Newspaper of Evening Star, July 1, 1856, Page 7

Newspaper of Evening Star dated July 1, 1856 Page 7
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evening star ll LET MS w I ne'er on that lip for a moment bare g'xsd Pot * thousand te.vptatlon* be<*et me; And I th'iuht tbat the ruble* wticb raised, How delightful 'twould be If you'd?let me. Then be rot so angrv for what I have done, Nor sa tha' you bare sworn to forget me ; Th*y w?re bndnrf temptation too routine toahun And I tbo'ight tbat yon could not bat?let me. When rour Up wltb a whisper carre close to my cbeek, Ob think bow bewitching It met me; And plain. If tbe eye of a V enai cinld ?peak, Your eye seemed to say you would?let me. Then forgive tbe transgression, and bid me re main, For In truth. If I go you'll regret me; Then ob ! let me try tbe transgression again. And I'll do all you w1?b If you?let me. "I'LL LET YOU." If a kiss he delightful, so tempting my Hps, Tbat a thousand sot wishes beset you, 1 vow by tbe nectar that Jupiter sipe, On cer-aln conditions? I'll let you. If yeu swear by mv charms that you'll ever bs true, And thst no other damsel shill get yon. By the s>ars that roll round yon summit of blue, Perhape, ?ir, perhaps, air?I'll let you If not urged by a pais'on as fleeting as wild, Tbat aakes all the virtues forget you, But affectloo unsullied, *oft, fervent ar.d mi d, You ask f-ra kiss, then?1 '11 let you. ARBiVALS AX PSIKCIPAL HOTELS Winners* Haiti?/. wills.*) W B Vlckery. Pa 9 J Vlckery, Tex C Chesney, NY J Sa.dl g, d* R Newaiag, do D Tupman a iy, Mass C H Jac bus, Va Mm Imiee, iy A child, SO Mrs M Meeker, do Miss lnslte, do Hon P M V\ etmore, NY 6 K Emrrtrti n, Maes PN Sa mon N Y C E Blgaicw, do W H t onnong Mich C McElhose, N V l>r A arratt Mass W C Williams, Ky Mr vtcLlenahen, do W G Meant, INC S B Htb-ley, NJ W L Luti, NY J Nesler a ly, do T K Ekln, Md J M Matti?on, Va H Luster, N J G Hember, do 8 Brock, AC B Charlton, Pa C Albrecht, Tean J Mavoy, do J x h^'ldan, NY H L Ainswcrth, do 8 P Hatter, Md G Jol'.ne, NY H Chifie.-, jr, Del O G Scl .g, Fa T Trawln, Mo 8 Kllburn. Ky W Ha ch A ly, La G Milton, NJ B Closson, RI R Jappanner, La J M S near in do P P ? heart n, do >V L Perrin Jy, N Y J Elton ly a. child. Pa R Blentev, Ala J T Hers h, Mass Col Re?de, l)*A ? Capt M odma . do E S Woochull. NY Col W O Patterson, Pa J Brcdbeck, Md L Fract*, lv A svt, Mais J A M ar ha 1, Pa W D L>t 11, do National Hstsl?w.lli*m svt R H Stuart, Va W R \\ et^ter, do J Williamson, Pa H T Williamson, do Mr Young, ly, Mass W H Chase, lnd P L Lamps-n, Md A W Thompson, NY H i> Mears, Aid A Kara-ev. vilan J B Fo d, Va A C Pate, Kan T J Heizrnd >. Pa W F fhaw, Mass Col Leader, Cal A B Robinson, Md Dr G T Hays do Miss Hays, do J C HoiUies, La Miss Holmes, do J Johns, do J M Bullock, Ala R J Dorsey, Md A Gait, Va O P .Miller, Pa Mi?s Moran, Va Cart E A Follard, Cal L B "toret fain, NY Miss ? tlviLe, Va J u Mnyner, Md J Polk do Rev J fhll lps, Jam G Pr.ce, i.a J M Stand.ah, Md T . Hull, \id W B Dobbin, do H V\aifield, do J L Brent, ? 'al C Guillon, Pa R J tbsrmai), NY S C haslnrs, Cal P Lafferty, Pa ilriwas1 Helal?t r A M iaow* G C Bingham. Md M ise eeilo , Pa N G Slarkwether, Md Hon A G Talbot, Ky G W Minor, Pa W B Lord, Md M F ton way. Kan Mrs > C Heeilng, N d E M H err inn. do ? Jenkins, Mlis M M Jones, do A H \Mit*. Pa J L Tucker do J B 81^<s, fam, Va M!m Muooy do H Cnrlsty, Eng * r - oed tlsaae C 8 Horton, lnd G Key wor.h, UC E E n ire, Mln M W Irwii , do Hon J A Stewart, Md B B j-nnln^s. La A8tt ;>d*worth D3 W R Ede?, Ky L M Duncan, 6a E P Wilson, Va A Mournen, Ky C C Ca?kell N J A B Howard, son, Va Col Hall, Mo S S N'cbols Pa Motd-lli, La B McCullock, Tex W Grl am<>re La H Ostrander, N Y J t v\o<d, do W Polk, La J Kenua eo W H Avery, do ?J. A a. n Eiiivm Dr W B Smith, La J G Mathew,, .Md F M bliiip*ou. N Y Dr W Helm, Va 8 McE'roy T Coy 'e J Hei.drtcks A ly, lnd J W Leu i, Vd MOVEMENTS OF 0CEA1I BTEAMEK& '?om mi miTip jTirn >?<n? Listii fo, Vmt Barusaia New York Hamburg ..July 1 Aii.e iea......B<ftnn.. ......Llverp ol..July 2 N&ith tftax....>tw York ....^ou'h'ton ..July 2 N? w \ ork Havre.,,.,. July 3 A'i*1111* New York Liverpool.. J 5 Ediuturg....New York Glasgow...July 19 noi eeaors ^Bla Liverpool...^cw York..June 14 Hermann Sonibampton New Y orlf.. J uac 18 The Oalifornla steamers leave New York on the 3tb and JMith of each month. O?OH MOUNT VERNON. NTUE8DAVSAND FRIDAYS.?PARE, ROUND TRIP, fl: FROM . J ALEXA NOKIA 75 CK\ TH ?teamer THOMAS COLLYER leaves \\ a?lilng ton at V ard Alexandria at 9^ o'? lock Coachee leave the Capitol for the boat at 8M o'clock. Coach fare 10 cents. Persons wishing the coaches will leave their residence with George A Thomas Parker. Kefress merits on t\ie boat. SAM'L GKDNKY, Captain. REMOVAL. FkR MUNSON HAS TAKEN AND FITTED up the house formerly occupied _a. A by S *Jor Robert Key worth. No S9}f^4S^33L Pennsvlvani* avenua. and is now-UJlT^TY ready to fulfil hi* old engagements and niase new oaes Dr M Is ?tlii making those beautiful continuous Gum Teeth e?lltd Allen s Patent, for the excel ency of wblrh over all other styles of tee'-u. iran. now wearing Ihtm In this city, will cheerfuLly vouch '1 h^.e is one Dentist in this city who ha* been infiinking the patent, and made a bad imitation of R, against whom 1 here by rau Ion tbe public ,B ?Wfaen?ver a Dentist speaks against Allen'* Patent Continuous Gum Teeth, when properly f?trucud, It is bfcause h- Is ignnrant of the proc?as, intom 't? nt to male the work, or Is uijwilling to f ay or tbe patent. Dr M is now extracting teeth without pain by a new ar.d perftctly safe proctes. References as Informer adver.lsement. Jelft-tf BAJOt'b KIU AND OTHER GLOVES. J NO H 8MOOT, No 110 HR II)GE STREET, Georgetown, has received, from New? ?, Y ork, lades Bajou's KID GLOVES ,/V^\0\ white, blaek aj.d colored; gents, do do ,i|ii i|iu ladles and genu JalT ta Silk and Ll-le iK ?r Thread Glov? Also, a first rate assortment of bleached and k.