Newspaper of Evening Star, April 21, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 21, 1855 Page 4
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EVENING STAR, i llfVII or iFiiit ST i. (OlMIStOOM BBOrF. The bod din* Spi1n( rMnnM her bioom, An?i flow'rets anuie aroaad ; - leioiced to 'ee*p? from winter's tlooa. Which hits their beauties ho and The fisather*d songsters of the grove Now warble forth their praiae ; And chirp, m innocence ?nd love, Their ftadeome roandeiays. Aad inMcta, rladdened Into life? On barniato^l pinions fly; And aun ?nd ahower, la genial strife? With balmy xephyra Tie. To bless the eanh?and from her braaat Bid teaming bountiea spring t To fead the mighty and the least? The insect and the king. Wuiiwro*, April, IBM. 'j * i Aim 11 ? \Y. Oane from the hearta that love her. Gone from her h w?e away ; Gone in ber childish beauty, Little Annie Maf. Gone like the moonlight's glimmer From the rippling stream; Gone like the joyous pictures Of childhood's glowing dream. Gone as the flowera of tearful apring, Gone aa the dew at mom; ?one like the aonga of 'ummtr birds, Pled aa the aura at dawn. Bat ia the land of beauty, Of never-fading flowers, Where care and sorrow come not, (A hotiv clime than ours.) Fhe dwelle'h now and kneetetb Beside the throne of God, In praise to bim who raiseth The spirit from the sod. Mas. Partington.?The shadow of something dark fell on the paper we were perusing on Saturday, and looking np, the black bonnet of Mrs. Partington brooded above our head like a detached thunder cloud. We saw at once thai something was wrong. The brow of the dame was troubled like a mountain lake in November, her eye, in the cavernous gloom of the bonnet, seemed unwontedly brilliant, her voice was tremulous as though pent feelings were struggling with some philosophical thumb that was holding it back. "See here," she said, at length, and laid a Transcript before us, much soiled and crumpled, as if ashamed of itself; ''see here," pointing to a paragraph insinuating that it was Mrs. Partington and not Mrs. Patterson that had been discovered at Lowell; "I can be eontentious and unmovable under most things," said she. 44 but this is an importation that I can't stand, any how. What is it that I have lived so long vir tuous, if I am to be treated with this vile caiomel at the last ? Don't you think I could level an attachment on the editor for a label ?" We saw that she was ex cited, and not wishing to ruin the Tran script, we informed her that it was pro bably a typographical error, and that the editor would undoubtedly correct it. She went out to join Ike, who stood down stairs, watching the operation of Mr. Saunders' railway.?Bost. Post. A Distilled Pkiknd.?The Toledo Blade recently told the following:?The other day a gentleman at one of our ho tels was introduced to a stranger, whose name was All Co&n. The stranger's skin was pretty well stuffed and rather shiny, and the odors he exhaled were not of that fabulous kind said to be wafted from the spicy shores of 4 Araby the Blest.' After a while our friend took the introducer aside, and whispering in quired : I say. Jack, hasn't your fnend been distilled ? Why, innocently re joined the other. Because, said he, you called your friend All Corn, and I'll be shot if he isn't all whisky now. I^In one of Rowland Hill's sermons he was speaking of the value of the Gos pel from its relative aim and influence. "It makes," says he, "husbands better husbands, and wives better wives, parents better parents, children better children, masters better masters, and servants bet ter servants; in a word, I would not give a farthing for a man's religion whose cat and dog were not better for it." MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. Xtrme Leave For Dtrut. Nashville Liverpool... New York .Apl. "J St. Louis. Havre New York.-Apl. 11 Africa Liverpool....Boston Api. 14 Illinois ~...Netv York Anpinwall.Api. 20 Washington ..- New York....Bremen-...Apl. 21 Ni-rth 8t*r New York....Havre Api 21 Atlantic Liverpool New York .Apl. 21 America Boeton . ...Liverpool.. Apl. 25 Northern Light....New York....San Juan..Apl 27 Asia. Liverpool.... Boston Apl 28 {fc^Tbr California steamers leave New York on Uie 5th and 29th of each month. ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS. Brswai' Hotal?t f fc a. now*, H L Thomas a lady, Ga D B Wood a lady, NC W Milier a lady, do B W Cowan, do J 1, Tnckn, do T 8 Wood, do D C Wilcox, Ct HA Cautler, do J D Frary, do G W Military, Md J 8 Nailer, Va HA Cauties T 9 Horn, do W 8 Skolfleld and lady, W v\ Bowie, Md Me JTbomae G W Ball, Va N B McLaughlin, USA P Quigley, Del G M Barber, Pi Maj T liable, do L H Morgan, NY Capt G A Bawling, Md N K 8 ro*g, Ky L M Cole, do J I) Bevnolda, NY J H Boucher, do P E Gray, Va J she, NY C J Fallon, do H W Hartley, Pa T Sbt-pperd, do J J Neagle, LS A A tnderson and lady, H M&rcellus, NY Ga MB Mead, do 8 E Latue a lady, Pa Mias Mead, do If H Williams, Mass Mrs Harptr, do V B Ripley, PC Natlomal Hotal- a. a. wtiuu T J Mortnw, Md J L M>r;isoa, III B Carter, do M H Nace, NY J Washington, Va PS Ger Id, Ala W 8 Solomon*. NY J H Potter a neice, Ga T W Waters, do R J Brent, Md D CLeary, do Hon II May do J C Norwood, Pa J Janney, Va Capt Hawling, Md 8 Caraletoa, Ma*a J Cole, do JLMott,jr NY H H Stuart, Va J Bowers, Md 8 < al J well, do E W Pearce, Pa J T Daws, do W lllarifta* Uetal-H a. k i. c. willai?. C L Ward, Pa J Pumpelly, NY C Livinyton, NY Mrs J 8 Lewit, Pa A T de Velasco Mex B R Lewis, do Mr Marvton, NH M Eersndo", Spain Mr March, do T Gsray, do S r Cutting, NY T Ytu? be, do J E Gregg, BC Mr Ytuibe, do W T n< ogh a lady, NJ Mr Gorner, do F W ( hamberiain aad A Mas, do ?ady. do M Albuxer, do 8 B Huong a family, NY T Welsh J A Porter, Ct Paiud Stataa Hotel?s e. baovbit. W H CottrHI C 8 Seibert, Va 8 C Aiwater, Mleb A Fletcher a lady, NY J Williamson, Ga H H Slebmau and lady, F Newells a lady, Fla Pa J T Phelpa, NJ Mrs J 8 8mith a family, A Had way, NY Md W Johnson, Maas W T Cren*aw III MmJ Holmes, Va 8 D Williams, O J Williams, NY J Canned a lady, Ga W D WiHiama, Md O T Parsley, NC N P OfiiU. Va J T Caniwell, Ala 8 La*, Ct Klrkwood Hoais?J a k a JTC Hope, NT T J Maooall, Taan W B Wooster, ; J B Dow til, va ? ConwaU NT C Cummins, do J Hull D AhL Pa 8 Barker, Pa BL tmwtm. do ? Daboey, Md [No. &?.] Nmim aftko taHMiskmunt tf Uu o?Lm of " **gor General of publts land* for ths Territory of Utah. IN virtue of the authority contained in the act ap proved February 21, 1866, entitled "An act to establish the office of surveyor general of Utah, and to grant land for school and university ptirposps," the President of the United States haa directed that the office of surveyor general of >aid Territory be located at Great 8a t Lake City until otherwise or dered. Given under my hand, at the City of Washington thia twenty fourth day of March, anno Domini 1855. JOHN WILSON, Commissioner of General Land Office. 