Newspaper of Evening Star, November 25, 1856, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated November 25, 1856 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. THE OLD MAW'S DREAM The old man sits la his oaken chal', By the Ingle-side to day, With bis wrinkled brow ?nd bis frame so weak, And bis palsied limbs and bis shrunken eheek, And bis locks so tbin and gray. And he gazes long at the ruddy blaae, As It curls and flicker* and glows And ha seems to see la Its changeful light, The forms that the years In their rapid flight llave borne to the death-repose. There cometh the form of a maiden fair. With laughing, mischievous eves; He bath never beheld sush another pair; And the lo*e-llgM sof? that be seeth there. Seems borrowed from out the skies. And she wreathed a ?nrtle with her ruby Up*. Such aa ne'er another hath done, And she cometh again as she did of yore. And b?ndeth low e'er his forehead hoar, As ahedid In the days long gone. And she twlneth her arms, with a loving embrace Round his neck, and she prcsaeth a kiss With her glowing Mrs on his aged brow. And tbe shriveled old man Is young again now Living over rich seasons of bllsa. And there cometh a tiny form, That shareih his kind caress. And bis heart yearaeth over the tiny one, Aa a father yearns over his flist born son. And prayeth kind lleaven to bless. And It changf-th again, and a prattling boy Is nestled upon his knee, AM other wee forms are ronnd him now, And pride sits enthroned on the old man brow As he lists to their childish glee. The beautiful maiden with laughing eyes, Is the wife of his early years, And that tiny one was his oldest child, And that pratllng group that his heart begutt'd Are the babes of his prajers and tears. Hut the Are burns low, and a dimness steals U'er the old man'a vision now. And there cometh the shape of the bier and pall And bla fondly-loved wife and hla children all Are shrouded beneath It now. The flame dies out, and a stlfl?d gnan Bursts forth from the old man's heart, The vision hath tiod?he's awake again, A lonely old mu, with anguish and pain, Awaiting hli call to depart ARRIVALS ATTHE PRINCIPAL HO TELS Brawns' Hotel.?T p. A V. BROWS. B Wade, Va J 8 Barnes, USA W M Stabler, do Mrs Trlbbuts, Va K L Johnson, do T J Allen, do 8 Johnston, do Mrs W Dortett & dau, H A Sherry, de Pa J Fraley, Md WPJohnAly, Va J Hlnd^.do W McDonald, do Hon E B Olds, O R Clagett. Md PK Hull, 111 H Dor*ett, do J B Tucker, Va Miss Dor?ett, do Hon J P Campbell. Ky W C Dorsett, d> T McCormlck A ly, Va 3 S Haines, NY 8 8 Morlcy. NY J Wllklns, AU A M Stoddard, Md CP Bailey, NY H D Mear?, do 8 R Miller X fam, la J N Miller, USN S Hoffman, NY H Howsen, Pa W F Moore, Md M Mathews, do Hon F S Edwards <fc 8 8 Landley, do lam, NY Z Sasser, Md E Fisher Sc. fom, DC Mr Melntosh, Ala Miss Serrell, N V Wlllitrds' Hotel?i o A H A willARD. H Bangor, Tenn E T Gray, USN J Ta^ksberry NY D Turner, Mo J Hatch, Va JC Walker, 111 E G Trueman, do J Teller, Md L W Bradlsh, Tenn G Pecham, do W A Ross, NY ? Mlnturn, Va J Jenkins, do Hon J Gilchrist, Nil ? Probaso, Del G Pearce. O F 8 Kelly A ly, NJ L*?L<dd, M-e* J Norcum, Ct M Limar. Ky E Douglas, O J Btilbrushi do TStowe, NY E Grlnnell, do G Weston, Md Nalisaal Hotel.?w*. gut. J McClenthen A ly, R1 C Brady, Pa C Banfesh, Me W Mandvlllc, N Y C C Allen, Pa A Mac William, SC B Scheever, do j Stockbrldge, Md D Thompson, Cal J Person, NY J B Sperngore, Pd J E Weston, Md E Nash, Va C Arnold, Ga E Townsend, Pa Gen Tyson, Pa C Eldrldge, do A Pollode, do Hon T Uiwie, Md J Bird, DC Mr Belt, do J Wills Md o rilft, Fa Hen W fewift, Mais Klrkwsoil If ease,?j. i a. h. KIREWOOD J Browaller, Va H S Walt, Va J Lleber, Pa W S Walt, do ? ? Vane * *y, Moj?? W V BUkey, do T Thlpper, NY T Haskell, La ^'f^nce, 8C JSB nsoft, O ** <?<> O K Barrcll, DC " ** Kingman, I.a \v Cromelln, Fa MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. f 10K Til VHITSS STATU. Wmm*. Lteeii Fee Belgique N?w York....Antwerp Nov. 25 ?*rol* New York....Liverpool....Nov. y, Washington. New York....bremen Nov. 'i9 JJ*]" ^ ?rk York ...Glasgow Nov. 4? Niagara..... Bo-Oon Liverpool l>ee. 3 CJ. wash n .Philadelphia.. Liverpool.... Des. vtoicavKori Niagara Liverpool Boston Nov 8 Glasgow....Glasgow New York....Nov 12 Erlesion ....Liverpool....New York....Nov, 12 Fsrsta Liverpool....New York....Nov, 15 Arag? Havre New York....Nov, 19 TbeCallfornlasteamers leave New York oathe 9th and 5ltnh of each month. lirROVIi) SETS OF ARTIFICIAL TEETH. DR M. LOOMIS, THE INVENTOR AND patentee of "Loomis" Mineral Plate Teetn " will at end personally, durlngJEg^ffft (Kit win ?p si kU /xOI is.. - i the win er, at bis ofll:e, on IVnnsylva Bla avenue, between llth and 12ih streets, two doors bolow the Kirk wood House. This Improvement for Ses of Teeth consists ehleflf In making an upper or lower set ni but one pt?eeof muerl<U?teeth and plate all solid, and of the sara** substance. No me'al of any kind is need In constructing teeth In this way, ?osse quently they are perfectly fVee from all iralvanic ?ct?on snd metallic taste Being all of one solid o* mineral, there are no j .lnt* to become lied with moisture or particles of food, hence they are absolutely putt and tit*a. and will al ways continue ao They are also lighter, >tro<.Ker, leas clumsy and more natural in their apoe^rau- e than tee'h constructed in other uutliod* dov jri 2w? *|KS. HTBPHENS' HEW IIOITHLY ?V* Magazine for December, also. Harper. Godey, Grahim, Peterson, and Bsllou. for sale at Bov3* FERGUSON'8, 7th street. DELTA hALOOM, D itntt, tie ten if ?tk struts. ^pH18 ELEGANT SALOON WAS OPENED A on Saturday evening, November 8th, . . and the proprietor, Is soliciting patronage ffcA begs leave to assure the public tbat be hasJcJL spared no paiju or expense In maklm? this the most elegant EATING and DRIVING SA LOON la Washington city. Its central and prli vate locality, aud the admirable adaptation of the hoase to the btMlness, aided by the best of co->k? and servants, and his unremitting rndeavors to obtain the finest OVSTEK8 and othe- delicacies which tbe in*rk^t affords, will, he hopes, merit and receive th*- patronage of his frlenda and the eomTwnltv generally A^A KICKETTH. $50 VKU ,-HANAWAY FROM residing near Thcat county. Maryland. K Y ?"S.;Tk,^s sasr-^sr.L'i.'Eig^ r.rrt.i muv; .rrr* *** **? ?? ?OV I9_lw JIER EMIAII TOWNHHKND THE union. THK ONION HOTEL" IN GEORGE town, D. C . has been leased by the . . subscriber, who is now prepared and would be pleased to receive permanen'. and traxi-XjL alent boarders. nov 11 lm JACOB FOUKE. F(7R8, Ft'KS?AT SEYMOUR'S. Duoior?1^ THE LARGEST collec. iforeT^, furs tbat has ever foTst'e^Tth^'o" 12 thu m"^>??