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KVKNING STAK.
A SMACK OF TOBACCO.
A lively low onoe, '??? said,
Select.d in his funny Ufa 1.
(A little antiel
In fa king with hi* indy-Iora,
A thema not ovat aad abova
Romantic.
A sa very strange lnde?d;
.No ottMf ta&n me Indian weed:
No lui.
" II ?n 1 make it plain and true.
A locomotive's apt to chew ?
Now guess."
"Prove me a thing bo atrans s as thia.
And r;t reward jon with a kiss,
Ker smack!"
Thia promiae made, onr lover wink d.
And caueed bia hp* to pucker ao you'd think
They'd erack.
"A looorrottve?see?I'm not a-ioking.
It mu't be eonfess'd, la giving to araokinc ;
That's sure.
But I willalso make it out
A l< ooinoUve ta, beyond a doubt,
A chewer.
Giving hie arma the proper yatk
To imitate an engine crank,
The motion forward brat he ahew.
And then tne backaard motion too;
Eater to press the promised pnz ?,
He puckered his lips and twinked hia erea.
To amack her;
"Obaerre the aon ud
A? inn cia< k cornea ronn-J,"'
He artklp said;
It'a ciioo? ciioo? oboo.
To go ahead.
And caoo? ohoo?chtu>
/"e-frarkrr." {Yf'rinlliM.
FaiLvnx*.?The following is a list of failures
in the Stale* and Territorlea from April 1, ls5s,
to October 1, 1&56:
Fbiiurt *. Liabilities.
New York city 5a v2/?.1,tMi
N*w York State 101 2,I2I,U?<>
Philadelphia 23 I.IOU.MIO
Pennsylvania 16 *15.000
Boston It 750.WW
Massachusetts 4??| .mm
Baltimore 39 830,000
Maryland 6 wi n o
Alabama s 101 .UN)
Arkansas 6 12b.(Ml
Connecticut IS 270.5011
Delaware A D of Columbia II 131.6<*)
Florida 5 lii.MiO
Georgia 18 273,650
Illinois 72 ISM,OR
Indiana. . 55 (Hfi.500
Iowa Ckl 350,C00
Kentucky 25 .Vji ism
Louisiana " 690,000
Maine.... 12 145,INN)
Michigan 21 360,000
Minnesota 25 St><i,0!i0
Mississippi 6 171,UN)
Missouri 33 1,650.UN)
New Hampshire 10 -*S.<NN)
New Jersey 19 162,?00
No'th Carolina 20 35O.000
Ohio 110 1,206,000
South Carolina II 207.000
Teanesfee 33 l,iiT>ti,U'0
Texas. 7 I49.WNI
Vermont !) 172.1W)
Virginia 41 660,000
Wisconsin 31 217.5U)
Territories 7 121,00'J
Total %?_? *-Jo.750,150
The failures in the British Provinces for the
same time number 11, and amounted to ?988,000.
ITT There are now aboil 29,00o Post Offices
in the United Slates
lO~ A Bear wax encountered and killed, with
in 6 miles of Norfolk, Vs., on Tuesday last.
AKKIVALS AT THE HOTELS.
BOWNS' HOTF.I, ? G \V Hllliain and two
ladies. Md. XV H Bailey, Mass; W H Marv and
ladv, do, J O Horton and lady, Vi; \Y Clarke
and lady, O, R 8 Peabody, do; J C Totem and
lady, do; Miss M F Gordon, do; I. K Harvlck
and lado, Va; Misses S and C flarvi<-k. d?; J E
Kre stield, Md: Rev S R Gorton, do; R B Wil
liamson, do; XV XV Blow, Engd; E C Marshall,
Vs; \V J Heal. Md; II J Wale, Va; M SmitT,
M(? ; J W Muldon and lady. Ala; J J Wigley,
Tenn: Rev J A IWever and lady, Md; Mr aiid
Mrs Davenp?rt. Va; Miss Davauport, do. G K
Price aid ladv. do; Mrs We-iston; do; VV B Smith
NV; Hon Kid well, Va; J H Richardson, do, J
R Madison, do; W G Perkin?, do; J W Hugh son
do; Mrs Madison, do; Miss \X right, do; Miss
DAsbury. NC; H B Livingston, N Y; Dr I.iwk
wo> d USN; VV 11 Washboru, Mas*; A Shape. Pa;
Rev J A Manny, Va
NATIONAL HOTEL ?J L and F Frailer,Vs;
D O Haigbt and lady, NY; Col Johi Contra, Mr
Ba-ksr. L R B.?wen, T S Wheeler, Z Berry.Md;
L T Sm tb. SC; W P Payton and fain, Va; XV M
Parker. Tenrj O Tompkins and lady, M?ss; R
M McCieliaud. Pa; N F Upham and l?idv, N 11,
D Sea?, jr, Mass; G H Reynolds, R I; H J Pat
erson, K L Taylor and lady, O; Miss S Palmer,
Md; F C Armstrong, IT S Armv; J G Wyinan
and ladv, NY; Maj Thomas, La; Z Sassier. Md;
B S Brail, i; S A; J C Woods, Texas; J C Van
Dyke, Pa; XV H Graimner and lady, 11 B Gram
mar, Md; J Winston, Va; 11 A Chittenden, N Y;
J Green. SC.
RIRK WOOD HOUSE.?T W Perkins OT; F
P Stanton, Kan; Mr and Mrs Maztr.e, La; W A
Grove and ladv. Pa; A Knight. Md; Mrs \V
Knight, Rl; Capt J C McFerran, USA; G C
Jackson. U*N; C H Ilo'ne. Fa; XV C Patterson,
do, F K Patterson, ko; J Pierce, NY; E Cla-k,
do; H W brlpdale, Va; J Collinson, do; J T Pi. -
ne t, Md; A R Eddy, L'SN; G Smith, Pa; J M
Swver, NY.
UNITED STATES HOTEL.?W A Simpson,
Va; H S?aton, do; J Smith, do; L '1 L.^wis, III;
T Lumpkin, DC: L W Candler, >ld; W Butler,
La; L A Bunw ker. Vs; D K Almotid. do; T W
Washington, d >. Col J R ce and lady. Mo, H
Mctt, NY; Gen E Huntoo, Va; S A Allen, 111; J
Barker, do
OL'EAXSTEAMERS' SAILING DAI'S
From the Uritcd .States.
Stfaswn [.tare. For. Days.
PrlaeaAlbert....New York..ttalway....0--t 1?
Canada Boston Llverp?ol..O't
City Baltimore..New York. .LIverpo?1..0ct. 21
Indian Empire...New York..Galway ... 0:t.2i
Nova Scotian... .<^ue)>ec Liverpool. .Oct. 23
Africa New York..Liverpool..() l. 27
Ariel New Yo k..S??'mp'.on ..Oct 3n
Edinburgh New York..Glasgow...Ort 3D
Saxonia New York..Hamhnrjr ..Nov 1
Europa Boston Liverpool.. Nov 3
Pacta ? New York..Galway ....Nov 5
New York New York..Bremen ....Nov ?;
Anglo Haxon ....ij'iebec Liverpool..Nov 6
Persia .N?rw York. .Llvorpool..Nov Hi
Fulton New York..Havre N^v 13
Boruasia New York..Hamburg ..Nov 15 |
America Boston Liverpool.. Nov 17
Bremen.... New York.. Bremen ...Nov 20
Asia New York..Liverpool..NovM
Vanderbilt New York..So'mpton..Nov 27
Frcm Europe.
F.dinbnrg Glasgow. ..New York. .Oct. 6
Anglo Saxon Liverpool..(Quebec Oct. 6
New York Bremen....New York..Oct. 9
Asia. Liver pool.. Bo^on...... Oct. 0
Kangaroo Liverpool..New York..Oct 13
Borusata Sa'inpton ...New York.-Oct. 15
Persia ...Liverpool..New S"ork..O?t 16
Fulton. So'mpton ..New York..Oet, IV
North A met lean Liverpool ..Queliec Oct 2?i
H.einen Bremen ....New York..Oct. 23
America.... Liverpool..Boston Oct 23
Hudson Bremen New York..Nov 6
Weser Bremen New York..N"v2(>
The California mail ste.-imT* leave New Yo:k
on the Stb and 20th of each mon'b
mtORENEVV B ?<>Kr??T HK.ADQI'AKTtKS
i?I SHKPHEHD,
Corner Seventh and I) Street*.
is just reoeivit.g a ful' supply of
COLLEGE AND CLAfSIC BOOKS
Also, keepa on hand a full supp:yof Books used
in subiie and private Schools
11 f Ch???, Chespsr. Ck?ap??t. ae .T>
PAKLOK e I'RMIIRK,
fArsa H*noimg? amp I phols^ekt (ioorts.
The ?u'?crit>?rs keep on hand and make to order
ail of CAB NKT snl PARiOKA
H RN1TU RK. suoh as t* >las.Arm,l-^sy andVll
Hooking Chairs, Louptes. Ac. Also, aaope lfl|
8or aaaortment of P\PKR H A N(j I N?,S. /T|
lorders ani Shades. Paper Huns in the b?st *
manner. Carpets Cu?, Made, and Put l>own on
short not lee Furniture Repaired and Vsrnished.
Seepy Hollow Arm Chairs from 912to each.
F. name led Covered Lounges \a low sa 95.
A oall is respectfully solicited from persons fur
niahinc their houses, as we oan and do aeli furniture
of e?r etea make, aa low. if not lower than the
? <Bot eitT can be tioughl
II ID lull OiiJ.
JOS. T K. PLANT A CO..
Paper Ilancera. I pholatereia, and
_ . M Mtnuhrturefiof ^uniiturt,
OO 1 8W> 380 1) ptreet. Iatsr??n 1thj>nd inth.
