FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 0, 1854.
GOSSIP IN PARIS—THE DE BEAUF
A Paris correspondent of the New Y ork
Herald, gives this account of an affair which
has caused some noise in that city:
In my last week’s letter I mentioned the
fact of the disappearance of the young, beau
tiful, and very wealthy wife of Prince de
Beauftremont, residing in the splendid family
mansion situated in the avenue Marigny; and
that in consequence of the unsatisfactory na
ture of his replies, he was placed uuder the
surveillance of the police, with an intimation
at the same time that unless all suspicious
circumstances connected with the lady’s mys
terious departure were cleared up by a given
day, he would be committed to an apartment
of somewhat more limited proportions than
that which he inhabited at present, in order
to take his trial.
The Prince, alarmed at the serious aspect
which affairs were beginning to assume, sent
for some of his must intimate trieuds, to as
sure them in the most solemn manner of his
innocence as to whatever might have betallen
his wife. That they had for some time pa^t
lived unhappilv together, he did not attempt
to conceal, but’that with regard to her present
disappearance he was in the most perfect ig
The friends, on hearing this, put in re
quisition every available means consistent
with secresv, ol finding out the lady s hiding
place. All the convents and religious >emi
naries in France wore communicated with,
and entreated to save by ever so reserved an
admission, the Prince, from the fearful conse
quences which might otherwise result. Time
was, how ever, wearing on, and the day ap
proaching when stern justice was about to
lay hands on the ill-starred husband, when a
post-letter from Versailles, was placed in the
hands of one of the Prince’s friends. It was
from the missing wife. In it she announced
the fact of her retirement to a convent at
Versailles, in the privacy and retirement of
which she should have for ever remained, but
for the perilous situation of her husband.
She stated, however, that so harsh and cruel
had been his conduct towards her, that no
power or persuasion could induce her ever
again to live with him; that, not content with
tyrannizing over her in all matters becoming
her station, he had, notwithstanding the enor
mous wealth she had brought him, misera
bly limited her expenditure, and had not scru
oled even to strike her, and otteu with such
violence that she lived with him m tear ot
being murdered. And here the matter for
the present rests. The Prince is no louger
under surveillance, and eats his dinner in his
palace halls with what appetite he may.
It appears that the lady let herselt down at
midnight from her chamber into the garden,
by means of a knotted rope; that she opened
the smallgarden gate leading into theChamps
Elysees with a private key, and walked up
to the Arc de Triomphe, where she found a
toiture de place, which took her as tar as St.
Cloud, but where also the horse knocked up;
and that then she afterwards walked on,
though in great fear and trembling, the re
maining eight miles to \ ersailles.
THE ELOQLEXcT OF MOTION.
Every one has read of the action, action,
action, of Demosthenes, and of what a varie
ty of emotions and passions Roscius could
express by mere gestures; let it not be sup
posed, however, that such perfections of art
belonged to the ancients only. The following
anecdote of Wm. C. Prestou is illustrative of
Some years ago, among a thousand of oth
ers, we were listening to ouo of his splendid
harangues from the stump. Beside us was
one as deaf as a post, in breathless attention,
catching apparently, every word that fell
from the orator's lips. Now the tears of de
light would roll down his cheeks, and now,
in an ungovernable ecstacy, lie would shout
out applause which might have been taken
for the noise of a small thunder storm.
At length Preston launched out one of those
passages of massive declamation, which those
who nave hoard, know him to be so capable
of uttering. In magnificent splendor he was
what Byron has described the mountain
storms of Jura. Its effect upon the multitude
was like a whirlwind. Our deal triond could
contain himself no longer, but bawling into
our ear, as it he would blow' it open with a
“Who*s that a speaking?” cried he.
“Wm. C. Preston!” cried we, as loud as our
lungs would let us.
“Who?” inquired he, still louder than bc
“Wm. C. Preston, of South Carolina,
replied we, almost splitting our throats iu the
“Well! Well! returned he, “I can't hear
a darn word he or you are saying, but (treat
Jericho, don't he do the motions splendid?”
UTILE CUM DI LCI.
The drop curtain of the National Theatre
in Cincinnati is now covered with advertise
ments of the prominent business bouses in
♦hat city. If this is not combining the useful
with the ornamental, we depair of ever see
ing such a combination. T hink of the cur
tain coming down after Shy lock s anathema
against the Christian’s food, pork, and dis
closing the advertisement of a packing house;
or the relief there must be in a handbill ad
vertising candles, after heuriug Mamet s
‘Oh, that this too, too solid flesh would melt.
/^lO-PARTNERSH1P NOTICE.—We have
\j this day associated with us in the GRtf
CERY BUSINESS, C. C. BUCKNER, esq.
The business will hereafter be conducted in the
name of BAYNE, BUCKNER A CO
je 1,1854. WM, & CHAS. BAYNE.
BAYNE, BUCKNER & CO., WHOLESALE
GROCERS, X W corner of King and Wa
ter etrcets, Alexandria, Va., oner for sale their
exteusive assortment of GROCERIES on the
most favorable terms. They respectfully solicit
a continuance of the patronage of the custo
mers of W. &. C. BAYNE. and invite deal
er* generally, to give them a call. All orders
sent to them from the country, for articles in
their line, will receive prompt and faithful at
WM. W. ADAM, A’wur Street, Alexandria.
has on hand, a choice lot ot Y\ A1C MLS,
JEWELRY’, and SILVER WARE, of the most
exquisite workmanship and patterns, to an ex
amination of which he would invite the atten
tion of his friends and strangers visituig the city.
AD GOODS sold in my establishment are w ar
ranted to be as represented at time ot sale.
Having a large stock on hand, persons will have
no difficulty m making their selections.
Competition in quality and price will be deiied.
Personal attention given to the repairing ot Chro
NOMXTSB3, Duplex, Lever, and other tine Watches,
which are warranted to perform accurately.
er JEWELRY AND SILVER WARE
made to cider, [my 26] WM. W, ADAM.
ARNISHES and JAPANS.— WASHING
TON T. HARPER has just received
Rom th# manufacturer, a superior article of
Demeir^ Furniture, extra light Coach Body, and
Japan, by thu barrel or small quantity,
the Whjde. Jel
-T. MNRPNN ha* just received 5 bbls.
tor dale by the gallon or bbl. a# low a*
itban bo bad in Alexandria. , j* 2
FEATHERS.—25 bales new Feathers, now*
landing, and for sale by
To !>• drown at 'Wilmington, Delaware,
IN JUNE, 1854.
GREGORY Si, MAURY, Managers.
LOTTERY tor the benefit of the State ol Del
aware. Class 132. tor 1854, drawn at Wil
mington. Del., on Suturduy, June 10//*, 1854.
75 number lottery—12 drawn ballots!
1 prize of $51,000 20 prizes of $0,000
1 do 25,134 108 do 500
Ac.. Ac. Ac.
