Newspaper of Evening Star, June 3, 1856, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated June 3, 1856 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. GRAMMAR IN RHTME. Every little grammarian just entering on Murray, Brown, or any of the thousand gram mars in use. should commit to memory the following easy lines, and then they never need to mistake a part of speech : 1 Three little words you often ree Are artl ;lea?a, an and tk>. 2 A Nova's the name of any thin?, _ As school, 01 garden, hoop or swing. 3 Adjectives tell the kind of Noun, As great, small, pretty, whit* or brown. 4 Instead of nouns the Pronouns stand? Her head. *?s fare, your arm, my haad. ft Verba tell something being done? To read, count, sing, j iimp or run. 0 How things *re done the Adverbs tell? A# slowly, quickly, il or veil. 7 Coajunctlons Join the wr>rds together? As men ami women, wind or weather. ft The preposition stand* before A N oun, as in or through a door. ft The interjection shows surprise, As *A: how pretty, ah ' how v wise. The whole are called Nine Parts of Speech, Which Reading, Writing, Speaking teach ARRIVALS PRINCIPAL HOTELS W< Hards' UiUUi,?. 11. A. Wllliftl. J Hough, Jr. Mass J J Blackstone, Va W J Ruts, NY R ? Alaxander, Md E L Corey, do H Lurding, child A svt, J M Van tries, 51d ?c DKAcheson, Vt L Birdfand A lv, Va G J Tyrrel A ly, Ind J b Eads, Mo Miss M J Tyriel, do Mrs F C Miller, Md Mast J Tyrrel, do ? F Fuller, Ky W B Chester. NY B Hammell A ly, Mass A H aide man, Tex J Wilcox, NY C J lMeDell. NY F C Cox, SC W Harman, Pa F Oox. do A 6 Grubb, do C T Conner, NC H Blood, Te.n WO Lea, Mi T W Beazel, Man Mrs J M H aide man, Pa J Beaiel. do M N Falls, Md H A McLeese Pa Col E Shrine, do W D Junkln, Va W H Cronlse, Cal J P Morrow, do 8 Bucher A ly. Pa A 6nest A ly, NY CCSpohn,NY J W Cochran, do G R Wesco, do L Bell,Va I Hansen, Mass J W Luzerne G Gallison, NO W Grail/, La W D Wayne, Va T A l>tan A ly, Va C M Colliar, do C 6 Roberts, Md J Brlggs W B Percival, NY Gen Sanford, NY J E Engel, do AM Eastman, do P H Stabler, Md J Hayden, do A M Dashiel. N J J C Sldball, USA H Raglaad, Pa SNott,l>C J M Plimpton, do National Hetel?wiuum ?wy . A R Stake Md B Lankford, Md W E Alcock, N V ? J B Chaplain, do 8 Allen, Pa J Addison, Va GMcFadden.do G Van Valkenburgh, TJ Jones, NY NY Mrs Row*, Va H Myer, do Mrs Warring, do W J Maxwell, SO Miss Rowe, do J R Blake, lr, do W B Matthews, Md J A Ucwerton, Ky L Loane, Va T Amiss, Miss S M Magraw, Md J W Cock ran NY J Wrason. do A M Eastman, do F Smith, Vt J L O'Neal. Pa T Devecman. Md J Forney, do O Ciapp. Mass 1) F Kobinson.ly, J A Araey, T B Stump, Md T O Cremer, Md M N Fails. Md W Peters do W L Lee, ly, Del G Hickman, do W A LanviLle, Md Dr J R Nelson, do T Roberts, NY J B Nelson, do P Bowers, Va Col Todd, do T Klmmel, Pa J H SceU, Md A M Seltzer, dr, do T J Chambers, fam, TexC A Seltzer, son, do J N Van Lew, (am, Va W B Curry, do Brawms' BiUUt. t Mm. iiswr L Blndifer, Md D Fairbanks A fam, Mi W Frlck, sr, do Miss L Jay, do N B Llttlg, do Miss S M Fairbanks, do 8 J Rogers. Va J J Joaes, Pa A M Young, do W S Hodges, do G W 8 Cummlngs, 111 A B Harding, La 11 Baldwin, NY Miss Frick, do J M W Davidson, Fia Miss Mitchell, do D A Caldwell, NC Miss Linthicum, do Miss S 8 Caldwell, do Miss Jay. do G W Tail A ly, O A R Banks A ly, Ark N Baker, do C R Van Emman, N Y F Grayson, Va J D Peck A ly, Fa C R Fie ds. do M M Biown A ly, do Mrs Fields, do M James, Ark G F Canlleld A ly W R James, do L Osborn, Md fcirfcwaad Heasa?j. * a. a. miwiii W Maddox. Md A L Blocker, NY H Perkins, Pa J W Finks, Va GR West, DC J J Ricketts W H John.tton, Pa M J Hubbard, Ind X% Peter, Md J M Ferguson, NY MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. y rom tbi ?nitbs sravas. ,Va?m. Leaues For Dam. Fulton ? Ncw \ ork.... IIavreMay 31 Barcelone.....New York...Havre June 3 Canada Boston Liverpool....June 4 Baltic New York...Liverpool...June 7 Africa New York...Liverp< ol... June 11 Wa?hington ...New York...Bremen June 14 rioa iviopi Washington..Bremen New York...May 21 Niagara Livtrpool Boston May 24 Prince Albert.Glasgow ....New York...May 26 Ericsson Liverpool New York...May 36 Arabia Liverpool New York...May31 Arago Havre New York June 4 The California steamers leave New York on the 5*h and Jflith of each month k JLST RECEIVED. inn d?ZEN SCOTCH ALE low do BROWN STOUT 100 dozen Old Jamaica RUM 50 do St Croix do 50 do Pale Sherry W INE SO do Madelxa do 75 do flue Claret do Old Hennessv BRANDY' HOLLAND GIN lftt,(M0HA VAN A 8EGARS, ofall brands, whole sole and retail, at JONAS P. LEVY'S W ir.e, Liquor, Segar and Grocery Store, m *P-tf No. 4/4 Pennsylvania avenue. frw-R.*AI'E?A BUGGY AND HARNESS, X Sac.d.a and Bridle, all but little used. Tbev e*a beseeoat ARNY ASH INN'S Bottling De pot, 5. Preen street, Georgetown. m li-tt JONAS P. LEVY, _____ ana ??ai.aa in WIN2S, LIQUORS, ClOARS, AND FINI GROCERIES, Ho. 471 Pa. a*., two doors below U. 8. Hotel. Wasbinston Citt. D. C. N H?Country Merchants are requested to give me a call before purchasing elsewbdra. ?c i- hf t'PKtTAtLtS AND KYE-ULASIES ? . f.lv * assortment of very ?upe StMl riiIri*Dd?in,f SP^tacies,Shell, Steal, aad Gold Eye-Glasw, Ac We invite particular attention to our assortment oftha above, with real pebble ?yes, by fkr ?he owt artiele for deflsetlve vision ever discovered M. W. GALT A BRO., Jewellers. m 30 Penn avente, bet tnhand lack stroHs. rpME ITEA-nm UEURGK PAGE 1ft A now runalntr regularly between _ w aahis^ton and Alexandria at " A". foliowlay hours: o'el^k* Aie""drU 4*' 10' and 0 ' OMtLEMEJIft Fl'R.HlSillNQ GOODS F4ifiTawVuX^A1*U M M KR V STOCK aad as mi ,n eTery department, character!^ ^ ^ s'ock. as 1 am de*V or to puucttMi custointrs ao 10 \nitu ^,,r?l*hing 8t*>re ?pw N0W4JPeanaveew, near street. NEW PLOl K STORK ~ Xtnth Strut, between Pa. av,nue and D it The best family and all otmkh l<rad?