Newspaper of Evening Star, April 16, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 16, 1855 Page 4
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EVENING star. THE SUICIDE Down by a river A weeping maid ftole; Blur It as that river The flow of her aoo) ; Deep aa that river The woes that oppreaaed her; Wild aa that river The thought* that pnaaeaaed har; Fast a? fiat river Flow'd her heart'* Mood, Aa by the river A moment she stood. White as the river When rising in foam, Her death-ftri ken check. Aa she turned from her home; The ? oft locks that prow The snow of her brea?t, Were rich as the river Wh?*n ovent1! swell The light of the moon In golden rays tell. is gone?r.nd the river moves slowly aloof ( She is gone?acd the river is moaning ita song; She ia ?one?and the breaat of the dark water heaves; She ia gone and til* wind tells the tales to the leaves* She u pme- and the morn tnmeih sickly and pale Th?* spring of her tears its la.-t tribute baa paid, And she -Seeps ?neath the willaw tree's saddening shade. Whence cometh the river, and whither ita flow, The false one that injured her never shrill knew, Nor ever again shall nts hard heart re otce? Uereasing, that river's mysterious v oice Shall ru-h like a spirit along by hia bed, And murmur the plaint of the inno.ent dead. Somi Military Facts.?At two thou sand yards off, a single man or horse looks like a dot; at twelve hundred yards, infantry can be distinguished from cavalry ; at nine hundred, movements become clear; at seven hundred and fifty yards, head of columns can be made out. If the enemy's cavaTry are one thou sand yards off when they begin to move, they will take about seven minutes to come up?first at a gentle trot, and final ly at a gallop; and during this interval, each gun can discharge at them, with great precision, ten rounds of shot. A thirty-six pounder, with only one third charge, at one thousand vards pen etrated twelve inches into good rubble masoniy, thirty-one inches into sound oak, and nearly six feet into a mass of earth, sand and clay. An eight-inch shell penetrates twenty-three feet into compact earth. A regiment of eight hundred stretches two hundred and fifty yards; a division of three brigades, seven hundred and thirty five yards, allowing for space be tween : and a regiment of cavalry, four hundred yards. (?7* It is now just two hundred years since phosphorous was first obtained by Brand of Hamburg. So wonderful was the discovery then considered that Krapt, an eminent philosopher, gave Brand three hundred dollars for the secret of its prep aration. In appearance phosphorous re sembles beeswax, but it is more trans parent. approaching to the color of am ber. Its name signifies *? light-bearer,'" and is indicative of its most distinguish ing quality, being self-luminous. T7* We heard a gentleman introduced to another, the other evening, as the au thor of Daniel Webster's last words, "We still live."?Boston Times. MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS .Vane. Leant For Daw. New York Havre Apl. 7 V-^,av: ?- Boston Liverpool.. Apl 11 WaahiagKm Bremen New York..Mar 28 America Liverpool.... Boston .. Mar. 31 3C?~The California steam ?ra leave New York cm the 5th and 29th ?f each month. ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS. National Hotel?a. d. wilum T Wood, Pa Mr Morris, Md A Montgomery and lady, Kunkel Opera Troupe NY VV Heriine, Pa J Bowes. Md J Merritt, Va W J Talbot, do J Cuii mmg, pa Capt Sintfield, NY P Reading, do S Bo-wort., O 11 W Hick* a lady, NY S DaviJ, Va Mrs Pickering, do J P Huibici, Md Dr R H Stuart a duufb Gen T lirown, do ters, Va J B Brooke, do T Bowling fc family, do W H Ball, USN R Ward, 5c N H Massie. Va JH Good d II, NY J W Also, do E O Perrin, do J P Sheelcross, do Dr M Pish, do R Betu, Coi W H H<>op-r, Ky J Am?'lory, Ireland N H Hart, Mich R W Prud.eion a servt, A H Sfwane, DC Md J H Haemaa, do . J VVillingtnm, Va T Welch, NY E G Matthews, Md E Smith, Ct J F Ma-rne, NH Browne' Hotel?v. p. k i. aaowa. T H Osbourn, Md W M Marick a ly Dr Chandler, Va G Y Hasleo, Pa H Chasm, do I> B Lucaa, Va J C Howard, Tex R W Waust, Ky P S Duvall, Pa Miss Forman, Eng T A Ball, Bait J W Keyworth, do A Kin-aw, Pa H Keyworth, do J E Heating, Va TB Eastland, Tenn E S Plummer, do J McCoilock, NY A J J hnson. Mass J McGee, Va Maj Wagner, Bait D M Bailey, do U W VVil iams, Mo J A Hall, do W Oris and ly, NY M C Hall, do W T Washington, Va Mrs Hinn, Md G PbatM. do Mrs Barr,do E <; Lee, do PC Kern, Va W Norton, J S Linn a ly. Pa C S Brown, NC W Stevens and .y, Ga Dr Bean, Md C Moore, NY H Hodge*, do D Ma'thews, Pa H 'J Hidden P Eennick, NC G Ember, lad* C Paynter, Ky J B Pidgeon, Pa A Hyott, NY Wlllardi* Hotel?b. i k j, c. wiluu. J Baiwan. England J Pitch. Ill J McKinstry. USA H Merchant, La Mr Parker, NY B C Ranoall, do ? V Glover, jr, Pa G W Denison and lady, R Hale. Vt Ala Lt W A Parker. USN P A Han.ilton, Mas* G O Rrastow, Md M Curtis, NY H C Gi' son, Pa N A Carry, NC J B Lainyer, iady a eon, P W James, Mass Ma-s B B Smith, Va T Allihnoe a lady, Pa C Simpson a lady, NJ Mia* Allibone, do Miss Sin peon, do 11 A B'own, Md MP Morris, Pa 8 fUMwb, Maw M C Moore a laJy, do C C Morrison, do Miss C Moore, do P T Lowrs a lady A W. Icatt, Ia W H Hope, Md M Wive, NY Mr Saniord, do Klrkwood Baaat?<i. i k t. nuwooi. W Wallace, NY CP Pisher, NC G R 3 j rr peon, do A At wood. PY J C T.aughland L Brown Bait W Maister, IKJ J E Pord, Va J H Forhes. Ohio A R Sparks, Wash J.Brown, NS W R Lawrence, Pa VV K Brown, do P T Bond, Bos Mrs do H C Demick, Wash S Le? nard, Me S Dent, Md , ^"L^nard P Luuton, SC J M Mercer, WR LN Dennis, Bolt D M-r.? Va MC Brown. Wash R Morns, Bait n B Lf- ' y, ~ ? Davidson. Ala ? .yarw]7t N v a r g? R Lraoks, NY B </roag an. Boa Unitad 8 tat a a Hatal-.. ?. liCDIT. N Chapman, Ct J w Meredith, Va J C Conover, Ml W Anders, do R W Bailey, Va A R parks a lady DC J R Wood a family, DC G Jeffers, Kansas C Simmons, Mi KHow*a, Alexandria, va. a. irxwroa, paorairroa. C ilenham, Cal O Sexton, NY A Kennedy, Md A R Bolen, Va f Dunott, Pa P Kennedy, do G D Mercer, Va C L BandH, Md C J Stnvin, do J Catxend a/Ter, do B B Bench, do W He IBM, Pa T B P Ingrahaa, D B Lucas, Va B Borne*, Md IA Smith, Md ? W Scrivener, ? ? Jackson, Va M H Oaahondre, do Mise Dade, do W U Omahoodra. *> Meat Baae do A VV Benmead, da T A Robinson, da C H Ash ton, do J ~ T Maaarty, fU M' ? r*o 5?.] Notice of Uu eetaUiskment ?