Newspaper of Evening Star, July 9, 1856, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated July 9, 1856 Page 4
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EVENING STAR BRILLIANTS. A SONG. On a mountain Rose a fountain, Sweet and quiet. and crystal clear to see, Till It bubbled, Sorely ./onWed, And a merry roving streamlet longed to be. go a splashing, And madly dashing, Over the rocks It ran afar f.-om home; And sought ever ? To be a river. The farther and the faster It did ream. Ar the daughters Of the waters The brimming urns of willing ripples lent; Ard away then, With wave and spray then, Longing to grow a sea the wand'rer went. Ah! the pity, To end a ditty With alar k-a-day ! and with a aad alas ! But the river Was gone forever, When out into the salt sea it did pass. f Edwin Arnold. EARLY DAWN. The point of one white star is quivering still Deep in the orange light of widening morn, Beyond the purple mountains: through a chasm Of wind-divided mist the darker lake Reflects It; now It wanes; It gleams again As the waves fade, and as the burning tureads? Of woven cloud unravel In pale air; 'lis lost! and through yon peaks of cloud-like snow The roseate sunlight quivers ; hear 1 not The .Aeolian music of her sea green plumes Winnowing the crimson dawn T? She.lt y. MOUNTAIN EFFECTS. The slanted columns of the noonday light, Let down Into the bosom of the hills, Or. sunset, that with golden vapor bright The pnuple mountain fills.?Trench. AKUIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS National Haul?wiiluk awy. E H J a anew Va J G Wyatt, Md J M Abranis, Cal W J England W McCormlok, 111 J H Campbell, Fa W S McCoweil, NY E Webster, Ga C M Johnston, Md J Samuel, Pa D Lyon, jr, do C Fitz, La J R Stoner, Tenn J B Sherwood; La F Alvarado, N Y C Anrade, do Z Caissade, do T M Wortes, do B Baldwin, do M T Baldwin, do E C Jackson, do J Atkins H K Hoffman, Va Mrs Johnston, Md Mrs Garesch, Mo J M Burns, Ala Mra Lovegrove, NY J Fetherston, La T Lumpkin J D McConnell, Miss J D Ferguson, do Mr Rice, child. Md R McLane, Md Mrs Withers, Ky Miss Withers, do J E Withers, do T Drew, Fa T Hamilton, Md J G Abbott, Pa l? P Cane, Md A Rsmsey, Minn J Bishop, Fa J W Brown. Ct Dr Marrast. Ala Mrs Owlngs, Mrs Clark. Md A B Jones, NJ D Ripley, do G S Green, do Col W Leader, Fa C H McCormick, 111 C Bradley, Pa J B Lam >r, Ga J W W. rrl.l, NY T O Moore, La Miss Moore, do Mrs Hall, Md Miss Carter, do R R Springer, O D C Mills, Cal A W Stark, USN W H Jackson, N Y Miss Jackson, do J W Ross, Cal J W Rankin, ly, Iowa D Bell, NC Miss Bell, do M Bishoo, do J C Kenaall, do J D Clown, NJ J B Conway, ly, do W H Hope, Md D Baker, NY E Farrenstall, Mass W A Waitt, do A C Martia, Tex Col C A Jones.ly, NY 8 Rolner W C Mayo, Va W Field, Al N Cleaveland, 111 F Randolph, Pa S E Randolph, do W H White, Del E P Sones, do A Caker, Teiin Dr ?aund?rs, SC J Silliman, Pa T C Fenney, Tenn E Adnatt, H D Queen, Ky Willnrds' Hitil?/. i. A i. a. wiiud W Nixon, Dei T P Nixon, do J Cloaton, NY J J Tramble, do W C B utnn. Mass J C Spinsiey, NY W t'.edga*, Pa T Ciacon fcly, Ind Miss C Cracon. do Hon A Wakeman, NY A Pizziue. Va Mr Anton], do H W Gray. Ky G Gattls, N Y W Tierman, do J P Dodsworth, Pa W C Changler, do J C Rippley, Mo H Wyatt A ly, Fa Miss Cope, do Hon C C Chaff-, Mass G Furlong, NY J Demos*. do C Word A, ly, Md J S Revikes, Mass T J Ashlock, Pa 8 G Egan A ly, Va J Marguls, NJ 8 Hennlspy, do W Hennlspy, Fa G W Hennlspy, 111 Hon A S Murray, NY M D Bringer, La Mrs E A Smith; SC P A Rost L.a > J B Hubbeil, Wd Miss L Meanlee, Tenn C Hays den A ly, do W Poyne, SC A A Bri?coe. NY G Swank A ly, do W T Hord, USN G H Franclt. NY R Taylor A fan, La Mrs Bungler, do Miss Pungier, do Mrs Duhl. do Mrs Gillian, Va Mr Hunter Hon J S T Stranahan, NY J R Keeler, do J C Cochrane. Md W K Terrill, USA CaDt S N Dawson, do C iv Hayward. Fla A A Keuaard, Md B W Seewen, Va J C Goodrich, do H Weeks, Me T E Heushaw, Va W Dew, do W H Elliott, do C F Coleman, do Capt J C Long A lady, LSN J T Both well A ly, Ga T M Vaughan, do J W Collier, Ala W J fcve, Ga W Huntington, Ct J L Carew, Mich A Balllngsr, 111 H M MllTer, NC F Warren, Mass Col J H George, NH Hon J Bishop, NJ E J Andress, do A S FIzzlne. Va D K Bull, NY L B Van Dyck, do J M Reynolds, do J Peirce, Mass Brswus' HoUi?T.r.*u Ik*** H Johnson, Mi W Johnson, do H Weston, do T Allen, do H Brannard, Md W K Hlnton. Va Mrs C DeBianc, La Miss C DeBianc, do L Brlant, do C Furchle, do 6 A Fournet. do H A Gwynn 4. ly, Tenn Miss Thurmond, do Mrs J B Lancaster, Fa F A Lancaster, do C S Lancaster, do W D J etway, N C E P Cayce, Mo N D Cayce, do J A Piper, Va J D Collins, Ga G Duras A ly, Pa J M Ho'llas, Ga R Slngleswi.rth. Va C F M Garnett, do A M J one* A ly, do Miss S A Hart, do Miss A B.alr, do H L McC?",ough, Pa DN Kerr, do Mrs Smith, do J R Tompert. do J S Barnard, Del L H Harris, SC B F Gwynn A ly, Md T B Gwynn, do W H Gwynn, do M Brotherton, Mo 8 A Harris, Va A B Mathews, do N H Hlndman, NC Miss Hind man, do T Von Schroder, 111 F Champion, Mo R H Battle, NC Hon A G Ta'bott, Ky Dr J W Hale, Md Dr P H Hale, do H Munson, Ala T Cla'k, NY G O Bastrete, do J B H u'se, Pa W Towait, do F Dougherty, NJ W D holllns Ga A Thomas, La W F Ke"y, DC E J Kelly, do C B Kenney, do J W Fowler, do HKP Sanders, SC C A Durgan, do G B Bibj, Ala S K Burkbolder. NY Miss A Jenifer, La W E O'Conair, SC (Mrkwssd tisaae W Mlllward, Fa C E Fllklns. Cal 8 N Darling, do T Milieu,NY D GriHn, do J H Cornwall, do 8 K Danegal, do J P S^ott, do J Brown. Me B Fenthrop, do Miss BaUheloi? N Y i utiwssa D Rand, fam, Pa L R Pjullg, Si Us T Steers W G Bailey, y a Dr Hcd/es, Md 1> A Hniurook, N Y N S BenoM, Mo W Unard, Va E S Goodrich, Minn Hon S Adains, Miss MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS VKOM TBI VIIITBO STATU ? * New York Liverpool...July 9 ""n*nn New Yo,k.... Bremen July lj Edinburg New York....Glasgow,...Julv li ?0,,t0?. Liverpool ...July \ $ ,,, e *^*'w * 0fk-??-Liverpool...Juiv jo f Y.0,k-*?