Newspaper of Evening Star, April 25, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 25, 1855 Page 4
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INC STA THE EVE JUG HOUB IT SYVOII. Th* femM was over, the slaves gone, The dwarfs and dancing girls had nil retired; The Anh lore and poet's *n?g were done, And every sound of revelry expired ; Tha lady and her lover, left alone, The rosy flo.?d of twilight's sky admired ; Av* Maria 1 o'er the earth and tea, That heavenlieat hour of Heaven is worthiest th ! Ave Mana, bleaeed be the honr ! The time, the ciinia, the spot where I so oft Have f. It that moment in its fullest power Sink oVt the earth so beautiful and soft, While swung ih* deep bell in the dinant tower, Or the faint dying day hymn stole aloft, And not a breath crept through the rosy air, And yet the forest leave.- seem'd sttrr'd with pray r. Ave Maria, 'tis the hour of prayer! Ave Maria, Tis the hour o( love! Ave Maria, may our spirit* dars Look up to thine and to thy 8?>n's above I Ave Mana, oh that face so fair ! Those flowneast eyes beneath the Almighty do\e, What though tis but a pictured image strike That painting is n:? idol? \is too like. Sweet hour of twilight?in the solitude of the pine forest and the silent shore J Which bounds Ravenna's immemorial wood, Rooted where once the Adrian wave flow'd o'er, Where the lan C Marian fortress stood, Evergreen forest ! which Boccacia's lore %nd Drvden's lay made haunted ground to me, flow have I loved the twilight hour and thee. The shrill cicalas, people of the pine, Making their summer lives one cease1 - Were the sole echoes, save my ste-? ', * _d . *' And vesper bells that waves *!e boughs aSoni' ' The spectre huntsman of , mesti's ii?P, *' wwhflU!!3i *Ud ch**e' *nd th? thro ig Wnich learned ,roin th,a example not to fly From a tru**. lover?shadow'd my mind's eye. Oh, Kesperus! thou bringest all good things 'iiome to the weary, to the hungry cheer, To the young bird the parent's brooding wings. The welcome stall to the o'er labored steer! Whate'er of peace about our hearthstone cling# Whatc'er our houcehold gods protect of dear.' Are gather'd round us by the look of rest; Thou bringest the child, too, to the mother's brea -t Soft hour' which wakes th* wish and melts tlic heart Of tho^e who sail tbe seas, on the first day, When thev from their sweet friends are torn apart; ' ?r fills with love the pilgrim on his way, As the far beU of ve?per makes him start, Seeing to weep the dying day's decay ; Is this a fancy which our reas?*n scorns? *h sorely nothing dies bu; something mourns. A 'Biting Jokb.?At the embodiment of the Edinburgh militia, in Dalkeith, their noble Colonel was inspecting the men individually. In doing so, his at tention was attracted to a recruit, well known in the Canongate, who has, it seems, given up the calling of 41 Canil Coals!" to shoulder Brown Bess. 441 am afraid you won't do," said his Grace to the man; 441 wonder they passed, you:" 14 What way (Scotch for why,) said the recruit. 44 Why ? Because you have lost youi front tee .h; you will not be able to biti the cartridge." 44 Wull I no'!" said the coalman, who did not know he was addressing his Grace; 44 put yer finger in my mouth, sir. an' ye'11 soon ken whether I can bite or no." The Duke did not put the suggested experiment to the test. A Potato Conspiracy.?The Phila delphia Pennsylvanian says that a secret association exists in that city composed of the dealers in potatoes, who by inge nious management have covered with their contracts and operations all the region of country from which the city ol Philadelphia draws its supplies of that vegetable. In this manner it is alleged that the conspirators have monopolized the supplies to such an extent that thej have the market entirely at their mercy and can keep up the prices to suit them selves. Tj* The last case of absence of mind is recorded of a lady, about to 44 whif up some eggs for sponge cake, wh< whipped the baby and sung Watt's cradli hymn to the eggs. '.''RIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS Browai' llotal?t- r. a m. mown. I?r C Johnston, Md R L See'y, Pa R K Smith, do HA Box, ind W A Dunn, NC A L Pennington, do \ Anderson, Tenn McH Cratton, do A \rnold, Mo J |j Huyelte, Md 11 D Lawrence, NY 11 G Pant. DC C de Moreno, Cuba