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OF WHAT ART THOU DREAMING 1
BT S&LLIB K. 1IIDT.
Of what art thou dreaming, Jessie, my lore,
In thy quiet unbroken sleep, *
Wblle the winds are wailing throughout
And the willows bend down and weep ?
While the voung moon rests like a bended bow
On the azure brow rf the wast.
Discharging her silvery anows below
On the dew in the young flower's breast.
Of what art thou dreaming, Jessie, my love;
Is the pulse of thy bosom as free
From the cloud of alarm, from the breath of the
As the ware on that beautiful sea ?
Does a thought of thy loved one flit oyer thy
Does the glance of a deep loving eye
Bend soft o er thy pillow, then gently depart,
r ioatlng off on a musical sigh ?
Of what art thou dreaming, Jessie, my love !
In thy quiet unbroken repose.
While the wild zephyrs spring on a tremulous
To slss the red cheek of the rose ?
There Is one who looks over yon tranquil tea
And watfhes the waves silver gleam,
Who would love to claim a remembrance from
Though 'twere naught but a beautiful dream.
1 guess not thy dreaming, Jessie, my love,
And the speil that so sweetly is thine,
Way scatter its treasures upon thy dear path
Aud leave not a jewel for mine;
But peace to thy ^lumbers, wha'ever thty b-#
And peace when thy visions depart,
?May the morrow bring nothing less lovely !o
Than the dream that now rests on thy heart.
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K07XHE5IS OF OCEAK 8TEAMERS
taoM vaa vnitib statis
?!?*** For Omt
AfnCa *rw Vofk -.-Liverpool...July 19
f r _ ? * * L,*erPf ol... J uly 83
JJK. n Vork....Liverpool...July24
* ttUou Y ork....Havre July 28
tr , ?*om uiori,
P^ST" Yok...July 9
... New Y<>", 0,1 ?"
CtlANBIC OF HOURS.
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, THK h?k -x.
June, the Steamer GFORGk _
PAGE wLLl run at the following
11(,'f,a^o(AkC,trd^:,l ^ 4*' 8' l0' l2' 2^' 4*' ind
O'eto? Wefihlntt,>1! *' 9' H' !*? ?nd 7
ELLIS L PRICE. Captain.
I^HE STEAMER ?EURHE WASHIKU.
TON will depart at the follow- _ jtTT??
Leave Alexandria 7M, 9, 11,
L^ave Washington.?.^iu, 12, 2^, 4^,1^
job Corson, captain.
MRS. M. K. HARTET,
(Svccbssor TO J axis F. Haivkt, dbcbasid,)
!fo 410 Seventh street, beforen G andH,
|>EGS LEAVE TO INFORM THE PUBLIC
L> that she hss in her employ the
same person* that were formerly(
in tbeestablishment, who arefully
competent teconduct tbe Undertaking Business;
and that every attention will be given to caHs,
day or night, as heretofore m 19 6m
I,'t KM i xo TAt'Kf.F, a larg* supply ; Hooks
A Keels. Kod,, Sinkers, and Flsh<ng Basket
at Seventhsueet. Qt9) 6. FRANCIS.
Thoma?W Ro?i*?ox,fr ?/, ?* In tbe Circuit
9S | Court for Prince
* V George'a County
"lllUM D. Bown, i as a Court of
and other*. J Equity.
THE OBJECT OF THIS BILL IS TO PRO
eure a deer?* for the conveyance of certain
Real Estate, lying and being In wood count ?, In
the State of Virginia, which was purchased by
James R obi won, late of said county, from Bt-nja
niln Odea acd Sophia, his wife, late of Prince
George'a county, Maryland.
The BUI states that James Robinson, late of
Wood connty, In the Stite of Virginia, In his
life-time purchased of Benjamin Oden and Sopbia
his wife, 'ate of Prince George's county, c#rtaln
Real Estate, lying and being on the little Kana
wha K lver, in Wo d county, In the State of Vlr
ulala, containing two hunurfd and fifty acres, at
and for the sum of one thousand dollars That
the said James Robinson paid the whole amount
of said purchase money to the s*Jd Benjamin
Oden and Sopbia. his wife. But the said Benja
min Oden an l Sophia, his wife, both departed
this life without having executed to the said Rob
inson a deed of conveyance of said land, leaving
the following h*-irs and ;egal representatives:
W 1111am D Bowie, Sr., the former nusband, and
Oden Bowie, William D. Bowie. Jr . Catharine
Swaiin, and Christiana McKenite. the wife of
Colen McKenzie, the children of Eliza, a de
ceased daughter of the said Benjamin and Sophia,
Kleanor West, wife of Arthur P. West, and .Maria
Jackson, both daughters of the said Benjamin
and Scphla, Richard O. Mulllktn, Mary E. Cla
g'tt, wife of Charles Clageti, Sophia O. Calvert,
wife of Washington Calvert, .Margaret Alllce
^houlfze, wife of Francis S. Shoultze, and Eliza
beth Mullikln, the only children of a dfdea?ed
daughter, Sophia Mullikln, Thomas H. Clagett,
the former husband, *nd Henry O Clagett, Wil
liam Bowie Clagett, Thomas Clajctt and Julia
Clagett, the only children of Christiana, who is
also a deceased daughter of the said Benjamin
and Sophia. That the said James Robinson also
departed this life sometime in the venr eighteen
hundred and fifty, leaving the following heirs
and legal leprese'ntativea: Thomas \V. Robin
son, Alfred Robinson. Jimes M. Robinson. Sarah
Ann Morehead, wife of Samuel Morehead, Pris
cllla Robinson, Sonhla Stagg, wife of Edward D.
Stagg, Peter T Hanarinan, Sarah A. Triplett,
Franklin Triplett and James Robinson, who are
desirous to procure a valid title to said land.
That the said Eleanor West. Thomas H. Clagett,
Henry O Clagett, William Bowie Clagett. 'ITios.
