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THE 8 ATI0NA1 RliPUBLICAN. THURSDAY: MORNING. APBH. 12. 1858.
intJMDAT MOWUKO :
Al'RIL 12, 1B.
LAWS OF THeTnITED STATES.
Iseed at tha Flrat loa of the Thlrty
HtnthConreee. Pplic No. Jfl.J
Ail Act to protect ell rrt0?" ,tt 'h u"lua But"
la thalr civil rights, ni furnish the means of
2frirwWeylA.' low ofKepre.
tentattves of the United Statee of Amenta n Lorn
greet mtiembled. That ill pertons born In the Unt
te SUUi aad not gnbjeet to anj foreign power,
exoludins; Indians, not taxed, ere hereby declared
to bo dtiwni of tht United 8UtM; and sneh UJ
gens, of every tmi 4 color, without regard to
any previous condition of slavery or Involatitary
servitude, xcpt M , punishment for crime where
of tbo party shell have been duly convleted, shall
have tho same right, In every 6t.tt nJ Territory
In tho United Statee, to make- and enforce eon
tract, to no, bo parties, and giro evidence, to In
herit, purehaee, lease, roll, bold, and convey real
ud personal property, and to fall and equal bene
fit of aUlawi and proceeding! for the security of
penon and property, ai U enjoyed by white elttioni,
and shall be subject to like punishment, pain's, and
penalties, and to none other, any law, statute, or
dinance, regulation, or custom, to the contrary
Sic. 3. And be it further enacted. That any per
ton who, nndsr color of any law, statute, ordi
nance, regulation, or custom, shajliabjeot, or cease
to be subjected, any Inhabitant of any Bute or
Territory to the deprivation of any right secured or
protected by mis act, or 10 ameroot punu nanus
peus, or penalties on account 01 such person uav
log at any time been held In a condition of slavery
or involuntary servitaao, except e jmuuiu
for crime whereof the party shall hare been daly
convicted, or by reason of bis color or race, than
Is prescribed for the punishment of white persons,
shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and, on
conviction, shall be punished by fine not exceed
log one thousand dollars, or imprisonment not ex
ceeding one year, or both. In the discretion of the
court. , ,
Sao. S. And be tt further enacted, That the
district courts of the United States, within their
respective districts, shall hare, exclusively of the
courts or the several States, cognisance of all
crimes and offences committed against the provis
ions of this act, and also, concurrently with the
circuit courts of the United States, of all causes,
civil and criminal, affecting persons who are do
nUd r cannot enforce In the courts or-lndlolal tri
bunals of the Bute or locality where they may be
any of the rights secured, to them by the first sre
tion of this act and If any suit or prosecution, civil
or criminal, nu been or shall be commenced In any
State court against any such person, for any cause
whatsoever, or against any officer, civil or military,
or other person, for any arrest or Imprisonment,
trespasses, or wrongs done or Committed by virtus or
nndsr color of authority derived from this act or
the act establishing a Barean for the relief of
Freed men and Refugees, and all acts amendatory
thereof, or for refusing to do any act upon the
ground that It would be Inconsistent with this act,
such defendant shall hare the rlzht to remove such
cause for trial to the proper district or circuit court
in the manner prescribed by tne "Act reiauog to
habeas eortmi and regulating judicial proceedings
In certain cases,' approved March three, eighteen
hundred and sixty-three, and all acts amendatory
thereof. The jurisdiction In civil and criminal
matters hereby conferred on the district and circuit
courts of the United States shall be exercised and
enforced In conformity with the laws of the United
States, so far as such laws are suitable to carry the
same Into effect bat In all cases where sueh laws
are not adapted to the object, or are deficient In
the provisions necessary to furnish suitable reme
dies and punish offences against law, the common
law, ar modified and changed by the constitution
end statutes of the State wherein the court having
jurisdiction of tho eause, civil or criminal, Is held,
10 far as the same Is not Inconsistent with the Con
stitution and laws of the United States, shall be
extended to and govern satd courts In the trial and
disposition of such cause, and, tf of a criminal na
ture, In the Infliction of punishment on the party
Sic. 4. And be if further enacted. That the dis
trict attorneys, marshals, and deputy marshals of
the United fetalis, the commissioners appointed by
the circuit and territorial courts of the United
States, with powers of arresting, Imprisoning, or
balling offenders against the laws of the United
States, the officers and agents of the Freeduien's
Bureau, and every other officer who may be ipe
clally empowered by the President of the United
States, shall be, and they are hereby, specially au
thorised and required, at the expense of the United
States, to Institute proceedings against all and
very person who shall violate the provisions of
this act, and cause htm or them to be arrested and
Imprisoned, or bailed, as the case may be, for trial
before such court of the United States or territorial
court as by this act has cognisance of the fiance
And with a view of affording reasonable protection
to all Mrsons In their constitutional rights of equal-
It before the law. without distinction of race or
color, or prevloui condition of slavery or involun
tary jervltude, exeept as a punishment for crime,
whereof the party shall bare been duly convicted,
and to the prompt discharge of the duties of this
act, It shall Ve the doty of the circuit courts of the
United States and the superior courts of the Ter
rltories of the United States, from time to time, to
Increase the number of commissioners, so as b af
ford a speedy and convenient means for the arrest
nd examination of persons charged with a viola
Hon of this act( and such commissioners are hereby
authorised and required to exercise and discharge
all the powers and duties conferred on them bylhls
act, and the same duties with regard to offences
created by this act, as they are authorised by law
to exsreUe with regard to other offences against the
laws of the United States.
SiC.fi. And belt further enacted, That It shall
be the dety of all marshals and deputy marshals to
obey and execute all warrants and precepts Issued
under the provisions of this act, when toethem dl
rected, and should any marshal or depnty marshal
refuse to receive such warrant or other proces
when tendered, or to nsa all proper means dill
gently to execute the same, be shall, 00 conviction
thereof, be fined in the sum of one thousand dol
lars, to the use of the person upon whom the ac
cused is alleged to have committed the offence.
Aod the better to enable the said commissioners to
execute their duties faithfully and efficiently, In
conformity with the Constitution of the United
States and the requirements of this act, tbey are
hereby authorised and empowered, within their
counties respectively, to appoint, in writing, under
their hands, any one or more suitable persons, from
time to time, to execute all such warrants and
other process as may bo Issued by them in the lew.
ful performance of their respective duties; and the
persons so appointed to execute eny warrant or
process as aforesaid shall have authority to summon
and call to their aid the bystanders or posse coml
tatos of the proper county, or such portion of the
laud or naval forces of the United States, or of the
in II it la, as may be necessary to the performance of
the duty wim wnicn iney are enarged, anu 10 in
euro a faithful observance of the claaee of the Con
it! tut Ion which prohibits slavery, In conformity
with the provisions of this act, and said warrants
shall run and be executed by said officers anywhere
In the State or Territory within which tbey are
Sac o And he t further enatted. That eny per
son who shall knowingly and wilfully obstruct, hin
der, or prevent any officer, or other perron charged
with the execution of any wsrrant or proceis Is
sued under the provisions of this act, or any per
on or persons lawfully asslillDg him or them, from
arresting anyjerson for whose apprehension such
warrant or process may hare been Issued, or shall
jvjue or attempt to rescue such erson from the
custody of the officer, other person or prions, or
those lawfully assisting as afureiald, wuen 10 or
rested pursuant to the authority herein given and
declared, or shall aid, abet, or assist any person so
arrested as aforesaid, directly or Indirectly, to es
cape from the custody of the officer or other person
legally authorised as aforesaid, or shall barlor or
conceal any person for whose arrest a warrant nr
process shall have been issued as aforesaid, so as to
prevent bis discovery and arrest arter netlce or
knowledge or tbe fact that a warrant has been Is.
sued for tbe apprehension of such person, shall, fur
either of said offences, be subject to a fine not ex
j 1 . thntnand dollars, and imprisonment
not exceed! or six months, by Indictment and eon sdi it, a looiiua run witi ibe length of tbe sae
.?.!. k.f. th. ; dlltriat court of the United "'" '" As the edges will be cut
vlcllon beforo he ".strict " J " ".' V' delivery, UeplsUs matt be furnished with sad
mates lor me oismct i "mm .---
bare been committed, or before the proper court
of criminal Jurisdiction, If eommltted within any
one of the organised Territories of the United
Sic. 7. And he tt further enacted. That the dls.
trict attorneys, the marshals, tbelr deputies, and
the clerks of tbe said district and territorial courts
ahall b P1A ff tDetr "rvtes the like fees as may
1 allowed to them for similar services In other
ceJee 1 and In all -easel where the proceedings are
before commissioner, he shall be entitled to a fee
a? tea dotten lo full for bis services In each cue,
Lnclnsirf 0ril services Incident to sueh arrest and
uminatlon. The person or persons authorised to
-III"- h. mauu to be Issued bv such eommls
??"" A.. "' at offsnderi azxlnit the tro-
Tlstons of this act shall bo entitled to a fee of fire
dollars for each person he or they may arrest and
take before any such commissioner as aforesaid,
with such other feet as may be deemed reasonable
by such commissioner for such other additional
services as may be necessarily performed by him or
them, soon as attending at the elimination, keep
ing the prisoner In cut tody, and prorldlng him with
(bod and lodging durlog his detention, and ontll the
final determination of eueh commissioner, and .la
general for performing such other duties as may bo
required in me premises j raeu reel to no maae up
In conformity with the fees usually charged by the
officers of the courts of Justice within the proper
district or county, as near as may be practicable,
and paid out of the Treasury of the United States
on the certificate of the Judge of the district within
which the arrest Is made, and to be reooTorahle
from the defendant as part of the Judgment In ease
Sac 8 And be it furthet.enaeted. That whenever
the President of the United States shall hare reason
to believe that offences hare been or arellkslytobe
committed against the provisions of this act within
any ladiclsldUtrlct.lt shall be lawful for Mm, In
bis discretion, to direct the judge, marshal, and
district attorney of such district to attend at such
place within the district, and for such time as he may
designate, for the purpose of the more speMy arrest
and trial of persons charged with aTlolatlon of this
act; and 11 snau be toe doty or every jndge or
other officer, when any such requisition shall be re
cetred by him, to attend at the place and for the
lime therein designated.
