Newspaper of Evening Star, April 12, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 12, 1855 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. TH1 DTUfB WW*. I ay the babe upon my bosom, let me fb?l her meet, warm brrath, For airanire chill o'er me pmei, and I know iha'. it is death. I would nu upo? the treaaare, scarcely given are ? go? Feel her rosy dimpled fingers wander o'er my cbeek of snow. .'am pawing through the water*, but a bleated abore appear*,? Kneel bende me,huaband,dearest let me kin away thy tears. Wrestle with thy grief, aa Jacob strove from mid night untii day; ? 'may leave an angel'a bleuing when It vaniahes away. Lay the babe.apoa aif bosom, 'tis not long abe can be there, how to my heart the nestles,?tia the pearl I love to wear: I'tn after yean beside tbee, aita another ia my chair, - Though her voies be aweeter music, aad my face than hers lea* fait; If a chorub call tbee father, fir more beautiful than this, Love thy nrst bom, oh my has band, tarn not from the mother!?**, Trti h<-r sometimes ol her mother,?you will call ? her by my name,? Shield her from the winds of sorrow,?if a he ens oh gently blame. Lead her sometimes where I'm Bleeping, I will an awer if she rails, * And my breath will stir her ringlets, when my voice in blearing falls. iter suit blue eyes will brighten with a wonder whence it came,?* In her heart, when yeais pans o'er, she will find her mother's name. Jt is said iliat every mortal walks between two an gels here, One records the ill but blots it, if before the mid night drear Man rep?uteth ; if ancance'l'd, then he aeala it for the skies, : - And the right band angel weepeth, bowing low with veiled eyes. 1 will be her right hand atigel sealing up fhe good for Heaven, ? Striving the midnight watches find no mi- Wd unforgiven. You will irif forget me, darling, when I'm sleeping 'neath the sod? Love ihe babe upon mj bosom, as I love thee,? next to God EAST SB. EGOS The new York Sunday Times, in reply to a question from a correspondent, "Howdid the custom of holding Easter eggs arise?" givesthe following account: "In some way the eggs were made to represent the resurrection. It is proba ble that the idea, in some form, is as old as the days of Moses, for eggs were used in the feast of the passover, which the children ofIsrael first celebrated on their departure from Egypt. In the early Christian era, the monks seem to have improved upon the superstition that had grown up, and a custom became general of sending chargers full of hard boiled eggs to church to get them blessed. This the priests performed by saying several appointed prayers, making the s?gr.ofthe cross over them, and sprink ling th?*m with holy water. These blessed eggs, it was thought had the virtue of sanctiffing the entrails ol the body, and were the first fat or fleshy nourishment taken after the abstinence of Lent. The church of Rome, therefore, has considered eggs emblematical of the resurrection, and Pope Paul the Fifth or iained a ritual in which eggs were said *.o be eaten m thankfulness for the res irrectionof the Lord. One writer, in peaking of this, says that the egg at caster is an emblem of the rising out ol the grave, in the same manner as th< :hick, entombed, as U were, in the egg .s in due time brought to life. The cus torn seems to have extended, however through almost every eastern nation It is observed among the Persians at th< ?eaht of the new year, which takes placi with them at the vernal equinox. It tke north of England it is still the custon to send reciprocal presents of eggs al ?taster They are ornamented in at kinds of grotesque manners, and boilec hard, so as to prevent the inconvenience of being crushed in the pocket. But th< strength of the shell constitutes the chie glory of an Easter egg among the younj people of that country. The strife seem: to be who has the strongest egg, and tw< urchins, each holding one in his hand give blow for blow to test it. One o the eggs is sure to be broken, and itj battered remains are the spoil of th< onqueror, who is instantly invested witl the title of a "cock of one, two or three,' &c., according to the number of eggs his may have vanquished. A successful egg in a contest with one which had previous' ly gained lionor, adds to its number the reckoning of its vanquished foe. An egg which is the cock of ten or a dozen is frequently challenged, and in this way quite a pugilist warfare is carried on among the eggs on Easter Monday, in fcorne parts cf England and the borders of Scotland, where this custom is more generally practiced than in any othei place." ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS. Willarda' Hotal?a. a. k j. c. wruio, Co! R B irden, Maw G W Seybert, Va S B Phi-ney, rfo G VV Shermoo, Va A \ Bur?ley, do F H Bate,, and lady, USA K P, NY E Wade, jr, NY J P 'Mr.cKrie, NJ Cap* Warlow, Eng Mm HeclUit, .Md Col Munroe ill** \eeh, Eng J p Diabrow, XY O l?? u'din. Md F 8 Knlrs. Ma*? * Vinton, NY Mr De Osma and servt, ' -ummerj and lady, Peru Ar'"y ^ Capt Buchanan, U8N r braro fc son, Brazil Capi i)up nt, do *?anu, do A Seybeit. Va W tiarber, Va JD Munroe, USN National flotal?a. d. wilui> F-rrali and lady, NC C W Tayleure, Kunkels ' Smith, NY Troupe r B Pn-e, Pa A A Manhall, Va A Horning do J Johnson, P* I. O Livingston, NH W C Duntoo, NY A Elitr, Ky J Stone and fam, Pa ? Brown, MA Dr L G Sparrow, Md BF Brmdley, Ky ' Browaa' Hotal?t r. a a. howh. W J Beail, Md J Graham, child, nurw It J Biitler NY avt, Jfe.i J L Uriee, do F Stowe, Md J ^Blake Miaa J B Mitchell, mother k. r Brisco, Md d'r, Pa V. (L""by' McH Grafton, Md arr nt, Me D Feliuger, do u LTDa"wNH L D>"' Europe Vi tii ' Mim Dyer, Texaa i- X *?" Pollock' p? a. I A. OIKWOOD. ?!>SZ?fir tszzziz?-" ^T'2' " * C ??nH>na, Mias I cT k V M T ? hwf fair. V a Mrs Heyler, N Y . W Jack?oo, do Mm Krlly, do M o<dan, do Mr KeUy, do K White Mas* W McAdam and ly. Pa ' T knowles, do J A Brownell, do CalUd states Hotal?a. o. u\ nwi Mldd' /h. Pa B Char!too, Md D llenche, do B Graves, do : Hall, Va J F Barney, Pa ?"