*ow ready will p.e^ae call early and get barBsfll It novlj-tw W >-SEYMOUR'8, Georgetown. BHiaiiKS, BHIKHKS, hriiihu f>rTOYS*' 7o"vB/' at MeLADOHLIN & OO.'B ' Miictllaneoiif. Claim, Bmtr Lu4. r?P?F?rty iM 6ENERAL COLLECTION AGENCY, No 424 P*nm. armmm*. north tidt. nta* iVstrict% ovtr Duval f Brothtr?% Washington, D.C. (CLAIMS AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT J prosecuted before the Department*, adjusted and settle J. House and Ground Rents, Merchant*' sad Traders' bills, and accounts of all kinds, whether local or from a distance, promptly attended to. Books of aeaounta In business posted and writ ten up, and the estates of insolvent and deceas sd psnoaa balanced, with balance sheet adjusted and settled. Chas B. Calvert, Esq Geo. 8. Gideotk, Esq. A G. Carol hers, George W Rlggs Esq Taylar A Maura, *?* "?"**!? ?! Washington. , And Col. John S. Glttlags,o* Baltimore. _i ? JOHN W. WELLS, No. 401 Penn. avenue, over l>uvail A Bro 's, nov 6 eolm WashingtoniP.C. PROTECTION AND INDKY1K&TT FROM loss ur fire: FIRB, M \RINE, AND INLAND INSURANCE. Jtufhoriwe* Capitaland Stir/>liu...Sl(3S9?l*l 13. FARMERS AWD MKCHAiriCB' INSUR ANCE CO ,0F PHILADELPHIA. OjfLt northwestcoiner P<;u?ni/lvania aimaaoarf 17IA 1 street, Wathtn^ton City, D. Cl DHtflCTORS. 'Ion. Th*w. B. F1 >rem?e, Charles Dingle, Gcorae II. Aiiusirong, Thomas Manderfietrf, Charier A IVibiram, Edward R. Ilelinb- i.ifc George HHtnbold, F. Carroll Brewaiei, James E. Neall, I-sac Leech, Jr. TUOMAS B. FIAWHENCE, Pruaidoni. HOWARD R HELM BOLD,Secretary. LOCAL SURVEYORS. Charles Walter, No. 397 D street, opposite C|:y IlaM. Jno. M. Thornton,corner First direct and Virgin! ? ' avrntie, Inland. jKmes William--, No. F>ur-an<!-tt-b?lf stree*. John Rtgeles, No. 5U1 Thirteenth txreet, b<ao? Pennsylvania avonue. MARINE SURVEYOR. Capt.J. P. Levy. No. 367 Pennsylvania &-j?aaa, opposite ttetional Hotel. * GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT. John Thomson. "The buiine-'s ni tMs Company will c^mp-ire fa vorably with th- mojf "tweessful of similar Institu tions In the iTniteil Ptnte* From me l*tdsy of AugtM,t05^, in fiv? months, up ij 1st January, 1R.V>, tlio premium* rrcfivod amounted to the Inre^ sum of one hundred and eieht thousand, our hundred ami fifty one dollar*, with ?inly forty six hundred nnl sixty six dolla-slomcs report fd With theao eviitrncrs of sncceisand good man a?rm?nt, the directors fee'justified in .eliciting a share of public pi?ronag.', believing that the secu rity offered is am,do and that all fair claims will be adjusted more According to canity than legal techni entities. Tha company is pre pared to issue poli<-ies against toss or damage hy fire on DWELLINGS, FURNl TURB, MILLS, MANUFACTORIES, H'AKR qOUSHS, ail descriptions of ROILIHSGS, and thctrcontents, or ail kinds of MRRCIIANDI8R transported by VKS9KLS. BTSAMilOATri, CA NAL R )ATS, RAILROADS, and the usual con veyances t?j or from any portion of EUROPR and VMK1UCA, and on the hulls of STEAMBOATS avigating the western waters. The rates of premium will be as low a* other ?ompanles, and in fixing them every improvement in construction an 1 arrangement will be taken into -on ^ide ration. All lo*s?><? speedily adju-ted and promptly rand. ?Juice northwest e- rncr Pennsylvania avenue and Seventeenth street, Washington city, D.C. hinrcincc may nUo he rfferted at the Home 'J/flct, Wirth feit corner iVaim* and Second Street*, Pkila ie*?\'(i. and in other principal cities of the United Stitt-H by Authorised officers of the comnaiv Je14-lyt A FULL SUPPLY OP FALL AND WIN. TEH GOODS. fOHN H.SMOOT, No lit) SOUTH SIDK OF ** Bridge street, Georgetown, D C , has recently revived froin the larKe Importing, Commlaslon, anl Auction Houses, of Mew Vork, a general as wrttnent of Fall and Winter Goods embraclnir every hind of? h Ladlrs Dress Goods Brocade, Striped, Plaid and Black Silks Printed Striped, and Plain Mouslln Delalues r rench Merinos and Alapacas Argentine and Striped Poo!lns Bright small figured Mouslln Delainca for chRd ren Rich (all wool) Merino Plaids, best quality Do Ombre shaded striped Mousllns Doable and single width Lecpan's Black MouAlln Delaines 300 Pieces Enullsh and American Prluta Whlto Cambri'8. Mu?l!n and Nalnsooka rldtfl, 8trlp<Hl and floured Hooped and Mnnllla Corded Skirts Tarletans, worked and silk Illusions Black Cra|? Falls and Veil* English Crape* and Mourning Collars Black Lscc Collars and Setts Embroideries of every kind Stella and Brocha Shawla and Scaifa Long and Square Black Thibet Shawls, vcrv cheap ' ' Heavy ?ray nod Black Woollen Shawls Ladles superior French Kid Gloves of (all Nos ) 57^ cent""' Mode8' Whlt*. ?a<* ?lack, at Genta Kid, best Fancy and other Gloves Ladle*, Miaftfq, and GenU Hone and Hose In Cotton, M?rlno, and Saxony Wool, all bIzps Ladlea Merino and Silk Vests Genu heavy Merino and Saxony Wool do Real Welch and every other make Flannels Real French Plaid and plain Josey do ?T Ai general assortment of Cloths, Caaslmeres Tweeds, Jeans, Satinets, Silk and Alerlno Vest lngs, Canton Flannels, Shirtings, Sheetings Linen and Cotton; Irish Linens, Richardson an^ Dunbar Dickson s: Blankets of eveiy kind Ta ble Damaslts and Table Cloths, all sizes- Darnafk Napkins, Hockaback and Board Towies with every kind of tio *1, usually kept iS^ wiu iS ^j,tork| which prompt paying and cash cuh tomers may always relv upon buylrg as efcean a? the same quadtles and.styles can be had in the District. A call is follclttd. 