H 6 Goodloe, NC G T leanings, Ky S Raddin & familv, Mas? C Flanegan, Ind T I'uffis & lady, Va E Phillip*. La MB Woolsey, t'SN J Nason, NY Rn Gaines, Va ?; Harding, Pa Mrs Gaines,do S H Lewis, Md LA Stoneman, Pa t. I) Towle, Va T Stoneman, do L Kearney, Md W H Kinney, O J F. King, Va Miss M * Haoter, do Dr T I) Huett,Md National flntal?a. o. wiluid W McCerren, ? W Lippitt, El E T Clemens, NC Mrs Lippitt, do Capt R Waid, 8C A Miller, Austria VV Laurence. NY A Hague, Pa W H Hall, U8N S O.S^usheiiii, do Hon T G Pratt Ma K II I^val, A.i ncuffi J J Wright, III n Aubin, NY C Rogers, Md H O Hawley, do r L faiisbury, N V D aderann, jr, and lady Mi.-* M M.-Cerren, do Va y' E S Fitch, Pa WHIarda' Hotal-n. a. a j. c. wil^ro. W W Snow, NY Dr Foibes, Pa V Lambert a lady, do W L Lovell, USN J Vandi rhilt, do J G Aldriage a lady, Md 0 i l>r T I) Hunt, do w I?*. i J J Watson, do j L Palcott, do W H Chapman, Ct M E B Babbiu, USA Mr*hm.dl,d.. T J Brent, do E H Buckley, Pa J Side, NY A 11. Ibach a family, dw a P Brown, Me J B owmgs a lady, Md W J Brai.nan, la Dr Hunt, do ' Ulikwood UMM-J. h. at a. eimwoo?. f W? ^lb' L\ W A Wickers, Va 1 H H?rrtson, Pa J C Wal.h, do' AW liennis, NY C VV H ??wen. Cal J Sawyer, Me J W Hickox, NY ivifc'v A 8im.>n?in, do ? J? iud' N a J !>?<??, Md YS W Hall, do r J; rguson, Pa W Lord, Mass C Ehnneon, do Vmtfd c. ikuit J KtVhman ,M^ W B Sbotwell, N j Hi.iove. Va R Dutfield, Va FA dtnith.O B D Rattier, do A J w^' i?i " (" do *v Kly, DC A M Ccone, Md Mention Hoan, AUxandrlt, Vn a. nawToii, raoraigToa. PG Hume, Va B C Rowau Va i f Md C Wi'suo, DC y I. DC J A Miller a son Va V? Prliierbnd^: k 'y? E D Clatton, do ii . Mrs K W D uthac do Mm ArS^Vd?, K" VV A Seldon, do A J Wirkliffe do W r' ff"' 4? J M Allen, do )\^ C' W r'arnztn p? on ^ K C Carrington, DC RTBr001"'''?'^ J Crouise, Md Bro<*u, pg MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS Xame. Leaet Far t."? WagtonMu...^, Liverpool... New York_ ?? AMe*"" V ?rk..Apl. lj ^ ?"Liverpool.... Boeton a pi. 14 iJ61* Vo'k Aspinwall. Apl! 00 wnshrngtnn New York. ...Bremeu . ..Anl. 21 '*rth k.iar? New York....Havre Apl 21 ^LivrpooJ New York..Apl. 21 /??;????? BfHtn Livevpooi.. Apl. * *<>rth.rn Light. ..Nrw York....9aii Juan..Api 27 m0f* Livnrpijol....BoMon..Apl 2B 4V".T,,<?.CLaJ,,"m,i, leave New York on ? 9fh and 2?Hii of each mouth. PARASOLS. 190 very rich and cheap P'.raools, all colors X'raw Bonnet* and Mmm' Flats, great variety Rich Bonnets and Ribband* 190 Joaen Linen cambric Handkerchiefs in fancy boxes; at $1 SO per dozen; wc think a good bargain Embroidered and Clear Lawn Handkerchief? in great variety 500 yards Switm Edging. 19c., worth 25c. 90 dozen bl?ck Net Mitts, from 50 cents up, very cheap , . 25 dozen best Trench Kid Gloves, all shades My stock is large and Well assorted, and pur chased at the very lowest prices. Customers w II be pleased to favor me with a call and they shall be attentively shown through It, and the goods offered at a small advance VVM. R. RILEY, Corner 8th st., opp. Centre Market, mar 31?lm ' a A CARD. m Economy u the road to wa/tb."^^ Great Reduction in the price of Hats ft Cape r|i H E undersigned, havinj made arrangements X with a New York Hat Company to be con stantly supplied with the very best Moleskin or DRESS HATS, got up in the latest style, offers them at the unprecedented low price of $3,50, worth from four to Ave dollars; second quality, $3. worth from ?3 50 to ?4; and a very good fash" n able Hat at $2,50, worth from $3 to A3.50. Also, Beebe A Co's Hata, at a much less advance than they have been heretofore sold in this city. First rate beaver Rats $3,5 >. All kinds of s?ft HATS and CAPS very low. In order to sell at the above low prices the ca-h I svsteai must be adopted ; consequently those who I purchase will not be charged from fifteen to twenty " five per cent as an offset for bad debts. ANTHONY, (for many years in the employ of Todd fc Co.) No. 3, Columbia place, 7th St., up 13? tf 2d door north of Penn. avenue. WASHINGTON STOVE HHUPACT'-RY, S. E. corner of Pa, av. and Eleventh ttreet, Sole Agency for CHILSON, GOULD h. CO.'3 Warming m\ Ventilating Apparatus, M POND & CO.'S (ot Boston) Union Double-Oven Cooking Range, J. L. M0TT?8 (of New York) INVINCIBLE DOUBLE-OVEN RANGE. Constantly on hand, and receiving LATROBE STOVES, for heating