Newspaper of Evening Star, August 7, 1856, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated August 7, 1856 Page 4
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EVENING STAR THE COW AWD THE CABBAGE. Rumbutttlarie, ?'There was an artiet?a pre-Raphaellte. Who, In an hour of woudrou inspiration Limned on the canvass ground a cow and cab A cow aad'oabbage, deareet, doat thou take !?? fnUirJiM, "Bumbuatilarlo?i do fata propel!" Rumt "So well the arti?t made that cow and cabbige, That when the twain were perfect and compete, The cow began at once to eat the cabbage, And tbo Incipient crout?whl h was notcrout, Sat would have been so had they clouted It? 'j '.tided lu crWpness to the ravaging cow." Trad. "Go on, Rnmbuetllarlo?let 'er rip Jhmfr. "I will, my Tenderllna, and the 'nub' Or appllca'lon of my tale Is this; Folks shouldn't try to do two things at onee, That Is to cow and cabbage it together. Ladles, for Instance, shouldn't undertake To be both Intelleotu 1 and fair, To be great beautlos and set up for wits; For those who try to run upon two tickets Are mighty apt t-> be laid out on both ; To lad their Bints lied, and the game blocked up, . And they themselves burst up to awful smith." Tend "1 twig, my Bosfllarlo?and I think That such a strange collision must have onoe Occurred between the train of thy good looks And theoaposing cares of Intal'ect Dire wa? the moetlng?and the upshot was That both wtre shattered, broken and destroyed." ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL H0TEL9. Willarda' Heiel-i c. A i a. willaad. G Cary, ly, ft serr't, Pa J Ammtdon, Pa Miss Cary, do T Little A ly, Md Miss J Uenrv, do J R Jonnson NY M'ts G Cary, do A Tebbetts, do G W Tappan A ly, do H Upham, Ky. H J Samson, Md J C beny, ko J Alklns, do H Whitman Md C C Howard, Fla W E Bird, Ga w Jacobs ft ly' Pa G Mayo, Me L T Cowdln, Ga Hon J A Keek well, Ct K K Cow pert wait, SC J W White, do W B Cow^ertwalt, do E Ames, l a C N Alatander, Ga A J Gookin, SC B S Preston. SC 8 Curtis, do R G Leona d; do TP Bramhall, La T Es'on ft ly, Pa G H Fowie, Mats C L Blanc hard, do T H Klnnoth, My W Penno ft ly, Md B Porter, do J G Marsh, do W Harris ft ly, O F J Lorlng ?C Mlis K Harris, do D Safferd, Pa Mlis H Huston, do J H Samoner, Ten Mia W*lkar, do W D Worotfly, do EE Helmly, Va Hon J Bishop, Ml J D w llllamson, Pa B G launder. Mo Maj Chase, USA P P Bigler, Pa J D Grlndle, N Y G J Wallace, Va F C Wagner, do J C B'ume, SC Hon I Adams Mass BAD nfle do MrAngoll, NV R B Town&end la J \\ llson ft ly, Va W B Walker ft ly, La T J Well, La Mlaa W ells, do Miss Slbiey, do Krowai' Hatel?r p A k bsowiv. R Dooley, Va M Bilbo, Tenn T Johnson, do KB Fort, Miss H;Barn<n DC T W Presten, ly, Tenn B OuUldiDg, Md J J Williamson, do Got A V Brown, Tenn Miss Masous, Tenn J C Jones, do G H V'arsham, Ark J B Lamb, do A C Hill, Tex A M Kllpatrick and broCol Fountleroy, U8A do EM Dowe, Na B E 9tiles, Ga C McK ?*lph, Ala J A S<?wz-r, O J E Glbbs. Va H R W bluer, ly, Ind T S Anderson A dunks. Pa J M sberley, Ky Miss Bank^, do Mr? Sherley, do J L ?tediran, fam, La Miss 8. hultte, do T J Johnson, Miss Capt Summons, O K RMgway, Va Mrs Armstrong, do K W Bonne*, BC M Gold backer, NY C Rllffmlller, Ala N Mrs Fort, dr, Miss E Worthlngten, Ark M Eldridge. do Miss Worthington, do B H Fink, va EC Magruder, Md W H Stor.a J ^mlth. do C P Hinds, Mass F R Addlsoa, Md G W .Mcl vdlne, Pa R Colemm, do W Hough, La W Face, do O B Finney, Va Ifalleaal Hotel.?WM. OUT. A Eaton, Va J A Washington, Va W Miller, BC J Cavana, Md J W Scarborough, Oal M J Miller, NY J H Lehert Tex W S Ball, Ky M N Moorman, Va J W Craig, Ark C H McConcell. Ill W C Kennedy ft fy, 111 I. Chase ft ly, N Y J C Groome, Md T Berry, Ga J B Groome, do W A Appleoy, NJ I Lee, Va ? Selby. NV E P Wright, O W B Phillips, do J Havlland, 4o L L Johnson, Md W Hamersley, Ga Key R Gillespie, Va J Welle, Md C J Roeford A ly, WI J A Gwynn, do R Push, La O White, do Mm w H Ballard, de R H Stuart ft fam, Va PRvana.Jr, O J C Blake, Fla J Keethcar, Iowa E Holer, Pa T W Blake ft ly, Tea Col G P Kane, Md Klrkwssd /. A a. b. kirkwood B R Willi, Mass J L Vallandlgham. Del MD Newman, Va 8 D W llllamson, Va G W Stephens, Md Miss F Hays, do B T Wocdnsf. HI W H Laraberton, Fla R A Howard, Texaa F L Peter man, NJ C O L*eds. NY e Bogle, Pa B W Owen, DO W McObeaney, do R 8 Carr ft fam, NY J M Cowden, do R ? Jones, Cal B W Melton, 8C C B Sawyer. Ky M Herman, Mass H Kvaas, Wis Dr A 8 Heaton ft ly, L Mai 8 P Ellis, Nlca'g Superior F X Kelly, Md R M Heath M0VXMEMT3 OFOCEAH 8TEAMKB8 f to* TBI VMITBB ITtTfl If Bm4. Iissii For Day. Petals New York....LlTerpool,..Aug. 0 CityofHalt... Philadelphia. Liverpool...Aug. 7 Washington.. New York....Bremen ....Aug, 9 Alpe ....-New York....Liverpool.. Aug. 9 Arab's Loston Liverpool... Aug lj Atlantic New Vork....Liverpool...Aug 10 Oiasgow New York....Glasgow.. .Aug 10 Asia..... New York... .Liverpool,. .Aug JH) Arago New York....Havre Aug 23 viom bvbops Aaia Liverpool.... New York.July06 Arago Havre New York.July30 Kangarac Liverpool Phlladel'a. ^uly 30 Tt?e Caii Sraia s'eamers leave New York on the B.h tad 4tth of each monta. The Overland Mailt to India and China. Wa have often been asked for Information in re gard to the departure of the Malls from England to China The following may be Interesting to thoee who have correspondence with the East: The mails leav* Southampton en the 4th and ?0th of eaeh month, and arrive at Gibraltar about the ?th and 25th of same month; arrives at Malta about the 14th and 30th of same month: arrives at Alexandria about the 16th of sama and 4th of fol. lowing month Leaves Suez about the 20th or Slat of same and ?th or tth of following month; arrives at Aden ebeot the 3?:n or *6th of same and 10th or 12th of following inoath Leaves Aden about the 28th or 27th of same and day of arrival for Bombay, and Uth to 12th for China, Ac Indian Navy ateamer arrives at Bombay about the Id to Sth and 19th to 21st of following month. P. and O steamer arrives at Point de Ualle about th* Sth or 7th and ltd to 23d of following