Clagett, Julia Clagett, Francis S Shoultze and
Margaret Alice, his wife, reside out of the State
of Maryland, and that the said Elizabeth Mulll
kin, Thomas Clagett and Julia Clagett are in
fants, under tbe age of twenty-one years Prayer
for a decree appointing a Trustee to make a con
veyance of said land, and order of publication
against the non-residents, and for the appoint
ment of a commissioner to assign a guardian to
said infant defendants to answer said bill of com
It is thereupon adjudged ana ordered that the
corrp ainant bv causing a copy of this order to be
Inserted In some newspaper publishel at Wash
ington city, once a week for four successive
months, btfore the 1st day of November next,
give notice to the raid absent defendants of the
object and substance of this bill and warn th^m
to appear in this Court, in person or by solicitor,
on or before the first Monday of November ne>t,
to answer the premises ana show cause, if any
thev have, why a decree ought not to pass as
prayed. CHAS S. Ml DDL ETON,
Clerk of the C C f >r Prince George's County.
A true copy?Test:
je27-F4m CHAS. 8. MIDDLF.TON, Clerk.
]\TOTICE OF THfc WITHDRAW AJL OF
11 LANDS IN WISCONSIN ?In pursuanceof
an act approved 3d Inn", l?5fi, " granting public
lands to the State of Wisconsin to aid in the con
struction of railroads in said State," instructions
have been issued from this ofllce, withdrawing
from market, until further orders, all the lands in
said Stat* ; and continuing the reservation of the
same, as heretofore ordered by telegraph on the
?29th cf May la?t.
A portion of the lands will be restored to mar
ket when the expected sketch-mans of the routes
of the roads are received at this office; of which
restoration 30 dava' public notice will l>e given.
Given under my hand, at the General Land
Office, at the city of Washington, this lith of
June, A. D. 1956.
TH03. A. HENDRICKS,
je 13-law13w Commissioner.
MARBLE AND BROWN STONEWORKS,
Pa avenue, between ISfA and 19ck streets.
HE UNDERSIGNED KEEPS ON HAND
and makes to order on the most reasonable
terms?MONUMENTS. TOMBS, GRAVE
STONES, MANTELS, TABLE TOPS, MAR
BLE, and ENCAUSTIC TILES for Flooring.
Also, all kinds of plain and ornamental Marble
and Brown Stone Work for building purposes
executed with promptness, and at as low prices
as can be had elsewhere.
ap 10-eoly H PARRY.
WILL BE OPENED TO-MORROW. AT
the Lime Kilns of W. H. Goduy & Co..
situated on Rock Creek, between the upper and
lower bridges, a ki'.n of very superior WOOD
BURNT LIME. The subscribers have also on
hand a large supply of PLASTERERS' HAIK,
CEMENT, CALCINED PLASTER, and every
description of the very best quality of lime, which
will be disposed of on the most reasonable t^rnis.
ap 11?eotf W. H. GODEY & CO.
[No 566 J
OTICE FOR RESTORING CERTAIN
LANDS IN WISCONSIN ?Notice Is here
by given thit the land office at Mineral Point,
Stkvbns^ Point, and Mknasha, in the State
of Wisconsin, will be open to sale and location
of any of the lands In said districts which wpre
subject to entry and location at the d*te of their
recent withdrawal by notice No. 560, on and 3fter
Monday, the 4th day oi August next, except the
fo lowing townships, the rtsirvation of which
will be continwd, viz :
Office at M inipal Point : Townships 11 to 14
Inclusive, of ranges I to 8 east, Inclusive.
Office at Stivers'* Point : Townships 15 to
22, inclusive, of ranges 2 to 6 east, inclusive.
Township 15 and 16 of range 7 fast; and
Township 15 of range 8 east.
Office at AIknasha : All the townships in the
district situated between township 14 and the
Michigan State line, in ranges 13 to 20 east, in
Glv<?n under raykand, at the General Land Of
fice, at the city of VVa<bli;gton, this 21th dn' of
June, 1?5? THOS A HENDRICKS,
Sale of United States L^nd near Richmond,
in tbe State of Virginia.
ORDNANCE OFFICE, )
Washington, June23,1856. $
PROPOSALS IN WRITING WILL
. mIU1j BE
received at this office till noon of the 22d day
of July next, for the purchrse, for cash, of a cer
tain piece or pircel of land, with the buildings
therein, iyln}? on JamCi river? ia thp ciuaty ?>f
Lhestc-fle d, about tw^vr mile, above the city of
Richmond, and known as Bellona Arsenal This
Purchased by the United States from
yvlllnm Tiabue and wife, and Mary Reddv, bv
deed bearing date 21st of Sep.ember, 1815, and is
described In said deed a3? beginning on the bank
of said river at a sycamore tree and running
thence S 16 deg , W . rt chains 43 links to a stone
marked U. S , thence N 80 deg , W 9 chains, to
a s on# marked US; thence S. 22W de/.. W. 9
chains 27 links, to a stone marked U . S : thence
,*?*? > ^ ?*"' chains 45 links, to a stone
marked U S.; thenre S 75 dez.; E. 20 chains *5
links, to a stone marked U S; thence N 25*
deg , E 40 chains 10 links, to a sycamore t ee r>n
the ban* of -aid Tiver; ami thence along the
southern shore of said river, as tbe same mein
ders, chains 25 links, to the beginning, con
taining twenty-seven and a haif acres
the above property will be sold to the person
offering the hlahejt price for the same, if su h
offer shaU be satisfactory to the Secretary of War :
In which case, and tbe price oftWed being pa'd!
a deed will b? executed by hirn nnder the acts of
Oougress of 3d via.ch, 1819. and 28th April, ilfctf,
coaveyng to such perso , his I eirs, and assigns
forever, all th? right, title, and interest of 'the
Lnlted Mate* in said premises
The proposals must be seded,and endorsed
Proposals far Beilona Arsenal "
HENRY K CRAIG,
Colonel of Ordnance.
The Intelligencer and Star, and the Richmond
Enquirer, and Kxam'.ner, will p ]blish the abo?e
twice a week till 2M July, and one copy of the
paper containing it mu:t be sent to the Ordnance
Offi. ? with the bill. je 24-2awt2iJ uly
RE>1EDT FOR WARM WEATHER.