/ the tjbi of Swrsjror General of puiixe laud t for the Tortifry of Utah IN Ttoto* of the authority contained in the Ml ftp proved February 91, 1856, entitled "An net to eetawbh tb? office of surveyor general of Utah, and to grant i#n<j for K(,ooi and unirermjty purpoees," the President of the United Statee baa directed that the office of surveyor general of said Territory be located at Great Sa.t Lake City until otherwise or dered. m Given under my band, at the City of WasbiMtoo thi? twwuy fourth day of Commissioner of General Land Offio-. bw<w MANTUA MAKING. 138 MARGARET DYER reapectfolly announ _ cea to the ladies of Washington and vicinity, thai she bas Just returned to Washington, and in tends to resume her former business, ana solicits the patronage of her former fric?da. No. SSI Pa. avenue, between Fourteenth and Fifteenth sts. ap 9?9isw3w# W. WILLIAM, LADIES' DRESS A9D TKIMMHTO 8T0BE Pa avenue, between Seventh and Eighth streets. M WILL I AN would respectfully announce to ? th>- Ladies of Washington that he bas just received from the Northern cities a complete slock of GOODS, among which may be found? New style French Dress Trimmings Fine French Flowers and Ribands A large lot of Bonnets, in silk, scrape, and straw, of the latest patterns And an excellent assortment of handsome Embroi deries of all kinds. Dresees made in the latest Pahs fashions at rea sonable rates. Pinking and Fluting, and Rid Gloves cleaned, mar 31?eolin* W1 [So. 634 ] ? Notice of the eitahlishment of an additional land district in the State of California BR&KAS under the pr->vi?ions of the act of Congress, approved Mareb 3, 1863. entit'ed "An act to provide lor tbe sur?ey of the publfe land in Call'ornia," Ac- the President of the Unitej Sta'ee is authorized, at such time or times as iu bis judgment the pubiie interest may bo imperatively require, * ? ? to divide the Stat* of California into two or three separate land districts, t?o of whifh districts were established un rl?r svd act by piblu notio*, dated Slat March, ItiS; and whereas the eurv^s and s*tt ement* hive extended in California so far that tbe conve nl-uee cf the settlers and the public interest require tie astonishment of the three districts authorised by th? ac*. rf the 2d March, 1853, aforesaid? Now, therefore, be it known, that under, and iy authority of ihe paid a?t cf Conirens of 3d March. 1S53 tbe Presriei-t efthe Unitrd >t*tes has direct-d that the State of California chall be divided in'o three separate land districts, tbe boundaries of irhich ar- as fol ows, vt? : All that part of the Stnte, c^mmencirg on the P?^ dhe eO'St, lying nrrth of tfce line between t)w? sM^s Feven and eixbt (7 and 8) north of Mount D1 able bare line, tbenre rnnnirg e?et on said line to the meridian, thence ?outh on the meridian line to the l'ne dividing townships three and four (3 and 4) n< rth of mid base 11 e, thence east on said line be tw?en tc*n?hips three and four to the eastern boundary cf tbe State, will form the "Cppxb Dis trict,** the land office for which has been established at Marysrille All t*at Fart of the State lying south of the above d-sfribed limits and n< rth of the line dividing towr J sh'ps twenty and twenty-one. south,(or fifth stand a'd south) will form the "Middle District," the of fl-e for which is at Benxcia; a id all that part cf tbe H'ate lying south of the fiith standard parallel the "Lowr* District."a? heretofore organise I, the office for which is es abilebel at Los Angela*; and !?> view of the said direction of the President of the United atstes, under the act of Congress afore?al<5 tbe ? oundaries pb ve m?ntior.ed phv.ll in future be re^ardei as the limits of the Bald land dittr cte re spectively . OiTen under my hand at the city of Washington, this ninth d?y of April, A. D. 1855 By rrder of the President: JOHN WILSON, Commissioner General Land Office, ap 12?law!3w Eldorado house, Pa. arena*, between Third and 4% streets, Washington, n. o. C L K H K M T RKTHOLD8, (Late of Willards' Hotel,) RESPECTFULLY rf^urns thanks tn his friend and the public for their exceedingly liberal pa tronage since the opening of his hone, and be bees to assure them that they will always be equally pleased in future Since his opening bis large patronage has induced him to fit tip two large moms, in a handsome style where he is enabled to furrish DINNEtt AND SUPPER PARTIES, for from two to fifty peisons, in an unsurpassed style as to quality, as well as excellence. mar 20?eolm LAW PARTNERSHIP. SUPREME TOURT OF THE UNITED STATES. ROBERT J. WALKER and LOUIS JANIN ha?e formed a copartnership under the name oi "Walker and Janin,"for the argument of cases in the Supreme Court of the United States, at Wash mi.ton city, wheie both will attend throughout the future session* of that court. They may be addressed at Washington, N. York, or New Orleans. jan 19?e<>3m* THE MUTUAL FIRE IHSURAHCE C0MPA HY 0? THE -ISTRICT 07 COLUMBIA, CHARTERED by Congress, offers to the property owners of the District safer and cheap?r mean* of insurance than any other Company. ULYSSES WARD, President. ( HAS. WILSON, Secretary. MATHEW G. EMERY, Treasurer. ?ANA0BRS. Ulysses Ward John Van Riswick Thomas Blag den P. W. Browning P. Howard, Mathew 6. Emery. J. C. McKelden. Office, Columbia Place, corner Louisiana avenue and 7th street. Office hours from 3 to 6 o'clock p. m. feb 20?eotf For sale?a very fine saddle and B?