Newspaper of Evening Star, September 11, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated September 11, 1855 Page 4
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EVENING STAR A THEM TOR A POST. I've Md tbe hards ^chanting lay* That apeak of beauty, grace and lo I 've heard the poet"" song of praise AddKwiod to T?a bright arb above. But yet I know a sweeter sphere For bright poetic love to roam, To picture all the hean holds dear within the sacred fold of home. Th# wanderer, as he onward speeds Along his p-th, by night ana day, The voice of songsters scarcely heeds. To cheer him on his lonely way. Yet If one whisper softly tells Of friends within the cottage dome. With tenderness his bosom swells In recollectioa of his home. Oh, home! that spot of Joy and bliss, Tho' far from all tay pleasures now, Yet feel I still my parents' kiss Pressed lovingly upon mv brow. Then, home fort-ver dear, farewell, Th- world in sadness I must roam, Yet time can never half dispel The fond remembrance of my Lome. K W. General Pictos's Drtermkatior.?I once heard an anecdote of Picton, from an officcr, who wu himaelf at Waterloo?Picton, I was told by this officer, was wounded the day be fore Waterloo, but had concealed his hurt, And with the most heroic fortitude remained in the field. During tbo night, however, tho agony of his wound obliged him to send for a surgeon, who remained with him until dawn; and, on his leaving, Picton thus ad dre?ied him: " You say that my wound is dangerous? mortal; that I am unfit for duty, and must bo represented so to the Duke ?" '?Such is my opinion," said tho medical man. " I think it would be impossible for you to take command of your division." 4' Leave mo t? ju<ige of that sir," said Pie ton, " acl in the meanwhile, allow me to ask jou a question. From your long knowledge of me, do you consider mo capable of strictly keeping my word ?" '?I have every cause to believe so," re turned the surgeon, "but why the question, ?ir Thomas?" "Simply for th*i3 reason," returnod Picton. " that I have made up my mind to be in the fie'd with my brigade; and I give you my word of honor, both as a gentleman and a sol dier, that, if you place my name in your re port as unfit for duty, I will shoot you with my own hand " The surgeon shrugged his shoulders shook Picton by the hand, and withdrew. The gallant gonorai's name wa,- accordingly omitted amongst the wounded; rod, a? nti wish had often been expressed, that he might dio amid3t the blaze of battle, he wa? gratified. Execution or Rebels at Castor, China. It is stated in the China Mail, that the thou tands of men brought to Canton as prisoners ? now being decapitated at the rate of one hundred and fifty a day. The editor, who witnessed some of the executions, says : With a sharp knife a ?lice was cut out from under each arm. A low suppressed fearful groan from each followed the operation of the weapon. Dexterous as butchers, a slice was taken successively by the operators from the calves, the thighs and then from oach breast. M'e may suppose, we may hope, that by thus time the sufferers were insensible to pain; but I hey were not dead. The knife was then ftuck into the abdomen, which was ripped up to the breast-bone, and the blade twisted round ami round hp the heart was separated from its holding. Up to this moment, having once set eye." on the victim under torture, they had become fixed as by f.ieoiuation; but they could be rivited there no longor. A whirling sensation ran through the brain, and it wa& with difficulty we could keep ourselves from failing. But this was not all; the lashings were then cut, and the head, being tied by the tail to a luu'o of across, were severed from the body, which was then dismembered ol' hands and arm*, foet and legs, separately. The Imperial Visit.?Tha English papers are filled with ascounts of Queen Victoria's rccent vint to France. The following shows how the Emperer took the Queen to the opera: When the Queen entered the state box lean ing on the Emperor's am , the whole house rose and g-ive them a hearty heer, which her Ma jesty several times ackn< wledged with that in lini.e ^raoe which everyoody in this country remarks. The Emperor, as if wishing it to be understood that the oheen* beloved to his illustrious guest, did not bow to the audience himself, or if ho did. it was in the slightest possible manner, Their majesties were fol lowed by Prince Albert and the Empress. Prince Xapoleon and the Princess Matailde. The Queen and tha Empress took their seats tide by side in the ceotre of the box. The Em peror sat on the Queen's right hand, and next to him was the Prince Napoleon. Prince Al bert was next to the Empress on her left hand; and on his left w&s the Princess Mathilda. MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN ST KATIE 115. raox the cxiteo states. Nam*. Lew For Day. Hermann Now York..Southampton.Sep. 8 Canada Boston Liverpool Sep. 12 Aarago New York..Havre Sep. 22 ran* icRori. Ariel.... Havre .N w York....Sep. 1 Africa...'...*. Liverpool...Boston... Sep. I Washington.. Soath&m'n New York....Sep 12 117" Tkc California steamer* leave Now York eu the ith and SOU* of each month. ARRIVAL* AT PR INCIPAL 1IOTKL3. Hrrwos' lletel?v r.AM.REow.i W A McKee, O J P Barnes A lady, Md T Ntall, Cal K F Mayaard, do J K Johnson, Ma T O Hera, Pa J \V Massie A lady, Md H S Humphrey, Md J Fuller, Cau C H Carter A daughter, A Fuller, do do F V Coil A sons, Oa W B Stone, do P Siore do Z H Werner, do A B Johnson, do W H Stuart, do C Heebner, do R P Walsh, do A Chittenden, O J F O'Neil A svts. SC 1> B Hibbard, Mich Gernovil, Hungary C Davie, do C M Nlnatrlcle, do <? Culver, Min T C Wortte A lady, NC R B Maury, Va J A Woods, Pa T J Morton A lady, Mo Rawiin, Can M ins Williamson A sis- M amrd, Ni^gara ter. do Dr R H Stuart, Va J A Short, Del W Stuart, do T Simmons, La J Stuart, do J E Baiilen Miss Boling, do S T Stuart, Va T Williams, do Mr Brown. NY Mlsa Rose, La H Wolff, Pa J P B Wilmer, Pa Willarda' Hetel?u a. A J- c. willard. G Branan, Md A R (iibbe A lady, Teun W Daniels A lady. Pa LB Shelmftn. Va R B Hunt, do M J Morrall, SC J McKinatry, USA W B Lord A lady, NY