Newspaper of Evening Star, June 10, 1856, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated June 10, 1856 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. "I COTTLD IT A' GET MY LESSONS." ? T A SCHOOL * I *L. I could na' get my lesson, Wl' the book before my een, For the thoughts oT canny Willie Came a bobbin* In between. And Ilka work tie simple, Had naugtto Ellen mean. For the though'* o' canny Willi# Cams a bobbin' in between. 1 read frae top to bottom Owre many a page I ween, Bat the thoughts o" canny Willie Came a bobbin' in between. And Ilka leaf was pictured W|' Willie's winsome look, And my thought! were a wl' Willie, And nane upon my book. MiRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS F *M.ia*w? H Co'lamore, Md T Johnson, do W Wllmot, Va H Salmot, do F Salmot A ly, do J Randolph, do T Warren, do W Hessler A ly, do H Vernon, Fa J S Bowman A fam 6 A Blakely, Md C St Julian, France J Joaquls, Cuba M Bergols A ly. La Hon C Ready! Tenn 8 Moore, NY N J Juel. do W Worthington, Md F A Thornton, NC H 8 Williams, do J W Neal, do R J Stafford, do Dr Sloan. do T D McDowell J Cochran, Ala T J Burnett, do A 8 Brown, Md J Wilson, NC P T Henry, do W P Thompson, Va W D Merrick. Md G C Merrick, do C B Withers, SC S S Hardesty, O W W Hardesty. do Hon J Thompson, Ml R G Butis, Va ? A! Yost, do B H Brown A ly, SC W H Garrett. Ala A A Chapman, Va Hon E W Hubbard, do R A Banks, do W H Kdmonds, do C H Wills, Md M J Wills, do C Boswelt, Va T H Bradford, Rl A C Eddy. Fa Hon 6 G Dunn G C Gregg A ly, SC R B W llson, do Miss S S Wilson, do M Stringer A ly, Pa W T Goodwin, Va J D William* A ly, SC Miss M E Williams, do Miss S N Williams, do M lss B Barnett. do Miss E B Brooks, do Mi?s R Lrafft, do Hon G W Houston, Ala T H Swope, Ky L S Hechara, Cuba W Sifre, F Rico R E Y Almanza, Cuba W Thomas A aen. Va H Wilson, do J S Jay, La W H Dorsey, do A L Stedm-'n, Tenn J J Jones, do J M Williamson, do J Walker, Ala Mr Tcapice, SC W T Washington, Va S F Joice, SC L M Stanton, do W A Josselin, Va W S J ones A ly, do A B Tucker A fam, La M M Steward, do A J Johnson, to J Clyne. O G Knap, do Sen T S Espey, Iowa J F Harper, do C W Mlllklrk A ly. Pa Miss H E Abbott, do J Duncan, La M A Phillips A fam Va A I< Studman A fam'*, Mo W S Nowland, lnd J A Williams, O M M Hlmlman, do A D Le* A fam, SC S S Woolaton, Md W B Brooks A ly, Mass W A Chatham A ly, do Hon B Brown, NC Dr Dyer A ly, 111 Mrs U C Magruder, Md Mrs Plummtr, do S S Strange, Va M Dobbin, Md A L Jenkins, do PlaiUaal H*t*l? william ?vt. J B Jacobs, ly, Wis Hon J Brown, Pa F Warman, ly, Md D Schnlbble, ly, do J McC Bowen, do E Conway, Va G Meredirh, Md 1) Waldo, Mo E Huntoo, Va J W A Underwood, Ga C E Dyke. Fla J T Bee, do S StG Roger*, do E h Wilson, Md T J Person, NC D K Armstrong, Mo Hon L Treat, ao, T Jaruleson U Richardson, Mass G Flast H T Weld 8 Jones,Del J T Crawford, Va E G Dawson, do B N Miller, SC J D Ferguson, do W J Sordan, NC J W Mcrgan, Va D FJNelson. do C H McCormlck, IU S Bryant, Mass J tiobart. do C W Dudley. SC W E Holley. Mis* Miss Holley, do Miss Bridges. Miss M Curtis, U B Graham, ill 8 Handy, Miss S K Handy, Md J Farran, SC 11 Strickland, Ga Col C A May, USA J L Davis, E S Poor, Mass F Poor, do S P Harris, do Miss Harris, do J O Foor, ly, do Mrs Blancha:d, Md Miss Harney, do D S Delaplon, Va P Ellis, Mies R F Lynn, Ga J W Dorsette, NC B W Sanders, NY Lt l'aine, Nic a Sands, Md J B Campbell, ly, Mich J R L i rnudia, Fa H F Gordon, NY B B Thomas, Md E N Hudson, do R McHtnry, Md J Hall. Mo Col G P Kane, Md J Hickman, do S M Yout. Va G A Miller, Pa S H Campbell J Davenport, NY T J Haraing, do A Hart, fam, Va Wlllarda' tftetel?;. ?. * a. a. viuiu L Neims, Md H Seville. Fa C W Henry, Iowa 8 G Rude, Ct J Farrow, do A H Woolwine, Tenn Hon G W Maiiypenny, DC W Cllntock, Pa S Vandiveer, do S Hardee, do Hon L B Comlns, ly, Mass J Lloyd, NJ W F Findie, do S Chalphant, Va M Gates, do J Stewart, Md W Parriott, Y I Green bner, Fa J A Taggott, ly. 111 Hon J B Colt, Ct D B Taylor, dr, N Y Hon W B i aw.eace.RI Hon E K Potter, d-> Col J H George, NH J H Smith, do J C Moje, Me Hon O H reasl?-e, Mass E Pearson, Me C H Judsoi, ly, NY C J Buckley, do Hon G W Wright. Cal VV Pugh, La J Claiborne, do C C Morgan, Ky Hon H Walbrldge, NY M iss Taggot J W Edmand, NY W tt Mellen, d-? C W Seabury, Mass G B Gllddei, NY Hon W M Burwall, Va G Buffum, ly, Fa E C Murdo a, Tenn T M Crocker, do N J Varney, O T Hooper Cal H J Sprayb'iry, Ga A Adams, NY Hon S G Haven, do Dr Tappan, ly, O J B Soliour, N Y M PO'Hern.Md T Butrlck, Ga W G Butrlck, do E J Wythe, ly, NY G Costin, Md J Berk, NY J M Smith, do E L de Ulevarte, do K M Ludlow, do T Deverican. Md T i- alroanks, ly R Mcllbenny, ly^ two chii'n, -2 svta. La L A Williams, USA E L Rogers. Md Mrs tvans. Fa Mrs Peck, Fla Mlsw Feck, do Dr Peck, do G M Evans, Pa fctr*wesd Htm-r. & a. a. iuiwmi. N W Ciilselv, O B Turner, NC J Skinner, do VV W hltney A ly, Del G W Stoner, jr, Ma>s M P Placid*-, Md T J Mebaffy, Va W R Holt. N C ASF Ftelan, Cal Hon J C Allen, 111 Hon 4 W Deader, Cal W Covlc, N Y A G Dole, Me W Blandlng, Cal R H orris, Fa F Moultor, DC S Harrison, Mo L Jenkins, N J Dr K S Hpence, Md Hoc P T Herbert, Cal T S Dickson A fam, Ml W H Packer, Va Dr E White A ly, do H H t'orKf. Md R A Pryor, Va Hon J S Coskle, do J B Pieasants, do J H PJeasants, do J H Beck A ly, do H McCalllster. NY Hon W M 1)1 ward A fy, M Seft?n, do do Miss Bray, do R J WlhteiEson, Ct R Mearham, Md W D Maclay, Fla J C Evans, do Hon W Barksda e. Ml E Abbot, do G F .Nell, do A H Linking, Pa J Harrison, U J E Young, Md Com Jones, US.N T Whipple, NH B F Ayres, do Hoi A O F Nicholson A fam. Tenn H Nicholson A ly, do ? ? t , T L Harris, HI E R Smith,do T W Wheelwright, Va ? Wat's, Me C lde. Mtvs o ,l0 11 F K'nny, Fa H L Hopkins, Va J MeCloud, Mln J forsyt-h. Ala W Well, Md J Cochran, do MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMB&S. 