Newspaper of Evening Star, July 11, 1856, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated July 11, 1856 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. NEW MOWN HAY. ? T PAKE BBKJAMIH. Talk not to me of southern bower?, Of cdors breathed from tropic flowers, Of spice-trees after rain ; But of those sweets that freely flow When Jane's fond breezes stir the low Grass heaped upon the plain. This morning stood the verdant spears, All wet with diamond dews?the Uti By Night s reneiy shed ; This evening, like an army slain, They <? amber the pacific plain W 1th their fast fading dead. And where they fell and all around Such perfumes in the air abound, As if long hidden hives Of sudden richness were unsealed, When on the freshly trodden field They yielded up their lives. In idle mood I love to pass These ruins of the crowded grass; Or listlessly to lie, Inhaling the delicious scrnts, Crushed from these downcast verdurons tents Beneath a sunset sky. It is a pure delight, which they Who dwell In cities, far away From rural scenes so fair, Can never know in 'lghted rooms, Pervaded by exotic blooms? This taste of natural air ' ? This air, so softened by the breath Exhaled and wafted from the death Of herbs that simply blcom, And, scarcely noted, like the best Dear friend, with whom tals world Is blest, Await the common doom? And leave behind such sweat regret As in our hearts Is living yet, Though heroes pass away? Talk not to me of southern bowers, Or odors breathed from tropic flowers, But of the new mown hay ! Word Twisting. Says the squire to the panon, 11 If you were to lie In this dirt, we could make a substantial goose pie," t^uoth the parson, **If you in your grave were extended, (W hlch I hope won l happen till your morals are mended) And 1 read the prayers by a much better rule The parish might call me a goose-bury Jool." ARRIVALS at principal HOTKLI. national Bilil?wiuuk sit. W 8 Runham, La A Line*, ly, Ct W R McUracken, DC Miss J E L.ines, do W J Ward, Md J M McGuire, Va O W Klnln. Da J H Galucker, NY L L Barranger, G A Gwinn, Pa C W Noble, Ky J Kavenscroft, Va C 8 Darrow, Mass 8 O Jones Ala J M MrDlintock, Md G C Wilde, Va G Goddard, do J C Carlton, NC Dr A T Smith, N V ? M Wilson, do G C Tallman, do R A Boat, do A T Ellis, Ind H K McCay. ly, Ga J W lngersoll, 111 GO Matthews, do W H Travers, Md W Fuller, do T W Hall, do W P Readhlmer, do W J Roberts, Kan G A Norrts, Pa Dr Hitchcock, Cal H Nelson, Va Hon A Burlingham, MrsN A Massie, do M B Smith, NC D Pratt, fun, Ala 8 Haines, N Y Miss E TisdaJo, do R John*ton. Pa Mrs W ithers, do Miss E Withers, do Miss i'trcder, (I Miss J W ithers, do Miss Shonber^er, Mrs Myers, do M Hodges, NY Mrs Lomoard, do \V A Shonberj/er, O W o Ornislev, Jy, do J N RoJ>een. lv, SC D P Smith, do J Brisbin, Pa ' D C Dlggei, Md l>r W ilson; ly, do E L Focke, do Mrs Wall, Fla J C White, Eng W H Wall, do B W Peters, Ind J W Gordon, ly, Ky W Brown, Md J Taylor, MT E Bullard, son, Mass E Snow, do Mrs E Carver, do ? P l,owry,Can Miss M S Bullard, do D L Wilson, Tex J D Pickett, Ky E Gist O J H Pendleton, Va K S Towntend, I'a CN Crardell. Ill W Stram, Pa C Williams, RI G T Myers, do G F Quick, N J W W Decuief. do r 8 Anderson, Tex The Herbert J ury Miss Alberts. Md Wlliartfs' Hetsl-r. ?. a s. wuuii C Presley, Pa , E Kllllao, SCI W Hoisington, do D 8 Farrar. Ml W J Presley do Miss A T Boyd, do ? iN v Ml" E D K,n?> d0 J A W lnalow. Mass G D Farrar, do D D Vanetten. La T H Parrar, do * Spear A ly, NY C W Heard, O do Uon D Stuart, S E V?,xon- do H 8 w<>od, Can V ? ?}? Mr McDonnell, Erg JAMlller,Ml J Warcy A son, N Y Capt S Scott, Cal F H Warren, Iowa F?r?. WY D p Dleterick, Pa \ Elliott, do t H Arden, do vv'rf ^ C Acker man, III W D Keith A ly, Wis W Thurber, N Y wJJ?^mon' 8 J Charles, do ?LW rfnien*fn <*0 C Henderson, Md W A Bass A ly, La R Dewell A ly. Pa . ? A Bass, do J Larpentleur A ly, do J P Rav, USA T H Jack ins. NY fc Henderson. Pa W J Tweed A ly, Va 8 P Constans, Mo C Wessinger, Md Rev T R B Trader, La R Russell, Va E F Raworth. 8C G Simpson, do ? 7. Vley> do W p etrord 1 1 ? tel' do J Walt< W A child, Pa Mob P AT Wetmore, NY W Binder, Min N B Borup, do Brewas' *.?. * m. smews C Horner, Va S J McGarKee, Pa C Mori son. Pa 8 D Law, N Y E P Reynolds do B Tanner, La M Pan all A hm, Md Mrs D Tanner A fam, do W Johnson, Va Miss M E Wells, do H Lansdon, do W P Sanders, USA \V Thomas, do W F Gastcn, do J C L*vy A ly, Ga M McDonald, Md Miss M Levy, do W C Templeton, La W DeCraft A ly, NC H V McCall, do 8 A Gibson, Ga A S Hindswan A fam, T A Scorton, Va Va 3 k Winston, Ga MissStorr.do 2 N Y M M Mortimer A sister, N Parrlsh Ala G W Ewing, Ind C 8 Hauk, Mass Miss L H Ewlng, do J B Smith, Pa VX V T F Fry A ly, do J W Bishop, do F Lee, llSA S.*" ^?.rner' Pa T Sewell, Md Miss J M Warner,do R Sewell, jr, do J Larkln, do W Brogden, jr, do Klrkweed Utiii-j. a a. h iisiweaa J Marling, NY J R Smithson, Miss 8 Hatton. Mass L W Sm'th, Va W Roberts, Md J J Sackett, NY W H Claiborne, Miss J D Miller, SC 5 ? "*enn A M Goldiborough, Aid ? /Tedha,n *y- Md B M I*Witt, Va W D Clarke, do S Lucas, Md J W Michl, Va G Hopper, do OT A J Smith, Tex ? o fam? ? c Smith, Md M P O Hern. Md *0?IMENTS OP OCEAN STEAMERS VEOM TBS VNITSB STAT1S. Namu Ltmmtt for it my Hermann New York....Bremen July 12 Ed in burg New York....Glasgow,. ..July 12 u*?.!ds Boston Liverpool... July 18 New York....Liverpool...July i? T*,?* New Yofk....Liverpool...July 23 fe'Vjtf00 New York....Liverpool,..July it Fulton New York....Havr^?...July *> ? ? vaox BWBOPS, L,? ?Vre York..July 8 L-rU,-. ? ? ' ?????? inniuu ?????? J (II y O p'L,r^n ?1;1J"'Pool....Newr Yok...July ?J J ?OF71N WAHKKUUS, fe?. WILLIAM PLANT A CO., 3N?r.r, ? KER8?resldenc?418 Bevcath ?mmg:RrA ?treet, betwees G >ad H tweets C~~FS ?