190?Sawflw T?OR SALE?A VERY FINE SADDLE AND JT Bu?gy HORSE. The horse la young, ( grntie and sound, and of fine stock ; would make either a very fine carriage horae, or a very pleasant riding norse. Also, ft?r sale an excellent work horse, perfectly soand. Apply to No. 48 Dunbarton sL, Gcorget'n. mar 1?lawtf ORGANS FOR SALE. A SUPERIOR toned CHAPEL ORGAN; and a fine Rosewood PARLOR ORGAN, both now on exhibition at the Metropolitan Mechanii-s' Pair. They are from the manufactory of HENRY ERBEN of New York. For terms, fcc., apply to Prof. 8CHEEL. on 14th street, north of F. HENRY ERBEN. teb 9II?eotf JOSEPH GAWLKR, CABINET MAKER & UNDERTAKER, between 17th and I8th streets, (Fi'ist Ward.) Old Furniture repaired and new made to order.? Coffins made and Funerals attended to at the short est notice. A share of patronage is solicited, mar 31 - eolm Proposals for building Light Home on "S?t en foot Knoll," month of Fatapaoo River, Maryland. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, ) Orrtct or Liuht Horse Roaud, V Washington, D. C. March 27, 1855. j PROPOSALS will be received until Uie 30th of April next, (on which day the bids will be opened^>r famishing the materials, (of wrought and ant ironr*nd building a light-house, upon screw pile foundations, on "Seven foot Knoll," ?t the inouth of Patapsco river, Md , by the 30th of Decem ber next. Detailed drawings of the plan of the light-hou*? can he *een at this office (No. 67 Winder's Build ing.) Should any bid be accepted, a contract will be ex ecuted at once. No payment will be made antil the whole work is completed; and before it is received it must be ap proved by the agent of the Government appointed to superintend the work?said ag'-nt having power to reject all materials and worknranship not in accord ance with the terms of the contract. The right is reserved to reject any ai?d all bids that may not be deemed advantageous to the public interest. All bids should be tealed and addressed to the un dersigned, endorsed "Proposals for 8even-foot Knoll Light House." EDMD. L. F HARDCASTLE, mar28?eolm Engineer Secretary. WASHINGTON AQUEDUCT. Orrtct Washington Aq sdcct, . 1 Wa-hington, March 7,1855. J PROPOSALS are invi'.ed for graduation, stone and brick masonry, dams, tunnels, and other works of the Washington Aqueduct. Proposals received up to the 8th of May will be opened ai noon of that day. Maps, profiles, and specifications of the work will btt ready Tor examination on and after the 20th day of Apnl next. Proposals wiU be received for the work of partiru lar culverts, hnd*es, kc., as described in the plans and specifications. Portions only of some of tht works can be com pleted under the present appropriation, but all the contracts for unfinished work will be subject to fu ture appropriations by Congress The Engineer re serves the nght to prescribe the amount of work to be done and rate of progress under such contract for each appropriation, and, in case of the appro priation not holding out sufficiently, to decide when and what works shsll be stopped until funds become available. In ca.-e of the enure stoppage of any particular work for want of funds, the reserved ten per cent, will be paid, if, in the judgment of the Engineer, the work has been property execated so far as it has gone. Payments will be made in specie checks aponthe United States Treasury, upon the monthly estimates of the Engineer, reserving 10 per cent.; and it will be a condition of all contractsthat the workmen shall be paid their full wag** monthly and in specie. All bids should be ealfd and endorsed "Propo sals for work on the Washington Aqueduct." The United States reserves the rig tit to reject any or all the bids should they not be deemed advan tageous, and to make such arrangements as u.ay be considered most conducive to the orosreae of the work. Every offer must be accompanied by a written guarantee, signed by one or more responsible per sons, to the effect that he or they undertake that the bidder or bidders will, if his or their bid be accepted, enter into an obligation, within ten days, with good and sufficient sureties, tor the completion of the work undertaken; said guarantee 10 be accompanied by the certificate of the United States district judge, United States dist'ict attorney, navy agent, or some officer of the General Government or individual known to tne Engineer or Department of War, that the guarantors are able to mate good their guarantee. Bids will be opened in presence of bidders if any Of them choose to be present. Fotih of Guarantee. To Capt. M. C Meigs, U. S. Kn^meera : We, the undersigned, residents of , In th? State of ?- hereby, jointly and severally, cove nant with the United btaies and guaranty, in case the foregoing bid of be accepted, that he or they will, within ten da-s after the acceptance ol said bid, execute a contract for the same, with good and sufficient sureties, to perform the work or furnish the articles proposed, in conformity to the terms of the advertisement under which it was made; and, in ca?e the said ? should fail to enter into contract ax aforesaid, we guaranty to make go id ths difference between the offer by the said and the next lowest Didder. A. B. C. D. I hereby certify that, to the best of my knowledge and belter, the above named guarantors are good and sufficient. E F. M. C. MEIGS, Captain of Engineers in Charge. mar 7?eotMayS&wtf MORE NEW DRESS GOODS. WE *p*n io-dny a be-iutiful stock of new and desirable DKES^ GOODS. Rich flounced Barege Robes, in black and colors A large assortment of Organdys and French Lawns Rich Printed Bareces and Silk Tissues Mousselmes and Barege de Lains, in great profusion White Plaid Cambrics, colored, brdlia&ts and chintzes Embroidered and dotted Swiss Muslins Main Bareges in blue, pink, green, brown and tan colors Mourning goods in great abundance, in thick and thin fabnes. also, in STonn A large and Aill stock of staple and domestic ?oods. We name in part 5 pieces bleached shirting cotton of the best brands 25 pieces all pure shirting linens, from 45 cts to ftl per yard Table linens, towellings, and table napkins 1,0U) yards small figured lawus at 12* cts., war ranted fast washing colirs, and well worth 25 cts 1,000 yards Barege de Lain ?t 19?