Newspaper of Evening Star, July 5, 1856, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated July 5, 1856 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. BRILL I AN T8 BALLAD Oh ! do not look to bright and bint, Por atlll there come* a fear, When brow likejhlne looka happiest, That grWf is then moat near. There lurks a dread in all delight, A shadow neir each ray, That warna ua then to fear their flight, When moat we with their atay. Then look not though ao bright and bleat, For ah, there cotnea a fear. When brow like thine looka bappleat, That grief la then moat near. Why la It thus that fhlreat thlnga The soonest fl jet and die ' That, when most light la on their wings, They're then but apread to fly ? And aadderatlU the pain will stay, The blls? no more appears ; Aa rainbowa take their light away, And leave ua but their tears! Then look not thou ao bright and blast, For ah ! there comes a fear. When brow like thine looks happiest, That grief 1a then most near [Tkomaj Moore. LOVE. Who ssvs he loves and is not wretched, lies: Or that love Is not madness, came mad from his mother. It la the most rea onable thing In nature. What can we do but love ? It is our cup. Lore la the cross and passion of the heart. Ita end?Its errand.?P. J. Bailey. CHILDHOOD. Children are blejt, and powerful; their world lies More Juatly balanced; partly at their feet, And part far from them ? \fordiwortk. EMOTION. I am not camd from stone, and cannot hear Music without emotion, nor unmoved Look on a flower, or aught that's beautiful. [Marston, ARRIVALS AT FSIITCIFAL HOT!LI Natieaal Betel?wi&liam ht. s V Clark A ly. Ml J A Cason A ly. do D K Edeay, Va 8 J Adler, La J H Wyman J H Blair A ly, Va J Lowe A ly, Neb J Gibson, O W P Washburn, Va J E Su tie, do T J E Fox Md J G Johannes, do C C Morse do Miss Keyser, Md J White A ly, Wis A Trowbridge A ly, 111 J B Vllet, vvls K 6 Robins, Fa Miss M Stuart, Va Miss A Stuart, do J S Sanderson, Md W S Wright, do Miss Cralk, Ky J H M Morriss, do T S Nesbltt, Md F Wise, ds J W Klpp do Mrs J p Alston, SC M S Crosb/, Va R B Gibson, do J H Lee, do D C Dlfge*, Md Hon R Moit Miss VI S Mott J E Jobnton A ly, Ct J B Crosby, Mass W H Cheever, U?N Mrs H Harris, NY K?v F Bowman, Ga H C Slagie A. ly, Md Dr J R Nelson, do H Hess, do J 1* Mong, do E W Fore, Ga A Pore, do G W Whllams, NC Miss M Murchlson. do Miss J E Mclver, do H H Panaey; Mo 8 G Compton, La D R Gowdy, Fa J H Harley, Md J I* Balderston, do J Williamson, do 8 Mitchell, Va A J Wa'.kius, Tex A S Pfiater L P Bomguin, Pa R Carter a. dm do J Bonaycastle, USA S G Dawson R Patrick, Pa H S Bovd, USM Browns' J M Ellottl, Ky G L Poor, Ala XV J Morris, do W N Starke, La A Calilgan, Va Thos Cilllgan, do G Svke?, NJ E Wise, Tenn G B Balby A ly, O A Thomas, Cat Mr Peebles A ly, La Mlas Price, Md Miss Feregcz, do 8 Fri-e, La A B Hatton, fam, Va W S stardwcathee.fam, JiY J S M'.hon, do Mrs Fcrme*:, Va M iu Formett. do P W&rsvllie, L.a P Crain, La W B Phillips, Va A Piumer, Pa G W Hoover, Md G A Mrgeatt: Va F W Dixon, NC Thos Pugh, do A Moon, do W J Bevan A ly, Ta J B Cuming, NT J B Polack, O E Caa-iulbtrry, Md Ml s E G O'Brien, NY F Stone, Md R U .Mitchell, do J B Kimball, USN C Barnes, Ind H C Orme, Md J M Elliott, Ky F Graham, Va M R Stover, Pa Wlllarda' Hstsl?i. ?, & |, 4. wiiuil T Muater, NY J E Bozeman, do C Hussey, Md W D \ outh. Pa R F raser, N J C Gibbs, Mass W Graham, Va S Drew, NY T L Hansell, do Col J tt Byrne, Md F l*atzir ger, Va R Kennedy, La J T Boynton, Mass W H i.elghorn, N Y P M 3.idle:, do J Cabot, N Y C J Teuaent, Mo G t* Switzer, do J Balater, Ky T G Wllgu*, NY H Wllgus, do T Hay aa, Md C G Johnson, Ml J a Mudd A lv, Pa Miss Mudd, do W B Pags, Md R Hamla, Ala B P hamlll, do C McCune, NY Col Wright, Pa fcn W Mankin, V W S Park hlh, W J Marcy W M Gait, DC J Marhn, Md J F Buen A ?y, Va Mrs A E Elliott, do Hon T L Harris, ill C B R Kenned#, Va H C Schmld, ao S A Collins, fam, NC G R Murray, do W Mason, Pa A W Smith. Va A R Bennett, SC G H Spencer. Ga G C Kerr, Va Dr Hodges, Md C Scuraef er, USN Dr Jas liunter, Va W O Slad", do S R Johnston, do W H Donoho. Md R S Myers, NC 220Y2MEXTS 07 OCEA* 8TXAMKBI raOM THI VNITBD STATU Na?ss /'.<?? 11 For Dmm. A uisi lea...... Boston.. ......Liverpool ..July J North Star....New York ....South ton ..July 2 Philadelphia New Yrrk....Havana July :i Aim*. New York Havre July 3 Atlanus New York Liverpool...July 5 Illinois New York Asplnwall...July 5 As.a New York....Liverpool...July 9 Hermann New York Bremen July 12 Edinburg New York....Glasgow....July 12 Canada Boston Llverpool...July 1# Baltic New York....Liverpool...July 19 Africa New Yofk.,..Llr?rpool.. .July *3 Lebanrn New York.... Liverpool... July 24 Fulton New York....Havre July 26 taoic isadTi Hermann Southampton New York..Jane 18 Canada Liverpool ....Boston June 21 Baltic Liverpool New York..June25 Africa Llverpool....New York..June** Fulton Havre.. New York..July 2 Niagara Liverpool....Boston July 5 Ericsson Liver pool.... New Yok...July 9 Pe-sia Liverpool New York...July 14 City of Bait... Liverpool.... Philadelphia. J uly IB The California steamers leave New York on the 5th and J'ltb of each montn. IOR MOUNT VERNON. ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS?PARE, ROUND TRIP, SI: FROM _ ^ A Lh X AN L>R 1A 76 CEN TS?The??S&? steamer THOMAS COLLY KR leaves WasLlng ton at 9 and Alexandria at 9% o'clock Coaches leave the Capilol for the boat at 8k o'clock. Coach fare 10 cents. Persons wishing the coaches will leave their rtsldeneewlth George A Thomas Parker K?ft-ea!-. moots on t\e boat ?P*-tf ?EDNEY, CaptaJa REMOVAL. DR MUNSON HAS TAKEN AND FITTED up the house formerly occupied by Major Robert Kevworth, No 339,' Pennsylvania avenue, and la now ready to fulfllhisold engagements and make new ooe? Dr M Is still making those beautiful continuous Uum Teeth,called Allen s Patent, for the exoei racy of which over all other styles of taeth, many now weerlng them In this city, will eheerfullv veuch There Is one Dentist in this altv who has been Infringing the patent. ??