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EVENING STAB.
||T We have recelvtd the following effusion
t>am ear peo?-bow e correspondent His orthog
rsphy Is defective, bat tiie sentiment Is gocd, la
deed, a* Mtrcmry would expreee It, " equal to the
beet " Onr corespondent says this !? his "fast
?tempt to rite poltry." We advise him to wade
loud proeper:
[von ihi sT*a.
THE LAST FLI OF 8UMMUR.
'Tie the last fll of inmmur,
Uet' burxln' alone;
All its blak-leged compnnluns
Is drld up and gon ;
Not won of Its kindred,
No bJ'ie-botlfs nl
To sport 'mid the shugar,
Or In the milk dl
I'le not dame the, thou low won,
A victim to be,
Sins* the rest are awl vanished,
Cum dlr.e thow with me;
Thus klndley 1 skater,
8um krum* of my b*ead,
Ware thy mate* on ttie tabul
Lay withered aid ded.
But sune vu wl'l perrlsh,
l'me sad lev afrade;
For the gla* Is at 60,
Just now in the shald;
When warsj-s has all vanished,
And blue-botels floun,
No 11 can Inhabit
This bleek wurld aloane 8a m.
ARRIVALS ATTHE PRINCIPAL HOTELS
IVillardi' Hotel-J 0. A ? . A WILLAJLD
? B King A servt. Ga W H Myrlck. do
W B Maclay, NY CO Uawks. Ten
J Scarlet, NC 8 A Pery, Md
H Milton, Del B W Albro A ly, N Y
J M Tyner A ly, Pa N Neal, Vn
Miss Tyaer, do E Pnltner, N Y
W B Drewry, MY J'C Wlndon,do
K 0 Drewry, do HA Ravsdae, do
W J Wooton. Mass w L Poor, Ala
8?E Mercer, N J WW llson, N Y
W L Thomas. O J P Roy, V?
B C Mnrsh, Md E R Spiague, Md
W Prude a A ly, do L C?ulller, N Y
Bon 8 R Mallory, Fin C 8 Uanow, ly, Adau,
W G Hunt, NY Mass
M D Field, do J R Hall, Miss
H O Aldln, do D Hall, l>el
C Fink, NJ J M Condet, NY
B P Cheny, Ta 1> S Gardner, do
W D Whatlev, NY JO Smyth, do
D A Jethro do T Granullle A ly,]Md
Miss Granville, Md A 9 Stover, do
W J Mason, Pa Miss Capne:, do ?
? D Fisher, Mass t* R Leelt, DC
A Capner A ly, Va C Hardlaon, Ga
Naiieaal Hotel.?act * Bftieai.
B C Burt, DC W Jarboe A son, Md
K Bowie A ly, Md T N Gittlngs.
J W Boswell. do C H Wheat, La
J W Smith. NY J L Taylor. O
H Dunlrp, Pa TP Sbal'.cro<s, Va
C Carrigvn, Pa J Reave, ly, NY
A Rice A son, NY J A Davis, Ga
W H Phillips, do Miss tier*. NJ
W Mc Keller. do G Oarrlngtoa, Va
T Sampson, do C Smith, Pa
Q Conover. de E O Webb, Pa
R P Evans A fy, O G Foster, 111
Miss Bolce, NJ H N Cambrell, Md
H Turner, Md S F Barge,
T Ralney, NY 8 Medtra. O
J Coakson A ly, Va Mrs Ch'ff*'. RI
J Speaee. Tens K M Chaff', do
A A Bland, Md J R Jcott, Nd
E M Dabney, Fla J Neum-?ger, Pa
W P Sheffield, RI
8r#ws?? Hotel ?T. P. A V MOW*.
J Graham, O J G Farley A ly, Va
A M Elmer, NJ Col 81mp?on A ly. Can
K Traders, do J M ^arren,
B 8 Parser, Md R <! Berryman, Cal
A Andrews, Cal A H Claypwl Pa
? N Collier. Mrs Graham. Cal
B O Thoma* A ly, Md to lss Greenhow do
J P Ball, Va A K Formal. NY
V M Burton, do M*j Hanson A son, Md
N Offjtt. La J C Gulsendorff, O
W H Hardee A dau, Va J T Foster. Mm
G Randolph, Pa J G Clarke A ly, N Y
* V Osburn, M S Martin,
J 8 Helm A ly, J W Forsyth, Pa
W A Foster, <J W M .aupl.y, ky
J A Grlaetead,
lalcraatisaal Hotel?Peon, avenue.
M Berrlan Mexico MrsS^nds,
R iNfrffer do J o Ctavtou, Cal
K Richardson, Md H H Hall, Va
A GiaLani A ly, Mr Baker, do
B Bls?-ll A ly, 1U K W -e Jen. Vi
F W e?-wirt O G Swee A Iv, N Y
A Cole A Jy, NY J C Levin M s*
C Lelb, Pi J Kslrbink*, NJ
J H Andrew*, do K Newton NJ
L C Davis, ib H .Morris, Ky
Miss Caffercy, NY
Kirltvrood Uosir.-i.t t U. KIBKW ? > *
J Patrick, Pa W H Mitchell, Md
M R Demon, NY C Stewart, Va
T Wheatley. Pa Miss Hunter, Lt
L Harktas, L?i W H Row, N V
J Pringle A son. NY W L Law, Pa
H Dndslev, MT W Stair, Md
Jropoaals for Erecting the Cn*.oai-H)Ui?,
Ac , at Galvestoa, Texas
TaiAsrsr Djpartmxnt. )
Wasbinsvow, Deeemb*v 10. Its# f
PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT
tils .department until the U'.h day of Febra
ary, A U. >997, at 1'J o'clock, noon, for the con
etrnctlon of the Custom House, Past Office, and
Court Rooms, authorized to be erweted a'. Galvee
ton Texas, accoidln^ t > tbe plans r.ad sp^clllcn
tlons prepared at this Department, said prop i
asls to be either for tuf wao.?* building, or sepa
rate for the different kind- of work; bills of partis
must In every case accoin^say t-a n bid, with the
amount of each kind of worfc, and the total
amouat carried cut; thedoartment .-vservln# the
right to r^j?ct or accept the proposals b?c^-by In
vited, or any part* thereof, wheu It d?t?ms In
terest of the United States req jlres It i tb? depart- {
meat alsoreserves the right to exclude the bids
of any person or per?ous wnom there is just cause
to believe wU 1 not fslibfully perform the con
tracts. or which thev have attempted to obtalp by
Indirection, ?n? all bids when there shall be par
ties In interest who do not join In the bids, and
all bids ttat, upon laveeUgatlon are beluw a fair
price for the woric.