Eac. . And be tt further enacted, Thatltshallbe
lawful for the President of the United State, or saoh
person as he may empower for that purpose, to em
ploy such part of the land or naval forces of the
t nlted States, or of the rallltla, as shaH be ncces-
sary to prerent the violation and enforce tht due
execution of this act.
Sec. 10. And be tt further enacted. That upon
all questions of law arising In any cause under the
provisions of this act a final appeal may be taken
to the Supreme Court of the United States.
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
LA FAYETTE S. FOSTER,
President of the EenaU, pro tempore.
In the Settate of the United StaUt, April 6, I860.
The President of the United States having re
turned to the Senate, in which It originated, tbe
bill entitled "An act to protect all persons In the
United States In their clrll rights, and furnish the
means of their vindication," with bis objections
thereto, the Senate proceeded. In pursuance of the
Constitution, to reconsider tbe seme 1 and
Retolveil, That the said bill do pats, two-thirds
of the Senate agreeing to pass the same.
Attest J. V7. Fonnir,
Secretary of the Senate.
Inthe llonteof IZrpreietaativte U S ,Aprtl9,l6M
The Uoase ot ltepresenutires naving prooeeded,
In pursuance of the Constitution, to reconsider the
bill entitled "Anactto protect all persons In the
United States In their civil rights, and furnish
the means of tbelr vindication,' returned to the
Senate by the President of the United States, with
his objections, and sent by tbe Senate to the Home
of Representatives, with the message of the Presi
dent returning the bill t
Htolvl, That tbe hill do nss, two-thirds of the
House of Representative! agreeing to pass the same.
Attest Fdwahd Mcl'aiasoit, Clerk,
by Clistoi Llotp, Chief Clerk.
IPriLic Vo 57
Av Act to grant tbe right of way to tbe "Cascade
Railroad Company" through a military reserve
in Washington Territory.
bereas tbe Cascade Railroad Company, a cor
poration duly created and organised under the
laws of Washington Territory, has constructed and
put In operation a railroad on the Cascade Portage
of the Columbia river, in said Territory, a portion
of which satd road Is oonitrnoted through a mili
tary reserve of tbe United States, and whereas
doubts hare arlien as to tbe rijrht to construct
such road through said reserve and the validity of
tne cbarter or said company 1 nereiore,
Be if eitaetfl by the Senate and Home of Rcpre
eentatitft of tk United Statte of America i Con
greie ateembfed. That there iball be, and is hereby,
eranted to tbe said Cascade Railroad Company a
right of way of sixty feet In width along tbe line of
said road as at present constructed, and along tue
change of location hereafter made to straighten
and render aid road safe, through the public lands
of the United States, the military reserve, and the
lands of private persons agreeing thereto. Including
all necesf ary grounds for stations, building, work
shops, depots, machine ihopf, switches, sidetracks,
and wharves. And the charter of snld company Is
borebv adorited and declared to be valid Prox. idnl.
Tbatnotblog In this act shall be so eonttrued as to
.rive roiieouienr ine riant to occupy ior any pur
fiose wnatevcr more tnan eixiy icei in wiain 00 toe
Ine of said road at any point or points where th.e
spaee or pass between the river andbluff or moun
tain I so narrow as not to admit of the construc
tion of another parallel railroad, turnpike, road
canal, or other public work for transportation of
freight or pasrengers
Approved, April 10, 186ft
TKaUItK YOUR PUOI'ERTY AT 1IOMK.
TUI JfATIDHAL UH.03 IKSDBtNCX COMPAVT
OUABTKBXD DT COHORI88.
CAPITA iTTl ,000,000
RISKS TAKEN AT TUB LOWEST BATIF.
LOSfLfl 1'KOUPTLT PAID.
ftO CBABOI FOB POLICIES.
414 Ftiievula street, aetrly opposite Biggs Co.'s
li ad king Hoaae
AtJQIl.N II JOIISbON'S Law OQce, No W LouUlsae
venue, near usaaui wasuiayiga.
ThU Company le now prvptree to lnnrt all dsierlp
tlona of DrotiertT uUt Iom or dim lite br Are on tnth
itrina aa ceaaot fell t le acceptable vt tne cttliese of
ibe Dlmlct. lo t bio CoiupAoy you can liytnre Tour
rUKSlTUKB, MCKLIiaOl'lBB, YTJttkUUl.au,
nWLLLINda fjr a. Ttirnr hortar narlod
TLU Couipany alnrte with a CASH CAF1TAL of 100,
OOO, all paid tn, thereby enabling them tw offer lo tbe
cltlteaa of tLe DUlrlet grcttet aeeanty thtu has ever
been offered heretofore .
Pwllcloo will be leaned for a eborter period than one
year, twordlng to the Mew Tork aetle tvr abort Use
Ckarlea Knap, rrealdenl, Richard Wallttb,
U W ltlfge, Vice frea't, Daniel Dodd,
rbouta Carry, U C Fabneatock,
Oerrgo8 tlldeoi, WUUiu Dlsoi,
ol cm NOBLXP LABNKB, Soerelary
piloToTAIiH TOR SEWKR.
WiamxuTox, Ap II 0, IbCfl
SEALED TROPOeALI will be "railed ,y tho under
alined ontll llo'elockk, in ,on WtUMESDAT, April IB,
I Ml, Ut the balldlng of a two-foot barrel bewer,
(luaidedlani'ter,) tbe walle to bo alne Incbea In thick
oes oa O etxeel a rth, from Fourteenth to Xftaonlh
strret weet, U connect with the newer on Fourteenth
etreet wat, la accordance with tbe ait approved Octo
ber i&, lftA, lo have one man-hole whore the commie
aloaer of tb Bacond ward may direct
bldderewlll aUte tbo price par lineal foot for tbe
tewer and man-bole, which ahU Inclode all excava
llvna, &e , Ac , tbe euc.eafal bidder or bidders lo be
reapooalbfo Ut all damage done to gte r wtler pi pea,
or ctuied by tbe elements, and any accidents ctnaed In
the cuoatrncilun of the work
Tbo rlu lit to daellno any or all oropoeala, ahonld It be
dmdfor the intoreat of the Corporation to do so, la
Kmi iHntlona can bo aaan at tbe office of the Commle
elouer of Jtnproveiueate every dty from 10 a in tall
u , or nt any time by calling on the commlaaloner of the
None bat practical mechanic need bid
JAB W 8PALDIN0,
Commlealonar bocond Ward.
apo.d Asalalant Coumlaaloners
litorosAia ron koutii iiiver
Orricior Bcrsavisirm ascsitict,
March 27. U60
rropoatta will bo reeetved at tble offlae sntll 11
o'clock m , April 13, lMfl, for fornUhlog North Hirer
frUiritliig for tbo aldewalka le front of tbe weat wing of
the Treaanty Balldlng,lo be delivered at the work, and
of the Miowlug dlmeoaloneaod uombere,vlsi
IT1Ct.tDf oft, bin sift (He , not laae than 8 In thick
K Btuoaa.A ft 4 In 3 ft 0 in , not leae than 8 la Hick
17H bloc 3 ft Ola si ft 0 In , not leaa than 3 In thick
Tbe aurfaco of the laga mnt be perrecuy enioi wiou,
v. Ibe DlaUe mast be farnlehed with eaincient
margin to work parfactly trne to the above dlmenalons,
aii wilt if rejaaioa wbicb aro amru ihh -apect
Tho bide lo be per saperflclal foot, (meaeared
whoa laid,) asd to indole all coats of delivery, aad
alaoto specify tbe time la which H etn be delivered
1'aymeote will be made upon delivery, with a reaer
vstloa of 10 per cent ontll the whole of tbe above Is de
livered. The Department reeervee tbe right to reject any or
all bide If it be deemed fr the latereat of the Oovorn
meal le de ae.aod au bid will be considered that deee
not conform to the roqalrementj of thla advortlaemeat
Propoesls to be endorsed "Proposals for Flagging,"
aad addreeaod to "A. U Mallelt, Aatlag BopervUInf
Architect Trees ary Depart meat, Washington, O C. "
A. B MULLETT,
mfaftl-dtd Acting Bapervlalng ArcbiUct
RAIUUNU PAVER FOR SALK At
thl omee 01 V nauoau iupsueaa,
Ait hoar. Usarr B.. B. L. 131 1 traeL txtwMBlrih
feeexelcw, Ciee. H., Fa. , Ho t Bon la A it.
Caaaller, Zaehariab, Mick. . K atteaal HoteL
Clark, Daatol, Hew Deapaatre, Ho. SPO 4th at.
Coaaeee, Joka, CaL, 449 le eL , bet. I aid I
Cowae, Bdtar, Fa., It re. Carter's. He, 4 North A at.
Cragla, Aarea H., fc.H , Satloael IleteL
Creavell, John A J , U i . H stloaal HoteL
TtoolltUe, J. H.Lvrieeoaela, 6 lUrth A street.
Dlxoa, Janea, Ceoa . 4if Vew Terk aveaae.
Davie, Garrett, Ky ,471 What, bL D aad B.
roots, Belomoa, yt, Mrs CtrUr'e, 4 north A street
eeMadea, Wn, P., at else, 411 P street.
rotter, L. F ..Connecticut, Wlllerds'.
Orltnoe, J. W., lewa. 199 U atreet.
Oatarie. JemeeJ Keatueky, If o. 89t Vermont av.
Ilarrls, Ira, tr T..eoreer Ifttaaad Ustreote.
Howe, Tlnetky 0 ,vTU., 838 If. T, ST., between flh
lleaderera,J D .Ml.wirt.US 1 street.
Haadrleke, T.A-.Udina, Mrs TUley'e,Sd and Mis
Howard, J M ,lfleh, 49711th et, bet laalT.
Jehasoa, Bevardy, Md., 171 Vermont events.
Laae, Jamee H , Kaaaae, Settee Uoeae.
Laao, Hoary ..lad.SOl Oat., UtSd and 4J
Morsan, B. D , new Terk, eor. 1Mb aad 1 st.