00 ll~tf JOHN H. SMOOT. rroposalii for Ereoting a Marine Hoipital at New Orleana, Louiaiana. Trkascrv Dspartmbwt, Sept. 87, l?06 V'-ALKD PROPOSALS WILL BK RK ^ celved at this department until the day of November, A D l^, at 12 o'clock at noon for the construction of the New Orleans marine hS pltal accordla^ to the plans ind Kpeclflcatllnn r rr pared at this department; said proposes to be either for the whole building, or separate foMh^ different kinds of work; bilJi OfpKJislKifl ?ch yd, with the *??$ ot^ich ?i ? m ?*Pr { U e an'?unt carilrd out ? the department reserving the right to reiect or cept tie proposals hereby laVlSil, SJmVJ.SS thereof, when lt dccins the Interest of the ijnBed 'i' tbs df r>artment also rce les the right to exclude the bids of any person or re sn?s whom there Is lust cause to faithfully perform the contracts, or which fhev have attempted to ob?aln by Indirection ? ?? * t, bid, wh^n there shall be r^rtlii do no* j-ln lr. the bids, and all bid. ?hst%Ton ln W]nw a Ult 'or the worS Bios will be received In gross at the nr'u. but no ??nt'?ct will be awarded to t nn.fI1 deUU" are furnished thedeSrt ment of the prlccs 0f the different klnd% ?/ .? w sSiiSSS r-io,. ,..14 j?s?as kv r,":"r.' msteof an sgent nf the dt norfrevo.!,. ^ theestl that purpose J ?PP?l"ted for the wort proUVssLr sni tl? ?Jla'e until the completion of the contrsct^Hn 1r'*fa,,l0<l S~-'a5'Sts Will l,e a forfeiture of the .?me hc frea?"'y. Kich pr-?ppBnl mtint be a^onmnhi^ ? un guarantee, signed by two resnon.^hi " R Wr,t" icertlfi.d to be ho bv th? Unl?5S )ud?{e or attorney of the said district ^ls,rlf"t of for the whole work J, of 1 n" *e ",,rn ate amount if for any part that the km J Mon when required, If h sp&ii into a contract and bond, with nro^f '/n,er ficlent securities for Its fM^^J "ur r?n "Pe^'*catlon"> and working drawing. can be examined after ten dars and .8 formation obtain* on appllcJTon to th?d?p^: a b^f^slmnaVtMhSTa^Iid f tor Scat I ons, exeept that th? f?r by lhe "P?? wlll l>e constnietiSl ri i ?r exterior Wall, Iron fraicea filled In wl*h JornneVene*r,DK'upon subatance, thus maklsir rhl^-# .?n"Conduct,nK according'to a -'mplSLtn^ to ?l!CtUre tre P^ Persons submitting .,,^ propoiirs'^ni V"0"" nute details of the mode of R,ve rn| and horisontal frames comL^Vni *?Ttlcal filling them; off them^KlS?* TU"\ ot Persons may tubmlt pUns for anTo^K n .^ of an equal or smaller size than thii e?iu!i * the specllcatlons, though conforSfin or by to the shape and plan. con*?rmlng generally ffiP<SMSlnU?JLb<^nt to thi? depart men t SsaSsS?! nt tU i .' aad will be opened at I o'clock n m The r._ addressed f endorsed Hospital 1 MscelUneou*. w P1LBI-PILII-PILN. rE CALL ATTENTION TO ALL WHO are afflicted with this dregful complaint to the following sworn certiorate from one of our most respectable cltliens. the father-in-law of the proprietor of the f Courier dn Eta* Unls," ana formerly eun maker In Philadelphia: N?w Yob*, Aug.'J*th.ie5S. Da De?a???Dear SirI hereby certify that I have been afflicted with the Piles for nearly >Hty fear*, that 1 have used eighteen bottle* of Barnes rile Lotion, and everything else I could here of, but all to no effect, for they did me little or no good. About two months since, I commenced using your remedies for the Piles, a?d have the happiness to say that they have had tho desired effect, having cursd mc i consider this almost a miracle, for 1 am eighty years of age. 1 sincere ly recommend thcin to all afflicted with the above complaint. P. VULLEB, 73 Franklin at Bute of New York, ) Now York City and County. > I, Joseph C. Lawrencc, do hereby certify thai on the day of the date hereof, before me personal ly came P. Vallee, to me will known, who, be ing by me duly sworn, did depose and say that the contents of the foregoing certificate slgnod bv him are true. In witness whereof I havo subscribed my name, as Commissioner of Deeds and as a Notary Public of the State of New York, and have af fixed my Notarial Seal at iny offlcc,ln New York, this 26th day of August, K>6 JOSEPH C. LAWRENCE. Commissioner of Deod* and Notary Public of the State of New York, 67 Wall street, New York We challenge the Medical Faculty of tho Uni ted States to produce a certificate equal to the above. Dr. Duprle's Remedies are tn? only cf fectuul cure for internal Piles. Only 50 cents per box. Offlce?76 Nassau street, New York. Will be sent by mall to any part of the United States For sale by FORD A BKO.. corner of llth street and Ta ave, Washington, 1). C. oc23 111! INTHS. HIlC BVT AND SELL TOailQI A WD DOMESTIC EXCHAHOI} FVRN1S11 D RAFTS On all Part* of Unitod States and Straps; COLLECT DRAFTS On ail parts of United State* and Israps; DRAW BILLS ON IRELAND FOP. ?1 OR ?PWAMM| JiVf AND SELL 1*?