Newspaper of Evening Star, July 13, 1860, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated July 13, 1860 Page 4
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fcfeSB?i?M| THE EVENING STAR. I Fom tm* Sta*. OH, COME TO MY COTTAGE ! Oh ! eome to tut cot'a^ on Cavuga's eld shore. And I'll show you a hmne that's my joy and my Prid?. Sarrounderi hy roses, just bursting in bloom. The air is a 1 ladenwi with sweetest perfiime ; Near b* is the Lake. all foaming ai.-tf white. Just off to th* westward, yet always in sight ; The valley below, with ?ti fa*, bleating herds: And memd >ws, made (lad with the songs or the birds. Th*n there 11 the village, just down by the Bay? The Island so lovt-Iy just one step away ; And down by my oot:age is a wild mountain rill. That joyously sweeps through the valley and hill; It murmurs soft music wheu evening draws aigh. 4s h Hne from the village to my cotMkge 1 hie. _n*?n o'>me to my cottage, on Cavuga sod shore, You will 1 jvc its wild beauties and leave it no more. n atiik. j \?T The mala them? of the Hon. Edward Everett's Fourth of July oration In Bo?ton wai a reply to the charge and Intimation* alleged against this country by Earl Grey In a debate In the House of Lords on the 19th of April last Earl Grey had argued that the elective franchise should not be extended in Great Britain, alnce, In this country, where it 1? so universal, the republic is rapidly on the decline, politically, ortally and morally. The various counts in this British Indictment against the United States are stated and examined by Mr. Everett; tbe imputa tlon that a fatal degeneracy is stealing over our country is faithfully repelled, and It is demonstrated by a simple array of facts and arguments that the eighty-fourth annlversvy of the Declaration tlnds the United States i n the fulfillment of the glorious anticipations with which tbe founders of the republic put it forth The orator was received with the highest gratification by an audience that filled every part of Music Hall. II Ja TU- n 41 * a > w\ t qi j i u? i><?iuu ju inioi lays mat me directors of tb? Great Extern are to be sued by the Grand Trunk Railroad Company for breach of contract. The agreement to br ng the ship to the eastern terminus of the Grand Trunk was specific. On the faith of it the railway company Biade a larjje outlay for harbor accommodations at Portland The council of that city also expended 860.000, and an Immense amount of capital was Invested by private citizens. We all remember the latter fact well enough. The landlords got caught a little, among others. Prince Jerome's death took place on bis own country seat, a few miles from Paris. The * London Times, speaking of his personal resemblance to the first Napoleon, says: "This physical advantage has been cultivated and studiously displayed on more than one public occasion. At the marriage of the Emperor, the ex-King was carefully made up after the portraits of the First Napoleon, the well-known oat and gray coat reoroduciuir tue figure so familiar to th< nnhlli ye " " 017" The Havana papers congratulate tbemselvn, the nation and tbe right thinking portion of North American!, in the decision of toe United States district court, declaring the steamers General Miramonand Marques de la Habana to be unlawful prizes It not only removes the casui btlli. says the Pr'nsei, but proves tbe conduct of the Spanish authorities of tne island, in the matter, to have been above reprca h C7" The Jail of Spalding connty, Ga , was forcibly entered on Sunday night of last week by a band of doaneradoet. some eight or ten in number, who released from coufinemrat Henry S. St ickland, a man imprisoned on the charge of assault with intent to murder. lH^The health of the Southern cities continuti good. We hear, however, of considerable sickness on the Gulf coast. At Havana, too. the proportion of ^ellew fever cases Is sai'd to be 011 the iuviv<wc. i uc wuim as u?uai} are on uo^rd vessels in the harbor 117* Dr. Mercer, of .New Orleans, who is spending the summer at Newport, on the tth inst authorized Mayor Cranston to provide for the Inmate* of the po?r asylum of that place the "best dinner, regardless of expense." IH^The New Orleans Picayune mvs that all of the democratic electors in the Held in Louisiana are i0t Breckinridge and Lane. The Bell aud Everett party have just put up a ticket. [?7*Madame Ristorl, the great tra&lo actre**, narrowly escaped death by poison a short time since. IHT'The city of Memphis, Tean., has voted in favor of paying toe alderman of the cltv a salarv or S230 per annum each. JJ^Inman Horner, Esq., of Warrenton, a most estimable and a prominent citizen, died at bis residence in that place, on Monday. At the Breckinridge and I,ane ratification meeting in Baltimore on Friday night more than Ii5,(i0U people are said to have been In attendance. JTT" A letter from Rome says a Battalion of Irish has been organized It is called the Battalion of Saint Patrick. Iff Frank P Blair has of course been renominated for Congress by the republicans of St. Louis. |[T Maclay, the agent at Savannah of the Georgia State Bank, has defaulted for i?5.U0U ir^The population of Providence, R I., is about I (NX) hv th# in?? - J??? ? ? ,?- ? j ??? juot w*?rjj?a uccrcasf lE^The Great Eailern is to make an excursion to Cape May. Mi til VALS A T TUB HOTELS BROWNS' HOTEL,.?G A Eournet. La; L P Fournet, do; J B Gard'ner. Md; C D Da ton, Fla; J V Sinjer. Texas; J S M uo for, do; B F MoFarnand Tern; O M Irw>n and lady. Ga; Miss Irwin, do; R D Mailorj, do; Miss Vason, do; C F B andner do; D D Mali >ry au lady, do; Miss Chelday. do; Mice A W aterhouse. dv>; E VVatari.ou?e and .adj. do; I) F W hotter and lady, NC; J C Mitchell, Pa; L H Conbs, J B ABereombrie, Tenn; D C Green. Miss; J G Lock hart, do: Mrs Locirtiart.do; Miss Moody t: l.eouard, NY; Mrs 8 D*ianey, La; A M Maje , Md; J <1 Van Eree, NY; T P Sohambur??, do; J j Jones and ady.Ga; MitsS M Jones, do;Misa M A Balvin. M!ss A Gretham.do; Mrs Van W ?cs. NY; Mi?sJ Comht, NJ; J VV Noit, Md; W H Meade Va. NATIONAL HOTEL.?J Hoffia. S G Knapp.W H Hackett, S Brown. ? Atkins, ,?id; Onl A VVorsbvm. Teen; O Powell aud lady. Ala; M 3 Reach. Ill; DrShwmw. NY: H E {.eimm. Pw? w laitk Mi??; K C Patterson, NY; K P J >ne?, Mu?: fc J Halo. NC; tt S Tapisy, Mm; J Taylor, Ky; H Aldiidge. Ind; W Hop kin*. Md; II Fatten, M!?ae? 8 and J Weld, Ky; L Whiteiey, Md: 0 Burrows and lady, Mim Andrews, Mt*? Smith, NY; W W an! inc. J Wooding. L Woodinf. J Grartz. Va; K H Taliaferro aud fam.M ss; M Mirer and fam, Mis* Sawyer, La: Capt Hunter, KA; N B Brown, Fa; CC Moore. Kt: P Klon?en, Havanna: (jeor*e An drew*, J VV Mitcheil, Md; >V U Wooding. Jos Sega-. Va, KIRKWOOD HOUSE.?F A Thornto", Md; J Frainpto i, O; J Champinan, ?; O li ot, Va; Capt Barton, USA; D Gordon, Mi?a; P K Bruke, N^ ; A Jewel', Pa; J* Jeweli do; A G Nail, Va. Lt E L Weider and 'ad? USA: J H Heironymerft. Va; D E Walt..., Md; Opt w I> !