Cant J Q Howne. N Y Sir J Kadclif A servant, D Kendall, do London H Sutherland, do W H Imley A lady, Ct M J Foley, Md P C Spllman. La CLIF'Herman, Pa J A Collins, NY W Denby, Va E R Johnson, Ga H 1> Sheppard A lady, Cap A H Bowman, USA NY J 6 Duane, do Miss Sheppard, do BM MeRea, Maaa N Sharpness A lady, Ct A R Cempe A lady, NJ P C Shipmin, Pa Miss A Cempe, do G W Birett. jr, Va W O Nixon, Ala II E J Hoard man, Tenn O B Morton A son, Pa P S Relley, N V M Beutlne, Va F C Dupont A lady, NC A C Brogdenand lady, W Minor, Pa Md B N Lober, NY R H Jones, Pa p N Barnes, do S G Davidson. DC C E Alter, La I n I ted State* Uitsl-i .e iicntt. I>r Powell, DC M B Gill, Mo P Turner, Md J A Hanner, Tenn A B Collins, Va J D Bates, Ky J Borchert, Ga A B V Campbell, Wla A Borchert, do A I) Walt, NV E F Monro?, Ind J O Neill, Md T Lashford, tfo Dr Turner A lady. Va S C W hea-er, Pa SB Garreft DC O R Simmons, Tenn H Coffee, Ml J E Lata, R1 C Read, da, i W Hanaa, N J K irAweed ilease?j a. A a. eirewoc?.* II Allison. Mina J T Robertson, NY XV R ieketts, NY OR Jonea, Tex T Morley, do B T lngraham, 111 J Block. Md R C rannla, Mass B C Dalles, Pla H Letberby. Jr. NY J M Msjer, Ky . J H Roberts, do R S Stone, lily t4m, W Finch, Pa Mass T J Smith A wife, DC Aaaerican Hetei?CEFirrowrr A lovrtt. Col l.awrenee, Bait J Winston, Va J E Taymaa, do JO Helllday, da B P Ogle, do Miscellaneous. SALE OP CHOCTAW ORPHAN USM IN MISSISSIPPI. D*PARTM*ST OF flTTMIO*, I Office of Indian Affhlrs, August 13, 1835. > PUBLIC NOTICE l? hereby gi*f> th*t the several pieces or parcels of land hereinafter described, lying in the counties of Tjushatchle, Yalobusha, Holmes, Lowndes, and Bolivar, In the State of Mississippi, will, at the times and places designated, he exposed for sale tit separate guarttr sections at public auction, to the hl^hwt bidder for cash, by commissi oners to be appointed oa behalf of the Choctaw orphans by the govern ment, as their trustee, under the provision of the Cth clause of the 19th article of the Choctaw treaty of 1*30. via: On Monday, the 3d day of December, 1855. at the court house door in Coffeevllle, the following tracts in Yalobusha county: All in township twenty-three (23) of range tight (8) east. All of section thirty three (33) The west half and southeast quarter of section twenty-eight (??) The east half of section twenty-nine (29) The northeast quarter section thirty-one (31) The north half of section thirty-two (32) The whole of section thirty-three (33.) and The west half of section thirty-four (31) And, at the same time and place, the following described tract In the adjoining range in Bolivar county, viz: The south half of section thirteen, township t wen tv- six ('26) range seven (7) west. On Monday, t^e 10th day of December, 1955, at the court house door In Charleston, Tallahatchie county, the following described tracts of land in said county, viz: In township twenty-four f24) range two (2) east. All of sections three (3,) ten (10,) ana ihirty threo (33) The east half of section four (4) The southwest quarter of section nine (9) The nTth half and southwest quarter of section twenty-two (22) The west half of section twenty-live (25) The north half of f ertlon twenty-six (26) The west half of section twenty-seven (27) The northwest quarter of section thirty-four (34) and The north half of the northwest quarter and west half of the northeast quarter of section thir ty six (36) In township twenty-five (25,) range two (2) east All of section twenty-seven (27,) twenty-eight (28) and twenty-nine (29) The northeast quarter of section four (4) The southwest quarter of section twenty-two (?) The southwest quarter of section twenty-three (23.) and The east half of section thirty (30.) In township twenty-four (24) range thru (3) east. All of section three (3) The east half of the northeast quarter of section two (2.) and The northeast quarter of section four (4) In township twenty-five (25,) range three (3) east. The southwest quarter of section fourteen (14) The southeast quarter of section fifteen (15) The southwest quarter of section twenty five (25) The southeast quarter of section twenty six (26) The southeast quarter of section thirty-three ( ?.) and The southwest quarter of section thirty-four (31) On Monday, the 17th day of December, 1P55, at the court-hou-e door in the town of Lexington, Holmts county, the following described tracts of land in said county, viz: In township sixteen (IG,) range one (1) west. The west half of section lifteen (15) and The west half and southeast quarter of section twenty-two (22) In township fifteen (15.) range one (1) west. The southeast quarter of section twenty (2t>) On Saturday, the 22d of December, 1855, at tbf court house door in the town of Columbus, the following described quarter section of and in Lowndes county, viz: The nonhwest quarter of section twenty-two (22,) township nineteen (19,) range seventeen (17) east. Of the above described lands, seventy-twoquar ter sections were selected in 1834, at a time when some of the best lands in the State wtre unoccu pied and unappropriated ; and the other live quar ter sections and one-eighth acre lot, or eighth of a section, have been acquired In settletnent from debtors to the orphan fund The late commis sioner to settle debtors to that fund describes the lands aboie offered for -ale as being u almost without an exception rich and fertile, weUand ad vantageously located, many of them considerably improved," and as being "largely enhanced in value by the settlement, improvement, prosperity, ana excellent population of the section iu which they lie,'' and -'eminently adapted'7 for plan tint purposes. An appraisement of these reserves, showing their vplue, and the minimum price at whlcL each tract, respectively, may be sold, will be made prior to the dates of sale. in cases where the purchaser or purchasers of any tract shall fall to comply with the terms of sale, the land purchased will be resold at his or their ex pense and risk. The title to these lands is believed to be Indis putable; but if, in any case, an adverse claim shall be s*t up, the rlght of the orphans will b? defended by the government, as their guardian. The above ssles will commence at the place* named at 12 o'clock cf each dav. and continue un til the lands are all offered. CHARLES E. MIX, Acting Commissioner. au 11?d3t&lawtDecl MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF GEORGE TOWN (OLL?ti?, Corner of Fand Twelfth sts., Washington. HpilE next Annual Course of Lectures will com mence on Monday, the5tn of November, and a m t ? ? n ? 