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WE0XKSDAY JIORNINQ ' OCTOBER , 1866.
The Apple Trade In Beaton
The public generally aro aware that large
quantities of apples aro received and sold in
this city, though but few haro an adequate
idea of the large scalo on which tho business
in this particular line is carried on here. It
is impossible to estimate tho number of bar
rels sold annually, but tho fact that one firm
dispose of about fifty thousand barrels will
pivo on idea of the magnitude of the trade,
ihe crop in Massachusetts Oils car is con
sidercd a failure, and this Is generally con
ceded throughout the State. In but few sec
tions is there a good crop, and the Itoston
dealers will liavo to depend on other States
for their supplies. At the present time there
is a good supply of excellent fruit in tho
market, whicn has been received from tho
States of Maine and New Ilampshlre.though
there aro small nuan titles constantly arriving
frqra Western iiew York. From Maine,
during the past two or three years, compara
tive!) small Tjuantities hac been received fn
Uoston This j car, however, the crop in that
State is very heavy, and also In New Hamp
shire. The fruit from each of these States comes
by rail; the kinds of apples arriving at tho
present tune in large quantities aro Baldwins
lt year at this period the market was
supplied from western New York, but tho
crop in that section this ear is light Bos
ton dealers in large numbers are there con
tracting for as rauny barrels as is possible at
seasonable prices. 'I here are facts m this
trade that are of peculiar interest. Beside
supplying dealers in this State, Boston
men often send large quantities to New
York, Baltimore and Washington, and
points further south, at some seasons of
lhe ear, while at other seasons they de
rive their supplies themselves from York.
In Boston the facilities for storage of this
fruit aro much better than in New York,
and this explains vrlij Boston dealers supply
those in New York at stated seasons
'I he present ruling price in quantities is
Jrom $1.50 to G per barrel, and about the
same at retail. Some of the finest qualities
bring from G to $7 per barrel, but there are
as many grades of apples as of flour and it is
almost impossible to clvc correct prices.
they are lower than last year at this time.
The oldeit CutDolio church ti St Patrick's, on
street oottb, corner of Tenth itreet wcit, one
square west from the Patent Office edifice Rt.
J. A Walter, pwtor, Iter Father Kane, Militant,
St Peter's Church, Capitol 11 ill, about three
squares from the southeast corner of the Capitol
grounds JWt. Mr Boyle if the pastor
8t Matthew1! Cbarch, corner of Fifteenth and
11 streets, a ihort distance north from the State
Department. Pastor, Iter Charles White, D D ,
Rer Mr McNallj, assistant. ,
St Mary i, (German,) on Fifth, near II street
Uev Mauhlas Allg, pastor Sabbath services, 10
a m , and afternoon
St Domtnick'i Church, on the Island, Sixth
street, about equidistant between the canal and
Potomac river Paitor, Ret. J A Bokel, OSD,
assistants, Rer N D Young OSD; Rer J II
Lynch, 0 S D Rtr 11 F. Ralph. OS.D, Rev.
C. Coll, 0. S D
St. AIoTflos This splendid temple Is on North
Capitol street, corner or I street, and near the
Douglas Hospital. Ror. Mr Stonestrcet, pa-tor,
and three assistants
Charcb of the Immaculate Conception, corner of
Hghthand N streets Dnine services every o
lay morning at V o'clock, Rer Father McCarthy,
Last Washington, lourth street east, between
U street south and South Carolina avenue Ser
rices t Ham, and evening Her Oeorge V
Leech Is tho pastor
roundry Meeting House, Iter D Peyton Brown,
pastor, corner of (1 and fourteenth streets Ser
rices morning at 11, and evening
Wesley Chapel, corner of F and Fifth streets
Kev Dr mtt, pastor Services at 11 a m and
71 p m
MoKendree Chapel, Massachusetts avenue, near
Ninth street, Rer Wm Krebs, pastor Preaching
at 11 a m , and evening
rletcher Chsjel Is on New Tor k arenue and
Fourth street f er Job Lambeth, pastor Ser
rices Ham and 7 p m
Lnion Chapel, Rer J II M Lemon, pastor is
on iweoiieia street, near Pennsylvania arenue
Services at 11 a. m and 7) p m
Ryland Chapel Is on the Island, Tenth, corner of
D street, two sioares from the passenger railway
Rer William Hamilton, 1) I), the clJeit acthe
preacher in the IUllitnoie Conference, Is the pastor
berviees at the usaal hour, morning and evening
Uorfucb Chapel Is on Four and a half street,
about two thirds of the distance between the canal
and arsenal Rer J. N Davis Is the pastor Ser
rices at the usual hours i
Waugh Chapel, Cnritol Hill, Is about three
squares east of the Old Capitol prison Rer Geo
O Markham ts the pastor Serrlces at 11 a, m
ana ij p m
Providence Chapel, Rev John Lighter pastor,
(temporarily,) Is on the 1111), just at the point where
the cars from Baltimore turn to come Into Wash.
Ington Service every Sunday, at 11 a. m and In
Lplscopal Methodist Chapel, on M street, near
Ninth Ker.W V Tudor pastor. Divine service
Sabbath mornings and erenings
llauline Chapel a beautiful homo of Dirlne
worship, Is now opened on the corner of Ninth and
P streets Rev J H fc dinger tutor Serrlces
at 11 a m and 7 p m
Wesley Chapel Mission, corner of Ninth and S
streets north Pastor, Rer. Mr Bentley Ecr
rices on every Sabbath at 11 a ra and 7 30 p m
Christ Church This venerable edifice is located
on (J street south, between Sixth and Seventh
streets east. Rer M L Olds rector ScrrKes at
Hi m and afternoon,
St John's Church, opposite the President's
House, was erected la 1814 Rev John V Lewis,
rector Service! at 11 a m , and afternoon Re
opened November 13, 1804
Trinity Church, Her Mr Keeling, rector, Third
and C streets Sunday service at 11 a. m , and
Church of the Epiphany, Rer Dr Hall, rector.
Sabbath services at 11 a m , and afternoon
Church of the Ascension, Rer Dr Pinkaey,
rector oaooaia services at ll a m , ana ereniue
nM rw,J. itVi.-i -i - .' i "'u;u
Urace Church (Island) Sunday serrlces at 11
u , u ,ituiu(j .mt n .uiiuu, rcciur
Lplscopal services oery SunJay, at 11 a m and
71 j m intbollalloornerori'onnsyhanlaa.enue
and Twentieth street Ibe Iter Augustus Jackson
iithepostor Tbe seats are free
Protestant Lplscopal services every Sunday af
lurnnon. Mtev. It W T.nrt n .karn In tt.
