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THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. S ATURJDAY tMORNING. : APJHL 21.1866.
i ft gjntiounl tynMu.ui. SATURDAY MORSIKQ .. ' APRIL , 1800 Mr pMtmdy't fBBlflcDC Autoftraph letter from tho Un to tl Ures,t .Danker From th London Timet, April 1 The following graceful letter las been written by th Qneen to Mr. Peabody: Wivmob Curt a, starch SI, 1866, The Queen hears that Mr. Peabody Intends shortly to return to America, and the would be sorry that he should leavt Kn gland with out bting assured by herself how deeply she appreciates the noble act of more than princely munificence by which he has sought to reliere the wants of the poorer class of her subjects residing in London. It Is an act, as the Queen believes, wholly without parallel, and will carry its best re ward in toe consciousness of having contrib uted so largely to the assistance of those who can little help themselres. The Queen would not, however, have been satisfied without giving Mr. Pcabtfdy some public mark of her sense of his munificence, and she would gladly have conferred upon him either a baronetcy or the Grand Cross of the Order of the Hath, but that she under stands Mr. Peabody to feel himself debarred from accenting sucn distinctions. The present occasion, howler, was amply worthy of such an exceptional course, and in tms(FTacciuiacioiconacscensioniier.Majcsi) has uonc equal honor to her sense of duty as n Queen and her feeling as a woman. It enhances at once the generosity of Mr. Pea body, and the significance of lief Majcst) s acknowledgments, that this great benefit his been conferred on us and this acknowledg ment received by one who is not a citizen of this country; by a man who is with us, but not of us. It is to an American that we art indebted for the greatest boon erer nVirn to the poor ofljondon, and It is to the citizen of the United States that the Queen has thought It rijrht to address this personal expression of gratitude. We cannot but believe that such an occurrence will have no little influence in augmenting the good feeling which should prevail between the two countries. There U no surer means of conciliation between na tions than the sense of benefits mutually re ceived and acknowledged. It only remains, therefore, for tho Queen to give Mr. Peabody this assurance of her personal icciings, which sue would lurti.er wish to mark by asking him to accept a min iature portrait of herself, which she will de sire to nave painted for him, and which, when finished, can either be sent to him to Amer ica or given to him on the return which, she rejoices to hear, he meditates to the country that owes him so much. rXABODT'S MUVIF1CENCE A FLEDGE OP PKACK AMD FRIENDSHIP BETWEEN ENGLAND AND THE LMTED STATES. From tht London Times, April 2 In such a signal mark of gratitude from the Queen, Mr. Peabody has, wo think, re ceived a far higher honor than could have been conveyed by any mere title. It is sel dom that a sovereign thus breaks through the strict rule of court etiauette. and to be the subject of so marked an expression of royai lavor is a distinction tnat must ue re served for the very few. Air. Peabody has done more to foster among us a kindly feeling for his country men than could have been effected by a reit eration of statesmen, and her Majesty' letter wut we nope, oe rccetiea ot ine Americans as a conspicuous evidence of the friendly re gard toward them which such acts uaie called forth on our part. The occasion aptly illustrates what ouM to be the mutual rela tions of States There la no State that has it not in its power to confer benefits on an other, and these common benefits should be answered by mutual good will. Itetwien nn two countries, however, arc such relation more natural than between Kngland and Amencu, and we trust that this story of mu nificence and gratitude ma) long be remem bered in both nations as u pledge of peace and friendship lint and HoiinelHl,oinIoii. Tho Queen mentions some ver noul shapes In bonnets or rather hats that have just appeared in London, for the shape ap proaches nearer to that of a tiny mushroom hut than a bonnet An inserted meat plate would almost form a model for the shape, bent elifbtly to the head. One of these was com posed of white strw, trimmed with hlics of tne yauey, soinc oi nnicn were piaceu ai me dge, overhanging the face, where scarcely any cap was v&bU, and a few more crossed the top of the head, Iho strings came from the outside, and were also nhite Another similar notelty was more of the Pamela shape, composed of white tulle, edged with o close row of white daiiies Long ends of Jilonue, dotted with daisies on tlie nem, could cither be tied under the chin as strings, or pinned behind as atci). llus bonnet wai suitable for a bridesmaid A ur 6t llsh black lace bonnet formed quite u head-drebs in the Spanish style. It hail neither crown nor back, a fold of spotted net merel) crossing the top of the head, and leaving the chignon quite lingered, a full of black lace formed tiro front of the bonnet, and a frill o or the top of the chignnn. I-ace lappets of a full Huiare shape, pinned as strings under the chin, and again under the chignon, forming a Iaco dra pery. The cap ias composed of a rcarlet wild rose, each petal imitating the rose-It a f shells which hae lately been so much worn in jewelry. The wreath inside tho tip has on cither sido of the centre rose single pctalf, scattered among the kaua as if tiny hud dropped ofT, and on the centre of inch is placed a dew-drop A Pamela-shaped bonui t, Jn wlutc fancy straw and suitable for u ir young lady, wai trimmed with bouquets of white lilac on the outside, and within had a puffing of pink tarlatan placed ull round tho brim. Another stjlc of bonnet seems a compro mise between the Pamela, the Kinnlrc. and the Tanchon. Tho head was modelled to a Pom hon shape, but instead of tho corner behind, the empire curtain was udded, and also the short rounded ears of the Pamela 'Iho front was arranged a la Mario Stuart It is a shape likely to find fm or. 1 ho ci o we are describing u of black net, edged with white Cluny insertion, and three wlutc Clun birds on the front A jet drop fringe edged tho bonnet, and a bmgh bmult pink roo or namented the cap Another bonnet was curiously trimmed with an enormous cabbage rose which in tirely covered one Bide, and was ery beauti fully made On the reverse side were agpruj of leaves and onour two petal that uppeaml to hate fallen from tho flower 'Iho flout r formed of the enamel shell pttah, and tu comnanied by single petaht to fouu tie wreath, are among thu newest design in flowers. Pine, close chains of very tiny in lets on soft stalks, and other minute bins norm, are veryprettj 'I hey are arrungul on bonnets so as to form n loop hanging lx low tho chin, a la Uenoiton, or round the front and cm the lappets "Foreign Gossip TiiKbt Jobnsbury fVt.) Caledonian says "Sutton, the tugar maker's Kden, is coining down heavy tbU spring On Tuesday morn ing of this week one man there had made a Ion, and ho bad just fairly commenced." The expedltion.onsUtlng of nome seven 4yflr Nw Englsnd females which sailed from Kw York for Washington Terr tory, under tb management of on Mercer, ha it Utt been heard from. After a r feasant voyage, diversified only by tb viual laoldeoteTi of tea sickosii, tbe steimer Continental reached Rio oa the 10th of February They arrtTed la good health sad spirits, showing (hat tb ars justly Joogb. Indian AffaJr. Toar La as to. Kinii, April 8, IMS 8ih I hare tho honor to ilaU thai on the 4th day of thle month, I met and talked with the remain ing band of Cbmssi Indians, mentioned In my report of March S m not baring been In commnnl nloatlon with This band eompris a largo por tion of the fighting element of tho tribe, and at. though their head men signed tho agreement whleh has been forwarded to your