1 1 end In March follow lag. facultt: NezLa Yovvk, M. D., Professor of Institute* and i'nrtlM of Medicine. Flodoardo Howard, M. D., Professor of Ob ctetrics and the Diseases of Women and Chil dren. JoH!tnoN Eliot, M. D., Professor of Anatomy. Jaxss E. Morgan, M. D., Professor of Medical Jurisprudence and Hygiene. J. M. Snyds&, M. D , Professor of Surgery. Binj F. Cano, M. D., Professor of Medical Chemistry and Physiology. Gio. C. Scha e y f s r, M. D . Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics. Josiff?H WD. MiD2LETorf, M. D., Demonstrate r of Anatomy. r??s : For a full course 860 00 Matriculation, paid oniy once & U) Graduation 25 00 Demonstratorticket 10 00 The Preliminary course will commence Octo ber 1st aud continue until November 5th. Lectures free to Medical Students. The Lecture:* will be delivered during the af ternoon and evening. This time of lecturing has been customary in the College sincelui establish* meut, and is found to be advantageous to the stu dent. FLODOARDO HOWARD, M. D. Dean, No. Itii F street north. au4?lawtNovj [No. 513 1 HC Dim the land office at Vlncennes, Indiana. OTICK OF THE DISCONTINUANCE N??7 None* ts hkskey givsn that the land office at Vincinnks, Indw ha, the temporary continu ance of wbi'jh was directed by public notice No 531, datdd February 17, !s55, for purposes therein mentionedliOw discontinued ; and the public lands remaining unsold and unappropriated in said district wilt hereafter be subject to enlry at the land office at Indianapolis, in said Stale, the joglster and receiver for which office will give public notice of the day on which they will be pre pared to receive applications for entries of any such land* at their office. Given under my hand, at <he city of Washing ton, this fir .t day of September, A. D 1356. THUS. A HENDRICKS, Commissioner General Land Office. aep 4?lawOw TCST RECEIVED AT JOE SHILLING J ton's Feriodkal Depot? Memoirs eft he Rev. Sydney Smith, edited by Mm. Austin Panama In 1356, an account of the Panama Rail road, of the cities of Panamaand Aspinwall, with sketches of Life and Character on the Isthmus, by Robert Tomes Letters to the People on Health and Happlncu., by Catherine E. Bencher. Memoirs of James Gordon Dennett, and h!" l'imes, by a Journalist The Escaped N un Ranker's Daughter, 2d vol, by Repnolds Rose Milton, a romance. J SHILL1NGTON'S, Odeoa Building, corner Pa. av. and 4# at an 81? OLD THEOLOGY*?The undersigned has laid aside from his stock, to be sent to auc tion at the proper season, a large collection of Books, old editions in some cases, in others du plicate copies ni ike bent edi ious extant, which, In the meantime may be bought at Auction prices at his store. Many valuable works on Divinity are to be found among them Also, History, Medicine and Sur gery, General Science; novels and miscellaneous Lltemture; also a few French Books. *0*3? FRANCK TAYLOR. Bobbin around, GRAVE OF UNCLE TRUE. HAZEL DELL I Dream of Home. Hard Times, Good News, Do They Miss Me at Rome, You will Miss Me Then, Home of My Childhood, Dearly Do I Love Thee, Few Days, Jordan, and a host of other new and pjpoiar pieces lust received at 306 Pennsylvania avenae, near 10th st. JOHN F. ELLIS. a? 27 Information for Travelers. OIUNOS it ALEXANDRIA RAILRUAO. OREdT SOUTHERN HAIL LIHMf npwiCE daily between WASHINGTON end J. the SOUTH, via ALEXANDRIA. GOR DONSVILLE and RICHMOND?no night line on Sunday. Leave Washington jtf before ? o'clock a ra Leave Alexandria a il 7 "am Leave Washington U " 7 " pm Leave Alexandria a ?? 8 " p m FaRII BT RiaHT LIU*. From Washington and Alexandria, to Gor dons-vine S3 as From Gordon*v1 lie to Richmond.... t 85 Travelers will And the morning line the cheap est, most pleasant and expeditious route to tne Greenbrier White Sulphur, Fauquier White Sul Cave, Natural Bridge, Luray, New Market, Mid dleburg, Ac. r abbs bt Moan lire linb : Fro? Alexandria to Warrenton, - - *3 00 " " Gordonsville, - 3 50 " " Charlottesville, - 4 50 ?? u Staunton, - - ? 00 " " Strasburg, - - 3 50 " " Winchester, - - 3 60 " 11 Luray, - - . 4 25 " 11 New Market, -5 00 ? ? Mlddleburg, - - 8 25 OMNIBUSES and BAGGAGEWAGONS will be at tbc Depot of the Washington Railroad, to convey passengers and baggage to the Steamboat, for ALEXANDRIA, a distance of 6 miles, allow ing ample time for meals. H. W. VANDEGRIFT, jy_14 Gen. Bupt. BY RAILROAD DIRECT TO THE WEST. Tiate between Washington and Wheeling bnt 17hours! Running Time between Washington and Cincinnati 27 hoora!! THKOVsn TICKETS AND BA6SAOK CBBCKS TO BB HAD IN WASHINGTON. THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAIL ROAD havingereatlyImproved its Western connections, now offers the fullest inducement* to Travellers between WASHINGTON, BALTI MORE, and all portions of the WEST, NORTH WEST, and the SOUTHWEST. Theconnectionbetwi AtheTrains from Wash ington and the Trains bound West from Balti more is always promptly made at the Washington Junction (lately called the Relay House) 9 miles from Baltimore. This Is the only change of cars required between Washington and the Ohio river. Baggage is checked through to Wheeling at the Washington Station, and rechecked and trans ferred there, (with the passengers) without charge, for those holaing Through Tickets for points be yond. The connecting Train* leave Washington dally at 6 a. m. and 4# p. m. On Sundays at the latter hour only. At WHEELING direct connection is made with the trains of CENTRAL OHIO RAIL ROAD, running from Bellalre, on the Ohio, near Wheeling, through Cambridge, Zanesvllle, and "Newark, to COLUMBUS. These trains connect at Newark with the cars of the Newark, Mansfield and Sandusky Railroad for Sandusky, Toledo. Detroit, Chicago, St. Louis, etc. At