MDoo(rlI, James H, Callforala, 17a O street, bet.
lth aid Sftta ate.
MomiL Lot M., Malae, V7aaklas:toa Iloese.
Ifoemltb, Jsmte W., Orecoa, 121 Pa. avenae, between
If or ton, Daniel B , Mlaa , Crntekett'e, eoraer D aad
Nye, James W.t Nevada, Ncies O sL,bet.l4th asd
Plaad,Luke.PVeruoat,Ne.4 North A et, Capitol
romeror, Samuel C. Eaaeas, 831 1 etreet, between
14lh aad 14 a.
Klddle, OaorjteR , Delaware, 671 th et, bet. D and B,
Kamaey, AUxaader, MleaeMta, NslloaaL
eaauDery, w,. ootawnre, no (uhb i.
Shoraiaa, Jeha, Okie, Bo, in K at, bet. ISlb sal ltth.
Bemaer, Charlea, Maaa,, eoraer 13th aad t eta.
Iprefae, Wn., K.I , N W, eor. 6th aad I
Stewart, Wn M , Nevada,o70 N J aveaae.
TrnmbiiLL Lvmaa. lUlaole.430 D. between 6lk aad
Vaa Wlakle, P. Q , weet Tlrclaia. natloaal.
Wado, bonjamta F , Ohio, Ne. 8 4U streeu
Wmitmn, Oesrie H , Orefoa, SOS P street
Writ at, Wllllsm, N. J . eor flth and D ste.
Wllaoa, Hoary, Haae ,Waahlntou Hoeae.
Willar, W.T , Weet VirlalaTcor. 84 at. and Uleaoarl
Tales, lUskard, III, 401 B et bet ftth aad 10th,
OAeninirte roe lemniioi
Aleora, J. L-, Mlaalaalp1t Metrepolllaa Hotel
Fowler, J 8, Louisiana.
Henatee, Ooerce aV, Alabama.
Cutter, R. K., XonUlaaa,
Serer, Jeoepa, Va., Xheltt Heuee.
Sharkey, Wn. L. , Mlaa,
8 mil a, Chan , La.
Alley, John B . Maaaaokaaotte, Kbhttt Hone.
Aneoaa.Tdenham B..Pa.W0 P atret.
AlUeoajWm. B.. lews, Mr R aoath and lt eaat
Ame, Oakes, Maaa . Waaklagtea Honaa.
Aadersoa, Oeorge W., Me , 4o7 eih etreot.
Aahley, Deloe K. , Nevada, SSI D att bet 9th and 10th.
Aahley, Jamee X .Ohio, 19 4l street
Beaks Nathaniel P M" n ' . bet. MH aadSth.
Baker, Jahn. Ullaols. 119 Id et, bot R and P.
Baldmrla, Joha P , Mbes. , 1ft ladlaaa aveaee.
Baiker, Abraham A, Peaea,,4o4 th etreet
B4iUr.r0rtena.Vt, 1M F atreet
Benjamin, Joha P., Me ,1761 Btreet
Her a a. Taenia O.N, T., Seatea Heeee.
Blaine, Jamee O , Melae, 437 flh etreot
Blow, Hoary T , Mo ,M Fetreot
Boy.r, Benjamla M , Peaaa., 8S1 ltth street
Brooks, Jamee, N. T., Seatoa Hoeae.
Breomall, Jean M , Foaae. , 80S K street
BaekUad, KalpbP.,Ohbs Aveaae Hoaae.
BontweU.Oe. 8., Maaa., 441 lSih eL eaat
Boatnae, P.O., Michigan, Aveaeo Uoeae,
BidwelLJaha, California, 4M 11th atreet.
Bendy, H ft. Ohio, eor Sih at aad ToaK. ate.
UackUad, R. F. , Ohio. 489 11th et
B rem wall, H. P. 11., IlUaola. 8H9 Feartk atreet
Bingham, John A-, Ohio. Wuhlagtoa Uoaaeu
Brandegoe, Aegeaiea, Coaa.,lM P strooc
Bradford, A a .Colorado, 111 Fenn. ateaae.
Borlelgh, W. A, LakoUh, BattoaaL
Colfax, Behirler. Ind., Ne 8 4 at.
Chanler.J. W.,N. T.,S41 Frnahlla Row,K.nt
Clarke, R. W , Ohio, eor 8th aad Pcae.ae,
Clarke, Sldaey, Kaaaaa, Metrepolllaa.
Cobb. Ameae,Wls , Mrs. Skldseore'o, &, i et.
Cenkhng, Roaooe,New Tork 281 Fetreot.
Cook, Bortoa C , Ullaele, 43d D,bet 8th aad 8th.
Collom, rLM.,IliUoVe.liir atreoL
Davis, T.T.K.T.I sUeet, bet 13th aad ltth.
Defreoe, Joe. n . Ind , Chlpmaa'e, 7tb stieeL
Dwaoa,Jao L.. Pa.. Mra.Bnrth'e, W atreet
Donnelly, IgnaUes, Mlaa ,Nstlonst
Darling, W, A , New Tork, 437 IStb street
Doming, H C , Connecticut, Ml Z atreet
Dawea, U. L., Maas .corner 8th and Fa. eve.
Dolaao,Colambes,Ohlo, Avenae Hoeae
Denlaon. Charlee, Feaaaylvaala, Metropolitan.
Plioa.N P, Rhode IaUad,lU I atreet
Drigge, Joha F , Mlehlgaa, 41 LonUlana avo
DamoatEbenaaer, Indiana, bt Charles Hotel.
Denay, A a , Witt Ter , 3U O etreot
M Jndge, Chae. AtWlaoonaln, Klrkw'ood.
Eggleatoa, BenJ , Ohio, Waahlaatoa Uoeae.
Kckley, Bphraim, Ohio, 829 B atreet
II lot T D.MasaachaactM batoa Uoeae.
Vainswono,Jao F,, 1U., 23 Indiana avenue.
Flack, W B, Ohio, Mrs. Browa'a, Third at
Farqnhar. J. II , Indiana, Aveane Hoeae.
Ferry.T W Mlehlgaa, National HoUL
Onrfleld.J A., Ohio, 108 F atreet
Qloaibrenner, A. J , Penaaylvaals, M Mo ave
Goodjear, Charlee, New Tork, Boatoa Huue
Ortdar, Henry, Kentacky 817 U ei , Cap.l lllll.
Orlanell, J li , Iowa, U Fonraod'a-balf at
OrlawoId.J A , New Tork.Wlllerda Hotel.
OoMwIo.J N.Arliona, 89 llk street
HnbbeU, J. R. , Ohio, 488 llth street
Hogsn, John, Mlaaonri, corner llth and U.
ueaaerioa, v. 11. u .uregon, owt u aire(.
Holmae, ST., New Tork, Avenae Uoeae
II ebbtrd, D . Jr , New Tork, Avenue Hoete
Harding AC .Illinois 4&8B,bet8th aad th.
Hlgby, Wm , California, 431 Carroll Bow.
Holmes, Sydaey T .New Tork, Aveaee Uoeae.
Hooper, Samne), Masaachaaetta, north weat corner
U aad 15th otrecta
Halo, Bobert B , New Tork, 417 Fifth street
Harding, Aaron, Kentacky, 823 B etreet
llerrla.B O , Maryland.
Hart, Roawell, New Tork, Wormlsy's, I street, bet
Vermont av nee aad 18th atreet
Havea, K. B , Ohio, 491 Thirteenth etreet
Hill, Ralphjndlana, 400 Fourth etreot
Uotchklee, 0 W , New Tork, Avenae Uonee.
Hebbard, AW., lown, 13 Four-nod a halfet
Uabbard.C. D,Waat Va., eor. 3d and Mo ave.
Uabbard,J.U,Coae , Waehlastoa Uoaae.
HnbUlLK. N . New Tork. Wlllard'a Hotel
Hitchcock, P. W.. Nobraaka,4i4 U. bet llth aad llth,
Holbrook E. D , Idaho. 30 Four-end half ai
Hooper, W. H Utah, 467 Mlelfa, bet E aad F.
Hnlburd, G T, New Tork, 21 Indiana aveaae.
Hamphrey, James, New Tork, 122 F atreet
Uamphrey, J M . Now Tork, Seaton Uoeae.
Isgereoll, 1 0, Illlnol. National.
Jeeekee, T A , Rhode laland, 133 I et
Jobaeon, Philip, Fa , 404 I etreet
Jones, Morgan, New Tork.
Julian, Oao. W,, led, 424 tat ste
Kalao, JobnB, Mo.snj Flrat at.,Cspltol UUL
Keykandall, A J., Illlnol, 871 fa. av
Kerr, Michael C , ladlaaa, 41 Mleaoarl ave
Kaeeon, John A , Iowa, 274 F atreot
Ketch am, J II , New Tork, 201 Maaa nvenae.
Belly, Wm D , Pennsylvania, 012 Twelfth at.
Lawrence, Wm , Ohio, 434 Sixth etreet
Loan,B P., UUaonri, National.
Leila, AddUoo H , N T , Metropolllaa noteL
Lawreneo, Oeorge V ,Pe.,AveQno Uoaae
Le blond, F C , Ohio, Metropolitan Hotel.
Longvear, Joha W., Michigan Seatoa Hoaae,
LTOCD, jodo, nui,wi ootid eirvoi.
Latham, 0,R.,Weet Vlrglala, eor B atreet aad Dela
Morrill. Jnatta B , Vermont, 402 Fourth alreet
Morahead, JaeK , FennaylTanla, 329 N T ave.
MeKee,Bamaol, Kenlackj, 411 Twelfth alreet,
McClurg, J W . Mlaaourl,488 Eleventh etreet
McBaer, Donald C, California, 841 1 etreet
Mercnr, Clvsaee, renaeylTtala, 814 12ik at
Mnrahal), Baaiuel 8, llllnola. 479 Eighth al
Msratoa, Oilman, N II ,14a F bet. 14th nnd lath.
