EVENING STAR. THE KOURNEB. BY HOIf. MRS. KOITON. I saw the widower mournfully stand. Gazlag out o'er sea and land; O'er the yellow corn a ad waving trees, And blue stream rippling In the breexe. Oh ! beautiful seem the e*rth and sky Why does he heave that bitter sigh * Vain are the sunshine and brightness to him; His heart Is heavy, his ere* are dim. His thoughts are not witn the moaning sea, Though bis gaze be fixed on It vacantly; His thoughts are far where the dark boughs wave O'er the silent rest of hla Mary's grave. He starts, and brushes away a tear, For the still small voices are In his ear Of the bright-haired angels his Mary left To comfort her lonely and long bereft WltM a gush of sorrow hs turns to press Hsr little ones close with a fond caress. And *h?y sigh ; oh ! not because Mary sleeps? (For she Is forgotten ')?but that he weeps Yes, she Is forgotten ! The patient love, The tenderness of that meek-eyed dove, The voice that rose on the evening air, To bid them kneel to the God of prayer ; The joyous tones that greeted them, when After a while she came again; The p-essure soft of her ruse leaved cheek; The touch of her hand, as white and weak, She laid It on each shining head. And blessed the sons of the early dead; All Is forgotten ' All passed away Like the fading close of a summer day; Or the sound or her voice (though they scarce ran VTkott voice It was they loved so we'l) Comes with their laughter, a short sweet dream As the breeze blows over the gentle stream, VV hkh has drunk to the dregs of sorrow's bowl, Her look and her smile, and (he lightest word Of the musical voice he has so often heard, And never may hear on earth again, Though he love* it more than he loved It then, Are borled. at times to rise unbld, And force hot t?*ar* to the burning lid Her mother beloved, may learn to 'orget, Hut ne will remember, and weep for her yet. Oh! while the heart where her nead hath lain in Its hours of joy, its sighs of pain; While the hand which so oft hath been clasped in hers In the twilight hour when nothing stirs, Heat with the deep full pulse of life, Can he forget his gentle wife ? Many may Jove him, and he in truth May love, but not witk love of his youth. Kver around his joy will come A stealing sigh for his long-loved home, And ktr step, and ker voice will go glidlngly bv Through the desolate halls of his memory. ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS. Willarda' Hotel?j. c. ?L h. A. WILLABD. T J Curtis, Md W B Boland, SC J Bay nor, NH ET Bregaw, N Y E Justin A ly, SC llrCW West, Ga R 1) Hubbard. Ct J? j Flamerv, do 1) H A bell, N Y C Flti, La C M Morris, USN J H Jones, Fa Hudson. La CD Archibald, London P D Bridge, Ky \V Hendorson A soo,lnd C Ferry, do j W Geary, Pa M G Kesnen, DC Mrs M A Sheppard, O W W Chapln. Wis W T Forrest, do F A Holmes, Cuba F Stanley, USN J Nortway A ly, p? W Patchin, Ky ? 8 Weaver, NC J A Hulmer, do J R Soul laid. Md E Lockport. La W Soul lard, Ky J Noyes A ly, Fa J Croft A ly, NY S II Blnnson, Del M iss Croft, do T Wormser, N Y W Oaks A ly, NC H Lawrence, do J Spang A ly, Pa E Lincoln, Mass JOoodiwugh, NY J C Moselion, Mo H Cooke, do J Leaney, Md E L Chlnn A 3 ladles, J Gallidy, Ga _?* C Gallidy, do H Doff. \V is W k Fazolt. N Y J Whiting, Mi C Buell A ly, 8C C B Dr.-wren, NH W Rloketts, do J Shaner. Ml Natissal Hotel ?wm. GOT. C F McLery, fam, SC M W Chesman, Fla J B Cohen do KA Meagher, do M D BaU, Del W S Murray. SC J Sllliman, Pa JL Weem, Va ? i Ei*1**' do J H Porter, N Y *8W*gn?r, do HE Smtth, Pa W J McKlroy. do J H Swett, do J M Collins, do L Pcsey, Md - 3 McLaury. do Dr A M Stark, do T E v\ oodbridge, Va W Georia, Mo C B Wannail, 111 C Lenlng, Pa ?f O Dean, Pa W E Preston, Ark ? ^ A B W aterman, Pa . Kaae, do W Papisoan, Mo J C*ldwell, N Y M r? Tha per, N T N J Snyder. Pa A B Hall, Mass do R Chandler, Ky Miss O W all, Fla M A Kellogg, do B Beaver, fam, Mex Brown*' Hotel.?T. P. A *. BROWS. ?J Va J Humbud. Md J R Inglehart, Tex D G Ray G J C Rust, Va F G King do f .M.Vtln' NY J ? Hall, Va J J Morri-, Va D E Butho, Ga W Stowton, do Mrs Walton, do H A banks, do Mlsn Walton, do A S Lee, fam, Mo E C Wilson, Va J Kennett, dr, Del S J Moore, do H Johnson, fam, Pa J H McShee.Cal M'ss Jonts. do S Bradley, ly, Va V* W G Grumshaw, do ?" u Ark S TN ?well, M d S H Oilman. La Miss Abbett, do H N Snyder, Tenn T Van Slooter, La ? NC T A Farron, Tenn C W Newkla, ly, Pa M Davidson, La Hirk wo?d Hosae?J. i. a. h. kirkwood. BelchCT? W V Mclntyre A ly, 8C P R Carrington, Ark Miss C Robins, do Hall, Md Col Ampersand, NY D R Blacklock, Va S Wethered, Pa Z 5 ?***' do L W Huprey A ly, Ky / *? Miss Simpklns, N Y GW Thrift, Ala D 11 Barrow, Md MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS VIOK TBB VRITIB STATU Nmmi. Lutii tor D Of. Hermann New York....Bremen.....July 12 Edlnburg New York....Glasgow....July 12 Canada Boston Liverpool...July IS New York....Liverpool...July i? Africa. New Yofk....Liverpool...July 23 Lebanon New York....Liverpool...July24 * U"?n New York....Pavre July 28 riOM IS BOPS. Fulton Havre New York..July 2 Niagara Liver pool.... Bos tan July 5 Ericsson......Live;pool....New Yok...July V P*?1* Liverpool New York...July 12 City of Bslt... Liverpool.... Philadelphia. J uly IS The California steamers leave New York on tl ? ?th inllfitl) of each month. STILL SELLING OFF 0UA??IIRJE STOCK UP FANCY DRESS v GOODS ?W e have marked down still lower Dress Silks, Plain Beregrs, Figured Silk Tissues and Bereges, French Lawns, Chint zes, and Figured Brilliants. 