Tickets $15, hlvs. 7,50, qrs. 3.75, eighths
Certificates of packages 25 whole tickets $200 00
Do do 25 half do PK) 00
Do do 25 quarter do 50 00
Do do 25 eighth do *25 00
1 OTTER Y lor the benelit ot the State ol Del
j aware, Class 138. tor 1854,drawn at Wil
mington. Del., on Suturduy. June 17/A. 1851.
13 draw n numbers out ot 7.» !
1 prize ot $38,000 20 prizes of $500
t 1 do 20,000 20 do 400
1 do 10,255 20 do 3<»0
4 prizes of 5,000 100 do 200
2o do 1,000 Ac., Ac., Ac.
Tickets $10: halves $5: quarters $2 50!
: Certificates ol pack'gs 25 whole tickets $13«> <>0
l)o do 25 half do 05
Do do 25 (piarter do 32 50
I OTTERY tor the benefit of tbe State of 1VI
aware, ( lass G, for 18»>4, drawn at Mil*
miugton, Del., on Saturday. June 24/A, 1*54.
7s number lottery—13 drawn ballots!
MAGNIFICENT SCHEME !
1 prize of $»>0.ooo 2 prizes of $5.oo«»
2 prizes of 3»UX>0 2 prizes of 3,030
2 do 20,Oi XI 100 do l.ooo
2 do 10.000 173 do 0O0
2 do 6,000 Ac., Ac., Ac.
'Pickets $20. halves 10, quarters 5. eighths 2 50
Certificates ot packagV30 whole tickets.$27o 00
Do do 20 halt do 135 00
l)o do 20 quarter do 07 50
j * Do do 20 eighth do 33 7;»
BORDERS tor Tickets and Shares and Cer
tificates of Packages in the above Splendid Lot
j terie>. will recei\e the most prompt attention,
and an account of each drawing w ill be sent
; immediately alter it is over to all who order
i trom me. Address, 1*. 3. Bl C KfA . Agent
my 24—lm Wilmington, Delaware.
HENRY'S INVIGORATING CORDIAL,
PURELY VEGETABLE IN I PS C0M
I POSITION.—This invaluable CORDIAL, is
i extracted from Herbs and Roots, which have
j been lound after years of experience, by the most
i wL-IIfnl Plir^maiK to be uossessed o! dualities
! most beneficial in the diseases lor which it is re
j commended, and hence whilst it is presented to
i the public, as an efficacious remedy, it is also
! known to be of that character on which reliance
may be placed as to its safety. In cases of Im
; potency,Hcemorrhages, Disordered Sterlity, Mens
| truation, or Suppression of'the Menses, Huor
: Albus or tor D E B1 L 1 T Y arising from
any cause, such as weakness from sickness,
where the patient has been confined to bed for
some time, for Females after Confinement, Abor
tion or Miscarriage, this Cordial cannot be ex
celled in its salutary effects: or in loss of Muscu
j lar Energy, Irritability, Physical Prostration,
j Seminal Weakness, Palpitation of the Heart, In
, digestion, Sluggishness, Decay of the Procreative
( Functions, Nervousness, Ac., where a IONIC
• MEDICINE is required, it will be found equal, if
I not superior, to any Compound ever used.
TO FEMALES.—HENRY’S IN VIGOR A
TING CORDIAL, is one of the most invaluable
MEDICINES in the mat ly complaints to which
Females are subject. It assists nature to brace
the whole system, checks excesses, and creates
j renewed health and happiness. Less suffering,
disease and unhappiness among Ladies would exist,
! were they generally to adopt the use of this COR
i DIAL. Ladies who are debilitated by those
| diseases which females are liable to, are restoi
I ed by the use of a bottle or two, to bloom and to
| YOUNG MEN—Those diseases so fatal
i to the existence of man, (and it is the young
who are most apt to become victims, from an
1 ignorance of the danger to which they subject
themselves,) cause N E R V O U S DEBIL11 \ ,
Weakness of the System, and Premature Decay.
; Many of you may now be suffering, misled as to
j the cause or source of disease. To those, then
who by excess have brought on themselves any
diseases creating Nervous Affections, or any
j other consequences of unrestrained indulgences,
‘ lessening both mental and bodily capacity,
1 Hold ! H E N R Y S INVIGORATING COR
I DIAL, a Medicine that is purely Vegeta
j ble, will aid nature to restore those impor
i tant functions to a healthy state, and will
prove of service to you. It possesses rare vir
1 tues. is a general remover of diseases, and
strengtbener of the system as a IONIC MEDI
CINE. it is unsurpassed. We do not place this
jCORDIAL on a looting with quack medicines,
; and, as is customary, append a long list of Re
j commendations, Certificates, Ac., beginning with
“Hear what the Preacher says, and such like; it
1 is not necessary, lor “HENRY'S INYIGORA
| TING CORDIAL.” only needs a trial to prove
t that it will accomplish all we saw
! THE GENUINE HENRY'S 1NVIG0RA
I TING CORDIAL,” is put up in Woz Pannel Bot
! ties, and is easily recognized by the Manufactu
rer's signature on the label ot each Bottle, (to
. .. i • « • v__\
; coumerien vwm.ii is
j |pr Sold for $2 *> Bottle; Six tor $S; $10
j U7* Prepared only by S. E. COHEN, No. 3
I Franklin Row, Vine Street, below Eighth. Phila
' delphia, Pa., to whom all orders mi st be ad
For sale by PEEL A STEVENS, Wholesale
i Agents for the State of Virginia, to whom orders
from the State must be addressed.
|p- A liberal discount made to the trade and
For sale also by VV. H. GILMAN, Washington
1 City. P. C. jan 27 dly
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, FOR
GENTLEMEN'S WEAR.— IV. I). MJS
1 SEY* Merchant Tailor, would call attention to
i his stock of CLOTHS, CJSS1MERES and
’ VEST IMIS, embracing all the varieties of qual
| ity and shade to be lound in the markets of the
Northern cities, which he is prepared to make up
in the best manner and latest fashion, at the very
Also, a good assortment of READY-MADE
I CLOTHING, fashionably cut and properly made
! Fin e and Common Shirts; Collars;
Handkerchiefs; Cravats; Stocks;
Gloves; Half Hose; Umbrellas;
Suspenders; &l\, &c.
Thankful tor former encouragement, no effort
shall be spared to merit luture continued confi
dence. at the old stand, south side of King, one
; door east of Royal street. ap tt
The hazard powder company,
Manufacturers of GCN POWDER—
; Continue to furnish Gun Powder of all their
well known brands, viz;—“Kentucky Rifle,
I “Sea Shooting.*’ “American Sporting,' "In
dian Rifle.” “Electric,” “Duck Shooting,"
in kegs, half and quarter kegs, and canisters of
j one pound each. Also, a lull assortment of
• POWDER for BLASTING, and MINING pur
poses, and for EXPORT. The reputation of their
| GUN POWDER is too well known to require
! comment. For sale by the principal dealers in
this place, and at the office of the Company, S9
Wall St., N. Y. City. A. G. HAZARD, Brest.