^ K W F U R N l_T_U REST O ft
_yy* n^.r*?*,,r,nA on'' Fail stook of FU
eoo " O V ?7' F U R N I SH IN G
h, \v "n* l,,wer th-vn any otn?r
?? We would invite ail
a ,V --II . , "??""a* ?? ? W UU KJ
"iiSTia il!or* Pur?hasiB|t Our
?m*11 P?^hta."
Old F armtare taken i? eso ans#
motto is.
'n **e'i%nr* f?r new.
aa?-ly ?,HJ1 g?^TZ A ?RO..
- Ortd Fellows' Hall.Tth st.
nea of Steinsm? A Sons, m New VsrtTi Itfffl
B. Rieohentech.m Philadelph"* V,^Kri)L\L
in Haltimore, which I will seii or rent on tn,5,/,<!;
and easy terms at my Piano Wardroom No
street, abova Pan o.av en us '1,0 'Uk
m m' FIRIFK. a RF|oukNRm,h
J ?*"*? SaJsskoosi, aiMist VV li[*rd?' U<
QNE AND ALL.
We ?re now daily reoeiving our supply of Fail
and W inter stock 01 BOOTS aid ^H(Jhs.vgif
from the be?t manufacturers of Phiiadel
J
phia, New York, ud the ftaat, for IAtfiea,
Misses,Child'en.Sents, Hot*.and \ oaths, ?
comprising every etyle n.oaily ken in a well ae
leoted Shoe Store, ud at fair aricee.at the old stand
of A. HOOVKH It SOVS,
oe?-eoI0t aonth fid* P*. a?? bet 6th an** 7th ata
AS. T. MolNTOSH A CO., ~~
MBKCHAXT TAILORS,
Avinvi, !fl>K AX Si K1KT,
Have juat received their FAI.L and W1NTKR
GOODS, oomprising all kinds of Clotns,
Cassimeres, and Vcatings of Lates' import*.
tions; alao. a fine lot of Furnishing Hoods,
all of which w.li be sold very low for oath,
or to panotaal oustomera. ae 8 eoJm
J^ATS OF THE SEASON.
1 hare the pleasure to introduce the HANDSOM
i.'wn n ? m -
? 111 1 f.11
m 1 ?
K3T HAT OUTj alto, a fresh oaae of^
iKN
furnishing to
lure, ?
a moat ?
a[r ~ v ???% m w a | aiit/i a 11 ceil vtnc w:
FRF.NCH SOFT H A'frs of my own im
portation. Getting them from brat hands 1"
can ofler them mnoh lower than usually anld id thia
aity. A peep at them will guarantee sales.
1L7" ^ien of the "White Bear," corner of 6th
atreet and Pa. avenne.
ap 21 -eotf HOPKINS.
WWALLA BARNARD
OULD oa I attention of perioua furnishing to
a !ar?e stock of?
Mahogany. Walnut.and Map eKurmture,
Painted and marble-top Cottage Seta,
Hair and Huak Mattresses.
Looking Glasses, &o.; comprising
oomplete assortment ?f House fournishing artioles.
Alao, a stock of Wool Carpeta.
All of which are for aale on reasonoble terms at
our Furniture Warerooms. intersection or C street,
Louisiana aveuue, a^d 9th atreet west, m the rear
of our Auction Roomi. seSSeolm
Lovers of oyster? can get at the
present season daily, OVSTKKS^ y-v
in the ahell. taken out of salt water thel^A f ^ J
same day. Restaurant* wishing to be^a. > LSdr
supplied by the Itfirrel will please oalt on XSjBmr
J. R. B. SCHWAHZE, ?
Dealer in Oyitera,
Corner of 12th and E stree' a. back of
(f #-*ntf Kirkvnv) Hons*.
r NOTICE.
??AND WARRANTS No. 60.4W and 61,617, for
160 acres each, issued under the aot of March 1896,
the former io George Felt, the latter t" Martin
Byrne. having been foat, without transfers being
made, the pub'ic are cantioned against the purchase
of the same, aaapplication will be made to the Com
missioner of Pensions for duplicates there"f.
oc 1' - w6w SLTli GERRY, lor the applicants.
SUPERIOR Pl'RK OLD RYE WHISKEY
C7 for Medicinal u?e, pnec $2 p?' gallon, or 5? cts.
per bottle Many gentlemen of Virgi la, Maryland,
and the Distriot, <al! regarded good judges.) who
i!'ivl<,?.tr,lor^u,thljr. 'ested it, pronounce it much tha
best Whisky in the market.
EDWARD HALL,
Extensive dealer in al! kinds of
Liquor and Family Grocriea,
oo7-eoiot No. 4A Lou. av.,oppo. Centre Market.
Herman" blaiF.
? ^ ?UPHOLSTERER.
iV". 2R4 G *tr*et.nmr Treasury Depirtment,
in grateful y acknowledging the liberal patronage
which has heretofore been bestowed upon his efforts
to plenso his patrons, bega leave to i.,f rm the oiti
scem of \\ asiungton and Gevigetown that he is
now prepared to execute with neatness and dispatch
all orders in Ins line of buiu.esa; aoch as the mw
>ng. t-ittiug, ai'd Lay ng Down of new Carpets,
an I the I ating D wn of old Carpeta; the Hanging
or Curtains; ?lie Covering of Lounges. Sofaa, Ac.;
o?, "aat'iacture or Renovation of Mattresses,
Pillows. Cushions, Ac.
Mr. Br Ar would also cai; especial attention to his
Patented Carpet S'retoher, which enables him to
put down Carpets with unprecedented smoothness
and rapidity. se 25-SATlni*
ti A CAR I) '
' A MI LIES A PERSONS'BUYING CLOTII8
AND CASSIMERES BY THE YARD
. ^v,'.']f^neo<,.H*riiy..t.0. keep a large assortment of
CLOIHS and CASSIM I-RLS, dealing more ex
tensively and generally in those goods, we oan offer
greater advantages to rnrchasersoftboeeioudaihan
can be found. v\ e will cut very cheap. Noohargo
Tor patterns or shrinking, having a steam apparatus
for that purpose. It would be well for those purchas
ing by the ysrd to look before the? buy.asthia is
the ouly establishment of the kind in thia city whloh
doata extensively in those goods and umat oiler
greater aivantages to buyers.
WA UL. STEPHENS A CO.,
_ No. aa Penn. hvenue, between
ae 7 eo2m 9th and luth streets.
IVoTICE OF T^K ?K?tAbLISHMFNT OF
I HE LAND OFFICE FOR THE TERRITO
RY OF NEW MEXICO. n"U
In pursu'inoe of the act of Congress approved
May 18^8, entillod "An act to create a land dis
trict the l>rri ory of N?w Mexico," whioh act
authorize* the President of the Knifed States to
establish a l?nd ' Ifice for the"district of New .Mex
ioo. it is hereby declared and inade known *h*t the
oifice for the sile ard entry of pub.ic land in the
Territory of New Mexico will be established at
Santa h e, u! g*id Territory, from and after the 25th
day of November next.
G,v?n under my hand, at the oity of Washington,
this i!7th day of September, A D . 'SIS.
By order of the President:
JO*. S. WILSON.
.;'n!j!:",n,n!ssi0ner,,f th? General Laud Otfioe.
? ? WhW
| TNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE,
V, WASHJXGTo.f, Oc-ober 5.18.M
?>n the petition of Kle?z?r Carver, ?.f Hndgewater,
31 us*, praying for the extension of a patent granted
t" "im on the 4th of January. 1845, for an improve
ment in "say cotton gins." for seven years from the
expira ion of said patent, which takes place on the
4th day of January, 1450?
.. 'l '? /'/'lered- said petition be heard at the
Patent Ofliceon Monday, the*7fhor December next,
at o clock, m.; and all persons are notified to ap
pear and show cause, if any they have, why said pe
tition ought not to f?e granted.
I'eraoria opposing the extension are required to
h e in the I atent tilfice their objections, speuialty s?*t
forth in writing, at 1?-Ast twenty da>a before the day
or hearing; nil testimony hied t>y either party to be
used at the ?aid hearing must 1* taken and tmnsmit
ted in aooordanoe with the rules of the ofbee, which
will be furnished on application.
The testimony in the case will he closed on the 6th
of lieoemt<er; depositions and other Papers relied
upon aa testimony must be filed in the office on or be
fore the m-rningof that day ; the art uments, if any,
within ten days thereafter.
..Ordered, also, that this notice be published in tha
I nion. Washington, D. C.; and Post. Boston.
Masaach'ise'.ts, onoe a week for three weeks
? the first of said publications to be at least
sixty days before the 27tli ol December next, the
day oi hearing, JOSEPH HOLT,
Commissioner of Patents.
P. S. Editors of the above papers will please oopy,
and send their hills to the Patent Offioe.witha paper
oonfaininr this nofion. oc g-i
clamatSWm^I!,?0 ut Mv f*"
Notiea is hereby given that the public sales oftlie
vacant pub icUmls within th-i Territory of Kansas
wf ich were o?il?red by proclamation No. fi|7, dated
Juiy 21. I VS. to be held at the land offices at Le
oompton ard Kiokapoo. in the Territory of Kansas,
on tiie 'it and IStii days of .Ncvember next, ar?
hereby poatponed, by order of the Pr*-siden> ur.til
Julv. lf-58 prior to whioh period the aales will again
be advertised, according to law.
, , JOS S. WILSON,
Actiag f'Ommis'r of the ?>enerai l^nd (.dice.
?A IK
I fN1TED STATK9 PATENT OFFICK.