-owo C .tton Hose, all qualities bleached, brown and fancy Half Hose : misses and boys' Hose and Half Hose Particular attention being paid to keeping a good assortment of tbe very beat make* of tbe above goods, purchaser* may depend upon get ting a good article aa cheap as the same quality can be oonght elsewhere 1-tr JOHN H PMOOT. MEDICAL CARD. nR H PKRABEAU, GERMAN HOMEO u pathlc physic an, has the honor to offer his vuiflU* 10 WaahLgton and two doom west of 9th, where he? will be found from 9 to it a m , and from 4 to . *?;Wence on I atreet, No. 188, between zOth and tlst streets. ^pu!?u,t?"*cA*u''B'""" "V!?Z'L REMEDY FOR. WARM WfATMKflT AT THE UNION BOT tling Depot, a large supp y of that unsur m f?r Invalids, GINGER WINE i ? - v v v n s >? 1 [l b Al?o AAA Pale and Burton s Al-s ard Por ter of itrysuparlor quality, together wltb aw 'U*?# efnoost every kind: all of which, together with our premium \i in? ral Waters wlU be furnished to cSstomera la >nv part of Washington or G or etown y All order- left at tbe Depot in Georgetown A, w'th the drivers of our Wajons, will meet With pTna!?/tt<>otlon' arnV A SHINN. JC lr-ll BO**OH AND mw YORK PlANOft,V|?,n,, Flutes, Accordeons, Bal' jos, ^trl gs, Pegs Wosin.fows Music, Ac at tb great musical establi- hmen' of ' JOHN F. ELLIS 306 Pa av , be ween 9th and loth at* Pianos and Melodeens for rent. [No. 505 ] Notice of Withdrawal of Lands in Alabama IN PURSUANCE OF TH K ACT OFCON gress, aprov d Id June, 1859, making a grant at land to he State of A Ubama to mid In 'heoon ?t ruction of cer atn railroads In said S'ate, io -tuctioas by telegraph and mall, bearing date the 19th and2>th instant, re?pe tl*ely, hav*been oomm mlcated to the registers and recelvrsto suspend from tile and locatlou^tll otherwise 1 rented, the f >llowlng describe* land*, as prob ib y fa lt"g within the preacrlbed llmlta of selec tion of the grant, to w|': Office at HctTiruxi: All the lands la the lis'rlct, except as fo iow? : Township* 8 to i4, inclusive, of ranges 7,8, md 0 wpm ; and Towashlps 7 to 14. Inclusive, of all the ranges irest of range 9 west. ??ffice at Tuscaloosa: All the lands In the iistrlc except m follows: 1 owns Dips 15 nnd 10 of ranges 7 and 8. Townships 15 to 17, Inclusive, of range* 9 and 10 Townships 15 to 18, inclusive, of ranges 11 tnd 12 Townships 15 to 19 inclusive, of range 13. Townships 15 to 20, Inclusive, of ranges 14 and 15 Townships 15 to 22, inclusive, of range '0; and Township* 17 to 22, inclusive, of ranee 17; all situated in the northern survey. Office at present at I. as anon : All the lands In the district. exeept as follows: Townships 21 nnd 22, of ranges 7 and 8. Townships *0, 21, and 22, of range 9 Townshii s 19 to 22, inclusive, of range 10. Townships 16 to v2, inclusive, of range 11 Townshirs 14 to v2 inclusive, of isnge 12 Townsh'ps in to ?1, inclusive, of range 13;?and Townships 21 and ?2, of range i4. Office at Dkmopolis : All the lands In the dls trict, except at- follows: Townships 12 to 16, inclusive, of range 1 east. Townships 12 to 17, Inclusive, of range 2 east Townships 12 to 18, Inclusive, of ranges 3 and I east. Townships 12 to20, inclusive, of range 5 east. Townships 12 to 15 inclusive of rau^e 1 we?t. Townships 12 to 14, inclusive, of range 2 west; md Townships 12 and 13, of range* 3,4, and5 west. MBc* at Grkknvills, (formerly Cahaba:) All ;he land* in tee district, except a* fallows : Townships 7 to 11, inclusive, cf ranges. A'ownst.lps 8 to 22. inclusive, of range 6. Townsbi. a 11 to 22, inclusive, of range 7. Townthirs 12 to 22, lnc.mlvp, of range 8. Townships 12 t j 16, inclusive, i f ranges 9 ard 10. Townships '3 and 14 of ranges 11, 12, and 13. Townsiiip '4. of range 14 Townships 6 ,?nd 7, of ranges 17 and 18; and Township?6, 7,and 8, of ranges 19 and 20. Which also ln3 u e>* lands for the Pensacola ind Montgomery rallroid. Office at vontoomxst: All the lands in the listrict, excert as follows : Towmhlps 22 and V:3, rf range 18 Townships 22 to 21, Inclusive, of ranges 19 and 20 . Townships 17 to 24, Inclusive, of ranges 21,22, ind Townships 18 to 24, inclusive, of ranges 24, 25, ind 28 townships 19 to 24. Inclusive, between range 16 and the Oeorgia line; and An the lands south of township 12 and west of range 26. OCce at Flba : All the lands in the district ly ing went of range 13 b^tb nor th and south of the base line, t gather with th? following: Townships 3 4, and 5, of ranges 13 and 14 Township* ?0 and II, of ranges 21, 22, and 23; ind Township 11. of ranges 24, 25 and 26. Which also include* lands for the Pensacola ind Montgomery railroad. Office at St Stephens: All the lands in the 11-trict situated In town?h'ps 1.2 3 and 4, south of the 3l*t degree of latitude ; also Towushlrs 1 and 2, north of ranges 1 and 2 we*t T< wnsfclp 1, n*rth of range 3 west Townships 1 to 3 north, Inclusive, of range 1 east Townships 1 to 4 north, lnclu-ive,of ranges2 ind 3 east; and Townships 1 to6 north, Inclusive, of range 4 east Given under mv hand, at the General Land Of Sce, at the city of Washington, this twenty-first lay cf June. 1856. THOS. A. HENDRICKS, je94-law6w Commissioner. O N Ualtsd States Patent Office* I Washington, J sne *1, 1856 J N THE PETITION OF JEFTHA A WIL Kl'JSOW, of Suffolk tountv, N Y,praying for the extension of a patent granted to him on the 4th day of j angary, 1653, for an Improve ment In " ?*rin ing Presses," for seven years from the expiration of said patent, which takes place on the 4th day cf Jaruarv. 