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EVENING STAR.
THE POET'S POWER.
BT LOU m.
I would the poet's power were mine,
From mental ore to mould the thought,
That glows in every flowing line,
With mslodv an * feeling fraught.
1 woo Id mine warn the skill to wake
The silent melodies which sleep
In every soul?as others break
The slumbers of my spirit deep;
To pour from poesy's breathing lyre,
Strains of wild music on the ear;
To kindle coldest hearts to Are,
And make, at will, a smile or tear.
Then rri^h: 1 hope, when, cold and lone,
Within the silent grave I lie,
To leave, revered ts well as known,
A memory that could not die.
Then might I hope to leave a name
Inwoven with tne spe'l of song.
And echoing from the elitfi offline,
Borne on the tide of time along.
But to a destiny so high,
No kindly star my path doth light;
And soon must I forgotten lie,
In ccld oblivion's silent night.
Yet, no ! tho' to the trorli unknown,
To some my memory will be dear;
There's one, at least, his friend will mourn
And at my tomb weep many a tear.
Thus be it?better for a name
Enshrined In one fond, faithful breast
Than that the favored few of fame.
Leave with the world, unknown, unblest!
You DIB A.1D ARE FOEOOTTBX.?Ile'i de*<f
dead. What, Ned Nolten dead! Well he
was a good fellow and a warm friend of mine ;
but, I say boys what are you going to baye to
drink. Can't expect to live always, you
know, and we might as well enjoy life while
we do live.
Or, she s dead! No; Mrs. Morgan no more?
Really you don't say so! What will become
of her poor ohildron? But what a love of a
bonnet that is of yours ; do pray tell me all
about that party last night. Wasitaycry
brilliant affair? Husband is quite sick, but
I should surely have been there had I not
been obliged to stay at home to keep him com
pany. though I'm sure 1 didn't do him any
g'^d. Pray what did Mrs. Morgan die of?
chc always professed a deal of friendship for
me, ani I believo I reciprocated it though I
haven't been to see her for a month, and
hardly knew that she was at all sick.
So wags the world. You live; and as your
eager lungs drink in tho breath of life and
frundt crowd around to grasp your hand, you
fondly imagine yourself tho sum of existence,
nor think the time would soon come when
thufe who know you now shall know you no
more for ever, not even in memory. See you
that hearse. iU black plumes fluttering in the
breeze ' lie whose body it bears to the last
resting plaoe. was aa noble and as popular as
you. To-day his name may be mentioned
casually among his acquaintances, but to
morrow he is forgotten even by his friend*.
Do you rail at friendship' Think whether
you are more true to the memory of the do
ceased?whether your thoughts revert oflener
than once in a month to those of your friends
who died only a year, or two years, since.
Think and may you profit by the reflection.
13** Mrs Fantadliiig is dying of grief. Iler
pet canary is down with inflammation of kid
neys, and nothing affords it relief. Mrs Fan
tailing deserves cur sympathies. Till they
arrive, she should resort to burn) feathers
' Catch the rooster, Dan, and :inge his tail."
MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS.
VaOM TBI WHITBD STATU
A'swi Ltavts For Day.
Ospray New York.... Cart t agena.. A pi. 6
Rmeu New York.... Liverpool... Apl 8
Canada Boston Liver pool... A pi. 0
Atlantic N- w York.... Liverpool.. .Apl. 18
Hrenda New York....London Apl 15
Asia New York Liverpool... A pi. 16
aehlnjjtoa. .New York....Biemen Apl. lw
Almi (Fr ).. .New York ....Havre Apl 19
George Law. .New York Aspinwa 1. .Apl 20
America Boston Liverpool.. Apl 23
Baltic. New V'oik.... Liverpool...Apl 25
New York....Liverpool...Apl. 30
FROM BUROPB
Aala..., Liverpool.. ..New York...Mar. 22
Washington..Bremen New York...Mar. 26
Cambria Liverpool.... Boston M ar 29
B-ltlc Liverpool New York...Apl. 2
Afrlea Liverpool....New York...Apl. 5
Arsgo Havre New Ycrk...Apl 9
Arabia Li verp ool.... Boston Apl. 12
Ericsson Liverpool....New York...Apl 16
Persia Liverpool.. ...New York...Apl. 19
Herirann Southam'n...New York...Apl 21
Canada Llveipool.../>Bo ton Apl. 26
Atlantic Liverpool...,New York...Apl 30
The California steamers leave New York on the
5<b and stt'th of each montn.
ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL i70TXIJ.
Wlllardt' Metal?i. ?. * b. a. wii; a??
C M Wilcox, USA T P Code, Pa
ti I) Powna1, NY T D Philamount, Tex
8 J Thornley, do G M Birch, N Y
W B Holmes, DC 8 J Mercer, do
H A Larkin, Va J 11 Withers, Me
D Sanger A ly, NY D D Sterrett, Va
J Sanger, do W P Ephralm, NY
M B Folara. Ala J Ragsaale, La
C J Talbot, 8C K B F riend, Pa
TTGrler, do LDWindon.NJ
J Masterson. Pa J Fletcher, SC
D E tiavlt, NY Com Mayo USN
J H McCorkle, do H B Parhnm, N Y
8 Hallett. do D Hlites A ly, do
Mrs Maxwell, daut'r ? C M Tazewell, O
son, O W J Fowler, Va
J F Poor, Md 8 Berwick A ly, Pa
E T Dunn, Va H Higglns A nvt, do
G W Gurmanv, Pa W Coltlnson. NC
J ftlayuard.N Y J Srdgewick. O
Dr Newbury, ly, 2 chil- P P I-ink A ly, Va
dren A svl, Ohio Miss 1 ink. do
Mrs Rcut>en, Va 8 G Spalford, Va
T H i'dvis. Pa T Broome. Tenn
L H Davie, do C Harford. Md
C E Smith A ly, NY R W Cosg'ave. Pa
Cart J A C.ark. Cal Maj G H 1 Loinas. USA
A A Selever A ly, do G Beefce, Del
Mrs Ames, NY J J Randclph. Va
Miss Hoyea, do C M Forsyth, Ga
W T Rice, Pa B F Angel, NY
J T Walker A ly, NY T H Gardener, Mass
H Kendrick. do
Satienal Hetal?williax ?bt.