^ latermenu procured la any ground ^SiAtOmncaJe ?r c?fneter/ Cnans, Cap?, Shrouds, Canlaces Hearse, u? every article for latermeats the be*t quailP/ fuislsLed at short notice, on the mosi rtisoaible teria*. tcA at all hours of the sljrLt. BRVta ? tee rxUahive ri^ht of Cnuss's Patent Corpse Preserver, we g-araateo to heep The * for asy ieig'.h of its?r. Jy 11?ly _ MRS. M. K. HAKVET, (BVCCBSfoB TO JASB3 F. HaBVBT, DSCBASBD,) tTNDBRT AKER, B&WAVS'i "*'*'< G and H, ^ t.01NFORM the public that she has in her einpiov the ?? same persous that were ?-- -? r~~ '? a In the establishment, who arefuiiv^"?*^^ C??IJtt*.ntl#COnd,iCl tte ^ ndertahina Business: and tha every attention will be iriven to raHs day or night, as heretofore. * m 1U tlm w?Mp7im; m?OSTSS ASS SSALSS IS wnris, LIQUORS, CieARS, and FI*k GROCERIES, fltnersiCommijiion A Forwarding Morehkat IXSVKAXCE AND BILL BROKER Mo. 471 Pa. av , two doors below U . 8 Hotel Wa<srs?T0N City, D C. MMy Thomas W Robiw?o!?, tt al, ^ In tbe Circuit | Court for Prince k George's Conntv William D. Bowik, las ? Court of and other*. J Equity. THE OBJECT OF THIS BILL IS TO PRO cure a decree for the conveyance of certain Real Estate, lying and being in Wood countIn the State of Virginia, which w?i purchased by James Robinson, late of said county, from Benja min Oden and Sophia, his wife, late of Prince 6eorge's county, Maryland. The Bill states that James Robinson, late 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, crtain Real Estate, lying and being on the little Kana wha River, In Wo d county, in the State of Vir ginia, containing two hundred and fifty acres, at and for the sum of one thousand dollars. That the said James Robinson paid the whole amount of said purchase money to the said Benjamin Oden and Sophia, his wife. But the said Benja min Oden and 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 heirs and legal representatives: William D Bowie. Sr., the former nusband, and Oden Bowie, William D Bowie. Jr., Catharine Swann, and Christiana McKenzle, the wife of Colen McKenzie, the children of Eliza, a de ceased daughter of the said Benjamin and Sophia, Kleanor West, wife of Arthur P. West, and Maria Jackson, both daughters of the said Benjamin and Sophia. Richard O. Mulllkln, Mary E. Cla g*tt, wife of Charles Clagett, Sophia O. Calvert, wife of Washington Calvert, Margaret Allice Shoultze. wife of Francis S. Shoultze,and Eliza beth Mulllkin. the onlv children of a deceased daughter, Sophia Mulllkin, Thomas H. Clagett, the former husband, *nd Henry O Clagett, Wil liam Bowie Clagett. Thomas Cla?ett and Julia Clagett, the only children of Christiana, who is also a deceased daughter of the said Benjamin and Sophia. That the said James Robinson also departed this life sometime in the year eighteen hundred and fifty, leaving the following heirs and legal lepresentatlves: Thomas W. Robin son, Alfred Robinson James M. Robinson, Sarah Ann Morehead, wife of Samuel Morehead, Pris cilla Robinson, Sophia Stagg,wlfeof Edward D. Stagjr, Peter T Hinartnan, Sarah A. Trlplett, Franklin Trtplettand Jam>-s Roblnion. who are desirous to procure a vail 1 title to said land. That the said Eleanor We^t, Thomas H. Clagett, Henry O Clagett, William Bowie Clagett. TTios Clagett, Julia Clagett, Francis S Shonltze and Margaret Alice, his wife, reside ont of the State of Maryland, and that the said Elizabeth Mulll kin, Thomas Clagett and Julia Clagett are In fants, under the a?e of twenty-one years Prayer for a decree appointing a Trustee to make a con veyance of said land, and rider of publication against the non-residents, and for the appoint ment of a commissioner to assign a guardian to said infant defendants to answer said bill of com plaints. It is thereupon adjudged and ordered that the comp alnant by causing a copy of this order to be Inserted In ?ome newspaper published at Wash ington city, once a week for four successive months, before the l?t 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 first Monday of November next, to answer the premises ana show cause, If any thev have, wbv a decree ought not to pass as prayed. CHAS S. MIDDLETON, C erk of the C C fjr Prince George's County. A true copy?Test: Je?7-F4m CHAS. S. MIDDLETON, Clerk. TNo.aao 1 OTICE OF THfi WITHDRAWAL OF LANDS liX WISCONSIN.?In pursuanceof an act approved 3d 'une, lb56, u granting public lands to tne State of Wisconsin to aid in the con struction of railroads In said State," instructions hive been issued from this office, withdrawing from market, until further orders, all the land., in said State ; and continuing the reservation of the same, as heretofore ordered by telegraph on the v9th of May last. A portion of the lands will be restored to mar ket when the expected sketch-maps of the routes of the roads are received at this office; of which restoration 30 davs' public notice will l>e given. Given under my hand, at the General I .and Office, at the city of Washington, this 12th of June, A D 1356. THOS. A. HENDRICKS, je 13-lawtiw Commissioner. This is to give notice, that the subscriber hath obtalntd fr^m the Orphan's Court of Washington county, In the District of Columbia, letters of administration on the person al es'ate of Isaac Goddard, late of Washington county, deceased. All persons having claims zgalnst tue said deceased, are hereby warned to exhibit th* same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, on or before the 10th day of June next; t iey may otheiwlse by law be excluded from all benefit of the said estate Given under my hand this lltb day of June, 136J. * SARAH GODDARD, je 27?F9w# Administratrix. REMEDY FOR WARM WKATIIBU. JUST RECEIVED AT THE L'NION BOT tllng Depot, a large supply of that unsur passed tonic for invalids, GINGER WINE Also XXX Pale ar.d Burton's Al*s and lJor-1 ter of very superior quality, together with al large assortment of syrups of almost every kind ; all of which, together with our premium Mine ral Waters will be furnished to customers Is any part of Washington or Georgetown A11 orders left at the Depot In Georgetown, or with the drivers of our Wagons, will meet with prompt attention. ARNY 4 SH1NN. JeS-tf N i D REMOVAL. R. MUNSON HAS TAKEN AND FITTED up the house formerly occupied by Major Robert Keyworth, No 338; Pennsylvania avenue, and Is now ? - n r - - ;eady to fulfil his old engagements and make new ones Dr M Is still making those beautiful continuous Gum Teeth, called Allen s Patent, for the excel ency of which over all other styles of teeth, many now wearing them In this city, will cheerfully vouch. There is one Dentist In this city who has been Infringing the patent, and made a bad Imitation of tt, against whom I here by caution the public N. B. Whenever a Dentist speaks against Allen's Patent Continuous Gum Teeth, when properly constructed, It Is because h?? Is Ignorant of tbe process, Incompetent to make the work, or Is unwilling to pay ior the patent Dr M . Is now extracting teeth without pain by a new and perfectly safe process References as informer advertisement. jel6-tf GAUZE MERINO AM) SILK UNDER SHIRTS AMI DRVWEKS. Another and very large supply of Gentlemen's Underdrew this day opened, of every variety of size and quality, such as? Gauze Silk SHIRTS and DRAWERS Do Merino Do Do Do Cotton Do Do Do Thread Do Do Do Shaker Do Do Also, a full supply of Linen and Jean DRAW ERS, of gold quality and styles. It will be recollected that we huy exclusively for cash, and that we offer the best goods at the lowest and uniform prices, at STEVENS'S m lft-tf Salesroom, Browns' Hotel. Spanish and Mexican statutes, printed at Madrid and at Mexico, being the decrees of the Spanish Cortes and the Mexican Congress. A number of volumes, more or less consecutive, for sale at a low price. Jy 1 FRANCK TAYLOR. COR. MOUNT VERNON. ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.?FARE, ROUND TRIP, 81: FROM ? -fT? ALEXANDRIA75CENTS ?TLe4B&?iJKk steamer THOMAS COLLYER leave^Wshlng ton at 9 and Alexandria at o'clock. Coaches leave the Capitol for the boat at o'clock. Coach fare 10 cents. Persons wishing the coaches will leave their residence with George 4 Thomas Parker. Refreshments on tue boat. ap i-tf SAM'L GEDNEY, Captain Fashionable life, by mary h. Eastman The Kingdom which ahall not b? destroyed, by Re* J. Oswald Hand -Hook of American Literature Historical, Biographical and Critical The War Path, by J . B. Jones The Norta American Review for July Debow's Review for July John Halifax, Gentleman. Jy ? FRANCK TAYLOR. HAKPER'S MAGAZINE FOR JULY; '26 cents. H ar per'? story Book, No. 20 (Ramble Among the Alp?;) 5J5 cents God*>y:a l.a<ly's Book for July ; 45 cents. Sparrow brass Papers; SI Oraham's Magazine for July; 23 cent*. 2!!! \,ork. f?r July; 18* cents. for June 23 th and all the back number for sale by e K LUNDY JUST received!! Scotch Herrings Fresh Peaches and Apricots Prune Cordial Levy's celebrated Bitters Vermacelli and Maocaronl Sweet Oil Fresh Teas, for sale by JONAS P LEVY, 474 P?. ? venue, Wine, Liquor and Segar store. Je 10-tf JOHNSTON'S PHILOSOPHICAL Charts, complete with Key, said to be the best design ever gotten up for schools and seminaries ferguson, 20 next to Lammond's. 4-*5 7th st. PKESKRVEOOINOKR ? A BEAUTIFUL artlcts Just received and f??r sale by 11 ? Z M. P KING. AYER'S PILLS A J^EW AND SINGULARLY SUCCESS -*?? ful remedy for the cure of all blliou? dls MlPC PAeH?AMMa Inill il a _ n ??Costlveneas, Indigestion, Jaundice, Drop 3> Rheumatism, Fevers, Goat, Nervousness, amours, Irritability, Inflammations,Headache, rains, la the Breast, Side, Back, and Limbs, Fema.e Complaints, 4c., Ac. Indeed, very few are the diseases which a purgative medicine Is not more or less required, and much sickness and suffering might be prevented If a harmless but etxectual Cathartic were more freelv used No person can feel well while a costive habit of body prevails; betides it soon generates serious and often fatal diseases, which might have been avoided by the timely and judlcoas use of a rood purgative. This Is alike true of Colds, Feverish syniptoms, and Bilious derangements. They all tend to become or produce the deep seated and formidable distempers which load the hearses all ?Ye/the land. Hence a reliable family physic is ??.US.?,r,^linP0,Umc? to the PHb!'c health, and wlii a * been perfected with consummate fa , ? meet that demand. An extensive tritl of its virtue# bv Physicians, Professors, and Pa^ tlents, has shown results surpassing any thing hitherto known of any medicine. Cures h?ve been effected beyond belief, wers they not sub stantiated by persons of such exalted positions truh CtCr 43 t0 tlie 8U8PlcIon of un Among the eminent gentlemen who have testi fied 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 1 ?!M?ARU EVtKKTT' *?*>* 1?" ROBERT C. WINTHROP, Ex-Speaker of the House of Representatives E^UBndTT LAVVRKN),E, Minister Plen , to t JOHN B. FITZPAR^K, Catholic Bishop of Boston; also Dr. J. R. CHILTON. Practical Chemlstof New York City, endorsed iy wm AJ*CY' Secretary of State, n J??i'the riche8t in America. tJntTn \Co.L' ProPrleto? of the Metro politan Hotel,and others. These Pills, the result of long Investigation and study, are offered to the public as the best and most complete which the present state of medical science can afford T bey are compounded not of the drug* themselves, but of the medicinal virtues only of Vegetable remedies extracted by Chemical process in a state of purity, and com blned together in such a manner as to insure the best results. This system or composition for medicines has been found in Cherry Pectoral and rills both, to produce a more efficient ramedy thiin had hitherto been obtained by any process The reason is perfectly obvious. While by the old mode of composition, every medicine is bnr dened with more or less acrimonious and iojuri ous Qualities, by this each Individual virtue only Ah,wiMe8 red ^'r the curative effect is present All the inert and obnoxious qualities of each sub stance employed are left behind, the curative virtues onh- being retained. Hence it is self evi dent the effects should prove as they ha?"epr< ved more purely remedial, and the Pills a more pow erful antidote 'o disease thad any other medicine keown to the world. They operate by their powerful influence on the Internal viscera to purify the biood