* cts., worth 25 cts All of which we invite purchasers to call and ex amine before making tiieir selection. All articles warranted U> be as represented. OSb We must insist upon the payment of all bills which have been rendered COLLEY k SEARS, ap 12 eogt o23 7th st., 3d door afove Pa av. COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, Rellsf In Flvs Hlnnteit TYLER'S COMPOUND QUM ARABIC 81RUF rpHl increasing demand for this most pleasant, JL safe, end efficacious remedy for all polmonai) diseases, has enabled the proprietor to reduoe ths pric* so as to place it within the reach of nil classes Its superiority over most similar preparations is nt tested by many eminent physicians who have bscx as witnesses of its efficacy when the usual rem* m have foiled; also by thousand of onr most r? speetable cltisens who have used it in their familiei both as preventive and cure with never foiling sue oess fir the last twenty years, daring which period with very little aid trom advertising, Ac., It ha gradually spread mutation over the whole Union. In cases of reoent Ooich Caught, Boartentu, de- it fires immediate relief, and generally cures in a day or two, without interfering with diet or busine-v, ot rendering the system more susoeptible ot Ooldi., ;o chronic eases, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Crimp, Bronehitit, Affectum* of Us Luagt, and Connmp hon, It to always very Vneficial. and seldom foils when commenced in time to perfect a cure. Prioe M and M cents a bottle. Sold wholesale by Patterson A Nairn, Stott A CVv Ridgely A Oo. Alexandria by Peel k Stevens. In Georgetown by Mr. Oiseel 49- TTLZJCS QUM ARABIC CANDY DROfb a similar composition to the above, bat in a milder and cu?r? portable form; they act like a charm on n troublesome Cough, and dear the throat and voice; they contain no Injurious drug, are parttou larly recommended for children, frequenters ot pub Ue ?Men.bUee, public speakers, singers, A*. Price 19}{ *od 16 oents per box. For sale at mast Drug sod Candy 8lose, oct 17?tf 1**L1?-A? the SEN ATI STABLE sooth j-. three good work Morses, and ooe mo sunny t*y vwee. Apply at the Stab lee. or GARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. The Ort?t Parlltf of tk? BiMdl Wot a Particle of Koreajj la It An intunu Rmm for Scrofula, King's Evil, Rlwninrtaa, Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions, Pimples or Pustules on the ffcoe, Blotches, Boils, Chronic Bore Eyes, Ring Worn or Tet5? SraM 4n<1 P4in of the Boom Mid Joints, Stubborn Uloers, Byphilitio Disorders, Lumbago, Spinal Oompla'nts, and aJi the jlinn arising from an Injudicious oie of Mercury, Im prud >noe in 1 lib, or Impurity of the Blood. THIS nlubli Medicine, which has become oel? -L brated for the number of ?xtraordinary cures, ?floated through its agency, ha* iaduaod tha propri ?ton, at the urgent request of their friends, to offer it to the public, which they do with the utmoet oon* fldenoe in its virtu?e and wonderful curative prop ?rti s The following certificates, (elected iron a large number, are, however, stronger testimony man the mere word of the proprietors; and are all from gentlemen wel 1 known in their localities, and of tha highest respectability, many of th?m residing in the city of Richmond. Va. W. BO YD EN, Esq,, of tha Exohange Hotel, Rich mond, known everywhere says he has seen ?he Med. Mne called Clint's Spanish Mixtcxs, administered in over a hundred casee, in nearly all the diseases for wbiohit is reoommended, with the moot aston ishingly good remits He says it is ths most ex traordinary medicine he has ever seen. AGUE AND FKVBR?GREAT CURB.?I hereby sortify that for three yean I had Ague and Fever of the most violent description. I had several Phy sicians, took large quantities of Quinine, Mercury. 1 and I belteve all the Tonics advertised, butaU with out permanent relief. At last I tried Carter*!. Spanish Mixture, two bottles of which -effectually cured me, and I am happy to say I have had neither chills or fevers sinoe. I consider It the best Tonk In this world, and the only medicine that *ver reached my oase. JOHN LONGDEN. Bxavxb Ditch, near Richmond. Va. 0. B. LUCK, Bsq., now in the city of Richmond and for many years in the Post Offtca, has such sonfldence in the astonishing efficacy of Carter's Spanish Mixture, that he has bought upwards of K bottles, which he has given away to the afB'eted.? Mr. Luck says he has never known it to tail when taken according to directions. Dr. MINOS, a practising Physician, and former!} of the City Hotel, in the city of Richmond, says he has witnessed in a nnmb*r of instanoes the effects oi Qar'er'e Spanish Mixture, which were most truly TOrprteing. He says in a case of Consumption, de ^fP^nt oirthe Liver, thu good effects were won SAMUEL M. DRINKER, of the firm of Drinker A Moms, Richmond, waj cured cured of Liver Com plaint of three ? ears standing, by the use of twr settles of Carter's Spanish Mixture. GREAT CURB OP SCROFULA?The Editors of the Richmond Republican h.da servant employed in their press room, cured of violent Scrofula, com bined with Rheumatism, which entirely disabled mm from work. Two bottles of Carter's Spanisn Mixture made a perfect cure of him, and the Edi ton in a public notice, say they '-cheerfully recom meni it to ail who are afflicted with any disease oi the blood STILL ANOTHER CURE OF SCROFULA.?I had * very valuable boy cured of Scrofula by Carter's Spanish Mixture I consider it truly a valuable oaedicine. JAMBS M. TAYLOR, Conductor on the R. F. and P. R. R. Co . Richmond. Va. SALT RHBUM OF TWENTY YEARS STANDING CUnED Mr. JOHN THOMPSON, residing In the city of Richmond, was cured by three bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, of Salt Rheum, which he had for aearly twenty years, and which all the physicians of the dtf aould not cure. Mr. Thompson is a well knows wihant In the city of Richmondf and his Is meft socarkable. Vr cL A. MATTHEWS, of Richmond had a servant iared of Syphilis, in the worst form, by Carter's Spanish Mixture. He says he cheerfully reoom aumds it, and considers it a very invaluable meJI ?ins. EDWIN BURTON, commissioner of the revenue, ?ays he has seen the good effects of Carter's Spanish Mixture in a number of Syphilitic cases, and says it 'S a perfect eure f r that horrible disease. WM. 0. HARWOOD, ef Richmond, cured of old 4oree and Ulcers, which disabled hitn from walking. Took a few bottler of Carer's Spanish Mixture, and was enaMed to walk without a crutch, in a short time pormanen'ly cured. Wnripal Depots at M WARD, CLOSE A Oo? No. S8 Maiden Lane. New York. J; W DYOTT A SONS, No. 182 North Second St., fhiladelpUa BENNETT A BEERS, No. 126 Main street, Rich nond, Va. And for sale by WIARLES STOTT, Washington D. 0; HENRY PEEL, Alexanlria, and by Druggists everywhere. Fricw $1 per bottle, or six bottles for iS; sep 21-Iy ** W VIGORATrNG CORDIAL A PHENOMENON IN MEDICINE. TJEALTH RESTORED AND LITE -a. A LENGTHENED, by DR. MORSE'S INVIGORATING h?