'ION THI IHIYID STATU. ?; Ltumat Fir j)m9 WI'<?1 Ntw York...Liverpool...June 11 v\ aahlngton .. New York... B remiT...! j u?e 14 w, ... TaOM IBROPI N'w York...May*1 Ericsson Liverpool 28 Arabia I ^ ork...May 28 Awo Mav,e^? --~eW Y"*-..May3l ?K? Mav,e Ntw York...June 4 The California steamers leaTe New York fln ^ 5th and 20th of each month. 'r?HE RISING STAR GAME?THIS is a 1 bt a jtlful and instructif* Same for Child en Jt >arns them to commit to memory all the Ind di ijU end celebrated battle* that were fought da ring the American Revolution. For sale by the *Kent? ALEX ADAMSON. mar ?-9m h street, opposite Post Oftc?. K K MILK from Farm of R- 8NOWD?N'8 f A IRL AU D, O- V DUKFEE,fOT9*leby lu l6 lml 466 Tenth stn*?. C'HUII K BITTER! ^ 1 rwh New York BUTTER just received ? m 31 'J66 Vt. avanve, oor. liih and"' st*. UNITED STATES MAIL. Posy Oritca Dhaitwiit. I M*y 10. 18M. < Proposals for carrying the United States ma Ms from the 1st day of July, 1336, to the first day of July, 1856, on the fol lowing route, will b? received at the Contract Of ?c? of the Post Office De pertinent, In the city of Washington, until 0 o'clock a m , of the 18th June next, t > be decided the next day : No. 14501 From Indianapolis, via Bridgeport Plaiofleld, Ballvllle, Stliesville, Ti^en castle, Manhattan, Reel's >1111, Harmony, Brazil, Van Buren, and Clover Land to Terre Haute, 74 miles and back, six time* a wetk, by such mode of transportation as will include the entire mall SCHEDULE. Leave Indianapolis dally, except Sunday, at I p m, and Arrive at Terre Haute next days by 4 a m; Leave Terre Haute dally, except Sunday, at 8 p m, and Arrive at Indianapolis next days by 10 a m. NOTES. Each proposal sho: id be accompanied by a guarantee, signed by one or more reepectable per sons, in the following manner: Form of Bid? I, , of ? county of , Slats of , propone to convf y the mail fr< m , to , , . on route No. , from -to , agreeably to the alve'li-em^nt of tlie Postmaster Genera', dated May 19, lt?o6, and by the following nvxle ot'cunvevance, viz : for the annual sum of dollars. Datsd (Signed) Form of GiutrarUtf. The undersigned, residing at , State of , rtake that, if the foregoing hii for car rying tbe miil on route Vo. be accepted by the Postmaster General, the bidder shall, prior to the 1st day of July, 1856, or as poon thereafter a-* may be, enter into the required obligation to per form thes* rvice proponed, with good a id sufficient sureties. Dat?d (Signed by two guarantors.) This should ba accompanied by the certificate of a postmaster that the guarantors are men of property, and able to make good their guarantee. Form oj Certificate. Thi undersigned, pnrtma*ter ol , Slate of , certifies, wider hit a,UK of offine, that he is acquainted witli the above guarantors, and knows ibtm to be man of prop< rty, and able to make good their gaannre*. DtteU fSivrrd.) JAMES CAMPBELL, m 20-1 awl w Postmaster General. STATION EH Y* Navy Dkpartnbny, May 26, 1856. SEPARATE SEALED PROPOSALS W1LL O be received at the office of the Secretary of the Navy until three o'clock, p m , cf Monday, the 30th of J line next, for furnishing all the stationery that maybe required by the Navy Department and its several bureau* for the year commencing the 1st of July, 1856, and ending on the 50th oi June, 1657. All the articles furnished must be of the best quality, delivered without delay when ordered, a id to the satisfaction rf the head of the office fer wh ch th^y ate required If it be required, each bidder for stationery must furnish with his proposal a sample of each article bid for To Insure uniformity In the proposals, blank forms will be furnlshea to those d sposed to bid ; and no bid will be considered which does not filly conform to the advertisement, and In which each and every article is not bid for, and In which more than one prl<"e Is named fcr any one art'cle. Bonds in sufficient amount, with two or more approved sureties, for the faithful execution of tae contract, will be required of the person or persons contracting The authorized names of the sureties that will be given, as also satisfactory testimonials to fulfll thecoutract, must accompany the bid ; otherwise It w.ll not be considered The department reserves to Itself the right of ordering a greater or leas quantity of each and every article contracted for, as the public Bervlce may require. Should any article 1* required not enumerated la the contract, it H to be furnished at the lowest market price, according to Its a-jallty. STATIONERY. Writing paper, of linen stock. 3 reams folio-post, blue or white, satin finish, faint-lined and trimmed, welgnlug 17 pounds per ream, per ream 5 do heavy blue laid, despatch cap, hand made, stop ruled, weighing 16 pounds per ream, per ream 15 do laid hand-made foolscap, ruled, blue or white, weighing 13 pounds pe re?m, per ream 10 do Owen A llurlburt's wove foolscap, blue or white, ruled, weighing 12 pounds per ream, or of any other manufacture of equal quality, per ream 10 do first class hand made quarto post, wove or laid, bine or white, weighing 8 If pounds per ream, per ream 40 do extra-superfine, blue or white, laid or wove, 4to post, ruled, weighing 3)C pounds per rearar per ream 20 do best yellow or buff envelope pap?r, royal, flat, weighing 21 pounds ptr ream, per ream 4 do best super royal writing paper, per ream 5 do be*t French 4to post-ruled, per ream 5 do note-paper, gilt edged, per ream 20 do copying or tissue pap^r, 4to post, per ream 10 do copying or tissue