A. E. Pocglass, Sec y. N. Y„ ap 6—d3m
SOAP —The subscribers, ieeiits 1 ^ he &ale
of MYRICK’S SOAPS, offer for sale
2500 boxes Chemical Olive Soap
3000 do Fale do
2000 do Brown do, warranted equ
to any manufactured, put up in packages to
suit, without charge. J. B. A. & S. Au»K* »
7 and 8, South Wharves, Philadelphia,
Philadelphia, mb 18—3m ____
Cf HEM I CAL FERTILIZER—Each Barrel
i contains of Salt# of Potash, 50 lba, Sulphate
of Ammonia, 12 lba, Salta of Soda, 20 lba, Sup.
Phosphate of Eime, 80 lba, Animal Carbon,
112 lbs. Price $3 per bbl. For sale at the
j Agricultural Warehouse, Fairfax, street, Alex
andria, Va., by fap 27J R, S. HLCK.
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, Ac._
G1 LENNS TRUE VERBENA WATER —
f This delightful perfume prepared by a
chemical process from the hot house plant,
“Lemon Tritolia,’’ is confidently recommended
to the Ladies in particular, on account its re
freshing and delightful odor. It contains all
the fragrance of the plant itself in a concentrated
form, and will be found very useful lor remov
ing the langour occasioned by crowded rooms,
Ac., also as a delicious perfume for the hand
kerchief, and will be found much cheaper than
the extracts, yet equally good, and a plea
sant change for Cologne Water, Ac. Glenn s
Rose Geranium Water; Glenn's Citronella Wa
ter; Glenn’s Musk Toilet Water; concen
trated and delicate perfumes; Glenn's Roman
Kalydor for beautifying the complexion; Glenn s
Indian Oil, for gradually changing the color of
the Hair; tor sale, together with an assortment
of Glenn's celebrated perfumery by
R. E. STONE, Alexandria. Ya.
^■^“(jpuPral Depot. south 4th st., Philadel
phia. where all orders should be addressed,
1 “FRESH DRUGS, Ac., just received at MIL
^ BURS'S, Drug Store. S. E. t urner King and
Washington streets, in part a> follows:
Superior English Bath Bricks: Manna
Pearl Barley; Oil of Lemon; Ext. Couii
Tartaric Acid; Pulv. Gum Arabic
Vanilla Beans; Cooper's isinglass
Oil of Bergamot; Fresh Salad Chi
English Mustard, Bay Rum
Sulphuric Ether: Balsam Copavia; Ac., Ac,
which are warranted of the best quality, and
offered tor sale on the most pleasing terms.
PATENT MEDICINES,&c.—McLane's Liv
er Pills; McLane's Vermifuge; Corn Plan
ters Sand’s Sarparilla; Bull's ditto; Stabler s
ditto; Railway's Ready Relief; Mexican Mus
tang Liniment; Ayre s Cherry Pectoral: Rhu
barb Root; Extract Hyosciamus; Sweet Oil in
Bottles; Brown's Ess. Jamaica Ginger, and Ex
tract Liquorice. Received, and for sale by
jP 3 Stabler’s • Id stand, Fairfax st.
PATENT M EDICIN ES.—Upham’s Pile
Electuary; Davis’ Pain Killer; Jayne's Ver
mifuge,•♦Bull’s Sarsaparilla; Mexican Mustang
Liniment, just received, and for sale by
JAS. ENTWISLE, Jr., Apothecary,
je 3 opp. Sarepta Hall.
1)l’LL'S SARSAPARILLA; Ayer's Cherry
) Pectoral; Brown's Essence Ginger; Barry s
Tricopherous; Lyon's Katheiron; and Rapp's
Rheumatic Ointment, just received, and for sale
by [je B. C. MAJOR. Apothecary.
I FAHNESTOCKS VERMIFUGE.—A full
^ supply of this unexcelled medicine, just re
ceived. and for sale by JNO. A. MILBLRN,
.• « xt' r x, W-jcK
ir / x' • J --
I A/ W i LBS. BEST PUTTY, manufactured
I \ I* |\ ) with pure Linseed Oil. tor sale by
PEEL A STEVENS,
je 6 Wholesale Druggists.
I INSEED OIL, of very best quality, receiv
j ed and for sale in lots to suit purchasers,
je 2 H. COOK A CO., Sarepta Hall.
BEST LINSEED OIL in bills.; Boiled do.,
je 7 PEEL A STEVENS,
SARATOGA WATER, in bottles.
je 7 PEEL & STEVENS.
aa GROCE OF MATCHES, in round wood
\ H t boxes, [je 6] PEEL A STEVENS,
rnHE GREAT PIANO AND MUSIC ES
J TABUSHMENT.—HORACE WATERS,
.333 Broadway, New York.—THE BESl AND
MOST IMPROVED PIANOS AND MELO
DEONS. T. Gilbert b Co.'s World's fair Premi
um Pianos, with or without the JEolcan, and with
iron f rames and circular scales. 1 he merit ot
these instrumenss is too well known to need
further commendation. Gilbert's Boudoir Pia
nos. an elegant instrument tor small rooms.—
HALLETT A CUMSTON S PIANOS, of the
old established firm of Hallet A Co. Mr. W.
being soie agent for all the above Pianos, can
offer them lower than any other house. HORACE
WATERS' PIANOS, manufactured expressly
for him, having great power of tone and elasticity
of touch. 333 Buoadway is the largest depot
for Musical Instruments in this country, afford
ing an opportunity for selections not to be had
elsewhere. Second-hand PIANOS at great bar
gains. Prices from $60 to $175. Every instru
ment fully warranted or the money relunded.
M E LO D EO N S.—GOODMAN A BALD
WIN'S P A T E N T O R G A N M E L O
D E O N S, with two banks ol keys—a sweet
and powerful instrument. Prices from $75 to
$200. S. I>. A H. W. SMITH'S celebrated
MKLODEONS, MARTINS unrivalled GUI
TARS. BROWN'S HARPS, FLUTIN'AS, VI
OLINS, BRASS INSTRUMENTS, Ac., Ac.
Dealers supplied with P1AN0SAND MELO
DEONS at factory prices. 1-J p cent discount
M U S 1 C.—1This list comprises the pro*
ducts of the great masters of both the Amer
ican and European continents, and is re
ceiving constant additions by an extensive
publication of the choice and popular pieces
of the day. DEAL E R S IN MUSI U,
^nd Teachers ot Seminaries wishing to pur
chase any music published, or make arrange
meuts for continued supplies of Mr. Water's
new issues, will find it to their interest to call or
forward their orders.
MUSIC sent to any part of the Union or Can
adas. postage free. HORA( E W A 1 ERS.