-?",0? OORDIAL.?At first the proper t??s attributed to Prof. MORSE'S INVIGORATING ELLXIR OR CORDIAL were deemSfebuloui ^2 public often deceived, could not btitnt the simple and sublime truths annonnoed bv the dlaoovsrer ? Bu? facts, undsniabie ffcets attaeted by wltneei^'ot the highest class and character, are now triumpb ^ doubts. INCREDULITY IS OVER rra^UMe * 01 ^imcny which is perfectly In tU cawc? deplorable eviie arising from a misuse or abase of the various organs which make no the ?vond-.'ful machine called .nan. It restores to full vigor every delloate func tion oonoected with that mysterious oompoutd ag?cy of matter snd mind, neoessary to the repro duction of human lift. To persons of feeble muscu ' or deficient in vl?l power, it is r^m menj?d as the only means of com mu nice tin jr that ^a!^KW1C?proper enjoyment ot all the natural appetite*, as well as the hlzh*r tbe.r Mx or l? *n7 Tha feeble irirL Overwork '??rn9T*t?d youth, ths overworn man of business, ths victim of uervoas de Cnltr f ?tiTl<1,lal aulf"rin? from K?*??ral de an ind f w~knM80f a single ergan, nil P^^^anent relief from the use or this incomparable renovator. To those who to paralysis it will prove s blfm^f1 S *^umrd ****? that terri friTS'f* are S*"7/ P'rt*Pa?who have oc trifled with their constitutions, that they think themselves beyond ths reach of medicine. Let not K1Jx,rd**18 ?ith disease as It exists, without reference to causes, and will not only remove tha disorder! toe If. hut REBUILD THE BROKBN CONSTITUTION. The derangements of the system, leading to ner vous diseases, and the forms of nervous disease it self, are so numerous that it wculdraquiraaoolunu, C1*i*^ie' for which this prepare rated, vis. neuralgia, tic dolereaux, headache. InciD lent paralysis, hysteria, palpitation of the heart, up) na affections, muscular debility, tremors, flatukn?> *Pr'^Luiu*>n*Mti?n in the Dei', numbneee, ^^. I^n ?^? rA ,aental dspreeslon, weakness of the will, Indispo >tk?n to move, taintaess after exercise, broken sleep in i terrifying dreams, inability lo re main la one place r podtion, weaki** of So pS e organs, xexua. inoompotency, melancholv monomania, flnor albas, nking at stom?h?? male irregularities, a ohronic tandenny to misear risge, emacution, and all eomplainto growing out ol a free indnl.-enoe of the passions, and all barrennesc ow"C,MM ^ Whenever the organs to be acted upon are from malformation or strlctural diasan it Is averred MORSE'S INVIGORATING ELIXBR will replaoe weakness with strength, incapacity with eSWenoy, irregularity with uniform and natural ao Ovity, aad this not only without haaard of reaction, * *^pp7 ??*t on. ^e general organisation a^Bear in mind that all maladies, wherever they begin, Unuh with the nervous system, and that the par filiation of the nerves or motion and sensation is phyoical death. Bear in mind also, that for every kind of nervous disease the Elixer Cordial is ths only reliable preparation known. _ M CAUTIOE. "i*t,80*a*i*9Ooaout has been ooun *>?? unprincipled persons. 11 the genuine Coruial will have the the oork of each ?, and the following words blown In the glass Dr., *oras?. ^jjrormtlmg Cordial, C. 19, EIBG, Proprietor, *.Y. ptotTomi00""*1 U pat u* oenoentrated, la Price,?fl per bottle; two for $6; ?ix for tli 0. H. RING, Proprietor, 10'i Broadway, New York. ? AGENTS. Washington?Z. D. GILMAJf Baltimore?S. S. HAKQfi. Riohmond?BENNETTV BEEBJL mar 80?oMso. R. H. GILLET, Oommiellor at Law, Offlos and residenoe in Franklin Row, corner of E and Thirteenth street" Qg FOR POOR AND LABORING MEN. SMALL BUILDINQ ?/>r8 of 10 rest er more, in various yarto of ths City, and Georgetown, at tow paoss, and terms to suit. LLOYD A 00. BOILDI 9 G 8T9H1| Fir- sale, deliverable at the Canal, or WbafTK t? Washington, GeorgeWb-n, or Aisxaadria. LLOYD A 00. 1Mb street, opp. Tmauy Department CLOTHXHQ AID CLOT HUG KATXRIAM. Na*t Mrminn. Bureau of ProvWona anl l lotting, April 2, ISM. SIPARAT1 PROPOSAL?, sealed s?d endowed ??Prcposala for Nary Olnthlng sad Clothing Mi tscials," will be received at this offl-? until 8 o clock p. m , ?n tli* 1st day of May next. for furnishing and doll win*, (on receiving sixty day** no?ic*,) at each or either of tbe nary yards at Cbar'estown, Maeaachu'etts. Brooklyn, > e? Tork, or Oocport, Vir ginia, tbe quantitiee below mentioned o' any or all of tba folio*lng name 1 articles of vary clothing and clothing materials, and such further quantities ot the aam" a* nuy be ordered by tba obief of this bu reau, or by the commandants of tba Raid navy-yards reepeotive'y, during the fiscal yeir commencng on the let day of July next, and ending on the 80th of June, 1850, via: Pea jacket*, made of blue pilot cloth 2 000 Rcnnd jacket*, made of Mae cloth 3,000 Trowssra, mide of h ue cloth 8.500 Blue flannel over ?fclrts ....... ft,009 Blue (laurel under hlrta 6.000 Bine flannel drawers ..... mm*,,,,,, 5,000 Blue flannel jumper*. 3.Q00 Bine flann~l, ;n the pi*oe yards 60,000 Barnaley - haetiog frocks , 2.000 Canvas du?k troweera 9,0 0 Barnsley sheeting, in the piece yards 16,000 Canvas duck, In tne pi?ce yerda 8 000 Blue clo h cape.?*??? ........ ??,,?? ???. 4,0(0 Calf skin shoes. .. ..pairs 4 000 Kin skin shcea, high cut jai's 4 000 Weollen a cks, Nos. 1 and 2~ pairs 8,000 Mattressee, (with two covers each) 2, 00 Napkin, blue yards 8,000 Blankets .. 