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?VENING STAR.
THE BICHE1T FIIWCK
VSOM JUSTIIfVS *?*?**?
Praising ee-h his owi dominion#,
As th? (hires t of them ?Ui
Hot at Worms fwcr German princes,
One* within the Kmpsror? hall.
44 Glorious," spoke the Saxon Mona.Cb?
ii Glorious ia thai land of mine.
Whore the mountains hold the ?l!*tr
Doop in many a gorgeous mine "
9)
" See mr land with plenty teeming,
Spoke the elector of the Rhine,
44 Golden seeds in all the vallevs,
On the hills the glorious Tine !"
?l Mighty cities, wealthy cloister*,''
Thus outspoke Bavaria's king,
?? Make my land tie richest kingdom,
By the treasures that they bring
Then spoke Everad, the Bearded,
Wurtemburg's beloved lord.
44 Small the cities of m^kingdom,
None my mountains sliver-stored.
44 Yet It holds a treasure hidden,
Brightest, purest, greatest, best,
1 my bead can saf<ly pillow
On my poorest subjects breast!'
And the Saxon monarch answertd,
And his royal brothers there :
44 Everard, thy land Is richest?
Thou the noblest crown doth wear "
A KRlfALS~ATTHE~PRllfcTPAL HOTELS
NsiiMnl Hsi?l.-?inr t briogb
PDobbin, NY Miss Hoyt, do
T Msddlef. Va H Garnet, Va
M W hlaey, Mo J D Roddy- Pa
J G Brown, Dr Stickney A lv Mass
J 1. Witter, Va D Owens* ly, NY
R Glover, Fng B Field, do
8 Crcwell, Pa Mrs J Jay, do
Hon R Moot, O Miss Jay, do
6 Wheeler, Pa R Jenktas, Pa
G Parkhurst, NY T Kent, Md
Z Barnum, Md F Waterman, Masi
R Magraw, do W Crane A ly, NY
W Stozes, P? A Vane use, NJ
H Brawn, Md G Green, do
? Hlnes, R1 D Rlpplev, do
J Leas, do O Jones, Ps
U B Chase, Md J Bewlev, Bel
Mrs Johnson, Pa Capt Daughiy, USM
Mrs Msgraw, Md G Le Bur, NY
C Wagner, do T MoLauglin, Pa
W Hovt A ly, N Y K Glasagow A ly, Mo
Miss Von Pheei, Mo G Bvaas, do
R Lea, Ala II Chapin, do
A Bland, Md W E Matthews, do
Mrs Evans, Pa
Wlllarde' Hetel?J o. i 1. A willard.
W DuAeld, Mass W Unlerdonk A lady,
G Grlerson A fam, NY NY
J K Marton, do H J Rogers, Md
W M Barnall, Eng J Barker, La
J H Sanrett, NY W R McCready A ly,
B Loyal A ly, do NY
G J Covert, Va J Broadhead, do
H A Jewhest Iowa Mr Height A ly, Cil
Dr Plcklns, NY J P Mygatt, USN
T Hexr?l, do J Jenkins, N Y
G Errlckson. do OA Crawford, Pa
J L Hoxel, do H T Farmer, NC
J Rutgers A ly, NY EJ Bartow, NY
B Dickson, Va JO Sargent A ly, do
Mr Brega, NY T SfLildley,
R W Lowber, do Mrs Laldley, child A
C L Dunham, servt,
Hon J Bishop, NJ Col J Monroe, NY
J J Greenough. NY E B French, DC
W W Stone, do S T Duncan, Pa
J 81**s, do G P Steele, Va
J L Casey, Ten N Rinks A ly, da
UP Casey, do Miss Rinks, do
W B Lombard A ly,Ga S P Tllden.
Br?wns' He tel.?r p i * mowv
Brown, Mo T Hlller, NY
J 9 Hall, Pa J udge Evans, Tex
C P Wood, T Berry, Md
G Enslin NY J L Irving A ly, Vs
T Simmons A fam,Ten Prof Lewis, do
Miss K Miliar, do Mr Stanwood A ly Mis
Miss 8 Hynes, do Miss Smith, do .
* Wars A son, NY J W Paiton, do
J L Wlttso. Va C W Earhart, Md
2 Y? P? 8 L Mathews, Pa
? OMarsh A ly. WI M Gutmann. NY
W H Gray, N Y W Beman A ly, NC
f
Kirkwss^ Hoaar.-j. A a ? EiAKWOOD.
fl Bewail, Md A H Barker, Kng
A Hammett, do CK Sinclair, Va
B Pembrsoke, do T B Parris, Pa
J T Blakinston, do AS La idm, do
A G Delane, Pa W H Allen, Md
T J PrIngle NY J P Connolly, do
A 8 Hallsr A ly, Mass J B Connolly, do
B Hunton. Va J M Dixon, do
B R Sarrettson, NY J Kent, Md
9 A Rush, do
MOVEMENTS OP OCEAN STB AM K KS
rbok van vritis svitii
Xtmi. J#f Dap.
Persia New York....Liverpool....Dec 10
Arago New York....Havre Dec. 13
Arabia Boston.......Liverpool.... Dec. 17
Atlantic Now YoTk....Liverpool. ..Dec 20
Africa New York....Liverpool,..Dec. 24
Anglo Saxon.. Portland Liverpool... Dec 27
Her maun Nsw York.... b reman Dec 27
Vigo,... New York.... Havre Jan. 10
iiosiikcrt
Atlantic Liverpool....New York...Nov, 2rt
Anglo Saxon. Liverpool.... Portland Nov. ?
Ainct........ Liverpool....New York.. .Nov. 20
n^roiAn n ? ? ? ? ? Southampt'n.New York...Dec. 3
TheOallfornlasteamers leave New York ontke
ftk and 20th of each month.
WATCHES, JIWILRY, I1LVCKWAKE,
As.
WE INVITE ATTENTION TO OUR Ex
tensive stock ef ladles' and gen'lemen's
vsrv superior Watches, Diamond, and all other
Style* of Rich Jewelrv. pure Sliver Ware, extra
plated Albata goods, Table Cutlery, Ac.
Also, Gold, Silver, and flne Steel Spectacle*,
and Kve G.asses of every focus.
The above, comprising the laaumt an ! most
varied assortment ever offered to our customers.