M.v.,u.r rknr.i. Ar..n.. ,r vi.ii. i , ......
s,. chT, h :?; in .. :,. ".'"'" z .. :"","
- - - - ---, -- ----.--
on me corner oi iweiiin anu n iirocts, is uesigoeu
to be ready for this congregation durtnz the fall
Sittings ut present services free Hour of service
-renins? services aro held at Trinity Chanel, cor
ner of Sixth and N streets, on each bunday, at 7J
p in Thaller hlr Itolfe officiating as missionary
Hook Creek Church, Iter Dr Buck, rector, near
Soldier s Home Etrrloeatlla in
First Baptist, Thirteenth street, between 0 and
U Pastor, Her A D Gillette, D. D Services
at 11 a m , and evening
BeoonJ Church (near Nary yard ) Organised In
1810 Services at 11 a in and erenlng Iter John
b Street Church south side of E street, nearly a
square east from tbe Ucneral Post Office Rer
If Gray I) I) , paitor
Fifth Haptlit, D street south, near Four and a
balf street (Island j Pastor Rer C C Meador
Sabbath serrlces 11 a m anl evening
Calrary Daptlst, Key T H Ilowlett, pastor,
oorner of I! and Flghth streets north faervlco at
lis m and 71pm
Daptlst Church, (old scboel ) on the second and
fourth Sundays of eaeh month In the Aldermun s
room, City Halt, at Ham and 3 r w LUer
VU KSBIT BRIAN
North Presbyterian Church on N between
Mutb and Tenth streets Iler Mr Fox, pastor
Seriloe at 11 a m and 3j p m
Flrat Presbyterian, Four aod-a half street, near
tbe City tls.ll. Her l)r Sunderland Preaching
to day at 11 a m and 7) P m.
If tw jork avenue cburch, Iter J' if uaney,u
Chorea i on New York arenas, between Xalr-
tcsnth and Fourlsealh'etreefi. BertlcVit 11
m. ana vTemau;., f , , y , i
Fourth church, Ninth itreet, half a square north I
or the Patent Umee edifice, iter. Joan u. amuo,
D D , the pastor of twenty-five years. Service at
11am and afternoon. -,
Assembly's, Rer. T.'B.HeFalts, pastor, eoroer
of Massachusetts avenue and Fifth itreet. Serrlces
at 11 a to and evening.
Sixth Presbyterian, Rtr. George n. Smyth.
Services at 11 a. m and7Jp m. Thursday at 71
p m. Church on Sixth street, near Maryland art.
Western PresbyUrloa ohnrth oa B atreetv hi
tween Nineteenth and Twentieth streets, near
Pennsylvania avenue, First ward, Rer. J. N.
Coombs, pastor Serrlces at 11 o'clock, a. m , and
at 7 p m
Cspltol Hill Presbyterian charcb, Rer. John
Chester, pastor. On Fourth itreet east, between
B street south and Pennsylvania arenue Serrlces
at It a m and 7 J p m
Presbyterian. Seventh itreet. Island, between D
and E streets, Rer W. W, Campbell, pastor Ser
rlces on Sabbath at 11 a m. and 7J p m
trORMBD rRBsartsnUR, (scotch covexahtebs j
First, between N and 0 streets Island, Rer. J.
M Armour, pastor.
The Methodist Protestant Church, on Ninth
street, between B and F. Pastor, Rer. D E.
tteese sabbath semces, nam ana evening
Methodist Protestant, near Nary Yard, Virginia
avenue; Rer James Thompson, pastor. Serrlce
11 a m and evening, and Thursday evenings
Potomac, or North Washington, near Holmead'i
old burial ground S A. Hobliliell and 0 Cox
Services as usual In Metterott'i Hall. 318 Penn
lylranla avenue, between Ninth and Tenth streets,
commencing at 7 45, evening, Sabbath School and
Uibie uiasses at v 19 a m Mats tree
Religious service held In the German language
every unday at tl o'clock, a. m , and 7f p m , in
the church corner of Sixth and N streets Rer J
Washington Hebrew Congregation, Eighth itreet,
west side, second square north of the Patent Office
and Department of the Interior Serrlce Friday
evening at sunret, and Sabbath morning at 8 a m
run ids' BBTia nocaa.
Orthodox, No 453 North Ninth street, two doors
south of F street, west side Sabbath serrlces at
tl a ra.
Meeting House North I street, (north side,) be
tween Eighteenth and Nineteenth streets west.
Meeting every Sabbath at 11 a m
CHIT ASIA If
Rer Edmund B Wilson, of Salem Moss . Is ex
pected to preach In the Unitarian Church, corner
oi u ana main streets
Qerman Evangelical Congregation of Trinity,
Unaltered Augsburg Confession, Fourth street
west corner ef Ritreet no rh Pastor, Rer. E
M Buerger Service morning, afternoon and
German Evangelical, Q street north, corner of
Twentieth itreet west, First ward Rer. Samuel
Flnckel, pastor Service 11 o clock a m and 4 J
Evan gel teal Lutheran (German) St John's
Church, Four and a half itreet, Island Serrlces
every Sabbath morning at 11 o clock Wm Frey,
St Paul s, corner of Eleventh and II streets
west Rer J O Butler, pastor Services 11 a
m and evening Lecture on Thursday evening
Church, North Capitol itreet, between B and C.
Pastor, Her Jabes Fox. Services at 11 a m
The Christian Church meets In the Supreme
Court room of this District, at the City Hall, on
the Lord's Day, at 11 o'clock a m
The Spiritualists hold meetings, and have ad
drwtt by able speakers, every Sunday, in Union
League Hall, at 11 a m and 7 J p m
TOITlfO MBN'ICHBIBTIAH ABSOCIATIOH
The monthly meetings of the Young Men's Chris
tlan Association, (No 600 Seventh street,) for the
years 18C&-7, will be on the third Monday In each
month, rls May 21, June 18, July 10, August 20,
September 17, October 15, Kotc sober 19, December
17. January 21. February 18. March 18. April IS.
and May 20 A social prayer meeting li held at
the rooms every Saturday evening, at 6s o'clock.
CUUKI.UE3 124 UfcUKUElUttW
Trinity, (Koman Catholic ) near the College.
St Johns. (Protestant Episcopal.) Iter Mr.
Ttlllnghurst Services morning and afternoon
1'retbyterian, Iter Mr Taylor, bor vices morn
log and evening
Christ Church, (P E ,) Rev Mr Williams Sr
rices morning and evening
St Alban s. Her Mr Chew, rector
Methodist Fpiioopal, Dumbarton street, Iter.