8,000 Bla**k silk handkerchiefs 6,000 Blue satinet trowsera 3.000 Blue satinet, in the pie*e yards 6.000 The cloth for the pee jackets shall be twilled pilot cloth of American manufacture, pure iniigoMue, wool dyed. It shall be 64 inebea vide, and weigh ?8 onnoes ver ya-d It ihall have a list on each edge composed of 21 whits threads, of all woM. All pie ea weighing lesa than 25 ounces per ja*d will be rejected; and each bale of about 300 yards, must av erage /ft onnoes per yard. The cloth f r round jackets, blue eloth trowaers, snd bin-caps shal betwill?d, all wool, of American manufacture, and pure indigo blue, wool dyed. It aball have a list on ea:h *dg< compo-ed of 24 whi'e 'bread, cf all wool. All pieoea under 171 ounces per ? art) will be rejected ; and each bale of about J00 yards must av-rage 18 ouuoea per yard. T- e satinet m ist be American manufactured, 77 iocbes wine inside of I st. which list mu>t cons!?t of notices than 12 whi*e wo: lien threada on etch edge of the cloth, woven in the whole length ot th* p:ece; must weigh not 1-se than PJ ounces p*r yard to contain in each pieoe about 2H yard4; the wsrp must be cotton, pure i dlgo b ue. yam dy?d ; a* d the filling wool, pure indigo bl ?e. wool dyed. Each bale of 400 yards shall average 9% ounces to the yard, end no piece st all be b?dow 9\{ ounree to the yard. The sat'net trousers mi>i; be made of mat? riai like th* above. Tbe flannel muit be all wool, American manufac tured, wool dyed, pure indtgo blue, and twilled; must be 1 piece* of 60 y ris in length, 27 iT-he wide, weighing 5 ounces per y?rd, with a list on ach edge of 4 white woollen threats woven in the whole lenoth of the pi ce To b? packed in bales o? 10 pieces, the pieces to be rolled s?pirat?ly vrithout cloth boards B-ch balet"* contain 500 yards and 16t% pounds flannel. No pie~e to h-?ve a less aver age weight than 4<8-10 o " ncea per yard The overshirts, undershirts, drawers, and jump ers rau^t be male of fl?nn-l like th? above The Barnsley sheet ng mu t be free from cotton, 80 inches in wilth; weight twelve ounces 31-100 per y rd; texture 4 hy 4 to '-18 inch. Tbe canvas duck must be free from cotton, 27 inches in width, and about 36 yards in the pi*ce, double thread, w?rp and fi linir. weight e'fht ounces ' 3 100 per yard. Texture 9 by 10 to ? inch. The shoe* must be tamped with the contractor's name, nun be r of shoe, aid year when made; ?he aises to be in the following proportion for each 60 pairs, unless other?, ise ordered, vi*: 4 of No. 6, 9 of So. ? 11 of No. 7,12 of No. 8,9 of No. 9. 3 of No. 10, 1 of No 11. They are to conform in all reepects to tha aamples at the yard , and te be delivered in good strong boxes, 50 pairs in each. The nane of the contrac tor. contents, and the jeer when made, marked on ea-h box. The calf skin and the klp>*kin shoes to be packed in separate brxes The woollen a*cka muat be woven or knit, and confrrm to samp'e. The mattrea-es mu?t'weigh 10 pound', including ticking, which i- to be cut 6 f?e* in lenith and 31 if chea wide The covers iou?t measure 71 inches in length and 29 inches in width. The hair, ticking, and oovers mu t cot form to samp ea. The nankin must be the best blue American nan kin, 26 incb-s wide, texture 5 threads by 4 thr^ds to the 18.h of an inch, dyed with pure Brrgal in digo. The blankets must weigh six pounds per pair, anl measure 68 by 78 inchea ea-h. A tale of 60 pairs muet weigh J00 pounds, and no pair shall weigh less than 5 pound* 13 ounws. They must be of American mtnu!acture, male of clean wool., and ea^h b'anket munt be marked "U. 8. Navy." The black sili handkerchi-fs must be 31V$by31Jf inchee, and weigh 1 rnn?e and 12 grains Troy; tex ture 14 by 23 to % inch. A achedule of the thr*e siaea for eaah 100 pieces of made up clothing will be found with the a?mples at the respective yards; and all the ab)ve articles, in cluding th? necemary buttons, rings, Ac , are to be fully equal In th? quality, texture, oolor, weight, and finish of material, and conform in patt rn, aiaes, an l workmanship to sai l aamplea. The number cr quantity wbi<;h will be reqnired of each of th* for?going articles cannot bo precisely stated. It will not be less, however, than tne quau tity SDedfied In the foregoing list. The contracts wi 1, therefore, be mad>- for the quantity of each ar ticle so sp -cified, and for su-h further quantitv a the bureau m -y require. The price mutt te uniform at all the ilati' n* All the ab-^ve articles must be subject to such in. apection at the plaoe of delivery aa th* chief of this hu-"au may direct; and no article will be received that is not fully equal to the sample in every re spect and which does net conform to the stipula tions and provla'ona ol th* oon'rart to be n>ade The whole mu?t be delivered a* the ri-k and ex pena-of the contractor. >ach box and bale to be marked wi'h the contractor's name. The lnrpecting ?CTcent to be appointed by the Navy Department. The offers must distinguish th?* prices for rach ar ticle m-ntioned, an I mutt be calculst-d to oover ev^ry exr^nse attending tbe fulfilment of the con tract, including the necessary buttons. In oase of failure on the part of tbe contractors to deliver the 'everal articles which mayb*ord>red from thein, a< the proper time and oftheprfjyrqti'jU ily, the Chl^f r t the Hureau of Pr<">vialons and Cloth ing shall be authorised to purchase or direct pur chases to he made of wh*t ma) be required to sup ply the deficiency, under the penalty to be expressed In the o^ntract; the record of a requisition, ? r a du plicate copy thereof at the Bureau ol Provisions and Clothing, or at either ot the navy yards afore said, shall he evld? ce that such requisition has been made ? nd received. Two or more approved auretiee In % sum equal to the estimated amount of the respective contract* will be r??qaired, and ten per centum will be with held from the amount of all payments on account thereof as collateral security; and not in any e*ent be paid until it Is, in all re*p*o'soornplied with; and ninety per centum of tbe amount of all da |*e*ias made will be raid by the navy agent within thirty days ater triplicate bills, uly authenticated shall have been presented to him. Biddera whoee proposals are accepted (and none othera) will be forthwith notified, and as early as practicable a contract will be tranamlttwl to them for execution, which con tract mu*t be returned to the bureau within five days, exclusive of the time required for the regular transmission of the mail. A record, er durlioate of the letter informing a b?dd r ot the acceptance of bi? proposal: will be deemed a notification thereof, within the meaning of the act of 1846, and hi* bid will tw made and ac cepted in conformity with the understanding. Kvery offer ma^e must be accompanied (as di rectei in the aet of Congress making appropriations for the naval aerviee for i 846-'47, approved 10th August, 18t?) by a written guarantee, signed by one or more responsible persons, to the rffc-ct i hat he or they undertake that the bidder or bidders will, if hia or th-dr bid be aoc-ptcd. enter into an