Newspaper of Evening Star, July 19, 1856, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated July 19, 1856 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. OlfK 8 IT MITES WIGHT. UM rammer night I stood with thee, Beneath a full unclouded moon, Mt young heart then wu wild with glee, And bashed In pleasure's golden noon; Mr darh hair Hell In waving showers V pon mr neck and o'er my brow, an gemmed with pearls and wreathed with flow Their fragrance seem around me now. A loee bud from my bosom fell. As thus beneath the moon we stood ; - Ton raised It?1 remember well? And kissed the poor unconscious bod. But not unconscious was the heart Forever thine?forever true, And la that hour the wish would start That I had been a rose bud too. I longed to save It fiee from blight, 1 loaged to keep that careles? lriss, And oh 1 wish that summer sight. With all Its brightness and Its bliss, Could last forever?'twas no crime, When all the moments fled so fhst, That 1 should wish to fetter tlwe, And live them over as they passed. But thou didst bresh the spell too soon, That made my early youth so bright? I found the* colder thin tha moon. Whose bsauty seemed to haunt that night With splendor, till the nodding flowers Were half awakened by It- r*v, And startled bird*, wlthla their bowers, Bang sweetly, dreaming of the day. Of warmth and sunlight?foolish dove! To warble 'nrath a moonlit sky, As was my heart to dream of love. Beneath the pr >od glance of thine eye That looked upon It but to wake Love's sweetest music, wild and free, Toleave?aa echo ?and forsake Tkat heart while yet it thrilled for thee. Long years have passed, and now once more 1 sund where on that night we stood? ~aln the summer moonbeams pour J pon my brow their silvery flood; The same?from yon calm srv they come, No change their mellow light can tail, Blnce first upon the spotless b oom Of Eden's flowers they softly fell. Yon moon has never lost one ray Since first ahe lit the earth and sei, And I bave never turned away One single thought of love from thee, Since on that summer night we met, But now?the moonbeams seem to glide Arouad me with a sad regret. As if they missed thee from my side. The nlght-wlnd, as It sweeps along, 1 fsnc v has a different tone, A?d the low burden of Its song Buns even thus?"Alone ! alone !" How shagged he earth?tbe aay?the Hovers Since that las well remembered time, When hope sprang up to meet the hours. And pleasure drowned the midnight chime. Agai *P ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTEL9. Willarda' ftflott 1?J c. A a. A. WILLARD. H Master. Ky H Parr, A ly, Va W Church, do J G Kurdls, do H A Lay A ly, Pa H \\ harion, Ten J Vansice, A lv, Ten W J Derllp, Wis J W Wlndust, NY J Derllp, flia T J Sage, DC F G Howell, A ly. Pa R L TUghmon, D 3 N 8 Booth A ly, N Y L W Grien, Va H W Reynolds. La F Ripley, Wis M Jaslin, Ct (2 W Callsnde, Fa J D A den, do J Pobbs A ly, do H Barker, Mase G Yeung A lyf Va Col Hardee, U S A Miss E Young, do J W fceary. Pa Miss L L Young, do WSfcA/ J kt J C Sewall, do W L Span'er, do J F Currie, N J H C HaUhmpn, Ga 8 Kandee, Ills L Courtrlght, N Y W A Kandee,do C L Sabin, Del 8 Maftoney, DC W Wlndt, N Y C J Barrow, do C J Petterson, W T ? A? TiUey A ly, do J Herrman N Y \\ Reeve Mass O b. hdward, 8 C A N Polhamus, Iowa J P Cunningham, do H W Latson, La R McAlllstert Pa C Fane, ly A child,Pa 6 Haviiand Ct J J Haydock, do H Burleigh, N Y D, SO HH Janes. Pa c ? ?.i'tznz-do J 2 ?rvr'-,y> <ta?8h H T 6oble, 1 en J B Shober A aerv't, Pa G Gob e, do Browne' Hotel.?r.y>. A u. brown. J H Hyman, NC W Hill, Va L A Heart, do O W Fryard, do W 9 Mocdy, do P Mitchell. fam, Md d? 1 s Hind*, ly. do Miss M A Moody, do Miss Simpson, do Miss K W Baissean, Va J L Richmo .d Va Miss V Charlton, do H Wnnson, Mass Miss G Charlton. T Ritchie. Ala JV A *?Murray, Tenn 2 ^ ?C J J B Kirk, ly, La H #McD McLlrath, ly, E H Link, ly, Ga G Lelluse, NY W B Phillips, do M Llnclan, La J H Craifcrailer, do A R GlUman. Neb M Martin, do TCJarrell.Va u a H?* \'NC Nr A Mrs Hummer, Md H H Ware, ly, Ala J Buford, GJBube.NY ? . CaptC Moore,NY H Nelson fam, La W G Beall, Md Jno Harris, ly, do W F Bowie, de Miss James, do National Hotel.?vv. our. 1 ? If,"8??1' N Y J A , Md Vs * f G P Smith, Ps J Anderson, ly, 111 G R Fairbanks, Fla G B Roberta, fam, Gi M C Martin, SC %ir> J A Vannoy, do m? i ^ c H Coins, do ^ H Buttcrfield, do Miss Moody, do R Rogers, Ark m - v??"0.; V* ^ J Murphy Va ?IS?rww0n,f0 ? Robinson Cal H h n. V V11' J Lewl"' *on, Md H h JrL '^ n G<>? Pennington, NJ B 8 Mesne Le Breton, Gov Price, da v PAnii , B F Simons, La E d?* J H ??"?van, de n 2!nnch>a*' do J R Ba nard, Ky ? H a W Moui?0?y, Va * Brooks, 6a H Calkins, ^a H?ase?j. A a. h. kirkwood. p U8N T p MU1?? Miss A R v W b Po?? do j !&I.NY tR Na JB Smith, Cal K G Dill, Md ? *, * 8 K Gotdwln, NY J w \vnii- G.. Miss Goodwin, do J W Wilkinson, SC AH Woods, Va S. NY A MJUer, Md HrT L. '8C H R Smith, Na H Chase, Me A A Sloan, Du M0VEfl[EHT8 07 OCEAN STEAMERS noMTinimmmTis Lismi for ?ew ^^????L^erpool...July l? flJf?" ^.ew Liverpool...July ?3 ir ^. New \ ork....Liverpool...Julv*4 rvU~ Vork....Bavr^.;.j^yyS _ . 'Ron iikopb. Sll^T0" -Liverpool Nrw Yok...July 9 c?, .r !J The California steamers leave New York on the 5th and 5M)th of each month. ran (J ? vmtr P'AI'OI?WfcHAVE NOW IN Store the larges and most reliable a?sortment of PIaNUS ever offered In' f f CTI this city consisting of ev^ry style and flnish atd ^8lDg la prlee from SI50 to StU!). Fi.n^iV10- 'Vt*1 la P*rt P*V?ent for new. Pianos for rent by evening, month,, quarter, or m?a, E.UMi.h2Sr.