^gy HORSE. The horse is young, ( g'ntle and sound, and of fine stock; would make either a very fine carriage horse, or a4 very pleasant riding norse. Also, for sale an excellent work horse, perfectly sound. Apply to No. 43 Danbarton st, GeorgetV mar 1?lawtf ORGANS FOR SALE. A SUPERIOR toned CHAPEL ORGAN; and a fine Rosewood PARLOR ORGAN, both now on exhibition at the Metropolitan Mechanic a' Fair. The/ are from the manufactory of HENRY ERBEN of New York. For terms, fcc.. apply to Prof. SCHEHL, on 14th ?tfeet, north of P. HINRY ERBEN. teb 98?eotf c fNo. 633.] Notice of Withdrawal of attain Lands in Wisconsin. WHKRKA8, in purvuanse of s joint resolution of Congress, en t'tied "A resolution explana tory of an at t passed August third, eighteen hun ilred and fifty four," approved Match 3,1866, relat ing to the Fox and wlsoonsin river grant, the ef fect cf which is to enlarge said grant from three tn five see'-ion* in width, the President of the Ohited StaUs has, by hif order bearing date the ninib day of March ultimo, directed that certain townships situat-d ia tbe ctatb o? Wisoofsi*. on each Bids of the Porteg* canal and ths Fox riser and the lakee through which it passes, (Including the lands here to fore withdrawn and withheld for ?akl grant,) shall be withdrawn from sals or entry for any purpose whatever until further orders Novica is therefore hereby given that said lands citua ed as hereinafter described have this day been withdrawn from sale or entry accordingly, to wit: In the diatrict of lands sutys?tto sale at Mbhjbha Forth qf the base line aad east qfthe fourth princi pal meridian Township 13, on ths left bank of the Wisconsin river, ard townships 13 and 14, cf rangs 9 Townships 12,13 and 14, of raoge 10 Townsnip 14, of range 11 Townships 14,16, 'O. 17. aad 18, of range 19 Townships 16,10,17 atd 18, of range 13 Townships 17,18 aod 19, of range 14 Townsh p? 17,18,19, anl 20, of range 16 Towrships 15,16,17,18, 19, 20 and 21, of rang* 10 Tcwnsnips 16, 18,17,18, 19, 20, 21, and 22, of range 17. Townships 16,16,17,19,90, 91 and 22 of range 18 Townships 18, 17, 18,19, 20, 21, 92, and 28, of range 19 Townships 21,22,23 and 24, of range 30 Townships 29, 23 and 94, range 21 In the distriet of lands sul^ee: to sale at Minaai. Ponrr: North of the bass line end east qf the fourth princi pal meridian. Townships 12, 13 aod 14, on ths left bank of the Wisoonsin river, of range 8 In the district of lands sutyect to sale at Stsvus* Pourr: North of the base Ume and east of the fourth printifal meridian. Townships 16 and 16, cf range 8 Townships 16 and 16, of range 9 Townships 16 acd 16, of range 10 Townships 16,16 and 17, of range 11 Given under my hand, at the General Land Offiea, st the Sty of Washington, thi< third day of April, Anno Domini one tkwml sight huad ed mid ft 6y Bp order at ths rn<llml JOHH WILSOM, Land Offiee. ROBLL * SOTD* BLIND MAIKRfl k UPHOLSTKRXRS, WOULD reepeetfhlly Inform their frtaods tbe public generally that they; art prepared to attend to all orders In* their Una of business. All kinds of UPHOLSTERING neatly executed; such as?Cutting and, Makini Carpets, Fitting down Matting ; and Oil Cloth, Making and fitting upi Red and Windnw Curtains. Hair, Shuck i and other Mattresses, Pew and othar i Cushions, Spring Beds, Lounges, Easy, and Sick C?airs. We have In store?Window Shades and Trimmings. Cords and Tassels, Split Blinds, Wide Paper for Curtains. VBNlTIAN BLINDS made in any style, and old ditto repaired to look as well as j new. All kinde of old Work repaired, and all or ders thankfully received and promptly attended to for ' ash, of a perfect undemanding before hand If you want the worth of your money just give us ft call, at No 5191 Pa. avenue, south side,betw. Oth and 10th streets mar 30?tf SPBCTAOLKS. EVE 6LAS8E8, He., Gold, Silver, and fine Steel Spectacles, Eye Ola* sen, lie Of?- Particular attention paid to the selection of Glares adapted to the eyes of wearers. M. W GALT k BRO., Jewelers, 194 Pennsylvania avenue. mar98?t/ NOTIC1C?I received this day a new assort ment of SLEEVE BUTTONS and STUDS, of 111** latest styles. Also, a variety of other new Goods : as Vest Chains, Chatelains, Bracelets, Pins, Earrings, Rings, etc. Great inducements offered to purchasers. H. SEMKEN, No. 330 Pa. avenue, bet. Oth and 10th st\ New Points put to Gold Pens at short no'ictf. Diamonds remounted, aud Jewelry made to order, mar 29?tf ""jSOLIAN PIANOFORTE8. tTj Another of these beautiful instruments made by T. Gilbert fc Co., Boston, can aow be seen at our Mimic Depot. Also, a splendid papier mache case parlor Melo deon, made by T. G Gardner fc Co , Conn. HILBUS fc H1TZ, 96 Star Buildincs. , NEW SONG. WHY DID I LOVE FALSE FLORA, words and music by W. B , of this city, and dedi | cated to Inez Allison, the fair Guitarist This song ha* a most charming melody. Just pub lished and lor sale by HILBUS fc HITZ. ap4 LOOK HERE!!! ITORG BOUNTV LAND TO ALL who served in ant war since 1790, whether as Officers Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, Clerks, Indians, Chap lains, Wagon Masters, Teamsters, Landsin* n, (or their widows or minor children) who have not yet received full 160 acres, and have been in service 14 day.*, will do well to wnte to us, postpaid, and their Land Warrants will b? forwarded to them for the ilK>ve quantity, und no charge if they do not get it. LLOYD k CO., Claim Agent'f Office, opposite U. 8. Treasury, Washington City, D. C mar 6-3m JOS7 NEFF'SPREMIUM VIOLINS AND VI olincelloe can be seen at our Music Depot. Amateurs and the profession are invited to call | and try these excellent insiruments HILBUS & HITZ, Agents. A good Contrabass lor sale low for cash, if immej | diate application be made as above. mar 23 BAixnie housi of paieo 4 noubsk, B Opposite United States Tttammry. ONDS, Stocks and other soawiOes purchased and sold. Interest at the rate of six per cent per annum al lowed on deposits when left for M dave or longer. Ian 24?6m 00UGHS, GOLDS, HOARSENESS, Relief In Fltt Minutes* TYLERS COMPOUND OUM ARABIC STRUT ' IMIE increasing demand for this most pleasant L Rafr, and efficacious remedy tor all pulmonar, ! diseases, has enable I the proprietor to reduce th? prloe so as to place it within the reach of a)! d?w Its superiority over m;>st r.mi'a- preparations ta at u-gted by many eminent (.bysicians who hz.o *j* witnesses cf Its efficacy when the usual rsme d^ea have failed; also by thousand of ocr most r? speotable elrisens who have used it in their ?amillet both is preventive and cure with never tailing sac cess f-r the last twenty years, during which perio. j with very little aid from advertising, it ha gradaaily spread reputa'ion over the whole Union In e&~S3 cf recent Ocldt Coughs, Hoarseness, gives immediate