Bids will uot be recMved in gross, and no con
tract will be awarded to a bidder unless details
are furnished the department of ths rrlcf < of the
dlflferent klodi ?( work and materials, whjch
?hail be subject to the revision of the department,
aa that P iu+y adopt th? whole or part of the bid,
as the interests of the U mud Stat s may require
Nlaety percent of tbe aa?oaat of work done
and materials delivered, accoraln^ f? contract
price, [said amount to be ascertained by the esti
mate of an agent of the department, appointed
for that purpose, J will be paid from time to time
as the work progresses and ten per cent retained
until the CHuptetloo ot the contract, and accept
ance of the work, Ac , by the a*ent aforesaid,
sad be forfeited Id the e??ot of non fulAlmeut of
eontract
Contracts will be awarded on'.v ts master bulld
ers tad mechanics, snd the assignment (hereof,
except by consent of the Secretary of the T'ea
?ury, will be a forfeiture of the same
Each proposal must be aecompanled by a writ
ten ifuaraj?t?e. signed by two responsible persons,
(certlfled to be so by the United stateu dlstilet
Judge orattorsey cf tb^ said district,} In the sum
of tS.QOO. for the whole work, era proportionate
amount, If for anv part, that the bidder wl'l,
when required. !f nls jKeposal be accepted, enter
into a contract and bond, wilh paper and acflcieat
aaeorltlet for Its faliful perlor^ance. Form of
bead aad certifflate required will we furnished,
tefetber with plans, specifications, and tzrorklng
Awwlogs, on application to tbe departinent
Nebid will be considered unless It fully com
Km la all its details with tfc? requirements of
a advertiieacent
The proposals mcst be sent to this depulment,
adJrested to tne Secretary of the Tno^ury, and
pfeluly vndorsed " f?r '*? GoJrutom
t?f*?1*0?*'" *?d will be opened at one
o'elock m . of tbe last dav nam^d for receiving
the same. JAMES GUTHRIE,
dec 13 law tUFeb SeereUry of tbe Treasury.
" ill) HOBT Mi eHLT, "
UKDb'HTAKBI,
f hop aaJ Beaidenca >9- 803 Pann'a avenaa,
?oath iJdt. between ItC*i *nd 10th ata.
Having provided HiMSfSLF with
aa ELEbANT HEARSE,^
aad all aacaeenrvcoBvealeaeeefor^e
properly eondaeting kit bnslnees,
wosld reepoerfnllvlnform the public that M la
tally prepared to 111 ail orders entrusted ta kiaa?
at the shortest notice, nod ta the beat manner.
A largesapaly of READY-MADE COFFINS
fall sixes, always on haad. which will be for
I en the most reasonable ten
Aa heretofore.ne pains will fceapaxad U give
attire satisfaction on all occaaloae.
N B ? Residing on the premises, etdara will
fee promptly attended to at all hoara
fe? 7-1 y
AVetD TMB tMWD.-flo AT ONCB
aad bav voar Holiday Goods from tbe lanmt
beat aad rbaipest store la the cltv.
h J Mclaughlin a co
dec 17- Pa avenue, bet 6th aad 9th ale.
(CHRISTMAS PRESENTS,at ~
J dec 11 MVLAAvHLIN * ?0 '?
OFFICIAL
Tsbasvbt Piparthbwt, N?.v. 9U, 1856.
Notice is hereby rv?n to holders of stock of the
loan* of the Uuited Staes, Uai this aeianment
will pure!**- the >am until the 3d of March next,
unlaid the sum of jl,500 000 si-all be previously
ob aned, ?i<1 will ;a addition to the interest
accrued from the date of the lan s?tm annual divi
dend of interest thereon, together with one day's
aldittona1 interest for the money to rta.h the yen
dor, the foUowinf late* of premium on iBid stocks:
For the stock of 1844, a premium of 10 per cent.
For the stools of 18V7 and 1B48, a pr o?um of 16
par eent.; and for the stock of 1850, commonly
sailed 1 vxas Indemnity SHoek, a pumlum ol 8 per
cent.
Certificates of stock transmitted to the de^art
m-nt, under this notice, must be assigned to the
United S?at9?, by the party duly entitled to receive
the proceeds. It seut between da'.e hereof and the
1st i*y ot Ja iua^y next, the current half year's in
urest must be atsigned by the present stockholder,
or it will bj iayabie as heretofore, and a corres
pooding deduction b-j ma 1c trom the amount pay
ab e ft?r the stock.
raym *nt fi,r the stocks so aotgaed and t a . m't
ted will b* Mtn by dtafts on the Assistant Tr?asu
rersat Boston, New York, or Philalelphia. a: the
option of the parties entitled to receive the money,
wtiiah should b?s expressed in the letter? accompa
nying Uie certifl a:^. JAMES GUTHRIE,
Sscretaiyof the Tr asuiy.
d x 1?ilSdMarchJ
orrioufc.
Tmisdrt DBrAKTHBMT, August 90, 1850.
Where** the following Joint resolution of Congress
]U become a law:
Joibt KasoLrTioN extending the time for the credi
torsof Tfitu to present their claims
Retolved fjy the Senate and Home of Repretenta
Uiete/the Unite* States of America in Congre** at*
HInble.1, That as, agvei ab'y to the provision of the
foarth section ol the act of the 98th of February,
1854, ?* to provide for the payment of such creditors
of the late republic of Texas as are comprehended
in the act of Congress of September 9tb, 1850," no
lice, by public a-lvertisement, was duly given for
the s^ace of ninety days by the Secretary of the
Treasury, of the time at which payment of the
amount appropriated by the fifth section ol paid act
would be ma le, pro rata, on any b nd, certiiicaie,
or evidence of debt of said Sta e, which should be
presented at the Treasury Department thirty day
preceding the 13th day of June, 18.V?, the limit ot
?Mid notice; and as ii is represented by the mid
Secretary of the Treasury, thai of said bonds, eer
tifica as, and evidences ot debt, which have been
recognised by the State of Texas, the same, equal
to tha sum ot three hundred and eighty nine th'-u -
and six hundred anJ ninety three doliar* and seven
:ents were not presented to the Trra-ury Department
prior to the said 13th of June, therefore, in order to
Jo full justice to the holders of *atd debt, the Secre
tary ol the Treasury is hereby au honied to pay to
the holders of any of the said bonds, certificates, or
evidences, of debt, not presented before the 13th
Jay of June last, who may present ai*d prove tht
rajie at the Treasury Depa-tment, between the 13tb
lay of June la*t and tbe 1st day of January next,
and execute the proper releases to the United Slates
and the Slate of l'exas, their pro rata ?hare of the
mid seven million seven hundred and fifty thousand
dollars; and alter payment thereof, the said Secre
tary of the Tseasury is authoriaed and required to
distribute and pay the residue of the said seven mil
lioas seven hundred anil fifty thousand dollars, then
remainiug in the treasury, pro rata, amongst all the
?id Holders who may have proved their claims, and
executed the proper releases on or before the 1st day
it Janua-y next.