*uiith, USA; C W Abbot, UfcN; L Crispin, USA. WASHINGTON HOUSE.-J MoCarty. Hon J Hogaboom, NY; P Sapp, O; A Sweet, NY; J Ai lin, FR OCEAN STEAMERS1 SAILING DAYS From the United States. Bummers. Ltant. For. Days. Adnatie ....New York...Havre July 14 Teotoma...Jiew York.. Hamburg. ...Ju y 16 rom? ..>?* ion Liverpool ..Jul* 18 Etna York...Liverpool .July 19 Gi>id?a Fleeo?...New York... G??way_?_ July 19 Fulton..New York... Havre... July SI Arabia. Boeton Liverpool July 2f> Van<lerbilt.__..New York.. Havre. July & From Europe Arabia .... .Liverpool Boston JuneSO Araxo _South'pton..New York . ..Ju'y 4 Havana ?. South'pton .New York July 4 Jura Liverpool New York...July 10 The Havana inail tpamer^ leave New York on the 3d, 12th, 17th, and 27th of eaon month, and Cjtarleatnu on the 4th and 13th. The California mail leave New York on Mh anH rW\ of ???k month. T ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. HE Next Drawing or the Royal Havana Lot Wy, eobduuted by the Hpaniah Government, on^ei tr.e (upervn.on of the Captain General of eiba, will take plaoe at Havana on TUESDAY, Jolt 17. 1M0. SOHTEO NVUBRO t? ORDINARIO. CAPITAL PRIZE 100,000. Ipnjaof 100,0001 M pn^ee oL fljw uu ? vi ao BOO 1 4o 30,two 153 do 400 1 do ~ ?,0?0 ? appro*. IJi* 1 do 1M? fft ALL ass PRIZES. Whole Tloh?u, f 40-Halves, $ 10?Qaartera, |l Prisee aaahed at eight at S per oent. diaooint. Bill* on all solvent Bank* taken at par. A drawing will bo forwarded aa aoon aa the reauli become* known. Ail oidera for aohemee or tioketa to.be addreaaed to P^N RODkiGl'h.Z, je sn tr Care of Hftv Punt. Char'eetnn. W r I~V~R ANCIf HARPER, H? VJ*0 OFBMED A _ FAMILY GROCERY AND FKED STORE, I'orn't nf Sett York arm** and Tenth >tro*t, Renpeetfully toiiciU the patronage of thoee who ma? be in want of any article in the above line. Hit endeavors shall be to piea*?, and by a strict attention to tue want* of the publio, be hopea to merit a ahare of their patronage. Hie toek consist* or ever; article usually to be louad in a first-eiaas Family Oiootry ana Feed Store. ma ?7-tf AVKLLOW pink LUMBER. B^-) AR L>p)aod F LOOR1 N^drne^d or andnMaed) JOY *?M E?fcIU^.'TSKnith'a &harf ??? " -WTtT T?^rt ?t . Waltuwoy. lit4 Sasessmsxp,l-s >w W?l Fr.d*>r?'i*si*. S WJmV.c'wW.W '-' dHSSSBaB*"1?? MISCELLANEOUS. BY THE PRFsiuKVr7JF THE UNITED BfATBA. In pnrauano# of law, I, /hm Buchahaw, President wf the Unitej Statea of Am#n<*. do her b* declare and cake known tiiat publio aalea will be held at the nndermentioned land offices, in the State of Miohiian, at tke ^xio<i? hereinafter deaifnated, to wit: At th* I And Office at Masqvkttb, commencing on Monday, the Stith dar of July next, for the diepo?a of the vacant landa in the tvtn-ntsmbered ??Hons mnd parts qf suctions, within the undermentioned u.wnahipa, which remain to the United State* within aix miles on each aide of the railroad*, "from Little Bay de Noqnet to Marquette, and thence to Ontonazon, and from the two lactranied placea to the Vr iaoonain State line," aubjoct aa repaired by law. to a minimum of two dollars ajui/yiy ceHtt per acre, m: North tk* bate litu and u>tst of tKt principal tn?rxdxan. Township 43, of ranee 22 Townships 43 and 43, of rang* a Town*hip? 42,41, 44, 45, and 46,-of range 14 Townshi ps 43, 41, 44,4a. 46,47.48 and 49, of range tt Township* 43.44, 45. 46,47. 40. and 49. of range W Townships 45,46.47,4*, and 49, of range 37 Townships 46,47, and 48, of range 28 Townships 44, 45. 46, 47, and 48. of range W Township* 43, 44,45. 46,47. ana 48, of range 90 Townships 4^, 43,44. 45, 46.47.48, and 49, of range SI Township* 43,43, 44,45.47, 48, and 49, of range 32 Townships 42, 43, 44, 47, 48, 49, and 5", of range 3i Township* 43, 43, 44, 45, 46, 48, 49, 5\ 51, and S2, of range 34 Townships 42, 43, 44,45, 46, 47, 49, 5", and 51, of rang?35 Townships 43, 43, 44, 45, 46,47, 48 , 50, and 51, of range 36 Townships 45,46,47,48, 4?. S", 51, and 53, of range 37 Townships 46. <7,48, 4<j. 5t>, 51 and 52 of rnnge 38 Tnwn.kl^a JU A* Ck K.1 an/4 M Oa Townships 49,'5*).'51? and 52. of range 40. At the Land Office at Marquittk, commenomg on Monday, the 3< th daj ol Jul* next, for the disposal of the publio lands heretofore vnaffertd. with, in the lollowmg townships and parts of townships, viz: North of th* bast lint and icest of the principal mt ridian. Township 49, of range io Townships 47.49, anil y>, of range 11. Sections 1.2.4,6, 8, 10,12. 14, 1ft, 20. 22, 24. 2fi, 2S, 30, 32.3t, and 3i, of township 43; townships 4H, 47, ana 4', of rar.ce 2i Sections 2, 4,6 8, 10.12 and 14; the E M of the NK V of section 18; the i\ E \, the N E of the N W th* N H <>f the SK ana the SE of the SE of i ct'ou *>-, seotion **, 24 and 26; the N the Sr. >?, and the N J* of the ;*VV \ of section 28; seotion 34, except the SW j?ofthes?VV section 36, of town snip 43; section i. 2, 3, 4, 6, 3, ?0,11, 12, 13, 14, 18, iO, and 22. the E H of section V8; section 24, 25, 26, 28. Si. S2.34.nnd 36. of township 46; section 1. 2 3, 4, an 1 7. t<> 18 ino u?ive: noction 20 to 23incla?ive; sections 3 >, 32. 34 35, and 36, ol township 47, of ranee *3. The SW J* of the N K the SE hi *nd tha W >< of g-*ction 4; sections fi *iid 8; the VV \ and the 9E * of section 10; t he W of section 14; sections 18, 2U, 22. 26, 28. 3', 32, and 34: the W H of the NW \. and the W >? o? tne &\V hi of section 36. of townemp 44; tho 9 S of section 32, of township 4?, of ran?e 26. Sections 2. 4. fi, 8.10.12.14,1?, JO, 2?, 24, 52, and ?U; the N X ot the NK and the N h of the N VV *4 of sec-i'?n 36, of t?wn*hip 49. of ranee 27. The VV % of the S\V "iot section 6; Ructions 18 and 20; the SW X, the W % of the SE it- and the *E of the SE nf n*cttou .2; s'ctiout 26, 28. *?, 32. 3i, and 36, oftownship49,of range 84 Sections i. 4, 6, 8, 1?, 12, '4, l*t M. 22, i4, 56, 28. 3n, 32. 34. and 36 of township 48; the \V X of the :\ E >4, the VV H ot the SE M, and the W \ of section *, cations 4.6,8 a> d i0: the W ^ of tneNE ij.'he W Si of the SE and the W % of section U: ?otionx 18, 20, 22, J6, 28, 3*. 