>ND8, STOCKS, A OTHfc.R HECV R I VIES{ NKOOYIATE TIME PATER, lavastiaont paying 10 V and ever, fer sals* LARD WARE A !l T 8 . We arc at all times Purchasing, aad have for e*alc, I.AND WAR RANTSof all denominations. Land Warrants located In Iowa, Wisconsin,or Minnesota. CHUBB BROTHERS, Un 'i'J-tf flankers, opposite the Trea?ury. W. U. MKTZCKOTT, (Successor t? Gkorgk Hilbits,) Whilcscle Agent for the Southern States of Raven tc Bacon's CELEBRATED PIANOS, HAS ALWAYS ON HAND THE L \RGfcST stock of PIANOS from *175 up to f l 00. MELODEONS from S15 to i23 >. GUITARS, VIOLINS, BRASS INSTRU MENTS, FLUTES, BANJOES, ACCORD EONS, and SHEET MUSIC, cheaper than In any house south of New Yor*. Music published and received every day Pianos for rent. novt-tr MANTELS. NEW AND BEAUTIFUL STYLE. Manafactnrod from Slate Stone, by tht West Castleton Slate Company, Vt, 1M1ESK MANTELS ARK ENAMELLED IN . Imitation of the richest and most expensive EGYPTIAN, LISBON, VERD ANTIQUE, PORPHYRY, PYRENEES, BROCATELLA, AGATE, SPANISH 6ALWAY, and other rare and desirable MARBLES. The Imitations are so perfect that they chalengcthc closest scrutiny Thuy aic so highly polished that they retail their beauty much longer than marble; are not Injured by smoke, coal gas, or acids, and can be sold much cheapsr than any others la market. Price ranging from f 125 to 812. Architects, Builders, and others arc Invited to call and examine samples at No. 512 Sfventh stre-t, 3 doors below Odd Fellows' Hall, up stairs. T. M HANSON, se 12-ly Agent. NOTICE OF CO.PARTNERSHIP. rilHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE ASSOC1 I. atod themselves for the purpose of conduct ing a General Wholesale Grocery and Commis sion Business In Georgetown, under the firm of GETTY A WILLIAMS, aad ba-re taken the warehouse No. 5, northwest corner of High and Water streets. VERNON GETTY, EDWARD WILLIAM*, Georgetown, October 11,1956. o?. 2s_im SI ROEK'I Improved Sowing Machines. To which was granted the Highest Award of tho Pari* Exhibition, thereby receiving the World's Verdict of Superiority. The improvements in this ma. chine has simplified them In many respects, sod they arec.apableof executing twice the amount of work they 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 trae.e for harness can be sewn by any ofthese machines by aslmplechange of needle and thread In sjeh a manner that the olosestscrutlny cannot detect a fault. Manufacturers, planters arid families will find them the only safe Machines to purchase, as they are built strong and durable, aad not likely to jjot rut of order. We have machines with attached,for binding hats, cap-front*, galtci*. Ac. Silk, Thread, CoUon. Needles, 4c , soaabiatly on hand, at the lowest rates. Perco.i:<de .Irons ofinforrnatlon regarding Bew tag Machines will plrs so address I. M. SINGER A CO., K5 Baltimore street, Baltimore N. D.?Wcsro prepared to cxchangethese ma ?hinesforold machines of any kind Terms lib eral Persons who have i?oen Induced to purchase nferlor machines under the pretext of being ?heap, wli: Bad this a benefitlndced mar 10?ly NOTICE TO liO USE-KEEPERS. No 307 Pa avenue j f No W7 Pa. avenue. |H>ME and TRY' BEFORE YOU BUY.? * ' The floe.t slock of Wines, Liquors, Fine Teas, Coff^s, Sug.-irs, Chocolates, Coc<?a, Cheese, Fruits, Unices, English Sauoes and Pi"kle?? Genuine Havana SegaM, Rmj h and Ready To bacco, Holland Cucumbers, Ac., Ac , JONASP LEVY, nov_0 opposite the National Hotel. C. J. WOODWARD k CO., UNDERTAKERS, CABINET MAKERS, A b URN1TURE DEALERS, ? n-??L will keen constantly on hand a ntSflMk large and ? holce supply of ail kinds of Furniture, eurh as Bureaus, Sofas, Chairs, Mattressta, Ac. Special attention will be piid to the Unde?Uk Ing business; and all orders left at our rooms, No ..wK Georgetown, Will be amended to with great care end promptitude. oc2S-lm A NEW COACH FACTORY, ON TWELFTH STREET miiE 1. iv o UNDERSIGNED HAVING RECENT a ly opened a Coach Factory at *v?. ?? Utb street, south of l\<nn avenue would respectfully announcelo the public "thai he Is prepared to mannfart?re or repair all kinds of Con he*, Carriages, and lljjt.t Wagons, on the most reasonable terms and la tho b?,t mZ 1 how desiring a good Carriage, or to have reo lr lug well and promptly done M ? low micS are earnestly requested to call,as I offer such lnd JI menu as cannot fsll to P!CRM) "CT 'u * "'dace - - _ THOMAS I G A It DN ER LVIAnRLLED SHIRT COLLAR- PAT "zt? 9?'" c2"r ?? "tuykSb's nov IS t Hale, l(oom, Browns' Hotel DR. MUNSON, AT 338 PENN'A A VKNlTir Is .till making those A*VhWUE. tss-K. ??* ?ETn, "iw' *??" for th, fic"V?*vTf whleh over all other styles of iwih ~ ? 1 wtarlng them In this city, will cheor/iiJ5" oncfcT There is one Dentist la this cltv whn h.. kl. infringing the nateut and mad?? bfi im"ta^s N' H wk. 1 he?,by cau?<>n the piSuo N. H. Whenever a Dentist innk. Allen's Patent Continuous 6um^S h ? prorirl, eonu,ucted, It I. becau^ heT.^no^nt of the process, Incompetent to make the work m suwditngjo pgr for the patent. 1e Ha _ ?R. thbod. hansniann AS REMOVED BIS OFFICE SOMF houses above his old rooms, to No 4t?i 7th S%SSrKTBi omz* hour, as before; from 8 to 10 o'clock a nov 7-fl w# Information for Trtfilm ?OR MOV FIT TIKHOHi ON TUESDAY! AND FRIDAYS -PARK, ROUND TRIP, tl.FROM ALE X AN DRIA 75 CENTS.?Tl steamer THOMAS COLLYER leav5" Ion at ? aid Alexandria attjf o'clock. Coaches leave the Capitol for the boat at 8 If o'clock. Coach fare 10 cents. Persons wishing the coaches will leave theli residence with George A Thomas Parker. Refreshments on the boat. ap2-tf SAM'L GEDNEY, Captala. ORANGE * ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD Will Great Southern Mall Lino f ?rTWICR DAILY f? {SUNDAY NIGHTS EXCEPTED) Between Washington City and the Sonlh? VIA: ALEXANDRIA, ?ORDONSV1LLE, RICHMOND, DAN V1LLE GREENSBOROUGtl, N.C. ana dailt to tus VIRGINIA SPRING*. fiCa?o Washington at ft o'clock, A M. Leave Washington at.?????.????.7 " 1*. M.

