Newspaper of Evening Star, July 22, 1856, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated July 22, 1856 Page 4
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EVEN ING STAR. [FOR TUB BTAl. Now "lawful sake*," who know* whit'i what' Who's dandy ? wbo'i curmidgeon * W? mus'nt nr " ? cane's a cim,'1 It seems a cane's a bludgeon. Let's own since thus tls carried round By every news y runner? That though a " stunner s" tot a tap, Yet Is a tap a stunner. - Let's own It, too, that greater strength, 'Gainst litstr needs assls'ance; And If the first gives way. Mis not From craven non-resistance. We'll own " Dew tell now listen, do.? The while your anger qi'encblng,? That though net much a fighting man ifs'a tpltndtd at dtik vrrtnek ng. We know thai hilf you northern folk*, Bay state ir.ei ana New Y orkers, And Brooklyn and New Havenites, Are everlasting takers Then call your shooting mobs, and thru?t Yoar prating heroes forward, You'll neither prove a bract mm base, Nor dignify a rorrard All Aboct Girls Namks?If you are a very preciso man and wiah to be certain of what you get, never marry a girl named Ann ; fur we have the authority of Lindley Murray, and others, ttat '? an is an indefinite orticle." ?Ezckang* If you would like to have a wife who is " one of a thousand," you should marry an Emily or Emma ; for any printer can tell you that "em's'' are always counted by thou sands. If you do not wi^h to have a bustling, fly nbout wife, you should not marry one named Jenny ; for every cotton spinner knows that jennies are always turning li you have a wife named Cordelia, you should never drop any of your old acquain tances ; for he who has the deal never cut*. If you marry one named Margaret, you may oonfidentaly expect that she will end her days on the gallows ; for all the world knows that "days were made for hanging The most incessant writer in the world is he who is always bound to Ad a line. You may adore your wife, but you will be surpassed in love when your wifa is a D ?ra. Lnless ycu would have the evil one for a father-in-law. you should not marry a lady named E'inbeth, for the devil is the father of Lite?(lies ) If you wiah to succeed in life as a porter, you should marry a Caroline, and treat her very kindly ; forao long as you continue to do this, you will be good to Carry. Many menof high moral principles, and who would cot gamble for the world, still have not refused to take a Bet. Alice?Fred, do you know "I love but thee V Pred I ilidn t know it, but 1 am ox ceedly glad to Lear it. J J ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS. WillnrtlM' Howl?j r. & 0 a. willard. W L Culvtr k ly, N Y H Stlck?ns, Oa J A Tol'.ey, Mass, \V L Ayes, J Be? ridge; N H HP Kaugbt, Mo G H Rlfenburg, T T 1', Md T Hormance, Ky, u Platner, do F A BurdLa do C E Kreu & ly, Mass C J Morloy A ly, Fa J ? Tanner. O LrnCiauc^ 1,0 H T "ullmaii, do W B F ranklin, USA C B Palls, N Y 1 V!er- W D Dickinson, Me W K DeGiadlnrifd, Ga Hon R fat e, N Y H O Hrd^ox. Ky J W Zachrie, La H W Johnson A sister, Miss H Zachrie, do P* J F Betts, Ala D D Race. W T K Had.a^S, Vt W B Shumw&y. Mich N J Guild, N Y J Weld< rman, do J C Deyo, do A J Sprool A ly, Md W W Flrmndorf, ill Mis* Sprool, do H L Stratton, Ct J C Kinsley, O J Ustick, Va 1) W Lexis,do Mrs K*>mpne. do J Haw ben, f la W A Plateaus, N Y H B ^tone, do HJ Rose.s, Md L P Rowen, do MaJ >r E Johnson, USA L Cox, do j A Reynan, N J 8 Spencer. d ? J H Hoovery. Mass F Crube, Pa J M Lettln, ills A M Pennock. U 8 N R D Landus do Mrs Sprat;ue, 2 child, AR F McCown, U S N aerv't La Hrotvua' ilettl.?T. p. A 11. BRoWS. H Thomas, DC W fiantfr, Pa W Richardscn, Tex W p O'Hsra, sJC H Sanderson, Canada -no Joyce, do J J Anderson, Mo 9 P Benot, Cuba .'McDonough, L I!a gbton, Hl-s J A r.near Pa R g hlie'b-, SC G Knapp, Mo ii B C Cash, Um, do J G Priest, do M Sinclair, La J Grelner, O CH Claike, Md J McDonnell, NY H T Toulmln, Ala J D McLean, Mo M A Thorn. SC N Offutt, La W L Wlleon, La Rev w H Lccke, Pa Mr Andersen, friend, Mo T S Lane, ly, F Rcbev, Md Mlaa Henderson, W J Johnson, do W HgIijh s Pa J Scruggs, Va J McCuu.ey, do 8 M Harris, fam, Miss W McCnllon. do M a A lien, do Maj Stodird, Md J R Powell, Ala t * Browne. Md G H Glddings Tex W Wood*. Pa \V Gerrish, Salt Lake M Hampton, ly, Pa J M HokerddV, do A G Ra>, A!a s 8 Fannin, Gt R V* llson, Va Mr Cutting friend,Mass J C Marshall, Pa Cap: W C Templetoa,La Nallsnal if ot?I.?wm. gct. FM Smith, NY T Riley, Md 8 M Vaj-raw, Md B DeK Stansbury do Co . G vv Norris, do W N Bvreni, NT ? n Kckart, Pa Dr G G Ogle, iv, Md Wm Fld-r, Pa o ^P^11' ***** c w F reeman, A rk u f i.' * . A D iv, Md R G, fam, U y hg Lewis, do T B Brooks, dr, Miss Mrs Gla-i:<in do M rs Koby, ..o T T .Mtd*n, M T J w Taylor, ftm, Tenn J L Brent, Cal Mrs Napp, do Dr Vacrubie. Md C Jones, fam. do Miss Macrubia, do 3 T Hunter, fam A.a Mrs McNelr. do Miss Fr?dwell, do W Maaaey, Pa 5. ry' *,a A S Mas?ey, do F Hain an, do .1 R Peyton,do C A Hudson, do W K Dulln, Va Wm Owens, Md J no Skilaa, JCBrlAth.l a W B Jarrett, Kirkwood llonse?j. A a. u. KiRKWo^>n. A G Newton, Va T J Steers, do W R Brocket, Kansas A H Dl.l, Md W Bennett. Md C H Stewart. Va A L W illiain*, SC T W Lyles, Cal R M Evans, lewa Hon fc Adams, Mias J Adams. USA W B ?'ollir.s, Va R Cind, Ga AH Ward, do VV A Robertson A ly, VaW C Doyle, La A C Stsother, do VV H W More, la 7,.R?K,r*> ?nd JB Phillips, Md .uu *7' >lass J B McManon, Pa A S Mix well, O MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN 8TEAMKR8 yaoH tux niriD statu. tor Day New Yor?.....Liverpool...July 19 Africa New Yofk....Liverpool...July J3 Lebanon New York....Liverpool... J uly U\ Fulton New York....Bavre July M VSOM 10KOF1 Krlcaaon Liverpool New Yok...July 9 Liverpool New York...July City of Bait .. Liverpool.... Philadelphia. J