Washington National Intelligencer (Newspaper) - November 10, 1885, Washington, District Of Columbia NOVEMBER 1835, 7097. ME roa six rw for a who do either at tha time ot the or give no. of their wish to have the paper discontinued atthe of their will be presumed aa desiring 113 until and it tinned at the option of the POINT AND Steamboat Capt. George will hereafter leave Washington for the above on and at li A. landed at the usual landing places on the The speed of the enables her to reach most of the landings by daylight going will take passengers from and pot on the and 8tf Steamer Capt. James for the remainder of the leave for Baltimore every at 6 and will leave Baltimore every at 4 P.M. Passage 17 Canal Line between Washington and the Oct. 16, 1835. Canal Packet Company announce to the public that they have extended their line to by a line of they connect with the Turnpike at and with the Southern via their for a daily line are the trips of their boats will be as subject to any in the hours between Harper's Ferry and Shepherdstown that may be necessary to continue a connexion with the Stages on the Western Turnpike and Southern route From Georgetown to starting at 6 o'clock Shepherdstown to Harper's starting at 2 o'clock P. M. Harper's Ferry starling at A.M. Harper's Ferry to Shepherds at 7i Every and and 17eo3w L SteuB Packet SOUTH Captain will leave Norfolk for on the 24th and will continue to leave Norfolk and Charleston on alternate until further as leaves 1st Oct. 15th 29th 12th Nov. 26th it 24lh Oct. 22d 5th Nov. 19 th 10eo2m 1>o. Hundred the night of the 28th the Leather Tubes leading from the Water Tank on the Tender to the used for supplying the boiler with water during its progress on the were cut ofT and carried away by some malicious The above with all necessary expences of pursuit and will be paid upon the conviction of the perpetrator of this nefarious 30dtf Agent Ohio the Creditors cf Samuel administrators of Samuel give under the direction of the they shall on the 18lh of to make a dividend of the assets in their Creditors are notified to attend at the office of the Register of on the day before at 11 to receive their respective T. H. and Valentine's and Vellum Letter M ALL lot of the above of superior quality is this morning opened and for sale by F. who has constantly on hand supplies of writing directly from several of the most esteemed manufactories in the United for sale at the lowest rates at which the same qualities can be obtained either in New York or large lot ot English Letter Paper and and will be received in a day or from on board the New York packet made of an extra thickness and of superior quality to any that has before been brought for sale to the price but little exceeding that of the American manufactured at the Circulating ly east of 2 NEW C. Merchant Penn. the pleasure to inform his customers the that he has just received and opened a and elegant assortment AND WINTER every to any heretofore opened in the and which he will make up to order at the shortest and in the must fashionable iias also on and keeps a constant supply of MADE which is equal in all respects to bespoke In he can supply every article belonging to a 9eo3m E. A. U. Corner of Tenth Pennsylvania inform their friends and the they are as to execute any order in their line t f at a Urge and elegant stock of the newest and most superior CLOTHS and CASSIMERES the market can amongst which are many that only be had at Merchant A. H. YOUNG have also VESTING of every every article to furnish a invite their customers to as they feel in saying that they cannot do better in any other bore or Oct 14co2w PUBLIC virtue of a of the Court of Chancery Ma subscribers will offer at public to the highest on the 30th day of the present if it the next fair day at 12 M. on the lying on the North bank of the River and shout miles below the City of and containing about 1500 acres of This Tract will be sold or in to suit on the 2d day of December if if on the next fair day at 12 M. on the they will offer at public to the highest Chillum Castle late the residence of William Dudley and now in possession of his Mrs. Norah This Estate lies adjacent to the village of in Prince George's and contains upwards of 4000 acres of the greater part of which is susceptible of the highest From its vicinity to the City of and other it deserves the attention of It will be sold or in to suit ot the above estate arc now in and plats thereof will be exhibited on Uie days of In the a plat of Watburton Manor will be deposited with Raphael C. of and a plat of Chillum Castle Manor with Robert of for the inspection of persons disposed to Trustees believe they will be able to make good titles to Terms of that one-third of the purchase money shall be paid in three and the residue in nine months from the day of the purchasers giving with good to the Trustees for payment of the purchase with interest from day of JOHN S. 7dt2Dec__Trustees. HEADACHE MEDICINE is offered to the public with the JL fullest in its It has proved successful in cases that