32, and 34; the NV % of section 35, of township 49, of range 35. The W 3* of ihe SE ^ and tne \V H of section 18; section 3?, of township 45. of range 9b. At the I.a^d Office at Tkavxksb Citt. commencing on Mouday, the 23d day ot July n"xt, for the disposal of the vacant lands in the smitfrerf fee tiow.? and parts nf sections, witnio the undermentioned townships, which remain to the United States within six miles on each side of the railroads, "from Little Hay de Noquetto Marquette;" "fiom Amboy by Hillsdale and I anting, and from Grand Rapids to some point on or near Traverse Bar," suhieot, as required by law, to a minimum af ?- - UI * M.V WVM-.I o UIIU JV *y ( /'f 7 l*C TC| via . Xortk of the ban* lime and west a.f Ike principal meridian. Township* 21, 22. 23, 2t, 25, 26, 27, 28 , 29, 30,31, 32, I 33, and 34, of r&uct) 3 1 ownship* 23. 24. 25, 26. 27, .23 , 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, at.d 36. of rang* 4 Townithips .si, 32. and 33. of rang* i fownships27. 28,29, 3?. Si, 32. and 'J3, of range 6 owushipa 25,26, 27, 28, 29.30 31,32. and 33, of range 7 Townships 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27,23, 27, 30,31, and 32. of ranc* 8 Townships 21,22, 23,24 , 25, 26, ard 71, of range 9 TA?nakiaa<)l OO OQ U ot ?. V. W ua.i.ro Wi * ?) ?U| DUU 4U( Ul r<Ul|Q iU To wnships 21,22 and i3. of range 11 Townships 40, and 41. of range 2t Townships 39, 40, and 41, of rancea 23 and 23 Townships 40 and 41, of rang* 24 Townships 41, of range 25. At the Land Offie at Travkrsk Citt, oommencing on Mondar. tne iStli da? of August next, for the disposal of the pnMio lands heretofore unoftrvl, w ithin the following townships, vix: North of thi base line and icest of Ihs principal meridian Townships 28. 29, and 90, of range 10 At the Land Office at Iobia, nommsnoirg oa Monday, the ?>th day of July next, for dispufeal ul tho vacant lands in the even numbered sections and part* af sections, within tn > undermentioned townships, which remain to the United Statss within six raues on ?ach side of the ra-lroads, '"from Amltov, by Hillsdale and Lans'ng, and from Grand Kapiifs to some point on or near Traverse Bay; also from (iraud Haven and Pere Marquette to Flint, and therioe to Port Huron," suhiwot, as required, by law, to a minimum oi two dollars and fifty cents ptr acre, viz : Avrm q/ iv bat* line and u>ett of the principal meridian. Townshi pa 3, 4, 5.6.7, and 8, of range 1 Townaaips 1, a, 3, 4,5,6.7, and 8. or range 2 Townships 1,2, 3, 4, 5. 6, 7,8, aud 17, of range 3 Townships ?, 2.3,6. 7, 8,17, and 18, of range 4 Town-hips 6, 7. 8,17. and 18, of ranges 5 and 6 Townships 5, 6, T, 8.15.16, And 17. of range 7 Townships 5 6. 7. 15,16, and 17, of range 8 Township* 5, 6. 7, 10, 11,12,13, 14,16,16, 17,18,19, an 1 20, of ran;e 9 Township* 5, 6, 7, 8, 9,10,11, 12,13,14,15,16,17, II, 1?. and 2?. of range 10 Tow n a hips 6, 7. 8,9, in, 11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19, and 20, of range II Townships 6,7, 8,9,10,15,16, and 17, of rarge 12 Townships 6,7, 8, 9, >5,16,17. and 18, of range 13 Townships 7,8,9,16, 17,18, and 19, of ranges 14 and 13 Townships 7,8,9, and 19, of range 16 Townships 17,18, and 19, of ranges 17 and 18. South of the baa line ami wit of the principal m* reaian. Townships 1, 2, S, and 4, of ranee 4 Townships 1.2 3. 4,5, and 6, of ranges At the Land Office at Dktkoit, commencing on Monday, the 13th day of August n?xt, for thediap sal of the vaoant lands in the even numbered feeturns and parti of lectiimt, within the undermentioned townships. whioh remain to the United States within aix miles on each aide of the rail roads, "from Amboy, hy Hillsdale and Lansing, to cme point on or near Traverse Uav ; also from Grand H?r?n and Pere Maquett* to Flint, and thenoe to Port Huron." ?en)ect, required by law, to a minimum of two dollar i and fifty rrms ptr are. vis: South of the bast line and vest of the principal meridian. Townrhipt 6, 7, 8, and 9,of ranjge t Township* 1, 5, 6,7, 8, and 9, or range 2 Townships 1,2, 3. 4.5, 6 7, 8, and 9, oi range 3 Townanip* 5. 6. and 7, of range 4 North of the bate lint and east (J the principal m?* rtdian. Townahipa 4 and 5. of range 1 Townahipa 6,7. and ?. of ranges 12,13, and14 ? uw HBiiip* o, o, /, ana 01 ram? 15 Townelupa 6,6, and 7, of rangea 18 and 17. North of the base line and west of th* principal m* ridtan. Townahipa ? 30,31, "2. 33,34, and 35 of range 2. At the Land Offioe at East Saoinaw, oommene ing on Vloniiay, the 2>'th day of Auguat neit, for the dmp '?a? of the vacant landa in the teen numbered sectt?n*, within the undermentioned towuMupu, wfiioi remain to the United States within aix miles ?n eaoh aide of the railroada, "from Amboy.by Htl sda e*nd Lansing, to aornr point ou or near rr*verse Bay ; also flrorn Grand Hivn a d Pere Marquette to Flint, and thenoe ti For* Huron," subject, aa required by lav, to a minimum of two dollars and fifty c,nt\ per a cri, viz: North of the base line and east of th? principal median. Townships 6,7, 8, 9, 0,11,13,14, 15, 16,17, It, 19,30, and 21, oi range I Townaiupa 6, 7, P, 9,10,11.12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19, m , A o.i rtf . m o "'ioWMh P?V 7. 8? 9.1?. l't 12.13, 14,15, and 16. of rtD<e3 Townships 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, IS, 14, 15, and 16, of range 4 Tuwnahipa 6, 7, 19, 10,11, 19, 13,14, and 15, of rangv 5 . ,. . Tow nahipa 6,7,8, #, 10,11, and 12. of range 6 Towuahipa 6 7,8.9. and 10 of ranee 7 Townships 6,7, and 8, of rang ?, 1,9,10, ard 11. Kortk of xKt ban litm and tcttt of th* principal miridxan. Townships 14,15, 16, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, and 23, of /"lownahipa 14,15,16,17,19, 20, 21, 22, 29 24,25,36, 27, and *8, of range 2. I.anria appropriated by lav for the in of schools, military and other purposes, together w th the 'swamp and overflowed" landa, will be exoiuded fr?.m the aalec. . The tracts along the lines of the railroads will be aold, snbj ot to the right of way, granted by aot of 4th Augu?t 1852, for said railroads, and the oarti I ? * - - * * cu#r iracss cui oy tne routes will b? sold as containing the qnantitiea respectively shown on the officialp ats. wi'hout deduotiona. The ff>rinr of the shove lands will be oomm?noe?I on th- d*ys appointed, and will prooe?d in th* order in which th?y are adve tised until the whole ahaH have been offered, and tne aalea ihua oloaed; hut no aale aha'l be kept open lonser than tw? weeka. ai d no private entry ofanv of the lands wi'<l be admitted until after tnerzpi ation of the tw weeka. Given under na? hand, at the City of Washington, this aix'h da* of April, annu