W B Edwards, D D Serrlces morning and ere
Metboilltt Protestant, Congress street. Rer M
E Hysors and D A Sherman .Services morning
Wet Georgetown, (M K ,) Rer Geo M Berry
Services morning and erenlng
Episcopal Million South High street, Rer Mr
Brown Sabbath school Instruction and preachlne
CHURCHES IN ALEXANDRIA
First Presbyterian, Rer U C McCampbell pas
tor, service Ham and 3pm
Second Presbyterian, Rer J T. Leftwlch pastor,
services II a m and 7 p tn
Methodist Lplscopal, Rer Joseph R Wheeler
pattor, serrlce 11am and 7pm
Methodist Episcopal South, Rer. Mr Langhorn
paitor, service 11 a m and 7 p m
Methodist Protestant, Rer Henry Nie pastor,
service 11 a m and 7 p m
Christ Church, Episcopal, Rer, Dr. MoMurdy
paitor terrlco 11 a m and 7 p m
St Paul s Church, Episcopal, Rer O W. Norton
pastor, service 11 a m and 4 p m
Grace Church, Episcopal, Rer. D T. Sprlgg
raitor, serrlce 11 a ra and7p m
Baptist Church. Rer C C Bitting pastor, ser
rice It a. m and 7pm
Catholic Church, Rer P. Kroee pastor, service
11 a m and 4 p m
DKI'AUIMENT Or THE INTERIOR,
Uvivid Stath Fativt Orrtci,
WAIBIIdTOH. Aug fl 1S06
Oa the petition of BietibeuC Mendenlnll.of Klcbnond.
lad , and Obd King and Eira Kin, of Salem, Iowa,
praying fur tbe exteoeloo of a patent granted to them
oa IbeUih day of fioveinler, 1852. for an Improvement
In Hand Loo tot for aevea years from the expiration of
said patent, which takes place on the Sth day of No
It la ordered Ibat tbe aatd petition be heard at tbe
1'Atent Offl co on 03DA, tbe 2-4 day of October
next, at 13 o'clock to , aud all peraone are notlned to
appear and ahow can.e, if any tbey bare, why aald pe
tittoa onsht not to be granted.
1'araona oppoilng the estenaloo are required to die lu
tbe IMnt OBlce tbelr objections, apaclally ent forth la
writing at leaatftMnlf days before the day of hearing ,
all tatt mony filed by either party, to be aed at the
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a ace with the rules of tbe office, which will be far
aUbed oa application
Depositions aud other papers, relied upon as te-.ll
inony, mott be filed In the office twenty dare before
the day of hearing the arguments, If any, within ttn
rad. also, that thla notice be nubllshed la Ihe
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""'" thl. notka !ltw-,
lEPAUIMENl OF TJIE INIEUIOU,
. 1 UiutsuStitis Fatkjtt Orrics,
I Wabbir itom Anintt 31. 1666
On tb ootltlon of Jearnm Alklna. of Mokena. Illinois.
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STRICT OF COLUMBIA, WASHINGTON COUNTY
TO WIT I
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Ward, decoaacd, the executor aforesaid baa, with
tbe approbation of the Orpbane' Court of Watblug
ton eouoty aforesaid, appointed TUESDAY, tbe titi
day of November next, for the Soal settlemont
and distribution of tbe personal estate of said do
ceased, and of the assets la band, as far as tbe same
have been collected and turned Into money; when and
where all tbe creditors and heirs of said deceased are
Hollaed to attaad.wlth tbelr claims properly vouched,
or tbev mi uiharwUa bv law be excluded from all
benefit In aald deceased Veitatet provided a copy of
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la tbe Nitiojal RarvviaoAl previous to the eald day.
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OdS-wlw iUfUtw ef WlU.
"DRQOKLYN AND JAUAIOfi. RAIL
CHAKGl OF TIME.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT FROM AUOUBT 13, lWft.
LKAVI EUUTU rSUHI,
For Jamaica. T. 45 and 10 li a. m . 116a A. SUand
ror empauu,ru ana 10.10 0. m., ana j ana i p u
Por Syosaet, 10 13 a. m , aad 4 pm.
Oreeaport, 7 43 a. m , and 8 pm.
Leave Jamaica far Bfaaklra. A.40.T.M. L . aad
10 a. m, and 1,3 W, 4, e, and 7 p m
Conaeetlef at East Sew Tork with city cars.
Leave JeaU ft. 0. and 11 a m . I. 1A. SO. a. ami
Leave a et Mew Tork for Jamaica, B30, 0 JO, and
11 30 a. to . 1 SO, 3 43, 4, o SO and 6 43 p m
tail UK, m iram irom ooniu rtrrf ipnonK wun
L.I R.R exenrstoa train D J MOLLOT,
CENTRAL RAILROAD OP NEW
PASSENGER AND FREIGHT DEPOT IN NtWTORE,
rOUT OF LIBIKTX kTUBST.
Connects at Hampton Junction with Delaware, Lack
a wanna, aad Weatera railroads, aad at Em ton with
Lehigh Valley railroad and 1U eoanectloaa, forming a
direct line lo P1TTSBURO AND THE WEST without
change of care
ALLENTOWN LIKE TO THE WEST
THREE EXPRESS TKA1NS DAILT FOR THE WEST,
ieept Sundays, when one trala la the evening
6IXTXMILES and THREE BOOKS saved brtbla Una
to Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Ae , with but ooe
change of cars
Commeeclna May SI, ISofl leave New Tork as follows i
700 a m lanrsas for tha Waal oanaeta at ton
with trala for Mauch Chunk, Wllllamtport, Wilkes
barre, MahaaoyClty, As
Mall Train at 8 -00 a m for Flo!ng.on,Eaatou,Water
aap,6crantou,Wllkesbarre,Oreat Bend, PittaUa, Ding
bam ton, Ac
0 00 a, m , WeUern Expreas for Easton, AUentown,
Uarriaburg, Pittsburg and the Wett, with but one
change of ears to Clnelaaatlor Chlcaio,aad bat two
changes to 81 Loala Connects at Harrlaburg with the
Northern Central aad rblladalnhla and Erla roads, for
Corry and tbe Oil Regions
iiivn tor tion, Aiieatowa, Mauta wnanK,eau
lag, Pott t villa, Harrleborg, Ae
4 00 p m for Easton, Seranlon, Great Bend, Bstble
bem.and Mauch Chunk.
s-OOp m forSomervllleaad Flemlngtoo.
6 ISp m for Somerrllle
7J0p m for Son err llle
8-00 p m. Wet tern Expreta Train. for Easton. Allen
town, Readlng,Harrlabark, Plttaburg, and the West
Sleeping Care through from Jersey City te PUUburg,
iicacis loriBi niMc am oDiainau ,. ioi vd oi
the Central Railroad of New Jersey, foot of Liberty
atrt. N. R. l at No 1 Astor House i at Noe. S71. 6M. aad
944 Broadway! "d At the prlnelpal hotels
sezo iujiauu DiannD, enpena.snaeni.
E A DING RAILROAD.
fJKEAT TRUNK LINE
KUU PHILADELPHIA TO TnEINTBRIOROFPENN
SILTANIA, TUE 8CUOTLK1LL, SUbQUEHANNA,
CUMBERLAND, AND WYOMINU VALLEY, THE
NORTH, NORTHWEST, AND THE CAN AD AS.
6CMMEK AKRANOEMENT Of PASSEN0ESTRA1N8,
Leaving tbe Company's Depot, at THIRTEENTH and
CALLOWSLL streets, Philadelphia, at the following
At 7 30 a. m , for Reading aad Intermediate Stations.
At 1 a. m . for Readlna. Lebanon. Uarrltbnrff.