moath , leaves Point de Galie for Pulo Penang A?yi " tbesteamer has already arrivtd which take* the mall oa j arrives at Pulo Penang about the l?th or tfth andihth and 20th of follow. Bt tfln?apo'e about t'ue 13th k *f * ^l't oMst of following month; leaves Singapore about 12 hours after arrival; arrives at Hong Kong about the ?d or 24th and 8th or 10th of following monthi leaves next day for Shanghai Two mails leave England?one on the 6th and 20th of each month-vla MarsolUes, and arrive i A!exandrla about the same time as the Bouthamp. iOPARTNKK* HIP NOTICE. * 1HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED WITH roe In the wholesale and retail Grocer^ bust bom v*l W Burchell, ai.d It wll hereafter be ooido t*d under the name and st>ie of King ft Bar' tell 1 would aek for the Arm the continuation of the hladneaa of my firmer customers, both In trade aad lnfluecca _ (au 1) Z M P KING. PISTOLS. AND ALLEN'S REVOLVERS; V/ Slagle Barrel Pistol* of every size, quality, ^freu"l?n Cap-, Shot Pouches, Pow der rlaska. bun Wadding, Gun Nipples. Ham mere, Bcrews, Ram Kod Heads, t>un Worms, Waed Cnttera, Nlpplo Wrenches, Mala Sprlnga, and a good as^ment of Gnasmith^' materiala ,s..,a *? LUNDY, ly*"* No !?? Rrldga street. Gaorratown M W. HANKY PALMER'S ?k o lIiAN^ F?RTK CLASSES, Fir* Dollar $ Ptt Quarter. Apply at GEORGE HILBUS B M isle DepoU Pe?ttsy.vanla avwae mar u_tf TaeifAS W. ?* In the Clrenlt Court for Prl?oe r> Oforn?'? ?ej?tv Wiliiak D.lowr*. !?? ? CanTt and others.) Equity. THB OBJECT OF THIS BILL 19 Tf oMrtala cure* decree for the eontT*X5JL<| count' In tsrcs:?"tr^, <* *?? 8 tS8 Bfr.nt2^MthTt l?n\?d ... : " |_ ih( Stat* of Virginia, In ala Ufe?tfme pnrcb'a^l of Benjamin Oden and Sophia h!? w'fe 'ate of Prince G-orge'? county, certain p' , K?t*te lying and being on the little Kana wha River Ww?"d county, in tha State of Vir ginia containing two hundred and fifty acre*, at and for the cam of one thousand dollars. Tnat the said James Robinson paid the whole amount of said purchase money to the said Benlamln Oden and Sophia, his wife. But the said Benja min Oden ani Sophia, hla wife, both departed this llf* without having executed to the said Rob inson a daed of conveyance of said land, leaving the following heirs and legal representatives: W lillam D Bowie. Sr., the former nuaband, and Oden Bowie, William D. Bowie, Jr , Catharine Swann, and Christiana McKenzle, toe wife of Colen McKenzle. the children of Eliza, a de ceased daughter of the said Benjamin and Sophia, Eleanor West, wife of Arthur P. West, and Maria Jackson, both daughters of the aald Benjamin and Sophia, Richard O. Mulllkln, Mary B- Cla gett, wife of Charles Clagett, Sophia O. Calvert, wife of Washington Calvert, Margaret Allies shoultze. wife of Francis S. Shoultze,and Eliza beth Mallikta, the onlv children of a deceased daughter, Sophia Mulllkln, Thomas II Clagett, the former husband, ?nd Henry O Clagett, Wil liam Bowie Clagett. Thomas Clazttt and Julia Clagett, the only children of Christiana, who ia also a deceased daughter of the said Benjamin and SoDhia. That the said James Robinson also departed this life sometime In the year eighteen hundred and fifty, eaving the following heirs and legal iepre?entatlves: Thomas W. Robin son, Alfred Robinson James M. Robinson, Sarah Ann Morehead, wife of Samuel Morehead, Prls cilla Robinson, Sophia Stagg, wife of Edward D. Stsgg, Peter T Hanarman, Sarah A. Trlplett, Frauklln Trlplett and Jamea Robinton. who are desirous to procure a valid title to said land That the said Eleanor West.Thomas H Clagett, Henry O Clagett, William Bowie Clagett, Thos. Clagett, Ju la Clagett, Francis S. Shoultze and Margaret Alice, his wife, reside out of the State of Maryland, and that the said Elizabeth Mulll kln, Thomas Clagett and Juila Clagett are in fants, under the atje of twenty-ore years. Prayer for a decree appointing a Trustee to make a con veyance of said land, and cider of publication against the non residents, and fur the apoolnt ment of a commissioner to assign a guardian to said infant defendants to anawer said bill of com plaints. It la thereupon adjudged and ordered that the comp alnant oy causing a oopy of this order to be Inserted In tome newspaper published at Wash ington city, once a week for four suocesslve months, before the 1st day of November next, give notice to the said absent defendants of the object and substance of this bill and warn th*m to appear in this Court, in person er by solicitor, en or before the first Monday of November neit, to answer the premises ana show cause. If any thev have, why a decree ought not to peas as prayed. CH\S S. MIDDLETON, Clerk of the C C for Prince George's County. A true copy?Test: je27-F4m CHAS. S^IIDDLETON, Clerk. NEWTON'S HOTEL, ALEXANDRIA. VA. THE PROPRIETOR BEGS LEAVE TO IN form his fri-nds and the thit ^ this house has just been thoroughly renova ted and greatly Improved ; ana Is now un- "? surpassed by a. y similar establishment in the country either for elegance orsubstantlal comfort. The Bedding and Furniture, grnerallv, are new throughout, and of the be?tkind Baths, also, have been added and wiil be lu readiness. To these greatly improved means of administering to the com'ort' and accommodation of his guest he will a ways add his own unremitting exe.tions, and those of the beet Assistants and Servants that can be had His House offers inducements not found else where to travellers visiting the Virginia Spring ; as you e n enjoy a comfortable night's rest with out the uncomfortably early start required either from Washington or Baltimore. Travelle s com ing to this house are cautioned against contracting with any one connected with ?