and stimulate it into healthy action?remove the obstructions of fv ?tomach, bowels, liver, nnd other organs of the body, restoring theirirregular action to health, and by correcting, wherever they exist, such de rangeineuts as are the first origin of disease. Prepared by Dr JAMES C AVER, Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass. Price 25 cents per box ; five boxes for 81. Sold by Z. D OILMAN, Washington, and by all respectable Druggists. apB-4m T O P H A >1 ic NOKFI, JKT'I NEW AND CHEAP ? ADDLE, HARNESS AND TRUNX BTOBI, Seventhst .oppositeOdd Fellows'Hall. /V-A MESSRS. TOPHAM, of Philadelphia, an<? aBH^NORFLKT of Ihls city,. ? respectfully announce to' their friends and the public, that they have com menced the Saddling Business at the above stand, where they will make and keep constantly on hand a large and superior assortment of? Mens' Ladles' and Boys' SADDLES, BRIDLES MARTIN DALES, and WHIPS. HARNESS of dciKfiption, both for city and country use. TRUNKS, VALISES, and CAR PEI DAGS. Ladies' SATCHELS. TRAVEL h<Jr2FAN?Y U OKK M"XKS. S COVERS, COLLARS, and HA TILS. Horse, Spoke, and Dust BR !JSH ES. CARDS, OUR K Y-C(3mBS, SPONGES, aC .an. 1 All material used will be the best that can be obtained; ar.d beta of us having heen practical workmen for several years, we feet confident that 2Ur can"ot be surpassed, either for style or durability. Dy unremitting efforts to give satis faction we hope to merit, and respectfully solicit, j a share<of public patronage. Pasticular attention paid to coverlag Vruaks and repairing all kinds of work. Saddlers: tools constantly on hand. *?v 7?tf ALWAYS SUMCTHI9IB NEW! HEAD THIS, OLD AND YOUNG! Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative \1TILL RESTORE ORAY HAIR TO ORI ? color permanently; made to grow up. on bad heads; remove all dandruff or itching; destroy all diseases of the scalp; and if used once or twice a week regularly, will prevent the hair from booming ^ray or falling, to an imaginable age Read the following testimonials, and we defy you to doubt, (says the Waverly Magazine.) Success to the geniun whose tonic we say, Turns back to us color the Hair that was gray. SOMETHING WORTH KXOWINU Dy using Professor Wood's Hair Restorative, gray hair can be permanently restored to Its original color The subjoined certificate was received ^nSOn *tone- Gardner, Me , and is but oneof the many Instances that are daily coming to oi:r knowledge of its wonderful effects It is no longer problematical but a self-evident truth as hundreds of our community can testify ? Bos ton ritraia. J ?? ,. .. G^RDNtu, Mc, Jane 22, 1852. Mb. H. Dt*s?Dear Sir: I have used two bot Wood's Hair Restorative, and can truly say it Is the greatest discovery of the age for fV?i,,ngand ch#anging the Hair. Before using ?,ai! ?f, 8e?er'ty- My hair has now at original color. \ ou can recommend It to the world without the least fear, as mv case was one of the worst kind ' y ** Yours respectfully, DAN 'L N. MURPHY w?. ... CaaLYLa, 111., June 27, 1853 ..1 kaveused Prof o J. \Vood's Hair kestora tlve, and have admired Its wonderful effect. My hair was becoming, as l thought, prematurely gray; buLby the use of the '? Restorative''it hai resumed Tts original color. and. I have no doubt permanently so SIDNEY BREESE Ex-Senator United States. ^?la our columns to day wl.l be found Prof. Wood's advertisement of yvI ariicie, to which we call attention What it has done, v/e have witnessed upon sev eral of our acquaintances in St Louis, liair once gray met our view, black or brown as the caSe might be be ng the color of early manhood; and as fine and glossy as silk, and that without any other application than the Restorative If ittlas done this upon others, will it not do the same for anyof our readers whose "frosty prows'' were once like the "raven locks" of Lotliiel's w?riikl chief .If they will try I,, w* .hlnk,olZ/?e ville Constitutional, Oct. 5, 1853. !;REATEST DISCOVERY OF THF AUE.?U seldom occurs that we notice under any circumstances, patent medicines, r'estora Ives, or anything of the kind, for we hkveTpS Judlceagainst most of them. But candor c5m pels usto invite attention to the advertisement ?f Professor Wood'* Hair Restorative We a~ 00 juvenile to require anything of the kind, buVsome instances of Its use have come to our knowledge which almost assures us that It is a xovereiJn remedy against the hair becoming premat^rel! gray. Itls not a " Hair Dye,? but upon its sn plication, as directed, theeflfect Is pro(/!ired uj the skin, which brings out the original col JSd hair, without stiffness and gives It a glossy and natural appearance. We have seen peX7wS2 have used It. and are much pleased with It E* amine theadyertlsement.?Missouri Rtpublican. O. J. WOOD i CO., Proprietors, No. 31(5 Kracsrv o,k'114 M. C STOTT A CO., wholesale and retallAeent Washington. Also for sale byD. S. Dyson s' Parker, undor National Aotel. and aU DrainrU^' L?y 8 T MR. if. UBNKT PALMER*! " ATA PIANO FORTE CLASSES, Dollars Per Quarter. MSi>4y. #< kiiw?0 to w, 2 to 4, b to 10. Carter's Spanish Mlxtnrs THE UREAT PURIFIER OFTHE BLOOD BEST ALTERATIVE KNOWN'! HOT A ?AnTICLB Of MBBCBBT IN It!!! Aa infallible remedy for Scrofula, King's Evil, Rheumatism, Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions, Pimples or Postules on the Face, Blotches,