Poltavtlle, Plnegrove, Tamaqua, Suabnry, WUllaue
Eort, Cimira, noene tar, megare raua, ttouaio. Alien
own. Wllkeabarre. PltUtoa. Tork. Carlisle. Cbambera
bnrg, Uagerttowo, ete , ete
Tnia iraia connects at alavihu win aa reaasyi
vaala Railroad trains for Alleatowa, etc., and tbe Le
banon Vatlar trala for Uarrlaburir. ete t at PORT
CLINTON with the Catawlaaa Railroad tralas for Wll
Ilamsburg, Loeitiiavea, Kimira, ete : at uakuibuu-U
with Northern Central, Cumberland Valley, endBcbuyl
kill and Botquehanna tralne for Northumberland, Wll
llomsport. York, Chamberahurg, Plnegrove, ete
Learee Pbtladelpbla at 3 80 p m , for Reading, Potts
Vine, iierntDurg, eio . sgnneeung wi.b auii d
Columbia trains for Columbia, ete
Learee Reading at 8 a. m , stopping at all way sta
tlons, arriving at Philadelphia at 8 fio a m
itoiuramg, leaves i -naasi yuie, imy w. , inn in
eadlag at 7 M p m
Tralne for Pbtladelpbla leave Harrlaburg, at t 10 a.
i .and Pottavllleat 8.45 a. m .arriving U Phlladel
phlaatlp m Afternoon traiae leave Harrlaburg at
llop m.,Pottsrllle at 2. 45 p m , arriving la Phila
delphia at 6 43 p m
Learee Reading at 7 SO a m , and Harrlaburg at 4. 10
ti n . cosaeettna' at Raadlna with Afternoon Aceommo
datloa eouth at 0 3Op m , arriving la Philadelphia at
10 p m
Mrt iram, whu yHvui it., ..
Philadelphia at 12.45 noon, for Reading and all way
stations Leaves Reading at 11 50a. m ,and Downing
towa at 1130 p m , for 1 blladelphla and all way sta
tions All tbe above trains run dolly, Sundays excepted
bunday traiae leave Potuvllle at 8 a m , and Phlla
delpblaatS 15 p in Leave Philadelphia for Reading
at 6 a mi returning from Reading at 4 25 p m
CHEbTER V ALL IV RAlLEOAD
Pattengera for Downlagtown aad Intermediate polate
lake tbe 7 80 and 8.15 a. u , and 5pm trains from
Philadelphia, returning from Dowalngtown at 0 35 a,
m and 1A30booo
iEW YOUh. EXPRESS POR PITTSBUROU AND THE
Leaves New York at 9 a. so, and 8 pm., passing
Reading at 1 05 and 11 53 a m aad MS p m , and con
necting at Harrlaburg with Pennsylvania and Northern
Central railroad express trains for Pittsburgh, Chicago,
Wllllamaport, Elmlra, Haiti more, Ae
Returning, expreit train leavee Uarrlabarg oa arrival
of tbe Pcaneylveala express from Pittsburgh el 3 and
0 05 a m and 9 13 p m , patting Reading at 4 49 and
10 52 a m and 11 30 p m , and arriving In Mew York
at 10 a. m and 143 p m bleeping cars accompany
these trains through between Jersey Clly and Pitta
hnrsh wlthntit ctlllft
A mall trala for New York leavee Harrieburg at 2.10
p m llallitrala for Harrlaburg leaves New York at
m SCHUYLKILL VALLEY RAILROAD
Tralas leave Pottavllleat 7 aad 11 30a.m. aad 7 15
p m , returning 'rom Tamaqua at 7 35 a. m. aud 1 40
and 4 15 P m.
6CHUYL-ILL AND BUSQCEUANNA RAILROAD
Traiae leave Auburn at 7 00 a m for Plaegroreaad
Harrlaburg, aad 1 60 p m. for Plnegrove aad Tremoat,
returning from Uarrlabarg at 8. 20 p m , aad from Tre
moat at 7. 85 a, m aad 8 25 p m
Through flret-elass tlckete and emigrant tickets to all
the principal points In the North and Weat and Canada.
The following tickets are obtainable only at tbe office
of 8 BRADFUMD, Treasurer. No 227 B fourth street,
Philadelphia, or of u A HllULbi, uenerai nuperia
At 25 per sent, discount, between any points desired,
for fa millet aod firm e
Qood for 2.000 miles, between all polats, 51fi0eacb.
for families aad firms
for three, six, nine, or twelve months, for holders only,
to all points, at reduced rntca
Ut.ldlni? oa lha Una of the road will be furnished
cards en till log themaelvee and wives to tickets at half
Goode of all descriptions forwarded to all tbe above
points, from the Company's new freight Depot, UHOAD
ana ot.iiutt iu
Leave Philadelphia dally at 5 30 a m , 12.43 noon, and
Op ni , for Reading, Lebanon, Uarrltburg, Potts villa,
Port UlAtoa, and all points beyond
Close at the Pbtladelpbla Post Office for all places on
tho road and lie branches at 5 a m , aad fur tbe pried
pal stations only at 3 43 p , m se!3 tf
RARITAN AND DELAWARE BAY
On and after MONDAY, August 6, 1600, the tralas
and boats of this company will leave as follows i
Btesiner JES&E 110YT will leave Pier No 32 N It,
foot or Duane at roe l, at 10 43 a. m , connecting with
Express for Red Bank, Long Branch, Fermlngdaie, Point
Pleat ant, Brlcksburg, Manchester, Tom'a Rlvor, Wood
maofe, Barntgat,hamoag,Tncherton,AUlon, Jackson.
and Philadelphia, aud alt stoueae oa me uauaea ana
At 4 p m from Pier No 31 N R., and 4 13 p m
from Pier No IA It. connecting with tralne for above
Eolbla and Philadelphia aad Express trala for Long
Fars to Long Branch oa this trala oaly 23 ets
Fare to 1 - ladeiphla oo all tralne,
Tbe freight boat leaves at 0.80 p m for all points oa
tbe line end Philadelphia.
USTiaviir J THAUs LIATX rBlLACSLPBIA 1
Express at B a m . from fool of Viae street Fare to
Way, Mali, and Express at 2 40 a, m from Camden,
arriving at New York at 0 80 a m .and stopping at
Pier 8 N H
Freight at 0 15 p m , arriving la New York at 4
o clock next morning ,
All baggege moat be delivered lu New York at Pier
No 32, as aoae will be received at Pier at No 3
ell tf WU N CLAYTON, Sup't
UORE LINE RAILWAY.
GREAT MAIL ROUTE
NEW TORE, PROVIDENCE AND BOSTON
THESE DAILT TRAINS.
Leaving New York, corner of Twenty seventh street
ana rourtn avenue, iiaa.ni , i io, a ana u p ra
This new and popular route between New York and
Boston la by far the most delightful between tbe two
great cities, aklrllngae It does tbe shoreeof Long Island
Sound and Narragaaeet Bay, being almoat entirely free
rrom uutt tioai great aanoyaace o ii-Ticrsj iuiii
fording a One sea breeie nearly the entire route
Splendid sleeping cars attached to all night tralas
aelB tf BE feOKANTON, Preeldeat
BOYCE'S LADIES' AND GENTS' ICE
CREAM AND DININO ROOMS, No 42oFeoneyl
vaola arenas, betweeu Four and abalf aud Sixth
Tbe largest aad coolest DININO ROOM, tbe most ex
touaivoUlLLOP FARE, aad the LOWES 1 PRICES la
the city TABLE BOARD, twenty. Ore dollars par
month, with choice from Bill of Fore, aad meals at all
Open from 6 o'clock o. m until 10 p m
JbjT NO LIQUORS BOLD -f
lee Cream, Water Isea, CouleeUeuery, and choice
Fastry eesttoaUy oe hud. wis
MORNING. QQTOBERy24.; ffljfi.