have the skill of the most distinguished In no case in which this medicine has been resorted to has it failed to give This is the first preparation which has proved successful to the though many others have been It is composed of and no deleterious or introduced into it no danger need be If used properly and agreeably to it imparts vigor to the while the cure is of It is with pleasure that I recommend the Drops prepared by for the Nervous Having for about twelve years past been afflicted with the Nervous and not having found any thing that gave me 1 tried your and they gave immediate I took them about three from the 1st of last and hare been free from the headache except when I have taken a violent ever and would cheerfully them to all these who may be afflicted with the same April 19, 1830. Mr. N. Cashier of Mrs. Dana baa made use of the Drops which you handed me. and with complete She has always been subject to and violent turns of Sick It is nearly three months since she first took the which time she has been free from any attack of the I feel confident in its and cheerfully recommend 1830. keeper of the Eagle in certifies that his wife had been so severely for many as much of the time to take no rest day nor She took these Drops last and has not been troubled keeper of the French had for many years been and no medicine favorably affected until he tried these which relieved He believes them superior to any thing ever offered to the public for the accompany the Price 50 cents a For sale 5co6t Only AND NEW Samuel C. will sail as above on the 15th brig ISAAC William Smith on the 1st brig Nathaniel on the 15th will continue to leave this port on the Ist snd 15th of each month shipping They vessels of the first and accommodating will at all times go up the Mississippi by and every exertion used to promote the interest of shippers and comfort of may prevent a disappointment by having their bills of lading ready the day previous to as they will go promptly at the are intended to be will at any time be received for safe keeping at 25 cents per Nov 6If __Alexandria. Aboriginal containing portraits of Indian with biographical Four numbers of this splendid work have been each containing eight portraits finely lithographed and colored on large sized This work is conducted by Mr. J. O. of who ac companied Gov. Cass on various visits among the work will be completed in 10 price each received whom the work will be free of to subscribers in the 15__ NEW a new annual for 1836, illustrated JL with 13 superb engravings on from the original paintings of the first American pages of original in prose and from many of the most distinguished American writers of the The are without exception and the binding of the finest Turkey decorated in a style of elegance it is confidently has never been if in this or perhaps in Received this day by Oct 19 PISHE'Y ALL WHOM IT MAY will be made to the next Congress of the United States to prolong the term of my patent certain improvements therein granted on the 28th day of 1826; but in consequence of defects in the specification was returned to the patent and the seal and on the 22d day of 1828. Sep 25lamSmo Fauquier Crayon 3, Legends of the Conquest of by ' the author of the Sketch in one vol. For sale 12 MAIL COACH LINE TO Bridge across the Potomac being in a situation to be the public are respectfully informed that the MAIL COACH LINE to WARRENTON will depart from the Office next to Brown's and at 8^ A. M. and reach here on its return in time to take the Railroad to In connection with this Mail there will be a daily line of Splendid Post Coaches between this and leaving at the same and returning will leave Alexandria at P. and arrive in season to take the 7Im RAIL-ROAD afford ample time to travellers from who wish to return the same for the transaction of their business in the Cars in this day leave the Depot in this City daily at NINE A. until further will At A. M. and P. At a past NINE A. M. and at half past P. there is no standard of time in it is recommended to passengers to be at the Depot before the hours named for the departure of the Sept. 15Stawtf RAII.ROAD and after the 20th th afternoon train for Baltimore will start at FOUR o'clock P. unless when delayed for the arrival of the southern In case of the of the steamboat from the south in the cars will be delayed until half past and no 19oiawtf WASHINGTON BRANCH order to to the residents of the country adja cent to the above Railroad the necessary facilities for the use of this it has been arranged that the trains of passenger cars until further stop at the undermentioned to land or to receive any passengers who may present themselves for that junction of the two Railways from intersection of the Turnpike Ridge intersection of tlie Annapolis Savage Factory Harrison's Tavern and the Laurel The intersection of the Turnpike intersection of the Turnpike near is respectfully made known that no stoppage will be made either to land or to receive at the places described bell has been hung over the office in this which will