obligation within five daya, with good and auffldent sureties to fjraisH the aipplies proposed. The bureau will not be obligated to consider any p-opo?al unles< ac companied bv the guarantee required by law; the oompeteDcy of the guarantee to be certified by tha navy agent, district attorney, or the oollector of the cust/ ms. B'ank formt rf propttalt may be obtained on ap plication to the navy agtntt at Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Poi'on, Ne%o Fork. Philadelphia, Balti more, Washington, Norfolk, Ptnsaoola, and at this bureau The attentim of bidden is called to the samples and description of articles required as, in the inspection before reception, a juit but r?gid compirison will be made be w en the articles offered and the samples and contract receiving none tha? /all below them; and (heir atte-hon is also pa^Andarly directed f<? the annexed joint resolution, tn addition to the oat of the 10di of August, 1846. Extract from the act of Centres# approved August 10, 4,Blc. 6 And be it further enacted, That from and after the parage of this act evary proposal for na val supplies invited by the Secretary of tbe Navy, under the provito to tbe general appropriatiotfbUl for the navv, approved March third, eighteen Lun deed and forty-jthree, shall be accompanied by a written guarantee, signed b7 one or more responsi ki? n*rssn<. to the effejt that he or they undertake 'hat the bidler cr bidders will, if hia or their bid be accepted, antar Into an obligation in auch time aa may be prescribed by the Seoretary of the Navy with good and sufficient sureties, to furnish the sun! piles prop a*a. No proposal shall be considered un leas accompanied by auoh guarantee. If after the ?f ^ thereof'o tba bidder or bidders, he or they snail foil to enter into an obligation within thf time primsi Iheil by tbe ftssr^tary of thjB if.vv with good and suflUUnt sure 2r?!r sawaiasft siss.'jssa^'ss^ss^iSLii^ tween Ihf amount Buutiliwl to tbi^pwpM^ ? ptrutM and ths amount fcr mtMW tor fernifhiag the ? whole reriod at the ptopoaal ^J^T1 ara'.nal Mid bidder or bidders, e?d bla or th^ir jw as tor or guaran'ors; and tha same mar be Immedi ately recovered by tha UnH-d States, ter tha u? ?f th* Nary Department, In an eetton of debt nst either or ail of sa'd persona.* fPabik^Ho.T.1 Joint Raeoumow relative to bids tor provldons, clothing. and smsJl store* tor tha ueeof tha navy. Resolved by t\e Senate and Bohm nf Eeprrjeml* tioet of 0* staieM of ****** temUtd, That nil bids tor supplies of prorlidora, elothlni and am all stores tor tha use 01 tha n?n ... ba reacted, at tha option of tha department, if ^i.b,T?Vho la Dflt of. or regular dealer In, tha article proposed to be furniaheO?We*> ***? or *?* 7*!^ t^^W-Jl Unctlr stated In the bid* offered; that the ^of p??L who may have tolled to ?mPl7jdththa conditions of any eontrsets thsyaSl! oualy entered into with tha ?n?rLw?d -thit to tha option of tha department, ba r^eeted, that ti morTthan one bid bToffered for the repp?f ? article on aooonnt of any one party, either in own name, or in the name of bia !>*??*' cl*** any other peraon, the whole of such bida ehall be re Jected at the option of the department; and that co partners of any firm shall not be received aa Bu^ tlaa tor each other; and that, whenever It may oe deemed neoeasary, tor the lntaraa t of the m- nt and the health of tha crews of tha Lulled States veseela. to procure particular brand* of flou which are known to keep beat on distant station*, the Bureau of Provisions and and Clothing, with the approbation of the Secretary of tha Navy, be. and hereby la, authorised to procure tha aame ot the bast terms, in market overt Approved 27 March, 1864. April ??Uw4 w DOCTOR HOOFLAND'S CELEBRATED (German Bitters,! PR*Tab.ID IT Dft. C. M. JACK80H, Philad'a., Pa., WILL EFFECTUALLY CTU LITER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICE, Chronic or Ntrvoue Debility, Di?eoaaa of tke Kidney, and all rftseases orwis; from a dio jrdered Liver or Slommek, ducti a* Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullne?e, ?h lllood to the Head, Acidity of the dtomacb, Nau aea, Heartburn: Dngust for food, Fulliiesa m weight in the Htomaeh, Sour Eructationa, Sink ing or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, dwim ming of the Head, Hurr ed snd difficult Breathing, Pluitering at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensations when in a lying Posture, Diinr.ese ot Vision, Dots of Webs before the Sight, Fever anf Dull Pain in the H*-a<l, Deficiency of Perspiration Yellownes* of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in th? Side, Hack, Cnest, Liuibs, fcc., Sudden Flu?h<+ of Heat Burning in l he Flesh, Constant Iniagui ings of Evil, and great depression of Spirits. 'I 'HE proprietor, in calling tne .attention of th' X public to this preparation, does so with a feel ::;g of the utmost confidence in its virtues and ada;> tition to the diseases for which it is recommended It is no new and untried article, but one that ha loed the test of a ten years' trial belore the Ameri cm people, and ita reputation and sale is unnvallei u> any similar preparations extant. The te*um"n> in its favor giveu by the moat prominent and well <'iown Physicians and individuals, in all parta ot nc country is immense. The following from Nortfc (Jan lata is respectfully sub ;.itL:d, referring an> who may still doubt, to ray "Memorabilia," or Prar tical Receipt Book for Farmers and Families, to b* had gratia, of a'l the Agents tor the German Bitters Principal Office and Manufactory, 15*0 Arch at., Philadelphia, Pa. TESTIMONY FROM NORTH CAROLINA. Certificate of Dr. W. Smith, of Pine Hiil, Rich mond County, N. C. Pins Hili., March 4th. 1854. Dr. C. M. JACMOK, Philadelphia?D?-ar Sir: I have been a subject of Dyspepsia, in its worst f nn, for the last five years. Such was my condition fo .welve month* that the physician* and all who saw me said I must die. While in ttea condition, I waf carried to the watering places in Virginia, Tennes see and North Carolina, but vaas not benefited b> any water to which I was tatosn. While on my way home, I stopped a week at Rutherforitoo, ? snial 1 village in North Carolina, to try the eff.