. It t A I M ,
WASHINGTON. ALEXANDRIA, and
Oa and after MONDAY. May 7th, 1868, aad uitlt
further notice. Pat -eager Traiae wlU ran betweeo
Washington and Alexaadrte ae follows t
tiari wABnirroi I iiiva alixakma
Local,. ,,..4..,,. 6 80a.u I Local .,.. 5.00 o.m.
Local 8 00 "
M 100 m
Mall A 00
eunuAi PAGsinaiR trains
Llira ALixARnai .
Local fiSOa m
B i prate ASfia m.
6 80lp n
jcai..,,.,,.,,.,! oup ra.
W A, A-.R.R
W, J PIIEL1-9.
Waaataoros, June 17, 1868
Tralaa betwna WABFIINGTOM aad HAT.Tt UiiRF n,t
WASU1NOTOK AND THE WEST, are now ruo asol
Leave dally, except Bandar, at 7W.710. and II 15
a. m , and -45, 4, SO, and 8 00 p m
FOR ALL WAY STATIONS
Leave dallr. axeeot Bandar, at 7 00 a. m. and 4A
and 8 pm.
EOR WAT STATIONS SOUTII OP ANNAPOA18 JUNC
Leave at 8. 15 and 7 a. m. , and at 1 43 and 4 85 p
m dally, except Sunday.
Leave at 7 00 and 7. W 1 a. n . . J IMnin a i
to or from Annapolis oa Bunday.
Leave at 7 30 a m. aod 2.43 aad (00pm
FOR WAY STATIONS
Leave at 7 SO a. m aad 2. 45 aad 6 p to.
FOB ALL FARTS OF TUE WEST
Leave daUy, except Bandar, at 7 80 a m and 8 00
Oa Sunday, at 8.00 p m only, counseling at Relay
Btattoa with tralne from Baltimore to Wheeling, Tar
Through tlekete to the Weat eau be bad at the Wash
Ington Station Ticket Office at all hours la Ihe day, as
well aa at tbe Bankers and Brokers' Telegraph Office,
S4S Pennsylvania avenue, between Sixth and Seventh
For New York, Philadelphia, aad Bottoa, see adver
tisement of "Through Line.
j u. wisun.
Master of Traasportatlon.
L. M. COLE,
General Ticket AgeaU
QEO. S KOONTZ, Ageat,
RANGE AND ALEXANDRIA RAIL-
TON AND ALEXANDRIA TO RICHMOND AND
Oa aad after FRIDAY, September 1, 1865, the tralas
on this road will run ae follows i
Leare Washington at 7 a m and 8. 80 p ro.
Leave Alexandria it 7 35 a. m. and 9 p m
Leave Oordoaevllle at 12.30 p m and 140 a. m
Arrive In Richmond at 8 p m and 6 a, m.
Arrive at Lyaekburg at 5. 23 p. m and 6. a. m.
Leave Lyaehbnrg at 6 43 a. m aad 7. 15 p. m
Leave Richmond at T a. m. and 7. 15 p m.
Leave Oordonivllle at 1130 p m.aadliaOo.u.
Arrive at Alexandria at 4 05 p m.and4Mo.m.
ArrlvsatWuhlngtoo at 8 30pm and 8 15 am.
OaSuadaysIeavewaahlogtonatSSOp m only.
Local freight trala leavee Alexandria et 4 a. m , ar
riving In Oordonivllle at 11 43 a. m.
Leaves Qordousvlllc at 12.35 p m , arriving la Alex
andria at! f m.
Through freight train leaves Alexandria at 8 a m ,
arriving la Lynchburg at 710 p m
Leaves Lynchburg at 3 20 a, w, arriving In Alex
andria at 0 10 p m
Passengers from Warreatoa will take tbe 7 u. m
train south from Washington, and tbe 0 43 a m. train
north from Lynchburg
Passengers by the 6 45 a m. and 7 18 p m tralne
from Lynchburg, and the 7 a in and 7 15 p m trains
from Richmond eonaeet with trains at Washington for
all parte of tbe North aad Weat
Tale route has the advantage over aU others by having
a continuous roll from New York to Lynchburg, 405
Italsopaaaee through Fairfax, Ball Ran, Maeaseas,
Brit low, Catlett's, Rappahannock, Culpeper, Orange,
and Oordonivllle, where many of the great battles of
tbe late rebellion were fought
Tickets can be procured In Adaine Exprese Building,
opposite the B and 0 B. R Depot, la Washington;
also, at the Depot, on Maryland avenue
Tralas Isave the corner of First and C streets Wash
Ington W. H McCAFFERTY,
J U BROADIS,
oc9 ti General Passenger Agent,
THROUGH LINE BEHVEEN WASIL
' INOTON, PHILADELPHIA, AND NEW YORK,
Wasiixoto, Mareh 28, 1603
Trains between Washington an 1 New Tork erenow
run aa follows, rls1
FOR NEW YORK, without change of care,
Leare dally (except Sunday) at 7 30 a m, and 0 20
FOR NEW YORK, c nan sin a- car f.tde1 nhla.
Leave dally (except Sunday) at o a. m , aad 4 80
Leave dally (except Sunday) at 7 SO aad 11 IS a m ,
and 4,30 aad 6 2up m
Leave for New York aud Philadelphia at 6 20p m
Bleeping cars for New York oa 0 20 p m. trala dally.
Through tlekete to Philadelphia, New York or Boetoa,
can be had at the Station office at all houre la thedav.
ae well ae at the Bankers and Brokers' Telegraph
umce, ms renneyivama nvonne, ueiween nixin ana
See Baltimore and Ohio railroad advertisement for
echedule between Washington, Baltimore Annapolis,
and the West J L WILSON,
Master of Transportation
L M COLE,
Oeneral Ticket Agent
OEO 8 KOONTZ,
oe Agent, Washington
IMPORTANT TO TRAVELERS GOING
THE GREAT ATLANTIC SEABOARD ROUTE NOW
OPEN AND IN SUCCESSFUL OPEUATION
FROM NEW YORK TO NEW ORLEANS,
WILMINGTON AND WELDON AND WILMINGTON
AND MANCHESTER RAILROADS AND
To Charleaton.Barannab, Augusta, Atlanta, West Point,
M-eon, Columbue, Montgomery, Mobile, Meridian, hew
Orleans, and all points South and the Southwest
The managers of thle old eatabllabed and favorite
route, with a view to maintaining He well-known
prestige, have thoroughly refurnished It with new and
magnificent paaaenger care, all of the latest and moat
approved pattern, and built expretaly with an eye to
hi.u, vieg-.Bc. rsii soniior. va an oitfu k.iui m
urloas, palatial sleeping care possessing every modern
Improvement, well ventilated and replete with every
Through tickets told and baggage cnocxea to an iin
portant points South
Be particular and askfor tlckete VIA WILMINGTON,
NO By so doing you secure EXPEDITION, BAJErY,
For through tlckete or reliable lnfotmatlon, apply at
the Ticket Offlce, on the southwsst corner of Penasylra-
me iicaet vuice, on ib aoauwes.
nla avenue and Sixth street) or to
W. J WALKER,
EW YORK AND NEW HAVEN
Paseengor Station lnhew Tork, corner Twenty Sereath
etreet and Fourth avenue
Entrance on Twenty seventh atreet
TRAINS LEAE NEW TORK
For New Haven, 7 00, 8 00 (Ex ), 11 SO a m I 12 15
(Ex ), S 00 (Ex ), 3 43, 4 30 and B 00 (Ex ), p ra For
Bridgeport, TOO, 8 00 (Ex ), 11 SO a ra , 12 15 (Ex ).