-Si Mf'S &V.' Clt/STv" JS9trwt''> Wash: y 19 j?HN F ELLIS. CH OCR*. ON AND AFTER MONDAY, THE ??h June, the 8t?am?r GKORGfe PA6E will run at the following hours: ? ML?dortW*drU l?' 12' "*? e'clSk" W#?hID8K),, ?' ?' and 7 Jett-tf ELLIS L PRICE, Captain. T?K STEAMER-GEORGE WASHING. i* ko"2 " "? Leave Alexandria 7J^, ?, II, ljJ^?TSj?^ atsj&*as3g MRfl. M. K, llARTET, (SvcesasoR re Jambs F. Harvrt, obcbasm,) UNDERTAKER !f?. 410 S?v*nU airssl, b,t?,en o gf BEGS LEAVK TO INFORM the PiTa'r IP tkat she hssfn her emolov th- PLBLIC Mine persons that wers formerly In theesbsbllshmrat, who are fully rosnpeteut teeoaduct the Undertaking Boslne*. and that every attention will be given to calls' day or eight, as heretofore Mll ?w' FRUIT AliO ORNAMENTAL TREES. For sale, at the nurseries of the subecrioer, at Llanan Hill, ?"?i Uth street. In Washington, a large and welt^? ?elected assortment of FRUIT and orna MENTAL trees ^ .pp,R Amongst them 19 to 15 thoseand APr TREES, well-assorted and of tne growth, ai ^VSwSimmaA PEACH TREES, formWig a complete assortment, at 018 90 P*r hundred, ToT^JSTrtlR ,RBBM?f.?4?? *feS?SJ2E??- "lVchbr. RY APRICOT, NECTARINE, and QUINCE TR ICR8 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 snd lawns are many thousands of such as American and Europesn Elms and Lindens, Tu lip Trees, Aspen, Abele, nod other Poplars; American and Euro pern 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 others. Ornamental Evergreens and Shrubbery. Great exertions have been made to make this department comple:e; it now contains from thirty to forty thousand Firs and Pines of choice varie ties, a portion of which are of extra sire. Persons wishing to embellish their grounds and proprietors of public cemeteries will find It to their advantage to 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 to give them a decided preference over trees transported from a distance. Job gardeners will be supplied at a reasonable discount. JOSHUA PIERCE. mar 14?wtf [No 508 ] Notice of withdrawal of lands la Loalslana.?In pursuance of the act o Congress, approved 3d J une, 1856, making a grant | of land to the State <Jt Louisiana, to aid In the construction of eertaln 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 falling within tha prescribed limits of selection, until otherwise di rected, as heretofore ordered by telegraph on the 31st of May last, viz: Office at Natchitoches, all the lands In the district, except as follows : Townships 7 to 13, Inclusive, of range 4. Towqshlps 9 ti 13. Inclusive, of range 5. Townships 9 to 14, inclusive, of range 0. Townships 11 to 14, inclusive, of ranges 7 and 9, and Townships 13 and 14, of ranges 9 and 10. Otlieat MoNBox.all the lands In the district situated in townships 15 to'JO, inclusive, which lie wutot range7 east; and In townships 14 to 19, Inclusive, between range 6 east and tne Mis sifsippi river. Office at Opblovsas. all the lands In the dis trlct situated north of tbe base line and west of the principal meridian, together with the fol lowing : Township 1 north, of ranges I and 3 east Townships 1 to 6 south, inclusive, of ranges 1 and 3 west Townships 1 to4 south, Inclusive, of ranges 3, 4, and 5 west Townships 1 and 3 south, of ranges 0 and 7 we?t Townships 1 to 8 south, inclusive, of ranges 1 and 9 east Townships 9 to 11 south, Inclusive, of range 3 east Townships 9 to 19 south, Inclusive, of range 4 ea?t Townships 4 to 14 Bouth, Inclusive, of range 5 east Townships 4 to 15 south, Inclusive, of range 6 ?t Together with all the townships east of range 6 east, aid south of township 5 south. Office at GaxiNsauao, all the lands in the dis trict situate between ranges 9 east and 10 east. Office at Naw Orleans, all the townships sit uated between ranges *2 east and 19 east, and tatt of the Mississippi river; and the following lying west of tne Mitsisslppl river, viz : Townships 13 to 19, inclusive, of ranges 13 and 13 Townships 13 to 18, Inclusive, between ranges 13 and 17 Towushlps 13 to 14, Inclusive, between ranges 16 and 20, and Townships 12 to 17, Inclusive, lying east of ranee 19. Given under my hand, at the General Land Office, at the city of Washington, this 18th day of June. 1856. THOS A. HENDRICKS, je 90-1 aw6w Commissioner. MARBLE AND BROWN STONEWORKS, Pa. avenue, between 18cA and \9tk streets. [1HE UNDERSIGNED KEEPS ON HAND L and makes to order en the most reasonable terms? MONUMENTS, TOMBS, GRAVE STONES, MANTELS, TABLE TOPS, MAR BLE, and ENCAUSTIC TILES for Flooring Also, all kinds of plain and ornamental Marble and Brown Stone Work for building purposes executed with promptness, and at as low prices as can be had elsewhere. apJO-eoly H. PARRY. T W1 LIMB!?LIME:!?LIME!! ! ILL BE OPENED TO MORROW, AT the Lime Kilns of W. H. Godey A Co.. situated on Rock Creek, between the upper and lower bridges, a kUn of very superior WOOD BURNT LIME. The subscribers have also on hand a large supply of PLASTERERS' HAIR, CEMENT, CALCINED PLASTER, and every descrl ptlon of the very best quality of lime, which will be disposed of on the most reasonable terms, ap 14?eotf W H GODEY A CO. [No. 566 ] Notice for restoring certain LANDS IN WISCONSIN ?Notice is here by given that the land office at MiNxaaL Point, Stevens's Point, and Menasha, in the State of Wisconsin, will be open to s:le and location of any of the Unds la said districts which were subject to entry and location at the date of their recent withdrawal by notice No 560, on and after Monday, the 4th day ef August next, excipt tbe fo lowing tow ship*, the reservation of which will be continued viz: Office at Minepal Point : Townships 11 to 14 lacluslve, of ranges I to 9 east, inclusive. Office at Stevens's Point : Townships 15 to 99. inclusive, of ranges 2 to 6 