Marvin, Jameo U ,N V ,803 llth slreet
McCalloogb, Hiram, Md , cor land 14th eta
Mclndoo, Wsltar D, Wla , Mra told more e,23 4et
Miller, Oeorge F , Fa., 181 eon th B street, Capitol lllll
Morrla, DaoUl, N T., Kbbttt Hoaae
Moeltoo, Samnel W , 111 , SS9 4th atreet
Myere, Leonard, Fa., 493 Eleventh atreet
Nicholeoo John A , Delaware 447 0th at , bet D and E.
Newell. William A, N J,WI1larde'
Nlblack, Wm B , Indiana, 44 Ho avenue
Noell, Thomas E., Mo , 28 Lonlatana aveone
O'Neill, Charlee, Pa, Wlllarda'
Orth, 0 B , Indiana. Ill F atreot
Paine, Ualbert E.WIa ,29 let at .Oeorgetowa
Ferhara, Sidney, Maine, 372 Fourth alreet.
Fhelpa, Charlee E., Maryland, WUlard's
Pike, Frederick A , Maine, 390 Fourth atreet
Pomeroy, Theodore M ,N, T .Metropolitan
Price, IHram, Iowa, UFear-aud-e half atreet
Plants, T. A , Ohio, eor 8th at and Fenn ave
Patteraon, J W , New Hampahlre, 418 D al
Poaton, C D, Arlsnna, WlUarda1
Rouaaeaa, Lovell H , Kentacky, 341 P etreet
Raymond, Henry J,, N. T., 164 1 between 17th and
' Bandall, Sam I J , Pnn , 88 Fayette et , Oeorgetowa
Radford, Wm New Tork, WUUrd'e.
Randall, Wm U , Ky , 17 Four-and-a-batf at
Rice Alexander II . 143 I street.
Rice, John U , Maine, .
Killer, H. C , Ky , 817 B atreet, Capitol Hill.
Rogare, Andrew J , New Jeraey. WUlard's
Hofllna, Edward H ,N If , 30 4 etreet
Ross Lewis W,, llllnola, Waahlngton Hoaae
Slovene, Thsddeae, Fenn , 179 Soatb B alreat.
Spaldlsg, K F , Ohio, 4 North A alreet
Scbauck, Rob I C , Ohio, 148 0 atreet
ScoBeld, 0 W , Fenn , Aveaae Hoaae
Sbanklln, Geo B , Kentucky, 4 4W street.
Btlllwell.T N , Indiana, Seatoa Uonee
Sawyer, Fhtleloa, Wleconala, Avenue Houee.
Bhellebsrger, Samuel, Ohio, 444 Sixth etreet
Sltgreavee, Charlee, N J ,443 Twelfth etreet.
Sloan, IthamarOWls ,49Foer-and-ahalf at
Smith, Green Clay, Kentucky, 148 F etreet
Starr, John F., New Jereey, 367 G street
Btreoee,Mror,Fe.MlaaWalt&ey'a, Cap UUL
Thayerf M Baseell, Foaaeylvaafa, 132 1 atreet
Taylor, Nelson, New Tork, 48 Louisiana ave.
Trowbridge, B. B , Michigan, Beaton Hoaae,
Taber, Stephen, New Tork, Seatoa Uoase.
Thomas. Fraacle, Md , 428 Carroll Place
Thomas, Job a L., J r , Md , 4 Four-and-a-half st
Thornton, Anthony. Ill , 479 Eighth street.
Trimble, L. 8, Kentacky, No 4 4U alreet
Upaoa, Charlee, Michigan, Arcane Uoeae.
Vai Horn, Bert, New Tork, 448 Twelfth street
Vaa Hera, Robert T , Mo. 861 Teath etreot
Vaa Aernem, Hsnry, N. T . Washington House,
Wright B. B.V , N. J , Wallaey's. Capitol HllL
Wilua, . J .Pseasylvaala, Netto-al.
rrslker, MuUa, Ohio, lOttth , Qgp, UUL.
Waafchara. W, B . Mane . 4M F et
Waahbttre, Hearv D., ladles a,
Warner, BameelL.,Coanectteut 1M F etreet
Woodbrldfo, F. A- Vermont S4d P street
Ward, Hanilton, New York,4W Twelfthatreet
Want worth, John, llllnola, WlUarda.
Wbaley, K.V.,Weet Vlrflala,eer, C street aad Loals
Willi tme, TkoePeensylvaita, Aveaae noeee.
Wllooa, J. P . Iowa, S98 H at, bet 17th aad ISlb.
Wllaoa, Btephea F , re., United Btalee HoteL
Wladom,Wm , Mlaieaota, 423 Twelfth etreet
Wtnneld, a U., Now Terk, 404 Ninth slreet
CisniOATie roa idhibsiov.
TJsrker, Jteeb, Loetalasa, WlUltrd'e.
Ceerad.BobertT. Vtrflala. Xbbltt Uoeee
Ctsapbell, Wn. B , Teiaeaeee, Metropolitan.
Cooper, Bdmend, Teaaeseee, Metropolltta.
Hawkins, I B.Tenieaoee, Mtropwllttn.
Mtyaard, Horaee(Tenaeetee,4M lh street
Underwood, Joha C , Va. "
Wleklire, Bobert a . Uelaltna, WllltrdV
Wnrmoth, HO , La., rTer.PeleKtWlllanra. ,
HTBAMM111 l W .
B W YORK
SEW TOBE, AL1XANDR1A, WAtntNOTON AND
OEOKOETOWN, D. Q.
. OCEAN STEAlfEBS
BALT1UORX, REBECCA CLTDE, aid EUriRB,
if oosasacTiojt wrra tsuFb btiambss
GEOBQl H. 8TODT, VAT FLOWIB, AND ANN
Begelar Ealllag Days TCE9DATB aad FB1DATS,
atllra..fromfootcf nifhatreal, Oaorgetown, and riev
18, EaaiRietr, (fool ef WaUetreet,J Mew Terk.
For freight or peaaage apply to-i
C. P H000nTON,Ageat,
foot of High atreet, Oeorgetowa.
Prince Street Whtrf.Aleiaadrla,
JAME8 HAND, Agent,
117 Wall Street New Tort.
Freight reeetved eo&etsatly and forwarded to all
parte of the eoeatry with d la patch, al toweet rates,
Tbe ontalde steamers of this Use ars new being pel 1
order for tbe Sprlsg trade.aad eetlt farther notice onr
freight will be carried by the Earreve Use of Inland
a tf a mere, with regularity and dlapateh ,
Jail (1 r HOPOHTON, Agent.
KW YORK AND WASHINGTON
VIA CANAL, BETWEEN
and oeo Harrow If.
NEW TORE, MATFLOWER. BIVERLT, AND
OEOBOB U 8TODT.
Regular Sailing D ye 1
at 11 m , from No 83 Watratreot,aeorgelowa, aad Iter
13 Beat Rmr, foot of Wall etreet, Aew York.
For freight, apply lo
89 Water street, Georgetown, D C.
M F.LDK1D0E ACO, Ag.ala,
Frlnre atreet Wharf, Alex's,
117 Wall street, New Tork.
Freight received constantly end forwarded to all
parte of It conatry with dlepalcb
mbS0.tr JOHN B DAVIDSON. Agent
70R NEW IIAVKN, HARTFORD,
SFRiaariELD, the coaaErrriuurKivaitoe
(TIMS and VEI11IOST HAlLKOlDi
1U flr.t.clam ttaamere of thla line leave for New
navoa from Pier 23, Eaat River, dally. (Sandaye ex
apted.)at8 13 p m Faaaoeges go North and Eaat
from New Haven at 11 p, m., or remain oa board over
alght without charge
Morthandlee forwarded by dally Express Freight
Train from New Ilavea thrnnga to Maaaachaaetta, cr
mout, Weatera New Usmpahiro, Northere Now Tork
end Canada. App y tt FRANCIS HYDE, Oeaeral
Freight Aiient Pier M, la-t River, New York. epl
AFFIX Bl'KKl), AND COMFORT.
BOSTON. WORCESTER. PALMER. FITCH.
w.-a.r,. 'iawiii riKfit.n irtit Wtilir
uunu, flADiiwA, .v iiu vi lvi'ni'. tit a (
MOUNTAINS AND INTERMEDtATE POINTS The
aew an 1 ataunch etaamera or the Norwich line, CITY
OF BOSTON aad CITY OF NEW ORK leave New Tork
dally, (Sundays oicepted.) at 4 o'clock n m from Pier
N.i North river, foot of Veatry street '"" NEW LON
DON, there connecting with tbo Steamboat Kxproaa
Train from tbo above p-iUte via Norwich and Worcee
tar, Bortoa and Worcester, Worceater and Naabua, aad
New London and Northern Railroade Freight taken
at the lowest rates For Information inquire of A 8.
MARTIN, Agent on tbe Pier apl
MIE URCAT INSIDE ROUTE FOR
AVOiniQ POI&T JUDITH.
STONIKOlONLlNEvf Steamora, being the safeat and
qnlckeat between Boawn aad New York The ataunch
aud apleiidli atramtr
FLMOUril ROCK, Capl B Dray toe.
On TUESDAYS, TllUKlAa and SATURDAYS.
COMMODORE Ct R F.Curtla,
On MONDAYS, Wa.ONtDA8 nnd FRIDAYS,
At o'clock, p in , from Pier No 13 Horih River,
Tbeae boats aro na nrpeeeed for comfort, atreaeth and
aafety. btalo rootua aacureJ at the ofllee, Tier No. IB,
on board tho bnad, No 78 Wiahlogtoa etreet. Do ton,
nnd st tbe Providence depot hetara Iralne leave
Breton at ix4 p m.
P2 M R SIMONS, Agent.
J70R IJOSTON, VIA NEWPORT AND
' FALLR1ER, by Ibe aplondldsad anperlor atesm
ore NEWPORT, UlrHl'oL18, OLD COLONY, and
LHFIUE STATE, of great strength and speed, belli ex
preealy for the navigation of Long Ulead Soon 1, run
ning la connection with the Old Colony and Newport
Leave Pier 18 N. R .foot of Murray slreet, dally,
Mondays excepted ) at A p in
Theeteamer OLD COLON T.Capt W. Brown, leaves
New York on Monday, Wedaeadsy, and Frldsy, al 8 p.
m , landing at Newport
The EMi'IKE STATE, Capt B Simmons, leaves Tues
day, Thnredsy.and Saturday, at & p m ,landlng at New
port A biggtge-msitcr la attached to each steamer, and
aceompaalos the baggage lo Ite deatlnatlon.