COLUMBUS the C. O. Railroad trains con nect with the fast trains of the Little Miami Kail road to Xenia, Cincinnati. Ix>ui*ville, etc. At XEN1A (on Little Miami Railroad) connection is formed with the trains through Dayton, to Indian .ipolls, Terre Haute, Lafayette, Chicago, Rock Island, St. Louis, etc. |?7* Passengers holding Through Tickets for Memphis. Vicksburr, Natchez, New Orleans, etc., whic n are also sold at Wanhington?are trans ferred at Cincinnati to the Mail Steamers on the Ohio. Tickets for Evansville, Cairo, and St. Louis are sold bv this route. JE7* For CLEVELAND, and via Cleveland to Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, etc., tickets are sold, when the Ohio is navigable between Wbeelirg and Wellsville (forty miles) where a connection with the Cleveland and Pittsburg Railroad is made. Travelers are requested to notice that while this is the only ronte affording Through Tickets and Checks in Washington, it is also the shortest, most speedy, and direct to nearly all the leading point* In the great West. The distance from Washington to Cincinnati is but 653 miles, being about 1011 miles shorter than by any other route ! FARE. BY THROUGH TICKET, PROM WASHINGTON :?To Wheeling, $9 50; Colum bus, *13 65; Dayton, *15 50; Cincinnati, 00; Louisville, by railroad, *18 65. by steamer from Cincinnati, *18 00; Indianapolis, *17 50; Cleve land, *12 50; Toledo, *15 80; Detroit, *15 20* Chicago, *20 65 and *19 50; St. Louis, *28 50 and *25; Memphis. *26; New Orleans. *31; etc. fry for Frederick and harper's FERRY, MARTINSBURQ, CJMBER LAND, BERKLEY SPRINGS. BEDFORD SPRINGS, PIEDMONT,OAKLAND,and FAIRMOUNT, passengers may lvave Washington at 6 a. m. or I#jp. m. For the minor way stations between Baltimore and Wheeling, take 6 a. ra. train from Washington. JET For trains to and from Baltimore. Ana polls, etc., see special advertisements. liy For further information, Through Tickets, Ac., apply to THOMAS H. PARSONS, Agent, at Washington Station. JOHN H. DONE, Master of Transportation, Baltimore aud Ohio Railroad, Baltimore. may 8?tf CANAL PACKET LINE TO POINT OF ROCK*. THE Canal Packet CONGRESS having been thoroughly repaired and pntyaffp*?? i .fa in first rate order (the machinery being removed and horse power substituted) cop. tinueb making her regular trips between George town and the above place. The Boat will leave the wharf of W. H. A H. G Ritter for Point of Rocks on MONDAYS, WED NESDAYSand FRIDAYS at 7 o'clock a. m: and the Point of Rocks for Georgetown on TUES DAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS at the same hour, stopping at the different iandi ogs along the line for the reception and landing of passengers and freight, going and returning. The Boat will leave Georgetown at 7 o'clock a. p. m. Returnlug, leave Point at" a. m., Know Ian'* Ferry at 7}%', Monocacy 8, Edward'* Ferry 11, Seneca 1, Great Falls 3#, and arrive at George town at 7 p. m. Passage ihrough either way *2. Meals served regularly on board the b">at at mod erate prices. CHARLES MERRILL. Capt. je 25?dtf THE NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS., The ships comprising this linb are'the ATLANTIC, Captain West, PACIFIC, Captain Nye, BALTIC, Captain Com*took, ADRIATIC, Captain Grafton. These Ships have been built by contract, express ly for Government service; every care nas been taken in their construction, as in the engines, to insure strength and speed, ar.d their accommoda tions for passengers are unequalled for elegance and oomforL pbicb or PASSASB. Piom New York to Liverpool, La irstcabla, il29 Second cabin, 7# Exclusive use of extra size state rooms, - 300 From Liverpool to New York, - JE30 and ?20 An experienced Surgeon attached to each ship. N ? berth can be secured until paid for. Fct freight or passage apply to EDWARD K. COLLINS A CO., so Wall street, New York. BROWN, 8HIPLEY A CO., Liverpool, E. 9. ROBERTS A CO.. 13 King's Arms Yard, Londoa. JOHN MUNROE A CO.. 26 Rue Notre Dame des Victoires, Paris. GEORGE H. DRAPER, Havre. The owners of these ships will not be accounta ble for gold, silver, bullion, specie, iewelry, pre cious stones, or metals, unlet* bills of lading are signed therefor, and the value thereof therein ex pressed. nov 16?ly THE POTOMAC RIVER STEAMBOAT COMPANY'S STEAMER ALICE C. PRICE, CAPT. SAMUEL BAKER. WILL LEAVE WASHINGTON AT SIX o'clock a. m ,and ALEXAN- _ _ ^ft1? ^ DRIA at 7 o'clock, a. m.? MQHML On TUESDAY MORNINGS?Por Msttox, Currloman, L. Machodoc, Piney Point, Kinsale, and Cone. On FRIDAY MORNINGS?For Chapel Point, Wicomloo, Leonard town, Piney Point, St. Mary's, and Cone. On WEDNESDAY, (returning)?Leave Cone at 4 o'clock, a. m.,for St. Mary s, Piney Point, Leonard town. Wicomico, and Chapel Point. On SATURDAY, (returning)?Leave Cone at 4 o'clock, a. m., for Kinsale, Piney Point, L. Ma chodoc, Currloman, and Mattox. The A. C. Price will call at the usual landings on the river when signals are made. By order of the Board: JAMES P. SMITH, President. Alexandria, Va., June 1,1855. )el5?tf FOR MOUNT VERNON. ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.?FARE, round trip, *1; from Alexandria - . 75 cents -Til* steamer THOMAS COLLYER leaves Washington at 9. and Alexan dria at 9% o'clock. Coaches leave the Capitol for the boat at 8* o'clock. Coach fhre 10 cents. Per sons wishing the coaches will leave Chair residence with George A Thomas Parker. K -i eshmeate on the boat. ?siae?tf SAM'L GEDNET, Oaptaln. Information for Trtyltn. iLBURBRU * WASHINGTON BOATS. ??25OE WASHINGTON Will Th? THOMAS COLLTBK. wk^5^ffiT Snate^m?' 1,1 P* on the route at al. j Washington at ?, 8, ?*, 11*, i*, 4, #*, I fl Alexandria at 7, ?, ib#. iX| 5# f 8--The Boat will leave Alexandria at Ik p. or immediately on the arrival of the can ft7?* JOB CORSON Captain. STEAMBOATS CONNECTING Wf.TH.E^CH TRAIN OF CARS ARR1V: ,v jgg 1?