*''l?erpcol..,Jujy -jJ Le >anon New V ork....Ltverpool...Juivai vo,k....HaT,;....;.jU7y'^ D ... "ion. 2 J***? L i ver poo I.... Boin. "V.' Jljl f p?a??:i Y?k'V.July ? ES of Bali"'' I' P* J w York... July 1$ city of Bait. ?LlveilA>ol....pLiladeiphia.JUly IS The California steamers leave New York ontb# ?th and toth of each moatn. CABAS, WOKK ( ASKM, RETTICULKS, PORTFOLIOS, *c. IIUTCHINSON A MUNRO HAVE * recelv?d direct from the manufactures a fine assortment of the above, embracing man v new and ?eslrable styles, and which tliey are enabled to ?ell at greatly ledaced prices Also constantly on hand a large assortment of Forte Monies, Card Cases Portfolios. Writinr Cssss, Ac HUTCHINSON A MONRO, Julys tlu Fa av , bet. yth and 10th streets. [No. 538.] Salt of akemsrfs section* in (Ac Staim of .frlWwisns and Mmouri, and reiteration of withdrawn land$ to market. Br tub PaastDairr or tm? Uhited Statm. fNo.-oo2U?J^? OF LAW? '? FRANKLIN I PIERCE, President of the United StatesofAmer iea, do Hereby declare and make known that public sale* will he held at the places and dates hereina'ter mentioned of the vacant lands in the section* b*ar ing odd nwafer* which remain to the United mates within #u? miltt on each side of the Cairo and Ful ton railroad, in the States of Missovai and AaEATt 9as and the two branches thereof from Little Rock to Memphis and Fort Smith, subject to a minimum of firo dollars and fifty cento per acre as provided by the act approved 9th Febraay, 1853, ranting the right of way, and making a grant of lands to eaid Slates to otd in constructing said railroads, aad specially excepted from graduation aa to price by the act of 4th August. 1864. to wtt: Tn the State ef Asians as: The public sale will be held at the land office at BATtsvtt.Lt, commencing on Monday, the thir teenth day of October next, lor thedispnai of the vacant public lamia within such sections bearing odd numbers, above referred to, a? are situated within the undermentioned township*, via: North of the bate lino and east of the fifth principal meridian. Townships 3,4,5,13,14 15, 16,* 17, 18,ofrange 1. Townships 3, 4. 5, 15, 16. 17,* 18,19, of iange 2. Township* 16,17, 18,* 19 20, ofrange 3. Townships 17, 18,19, 20,21. of iange 4. Townships 18,19,20,* 21, 22, of ran?e 5. Townships 19,20, 21,* 22, of range 6. North of the base line and west of the fifth principal meridian. Townships 2, 3,* 4,5, 12, 13, 14,? 15,* 16, 17, of range 1. Townships 2, 3,* 4, 10, 11, 19, 13,* 14, 15, If, of iange 9. Townships 1,2,3,* 4,9,10, 11,* 12, 13, 14, of i an go 3. Townships 1, a*. 3. 4,7, ? 9,10,* 11.12, ofiange 4, Townships 1,2,* 3, 6, 7, 8,* 9, 10, 11, of range 5. Town?hips 8, 9, of range 6. Township 8, of range 7. The public sale will b? held at !h? land office at Htt.tNA, commencing en Monday, the twentieth day of Octob sr nexr, for the dispo^' of the vacant public lands within such odd numb-red sections abnve referred to as aru situated in the following named townships, to wit: North of the bate line and east of the fifth ;-rituimal meridian. Townships 3, 4, 5, 6. ot range 3. Townships 4, 5, 6, ol ranges 4, 5, 6. Townships 4, 5, fi. 7,20, 21, 22, or i ange 7. Townships 5, 6,* 7, 21, of range 8. Townships 5, 6, 7, ol range 9. The public rale will ba held at the land rffice a Littli Koca, commencing on Monday, the sixth da> of Octobsr next, for the disposal of the vacant public lands within such odd numbered sections ab?ve referred to as are situated in the following townships, via: South of tha bast line and west of the fifth principal Meridian. Township 1, of lauges 11 and 13. Townships 1,* 2, of lange 13. Townships 1,* 2,* 3, of range 14. Town,hips 1, 2, 3. 4, 5. of ranges 15 and 16. Townships 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8, ol range 17. North of the base line and vest of the fifth yrinmpal meridian. Townships 1, 2.* 3, 6, 7, of range 6. Townships 1,2,* 3. 1 5, ?,* 7, of taige 7. Townships 1, 2.* 3, 4, 5,* fi, 7, of .ange 8. Townships 1, 2,* 3, 4,* 5, 6, of ia .ge 9. Townships i, 2,* 3,* 4, 5, ?' ra ire 10. Town-hips 1, 2,* 3, 4 of taige 11. Townships 1,* 2.* 3. 4, 5. of ran*e 12. Townships 1 2 3,* 4 * 5,* 6 of iange 13. Townships 1,2, 3,4, 5, 6.? T, of rangv 11. Townships 1,5, ?,* 7, ol ranee 15. Townships 5, 6,* 7, of ranges 16 and 17. The pub ic ta'e will be held at the land office at Washihoion,commencing en Monday,the twenty sr venth dav of October next, tor the d spo?al of the vacant public lands in such odd-numbered sections xb.ve referred to a- are situated in the following nam?d townships, viz: South of the buie line and vest of the fifth prmaifat meridian. Townships 4,5, 6,* 7,? 8, 9, of iange 18. Townships 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, of range 19, Townships 7, 8. 9, of range 20. Townships 8, 9,* 10, 11. of range 21. Townships 8, 9 10* 11, 12, ol range 22. Townships 9, 10, 11 * 12, of rang- 23 Townships 10, 11, li, 13, 0I range 24 Townships 11, I V 13, 14, of rang.: 25. Townships 11, 12, 13.* 14, 15- ofiange ?6 Townships 12, 13, 14,* 15, 1C, of iange 27.' Town: hips 13, 14, 15, 1G, of iange 28. The sa'e will be held a: theland?flceat Clarks vii.r.^comm.-nciiigon Monday, the twentieth rev j?f October next, for th<* disposal of the va ant pub lic aads within such odd-numbered sections a-i a JOVd relerred to in tne undermentioned townships, viz: - r ' North of the bate line an.l vest of the fifth principal meridian. Townships ?, 6*, 7, of ia >kd 18 Townships 5, 6*, 7, 8, of iange 19 Townships 6 7*, 8, of.ange JO Townships6, 7,* 8, 9, o! range 21. Townships 7, 8*, 9, 10, of ranee 22 Townships 7, 8. 9*, 10, of range 23 Township- 8, 9?, 10, of ranges 24 and 25 Township- r, 9', !u, II, ot ranges 26, 27.28. 29 Townships 8, 9% 10, of ranges 3(1, 31 Townships 7, 8, 9, of iange 32. In the Sta'e of Missouri: The public -a ?? will b ? U .Id at the land office at Jackson, commencing on .Mwncav tbe thirteenth dav of October n-xt, for the d.-posalof the vacant public lands in such odd numb red sections ab .ve relerred to a# are situated in the fbllowiug-uamed townships, to wit: North of the base line and east of the fifth prindpa meridian. Township 22, of range 5 Townships 22, '.'3, ol iange 6 Townships 22*, 23.24, of ia .ge 7 I ownsh.ps 22, 23, 24. 