Leave Alexandria at 7 " A.M. Leave Alexandria at 9 ?' F M. Travellers will find the Morning Line In con nection with the Virginia Central Railroad, the Cheapest, most I'iensant and jpeditlons Ruute to THE VIRGINIA STRINGS*. Greenbrier White Sulphur and Fauquier White Sulpnnr, Waim, llot. Almn and Capon Springs, Weir's Cnvo, Natural Bridge, Lexington, ?c OMNIBUSES and BAGGAGE WAGONS will he at the Washington Railroad Depot to con vey FASSENGERS and BAGGAGE, Frtt of C4srr?, to STEAMER GEORGE ? PAGE.for ALEXANDRIA,a dls-MSHh ?ace of six miles,allowing ample time ror Mm:s. Fare from Washington to Richmond 95 50 Fare ?* " Danville 11 00 Fare " '? Grecnsborough...l2 00 Tickets procured on the boat. Expedition and Comfort are secured by this Route,asltlsa r.m?oi tirst class ihluoab vaoM ALEXANDRIA TO DANVILLE. Tn ROVGH PASSENGERS and BAGGAGE ?anled without coat to the Depot of the Petersbnra Railroad. JAMES A. EVANS, ?e 1 Agent, Alexandria, Va. BY RAILROAD DIRSCT TO THE WEST Time battgeen Washington and Whittling but 174 hourt! Running Time between Washington and Cincinnati 37 hours!! TIKOVSH YICKITS AND1AS4A6ICHIfltTO B1 Ban IK WABH1KST0R. The baltimore~and ohio rail ROAD having greatly Improved Its Western connections, now offers the fullest Inducements to Travelers between WASHINGTON, BALTI MORE, and all portions of the W EST, NOR TH WEST, and the SOUTHWEST. The onnectlon between the Trains from Wash ington and the Trains bound West from Baltl inort Is always promptly made at the Washington Jun tlon ilately tailed the Relay House) 9 mi'e* from Baltimore. This is the only change of cars required between Washington and the Ohio river. Bagj/age Is checked througu to Wheeling at the Washington Station, and rechecked and trans ferred th?e, (with tiie passengers) without charge, for those notdlng Through Tickets for points be yond The connc ting trains leave Washington dally at ft a. m and 4% p. in. On Sundays at the later hour only. At BEN WOOD, 1 miles from Wheeling, rftred comeitionls made with the trains of CENTRAL OHIO RAILROAD, running from Bellalr, oa the Ohio, through Cambridge, Zanesvllle, and Newark, to COLUMBUr*. These trains connect at Newark withths cars of theNewark, Man?teld and Handnsky Railroad for Sandusky, Toledo, Dstrolt. Chicago. St. Lonis, etc At COLVMHUH the C O. Railroad Uslas can sect with the fast tialns of the Little Miimi Rail rat I t? Xealn, Clacinnati. Louisville, etc. At XENIA (on Little Miami Railroad)connection la formsd with the trains through Dayton,to Indian apolls, Terre Haute, Lafayett#, Chicago, Rock Island, HI. Louis, Carlo, etc. f?7* Passengers holding Threngh Tlckct* for MeuipKti, Virkthurg, Notches, New Orleam, etc., which are also sold at Washington?are trans ferred at Cincinnati, to the flail Hteamers on the Ohio. Tickets for Evansvllle, Carlo, and Ht. Louis arc sold by the river route JH7" For CLEVELAND, ?od via Clevc'and to Toiedo, Detroit, Chicago, etc , tickets aro sold, when the Ohio Is navigable between Whee Ing and Wellsvlile (forty miles) where a connection with the Clevc'and and Pittsburg Raliroed Is made. Travcl-rs are r? quested to notice that while this Is the only route affording Through Tickets and Checks In Washington, It is also tho shortest, most speedy, and direct to neariyalthe leading points in the great West. The distance from Washlngtou to Cincinnati Is but 653 mile*, being about loo miles shorter than by any other route! FARK, DY THROUGH TICKET, FROM VV\SIIIVi;t iV:~To Wheeling, f2 50: Colum bus, sn 05; Dayton, *15 50; Cincinnati, *l? W; Loui?vllie, by ral road, *18 f>5, by steamer from Cincinnati, *15 (M?; Indiana-o'ls. fl7 50; Cieve land, *12 50; Toledo, S15 60; Detroit. *15 '20; Chicago, ?20 *5andS19 50; t?t Louis, f2<i 50 and H25; Memphis, *2ft; Now Orleans |3I, etc. ICTFOR FREDERICK AND HARPER S FERRY, MARTI.NSBURG.CUMBERLAND, BERKLEY SPRINGS, BKDFORDSPRINOS, PIEDMONT, OAKLAND, and FAIRMONT, fassengers may leave Washington at ft a. m or } p.m. For the minor way stations between Baltimore and Wheeling, take ft a. m. train from Washington. 1ET For trains to and from Haltlmore, Annap olis, etc., ace special advertisements. ICT" For furtherlnformatlon, Through TI-kets, etc.,apply to THOMAS H. PARSONS, Agent, at Washington Station. WM, S. WOODSIDE, Master of Transportation, ?arch 1?tf B. * O. Railroad. Haiti near*. 'SU I RARTER'S FERRT, Via Ckt!>T*ak* t IvSt-JEnia Ohio THROUGH IN TWELVE HOURS! 1HE NEW AND SPLENDID PACKET BOAT ARUO, Capt. Cms. H. Mbrhill, will commence making Regular Trips between GEORGETOWN *;id the abo78 Point, on Mon day, March 27th, l*5ft. The Boat will leave the wharf of W. II. A 11 ? Rl'.tcr, Georgetown, DC, every Monday, Wed nenday, and Friday morning, at % o'clock Returning, she will leave Harper's Ferry every Tuesday,Thursday and Saturday o'clock. Thrsng h Ticket*, T? Ltttburg SI , tncluitng <4? Stagt /rss Edvatds* Firry. Families intending to vlsltthe VliglnlaSprlnRS the coming ><cai>on willdnd tuls by far the moet safe, pleasant, and cheape*' route to Berkeley Capon, Shanondale, White Sulphur and Warien. Meals served on hoard at moderate rates. A coach will always lie In readiness In George town to convoy passengers to and from the Moat. Far further particulars Inquire at the store ol W 11. A H. G. RITTEK, Georgetown, and JOHN V AVIS, Jr., Harpers Ferry, Va. mar 18?If TOR HEW TORE AED LIVERPOOL 4&ML UNITED STATES a I r. HTGAMKHH.; 'I1HE SHIPS COMPRISING THIS LINK a. srethe ATLANTIC Capt. Eldridgs HA I.TIC ('apt. Comstook, ADRIATIC Capt. Jas. West. The*e"h!ps having betn built by contract fi pr?ssly for Government service, every care has boen taien In their constnn-tlon, ss also In th?lr engines, to Injure strength and speed; and th?Hi accommodations for passengers aie unequa)?4 for elegance and comfort. I'rlco of passage froin New York to Liverpool in Hrxt cabin, fl"0; In second do., ?75. From Liverpool to New Yoik, :J9 aad CO guineas. An op-'rfcneod surgeon iUtneh?d to each ship. No berths can be soc\ire?l until paid for. The shirs -?f this line have Improved wrUcr-flght bulk ?;<?*<!*, and to avoid danger from lc? wllinotcro?s the Hanks north of 1* decrees, until after the 1st of August. rxorosin bat as or sailing Fnwffia Yiri. IVm l?5ft. 185ft. Saturday Apr'-?? Wednesday....May 11 Saturday May 10 Wednesday....May 2" Saturday May'?