? Junes, do "^aalon Hoaia, AUxtadrla, Va. a. mwtoi, raorairroa. P J Nocrla, Va TB Forter, Va hiit Janney, do A H Armatead It If, do :ir r v'Dona^liua DC' Miaa Bowan, do t: Wilson, do AG Cbapoian, do f r Ambler an.! lady, Va P B Amwar, do '1 I' A Kally, Md W c Saibling, do Long, Va In A B AUtlna k. ly, Pa '?} NOUL * BOYD, BLIND MAKERS k UPHOLSTERERS, WOULD re^peuifully inform their friends an! ths public generally that they. arepre pared to attend to all onto in'" their line of busineas. All kinds ofUPHOLBTERINQ neatly executed; such as?Cutting and. Making Carpeta, Fitting down MaiCng and Oil Cloth, Making and fitting up Bed and Window Curtains, Hair, Shuck, and other Matueasea, Pew a?d other} Cushions. Spnng Beda, Loungea, Easy, and Chair*. We have in store - W indow Shades and Trimmings, Cords and Tassels Split Blind,, Wide Paper forCurtains. VENITIAN BLINDS made in Any style, and old ditto repaired to look as well as I new. All kinds of old Work repaired, and all or ? dera thankfully received and promptly attended to for cash, or a perfect undemanding before hand. If you want the worth of your money just give ue a call, at No 901 Pa. avenue, south side,betw. 9th and 10th streets mar 30?tf Proposals for building Light Hoom on en foot Knoll," month of PaUpioo River, Maryland. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Office or Light House Board, Washington, D. C. March 27,1855. PROPOSALS will be received until the 30th of April next, (on which day the bids will be opened) for fumlahuig the materials, (of wrought and ast iron) and building a light-house, upon screw pile foundations, on -'Seven fool Knoll," at the mouth of Patapsco river, Md-, by the 30th of Deoem ber next. | {Detailed drawings of the plan of the light-houss e m t-e seen at this office (No. 67 Winder1* Build ing) Should any bid be accepted, a contract will be ex* ecuted at once. ? No payment will be made until the whole work is completed; and before it is received it must be ap proved by the agentof the Government appointed to superintend the work?said agent having power to reject all material* and workmanship not in accord ance with the terms of the contract. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids that may not be deemed advantageous to the public interest. All bids should be teaUd and addressed to the un dersigned, endorsed "Proposal.- for Seven-foot Knoll Light House." EDMD. L. F HARDCASTLE, mar28?eoim Engineer Secretary. SEWING MACHINE AGENCY. THE undesigned, having been appointed sole agent for the sale of Wheeler, Wilson & Co.'s Sowing Machines in the District of Columbia, ie spectl'ully notifies the public that he is prepared to furnish any number that may be ordered at short no t'.ce, and to guarantee the instructions tiiat may be nere^sary to enable the purchasers to work them to their entire satisfaction, and to keep them in per feet order. l'he?e admirable Machines, having mformly re ceived the highest premiums wherever they have be* a exhibited, can be confidently relied on to do a'l the varieties of family sew:n<?, as WHI tm those ot' tai'ors, clothiers, shirt makers, raanlua makers, fcc. So soon ns our arrangements can be completed we .-hall have an office < pen, where the naehines can be seen running at all tiaes during the day, an-l where specimens of the sewing may be had. The price for a Machine complete in all reapects has been reduced to $100 P. J. HTF.KR, Washington Place, Seventh street, mar 31?eo2w FINE WATCHES. HAVING made a considerable addition to my stock of r.oi.D hutting PATBjrr levers, and ladies' watches Of first quality, heavy 18 caratf cases. Also, SILVER WATCHES for boys. I offer them at greatly reduced prices. The mov menu are selected with great care, and every Wa:ch is warranted. Persons in want of a fine timekeeper are invited to examine my assortment. H SF.MKEN, No. 330 Pa. avenue, betw. 9th and luth st?. mar 30 S: 'ECTACLES, _ EVE GLASSES, kc-, Gold, Silver, and fine Steel Spectacles, Eye Glas ses, fcc (Xp- Particular artentlon paid to the selection of G!as->ee adapted to the eyes of w earers. M. XV GALT fc. BRO., Jewelers, 394 Pennsylvania avenue, mar 28?tf JOSEPH 6AWLKB, CABINET MAKER & UNDERTAKER, PINSSTLVAllIA avkkck, between 17th and 18th streets, (Fiiat Ward.) Oi l Furniture repaired and new made to order.? Coffins made and l-unerals attended to at the ahort e?t notice. A share of patronage is solicited, mar 31? eolm " R. H. GILLET, Coainllor at Law, ?: loe ard reddsjcs in FrtuirHn P.sw, ooraar o'K ?? Thirteenth atre-t net 9g?dftm MlARLrs IlA'iKlKS, \rchlteet. 'l'a. avenue, between Tenth and H event \ ttreett,) Washington, d. c. ILL continue to furnish Plans, detail working *. * Diawings and ?i>ecnTcjUi<jii>? oi buiidingB o( ? v-ry description, mid also ui Mtpenntend their/ rec t ?'?" , feb 1?,.?< SPECTACLES. CI OLD, Silver, Light Steel, and Silver.plate?J J Spectacles, suitable for all ages and all kindt of eyes. INo, Gold, Shell and Horn Eyeglasses. Pebbles, Perifocal, near sighted and all other Mud of .Spectacle G:a?ee* kept constantly on hand, and wil be set in old frames at short notice and at a small expense. For sale very low by E. K LUNDY. No. 198 Bridge street, Georgetown, 1). C. mar 24?tf BEAUTIFUL WHITE TEETH. Healthy gums, and a sweet breath. All who are desirous of obtaining these bene fit!, should use ZER MAN'S CELEBRATED TOOTH-WASH. Thia delicious article combines so many meritorious qualities, that it lias now be come a standard favorite with the citizens of New Y?.rk, Philadelphia and Baltimore. Dentists pre scribe it in their practice most successfully, and from every aource the most flattering laudations are aw uded it. Inflamed and bleeding gums are immediately ben efittfd by its use; its action upon them ia mild, soothing and effecuve. It cleanses the teeth so thoroughly, that they are made to rival pearl ih whiteness, and diffuses through the mouth such a delightful freshness, that the breath is rendered ex qui'itely sweet. It disinferts all those impurities which tend to produce decay, and as a cousequenre, when these are removed, the teeth jpust always re main sound. It is used and recommended by all the eminent Dentists in New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and other cities where it has be.n introduced. All ahould give it a trial. Prepared