1857 It is ordered, that the said petition be heard at the FaUnt Office on Monday the '5th day o? Dc cember next, at 12 o'clock m ; and all persons are notified to appear ^n<j show cause,* If any they have, why said petition ought not to be granted Persons opposing the extension are required to file In the Fatent Office their objections, specially set forth in writing, at least twenty days before the day of hearing; all testimony filed by either party to be used at the said hearing must be taken and transmitted In accordance with the rules of the office, which will be furnished on application. The testimony in the case will be closed on the 5:h December; depositions and other papers re lied upon as testimony must be filed In the otflce on or Defore the morning of that day; theargu* ments, If any, within ten days thereafter. Ordered, also, that this notice be published In the Union, Intelligencer, and Star. Washington, D. C.; K^publ'an, Baltimore, Md : E enine Argus, Phiuulelphia, Pa ; Day Book, New York, a:i?t Post, Boston, once a week for three succee Blve weeks previous to the 15th day of December next, the day of hearing CHARLES MASON, Commissioner of Patents. P. 3.?Editors of the above papers will ple?ue send their bills to the Patent Office, with a paper containing thl9 notice. je 23?.awiw [No.564 ] OT1CK OF THE REnOVAF, OF THE LlND OFFICE FROM DACORKAH TO OSAGE, IN THE Sl'ATE OF IOWA In a cerdmc* with tue provisions of the a?t of Congress enti led '? An act authorizing changes in lite W'CitiOB of land approve! Ma cli 3d. 1853, It Is b?>ebv declared a d mtde known that the land office for the hale of public lands at DacoT*h, In tie Slate of Iowa, will be wraovt d to the town cf Osa.e, In said Stite, from and after the thirty-first d y of July next. Given under inv hand at the i.ityof Washing ton, this twentieth day of June. A D 1^56 THOS. A HENDRICKS, Commissioner of the General Lacd Office, je 23-1 awti w rNo. .'6:.] Notice of the Withdrawal of Lards in Michigan. IN PURSUANCE OF THE ACT OF CON gre?s, approved :Jd June, 1-536, making a grant ( f 1 nd to the ttiteol MIc lga i to aid In the con struction of certain rallrcads In said State, in struction hive just b-en given by this office to the Registers end Receivers to continue th?* reser vation from sale and 1 cation of the foil ?wing de scr bed lands as probably falling wltMn the pre scribed lliblts of selection, u ittl otherwise di rected as heretofore ordered by telegraph ou the 30 h of viay last, to wit: Office at Ucncan : All tfce lands In the district, in the Southern peninsula,b*lw en ran** 1 west and 11 west south of townshl p 34; also, In the Northern peninsula, all the lands north of town ship 39 and w<st 1f ranye 19 west. Office at Ionia : All the lands In the district, exce t all those townships 11, 12,13, and 14 lying west of range 14 wi*st. Office at Ut 'isKB : All the lands In the dis trict, except those township* situated north of tov.nthipl7 andeistof range 3 east, and tioae north - f township 10 and ea*t of ran^e 7 east Office tDETR .t : All the lauds in the district lvlng between townstlps 3 and 11 north, and all situsud west of range i east Office at Kalamazoo : All the lands In thedls trlct lying eas* o range 6 west Office at Haclt Ste Maris: All ths lands in the dlstilct ? tua.ed south of township 51, in ianges 20 to .11 Inclusive. nouth of township 52, In ranges 32 to 34, Inclu sive i*outh of township 53 In ranges 3> and 36 South of township 54, in rangs?37 and3^ N r h of townshp 46, In ranges 39 and 40; and North o' township 4? In r inges 41 and 42 These latter, embracin< nearly all the lands ad vertised In the Prssldeni's pr clamatlon No 653. to be offered nextJulv at Saulti5r?. Marie, which *111 not, therefore, be offered at ths pub:lc sale tber In ordered. Given und.r my hand, at the General Land Office, at the city of Washington, this thirteenth day of June, 18*6 THOS. A. HENDRICKS, je 16? law6w Come Iss oner. Ttlia IS TO HIVE NOTICE, That the s bserlber hath obtained from the Orphan's Csurt of Washington County, In the District Oi Columbia, letters of administration on the per sonal estate of William Pnlll'ps, late of Wash ington County, deceased All persons having clal'ns sgslnst the said deceased are her'b* warned to exhibit the namts wit i the vouchers thereof, to the *ub crller on or before the Inth day of June n-xt: th*y may otherwise tiy law be ex luded from all bentfi or said estite. Given und r my hand this lu h day of June, '836 JAMES ?-HILLFIS, Je 17-w3w* Adml' I t'ltnr ? corporation aruca ?-,?uo c>n?o washlngton stock for sale at - -? ?? --?s?6ss/H iui sue ii fskS??tf CHUBB BROTHERS, BUY AND SELL FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EXCHANOX; FURNISH DHAFTS On ill Parti of United States and Xarop?; COLLECT DRAFTS Oa all parts of United States and Europr, DRAW RILLS ON IRELAND FOR ?1 OR UPWARDS: BUY AND S V LL BONDS, STOCKS. A OTH fc'.R SECURITIES; NEGOTIATE TIME PAPER. (iTMtaeBt paying 10 V ud ???r, far sale* LAND WARRANTS. We are at all times Purchasing, end have for Sale, LAND WARR ANT8of all denomination! Land Warrants located in Iowa, Wisconsin, or Minnesota. CHUBB BROTHERS, Jan 23-tf Bankers, opposite the Treasury. J. CONNELLY, Undertaker No 433 Seventh strut. wdl ?id*, tot. G and H, WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM the citizens of Washington and the adjoining counties that he 1st prepared to attend to all orders it the shortest notice and on the most liberal terms, He will spare no pains to give entire satisfaction on all occasions. He guarantees to preserve the dead In the warmest weather for any length of time. ? A large supply of reo.dy made COFFINS of all sizes and qualities, always on hand. Shrouds, Carriages, Hearses, and every other article furnished of the bestquallty. A share of the public patronage is respcetfnUy lollcited. mar ;'4-tf SINGER'S Improved Sewing Machines To wb ich was grtnted the Highest Award of the Paris hxhib'tion, thereby receiving tho World's Verdict of Superiority. The improvements in this ma chine has simplified them in many