Washington Globe, June 22, 1839

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June 22, 1839

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Washington Globe (Newspaper) - June 22, 1839, Washington, District Of Columbia '■è tUlTED BY FRANCIS P. BLAIR. if'J Î: t FRANCIS P. BLAIR dt JOHN C. RIVES, 8in 00 c 00 PROPRIETORS ANl» TKRMil. fciiypapT, bytlwyeir • • • ■ " !.• " for ih«n'« ye»r, per mwitn wnl weeklT p«p«T, by the yenr ■ • ■ , " for l««a»n » yMkr, 50 ceni«|>er innoili jira OInbe for tlx monihi ,n!;r«w«iofl«l Olob« during theBewionofCongre«« ■ $l J« (I-'f 1 00 I 00 j,¿n(lixtodiiu>, " ' " " • K " J,,"!' !l,ih«ripilon»W ihe D»ily f.r Kn» Hi»" iw«'. f"" ip i"« . kly for U>*th»n four month«. wílítK-i rcC'ivo íuácribfn muyd •coniimm ih. ir|>«i-<r«H( anymnp by pay-< tor llH. time >li«y h«ve leceivwl it.em; bul not w>llwul. V.o* who •Ubicril* for « yrar, and do no(, at ih,- tunc <h twrnlfin« onltir n likr-orillnii-ince m Ui»' «'"i ''f "j „^.lí-rwí »uhicrtbor» uniil iliry <'rcl.>r the paper tu i» iiiop(ie<i. ,|nay arréragés. PRioi roB auvmtikino A itlvr lin««, «ir I«««, ihr«! inwrtiun«, ry H'lditlonal liwartlon, 1 (ihL-iT ailvrrtlwmeiiui rhargfl (n ciopni ti'Mi. f I h, r«l (liwount Iinâduto tfi(Hk'->»4ui2(!v.T(i-»(i ''/tti« year. Al' piiumenl* (o be inad« in tulvance. Thosr w'mí. Ii^.e ii»i ..(.¡»irtudlly of paying «Hherwine, may rpinii by ii.ali, at out „1, .„»/a** ptud. Thi PoHiina«!^!V. e,-liticali'.«( aurh re I|.,1,„(0 t-liall be. • «ufficieiii r«cri|K thcríiínr. Tin- union of any iiHvine bank will Ik* tereivrd. Vo /¡//'■nlinn teilt hf. ^rr« lo any ordrr, unluiê Ihe money, . , fKiima-^ler'* eerli/icait that it Hum hten reinilifä. ae- „-iiiniciil . ... n f Lf-Iter* to Ihft PrnprieioT$,r,harifed letlh fmlttge, wtU >,/■ tnktn Ml! of lltf foal Oßcr NOTICE__Th»» sieamNwi JOSEPH JOHNSON, plyiiic bflwfrn Alexaniiria ait'i Wnshittgioii, will, tin and , ilie 9ih in-i. rua a^ Ii IIoa's, V i,\,\iH M UíVKh. THK wohld 1ft govh^RNCD TOO MÜOH. VOL. IX....N0 9. CI TY OK WA8HII\(ÎTON. MïïJLli^ SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 22. 18S9. PLEASURE EXCURSION TO PINE^ POINT. THE ftiMmboat PHENIX leaves fVMhtBKton at six o'cliiclf, and Alexandria at sfven o'clock, a. m. on Taes-daysand Fiidays, (or Piuey Point ami ihe different landings on ihe river, going through and ian:iing her pa>senger.s by daylight. For the accommodation of peryons visiting the Poini on pleasure, the proprietors have detprmined lo makr the passage for ihc n ip, down and up, I'assengerH lo have ihe lihrriy of returning on any trip ihai may suit their nmvtnietice. Rfturnin!.', ihe (»»at wili leave ICinkale on Wednesdays and Saiutdav"», at 5 o'clocli, a. m. May 95—lUw« JOHN WILSON, Captain. I,»-ave Alexandria at Ri, and lOè a. m. and 1 i, 3i, und 5i p. in. L''ave Washington at9è, ami Ilia. m. and 2i, 41, and p m. Until further notice. Passage l'Jé cents V'rPiüht ii><u«l. May 7-it IGNATIUS ALLEN. Capiam. P'OR NORFOLK.—The Steamer COLUMBIA wii; leave Wn.shmgton, tor Nor-lolk, on Friday lnorn¡np^ ai 10 I'clock, and arrive m Port^noomh in time fi>r ih«'cnrs going South. Rfiurning, sie will Irar»-N- ifolk on Monda> - at 4 oV.lock in the evening Passage and (are. f6. All good« destined or Petersburg or Richmont! iTiONl be pa;d by the shipper all Ihe way lhn»URh, ibe James river boais wdl not receive ihem nnlesi-jhe irciehtis paid. M^^h »^jtf JA3. MITCHFXL, Ma<ter. aUICK WOHK—Through from Wa.'ihinston city to Mil ton. North Carobna, in 43 __hours, and only ß5 mi!e> »läge (ravelling. Passengers by leaving Washington city on Mondays, Thuridays and S.imrdays wil, incft our four horse po.st coaches at Hcnder-«ir., North Carolina, ready to convp} them lo Mil-tdn and Danville. At Milton to run in with the "oi I Souihwestern Feck and Welfoid Line," which v ii convey traveller!, Southwest. At Danville to meet the "Lynchburg Line." r'as.seiigers may res! perfectly secure irom any apprehensions o: danger of being thrown i>ut of cither o( the above linrs. Passengers coining North would do well by ci ntinuiui on the S >aihwpsirrn line as lar as Milton, where they will find the proprietors' stages rea ly to convey them 'o Henderson. By contmu-in-; on this line persons will arrive earlier at Hen-ilei'on than by any other line, and have the advantage of part of two nights' wieep. W. W. PARKS dk CO. Proprietors, May 11—dim* Clarksvil'e, Virginia. OTRAVELLERS- -A saving »if labor, time, Indianapolis, Indiana, than four «lay.^; and to SOUTHERN DAILY MAIL LINE F IROM BALTIMORE TO NORFOLK, CHARLESTON, S. C. PETERSBUGH anl RICHMOND—The steanr.boats Alaban.a Kentucky, and Jewess—all boats of speed and ac corMinodation—commenced runn ng daily on ii. Isi of April, between Baltimore, Nt>rio!k, ar.d Portsmouth, leaving the lower end Speai'.-, ^hai t, every afternoon, at 3 o'clock, or imme<1iately atter Pleasant Hill, Newtown, Rob Roy and Attica, the arrival of the cars from Philadelphia, and wili lo I'eoru, Illinois, in lens Burlington, Iowa Tmiioiy, in about five d.iys. United Slat's Mail Line, irom Indianapolis, In-diaiut, lo n.iiiv lie, lllinoi>; throueh in a day and a half. Tiie very besi of Tioy Built Coaches will be run alter ilte I5ih >:' July. None but ihe iBost s( b< r, careful, and obliging drivers will be ••iiiployed, and the be.«l horses will be u^ed on the line, A glance at the map will show that this lint >s the tno^i direct, by near lOi) miles, lo I'eoria, Minois, and Burlington, Iowa Territory, and to all the CMuntry north and west of tho.«« placc?i rhi» lin^ noi only cf>nnms wiih the Peoria hoe, but also w^ th the Southern line to Vincemies, and Northern linf lo Juhei, Otioway and Chicago. l eave Indianapolis every Monday, Wednesday, and Fiiday, arrive at Danville, Illinois, next days noon. Returning will leave Danville, Illinois, every Monday, Wedne.«^day, and FndHy in ihe evenin?, upon the arrival of the Western mail fioin Peoria, arrive at Indianapolis next day in tlie aliernoon. Indianapolis and Lafayette, through in a day, and to Loganspori in two days. Pas-sergers will leave Indianapolis every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, reach Lafayeite same da>; reach Lo-g insport next day, except the ThQrs<lay's trip—the mail from Lafayette to Logansport is but .S'-mi-weekiy. Returning will leave Logansport every .Monday and Wednasday, and Lafaveite every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday in the evening upon the arrival of tb» mail from Logansport;arrive at Indianapolis next day in the afternoon. Terre Haul« and Lafayette, through in a day, and to Logansport in two day.s. Passeng rs will leave Terre Ilaut-; every Mondny, Wednesday, and Friday, pass thr>'Ugh Kockville and Crawfords-ville, arrive at Lafayette same day, reach Logans port next day. Rpturning will leave Logansport e/ery Monday and Wednesday, and Lafayette every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday in ihe evening, uptm the arrival of the mail from Lo-ginsport, arrive at Terre Haute next day in the aliernoon. Logansport ami Danville. Illinois, through in two days, and Lafayeite to Danville. Leave Lo-u^nspi.rl every Monday and Wednesilay, and Lafayette every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday in the evening, upon the arrival of ihe mail from Logansport, arrive at Danville, Illinois, next day liy noon. The subscriber has a'so a lin« from Crawfords-ville to Williainsport. This line passes through TO PERSONS AFFLICTED WITH RHEU MATiSM.