Will be sold at prices as low as hi any city in this
country '
Orders for every description of Silver Ware, as
well as for all other articles to our line, promptly
#X?CUt?<l.
Sterling and Standard Silver furnished in all
Watches and Chronometers of every descrip
tion skillfully repaired A practical knowledge
of this branch, to which strict personal attention
Is given, guarantees satisfaction to those having
Sue Watches to repair. *
??fgTaVnc 1,1 ,u branches, including the
22^1?^ *25" ctmu> mottoes, Ac., on stone,
In the b?t manner
"lsltlngCsrds, also handsomely engraved and
P** QALT A BRO., Jewelers,
d^ ,-?t an Fa. ave., bet. vth and lOlhsts.
ciiii minus uiinT
but AND SHU. '
lOSIlea i*D DOMZJTIC SXCHABOSi
.. ? '9M.NIBH DRAFTS
Or Rll Part, Unltad states aad ium;
COLLECT DRAFTS
?* "1 ?<*?"??*
OB IRELAND FOR ?1 OR BP
_ BUT AND SBLL '
n, ,,,,
lavestmea: paying iov aad ever, Hr sale.
LI ID WARRANTS.
^ Cankers, opposite the Treatmr*
the pkiend of wo^>an. "
D "L? w LS "B. Lr,VE ,FOK
Inconvenience, suffering, or J L"VuhV1!!?
Females, either marrl S or sffglTKtSJ*J%?
obstructions, arising from any cause,
without medicine, by calling at 179 MM(v
B street, formerly Drs Brothers A Gray'.^
dec'l'^w* C0Dtain * >UnoP ??* on the reply.
C ^LA * f Afi" " C1D J u8T A B * IV ED
J,erfey- * loC of cho,c? Obampn^ne
/? " ? by the barrel or In bottlea
' pbHadelpnla XX Ale.
Also T Dondelet s Baltimore Ale
tot cash Ch wtl1 ^ *?id mt ? ?raall advance
arNY A SHINN,
?- * Georgetown, DjD^
4?AS:
? ....
o Cj LTKD ?1RT1 JUST R PC if men
rwRronrio* stock ?s,ooo Por^T
1?^ of Wasbtagton stock for aaleai
^ Ml?c?lUn?on*.
D'lVMNOIl HOVIL.
M? 8. D'l VRRNOIS BBGS TO INFORM
hla friends and the public In jnoeral, ^
that be lias new opened hit new Hotel on ifiA
- - l7th >ndJfr'l
i nil
U
Pennsylvania avenue, between 17th
18th streets.
This Establishment Is newlv and elegantly fam
ished on the most modern and Improved principle
with Balooas and Private Apartments The
Bar Is supplied with the cheleest Wines and
Liquors. Cigars, Ac. Game and other delicacies
In mioo
Private Dinner and Supper Parties promptly
supplied and attended to In any put of the elly.
Table d'hote at 3# o'clock, on Sundays at 9.
no* 25eo3m
[No 571.1
Notice or the he-establish
ment OF THE LAND OFFICE AT
V1NCENNK8, IN THE STAXE OF INDI
ANA.
In compliance with the provisions of the act of
Congress approved August 19th, lWi, entitled
"An act to continue the land offices at Vlneennes,
Indiana, and to ascertain and adjust the titles to
certain lands In the States of Indiana and Illi
nois, formerly Included within the Vlneennes
land district/' it Is hereby deolared and made
known that the offices of register and receiver at
Vlneennes have again been opened for the sale
and entry of lands, Ac., as If said land offices had
not been abolished.
Given nnder my hand, at the city of Washing
ton, thlsSiid dayef November. A. D. 1856
THOS A HBNDRICK?,
Commissioner of tbe Ssneral Land Office,
aov *25- lawfiw
PARIS PREMIUM HATS.
MODE DE PINAUD.
Todd a co have received per
steamship " Arago" an invoice of Gen-1
tinmen's DRESS HATS from the celebrated
establishment of L*vlllt: A Poumaroux, who i
received two first-class medals at the late Exposi
tion in Paris.
Also, a beautiful assortment cf Children's
FANCY BEAVER HATS, for Missesor Boys.
Ladles' RIDING HATS.
FRENCH U M B R E L L AS, very superior.
TODD A CO.,
nov 3-0tAeotf west end Browns' Hotel.
New eooos roti the fall trade.
Now opening another and very large supply
of new and eleg&nt Goods for gentlemen's wear,
consisting of?
Dress Shirts, in great variety
Under Shirts and Drawers, do
Gentlemen's Travelling Shawls, do
Do Kid and Warm Glomes,do
Da Scarfs, Stocks, Ties, Ac do
Do Dressing Robes, de
Do Walking Canes, do
Umbrellas, Perfumery, Ac , do
Our assortment from rerent additions is com
plete ? n all Its departments, and buying exclusively
for casta, we are enabled to offer the best Goods,
at the lowest and uniform prices, at
STEVENS' Sales Room,
nov'27-eo2wr Browns'Hotel.
Raisins, almonds, Ac.
350 whole, half,and quarter boxes RAISINS
1.000 pounds Soft Shell ALMONDS
2,WHi do CREAM NUTS
1,000 do CURRANTS
50 bushels GROUND NUTS
10 boxes CITRON
5U doxen jars PI CK LES
30 whole and half barrels do
10 birrels CRANBERRIES
J list received and for sale by
aov -J7-eofl! MURRaV A SEMMES.
CHANDLES, OIL, Ac.
J 80 boxes Adammtlne CANDLES
'2S<> do Mould Do
100 do Brown and Yellow SOAP
do Castile Do
do Fancy De
10O do Olive Do
150 do Pearl STARCH
?,000 pounds SALERATUS
5,000 do SAL SODA
Just received per schooner Arctic from New
York, and for sale by
nov 27-ateo MURRAY A SEMMES.
THOMAS V. DUNN,
Justice of tke Peace, Conrtfattctr, and Com
misHontr of Deeds for tke Suite of Maryland
^HE STRBCRIBEK RESPECTFULLY IN
? forms the cltiiensof Washington county that
he his a^aln resumed tke business of a Magis
trate and Conveyancing. He can be found at his
office, No ?? Louisiana avenue, adjoining the
Bank of Washington, from 7 a m. to 10 p m.,
and the balance of the time at his private resi
dence, No 5b 1 H street north, between 4tb and 5:h
streets west He is at all times prepared to go to
any part of the county to afend to \V rltlng, taking
Acknowledgments and Affldavlts; al*o, United
States business generally, either by day oi by
night. THOMAS C DONN.J.P.
nov SS-*BWlm
|\3EW YORK LEDSER fsr 13th Derember
? Orion, the Gold Beater," finished next
week. Complete set* of the Ledger can be had
*t FERGUSON'S,
dec 5- 486 7th street.
yre ?