relief, ar.d gen'rally cures in a daj or two, without interfering with diet or bosina ?, 01 rendering the system more susceptible o! Cblcu, ie chrot-ic casee, Asthma, Wticop'ng Coug\% Croup Brcnzhitu, Affections of the Lungs, and Ccnrmxy tiow, it is always very Vnefidal. and seldom taili when commenced in time to perfect a care. Price 2J and 60 cents a bottle. Sold wholeeale by Patterson A Nairn, Stott A 0o. Rldgely A Co. Alexandria by Peel A Stevens. Ie I Georgetown by Mr. Clssel. TYLERS OUM ARABIC CANDT DROFt a similar composition to the above, but in a mildet ?nd mare portable form ; they act like a charm oe a troublesome Cough, and oiear the throat and roioe; they oontain no injurious drag, are partlcu Ur'y recommended for children, frequenters of peb U: assemblies, public speakers, singers, Ac. Pri-e and 95 cents psr box. for sale at most Drug and Candy Stone. oct 17?tf . rNVIGORATENG CORDIAL A PHENOMENON IN MEDICINE. LIEALTH RESTORED AND LIFE Al ISNO^HENID, by DR. MORSE'S INVIGORATING > ELIXIR OR CORDIAL.?At first the proper tiee attributed to Prof. MOKES'8 INVIGORATING E LlXLR OR CORDIAL wer- deemed fibalouo. The public often deceived, eouli not believe the simple and subiims truths ancotmoed by the dlsooversr.? Bu? facts, undeniable facta attested by witueans ol the highest class aed character, are now triumph in* over all doubts. INCREDULITY" IB OVER i HR0WN bj a mess of testimony which Is perfectly rruls table. The Euro remedies, in ill eatec, the deplorable evils arising from amlsuse or abuse of tbe various ?>r-r>n which makeup the*v *\d"fn! machineeallad oian. It restores to roll vigor every deUoate funo aen connected with that mysterious compound agency of matter .nd mind, neoeseary to the re-pro ?iucttonof human I if*. To persons of feeble muscu lar frame, or deficient In vital power, It In recom mended as the only means of oommuoioating that energy which is necessary to the proper enjoyment of all the natural appetites, as wall ae the higher mental attributes. Its beneficial effects are not eon fined to either sex or ta any age. The feeble girl, the ailing wifr, the listless, ernevated youth, the overworn man of business, the victim of nervous de pression, the individual suffering from general de bility, or from the weakness of a single organ, will all find inftnedlate and permanent relief from the nae of this Incomparable renovator. To those who have a predisposition to paralysis it will prove a complete and un&iling safeguard against that terrf hie malady. There are many, perhaps, who have ao trifled with their constitutions, that they think themselves beyond the reach of medkina. Let not even these despair. The Elixir deals with dlseaaees It exists, without reference to causes, and will not only remove the disorder itself, but REBUILD TUB BROUN CONSTITUTION. The derangements of the system, leading to car voos ol eeasea, and the forma of nervous disss/s U* self, are so numerous that it would require a column to enumerate the maladies for which this prepare* ration Is * specific. A few, however, may be enume ratal, vis: neuralgia, tic ddereanx, headache.Incip ient paralysis, hyslena, palpitation of the heart, spi na' affe*liona, muscular debility, tremors, flatulence, a pruning ssnsatton in the flesh, numbceos, torpidr ity of th liver, mental depression, weakness of the will, Indispo otion U move, itintueu after exercise, broken sleep an i terrifying dreams, inability to re main in one pTaoe r r pcelticn, weakness of the pro creative organs, sexual iiicompetency, melaneholv, monomania, floor albas, nking at the stomach, m male irregularities, a chronic tendency to miscar riage, emaciation, and all complaints growing out of a free indulgence of the passions, and all barrenness that doe* net proeeed from organic causes beyond tbe reach of medicine. Whenever the organs to be acted upon are ftee from malformation or stricture! diseases it Is averred that MORSE'S INVIGORATING ELIXIR will replaoe weakness with strength, incapacity with efficiency, irregularity with uniform and natural ao tivity, and this not enly without haaard of reaction, but with a happy effect on tbe general organisation. g?"Bear in mind that all maladies, wherever they begin, finish with the nervous system, and that the parallsatlon of tbe nerves or morion and sensation ie physical death. Bear In mind also, that Ibr every kind of nervous dlsera the lllzer Cordial Is the only reliable preparation known. cautTok. Da. Moaart Ivnaoaansa Ooaoua. has been coun terfeit*: by some unprincipled persona. In future, all the genuine Cordial will have the proprietor's fac simile pasted over the cork of each bottla, and the fblloalng words blown In the glass Dr*t Morse's Iavtgoratlag Cordial, * C. H. Rife a, Proprietor, I.T< MBR* Tt?0 Ooruiel Is put up highly oonwntraled, in pint bottles. ^ Price, -|1 per bottle; two for $i; six for flS. (J. n. RING, Proprietor, 1M Broadway, New Tork. taM by Droglsts throughout (he United 9*tee, knadae, and weet Indies. I AGENTT. Washington?E. D. ?Itf?|U|. Baltimpra??. B. QAMtti. Rlahssood?BWNITr? 4 EB?EE, OARTRR'B SPANISH MIXTURE Vila G ot Pwrtffier of tk? B1m4I Hot a Partial* of Manmxj In It 4a ImiusLi Rxmxdt for SfcroflUa, Slag's 1*0* Kbeusaatis.*, Obstinate Cutaneous Bruptfoas, Ptra?l<? ?r Pustules on tbe facs, Blotches, Boil*. Chronk Sore Eyes, Ring Worm or Totter, 8:aU dead, fcolargemeat and Pain oi the Boom m>4 Joints, Stubborn Uloer*, Syphilitic i/Lsordera, Lumbago Spttai Compla'nts, an 1 all tbo diseases arising from an injudicious am of Mer-nrr, lm pm i n?