Newspaper of Evening Star, May 29, 1856, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated May 29, 1856 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. AH AMERICAN FOREST 8050. BT ALT RID B. STBBBT. Now fluttering breeze, now stormy blast, Mild rain, then blustering snow? Winter's stern, fettering cold i> passed, But, sweet Spring, where art thon ' The white cloud floats 'mid smiling blu#, The broad bright sunshine's golden hue Bathes the still frozen earth; 'Tls changed !?above, black vapors roll? We turn from our expected stroll, And s?ek the blazing hearth. Hark !?that sweet rarol?with delight We leave the stifling room,? The little blue bird meets our sight? Spring, glorious Spilnc has come ! The south-wind's balm is in the air, Tee melting snow wreaths everywhere Are leading off in showers; And Mature, in her brightening lcoks Tells that her flowers and leaves and brooks And birds will soon be ours. A few scf: sunny days have shone, The air has lost its chill, A bright green tinge succeeds the brown L'pon the southern hill Off to the wood'?a pleasant scene; Here spronts the fresn young winter^re?n, There swells a mossy mound ; Thongh in the hellow drifts era piled. The wandering wind is sweet and mild, And buds are bursting jou d. Where its long rings uncurls the fern, The violent, nes ing low, Casts back the white lid of its urn, Its purple streaks to show ?> Beautiful blossom ' first to rise And smile beneath Spring's weakening skies. The courier of the hand Of coming flowrrs,?what feelings sweet Gush as the silvery gem we meet Upon its slender wand! Warmer is each successive sky, More soft the breezes p^ss: The maple's gem? of crimson lie Upon the thick green grass The dogwood sheds its clu;t?rs white, The Mrch has dropped its tisseis slight, Cowslips are round the rill; The thresher whistles in the glen, Flu'ters around the warb'ing wren, And swamps have voices shrill. A simultaneous burst of leaves Has c othed the forest now; A "ingle day's bright sunshine weaves This vl*l ?, georgeous show Masses of shzde are cast beneeth, The flowers are spread in varied wreath, Might brings its soft, sweet moon; Worn wakes in mist, and twilight gray Weeps its bright dew. and ?iniilng May Melts into blooming J une ' ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL E0TEL8 WiliarJt' Htitlw. e. * n. a. wiuid W B Glencoe, Masa J Traveler, NY D E Lemtke. do C C Beck, Va A Seevers P J Stevens. NY C P Dixon, do J E Wright, Masa J Monkur, Md W M Tallay, do E D Crance, NY J Selston A ly, do M Ru?sell, Pa W O Daveaul, DO G H Louland. N Y C A Durgin, do J Moran. do J Caster, do L J Heinrich. La O W Jeffers, Va ?apt Bowrnan. USA Maj A Mordecai, do Col J P Taylor, do W F Getty, Va S W Green. Chi i f W Kllev. jr, N Y Maj J R Truubie, Md it Lynch, do D J Burr, do H C Markley, SC Hoa R T Simpson, do W Cllne. Ga J Tucker, jr, NY A R Thornton, Ky L L Burke, do N Ward, O H J Burroughs, Ri A S Gullup, do R N Perl-e A ly. Mass Hon A De Witt, do B E Bates, do G W Bentley, do W \V Perbv, do M C Wandell, NY R L Darragh, do S G Withers, do W Mendenhall, Ind J C Tennlson, Va W Downs ft ly, Md S J Shomaker, do T P Lancaster. N Y O Hallam, do J D Merhltte, Pa W B Harrington, SC M J Reagan, do 1' W Schelle, .Mass W D Duer, Can J Waimarth,do W P Dean ft ly, NY M!ss Dean, do T Craighul , Va J Thiving. do W Coreghan, La D D Berker. NJ N Dunbar ft ly. Mi Miss Dnnbar, do H Williams, Mass M S Aflnagle ft dau ter, M Y W M Leeds ft ly, da G Scarborough, Ky Mr Sutherland, NY J R Burnett, do C W Dudley. SC T N Simpson, do T H Ellis, Va National lie'.el-wiilia* ewr Rev A F Neville, Md A D Smoot, do W R Hope, do A Duval, \ a H O Williams, NC D E Maloce. SC Miss Garwln, Ga S P Garwln. do M lss Ken , do W H Clark, Va Mrs Clark, do J N Reome, NY E Conway. Va F S Low, S'Y J R rtes, d'* M Martin. Ga F T Wcod'oid, NY L Pelouze, Pa P Rodger* B F Moore. Mass J .easing, NY R S Denny, JVia?s H A Pettibone, N Y Rev H Rcnten. Scot C L Dunham, Ind Mrs Gorccn, Md A Throckmorton, Ky G Terrill, Ala J B Locke. Tenn C W Wilder, Tenn S F Johnston, do E Hunton, Va G Chorpenlng, Cal C J Mitchell, do J Brm kett. NY B W Mason, do Hon A H Stuart, Va .Miss Muart, do Miss Peyton, do P de Marguindo. Md Mrs Brzmhall, NJ Miss Bramhall, do Mrs E Bramhall, do G G Torry, Miss J R Strmuller, Md W Cannon. Del Hon W Ashe, NC T D McJ Dwell, do W Hill, do H B iVijjart, ly, Md R M Sharks, do H J Darling; ly, pa W Bramereu, Ga E C Ramsay, do D N'ebett, Va M R Garret', do N Tyler, do S Comer, do W H Byrne, Md T J McKaig, do J E Mess man, Wis R W Cormlchael, Md S Botts, O J W Thompson, Del L Paynter, do W Hickman, do J S Smith, NY C R Alton, lv E J Roach, Md J Oreen, Pa H T Girnett, Va Dr A S Garnett, do J Smith, do J Htrsoii,do F Latelle, do J W Lunson, fam, SC r L Dunlap, Miss T L Djnlop, Miss Ilrewaa' ilettl-T t A u new* P Bo lwarc, Ky R R Mtade, Va W B Shanks, do Dr Overtrn, ly, do Hen E S Shorter, Ism, Miss Grace, de J F Reiyart, Pa L M Ro*entEall, do E H Bo-zby, do E Voweil. do Mrs W H De Courcey, M d M Miller, Mo J Seddon, Va W D Merrick ft son, Md W W Avery, NC W F Davldtcn.do W Sloan, do Dr J Whltfuore ft lady, Va E Wya't ft ly, do R Bradiy ft lv, do J W Tate, NC E H M Pell Pa W Peck,Is, O E Todd, NY Hon E W Hubard, Va A D Banks, do E W Brown, Ga S G Hays, ly, N Y M Monestreet, do J Banks, ly, pa H Williams, ly, Va J S Morgan ft ly, O Miss M rgan.do C H Jitrr.es, Ct R C v\ li?on, Ala F C Lranton, Ky J Ilanlson J) Mrrgan, Vt A J Cassail, NY E Durra". La R K Oshourne. Md A B Hansen do W Walsh, do R F Gill, Ala W F Prcut, NY fcir*w?0j ft a. h iiiiw??) A L Waters, Md Mr Darling, do M Howard, N Y Miss Wade, Tetn ? C Mendenhall, Va F A Gibbons, Md Dr William*, ly, do W Wall, DC II C Daniel, Va MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. **0? TH> BHITBP STATB8. V?