T
HATS AS IS 11ATS1
I HAVE THIS l)AY INTRODUCED THE
new style of Winter or Session HAT, which
is entirely new in style, finish and beauty.
Gen'lemen no ? In want of really a beautiful new
style will find it greatly to their advantage to try
tbe Cheep Hat, Cap, Fur and furnishing Bazaar.
Getting in that good old way of purchasing for
cash, 1 shall give my customers all the advan
tages.
?l?n of the Dr Kane's White Bear, corner of
Sixth street and Pennsylvania ave-uie
dec 4-2w HOPKINS
MRS. U. H. SMITH,
4 JO D Street north, betweentilk and 71 A,
Begs leave to inform the ladies
of Washington, Georgetown, and vicinity
that she is prepared to give instruction, In classes
and private lemons. In the art <?f M A KING WAX
FLOWERS and VASES. Also. Wax Fruit and
Ornamental Leather work
Lad is* wishing to avail themselves of this op
portunity of acquiring a most beautiful aecom
pllshment will please call as early as possible, as
Mrs. S. does uot contemplate remaining long In
the city.
TiaMs:
Wax Flowers In Classes, per term of 12 les
sons 15
Wax Fruit In Classes, per term of l'J lessons..S5
Leather Work In Classes, per term of 8 lessons83
Private Lessons *1 each?Vases 910.
Boouetsand Vases, Wreaths, Single Flowers,
Ac , for sale, or made to order. au iM 0m
OAS F'KTURES.
Rll MILLER, SON A CO, ALEXAN
? drla, Va., keep constantly on hand a hand
some variety of CHANDELIERS, PENDANTS.
BRACKETS, Ac , from the celebrated factory of
Cornelius A llakcr, which they will guarantee to
sell at the prices charged to private pur
chasers at the salerooms on Chestnut street, Phil
adelphia. Also, Drop-light*, Cut Glaus and
deeoratt il Paper Shade*, in great variety
Oall and examine for yourselvea. dec 1 -
WYIOFF'S NEW BOOK.?THE AD
ventures*f s? Roving Diplomatist,by flenry
Wyk"ff, au'bor of ?' Mv Co.irtshlp and its Con
sequences " l'rlee J5 Just published, * nd
fir * tie ?t TAYLOR A MAURY'S
dei 5- Bookstore, near 9th street.
NEW YORK DAILY HEKALU TRI
bune, Times. News, Express, and PlilladeL
phla Ledger ?All perforin enterlag rfcelr names
on my subscription book will i?e served *t their
dwellings at 7 o'clock p m.
dec 5 - I'^RRG BSON, 4HI 7tb street.
fllHE ADVENTURES OKA KOVINtt
1 Diplomatist,by Henry Wlkoff.{authorof 'My
tJmirtsnlpone volume: New Vork, l^i;
?IJtS
Embassies and Foreign Courts, by the Roving
KnglWhnian; one volume: London! 1854, fl.
dec a FRANCK TAYLOR
F1ROV1 PARIS-EDITIONS OF !85?.-BY
Halzac : L.e Cousin Pons, price ;Mc; Le Pere
Gorlot,30o. By Dumas. Le DocteurServans,30c;
Antoine,3?c. Texler: Amour et Finance, 30c.
Veioa: Cinq Cent MIMe Francs deRento.JOe
St Germain Pour une Eplngle, 30c. Sand: Val
entine, 30e. Glrardln Le Marquis de Pontanges,
.*c; Le V lcomte de Laanay, 3 vols , 87c. Bon
vestre Scenes de la Chouannerle, 30c; Scenes de
la Vie Intlme.SOe Bolleau: rEnvres completes,
U;. Rousseau: Lea Confessions, (many engrav
ings.) 37e. Voltaire: Steele de Louis XIV.,
(many engravings,) 3Tc And many others, just
opened by
dec V- ' FRANCE TAYLOR.
FAR AUGHT ALE ?WE HAVE JUST RE
1" celved 100 bbls. of Read A Brother's Troy
Draught Ala. whleb Is very ftne, and will be sold
at the low price per bbl , for oash only
ARNT ASHINN,
nov 96 Georgetown. D. C.
Miscellaneous.
Peruvian syrup,
Fbr tk, curt Liwtr Complm*u,
X>*pp?y, N?uralgia, In^pitut Diseases of tin
Bro%*ki*l Pasifs, Bitot, Q,m
srmi D tin lit p, ff't ' '
T?J9 EXCELLENT MEDICINE. WHICH
, ?*** attained a high reputation and been ex
tensively used In Boaton and other eftta of the
?... "v^vu w*? CKW Of im
Bast, ha* been rereired and In new offered for
?*j? by Z D OILMAN, special agent,asoPenn
B^lvanla tTenue, as also by the general agent, eor
nwof L and 3d streets, Navy Yard.
v, PT??f? of Its efllcacy are so numerous 90
authenticated, and of such peculiar cham?
SiltKmHrtSfSS*, to ^
The Peruvian Syrup does not psofess to be a
ture.ail, bnt its ranee Is extensive, because many
diseases, appartntfy unlike, are intimately re
lated. and, proceeding from one cause, may be
cured by one remedy. 7
The class of diseases for which the Syrup pro
vides a cure, Is precisely that which hn so often
baffled the highest order of medical skill. The
facts are tangible, the wltn<*?e? accessible, and
(he safety and eflcacy of the Syrup Incontrovert
ible. ?
I have analysed the medical preparation called
the Peruvian Syrup, with reference to the number
and ktnd of active substances contained In it, and
the durability of the compound as a pharmaceutl
cal article. The metallic compounds of arsenic
antimony, mercury and tine are not nte*ent, nor
Is It possible to detect In it the slightest Indica
tion of any metallic and mineral poison Its or
ganic constituents do not Include opium, or any
of the drugs yielding poisonous principles The
constituents, when separated, are not evea acrid
to the taste It is a preparation scientifically and
skilfully compounded, po-wesslng all the durabil.
lty of a spirituous tincture, without its objection
able qualities and the activity of its leading con
stituent Is preserved through the judicious adap
tation of its solvent. The point here attained has
been frequently and unsuccessfully sought after
by pharmaceutists.
