Newspaper of Evening Star, September 5, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated September 5, 1855 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. X40HT OF TKK AGED. An old nun sat la the ran set gold, By the door of the cottage low; HI* soft white hair, his reverent air, His holy smile, all told His work was finished belew. Children played at the old man's feet, Three gsnda, blue-eyed girla; Their mother had pliyed in the cottage shade, With footsteps light and fleet, And waving golden curia. His heart was warm to that little hand, Bright in the setting sun, And he said, ''Oh, Lord, 1 trust thy word, I see the promised land, And 1 know my work is done. I thankth** for the pleasant waya in which my feet Lav* irodj 1 bless for all, Wh great and small, But moit for ?!iese 1 praise Thy gbodness, on, my God!" Then ? matron stepped from the cottage door, A matron fair to see: Her hand he laid on the old man's head; "Father, 1 thank God o'er and o'er, But olers him most for thee!" Diabolical Act ?On Wednesday night, be tween six and seven o'clock, ad a gravel train was backing down the Lafayette road, some four or live tniles from tho city, at a point near Crooked Creek, where the track runs for some distance upon piles, the train ran over some obstruction placed upon the road, and was thrown off, severely injuring one man and hurting two or three others considerably. * ourteen cars werethrown off out of seventeen. On examining the track, it was found that some one had laid a heavy plank across it and it had evidently been done but a few minute as the gravel where the board had been lying on the embankment was still damp, marking the outlines distinctly, and moreover a train had passed up without accident only an hour before. As the evening train with a very large number of passenger* returning from the convention was expectcd op abont tbe time the gravel train came down, there is good reason to suspect that some inhuman scoundiel did it with the purpose of killing, it is impossible to guess, how m.tny persons. The destruction of life would have been unparaW It lied in the but iry of railroad disaster*. The plank wae placed where the train would have been thrown not down an embankment, but sheer down the ground a considerable dis tance. And with the hundreds of persons crowding the cars ^ there were probably a thous and on the tiain) the destruction would have been appalling beyond parallel. As fourteen heavily loaded gravel cars were thrown off. we can hardly doubt that every pafeenger car would have been hurled with terrific force against the ground below. We have nevtr been called upon to record a more diabolical act than this. There is a depth of depravity about it that even the poisoning era of Italy cannot equal. Tho paisenger train arrived in a very few moments after the accident to the gravel train, so that it j escape was owing solely to the ac cidental arrival of the grarel cars aj few mi nutes ahead of it.?Indianapolis Journal. Aug. 31*/. Last Moxrtts of a Rcssia* Apkiral ? A letter in the Gazette Militaire, giving an account of the last moments of Admiral Nach imofl at Sebastopol, says: 44 Conscious that his end was approaching, he turned to the sea men by his side, and said,1 My children, never forget to hoist the cross, (i. e. the cross of the Russian flag of war,) at the mainmast in pret ence cf the enemy, as you did at Sinope.' The <ieath of Nachim-.ff ha* put th? garrison of Se vastopol, and especially tho senmen, by whom he was adored, to deepair. Gen. Khroulefl. w.:o rivals him in intrepidity, uttered these wor ld as they placed him in the coffin: -? Mountains of enemies' corpses, brave sea man, anal! be thy monument!" 44 Da budet tak. (Lit it be to,) ehoutcd the regiment, who assisted at the funeral ceremony. A Pbophetic Sosg.?The following is from a soldier's letter printed hy the Kiimarnosk hroiiicle; 44 The other night 1 was on the en tieachinent*. and a good number of us were sitting together amusir-g ourselves. One was *l: o'n? a ?ong called 4 Mary weep no more lor w#; in which occur these beautiful line*? Far. far from thee 1 sleep in death, So, Mary, weep no more for me, wh :d a shell came in and burnt among us, and killed the man while he was singing the song. T never was bo vexed fur any one in my life; it opened his skull completely, and he died in an instant." Leab:ii!*0 THB Rofei.?A sailor, in de acribing his first efforts to becomc nautical *.-id that just at the close of a dark night he was sect aloft to see if he could Bee a light. As he was not a favorite with the lieutenant he was not hailed for some hours. 44 Aloft, there!" at last was heard from the lieutenant! "Ay, ay, air!" 44 Do you see a light?" 44 Yes, sir." 44 What light?" "Daylight, by jingo!" Id?* A witty gentleman of this city, speak ing of a friend who was prcatratod by illness, remarked that 44 he could hardly recover, sinco his constitution was all gone." 44 If his constitution is all cone," said a bystander, *? I do not eee how he lives at all." 41 Oh," responded the wag, 44 he lives on the by-laws." Bufalo Expre*?. tllHiTALI AT rEini'lPlL HOTELS. Willerda'1 HeUl? n. A.ti.c. wnlabs. B Tucker, DC 8 Rudolf A lady, Me B F Flom, Ala G Brega, NV 0 H aim ford, N J T Jenkins A fam'y, Md B Stanley, do J Mekey A lady, do H Vandyke, do W Selden, Pa W Robin, do W Prestcn, NC W Marting & sister, N8 Miss Preston, do H Servale, MY R Jones, Mass B Carpren, Pa Mr Hardy A lady, Tenn Mrs C trpren, do A Rawson, Mass A Weatbrvok.SC W Adams, Va E Rates, NY O Richards, O J Spott, Ky Miss Richards, do J Humphries. La II Armstrong A l?y, NY Miss Humphries, W Lovering, de H Banks A fam'y Ala Mis* Long, do J Thayer, Mass K Rorts, La R Morgan A fam'y, Ala P Mason A lady, Md NV Anderson. NY W Howard, La W Bradley, Mass C Buckley A la'y, NY J Robinson, Ala E Pollock, Pa Er Nash, Pa Mrs MltrheU. Md W Bo'dA lady. NC R Jenkins, fiY Nell, Md Miss Godfrey, do W Garriason A lady. Va J Robbina A fam'y. do H WILton A son, NY J Russell, NY 1 ~trler 4 ladi'' sc E Kennedy, Md G Dnimmer, Va Mrs Barker, NY W Andrews, NY J Boyd. Va G Anderson, Ky S Broadwell, Iji W Godfrey, SC H Ramsay, USN Brevaa* 1 ttsl?7 ?. A * bzown. Dr J Buett, USN C Newton, do J Wilson A fam'y, Neb R Wright, do B Davis, Ga W Peters, do Mrs Morrisson, NC S Segar, do D Lammay, do J Simpkinson, do O Benum A lady, NY C Mallorv, do T Jennings, Va Dr Banks, do J C?