*i. Limii F?f Walton New York....Havre .... Barceione New York...Havre.... Canada Boston t.lverpool.. Baltic New York...Liverpool. New York...Liverpool. ? a>bi.igton . .New York... Bremen... vnoMBcaoPB a,kington..Bremen New Vork. PriSoiiil". ^!verP??i----Boston .... fiS 1W'fOW New Vork Afawa' Ll?erpool....^ew York XnBO Liverpool....Ntw York . Havre j\jtw york The Cal.fomlasteamers leave New Y 5th and JM'th of each month. Dap. ...May 31 ..June 3 ..June 4 ..'nne 7 ..June 11 .. June It .. May !il ..May 24 .. May 26 ...May VS ..May 31 ...Juoe 4 ork on the GMAT RKuutTlon IN THE PRICE OF BOJls AND 0AItER3 I HAVE ON COMMISSION, FOR A I Hli I adelpbia man.i- PHIL faeturer, a fi Sewed or ?t rate Peggtd Calf-SKin BOOT at V W. full as gcod tMoae usually sold ?D<rH; ada Fr*n? h Calf Patent leather GAITER at ? 3 Sl>. as ijocd ss any at?5; Bflr?t rate Calf Ga'terat S^.^O.the-e are the oest goo*i< that Is (or ever were) sold In the District for the price; for the {>ro?' e irue and see or v. ur?elf Ternrs positive'y ca^h. No ex'ra |> opt cb*r^ed to offset b d d'bts Call a- ihe *F IT \ORK HAT STORE, Sevenu sfrift M<kt t eiinsy.vaaia avenue. ANTHONY, Agent, LET THIS BE YOUR GUIDE. The Greatest Bargains ever heard of Can be obtained at R . B . HALL'S tffllSIW IT Ml till SUE fSTUISIMEIT. No. 373 Seventh Street. SUCH BARGAINS HAVE HERETOFORE BEEN UNKNOWN AND NOTHING BUT AN IMMENSE INCREASE OF BUSINESS AND AUCTION SACRIFICES WOULD ENABLE US TO SELL AT Irish Linen, only 25 cents Fine I lnen Shirt Bosoms, 37 cents Good Unbleached Cotton, 5cents Ladles Hose, orlv 6 cents Ladles Cotton Gloves, 3 r*'r *or ^ cents Umbrellas, onlv 50 cents Parasols, 35 and 50 cents BONNETS! BONNETS!! BONNETS!!! lOdcirn Ledles' SATIN WING LACE, GOSSIMER, TISSUE LACE, and NEAPOLI TAN BONNETS, V1RT CHKAP 2 ca*es handsome SILK BONNETS 82 JO, worth f?5 Old style BON N KTS, 12 and 25 cents 1 case fine LEGHORN FLATS, beautiful and cheap Gentlemen's, Boys, and Children's STRAW AND LEGHORN HATS. SHOES! SHOES!! SHOES!!! An Immense variety, In style, color, quality, anl prise, bas aiwavs characterised our stock, and peculiarly marks our present vast assortment All we ask 1?, that you will call, see, and judge for ycureelf whether the promise of this announcement Is not fulfl'.led, In the unprecedented bargains now offered Ladles' old stjle GAITERS AND SHOES at half price. R. B. HALL. Bemembor the Number?373 Seventh Streat. fourth door abavo I. iu23-fit Splendid long black Silk Mitts, 18 cents, worth50 Fine French GInghrm, 12 cents, worth 20 York Mills Cotton, 12 cents, worth 1? Mouse in De Lalne, 6 cents, worth 12 Fine Challi De Lalne, 12 cents, original cost 30 cents Ladles best quality Kid 6loves, 50cents, worth97 HATS! HATS! JUST RECEIVED A FULL SUPPLY OF hn?* drab Beaver ventlla- rC"" ted HATS, which I offer VP*."* at S3 50; they are the best Huts fcr the price in the t&W\r'4 United States. Tte best Kfi^vur bl'Ck dress Hats got ?n in tbe latest s'.yle for *3 50 as go.^d as thoFe usually fold at S5; ar.d a good fish ion able Hat at 1M, worth SI; and a first-rate Hat, S- ?0. The be-t materials and the bfst workmanship is employed to produce a ???? Hat, which Is sold for SJ 50. We do a c-.sh business, meet with no los ses, but glve each customer full value f?r his monev. Kelt and Straw Hats unusually low. ANTHONY, 7th street, near Pa avenue. Agent for a New York Hat Company. m 84-tf c HI BUY AND SELL FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EXCHANGE; FURNISH DRAFTS 0a all Far la of United States and Earopa; COLLECT DRAFTS On all parti of United States and Enropc; DRAW BILLS ON IRELAND FOR XI OR UPWARD?; BUY AND SELL BONDS, STOCKS, \ OTHER SECURITIES; NEGOTIATE TIME TAPER, lauilnaeat paying 10 v" and over, for sale* LAND WARRANTS. We are at all times Purchasing, and have for Sale. LAND WAR HANTSof all denominations. Land Warrants located In Iowa, Wisconsin, or .Minnesota. CHUBB BROTHERS, jan 23-tf Bankers, opposite the Treasury. ANTHONY BtCHLY, UNDERTAKE R, Shop and Residence No. 30:< Penn. avenne, senth side, between 9th and 10th sts>, Having provided hlmself with an ELEGANT HEARSE, and all necessary conveniences for properly conducting his business, would respectfully Inform the public that he is fully prepared to till all orders entrusted to hlra, at the shortest notice and in the best manner. A large eupplv of READY-MADE COFFINS of all sizes, alwa>s on hand, which will be fur nished on tne most reasonable terms. As heretofore, no pains will be spared to give entire satisfaction on all occasions. N. B.?Resld ng on the premises, orders will be promptly attended to at all hours feb 7-ly J. CONNELLY, Undertaker, No. 423 Sttentk street, uest tide, let. (i and Ht WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM the citizens of Washington and the adjoining counties that he is prepared to attend to all orders at the shortest notice and on the most liberal terms> He will spare no pains to give entire satisfaction on all occasions, lie guarantees to preserve the dead in the warmest weather for any length of time A lar^e supply of ready made COFFINS of all sizes and qualities, always cn hand. Shrouds, Carriages, Hearses, and every other article furnished of the best quality. A share of the public patronage la respectfu'ly solicited. mar*'4-tf UNITED STATES MAIL. Post Office Department. ) May 20, 185fi. C Proposals for carrying the uni trd State* Mails from the first day of July, l?5fl, to the first day of July, ISflS, on tLe follow ing route, will be received at the Contract Office of the Post Ofllce Depirtment, in the city of Wash ington, until 9 o'clock a m , of the l?th of June