uly 18 1 he 'Ja?ifornla steamers ieavc New York on the th and Mih of each ir.onta The Overland Mail* to India and China We have often been asked for Information la re gard to the departure of the Malls from England to China 'I he following maybe interesting to those who have correspondence with the Kast: The malls leave Southampton on the 4th and illth ofesch month, and arrive at Gibraltar about the 9th and '25th of same month ; arrives at Malta about the 14th and .'loth of sau.e month; arrivesat Alexandria about the ISth of >aine and 4th of fol lowing month. Leaves Suez abouj the 2oth or 21st of same and 5th or ?th cf following month; arrives at Aden about the 2itn or 2fch of same and loth or 14th of following mouth Leaves Adrn about the i?tb or 547th of sanu-and day of arrival for Bombay, and 11th to 13th for China, Ac icdiao Navy steamer arrive-at Bombay a^out o to 6th and 19:b to21st of following month. P. and O steamer arrives at Peint de ?>alle about the ?th or 7th and tUd to 23d of following month ; leave. Point d? Galie for Puio Peoang the steamer has already arrlvea . \ 1)1' arrives at Pulo Penang about the 12th or 13th aad^tta and 29th of follow lag month; arrives at Singaoore about the lJth orl?th and 31.1 or 1st of followtng raomfa; letv? Singapore about 12 Uoura^fter arrival; arrive at Hon* keng about the 2M or 21th and bth or lo;h of following month, leaves next dnyfor Shanghai Two malb leeve England?one on the 8th and ?bth of each month?via Marseille and arrive at Alexandria about the same tlmeaathe ^outhumo. on mail . r (No. 565.] Totice of Withdrawal of Lands in Alabama N PURSUANCE OF THE ACT OF CON - grew, aprovrd 3d June, 1858, makings f land to 'he State of Alabama to aid In thecon truction of certeln railroads Jn said S'ate. ln tructioos by telegraph and mail, bearing lie 19th and 2'?th instant, respectively, have been ommunlcated to the registers and receivers to uspend from sile and location, until otherwise .reefed, the following described lands, as prob b!y falling within the prescribed limits of selec lon of the grant, to wit: Office at Hv.itsvu.l* : All the lands in the lstrlct, except as follows : Townships 8 to 14, lacluslve, of ranges 7,8, nd 9 west; and Townships 7 to 14, inclusive, of all the ranges >est of range 9 west. Office at Ti'scaloosa : All the lands In the Istric except as follows : Townships 15 and 16. of ranges 7 and 8. ^ Townships 15 to 17, inclusive, of ranges 9 and id?l^DSk'*>S 15 to H, inclusive, of ranges 11 Townships 15 to 19 Inclusive, of range 13. Townships 15 to 20, Inclusive, of ranges 14 id 15. Townships 15 to 99, Inclusive, of range '6; and Townships 17 to 22, inclusive, of range 17; all tuaied in the northern survey. Office at present at I.bbanon : All the land* in ie district, except as follows: Townships 21 and 22, of ranges 7 and P. Townships '20, 21. and 22, of range 9. Townsbii s 19 to 22, inclusive, of range 10. Townships It) to 22, inclusive, of range II Townships 14 to v2 Inclusive, of lange 12 Townships IB to 23, incluiive, of range 13 ;'and Townships 21 ar.d 22, of range 14. Office at Demotoh* : All the lands In the dis Ict, except as follows: Townships 12 to 16, inclusive, of range 1 east. Townships 12 to 17, Inclusive, of range 2 east Townships 12 to 18, inclusive, of ranges 3 and ?ast. Townships 12 to 2t>, inclusive, of range 5 east. Townships 12 to 15, Inclusive, of range 1 west. Townships 12 to 11, Inclusive, of range 2 west; id Townships 12 and 13, of range* 3,4, end5 west. Office at Grbbsville, (formerly Cahaba .) All e lands in toe district, except as follows : Townships 7 to 11, Inclusive, of range 5 Townships 8 to 82, inclusive, of range 6. Townshi,s 11 to22, inclusive, of range 7. Townships 12 to 22, inclusive, of range 8. Townships 12 to 16, Inclusive, cf ranges 9 and Townships 13 and 11, of ranges 11, 12, and 13. Township 14. of range 14". Townships 6 and 7, of ranges 17 and 18; and TownshipsG, 7, and 8, of ranges 19 and 20 Which also lnc'u os lands for the Pensacola id Montgomery railroad. Office at MosTaoMiRt: All the lands In the strict, cxcept as follows : Townships 22 and 23, of range 18 Townships 22 to 24, Inclusive, of ranges 19 and Townships 17 to 24, Inclusive, of ranges 21, 22, id 23 ' ' Townships 18 to 24, inclusive, of ranges24,95, id 26 6 ' 1 ownsbips 19 to 21, Inclusive, between range i and tho Georgia line; and All the landi south of township 12 and west of nge 26. Office at Elba : All the lands in the district ly g tr?>f of ran^e 13 l^th north and south of the ise line, tcgetLer with thv following : Townships 3 4, and 5, of ranges 13 and 14 Towaships 10 and 11, cf ranges 21, 22, and 23 ; id Township II, cf ranges 24. 25 ar.d 2G. Which also Include* lands for the Pensacola id Montgomery railroad. Office at St Stephens : All the lands in the [strict situated in townships 1.2 3 and 4, south ' the 3l<t degree cf latitude ; als > Townshirs 1 and 2, north of ranges 1 and 2 est Township 1, n rth of range 3 west Townships 1 to 3 north, Inclusive, of range 1 ist ? Townships 1 to 4 north. Inclusive,of ranges 2 id 3 east; and Townships 1 to6 north, Inclusive, of range 4 -St. Given under my hand, at the General Land Of e, at the city of Washington, this twenty-first iy of June, 1655. THOS. A. HENDRICKS, HM-Uwiw Commissioner. A Kl'. r. AMJ BlOWH STONEWORKS Pa avenue, between \Sth and 19th. streets. riHE UNDERSIGNED KEEPS ON HAND L and makps to order on the most reasonable rms? MONUMENTS, TOMBS, GRAVK rONK*, MANTELS, TABLE TUPS, MAR LE, and ENCAUSTIC Ti LES for Flooring Also, all kinds of plain ar.d ornamental Marble id Brown Stone Work for building purposes :ecuted with promptness, and at as low prices t can be had elsewhere. ap 10-eoly H. PARRY. I No. 566 J JOTH K FOR RESTORING C ERTAIN * LANDS IN WISCONSIN -Notice Is here r given th'.t the land offi-e at Misekal Point, rsvBXs's Point, and Mena?ha. in the Stat# Wisconsin, will be open to sile and location any of the l?nds in stfid dis'ilcts whi^h were bject to entry and location at the date of their cent withdrawal by notice Mo 560. on and after onday. th> 4th day ?t August next, except the lowing tow ishlps, the reservation vf which ill be continued, viz : Office at M imipal Point Townships 11 to 14 elusive, of range* I toS east, inclusive Office at St bvkn*'s Point : Towr.shlos 15 to !, inclusive, of ranges 2 to 6 east, inclusive Tow. sMp 15 and 16 of r^uge 7 east; and Township 15 of ranged east. Offi-e at Mbxasha : All the townships lathe [strict situated between township 14 and th? ichigan State line, la ranges 13 to 20 east. In uuive. ' Given under myhand. at the Genenl Land Of '?, the city of Wa hington, this 21th day of me, Ps56 THOS. A HENDRICKS, Je 25-9awgw Commissioner. MRS. M. E. HARVEY, ivccBssoa to Jambs F. Harvey, deceased,) UNDERTAKER, Ifo 410 Stventh street, betw>tn G and H, >EGS LEAVE TO INFORM THE PUBLIC ' that she has in her employ the line persons that were formerly . the establishment, who are fully iropetent t? conduct the Undertaking Business; ;d that every attention will t* given to calls, *y or night, as heretofore. in 19 Bin L. J. MIDULETON, HALE2 ITT ICE, Ojflct and Depot?Southwest corner of F and welfth streets tf y ILLI A >1 A. BATCH ELOR'S LIQUID II AIE DYE JivILFULI.Y APPLIED. AND SOLD Whole 'sale and Retail at UIBBS'rt Hair Dressing Es hnscment on Pennsylvania avenu-. betweenlHh 10:h sireets, and uuder Wlllards* Ho el in 9-eo3in , PKR m r FRENCH CHINA. HAVE RECENTLY IMPORTED, PER ship Consul, direct from Vie.znn ranee, twenty-five casks of plain white, old band,and richlydecorated h HUNCH HIN A, which, :ogeth?r with my former ? :ock, renders my assortment oomp'ete, and en ble* me to sell as low as any house latlie Uaittd t&tM ?,n. ha"d a verY larKe ftock, I ain pre ared to sell to the trade at the lowest New York 1st prices At my oresentredu-ed rates families will find t decided economy to ufe French China ^ BOTKLER, Auctioneer jy y-ccd and Importer, Iron Hal!. OIBUS1 WIGS, H^rorPfc-22' J,RA,US' ^t'RLS, SCALPS. V t ' Ac. e^ual 1 '?ny in the United tates for sal* or made to order at his stores?for <l5. ?n. *un?y!va"la avenue between 9 h and otii streets; and for gentlemen, under Willards' 10tel- m 13-eo3m* COAL:?COAL*. VTOW D1KCHARGING 1 tors^0 ?f Wb,t* CoaI tor Kaii4* 1 cargo of do broken do furnace Pers >n* laying in tbelr winter stock will be upplied with the best article at a Bllaht advance I pon prime cost ut?A./1U d^0the iTom wi,lrh th're .1 'n order seemingly to reduce the price ^ * J 4 vv M GALT, ir* fil. , eorner "d C sts , N o. 547. undercover jyl5 6t 01 lbe quaiUy alway? on band. FOR WKATliKR. I t5iL^>ewI?' V .K D AT ? K U NI ON HOT > 1 %e' ""PP'V of that unsur u" vl?elc'r,nvr'^. n??k wink i Uso XXX Prle a .d Burton s Ales and Por er of very auperlor quality, together with a ^ We8"!.1!1rVn7 of "yruP* of *'?nost every kind ? ^ ^blch, together with our premium Min??' al \\ aters will furnlshad to customers i , "ny mrt of U dbhiu_rton or Ail ordern le/t at tbe Depot In Gftamtowa or rlth the drivers of our Wj^o-i-, will w'itl roinpt attention. ARN / * SHINN I17ST RECEIVED, LONDON ART JOUR ii AL &nd otiier Uooki^ Pc'lod'cils i FERGUSON. ** next to Lint r.oul'rf 4t>6 7th st AYER'S PILLS A new and singularly success v"em8dy for the cur* of a11 MHous dis eases?Costiveness, Indigestion, Jaundice, Drop sy, Rheumatism, Fevers, Gout, Nervousness, Humours, Irritability, Inflammations, Headache, rains, in the Breast, Side, Back, and Limbs, r emale Complaints, Ac., Ac. Indeed, ve-y few are the diseases which a pureatlve med'clne is uot 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 bodv prevails; besides It soon generates serious at.d often f-ital diseases, whic^h might have been avoided by the timely and judieoas use of a good purgative. This is alike true of Colds, Feverish sympt >ms, and Bilious d rangements. 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,mP0,ta"ce to the PHbllc health, and this Fin has been perfected with consummate ?*lll to meet that demand. An extensive trial of Its virtue* by Fhysicians, Professors, and Pa tients, has shown results surpassing any thln^ hitherto known of any medicine. Cures h?ve been effected beyond belief, were they not sub stantiated by persons of such exalted positions ana character a? to forbid the suspicion of un truth . Among the eminent centlemen who have testi fied in favor of these Pills, we may mention: Doct. A. A. HAVES, Analytical Chemist of Boston, and State Assaver of Massachusetts, whose high Professional character Is endorsed bv the * ? uKDWARl) EVERETT, Senator of the United States ROBERT C. WINTHROP, Ex-Speaker of the House of Representatives ABBOTT LAWRENCE, Minister FIcn , to tvgland % ' ?ft?o?"NB,FIrrZ?ARICK' CathollC Bishop #f Boston; also Dr J. R CHILTON, Practical Lhemlst ot New York City, endorsed bv ^ MARCV, Secretary of State, s' I P? th* riohest man ,n America. ,i. . 4 Co ' Proprietors of the Metro politan Hotel,and otners. result of long investigation and study, are offered to the public as the best and most complete which the present state of medical science can afford Tt ey are compounded not uf the dru<s themsel ves, but of the medicinal virtues only of Vegetable remedies extracted by Chemical rrooess In a state of purity, and com bined together in such a manner as to insure the best results. Tbis system of composition for dim ine!! been 'ound in Cherry Pectoral and Pills both, to produce a more efficient remedy than had hitherto been obtained by ;iny 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 earb "lib stance employed are left behind, the curative virtueH oniv beifl# rt tatned. Hence It Is selfTvi dent the effects xhould prove ab th^y ha epr ved more purely remedial, and tbe Pills a mor- pow erful antidote o disease thad any other medlcire keown to the worid. 