New York, ap 3—<l3m
Highly important 10 ihuse ia
WANT OF FURNITURE AND HOUSE
FURNISHING ARTICLES, at the cheap cash
Upholstery and Furniture Ware Rooms, southwest
corner of King and Pitt stmts, opposite the Marshall
house. I would embrace this opportunity to
thank my friends and the public generally, for
their very generous patronage, and would re
spectful! v assure them if they give me a call
they shall not be disappointed with regard to
quality or tiuce ot any article embraced in the
! business. I am induced to make these very
flattering offers from a determination to accom
modate one and all at the lowest cash price, l>e
lieving that ‘-a quick penny is better than a slow
shilling.” 1 am prepared to furnish BEDS,
BOLSTERS and PILLOWS, CURLED HAIR,
(any quality or price,) Cotton and Shuck MAT
TRESSES, SOFA, Pew and Chair CUSHIONS,
LOUNGES, Union and Chamber CHAIRS. 1
have on hand, Sideboards, Bureaus, dining and
breaklast Tables, cane and wood seat, rocking
; and sitting Chairs, Looking Glasses, large and
small sizes; Clocks, eight day and thirty hours;
and numerous other articles not necessary to
enumerate. Give me a call, at least, before you
purchase, and see for yourselves.
N. B.—Old Sofas, Mattresses, Cushions, and
all kind of UPHOLSTERING work, repaired
without delay. Second hand FURNITURE
bought or exchanged in part pay for new.
ap g—tt JAMES H. DEVAUGHN.
SADDLE, HARNESS, AND TRUNK MAN
UFACTORY.—'! be subscriber wishes, to j
keep it l efore the public, that he is still in town, at
his OLD STAND, on King street, second door
above St. Asaph, which has been neatly refitted,
and keeps constantly on hand, ok ms own mant
kacti hk. all articles in bis line, and hopes the
public will still continue to extend that liberal
j patronage heretofore extended to him, and in
j order to merit it, he keeps the best material, enr
j ploys the best workmen, and consequently, can,
' and will sell better bargains than can be sold else* j
; where. Call and examine his STOCK—it will ;
* give him pleasure to show any article.
Jd^All ORDERS promptly attended to. RE
PAIRING done at the shortest notice, and in 1
the neatest manner.
ap 4—-tYWM. F. PADGETT.
"VfEGROES WANTED.—I wish to purchase j
any number of NEGROES, either in fami*
lies, or single Negroes. Also, mechanics of all
kinds, for which I will j>ay the highest cash
prices. Persons wishing'to sell will find it to
their advantage to see me or my Agents before
they sell. All communications will meet with
prompt attention, if addressed to me at this place.
jy 16—tf JOSEPH BRUIN.
Refrigerators of three sizes
, received, and for sale by j
my 27 JOHN OGDEN.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY._
XT ALU ABLE NEW BOOKS FROM D.
y APPLETON & CO.—Personal Narrative
ot Explorations and Incidents, in lexas. New
Mexico, California, Sonora, and Chihuahua, con
nected with the United States and Mexican
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1851, ’52, and '53, by John Russell Bartlett, U.
S. Commissioner during that period, in two
handsome volumes, with map and illustrations,
Life in Abyssinia, being notes collected during
three years residence in that countrVj by Mans
field Parkyns, in two volumes with illustra
Lcggs Dictionary of Chronology, or Historical
and Statistical Register trom the birth ot C hrist
up to the present time, fifth edition, enlarged, re
vised, ami improved, $2.
A Diet ionary of the Spanish and English Lan
guages, abridged Irom the author s large work,
by Mariano Velasquez de la Cardena, Pro lessor
ofSpanish Literature, in Columbia College, in
two parts, Spanish-English and English-Spanish,
Fannin gtlalc, by 1 aroline 1 nomas, said to be
a charming book, •'SI bound. 7.* cents in paper.
The liar »f ' The Bet Huntera Repository of
Sketches, including peculiar American Charac
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of Louisiana, author ol ‘*lom Owen, the bee
Hunter,' &c., illustrated by sketches trom na
Our Parish, or Annals ot Pastor and People,
The Chemistry cf Common Life, by James F.
W. Johnston, author of‘ Lectures on Agricul tu
ral Chemistry and Geology, No. II, comprising
the Bread we eat, the Beet we cook, and the Bev
erages we infuse, 25 cts.
Interest and Avcragi Tables.—Sev en per cent: a
new method, combining accuracy, speed, and
simplicity, by which the interest on any sum
from #1 to $3,6UO, from one day to one year,
may he Found at a glance, and tor averaging the
most intricate accounts in a short time, and
with fewer figures, than any other system, by R.
L. Del isser, author ol the “Bookseller s Discount
and Hourly Reckoner,' $1.
FROM STRINGER be TOWNSEND.—
Cooper s Jjcatlicr-Stoeking Tales. new and hand
some edition, in five volumes, consisting ot the
Pioneers, Prairie, Pathfinder, Deerslayer, and
Last of the Mohicans, •*j»5.
The Frontiersman, a Narrative of 17S3. 25 cts.
Road to Ram. or the Dangers of the Tow n, 25
'The Rival Beauties. Sequel to the Royal Favor
ite, 50 cts. Forecastle Tarns. Horn a Midship
man s Log, bv the late John W . Gould, 2*> cts.
Just published, and lor sale by
je 6 ROBT. BELL.
^VT" F: W BOOKS at FRENCH S Book and
rersons ana riciures iroin me msuuics
France and England, from the Norman Con
quest to the fall of the Stuarts, by Henry Wil
liam Herbert, author of the -Cavaliers of Eng
land," -Oliver Cromwell," -Roman Traitor,"
1 voI. 12mo. cloth. $1 25.
Farmingdale. by Caroline Thomas, just pub
lished by Appletons, 75 cts.
Reginald Ryle, by Miss Pardoe, author of
-Rife of Marie de Medicis," “Confessions of a
pretty Woman." etc., complete in one volume,
The Rival Beauties, or Love and Diplomacy,
a sequel to the Royal favorite, 5<»c.
The Road to Ruin, or the Dangers of the
Town, by Edwin F. Roberts, 25c.
The Curse of Clilton, by Mrs. South worth,
$1; The Mother-in-law, by do., 50 cts.: The De
serted Wife, by do., 5o cts.; The Discarded
Daughter, by do., $1; Virginia and^ Magdelen,
by do.. 50 cts.; Retribution, or the Vale of Sha
dows, by do.. 25 cts. je 5
I ATE ARRIVALS OF NEW BOOKS, at
j No. 2, Exchange Block.
Fern Leaves from Fanny's Port Folio, second
series, with engravings, *$1 25.
Life and its Aims, in two parts—part 1st,
Ideal Lite—part 2d, Actual Life—1 vol. 12 rno.
Struggles for Life, or the Autobiography of
a Dissenting Minister. 12 mo. cloth. -$1.
Vara, or the Child ot Adoption, a very inter
esting book, being a sketch ot a Missionary
Family in one of the Pacific Islands. $1.
The Dodd Family Abroad, by Charles Lever, j
esq., 75 cts.