—No medicine ever yet iiitrodu ced to the public for this piiinfal oemplaint, has been more generally 8ucce»sful, and become more justly celebrated, thin JEBB« RHEUMATIC LINIMENT. Ii is openly and highly commended by many phyfiicians of the first cinioence. The relief It has afforded the suffering, has induced many to volunteer the proprietor teslimoDials, <sach as the following: From the JVe«» Jerney Aihot^e, ml Rahway. Rhkomatism.—As iho.se who suffer with this disease eagerly .seek relief by applying the various remedie.s »uggested by their friends, we would take this method of recommending to thwse no afllicted Jebb's L niment, prepared by Mr. Kidder, of Boston. Having experienced "ocular demonstration" of its superior efficacy, after being confined to the bed for .several weeks at a lime, fi>r two years, wiih-out the use of our limbs, we have no hesitation in saying that three boiiles of thix liniment ( (Tecied a cure. We were particular, however, to strictly lol 'ow direclions, a rule which should be observed by all who have ocx-asion to u»>e it. fVom o readable i/ru^gUi of ihiteit^, (Boston.) Ma. Kidder: D?arSir: Having had frequent op-(lortuuities for the last eisht yeaii» of wiMiensing the good efffcct of your Jebb's Liniment, 1 have no hesitation in declaring that it is by far the lies! Rheumatic Linimeni that 1 have ever sold. One case of many of ¡ihe extraordinary insiancps of its immediate efficacy was on a very respectable gentleman of this city, who had been at nmfs, for several year? past, severely atllicted with rheumatism. Alw)Ui a year ago, he had a very violent attack, wa.s confined to his bed for ffreen days, suffering all the excruciating pains attendant on ihis disease, apply-ng a numbir «if remedies, and under the care of an eminent and t.kilful physician, but to no effect. 1 recommended a t rial of Jebb's Liniment, two bottles of which, in less than two days, completed a cure, and on the third he was able to go to his bu-»iness. This gentleman has purchased a number of bottles since, and given them to rheumatic persons, which, in almost all cases, ha.s effected a complete cure. An agent in Vermont has sent ihe fidlowing interesting statement: My wife, Mary Oaks, was afflicted with rheumatism for eighteen months; had lost the use of her limbs entirely. I had applied every medicine recommended, but without any sncces.s, and the physicians pronounced her case incurable. La>t summer I saw an adveriisiment recommending Dr. Jebb's Liniment, prepared by T. KiUler, Boston; and by ih" applicaii(>n of two or three bottles, she is again restored to her fonni-r health and the use of her limbs; and I am confident there is no medicine before the public for ihe above co.nplaint equal to JebbVs Liniment. JOHN (MKS. {[3*J®hb'8 Rheumatic Linimeni is not rnly one of the beat medicines known for the Rheumatism, as is proved by the above testimonials, but also for Sprains, Bruises, Numbness, Suffness in the Joints, Chilblains, Ac. The relief this Liniment gives in Rheumatism is usually almost immediate, bad eaves having been cured in 34 hour*. Price 50 cents. The above remedy has been extensively used in his city, and the experience of many here might cited lo sustain the testimonials given. For sale TODD'S Drug Store. May 8—Im «ED SULPHUR SPRINGS, VIRGIN I A.— The public are respectfully informed that the boarding establishment at this place is now prepared for the reception of visiters, of which notice 18 given thus rarly, in reply to inquiries from various sections of the United Stales. The improve-ments having been largely extemled since last ^ea-.son, and uncomm¡ n pains having beei, taken, not only to correct any defec's or abnses which may have crept in from inefliicient management or mher cau.se.s, but al.so lo introduce every possible improvement for securing the comforts of the guests, whether in pursuit of health or plea^are, the undersigned cannot hesitate to promise ihat tht accommodations .shall be equal to those of any oiher establishment in the State. Ample supplies of all kinds are provided; and notwithstanding the great scarcity of provender in this country, an abundance has been secured. Mr. A. Gibson, a.s.stiited by iMr. R.Johnson and Mr. Weekes, will le entrusted wi'h ihe management, all o' whom are a 1-vantageously known to thi public. The b-at cook^, balar, servants, etc. have been .selected from Phi-l.t'!t l|>hia, Washinston, and Richmond. The bathing establishment will he remfidcMed and arrange'1 so as to supply the demand for baths of any temjieraiure desirei!. The water is ronducled from the mineral spring, which yields a copious supply. The virtues of the Red Sulphur water may bebe.st ascertained from the numerous invalids who havede rived benefit from their use, anil from the public^»-lions at different tim's made by disint'rested persons The following extracts are taken from a pamphlet published by the lamented Dr H. Hunt, of Washington, who finally fell a victim lo hik zeal, alter havint» acquired an enviable fame id his protession: "Th« Red Sulphur Spring is situated in latitude 31° 37', in Monroe county, Virginia, about 20 miles southwest of Union, the .seat of justice for ihf county." "During my visit to the Red Sulphur, every day was devoted to the investigation ot the various dis-eases which afflicted the visiters at that place; noting particularly the effects ef the water on the dif-ftrent di-^eases. 'The Red Sulphur water is decidedly wdative in its eflects. It subdues chronic inflammations, tranquillizes irritatii>n, and reduces the frequency of the pul.se in the most astonishing manner. It has been ctinsidered peculiarly adapted to the cure of pulmonary diseases, and it is true that il has a most bi iiefirinl influence in mo.