>! Wednesday.... June 11 Saturday .......June 7 Wednesday....June 25 Saturday Wednesday ....July 9 Saturday July 5 Wednesday....July 23 Saturday ...July 19 Wednesday....Aug, ft Saturday Aug. 2 Wednesday....Aug, 20 Saturday...'j...Aug 10 Wednesday....Sept. 3 Saturday ..Aug. 30 Wednesday....Sept. 17 Saturday Sept. 13 Wednesday ....Oct, 1 Saturday....?..Sept 27 Wednesday ....Oct, IS Saturday........Oct 11 Wednesday ....Oct. 29 Saturday Oct 2^ Wednesday....Not. 12 Saturday Nov. 8 Wednesday....Nov. 2ft Saturday.......Nov, 22 Wednesday....Deo 10 Saturday .......Deo ft Wednesday ....Deo. 21 Saturday Dee. 20 For freight or passage apply to EDWARD la! COLLINS A CO., 5ft Wall street. New York. BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO., Liverpool. STEPHEN KKNNARD * CO.,. #7 Aastla Friars, London. B .G WAIN WRIGHT A CO., Pari*. Th? owners of these ships will not be aecouat ibieto: goM, stiver, b?Uloa,apeote,Jewelry, pr?. clou* mes, or matalf. unless Dills of lading are iigned therefor, aad the value thereof espresso therein. aiKtr Ifedlclttt*. D0CT01 HOOIL AIO'I CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS ruriui >t Dr. 0. ? J ACKSOW, Philadelphia, Pa , viuirrMtuiLi cdbi LIVER COMPLAINT, DVSPEPSIA. JAUNDICB, CHRONIC OR NBRTOl'S DH billU, D>im? of the Ktdoevs, and all Dls eases arlslag from a Disordered Liver or Stomeoh The proprietor, 1b talliig the attention of the public to t&ia preparation, does so with ? feeling of the utmost confidence In lta virtues and adapta tion to the disease* for which It ia recommended It Is no new and untried article, but one thai haw Mood the teat of a ten years' trial before the American people, and ita reputation and sale l? unrivalled by any similar preparation* extant. The tcsti mon v In lta favor given by the most prom lnentand well known physlclansandlndlviduala in all parts of the country ia Immense, and a care ~ - ? - * lth ? feeling fill perusal of the Almanac, published annually by the proprietor, and to be had gratis of an* of his areata, cannot but satisfy the most aheptlcal that this remedy is rvaily deserving the great cel ebrity It haa obtained. Principal offlcc and manufactory No. M Arch atreet, Philadelphia, Pa. READTHK FOLLOWING: MoutRTOWN. Va , August 4,ISii. Dr C. M. Jackson?Dear Mir:?The sales of the Bitters are Increasing, and what speaks vol umes in their favor is thatall who have used them speak highly of their effects No medicine that 1 sell gives such general satisfaction, and the de mand for it excetd* all precedent; and 1 assure yon it affords me pleasure to sell such a remedy. Our physicians no longer scowl atit, but are com pelled to acknowledge lta intrinsic value, and the greater part of them nave had magnanimity suf ficient to lay aside their prejudlcieaand prescribe it in their practice. Respectfully yours, P. M CHALFANT For sale by storekeepers and druggists in every town and village in the United tMatee. Prlce75 cents per bottle. Z D. 6ILMAN, Washington, and JOHN B. KID WELL. Georgetown, Ageata. )e 7-dm AYER'S PILLS. FOR ALL TUB PUHFOIKi #F A FAMILY PHYSIC. Therk has long existed a public demand for an effective Purgative Pill which could be relied on as sure and perfectly safe in Its operation- This has been prepared to Meet that demand, and an extensive trial of its virtues has conclusively shown with what suecees It accom plishes the purpose designed. It is easy to make a physical Fill, but not so e?sy to make the best or all Pill'?one which should have none of the objections, but all the advantages of every other. This ha* been attempted here, and wlfhwnat suc cess we would respectfully submit to the public decision. It has been unfortunate for the patient hitherto that almost every purgative medicine is acrimonious and lr ltatlng to tbe bowels. This is not. Many of them produce so much griping pain and revulsion In the system as to more than counterbitlance the pood to be derived fro? them. These Pillt produce no irritation or pain, unless It arises from a previously existing obstruction or derangement in the bowels Being purely vege table, no harm can altar from their use in anv quantity; but it is better than any medicine should be taken Judiciously. Minute directions for their use In the several diseases to which they are ap plicable are given on the box Among the com plaints whlen have been speedily cured by them we may mention Liver Complaint, in its various forms of Jaundice, Indigestion, Languor and Loss of Appetite, Llsti.ssness, irritability, B iious Headache, Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, Pain in the Side and Loins, for In trut>, alfthese are but tne consequence of diseased action of the ness. of the b'dy, Ulcers and impurity of the blood: in r.hort any and every case where a p arga tlve is required. They have also produced some singularly suc cessful cures In Rbeumatlam.Gout, Dropsy, U-av el, Erysipelas, Palpitation or the Heart. Pains In the Back, Stomach and Side. They should be freely taken In the spring of the year, to purify the blood and prepare the system for tne chance of season*. An occasional dose stimulates tne stomach into healthy action, and restores the appe tite and vigor. Tney purify the blood, an d by tneir stimulant action on the circulatory system, renovate the strength of the body, and restore the wasted or diseased energies of the whole organ ism. Hence an occasional dose is advantageous even though no serious derangement exists: bnt unnecessary dosing should never be carried too far, as every purgative medicine reducss the strength, when taken to excess. The tho.iecnd cases In which a physic is required cannot be enu merated here, but they suggest themselves to the r?