respects, and they arecapabl-*of executing tw'ce the amount of sror* they did formerly in any given time They are without question the only Machine* 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 chanue of neeale 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 pu'ehase, as they are built strong and durable, and not likely to g*t out of order. We h tve machines with guages attached, for binding hats, cap-fronts, gaiters, Ac. Silk, Thread, Cotton, N*edles, Ac., constantly on hand, at the lowest rates. Persons desirous of Information regarding Sew ing Machines will please address I. M SINGER A CO., 105 Baltimore street, Baltimore N. B.?We are prepared to exchange these ma chines for old machines of any kind T rim* lib eral Person* who have been induced to purrhasc inferior machine- under the pretext of being cheap, will find this a benefit Indeed. mar 10?tf ANTHONY BLX'HLY, UNDERTAKER, 8hop acd Residence No 303 Penn'a avenue, south side, b tween 9th and 10th sts Having provided himself vvith an ELEGANT HEARSE, and all nccessarv conveniences fori properly conducting hL business, would respectfully inform the public that he is fully prepared to fill all orders entrusted to him, at the shortes notice, and in the best manner A large supply of READY-MADE COFFINS of all sizes, alwa s on hand, which will be fur nished on the most reasonable terms As heretofore, no pains will be spared to give entire satisfaction on all occasions. N. B.?Resid ng on be premises, orders will he promptly attended to at all hours feb 7-ly IKON MALI. BOOT, MlOE, A TM'fll I ESTAB1 I-H MKNT.-l have thi* day received a large as* rt roent of > adies' and Gentleim n's Inn and Wrod, frame Trunks;' also, Honnet Box es, Hat Cases, Carpet Bags, of all stvles. Ladies' new style Gathers all rotors; and black, bronze, and colored ?>aiters. will and without tlp?, at $1 Misses', C> i dren's and In fa t's Shoe*. all styl-s Hents, Boy? and '? ouths Patent Leather and French Calf Boots and Shoes from SI to $5. Call and examine my mock before purchasing elsewhere. S. P. HOOV R, Iron Hall, je lJ-tr Pa. av., bet'n tf'h and loth sts QQO TKII*VkN QOQ TTTE HAVE JUS ? RrCEIVED A bOOD VV as^crtm nt of Sole L'ather Traveling Trunks, Ladies' Dress ?=L*j?_ and Packing Trunks, Hat Boxfs, Valises, Capet Bags S*t<h?-ls.' Ac , which we will dispose of at very lew prices. WALL A S TEPHKMS. Je Il-tf 3*22 Pa avenue, next to Iron Hall. CHAUNCY WAKKINER, WATCHMAKER AND J^WtLER, A.MD DKALKK IN Pine Walclies, Jewelry, and Silver Ware. C^OLD SEALS. FOB AND VEST CHAINS, * FINK J KWELRY, SIL VER SPOONS. FORKS GOBLETS, CUPS, Ac., for sale at New Y rk prices. REPAIRING ?The Chronometer, Duplex, Lever, Cylinder, Repeating, Musical, and other tt^TCHES repair d Also, JEWELRY, Ac No. 370 Pennsylvania Avknck, b* tw'n Mxth and Seventh streets. Browns' Hot<*l bill ding, sign of the GO .DEN WATCH KS, ap*29-tf Washington ORKAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF BOJTS AND GAITERS I HAVE ON COMMISSION, FOR * I'HIL adelphia manu facturer, a 11 st rate Sewed or Pegged Calf-S>ln BOOT at S'MlAjfciil as good as t^sffu^ually sold at 85 or K>; a<d a French Calf Patent Leather GAITER at S3 50, as i>ood as any at $5; a flr*t rate Calf Gaiter at $2 50,the-e are the oest goods that Is (or *ver were) sold In the District for the price; for the Jiroof, come and see or yourself. Terns po*l?'ve v cash. No extra p oftt charged to o fse* b d dabt?. Call a* the NEW YORK HAT STORE, Sevei-U street, near Pennsy.vania avenue. m 24-tf ANTHONY, A-ent. fiOfVlN WAREKUOM, As. J WILLIAM PLANT A CO., VNDERYA ? KERS?residence418 Seventh | itreet, betvreen G and H streets. Interments procured in any ground - ?r cemetery. Cofllns, Caps, Shrouds, Carriages. Searse, and every article for interments ct he best quality furnished al short notice, ou the cost reasonable terms, and at all hcjrs of the tight. Having the exclusive right of Crump's Patent Corpse Preserver, we guarantee to keep the iaad for any length of time. JyU?ly MRS. >1. E. I1AKVEY, (SnccK?soa to Jambs F. Haevky, dkcbased,) UNDERTAKER, No. 410 Seventh street, betio-ta G and H, Begs leave to inform the public that she h*s In her employ the same persons that were formerly

In theesta^llshment, whearefully competeut teconduct tae Undertaking Business; tnd that every at ention will be gl/en to calls, day or night, as heretofore. in 19 6m I1ATI! HATS! JUST RECEIVED A FULL SUPPLY OF fin* drab Ueaver ventila ted HATS, which 1 otter at 93 SO; they are the best H*ta ler the prloe in the United States The best blic* dress Hats got up in ths latest s:yle for S3 50 as <ood as those usually sold at S3; and a good fashion able Hat at S <, worth Si ; and a first-rate Hat, ?*2 50. The be-t materials and tue best workmanship Is employed to produce a SS Hat, which is sold for S3 50. We do a c sh bus'nes*, meet with no los ses, but give each customer full value for Lis mo^ey Pelt and Straw Hats unusually low. N B Agent for Drlscoll's ftalin of a Thousand Flowers Price 25 cents per bottle ANTHONY, 7th street, near Pa ayenue, Agent for a New York Hat Company. in 24-tf JONAS P. LEVY, mrOKTlt ANB DIALBK III vurzs( LIQUORS, CIGARS, AMD ?IVX GROCERIES, ? antral Commission A Forwarding Merchant INSURANCE AND BILL BROKER, No. 474 Pa. av., two doors below U. 8. Hotel, Wasuihsto* City, D. C. ?? j-ly WIHE DISH COVERS, round and obTmg, all sizes, lor sale low bv I Je 9-tr 9. PRAN018,410 7^1 DOCTOR ROOTl 1I9'8 CELEBR*TKD . GERM AM BITTERS FIIF1IID ?T Dr. C. H JACr-ow ?'hilad^hU,Pa , WILL irrtCTViLLT era* IIVFR 10MP AiNT, DYSPEPSIA, I1UNOICB. raKONIC OR NRKVOUS DB v bl1it??. Dlrim of ths Kldneva, and 11 Dla oases arising from a Dl-ordered Liver or Stomach The pr prietor. In calling tbe attention of the ?poblic. to this p?ep?ratlon, does so with a feeing of the utmost confidence In lta virtue*and adapta tion