-il cases of this disease; butitsgoi d effects equally extend to all cases of .sul)-:icuie inflammation, whether seated in the sto-macS, liver, spleen, intestines, kidneys, bladder, and most particularly in ihe mucous membrane. "In fact, nature never yet gave to man a remedy capable of more extensive application, nor better calculated lo relieve a larger class of diseases." WM. BURKE, Proprietor. May 6—law 12* amve next morning at Portsmouth in time to take the cars for Wilmington, and thence, steamboats to Charleston. Rctnrnino, will leave Portsmouth every day, after the cars arrive from the Souih, and reach Baltimore next morning, in lime for the cars to Philadelphia. TTiese . boats run in coanection with the well known steim packets Georgia and South Carolina, which leave Norfolk every Saturday for Charles ton, giving travellers a choice. They alüo ran in coneciion wiih the James rivei j beats to Peteraburg and Richmond. I Strangers are informed (tor old travellers know) that ihisis the cheapest and most comfortable ronte for Southern travellers, as there are no chañéis from cars, steamboats, and .stages, in the dtaii m RATES op PARE. Fare from Indianapolis to Danville, Illinois - $7 no RATES op PARE. Fare from Indianapolis to Danville, Illinois - $7 Do. do. Lafayette - 5 50 Do. do. rovinglon - 5 50 Do. ■ do. Attica 5 5'- Do. do. Williamsp<irt 5 50 Do. do. Crawfordsville - 3 50 Do. do. Logansport 8 50 Do. do. Rockville - 5 75 Do. Terre Haute to Lafayette - 6 00 Do. do. Lt^gansport 9 50 Do. do. Crawfordsville - 4 25 Dt>. Logansport to Danville, Illinois - 8 50 Do. Lafayette to do. - 5 50 As these lines are immediately under the super-itendenceof ihe Proprietor, ii is believed ihey will be I every way sal isfactory to those N^ho may pass on lem. For s.-ats in Indianapolis, pirase apply a' As these lines are immediately under the super-itendenceof ihe Proprietor, ii is believed ihey will be I every way sal isfactory to those N^ho may pass on lem. For s.-ats in Indianapolis, pirase apply a' night, as on the Washington route. The company, I ihe General Stage Office. In Danville, Illinois, ai therefore, hope the travelling community will p,i-j Mr. Frazer's, United Slates Hotel. In Terre tronize them, as giving equal facilities and superi c m fort. Passage and fare to Norfolk and Portsmouth. $8 Do do to City Point and Richrncnd, 10 JOHN W. BROWN, Agent. May 10—tf WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD Tiunsportatìon Depot, December 13, 1S37. «T is respectfully made known that merchandise or other commodities received at this Depot, r delivery in thib ciiy, or to be forwarded to Bal-tm.ore, or to points on the line of the road, will he-eafier be subject to the following regulaiion.s, al wnKh thove interested will please take notice : IM, The freight and charges on all foods con-siei-d to individuals in this city or ii.s vicinity mil I be paid before their removal from ihe Depot 'id, Commt«lities offered for tran.sportation ma»i be liivtinctlv marke<l, and be accompanied by ii lisi, in duplicale, of the number and description ot p.Tckages to be forwarded, the name of the con-Minee, and of the party forwarding the same, othrrwis« they cannot be received. The CoiH()any will not be responsibie for damag«. arising from leakage or breakage, nor will they be ''sponsible for damage allege«! to have been received by any good« orcom^moditiesfi ansporicd by ihfin, unless the claim shall be made before ihe reir.. vai of the goods from the Depot. Further, if g'HKls which shall have been transported on this roj,d lie not receiveti or taken away by their con-s.aners or owners, on the day of their arrival at the r>pot, the Company will not be resp<(n,sibia foi or pay any claims lor lass or damage which may Ne «ustained by such goods; in other words, i'l as above described, be permitted to remain ÌH or on the cars on the railway, or at the Depot, one or more nighta alter their arrival, they will reiiiain so at the exclusive risk of the owners or coii«:gner8. The hours for receiving and deliverinc: pood.s Will, until farther notice, be from 9 a. m. untii 4 p. m. By order. Die 13 SAM. STETHNIUS, Agent. stUk asM BsaQ BBUÌ Min laute at the General Siage Office. In Logans port at the General Stage Office. In Lafayette at Messrs. Runnion and Phans's. In Covington at Mr. G. Dehaven'.s. R. S. BAILV, Proprietor. M. EDER, Agent. N. B. A passenger will not be allowed more than 40 pounds ot baggage—every 100 pound wiil constitute a passenger. All bi «{gage at the risk of the owner. May 33—-d6m I ERSONS AFFLK TED BY CORNS will find in the ALBION CORN PLASTER of Ihe mo.st efficacious cures for thi.s complaint, as hundreds of thousands can and are ready testify, to its having answered a ¡'etter purptj.«^ than any thing they have ever used. This application never causes the least p^in, although it ■ioftens the corn and draws it out by the roots. It gives immediate ease as .soon as applied, and is as thorough as it is gentle in its effect. Remarkable Core.—A gentleman near Greenfield writes: "It has cured me of a corn which, for years, had caused me inconceivable pain and trouble, (after trying various other remedies;) and having receiveti such relief my.self, I advise all, however obstinate the complaint, to make trial of ihe Albion Corn Plaster, and I have no doubt they will soon be as ready to express their gratitude as I am." An agent iu wnting for a further supply of the Albion Corn Plaster, observes: "I have made sale fall you .sent me, and find the article 'o be all it professes to bf, as those who have used it find it to prove the best article for corns ihey have ever met with." Price ."iO cents a box with directions. For .sale at May 24 TODD'S Drug St.^re. ^HEAP BOOKS.—F. TAYLOR'S list con-^ tinued.—Mrs. Opie'.s complete wtirks, in 6 >ctavo volumes, handsomely bound in full cloth; price for the set $4 50; Willis's Inklings of Adventure, 2 vols, price 75 cents, published ai |l 75; rving's Conquest of Florida, by Hernando de S.no vols, price one dtdlar, published at two dollars; Walter Scott's Novels, band.some edition, neatly bound, with portrait, price for the complete set f 10; Judge Hall's Sketches of the Wes.t, 2 vol.s. handsomely bound, pi ice one dollar, published at wo dollars, •«•List to b" continued Mav 29 WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD-The Passenger trains on this road wil' daily start as follows, viz: FRV;M WASHINGTON FOR BALTIMORE, At 6 o'clock, a. m. and at 3? o'clock, p. m. FROM BALTIMORE FOR WASHINGTON, At 9 o'clock, a. m. and at 4 o'clt>ck, p. m. Passengers by the morning train, if proceeding wtitwaidly, can connect with the Westein train on ihtr Baltimore and Ohio rail road at the Relay house, reaci) Frederick in time for the Western stage that leave there at 19 o'clock, noon, or Harper's Kerry, in time for the evening train to Winchester, wh'le passengers travelling eastwardly are conveyed tbroQgh to Philadelphia without unnecessary detention at Baltimore, reaching Philadelphia in tinie for the evening line to New York; and thu» accomplishing the jouroey from Washington to New York in one day. Under no circumstances whatever can the train be delayed beyond the hoar fixed for starting. It is, tuerefore, resnectfully suggested that passenger? Procure their tickets the previous evening; to ena-le ihem to dti which, ihe office will be kept open ull halt" past seven o'clock, p. m. By order. Mav 3 SAMUEL ffTETTlNIUS, Agent. RHOEdt, CO. 29 and 31, Gold slieei. New • Yorli, having made recent improvemenu in intir works lor the purpose of manufacturing thei irnpioved machine Cylinder Presses, hav« con eluded It» reduce Ihe prices of ihest? prtsses, which will be as follows, viz: Sing/e Cylinder. No. 1, ha-s bed 40 by 29 - - |1,6U0 No. 2, has bed 46 bv 31 - - 2,100 Ni>. 