Respectfully,
A. A HAYES, M. D.
Assayer to State of Massachusetts
No. Boylstonstreet, Boston, id Nov , 1S65.
nov ?-3m
PI LBS?PILES?PILES.
WE CALL ATTENTION TO ALL WHO
are afflicted with this dreadful complaint to
the following sworn certificate from one of our
most respectable citizens, the father-in-law of the
proprietor of the ''Courier des Etas Unls," and
formerly gun maker in Philadelphia:
New York, Aug. i?th, 185?.
Dr Dcprik ?Dear SirI hereby certify that I
have been affile ed with the Piles for nearly sixty
yean?. that 1 hive used eighteen bottles of Barnes'
rile Lotion, and everything else I could here of,
but all to no effect, for they did me little or no
good. About two months since, I commenced
using your remedies for the Piles, a?d have the
happiness to say that they have had the desired
effect, having cured me 1 consider this almost a
miracle, for I am eighty years of age. 1 sincere
ly recommend them to allaffiictcd with the above
complaint. P. VALLEE, 73 franklin st
State of New York, )
New York City and Couuty. J
1, Joseph C. Lawrence, do hereby certify tha'
on the day of the date hereof, before me personal
ly came P. Vallee, to in? well known, who, be
ing by me duly sworn, did depose and say that
the contents of the foregoing certificate signed bv
him are true.
In witness whereof 1 have subscribed my
name, as Commissioner of Deeds and as a Notary
Public of the State of New York, and have af
fixed my Notarial Seal at my office, in New York,
this aftth day of August, 18S8
JOSEPH C. LA.WRENCE,
Commissioner of Deeds and Notary Public of tne
State of New York. 67 Wall street, New York
We challenge the Medical Faculty of the Uni
ted States to produce a certificate equal to the
above Dr. Duprle's Remedies are the only ef
fectual cure for internal Piles. Only 50 cents per
box.
Office?78 Nassau street, New York. Will be
sent by mall to any part of the United States
For sale by FORD A BKO . corner of 11th
street and Pa ave, Washington, D. C. oc 93
DOCTOR H00? LARD'S
CELEBRATED
GERMAN BITTERS
prepared bt
Dr. G. H. JACKbON Philadelphia, Ph.,
WILL B7VECTUALLT CORK
LIVER COMPlAINT, DYSPEPSIA.
JAUNDICE, CHRONIC OR NER VOUS DK
billtv, Diseases of the Kidneys, and all DJs
eases arising from a Disordered Liver or Stomach
The proprietor, in calling the attention of the
public to this preparation, does so with a feeling
of the utmost conndencc in its virtues and adapta
tlon to the diseases for which it is recommended
It Is no new and untried article, but one that
has stood the test of a ten years' trial before the
American people, and Its reputation and sale Is
unrivalled by any similar preparations extant.
Ihe test! mony In its favor given by the most prom
lnentand well known physicians and indlvMaals
in all parts of the country is Immense, and a care
ful oerusal of the Almanac, published annually
by the proprietor, and to be had gratis of any of
his agents, cannot but satisfy the most skeptical
that (his remedy is really deserving the ureat cel.
6hritv It has obtained
Principal office and manufactory No. V3 Areh
street, Philadelphia, Pa. 7
READ THE FOLLOWING*
i. r. ^u?8A!,Towil. Va .August4,1*55.
Dr C. M. Jackson?Dear Sir:?The sales ol
the Bitters are increasing, and what speaks vo:
araes In their fa vor is ths t all who have used them
?peak highly of their effects No medicine that
I sell gives such general satisfaction, and the de
mand for it exceeds all precedent: and I assure
you It affords me pleasure to sell such a remedy.
Our physicians no longer scowl at it, butare com
pelled to acknowledge Its intrinsic value, and the
ireater part of them uave had magnanimity suf
cient ^ lay aside their prejudices and prescribe
n In their practice. Respectfully vours,
F. M. CHALFANT.
F or sale by storekeepers and druggists In every
town and village In the United States. Price 75
cents per bottle.
nmwi, MI,SANLW:"illn^l,'"ld JOHN 8.
KID WELL, bf i'.vr. Agents. Je 7-#ra
PL ft| II L V KR WAR*.
SOLID SILVEK TEA SETS,
S/fi'K FO HKS AND SPOONS
SOLID SILVER WAlTkHS JUC,ruuN:>'
PITCHERS, UOBLETS, tf WPS.
ALSO,
'A ATC V SILVEK WaK E, suitable for
.rw . , *sddinu PHESENTS.
I he above are all of our own manufacture, and
WARRANTED Pl'RK.
n?v 10 ?# M- W ??LT * URO ?
POv 19-tf ?te4 Penn'a avenue.
MANTELS.
NEW AND B EAUTIFUL STYLE.
M an ?f acta red from Slate Stone, by ths
Lastleteis Slate Company, Vt.
rpHB8fc1 MANTELS ARE ENAMELLED IN
imitation of the richest and most exnenntvA
EGYPTIAN, LISBON, V E R DANT?UUK
PORPHYRY, PYRENEES, BROOATELLA*
A?ATE, SPANISH 6ALWAY, and other rare
and desirable MARBLES. The imitations are
so perfect that they chalengethe closest scrutiny
They are so highly pollsaA that they retain their
beauty much longer than marble; are not injured
by smoke, ooal gas, or acids, and can be sold
much cueaper than any others in market Pries
ranging from ?145 to 912.
Architects, Builders, and others are Invited to
call and examine samples at No. 512 Seventh
street, 3 doors below Odd Fellows' Hall, up
lw *? M HANSON V
-"?tr A trent.
W. ?. MKTZEROTT,
A?.?.(2?C.KMOB 70 HlLios )
1 11 *' * Baee??s and William
Miliar'. ,,,m
CELEBRATED PIANOS
H'Sr itxgr
MEN RFi U -
EONS, and SHEET MUS?C illl^PCORD
?ny house south of NeJJ y5!?'
Mu*lc published and received everv a
Pianos for rent '"wvea every day
"AUDI OH TLEM srMta . nOV ^
?3 apiece. Call at^ tbelow price oi
H^B WHITE A GO'S
of
Infogamtlm for Ttit#Ioti.
mai ITIAMKR 6KORQK WASHI ???