50 pieces more of those rich Plaid Ginghams at 10 cents, worth 25 200 yards extra good Printed Lawns at 12 K cents, all fast colors. n In fhct, we shall sell off eveiy article in fancy ?'Tlw In Spring and Summer Goods at extremely low prices for cash, in order to close them out this Mason. remaining about?50 Silk and Lace Mantlilaa, which we desire te sell, and will offer . k'*ck Lace Scarfs and Lace Points, at reduced price*. ~A ful1 ,tock ot staple Goods, in superfine Shirting Cottons and Linens, Sheetings, figured and striped Shirting Linens;' 100 Allen JSi NmiI rowe?jnK. Table Diapers and Napkins, with many desirable articles for o,ihe bMt cusi>&nd be sold at the lowest market price* for cash, or to prompt paying customers All articles warranted to prove as represented, and goods cut off cannot be taken bark COLLEY A SKAKS, Je 30-eo2w 523 7th st . 3 door* above Pa. av. MRS. .tl. E. IIAKVET,7 (Svccsssoa toJasii P. Habvit, d*ceas*d,) UNDERTAKER, BIfo 410 Strentk ttrnt, bttven ? and H, EGS LEAVE TO INFORM THE PUBLIC that the his In her employ the^ same person* that were formerly In theestablishment, who are fully competent te conduct the Undertaking Business; and that every attention will be given to caUs, day or night, a.< heretofore. m 12 6m JONAS F. I,KVJ, ~ mroiTii Ai>tiALii im WI**S, LIQUORS, CIGARS, AND FINE ? 0R0CERIE3, 4 Porwsrding March sat *0 ^A^ANCE and B1LL broker, :vr, BMi1' [No. Ml] jVOTICEOF WITHDRAWALOF LANDS 1" in Loatsiaaa.?In pursuance of the act o Congress, approved 34 J one,1956, making a grant of land to the State of Louisiana, to aid In th? construction of certain railroads in said State. in structions have just been given to the local land officers to continue the reservation from sale and location of the following described lands In their respective districts, as probably failing within the prescribed limits of selection, until otherwise di rected. as heretofore ordered by telegraph on the 31st of May last, vlx: Office at Natchitoches, all the lands In the district, except as follows: Townships 7 to 13, Inclusive, of range 4. Townships 9 to 13, Inclusive, of range 5. Townships 9 to 14, inclusive, of range 6. Townships 11 to 14, inclusive, of rangea 7 and 8, and Townships 13 and 14, of ranges ? and 10. Oflte at Mosaoa, all the lands In the dlatric1 situated in townships 15 to 20, Inclusive, which lie vest of range7 east; and in townships 14 to 19, inclusive, between range 6 east and the Mis sissippi river. Office at Opblott?as. all the lands In thedia trlct situated norf* of tne base line and w??r of the principal meridian, together with the fol lowing : Township 1 north, of ranges 1 and S east Townships 1 to 6 south, inclusive, of ranges 1 and 2 west Townships 1 to 4 south, inclusive, of rangea 3, 4, and 5 west Townships 1 and 2 south, of ranges 6 and 7 we?t Townships 1 to 9 south, inclusive, of rar gea 1 and 2 east Townships 2 to 11 soath, inclusive, of range 3 east Townships 2 to 13 south, Inclusive, of range 4 east Townships 4 to 14 south, inclusive, of range 5 east Townships 4 to 15 south, inclusive, of range C east Together with all the townships east of range 6 east, and south of township 5 south. Office at (iBisNsBrno, all the lands In the dis trict situate between ranges 2 east and 10 east. Office at Niw Orleans, all thetownshlps sit uated between ranges 2 east and 12 east, and east of the Mississippi river; and the following lying west of the Mississippi river, vlx : Townships 13 to l?, inclusive, of ranges 12 and 13 Townships 13 to 19, Inclusive, between ranges 13 and 17 Townships 12 to 18, Inclusive, between ranges 16 and 20, and Townships 12 to 17, Inclusive, lying east of range 19. Given under my band, at the General Land Office, at the city of Washington, this 18th day of June. 1856. THOS A. hendricks, je 20-1 aw6w Commissioner. FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES. For sale, at the nurseries of the subscrlDer, at Llnnan II 111, a?d oni 14th street, In Washington, a large and well' selected assortment of FRUIT and ORN A-? MENTAL TREES. Amongst them 12 to 15 thonsand APPLE TREES, well-assorted and of fine growth, at ?20 per hundred. 15 to 20 thousand PEACH TREES, forming a complete assortment, at 812 50 per hundred, or 8100 per thousand. 5,000 to 7,000 PEAR TREES, dwarfs and stan dards. A few hundred DWARFS of extra slxe. W 1th a general assortment of PLUM, CHER RY, APRICOT, NECTARINE, and QUINCE TREES. Also, CURRANTS. GOOSEBERRIES, RASPBERRIES, STRAWBERRIES, Ac of the most approved kinds. The stock of ORNAMENTAL TREES is ex tensive and fine. Amongst those of large size for streets and lawns are many thousands of such as American and European Elms and Lindens, Tu lip Trees, Aspen, Abele, and other Poplar*; American and European Horse Chestnuts; Sugar, Silver. Scarlet, and Norway Maples-, Mountain Ash, Green and White Ash; several varieties of Oaks and Magnolias; Weeping Willows, Golden Willows, and many ethers. Ornamental Evergreens and Shrubbery. Great exertions have been made to make this department complete; it now contains from thirty to forty thousand Firs and Pines of choice varie ties, a portion of which are of extra size. Persons wishing to embellish their grounds and proprietors of public cemeteries will And it to their advan'ageto call and select such as may an swer their purposes. Persons residing near, when It is desired, can have Trees delivered, with balls of earth to the roots, which they will find toglvethem a decided preference over trees transported from a Jlstance. Job gardeners will be supplied at a reasonable discount. JOSHUA PIERCE, mar 14?wtf REMEDY FOR WARM WIATUEu. JUST RECEIVED AT THE UNION BOT tllng Depot, a large supply of that unsur passed tonic for invalids, GINGER WINE. Also XXX Pale and Burton-s Ales and Por ter of very superior quality, together with a I large assortment of syrups of almost every kind ; all of which, together with our premium Mine ral Wateis will be furnished to customers la any part of Washington or Geor/etown All orders left at the Depot In Georgetown, or with the drivers of our Wagons, will meet with prompt attention. ARNY A SHINN. je 9-tf REMOVAL. Dr. munson has taken and fitted up the house formerly occupied by Major Robert Kevworth, No .'