Domini one thoikand eignt hundred and sixty JAMES BUCHANAN. By the President: Jos 8. WiLso.t. Commissioner of the General Land OIBoe. NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. Every person entitled to the right of pre-emption t> any of the lands within the townships above enumerated is repaired to eatabliah the same to the satisfaction of the recister and reoeiv*r of the proper land office, and mmk* poytntnt tkertfor at toon at practitabU after totin| tAtt notict. and ber j J *- *' i?r? un amj ?ppoinw*i lor m? commeDMnugtor the publie Mtl? of tb? lands embracing the tract olaitnad: otherwise suoh claim will be forfeited. , . J'?9 8. WIL-ON Comnuaaioaer of the Gener&j Land Ofice Sate.?Under the regulatioae oftha Department. M A*r?t"for? and bow exietiar. no payment can be M* for advertising arociamat on* exoept to ?noh TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. DALTIMORB AND OHIO RAILROAD. D WA SHING TON JBRAXCH. rmm "*??' jmmmmmz a?r Chasgk ow Hoc*?. ON AND AFTER WEDNESDAY, Jnn# 13th, 1W?, trama will ron a? follows: Leave Waatiingtoo at 6 20 and 7.4ft a. m. Leave Washington at 3.2u and 5 JO p. m. On Sunday at 3 30 p. m. Leave Baltimore at 4.25 and 8 40 a. m. Leave Baltimore at 3.15 and 4.30 p. m. I >n Sunday at 4 25 a. ra. Panient era for the Ka?t will take train* at and 7.4" a. in and 3 2> p m. For the West at 7.4>) a. m. and 3J0 p. m. For Annapolis at 7.40 a m and 3.20 p. no. For Norfolk at 7 4" a. n?. On Saturday evening theSJO p. in. train goea to Philadelphia only* je 1!M T H. PARSONS. Agent. NEW ORLEANS IN TZZRBI3 DAYS WITH TBB CHOICE OF THREE ROUTES. ALL RAIL ROUTE, Via Or ansa and Alexandria Railroad TO LYNCHBURG .* Virginia and Tennessee, East Tennessee and Virginia, East Tennessee and Georgia, Nashville and Chattanooga, Memphis and Charleston, Mississippi Central, JSTfw Orleans and Jacison, TO NEW ORLEANS! MEMPH7S~ROUTE: Memphis br Rail.theno* by First olass Packets to New Orleans. MONTGOMERY AND MOBILR ROUTE: Montgomery bty Rail, thence to Mobile by First oiass Packets. MoM s to New Orleans by Lake Steamers TWO DAILY TRAINS?Swnhats Ihclcdbd, Leave Washington at 6 a m and 6 p. m The Steamer GEORGE PAGE l3av?? her whart foot of Seventh street tit 6K a. in. and p m. and oonneots at Alexandria with the Orange ?ud Alexandria Trains for the Southwest. Offioe? Pennsylvania avenue, oorner of Sixth st. BAGGAGE CBXCKBD TDROCSH TO IfKW OBLEAKg. Lynohburf ? ?. .83 50 Memphis ?31 00 Bristol 150" Atlanta Jfi 00 Knoxville !O0o Macon 28 00 Chattanooga 24 00 Columbus 31 50 Da! ton 24 <> Montgomery SI oo Huntsville 271*> ) viaMemphis.42 50 Grand Jucotion... 30 00jN.O.> viaG. Juno. .42 50 Nashvilla _.26 SOI \ via Mobile... 46 00 THIS ROUTE IS ENTIRELY BY RAIL and i* 200 MILES SHORTER, and S4 HOURS LESS l IN TIME uian any other i ine?tne l.yaenourg extension 1 being now completed, as also the Mississippi Central, making it the QUICKEST AND MOST PLEASANT ROUTE FOR SOUTHERN TRAVELERS It is provided with First ciass keeping Cars! {To New Orleans,?? ....78 Honrs. Memphis .34 do. Mont*omerr ...33 do. Nashville ? ?.48 do. IETThe U.S MAII."and ADAMS' EXPRESS are taken overtbia New Line. Ticket* oan 1>? obtained at the South Western Omoe, oorner of Sixth street and Pennsylvania avenue, to the folio wing points: Ljnohburg, Bristol, Knoxville, Atlanta, Chattanooga. Huntsviile, Grand Junotton, Macon, Nashville, Dalton. Columbus, Montgomery, Mobile, Memphis, and NEW 11 R I.KAN'S. id- through tickets to the various viruix1a spr1kqs. Omnibuses and Baggage Wagont leave the office at 6 a. in. and 6 p. in. JAMES A. EVANS, Ticket Aeent, ma23-tr Comer Sixth fct.and Pa. nr. THK STEAMER J AS. eUY Will resume her trips oa TUESDAY, 21st of JT**" w Fobrnarj. 1S60. Will leave WASH INGTON every TUESDAY and"*"" 1"* FRIDAY, at6 o'c'ock a. in., and ALEXANDRIA at half-past 6 o'clock, for CURRIOMAN and the intermediate Landings. On her return trips, she wil! leave CURRIOMAN ev*ry WEDNESDAY und AAT1IR ()A \ . nt .*? nV!nnt n. m LUCIAN S. PAGE, Proprietor. NATH'L BOUSH. Ag't. Alexandria. le it) PFOR NEW YORK. AB9AGE, INCLUDING MEALS AMD STATEROOM. #T.SO. The New York and Virginia Sorew Steamship Company's nrw and elegant teamalup MOUNT VERNON,Capt.T.C. will leave the Company's Depot, Wei *1" tern Wharve?,atll*o'elocka. m every WF.DN ESDAY, and ttae Company'! Depot, at Alexandria, at S o'clock p. m. same dar. Passengers from Washington and Georgetown oan take the coaohes connecting with Alexandria steamboats or railroad, whioh leave the corrver oJ 7th street and Pa. avenve hourly, or they ran letra on the steamer from the Western Wharves at 1] 'olook a. m. State rooms can b? engaged on application U Messrs. Morgan A Rhinahart, Western Wharvea Freight vill be received up to the hours of depar tare. ID- Insurance will be effected on all toods bj thTiii i.e at the o&oo of the Company at X per oeni premiam. The aooommodationa for paaaengera by thia Una are in every respect firat-c aas, and every effort wil be made to render thia communication with New York an agreeable and hoalthful one. For freight or passage apply to FOWLE * CO., Ageuia, Alexandria. H. 8. CROMWELL A CO., ae J-ly ?6 West at., oorner Albany, New York. DENTISTRY. D DENTAL NOTICE. R. LOOMIS Has closed his office for the season, and will bo absent, as usual, during the sum mnr mouths ; will resume practice about the 1st of October, of which further notice will be given. jy iQ-tf _ _ DENTISTRY. UR. HILLS, after apractioa! teat of two yeftra, feels that ha can witn confidence raoom-^r? mend tha Cbaopiaatio Prooe*? (orinaartir^WMw artificial teeth It haa tha advantafes nT^mm^ ftrancm. beauty, olaanlineaa.and cneapneaa. Pal! apper sets inserted for $3t. Partial in proportion. OAce 309 Pa. avenue. aa 7 fjUMAJI | SmPSOH'J WOLn\^^Lv\ iMMMiyMAGNOLUj Wa offer fr-r tale the above atandard brand of fin* Copper Distilled Malted Rje Whiaky. in harrala and half-barrela. Aa it la or onr own diatiila tion, and highly improved by ace. we confidently reooramoud it aa the puk*?t and beat Wliialt j tliat oan poaaibly he diatiiled. We alao offer uur OLD FAMILY RYE WHISKEY, and other branda, from the largeat at note of Fine Wlnakiea in the United States FRKKMAN A SIMPSON. Phoenix Diatillery, on the Sohuyikill river, Phila Office*?96 Wall afreet, New York ; and 109 8ojth Front atreet, Philadelphia. mar 39-It j uua u tj ? run i* a l m t No. #1S SEVENTH STREET, Four Doors Soutk of Odd Ftlloits' Hall. H. W. HAMILTON"l>u opened a PAINT SHOP and PAINT STOREon the New York plan, where can always be found