JUST RECEIVED AT THE UNION BOT
r>.. lUi D?Pot. * la'g? "upp'y of that unsur- -
pe.swl tonic for invalids, GINGER WINE
tll Zr X Fa,e and Burton s Al?a and Por- m
lar^e :V?I^r.*Up?rlor together with al
aU of wMrh"?1,1 ?'Byrup* almost every kind;
ral Waters w if^e #er our P^mlun' Mine
PiAU f ^"^^?^G^S'own t0mN* U ?ny
With the SrtveS of ?ur ?5?1r*etoWD' or
JONAS P. LCTT,
jmpoktbs. Ana mmalb*
IflHKS, LIQUORS, CI0AE8, AID VIV?
9enoralCommiMion & ForwardiagMerchtnt
INSURANCE AND HILL BROKER
Mo. 474 Pa. av , two doors below U. 8 Hotel
Wash:noton Citt.D. C. 1
The prison of weltevreden
and the East Indian Archipalago, by Cant
Glb?on, 1 Tolnme of 495 pages, ai^d many en-?ra
vings. one dollar.
Jy FRANCE TAYLOR.
A I*,EW AND SINGULARLY SUCCESS
z~ *"1 remedy for the cure of ali bilious dis
eases?Costiveness, Indigestion, Jaundice, Drop
sy, Rheumatism, Fever*. Gout, Nervousness
Humours, Irritability, Inflammations, Headache',
A the1B,reast, 91dri yack, and Limbs,
* emale Complaints, Ac., Ac. Indeed, very few
are the diseases which a purgative medicine Is
not more or less required, and much sickness and
suffering mieht be prevented If a harmless but
effectual Cathartic were more freely used No
person can feel well while a costive habit of bod v
prevni.s ; besides it soon generates serious and
often fital diseases, which might have been
avoided by the tlmefy and judlcons use of a eood
purgative This is alike true of Colds, Feverish
symptoms, and Bilious derangements Thevall
^COJ?e or Prwluce 'fa** deep seated and
formidable distempers which load the hearses all
over the land. Hence a reliable family physic i*
to the p?blk hMPlf^?d
th s I JU hasWn perfected with consummate
skill to meet that demand. An extensive trial of
X?Ti t Physicians, Professors, and Pa
tlents, has shown results surpassing any thing
hitherto known of any medicine. Cures h?ve
been effected beyond belief, were they not sub
stantiated by persons c.f such exalted positions
truth aI>Cter 38 t0 forbld the 8U8Piclon of un
Among the eminent eentlemen who have tcstl.
fled in favor of these Pllis, we may mention:
BoSn' Analvt?cal Chemist of
Boston, and State Assavcr of Massachusetts
whose high Professional character is endorsed by
?2'ARB EVERETT, Senator of the
th?"UK*T C. WINTHROP, KiSpeaker of
the House of Representatives
EnglandrT LAWRENCE> Minister Plen , to
o/n^S- B. FIrTZ^ARICK' Cathf,l'c Hishop
^,8? Dr J K CHILTON, Practical
Chemist or New York City, endorsed by
UTvi' n'l' A.RCY, Secretary of State
s fi-f iv^n'lbe rlche3t man America,
u . , *Co> Proprietors of the Atetro
polltan Hotel, and others.
tbe result of long investigation
and study, are offered to the public as the best
complete which the present state of
^LSC!iPnrec^.n afford They are rompounded
not of the drugs themselves, but of the medicinal
virtues on.y of Vegetable remedies extracted by
hin'VT fal J""0??88 i? a state of purity, and com
blrnd together in such a manner as to insure the
' v ^h,s systp,n of composition for
PiifJ f* bee" f0,ind ,n Cherfv Pectoral and
produce a more efficient remedy
than had hitherto been obtained by any process
n^VT0n, 18 perfectly obvious While by the
AvUSfSSJ? c?mP?s>tion, every medicine is bur
dened with more or less acrimonious andinjuri
th,s rarh individual virtue only
An r!MPSw I"r._the c"ra?l*e effect is present
All the inert and obnoxious qualities of ea' * sub
stanre employed are left behind, the curative
rfii J ,1 ?nLV h**1"? retained. Hence It is self evi
dent the effects should prove as they ha err ved
more purely remedial, and the Pills e mor- Pow
keoUTo^e'wofld^^ thad any ?ther m^ln*
rhey operate by thnlr powerful Influence on the
\t inVSl!mTra purlfy the blood and simulate
ti.il? healthy action?remove the obstructions of
thf liver, and other organs of
y' rest?.r,nK theirirregular action to health,
and by correcting, wherever th?y exi*t, such de
rangements as are the first origin of disease.
Prepared by Dr JAMES C AYER. Practical
and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass.
Price 25 cents per box ; five boxes for ?I
Sold by Z.D GILMAN, Washington, and bv
all respectable Druggist*. ' " ??p "1m
T O P H A >1 fc lOKf LKI'I
new and cheap
I ADDLE, HARNESS AND TRUNK STORE,
4W Seventh si , opposite Odd Fellows' Hall.
fv, \ #-i ^fPectfully announce to^??"5"?
meicid teh?s^d,,the Rubl,c>that theV f-'e com
wherethcu S^ddlins business at the above stand,
v,t W"1 nuake and keep constantly cn
ildW ann S!1Perl?or assortment of?Mens',
MARtVnp?i r?y8 at ,Uf'KS, BRIDLES
-vl AK TIN GALES, and WHIPS IIARNF^Soi
AnrLd!iSCrlPl^a'^oth fo' city and count? us?
PET BATS ^ ? and CAR
indHMll^H ' rs4 C!,VLRtf) COLLARS;
FS PABIN Dnst brush
*c Ac CURRi -COMBS, SPONGES,
ohbi'nll?'^18/ ^!11 tjae i^81 tbat can be
obtained, and both of ua having been practical
mT/work"^nnot b? yea"' ttel conflJp'^ that
e s^Passed, either for style or
f.rnnn !!^ i, y unremitting efforts to give satis
faction v*c hope to merit, and respectfully soii^'t
a share of public patronae*. ' 0Uo"?