1 TON will depart at ?>e follow _ _
ing hour*: mSmC
L?w Aieaandr1a7W, 9, 1L 1*77^^^?
Leave Washington ttjf, 10,W,ik, 3.
nov 11?d JOB COR^On^Gtixak,
CHiR?K or UOORI.-THV
STEAMER GEORGE PAGT
will leave?
Alexandria at4#,Stf40,lil,*g, S.andOM o'clock I
Washington t$%9.11,1*, 4, S*. and 7 o'clock.
nov 11 ELLIS L PRICK, CapUlq.
ALKIANDRU fe WiSHINOTON K. R.
ON AND AFTER THURSDAY, THE 97th
of November, uatll further notVce, a train of
oar* will leave the Depot in Aleaandrla, at the j
oorner of St Asaph and Prlneess streets, for
Washington city, at 8 o'clock, a m , and at 3
o'clock, p m.
Omnlbussea will be In readiness at the Potomac
Bridge to convey passengers to the Intersection of
7th street and Pennsylvania avenue, at Dexter 'a
Hotel From this point at the same hours (S a m,
and 3 p. m ,) omni tmeses will leave for the South
ern end of the Bridge where the oars will be tn
readiness to proceed to Alexandria
Passengers will find comfortable sitting rooans
at Deateris Hotel. - JAMES 8. FRENCH,
nov 97-dtf President
f OR MOUNT VIKNON.
ON TUESDAYS AND FK1 DAYS ? FARE,
ROUND HIP, 11: FROM _ JrT*
A LEXAN DR1A75 CEN TB -Theja?2|Bg?
steamer THOMAS COLLY BR le?w^vut!a3>
ton at it and Alexandria at 0 V o'clock.
Coaches leave the Capitol for the boat at 6M
o'clock. Coaoh fan 10 cents.
Persons wishing the ooaohea will leave their
residence with George A Thomas Packet.
Refreshment* on the boal.
ap9-tf SAM'L 9KONBY, CeptaJa. |
OBAMMt ft ALEXANDRIA BAILBOAD
q-r?t Southern Mail Lin# I
?f T WiC K DAILY <i|
(SWNDAY NIGHTS EXCEPTED)
Between Washington City and the Sooth!
VIA: ALEXANDRIA,
?OADONSV1LLE, RICHMOND, DAM
V1LLE GREENSBOROUBA,N. C.
AND DAILY TO Til
VIRGINIA SPRINGS.
Leave Washington at 0 o'clock, A M.
Leu ve Washington at..... 7 ?* P.M.
l^eave Alexandria at... ...7 " A.M.
Leave Alexandria at 8 ?? p. M
Travellers will And the Morning Line la con
nection with the Virginia Central Railroad, the
Cheajjest.rnont Pleasant and Kxnedltious Kuoteto
THE VIRGINIA SPRINGS.
Greenbrier White Sulphur and Fauquier White
Sulphur, Warm, Hot. Alum and Capon Springs,
Weir's Cave, Natural Bridge, Lexington, Jtc
OMNIBUSES and BAGOAGK WAGONS
will he at the Washington Railroad Depot to con
vey PASSENGERS and BAGGAGE, Frtt of
Charge, to STEAMER GEORGE- JT*??
PAGE, for ALEXANDRIA, a dls-?fafilU?
*ace of six miles, allowing ample tlmeforM^TT
Fare from Washington to Richmond (5 50
Far a ?? " Danville 11 oo
Fare 44 ?? Greensborough.,.12 00
Tickets uroeuied on the boat.
Expedition and Comfort are secured by this
Route,asltlaa limbo* fiasv class aaiLaoAB
raox ALEXANDRIA TO DANVILLE.
THROUGH PASSENGERSaad BAGGAGE
sarried without cost tothe Depot of the Petembtn*
Railroad JAMES A EVANS,
se 1 Agent, Alexandria, Va.
ro K U ARFKR'B VBRRf,
Via Chttaptak* f '
Ohio CemeU.
THROUGH IN TWELVE HOURS!
f|!HE NEW AND SPLENDID PACKET
A BOAT ARGO, Capt. CHAt. H Mbrbill,
will commence making Regular Trip* between
GEORGETOWN and the above Point, on Mon
day, March SJ7th, 185C.
The Hoatwlll leave the wharf of W.H & H I
Sitter, Georgetown, D. C.,every Monday, Wed
nesday, and Friday morning, at 0 o'clock
Returning, she will leave Harper's Ferry every
Tuesday, Tnutxday and Saturday mora lag. at
o'clock.
Through Tickets,
7*o Letsburg 91 6}%, t?"ludi?g I At Slogs from
Edward*' Firry.
Families Intending to visit the Virginia Springs
the coming season will And this by far the men?
safe, pleasant, and cheapest route to Berkeley
Capon, Shanondale, White Sulphur and Warren.
Meals served on board at moderate rates.
A coach will always be In readiness in George
town to convey passengers to and from the Boat
Far further particulars Inquire at the store of
W H. A H. G. HITTER, Georgetown, and
JOHN V AVIS, Jr., Harper's Ferry, Va.
mar 19?tf
PROTECTION AND INDEMNITY PROM
LOSS BY FIR K !
FIRE, M AKINE, \NI> INL \N1? INSURANCE.
Ai ithcrixeii Cajritul ar.H Sttrjtha... 91,399,101 1.1.
FARKEB8 AND MECHANICS' INSUR
ANCE CO., OF PHILADELPHIA.
Offlrtn?rthiv?tt comer PfnMyleanta aver.tie avA 17th
rtrrft, IVasKi-^gtoti Oity, D. Ci
DIREfrrOKS.
lion. TluW. R. F1 Tenet, Charles Dingee,
Ueorge ?. Arm;irong, Thomas ManderfnUd,
Cliarl^ \ Rubieam, B lward U. Helmboid,
George Helrnbuld, F. (,'arroll Brewster,
James E. N?all, Isaac L?*ecli, Jr.
THOMAS H. FLORENCE, President
EDWARD R HELM BOLD,Secretary.
LOCAL SURVEYORS.
Charles Walter, No. Ji'JT I) street, opposite City
ilaii.
Jno. M. Thornton,corner Firat streetand Virginia
av. nuu, Island
Jam?? VVilliaras, Yo. -2 Four-and-a-half street.