next, to be decided the next day : No. 1,4501 From Indlanspolls. by Cumberland, Philadelphia. Greenfield, Charlottesville, Cleveland, Knlgh'stown, Oedcn, Lewls ville, Dublin. < ambrldge, East German town, Centrevllle, Richmond, and New Paris, to Uayton, Ohio, 112 miles ard ba<*k, dally, except Sunday, by such n;ode of transportation as shall include the entire mail. SCHEDULE. Leave Indlacapolis daily, except Sunday, at 12 m; Arrive at Dayton by 6 a m next morn'ng ; l,eave Dayton dailr. except Sunday, at 7 a m; Arrive at Indlanspolls neit mo.nlngby i a m. NOTES. Each proposal shonld be accompan'ed l y a guarantee, signed by two responsible persons, in toe following manner: I, , of , county of , State of , propose to convey the mail from July 1, ItStf, to June 30, 185*, on routs No , from to , agreeably to the advertisement of the Postma?t?r General, dated May20, 1830, and by the following mode of conveyance, viz : for the annual sum of dollars. This proposal Is made with full knowledge of the dls'ance of the rcute. toe weight of the mail to be carried, and ottier particulars in reference to tbe route and service, and also aftercareful exam ination of the instructions and requirement! at tached to the advertisement. Da'ed (Signed ) Form of a Gvn ramtee. The undersigned, residing at . State of , undertaae tbat, if the foregoing hid for carrying the mail on route No. be accepted by the Postmaster General, the tiidier shall, pri or to the lir'.lday of July, 1B56, or as soon thereaf ter as may b?, enter into the required obligation to perform the service proposed, with good and sufficient sureties This we do understanding distluctly the obli fationsand liabilities assumed t>v guarantors un er the 27th section of the act of Congress of J uly S, lfc26 Dat<-d (Signed by two guaranto s ) Form of Certiorate. The undersign* d, postmaster of , State of , certlfi*-, under *t.i oat\ of of/Ice, that he Is acquainted with the al>ove uuaranters, and knows them to be men of prop, rty, and able to make good their guarantee. Dated. (Signed.) JAMES CAMPBELL, m21-law4w Postmaster General. [No. 537 1 NOTREOI WITHDRAWAL OF LANDS IN IOWA.?In pursuance rf an act approved 15th May, 1^56, " n aklng a grant of lands to the State of Iowa. In alternate sections, to aid in tbe construction of cert* in railrotdt in said State," instructions have been issued from this office withdrawing from market, until further orders, all the lands in that ?tate except those situated In the following named districts, which are still open to purchasers for eff cting sales and loca tlors, Tii; *! all the lands Is the district. betweenVrE^tT' 8,1 the land" nor,h cf the lln8 VTJ, " tf^lps 94 and 91 ii. ih^ *i8nl?"x C,!V' aU ,h* l?n^s north of the Hi e betwe n towasbtps ?>[ a,ld 9^ Mav.Ji.o rH.)? a HENDRICKS, n??-l?*6? Commissioner The rising star gambit his iiTa beautiful and Instructive ttame for Childjea It '.earn* them to commit to memory all th?? inci dents and celebrated b^t'les that were fought du r:-g the American llev I rio.i For ;a ?? by tbe agriit, A LEA. ADAAlbONj mar 7th street, opposite Poet Office. TO AI.L THAT VALD* TEEIll SIGHT. ISH ES to call the attention to all that suffer 'vifti defective sight, caused by age, sick ness and part'cularly from glasses Injudiciously *^2'..*? h,s suP<?rlor SPECTACLES and . . ^, carefully ground by himself to a true spnerieal accuracy, and brilliant transparency, Hinted precisely and beneflcfcilly to the wearer ac cording to the concavity or convexity of the eye. ery numerous are the ill effects caused to the precious organ of sight from the commencement pfnslng glasses in not being precisely suited, by the use or an Optom*itr; and tne practlceof many years, enable h!m to measure the focal disease of t^e eyes, and such glasses that are absolutely re factionWU1 ^ fura"hod WI{>1 precision and satls i T. acknowledges the very libera! encourage ment already obtained, and further solicits the pa tronage of those, that have not yet availed them selves of his aid. Persons th;:t cannot conveniently call, by send ing the glasses in us?. and stating how many Inches they can reed this print with th^irsoecta c.es, can be supplied with such that will improve their sight. * innumerable testimonials to be seen; and :cfer ences given to ma ly who have derived the greatest ease and comfort from his glasses. f'ircniars to be bad gratis, at his cMce, No. 51t street, three doors from Odd i-'ellows' Hall, up stairs. a*. Tw(,W(N10'mi' September7,18M. ? * Spwtficle* yen made far me suit ?err well, and Rcera to have Improved ray sight roots than any other 1 have lately tried. LiTT. W. TAZEWELL. M! t7leiS ? pal? of Spectacles obtained fro* f \T. ' ?n^ thera of ^rsat assignee ti my siRht, and corresponding with hi* *e?-ripticB of lb. focus. 1 recommend him as a sklllfnl optl ?IM' HENRY A. WISE. : 8,'?"*te rrlrof bpsctacies yea torv to ? TnlO a:e . ^ 7 V .?