1 asticular attention rsid to coveriar Trjmk*
and'/Pairing a!l kinds of work. *
Saddlers tools constantly on hand, atv 7_tf
ALWAYS SUitlKTHIRQ PIEVfT
head this, old and young/
ff?'* r^P?^'s Restorative
WJ^.L RESTORE 6RAY HAIR TO ORI
' permanently; made to grow up ?
destroy ?' a11 dandruB or itrhin?;
destroy all diseases of the scalp; and if used once
froirTb^omTeek re?niiirly> w:1i prevent the Lair
R^d W or/alilnK, to an Imaginable
S^fL-vn.f? ? _ following testimonials, and we
.v" ' (Sd>'s tlie Waverly Magazine )
?nrn/h ?,enluf wh08e tonic we say,
Turns back to Its color the Hair that was gray.
SOMETHING WORTH KNOWING'?bv
uaing Professor Wood's Hair Restorative Cra5
colorCailTh^ Sr,hiUl?,1^ltly restored to Its or^inaJ
r. The subjoined certificate was received
from Johnson A Stone, Gardner Me and Is hut
?r?f ite "?>???? >h"" Vrldill,e^SI
to our knowledge of its wonderful effects 11 is
no longer nroblematica!, but a self-evld-nt truth
?o? ^iitald ?Ur community can testify.? eos'.
tained u? >!r* i HeTenty My hair has now at
.0 the wo,ldgw"iSS?tri,^i
was one of the worst kind " ' Y e
Yours respectfully, DAN'L N MURPHY
SXtoSi'lS V ,1 '^Cpremwu "J
^ray, out oy the use of the " Restor^'ive" I'
1 ? o"Klnal color, and, f bave no doubt
permanently no SIDNEY BREESE, '
Ex-Senator United State*.
ia^fwiu bpfmir)d ?la our columns to
Ihe above f? ^1ood'!* advertisement of
\VL;uu L h! ? ' 10 7hich we cail ettention
Jral ofouracqui\nt^ce8dinesTiLouisd "6V"
trav met our vi#?w v,in/?w i^ouis. Hair once
lone this upon others, will iTnn^ fv-.If 11 a,afi
?ny of our readers whos-^ saine for
once like the "riven i^ty ,ProWs" were
chief, if they will try it We^f,'?tillei'8 warlliie
.,iu co.ul.icx;},^ ih4n3k ??
ar^E greatest discovery O f THE
age.?It seldom occurs th?t j
any circumstances, patent m?5^.n2UC?' under
tlves, or anything of the klnH fr. u' re8t?ra
ludlc'e against mlst of them ' B ,tWrs^Ve 3 pre"
pels us to invite attention ??. } can<ior com
Wofessor Wood's Hair RestoraUvf^wT"16"t?'
juvenile to require anything of thl klmi l ??
instances of Its use hav*V.?, . n .' butsome
which almost assureif u thaf t Sf
remedy against the hair becominl lsovereign
gray. It Is not a " Hair Sft P'ematurely
plication, as directed, the eff^t u nr^f0" U* ap"
theskin, which brings out thl ,Ced UP?"
hair, without stiffnes? and aiv^. colored
^SSSE *dS2 if'rSi *?"'?
Parker, undor National Aotel y iil 8"
!? rztjax* ??T-ci-itaAXSSffi
AJra?V 1'Mladpfp'h]t, p"N?' 0l-n"?l[Who!r,?it
JVIK. W. UKNKT PAL!?IER<|
PIANO FORTE CLASSFM
. eivt Dollars Ptr quarter ' 1
Apply at GEORGE HILBUS'S Musie l)en?t
Penisyivania avenue Depot,
? mar 14-tf |
a0KK0P4TH?C PJH Ys'lc'rV/WeM,
Carter's Spanish Mfxtura
THE a KKAT PU RIFIKR O FTHE BLOOD
BEST ALTERATIVE KNOWN!!
HOT A PARTICLE OF MBBCUET in IT Ml
Aa infallible remedy for Scrofula, King's EtQ,
Rheumatism, Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions,
Pimples or Poetules on the Face. Blotches,
Boils, Ague and Fever, Chronic Sore Eyes,
Ringworm o* Tetter, Scald Heald, Enlarge
ment and pain of the Bones and Joints, Salt
Rhenm. Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic Disorders,
and all diseases arising from an Injudicious use
of Mercury, Imprudence In Life, or Imparity of
THIS great remedy, which has become so rap*
idlv and so Justly celebrated for Its extraordi
nary efficacy In relieving and curing many of the
most obstinate and terrible fbrms of disease with
which mankind is afflicted, is now offered to the
pnbllc, with the confident assurance that no M an
te a l discoveet ever made has been so eminently
successful lncuringScaorcLA. and all diseases
or THB Blood,as CARTER S SPANISH MIX.
The proprietors are receiving by every mall
most flattering and astonishing details of cures
made in all parts of the country, and in most cases
where the skill of the best Physicians had beea
rled in vain.
Its power over the Blood is truly remarkable
and ail diseases arising from impurity of the great
Sbat o? Lifb have been relieved and cured with*
out a single ftillure, outof tbctfcousands who have
used It. Carter's Spanish Mixture contains no
Mercury, Opium, Arsenic, or any dangerous
drugs, but is composed of Roots and Herbs, com
bined with other Ingredients of known virtue, and
may be given to the youngest infant or most de
bilitated Invalid, without the least possible hesi
We have only room for short extracts from the
volumes of testimony in our possession, and all
from gentlemen of the highest respectability, wel]
known in their various localities. Please read fo
We take great pleasure in calling the attentlei
of our readers to the merits of Carter's Spanish
Mixture as a remedy for diseases of the blood. It
enjoys a reputation in this city unequalled by anv
other preparation.?D*iif Dtrputch, Richmond
The Hon John M. Botts,of Va.,says heconsld
ers It a matter of duty to add his testimony to the
virtnss of Carter's Spanish Mixture, vbom actval
personal o1"bbvatio*i of Its remarkable curt
tlve powers for the diseases In which It Is used.
We have been cured cf a violent and protracted
Liver disease by Carter's Spanish Mixture. We
know it to be all it professes.?Edi ft Stutkttdi
Democrat, Pittrsburg, Ym
We have found (ton personal trial, thut Oai
ter's Spahlsh Mixture Is a truly valuable medi
cine.? Ed. Vtrgtnnts Jmdtptudtnt, Vt.