*as.?n of every body; ana It Is confidently be lieved this pill will answer a better purpose than anything which has hitherto been available to mankind When their virtues are once known the public will no longer doubt what remedy to employ when In need of a cathartic medicine Being sugar wr*pped they are pleasant to take, aid b?Mrg purely vegetable, no narm can ariw from their use in any quantity. For minute directions see the wrapper on the Box. mar arid bv OR. JANES C. AVER, FHACT1CAL * ANALYTICAL CHS MIST. LOWELL. MASS. Frice 25 Ceati per Box. Five Boxes for $1.03 Sold by Z D G1LMAN, Washington, r.nd all respectable druggist*. au 8-1m PRIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE ?a via PHILOSOPHICAL VIEW OP MABRIAOl, BY ? ? B. LA CROIX* M. D., ALBANY, N. V., IM/Sftl and in AM,fl?M,aMl w?l?f*4 Litk ?fr??4? and fUm ri!?a ONLY IWlHTT-FlVl OtHK. Cent Free of Postaae to all pert* of the Vaiea. (CHEAPEST BOOS EVEE PE0LI8EED? J snd containing nearly doob'-e tbe quantity of tend ing rr*tte: in tiet of tfcs F1FT / CRNT Oil DOL LAI rt? PLICATIONS. It trrr.ta on lh? rilYSlOL 0?Y OF MAURI ASK, ?nd tbe Secret Infirmities, and niiorflef of Youth and Maturity, rwsuU'ng from ex cepts, which destroy the phylcrl and mental pow ers, with Observations on Manla^e, Us duties and d!s?a?mest|rtn*, rid Ikelrre-redlcs-with Llth^rnrh",Illustrating tbe Anatomy and 1 byslc|nav'.ixd Diseases of th^ Re prod JCtf*e 0'**n?of M'h se**s, their structure, etas.aad fisrtler.s. A popular andocmprefce? ?tv^T r?qti?- rt ?te Pnllc* and c>n?a)t!es of sin gle married life-- hsppy ?*dfru?tfnl alliances, mede?f?o?*T|ni;tli."<m inMlclfnis and Infertile ????- their ohvlttlo* and remcvai ?important hints lttU9seonitci?plat!ag matrimony, that will evere?m? objections te it; none, however, shmtlfi ike this Jmpcrtaat i'-pwlihoutirsteonsulllnt lta a?tea ceina6rntatle? en tbe diseases and rnedlvl r, lake this JianerUat i'ep without ir?t consulting l?s ?<?es csttiaBmUries ea tbe diseases and rncdl v 1 tftitwattl females from Isfancy to old age. each ?a*e |r*i?h'?eaHy Illustrated by beautlfnuflhcgri Chic plaW- aer?n? debility, Its cause* end *"re. y a r<r*r?o?s a? ""jc# so simple, safe, and ?ftt?*t<ia( that fallen* Is imp.'-sMWe--ruins fo?dal)y manage saeat ~a* ??say ?n Sp?rmat^nb?ta, with practical eb?ffva??'?si oa the safer and moresJicaeawulmode ?/ treatment?precsutl-iasry hints on the evils re salting from praetle*??>s*ay on all disease*arlilvg fr??*? iBilforetlni, wHh plalaand simple rules b7 which ?'l persons ean cure item selves without merenry- remMlAs for the?*self. Indicted mlsftiesand disappointed bones so us. fortunately prevplent in the young It is* truth ful adviser to the married nnd thoscenntemplating nsarrlspe: Its perusal Is particularly ?^o?nmend ed to persons ?ntertaln!ng secret doubts rf theli r'bys!c ileonrtlM^n,a^d who st"conscious of hav. ng ha*aid*d tUehealth, happiness.and privileges to \v'nl"h every hitmen being Is entltiea. Prl'-e rWKNTV-FIVE NTS per eopy, oi Five Copies for On" Dollar. Mailed, free of post age, to all paits of the United States N. B. -Those whd prefer may oon?ult Dr LA CHOI \ rpon euy of the diseases upon which this book treats, either personally or by mall. Modi cine sent to s ay part af the U nlon according to di reetlons,?efely packed and carefully secured fr?? all observation. Address l)r. M B LA CROIX, No. 31 Maidas Lane, or Post OEceBox 57? Albany, NY. (O* OEee open dally .from Stmiolpa and an Sunday from 3 until S p. a. 1C7- OEce REMOVED from Ne. S( Baavar si ta 31 Mmidtm Lssi, JUsay, fts?s Ttrk. da??t?!y UOOOO PEaCtt TREES. AT TEN DOLLARS PER HUNDRED?FOR sale at my Nursery, near Washington ml The above trees are all of fine growth, aadWP of the best select fruit. JL Also, a general assortment of ORNAMENTAL. EVERGREEN.BHADE, and FRUIT TREL8 ocsM tf JOSHUA PEIECB DR. OUPRIE'S REMEDIES are the only efflsctual cure for External or Internal Piles, Baltrhrum, Ring-Worm, Ae. They are unrival led for purifying the bleed. 00 eewts-p^e box OEce 7* Nassau street. New York Will be aent| ani^^,RU ww i win. firiuut, i "V I TO ALL THAT VALUE THEIR M1UHT 'roili i w j 1SRES TO CALL TUB ATTENTION to all thai suffer with dsXecUve sight, caused by age. alckness, and particularly fc?m glasses injudiciously srtcct*<d, to kit superior SPECTACLES and G LASSES caiefully ground by himself to a true ?pt.er1cal soeuraey.and bri|. llant transparency, suited precisely and b?w*d dally Is the wesret according to the coecsrlty p? convexity of the eye Very numerous are the Hi effect* caused to the precleus organ of sight fro? tbe ronnmiK^ocnrat of nslng glasees to not being Klsely sidtrd, by tbe useafMi , sue ?tractIce of many year* enables him to m?a? ore Ike focal disease of the eyee, and ?wh cUn f that are abeolately reanlred will be furnished wltb precision and satisfaction. JOHN TOBIAS acknowledges the very lit* ral encouragement already obtained, and fJtW solicits the patronage of those that base cot yn a ral led themselves of his aid Persons tbat ranaot conveniently call, hy set* Ing the glasaes In use, and state how many Inrt es they can read this print wltb their specurfc*. can be supplied with such as will Improve their ,lfEnumerable testimonials to be sm ; and iff. erences given to many who beve derived tb? greatest easa and comfort from bis classes. Circular* to be had gratis, at hi* nice. Na. 014 HF.VKNTH STRICT, Urn Jtcm, Odd FUJswa' H*ll> vr evaine. NoaroLB, September 7, l>-*4 fllr?The Spectacles you made for me suit my well, and seem to have Improved my sight n.< f? than any other 1 have lately tried L1TT. W. TAZEWELL I have tried a pair of Spectacles obtained from Mr Tobias, and Ind them of great assistance to my sight, and corresponding with hla desert prion of the focus. 1 recommend him an a aklllfi.