25, of iange 8 1 iwnships 22, 23, 24 , 95, of rang. 9 Townships 23, 24 , 25. 96, .,f range 10 1 ownsbips 25, 26, of range 11 Town-hip* 26,97, of iant? 13 Townships 25, 26,27, of range 14 Fast halt of township 25 and townships 9fi, 27, of range 15 ' ' Townships 25, -26, 27,28, of.ange 16 I ownships 26, 27, 28, of range 17. AtJO? A public kale will b: held at the land office at Pal*tra, commencing on Monday, the twentieth ?av of October next, tor the disposal of rhe va a .t pub ic.auds in such odd numbered sections a?ab ve sitna ed within miles of ,he Hannibal andSt. Joseph radroal, in the following named township', to wit: 6 Nortk ?f tKe b(Ue Une ?-e?| of the ftlh prtw ii.cJ meridian. Townships 56, 57*. 58, of range li The townships designated thus * are wholly with in the limits of '-six sections in width oB each -,d,.? of .-a.d roais and b a-iches, and the n maining townships a'e only ja-tiy within said limits a* d ? ignated on the diagrans which have b?en furnished to the respective oistri'-t land offices by the Co n mtssioner of the General Land Office Lands reserve^ |,,r schools, iniii-a'y and oUier purt>os?s, will be excluded fr-m the fca's I ne lands will b? sold subject to the ri-A/ granted by ,he arta of 10th June, 185J. and 9;h Feb* ruary, 8^1, f,n ii'd railroad* aai b ancbes and ill. (articular tiacts cut by the routes W|t| be i? containing th- quantities respectively ,howi. on .h! official plats without deduction. Each sale will be kerit ooen Io a r;m? . . to admit of sffVring all the lands, but not ex,-?edmt two wecK?,and applications to rnair,. * at the minimum ot : 50 ?tr a re o^ .h : ??ln7 lered under this proclamation will nor h until after the cloSe of iles "C'"V"i Given under my hand, at the ciiv ?r iv. i ? . this tilth day of Ju?e, inno Lf, ,mK,0nJ ei^ht hundred and fifty eix tl?ou?and By the President: FKA.VKLIN FIERCE. Thos. A. IIi.ndii' gj Commissioner of'the Gonc4al Land 0ffic|L GBNEIiAL LAND OFFICE NOTK'P MiSronk4' ?'"??.;n?l ?!l til,- rftter.ed lamlf male bv ihpa f li ,,n * limits of the grant and CuI . ,.; ! February, 18.S3, for the Cairo r* .?<?? i in ioJ'Lr"a *uJ lU ^ hitherto an I iricuio *n,< wer* subject to entry om , !^ , Bt "" date wf W't1"1 awal. will be I 1 d to i-a e and *ntiy at ihe ordinary minimum fo writ"" * er ^ hereinafter luuutioned, Office at J?-kso-, Missouri, on Monday, the 3d <iay of November, 1856. office at Baiesviile Arkansas, on Monday, the 10th day of November, 185?. Office at Little Uock. Arkansas, on Mondav, the 3d day of Nowinb'r, 185fi Office at Helena, Arkamai, oo Monday, the 17th day of November, 1*456. office at ClarksvMe, Arkansas, on Monday, the 24 h nay of November, 1856. Office at Fayetuvdle. Arkaioas, on Mondav. tlie 31 day of November, 18'?G. Offie# at Champafttole, Arkansas tn Mondav. the 10th day of Movembsr, 18*?6. muay.me Office at Wa?tomgton, Arkttn*s, on Monday, the lati day of November, 18>6. 7 NOTICE TO PRE-EMPT/ON CLAIMANTS. Kvery person entitled to the right of pre-emption to any of the above lands to be offered at publie sa.e, or those to b* restored to market, is required I e?tab.i?h the same to the sa iefaction of the regis. "V" V"1"' !a,,d orti('?.*ndto hv l J !L?? therefor within the period proscribed *>y aw, otherwise -uch cla m will be forfeited. I... . THOS. A. HENDRICKS, Jel0-'awnwt UommiMioner. POTOHAL HEKK1NG - ?a lOObbls No. 1 Potomac Herrlmr nsc'iMl ?? pressly for family use ??rin?, I*cked ex In store and for ulelow by ai .^ILLIA* M' CRIPP9, le Loulsl*aa "?enu?, l?etw?en 6th and 7th streets. TUFHAM k HORFIET'1 NEW AND CHEAP f ADDLE, HABNESS AND TBDHK 8T0&I, 4M Seventh st , opposite Odd Fellows' Hall. i>s-A MESSRS. TOPHAM. late sf Philadelphia, and ?^NORFLKT of this city,. f respectfully annonnce to their friends and the public, that they hare com menced the Saddling business at the above stand, where they will make and keep constantly on hand a large and superior assortment of?Mens', Ladles', and Boys' SADDLES, BRIDLES. MARTINGALES.and WHIPS. HARNESS of every description, both for city and country use. AU kinds of TRUNKS, VALISES, and CAR. PET BAGS. Ladies'SATCHELS, TRAVEL ING BASKETS,apd FANCVWORK BOXES. Ac.,Ac. All material used will be the best that can be obtained; and both of us having been practical workmen for several years, we feel conldent that our work caimot be surpassed, either for style or durability. By unremitting efforts to give satis faction we hope to merit, and respectfully solicit, a share fit public patronage. Paatlcular attention paid to cover lag Troaks and repairing all kinds of work. Saddlers-' tools constantly on haad. aev 7?-If ALWAYS SWMKTHINO NEW! READ THIS, OLD AND YOUNG! Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative WILL RESTORE 6RAY HAIR TO OR1 elnal color permanently; made to grow up on ba'.d head*; remove all dandruff or Itching; destroy all diseases of the scalp; end if used once or twice a week regularly, will prevent the hair from becoming gray or falling, to an Imaginable age Read the following testimonials, and we defy you to doubt, (says tee Waverly Magazine.) Success to the genius whose tonic we say, 7urns back to Uu color the Hair that was gray. SOMETHING WORTH KNO WING .'?By using Professor Wood's Hair Restorative, gray hair can be permanently restored to its original color. The subjoined certificate was received from Johnson A Stone, Gardner, Me., and Is but one of the many Instances that are dally coming to our knowledge of Its wonderful effects. It Is no longer problematical, but a self-evident truth, as hundreds of our community can testify.?Bos ton Htrald. Gabdnii, Me, June22, 1852. Ma. H. Dyks?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 chejiglng the Hair. Before using it 1 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 waR one of the worst kind. Yours respectfully, DAN'L N. MURPHY Carltli. 