GREAT CUkE OF SC RO FULA.?A press
man In our employ was cured of Scrofula of a vlr
nlent character by a few bottles of Carter's Spat
lsh Mixture, after everything el6e had failed btr?
er cures wulch have come under our own observa
tlod, proves to us conclusively, that Is really a val
uable medicinal agent. We take great pleasure
in calling the attention of the afflicted to its mer
its ? Richmond titvubhean.
SYPHILIS ?I have seen a number of cures of
Syphilis performed by Carter's Spanish Mixture
I believe it to be e perfect antidote for that horri
ble disease. IS. BURTON,
Com. of Rcrenae for city of Richmond
LIYER VISE ASF.?Samuel M. Drinker, o:
>he Irm of Drinker A Morris, Booksellers, Rich
anad, Vs., was aarcd of Liver disease of several
years standlag by only three bottles of Carter's
OLD SORES. ULCERS AND OBSTINATE
ERUPTIONS ON THE SKIN ?S*e the euro
of Mr. Haiwood, and others, detailed In our A1
rr.anao The comber of such cases cured by Car
ter's Spanish Mixture, precludes the possibility
of inserting them in an advertisement.
EFFECTS OF MERCWRY.Sg* the oars of
Mr. Elmore He was eaten up with Mercury sod
could obtain no relief, until he took Blx bottles of
Carter's Spanish Mixture, which perfectly restored
him to health and vigor
NEUUALfxlA.?Mr. F. Boyden, formerly f
the Astor House, N. Y.,but more recently propri
etor of the Exchange Hotel, Richmond, was cured
of Neuralgia by Carter's Spanish Mixture. Since
that time, he says he has seen it cure more than a
hundred cases of the disease In which it Is used
He never fills to recommend It to the afflicted.
RHEUMATISM.?Mr. John F. Harrisoa,
DraKglflt> of Martlnsburg, Va., writes of the sin
gular cure of a violent case of Rheumatism. The
patient could aot walk. A few bottles entirely
SCROFULA.?Mr. Harrison also writes of a
great cure of Scrofula, in the person of a young
Indy, (of three years standing,) which ail the doc
tors could not reach. Six bottles made a cure of
SYPHILIS?Dr. K. T Hendle, of Washing
ton. D. C , who cured an obstinate case of Syphi
lis by Carter's Spanish Mixture, says "it acts spe
cially on the Blood, Liver and Skin and is prompt
and efflclent in its results."
Dr John Mlnge, formerly of the City Hotel,
Richmond, now of Alabama, says he has see*
Carter s Spanish Mixture administered in a num
ber of cases with astonishingly good effect. He
recommends it as "the most elfccient alterative It
SALT RHEUM AND SCROFULA.?Mr.
Jos. Rablnson, of Wooster, Ohio, was cured of
Scrofula and Salt Rheum of thre*? years standing
by only three bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture
WM. S. BEERS A CO., Proprietors,
__ _ No. 304 Broadway, New York.
117" Price SI per bottle, or six brttles for 95
For sale by CHAS. STOTT, Washiagton, D
0.,BBd Druggists generally. ect 1?ly
OF THE AGE.
Dr. KKNMKDY, of Ksxhory,
Km discovered in one of onr comkoji pastvb*
weeds a remedy th3t cures
E/ERY KIND OF HOMO?
fBOM TBB WORST SCROFULA DO"
HE HAS TRIED IT IN OVER ELEVEN
hundred cases, and never failed except in fro
cases, (both thunder humor ) He has now in lis
possession over two hundred certificates of Its *lr
tue^ all within twenty miles of Boston.
Two bottles are warranted to cure a nursln* sc re
One to three bottles will enre the worst klad cf
pimples on the face.
Two to three bottles will clear the system of
Two bottles &re warranted to enre the wen
canker In the mouth and stomach.
Three to five bottles are warranted ta sure the
One to two bottles are warranted ts a art all
humor In the eves.
Two bottles are warranted to cure manlng of
the ears and blotches among the hair.
Four to six lwttles arc warranted to s*ie sorrupt
*ad running ulcers
One bottle will cure scaly eruption of the skin.
Two to three bottles are warranted to cure th?
?srjrst case of ringworm.
Two to three bottles are warranted ts aare the
ne st desperate caKe of rheumatism
Three to four bottle/ are warranted to eare the
Five to eight bottles will snre the we.it cases*!
A benefit is always experienced from the first
kettle, and a perfect caie is warranted when lha
sooTe quantity is takta.
, fj' 1.p?:i4i0d, 0Ter a IJiOTisand bottles of
r ?n vicinity oi Boston. I know the effect
or it in every case Bo anre as water will extin
guish fire, ae sure will this enre humor. I nevei
?Old a bottle cf it but that sold another; after a
trial it always speaks for Itself. There are tws
W.* bs/" ,blt aPP-Jra to ;ne surpris
ing j ^rat that It grow in our pastures, in some
a. w,i qijta p?fntuuJ. and yet its value i>u never
boon kaatrnurtil I discovered it in lbia?second
th*? <t f i~8 all kinds of numor.
In aria, toglvo sow- idea of tLo sndden rlas
fiMiuily of t'ae filwoitry. I \f111 ststr
jha: U Ap.-ii, lfcsn/l peddled it, H aSSUilfi
botUwS p'l day?in April, 1654, i sold over 1 OOt
bottles per day of ii. ' cr
Some of the wholesale D ruggi ?ts who have ber?
. business twenty and thirty years, say tnatTo
an?*^8 c' rateat medicines was evei
Quarters cre lS a uai/erfiAl praise of it from al!
In my ewa p-ac!lce I always kent It strletlv fai
lu !atro?uctlon as a genera
m.Jlcine, great and wonderful virtue:'
have ooen fouad In it that I never suspected
?,i ?Pi,lePtlc disease which
Incurable.have been cured
* menylf " will prove
Enfbnt ipw that awful malady?there
ar? but few who have seen more of it than I have
Iknow of several cases of Dropsy, all of theia
ippd nfnnlccnruH n t- IUCI?
r cici onu ngue, ram in the Side, Diseases of the
Spine, and particularly in diseases of the Kid
neys, Ac., tbe discovery has done more good thar
any medicine ever known
No change of diet ever neoeasary?eat the beat
you can get and enough of it.