* *er>' oecldediy the best I ^ V d 1 am th9 0T?n? of cicht or nine oair car^iuy selected in different piacS Si tfZXl 1 1 ans recommended to m?j on account of their ^lacf ^'rarce ar.d tbe v .ii.i ^ ia.es j have been nlro please/* wj?a your remarks and directions on the treatmen'?f preserving acdimiusv lagthesigai. Respectfully yours, CHAS. CALDWELL ri?f2#?or of M. C., Louisville, ly. M, , . Lvscepsb*, Nov. ly, i?54. _. wo^las having furnished rrs" witk yiWh,Ch 1 haTe beeri?rra:iY aidi'd (my IifrkU tavlrg suffered grently from reading at n'(*sreBr#de^Vfc'ltayords In? ike hicLest [ E , M>'that 1 consider him a skillful prec i aw .Ei k-3' an1 Weli PTePsre* to aid those *-hs is&y need h*s professional service*. | WM. 13. ROI/Z1E, Eider of Methodist Coafere??? ~iJhnC SPer,t^le" wb'ch 1 obifc!rcd toL yo:: las' : Itv^n th*entirely saUsfuctory. From a. a I a equal [ ity in the vlsusi range of my eyes, I h* re hereto j fore found jm at diiAcul;y in getting glasses of the proper focal distance. It ?ff.,rd, 7m Dlm'ure tf ?ultv has \?bV 1hC aid of your optometer, this dlffi ealtv has>bseu happhv nb7iated so that thec^lassM me are decidedly tbe?1JflSg ^ of any i Lavo ever yet used. Very rwpec'.Jully, yours, H. U. DRANE Rector of St. James' 1'ariiM. Department of Interior. May 7. ISM _ . h" Kfects an<1 thP un?1ual range'o| ?y eyes, I have been compelled to use glasses for several yean. 1 have tried different opticians without obtaining glasses perfectly ltt?f to mv eyes, l-our months since Mr. Tobias made two pairs especially for me, which I kav* found to 13y the use cf his optomete? ha^s enabled tq adapt Classes minutely to the eve I most cheerfu'ly recommend M r. Tobias to ali having occasion to nsegiasses, and bear nv tnM ato.y ts to his skill as an optician V U" HENRY E HALDW1N, |y ]? tr Aa*Ut- aw'f ** Warrants. FRIVATE MEDICAL TREAT ISK ON TH* ? PHILOSOPHICAL VIEW OF MARSIAQE ? ? ST ' *? B? tA CROIX, ni, II,. ,MD ALUANY, n. y., MXP,gn MMd 130 Fintj plain I c ographs and Plaits. Paics omlt Tw*ntt-Fiv* Chits. Sent 1 rec of Postage to all parte of the Unloi /CHEAPEST BOOK EVER PU1ILISHED and containing nearly double the quantity of read l?^,J??,tter ,n that of the FIFTY CENT OR DOL LAR PUBLICATIONS. It treats on the PHYSIOL OGY OF MARRIAGE, and the Secret Infirmities and Disorder of Youth and Maturity, resulting from ex cesses, which destroy the physical and mental pow ers, with Observations on th?ir remed\?bj'wlth"L^hogr^s^n?^^' Anatomy and Physiology, and Diseases of th5w? Dae-el^nmwltb?ut ?rst consulting its ?rr:s;^?? teasstJSS simple rules by which all nmnr' pf*ln and selves withom mercurv rS? ^ cure them" lnfll-ted muifiS&SKSi'E. ISJ"' fortunately prevalent in t??? bopes so un fu! a4vl?.;S^S2 '< 1" ? iruth. r>nl',,BV ^hose who prefer may oonsalt Dr. La book tre*tf?.nin!iy ?' disuses upon which this oook treats, either personally or bv m.iil \1m1i r^Lleat t0/,n7 Pa^tb? Hnionaccordinp todil Sf ?Si53S?yp"M an<1 cire,ulJ? "???

Address Dr. M B LA CROIX No ti u.m.. hf^ni>OSt 0aCTn?X 57? Albany, N Y 1 open dn"Y<rrom tiamloiipm and on Sunday ftom 3 until & p. to. P to?p-0^ HKMO VED from No St Dt*wer st d??-iVm'N,w '?* ?y S? 2. 'lhU,""?h1t'T ??"??"I,. -,||>d Th I e't-r, ?f , !h, J ,?Ble? 1 #1 2, ' dlt?d by Airs ^Sarah^J U,,' r,tbey M"n m*l y 1M-Sar*V. a FRANOK TAYLOR. TO FH An * NORrLET'l NBW AND CHEAP ? ADDLE, HABWE88 AND TKUFK 8T0BI, 499 Seventh st , opposite Odd FeUows' Hall. MESSRS. TOPHAM, piu t 111 ?M|^late of Philadelphia, ana Wjfg , , fM UUPJJ^NORFLKT of this clty,^H\^W * respectfully announce their friends and the public, that they have com menced the Saddling Business at the above stand, where they will make and keep constantly on hand a large and superior assortment of? Mens', Ladles' and Boys' SADDLES, BK IDLES, MARTI N GALES. and WHIPS HARN ESS of every description, both for city and country use. All kinds of TRUNKS, VALISES, and CAR PET BAGS Ladles'SATCHELS, TRAVEL ING BASKETS.and FANCY WORK BOXES. HORSE BLANKETS, COVERS, COLLARS, and HAMES. Horse,Spoke, and Dust BRUSH ES. CARDS, CURRY-COMBS, SPONGES, AC.,AC. All material used will be the beat that can be obtained; and both of us having been practical workmen for several years, we feel confident that our work cannot be surpassed, either for style or durability. By unremitting efforts to give satis faction we hope to merit, and respectfully solicit, a sharesof public patronage. Pastfcular attention paid to covering ?ra*k? and repairing all kinds of work. Sadolers: tools constantly on hand, aev 7 tf AYElt'S PILLS Anew and singularly success ful remedy for the cu'e of all bilious dis eases?Costiveness, Indigestion, Jaundice, Drop sy, Rheumatism. Fevers, Gout, Nervousness, Humours, Irritability, inflammations, Headache, Pains. In the Breast, Side, Back, and Limbs, Female Complaints, Ac , Ac. Indeed, very few are tbe diseases which a purgatlvs medicine Is not more or less required, and much sickness and suffering might be prevented if a harmless but effectual Cathartic were more freelv used No person can feel well while a costive habit cfbody prevails; besides it soon generates serious and often f*tal disecses. which might have been avoided by th* timely and judlcows use of a pood purgative This is alike tree cf Colds, Feveiiih symptoms, and Bilious derangements. They all tend to become or produce the deep seated and formidab'.e distempers which load the hears?* all over the land Hence a reliable family physic is of the llrst impoitance to the public health, and this Pill has been perfected with consummate skill to meet that demand. An extensive trial of Its virtue* by Physicians, Professors, and Pa tients, has shown results surpassing any thing hitherto known of any medicine. Cures hrve been eftVcted bevond belief, were they not sub stantiated by persons cf ?uch exalted positions und character as to forbid the suspicion of un truth. Among the eminent ecntlemcn who have testi fied in favor of there Pills, we may mention: Doct. A. A. HAYES, Analytical Chemist of Boston, and State Assayer of Massachusetts, whose high Professional character Is endorsed by the Hon EDWARD EVERETT, Senator of the United States ROBERT C. WINTHROP, Ex-Speaker of the House of Representatives ABBOTT LAWRENCE, Minister Plen , to England t JOHN B. F1TZPARICK. Catholic Bishop of Boston; also Dr J K. CHILTON, Practical Chemist o New % ork City, endorsed by Hon. W. L M ARCY, Secretary of State WM B ASTOR, the richest man in America S LELANDACo, Proprietors of the Metro politan Hotel, and others These Pills, the result of long investlg-tlon rind study, are offe-ed to the public as the best and most complete which the present state of medical sciencecan 6 fl'ord Ttey are compound;d not of the drugs themselves, but of the medicinal virtues only of Vegetable remedies extracted by Chemical process In a state of purity, and com blued together In such a manner as to insure the best results. This system of composition for medicines has been found in Cheriv Pectoraland Pills both, to produce a more efficient lemedy than had hitherto been obtained by any process The reason is perfectly obvious While by the p'd mide of composition, every medicine is bur dened wi'h more or less acrimcnious and injuri ous qualities, bythis each individual virtue only that Is des red f?