^i rriade a bad Imitation of R, sgaiast whom 1 kere by caution the public ,B ?WheMver ? Dentist speaks against Allen ? Patent Continuous Gum Teeth, when rrep.rl, strutted, it Is bceause h? Is irnorast of the process, lncem: etcnt to make the work or Is nnwlllleg to pay for the patent ' Dr M Is now eitraeUng t??t a wlthont pain bv a ?ew and perfectly raf? process ^ ^ _ ^Eferensoe as in former advertise meat. Jelft-tf KE.rSDY FOR. WARM WBATttU* J,2r.lSS2!,v.ed at thk unio-n bot tllag Depot, a large supply of that ensur a p?Med 'onlc for invalid,, OiNGER WINE 1 Al*o XXX Pale and Burtou s Alee acd Hor ? trr of very superior quality, together with a W tsaortment of syrupe of almoet every kind: * 1 ?. w^hlch, together with oar premium Mine wU1 fttrnUhed to customers la any part of W ashlngton or G-?or<etown All orders l?ft at the Depot in Georgetown, er with the drivers of onr Wagons, will meet with Py?P^*itentlon ARNY A SHINN. t PA NISH AlM> MEXICAN BTATliTKt ^ printed at Madrid and at Meiico, being the decree* of the f paal.h Cortes and the Mexican Co gresa. a number of volumes, more or leu consecaUva, for sale at a law price ,Tl FEANSE TAYLOR.' UNITED STATES MAIL. FLORIDA. Pott Orvici Defabtmbnt, ) Jane It, 1856. f PROPOSALS for carrying the malls of the United State* from October 1,1866, to June 30, 1859, on th* fol owing route In tha State of Flori da, In the manner herein specified, will be re ceived at the Contract Oflce of the Poet Office Department, In the city of Washington, until 5. p. m , of the 1st September, IBifl, to be decided <>n the next day: 6857 From Columbus, by Fort Fanning, Shoal Town, O d Town, Clay Landing, Atsena Otie, and Homoesassa, to Ba.r Port, and back twice a month, In steamboats. Bidders will s;ate the distance, and propose a schedule which will make due oonnexton with the steamers plying between New Orleans, La , and Key West, Fit. Proposals for onoe-i-week serriee are also In vited. NOTE. Proposals must be guarantied by two responsi ble persons, certified to as such by a postmaster or judge of a court of record; and coutract must be entered Into by the successful bidder, with surety, before the 1st of October. 1856. No pay will be made for trips not performed, and for each of such omissions notsatlsfatorilyex* plained three times the pay of the trip maybe de ductod. For arrivals so'far behind time as to break connexion with depending mails, and not sufficiently excused, one-fourth of the compensa tion for tue trip is subject to forfeiture. Flries will be Imposed,un.essthedellnquencybeprompt lv and satisfactorily explained, for neglecting to take the mall from or into a po.t office; for suffer ing it to be injured, destroyed, robbed, or lost: and for refusing, af.erdemand, to convey the mall as frequently as tbe contractor runs, or is concern* ed In running, vehicles on tbe routs The Post master General may annul thecontract for repeat ed failures to run agreeably to contract, cr for dis obeying the post office laws or instructions of the department. The fostmaster (Jeneral may alter tbe schedule. He may also order an increase of s;rvlce by allowing therefore a pro rata increase on the contract pay. lie may also curtail or dis continue tbe service in whole or input, at pro rata decrease of pay, allowing one month'sextra compensation on the amount of service dispensed with. Bidsiihould be addressed to the ''second Assistant Postmaster General," superscribe! "Proposals for No 8847, Florida For fu thcr parti ulars see pamphlet advertise ment for carrying the mails in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, dated January 19, 1965 JAMES CAMPBELL, je 13-law4w Postmaster General. N [No 663 ] OTICEOF WITIIDK AW4L OF LANDS in Louisiana.?In pursuence of the act o Congress, approved 3d June, I'sSd. making a grant of land to the State of Louisiana, to aid lathe construction of certain railroads In said S'nte, in structions have just been given to the local land officers to continue the reservation from sale end location of the following described lands In their respective districts, as probably falling within tin prescribed limits of selection, until otherwise di rected, as heretofore ordered by telegraph on the 3lst of May last, viz : officeat Natchitoches, all the lands In the district, 'zctpt as follows: Townships 7 to 13, Inclusive, of range 4. Towr.ship* 9 to 13 Inclusive, of range 5. Townships 9 to 14, Inclusive, of range 6. Townships 11 to 14, inclusive, of ranges 7 and 8, and Townships 13 and 14, of rang s 9 and 10. Offi e at Monroe, all the lands In the district situated in townships 15 to 23, inclusive, which lie ipcstot range 7 east; and in townships 11 to 19, Inclusive, between range 0 east and the Mis sissippi river. Officeat Opblocjas, all th 3 lands In the dis trict situated north of the base line and wmi of the principal meridian, together with the fol lowing : r Township I north, of ranges 1 and 2 east Townships 1 to 6 south, inclusive, of range* 1 and 2 west Townships 1 to 4 south, Inclusive) of ranges 3, 4, and 5 west Townships 1 and 2 south, of ranges 6 ar.d 7 we?t Townships 1 to ? south, Inclusive, of rarges 1 and 2 east Township* 2 to 11 south, inclusive, of range 3 east Townships 2 to 13 south, Inclusive, of range 4 ea?t east Townships 1 to 14 south, Inclusive, of range 5 ?t Townships 4 to 15 south, Inclusive, of range 6 mt Together with all the townships east of range 0 eist, aid south of township 5 south. Office at Grbensbcrg, all the lands in the dis trict situate between ranges 2 enst and 10 east Office at New Orleans, all thetownchlps sit uated between ranges 2 east and 12 eest, and eist of the Mississippi river; and the following lying wist eft ie Mississippi river, viz : Townships 13 to 19, inclusive, of ranges 12 and 13 ? Townships 13 to 18, inclusive, between ranges 13 and 17 Townships 