Department, I deem It my amy, as weu as very necessary lor ine pa duo Interests, to see and talk with tht wanton of that band, as well as to bare them proofed foatb of tho Arkansas rlrer, all of whleh I hart aooomplUhed. They ilitened to me with much attention, and were perfectly willing to follow my direction la avery particular, I hare now get all of tho boitlte bande In, and ean lafely declare the Indiana to bo at peace, ot consequently the different route i of trarel aeroM the plaint perfectly sale. Tho effect li already Tlitble, from the faeft of the mall t ravelins; without eMort, and small parttee of Immigrant and freight er! puriolng their course in perfect eafety and with out the anticipation of any danger from Indiana. I hare vliitod tho Indian canape without escort, and to all appearance they art m peaceably dis posed u I erer knew them to bo prior to tho open (off of hostilities. Ther all areotnrerardlnvthtinrtroR9:reaco." aa It baa been ooniummatod with tho warriors In tho field, rather than with tho oil men In council. In all myeanferoocoe with theio Indiana they bare tated that the Eloux, who hate aJwayt been their alllee, bare promleod them to bury tho hatchet when they loam that the Chejenneo and Arapahoei hare made poaco. I bar Information that inch ! amaay mo eato. ci pveowmo year ieparimeoi oh been fully adTtrod la tho premuoe. I consider that all that remain! now li for the GoTernmeot to fulfill la etery particular the prom- ! made to loom, ana reel aMurca mat mo reiuu will perpetuate peace with theeo Indian! I here the honor to remain, with mocbT reipcct, yourtobodlent Hmnt, K XT WTnaoor, UaJ and BrtTet LU Cot USA, Special Indian Agent, lion D. N Cooliv. Commluioner Indian Affair!, WaahlogWn, D C. llcdnclloa or Troop. Wa nariaTHBiT, Amctixt Qtiuiii urrin, WiienuToi, April I!, iwo. I. Alarch 15, 1RM, Mr Qeneral Oeorge II. Thomaa, oommanding tho Military DWliIon of tho Tenneereo, was directed to reduce tho for of col ored trooji in hie commend o as to leaf e In lerrlce for the reipocilTo military dcpartmenti ai followi Kentucky, two regiment!, Tennfiiee, fuur regi ments, Georgia, one regiment) Alabama, two regi ment! uiisimppi, lour regimenii 2. March lo, 1866, Major General Daniel l Ot.LI.. .Ia T1r..)i.nl ftf flnnlli Parn. I sri:"::"?.. vrz u, nM .... -v . v. .. .-. , iruum ID tUlt UVUBIVUIVU w vu, f,lu..u. d. March lft. lfcflrt. Malor aeocral P II Sheri dan, commanding MillUry Tjirlslon of tbo Gulf, was directed to reuaee tne lorco ci coiorea irouja In tbo Department of Florida to one regiment. I 4. March 15 1800, Major Oonersl C. C Angur, commanding Department of Washington, was dl reeled to reduce the fore of colored troopi In that dlrtstoQ to four regiment 5 March 15, 1860 Msjor General W T Sher man, commanding military dlrlslon of tho Missis sippi, waa directed to reduce tbo force of colored troops In that dlrlslon to four regiment I 6 The following Tolonteer bare bcn ordered ro altered out of serf Ice, under special Instructions, of dates set opposite tho organisations respectively 123th regiment Indiana Infantry, March 28, lbttf, . 12th United SUtci colored hoary artillery, April I 3, 18GA, 148th Infantry, April 10, 1SG0 I E. 1 ToWSHEUD, I Assistant Adjutant General j THBtnent-fojrtUlay of April will be the anniversary of tb first publication of the first American newspaper tho Boston JWr Letttr which appeared on April 24, 1704 It wai printed with large typo, on a Tory small sheet, and th flrvt number contained a speech of Queen Ann to tbo British Parliament, some local items, and one ad ertiiemeot Tho Awi Letter bad no rlral In America until 1721 It wai printed by a Scotch man named Campbell. , IWtil Cosgrbi marks out some definite line of I policy for tho guidance of parties, wo do not see now partiei ar to be formed In the South on any other principle! than for or against the President. Thus far Congress has given no eneojiregement to I union sentiment in ine douio ana umu it puuwb m determination to do so It'eau sipect to find Terr few supporters in this section JiaUtgh (TV. C ) Progrtu StrrciDK Colonel L C. Clayton, of Buncombe county, committed suicide at bii own home, re cently, while hie family were at church 11 had been depressedln mind for some time, on account of loss of property hw Gen. Stontoian s troops Ntvf litr4N (f) ftmt$ Capt. Mau(IH NickERnoN committed sui cide to South Dartmouth. Mass , on Monday by means of laudanum Family troubles are sup posed to hare led him to the commission of the sot, which had been previously attempted. n X Itl'KU'S MAOAZI N K . YOLTJUB S3 XUUBER 101 NEW TOIIK, APRIL, Uod The present aeialon of Coogra cannot fall tobelo maor tetptcti the most momentooa lu Iboblaloryof our Uoveranent la aeeurdanr wl h reqaeala re I eat dly ofgaJ from many qaarlera, tb Xdttoreof tbe lagatlxa will axleed tb MoithLV Kacoao or Cra aasT Evcsrs," ao aa lo present a foil aeoonat of ihe promloeal lueaaurea proposed, the arguuianU by which they ah all be adrueled and on our J, anJ lla floslsctlou takaln rpct to them, with ebiirsrteuf all Important dvestneata which will hereafter form s I art of tbe hWUrr of tbe irreat rrUea tbroujih wu'eh the a.atl0at psailsk' It will betLealtaof tbe writer of Ibe Keeord t prcmnt a fair atatemaol i f facts and of Ibe exire-Mj opluluus uf repreaent stive manj not to eat forth blaown view Tbe exitnet ,o or a part U star Department will Is no wUe aSToet the sjeoeral acopeof tbe Magaxloe, which wlUcostlDoe to be devoted to literature, Vuclal Im I rovameat and Art Ample r-aneweit bav bean made, with old and new eonlrlbotora, for foraUbiarf matter la every department TEEMS FOR IIAUPEK'B UAOiZIXB AND WBKRLT; fcaeb ournbarof Harper Magailne contain from fifty toooe Lund-ad percent more matter than any other Auer eaa iiiKsmlead st tbe iitni prlc,and nearly doable the quantity outalod In ibe papnlar Brit Lb uaiaslDa, aoch as lie fflrnblll, " ' remple Lar,M sad ''London Boclety," sod Mi-antr live per cast more tban tlie half crown Urltlah Uikaslnsa, aucb Blackwood,' Prsaer," and tbe "iiublla Ualfer- Harper's Msffislne.oiesopy for one yesr 11(H) Harper's Wekly, one copy tot OB year 4 00 An extra copy of either tbe Waaltly or tbe Mag aitne will be aupplied gratli lo every club o Hre aubaciibera at 41 each, In on remittance, or els coplea for ) lioosd volum-a t-f the lligiilne, each volume eon lain nn toe n'lifcl" tot alx montba, will La furiilabed for )1 per volutue and aeot by mill, po.tae paid Hound volant of lha Weekly, eaeh yoloine rontalslnir Ibe n umber for pus yesr, will be furnished for , fteigLt by espreaa pald.lhewelujbtof the volouee hetog bvyond that allowed la tbe mail .A lliulted number of sdvertiauents will be In serted ta tbe Magatlna at tbe following rates "ac I age, AV) one bslfage, SUljoue qaarler pafce, T5 Tbe tlrcolstlon of tbe llsRSilse la larger than that of I y atmllar periodical to the world AdvertUemesta will Klao be In-erled Id tbe Waakly at 41 to a line on Ihe lnalde, and 4)2 a line on Ibe outalde, for each loer tUn, where adwrilacioenta are dlplayed, Ibe cfasrge will be fur tbe noubtr of solid Unca eontalned In the pa- wbicn l occupiea year, aad lb Weekly 20 cents a year, ray able quar terly, seist yearly, or early, at the olace wber re Subscribers to tbe UaUlilli sd WibxlT will And on each nrapprr lbs buvjr with which their aab eri.tlOB Ar(rf, a enteied ujon owrhooka In r netojraaabkcrlpllon, It Is exalred thai tb number with which It la to cumiMuet should be tated Tb naio of lb aobacrllar, and full sddreaa, Isclndlug Cwaoly and ft ate abould be dlatlnrtly written i Thus Keuew sabacrlptlon to Magattue or Wirkly c na meuclDgwilb No ruber v Jwba Adaiua, Jackaon, Hike eonnty, Ohtp " ... In rbang a$ tbe direction, the olJu well si tbe ntio addreksabosld taglrea t Thus ' Change address of IMsyssloe or Weekly from John Adsnta. Jackaoo, 1 keeonnty, Ohio, lo Alary Adams, JTraoklle, Alls ghny souoty, reun " , , Tb Hsguioe end Weakly srs always etoppad when the term if uf anbacrlplton expires It Is not ueeeuary to give notice of dlftcuntlnoaoce Ibe volomee of the Uagailne commence with the Vnuibera for Jun and Vtctmber of each year ub ri-liiilniia inat auiiiiiiDia with ibf BiilUarer Whan no rime la apeclfied, It will be nudcralood that tb aub itnutr winea to ockd wiiu toe nniuummw ' rnrreul olam, sad back nutubere will be aeut sc cordlogly The VoUmca of the WeeVJy commence with the year Wbeo eottueta arvilUe It will be understand that be aubacrlbur wUhea to oommuee with lb B umber next alter the receipt of his order Hack nsubera(uf both hUgeilne and Weekly can always be opplleJ la remUUnJ by mallaroav Otriciftsrzaor aPsifT opon flew York, payal I (o tht order Uarpt A Urothtrs, la preferable lo bank note, ai, should ibe Order or Draft b lost or atoteu, It sao b rtoewed wlthont loas to tb eender Yor sale by HPD801T TAYLOR DKNTISTRY.