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, ar.d other organs of the body, restoring theirirregularaitlou to health and by correcting, wherever they exM. snch de rangements as are tbe Hrst origin of disease. Prepared by Dr JAMES C AVER, Practical and Analytical Chemist, L<owt*ll, Mass Price 125 cents per box ; uve boxes for ?l. So.dbv Z D tilLMAN, Washington, and by all respectable Druggists. ap9-im T O f *: A n 1 ft KittKLtT'S NFW AND CHEAP t ADDLE, HARNESS AITD TKUIfiB: STOBJ, Seventh st , opposite Odd Fellows'Hall. MESSRS. TOPHAM, l late of Philadelphia, and ^NORFLET of this city,. respectfully announce to th?lr friends and the public, thp.t thrv have com menced the Saddling Itu sinews at tbe above utand where they will make and keep constantly ou hand a large and superior assortment of Me'-s' Ladies', a&.i Boys' SADDLES, BKIDLFs' MARTiNtfALES, and WHIPS HARNESSoi every descrlrtlon, both for city and country use. pktTiT,R"N?2' y,.A,:,SKS' Car pet BAGS Ladies'SA I CH F.LS TRAVKI . ING BASKETS.apd FANCY WORK BOXK? in!'TSi COVERS, COLLARS^ and H AM Kb. Hire, Spoke. and [Just BR I'SH EJ. CARDS, CURRY-COMBS, Si'ONGES ?c., ftc, * ' All material UMdw'll Lethe best tljit can be POUin"d; and both of us having Wen practical workmen for several years, we feel confident th-t our work cannot be surpr^ed, eirher fo- s'vie or durability By naremUtlngiffortt to g!,eysatl5! faction wc nop? to merit, and rt speetfutly solicit a share of public patronage. 1 Psstlcular attention paid to coveiiBr Truki* and repairing all kinds of work. Saddu-rs: tools constantly on Land, aov 7_tf ALWAYS SO.HeTHiflG NE\fr HEAD THIS, OLD AND YOUiSG! Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative WIL,L RESTORE tjRAY HAIR TO ORJ ? LIT1 S r P"man?tly; made to grow up. on ba d heads; remove all dandruff or itching: iestroy all diseases of the scalp; and if used oK a ?eek r*2uliriy? W?U prevent the talr from becoming gray or falling, to an imaginable ige Read the following testimonials, Jnd wc lefy you tououbt, (says the Waverly Magazine } Success to the genius whose we ?av Turns bacV to Us color the Hair that was gray. SOMETHING WORTH KNOWING '_Bv asing Professor Wood's Hair Restorative, gray hair can be permanently restored to Its criminal aolor 1 he subjoined certificate was recced rrom Johnson A Stone, Gardner, Me . and is but one of the many instances that are dallv coming to our knowledge of Its wonderf il ?ff.v'u it no longer problematical, but a self-evidrnt truth ?dI communlty can testlfy.?j^t,* .a ?ABDH2R, Me. JuaeiU. ib52 Ml. H. Dtbs?Dear Sir: I have u?e.d two bot ?!.?!.?&?.??*' Restorative S ^ truly say it is the ^Te^tdl^ ry of ?f?e^e fo? restoring and ch/nging the Hair7 Before^slng It I was u man of seveuty. My hair has now at. to Th w ?ri^ln,^color? Ycu c:it? recommend it to the wond without the least fear aj mvcase was one of the worst kind ' V CdBe Vours/espeotfuily, DAN'L N. MURPHY iw ^ 111., Juna2"/, lc?? I kave used Prof o J. \iroo.i'8 Hai- kp*iZn. tlve, and have admired its wonderful clfect My hair was becoming, as i thought, piematurS gray; but by th? use of the ?? Restorative" it Vs resumed its original color, and. I have nS doubt Permanently so SIDNEY BREFSE, ' Ex-Sei;ator Unitod States. JU?im be feoid f K r WS eral ofouracq^lnbuacos in St Louis gray met o ir view, black or brown%? ?i,? ^,2 S'lSe and'g'Sy^silk ?!!d %"!^2^ > and S?n7tb^PiiCttt,0n Lha:t lhe' *??t0raS[Vr I?Ul hi! done this upon others, will it not do the saire for any of oar readers waose ''frosty proWt'^ were once llae the '-raven locks" of i ..hid ,.Z chief, if they will tr? if WMhinkVo -"\tAk* villt ConititutionaJ, Oct. 5,1853. UC A Z p E u TEST DISao K R Y O F THE any circum^tan^s^rnt^mXin^i?1 Which almost assures u, that S "^'knowledge natural annearance. VVe have seen ^Klo??yand have used It and are much pTe^d & Z7l* Tx? Itr.^dwai-, s? V*ork'aodliu'>?"1r"' No 316 Louis, Missouri York'and114 -Market tfreet, St. WashlngtorT 4Ai:?oioTh0,!e"aKe and ret'in by Peel t Stevw,, e?: la A1?*n41a AgVnt^ Pwideljlt, Pa.*8' Genn*1f^ho!eale UR. W. UKNhy PALM KK'5 Pi** n F?RTE CLASSES . . eiw* Dollars Per Ouartfr hokeopat^c- physiciaVa sdeoeos I'f'ICK A!f B RKSIDBMCK, Va,Ut,U** Coraer ldth gt and Nnv ifork avenue Washington, d.c OA.e u >urj?o t0 li), * to 4> 8 td inr.iai# Carter's Spanish Mixtur# THE ft R FAT PURIFIER OF THE BLOOD BEST ALTERATIVE KNOWN'! WOT A PABT1CLB OF XIECCRT IH I*!!! Ab Infallible remedy for Scrofula, King's Evil, Rheumatism, Obstinate Cutaneous Eruption*, Pimple* or Postules on the Face, Blotches, Boils, Ague and Fever, Chronic Sore Eyes, Ringworm or Tetter, Scald Heald, Enlarge ment and pain of the Boues and Joints, Salt Rheum. Stubborn Uloera, Syphilitic Disorders, and all diseases arising from an injudicious use of Mercury, Imprudence in Life, or Impurity of the Blood. THIS great remedy, which has become so rap so Justly celebrated for its extraordi nary efficacy in relieving and curing many of the most obstinate and terrlole forms of disease with which mankind Is afflicted. Is now offered to the public, with the confident assurancethat no Mid ical disco v*st ever made has been so eminently successful injuring Scro?bla, and all dtsbasbs of thb Blood,as CARTER'S SPANISH MIX. TURK.