two stories; Parlor and Chan ber GRATES. Enamel ed and Japanned Cooking. Hall, Parlor, Chamber and Dining Room S i OVES; Plain. Tinned and Enamelled Iron HOLLOW WARE; Bloek Tm, Planished ami Japanned WARE in great varietv. All of which will be sold at the lowest possiHe rates, that will compare favora ly with any Ej-UiW lishment south of New York. An examination of mv stock ^earnestly solicit'd apl3?3m .1 AS. SK1RVI.VG. Clocks, clocks, c locksi?if you want a good Clock, war ranted to keep till <*, eall at the store of J. ROBINSON, 3#0 Pa. avc., op. >. Browns'Hotel, aj) 7? dim Memoirs of the couvtess of ble* eingtou, by R. R. Madd n, M. R. I. A., two void. Fit \NCK TAYLOR. BROWN'S AMERICAN POULTRY YARD, 1 vol, New York Dickson and Mowbray on P ultry, 1 vol, London Guide to Service, the Poultn Maid, 1 vol, London The Pig, bv Youatt, 1 vol, P ila. Pigs and their Treatment, by Richardson, 1 vol, Dublin Randall's Sheep Husbandr-v, 1 vol, New York ? Mor.ell's American Shep terd, 1 vol do Blacklock ott Sheep, 1 vol, Glasgow ap 17 FRANCK TAYLOR. superior Premium Diasonic Flutes and Cla.ion ettes will be on exhibition and for s^le for a few <lay9 at HILBUS 8i HITZ'S Music Dtfpot. mar 10 REV. JOHN LAN All AN, PASTOR OF Til F. EXETER STREET, M. E. CHURCH.?A strong desire to benefit the afflicted induces Inm thus to certify. We chal enge any other mediciuc to present snch a mass of tes'irnony from gentleman ami ladies of high standing of our own we:! known citizens, who testify of cures of COUGH, BR< >N LHITIS, RHEUMATISM. DYSPEPSIA, frc. Baltimore, January 24th, 1855. Jlcssr*. Mortimer \ Mowhray: t | I take pleasure in saying to you that I have n- d y >ar "Hampton's Tincture" with very great profit. From a serious t.iroat affection, my general heal'.h I I bad become very much impaired, when I co: i [I menceJ to u>e 4' Hampton's Tinctnre." I foi? d it* effects upon my general health most salutary.? My nervous system and digestive organs soon right ed up under its use. I have several times recommended it to r.i> friends, aTui in every caee, as far as I have been in formed, they have use it with success. Yours truly, John Lanau an, Pastor Of Exeter St., M. E. Church, Baltimore. >1 BLEEDING OF THE LUNGS. I Raleioh, N. C., Feb.8, 1855. ^ I Affci.ri. Mortimer \ Mowbray: I do here .y certify that about twelve months ago I was taken with a severe hemorrhage of the Lung? dnd had four attacks of it I was advised to try Dr, Hampton's Vegetable Tincture I procured om bottle, and affr taking which, I was satisfied thai I was much better; and that, after taking the fourth bottle, 1 was entirely well, and now I enjoy as good health as ever I did in my life. I can, and do, with out the least hesitation, recommend the Tincture to allpersons afflicted in my way. Youre, * Gao. W. Weailiy. CURE FITS?READ! More tn the Sick than Gold.?from one ol the most wpectable Druggists in South Carolina. Charleston, S. C. Sept. 21,1853. Messrs. Mortimer & Mowbrat:?The sale ?1 your Hampton's Vegetable Tincture is increases every day, and every bottle sold recommends tin* valuable medicine to the afflicted. Several of oui planters have tried it in different eases with astr.j;. ishing success, and are getting it by half dozens. It has been found to be the greatest remedy for rheu matic affections, and a wonderful cure has been performed on a negro boy, suffering from Fit. I wJI furnish you with a number of certificates if you wish them 1 am, gentlemen yours, W. G. Trott. Call and gK pamphlets gratis, and see cures ol Cough, Bronchitis, Rliciuiiatism, Neuralgia, Dys oeptna, Nervousness and General Weaklier. As a f"rnale medicine or for delicate children we believe ii unequalled. Sold by MORTIMER & MOWBRAY, 140 Balti more street, Baltimore, and 304 Broadway, N. York Chas. Stott la Co., J. B. Moore, D. B. Clarke, Clarke Ik Bowling, W. Elliot, and H. McPiier ?on, Washington ; also, by R. S. F. Cisel, George town ; and C. C. Berry, Alexandria, and by Drug gist* everywhere. feb 21?tr Treastry Department, March 5, lh55. Notice is hereby given to the holders oi stock of the United States described in the fol lowing notice of 3d January last, that for the pur pose of completing the purchase of the amount therein named, this department will continue to purchase, upon the terms of said nonce, to