A Treatise on the Principles and Practice of
Levelling, by T. W. Simms, C. E., $1 2->.
The Morning Watches and Night Watches, by
the author of-The Faithful Promise." f>*5c.
The Woodcutter of Lebanon, and the Exiles ot
Lucerna. by the author of -Morning and Night
A large assortment of Port Monnaies, at very
low prices. JAS. EN l’W ISLE & SON.
HARPER FOR JItNE, a very interesting
number, with numerous engravings, price
25 cts., or $'i per annum.
Modern Necromancy—A Sermon preached in
Trinity Church, Washington City, by Rev. (\
M. Butler. Rector, published by request, price 15
cts. For sale by
je l ROBERT BELL
HARPER’S MAGAZINE FOR JUNE, at
FRENCH S Book and Periodical Depot.—
Ninth Volume Commented !—Now is the time to
subscribe to one of the best Magazines published
in the world. Terms per year, or 25 cts. per
No., delivered in any part of the city, or mailed
to any part ot the country. je 1
ZINK FOR JUNK—Splendidly illustra
t< d, with rich talde of contents. Received, and
for sale bv JAS. KN 1 VV ISLE \ SON,
je 1 Exchange Block.
FJTNAM S MONTHLY MAGAZINE, for
June, a very interesting nftmber of this
popular work, price 25 cts. Just published, tor
sale by JAS. EN1W1SLE A SON,
je 3 No. 2. Exchange Block.
] TRANK LESLIE’S LADIES’ GAZETTE,
^ of Paris, London and New York Fashions,
lor June, (it PRK^l'H Rook and Periodical l)c
jiot. This is the most elegant number ever is
sued. Price 25 cts., or $3 per year. je b
CHINA, GLASS, EARTHENWARE, Ac.
TITO BUILDERS, AND OTHERS.—By an
| arrival from Antwerp at New \ oik. I ex
pect to receive in a few days bou boxes BEL
GIAN WINDOW GLASS of my own importa
This lot has been carefully selected as to quali
tv and I can supply builders and others upon la
unable terms with a superior article.
5 mo25 R. H. MILLER
I ENAMELLED WINDOW GLASS.—Just
j received a handsome assortment of EN
AMELLED WINDOW GLASS, lor hall doors,
Transom and side lights, in sizes to suit.
5 mo 25 R. H. MILLER.
I TRENC H WINDOW GLASS.—120 boxes
A WINDOW GLASS, assorted qualities,
sizes Irorn 9 11, to 11 ^ 2b, which will be
sold low. [5 mo 25J R. H. MILLER.
FANCY ARTICLES, Ac.
Musical instruments and jew
ELRY.—On hand, an assortment of cele
brated PIANOS, from lour different mainifacto
tories ol the highest estimation, of which pur
chasers may take the advantage of satisfying
their own tastes; sold at manufacturer's prices,
and warranted. Also, an extensive assortment
of VIOLINS, amongst them some old rarities,
viz: Cremona. Guarnerius, and Andre Steiner;
Melodeons, oi the last improved styles—Guitars,
Flutes, Fifes, Clarionets, and Accordeons, of
every size. Also, a large assortment of The new
style JEWELRY, WATCHES, AND CLOCKS
WATCHES carefully repaired and warranted.
RASCHE a PFLUEGER,
Fep 3 opposite Sarepta Hall, King-s*
EMPIRE CABS.—A further supply of those
superior Empire Cabs, at reduced prices,
just received at [je 7] C. C. BERRY’S.
T^AIRBANKS’ PATENT PLATFORM and
JT COUNTER SCALES —Agents, GEO. C.
SWING, 141 Pratt street, Baltimore, D. B.
SMITH A CO., Alexandria.
RAILROAD, HAY and COAL SCALES,
sent in any part of the country, at short notice,
DRY GOODS, Ac._
Dry goods of select grades—
Fourth Instalment.—We are hourly open
ing the fourth instalment of our purchases this
spring of rich Fancy and Staple Dry-Goods, com
bining all the novelties in our line, and it may be
added, that our Stock of Goods, for general iann- j
ly consumption, was never so complete as now.
" A full stock of Mourning Goods constantly on
i hand: also, a vast supply of Goods adapted lor
youths' and misses wear.
^Strangers who may not know where the
best bargains are to be obtained are cordially in
vited to examine our stock, it but lor their own
tlTWe make daily additions to our stock
throughout the entire season.
tiT'Good articles, low prices, and lair dealing
may be relied on in all cases.
PERRY A BROTHER.Central Stores,
opp. Centre Market. City of Wash n.
Washington, ap F*—tt
UOsIERY AND GLOVES,—IURPER 4r j
Me l EIGH offer for sale a large and gen
eral assortment of Ladies, Gents, and Misses j
Hosiery and Gloves.
Ladies white, mixed, bro. and blk. ( otton Ho>e
Jo do do do do Lambs wool do
Misses do do do do Cotton do ■
do do do Fancy and Lambs wool do j
Boys do do do Cotton Half Hose ,
(Tents do do bro. do do do do j
Gents white, col d., and blk. Kid Gloves, very
do do do do Silk do
j,, Jo Jo do Thread and Cotton do
Ladies and Misses Kid, Silk.( otton anil 1 hi*ad
Gloves, in great variety
Ladies and Misses Black Silk Mitts and Gloves,
just received, and tor sale, at the Notion House ot
my 10 HARPER A McVElGH.
Harper a bro., received this day. by !
Express, another supply of
Summer Silks, some very low-priced
White tig d Muslin: White Merino
French Chintz, small figures for children
1 piece solid Pink, pretty and fast color
Barage De Lains, plaid and figured
English Crape, pink and white Crape, Paarasols
and Parasoletts, some for children: Grass Skirts, j
Moreen Skirting, Cassimere. small figure, for :
business coats: do. do do do. tor boys; green, :
blue, and black Summer Cloths, Black Silk t
Lace, 11-4 and 1 ‘2-1 Bleached Sheeting, Ac., all !
of which will be sold cheap, at the corner ol j
King and Royal streets. ap -»>
MORK SKASONABLK DRV GOODS.— |
Plain and embroidered Crape Shawls
JO pieces black Silk Lace
8-4 do do do to cut
Black Silk Points and Scarfs
♦j pieces colored French ( baileys
Green, blue, huff, and tan Berages; plaid
o twl Rnrauuc • P rohcll \\ iirL’Hil ( ol I H P.'s !
Chimizettes and Sleeves; Swiss, Cambric, and
Dimity Bands; also, 3U pieces Lawns, which
will be sold at nearly one halt their original i
je 2 TAYLOR & HUTCHISON.
A sllBY. HERBERT \ CO., would call the
especial attention ot their friends from the j
country and the public generally, to their large |
and splendid assortment of FOREIGN and
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, which they will j
sell at a small profit to punctual customers, and
very Inc for rash.