Boils, Ague tad Fever, Chronle Sore Eyes, Ringworm or Tetter, Scald Heald, Enlarge ment and pain of the Bones and Joints, Bait Rheum. Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic Disorders, and all diseases arising from an Injudicious use of Mercury, Imprudence In Life, or Impurity of the Blood. THIS great remedy, which has become so rap idly and so Justly celebrated for its extraordi nary emcacy 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 confldent assurance that no Man icaL discovbbv ever made has been so eminently gnccessfnl lncurlng Scbo??la, and ail disbasbi or ths Blood, as GARTER'S SPANISH MIX* TURE. The proprietors are receiving by every mall most flattering and astonishing details or cures made in all parts of the country, and in most cases where the skill of the best Physicians had beea rled in vain. Its power over the Blood Is truly remarkable and ail diseases arising from impurity of the great Sbat ow Li?n have been relieved andcured with out a single failure, outof thefrousands 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 given to the youngest infant or most de bilitated Invalid, without the least possible hesl tatlca. ^ We have only room for short extracts from the volumes of testimony In our possession, and all from gentlemen of the highest respectability, well known In their various localities. Please read fo yourselves We take great pleasure In calling the attentloa of our readers to the merits of Carter's Spanish Mixture as a remedy for diseases of the blood, it enjoys a reputation In this city unequalled by anv otherpreparation?DaiJjr Dtspatek, Riekmmd, Tm. The Hon John M. Botts,of Va.,*avs heconsld ers it a matter of duty to add his testimony to the virtues of Carter's SpianlJh Mixture, fbom actul pmusomal obsbbvatiom of ltu remarkable cura tlve powers for the diseases In which It Is used. We have been cured of a violent and protracted Liver disease by Carter's Spanish Mliture. We know It to be all it professes ?Editor S*utkt*dt Dtwtoerat, Pittrsbur*, Tm. We have found from personal trial, Uat Car ter's Spahlsh Mixture is a truly valuable medi cine.? Ed. Vtrg$nnts lndtftn-Uni, Vt GREAT CWKE OP SCROFULA.?A pie man In our employ was cured of Scrofula of a vir ulent character by a few bottles of Carter'* So an ish Mixture, after everything else had failed, Oth er cores which have come under our own ooaerv> tiod, proves to us conclusively, that Is roa'.ly a val uable medicinal agent. We take great pleasure In calling the attention cf the afflicted to its mer its ?Rirkmcud Ktvublie**. SYPHILIS.?I have seen a number of cures .? Syphilid performed by Carter's Spanish Mixture 1 believe it to be a period antidote for that horrl bledlaoa&e. E. BURTON, Com. of Reveme for citv cf R!chmo*< LITE K DISEASE.?3amuel M. Drinker, oi the firm cf Drinker A Morris, Booksellers. Rich mond, Va., was cured of Liver disease of several Sears stand is >? by eily three bottles of Carter'! panDh MlxttT.-*. OLD SORES, 9k0E US AND OBSTINATE ERUPTIONS ON THE SKIN.?Sc.* the cur* of Mr. Harwood, and others, detailed in our A1 manac The number of such cases cured by Car ter's Spanish Mixture, precludes the possibility of inserting them in an advertisement. EF7ECTS OF MKRC9RY.?8>>e the e*r? 0J Mr. Elmore. He was eaten up with Mercury and co aid obtain no relief, until he took six bottles o1 Carter's Spanish Mixture, which perfectly restored him to health and vigor. NEURALGIA ? Mr. F. Boyden, formerly 1 the Astor House, N. Y.,bnt more recently propri etor of the Exchange Hotel, Richmond, wascured of Neuralgia by Carter's Spanish Mixture. Since that tlmeTne says he has seen It cure more than s hundred cases of the disease in which it is used He never falls to recommend it to the afflicted. RHEUMATISM? Mr. John F. Harrlsoi, Druggist, of Martinsburg, Va.. writes of the sla gular cure of a violent case of Rheumatism The patient could not walk. A few botUes eatlrelf cared him. SCROFULA ? Mr. .Harrison also writes of a great cure of Scrofala, In the person of a youns Isdy, (of three yeirs standing,) which all the d?xi tors could uot reaoh. Six bottles made a cur* ol W?r SYPHILIS.?Dt K. T. Hendle, of Washing ton. i>. C , who cured an obstinate case of Syphi lis oy Carter's Spanish Mixture, says "It acts spe cially oa the Blood. Liver and Sklu and ts prompt and efficient in Its results." Dr. John Mlnjje, formerly of the City Hotel, Richmond, now of Alabama, says he cas sees Carter's Spanish Mixture administered in a num ber of cases with astonishingly good effect. lie recommends it as "the most efflclent alterative in ?se." SALT RHEUM AND SCROFVLA -Mr Jos. Robinson, of Wooster, Ohio, was cured o) Scrofula and Salt Rheum of three years standing by only three bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture. *VM. S. BEERS A CO., Proprietors, No. 3M Broadway, New York. rrr Price si per bottle, or six bottles for S3. For sale by CHAS. STOTT, Washington. D O., and Druggists geaerallv. set 1?1r THE GREATEST MEDICAL DISCOVERY OF THE AGE. Dr. KKNKKDT.sf Ksxbnry, Has discovered In one of our common pastvri weids a ri-inedy that cures EtTERV KIND O F HUMOR; ri*M 111 WO&ST ICBorCLA SOWN TO A COM MON riMPLB. He has tried it in over eleven hundred cases, and never failed except in two cases, (both thunder humor ) He has now In hit possession over two hundred certificates of 1U vir tue, all w'dthln twenty miles of Boston. Two bottles are warranted to cure a nursing sort month. One to three bottles will cure the worst kind ol pimples on ihe face. Two to bottles will elear the system ol biles. Two bottles aic warranted to eere the wen canker in the uouth and stomach. Three to five bottles are warranted t? sure the worst case of Erysipelas. One to two bottles are warranted ts tare all humor lathe eves. Two bottles are warranted to cura ranking cl the c-arsaud blotches among the hair. Four to six bottles are warranted to mm eompi IBd ru-^ng ulcers. One iVtte will cure scaly eruption of the skin. Two tdlhree bottles are warranted to cure the orst case of ringworm. Two to three bottles are warranted to cure the most desperate case of rheumatism. Three to four bottles are wairantod u on re the ?alt rheum. Five to eight bottles will sure the worst eases *1 scrofula. A benefit Is always experienced from the flrtl bottle, and a perfect cure is warranted when ths above quantity is taken. Reader, I peddled over a thousand bottles ol this In the vicinity of Boston. I know the effeel of it In ev-ry case So sure as water will extin guish fire, so sure will this cure humor. 