-DR. LOOlllfi, asalossT lsvtsr, S38 I'einsvlvael avenue, near corner of Ninth street, atand lo all branches pertaining to tbe profesalon Ualfurmatlon of ths mouth corrected, and very variety or artlflctsl sets made spS-Jy W" BAPPINO rJiVEU FOU BALE AT th eflit Of the Hallos! Republican. coflanictaioitAi duikotoiiv. emmlare. Aalhoay, nerB,.I., US I atreel, between 17th aad lSlb. Brewe,B. Orati, Ifteiouri. eor Ta.av aed Sd. Baekalew, Chae. R., Pa. , Ho South A. at. Chaadler, latharlah. alien, , !C atleaal UoUU Clark, Deetol, Hew Uanpehlre, Ho 390 4th it CoaaeeeLJoha, Cal , 448 lh it , bet. I aad t. Cowaa, Hi ar, Fa. . Hre. Carter'e. Vo 4 Borth A it. Cratta, Aaroa U , IV, n , ITetloaal UoUL Creewetl. John A 3 , Hi , Katloaal UoteL geolltUe, J, R., Wleeoiila, Monk A etreet. txou, Jamee, Coaa., 407 Jlew York areas Davts, Garrett, Ky ,471 U it. ,i.t X) aad B. Toote, SolOMoa, Tl, Mre Carter'e, 4 North A etreet. rMid, Wm P Malae, 411 f street. fetter, L. F 8., Coaaeetleet, WUlardV. Orimee, J W,Iowa.S&SU ttreet. Outhrle. Jatuee, Keatseky. ITo. 899 Termoat ar. narrle, Ira, 9. T. , eoreer loth aad H etreete Uowe, Tlnothy O tWla., S3SB,T. at, between 9th ei10tt. Headeroa,J B ,MliiOBrl,48 B etreet. Ileadrlcke, T.A.ladlsaa, Mrs TUley's.Sd aid Mil seart at ease. Ilewar, J U , Ukh , 487 11th at, bet 1 aad T. Johaaoa, BeTerdy, Hd , 271 Termoat areas Laae, James R , Kaoiaa, Beatoa Uoaae taae,Beary S,, Iid.SOl C at, bet M asd4. Uorxaa, B D , Hew Tork, eor loth sad I at, MeDosgall, Jamec U , Callerala, 431 First atreet east Morrill. Lot V.,MataefWaahlir ton novae. Reamlth, Jamee W , OrcfOa, Sal Pa. aTeaae,hetweea Uth aad loth Bortoa, Daalel 8., Ml si , Crutchett's, eorier D aad ath m. Nye, Jamee W . Nevada, If 0,163 Q at,,bet.l4th aad lata Folaad, Lske.P.YermoBLlTo 4 North A at, Capitol Hilt. Pomerey, Samuel C, Kaaaas, 82S I atreet, between 14th aad lota. Kiddle. OeorxeB., Delaware. 071 th at., bet. D and . Bamae j, Aleaaeder, Mlaaeeota, Natloaal. Baolahsry, W , Delaware, No 464 eth at Ekarnaa, Joka.Oblo. No. 333 K at., bt. 13th and 14th Banaer, Charlea. Mssa , eoraer 13th aad F ate ftprafoe, Was., k.1 , W W. eor. eth aad B. auwart, Wn M , NeTada070 N 3 asease Etocktou,J P., N.J, Wlllard's noteU Trumbull, Lymsa, IUlaoU, 430 D, between 6th aad Vaa Wlakle, P O .TTeat Ylrflal. Nation at WaJe, BeaUalaF, Oklo,H a U street. WlUIama Qeirfe u , Orefoa, 808 J street. VTricht, WtUlan, N. J, eor. 4th aad D ets. Wllua.nanrT-Hiia. WaiMnrtaa llonaa Wllley, VT. T , Weet lf jla ta, or. Id at and Mlaaourl arcana Tatee, Blehard, 111 , 403 B at. bet. Bth aid 10th oafoiditu ron admissios Aleorn, J L.,Mlaalaalpp1, Malropolltaa UoteL Fowler, J. 8 , Loalalsaa. Baxter, B., Arkaaaae. Iloaatos, Oeorie 8., Alabama. Catler, R. K., Loalalsaa. nahi, UlchaltLoala1aaa,WUlsrds. 8r, Joaeph, Ta., Bhbltl llonae. Sharker, Wm U, Mias. Smith, Chaa , La. Baow.Wm. D .Ark. txproa utii Alley, Job a B . Maaiaehuaetta, Kbbltt Bjsm Aaeons,BrdeBbsa B..FS..360F atlat. aniwm. ., iowr m.m. M m .t. Ae,Oake, Maw. WMklnrWa Hoo, AHJ, vhbk, akva. nuBiHtva aggHi Aaderaoa. Qaore W . Mo . 407 0th atreaL Ashley, Delo K. , Revsds, Ml D stt (, bet. th and 10th Ashtoy, James H , Obi, S3 4!4 street. Baaka, If athaalal P , Maaa , 4M D at., bet. Bth and 6th Baker, Jehu, Iltlsola, 1I Id at, bat. aad F. Baidwla.JohaD , Haas.,UIsdlaaa aveas. Barker, Abrstsm A., raaaa.,404 9th atreeL Baiter, Porteua, Tt . SM V iumL Benjamla, Joha F , Mo,, 374S atreet. Bergea, Teuats O- M T , beatoa Hosse, Blaln, James O , Malae, 4o7 Bth aUeet. Blow, Reary T, Mo ,904 F street. Boyer, Benjamin M, Peana., Wt Iftth street. Brooke, Jamee, K. T , Beatoa Home Broomail, John M , Penae, , SU K atreet. Backlsad, Ralph P.OUo, Aveae Uooa BontweU.Oeo g.Msaa.,442 llth at, aJt, Beamaa, I, C., Xlchlgsa, Avano Roue Bid wU, John, Cellforela, 48 llth atreet. Beady, H 8 Ohio, cor Sth at. aad Pens are Baeklsnd, R. P , Ohio, 484 12th et. Uroiawell, U P. H., llllaola. S88 Fourth etreet Blagbam, Joha A., Ohio, Washington lionse Brsadeges, Ang aatas, Cosa. , to F street, brad for J, A. a , Colorado, ITS Peon atenue Bartelgh,W.A,DskoUh Katloast. Colfax, Bcberler, lad , No 84U at, Cbaaler, J. W , H Y. , Ml Franklla Row, E. st. Clarke, R. W , Ohio, cor 8th and Peua av Clerks, hldsey, Ksoass, Metropoliua Cobb. Amssa,WU , Mra Hkldmor, 25, 4 aty Coakllng, Roacoe,tfew York Ml F atreeL Cook, Bortoa C , Ullnole U D, bet, oth aad 6th, Caltom.B M ,IUlaoU.U2F atreet. Cnlver,C V .Peonaylvaal, Bbbltt Bona. Davt,T T, bT.Y,Fstrsot,bct.l3lh andltth. Defreee, Jos H , lad , Chlpmsa's, Tth atreel Dawsos, Jao L., Pa., Mra Burth's, Sd etreet, Dosaeliy. Igastlos, Wins , National. Darling, W. A.. New York, 437 13th street. Darning, 11 C , Connecticut. 261 I atreet Dawea, II L , Mane .corner 8th snd Pa, av Delano, Col ambua, Ohio, Avenue Honae Delaon.Cbarlea,PeBnaylTanla, M'tropolltsa Dixon, N F , Rhode Uland, U3 I atreet Drlgfs, John F , Mlehlg ss, 41 Lonlalass sve. Domoat,Ebeneser, Indiana fct Charlss liotsl Denny, A. A , Wuh Tar , 36 C street Udriage.Chas A , Wlaconala, Klrkwood Iggletlon, BenJ , Ohio, Washington Uoua Kckley, Ephralm, Ohio. 630 K atreet, Ellot,T D , Masaaehnaatta Beaton llonae Vsmsworth, Jno f , HI ,23 Indiana svenne Flnck, W K., Ohio. Mrs Brown's, Third el, Fsrqnhsr, J II ,ladlaaa Avesns llonae. Ferry, T W , Michigan. National UoUU OsrBeid.J A., Ohio, lo8 F atreel. OlosbrsaarlA.J,PssBivlvaala,34U avs Ooodyssr.Chsrlea, New York, Beaton Honae Grlder, Ueary, Kentnckr, 327 B at .Capitol Hill Qrlnaell, 3 B , Iowa. 23 Fonr and s half at. Oris wo 14, J A, New York, WUlarda' Hotel uonawia, m iioa, oho ioiu sifvajv. Habbell.J R-, Qblo, ifla llf b etreet. Uogsa, John, Mlaaoarl. sorasr Uth and II. Ue.draon, J II D .Oregon, 303C aUeeL Holmes, 8 T .New York, Avenue Uona Hubbard, D , Jr , New York, Avenue Honae nsrdlng AC, Illinois 4S9 E Ut. otb and 6th Hlgby, Wm , Caltorala, 432 Carroll Row Holmes, Brassy T .New York, Avsnus Honae Hooper, Bamal, UaaaachotelU, northweat corner JI ssd 13th atreet Usle, Robert 8 , New York, 27 Fifth slreeL Harding. Aaron, Keatoeky, 823 B street Usrrle,B O, Maryland Hart, Uoewsll, New York, Wormley's, I street, bet Vermont a bus ssd 10th atreet Hayea R. B.Ohio 492 Tbwtaeath street. Hill, Ralph, lsdtBsa 400 Fourth atreet Hotchkiaa, O W , Nsw Tork, Avenue lloue Hubbard, A W , lows, U Four and s half st Hnbbsrd.C D.Wsat Ys.eor 3d ssd Mo svs. Hubbard, J it , Conn .Washington llonae HnbUlLE. N , New York, Wlllsrd e Hotel HfUbeock.P W.Nbrsaks,424H.lst Ulhandl2lh Holbrook E. D , Idaho SO Four-sod shslf at Hooper, W 11 Utah, 447 Nlstb, bet E sad F Hallard, C T ,New York, 21 Indiana avenue. Humphrey, Jamea, New York, 232 F atreet Humphrey, J U , New York, Blatoa Uouae Ingeraoll, E. C, Illinois, Natl, nsl Jenckea, T A , Rhode Uland, 2.13 I at, Johnson, PhUlp, Pa., 406 I street. Jonaa, Morgan New York. Jnllaa, Geo W,, lad .426 let St. Kelea, John R , Mo ,S Flrit et ,Csplto. Hill Koykend.l), A J , Illinois, 371 Pa ar Kerr, Michael G , Indiana, 42 Missouri avs Ksaaon, John A , Iowa, 374 F atreet. Ketebau, J II , New York, 261 Msas avaoue Kelly, Wm D , Pennsylvanls, S12 Twelfth st Lswrenc, Wm , Oblo, 434 Sixth atreet Loan.B t , Mlaaourl, National Lalln, Addlaon II , N Y , Metropolitan not el. Lswrence, Oeorge v ,Ps , Avenue Houae L Blond, F C, Ohio, Metropolltsa Hotel LongiJJobo W., Michigan. Beaton Hoot Lynch, Job, WaJne, 40J Fourlh street. Lstbsm.a R ,Weit Virginls, cor B atreet and Del. war avanne Morrill, Joatla (I , Vermont, 402 Fourth atreeL bforebced, JasK , Pennsylvania, 32HN Y ave Metfee.Bamoel, Kentucky, 4J1 Twelfth street, Ui-CInrg, J V , Ulsaoori.460 Eleventh atreet, MeUuer, Donald C , Oslijrola, 341 1 atreet Mercnr, Ulysase, Pennivlvsnla, 14 3th at Marabsll, Bsmuel 6 , Illinois. 