PAINTS, OILS, GLASS. BRUSHES, Ac., Ao.,at wholesale and retail. MIXED PAINTS FOR SALE, Ahd Buck*t? with Brcshks to I.oa.h! N. B.?Particular attention paid to House, Sign. Ornamental Painting and Graining, ftained and Enamelled Glass of all kinds always on hand, or furnished at short notioe. He warrants satisfaction in all wo'k entrust>nl to his care, and is oonfident that he oan do work as ohnap, if not cheaper, than aut other establishment in this city. Give him a oafl. Don't forgot the number?it is 91'J Seventh street. ma l<vtf PUTTY IS DOWN. WASHINGTON CARRIAGE FACTORY. ? ? u bireet, between 9tk and 10tk Strret*. We bare just finished & number of firat olftaa K HI AGES, such an Linkt hnnry. jgmg. Wagon*, Park Pkeato ?.?. ?a?nly Car YBEJE/&Z rtatfs, amd Puttte.i, vhich we will sail at w ~ W ft ver small pr. fit. Heine practical mechanioa in different branches of the buvincM, we flatter ourselves that ws know the styles and quality of work that will give satisfaction, oorabinmg lightness, comfort and durabiliKepairing promptly and earflfully attended to at the shortest n< two and most re*enoaht? eHarcea. WALTER, f ARM ANN A BOPP, roaohmakera, successors to Wm.T, Book. ap 27-dly T'HE PHILOf*OPHY OF COMMON LIFE, 1 by Uoorga H?n" Livm, author of Lif? of Goethe. A o., Ao.; S volumes: prioe $2. The seooud just ready fti 4 sold separate!). Tha Mount Vernon Papers, by Rdward Ererott; 1 Tolume; prioe (1 95. ^ or rale by I BLANC HARD A Mohitw corner Etavnth ?t and'pa- a'v. mE Ll*'8. SOB Pa. *y?-nue, between 9th and loth ?U Also. Pianoa for hire by the <i?j, week. or month, upoa <-&?y term*. . . , Kr?at bargain* in ?oond hand Piano*. Je >5 # MEDICINES. W PURIFY THE BLOOD. ITH Corrupt, disordered or vitiate d blood, job must be siek ail over. It may burst oat in pimplea or soree, or in same active d mease, or it mar reere!* keep yon hstlees, depressed and good for nothing. Bat jo a cannot hav? good beam while jour blood is impure. AVER'S S* KSa PARI lla purges out these mpurities and stimulates the organs of life into vigorous action, readying the health and expe line disease. Hence it rapidly cures a variety ol complaint* whiph are caused by imparity of toe blood ; su h as Sorofuta (or Kings Evil,) l omori, I leers, t*ores, Eruptions, Pimples. Biothes, Biles St Anthony's Fire, Rose or Erysipetas. Tetter or Salt Kheum, Soalu Head, Ringworm, Cancer or Canoerous Tumors. Sore Eyes. Female Diseases, such at Retention, Irregularity, Suppression, Whites, Sterility, Syphilis or Venereal inseases, Liver Complaint and Heart Disease*. Try AVER'S SAK&APaR 11.LA . and *ee for vnurae f the surprising activity with which itclf arisen the blood and cures the disorders. AVER'S CHERRY PECTORAL is so universally known to surpass every other remedy for tbe cure of Coachs, Colds, Intiuensa. Hoarseness, C oup. Bronchitis, lumpier,t Consumption, and for the relief of Consumptive Pa'ienti in auvanoed stages of the dis<ase. that it is useless Ime to re count the evidence of its virtue. The world knows them. AVER'S CATHARTIC PILLS-for Costivene*?. Dypepna. Indigestion, Dysentery. Koul Stomach. Jaundice. Headacue, Heartburn. Piles. Rheumatism, Dropsy, Worms, and in suort for all the purposes of a purgative medioine. Prepared by J. C. AVER A CO., Lowell, Mass , and sold by all Druggists everywhere, je 21 -eolm XT. O. 3FL. c*? T. A. . HVJNNE WELL'S UNIVERSAL COUGH REMEDY. For all Throat and Lung Complaint*, from Common Coughs to Actual Consumption. HUNNEWELL'8 JUSTLY CELEBRATED The Natural and Sure Remedy for all Net' vous Complaints, From Neuralgia through all cas#i where Opium wm ever used to chat of l)?lirium Tremens, and the oommon chief cause of iiiaease ? r?u i f c u IjUoo vr c Yj r> n r . The Toln Anodyne, though containing not a partiole of Opium. produces all the requirement* 0jt and may be used in all cases wherever Opium was ustHi without producing anything but Cures, and leaving: the patient in a perfectly natural a ate. The universal Cough R e ined y, < freed from ail the oommon obiection of rough Remedies, which produoe nausea or proatration,) inay be considered the oommon enemy to ail Throat and Lung Complaints. and used with perfect impunity. Asking ali to oourt from proprietors or iriends the most severe investigation or both Remedies, and readme of our pimphlets to be found with all dealers, and more particularly to purchase only of those who oan be depended upon, we wait in oonfidenoe the decisions of Patients and Physicians. "Prices within reach of a<l " GENERAL AGE5T8. _ J. W. HtJN!?KWKLL & Co., 7 and 9. Commercial Wharf. Boston, Gko. Hcnskwell, 145 Water st., New York, Under the special supervision of JOHN L. HITNNKWELL,Chemist and Pharmaceutist. Boston, Mass., whose signature covers the oo Its of the genuine only, ana to whom address all communications. S-'oid by all respectable dealers everywhere, and all the DruRfisU in Washington and Georgetown, mar 26 eo.r Helmbold's Genuine Preparation. " HIGHLY CONCENTRATED" COMPOUND FI.IMD EXTRACT BUCHU, A Positive and Speoific Remedy For Dineases of the BLADDER. KIDNEYS, GRAVEL, and DROFSICAL 9w ELLINGS. This Medicine increases the power of Digestion, and excites the AB?OB BKNTS into healthy action, by which the WATERY OR CALCEROUS depositions, and all UNNATL RAI ENLARGEMENTS are reduced, as well as FAIN and INFLAMMATION, ami us goo'l for MEN, WOMEN. OR CHILDREN. HELMBOLD'8 EXTRACT BUCHU, For Weaknesses Arising from Excesses, Habits of Dissipation, fcariy Indiscretion or Abase, Attended tritk ike foUnirmi Symptoms Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Power, ijosb ui memory, uimouny 01 tireai^ne, Weak Nerves, Trembling, Horror of D'snftga, Wakefulness, Dimness of Vision, Pain in the Baok, Universal Lassitude of the Museu ar System, Hot Hands, Flashing of the Body. Dryness of the Skin, Eruption* oc the Face, PALLID COUNTENANCE. These symptoms, if allowed to go oc, whioh this medioin* invariably remove, soon M'ow? IMPOTENCY. FATVITY, EPILEPTIC FITS, I* Ox* ok Which thb Patibnt mat Expirb. Who can sav that they are not frequently followed by thos* "DIREFUL DISEASES." "INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION." Many are aware of the cause of their suffering, BUT NONE WILL CONFESS. THE RECORDS OF TH E IN SAN fc ASYLUMS And lk? Mtlnntholy LMathi by Consumption Bear am?l? witnets to the truth of the assertion, THE CONSTITUTION ONCE AFFECTED WITH ORGANIC WEAKNESS Reeaires the aid of medicine to ?tr#?n*rh?n Am) Invigorate the ^ystom, Wkick Hrlmboid's EXTRACT BUCRLJ invariably do* f. A. trial will convjncb thk most skeptical. FK M A f ,ES-FE MAEES-FE M AI E8, OLD OR YOUNG. SINGLE. MARRIED, ON CONTEMPLATING MARRIAGE IN MANY AFFECTIONS PECULIAR TO FEMALES, the extract Buchu is unequalled by any other remedy, as in Chlnruaia or Retention I Irregularity, Painfulness, or Suppression of Cua ternary Evaoaationa, Ulcerated or Scirrhous state of the llterua, Leucorrhasa or Whites, Steriliity, and for a 1 ooinplaints incident to the s z whether arising from Indiscretion, Habits of Dissipation, or in the n r/^r rarn /in s* mm * ^ ? ? * ? 