to thsdiseaaes for which it ia recommended. It la no new and untried article, bo' one that haa stood the teat o a ten years' trial b fore tbe American people, and its reputation and sale is unrivalled by any aimilar preparation* extant. The teat1 m on y I n i ta favor given by the most prom inent ard well known physi Ian andindi Idnals In all psrta of the country la Immense, an* a care ful perusal of the A maa-c, published annu lly bv tbe proprietor, and to be h?d gratia of any or hia agent*, cannot but aa'lafv the most akepMcal that this re-wedy is really deserving the great eel ebrl'y it bas obtained Principal office and manufactory No W Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa. RRADTHE FOLLOWING: Moioaktown, Va , Angu-t4,1856. Dr C. M. Jackson?Dear Mr:?The >alM of the Bitters are Increasing, an<l what speaks vol urae~ in their fav< rl? th tall who bave used them speak highly of their effects No medMn# that 1 sell giv-s anch gem ral satisfaction, and the de mand for it exce ds all precedent; and I assure vou it affords me pleasure to sell such a remedy. Our physlcUns no longer scowl at it, but are com pelled >o at knowledge It* intrinsic value, and he great- r pa t of th- m have had oagnanimly suf ficient o lay a?ide their prejudlclesand prescribe It in their practice. Respectfully vOurs, F M. CHALFANT. For sale b*> storekeepers and druggists in every town ard vlMage In the United PrUe 75 cents per bottle Z D G1LMAN, Washington, and JOHN 8. KiDWELL, Georgetown, Agon s. je 7-6m TO ALL THAT VALUK THE IK SIGHT WJ zsm lacvsA ISH E8 to call the attention to all that aufei with defective sieLt, caused by <u/e. sics ness and particularly from elassea injudiciously selected, to his superior SPECTACLES and GLASSES carefully ground by himself to a true spherical accuracy, and brilliant transparency, ?uited precisely and beneficially to tbe wearer ac cording to the concavity or convexity of the eye. Very numerous are the il* effects caused to tbe precious organ of sight from the commencement of using glasses !n notching precisely suited, by the use or an Optom*tir; ana tne practice of many years, enables him to rneavre the focal disease of the eyea, and such glasses that are absolutely re quired wl'J be furnished mih praclMon and satis faction. J. T. acknowledges the rery libera- oac&ore&e meat already obtained, and further* thr pa tronage of those that have net yet availed th r selves of his aid Persons that cannot convenhaMy e.tdl; by send ing the gla 'sen In use. and stating how many Inchts they can read this print with their apes'a clfcs, can be supplied with each that will lmprovs their alght. Innumerable testimonials to be aeen ; ana ;erer ences given to many who have derived the greatest ease and comfort from his glasses Circulars to be had gratis, at his office. No. 513 Seventh street, three doors from Odd Fellows' Hall, up stairs. Not fort, September 7,13M. Sir?The Spectacles you raade for me nit very well, and seem to have Improved my alght mors thtta ssy other 1 have lately tried. LITT. W. TAZEWELL. I have tried a pair of Spectacles obtained frcrn Mr. Tobias, and ind them of rrcat assle'ance ts mv sight, and corresponding xrith his descrlp'.ica of the focas 1 recommecd bin as n siiilfu: o r *1 ?lam. he;-ry a. wise. Mr. J. Tsbiis: Sir?The pttlrof is pec tames ye* fcrniahrd me yesteiday are particularly saitsfM (cry to me Tney are very decidedly tne 'oest 1 possess, and I am the owner of eight or nlrc pair, carefully selected in different places a??d trow op ticians recommended to me on account of their st-vdlng in Enrland, France and th( Inited States. I have been clso pleased w:tk your remark's end directions on th& trcatnen ?i the eves, for the purpose of preserving aod litprev lag the s'.j'ht. Ucspe^tfuily. vo?irs. CSAS. CALDWELL. Prslesjorof M. C., Lculaville, Ey. Ltichbsjs, Nov 10, ltJ5l. Kr. J aha Tobias having furnished me with ?lusses, by which I have been greatly aided (my vision having suffered greatly from reading at sight in my earlier life) it affords me the bl^neat pleasure to say that I consider h!tn a skillful prac tical optician, and well prepared to aid whs may aei?d his professional servicers. WM B. FOSZiE. Elder of Methodist Coafereate. WimiJisroK, N. C., Jan. 27, lb54. Mr. J. Tobias: Dear Sir?I am happy to sty that tbe Spectacles which 1 obtained from you last week are entirely satisfactory From kc Inequal ity In the visual rnnge of my eyes, I have hereto fore found great dlJflculty in getting glasses of tbs propeT focal distance It affords cie pleasure ta state that, by the aid of your optometer, tais d'ffi ?olty haa been happily obviated eo that t'ieglasset you furnished me are decidedly the bt*t adao ed ts mv ??m of any I have ever yet u^?d ?try respectfully, yours, K. B DRANE, Rector of St J antes' parish Department of Interior, May 7, 1955. From natural deffecls and the unequal range oj ay eyes, I have been compelled to use glasses foi several years 1 have tried different optician without obtaining glasses parfectlv ittei to a?> ?yes. Four months since Mr Tobias made two pairs especially for me, which I ba*e found t< serve me perfectly. By the use of his optorrete be is enabled to adapt Glasses mlr.utelv to the eye. 1 most cheerfutly recommend Mr. Tobias to al having occasion to usegiasses, and bear my teitl atonT as to his skill as an optician. HENRY E BALDWiH, Assist. Sec1? ta L*ad Wamau JY1WJ PRIVATE MEDICAL TRKAT1SB OS TH* PEiLosomicir. view of mabsiaoh ST M . B. LA UftOIJ. Ct, ALBANY, N. Y., 350 Paget mmd 130 Fint, Plaiu.and C#J#r?d Litk ograpAs and PttMS. PaiCB OltLT Twmtt-Fivi Cbntb. 