paper, foolscap, per ream ( 130 sheets best tracing paper, 40 by 27 inches, per sheet 100 yards tracing cloth, per square yard 100 sheets b< st p epared paichment, 11 by 19 inches, per sheet 3 reama blotting paper, royal, per ream Of quires patent blotting paper, medium, per quire 150 sheets drawing paper, ? Whatman'sTurkey Mills." from medium to antiquarian, per sheet 5,000 cream-laid envelope*, letter size, per 1,000 1,500 do do note size, per 1,0<t0 o4" do do card size, per 5**0 1.000 patent cloth-lined envelopes, 8 V bv 4 Inches, per 1 000 y 250 patent cloth-lined envelopes, 5? by 3 V inches, per *50 1 * 250 patent cloth-lined envelope*, 5* by 3* Inches, per 250 10,000 best buff envelopes, government pattern, official size per 1.000 5,010 best bufl envelopes, gevernmeut pattern, le tersize, per 1,000 6,000 best heavy white envelope*, hand made, official size, per 1,000 JN gross steel pens, on cards or in boxen, (the department to have the liberty of se lecting from all the different kinds manufactured,) per gross 100 cards Perry's pens, assorted, per card 6 do engineer's pens, per card 5 do lithographic pens, per card ?4 gold pen', large slz?, with sliver holders, best manufacture, per pen 40 quarts Mavnard A Noyes's black ink. In bottiw ' 36 do best London copying ink, Arnold's or Terry's 2 dozen ounce-bottles Perrlne, Guyot A Co's superfine carmine, per bottle 200 swan quills. b?:t quality, per 100 1,000 quills, No. SO, opsone or clarified, per 100 100 crow or brandt quills, per lot 75 dozen red tape, No. 15 to 25, per dozen 6 do silk taste, per dozen 4 do penknives, Rodger's best, pearl han dies, large size, 4 blade*, per dozen 4 do erasers, large size, ivory handles, In cases, Kodger's best 2 do pairs of shears and scissors, per dozen ?? do ? lnch ivorv folders, per dozen 1 do Carrlngton's parallel rulers, per dozen 5! do sand boxes, cocoa-wood, per dozen 2 do wafer.ttands, do per dozen l do pounce boxes, do per do/en 1 do do ivory, per dozen in U! "taniP,> l??ry handles, perdoz. 10 do black lead pencils, Fiber's best, a* assorted, per dozen do best American drawing pencils, as , . *??ed. per dozen ' \ Cohen s read lead pencils, per dozen 2 do sable brushes, assorted, per dozen ^?ozen * brushes, assorted, per 2 do white French pump inkstands, larite size, per dozen K * do Draper s patent air tight inkstands, per dozen ' f 2 do sticks best India Ink, per stick 30 pounds extra superfine scarlet?eallng-wax, per pound Quallty sealing wax, per pound to V* quality wafers, per pound 10 do best white gum arable, per i*>und J do beat pounce, per pound 10 do best hemp twine, per pound ? , do linen twine, per pound K*j?^ wafers 'or department seal, per 24 paper weights,of brass, composition or lead per weight ' 50 quarts best black sand, per quart 4 P?UQds^be?t prepared India rubber, per m :i^awfwU"Prepaml lQdla^bber,per pound New a*i?<Lw rkckiving, eentWen'^ Fu?ni?i??ABLE 8TYLE? Spring w^ ^ t0 ap 14- 424 PaG??ta Fura'*klng Store, ? aeaf corn9T 4# street. PIANOS Fur SAL.K PRICES FROM imTti i,. to rent by month, quarter - I? I Old Pianos exchanged, tuned'an.\ re-fyT^fl 6?lred Piano Covers, Moo'.s, luileal Instrument Establishment, 306 ?venue, between ?th and 10tb streets *' JOHN F. ELLIS. GREAT REDUCTION I1C THE PRICE OF BOOTS AND GAITERS I HAVE ON COMMISSION, FOR A PHJL adelphla manu facturer, s flr*t rate Sewed or Pegged Calf-Skin BOOT at S3 02. full as good as those usually sold at S3 or $6; aid a French Calf Patent Leather GAITER at S3 SO, as good as any at 95, a lirst rate Calf Gait*rat S2.50. the a are the best goods that Is (or ever were) sold In the District for the price; for the proof, come and s?e for yourself. Term* poMtive'v cash. No extra p-ollt charged to offset bed debts. Call at the NEW YORK HAT STORE, Seventh street, near Penn*y.vania avenu?. m 21-tf ANTHONY, Agani. SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING. WALL ft STEPHENS, 322 PA. AVENUE, between 9th and 10th streets, next to iron Hall, would announce to members of Congress and citizens generally that they are now prepared with a stock of Spring and Summer Clothing and Gentlemen's Furnishing Gools, superior to that of any previous season UnHsual care has been glvtn to the selection cf 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 vfry large and complete they nre prepared to otfer inducements to purchasers in styles quali ties and prices not to be met with in thts city. Tbe Merchant Tailoring department (second floor) 1- fully supplied with the most select styles of Cloths, Csssiineres, Linen Drills, Vestings, Ac... which wll be made to order in the most taste fill and desirable manner, at much lower rates than the usual city prices. WALL ft STEPHENS, "m 20-tf 322 Pa avenu?. hats: hats: JUST RECEIVED A FULL SUPPLY OF hue drab Beaver ventila ted HATS, which I otfer at S3 50; they are the bent Hats for the price in the United States. The best blacy dress Hats got up in the latest style for S3 50. as good as tho?e usually sold at $5: and a good fashion able Hat at Si, worth fl; and a tirst-rate Hat, ?2 50. The be.-t materials and tie best workmanship Is employed to produce a S5 Hat, which Is sold for S3 .>0. We do a c<tsk business, meet with no los ses, but give each customer full value for money i elt and Straw Hats unusually low. AN niONY, 7th street, near Pa avenue, Ag.