>ner A lady. Miss Rev J McCabe, do ? JC? ?w' John Caldwell, SC 111 hoice, SC J Hutchinson, do Miss Connell, Va T Read, Va Mlas Cruse, 8C L Sutton, Md \! u. in!*?'' n c Mackenzie, do ^ UUarmon, C&1 J Johnson \jisa H Herdman. NY CuS^T'li J Johnson, Ala 8 Kirk land NC ? Del Mrs C Desel, SC T Dervoid NC Mrs G Walker do A Jones, Va C Desel, do * orrell, Va F Oreee do P Clements, do A White do J Hicks, do CPtke, Pal F Wiley. NC Miss Howes, do J Langsdar, do J Slllman, Md J BigSaTN Y A W?ki, Va S Caldwell, Pa B Button, do H Johnson A fam y, Va F Hopkins. Pa Mr Stanton, Pa J Johnson, Mass L aited State* Hetel?b. c. hacbkbt R Smith, 6a A Cook, Ky R Vlckers, do Capt N Hook, N Y 1 ^ D Johnson. R1 J Conner A lady, Mich F Hardy, do u n *0?' ^ Johnson, Texas 5 J Loa?blln, NY R Glass, Ala Miss L Jones, do Klrlrweed Meaee?t. a. A a. xibxwoob. T Haddock, Md Mr Sham La JSweeney Aaon.SC H Fleaaaatsj Md A Henry Mass W Lenox ,liC A Glover, N\ J French, do J LR^^oo,La J Nipklns A /anilly, Miscellaneous. [No. 5t?.) By the PrHldfit ?( tie Usited Stales* IN pursuance of law, I. Feakeli* Pisece, President of the United State* of America, do hereby declare and make known that public sales will be held at the undermentioned land offices, in the Teebitory of Minnesota, at the times herein designated, to wit: At the land office at Beowhstille, commenc ing on Monday, the twenty-second day of October next, for the disposal of the public lands situated within the undermentioned townships and frac tional townships, exclusive of the islands In the Mississippi river, vir: North of the bast line and west of the fifth principal meridian. Fractional townships one hundred and one. one hundred and two, one hundred and three, one hundred and four, on the main land, of range three. Township one hundred and one, and fractional townships one hundred and two, one hundred ahd three, one hundred and four, and one hundred and Ave. on the main land, of range four. Townships one hundred and three, one hundred aid four, and one hundred and five, of ranges ./ire, six, and 5eren. Townships one hundred and one. one hundred and three, one hundred and four, and one hundred and five, of range eight. Townships one hundred and one. one hundred and two, one hundred and three, and uue hundred and five, of range nine. Townships one hundred and one, one hundred and two, one hundred and three, one hundred and four, and one hundred and five, of ranges ten, elevtn, twelve, and thirteen. At tbi same place, commencing on Monday, the fifth day of November next, for the disposal of tne public lands within the undermentioned townships, to wit: North of the base line and vest of the fifth principal meridian. Townships one hundred and one, one hundred and two, one hundred and three, one hundred and four, and cue hundred and five, of range four teen. Townships one hundred and three, one hun dred and four, and one hundred and five, of range fifteen. Townships one hundred and one and one hun dred and five, of range sixteen. Township* one hundred and one, one hundred and two, and one hundred and three, of range seventeen. Townships one hundred and one. one hundred and two, one hundred and three, one hundred and four, and one hundred and five, of ranges eigh teen, nineteen, twenty, twenty-one, and twtnly two. At the same plack, commencing on Monday, the nineteenth day of November next, for the disposal of the public lands within the following named townships, viz : ? North of the base line and west of the fifth principal meridian. Townships one hundred and two, one hundred and three, one hundred and four, and one hundred and five, of range twenty-three. Townships one hundred and one, one hundred and two. one hundred and three, one hundred and four, and one hundred and five, of ranges twenty f'tur, twenty-five, twenty-six, twenty-seven, and twenty-eight. Townships one hundred and one. and one hun dred and five, of range ruvnty-nim. Townships one hundred and two and one hun dred and five, of range thirty. Townships one hundred and one, one hundred and two, and one hundred and Ave, of ran;re thirty-one. * At the land office at Wisosa, commencing on Monday, the twenty-ninth day of October next. for the disposal of the public lands within the undermentioned townships and fractional town ships, exclusive of the islands in the Mississippi river, to wit: North of the base line and west of the fifth prin cipal meridian. Fractional township one hundred and six, on the main land, of range Jive. Fractional townships one hundred and six and one hundred arid seven, on the main land of range six. Township one hundred and six, and fractional townships one hundred and seven and one hun dred anu eight, on the main land, of range jfren. Townships one hundred and six and one hun dred and seven, and fractional township one hun dred and eight, on the main land, of ranges eight and nine. Townships one hundred and six, one hundred and seven, and one hundred and eight, of ranges ten. eleven, twelve, thirtetn. fourteen and fifteen. Township one hundred and six, of range six teen. Townships one hundred and six, one hundred and eight, one hundred and nine, and one hun dred and ten, of range seventeen. Townships one hundred and six, one hundred and seven, one hundred and eight, one hundred and nine, and one hundred and ten, of range eighteen. At the ?a*k place, commencing on Monday, the twelfth day of November next, for the dis posal of the public lands within the following townships and parts of townships, viz : North of the base line and west of the fifth, principal meridian. Townships one hundred and six, one hundred and seven, one hundred and eight, one hundred and nine, and one hundred and ten, of ranges nineteen and twenty. Townships one hundred and six, one hundred and seven, and one hundred and eight of ranges IVC' my-one and twenty-two. Townships one hundred and six, (except sec tions fix, seven, eighteen, nineteen, and thirty, in the Wiiinebago reservation,) one hundred and seven, (except sections six, seven, eighteen, nine teen, thirty, and thirty-one, in the reservation.) and one hundred and eight, (except