111., June27, 1853. I have used Prof, o J. Wood's Hair Restora tive, and have admired its wonderful effect. My hair was becoming, as I thought, prematurely gray; but by the use of the " Restorative" It has resumed its original color, and, I have no doubt, permanently so. SIDNEY BREESE, Ex-Senator United States. HA IR RESTORATIVE.?In our columns to day will be found Prof. Wood's advertisement of the above article, to which we call attention. What It has done, we have witnessed upon sev eral of our acquaintances In St. Louis. Hair once gray met our view, black or brown as the case mluht be, being the color of early manhood ; and as n.-.e and glossy as silk, and that without any other application than the Restorative. If it has done this upon others, will It not do the same for any of our readers whose "frosty prows" were once like the '' raven locks" of LothlePs warlike chief. If they will try it. We think so.?Jackson v?lit Constitutional, Oct. 5, 1853. THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE AGE ? It seldom occurs that we notice, under any circumstances, patent medicines, restora tlves, or anything of the kind, for we have a pre judice against most of them. But candor com P?ls usto invite attention to ihe advertisement of rofessor Wood s Hair Restorative We are too Juvenile to require anything of the kind, but some instances of Its use have come to our knowledge which almost assures us that it Is a sovereign remedy against the hair becoming prematurely gray. It Is not a " Hair Dye," but upon Its ap plication, as directed, the effect Is produced upon the skin, which bring# out the original colored hair, without stiffness, and gives it a glossy and natural appearance. We have seen persons who have used it, and are much pleased with it Ex amlne the advertisement. ? Missouri Republican. O. J. WOOD A CO., Proprietors, No. 31? Broadway, New York, and 114 Market street, St. Louis. Missouri. C STOTT A CO., wholesale and retail Agent, Washington. Also for sale by I) S Dyson. S. Parker, undor National Aotel, and all Druggists; In ? eoreetown by R S. T. Clssel; In Alexandria by Peel A s?tev?is. T. W DYOTT A SONS, General Wholesale Agent, Philadelphia, Pa. feb 1?ftm AYER'S PILLS Anew and singularly success ful remwdy for the cure of all lilllouu dis eases?Costlveuess, 'ndigestion, Jaundice, Drop sy, Rheumatism, vevers, Gout, Nervousness, Humours. Irritabuliv, Inflammations, Headache, Pains, in the Breast. Side, Back, and Limbs, Female Complaints, Ac., Ac. Indeed, very few are the diseases which u purgative medicine Is not more or less required, and much sickness and suffering ml^ht be prevented If a harmless but ettectual Cathartic were more freely used No person can feel well whilea costive habit of body prevails; besides It soon generates serious and often fatal diseases, which might have been avoided by the timely and judlcons use of a good purgative. This Is alike true of Colds, Feverish symptoms, and Hlllous derangements. They all tend to become or produce the deep seated and formidable distempers which load the hearses all over the land. Hence a reliable family physic is of the first importance to the public health, and this Pill has been perfected with consummate skill to meet that demand. An extensive trial of its virtue* by Physicians, Professors, and Pa tients. has shown results surpassing any thing hitherto known of any medicine. Cures h?v? been effected beyond belief, were they not sub stantiated by persons cf such exalted positions and character as to forbid the suspicion of un? truth. Among the eminent gentlemen who have testl* fled In favor of these Pills, we may mention:

Doct. A. A. HAYES, Analytical Chemist of Boston, and State Assayer of Massachusetts, whose high Professional character is endorsed by the Hod EDW ARD EVERETT, Senator of the United States ROBERT C. WINTHROP, Ex-Spoaker of the House of Representatives ABBOTT LAWRENCE, Minister Plen., to England t JOHN B. F1TZPARICK. Catholic Bishop of Boston; also Dr J. K.CHILTON. Practical Chemist of New York City, endorsed by Hon. W. L M \RCY, Secretary of State. WM. B. ASTOR, the richest man In America. S. LELAND Sc Co., Proprietors of the Metro polltan Hotel, and others. These Pills, the result of long Investigation and study, are ottered to the public as the best and most complete which the present stale of medical sclencecan afford. They are compounded not of the drugs themsslves, but of the medicinal virtues only of Vegetable remedies extracted by Chemical process In a state of purity, and coin blued together in such a manner as to Insure the best results. This system of composition 'or medicines has been found In Cherry Pectoral and Pills both, to produce a more efficient remedy than had hitherto been obtained by any process The reason Is perfectly obvious While by the old mode of composition, every medicine is bur dened with more or less acrimonious and injurl* ous qualities, by this each Individual virtue only that is des red for the curative effect Is present. All the Inert and obnoxious qualities of each sub stance employed are left behind, the curative virtues onlv being retained. Hence it Is self evi dent the effects should prove as they ha*epnved, more purely remediul, and th? Pills a more pow erful antidote to disease thad any other medicine keown to the world. They operate by their powerful Influence on the Internal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate It Into healthy action?remove the obstructions of the stomach, bowels, liver, and other organs of the body, restoring theirirregular action to health, and by correcting, wherever they exist, such de rangements as are the tlrst origin of disease. Prepared by Dr JAMES C. AYER, Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass. Price 25 cents per box; flve boxes for $ 1. Sold by Z. D GILMAN, Washington, and by all respectable Druggists. ap fcMm MR. W. HKNKY PAL-UKR'a PIANO FORTE CLASSES. Fivt Dollars Pir Quarter. Apply at GEORGE HILBUS'S Music Depot, Pennsylvania avenue mar 14-tf OR. J. THOKNK, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN A SURGEON, orrtCI AMD SRSIDBIfCK, Coraor 13th it. and New York avenue WASHINGTON, D.C. OAc'-' hours-a