east, inclusive. Township 15 and 16 of range 7 cast; and Township 15 of ranges east. Offi e at Venasha : All tbe townships In the district situated between township 14 and the Michigan State line, In ranges 13 to 30 east, in clusive. Given under my hand, at the General Land Of fice, at tbe city* of Washington, this 34th day of June, 1856 THOS A HENDRICKS, je 35-3aw6w Commissioner. WILLIAM A. BATCUELOK'I LIQUID HAIR DTE SKILFULLY APPLIED. AND SOLD Wholes sale and Retail at GI BBS'S Hair Dressing Es tablishment on Pennsylvania aveau*. between 9th and 10th streets, and under Wlllards' Ho.el. m 9-eo3m FRENCH CHINA. I HAVE RECENTLY IMPORTED, PER ship Consul, direct from Vleizon,?MfT\ France, twenty-flve casks of plain wh1te,#<W Sold band.and richly dec "rated I- RK.NOH?V IHINA, which, together with my former stock, renders my assortment complete, and en ables me to sell as low as anjrhouee In the Unlttd States Having on hand a very large Rtock, 1 am pre Gred to sell to the trade at the lowest New V ork it prices At my present reduced rates families will find It decided economy to use French Cblna C. W. IOTELKR, Auctioneer jy 9-ecd and Importer, Iron Hall. OIBII' WI6S, Half wigs, braids, curls, scalps, TOUPEES, Ac , equal to any in the United States for sale or made to order at his Stores?for ladles, on Pennsylvania avenue, between 9ih and 19th streets; and for geatlemen, under Wlllards' Hotel. m 13-eo3m* REMEDY FDR WARM WEATHER. JUST RECEIVED AT THE UNION BOT tllng Depot, a large supply of that unsur passed tonie for invalids, GINGER WINE Also XXX Pale and Burton-s Ales and Sor ter ef very superior quality, together with aw large assortment ef syrupe ef almost every kind; all of which, together with our premium Mine ral Waters will be furnished to customers la any P*rt ?' Washingtea or G*-or<etown All orders left at the Depot In Georgetown, or with the drivers of our vVagons,will meet with pije e-tf* ARNY A BHINN. JONAS P. LBVT| :*roxT?a ah iialii m 7IEEI, LIQUORS, CIGARS, AHD TIHB GROCERIES, 4eneralCommie?ion A Forwarding Merehant INSURANCE AND BILL BROKER, No. 474 Pa. av., two doers below U. S. Hotel. WasniiteTOM City, D. C. sc 3-ly The fris<?n of wcltevkcdkn, and the East Indian Archipelago, byCipt. Gibson, 1 volume of 4M pages, and many engra vings, one dollar. Jy l? FRANCS TAYLOR. AYER'S PILLS A NEW AND SINGULARLY SUCCESS foi remedy for the care of all bilious die eases?Costlveness, Indigestion, Jaundice, Drep sy, Rheumatism. Fevers, Goat, Nervousness, Humours, Irritability, Inflammations, Headache, Pains, in the Breast, Side, Back, and Limbs, Female Complaints, Ac.. Ac. Indeed, few are the disease? 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 freelv used No person can feel well whllea costive habit of body prevails j besides it soon generates serious and often fatal diseases, which might have beei avoided by the timely and judicoHS 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 aad formidable distempers which load the hearses all over the land. H ence a reliable family physic is of the first importance to the public health, and this Pill has been perfected with consummate skill to meet that demand. An extensive trial of Its virtue* by Physicians, Professors, and Pa tients, has shown results surpassing any thing hitherto known of any medicine. Cures hrve been effected beyond belief, were they not sub stantiated by persons of such exalted positions and character as to forbid the suspicion of in truth. Among the eminent gentlemen who have testi fied In favor of these Pins, we may mention: Doct. A. A. HAYES, Analytical Chemist of Boston, and State Assayer of Massachusetts, i whose high Professional character Is endorsed by | the Hon EDWARD EVERETT, Senator of the United 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, Practical 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 lon^ investigation and study, are offered to the public as the best and most complete which the present state of medical science can afford Tfcev are compounded not of the drugs 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 of composition for medicines has been found In Cherry Pectoral and Pills both, to produce a more efficient remedy than had hitherto been obtained by any process The reason Is perfectly obvious While by the old mode of composition, every medicine Is bur dened with more ot less acrimonious and Injuri ous qualities, by this each individual virtue only that Is des red for the curative effect Is present. All the inert and obnoxious qualities of eachsub stance employed are left behind, the curative virtues onlv being retained Hence it Is self evi dent the effects should prove a* th^y ha<epr. ved, more purely remedial, and the Pills a mor?* 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 blood and stimulate It Into healthy action?remove the obstructions of the stomach, bowels, liver, and other organs of the body, restoring theirirregular action to health, and by correcting, wherever they exist, such de rangements as are the flr?t origin of disease. Prepared by Dr JAMES C AYER, Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass. Price *25 cents per box ; Ave boxes for SI. SoldbyZ.D G1LMAN, Washington, and by all respectable Druggists. ap8-4ra T O P H A >1 fc !MO K KLKT'I NEW AND CHEAP SADDLE, HARNESS AND TRUNK STORE, 4V0 Seventh st , opposite Odd Fellows' Hall. /?