1* -C. t/A A '/i' Li/is. BSS SYMPTOM' ABOVI. NO FAMILY SHOULD Ut. WITHOUT IT Tak'no mort Balsam. Mercury, or vnpUatant MedietneJor unpuarant and Dangtrous infant. HELMBOLD'S "EXTRACT BtCHL eraa SECRET DISEASES I ( In all their Stage*. At little expanse; ! Little or no ohangeln Diet; No inoonvenienoe. j And no Expotur*. Ite&nses & fr*?uent desire ana gives strength to ! Urinate, thereoy Removing obstructions. Preventing and ouring Strictures of the Urethra. Allaying Pain and Inflammation, so frequent m I the ciM?* of diseases. an 1 expelling all toxionoui IHstas'd. and worn out Matter. THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS wiiu havx bksn tbx victims or quacks, and who hav- psid ktnryftts to t>e cured in a snort time, have found th'-jr were deceived, aud that the POISON" has, by the nse of'rowrKFCL as T*i!?oK!iT?," neen anea op in the ?y?tem, to break out in an aggravated form, and PERHAPS AFTER MARRIAGE. Use Hki mbols's Exthatt BrcHt for allaffeo tioni and dueaso* of th? URINARY ORGANS. Whether exintin* in MAi K OR FEMALE. From whatever cau'e orifna'ing and no matter of HOW LONG STANDING Diaoai^s ofth??e orjan* rcquir?theai?i of a Dinreti . HELMBnl.D'S EXTRACT BUCHU IS THE <jRKAT DIURETIC. And it o?rtain to have the desired effect in a!! Di?mttei FOR WHICH IT IS R ECOMM H N DEI). Evrdenrt of Ike most reliable and responsible chatter will acoompar;v the ra<*itoi> es CERTIFICATES <*F CURES. from 8 to an years' standing, With Namks hows to SCIENCE AND FAME. Price SI 00 per bottle, ar six far S3 00. Delivered to auy Adilr???, securely packed fr > observation. DBSCKIDK STMPTO*? HI ALL COMMONICATIO** Care* Guaranteed! Advirp l>nil>!! AFFIDAVIT. Personally appeared before ma. an Alderman of theoity of Phi arielphia.H. T Helmbold,whohem* ! duly sworn, doth say. his prenara'ions no tain to naroot'o, iio morourj. or o n#r injurious oruit?, but are purely vegetable. H. T. HKLMBOLD. Hworn and subscribed before me. this 23d day of November. 1854 WM P. Ill BHF.RO, A'derman. 1 Ninth street. above Raoe, Phila. Address ietters for iuforniat.on in oon?denoe to H T HKLMBOLD, Chemist. Depot, 104 South Tenth st. bet Ch^sout, Praia. BEWARE OF COUNTKRFEIT8 , AND UNPRINCIPLED DEALERS. Who endeavor to dispose ' or thbib owi* and "othie" a hi iclbs on thb bkpotaticw att aimed Helmbold's Genuine Preparations, " Extract Buohu. " " SarsaparilLa, I " Improved Rose Waah. Sold by 8. B. Waitb,4<? Seventh street, and 8. ! C Foan.Jft, oorner Penn. avenue at.d Eleventh 1,1 ANb JLLL DR'VUGJSTS EVERYWHERE. ASK FOR HELMBOLD'8. TARENOyTHER. Hut nut thtfi ftiivArliiAmAnt mmmA tnr r? AND AVOID IMPOSITION ANTDE*P6SURE. up 4 eolv | WASHINGTON TV (FIRE) INSURANCE v , o COMPANY. Arena* and Tenth Strut. S~57.VfcjGl'lRE. President. G. D. HANSON, Secretary. roa7-e?>tr HOWE'S IMPROVED WEIGHING SCALES \ These Soa'.ee are offered to the pnblio m the moit ?imple. durable, and reliable toslM ever ant ia I u?e. Firitolaes premium* have been awarded xntm by the United states Fair and Virginia An loultural mutti, Virginia State AjnenituraJ Fair: FrankUa Institute Fair, Pennsylvania; New York State Fair, Vermont State Fair. Ac., Ao. Ia every oaee where h i hltAil rKaa Aatra ? --A ?? ? wvi uao IWS4TOU KIM DISM flWUU UM Foi Meat Si Louiaiana avenue, Depot of SUler*a ; Chilled 1 ron Sue*. de IS-It K- 0. PATTIBON. Arent. EMBERS OF CONOR F.SS AND OTHERS about l?a?iw: the city ahouid call a-d^^n^ exam'ne nor great atook of Piano* fromlMBIB Chiokermg A Soni' great f^otorf.aa ?lio?**' ? bo*!r-' """KrffRirjttfc'**j? SI 300 Pa. ? .. bat. Nk and 10th ata. WASHINGTON SEWING ROOMS. TV ?h 3tk it.. two doort North of ?a itfc Mow ia the time to gat SPRING ud SUMMER ^edtomaje* # MISCELLANEOUS. / ^ /lOOHOITlV f ^ <$* dispatch: ^ ^ j Sife the Piece a! i.' *oculmtf mil kaprm. rrtn m w*U raruituad ramti%t?,n is very aeeir?Die u> n?ro lomf cnnj and oonvenient w?t for repairing Kurnitare, Toys, Crockery, to. SPALDING'S PREPARED HLI I mMti ail such emergenoiee. and no hoaaefcold oaa afford to b? without it- It is always ready and ay to the sticking point Th??re ia no loncer a neoesaitT for limping chairs, aplintered veneers. headless dolls, and broken oradles. It ia just the article lor oone. ahell, and other ornameutaJ work, eo popular with ladi*a of refinement and t?at*. This admirable preparation is ssed onto, being cheimos. iv held is solution, and possessing ail the valuable qualities of the best cabinet makers' clae. It ma; be need in the plane of ordinary macilace, being vastiv more adhesive. " USEFUL IN KTBRT HOUSK." Pric4, 3b cents N. B.?A Brash accompanies eaoh bottls Wkoitrtit Dtrot, No. 49 Cedar street. Now York. Addreaa HL.NRY cTsPALPINO A COBox No. 3,600, New York. Pnt na for Hm Sm C* + AAalsisiKa Pabs a ? ivi vvwvia iu V???? wumwn'"! v*? I E.iht. and Tw*!** Doaen?*beaatifal Lith?>?raph o Show Card aooompabymc each package. irr A uukl* bottle of SPALD1NWS PREPARED GLUE will ?ave ten time* lU ooat annually to every household. ./""II Sold by all aronnnqnt Stationer*. Drag|i?ta. Hardware and Farnitar# Dealer*, Wrooera, and Fancy Store*. Country merohants ahnuid make a not*of SPAL MSG'S PREPARED GL CE. when makmc up their lint. It will utand any olimate. fe IIM? U i ftr 'yj iflf V ML flu H ki?k*y u manufart+T**i rxW?- V C*# -d^Vl SWr/w aw 4* (CA# JMI /Mkr )| |^tr/r (*?*' rkllnmfl4, M*~~<nk..?,)/~>m Wi y? CO ? My,, pr^a^d bf Jp ^ ?^^ i/l 5^#?^ t (rU r?;w (ri,^.,?J. i ( '? WW?4? ?4# /WiV ?i?, /i !# ?, " . fOl eammmdrJ An ii? /'W / Unn<? u' t <*f?! V. ik*rm*~io**Mt4uaml . f o ^5 i* ^-z i 0 v**'1"**- it p| ; : * CAUTION. PURCHASERS SHOULD BE CAREFUL IN PURCHASING THE VALLEY WHISKEY TO SEE THAT IT IS MWVWHllElf m a m m a a a mm mm. mm. m m m mm ^m ao WII M I ML SlUNAIUKtUf ON THE LABEL. ALL OTHERS ARE AN IMITATION AMD A COUNTERFEIT OF THE ABOVE WHISKEY. WM.HJDALY, SOLE PROPRIETOR 19 SOUTH WILLIAM SI NEW YORK. hOR SALE IN WASHINGTON BY y 7-ly BARBOUR k. BBM >jK6. TJARAFFINE OIL, K THE CHEAPEST LIGHT KNOWN' W??r?nov receivm* Pt<?