The proprietors are receiving by every mall most ilattering and astonishing details of cures made in all parts of the count?, and In most cases where the skill of the best Physicians had b??a ried in vain Itspowor over the Blood is truly remarkable and ail diseases arising from impurity of the grvat Sbat of Life have bpen relieved and cured with* out a single failure, outof thettousands who have ?ised it. Carter's Spanish Mixture contains no Mercury, Opium, Arsenic, or any dangerous drugs, but Is composed of Roots and Herbs, com bined with other ingredients of known virtue, and may be ^Iven 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 varioub localities. Please read fo yourselves. We take great pleasure in calling the attention 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 uneaualled by any other preparat'cB.-iJatijr Ltipatek, Rick*t?*d Vm. The Hon John M Botts,of Vn ,says heconsld ers it a mattej of duty to add his testimony to the virtues of Carter's Spanish Mixture, Fan* aotvaI fbbsonal osssKVATion of It# 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 professes.?Editor Souikud$ Dtmoermt, Ptttrxburg, Vm. We have fcund from persoaal trial, that Car ter's Spahlsh Mixture Is a truly valuable medl. Cine ? Ed. Vergtnnts Indeptndint. Vt. ORE AT CURE OF SCROFULA ?A press man in our employ was cured of Scrofula ofa vir ulent character by a few bottles of Carter's Span ish Mixture, aftpr everything else had failed Oth er cures which have come under our own observa tlod, proves to us conclusively, that Is really a val uable medicinal agent. We take great pleasure !n calling the attention of the afflicted to Its om its ? Rieivtond Rnublicmn. SYPHILIS.?I have seen a number of cures o! Syphilis perform*! by Carfr'a Spanish Mixture I believe It to be a perfect antidote for that horri hiedljcue. E. BURTON. Cora, of iltvcaus for city of Rlchmoal L7TER DISEACF.?Samuel M. Drinker, o) tiictrra rf D;iaker & ^lorrln, Booksellers, Rich mond, Va , wase;:rod of L'vrr disease ofnrvrnl I years etandleg by oaly taree bottles cI Cwter'i Spanish Mixture. OLD SORES, 5L7XRSAND OBST'NATM ERUPTION* ON THE SEIN.?ZtA tUe c ut of Mr. Harwocd, aod others, detailed in our Al manac The number cf sucfe cases cured by C?r ter's Spanish Mixture, precludes the pos#*bl!U> cf Inserting them in an advertisement. > EFFECTS (1I MERC UK Y.~ Sr? the c1*7? of Mr. Klmore He was eaten up with Mercur" asd could obtain no relief, until he toe* r,Is boi-ics of Carttrr' * S panls h M i x t ure, w hick pe rfeo t; v > c s ;.->reu Llm t>.? health and rigor. NEURALGIA?Mr. F. Boydsn, formerly f the Astor House, N. Y.,but more recently propri etor of the Exchange Hotel, Richmond, \vasri:red of Ne':ral^ia by Carter's Spanish Mixture. Since that time, ne says he has seen It cuse more than ? hundred cases of the disease In which it is uaed He never fails to recommend it to the afflicted RHE UMAT1SM.?Mr. John F. Karrlsoa Druggist, of Martlnsburg, Va., writer of the sin gular cure of a violent c*se cf Kheducatlsra. The patient could not A r?w bott-m entirely cured him. ' S('ROFULA?Mr. Harrison also wrllss cf a great cure of Scrofula. In the person cf a youa* lady, (of ih:e* years standing,) which all the doc tors coulc uot icach. filx bottles ma?'.e a C'lre c' her. SYPHILIS.?Dr. K. T Heulle, of ;Va*hJaa ton, D. C , whocur?d an obstinate case of Syphi lis by Carter's Spanish Mixture, says "St acts spe cially on the Blood, Liver and Skin ar.d is prompt and efficient in its results." Dr. John Mlnge, formerly of tie City Hotel, nichmond, now of Alabama, says he has seen Carter's Spanish Mixture administered In a num ber of cases with astonishingly pood e'??ect. He recommends it as i;the rucst efclciVnt alterative is are " SALT RHEUM AND SCROFULA?Ml Jos Robinson, cf \V coster, Ohio, w?.s cured ct Scrofiia and Salt Rheum of three years standfc f by only three bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixturr tVBlf. S. BLKRS A CO., Proprietors, .. , ? , f*0- 3^1 Broadway, New York. It/" Price 31 per bottle, or six butties for *5 For sale by CHAP 3'rOTf, WasblBctc*. D 0.,BBd Dr;f^lst* irpijera!ltf er.t 1 Sv THE CHEATEST MEDICAL DISCOVERY OF THE AGE. Or. KENNEDY, cf Ksxbary, Su discovered In one of oar common fastbbb wbbi)8 a remsdv that cures EVERY KIND OF HUMOR; fsgk teb W0R37 SCBoFvLA IOW.1 to a coii HWOjf riMPLB. E HAH TRIED IT IN OVaR ELEVEN aundrrd caiics, and never failed except i-n two casts, (both thunder tumor ) He his now In tl* posse- Hlon over two hundred certificates of Us rlr tue, all wilhli: twenty miles of Boston. Two bottles zre w^rrajitcd to cure a uurslnr r&re mouih 6 " One to three bottles JJ c ?r3 iter wcist kind of pimples on the faso. Two to thxen botUcs will clesr tks sys^m cf Two bottles wamntnd to evro the wnrs ctnkDT In the month and stomach. Three to five bottle" are warranted eare the worst case of Ery3ip3laa. One to two battles ar.j tFrrranted to atra all iumcrlnt-ioeves. .fwo "Dotucei are warnvrit^l to care raaalax of tie ears and blotr tsa aiccii^- th^ Lair. 1< cur to ulx bo'tlc ?nre warranted to ttre no ma! tad running ulr^r* ^ One bottle will cure rc.aly eruption of ite skin Two to three botUes are to cu?e the Vorst case of ringworm. Two to three bottles nre warranted U c^re the jEost desperate ease of rheumatism. Wbree to four botUes are waxraaied t? esre tue talt rheum ro^L^? t*^u* botUfi wlU cure iy? vortt aa^e^el I l* ^waiP* "r^m the first aiid a pi>i i,i euro t? when the 4C0V8 LUoiitliy Is uiica. ?vl^ i ?i>C\ 4 ^oav.B4 bjtUes of r? uV;^- i i Jcnov the efftyit ef It in e?viy c^,s Ss si?rs as water will extln g^Uh ?.ro. <sus.;.e wiuthlj cjt? humor I r ?vei sold abottio cf it but that sold another; ^r J trial it tiw/T speuiu for i:?if. Thero are tws in7'8t^ t'rVt u ^~7b WT-w* to me surpris Li^.V7- ? i . La c ir pastures. In some ?, r.nd yet Its vhIbc .ievn Usu^own 'ia til Idlsccv/red it ,n 1845-saiI? it JAOiai C1JC (iU ix!Uvi:~; Of hUlDOf. lit I Jvl O/ thO IUdd6A rill fatla1/1,w0va7?1 wl11 ?l*te ru' -t ^ \ it, end sold about a CifrZ&?jcniApT", 1M4,1 sold over 1.U4 Sol*- of the wholesale Drao'pls'Bwho Ib busine-s twenty and ttIrtyWrtTLv STt ^, liko U ln-Vll!r, 3 of.P!t:ua' niedlo'laes was eve) quart'rs * ''nlveraal praise of it from all In ray own praetJca ! always kept It strietl7 fei SHS^SJ?"0? !ts lnt^nctki ?Tgen7eS family m?Ucin?, preat sad wonderful Tlrtu? J0,:nd ^ " 111411 never suspected -eyeral eases of epileptic fits?a disease whlcl was always considered lac arable, have been cureo ?x;.