A atesmer rune in connection with thla line deity
(Bandays excepted) from Newport and Fall River to
Fur freight or paaaage apply on board, or at the oOee,
Pier 23, N U I to aeenroatato rooina In advance, lo
ap2 E UTTLKriKLl), ADi; 71 BrosJwayi
HIE ,YASUINUTON MUTUAL COAL
COM PA NT.
Waibisotox, Deceniler, 1S0A.
Every one complains of the extortion and lmpoaltloa
rractlwd upon tbe people of this city la tbe matter of
uol, but bo one propoaea a remedy, A number of en
tlemea aaaoclated with ae own a valuable colliery la
Schuylkill eonnty, Fenniylvanla, producing now over
80,000 tons a yer. of the beat quality of w bite aod red
aali Kuthraclto coal. The machinery and appllancee are
complete Cron thla property we propoae to organise a
cumpeey with a catlt J of SJOO 000, divided Into thirty
thou anil inareeoi fiuvacn. iutaomrvi ikv
of atock to be entitled lo a ton of coal each year at prime
coat, and ti his share of the profile oa tbe sale of coal lo
Tho Brat coat of coal at oreeenl re lee of traaaportatloa,
delivered to the door of the consumer, would be J, at
tbe aeual ralee the price weald be from six to seven
A parly owning tea ehares would pay for It 8100.
Thla would entitle him to ten tons at coat ay SJ lees
loan dealers' retail pricee ju
SO.Oi'O tons sold ontalde at a profit of S3 per ton wuld
lo S60 0H0
Aad deducting eontlngeuclee, Ac 18,000
Would leav el8,000
oris per cent on the entire capital, aod added to the
saving la the price of coal, 8J0, makes SO, or 48 percent
on Me Invoeltncnt
TUecoslte much superior to and worth atleaat 12 per
ton more than tbe coal brought to and eold la thle mar
ket, and tblpmenta aad delivery can be commenced as
ii9 as tbe arrangeiaenta are made
No payment of any aubacrlrtloae.wllt be repaired
until tbe eubacrlbere, at a public meeting, ahall have
app. lated a commit tee uf gentlemen of their own sales
tloa to vlalt and oaamlne tbeae mine, and report upon
tbein, and thee. If a all factory, ooe half lo be paid
down aud the balance la one, two and three month a.
Tho traateB and otflcera to be eolaeted by tbe etoek
holders, aud the title t be made lo such truiteea
aBtiamD to whom thla circular will bo ist are re-
quented to forward the project by obtaining eubacrip-
lion and enclosing mem to jui
tlone and encloalag them to Major I K Caaey, No. 868
We shall bs glad to give any further Information
I. K CABEY.
For tbe oorrertneea of the foregoing etstemenla we
have pariulaalon l refer toUo W l.iuna, Eaa , U D.
CooVe, ts'i , II C FliDttok,E' ,an4 Z. C Kobtlne,
Eq d"r8 tf
1N TJIi:""HUHtKMK'UOUHT 0F"TIin
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, HIE 8TU DAY OF
AfcxiaJoexsoe, Petitioner, 1 IN EdUITT,
vi lo 018
J A ars Hsxar Jobvsot, Dff'l ) For Divorce
II appearing lo tbe Court that the eubpanalaeaed la
thiaeaehaebea returned by the Uar'bal Not found. "
sad by He aUdnvit of Mra E Brown, a dMntereateJ
wlti eai.tbat said Jefeujaut baa been abaenl from Ibla
Dlalrict for a period of more lhaualx lunnlba laat pa I,
It l therefore, tula Stb day of March, IMS, on motion of
II C Gooding, Eiij, s llcllor lor the complainant, Or
dereJ, ibat notice of tbe tendency aud object of ihle
eutl be given to defendant, by publication, ouce a week
fortwoaucceaalve weeaa.lotbe Eraaian RircBLlcsv,
wsrulog tho defendant o appear to thle Court on or be
fore Monday, Iba 114 day t f April next, and anwor Ibe.
allegation of aald bill lolberwlie Ibe ssiee will be Is ken
for confeaeed agalnat him. Tho flnt poblieation of aald
Botlre to be made at least forty days before tbe said
By order of I be Court
A true copy.
Attcafi R J MEIOS, Clerk.
,. eubacriber has obtained from the Orphans' Court
of Waahlngtoa eonnty, la the Dlatrlct of Colombia,
letters of admloUtrallon, debonte wott.eB the peraonal
citato of Owen Murray, late of Waahlngton, D G, de
ceased. AU pereons having claims agalnat tbe aald de
ceaied, are hereby warned to exhibit tbe same, with
the veachers thereof, to the sabecrlber. oa or before tbe
llth day or March aext tbey may otherwise bylaw
he exeladed from all banes t of the said eatate.
Olvsa aader ay head this ltth day of Marsh, 1M8,
Dhia-wtw AlmUUUator, d.b, a.
"TirABUINOTON, ALEXANDRIA, and
V OIOBGITOWN BA1LAOAS.
Oe and after HON DAT. Marsh 11. IMS. aad ealll
farther aotlee, Paaeosger Trains will rea bolween
Waahlngton aad Alexandria as follows 1
Local.,.... 800 a.ra.
Exprees 6U "
Local 800 "
" 10 00 "
M 800 "
" , 480 "
Ieal 880 a.m.
Mall 888 "
Ucal 8 00 M
" 1100 "
M 800 pm,
Express.,.. 8 80
8DHDAT PAf-SBNOER TRAINS.
Local 880 a.m.
Expreee H6S3a re
Loeal 8 48
6 A STEVENS. Oea lSno't
W. J. ril KL18, General M aaager.
"OALTIMORE ANU OHIO RAILROAD.
WaeatveTOV, March 94, 1108.
Trains between WASHINGTON and BALTIMORE, sad
Washington and tub west, are sow ma as fol
lows, vis 1
Leave dally, except Sunday, at 6 20,7 90, aad 11.18
a. in, and 1.43, 4. 80, and 7 30 p.m.
TOR ALL WAT STATIONS.
leave dally, except fiaadayt 30 a, m. aad 145
FOR WAT STATIONS BOTJTH OF ANNAPOA1I JUNC
TION. Leave at 6 aad 8. W a, m, , end at 1 48 aid 188 p.
m, dally, except Saadsy,
Leave at 6. SO aad T. 80 a, m , aad A 80 p m. Ne train
to or froa AeaapoUsea Sunday.
Leave at 7.30 a.ra. aad 2.43 aad 7 SO p. to.
FOR WAT STATIONS.
Leave at 7.30 a. m. aad 3. 43 p. u.
FOR ALL FARTS OF TUE WEST.
Leave dally, exeept Kanday. at 7 SO a m. aad 730
On Sunday, al 7 80 p m. ealy, eonnacUag st Celsy
Station with tralas from Baltimore lo Wheeling, Par.
Through tickets to the West can be hsd at the Wash
ington Station Ticket OOce at all boare la ibe day, as
well aa at the aew ofllee la the American Telegraph
Building, Pennsylvania aveaae, between Ponr-aad-a-helf
nnd Sixth atresia.
For Now York, Philadelphia, aad Boatoa. see adver
Uaemeal ef "Through Line.
W. P. SMITH,
Master of TranapertaUoa.
L. M. COLE,
Oeaeral Ticket Agent
GEO. B. KOONTS, Agent,
GRANGE AND ALEXANDRIA RAIL-
V KUAJJ THttJUUU tJ KAIL. rUDH WAKUIflU
TON AND ALEXANDRIA TO RICHMOND AND
Oa aad after FR1DAT, September 1, 1888, the tralas
oa this road will ma as follows 1
Leave Waeblpgtoa at 7 a. ra. aad 8 80 p. m.
Alexandria at 7 u a. m. and p. m.
Leave Gordonsvllle al 11 80 p m. and 1 40a.m.
Arrlvb la Rlchmoad at 8 p m. aad 6 s. n.
Arrive at Lyaehbarg at A 20 p. m aad 8. a. m.
Laave Lyaehbarg et 8 43 a. m. and T. IS p. m.
Leave Richmond al 7 a. m aad 7, 18 p to,
Loave QordonavUle at 1180 p. m. aad 1110 a. tt.
Arrive at Alexandria at 4 83 p rn.aad4 80a.ta.
Arrive at Washington at 8 80 p n. aad 8.23 a. to,
Oe Snndeys leave Waahlngton at 8.30 p m only.
Local freight trala leaves Alexandria at 4 a. m., ar
riving la Oordonavllle nt 11 48 a, m.
Leavee UordonsvlUeal 12.33 p m., arrlvlner la Alex
andria at 8 p. m.
Tbrongh freight trala leaves Alexandria at S a. m. ,
arriving la Lyaehbarg at 7 10 p. m.
Leaves Lynchburg at 3 39 a. m , arriving la Alex
andria at 6 10 p. 10.
U. ........ J. W..m.4a. will t.V. II.. V .
hi BHVHVTB IIVH 1l.liB.VJl Will M UV , H. EU
rain south from Waahlngton, and tbe 8.48 a, m. trala
aorta irom bynenourg.
l'MMngera by the 6 48 a. ra, aad 7 18 p. m, tralas
from Lynchburg, and the 7 a. m. and 718 p m train a
from Richmond eonaeet with Iralne at Washington for
all parts of the North aad Weat.
This route has the advantage over all others by having
a continuous rail from New York to Lynchburg, 4Uo
ltaleopaaaea through Fairfax, Bull Run, Vesaaaae,
Brlatow, Gallon's, Rappahannock, Calpepor, Orange,
aad Gordoaevltle, where maay of the great ballleo tf
the tale rebollloa were foogbt
TlckeU can bo procured la Adame Expreee Building,
oppoallo tbe B aad O R. R. Depot ta Waahlngton,
niao, at the Depot, oa Maryland aveaae
Trains leave the eoraer or First sad C afreets, Waah
log too. W II McCAFFERTY,
J M. BROAD1B,
oc9 tf General Paaaeuger Agent
riMIHOUQII UNI2 KKTWEHN "WASH-
I 1NQTON, PU1LADELFU1A, AND NEW YORE,
WASB1X4T0K, Jfsrch 28, 16C8.