* Whaley's Omni bus Line," either at the Decotln Washington, or Baltimore, or on brard the I* tea robots. as they are In no wav connected with Newton's Hotel. My own Omnibuses and those of " Hngh Latham'' will always be In readiness at the landlrgs with attentive portTS and careful drivers, to convey passangersand baggage to the Hotel Jy 17-eolm ALBERT. G. NEWTON. FOR THE VIRGINIA SPRINGS. Good flight's rest '?break-fast next morning before taking the Omnibus for the Cart! ? all of which, travelers may obtain at the Marshall House. Alexandria, Va MY OMN1BUSSE* IN CONNECTION with WM WHALEY'S old and es tabllsh d line are always in attend tn e at flfn# the Steamboats to convey passengers to the*4ii& MARSHALL HOUSE. Persons visiting VIRGINIA SPRINGS,orgo ing South or Went, in consideration of the proxi mity of this House to the Railroad Depot will find It much more to their advantage and comfort to spe-d the night in Alexandria than in Balti more or Washington with ae ?ommodations equal to the best Northern Houses, and without having to rise before six o'clock in order to get breakfast before taking tbe cars. E.S. PLUMMER, Proprietor. Jy31-eo*w Marshall House. WASHINGTON COUNTY, D. C. ?IN the Orphans' Court, July 12, A D. 185*1. WiTllan L. Belt, guardian of Harvey C Belt ana Thomss B Belt, minor children ana heirs at law of Thomas J. Belt, deceased : Ordered, That the sale made and reported by William J. Martin, Trustee for the ?ale of Thomas J. Belt, dee?ts?d, mentioned in said proceedings, hi ratified ard cnllrmed, unless cause to tie contrary be shown on or b?for* the 12th day of September, A D. 1358: Provided, a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper inted la the county of Washington. D C , once n each jf three surrss?i*e weeks before the 12th dav of Augustncxt. The report nates the amount of sales to he f 2,341.30 WILLIAM F PURCELL. Trie copy?Test: Jytt-ThSff ED J?. ROACH, Reg Wllls^ PHOSALS WILL BK RBCKIVED UN tli the 15th Instant, by the superintendent of the Treasury building for the supply.for tr-enseof tbat building, of fr m 150 to #>0 corns of Hickory and a like quantity of Oak Wood, or anv portion thereof not less than 50 mrds ; ana of from 150 to 200 tons of Cumberland C"al Rig&t re-erv, d to reject all bids not satlsfact ry. au2-ro3t COFFINS?COFFINS. Mm WHITE, SOLE AGENT OF FISK'S ? AIR TIGHT METALLIC COFFINS for ttecltyof Wash-j Ingtoii, begs leave to inform the p lolic th it he has now on hand a large supply of all sizes and near the shape of wooden coffin?, and that they can be told as low as Wood Coffins. No 457 Pa avenue, near 3d street. jyUeolm? FRENCH AND ENGLISH FE*1 ALESEM INARY FOR BOARDING PFPILS. BY M A. TY!4ON A SISTERS. This seminary is situated at aln. wick, midway on the Baltimore and Wash ington railroad and Turnpike. The Fall term will commence on Monday, 1st of September, at which time the pupils are de sired to be in attendance. lncre-^ed facilities are afforded for the acquisi tion of Music and French, whilst the English branches receive that Instruction necessary for a through education Everv accommodation and eomfort are afforded for a large number of pupils. For further particulars circulars may be had at the principal Bookstore*, and at Dr. Ty-on's Drug store, oorner of lOthand 1 street*, Washing ton Jy fiQ-eotSepl TAKE NOTICE. ? OU R SINCERE A thanks are hereby tendered to each of our customers who have so promptly liquidated their bills which followed our notice of lost month. Those whose accounts still remain unpaid are respectfully urged at once to cloee them up, as after the 10th of next month we shall pla-eall unpaid accounts Into the hands of our collector. CLAGETT, DODSON A CO. Jy SL-eotlOAtg KEDZIE'S RAIN WATER FILTER* THE MOST IMPURE RAIN WATER, riser or lake water, Is by this Filter mads pure,clear as crystal, without tas e, oolororsmell. These t liters have been fullv tetted during fif teen years constant use in different parts of the country, acd have In all cases Riven the most per fect satisfaction. For sale at the House Furnish ing Wars Rooms of he subscr her. , *r.?> ,a l*rge and general assortment of F U RN - ITURE acd HOUSEKEEPING GOODS. * N M. MCGREGOR, Jy tt-8jsw3w No. 530, 7th street. dental surgery. 1)^ fcWILLlAM ^ FRANKLIN HAVING U taken rooms at No. 448 Pennsyl vania avenue, will be h; opy to servej all who may stand In neeu or the ser-^ Vteeesfs Dentist. Hi? prices will b* moderate and all werk warranted j? S-SSS BftRNAKD OILLE; AN HISTORJCAL, embracing the periods of the Tex as Revolution and the Mexican War, by the Hon Jen mlah Clemena, of Alabama; price one dollar Jy fit FRANCK TAYLOR. Recollections of a zouave Be fore Bebestopol, translated from tha French. . De Bow's Review for August aa t FRANK TAYLOR. r, Information for Traveler#. T EXCURSION BOiTI rcn. THE WHITE HOUSE PAVILION. HB STEAMERS THOS. COLLYF.R OR GEORGE WASHINGTON - h cai be rbartered for public or Rf-ttkoblfih lee *rtle* to the White House Pavilion, Fort W hlngton, Meant Vernon or any place on the P? saae River. I r farther particulars apply to the Captains of thi .loati er to the Praeldent ef the Company. I 17-tf WAIH1NBTUN BRANCH RAILROAD.' CHAN?K OP HOURS.?On and after Ktt day, the 33d Instant, the Tnlai will Leave Waahlagtca at Hands# a. u4 S and \K p. m. On Sunday at 4 W b. n. Leave Baltimore it 4if and tjf a. and t aM SX On Sunday at a. m. a?S3-tr V ?. PARSONS, ACMlt. ?RAHGE ft ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. giiwiia Great Southern Mail Line! T* ? twick daily "?* (SUNDAY NIGHTS EXCEPTED) Between IVaskingtoi City and tbe boatb! VIA: ALEXANDRIA, SORDONSVILLE, AND RICHMOND. Leave Washington at 6 a. m. aad 7 p.a. Fare from Washington to Rlehmond..???