3, has bed 50 by - - 2,300 No. 4, has bed 54 by 35* - - 2,500 Double i'ylindtr. No. 1, has bed 40 by 27 - • 2,500 No. 2, has bed 44 by 31 - - 2,750 No. 3, has bod 5 J by 31 - - 3 000 Larger or .smaller sizes can be made to order. For the printing of newspapers. Hoe and Co.'» im proved Napier Pieh-se-t are decidedly pre I era ble It any others in use. The expetlition with which it print.* is a desideratum that has in no other \va> befn attained—Ihe Single Napier being capable throwing t)ff frt)m 1,500 to l,d00 impressions par hour, and the Double Cylintter twice that number The Presses may be driven by one hirt)ng man, or other equal power; tlie Single Cylimler requires also, two boy.sor gills, (one of ibem lo put tm and the other lo lake off ibe sheets;) ihe D.mbU Cylinilcr two lo put on, ami two to take off. These Presses ore not liable lo get out of repair, and any careftil man can learn in a few days how to attend Ihem properly. The parts liable lo weai out are sioall, and duplicate* of them can always be ordered with a new machiHe, and readily replaced when needed. R. Hue A Co. are the only manufactu rers of ihe Napier Presaes m this country, and from their long experience iu their manufacture and by the construction of new and costly ma chinery expres.sly to facilitate the making of these Presses, are now enabled to offer au improved arti cle, at priceá which will render them accessible to be greater part of ihe newspaper printers in the United States. The Single Preis occupies a space of 16 feet by 8 feet, and the Doable Piess 17 feet by 8 feet. Hoe and Co. are the sole manufacturers of the Washington and Smith patent Hand-presses, and furnish every article necessary for a printing office completa. They also execute, with promptness, orders for Types of any description, and Printing Ink. May 20—3ni ly EW LAW BOOK—Just published and for ll aale at MORRISON'S bookstore, four doors west of Brown*! hotel, Maryland Common Law Practice, a treatise on the courae of proceeding in ' the eommoa law oonru of the Suta of MeiyUnd. By flofh Devy R^r•ne, oC ite Baltimor« Btt. lUjr to X Bt HE Naval History of the United States, by Fennimore Cooper, in two vols. 8 vo. ^rihs, Deaths, and Marriages, by the author of Say ngs and Doings, Ac. just received, for sale at OAKSET ANDERSON'S, Penn. a v. between llth and 19tb streets Also, just reeeired the seoond aambcf of Jack flheppeurd, by ém aatkor of Rookwood, Ae. tfce. LECTURES ON GEOLOGY, MINING, Ac by Profe>st.r Leonard of Heidelberg, Germany, edited by Piofessor F'. Hall. The first number of this work is this dav received lor sale by F.TAYLOR, containing 100 pages and 13 engraving.«, price 37 cents. Number two will be published in June. received— Boases's Primary Geology Burr's Practicjil Geoli)gy Leithart on Mineral Veins Lyell*« New Work on Getdogy, 1 vol. Montell's Wonders ol Geology New ediiitm of Bakewell's Geology, Enlarged and improved by Professor Silliman. Together w.th most ot ihe known valuable standard wttrkson the same 5ubj«cis and all its various branches. May 23 WINES ANDLICIUORS, imported and for •sale byALEX^VNOER RAY, corner of South Charles and Wine streets, Baltimore. The subscriber has now m store an extensive assortment of Wines and Liquors, the quality of some are very choice, the greater p^rt impoiird under special order, lo which he invites the aiieniion of dealers, watering places, hoieJs, and private families. SHERRY Wines of various grades, in buis, h^lf buts, and quarter casks, ranging from a low prir^ed up lo old Wine of peculiar excellence, and c-tmfiilentlv recommends iheir purity. MADEIR\ Wine of the greatest variety, from houses of the highest standing in Madeira. Some of these Wines were imported under express ord >r for the finest Wine that could be sent out, and will bear comparison with any wine in the country. Superior OLD PORT, in ht)gsheads and quarter casks. Al.-o, Port in quarter casks, of good quality and at low prices. CLARET Wine in casks, sailetl for family bottling, and a very large supply of Claret Wines n cases of one dozen, low priced, medium table to the finest quality of Claret. SAUTERNE Wine, in cases of one dozen each, different qualities; Si. George While Hermitage, of the vintage of 1823; Red HeroaiUge, 1830; Hock Wines, Ac. SPAUKLING CHAMPAGNE, ♦H>tlve Brand," in quart and pint bottles, t)f the highest order, to which Ihe attention of connois.seurs is particularly invited, direct importation. Also, "Liberty Brand," "Moet," " Heidsirk," Ac. CHOICE OLD MADEIRA, in bottles, some oi very high repute; to wit: Paul Sieman's Murdoch Wine, iHililed in 1807; Rchardson's, boiiled in Charleston, S. C. 1811; Old East India Brahmin, East India Blandy, olti Reserve Madeira, extra superior old L. P. Sercial, Burgundy, Tinta, Pomona, Ac. BOPTLED SHERRY of the choicest and purest qualities, gold, brown, and pale, of different vintages, fiom the delicate iti old nutty flavttr. OLD PORT, in cases of 1 and 2 dozen. Old London Dock BRANDY,Cosnac and Champagne, of the vintages of H05 and 1811. London Doable BROWN STOUT, by the dozen, or casks containing 6 and ff dozen. Double distilled COLOGNE GIN, in jugs. TRNERIFFE, LISBON, MCILY Wines, COR DIALS, Ac. with a variety t»l pale and dark Cognac and Champagne Brandy, "Scheidam" Holland Gin, Jamaica Spirits, Ac. Daily expected, of direct iraportatit»n, 100 cases sparkling Hock and Rudesheiiner. Orders frtim a distance will receive the earliest attention, and care will be ob.served ihat goods be forwarded in the best order. ALEXANDER RAY, Corner of South Charles and Wine streets, Baltimore. May 13—taw I m áREAL BLESSING TO MOTHERS— DR W. EVANS'S CELEBRATED SOOTH SYRÜP,.P0a CRII'DRBN CUTTIMO THKIR TEETH This infallible remedy has preserved hundreds of children when thought past recovery, from ronvul-sions. As soon aa the Syrup is rubbetl on the gums, the child will rect»ver. This preparation is m> innocent, M efficacious, and so pleasant that no child will refuse to let its gums be rubbed with it. When infants are at the age of four months, though there is no appearance of teeth, one bottle of the Syrup should be used on the gams, to t>pen the pores. Parents should never be without the Syrup in the nursery, where there arc young children; for if a child wakes in the night with pain m the gums, the Syrup immediately gives ease by opening the pores, and healing the gums; thereby prevents convulsions, fevers, dfcc. For sale by MORTIMER and MOWBRAY, General Ageiils for Dr. William EvaUi», No. 180, BALTIMORE STREET, near Charles, and No. 116 BALTIM0RE8TREET, next door to Cohen',, Bank. AI*o, in WASHINGTON CITY, by Mr. JOHNSON, Tttbacconisi and Fancy Store. Sold at