Purchasers in town or country will find it to
their interest to examine their stock before they
buy. ap 26
Dress goods— g. k. witmer <$r
RAO., have just received another supply of
Grenadines, Eugenias, Berage. plain and figured
Jaconets. Lawns, Ginghams, Berage de Laines,
&c., many of which have been bought eirced
ingly loir) and will be sold at about half the origi
nal rust. my 31
C1RAPE SHAWLS.—A splendid assortment
/ of plain and embroidered Canton C kapk
Shawls, at various prices and qualities, trorn $5
up. Together with an assortment ot De Lain.
Berage. and embroidered Cashmere Shawls—
just received, at MEYENBERG & BROS. j
ALEXANDER’S KID GLOVES.—We have
just received the celebrated KID GLOV ES
of Alexander's make, to which we invite our
customers. MEYENBERG k BROS.
Remember that there are a few boxes lett o!
Sabron's at 37 j, and other makes, at 25 cts. a
pair. my f>
BRYAN, ADAMS & CO., bavejust received ,
an assortment of beautiful TJPESTR).
BRUSSELS. IMPERIJL. THREE-PLY. ami
SUPER ISGRJIS ( JRPETlSGS. They
have oil hand, and will receive-1*1. f,*l. and *s-f 1
Floor OIL rLOTUS Also, Hall and Passage
do., cut to suit diagrams. mh 22—eo2rn
| | 5-1, and n-1 White and Checked Mat
—1-# tings; -1-1, 5-v f. 12-4 Oil ( loths;
Mahogany, do., for Tables: 25 pieces Cotton. In
grain and Yeiiitiau Carpeting, which will be
sold low by
je3 ’ TAYLOR k HUTCHISON._
I ADI ES' and GENTLEMEN'S GLOVES.
j Best Kill Gloves, for Ladies and Gents
“ Silk and Thread do. tor do do
Also, Black Twisted Silk Mitts, long and
short,at [je 5] WM. N. BERKLEY’S.
(CARPETINGS. Mattings, Oil Cloths, and
j Rugs, received and tor sale cheap by
je l G. K. WITMER ^ BRO.
ENGLISH, CAST LEM AN A CO..
IMl'OKTKKS A>Jl DKAI.KKS IV
FOREIGN A. DOMESTIC HARDWARE,
VRE now receiving an mmsually large and i
well selected stock ot'' GOODS, in their line, ,
suited to the season.
IE7*Country Merchants are particularly invi
ted to examine our Goods hetore purchasing, as '
we are prepared To supply them upon as lavora- |
hie terms as they can he procured elsewhere,
mh 3(1 |
VGRUTLTCRAL IMPLEMENTS. Ac— ;
We have on hand a variety of articles ;
suited to the season, to which we invite atteii- :
Johnson’s Revolving Horse Rakes.
Patent Thermometer (’hums.
Eddy's Patent Bee Hives,
Patent and Common Scythe Snaths.
Grain and (Mass Scythes. Darby ( reek ami
other Scythe Stones, Patent Scythe Sharpeners, i
Single and Double Coat’s Ritles, 1 in Cased \\ ater
Coolers, Cast Iron Summer Furnaces, Bell Me
tal Preserving Kettles. Brass and Enamelled do.,
do.; Hay and Manure Forks; Minor A Horton
ami other Ploughs, w ith a great variety ol Build
ing Materials and other articles usually found
in a first class Hardware Store, all of which will
hr sold w holesale and retail, at prices to please.
Call and try. JNO. T. CREIGHTON A CO..
Corner King and Royal sts.. Alexandria,
my 2‘J [Sentinel.]
TITE have just opened a large stock of!
y\ COACH AND SADDLERY HARD-|
WARE, among which will he loum!
Bridle Bits; Stirrup Irons
Roller and Bridle Buckles
Spurs; Girth and R* in Webb
Coach, Seaming, and Pasting Lace
Fringes; Ta>sels; Rosettes; Harness Ornaments
Patent Enamelled Cloth and Leather
Hubs; Bows and Felloes; together with a great
many other articles, which will be sold low,
and to which we invite the attention of purcha
sers. ENGLISH, CASTLEMAN k CO.
TITHE SUBSCRIBER having purchased the j
I entire stock of MARBLE, belonging to H. ;
C. Neale, is prepared to furnish the citizens of j
Alexandria and adjoining counties, with HEAD
and FOOT STONES. Also, MONUMENTS
and TOMBS, of the best American and Italian
Marble. They will be forwarded to any part
of this or adjoining counties. All orders punc- 1
tuaily attended to. THOMAS LANG, j
jy 20^-eolyAlexandria, Va.
UANO—100 tons PERUVIAN GUANO, j
\T direct from Chineha Islands, for sale by 1
jan >8 GREEN: SUTTLE k CO.
TVT"AIL3-—300 kags Avalon Nails, for sale by j
i>( je b J. J. WHEAT k BROS.
4JPRING SUPPLY.—T. M McCORMICK $
n CO., are inst receiving per Schrs. States
man and Fairfax, their Spring supply of »ro<»
ries, consisting in part of
fm hhds. N. O. and P. R. Sugars
40 bbls.X. 0. and P R. Syrups and Molasses
On packages Crushed and Pulverized Sugars
20 bbls. Clarified d0
100 bags Rio. Java. Manilla and St. Donnngo
UfO boxes Mould, Adamantine and Sperm l an
40 chests G. P.. Y. H, Imperial and Black I eas
10 boxes and baskets Olive Oil
Oo boxes E. D. ( heese, &c., Ac.
We respectfully solicit a call from Merchants
and others who wish to buy good Groceries at
reasonable prices. Prompt attention paid to or
ders, and goods forwarded with despatch.
T. M. McCORMICK A CO.,
Theatre Building, on Cameron street, opposite
City Hotel. Alexandria. *P 1
/*/v HHDS. PORTO RICO AND NEW
()( f ORLEANS SUGARS, part prime
10U boxes and barrels double refined loaf,
crushed and pulverized Sugars
Oil bbls. Coffee do
I'M) •• New Orleans Molasses a*id Refin
‘)'»u bags Old Government Java, green and
white Rio. Angostura and ( ape Coffee
i"0 half chests Gunpowder, Imperial,
Young Hyson and Black Teas, from ex
tra finest quality, to medium and lower
grades, which we always warrant to give
And all other Goods in a wholesale Grocery,
to which we respectfully invite an examination
by nil who visit our city, beiore making their
purchases, feeling confident that we can and
will sell them quite as low as any house here,
or farther North.
mh *20 FLEMING A DOUGLASS.
Paints, oil. &c.—
White Lead, pure and extra in Oil
Red Lead, dry and m Oil
Paris Green do do
Chrome Green do do
Chrome Yellow do do
Virdagris do do
Prussian Blue do do
Linked Oil, raw and boiled
Turpentine, Litharage. Yellow Ochre. Ve
nitian Red; Chine*e and American \ermillion:
Putty; Lamp Black; Black Lead, and Imperial
Black Paint: bright Varnish. Ac.; Paint Brushes,
all sizes, and of best quality, for sale low by
STEPHEN SHINN A SON.
ap i Janney’s Wharf.