Trains between Washlnxtoaaad new York are aow
ran aa followe, vis i
FOR NEW iouk, wilhoat saa&ge or eare,
Leave dally (exeept Sendsy) at 7 80 a. m , aad 8 20
MVlk nan a vnn u.Di vaia uunufiyuii,
Leave dally (except Monday) al 1118 a. ut , and 4 80
p. to. .-...
run uibivtiii in,
Leave dally (except Sunday) at 7 80 and 11 18 a, m ,
and 4 30 and 0 2u p m
Leave for New Tork aad Philadelphia at 8 20p m.
niavpiai cra ior how iviiiv y ui train aaiij.
Through tickets to Philadelphia, New York or Boatoa,
eaa be had at tbe Statloa oBce at all hoare le the day,
as well as at the aewoQcela tbe American Telegraph
bolldlng, Pennsylvania aveane, betweea Four-and-a
half and "Ixth atroela.
Bee Baltimore and Ohio railroad advertlaement for
eebedale betweea Wasbtagtoa, Baltimore, Annapolis,
and the Weat W. P. BMITU,
Muter of Traaaportatloa.
Oeneral Ticket Agent
OEO. 8 KOONTZ,
oe 'Agent WeehJaatoa.
REAT VENNSYLVANIA ItOLTrE
NORTH AND WIST.
TOUR DAILT TRAINS.
8 r KIN d AND BUMMER SCUEDULEi
ON AND AFTER MAECU 12, lfittfl, trains wUl lsave
as follows t
Leave Waah'a. Leave Balto
Kxproaa MaU 6 JWa,m. 900a.m.
FaatLlae 7J)a m. lllOp n
Pittsburgh aad Erie Ex 4 80p m. 7 80 p.m
Plttab'gband ElmlraEx7 43 p.m. S4Jp m
TWO TRAINS ON SUNDAY,
(Coo sac tl eg at Baltimore,)
Leave Waahlngton at 1 48 and 7.40 p. m
SLEEPINO CARS ON ALL NIGHT TRAINS.
LOW FARE AND QUICK TIME.
Cars rua through from Baltimore W Flliabargh, Erie
or Llmlre, without change
Aar-For Tickets aad anv lnformstloa annlr al tbe
Offleo of the Great I'onnaylvanla Route, eoraer fennayl
aanla avenue and Sixth etreet. onder National Hotel,
ana roerteeoin airaai, corner oi reanayivaaia aveaae,
oppoeile WllUrds' Uotcl, Wasblngtna
J N DUBARRT,
BnperlsUndent N C R.R
Pasaongeraad Ticket Agent
JNO OILLETT, Paeaexger Agent mh!4 tf
ATKAV" YORK AND NEW HAVEN
( RAILROAD 1866.
Paaaenger Elation la Aew York, corner Twenty-Esven th
slreel and Fourth aveaae
Entrance on Twenty seventh atreet
TWAINS LKtVK NEW YOUKt
For New Haven, 700, 8 00 (Kx ), llSJa m 1118
(Ex ), 8 00 (Ex ), 8 48, 4 30 and 8 00 (Ex ), p m For
BrldKport, 7 00, 8 00 (Ex ), 11 SO . m ( 1J 13 (bx ),
8 00 (Ex ), 8. 41, 4 80, S 00 (Ex ) u in For MUlord aad
Btmtfori. 7 DO. 11 30 m t 3 43. 4 SO D m. For Fair-
field, SoatbportandWealport,70,113ia ra I 841,4 30
p in For Norwalk, 7 00,8 DO (Ex ), 9 to 11 80a m j
lllb(Bx),3 00(Sx ),841,4SO,A J,800(Bx)p m For
Darlen, 7 00, 9 80, 11 W a, m 8 48, 4 30, 8 30 p. m
For Greenwich. 7 00. SO. II SO a lu i 3 41. 4 hi. 8 30.
0 30 p m For Stamford, 7 00, 8 00 (Kx ),9S0, 11 W
a m 1113 (Ex), 3 IX) (Ex), 8 48, 4 W, 8 80, 8 80, SOU
(Bx ) p to For Furtcheater and Intermediate elatione,
1 W. V au, 11 nu a m i a eJ a J", o o", o ow, i w in
ForBoaloBvlaHpnngBelJ.S 00 a m (Ex ), 3 00 (Ex ),
RCMp m For Ooton via ho re Line, 13-13 (Bx), BOO
i m For Hartford and Sprlngflld, 8 VO (Ex ) a ra j
F.r Connecticut River
Railroad, 8 00 a m (Ex jj 11 13 p to Montreal, 3.00
P m. to noriaamrton ror liar roru, x-rovim
liar ford. Providence and
labklll Railroad, 8 00 (Ex ), a u 1X13 I
i in ror
New Haven, New Load a aud Stouiugtoo Railroad at
8 00 a m ( lS-1st "00, SOOp to For Canal Railroad,
lllSp m to Northampton For Ilouaatvute Railroad,
8 00 a m For Naogatuck Railroad, 8 Ui a uilSOUp
to For Daabary end Norwa k Hellnad, 7 000 80 a m ,
Commodious sleeping esra attach ad to 8 p ra train
apl JaUKi II UOYT, Buperlntendant
IUIK RAILWAY. THAINS LI AVE
J depot foot of Chambers itreet, via Pavonla ferry
7 uO a at . Day Expreae for Cansndslgus, IlocheaU-r,
Uoffalo, Salamanca, and Weat Coanecta at Daffalo with
Lake Shore and Grand Trunk Railways, aad at Sala
manca with Atlantis and Great Weatera Railway,
6 80 a u . Milk and War Train, Dally, to Otlavills
0Mi at , Eipreas Mall for Buffalo, 8a lain an ea aad
Dunkirk, connecting with Lake Shore and Atlantic and
Great Western Railways.
4 00r h, Way Trala for Port Jervla sad Newbargh
8 00r at. Night Expreae, foiCanaadalgaa,Boohoater.
Buffalo, Salamanca aud Weat
8 00 p at , Llghtalag Expreas, Dally, for Canandalgaa,
Rocbeater, Buffalo, Salamanca, Dankirk, and Weal,
Connecte at Buffalo with Lake Shore and Grand Trunk
Hallwaye, and at Salamanca with. Atlantis aad Oreat.
Waiter it Railway,
8 00r m, Emigrant Train, Dally, for Buffalo, Bala
manca, Daaklrk, and Weet
HUGH RIDDLE, Oea'l Sap't, hew Tork
Wst RBabx, Osb'1 FMsAg'NewTork; JLjL.
ITBAPPINO PAPER FOR SALE AT
YY TOM OJFICfc
AND BALTIMORE RAILROAD.
CemmenelDg MO N DAT, Merck Sfttk. 1V.
Tralas for Baltimore and Washing ton leave Phila
delphia as follows 1
4.18 a, m , Expreas, (Mondaye exeepled;) 11 41 a. m,
IxpreisileAp n , Etpreaai and 11 OOp. m., Expreae.
Way Malt Trala for Baltimore al 9 18 a, ra,.
TRAINS Jl0K BALTIMORE TO FRILADELpniA.
Leave Baltimore, 8 80 a m , War Mall 8 SO a. aa , Ex
preast 1 10 p. Be., Expreae) 8.84 p. ra Express ( B.S0
p. u , Expreas
SUN DAT TRAINS.
Leave Philadelphia for Baltimore aad Waiblngloa
at 4 18 a. ro.laadll.00p ra
Leave Baltimore for Philadelphia al S SO p n.
Leave Baltimore for New Tork at imp m
naklO H F KSNNET.BaperieteedeaL
TVTILT1 oIlLT TS1III.
On and after MONDAT, October 18, 1K3, Jralna wUl
lsave tbe Ualoa raaanger Depot, sorner of Washington
aad Llberly etroete, Flttabargb, Fa., as follows 1
DAT EXPHEBS.dally except Baadar. at E80a. tt ,
slopplaf at Johastowa, Coaemangb, Oailltien, Altooaa,
aad aU prtnelpal stations, and making direct eonaee
tlons at Uarrtaberg for New Tork, Baltimore, and Weak
lagtoa, and at J hlladelpbla for New Tork, Boston, aad
ALTOONA ACCOMMODATION, dally except Sunday,
at 8.80 a. re , etopplagat all regular stations belweea
Plttebargh end Aliooea, and maklec eloaeeonnectiea
with Iralne oa the ladlaaa Branch, Weat Pennsylvania
Railroad, Ebeaaburgead Cressea SaUroad, aad Hoi 11
PITTSBURGH AND ERIK MAIL, dally exeepl Buadsy,
et 7 80 a. ta , stopping oaly at Ceaemaagk, Uatltuee,
Altoena, aad all principal etaUoae. making direct coa
neclloa at Uarrlebarg for New Terk, Baltimore, aad
MAIL ACCOMMODATION, dally (sxsevt Boo day) al
1140 a. tt, alopptag at all regelar statloae betweea
Plttabnrg aad Hamaburg making eoaeectlotM with
trains oa the Ebeaeberg aad Ureaaoa railroad and Uol
lUlLAbiLrUU EXPRESS, dally at 4 28 p in , stop
ptif at Latrobe, Blalravllle laUraoclloe, Johastowa,
Conemaagh.GaUtaer,Altooaa,UnhtlagdOB, Lewi town.