to 1(), 2 to 1, a to ID. in7-3m* THE VRKATK8V MEDICAL DISCOVERT OS TUB AGE. Dr. UNRKDT, of Rexbapy, ?as discovered In one of oar couuon past win* a remedy that cures E (f KR Y KIND OF HUMOR HON PIMPLB. He has tried it in over eleven hundred case*, and never failed except to two eases, (both thunder humor ) He has now la his possession ore: two hundred certificates of Its vir tue. all wkhln twenty miles of Boston. Two bottles are warranted to cure e nursing tore ?toth. One to three bottles will core the wont kind of pimples od the face. Two to three bottles will dear the system ef biles. Two bcitles are warranted to sare the wois ?anker la the mouth and stomach. Three to five bottles are warranted to care the worst case of Erysipelas. One to two bottles are warraated to ears all humor in the eves. Two bottles sre warranted to cure raaalar ol the ears and blotches among the hair. Four to six bottles are wan ad ted to mm corrupt aad running ulceis. One bottle will cure sraly eruption or the akla. Two to :hree bottles are warranted to cure th? Worst c?>Ke of ringworm. Two to three bottles are warranted to enre the ?ost desperate case of rheumatism. Three to four bottles are warranted to tare Ihs n't rheum. Fire to elRht bottles will tare the worst eases of stroll*. A benefit is always experienced from the first bott'e, and a perfect cure is warranted when ths eb?vc oi'aaticy is t 'ke?. Reaaer, i pzddled over a thousand bottles of this In the vicinity of Loslon. I know the eject of it in ereryc.-'ce. Losurers water will extin guish fire, so *ui-e will tali c.ire humcr. 1 nevei sold a be Ule of it but thrt so'd another: altera trial it always speeks for itself. TVere sre twe thlas* about this herb th.U appears .0 .re *.irpris In*; first that It erows in oar pastures, ia seme Kces quite n'crti/ul. tr u yet ..1 value ^as neret n k.:own J.'tll I uiScotere** ?t in 18^?second that It should cure r'l kinds 0/. uaior. Is order toprlve some idea of the sudden r'aa and great popularity of the discovery, I will state that is April. 1853.1 pedd?e<* it. and sold about 6 bottles per day?,n April. 1WJ, i sold over l.oo# bottles per fzv of ,i. Pome t J tits wholesale Druggists who hire o.vt la business twenty s ad thirty years, say that no tnlnz in the annals 0: patent medlcincs wac evn Hie It. There Is a u?lverbal praise of it from all quarters. In my own p.actlce I ?Iways kept it strictly for htimers?but eivcs Its i.- .reduction a* a general famliy medicine, grert end wonderful virtuea have been found la a that I never suspected Several cases of eoil^ptle ?ts?a disease whl'h was always considered ^curable. have been cured a a few bottles O, what? mercy If :t will prove ectual In ai> esses of that awl.if malady?tfcer are but few woo have seen no.e o; it than I hf;ve I know of several cases of Oroc?y.all of theio aged people cn?e/? by it For tbe various disease* of the L.ver, Slrk headache. Dvspepsla, Asthma Fever and Ague, Prir In tVe Side, Diseases of the spine, and particularly in diseases of the Kid neys, Ac., the discovery has done more good than any medicine ever known. No change of diet eve"-ecessary?est the be*; yon can get and eaougk o'lt. Dirtettcn* for Us*.?Adults one table spoonful P7 d^rr,Chlldren over teD dessert spoon fu ?Children from five to ei<bt years, tea spoon ful. As no directions can be applicable to all con stltutions, take vafflcient to operate on the bowels twice a day. MANfPACTVKlD BY DONALD kK.MILUr, N?. 120 tfarrtn strut. Roxburf, M*u. Paica, Oxm Dollar. Wholesale Agents?New York Cltv. C V CLICKNER, B1 Barclav street; C. H RIN6 19U Broadway; A. B. A 1). SANDS, 100 Fultoe street. Phlledelphla, T. W. JYOTT A SONS Baltimore, BROWN A BROTHER, CANBY & HATCH Alexandria. PEEL A STEVENS. At. Retail by all respect?hle Jruggists In the ? nlted States and British Provinces, and also bv >hl Dn??jr]?t? of iltl? Carter's Spanish Mixture THE (tHFAT PURIFIER OFTHE BLOOD BEST ALTERATIVE KNOWN?! HOT a PA2TICLC OP MuKCCKT iw it!!! An Infallible remedy for Scrofula. King's Evil, Rheumatism, Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions, Pimples or Postules on the Face, Blotches, Boils, Ague and Fever, Chronic Sore Eye*, Ringworm ot Tetter, Scald ileald, Enlarge ment and pain of the Bones and Joints. Salt Rheum. Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic Disorders, and all diseases arising from an Injudicious use of Mercury, Imprudence in Life, or Impurity cf the Blood. THIS grea* remedy, which has bccome so rap idly and so justly celebrated for its extraordi nary efficacy in relieving and curing many of the most obstinate and terrible forms of disease with which mankind is afflicted, Is now offered to the public, with the confident assuranrethat no Mac - ICAL discovert ever made has been so eminently successful IncuringScHoFtrLA, and all di-ia?is ? * *H * uLo?D > ?s cA K TKK 'S SP AN ISH MIX - TU Rh. Th? proprietors are receiving by everv mall most flattering and astonishing details of cures made in all partsof the country, and in most cases where the skill of the b?*st Physicians had been rled In vain. its power over the Blood Is truly remarkable and ail diseases arising from impurltv of the great Siat of Livx have been relieved and cured with out a single failure, outof the thousands who have used it. Carter's Spanish Mixture contains no Mercury, Opium, Arsenic, or any dangerous drugs, but Is composed of Roots and Herbs, com bined with other ingredients of known virtue, and may be glvt n to the youngest infant or most de. bilitated invalid, without the lea3t possible hesl tatloa. We h?ve only room for short extracts from tte volume? of testimony in our possession, and all from gentlemen of the highest respectability, well known In their various loca4ities. l'lease read fa yoursolves. We take great pleasure In calling the attentioa of our readers to the merits of Carter's Spanish Mixture as a remedy for dlse;ises of the blood. It enjoys a reputation In this city unequalled by any other prepaiation.?Daily Dispatch, Kickm?nd} Vm. The Hon. John M. Cotts.of Va.,says heconsld ?rs it a matter of duty to add his testimony to the virtues of Carter's Spanish Mixture, from act val pbrsonal observation of its remarkablecura tlve powers for the diseases in wnich It Is used. We have been c^red of a violent and protracted Liver disease by Carter's Spanish Mixture, We know it to be all it professes.?Editor Soutk?til$ Dtmetrxt, Pittrsbttrg, V*. We have found from personal trial, taat Car ter's Spahish .Mixture ia a truly valuable medl. cine?Ed. Vtr^m%*s l*dtpmd**t, Yt. GREAT CUtiE OF SCROFUL 4.