>?A MESSRS TOP II AM. gfi^^Llate of Philadelphia, ana BPH^NORFLKT of this clty,( A 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 la;;;e and superior assortment of?.Mens', Ladies' and Boys' SADDLES. BRIDLES, MARTINGALES.and WHIPS. HARNESS of every description, Doth for city and country use. All kinds of TRUNKS, VALISES, and CAR PET BAGS Ladles' SATCHELS. TRAVEL ING BASKETS.and FANCY WORK BofcES. HORSK BLANKETS. COVERS, COLLARS, and HAMES. Horse, ^poke, and Dust BRUSH ES. CARDS, CURRY-COMBS. SPONGES, Ac. .Ac. All material used will be the best that can be obtained; and both of us having been practical workmen for several years, we feel confident that our work cannot be surpassed, either for style or durability By unremitting efforts to give satis ftictlon we hope to merit, ana respectfully solicit, a share of public patronage. Pastlcular attention paid to covering Vruaks and repairing all kinds of work. 8addlers: tools constantly on hand a?v 7?tf ALWAYS SUMfcTHING NEW! HEAD THIS, OLD AND YOUNG! Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative WILL RESTORE GRAY HAIR TO ORI ginal color permanently; made to grow up on ba d heads; remove all aandruff or Itching; destroy all diseases of the scalp; and if used once or twice a week regularly, wtil prevent the hair from becoming gray or falling, to an Imaginable age Read the following testimonials, and we defy you to doubt, (says tne Waverly Magazine.) Success to the genius whose tonic we say, Turns bac'. to Its 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 no longer problematical, but a self-evident truth, as hunareas of our community can testify.?Bos Its Htrald. GaBD!*sr, Me, June ?i, 18551. Mb. H Dyes?Dear Sir: 1 have used two bot tles of Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative, and can truly say it is the greatest discovery of the age for restoring and changing the Hair. Before using it I was a man of seventy. My hair has now at tained Its original color. You can recommend it to the world without the least fear, as my case was one of the worst kind Yours respectfully, DAN'L N. MURPHY Carltli. 111., June27, 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 > ? R?storatlve" It has resumed its original color, and. 1 have no doubt, permanently so SIDNEY BREESE, Ex-Senator United States. HAIR RESTO RATI VS.?I a our column* to day will be found Prof. Wood's advertisement of I the above article, to which we call attention What It has don*. we have witnessed unon cev eral of our acquaintances in St. Louis. Hair once gray met our view, black or brown as the case might be, being the oolor of early manhood; and as fine and glossy as silk, and that without any other application than the Restorative. If it has done thi3 upon others, will it not do the same for any of our readers whose "frosty prows" were once llkeihe ' ? raven locks" of Lothiel's warlike chief, If they will try It. We think so ? Jackson millt Constitutional, Oct. 5, 1853. THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE AGE.?It seldom occurs that we notice, under any circumstances, patent medicines, restora tives, 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, but some Instances of Its use have come to our knowledge which almost assures us that It is a sovereign remedy against the hair becoming prematurely gray. It Is not a "Hair Dye," but upon Its ap glcation, as directed, the effect is produced upon e skin, which brlsgs out the original colored hair, without stiffness, and gives It a glossy and natural appearance. We have seen persona who have used it. and are much pleased with it Ex amine the advertisement.?Missouri Republican O J WOOD A C?. Proprietors, No. 318 Broadway, New York, and 114 Market strwt, 8t Louis, Missouri ?rC ?,TOTT * 9? : wb?le?ale and retail Agent, Washington. Also for sale byD. 8. Dyson 1 Parker, undor National Aotel, and all DruiriHsts ln eorgetown by R. S. T. Clssel; in Alexandria by Peel A Stevais. T. w DYOTT A SON8, General Wholesale Agent, Philadelphia, Pa. feb l-6nT Mr. w. henry palmkr'* PIANO FORTE CLASSES, Pivs Dollars Ptr Quarter Apply at GEORGK HILBUS'S Music Depot t*en??yivnnla nvenne mar 14-tf _ DR. J. THOKNKi HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, onici airs nisiDinn, Comer 13th at. and New York J1(? w WASHINGTON, D C. Olfioe hours?9 to 10, y to 4, 8 to 10. ua7-8.n* Carter's Spanish Mlxtora THE ?RE AT PURIFIER OFTHE BLOOD BEST ALTERATIVE KNOWN M HOT A FABT1CLB OF MBBCVBY IB IT!!! Ab Infallible remedy for Scrofula, KLig's Evil Rheumatism, Obstinate Cutaneous Lruptlcu*, Pimple* or Postal*? on the Face. Blotches, Bolls, Ague and Fever, Chronic Sore Eye*, Ringworm m Tetter, Scald Hwi, 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. THIS great remedy, which has beasaae so rap Idly and so Justly celebrated for its axtrsordi nary efflcacv In relieving and curing many of the most obstinate and terrible forms of disease with which mankind is afticted. Is bow offend to the public, with the oonfident assurance that no Mbd ical discotbbt ever made has been so eminently auooessfullncuringScaoFULA. and all disbasbb of thb Blood,as CARTER'S SPANISH MIX TORE. The proprietors are receiving by every mall most flattering and astonishing details sr cures made In all parts of the countnr, and In msst oases where the skill of the best Physlolans had beta tied In Tain. Its power over the Blood Is truly remarkable and aU diseases arising from impurity of the great Sbat or Lnrahave been relieved and cured with* twit a single failure, out of the thousands who hast used It. Carter's Spanish Mixture contains Be Mercury, Opium, Arsenic, or any dangerous drugs, out Is composed of Roots and Herbs, com olned with other ingredlentsof known virtue, and mav be given to the youngest Infant or most de bilitated invalid, without the least possible hesi tation. 