*.85 M OidNIBUSEB and BAGGAGE WAGONS will be at the Washington Railroad Depot to con vey PASSENGERS and BAGGAGE, Frt* tl C*?rg?, to STEAMER GHOUGE _ JT?k PAGE.for ALEXANDRIA.s dls.. lance of tlx miles, allowing am pie ti me foT Tickets procured on the t?oat.. Expedition and Comfort are secured by thi* Route,asltlsaconTiNeo?s likioi first class RAILBOAB IftOM ALEXANDRIA TO RICH* MOND. THROUGH PASSENGER 8 and BAGSAGt carried without cost to the Depot of the Petersburg Railroad. Information of Route and Lost Baggage ob tained of JAME8 A. EVANS, ^ Agent. Aleiandrla. Va. FOR HARPER1} FERRY* Via Cktsaptakt t Ohio C*nal. THROUGH IN TWELVE HOURS f The New and splendid packet boat ARGO, Capt. On as H. Mxriiu, will commence making Regular Trips betwoer GEORGE I OWN and th?above Point, on Mon day, March 27th, 19r>6. The Boat will leave the wharf of W. H. A H. G Rltter, Georgetown, D. C.,e?ery Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday morning, at 6 o'clock. Returning, she will leavo Harper's Ferry every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, at o'clock. Through Tickets, 82.93. To Ltttburg 81 including the Stagi from Edward*' Fe-ry Families intending to vlxitthe VirglniaSprlngs thecoming season will fl irt this by far the mint safe, pleasant, and cheapest route to Kerkelev Capon, Shanondale, Whits Sulphur and Warren. Meals served on board at m<>derate rates A coach will always be in rtadlness in George town to convey passengers to and from the Boat For further particulars inquire at the store of W. H. A H. G. RITTKR, Georgetown, and 0. W. CUTSIIAW, Harper's Ferry, Va. mar 19?tf_ THE HEW YOEK AND LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES MAIL STEA91ERI. HE SHIPS COMPRISING THIS LINH are the ATLANTIC Capt. Eldrldge. BALTIC ..Capt. Comstoek ADR 1ATIC Capt. Jas. Weal Tb'-se .rhlps having been ballt by contract ex pressly for Government service, every care has been taken in their construction, as also In their engines, to insun strength and speed; and their accommodations for passengers are unequaled for elegance and comfort Price of passage from New Vork to Liverpool In irst cabin, 8130; In ?<?cond do., 875. From Liverpool to New York, 30 and 20 guineas An experienced surgeon attached to each ?hip. No berths can be secured until paid for. The ships of this line ha*e Improved water-tight bulk heads, and to avoid danger from ice wilinot cross the Banks north of 42 decrees, until after the 1st of August. PIOPOSSD DATES OF SAILIR*. From Ntw York. From Livtrpool. 1*50 135ft. Saturday Apr. 34 Wednesday....May 14 Saturday May 10 Wednmday....May 2? Saturday .......May 34 Wednesday.... June 11 Saturday ..June 7 Wednesday....June 2> Saturday*... ...June 21 Wednesday ....July 9 Saturday .......July 5 Wednesday ....July 2"J Saturday July 18 Wednesday Aug. ? Saturday Aug. 2 Wednesday....Aug. *0 Saturday Aug 18 Wednesday....Sept. 3 Saturday Aug. 30 Wednesday....Sept, 17 Saturday Sept. 13 Wednesday ....Oct. 1 Saturday S^pt 27 Wednesday ....Oct, 15 Saturday Oct 11 Wednesday ....Oct 29 Saturday Oct 95 Wednesday....Nov. 12 Saturday Nov. 8 Wednesday....Nov. 2? Saturday Nov. 22 Wednesday....Dec. 1(1 Saturday Dec. 6 Wednesday ....Dec 2? Saturday Dec. For freight or passage apply to EDWARD K. COLLINS A CO., #6 Wall street. New York. BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO , Liverpool. STEPHEN KENNARD A CO., fr Aastti Friars, London B G. WAIN WRIGHT A CO., Parts. The owners of these ships will not be account able for gold, silver, bullion, specie,Jewelry, pre cious stones, or metals, unless bills of lading are signed tnerefor, and tlie value thereof expressed therein. m 1-tr BY RAILROAD DIRECT TO THE WEST i?Mgaie Tims ietwesn Washington and Wheeling but 171 hours ! Running Time betwoen Washington and Cincinnati 27 hours!! THK0U6H TICKETS ASK BASGA6K CUBCI8 TO ?? had is wtabhiwsion. THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAIL ROAD having greatly Improved its Western connections, now offers tlie fullest ludu -omenta to Travelers between WASHINGTON, BALTI MORE, and a<i jtortlona of the WEST. NORTH WEST, and the SOUTH WEST. Ti e onne tion bstweent.e Trains from Wash ington and tne Trains bound West from Baltl more is always ^rom .t v made at tlie Washington Jun tion flate'y ca'ed the Relay House) 9 mi'es from Baltimore. This is the ony change of cart required between Washington and the O^lo river Baggag? is <-be ked through to Wheeling at the Washington Station, and re he ked and trans ferred there, (with ttie assengers) without charge, for those holding Through Tl kets for ? olnts be yond Tne onne ting trains leave Washington dal y at 6 a m and4)f ?. in On Sundays at the later uour on'y. At BEN WOOD, 4 mllosfrom Wheeling. Aired conn' tion is made with the trains of CENTRAL OHIO RAILROAD, running from Be lair, on the Ohio, through Cambridge, Zaaesville, Newark, to COLUMBUh. These trains coanact at Newark with the care of theNewark, Mansfled and Sandusky Ral road for .-'andusky, Toledo, Detroit, Chl -ago. f*t. Louis, etc. At COLUMBU.-i the C O. Railroad trains con ne t with the fr^t trains of the Little Miami Itiil road to Xenla, Cincinnati, Loulsvll e, etc. At XENIA (on Lltt o Miami Rul:road)connection is formed with the trains through Dayton, to Indian auolls. Terre Haute. Lafayette, Cui ago, Rock Is and, f-t. Louis, Carlo, et: Passen^rs ho ding Through Tickets for Memphis, Hek%kur?, Natchez, Neio Orleans, eU.t which are also sold at Washington?are trans ferred at Cincinnati, to the Mai. steamers en the Ohio. Tickets for Evansvi.le, Carlo, and rit. Louis are sold by the river route |?7* For CLEVELAND, acdvla C eve and to To edo, Detroit, Chl'-ago, etc , tickets are sold, when the Ohio is navigab.e between Wheeing and Wellsvlile (forty mi:es) where a connection with the C;eve?nd and Pittsburg Railroad Is made. Travelers are requested to notice that whl'e this is the only route affording Through Tickets and Cheoks in Washington, it is also the snortest, most speedy, and dire t to near y a t the leadlns points in the great vyest. The distance from Washington to Cincinnati is but 053 mi es, being about 100 miles shorter than by any other route! FARi:, DY THROUGH TICKET, FROM WASHI^nTiiVTo Wheeling, 8t 50; Colum bus. 813 65; Dayton. 815 50; Cinc innati, 8l? 00; Loulsvlue, by rai road, 818 65, by steamer from Cincinnati, 818 00; Indiana-e Is, 817 50; Cleve land, 812 50; To edo, 815 80; De'reit, 815 20:

Chicago, 820 65and 812 50; St Louis, 828 50 and 825; Memuhls, 826; New Or eans, 8SI, etc . 1T7-FOR FREDERICK AND HARPER'S FERRY, MARTINSBURG. CUMBERLAND, BERKLEY SPRINGS, BKDfORD8PR1NGS. PIEDMONT, OAKLAND, and FAIRMONT, passenger* may leave Wasnlngton at ( a. m or 4} p. m. For the minor way stations between Baltimore and Wheeling, take 6 a. m. train from Washington. irr For trains to and from 8 a'ti more, Annap oils, etc , see special advertisements. ICT Per farther Information, Through Tickets, etc.. apply to THOMAS H. PARSONS, Agent, at Washington Station. WM. 8 WOOD8IDE, Master of Transportation, march 1?tf b. 4 o. Railroad, Baltimore, Carter's Spanish liixtnr# THB ORE4T PURIFIER OFTHB BLOOD BEST ALTERATIVE KNOWN' hot a riiTicLi or Mnacrar m it.!' An infallible remedy *?? R^rofuU, Kind's EvC. Rheumatism, Obstinate Cutaneous KruptlonB, Pimple* or rostnW on the Fa.c?u Poili, Ague and Fere*, Chronic Sore Kyes, Rlnrwotra or Tetter, Seald Feald. Enlarge racnt and pels of the Bones and Joints, Bait Rheum. Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic DisArders. and all diseases arising from an Injudicious aae of Mercury, Imprudence la Lift, or Imparity of the Blood. THIS great remedy, which kai became ao rap Idly and ao Justly celebrated far Ita extraordi nary effi^ar v in relieving and earing ntaay most obstinate and terrible forms ef dl*e?ee wltb which mankind Is afltoM. t* n#w ofcred to th? public, with the confident assurancethat no Mao ical discovibv ever made hat been so eminently ?uooessfnl In curing Scao r itl a .and all d isbasbi or Til Blood,as CARTBR'SSPANISH MIX TURE. _ The proprietors are recelrlng br every mail most flattering and astonishing details of cures made in all parts of the country, and In moot eases where the skill of the beat Physicians had been rled in rain. . ... Its power oyeT the Blood Is truly remarkable and all diseases arising from Impurity of the greet gufoi Li? share been rellered and cured with out a single failure, out of the thousands who have used It. Carter's Bpanish Mixture contains no Mercury, Opium, Arserle, or any dangerou* drugs, but is composed of Roots and Herb*, com bined with other Ingredients of known virtue, and may be glren to the youngest Infant or most de bilitated Invalid, without the least possible hesi tation. . . We hare only room for short eitracts frem tne rolumes cf testimony In our possession, and all from gentlemen of the highest respectability, well known la their rarious localities Please read fo yoursclvss. We take great pleasure in calling the atteatlea of our readers to the merits of Csrter ? 8pan 1st Mixture as a remedy for diseases of the blood. It eniovs a reputation In this city unequalled by an\ other preparation.?Det^y Ditptttk, R*ckm*n* ^The Hon John M. Botts.of Vi.,saysheeonsld ers it a matter of duty to add his testimony to the rlrtues of Garter's Spanish Mixture, r bom act sal fbbson At ossbbvation of lis remarkable cuia tire powers for the dlse&sos in which it is used. We hare been oured of a rloleat and protracted Llrer disease by Carter's Spanish Mixture. We know it to be all it professes.?Bdifr Soutkttdt Dimocrat, PtUrtburg, Fa. We hare found from personal trial, that Car ter:s Bpah'.sh Mixture is a truly valuable medi cine? Mi- Vtrgmntt I?i?9tnd*nt, Ft. GREAT CUKE OF SC RO FULA.?A pre** in our employ was cured of Scrofula of a rlr? alent character by a few bottlwe of Carter's Span ish Mixture, after ererythlng else had faMed. Oth er cures which hare corns under our own obserra tiod, prores to us concluslrely, that is really a trai nable medicinal agent. We take great pleasure in calling the attention of the affileted to Its mer its ?Richmond Ruub'urstt. SYPHILIS.?\ hare seen a number of cures <* Syphilis performed by Carter's Spanish Mixture I Wliere it to he a pcrisct antidote for that horr^ bledlwrnse. K BURTON, Cost, cf Revenue to: cltv of Richmond LITER DISEASE ? StmuelM. Drinker, 01 the f rm of Brisker * Morris, BookaeUers, Rich mond, Va., v?ts cared of Llrer dls-^ase cf sereral years ste'idixg by only three bottles of Carter'! Spanish Jdixturfl. OLD SOKES, WLCBXS AND OBSTINATB ERUPTIONS ON THE SKIN ? See the cur< cf Mr. Harwoad, asd others, detailed la our Al manec The n-iirber of such cases cured by Cer ters Spanish Mixture, precludes the possibility of inserting them In an adrtfrtldemeot. BFFECTS OF MERCURY.?Be* toe cut e! Mr. Elmcre He was eaten up with Mercury and could obtain no relief, until he took six bottles oi Carter's Spanish Mixture, which perfectly restore** him to health and rigor. NEVRALOIA ? Mr. F Boydea, forrr-rly t the Astor Houre, N. Y.,but more recently propri etor of the Exchange Hotel, Richmond, was cured ot Neuralgia by Carter's Spanish Mixture. Since that time, he says he hes seen It cure more thin a hundred cases of the disease In which It is used He never falls to recommend It to the afllcted. RHEUMATISM?Mr. John F. Harrlsoi, Druggist, of Martlnsburg, Va., writes of tne s'a gular cure of a rlolent case of Rheumatism. Tfce patient could sot walk. A few bottles entirely cared him. SCROFULA ? Kr. Harr! so a also writes of ? great cure of Scrofula, In the person ef a yocnr lady, (of three years sl&ndin?,) which all the doc tors could aot reach. Six bottle? malt* a cure o/ her. SYPHILIS ?Dr. K. T. Hendle, of Washing ton. DC, who cured an obstinate case of Syphi lis oy Carter's Spanish Mixture, says "it acts spe cially on the Blood, Liver and Skin andisprompt and efficient in its results." Dr. John Mlnge, formerly of the City Hotel, Richmond, now of Alabama. *sys he has sees Carter's Spanish Mixture i?d ministerial In a ucm ber of ens-?