12 to IS, Inclusive, between ranges 16 and 20, and I Townships 12 to 17, inclusive, lying east of range 19. Given under my hand, at the General Land Office, at the city of Washington, this 18'.h day of June 1S56 THOS A HENDRICKS, je 20-law6w Commissioner. Thomas W Robinson, ft al}} in the Circuit 9g i Court for Prince v George's Countv William D. Bowie, las a Court of and others. J Equity. rpHE OBJECT OF THIS BILL IS TO PRO X cure a decree for the convevmce of certain Real Estate, lying and being in Wood count', in the State of Virginia, which w?s purchased by James Roblmon, late of said coun'y.from Benja min Odsn and Sophis, his wife, late of Prince George's county, Maryland The Bill states tbat Mnr.es Robinson, lata of Wood county, in the State of Virginia, in his life-time purchased of Benjamin Oden and Sophia his wife, ate of Prince George's county, certain Real Estate, lying and belag on the little Kana wha River, in Wo d countv, in the Stat" of Vir ginia, containing two hunartd and fifty acre*, at and for the samof one thousand dollars. That tbe said James Robinson paid the whole amount of fald purchase money to the said Benjamin Oden and Sophia, his wife. But the said benja min Oden an 1 Sophia, his wife, both departed this life without having executed to the said Rob Inson a deed of conveyance of said land, leaving the following btirs and egal representa'ives: W llliam D fe&wie, Sr., the former husband, and Oden Bowie, William D. Bowie. Jr . Catharine i?wann, and Christiana McKenzie, tn<? wife of Colen McKenzie, the children of Eliza, a de ceased daughter of the said Benjamin and Sophia, Eleanor West, wife of Arthur P. West, and Maria Jackson, both daughters of the said Benjamin and Sophia, Richard O. Mulllkln. Mary E Cla gett, wife of Charles Clagett, Sophia O Calvert, wife of Washington Calvert, Margaret Alllce Shoultze. wife of Francis S. Shouitze,and Eliza beth Mulllkln, the onlv children of a deceased daughter, Sophia Mulllkln, Thomas H Clagett, the firmer husband, mid Henry O Clagett, Wil liam Bowie Clagett, Thomas Clagett and Julia Clagett, the only children of Christiana, who Is also a deceased daughter of the said Benjamin and Sophia. That tee said Jamas Robinson also departed this life sometime in the year eighteen hundred and flf.y, leaving the following heirs and legal .epre*ent*tlves: Thomas W. Robin son, Alfred Rohinsoa James M. Robinson, Sarah Ann More head, wife of Samuel MoreLead. Prls cllla Rooinson, Sophia Stagg, wife of Edward D. S'agg, Peter T Hsurmm, Sarah A. Triplett, Krankiin Triplett and James Robin.on. who are desirous to procure a valid title to ss!d land That the said Kleanor West, Thomas H. Clagett, Henry O Clagett, William Bowie Clagett, ITjos Clagett, Ju la Clagett, Francis S Shoiltze and Mar/aret Alice, his wife, reside out of the State of Maryland, and that the said Elizabeth Mulll kin, Thomas Clagett and Julia Clagett are in fants, under the age of twenty-one years. Prayer for a decree appointing a Trustee to make a con veyance of said land, and crder of publication against the non-residents, and for the appoint ment of a commi*sloner to assign a guardian to said infant defendants to answer said bill of t om plalnts. It is thereupon adjudged and ordered that the coirp alnant oy causing a copy of this order to be inserted in tome newspai?er published at Wash ington city, once a week for four successive months, before the 1st day of November next, give notice to the said absent defendants of the object and substance of this bill and warn them to appear In this Court, In person or by solicitor, on or before the ftrst Monday tf November neit, to answer the premises and show cause, If any thev have, why a decree ought not to pass as prayed. CHAS S. MiDDLKTON, Clerk of tha C C for Prince George's County. A true copy?Test: je27-F4m CHAS ? MIDDLETON, Clerk. JONAS F. LEVY, IMfOBTBB ANB BBAL1B III vms, LIQUORS, CI0AB8, AHD TINI GROCERIES, fttnaralCommiasion & Forwarding Merchant INSURANCE AND BILL BROKER, No. 474 Pa. av., two doors below U.S. Hotel, Washington Citt, D. C. ??2-1? W1KK DISH COVKR4, roand and oblong , all sires, for sale low hv jet U ?. P RAN CIS, 490 7th street BtHCLAY'l NEW DICTIONARY* con ta'alng an epitome of History. Biography, aad tbe esefui Hsleaoes FERGUSON, Je 9U- naat te Lanosaead, 4M 7th st. TOrMAM * IORFLKT'1 NEW AND CHEAP 'ADDLE, HARNESS AND TRTJITK 8T0E1, tv? Seventh *t , apposite Odd Fellows' Hall. MESSRS. TOP HAM. late of Philadelphia, and ^P^^NORFLRT of this city,. ? respectfully announce to thslr friends and the public, that they have com menced the Saddling Business at theabovestand, where they will make and keep constantly on hand a large and superior assortment of?Mens', Ladies', and Boys' SADDLES, BRIDLES, MARTlNGALES.and WHIPS HARNESS of every description, both for city and country use All kinds ot TRUNKS, VALISES, and CAR PET BAGS Ladles'SATCHELS, TRAVEL ING BASKETS.apd FANCY WOliK BOXES. HORSE BLANKETS, COVERS, COLLARS, and HAMES. Horse,Spoke, and Dust BRUSH ES. CARDS, CURRY-COMBS, SPONGES *c..*e. ' All material used will be the best that can be obtained; and both of us having been practical workmen for several years, we feel conident that oar work cannot be surpassed, either for style or durability. By unremitting efforts to give satis faction we hope to merit, and resntcjuuv solicit, a share,of public patronage. Pastlcular attention paid to ooverlag Ynutki and repairing all kinds of work. 8adolers: tools constantly on hand, nev 7?tf ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW! READ THIS, OLD AND YOUNG! Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative WILL RESTORE bRAY HAIR TO ORI glnal color permanently; mad" to growup on ba d heads; remove all dandruff or itching destroy all diseases of the scalp: and if used once or twics a week regularly, will prevent th? hair ftom becoming grav or falling, to an imaginable age Read the following testimonials, and we defy you to doubt, (says the Waverly Magazine.) Success to the genius whose tonic we say Turns bac? to Its color the Hair that way gray. SOMETHING WORTH KNOWING ' fjy using Professor Wood's Hair Restorative, gray hair can be permanently restored to its original color. The subjoined certificate was received from Johnson A Stone, Gardner, Me , and is but one of the m?ny Instances that are dally coming to our knowledge of its wonderful effects. It Is no lodger problematical, but a self-evident truth, as hundreds of eur community can testify.?Bos' ton Htrald. ? ? ? Oardhkr, Me, June 22, 1852 Mr. H Dt*s?Dear Sir: I have used two bot tles of Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative, and can truly say it is the greatest discovery of the age for restoring and changing the Hair. Before using it I was a man of seventy. My hair has now at tained its original color. You can recommend it to the world without the least fear, as my case was one of the worst kind Yours respectfully, DAN 'L N. MURPHY Ca*lth. 111., June27, leyi. I have used Prof o J. Wood's Hair Restora tlve, and have admired Its wonderful effect. My hair was becoming, as l thought, prematurely gray; but by the use of the " Restorative' - It has resumed Its original color, and, I have no doubt permanently so SIDNEY BREESE, ' Ex-Senator United States. HAIR RESTO RATIVE.?I n our columns to day will be found Prof. Wood's advertisement of ?-e at,0T" artlcle, to which we call attention >Y hat it haa done, we Lave witnessed upon sev eral of ouracquaintances la St Louis. Hair once gray met our view, black or br?wn es the case might be, being the color of early manhood; and asCneand 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 whose ''frosty prows" were once like the "raven locks" of Lothlel's warlike chief, If they will try it. We think so ?Jackson mile Constitutional, Oct. 5, 1653. THE GREATEST DISCOVERY O F THE mUE ? It seldom occurs that we notice under any circumstances, patent medicines, restora lives, or anything of the kind, for we have a pre judice against most of them. But eai'dor com pels usto invite attention to the advertisement of Piofessor Wood's Hair Restorative We are too Juvenile to require anything of the kind, butsome Instances of its use have come to our knowledge which almost assures us that it is a sovereign remedy against the hair becoming prematurely En'-., Uve."b-? 5?<TlU.n! plication, as directed, the effect is produced upon the skin which bring* out tue original colored hair, without stiffness and gives It a glossy and natural annearance. We have seen prrsons who have used It, and are much pleased with it Ex amine the advertisement ?Missourt Republican O. J. WOOD A CO., Proprietors, No. 316 Broadway, New York, and 114 Market street, St Louis. Missouri ..9 ?TO TT A C O., wholesai e and reta 11A gen t, Washington. Also for sale by D. S. Dyson S Parker, undor National Aotel, and all DruiMMst?: b"v p* T c""* . T Vi' fT..* *ON8> Wholesai, Agent, Philadelphia, Pa. feb 1?flin AYERS PILLS A NLW AND SINGULARLY SUCCESS ful? rpm?dy for the cure of all bilious dls eases-Costlveness, Indigestion, Jaundice, Drop sy, Rheumatism, Fevers, Gout, Nervousness, Humours, Irritability, Inflammations,Headache, n the,B,rea?t> 1?Me, Back, and Limbs, r emale Complaints, Ac., Ac. Indeed, ve-y fev? are the diseases which a purgative med'eiue is not more or less required, and much sickness and suffering might be prevented if a harmless but effectual Cathartic were more freelv used Ne person can feel well wbilea costive habit of body prevails j beside* it soon generates serious and -0. diseases which might have been avoided by the timely and judlcons use of a good purgative This is alike true of Colds. Feveilsb sympt'-ms, and Bilious derangements. They all tend to become or produce the deep seated and <*l*te.?rif>erH whicL load the hearses all of 7h.? J.mI ~!.tnC* a reilable Anally physic is ?i 1 lmpo'tance to the public health, and itm L,P?rfpcted consummate fu An *,*l?fclve trial of wi k V Vh>'"lcian?. P'o/essora, and Pa w 8&PWn#r?,?lt* surpassing any thing hitherto known of any mMlclne. Cures h?ve I belief, were they not s.ib I ?tfntlated by persons of such exalted positions fru tl^ ***'' 43 'OT ^ l^e suspicion of un Among the eminent gentlemen who havetestl ?? In favor of these Pills, we may mention: Doct. A. A. HAYES, Analytical Chemist of iioston, and State As^aver of Massachusetts, whose high Profeesional character is endorsed by the * Hon EDWARD EVERETT, Senator of the United 8tate? ROBERT C. WINTHROP, Ex-8peaker of the House of Reprenentatlves ABBOTT LAWRENCE, Minister Plen , to England t JOHN B. FITZPARICK. Catholic Bishop of Boston; also Dr. J R. CHILTON, Practical Chemist of New York City, endorsed by Hon. W. L MARC Y, Secretary of State. VVM. B ASTOR, the richest man in America. 8 LELAND& Co , Proprietors of the Metro politan Hotel, and others. These Pills, the result of long investigation and studv, are offered to the public as the best and most complnte which the present state oI medical sciencecan afford They are compoundsd not of the drugs themselves, but of the medicinal virtues only of Vegetable remedies extracted bv Chemical process in a state of purity, and coin blned together in such a manner aB to insure the best results. This system of composition for um ,Cin?! hf* ***" found ,n Che"V Pectoral and .hi? J A K ?rod^i<> *Jnore emrlent remedy ? han had hitherto been obtained by any process The reason is perfectly obvious. Whlie by the