->nt for a New York Hat Company. m 24- tf BUY AND SELL FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EXCHANGE; FURNISH DRAFTS On all Parti of United States and Europe; COLLECT DRAFTS On all parti of United States and Europe; DRAW BILLS ON IRELAND FOR ?1 OR UPWARDS; BUY AND SELL BONDS. STOCKS, ft OTH LR SECURITIES: NEGOTIATE TIME PAPER. Investment paying 10 '-y and eve?, for sale. LAND WARRANTS. We are at all times Purchasing, and have for Sale, LAND WAKllANTSof all denominations. Land Warrants located In Iowa, Wisconsin, or Minnesota. CHUBB BROTHERS, Jan 23-tf Bankers, opposite the Treasury. J. CONNELLY, Undertaker, No 123 Seventh strttt, west ?id?, Lit. G and H, WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM the citizens of Washington and the adjoining counties that he 1st prepared to attend to all orders at the shortest notice and on tbe most liberal terms. He will spare no pains-to give entire satisfaction on ail occasions. He guarantees to preserve the dead la 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 la respectftilly solicited. mar tf4-tf SINGER'S Improved Sowing Machinoa. To which was granted the Highest Award of tho Paris Kxhib'tion, thereby receiving Iho World's Verdict of Superiority. npilE IMPROVEMENTS IN THIS MA chine has simplified them in inmy respects, and they arec.ipableof executing twice the amount of work they did formerly in any given time They are without question the on!v Machine* ca pable of sewing ev^ry variety r.? goods perfect; a shiit bosom or heavy trace for harness can be sewn by any of these machines by a simple change of needlo and thread in such a manner that the closest scrutiny cannot detr-ct a fault. Manufacturers, planters and families will And them the only safr Machines to purchase, as they are built strong and durable, and not likely to get out of order. We have machine* with guages attached, for binding hats, cap fronts, gaiters, ftc. Silk, Thread, Co'trn, I\t?edles, ftc., constantly on hand, at the low^t rates. Persons desirous of Information regaidlng Sew ing Machines will please address I. M. SINGLR ft CO., 105 Baltimore street, Baltimore. N B.?We are prepared to exchange these ma chine* for old machines of any kind Terms lib eral Persons who have been induced to purchase Inferior machine* under the pretext of being cheap, will find this a benefit Indeed. mar 10?tf MR WILLIAU PAL>1ER, Professor of Singing and the Flute, I >KG!i TO INFORM THE INHABITANTS that he P^Po^s establishing SI* 1* IN i* CLAfc*St.S for two, three or four ru pils, whereby each voice will be properly ex

amined, and separately cultivated, according to Its quality, which could not be done, consistent v* with simultaneous teaching?as Soprunos, Mezzo Sopranos, and Contralto voic?8 require a widely dlfierent training. The same care is ne cessaiy with male voices, viz: Tenor, Baritone and Bass When the pupils zre sulilcienUy ad vanced to sing by themselves they will then be taught to take their respective parts in Duets, Trios, or Quartette. ' Terms ner quarter: *10 for each pupil, If only two pupils one hour will be devoted, and an extra half hour for every additional pupil; 820 per quarter for separate pupils. ^ ap 5-tf 257 Pennsylvania avenue AMTIIO.IY HUl'HLY, - UNDERTAKER, Shop and Residence No. SO'J Penn'n avenue, south ?i?le, between 9th and 10th sts. HAVING PROVIDED HIMSELF WITH sn ELEUANT HEARSE, and all necessary conveniences fori properly conducting hi* business, would respectfully inform the public that he Is fully prepared to fill all orders entrusted to him, at the shortest notice. and In the best manner. A large aupply of READY-MADE COFFINS of all sizes, always on hand, which will be fur nished on tne most reasonable terms. As heretofore, no pains will be spared to plve entire satisfaction on all occasions. N. B.?Resld n^ on the premises, orders will bo promptly attended to at ail hours feb 7-ly JONAH P. LEV T, IMPOftTKl AND Blilll i? WINES, LIQUORS, CI0AR3, AND FI2JI OROCZRIK8, QeneralCommission & Forwai dine tf archant INSURANCE AND BILL BROKER, No. 474 Pa. av., two doors below U. S. Hotel, Washington Citt, D. C. N. B.?Country Merchants are requested t? rlv# 4ae a call before purchasing elsewhere. ?c 2-ly ??THE MARRIAGE GUlUK." MAKRIAGE GUIDE, OR NATURAL His tory of Generation, for the use of married porsons and those about to marry, of both sexes; price, #1. "THK 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 plate?; price, SI. A POPULAR TREATISE ON VENERI'AL Diseases; their cure and prevention; for prlvat? use; with colored plates; price, 81. THE MATRON'S MANUAL OF M ID wife ry nnd 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, tnar 22-Jkn 7th street, opposite Post Offlce^ GENTLEMENS FURNISHING GOODS Ij^ORSPRINU ANDSUMMER ?MY STOCK is now full and complete in every department, and as my facilities for doing business is of best character, the public will do well to examine my stock, as I am determined to sell cheap for cash, or to punctual customers. LAN E'S Gents Furnishing Store apUQ No 494 Peon, avenue, near 4)< street. I TUfHAN k NORFLIT'I NEW AND CHEAT ? ADDLE, HARNESS AND TRUNK 8T0RI, 490 Seventh st .oppositeOdd Fellows' Hall. MESSRS. TO F HAM, late of Philadelphia, and ?