only by FRANCIS ZERMAN, Druggist and Chemist, Ninth and Catharine streets, Phila delphia, and sold by ail Druggists every where, at 25 eenta per bottle. W. H. CILLMAN, jan 17?3m Agent Air Washington City. A BOOK THICH EVERY BUSINESS MAN IN THE F DISTRICT WANTS.?The Washington City Directory, onlv 75 cents a copy, half price, can be had at ALBx. AD SON'S, on Seventh street, opposite to the Pygt Office, where he keeps con ?tantly on hand a fine assortment of Blank Bo#?ks, Pena, Ink, Paper, Playing and Visiting Cards, Gam?n, sic. He ia agent for all the cheap publications, Magazines and Newspapers. London Illustrated News, Bell's Life, Times and Punch received by ev*ry steamer. New York Herald, Times, and Tribune received every niffit and delivered to subscribers mar 28?1m New books at SHILLINGTON'S BOOKSTORE. The Immaculate Conception; or, The Mother of ?od; an exposition by the Right Rev. Bishop Ulla Uiome r G owth in Hoiineaa, or the Progress of the Spirit ual the author of All for J?8Us The Metropolitan Magazine for April. The Slave of the Lamr, by Wm. North Everything iu the Stationery line All the new books published received immediate ly afterwards and for sale at SHILLINGTON'S Bookstore, Odeon Building, corner 4% at. and Pa. ave. I apr I? WANDERINGS IN CORSICA, CORSICA; Picturesque, historical and social, with a of the early life of Napoleon, translated from the Gt-nnan by Edward Joy Morris?price $ 1 iO Lecture on English Literature from Chancer to Tennyson, by Henry Heed, price $1 23 Just published and for sale at TAYLOR fc MAURY'S, a>f M Bookstore, near 9th at. THE 8UPKRB PIANO, MANUFACTURED expressly tor the late sxhi tion in this city, by Bacon & Raven, and A "tDAL> *? now exhibition at Thta magnificent specimen of superior turned to New York at an early day, udo^TvJ! P?<*d0f- W* are "othorizSd to as 11 it ?PS?Aery r^n*J?lo terms. ? manufarturJIi^ f?I J*1* thmt beautiful instrument, received thTfl? ^ 'I)aTl'.* Co ? Boston, which We have alwn7i r^snt "hlbitlon. of Ptann* ?k V*and * iarwa and superior stock ? . Panna. avsnus, near Tsnth street. w REFRIGERATORS, WATER COOL. EBS.ICE CREAM PUEEZER8, Ac. I RITKIVKD this dav a wpplv of waterman's Patent Ventilated REFRIGERATORS, Ottiver. ?ally acknowledged to be the beat Refrigerator ever presented to the public. Austin's Patent Magic Ice Cream Freezer, <m ranyd to produce a superior Cream in five miaute*. W ater Coolers, all sixes, together with a general asm rtment of House Furnishing Goods, all of which will be sold at reduced prices. C. W. BOTELER, ap 4?c<?6t Iron Hall. __ . [*? MS ] Notice of the establishment ?/ the ojfUe of I Surveyor General of public land* for the Territory of Utah. IN virtue of the authority contained in the act np proved February 21, 1856, entitled "An act to establish the office of surveyor general of Utah, and to grant land for school and university purposes,*' the President of the United States has directed that j the office of surveyor general of said Territory be located at Great Sa t Lake City until otherwise or- j dered. T 1 Given under my hand, at the City of Washington this twenty fourth day of March, anno Domini ft56. JOHN WILSON, Commissioner of General Land Office, mar 99?2aw6w NOT ICR.?[received this day a new assort ment of SLEEVE BUTTONS and STUDS, Of ] the latest styles. Also, a variety of other new | Goods: as Vest Chains,Chatelains, Bracelet!,Pine, Earrings, Rings, etc. ? Great inducements offered to purchasers. if. SEMKEN, No. 330 Pa. aventae, bet. 9th and 10th st\ {feT- Ntu> Points put to Gold Pens at short notice. I Diamonds remounted, and Jewelry made to order.. 1 mar 29?tf TpOLIAN PIANOFORTES. /Tj Another of these beautiful instruments made by T. Gilbert &. Co., Boston, can now be seea at oar Music Depot. . Also, a splendid papier mache caw parlor Melo deon, made by T. G. Gardner h Co , Conn. IILLUUS & HITZ, inar 26 Star Buildings. NEW SONG. WHY DID I LOVE FALSE FLORA, words and music by W. B , of this city, and dedi j cated to Inea Allison, the fair Guitarist This song has a most charming melody. Just pub lished and lor salu Ly HIL"BUS 4. HITZ. np4 LOOK HERE!!! \ f ORE BOUNTV LAND TO JILL who served if 1 iu any war since 1790, whether as Officers Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, Clerks, Indians, Chap | lains, \\ agon Musters, TiiamsUrs, Landsman, (or their widows or minor children) who have not yet r? ceivcd tull 160 acres, and have been iu service 14 d.?ys, will do well to write to ua, postpaid, and their I.aii.! \Y rrants will be forwarded to them for tlie I alHjv ??; .'intity, and no charge if they do not get it. LLOYD & CO., ( laim \gentV Office, opposite U. S. Tieasury, U asliiostonCity, D. C mar 6-3m 1 "3. NEFF'S PREMIUM VfOLINS^ND v7 tj olmcellos can be seen at ?:ur Music Depot. Amateurs and the profession are invited to call | and try these excellent instruments HILBUS X HITZ, Agents. A good Contrabass tor sale low for cash, if immC' | diate application be made as above. mar 23 B.UTONG HOUSE OF PAI&O * KOUBSE, Opposite United States Tnmsmry. OONDS, Stocks and o?h?r s??ntwe rurchaned D and sold. Interest at the rate of vix ner rent pv annum al lowed on deposits when left tor 29 days or lc?v er ian 24?fim ROUGHS, GOLDS, HOARSENESS, l'.?lt?f Is Klvt Mlnntii, - YLURi: COMPOUND QU& ARABIC STRUT 'I'uE increasing d-TOmd for thia mostp!?a<*nt and efflcRcious remedy tor all palm^fiv .. st akes, had ruablvi the proi-rietor t? rrduee th/ I 'i<v* so as to pls.eeit within the reaAof si! ela-ne? its sur^rioritv over simiit' preparations i? a! t.*s:*u by many etaiu.*nt physicians who fcart: e.<. * ? 4 witno^ies Of its eilica?7 when Ule usu*. rrm* dir*3 have failed; also thca*sad of car moot a'oie c-tiiens "aave e- 4 it la tfceif tamiiie, bo?? aa preventive r.nd cure with never fcslin* jac res f -r the last twenty yearn, during which prrk> wuo pt>?y little aid trom a^vtitijin^. Ac., it li fciwiaaJij reread rcpuU. ion ever the whole c.v*w of recent Colds roughs, boarttiKU, it C;7c:, immediate relief. avd g?n?rallj cures in a d?j without ii terfering diet cr basin* ?, oi r?