< op tician HENRY A. WIKE. Having been Induced by a Mend to visit the < a tsbllshment of M r Tobias for the purpose of try ing his glasses. I was furnished ay him with s pelr sllgntly colored blue, which neve afforded me mere relief and gratification than any I have ever tiled. My sight, originally very eood,w?i Injured bjr wrl'lng and reading at night, fre ouently to a vety late hour; but with the aid of tn<*s* glasses I ran amdy alroo?t as lat? as rref. and that tcc without the pain 1 hare previously Buffered. JOHN W1LWN, La?e Commissioner Gen'l Land Ofcoe. December 11, 196?. 1 have used Mr Tchtan'a Spectacles for Ihrre or four m?ntbs, and take great pleasure la say Ing that I am much ri?nsed with them 1 have l^en much benefitted by them. May Sth, 199# ?EOR P BCAKBIRtl 1 was recommended to Mr. John Tobias as a ?ktllful optician; and as l have eyes ef remark able peculiarity, I wafcgratlled to find that Mr Toblaa ?ecmrd to conipreher.d them l<v larpc* Hon and some sllgbt measurement, and h* b?-? made me a pair of Spectacles that suits me ad mlrably. ^ A. P. BSTLkK. July 11, )W. W'lLatmeTon,"ji ?7,1PM Mr. J Tsatas: Dear Sir?1 am happy to ?ay ? that the Spertacle* wlilch 1 obtained from you tart week arc entirely satisfactory. Fromau Inequal ity In the visual range of my eyes, 1 have hereto found great dlAculty In getting glasses of the proper focal distance It affords me ples-ure to state that, by the aid of your optometer thi* difi culty bait btcn happily obviated so that tt a glasses you furnished me are decidedly the best adapted to my eyea of any 1 Lave ever yet used Very respectfully, youra, K B PRANK, Rector of St James' Parish DlTAkthent of lKTBIloB, May7, 1US5 From natural defects and the unequal range of my eyea, 1 have been compelled to use g1a?*e?for sever;.! years. 1 have tried different er*)clan? without obtaining glassea perfectly tttted to my ' eyea. Four months since Mr. Tobias made twe pairs especially for me. which I hare found to nerve me perfectly. By the use of his optometer he Is enabled to adapt Glasses minutely to theey*. 1 most cheerfully recommend Mr. Tobias to ali having occatlen to use glasses and i>ear my testi mony aa to hi* skill as an optician. HENRY E BALDWIN, Assist Sec'y to sign Land Warrants P. 8.?OPERA GLASSES of great variety, TELESCOPES A MICROSCOPES, WATCH MAKER GLASSES, and many other articles la this line at very low prices constantly on hand. It w-iy ItKW AHHANMKMKNTA. The undersigned respectfully. Inform their customers and the public In sen ? cral, that they have thcrooghly renovated tnetr establishment and added thereto a very large ^e! lar. so as to be enabled to keep a large supply of their superior PORTER and ALE on hand and expect dally to receive a supply of Phlisdrtpbli end Troy Draught Ale, which will be toid at 1 small adv nee. lor cash cnly. We alM> expert dally SO bbls of New Jersey Champagne Cldt-r. a fnrt article. Alw^ra on hand, a larpc supply of Turret A Brothers fine Liquors, viz: Htackberr?, Rasp berry, Stranberrv, Che ry and Ginger Brandies , Ginger Wine; Stomarh erd SC>iighton Ii!ttT?. Absent he, Curacoa, and other Cordials Wheeler's Tonic Sheny W ine Dl'.lera, for whkh we are sole agenta. Aa usual, a large supply of Mineral Witcra, bottled Porter and Ala or. Lend ARNY A 8H1NN. Union Bottling Depot, ft? Green - trtxt. nov t- Geortetcwr .DC MATH! HATS' CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL supply of BELBE'S NEW YORK STYI-BS, together with TAYLOR S HATS, of BALTI MORE. The best black dress HATS got up In the latest style for fi-1 M, as good aa those usually sold at *6: and a good fashion able Hat at worth ?1; and a first-rate Hat, ?2 3?i The best materials and the best worsn snshlp 1? employed to produce a fi Hat, which Is sold lur S3 V> We do a cash business, meet with no lof aea, but give each customer full value for Ll? m^ney. Felt Hats unusually low. N. B Agent for Drlacoll's Balm of a Thousand Flowers Price 26 cents per boule. ANTHONY,7th street, near Pa.ayenne. Ag'it for a New York Hat Company. aedfr- ' BR EAT REDUCTION IH THE PRICE OF BOOTS AMD 04ITEEI 1HAVE ON COMMISSION, FOR A PHIL adelphla manu facturer, a first rate Sewed or Pegged Calf-Skin BO<7t at S3,?2. full as good as those usually sold at S5 or fd: asd a French Calf Patent LeathcrGAITER at ffl 50, as good as any at Si, a first rate C-sff Galterat fS W, these are the beat good* that ls(orever were) sold In the District for the price; for the proof, come and see |or youraelf Trrma P?V*1voW ?"*?h No ety* rArott r.rsus." near Tennaylvanla avenue ?H < ANTHONY, Arent NBW AN?? ATTN ACTIVE ROI KLI. Raising the Veil, or Scenes In ?be C??crt?; by Ball Fenner Embellished with portraL's of Po Boe Court Ofloera. fit Carrie Emerson, or Life in Clifton ville , bvMr# C. A. Hayden SI Walter March, Shocpoe Recollection*; by Ma jor March. CI Boston Common; Tale o! our Own Time*., by a l^dy. 91 S3 Althe. or Mpeli* from the Strand , by Mrs Ada M Field SI Kate Stanton,a Page from Real LM*. 9' Dora 6raRon, or every cloud has a silver lining ' Ambition ; Kate Willie 91 Rambles In Eastern Asia, Including China end Manilla, during several yeerl' residence , wtrii nctes of the voyage to China, etcurMons in Msn Ilia, Hong Kong, Ac.; by L Ball,M. D , sttond edition. S1.25. Just published, and for sale a( TAYLOR A MAURY'S Bookstore. oc M Pcnn aoe., near 1Kb atiert AMTHOMT BliCilLT, UNDERTAKER, IhOp had Residence V?. 803 Ponn'a a-renue, aonth tide, hatween Bth asd 10th ?t? IA V 1N S PROVIDED HIMSELF WIT-1 L am ELEGANT HEARSE,. and all necessary conveniences for I properly conducting hi* bualnes? would respectfully Inform the public that he is fully prepared to fill all orders entru- ted to klne at the ahorteet notice, and In the best marner. A large an pply of RBADY-MADE COFFINS ?fall aises. always on hand, which will be f j ? E la bed on the moet reasonable terms Aa heretofore, no peine will be spared *e r1'* ??tire eatlafhctlon on all oeoaslons N. B ?Residing on the premlaca. s?4? * 1 be promptly attended to at nil beers WbMf. ? ^ f^UKPUttATlUH STOCK.?ff",000 Cerpo 5 - ^--rRSar ftSAtm HJ