^NORFLhT of this city, * respectfully announce to' 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 1 hand a large and superior assortment of?Mens', Ladles', and Boys' SADDLES, BRIDLES. MARTlNGALKS.and WHIPS HARNESS of every description, ooth fbr oity and country use. All kinds ot TRUNKS, VALISES, and CAR PET BAGS. Ladies'SATCHELS. TRAVEL ING BASKETS,opd FANCY WORK BOXES. HORSE BLANKETS. COVERS, COLLARS, and H AMES. Horse,Spoke, and Dust BRUSH. ES. CARDS, curry-COMBS, SPONGES, Ac..Ac. Ail material used will be the best that can be obtained; and both of us having been practical workmen for several years, we fed confident that onr work cannot be surpassed, either for style or durability. By unremitting efforts to give satis faction wc hope to merit, ana respectfully solicit, a share^>f public patronage. Pastfcular attention paid to covering. Yruaks and repairing all kinds of work. Saddlers: tools constantlv on hand. mev 7?tf AYERS PILLS Anew and singularly success fill remedy for the sure of all MUous dis eases?Costiveness, Indigestion, Jaundice, Drep 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 the diseases which a purgative medicine is not more or leas required, and mach sickness and suffering might be prevented If a harmless but effectual Cathartic were more freely used No person can feel well while a costive habit of bodv prevails; besides It soon generates serious ana often fatal diseases, which might have been avoided by the timely and judlross use of a good purgative. This is ailke true cf Colds, Feverish symptoms, and Bilious derangements. They all tend to become or produce the deep seated and formidable distempers which load the hearses all over the land. Hence a reliable family physic Is < t the first impoitance to the public health, and this rill has b??n perfected with consummate skill to meet that demand. An extensive trial of Its vlrtuei by Physicians, Professors, and Pa tients, has shown results surpassing any thing hitherto known of any medicine. Cures hrve been effected beyond belief, were they not sub stantiated by f?eraons of such exalted positions and character as to forbid the suspicion of un truth. Among the eminent ten tie men who have testi fied in favor of the?e Pills, we may mention: Doct. A. A. HAYES, Analytical Chemist of Boston, and State A waver 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 Hons* of Representatives ABBOTT LAWRENCE, Minister Plen , to England t JOHN 11. fitzparick, Catholic Bisbop of Boston; also Dr. J. R. CHILTON, Practical Chemist o. New V ork Citv, endorsed by Hon. W. L M ARCY, Secretary of State. WM. B. ASTOR, the richest man in America S. LEI,AND A Co., Proprietors of the Metro politan Hotel, and others. These Fills, the result of long investigation and study, are offered to the public as the best and most complete which the present state of medical science can afford. Tuey are compounded not of the druprs themselves, but of the med'.clnal virtues only or Vegetable remedies extracted by Chemical process in a state of purity, and com blned together in such a manner as to Insure the best results. Tbls system of composition for medicines has been found in Cherry Pectoral and Pills both, to producc a more efficient remedy than had hitherto bten obtained by any process The reason is perfectly obvious. While by the old mode of composition, every medicine is bur dened with more or less acrimonious ami Injuri ous qualities, bv this ??rh individual virtue only that U desired f>>r the curative effect Is present. All the inert and obnoxious qualities of each sub stance employed are left behind, the curative virtues oiilv 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 o'her medlclnc 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 stomac'u, bowrls, liver, and other organs of the body, re-storing th^lrirregular action to fcaalth, and by correcting, wherever they exi*t, such de rangements as are the fli>t origin of disease. Prepared by Dr JAMES C. AYER, Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass. Prl< e 25 cents per box ; five boxes for SI. Soldby'Z.D OILMAN, Washington, and by all respectable Druggists. ap 8- 4m ALWAYS 5HMETHIRO NEW! HEAD THIS, OLD AND YOUNG! Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative WILL RESTORE GRAY HAIR TO OKI ginal color permanently; made to grow up on ba d heads; remove all dundrutf or itching; dffltrnv all Human -?-i? ?-? " on uunuriiu or ncDing; deetroy all diseases of the scalp: and if used once or twice 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, ("ays the Waverly Magazine.) Success to the genius whose tonic we say, Turns back to Its color the Hair that was gray. SOMETHING 1VORTH KNOWING !?By U"lng Professor Wood's Hair Restorative, gray hair can be permanently restored to ita original color. The subjoined certificate was received front Johnson A Stone. Gardner, Me , and is but om> 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 cur community can testify.?Bos ton Htraid Clxisiiix, Me, June 22, 1852 Mr. H. Dtks?Dear Sir: I nave used two bot tles of Frof. Wood's Hair Restorative, and can truly say It Is the greatest discovery of the age for restoring and chaa^ln^ 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 wor?t kind Yours respectfully, DAN'L N. MURPHY ? " Carlylk. 111., June27, 1853. 1 have used Prof O J. Wood's Ilair Restora tive, and have admired Its wonderful effect. My hair was becoming, as 1 thought, prematurely gray; but by the use of the " Restorative" It has resumed Its original color, and. I have no doubt, permanently so SIDNEY UHKKSE, Ex-Senator United States. HAIR RESTO RA T1 V E.?l.i our columns to day will be found Prof. WoodN pdvertlsemeut 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 oi;ee gray met our view, black or brown as the case might 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 our readers who-e 4i frosty prows" were ones like the " raven loc ks" of Lothiel's warlike chief, if they will try it. We think so ? Jackson villi Constitutional, Oct -S^IbS'J THE GREATEST DI SCO VER Y OF THE AGE ?It seldom occurs that we notice, under any circumstances, patent medicines, restora tlves, or anything of the kind, for we have a pre judice against most of them. But candor com pels usto invite attention to the advertisement of Professor Wood's Hair Restorative. We are too juvenile to require anything of th? kind, butsoine 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. Itisnota " Hair Dye," but upon its ap plication, as directed, the