1 never sold a bottle of it but that sold another; afters trial it always speaks for Itself. There are tws things ttoat this heio that appears to me surpris ing; flr?t that it prows Incur pax lures. In some tlaces qr.ite plentiful, and y?t its value has nevei cen km 4/n until I discovered it in 1^46?second that It s^aald cure all kinds of humor. In cnlci to give some idea of the sndden riss and gre&i popularity of the discovery, I will state that in April, 1S53,1 peddled it, and sold about fl bottles ptr day?In April, ISM, 1 sold over l.lM bottles p; r day of It. Some of the wholesale Druggists who hsveN-ca ia business twenty and thirty years, say that no thing in the annals of patent medicines was evei like it. there is a universal praise of It from ail quarter*. In my own practice 1 always kept It strictly foi hr.roors?but sine? its introduction as a general family medicine, great and wonderful virtue* have been found In it that 1 never suspected Several cases of epileptic its?a disease whioh was always considered Incurable,have been cured by a few bottles. O, what a mercy If it will prove effectual In all cases of that awful malady?then are but few who have seen moie of It than I have I know of soverr.l cases of Dropsy, all of then aged people cured by it For the various disease* of the Liver, Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, Asthma Fever and Ague, Pain in the Side, Diseases of th< Spine, and particularly in diseases of the Kid neys. &c., the discovery has done more good that any medicine ever known No change of diet ever necessary?eat the bes you can get and enough of it. Dirtetioni for Ua?.?Adults one table spoonfu Kr day?Children over ten years dessert spoon I?Children from five to eight years, tea spoon ful. As no directions can be applicable to all cob stitutions, take sufflcient to operate on the bo well twice a day. MANWVaCTBBBO ST DONALD KENNEDY, N?. 120 Warrtn Roxburf, Mm*$. Paica, Onb Dollab. Wholesale Agents ?New York City, C. V CLICKNER, 81 Barclay street; C. H. RIN6 l?i Broadway; A. B. AD. SANDS, 100 Fultoi street. Philadelphia, T. W. DYOTT A SONS Baltimore, BROWN A BROTHER, CANBY 4 HATCH Alexandria, PEEL A STEVENS. At Retail by all respectable Druggists in thi United States and British Provinces, and b ifc? Urifglsts of this City. wtM-lf rRiTlTI medical trkatiii *11 PHILOSOPHICAL VI1W OP M ABBIA8I, ? ? D. LA CROIX, M ? D ?, ALBANY. N. Y. W/afil Mi 130 Pimi, Plmiu miU CtitrU Lilk egrmfks aad Pluitt. Pliei oklt Twihtt-Fiti Cbhts. Sent Free of Pontage to ell parte of the Valon /CHEAPEST BOOK KVBK F?DL1SHRD v> and containing nearly doable the quantity of read* lug matter in that of the FIFTY CENT OR DOL LAR PUBLICATIONS It treats on the PHYSIOL OGY OF MAR RlAGE, and the Secret Intrmltles 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 their remedies:with Lithographs, illustrating the Anatomy and Physiology, and Diseases of the Re productive Organs of both seat*. their structure, uses,and functions. A popular and comprehen sive Treatise on the Duties and Causaltles of sin gle and married 11 fe?happy and fruitful alllapcm. mode of securing them?infelicitous and infertile one*?their obvlation and removal ?Important hints to those contemplating matrimony, that will overcome objections to it; none, however, should take this Important step without first consulting its graphically Illustrated by beautiful lflhegra Ehlc pi ate*?nervous debility, its causes and sure, y a process at once so sjmple, safe and effectual that failure J?impo*fclble?rule* for daily manage ment? an es.iay on Spormatorrhcea. with practical observations on the safer and ineresuceaawui mode of treatment?precautionary hints on the evils re sulting from empirical practice?an essay on all diseases arising from Indiscretion, with plain and simple rules by which all Demons can cure them selves without mercury?remedies for those self inflicted miseries and disappointed hopes so un fortunately prevalent in the young. It is a truth fui adviser to the married and those contemplating marriage: I ts perusal Is particularly recommend ed to persons entertaining secret doubts of their physical condition, and who are conscious of hav ing hazardsd the health, happiness, and privileges to which every human being is entitled Price TWENTY-FIVE CENTS per copy, or Five Copies for One Dollar. Mailed, free of post age, to all parts of the United Xtztea N. B.?Those who prefer may oonsult Dr. LA CHOI X upon any of the diseases open which this book treats, either personally or by m*Jl. Medi cine sent to any part af the Union according to di rections. safely packed and carefully secarei from all observation. Address Dr M B LA CROIX, No. 31 Kaldea Lane, or Post Ofllce Box 57JJ Albany, N. Y. ITT" Office cpen dally, from V a in to 9 p m aad on Sunday from 3 until 5p m. 117" Office REMOVED from No. 56 Beaver it. to 31 Mutatr. Lmnt, Alfn jr, Yirk. <Tes S3?If DOCTOR HOOFLAND'8 CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS PRKPA tEl BT Dr C. M. JACKSON Philadelphia, Pa , wilt, rrrrcTBALLT eras LIVER COMPiAiNT, DYSPEPSiA, JAUNDICE, CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DE billtv. Diseases of the Kidneys, and all Dis eases arising from a Disordered Liver or Stomach The proprietor, in calling the attention of the public to this preparation, does so with a feeling of the ntmo?t confidence in its vlrtuesand adapta tion to the diseases for which it i<< recommended. It is no new and untried article, but one that has stood the test or a ten years' trial b:fore fbe American people, and Its reputation and sale Is unrivalled by any similar preparations extant. The testimony In itsfavorgiven by the most prom inent and well known physician*and indl *lduals In all parts 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 L'rea: cel ebrity it has obtained. Principal office and manufactory No. Ml Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa. READ THE FOLLOWING: Mojoantowh, Va , August 4,1955 ?v?.C* M JAC"o*-De*rfclr:-The the Bitters are Increasing, and what speaks vol umes In their favor Is th t all who have used thun speak highly cf their effects No medicine t> at I sell give* such general satlsfa* tion, and