old mode of composition, every medicine is bur dened with more oriels acrimonious and injuri Z'^^^bLth!^h ,nd,v,d"?l virtue only am ?L ^ i ^ h? curative effect is present All the Inert and obnoxious qualities of each sub stance employed are left behind, the curative virtues only being retained. Hence it is seffevl dent the effects should prove as they ha ?e proved ^medial, and the Pills ? more pow t?7-eyi0?nt* by powerful Influence on the nternal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate it into healthy action?remove the obstructions of ?k b?WeJ? and other organs of the body, restoring their irregular action to health and by correcting, wherever they exist, such de rangements as are the first origin of disease. Prepared by Dr JAMES C AYER, Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass. Price 25 cents per box ; five boxes for 11. Sold by Z. D GILMA.N, Washington, and bv all respectable Druggists. ap R- 4m MR. W. HRNRT PALMER'S PIANO FORTE CLASSES Pivt Dollars Per Quarter. Apply at GKORGK HILBUS'S Music Depot PeossyiVanla avenni mnr DH. J. THOHNE, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN A 8UB0E0IT . *** ifivmncn, ' Coraer 13th at. and New York *y?nne n?u-. VVA8?IN?TON. D.". nU', k#"M 10 w> a to ?, i to ?. THE ?RKATES* medical discovery OF THE AGE. Dr. UNIIEDT.tl R?zbary, ?a* discovered In one of oar com no* rtftni wiidi a remedy that cures E * E K Y KIND OF HUMOR; v??m wonai scnorata bowi *o a com mon PIMrLB. He has tried it in over eleven hundred canes, and never Allied except In two oases, (both thunder humor ) He has now In his possession over two hundred certilcates of Its vir tue, all within twenty mile* of Boston. Two bottles are warranted to eure a nursing sore mouth .. One to three bottle* will cure the worst kind of simples on the face. _ Two to three bottles will clear the system of biles. , A .. _ Two bottles are warranted to amre the wors sanker In the month ar.d stomach. Three to ive botUes are warranted ts sure the worst case of Erysipelas. ... One to two bottles are warranted ts ears aL humor in the eves. Two bottle? are warranted to cure running n the ears and blotches among the hair. Four to six bottles are warranted to eve ?ompi 111 running ulcers. _ One bottle will cure scaly eruption of the skin. Two to three bottles are warranted to cure thf W>rst oase of ringworm. Two to throe botUes are warranted U caw the ?ost desperate case of rheumatism. Three to four botUes are warranted ts eve th? salt rheum. ? . Fire to eight bottles will smre the wenrt eases oi * A^ieneflt Is always experienced from the lrst bottle, and a perfect cure is warranted when tht above quantity Is taken. Reader, I peddled over a thousand bott*es ol this Id the vicinity of Boston. I know the effect of it In every case So sure as water will extin rulsh Are, so sure will this cure humor. I r.evet told a bottle of it bat that eo'.d ancther; after a trial it always speaks for Itself. There are tws things about this herb that appears to me surpris ing; lrst that It grows in our pastures. In ffff slacts quite plentiful, and yet lui value has nevei fcen ^aown until I discovered It In ISM?second that it afceald cure all kinds at humor. In order to give some Idea of the sadden rlin md rreat popularity of the discover/, I will state that la April, 1853, I peddled it, and sold about 6 oottlcs per day?la April, 1854,1 sold over 1.001 bottles ner day of It. Some of the wholesale Druggists who bavebec? la business twenty aDd thirty years, say that no thing in the annals of patent medicines w?u evci like It. There is a universal praise of It from ai: quartern. In ray own practice I alwsvs kept It strictly f?i humors?but since Its introduction a* a genu.. family medlclnc, great and wonderful vtrtaw have been found la It that I never suspected Seyer?.l cases of epileptic fits?a disease weiefc was always considered incurable,have hero cured ay a few botUes. O, what a mercy If It will prove jff<?ctual In all cases of that awful malady?therf ar? but few who have seen more of It than I bare I know of several cases of Drop*y. all of then aged people cured by It For the various disease: of the Liver, Sick Headache, Dyspoi>sia, Asthma Fever and Ague, Pain In the Side. Diseases of tut Spine, and particularly in diseases of the Kid aeys, Ac., the discovery has done more good that any medicine ever known. No change of diet ever necessary?eat the bes yon can get and enough of it. Directions for Use..?Adults one table spoonfui per day?Children over ten years dessert spoon ful?Children from five to eight years, tea spoon ful. As no directions can be applicable to all eon stltutlon*. take sufflclcnt to operate on the boweli twice a day. MAMVVAeTtKBO BT DDK ALU KENNEDY, Jfs. 120 Warrtn street, Roxburp, Man. Paica, Ona Dollar Wholesale Agents?New Vork City, C. V CLICKNER, 81 Barclay street: C. II. RING, ISW Broadway; A. B. A D. SANDS. 100 Fulton street. Philadelphia, T. W. DYOTT A SONS Baltimore, BROWN A BROTHER, CANBY A HATCH. Alexandria. FEEL A STEVENS. At Retail by all respectable Druggists in thr Vulted States and British Province*, and also bv tha Draarglat* nf tb u nt? *-1? Carter's Spanish Mixtnrs THE (tREAT PURIFIER OFTHE BLOOD BEST ALTERATIVE KNOWN V nor A PARTICLE or mkrccry in it!!! An Infallible remedy for Scrofula. King's Evil, Rheumatism. Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions, Pimples or I'ostules on the Face, Blotche*, Boils, Ague and Fever, Chronic Sore Eye*, Ringworm or Tetter, Scald Heald, Enlarge ment and pain of the Bones and Joints, Sail Rheum. Stubborn Ulcers. Syphilitic Disorders, and all diseases arising from nr. Injudicious use of Mercury, Imprudence in Life, or Impurity of the Blood. THIS great rem.