8 00 (Ex ), 1 45, 4. SO, 8 00 (Ex ) p m For Mllford and
Stratford, T 00, U 30 a m I S 45 4 30 p m For Fair
Sold, SouthportsndWeaIport,7 0O,ll 30 a m : S45.4.30
p m For Norwalk, T 00, 8 00 (Ex ), 9 30 11 30 a m J
1115 (Ex ), S 00 (Ex), 3 45,4 SO, 8 SO, S 00 (Ex J p m For
Darlen, 7 00, B 80, 11 90 a in J 3 45, 4 30, 0 30 p m
For Oreeawlcb, 7 00, 9 30, 1 1 80 a io i 3 45, 4 30, fl so,
0 30 p m For Blauford, 7 00, 8 00 (E ), 9 30. 11 30
a m 1118 (Ex). 8 00 (Ex), 8 45, 4 SO, 0 ), 0 10, 8.00
(Ex ) p m For Porlebenter and Intermodlate etatlone,
7 00, 9 80, 11 30 a m j 3 45, 4 30, 0 30, 0 30, 7 00 p m
FerBocton via Springfield, B 00 a u (Ex I, 3 00 (Ex),
xor nos.oa vi B-or ina, iio as )t ow
rm For Ilartrord and Springfield, 8 00 (Ex ) a m
2.15, 8 00 (Ex), 8 00 p m For Connecticut River
Railroad, 800a m (Ex )l lit 15 p m to Montreal, 3 00
fro to Northampton For Hartford, Providence aud
lahklll Railroad, 100 (Ex ), a. in 1 1115 p m For
New Haven, New Loudon and Stoning ton Railroad at
100 a ra, J 1115, SOd, SOOp m For Canal Railroad,
lllOp ni to Northampton For Houaatoalc Railroad,
8 00 a m For Naogatock Railroad, 800a. miSOOp
m For Daabury and Norwalk Railroad, 7 009 30 a. w ,
1 80 p u
Commodious sleeping csrs attached to8 p m trala
spl JAMES H UOYT, Superintendent
ERIERAILWAY. TRAINS LEAVE
depot foot of Chambers strest, via Pavoala ferry t
7O0A at, Dky Expreas forCauaudalgua Hochoster,
Buffalo, Salamanca, aud West Connects at Buffalo with
Lake Snore aad Grand Trunk Railways, and at 8ala
manea with Atlantic and Great WcKte-n Railway
8 80 a H , Milk aud Way Train, Dal y, to Otlaville
10 00 a i, Exprets Mall for Buffalo, Salamanca and
Dunkirk, connecting with Lake Shore aud Atlantic and
0 real Western Railways
4 00r -.,Way Trala for Port Jerrle and Newburgb
5 00 r, n . Night Expreas, for Cauandalgua, Rochester
Buffalo, Salamanca and Weil
0 00 r h , Lightning Express, Dally, for Cauandalgua,
Roe better, Buffalo, Salamanca, Duaklrk, and West
Connects at Buffalo with Lake Shore and Grand Trnnk
Rallwaye, and at Balemaasa with Atlantis and Great
n aetata jwt.
SOOr m , Emfgrenl Train, Dally, for Buffalo, Bala'
meats, Dunkirk, and West.
HUGH RIDDLE, Oea'l Sup't, New Tork
Wtt, R.Ia8,Gs'1Fms. Aj't.EswTerlL o-U
Local.,,.......,. 9 00
' 1100 "
" lOOp to.
" 615 "
Expreta 6 SO M
it a 1 1-n.o a pa.
Oo-meaelag MONDAY, April 18th, lie. tM
Tralas for Baltimore aaAVaaklaften leare Fula-
dstphia u follows i , , .. .,
4 15 a. m , Etpreii, TMoidays exsepted ,) 48 m i
Barjiress r 8 oo pT m ,xpreeei ail 11 00 p m.lRpreee,
Way Mall Train lor BeiUmore at 8.18 a. t
TRAIN! FROM BALTIMORE TO FniLADELFHlA.
Lear Batttmore, 7 15 a ua,, War Mall 1 9 20 av m t Ix
press ( 1 10 p m , Express) (Sip a, Exprese) 8,28
p. m Expreae
Leave Philadelphia for Baltimore aad Washington
at 4.15 a to , aad 11 00 p m. .
Leave Baltimore for Philadelphia at 8.S3 p tn
Leav Baltimore for New York at 8 28 p m
-bin U r KENNBY, Beperlatendeni.
CENTRAL RAILROAD. J.CJUW
TWELTS DAILY TRAINS. '
On aad after MOftDAY.'oetober tl. IMoJralna Ul
leave the Ualoa Passenger Depot, corner of Washington
aad Liberty streets, Pittsburgh, Pa., oe follows I
DAY EXPRESS, dally exeept Bunday, at 180 a.m.,
topping at Johnstown, Conemaugh.aaUUsea, Alteon e,
and all principal statutes, aad making direst connec
tions at uarriaburg for New York. Balirmore.and Wash
Ington, and at Philadelphia for New York, Pottoa, and
ALTOONA ACCOMMODATION, dally except 8nn4ay(
at 8 00 a. m , stopping at alt regular stations between
Pittsburgh and Altoona, and uaklna; eloee eeaneatlon
with traiae oa the Indiana Breach, Weal Peaaiyl vaala
Railroad, Ebeaaburgaad Creseon Railroad, and Bolll
PITTS BUROii -
at 7 00 a, a , stopping only at Conemaugh, Oatlltaws
Altoona, and all principal stations.' makintj direct eon
icctlon at Harrlaburg for New York, Baltimore, and
MAIL ACCOMMODATION, dally (except Sunday) at
1140 a. M stopping ataU regular etatlono between
Plttaburg aad Uarrliburg, making eouaectlona with
trains on the Ebsnaburg and Cressoa railroad aad Hot
PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS, dally.nl 4,23 f ra., slop,
ping at Latrobo, Blelrevllle Intersection, Johnatowa,
Oeaemaagh, Oatlltter, Altoona,Uuatlagdoa, Lewlstown.