J Pott, Md G B Imr ent. SC
W Hensbaw. Mass J P White, ly, NY
8 Darkamp, NY T M Conradt, Md
D A baker, Minn 8 Woods. USA
J C Loci wood, low a Miss Barde, Pa
H Llebuian. NY E B Williams, Ct
Dr Pratt. Md Miss Bobbins, do
C D Webb, ly, N Y W Silvery, N Y
W H Brlggs, Md E S Acre, Va
Miss F Morant, do W Harry, NY
A P Brawner, do R Martin, N J
A Maekauly, ly, NC E Lewis, Md
J G Bainbrldge. NY C Coe, do
T 8 Duncan, SC W W Hubert, Va
iS Shaw, Mo J A Clusmsn, N Y
Capt F Keller, NY J J Habelch. do
J b Gould fam, Mass J Grant, do
M Crors, N Y W C Ashe, ly, Ala
M Thompson, do Miss Wattsrs, do
RTpaon.do Dr J B Barueb, 111
G ?pencr, do J R Garland, fsm. NY
J D Miller, Md V B ILimmon, Va
F Cfcurlb. SC W 8 Rowan
J L Mott, NT E W Marjenkofl*
M H Rogers, do J M Rowan, ly, Va
T F Bowie. Md Mrs do
*i D Neal, Va J Janrey, do
F Aver, Mass A 8 Wilson. DC
G W ??e:iirg. Tenn
llrewus'llel?l-T t Ag.mvi
K A Marye, Va G J Adde, Cal
G H*rdiui, Pa Mrs Paul, child, Pa
Capt Brevoct, USMC J B Pierce, DC
r.V ? c G K Md
ATM Y aion Pa A WUllamsVCl
C fR WD ionrs, Tei
W J Crt-sson, Pa
E McGavock. Va ) f Coxel. do
J H Pepper, ly, do H D Gird, Va
HCScott.Md R s Beivin, ly, NY
J B Ander*on, Va R S Brown Va
D C Andrew, do J Howard, 111
A I. Bankfcead, family, T J Gardner, Md
NC VV T Scott, Va
W Tkomaa, do J E Brcugbten, do
Miss 8 Thomas, do 8 E Warner. 8C
J Brownley, Va H W Cox, Va
W a Brownly, do J G Dangertteld, do
A B Hat ton. son, Pa R Taylor, do
E R Sheiriirue, ly, NY D H t*tslmaSer, do
T H MotseU, do H B Blsklstoo, Md
J T Colton. Md J VV Bunk, do
R 1? V* at son. do ft B Graham, N Y
W H Higglns, do
? ">*??< Mum-,. * a. i iiiiwmi
J W lon-s, Va T P Chisman, Va
J H Mtfingly, DC W Arandel, NY
T K Prtn-j,fio J R Jones, ir, do
J Peane W FMcc<n?.hi.Va
H M urfby, O W A \V barton. DC
E G Alien, Va G H Bell, Va
F X K Uy ft!d B A Bell, do
i JJ Pt Ill'ps, NY 8 M Luckett, Mass
8 E J* Miian, do T M Cros^fr, Ken
A de Mot J |? Towsoa, jr, ftld
W DBBAlag, RC M V SoitffiaaB, Cal
THV FIRST AMERICA*
CONVENTION OF CIRCUS PERFORMERS
AND
GRAND EQUESTRIAN CONGRESS
WILL BE HELD AT WASHINGTON, un
der a capacious Canvas Marque to be erected
CENTRE MARKET SPACE,
FOR SIX DAYS, COMMENCING
MONDAY, April 7th,
in pirMW cf a project which ha? been matur
to thi? means of se
lect ng the best artists In every department of the
circle, foi
Spalding & Rogers'
NEW
RAIL ROAD CIRCUS,
for the transportation of the Persons, Hor e*. and
Properties of which Messrs. S. A R. are new
building
NINE ESPECIAL RAILROAD CARS
at the car factory of Messrs Goold A Co., in Al
bany, N Y. And in carrying out tte original
intention of which, of seuring a troupe of ar
tists for a project Involving so much expense,
who shall be each confessedly and by common
consent the *ery first In his or her department of
the profession," Insurmountable difficulties are
found in the pretensions of the claimants to the
honor of superiority which can be decided only
by their contesting with each other at the same
time In the same ring. The prizes are:
First. The sum of one hundred dollars In cash.
Second. A season's engagement with the new
Railroad Circus, and an advance of salary of .0
per cent, over the highest salary the successful
competitor may have received at any previous
season. And
Third. The great eclat that wi 1 naturally at
tend the victor in this equestrian tournament.