section thirty one in the reservation.) of range twenty-three. Township one hundred ana eight, (except sec tions tb;rty-one, thirty-two, thirty-three, thirty four, thli tv-five, and thirty-six, In the Winnebago reserve, of range twenty-four. Town>hips one hundred and six, one hundred aid seven, one hundred and eight, and one hun dred and nine; of ranges twenty-tight and twenty nine. Townships one hundred and six, one hundred and nine, and one hundred and ten, of rar."e thirty. ' Townships one hundred and six, one hundred and seven, cne hundred and eight, one huydred ?nd nine, and ene hundred and ten, of ran"e thirty-one. At the land office at Red Wis?, commencing o? Monday, the twenty-ninth day of Octobtr next, for the disposal of the public lands within the following named townships and fractional townships, exclusive of the Islands in the Missis sippi river, viz: North of the base line and west of the fifth principal meridian. Fractional townships one hundred and thirteen and one hundred and fourteen, on the maiu land, of range fifteen. Township one hundred and thirteen, and frac tional townships one hundred and fourteen and one hundred and fifteen, on the main land, of range sixteen. '1 own.-thips one hundred and eleven, one hun dred and twelve, one hundred and thirteen and one hundred and fourteen, and fractional township one hundred and fifteen, on tLo main land, tf ranges seventeen and eighteen. Townships one hundred and eleven, one hun dred and twelve, one hundred and thirteen, and one hundred and fourteen, and fractional township one hundred and fifteen, of ranges nineteen and twenty. Townships one hundred and thirteen and one hundred and fourteen, and fractional township one hundred and fifteen, of range twenty-one. Townships one hundred and fourteen and one hundred and fifteen, of range twenty-two. Townships one hundred and thirteen, one hun dred and fourteen, aud one hundred and fifteen, of range twenty-three. Township, one hundred and thirteen and oue hundred and fourteen, of range twtnty-four. Township one hundred and eleven, of ranpe thirty-one. At the land office atMinsEAPoLis, commencing on Monday, the twenty-second day of October next, for the disposal of the public lands situated within the undermentioned towiiships and frac tional townships, viz: North of the base line and west of the fifth principal meridian. Fractional townships one hundred and sixteen and one hundred and seventeen, west of the Fort Snelling reserve, of range twenty-one. Townships one hundred and sixteen and one hundred and seventeen, of range twenty-two. At the same time place, forthedisposal of the public lands in the following named town 8hips.(exclusive of the islands in the Mississippi river,) of which the portions situated within the former military reserve at Fort Snelling are to be "old. in accordance with the provisions of the act of ?th of August, 1652, entitled " An act to re duce and define the lioundaries of the military reserve at the St. Peter s river, in the Territory of Minnesota,'' and which are not subject to pre emption claims, to wit: North of the base line and west of the fourth principal meridian. Fractional townships twenty-seven and twenty eight, west of the Mississippi river, of range twenty-two. Fractional townships twenty-seven, twentv eight, and twenty-nine, wer. of the Mississippi river, of ranges twenty-three and twenty-four. At the land office at Save Rapids, commencing ?" -Monday, the fifth day of November next, toi the dispowl of tne public lands In the following named townships and fractional townships, viz: Ntrth of the hate line and west of the fourth principal meridian. Township forty, of range twenty-eight. Township thirty-five, of range twenty-nine. . thirty-seven, and thirty eight, ef range thtrtp. 3 Townships thirty-eight,thlrty-nlns, forty, forty one. and forty-two, of range thirty-one. Fractional townships thirty-eight, thirty-i4n* forty, forty-oue, and forty-two of range thirtu ns?. ?t the land offleeat Stillwatbb, oommencing on Monday, the dmy of November next, for the disposal of the public lands within the eadormentloaed township* and fractional towa stiips. to wit: North of the base line and west of the fourth printipal meridian. Fractional township forty-one, west of the St. Croix river, of range sixteen. Fractional township forty-one, west of the St. Croix river, and township forty-two, of range seventeen. F rational townships forty, west of the St. Croix river, and township forty-one and fbrty-two, of range eighteen. t ractional townships thirty-eight, thirty-nine, and forty, west of the St. Croix river, of range nineteen. Island on lot six, of Motion thirty-two, In town j ship twenty-nine, of range twenty-two. Township forty, of range twenty-seven. Lands appropriated by law for the use of schools, military and other purposes, trill be excluded from tne sales. The offering of the above lands will be commen ced on the days appointed, and will proceed In the order In which they are advertised, with all con venient despatch, until the whole shall have been otfered and the sales thus cloned; but no sale shall be kept open longer than two weeks, and no pri vate entrv of any of the lands will be admitted un til after the expiration of the two weeks. Given under my hand, at the city of Washing ton, this twentieth day of July, anno Domini ene thousand eight hundred and fifty-five. FRANKLIN PIERCE. By the President: JOHN HOOD, Acting Commissioner of the General Land Office. NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. Every person entitled to the right of pre-emption to any of the lands within the townships and part* of townships above enumerated is required to es tablish the same to the satisfaction of the register and receiver of the proper land office, and make payment thereof as soon as practicable After see ing this nottce, and before the day appointed for the commencement of the public sale of the lands embrariug the tract claimed; otherwise such claim will be forfeited. JOHN HOOD, Acting Commissioner of General Land Office. Jy 25? law!3w Information for Travelers. ORANGE tc ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. ORE AT SOUTHERN MAIL LINE! rpwiCE daily between WASHINGTON and A the SOUTH, eta ALEXANDRIA, 60R DONSVILLE and RICHMOND?no night line on Sunday. Leave Washington # before 8 o'clock a m Leave Alexandria If " 7 "am Leave Washington # " 7 " p m Leave Alexandria % " 8 " pa FARE* BT NIGHT LIKI. From Washington and Alexandria, to Gor donsvllle S3 25 Fr>in Gordon.sville to Richmond 2 25 Travelers will find the morning line the cheap eat, most pleasant and expeditious route to the Greenbrier White Sulphur, Fauqnler White Sul ?T ** ' ? ' ? " ? '8 Cave, Natural Bridge, Luruy, New Mariet. Mid dlebur^, Ac. VAHES BT MOBNlK? LINE : Fif ? Alexandria to Warrenton, - - $2 00 " " Gordonsvilie, - 3 50 " " Charlottesville, ? 