Dir?et*&tu f?r Vi*.?Adults one table spoonful
per day?Children over ten years dessert spoon
ful?Children from five to eight years, tea spoon
ful . As no directions can be applicable to all cob
atltutions, take sufflclent to operate on the bowels
twice a day.
3 r - ?iC"In ,T
? ? ?V 4T ? MM 1 I
Warm strut, Roxburf, Man.
Paica, Osb Dollab.
Wholesale Agents?New York City, C. V
CLICKNER, 81 Barclay street: C. H. RIN?,
IK Broadway; A B. A D. SANDS, 100 Fultos
street. Philadelphia, T. W. DYOTT A 8ON8
Baltimore, BROWN A BROTHER, CAN BY A
HATCH Alexandria. PEEL A STEVENS.
At Retail by all re*p^.iabl? Druggists in the
Virtted States and British Provisoes, and also toy
ths DraifUti of this City. aatM-lj
fElYATI MEDICAL TREAT 111
? I Til
PHILOSOPHICAL VIEW 07 MAMIA01,
? ? B. LA CROIli D *|
ALBANY, N. Y ,
Plata.md C*l?fd LUk
0fr*pkt mm4 Plmut.
Pklfl OHLT IWlHtT-PlTl OHTI.
Sent Fre? of Poetage to all parts of the Vnlon
(CHEAPEST BOOK EVER PVBLISHKD?
J and containing nearly
doable the quantity of read
ins matter In that of the
FIFTY CENT OR DOL
It treat* on the PH YSIOL
08Y OF MARRIAGE,
and the Secret Infirmities
and Disorder of Youth and
Maturity, resulting from ex
cesses. which destroy the
physical and mental pow
ers'. with Observations on ??
Marriage, Its duties and disqualifications, and
their remedies: with Llthcgrapns,Illustrating the
Anatomy nnd Physiology , and Disease* of the Re
productive Organs of both sext* their structure,
user, and functions. A popular and comprehen
sive Treatise on the Duties and Cansaltles of sin
gle and married 11 ?happy and fruitful alliances
mode of securing them?infelicitous and Infertile
ones?their obvlatloa and removal ?important
hints to those contemplating matrimony, that will
overcome objections to It; none, however, should
take this Important step without first consulting Its
pages?commentaries on the dlseasesand medical
treatment of females from Infancy to old age, rarb
case graphically Illustrated by beautiful Mthogra
Ehlc plates?nervous debility, Its causes and sure,
y a process at once so simple, safe, and efltrtual
that failure Is impossible?rules for dally manage
ment?an essay on Spermatorrhea, with practical
obsefvatlons on the safer and moresucMMful mode
of treatment?precautionary hints on the evils re
sulting from empirical practice?an essay on all
diseases arising from Indiscretion, with plain and
simple rules by which all persons can cure them
selves without mercury?remedies for thone self
lntfli ted miseries and disappointed hopes so un
fortunately prevalent In the young. It Is a truth
ful adviser to the married and thosecontemplatlng
marriage: Its perusal Is particularly recommend
ed to persons entertalnlnc secret doubts of their
physical condition, and who are conscious of hav
ing haxarded the health, happiness, and privilege
?a utkloV /?!????? V,<? ? * * ?? * ? *'*' - "
' per copy, or
- x?- ? ? ?? ?? 1 ?? ? free of poet
age, to all parts of the United States
N. B ?Those who prefer may consult Dr. LA
CROIX upon any of the diseases upon which this
book treats, either personally or by mall. Medi
cine sent to any part af the Union according todl
rectlons, safely packed and carefully secured from
Address Dr. M B LA CROIX, No 31 Maldei
Lane, or Post OEcrHox 578 Albany. N. Y.
LJ~ OASce open daily.from 9 a m to 9 p m aad
on 9unda> from 3 until 5 p m.
frr oace REMOVED from No sc Beaver ?t.
to 31 Mtidtm L?i, Albmmf, Ntw 7?rk.
DOCTOR H00FLAK D^T
Dr C. M JACKSON Philadelphia, Pa ,
WILL XFFKCTCALLT CCRX
LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA,
JAUNDICE. CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DE
bllltv. Diseases of the Kidneys, and all Dis
eases arising from a Dliordered Liver or Stomach
The pr prletcr, in calling the attention of the
public to this preparation, does so with a feeling
of the utmost confidence in its virtues and adapts
tlon to the diseases for which It is recommended
It Is no new and untried article, but one that
has stood the test o* a ten years' trial before the
American people, and its reputation and sale Is
unrivalled by any similar preparations extant
The testimony in its favor given by the most prom
inent and well known physl, lan? and Individuals
in all parts of the country Is immense, and a care
ful perusal of the A manac, published annually
bv the proprietor, and to be had gratis of any or
bis agent*, cannot but satisfy the most skeptical
"" *"*' ?*
READ THE FOLLOWING:
r? ~ W??oa*town, Va , AuguH4,1855
.v?.C M Jackson?Dear Mr:?The sales of
the Bitters are increasing, ana what speak* vol
ume* in Uelr favor is th tall who have used them
speak high'y of their effects No medicine tl at
I sell gives Vjch g<>n< ral satisfaction, and the de
mand for it eicetds all precedent; and I a*snre
vou it affords me p'easure to sell such a remedy.
Our physicians no longer scowl at it, but are com
pelled to acknowledge Its Intrinsic value, and :te
great# r part of them have had magnanimity suf
ficient o lay aside their prejudicing aiid prescrlfce
It In their practice. Ropectfully yours,
F M. CHALFANT.
For sal* bv storekeeper* and druggists In every
town and vl-lagc In the United States. Prl< e 75
cents per bottle
Kmwi.-PiIL3?AN' Wi?sblngt?n,and JOHN S.
1V1UW fcLL. Georgetown, Agens. je 7-fim
Improved Sewing Machines.
To which was granted the Highest Award of
the Paris Exhibition, thereby receiving
the World's Verdict of Superiority.
'pHE IMPROVEMENTS IN THIS MA
. chine has simplified tbem in many respect*,
aad they irecapableof executing twice th* amount
of work they did formerly In any given time
1 hey are without question the only Machine ca
pable of sewing every variety of poods perfect; a
sb bosom or heavy trace for harness can be
rt-n by any of these machines by a slmplechange
of needle and thread In such a manner that the
closest scrutiny cannot detect a fault.