Dr. W. Evans's Oflic", 100 Chatham streei, New York, and by all his Agents ihri>ughoui the Union. PROOF POSITIVE OF THE EFFICACY OF DR. EVANS' SOOFHING SYRUP —To the .tgeni of Dr. Evans' Soothing Syrnp. Dear Sir: The great benefii afforded lo my suff^rin^ infani by your Soothing Syrup, in a case of piotrncted and painful dentitum, must convince every feeling parent how es»ential an early application of such nn ir.Yaltiable medicioe is to relieve infant rni>-»ry and torture. My infant, whde teeibing, experienced such acute snfT-rings, ihat It was attacked With convulsions, and m w ife and lamily supposed that death would >ooil release the babe from an guish, till we prtHJuutl a bottle of your Syrup; which, as soon as applied to ihe gums, a wonderful change was produced, and after a few applications, ihe child displayed obvious relief; and by continuing in i'.s use, I am glad to inform you the child has complete./ recovered, and no recurrence of that awful compla nt has .sincc occurred. The teeth are emanating daily, and the child enjoys perfec health. I give you my cheerful permission K make this acknowledgment public, and will gladly give any information on this circumstance March 18 WM.JOHN.SON ERFORA'TED TI^ UTr" PA PER AN D BRISTOL BOARDS—W. FISCHER has received with his new goods Irom Londoo, a quantity tif Perforated Tissue Paper and Bristol Boards, of various colors, an entirely new and most beautiful article for fancy work, and to protect plate and gla-^s from injury at this season of the year. For sale only at Stationer's Hall, wr.ere every article of stationery, of superior qualify, is con-iantly kept for sale at reasonable and uniform pric^s. June 14 ___[Adv ]_ DENTAL SURGERY—The Dental Art.a practical ireaii.se on dental surgtry, by Chupín A. Harri.s, surgeon dentist, is jusi received for sale by TNIVERSITV OF F. TAYLOR. M A R VLVN 1 )—HCTSP^ R I^URNITURE CHINTZ AND MUSLINS.— P We have just received— 100 pieces Furniture Chintz, hand.some styles 50 tlo Curtain Muslins 300 Marseilles QuilK 30 pieces Linen Sheetings. May 24—3t BRADLEY A CATLETT. EAL WELSH FLANNELS FOR'SUM. MER USE,—We have ju.«t opened— 20 pieces pure Welsh Flannels 50 brown Cotton Drawers 50 do Shirts 20 doz. gentlemen's Silk Shirls. May 24—.It BRADLEY A CATLETT. fJ|OLK'S HOUSE—Ladies and gentlemen visi-ting or passing (hrough the city of Washing-on, cjin be accommodated with board and lodging it this house for any peritid—a single day, a night, ir otherwise—during the reces.ses, as well as the sessions of CongreM. April 5—3taw8wif IHE EXPOSITOR—This conteinpt^rary Saturday paper is taking to itself a marked and most valuable cbaracier—that of the mtwi faiihUil, caieful and diligent reviewer of new books. Il is in that respect certainly one of the l)est conducted papers in the world, and for country Patters, who would be kept an courant of every thing new, and yet its es.sence without the trouble and delay of indiscriminate purchase, the Expositor is invaluable. Mr. Jasi.siro (its Editoi) is an accomplished schtdar in .several languages, and writes with point, grace, and spirit. Success is be-" re him.—Ifil/ii'j Corsair of llth May, 1839. The Exposiuir is publi.shed in New York weekly numbers t>l twelve large quarto pages each in plan much resembling that of the celebrated London "Athenasum," for four tlollar.s per annum It Will be mailed to any part i<f the country if ap plicaiitm be matle lo F. TAYLOR, Bookseller, Washingion city, where numbers of the papermay be examined. Mav 33 N' EW BOOKS.—The Pirates' own Book, or authentic narratives of the lives, exploits, and executions of the mo«t celebrated sea robbers, with historical sketches of the Spanish, Ladrone, West India, Malay, and Algerine Pirates. Shipwrecks and Disasters at Sea—a historical narrative of the most noted calamities and providential deliverances from fire and famine on the ocean, with a sketch of the various expedients for preserving the lives of mariners by the aid of life boats and life preservers; by Charles Ellms. AI.SO, Confessions, Trials, and Biographical Sketches of the most cold blooded murdererts who have been executed in this country from ita first «tilement down to the present time, Ac. This day received, and for sale at W. M. MORRISON'S Book and Stationery Store, four doora west of Brown's Hotel. May 95 LAINI ICH FIGURED AND PLAINSiLKS AND EHBROIDERBD MOUSSELINES DE ES.—We bate just reoeived-— 90 pieces haadaome light oolored figured Silks 90 do plain do 5* do plaid do 15 do very rich embroidered Moaaealinee de Lataee. BRADLEY A CATLKIT. May 80— ÇJ TAL DEPARTMENT.—The Faculty td Physic of the University of Maryland, in resuming their duties a^i the attending physicians and surgeons of the Baltimore Infirmary, beg leave lo announce to the public that patients will be admitted tm the same terms as heretofore. Those who may be placed in the institution will receive Irom the Faculty tl.eir especial care and attention, and fV m the SiKters of Charity, its well known nurses, their ctmslant kind offices. In order to afford every facility to students of medicine, clinical lectures on medicine and surgery will be delivered daily. The price of tickets will be $10 for attendance throughout the year, and f 5 during the winter. NATHANIEL POTTER, RICHARD W. HALL. SAM'L GEORGE BAKER, WM. N. BAKER. April 22—law4w ___ fi^OR RENT, and possession given immediate ly, ihat large boarding hou.se over the .^tores f Mcsxrs. Semmes and Phillips, and corner of 7ih street west, and north of Centre-market space. From it* central position, convenience to market, •ind constraciion of the house, it may considered one of the beat houses in the city lor that purpose. Fur terms, appiv to ANNE R. DERMOTT. FOR SALE, on accommodating terms, lot 3, in square 735, with improvements, (a desirable private residence,) lot 1.'), in square 729, fronting west on Capitol square, lol 2, in square 705, and lot 8 in square 388. Inquire as above. M^yie—dtf___________ ^ URE YOUR COUGH—Mrs. M. N. GARD-y NER'S INDIAN BALSAM OF LIVERWORT IS truly doing wonder.s in curing coughs, colds, and all lung complaints. It contains ibe strength of Liverwort, Hoarhound, Elecampane, Boneset, Salon Root, Iceland Moss, Squill Rot , AscelpiusTuberosa, Hyxsop,Lungwort, Ruta Root, and many other articles not lo be profured in th^s part of the rountry. Hundretis of gross have been sold within a few years, and seldom fails in giving relief. I mention a few gentlemen who reside in Boston, who have made us-e tif the preparation witl. good effect. Elii'ha Horion, Thomas Haikin.