^dy, which has become so rap idly and so Justly celebrated for Its extraordi nary edlcacy la relieving and curing many of the most obstinate and terrible forms of disease with which mankind is atElcted, is now offered to the public, with the confident assurancethat no Med ical eiscovrrt ever made has been so eminently successful incuring Scrofula, and all dirbases or tsx Blood,as CARTER'SSPANISHMIX TURK. The proprietors are receiving by everv mall mo*t flattering and astonishing details ot cures made in aU part* of the coontry, and In most cases where the sklU of the best Physicians had b#?a rled in vain. Its power over the Blood is truly remarkable and aU diseases arising from Impurity of the great Sbat or Life have been relieved andcured with out a single failure, out of the t housands who havr us?d it. Carter's Spanish Mixture contains n< Mcrcury; Opium, Arsenic, or any dangerous dmgs, but Is composed of Roots and Herbs, com bined with other ingredients of known virtue, and may be given to the youngest infant or most de bilitated invalid, without" the least possible hesi tation. We have only room for short eitracts from tL? volume* of testimony In our possession, and ail from geatlemen of the highest respectability, well known In their various localities. Please read fc yourselves. We take greet pleasure in calling the sttenUo? of our readers to the merits of Carter's Span'.sk Mixture as a remedy for diseases of the blood. It enjoys a reputation In this city unequalled by an* other preparation.?Dnilp Dispauk, Richmond The Hon John M Bolts, of Va . says hecensld ers it a matter of duty to add his testimony to the virtues of Carter's Spanish Mixture, from actsal pbrsonal observation of its remarkable cure tlve powers for the diseases in which it is u*< d. We have been cured of a violent and protrae.ted Liver disease by Carter's Spanish Mixture. We know it to be all it professes.?Editor Soutktide Democrat, Pefrtburg, fm. We have found from personal trial, that Car ter's SpabHh Mixture Is a truly valuable medl* cine ? Ed. Vergennes Independent, Vt. ORE AT CUilE OF SCROFULA?A preis man in our employ was cured of Scrofula of a vir ulent character by a few botUes of Carter's Spaa ish Mixture, after everything else had felled. Oth er cure* which have come under our own observa tiod, proves to us conclusively, that Is really a val uable medicinal agent. We take greet pleasure in calling the attention of the afllloted to its mer its ?Richmond Revmblicem. SYPHILIS.?I have seen a number of cures <m Syphilis performed by Carter's Spanish Mixture. 1 believe it to be a perfect antidote for that horri ble disease. E. BURTON, Com. of Revenue for city of Rlchmoad. LITER. DISEASE.?Samnel M. Drinker, ol 'he Arm of Drinker h Morris, Booksellers, Rich mond, Va.. was cured of Liver disease of several years standing by only three botUes of Carter's Spanish Mixture. OLD SORES, WL9FR3 AND OBSTINATE ERUPTIONS ON THE SKIN ? See the cur* of Mr. Harwood, a?d others, detailed In our Al manao The number of such cases eured by Car ter's Spanish Mixture, precludes the possibUit) of Inserting them In an advertisement. EFFECTS OF MERCURY.?See the ear* el Mr. Elmore. He was eaten up with Mercury and sould obtain no relief, until he took six bottles of Garter's Spanish Mixture, which perfeoUy restored him to health and vigor. NEURAL&1A ? Mr. F. Boyden, formerly f the Astor House, N. Y., but more recenUy proprl stor of the Exchange Hotel, Richmond, was cured of Neuralgia by Carter's Spanish Mixture. Slnoe that time, ne says he has seen it cure more than ? hundred cases of the disease In which it Is used He never fails to recommend It to the aAlcted. RHEUMATISM? Mr. John F. Harrisos, Druggist, of Martlnsburg, Va., writes of the sin gular cure of a violent oase of Rheumatism. Ths paUent could not walk. A few botUes enUrely cured blm. SCROFULA.?Mr. Harrison also writes of a great cure of Scrofula, la the person of a young laty, (of three years standing,) which all the doc tors could aot reach. Six botUes made a cure of SYPHILIS.?Dr. K. T. Hendle, of Washing ton. DC, who cured an obstinate case of Svphi lis by Carter's Spanish Mixture, says "it acts spe daily on the Blood, Liver and Skin and Is prompt and eflclent in Its results." Dr. John Mlnge, formerly of the City Hotel, Richmond, now of Alabama, nays he nas sees Carter's Spanish Mixture administered In a num ber of cases with astonishingly good effect. He recommends It as *<the most eflclent alterative Is SS6." SALT RHEUM AND SCROFULA? Mr Jos. Robinson, of Wooster, Ohio, was cured ol Scrofula and Salt Rheum of three yean standing by only three bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture WM. 8. BEERS A CO., Proprietors, No. 304 Broadway, New Yora. lL/~ Frice f 1 per bortle, or six botUes for II. For sale by CHAB. STOTT, Washington. D and Druggists generally. eat J?ly DOCTOR H007L A VD'I CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS PIITAIII BT Dr. C. K JACKSON Philadelphia, Pa , WILL BVVBCTVALLT CVBB LIVER COMPIAINT, DYSPEPSIA, TAUNDICE, CHRONIC OR NERVOUS Dr. bllltv. Diseases of ths Kidney*, and all Dla arising from a Disordered Liver or Stomach Tbe pr prletor, In calling the attention of the public to this preparation, does ao with a foaling of tba utmost confidence In Ita virtues and adapta tion to the diseases for which It ia recommended. It la no new and untried article, but one that haa atoed the teat o' a tea yeara' trial before the American people, and Ita reputation and rale la unrivalled by any similar preparation* extant The testimony In Its favor given by the moat prom< lnent and well known physicians and Individuals in all parts of the country la immenae, and a care ful perusal of the Arc arise, published annually by the proprietor, and to be had gratia of aay of his agent*, cannot but aatlafv tbe moat akeptlcal that this remedy la really dearring the great oel ebrl'y it has obtained Principal ctflce and manufactory No M Arch atreet, Philadelphia, Pa. READ THE FOLLOWING: Moioantowr, Va , Angu?t4, 183S. Dr C. M Jackson?Dear blr:?The sales of the Blttera are Increasing, and what speaka vol ume* in their favor la th? t all who have used them apeak highly of their effscts No medicine that 1 well give* aocta g*n? ral satisfaction. and the de mard for It eacet-ds all precedent; and 1 a?aure you It affords ma pleasure to sell such a rtmedy?. Our physlclaos no longer acowl at if, but are com pelled 'o acknowledge Ita Intrinsic value, and the grcatrr part of th*m nave had magnanimity snf fie'ent o lay aside their