All the competitors are required to gl re security
before their names are entered, that they will an
pear at every performance during the week, so as
not to disappoint the pub lc, and to si?n ceitaln
stipulations considered necessary to the proper
management cf the contests
A large proportion of the most celebrated Per
formers extant have notified Messrs. 8. A R of
their lrtention to compete; and the following
distinguished artistes have already entered nnd
w.ll appear, each claiming supremacy in their
respect've departments:
James Robinson.
of S C.. asthebest
Equestrian.with or
without saddle;
The Motley Bro
thers,
of La , as the bestj
Gymnastic*;
The Levator Lee
Troupe
'rem Paris A Lon
don, consisting of
six Ladies and Gen
tlemen, as the best
Pantomlmlsts and
Posturers,
.. To ??cure method and order In the estab
Uomeats, the orchestra has been confided to Mr.
fine ? Mr <>' the
pwSsFAc ,urther Part?cola?s m? small bills,
jjejod..* ill ,??? ,?i0l?
SHILLINGTON'S Bookstore
Odeon Building, cor. Pa. av and 4# ?t
a p 3-5t
(1UTO ELLIS'S
I Utl FOE Ml MAP 990DS.
A
1
tnn? ? SPRING GOODS.
J .5?LHn 8Mu^?vTVNo 119 Bridge
. neai High, Georgetown, D. G . hu re
ceived his First Instalment of SPRING GOODS
?ul ed to the early demand UUWB'
Plain cols ali wool Mous de Lai nee.
Plain Black Silks, all grade*,
Plain French Procolesor Cambrics,
White and colored Igured Briiliantm
100 pieces English and American Calicoes
? pieces Manchester and Domestic Oinphams
25 pieces White Cambrics and Jaconets '
50 pieces Checked and Plain Muslins '
25 pieces Richardson and Barklte's Irish Lln?n>
300 pieces soft-finished Shirting Cotton 12 We
New \ ork, Bates*ad Wamasutta Willi do , "
Ifuvv i)lw"hed and brown Sheeting Cottons,
Towelln?, Table Damasks, and Napkins
Ladi s and Gents Linen Cambric Band kerchieft
Heavv Osnaburg Prints and S'riped Osnaburis
Mixed Denims and twilled and plain do * '
A1m \\ halebone and Manilla (forded 8kirts
W hlte and slate colored do.,
with other seasonable goods, to which laro* *<t
ditions will soon be made from thT *, *
in New York and Philadelphia ^ arrlvals
(oSi?M?iyPr0m[" P"&5?)"?mW""J
TO coi ,TRru?rnc^,Ti AND
y<PSiZ
tlon to a great Family Meiicine-ore thatu^"
valuable In all climates and all setsonV. wi
BI T T ER3, a VrfwVcur^wn^ntetdhereRl s '7om of
SCOTCI^aS i^elVedJ ,a.. assortment of
miia sl,
4<4 Pa. avenue.
PRinE ITALIAN MACtARUNI. fcc.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LOT OF
prime ITALIAN MACCARONI of latest m
SSS-Si, p-xii? AibolS?'
aeiux oil, Smoked Betf, Bu<'kwhnt h*-?n
?Z;TomatOM' tcVic'toiSv
-Eaf 18 Z. M. P KING.
TWFHAM It NO R F LET'S
? NEW AND CHEAP
? HAEITESS AND TBZTNX 8T0BE
199 Sever.Lh st , opposite Odd Fellows1 Hall
TO p11A m.
Philadelphia, and
?fl^^^(NORF LET of this city,
thr.?r e?i r^Pect{u!1y announce to'
their Wends and the public, that thev have com
She/he? wf-f11" v USll7" at the above 8tand.
hi. J- wiil make and keep constantly on
.XTSAoKK^BHTDLFa'
,^?3C?JVII^S """^sacJ
every description, both for city and countrv rse
PET BATS T,Rn^N ?2 vXA' Ws, iid?A ?
ING BASKETS and FANCv" VVtfliK BOXEs"
HORSE BLANkETS, COVERS CO?V??S'
and HAM ES. Horse, Spoke andliiiKt rpiwm'
ate.' ftc ARD3> CUHR^^AIBS, SPONGES,
Ail material used will be the best that rjn k?
obtained; ar.d both of us hai^^n ?r?Ke5
workmen for several years we ftL) , .5 !
our work cannot be surged, Shor for "styli c
durability. By unremitting efforts to rive satis*
far :lon we hope to merit, and rc#pectfufly solicit
a share of public patronag# t^-MUiiy solicit,
Pasticular attention paid t? covering Truaks
and repairing*!! kinds of work * *ru*ks
constantly on hard r.ov 7 if
COXFIN WARSROtJJi, j,e.
J WILLIAM I'LANT 4k CO.. DNDKIVi
? KERS?res!dence41S Seventh'
street, between G and H streets.
Interments prorured In anv 21 our.<2
H. Co*as, caps, Shroud?, Carriages,
and every article for interments of
the oeu qudllty furnish-d at short notice, on the
SreBHa^e,ie;mS',an{1 at 111 to"?.'o0?
al . .,HaTJa^ the exclusive right of Crunm'?
' Gorr** Preserver, we guarantee to keep [te
lead for any length of time. )y n?ly
Vn *-ONNl?LLY, Undertaker.
No. 423 Seventh street, itest side, let. G and H
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM t>,e
elt iensof Washington and M <be
?ne adjoining counties that he ls(
prepared to attend to all orders at
h? lM?irlC4tnct,ceand on the most Hberal terms,
on aU occas^ons? P?,ln8 to P,ve entire satisfaction
de^ * K'Jarantees to preserve the
fime warmest weather for any length of
?iA.}?!?e "uPP'y of ready made COFFINS of
all Mzf?s and qualities, always on hand.
arti/JiT#Carriages, Hearses, and every other
article furnished of the best quality.
loHtitol6 ?f ttC publlc Patronage is respectfully
toucue<l- mary4-tf
OUTTA PERCHA TEETH.