-during the j^-ntera m<"fa susceptible ct Coio., t c. "MM, J.ithvux, W/ioop'ig Coufffi. .'Vottc f.r, Af>A2ioKtcf the Ltmgt, ur. l /? ??. itiii a.waje VbrOcial. and seldom Ji!L trhec coznmt nc?.l ia time to f.-rfoct e :u;e. ioe 36 and &0 cer.ta ii bottls. Eo'.d irho!e? ?i by Patt?wn A Nairn, Stott k 'Jo A Cr Alj^awirU.Veti A 1, ?.e" ,;etowa by Mr. Ctoel. tiir riuues GUM A&ABIC CJiNDT DF.Olt, a ?.loilar compositloa to tha abov<s but in a an-: m^re portibi* fcra ; thay act like a rhana ol a ;? ouolstoiiie Cou^h, clear thfe throat a?jc i s. -sthey contain no iafnricua druy. are pertica ?> ?:> i-eoocuDend'd for chilJr?r>. frequenters of ?-nV L ^"c'CibiiaB, public op<?k.'rs, aingera. dc I'.l* and 25 oenta per bos. 5\ r Bale at men: Drag aud Zxr. lj gtoieE. ??et 17?tf INVK40 RATING OORDIAL A PHENOMENON IN MED ICINE. UEALTU RL,?T0m> AZD 1 ^ ISliGlIIBKED, by ., y'''Rwre rovwouATiao '* OORBi'AJ??At Jjc; t^ij -.v'u. MOr:'-a INVI30HAii, u pnbileo^a -J?lved. oouUneibtUat V'WrrU tti l ra .iiiae traUm .anouaa-d br the diaeorerer t - c-? clavj ari rfcnrtcter, irj- new trhicu>h d-b"n- 73 r.VjSiu t -: OV? ff b7 ? a?Mj of wfciefc j? <."? u^uie. * 7 e-*'? * J ?*iftha Qiylarah!e r,..c arMc^froa aralreseor abase of tfco ruricns or :aij Wulch nakeep thy^ond'.-fql fsaihln*call 4 r*^fre3 to rallTgor ?rtlj d.:li-ate tuno '' 0J?ec^ ,7*th that laj'st-irfoos eonjponnd ","-T c ^ watt-? -nd uind. cs-^arary to the rt-pr+ ~ ^r;*vsn '*?'/?? To persraa 0: feeblo mniru or deficient in \ital rc-er, It 5." T-ry *n mended us toeioaly tuaans cf oomnmi?eatiaT that *7 wnioh le r.ecoMary to the p^ per enj .vnerf v,t V1? arvet^?w, ?w? well aj V ? hahet jr nlal aUribatw. fc ben^pj tfiecU toei.ber^or to any Th.a treble gw. ?oo*'ted yoath, the OTsrwcra man of bcslc^ the viOim of u#r ,oua da ^tv?;?^^^ 8a*""riug L-Gia f-ei.erti de i?eakneao cf a single orran, viU all Li.w immediate and permanent relief trr.;u th? a?? of this incomr-uable innovator. To thoc?*a ho hsre a predtopoaitlon to para'ra'j 't ^iU urnJL . ~mpiete and ua&Uing tli"urrt SS? ?%ia?? rnSri -bo ha?e ? ui.iea witn thalr coatHtutloaa, that they think thsmaelves beyond the reach of medioineT Lt net er?n thaw .aspalr. TLa Elixir deals Sith d^La ? h ?xic j, ?7lU?out refieranoe to eaung, ai4 c?n no? .my remove the diaordarilaeli. but JRKbUILD THJ BROKJCN C0K31TPUT20N. TL? 'ierangemedtj of the ftUm. leading to ner ^um liar see, and the forms of nrrvoas iijetac it *11; a^e so numtroud that it would requinaeoiamn toeaaau-ato th? maladie* far whioh this preoara. ratl?f 6 ,?6rifie,w A r*w? ho-fdver, may t-eennma U*Uv f'^ Uo Jol?taua. headache, fajoip. j ?J*~ ts' kjBtarfm, (.atpltatioa of the heart, opi affcc-Jons, moaoular aebiiltr, tremors, flatulence a priC^iit^ cassation in the tloph, anabaecr^ torpid-' ?mi i^i li aaaUl o, weaken ofU?e w.ll,ln^p? tion Im ccve, laintneid aftar exerciae. broken sleep an J terrifying dreauu, inalill!ty^r?I 1 pCdtion' oi tie pro. croet.,.? organs, nesn^l lu-'cmpeteacy, mslanoholv bVj*^ uVDg at tb,? ?tomaeh, tel male irragaltfitlefi, a earonio tendency to misaar riage, emaciation, and all complaints growing oat of all barrenneas the reach of medicine. *nm 0r^,c beyond 0T*aa" to bs acted opoa are free mallormation or arlctara^ dlieaaws it is r.vnrred SJORSE-d IlfYIGCRATIHa Kf TTint w:ii replaoe waaknesa with strength, incapacity with eftdeney irregalarity with uniform and STtSaTaS tat mith i notr'y ha^cTSSo'if i^-u- effect on the general organisation be^A^A^rithU!^ m*Udi?'? wherever tliey wgin, n*uA trith the nervous sy3tam, aad that tbe f' i i L?a ?/the nerves or motion and i^nsatioe Is rhyaieal death. Bear in mind abo, that for everv Wad of uerroas dkec:^ Uw *? xer OnrfiTi i? !wl oc'y r*lle!.ie -reparauoj known. CAUTiOJI. . D.l:Mo*u'? laviaoaArnia Cotaui has bwa eon-, t If1 ?ola- uprtndpiAd pernctiii n-Ttare, all the gecnhie Ootalal will have ti* I*-** JTW ih* -5 bottle, tsi the following words blown in the gia?f Dr., Hor,,j, iMwljrormtlw^Cord&Alt C. II. RHQ, Proprietor, m,y. r'nt^ctUM00^1 U PU" ap ^^"?Qtatratad.lji Prip? bottle; two for $3; dx for |U. 0. a. KINO. Proprietor, Broadway, New York. a^ ??? AfSK.A^. z. v oil?; 41 Baltisanre--*. A. HANO, ' . j . Rjrt-iucnd?BKK^KTT f. L. -.'i ' ><>?? ? t<?t niVTVRI! SPANISH MIXTURE. O? eat PuriAav ?f ih? B1m4I ? lot a. Particle of Mcronrj In It! ia IxtauoLt RpxisT tor Scrotal a, King1! Evil, RLtuutiitt, Obitlckt* Cutaneous Snftionl, Piaulee or Pustules en ths fern, Sloteha% Bails. Uhxoni ? ore Eyes, Ring Wcrra or Tetter, Scald ileal, L>/.*rgem?nt and Pain of the Bona* and Joint*. Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic Disorder*, Luabuf-o Spinal Coopla'nta, and all the disease ?rising from an 'njudioioui use of Mercury, Ink prud >noe in 14ft, or Imparity of the Blood. valuable Medicine, which has become oele? JL brated for the number of ixtraordlnary cures, effected throng Its argency, has indoced the propri Hfoi, Et the urgent request of thMr Mends, to offer tt to the public, which they do with the atmoet con fidence in its vlrtu?a and wonderful curative prop erti s Tue following certificates, aeleeted twm a large number, are, however, stronger testimony thau the mare won! of tbe proprietors; and are all from gentlemen well known in their localities, and of the highest respectability, many of th?m residing In the rlty of Richmond, Va. ^ f. BOYDKN, Ski,, of tbe Exchange Hotel, Rich mood, known everywhere says he has seen the Med. Idne called Cabyib 6 Srainsa Mixtuxs. administered In ore* a hundred cases, in nearly all the diseases for wbichit is reoommended, with the moet aston ishingly good results Ha saps it is the most ex tra* ra\nary medlcino he has ?ver seen. AGOE AND FEVER?ORE AT CURS.?I hereby certify that for three years I had Ague and Fever I of the moft violent deecrlption. I had oeyeral Fhr-1 orian*, took large quantities of Quinine, Mercury, and I believe all the Tonics advertised, but ail with out permanent relief. At last I tried Carter's Spanish Mixture, two bottles of which effectually cured me, and I am happy to say I have had neither chills or ravers since. 