Approved August 18th, 1836.
Notions hiubt oivi* to the boldest of bonds,
certificate*, and evidences of debt of the late repub
lie of Texas, which were not presented at this de
partment on or before the 18th day of June last,that
rhe rame wli be settled and the pro rata amount
r.ereon will be paid to the lawful holders thereof if
or? seated before the first day of January a?rt, ac
:om(>anied with the necc?.<ary evidence of tbatrgen
lirteness, with assignments to the United Stat***,re
tired to <iv<* this department the custody ofucch
Ootids, certificates, and evidence" of debt, and with
releasi s to the United Stales and Texas, in acroid
nice with the provisions of the act of Congressof
lJlh February, 1856.
This de;?itment wil Inot require evidence of gen
uineness to he presented with Ihe certificates issued
by fie a riitorand comptroller of Texas under the
law* of the State. But it pos^essesno meansof ver
yi:i< *he certificates.bond* and promissory note*
Hsied by the republic of Texas, and not presented
to, nor audited by, the officers of the State. The
n cessary a?id nroperproof of the genuine nest of
the. titer s:h" certificate of the comptroller ot the
Stateol Texas wbo has the official charge of the
original\ti ?ive?relating toth* debt ofthe late re
tablloof l'exas
Tbs *'n:jornent and releases may be executed
an I a *kn >wieIged in the presence af the Assistant
Secretary of the Treasury, or the chief clerk thereof,
in the pr< stuciMif a notary public, and be witnessed
by tie \ -n-nant Se*r?ta>y, or chief clerk a -d nota I
ry, and be certified by the notary under hisnota
'ial *' al; but when tiie holders <1 ?#lre to make the
asMcntuent and execute the rol?a?es oat of the city
of Washington, it may be done i n the presence of an
aaeistanttreasurer, or ooMeetor, or surveyor of the
customs, in the presence of a notary public,and be
witnessed by the collector or sutveyor and the no
tary public, and be certified by the notary under his
notarial saal; and if tk?re be no collector oraurvey.
or ofthe csiintni at the place where the party ro
sides, th* assignment and releases may be executed
before anyoourt of record, in the presence ofthe
ludge and cl-rk thereof, and he witnessed by th? m,
jnl certified by the clerk under his seal of office;
ind ir u.e bolder be out of the United Slates, the as
ngnm^nt a/id releases may be executed before any
United Statesconsul.aud l?e witnessed andcertifled
by liim under bis consular seal. All personsexe
:uiik? such awgnuientsand releases must also de*
clare, uadr< ^th, before the notary, clerk, or eon
*ul, as the caae niay We, tb?t thsy are the real own
ers ofthe ;ertifinatesor other evidences of d?:bt, or
that the same have been assigned to ibeui,6oaa
He, for collection ; and the notary, clerk,or oonsa!
m?* .^ripdsllie fa jt of that Jeclaiution In tbeiroei*
tifl ate ofackta?a;^d^ment.
if assigued for coiietnsc^, or tn pledge, the name
of the party holding ibo benefWn?l w/ residuary in
Mrast In th- eiaim urns' ho ,u?tet m ih?> affidavit
aid ? r?J- s*e to tlie United States and release to
Teiaa Hiu&i h* duly exeout'd by such party, to
gether witii the a*s^nipeiii and release from the
person in whose hivor swltleojept ^nd payment U
requested.
One or more audited ceimii atcs, or rmi nt more
pvider.ee ol the same character of debt, may be in
clud?4 in the same assignment, releases, and affida
^t 0/ oarocr^hip, if each certificate is correctly do
sertbed by number, d,jte, amount, and name of the
original payee. It sbouid *jto sopear whether the
certicl.?ti)e were issued by the authorities of the
Hiaie of Texas, ?.n Account of thu Jr^i of ths repub
lic, or were isMied by the republic of Texas, jrcord
ill" .o the facts of eaek rase.
Tlie asugnment to the United States may be made
in c<"nmon form ; the releases should be drawn ac
cording t?? thr forms subjoined?A and B.
iAMF.S GUTHRIE.
feec.-ev?ry of the Treasury.
Form A,
Know all p-twins by 111? ? pr**senl^tliai ??
? has rele??ed. and hereby releases, the United
Sta'es of Aui-nca from all further liability or claim
for the payment of certificate ?>r evidence of debt
nuantoer . for the sum of $ ? issued by
the late republic of Texas, (or by the authorities ol
the State of T*xa*, a* the case may be,) and re
d.'Mned oy the United Statee inaec?*nlance with the 1
provisions of aa act of Cangre?? entitled "An act to
provt. e tor the payment id such ejeditors u( the late
republic ofTevasas are comprehended in the act of
Congress of (ieptrmber nine, ei?titeen hundred and
fifty,M approved the SBth day of Fedroary. 18(15. and
an art of the -tate of Texas, approved the 1st of
Fa2>ruary. Ibfi6
Al Witness my band and JeaJ.
form B
Know al) persoas by these presents that - ?
has released, and h?retsy releases, tbe State of
Teaas from all fiurther liability or cWisA foi the ,my
?Mot of certificate or evidence of debt number
f-r the sum of $ . issued by the late re
public of Texas,(or by the auihomies of the rftate
of T xas. as the case may be,) and redeemed by the
United States In accordance with the provt?myis of
an act of Congress, entitled "in act to provide for
the payment of such creditors of the late repnblicor
Texas a* are comprehended in the act of Congress
of mbe/ nttye, eizhteen handled and fifty,"
of ifbruary, IbMk ?nd ?u apt of
the 8iat* of Tens, approved the 1st of February
1856
As witness my hand and stal.
The following is a lift of the audited certificates
stifl ouistaoifing:
No Issued to.
8 T I) Tompkins
IB Bukman Cantield
31 John A Clilton
.?9 H K Muse
53 R O Hobbi
84 J D? Cordova
Sc. Ittued to.