-A pre** man In our employ was cured of Scrofula of a vir ulent character by a few bottles of Carter's Span ish Mixture, after everything else had failed Oth er cures which have cr me under our own observa tlod, proves to us conclusively, that Is reailv a val uable medloinal a^ent. We take great pleasure in calling the attention of the afflicted to Its mer Its ?Richmond Ktvublie?n. a & Im.Wi1Jb,aTe.860:1 a number of cures of SyphUls performed by Carter's Spanish Mixture. I believe it to be a fsrfect autidotc for that horri b.ediswse. E. BURTON, Oo.a cA for city of Riohmoad. L17ER DISBASX.?Samuel M. Drlaker of the l,-m of Drlak^r A Morris, Booksellers, Rlch incnd, Vn., was cuiad of Liver disease off several SSSitltlSLS'. 'M'rb0,u- " OLD SORES, VL9ERS AND OBSTINATE ERUPTIONS ON THE SKIN -See tte e" of Mr. Harwood, ahd others, detailed In our Al manac The number of such cases cured hv Cur ter's Spanish Mixture, precludes thS pi.sfbmtv of Inserting them In an advertisement <)F MEKCWHr.-Seetheeare 01 hlm'rhSluS aid VKrre'Whl011 P*rte0Uy re,'ored NBUItALOiA.?iiig. p. Boyden, formerly I N I 'but more reoenuT^prl! etor of the Exchange Hotel, Richmond, wascured that time ip ?lrter8 Mixture. Since hat time, he says he has seen It cure more than a ??'5!wi2ifS?0f thedl9easein which it la used Me never flails to recommend It to the afflicted EHEUMAT1SM.?Mr. Joha F. Harrlao* ^TJ,KRlhtj of Martlnsburg, Va., writes of th* gular cure of a violent caw off ftlwralti.m "a"^'V'n ^f^ou'nj eUBy and efflcieat in Its reeulS." ^"prompt Minge, formerly off the City Hotel Richmond, now off Alabama ..,7. v i MOiej> Carter's Spanish Mixtu^Sn^r^ln^nnm' ber of cases with astonishingly ??d ?K recommends 1...?? mo,.geAcfSf JJSu?1!,' 5? Scrofula and Salt Rh? Ii A? ' cured oi b, oo,, i6 botUe> or botUes for S6 * For sale by CHAS. STOTT, Washla?to? n O .tid Uruggiats generally. ' DOCTOR EOOFL & VS'I CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS rtirAin it Dr. C. K J ACX80H, Philadelphia, Pa , WILL BFFBCTVaLLY CCSB LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICE, CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DE blllt*. Diseases of the Ridnevs, and *11 Dls mm? arising from a Disordered Liver or Stomsrh The proprietor, in calling the attention of the public to this preparation, does to with a feeling of the utmost confidence In Its virtues and adapta tion to the diseases for which It is recommended It Is no new and untried article, hut one that has stood the test of a ten years' trial before the American people, and its reputation and sale is unrivalled by any similar preparations extant. The testimony In Its favor given by the most prom inent and wefl known physicians and individuals in all part* of the country is immense, and a care ful perusal of the A mansc, published annually by the proprietor, and to be had gratis of any of his agents, cannot but satisfy the most skeptical that this remedy is really deserving the great cel ebrity it has obtained. Principal office and manufactory No ?<5 Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa. READ THE FOLLOWING: Mors*stow*. Va , August 4,1?55 Dr C. M. Jackson?Dear fclr:?The kales of the Bitters are Increasing, and what speaks vol ume* in their favnr is th^ tall who Lavs used them speak highly of their effects No medlrine that I sell gives such genera! satisfaction, and the de mand for it exceeds all precedent; and I assure you It affords me pleasure to sell such a remedy. Our physicians no longer growl at It, butarecom pelled to acknowledge Its intrinsic value,and lbs ireatf r part of thrin have had magnanimity suf cient 'o lay aside their prejudlciesand prescribe it In their practice. Respectfully vours, F M. CHALFANT. For sale by storekeepers and druggists la even town and village in the United States. Price 75 cents per bottle. Z. D. OILMAN, Washington, and JOHN 8. KIDWELL, Georgetown, Agen'.s. je7-6m TO ALL THAT VALUZ THKIK SIGH? TTn>?H KS to call the attention to all that saffei Vr with defective sltrht, caused by age, sick ness and particularly from glasses Injudiciously selected, to his superior SPECTACLES aad GLASSES carefully ground by himself to a true ?pherlcal accuracy, and brilliant transparency, suited precisely and beneficially to the wearer ac cording to the concavity or convexity of the eye. Very numerous are the lii effects caused to the precious organ of sight from the coinmencement of using glasses in not belug precisely suited, by the use of an Optometer: and tee practice of many years, enabl*** him to measure the focal disease of the eyes, and such glasses that are absolutely re ?|ulrrd wlli be furnished with precision and satis action. 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 coavcnlenllv call, by send ing the glasses In use, end stating how many Inches they can re?.d this print with their specta cles, can be supplied with such thet will improve their sight. Innumerable testimonials to be s*en; ail .efer ences given to many who have derived the greatest ease and comfort from his glasses. Circulars to be had gratis, at his office. No. 511 ?Seventh street, three doors from Odd Fellows' Hall, up stairs. Noetoli, September7, ISM. Sir?The Spectacles you made for me suit very well, aed seem to have improved my sight mors thaa ur other I Lave lately tried. L1TT. W. TAZEWELL. I nive tried a pair of Spectacles obtained from Mr. Tobias, aad ind th-m ol ^icat assistance is av sight, aad correspond;;:? with his descriptica sf'the fee as. 1 reccmmrad him as a sklilfui ortl elan. fiENKY A. WISE. Mr. J. Tcsias: Sir?The pair <K Spectacles yei fsrslsked me yes'*:day are particularly satls.'he tory to ue Tney are very eecldedly the best 1 possess, aad 1 am the owner of eight o-- tine pair, carefully selected in different places end iroru op tlc'.ais recommended io me on account of ttelr professional standing in England, Prince and '.he United States. I have b?je= alto pleased with yojr remarks and directions on the treatment st the eyes, for the purpose of pre*er?lag tad ltsprsv i**the?'ght. Resp^fully. yorrs, CU AS. CALDWELL, f rtfeftcr of M . O., I'OOisville, ly. Ltncbscxs. Nov. 10,1854. Mr. J?