be rung at and at minutes before the departure of the cars for Sep 30Stawtf Tel THE public is respectfully that on and after the 5th a line of Stages will commence running between Alexandria and Washington at the following Alexandria at 7i A. and connect with the leave Washington at 11 o'clock A. M. on the arrival of the cars from leave Alexandria at o'clock P. M. and arrive at in lime for the evening cars for leave Washington at o'clock P. M. on the arrival of the cars from By this arrangement passengers will always be in time for the morning and evening cars for and those going south of Washington will be conveyed as far as Alexandria seats in the above line please apply at Co's next door to and at the office a few doors south of Newton's A. 3-d2w FISHERIES FOR and Pointy and Fisheries are about twelve miles below on the Virginia side of the Potomac and about midway between the celebrated White House and Sycamore Those who may wish to rent cither of Said Fisheries can have a lease from one to four years on the Any communication on the subject will meet with prompt if addressed to the in U. 12eotf R. commodious three story Brick House on the south side of Beall a few doors west of Christ A pump of excellent water at the possession given the lOlii of next The rent to a good will be a paid the store at present by Isaac S. as a Lottery Possession the 1st of next Apply 30d6t OF Lectures will commence as usual on the first JL of and be continued first day of the ensuing and Practice of by Nathaniel M. of by Samuel M. and General by William E. M. Medica and by George B. M. 1). by Robert by William M. and Diseases of Women and by M. Medicine and Surgery taught by the Prescribing Officers at the Blockley under the of the and atthe B. M. 26eotl5N_Dean of the Medical by the or pleasant may be had at Mrs. corner of 9th street and Pennsylvania over the store of Mr. R. C. Having taken the adjoining Mrs. G. will be able to furnish a private if It is within five minutes walk of the Post Office and principal and from the Capitol and the 52awfl BRADLEY the pleasure of informing their customers and that are this day opening 250 pieces of the most Superior BROAD CLOTHS and CASSIMERES have ever been brought to this any of which will be made up at the shortest and in the best and in every case we hold ourselves responsible for the good fit of the pieces CLOAK 93uw6w BRADLEY Franklin Insurance 5th Nov. 1835. DIVIDEND of 7i per for the last six months has been this day 5 per to be paid lo the and 2^ to be added to the Contingent according to the H. 7~dlw&3taw3w " the City SOCIETY under this title was formed on the 15lh 1835, the objects of which to and whatever mav relate to the and Ecclesiastical History of America in and to the United States in first quarterly meeting was held at the City Hall Thursday in this when the following were to serve for one year from that Hon. LEWIS VIRGIL 1st Vice W. W. 2d Vice HENRY M. Recording PETER Corresponding WILLIAM LEWIS H. Hon. CoL JAMES FRANCIS Jr. PHILIP R. H. Committee S. AARON O. P. 27Ih 1935. 29eo2w ~~Fmr formerly owned by Mr. occupied by the Secretary of which repairs are now It will be put in a state of repair for a good to W. W. Oct 2B-2hvi4vv_At the Bank of the U. two story brick HOUSE on I street 17th and 18th streets now occupied by Possession may be had on or before the 8th November Inquire of the Oct 53U*tf LAND subscriber will purchase Land Warrants on file in the General Land the Scrip which are to be on Those who wish to sell the warrants can have the full market price for them without waiting the slow process of issuing they prefer to and the highest cash price paid for Scrip when it is to the subscriber in D. C. oct 28dim W. S. Catholic Periodical be published in weekly Numbers of fifty pages fine royal and new The Periodical is designed to be a reprint of all the best Catholic Works in the English and will embrace the most celebrated Controversial and Devotional together with a large fund of Ecclesiastical of subscription per annum or 8 cents per number in first Number will appear on Nov. 7th. Subscriptions received Book Penn. 3- STATE OF MARYLAND CITY CORPORATION iik I fl Maryland State bearing rjy 1 interest at the rate of 5 per per interest paid quarterly and yearly at the Loan Office and the Stock redeemable in 1848 and 1849, for for EIGHT DOLLARS of Washington City Canal bearing interest at the rate of 6 per and interest paid to W. 8. oct 283w__Georgetown, AVA^niNGTON CITY GLASS subscribers have the pleasure to inform the that this establishment is now in full and that orders for Window Glass can be comp ied with at short With a view to insure improvement in the quality of the the proprietors have incurred additional expense in the established a rigid system of combined with the unremitted attention of a practical Superintendent at tlie cannot fail to effect that Dealers therefore rely upon obtaining an improved at former Orders are respectfully 19Stawtf LEWIS JOHNSON informs the citizens of that he wdl attend to the duties of profession in Washington