Mlfflta, Newport, Msryavllle,ltarrlebarg,Laueaater,aad
Dowalngtows, Al UarrUburg direct ooaneetloae are
jaade for Now York, Baltimore, aad Waahlagioa. aad
al Philadelphia for New York, Boatoa, aad Intermediate
Klnta. Bleeping care rua through oa thla trala from
tlebnrg U Philadelphia and Baltimore, aad to New
Tork by the Allentowa ronte,
JOHNSTOWN ACCOMMODATION, dally (exeept Baa
day) at 4 88 p tt.,stopplngalragalar atatlona belweaa
Pltiebnrg aad Coaemaogh,aadeoaaectleg at Blalravllle
Intersection with trains oatbeladlaaaBraaek aad Weat
FAST LINE, dally, except Seaday, at S.SO p nt,
stopping only at Conamangb, Oailltien, Altoona, II not
ing Jon, LewUtown, Mifflin, Newport, Maryavllle, Uev
rltburg. Mlddletowo, Lancaster, and Downtngtown,
making connection at Uerrleberg for New Tork, Balti
more and Waahlngton, aad at Philadelphia for New
Tork, Boatoa and Intermediate potato. Bleeping eve
rue through la this trala to Philadelphia aad to New
Tork on the Allentowa route, ,
Firat Aeeommoeauoa Traia ior weire btntioa leavee
Aall faceant ftoadat) at 0 40 a. m
Third Accommodatloa Train for Wall's Statloa leaves
dally (except Sunday) at 3 88 p m.
Fourth Accommodation Trala for Walt's Slttloa leaves
dally (exoept Sunday) at 8 08 p. m.
Aecommodstloa for Penn Elation, etopptag at all sta
tions betweoa Plltabargb and Fenn, at 10 8 p m.
The ChnrchTrala leaves Wall's htatloa every buadsy
at 1 08 a.m. and arriving la PUUbergb al 10 08 a. m.
Reluralng leaves Flliabargh at 1160 p. D , aad arrives
at Wall's Statloa at 1 00 p. m,
Reteralag Tralas arrive la Plttebargh as follows i
Mall 1 20a. m.
Firtt Wall's Station Acoomnodatloo, 838a.m.
Fenn Accommodation 7 00 a.m.
Second Wall's Statloa Accommodation 8.60 a.m.
Jirhaetowa Accomiaodatloa 10 08 a.m.
Flttabargh xi Erie MaU. 11 GO p.m.
Baltimore Expreae 180p.m.
Third Wall's button Accommodation 1.03 p m.
Philadelphia Expreae 180 p. m
FoartkWaU'sSutloaAccommodstlwa 600 p m.
Altoona Accommodation and Emigrant lOSOp m
Aa Agent of Ibe Escalator Omnlbee Company will
psec tbrongh each train before reaching the depot, lake
np chocks aad deliver baggage lo any pari of the city.
OtUoe No. 410Pcna street opce day and alght where all
orders for the movement of pasaeagsrs aad baggage
will roeelve prompt attention.
Baltimore expreas will arrive with Philadelphia ex
praaaatlSOp m. oa Mondays.
NOTICE. fa case ,f less, the Compear will hold
tbemaelves reepenelble for peraonal baggage ealy, aad
for aa amount aolexeeodlag (100.
W. H. BECK WIT If, Agent,
At the Peaneylvaela Central Railroad Paseeagat et
ties, on I lhrtv WMbliftoe ii
THE CAMDEN AND AMBOY AND FHITADELFHIA
ASDTRENTOH RAILROAD CoMPAlLS' LIMES,
IKOJt 1'lllLAUtL.flll 1U ntW lUJtlk
AND WAY PLACES.
FROM WALNUT STREET WHARF AND KENSINGTON
win, lxavb aa follows, vii! Fare
A18 a. m., via Camden and Amboy 4l.end i As
At 8 a. a , via Camden and Jereey City tiew Jer
sey Accommodation 1 18
At 8 a. ra . vta Camden and Jereev Uiy Mora
lug Expreae 8.00
Al 8 a. m. . via Camden asd Jersey utr id uiae
At 11 a. m.. via Keaalaxioa aad Jeraey wty
Expre S 00
At Ilia . via Camdeaaad Ambor .. end A. Ac
Alio m . via Camden and Amboy V. and A.
Expre 3 00
At 8 tr m . via Kenalnrtoa and Jersey CUT
WaahlagUa and N. V Expreae 8.00
At 6li r. m . via Ken tins ton and Jeraey city
Evening Mall S.00
At lUf d m . via Kenalnxloa end Jereev tltr
iilhern Mali 8.00
At lHtKht) Tl Kenalngtoa and Jeraey city
Southern Expreee 3.00
at ep m . viaaraaea ana mooy Acaoatwo
datlon ifrelffht and caaaeneertl
let 'claae ticket 113
14 dsaa ticket 1 LO
The 8 13 p m Evening Mall and Ibe 1.80 (High!)
Southern Exprees will roe dally, (all others, anndays
except ea. j
PHILADELPHIA AND NSW TORK LINES.
Leave Walnut atreel wharf at 8 and 8 a. m ,11m.,
and In. m
Leave Kensington Depotat 11.19a. m., 183, 4. 80 and
o eo p. m , ana v. ou a. m (nigut.
The 6.43 p u. Use rane dally ( (aU ethers, Sob
NEW TORE AND PHILADELPHIA LINES.
Leave foot of Barclay etreet at 8 a. ia. aad 1 1. m.
From foot of CorUaad street at 7, S, aad 10 a.m , 11
m . 4 and 8 d m . aad 11 nltbt
TLe 6pm line runs daily (all others, Ouadsys
W. H.GATEMER, Ageat,
Philadelphia and New York Llnee
Pbiladslhia. Dee. 13, 1183. deSl
O T I 0 E TO SOUTHEUN TILVV-
TUB OLD AND DIRECT LINE ENT1RELT COM
PLETED. STAGINO ENTIRELT DISCONTINUED.
0 MILES SHORTER AND S HOURS QUICKER THAN
BT ANT OTHER ROUTE.
Oa and after MONDAT. September , the old nd
favorite line from WASHINGTON, via FREDSKICKK.
BUUO, to RICHMOND, will be rua tWICS DAILY,
(SauJy nights excepted,) as follow t
The fact aud commodloae eteemcr KET POUT, Csptila
Frank HoUlagabead, aad 0. VANDERB1LT, Laptaia A
L Colmary, will leave the wharf, foot of felxtu atroet,
Washington, twice dally, (Sun lay nlghta excepUd ) at
7 a in, end 8 43p m , rrdvlng at Aqula Creek by 10 80
a. m, and llS3p m , and thaace by the Richmond,
Fredericksburg, and Potomae Railroad, oow entirely
completed, lo Richmond, arrlvla there at 120 p in ,
and 8 90 a u , affording ample time for dining la Klch
moud, and making nonnatloae with the Richmond anj
I'cteraburg Railroad for Petersburg and polnta sooth of
Tbe atoamvr teavlug Waahlngtoa al 6 48 p m , srrlvas
la lliehnioud at 8 20 a. m . eOurJIng ample time for
breakraat, and connection with the Kichravud and Dan
ville traluefor Danville, Va,, Oreenaboro', Ballabary,
Charlotte, Raleigh, Oolda borough, and Wilmington, N.
C . .uJ I'hMl.r. Il C.
Oa bUNUATS leave WABIIINOTON at 7a u, ealy,
and arrive la Richmond at 3 13 p m
Baggage checked through to Richmond from New
Totk, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Waah Bgloa,and as
ovui anted by through baggage uiaatera
Thrunch tic kaia from N lorkloRlebmoaJ 117 00
' Pbll4'a ' I8 60
m u $ Ualtlmore 10 00
" M, " Waahlngtoa " 8 80
Baltimore to Fred V, ,... SCO
H " " WaahlDgtou " 4 28
SICOXO CLAM TBttvVOB T10KSTS
From Waablnetoa to Richmond ....88 00
" " Fredorlekabarg 800
( aa be procured la New Tork at No 23 Broad a r,
and at Oouitlaud alreet ferrr la PblUtalbLN. at tbe
depot of the t'hlladeljble, Wll ulngton aud Baltimore
Railroad Company, Broad nd lrimo alroula la Balti
more, at tho Camden Mellon of the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad Company, In Waahlngton, at the Compauy's
oillce, at the corner uf Penneylvenla avenue and Sixth
treet, and on board tbe Potomae staamboate,
Faaaesgere leaving New York at 7 and 8 a. u 1 1 aad
7 p in, Philadelphia al 118p m. (DAY,) aad 11 18 p.
m (NIGUT,) aad Baltimore at 8 80. 1 23, aad 8 p m ,
8 S3 and 4 si a. u . arrive la Waahlaeloa at 8.20. 8.80.
aad 7.48 p ia , and 8 and 8 a. m , la ample time te make
sonneottona for Richmond aad the South.
0 in alb u tee sad Baggage Wagons wUl be la readlneas
to convey passengers aad baggage betweea depots la
Paaeengersby this Lios peae by daylight Mount Vsr-
BOB, UU ma V'vviiiimij im. IIT'IK
battle Selde asar Frederlcksbarg, by etopptag at that
HairfaffevrlUbo checked from New Tork. Phlladal.
phla, and Baltimore to WaahlagtoB,whoro II wUl be met
py uio vaggago maatere oi toie iino
Breakfast aad sapper ea board of steamers
OEO, JfATTINQLT. io pari a ten dent,
VT V uuaaniuHi gvn,
I BALTIMORE LOOK U08P1TAU
TABLISIIED AS A REFUGE FROM QUACKERT.
THE ONLT PLAC1 WHERE' A CUR1 CAN BI OB
Dr. JOnifBTON has dissevered the moat certain.
speedy, and only effect oal remedy la the world for
Wea knees of Ibe llsek or Limbs. Blrlslaree, AbTeclloBS of
the Kldaeys and Bladder, laveleatary Dlesharges, Im
Kteeey. General Debility, Nervoaineee, Dyapepela,
egBor. Low Spirits, Toafasloa of Ideas, PalplUtlea
et the Heart, Timidity, Tremblings. Dlmaeee ef Sight
or Glddlaeea, Dlaeaaee of tbe Head, Throat, Heae, or
Skin, Affection a of the Langs, Stomach, or Bewete those
terrible dltordere arielng from the Solitary Habits of
Tenth tbeeeatcaxt and solitary frsctleee 'snore fatal
te their vletlas thaa the song ef Byreae te tbe Martaere
ef Ulyssee, bl ghtlsg their moat brilliant hopes or aatlcl
peUoas, readering marrlero, Ac, Impossible,
Fpeelally,wbft have become tbe victims of Solitary
Vlee,lbaldreadfal aaddeerrncllve habit which aena
ally sweepeloaa antlmely grave tboaeaadsof you eg
via i iy mw rxaitea taioeie una eniiiaai inteueet,
who might otherwlae have entranced I la tenia g 8-aalee
with tbs thuodere-of eloieeaee,or waked lo eeetaey the
living lyre, may eatl with fall eon fide see.