-ct ??l | sOMie Chalybeate water in that place. About the | last of the week, 1 went into a drug store to ge> some medicine for my child and myseif. Tber* were several of the village physicians in the store, and one of them seemed to take some interest in my case and, after asking me some questions, said he had been a dyspeptic, and had been greatly bene fitted by the use of " Dr. Hoofljnd's German Bu ters," prepared bv yru, and he insisted that 1 would try the Bittxra he alw> called the next day at m> room, and insl-ted so much that I would try them that I asked him to get me one bottle. He did it, and I commenced taking it aa directed, and I do sa> I was more benefitted by it than all the water ano medicine I had ever taken. After reaching home one of my neighbors came to me for a prescription and medicine, (he a dyspep tic,) and i gave him nearly all the Bitters I had left, waich effected much good in bia case. He hai> often called on me for more of the same k nd of medi cine, saying he was more benefitted by it than any other be had taken, but I have not been able to gel aay more for him or myself ?. 7... ? ?, ther?^ .ore, please ahip me a dozen or more as soon as pos sible. Respectfully yours, W. SMITH. D. R. HOOKER, Roger's Store, Wake Co., N. C-, October 24.1853, says:??' Having experienced very Peat benefit from the use of " Hoofiand's German itters,"' in Chronic Dysentery and functional de^ rangemcnt of the Liver, and ita concomitant eviU, 1 am desirous of obtaining a quantity of it for the benefit of my community. You will, therefore, please send a lot, kc. fcc. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J. ATWOOD. Hcittsvillb, Yiduk Co , N. C-fNov. 1st. 1853. Di. C. M. Jackson?Dear Sir: Allow me to ex press to you my sincere thanks for your discovery | of a medicine which, to say the least of it, has ef fected a cure that all other medicines, thut 1 hav? .aken. have entirely failed to do. "Hoofiand's Ger man Bitters" have ?ured me of tha mo?.t stubborn and aggravated case of the riLis that, perhaps, ever fell t? the lot of man. My case is not a stranger in ttiis community, as I am well known in this and the -urrounding counties, and can truly bav that my re covery has astounded all my friends and relations, as I had tried everything recommended, and nothing did me any good until I was prevailed upon to tr> the Bitters. You are at liberty to i?ake any nee oi this communication, for the benefit of the afflicted, you may think proper. Truly voura. WM. J. ATWOOD. These bitten are entirely vegetable, they invigorate and strengthen the system, never prostrate it, and can be used for infants as will as adulu. For s*le by respectable dealer* everywhere, anri by Z. D. GILMAN, Washington; J. L. KIDWELL, Georgetown; and J. R. PIERPONT, Alexandria. mar 1?ly Private Medical Treaties OR TH1 PHYSIOLOGICAL VIIW Of MARR1AQI, M. B. LA CROIX, ?. D? ALBANY, N T. 450 Paget and 130 Vina Plain and OoVorad Litho (rapbs and Plate*. 4V Prlaa only II Casts. IWBent free of portage to all parta of tha Dnion^l OHKAPKRT BOOK BTBB PUBLI8HIP, and oontatalag ?early d uble tha quantity ot reading matter in that of the FIFTY CRNT8 OB DOLLAR PUBLICATIONS. It treats on the PHYSIOLO GY OP MARRTAQB. and the i secret U fir ml tier ana disorder of youth and maturity, re sulting from exoeraea, which destroy the physical and man tal powers, with observations on marriage, ita duties and diaquallflcatlonB, and their remedies; with lithographs, illustrating the anatomy and physiology, and diseases of the repro iuctive organs of both sexes, their structure, uses and functions. A popular and comprehensive trea tise on the duties and oaauaJ^i* . f single and mar ried life?happy and fruitiul aJ'iauoes, mode cf se curing them?lnfel'.oimus *.zjX InJeiUle onsa?their obriaSon and reg-oval?'mportant hints to thoee aontemplating mstrimrny, that will overoome ob lections to It; none, howerar. should take this im portant step vri'hout first consulting Its pages oommentaries on tha aiseases and medical traatmaat of females from lnlancy to old ace, each case graph ically illustxatad by beautiful lithographic plates? nervoas debility, Its causes and euro, by a pre esse at once so simple, rafc and effectual, that tailure Is impossible?rulsa Ibr dally management?an essay an Spormatorrhcea with practical oheervatkms on a safer, and mora suooaasful mod* of treatment?pr? sautkmary hints ot tha evils resulting from ampiri sal praetioa?an essay on all diseases arising from Indiscretion, with plain and simple rulss by which all persons can cure themaclvee without mercury? remedies lot those self inflicted miseries and disep pointed hopes so unfcrtunately prevalent in the foung. It Is a truthful adviser to tha married and those contemplating marriage. Its perusal is par Uoularly recommended to persons entertaining se wet doubts of their physical condition, and who are xnsekras of having haaarded the health, happiness IfP^privileges 10 w^cJl every human being is en Price 26 eents par copy, or ffre copies Ibr one dol lar. Mailed free of postage to any part of the Uni ted States. N. Bs?Those who pcafcr may oonsult Dr. La Gaca apon any of the disss ses upon which hi? hook treats aitber personally or by mall. Medietas sent to any part ef the Union according to directions, salklv packed and earatelly sesured from all nhssi UMii Addxess Dr. M. B. LA OROIX,No. tl Maiden Lac or Port Office Box Vf9, Albany. V. Y. i:"?10 ^>**??*? TRAVELERS' M1UCUTORY. Mott Bed^U'i Lin*, witV TOR*, ALEXANDRIA JFJiAHlMOTOM CITY, AND DISTRICT OF OOLUMMJA ' PACKETS rrtHIB LIN* OF PACKETS 8AIL8 W1ZKLT I from pier 14 Ka?t River, New York. uU aftcMr IHaeceesary,??<? w compos of the foilowtag tm eiMi tbwcIi: New ecbr. A. T. Btidl, Bgdellj ?ww. New Klir. Matt Bed*U, A. V. TitieiU. Schr. Ann D.,Wmi Oliver, natter. 8c h'. l'oUiMt,L. A. Smith, neater Schr. Cmnifcr fa C%uf, Wogium, Schr. Ornwray, Wil?OB, muttr. Tbew vriffli are all fast tailm, ud the naaen ?en of experience in tbe trade, and the only rep lar line of Washington Cite packets. MOTT BEDELL, Wall street, N. Y. 8. 8. MASTERS fc SONS, Alexandria, Va. THOMAS RILEY, feb 1 <hu W asliinrtoe and 0. C. CROIWBLL'R BALTIMORE STEAMSHIP LINE BETWEEN NEW YORK BALTIMORE * BOSTG*, "IRriLL dispatch a Steamer daily fW>m Baltimore f j and NewYork, and twice a ve?k from B>?k>b to Baltimore and Baltimore to Boston. This line afford* unequalled facilities to tlie bod ness men of the District of Columbia. Tbe Agmto at either point will receive freifbt and fire a throng bill of ladinf to Washinrton ai the lowest rate* of fn-ight and no commission? charged. Applicauoas for freight promptly attended to by -the fo'towiag agents: A- C. HALL, X Exchange Pi ce. Baltimore. H. B CROMWELL, Comer Washington and Allien} ?