prejudlclesand preacrlbe It In their practice. Respectfully touts, P. M CUALFANT. For aale by storekeepers and drngglsts In every town and village In the United Staiea. Price 79 cent* per bottle Z b OILMAN, Washington, and JOHN S. KIDWELL. Georgetown, Agen'a. je 7-Sm TO ALL THAT VALUE TH&IR SiaHl WISH ES to call the attention to all that suffer with defective night, caused by are. sick news and particularly from glasses Injudiciously selected, to hla superior SPECTACLES and 6LASSES carefully ground by himself to a true spherical accuracy, and brilliant transparency, suited precisely and beneficially to the wenrer ac cording to the concavity or convexity of the eye. Very numerous are the ill effects caused to the precious organ cf sight from tbe commencement of using glasses in not being precisely suited, by the use of an OptowHUr; and the practice of many years, enables him to measure the focal dlseas* of the eyes, and such glasses that are absolutely re quired will be furnished with precision and satis faction. J . T acknowledges the very libera' encourage ment already obtained, and further solicits the pa tronage of those that have not yet availed them selves of his aid. Persons that cannot ooavenleatlv call, by send ing the glasv-B in use. and stating how mapv lncnee they can read thla print with their spec*, cles. can beaupplled with such that will Improve the! i sight. r Innumerable testimonials to beteea; and ;?fe? ences given to many wbohavederived the greatest ease and comfort from his glasses. Circulars to be had gratis, at hla o?ce. No. Sit Seventh street, three doors from Odd Fellows' Hall, npatalrs. NomrsLi, September7, IBM. 81'?The Spectacles yon made for me suit very well, and seem to have Improved my sight mors thaa any other I have lately tried. LITT. W TAZEWELL I have tried a pair of Spectacles obtained frc_ Mr. Tobias, and End them of great assistance la my eight, end correepond'ng with his description ef tbe foaos. i rocoia(send aim *a a ak'.Lliul or'4? ?1". HENRY A. WISE. Mr. J. Vena* : Sir?Tae pair at Spectacles yer famished me yea'crday are particularly satlsfas tory to me. Tney are very dccidediy the beit 1 possess, and I am the owner of eight or nine pair oarefuliy selected In different places and from op tklans recommended to me en account cf theli 6rof??eaional standing la England. France and the nlted States. 1 have been also pleased with your remarks and directions on the treatment si the eyes, for the purpose of preserving and lmprev. lag tts sight Respectfully, yonra, CHAS CALDWELL, rrefeaaor of M. C., Louisville, ly. LTNCDivae, Nov io, 1*51. Mr. John Tobias having furnished me with ?lasses by which 1 hive been greatly aided (my vision having suffered greatly from reading at night In my earlier life) It affords me the highest pleasure to aay that I consider him a skillful prac tical optician, and well prepared to aid those wLa ?ay iced hla professional services. WM B ROVZ1E, Elder of Methodist ConfereaM. Wilmin?toh. N. C., Jan S7, 18S?. Mr J Tobias: Dear Sir?L am happy to My that the Spectacles which I obtained from you la*t "~~>k are entirely satisfactory. From an inequal lty in the viaual range of my eyes, 1 have hereto, fore found great disc olty in getting glasses of the proper focal distance. It affords me pleasure t? atate that, by the aid of your optometer, thla dltt ?vlty has been happily obviated so that the glasses you furnished me are decidedly the best adapted to ar eyes of any 1 have ever yet used Vary respectfully, you?, ? K B.DRANE, Rector of St. James1 i'arlah Department of Interior, Alay 7, iasS. Fr?a natural defscu and the unequal range oi ay eyea, 1 hare been compelled to use glasses for aeveral years. I have tried different optician? without obtaining glassee perf?ctJy It ted to my ?yes. Four months since Mr Tobias made two pairs especially for me, which 1 have found t< serve me perfectly. 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CT Ofllce REMOVED from No. St Beaver it "oilM** Lm4> Al*m9' Ntm Y0vk* WAICHES-WATtHM-WATtMnv. * J roc?lved. a ?rea? asso: tment of A Gold and Silver WATCHES, high and ow prices which I wl l sell cheiperXjl. thaa can be bought in Washington ^ ?? ROBINSON'S, Jeweler, n ?-lm 949 Pa. av. epp Brawn'a Botai. Information for Travelers. ruoneTon iranch iuilmh ^HAN?E or MOI RA.?Oa ard *fu* m*. Vy day, the tM testant. the Trmka? will IJiT m WMWa*to* Ua Sunday *M p rn _ LeifeBam^Wit tyu4IV> ? T ? ? PAK80NI, Aim ? XCDMION BUATB FOR THE WHITE HOCSE PAVlLigy I HE STRAMERS THOS COLL f kit ua 6EORSB WASHINGTON _ V--I can bee bartered for publte or ?. > leet parties to the Wfcite Houae PiTE^f* WaeVtafta., Mount Vernon or an? plMet S Potomac River. Df For further particular* apply to the Captain. ,* the Boat- or to the FrualdeM of the Cemr?nv ap 17-tf ' " CBA?SLZ * alkaitdria eailroad ,-ijT w m jpul ill in. ' Oreat Southern Mail Lie*! WICK DAILY w? (SUNDAY NIOHTS EXCEPTED) BftWffn Washington CitT and Ihr Soot*! VIA: ALEXANDRIA, ?ORDONSV1LLE, AND RICHMOND. Leave Washlagtoa at 6 a m an* T i ? Fare from Waahington to Richmond %s OMNIBUSES and BAGGAGE WASON'j j* the Washington RMlroad Depot to onn. ee* PASSENGERS and BAGGAGeT^., #r Ciarri, to 8TKAM KR OKORiiK * PAGE, for ALEXANDRIA,a dls- * taare of six Bile*, allowing ample tin!