John Rigrlec, No 501 Thirteenth street, btlow
Pennsylvania avenue.
MARINE SURVEYOR.
Capt. J. I'. Lrvy. N<?, ;#>? Pennsylvania avenue,
opposite National Hotel.
GENERAL SI'PERINTGNDENT.
John Thomaion.
The bu-.ineni of tlufl Company will compare fa
voraLly with tlic mist siicftujlul of similar iusuiu?
tions In the l/nited Slates.
From the l*t day of August, lba5, in five montlw,
up t) 1st January, 1B56, tl?? premiums received
amounted to the large sum ol one hundred and eieht
thousand, one tiunJred and lifty-one dollara, with
only forty six hundred and sixty six dollar io ?ea
leported.
Wuh these evidences of success and good man
Semrnt, the directors fsel justified in soliciting a
are of public patronage, believing tiiai the secu
rity offered is ample and that all fair claims will be
adjured moreaccordingto equity than legal teciiui
cali ties.
The company is prepared to Issue policies against
loss or damage by Are on DWELLINGS, FURNI
TURK, MILLS, MAN1/FA0TORIRS, WARE
HOUSES, all dofccriptions of UUILD1NGS, aud
their contents, or all kinds of MKRCHANDISE,
transported by VESSELS, 8TKAM BOATS, CA
NAL 00ATS, RAILHOAD8, and the usual con
veyances to or from any portion of EUROPE and
AMERICA, and on the hulls of STEAMBOATS
navigating the western waters.
The rates of premium will be as low as other
companies, and in fixing them every improvement
in construction and arrangement will be taken into
consideration.
All lossos speedily adjusted and promptly paid
Office northwest c rner Pennsylvania avenue and
Seventeenth street, Washington city, I). C.
Insurance inay alio le effected at the Home Office,
NortK'.oett comer Walnut and Second Streets, Phila
delphia. and in other prtn:ipsl cities of the United
States by authorized officers <if the company,
le 14-1 yt
C'UA! ? COAL?OOAL.
Always on hand,
WHITE ASH, REV ASH,
LEHIGH, and CUMBERLAND COAL.
Alse, PINE, OAK. and HICKORY WOOD.
Coal kept under cover. 2,'J44i lbs to the ton.
T J. A VV. M GALT,
N. W. cor. l'Jth and C sts , No SJ7, one
nov 3W-tf square aonth of Penn ave.
U
DENTAL SURGEON.
R B F COSBY, PENN AVENUE, BE
tween Sixth and Seventh ktreeta,
at the place formerly occupied by Dr j
Van Patten, baa just received a very
large supply of articles pertatnl g to dentistry
and respictfullv invites the public to gtve him a
call. Having devoted his whole time to the pro
fession, he Is perfectly safe In declaring that he
will give entire satis&otlon In eve^r case The
heat professional refbrenoea can be seen ?t his of
ftce. nov lfl-tMarcht0?
BEST RID GLOVES at ST u eenta?JUST
tecelved per Bxprees from tbe Impor nnPI
ter, en additional supply of dark color*
b at BID GLOVES, making my assort
ment complete of Darks. Medium* Blsck _
and White (all numbers ) Alio, Mlatea dark
colors of the same quality.
The above make is fully equal to aay Gloves la
the market
Also receiving an assortment of Ladles', Gen
tlemen's. and Chl'dren'a fancv lined, napped
silk, cashmere, cloth, book and other Glovea,
which will be sold cheap
JOHN H. BMOOT,
nov 16- 110Bridge St-, Georgetown
THE MOST BEACTimi. AND EXTEN
slve stock of Fancy Goods Is at
THE LAKES,
dec 1 W Penn avenne.
?S9
M+dlcin?.
Kt?R&
?I
CHERRY PECTORAL
Far the rapid Cur? af
< OFCHS, COLDS, HO.tRSESESS
BRO>i(BITIS,HHOOPl\U-COl(<U.
CROtPi ASTHMl, i\D
t'ONSrMPTIOS.
Among the numerous discoveries Science hu j
made lnthlB generation to facilitate the business ]
i of life?increase Its enjoyment, and even prolong
' the term of human existence, none ran be ai> mod of
1 more real value to mankind than thlsrontrlbu Ion
1 of Chmalstrv to tho Hosting Ait A vast trial of
1 Its virtues throughout this broad oounuy, has
proven beyond a doubt, thai no medicine orsom
i hi nation of medicines yet known, can so surely
i control and cure the numerous varieties of pulmo
nary disease which Lave hitherto swept from our
mldstthoufandsandthousandsevoTTyear lndt<d
there la now abundant reason to ballevo a Heme -
dy has at length been found which can be railed
on, to cur* the moat daagerous affbatioaa of O e
lungs. Our space here will not permit as to pub
lish any proportion of the comb effected by Its us*
but we would pre?nt the followingand refer
furtber enquiry to my American Almanac, which
the agent below named, will alwaya be panned to
furnished free, wherein are full particulars, and
Indisputable proof of these statements.
Oavtca o? TaansrokTATio*, I
Laurens,R. R., B C., Aug. 4, 1^8
Dk J. C. Aran. Dear 81r.?My Tittle son, lot r
years old, has Just recovered from a severe attack
of magllgnsnt Scarlet Fever, his throat was rot
ten, and every person that vlalted blm, pronounc
ed him a dead child Having used yearOniRUV
Pectoral, in California, In Uie winter of 18M,
for a severe attack of Broiiebitis. with entire su -
cess, I waa Induced to try It on my little boy. 1
gave him a tea-apoon-full evsrv three hours, com
mencing lathe morning, and by ten o'clock at
night, l found a decided change for the better,
and after three days urn, he was able to eat or
drink without pain.
Its nae la the above named dla'ase will save
many a child from a prematuie grave, and relieve
(he nnxiety < 1 many a fond parent For all af
fections of the Throat and Lungs, 1 believe it the
best medlcl' e < xtant. A feeling of the deepest
Rratltude, prompts me ?n addresaslng you theeo
ues,?but for your Important discovery, my little
boy would now have been in another word.
1 am yours with great respect,
J. D. POWELL, Supt. Trans., L. ft. R.
I cine has V
Rocky Hill, Somerset Co
July HI, 19?