^r r.Vr*. it"?fiwfn p?~ 21^?* that Rwfu^ *??l?dy?there I knnS^r h? haTfc StVa inor? ? thaa I haw - 1 several cases of Dropsy, ail of then ofthe^f^r uV l oT thc varlous dlseaser J J, - ''?***] Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, Asthma S2, a?Pdln ln the s,de> diseases of the n?* pwtlcniarly in diseases of the Kld discovery has done more good thai any medicine ever known No change of diet ever nectusary?eal the best you can gefand enough of it. * ?wr A?Vt0n^(iir v'* ?Adults one table spoonful ^ren over 1,111 y^" dessert ?pt>on f Jl-ChUdren from tlve to eight years, tea spoon -m" i 8 no directions can be applicable to all con twice a'day1^6 M1?c,ent 10 ?Perntp ?o the boweJj ha^vfactvxbp bt ?ONALO KK.IflFDT, xt*. 120 Warrtn strut, Roxburv. M*it Phicb, OifB Dollar. Agents?New York City, C V lia S ^ER' 81 B,ircl?y "treet: C. ff. rin? IW Broadway: A. B. A D. SAI^DS. 100 Foltoi nTVy PWiaelpW*! T. W. DYOtV A SONS EV^?,re! br?wn * BROTHER, CANBY A HATCH. Alexandria, PEEL A STEVENS uA! ??.UU by 411 Druggists in'tk. tf nlted States and British Provisoes, and also b! DniiTlsU of this City ' ' PRIVATE MEDICAL TRKATI1B on til PHILOSOPHICAL VIEW 07 KAULiAOS. *T H. B. L A CKOIX, Si* D., ALBANY. N. Y , 350 P?*il ISO F???, Plain.and CalarU Liik egrapkt and Piatt!. PllCB OHLT TWSSTV-FIVB Cbbtb. Sent Free of Postage to part* of ike Ualom (CHEAPEST BOOK EVER PUBLISHED? J and containing nearly double the quantity of read ing matter In that of the fiVty cknt or dol lar PUBLICATIONS. It treat* on the PHYSIOL OGY OF MARR1A6K, and the Secret Infirmities and Disorder of Youth and Maturity, resulting from ex cesses, which destroy the physical and mental pow ers, with Observations on Marriage, Its duties and disquallAcatl.'ins, and their remedies: with Lithographs,Illustrating the Anatomy and Physiology and Diseases of the Re productive Organs of both sexes, their structare uses, and functions. A popular and comprehea sire Treatise on the Duties and Causal tie* of sin git and married lite? happyandfrnltful alliances, mode of securing them?Infelicitous and infertile ones?their obriation and removal ? Imporan' hints to those contemplating matrimony, tbatw'l! overcome objections to It; none, however, should take this Important step w'.tho\it first consulting it* Kges?commentaries or. the disease* and medical atment of females from infancy to old age, each case graphically illustrated by beautiful llthogra Chlc plates?nervous debility, Its causes and sure, y a process at once so simple, safe and effectual that railure Is impossible?rules for daily manage ment?an essay on Spormatorrhcea. with prwt leal obsofvatlons on the safer and moresacManui mode of treatment? precautionary hints on the evils re sulting from empirical practice?an e*?av on all diseases arising from indiscretion, with plaln and simple rules by which all persons can cure them selves without mercury ?remedies for those self inflicted miseries and disappointed hones so un fortunately prevalent In the young. It Is a truth ful adviser to the married ana tho*econtemplating marriage: Its perusal Is particularly recommend ed to persons entertaining secret doubts of their physical condition, and who are conscious of hav ing haxardsd the health. happlnest-. and privileges to which every human being is entitled Price TWENTY-FIVE CENTS per cony, or Five Copies for One Dollar. Mailed, nee or post age, to all parts of the United States N B ?Those who prefer may consult Dr. LA CROIX upen any of the disease* upon which this book treats, either personally or by nail. Medi cine sent to any part af the li nion according to di rections, safely'packed and carefully secured from all observation Address Dr. M B LA CROIX, No 31 Haidea Lar.e, cr Post OfitccHox 5?? Albaay, N. Y. Office open dally, from 0 a in to 9 p a aad oa Sunday from 3 until 5pm ITT* Office REMOVED from No 5? Beaver at. ta 31 Maidan Lant, Albany, fitw York. dea W?ly DOCTOR HOOFLAND'8 CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS PIXrABID ST Dr C. M JACKSON Philadelphia, Pa , WILL EfFBCTCALLT CCBX LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, f AUNDICE.rHROMC OR NERVOUS DE ?? bill**. Dis'ases of the Kidneys, and sll Dis ease* arising from a Ditrrdered Liver or Stomach The pr'prietor. In calling tbe attention of the public to this p'eparation. does so with a feeilng of tbe utmoft confidence in its virtues and adula tion to the diseases for which it is recommended. It Is no new and untried article, but cne tfcat has stood tbe test o' a tep. years' trial b.f.?re tLe American people, and its reputation and f;de Is unrivalled by ?ny sln>ilar preparations extant. Tbe testimony in its favor given by tbemr>st prom inent and well known physician? and lndi iduals in all ptrts of tbe country Is Immense, and a care ful perusal of the A manic, published annually by the proprietor, and to be hsd gratis of any of bis agents, cannot but satisfy tbe most skeptical that this remedv Is really deserving the great cel ebrity it has obtained Principal office and manufactory No. 98 Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa. READ THE FOLLOWING: Moboantown. Va . August 4, 1*555. Dr C. M. Jacxsot*?Dear Mr:?The sales of tbe Bitters are ircreasing, an 1 wta' spe&ks vd ume? in their favor is th-t all who fcaveused tb? m