-s cheap for cash. Also RYE FLOUK .CORN MEAL, OATS t^ORN, Ac , in quantities to suit purchasers. ' Call and examine. m t7~lm SAM'L B. PAUL. MR. W. HLNHY PALMER'S * ^ PIANO FORTE CLA83E8, , *?*? Dollars Per Quarttr. Y-K?KHK H,L1}LS'S Musk Depot, Prassyivaaia >T?se rmrM^tf T?WiA'PSt HENN, ltihMi i . ' '* ceata Jostpub i W-tf * KANCE TAYLOR. GRE1T BAAGAUIB IN fANl7?Rpir mery Toilet Goods, Ac., Ac . at ELL1 R> ?wween ftth aad 10th atrMta. ' ? J, ? SPRINU AND SUMMER CLOTHING. WALL A STEPHENS, ?* PA. AVENUE, between ?th ami 10th streets, next to Iron Hall, would announce to meml>ers of Congress and citizens generally that they are now prepared with a stock of Spring and Summer Clothing and Gentlemen'* Furnishing (ioods, superior to that ofany previous season Unusual care has been given to the selection of the goods as well as the style of the garments, while the prices are as low as the Northern marke's Their stock of Youths' and Boys' Clothing be ing very large and complete they are prepared to offer inducements to purchasers in styles quali ties and prices net to be met with In th'.s city. The Merchant Tailoring department (second floor) i> fully supplied with the most select styles of Cloths, <Jas?lmere?, Linen Drills, Veetlngs, Ac . which wil be made to order in the mo<t taste ful and desirable manner, at much lower ratea than the usual city prices. WALL A STEPHENS, to 20-tf 322 Pa. avenue. TYLER'S COMPOUND SYRUP OW OCM ARABIC AS A REMEDY FOR COV9HS. COLDS, HOARSENESS, ASTHMA, WHOOPIN* COUQH, CROUP. Ac., possesses the greatest ad vantages, with the least objections of any other in use, having been extensively used the last twenty I'ears with unparalleled success, not trumpeted to he world as a npecilc or cure all, but recom mended as a valuable and sclentllc auxiliary in pvlkorakt casbs, ready at hand, and one that has been generally found to afford relief where most others have been tried without material ben eft. As such It is recognized by numbers of oui leading physicians, who know Its composition, and have been eye witnesses of Its superior ell cacy, as well as by thousands of our most respec ?tabiecitlxens, who all endorse Its claim to being saffe, palatable, economical and efflcacloua. Price 25 cents, or three bottles in one 50 cents Wholesale Agents, PATTERSON A NAIRN, and STOTT A CO., Penna. avenue; PEEL A STEVENS, Alexandria; CISSEL, Georgetown Retailed by Druggists generally. Also, TYLER'S GUM ARABIC COUGH CANDY DROPS, the same composition la lozenge form, 12# cents a box. jy 8?ly GREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF BOOTS AND GAITERS f HAVE ON COMMISSION, FOR A PlllL adelphla manu facturer, a il st rate Sewed or Pegged Calf-Skin BOOT at $3 62. full as good as those usually sold at $5 or 96; a d a French Calf Patent I .eathe: U AITE R at *3 5<t, as gocd as any at-S5; aflr>trateCalf <j alter at SJ.50,the-e are the best goods that is (or ever were) sold In the District for the price; for the proof, come and see for yourself. Terirs positive y cash. No extra p oflt charged to offset bid debts. Call at the NEW YORK HAT STOKE, Seventh street, near Hennsy.v&nia. aveuua. m24-tf ANTHONY, Agent. STATIONERY. Navy Department, May 26, 1856. {SEPARATE SEALED PROPOSALS WILL ^ be received at the office of the Secretnry of tbe \'avy until three o'clock, p m , of Monday, the 3<>th of J une next, lor furnishing all the stationery that maybe required by the Navy Department and Its several bureaus for the year commencing the 1st of July, 1856, and ending on the 30th of June, 1?57. All the articles furnished must be of the best quality, delivered without delay when ordered, a id to the catl-factlon of the head of the office far wh eh they are requited If It be required, each bidder for stationery must furnish with his proposal a sample of each article bid for To Insnre uniformity in the proposals, blank forms wil. be furnished to those d aposed to bid ; and no bid will be considered which does not f uly conform to the advertisement, and in which ?*ach and every article Is not bid for, and in which more than one prire is named for any one art'cle. Bonds in sufficient amount, with two or more approved sureties, for the faithful execution of the contract, will be required of tbe person or persons contracting The authorized names of the sureties that will be given, i.s also satisfactory testimonials to fulfil the contract, must accompany the bid ; otherwise It w.ll not be considered The department reserves to itself the right of ordering a greater or less quantity of each and every article contracted for, as the public service may require. Snould any article l>e required not enumerated II the contract, it Is to be furnUhei at the lowest market price, according to its quality. STATIONERY. Writing paper, of linen stock. 3 reams folio-post, blue or white, satin tinUh, faint-lined and trimmed, welgning 17 pounds per ream, per ream 5 do heavy blue laid, desp itch cap, hand made, stop ruled, weighing 16 pounds per ream, per ream 15 do laid hand made foolscap, ruled, blue or white, welching 13 pounds pe re >m, per ream 10 do Owen A llurlburt's wove foolscap blue rr white, ruled, weighing 12 pounds per ream, or of any other manufacture cf equal quality, per reara 10 do first class hand made quarto post, w ,ve or laid, blue or white, welgning pounds per ream, per ream 40 do extra-superllne, blue or white, laid or wove, 4to p..st, ruled, weighing 8 \L pounds per reamr per ream 20 do bsst yellow or bud envelope pap?r royal, flat, weighing 21 pounds per ream, per ream 4 do best super royal writing paper, per ream 5 do best French 4to post-ruled, per ream S do note-paper, gilt edited, per ream 20 do copying or tissue iaper, 4to post?i>er ream 10 do copying or tisaue paper, foolscap, per 150 sheet/beat tracing