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It is a truth ful adviser to the married ana those contemplating marriage; Its perusal la particularly recommend ed to persona entertaining aecret doubts of theli physical condition, and who are conscious of hav ing hazarded the health, happiness, and privilege to which every human oeing is entitled PrloeTWENTY-UVE CEN'IS per coDy, oi Five Copies for One Dollar. Mailed, Lee of post age, to all parts of the United States N. B.?Those who prefer may cooa ilt Dr. LA CROIX upon any of tne diseases upon which thia book treats, either personally or by mail. Medi cine sent to any part af the U nion according to di rections, safely packed and carefully secured from all observation. Address Dr. M. B LA CROIX, No. 31 Maidea Lane, or Post Ofloe Box 57* Albany, N. Y. JO* Office open daily .from 9 a m to ? p m. and on Sunday from 3 until Sp. m. inr Office REMOVED from No. H Beaver al. ta 31 U*id4n Lhi, Alb* ay, Yfk. dee 28?ly WATCHKS-WATIUKR-W ITCHES ? Juat received, a gre*t asao tincut of A Gold and Silver WATCHES, higc and ?*? * ?" Xji C low prlca, which I wl 1 aeil cheaper than can be bought in ^Vashlngton i ?? *OB1NtioN'8' Jeweler, m HB>lm M0 Pa. a*, opp Browa's Metal. ? OPHAHI ft lORFLIT*! NEw AND CHtAP ADDLI. HASHES* AWD TEU1TX ST?*? 4?l Seventh *t . opposite Odd Fellows' Hall MESSRS TOPHAM. KVft Ute of Philadelphia, and ?Cg (??VNOR flet of this ? leapectfUlly announce their friends and the public, that they have com ? menced the Saddling Business at the above stand where they will make and keep constantly oa hand a large and superior assortment of?Me a'. Ladiea' aad Boys' SADDLES, BK LDLKS. MARTINGALES.and WHIPS I1ARNESSo# errry description, Wb for city and country oae All kinds of TRUNKS, VALISES, and CAR PET BAGS Ladies' SATCHELS, TRAVEL ING BASKETS,apd FANCY WORK BOXES. HORSE BLANKETS. COVERS, COLLAH9, and HAM ES Horse,Spoke, and Dust BRPSH KS CARDS, CURRY COMBS, SPONGES, ftc.fte. All material used will he the best that can be obtained; and both of us having been rrartlea! workmen for several years, we feel confident that our work cannot be surpassed, either for style or durability By unremitting efforts to give satis faction we hop* to merit, and respectfully solicit, a share,of public patronage. Particular attention paid to ecverlag Trvaks and repairing all kinds of work. ;*eddl???: toolsconstantly op kaad. aev 7?tf ALWAYS IOMKTHMH NKWT~ READ THIS, OLD AND YOUNG! Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative WILL RESTORE toRAY HAIR TO ORI glnsl color permanently; made to grow up on bad heads; remove all dandruff or Hrhlng; destroy all dismasts of the "calp; and If used once or twl<-e a week regularly, will prevent the hair from becoming gray or falling, to an tmagiaable age Read the following testimonials, and wr defy you to doubt, (says tne Waverly Magazine.) Success to the genius whose tonic we say, Turns back to Us color the Hair that was gray. SOMETHING WORTH KNOWING ?? By using Professor Wood's Hair Restorative, grsy hair can be permanently restored to its origins' color. The subjoined certificate was received from Johnson ft Stone, Gardner, Me . and is bu one of the many Instar res that are dally coirls}. to our knowledge of Its wonderful effects It Is no logger problematical. but a self-evident truth as hundreds of our community can testify ?So# f#? Htrali. Siisiiia, Me, Jane 2*. 185* Ma H. Dyxs?Dear Sir: I have used two bot tles of Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative, and car truly say it is the greatest discovery of tne age to restoring and changing the Hair Before i>?lng It I was a man of seventy. My hair has now al talned its original color. You can recommend 1. to the world without the least fear, as my caw was one of the worst kind Yours respectfully, DAN'L N. MURPHY Caxltlx, 111., June27, 1853 I have used Prof O J Wood's Hair Restore tlve, and huve admired its wonderful effect. My hair was becoming, as 1 thought, prematureli gray; but by the use of the * ? Restorative" It ha resumed its original color, and. 1 have no doubt permanently so SIDNEY BREESE, Ex-Senator United States HAIR RFSTO RATIVE ?la our columns to day will be found Prof. Wood's advertisement o: th?- above article, to which we call attention What it has done, we ha7c witnessed upon aev era! ofouracquaiLtanccs In St Louis. Hair one gray met our view, black or brown as the cas< might be, being the color of early manhood; an< as fine aad glossy as silk, and that without an* other application than the Restorative If it ha? done this npon others, will It not da the same fo any of onr readers whose "frosty prows" wen once like the 44 raven locks" of Lothier* warlike chief, if they will try It. We think so.?Jackson flit Constitutional. Oct. 5, 1653. THE ORE ATEST DISCOVERY OF THE AGE ?It seldom occurs that wa notice, unde' any circumstances, patent medicines, reatora tlves, or anything of the kind, for we have a pre Judicr against n osi of them But cando- com P?ls usto Invite attention to the advertisement < f IrofesHor Wood's Hair Restorative We are to< uvenlle to require anything ef the kind, butsom* nstances of Its use have come to our knowledge which almost assures us that it is a snverelg remedy against the hair becoming premature!* gray It is not a 44 Hair Uve." but upon Its ap fillcatlon, as directed, the efrect is produced upo. he skin, which brings out the original colored hair, without stiffness, and gives It a glossy and natural appearance We have seen prrsons wh< have usea It, and are mucL pleased with It ij amine the advertisement ?Mtsseutt Htf ublf ar O. I W-iOD ft CO., Proprietors. No. 3lt Broadwai New York, and 114 Market street, St Louis, Missouri C sTOi T ft CO , wholesale and retail Agent Washington Al^ofor saie b? D S. l yson S Par.,er, undor National Aorel, and aT Dr ggl*t , in eon-etown Vy R S. T Clssel; 1n Alexandria by Peei ft *tev?is T. W DY??TT ft SONS, General Wholeeai* Agent, Philadelphia, Pa. feb 1?dm AYER'S PILLS Anew and singularly j-uccess ful remedy for the cu e of all bilious dis eases?Ccstlver.ess, Indigestion, Jaundice. Drop sy, Rheumatism, Fevers, Gout Ner?ou?ness. Humoura. I ratability, Inflammations Headache, Pains In the Breast, iMde, Back, and Limbs, F male Complaints, Ac., Ac Indeed, ve y f?