1 consider it the best Tonic in this world, and the only medteine that *ver reached my ease. JOHN LONGDEN. Bxavee Ditch, near Richmond. Va. C. B. LUCK, Esq., now iu the city of Richmond and for many years in the Post Office, has snob oonfidenos in the astonishing efficacy of Garter's Spanish fixture. that he ban bought upwards of M bottles, which he has givsn away to the afflicted.? ilr. Look says in has never tnown it to fall whan taken according to directions. Dr. MINGS, a practising Physician, and formerly cf the City Hotel, in the city of Richmond, rays hi has witnessed in a numb-r of instances the effects oi Oar er's Spanish Mixture, which ware most truly surprising. He says ia a case of Consumption, de pendent on the Lirer, th* <ood affects wers won derful indeed. SAMUEL M. DRINKER, of the firm of Drinker A Morris, Richmond, waa curM _*ur*d of Liver Crm Elaint of three y earn fftcnling, Vy tbe o*c f f two ettles of Curter's Sonul-h Mixture. GREAT CURE 0* SCiiOftJLA ?The K-i iors o{ (he Richmond Republican h-dt vant emrloyed in their press room, cured of violent Scrofula, com bmed with Rheumatism, which entirely disabled him from work. Two bottles of Carter's f psn'f ii Mixturo made a perfect cure of him, and the Edi tor.! 1~ a public notice, fay they "cheerfully reoom meni it to aU -*ho are afflicted with any disease of the blood " STILL ANOTHER CTJR15 OF SCROFULA.?I h* 3 t ?"R-ral-Jtb o boy cured of Scrofula by Carter'e Spanish Mixture. I consider it truly a valuable ise4icins. JAMES M. TAi'I/>K, Conductor on the ft. F. tnl ?. K. K. Co- Richmond, Va SALT RHEUM OF TWENTY TEARS STANDING CU %ED Mr. JOHN THOMPSON, residing in the city of Richmond, waa cured by thr.?e bottles of Carter's dpanhih Mixnzr^, of Salt i heum, which he hid for aeerly iwily yesrs Ki>d which all the physicians of thnrLo* yvuld not care. Mr. Thompson is a well kaofiT. :rr.:.ant in the city of IUchmondf and hlr. to nif- i ;:*'?T^aNe. yj' i. m. it ATT3EWS, of Uichmocd had a warrant sur*.* of Srrphilis, in the worst form, by Carter's 'r*ii;sh Mlx'urr-. He says he ch-^rfully recoci at- nds it, an i ocsFider* it a very invaluable meJi Tin*. EL?VIN BURTON, commissioner of the revenue, ?ith he he? the good effects of Carter's upanleh Mixture in a number of rtvphilitic cases, and says it is a rerfrct tnxiz f-rthat horrible disease. iVtl. (?. KARWOOD, af Riclimoad. cured cf old Scre<! a?d U!aer?. wb'ch disabled him fr*m w?lkin^'. Took a r?w bottle* of Carer's Spanish Mixture, and was esrAled to walk without a crutch, in a short tl'iie prr?iftE?ii iy cured. Principal Depots at M WARD, CLOSE & Co? No. -9 Ki' wn Lan^, New York T. W DY01T A SONS, No. 182 North Seoond st., Philadelphia EEN'.'lSTr A BEERS, No. 135 Main Ptrvt, :;ich cord, Va. And for eale by CFTATtLES 3TOTT, Washingtor, D. C; HENr.Y PAEL, Alexandria, and b7 Drupglfte i7erywh??f. T"ri'* $1 per bottle, or six bottles for $5; eeo ?It Private Medical Treaties CH THX I UY^IOLOGICIL VIEW 07 MARRIAGF, BT ?. B. LA CftOIX, M. D,f ALBANY, N. Y. I'-Q ???'?* *ud 130 Fica Plain and Colore! Litho graphs and Dates. $GF Prlca oaiy 95 Casta. ??r3enr of postage t-> all paus of the Union"^* < CHEAPEST BOOK EVER j? *Ad. PUB'jT.^HEL, and containing nearly d ubli the quantity oT rn-'insr mntter in tbht of the Firf\ CKNTB OR WLLAR r-UBUO\TIONS. Tt tre^t" on the PHYSIOLO GY OP MARRIAGE, and the secret i^flrmitie^and disorder of youth aod maturity, re rnlting from esocKaea, which destroy the physical and men tal powera. with observations yr marriage, its duties and disqualifications, and their remedies; with lithoTraph?, Illustrating the anatcmv aod physiology, aud disease ot tfca repro luctive organs of both sexea, thsir structure, osee and A poyu'ar and ocmpreben>ive trta Kse on the dutloe sjid caflu#J a.v f riag'e and mar ried life?happy and trm"4^! ri)".aK^ef, nioH? cf ?? curing them?Infel'iitcuT .'.a v.ieitilo ones?their obvlatlon and rsauoral?^1 m'^ortaat hictB to the-* ?nter] matilsiray. tbit will overcome cb i-ctlone to it; nn-.-j. hv ??-v<T. should take this 1m pcrtaat a>p w^ -oui Crst consulting itn paceo? y-nimentaries ou tho oise^esacd inedioal tr.^Unrnt ol femrdea from iiuancy to old ace, each case Rrrph !raliy lllUfrtrate i by beautiful lithographic olatee? oervoafl dabjlity, its causes and care, hv a prcceep at once k> fiitf ip, ?eie and effectual, that lailure la impossible?ruleo for dally manag?mer.r?an >v?wy on ripormatorrhoea with practical ohservations on a :*fur. and mor?s ? ecoeesfhl mode of treatment?pre> cautionary hint? on the erils resulting from empiri :iil practice?an -seay on all disaases ari-Jng frcm ^'discretion, w^b plain ar?d simple rulej by ahlah all parsons can cure th?-maclres without mereury remedl*e for thw rrif inflicted miseries and disep ?>o!nted hopes to cnfortunaUty prevalent In the /onng. It is a truthful adviser to the tr.&r-Tfed aad thccjcoctemplatlng marriage. Its perusal Is psr ti?ulariy reeommend^d to persons entertf lnlng ue iret dcubti of their physical condition, and who sre conscious of having hazarded the health. b*prin??fi and privilege? to whioh ovary human bcinc ia in tttle-1 to. Price 25 cents per copy, or STe ooples fcr on* dol lar. Mailed free of pwitago to any part of tLa L'ni '?d Statt:'. N. B.?Those who prafer may ccneu'.tDr. La Ceciz upon any of the dieses upon which bii b> ok fcreata either ;errr.naUy or by mail. Medicine seii to any pert of tbe Uuion acocrding to diractiob^, packed and carefully eocured from a'l oboervaticn. Address Dr. If. H. LA CK0IJ[, No G1 Maiden Lane or Pott OHi.^ !V)x 679, Albany. N. Y. Offlca oo6U daily from Ji a r ? t > C- p m, end on But-day ftom it until 6 p a. A*- Cflico IlJiBOVcd from ::c 12 2*vrtr tt. to 01 OaldsK Lass, Albcnv zi i. ?leer ? AN APPEAL TO COMMON SENSE LET TH* SICE HKaK THE TEUTH CarraiM Benjajii*.?Wherever known his taail mony will be conclusive. But lest those wlio do not know the Captain should be sceptical, Dr. Daw son X Bro., with othora of tho beet known and ino* highly respecuble citixens of Euston, endoae bit wonderful cure by HAMPTON'S VEGETABLE TINCTURE. tiASTOM, Oct. 4, ISM. Mexrrt. Mortimer !( Mowbray : Gentlemen?I feel it my auty to yeu and the pub He to certify to the effects of Hampton's Vegetable Tincture. I was for more than five years laboring under a disease of Chronic Rheumatism, and th* great part of that time i was so helpless that I had to be helped from my bed and dressed in my etnthes I became reduced to a mere skeleton. All the nied icines I took done me no good, and I continued b grow worse. 