paper, 40 by 27 inches, per sheet 10? yards tracing cloth, per square yard 100 sheets b< st p epared paichment, 14 by 18 inches, per shett 3 reams blotting paper, royal, per ream 60 quires patent bio.ting paper, medium, per quire 150 sheets drawing paper, "Whatman's Turkey rah" fr0m m#dlum to antiquarian, cr?im iald envelopes. letter size, per 1,000 'tHH *}? note site, per 1,000 do do card size, per 5*?o 1,000 patent cloth-lined envelopes, bv 4 Inches, per 1.000 7 250 patent cloth-lined envelopes, ?u bv 3 k inches. p?r250 5150 patent cloth-lined envelopes, 5^ by 3w Inches, ptr 250 10,000 best buff envelopes, government pattern, olSclal size per 1,000 9,dt0 best buff eave.opes, gevernment pattern, le;ters!xe, per 1,000 ' 6 OCO test heavy white envelopes, hand made, official size, per 1,(00 2? gross *teel pens, on cards or In boxes, (the department to have the liberty of se lecting from all the different kinds manufactured,) perizross 100 cards Perry's pens, asiorted, per card * 5? m!Ix neer'g Pe??, per card 5 do lithographic per.*, per card 24 gold Den , large Mz-, with silver holders, manufacture, per pen 40 quarts Maynard A Noyes's black Ink, In bottles ' 3* do best London copying ink, Arnold's or Terry's ~ d?zen ounce-bottles Perrlne, Guyot A Co's ''Kill,'mw nr'h" 1'; ?r'.*V?P? 1IKJ 100 crow or brandt quills, per UK) .5 dozen red t.pe, No. 15 to 25, per dozen ? do silk taste, per dozen 1 dwnkiniYe*\RodR"'* **st> Pe*'1 *an 1 do era* r e' 1 b'adej> per dozen 2 do pairs of shears and scissors ner rinT?n i ?o ?J"fh W folders> p*r *?? I in " rn^". per dozen - do sand loxes, cncoa-wcod, per dozen i do wafer-stands, do per dozen 1 2o *ounc?,,0"?> per dozen i ^ , ?? lvoT? per dozen 10 Per<l?2 P"cl1". Faber'a best, as ?"?sorted, per dozen ^?r!J^rlC,an drawI?g pencils, as ? . sorted. per dozen ' 1 do Cohen a read lead pecclls ^ dozen a ^ i bru*bes, assorted, per dozen dozen * brustea, aiaorted, per " "" TSF^r7c?rmP l"S< %t, India ink, per stick ? do p" I*""* 10 do beet whitl.wafer"- Per pound 3 do >>??t pcunrj? J?2? tfablc' P*1 Pound 10 do w C nc*?P*rPound 10 do best Unen ' *** P?nnd 10W large offic, w^flSfo; P?'da(1 l,roo WdT*rm^' department seal, per 81 1""-i? W quarts best blkck sand. perquwt 4 P"P*,M '?b?, p? m?^SSSir1U,,,re,,M- p.un4 l haS: hats: TUST RECEIVED A FULL SUPPLY OF line drab Beaver ventila ted HATS, which I offer at *3 50; they are the best Hats fcr the price In the United States. The best bi?cV dreM Hats got up in the latest style for S3 50 as good as those usually sold at 85; and a good fashion able Hat at Si, worth SI; ?nd a first-rate Bat, 82 50. The be?t materials and the best workmanship Is employed to produce a 85 Hat, which Is told for S3 50 VVc do a c *sh business, me?t with no los ses, but gi*e each customer full value for his inonev Felt and Straw Hats unusually low ANTHONY, 7th street, near Pa avenue, Agent for a New \ ork Hat Company. m 91-tf BUY AND SELL TORSION AND DOMESTIC EXCHANGE; FURNISH DRAFTS On all Parts of United States and Europe; COLLECT DRAFTS On all parts of United States and Europe; DRAW BILLS ON IRELAND FOR ?1 OR UPWARDS; BUY AND SELL BONDS, STOCKS, A OTHER SECURITIES; NEGOTIATE TIME PAPER. Investment paying 10 V and ever, fer sale* LAND WARRANTS. We are at all times Purchasing, and have for Sale, LAND WARRANTS of all denominations Land Warrants located in Iowa, Wisconsin, or Minnesota. CHUBB BROTHERS, Jan 23-tf Bankers, opposite the Treasury. ANTHONY BLCHLY, UN DE RTAKER, Shop and Residence Ne. 303 Penn. avenue, Month side, between 9th nnd 10th sts., Having provided himself with an ELEGANT HEARSE, and all necessary conveniences fort properly conducting hlr business, would respectfully Inform the public that he Is fully prepared to till all orders entrusted to him, at the shortes- notice, and in the best manner. A large supply of READY-MADE COFFINS of all sixes, always on hand, which will be fur nished on the most reasonable terms. As heretofore, no pains wUl be spared to give entire satisfaction on all occasions. N. B.?Resid ng on the premises, orders will be rsomptly attended to at all hours feb 7-ly J. CONNELLY, Undertaker. No. 423 Seventh street, vest tide, bet. G and H, WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM the citizens of Washington and. jj the adjoining counties that he Isr prepared to attend to all orders at the shortest notice ar.d on the most liberal terms, He will spare no pains to give entire satisfaction on al 1 occasions. He guarantees to preserve the dead in the warmest weather for any length of time. A large supply of ready made COFFINS of all sizes and qualities, always on hand. Shrouds. Carriages, Hearses, and every other article furnished or the best quality. A share of the public patronage Is respectfully solicited. mar*1-tf SINGER'S Improved Sewing Machines. To which was wanted the highest Award ef the Paris Exhibition, thereby receiving the World's Verdict of Superiority. THE IMPROVEMENTS IN THIS MA chlne has simplified them In many respects, and they are capable of executing twice the amount of work they did formerly in any given time. They are without question the only Machines ca pable of sewing every variety of goods perfect; a shirt bosom or heavy trace for harness can be sewn by any of these machines by a simple change of needle and thread In such a manner that the closest scrutiny cannot detect a fault. Manufacturers, planters and families will find them the only safe Machines to purchase, as they are built strong and durable, and not likely to get out of order. We have machines with guages attached, for binding hats, cap-fronts, gaiters, Ac. Silk, Thread, Cotton, Needles, Ac., constantly on hand, at the lowest rates. Persons desirous of Information regarding Sew ing Machines will please address r. M. SINGER A CO , 105 Raltlmore street, Baltimore. N. B.?We