the ex tent of the residue ot the sum proposed not yet ob tained?eay $1,158,585 05, If said stocks are offered and received here prior to the first day of June next: Treascry Department, January 3, 1855. Notice is hereby given to the holders of the fol lowing described slocks of the United States, that tins department is prepared to purchase, at any time between the date hereof and the 1st day of March neit, portions of tliot*- stocks, amounting in the ag grt-gate to gi.UUO.UUO, in the manner and on the teims her?inalter mentioned, to wit: In case of any contingent competition, within the amount staled, preference will be given in the order of time in which said stocks may be offered. The certificates, duly assigned to the United States by the parties who are to receive the amount tnereof, must tie irtHsn ittfd to this department; upon the receipt whereof, a price will be paid compounded of the following particulars: 1. The par value, or amount specified in each cer tificate. 2. A premium on the stock of the loan authorized by the act of July, 1846, redeemable November 12, 1856,of2? percent.; on the stock of the loan au thorized by the act of 1842, redeemable 31st Decem ber. 1862, of !0 per cent.; on the stock of the loans authorized by the acts of 1847 and 184H, aad redeem able, the former on Ui>- 31st December, 186V, and the latter on the 20th June, 1868, of 16 per cent; and on the stock of the loan authorized by the act of 1850, and redeemable on the 31st of December, 1864, (commonly called the Texan indemnity,) 6 per cent. 3. Interest on the par of each certificate from the 1st of January , 1855, to the dale of receipt and set tlement at the Treasury, with the allowance (for the money to reach the owner) of one day's interest in addition. Payment for said stocks will be made in drafts of the Treasurer of the United States, on the assistant reasurer at Boston, New York, Philadelphia, as the parties may direct. But to certificate will be entitled to the benefit of tins notice which shall not be actually received at the Treasury on or before the said 1st dav of March next. JAMES GUTHRIK, ntar6?dtJunel Secretary of the Treasury. R. H. GILLET, CoatMiior at Law* Offl^e and residence In Franklin Row, corner of K anJ Thirteenth stnot. ste?dta AN,) INTEGRAL calcij m Ins, by Ed H. Courtney, late Piofessor in the University of Virginia Luonue'e Practical Astronomy FRANCK f AY LOR. CLOTHING A*D CLOTHING MATERIALS. Natt DiPAKTimrr, ) Bureau of Provisions and Clothing, > Washington, April 2,1 866. ) SEPARATE PRnpoSALR, seal ad and endorsed \'Pr,poVl!' for Clothing And Clothing Ma tarials, will be reared at this offloe until 8 o'clock p. m , on the 1st day of May next, for furnlsHing and delivering, (on i-welring sixty days' notice,) at each or either of tie nary yard* at Charlestown, Massachu'etts, Brooklyn, >ew York, or Gosport, Vir gin a, the quantities belo* mentioned o.' any or all of the folio ring namel articles of nary clothing and c'otbtng materials, and such farther quantities of the sam? as may be ordered by the chief of this bu reau, or by the commandant* of the Raid navy*yards respectively, during the fiscal year commencing on the 1st day of July next, and ending on the 30th of June, 1856, vis: Pea jackets, made of bine pilot cloth 2,000 R und jackets, made of blue cloth ., 3,000 Troweers, made of b'us cloth 8^00 Blue flaonel overshirts 6 000 Blue flan eel under-hirts 5 000 Blue flannel drawers J^OOO Blue flannel jumpers S^OOO Blue flannf 1, in the piece .".7.7.. yards 50!000 Barnsley sheeting froek* 2 000 Canv.?g dusk trowaera ..."2 0 0 Bamsley sheeting, in the pieoe*.\\\'. . . yards u!0C0 Canvas dock, in the pjfC, y)krdg 3 000 Blue cloth caps... 4 0(0 Oalf pkin Fhoee....... 4 000 Kip tkin ahces, high cut r-airg 4,000 Wcollen s cks, Nos. 1 and 2.. pairs 8,0(0 Mattresses, (with two covers each) 2/00 Naakin blue 8,000 Blankets 3.0P0 I Black silk handkerchiefs.. 