1639 ()?car Giiftlednw
1675 Trust* es ?f Austin
College
1682 G H Monsarrat k Co
1690 John Karner
1704 Daniel Carl.
92 John Bumingham 1739) H ?
135 Phi.ieasl)eCordoTal7S3i HSI W*1?"
176 E Baldwin "
191 James Tilfhman
192 Mathias Clark
JJJ } Ethan Eerie
398 O Blineau
344 J E Wade
368 Psters & Booth
395 Lott Hu*ted
404 8 Kiagsley ,
497 J Parker, for Blaa- 1842) ,
both Parbcr, ex'x 1843 f J v aee,es
437 Btnedict Bayley ***
445 Leander Benson
1746 John \V Portia
1770 J K Elliott
1807 Harriet George
1816 Miles 8 Bennett
1839 Nathaniel Rudder
1831 i Levi Tyler, adm'r
1833 \ ofWll Kelly
1838 Samuel Wildev
1839 Georga Sutherland
1841 J P Hennings
466 Wm Odlin
467 John W King
509 T B Webb
510 A 8 Thu-mond
548 Tboe W Marshall
625 David 8 Kaufman
643 Georgs W Parker
1844 Edmund Balliagar
1852 J D Logan
1856 C P Green
1865 David Ayrea
1869 Thomea F James
1878 C Schiedlemantd
1880 J F Jeweu
1897 F Emma
1899 Par'illa Lee*
inu v?v\n |n v v i oi an ? vj.'u a ?a* ?ia ULC
644 CrutcherklHcRavenl920 f VV Gro^meyer
' I?^i2 Gilbert Johnson
1928 Robert Lusk
1929 E W Cawthern
ga} Wm Flower
653 J A Simpson
669 Wm H Belcher
677 H H Williams
701 Felix Rieder
?{?} Robert Dale
773 Wm Jones
779 Wm Walker
793 Dyer Pearl
8(2 Isaac L Hill
863 Hermoean Brown
874 John W Bower
879 James McMaster
914 Dyer Pearl
19W Wm Cochran
1932 Franci- Moore Jr
9071 Andrew Daley
9079 Isaac Stewart
21^ C W Vlckery
1504
9068
1749
9106
1810
9108
293
9136
915 Mary Ellen Heden-1858
berg
930 J Ellis
939 Mrs Mary Belville
1010 Anson Cranson
1012 R M Forbes
10^5 James N Horan
104M Thoma" Lindsay
1045 Jame* L Green
1047 Jr?se Daniel
1048 J B Daniel
1050 Charles VinccM
10.^7 | 3 D Grrvaise
1058 Willi* Millican
1059 J I) Millican
1062 John liavis
1065 Wm Barton
1079 W A Lockhart
lOtfU R Morton
1135 Jam? s Kil'tun
1196 C H Taylor
1241 Young* Coleman
1248 Robert McNutt
9145
623
9104
1501
9303
Paul B re mood
David G Burnet
R P McMaster
F P Gentry
8 W Fiaher
Louisiana D?v s
E Frost
2306 Thomas Reed
2316 Harrison C Bryant
2330 J 8 McDonald
9340 Arthur Garner
2341 J F Martchett
2341 Andrews h. GroVer
21454 P G Merritt
2349 W Pinkney
2350 J D Giddincs
2354 J Crawford jr
2358 A P Edgerton
9359 Thoma* Warner Jr
9363 George K 8istare
2364 Francis Brichta
23f2 Elisabeth Carter
9383 Wm Davis
9387 Joseph Tomlinson
?190 Sneed A Turner
1249 John VV Cloud, per 2390 Wm Kimbro
atCy) II Raymond 2400 H H Haynie
I2f>"i E De Pon ois
1269 C P Green
1275 G W Sinks k
Shaw
1297 J.-hn Kendrick
f29tf .Samuel Hidden
i:<00 John John."(yi
1301 Su.?an Ma-siex
3401 R VV Milhank
2402 Catherine Allen
B 2405 Henry Kring
2413 J VV Lawrence
2418 Stephen Smith
2434 A C Horton
9438 Elaphalet Faston
2442 Lemuel BDickensoa
i;*>2 Thomas H Forrester2450 Wm H Thompson
1385 B R Warner
1423 William Fiels
1424 G W Ogborns
1425 John A Umht rford
1427 Cornelius Vannoy
1428 Joseph Bates
1473 Ann B Reese
1515 Lumbard Mims
1521 J C Moore ?
1523 John lames
1554 K H Douglas
1570 E M Fish
1572 Wm Kerr
1580 James A Moody
1581 P Bickford
1612 John Lamer
1615 John Cameron
1693 John I) Taylor
1624 Levi Mercer
IG26 Eli Mercer
2452 Z Wm Eddy
2471 J E Herron
2474 A B Hemphill
2477 Aaron Haughton
2479 Heirs of John Jonea
24*0 " Joel Hill
2181 ?? Warren Aburn
2482 4< John L Monks
2483 ?? Peter Aldrich
2490 M A Dooly
2500 George C Haycat-hier
2501 F Kennett A Co
2503 John VV Schnmpf
2504 W C Blair
2512 M Rorb? rttaille
2513 Henry B Brooks
2514 Gabriel Trumwelt
252H II 8 Morgan
2529 1'urhur A Bean
2534 Sarah Newman
The ouutandine evidences of other classes of th.
debt of the republic of Teias cannot be specified bi
this Department.
au 20?dtl?t.lant
15
W. a. UkTZEKOTt,
(^rccKssoE i? Gkorsk Hilbus.)
Agent c< Haven Jc Lacon'a nnd William
Miller's
CELEBRATED PIANOS,
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND THE LARGEST
stock of PIANOS from 8175 up to 81,01rt)
M ELODEONS from 845 to $25..
GUITARS, VIOLIN8, BRASS INSTRU
MENTS. FiUTES, BANJOES, ACCORD
EONS, ai d SHEET MUSIC, cheaper than in
any house sou'h of New Yor<.
Music published and received every day
Pianos for rent nov 4-tr
>1K&. ?. H. SMITH,
420 U street north, bet\?e*n$tk 7lA,
EGS LEAVE TO INFORM THE LADIES
of Washington, faeorgetowo, and vicinity
that Hhe Is prepared to give Institution, in classes
and private les>,ons, In the art of MAKING WAX
FLOWERS and VASES Also, Wax Fruit and
Ornamental Leather work
LadUs wishing to avail themselves of this op
portunity of acquiring a most beautiful aocom
Bllsbment will please call aa early a- possible, as
^rs. 8. does not contemplate remaining long in
7iKxs:
Wax Flowers In Classes, per term of 12 les
sons ......$5
Wax Fruit In Classes, per term of 12 lessons..85
Leather Work In Classes, per term of 8 lessons 83
Private Lessons 81 each?Vases S10.
Uoauetsand Vases, Wreaths, Single Flowers,
&.c , for sale, ot made to order. au 26-6m
GREAT KKJIUCTION
IN THE PRICE OF BOOTS AND QAITSBI
I HAVE ON COMMISSION, FOil A PHIL
adelpbla mauu
facturtr, a {irct rate
Sewed or Pegged
Calf-SMn BOOT at
$3 32. full as geed
as those usually sold
at 85 cr 86: aid a
French Calf Patent
Leather fa AITEU at
S3 50, as good as any
at 85; a first rate Calf
Gaiter at ?2 50, these
are the best goods
that Is(oreverwexe)
sold In the District
for the price; for the
Jiroof, come and s- s
or yoar?e?f. Terms pcajtively cash. No extra
Sroflt ??h?r<ree to oRtet bad debts. Cell at the
JEW yr/Kfc fur 570UK, Seseaia street,
soar Pennsylvania aienae.