* with astonishingly good effect, lie recommends it as ''the most efficient alterative It use." SALT RHBUM AND 8CR0FULA? Mr Jos. Robinson of Wooster. Ohio, was cured o' Scrofula and Salt Rheum of three yenrs standing by only three bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture %VM. S. BEERS A CO., Proprietors, No. 304 Broadway, New York. Price 91 per bottle, or six bottle* for S6. For sale*" CHAS. STOTT, Washington, D O., and Brugalsts general!r eefl?1? THE IKKATL87 MEDICAL DISCOVERY OF THE AGE. Dr. kENNEDT.oI Rsxbnry, Has discovered in one of oar common pastsxs wards a remedy that cuijs EfERY KIND OF HUMOR; VXSM TBI WOBST SCBOSBLA DOWN TO A COM MON PIMPLB. He has tried it in over eleven hundred cases, and never failed except in two caeed, (both thunder humor ) He has now In his Kssesxlon over two hundred (v: ..ncates of its vLr 9, all within twenty miles of Boston. Two bottiee are war -anted to cure a nursing Mrs mouth. One to three bottles will ours the worst kind ef pimples on the face Two to three bottles will clear the system ef bilos. Two bet tics z.n warranted to earn the won ?anker in the mouth and stomach. Three to Are bottles are warranted t? euro th? worst cav- of Erysipelas. One to two bottles are warranted te tart all humor In the eves. Two bottler Hie Warranted to cure running of the ears and blctchcs a icon,'; the hair. Four to blx bottles are warranted to eve eerrapt tad running ulcers One bottle will cure scaly eruption cf the skia. Two to three bottler are warnmted to cure tha Worst case of ringworm. Two to three bottles are warranted t* care the ??st desperate case of rhoumatiam. Three to four bottles arc warranted te erre tha gait rheum. Fire to eight bottles trill sare the worst eases ef scrofula. A benslt la always expefie/.aed from the lr?i bottle, and a perfect cure is warranted when tha tbore quantity Is taken Reader, I periled over a thousand bottles ot this in the vicinity of Boston, i know the effect of It in every casu So sure as water will extin guish fre, so sure will this cure humor. I nerei soldabotLe of It but that sold another; after a trial it always speaks for Itself. There are twa things a'osnt this herb that appears to me surpris ing; flmt that it rr.-owj Inorn pastures. In soaie Slice* 'Ke.\u pleutiful. and yet Its value has never wi kAtvn until I d?scoveied It In 1513?second, liiit it uhiold cure all kinds of humor. In eiicr lari?? mms idea of the sudden rtsa and graM pr * ainrlty ef the discovers, I will state that la April, lbi3. I peddled it, and sold about? bottles per day?lu April, ie44,1 sold over 1.00C bottles per day of it. S-wae of the wholesale Druggists whe havabeen la business twenty and thirty years, say that no thing In t*e annals of patent medicines was ere> like It. There la a unlrersal praise of it from all quarters. In my own practice I always kept it stxlcUv foi humors?but since its Introduction as # genera family medicine, great and wonderful rirtuer hare been found In it that 1 nercr suspected Several cases of epileptic fits?a disease whlok was always considered Incurable, hare been cured I bZ a 'ew oottles. O, what a mercy if It will prore effectual in all cases of that awful malady?thert are but few who hare seen more of It tnan 1 have 1 know of sereral cases of Dropsy, all of then: Sed people cured by It For the rarious diseases the Llrer, Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, Asthma I Fever and Ague, Pain In the Side, Diseases of the Spine, and particularly In diseases ef the Kid neys, Ac., the discovery has done mere good thar any medlolneerer known. No change of diet ever necessary?eat the bes? you can get and enough of It. Dirtettons for Uu.?Adults one table spoonful Cir day?Children over ten years dessert spoon 1?Children from five to eight years, tea spoon ful. As no directions oan be applicable to all eon stltutlons, take sufficient to operate on the bowels twice a day. MANWACTvaBD by uonald KKRREOT, N?. 120 Warr?? ttrnt. Rozburf, M*??. Pnicn, Osi Dollar. Wholesale Agents?New York City, C. V CLICKNER, bl Barclay street: C. H. RIN9, lfS Broadway; A. B. AD. SANDS, 109 Fultoa street. Philadelphia, T. W. DYOTT A SONB Baltimore, BROWN A BROTHER. CANBY A HATCH. Alexandria, PEEL A STEVENS. At Retell by all respectable Druggists In the Waited States and British Prorlaqaa, and alee by leDrsgflsts of this City. eat W-lj PRIVATR MEDICAL TKKATIIB PHILOSOPHICAL?Yliw OF MARBIA6* - ?' IA CROIX, m. 9 . | ALBANY, N Y., 450 P?ff?? ?A 13^ Fhm. Plmm.mnd Ciltrti Lit% egrmpk, mmd Pirnu*. Pxioa obit Twihtt-Piti Ciiti. Seat Free of Postage to all parts mt the Vale* f^HBAPBST BOOK HVBR PUBLISHED? vy and containing nearly double the quantity of read ing matter In that of the FIFTY CENT ORDOL LAR PUBLICATIONS. It treataon the PHYSIOL OGY OP MARR1AOE, and the Secret Infirmities, and Disorder of Youth and Maturity, resulting from ex ceases, which d**troy the physical and meatal pow ers, with Observations on ____ Marriage, it* duties and disqualifications, and th*ir remedies: with Lithograpna, Illustrating the Antttorud Physiology.and Dlseaiwsof theRe productfve Organs of both sexte. their structure, Ew*,end functions. A popular and comprehen sive Treatise on the Du'les and Cansalttes of sin gle and married llfc?bappv and fruitful alllaaeea, mode of securing them? nfalleltoua and lafertUe ?*>???their obviatloa and removal ?important tints to those contemplating matrimony, that will overcome objections to it; none, however, should take this lir portant step without first consulting Its pages?commentaries on the diseases and medical treatment of females from infancy to old are, ? case graphically Illustrated by beautiful Uthogra. Ehlc plates?nervous debility, Its caases and sui<\ y a process at once so simple, safr, and effectual that failure Is impossible?rules fcr dally iranage ment?an essay on Spormatorrhma. with practical observations on the safer and more sucaMsrul mode of treatment?precaut'onarv bints on the evils re sulting from empirical practice?an eaeayon all disease* arising from indiscretion, with ph^n and simple rules by which all persons oan cure them selves without mercury?remedle* for those self Inflicted miseries and disappointed hor i so un fortunately prevalent In the young. It Is a truth M adviser to the married and those oontemp marriage: Its perusal Is particularly reconJn^. ed to persons entertaining secret doubts of their paysical condition, and who are conscious of hav ing hazarded the health, happiness, and privilege* to which every human being Is entitled: r.Prl"T1W?T'FIVK CENTS per copy, e Five Copies for One Dollar. Mailed, free of noet age, to all parts of the Baited State* Those who prefer may oonsult Dr. LA -rROIX upon any of the diseases upon which thh book treats, either personally or by mall. Medl cine sent