Wabhijiotoh. Ootober 4,18*.
u*,PutlVon of JV H> administrator of
John Hatch,deceased, of Hingham Ma*sachusett?.
praying for the extension of a patent granted to the
s?id John Hatoh on the 2nth February, lsts, ror
an improvement in " Buttons," for seven years
?*aid P*!eBt'wh,oh ^kes place
ori the ^".th dar of Februarr, 18"-0?
p f that the said petition be heard at the
Pat?nt Office, on Monday, 17th of January, i&<b, al
U o clock, in.; and all persons are notified to ap
pear and show cause, if anv they have, why said pe
tition ought not to be granted.
?iL>"r*.?1!,*?ppo"inf.i:h* s^'ension are required to
file in the I atent Offi ie their objections, specially
set forth in writing, at least twenty daya before the
li ElV?*t"n?ny filed by either party to
? f.iTi hearing must be taken and trana
2L ln .aooordanoe with the rules of the Office,
will f>e furnished on application,
ooA, testimony in the case will be closed on the
29th of Lieceml>er next; depositions and other papers
re^'ed upou aa testimony must U filed in the office
on or liefore the morning of that day- tha n.ri?u
menu, if any, within ten 3ays thereafter. ""
Urdereif.a so, that this notice be published in the
Union. Washington, D.C.,ar?d Post, Boston, Mx-s..
onoe a week for three weeks; the firat of end
publication* to be at least sixty daya Itefore the 17th
day of January next, the day ofhenring
. JOS. HOLT,
v ? r i . * oiwnissioner of Patents.
,?V .Vi ol? n th?al?ve papers will please copy,
.^r to th? Office. w,th a paper
qoutainiiig IDia notice. ,,n4
j^OTJCE OF Tilt DIMOi'iVTIM't Mr't (ir.
THE LAN I) OF Fir KS ATMl NKK Ulii v-f
IN THF, STATE OF VVISCONSIN^ 'N '
Not ice is hereby given that, in pmeuance ofl*w
n?t ,h,t ,h" uueoW '" the
k L i" reduced t>elow one
hui dre,) housand acres, the Secretary of thelnte
n .r has directed the discontinuance ofsaJ"lis ioi
and that the unso il lands tbeieiu be madesubiect to
saiear.d entrr at L? Cr#?sk.iii said State
Lands remain.ng unsold and unappropriated b?
law. and subject to entry at the office now discoii
fnued, will cease to be sub,eot to entry at said
office, fromrfhe date of the receipt of notice to tK?i
effe.-t b? theregiaterand receiver thereof, an.l the
land officers at La Caosst will give pubi.o notics
ol thedn? on which tisey wiillm preoar^d to receive
spplicatioua for eutnes of any such lands at their of
H ce *
G.veu under n.r hand at the oity of Waahlngton.
thia fifteenth day of September. A D. 1858
. , JOS. S. WILSON.
Acting Commis r of the General Land Ofiioe.
se ib lawbw
Notice of tAk removal of thf
mk rvu??Fi rIbaitlt tost.
THf'' OFFICK FROM
Sf^KVF^^XV^ViBR,1)WE-ls ra*,
i'!.?-W,'.'A tt>* srov sions of the act of |
the l.^uon onin^1*01 '"'horning olisngea in
ia? it^ herebv deM.offii?*" Mprored Msroh 3d.
office for the ??iev!r 2 k!*1? known that the
t^ HUt. of Mrnv^r. j0ian,t,Vat KABlBArLT.
^r- wcrA'sa
S5,iar*.,,v, .?
movsj will he'iai?ued'hV theVeg'iat'or a-5d "L'"Ch r"
the reep^-tivedietneta. *IB,6"-aad reo i*erof
K,'l^rj,ndpr m'r hand, at the oity of W..k._ .
*^Ste$SWSt!i?;D
"a'f.SS"""""1"' ?! TMi'SXu.
Mi?c?BwTH
l.?.C.LA?tk. C. H.WorT. ;.L. ACTR1.
LAMAR. MOTT '*M1Twru,,
? , Hollt Srmiscs, .
WUI pmctoe in th? High Court of Errors and Ap
Kalsat Jackson.the F edeiaJ Court ?*.
? Court* of the Seventh Judicial Di.triot of Mta
sismppi. aud will attend to theCoUeotion of Claim,
throughout North Mississippi l*-?
ST
T VASTLY RKDUCED PRICES.;
^ From tliis date 1 shall offer the fol _
towing Hood. for ess than their real value, wit
CIENNES,
BRUSSELS and other LACKS.
BONNETS. BONNET TRIMMINGS,
children'S CLOTHING of nil attea,
FRENCH FLOWERS, RIBBONS,
FINE MITTS, fto..4o.
Special attention paid to |)R KSS- MAKING, In
the lateet French styles, and at i(j? shortest notioe,
, _ M. WILLI AN,
Je2ft Opposite t'.entre Market.
T CARRIAGES.
oK Subscriber h-wmg made addition. to hia
Factory, making it now one of the largest,
in the Dutriot, where hia facilities fort
manufacturing ail kicda of CAR-J
R1AGES and LIGHT WAGONS oannot be sur
passed, and (ruin hia ioug experience in the buai
neaa. be hopea to give ger,eral satmifcotion.
All kmdaof Carriages tuiU Light Waton* kept ei
lumd,
AU REPAIRS neatly doiie.and all orders prompt
ly attended to,
Second-hand Carriages ta*cn it> egohange for new
on?e. ANDREW J. JOYCE,
d 10-tf corner of Mtb and E ate,
322 'A. AVENUE. 322
Traveler. in want of TRUNKS should not fail to
viait eur extensive ;?a>sroom, occnpTirpi
the entire basement floor, where they wi J
find ere. j description of fine and medium
*ua!it* SOLE LEATHER. La DIES* DRESS
and HACKING TRUNKS. llAT BO&KH, Va
USES. CA R PET BAGS. SATCHELS, ko., that
may be required, at oheapand moderate pricoe.
WALL. STEPHENS A CO.,
_ . . 322 Pennsylvania avenue,
au 35-tf between tfth and l"th street.,
3K DUFONT'S Qf
0 U N F O W D E R . 'f.J
W.ALBERT KING Gsorgrtowih, D. C.. for
yeara pact the Sole Agent in the Oistnot of C olum
bia for Messrs. Dupont A Co., of Wilmington, Del
aware, keeps constantly <?n h?nd a largo ttock of*||
the diner*nt grades of POWDER manulaotured
by them, emhraoing, in part?
Rlaating and Mining Powder, in iftnnd 60 lb. kega
Cannon and Musket do.,<U. s. Govern
- . Hrw.,r\l..^ inland 50lb. k-ia
Sporting F, FF, A FFF. ir PV 12*and 25 lb kega
Ducking Powder, infi1*. T.J, and i5 lb kens
_ do. m I and >* !b. canistera
Uiamond'train do. m i lit canisters
Lag .e H iflu do. in 6)* an* 12* lb. kega
.. P"- <J?? . '*> 1 ""d % lit. cMiistera
I n ' FFF, d't. m5 1 nnd lb. canisters
,, Bo. do, in H lb. flasks and canuters
_ do. in 5 lb. caniatera
If/ Salety Fuse of superior quauty^in barrel,
and aackares.
A:1 ot the al?ove will be sold at manufacture"
prices, and delivered free of charge to any part of
the Diatnot.
The character of Dupor.t'a Powder haa been so
wa?l and .avorably known for a bail century, that
we deem it unnecessary to aay anything in ita
pmise.
IL7" We take pleasure at all times in showing
samples and style of packages to eportsincn a"d
others.
. fC7" Office No. S6 H'*h street, immedintriT ad
joining the Canal Bridge. aeS-tf
PORTRAITS FOR THE MILLION.-A per"
feet Portrait of yourself fo tV> centa. warranted
not to fade. S.noi of theae beautiful pictures made
by Wtodiey m nine weeks. Nooharge unless the
sit.er is perfectly satisfied. Pictures on paper for
?> oenta, which can be sent by mail without extra
oharge. Every variety ef oases kept on hand. 8un
lifht Dot required. K. C. WOODLEY.
. .. m Photographer, No. 312 E street,
_le14-?fn niotr WiH?rda'.
Extensive assortment
or
MAHOGANY, WALNUT. ROSEWOOD AND
OTHER fOrnITURE. at Privatk Salb.
II he sub*onher having completed ins assortment
ol I urnitufe. would respectfully
invite the citizen* of Washing
ton, and the public, to oaii and
?z.imine his "took for thmn
se ves. consisting of
Fine Mahogany, Walnut, Ch-rry, and other Ward
hii?.
Fine Mahogany. \Valnt,and Cherry, Jonny Lmd
tiid other He<1f<tfnds.
F ine Walnut and I", osewood Etrgeres, Ladica' Cab
inets and U hatnots.
Fine Mahogany and Walnut Sofna and Chairs.
*?,n* aolid Oak Marble top awl orner Cottage Cham
r>er ^8ti
Fine Mahogany and Wa nut Dressing and other
Bureans.and Sidelxrards
,n,e(Vah"ea,,y *nd otaer Chairs of every detionp
Fine Marble top, Centra. Sofa, and other Tables,
G1 asJea.Aai" Qnd Crocker? booking
Mr purposo :s to sell as cheap as any other person
in Washington, and on a? favorable terms ; and I
,i,at ?'* rers-.n wishing to purchase
wnl bedisappoiated if they give me a oali.
A. GREI'V,
- n -8"1' No. 526 ?th street.
P L.SIM O N S. '
#? K,- or New Vorh Citt,)
EDGE TOOL MAKER.