are prepared to exchange these ma chines for old machines of any kind Terms lib eral Persons who have l?een Induced to purchase Inferior machine* under the pretext of being cheap, will find this a benefit indeed. mar 10?tf WR WILLIAM PALMER, Professor of Sinking and the Fluts, Begs to inform the inhabitants of Washington that he proposes establishing SINGING CLASSES for two, three or four pu pils, whereby each voice will l>e properly ex amined, and separately cultivated, according to Its quality, which could not be done, consistent ly, with simultaneous teaching?as Sopranos, Mezzo Sopranos, and Contralto voices require a widely different training. The same care is ne cessary with male voices, viz: Tenor, Baritone, aud Mass. When the pupils are sufficiently ad vanced to sing by themselves they will then be taught to take their respective parts In Duets, Trios, or Quartetts. Terms per Quarter: S10 for each pupil, If only two pupils one hour will be devoted, and an extra half hour for every additional pupil; 820 per quarter f.>r separate pupils. ap 5-tf .?>7 Pennsylvania avenue Hours of sorrow.?hours of Sorrow Cheered aad Comforted, bv Char lotte Elliott. The Art of Perfumery, and method of obtain ing the odors of plants, making perfumed soaps, cosmetlques, scented powders 4c : bv G. ?V. Plesse. For sale at * TAYLOR A MAURY'S Bookstore, m 1? near 9th street. H ARPfR'S MAGAZINE for June, 25c Forget .Me Nots from Dewdrop Dale, by Ruth Rustic, price only 50c New York Ledger for May 2ith, and all the back numbers containing the Gunmaker of Mos cow Harper's Storv Dook No. 19, The Engineer, 25c Plu-Rl-Bus-Tah, by J. K. Philander Doestlcks, SI. For sale by E K LUNDY, m 17-tr 128 Bridge st., Georgetown. "THE MARRIAGE GUIDE." Marriage guide, or n'aturalhis tory of Generation, for the use of married persons and those about to marry, of both sexes; price. SI. "THE MALE GENERATIVE ORGANS," in health and disease, from Infancy to old age, with the treatment of all their derangements; for every man's own private use; with colored platee; price, SI. A POPULAR TREATISE ON VENEREAL Diseases; ihcircure and prevention; for private use; with colored plates; p. Ice, 81. THE MATRON'S MANUAL OF MID wlfery and the Diseases of Pregnancy and Child birth, for every female's own private use; price SI THE DISEASES OF WOMEN?THEIR Causes and Treatment Any of the Books can be had of the agent, ALEX. ADAMSON, mar 22-3m 7th street, opposite Post Olfice. PIANOS rOR REST, by month, quarter and yesr Old Pianos taken in part payment for new Pianos sold on monthly payments, at the Piano and Music Store of JOHN F ELLIS, m 14-tr 306, between 9th and 10th streets. PROPOSALS FOR FUEL. Quartkrmaster's Office Marine Corp*, > Washington, May 12 18?6 S SEPARATE SEALED PROPOSALS WILL be received at this office until Thursday, the 12th June, 1850, at 10 o'clock a m , for supplying sii"h quantities of Wood and Coal as inayce re quired from 1st July, 18i6, to the 30th June, 1857, for the Marines stationed at Washlngten city, D. C. The Wood to be the best oak safiling, and the Coal best anthracite and bituminous, atiheopiion of the commanding officer, and to be supplied in such quantities as may be required by him; to be delivered, piled and measured at tuch points as may be directed by said commanding officer, free of expense to the United States G F LINDSAY,* m 13-lawtJelS Major and Quartermaster [No. 61$ 1 Notice of the discontinuance of THE LAND OFFICE AT DANVILLE, IN THE STATE OF ILLINOIS. Notice Is hereby given that In pursuance of law, and in view of the fact that the unsold land In the Danville district Is reduced below one hundred thousand acres, the Secretary of the Inte rior has directed the discontinuance of said d s trlct, and that the unsold lands therein be made subject to sale and entry at Springfield, in said State. Lands remaining unso'.d and unappropriated by law, and subject toentry atthlsoffioe, nowdis continued, will cease to be subject to entry as here tofore from the date of the receipt of notice to that effect by the proper officers thereat: and the land officers at Springfield will give public notice of the day on which they will be prepared to re ceive applications for entries of any such lands at their office. Given under my hand st the city of Washing' ton tfel* 5th day of May, A. D- 1855. THOb A. HENDRICKS, Commissioner of the General Land Offioe. I mO-lawew ! Carter's Spanish Mixtnra THE GM.fi AT PURIFIER OFTHE BLOOD Beit Alterative Kuwait HOT 4 PARTtCLl ot KBBCVBY IN IT!!! An infallible remedy for Scrofula, Ring's Rheumatism, Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions, Pimpled or Postales on tbe Face, Blotches,

Bolls, Ague and Fever, Chronic Bore Byes, Ringworm or Tetter, Scald Heald, Enlarge ment and pain of the Bonn and Joints. Salt Rheum. Stubborn Ulcer*. Syphilitic Disorders, and all diseases arising from an Injudicious use of Mercury, Imprudence In Life, or Impurity of the Blood. fflHIS great remedy, which has become so rap J. ldlv and so Justly celebrated for Its cxtraordi 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 tmbllc, with the confident assurancethat no Mis cat. ducotiit ever made has been so eminently auocessful lncuring Scrofula, and all disbasbs or thb Blood,aa CARTER'S SPANISH MIX. TURK. The proprietors are receiving by every mall most flattering and astonishing details of cure* made in all parts of the country, and in most casea where the skill of the best Physicians had beea rled In vain. Its power over the Blood la truly remarkable and all diseases arising from Impurity of the great Sbat of Litb have been relieved and cured with out a single failure, outof the thousands who have used It. Carter's Spanish Mixture contains no Mercury, Opium, Arsenic, or any dangerous drugs, nut la composed of Roots and