*, jr. David Woodbury, Horace Gall, A. Webster. Ft r residence see inside directions It is not likt? most articles, recommended for all complaints, but simply those proceeding from coughs, colds, an I and lung complaints. For sale by most of the druggists throughout the ci>untry. All orders tli-recled to the proprietor, 481, Washington stree' Boston, Mass. For sale at Feb 13 TODD'S Drug Store. «AUaUl ER WHITE SULPHUR8PRINOS-1; The crowds that ha«« riaited tbca« Springa« and the general satisfaction ex|»esaad, luve encouraged the company lo make extensite iaaprer*. ments since the last season. Besidesenlarging the accommodations verj Wtcb» in other respects, the former Bathhouse will be found ffeatly improved, and fumidied with a copious s^ply of hot and eokl Salphur and Free Stone Water, and a new and elegant edifice, apoa the Hif>8t approved plan, will be ready by the let of July, and be equal, it is hoped, to any Bathing establishment in our country. Without preteading to vie with the unequalled Warm Spring Bath, the temperature of that celebrated fountain is at tbe option of the visitors, either in the centre pinnging bath, or in the founeen private rooms wkkh anr r und It—thn whole being endoaed within tbe Oc-tagon Gothic exterior, whose minarets and spvea indicate the determination of the company to pleewe Ibe fancy and gratify the tastes of the invalids, a-s well as the votaries of pleasure. The extraordinary virtues of the waters, pronred in numerous in>Unceji:—ihe salubrity of the coon-ty, around, in lull view i.fthe mountains, supply-rii tbi finest meats, vegetables and fruits—its ready Hccr.ss to Ihe seaboard, being within fifty miles of he Dmirict of Columbia and thirty-five of Frede-rteksburg—ihe elegant ball-room, adorned with new inagnificent chandeliers and resounding with th« siiatns of a most delightful band of music—the ex-lensive buildings—the noble portico—the improved sround.s and shady walk.«, refreshed with jets d'eau, present auraclions to the public which it will not overlook. To sccur« the best wines, liquors, attendants and servants, every attention has been paid. The road£. hHve been improved. A cjstly bridge over the R.ippahannock tvithin a few hundred yards of th« Spring, IS in rapid prt>gress to completion. New and eiegant htages run daily between Washington city and the Springs, leaving each place t ar!y in the nior .ing, and arriving at the Springs it 4 u'.^^lock, and at Washington in lime l^orthe B titimore cars of ihe same day. This line continue; to Louisa Court'housf daily, branching av Orangf« Couri-house, and running thence to Char-lo'.tet.ville. It leaves the Springs at 5 in the morning, and runs that evening to Louisa Conrt-bouse and Charlottesville. There will also be a daily line frrm Frederickfv-biirg to the Springs, and thence tri-weekly to Winchester. The Springs will be ready for the reception of Company on the 15lh of June. On tbe 4th of July the Declaration of Independence will be read, ami at the earnest solicitation of the company, Mr. Jt)hn S Ptfndleton, the distinguished delegate from Rappahanntick, has con.sented to deliver an Oration. The music and the dance will add to the auractioDs of the oixasion. On the first Tuesday in September, the race? ake place over the Victoria Course, within half i mile of the Springs. The terms will be as follows: Board per wee I $10; per inoHih |35; for iwo months |65; for tht sra,<t)n, ending ihe l<i October, f80. Servants and children under 12 years of age, half price. Pir day breakfast and itupper 50 cents each: dinner 75 cents lodging 50 ccuts. Horse, per day, fi2i cents; p^r week |4; per month |1S. The sub:»criber has been appointed Superintendent, anil trusts that he will be able to give general smisfaciion. DANIEL WARM. May 24—;Ad2awif IGHLY IMPORTANTCAUTIONTOTHE PUULIC.—erne ne tUu^"—Bew4m of /ailing.—DOCTOR EVANS, 100 Chatham street, takes the present opportunity of tendering bis most uiifeigiicd acknowledgements to the numerous patients (afflicted with the various forms of disease incident to bunianiiy) who have committed themselves to his care; and he has the aatiafaction of knowing fiom many living evitlences that he baa removed or relieved their respective maladies as far as lies within tbe compasa of hnnoan means. How distresring to the afflicled is DYSPEPSIA or INDIGESTION, poisoning all the eooioesof his enjoyment, and leading, in maay instances, to the miseries of confirmed hypoeondriaciem. Ltwc aa it has been made the subject of inquiry by medical authors, it remains involved in mnch obacurity. Jaundice, Diatrhaea, Cholera and Coolie alao per-Itirm a oonspicuous pan in the drama of naorbid affections. Dr. EVANS has been einyilarly sno-cesstul in the treatment of the above complaints by remedies drawn from the researches of the most eminent physicians in Europe, He has also had vast experience and success throughout the wlioie family of delicate diaeasea, all of which are for the most part aggravaUMi by, and rooted in the constitution, by the CONSPIRACIES OF MERCURIAL MURDERERS, UNPRINCIPLED, UN EDUCATED and UNPRACTISED in any art save that of attempting to lead the cre iulous on the roadlo ruin. Dr. Evana's office is supplied with the dioicest remedies irom foreign markets, and compounded on ihe most scientific principles. A physician is always in attendance, and all those who wme there in the hour of need will go off rejoicing. nUM, uitiuám'wiA ilia mOmi PAJflLY APBRIKUT pills, caa be obtaiMd, wlwlsale or fwail, at No. 100 Chatham street, New York, and of hie anlboriaadiMnls in town and ooantiY. {I^Oflk« 100 Oiatliam street, New Yoiir,where the^ citor nay be eonanltad, ENVIABLE DISTINCTION In Ihe mkln of a fca«ral, and in'Kany instaacea not nafbanded prtjndice agiUmt many of the medical remedlei of the day, Dr. W. Erairs^ Pills have the enviable dtetía^ott of aa anirenal approbation. Titey are perhaps the only madieiiie pablic-ly advertlwd, that has the fall and anreaervtBd tea-tioKNiy of Biedieal men in its favor, if not the only one which gives full saiisfaelion to its punchasen. Dr. W. Etami has the aatiafaction of knowing that hia CanKMttile or Tonle Pilto are no( only regnlarly recommended and preaeribed by tbe moat experienced physiciaM in their daily practice, bat also takea by tboee i^ntieaaen themseivea, whenever they feel the symptoms of these diseases in which they well know thees to be eflteacious. He knows Ai* to be generaHy the case in New York, Philadelphia, Albany, Boston, and other large cities in which they have an extensive sale. That they siwaM Aas conquer professional prejudice and in-lereeied opposition, «ad secure the agency of the mast «minent and best infornoed physicians in the ooantry to render them useful to all clas.ses, can «i||r be fairly ascribed to their undeniable and pre-iineat virtues. Enviable, however, aa this distinction is, it can easily be accounted for from the intrinsic and peculiar properties of the roe<licine itself. Il does not pretendió mo much,and it accomplishes all that it promises. Dr. W. Evans does not pretend, f.ir instance, ihai either his Camomile or Aperient Pilla will cure all diseases by merely purifying the blood, but he certainly does pretend, and has the authority of daily proof-« for positively asserting that these