every cleaned and and inserted in tiie most judicious and improved need his services will please leave their address with south side Pennsylvania and near N. E. corner of the 13ih where he may be found as Sept 19wl2w nf Hawk of Hawk a tradition of by the author of Calavar and The in two Hundred Dollars be given for the apprehension and to mc or my of two valuable young negro about the age of 22 and 23, if taken out of the State of and two for or one hundred for if taken in this They home together in July Tlie one is named and fo has a wide and nose raised instead of being as is usually the case among his arms are very and feet very Tiie other named of more sturdy and of somewhat lighter his face generally his countenance and speech faltering when accosted and has the habit of looking much over his B. P. O. Prince William Va. May 92amotf Laborers, and and Horses will give steady employment to 1,200 or 1,500 and 500 HORSES and for one or fifteen We have taken the whole division of from Charleston to Havre de Grace in addition to our present making in about fourteen miles of It being situated ill a very healthy there every prospect of provisions and feed being The work is much heavier than any ever before let in this and every prospect of its being dry and there be very little time lost by wet There will be a large store kept on the where horse feed and provisions can be as low as in or any of the neighboring For apply to the 4th and 6th sections of the Baltimore and Port or on the 4th and 5th of the Wilmington and Susquehanna We also want a few respectable to keep on the where every encouragement will be given For further inquire at Pratt where one of qs can be found before eight o'clock a. M. or after 7 P. M. oct 16dim S. H. Paper for has now on the way from New by a large lot of Wrapping will be received by or before the middle of the comprising every White and fine as well ss the above lots were purchased at auction in New York for and can be sold at lower prices than they can generally be bought for in New York or at the Waverly Circulating East of 27 of the 2lst 1835. is hereby that a General Meeting of the Stockholders of this Bank will be held at the Banking House on the 3rd day of December next at 12 o'clock for the purpose of taking into consideration the subject of an to at the next for a renewal of their order of the Board of Directors oct 222awtd GEO. the Senate and House qf Representatives qf the United States of in Congress petition of John of in the 1 county of and Commonwealth of humbly sheweth That your petitioner is the true and original inventor of anew and useful improvement in the for making Paper and upon of your the full and exclusive right and liberty of and vending to others to be the said new and useful invention and by letters issued in due fornn according to under the seal of the said United and bearing teste of President of the said United the fourteenth day of in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and granted to your his administrators aud for the term of fourteen years from the said fourteenth day May which letters by reason that the specification of said new invention and improvement thereto annexed was defective and that the terms and conditions prescribed in the third section of the act of Congress of tlie United made and passed on the twenty-first day of in the year of our Lord seventeen hundred and entitled act to promote the progress of useful snd to repeal the act heretofore made for that had not been complied with by inadvertence and without any fraudulent or deceptive intention on the part of your were and when your petitioner discovered the same to be and after it had been made certain by the decision of the Supreme Court of the said United and by the act of the Congress of the said United made and passed the third day of in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and entitled act concerning patents for useful that it might be surrendered to the Secretary of State of the said United by your to be and were cancelled and upon the surrender and cancelling thereof and upon the petition and of your petitioner for that the of of the said United States did cause new letters patent to be in the name and seal of the said United bearing teste by the President of the said United States the twenty filth day of in the year last wherein and whereby was granted lo your his administrators and the full and exclusive right and liberty of and vending to others to be the said new invention and for the term of fourteen years from the said fourteenth day of according lo the laws in such case made and And your petitioner thut his invention and improvement aforesaid is of very great utility and value that between Ihe time of the granting of the letters patent first above mentioned and the aforesaid and the granting of the new patent the said invention and came into very general use in the said United but by reason of the imperfect and defective specification annexed to the said patent first above your petitioner derived very little advantage therefrom