Mifflin, Newport, Marysvllle, uarriaburg, Lancaster, and
Dowalngtown, At Uarriaburg direct connections ore
made for New York, Baltimore, and Washington, aad
at Philadelphia for New York, Boston, aad Intermediate
polnte Bleeping care run through oa this trala from
Pittsburg to Philadelphia aud Baltimore, and to New
Tork by the AUentown route.
JOHNSTOWN ACCOMMODATION, dally (except Boa
day) at 4 35 p n ,stopplngat regular stations between
Pittsburg and Conemaugh, aadeonnecttng at BtalrsrlUe
Intersection with tralne oa tbe Indiana Breach and West
FAST LINE, dally, except Sunday, at 9 SO 9 -
stopping only at Conaroaugh, Gallltsea, Altoona, Hunt
IngdoB, Lewietown, Mlfllla, Newport, Marysvllle, Her
rlsburg, Mlddlotown, Laneastor, and Downlngtowo,
making connection at Harrieburg for New York, Balti
more aad Weehlagloa, and at Philadelphia for New
York, Boston aad Intermediate points Sleeplagears
ruo through In thle train to Philadelphia ana to New
York on the Alleatowa route
First Accommodation Trala for WaU'n Station learee
dally (except Bunday) at 6 10 o. m
Beeoad Accommodation Trala for Wall's Station learee
dally (except Sunday) at 9 40 a. m.
Third Accommodation Train for Wall's Station learee
dally (except Sunday) at S 33 p m
Fourth Accommodation Train for Wall's Station learee
dally (except Sunday) at 6 05 p to
Accommodatlea for Penn Station, stopping at all sta
tions between Pittsburgh aad Penn, at 10.M p to.
Tbe ChurchTrala leavei WaUa Station every Saaday
at 9 05 a. nx, and arriving in Pittsburgh at 10 05 a. m.
Returning learee Pittsburgh at 12.50 p m., aad anrlvce
at Wall's Station at 100 p tn
Ret er slag Tralas arrlrelnPrtUbarghaa follows i
Mall 1 20a. m.
Fact Line 2 00 a. m
First Walt's Statloa AecommodatloB 020o.nu
Penn Accommodation 7 60 0.10.
Second Wall's Statloa Accommodation 8.00 a.m.
Johaetown Aceommodalloa 10 08a.m.
Plttabnrgh 4 Erie Mall 1100 pm.
Baltimore Express, ,.... 190p.n
Third Wall's Station Aeoommodatloa 108p.m.
Philadelphia Express 180 p.m.
Fottrtkwairs Statloa Accommodation.,,,.. 900p m
Altoona Accommodation and Emigrant 10.80 p m.
An Agsut of the Excelsior Omalbue Gompaay will
pass through each trala bsfore reaehlag the depot, take
up checks and deliver baggage to any part ef the elty.
Office No 110 Penn street, open day aad night, where all
orders for the movement of paeeeagers aad baggage
will receive prompt atteattoa.
Baltimore exprese will arrtrs with Philadelphia ex
press at 1 30 p m. on Monday.
NOTICE. la ease of leas, the Company will hold
themselves responsible for personal baggage oaly, aad
for aaamoual not exceeding tloo
w. h. BicKwrrn, Agt,
At tbe Peuaaylvaala Caatral Railroad Paaeeagar ta
Hon, oe Liberty aal Wasblagtos atra-te
THE CAMDEN AND AMBOT AND PHILADELPHIA
AHDTKE1TON RAILROAD COMPANIES' LINES
FROM PHILADELPHIA TO HEW YORK
AND WAY PLACES
FROM WALItUT STREET WnARF AND KENSINGTON
WILL LIATX AS follows, rill Fare
Atea ra , vleCeiadea and Ambey C.ead A, Ac
com niodAtlon,,,,u 6125
At 6 a m , via Camden aad Jereey City New Jer
sey Accommodation. 125
At 8 o. m , via Camden aad Jersey CityMorn
lg Express 100
At 8 a ra , via Camden aad Jersey City 3d Class
Ticket , 125
At 11 a. m., via Kensington and Jereey City
At 13 ra., via Camden and Amboy C and A Ac
At 2 p m , via Camden and Amboy C. aad A.
At S (p m , via Kensington aad Jereey Clly
WeshlugtenaudN Y Express ...e 100
A tyP m , via Kenalsgtoa and Jersey City
Evoalng Mall 100
At liyi p m , via Ksnstngtoa aad Jersey Clly
SJQ thorn Mall ..... 8 00
At lW(Nlght,) via Keaslngton and Jereey elty
ouuiutu Aiyigii,,,, , itit
At 6p m . via Camden and Amboy Aceommo
datlon (freight and raasencer )
let class tleket 12
m 2d class tleket 1 50
ueo io p in Bvenmg scan and &e 1 90 (nig at)
'" yiM win (oa van, u oinera, eaaaa
ili u ;
PHILADELPHIA AND NEW TORK LINER
Leare Walnut street wharf at 6 and 8 a m .12 1
and 2 n m
Leave Ken il anion Depot at H 15 a. u.,lS5,4 50 aud
o w j' jj , auu i. oo m aigo.
The 0 45 p m line rune dally j (all others. Sun
NEW TORK AND PHILADELPHIA LINES
Leave foot of Barclar atreet at 8 a. m and d m
From foot of Cortland atreetat7, 8, and 10 a. m , 12
m. , 4 aad 6pm, and 12 night
Ths 0pm line runs dally; (all others, Sunlaye
W H GATZMER, Agent,
PhUadelphla and New Tork Lines
PniLAniLrniA Dee 23. 1563. deSl
HE "GIDEON PRINTING OPriOK."
ESTABLISHED IN 1&05
JOSEPH L. PEARSON,
aiDEON 1 PBARSOM,
BOOK AND JOB I'lLINTEI.,
No 611 Ninth Stroet, near Penoeylvnnla Avsaus,
Having greatly incrsossd tbe facilities of tbe above
OLD ESTABLISHED PRINTING HOUSE
ENTIRE RENEWAL OF MATERIAL
Aad Ibe addition of several of the most Improved
le prepared to execute every variety of
LETTES PRESS PKINTINQ,
FINE TIBITINQ CARD
PLAIN OR COLORED INK.
PROMPTNESS AND DISPATCH.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OP THE
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, OcToain 13, 1606
Samcil Wood WrrilL, )
. 7SA Eiulty Docket 8
I AURA VmuiHIA II WTVILt )
It appearing to tbe Court, upon tbe suUavtt of a di
lutereitod wltoeii, that Laura Mrglnla H WyvllLde
fendaut.lt a uou resident of tbe Dutrlct of Columbia,
and the Marshal having returned the luuinoui UaueJ
In tble csss as not founa t
It Is, this 13th day or October 18C5, ordered that notice
of tbe petition Bled In Ihe above entitled cause beglveu
br nubllcatloo of a coor if shin aM ixh. m...h
RsrpsLicAir.a newspaper of the city of Washlngtoa, D
C, twice a week forlbrss weeks) teat said petitioner
has Bled a bill praying a dlrorce from tbe boade of
matrimony from the said defend aat, ellsglug as a cease
By order of lbs Court
A true copy .-Test t r j MEIGS,
ALTIMOnE LOOK HOSPITAL.
rABLISUED AS A REFUGE FROM OUACKBRT.