*e in or Imparity of tho Blood. PHIS valusMe Medici ns, *hich haa b?oom oel?? 1 b rated for the nam bar ?f txtrtordinary runt, imtod through its agency, hu induced the proprl ?to-s, at the org - nt r-quest of their Mends, to offer it to the public, which they do with the utmost con fidence in its virtues ard wonderful curative prop het! s Tbe following certificates, telected rrom a large number, are, however, stronger testimony the mere word of tbe proprietors; and are all from gentlemen well known in th-lr localities and of tbe highest respectability, many of th-m rea ding 'a the i"itr of Richmond- Vs. V. BOYDBN, Esq,, of tha Exchange Hotel, Btoh raord, known everywhere b*tshe hassean the Med. Idne called Cham's Spamibh vIixtoxs. administered In over a hundred cases, in nearly all the diseases for wbioh it is recommended, with the most aston ishingly g^ed results He says it is the most ax* tcaerdinarv medicine he has -?ver Men. AQUB AND PBYBR?ORBAT CURB.?I hereby certify that for three years 1 had Ague aad Fever of the saoet violent deecription. I had several Phy sidanr, took l?rg? quantities of Quinine, Mercury, and I believe all the Tonics advertised, but all with ont permanent relief. At last I tried Garter's Spanish Mixture, two bottles of which effectually j a red me, and I ain happy to say I hare had r either chills or fevers sinoe. I consider it the beet Tonic In this world, and the only medieine that ?ver reached my ease. JOHN LONGDKN. Bum Dt*cH, near Richmond, Vs. 0. B. LUCK, Esq., now in the city of Richmond and for many years in the Poet Otto*, has such confidence In the astonishing efficacy of Carter's Spanish Mixture, that hs has bought upwards of 68 bottles, whloh he has given away to the affl'cted.? Mr. Luck says he has never known it to fail when taken aooording to directions. Dr. MINGB, a practising Physician, and formerly 'A the City Hotel, in the city of Richmond, say? he has witnessed in a numb*r of lnstanoeetbs effwts ol Oarer's Spanish Mixture, which were most truly surprising. He says la a case of Consumption, de pendent on the Liver, the good effsoU were won derful indeed. 8AMUEL M. DRINKER, of the firm of Drinker k Morns, Richmond, was oared cured cf Lifer Com C- lint of Uaree Tears standing, by the use cf twe ttles of Carter's Spani h Mixture. GRSA.T CURE Of SCliOFUl.A -Tfc? Editcra of tho Richmond Republican h-.d a servant employed in thsir press room, cured of violent Scrofula, com bined with Rheumatism, which entirelv disabled him from work. Two bottles of Carter s Spanish Mixture made a perfect euro of him, and the Edi tor* in a public notice, say they "cheerfully recom mend it to v\l who are aHioted with any disease of the blood " STILL ANOTHER CURB Of 80R0PULA.?I h\d a verv valuable boy cured of Scrofula by Carter'a 3p?nl*h Mixture. I consider it truly a valuable medieine. JAMBS M. TAYI/>B, Conductor on the R. P. and P. R. R. Co., Richmond, V?. iALT RHEUM OT TWENTY TEAR8 STANDING CU.vED Mr. JOHN THOMPSON, residing in the city of Richmond, was cured by thr-e bottles of Carter*!? Spanish Mixture, of Salt Kheum, which he had for aearlw tweety yean, and which all the physicians of thf s*w enuld not oare. Mr. Thompson is a well know; ? -^c jhnnt In the city of Richmondf and his fe mvi. rmerkable. ',Va m. IS ATTH8W3, of Richmond had a servant rured ?f Rjphilis, in the worst form, by Carter's Spanish Mixture. He says he cheerfully recom mends it, and oonrdders it a very invaluable medi ans. EDWIN BURTON, commissioner of the revenue, ?ays he has seen the good effect* of Carter's Spanish Mixture In a number of Syphilitic oases, and says it to a pertect eur? fir that horrible disease. WM. Q. HARWOOD. ef Richmond, cured of old Sorts *ad Uloer*, wh eh disabled him frem walking. Took <t fr w bottle- of Carter's Spanish Mixture, and was enabled to walk without a crutch, in a short dme twnaanec ly cured. Principal Depots at M WARD, CLOSE A Co? No. ??8 Mai dsn Lane, New York. T. W DYOTT A SONS, No. 182 North Becond St., Philadelphia BENNETT* A BEERS, No. 126 Main street, Ri?h nond, Va. And for sale by OHARLE8 STOW, Washington. 0. 0; HENKY PEEL, Alexandria, and by Druggists everywhere. f ri$1 per bottle, or six bottles for $5; acp 21?ly Private Medical Treaties on thi PHYSIOLOGICAL YIEW 07 MARJEUAGB, sr M. B. L. A. CROIX. BB. D* ALBANY\ N F. 360 Pages and 180 Vine Plain and Colored Litho graphs and Plates. IV Prlaa oaiy SB Caata. "CI ?Sent free of postage to all parts of the Union^B CHEAPEST BOOK EYES PUBLISHED, and oontaining nearly d ub!? the quantity ot realing matter in that of the FIfTY CENT8 OR DOLLAR PUBLICATIONS. It treats on the PHY8IOLO , GY 09 MARRIAGE, and the | secret iefirmitiesana disorder of youth and maturity, re suiting from exoeesss, which destroy the physical and men _ tal powers, with observations sn marriage, its duties and disqualifications, and their remedies; with lithographs, illustrating the anatomy and physiology, and diseases of the repro ductive organs of both sexes, their structure, usee anu functions. A popular and comprehensive trea tise on the duties and casual*' jt f single and mar ried life?happy and trrutrul aPitinTes, mode cf ee ouring them?infelicitous a infertile ones?their 9bvia?ion and renurval?important hints to tho?e oontemplating mstnmcny, that will overcome ob lections' to it; nonu- however, should take this im portant s^ep without first consulting its pages? jr mmen taries on the aiseases and medical treatment ot females from infancy to old a?e, each case graph ically illustrated by beautiful lithographic plates? cervons debiLty, its causes and sure, by a prooess at onoe so simple, afe and effectual, that failure is liaposrible?rules for daily management?an eetay on Spormatorrheea with practical ot>#erTations on a safer, and more sucoessfhl mode of treatment?pre sauttonary hints on the evils resulting from empiri cal practtoe nn eeeay on all diseases arising from Indiscretion, with plain and simple rules by which all persons can cure themselves without mercury? remediee for tho* self inflinted miseries and dlaap pointed hopes so unfortunately prevalent in the young It is a truthful adviser to the married and those contemplating marriage. Ita perusal is par ticularly reoommended to persons entertaining se sret doubts of their physical condition, and who are jonscious of having hasanlsd the health, happiness and privileges to which every human being is en titled to. Prise 26 tents per oopy, or five copies for one dol lar. Mailed free of postage to any part of the Uui tad States. N. B.?Those who prefor Buy consult Dr. La Caul apon any of the diseases upen which hii book treats eftlMr personally or by mall. Modioins sent to any part of the Union acoording to directions, saMy packed and carefully secured from all observation. Address Dr. M. B. LA CROIX, No. SI