Northeast corner^G street north and 7Ui street west
Washington, L>. C.,
Manuracturea and repairs n!! kinrla of Fdge Too's
including .\lHaon*'aid Htone cutters' Tools. Mill
Pioss made and repaired. seS-?m
IV'iL'r J1*--lhRXe a.re,T of those oheap TOILKT
y-fc Tv. 'in winch I will sclj ctienp^rwn
lf'Tr P^roh^s.-d elsewhere. Also JDK/
CHINA. GLASS, and QUEENS WAR E,1EST
etienper thas the cheapest, with mnry other
articles t.M. numerous to montioa, at js Pa. aveiuie,
between 9th and l?>th streets. '
Call and see for yourselves,
ap 15-^m JOHN modevitt.
JNTEREST ALLOWED ON DEFOSITE8.
MOUSYH LOANSTOCK 8ECWKITIM8*
0*?BB BROTBER8, BANKERS,
** "~lf ""?i<H tk* TV?a*wry.
JVV. HUNT, VfiU EUT\KKK, No. 418 7th
? atreet, l??rw?en G and H. keeps
oonstantly on hand every article re-1
auired in his line?a fine Hearse,
Patent Corpse Preserver?. Ac., Ac. His ohargestre
moderate, and his attention inetant on mil. any h<.ur
of the day or night. Hacks furnished for funrrataat
lowest possible rates. nVir
pKESH GOODS JUST RECEIVED"
The subaeriber has ja?t received.oa consignment.
the followinK roods: Ul?
'*> ba-.-els No. I MACKEREL,law,
?' <lrrei? i1"- 2 >1 ACKE R KL. 1858.
i" barrels N??. 3 M AC KERE L. 1k<*,
2^ b^irrela No. ) i| ?? k K INi>S.
!t! L'KS and -'OU.\ DS,
10 kids No. I MACKEREL.
lrkuls No. 2 MACKERr.L.
10ti#roe^ ^OUFISII.
At^?-?4 7th street, opposite Patent Offioa.
'-tf JONAS F LEVY.
TP .. MPI'P magnolia whisky.
H E I ndersicned < fl^r f?r the above stard
aro brand ol hue KVe \\ hiskey.of tweir own distil
n frtrrtl* "nd hVf l"1 rela The qti.ili j nf
the \V hiskr knowu so favorably in the South for
the p^st eight years, will nlviyi b^ kept up to its
former h kn bt^ndnrd. arni purchasers and oon*u tiers
w T'T, V,r'!n lt*1t>*,n< * P rf^ctlT pure Rv , Wf, a
ky, distilled under our owu personal supen-Mion,
and en.ire.y free from ar.r deleterious sub-tanoes
winch renoer nmde up wnisk.es no obj^ctionab e
Always having a ,srr* stoek of the abovi. and other
fine whiskies in New ^ o'k as well as Philad-lpnia.
rood* from either o;ty direct
f' REKMAN A SIMPSON. Pho*nix Distillery.
w Ti,u.ta Krvct Bt- Philadelphia; "> New
l ork, 96 Wall street. oa5-ly
I_ .. groceries. ~
I h wn/w?vt.uh^ap (irneS!lta and Prod?o?. a* ' ?t
J. H. ROtiV S Grocery Store, in the old our of
bee. on Pa. avenue, between 2d and 3d streets, No.
TEA 3? to $1 25per pound.
Qy?r"E*8t?'? d?.
oeBt? (,?
SI G ? R, J to 13 rents.
. i HISKV, ftt cents to per ^tilion,
tK..,V#l?rJlon4ian^ 'iwesaiicl f*i<|tjnrs, ami every
thing that grocers gem-rally deal in. '
ooI 2w johN n. RUBV.
fVJEW GROCERY. WINE AND LIQUOR
lUKK.
7 lull liKs'ni "a h1TP an **"',rtm'nt of VV IN ES,'
a">d hna GROCERIES.
Ct.tfee, Flour,Soap, Olives, Rais
ins, F iga. Sardines.. Anotiovi^a, Ac., all of the moal
approved brands and qualities.
Families and memheri of OoTifrrens areoA.rfioniA.vw
-iswMK'Msaa
Caual Boats supplied on reasouable teiuis anJ
produce taken m exohange. leims, am.
levy's (Md W hisky of HM<, constantly on band
I trPprSd^'lf'rird^"*' to. and Coin
| try Produce, ol atf de.or.pt,on. received ori conai,,.
Sucoeseor to Brereton A Hro'? No. ?4,7ths tr'ee
oornerot F. opposite the Patent Q(W' " u
Clft w A M E
T ?B"<,r'atiou.and fre?h ON STKRS re
oe,ved every dav, aud servod up in every
VL?\?l '?'? "hortest notice, at ben
K t 5ta r It'a'Unf*' "NK?N II AI.L
!int'?i i' ^ k' 1" rear nf Browns'
wh.ti Vn t?r- L* 6th and 7tb. ?
Hie U^tild sSS1.?1""1'1"' kDOWl " "n*urP,"?"1
^il.ii,J~e,,',,rd""wr,r Wl11 ?*opened, in future on
Sunday, from morning until II o^olook p?m
SSSSSf
,n*P^ ? :^*h ?i*rfrl,t'
Gulde^inChooimr ^'^den; intended aa a General
uuiae in i/uoo.ing. Farming, or Impiovinr an Ks
S tx%r? lVr'7 ?f a '* a^? t? "U .aTdril"Jcr..
in ex e t, w h reference t?? hoth Dfsirn mi>h Ktm
""head* lCk *r?r7nu f"? Gardener Friek
pgiititan .rsfcii '?Pfuited from the seo<ir?n li(?nfioh
editioo, rrpatij en ar^ed. aa* iHiurr ted wm M.
ard s. etcher rf G .ide.a
an I Uarde . Obi-ct?; prioe ?2; free t y mul S r4)
Just publ.sh.d ann losalebj ?*>
on '. F R ANK I IN PHILP. -ckseller.
-2SL* Fe-.v. bet. 9.h and !? th sts.
A NVILS. VICKS.TRACE ANDBACK BAND
tV Chains, just reoeived and for sale b?
EVANS A THOMPSON
oeU-lv (StateaAAlexia*.) 336 Pa. avenue.
Tr*T?lon' Directory.
D, ? ? C "MWW O T THE
SOUTHWEST AND NORTHWEST.
Billlmre and Ohie
FALL ARRANGEMENTS.
TWO THROUGH TR~aIns ARE NOW RUN
DAILY, (exoept Sunday,)
FROM WASHINQTOS FOk THE WEST,
as follows:
1st. MAIL TRAIN start. at 7.45 a. m., (Sunday
excepted,) wrn'oiinji eloeely at Waatuuftun J ucc
tion, for the wput and Chicago.
8d. THK C1NC1NN Al*. ST. LOUIS AND
CHICAGO EXPRESS CONNECTION Imrn
Washington al 3J" p. m.. reaching Cincinnati at 8 p.
m. next day. and connecting directly with Kx press
Train for l?ouisville. Cairo and the Southwest. and
for St. Lotus, Kansas, Ac. Time, from Washington
to Cmiirnat:, 2S hour*.or to St. Louts oei?44 botrs.
To view the Grand Mountain Scenery of the Road
in dajli?ht. take either the 7.45a. m. or S.3" p. hi.
tram* ft?m Washington.
For rarkersburr and all Stations on the North
western Virtuua Road take the 3 30 p. m. Train. For
Marietta and Cincinnati Railroad take the same.
Through Tickets and Baggage Chocks lo ail auar
ters, nnn every other possible facility will b? found
upon this route.
WAV PASSKNG ERS for the Main Stem of the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad will leave \\ ashing -
ton as follow*:
Tor all points l>*tween Washington J ?notion and
Pi dinont take the 7.46 a. in. traius.
Foral Stations between Piedmont and Wheel.n*
take the 3 3) p. a.Train. To oonnect with the Fred
enok Tram take the 3 p. m. Train.
FOR BALTIMOrTaND THE EAST.
Leave Washington for Baltimore at 6 15 and 7.45
a. m., a:.?i 3.30 and 4 45 p. m. On Sacday at 3 3i'p. m.
only.
Leave Baltimore at 4.3" and 9.30 a m. and 3jn and
53* p.m. On Sumlav at 4 30 a m. only.
The 7.45 and 4.45 trains only will stop at way sta
tion* and f<.r Annapolis connections.
Tiie 7 a m. andSJn p. ni. are the chief oonneot
inz trains (or tho west, and the 6.15. 7.45 and 3.30
p. m. i rains for the east.
For further information inaaire at the Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad Ticke* office. Washington.
T. H. PARSONS*. Agent.
W. P. SMITH.
_oo4 Master of Tranportatios, Baltimore.
WfALL ARRA*GKMEKT.
ASHINGTON AN L) ALEXANDRIA.
A Boat Every Hour from Each Place.
The Washington and Alexandria E teamhoats will
hereafter run regularlt from the foot l.
of itl? street, Washington, and Kin*
street, Alexandria, every hour froin^^^^^^^*
eao i p ace, from i^i.m. tol'f p. m .as follows :
From Washington?Steamer G*-'0. PAGr.?at
6'a. 9, an1* II a. m., 1.3, *, and*** p. m.
I'rnm Washington?Stean.er 11IOMAS COLL
YER-at 8. In a. m., 12m., 2,4. and S p. m.
From Alexandria?Steamer GKO. PAGE?at
SRi.a. 10a. m., 12 m ,2^,4 avdfcp.m.
From Al"xandria?Steain'r TIIOMAS COLL
Ve.K?at t^?, 9. H a. m , 1. 3, and 5 p. m.. except
Tuesday and Fridaj morning". when the Coilver
will run her regular trips to "Mount Vernon, ' as
heretofore, and *-in:t her trios brtwe n Washington
and A exandria from 9a in. to 4 p. in. only.