speak highly of their etf>cts No medicine that I sell gives such gent ral satisfaction, and th? de mand for !t eice-ds all precedent; and I a?si re you it aflTor-1* me pleasure to sell such a reme?!y. Our physicians no longer scowl at It. butarecr an pelled to acknowledge Its intrinsic va ue,and ;l s freat? r pa-t of th*m have t<sd rr agnanimlty suf cent o lay a-ide their prejudice ar.d prescrlta U la their practice. Respectfully vouts, F M. CHALFA.NT. iv ftor? keepers and druggists In every i'lage in the United Stales. Pr'ce?5 For sal- V town and vi'laj cents per bottle Z D OILMAN, Washington, and JOHN 8. K1DWELL, Georgetown. Agen'a. Je7 8m II NOKft'S Improved 8ewing Machines. To which was granted the Highest Award of the Paris Jtxhibtticn, thereby receiving the World's Verdict of Superiority. THE IMPROVEMENTS IN THIS MA e.hiae has simplified them In many respects, and thev arecap;ibi<'of executing twice tht amount of work thev did formerly in any given time They are without question the only Machines ca pable of sewing every variety of goods perfect: a shirt bosom or heavy tiare for harness can be sewn by any of these machines by a simple change of needle and thread In such a manner that tne closest scrutiny cannot detect a fault. Manufacturers, plaaiers ar.d families will find them the oniy safe Machines to purchase, as they nre built strong and durable, and not likely to gfrt out of order. We have machines with gaages attached, foi binding bats, cap fronts, gaiters, Ac. Silk, Thread, Co^on, Needles, Ac., constantly on hand, at the lowest rates. Persons desirous of Information regarding Sew ing Machines wll' p!??.?e address I. M SINGER A CO., . 105 Baltimore street, Baltimore. N B.?We are prepared to exch;mge these ma chines for old machines of any kind Terms lib eral Persons who have r.?en induced to purchase Inferior machine-; under the pretext of beln? cheap, will find this a benefit Indeed. mar 10?tf IKON HALL ROOT, SHOE, 1c Thl'NK ESTABLISH MENT.? I have this day received a large assc rt rr ent of I adies' and Gentlemen's Iron and Wood. frame Trunks;' also, Bonnet Box es, Hat Cases, Ctrpet Bags, of all stiles. Ladies'new atyle Gaiters all < olors; and black, bronze, and colored baiters. with and without tips, tt $1 Misses', Children's, and In fant's Shoes, all styles, bents, Boys, and Y ouths Patent Leather and French Calf Boots and Shoe? from *1 to S5. Call and examine my siock before purchasing elsewhere. 8. P. HOOV* R, Iron Hali, je l'J-tr Pa. av., btt'n 9th and 10th sta. BUY AND SELL F0EXI3N AND DOMESTIC EXCHANGE; FURNISH DHAFTS On all Part* of United States and Earoy. COLLECT DRAFTS On all parts of United States and Europe DRAW BILLS ON IRELAND FOR XI OR UPWARDS; BVY AND SULL BONDS, STOCKS, A OTHER SECURITIES? ?Mtimi timi paper. ItVHtment paying 10 V* nu?l ovar, lor salt LA5D VA EE ANTS. Wt are at all tknes Purchasing, and have fo Sale, LAND WARRANTS of all denomination! Land Warrants located la Iowa, Wisconsin, e Mlnneso'-v CHUBB BKOTHERS, Jan *J-tf Bankers, opposite the Treasury J tar RKCKivto Scotch Herrings 1 Fresh Peaches and Apricots Prune Cordial Levy's celebrated Bitters Vermacelll and Maccart-nl tweet Oil Fresh Teas, for sale by JONAS P LEVY, 474 Pa. avenue, WIno, Liquor and Segar More. Je 10-tf M _ Raisins and itrkaxts. A fresh supply ofI\'e 1 RAISINS and CUR RANTS, being receivtd In store to day Z M P KING, jy 11 Cor Vermont ave and 1 st PKESf-H VE ?i OINOl R ? A BEAUTIFUL article Just received and for sals l?y Jy 2 Z M. P. K1NQ OUFT IRAliii AND OHEfc.N TtKTLt 80 UP are served every day at C GAUTlKR'ti Saloou il *?'_ Informatics: for Traveler*. IXrilRBlUN BOATS FOR THE WRITE HOUSE PAVILION The steamers tbos collfvr ok GEORGE WASHINGTON can be chartered for public or se led parties to the White K*?i 1 ion Fort Washington, Mount Vernon or any place on the Potomac River. For further particulars apply to the Captains of the Boat- or to the President of the Company. ap 17-tf WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILKUAl). i I'HAV.t or HUIHI.^O* and after Moa v-/ day, the 23d Instant. the Trains will Leave Washing ioe at ? sad PJf a m , ant 3 tad t*p? ?'? Sunday tl4g p. m Lepee Baltimore at ? * ?ad ?* I m., aa* J ,ii UP a Oa Snaday at ?x a. a ????tr T. R PAlfOMS. Arm ^BAirOS k ALEXAWDRIA FAILEO A T>. Great Southern Mail Line t ?r r w ? c r dai lT-w (SUNDAY NIUHTS ElCEPThl)\ Between Washington City and thr ScLih! VIA: ALhXANDR IA, ? ORDONSVILLF, AND RICHMOND Liar* Washington KM u and 7 p in Fare from Washington to Richmond ?s M OMNIBUSES and BAG6AGE WAGON i will be at the Washington II r 11 road Depot U> rni ve* PASSENGERS and BAGGAGE, It<t Ckn*f$, to t*TKAMKR GEORGE, ^Kmmm >. PAGE, for A l.bXANDK I A, a dl?^fc2L: "?*. tanccofsli milt*.allowing ample time for Mea.s. Tickets procured on the boa;. Fiipedufcn and Comfort are secured by th's Rutc,c.sltleacoi*r:wrors usicrriMTcti'i ti'ihOii rtov ALEXANDRIA TO RlC-l MOND THROUGH PASSENG ERS end BAUGAbh carried without cost to the Dep't of the Pru r?*ctg Railroad. Information of Route end Loot Baggage c.b tai ned cf JAM Ed A. KVAN ?, feb 11 Agent, Alexandra., Va FOR HARPER'* PRRRT, Via Ck?*ar aht + % OkioCmnai. ESSE*.*? t! " THROUGH IN TWELVE HOURS! The nkw and splendid papkit. BOAT ARGO. Capt Chas H M fap ? l; , will commence making Rtgvl** Trtpi beiv.*.> 4EOR6K1GWN and the above Point, on V... day. March 27th. 1666 The Boat will leave the wharf of W . II AH B Ritter. Georgetown, D. C., e?ery Mor.dav, V\ ed nesday. and Fridav n ornlrg at 6 o'clo* k Returning, she will leavr Harper's Ferry tv?*:y Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, at o'clock. Throngh Tickets, * To Ltesbufg 81 62)f, t?r/?dt?g tkt Lt*r* />???? frfs?rrf?' Fttrf Families Intending to vUltthc Virginia the coming sreson v.ill Brd this by far tb?