479 Eighth at Usraton.ailmsa N II ,24$ F bet, Uth and lit h Marvin, Jsoss M , N Y , W3 12th alret McCnlloogb, Hlrsw, Md ,cor I snd 14th at Melndoe, Walter D , Wis , Mrs Skldmor a, 234UI Miller, Oeorie F , P., SSlaonth U afreet, Capitol Hill Ifirrla, Daniel, N Y., Ebbltt Hona Monltoa, Bsmoel W , 111 ,388 4tb atreet Myers, Leonard, Pa , 403 Eleventh atreet Nlcholaon John A , Dataware 467 6th at , bet D and E. Newell, William A , N J , Wtllards' Nlblack, Wm E , Indiana, 44 Mo aveone Noell, Thomas E-, Mo , 26 Louisiana avenue O'Neill, Charles, Pa , WlUarda'. Ortb, O S, Indians ZISFalrael Paine Halbert E , Wis ,30 let st .Oeorgetowa Perbam, Kidney, Mains, 373 Fonrtb strest Phalpa Charles ., Maryland, Wlllard's Pike, Frsderlek A , Maine, WO Fourlh atreet Poioeroy, Theodore M ,N Y (Metropolitan Price, Hiram, Iowa, 24 Four and- half atreet Plants, T A , Oblo, eor 8th st sod 1'enn sve Patterson, J W , New Hampahlra, 428 D st Puston, C D . Artiona, WUlarda' Kouneao, Lovell H , Kentneky, 341 F street, Raymond, Henry J , N J , 264 I between lTtb snd 18th elreeU Raudsll, Bam'l J , Peon , 88 Fayette at , Georgetown Radford. Wm New York, Wlllard a Randall, Vffl H , Ky , 27 Four and half st Kle Alexander 11 , 233 I atreet Rice, John H .Maine, .-w. Killer, B C , Ky . 827 B atreet, Capitol Hill Kogera. Andrew J , New Jertey, Wlllard 's Rollins, Edwsrdn ,N U , SO 4 street Koaa, Lewts W , Illkiols, Wahlog Ion House fiteveuk, Tbaddsna, l'enn , 270 South B atreet Spalding. R P.Oblo, 4 North A atreet Sebenck, Robt O , Ohio, 148 O atreet SeoAeld, O W , Penn , Arena Heaie Shanklln, Geo 8 , Keolacky, 4 4W street BtlllweU.T N , Indians, Beaton Ilouee fiawyer, I'bileiua, Wlaconaln, Avanne Hones. Bbellebsrger, Baunel, Ohio, 444 Sixth street Sltgresvea, Cbsrlea N J , 443 Twelfth atreet SLoas, ltbarmarG ,Wle ,49Foorsnd a half at Smith, OrssaClsy, Kentneky, 248 F street. Btarr, John f , New Jeraey, 267 G street. Btronse, Slyer, P . HIaa Wbltney'a. Cap Hill Thsyer, M Roaaell, PMnsylraais. 232 1 atreet. Taylor, Nslaoa, New York, 44 Loolalana ave Trowbridge, R 1 , Michigan, Beaton Uous. Taber, Stephen, New York, Beaton nonse. Thomas, Frsaels, Md , 428 Carroll Place Tbomsa,JohnL.lJr.sfd,4Fonr'Snda bslf st Tborntoa, Anthony. Ill , 479 Eighth street, Trimble, L. B , Kestneky, No i 4U etreet Dpaon.Chsrlss.Mlehlgsn, Aveane llonss Vss Horn, Burt, New York, 446 Twelfth street. Tan Horn, Robert T , Ho , 882 Tenth street Tan Aarnam, Usury, N T, Washington Honae. Wright, K.RV.N J .Whltaey's. Capitol UlU. Wllaei, 8 F, Pennsylvania, Natlsaal WaUir, Kinutf Ohio, 20 ( soath B. dp, Jllll, Waahbsrse, B. B , III , M th at., bet I sad T. Waahburn.W B , Msaa , 4M J at TVaahburs, Hear; D , Iidlaaa. Waraer, BamaelU,Coaaeetlent, IMP street. Wood bridge, F A , Yermoat. 3e F etreet. Ward, Uaniltoa, New Tork, 400 Twelfth atreet. West worth, Jba, IDIaola, WUlarda'. Whaler. K. V . Waal Tlraf ala. aor C atreet and Lolls Iseaareaae Willla3atTee,ireaiiiTiTaala,ATaie nous. Wllaoufj F, Iowa, XffSUat, bet UthssdlMh. Wllaos, Btaphes F , Pa., Ualted BtaUa HeteL Wludoas,Win , Mtaaeaota, 433 Twelfth street. Wlafleld, O. II , New Tork, 404 Nlalh atreet. CAKOIDATSS FOB AltMIMtOR. Barker, Jacob, Loulilaaa, Wllllard's. Coarad.BobsrtT. Vtrglsla, Khbllt lions. Campbell, Wm B ,Teaaeaaee, Metropolltsa. Coper, KdmsBd, Teuaeaeee, Matropoiltsa. Hswklas, I B,, Teaaease, Metropolitan Marnard, Horace, Teaaeaae, 430 ISth atreet. Uaderwood, Jobs C . Va, Wleklire,Robert a Loalalsaa, WllUrd'a. WsjmoihjjrO , Ls (Ter Delegate ) WtHaroVe. 8T1SAMH11 IPH. NE w YORK mo WASniNQTOK ITIlHIBir OOKfuI, (OLD tllCl, ) VTWItl mw Tosr, itiXiSDXiA, WiinmaTOX add OIOEOtTOW.1, d a OCS1M StlAUIRB BiLTIMORI, SXSECC1 CLTDI, 1B IHPISI, M M.JMOTIOa WITB l.li.b ITIIMBU OlOSai U. STOUT, MAT ILOWIB, AHD 1HH ILI21 XtiilUT S.11IK Din T018DATS ! TEID1T8, ttlXnElrntnr.ot6fUITbtnt1Otoraetow t.d n.r 1J, lul Hli.r, (fool cil w.ll imt.jH.v Tetk. T.r fraltkt or p.t .pplrto 0. r. UOCUI1TOI, iC"t. root or Hlf h otroot, OoorittowM. U XLDU1DQK k Co , if onti, I PrloeoStrootWUrf.Altxiidria, tinea Hiin, abi, 117 W.u Stroot, How Tork. Fnlgbt TtettT Mittt.tlr b rorwirjid I. til I trti or tb. oovstrr wllk dUpmtok, at lowoit rato. Th. oautdo itnum of tblo lla ar bow UIbk pal la ordor rorth.iprtoff trado,aad BBttl farther aotlc oar frvlf bt will bo carmd bf tbo Exrro. lla. of lalaad auamorB. wltk rtaularllr aad dtipatrh ,n c r fiouonToy, it. N EW YORK AND WASHINGTON STEAMSHIP COMPANY. OLD LINE, VIA CANAL, BETWEEN bEWTORK, ALEXANDRIA. WASHINGTON, AND GEORGETOWN. Bteamara t bEW YORK, MAYFLOWER BEVERLY, AND GEORGE II BTODT. Rgnlsr Sailing Djya t TIESDAY8AND FRIDAYS, stl2u , from bo. 63 Water treet,fleorgetown, sad Pier 13 1 ast River, foot of Wall atreet, New lork. Fur freight, apply to JOIIND DAVIDSON, Agent, - 69 Water atrret, Georgetown, D C. M ELDRIDUE A(J,Ageata, Prince atreet Wharf, Alex', JAMES HAND, Agent, 117 Wall atreet, New Terk. Freight received constantly and forwsrded to all parte of the country with dlipatrh mhSO.tf JOHN B DAVIDSON, Agent 70U NhV HAVKN, HAUrPOUU, ' BpmvnvritT.n th rofiMRCTicnr rivkk. the IRTKHIfiml KKMtlST RAlLROADfl Tha Brat elm ataaraera of thla line leav for NW Haven from Pier 11, Ean t River, dally, (Sundaye x ep ed ) at 8 10 p ro Paaaengers go North and Esat f on New Haven at 11 p m , or remain oa board over ulght without charge Mercbsndlas forwsrded by dally Xxpreas Freight Train from Isew Haven tbrongh to Msaaachuaetta.Ver luunt, Weatera New Usmpohtre, Northera New York and Csnsds. App y to FRANCIS HYDE, O antral Freight Agent, Pier 11 Esit River, New orV np2 s AFFTY, SI'UUl), AND COM101U'. For BOBTOil. WOKCBSTKB. FaLUaK. FITCH- liuiau naniiuj,, i.y"uu nu.ivuU "" "ih MOUNTAINS AND INTERMEDIATE I'OlflTS Th new and ataunch eteamer of the Norwich line, CITY OF BOSTON and CITY OF NEW OUR leave New Tork daily (Sundays excepted ) st 4 0 clock p m from Pier ho 9 North rtver, foot of Teatry atreet, for NEW LON DON, there connecting with tba Steamboat Express Irsln from tha abov pointa via Norwich snd Worces ter, Bo ton snd Worceater, Woroeater snd Nsahos, sad Hew Londou snd Northern Rallroada Freight taken at th loweit rates For information Inquire of B S. MARTIN, Agent oo ths Pier, sp2 tn w.anni I nurri I iinaicnnn Til V tt II IT V rrilB (JIU3AT INSIDE ItOU'IK X'Ott I BOSTON AVOIDING POINT JUDITH fiTO NINO TON LINE of Bteamere, being the safeat snd quickest between Boatun and New York Ths stsunch sndaplendld Uamtr PLYMOUTH ROCK, Capt B Drayton, On TUESDAYS, THURSDAY) snd HATURPAS COMMODORE t apt V, F. Cortla, On MONDA8, WEDNESDAYS snd FRIDAYS, At 6 u clock, p m , from Pier So IS Worth River Tfaeae boata are unanrpaaaed for comfort, it ran at band safety Btate rooma eeenred st the office, Pier No 16, on board tbe boad, No 76 Waahlngten etroet. Boston, and at lbs Providence depot Return Iralae leave Button at 614 p m tp2 M R SIMON8, Agsnt F OU BOoION, VIA NUWTOUr AND FALLRH EB hytheaplendldandaoperlor atesm viwmdii ui'pi iii it ib nm rninvv ..J rn imnnmi. aiaiu'ivmu vua wvuvus, bhv hMflRB BTATE, uf graat nirength and apeed, botlt ex preealy for th navigation of Long Uland Soand, run ning In connection with th Old Colony and Newport rallnsd Leav Pier 23, N R . foot of Murray atreet, daily, (Sundays