6.000 R^ue satinet trowaerg t 3,000 Blue satinet, in the pie-e ... .........yards 6,0(0 . , c}0^ the pea jackets shall be twilled pilr t cloth of American manufacture, pore inligotlu", wool dyed. It shall be 64 inches widg, and weigh 26 oances per ya-d It thai] haTe a list on each ?dge composed of 24 whit-} threads, of all wool. All pie v* weighing less than 25 ounces per yard will te rejected; and enoh bale of about 300 yards, mu=t av erage *6 ounces per yard. The cloth fjrrornd jackets, bine cloth trowaerj, end blue caps shall be twilled, all wool, of Americaa manufacture, and pure indigo blue, wool dyed. It shall cave a list cn ea'h edg?? composed of 24 whi'e ?hreai, cf all wool. All ji?cee under ITj ouncrs per jard will be rejected ; and each bale of about must average 18 ounces per yard. Ti.e satinet m >st be American manufactured, 27 I inches wise ias-de of 1-st, which list mutt consist I of not less than 12 white woollen threads on each I of the cloth, woven in the whole length of the I piece; must weigh not Its than 9^ ounces per yard to contain in each piece about 28 yards; th? warp must I.- cotton, pure i digo h ue, yam dy-d ; ard the wool, pure indigo blie, wool dyed. E#ch hale of 4Q yards still average 9% ounces to tl e yard, and no piece sfall be below 9W ounces to the I yard.- The satinet trowsers must be made of mat'* nut like the above. Tv e flannel muit be all wool, American manufao I ? wool dyed, pure indigo blue, and twlllrdi wu~ be ir pieces of 50 yrHs in letfgth, 27 inches I wide, weighing 5 ounr?, p,,r y,rdt wi?h a ,ist f ?ach edge cf 4 white wooUen threais woven iu the whol- length of the piece- To be pa~ke l in bal*s o! 0 piArp.^, the pieces to b.? rolled separately tcUhmU , ? . ? ? ch b*let-> contain 500 yards and I pounds tiann-'I. No pi^ce to hive a lfas aver age weight than 4-S-10 onures per yard The overshirts, undershirts, drawers, and jsmp ?rs mmt be made of flannel like the above. oa ? "uBftr,Dsle7/.h<*t n? mucl f?-ee from cotton, 80 inches in width: weight twelve ounces31-100 per I yjrd; texture. 4 by 4 to 1-18 inch. Tie canvas duck must be free from cotton, 27 Inches in width, and about 36 yards in the piwe, Idoul-le thread, warp and fi'linir. Weight eieht ounces 23-100 per yard. Texture 9 by 10 to If inch The shoes must be t-tamped with the contract r's name, number of shoe, and year when made; The sue* to be in the following proportion for each 50 Err?' otherwise ordered, viz: 4 of So. 5, 9 oi Tof No 11 7?13 of N*?- M of No. 9, 3 of No. 10, They are to conform in all resp-cts to the samples ai the j-ard , and to be delivered in ?ood Ftronz boxes, o0 pairs in each. The nane of the contrac tor, contents, and the rear when made, marked on I #acn box. The calfskin and the kip-fkin shoes to be packed in separate boxes 1 The woollen wcks must be woven or knit, and ronirrm to Faiiip.e. The mattress mu^t weigh 10 pounds, including I ticking, which H to becut6feei in len<th and 31 i W The covers mu-t measure 71 inches in length and 29 inches In width. The hair, ticking, and covers mu-t coLform to samp'es 1?.Tfc^n.aD^a ^ the best blue American nan W1^"* 5 threads by 4 thretds to the 16th of sn inch, dyed with j>urc Btr.yal in 8ix P0UBd') P^r pii', and measure 68 liy78 inches ?a-h. A tale of ?0 pairs !" pounds, and no pair shall wei*h than 5 pound? 13 ources. Thev mu^t be ol Auieriran manufacture, made of cl?an w.-ol. and ea^h n!anket must be markel 4>U. 8. Navy." The bla? k sil>. h-tn-lker^hi -tV must b? 31 by31 K inches, and weigh 1 ounre and 12 grains Troy; *x ture 14 by Z3 to^incb. A sebedule of the three sites for eaeh 100 pieoec of made up clothing will be found with the semples at the respective y.rds; and all the above articles. In cluding the neoessary buttons, rings, Ac., are to be ^!!J 'n tl'" duality, texture, color, weight. . finish of materia!, and conform in patt. rn. Vv' an ' wor^?*n*hip to said s-.mples. The number or quantity which will be reonir?d J2r ?x? ?fore?oing articles cannot be precisely Stated. It will not be less, however, than the quan 5 Jt^cifl;d \ the foregoing list. The contracts I? i m,dp for th? quantity of each ar ticle ?o specified, and for such further quantity s yjsssar**1 All the above articles must be subject to i uch in. sp^tion at the place of delivery as the chi?f of this : an,'i no article wil1 ^ received I that is not fully equal to the sample in every re ?spect. and which does not conform to the stipule tior.s and pro?l?'ons of the contrart to be raade 1^ must be delivered a* the ri*k and ex marked w^th(7vn t*r- ^?X ?n<1 to be marKea with the contractor's name. The iwnectina * 5r aj,p<,i,,t<'d by the Navy Department. mh ? muJSt ddrtln^i*h the prices for