medicines, taken as recommended, will cure a great majority of the diseases of the Stomach, Lungs, and the Liver, by which impurity of the Mood is occasioned. The blood is made from the contents of tbe stomach; has its red color and vitality given to it by a»e action of the lungs, and as it performs its duty in circulating through the veins and aricriea, has its yellow or billions excrement, which may be termed its refuse or worn out sediment, collected and diacharged by the livtr. These viscera, thrn, are the anatomical mechanism or apparatus by whieh the blood is manufao-turrd and pr««rvedt ajid « is iher».fore obvious ihat the .sute of these »ht)uld be the first consideration of the physician. jNow there are various causes that will affect and derange these organs with which the blood has nothing whatever to do. Thus the stomach may be utterly debilitated in one moment, by affright, grief, disappointment, heat of the weather, or any other nervous action, snd be wholly unable to dige.st its food. Is tbe blood to blame for thisi A nervous action of ong continuance will produce settled dyspepsia, with hejilache, bile, mental and physical dcbibiy, and a funeral retinue of other » vil.s, 1« th* blood to blame for this? Intemperance, by inflaming ihe coats of tht< stomach, and Iratring it in flaccid prostrate reakoess; and an undue quantity and ci»nfinuance of purgative medicines, by protlucing Ihe same effects, will put this organ almoM out of use for digesting wholesome solid food, and thos mpoverish the blood and the whole system. 1« the blood to blame lor this? Again, with regard to the lungs, it ia well known that a slight cold, occasioned by damp feet, or by a cuirent of air, will inflame the bronchia, all down through the branching air tabea of the lungs, aad create either excessive mucus, or that dreadfully insidtons disease consumpiton, with pna'.nlee and suppnration of the lobes, which, thongh timely remedies may prevent, no earthly skill can cure. Is the blood of the fair aiul blooming victim to blame forthisi So the liver, when climate, sedentary habits, interaneranoe, or o'her prostraü'ng causes have withered it away or paralyres ii with distension, beoomesnnable to carry off the bile from the circulaticm, and instead of d acharging it throngh the gall bladder, leaves it to oome through the skin in jaundiced and dtaltow fluids, anti to rush upon the stomach in irregnlar and excessive quantities. Is the uafortunate blood to blame for thi.s1 No: the* vital oigans are never affected by the bktod, until after the blood has been affected by them; they are its makers and masters, and il is merely their work and their passive ngeni. Knowing this to be a sound and demon tra ed fact in science and experience, Dr. W. Evun /^ «vstem of practice is in faithful accordance Willi u. He aims to keep the stomach, the lungs, and the liver, in vigorous an«< regular action, as the three great fonntaias of health and Ufe. For this purpose, he prescribes hia beantifnlly eflkcacioas Aperient Pills, (acknowledged by medkal men who have analysed and recommended theai lo be equal tu any in the world,) in eases which require the cleaaahiig of he atoraaeh and bowala, and his celebrated Camomile or Tonic Pills, in cases of nervous irritability, i.tomachie weakneaa^ or gene-rftl debility. A vast majority of human diseases having their origin in the general ajrapathy of tbe principal viscera with the nenrons i^m, he thos seeks disease in the most subtle ftbres of its roalB, (iOOPER'S NAVAL HISTORY OP THE > UNITED STATES —An additional .^upply this day received by F. TAYLOR. Also, of Dr. Channing on War, Lady Bulwer's New Novel, Bancroft's History of ihe United States, and Presc^ftu's Ferdinand and Isabella. Also, Deerbrook, a novel by Harriet Martineau, in 3 vols. Schotdcrafl's Algic Researche», Indian Tales and Legends, in 3 vols, are just received by F. TAYLOR, or for circulation among the suh-sciibers to the Waverley Circulating Library, immediately east of Gadiby's. May 28 riR SALE—A FARM lying in the county of Alexandria, three miles from each of the cities of the District, containing 270 acres of land. The arable and meadow land consists of 170 acres—the remainder of the faiin being covered with wood of a good size. The soil is of a productive character and susceptible td" permanent improvement. There are 800 f ruit trees of the most choice kinds, selectsd from the nurseries of Prince, Sinclair and others, and a market gaiden, extensive and early. Il is evident from numerous growths ol ihe native mulberry tree, that the laml is peculiarly adapted to Ihe culture of the mullicaulis. Tht.se who are disposed to embark in that busine.ss, could not make a more cheap and judicitnis purchase. The siiuation is in the midst of the best markets, with all the advantages t-f health. The farm is well watered; the dwelling house comf iriable; and tiuihtiuses (tir servants, and carriage and corn houses, good. For further particulars, inquire at the law office of Swarm and Swann, on Cih strtnl, near Pennsylvania avenue. The premises will be shown at any lime, by the subscriber, to those who may wish lo view them. EDWARD SWANN. ^ "'^OLD PENS—a new and very superior arti-• W cle, just imported, (a few only,) and for sale by F. TAYLOR. Also, Knight's Patent Back Spring Pen, fancy colored Writing Sand, lace-edged Note Paper, English Letter and Note Paper of superior quality, at unusually low prices; Victoria Coronation Sealing Wax, White Envelope paper, Ac. jasi received in addition to a complete stock of every article of Siati«nery, selected in every instance of the best quality that money can boy, and for sale as low as tbe same article (having regard to quality) can be found in the United States. May 97 APAN VARNISH.—10 bbls. best Japan Var- ß ni.sh, for .sale by Mav 15 J. L. PEABODY, Centre Market Space. f'^RUNK AND BINDERS' BOARDS.—Re-ceived a few days since, a large qnantity of Trunk and Binders' Boards, from the celebrated manafhcturars, Qeorge Bird and Sen, and T. Jones. The arrangements made with these gentlemen will enable me to IhrniA their boards on the v«nr bmttsrms. w. nsoher. hm 11 tAdT.] fM^HEOLOGY.