<381 Pennsylvania avenue, and is now ready 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 excellency of which over all other styles of teeth, many now wearing them in this city, will cheerfullv vouch. There is one Dentist In this elty who has been infringing the patent, and made a bad Imitation of R, against whom I here by caution the public N. B. Whenever a Dentist speaks against Allen's Patent Continuous Gum Teeth, when properly ronstructed, it is because he is Ignorant of the process, incomretent to make the work, or Is unwilling to pay for the patent. Dr. M. is now extracting teeth without pain by a new and perfectly safe process. References as in former advertisement. Jel?-tf GAUZE MERINO AND SILK UNDER SHIRTS AND DRWVEKS. Another and very large supply of Gentlemen's Hnderdress 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 buy exclusively' for caah, and that we offer the best goods at the lowest and uniform prices, at STEVENS'S m 16-tf Salesroom, Browns' Hotel. Spanish and Mexican statutes, printed at Madrid and at Mexico, being the decrees of the Spanish Cojtes and the Mexican Congress. A number of volumes, more or less consecutive, for sale at a low price. Jy 1 FRANCK TAYLOR. *OR MOUNT VERNON. ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS ?FARE, ROUND TRIP, 81; FROM ? jdT~ J. I ALEXANDR1A75CENTS ?The&?2^Efi steamer rHO.MAS COLLYER ton at V and Alexandria at9jtf o'clock. Coaches leave the Capitol for the boat at 8M | o'clock. Coach fare 10 cents. Persons wishing the coaches will leave their residence with George A Thomas Parker. Refresh ments on the boat. ap2-tf SAM'L GEDNEY, Captain. Fashionable life, by m a r y h. Eastman The Kingdom which shall not be destroyed, bv Rev J. Oswald Hand-Book of American Literature, Historical, Biographical and Critical The War Path, by J. B. Jones The Nortn American Review for July DeUow's Review for July John Halifax, Gentleman, jy 8 FRANCK TAYLOR. HARPER'S MAGAZINE FOR JULY; ** 25cents. Harper'* Story Book, No. 20 (Ramble Among theAlps-) 25 cents ' v * Godry's Lady's Book for July : 25 cents. Sparrow Grass Papers; 81. Graham's Magazine for July; 25 cents. ?ew York Journal for Julv; 18* cents for June 28th and all the Met numbtr for rale by K k I II \ hv Je?4_ No. l> Bridgettreet/Georgetown. JUST RECEIVED^! Scotch Herrings Fre*h Peerhe* and Apricots Pnuie Cordial Levy 's celebrated Bitters Vermacelll and Maccaronl Sweet OH Fresh Teas, for sale by JONAS P. LEVY. 474 Pa. avenue, Wine, Liquor and Segar store I Jeio-tf JOHNSTON'S PHILOSOPHICAL twIT complete with Key, said to be the best dPlirn ever gotten up for schools and serninarle* ferguson, 20 next to Lammond'a. 4*6 7th st. PRESERVEUGINGER.-A BEAUTIFUL article joat received and for sale by Jy ^ z. m. r. kino. AYERS PILLS Anew and singularly success ful remedy for the cure of ail bilious dis eases?Costlveness, Indigestion, Jaundice, Drop sy, Rheumatism, Fevers, Gout, Nervousness, Humours, Irritability, Inflammations,Headache, Pains, in the Breast, Side, Back, and Limbs, Female Complaints, Ac.. Ac. Indeed, very few are the diseases which a purgative medicine is not more or less required, and much sickness and suffering might be prevented if a harmless but effectual Cathartic were more freely used No person can feel well whllea costive habit of body prevails; besides it soon generates serious and often fatal diseases, whlcn might have been avoided by the timely and judlcoas use of a good purgative. This is alike true of Colds, Feverish symptoms, and Bilious derangements. They all tend to become or produce the deep seated and formidable distempers which load the hearses all over the land. Hence a reliable family physic is of the first importance to the public health, and this Pill has oeen perfected with consummate skill to meet that demand. An extensive trial of Its virtues by Physicians, Proiessors. and Pa tients, has shown results surpassing any thing hitherto known of any medicine. Cures heve been effected beyond belief, wer? they not sub stantiated by persons of such exalted positions and character as to forbid the suspicion of un truth. 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 Assaver of Massachusetts, whose high Professional character is endorsed by the Hon EDWARD EVERETT, Senator of the Vnlted States ROBERT C. WINTHROP, Ex-Speaker of the House of Representatives ABBOTT LAWRENCE, Minister Plen . to England t JOHN B. FITZPARICK, Catholic Bishop of Boston; also Dr. J. R. CHILTON. P'a tlcal Chemist of New York City, endorsed by Hon. W. L MARCY, Secretary of State. WM. B. ASTOR, the richest man In America. 8. LELAND A Co., Proprietors 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 sciencecan afford They are compounded not of the dru^s themselves, but of the medicinal virtues only of Vegetable remedies extracted by Chemical process in a state of purity, and com bined together In such a manner as to Insure the best results. This system of composition for medicines has been found In Cherry Pectoral and Pills both, to produce a more etllrient 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 Injuri ous qualities, bv 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 hveproved, more purely remedial, and the 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 ether organs of the body, restoring theirirregular action to health, and by correcting, wherever they exbt, such de rangements as are the first origin of disease. Prepared by Dr JAMES C AYER, Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass. Price 25 cents per box ; five boxes for ?1. Sold by Z.J) GILMAN, Washington, and by all respectable Druggists. ap8-4m T O P il A ,>1 A NOIIKLCT'I NEW AND CHEAP SADDLE, HARNESS AND TRUNK STORK, 4 W Seventh st .opposite Odd Fellows' Hall. MESSRS. TOPHAM. late of Philadelphia, and ?Pl^NORFLKT of this city,. ? respectfully announce to their friends and the public, that