* are the diseases which a purgative n.ed clnt is noi more or less required, and much sickneaa and suffering might be prevented if a harmless but effectua Cathartic were more freelv used Ne person can feel well while a costive habit of bod v prevails; be-ldes it soon generate* serious and often f^tal diseases, which might have beer avoided by the timely and judicotis use of a goed purgative This ?s alike true of Colds, Feverls' ms. and Bilious d-rangeme. ts They all tend tt? become or produce the deep seated and formidable distempers which load the hearses all over the land. Heme a reliable family physic is of the first lmpoitance to the public health, and this Pill has been perfected with consummate skill to meet that demand. An extensive trial of its virtue? by Physicians, Piof.-ssors, and Pa tients, has sbowii re?ul:s sur;ia*-sing any thing hithtito ki owu of anv medicine. Cures hrve been ?-ff?eted bevond belief, were they not sub. stantiated by persons of ?uch exalted positions and c haracter as to forbid the suspicion of un truth. Among the eminent gentlemen who have testi fied in favor of tbe*e Pills we may mention: Doct. A. A. HAYES, Analytical Chemist of Boston, and State As>aver of friass ehusetts, whose high Profes-sional character Is endorsed by the Hon EDWARD EVERETT, Senator of the United States KOBKRT C. WINTHROP, Ex-Cpenker of the House of Representative* ABBOTT LAWRENCE, Minister Plen , to England t JOHN B. FITZPARICK. Catholic Bishop of Boston; also Dr J.R.iHILTON, Practical Chemist o New V ork City, endorsed by Hon. W.L MARCY, S cretary of State WM B AS TOR, the richest man In America. S LELAND ft Co., Proprietors of the Metro politan Hotel, and others Pills, the result of long Invest'gatlon and studv, are offered to the public as the best and most complete which the present state of medical sciencecanafford Tr ev are compound'd not of the drugs themselves, but of the mcdlc!na. virtues only of Vegetable remedies extracted by Chemical process in a state of purity, and ? om blned together in such a manner as to ins re the best results Tt is system o< composition for medicines has been found in Cherry Pectoral and Pills both, to p:oduce a more efficient remedv ?ban bad hitherto been obtained by any process I he reason Is perfectly obvious While by the o'd mode of composition, every medicine is bur dened with more or less acrimonious and lnjurl ous quallt}e>, by this each individual virtue only -bat lades red for the curai%e effect is present All the Inert and obnoxious qualities of each sub stan e employed are left behind, the curative virtues cnlv being retained Hence It is self evl d<-nc th effects should prove a* they ha epr ved more purely remedial, and the Pills a inot> pow erful antidote o disease thad any other medicine keown to the world They oprrete by their powerful lafluence on the Internal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate It Into healthy action?remove the obstructions of the stotnac , bow. Is, liver, ard ether organs of the body, restoring their Irregular action to health, and by correcting, wherever they exlft, such de rangements as are the first origin of disease. Prepared by Dr JAMES C AYFR. Practical and Analytical Chemist. Lowell, Mass Price & cents per box ; five boxes for tl Sold bv Z l> till.MAN, VY ashing ton, and by all respectable Druggists apb-4m M&. W. HKNKY PALMER'S PIANO FORTE CLA88ES Fin Dollars Ptr Quarter Apply at GEORGE HILBUS'S Music Depot Hen.SV>vania avenue mar 14-tf DK. J. THOHNKt HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN ft SUEQEOH, orrica Ann xxsidxncx, Conor 13th at a&d Mew York ayenno. WASHINGTON. D C. OAoo houra?fi to 10,1 to 4,8 to 10. m7-3m* fnformttioD for Trawlers. ruHimon branch railrou). (1HAN?E OF HOCRS.?Ob and after Nn J day, the 23d tastaat. the Trains wlU "" a .u^ut <>a Bu??ey st4* f m Leave Baltimore at 4* u4 li( i.b,u4)u< IKF ? Ob Suidsy Bl4* a. ?? ?? fUJt T ?. PARSONS. Asset ? KrrilMON HoMTfc FOR TK* WHITE HOUSE FATILION THE mAMEKK THOS COLLTF* OR GEORGE WASHINGTON *n be chartered to* public or ?e wet partlo to tbc Waits Hoa* ha.U'on, F#et ?V ashing ton. Mount Vernon or any pUoe on tit* "otoniac River ^ _ For further particular* apply to t*e Csp?alns of ?he Bottsor to ths President of tbe Oompeny. ap 17-tf RA5G1 A ALtXAyDEIA^BAILE^A^ Great Southern Mail Line I n-TWlCI OAllvn (SUNDAY NIGHTS EXCEFTED\ Between Washing!! City and tbc South! VIA: ALEXANDRIA, ?ORDONSVILLE. AND RICHMOND Lssts WashlngtsB at ? a m MdTp.aa Fare from Washington to Rirhmoad 9i 31 OMNIBUSES and BAGGAGE WAGONS will be at the Washington R<tlli(*4 Depot to ooa Try PASSENGERS and BAGGAGE, h.i ?/ Ckff. :o STEAMER GKORGF ??AfiK for ALEXANDRIA,adls-i tancr cfslx miles, aT ?win* ample time for MeaTi* Tickets procured on the boat Expedition and Comfort are secured by tk'.s iloute,aaltiaacoKTiBVo*al.iRBoir viaav <um liiLtoiD now ALEXANDRIA TO RICH. *OND. THROUGH PASSENGERS r.nd BAGGAGE -.airled without cost tothe Depot of the Peter*bwf Railroad. information of Rorte and Lost ch ained of JAMES A EVANS, frb 11 Agent, Aleiaadr.a, Va. "for H A K P E K'S rERIT, Tit Ckttnptikt f 1 | 0 4ts C*na.. THROUGH IN TWELVE HOURS' '?v<E NEW AND SPLENDID PACKFT 1 BOAT ARGO, Cap' Cbas H Ms?* u, ?11! rrmmenrr making Rfgmlmr Tnpt between JEORGE'IOWN and the above Point, on Mot ?av. March t7tb. 1?f* The Boat will lea ve the wharf of W.H *H 8 <itter, Georgetown. D C .e en* Vopdav, Wed esdav, and Friday n ormng. at ? o'elo- k Returning, she will leave Harper > Ferry ev?ry ruesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, at ??clock. Threcgh Tlrkeu, S2.2S. To Letsbvrg 91 Mfc. ts-Jtefinc <Ai Strgt from Edward*' Ftrrf Famllle* Intending to visit tbe Virginia J*pr1pfs becoming season will find this by far tbe n.ost ?