each ar ticle mentioned, an 1 muft be calculated to cover th" fulfi,mi^t of the con tract, including the necessary buttons. dellt^h-' failure,on thp, P?t of the contractors to f^ m th ?7*ral art,cl? which may be ord<red tbfprojxT time and of the proper quaU S..1?1!? !we ?urwla of Provisions and Cloth ing shall he authorize'l to purchase or direct nur D^th^ri ee,m'l,'> of whjkt m*> h? required to sup Pn thS c^n!rSCy?hUnderibe P?nalty to ^ express inthe contract, the record of a requisition r r a du. S5'*n^MP7 th"re0f at th" B or? a tied Provision s and Clothing, or at either ot the navy yards aforv K 8a,:h b?? thT^?r m.i? aPProved suretiee in a sum equal to will 0f th" contracts win ne required, and ten per centum will be with t . security; and not in any e??ct nTnpfv ^ l8' a l r?"!"0-8compiled with; and m^ie Win* beCnaH^ ?*i. " amount of deliveries ? v? aSr t L 6iMTy ?K'-lt within thirty h?. wfrtt'S'fc;;1' -?.ii Bidders whose proposals are accepted (and none MU h? forthwith notified, aSd as early m practicable a contract will be transmitted to t&em for execution, which contract must be returned to reJui!^fcrWthhi? &V exHuf,iTP of the time required for the regular transmission of the mail bidd ?'h#r dup',cat* ?f the '?tter informing a i !Li the acceptance of his proposal: will be deemed a notification thereof, within the meaning of thei act of 1846, and his bid will be made and me oepted In conformity with the understanding. f. made must be accompanied Cas dl reotM In the VI of OoDgres, m.kio* .ppropriithnj a Jm .rpro...I 10th August, 18?) by a written guarantee. ,-i^n~i bvona th ?ore rMP?nE,ble Persons, to the eff-ct that L or undertake that the bidder or bidders will, if his li/^- e , *cc?Ptcd, enter into an obligation t^> fSrni h*t?*y8' g0al aDd ?ufflci?nt sureties, to furnish the supplies propose!. The bureau will i 'ig.4 v oon"Wfr ??y proposal unlsM ac companied by the guarantee required by law the cus^iSS attorney, or the collector of the fnr?P*tn1' I* obtained on tip I vescnprion <>j articles rmuired, at, in the itunertinn I comparuXl7e I iiiuSMT' Uvm of V" 1WA of Extract from the act of Congreu approved Aujutt 10, IcHo. after^i/pa^i^e'of enacte'*> That from and val supnlfealifted by S &StS?'" under th# nrniim iu secretary of the Navy, for the navy, approved MaS7i!irT^Phiat^0^^bi,, deed and tt' Hi. ^?Knsa^Dth# effecthbj[ h"* ?f m0rfl re'Pnni4i fhat th. bldier^r Wddl^\S' aooeDted enUr u?. **J,? " his or their bid be may b? prepcribe.1 h^D.v Ifa^?n goch time as r?b,p.?5fji,'rhaa^ "h?. Into an obligation wit'hh? ?h 8,Ul, ftl1 to Mm. (or furm-blo,, . , of th-) Navy shall bro-'^LS 7^' ? tb* ^ ,t,t*ry other Derson or lnL contract with some 1 JSS fUraUhiD? the said sup p?s, Mid aflaii forthwith oauae the dillerenoe be tween the amount contained In the proposal no guarantied and th* amount for which he mj hare contracted for furnishing the Mid *uppli?s tor th? whole reriod of the proposal to be eharwed op aramst said bidder or bidders, and his or their guar antor or guarantor?; and fhesam" bit be immedi ately rewjTered by the United 8tat*e, for the use of j the Navy Department, in an action of debt again it either or all of ?a'd person i" . ("Public, JIo.7.1 Joitt Rxsolction relative to bid* for provisions, clothing, and small stores for the one of the nary. Betoiwd by the Senate and House of Rrpresenla> tivfj of the United State* of Amrrtoa in Omgrttt at mmb/sd, That all bide for supplies of pro visions, clothing, and small stores for the use of the navy j may be rejected, at the option of the department, if | made by one who is not known as a manufacturer of, or regular dealer in, the article proposed to be furnished, which fact, or the reverse, must be dis tinctly stated in the bids offered; that the bids of all perrons who may have failed to comply with the conditions of any contracts they may have prev' ously entered into with the United States shall, at the option of the department, be rqected; that il ?ore than one bid be offered for the supply of an article on account of any one party, either in his own name, or in the name of his partner, clerk, or any other person, the whole of such bids shall be re jected at the option of the department; and that co partner* of anv firm shall not be received as sure ties for eaeh other; and that, wheoever it may be deemed necessary, for the imereat of the govern ment and the health of the crews of the United States vessels, to procure particular brand* of flou. which are known to keep best on distant stations, the Bureau of Provisions and and Clothing, with the approbation of the Secretary of the Navy, be, and hereby is, authorised to procure the same on the best terms, in market overt. Approved 27 March, 1864. April >?law4w NOTICE OF REMOVAL. New furniture store.