effect Is produced upon the skin, which brings out the original colored hair, without stiffness, and gives It a glossy and natural appearance. We have seen persons who have used it, and are much pleased with it Ex amine the advertisement.?Missouri Rtjublt-an. O. J. WOOD A CO., Proprietors, No. 316 Broadway, New York, and 114 Market street, St. Louis, Missouri C STOTT A CO., wholesale and retail Agent, Washington. Also for sale by D. S. Dyson, S. Parker, undor National Aotel, and all Druggist*; In eorgetown by R. S. T. Clssel; la Alexandria by Peel A Stev?is. T. W DYOTT A SONS, General Wholesale Agent, Philadelphia, Pa. feb 1?6m DANIEL CAMPBELL, IN CLOSING HIS present business, would thank his customer* for their kind patronage, and ia dol^g so, states that their respective accounts are mad3 out, and tfcat prompt payment will be expected All to v?hom he is Indebted will please present their bills. m2-tf L. J. MIDDLKTON,* dealer in ice. QMc* mnd Dtpot?Southwest corner of F and Twelfth streets. feb 27-tf TO ALL THAT TALUK THUS SIGHT. WISHES to call the attention to all that tuftn with defective sight, caused by aae. sick ness and particularly from classes Injudiciously selected, to hi* snpertoe 9rKCTACLhS ana SLACKS carefully proand by himself to a true spherical aocuracy, and brilliant transparency, suited precisely and beneficially to the wnrer ac cording to the concavity or convexity of the eye. Very numerous are the lii effects caused to the precious organ of sight from the commencement of using glasses In not being precisely suited, by the use of an Optomittr; and tne practice of many years, enables him tr> measure the focal disease 01 the eyes, and such glasses that are absolutely re quired will be furnished with precision and satis Action. J. T. acknowledges the eery liberal encourage ment already obtained, and further solicits the pa tronage of those that have not yet availed them selves of his aid. Persons that cannot conveniently call, by send ing the glasses In use, and stating how aur.y Inches they can read this print with their specta cles, can be supplied with such that will improve their sight. Innumerable testimonials to he seen ; and .-efer ences given to many who have derived the greatest ease and comfort from his glasses. Circulars to be had jrratls, at his office.No.5U Seventh street, three doors from Odd Fellowa' Hall, up stairs. ISoaroti, September 7, ISM. Sir?The Spectacles you made for me salt very well, and seem to have Improved my sight mors than axy other 1 fcave lately trlwd. LITT. W. TAZEWELL. 1 have tried e pair of Spectacles obtained frc? Mr. Tobias, pad tad them of great essletsnce U my sight, sad corresponding with his descrlptlci of the focus. 1 reooumecd aim a* a skillful opti cian. HENKY A. WIS*. Mr. J. Tsiiii: Sir?Ite pairoi Spectaclesvet farxiikrd me yesterday are particularly satisfac tory to me. Tney are very decidedly the best 1 possess, and I am the owner of eight or nine pair, carefully selected in different places a*?d from op ticians recommended to me on aeeosat of their profecsloral standing In England, France and ih? United States. 1 have been also pleased with four remarks and directions on the treatment at He eyes, for the purpose of preserving and Improv ing the sight. Respectfully, vonrs, CHA3. CALDWELL, Professor of M. O., Louisville. Ry. I.YNCEBSSS, Nov. 10, 1*34. Mr. Jehn Tobias having furnished me with ?lasses by which 1 have been greatly aided (my vision having suffered greatly from reading at night in my eariler life) it affords me the highest pleasure to say that I consider him a skillful prac tical optician, and well prepared to aid those whs may seed his professional services. \VM B ROOZIF, Elder of Methodist Conferennt. Wiliiirsto*, N. C., Jas 27, 1p54. Mr. J foiiis: Dear Sir?I ana happy to My that the Spectacles which 1 obtained from you lasl week are entirely satisfactory. From an Inequal ity In the visual range of my eyes. I have hereto fore fouud great difficulty In getting glasses of the proper focal distance, it affords roe pleasure ts state that, bv the aid of your optometer, this dir eulty has been bapplly obviated so that theglasi vou furnished me aredecldfdly the best adapted to mt e*?i cf any ! have ever yet used Very respectfully, yours, K. B DRAKE, ' Rector of St. James' Parish Department of interior, May 7,1855. Frexa natural defects and the unequal range "ef Nv eyos, I Live b*-cn compelled to uae glasses for several years. I have tried different opticians without obtaining glasses perfectly fitted tc rr>v ?yes. Fcur months since Mr. Tobias made twe pairs especially fer me. which I have found to serve me perfectly. By the use of his optometer he is enabled to adapt Glasses minutely to the eye. I mcst cheerfully recommend Mr. Tobias to all having occasion to usegla*ses, and bear my terti prsav as to his skill as an optician. HENRY E. BALDWIN, Assist. Sec'v ts sign Laad Warrants. Jy?--u PRIVATE MEDICAL TRKATISB on tha PHILOSOPHICAL VIEW OF MAHEIAOB, BY M. B. LA CROIX, 91. D., ALBANY, N. Y., 250 P*f<i Md 130 Fim, Plnin.nnd C*J?r?d Litk ofrmphs and Piatts. Puca ohly Twihtt-Fivb Cxsts. Sent Free of Postage to all parts of the Union C1HEAPEST BOOR EVER PUBLISHED? > and containing nearly double the quantity of read In? matter In that of tbe Flr'l'Y CENT OR DOL LAR PUBLICATIONS. It treata cn the PH YSIOL OG Y OF MARRIAGE, ar.d tbe Secret Infirmities and Disorder of Youth and Maturity, resulting frcm ex cesses, which destroy the physical ar.d mental pow ers, with Observation* on Marriage, Its duties ai d disqualifications, end their remedies: with Lithographs,Illustrating the Anatomy and Physiology, and Diseases of the Re productive Organs of both sexes, their structure, uses, and functions. 