_wMMngton eg Alexan- _ . Jr"~ TWeSteaaaera THOS. feTTTB~f \ER or UEORGE WAMINGTO^SroaC the above connections, leaving Washington at (J a. "V', , the Orange and Aiexaffdria Cars, and con ^Ti?3 same train on their arrival. II/" MEALS furnished on the boats The Boats connect with all the trains from Bal may 17?tf SAM'L GEDNEY. Captain. WASHINGTON BRANCH RAIf.antn. (WANGE OF HOURSi?On and after Mon V/ day, the 23d Instant, the Trains will Leave Washington at 6 and 8* a. m., and 3 and 4# p. m. On Sunday at 4* p. m. Leave Baltimore at 4* and 9* a. m., and 3 and a* p. m. On Sunday at 4# a. m. ap 83?tr T. H. PARSONS, Agent. TO ALL THAT VALUE THEIR SIGHT. ISHES to cail the attention to all that suffer with defective sight, caused by age, sick ness and particularly from glasses injudiciously hi"r "?Perlor spectacles and GLASSES carefully ground by himself to a true spherical accuracy, and brilliant transparency, suited precisely and beneficially to the wearer ac cording to the concavity or convexity of the eve Very numerous are the ill effects caused to the precious organ of sight from the commencement of using glasses in not being precisely suited, by the use of an Optometer j ana the practice of many years, enables him to measure the focal disease of the eyes, and such glasses that are absolutely re quired will be furnished with precision and satis faction. J . T. acknowledges the very liberal encourage ment already obtained, and further solicits the pa tronage of those that have not yet availod them selves of his aid. Persons that cannot conveniently call, by send ing the glasses In use, and stating how many inches they can read this print with their specta cles. can be supplied with such that will Improve their sight. Innumerable testimonials to be seen ; and iefer ences given to many who have derived the greatest ease and comfort from his plasties. Circulars to be had grada, at his office. No. 512 Seveath street, three doors from Odd Fellows' Hall, up stairs. ??, -ru ? NoavoLX, September 7,1864. By? rh? Spectacle?* you mad* for me suit very well, and seem to have improved my sight more than any other I have lately tried. LIT-T \V. TAZEWELL. KM tr!ed * p?,r of Spectacles obtained from Mr. Tobias, and find them of greet assistance to my sight, and corresponding with his description of the focus. I recommend him as a skillful optl. cit? I ^ a? henry a. wis/.. #. ? u'a * ?The pair of Spec- tar lea von furnished me yesterday are particularly satisAc tory to me. Tney are very decidedly the best 1 posMM, and I am the owner of eight or nine pair, carefully selected in different places and from op ticians recommended to me on account of theli | ?Trof?e?,?,!a} 8taading in England, France and the united States. I have been also pleased with vour remarks and directions on the treatment of ing tlTsight purpOBS oi Pressing aad Improv Rer-pectfully, yours, CHAS. CALDWELL, Professor of M. C., Louisville, Ky. si . v w. LTNcnauRQ, Nov. 10, 1861. Mr. John Tobla-s having furnished me with Glasses, by which I Txave been greatly aided (my v sion having suffered greatly from reading at n ght in my earlier life) It affords me the highest pleasure to say that I consider him a skillful prec ecal optician, and well prepartd to aid those who may need his professional services. WM. B ROUZIE, Elder of Methodist Conference. . WtLxipieToii, N. C., Jan. 27, 1SC-4. Mr. J. Tobias: Dear Sir?I am hnppy to say that the Spectacles which I obtained from yon last week are entirely satisfactory. From an inequal ity in the visual range of my eves. 1 have hereto fore found ereat difficulty in getting glasses of the proper focal distance. It affords me pleasure to state that, by the aid of your optometer, this difl cultyhas been happily obviated so that the glasses you furnished me are decidedly the best adapted I# my eyes of any I have ever yet used. Very respectfully, yours, R. B. DRANK, Rector of St. Jaxnes' Parish. Department of Interior, May 7, 1855 * rom natural defects and the unequal range of mv eyes, I have been compelled to use glasses for several year*. I have tried different optiohuts without obtaining glasses perfectly ltted to my eyes. Tour mouths since Mr. Tobias made two pain especially for me, which I have found to serve me perfectly. By the use of hi* optometer he is enabled to adapt Classes minutely to tie eve 1 most cheerfully recommend Mr. Tobias to all having occasion to useglasses. and bear my tesli "*oriy as to his skill as an optician. HENRY E BALDWIN, Jy is tf A"-b1, Bec y 10 *l%n L"4 Warrant*. JOE SHILLINGTON has inst received Putnam's Magazine for September Harper's Monthly Magazine, do Frank Leslie's Fashion Book do Godey's Lady's Book do Peterson's Magazine do Arthur's do do Ballou's Dollar Monthly do Chamber's Journal do Frank Leslie's N. Y. Journal do Yankee Notions do The Hidden Path, by Marion Harland, author of Alone Light and Darkness; or the Shadow of Fat^-a story of F ashlonable Life A memoir of itev. Sydney Smith, by his daugh ter, edited by Mrs. Austin ^ T}ie complete works of Charles Dickens, 12 vols . octavo size, in large type, beautifully illustra ted and neatly bound in cloth. Sold separately if desired * * The Vellow Mask, a new ftory, by Charles Dlck The Escaped Nun All the new books received as soou as published , Everything in the Stationery liae at n ,,J.J SHILLINUTON'8, [ Odeon Buildin", corner Pa av and st flntel 3tJ ' PEEL'SLONDON green ginger wine FROM FRENCH GRAPES, GREEN JAMAICA GINGER SE VILLE ORANG ES, Ac ?This delicious bev' erage becomes the greatest favorite wherever it is introduced. It is eaually palatable, more whole some, and not half the price of other foreign wines Manv physicians use ft exclusively, and rocom mepd it to all troubled with Flatulency. Dvsoeo ala, Debility. Cramps. Diarrhoea and DvraeiifenT Persons subject to Chills, or living in districts where AgTie or Cholera prevails, flndits occasion al use a pleasant and admirable preventive. Mixed with a little iced-water, it forms the most refresh ing and wholesome cooling drink in warm weather that can be taken. Price 50 cents per bottle, S6 per dozen. N. B. Country Druggists, Growers, Ac., And this Wine an advantageous addition to their stock It's a first rate article, sells well, and gives great satis faction. Agents, STOTT A CO. .Washington; PEEL A STEVENS, Alexandria; CIS8EL,%cowetowi J. BALMER,Baltimore. ' Jy6-tf* NEW BOOKS AT TAYLOR A MAURY'S. Sydney Smith's Memoirs, 2 vols, f2 The History of Woman and her connexion with Religion, Civilization, and Domestic Manner? from the earliest period, by S. W. Fullom au thor of the Marvefof Science, *1 ' aH Panama in 1855. by Robert Tomes, 60c. The Horse, by Wm. Youatt, new edition, with observations onbreeding cavalry horses, by Cecil, Ballads?Romantic, Fantastical and Hnmor ous?bv W. H. Ainsworth, 75c . The,^c ?tory, by W. Arling ton, With 9 woodcuts. 