Herbs, com fclned with other ingredlentsof 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 gentleman of the highest respectability, well known in their various locailtl^a. Please read to yoursclvea. We take great pleasure In calling the attention of our readers to the merits of Carter's Spanish Mixture as a remedy for diseases of the blood. It enjoys a reputation in this city unequalled by anv other preparation ?Dmilp Dispatch, Richmond VM. The Hon John M. Bolts,of Va.,saysheoonsld ers it a matte/ of duty to add his testimony to th? virtue" of Carter's Spanish Mixture, fbom actbal personal obsbbvation of Its remarkable enra tlve powers for the diseases In which It Is used. We have been cured of a violent and protracts Liver disease by Carter's Spanish Mixture. We know It to be all It professes.?Editor Soutkttdi Dimotrnt, PttiTSburz, Y*. We have found from personal trial, that Car ter's Spahlsb Mixture Is a truly valuable medl* cine ? Ed. Vtrgcnnu Indtjund*^ Vt. ORE AT CURE OF SCROFULA ?A ore. man in our employ was cured of Scrofula of a vir ulent character bv a few bottles of Carter's Span ish Mixture, after everythlng-else had failed. Oth er cures which hawe come under our own observe tlod, proTes to us conclusively, that is really a val uable med'clnal agent. We take great pleasure in calling the attention of the afflicted to its mer its ?Richmond Rtmnblican. SYPHILIS.?\ have seen a number of cures oi Syphilis performed bv Carter's Spanish Mixture. I Delieve It to be a perfect antidote for that horri ble disease. K. BURTON, Com. of Revenue for eitv of Richmond. LITER DISEASE ?Samuel M. Drinker, el the firm of Drinker * Morris, Booksellers, Rich mond, Va., was cured of Liver disease of several ye.us dtanding by only three bottles of Carter'! Spanish Mixture. OLD SO RES, 9LCEES AND OBSTINATE ERUPTIONS ON THE SKIN ?Set the cure oMVlr. Harwood, and others, detailed In our Al manac The number of sucn cases cured by Car ter's Spanish Mixture, precludes the possibility of inserting them In an advertisement. EFFECTS OF MERCURY.?See the enra ol Mr. Elmore. He was eaten up with Mercury and could obtain no relief, until he toofc six bottles ol Carter's Spanish Mixture, which perfectly restored rim to health and vigor. NEVliALOlA ? Mr. F. Boydcn, formerly f the Astor Mouse, N. Y.,but more recently propri etor of the Exchange Hotel, Richmond, was cured cf Neuralgia by Carter's Snanlsh Mixture. Since that time, ne says he has s'een it cure more than a hundred cases of the disease In which it Is used. He never fells to recommend it to the afflicted. RHEUMATISM?Mr. John F. Harrison, Druggist, cf Martinsburg, Va., writes of the sin gular cure of a vie lent case of Rheumatism. Tbe patient could not walk. A few bottlea entirely cured him. SCROFULA ? Mr. Harrison also writes of a gre?.t cure of Scrofula, In the person of a yonrg lady, (of three years standing.) which all the dor tors cculd act reich. Six bottles made a cure oi her. SYPHILIS?Dt. K.T. Hendle, of Washing ton. DC, who cured an obstinate case of Syphl 11a by Carter's Spanish Mixture, says "It acts spe cially on the Blood, Liver and Skin and la prompt and efficient in its resulte." Dr. John Minge, formerly of the City Hotel, Richmond, now of Alabama, says he nas seen Carter's Spanish Mixture administered in a num ber of cas^s with astonishingly good effect. He recommends It as "the most efficient alterative l? *se." SALT RHEUM AND SCROFULA? Mr Jos. Robinsc:i,of Wooster, Ohio, was cured ol Scrofula ar.d Salt Rhev.m of three years standing bv only three bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture WM. S. BEERS 4 CO., Proprietors, No. 304 Broadway, New York. (IT Price *1 per botUc, or six bottles for 95 For sale by \)H AS. STOTT, Washington, D. C., and Druggist* generally oct 1?It THE GREATEST MEDICAL DISCOVERY OF TUB AGE. Dr. KENNEDY, of Rexl'Btjr, Has discovered In one of our common r astt&b wbbds a remedy that cures EfERY KIND OF HUMOR; tiok tub wobst scrofula down to a com mon PIMPLB. He has tried it in over eleven hundred cases, and never failed except In two cases, (both thunder humor ) He has now in his possession over two hundred certificates of it* vir tue. all wkhln twenty miles of Boston. Two bottles are warranted to cure a nursing aote mouth. One to three bottlea will curs the worst kind of plmnles on the fecc. Two to three bottlea will clear the system of bllea. Two bottles are warranted to aire the wora canker In the mouth and stomach. Three to five bottles are warranted ta eve the worst ease of Erysipelas. One to two bottles are warranted le care all humor In tbe eves. Two bottles are warranted to eure ranniag < f the ears and blotches among the hair. Four to six bottles are warranted to care corrupt Bad running ulcers One bottle will cure acaly eruption of the akin. Two to three bottles are warranted to eure tha worst case of ringworm. Two to three bottles are warranted to cure the moat desperate ease of rheumatism Three to four bottles are warranted to care the salt rheum. Five to eight bottlea will e*re the wortl oaaea ol MrcfulB. A benefit la alwaya experienced from the lrat br.tle, and a perfect cure la warranted when the above guanttty is taken. Reauer, I peddled over a thousand bottles 0: this In the vicinity of Boston. I know the etf?? of It In every case. So sure aa water will extln gulsh ire, so sure will this cure humor. I never sold a bottle of It but that sold another; after a trial It always speak* fcr itself. There are twe things about this herb that appears to me surpris ing; firat that It grows In our pastures, in some ?laces quite plentiful, and yet Its value nas nevei been knewn until I discovered It In 1B16?aecond, that It sheald cure all kinds of humor. . In order to give some idea of the stiftdea riss and great popularity of the discovery, I