4 50 " " Staunton, ? ? ? 00 " " Strasburg, - ? 3 50 " " Winchester, - - 3 50 ? ? Luray, - ? - 4 25 " " New Market, - 5 00 ? ? Middleburg, - - 8 25 OMNI BUSES and BAGGAGE WAGONS will be at the Depot of the Washington Railroad, to convey passengers and baggage to the Steamboat, for ALEXANDRIA, a distance of 0 miles, allow ing ample time for meals. H. W. VANDEGRIFT, Jy 14^ Gen. Snpt _ BY RAILROAD DIRECT TO THE WEST. tirWi 1Hl?. Tine between Washington and Wheeling v bnt 17% hours ! Running Time between Washington and Cincinnati 27 boors !! THROBGH TICKETS AND PASSAGE CHBCgf TO BE HAD IN WASHINGTON. THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAIL ROAD having greatly Improved its Western connections, now oilers the fullest inducements io Travellers between WASHINGTON, BALTI MORE, and all portions of the WfcST, NORTH WEST, and the SOUTHWEST. Theconnection betweepdbe Trains from Wash ington and the Trains bound West from Balti more Is always promptly made at the Washington Junction (lately called the Relay House) 9 miles from Baltimore. Tbis is the only change of cars required between Washington and the fihio river. Baggage is checked through to Wheeling at the WTasnlngton Station, and rechecked ana trans ferred there, (with the passengers) without charge, for those holding Through Tickets for points l>e yond. The connecting Trains leave Washington daily at * a. m. and 4J< p. m. On Sundays at the latter hour only. At WHEELING direct connection is made with the trains of tte CENTRAL OHIO RAIL ROAD, running from Bellaire, on the Ohio, near Wheeling, through Cambridge, Zanesvlile, and Newark, to COLUMBUS. These trains connect at Newark with the cars of the Newark, Mansfield and Sandusky Railroad for Sandusky, Toledo. Detroit, Chicago. St. Louis, etc. At COLUMBUS the C O. Railroad trains con nect with the fast trains ot the Little Miami Rail road to Xenia, Cincinnati, Louisville, etc. At XENIA (on Little Miami Railroad) connection is formed with the trains through Dayton, to Indian apolis, Terre Haute, Lafayette, Chicago, Rock Island, St. Louis, etc. IJjT Passengers holding Through Tickets for Memphis. Vicksburg, Natchtx, New Orleans, etc., which are also sold at Washington?are trans ferred at Cincinnati to the Mail ikeamers on the Ohio. Tickets for Evansviile, Cairo, and St. Louis are sold by this route. Sry For CLEVELAND, and via Cleveland to Tcledo. Detroit, Chicago, etc., tickets are sold, when the Ohio Is navigable between Wheeling and Wellsville (forty miles) where a connection with the Cleveland and Pittsburg Railroad Is Travelers are requested to notice that while this is the only route affording Through Tickets and Checks in Washington, it is also the shortest, most speedy, and direct to nearly all the leading points in the great West. The distance from Washington to Cincinnati is but 653 miles, being about 100 miles shorter than by any* other route! FARE. BY THROUGH TICKET, PROM WASHINGTON :?To Wheeling, $9 50; Colum bus, $13 <V5: Dayton, S15 50; Cincinnati, $1? 00: Louisville, by railroad, SIS #5, bystcaa?sr from Cincinnati, $18 00; Indiana?:is, $17 50; Cleve land, $12 50; Toledo, $15 80; Detroit, $15 90; Chicago, evo 65 and $'1S 50; St. Louis, $28 50 and $25; Memphis. $28: New Orleans, $31; etc. jrrFOR FREDERICK AND HARPER S FERRY,MARTINSBURG. CUMBERLAND, BERKLEY SPRINGS, BEDFORD SPRINGS, PIEDMONT, OAKLAND, and FAIRMOUNT, pa-tengers may Lave Washington at P a. m. or p. m. For the minor way stations between Baltimore and Wheeling, take 6 a. m train from Washington. \LT For trains to and from Baltimore, Acapolls. etc jtee special advertisements. UT*For further Information. Through Tickets, AOj apply to THOMAS H PARSONS, Agent, ct Wtrtlagton Station. JOHN H. DONE, Master of Transportation, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Baltimore, may 3?tf THE POTOMAC RIVER ITEAMBUAT COMPANY'S STEAMER ALICE C. PRICE, CAPT SAMUEL BAKER, 1 WILL LEAVE WASHINGTON AT SIX o'clock a. m., and ALEXAN- ? .11' ? w DRIA at 7 o'clock, a. m.? On TUESDAY MORNINGS?For Mattox, Currioman, L. Machodoc, Piaey Point, Klusale, and Cone. On FRIDAY MORNINGS-ForChapel Point, Wicomico, Leonardtown, Piney Point, St. Mary's and Cone. On WEDNESDAY, jfreturning)?Leave Cone at 4 o'clock, a. m.,for St. Mary's, Piney Point, Leonardtown, Wicomico, and Chapel Point. On SATURDAY, (returning)?Leave Cone at I o'clock, a. m., for Klnsale, Piney Point, L. Ma chodoc, Currioman, and Mattox. The A. C. Price will call at the usual landing* on the river when signals are made. By order of the Board: JAMES P. SMITH, President. Alexandria, Va., Jane 1.1855. Je 15?tf STEAMBOATS CONNECTING ~ WITH EACH TRAIN OF CARS ARRIV ing in Washington or Alexan dria?The Steamers TH(jS. COL YER or GEORGE WA^INGTC., the above connections, leading Washington at # a. in., for the Orange and Aiex&drla Cars, and con nect with the same train on their arrival. irr M EALS furnished on the boats The Boats connect with all the trains from Bal timore. SAM'L 6EDNEY, Captain, may 17?tf FOR MOUNT VERNON. ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.?FARE, round trip, $1; from Alexandria _ ^lt ? ^ 75 cents ?Tne steamer THOMAs??33Ej? COLLYER leaves Washington at d, and ? "ia? drla at 9% o'clock. Coaches leave the Capitol foi the boat at 8* o'clock. Coach fare 10 cents Per wishing the coaches will leave their resident* arit). George A Thomas Parker. l ;?itti (ieorge a l nomas ttuker Ri fr?Mibmeats on the boat. SAM'L GfcDNJSY, , Information jor Traveler*. CAJVAL ricm LINE TO P013TT OW bocks. mHB Canal Packet CONGRESS having "d being removed and horse power surwJTT lii.vfwnn s^ssssrss'Mtm b*n~a av^ NESDAYS and FRlDAYSat7 o'clock a! m: a?