—Burketi'i New Testament, 2 JL vols. Bvo. The Antiquities of tbe Christian Church, Ac. by Rev. R. Biagham; 7 voLs. London. Pearson on the Creed, 1 vol. 8/o; L«»ndoB. Stanhope's Paraphrase, 4 voU. dvo; London. >jhn Knox's History of the Reformation in Scotland, 1 vol. 8vo; Glasgow. Bogue and Bennett':« History of the Duuicnters, (rom the Revolution of 1688 to 1808, 3 vols. 6vo; London, Wheatley on Common Prayer, 1 vol. 8vo. Bishop Sherlock's complete works, 5 vols. 8vo; London. Bloomfield's Greek Testament, 9 vols. 8vo; price |5. Dick'f complete works, in 1 large dvo volume; |il 75. Geisler's Text Book of Ecclesiastical Hi;itory, 3 vols. 8vo; $5 50. Horne'a Introduction, 4 vols. 8vo, full bound} |7 50. And an extensive and valuable collection of books in every department of Theological literature, for sale at unusually low prices, by F. TAYLOR, June 8 NICHOLAS NICKLEBY, No. 14-, Jack Shep-pard, No. 3; Concealment, a novel in 9 vols. Statesmen of the times of Oeorge HI, by Lord Brougham, are just reoeived by F. TAYLOR, immediately east of Qadaby*s, or for circolatiom êmtmg dM s«bMrib«s to dw Wawrley Cirnolat iH Uomy. J«m 19 A PERFECT CURE OF ASTHMA, fifty-four years standing, effected by the use of Dr. Wm. Evans's medicine. I hereby certify that 1 was attacked with he Asthma in the ninth year of my age, and from that lime until the present year, a period of fiRy-four years, I have been subject to that disease. For the Idsi five years, I have had it almost incessantly, not being exempt from ii more than twenty-four hours at any one time, I have consulted the most skilful physicians, and tried many remedies, without any relief. In June last I commenced using Dr. Wm. Evans's Vegetable Medicine, not with the expectation of effecting a core, for I beiievetl my ca»e hoptdess and my dissolution near, but with the hope of obtaining momentary relief. Before I had used iwo packages I was entirely relieved, and have not been attacked with it since. I can now say that I am perfectly cured of the disease, and can confidently recommend it lo all who are afflict- j ed with this dislres-sing complaint. SARAH SIMMONS, Prince George county, Virginia. |I3»THE DIFFERENCE.—It cannot be denied that whil.st many medicines which are recommended to the p«blic, have not even Ihe negative merit of harmlessness, there are others which it would be great injustice indeed, and suicidal preju-duu.', to involve, untried, in a common condemnation. And when a medicine comes endorsed with all the great namew that have adorned the annals of thfî medical profession, <varranted by the seal and kii:ndture of long and uniform succeas, its proprietor makes no unreasonable demand upon public ctinfidence, when he claims for it a superior consideration. DR. W. EVANS does not pretend that nia Ca-rnttmile Touic Pills will cure all diseases. He traukiy and conscientiously admits that they will iitii. He lays no claims to Ihe dtseovery of the Philosiipher's Stone," and wishes nobody ic believe that he sells the "Elixir of Lite," bot h« DOES SAY, and he DOBS BELIEVE, and he CAN PROVE, Ihat in debdity and impaired oon-stitutions, in NERVOUS DISEASES OF ALL KINDS; in weakness of the dige^ve oreaas} in incipient consumptions, whether of Ihe mngs or liver; in the dreadful debility occasioned by the ui>e of purgatives; palsy, rheumatism, (more especially) in the sickness incident to mothers, and to lemales of relaxed nerves; in every ease of do-lirium tremens or that disease which is hrot^t on by intemperance; in the wretdied horfOfS of mind and body which accrue from occasional inebriat*; m loba of appetite, languor, melancholy; pains in the head, limbs, or side, in corrapt, sallow, and uncomely complexions, caused by bad stRte ot tbe fluids—in all these eases and in aohwe other» mentioned in the bills of directions girea with Ibis medicine, HE DOES SAY thit the CAMOMILE TONIC PILLS intéidungedocoasion ally with hia APERIENT FABHt^Y PILLS, C^e best known) which are a^d with th«*«. ^IH immediate relief; and if ossd boi for a Wr period of trial, a parted care. Tkis nweh Is platted yond a donbt by daflir t^timonits given on oath; and for ttMi BWA W' W. Wm -■"^•^•^ejSisasiite instead of vainly hoping to extirpate it plactei^ off üs leaves and mora distant braadws. His Aperient Pills will do all that any pnrgative medicine can do; that is, thorongbiy cleanse the stomaeii and bowels; and bis Camomite orTonie Pil^ combining, as they also do, the most delightAil anodyne known in medicine, will do, or ham done, and are coniiuaally doing, more to strengthen, restore and snsuin the human constitntion, than any other medicine that has been discoversd. Of this be has innumerable proofs, and this no auut can de^ withont falsehood. These medicines, which can be porehaaed either together or separately, areconfldenUy recommend for the following complainta, and directions for use accompany them: Dy^psia in all its forms; bilious and liver affections, in every stage and degree; female sickneases, more particularly the nausea incident lo mothers; floor albas; fever atul ague; incipient coasumptions or declines, whether of liver or lungs; headache and giddiness; Iors of appeClte; nervous tremors; inebristion or delirium iretnens; spasmodic affections of all kinds; rheumatism, whether chronic or inflammatory; nervous and btiioas fevers of every variety; scrofala; salt rheum, and all blotches, bad buohirs, and impure complexion« of the skiiH mtlesaness at night, and daily irritability and melancholy; the summer complaint and cholera morbus, or diarrhoaa in grown peratms; worms and flatulency, with bad bmlb; chlorosis and palpitations of the heart or head; chaiiges of female oonslitution; and for impaired and dipor-ganized constitutions in either sex, which have not bgeen permanently relieved by any other medicines. a single trial of Dr, W. EVANS'S MEDICINES in any of these cases will produce such effects aa will indicate their incompaiable superiority, and induce such a ose of them as will insure a speedy snd unquestionable cire. The purchaser, however, should be careful to get them genuine at Dr. W. evans's OFFICE, No. 100, Chatham street. New York, or of his aath :>rixed agents, as all othera are base and ignorant i mpositions. For further particulars, he respectfully requetts tbe public to peruse his other advertisements and med«««' papers, which may be depended upon for their strict and acknowle^ed '^ruib. AOSNTS. lewis johnson, Washington, d, c. c. cruikshank, Georgetown, d, c, bell a entwisle, Alexandria, d, c. mor timer a mowbray, Baltimore, M d edward McDowell, Fredericksbuir^Va.. March 18 ^EW BO KS—^The Tuacolan Ouesiiona of Marcus Tullus Cicero, m flve books; translated by George Alexander OUs, esq. member of the American Philosophical Soci^y, iranslattir of BottaS History of the American War of Inde-pend«>nee. Also, Caleb in the Coantry; a story for children, by the anthor of the Rollo books. Also, The School Boy, or a guide for youth to troth and duty; by John S. C. Abbott, author of Mother at Home, Child at Home, dkc This day received and for sale by W, M. MORRISON, Foar doors west of Brown% Hotel. w E HAVE JUST OPENED— SO 10 10 10 June «—31 Also, 100 ptee«w colored boriered Crash, •lair steps do Haekerhaek, blaaehed do do brown do 19-4aMeiiafls do M do BRADLEY 4h CATLETT. for CAMBRICa, , MUSUNS, Ac. We hav« just <u>raad-> 50 piM)es Ptaid lïïlUi^ «M7HITE f^ WehavajiMa 100 do .Gan^ Mwltiip aijo JH svota, 6000 yardf «oolored l^lfik^Uwns ánd Mui^ has, which will be sold off June ft-3t BWaW CATLBTT.fore need onl]r add ttiit lit < MARRATITB of a JoaiWsir to OaataoMla la n ^ O-Mo«tgò»emtw0l. 11 oiitredpndrhrsfttebjr f.tAYL<Mt ;