Married Pereons. or Tonne Men eantemntatlaa' tnar.
rlago, being aware of physical weskaees, organic debil
ity, deformlttee, Ac , ipeedlly eared.
ia wno piaeoo nimaeii naoertno van or vr. J,may
rallalonalv eoaflde on hie honor aa a a-aa tlanaa. Ami
confidently rely aeon hie skill an a phyalslea.
Immsdlately Cured and Full Vlgr Restored.
This Dreadrnt Dlaeaae w klch readera Life rnlserable
sad Marriage Impoealble te the penalty paid by tbe
vtctlmsof Improper Indulgences Touog pereoae are
too apt lo com rait exeeaaee from not being aware of the
dreadel eoBaequene! ibat may enaee Now, who that
understands the eubjact will pretend to deny that the
power of proerealloB la loat eooaer by thoao latlleg Into
Improper habits tbaa by the prudent Beeldaa being
deprived the pleasures of healthy offeprlif, the moat
eerloesaad doetraetlve eymptoms lo both body aad
mind ariae. The eyatem becomes deranged, tbe Physi
cal end M alal Fanstlons weskaned. Loss of Proerea
live Power, Nervoae Irritability, Dyapepela, Palpita
tion ef tbe Heart, lad IgoaltoB, Coaetllulloaal Debility,
a wealing of Ibe Frame, Coerbe, CAaeamptloa Ae.
OFFICE NO 7 SOUTH FBSDKRICK STREET,
Left band side, going from Baltimore etreet e few doors
from theeorner Fell not to ebeerve name aad number.
Loiters roast be paid aid eoatala a stamp. The Doe
tor's Diplomas hang la his aOco
MemVr of the Beynl College et Surgeons, London,
gradnata from one of the moat eminent Cotlegee la the
Ualted Htatea. aad tho oroa.1' nart Af whoa Ufa baa
been spent In Ihe boapltal of London, raris, Ph lied el-
paia.BDq riavwoore, naaeoeciea aomo or intmoaias
lonlahlae enree thai were ever kiavat nuv troaMad
with ringing Ib tbo bead aad ears whoa aaleop, gret
aervoaaneee. being alarmed at.ieddea oouadetbaah
fnlneee, with frequent blnehlng, attended aomotlnee
with a derangement ef the mlad, were cured Imme
diately. iaativ,ui,an nuiia.
Dr. J. addressee aU thoao who bare Inland them
sstves by Improper Indulgence end solitary habits,
which rsla both body aad mtad, unfitting them for
either baoluMe, etady, society or maniago
Theao are eome of the asd aod melancholy offecte pro
dneed by early habile of youth vlit Woakneas of tbe
a unnii j 'una in mo iiaaa, jfimaoee oi Bignt,
v.. nm.iii vmwt, iviMiiiil VI lu, iivbi. n
pepela, Nervoua f rri lability, Deraagemeat of Ibe Dig ea
live Feectlone, General Debility, Symptoms ef Coa
Msxtai lt The fearful effcts oa the mlsd are much
to be dreaded Loee of Memory, Coafeslea of Ideas, Do
preaaloa of Spirits, Sell Forebodlnge, Avereloa to So
rfely, Self dlstraat. Love of Solitude, Timidity, Ae , are
some ef tbe evlle produced.
Thoaaaadsof peraoaa of all ages eaa aow Judge what
la tho csuae of their decile lag health, loolag their visor,
becoming weak, pals, nervosa, and emaciated, having
a singular appearance about tbs eyes, cough, aad symp
toms of coneumptlon
Who htve lalored themeelvea bv a certain eracllce la
delged le wbea alone a bablt frequently learaad from
evil eomrsnlons, or at school, tbe effecleof which are
Bigpny ion, even wnea aaieep, ana ir not carea reeoern
marriage lmpoaalble, aad destroys both mind aad body,
ehoald apply Immsdlately,
What a puy that a young man, tbe hope ef his coun
try, the pride of hie parents, should be snatched from
all proa pacts and enjoyments of life, by Ihe eonao
3 nonce of deviating from tbe path of nature aad la
ulglag la a certain secret babll Such persons Htrsr,
resect Ibat a eon ad m'ad aad body are Ibe moat aeeee
sary requisites to promote connubial bspplneas. ledeod,
without three, the Joaroey through Ufa bocomee aweary
pilgrimage; the proapecl hourly darkeae to the view t
tbe mind becorass ahadowed with deipalr, and filled
with the melancholy refirctton that lbs happlneaa of aa
other beeomee blighted with our own
DISEASE OF IMPRUDENCE.
When the mlagulded and tmpradeat votary of pleas
ai,efladsbebaa,lmblbdtbeeedsor this palafat dis
ease. It too often happona Ibsl aa 111 timed sees of
shame, or dread of dlacovsry, deters him from applying
le thoao who, from edncatioa aad reapoctabllur
alone befriend Mm He falle Into the bands of lga
aad dealgnlng pretesdera, who, Incapable of eartag,
filch bis pecuniary subataace, keep him trlllng month
after month, or aa long ae the ematleat fee eaa be ob
tained, and In deapslr leave him with rained health to
algh over bis galling dleappolntnient I or, by the eae of
that deadly polaoa, Mrcary. b Mien tho eoaetltutlonsl
aymrtome tit tble terrible dUeaae, each ae A faction of
tbe Had, Throat. Noa, Skin, ole., progreaalag with
frit htfol rapidity till death pule a periodjto hla dreadfal
aotferlng by seadlng him to that andleeovered eoea ry
from whoee bourne no traveler returne
E3IDORSEMENT OF THE PRESS.
The many Ihouisods cured al this Institution within
Ihe last eighteen yesrs, and the aumcroua Barglcal Op
orallone pi formed by Dt Johnston, witnessed by the
reporters of the Sua,' and maay other pspere, aollees
of which appeared again and again before the public,
beside bis standing aa a gentleman ef character aad re
epooalblltly, le a auSlclent guarantee lo tho afflicted.
SKIN DISEABKS 8PEED1LT CURBu.
Persons writing should be particular la directing
thalr letters to his imitation. In the following manner t
JOUNM JOHNSTON, M D,
Baltimore Lock Hoepltal,
JelSOy Baltimore, Maryland.
ESTABLISHED IN 1808.
JOSEPH L. PEARSON,
GIDEON A PKAnSON,
BOOK AND JOB FRINTBR,
No. 811 Ninth Street, asar Pennaylvaala Avenue,
Hating greatly Increased Ihe facilities ef Ihe above
OLD ESTABLISHED PRINTING HOUSE
by aa almost
ENTIRE RENEWAL OF MATERIAL
Aad tbe addition of sevsral of tbe( moat Improved
Is prepared lo execute every variety of
FINE VISITING CARD
PLAIN OR COLORED INK.
PROMPTNESS AND DISPATCH
INBION OITIUE, MAKCH 2, 16CC
3 u all tehom it may concern;
Application having been made onder tbe act of Jane
2."tiww, for thorelaaaeof tbe following described Land
Warrants, which nro alleged tobsve heea loat or de
atroyed, notice ta hereby given that at the dale follow
ing tbe description of each warrant a new rertlBcale or
warrant of like tenor will be leaned, If no valid obles
tloa eball then appeari
No 81 Obi, for Ion acraa, lamed nuder tbe ad of March
S, 1SU, In the name of Tbomse Wallace, and was granted
Januaryie.1837 May M, 1808 mh8lawllw
No 08,416, for 70 acree, Isanod nndsr the act of March
8, 1838, ta tbe name of Lucy Whllcomb, widow of Jeeao
Whltcoub, aad was granted April 20, 1838, Janet,
1888 ' mis
Ko 11,07, for SO scree, liaued under tie set of March
3. 18-W, la tie naiae of Jams Fhilbee, aod was greeted
NovewberlO, 16M June lfiJROB mbTf-lawllw
'HEME COUllTOFTIIU DISTUIOT
830 EQUITT, Docket 7.
Gxoroi BuTLsa )
TLo eubpojoe laauej to compel Ihe appearance of the
defendaut baling beea returned "ioa f," and the
complainant haviog filed an sUdavIt that Ihe defendant
has been abteot from aald 1U trict for mor thaa six
months last pt, so Ibat pr cea cannot be served upon
blm.Ula, thl 30th day of March, 1898, on motion of ihe
complainant, or it rod et Cnnrabero tlat the dofnedant
cauao ble appesrsaoo to bo entered to tbts cause oa or
bsfore tbe first TUkSDAT of Jane nexlt otherwise the
bill will be lekea for sonfeeeedi Provided, a copy of
this notice bepabllabsd la the Natioxal RxFtrBUOAX
once a week for six wssks before aald flrat Toeidey
, , A. B OLIN, Justice, Ae.
A Iras copy i
,-- T,tl n J MEIGS, Clsrk.
W T FssDAtL.for complainant
X eaUeriber has obtalaed from tb Orphans' Court
of Washing ton eonnty, la the District of Columbia,
It!'.? oredmtalatratiea " Ibe pereoasl eatate ef Robert
w. Uamlltoa, late of Waehlogioa eoanly, deeeaesd.
All peraoaa having claims agaloal the said deceased
are hereby warned to exhibit tbe same, with tbe
voachers thereof, to tbe eabecrlber, on or before Ihe 90th
day of Mena next i ihey may otherwise by law he
exeladed from all beacll ef tho said estate.
Olve eader ray kaal this SO Ik day of Mareh, A. D
IM a -. W.A.CARTJ.B,
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