they have com menced the Saddling Business at the above stand, where they will make and keep constantly ou hand a large and superior assortment of?Mens', Ladles' and Boys' SADDLES, BRIDLES, MARTINGALES.and WHIPS. HARNESSof every description, both for city and country use. All kinds of TRUNKS, VALISES, and CAR PET BAGS. Ladles'SATCHELS, TRAVEL ING BASKETS, apd FANCY WORK BOXES. HORSE BLANKETS, COVERS. COLLARS, and HAMES. Horse,Spoke, and Dust BRUSH ES. CARDS, CURRY-COMBS, SPONGES, AC,Ac. Ail material used will be the best that can be obtained; and both of us having been practical workmen for several years, we feel confident that our work cannot be surpassed, either for style or durability. By unremitting efforts to give satis faction we hope to merit, and respectfully solicit, a share of public patrona^w. Pastlcular attention paid to covering Tniaks and repairing all kinds of work. Badalers; tools constantly on hand, nev 7 tf ALWAYS SMnKTilIKU NfcW! HEAD THIS, OLD AND YOUNG! Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative WILL RESTORE GRAY HAIR TO OR1 glnal color permanently; made to grow up on baTd 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 becoming gray or falling, to an imaginable age Read the following testimonials, and we defy you to doubt, (says the Waverly Magazine.) Success to the genius whose tonic we say, Turns back to Us color the Hair that was gray. SOMETHING WORTH KNOWING !?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 0 nwUUVHUI C1ICI IW ? 11 IS longer problematical, but a self-evident truth, hundreds of our community can testify.?Bos .% Htrald. SiiDKiK, Me, June 22, lo52. Mr.H.Dyis?Dear Sir: 1 have used two bot tles of Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative, and can truly say it Is the greatest discovery of tne age for restoring and changing 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 was one of the worst kind Yours respectfully, DAN'L N. MDRPHY* Caultlb, 111., June 27, 1853. 1 have used Prof O J. Wood's Hair Restora tive, and have admired Its wonderful effect. My hair was becoming, as 1 thought, prematurely gray; but by the use of the " Restorative" It has resumed Its original color, and, I have no doubt, permanently so SIDNEY BREESE, Ex-Senator United States. HA IR R ESTO RATIVE.?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 might be, being the color of early manhood; and aslneand glossy as silk, and that without any other application than the Restorative. If it has done thlt> upon others, will it not do the same for any of our readers whose "frosty prows" were once like the " raven locks" of Lothlel's warlike chief, if they will try It. We think so.?Jackson villi Constitutional, Oct. 5, 1853. THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OFTHE AGE.?It seldom occurs that we notice, under any circumstances, patent medicines, restora lives, or anything of the kind, for we have a pre judice against most of them. But candor com pels us to Invite attention to the advertisement of Professor Wood's Hair Restorative. We are too Juvenile to require anything of the kind, butsoiae Instances ?f 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 ftitration, as directed, the effect Is produced upon he skin, which brings out the original colored hair, without stiffness, and gives it a glossy and natural appearance. We have seen persons who haveusea It. and are much pleased with it. Ex amine the advertisement?Missouri Republican. O. J. WOOD A CO., Proprietors. No. 316 Broadway, New York, and 114 Marketstreet, St. Louis, Missouri. C STOTT A CO , wholesale and retail Agent, Washington. Also for sale byD. S. Dyson, S. Parker, undor National Aotel, and alt Druggists; in eorgetown by K S. T. Clssel; in Alexandria by Peel A Stevais. T. W DYOTT A SONS, General Wholesale Agent, Philadelphia, Pa. . feb 1?6m Mr. w. hknry palmkk'i PIANO FORTE CLASSES, Five Dollars Per Quarter. Apply at GEORGE HILBUS'S Music Depot. Peassytvanla avenue. mar 14-tf 1?K. J. THOKNK, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN A SURGEON, OVriCB AND RKSIDKICK, Comer 13th it. and New York &Yenne, WASHINGTON, D.C. Olttoe hours?o to 1U, 2 to 4, a to lu. m7-3m* Carter's Spanish Mlxtur# THE OR KIT PURIFIER OFTHE BLOOD BEST ALTERATIVE KNOWN'! ROT A FABT1CLB OB MBBCVRT IB It!!! Aa Infallible remedy for Scrofula, King's Evil, Rheumatism, Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions, Pimples or Postnles on the Face, Blotches, Bolls, Ague and Fever, Chronic Sore Eyes, Ringworm or Tetter, Scald Heald, 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 of the Blood. FT1H1S great remedy, which ha* become so rap J. Idly and so Justly celebrated for Its extraordi nary eflcacy In relieving and curing many of the most obstinate and terrible forms of disease with which mankind is afllcted, Is now offered to the public, with the conldent assurance that no Mid ical discovbbt ever made has been so eminently successful In curing Scbofbla, and all disbasbb or thb Blood,as CARTER'S SPANISH MIX TTU RK The proprietors are receiving by every mall most flattering and astonishing details of cures made In all parts of the count 17, and In most casee where the skill of the best Physicians had toea rled in vain. Its power over the Blood Is truly remarkable and all diseases arising from Impurity of the great Seat or Libb have been relieved aadcured with out a single failure, out of the thousands who have used It. Carter's Spanish Mixture contains no McrcuTy, Opium, Arsenic, or any dangerous drugs, but is composed of Roots and Herbs, com bined with other lngredlentsof known virtue, and may be given to the youngest Infant or most de bilitated*Invalid, without the least possible hesi tation. We hare only room for short extracts from the volumes of testimony In our possession, and all from gentlemen of the highest respectability, well known tn 