Maiden Lane Off Post Office Box 679, Albany. N. Y. Office open daily from 5 a m to 0 p m, end cn Sunday from x until 6 pm. ' Kf Office Removed from N? *8 Beaver at, to 31 Maidsa L<aiae, Albany, N. Y. dec T AK APPEAL TO COMMON SENSE Lrr THS SICK HIaR THS TaUTH. CaPTaia lixsjaniM.?Wherever known bis testl mony will be conclusive. But lest those who do n<ft know the Captain should be sceptical, Dr. Daw eon k. Bro., with others of the best known and inoet highly rexpectahle cjtixens of Kaston, endorss his wonderful cure by HAMPTON'S YEQBTABLE TINCTURE. tiASTOM, Oct. 4,1854. Mestrt. Mortimm t( Mowbray: Gentlemen?I feel it my duty to ysu and the pub lie to certify to tbe effects of Hampton's Vegetable Tincture. I was for more than five years laboring under a disease of Chronic Rheumatism, and the great part of that time 1 was so helpless that I had to be helped from my bed and dressed in my clothes I became reduced to a mere skeleton. AM the med icmee I took done me no sood, and I continued b> grow worse. I heard of Hampton's Tincture and thought I would give it a trial. At this time I did not expect to live one day aAer another. 1 lid ikx take it (the Tinelure) for the Rheumatism, but in a short time I was well ?>f that disease. Proui tht effects of your 1 incture and the help of liod I am now getting in good health. I wish all the afflicted to try Hampton's Vegetab.t Tincture, as I have d me, with the same effect tiiat it has on Your obedient servant, Isaac Bsgjamn. We are acquainted with Ieaac Benjamin, wWc him some ot liampton'a Vegetable Tincture, and bt jieve tbe above statement correct. ^ Dawso* k Bao. Prom our knowledge of Captain Benjamin we art confident tiiat the above statement is true and un exageraled. J. A. Johkssm, ,, ,, . ., CHABiaa RuBiNaoa. Call and get pamphlets yaus, and see riircs o. Cough, Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Neuiui/ia Dv? pepeia, Neivousnese and General Weakness. As ? female medicine or for deiiaaie ehlldiea we buliew II uaeqaailed. Bold by MORTIMER h MOWBRAY, 141 Bain more eoeet, BaWmor* and KM Broadwny, N. fork Cite*. Breir k Co.,T. B. Mooaa, D. B. CLaan Oaaari It Bowusa, W. Bllsot, end H. McPaaa ?n?, Washlngeoa; alao. bv R. B. t. Cmmu George town, aad C. 0. Bsaav, Aleaandrte, aad By Drug DOCTOR MOOFLAND* CSLBBB HID (German Bitters, niran it OS. C. X. JACXSOV, FkiUTa^ fk, will irncTciLLT cm urn cojpuim. dyspepsia, junrous, Chromic or Jttrroms Dibilitj, Dioomom of dU mU dioomom mnoimf from ? 4io or Jbownsl. Such u Constipation, Inward Pflaa, Fullness, or Blood to the Head, Acidity at the Stomach, Nau m, Heartburn Disgust for food, Pullnew or weight in the Stomach, Soar Eructations, Sink tng or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swim ming of the Head, Hair ed *>nd difficult Breathing, Pluitering at the Heart, Choking or Soffbeatinf Sen?atkms when in a lying Posture, Dimness 01 Vision, Dota of Webe before the Sight, Fever and Doit Pain in th? Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellownest of tbe Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, fcc., Sadden Flushes of Heat Burning in the Pleab, Constant Imagtn *n*" Evil, ana great depression of Spirits. 'pHE proprietor, in calling tne attention of the X public to this preparation, does so with a fe?rf ng of the utmost confidence in ita virtues and adap tation to the diseases for wbicb it is recommended. It is no new and untried article, but one Uiat has -"tJad the test of a ten years' trial before the Amen cm poople, and its reputation and sale is unrivalled o>- any aimitar preparations exunt. The testimony in its favor given by the most prom'nent and well c town Physicians aud individuals, in all parts of he country ia immense. The following from North Can<lina is respectfully sub.i.itt d, referring any who may atill doubt, to my "Memorabilia," or Prac tical Receipt Book for Farmers and Families, to be had gratia, of all the Agenta lor the German Bitters. Principal Office and Manufactory, ltlO Arch su Philadelphia, Pa. TESTIMONY PROM NORTH CAROLINA. CertificaU of Dr. W. Smith, of Pww Hill, RuA moni Count*, N. C. _ Pun Hut., March 4th, 1864. Dr. C. Ms Jacksom, Philadelphia?Dear Btr: I nave been a subject of Dyspepsia, in its worst f rm, for the last five years. Such waa my condition for iwelve months that the physicians and all who aaw me said I must die. While in this condition. I was carried to tbe watering placea ia Virginia, Tennea see and North Carolina, but wa< not benefited by any water to which I was taken. While on my way home, I stopped a week at Rutherfor*ton, a small village in North Carolina, to try th? effect o? some Chalybeate water in that placa. About the laat of the week, I went into a drug store to get some medicine for my child and myaeif. There were several of the village physicians in the store, and one of them seemed to take some interest in my case, and, after asking me aome questions, said be had been a dyspeptic, and had been greatly bene fitted by the use of " Dr. Hoofland's German Bit ters," prepared by yi a, and he insisted that I would try the Biturs He ftfao called the next day at my room, aud insuted so much that I would try them that I asked him to get me one bottle. He did it, and I commenced taking it as directed, and I do say I was more benefitted by it than all the water and medicine I had ever taken. After reaching home one of my neighbors came to me for a prescription and medicine, (he a dyspep tic,) and i *ave him nearly ail the Bitters I had left, which effected much good in his case. He has often called on me for more of the same k nd of medi cine, saying he wan more benefitted by it than any otner he bad taken, but I have not b?en able to get izy more for him or myself v.'.'