THE OXLT mCl WB1X1 A CURE OAK Bl 01-
Dr. JOHNSTON has dlieovered the most eertaia,
peedy, and ealy effect sal remedy la the world for
Weakness of the Backor Limbs, Strictures, Affections of
the Kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary Discharge. Im
EUoey, .Mral BiblUlf, Nervoianeas, Dyspepsia.
Bm h tw antrlla f..U tit rAaaa. P-.lnlrtlAr.
f the. Heart, TlmJdlly. Tremblings, Dimness of Bight
or uiddiieos, Diseases of the Head, Throat, Nose, or
Bkru, AlVcttonsof the Luige, Stomach, or Bowels those
terrible disorders erUiag from the Selltary Habtts ef
. .--. .lva n UBJ BQu,rvpraiiflBa inorii-
10 their Tleltma lhB lha Af ! In IfaHnara
ofCiyiees.bllghUag their moat brlllUathopes or antici
pations, rendering marriage, Ae , Impossible.
. . xounu mkn
EpeelalIy,who hare become the victims of Solitary
Vloe, that drsadrul and destructive habit, which anuu
ally eweeps te an aaUmaly grave Ibenaandi of young
ueuof themoal exalfed taleate and brilliant aUlleeL
who might atherwlae have entranced Ustenlag Senates
with the thunders of el04uesce,or waked to ecstasy the
living lyre, ntiy tall with fun eenSdenee
Married Fersens, or Tounff Men contemplating mar
riage being aware of phyalcat weakneee, organic debil
Ity, deformities, As , epeedllf cired.
He who places himself nudertbe care of Dr J may
relltfloaely eonldeon hie honor ae a gentleman, and
cos Ideally rely npeu hie skill as a phyelelau.
IremedUtety Cared and Full Vigor Reetored.
Thle Dreadful Disease which readers Life miserable
aod Marriage Impossible is the penalty paid by Ihe
netlSBsoMmproperladalgeaelee, Toaag persons are
too apt to enouolt excesses from not being aware ef Ihe
dreadful consequences that may euaue Now, whotaal
understands the subjsct will prstcudito dear that the
power of procreation Is lost sooner by those railing lato
Improper habits than by tbe prudent Besides being
deprived the pleoourea ofj healthy offspring, Ihe most
serious aad destructive symptoms to both body aad
mind arise The system becomes deranged, Ibe Phyel
cat and U-nlat Functions wsakened, Loss of Procrea
live Power Nervous Irritability, Dyepepela, Palplli
Uon of the Heart, ladlgesttoa, Constltatlouul Debility,
a watting of Ihe Frame, Coughs, Coasumptloa, Ae
OFFICE NO 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET,
Left baud aide, going from Baltimore street, a few doors
from the corner Fall not to observe name and number
Lettere mutl be paid and contain a stamp The Doc
tor's Diplomas hang tn his ollee
Membe of the Soral Collee-a of flnrraona. Londo-j.
gradae from one of the most eminent Colleges la the
United Slates, aud the greater part of whose life has
been spent In Ihe hospitals of London. Parle, Philadel
phia, aad elaewhere, has effected some of the most as
ioalshlog cures that were ever known: many troubled
with ringing la the head aud ears when asleep, great
aervouineu. being alarmed at euddsn sounds, bash
fulneee, with frequent blnehlag, attended sometimes
with a derangement of the mind, were cared lmme
Df J addraaaaa all thaaa h ha a InlnraJ IVim.
sslves by Improper Indulgence and solitary bablts,
which ruin both body aud mind, auditing them for
either buelneas, study, society or marriage
Theae are some of the sad aad melancholy effects pro
duced by earlr habits of youth, vis i Wsakneae of tbe
sacs ana idi, runs in ine neea, -imeete or Sight,
vh mi HaHUiii a vwr, m bivi uvit oi .u nean, ya-
pepela, Nerrous Irritability, Derangement of the Dlgee
live Fanetlone, General Debility, Symptoms of Coa
sumptloa. nciTALLT i ne icarrai en tie on tne mma are much
lo be dreaded Loco of Memory, Confusion of Ideas, Do
.U..I.. .fO.t.11. W-,1 ..! I a . ' a.
yinitva vi.iiiiw. bio ivi,uv.ii. Traion 1Q BO-
eicty, Self distrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity, Ae , ar
Thoaaaads of persoas of all ages caa now Judge what
Is Ihe cause of their declining health, loalng their Tiger,
becoming weak, pale, nerrous, and emaciated, harlng
a singular appearance about theeyee, sough, and eymp
tome of consumption
Wbo hare Injured themselves by a certain practice in
dulged la whea alone a habit frequently learned from
evil companion i, or at ecbool, tbe effects of which aro
nightly felt, even when asleep, aud If not cured reader
marriage Impossible, aad destroys bo,U salad and body,
should apply Immediately.
What a pllr that a young man, to hope of his eto
trr, the pride of bis parcute. should be snatched from
all proapects and eajoymeutc or life, by the eoase
3 nonce of deviating from the path of nature aod In
ulgtng la a certain secret bablt, Sueh persons near,
reflect that a sound mind and body are tbe most eeeco
aary requisites to promoteeounubUl happlneae. Indeed,
without these, tbe Jouraey through life becomes a weary
pilgrimage) tbe proapeel hourly darkens to tbe view:
the mlad becomes shadowed with despair, and flllei
with the melancholy refection that Ihe happlaeeeof an
other beeomee blighted with our own.
DISEASE OF IMPRUDENCE.
Whea the misgnlded and tmprudenl votary of pleas
are Beds he has Imbibed tbe seeds of this painful dis
ease. It too oftoo happens that aa UMlmed cease of
shame, or dread of discovery, deters him from applying
to thoae wbo, from education and respectability, can
aleae befriead him. He falls Into tbe hands of Ignorant
aad designing preloaders, wbo, lacapable of curia-,
filch his pecuniary substance, keep him trifling moat
after month, or as long ae the e mallet t fee caa be ob
tained, end In deipalr leave htm with ruined health la
elgh ever his galling disappointment , or, by Ibe use ot
that deadly poison. Mercury, hasten the constitutional
symptoms of this terrible disease, each as Affection of
Ibe Head, Throat, Noae, Skin, etc ,progreeatng with
frightful rapidity till death pule a periodfto his dreadful
Buffering by eendlng him to Ihnt undlecorered country
from whose bourne no traveler retaraa
ENDORSEMENT OF THE PRESS.
The many thousands cured at this Inetltutla wlthte.
the leal eighteen years, and tbe numerous Surgical Op
erations performed by Dr Johnston, witnessed by the
reportere of the ' San,' and many other pap" notice
of which appeared ugalu and again before the public.
bealdee his standing aa a gentleman of character and re
sponelblllty, la a auttcleut guarantee lo tbe aaicted
8-lN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED
Persons writing should be particular la direction
their letters to his Institution, la tbe following manner i
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