(En? Oil dir?ot from the works in west-rn virgiuia. The quality of it is exeelient, produoing a stea<1v, bril iant and beautiful light, and more p.^utui to th" etes than/M tight. This Oil is Ire? from adulteration, and very much more eeonomioal than many of the Coal Oils us?l at this time. ITT" It is in no way explosive. we keen also a supply of the most approved styies of Lamps, Ao., 1" buruing this Oil. KINO A Bl'RCHELL, Agents for its sale for the Dmt'iot of Columbia, Corner hifteenth st. and Vermont av. Great Kanawha Coal and Oil Company, ma 11 T~ CARRIAGES. HE Subscriber having made additions tc hi taotory, making it now one of the iarcest^. JIMH In the District, vbere hit facilities forBK^K^ manulaoturinrCARRIAGE k. LIGHT^Ks^?? WAGON'S of ail kinds cannot be surpassed. m from bis long experience ;n tha buiceu, De hope* to give general satisfaction. Aii kinds of Carnages an' Light Wagcus kept m luuid. All REPAlR8n?aUj?*Ba,an4all*r4?r?pr?apl It attend od to. S?o?B4-haa4 Carriages taxes inMsaanxe (or arv cm. andrew J. JOYCE, 4 1* W Mrnar ?f '4th ui? V iti Five hundred traveling trunks arrive.! thin day, embracing ail <uali-ar|?? ties and six** of Sole Leather, 1 ? In i Mliw Drees an?l Packing Trunks. Our trunk^?**^ sales room exhibits at this time the greatest variety of traveling requisites at moderate sticm. to be tonnd this side of New Vork. a so, erfry denoni tins of l.adies' hat boxes, VALICES, carpkt bag1*. satchels. Ac. ir>MM T. L. I ?? ? v/iu i i uub? irpaiiru UI MhBDU moxcnoufv for new ouaa. WALL, STEPHENS ft. CO., Trunk Sato Room, mar 31-tf 3VJ Pa., avenue. Plumber avI> ga^ Vit+kr, Philharmonic Hall, Soiitk tid* ttf P?. nr.. trf*t of Elfftntk ft . Will introtiuo* Water uid Gu opoo th??<oat favorable terms. p. K,? I have on hand a lot of COOKING STOVES, and as 1 da*ire to olose mem out, will all them at nost for oa*?h. ma 7 ELKOTRO-PHYSIOLOGV ANDKI.ECTRCT The rapoubos, showinR the best methods for the medioal uses of Fleotrioity, by Alfred C Garratt, M. D , 1 vol. v*: price 84 T"e South Side View of navery, by Nehemiah Adams. D D , I vol , pno? '$ oenta. Luoille, bv Oven .iter' ditu. 1 vol., blaeand cold ; prioe 7* cents. Part 6 of Tom Brown at M*f<?rd: SriAA H For sale by H L A NC H A R I) I MO H l~N i" je 15 Corner of llth it., and Penn. irt. Ri?. SCHOOLCRAFT 8 NEW NOVEL*? The B ack Gauntlett. a Tale of Plantation Lif* in South Carotin*, I?j Mra. Horry R *ehooloraft. wife of the Indian Historian Prioe 41.2S. J uet published and for eale at PHIL.P A 8OLOMON.8 Merropolitau Bookatore, 334 P?. av? b?t.9th and UH.li eta. Bole Agentalor Laurenoe'a Celebrated Foreign Stationery. je It i.?.?. la ma a. ?. a. mott. ?. a. ?rai. 1 AMAR,MOTT A AC'TR Y, Li ATTOkltBTS AT LAW doiLi Brum, M;u.. Will praotioe is the Hich Court of Error* and Ap?ea:b at Jacket.n.tne Federal Court at PontotOO, be CourU of the Seventh Judicial Durtriot of Mi? ipfi.and wi'l attend to tiie CoUeetiea of claia* a n< v n nvun JHAW0 liE?Cil/t NmTicmn or MILITARY CLOTHING, BoiTlbiT Coaim Sbcond aks Braves m, * PHILADELPHIA. MILITARY CLOTH*"FOR BALK ??->? 12,000 AttfflMMElSft ?58 the attention of the pabhe to oar larraand weli ae looted atook 01 Chtmpwnf and Crib Apple Cider, whioh we goarantoa to 6a pare isioe, ud will be old on raaaonabla torma in order to inafca room for oar apriui stool. Give aa a o*ll at the Union Bottling Depot, > No. AT Or?w mt.. fioortMnwa DONT FOH0BT TO CALL ON HMITH, No. 460 Seventh at., to bay yoar CLOTH1NG. SMITH MUi bu eoodt than any ethor U?M?in tow* ?? ?-<BAKKR8' BUTTER IN BALTIMORE.?W? can at all mmom of U? t?i ?up?i? tob with very end* of Batter vorr oho>o?. w? i ?v? <m>? now m low M ten ocnU, ud from that up to the tafcfc, k BBWBS. rn9 ? vo Vf?H?nr* P)?M HkltiaikM rpHE OPERA HAT, juat kmwd, by ?ipr* ar'MMER HATS and CAPS la aburiaao*, at ^RVNK^Vr^NK^ aMBMITyg, N 4*>0 oudAMr>??>, I iilimoP " w? oa"' ?? ? O KT*K*OTT_ MK0IC1NES. D* BALTiMUKf LOCK MOlPITAt, H+* DufmrW lit men (VMw mmd aUy Krm*4f ? tkt We*Id, FOR ALL DlCTiASES OF IMPRl'DENCK. LET NO FALSE DEITCACY PRETEXT. APPLY I MM Kl> ATELY. A CUKE WARRANTED. OR NO CHAEVK, IN FROM ONE TO TWO VAYS VuliiHtfiM Itil.limam A miMm?f i*? lltoin m4 litdait. WMiniur DiacJtarfM. laraiMf. o*r%i Dtkilni. Hirtnti ? . Dftpf'* U L^v hir'ia Cmf??n mf Utw. PtlpttalMa ?fii? Pi?mi OiMmmi. PMM npiWM.iimi, Rm> m Bkn . tlfUMM Wlkt La. fa. Il??<ct * ?lt<M Ttrribi* pMHiiin ft? <K*rr km ?f Taath?kM? Drtadfal u4 DtMrtijit Pntut* ?? ?* n?4*1 Mtrn<|i lapaaaikla. and daairay k*ta Bady 1,4 MM TOCH(. MKIi Bapaai*:'* wba k??? aaca*>? ;a? ?*(!? af h?ui> U-. araadfa u< bakit vlMI . mmmlir ?a an K.UII ? jr.?? .. > !< u? t **?4| M?. ? f fin a.aai tlt*4 wlw u4 bnllul MWllNL tkt mif k! k ? ftlrtac 4 Imu>i?( ItMin viil ik? ilm/tn ' anaaaaaa aa ? * < ta aaaiaty tyra, y II vat mil aaat lnn aiiMi MARJTBD PUfi'H ar lm|MnmiM(Mit>aw rtajt. knnf ittntf p*T?'? I IhImi. H|UI? d*Vtll?y, dafarmmaa. te., (- 4ut car*4 k< <ka BltcM kiaMlf lr4n ? aara af Ot. J May tallftaarif aaaMa ta bu haaar aa a f aailaaaa ?aa awMaailr >Mf pan hn aktll aa a ptiraiaiaa orricK t*? t *o?tb nihil imitr lafk hai.d aid* ffaauf frtK luiaar* r.raai. f?w daaaa ffta Ik a tart, a r Ful m< laaaaar** Mat u< aaakai kaitara at N paid tad aaataia aaiaap. vwL jvmmmrum, Mwktn aftba Beye. inr|>M?. Waadaa. (> ?* >a fran Ml af tkl Mat Ml u> Iba Brltli Iiiim, and til* (fuiii flit af what* Ufa aa ipioi m ika ImEul* of LmIm, Ptra, R>iU<iir).it m< im*k?ri,kw<lc ad ? ?? of Ik* nut ?4>i f cam tbat vara a?aa kaawn; inaf U*aMa4 ?Kb ri. (u ( aa t?a baad and aaia baa aalaaa, fraat oaraaaaoaaa bimt aittaM at aaddaa araada, baahfaioaaa aith fra^aant b:aakm|. atiaadad aaiaa Vaaa Tilt darmnf amaru af mind, vara carad ivnadtaiaia TAKE fAETlCBWAi NOTICE. Ta?a| Maa aad athara at.nMii m)arad ifamaaiaaa bf a banajr pracuca mdi> f ad ir ?hdn alaaa a babat fraqaantip laaraad fraan a?il cairpaniaaa, ar at atbaa , tka adarta af vbtcb ara atfMIy fatt a*an wbai. |aaiaap, aad if aaat carad. randara Barnifa inipoaaibia, ui daairaja kaU and aad bad?, ahoald apply in.nartiata.a 1\?aa ara aaaia aftba aad aad mataacbalp alacu aradaaad br aarla batata af *aatli ait Waabnaaa aftba litl aad Paint ib tkm K#?d, Dtrsnnc f feft.1 Lo? *f M OTO... httt, PtlpiU'id of ih? ifaari,I>ri| i |x> Nixtw UnuMU ty, Doranfomaiil of tkt Dlf oau*a riucVMM. klMn. Dtiillti, fmpiotn* of Ac MK1TALLY ?Ti foarfol afocta at tko nir4 tri KM? la li droadad ? l??i at Womocy, t'oefeewi of I4mi. l><fro?t oo of Apirfta C'tlfHMmp, A varoioo of Sociot*. ft?if Omumil, boa* of loliwii.Tinuiiti, hc.,wi mb* of Ui a?iio p** htti. NUlTOd dm1mtt ttniuia iu it* lodj vkai to Ik* C>mi of thoir dacliou.f fcaalik. loornf ttooir >ifw, *a lo?i( voafe, pa.a, narrow antf ?cwtM, fcaaiaf Mtftul appoira. too iko (HI, cot|l. o> aymptotsa of teeeeepoee DiBtAsu or imprudence Wkon ika mitfai ltd and improdani vonrt of pioaoaoa (otto ka ku imbibad tha J* of tf.io painfa! dboaoo, tt too af.aa Uff?Di ik(( u illttmad aanaa of ottama or droad of d>oco<ory daiari birr from applying to thaoa *ko, from iditiun ui roapaaiability, cu um< bafntod Mm. N folio into to* kkndo of ifnoran: and rfaaifninf : roiondora. obo, wctttklo' ? Alioftk k 10 noruiao* k a a r kia aa.lUa W% VBIIIM, aiVH I'WWIBI j aim u>lli | unit ?