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 an* other preparation?Daily Dttpmttk, Rickmtnd. fa. The Hon. John M. Bolts,of Vs.,says heconsld ers it a matter of duty to add his testimony to the virtues of Carter's Spanish Mixture, from actbal pbrsonal obsbrvation of its remarkable cum 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 Mixture. We know it to be all it professes.?Edtttr Sentkitdi Dtmoerat, PtUrtburg, fm. We have found from personal trial, that Car ter's Spahlsh Mixture is'a ti-uly valuable medi cine?Ed. Vtrgtnnn Indtpittdtnt, Vt GREAT CURE OF SCRO FULA ?A press man in our employ was cured of Scrofula of a vir ulent character by a few bottles of Carter's Spa* lsh Mixture, jiftereverythingelsehadfaileu. Oth er cures which have come under our own observa tlod, proves to us conclusively, that is really a val uable medicinal egent. We take great pleasure in exiling the attention of the afllcted to Its mer its ? Riekmond Rtv*oiit*n. SYPHILIS.?1 have seen a number of cures oi Syphilis performed by Carter's Spanish Mixture. I believe It to te a perfect antldol; for that horri ble disease. K. BURTON, Con. of Revcauc for city of Richmond LIYVR D1SBASE.?SamuelM. Drinker, 01 the fitm of D;L*ker A Morris, Booksellers, Rich mond, Va., w?* of Liver disease of several vears standlig by only three bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture. OLD SORES, ELMERS AND OPETINAVh ERUPTIONS ON THE SKIN ?See the curr of Mr. Harwood, and others, detailed In our Al manac The number of such cases cured by Car ter'* Spanish Mixture, precludes the possibility of Inserting them in an advertisement. EFFECTS OF MSRCVH.Y.-&* the cure ol Mr. Elmore. He was eaten up w|th Mercury and could obtain no relief, until he ttfok six tooltip* of Carter's Spanish Mixture, which D^rfoctly restored him to health and vigor. NEURALGIA.?Mr. F. Hoyden, formerly f the Astor House. N. Y.,but xnore recently propri etor of the Exchange Hotel, Richmond, wascur?*d of Neuralgia by Carter's Spanish Ailxture. Since that time, ne says he has seen it cure more than a hundred cases of the disease in which it is used. He never falls to recommend it to the aflicted. RHEUMAT1SM.?Mr. John F. Harrlsoa, Druggist, of Martinsburg, Va., writes of the sin gular cure of a violent case of Rheumatism. The patient could not walk. A few bottles entirely cured him. SCRO FULA?Mt. Harrison also writes of a great cure of Scrofula, In the person of a young Tady, (of three years standing,) which all the doc tors could not reach. Six bottles made a cure 0! her. SYPHILIS ?Dr. K. T. Hendle, of Washing ton. D. C , who cured an obstinate case of Syphi lis by Carter's Spanish Mixture, says "It act* spe clally on the Hlood, Liver and Skin and is prompt and efllcient !n Its results." Dr. John MInge, formerly of the City Hotel, Klcnmond,now of Alabama, says be has see* Carter's Spanish Mixture administered In a num ber of cases with astonishingly good efl'ect. He recommends it as "the most eflcfent alterative li ase." SALT RHEUM AND SCROFULA?Mr Jos. Robinson, of Wooster, Ohio, was cured 01 Scrofula and Salt Rheum of three years standing by only three bottles of Carter's Spanish M Ixture WM. 8 BEERS A CO., Proprietors, No 301 11 road way, New York. ID^ Price SI per bottle, or six bottles for 85 For sale by CHAS. STOTT, Washiagton, D. C.,aad Druggists generally act l_ 1* THE OREATbS'l MEDICAL DISCOVERY (JF THE AGE. Dr. KENNEDY, of Ksxbnry, Hat discovered In one of our common fastbrb wrids a remedy that cures EVERY KIND OF HUMOR; ?!?* TBB WORST SCROFULA DOWN TO A COM MON FIMPLB. HE HAS TRIED IT IN OVER ELEVEN hundred eases, and never failed except in two ca*.es, (both thunder humor ) He has now in his possession over two hundred certificates of its vlr tuejall within twenty miles of Boston. Two bottle* are warranted to cure a nursing sore mouth. One to throe battles will cure the worst kind of pimples on the face. Two to three bottles will clear the system of biles. Two bottles are warranted to eure the won ?anker ia the mouth and stomach. Three to five bottles are warranted to euro Hie Worst case of Erysipelas. One to two bottles are warranted t? tars all kumor in the eves. 'fWo bottles are warranted to cure running of the ears and blotches among the hair. Four to six bottles are warranted to onre aorrn?; aad running ulcers. One bcttle will cure scaly eruption cf tne skin. Two to three bottles are warranted to cure ihs forst case of ringworm. Two to three bottles are warranted to eure the BBost desperate case of rheumatism. Throe to four bottles are warranted te eare the salt rheum. Five to eight bottles will sure the worst eases of scrofnli. A bene!t Is always experienced from the first Battle, and a perfect care is warranted vhen the above nuantlty is taken. .wf . fr' 'P"ddl?d over a thousand bottles oj this in tne vicinity of Boston. I know the efibct . , 1 eTery So sure as water will extin guish fiie, so sure will this cure humor. 1 never sold a bottle 01 It but that sold another: ater a trial it always speaks for itself. There arc" twe tklsgu about this herb that appears to nae surpris ing; flrst that it prows in our pastures, in some places quite plentiful, and yet its value has never been known until I discovered it In 1845?second that It sh?Mid eu/e all kinds of bumor. In erfiar to^lvc some idea of the sudden r'sa tad great pajSWlly of the discovery, I will state that lu April, 1H83, 1 peddled it, and sold about I bottles per day-le April, 18M, I sold over l.W? bottles per day of it. Some of the wholesale Druggists who havebe"* la bus!news twenty and thirty years, say that no thing in the annals of patent medicines was ever like it. There If a universal praise of it from all quarters In my own practice ! always kept it ntrletlv Tor humors?but sines its introduction as a general family medicine, great and wonderful virtues have been found In It