1 heard of Hanpton's Tincture and thought I would give it a trfhl. At this time I did not expect to live one day after another. 1 I'd pa take it (the Tincture) for the Rheumatism, bw in a short time I was well of that disease. From tht effects of your Tincture and the help of flod 1 nin now getting in good health. I wish all the afflicted to try Ilampton's Vegetable Tincture, as I have done, with the same effect uiat it haa on Your obedient servant, Isaac Bnuallta, We are acquainted with Isaac Benjamin, sole him some of Hampton's Vegetable Tincture, anubt rteve the abo?V statement correct. Dawaon It Bto. From our knowledge of Captain Benjamin we are confident that the above statement is true and tin exagerated. J. A. JoRKseN, Cbaeles RoBiwsm. CaH and get pamphlets gratis, and see c oi Cough, Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Dvs pepaia, Nervousness and General Weakness. As a female medicine or for delicate children we bulievc it unequaBed. 1 Bold by MORTIMER & MOWBRAY, t? Baiti more ftreet, Baltimore? and 804 Broadw-y. N. York Cnas. Etott k Co., J. B. Mooee, D. B. Cl**xc Claeys k Bowliro, W. Elliot,and H. M<-Phee son, Washington ; also, bv E. B. F. CtstcL, George town, and C. C. Bbket, Alexandria, and by Drug gists everywhere. jaa a?a pfe. MM N twwuaoeeoflaw, T, FI AN RUN PTIKOB, h? Mant at the MM 8tat?? of America, 4o hereby lUn Mi uti known thot rtpnblh sale wl.i be * - * ? *? Q_ , ? * bold at the land oOe< at AO^n, in the Stale t/1 Mmwrm, commencing on Monday, the tw*M|Ntr?< day qf May nemt, tor the dirpoeal of oil tb?t portion or he sections ond port] of sections of lond beerin ? odd numbers within fix Mile* on eoch ?Me of the line of the Means ont> Ohio uvn ion?o?l tn tho States of Aluama ond Mnsiierrn sutyest to the double minimum price of two dollors end fifty oente Br acre, u prcvided by the oet ot fOth Feptember, 50, ond excepted from graduation u to price by the actef 4tb Aurust, 18M, which were advertise! to be offered tor mle to prod emotion No 498, bear ing dote S8d May, ISM, bot eaboeqoently witl dr twn until farther notJe* tor tbo proposed railroad from Brandon to Montgomery by public noJae No. 491, bearing dote 19tb August, 18*3: ond the nbc not being sultfe ct to private entry ot the dote of Mdd withdrawal, wore consequently not restored to mar ket by general notice No 622, doted 6th September, 1854. situated hi the undermentioned township*, t? wit: North of Ou bats line mnd east of the Choctaw meri? jj Township/w, of ronge thirteen Townahips three, four Jive, ond tim. of mage tour*1 Townfhipe three, tour, fire, stx ond mm, of rarge fifteen Townships three, ftmr,Jtve, six, endoovan?of range I ?txteen Townships Ave, lis, ond ima, of range seven-1 ten ? Township sewn, of raoge eighteen Notice is also hereby given thot all tho !ands s'.t uatet outside of the ?me mxlt limits on each side of the above road withdrawn and not si no restored to rri vote entry os ofc >ve stalet. which will be tub J set to entry at one dollar ond twenty-fire oe U Er ocro, or (ii for actual settlsaent aod pre ?mp n) at tho prioaa prea ribed by the graduation oet of itb August, 1864, in the toU-iwing-named districts and townships lo the States of Miss ssippi and Ala bama, will be subject to entry and location on and after Monday the nineteenth day of March next, to witt In the distrlst of lands rutjoot to?i> at Aooubta, Manm: North of the bate lime and east of the C?*octaw men Town"hipe three, fou^.Jtoe, six ond seven, of range twolro t Townships three, four, fire, i s, and seven, ot range thirteen Townships three, four.Jive tim, and seTen, of range fourteen Township seven, of range fifteen Townships three, fomr. ond five, of ronge ajxtj-ee Township* three, four, five, tut, on<l seven, ot rat i- seren teen * Townships three, fvw, Jive, six, aid seven, ?f ratge eighteen. in th? district cf lanJU subject to fale at Exaoro l;s Alabama : North oj fit base lin: and west of the principal me ridia?*. Town hips thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen ana seventeen, of ran^e two Townships thirteen, fourteen, fl teen, sixteen and v.vrn'jirn, of range three Tovxships thirteen, eisteen and Mrccteen. of range four Tjwsshipn thirteen and fourteen, of ron^e fire Tbe townships designated in r man let ers are wholly within the limits of six and fifteen mil-* re spectively on eoch ride of said rood, acd those in italics ore parjjy wi.bin said limits, os designed on the diagrams which will be furnished to tfce re spective district effloers by the Crmmiasiontr of the Geuerol Lord rffiee. The land^ will be sol*, subject to the right of tray grontel by the set of 20th ceptemb*r, 1830 to the "totes afore*oid for said railroad. not ?xceeiing one hundred feet on each side therecf, ond .herefore the p&ittcular tracts of land which ioclud* the rood w II be ? li as containing the quantities re^pectivelj shown by the efflcal plots. The sections will be offuTod at the public role in treorder is which th-y ore advertised; tbe sole will be Hept open for a sufficient tiia* to admit ct effering all the lands, but not exceed!og two weeks ond applic .tions to moke private entries oi the lands offered ot public sole under this prcc'omotlon tflil net be r?- eivcd until ofter the cltOa ct the two weeks. Qiren under my hand, ot the city of Wos^ington, this seventh day of P^bruorv, Anno D?mini one ?hji.'ond eii^ht hundred and fifty-fire. FilANKUN PIERCE. Ty the PTe?ident: Joan Wasoa, CotamiaeioQer Qeneroi l^an i Lnnoe. NOTICE TO PRE EMPTION CIAIMAN83. Under th^ act of Congiee* approved 3-1 of March. 