ANTHONY, Agent
UKNTAL KCItUEOIV,
Dlt. B F COSBY, PENN AVENUE. BE
tween Sixth and Seventh itreets,
at the place formerly occiiDled by Dr
Van Patten, has juit received a very
large supply of nrtld*. pertalnl K to dentistry
and resperffully Invites the public to give him a
call, flavin^ devoted his who!e time to the pro
fession, hi is jvrfe^Uy safe In declaring th%t he
will gWe entire satisfaction la every case The
best professional references can be seen at his of
fle*- nov H-tMarchvQ*
| , HAT8I MATS!
CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL
I supply of BEEBE'8
NEW YORK STYLES,
together with TAYLOR'S
HATS, of BALTI
M O R E The best black
dress HATS got up In
the latest style for 83 50. as
good as those usually sold
at 89: and a good fashion
able Hat at 83, worth |4:
and a ttr&t-rste Hat, 82 50
The best materials and the beat wor> .r anshlp la
g^oy^toprod.jue a t5 Hat, which Is sol/f?,
? Kn? .i. * ?"h tualaess, meet with nolos
' VI CU4t0mer full value for hts
Pelt Hals unusually low.
money.
? - ?i - Huuiuaiiv 1UW,
,0'Balm Ot a Thousand
r loWers. Price 95 cents wr bottle
for ??"-Mar
Sir.d,TL b?.wl or In b^?.^
ll
2<V-tf
arrived
Ghana pagne
Posltnr A Ma'issy'Vp'hliadel'phla XX^A^'
In Tr Baltimore Ale
W cn wtn bc B0ld at a small advance
-151" ewnwan. p o.
r^HPOKATION ITOCI.^^T^T"
A Stork for sale at
it cuvuh bhotweh
Medicine*.
? ,
COUGH S-COLD 8-HOARSENESS.
DR. TYLER'*
COMPOUND SYRUP OF GUM ARABIC:
The most Pleasant, Safe and Speedy (Jure
for Whooping tough. Croup, Asthma,
Diseased Lungs, and Consumption.
KnUrtd at tor ding to Art ofComgrttt, A. D. 1837.
IN AGAIN PRESENTING TO THE NOTICE
of the public the above remedy, we fpel that
little apology la needed. Vast number* la all
sections of ihe Union are obliged to have recourse
to other sources of relief thaa the immediate pre
script on ot their family phyalcian, and as each
return of the winter season brings out a host of
Cffessedly new specifics, some good, others use
i, and many decidedly dangerous. It becomes
as much a matter of doty as Interest, believing
this to be a remedy, combining the greatest ad
vantages, with the least objections or any other
in use, to make it as extensively known as prac
ticable. That such is its character, Is abundantly
proved by the fact, that It lias been extensively
used the last twenty years with unparalleled suc
cess; that its reputation has continued to spread
and its sale increase, wHh little aid from adver
tiring or published lists of certificates, (which
all know can as easily be had for a worthless
preparation as for a meritorious one,) that by It*
own^ntrinsic merit, with the recommendat on of
persons benelitted by Its use, It has gained its
pre*eat popularity; It Is not trumpeted to the
world aH a spec ill'' or eure all, but as a valuable
and scientific auxiliary in pulmonary cases, ready
at band, and one that has been generally found
to allord relief where most others have been tried
without material nentflt As such, it Is recog
nised by numbers of our leading physicians, who
know Its composition, and have been eye wit
nesses of its superior eflra'-y, as well as by thon
sands of our most respectable citizens, to most of
whom reference is cheerfully permitted.
Sold at 35 cents, or three battles In one, SO cts
by NAIRN A PALMER, and CHAS. 8TOTT,
Washington; CISSEL, Georgetown, and PEEL
A STEVENS, Alexandria.
Also. " TYLER'S GUM ARABIC COUGH
CANDY D ROPS," the Mime composition la a
portable form, much patronised by public speak
ers, singers, frequenters of public assemblies, Ac .
as they remove all husklnesn from the throat and
voiee, and act like a chirm on a troublesome
cough Price 12# and V5cents a box. decO-ly
STOP THAT COUGH !
THE GREAT HEMEDY FOR COUGHS,
Colbs, Crop* and Whooping Cocoh
DR. ROSE'S COUGH SYRUP
Cures Coughs of the worst kind. It also cures
hoarseness, sore throat, weakness of the chest,
pain in the breast and lung affections Where
ever there is pain mix with the Cough Syrup 10
drops of Pain Curer, and you will find Immediate
relief Dr. Rose's Coogh Syrup relieves and
frequently cures a consumptive cough, and forti
fies the system against further at'acks.
iO" In"bottlP8 at 50 cents and SI
TO CURE CROUP.
The lives of thousand of children have been
saved, by using Dr. HOSE'S Croup Syrup. It
gives Instant relief. 85 cents a bottle.
TO CURE WHOOPING COUGH
Dr. ROSE'S Whooping Cough Svrup la the
only ceitaln cure for Whooping Cough. It cures
in a short time, and allays all irritation of the
Lungs 50 cents a bottle
The above valuable medicines are reo m mead
ed by Physicians who have triei them In their
practice.
To be had of all Druggists In Washington,
Georgetown, and Alexandria. dec 10-4m
HOW TO CDRK ALL PAIN.
PAIN IS THE FORERUNNER OF MO?T
diseases?cure the Pain and cb?ck <he disease
DR ROSE'S PAIN-CURER
will cure Rheumatism, Neuralgia. Pains In the
Limbs, bides cr Back, Sprains and Bruises, Ear
and Tooth Ache, Pain or Cramp in the tftomach
or Bowels, Sor* Throat, Burns, Scalds, Ague or
Lumps In the Brea?t, Chills, Spinal Affections,
and Pains in the feet Indeed, it cures all Pain.
I]I^ 12 X,'J5. and 50 cents a bottle.
if you are Bilious and have a bad Cold, take
DK ROSF'S RAILROAD OR ANTI-BIL
IOUS PILLS. They cany off all bile and re
move a ccld. Thes^ Pills go ahaed of all other
Pills in their good effects
IET Boxes 12X and 25 cents. Sold by all
Druggists In Washington, Georgetown, and
Alexandria. decl0-4m
CHERRY PECTORAL,
For the rapid Core of
COUGHS* COLDS, HOARSENESS,
BRONCHITIS,WHOOPING-COUGH,
CROUP, ASTHMA, AND
CONSUMPTION.