>r the cirati?e etfect is present All the inert and obnoxious qualities of each sub stan< e eniplryed are left behind, the curative virtues cnlv being rttained. Hence it is self evi dent the effects should prove as they hu^epr ved, more purely remedial, and the P.lis a more pow erful antidote o disease thnd any o:her medicine keown to the world. They operate by their powerful Influence on the Internal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate it into healthy action?remove the obstructions of the stomach, bowels, liver, and other organs of the body, restoring their irregular action to health, and by correcting, wherever they exis-t, such de rangements as are the first origin of disease. Prepared by Dr JAMES C AYER, Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass Price '23 cents per box ; live boxes for *1 Sold by Z. D GILMAN, Washington, and by all respectable Druggists. - ap8-4in ALWAYS lUYIKTHilH NKW! lit:AD THIS, OLD AND YOUNG! Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative WrILL RESTORE GRAY HAIR TO ORI ginal color permanently; made to growap on bad heads; remove all dandruff or Itching; destroy all diseases of the scalp; and if used once or twlee a week regularly, will prevent the hair from becoming gray or falling, to an Imaginable age Read the following testimonials, and we defy you to doubt, (says the Waverly Magazine.) Success to the genius whose tonic we say, Turns back to it* color the Hair that was gray. SOMETHING WORTH KNOWING!?By using Professor Wood's Hair Restorative, gray hair can be permanently restored to its original color. The subjoined certificate was received from Johnson A Stone, Gardner, Me , and Is but one of the many Instances that are daily coming to our knowledge of Its wonderful effects. It is no longer problematical, but a self-evident truth, as hundreds of our community can testify.?B os ton Htiaid. OiRD^EK, Me. June22, 18.W Ma. H Dtks?Dear Sir: I have used two bot tles of Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative, and ran truly say It is the greatest discovery of the age for restoring and changing the Hair. Before using it I was a man of seventy. My hair has now at tained its original color. You can recommend It to the world without the least fear, as my case was one of the worst kind Yours respectfully, DAN'L N. MURPHY Caeltlu. 111., June27, 195B. I have used Prof O J. Wood's Hair Restora tlve, and have admired its wonderful effect. My hair was becoming, as i thought, prematurely gray; but by the use of the " Restorative" it has resumed its original color, and. I have no dcubt, permanently so SIDNEY BREE8E, Kx-Senator United Statee. HAIR RESTORATIVE.?I a ourcolumns to- i day will be found Prof. Wood's advertisement of the above article, to which we call attention. What it has done, we have witnessed upon sev eral of our acquaintances In St Louis. Hair once gray met our view, black or brown as the case might be, being the color of early manhood ; and ssfineand glossy as silk, and that without nny other application than the Restorattve. If it has done this upon others, will it not do the same for any of our readers whose '-frosty prows" were once like the " raven locks" of Lothiel's warlike chief, if they will try it. We think so.?Jackion villi Constitutional, Oct. 6, 1853. THE GREATEST DISCO VERYOF THE AGE.?It seJdom occurs that we notice, under any circumstances, patent medicines, restora tives. or anything of ike kind, for we have a pre judice against most of them. But candor com P?ls us to Invite attention to the advertisement cf rofessor Wood's Hair Restorative. We are too iuvenileto require anything of the kind, butsome Instances of its use have come to our knowledge which almost assures us that It is a sovereign remedy against the hair becoming prematurely gray. It is not a " Hair Dve," but upon Its ap filicatlon, as directed, the effect is produced upon he skin, which brings out the original colored hair, without stiffness, and gives 1t a glossy and natural anpearance. We have seen persons who have usea it, and are much Pleased with It I- x amine the advertisement ?Aftiiasri R'publi a* O. J. WOOD A CO., Proprietors, No. 310 Broadway, New York, and 114 Market street, St. Louis. Missouri C STOTT A CO., wholesale and retail Agent, Washington. Also for sale bvD. S Dyson. S. Parker, undor National Aotel. and all Druggists; In ? eorsretown by R S. T. Clssel; la Alexandria by Peel A Steves. T. W DYOTT A SONS, General Wholesale Agent, Philadelphia, Pa. feb 1??m S TABLE CUTLERY ILVER-PLATED TABLE AND DESSERT .J Knives ; Ivory Handle Knives ; Knives and Forks: Careers, Forks, and Steels ; Game Car vers; Beef Slices; Bread Knives, Ac. Remember, prices are low on 7th st., especially at VJO. ap 14- G FRANCIS. T ** < LARGEST A*l? *IOST VARIED k^jrtmentcf PIANOS in th-city st JOHN F. ELLIS'S, mtt-* 906, near loth Carter's Spanish Mlxtnrt THE GRH AT rVRTFTEKOFTHn BLOOD Best Alterative Katwall NOT A PABTICLB OF MIICVtT IB IT!!! An Infallible remedy for Scrofula, King's Evil Rheumatism. Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions, Pimples or Postules on the Face. Blotches, Bolls, Ague and FeveT, Chronic Sore Eyes, Ringworm or Tetter, Scaid Heald, Enlarge ment and pain of the Rones and Joints, Salt Rheum. Stubborn Ulcer*. Syphilitic Disorders, and all diseases arising from an injudicious use of M?reury, lmpr.idence In Life, or Impurity of the Blood. THIS great remedy, which has become so rap Idlv and so justly celebrated for its extraordl nary efficacy in relieving and curing many of the most obstinate and terrible forms of disease with which mankind Is afflicted . Is now offered to the public, with the confident assurance that no Mid ical discover t ever made has been so eminently successful Incuring Scbofula,and all disbasss of thi Blood,as CARTER'S SPANISH MIX TURE. The proprietors are receiving bv eTery mall most flattering and astonishing details of cures made in all parts of the country, and in most case* where the skill of the beat Physicians had beea rled In vain. Its power ovrr the Blood is truly remarkable and all diseases arising from impurity of the great Seat or Lifb have been relieved and cured with out a single failn re, out of the thousands who have used It. Carter's Spanish Mixture contains no Mercury, Uplum, Arsenic, or any dangerous drugs, out is composed of Roots and Herbs, com bined with other Ingredients of known virtue, and may be given to the youngest Infant or most de bilitated invalid, without the least possible hesi tation. We have only room for short extracts from the volumes of testimony In our possession, and all from gentlemen of the highest respectability, well known in their various localities. Please read to yourselves. We take great pleasure In calling the ettentlor of our readers to the merits of Carter's Spanl3l Mixture as a remody for diseases of the blood. It enjoys a reputation In this city unequalled by ant other preparation.?Daily Ditfatch, Richmond Va. The Hon John M Botts,cf Va ,saysheconsid ers it a matter of duty to add his testimony to th? vlrtuesof Carter's Spanish Mixture, from actvai fbbsonal 03?bbvatior of Its remarkable cura tlv powers for the diseases in which it is used We have been cured of a violent and protracts Liver dlsea?>e by Carter's Spanish Mixture. We know it to be all it professes.?Editor So*tk*\dt Dtmotrat, Petersburg, Vet. We have found from personal trial, that Ca? ter'sSpahlsb Mixture is a truly valuable cardl cine ?Ed. Ver^ennes Independent, Vt. ORE AT CURE OFSCROFVLA?K twe? mar. in our employ was cued of Scrofula of a vir ulent character by a f?*w bottles of Carter's Span ish Mixture, af^r everything else had failed Oth er cures which have come under our own observa tlod, proves to us conclusively, that Is really a val nable medicinal agent. We take great pleasure in calling the attention of the afflicted to lis mer its ?Richmond Revublicin. SYP HIL1S.?1 hive seen a number of cure? or Syphilis performed bv Cart-i's Spanish Mixture I believe It to be a perfect antidote for that horrl ble disease. E. BURTON, Com. of Revenne for rltv of Richmosf. I.IV?R DISEASE ? **amnel M Drinier, r> ?he Arm of Printer & Morris, Bookseller*. Kl^b mond, Va., w*s csred of Liver disease of severe year? standing by osly throe bottles of Cartel ?? Span'sh Mixture. OLD SORES, 0I ?5RSANI> OBSTlXATh ERUPTIONS on THE SKIN? See thecrrr of Mr. Harwood, and others, detailed in our A! manac Tb" nrmber of rucn case* cur^d by Car ter's Spanish Mixture, precludes the pooslb'.Ut, of inserting them in an advertisement EFFECTS OF MERCVRY ?S??>tbeenra o; Mr. Elmore. He *vas eaten up with Mercury *.cc could obtain no relief, until be tot* six bottles ei Carter's !=;>anlah Mixture, which perfectly restored him to he'.itti and vigor. NEURALlrlA ?Mr. F. Boyde.n, formerly I the Astor House, N. Y.,but more recently propri etor of the Exchange Hotel, Richmond, was cur? d of Neuraigia by Carter's Spanish Mixture Since that time, be says he has seen it cure more than i hundred cases of the disease in which it is used Ke never falls to recommend It to tfce afflicted RHEUMATISM.?Mr. John F. Harrises Druggist, of Martinsborg, Va . writes of the s;r. gular cure of a violent case of Rheumatism. Ti e patient could net w*llr. A few bottles catirelj curr?d him. SCROFULA..?Mr. Hi^rlson also writes of ? great cur? ol Scrofula, in tte person cf a your^ lady, (of three years standing,) which all the doc tors could net reach. Six bottles made a cure of her. SYPHILIS?Dr. K. T. Hcndle, of Washing ton, D. C , who cured an obstinate case of Sypai lis by Carta's Spanish Mixture, says "it acts ?pe. daily on th? Blood, Liver and Skin and is prompt and efficient in Itj results." Dr. John Min^e, formerly of the City Hctel. Richmond, new of Alabama, says he cas toec Carter's Spanish Mixture administered In a num ber of cases with astonlshlagly good effect. He reco-T.mends it ls '"the roost efficient alterative is SALT RHEUM AND SrROFULA? Mi Jos Robinson, of Wooster, Ohio, was cured ol Scrofula and Salt R heuxri of three years standing by only three bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture ?VAi. S. BEERS & CO., Proprietors, No. 304 Broadway, New York. fET Price 51 per bottle, or six bottles for S5 For sale by CHAS. STOTT, Washington. I? C., and Druggists peneraBy ect 1?ly THE GREATEST MEDICAL DISCOVERY OF THE AGE. Dr. KENNEDY, of Rextsry, Has discovered In one of our common pastvbi wbkds a remedy that cures E/EKY KIND OF HUMOR; TftCX TE 3 WOEST SCROFULA DOWN TO A COM MON PIMrLB. HE HAS TRIED IT IN OVER ELEVEN hundred cases, and never failed exccpt In two case:*, (both thunder humor ) He has now la hit possession over two hundred certificates of Its vir tue, all within twenty miles of Boston. T wo boiUec arc warranted to cure a nursing sore mouth. One to three bottlos will care the worst kind of pimples on the face Two to three bottles will clear the system ol bi'es. Two bottles are warranted to cure the wort eanker in the mouth and stomach Three to five bottles are warranted to oare the Worst case of Erysipelas. One to two bottles are warranted to cure al' humor in the eves. Two bottles are warranted to cure rannlrg ol the ears and blotches among the hair. Four to six bottles are warranted to core corrupt and running ulcers One bottle will cure scaly eruption cf the skin. Two tc three bottles are warranted to curc tb? worst care cf ringworm. Two to three bottles are warranted to cure tte aost decp?