1 H&'J, entitled "An act V> extend pre empticn rights to certain set lers therein menti-inedthe pre-emp tio i la i wtre extended < ver the above mentioned alternate odd numbered sections within six miles ? n each ei'Jt- of the route of the rood, where the aettle c est and improvement were mode pfctor to the dore of ^.ii. tment, if proven up ond paid for at the rote of t?o (tollers ond filty oent* per acre, before the dav fixed tor the public sale; end by the oet op proved v7th Morch, 1864, entitled "An ort for the r.dief of s"'tiers on lands reeerved for roilrood pur posea," persons who settled and improved the above named ?ections pnor to the date of withdrawal will be entitled to preemptions at theordinary minimum price of the public land1, or at the rate of rne dollar and twenty-five cents p^r acTe, if proven up and paid fbr bef re the day fix^dfor the public sale:? Therefore, eTery person entitled to the > iglit of pre empticn in any of the alternate odd nnxobeted sec ton* above mentione 1, within six mile*ot the route of the robd, under the act of 3d March, lf68, above referred to, on settlements made prior to ths 4th cf Febru iry. lfeoJ,(the date of atlofineut) or under the act of 27 March. 1B64, on settlements made prior to the dat i cf the original n hdrawal cf the lards from rasrk?t, likewi^- every pereon entitled to p?e emptk>n under the act of 27th March, 1854, in any ot the lands outtine oj the tim mile limits directed to bj restored to ? n ry on the 17th day of March nex*. Is required to esiKblia". the same to the sstit!f-c<i:n cf ;he rofister and receiver of the proper )o-<d ofiioe. and make payment therefor ot the prior fixed by law at soon at practicable after aeein? this notke, acd bef ire the diy appointed tor the publ c sok or re-toration to market of the lands embracing^br tract claimed; otherwise such rlai-n will be forfeited. JOHN VTIL50N, CommLosioEer of General Lond (. fflre. irblO-Iowl3w__ |No. (33.] Notice of Withdrawal of oortein Lands in Wisconsin. WHEREAS, in ponuonceof o joiit resolution of Congress, ent'tled "A resolution rxplono tory of on m t passed August third, eighteen hun dred and fifty four," anpiovei Match 8,1866, raht in^ to the Fox and Wisoons'.n river grant, the ef fect t f which Is to enlarge arid grait fr?m three to five sections in width, the President of the United Sirtes has, by bi< order bearing date tbe ninib day of March ultimo, directed that certain towmhips s: taated li thu ATI or Wisco^eia, on each side o! th-j Portegt canal and the Fom rivmr and the lak-a through whicj it passes, (including 'lie Isnds hsre t- fore withdrawn and withheld for taid grant,) ^ball be withdrawn from solo or entry tor any purpose whatever until furiher ardors Not:ob is there Sure hereby given thot said lands s'tuo'ed as hereinafter described hove this day bees withdrawn from tale cr entry accordingly, to wit t in the district of land? tutjjettto sale at MxaAt>aA North <\f the bate line and east qfUufo urth princi pal meridian Township 12, on the lett bonk of the Wisconsin river, ond townships 18 and 14, cf range 9 Townships 18,12 and 14, of range 10 Townsnip 14, of range 11 Townahips 14, U, iJ, IT. and 18, of mnce 18 ^cwnetrps 15,18.17 a> d 18, of range 13 Towrships 17, It ard 19, of range 14 Townshp* IT. 18,19, anl 20, of range 15 Towtahips 16,18, IT, 18, i9, 20 and 21, of range 16 Trwnsrjps 15, 16,17,18, 10,20, 21, and 32, of rang. 17. Township* If, ft IT, 19, 30, SI and 22 of raoge 18 Townships 18> IT, 18,18, 20, 21, 2a, and 2S, of tauge 19 Tcwnbhips 21,22, 28 and 24, of range 20 Townships 29, Ui and 24, ranee 21 In the district of lands subjee: to sale at Mnnti Poiwt : North of Ou base lite and east q/Oufvmth prinoi pal meridian. Townahips 12, 13 acd 14, on the left bank of the Wisconsin river, ot range 8 In the district of land* subject to sale at STivzaa' Pourr: North of the base line and east of the fourth principal _ ., . meridian. Townships 16 and 16, of range 8 TownsMpa 16 and 16, of range 9 Townships 16 aid 16, of range 10 Townahips 16,16 ond 17, of ranco 11 Oiven under my hand, at the General Land Off ee, ot the city of Wsshiogton, thi* third doy cf April, Anno Domini one thousand dght hund ed and fi ty uT0. T By order of the President: JOHN WILSON, Commissioner of General Lend OAoe ap 6?2sw6w JOHNSON ON MANURES, 1 yol, London V auz on tilling and vertiliaiug land, do Morfit on Manures, Philadelphia liana's Muck Maaoal for Farmers, Lowell Dana on Manures, New York Ruffln on Calcareous Manners, Richmond Brown's American Muck Book, New York Prac tical Treatise on Manures, by the British So ciety, for the diffusion of useful knowledge And many works on Agricultural Chemistrv on fruit Culture, Bees, Cattle, Drainage, Tree phmt, ing, snd other brooches of Gardening and Uuaband ry, manv oi them imported from abroad. maf? FRANCE TAYLOR. Notice toflutibrs.-?usesbrandt*# Diaaooic Flutes and Cla ion r.?a7 'nWR^ tor sale tor a few mar 19 HITZ'8 Music Depot. TRAVMJB8' DOUDUTOKY. jg? Mott Bedell's Line ^ NEW YORK.ALEJANDRIA.WjISHINQTON CITY, AND DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA PACKETS. rpHIS LINE OP PACKETS PAIL 8 WEEKLY I from fu< r 14 East River, New Yee tl mcuwn . mk' are computed of Um I Clue vessels: vew mcbr. .?? P. BeUO, Bedell, m?let. New sehr. Mott t*e4eU, A. V. TredwalL Hchr. Ann D., W?. Oliver, nutcr. Bch*. VtUmt, L. A. Bmith, muter. 8cbr. Commander ia-(Jk*ef, W?#?, mmmm. grbr. Gretmway. V\ ilsna, matter. These veaeela are fast sailers, and the ?>? mt n of experience in (be trade and the only rem tar line of Waehinrton City packet*. MOTT BE DEL L. W?I) Arret, W. T. 8. 8. MASTERS k t*oNH, Aie*andr?a, Va. TilOjf '.8 RILEY, feb 1?6m U aahingvtn and D. C. Clt-OH WILLI _ BALTIMORE STEAMSHIP LINE I'.ETWELN NEW YOU BALTIMORE A BOBTON, WLL di.?j??tt-l> a Steamer daily from Baltic and New York, and twice a week from Boetnn to B tltimor* and Baltimore to Boston. This line a/fords ane^teil^d facilities to the tas ness men of the Dwtnct of Coiambi.v The Agent* ?i either point will receive freight and giwe ft throoft hill of lading to Waabinctoa ai the lowest rates at freight and no cnmmie>tii>ue chared. Application* for freight promptly ait' nded to by the following arents: A. C. HALL, 86 Erchange PI -<>, H. B CROMWELL. Comer Washington and Albany xts., N. T. JNO. \V. 8CHANK, j*n 14?ditto Foot of India Wharf, Boston. FOR THE WEST AND SOUTH. BALTIMORE AND OHIO KAlhttOAD IMPROVED AR.RAN <KM AUTS fv>R TRtTBLI IMPORTANT CHANQLB OF SC2JEDCDK! I The let" ecmplftlen of the itval Ohio Railroad Whaling and Columbus, uniting. as It does, by to ?iiort aa<l dir?ot a line, the Beltiraore and Ohio KrJlr^ad with all porticos of the Weat (en^ North an) Sonthweet.) gives thif rote greatly increased a ?rentage* to through travelers fn that direction. 