Among the numer. us discoveries Science has
made in this generation to facilitate the business
of life?increase its enjoyment, and even prolong
the term of human ex 1st ence. nor.ecan be named of |
more real value to mankind than thit contribution
of Ch'mistrv to the Healing Ait A vast trial of
its virtues throughout this broad country, has
proven beyond a doubt, that no medicine o'reom
blnatlon of medicines yet known, can so surely
control and cure the numerous varieties of pulmo
nary disease which have hitherto swept from onr
mid-it thousands and thousands every year Indeed
there la now abundant reason to believe a Reme
dy has at length been found which can be relied
on, to cur* the most dangerous affections of the
lungs. Our space here will not permit ua to pub
lish any proportion of the cures effected by its use
but we would present the following and refer
lurtherenqulry to my American Almanac, which
tti<> agent below named, will always be pleased to
furnished free, wherein are full particulars, and
indisputable proof of tnese statements.
Ovrica or Transportation, ?
Laurens, R R.,8 C., Aug 4, 1853. ?
Da J.C.Atkr. Dear Sir,?Mylittle?on,four |
years old, has just recovered fiom a severe attack
of magllgnani Scarlet Fever, bis throat was rot
ten, and every person that visited bim, pronounc
ed him a dead child Having used your Chirry
Pkctoral, In California, in the winter of 1850,
for a severe attack of Bronchitis, with entire suc
cess, I was induced to try It on my little boy. 1
gave him a tea-spoon-full every three hours, com
mencing in the morning, and by ten o'clock at
night, I found a decided change for the better,
and after three days use, he was able to eat or
drink without pain.
Itsnte in tbf above nimrd disease will save
many a child from * prematuie grave, and relieve
the nnxletv ( I many a fond parent For all af
fections of the Throat and Lungs, 1 believe it the
best medlci'e extant. A feeling of the deepest
gratitude, prompts me in addressing you these
lines,?but for your important discovery, my little
boy would now have been In another world.
1 am yours with great respect,
J. D. POWELL, Supt. Trans., L. R. R.
Romr Hill, Somerset Co , N. J , >
July 21, 18>2 f
Dr. J C. Aykr.?Since your medicine has d*
come known here it h is a greater demand than
any other cou?h remedy we nave ever sold. It is
spoken of In terms of unmeasured praise by those
who have used it, and I know of some cases where
the best they can say of It is not too much for the
good it has done. 1 take pleasure In selling it,
because I know that I am giving my customers
the worth of their money, and I feel gratified in
Le*lng the benefit it confers.
Plea*e send me a further supply, and believe
me Yours, with respect,
JOHN C WH1TLOCK.
P. S. Almost any number of certificates can be
sent if yon wish It.
Windsor, C W., Jane?, 1852
Dr. J ? C. Aykr. Sir ?This may certify that 1
have used your Chkhry Pectoral for upwards
of one year; and it Is my sincere belief that 1
should have been in my g ave ere thla time If 1
had not It has cured me of a dangerous affec
tion of the lungs, and I do not overnate my con
victions when 1 tell you it Is a priceless remedy.
Yours very respectfully,
D. A. McCLURE, Attorney at Law.
Wilksb*rri. Pa , September 29, 1850.
Dn. J. C. Aykr My dear Sir ?Your medicine
Is much approved of by those who have used It
here, and iu composition Is such as to Insure and
maintain Its reputation I Invariably recom
mend It for pulmonary affections, as do many of
our principal physicians
1 am your friend.
CHAS STREATER,M.D.
Prepared by DR. J. C. AY E?, Chemist, Low
ell, Mass
Sold bvZ. D. OILMAN, Washington, and all
respectable druggists. dec 8-4m
THE GREAT CURE FOR GONORRHEA,
GLEET, Ac.
PERSONS SUFFERING WITH THEabove
complaints wH be cured In a few days by
using OR ROSE'S FRENCH SPECIFIC, 31
per bottle
For Kidney and Bladder Affections use DR.
AOSE'S BUCHU COMPOUND. 50 cents a bot
tle. It gives immediate relief. Sold by all Drug -
gifts In Washington, Georgetown and Altjran
dj}a. dec KMq
lg?dicine?.
PERUVIAN ITlDr,
for tA* Mf< ?/ L4?r Cwnptefart,
?TT*W, JVnrcifia, In-imimt Diltmsti ?/ tk*
iZK?fi?rZ*tml
THh,Sifi}i5#LL"r,T **?!QIWISi WHICH
tenslveiy u^d^n'n!!? reputation aai been ex
?&%&??? K.-SK2 V?
salebvZ D 61
I CP pfOOiS Ol ltfl fMcjlCV im ?a niinMiiI.
wcilauthcatlcalcd, ud of Wh peen52^2*S
t*r, that suflferers cannot laasoaabfr
celve the proffered aid. 10 *?"
The Peruvlsn Syrup does not urate, u> r. .
enra-a/*, but 1U rang* f. ertenslve,*^*^^?
<"?????, ?nuttmTjf unlike, are Intimately*:
??*? proceeding from one causTmn, be
cured by one remedy. '
Ji? f 'or which the Synw p?o
?fci l^st which luweo<55
baffled the highest order of medical ?kill. The
thffaafrfr^ifriTa, accessible and
the safety and efficacy of the Syrup lnoontrovert
thi fSrnJSiESOPVu!?**1 Preptratio# called
tne reruvian Syrup, with reference to the nambe*
and kind of active irubatanc.esconulned In It^and
the durability of the compound as a ?harma?i?
cal article. Tbe metallic compound* of arsenic
antimony, mercury and xlnc are not p?e*eot n?
Is It possible to detect la It the slightest Indict
tlon of any metallic and mineral poison Its or
gsnlc constituents do not Include opium, or any
of the drugs yielding poisonous principles The
constituents, when separated, are not even acrid
to the taste. 11 Is a preparation scientifically and
skilfully compounded, possessing all the durabil
ity of a splrltuocs tincture, without Its objection,
able qualities and the activity of Its leading con
stituent Is preserved through the Judicious adap
tation of Its solvent. The point here attained hM
been frequently and unsuccessfully sought
by pharmaceutists.
Respectfully,
A A BAY KB, M. D
Asaayer to State of Massachusetts
No. iff Boylston street, Boston,3d Nov , 1666.
nov?a-3m
PILES?PILES-PILES.
WE CALL ATTENTION TO ALL WHO
are afflicted with this dreadful complaint to
the following sworn certificate from one of our
most respectable citizens, the father-in-law of the
proprietor of the ?'Courier des Etas Unls," and
formerly gunmaker In Philadelphia:
? _ New Yoaa, Aug. *th, 1896.