\s Tob'.as h2v?ng furnished rre with ?lasses, by which I Lave been greatly aided < irv vision bavl :?r suffers greatiy from re ldirg at night in tiiy earlier life) It affords me the highest Itlcssure to say that I consider him a skiLV.il prae* leal optician, and well prepared to aid those whs ?av seed his professional services. WM. B. KOVZIE, Elder of Methodist Coaferei V7ILMinSTOH, N. C., J&n. *7,1^54. Mr. J Vosias: Dear Sir?I r a b*ppy to say that the Spectacles whicu 1 obtained froiuyou last week are entirely satisfactory. From an requal lty in the visual range of my eyes, I have hereto fore found great difficult? .n gettiog glasses of the proper focai distance it afinrds ,oe pleasure te state that, by the aid of you. optometer, this d'ffi enlty has been happllv obviated so that the glasses you furnished me are decidedly the best adapted te er ?>?s of any I have e*er yet used VsT7 respectfully, vourt, K B. DRANE. Rector of St James' Parish Department of Interior, May 7,1854. Frsai aaturaldefec's aid the unequpl idnge e| my eyes, I have l>een compelled to use glafse* f ?r sevfr-i years. 1 have tried different cptlc'ac* without o'ota'nlng glasses perfectly fittea to n.y syes. Four month's since Mr. Tobias xr ^de two pairs especially for me, which 1 Lave lound to serve me perfectly. Bv the use of his optometer he is enabled to adapt Glasses mirutely to the eye. I most cheerfully recommend.Mr. Tobias to ail having occasion to nsegiasses, and bear my test! mss.y as to h.s skill as an optician. HDNKV E BALDWIN. Assist. S*s'y ts sign Land Warr?su IflMI PRIVATE MEDICAL Til EAT 18 K - TBI PHILOSOPHICAL VIEW 07 MABEIAQS, ST M. B. LA cr.OlI, ?? D ., ALBANY, N. V .. 250 ?< mU 13V Fin*, Plain,CsJsrsd Lt:k ographs and Plant. Pmci oslt Twistt-Fivb Cists. Sent Free of Postage to all parts of the b^los (CHEAPEST BOOK EVER PUBLISHED? j and containing nearly double the quantity of read ing matter In that of the FIFTY CENT OR DOL LAR PUBLICATIONS It treats on the PHYSIOL OGY OF MARRIAGE, and the Secret Infirmities and Disorder of Youth and' Maturity, resulting from ex cesses, which destroy the physical and mental pow ers, with Observations on Marriage, Its duties and disqualifications, and tLelr remedies; with Lithographs, Illustrating the Anatomy and Physiology, and Diseases of the Re productive Organs of both sext* their structure, uses, and functions. 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It is a truth ful adviser to the married and those contemplating marriage: Its perusal is particularly recommend ed .o -tersons entertaining secret doubts of their phys.cal condition, and who are conscious of hav ing hazarded the health, happiness, and privilege* to which every human beln^ Is entitled. Price TWENTY-FI VE CENTS per copy, or Five Copies for One Dollar. Mailed, free of post age, to all parts of the United States N. B.?Those who prefer may consult Dr. LA CROIX upon any of tne disease# upon which this hook treats, either personally or by mall. Medl elne sent to any part af the Union aocordlng to di rections, safely packed and carefully secured from all observation. Address Dr. M B LA CROIX, No. 31 Maldea Lane, or Post Office Box 570 Albany, N.Y. [^7" Office open dally,from V a m to 9 p m. and on Sunday from 3 until So. m. IZT Office REMOVED Ucm No. 5$ Beaver st. te 31 Maidtn Lmt, Aibm*t, Atw ftrk. dee *8? ly 11 ST RECEIVED, LONDON ART JOUR NAL and other Books, Periodicals and Pa pers. FERGUSON. Je20 next to Lammcnd's, 486 7th st. CJOFT CKABS AND GREEN TURTLE ?3 SO UP arv served every day stC. GAUTIKKS Saloon. m tL J Information for trttolora. waiglmtow brawch RAILROAD. pbifiai or HOUR#.? On and after mh v > day, the 23d taistant, the Trains will kaavv waahlngton at ? as4 w# a ? , ai4 J 114 %S Sunday at 4g p ?. leave Baltimore at a4 ttf a. tm i tu *oi 9undtf atijtf a? u?ir f 1 pmoprf.ij.,, EXCURSION BOATS FOR THE WHITE HOUSE PAftLlON THE STEAMERS THOS COLLIDER <?r ?E()r?k WASHINGTON - ? can be chartered for pnbltr or ae-jksa^jp iect parties to the White House favtuor^TrT Wa-hlngton. Mount Vernon or any place on iu Potomac River. for furtlier particular* apply to the faptaln* of the Boat* or to the President of the Com ran; ap 17-tf ' ORAKOI * ALEXANDRIA RAILROAP Great Southern Mail Line! (SUNDAY N1UHTS EXCEPTED) Between Washington City and :ht Semi: VIA: ALEXANDRIA. ?ordonsv1lle. AND richmond ltavt waihiafua at 6 a ? aao 7 p m Fare from washington to Richmond.......#3 g omnibuses and BAGGAOE WAGON? will be at the washington Railroad Depot toc. ?ey PASSENGERS and BAGGAGE. F>? ef Cktgt, to stkamkr (ihorgk PAGE,for ALEXANDRIA, a dla rahr.r'r allanmnxm.* uir'|hhihu> tan re of six mllea, allowing ample tl me for m?vi Tickets proeared on the boat. Expedition and Comfort are secured by th'.i Route, as it is a co hi * nee v* like or r iest cu<( railroad from ALEXANDRIA TO RICH MOND THROUGH passenger* and BAGGAGI' carried without coat to the Depot of the petersbun Railroad. Information of Route and Lost waggle ob talnodof jamks? a evan? frb 11 Agent, Aleiaadr'.a. vj fok harper's FKRRY. Via Cktfattokt f jfiw-a[sttt?