0. ~-ad ifer M.NDAY, November 37, 1864. the tr j.-s wil' be rt?n ae follows: FORTHR0C3II PASSLNGKRS fast trains dally wilt run In each d<reetjoc Pin t?The MAIL TRAIN, lee t log OetoJea Station at 7 e. m , instead ot8 (.'clock ea heretofore, (exoept on Sunday,) end amvlnf at Wheeling at ~l 40 a. m. Sc ?"'nl?The EXPREPSTR AIN, leaving at 3 p. m, ia?r *1 of at 7 p. m., as heretofore, a? J ran ring trrooghto Wheeling tn ebcut 17 heum, reach leg t - ?*. -t 10 25 a. m. Ti?.<> train will rtop at Wash ? li^cu Juii lion, Syk-*vil>, Mcnrcacy, fl*rpee*s Y >?/., Mar ineburg, (sir Jobu'* Cumbtrisnd, I'i uoct, Bosrle-burg, Xewbnrg. ik te-m&n, Farm Ine'eo, Cameron and Honndsviite only, Ibr wood and water and meals. Both these tTa'.ns make pro npt end regular oonnoction wi:h th* earn of the O- rral Ohio RoaJ for Oembridge, Z-.n-svilte, New atL I-ouirvtlle, Dayton, Ssndarky, Tol-'i's Letr it, Indiaaapapfi CLioero, St yrni?,ete. Passengers leaving lialuiaore by the Mkii Tr-'o; w| I reec Oircinuati fer dinner next day, while by the Express Train they arr v? there 1 - the ne&t night, bei:.g kept bat one night on tti* route by eltb-r train I'amapn for the ^cnliwest via CUve and and a'i intermediate jciota can ma^e a direct .onneo tioa with 'he traiRfe apon th* O-eveland end Pitta bu~'z Kallrord at el1 timee wh? t thr Ohio Is naviga ble jjr steamers between Wheel lag ar d Welleville, by 'eaving Ba'rinsr re in ?b? Ma<l 'irain at 7 a. m Pctarning, the Trains leave Wheeling as follews: The HXFRIB2 TBilN at 4 30 p m^ r?eehing f al tlvcw at 8.50 a. m. The MAIL TRAIN at 11.46 p. I r>achirg B^.iimore at m 7 p. 4S"Thir ugh ticket* by boat ftflu Wheeling Ibr Oli ri..nati, M?discs. Looisville, St Lruta and other River Cldes, ? i'l be ao!d at a 1 times when tl c f water will ediiiit. AM" Through tickets between Baltimore and Wa^oin^toc, and all the important rit'.-a and towns In the W-jct, ere sold at the Ticket OSaee cf the Company. FOR WAY PASSENGERS THE MAIL TR MS, iearlng Cand-r f tatioa will tsi' passrng^rs far alltl^i iun&l strid ing r.laoes on tbeltoad Retnrnir.g, fh!? tnun lea'*-* at 11.46 midnight. Oumb^-rland at 10 16 a. m^ eo i ?rrirne at Baltimore at 7 p. m. THE FREDERICK ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, for Frederick and i^t innO^te places, will start at 4 p. m^ daily. (ez?e^t San 'aye) arriving in Freder Iok at 7.40 Re' *iil lea re Frederick tt 9 a. m~ arrlrli-e at Ff Itimore at 12^0, coon 'id* KLLIC lTVa MILL8 ACCOMMODATION will be run dr.lly, (exo'pt BcnAara,) as follows: I<**ve Camdr-n Station at fl a. m. and 8 p. m Leave Ellioott's Miils at IJtO a. m and p. m. WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. TRAINS RVHr AS FOLLOWS: LBAVk uaily, except tund&y, at 6 and ?J( a. m. and 3 and o p xa. On Snsday st 6 a m and 6 pm. Leave HaitiXerr at 4\< and 0am; and 0 and 8 p m. On Sunday at 4Jt( a m and 6 p a. Vhe oonnectk-Lt with Halttenre k Ohie Railroad lb? the Wee; ere by trains leavi&g at 6 a m at>d 3 pa. For PhiladdpLia and !"eir York ?t C, art iyA a a ar l 6 pm. For Annapollk. at 8J4 anisiipc, For Nor.olk at 3 p m. T. H. PAK80MS, Agent Particn'ar atcenlicn Is called to the Hu e requlr> In^ a responsible Toucher for any perooa ?f eolo* wbo n?',y wi"h to pase ov r the read. d?=e 18?dtf Or.AKGE AJD ALEXANDKIA RAIL* J AD. On and after Tuesday, Nov. 7, 1854, rC"HE C&ra leave Alexandria dtlly for Qordon? X vil'e and lnte'n?di*te ?'tations at "If o'clock, a. a, on the arrtval cl the boat trom Waehlngtcn, gii Leg aarl<> time f?r breakfast on board. Con necting at Manassas Jnnct>?n with a trelafor Btrae Surg, at Warren ion Jo. ction with a train for War rrrton, and at Oordonevllie wivh the trains on the Virrlnic Central Railroad f: tRichmond,Charlottes viUe, and Staunton llie ears ieave Gordmsri' e dally tor Alexandria aad intermediate stations, at % befona 11 a. m., on tfc.-' arrival of trains o. the Virginia Ceetral rail read ttosa Riohmoad, CbarU tteevlfie, and tuontcn. TMRODGH TICKETS. ^"rOm Alexandria to Warrentoc - $3 00 Ccrdonrvllle 3 to Charlottesvilia ......... 4 26 Stannicn. 6 00 Btrasburg a 60 Lynchburg 6 7S Winchester g 60 Luray 4 26 New Market 6 00 _ _ 44 Middlebnrg 3 26 Foe Lynchbnrg, conneetlng with the stages at Chsrlo tut villa, cn Mondays, Wed nealaye, and Frl day a For Lnray and New Market, e^nnacting with the ?_^r? *tCnlpepcr,&aTueadaja,Thursdays,aad Sat For Winchester daily, connecting with the stares at Piedmont * MJddlebnrg daily, connecting with dMtages at the Plains. r ^ Per order: W. B. BR0CK1TT, Agant. nor T?dtf ? u a ?? ? M ? >4 n m FOR MOUNT VERNON. . On TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS. ? jiFare round trip $1; from Alex andria 76 cants -The THOMAs COLLYRE leaves Washington at 0 and Alexandria at 0W o'clock. Coaches leave the Capitrl for iceboat A SK o'clk. Cc-ech fore 10 oenta. Pereone wlshlag the Orxxhe? w!!l leers their resi dent* with Geo. i Thoj. Parker Uefreahments on the b^at. oetas?dtf 6ABTL QEDBSY, Cart T1?* YORK * LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. rIE 8UII'S OOMfRISING TaiS UNI AR1 THE? ATLANTIC, Capt. West PACIFIC, Oapt Nye, hALTiO, Capt Cemstoek, ADRIATIC, Oapt Grattrn. TheM ships have been built by contract, exprc Qownment atrvice; every care has been taken in their o bstruction, as in the Enrlnes to insu* strength and sp*ed, and their aeeommoda a ^aaeeagers ar* nneqnalled tor elegance Prtoe of paa=age from New York to LiTsrpocl, in s^^.:rr:.r.:r --^'S B_.| ? _ ? "?e?? e*.IV f*11* ***** mo From Liverpool to New York ?30 and ?20. SJ?*? rorg^on attached to each ship, g-^.y U ??** ?"?1 paid tor. iw freight ee aaamge apply to A&WAlD K. COLLINS A CO-, Wall street, Nee York. BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO, B. G. ROBERTS A 00^ LiT*TpooL jo3??5Ro.nlfS^!'Mr,L ?? Not^e Daae dee Ylrto.ree, Par>e. GEO. B. DRAP7.R, Bavre ownew of Uuae sldps will a? bs aoocotMb?. for gold, nlvar, Wullion, jewelry, pre tous ttcsaee or me?ali, u?1ee? Wis af fadttg are .uned valne thereof tbe-eio eapret: ;1.

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