The 3??. a. m. an.J 2l4 p. m boats from Alexan
dria o >nreot with Una trains of the Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad for the North and West.
The6\ a. m. and7l4 p. m. Ixists from Washington
oonnect with the trains of the O ange and Alexan
dria Railroad for ihe South and Soutliw?st. se ?9
O T 1 C E TO TRAVELERS.
NF.IT ARRASGEMEST,
With Greatly Improved Schedule.
PROM WASHINGTON DIRECT TO ALL
PARTS OF
THE SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST,
Via I'ttomac Mtrameri and Klrhnsend aad
Potomac Railroad Line.
Two fa-1 dai'y lir.es from Washington for the
South and Southwest. Boats leave their berths, foot
ol tith street, at li1-* a. m and7Kp m. Passengers hv
the morning N>at can ol.ran a fine breakfast mi board
and enjoy a ploasnnt sail ol 3>? hours down the l>eau
ti ul Potomac panning in full view of Mount Vernon.
By the evening !*?? they insure a good supper and a
rest of four hours in comfortable Iterths or state
room*, nnd arrive in Richmond is lime to connect
with a'I the trains for the South antf Southwest.
The Great Southern .\laii is o>>nve?ed over thia
route, it being 44 miles shorter and KO miles less
railroading than by any other route,
making certain oonn?otions to
Fr'.d'Ticki^turi;, Riehmr.nd, and Petersburg, Va.,
Wrldon and Wilmtngton. JV. C.,
Charleston, S C , Augusta, Georgia,
Mr>n'zom*Ty and Mobile, Ala.,
flirtet to New OrUans and all South'rn Cities
and Town3.
Also, oonnect at Richmond with the Danville,
Sou'hside, Vir*iiiia, Tenuegsee,and East Tennes
see Kairofvls
For THK Sojibwest TO
lHnvillle, Bristol, D.vilon,
Chattan<x'ta, Muntsville, Memphis,
Lynchburg, Knoxvillc, Atlanta.
N.'ishville, Grand Junotion,
Montgomery. and NewOileans.
For through tickets and further information of
the rou'.e, inquire at the Southern Ticket Olfice,
N o. .172 I'e-.n avenue, one door enat ol Myowna'
Hotel, or on l>oard the boats, foot of fith street
? i?:<?. E. MATTINGLY.
so 16 It < I'nionl Ticket Arent.
E VV ARRANGEMENT!
(}R EAT SOUTHWESTERN ROUTE
Via Ornnje and Alexandria Railroad.
FRO.-V1 WASIIINOrON t'lTr, D. C.
Virginia, Tennessee,
GKOPGIA, ALABAMA,
MISSISSIPPI, LOl'ISI ANA,
ARKANSAS, and TEXAS.
THROUGH TICKKTS can b? obtained at the
GKEAT St?UTHWESTERN KAIL ROAD
OFFICE, corner of Pennsylvania avenue and 6th
street, Washington, on lioard of the Steam Ferry
Boet George Page, or at tne offioe of the Orangeacd
Alexandria Rau.-oad, at Alexandria.
TO
Richmond, Danvtl/e, Lynchburg, Bristol,
KnoTvi/le, DaJton, Atlanta, Chattanooga.
Nashville, Huntsville, Grand Junction,
Memphis, Montgomery and Neir Orleans,
By a direot route, a. <1 continuous railway oonueo
tions to Memphis.
Affording greater F rptdinon nnd Comfort and
being over 2<*> mil. * shorter than by any other route.
The steam f rrr boat George Page leaves the fi>ot
of7Mi stieet at <?V n. in., for Alexandria, where pis
rengcrs take the cars lor Kiohmoiid. Chariottsviile,
Stam;ton, Wnite Sulphur Sirriugs, Woodstiick. A c ,
and at 7\ p. in. for Richmond and al! points South
west, making aure end close connections to Mem
phis.
Baggage Wagons and Omnibuses leave the office.
Pa. as enue, at 6 o'clock a. ;n. and 7 p. m.
JAMES A. EVANS, Agent.
jo 17-tf Washington.
'inili V1KGINIA SPRINGS.?Passengers foi
the. Orange and Alex rJ9 _ ?
atdria I'mlroad. by leavingi
their names at the office o!(
the Alexandria and Washington Railroad, 7th ??.
and I.omsiana avenue, wili l?e cailed for and ovu
vered to the Lung Bridce station, where a good
broakfast enn tie obtained. This line ca rics the
IT. S. Mail for the O. k A. R. R. Passengers will
find it free from the annoyance of wagons and borsei
that is met with on the boat. It is the most ex pa.
ditinus. and. in mr.ny instances, the most economi
cal route. Coaches eonneot with every train from
Baltimore.
N B.?Coaches furnished for Excursions and Tie
Nica. iw24 tf
WJN1TED STATES MAIL,"UNI.
Only Regular Lina, and Without Failure
for Eight Years.
FOR CALIFORNIA AND OREGON,
Via Panama Railroad.
Rtguiar Sailing Days, 5th f'HUii of tack month.
Cautiow.?So mMiy frauds and impo
sitions of various kinds have tarn latelr
perpetra'ed on Uavelers bound to CA LI -'
FOItNI A, that the snbftOMher. tlio only anthonzed
agen* for parkace by the IT. S. Mail t.uie. via Pana
ma in the oitv of New York, feels it his duty to
oaution all persons seeking passage to California,
tb r. to a void imposition, tney must be careful to
finiithetrue offieeofthe Steanshipa ol the U. S.
Mail l.i^e, via Panama Kailroa<*,a? no other rffioe
in Now Vork is authorized to engage passage
The Companies have only one offic? in New Vork,
wh.e'i is at i77 West ? troet. corner of Warren st.,
fronting on the North River, at the head of the
Company's Wharf.
\r> Ooserve my si- n over the door.
. 'e 13 J. W. R A ? MONI). Ag?nt. New York.
THE PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COM
1 PA NY.
One of the Steamshias of this Coinpauy. carrying
the Fnited stales Mail for ACAPIJLO.
CALIFORNIA and OR KG ON, leaves)
Panama t w-iee ea'rli month, on t he arrival1
of tin- I'mt^d State* Mail S. Company's steamers,
which leave New Orleans and New York regularlT
on the Sth and 2r-tli of each nmnth with the mails
and passengers, oomieotiug via PANAMA RAIL
ROADS.
These steamships have been inspected and ap
proved by the Navy Department,and guaranty *ptrd
and rifely,
I he Pariamn Rai road (47 miles ke g) is now oom
pteted from oo an toooear., and is crossed in 3 <>r 4
n<>urs The basgage of passengers is checked in
New Vork through to San Francisco,and passengers
are eibbaiked at I'anama by steamer at the o<>m
pany's expanse The money paid in New York
covers all ex peases ofth* trip.
Reserve steamers are kept in port in Panama and
San Franoisoo. to prevent ilotentiHri incase of aooi
dent, so that the route is entirely reliable?no failure
hav ing occurred in eight years.
Pahsencers leave Panama the sains day they ar
rive at Aspinwall.
Conductor* sothrongh hv each steamer, and take
charge of women and oh ldreq without other pro
tec'ors.
For throegh tickets at the lowest rates apply at
theagenc*. 177 Wpst s'reet. New York.to W.
R A YMOND.-<?r to A R MS+KONO. HA R R IS A
CO., New Orleans,?or C. L. BARTL.KTT. Bos
ton. i?* ,r
C'HARLES N. KUGLER,
> A'o 518 Pa' avenue, between 21 and id its ,
Will furnish ni d ser.d ICKCRA M in any part Of
the ci'i at <91 50 per ?a Ion ; 4? oen?s s quait.
t entivaU. Bel's and ParUesofall kinds furnished <>a
tMl2"3l!|r'MOB*W' C. N. Kuoi-ss.
L
Sali
A DIES' TUCK and all eorU of COMBS at
sk.mas
Dentistry*
T|K NTI8T1 Y.?Ut. THOMAS O. HILLS.
? " Oftje 2S0 Pena. avenue, naxt to Uaa ^
tier's?B:s operations embriMje all the 1,1 PWff
est improvements. and l?r the use of the^*-'' *?*
Cheop aetio Prooass he makea whole or partial set*
of Teetb superior to those made by any other plan,
at half the prices efarged for geld. Specimens and
testimonials exhibited. He la the oniy agect for it
in Washington. a>y ly
?TREM.
? LOtlMIK M. D., tha inventor and pataolN
of the Mmtral Piatt Tttth. attends per
sonally at his ottoa in this ?ty.
Many persons can wear theaa Teeth who
cannot wear otnera : and no peraon can wear other*
who cannot wear thaae.
Persoas calling at ray office oan ba aooomanodated
with aay atyla and price of Teeth thai may deaira ;
but to those who are particular and w ah the purest
meanest, strongest. a d moei parfaot denture that*
art can produoe, tha Mineral i'lata will be mora
fully warranted.
Koonia in thia citv, 3^ Penn. avenue, be?we?? Mh
and loth atreeta ; alao, 907 Arch street. Philadelphia.
aa? ly ?
D dentistry improved. , .
R.Ml'NSON la now setting TeMh o0 V?l?
it*, combining the irresietib.e advantasee^
of cheapness, durability. usefulness and in
oieased comfort. Those having hadly Su
ing p atescan n >w be guarantied a perfect fit. Teeth
moui ttd <>u Vuicauite wi I ooat one thi:d >?a than
(told, and are l?r superior in every respect. Call
and a*e apeotiuena at 338 Pennsylvania arena*.
se7-eoiv
1)
DENTISTRY.
R.STEPHEN BAILY,
Office i<? Pk:i>?ti.vania AwxtB,
Three doors from Uf4 sfrwr.