will state thatia April, 1653,1 paddled It, and sold about 6 bottlea per day?la April, IBM, I sold over 1,004 bottlea per day of It. Some of the wholesale Druggists who have been la business twenty and thirty years, aay that ao thing la the annals of patent medicines was ever like It. There la a universal pralae of It from all quartern. In my owa practice I alwaya kept It atrlctly fot humors?but since Its Introduction as a general family medicine, great and wonderful virtues have been found In it that I never suspected Several casea of epileptic fits?a disease which was always considered Incurable,have been cured a a few bottles. O, what a mercy If 11 will prove octual In all cases of that awful malady?there ar? but few who have seen more of it than 1 have I know of several cases of Dropsy, all of them aged people cured by It. For the various diseases of the Liver, Sick Headache, Dyspepsia. Asthma, Fever and Ague, Pain In the Side, Diseases of the Spine, and particularly In diseases of the Kid neys, 4c., the discovery has done more good than any medicine ever known. No change of diet ever necessary?eat the beat you can get and enough of it. Dirtcttom for Urn.?Adulta one table spoonful Err day?Children over ten years dessert spoon 1?Children from five to eight years, tea spoon ful. As no directions can be applicable to all con stltutlona, take aufilcient to operate on the bowels twice a day. DONALDKENNKDT, if*. 110 Wmrrtn ttrttt, Roxburf, Mil. Paica, On* Dollar. Wholesale Agents?New York City, C. V. CLICKNER, 81 Barclay street: C. H. RINO, IBS Broadway; A. B. SANDS. 100 Fultoa street. Philadelphia, T. W. DYOTT A SONS Baltimore, BROWN * BROTHER, CAN BY * HATCH Alexandria, PEEL k STEVENS. At Retail by all rea pec table Druggists In the ?alted States and British Provisoes, and also bv ?***- City. *M-ly TOTHAW * nORPLBT'l NSW AND CHEAP SADDLE, HARNESS AND TBUHE STORE. Seventh St , opposite Odd Fellow*' Hall. /SA MESSRS. TOPHAM, M^^late sf Philsdelph'a. and ?^NORKLKT of this city,. ? respeetfiilTy announce to their friend? and the public, that they have com menced the Saddling Business at the a&ve stand, they will makr and keep constantly on hand a large and superior assortment of?Mers', Ladles', and Boys' SADDLES. BRIDLES, MARTlNGALES.and WHIPS HARNESttoi every description, both for eltyard co intrv use. All kinds of TRUNKS, VALISES, and CAR PET BAGS Ladles'SATCHELS, TRAVEL ING BASKETS.apd FANCY WOliK BOXES. HORSE BLANKETS, COVERS, COLLARS, and HAMES. Horse.Sroke. and Dust BRUlUi. E?. CARDS, CURKY-C6MDS, SPONGES, 4*..Ac. All material nsed will be the best that can be obtained; and both of us having been practical workmen for several years, we feel confldent that oar work cannot be surpassed, either for style or durability. By unremitting efforts to give satis faction we hope to merit, aud respectfully solicit, a share .of public patronage. Pastfcular attention paid to covering frukt and repairing aU kinds of work. Saddlers tools constantly on hand. is* 7?tf AYERS PILLS Anew and singularly success ful remedy for the cure of all bilious dls eases?Costiveness, Indigestion, Jaundice, Drep sy, Rheumatism, Fevers, Gout, Nervousness, Humours, Irritability, Intiammatlons, Headache, Pains, in the Breast, Side, Back, and Limits, Female Complaints, Ac., Ac. Indeed,very few are the diseases which a purgative medicine Is not more or less required, and much sickness and si; tiering might be prevented if a harm lew but effectual Cathartic were more freely used No person can feel well whilea costive habit of body prevails; besides It soon generates serious and often f*tal diseases, which might have been avoided by the timely and judicoas use of a good purgative. This is alike true of Colds, Feverish ^nri|>t"ms, and Bilious derangements. They all tend to become or produce the deep sealed and formidable distempers which load the hearses all over the land. Hence a reliable family physic is ft tbe first importance to the pabllc health, and this Pill has l>een perfected with consummate skill to meet that demand. An extensive trial of its virtue* by Physicians, Professon, and Pa tients, has shown results surpassing any thing hitherto known of any in?>dicine. Cnre? have been effected beyend belief, were they not sub stantiated by persons of such exalted positions and character as to forbid the suspicion of un irnth. Among the eminent gentlemen who have testi fied in favor of the?e Pills, we may mention: Doct. A. A. HAYES, Analytical Chemist of Ifoston, and State As-aver 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 Representative* ABBOTT LAWRENCE, Minister Plen , to England t JOHN B. FITZPARICK. Catholic Bishop of Boston; also Dr. J. R CHILTON, Practical Chemist of New York City, endorsed by Hon. W. L MARCY, Secretary of State. WM B ASTOR, the richest man in America. 8 LELAND A Co., Proprietors of the Metro politan Hotel, and others These Pills, th* result of lot** investigation and study, are offered to the public as the best and most complete which the present state of medical sclencecan afford They are compounded not of the drugs themselves, but of the medicinal virtues only of Vegetable remedies extracted by Chemical process in a state of purity, and torn bir.ed together in such a manner as to insure the best results. This gyytein of composition for medicines has been found in Cherry Pectoral and i'llls both, to produce a more efficient remedy t.ian had hitherto be*n obtained by any prcceas The reason is perfectly obvious. While by the ? d mode of composition, every medicine is bur dened with more or less acrimonious and injuri ous qualities, by this each individual virtue only that l# des red for the curative effect is present All the inert and obnoxious qualities of each sub stance employed are left behind. th? curative virtues only being retained. Hence it is self evi dent the effects should prove as they ha*epr?ved more purely remedial, and the Pills a more pow erful antidote o disease thad any other 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 orcans of the body, storing their irregular action to health, and by correcting, wherever they exi*t, such de rangements as arc the first origin of dlstas* Irepared by Dr JAMES C AYER, Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass Price 25 rents per box ; five boxes for 91. Sold by Z D tilLMAN, Washington, and by til respectable Druggists. - ape-4m ALWAYS SUMKTlilNe NEW! READ THIS, OLD AND YOUNG! Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative VyiLL RESTORE OKAY HAIR TO OK1 v v glnal color permanently; made to grow up on ba d heads; remove all dandrufl or itching; destroy nil disease s of the scalp; and if used once or twice a week regularly, will prevent the hair from becoming kr.iy or falling, to an imaginable age Read the foUowing testimonials, and we defy you to doubt, (says the Waverly Magazine ) Success to the genius whose tonic we sav Turns back to Its color the Hair that was gray. SOMETHING WORTH KNOWINU Bv 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 dally 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. J3ot ? 6ardh*?, Me, June 22. 1*58 Ma. H DTEs-Dear Sir: I havo used two bot tles of Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative, and can truly say It is the greatest discovery cf the age for restoring and changing the Hair BeforeSsinc I!.1 *?.8.a m,ai? of, MventV- My hair has now af talned its original color. You can reoommend it to the world without the least fear, as my case was one of the worst kind Yours respectfully, DAN'L N. MURPHY 9A*LTLB1 IlL> I kaveued 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 doubt permanently so SIDNEY BREESE, Ex-Senator United States. HAIR RESTORATIVE.?Li our columns to day will be fbund Prof Wood's advertisement of the above article, to which we call attention Whet 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 mUUt be, being the color of early manhood; and as fine and glossy as silk, and that without any other application than the Restorative. If it has done this upon others, will it not do the same for any of eur, readers whose "fr?ay prows" -yen once like the '' raven locks" of Lothiel's warlike chief, if they will try it. We think bo?Jack ton vilU Constitutional, Oct. 5, 1563. THE d RE ATEST DISCOVERY OF THE A9E ? It seldom occurs that we notice, under any circumstances, patent medicines restora Uv?, or anything of the kind, for we haveTpre Judlce against most of them. But candor com pels us to invite attention to the advertisement of Professor Wood's Hair Restorativ?. are ^ Juvenile)to require anything of the kind, but some whi?h IfnLr U>e ave co,u* to oul' knowledge which almost assures us that it is a .(,wtPjT remedy against the hair beoom ?g Jre^u^v SfLJ?- a -HalrDveTb-ft TpTlu.p? thefkinwh2K*i'' tL*effect U produced upon the skin which brings out the original colored hair, without stlfliiess. and gives it a glossy and natural abearance. We have seen peK^who have usea it, and are much pleased with it Ex amine theadyertisement J* WOOD % CO., Proprietors ivn qi? Y<,rk'?" ??*??-<?,?. 1 arkor, undor National Aotel, and all Dr'uggtitr s T- c,-?ln Ai?-<">? jJm'puONS> ?*""1 WhoUMte Agent, l hiladelphla, Pa. feb 1?flm SIKnivR"I*^TEJ> TA*J^]B 55i> DESSERT Piirv 7 ' lTory Handle Knives ; Knlvw and W-?ai7.eri? *nd Steels ; Game Car ?era, Beef SUcers; Bread Knives, Ac. -?Price*ir* low on 7th st., especially at 4W- ?P14- G FRANCIS THB I.AROBBT AND MOST VARIES * assortment of PIANOS in the city at JOliN F. ELLIS B, mr l?th sfrect. Information for Traralm. ixrimuo* boats FOR THE WHITE HOUSE PAVIUOH The steamers thus collier or GEORGE W ASH IN6TON ran twrbirifird for public at ?e . lect parties to the White Houm Fav Washington, Mount Vernon or any place on tfcc Potomac Rlwr. For further particulars apply to the Captain* of the Boat* or to the President of the Company. ap 17-tf __ THIS lfEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL -ffiM UNITED STATES .ffiM 'iftfrw stkamers.2UK f I^H F. SHIPS COMPRISING THIS LINE 1. are the ATLANTIC CapC. Hldrldge BALTIC Capt CoBaiftk. ADRIATIC Capt Jas W*eei These ships having b**n bollt ky contract ei preesly for Government service, every oare ban been taken In their emutrortlon. an also ta their engines. t>Insure strength and speed, and their accommodations for passengers are Qocqaaici for | eleeance ar.d comfort Price of passage from New York to Liverpool In first cabin. ?130; In second do , ?*3 From Liverpool to New York. 30 and 90 guineas An experienced surgeon attached to earn ship. No berths can be sarured until paid for The ships of this Una have Improved water tight bulk heads, nnd to avoid danger from lee will notero?? the Hank* north of 42 degrees, until afUr the 1st cf August. PKero8KT> oats* or sailinc. from JV<? York. fv?si LttirstiJ, 1850. 1K5C Saturday Apr Wednesday... May M Saturday May 10 Wedneedsy....May ? Saturday May 24 Wednesday.... J one 11 Saturday Jur.e 7 Wednesday....Jtine US Saturday* June 21 Wednesday ....Julf 9 S.-.turday July 5 Wednesday ....July S3 Setnrdav July 19 Wednesday... .Aug 6 Saturday Aug 2 Wednesday.... Aue 4?i Saturday Rug 16 Wednesday....Sept 3 Saturday A*g 2u Wednetdey... .Sept. 17 Saturday ..Sept 13 W ednesday ....Oo< l Satirrday. Sept 27 Wednesday ....Oct li Saturday Oct 11 Wednesday ... .Oct id Saturday Oct 55 Wednpsdav....Nov It Saturday.......Nov t Wednesday....Noe. s? Saturday Nov. 25 Wtdnesday... .Dec 10 Saturday Dec 6 Wednesday ... .Dee 21 Saturday Dec. 2?? For freight or passage apply to ED WARD K. COLLINS A CO., S6 Wall street. New \ ctk. BROWN. SHIPLEY A CO.. Liverpool STEPHEN KENNARD A CO., ?7 Austin Friars. London B GWAINWRIGHT A CO., Paris. The owners of these ships will not be account able for gold, silver, bullion, specie. Jewelry. pre cious stones, or metals, unless Dills of lading are elgned therefor, and the vatae thereof expressed therein. m i-tr BY RAILROAD DIRECT TO THE WEST Time between Washington i?nS Wke?ll>| Oat IT# hears t Running Time between Waahinfton and Cincinnati 27 hours!! THBOVQ1I TICKETS AND BAGGAGE CBECES TO B| BAD IN WASHINGTON. 