Manufacturers, planters and families will find
them the only safe Machines to purchase, as they
Slffi "d tanh"' "d """ UW? '?
MTe raaf b,np* with guages attached, for
LngJH.at*' C*P-fronts, gaiters, Ac.
"u Fp*d. Cotton, Noedles, Ac., constantly
on hand, at the lowest rates y
I ? f^*801}5 desirous of Information regarding Sew
ing Machines will p'ease address
I I M. SINGER A CO.,
105 Baltimore street, Baltimore.
B,~ are prepared to exchange these ma
p?Ji p machines of any kind Terms lib
eral Persons who have been Induced to purchase
Inferior machines under the pretext of be'na
cheap, will find this a benefit indeed. g
ImVb'lihr BOOTl SHOB. * '""-S"
MKNT? I have
this day received
a large assert -
ment of I adles'
and Gentlemen's f ft,?<
Iron and Wood, *** dWTe-i
also. Bonnet Box
es, Hat Chses.
Carpet Bags, of
'-adles' new style Gaiters, all colors;
?.7 a.C?' bro:'ze' an* colored ^alters, with and
r?,'t P8'hisses', Cblidren's. and In
fant s ^ hoes, all styles Gents, Boys, and Youths
from%l to *5? Frenct ^aif Boots and Shoes
*ill^Land *x*mlne my stock before purchasing
Z lSVr'- 5- P" "OOVfcR, Iron Hall, g
Je li lr Pa. av., bet'n 9<h and loth sto.
buy and sell '
F0BEIOH and DOMESTIC EXCHAHOK;
n MB FURNISH DKAFTS
On all P*rt? of United States and larope
.11 COLLECT DRAFTS
On all parts of United States and Inrope;
nrw .... ORAW BILLS
ON IRELAND FOR JE I OR UPWARDS,
HfiNiw __ boy AND SELL
ONDS, STOCKS, A OTHER SECURITIES,
investment paying io%? aad #T#r, f#r
SaleCI*ANn J>urchasln?' *** have foi
Land Warlin) A1RRANT8?falldenomlnations
located in Iowa, Wisconsin oi
? CHUBB BROTHERS,
jaa A?-tx Bankers, opposite the Treasury.
IUST REC'El VKD?
Fresh Peaches and Apricots
Prune Cordial ?
Levy's celebrated Bitters
Yermacelll and Maccaroni
Fresh Teas, for sale by
... . JONAS P. LEVY.
i%ltfeaUe' Wln*' L1<luor Md ?tore.
DAISINS A?l> CURRANTS.
h AsiV^e*K.fUpply 1 RAISINS aad CUR
RANTS, being receivtd In store to day
jv 11 pn, v ^ M.P LING,
J7 1 Cor. Vermont avc and I at
Information for Travtltrt,
FOR THE WHITE HOVSE PAflLlOy
The steamers tho*. coli.tkr <??
GEORGE WASHINGTON -ir^. "
can be chartered for public or ~ Jft f
lwt parties to the White Hon* Pavilion"
Washington, Monnt Vernon or ary pl*c* na
For further particulars apply to the Capita. ??
the Boat* or to the President of the C?bmby m
WASHINGTON lliflf RAII.Kb^
(1HAHOE or M?tn??Oiu4 aft* Maa
J day. the ttd instant, the Trains will
Leave Washiagtcn a. bimj
'V. Sunday at 4? p. aa.
Leave Baltimore at 4 g aad *K I ? uo^
Oa Suaday it(K I ?
an *3? tr V. I. PARSON1. Af???
3BAH0K 4 ALEXANDRIA EAlLEon
Or oat Southern Mail Liot!
?r TWICI D A I L % II
(sr.YDdr niuhts eiceptev)
Between WushinctoD City aid thr &?uih:
?ORDONSV1LLE, ANU RICHMOND
L?tT? WashiBRtsn at '< a m and 1 p a
Fare from Washington to Richmond rj ?
OMNIBUSES and BAGGAGK VVA60N?
will be at the Washington Kallroed Depot to ess.
vey PASSENGERS and BAGGAGE.
Ckmrrt, to STEAM ER GKORGE jp?
PAGE,for ALEXANDRIA,a dl? JjG&U
mceofsli ml lea. allowing ample time tor
Ticket* procutvd on the boat.
Eipcd'.tion and Comfort are secured by
Route,asitlaacoNTiNcows Liaaov riasTruu
aaiLKoas laoH ALEXANDRIA TO RICH
THROU6H PASSENGERS and BA??age
carried without coat to the Depot of tfce Pp*.er?fc
Information of Route and Lest Ra^rar* <*,.
talned of JAMES A EVAN?
feb II Agent, Ale?andr;a Vi
FOR HARriR'l FERI.)
Via Chtmjirnkt (
THROUGH IN TWELVE HOURS!
THK NEW AND SPLENDID PACRLT.
BOAT ARGO. Capt Chas H Miat:u
will commence making R'tnlar Tript trtwve:
GEORGETOWN and the above Point, on Mot"
day. March 27th. 1*5?
The Boat will leave the wharf of W H AH?
Rliter. Georgetown. D C ,e?ery Monday. W?t
nes?Uy. and Friday morning. at? o'clock
Return Ins, ahe will leave Harper s 1 ertv eaerr
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, u
Thraagh Tickets. 82.2i.
To Lttsb%*n ? ! *2X,ia"I?rfn< ikt Staff fre*
Edwards' Fr try
Families intending to visit the Virginia Snrir^i
the coming season will find this by far tfce bisk
*af?*. pleasant, and cheapest route to Britain
Capon. Shanondale, WhiteSulphurand tVarre:
Meals served on board at moderat* ratas
A coach will always be in teadinew in Om^t.
town to convcy pa???enger? to and from the Best
Far further particular* inquire at tLes?*r? cl
W. H A H 6 RITTER. Georgf>t? vn. a. 4 e
W. CUTSHAW, Harper s Ferry, Va
THE HEW YOKE AND LIYEEPOOT
'HE SHIPS COMPRISING THIS LIN.
ATLANTIC Capt F.MrM-*
BALTIC Capt Co
ADRIATIC Capt Ja?