excepted ) stop to Tbe aiearaer OLD COLUNY, Capt W Drown, leave lew York on Monday, Wedaeaday, and Friday, at 6 p tJ , landing at Newport The EMFIRK BTATE Capt B Simmons, leavee Toes day, Tburaday,aod Saturday, at 6 p in .landing at New port A biggag matter la attached to each stesmsr, and aocompaniss th baggag to lla destination A eteamer runs In connection with this line dally (Sundays excepted) from Newport and tall River lo i roTJoenca lor freight or paaaageipply on board, oral ths oOoe, Her 28, N R to aecuretate rooms In ad ranee to sp2 K UTTLETIELD. Agent7iBrosdwa)r nMlll WASHINGToNliiriUAli COsVL X COMI'ANT, CISCPLAS J WssHixaTOS, December, 1865 Every on complains of th extortion and tmpoaltlon ?ractlcad upon th peoplo of tbla city In tb matter of jet, but no one propotea a remedy A nnmber of ten tlemeu aaeoclsted with na own a valuable colliery In bcliaylklll county, Penntylvanle, prodnclng now over 60,O()u tooa a year, of the beat quality of wfclte and red sU anthraelte coal Tb machinery snd spplisneca srs cemplcts Upon this property we propose lo orients a company with a car-Hal or J00 oco. divided Into thirty thou and shares of 810 each Ibe holder of each ah are of atock to b entitled to s ton of eoal eaeh year at prim coat, snd tnhle ahars of the proBta on th sal of coal to ouuid psrtiee Tbe alriteoit of cosl st creitnt rstesof trsniportstlon, delivered to tb door of th commuter, woold b , at th ususl rates the price would be from six to aeven dollara A parly owolng ten shsrea would pay for It (100 Thle would entitle blin to ten tons st cost sy SJ lnas than dsslsra retail prices 8.W 80,000 tons sold ouuid st a proOt of 2 per ton weuld be .WOO0 And deducting contingencies, Ae 18,000 Woold leav $13000 or 16 per cent on tb entire capital, and added to ib saving In tb price of cosl, 130, wake 6U, or 48 percent. on bla investment Tb coal Is much aursrior to and worth at Issat $2 per ton more than tbe coal brought to sndaold lo tbla mar ket, snd shipments snd delivery csn b commetccd ss hob m th arrangement! era made No payment of any anbitoriptlona will t required until Ihe aubierlbers, st a public meeting, shall have appointed a committee of gentlemen of their own aelec II n to vlalt aad examine the mine, and report upon tbsm, sad tbeo, If aatUfactury, on belf to be paid down sud tb balance in one two asd three month Tbe trutea snd oOeere lo bo seleetsd by tb atock holders, and tbe till to lBtd tosqeb trustees Gentlemen to whom tbla circular will be aeot are re aueeled to forward th rroct by obtaining inbucrlp oa and eacloalog them to Major I K Caaey, No, 868 0 ttreet We shall be glsd to give any farther information JOaLPH CAREY, I K CASEY. For tbe conectneaa of the foregoing etatementa we bars pnrulaai n tt refr to Geo W Rlgga, Esq . H D Cooke, K.i, H C Fabnestock.Kai ,audZ C Robblns, Kl dec3 tf TTTTiiiTblJrHKMi: uouitr or 'iiu: I DIsntlCT OF COLUMBIA, THE BTH DAY OF MARCH, 18G6 A is Jovsaos, Petitioner, ) IN EQUITY, s No 016 Jakes Hirst Joixaox, Dff t J For Divorce It appearing to tbe Court tbst the mtputua Waned In thlicss basbfenretnroedby the Mar hsl Notfmnd," and by tie affidavit of Mra E Brown, a dUlnterested wltnet that said dofeodant baa been sbaent from I hie DUtrict fur a period of more than alx months laat pa.t, it l therefore, tbla 8th day of March, Utjd on motion of II C Gooding, Ei , aollcltor lor the romolalnaat, Or dered, that notice of tb pendancy and object of Ihls anil be gtvsn to defendsut by publication, onea a week for two ancceaalve weeka,lnthe Evxsixt. Hi PUD lie A if, warning tbe defeednnt 'u sppaar in tbla Court on or be fore Mouday, tba 2JJ day of April next, nod aower tbe sllegttlonof esid LUIt oiberwUe tbe same will be taksn for sonfeaned agsioat him Tbs flrt pabllcalloD of said nolle to b mad at lt fo'ty dsys before the said return dsy By order of tbs Court A trns copy Att.Hi R J MEIGS, Clerk mblS IswSw mnlsis AoTimfNOTiourTiA'A'TiiK J, anbacriber has obtained from ths Orpb ana' Court oi Washington county, in the District of Columbia. letters of administration, dsfronO nan. on th personal estate of Owen Murrey, late of Washington, D C, de ceased All persons having claims sgslnat ths said ds eeaaed, ar hereby warned to exhibit tb earn, with tbe vouchers thsreof, to the anbacriber. on or before tb 24lb day of March next) they may oiherwta bylaw be excluded from all beseSt of ths aald ettat Olvsa nsder my hsni this 24th dsy of Mareb, 1866. H MURRAY, nhSfl-wfw AdlAlsUtor,d,b,a. HAIIiltOAl8. TtrAflHINOTON, AI-VJXANDUU, and Y OIOEOaTOWN RAILROAD. Oa aad aft MONDAY. March 12. 1806. aad until further notice, Paecgr Trains will run between waaaiagioa and aisxaauria as rouowat LBAVS WASIIXATOS Lmsj,,,.,,, e.so,tu. Mall 868 M Loeal 900 " L1AVH ALlXAXDBtA. Local 600 a.m, Expreae ,,.,,., 6S6 ' Loeal BOO " " 1000 " " 100 p m. " 800 " 460 Mall 6 00 u " 1100 " SOOp m " 430 ' 613 " Ex pre 6 80 SUNDAY PAeSKHGER TRAINS. iBATt wiaaixovov. I itsva Atizixnan. Local.,,,,,,, 8 SO a. m. I Express 6 83a nt isnp m,l Local 9 46 ' ' 620 " 4 00p.m. Expreaa H30 ' I " 4 60 " O A 8TEVENS,asa'18ap't. mlO-y W.J pnELPS,0sBralMsasger. "DALTIMOUE ANOIHOKAILKOAD. WisurveTOV, March 26. 1(66. Tratss between WASHINGTON aad BALTlMORE,and WASHINGTON AND THE WKST, ere aowruaaafol lews, Till FOR BALTIHORE. Leave daily, except Bosdsy, at 6 20, 7 SO, aad II 16 a. m, and 2.46, 4. SO, and 7 90 p ra FOR ALL WAY STATIONS. Ieav daily, except Sunday, at 20 a. u. aad 1 49 p m FOB WAT STATIONS BOUTIt OF INJUFOAIS JUNC TION. Lavat6 aad e 20 . r, aad at 146 aad t,Sdp m. dslty, extept Suadsy. FOR ANNAPOLIS Leav at 6 20 and 7 80 a m , aad 4, SO p m. No train to or from AaaapoUaea Snaday, ON 8UNDAT, FOR BALTIMORE. Leav at 7 SO a.m aad 3.48 and 7 30 p nu FOR WAT STATIONS. Lsvat7 30a. ra and 2. 46 p m, FOR ALL PARTS OF THE WEST. LeTedally, except Sunday, at 7 80 a m, and 7 30 p m. Oa Sunday, at 7 SO p m only, ion anting at Relay Btatloa with iralae from Baltimore to Wheeling, Par ksrshurg, A Through tickets to th Wast can be bad at th Wash Ingtoa Btatloa TIckst 019s at all honrs lath day, as well as st th new ode la th American Telegraph Building. Pennsylvania ave&ue. between Fonr and half and Sixth atreeta For New York, Philadelphia, aad Boston, se advir tlamntof "Throngh Lin " W. P. SMITH, Uastsr of Transportation. L. M. COLE, Osnsral Tleket Agent UEO. B. KOONTZ. Agent. jaS If Washington 0 UANGEAND ALKXANDUIA UAIL. ROAD THRO COO by RAIL FROM WASHING TON AND ALEXANDRIA TO RICUHOND AND LYNCH BURO Oa aad sfier FRIDAY, aVplcmber 1, 1866, th tralas oa this road wlU run as follows t TRAltiS SOUTH Lost Waahlagtoa at 7 a. m. apd 6 80 p m. Leav AUxandriaat 7 3Js. m. and 9 p m. Leave OordomvlUe at 12.30 p m od 140 a.m. Arrtv In Rlehmoad l 6 p m aad 6 a. u. Arrlv at Lyaehbnrg st 6. 20 p. m sad 6. a. m. TRAINS NORTH Lesvs Lynchburg at 6 46 a. m aad T.18 p. m LesveRlebmondst ra, m aad 7. 