- it t Kaf'\ pleasant. and cheapest route to BerV#:. Capon. Sbanondak . White Sulrhnr and Wa. Meols served on board at moderate r?U A coach will always be In readiness In Geor; r tewn tr convey passenger* to ar d fr'm the lie-.,: For further particular* i&qiire at the stcre ?1 W. II A H G BITTER lllliilm 1 ? W. CUTSHAW. Harper's Ferry. Va. mar 15?tf THE KcW YORK AKD LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES MAIL MKAMIR S., * *2 1 THE SHIPS COM PR ISIN*? THIS LS.? are the ATLANTIC Capt Wrdrta s BALTIC Cap*. CMDitut ADRIATIC Capt Jas These ships having been built by contract ts press: / for fcoverr.ment service, every care h*-. been taktn lu '.belr construction, as atso In tl?i engines, to lnsuae strength and speed ; ai d the'.? accommodations for passengers are cnequaltd f?? elecaaoe erd comfort Price of pashagc from New York 'o I.lverpc*; in first cabin. S13t?; in second do.. $"5. h n>m Liverpool to New \ ork. 3l? and XU guir.>^s A u experienced surgeon attached to each 'hip No berths can be secured until paid for T1 e s^ 'v? cf thla Use have Improved water-tliht bUik heads, ai.d to avoid danger from Ice will not ?rr the Banks north of 42 de^re^, until ar.t; K i \ cf August. FSOP0SED DATS? OP SAtLINfi. fVff* >'?? York. ft cm Ltr? ,?*?/. 1K5? lt-5? Saturday.. Apr 2# Wednesday... May IV Saturday Mav 10 Wedii'-sday....May *."? Saturday May *<M W>dn?sdav....Jcnc Saturday June 7 Wednesday....Jun* * Saturday Ju&e21 Wedr.esday ....July > Saturday July 5 Wednesday ....J u!\ -.'t Saturday........ July 18 Wedret<day.... Aug * Saturday Aug' '? W'edr^-sdav....Ar._r - Saturday Aug Id Wedneedav....Se;t. * S&turday....... Aug 30 Wednesday. ...Sett 1? Saturday Sept. 13 W ednesday ....Oct, t Saturday S*p! 27 Wednesday ....Oct ! ? Saturday' ...Oct 11 Wednesday ....*?ci *-'y Saturday Oct 25 Wedne?da>...,N?v it ^aturdav Nov. B Wcdn sdav N . Satnrdav Nov 22 Wednesday....Dec Saturday Dec ? Wednesday ....Det Saturday Dec. 2" For freight or na?>&ge applv to EDWARD K. COLLINS A CO., 56 Wall street. New \ c-r? BKOWN, SHIPLEY A C?? . I verroc. STEPHEN KENNARD A CO., 27 A u?: ? Friars. London B G. W A1NWRIGH T A CO, Paris. The owners of these ships will not be account able for gold, silver, bullion, specie,Jewelry, pre cious stones, or metals, unle^ bills of iadlug e:/ s'.gned tnercfor, and the value thereof express i therein. m 1 -tr BY RAILROAD LIE EOT TO THE WEST u Time between Wa*' iftrtvu and W'heeh but 17^ fiutrrx ! Eunning Timo botweeu Washington and Cincinnati 27 houn5 THR0VS11 TICKBTS A7ID B A liS AC I CHICKS To 61 HAD IN WAIBIN6TOH. I^HE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAIL] ROAD having greatly im; rovid its \\ tstera > onne tiens, now otters the fu est 1nducemeLt> to Tra\-e!ers between WASHlNHTON, BAL TI MOR K, and at j ortions of the W EST. NOK1 IS WEST, and the SOUTH W F.ST. The onn? tlon between t1 e Train* front Wu<, lngten and tl.e Trains bound Wtst front Ba'tl more Is always | r?.ui, t y uiadt at ti e Washiu^'ot. Jun tlon {lately ia ed iiit Re.iiy Houm ) 9 it.: rt. from Baltimore. This Is the on y change ?>f required between Washington and the Oi io r'.ver Baggage is checked tl rougw to Wheeling at tti? Wast.iiigton Station and re-het l.ed and trai s | ferred there, (with the i n???cmjern) wit!.oni< I ar^o, for those ho ding Ti.rough Ti- kets for oli - *? yond Ti-e-onne ting trains leave V. a- 1:..k. dal y at 6 a. m and 4>| p. m. On ^unaays at t. : later hour on y. At BEN WOOD, 4 miles from Wbee'in^. ' rovne<ticn Is made with t' e trains cf O NTF OHIO RAILROAD, running from Be la r. the Ohio, through Cambridge. Zan?kviii< , Newark, to COLUMBUS. ^I'hes- trains <.o'~ at Newark with tlie ? ars of the Newark, Man-t:- - and fandusky Rai road far ^audusky, T? , Detroit, Chi ago, ?t Louis, etc At COLUMBu* the C O Rallro d trains co ne t with the ftist tralna of the Littl- Miami /> ? rorJ to Xenia, Cincinnati. Loulsvll e. et?- At XEN 1A ion Lltte Miami Rai road><oun*v tloa * formed with the trains through litr.*:. a, Terre iiauie. l.uia\eiu, C. 1 ago, k?.k Is and, M Louis, Carlo, et.* IET Passengers ho ding Through Ticket ' ' ritksburc, Satrfi-z, \er" , V. iii It are also soid at Wasl lngton? are t.* ^ ferred at Cin innati, to ti e Mai Steam*** oa V Ohio. Tickets for Kvanwvi le, Oarl*, and Louis are so d by the river route. ID" For CLEVFLAND, a. d via C eve an?l " To e<!o, Detroit, Chi ago. etc , ticket*- are s. 'd rln n t e Oi lo is navig^b e between Wh?e . and Wellsvl-e'forty 101 e?l wh*rr a < onn*-. r with tl*e C eve and and Pittsburg Rat read ?? made. Travel rs are r quested to notlr* that will e t. is Is the on1 y route affording Through Tl keis f i4 Cue ks in Was'in^ton, It is a so th> sin most Sj.tedy. and dire t to ntnr y a tt.e iear. toints In the gjeat West. The distance : Washington ?o Clndmatl is bai 653 ml e?, U if about 100 mi es short* r tit as by any oti?r r?ut FARK, BV *1 t? lihT, li * W .SmI'.OT ?v :_To Whee ing, *l? 50 ; Ci t:3 bus, ?13 65; Dayton tl5 50; Cin Jnn^tl, <* ? Louisvl e. by ra'i rood, fib 65, bv sua me r f *r Cincinnati, fib 00; Indiana o Is. $17 50; C?ve and, tit 50; Toedo, ?I5 90; Detroit. *15 2*?? Chi -ago, P*t 65and ?10 5U; St I>oi l? 5i. -/d ?25; Mem I.Is. S26- New Or ?an?, Ml, et. lETTOR FREDERICk AND H A K PF ? FEKRY. MART1NSBUUG. ru "Jii ^ R I.ANl). BKRKLEY bf RINGS, BEDFOH DSFK INtiS. PIEDMONT, OAKLAAD. ard FAIT<M\)ST, rassergert may leave W&frl.lngton at 8 a. m or l| p m For the minor way *taiL?r.s be?w? Baltimore and W'tie^ting, take 6 a if, tntlit f:> ? Wast.ington For trains to and from Batimoie, Annar o?ls. et * , see s^e. ia advertisement* i?7" For further luferiuuUoa, T. rough Tl et . ap iy to THOMAS H PARSONS, A-o# at Was ington Station WM. 8 WOODSlDK. Master of Trans; ?rt>*lon, mar. h 1?H B kOH^ <?.l