*., N. Y. J NO. W. 8CHANR, Jan 14?d3m Foot of India Wharf, Bootoa. FOR THE WEST AND SOUTH. BALTIMORE ANV OHIO RAIhKOAJ). HfPROVED AREAN.KMBNTS FOR TT.ATMLI IMPORTANT CHANGU OF 9CHKDCDXII gr?B The late ortcpletlon of tba f?hk> Railroad betweea fWUng and Columbus uniting. aa tt do**, by so short and direet a liae. tha Baltimore and Ohio Railroad with all portions of tb? W?t (ani North ?ud Southwest,) gives this rout* greatly increased \1 vantages to through travelers in that directloa. ?la and afar MONDAY, November 27, 18*4, tha trains will be run aa fallows: FOR THROUGH PA8SKNQER8. Two fost trains daily wil' run in each direction irst?The MAIL TRAIN, leaving Camden Station it * i d , instead of 8 c'olock ?s heretofore, (exoept >o Sunday,) and arming at Wheeling at 2 40 a. m. ?econd?The KXHKESP TRAIN, leaving at 5 p m, nstead of at 7 p. m., as heretofore, and rannlag 'irough to Wheeling In about 17 hcura, rearh1ag there at 10 26 a. m. This train will step at Wash - ngton Junction, l?yk**vilV, Mca^eeey, Harper's f tt7, Mar-insbnrr. Sir John'* Ran. Camberiead, i'irdmont, Rowlesburg, Nswburg. Feitenaan, Farm Ingten, Cameron and MoutadUvMe only, for wood and water aad meals Both these trains make arompt and regular nonncction with the oars of tha Central Ohio Road for Cambridg-, Zan-oviUe, New irk, Columbian, Cincinnati, LoeisviHe, Dtykia, 4andusky, Toledo Letrolt. Indianapolis. Chicago, ?U LouiV etc. Passengers leaving Baltimore by tha Hail TrVn; will reae' Cincinnati for dinner next lay, while by tha Kxpreas Train they arrve there it 12 the next night, being kept but one night on the route by either train Passengers for tbe Northwest via Cleveland and ail Intermediate points can make a direct i on Mo tion with 'he trains upon th* Cleveland and Pitta burg Railrord at all times wbe- the Ohio Is narka ils for steamers between Wheeling asd WelievlUa, by leaving Baltimore in ;he Mail Train at 7 a. m. Returning, the Trains l?ave Wheeling as follows: rhe EXPRESS TR^TN at 4 'Mo reaching Bal timore at 9^) a. m. The MAIL TRAIN at 11.46 p. m . reaching Baltimore at m 7 p. 09"Through tickets by b~at from Wheeling for Cincinnati, M*dison. LcuirTtlla, 8t. Lruis aad other River Cities, ?ill he sold at a 1 times whea tbe stags f water will admit. 8^ Through ticket* between Baltimore aad Wasnington, and all tbe important cities and trwaa a the West, are eold at tbe Ticket OtRoee of tha Oompany. FOR WAY PA88EN~ER8. TUB MAIL TRAIN, leaving Camden Station will take passengers for all the usual stopping pi* the Road Returning, i his train leaves Whoebag at 11.45 midnight. Cumberland at 10.1A a. m^ aad arrlrrs at Baltitarre at 7 p. m. THE FKklDEKJCK ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, for Frederick and Intermediate places, will start at 4 p. m., daily, (except Bun'lay?) arriving in Fredor iok at 7.40 Re^urt-ing will leave Frederick at 0 a. mM arriving at Baltimore at 12.30. noon THE ELLIC JTA*d MILLS ACCOMMODATION will be run dally, (exempt 8ondava) as follows: Leave Camden ttati^n at 6 a. m. and t p. m Leave RUicott's Mills at 7 JO a. m and 6.30 p. m. W ASHING TON BRANCH RAILROAD. TRAIN8 RUN A8 FOLLOWS : LBAYK daily, azoapt Sunday, at 6 aad 8* a. m. and 8 and 6pm. On Sunday at 6 a m aad 6 pm. Leave Baltimore at 4^ and Sam; aad ? aad S * On Sunday at 4jf a m and Spa. The connections with Baltimore A Ohio Railroad for the West are by trains lsaviag all a m aad 3 p a For Philadelphia aad New York at 6, aad l^am and 6 pm. For Annapc lis at 8^ a m aad 6pm. For Noriolk at 8 p m. T. H PARSONS, Agent. Parti'u ar attention is nailed to the Rale reqatr* ing a responsible voucher for any peraoa af eolor wbo m^y wish to paaa ov .r the rood. dec 13?dtf OSASOS AJTD ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. On and after Tuesday, A'or. 7, 1854, THB Cars leavs Alexandria daily for Oordoai* ville and iatorms^if.te stations at 7a o'clock, a. m~, on the arrival ot 'he boat frt a Washiagton, giving ample time for breakfast on board. Con necting at Manaaeas Junction with a train for Strae burg, at Warrenton Ju ctaon with a train for War? ronton, and at Oordonsville with the trains on tha Virginia Oentml Railroad for Richmoad, Cluriottoa villa, aad Staunton. The oara laave Qordoatvllle dailv for Alexandria and intermediate stations, at ^4 before 12. a. m., oa the arrival of the trains ot the YlrgituaOentral rail road from Richmond, Char<ott?wvlUe, and 8 ta an tot: THROC0H TlCRETS. from Alexandria to Warrenton....^ ..$2 00 ? 44 Oordorovllle 8 60 ? - Charloctssvilla 4 26 ? M Staunton 6 90 M M Strasburg 8 60 u " Lynchburg 876 " " Wlflohester 8 60 ? ? Luraw 4 26 ? 44 New Market 6 00 ? M Middle burg 2 26 For Lyachburg, ocinecticg with tha stages at Charlottesville, oa Mkadaya, Wodaaadays, aad Fri days For Loray and New Market, oennacting with tha at Oulpeper, cm Tuesdays, Thoradaya, aad Sat s aces i orday. ... For Winchester daily, oenneotlng with tha at Piedmont For Middle burg daily, oonaecting with tha at the Plains. Par order: W. B. BROCUTT, aov 7?dtf FOR MOUNT VERNON. jt?On TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS. round trip $1; from Alax andria 76 oenU ?The THOMAS COLLYER leavoa Washington at 0 and Alexandria at 9^ o'clock. Coaches leave the Capitol for the boat at I# o'clk. Coach fore '0 cents. Persons wishing the Coaches will laave their real denoe with Geo. A Thoe. Parker Refreahments oa the boat. Oct 28?dtf SAMtL QRDNBY. Ospt VUEIEW TORR * LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES ^^MAIL 8TEAMER87 rpHI SHIPS COMPRISING THIS LIN I ARE T ATLANTIC. Capt. West PACIFIC, Oapt. Nye, BALTIC, Capt. Oemstaak. ADRIATIC, Oapt Graftoa. These ships have beaa built by ooatraet, oxpresf Ij for Government service; every care has beea taken in their construction, as la the Raglans to Insure strength aad spead, aad their aaaommoda tions for passengers are unequalled for and comfort. Price of pasnga from New York to Liverpool, ta Drf^t cao:n f ISO ?T"0! ??? ...n.... 70 ?Bcladve use of extra siae state roams 800 From Liverpool to New York ?80 aad iA Aa fxperieooed iargeon to No berth oan be sscurod until paid foe. For freight er passage apply to EDWARD R COLLINS A 00., M Wall street. Hew Ycfk. BROWN, SHIPLEY A OO, _ LiverpcoL E. ?. ROBERTS A CO., 18 Ring's Anna Yard. JOHN MUNROB A CO. 98 Rae Notre Dame doe YVrtoiree, Paris. GfcO H. DRAPER, Havsa. As owners at these ahipe will mot bo aeeoantable for gold, Aire*, built oa, spaala. iewalry, presioas stones or aMtals, ualoss IQls of ledlag are ? therefor, aad As valae thsrisf thsreta stmt aef li?dly

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