that I never suspected Several cat.es of epileptic fits?a disease which was always considered incurable,have been cur?o by a ft w bottles O, what a mercy if it will prove effortual in all eases of that awful malady?there are but few who have seen more of it than 1 have 1 know of several cases of Dropsy, all of them aged people cured by it l-'or the various diseases or the Liver, Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, Asthma, t ever and Ague, I'aln in the Side, Diseases of the Spine, and particularly in diseases of the Kid neys, &e., the discovery has done more good than any medicine ever known No change of diet ever necessary?eat the besi you can get and enough of It. Direction* for Ut*.?Adults one table spoonful Kir day?Children over ten years dessert spoon I?Children from Ave to eight years, tea spoon ful. As no directions can be applicable to all con stltutlons, take sufficient to operate on the bowels twice a day. manbbactbbbd bt UUNALDKENNEDY, N?. 120 Warrtn strut. Roxburp, Mail. Pbicb, Onb Dollar. Wholesale Agents ?New York City, C. V. CL1CKNEK, Hi Barclay street: C. H. RINtt, 1W Broadway; A. B. A D. SANDS, 100 Fultoa street. Philadelphia, T. W. DYOTT A SONS Haltlruore, BROWN A BROTHER, CANBY A HATCH Alexandria, PEEL A STEVENS. At Retail by all respectable Druggists in the 8lates an<* British Provinces, and also by t*? Draggle* o| tklo City. oatM-ly PRIVATE HIOIOiL TKKATUI ON TBI PHILOSOPHICAL VIEW Of MARBIAGI, ? ? B. LA CROU, n. D ? t ALBANY, N. Y., Ml 19* Pim*, Plain.mmd Ctlttd Liik ?grfkt and Plain. PlIOl OHLT TW?*TT-FlV* ClRTI. Bent Free of Postage to all parti of the Ualoa. (CHEAPEST BOOK EVER PVBL1SHKD? 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 I nfirml ties, and Disorder of Youth and Maturity, resulting from ex cesses, which destroy the physical and mental pow-' era, wfth Observations on Marriage, its duties and disoualllcations, aid th-lr remedies: with Lithograph*.Illustrating the Anatomy and Physiology, and Diseases of the Re produetlve Organs of both sexes, their structure, uses, and functions. A popular and comprehen sive Troatlse on the Duties and Causaltles of sin gle and married 1 lib?happy and fruitful alliances, mode of securiag them? Infelicitous and infertile ones?their obvlatlon and removal ?important hints to those contemplating matrimony, that will overcome objections to It; none, however, should take this important step without Irst consulting its Kes?commeffitarlrs on the diseases and medical tment of females from Infancy to old age, each case graphically Illustrated by beautiful mhogra Chie plates?nervous debility, its causes and sure, y a process at once so simple, safe. and effectual that nilureislnipossible?rules for daily manage ment?an essav on Spermatorrhea. with practical obsefvatlons on the safer and moresuctMmul 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 persons can cure them selves without mercury?remedies for those self Inflated miseries and disappointed bo pes so un fortunately prevalent in the young. It Is a truth ful adviser to the married ana those contemplating marriage: I ts perusal Is particularly recommend ed to persons entertaining secret doubts of their physical condition, and who are conscious of bav. Ing hazarded tb?* health, happiness.and privileges to which every human being Is entitled PricoTWENTY-FIVE CUNTS per copy, or Five Copies for One Dollar. Mailed, free of,jx>st ?ge, to all parts of the Un'ted States N. B?Those who prefer may consult Dr. LA CROIX upon any of tne diseases upon which this book treats, either personally or by mall. Medi cine sent to any part af the Onion according to di rections, safely packed and carefully secured from all observation. Address Dr M. U LA CROIX, No 31 Maiden Lane, or I'ost Office Hox -78 Albany, N. Y. CJT OAce open dally, from U a id to 9 p m. end oa Snndaj from 3 until 5 p. m ILf~ Office REMOVED from No. 56 Beaver st. ta.il Maidtn Lam, Albany, ffets Yarb. dec *3?if DOCTOR HOOK LAND'8 CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS FKirilES BT Dr C M JACKSON Philadelphia, Pa , will bffkctcallt ccri J LIVER COMPIAINT, DYSPEPSIA, ACNDICE, CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DE bllitv. 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 utmost confidence in Its virtues and adar>'a Hon to the diseases forwbich it is recommended. It Is no new and untried article, but one that has stood the test of a ten years' trial before tfce American people, and its reputatiou and sale Is unrivalled by anv similar preparations extant. The testimony In Its favor given Ly the most prom inent and well known physicians and ludl viduals in ail parts of tbe country Is immense. and a care ful perusal of the A maaac, published annually bv tbe proprietor, and to be bad gratis of any of hi* agents, cannot but satisfy tbe most skeptical that this remedy is really deserving the great cel ebrity it has obtained. Principal office and manufactory No. 96 Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa. READ THE FOLLOWING: Mosoajitowm. Va . August 4, 1855 Dr- C. M. Jackson?Dear Mr:?Tbe *ales of the Bitters are Increasing, and what speaks vol ume* in tbeir favor is th<t all who bave used tb'm spesk highly of their effects No medicine Hat 1 sell gives such general 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 scowl at it, but are com pelled to acknowledge Its intrinsic value, and tie Greater part of them nave had magnanimity suf ctent ?o lay aside their prejudice and prescribe it in their practice. Respectfully yours, F. M. CHALFANT. For sal? bv ttorekeepers and druggists in even town and village in the United Stales. Prlte75 cents per bottle 7. I) OILMAN, Washington, and JOHN 8. KIDWELL, Georgetown, Agents. Je 7-fim TO ALL THAT VALUE THKIB SIGHT WISH ES to call the attention to all that snfler with defective sitrht, cause-d by age, sick ness and