-rothwell & BROWN have removed their House Furn-sh ing Store to the large and handsome building on 7tb street, next to Odd Fellows' Ilall, where we have for sale a large and varied assortment of elegant par. !or, chamber and Cottage Furniture. Also, Castings. Oilcloth, Door Mats Glass and China Ware, Clocks in variety Wooden Ware, Basket Ware, Velocipedes Children's Carriages, Rocking Horses Mattresses of hair, cotton and shuck Office Tables, Desks, Chairs, fcc. Japanned Tin Ware and)3athing Apparatus They will keep constantly for sale a full assort ment of house furnishing Goods, and will sell oa the most favorable terms. ap 6?eolm NEW GOODS?SPRING STYLES, &c. WE have Just returned from New York with a large and varied assortment of new styles Fancy and Staple GOODS, which we shall continue from day to day to exhibit and dispose of at prices to suit the times. We have now in store the largest assortment in this city of Baskets, Canes. Perfutneiv, Brushes, Combs, Shaving Utensils, fancy and staple Station ery, Fans. Scissors, Knives, "Bird Cages, Pianos, Guitars, Accordeons, Flutes, Tamborines Italian Strings, Bows, Boxes, Ro*in, Pegs, Piona ('overs and Stools, etc., Ac. No trouble to exhibit our Goods, it matters but little whether you buy or not, only give us a friendly call. JOHN F. ELLIS, 30? Penna. avenue, near Tenth street. ap91?if MltS, STOWE'S NEW BOOK The Mayflower and Miscellaneous Writings, by Harriot Bcecher Stowe. 12 mo; $1 25 Philosophy of Sectarianism, or a view of the Chris tian Sects in the United States, by the Rev. A. Blaikie Illuminated Picture Reward Cards, Daily Bible Texts, and facred Melodies for the young Tracts, by the Rev. W. K. Twedie. D D. GRAY & BALLANTYNE, ap 21 498 Seventh street. "fishing tackle. LIMERICK, Virginia, Kirby, Yankee Doodle and Gravitation Fish Hooks Siik Sea Grass, Linen, and Cotton Lines Joint-d Rods at all prices, from $1 to $6 each Also, Bamboo and Reed Rods Artificial flies, grasshoppers and flsh Sinkers of every description. Silk worm Gut, Landing Nets, and everything in the Fishing Tackle line i?r sale at seduced prices. E K. LUNDT, No. 198 Bridge street, Georgetown, D. C. ap 20?tf CARRIAGES 4l HARNESS For Sale.? The subscriber has on private tale? 1 six-seat Family Carriage 1 Doctor's Ph.rton 1 set Double Harness 1 set Single Harness Both Carriages were built to order, arc thorough ly well made, and but little used. Trices low and terms favorable. JAS. C. McGUIRE, Auctioneer and Commission Merchant, ap 23?eo6t K OWKN * SOW, MILITARY AND NAVAL MERCHANT TAILOKS, No. 212 Pennsylvania Avenue, WOULD respectfully call the attention of their friends and the public generally to their new stock of Gootl* Ju*t received from New York and now on exhibition?consisting of CLOTHS, CAS 8IMBRES and VESTINGS, together with a, full assortment of gentlemen's furnishing ar tides. They would remark that the selection was, made principally by the junior partner of the firm. N. B.?They have a new style of Glove*. some thing superior, called the "JOSEPHINE KID," to which they invite particular attention. ap6?eo3w (Int&Uiuoo) QA/\ bushels prime w K1 I t k DUU MERCER POTATOES 500 bush extra Peach Blow do. 100 bills, superior Apples Just received per brig Ann Eli*abeth ami for sale by N. B. HARTLEY, No. Ill Water street, Georgetown. ap 20?Iw Private Medical Treaties 09 THI PHYSIOLOGICAL VIEW 0* MARRIAGE, bi M. B. LA CROIX, H. D? ALBANY, N. Y. 850 Page3 and 130 Fine Plain and Colored LUho graphi and Plates. ?? Prlaa <mly ?S Caati. ?