18 p in Leave Gordonivllle at 12.30 p m aad 1120am. Arrlv at Alexandria at 4 63 p m aad 4 60 a.m Airl v at Washington st 6 80 p m. and 6 23 a.m. OnSundsyilsvWsahtngtonst8 30p m only. Loeal freight trsla leavee Alexsndtia at 4 a. n , ar riving In GordoBBTllle at 11 43 a m Leaves Qordonsrlll at 12.33 p m , arriving In Alex Through freight train lesvs Alexandria at 8 a.m., arnring in ayncoDurg ai 7 iop u Leavee Lynch barg at S 24 a. m , arriving In Alex andriaatS 10 p m. laaaaneara from Warrenlon will tsk th 7 a. m train aonth from Washington, and tb 6 46 a. m train north from Lynchburg Paaaengers by lb 6 48 a ro, and 7 18 p m. trains from Lynchburg, and th 7 a. m and 7 16 p tn train a from Rlshmond connect with trains at Waahlagtoa for all part of the North and Weet. This root baa th advantage ovr all there by bavin a continuous rail from Nsw York to Lyoehburg, 406 miles It alao paases through Fairfax, Ball Run, Manassas, Brlatew, Cstlett'a, Rsppabsnaock, Culpeper, Orange, and GordonarlU, where many of th great battle of the lata rebellion were foogfat Tickets can be procured la Adama Xxpreaa Building, oppoalt th B and O R. R. Depot, In Washington, alao, at th Depot, on Maryland avenue Train leav th corner o( Finland C streets Wash ington W. H McCAFirRTY, Gentrsl Kuparlnleodent J M BKOADIU, ooD tf General Paaaenger Agent riMlROUGII MNK IJETWEEN WAhH- X 1NGTON, PHILADELPHIA, AND NEW YORK. Waibisotos, March 26, 1S66 Trains between Washington aad New lork ar bow ron ae follow, vlst FOR NEW YORK, wlthont change of cars, Leav dally (except 8andy) at 7 30 a. m , and 6 20 FOR NEW TORK, changing care st Pblladelpbls, Leav dally (except bunday) st 1113 a, in , and 4.30 P " TOR PHILADELPHIA, Lesvs dally (except Suadsy) at 7 SO snd 11 IS a m , sad 4 30 aad 6 20p m ON BUNDAY Leave for New York sad Philadelphia at 9 20 p m only. Sleeping car for New York on 8 21 p ra, train dally Through tlcksts to Philadelphia, Maw York or Boaton, an be bad at tbe Station office at all hours In tb day, wallas at tb new office In tb American Telegraph building, Pennsylvania avenue, between Four-and-a-half and Sixth strsete be Baltlmor nd Ohio railroad sdvertlsemsnt for schedule between Washington Baltlmor, Annspol ill. n r sail in, Master of Transportation L M COLE, General Ticket Agent. GEO. B kOONTE, Agent, Washington G' HKAT VHNNHYIVAJJIA KOUTK NORTH AND W E8T, FOUR DAILY TRAINS SPRING AND SUMMER SCHEDULE: Of AND AFTER MAKCU 12, 1866, trains wUl leav aa follows Lav Wssh'n. Leave Bslto ExprsasMsll 6 a to. 900a m FaatLIn ,.7 SJa ra. 19 10 p is Uttsburghand ErlsBx 4 30p m. 7iOpui llttsb'gbasdElmlraBx 7 40 p.m. B 46 p m TWO TRAINS ON SUNDAY, (Connecting st Bsltltnore ) I Leave Washington at 146 sud 7 43 p. m SLEIPINO CARS ON ALL NIGHT TRAINS. I LOW FARE AND QUICK TIME. Cars run through from Baltimore tw Pittsburgh, Erie I or Elmlrs, without change terror Tickets snd any Information apply at ths . Office of tbe Greet Penneylvania Routs, corner Penney! aaala avenue and Sixth atreet, nnder National Hotel, sod Fosrteeoth atreet, corner of lenuaylvsnls svenne, oppoelle Wlllsrds' Hotel, Washington , J N DUBARRY, Sapsrlntendent N C K. R I K.J WILKINB, Pssasngsrsnd Ticket Agent JNO GlLLETT, Passsxger Agent mbl4 tf VTEW YORK AND NEW HAVEN 1.1 RAILROAD 1MB rassenger Ststloo In Aew York, corner Twenty Fsrenth atreel and Fourth avenue Entrance on Twenty aevanth atreet TRAINS LElE NEW YORK) For New Haven, 7 OO 8 00 (Kx ), 11 JO a. m i 1113 , (Ex ), 3 00 (Ex ), 3 43. 4 30 and 8 00 (Ex ), p m For 1 Bridgeport, 7 00, 8 00 (Ex ), 11 30 a m , 12 16 (L.X ), ?V0(bv), 8.49 4 S0,800(Lx)p m or MUtord and Stistfuld. TOO, 11 30 a m 3 43 4 SO p m For Fair- Beld.Sootbportand Weatport,7 0) 11 3)s m I 3 46,4 30 p m For Notwalk 7 00, 8 oo (Ex ), 9 to li SO a m i Ull (Ex) 3 00(Kx) 3 44S0,6 30,t00(Ex)p In For ! DarUn, 7 OU, 9 30, 11 30 a m , 3 43, 4 30, ft 30 p ia . For Greenwich, 7 00,9 SO, 11 SO a ro I 3 43, 4 30, 6 SO 6 30 p m For Stamford, 7 00 8 00 (Ex ) 8 30. II W a m I 12.13 (Ex ), S 00 (Ex ), 8 49, 4 fO, 6 80, 6 SO, 8 OU tax ; p m ror I'oricneaicr ana lniermeuinte aiaiiona, 7 00, 9 30, 11 30 s m t 3 4) 4 SO 6 80, 0 30, 7 00 p m CONNECTINO TRAINS For Boaton vis bprlngfleld, 8 00 a io (Ex 1 , 3 00 (Et ) 8 Oil p in For Bo-tun via ihore Line, 1116 (Ex ), 8 00 p in For Hartford snd BprlngSsld, 8 00 (Ex ) a, m 1118, 8 00 (Ex), 8 00 p m For Connecticut River Railroad, B 00 s m (hx )12 18p m to Montreal, 3 00 p m to Northampton For Harifard, Providenc and Fiahklll Railroad, 8 00 (Ex ), a m 1 1118 p m For New Haven, New London and Btonlngton Railroad at 8 00a m 1116, 3 00, SOOp ro For Canal Railroad, 12 16 p m lo Northampton For Houaatonlc Railroad, 8 00 a m For Naogatuck Railroad, 8 00 a rntSOOp m For DaoburyandNorwa k Railroad, 7 009 30 a m , 1 JW p ro Cummodlous sleeping rare altaehed to8 p tn I rain ap2 JaMta 11 HOYf, Baperlntendsnt E HIE UAIUVAY. 1 RAINS LEAVE ueuotfoutof Cbaiubtrs street, via lavonla ferrri I vu a , uwj ciairtB, lor vauaauainua iioiruaaier Buffalo, Balamsnca and West Conn ecu at Bnlfalo with LsksSborosnd Grand Trunk Railways, and at bsU utanes with Atlantis and Great Western Railway 8 DO a at , Milk snd Wsy Train, Dslly to utl. villa 10 00 A , Expreaa Mali for BntTalQ, Balstnsnea and gasklrk, connecting with Lake Shore and Atlantic and ret Wttrn Railways 4 oof u , Way Train for Port Jervle snd Nswbargb floor ai . NlgntEgprei,fur Canandalcos,Roebler ButTalo, Salamanca nod Wsst 6 00 p m , Lightning Exprsss, Dslly, for Canandalgaa, Roehsater, Buffalo, Salamanca, Dunkirk, snd Weet Connects at Buffalo With Lak bhor and Grand Trunk Rallwayi snd at Sslsmsnca with Atlantic and Great Weatern Railway 8 OOP m , Emigrant Train, Dally, for Buffalo, Bala to ansa. Dunkirk, and Wait HUGH RIDDLE, Gea'lBop't, New York Wm R BABi.Oea'IPaae Ag'LNewYork a2 tf W RArPING PAPER FOR SALE AT THIl OFFICE, HAILItOADS. Dl'lLADKLPniA, WJJUIINGTON, X. AHD BALTIMORE JUaROAD. TIME TABLE. Commenclig MONDAY, April 16th. 1866 Train for Baltlmor and WaahlagUa leave Phila delphia saollewst , ... 4 16 a m , Express, (Mondays assepted ,) 11 46 a. m , Expreaa t SOOp , EipreMt and 11 OOp nu, Express. Way Mall Train for Bsltlmore at 118 a. m TRAINS FROM BALTIMORE TO PHILADELPHIA. Leave Baltimore, 7 2.1 a u , Way Mall J 9 20 a, ra., Xx preas ( 1 10 p m, , Expreas 6 Si p. m , Expra 126 p. n , Exprsi IUNDAT TRAINS. Leav Philadelphia for Baltlmor and Waahlagtoa at 4 16 a. m , aad 11 00 p. feu Leav Baltlmor for Philadelphia at 123 p m Lesvs Baltimore for New orfcst 8 23 p tn mblO H 1, KhHNEY,SprlBtadat. -OCa PENNSYLVANIA-! QGCZ J OO W CENTRAL RAILROAD. J OUU TWELVE PAILY TRAINS. On and after MONDAT, October 16,1868, tralae will leav lb Ualoa Paetenger Depot, eoraer of Washington and Liberty etreeu, Plttaborgh, Pa., as follow t DAY RXPREBB,dalIy except Saaday. ai 160a.m., slot ping at Johnstown, Conamaugh, OaUltsea, Altoona, and all principal atatlona, and making direct connec tion! at llsrrlaburg for New York. Baltimore, snd Wash logtftn, and at Philadelphia for New York, BoeUa, aad IstertuedVat point a. ALTOONA ACCOMMODATION, dally except Snaday, at 6 60 a m., stopping at nil regular stations between Pittsburgh sad A too os, and making eloee connection with trains on the ladlaaa Breach, Wst Pcnnaylvssla 1 allroad, Ebtaaburgaad Creeeoa Railroad, and Uotll dnyabnrg Branch. PITTSBURGH AND ERIE UAIL, dally xcpt Sondsy, at 7 60 a. m , a topping only at Conemeogh, QsHltsen, A I toons, aad all principal stations, making direct con nection at Harrlsbnrg for New York, Baltimore, and Waahlngton MAIL ACCOMMODATION, dally (except Bunday) at 1140 b. ro , atopplsg at all regular station between Plttsbarg and liarrlahorg, making osectlon with train e a th Ebnsburg and Creasoa railroad and Uol Hdayahnrr railroad PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS, dslly st 4 26 p m., stop Plag at Latrobe, BtslravlUs lalereeetloa, Johnstown, oaemsagb,Gsllltser,Altoons,nuntlBgdoBl Lewlttowa, Mifflin, Newport, Maryavlll. Harriiburg,Lcatr, and DowaUgtowa, At Uarrlahurg direct connections ar made for New York, Baltlmor, and Washington, aad at Philadelphia for Nsw York, Boston, sad I termed late points Bleeping car run through on tbla train from Pittsburg to Philadelphia aad Baltlmor, and to Hew York by th A tie tow a ront. JOUNbTOWN ACCOMMODATIOV,dally(xcpt Sna day) at 4 83 p u ,atopplng at regular stailona between Pittsburg and Coaemsngh, and soonctlr at Blalrsvlll Intersection with tralas oa th Indiana Branch aad Weet I anucylvaal rallroada. FAST LINE, dally, except Sunday, at I 80 p m , atopplsr only at Cenamangb, Qallltien, Altooia, Hunt ingdon, Lewis town, Mifflis, Newport, MsrysvllU, Har liabnrg, Mlddletown, Lsnsaater, and Dowolsgtown, making connection nt llarriebnrg for New York, Balti more and Waahlngton, and at Philadelphia for New York, Boston and intermediate point Sleeping aara rna through In this tralate eblladslphta aad to New York on the Allentown route First Aeeommodatlou Train for Wall1! Station leaves daily (except