Dr. HAILV begs Ieare to inform the public that
he can l?e aeen at all boars,at his offioe,
located as above. Ha feel* aasured liiat ru]
experience of fifteen years' practise, with
the large nnmber of patients, and treat variety of
difficult casts that he nas trusted successfully. will
enable him to surmount anv difficult r, scientific or
otherwise, relating to the I'eetd. His own eaperi
enoc confirming the opinion of man* men eminent la
the profession, and eepeoiaoy lira. Harris and J.and
E. Parmly. has led him. long since, to discard a.l
mercuritv: preparations for filling the teetb, alao all
Enamels. Guita Peteha, India Rubber and Omenta
for tha o 'lis* ruction of Continuous 'turn Teeth, and
that Porcelain, nsoui.ted on Gold Plate. ia the only
rcliah'e substnnoe tnat can l?e worn in the mouth, as
was moil o no:usively ahown L>? the ia?t Amerioan
Der.ta; Convention.
Although he flatters himself from h.s l->ng resi
dence and praoti.e in Washington he is favorably
known to his numerous frierds and patrons, be bege
leave to refer them to the following
TESTIMONIAL*.
From Ike l*tt Rictor of the C kurtk ?/ Epiphany,
of this city:
Da.STXPHKN Bailt: Dear Sir?I desire to ex
press my esteem tor yoa personally, and iqt confi
dence in you as a auperior drntiat. l'he operations
executed for me have been highly satisfactory. I
hope that you may receive the patronaxe from my
friends an1 tha public that your skill so wall de
serves. Yours very truiy.
Washington, Aug.23. 1M6. J. W. FRENCH.
From one of the oldest firms is Baltiwiort?
AfiiJ". Bogus, Cotvwn t Ca.
Having employed Dr. Me,men Baily. Surgeon
Dentist, of \\ ashington oity, to execute for uia an
important and d tbouit piece of work, which he did
to my entire satisfaction, and in view of the faot that
ob e of the most distinzuished members of the Den
tal Collet* M Baltimore tailed.after repea ed tuals,
to perform the aame work satisfactorily, i? gives ine
great cieaeure to express my entire oonhdecoe and
high estimation of ms profra<>< i.al skill.
Baltimore, Jan-12, IS7. IIAKMA VN BOGG9.
Extract from a note rtreind from the late Hon.
John M Clayton.
tT. S. Senate, Ang 19. 18"?.
The teeth you made for me work admiral, y ; no
thirg oould be better. Very grat^f^iiiy.
JOHN M.CLAYTON.
To thoee seeking relief from the maladies of the
teeth, I can cheeriul'.y reor/inmend Dr. S. Bailv as a
superior der.tiht He made a se'of porc ain teeth
for one of my family, and plugged several teeth for
m*self, and the work has a., stood wel for more
than tenjcars. ROBERT T. NIXON,
April 19,18?6. Va. Conf. M. E Church South.
We. the undersigned, having had occasion toavail
ourselves of the professional skill oi Dr. S. Baily,
Sur5?< n Ucntift of this city, or navius beer cogni
sant ol his operations on our lami!ie*or friend *. t <ke
pleasure in expressing our admiration of hisart.etio
skill, as wel; a* the uniformly satisfactory manner
Hi which he performs the most delicate and difficult
operations in Denta1 Stirrer*, and we re?peetfu'.ly
rr-oommend htm to the confidence and patronage of
the public, of wiiioli wo consider him eminently
worth*.
Thomas U. Waltr*. Architect U. S. Capito*.
Thomas Mix.iKB, M. D , of Washington, D. C.
B.S. Bohrrr, M. 1). of Georgetown, D. C.
N.S. Lincoln, aM I)., of Washington, D. C.
Jos II. Bkadlkt, of Washington, D C.
Geokgk Waithj, Ex Governor of Florida.
Wai.tkr L*m>x, Ex-MaTor of Washington.
Hc.attr Baldwin, I'. S Patent (?fhce.
O. ?J. Wight, Principal ftitrenhouse Academy,
fe?>2n tf
Dr. r. finley hunt,
DENTIST..
No. Sin Pennsylvania avenue, J
Will perform all operations belonging to his
profession at his old eetalliahed ..(hoe, as above.
d 19-tf
WHEN IN THE COURSE OF H I'M AN
events. Lviiesand Gent emen lose one of their
greatest natural attractions?a fine head of hair?it
bcooines a matter cf serious inipcTtarice, and th?
?|uestion is what shall wo d<> to st> p the nair from
ailing off, and rettore ite vigor and I'eauty ? In re
ply to this a :ery, we brt to say .try DK. HARRIS'
HAIR PROMOTER AND IMPROVER. A few
applications vrill stop the hair fn ling >>r breaking,
remove d&ndruH, keep the scalp ciean ar.d white.
and impart freshness and vigor to the hair; and
although you may have been tmid twei:ty years, the
continues use of it two months will insure you a
I ll V ll r ftt.? li?r..4 nf <"*e'l n * .i ?U ? ?A . t
luxuriant head of hair. Call and get a bottle. an4 if
not satisfied, after the eooond app.ioatiou, return it
a&d get the prioe paid.
Ask for Dr. Harris' Hair Promoter and improver.
Sold in Richmond ly W. PETkKS* >\, Drug
gist, oorrer Maui and ISth, and .Main and Wail sts.,
audio Washington city by D. Gil.MAN, Drug
gist, Browre' Hotel Buiidir^t. Pa. avenue, cxd D.
H. CLARK, Druggist, corner IX street and Pa.
ETBnne. ap I ly
I O N G W O R T H Y ' 8
U rURE OHIO
CATAWBA BRANDY.
S N. PIKE, Sole Proprietor.
1ft ana Sycamore ftrett, Cincinnati, Ohio.
This ltra>;dy has been nuirnfsornred for several
years from the Pure Jiueeof the CVawba Grape,
thus :.f! >rd:ng addlt'oiwl ei-ideneo ?>f the procr^x*
of American ente. prise and industry, and of oor
ability t<> produce unices at h'?ra-. c^iial to those
made b> any other na ion.
The OHIO CATAWBA BRANDY not only
equals but excels the best Imported Brandt's, in
purity and flavor. It is. in fact the l?est Brandy
Known. This statement is fu!N corroborated by the
C>*rtifica'es ol our most distil.*uished anehtioal
Chemists.
li is a sure Remedy for, Oyspepsia, Fla'u
lenc?. Cramp. Cholic, l.ancuor, !.???? Spirits. Gene
ral JQebility. Ac. No iamily shontd be without it.
IP?" K e an price 91per Itottle.
SfTN. Pike has appointed DaS'L. B C' ARKE,
D'tierist and Pha-macontist. corner of Pa. avenue
v.d 4.li street. Sole Agent for the Distnot, where
dealers and customers will p ease forward their
orders. au 14
Haktshorne*s CI re all.
THE HRF.AT P A IX A .V.V' HIL A TOR.
AD REMEDY FOR D> SPKPS< A. WEAK
SI OMACH AM) ?'E?K BOWEL!*.
Put. I1 A h l> R Y A C HE M I > r.
Pottlks li. 2S and y> cents arwl ???,* dollar.
THEOKEATEST DISCOVERY IN MEDICAL
SCI KN'CK
H ARTSHORE'S'CI RE ALL shou'd ?^e kept
in all families inca?e of ?ccidents or sudden sick
ueFS. as it frequent y c.res in less time than it re
quirrs to get a physician.
It our?s pain in any part of the system end is used
external'y ami internally.
\ZT As the frequent ohanges of the wesrther pro
duce a lid Cold, Rheumatism, Pain in the Limbs
and Body ; alao. Stiff Neck?every person should
ret a boitle. It acts upon the Nerves, Mi'tcies,
?snews, Bloo't and Bones ; and, by its w\rming ?iee
troinasnctic power, expeis all pain lrom the system.
Get a bottle and try it.
N. B. ?If vou have a Courh. use HARTS
HORIME'S PECTORAL SYRUP OF WILD
CHERRY? it is the best Cough Syrcp in the
World.
If yon are Bilious, use HARTSHORNE'S
ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS. They act upon the Liv
er. Stomach and Bowels, oarry :ng off all Bile and
Foul Seoretior.s.
The above ice<!icines to be had at all l>.'? Stores
in Washington citj ; Kidweil * Cisceli at George
town : H. Peel & C<>. Alexandria. oc 11 - tr
S IMPROVE YOWR EVES.
TRENGTHEN and rssist them, by the Parts
Optician, D. WOOLFSON, who /jaj\c*x
has arrived from Europe with his AJR
own, as we!T as the maiiiitWet ure of a good aiaoy
others of the latest improvts' SPKCTACLKS and
BYE-Gl.ASSKS: Mri'.ni wh:ch are th*
PERISCOPiC CONCAVE and CONVEX, The
DOUBLE FOCUS and DOt HLE POLISHED I
BRAZILIAN PEBBLKS, CR VST A t.S, Eto.,
Which are warrantee to improve any EVE atlected
with weakness, catiiract or lri,d?n? to it; a.s?
SHORT-SIGHTEDNESS,
Persons wfioare c^'tipe;iuc' to useg!asso?,orthoee
n.^w usm^ them,will be suitwl at first sifi.t. TLoee
Wonderful
DOUBLE-POLISH KD VKNE'/UEUAN
CRVbTAL ROCK
bave received Hie highest recommendations at the
World's Fair, at Pans, through their producing a
Olearnes? and easiness of visiot< heretofore unkuowi
in any other improvements.