Dr J C. Aran,?Since your medicine has
come known here it his a greater demand than
any other cou?h remedy we nive ever aold. It is
spoken of in terms of unmeasured praise by those
who have uatd it, and 1 know of some cases where
the best they can say of it Is not too much for the
good It has done 1 take pleasure In felling it,
because I knew that 1 am giving my customers
the worth of their monev.'and 1 feel grallied In
sclng the benefit It confers.
Please send me a further aupply, and believe
me Yours, with respect.
JOHN C WHITLOCR
P 8 A'most any number of certificates can be
sent If you wish it
Windsor, C W., JuneM, !___
Da J.C.Aysr Hir ?This maycertify that 1
have used your Ihikkt Fictokal for upwards
of one year; and it Is my sincere belief that 1
should nave been In my g ave ere this time If I
had not It has cured me cf a dangerous a trac
tion of the lungs, and I do not overstate my ? on
victtons when 1 tell you it is a priceless remedy.
Y ours very respectfully,
D A McCLURE, Attorney at Law.
Wilksba.bri. Pa , September is, I960
Da.J.C Avik My dear Sir ?Your medicine
Is much approved cf by those who have used It
here, and Its composition Is such as to Insure and
maintain Its reputation 1 Invariably recom
mend it for pulmonary affections, as do many of
our pilnclpal phvtlcians
I am your friend,
CHAS STREATER,M.D
Prepared by DR. J. C. AY ER, Chemist, Low
ell, Mass
Sold byZ D. Gl I.MAN, Washington, and all
respectable druggists. de: 8-6iu
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ea tia
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Price TWENTY-FIVE CENTS per copy, si
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Address Dr. M B LA CROIX, No. 31 Maides
Laae, or Po<*t ORce Box 679 Albany, N. Y.
ITT ORce open daily .from 9 a t* u> ? p as. aad
?a Suada\ from a until 6p.m.
ITT ORce REMOVED from Ne. if Beaver st.
t? 31 Mmidtn Lmu, AUmmf, .Vm? Ttrh.
dee it?ly "
W
JAMES 8. WELCH'S FIRST PREMIUM
FAMILY FLOt R.
E ARB NOW RECEIVING TBIS Justly
celebrated brand of Flour, and willoontlnue
to reoelw a fall snr ply during the winter We
warrant It superior to anything In the market
We are also agents for the sale ef the following
branda, viz:
Richard B Wctoh, Family
Charles L Wood, do
Daniel J Wood, do
Island Mills, do
Elisabeth Mills, do
All
chasers, .
BROTHER,
nov 86-lm 101 Water St tqsorgBlown.
DR. THROD. HANSMANN
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFISH SOME
houses above his old rooms, to No 661 7th
street west, between D aad E streets nosth,
.w. Omm.1
Elisabeth Mills, do
i of wlileh we ?Rr in quantities to sutt pur
trs, at the lowest market prices
HARTLEY k BROTH Eft.
, ? mm ?hm nuns, near
the Henesal Fast ORce
Office hour* as ttefore; from 8 to it o'clock a
m. nov7-*w?
*J0 OOO PEAt'H TURKS.
ATTRN DOLLARS PER HUNDRED?FOF>
sale at my Nursery, near Washington (BX
The above trees are nit of fine growth, and9Rr
of the best select fruit. " ?'
Also, a general assortment of ORNAMENT A L,
EVKRqRREN, SHADE, and FRU1 T TRKKR
0C SI tf JOSHUA FK1RCE.
New music rbosivro this imy
at the Plaao Stom of JOHN F ELLIS,
deed- 90S, betwesa fith aad 10th.
Miscellaneous.
?iiiTHina.
Ehr?tk UfMi mud Mmrplmmd
mm tU SiwilVlkivi /aittittiM
EOWABD LYCETT ft ESPECTFU LLY IN
forma the rubscrlbers to Brows'* Ulbie ta4
lhakspeare, now Just crmpleted. tbat he i? pre
pared Is kind tbeee work* la a mm parlor sCyis at
'Ieganoe, strength and solidity. ar.d upoa much
aon mtoublr terms than can W done ta Baltl
Philadelphia. or New York A
-- - " v
to him (per poet) will enable him tecs
tlbh to the subscribers iperlnwi of Mi srylee f
(lading. E?y ktiStof Beoh Blading mmUf oa
coted mm^'ltm
ANTHONY BDCHLV,
UNDERTAKES,
Ihep had Residence Fo 109 PeaL'a a v sunt,
?out ta side, between 9th ted 10th it*.
HAVING PROVIDED HIMSELF VMTM
sn BLEU ANT HEAESE,r ? m
tad all aeceseary conveniences lot e
properly conduct! <ig hlr business,
eoald respectfully inform the publle that he le
fully prepared to 111 all order* entrusted to bier,
it the shortest notice, end la the best maimer
A Urge supply ef READY-MADE CHJFUNS
tfall sites, always on hand, which will be fw
ilthed on the aeoet reasonable terms
As heretofore, no pains will be spared te give
(?lire satlafactlcn on all occasions.
N K ? Rceld t*. on the premiers, order* will
H promptly attended to at all hours
feb 7-fy
II Rillh'l
Improved Sewing Machines.
ft which vu granted the Highest Award of
th? Pirii Exhibition, thereby reesmnf
ths World's Verdict of 9?pariority
rlB IMPROVEMENTS IN TBIB MA
chlae has simplified them In maay reepeeU,
lM they are capable of estecntl ng t wloe the a moo 11
rf work they did formerly In any ftrea time,
rhey are with oat question the only Maohlaes ca
llable of sewing every variety of foods perfect: a
ihlrt boeom or heavy trace for harness caa be
sewn by any of theee machines by a simple chaage
of needle and threed In such a manner that the
aloeeet scrutiny eannot detect a fault
Manufacturer*, planters and families will lad
them the only safe Machines te purchaee, as they
are bolltstroag and durable, and not likely to
with guagas attached, ftr
Iters, A<
r?|eat of order.
We have
Mad in? hat*, cap-fronts. g altera, Ac.
Bilk. Thread, Cotton,Needle*, Ac , seastaatty
en hand, at the lowest rates.