75c ' * Brother's Wife, by Amelia B. Edwards, Lytto^j?;lhe 8k*e ?f eranauU? *y Edward B. Sm^Farms and how they ought to b? man aStSSSSiZg" The Industry of the United States, 25c gm'X -'" {b* Just received at au 94 TAY LOiLl.M AUR y'8l -III! Bookstore, aear Otk st. CLOCKS1 CLOCKS! Medical. ?INHALATION vol in evil o* ASTHMA A If D COVSTJKPTIOV NEW AND VERY WONDERFUL ! 11 rinaikt fceae u ths inr ?( tke Willi** T A WONDERFUL discovery ku recently 2\ made by Dr. Curtis, of this city. in the treat ment of Consumption, Asi-hn^a, ana all dlssaspi of the Lungs. We refer to Dr. CURT1S*S HY GEANA. or INHALING HYGEAN VAPOR AND CHERRY SYRUP. With this new me thod.Dr. C. has restored many afflicted ones to health, as an evidence of which he has Innumera ble certlicatas. Speaking of the treatment, a phy sician remarks, "It Is evident that Inhaling?con- , atantly breathing an agreeable, healing Taper?the medicinal properties must come in direct contact with the whole vrial cavities at the lungs, aad thus escape the many and varied changes produced upon them when Introduced Into the stcenach. aad subject to the process of digestion." The Hyre ana Is for Rale at all the Druggists throughout the country.?N. Y DuttkmanJa*. 14. The Inhaler Is worn on the breast under the lin en, without the least Inconvenience?the heat of the body being sufflclent to evaporate the fuld Hundreds of eases of cures, like the following, might be named. One package of the Hygeana has cured me ef the Asthma of six yean stand ag. J. F. KEESBERRY, P. M. of Dunoannon, Pa I am cured of the Asthma of tea years' standing by Dr. Curtls's Hygeana. MARGARET EASTON, Brooklyn, N. Y. MRS. PAUL, of No. 9 Hammond street, N. Y., wis cured of a severe ease of Bronchitis by the Hygeana. My sister has been cured of a distressing oough of several years' standing, and decided to be In curable by the physicians. She was cured la one month by the Hygeana. J H GAUDERT, P M Richmond, Me. The Rev. Dr CHEEVER. of New York, testi fies of our medicine In the following language: N*w Yoaa, Nov. 15, ISM. Dear Sir: I think highly of Dr. Cnrtls's Hyge ana as a remedy In diseases of the throat and lu ngs. Having had some opportunity to testify its effica cy, I ana convinced tnat it is a mostexcellent rem edy, both the Syrup and the Inhaling application to the chest. Prof. S. CENTER writes us as follows: Gentlemen?1 have recently had occasion to test your Cherry Syrup and Hvgean Vapor, in a case of chronic sore throat, that nad refused to yield to other forms of treatment, and the result has satis fled me that, whatever may be the composition of your preparation, it is no lniposittsa.bat an excel lent remedy. 1 wish, for the stkeef ffce sffllcted, that it might be brought within Ce met of all. DR. JOHNS, one of the mod ctiCfenAed Physi cians in New York writes as foQMF*: Dr. Conns?Dear Sir? Havlag witnessed the excellent effects of your Hygeana ?r Inhaling Hy er*an Vapor aiui Cherry Syrup, la case of Cnrorni Bronchitis, and bein^ much in favor of counter it ritat ion in affections of the throat. Bronchial tube* and lungs. I can therefore cheeifoBv recommend your Medicated Aparatus as being the most con venient and effectual mode of applying anything of the kind I have ever seen. No doubt thousands or persons mav be relieved, and many cured, by using your medicines. 1 must here be allowed to confess that 1 am op posed to prescribing or using secret compounds, but this little neatly contrived article, ana its ef fects in the case above alluded to, have induced me to speak in its favor. You are at liberty to use this In any way you may think proper. Respectfully, yours, Ac., C.JOHNS, M. D.j No. W9 Houston street, N. Y. Price three dollars a package. Sold by CURTIS k. PERKINS and BOYD A PAUL, 149 Chambers st., N. Y. F our par tames sent free to any part of the I) ai led States for ten dollars. N. B.?Dr. Curtls's HygeanaIstheORIGINAL and ONLY GENUINE ARTICLE; all others are base imitations, or vile and injurious counter feits. Shun them as you would POISON For sale In Washington by CHAS. STOTT, Pa avenue, near ?th street, and J. B MOORE, in the First Ward. may 24?6m CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. THE GREAT PURIFIER OF THE BLOOD! ."TOT A PAKTICLZ OF XKtCl'IT III IT. AN INFALLIBLE REMEDY for Scrofula, King's Evil, Rheumatism. Obstinate Cutane ous Eruptions, Pimples or Pustules on the face, Blotche*, Boils, Chronic Sore Eyes. Ring Worm or Tetter, Scr.ld Head, Enlargement and Pain of the Bones and Joints. Stubborn Ulcers, Sy philitic Disorders, Lumbago. Spinal Com plaints, and all the diseases arising from an In judicious use of Mercury, Imprudence la Life, or Impurity of the Blood. 'IiniS VALUABLE MEDICINE, which he? A become oelebrated for the number of extrao: - dlnary cures, effected through Its agency, has ln duoed the proprietors, at the urgent request of their friends, to offer It to the public, which they do with the utmost confidence in Its virtues and won derful curative properties. The following cert 14 caiew. selected /rotn a large number, are, however, stronger testimony than the mere word of the pro Erietors: and are all from gentlemen well knows i their localities, and of the highest respectabili ty, many of them residing in the city of Rich mond, Va. F. BOYDEN, Esq , of the Exchaace Hotel, Richmond, known everywhere, says be has seen the Medicine called Caxtik'i SrA.iiish Mix rcas, administered In over a hundred cases, In nearly all the diseases for which it is recommend ed, with the most astonishingly good results. He say* It is the most extraordinary medlcinc he has e?er seen. AGUE AND FEVER?GREAT CURE?I hereby certify that for three years I had Ague and Fever of the most violent description. I Lad sev