Da Derail?Dear SirI hereby certify that I
have been affile ed with the Piles for nearly slcty
year-* that I hive used eighteen bottles of Barnes'
Pile Lotion, and everything else I could here of,
but all to no effect, for they did roe little or no
good. About two months since, I commenced
using your remedies for the Piles, a?d have the
happiness to say that they have had the desired
effect, having cured me 1 considei this almost a
miracle, for I am eighty years of age. I sincere
ly recommend them to all afflicted with the above
complaint P. VALLEE, 73 Franklin st
State of New York, >
New York City and County, l
I, Joseph C. Lawrence, do hereby certlre thit
on the day of the date hereof, before roe personal
ly came P. Vallee, to me well known, who, be
ing by me duly sworn, did depose and sav that
the contents of the foregoing certificate signed bv
him are true.
in witness whereof I have subscribed my
name, as Commissioner of Deeds and as a NotaT
Public of the r<tate of New York, and have af
fixed my Notarial Seal at my offlce, In New York,
this 26th day of August, 1856
JOSEPH C. LAWRENCP,
Commissioner of Deeds and Notary Public of the
State of New York. 67 Wall street. New York
We challenge the Medical Faculty of the Uni
ted States to produce a certificate equal to the
above. Dr. Duprle'a Remedies are the only ef
fectual cure for Internal Plies. Only SO oents per
box.
Offlce?76 Nassau street, New York. Will be
sentby mall to any part of the United States
For sale by FORD A BKO .corner of 11th
street and Pa. ave, Washington, D. C. oc 33
GAUTIER'S COMPOUND HERB DROPS:
For Congaa, Colda, Bronchitis, Asthma, Ac
1WESE INVALUABLE COMPOUND Herb
Drops h?ve th- extraordinary property of im
mediately relieving Coughs, Colds, Hoarsen**,
Difficulty of Hreatnlng, Bronchitis, Asthma, and I
Huskiness of the Throat
Tho?e who are troubled with that unpleasant
tickling in the throat, which deprives them of
re?t, night after eight, by the incessant cou^h
Wilch It provoke*, will, by uslsg these drop*,
fled immediate resilef. ^
1 be subscriber, in presenting these Drops to
public notice, wishes It to be expressly under
stood that he doe* not claim fnrth^many miracu
lous curing probities, nor does be present them
with a long (trine of ctrtlficatesof recommenda
tions. although he has many unsolicited and most
flattering ones from persons who have used them
These Drops are composed of six simple in
gredients, principally herbs, which are known to
be v?ry efficacious in the cure of diseases result*
lug from Colds,and some of which, belug ratLer
nauseous In their natural state, would deter many
from resorting to them, but when made Into a
candv or drops, become palatable Without loslna
any of their valuable properties. ^
They have been approved and recommended bv
all the most prominent members of the Medical
Faculty of Washington city.
v&,UI,T?l Clergyman, Public Speaker, or
Vocalist, should carry a few of these Drops 1b
his pocket to be used before or after exercising the
vo-al organs. ^
Prepared and for sale, wholesale and retail bv
C. GAUT1ER, A la Villa de Paris,'
No USi Pa Washington, D. C.
u had of following agent- : J AS.
H. STONE, corner of 7th and L streets; R 8.
T. CISSEL, Georgetown; JOHN E BATES
Navy\ard; SAMUEL WHITE. 7th street, &&>?
HENRY COOK A CO.. Alexandria. dec V '
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Information for Trarolm.
T'
IHB STEAMER ?FOK?E WAIHIKfl.
TON m\il AopH at tn# toi\mw m -1^ *
lBff hours: JkCHHC
Leave Alexandria?#, ?, it I*
Leave Waahlngtoc ?**, ie,it, *%, i
I mow U?A JOB CO It ?on, Captain.
C
RANGE OF HOURI?TMK
STEAMER GEORGE PACK
will leave
Alexandria at 4 tt,ftt,l0.12,2lt, 5.andft* o'clock.
Waiting ton atS.S.n, 1*. I,*#, and 7 o'clock.
wov 11 KLLiy L PKfCE. Captain
ALEXANDRIA * WASHINGTON 1. R.
AND AFTER THBRRDAY, THE *7th
? of November, until further notice, a train of
oara will leave the Depot In Alexandria, at the
oorner of St Araph and Princess streets. lor
Washington city, at 8 o'clock, a m , and at 3
o'clock, p m
Omni busses will be in readiness at the Potomac
Ol
Hrldge to convoy ptMfBgtn to tbe Intersection of
7th street and Pennsylvania ivrnof. at Deater's
Hotel. Frost tbla point at tbe aame h oara (6 a m,
and 3 p. m ,) omnirmsses will leave fcr the South -
era end of tbe Bridge where the cara will be la
resdlaess to proceed to Alexandria
Passengers will tad comfortable slttlr g rooms
at Dexters Hotel JAMES 8. FRENCH,
>?? 17-dtf President.
von BOl'NT VEKNH1.
ON TUESDAY* AND PR 11OAYB ?FARE,
ROUND TRIP. Rlj FROM r -
ALE X AN D R1A TS CE.N TS ~ rih'*4(pWf*
ataamer THOMAS COLLYER leaves w asking
tea at 8 aad Alexandria atS# o'clock.
Coachea leave tbe Capitol foi the boat at t tf
o'clock Coacb fare IS cents
Perooaa wishing the ooaehea will leeve their
residence witfc Room A Thomas Parker
! the h
T"J
ta menu on the boat
ap?-tf SAM'L ?EDNKY, Captals
.RAR^A ALXXARDRI^AI^AD
flfMt Bonthorn Mnll Lino 1
IT T W ICE O A 1 !? \ -w
(8WNDAY NWHTS EXCEPTED)
iUtWMi Waihiiftoi City and the Sonlh!
VIA: ALEXANDRIA,
?ORDONSV1LLE. RICHMOND, DAN.
VILLE GREENSBOROUGH,N C.
AW? DAILY TO THB
VIRGINIA 8PR1N88.
Leeve Washington at ft o'clock, A M.
Leave Washington at............7 " P.M.
Leave Alexandria at 7 " A.M.
Al6X&DdME at.eeooo ooooo.6 ^
Travel .era will find ihe Worning Line la con
nection with the Virginia Central Railroad, the
Cheapest, most Pleasant and Vxpedltlous Rnote to
THE VIRGINIA SPRINGS?,
Greenbrier White Sulphur and Fauquier White
Sulphur. Warm, Hot. Alum and Capon Springs,
Weir's Cave, Natural Bridge. Lexington. Ac
OMNIBUSES and BAtiGAGE WAGONS
Will be at the Washington Railroad l>epot tocos
vey PASSENGERS and BAGGAGE, FVss ?/
WUrgt, to STEAMER GEORGE
PARE.for ALEXANltRlA.adls-aH
aaoe of six miles, allowing ample time lor
Faiefrom Washington to Klrhmond _ fS 50
Fare '* " Danville It (*>
Fare " ** ?reensborough...lt uo
Tickets procured on the boat.