^on???7 Ticket procured on the \x?at. Expedition and Comfrrt are eeenred he tkia Route,asItlsacoHT;*eov* itrioi ?ia?r cL?t? aaitnoan vbom ALEXANDRIA TO RICH. MONO THROUGH PASSENGERS and BAGGAGK carrW without ccat to the Depot of Lhe Peter*bur* Railroad. ? Information of Rente and Lost Baecrre ok talned of JA.MKi A. EVAN? 11 Agent, Alexandria. Va FO K H A K P E K'S F fC K R~Y~ fflresa THROUGH IN TWELVE HOURS' The new and splendid pack ft BOAT ARGO. Capt. Cm. h Mnaa iL, wjii commence making RrK*lmr Trtpt bevrrvn GEORGETOWN and the above Point, ca Moa 4ay. March t7th, 1856. The Boat will leave the wharf of W . H AH G Bitter. Georgetown, D C e?ery Meadav. Wed nesday, and Friday rrornflir. at 6 o'clock Returning, she will leave Harper * Ferry ever* Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, at o'clock. Threagh Ticket*, tj.'jfi. ToUitbutg ?l?x,ta ludtnt tk* SUgt /rem Edwards' Ftrrp Families Intending to visit the Virginia Spring* the coming season will ?nd this by far the mart we, pleasant, and e boa pest route to Rerk?lev Capon, SbanondaJe, White Snlphur and Warren Meals served on board at moderate rates. A eoach wlli alwaya be In readlneos In Geer~e town to convoy passengers to and from the Boat Per further particular* Inquire at the store cf W. H A H. G RITTER, Georgetown, and G W CUTBHAW, Harper's Ferry, ' *' mar IB? THE HEW YOEE AND LIVERPOOL* UNITED BTATE8 .MAIL STEAMERI.! The ships comprising this link are the Hai^rir*10 Sapt BALTIC ............ Capt Comstock. ADRIATIC..... Capt Ja* West These ships bavins been built by contract ex pressly for Government service, every care has brn taken In their construction. as also In their engines, to insure strength and speed ; and tbetr accommodations for passenger* are n aea uaied for tiee* nee and comfort Price of passage from New York *o Liverpool In first cabin. ?130; in swond do ??5 I rem Liverpool to New York, 9ft and SOgulneas. An experienced surgeon attached to each ship. No bertl s can be secured until paid for. The shirs of this line have improved water-tight bulk heads, and to avoid danger from lee will not cross the Banks north of degrees, until after the 1st of August. PKOPOSKD DATIS or SAILINe. A#w } ork. F'on? Lte?**#a|, ISM. kui r Apr M Wednesday....May 14 Saturday May 10 Wednesday....May tH Saturday May M Wednesday.... June 11 Saturday June 7 Wednesday....Juns 25 Saturday....... June 21 Wednesday ....inly y Jul* 5 Wednesday ....July *i3 ^a.tu^?y July If Wednesday....Ang. ft Saturday A,lK * Wednraday....Aug. *> Aug 16 WednfMlay....Sept. J Saturday Aug 30 \Y<dn**day....Sept, jr ?*t?irday Sept. 13 Wednesday ....Oc* 1 Stpt27 Wednesday ....Oct 15 Oct li Wedn^dsy ....?ct *v ^"fur^?y Oct H Ue4needav....N*v. u Saturday Nov. s Wedneaday....Nov 2? Nov. sea W? dnesday.... Dec 111 Sa ur^y V? ? Wednefcday ....Dec. 34 Saturday Dec. ?i F or freight or passage apply to Edward? cOllins a co.. ?? - 5ft Wall street. New \ ork ^*OWN. SHIPLEY' A CO., Liverpool. STEPHEN KEN.SARD A CO., 27 Aoetia r rlars. London B e WAINWRIGHT A CO , Paris The owners of these shlpa will not be account able for gold, silver, bullion, specie. Jewelry, pre cious stone*. or metals, unless bills of lading are ilgneid therefor, and the value thereof expreased therein. m i_u BY RAILROAD DIRECT TO THE WEST. Tim* k4twftn Wat kirn glen and Wlutliug but 17J hours f Banning Time between Washington nd Cincinnati 27 boon ?: THBOl'Bt TICEBTS AXC I18SA6I CBBCtS TO IB Ban ib wasbihstor. BALTIMORK AND OHIO RAIL ROAD having greatly improved 1u Westarn ronna^tlons. row offers the fu 'eat 1ndu-<ements to i??oe^erB WASHINGTON, BALT1 aM roetioas of the W EST. NORTH. W EST, and the SOUTH W EST. The onna tion between the Trains from Wash ington and the Trains bound West from Haiti more Is always promj t y m$dp at tiie W'aahington inaction flate'y ?a ed the Reiav Hou?e) 9 ail wi from Baltimore. TLis Is the on v change ?f required between Wasi.injtcn and the O?io river Baggage Is checked turougt to Wtieallng at U.e \VasMngton Station, and recheck?d and trans ferred there, (with ttse t asaenger*) witliout harge, for those ho ding Through Ti ket* for jolnu U vond. The. onre ting trains leave Waahbwtoa daiyatfia. m and 4* p.m. On hundays at u^e later hour onfy. At BEN WOOD, 4 mlleafrom Wheeling, dtrt-1 contifdiov is made with the trains of CENTRAL OHIO RAILROAD, mnnir.tr from Bf'Uir, on the Olila, through Cambrldg*-. Zaaeavliia and Newark, to COLUMBUS Thesetrai ns coane< t at Newark with the < ars of the Newark. Mansfie d and eanduaky Ral road for Sandusky, Toledo. Detroit Chi ago, et Louis. eU. At COLUMBL S tiie C O. Railro d trains ?-on ne. t wit). ti>? fast trains of the LUtU Miami Rut Xenia. Cincinnati, Loulsvll e, et c. At XENIA <on Lltt e Miami Ral road) connection Is formed with the trains through Davton.to Indian a.oils, Terre Hxute. Lafajette, CM ago, Rock la and. ft. Louis, Carlo, etc E7? Passengers boding Through Tkketa for f' '>*Ti? biitrkrs, OrUura, atf , whK h are a'so *o!d at Washington?are trans JtlT1 aLF!n< lnnBtl'to the M*? Staan.ers on tre Ohle. Tickets for Kvansvl le. Carlo, and tft. Louis are so d by the river route. ^#r CLEVF.LAN 1), ard via C eve and to To e<fo, Detroit, Chi ago, etc , tlekeu are *oid, when ti e Oi io I* navigab'e b* twe? Whes ?ng and \\ ellsvi ie (forty dm es where a connection with the Oevcand and PltUburg Ra re?<i U made. Travel'ra are r queated to notice Uiat whfe tfcla Is ti.e only route aflbrci:nji Through Tickets and Checks in Washington, it Is a so the short?-st, mest speedy, and dire t to otarya I the ieadirg points in the great West. The distante from Washington to Cia< Innati Is but 653 mi es. being about Hhj ml es shorter ttaa by any ottier route FAR B, BY I'HKUVGH TICKET. KKwM WaSHINOTuK To Wliee ing, |VM'; Co nm bus, S13 65; Dayton. SIS 50, Cia< innati, ?16 w ; Loulsvliie, by rai road, SIP 65, by steamer from Cln< innati, fli 00; Indiana o is. f!7 ??; Cleve land, S19 50; To edo. ?I5 SO; Detroit. f15 *?; Chi< ago, S?i 65and *19 50; St Lor is. f> 50 and ?*J5; Mi m. ids S'^6; New Or cans, S3I. e<?-. lT7"FOR FREDERICK AND HARPhR'S PERRY, MARTINSBURG CIMB1 R l.AND. BERKLEY SPRINGS. BEDFOK DSfRlNGS. PIEDMONT, OAKLAND, and FAIRMONT, p&ssesgers may leave Washington at 6 a. m or 4i P m For tl?e minor way stations between Baltimore and Wheeling, take 6 a. m train frcm Washington. ET For trains lo and from Baltimore, Annap oils, et?-., see sre? la: advertlaem* nts LCT" For furtlter Information, Through Tl keta. et , apply to TUO.MAS H PARSONS, Agent, at Washington Station WM. S. WOODSIPB. Master of Tnu^|4>rLaMoo, march 1?ti. A O. Railroad, Ba timow.