THthLeh^Dh/RS^NED HAVE "KKN
n ?J sendi?i? patrons to
Or. COSBV , formerly of Richmond,/
Va.. for Dental operations for a num
hTm' tZThlV*Md take,P1A7sure ^ recommending
him to the citizens of Washington as the be?t
Tooth Extractor and Dental Operator that we
??Ve ^er. !net wlth He Inserts Teeth apon everi
plan that is practised in the United Stages
SKI
llth^m?nd Pa^a *enue?''8' *N?no?VTm?0f'
OUTTA PERCHA TEETH.
nR, ? MUNSON, AT 310 PA. AVENUE
v v ,"10l,n:lrift Teeth on a Gutta '
Percha Base. Also, with Allen's pat-j
entcontinuous Gum, combiningbeau
strength and cleanliness.
Dr. M. is determined to k?ep pace wl'h ever?
? _ RBTKaKJICE:
P. D Gurley, D D. Hon R I! Billet,
n ? BJn"ey, D D. Hon. S A Dcu^la
S RUUieh^d' 2 v i,r R P Petteraon,
Son 1 rafl' Es<l Dr R 11 Uoolld^e,
Hoi A O r NictM,,,. Th?"'" M'U".
And the Medical Faculty of Georgetown Col
^ nov 'Z3?t.*
1
U.
BUY AND .SELL
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EXCHANGE;
FURNISH DRAFTS
On all Parts of United Statos and Earopi;
COLLECT DRAFTS
On all parts of Unitod States and Earop&;
DRAW BILLS
ON IRELAND KOR XI OR UPWARDS:
BUY AND SELL
BONDS, STOCKS, A OTHER SECURITIH8;
NEGOTIATE TIME PAPER.
Investment paying 10 V and over, for sale.
LAND WAREANT8.
We are at all times Purchasing, and ha7e for
Sale, LAND WARRANTS of a!l denominations.
Land Warrants located in Iowa, Wisconsin, or
Minnesota CHUBB BROTHERS,
jan S3-tf Bankers, opposite the Treasury.
AGENCY OF THE
Keystone Insurance Co. or Philadelphia.
Gap it al ?#???????????????? $300,000!
Annual report for the year
ending
Assets of the Company, consisting of Bonds and
Mortgages on unencumbered rial es
tate Sll0,A"4 (X)
Stocts of other Corporations, worth par 25,620 (Hi
Cash on hand 31 30
Bills receivable, consisting of Marine
notes and short loans (36.!>43 70
Stock notes S11.3S6 00 51,339 70
*219,420 00
Whole receipts for premiums during
the year 8112,812 05
Paid for losses and expeuses during
the year,... 71,133 01
P M MORIARTY, President.
J. MORRIS THOMPSON, Secretary.
Risks changed from other companies to this
No charge for policy fee. Enquire at the office of
J. E. Kendall, over R. Morrow's Exchange Office,
first door West of W. B. Todd's hat store on
Pennsylvania avenue.
feb7?"Jrn DAVID MVERLE, Agent.
GLEN WOOD CEMETERY*
Office No. US'J Pa. an., corner 10th street,
fOVCK TUI SAVINO'S BAM.)
11HIS CEMETERY Is laid oat on the plan o!
the celebrated G reen wood, of N ew Y ork, and
situated on the high ground distant one and a
quarter miles north of tne Capitol?North Capitol
?treet leading directly to the gateway.
This Company have secured a charter from Coa
gress, appropriating their ground forever to burial
purposes, making a fee title to the purchaser, and
prohibiting all encroachments from legislation or
otherwise, which Is of vast Importance to tho?e
who wish their dead to repose where they have
placed thejn, for It has become a custom in all
other cities when the burial gTound becomes valu
?ble for other purposes, to nell it, and throw th?
lead prom'.scously Into one large pit, and legal
mvasires cannot prevsat It, as no titles aie give*
to the ground.
N. B.?Office opea from 10 to 19 o'clock a. na.,
where Pamphlets, containing the Charter, By
Laws, and a map of tho ground, and all othsr 1b
fr.rmatlon, can bo obtained.
A ii left with Mr. James P. flvvey. No.
arm?^i-th ?lr?eiior uy othor undertaker^irlll b?
Information for Trailer*
FOR HARPER'S FERRY,
, Via CKttaptakt
THROUGH IN TWELVE HOURS '
The new and splendid packet
boat AROO, Capt. Can H. Mmiu,
will commence making Regular Trips between
GEORGETOWN and the above Point, on Mon
day, March '27th, 1856
The Boat will leave the wharf of W.H.&H.6
Hitter. Georgetown, D. C , e*ery Monday, Wed
nesday, and Friday morning, at 6 o'clock
Returning, she will leave Harper's Feny every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, at ft
o'clock.
Throngh Tickets, $3.93.
To Leesbvrg 91 frl%, tn-ludtng the Stage from
Edwards' Ferry
Families intending to visit the Virginia Springs
the coming season will And this by far the most
safe, pleasant, and cheapest route to Berkeley,
Capon, Shanondale, White Sulphur and Wanen.
Meals served on board at moderate rates.
A ceach will always l>e In readiness in George
town to convey passengers to and from the Boat.
For further particulars Inquire at the store of
W. II. A H.G R1TTER, Georgetown, aud G.
W. CUTSHAW, Harper's Ferry, Va.
mar 18?tf _
BT RAILROAD DIRECT TO THI WEST.
Time between Washington and Wheeling
kit IT% hoars!
Running Time between Washington and
Cincinnati 27 hoare!!
KA1 IM WilHIXtTOX.