Lipedltfon and Comfort are secured by thl?
Route, as It Is a Linnet wikst class aaiLasaa
raoM ALEXANDRIA TO DANVILLE.
THROVGH PASSENGERS aad BAG* AG ??.
aarried without eeat to the Depot of the Peten-tnig
Railroad. JAMES A EVANS
ael Agent, Alexandria. Va.
TBI nv YORK ARD LIVERPOOL
VN1TED STATES
.MAIL
IE SHIPS COMPRK1NG THIS LiNS
are the ?
ATLANTIC ????????????????<Ci.pl. Eld ridge
BALTIC Capt. Comstoc*
ADRIATIC Capt Jas. West
These ship* bavin? been oullt by contract ex
pressly fcr Government service, every care has
been taken in theli construction, aa also la their
engines,to Insure strength and spaed, and their
aocommcdatlonsfor paasecgers are aaeqnatod fcr
elegance and cenifoit
Price of passage from New York to Llverpoo.
In first cabin, Ri3fl; in s??eond de.,?75. Frern
Liverpool to New York. 30 ar d guineas. An
expeueaced sutgeon attached to each ship. No
berths can be s*-cured until paid fer. The ship
of this line have improved water-tight bu.k
headn. and to avoid darter from lc; willnotcr -
tbe Banks north of ?i degrees, until after the in
of August.
raorosst oaybs n ta'L'Bo
Wrom Nsw York Ltesrpssl
le56. IMS.
Saturday Apr / Wednesday....k;ay 1*
Saturday May 1C Wednesday....Aiay to
'Saturday May M Wednesday.... June ii
Saturday June 7 Wednesday....June 25
Saturday* June 'J! Wedne?dcy .... July 9
| Saturday July S Wednesday ....July
Saturday ..July IV Wednesday....Aug, a
Saturday Aug. 2 Wednesday....Aug, -??'
Saturday Aug 16 Wednesday....Sept. 3
Saturday Aug. 30 Wednesday....Sept. 17
Saturday Sept. 13 Wednesday ....Oct. 1
Saturday. Sept 97 Wednesday ....( ct. IS
Saturday ...Oct 11 Wednesday ....Oet, 2V
Saturday Oct. IS Wednesday.... Nov. It
Saturday No*, b Wednesday....Nov. t8
Saturday.......Nov. tt W ednesday....Dee. lw
Saturday .......Deo ft Wednesday ....Dec. M
Saturday l)<-c iO
Forfretpbt or passage apply to
EDWARD X. COLLINS A CO.,
56 Wall street, New Y trk.
BROWN. SHIPLEY A CO.. Llverrool.
STEPHEN KENNARD * CO., 17 AaaUs
Friars, London.
B G WAIN WRIGHT A CO., Paris.
The owners of these ships will not be aeco?al
ible for gold, silver, bullion, specie,Jewelry, pre
vious stones, or metals, unless bills of lading are
signed therefor, and the value thereof expressed
therein ? Mr
VOE H A Rfl K'l r E H H 1 ,
?Jh.-arrrrrA Via CkssaptaMs f
BH^Bh Okto C'aiuU.
THKOUQH 1M TWELVE HOURS.
The new and splendid pacret
BOAT ARGO, Capt. Chas. H Msanill,
Will commence making htgm.mr Trtpt between
GEUKGETO WN and the above l olnt, on Mor.
dav, March 27th, 1636
The Boat will leave the wharf of W. H A H. t$
Rltter, Georgetown, D C.,e?ery Monday, Wed
neaday. and Friday morning. at 6 o'clocn
Retirulng. she will leave Harper's Perry every
Tuesdsy,Thursday and Saturday moral**,at
o'clock.
Through Tickets, S2.HE.
To L??tbMrg SI 02^, including tk* Stag* /torn
Edwards' Ft**jr.
Families intending to vlsitthe Virginia Springs
the coming season will lad this by far the m?>s1
safe, pleaaant. and cheapest route to Berkeley
Canon. Shanondale. White Sulphur and Warres.
Meals served on board at moderate rates
A coach will always be In readiness in George
town to convey passenger* to and from the Boai.
For further particulars inquire at the store of
W. H. A H. G. RITTER, Georgetown, and
JOHN V. AVIS, Jr^ Harper's Ferry, Va.
mar 16?tf
in inn muni;
BUJ AND SELL
TORIiei ARD D0XR1IIC KXCHARCX;
FWRNISH DMAFTS
Ob all PRitf of United States and Xtuapa,
90LLECT DRAFTS
Or Rll parts of Unitsd States aad Rt*<>*e;
DRAW BILLS
ON IRELAND FOR ?1 OR IfWAI
BVY AND SELL
BOMIHI, 8VOCR8, % OTH L R SEOVRITlXSi
IIBOOT 1 ATE TIME PAFBK.
ntpaylag I?P aad ever, fer sat*.
LARD f ARRART8.
We are at all times Purchaslag, aad ka?e foi
Bale.LAND WAR RANTS of all 9eacm'catl<'?s.
Land Warrants located In Iowa, Wieconsia.o*
Minnesota. CHVBB BROTHERS,
)aa ?-tf Beakers, opposite the Treasury
BEbT RIDOLOVEb at ??7 k cents. ?JCST
received rer Express from the lmpor ? m
ter, an additional aupply of daik eolor>Jl\\f) \
bet?t KID GLOVPS. making my esaort JI114UI
ment complete of Darks, Medium, BlaeR.OS?
and White (all numbers ) A lac, Mlatea dark
colors of tbo saiH* quality
The above mike ia fully eqml to any Gloves In
the market
Also recelying nn assortment of Ladies', Gen
tlemen's and Chi dren's far cv lined, napped
silk, ca?hmere. cloth, buck and other Gloves,
which will be sold cheap.
JOHN H SMOOT,
nov 25- IIS Bridge St., Georgetown
COAEa?COAL?COAL.
Alwayb on hand,
WHITE ASH, RED ASH,
LEHIGH, and CUMBERLAND COAL
Also, PINE. OAK. ond HICKORY WOOD
Coal kert under cover. 2,<40 lbs to the tea
T J. A W M GALT,
N W. cor. ltth and C sts , No 547. one
no* 2ft-tf square south of Pecn aw
Fine hiblkr, in fine bindinw*}
Family Rlblea. Octavo Bibles Pocket Rl
hies, aad other sixes; some with Claaps, oihem
bound la Velvet, are recently opened ; some of
them tmpoitepfmB Liadoa dyeiat, by
4ee 16 PRAJ0OR TAYLOR.

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