'pHE B ALTIMOR E~"aN D OHIO RAIL A ROAD leaving cre?tly lm; roved Its Wfktern < onne< tion*, now otters the fu est inducements to Travelers between WASHINGTON, BALTI MORE, and a'l | ortions of the WEST. NORTH WEST, and the SOUTHW KST. Tie i onn? tlon l^tween tiie Train* from Wash Ington and the Trains bound West freni Balti more Is always i rom. t"y made at tlie Wasiiinpion J tin tion (lately u ed the Relay House) 9 nil es from Baltimore. This is the oniy change of ram r?*qulred between Washington and the Ohio river. 1'n^gage is ? : ed tltrough to Wheeling at ttie Washington Station, and reobecVed and trans furred th?re, (with thera?sen?er?) without charge, for those ho.ding Through Tii kets for tolnts be jond. The tonne ting trains leave Washington dii y at 6 a. m and 4# p. in. On Sundays at the later* hour on'y. At BEN WOOD, 1 miles from Wheeling. ? <rrri rorrr. tior in made ?ltti tt'e train* of CENTR A I. (?HIO RAILROAD, running from Be lair, on ti.e Ohio, through Cambridge. Xaaesville, and Newark, to COLUMBUi*. These trains cosneet at Newark with the < are of the Newark, Maatfle d and Handusky Rtd'rord for Sandusky, Toledo, Detroit. CM ago, M Lonia. etc. At COLl'MBUS the C O. Rallro d trains <oo> ne? t with the fast trains of the LittU M;amt Rait roc.d to Xenia. Cincinnati. Louisvll e, et<*. At XEN'IA .on Lltte .Miami Rai road)conne- tion Is formed with the trains through Dayton,to Indian* a oiis, Terre Haute. Lafa)ette, C.il ago, Rock Is and, ft. Louis, Cario. etL 1X7" Passengers ho ding Through Tickets for Puktbmrg, Salrhrz. JVe?r OtImm, at* , whirh are aso sold at Washington?are trans ferred at Cincinnati, to the Mai Steamers on the Ohio. Tickets for Evansvlile, Carlo, and St. Louis are sod by the river route. liy For CLEVLLAND, ard via C ave and to To ?do, Detroit, Chl -ago, etc , tickets are sold, when ti e Ot.lo is navigah'e between Whee tag and WellsvTie iforty n>i es* where a < onne tlon with the C eve and and Pittsburg Ral'raf.d Is It: tide. Travel'rs are r quested to notice that whl e ttils Is the only route affording Through Tickets and Cl* ks in Washington, it is a>?o the shortest, most s;eedy. and dirert to near y a I the leading points in the great West The dlstan e from Washington to Cincinnati is btit6*3 mi es, l>eiiig alKiut 1WI ml cs shorter than by any other route' FARK, BY TIIftOI GII Tl* KLT. h K?'M WaSHINGTu^ :?To Wliee Ing, . Co am bus, f13 63; Davton. ?I5 30 ; Cin- innafl, Sl? ?? ; Looisvit'e. by rai road. SI? 66. by st*<emer from Cin? Innatl, SIS (Ml; Indiana-o is. *17 (k?; Cleve land, S12 do, Toedo, S16 80; Detroit. SIS *i. Chb-ago, S20 65and SIS 3U; St Loci*.. S2> 50 and 825: Memrliia. f26- New Or'eans. ?31. et< JXJ" FOR FREDRKICK AND HARPER'S FERRY, MAR T1NSBURG CUM KI R LAND, BI-.RKLEY SPRINGS. BEDFORD SPRINGS PIEDMONT, OAKLAND, and FAIRMONT, passengers may leave Washington at 6 a ni or 4{ p m. For the minor way stations betwetn Baltimore and Wbe ting, take 6 a. ui. train from Was1 Ington. ID" For trains to and from Ba tlmore. Anaa; - o'fi*7et<- , see s,e. in advertise?nents JD* For furt'er Information. Through Tl keU, et , apply to THOMAS H. PARSONS, Agcn:. at Was, ington Station. WM S WOODSIDE, Master of Trans; oration, march 1?4/ B k O Railroad, Ba tfinore. FOR HARPER'S FKR H l'i " Via CkesnptaJtt Okto Cmnai. THROUGH IN TWELVE HOURS' rpHE NEW AND SPLENDID PACKET 1 BOAT ARUO. Capt Chas 8 Muntti, will commence making titular 7>tpt between GEORGETOWN and the above Point, on Mon day, March 27th, 1SS6 The Boat wni leave the wharf of W H AH 6 Rliter. Georgetown, D. C ,e?ery Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday morning, at 6 o'clock Returning, she will leave Harper's Ferry every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, at o'clock. Threof h Tickets, SU.'2i. To Lttfburg SI , tn'ludiug Ik* Slept ft$m Edward*' Ftrry Families Intending to visit the Vlrginls Spring* the coming season will find this by far the n.<*t safe, pleasant, and cheapeet route to Berkley Capan, Shanondale, While Sulphur and Warren. Meals served on board at moderate rates. A coach will always be In readlne?s In George town to convey passengers to and from the Boat Far further particulars Inquire at the store of W. H A H. G. HITTER. Ooorgrtown, and 6. W. CL'TSHAW, Harper's Ferrys Va maris?tf gRA^^E A ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. Q-roat Southern Mail Lint I T WICK DAILY f 9 (SUNDAY NIOHTS EXCEPTED) Between Washinttcn City and the fcouth! VIA: ALEXANDRIA. ?ORDONSV1LLE, AND RICHMOND Ltava Washington at 6 a m. and T p.m Fare from Wash ington to Richmond S3 5* OMNIBUSES and BAGGAGE WA60N8 Will be at the Washington R&llroed Depot to con vey PASSENGERS and BAGGAGE, Frit of Cinrwt, to STEAMER GMORGK - PAGE.fnr ALEXANDRIA,a dl?-j ince of six mliee. aUowlnj Tickets procured on the tance of six mlloe. allowing ample time for Mem Tickets procured on the ooat. Expedition ajid Comfort are secured by this Route,asitlsacosriNcoBs i:mor nasv class eailkoas raoM ALEXANDRIA TO RICH MOND. THRMIGH PASSENGERS and BA66A6k carried vrtthout cost to the Depot of the Petersburg Railroad. Information of Route and Lost Baggage et talned of JAMkS A. EVANS, feb 11 Agent, Alexandria, V* WAIHINBTOM BRANCH RAILROAD* CHANGE OF HOURS.-On aad after *?? day, the 93d Instant, the Trains will Leave Washitgtoa at ? and e# a. aad I and K B m ttf ?. a. On Sunday at 4u ?. aa. . Bahlnaore at 4 * and ??*