the de mand for It erce^ds all precedent; and I a^srure vou it affords me pleasure to sell such a remedy. Our physicians no longer scowl at it, butare com pelled to acknowledge Its Intrinsic vah.e. ar.d tie greater pa t of thur have had r? agnaUml'y suf ficient 'o lay aside their prejudices ar.d prcscrlte it hi their practice. Respectfully vour*. f m. Chalk ant. I* or sal" h* ?torekrep?rn and drug"ists in every town and village In the United States Price 75 cents per battle. UMiivv;FJL5fAN' Washington, and JOHN S. KI DWELL, Georgetown. A gen's je 7-fint TO ALL THAT 7ALUK THjflK alGHl 1SHES to call tue attention to aU that sum* with defective sight, caused by age, sick ness and particularly from glasses injudiciously Jf-^ted.to his superior SPECTACLES and ttLASSES carefully ground by himself to a true spherical accuracy, aud brilliant transparency, suited precisely and beneficially to the wearer ac cording to the concavity or convexity of the eye. Very numerous are the ill effects caused to the precious organ of si^ht ftcm the commencement of using glasses In not being precisely suited, by the use of an Opiomtttr; and tne practice of many ?ean>, enables him tx? measure the focal di>nase of aeeyes, and such glasses that are absolutely rc auired will be furnished with precision and satis faction. J. T. acknowledges the ve-rv libera' encourage ment already obtained, and further solicits the pa tronage of those that hare sot yet a?aiied them selves of his aid. Persons that cannot conveniently call, by sen* lag the glasses In use, and stating Low' many inches they eau read this print with their specta cles, can be supplied with such that will Improve their sight. Innumerable testimonials to he seen; aad .eier ences given to many wLo have derived the cea'est ease and comfort frcm his glm^cs. Circulars to be had gratis, at his office, No. 513 8eventh stree?, thrje doors from Odd Fellows' Hall, upstairs. m. -rv m September?,lbM. ? it ? Specuicles you made for me suit vrrv weJ, uut seem tc have improved, my ileLt iticr* thai aay other I have lately tried. LlTT. W. TAZEWELL. m! VS. S*. i of Spectacle, obtained fro* Toulas, and find them of i>r^at uiIiUul* ft my sight, aad corresponding with his desc.lpt!c? of the focus. 1 recommend him as a aklll*ni optl MENRY A. WISE. : P*,,ro* Spectacles yea veaterday are particularly scnata tory to a*geey are veiy decidedly the best 1 * HP1 the owaer of eipht or nine pair, carefully selected In different plneae and fTora op tlclans recommended to tue on account of their ?.r-uLS'?n. .stan^1^? ln England, France and the United States I have been also picas*d with your remarks end directions on the treatment ?! CHAS. CALDWELL, ftatesor of M. C., Louisville, ly. M . LTMcniwas, Nov. 10,1851. Mr. Jtta Tobias ha>itg furnished me with ?lapse*, by which 1 have been greatly aided (my v slon caving suffered greatly from reeding at light in my earlier life) it affords me the blAest pleasure to say that I consider him a skillful prac tical optician, and well prepared to aid ;Losc wkt "*ay laed his protest;lonal services. WM. L. ROUZ1E, Elder cf Methcdlst Confereiaa. as. . C.,J|l S7.1tM. ^ ^?Jfmiis: Dear Sir?1 am happy to in that the Spectacles which 1 obtained fsom \o'.i las*, week are entirely satisfactory. From an lneousi ltv in the visual range of my eyes, h?r?. fdre found great difficult! In getting glasses of^hs proper focal distance. It atfords me S!;,,! I ald ?' y?ur optometer tfc's d'ffi eulty has Wn happily obviated so that the'aliL me*rked?idedly the teat aSiSS 1 havc yet used P ?ry respectfully, yours, li. u djiane Roctor of St. James' Parish ?T? PeTfccU7 to m HS s ,lnc< tw? Sm for me? whlch 1 have found t. ^ tke us? ?' hl* optomete i adiPl Classes minutely to the eye r okeerfotlp recommend Mr. Tobias to al1 laviag occasion to useglaases, aad bear my test! ?* to hla skill as an optician. HENRY lb. BALDWIN, |y It tfAMUt ***'r l# tl** Lu< Wimito JU?T KKCEIVKD, LONDON AKT JOUR. NALand other Books, Period cals ard Fa P**" FERGUSON. <e M neit to Lammond's, 4?6 7th sf. S??oT,u<;KABS AN11 "KKK* T1KTLI Bllooi. &rreTery<U>atC GAtTIKR'b Information for Traveler*. KXrCRftlO* BOAT* FOR THE WHITE HOUSE PAVILION THK STFAMERS THOS. COLLYFR OK GEORGE WASHINGTON- WT?w caa be chartered for publlr or leet parties to the White Home Psviiion. Fort Washington, Mount Vernon or any place on the Potomac River. For further particular* apply to the Captains of the Boat* or to the President of the Company. ?p 17-tf WAIHIN8TUII BRANCH KAILROAH. 4CHANGE ur HOtRi?On and afWj Mn V> day, the S3d instant. the Tralaa will Leave Waahlagtoa at 8 and ba. m., ami 3 aai %! Sunday at?){ f Leave Baltimore at 4* ud ?K a m., ul 3 ul ?? P m Cm Suaday at 4* a m ?*33? ?r T. I PAIROdd, iful QRAVOE ft ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. Great Southern Mail Line! SW TWICE DAILY (SUNDAY NIGHTS EXCEPTED1 Between Washington fiiy and tbr Sooth ! VIA: ALEXANDRIA, ? ORDONSVILLE. AN1> RICHMOND. Leave Waihln|t?a at ? a m and 7 p. m Fare from Washington to Richmond S4 56 OMNIBUSES and BAGGAGE WAGONS Will be at the Washington Railroad Depot to con vey PASSENGERS and BAGGAGE, of Chart*, to STEAMER GEORGE _ ?. PAGE, for ALEXANDRIA.a <5 ? tance of six mile*.allowing ample time for M<V i Tlckets procured on the boat. Expedition and ComfOrt are secured by this R.oa'e,a?itlaacoHTiwroe* limbo? riaav cla*s liiLioic v&om ALEXANDRIA TO RICH MOND ? THROUGH PASSENGERS and BA6GAGL carried without coat to the Depot of the Petersbv - * Railroad. Information of Route and Lost Baggie ob tained of JAMES A EVANS, feb 11 Agent, Alexandria, Va. FOR HARPER'S FERRY, Via Ck?$ay>*aJci Ok 19 Canal. THROUGH IN TWELVE HOURS' rPHE NEW AND SPLENDID PACKET I ROAT ARGO, Capt Chas H Mmiai, will commence making Rrrnlar Trips betwe* u GEORGETOWN and the above Point, on Mor.. day. March 2?tn. 1&56 The Boat will leave the wharf of W. H AH G Ritter, Georgetown. D. C , e? cry Mondav, Wed nesday. and Friday irorn'.np. at 6 e'e icck Returning, she will leave Harper's Ferry ev-v Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, at o Vlnrk Tfcroagh Tickets. SW.Wft. To Ltttburg Si *>??