eral Physician*, took large quantities of (Quinine, Mercury, and 1 believe all the Tonics advertised, but all without permanent relief. At last I tried Carter's Spanish Mixture, two bottles of which effectually cured me. and I am happy to nay I have had neither chills or frvers since. I ron elder it the best Tonic in this world, and the only mrdicine that ever reached my case. JOHN LONGDEN. Bxxvxn Ditch, near Richmond, Va. C. B. LUCK, Eaq.. now in the city of Rich mond, and for many vears in the Post Office, ha* such confidence in the astonishing efficacy of Car ter's Spanish Mixture, that he has bought up wards of 58 bottles, which he has given away to the affiicted. Mr. Luck says he has never knows it to fall when taken according to directions. Dr. M1NGE, a practising Physician, and for merly of the Cltv Hotel, In the city of Richmond, says he ha? witnessed in a number of H^tineet the effects <tt Carter's Spanish Mixture, which were most truly surprising. He eavs in a case of Consumption, dependent on the L'lver, the good effects were wonderful indeed. SAMUEL M. DRINKER, of the firm of Drin ker A Morris. Richmond, was cured of Liver Complaint of three years standing, by the use of two bottles of Carter s Spanish Mixture. GREAT CURE OF SCROFULA? The Edi tors of the Richmond Republican had a servant employed in their press room, cured of violent Scrofula, combined with Rheumatism, which en tirely disabled him from work. Two bottles of Carter's Spaniih Mixture made a perfect cure of him, and tne Editors, in a public notioe, say they "cheerfully recommend It to all who are aft. i d with any disease of the blood.'' STILL ANOTHER CURE OFSCROFULA. I had a very valuable boy cured of Scrofula by Carter's Spanish Mixture. I consider it truly a valuable medicine. JAMES M. TAYLOR. Con ductor on the R. F. and P. R. R. Co., Richmond, Va. SALT RHEUM OF TWENTY YEARS STANDING CURED.?Mr. JOHN THOMP SON , residing In the city of Richmond, was cured by three bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, of Salt Rheum, which he had for nearly twenty years, and which all the physicians of the city could not cure. Mr. Thompson is & well know a merchant in the city of Richmond, and his cure is most remarkable. WM. A. MATTHEWS, of Richmond, had a servant cured of Syphilis, in the worst form, by Carter's Spanish Mixture. He says he cheerfully recommends it, and considers it a vary invaluable medicine. EDWIN BURTON, commissioner of the reve nue, says he has seen the good effects of Carter's Spanish Mixture In a number of Sypkilitte cases, and says it is a perfect cure for that horrlMe dis ease WM. G. HARWOOD,of Richmond, cured ?f old Sores and Ulcers, which disabled him from walking. Took a few bottles of Carter's Spanish M ixture, and was enabled to *valk without acrutch, in ? short time permanently cored. Principal Depots at M WARD, CLOSE 4 CO.. No. 86 Maiden Lane. New York. T. W. DYOTT A SONS, No. 183 North Second street, Philadelphia. BENNETT A BEERS, Mo. 1SS Main street. Richmond, Va. And for sale by CHARLES STOTT, Washing ton, D. C.; HENRY PEEL, Alexandria, and by Druggists everywhere * g&fiP- bottle, or ?U bottles for *9. . .0- WARRINER, ? ?,WAT?H*A*ER, ' He. 330 Pa. awasi, Utwud 9th aad 10th ttr?tt, ? . wasHi??Te*, n. c. . Jeweling, aad every kind of repairs to Watches. ' jy 17-?n Medical. niVill UBNU TEliTIIB fHILOSOPHICAL^VIEW 01 KiUlill vr ?. I. la caoiL ALBANY, If T., |7Mr?? Mi m rime, Plats Lithographs and Platai PriM Mir twi?tT*Piw S?l ftii ?/ ffiMfi re aii ftri! ?/ lU EAPEST BOOK EVER PVBLISHED? and contain in* nearly C"! double thf quantity"of ng miwr In that of 'be fTpty cent or dol lar PUBLICATIONS. It tma oa the PHYSIOL OGY OF MARRIAGE, And the Stent Infinnlttr* and Disorder of Youth and Maturity, reuniting from ex oeaeaa. which destroy the paynir 1 ud mental pow m, with Observations 01 Marriage, its dnttes sod disqualifications. their remedie*. with Lithographs, Ulustratl in the Anatomy and Pbysirlory, tad Disease* of the K rrodix ve Organ* of both prodnt 've Orrnri* of both Kim. their structare, uses, a d functions A popular and comprehen sive Treatise on the Dutiea sad OiaaaKloa of ris pler-nd married llft>?happy snd fruitful alliance, mode of seeurlnc them?Infelicitous and infertile ones?their obvi.tioa ui removal,? Important hints to thooe cor t-m plating matrimony, th*t will overcome atleetlans to it; ncae, hownci. A?Id tahe this important step without Arst mcrultliw It* rages?commentariss on the diseases and medical treatment of females f?cm infancy to aid a^r earl rroua debility, Its caaaaa .process at that nllure Is L case graphically Illustrated by beautlfol phic plates?nervous debility, Its causes and ewe. by a process at once so simple, safe, and effectual meat? m essay on SpormatorrhM, wit observations on a safer and more nefs of treatment?precautionary hints aa the evils re suiting from empirical prnctlea aa essay aa all diseases arlsiag from Indiscretion, with plain aitd simple rules by which all persons can cure them selves without mercury?remedies for those self marriageIts prrnsal Is particularly recommead^l ?d to persons entertaining secret doubts of their physical condition, and who are conscious of hsv Jng hazarded the health, bapptnees. nnd privilege# to which every human being I* entitled. Price TWKNTY-FIVE CENTS per copy, or Five Co Me" for One Dollar Mailed nee of post age to all parts of the I'nlted States I*. H.?Those wbo prefer msv consult Dr. 1?A 1 book treats, either personally or by mail Medl ; cine sent to any part of the I' nlon according to di , rections. safely jacked and carefully secured from ' all observation. Address Dr. M B LA CROlX, No ?t Maiden Lane, or Poot Office Box 579. Albany. N. Y. ID* Office open daily from ? a. m to ? p m , ' and on Sunday from i until ip n tnr Oflca REMOVED from No 56 Beaver st toll viatden Laae, Albany, IV. Y. | dec 7?y DOCTOR HOOFLAilD'l CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS, ranraniiD ay Dr. C. M. J At EtOft, Philadelphia, Pa., ' will trrscTttiLT eras LIVEB COMFLAIHT, D Y S FIF B I A, Jaundice, CkroHie or fftrvout Drbilitf, Dit sa?f of ike Ktdnfjft, n*4 all Diimmi