*rate case c-f rheumatism. Three to lour bottles are warranted to care It* ?alt rheum. Five to eight bottles will cure the worst oeses M aarofula. A benefit !s always experienced from the first bo tile, and a perfect cure is warranted when the above quantity is taken. Reader, I peddled over a the*:-rod bottles ol this in the vicinity cf Boston. I know the e*t?t of it in every case So sure as water wBl extin guish fire, so sure will this cure humor. I ne^ei sold a bottle of it but that sold another; afters trial it always speaks for Itself. There are twe things r.bont this herb *hat appears to me surpris ing; first that it grows in our pastures, in some Blares quite plentiful, and yet its value nas neve* been kv<wn until I discovered it In 1840?second that it should cure all klrds of hnmor. In o;dcr to give soaa? idea of the sudden r!st and gTeat popularity of the discovery, 1 will statr that in April, IS53. 1 peddled it, and sold about t bottles per dty? in April, 18M, I sold over l.ODi bottles jr.fi day of it. Some of the wholesale Druggists who have beet In buslnefs twenty and thirty years, say that no thing in the annals of patent medicines was eve like It. There is a universal praise of it from al quarters In my own praetiee I always kept It strictly for humors?but since Its introduction as a genera family medicine, great and wonderful virtue have been found in it that l never suspected Several cases of epileptic fits?a dlsoas-e whlcl was always considered Incurable,have been cared bZ a bottles O, what a mercy If it will provi effect'ial in all cases of that awful malady?then are but few who have seen more of It than I have I know of several cases of Dropsy, aU of then Sed people cured by it For the various disease? the Liver, Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, Asthma J ever and Ague. Pain in the Side, Diseases of th< Spine, aud particularly in diseases of the Kid neys, tc., the discovery has done more good tha; any medicine ever known No change of diet ever necessary?eat the be* you can get and enough of it. Directions for JJt*.?Adults one table apoonfui P?7 ^y?^klldren over ten years dessert spoon fut?Children from five to eight rears, tea spoc.n ful. As no directions can be applicable to all eon atltutions, take sufficient to operate on the bowel* twice a day. MANBFACTVBBt) BT DONALD KENNEDY, If*. 180 WVir?M? ttrtot, Rozbnrf, M*t? Pbicb, Orb Dollab Wholesale Agents?New York City, C. V CL1CKNER. 81 Barclay street: C. H RING MB Broadway; A. B A D SANDS. 1W Ful tot street. Philadelphia, T. W. DYOTT A SON8 Baltimore, BROWN A BROTHER, CANBY * HATCH. Alexandria, PEEL A STEVENS. At Retail by aB respectable Druggists in the WajtedSates an^H^ttsh Pfovinoes, and also toy Information for Travelers. Mrrmmo* noats FOR THE WHITE HOUSE PAVILION TH2t??XA?,ER8 ?OS COLLIER OH 6EORGK WASHINGTON Jl ? ^ ran be chartered for public nr ? Lt" TJ? f lect partlee to the White How tUtHon. I4*' \\ akhlngloB. Mount Vertrou or any place on the Potomac River. For further particular* apply to the Captains of the Boat* or to the President of the Company ap 17-tf ? '' THE NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES A I L b T K A n E K 9 . THE SHIPS COMPRISING THIS LINE are the rK R'AJ1Ci"V CaPr Jm W?*? ihfsf ?hlc* baring been built by contract ei pre*ly for Government service, every care ban been take* In their construction. an also in their engine*. t/? Insure strength at.d speed ; and their accommodations for passengers are unfcualrd Irr eletrance and ccmfort Price of pas?age from Nfw York :? Liverpool In tlrst cabin, Sl?i; in serond do., 9'i From Liverpool to New York, SO and J(> guineas An exrerlerced srrgeon attached to each ship No berths can tr-rm^ until p*!d for The ship* <f 'Lin line hav?? Improved water tight bulk heads, ard to avoid danger from Ice will notcrnss toe Hanks north of 4<t decrees, nutjl after the 1st of August. paorosKD dates or siiLtn, iV?*? York. From Lxrtryfl IrDO. ipr| %M Wrdnasday... May M rH May 10 W ednssd* v.... May S* May ? Wednesday....Jnn? 11 7 Wcdneeday....Ju?e ?5 -aturday June 21 \\ e<*cr-sdsy ....Jol# v . aturdav July 5 Wednesday ....July iW J?l>* !? W>dr.?ftisy....Aug ? Saturday....... A tig 2 W edr.esday... .a ug tn Aug 16 Wednesday... >ept n 5*turdny Aug 30 Wednesday....|>ept 1? Saturday Sept. 13 Wednesday ....Oct, i J'ltirTday Sept 27 W'edresday ....Oct Saturday Oct 11 Wednedav ....Oct w Saturday Oct fi Wed netda\.... Nov la Saturday Nor. S W .dn??d*\.... Nov vit Saturday Nov v'J W? ancsday.... Dee. in Saturday i>ej 6 Wednesday ....ttoc si Saturday Dec. it?