< the Point of Rocks for Georgetown on TUES DAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS at the same hour, stopping at the different landings along t he 11m for the reception find landing of p&ASGnjfCT* and freight, going and returning. f ?- n, - oini u i a. m., Know lan's Ferry at 7*, MonocacyS, Edward's Ferry 11, Seneca 1, Great Fall* 3#, and arrive at George town at 7 p. m. Passage through either way f2. Meals served regularly on board the boat at mod "jeaCS" CHARLES MERRILL, Capt. WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAdT CHANGE OF HOURS.?On and after Mon day, the 83d instant, the Trains will Leave Washington at 8 and 9# a. in., and 3 and in. _ Sunday at 4)f p. m. Leave Baltimore at 4 jtf and 9% a. m . and 3 and m Sunday at 4# a m. ap83?tr T. H PARSONS. Agent the NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES aSSfiL^AlL STEAMERS. HHHE SHIPS COMPRISING THJ3 LINE -L are the ATLANTIC, Captain Wett, PACIFIC, Captain Nye, BALTIC. Captain Corns took, _ . ADRIATIC, Captain Grafton. ? n6w8hlp8 have been built by contract, express ly for Government service; every care has been taken In their construction, as In the engines, to insure strength end speed, and their accommoda tions for passengers are unequalled for elegance and comfort. raicv ot PAtsaai. From New York to Liverpool, In intcabia, 8129 Second cabin, 7? Exclusive use of extra sixe state rooms, - so? From Liverpool to New York, - iso and *20 An experienced 8urgeon attached to each ship. Ne berth can be secured until paid for. Foff freight or passage apply to EDWARDR. COLLINS ft CO.. 58 Wall street, New York. BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO , ? ? ? Liverpool, E. 8. ROBERTS A CO 13 King's Arms Yard. I.ondoa. JOHN MUtfROE A CO., >6 Rue Notre Dame des Victoir*?, Paris GEORGE E. DRAPER, Ilara. The owners of these tbipe 'rill not be accounta ble for gold, silver, bullion, specie, Jewelry, pre cious stones, or metals, unless bills of lading are signed therefor, and the value thereof therein ex pressed. n0T Id ly ALEXANDRIA * WASHINGTON BOATS. THE Steamer GEORGE WASHINGTON will leave at the following hours. __ -fr""** w Fare l'JW cents. -TV V LT The THOMAS COLLYER, wheTnot^heT ways engaged, will make trips on the route at al ternate hours. and^ve WasWngton at 6,8, 9*, 11#, 2*, 4, 5*, Leave Alexandria at 7, 9, 19*, 1*, 3*, 4*, and P? ??The Boat will leave Alexandria at lk r, m , or immediately on the arrival of the cars JyT?d JOB CORSON Captain. TO ALL THAT VALUE THPTR SISKT. WISHES to call the attention to all that suffer with defective sight, caused by as*e, sick ness and particularly from sjlasses injudiciously Ll" BUl,erl0' SPECTACLES and UL.ASSES carefully ground by hinruself to a true spherical accuracy, and brilliant transparency, suited precisely and beneficially to the wearer ac cording to the concavity or convexity of the eye Very numerous are the iU effects caused to the precious organ of sight from the commencement of using glasses in not being precisely suited, by the use of an Optometer; and liie practice of nunyr years, enables him to measure the focal disease of the eyes, and such glass?* that are absolutely re quired will be furnished with precision aud satis faction. J. T acknowledges the very liberal encourage ment already obtained, and further solicits thepa tronage of those that have not yet availed them selves of his aid. Persons that cannot conveniently call, by send ing the glasses in use, and stating Low many inches they can read this print with their specta cles, can be supplied with such that will improve their sight. Innumerable testimonials to be s?en; and ?efer ences given to many who have derived the greatest ease and comfort from kl? glasses Circulars to be had gratfi/at his office. No. 512 beventh street, three dcors from Odd Fellows' Hall, up stairs. air Nobvolk, September7,1854. 81r?1 be bpectacles you made for me suit very well, and seem to have improved my si^ht more than any other 1 have lately tried I V . HTT W TAZEWELL. "led a pair of Spectacles obtained from Mr. Tobias, and find them of greet assistance to my sight, and corresponding with his description of the focua. I recommend him as a skillful opti ci"- _ HENRY A. WISE. # i 'u j ' ?The pair of Spectacles yen furnished me yesterday are particiJarly satisfac tory to me. Tney are very decidedly the best I possess, and I am the owner of eight or nine pair, carefully selected in different places and fromoo ticians rocommended to me on account of their prcfeeslonal standing in England, France and the United States. I have been also pleased with your remarks and directions on the treatment of ing t?e*'lf?htthC ^ur^x>se ?' Prescnrlog and iirpr&v Respectfully, yonrs, CHAS. CALDWELL, Professor of M. C., Louisville, Ky. ,, . . _ Lvhchbuko, Nov. 10, 1864. Mr. John Tobias having furnished me with Glasses by which I have been greatly aided (my vision having suffered greatly from reading ,-u night in my earlier life) it affords me the hiiihest pleasure to say that I consider him a skillful prac tical optician, and well prepared to aid those who may need his professional services WM. B. ROUZIE, Elder of Methodist Conference. .. , Wilminoto.v, N. C., Jan. 27, l"i54. ?Mr. .J. Tobias : Dear Sir?I am happy to say that the Spectacles which I obtained from you lai week are entirely satisfactory. From an inequal ity in the visual ntnge of my eyes, I have hereto fore found great diiffculty in getting glasses of the proper focal distance. It aifords me pleasure to fctato that, by the aid of your optometer, this diffi culty has been happily obviated so thr.t the glasses vcu furnished me aredecidedly the best adapted le By eyes of any I have ever yet used. Very respectfully, yours, R B.DRANE, Rector of St. James'Parish. Department of Interior, May 7,1S55 From natural deftscts and the unequal range of ?>? r7f^) I hare been compelled to mm glaties for 2f?!5. ? 