. ., tbere rf?re, please ship me a dozen or more as soon as po* cbie. Respectfully yours, W. SMITH/ D\R- ???KER> Roger's Store, Wake Co., N. C., October 24.1853, says:??' Having experienced very great benefit from the use of " Hoofland's German Bitters,?' in Chronic Dysentery and functional de rangement of the Liver, and iis concomitant evils, 1 am desirous of obtaining a quantity of it Tor the benefit of my community. You wMl, therefore, please send a lot, Ac. fcc. CERTIFICATE OP WM. J. ATWOOD. Hrirrsvittn, Yaouh Co , N. C ,Nov. 1st, 1063. Dr. C. M. Jackson?Dear Sir: Allow me to ex press to you my sincere thanks for your discovery ol a m< dicinc which, to say tbe lea*tof it, has ef fected a cure that all other medicines, that I have alien, have entirely failed to ilo. "Hoofland's Ger man Bittero'' have enred me of thd most rtubbo>u and aggravated case of the nlbs that, perhaps, ever fell tfl the lot of man My case is not a manger in community, as I am well known in this and the -urrouriding counties, and can truly mv that my re covery has astounded all my friends aad relations, aa 1 had tried everything reoommeuded, and nothing did me any good until I was prevailed upon to try tlie Bitters. You are -it liberty to rr>ake any sm oi this communication, for the be nefit of the afflicted you may think proper. Truly yours, WM. J. ATWOOD. These bitters are entirely vegetable, they invigorate and strengthen the system, never prostrate it, and can be used for infants as wdl as adults. Fur s-dle by respectable dealers everywhere, and by Z. D. OILMAN, Washington; J. L. KIDW&LL, Georgetown; and J. R. PIERPOtfT, Alexandria, mar 1?ly Watches amd jkwicl.rt.-i have on band a good supply of One dP WATCHES and JEWELRY which will be sold v*-ry cheap to suit the times. Gold I,* ver Watches as low as |SS, warranted to^^^^^ keep good tune. Call and see for yourselves at the ?lore of J. ROBJNSOK, ?49 Pa. ave., oppo. Browns' Hotel. I STOP YOUR COUGHING. JUST received, per Adams k Co.'s Express one case of Ma llard's ?ew York Gold Medal GUM LiROPS, consisting of Banana, Vanilla, Raspberry Lemon, and Horehound flavors. .Also, a complete assortment of his celebrated Chocolates, of universal reputation and without rival in the United States. For sale at? Z. M. P, MING'S, a65 Vermont avenue, corner I street, mar Ml tf NIC W BOOKS at SHILLINGTON'8 BOOKSTORE. The Immaculaie Conception; or, The Mother of God; an exposition by the Right Rev. Bishop Ulla thorne G owth in Holiness, or the Progress of the Spirit ual life^by the author of All for Jesus Tbe Metropolitan Magazine for April. The Slave of the Lamr, bv Wm. North Everything iu the Stationery line All the new books published received immediate ly afterwards and for sale at SHILLINGTON'S Bookstore, Odeon Building, corner 4K at. and Pa. ave. apr 6? WANDERINGS IN CORSICA, CORSICA: Picturesque, historical and social, with a sketch of the early life of Napoleon, translated from the German by Edward Joy Moms?price f 1 ?0 Lecture on Hnglisb Literature from Chanoar to Tennyson, by Henry Reed, price #1 aft Jui*t published tad for aaJe at TAYLOR A MAURY'S, mar ^ Bookstore, near Bth si. FOE POOR AND LABORING MEN. SMALL BUILDING LOTS of 10 feet ar more, lx" various parts of ths City, aad Georgetown, a* law prices, and tarma to suit. LLOYD A 00. UILD1IQ 8TOIE. J the Canal, or Wharves It Washington, George town, or Alexandria. .... . . _ LLOYD A 00. ,, ( 16tb ?t**at. opp. Treasury Department. THE SUPERB PIANO, ~~ MANUFACTURED expressly tor tbe late exhi uon in this city, by Bacon A Raven, and wnich received a medal, is now on exhibition at our store. This magnificent specimen of superior ?kill will he returned to New York at an earty day. unless disposed of. We are authorised to sell it upon very reasonable terms. We have also (Or sale that beautiful instrument manufactured by Hallet, Davis fc Co., Boston, which' received the first diploma at tbe recent exhibition. V\ e have always on hand a large and superior stock of Pianos from the above manufactories. Old Pianos taken In "change. JOHN F ELLIS, dOO renna. avenue, near Tenth sueet. 1>0 MEMBERS OF CONGRESS It OTHPRh ALT tVBBBO8P0Of"J' P0E*8- ?c^MEw: inVIIe special attention to their mo,e ... D. W. GALT A BRO., feb aa-tf tTonue betw* ^ Md 1(hh K 8Jv5iiAof fhNT AMEKICAN ACCORDEON8. ioit ?/.!!?!i new ^ "nproaed instrumenu just received and fbr sale at the Music Depot or A. - . HILBUS A HITZ. Bli ^5? ?f new cb4*P Instruction nooks, pnre 25 cents. ? PyW'c are invited to examine these Accorde the fir,t prenainnis in every n bibition euubited. HILBUS A HITZ, _ m<ua4 Sole Agents. JOHNSON ON MANURES, 1 vol, Loudon Vaux on tilling and vertiiiaing land, do Morflt on Manures, Philadelphia Dana's Muck Manual for Parsers, Lowell Dana on Manures, New York RufiHn on Calcareous Manners, Richmond Brown's American Mack Book, New York . Poetical Treatise on Manures, by the BriM Is ?l*jy?for tbe diffusion of useful knowledge _ "wks on Agricnltural Chnaten M Fruit Oalwra, Bom, Cattle, Drainage TraeVt^H ... FRANC* TAYiam nuumi TAYLOR TRAVELERS' MREptpRT. Mott Bedell ? Line. ^ nw ronr.aL&xjurDRjjt.WjiBHTWoTo* CITT, AND DISTRICT OF 90LUMMIA PACKETS. LIN* OP PACKETS BAIL! WISELY from plrr 14 Kmc River, New York.aad oil?r CMWT, !Uld ar? tanpoud Of the foUeWlag ftp? diM veeeel*: New echr. A. V. BtdtU, rpHis New ecbr. Mott B*dAly A. V. 1 8chr. Ann D , Wm. Olive Soh-. t'otent. L. A. Bmilh, rimw. 0cbr. Commmndtr in-Cki4f, Wogt m, Hchr. Ormvoy, Wileon, master. Tbeee veeeela err ell Test eailera. and the ? men of experience it ike (mde, and the only ? OTT BK. ELL. % 8. 8. MArri881i"S5578*- ? " ?-hu?irton and D. a ('ROIWKI.L'll BALTIMORE STEAMSHIP UNI BETWEEN NEW YORE BALTIMORE A BO^TXJf, WILL rfUpatcb a Stramrr daily from Be and New York, and twicea week from t? B iltimore and Baltimore to Boston. Tbw lino afford* unequalled facilitiee to the bnrf nesa men of the District of Columbia. Tbe Agents at either point will receive freight a'id pee a throng kill of lading to Washington at tbe loweet ntn ef fn-ight and no cominieMon* charged. Appl " for freight promptly ait nded to hj the " areoii: A. C. HALL, 58 Exchange Pl-ce, RaJuatora. H. B CROMWELL. Washington end Albany at*.. If. Y. JNO. W. SCHANE, J en 14?d^m Foot of India Wharf, FOR THE WEST AND SOUTH. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD IMPROVED 4REANJEMRNT8 FOR TRAVEL I IMPORTANT CHANG IS OF SCUIDUDKI t The let* completion of fee tral "bio Railroad ?>??ling end Co'umbos, onitlng an It does, be eo ebort anl tfireci a line, tbe Baltimore and Ohio KfJlrcad with ell portion* of tbe Weet (end North ?nl Southwest,) givas thi? r;ot* greatly inereaeed *1 vantage to through travelers in that direction. 