<afe. pleasant, and cheapest route t" Berkeley Capon Sbanondaie, White Sniph'ir a"l W arret. Meals served on hoard at moderate nte? A coach will alwavs be In readiness In Cierrpp. own to convey passenger* to and from the Brat Far further particulars Inquire at the store of vv. H A H.G R1TTER, Georgetown, aud ? W. CUTSHAW, Iiarptr ? Ferry, Va. mar 19?tf TH* FEW YORK A1*D LIVERPOOL UNITED 9TATES .MAIL ST t A >1 t US.] The ships comprising this link are the ATLANTIC Capt Eidrldre BALTIC Capt Comst.~*. ADRIATIC Capt Jas Wfst. These shins having been built by contract ex oressiy for Government eetvlce, every care has bee taken In heir construction, as a'so In tbelr 'Tiflnrs. to Insure strength and speed , and tfcrir .ce.ommodeMon* for passengers are nr equaled for -?lee* nee and eomlort Price of passage from New Vork *o Liverpool in frst cabin. 9130; In second do., S*5 From Liverpool to New York, 30 and 2t? guineas An ?xperler.ced surgeon attached to each ?hip No ?ertfcs can be seeu-ed u? til paid for 1 be skips f this line have improved weter-tU-ht hulk ?>eads. ard to avoid dang< r from ice will not rrosa be Banks north of 4i decrees, until after the 1st >f August PROPOSED DATSS OF SAILIBS. From Ycrh. t'rem Imryill. two. ie?? Saturday Apr 2" Wednesday--- May 14 Saturday .......May 10 Wednesday....May 1ft -aturday May ii4 Wednesd*y....June U >aturday June 7 W.dmsday....June ?5 Saturday June*21 Wednesday ....Jrly 9 ?nturday July 5 W <d;ietoa> .... J uly & Saturday July 18 Wed need a J ... - A u^. 6 Saturday Anjj 2 Wednesday....Aug, M Saturday Avg 16 Wednescat ...>?pt 3 Saturday Aug 30 W edne.-da*....Sef.t IT Saturday bept 13 V ednesday ....Oct. I Saturday. Snpt 27 Wednesday ....Oct Saturday Oct 11 Wedr.e day ....Oct H Saturday Oct 25 edne*da>....Ncv K -atarday Nov. 6 \Vedn< sda) ....N' v *6 Saturday Nov 22 W ?dn?1!U?ay....Dec 10 ^atuxdsy De- < Wednesday ....Dec .'4 Spturday Dec. For freight or iaj>*age apply to ED WARD K. COLLINS A CO., bA W all stre^. New \ crk. BROWN. SHIPLEY A CO . Liverpool STEPHEN KENNARD A CO., 27 Austli Frlara. Lo< don B G WAINWRIGHT A CO., Parts. The owners of these ships will not be account able for gold, sliver, bullion, specie. Jewelry, pre cious stones, or metals, unless bills of lading are signed therefor, and tlie value thereof eJ pressed therein m 1-tr BY RMIRGAD L-'RECT TO THE WEST. Tim* bettcttn Washington and WnoeUaf tut \7i hours ' Rnnniag Time between Washington ?nd Cincinnati 27 hours!! TREOrcH TiraETS ASP BACGAGK CBBCKS TO SB Has im washisstoh. THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAIL ROAD having tfcatty 1m; isvmi Its w esiern ? annexions, now ofl^rs the fu est li-du ?ments to Trave trs WASHINGTON, BALT1 MOKi;, and a . (ortlons of tlie WEST, NdR 1 H* WEST, and tbe SOUTHWEST. Tie onne tlon between t: e Trains from \\ *sn lnjjton ar-d ti e Trains bound West ff m na tl rriore la always i roni t y made at t> e as in?ton Jun tlon ( ate y i a ed ttie Kelay House) 9 miss from Baltimore Tsls is tl.e on y I an^-e sf ??rs required between W aahingttn and tie <? lo river. Bsggiigr is ? be- l.ed turoug1- to Wi>?el 1 n* at tlie WaaMngton Station and re herked and trans ferred there, (with the asstnirer* without f .'rie, for those ho ding Ttiroti^li Ti Wets for elnts V?e yond The onne ting trains leave Was ington dal y at 6 a m aad 4^ m. On Sundays at Uie later hour on y. At BEN WOOD, X miles from Whee ing. tonne, tion in m<ide w it i t> e trains of CI N TRAL OHIO RAILROAD runni; g from B-1-ir, on He Ohio, t:>rou!' Cambrtdr**. Zas?s-. ils. ar.d Newark, t? COLl'MBU -. Tbes^ trains, (cm t at Newark with the ar? of theNewarK . V r.r- be d and randusky Rai r.*d for ^andwsVy, Toisdo, D trolt. CI I ago. > t Louis, etc At COLUMBU' the C O Rallro.d trains ? o.i ne twit t.'ie f^t train* of t: e / 'tu . /.??? ronH to Xenia. Cln ii.natl. Lou^vll e, et* At XENIA <on Lltt e Miami R?1 road onne tlon Is formed wits tue trains through Dayton, to Indian* a o is, Terre Haute. Lafa^rtte, C.^l ago, Ko?k Is and, ft Louis, Carlo,et CI7" Passengers ho ding Through Ticket* far ^IrrnpKu, t'lck-buit. Aa( ??*, Orleort, et*., whl h are also sold at Was' in^on? ar>* trans ferred at Cin tbe Mai steamers on the Ohio. Tickets for h vansvi e, Oano, and K. Louii are so d by the river route. |pT For CLEVI LAND, ard via C eve and to To eeo, Detroit, Chi ato. etc , tickets are ^.d, when t. e Otlo is na\igab e b? We lng and Wellsvl e forty mi es where a < onne' with the C eve and and Pittsburg Rai ro?.d is made. Travel rs are r quested to notice that wfcl e la the on'y routs aflbrding Through 11 kets ar.d Cue ks in Was) ingtou, it is a so the shortest, msst si eedy. and dire t to n< ar y a ' tte oolnta lu the great West Ti e dl*-tan e f:?m Washlngtoa to Cloeinnatl is bu: 653 ml es, l*ing about lw ml es shorter tUaB by any ott er r?'*te! FAKK. HY i llHt' (,H I ii KtT, I l<? ? W 8*1 VOT -v To Wh?* ing. ?? ??: Couia bua 913 65; Dayton SI5 5o;Cin innaiL, e'6 ?" ? Louisvl e. by rai road, fib 65, by a*?anier fr< m Cln lnnati. fit ?H>; Indiana o Is, f 17 5?>, C oe and, SIS 50, To edo. ?'5 SOj Detroit, 915 Chi ago. S20 65anc 919 50; 9t Lo' Is. 9*t- 5?' ard 925, Mem tds 9-*6; New Or ?.->ns. 931. et' uyfrOR frkdkrmk and harpi FKKKY,MAR IINSBL h G CUMBI Rl AND, Bi R KI EV bfRlNG!?. BEDFOK DSI R INbS, "?IEPMONT, OAKLAND, aid FAIR .MONT, aasenjftr> may rave W**i lngton at 6 a m or H p m For the minor way ?tations be'weea Raltlmore and Wlie Ing. take6 a m train fK? Wa? lngton [^7* For trains to and from Ba tlmore. Anna,'** o is. et , see a e la advertisent< tits trr For furt er information, T> roue' T1 et .ap ly to THOA>asH PARSONS, Agent, at Washington Station WM S WOODSIDF. Master of Tnu.s, ?rt*i? B, march B.4 O. R ill mart, fca.tii