1 tru<1 different opticians without obtaining glasses perfectly ftted to mv eyee. Four month* since Mr. Tobias made two pairs especially for me, which I have found to serve me perfectly. By the use of his optometer he is enabled to adapt Glares minutely to the ?ve I most cheerfutly recommend Mr. Tobias to ali having occasion to useglasaes, and bear my testi ?ony as to his skill as In optician HENRY E. BALDWIN, Assist. Sec'y to algn Land Warrants. jy IB?tf ONE HUNDRED MORlT OF those su|>erior Magnolia Hams, and proba bly all that will be received this seasonVthey are cured in Maryland according to the old home stead receipt, the quality of which U unsurpasK.'d if equalled, by any other ever introduced here To be had only at my store. Also, a fresh lot of that peculiarly fine selected and standard Black Tea at 50 cents a pound, which I have Introduced. It is sold only by myself and is now extensively known in the District New comers and others who have not y? used it are re ferred to the leading members of the Faculty of Washington and Georgetown. Samples furnished gratuitously. Bay Water at 25 cents per bottle, or S2 75 per doxen. For bathing purposes it is as cheap m common spirits. ^ ** passed varieties' of choice G?owi2 Jy 25 - tf *tW nortbea*t Jackson Statue. bave just received cusIlSSrhTf. .S*of Gentlemen's b^t colored Shirts, which we wiU dispose of at the lowest New York prices m D WALL * STEPHENS. au 3 tf xveous, next door .0 Iron Ilall. lit?ABa BOORS of all kinds aad sizes for sale , Bl unnBuaily low prices Jy? FRANCE TAk'LOK., Medical. INHALATION vol m eni o? ? ASTHMA AND COHSTTMPT10* NEW AND TERY WONDERFUL J ! I tirnffci k?a? U Ut deer *f Um MUUra ? A WONDERFUL diKomr has recently bM ?**. mad* by Dr. Curtis, of thin city, la the treat ment of Consumption, Asthma, and all diseaiws of the Lungs We refer to Dr CURTIS'S HY GEANA. or INHALING HYOEAN VAPOR AND CHERRY SYRUP. With this new me thod, Dr. C. has restored many affile led ones to health, as an evidence of whfrh he has Innumera ble oertllcates. Speaking of the treatment, a phy sician remarks, "It Is evident that Inhaling?con stantly breathing an agreeable, healing vapor?the medicinal properties must come In direct eon tart with the whole erlal cavities of the lung*, and thus escape the many and varied changes p'oduoed upon them when Introduced Into the stomach, ??wi subject to the process of digestion.?? The Hyge ana is for sale at all the Druggists throughout t\i? country -N. T. DvtekmmJmm. 14. The Inhaler is worn on the breast under the lln i, without the least Inconvenience?the heat of the body being su?eient to evaporate the iuid Hundreds of cases of cures, like the following might be named. One package of the Hygeana has eured me el the Asthma of dx years su^dins. J. F. KEESBERRY, P. M. of Duacannon, Pa. I am cored of the Asthma of tea years1 standie? by Dr. Curtls's Hygeana. MARGARET EASTON, Brooklyn, N. Y. MRS. PAUL, of No. 6 Hammond street, N. Y., as cured of a severe case of Bronchitis by tk - Hygeana. My sister has been cued of a distressing cough of several years' standing, and decided to be fr. curable by the physicians She was cured la one month by the Hygeana. J. ii. GACDKRT, P M Richmond, Me. The Rev Dr CHF.EVER. of New York, testl ftes of our medicine In the following language: Nsw Yoaa, Nov. IS, la5<. Dear Sir: I think highly of Dr. Curtls's Hvge ana as a remedy In diseases of the throat and iun^s Having had some opportunity to testify its effica cy, 1 am convinced tnat It Is a most excellent rem edy, both the Syrup and the Inhaling application to the chest. Prof. S. CENTER writes us as follow*: : Gentlemen?I have recently had occasion to test your Cherry Syrup and Hyg'ean Vapor, iaaca^ j of chronic sore throat, that "bad refused to vteld ? Other forms of^tnaent, and the result has s&t!?. lied me that, whatever may be the composition of vour preparation, it Is no impo*ltfct*,but an eical lent remedy. I wish, for tbe sakcef Ikr afflicted, that it might be brought within Qe irek of all DR JOHNS, one of the most Cflhfcttai Physi cians in New York writes as fcjm: ;CcaTis?Dear Sir?Having witnessed the excellent eflects of your Hygeana or Inhaling H> gean Vapor and Cherry Syrup, la case of Chronic Bronchitis, aud being much in fitter of counter ir ritation in affections of the throat. Bronchial tul-e and lungs, 1 can therefore cheerwBy recommend your Medicated A pa rat u* as beinjj the roo?t con venient and effectual mode of applying anything of the kind 1 have ever seen. No doi:bt thousands ef persons may be relieved, and many cured, by Using your medicines. 1 must here be allowed to confess that lam op posed to prescribing or using secret compoundk. but this little neatly contrived article, and its ef fects in the case above alluded to, have induced me to speak in its favor \ ou are at liberty to use this It. any way you may think proper. Respectfully, yours, Ac , C. JOHNS, M D.. No 609 Houston street, N. Y. Price three dollars a package. Sold by CURTIS t PERKINS and BOYD A PAUL, 149 Chambers St., N. Y. Four packages sent free to any part of the Uni ted States for ten dollars. N. B ?Dr. Cuitis:s Hygeana Is the ORIGINAL and ONLY GENUINE ARTICLE; ell other* are base imitations, or vile and Injurious coimter feits. Shun them as you would POISON For sale In Washington by CHAS. STOTT. Pa. avenue, near 7th street, aad J. B. MOORE' In the First Ward. may 24??nj CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. THE GREAT PURIFIER OF THE BLOOD' SOT A PARTICLE Of KBKCVRT lW IT. AN INFALLIBLE REMEDY for Scrofula. King's Evil, Rheumatism. Obstinate Cutane ous Eruptions, Pimples or Pustules on the face, Blotches, Boils, Chronic Sore Eye? Ring Worm or Tetter, Scald Head. Enlargement and J\i in of the Bones and Joints, Stubborn Uken, Sy philitic Disorders, Lumbago, Snlnal Com Juaints, and all the diseases arudii" frons an In ? udicious use of Mercury, Imprudeace In Lif< ! or Impurity of the Blood. rpHIS VALUABLE MEDICINE, which hr? ; become celebrated for the number cf extraor dinary cures, effected through Its agency. ha* in- ! Raced the proprietors, at the urgent request of :h?? ? friends, to offer It to the public, which th??y do ! the utmost confidence In its virtues and w.?n. ! d?ful curative properties. The following cerUa c&??n. selected from a large number, tre, however, : htrocgef testimony than the mere word of the pro {'rletors ? and are all from gentlemen well know n their localities, and of the highest rcspectabili ? Pty, many of them residing In the City cf R'h- ' mend, Va. F. BORDEN, Esq., of the Exchange Hotel, Richmond, known everywhere, savs he his seen the Medicine called Canita's Sfawieh Mix Tana, administered in over a hundred cases, la neaily all the disease* for which it Is recommend ed, with the mcst astonishingly good results Ha says It Is the most extraordinary medicine he ha.; ever seen. AGUE AND FEVER? GREAT CURE?I hereby certify thnt for three years I had Ague and Fever of the most violent description. 