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It Is a truth ful adviser to the married ana tboeecontsmplatla? marriage: Its perusal 1e particularly recommend ed to persons entertaining secret doubts of their physical condition, and who are conscious of hav ing hazarded the health. happiness, and privileges to Which every t?elng Is entltiod. Price TWENTY-FIVE CENTS per cony, or Five Copies for One Dollar. Mailed, nee of post age, to all parts of tbe United States N. B.?Those who prefer may consult Dr LA CROIX opon any of tac diseases upon which this book treats, either personally or by mall. Medi cine sent to any part af the Union according to di rections, safely packed andoarefuliy secured from ail observation. Address Dr. M. B LA CROIX, No. 31 Maiden Lane, or Post OfficeBox 57V Albany, N. Y. Office open dally.from 0 a m to 9 p m. and on s-inrta* from 3 r.ntil 4p.m. icr Office REMOVED from No. 36 Beaver st. tc 31 Afntdtn Lmni, Aib*ny, iY?w Y**h. dM 28?ly OI.K1WOOD CKMETEKY. Ufflee No. MB l a. tv*., earner 10th itr*?V fovxx tux savme'a bank.) 'TIRIS CEMETERY is laid out on the pita ef X the celebrated Greenwood, of New \ otk, and situated on the high ground distant ono and a quarter miles north of tao Caplto!?North Capllei ctr-et leading directly to the gateway. This Company have secured a charter from Oon 'gress, appropriating their ground forever to burial purposes, uiuking a fee title to the purchaser, and prohibiting ail encroachments from legislation or otherwise, which is of vut Importance to those who wish their dead to repose where they have placed tbt.n, for it has borome a custom la all other cities wben the burial ground becomes valu able for other purposes, to sell It, and throw the dead promlscoualy into one large pit, and legal measure* cannct p<evcat It, as uo titles ate gives to the ground. N. if.?Office opra from 10 to la o'clock a. m., whTe Pamphlets, containing the Charter, B", Laws, and a map of the grcund, and all other la formation, can be obtained. All orders left with Mr. James F. Harvey. No I1CSeventh street, or any othtrundertaker, wiilbs promptly attended ts. je jb?i* COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, Sec. tPERSONS predisposed to Pulmonery Affec lions find lals the mcst trying season, owlag to the sudden changes in temperature; )et by a little care, adopt'ng wnrm clothing aud supply ing themselves with a good prescription or coogh remedy they iaay easily ward off what may eft-e prove a dangerous winter companion TY - LER'S COMPOUND OUM ARABIC SYRUP has been co long known and highly appreoiated m one of our most Innocent, yet efficacious, plea sant, and (since the reduction In price,) economi cal remedies, that it may be recommended and used with the utmost confidence. 11 Is sold at 23 cents, or three bottles In one, 50 cents. Wholesale by PATTERSON A NAIRN and STOTT A CO.; and retell by most Druggists. In Alexan dria by PEEL A STEVENfc; Georgetown by Mr. CIS8ELL Jy 0?ly ^PKCTALLES AND BYE-GLASSES ? J u?t received a large assortment of very suj>e rlor Gold, Silver, and fine Steel Spectacles, Shell, Steel, and Gold Eje-Glasses. Ac. We Invite particular attention to our assortment of the above, with teal pebble eyes, by far ihe tyest article for defective vi*loa everdL-covered. M. W. GALT A BKO , Jewsllers, m 30 Penn. avenue, bet Othand^otb streets. ^CORPORATION STOCIt.?#?*,000 Corpo ration of Washington Stock for sale at feb2*-tt OHUBB BROTHERS. Information for Traveler!. inrritsio* boats FOl1 THE WHITE HOVSE f AY M 10 y THK RTFAMERS THOS COLLT>'R OR GEORGE WASHINGTON cm a be chartered for public or ae-. le~t parties to th? White House I'ulllwi," Washington, Mount Vernon or any place on tbe Potomac River. For further particular* applv to the Captain* of th? Boat* or to the President or the Company ap 17-tf THE FEW f&BK AHD LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES ,!<l AIL STEAMER!.; T^HE SHIPS COMPRISING THIS LINK > are the ATLANTIC Capt EMrtdge BALTIC Capt Goa?t<rk ADRIATIC Capt J at These shin* having bee? built bv crntraet ei pressly for Government service, every eare has been taken In their contraction, aa also la their engine*. to insure strenjrth and speed ; and their accomrncdatlons for f aaaengars are unequaled for elegance and comfort Price ef rasaaee from New York to Liverpool In first rabln. ?130: In :>econd do., ?73 From Liverpool to New York, 30 and 'JO guinea*. Aq experienced surgeon attached to ?aCA ship. No lerthscan bw secured until paid fur. The ah'.na of thl* Una have improved water-tight tn:lk head*, ard to avoid danger from Ice will net rro*? tbe Banks north of 4< degrees. until after the lat of August. PKorourr satis or satLiKe. From Aft* York. From Lt*$rp??l. lb?. It* Saturday Apr* Wednesday...May 14 Saturday May 10 Wednesday....Nay *? Saturday May 34 Wednesday....June 11 Saturday June 7 Wtdnesday.... June 25 Saturday JuneSl Wednesday ....Jul* V Saturday July 5 Wednesday ....July %JU Saturday July It* Wednesday....Au^ ? Saturday Aag. 2 W edneeday....Aug 2o .kat;irday >ig 10 Wednesday... .Papt 3 Saturday Aug 3t> Wednesday....Sept 17 Saturday Sept. 13 Wednesday ....Oct l Saturday Sept 27 Wtdnesday ....Oct, IS Saturday........Oct 11 Wednesday ... .Oct. ? Saturday Oct N \Nedne*da> ....Not, IS Saturday Nov. t Wednesday....Nee M Saturday Nov.22 Wednesday....Dec Hi Saturday Dec 6 Wednesday ....Dec '-f Saturday Deo. an For freight or parage apply to EDWARD K. COLLINS A CO., 5C Wall street, New \ crk. BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO.. Liverpool STEPHEN KENNARD * CO., ?7 Austli Friars, Loadon B G WAIN WRIGHT A CO , Parfa. The owners of there ships wHI not be account able for gold, silver, bullion, sneele. jewelrr, pre cious stones, or metals, unless bills of lading are signed therefor, and the value thereof eipre*s?d therein. m i-tr BY RAILROAD DIRECT TO THE WEST. Time between WashiRglen and W keeling bat 17x heart! Running Tim a between Washington and Cincinnati 27 hourn!! TBROCOH TirilTS ADD SAGS A 61 CHBCBS TO M bai m wAsatneToR. The baltimore~and ohio rail ROAD having greatly lmj roved Its Western i onne tions, now oilers the fut est induremen'* :? Trave ers between WASHINGTON, BA1.TL MORK, and a l jortions of the WEST. NORTH WE?