TI1? BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAIL
ROAD having greatly improved Its Western
connections, now offers the fullest Inducements to
Travellers between WASHINGTON, BALTI
MORE, and all portions of the WEST, NORTH
W EST, and the SOUTHWEST.
The connection between the Trains from Wash
ington and the Trains bound West from Balti
more Is always promptly made at the Washington
Junction (lately called the Relay House) 9 milta
from Baltimore. This is the only change of care
required between Washington and the Ohio river.
the
trans
Ba^age Is checked through to Wheeling at
Washington Station, and rechecked ana tn
ferred there, (with the passengers) without charge,
for those holding Through Tickets for points be
yond. The conncctlng Trains leave Washington
daily at 6 a. m. and 4* p. a. On Sundays at the
latter hour only.
At BEN WOOD, 4 miles from Wheeling, dirttt
to%nietto% Is made with the trains of CENTRAL
OHIO RAILROAD, running from Bellslre, on
the Ohio, through Cambridge, ZanesvlUe, and
Newark, to COLUMBUS. Th ?e trait s correct
at Newark wl'.h theenrsof the Newark, Man: Held
and Sandusky Railroad tor Sandusky, To!f*So,
Detroit, Chicago, St. Louis, etc.
At COLUMBUS the C. O. Railroad trtias con
nect with the fast trains of theLtlii* Slixmi llatl
ra?d to Xenla, Cincinnati, Loulsvlllr, etc At
XF.NIA fon Little Mlair.l Railroad) cornertlon Is
formed with ;he fralna through Dayton, to Indian
apolis, Ter:e Haute, L&fayetL-, Chicago, Rock
Island, St. 2Vou;?, Cairo, etc
U3T Prxst?agers lidding Through Tickets f?r
Ttchibnrg, Natektn, Win Orleans,
etc ,wfclca arc also sold at W ash 1 net nr.?are trans
ferred at Ciaclnaatl to the Mall Steamers on the
Ohio. Tickets for Evansvllle, Cairo, and St.
Louis are sold by the river route.
Ifor CLEVELAND, aad via Cleveland to
Toledo, Detioit, Chicago, etc., tlckeU nre sold,
when tec Ohio V* navigable between Wheeling
and WelUville (ft)rty r?llea) where a connection
with the Cltve'and and Fittsbvrg Rallroed I*
made
TraTfe''ra are r<y?'U?ted t* *etl*e 'h?1 while this
la the a sly route attordiag Through Tickets and
Checks la Washlsgtoa, It la alto the shortest,
wost ap^eJ'y, and dfroct to aeasly all the leading
points la i'ae fi?*at Wr-t. The dlakiace from
Waslila^-tcn to ClncLtaatl Is bat MB miles, being
about 136 at'les shorter than by any other route!
FARE, HY THROW flH TICKET, FROM
WAlSHINf TON To Wheeling, *S> Colum
bus, 813 65; Dayton, 815 56; Cincinnati, $15 60j
Louisville, ny railroad. Sic) 96. by steamer from
Cincinnati, 818 60; Indian a tolls, ?17 56; Cleve
land. SUM; Toledo, *15 &?; Detroit, 815 20:
Chicago. 65 and 11? 50: St. Loo's, 822 50 aed
9'i5: Memphis. 81-*; New Orleaas. 831: etc.
ftr FOK FREDERICK AND HARt'ERS
FK^RY.MARTINSIIURG, CUMBERLAND,
BERKLEY SPlUNdS, HEJ'FORD SPRINGS,
FIEDMONT,OAKLAND,end FAIKMOUNT,
MunrngTa ~viy i'tve Washington at 8 a. an. o:
4U p. i*. l>r the mi>?r?r vr*y rta tiers betwrea
UaltiJtrrt ?;dTVheslln*,tale Sa n. train fioa
Washing *.??.
fiJ-i cr tralin :? and fren Baltimore, Anxpcils,
eto , ??? special sivj/tlrsnca't.
t^fTor fuuher '."ifo/aTkro*** Tiakrta,
fce.tppW t!? THOMAS *. 1'ARflORS, Agent,
at Wa?Mar:e*
Wil S. WOODSIDE,
*g?atar of Transpcrtatlsa,
B&ltlmere and Ohio Railroad, Baltimore.
march 1?tf
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f>S xm
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Between Washington City and the South!
VIA: ALEXANDRIA.
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Leave Washington at 6 am. and 7p.m.
Fare from Washington to Richmond.......85 50
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will b<> at the Washington Railroad Depot to con
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j febll Agent, Alexandria, Va.
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. are the
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<>n Sar
>nday at 4X p ?
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1 OnSji
laday at4if a. m.
ap*l?u T. H. PARSONS, Agent.
OIUESr OF LAWS OF THE UNITED
STATES, with references to the acts re
pen led, supplied, or modified, and notes, of the
decisions and dicta of the Snpremo Court of the
Uni.tn upon their construction; by Jas. Dunlop
of th^ l'r?nsylvan!a Har; one volume of 1,647
pages, 1656, priee 87.60.
'merM-ir FRAN fit TAYLOR,
TO ALL THAT VALV1 TZXI1 SIGHT.
"ISHES to call the attention to an that tufcf
W' with defect]tp sight, canted by age. tick*
and particularly from glsate* IntudlclooMv
selected, to hit superior sPECTACLKS and
GLASsks carefully pound by himself to a true
apherlcal accuracy, and brUllaat transparency,
tultod precisely and beneficially to the wearer ac
cording to the concavity or convexity of the eye.
Very numerous are the Ui effects caused to the
precious organ of tight from th? commencement
of using glasses In not being precisely suited, bv
the use of an Offmtttr; and the practice of man v
> measure the foral disease cff
years, enables him tt? measure the focal <
the eyes, and tuch glasses that are absolutely re
Slred will be furnished with precision and tails*
tlon.