*?r Month, or Iwru tba f<l cu ki tk Uuoal, ar.d in tnptu lu<i tin vitb rainad kulll u ?i|l diaapftoiolraant. ac by tba m at thai < >/!; paiaati, Martary. fcaataa lb* canatitauaaal nirrimi af Ihtt mbli diaaaaa. aacta aa Afacuanao'Ui* Heart. Tbraai, Mm, km . Ac rrof raaan.f with rapidity, till daatr pan a partad ia bia draadfhl aafarinf* by aaadinf hia ta that aa WM>ira< eaaotry frw wt>9a* toaroa aa in'aiar ratana DC. JOINIUIIVKBMBPT rOR 1RR4HO WEAKJISM AMD 1MPOTUICT y lb! mat and mraaan raraady tulaaaitfiba argaaa art apaadny carad aai fdll <if*r raatarad Tb waada af Ua Mat narvaoa and dabii'tatad, vaa bad laat all bapa aaaa baaa miaadiataly ral;a*ad All iiapadmaota ta Matriaf*. Pbyaiaal af Maalai DiaoaaJt aatiora. L-aa af Pracraauaa Paaar Nar?aaa IrrnaaiMty Trambtinf ?nd Waabnaaaat Eibaaauar af lb* aaai ftadbl Mad apa**ditj carad. ENDOMEMEHT OF TBI PtM THE MANT TIUVIANUitarad atibia - in'ta wltbia tba laa aa?ar?taaa aaara, and lb* aaaaraia ifnpartaat laiai aal rrartuaaa parfarn-ad by Dr. lal.M*a.*u.aaNd by tta r* par, a ra af tba pa para atd many atbar paraaaa, cauaaa at vhRf ill * imm< aftm ?nd aftn. Ik* ratltc. ki til?? tm full ?? ? fwiiiMt ( chtrtcui ul rtaMM) Milf, m I HAciani fMiuiu w tfe* tiMul |u A-lf Dr. j. bovfe dod's IMPERIAL WIS F. FITTERS, Art now being used from Maine to the Great Ma t Lake, Ml the universal verdict of ill who use t? em either u a m^dtrtm* or t< a bererat*- n that they are anaurpaeeC in the worl<< l?r. !>>d? seed them auroeaafally tn hi* practice for 85 yeera before we purchaaatf of him the eole tight to na.nafaeto'e and preeei.t them lor aaie to the pabiir For the oa e of looip ent Conaumetior,. IndiceeUoa, Dre- i peraia. Plies, Nervosa (fieeaea. Female Con plaiLts and all ohm repairing atonio, they are be vond doubt a moat lnvaluaKe re?* edj. Aside from their mxdieinai properties they are a pore. whole ome and deiightfui Beverage. producing al< the pleasant eihilerating effect* of Brandy or Wine without their injurioa* recul'R. l et all fnaadi of humanity and aii ad voeatea of temparaore %satat u? in aubstituing theae valuable Y-jrwMe Rittera for the mtnrrml prmnmt and a4ntt*ttd Liquet with which Uir oountry la flooded, and Wieref>y af (oo'na.i? ?u<i in tian siiing lumt* and l>r?ftk?M?i from the land. _ _ _ CHARLK5* WIDDIF1F.LD * CO., . Propristors, ? ? \Vil btreot. Now \ ork. J.SCHW'aRZE Agont, Washington, D C. DR. J WOVK? DODT IMPERIAL GIN EITTLHS, For Dimmm cftlM Ki4mm- X *<ld?r wd I'natn (Irfkni. and Atpocia. Ijr for Fenial* OnotracUons. n?Ter fail to ou re. and are warranted to giro sat it taction. CHaRLES WIDDIFIKLD 4 COProprietors, 7* Wt han. St.. New York. J. MCHWARZK. j?7 ly,r Agent, Washington. D. C. Highly important to all: MhS. COX'S INDIAN VEGETABLE VECOCTION. It is vail known that in the Spring poop!* aro more apt to contract dssoase than at ant othor Mrind: eim! ?t i? miia * - - ? ? w , -1 j ? M?-w H I|?I w w?7 to ?ar : off diseaee it to k?ey the hltod pure, for **?U the ilia that AnIi is heir to." viae from ibfin n of the blood, the main princ of our e*ittMo*. is, therefore, lm^ortaiit to all tnat the system shonld be thorouchiv c>*u?'?d and punfced. and this can be don* 10 the most effectua.' wa? by using MRS M. Ctfl'S INDIAN VtOKTABL* DK CQCTION. the b???t rfniNyditcvrrwl for the oor? of diaeaaea of gt . i rysjje'as. *cr?>fnia. Rheama tasm. Nervous Debility, psveri of different kinds. Dyspepsy, Liver Complaint, and all other diseases arumC from impu'lty of the blood 1I has efieoC-d the most rema'kaMe cures, as oar: be shown by numerous certificates from persons of the highest respectability. and is reoommerded by all who have used it aa the mo?t mva.cable remedial aged of the day. \\ It 11 Sold bf ft.!, t Hrnrr ftf O* 1 ?i? w mm u.'iT&t the reaiUence of tint ro?n?*?r. between K,1eo itreet and Centra, ?*ecu? None rename ?i?m her nun* u blown on the bottle and her aeai on the oork. fI7*Pr>oe 91 Kr tattle, aix bottlM for 96. WkoiruLi* Aftnt. R. 8- T. Clean.. l>rncf>"*i Georgetown, D. C., Whoteaale A cent for t*e MB trict. and will tuppj the trade at mj prioea. mar tt tr J8E ALL SUFFICIENT THREE TRIESKnAK, 1, ?, * t, fri'MUi fey Royal LttUrr Patnu Eatlmmd. mm4 ttcwtrtd by tkt Seat* of ih* Etou at Pkarmaet* dt Par**, amd tkt imprwi CelUt* af Utdtrmm, ftfRMt No. I ia inraiaable for exhaaaUon, Spermatorrhea, and all abyaioai dieabi.niea. No. it oMnp'eteiy erad cate* all traaaa of tkoM QiwiiM mat have bMB hitherto trotted b* the aaaee?ua and peruioioaa im of ooperia ud eebeb*. No. 3 baa entirely ttirp.anted the lnjurioaa of mercury. thereby irannut to the eofferer t relief. diaeerainc all lmpnritiea. ud rooting om the enom ofd teeaee. TK 1 A K Not, l.tud Xjkre prepared la the form of a losecgr. dev?id of ta*W end avail, mm oau be earned it the wamUnta' pookel Sold id ba oaftea. and divuferf into a^pa'ate d ae#. a* admit.atered b? Valaeau,Lallemand. R-ux. Kioora, ka. Pnoe $8 fftch, or roar ow?r for $9 which mtm ?v and is #*7 oaaea. whereby tnere la a oaviaf of #*. To be had, wholesale and retail, of Pr. BAlROw. 1*4 Bleeeker atreet, foar doora beiow MoDoagal atreet. New York, immediately or. reoeirinj % re iittaiioe, Dr. Barrow will forward the Tneaaaar to acj part of the world, aeonrelj packed, aad addresaec aooortiinr to the irntrnntinin ?? Sold liio W ST CALVERT"FORD,' Jt~ wimk'tacton. P. C. w Mm Ci,0T.ol^pV^ASh. ss?i.. ?m:,,iris?bV;3s5 KA?-IT8 CURB. With t&mr eLO,c*d, Mdrf*?, in ml dance, your Irier.d. ft f. ru.e- tuferer, MMf nn* *Y'unfvAWi. Chariwrtowu. Mm POR ST AMPIN* _ AdO?A PACKET OF PAPBR jj ^ AND ENVELOPES NU TO MATCB. *^U ADOr w ** MIAVWU METROPOLITAN BOORtfTORB. 4 ^ PH1LP * SOLOMONS. 279 T,2gS?$'>- 206 8t?t*bfie'renBrtli? to hi* N?t More? fiSfSI* Si' i&tt&LTZi- g^rpSS* e M**tnor4?n(N?vtn?rCotM?M ofkM0*1 Hi*' elHW M IWtf IlittM" ?Kr?wr mm > #2QXft.MMT.M_lPIM* vmt SPEIN? *y

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