Suadsy) at 9 30 a. as. Bscond Aceommodalloa Train for Wall's Station leavee dslly (except Sunday) at 9 40 a m Third Accommodation Train for Wall's Elation lssr dally (except Bunday) at 113 p m FoorthAccoiflmodationTrala for Wall'sStatton leaves dally (except Saaday) st 6 06 p m Accommodation for Pcna El alios, stopping st all sta tions bat wees Pittsburgh snd Penn, st 10 SO p m The Church Train leaves Wall's Ktatlou every Bundsy at B 00 a. m , aad arriving la Pittsburgh at lo 06 a, m Returning leavee Pltuburgh at 1160 p m., aad arrives at Wall's Station at 100 p ro, Ret 0 ruing Trains arrlv In Pittsburgh as follows 1 Msll , 120e,m Fast Lias 200 a. m First Wall's Btatloa Accommodation ,, 626a.m Penn Accommodation 7 60 a.m. Second Wall's Station Acsommodatton 8 60 a.m. Johnstown Accommodation 10 06a.ro Pittsburgh A Erie MslL 1260p to Baltimore Express ,,.,, ISOp ro Third Wall's Mutton Accommodation,,,,,,, 106 p m Philadelphia fcxpreaa ISOp m FourthwsU'btsilonAeeommodstlos SOOp m Altoona Accommodation and Emigrant,, ,..r. 10 SO p in. Aa Agont of tha Excelsior Omnlbua Company will psaa through each trsls before reaching th depot, tsk no ebecke snd deliver baxa-ar to say vsrt of ths ctlr Office No 410 Penu street, open dsy and night, wber all orders for th movement of passengers and baggage will receive prompt attention Baltimore express will arrlv with Philadelphia ex preaa at ISO p m on Mondays , NOTICE la ess of loss, th Company Will hold thcmsslvee responsible for personal baggage only, aad for an amount noUxeeedlnriloo, W.H BECEW1TH, Agent, Attn Pennsylvania Central Railroad Passssger Nu Hon, oa Ubarty and Waahlngton streets 186A AKUANGUMLNTS ,1864 or T 0 p K TnE CAMDEY AND AMBOY AND PniTADEIPHIA ANDTULVTON UAILRilAD OIMPAMES' LINhS FROM PHILADEIPIIIA TO M-.W 0RK AND WAI PLACES FROM WALNUT STRLET WHARF AND KENSINGTON DEPOT WILL LXATX.AS POLLOWR, Till Fare ' At 6 a, ro , vlsCamdsu and Amboy4j,aod A Ae commodatloa $126 A16a m , vis Camden and Jersey City flw Jar sey Aeeommodstloa , 126 At 8 a, m , via Camden and Jersey City Mjib- Ing Exprcs , 3.00 At 6 a m , via Camden and Jersey City id date Tleket 12A At 11 a. m , via Kensington and Jersey City Express 8 00 At 12 m , via Caradsn and Amboy-J. and A, Ac commodation , , 126 At J p m , via Csmdon and Amboy v and A, xoress 8 00 at ip m , via Kensington sua jersey uity WmI ingUn and N V. Express 100 At &i p m , via Kensington and Jersey City Evening Mail 100 At 11W p ro , via Kensington and Jersey City --Soulberu Mall 8 00 At lU(Nlgbt,) via Kensington and Jersey city Southern Express , 3 00 At 6p m , vlaCaudna and Amboy Accommo dation (frsigbtand passenger ) let elssa ticket 123 2d clasB ticket 1 60 Th 8 16 p m Evening Mail and the 1 80 (Night) Southern Express will run daIly, (all others, bundaya excepted ) PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK LIIES Leave Walnut etreet wharf at 6 and 8 a. m ,12 m , and 2pm Leave Kensington Depot st 11 16a m., 186,4 30 snd 6 46 p m , snd 11 60 n. m (night ) The 6 48 p ra line runs dally (all others, Sun day excepted. ) NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA LINES, Leav foot of Bsrclsy strsst at 6 a. m and 2pm From fool of Cortland street at 7, B, aadl0a.ro , 12 m , 4 and 6pm, and 12 night Tb 0 pm. 11 n run daily j (all other, Sundays excepted ) W. H GAT2MER, Agent, Philadelphia and New York Lines FUILADXLrHIA. DeO 23, 1663. d31 N OTIOls TO SOUTHERN TRAV ELERS THE OLD AND DIRECT LINE ENTIRELY COM PLETED STAOINO ENTIRELY DISCONTINUED. 10 MILES SHORTER AND S HOURS QUICKER THAN BY ANY OTHER ROUTE. TWICE DAILY. Oa and after MONDAY. Be(tmber W, th old snd fa to rite lln from WASHINGTON, via FREDOHCKt. BURG, to RICHMOND, will be run rWItE DAILY, (Sunday nights excepted,) aa follows 1 Thu fast aod commodious eteamer KEYPORT, Captain Frank II oiling ahead, and C VANDERBILT, Captain A L. Coluisry, will leav th wharf, foot of Sixth atreet, Waahlngton, twice dally, (Sua lay mornings xccp sd ) al 8 40 a m , and 7pm, rrslvlng al Aqnla Creek by 10 m, and 10 20 p u and thane by the Richmond, Fredericksburg, and lotomao Railroad, now entirely completed, to Richmond, arriving there at 2 00 p m , and 4 Oi a ro , affording aropl Hue for dining In allot.. mond and making connections with th Richmond and Petersburg Lallrosd for Pstsrsburg and points south of Petersburg The steamer leaving Washington at 7 00 p m , arrives la Rlehmoad at 4 00 a m , nfftrdtng ample time for breakfast, and connection with the Richmond and Dan ville trains for Danville, Vs., Greensboro', Salisbury, Charlotte, Raleigh, Goldsborongh, and Wilmington, 0 , snd fhcsier, b. C On BUNDATb leav WASHINGTON at 7 p m. only, and arrlv lu Richmond at 4 00 a m Baggag cbttcked through to Richmond from New York, Philadelphia, Baltlmor and Wash agios, and ac companied by through baggag masters Through tickets from N York to Richmond (17 00 " " " Phllad'a " 13 60 " ' Baltimore " 10 00 " " ' Wanhlngton " 8 OJ " " " Baltimore to Fred'g 6 00 " " Washington " 4 15 SIOOXD OI ASS TH SOUGH TIOKITS from Washington to Richmond , 900 ' " Frsdsricksbnrg 800 Can be procured In Nsw York at No 229 Broad sy, and at Conrltand street ferry In I hllalelpMt, at ths depot of tbe Philadelphia, Wll nlngtou snd Baltimore Railroad Company, Broad md Prlm streets lu Balti more, at th Camden nation of the Baltimore and Oblo Rellruad Company, In Waahlngton, at tb Company 'a olfloe, at tli no ru r of Penuiylraul svenne sud Sixth stteet, and on board the J'otouae steamboats PaisHiogsrs leaving New York st 7 snd B a. ra ; 6 sad 7 p 111, Philadelphia nt 1 16 p ro,(DA,)snd 11 16 p m (MOHT)snd Bsltlmor st IW, I W, aud 6 pu, 131 snd 4 30 a m , arrlv In Washington at 6 20, 6 60, snd 7 41 p m , and 6 and 6am, In ampl tlm to mak connection for Richmond and tb South omnibuses and Baggag Wsgona will be la readiness to convey passengers and baggag between depot lu Richmond ' Passengers by this Lis pas by daylight Mount Ver non, and rosy bare an opportunity of visiting several battle fields near Frdarlcksburg, by stopping at that point ' Baggage will be checked from Nw York, Phil tdsl- Ehla, and Baltlmor to Wsshington,whsrll will I met y ths baggage master of this lln Breakfast and suppsr oa board of ataamsrs. C11.0. MAI I1MGLY, Supsrlutsudent, Washington, D 0. If AT II EW CLARET. Assnt. OfT Wubiastoa, i,0. MTJllIOAL. J" ALTIMORB LOOK UOHPltAI. 1ABLIS1IED AS A REFUOI FROM QUACKERY. THE ONLY rLACB WBER1 A. CURE CAN Bl OB TAIN ED. ... Dr XonSBTdN has dlacovsred ihe most csrtala, spaed y, and only effect al reejedy l tb world for Weakneaeof tbe Backer Llmhs.Btrlctorea, Afiectloaf tb Kidney a and Blftdder, lavolnatary Dlaehargec, lm OOtenev. Oanaral Dabllltv. Ntrvonaaeaa. DTtumia iLangnor, Low Spirits, Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation of th Heart, Timidity, Tremblings, Dim sees or Bight or Olddlaeea, Disease of tb Head, Threat, Nose, or bibb. enactions 01 100 bangs, siomecn, or uowcis noe terrible dleordere arisins from the Solitary Habits of Tenth thoee atoaiT aad solitary practice nor fatal to their vlctlme than tb eong o' Byrens to th Martar of Ulyasee, hi gbtlng their moat brilliant hop or Battel patloaa, rendering marrls A , Impoaelbl ! Especially, who have become th victims of Solitary E VI.. Ikn 4...J'.! . . J a ai .