J. T. acknowledges the very liberal encourage
ment already obtained, and further solicit* the pa
tronage of tnose that have not yet availed them*
selves of his aid.
Persons that cannot conveniently call, by tend
ing the glasses In use, and stating how many
Inches they can read this print with their specta
cles, can be supplied with tuch that will improve
their sight.
Innumerable testimonials to be seen; and refer
ences given to many who have derived the greatest
ease and comfort from his glasses.
Circulars to be had gratis, at his oAee No 511
Seventh street, three doors from Odd Fellows'
Hall, up stain.
NoxroLi, September7,18M.
Sir?The Spectacles you made for me suit very
well, and seem to have improved my sight more
than aay ether 1 have lately tried
L17T. W. TAZEWELL.
j I have tried a pair of Spectacles obtained trcm
Mr. Tobias, and tad them of great assistance ts
Sf sight, and corresponding with hit descrlptlci
the focat. 1 recommend him as a skillful ^r:i
HENRY A. WISE.
Mr. J. Tama : Sir?The pslrol Spectacles yea
furnished me yesterday are particularly catis'as
tory to me. Tney are very dcciAcdly the beat I
possess, and I am the ewaer of eight or nine pair,
carefully selected la different place* and from ?p
ticlaas recommended to me on account of theu
Erofeeslonal standing In England, France and th?
nltod States. 1 have been also pleated with
your remarks and directions on the treatment el
the eyes, for the purpose cf preserving and lmprev*
lag tnc sight. Respectfully, yours.
CHAS CALDWKLfc,
PitfetenrofM G., Louisville, If.
LTTtCHltae, Nov. It, 1944.
Mr. Joaa Tobias having furnished me with
? lasses, by which I have been greatly aided (my
vision having suffered greatly from reading at
night in my earlier life) it xfforas roc the-highest
pleasure to say that I consider Lltn a sklflf.ri prac
tical optician, and well prepared to aid those whs
liay need his profefplonal services.
\\M B. ROVZIB,
Eider of Methodist Confer east.
WiL*t*STOH. N. C., Jaa 2T, 1954.
Mr J Tobias: Dear Sir?1 am happy to eay
tk%t the Spectacles which I obtained from you last
week are entirely satisfactory. From an inequal
ity in the visual range of my eyei, I hive hereto
fore found great dlaculty In yt-U'.ng glasses of the
proper focal distance. It afford* me pleasure t?
state that, by the aid of your optometer, this dlffi
?ulty has Wen happllv obviated to that theglasses
you furnished me are decidedly the beat adapted
| te sav eves aay 1 have ever yet uaed.
Vary reepeotfully , yourt, K U. DRAKE,
Rector of St. Jamet' Parish
Department of I nterior, May 7,1858.
From natural defects and the uaequal range of
ly eyes, 1 have been compelled to use glasses for
several year*. I have tried different optician*
without obtaining glasses perfectly fitted to my
?yes. Four months since Mr. Tobias made two
pairs especially for me, which 1 have found to
terre me perfectly. By the use of his optometer
ke is enabled to adapt Glasses mlnutedy to the eye.
1 most cheerfutly recommend Mr. Tobias to aJi
having occasion to useglag.?cs. and bear my testl
loay rs to his t>klll as an optician.
HENRY E. BALDWIN,
Assist. Bea'y to sign Land Warrants
trii-u
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TYLER'S COMPOUND STKUP oFttlM
ARABIC
AS A REMEDY FOR COSOHS. COLDS
HOARSENESS, ASTHMA, WHOOPING
COUGH,CROUP. Ao., possesses the greatefctad
vantage, with the least objections of any other In
uae, having been extensively used the last twenty
yean with unpaialleled success, not trumpeted te
?he world as a specific or cure all, but racom
mended as a valuable and scientific auxiliary in
pvt.mora.it cash, ready at hand, and one that
has been generally found to afford relief where
most otheia hav6 been tried without material ben
efit. As such It Is recogr.l7ed by numbers of our
leading physicians, vvSv k-ow Its composition,
and have been eye witnesses of its uperlor effl'
cacy, as well as by thousands of our most respec
table citizens, wno all endorse Its ci^im to beinr
safe, palatable, economical and efficacious. Price
?<ii cents, or three bottles In one 'At cents.
Wholesale Agents, PATTERSON A NAIRN,
and STOTT A CO , Penna. avenue: PX.EL 6
STEVENS, Alexandria; CISSEL, Georgetown
Retailed by Druggists generally.
Also. TYLER'S GUM ARABIC COUGH
CANDY DROPS, the same composition In
lozenge form, 12x cents a box jy6?ly
COUGHS. COLDS, HOARSENESS, fcf,
PERSONS predlspo?ed to Pulmonary Affcc
lions find tilt the xnjst trying season, owing
to the sudden changes In temperature; yet by a
little care, adopting wurm clothing and supply
ing themselves with a good prescription or cougk
remedy they may easily ward cff what may efst
Erove a dangerous winter companion TV
ER'S COMPOUND GUM ARABIC SYRUP
has been so long knov-nand highly appreciated
at one of our most Innocent, yet t-Ocacfuus, plea
sant, and (since the reduction in price,) economi
cal remedies, that It may be recommended and
used with the utmost confidence. It is sold at 28
cents, or three bottles In one, 30 cents. Wholesale
by PATTERSON A NAIRN and STOTT A
CO.; and retail by nt"st Druggists. In Alexan
dria by PEEL A STEVENS; Georgetown by
Mr. CI8SV.L1.. jyG_ly
WATCH REPAIRING * ENGRAVINC*.