A ?no. a.i styles of OPERA, SPY, a:.d MA
F VI N G G I. A SS EH, Coir. pa? ?es, at, d M i?r - -
AGNI
. . ^ .... ..?? ?-???!. ,.????, nii-i 1*1 io*
are for sale at his store, oorner of Kirhth st/ert sud
Pennsylvania aveuue, or Eighth stieotNo.4Mi.be
Iween I) street and Pa. aveuue.
ir^ Ito net wit links ?4s rosir of Si4 t
Prioes very reasonable, the same as at bis esistr
iiahment in Kama*. a?-tf
y|\R. H. J AMh*,THE RE I IREH l'H> Sl
/ I? cian. disoovered. while in the K.a*t m<lies,
J . crrtmr tii'e for Consumption, Asthma. Hron
#3hiHs, CouKhs^t'olds, and Urnsrnl Dehili'y The
f remedy was discovered bj hitu when his only
I chi d, a daughter, was iiven us to die. IliscMld
| was cured nnd is oo? alive and well Desirous I
of t>euefitine his fellow mortals be will send, to I
tho?e who wish it. the recipe oomaining fu'l di f
rections for making and usinr this remedy, f*ee, f
on receipt of their names. Address /
O. P, BROWN, /
an 6 3iu No. 1? Grand St.. Jersey City. N. J. f
op Washington 19
1 GIBUS'S VEGKTA BLE BAI PAM perfirm
tng almost miracles in coveriu^ up Rsid Heade snit
?nrln# ?*> ^.?i, |lii-aiM *# a Ca?>
C'rtM'K", BONDS. AMI SECURITIES
k tM'Ught and noUi o 1 ooinmiM>ion.
LOAN?* and HUSfNKW PAPKR n#.*oti?ied.
Notes secured by Kaal K^tate wilt b? boacht and
1 aold. 1
ool In M. SNYDER * BON.
Medicine*
rrHb fetBT 'lN TBI
1 r WORLD.
T?i?K?f co?t*iK evao*
UA*T!*llOAM-*8 PfcCTOKAL SYRUP <?F
vwgfiT'.ittt nv"
* irfMrN hy a MmiiiI
Thi? article i. prepar
mnMtit !?? me4jav smb. Mid LfcoM who Uvf ??M
it, lo b* lh* beat i(*pv<UnB lor r??f CoTjt,
C anttM, P r0mrhiti$, tfiMirtrntu. Sv
/r#m a c atd. *00 a preventive ef taal iioa uf die
eee-a, ('??<?inf'irtl,
r?rwa? wtiu ?r| .houid ?? it. It i. t??
the uiK. a f"ei a. clear. and ?treiurthe*ie the rot**,
aoaya all irrita;?oi of the ihioat ud lunji, a ad pre
vent. tat inc ootot.
ffl" H.ttle. 3f> and %r oenta and 91. I*?M b? all
Dritiiiti it v\ asungtia. tieorcetewn and Alum
ana. wj|5
/ <OHI)UM'C ASIATIC .MIXlLRfc-A Mia.
\? ?pee<1?. ar.d certain cure for Cbotva
Flat, t^y .enter*. Oiarrbee.'aml all atfeatieae af the
Rowela, and for Summer Cowpiatnt ?.'hodreo.
Th.re ia no Meuioirie equal to it: it would aot in
gure an mfai.t a month old. Tup ml??r,kr ha.
?aed it in haa family for n?ora than tan *ear?. aa4
acpp.ied the afflicted frwnf charr*. with entire ??e
Ofii in aver* oaae. Ha ia now induced t?? gentle
m?r in tine ml*. that have tested it* virtue. lo riara
it in the dilmnt rna Mi'fti m WmIumuw lor
aala. Manulact ureii and for aa>? t>>
ir?i. boRnoN.
au Jo Sm No. SiS Pa.av.. \\ a?hir>irton. P C.
P C A 7 * B K M A A .
ROTKCTKD Of Royal Lettara intact ft
England, ? od aeourhd br the Seal* of U>e fcoo.e A?
rfcamaotede Par.aaod the Impe' a! Col eje efMed
Cine. Vierua. 1 r;e*e:nar So. I it a remedy far R?
iaxatioa, rfiKT*. and Kzhaaation of the
Syttem. Trtaeaoaar No. ineffectually, ia the ahort
apace of three di?*. completely am! atiliraiy eradi
oatea all trace* of thoeedteorders w hioh oopaviaaad
oabehe bate ao i?.n* f>een thought aii antidote lor. to
the ruin wl the baa.m <>! a vast portion of tha p< pa
lat.oo. Tricaemar No. S ;a the treat Continent!'
remedy for that c!n?. ?if dieordara whfh. nnforte
nate'y, the Knt!t*li rh? acien treat. with mercury,
to the itevitaiJe <leatruoiion of tha pauaot'a eor.au
tnttoa. and whicr. all the aataapari ia in li>a world
cannot remove. Triesemar N<-a. l.a, and 3 are e. ika
devoid of taate or smell. and of all raua'HUing aurJJ
tiaa. They ma* Ita <>a the toilet table without their
use bdag inspected. ^o:d >c tin enaea[.and <lir*ded
In aeptmte doaer aa ndrriirnaterM ty veipeaa, IaI
ler.an. Res*, Ac.. Ao. Pnoe #S ea<
or f >ur o\aaa in o^a for #<?. whiob aavea ?r. aad
9.T catce.
Sold by l)r. H. A. BAR ROW. No. 19) Trinee at..a
few hiocaa weat of iirt?aJw*y, New York. !rnme
dmtei* on reoe-a of the amount Dr. R. will forward
the 9^aaaeaofTn*aem*t.!uid the large aiaee. ?u
ri&ce paul.tho* maurinr tenpin* Kuropnan preyara
tiona. The oaaea aiao aent, hut not Iree of oar
na?e. Conanitation* aa urua!. froir II a. m. tilt I
a. m. and from 4 till s p. m.. at No. iit Prince at., a
few olooJr* weat of IIroadwa*. fe 1 ly
Ft R C T I A N I T Kir,
Ol, PtOT RCT HD
Aelatiea ef Tretexide ef I rev ? einhiaed.
Havinc aucceaafu'iy pifaed th? rrdeal to wh.oh
new dicooveriea in t'ie Materia Mrdicaare
anhje^ted. itiir now l?e reaeived aa
an eataWrhe<l med>eine. Ita
Kdi??f in Curiae
Dy??rp?ia. ?f <*? Ltvr, Dr?p*ir,
Afironrh i'?? mni Cim*umptfa* T
dtmctts, Ihtord'rid Stat* t>( tkt Ulead. tint!*,
Scarry, Tk* Proxtre rt?( of Limd er
M't ary, Gmtrmi Drhilfty. and all
tekitk Tfimir'i Tam<c*md Allrtaiivt M-diem,,
ia be* on'I queetion.
The Proofaof ita emcaci are m? iiumerona. ao well
authenticated; and of cuoh peculiar
chaiacter, that aulferers cannot v
reaa mably her itr.te to receive the /.<-v. St HA
proffered ?id. ?
The P K HUT IA Y SYHVFi
lUi
doea not proldaa to be a Cure-nl _
but ita rai.ee ia cxtenaive. Ifmutrl
mmr diaeaeea, apparcnlly unl.ke
aremtim^telj re ated.aud nroi^eed
mc from oo? cauac. mav f>e enred _?
by one ram?*d*. The elara of diaeaaet lor whio?i
the Syrup prondeaa cur?. ia precisely that which
haa eo often Intfled the hicneat order of medioal
?kill. The faotaare lauciiue. tne witne??e? aeoee
ait>ie,ann the aalet) and *rlic.T-j oftJi? Hyrup mcon
trovcrtib'e. "I hone ? ho may wiah for .*n npinirm
from di?in'eret:cd periori* renpertinr the charaotrr
of the S> rnp oann? f fail to be *ati?fied wit* the f*>:
lowmc imoni nnmeroua tevtimor.iala :n ike hnnda
of the Aaenta. The aianature* a{~ t"oae ??f ^?ntle
men well krown in the ooiuinunity, and o| the
hirhral reapectal.ility:
Caki>.?Th? nn?irr^1c?ieJ harlnc (!<? U?ii?6rUl
fffwU of th? *' F^r n ? ? In i.ol LmIUI- Ki im oai
uen<1 It t*? th* of Um pubMc.
Kr??ni own wHI a# from Ui? t?t
of oil??iR. whof? l?it-I!iu? nr^ ?i. I luie^iiVf ?r? alii R?<h v
aiiqn??tionAb!?. we b?v? uo <!? nbl ?.?f It* of
Id' tpknt f of t||? | iifix* "Q't Bronrhial r*"a.H,
l))ii>f|>nU, Liter (\iin(>U1rt . K?*a .
ita wo?l<1 b? inrre tthle, bot fr*>m fti *1 ctMradtr
of C!i%a? who h*\? wfiimwH tW*m, Aud !???* %i?lon??M?r?a4
Ibolr ?? w# do cur*, !?? id rem ?>r?t*r? |?.w*r?
Ktv J >n% C.
Th'.*o a. DitTrt, frrici Haiikt,
h M. kKK'UI.L, M D. Jamra C. I>? m*.
Baii kl May.
It w?ll known OiAt tl?* ?(fort of Pro|osl<l?of
Iron !? l\?9l by even a % fry I rief rijiomre lo air, au4 fliat to
KAtntaio a oolntlou <?f fn.t ?Jt?4e i f Ir??i?, w.thoet furlii r
OBblot.on, I.a* b?en lir|vt tl?e r#rnvun
Syrop, tiii* * i^ ltit It att^ln^d rouninatwh ik a
WAT m.Miki: t *K*0* n. Mill thl? ??? utton may rrp ace ?il %'<?
Prolo raib-naku citrate*, and tartiate* of the M?Urta
Metlira. a A Harm, ? D..
iPMjer to tha ^tAt* of
If b yieUM firwt. D<wtel.