DA S. BLACK LOCK are now receiving
# per packets from Boston. New \ork, and
Philadelphia, their Spring purchases of GROCE
RIES. WINES, BRANDIES. DOMESTIC LI
QUORS. Ac., all of which have been purchased
at very low prices. They would invite Mer
chants and others to call and examine their
stock be lore they make their purchases,
|/v CASKS PURE PORT WINK
HI 2o land | casks French Brandy
7G bbls. Old Whiskey, in store, which we
will sell to punctual customers, as low as the)
can buy in any market North or South.
ROACH A WASHINGTON,
je o Union-street.
I17K have just received a lresh supply of
\\ English and American PICKLES, Wor
cestershire SAUCE, Walnut. Mushroom and To
mato CATSUP. OLIVES. CAPERS. PEPPER
SAUCE, and ESSENCES, of different kinds.
T, M. McCORMICK A CO.,
my 27 Theatre Building.
AA BBLS. N. (>. MOLASSES
| G tierces fresh Rice
10 casks Shoulder Bacon
1 •• Hams Landing this day,
and for sale by
je 2 ' ROACH A WASHINGTON.
Gu bbls. Red Mercer Potatoes
50 bags White do Mo. Received this
day per Steamer Columbia, and tor sale by
my 30 HARPER A BOUSH.
Ai v/v BARRELS No. 1 Potomac Herring
\ |\ | GO bbls. No. 1 Shad
^ 10,000 lbs. Sides, and Shoulder Bacon
4000 lbs. Hams, for sale by
my 26 KINCHELOE A CO.
P:ruvian guano.—i too tons Peruvian
Guano, now going in store, and to arrive,
per barques Teal and A1 bus. direct Irom theCbin
cha Islands, lor sale by
a-, 13 HOWARD A POOR.
IIVERPOOL SALT.—10,000 Sacks coahue
j and fink SALT,just received by Barques
London and Carl Auguste, for sale by
r„v ID EOWLE A CO.,
(1HAMPAGNE WINE.—-G baskets Heidsic.
j in quarts; 1<> baskets do, in pints, of Re
nauld A Francois importation, just received and
for sale by [my 3o] R. H. HUNTON.
POTOMAC HERRING.—A lot of prime
Potomac Herring, in whiskey bbls., just
received, and lor sale by
my 22 GREEN, SETTLE A CO.
Bacon and lard —
2G hud". Sides, Shoulders, and Hams
lu bbls. Leaf Lard. For sale low by
je G .1. .1. WHEAT A BROS.
1)ICKLKS.—Cucumbers in ^ and $ gallon
jar**. of line quality, just received ; on band.
Catsups and Sauces, of various kinds, for sale at
je ij WHITE'S. Post-office corner.
PKUi;\ IAN GCAN<>.— 10i»U tons Pkkivia.v
(irixo. m store and arriving from Cbincba
Islands, lor saje by HOWARD A POOH,
mv 20 * Daingerfield's Wharf.
1)01'OMAC HERRINGS.—IMO bbls. No 1.
Potomac Herrings in store, and lor sale, by
T. M. McCORMICk A CO.
mv 27 Theatre Building.
1)KANDY AND PORT WINE—very old
) and superior, for sab* by
F A. MARBURY.
mv 27 Fowlc’s Wharf.
ION DON BROWN SPOUT.—4') dozen re
j eeived and lor sale. Also, Id packages
lounger’s Scotch Ale. by
je 6 JOS. GRIMES.
•)( W W \ T()NS (,F PERUVIAN GUANO,
JiV M M f daily expected j>er Ships Ailsa and
Beatrice, from the Chincha Islands, for sale by
ap 22—dtf s. s. MASTERS A SON.
FpAISTKR—100 tons Windsor Plaisfer. re
ceived per Brig Candace. For sale by M.
ELDR1DGK. Union Wharf, east side Dainger
field's new block. my 27—lw
HERRING.—25o bids, prime till 1 roe family
Herring: 3om bbls. No. 1 Herring, in store
and for sale low by S. SHINN A SON.
tny IS Janney's Whart.
F IRC VI AN GUANO of direct importation,
lor sale by the single ton or otherwise, by
mh 18 DANIEL F. HOOE.
rilOBACCO AND SUGARS, in store and lor
± sale by F. A. MARBURY.
mv 27 Fowle's Wharf.
OLIVE OIL.—IS dozen, for sale by
F. A. MARBURY,
nry 27 Fowle's Wharf.
~ HDDS. PRIME SHOULDERS, BACON,
e) received this day. and for sale by
je 2 FLEMING A DOL'GLASS.
MEXICAN GUANO.—20 tons Mexican
Guano, in store, and for sale by
my 30 J- J- W HEA T A BROS.
1 AA BB^*. RECTIFIED WHlSKEYJand
J \ ing this day, and for sale low by
je 2_ROACH A WASHINGTON.
WHI1E LEAD.—80 kegs “Lewis's” Pure
Lead, received and for sale by
my 30J. J. WHEAT A BROS,
Guano—500 tons No. 1 Peruvian
GUANO, in store, and for sale by
my 27 HUME, MARSHALL A WARP.
Bacon.—3000 &«. mountain bacon,
HOG ROUND, in store, and for sale by
my 27 H UME, MARSHALL A WARD.
Health restored and life
LENGTHENED. BV DR. MORSE'S
INVIGORATING ELIXIR AND CORDIAL.—
For centuries, Medical Science has been ran
sacking the vegetable and mineral kingdom*, m
search ot something that should restore the lost
or decaying energies of the nervous and muscular
systems, without the drawback ot subsequent
prostration, which all stimulants, tonics, and
narcotics had heretotore entailed. That some
thing has been found. It is a vegetable produc
tion, brought lroin the sterile deserts of Arabia
the Stony, by the celebrated Professor M. Morse,
well known as a distinguished member of the
leading scientific societies of the Old World, and
; equally distinguished as a physician, a chemist,
and a traveller. The juices of this herb, concen
trated and combined with other vegetable medi
cinal extracts, are now producing results, hith
erto unheard of, in this or any other country,
j At first the properties attributed to I'rofesNor
MORSES INVIGORATING ELIXIR AND
CORDIAL weie deemed fabulous. The public,
often deceived, could not lielieve the simple and
sublime truths announced by the discoverer.
But facts, undeniable facts, attested by witnesses
of the highest class and character are now trium
phing over all doubts.
INCKKDILITV IS OVERTHROWN.
I>v a ma.-s of testimony which is perfectly irre
The Elixir remedies, in all cases, the deplora
ble evils arising from a misuse or abuse of the
various organs which make up the wonderful
machine cal let! man. If restores to full vigor
every delicate function connected with that mys
terious compound agency of matter and mind,
necessary to the reproduction of human life.