* Ohio Cmu&l. ??orcti THROUGH IN TWELVE HOURS ' rpuk NEW AND SPLENDID PACKET 1 BOAT ARGO, Capt Chas H Meer il, will commence making Regular tn;i GEORGETOWN and the above Point, on Mot dav- March 27th. 1806. The Boat will leave the wtarf of W . H & H 6 Rltter, Georgetown, D. C ,e?ery Monday, Wed nesday. and Friday morning, at 6 o'clock Returning, she will leav?? Harper's Ferry ev<~y Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdzy morning, at o'clock. Through ticksts. #2.26. To Litsburg ?1 *2%, t* tkt Stugt /few Edwards'1 Ftrry Families Intending tovlsltthe vlrglnlasprlrf" the coming season wilUnd this by far the t tafe. pleasant, and cheapest route to Berkeley Capon. Shanondale. White Snlphur and Warren. m eals sarved on board at moderate rate*. A coach will always be in readiness la George town to convey passengers to and from the Boat Fer further particulars Inquire at the store rf w. H a H . 6 ritte r, georgetown, and b. W ci tshaw, Harper's Ferry, Va. mar 18?tf THE FEW TORE AND LIVERPOOL" .jam UNITED STATES steamlrr.^aJbtf. The ships comprising this link are lie / TLANTIC Capt f^rid^e BALTIC Capt Conr>uct ADRIATIC Capt jas West These ?hlps having been built by contract fi press.v 'o. Government service, every care has been taker in their coosiructlo.i. as also in uieir engines, to insure strength and kneed; and .heir accomnrodatlons for passengers are unequaltd for eleear.ee nn<* comfort Price ot passage from New vo k 'o Liverpool I11 Srst croln. si30- In seoond do. #75. From llvernooi to New \o.k. 0 and slt^ulneas. An ex;>enenctd surgeon at.eebed to eacn ship. No ber.bs C?n be secured until pa?e for. ti e ships 'f th's line h;-ve .mproved vr-jter-tlght l .k head* md to pvoid d.< 1 ^er f'em ue will not cro?-. t' e Darks porth of 4* degrees, un?il after tue l?t ot August. pxopn?tt> datis or *ATtt*?. From ytw York. From IS56. ib46. Saturday Apr .an wednesday.... May it Saturday May 10 Wednesday....may $ Saturday May 21 Wednesday....June 11 Saturday June 7 wednesday.... June ?5 Saturday June2' Wednesday ....July Saturday July 5 Wednesday....July ? t Saturday... July '1* Wednesday....Aug. ? Saturday ..aug 2 ednesday....A<u Saturday Aug '# Wedne-day....S?-pt i Saturday Aug. 30 Wednesday....Se},t. 1* Saturday Sept. 13 Wednesday ....0? *. i Saturday Sept 27 Wednesday ....Oct, ?5 Saturday Oct 11 wedne-dav... .Oct Saturday Oct ''S vn ednesda ?... ..Nov li Saturday Nov. s Wednesday....Nov. 2?? Saturday Nov. 2^ \\ tdne*dav....Dec, 1?? Saturday Dec tf Wednesday ....Dec -*4 Saturday Dec 20 For freight or ps?sa^.e apply to edward K. COLLINS k. co., 5f? Wall street. new \ ork BROWN. shipley ft CO., Liverpool STEPHEN KENNARD a CO., 27 Aust a Friars, London B G. WAIN WRIGHT a CO., Paris. The owner* cf these ships will not be accoatt able for gold, silver, bullior.. specie. Jewelry, pre cious stones. or metals, unless kills of lading are signed therefor, and the value thereof eipre?*?-d therein. m 1-tr BY RAILROAD DIRECT TO THE WEST Tim* betiettrt Waskimgtou and Wntdnur tut 17a hours ! racking Time between Washington and Cincinnati 27 honrs 1! through TICKETS AND PAGGAfiE CHECKS TO el HAD IN WASHINGTON. rphe BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAIL I ROAD having great'y lni; rovt^i its \n rttffl ? onnections, now utters the fu; est Inducements ^ travelers between WASH!n?it<?n, BAl.1 - MORE, and all portions of tlte w est NOR TH WEST. and tlie SOUTH W EST. The connection between t^e Trains from \n a* ? lngton and the Trains hound vn est from B*'t< more is always {rowi|*tiy i*ad? at t: e W as:_.in^' Junction (late y t? ? diiie Re-ay He. 't) 9 _n.l from Baltimore. 'i li.s is the on y chane required l>erween Wasiilngton andt' e Oulo nver Baggage is cue< ked througu to Wheeling at he Wasiilngton Station, and re- her ked and twi ? ferred tliere, (with tue lassei'uers) without - liar?re, for those holding Through Ti. kets for i olnU i-e* yond. The ? onne ting trains leave Wash lngton dai y at # am and p.m. On Sundays at u e later hour on*y. At BENWOOD, 4 mile* from Wheeling, 1 fonncrtion is made witli tiie trains of CEN 'i ral OHIO RAILROAD, running from Be lair, on the Ohio, through Cambrlde**. Za?esvlll?. an<". Newark, to COLUMBUS. 1 bene trains < o?ne - at Newark with the < ars of the Newark, mantle d and saudusky raiiroad for Sandusky, toiedi . Detroit, ciil ago. tt Louis, etc. At COLUMBUS the C o Rallro d trains on ne< t with the fast trains of the I.itiU Miami R< road to Xenla, Cinc innati. Loulsvll'e, et?v A* X EN I A ton Lltt e Miami ral road^ renne- tloa is formed with the trains t. rough Dayton, to indian a. olis, Terre Haute. Lafayette, ci.l< ago, Ro< k is nnd, m Louis. Carlo, etc jj7" Passengers ho ding Through Ticket* f"t Mrinyhit, 1 hkiLura, Sat-hrs. Sea Oileuu\, et. . Which are also so'd at washington?are trans ferred at Cin. Innatl, to the Mai Steamers on tf>e Ohio. tl? kets for evansvlile, Carlo, and Louis are sold bv the river route. 1?7? For CLEVELAND, ard via C eve and to Toedo, Detroit, ChLa^o. etc , tickets ?re -"id, when tne ol.lo is navigab.e betwe?*i Whce ir.t and wellsvlile (forty nil es* wliere a conne tl?>?i with the C eve and and Pittsburg Rahread i* made. Travehrs are r- quested to notice that wliue ti ? is the only route affording Through tlikeu and Checks in Washington, it is a:so t??e shorte?t. mottt speedy, and dire, t to near v a i the leading points in the great West. The dlstan?-e from Washington to Cincinnati la but t?53 ml es, lieing about hh) miles shorter than bv any otiier route' FARE, MY throl'gh TICKET, ?? k* >1 VVASHI\?T<?n to wliee ing, ??; Colum bus, #13 65 ; Dayton, f 15 50, Cini lanutl, *16 ???'; Louisville, by ral road, fls 65. by steamer from Cincinnati. #li 00: Indiana'oils, ?17 50; Cleve land, #15 50; To edo. ?15 00; Detroit. #15 580: Chicago, #20 65and #1v 50; St LorU. #2- 60 and #25; Menu ids. #*; New Or eans. #31. etc IT7-FOR FREDERICK AND HARPER S FERRY, martinsburg cumberland, BERK LEY springs, BEDFORD springs, piedmont, OAKLAND, and FAIRMONT, l^asseneers may leave Wasiilngton at 6 a. n< or 41 p m For the minor way stations betwe< r? Baltimore and Wheeling, take 6 a. ni. train from Washington. [r^ For trains t^ and from Baltimore, Annap olis. etc., see si?t-ia: advertl>?etiients ift For further information, Through tl ket?, etc., apply to THOMAS H. PARSONS, Agent, at Washington Station. WM. s WOODSIDE. Master of transportatk**), march B. a o. Railroad, baiuiuore.