particularly from glasses injudiciously selected, to his superior SPECTACLES ana GLASSES carefully ground by himself to a true spherical 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 lit effects caused to the precious organ of sight from tbe commencement of using glasses in not being precisely suited, by the use of an Oftom*t*r; and ti e practice of many Eears, enables him to measure tbe focal disease of ue eyes, aud such tlasses that aie absolutely re cuired will be furnished with precision and satis faction. J. T. acknowledges tbe very liberal encourage ment already obtained, and further solicits the pa tronage of those that bave not yet availed them selves of his aid. * Persons that cannot conveniently call, by send ing the glasses In u*e, and stating how many Inches they can read this print with their spec *.a cles, can be supplied with such that will lmpnvt their sight. Innumerable testimonials to be seen; aad refer ences given to many wto have derived the greatest ease and comfort from his glasses. Circulars to be had gratis, at his office. No. 512 Seventh street, three doors from Odd Fellows' Hail, upstairs. Notion. September7,M. Sir?The Spectac.es you made for me suit very well, and seem ?o have improved my sigh: mo:? thix tsy other 1 have lately tried. LlTT. W. TAZEWELL. 1 have tried a pair of spectacles obtained from Mr. Tobirs. cad find them of pTeat assistance U my sight, a Ad conrwpcrdln* w^th bis AeeoriptioB of the i??us. 1 recommend hiru as a ek'lifi'.l ooil. alaa. HENRY A. WISE. Mr. J. V?a.Af : Sir?Tie pairo* Spectacles ve> faral*h<sl Rt yestcruay aie particularly sztlana tory to me. are very decidedly the best 1 posse.*, aud 1 am the owner cf eight or nine pair, carefully selected in dltTereai plai ls and from op ticians recommended to tne on account of theli Erofeesional striding in England, France and :hs nited States. I have been aluo pleased with your remcrks and directions on the trutuent ?! the eyes, for the purpose of pr.-weiviag audi t* prev ia* the sight. Keapectfully. yours, Cfi VS. CAMmELfc r of M. C., Leaiivlllt, Ly. LTRcascaa, Nov. 10, leM. Mr. Jiha Tobias having famished me wilt ?lasaes. by which I have been greatly aide* (my vision having buffered greatly from readla? aight in my earlier life) it pAord* me toe blgtest Pleasure to say that 1 consider him a skillful prae cal optician, and well prepared to aid those whs may seed his professional service#. \\ M B. ROSZtE, Elder of Metb>>dlst CoafcreMfi. v? ilmihstoM. N. C., Jan. 27, lH5*. Mr. J. Tobias: Dear sir- I am iappy to say that the Spectacles watch 1 obtained fr' ?c you last week are entirely satisfactory From an inequal ity In the visual range of my eyes, I have hereto fore found great difficulty in getting glb&ses of the proper focal distauce. It afford* mt pleasure ts state that, by the aid of your optometer, this diffi culty has been happily obviated so that the glasses you furnished me are decidedly the beat adapted te mv eyes of any I have ever vet osed Very respecip.l /, yours, K H.DRANE, Rectoi of St. Jances' Parlsk Department cf interior, May 7, IBM. Fram aatuml defects and the unequal range ox My eyes, i have bte-u compelled to u?e glasses for several y?*r?. 1 bave triod different optlolant without obtaining glasses perfectly fitted to my ?yes. Fotsr months since Mr. Tobias made two pairs especially for me, which I have found tc serve me perfectly. Hv the use of his optometer he Is enabled to adapt Glasses minutely to tbe eye. 1 moat cheerfully recommend Mr. Tobias to all having occasion to uscglasses, and bear my testl ?eay as to his skill as an optician. HENRY E. BALDWIN, Asalat.Ses'yta slga Land Warrants Jr JUST RECEIVED. LONDON ART JOUR NAL and other Books, Periodicals aid Pa pers FERGUSON, le $0 next to Lammcnd's, 4W 7lh st. UOI'T CKAHN AND UKEEN TUKTLftC o SOU Para served everyday atC. GAUTIER'B Saloon. mi. Information for Tricolor* * IICDRIIOPI BOATS u * FOR THE WHITE HOUSE PATJLlO4 ln Thk stpamers thos collter GEORGE WASHINGTON - Jp-v can be chartered for public or K*pBplA? lent parties to the White House Favlllori, fofl Washington, Mount Vernon or any place on Uie Potomac River. For further particular* npply to the Captalie *f the Boat- or to the President of the Compaay. apl7-lf_ WAIH1NHTUN BRANCH RAILKUAD. CHAN OK OF MOl'R?.?On and afla Mm day, the 83d Instant, the Trains will Leave Waahlngtoa at ? and e# a. ? , and I V. Sunday at p. m I*eve Baltimore at ?* and ?g a. and J ta4 fpm _ On Sunday at ?K a. m an "iMIALSZAiri>BIA ? Great Southern Mail Lint t ?T T W I C B DilLYH (SUNDAY NWHTS EXCEPTED) Between WanhiBfton City tod the South! VIA: ALEXANDRIA. ?ORDONBV1LLE, AND RICHMOND Leave Wukli|t?i nt 6 n m and lpm Fare from Washington to Richmond.......*3 si OMNIBUSES nnd BAGGAGE W A BON 8 will be at the Washington Railroad Depot toe<*. vey PASSENGERS and BAGGAGE. f-v?? tf Ckmrgt. toBTEAMKR GEORGE _ ^ PAGE* for ALEXANDRIA,a dls ??2Sj; tnaceof six miles, allowing ample time for Nn.i Tickets procured on the boat. Eipedltion and Comfort are secured by tklt Boute.asltlsacoNTiNwes limbo* hbstct*., lilliotl from ALEXANDRIA TO Kim. MOND. THROUGH PASSENGER** and UA66A6K carried without cost to the Depot of the Peterson Railroad. Information of Route and Lost Br.gca$e ob tained of JAMES A KV AN* feb 11 Agent, Alexaadna. Va FOR HARFRR*B FERRY, Via CkttapttJn f-1 ^ Okto Cammi. H THROUGH IN TWELVE HOVhS1 rBin K NEW AND SPLENDID PACKET 1 BOAT ARGO. Capt Cnas H MaaaiLi, will commence making Ktgulmr Trtpt GEORGETOWN and the above Point, on Mot dav, Marrh 27th, 1858. The Boat will leave the wharf of W. H AH 6 Kltter. Georgetown, D C , e?ery Monday, UX nesday, and Friday rooming. st? o'elork Returning, she will leavr Harner's Ferrv every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday moratng.tt o'clock. Threngh Tickets, S2.25. To Lttsbmrg fl ?21f, tn lading tkt Slog* fro* Edwards' Ptrrf Families