1 had sev eral Physician*, took laive quantities of Quinine, Mercury, and 1 believe all the Tonics advertised, but all without permanent relief. At last 1 tried Carter's Spanish Mixture, two bottles of wl lch effectually cured me, and I am happy to sr.y 1 have had neither chills or fevers since. I ?.oa elder it the beat Tonic in this world, and the only I medicine that ever reached mv case. JOHN LON6DKN. Baa via Ditch, near Richmond, Ye. C. B. LUCK, Esq., now In the city cf Rich- i mond, and for many years In the Post Office, has such confidence In the astonishing efficacy of Car ter's Spanish Mixture, that he has bought nn )^r^iiwf^boitiesVw%h he given twnv to the afflicted. Mr. Luck says he has never known it to fail when taken according to directions. Dr. MINGE, a practising Physician, and for merly of the City Hotel, la tue citv of Rictmond, says he aos witnessed la a number of instances the eifecu of Carter's Spanish Mixture, which were moat truly surprising. He says in a case of Consumption, dependent on the Liver, the eocd ejects were wonderful lndt^d SAMUEL M DRINKER , of the firm of Drin aer 4 Morris, Richmond, was cured of Liver Complaint of threw years standing, by the one of two bottles of Carter s Spanish Mixture. GREAT CURE OF SCROFULA?The E41 tors of the Richmond Republican bad a ten-ant employed In their press room, cured cf violsat Scrofula, combined with Rheumatism, which en tirely disabled him from work. Two bottles of Carter's 8naniah Mixture made a perfect cur? cf him, and the Editors, In a public notice, say th*v "cheerfully recommend it to all who are aJhictid with any disease of the blood." STILL ANOTHER CURE OFSCROtVLA. I had a very valuable boy cured of Scrofula bv Carter's Spanish Mixture. I consider It truly a valuable medicine. JAMES M. TAYLOR Con duclor ou the R. F. and P. R. R. Co., Richmond STANn Tsfrrffr n Tk,TWEXTY YEARS ai?4 CLRED.?Mr. JOHN THO.MP FeS the city of Richmond, was cured by three bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, of Salt Rheum, which he had for nearly twenty years, and which all the physicians erf the clu ,c??- Mr. Thompson isa vSl^S most^SikLbte 7 ?i^m?nd,and his cure is WM. A. MATTHEWS, of Richmond had a ?k SfP11111*' the worKt fonn, by Mixture. He says he cheerfully recommeads it, aad considers it a very invaluable medicine. EDWIN BURTON, commissioner of the rere nne, say* he has seen the good effects of Carter's Spanish Mixture in a number of Svphillde caaes ^d says it is a perfect cure for that horrible dis WM. O. HARWOOD, of Richmond, cured of old Sores and Ulcers, which disabled him from walking. Took a few bottles of Carter"* Spanish Mixture, and was enabled to walk without a crutch In a short time permanently cured. ' Principe! Depots at M WARD, CLOSE AGO No. 88 Maiden Lane. New York. ? T. W. DYOTTASONS.No. 182 North S??nrf street. Philadelphia. ^ Sceond BENNETT \ BEERS, No. IJ5 * ain Richmond, Va. ' * A-iUn And for sale by CHARLES STOTT ton, D C.; HENRY PEEL Al?r.\3u. Droggists everywhere. ' cx-lA<i'l*j andby We, or all bottles for 95 WAT No. 330 Pe )!k 'UiWA ifr?is, IIS,JeWeUa* / kiad .f r-pairs i> 17?JCl Medical. niTATI MKSlCiL fElATIO fHOOfOPSlC^I?T|Vw or XA11UCK, m. B. LA CROIX, M. 9.1 ALBANY, If. T.t CT-MOPiff** Fln#? PUbl Lithograph* ui Plataa met Mir Tw?*ty-riT? cnn. Smi Phi of P?stf* M ?/ 1 CHEAPEST BOOK EVE* fIBLHW? aad ooatalBlag Marly doable the quality of KM ing matter la that of the fTVtY CENT OR DOL LAR PUBLICATIONS. It treat* on the PHYSIOL OGY OF MARRIAGE, ant the Secret Infirmities, and Disorder of Youth ard' Maturity, revolting from ex orwe*. which deatrey the physical ard mental pow en. with OboarvatioBs oa Marriage, It* duties and disqualification*. and tkelr remedies wtth Litkr^rnphe, illustrating the Anatomy and PbysMogy. and Dimmrooof the K*> IpwdocriW Otfia af >atta?5HBnmc5Sr laws, and fhnetlona. A papular and wapai Oa?akiea af aim, i gleand married life?happy and fruitful amaacea, mode of securing them?fnlMlcltoo* and Infertile one*?their obvisttofl and removal.? Important bint* to those contemplating matrlmaoT. that wll overcome objection* to It; none, however, shonid take thla Baportaat step without find oaaaalrtag rs page*?commentaries oa the dlteaaaa and aftodlcai trtatment of female* from Infancy to oM an, each case graphically Illustrated hy beaatifal Uthogra Ehic plalee?nereoos debility, Its cause* and etrra. y a procem at once so simple, rafe. and cdfertual that failure la Impossible?role* far <1MJ? ment?an essay on SpormatorrhM, wlta practical observation* on a tan* and more saooessnil nude of treat meat?precautionary hint* oa the evils re sulting from empirical practice?an eaaay on atX disease* arising mm Indiscretion, with plain and simple rules bv which all person* can care them i selves without' mereary?remedW-s for those self !nf icted miseries and disappointed bones so un fortunately prevalent la tbevouag. It la a truth ful advisor to the married and those contemplaMnv marriage. IU perusal is partlcnlarly recommend ed to |T*on* entertaining secret doubt* of their physical condition, and wto are conscloos ?f hav Inu hnzarded the health. happiness. and privilege* to which every bnman being is entitled Price TWENTY-FIVE CENTS per copy, or Five Copies for One Dollar. Mailed free of post age to all parts of the United States . B ?Those who prefer may consult Dr LA CROIX upon any of the disease* upon which this book treats, either personally or by mall Medi cine sent to any part of the Caioa according to dl recti on*, safely pocked and carefully secured from all ob?ervattoa. Address Dr M B LA CROIX. No 31 Maidoa Lane, or Past Oifice Boi 57?. Albany, N Y JO" Ofilce open dally from 9 a m to ? p. is , ar.don Sunday fYom 2 until ip tn. ? Oifice REMOVED frees No SI Beaaarat. | Haidea Laae, Albany, N. ?. dec 