> For freight or ravage apply to ED WARD tC. COLLINS ft CO., W W'all street. Ne>w \ crk. BWWN. SHIPLEY ft CO.. Liverpool STEPHEN KENNARD ft CO., *7 Austin r rlars, London B G WAINWRIGHT ft CO., Parla. TLe owners of tboe ship* will not be- accernt aMe for gold, silver, bullion, specie. Jewelry. rr? clous stones, or metals, unless bills of ladlrg cro signed therefor, and the vahre thereof expressed therein. mU tr EY RAILROAD DIRECT TO THE WEST. ?? .J Time between \UQin|ten aul Wbeeltve i u l 17^ hisri! Funning Tim* between Washington and Cincinnati 27 hours!! TKlOt'SN T If K FT* A N T> RtGRAGI CHICKS TO F | h*b iy waseiuvtoh. r|MlE BALTIMORE AND OH|t? RAIL J ROAD I aving greatly tin, roved lu Weetetir ?onne. tinns. now oflWs 11??- f?i i est indu emeM* t?, rrave ers WASHINGTON, HAITI. MORE, and n i jortions of th* W EST. NORTH W EST, and the SOl'TH W EST Ti c onne tion between t;:e Trains from W ash. ington ar d the rra.rrs bound West frrin Ba t; niure is a'ways > rom. t y made at ti?e Was iii^*?>r( ?Inn tlon rtate y <a'ed Umf Relay House) 9 tides from i.a'ttrnore This is the on y ?I ange of . ars r q?:lred ?*twen Waslilrgton andti e io river Burgage is t l e- Ved t! rough to Wlee^lr.g at tt ?> Washington Stall? ar.d re. l.cVed arft tran? f"?rrfd tiit re, (with t. e i as?erccTs) without < I ar ?#? Tor tho?e iio ding Ti.rough Ti kets for relets t?> youd Ti e > outre ting trains leave Washington daiy atCa.m and 4Jf p. ta. On Sundays at tt ?? later hour on y. At BEN \\ tlt>l>, 1 mi let- from Wire* Inc. <fre t ^"ne<f'-?t is made wit*r t e trains of CF NTRAL OHIO RAILROAD, running from Bo lair, on t >e Ohio, ttiroirgti Caml>iidc. Z ia?svi:!e, ard Newark. tr? COLLMBU'?. Tlies" trains rornt-< t at Newark with the < ars of t!ie Newark, Ma^fl-* d ;ind ."a'tdusky Kai ro?d for eandwsky, Toledo, Dttrort. CI I ago. 11 Louie, etc. At COLL'MBU* tt.e C O Kailro d train* <on rre t with the fast trains of the I.xHU Mi.wr li ft -^eriia. Cln^ inratl. Lou is vile. et>* At X EN IA on I.ltt e Miaml Rai roml \ < onne tion is forui?d wiUr the trains tl rougli Davton.to Indian, a o is, Terre Haute. Lafa>ettc. C. 1 ago, Re< k Is and, -t Louis, Carlo.et. ID" Passengers ho din- Through Tickets for r,ck r.?tr- SntrWz. AeOrleorc, et. wlil. lt are also ro d at Washington?are trans ferred at Cin inr.atl, to the Mai Steamers on the Omo. Tlruets for Evanavi le, Cano, and tt. Louts are so d by ti.e river route. ID* Fcr CLEVi LAND, ard via C eve and '? To e'o. Detroit, CI.1 ago. etc , tlcl-ets are sod, W j *1*- e 's navigab e between Whte ir.g and \\ eilsvl > if<>rty mi e*>) where a < onne. ti?>:i with the C eve and and Pittsburg Rai'rvad is ntiiide. TraveJ rs are r q rested to rotb e that wl 1 e ti ls Is the on y route affording Tt.rough Tl lets and Ci e ks in Washington, it is a so the aliorte*^ most K'eedv. and d;r?* t to near y a ! t!.e teudint; points in tiie great West Tt e distance front ? as'iington !o Cincinnati is bet 653 mi es. lieing about luo nri es shorter than by any other route ! FARK, MY TlfROK.H 'Til RET, H!? M W *ShI\OT<?v :?To Whee lnK. 50; Co n.n but t!3 65; Da\ton. fl5 50; Cin innati, 516 tw ; Loui*\i; e, by mi road, SI? 66. bv t'Miiitfr from C;n innati, 00; Indiana ols,'^17 5tt; Cleve and. S12 5o, To edo. *15 Ml; Detroit. fl3 ?.; (. 'I'-agO, ??i 65and f 19 50; St Ix>r is. 50 and <25; Memi'ltis. SV6; New Oreano, %S1. et. ID" FOR FRkDRRIlK AND HARPER'S L.Ko^.Y' M A R Tl N S BI' R G CUMBERLAND. BKRKI.E\ SPRINGS. BEDFOH DSI'R INGS, PIEDMONT, OAKLAND, ai d FAIR VIONT, pa**ergers may !eave Washlngtoa at 6 a. m or |j P ni For the minor way stations between Baltimore and Wise .ing. take 6 a. m. train from W ast ington ID" I' ?r trains to and from Ba'timore. Aaoap 0 |x, et'-., see s e ia advertisements ID" For furt' er information. Tl reugh Tl teets, et-.. apply to THOMAS H PARSONS, A^nt, at Was Injfton Station. WM S WOODS IDF. Master of Trar.s orta*4on, mart It 1?tf B ft O Railroad, Ba tknore. FOR llARfEK'S t I K K Y, '^rrZr77H r*? Ckttapialct f iP.lLa Okie Canal. THROUGH 1 THROUGH IN TWELVE HOURS' [THE NEW AND SPLENDID PACKET ? BOAT ARGO. Capt. Chas. H Mtntn , will cemmence making R'gular Trtp$ betwe?n GEORGE'I OWN ar.d the above Point, on Men dav, March 27tb, 1956 The Boat wni leave the wh?rf of W H AH 6 Kittee. George;own, D. C . e-ery Mondev, W ed nesday, and Fridfy trornlng, at 6 o'clock Returning, she will leave Harper's Ferry ev?*y Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, at Threngh Tickets, ilj. To Lteshu tg . tn-lwit ng tkf Staff ftom Edwards1 Ftrrf Families Intending to visit the V lrgirrla Sprlrps the coming season will bnd this by far thennst safe, pleasant, and cheapest route to Berkeley Capon, Shanondaie, White Sulphur and W arren. Meals served on board at moderate rate*. A coach will always be in readiness in George town to convey passengers to and from ths Boat Fer further particulars inquire at the store cf W. H ft H. G RITTER, Georgetown, and G W . CUTSHANV, Harper's Ferry, Va. inarlS?If " 9RAN0E & ALEXANDRIA RAILBOAD Great Southern Mail Lino! ^ tf T W ICR D A I L \ f? (SUNVAY NWHTS EXCEPTED) * BelwefD V* cshineten liljr an;l lite Swfh! VIA: ALEXANDRIA, GORDONSVILLE, AND RICHMOND Leave Wnshlaftea at 6 ? m ann 7 f tr Fare from Washington to Richmond f 5 * OMNIBUSES and EAG6AGE WAGON* 4 will be at the Washington Rallrocd Dppot to cr ? *?y PASSENGKRS and BAOGAGE, tf Ctargt, to STEAMER GEORGE PAGE.for ALEXANDRIA.a dig-, lance of six mhes, allowing ample time for ,\7T ? Tickets proenred on the Bort. Expedition and Comfort are secured by tkls Route,as It lsacownifroirs Lit?*o? fikstcias* aaiLKOAD raov ALEXANDRIA TO RICH MOND THROUGH PASSENGERS and BAGGAUb carried without cost to the Depot of the Peter.'krrn Railroad. Informntlon of Rocte and Lost Daggare ob JAMES A EVANS. Agent, Aleiandrlr, Vs. WASHINGTON UftAKII RAILHUAR* enapeepe f^A1(i? OF IIOCRS On ar.d afte? KM day, the JCd Instant, the Traces vrili Let?e Washington at f acd ^ a. a., a?^ ?' ftA ? P m. Oa Sunday at 4^ p m Leave Baltimore at 4R aad ?* a ?? P ?? Oa Saaday at 4j< a. p. *TM. PAJLSONS, A feat