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 atteatloa 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 anj otherp.eparatloa.?Dailf DtJj?ste?, RitkmiU Fa. The Ben. John M. Botts,of Vs.,says heconsld ers It a matter of duty to add his testimony to the virtues of Carter's Spanish Mixture, f ao* act sal fbbsonal obsbbvation of Its 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 Mixture. We know It to be all it profesrea.?Edit* Soutknd* Dtmoermt, Ptfrsbu^f, Vm. We have found from peraosal trial, that Car ter's Spahlah Mixture Is a truly valuable medl' cine ?Ed. Vtrgtnntt Iudtptudtnt, Yt. GREAT CURE OF SCROFULA ? A press man in our employ was cured of Scrofula of a vir ulent character by a few bottles of Carter's Span ish Mixture, after everything else had foiled. Oth er cures which have come under our own observa tlod, proves to ua conclusively, that Is really a val uable medicinal agent. We take great pleasure In calling the attention of the aAlcted to its mer its ?Ritkmond Rivubiicmn. SYPHILIS ?I have seen a number of cures ei Syphilis performed hy Carter's Spanish Mixture. I believe It to be a wcrfect antidote for that horri ble disease. E. BURTON, Com. of Revenue for cltv of Richmond. LITER DISEASE.?Samuel M. Drinker, 01 the trm of Drinker J? Mtftrls, Booksellers, Rich mond, Va , was oared of Liver dlsoase of ceveral years standing by enly three bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture. OLD SORES, 9LGXRS AND OBSTINATE ERUPTIONS ON THE SKIN.?Sec the cur? of Mr. Harwood, and others, detailed In our Al manac The number of sucn cases cured by Car ter's Spanish Mixture, precludes the possibility of Inserting them In an advertisement. EFFECTS OF ^AERC9RY.?See the care el Mr. Elmore. He was eaten up with Mercury and could obtain no relief, until he took six bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, which perfectly restored him to health and vigor. NE UK ALU I A.?Mr. F. Boydea, formerly f the Astor House, N. Y., but more recently propri etor of the Exchange Hotel, Richmond, was cured of Neuralgia by Carter's Spanish Mixture. Since that time, he says he has seen It cure more th-in a hundred ca?ea of the disease In which It Is used. He never falls to recommend It to the aAlcted. RHEUMATISM?Mr. John F. Harrises. Druggist, of Martlnsburg, Va., writes of the sin gular cure of a violent case of Rheumatism. Tha patient could not walk. A few bottles entirely oared him SCROFULA ?Mr. Harrison also writes of a ?rcat cure of Scrofula, in the person cf a young idy, (of three years standing,) wuich all the doc tor's could not reach. Six bottles made a cure of her. SYPHILIS.?Dr K. T. Hendle, of Washlnt ton. D. C , who cured an obstinate case of Syphi lis by Carter's Spanish Mixture, says "it acts spe cially on the Blood, Liver and Skin and Is prompt and efficient in Its results." Dr. John Mlnge, formerly of the City Hotel, Richmond, now of Alabama, says he nas seen Carter's Spanish Mixture administered In a num ber of cases with astonishingly good effect. He recommends It as "the most efilclent alterative In MSG." SALT RHEUM AND SCROFULA? Mr Jos Robinson, of Wooater, Ohio, was cured oj Scrofula and Salt Rheum of three years standing by only three bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture ?VM. 8. BEERS A CO., Proprietors, No. 304 Broadway, New York. KT Price SI per bottle, or alx bottles for SS. For sale by CHAS. STOTT, Washington. D. C.,aad Druggists generally seti?W THE GREATEST MEDICAL DISCOVEBY OF THE AGE. Or. KENNEDY, ef Rexbary, ?as discovered In one of our common fabtvbb wibds a remedy that cures EifERY KIND OF HUMOR; FBSM TMB WOBST SCROFULA. DOWN TO a COM MON F1MPLB. JE HAS TRIED IT IN UVER ELEVEN hundred cases, and neveT fhlled except in two oases, (both thunder humor ) He has now In his possession over two hundred certificates of Its vir tue. all wkhiu twenty miles of Boston. Two bottles are warranted to cure a nursing sera mouth One to three bottles will cure the worst kind of pimples on the facc. Two to three bottles will clear the system ef biles. Two bottle. are warranted to sure the wen canker in the mouth and stomach. Three to five bottles are war ran tad te aare the worst case of Erysipelas. One to two bottles are warranted te aare all humor In the e ves. Two bottles are warranted to cure rxaalBg of the ears and blotches umcng the hair. Four to six bottles are warranted to oare eorrupt aad running ulcers One bottle will cure scaly eruption of the akin. Two to three bottles are warranted to cure tha worst case of ringworm. Two to three bottles are warranted te aare tha ?ost desperate case of rheumatism. Three to four bottles are warrantsd te aare the aalt rheum. Five to eight bottles will aare the worst aasea of strofjfa. A benefit la always experlenoed from the flrst hcttle, and a perfect cure la warranted when tha above quantity Is takea. Reader, I peddled over a thousand bottles ol this in the vicinity of Boston. I know the effect of It in every caae. Bo sure as water will extin guish fire, so sure will this cure humor. 