WATCHES, CHRONOMETERS, AND
Pocket Timekeepers of efsry dstcrlption
skillfully repaired by competent wcrkmen.
A'so Engraviag ofevr ry description, Including
arms, crests, mottoes and initials on stoue.
Particular attention paid to Card Engraving
and Printing.
M. W. GALT A BRO , Jewelers,
mar iM 3*4 Pa. av. bet. D.h and 10th sts.
B
1KU CAGKIt Bird Seed, Flth Bone, ke.,
at the Uous^eeper^E urqlshj?g Store, 490
Carter1* Spanish lflxtrxr*
THE GREAT PURIFIER OFTHE BLOOD?
Best Aiterativ* * ?*??::
? or a rtifiai ov nirrif m it?;?
Aji Infallible raMlv for AeMtbls. lin?'a Rni
R heumatism. Obstinate Cutaneous Kn:pt1on?
Pimple* or Postules on the Pm. BUtrh??
Bolls, Agoe and Prwr, Chroate Bora Km
- ,-n- 4i ? -M mm?. a m ? ? _
Ringworm or Scald HeaML Eaiarc*.
"* e Boom ud Jolata, &!,
t ud pala ot (he
Rheum. Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic Diaordm
and all dlmm arising from an injadlclous ua
or Mercury, Imprudence In Life, or Imporltv of
the Blood.
T^HIS great remedy, which haa become ao ran.
1 idJr and ao Justly celebrated for iU aximr..,? .
nary ettcaey In relieving and curing maay of ths
moat obstinate and terrible forma of dlasam with
which mankind la afllcted, la now offered to tbe
public, with theconfident assurancethat no Mia.
icat t> :scoviar ever made haa been ao etniaenu*
?uocessfnl ineurtngScaorvLADieiAsta
or *?? Blood,aa CARTER'S SPANISH MIX.
TURK.
The proprletora are receiving by every mail
?o?t latter:ng and astonishing detail* of err**
made In all pans of the country, and la mo*:
where the skill of the beat Physicians had been
rled In vain.
It* power over the Blood la truly remarkable
and aQ diseases arising from impurity of tbe great
Sbat or Lavs have been relieved and cured with
out a singie failure, out at the thousands who have
used it. Carter's Spanish Mixture contains no
Mercury, Opium, Arsenic, or any dangerous
drugs, out la composed of Roots and Herb*, coir
Dined with other ingredients of known virtue, ar.d
may be ?*1ven to the youngest infant or most d> -
bllltatcd invalid, without the least poaalbie heal,
tatloa.
W? have only room for abort extracta from th?
volumes of testimony In our possession and all
from gentlemen of the highest reepectablltty, we 1
known In their various localities. Please read fo
yourselves
We take great Pleasure In calling the attention
of our readers to tbe merits of Carter's Spanish
Mixture aa a remedy for disease* of the blood It
enjoys a reputation In this city unequalled by any
other preparatlca ?Daily D\?f mttk, Kttkm?d.
Tm.
The Boa Joha M Botts of Va.,ssys hcconsil
era It a matter of duty to add his testimony to the
virtues of Carter's Spanish Mixture, rao* actval
personal oaanavATion of Its remarkablecura
live powers for the diseasee in which It la used
We have txvn cured of a violent and prairactH
Liver disease by Carter's Spanish Mixture. We
know It to be all It profe**oe ? Editor BovtkiuU
Dtmoertl, Pittrsimrg, Tm.
We have found from personal trial, that Ccr
(er'a Spahlsh Mixture la a truly valuable me4l.
Blue?Ed. Tirgtnnts Indtptndtnt, Fl.
ft RE AT CURE O P SC RO FULA ?A prc-s
man In our employ was cured of Scrofula of a vir
ulent character by'a few bottle* of Carer's ??'pai
lsL Mixture, after everything eiae had failed Ota
er cures which have come under our own obscrvs.
tlod, proves to us fcnelnslvely, that Is really a val
uable medicinal agent. We u*e gre-tt pleasure
In calling the attention of the afllcted to its mer
its ?Richmond Riftltemn.
8 TP HILlS.?\ have seen a number of eure? r.f
Syphtlls perforata by Carter's Spanish Mixture
I believe it to be a tcrfoct antidote for that honl
bledisease E. BURTON,
Com of Revenue fcr citv cf Klchmoti
LITER DISEASE.?Samuel M Urlaker. of
the firm of Drinker h Morris, Bork*cUers. R'.eh
?noad, Va . was emred ot Liver disease of ??rri
years standi is by caly three bottlea of Carter's
Spanish Mixture.
OLD SORES. WLCERS AND OBST'\ATS
ERUPTIONS ON THE SKIN ?See th*ci-e
of Mr. Harwood, and others, detailed la our Al
manac The number of such case* cured bv C?r
ter'a Spanish Mixture, preclude* the pcss'.blilif
of Inserting th*m In an advertisement.
EFFECTS 0F MERC UR T.?See the care nf
Mr. Elwore He was eaten up with Mercury and
could obtain a? relief, until he tosh six bottles of
Carter's Spanish Mixture, which perfectly rest.t?sI
him to health and vigor.
NEURALGIA ?Mr P. Boyden, formerly f
the Astor House, N. Y.,brt more recently propri
etor of the Exchange Hotel. Richmond, was cured
of Neuralgia by Carter's Spanish Mixture Slnoa
that time, ne says he bas seen It cure more than a
hundred cases of the disease In whlcb It Is need.
He never foil* to recommend It to the attlcted.