to any part af the Cfnlnn according to di rections, safely packed and carefully secured froc all observation Address Dr. M B LA CROIX, No. 31 Maldet Lane, or Post ORce Box 570 Albany, N. Y. E7* ORce open dally from tamtctia. aae iSur.dav from 3 uatil jp. m. ^EM(>XKD tnm No M Beaver si U 31 Lim, Albmnf, JV??s T?rk. ?0l I y D 0 C T 0 R HOOFLAHD CELEBR VTKD GERMAN BITTERS PI1FA an BV Dr C. M. JACKSON Philadelphia, Pa., will irricTCiiLT eras LIVER COMPRINT. DYSPEPSIA, IAUNDICK. CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DB S' bllltv. Disease* of the Kidneys. and all Dis ease* arising from a Disordered Liver or stomtch j The pr p/letcr, In calling the attention of the public to tils preparation, does so with a feeling of tbe utmost confidence in its virtues and adap'a tlon to the al^ir* for which it Is rrcsir.nrnard It is no new and untried article, bu*. one that has stood the test o' a t^n years' trial before ?he American p-ople, and its reputation and sale is uc rival ltd by rny similar preparations extant The testimony In its favor glvm by the most prom inent atd well known physh?Ian? and Individuals in all parts of the country Is Immerse, and s care ful perusal of the A manee. published annually by the proprietor, a~d to be hid gratis of any ?. his agents, cannot but sa'isfv tbe most skeptical that fVt '? ranntfiltr l? ^ i it. r - -w*~ ? '01 ? ??rL'UCRi ?"?< ?>? RRADTHE FOLLOWING: ? ~ M?ss/!?Towa, Va , Aug :?t 4,195*. Dr C. M. Jacason?Dear Mj:?The kales of the Bitters ar?? Increasing, and what speaks vol umes Jn tVeir favor Nth* tall who bavr used them 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 insure you It affords me pleasure to Mil sueh a remedy Our physicians no longer scnwl at it, hut are com pelhd to i 'krrwledg. its ,'ntrins.c va:te,and ibe greater pa ? of th^m have bad n ngnar.lmlty suf ne'ent o lay aflde tLelr prejudices nrd mtscrlbe It In their practice. Respertfuliv <ours, P. M. CllALFANT. For sal?? by storekeepers and druggists In everv town and village In the United State*. Price 75 cents psr bottle. ANUW*KhlD&t0D>an<1 JOHN KlUWELL, Georgetown, Agea's. je 7-?m ? 1 RNIl'g Improved Sewing Machines. Io which was granted the Higheit Award of ? thereby receiving the World ? Verdict of Superiority. *pHE IMPROVEMENTS IN TBIS MA ch ne has slmpUhed them In many respects. / Yv c*P,a, j executing twice the amouni of work they did foj.aerly In any given time They are without quest.on the only Machines ea Z?* ^rtety of goods perfect; a shirt bosrm or heavy trace for harness can be ?!wn ^hese machine* by a simple change of needle and thread In such a manner that tee closest scrutiny cannot detect a fault om'l'r oMt" "d fa,LTe rr'act!r?* with guages attached, for H?ivOt'ii*fcfro,,t8> **lter?, Ac. ?tc" COT"t"u? ?M 8'NGER a CO., lCrf Baltimore street, Baltimore. ?i"~^5 are PreP2re<I to exr Lange these ma chines for old machines of any kind Term* hi, eral Prrson;who have l.een Wuid JpurelliSe Inferior machine- under the pretext of being chrap, wlll find this a benefit indeed. g 'faUMt MENT.-I have " this day received a large assrrt ment of I adies' and Gentlemen's Iron and Wood. frame Trunks jf also, Bonnet Box es, Hat Caaes, Carpet Bags, of J new style Gaiters, all rolort: and black, brocxe, and colored Gaiters, with ana "91 Misses', Cllldren's. and In wi. ' . fv *- *? ents. Boys, and ^ out bs I au?nt Leather and French Calf Boots and Shoes from SI to S3. Call and examine my stock befort purchtslng ?- P- HOOVt R, Iron Ball, 13-tf "i? BV., bet'n ?th and 10!h sts. 1M. MliEflS. BUY AND SELL F0BKI0H A1TD DOMESTIC EZCHAR6B; FURNISH DRAFTS Gn til Parti of United States and lurope. COLLECT DRAFTS On all parte of United Stataa and Xarops; DRAW BILLS ON IRELAND FOR ?1 OR UPWARDS; BUI AND SELL BONDS, STOCKS, A OTHtU SECURITIES NEGOTIATE TIME PAPER, la vestment paying 10 V and aver, far 8*1*. LARD W A~E S AITI. \Ve are at all times Purchaalag, and have fei u ei ii' ^ ^ AR RAN TS of all acnomlnations Land Wsrranta lecated in Iowa, Wleconaln oi n BKOTHtK8, Ja*?-tf Bankers, opposite the Treasnry TUST flECKlVCU ^ Scotch UerrlLgs Presh Peaches and Apricots Prune Cordial Levy's celebrated Bitters ISSottu Freeh Teaa, for sale by JJRSftKv Madras, and ilmmer srtl?l J^r? 8.AND T1KS ~AU lu ""^fthest ?ruoies wU^ please give us a call, and examine out assortment. Prices low for cash. ? ? ? GEO H B WHITE ft CO, ^uml*Wng 8tore, S39, Pa. bet 9th tad 10th streets/ Jy 1? UAUCLAY S NSW DICTIONARY, oen L* talning am spltoroe of iRstory. Biography, aa4 the uaefcl Saia^caa. FERGUSON^ !?*?- Sot to Lanmond, 4807th st. AYERS PILLS Anew and sinbularly success fui rrawdr for the car* of ?u Ultow dla eaaea?Coatlveneaa. Indigestion, Jaundice, Drap 3', Rheumatism. F'evers. Cout, Ner?oran?as, umour*. Irritability, In flam matt una. Head?'-bo, Pains, in the Breast, Side, Back an* Limb*, I* emale Complaint*, Ae . Ac. 1 ,vwy ft-w are tbe dtaeaaea wh'ch a poruatlv? m4t? of to not raorr or less required, and much iktki?M and suffering might he prevented If a harmless hat effectual Cathartic were more freelv uted No person can feel well while a coatlve habit of body prevails; besides It aoon generates aeriona aad often fatal diseases, whtcn mirht hare been avoided by the timely and jodicows uae of a Rood purgative Thta In alike true of Colds. Fewriah symptoms. aad Bilious derange moots They all tend to become or produce the oe? p aratt d ard formidable distemper* which load the bsarses all ever tb? land. Hence a reliable f?mlH physic la ?f the Irst imp* tance to tbe public health, ard this Pill has been perfected wltfc consummate ?hill to meet that demand. An extetwdve trial of Ita virtue* be Physicians, Professors. and P?. tlents, has shown result* surpassing any thli s hitherto k. own of any medicine Ceres brve beenefected beyond belief, were they rat sub stantlated by pernor of such exalted potions and character as to forbid the suspicion of nr.. truth Among the eminent rer.tiemen u be have teatl ?M In favor of thfie Plus, iray n.