1 nevei sold a bottle of it but that acid another: after a trial it always sf-rcks for itself. There are two things aboiit this herb that appears to me surpris ing; first that it screws in our pastures, In soma places quite plentiful, and yet its value has never been kaeam until 1 discovered It in 1840?second that it aheald care all kinds of humor. la order to rive some idea of the sudden rlaa and great popularity of the discovery, 1 will atate that la April, 1853,1 peddled It, aad sold aboutf April, 1844,1 mm over l.Wft bottles fer day of it. Some oi the wholesale Druggists who havebeei la business twenty and thirty years, say that bo thlag In the annals of patent medicines was ev? like It. There is a universal praise of It from all quarters. In my cwn practice I always kept It strletly for humors?but slace Its introduction as a genera) family medicine great and wonderful vlrtum have been found la It that 1 never suspected Several cases of epileptic fits?a disease whlck was always considered Incurable,have been cured by a few oottles O, what a mercy If It will prove effectual in all cases of that awful malady?thew are but few who have seen more of It than I have I know of several cases of Dropvy, all of them aged people cured by it For the Wrious disease* of the l*lver, Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Fever and Ague, Pain In the Side, Diseases of the Spine, and particularly in diseases of the Kld neys, Ac., the discovery has done more good than any medicine ever known No change of diet ever neoeasary?eat the bee' you ean getand enough of it. Dirtctxtns for Us* .?Adults one table spoonful Pf.r_^7n^bll*ren OJOT ten years dessert spooa ful?Children from five to eight years, tea spoon no directions can be applicable to all cob stltutlona, take aufilclent to operate on the bowels twloe a day. _ ? ?AMWFAOTBBBD bt Mm !L??AljD w?rr?? strut, Rozburf, Man. Pbicb, Onb Dollab. Agents ?New York City, C. V m n.SB ' ? Barclay street: C. HT. RINH, a SANDS, 100 Fultoa street. Philadelphia, T. W. DYOTT A SONS !*?WN A BROTHER, CANBY A HATCH Alexandria, PEEL A STEVENS. .? ^ respectable Druggists in the United States and Britlah Provinces, and also bt he umggists of this Cltv. ?. STt- ' H' PRIVATE MEDICAL TRBiTlBR o* rn PHILOSOPHICAL TUf 07 MARRIAGE ?Y ? ? I. LA CROIX, ALBANY. N. Y., 1M 130 Ftmt, Plmim.amd Cslersd LUk ogtmpkt mmd Pwu. PlKl ONLY Twihty-Fitb Cmm. Seat Free of Postage to all parte of Ike Valoa CHEAPEST BOOK EVER P1BLI8RRD? and ooatalalag aearly doable the quantity of read lae la that ct the PltTY CENT OR DOL LAR PUBLICATIONS. It treats on the PHYSIOL OGY OP MARRIAGE, and the Secret Infirmities and Disorder of Youth and Maturity, resulting from ex cesses. which destroy the physical and mental pow- S, era, with Observations oo Marriage, its duties and disqualifications, and their remedies-with Lithograph*, Illustrating the Anatomy and Physiology, and Diseases of the Re productive Organs of both sexes, their structure uses, and functions. A popular aad comprehen sive Treatise on the Duties and Causaltles of sla gle and married life?happy ar.d fruitful alliances, mode of securing them?infelicitous aad infertile ones?their obviatlon and removal ? lmporan hints to those contemplating matrimony, that will overcome objections to It; awe, however, should take this Important stepwltaout first consulting its pages?commsatarlea on thedls*>ascsaad medical treatment of femaJr* from Infancy to old age. each case graphically Illustrated bv beautiful uthogra Shlc plates?nervous debility, its causes and sure, y a process at once so simple, safe, and effectual that milure Is Impossible?rule* fer dally manage ment?an essay on Spermatorrhea. with practical observations on the safer and moresacMSarul mode of treatment?precautionary hints on the evils re. suiting from empirical praatlee?an essay on ali diseases, arising from Indiscretion, with plain aad simple rules by which all persons can cure them selves without mercury? remedies for those self inftirted miseries and disappointed hopes so un fortunately prevalent la the vouag. It Is a truth ful adviser to the married and those contemplating marriage. Its perusal is particularly recommsfad ed to persons entertaining secret doabts of their physical condition,and who are conscious of hav ing h&iarded the health. happiness. and privilege' to which every humsn being Is entitled. Price TWENTY-FIVE CENTS per eovy.ot Five Copies for One Dollar Mailed, nee of post age, to all parts of the United States N. B ?Those who prefer may oonsalt Dr. LA CROIX upon any of tae diseases upon which this book treats, either personally or by mail. Nedl olne sent to any part af the U nlon according to di rections, safely packed and carefully secured from all observation. Address Dr M. B LA CROIX, No J1 Maides Lane, or Post Office Box 57? Albany, N. Y. jpr Office opt n dally,from (amtelpa. aad on Snnda\ from 3 until 5 p. m. \ZJ~ Office REMOVED from No.? Beaver st to 31 M*idtn Lssi, Alburnf, Ntw Tth. deeW-ly DOCTOR HOOPLAHD'S CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS PairGain bt Dr. C. M JACKSON Philadelphia, Pa., will arrscTOALLT eras LIVER COMPI AiNT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICK. CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DE bllltv. Dl**ases of the Kidneys, and all Dis easesarlslngfrom a Disordered Liver or Stomach The proprietor, in calling the attention ef the public to tals preparation, does so with a feeling of the utmost confidence in Its virtues and adapta tion to ths diseases for which It is recommended It Is no nsw and untried article, but cue that has stood the test e' a ten years' trial before the American people, and its reputation ar.d sale is unrivalled by any similar preparations extant The testimony In Its favor given by the most prom inent and well known physiclanc and indl 'iduals lu all parts of the country Is Immense, and a care ful perusal of the A manic, published annually bv the proprietor, and to be had gratis of any of his agents, cannot but satisfy ths most skeptical that this rsmedy Is really deserving the great cel ebrity it has obtained. Principal office aad manufactory No. 98 Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa. READ THE FOLLOWING: MoifliSTown, Va , August 4, IMS . Dr C. M. Jacesou?Dear Mr:?The sales of the Bitters are increasing, and what