intending to visit the Virginia Sprint* the coming season will 8nd this by far tbemmt ?afe, pleasant, and cheapest route to Kerkeiey Capon. Sbanondale. WhiteSolphur and Warier. Meals served on board at moderate rate* A coach will always lie In readiness in George town to convey paasengers to and from the Hot: For further particulars Inquire at the store of W. II A H.G R1TTER. Georgetown, e d t W. CUTSHAW, Harper's Ferry, Va. mar lb?tf THE FEW TORE AFD LIVERPOOlT UNITED STATES ,nAI L NTEAMKRS.; The ships comprising thi* link are the ATLANTIC Cspt Fldrldi?e BALTIC Cs.pt. Con.st.. k ADRIATIC Capt Ja? These ahlps having been built by contract ex pressly for Government service, every care has been taken in their construction, as also In their engine*, to Insure strength and speed, and the?; accommodations for passengers are uoequaled f? eieeance and comfort Price of passage from New York '? Liverpool In first cabin. 1130; In second do . 8*5 t'rr.m Liverpool to New York. 30 and 20 guinea* Aa experienced snrgeou attar bed to each ship No berths can be secured until paid for. Tb? sLIp* of this line have Improved water-tight bulk heads, and to avoid danger from Ice will notcrus? the Banks north of 42 decree*, until after the lit of August. raoeosan catis or saiLi*e. From Now York. From Ltoarpssi. laM i&5?. Saturday Apr* Wednesday.... May 14 Saturday May 10 Wednesday....May r Saturday M^y 24 Wednesday....June 11 Saturday June 7 W>dr.esda> ....June rs Saturday June21 Wednesday....Jcly ? Saturday July 5 Wednesday ...? J?ly ?1 Saturday........July 10 Wednesday....Aug ? Saturday ..Aug, 2 Wednesday.... A ?' Saturday Aug 16 Wedne-*dav...^ept. *5 Saturday ..Aug :}0 Wednesday....Sc^t. 17 Saturday Sept in Wednesday ....Oct, 1 Saturday. Sept 27 Wednesday ....Oct 15 Saturday ...Oct II Wednesday Oct ? Saturday Oct 25 Wednesday....Nov. U Saturday Nov. b Wednesday....Nov Saturday Nov. 22 Wednesday....Dec. 10 Saturday .......Dec 6 Wednesday ....Dec. "J4 Saturday Dec SU For freight or passage apply to EDWARD K. COLLINS A CO., 56 Wall street. New \ ork BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO.. Liverpool STEPHEN KENNARD A CO., 27 Austl Friars. London B G WAINW RIGHT A CO., Paris The owners of these ships will not be account able for gold, sliver, bullion, specie.jewelry, pre cious stones, or metal*, unless bills of lading trt signed therefor, and the value thereof eipress?d therein nr. 1-tr BY RAILROAD PIRKCT TO TEE WEST Time bettteeu Washington and Wheeling but 17| hours! Ronniog Time between Washington an* Cincinnati 27 hours!! THROUGH T ICKSTS AID lAOSAGI CHSCEB TO(? Bit IK WiSH1.1?TOR. THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAIL ROAD having greatly Improved Its Western connections, now ofl?rs the fui est indu?ement? to Travelers between WASHINGTON, BALTI MORE, and a'( portions oft?(e \\ EST. N??|tTB WKST, and the SOUTHWEST. Tne unue tlon >>etween tiie Trains from Wash ington and the Trains bound \\ est front Baal more Is always promt t'y made ut the Washington Junction fiate;y ( a ed the Relay Housel w mi es from Baltimore. This is the oniy change of ir? required between Washington and t?te Ohio river. Haggage is e-be< ked througu to Wi?eellr.g st t?>e Wnsi.ington Station suid re? herked and trans ferrt^d tiiere, (wiUi the i asseugers) wltl.out cbene, for those holding Through Ti. kets for jolnuue yond. The <onne ting trains leave Was,,ington dalyatSa m and 4^ ; . m. On t-unda)s at ti*e later hour on'y. At BEN WOOD, 4 miles from Whee'ing. rf-rr < connection Is made witn ti e trains of CEN'I HAL OHIO RAILROAD, running from Be lair, on the Ohio, throiujh Cambridge. Zaaekviite, and Newark, to COLl'MBUs. ^The*?- trains > otne? t at Newark wlthtlie ars of titeNewark, Man>ll?'d and Sandusky Ral road for bandusky, Toledo, Detroit, Chi ago, >t Louis, etc. At COLUMBU.- the C O. Hallrod (rains ?en ne-1 with the fast trains of the LiUU Miami RjiI ronJ to Xenla, Cincinnati, Loulsvil e, etc. At XENIA on Lltt e M lainl Ral road)* onne- tlon 1* formed with the trains through Dayton, to I ndian a Otis, Terre Haute. Lafayette, Cl i ago, Rock Is and, ''t. Louis, Csrln. et? ICT Passengers ho ding Through Ticker* for *L myAr?, n<:.*f urg. Kat. hr T, A\eu- OiUan?, et. , whl. it are also M?ld at Washington?are trans ferred at Cln Innatl. to ti.e Mai. bteainers on the Ohio. Tickets for KvansvLie, Onuo, and *H Louis are sold by ti.e river route. \LT For CLEVKLAND, ard via C trve and *o To edo, Detroit, Chl> ago. ete , tickets are so!d. when the Ohio Is navigable between W!t??l*f aud \N ellaviile ^forty mi es where a rennet tloe with the C eve and ?nd Pittsburg Rai road Is made. Travel rs are r. quested to notice that while this is the only route affording Through Tl kets aii?* Lhe. ks is Washington, It is a!so t e shortest, most speedy, and dire t to n? aryai the l? an.at points In the great We*. T;.e dls.tai?.e froia Washington to Clnclnuatl is but ?53 ml es. beinu about 100 mi os shorter tuan bv an v ?<?" r r?ute! FARE, HY 1IIROK.II Tie Kl.T, l ? "W W *SHI NOT* >N :_To wi.ee Ing f V ; ?'<?urn bus, *13 66; Davton. f 15 50; oTn Innatl, l^ouisvlile. bv ral r..ad, fib 65, bv s'eamer from Cincinnati, #lb Ml; Indiana o Is, *17 50; < *>vr land, 119 50; Toedo, ?I5 bO; l?etre.lt. *14 M, Chicago, ?2U 65aud #1U 5??; Kt Louis. f2? 5? aad *25, Mem^lds. *?: New tlr rau?, *H, e< !Cr FOR FREDERICK ANHHaKPKK S FERRY, MARTINSBl'KG CUMBhRlANI1. BKRKLEY SPRINGS. BFDFoH DSfR INGS, PIEDMONT, OAKLAND, and FAIRMONT, passengers may ieave Washington at ? a m or 4| p m. For the minor way stations between Baltimore and Wbe. ilng, take 6 a. m train from Washington. K For trains to and from Baltimore, Anna; * tc , see s??cla advertisements ICTFor fUrtt?er Information, Through Tl kcta, et., apply to THOMAS H PAKfONS, Age?t( at \\ asulngtoa Station WM S. WOODSIDE. Master of Trausi ortaMewi, | march MI V. ft O. Railroad, Baltimore.