^ntion: Doct A. A HAYES, Analytical CLfmUt of Bfsloa. ind Suui Aaaaver cf JKasaachu setts, whose high Professional character Is endorsed bv !te w "^'ARD 8~.t-.fO.. Ilif uf D WINT1ROP, Ex Speaker cf the House of Representatives Eng?andTT LA^**tNCE, Minister Plen., to fJOHNB F1T2PARICK Catholic Biskop I1*0 *>r i * CHILTON. Practical Chemist or New > orh City, endorsed bv ^ MARCY, lurdwysf 8ut| iVr?^rlcbe at men !n Arrtr!ct. ^11. u ^ JCc ' Proprietors of the Metro politan Hotel. and others I*1?*Pills, tbe resclt of ior.g and stndv, are offered to the public aa the beat andI Bmt complete which the present sisu- of medlca) science* an aflord Tk? y are c?? round d not of tfca druga themselves, hut of the n ed' virtuea only of Vegetable ren edits extracted by Chemical process In a state of purity. ard con/, bir.rd together in soch a manner as to Insure u ? best results. Tils system of con post Hoc for medlclres has been found In Cherry rrf-iuilaid Pllla both, to produce a v.ore eftclent remedy than had hitherto been obtained by ?nv p*ocesa The reason Is perfectly obvious Whl e by Le o d mode of composition, every medicine isbnr aened with more oriels acrimonious ar d lrl"-i ous quaMtiei , by this ^ach Individual vl.toe only * L* curat|?e effect Is preaei t. All the inert and otnoxfou* qualities of e*cLaub stanre employed are left bebtid. the curative virtuea cnlv Wing retained, benee It lr seif evi dent the effects should prove a* tL'y ha* err vfd more purely remedial, ar d the P-lb * more pow_' erful antidote o dheare tbad eny other mefleln* keown to the world They op- rate by tbetr powettul Influence on the Internal viacera 10 purl/y the blood ai d aumilate It Into healthy action?reli eve tbe oba:rt:ciicr s of he stomach, bowels, llv*rtaid < tfcer ,.n?r,- ?f trtor'rK tbelri-re^olaractlcntc bet tfc and by correcting, wherever they exM, such d? - ranjrements as are tbe first orielr of disease Prepared by Dr JAMEb C AY h ft P'acLccl and Analytical Chemist. I.rwell, Mant ^t.t.bo1 i boxes for f 1 fco:d by/_D OILMAN, Waahlngtoi, and ly aH respectable DruggtoU. apg-?m ALWATH MMKTUliru READ THIS, OLD AND YOVNfr! Prof. Wood's Hair Hestorative Tl/'ILL RKfTt'kK ?RAY HAIP. 11? OR I. \ K1"*1 color petmanenUv; mad' . vrtv up. on ba2 leads; remove all dandn.* or itchln : deetmy all diseases of tbe actin and f j(.. d o-.'o or twice a week re^larly. wty prevent -be trJ.r from tecomlre grrv rr fclltog, ?o an Itr aglrable a^e Rerdtbe foi owlnje testimonials, ard w? defy you tc donbt. (?ays the Waverly Mav>aire ) SDccess to the genius ? hose tonic v e rav Turns back to its color the Uau that was gray. SOMETHING WORTH ENOW1NQ Dr na.Dg Professor Wood's Hair Rertcrat ve srtr t hair can be pe^rmanenCy ustcred to l?fc cHelnci eclorTbe subjoir^d certfftate we. received ?k-**n f?ore' Me , ard la b one of the many 1rrtatc*8 that are dally ceo in ? to cur knowledge of lu *oi or-'ul effecta It no lorgerjroblemaUeal, Let a se^f evident truth ifarird* ?U* com,nua,ty C6? testify -B*t sMm a n ?aanwaa, Me. Jcne&l. lers ?i ? ? Bras?Dear Sir: 1 have used two lot Ueaof Prof Wood's Htir Restorative, end can trniy say it Is the greateat dlaccverv of the a tc for ctoiigl.* tb. B." uX.MZ ! . u seventy My ha'.r uv at talmd Ita original color. Yen can recr b irfi d It to the world wlthont the least fear, u m A." was one of the worat kind ' e Yourareopectfully, DAN'L N XCRPBY .. ? Ciiiiii, in., jbm^, I kavenaed Prof O J Weed's ha" Re*vn. tlve. and have admired Its wcrderftl eifcct Xr i* becoming, aa i ihcu^ht, pteaalure'y gray; but by the uae of the ? Restorative" it Its resumed Its original color, ard I have no docbi pe-nsanently so SIDNEY ERFFf>?. ' Ei Senator United States HAJR RJZSTORATIfF.?laturroltBci c day will be toucd Prcf \\ tcd'i edvertiatment ci' !be ahoaa article, to which wc call atte tii - vv hat It har doiie, we have wltneawd urcn ^ev-' eral ofcuracqualr.tascea In St Louis Hrlrcrce gray met ?,ryew, cr browr aa the ?Ie mlrht be, be!ag the cc^or of aerlv n anlccd ? at d aa tneand gloksyae ailk. trd that without arv other appI.catU.c :h?.n the Reatcrsitive If it hr * cpen others, will it net do tie remtfer anyof our readers wtoee -ftcsty prcw? ? w* I ??J*llk'the?' raven leeks" of I.otLiel's m vl'ke Chief if they will tn We thW.k sc i jl,k,c u ?UU CcaamaidoMi, Oct. 4, l^Si AUK* ****ffEST DISCOVERY Cf Th 5 m 7~ t-e^dem occurs thatwe notice und. r any circumstance^, patent medicines lives, or anything cf The klrd. for we ttvi- ^ J . Judiceagainst nost of them. Bjt cardot pels us to Invite attention to tbe advertise men' of Professor Wood's Hal, Restc:..^ "> "" too r?Ulr'11y'h,B'? of ,L* k?nd -bo: son e u** c< u*r ;o rur knoWedee which almost assures ra ttut it la a ?cver.?ia remedy against the hair becoming pren ature^v gray It la not a - Beir Dee," npen^f! plication, asdlreeifej, tbe -??c?fs pr<du>e<i wro:. theakia. *hlch I rlaga ct.i the ctiginal coicud hair, wtthout atlil>;e*. at<d fives It a i 'oesv n 4 v?*' "<? ri [???? Parker, undor Aot?l, tid all Lr: ccletv by S T C{~*> ^ A^i?V Pbllade!rTllt/j-VW8' 6{Ier>1f^ :? SP. M' OTWK'a BOOT, RHor t mi LISHMEN * F^TAB and La^h s*Rol? ("eau^ Wo,J'*- ? y'e; Carpet H: i<* of ill c7l'?(f^'?i A ** * got*ral asaortn e-nt i ,V'U ' ("IviMei *bce-?, all nf J![ a tiles. AH wlahlag to parrhhve- sry tlj}? *bove articles will fli.d It to their advan tage to examine my stock before pure^aa-re e s. - wnare Call at ? P HOOVftV Iron Ball Penn. kve , bet. Inh aLd lcth ' v_ atreeta BAJOU'R KIO AMD OTHEH bll'TKft. INO H 9MOOT, No lit HK IU?F. rTREET, J Georgetown, has received from !?: Rid Cloves fHuT Le' *"???-(',*d; genla. do do Jim (!'' Ihro?d* r^n?eDt* U *ilk a,<1 l-l 1- ^ Alk?, ? ?"?' ?te aescitmeat of b^chS SMl ties; Particular tttenUoc beina paid to leeninr a above kOods^nSl Tery br"1 11 akf* ?r tfce tintr a frorxi deperd cpon yrt oaf be^oagbnJl.^iiirBp "lhe MnrJt; <in?'Uy ml-tr ^ JOHN H kmo^ "~^IFE AND PL BLIC ^ER lmDoVtB^fVie tT1?* Bafbanan, IncludJng them-wt ?SSS ? Horton. with an S'SLK?-l-JWl ,u*1 t??WI?hodt Taylor a maurv^ iJ Booka ore, uewr ? b arrvet. y^T,..C RABI- >WP OtSW Tt RTLK Up*^??r?<*verydayat? BAUTIRR 4 Q m?9