RHEUMATISM ?Mr. John P. liarrlaoi,
Druggist, of Marti nab ur?, Va., writes of the sin
gular cure of a violent cao* of Rheumatism The
patient could not vr-li. A few bottles entirely
cured him
SCROFULA ? Mr. Ke'iisoa also writ?* of ?
great cure of Scrofula, In the person of a young
lndy, (of three yetvra standing.) which all the doe
tors could not rei.ch. Six bottles rr - le a cure of
her.
SYPHILIS ? Dr K T Hesdle. of Washing
ten. D. C , who curod an obstinate case of Syphi
lis by Carter's Spenl?h Mixture, says "it acts spe
cially on the Bl*?d. Ltrer iud Skin and le prompt
and e&clent In Its results."
Dr John MInge, formerly of the City Hotel,
Richmond, now of Alabama, says he haa ae?B
Carter's Spanish Mixture administered In a num
ber of cases with astonishingly good effect. He
recommends it as ''the most eflclent alterative la
SALT RHEUM AND SCROFULA ?Mr
Jos. Robinson, of Wooetcr, Ohio, was cured of
Scrofula and Salt Rht^m of three years stsndlr.t;
by only three bottles of Carter'a Spanish Mixture
WM. S BEERS 4 CO., Proprietors,
No 304 Broadway, New York.
IET Price tl per bottle, or six bottles for S5.
For sale by CHAS STOTT, Washlrgton. V.
C., and Dnigglau generally oct 1?1v
THE (KEATkST
MEDICAL DISCOVERY
OF THE AGE.
Dr. KENNEDY, of Rexbary,
Has discovered In one of onr con won rAtrvai
wiiss a remedy that cures
B/EKY KIND OF HUMOR;
VKOK TBI W0BST SCBorTLA DOWH TO A COM
moiv rixrL>.
HE HAS TRIED IT IN OVFR ELEVEN
hundred case*, and never failed except In two
case*, (both thunder humor ) He has now In his
possession ever two hundred certiicates of Its vli
1 tue, all within twenty miles of Boston.
Two boutoe are warranted to cure r n;:rslrg sore
mouth
One to three bottles will cure the weeet hind of
pimples on the face.
Two to three bottles will clea; the sptem of
biles.
Two bottles are warranted to eurr the wo?s
canker in the mouth and stomach.
Three to five bottles are warranted le eure tie
worst case of Erysipelas.
One to two bottles are warranted to cere all
humcr tnthe eve*
Two bottles are warranted to cure rannlng of
the ears and blotches among the hair.
Four to six bottles are warranted to ears corrupt
and running ulcers
One bottle will cure scaly eruption of the skin.
Two to three bottles are warranted to cure tt?
Worst case of ringworm
Two to three bottles are warranted to core the
Most desperate case of rheumatism.
Three to four bottles are warranted le cor? the
salt rheum.
Five to eight hottlss will crre the worvt eeses at
sarofula.
A benefit Is always Tperlenced from the Srst
bottle, and a perfect cure Is warranted when the
a\>ove quantify U taken.
Reader, I peddled over a thousand bottles of
this In the vicinity of Boston. I know the effect
of It In every oase So nre as water will extin
guish fire, so sure will this cure humor. I ce?er
sold a bcttle of It but that sold another; aftsr ?
trial It always speaks for itself There are two
things about this herb that appears to me surpris
ing ; first that it rrews In our pastures. In some
Cces quite plentiful, and yet lie VAlue has never
n known until 1 discovered It In 1*46?secoad,
that it should cure all kinds of hemor
la order to give some idea of the sT:ddei rise
lad great popularity of the discovery, I will rate
that In A^rll, 1BS3, 1 peddlod It, nni soil sbooit
bottles per dzy?lri April, 1S54,1 sold over l.WJl
bottles per day of It.
Seme of the wholesale DruggUts who haTel^x
la business twenty and thirty years, v.y that no
thing in the annals of patent rr.ed^ire* was tm*
like it. There Is a universal praise of It fTcm all
quarters.
In my own practice 1 always kept It strtctle fo'
humors?but since Its Introduction as a general
family medicine, great and wonderful vlitues
have been found In It that I never suepected
Several ease* of epileptic fits?a dl:-r*Ke which
was always considered Incurable, have beer cured
by a few oottles O, what a mcrcy If It will prove
effectual In all case* of thnt awful malady?it"**
ars but few who have seen more of It than 1 ha??
I know of several casce of Dropsy, all of the?
Sed people cured by It For the vurlou* d'seases
the Liver, Sick Headache Dyspepsia, A?th?s,
Fever and Ague, Pain In the Side. Diseases of tae
Spine, and particularly in diseases of the Mo
neys, *c., the discovery has done more good thas
any medicine ever known
No change of diet ever necessxry?eat the be??
you can get and enough of it.
Direction* for Us*?Adults one table spoonful
Ct day?Children over ten years dessert spooa
I?Children from five to eight vr*r?, tea spoon
ful. As no directions can be a pplicable to all coa
stltutlona. take sufficient to operate on the bowels
twloe a day.
MATIVyACTDRBD BT
DONALD KENNEDY.
No. VJU nrtrt. Rorbmrjr, M*"?
Pant, Oxi Dollas. ? w
Wholesale Agents -Ntw York City, C- *?
CLICKNKK, 81 Barclay suoet: C. H
1? Broadway; A B ft D ?iANDJ*, 1?> K"'1"*
street. Philadelphia, T. W. DYOlT A
Baltimore, BROWN A BROTH UR, CA> *
HATCH. Alexandria. PEEL A STEVENS.
At Retail by all respectdble Druggist* l*~
United Slates and Brltlah Proviaoes, aud also ?f
the Diagatsts at W? City. rnctm-lf

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