-.. lbl ' ,v, aaavitai u irai;tiTtj nnoit, wnieu aann ally sweeps to u nntlcaely grave thousands of young men of tba most exalted talents aad hrtlllast Intellect, who might other wis hav entranced listening Senate with th thunder of loqoeace.or waked to testacy th living lyr, may call with fall confidence, a MARRIAGE. V Married Persona, or Young Men contemplating rnar ring being swsre of physical weakness, orgsnt debit Ityvdefftrmltlee, Ae , speedily eared. He who places himself nnder th car of Dr J may religiously confide on his honor aa a gentleman, aad oindeatly rely apon hie skill a a physician. ORGANIC WEAKNESS Immediately Cored aad Full Vigor Restored This Dreadful Disease which render Ltf mlsersbl aad Ma adage Impossible Is th penalty psid by th victims of Improper lodulgceclee Young persons ar too apt to commit excesses from not being aware of the dreadfal consequences that may nsu Now, whothst nnderstands the subject will pretend to deny that th rower of procreation Is lost eooaer by thoao falllaglato mproperbablta than by th prndeat Beelde being deprived tb plrasuree of healthy offspring, th most rira aad deatructlv symptoms to both body and mladaria. Th system beoomee deranged, the Physl cal and U ntal Fanctloos wesksned. Loss of Proc res tive Power, Nerrou Irrllshllity, Dyspepsia, Palpita tion of tb Heart, Indigestion, Conatltutlonal Debility, a wasting of th Frame Coughs Consumption Ac OFFICE NO 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET, Left band side, going from Baltlmor street a few door from th eorner Fill not to obeerv nam and number Letter most b paid and contain a etamp The Dot tor's Diplomas hang la his t-fle DR JOHNSTON, Member of th Royal Col) eg of Surgeons, London, graduate from one of th moat eminent College In th United Stale, and th greater part of whoa lift ha been spent tn the hospital of London, Paris, Philadel phia, and Uwbre, ha effected come 67 th moat as tonishing enree that were ever knows t many troubled with ringing tn tb bead and care wbaa asleep, great nervousness, balng alarmed at sadden eosadstbash falneee, with freqnent btnsblng, attended sometime with a derangement of th mind, were cured Imme diately. TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. Dr J addresses all thos who bar Injnred them selves by Improper ladulgene aad eolltary hablta, which ruin both tody aad mtnd, uafittlng tbsm for either bualnesa, study, society or marriage Thee are sod of th sad and melancholy effect pro duced by early bsblta of yonth vis, Waknee of th Hack and Llmbe, Pains In tbe Head, Dlmaesa of Sight, Lose of Mascotar Power, Palpitation of the Heart, Dye pepala. Nervous Irritability, Derangement of th DIr tlv Function, General Debility, Symptome of Con nmptlon , Mxxtai LT Th fearful effset on the mind are mnoh lo be dreaded Los of Memory, Con f Oslo b of Ideaa, De pression of Spirit. Evil Forebodings. Aversion to So ciety, Sslf distrust, Lov of Solitude, Timidity, At, ar soma orthvll produced Thousands or persons of all ago can now Judge what 1 Ihe caua of their declleing health, loelng their vlxer, becoming wesk, pale, nervous, and emaciated, having a alngolar appearance about theeyss, sough, and symp toms of consumption YOUNG MEN Who hays Injured themeelvea by a certain prsctles la dulged lu when alone a habit frequently learned from evil companions, or at school, the effvcla of wblsh are nightly felt, even when asleep, and If not cured render msrrlsg Impossible, and destroy both mind and body, should apply Immediately What a pity that a young man, lb hop of hi eon a try. tb pride of his parents, should b eaatebed from t,lr prospects and enjoymente of life, by th cons- Jnnno or deviating from the path of nature and In ulglcgta a certain secret habit Such persons nosy, bsfor contemplating MARRIAGE, reflect that a sound mmd aad body are tb most neces sary requlsltea to promoteconnnbial happiness Indeed, without these, the Journey through life beoomee aweary pilgrimage) tb prospect hourly darkeaa to the vlewi ma am nu vttuuivi uigiiwiu wiio ac'pair, ana a ilea. with lb melsntholy reflection that the hspplnes of ax other hecomee blighted with oar own DISEASE OF IMPRUDENCE. When the misguided and Imprudent votary of pleas ure finds h has Imbibed tho teede of thla painful dis ease, It too often happens that an 111 timed sense o( shams, or dread of discovery, deters him from applying lo those who, from education and respectability, can alone befriend him He falls Into tbe Lands of Ignorant aad designing pretenders, who, Incapabl of coring, filch hi pecuniary aobstanc, keep blm triBlngmonia after mottih. or as long aa th smallest fee can b ob tained, aod In despair leav him with mined health to elgh over hta galling disappointment or, by tb up of that deadly poison, Mercury, bastsn Ihe constitutional symptoms of thla ternbl disease, aoch a Affection of the Head, Throat, Nose, Bkln, etc .progressing with frightful rapidity till death puts a periodjto his dreadful suffering by sending blratnthat undiscovered couoiry from whose bourne no traveler returns ENDORSEMENT OF THE PRESS The many tbouian Is cured at this Institution within the last eltbteeu ye are, and tbe numerous Surgical Op erations performed by Dr Johnston, witnessed by th reporters of the ' Snn, ' and many other papers, notices of which appeared again and agsln before tb public, betides bta standing as a gentlemen of character and re sponsibility, Is a so (Helen t guarantee to th afflicted SKIN DISRA8E9 SPEEDILY CURED Persons writing should be particular lu directing Hair letters to his inatliniloo, In the following manner t JOHN M JOUNSTOf, M D , Baltimore Lock Hospital, JetS 1y Baltimore, Uarylaod. T MIK"OII)i:ON PlllNTING 01TICE." ZSTAUUSIIED 1.1 U09 JOSEPH I. PEARSON, IDCCSSBOB TO QIDBON t PEARSON, STElU.rO WEB BOOK AND JOD PRINTER, No 11 Ninth Btra.l. Bear reaoijlvasla altaaa, WJ6HIM0T0S CUT, naTlflf ffraatly laenaMd tha faollttu, of tna aboT OLD ESTiDLISnED PUINTI1.0 I10CSI b7 ao almoit INTIKI RfiSEWiL 0, UATEBUI, Aad tba addition of aiTlral of th molt Improvad POWER.PTl ESSES, Ia praparad to aiBCata aTarjr TarUtr of LITTEK-FBESS I'lUSTl-IO, raoH a riNE TI8ITIN0 CiltD to a UROE FOSTEB, IB PLAIN OR COLORED INK. PROMPTNtSS AND DISPATCH MAT BE RELIED ON. oets tf P' ENSION orriuK, MAUOH2.1866 nit whom it mau concern; Application having been mads under th aft of June 2.1 ItMO, ror th reissue of th following described Land Warrants, which ar alleged to have been lost or. tba, alloyed, notice la hereby given that st th date follow lag tb description oT each Warrant a new tieitlffcat 'or warrant of like tenor will I Issued, If no valid obI tlon aball then appear j Ro 61 t3,for Ion aorea, Uaaed under these! of March I860, in tbe name of Thomas Wallace, and waa granted January 16, 1867 May M, 16U(i uh6 lawlSw No 68 416 for ISO acres, Issued under th set of March 1S66, lu th name of Lucy Whltcomb, w dowof Jeaae W hi i comb, and waa granted April , 1666. Jan 3. 1B6U ml4 Ao 13,037. fur 60 seres. Issued under tbs set of Msrch 8. I066, la the nam of Jau.se L'hllbe, snd was granted Boverober 10, 1831 June 16, 1600 mL27-Iawl3w su Elt ux'iikmij counroFTJiia DisruiOT Ot-COLUHUA LI5 BtTTLBR v i 6M EQUITY, Docket 7. Q ROUCIS UUTtRR ) f b subj tens Issued to compel the appearance of th defendsul having been relumed "nn (," and the cnui laluant bavloir 1111 an sltldavlt that tbe defendant baa been absent from aiitd DMrlct for more than alx m lulbs last past, su that process cannot be served upon blm, It is, this SOtlt dsy or March, 18(16 on motion of tho eon plainest ordered at Chambers that tbe defendant cause bis spnearanee to be entered to this cause on or beftre tba Aral TUESDAY or June uextf oiherwta th bill will be takeu for eoofesssd i Provided a copy of this nutlc be published in th Watiomai Ki publicum ooce a week for six weeks before said first Toeadsy A li ULI.V, Juatlcs. Ao. A Ira copy i , . Tssti R J UEIOS, Clerk. W Y FsjtDiiL, for complainant. mbW lawBw THiglBTOaiVK NOTIOETHATTIIK aabscrihr hs obtained frfiri th Orphans Court or Wsshingtou county, In th Dlstrlef of Cdlnmblt. letters of sd ministration on ths persons) stt of Robert W Hamilton, 1st of Wsshingtou county, deceased. All parsons having claims against the said deeeassd ar hereby warned lo exhibit the same, with lb vouchers .hereof, to tb subscriber, on or befur th 30th day of March nxt,thy may othtrwls by Isw be excluded from all beas&t of th said estate Given under my hand this aothdayof Msrch, A D ,M. . . W,i CARTEE, lahfl.wJw Admiaiiunor, X41 fa ei'&lf e!lr JU-ijL a j