errata? from a Disordtrod Lirtr or Stomach. Such as Constipation. Inward Piles. Pnilness, or Blood to the Head. Aridity of the Stomach. Nan sea, Heartburn. Disgust for food. Fullness, or Weight lu tbeStomacb. Sour Eructations, flak ing or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach. Swimming of the Head, Harried and IJr?' ult Breathing. Fluttering ot tbe Heart, Cb' king or Suffiacating Sensation* when in a lying Posture, Dimness of Vision, Dots of Wena before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain In the Head. Defi ciency of Perspiration. YiUswiiwas of Xit/t Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side. Back. Chest. Limbs Ac., Sadden Flushes of Heat Burning in the Flesh. Consent Imaginings of Evil, and great Depression of Spirits v THF. PROPRIETOR, in calling the attention of the public to this preparation, does so with a feeling or the ntmort conttdettce in its virtues and adaptation of it to the diseases for which it Is recommended It is no new arid untried article, but one that has stood the text of a ten years' trial before the A mer ican people, and its reputation and sale is unri vailed by any similar preparations extant. The testimony In Its furor g|\?en by th? most promi nent isd well-known Physicians and individuals, in all pans of the country is immense The fol ; lowing from North Carolina is reapertf-illy sub mitted, referring any who may still doubt, to the "Memorabilia, or Practical Rocelpt Book, for Farmers and families, to be had gratis of all the Agents for the German Bitteas Principal Office and Manufactory, 130 ARCH STREET. PHILADELPHIA, PA. TESTIMONY FROM NORTH CAROLINA. Crrtijksii of Dr. W. Smxtk, of P%%o Hill, Rick mond County. S C. Pma Hill, March 4,1354. Da. C. M. Jlcison. Philadelphia?Dear Blr : I hava been a aublect -t Dyspepsia, in its worst form, for the last iv ysars Such was my condi ?v? '?? tvi mr wet m v ? j pii u . cuiu w?b Mil V t'liui" tlon for twelve months that the phvsicians and all wbo saw me raid 1 must die. While In this con dition I was carried to tb< watering places la Vir ginia, Tennessee, and N^rth Carolina, but waa not benefitted by any water to which I was taken. While on my way home 1 stopped a week at Ruth erfordtou. a small vlTlajre In North Carolina, to Stry the effect of some Chalybeate water in thai lace. About the last of the week 1 went Into a rug store to get er-me medicine for my child and myself. There were several of the village physi cians In the store, and one of them seemed to take some Interest In my case, and. after asking me some questions, said be hnd been a dyspeptic and had been presfly benefitted by the use of F OOF - LAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, prepared by yon, nnd he insisted thrt 1 would try the Bitters. He also called the next day at my room, and In sisted ao much that I would try them that I him to get mr one bortle He did it. and I com menced taking it as directed, and I was more ben efitted by It than all the water and medicine 1 had ever taken. After reaching home one of ray neighbors came to me for a prescrlp'lon r nd medicine, (he a dys peptic,) and I gave him nearly all the Bitters 1 nad left, which effected much good In his esse. He has often callcd on me for more of tne same kind of medicine, saying he was more benefitted by it than any ether he had taken, but I have not been able to ?et anv more for him or myseif since; will you, therefore, please thlp me a doten or ?an as soon as possible. Reepectfiuly, yours, W.SMITH. D R HOOKER. Roger it? tore, Wake Co., N. C., October 84. 1663, cavs: "Hsvlng experienced very great benett from the use of HOOFLAND'** GERMAN BITTF.RS la Chronic Dysentery and functional deranjremRit ot the Liver, and Its concomitant cviia, 1 am * of obtaining a quantity of It for the benefit of my community. You Will, therefore, please sends lot, Ac , Ae. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J, AT WOO*. Hihtitilli, Yadkin Co , N C. I November 1st, 1^| Dr. C. II. Jachson?Dear Sir: Allow me to ex* I press to you my sincere thanks for your discovery of a medicine which, to say the least of it, has ef fected a cure that all other u.edic:nea, that I hava takea, have entirely failedtodo BOOfLANDf I GERMAN BITTERS have cured ma afthe mart stubborn and aggravated case of the riLaa that, perhaps, ever ful to the lot of mau. My case is not a stranger In this community, as I am wall known lnthisand the surrounding counties, and can truly say that my recovery has astounded all mv friends and relations, as 1 Lad trad everything recommended, and nothing did me any good un til I was prevailed upon to try the Bitten. You are at liberty to make any use of this communica tion for the oenes t of the affiicted. yen may think proper. Truly, yours, V*. J. ATWOOD. These bitters are mtirtly rtfttmblt, thry invig orate and strengthen the syatemf never prostrate it, and can he used for infants as well as adults. For sale by respectable dealers everywhere, sad by Z D. OILMAN, Washington; i L RID WELL, Georgetown, and J. R. PIER PONT, Alexandria. mar 1?ly REESE'S EAGLE PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING DEPOT. rpHK aabacriber respectfully announces to his -1- friends and the public in general that he baa received the first lot of the celebrated DODGE'S DOUBLE ACTING SUCTION AND FORCE PUMP, which received the SILVER MEDAL at the late Fair of the Metropolitan Mechanics' Insti tute, and is now prepared to furnish all who may favor him with a call. His stock of GAS FIXTURES are n la the District. With hla corps of competent workmen be pridea nimself to fill any orders in the PLUMBING AND GAS-FITTING line with prompaieas and All r*ork dona warranted to give rarpM* tioa. JOHN RFF.SF., V 3?tf corner ?th at. and Pa avenue Letters to the people oa Health and Happiness, by Catherine E Beecher. la paper *7 %, cloth SUc ft utoryef the Council of Treat, from the F reach by Jehn MeCtln'.ook, D D, St ffiarpar's Picture Book for the Nursery, toy Ja oob Abbott, 1 vols each New volume of Harper's Story Book, SI TAYLOR A MAURY S an 16 near 9th street.

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