7?y UUCTUR HOOFLAND'I CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS, PREPARE! BV Dr. C. 1*1. JA< EMU, Philadelphia* Pa., will ayvacvtally craa LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, /?asrftce, firm; or ffrrvoMt DrMitj, Di? tout of tkt Kiiimtft, an*t mil Diimhi ?nits; from O Dmordtrtd Lxrtr or Siommtk. Sock as Constipation. Inward Piles, Fnllness. or Blood totbeRrad, Aridity of the Stomarb. Nan sea. Heartburn, Disguct for food. Fullness, or Weight in the Stomach. Sour Eructations. Sink ing or Fluttering at the Pit of the StQgparh, Swimming of the Head. Hurried ard Draeuli Breathing, Fluttering ot the Heart. Choking or Suffocating.' Sen^tions when in a lylnc Posture, Uimnw* of Vision. Dot* of Weos before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain In the Head, Dei Cieacy of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin and Eve*. Fain in the Side. Back. Cheat. Limbs Ac ., Sudden Flushe* of Heat Burning in the Flesh, Constant Imagining* of Evil, and great Depression of Spirit*. THE PROPRIETOR. 1b calling the attention of the public to this preparation, doe* ao ?1;h | a ft-elingor the utmost conhdence In Its virtues ' aud adaptation of it to the diseases for which It is re"<<mntended. ; It is no new and untried article, but one that baa stood the test of a ten years' trial before the Amer i ican people, and It* reputation and sale Is unri I vaiie<t by any similar preparations extant. Tba testimony in Its favor gl%*en by the most promi* ner.t and well-known l*hy?iciaas and individuals, in ail part* of the country' is Immww The fol iowiij^ from North Carolina Is respectfully sub ruitioa, referrinvr any who may still doubt, to tha "Memorabilia.1" or Practical Receipt Book, for Farmers r.d Famlllee. to be had gre^is of all tha Agents ft ? the Oeiamn Blttoas. Principal 0?<* and Manufactory, lvO ARCH STREET. PH1LA1?ELPHIA, PA. , TESTIMONY FROM NORTH CAROLINA. Ctr$i/U*H ?/ Dr. 17. Smith, of Ftmi Hill. Lit A* n?u y. C. Pina Hill, March 4,1351. Ds. C. M. Ji.cE?GN, PLlladelphla?Dear Sir: I bave iwen a eubiset of Dyspepsia, 1b Its worst form, for the last ive years * Such wa* my ooodl tion for twelve months that the physicians and all who saw me bald i must die. While In this con dition I was carried to ;be watering places in Vir ginia, Tennessee, and North Carolina, but w aa no: heaeAtted by any w^ter to which I wa* taken. While on my way home I stopped a week at R uth ; erfordton, a small village In North Carolina, to ! ti7 tbe efftct of some Chalybeate water 1b that place. A tout the la^t of the week 1 went into a drug -'ore to gtl some medicine for my child and I n;?h*If. There wer? several of tbo village poyni I cl?n> In the ?tore, and one of them seemed to take ? ?ome Interest in my case, and. after a*king mo some questions, said he had been a dyspeptir ar>d ! Lad b?ep greatly benefitted by the use of HOOF ; LAND S GERMAN BITTERS, prepared by ? you. aud he insisted that 1 woiild try the Bitten. He also called the next day at my room, and In s-ted po much that I wouM try th^ir. that 1 a?ked ! him to g"t me one bottle. He did it. and 1 com . menctsd taking It as directed, tnd I was more ben efitted by It than all the water and medicine I had ! ev?r taken. ! After reaching bome one of my neighbors came > to me for a prescription and med;cine. (Leadys - peptic,) and I gave him nearly all the Bit: rs I | liad left, which effected much good In his case. I He has often called on me for more cf the same ' kind of medicine, saying he was more benefitted by it than any other he Lad tahen, but I have not ' been able to get any more fur him or myself since; j will you, therefore, pieaae ship me a doaen vt ? more as soon as rw^ible. ilespoclfuily, jrcram, W.SMITH. 1 D R. HOOKER, Roger's "tore, Wake Oo., N. 1 C., October iM, 1*53, fcavs: i Having experienced rery great benefit from tha r use of HOOF LAND'S GERMAN BITTERS in | Chronic Dysentery and functional derangement of J the LJver, aod its concomitant evils, 1 am des<roua cf obtaining a quantity of it for the benefit of my ! community. 'i oo will, therefore, please send a j lot, Ac., Ac. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J, ATWOOD. IlaRTsyiLLB, YadkltiCo.,N C. 1 Noyeinber 1st. 18S5.I Dr. C. M. Jackson?Dear Sir: Allow me to ex token, have entirely failed todo. HOOF LAND'S GERMAN BITTERS have cured me of the most stubborn and aggravated case of the riLBs that, j>erhaps, ever fell to the lot of mas My case Is not a stranger in this community, as I am well known in tnis and the surrounding counties, and i , an truly say that mv recovery has astounded all ^ , my friend* and relations, as 1 had tried everything % i recommended, and nothing did ni?- any good ua- ? 1 til I was prevailed upon to try the Bitters You are at liberty to make any use of this oommunlca : tlon for the dcucd: of the afllcled, yoa may think pro.*?r. Truly, yours j ATWOOP. These bitters are ?mr?Jy txg?taAl?. they lavtg orate and strengthen tha ?j*stemf never pnsiCvata it, and can be used for infant* aa well as adulu. For sale by respectable dealers everywhere, aad bv Z D. GILMAN, Wafchinjf.on; J. L. KID WELL. Georgetown, and J. R. PIER PONT, Alexandria. mar 1?ly , REESE'S EAGLE PLVMBING AND 6i?. FITTING DEPOT. THE subscriber respectfully announce* to hia friends and the public la general that L* has received the first lot of the cdebrated DODGE'S DOUBLE ACTING AUCTION AND FORCE PUMP, which received the SILVER MEDAL at the late Fair of the Metropolitan Mechanic*" Insti tute. and 1* n?>w prepar<~i to fornlsh all who may favor hlui with a call. His sloek of GAS FIXTl"RES are unsurpassed in the District W ith bis eorj* of competent workmen he prides himself to fill any orders la the PLUMBING AND GAS-FITTING line with prompting. &aA despatch. [fr All work done warranted to give oompietfi satlsfa< tlon. JOHN REESE, mav :i?tf e>oraet fith st and Pa avenue L~ETTEK? TO THE PEOPLE oa tiej and Happiness, by Catherine E Boachex^V paper , cloih 30c. ~ His: orv of the Council of Treat, from the F mteh by John McCllatock, D D , SI Harper'^ Picture Book for the Nur-ery br 1+. cob Abbott, 3 vols euch | New vexume of Hurua sStory Bowk, SI TAYLOR A MAI MVS L .?L.

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