speaks vcl nme* in tcelrfavor Is tb?tall whs have used th*m speak highly of their effects No medicine that I sell gives such general satisfaction, and the de mand for it exceeds all precedent; and I a?sure you It affords me pleasure to sell such a remedy. Our physicians no longer scowl at it, but are ocm pelled to acknowledge Its Intrinsic value, and the SreaUr pa-t of them have bad nragnanlmlty suf elent o lay aside their prejudices and prescribe it la their practice. Respectfully vours, F. M. CHALK ANT. For sale b* storekeepers and druggists in every town and village in the United States. Price cents per bottle. Z b OILMAN, Washington, and JOHN 8. KID WELL, Georgetown, Agents. je 7-fm | SINGER'S Improved Sewing Machine*. To which was granted the Highest Award of the Paris Exhibition, thereby reoaiving the World's Verdict of 8uneriority. THE IMPROVEMENTS IN THIS MA- ' chine has simplified them in many respects, | and they are capableof executing twice tbr amount of worn they did formerly in any given time They are wltnout question the only Machines ca pable of sewing every variety of goods perfect; a shirt bosom or heavy trace for harness can be sewn bv any of these machines by a simple change of needle and thread in such a'manner that the closest scrutiny cannot detect a fault. Manufacturers, planters and families will find them the only safe Machines to purchase, as they are built strong and durable, and not likely to get out of order. We hnve machines with guagee attached, for binding hats, cap-fronts, gaiters, Ae 611k, Thread, Cotton, Needles, Ac., constantly on hand, at the lowest rates Persons desirous of information regarding Sew ing Machines will please address I. M. 81NGKR A CO., 105 Baltimore street, Baltimore. N B.?We are prepared to exchange these ma chines for old machines of any kind Terms lib eral Pewons who have been induced to purchase inferior machine* under the pretext of being cheap, will find this a benefit Indeed. mar 10?tf IKON HALL BOOT, SHOE, A ThUNR ESTABLISH . MKNT.-I have this day received a large assort ment of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Iron and Wood. frame Trunks;' also, Bonnet Box es, Hat Cases, Carpet Bags, of w Ml, all styles. Ladles' new styls Gaiters, all color*: and black, bronze, and colored Gaiters, with and without tips,at Si Misses', Children s, and In fant's Shoes, all styles Gents. Boys, and Youths Patent Leather and French Calf Boots and Shoes from tl to t5. Call and examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. 8. P. HOOVkR, Iron Hall, je 13-tr Pa. av., bet'n 9th and '0th sta. _i Ullll! BUY AND SELL VORXIGK AMD DOMESTIC EXCHAWG*; FURNISH DRAFTS On ail Parts of United Btates and larops; COLLECT DRAFTS On all parts of United States and Europe; DRAW BILLS ON IRELAND FOR ?1 OR UPWARDS; BUY AND SELL BONDS, STOCKS, A OTHER SECURITIES, NEGOTIATE TIME PAPER. | Investaseat paying 10 V aad ever, for sals LAUD WARRANTS. We are at all times Purchasing, and have for Sale. LAND WARRANTSof all denominations Land Warrants located In Iowa, Wisoensla,o: Minnesota. CHUBB BROTHERS, Jan 23-tf Bankers, opposite the Treasury. JUST RECEIVED? Scotch Herrings Fresh Peaches and Apricots Prune Cordial Levy's celebrated Bitters Ver mace 111 and Macoaroal Sweet Oil Fresh Teas, for sale by _ JONAS P. LEVY, 474 Pa. avenue, Wine, Lienor and Segar Store. Je 10-tf Raisins and currants. A fresh supply of No 1 RAISINS acd CUR RANTS, being received in store to-day. Z M P KING, jy 11 Cor. Vermont ave and I st pRESERVKO<aiNG~ER.~?A BEAUTIFUL X article just received and for sals by Jy 2 Z M. F. KING SOFT VKAIR AND GREEN Tt'KTLK SOU Para served every day at ti. GAUTlkR'S Saloon. n.?L la formation for Tr*T?l?r9. RICUR910* BOATS FOB TWM WHITE HOUSE PAVILION rpHK 8TF.AMER8 THOS. COLLTFR OR I GEORGE WASHINGTON - ^ otn b? chartered for public or ae lect parties to the White H?qm PavTllon. Fort Washington, Mouat Vernon or any plaeeoa the Potomac Rlw, For farther particulars apply to tbo Captains af tba Boat* or to the PreeMect of tbo Company, ap 17-tf m RAILROAD. (iHANVE OF HOURS.?Oa and aft* Mea J day. tbo SM iastaat. the Train win Leave Waahiagxoa at # a?4 t % a. a., aM I aM duaday at 4* a m. Leave Baltimore at iy u4 IK a. a., u< 1 u4 Oa Sunday aM* a. m ???-?? V ?. PARSONS A 3RANGE * ALEXAWDBIA RAILED A 3. GrMt Southern Mail Lint t ^TWICr DAILY (SUNDAY NIGHTS EXCEPTED) Betwwi VYbftfaimUfto Citt nod lit fioolfe! VIA: ALEXANDRIA, RORDONSVILLP. AND RICHMOND. LPave Wull?|toB at 61 a .sad T f.m F are from W afbtoftoo to Richmond. ?????? ?5 s OMN1BUBF8 and BAGGAGE WA4IONS Will be at tbo W ashtagtcn Railroad Depot to octj - vey PAS8K.N6fc.Rt> aad BAGGAGE. J*" ?/ Caergs, to STEAMER BMORGK <4^ P. PA6K,for ALEXANDR1 A,a die ffltfaZflBa^ lance of six miles.allowing ample time for Mef.'i Ticket preenred oa tfce boat Kir^ t'on ar.d Comfort am secured by th'.a Route.aa it ?a aconTinrews Limor iiut?u?i BAU.BOA? iiok ALEXANDRIA TO RICH MOND THKOL 8H PASSENGERS and BAGGACE carried without coat to the Depot of the Peter?buig Rafiread. 1 nformatloa of Route and l/Ost Barrage ob talaod of JAMES A EVANS, f?b 11 Agent, Alexandria. Va. FOR HARPER*S FRRRT, Via < "? 4 oit* ~THROUGH IN TWELVE HOURS! THE NEW AND SPLENDID PACRFT BOAT ARGO, Capt. Cbai. H MkaatLL. will commence making Rti;ulmr Trtft between tEORGHOWN and the aoove Point, ob Mon day, March *7tb, 1*56 The BoatwIU leave the wharf of W N ?B O Rltter. Georgetown, DC. e*ery Mondav, Wed i>*day. and Friday moraine. aid o'clock Returning, ahe will leave Harper'a Feriy every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, at o'clock. Threegh Tlcksta, S J.1S. To Lttsburg 91 tn-ludtnf ?