To jiei sons of feeble muscular frame, or deficient
in vital power, it is recommended as the only
means of communicating that energy which i*
necessary to the projier enjoyment of all the natu
ral appetites, as well as of the higher mental
attributes. Its beneficial effects are not confined
to either sex or to any age. The feeble girl, the
ailing wife, the listless, enervated youth, the
overworn man of business, the victim of ner
vous depression, the individual suffering from
general debility or from the weakness of a single
organ, will all find immediate and permanent
relief from the use of this incomparable renov a
ter. To those w ho have a predisposition to par
alysis, it will prove a complete and unfailing
safeguard against that terrible malady. There
are many, j»erhaps, who have so trifled with
their constitutions, that they think themselves be
yond the reach of medicine. Let not even these
despair. The Elixir deals with disease as it ex
ists. without reference to causes, and wifi not
only remove the disorder itself, but
REBUILD THE BROKEN CONSTITUTION.
Brought from a vast distance, The principal in
gredient of the Elixir can only be pniduced at a
heavy expense, and the process ot manufacture
| is also costly. Hence, the price, to be at all re*
munerative, must necessarily be higher than that
i ofthe trashy, chance-compound nostrums, of w hich
the only expense consists in the advertising
DUl, 11 iltdl lit IS IIIWTW u -'•••O)
then is the Invigorating Klixir and Cordial th#
cheajiest medicine in the know n world.
The derangements ot the system, leading to
nervous diseases, and the forms ot nervous di*eas#
itself, are so numerous, that it would require a
column to enumerate the maladies lor which
this preparation is a specific. A tew, however,
may be enumerated, v iz neuralgia, tic doloreaux ,
headache, incipient paralysis, hysteria, dysjiep
sia, palpitation ot the heart, spinal affections,
muscular debility, tremors, flatulence, a pricking
sensation in the flesh, numbness, torpidity of the
liver, mental depression, weakness ot tin* will,
1 indisposition to move, faintness alter exercise,
broken sleep and terrifying dreams, inability to
remain in one place or position, weakness ot the
procreative organs, sexual incompetency, melau
| choly, monomania, fluor albns. sinking at th#
stomach, female irregularities, a chronic tendency
i to miscarriage, emaciation, and all complaints
i growing out ot a tree indulgence of the passion*,
and all barrenness, that does not proceed from
1 organic cause* beyond the reach ot medicine,
i W henever the organs to be acted upon are fre#
from malformation or strictural disease.*, it n
■ averred that Mor*e s Inv igorating Klixir will ie
| place weakness with strength, incapacity w ith
efficiency, irregularity with uniform and natural
i activity, and this not only without hazard ot ie
! action, but with a happy effect on the general or*
gamzation. Ijff" Bear m mind that all maladies,
wherever they begin, finish w ith the nervous >y*«
tern, and that the paralyzation of the nerves ot
motion and sensation is physical death.—
M?- Bear in mind, also, that for ev» ry kind of
nervous disease, the Klixir and Cordial is the only
reliable preparation known. A (JKEA'l MED
ICINE foK females.
'Fhe unparalleled effects of this great restora*
tivein ail complaints incident to lemale*, mark
a new era 111 the annals of medicine, Jbuiisaiid*
i of stimulants have been invented—thousands ot
I invigorants concocted—all purporting to be spe
cifics in the various disease?, and derangements
i to which the delicate conformation ot woman
1 render her liable. 1 he result has heretofore l>cen
i uniform. Ihese nostrums have indeed imparted
j a momentary vivacity to the nervous system, a
j transient and delusive vigor to the muscle*; but
this flash of relief has been succeeds! by a de
pression and prostration greater than before, ai d
the end has too often been utterly to paralyze the
' recuperative power of the nerves and the vi!a;
1 organization, and finally to destroy the unhappy
I patient. Butin MORSES IN VIOOKATIM;
KLIXIR. is pre*ented as a phenoim-non in tfie
: materia medica hitherto unheard of—a stimulant
; without a reaction.
The herb which forms its main ingredient,ha*
been admitted by all the great medical and pliai
maceutical institutions ol Europe, to he in this
respect siii generis. Dr. Morse whose name i«
' an undisputed authority in science, discoveird
, the production in Arabia, where his attention
was excitid by the wonderfully invigorating
effects it produced upon the natives. In fact
the wonderful power of endurance, the exhaust
| less v igor exhibited by the Arabs of both *« xe*.
in their desert pilgrimages, is attributable to the
i use of this vitalizing herb.
An ap|>eal is made To EVERY WOMAN of
I SENSE, who suffers Irom weakness, derange
; rneiit, nervousness, pains in the back, or any
other disorder, whether peculiar to her sex. ui
common to both sexes—to give the invigorating
Cordial a trial.
LET FACTS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
Hear ichat the cthbrated and dualud Dr
WOOD of MassachvMttt, myt oj U :
Massachusetts Insane Hospital. /
Worcester, June 1,1Mb. )
Dear Sir:—It gives me pleasure to inform you, ^
that one of my patients, while in Boston, proem
ed some of your Cordial, w hich he tells me he
has taken two weeks, lor which time he has not
been troubled as lie was bclore. He already
looks like anew person, who so short a tim*
since looked so pale and thin, and was scaice!)
able to craw l around. I thought it scarcely |«os
si hie tor him ever to regain hts full strength and
faculties; his case was an extremely bad one. 1
prescribed the usual medicine used in such case*
in the Hospital, but they were of no effect. In !
the mean time, my patient had procured some of 1
your Cordial, winch effected a cure. 1 am ►ati*- u
lied rio other medicine could have done. I .-ha
ever warmly recommend it whenever an oppoi
tuiiitv occur*. The Inventor in my younger
days I well remember, as being considered our B,
of the most skilful physicians in the C. Mate',
and had heard his Cordial very highly spoken o'
but w as one ol the incredulous as to its nieiit*.
until I was so unexpectedly and satisfactorily
convinced to the contrary, it must be a great
consolation to you, to think what a vast amount
of human misery your Cordial is alleviating
With iny warmest wishes lor your health, hap
piness and continued success, 1 remain, very rru
ly. yours, H. A. WOOD, M. D.
CAUTION —Dr. Morse's Isvioobatis* Cor
dial has been counterfeited by some unprincipled
In future all the genuine Cordial will hat*
the proprietor's facsimile pasted over the cork
o! each bottle, and the following words blow n m
the glass_“Pn. Morse's Inviooratiku Corhal.
C. H. Ri*a, Proprietor, N. Y ”
* The Cordial is put up highly couccntra
ted. in Pint Bottles. Price $3 per bottle, 7 for
#5, and « for $12. CHAS. H. RING
Proprietor, 122 Broadway, New ^ ork
Aomts.—^Alexandria—HENRY COOK* Fred- I
eriekiburf—J AS. COOKE k CO. Wa^infMi
Crtr- Z. H. OILMAN. Sold by Druggist* 1
of ally._je a*-«*cly I
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