Pr*T?d<w!ret:*ofl b formation regard I at Be w ?
lag Xuhlaee will please address
I. M. SINGER * CO.,
1M Baltimore street, Baltimore
N Bv?We are prepared to eachaage theee ma
ahlaesfor eld maohlnes of any hind Terms lib*
oral Persons who have heea Induced to purchase
aferlor maohlae* under the pretext of belar
?heap, will tad this a beneflt Indeed
iiL
GREAT REDUCTION
IV TEX P&IttK or ?0018 AJTD GAITER*
IHAVK ON COMMISSION, FOR A PHIL
adelphla uunu
fhcturer.a fret rate
Bewed or Pegged
Calf-Skin BOOT at
S3 64. full as good
as thoee usuallytold
at II or St; a?d a
French Calf Patent
Leather BAITER at
S3 is, as good as anj
at S3; a first rate Calf
Walter at ffi St, these
are the best goods
that is (or ever were)
sold in the Dlstoles
for the price, for the
proof, come and see
for yourself. Terms positively cash No extra
prolt charged to offeet bad debts. Call at the
JfJir TORE HAT 8T0EE, Bevents street.
Pennsylvania
mMtf ANTHONY,
!TO ALL THAT VALUE TUEIR SIGHT
WISHES TO CALL THE ATTENTION
to all that suffer with defective sieht,
eaused by age, sickness, and particularly from
glasses injudiciously selected, to his superior
SPECTACLES and 0 LASSES carefully grourd
by himself to a true spherical accuracy, snd bril
liant transparency, suited precisely and b?*nefi
clally to the wearer according to the concavity o?
convexity of the eye Very numerous are the 111
eCPets caused to the precious organ of sight from
the commencement of using glasses In not brtng
precisely suited, by the use of an Ortomtut, and
the practice of many years enables him to meas
ore the focal disease of the eyes, and such glar
es that are abeolately rf<q-ii red will be furnished
with precision and satisfaction.
JOHN TOBIAS acknowledges the very liW
ral encouragement already obtained, and further
solicit* the patronage of those that h*ve not yet
availed themselves of hi* aid
Persons that cannot conveniently call, by send
ing the glasses In use, and state how maug Inch
es they Can read this print with their apectaclea,
can be supplied with such a* will Improve their
sight.
Innumerable testimonial* to be sees; ar.d ref
erences given to many who have derived the
greatest ease and comfort from his glasses.
Circulars to be hsd gratis, at tda office. No.
fill* SEVENTH STREET, l4?*s deori /row
Odd FtlloWl< Hull, VP fcTa IBS.
Noiroii, September 7, 1964.
Sir?The Spectacles you made for me suit very
well, and seem to have Improved my sight more
than any other 1 have lately tried.
L1TV. W. TAZEWELL
/ 1 have tried a pair of Spectacles obtained from
Mr. Tobias, and 1 nd them of threat assistance to
my sight, and corresponding ?1th his description
of the focus. 1 recommend him a* a ?kl11ful op
tlclaa HENRY A. WISE.
Having been Induced by a friend to vlaltthe es
tablishment of M r Tobias for the purpose of try -
lug his glaases, i was furnished by him with a
pair slightly colored blue, which naveaffordtd
me more relief and gratllcatlon tLan any I Lave
ever tried. My sight, originally \tty yood. was
Injured by writing and reeding at alpht. be
oucntly to a very late boar; but with the aid of
tWite glasses 1 caa study almost as late as ever,
aad that too without the pain 1 have previously
suiltrcd. JOHN WILSON,
l*te Commissioner tiea'l l.aad Office.
Dcoesaber 11, 1865.
1 have used Mr. Tobias's Spectacle* for thtfe
or four months, and tahe great pleasure la say
tag that 1 am much pleased with them. 1 Lave
beua much beneltied by them.
May Sth,is3S BEOR. P. SCARBBRSB.
I wo* recommended to Mr. John Tobias as a
cklllful optician: and as I have eyes of remark
able peculiarity, 1 was gratified to find that Mr.
Tobias seemed to comprehend them by ibspeo -
tion and some alight meaaurement, and he has
made me a pair of Spectacles that suits me ad
mirably. A. P. BBTLER.
July ll,18d>.
WimmoTOK, N. C., Jan.*7,1854
Mr. J T?ai*a: Dear Hlr?1 am harpy to say
that the Spectacles wtilch 1 obtal ned from you last
week are entirely satisfactory. From an Inequal
ity In the visual ranae of my eyes, 1 l.ave hereto
found great dlRculty In gettlug glasses of the
proper focal distance It&Bord* me pleasure to
state that, by the aid of vcur optometer, this diffi
culty has Wen happily obviated so that the plasv*
you furnished me are dec dedly the best adapted
to my eyes of any I have ever yet used
Very respectfully, yours, R B DRANK,
Reotor of St James' Pariah.
DsraaTManT o? Iktbbios, May?, !<=?.
I natural dejects and the unequal ran^e p?
my eyes, I have been compelled to uee f??r
several years I bave tried different opticians
without obtaining glasses perfectly fitted to n?y
eyes. Four n inths since >ir. Tobias niado two
Hilrs especially for me, whtcli I have found to
serve mt perfectly By the use of his c pturuetri
he la enab ed to adtpt Glasses minutely to tLe
I most cheerfully recommend Mr Tobias to all
having occasion fo wee glasses and i?ar my u?t?
atony as to his skill as sn optician
HENRY STBALDWIN,
Assist See'y to sign Land Warraac
f ? 8-?OPERA GLASSES r?f great varlcdy.
TEI.BSCOPF8 A M1CROSCOPFS, %VATCf!
MAKER 6LASSLS, and many other artlels* In
this line at very low price* coaMUatly tats'
l> >?-??
UATB1 HATS I
CONSTANTLY ON BAND A FULL
" ?' supply of BF.FBF'B ^
NEW YORK BTYLBR
Ugethfv with TA Y LOR "B
HATS, of BALTI
MORE Tfco beat blacft
dxe&s HATS got up la
the Utest style for #3 J0, as
good as those usually sold
at S5 : and a good fashion
able Hat at fs, worth *4 ;
and a first-rate Hal, Bfi an -
The best materials and toe best vror > s aasLiy I*
emninyod to produce a Si Hat, which U sold ?
fiS 50. Wedoaoesh buslaeas, meet with :?? l?
we, but give each customer full value
aaciicy. Pelt Hfcls unusually low.
N B Agent for IMscoll's Balm of n Th'"a ? 1
Fl-'Wers Price ii emits per bottle
ANTHONY, 7th street, near Pa ayeaue. agnkt
fcta New York Sat Oomyaaf. se*o-r.

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