*? St~g? /*??? Fds?ard?? Ftrrf Famllieaintending tovlaltthr the coming aeaaon will And this by far the u.oat aafe, pleasant, and cheapest route to berktiev Capon. Shanondale, White Sulphur and VN ansa. Meals served on board at moderate rale*. A coach will alwavabe In readiness Is George town to convey passengers to and from the Bost For further partVulara Inquire at the store of W. H A H a. RITTER, Georgetown, and G. VV. CUTSHAW, Harper'a Ferry. Va. mar lb?tf ~THE MEW TORE A1TD LIVERPOOL" UNITED STATES I .MAIL ITEAMLRR.; THE 9H1P8 OOMPR181N6 THIS LINR are the ATLANTIC Capt Eldrldge BALTIC Cap* Cotartwlt. ADRIATIC ...Capt Jaa Heat. Taese ships having been built by contract ei preasly for Government service, every care baa been taken In their ccnatructlon, aa also tr their engines, to Insuw strength and apeed ; and ftdr accommodations for passengers are nnequaled for elegance and comfort Price of pasaage from New York ?? Liverpool In ftrat cabin, 8130; In aecond do.. 9'i From Liverpool to New \ork, JO and SO guineas. Aa experienced aur^eon aiiaehad 'a each ?hip No bertha can bo 6etured until paid for Tt.e aL!ia rf thla line have Improved water-tight b*j.k head?, and to avoid danger from lee will no?cro?? t'ue Banks north of 4% degrees, until after the 1st cf August. paoposss dates or sailiks. ftom A'm York. from ittiryni. lbtt. Ife56. Saturday Apr JW Wednesday... May II Saturday May 10 Wedne?day....May * Saturday May 84 Wedneadav....Jnre '1 Saturday June 7 Wm*no?dav....Juire *5 Saturday JuneSl We/.neadav ....Jelv 9 Saturday July 5 Wednesday....July 13 Saturday........July 19 Wednesday....Aug * Saturday.......Ang, 2 Wednt-aday....Aug do Saturday Aug 16 Wednesday....t*ept, 3 Saturday Aug SO Wedne*dar....Seft. 17 Saturday t*ept IS Wednesday ....Oct. 1 Saturday Sept t7 Wedneodav ....(krt. U Saturday. Oct 11 Wednesday ....Oct. tn Saturday Oct 24 V\ ednosdav....Nov 1* Saturday Nov. ? Wednesday....Nov *6 Saturday..?... .Nov. 'A W*dcr?day.... Dec. 10 Saturday Dec 6 Wednesday ....Dec Saturday Dec tH For freight or pasaags apply to EDWARD R. COLLINS A CO., 56 Wall street. New \ ork. BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO., Liverpool STEPHEN XENNARD A CO., *7 AusUa Friars. Loadou B G WAIN WRIGHT A CO, Paris The owners of these ships will not be account able for gold, silver, bullion, specie. Jewelry, pre cious stones, of metals, unlets bill* of lading ar? signed therefor, and the value thereof expressed therein. u i_tr BT RAIIROAD DTRECT TO THE WEST. Trwit ktticmi WatkiKgtoii and Whooimff but 17} hours' Ranning Time between Washirgton and Cincinnati 27 hours " HAD IN WASB1K6TOR. The baltimore~and ohio rail ROAD having great:y imi roved lta Western connections, now offers ttis fu est inducements to Trave era between WASHINGTON, BALTI MORE, and a'! portions of the \> EST. NORTH W EST, and the SOI TH\\ EST. Ti.e mm tion between t: e Trains from Wash ington and tLe Trains bound West fnm Haitl more Is always prompt y made at tt>? \\ asi.iug'on Jun tion (late'y ca ed tbe Relay House) v ml t* frorii TKli \n tli^ on'y t hanyf #f required between Washington aLd tie Ol ie river. ? bet ked turougw to U ueellrv at the ?> asi 11 ugton Station and re< Leckwd and trana Jerred tUere, (with tlie i aMengera) witl out < I arge, for tlose holding Through Ti Lets for > clnts be yond. The onne Urg trains leave Wa?!.lngtvn daiyatfia m and4j{ p.m. On fundaysatthe later hour on'y. At BEN WOOD, 4 miles from Wbee<1ng. diml ?fM*?i<ien la made wit*, tee trains of CENTRAL OHIO RAILROAD, running from Be lair, ou the Ohio, tlirough Cambridge. Zaafsviiie, and \(Wnfk, to COLI'MBIV. Thesi ttain* > ocue> t at Newtrk with the ? ars of the Newark, Mansfie d and aandusky Ral road for Sandusky, Toledo, Detroit. ChKagv et Louis, etc At COLL M Bl3t? the C O. Railroad trains con - ne t with the fast trains of u?e Little Ai.u?a KcU Cln? lnnatl. Loulsvll e, eU*. At _ (?n Lltt e Miami Ral ruud)< onue tU.n Is formed with th? tmlna through Dayton, to Indian aiolla, Terre Haute. Lafajette, Col a^o, Rock la and. ft. Louis, Carlo, etc ?ID" Passengers hod ng Through Tickets for f 7*P ? J id >6?r f, A mtibrz, \tir Orleans, etc., which are also aold at Washington-are traas ofT1 aUC!n' ln^ll?to Ul* Mil Steamera on the Ohio Tickets for Fvansvi le, Oarlo, and et. Louis are sold bv the rtver route. _ILr For CLEVELAND, ard via C'eveand to To e4o, Detroit, Chi< ago. etc. tiekets are sold, If?.,'1? navigabe b*tweA Wh<etne an* .forty where a eaanectle* with the C eve and and Pittsburg Ral read Is mada. Travel ra are requested to notice that whi'e thla la the on.y route affording Through Tl keta and Citecka in Washington, It Is a'so the shortest, most s,eedy. and dire, t to n?ar y a I the leadlPR points in the gjeat West The distance from Washington to Cincinnati is but 653 ini es. being about lbO snorter than by any other route * FARE, BY THROUGH TlcRLT, fcix.M W8MINGTnv:_To Wheelng. 89 50 ; f^um bus, 813 65; Dayton, 815 30; Cla lnnau, #16 Of-: Loaisvii-e, be ril road. flP 66. bv steamer frran CincinBatl, 9l? 00; 1 ndlaaa oia, 817 60; Cleve land, 913 60, To edo, SI5 80; Detroit. 815*0; Chicago, 830 65 aad 819 60; 8t Loo Is. S*X 60 aa^ 95*5; Mem .Ida, 836, New Or eans, 831, etc ICTFOR frederick AnVThaRPER S FKRRV mARTINSBURG CUMBLRLANP, f n^r!liV^^y^|,R,2?8kBKI>PO,, Dii^R 1 N68, PIEDMONT, OAKLAND, and FAIRMONT pasaengera may leave Waal.lngton at 6 a. m or 44 p. m. For the minor way statioaa brtweea WmMbSo?^ ^eciiiig, take 6 a. m train from train* to and from Ba'tlmore, Anaai.* ? special advertlaementa .U-T" For further InfsrmatloB. Throuet. Tl keta. PAK80N8, WM. B. WOODH1DK, . . ? ??' of Tr?Bs: orteUoe, uaaKh l?1| H. A O. Railroad, Ba t)laore.