%, tn ludtng th? Stigt from Edtrcrdi' Ftrrf Families Intending to visit the Virginia Sprtn ?* the coming season will And this by far tl.< n..,t safe, pleasant, and cheapest rorte to Berkeles Car>on, Sfcanondale. White Sulphur and W arret Meal* served on board at moderate rate*. A coach will always be in readlatss in George town to convey passengers to and from the Boa: For further particulars inquire at the store ? f W II ft H . G. RITTER, Georgetown, and . W CUTSHAW. Harper's Ferry, Va mar 18?tf THE HEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES .MAIL STEAMERS.; I^HE SHIPS COMPRISING THIl LJNK are the ATLANTIC Capt. EJdrldgr BALTIC Capt Comstock ADRIATIC Capt Jes West Theee ships having been built by contract ex prc*siv for Government service, every care Let beer, taker, in 'heir ccestruction, as a. so in their engines, to Insure strength and speed; and their acccmmodations for passenger* are uneqoaled for ele*f? r.ce and comfort Price of passage from New York to Liverpool in first cabin. S130, in second do., 975 From Liverpool to New York, 30 and VO guineas An experienced surgeon attached to rach ship No berths can be secured until p.ild for. TLe sLIti rf tills line h*v* improved water-tight bulk leads, and to avoid danger from tee wl.liiot cr>>?? the Banks north of 4*2 degrees, until after tie 1st of August. proposed pates t?r ? a time. From A'?? fork. >?o?n Lwtrpal. lb56. 1h56 Saturday Apr tf Wednesday....Mtv M Saturday May lo Y\ edn??day....May 2* Saturday May 24 v\ ?dnr-dav....June il Saturday ..June ? Widuesday....June v ? Saturday# June tl Wednesday ....July ?? Saturday July 5 Wednesday....July tl Saturday July 14J Wednesday.... Aug ?> Saturday.......Aug. 2 Wednesday....Any vm Saturday Aug 16 Wednesday....Sept Saturday ..Aug. 30 \% edn<:*dav....Sept I? Saturday Sept. i:i Wednesday ....Oct. ? Sat rrday Sept 2? Wednesday ....Oct, ir. Saturday........Oct 11 Wednesday ....Oct 29 Saturday Oct 25 Wednesday.... Nov It Saturday Nov ?? Wednrsdav....Nov *t? Saturday Nov W Wtdne?day....Dee lo Saturday Deo b Wednesday ....Dec 24 Saturday Dec. *? For fn lght or passage apply to EDWARD K. COLLINS ft CO.. 56 Wall street. New \ ork BROWN. SHIPLEY ft CO.. Liverpool STEPHEN KENNARD ft CO., S7 Aust:? Friars, I^ondou B G. WAIN WRIGHT ft CO.. Paris The owners of the*e ships will not be account able for gold, silver, bullion, specie. Jewelry, pre cious stonra, or metals, unless bills of lading ar? signed therefor, and the value thereof exprea>*d therein. oi l-tr BY EAilROAD DIRECT TO THE WEST. Ttm* betwtfu Washington and W hoe I i rig but 17 J kourt f Running Time between Washmgtos and Cincinnati 27 houra " TH ROCtiH TICKETS A *t D BAGS AG K CHBCKS TO BB HAD IN WASB lNbTOH . The baltimore*~and ohio rail ROAD having greatly improved it* Western connei tlous, now ofiera tiie fu! c-st induceuients to Travelers between WABBIMGTON. BALTI MORE, and all (ortions of v e WEST, NORTH WEST. and the SOI THW EST. The? onnek Hon betwe?T tl?e Trains from Wash ington aud the Trains b?uud West from Ba tl more Is always promi4<y iaade at tiie Waa: ingtor Junction Tate'y i.a ed K< , Ho .we) f n.i e? from Baltimore. This is the ou'v ci.ange af sars required between Wastiington and the OLio river. Baggage is chec ked Uirou^'- to Wheeling at the Washington Station and WkKhlC and trans ferred there, (with tiie t asser.yers) without charge, for those iiolding Througli'1 i< kets for |olnU be yond. Tie conne ting trains leave WasMngton daiyatfia m and 4^ p.m. On Sundays aT the later hour onfy. At BEN WOOD, 4 miles from Wheeling, itra i (OnwdwH is made wltti tl e trains of CENTRAL OHIO RAILROAD, running from Beilair. on the Ohio, through Cambridge. Zaaesvillo. and Newark, to COLUMBLV These trains coane< t at Newark with tiie < are of the Newark, Man*?* d and Sandusky Hal road for Sandusky, Toledo, Detroit, Cl,I'ago. ?t Louis, et.-. At COLUMBUS the C O Ratlro d trains con net t with the fast train* of tiie l.'ttie Miami Rai roatI to Xenia. Cincinnati, Louisvile, etc. At XENIA ion Litte Miaiul Rai roadwonne< tion la formed witli the trains through Dayton, to Indian a, oils, Terre Haute. Lafayette, Ct:l ago, Rock Is and, St. Louis, Carlo, etc \rr Passengers i>o ding Through Tickets for UeruftkiM, I'uk Lui g. Satthirr, Aw Oiltetu, etw., will, h are also sold at Washington?are trans ferred at Cin inuatl. to the Mai Steamers on the Ohio. Tivkets for tvansvi ie, C>?rio, and St. Louis are sold bv th? river route. 1CT For CLEVI LAND, aid via C eve and to To erfo, Detroit, Chi ago. etc , tickets are so'd, when tiie Ohio Is navigabe b*tw??i Wh? ln^ and Wellsviile (forty ml es where a connection wltii the C eve>and and Pittsburg Rai'read made. Travel* re are f? quested to notLc U.at wnl e tills is the only route affording Though Tickets and Checks In Washington, it is a so t..e shortest, most speedy, and dTre t to nmryalthe leading points In the great West. The distance from Waahington to Cincinnati Is but 65.1 nil e*. lieing about 100 ml.os shorter than by any othtr rvute FARK, BY THKOIGU IHKtT, IKoll WaSHIVGTttk To Wbealag, SV M>: Coum bus. S13 65; Dayton, SIS 50; Cln. lnnati, SI* W Louisvli'e, by rai road,S18 65. by steamer from Cin. lnnati. Slf ?>; Indiana-o Is. fl7 50; Cleve land, SI? 50; Toedo, S?5 HO; Detroit. S15 2t?; Clii ago, S20 65and f 19 5U; St Lonls. 9'i> 50 and S25; Memiilds, S2?>. New Or eans, S31, et. |r^ FOR FREDERICK AND HARPER'S FERRY. MARTINSBURG CUM Hi- R I.AND, BKRK LEY SPRIN6S, BEDFORD SPRINGS, PIEDMONT, OAKLAND, and FAIRMONT, passengers may leave Waahington at 6 a. ni or 4i p m. For the minor way stations between Baltimore and Wheeling, take 6 a. m train froru Washington. H71 For trains to and from Baltimore, Araaj oils, etc., see s; e. la advertlsetnt nts For further Information, Throtigh Tl kets et. , aprly to THOMAS H. PARSON'S, Agent at Washington Station WM S. WOODSIDE. Master of Transit r;?ii?.n, march 1?tf U. ft U. KsAiroad^ba.tiiuoie