and that since the granting of the letters patent secondly above your petitioner has been obliged to commence suits for the infringement of the rights and liberties granted to kim as aforesaid and although your petitioner has prevailed in a suit at wherein the of the said letters patent secondly above mentioned was and the validity thereof has been yet your petitioner has not received but a very small sum on account of his said new invention and and has expended a very large sum in legal controversies respecting the of the said letters and to establish the validity of the letters patent last mentioned and that the peculiar circum stances of your case are such as to him in applying for a renewal of the term of the said letters your petitioner prays that the exclusive right and liberty and vending to others to be the said new and useful invention and may be granted to his administrators and for the further term of fourteen ears from tiie fourteenth day of which will be in the year of our Lord n hundred and thirty-six or that such other grant may be or relief had in the as shall seem And your petitioner will ever 2 JOHN published by P. a beautiful and complete edition of the works of Mrs. Felicia with a Portrait and Critical in 1 8vo. handsomely price 25. just The Lives of the or an account of persons to whom has been by the exercise of Magical by 12mo. price 87j On sale 5 OF by Victor J 1 Introduction to the History of 1 vol. beautifully Price il 75. 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Second American Price 50. of by of Whately's 1 and for sale by nov 5 F. the Adventures of a 2 Essay on the Rate of with an tion of the causes of the in the condition of the laboring population throughout the in one third part of the Book of adapted to the comprehension of young sale at the Waverly Circulating Library immedi ately east of 2 AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE AND TRUST 13G And corner qf Wall and Broad New Fori Established by act of the from its large Capital and varioi means of affords ample and great facility to parties who transact their with The terms are as low as any office in the They OK Legislature having directed the manner in the capital of this company must be and being under the immediate supervision to whom stated returns will be it be comes the secure for the property and estates of all such as may desire the intervention of i permanent Trustee or to i punctual payment of interest upon sums ei such as may make deposites for the benefit of accuma Under the real or personal property cat be conveyed or devised to the Company in and they may execute any trust in the same to the same as any they may make all in which the casualties of life or interest are will be received in Deposite by the Company and held in upon which interest will be payable of Insurance for f 100, on a single One For Patrick L. A. T. E. Matthew L. Frederick W. Samuel B. post may be addressed to PATRICK or MORRIS Vice New to which immediate attention will be 16dly__ LIFE INSURANCE JOHN J. 1NSURES LIVES for one or more or fot for one hundred 00 69 1.83 3.20 60 for one hundred 60 years of 10.55 per 65 27 per 3 For One Hundred Dollars deposited at birth of the Company will if he attain 21 years of age At six Company also executes receives money on paying interest semi-annually or compounding and makes all kinds of contracts in which life or the interest of money is James H. City of B. John O. Va. D. Va. A. S. Vs. George Va. Neilson Md. Oct. 23wly_________ ESSAY ON on THE RATE OF with an of the causes of the in the condition of the laboring population throughout the by H. C. in one or the Adventures of a in two The Book of a familiar introduction to the principles of Natural adapted to the comprehension of young part price 62i received 2__________ CHEAP SCHOOL LARGE supply of all the School and Collegiate Hooks used in the District of or which have been purchased at and at the recent Trade Sales at the are in part the balance daily expected by the New York and Philadelphia for sale T The above have been purchased on remarkably low and can I.e afforded at the lowest Northern retail from which a will be allowed to or to those purchasing in as in all cases as they can procure in any of the Northern or those who buy to sell are invited to call and examine for at the Waverly Circulating immediately East of of all on the sanie low Nov 3 THIS IS TO GIVE AT the subscriber has obtained from the JL Court of Washington of administration on the personal estate of late of All persons having claims against the said are hereby warned to exhibit the with the vouchers to the on or before the 2d day of November they may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said under my hand this 2d day of Nov. 1835. w. Uov 3w3w Adm'miatrator. RELIGIOUS SOUVENIR FOR 1836, by the first literary matter furnished by Mrs. Miss B. B. nd other favorite bound in and cy tinted puce 50, jost published and this morning received and for Nie by f. a the Waverly 3_ by novel in two is just and tlm received by Oct 26 f.