For aale by Orarrieta renerally. Prioe for larita
bottle*, #2; modiam aixed Inirtiee. fl.
N. L.. rt.ARKA CI ?. Proprietor#. Roaton.
For aale in Waalunitton by Z. 1?. Oiinian. Special
A*ent; Nairn A P*io cr, John Sehwartxe, I.. M.
Smth. V. Harbauch, H. H. McPheraon. F. **.
WaUh.Joreph Bury. Jan. H. Stone. J. !*. Lovejoy,
Dr l>. It Clnrke. I>. RH<e y ; and in Georeetowo
br R . J. Ciaaell. end J. L. Kiawe 1. ae .t 6m
O,
THE UK FAT ImSPFR
THF N1NKTKF.NTH CENTURY.
PROFCSMIR WOOD'S
HAIR KKSTOHATIVE.
Say a the Letup (Mo ) Dernocrmt: B?low w?
pul lis). a letter to Dr. Wood, of this from n
ifiit.emf?u in M"inf, ss fiow&n^l? c f th?
?urenor meritf % U*r Ml ^tlco evidenoe
m? ?t have it? edcct, when conaiif from a r?iiat.e
aour^e. !f oertit")M??f are g'lir&ijiMs of truth, the
Dr. (.feds r.o #2iouiu;uibP, Lt?r use.c.a putferf frum
tae preea :
Bat*. Main# Janaarr M, l?M
fw>ria*"i O. J. Woon k 0?.:? O^titlemeri Havinc n y al
tentlan ia M a few in??ntt s sibce to the highly ? ?al
edeota of your Hair v a, 1 f. aa iii41u^?m1 to make ?p
p loatl'^B of It apon n.y own hair, whicli Ud t*e*cat# ^u-ae
gray, proi ably o? o-thlr4 wUtto; my wmnk^ra were ??f aavu*
rh\ra* ter. h n?? t ree m- utl;? ? iio I (????. -irwl a h*?M>
y??or Hair Kefioratlra, ai 4 nsM t I imh>b f* qihI it a aa
proelliK what I l?a1 w.aLed I uae-! it about twlre a I
ha*e aln?"e prof?r^l another bo?t!a of which l haara
eone 1 ran now cortUy to the a*?ri 1 that tha gray or whtt*
hair lias totally ?'!?* |?^ar?d, l*oth "ii my hea^ an > fa**e, ai?4
my hair haa r^snmeA Ita i.atural color, an<l 1 Mitt* m? ra
soft ibd |U'*iy than It has boon before u?r twenty flee ymit
I am now at At \ y*ar* oM , my K?n><t a tie at the a*a af Hftj
two, haK ua?x1 U with Mm? ?-fwt
Tha above notice I do-w? da? yoo for T^ar ealnel'le eta
corary. I am aaanro?t that whoever will rtptitty n?e. aa |>?r
dirt- >lona, will rot tiara o<caatr>n to ?*outrad??t my etate
ceula. I am a 'illxeu ? f ibia cMy aid a rtaiikal u#r- l? r tha
laat nrt^oii yaara. aud am k.n?*aii to L**ai ly ?\ery ? u* he- o
and adja ent tawaa. A?iy t r+ y.-n a.ay mak? of the abova,
^"Ith my ti>?roa aita'oH, la at j onr a^rrV* . aa | a j*|> to pra
?eraa the beaut of nalarc in other* aa wall ae m* a?*f.
1 em. truly yaara, A. C. HAYttUKD.
WOOD'S HAIR KESTOKATiri'.
jMiin.r !* l?*a.
Partrinai>a Ww IW,r P!r. Kot.i h.4 Uf niiikinni #to
I"*' 'I* I*"* P"' II"" KniJ lia'r.f *<lc tl>? I- <4 U. yrlw*
f?T?r la ii.m llrle.11. Hi imi. I h .. iiidNf^' l? uuk. . Ii lal
of yonr |> ?|<a:.;i:>a, rud (?tn I II It anorr ?? tti* very
ih'Bs I1M-I"-' M-. Iiklr I. u,.T Ihlrk aall -l"??y. an<1 ??
w?Ha r?n uprw ? r Ab!l(ali<ib? I" T..a in |ir ni it.
?f!'l?1?nik?tr.Mtr, ri.M.KV Jilt .NWIN
Tl>? Bi?t?i.ljUrtl K*\ J. K. Kraas. <?? imoiaM* n r (alar
?UnJiuc and p*?lcr <?' Ue Ortli'^lux Cliarch .1 Hr-v W.? M.
tw> Hr I. 1 of ^imI lulBru t ?n'l niilr^r?.lly
beloved. an. i?rea
?a<M)ariau?. Jaaeary It. l*?a.
ranmaoa #ooi??tVarHlr. Motuf r.?'k? irl.l of year
8%ir B?.l 1 .lir-. 11 Ki,?. to, plM-.rflo .*j. H- .l tl. I
h*. boon virrllrnl In r?m'rin. 1iin.niin.imn <S?ti<lraR tcl
a conMant tenderer lo Itr-hlnic with olilrh 1 )>.*? twon
tiuatl.d frne my elilMknoi, ai.d bM alM> rr*t?rid 01 j laa*r,
whl.li ?a. b.er.min* *ray. v. iu or ciii.I .ilur I U.r* o-wl
no ri?.or artld. with *iiy:htnf tike Uie r.tur ilM*nn or
frail. Tear, truly, j fc. mtu
The ReatoratiTe is put iij? ia hottlee ofs m?i,
?il: Urec. ine-lium, and ewll; the email hold# S
a pint, ard ret".il. for Jjl per Iwittle; the medinm
hold*at least twenty per tjonr. more in pn'eortion
than the emad. ret&ile for 92 ver l^n.ei the larte
ho.da a euart, forty per oest. more in proportion and
retail, for AS.
^VOOD A CO., Proprietor*.312 Broadway
New ^ ork, oil the treat N V. \\ ire Ka:iin? Katah
hahment.iand 114 Market at..St Louia. Mo.
And e??lu uy a.1 good l>rn((iitaand Fa;;e* G??ode
a? 17 f
A r E K' S
CHERRY PECTORAL,
l ot the lUi tv Trmoi
coi.uk. coughs, and
HOAHSESESS.
Thrvo*h a triai of inruiv I -are. and throuch ever?
naUoaofotvilisedmen. A\ KH'SCHKRKv PKC
TtiRAl. haa l>eeii found to allord more relief and to
cure more caaes of pnlmorari diaeaae thnnar.y o'her
reined* know to iiiank:i>d. t ree* ofappurer' * aet
tled conaom?tion l>ave i^een ?'areil t>y if. and tb?e.
aii'ia of aurtVrera who were <l?^>tne<] !*toml the r?-acn
I e4 human aid have l*eii r?*tor?.l to tl.eir lriei:?lfc nn-l
' uaelelnrote. t<?e?nitiU health ai.d the eijo;menta
1 I., thta'v iM.wrfu: anfi'i *te to dia^a?e* o( t'e
Wn?.a ?<:*' t?ir?'?t. Il?re a ruld had aeti;e<l op tha
junta. | he dr* hiw ku.a eo?r h. Ill* *la??* e>e, ai.d
the i^a.e. Iliiii (??atuiek <1 t.iiii arii?i ar-a late.) 'U*<f
and a'roii*. wlu?i.ef to a!! I>ul hi in I'oNerarTioi
He trie* evrrythnu . I ill *h ? d *?a?e i? prn*wm< at
hie vital* and ?????* i*a fal'l **inptom* m< re and
moreover fill hi* Inwpo. ?leiatakin* the I'llrH
KY PM'TOK Al. now: il l??a *iopp?d u * o>?nrh.
made h.a l>reatliii.K e-*? . to* a n-i in aouiid vt m*hf;
hie appelite retur;.* a?!?l a rh i? li.a etreegfh I lie
dirt ohioti |><eru dli .mdei lin krn. Kiwreety any
nei>hl>o*hoo?l <*u l^fouud which |i*a nof *oine 1?a*
hie trophy like ihi? to shadow forth Hi* iir*'*!
whieh liave won for the flier.y Pecforoi an im
C, i*bah:e renown. Uel ite e*eleineaadoe? n.rt ^nd
re. JSay.itaoc mplielie* in.oelrt preventi.Hi rh*r.
uare. The oonutleea nolda aixl oouch. wkioli it
cure, are the *?ed which w uld have ripened u'o a
dravlful harvest of in<-U'at>e diera*e?. Inlluef.aa.
Croup. |lr >nchitia, Hoeraenee* Ptooriey, V^hoop
m> t'on:li.and al. irritation, of the throat aid lente
are ea.ily oered l>y the l'H*.KKV PI"*C IOR *Lil
lakou inaeaeon. Kver* faniiii ahould have it t?y
them, end the* will hnti it au m*a.Bal?le proteotion
from the inaidn- u. pr> ? er whioh came, ofl the
Karent .heep from aiany a Bock and the darl uc amj
om many a home.
Autnentioated evidence of theae fa?t.. with mree
tione for the treat-nent ef each ?(mp4i*l. a<M "?
found in Ayar'. Americn A.awc, of w^Mch we
puhliah three million* end aoatter m*m bmedoaer
over the earth, in order thfit the ?iek ?wnwl'"*
may have before thMii tt'e inform tiea
flrucci.ta and .iea.fr* ui uiedieiue *
t beiu for dmnl ut.or. tra'i'.and ? ? ?>' *?'? ?
remedie?, prepared hy PK i < ? " rr-r.c*
an.1 AnaSfio^emiJ. ?
a id i>, y o liii.MAN. w a?ii '<'"*? ^,T
CiMlR. Alexandria, aad aH de-leii e**-y wke*.
aa in-di" ?.?
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