0*> end erer MONDAY, November '/!, 1844, the tr .!<??? wi!" be rrn as follows: FOR THROUGH PA?8*NGRR*. Twc feet trains daily will run In eeob d?rer*km first?Tbe MAIL TRAIN, leaving at 7 a. a., Instead ol8 o'clock u heretofore, (except do Panda y,) end nHni;; %t Wheeling et 2 40 a. m. Second?The EXPRESS TRAIN, leering at 5 p m.. tn^t-ed ot et 7 p. in., as heretofore, and running through to Whee lng ?n about 17 hours, reaching t>:4? ?t 10 25 a. m. This trein will step at Wash* iLgton Junction, Sykesviile, Mcnooao, Harper** P rrv, Mar'insburg, Sir John'- Ron. Cumberland, Pi-.imont, llowleeburg. Nawhore, Veiterman, Farm i:>gt?n, Cameron and Mound?ville only, for ad water end meaia. Both tbeee train a i prompt end regular oonnodton with tba ean of the 0>.otral Ohio Bond for Cam bridge, Zanesvllle, New ark, Columbus, Cincinnati, Louisville*, T^ayUm, Psndrsky, Toledo Letr-it, IndianacoiU Chicago, tM Loaia, etc. Pa*>engen leering I ailtimore by the M.ilTrVn; will reicc Cincinnati fer dinner next da>, while by the Kxprew Train tbey there a* li tbe next night, being kepi bat one night on the roots by eith?r train Passengers for tbe Ncrthwect Tie Cleveland and all intermediate points can make t direct ccneo tion with ib* train*, opon th- Ovelar-1 and Fttta burg Reilrord at ell times wh- the Ohio ie naviga ble for steamers between Wheeling ncd WflieviU*) by leaving Baltimore in the Mail Train at 7 a. a. Ketoroicg. the Trains leave Wheeling a* follow* The EXPRfcS? TR '.IN at 4 JO p m. reaching Bal ti nore at 9^0 a. m. Tb- MAIL TRAIN at 11.4ft pw m . reaching Baltimore at m 7 p. 4^-Through tickeu by boat fron? Wheeling fbr Corir.nati, Madieon. Looievilie, St. Lroie and other River Oitiee, ? i'l be wid at a 1 times when the stag* f wa?r will admit. dVThrco^h tickets between Baltimore and Wasnington, and all the important cttlea and towns In the Weet, ere sold at the Ticket OCloes of the Company. FOR WAY PASSEN 'SCA THE MAIL TRAIN, leaving Oamden Station will take psaeengera for all the usual stopping pleoss am the Road Returning, thie trein leaves Wheeling at 11.46 mi 1 night. Cumbenaul at 10.1ft a. m_ and arrives at Baltimore at 7 p.m. THE PRKDEltlCE ACCOMMOPATION TRAIN, for Frederick and I:.termed! ate plane*, will etnrt at 4 p. m_, daily (except Sunday*) arrtrhig tn Fredas icx at 7.40 ' Retoruing * ill leave Frederick at 9 a. mn arriving at Baltimore at lii JO. noon THE ELLIOTT*? MILLS AOOOMMODATTON will be run daily, (exvpt Snndaya,) as follows: Leave Camden Static at 0 a. m. and S p. m Leave ElL'oott's Mills at 7.30 a. m. and 6.S0 p. m. WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS: LB AY it daily, exsept Sunday, at 0 and CJf a. M. I and 8 and ft p m. On Bunday at 6 a m and i p m. Leave Baltimore at 4)4 and 9 am; and I and I On Sunday at 4 If a m and 5 pm. The cxmneeti na with Laltimore A Ohio Railroad for the Weet are by trains leaving ltd a d and 1 pm. For Philadelphia and New York at 4, and 8)f am and ft p m. For An nape lis at 8}{ a m and ft p m. For Nondk at 8 p m. T. n. (ARSONS, Agent Partieo'ar attention Is oalled to the Role requlz* log a responsible voucher for ony perron of eolor who m*y wi?h to pass ov.-r the road. dec iS?dtf OBAJTGE AND ALEXANDRIA KAILSCAD. On arui after Tuesday, Nov. 7, 1864, THE Care leave Alexandria daily for Qordon* ville and lntennedir.te stations at 7 If o'aloak, a. m^ on ths arrival ot tbe boot from Washington, giving ample time for breakfast on board. Ccn> ?eetlng at Manassas JonctUn with a train for Stra? Durg, at Warrenton Jo ction witn a train for War* r"pt n, and at Oordonsrille with the trains on the Virginia Central Railroad for Richmond, Charlotte* rilie, and 8 ta on ton The oars leave Ocrdonrrille daily for Alexandria aad intermediate staticna, at U before It, a. m., on the arrival of tbe trains ot the ViripniaOentral rail read from Richmond, CharlottMrrifie, aad S tana ton. THROUGH TI^RETS. From Alexandria to Warrenton? $3 00 ? ?" Octdonsrille.8 40 m m Charlottesville 4 9ft m ?? Btannton.............. 4 44 u M Btraaburg 8 ftO " . M l.ywrhhnr^ 6 76 " " mncheeter 8 60 " " TiUray 4 4ft " ? New Market. ft ?4 - - Middle burg 1 4ft For Lynchburg, eenneoting with the stages at Charlottesville, on Mbndaya, Wednaadaya, and Fri days For Luray and New Market, connecting with the ? ag*e at Ooipeper, on Toeedays, Thoredsyt, and Sat. crday. For Winchester dally, oonneoting with the stagaa at Piedmont For Middlaburg daily, connecting with the stages , at the Plains. Per order: W. B BROCEETT, Agent, nov 7?dtf FOR MOUNT VERNON. Ob TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS. Far* round trip $1; from Alex 7ft oasts ?The THOMAS OOLLYER Washington at 9 and Alexandria et 9% o'clock. Coaches leave the Capitol for the boat at 8if o'eik. |, Coach fare 10 oents. Pereons wishing the Coach as will leave thstr rmft> "l OecTk' with Geo. A Thoe. Parker. Refreshment* on the boat. Oct 88?dtf BAM'L QEDNTY, Capt VHIIIW TORE 4t LIVERPOOL UNITED 8TATEX ^^MAIL STEAMERS T^SHIPa COMPRISING THIS LETS ARE ATLANTIC, i , Cut. 41 PACIFIC. Cant Nye, BALTIC. OapC Oemstock, ADRIATIC, Cept. Grafter ships hare been built by contract, expreer ly for Government eervice; every sere hae been taken In their construction, as in the Enginea te insure strength and speed, and their eou iiimr>rta tiens for passengers are unequalled fbr e'.eganos and cosnfort. Price of passage from New York to Uwerpool, In tret eabin.............. >??i?.mw?..^... .......4149 Beoond Cabin.. 74 Exclusive ose of extra site state reams ? W Prom Liverpool to New York ?30 and ?3tL An experienced surgeon attached to each ship. Mo berth oan be secured until paid for. For freight er paeaage apply to EDWARD E. COLLINS A CO., ft4 Wall street, Nee York. BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO, L'verp^C'l. H. G. ROBERTS A 00, 14 Ring's Arms Yard, JOHN MCE BOB A 00, ae Notre Dame dee Yietotee GEO IL DRAPER, Havee. The owner* of the<e ships will net be aeerantaUe for gold, silver, bullion, mede. towelry. precious emnts or metnis, unless bills et lading signed therefor, and the value **" "* **" w* 14-aiy

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