*T. and the SOUTHWEST Tre?onne tion between t*e Trains from Wash - ington ar:d tlse Trains bound West froi^ Bu rj more is always | rvuirt y made at tlie Washington Junction f'ate'yia ed the Relay House) 9 ml es from Baltimore. This is the en y change of cart required l?etween Washington and the Ot io river Baggage is efeecVed through to Wheeling at 0* Washington btation. and rerbected and trans ferred tuere. (with the r as^engers) wl'hout dar^e, fur those t o ding Through Tl< kets for i olnts he >ond Ti e < onne ting trains leave WesMngton dal y at ft a. m and 4 J| p. m. On Sundays at the later hour on'y. At BKN WOOD, 4 miles from Wheeling, ronnntw is made with t*e trains of CENTRAL OHIO RAILROAD, running from Be-lair, on tne Ohio, through Cambridge, Zaareville, and Newark, ta COLUMBUS. These trains ionne t at Newark with tiie < are of the Newark, Manrfled and Kandusky Rai'rosd for Fandusky, ToJed* Detroit. Chi ago. rt Louit.etc. At COLUMBUS tbe C O Kallrocd trains eon ue< t wit'i tiie fast trains of the Litilt A/ian>t RcC roerf to Xenia, Cincinnati, l.ouisvi! e, etc At XEN'IA on Lltt e Miami Rai roadi < onne*tion W formed with the trains through Dayton, to Indian d oils, Terre Haute. Lafa)ette, Ci 1 ago, Rock Is and. et. Louis. Carlo, ete IP" Passengers ho ding Through Tickets for M'lnt ktt. FidUfer?, Aatr^ez, Ae?- Orleans, et. will li are so.d at Washington?are tran* ferrcd at Cincinnati, to the Mai Steamers on the Oiilo. Tickets for Evansvliie, Carlo, and ?*t Louis are sold by the river route. \rr For CLEVELAND, ard via Ceve'andto To edo. Detroit. Chb ago. etc , tickets are so d, when a.e Oulo is navi^ab e between Whee It*: and W?.lsv1 e (forty mi es? where a tonne Mob with the C eve and and PllUburg re d i? made. Travehrs are r queeted to notice that w! i e ti ts Is the oniy route affording Through TI kets ard Checks in Washington, It It a'so tlie thorteet. most si>eedy. and dire- t to maryaltiie points In tl?e great West Tne distance fren. Washington to Cincinnati ia but 653 mi es. Ijein^ about tw ml es shorter than by any other route ' FARl" BY THKOI'GII TICKET, FB??B WASHINGTON To Whee lng, ; Co un. but. f 13 ?5; Davton. ?15 5u; Cln tanatl, fl? (?; Louiavli'e, by rai roed, S19 63, by s'eamer from Cin-innati, #lb 00; Indiana'o is, ?17 SO; Cleve land. ?12 50; Toedo, Detroit. ?15 'JO. Chicago, G5and ?19 50; St Louis, 60 and S25; Mern his. ??6; New Or euns. ?31. etc U7*FOR FREDERICK ANl) HARPER S FERRY, MART1NSBURG CUMBERLAND HI KKLEV SPRINGS. BKDFOR DSfRl^?iS, PIEDMONT, OAKLAND, and FAlRAfONT passengers may leave Washington at 6 a. in or 4i p m For the minor way stations betweer. Baltimore and Wheeling, take 6 a. m. train freic Wasi'lngton. For trains te nnd from Baltimore, Annaj> oil*, etc , aee si e la advertisements JO" For farther Information. Through Tl ket#. et ..apply to THOMAS H. PARSONS, Agent at Wastingtcm Station WM. S. WOODSIDB. Master of Trana< ortaiUon. marrli 1?tf B. A O Railroad, Ba tfbort FOR HARPER'S FERRY, rxaokxVcT*~* * jum THKOUUH IN TWELVE HOVRS * rPHE NEW AND SPLENDID PACKET 1 BOAT ARGO. Capt. (Ihas. H Nu*l will commence making Regular Trtpt betweet GEORGETOWN and the above Point, on Mon day. March 27th, 1MS6 The Boat will leave the wharf of W. H A H 6 Rltter. Georgetown, DC, e?ery Mondav, \N ed liesdav. and Friday morning, at 6 o'clock Returning, she will leave Harper's Fenrevery Tuesday, TL'.irsday and Saturday morning, at o'clock. Threogh Tickets, SU.'id. To Lttfburg ?1 tn-JudiAg lAi Slag* Edvardt' Ftrrjr Families Intending to visit the Virginia Sprlcg* the coming soaaon will find this by far the r.ofc safe, pleasant, and cheapest route* te Berkeley Capon. Shanondale, White Sulphur and Warrec Meals swrved on board at moderate rates. A coach will always be iu readiness in George town to convey passengers to and from the Boat Ferfnrtbrr particulars Inquire at the store oi W. H A H G KITTER. Georgetown, and 6 W.CUTSHAW. Harper'a Ferry, Va maris?tf ' JRAlfGE A ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD Great Southern Mail Lint! _ T W ? C K DAIlVtl (SUNDAY NJOHTS EXCEPTED) BetwteD Washington City and tiie Soutl? VIA: ALEXANDRIA, ? ORDONSVILLE, AND RICHMOND , Leave Washington at b a m and T p.* Fare from Washing toe to Richmond.......?^ * OMNIBUSES and BAGGAGE WAGO>? will be at the Washington Railroad Depot to cut vey PASSENGERS and BAGGAGE, >>??_* Cuargt, to STEAM tR GHORGP. - _ ? PAG E, for A LEX AN DR i A, a dis tanceofslz iclles.aUowlag ample Ume lor Vlf*1 Tickets proeurt d on the coat Expedition and Comfrrt are seenred by tk:? Ronte.asltisacoMTiwapiiB lis*of histcxa*' aaiLKoas from ALEXANDRIA TO K1CB MOND. THROUGH PASSKNGERt-and ba66a6'' carried without cost to the Depot of the Pctersbutf Railroad. InformtitioB of Route and Lost Bajzgag* talncd of JAMES A. EVA^vS, feb 11 Agent, Aleiandrla, WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILRUAV* PHAJIOIt of KOUFS.-Oa and after M* ^ day, the 2L?d lnstnnt, tke Trains will Leave Washington at 6 ard fcfc a. aad 5 ^ P- n? on Sunday at p m. Leave HalUaore ti 4* aad >jg a. aa< 7 ?* iM P m. Ob Sunday at 4m a aa. 1. H. PARbORB, Af**1