These ships having been bnllt by contract:
pressly for Government service, every cart fc.
been taken in their construction, as a?M> lc '!?
engines, to insure strength and speed , and *.fc? ?
accommodations for passengers arc unequal?* it
elegance and comfort
Price of passage from New York ?o Llrer*
In first cabin. #130: in serond do #75 Iron
Liverpool to New \ ork, 'JO and 20 guinea* A
experienced surgeon attached to each fb;p Ni
berth* can be secured until paid for TVe fbJf
it this line have improved water-tight I
head*, and to avoid danger from lee wlliaotw .
the Banks north of 42 decrees, until after the 1?
pbofo?kd patbs or. SAiLixe.
From A<w York. >r?m Lirtrf?l.
Saturday Apr 26 Wednesday... May It
Saturday May 1ft Wednesday....May t
Saturday May 24 Wednesday...-Jw
Saturday June 7 Wednesday....Jniwfi
Saturday June 21 Wednesday ....Jut ?
Saturday July 5 Wednesday ....Jairf
Saturday July IV Wednesday....Au| <
Saturday Aug. 2 Wednt>day....Ant *
Saturday Aug 16 Wednetday....ffp' 3
Saturday Aug 3? Wednesday....SetR !*
Saturday i'ept 11 Wednesday ....Oet
Saturday.......Sept 27 Wednesday ....Oet !?
Saturday ...Oct 11 Wednesday ....Oel ?
Saturday Oct 25 ednesda ....N" 1J
Saturday Nov. 8 \\rdn?sday....Nor *
Saturday.......Nov. 22 W?dnesday....r?e'
Saturday Dec 6 Wednesday a
Saturday Dec 90
For freight <?? passage apply to
EDWARD K. COLLINS k CO^
5? Wall street New ^ oil
BROWN. SHIPLEY A CO . Liverpool
STEPHEN KENNARD A CO., t Aaiti
B 6 WA1NWR1GHT A CO., Pari*
The owTiers of these ships will not be ac?t''
able for gold, silver, bullion, specie.Jewelry f?
clous stones, or metals, unless bills of lading i"
signed therefor, and the value thereof expt*""4
BY BAILEOAD DIBECI TO THE W1IT
Timc betrffetn Washington and WhttilMl
but 17i hour* !
Bunniag Time between Waih.agtos aw
Cincinnati 27 houra 11
TI2K0CGH TICKETS ASD BASSAGl CH*C"M TO 11
HAS IN WASHINGTON.
THE BALTIMORr^ND OHIO RAIL
ROAD having greatly Improved Its ^
connections, now oflers the fn e?t Indu.
Travelers between W ASHIViTON . HALi
MORE, and a!! j ortions of tl??* V EST SORT
WEST, and tlieS<?L THU EST
The onn? tion between t e Train* fron. ?
ington and the Trains bouiol VVt-st fr- "? '
more Is a!w<tys | roni t y made at U e V>'a? -H?' ?
Jun- tlon (late j eg ed the Relay Hi *^'
from Baltimore. This is the on v < l ang* r>
required l>etween Washington and tt e <" i? T~_ "
Daggage is i te< ked tUroiiyu to Wi ee-'^L ??
Wasitlngton Station and re< he. ked a?'d 'rin^
f?*rred there, (wltto the i as?eng? rs) wit' > ' 'J
for those ho:ding Through Ti Vets f1' l*
vond Tl?e ? onne ting trains leave V a
daiyat6a.ni and4>fcp.m. On ^unda^^at^,
later hour on'y
At REN WOOD, 4 miles from Whee lag.^'
totinethon is made wltu t e train" of Cl N ?**"
OHIO RAILROAD, running from Belau ?
the Ohio, through Cambridge. Zan^^vl *?
Newarl.tr COLt'MBU.- These trains ^ ;
at Newark with the . ars of t!>eNewalk:
and -andusky Rai road for f'andHsky. Tc**
Detroit. Chi ago, wt Louis, etc. . ...
At COLLMBUH the C O liailro.d train*
ne. t with the fast trains of the LiU-l* Muiw **?
road to Xenla, Cincinnati. Loulsv I e, <&? ,
XENIA on Lltt e Miami Ral road onne?r;.
formed with the trains tl.rough Dayton tc "n?
a oils, Terre Haute. Lafayette, Ci?i W?
la and, ^t Louis. Carlo, etc ..
VJ~ Passengers ho ding Through Tickf *
Mr n.j'Lis, I l. k*!.urg. Sat: hr:. Acw* tW"*1'
wlii' h are also fold at Washington-are trs^ \
ferredat Cin innatl, to tlte Mai Pteamers * . ,
Ohio. Tickets for Evansvl >, CVio, ?*
Louis are so'd by the river route. ..
ID" For CLKVl LAND, ard via Cevean?
To etJo, Detroit, Chi< ago. etc , ticket* ate **
whrn tiie Oiiio Is navigab t between W*1','
and Wellsvl.ie (forty n.i es where a ? <"*W
with the C eve and and Pittaburg Kai '*?'
made. ? .j
Travpirrs are r quested to notice tl at w ?e ri |
Is the only route afiording Throrgh Tl ke*'
Cuecks in Washington, it is a so t e s
most s|<eedy, and dire t to ntarv*11'f f '
points In the great West The dW??rt 1
Waaiiington to Ciai innatl la but 663 mi ?*
land, S12 SO, Tordo, %'i fcW; l>etroit. ;
Chicago, t20 65 and 119 50, St Loi i" J *
Mem, Ids, ?26; N-w Oresns, #3I.et
U>FOR FREDERICK AND if'
FERRY, MARTIN SHU KG CUMtfcR' .
BERKLEY SPRINGS. HEDFoPI>SI \
PIEDMONT, OAKLAND, ard FAIR**1'
passengers may 'cave Want.ington at ? a
U p in For the minor way sutlers ,
Baltimore and Wheeling, take 6 a. m train ?
inr !? or trains to and from Ba timore, A"*
o!l?, et , see ai e la advertisem< n's
ICT" For further Information. Ti.rouctl ?] t
et .,apr>y to THOMAS H PARM?Nf, *
at Washington Station
WM S WOODSIDK.
Master cf Pra;>s. o:'?
march 1^-tf B 4 O. Railroad, Ba.;