^Sent Ire* ot postage to all parts of the Union-nrt CHEAPEST BOOK EVER PUBLISHED, and containing nearly double the quantity of reading matter in that of the FITTY CENTS OR DOLLAR PUBLICATIONS. It treats on the PHYSIOLO GY O# MARRIAGE, and the secret ieflrmitiesand disorder of youth and maturity, re suiting from exceeees, which destroy the physical and men tal powers, with observations on marriage, Its duties and disqualifications, and their remedial; with lithographs, illustrating the anatomy and physiology, and disease? of the repro ductive organa of both sexes, their structure, uses and functions. A popular and comprehensive trea tise on the duties and casuaPio?* f single and mar ried life?happy and truitiul aJ'Ianies, mode cf se curing them- Infel'citoUs infertile ones?their obviation and removal?'mportint hints to thoae contemplating matrimony, that will overcome ob jections to it; none, hoTeVtir. should take this im portant sk#p without Crt?t consulting ita pages ocumestaries c*i the jiseaeesand medical treatment of females front infancy to old a?e, each case graph ically illustrate ! by beautiful lithographic plates? nervous debility, its causes and cure, by a process at once go simple, safe and effectuaL that failure is impossible?rulee for daily management?an essay on Spermatorrhoea with practical oheervationB on a safer, and more successful mode of treatment?pre 3*uticnary hints on the evils resulting from empiri cal practice?an essav on all diseases arising from indiscretion, with plain and simple rules by which *11 persons can cure themselves without mercury remedies for those aelf iufllctec miseries and dfcap poiuted hopes so unfortunately prevalent in the Soung. It is a truthful adviser to the married and lose contemplating marriage. Its perutal is par ticularly recommended to persons entertaining se 3rei doubts of their rhy6ical condition, and who are conscious of having htiarded the health, happ'neaj and^privllege. to which every human being is en Frioe 36 cents per copy, or five oopiefl for one dol tar. Mailed free of postage to any part of the Cnl tal Statee. N. B.?Those who prefer may oonsultDrLiCaoix upon any of the diseases upon which his book treats either personally or hy mall. Medicine sent to any part of the Union according to directions, safely packed and carefully secured from all obeervaMon Addreee Dr. M. B. LA CROIX, No. 81 mS 2S or Po6t Office Box 679, Albany, N. 7. aar- Office open daily from 9 a m to 9 p m. and on Sunday from 2 until 6 pm. * ' Office Raiaovtd from No. 6? Beaver ?t to 31 Maids. Lam., Albany, N. Y. dee 7 y v I\ ?T" 1 FOR POOR AND LABORING MEN. SSI ALL BUILDING LOTS of 10 foet or more, in various parts ot the City, and Ueoigetcwn, at UW prices, aud terns to suit. LLOYD A 00. BUILDING STUIE, for sale, deliverable at the Canal, or Wharree in Washington, Georgetown, or Alexandria. LLOYD k 00. lith street, opp. Treasury Department If w~i* OR ATORS A ND STATESMEN of Ancient and Modern Times, by D A Hartthu The County Neighborhood, by Mum Dupuy Robert (Jmhaui, by Caroline Lee Hentx up 20 PRANUK TAYLOR. DOCTOR HOOFLANO'8 CELEBRATED * (German Bitters, r*iPA*ir> bt DR. C. M. JACKSON, FhiladV, P*., WILL BFTBCTDALLT CUM LITER COlfLICIT, DYSPEPSIA, JiUJIMCE, Chronic or Norvoui Debility, Pino? of dU K%dnqp, and aU dx?ca?e* arieing from a du trdorod Liter or ~ Such as Constipation, Inward Pilee, Fullness, <* Blood to the Head, Aridity of the Stomach, tfau sea, Heartburn, Disgust lor food, Fullness or weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructation*, Sink ins or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swim mmg of the Head, flurried and difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or Suffoeaui c Sensation* when in a lying Posture, Dunnes* <* Vision, Dot* of Web# before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, fcc., Sudden Plush* * of Heat Burning in the Flesh, Constant I mag in ings of Evil, and great depression of Spirits. THE proprietor, in calling tne attention or the public to this preparatioa, doe? so with a feel ?n; of the ulinoftt confidence in its virtues and adap tation to the diseases for which it is recommended It is no new and untried article, but one that lia* stnad the test of a ten years' trial before the Amen crn people, and its reputation and sale is ?rivalled by any similar preparations extant. The testimoi.T in its favor given by the most prominent and wel! known Physicians and individuals, in all parts ol the country is immense. The following from North Caiolina is respectfully sub<<itt d, referring any who may still doubt, to my '-Memorabilia," or Prac tical Receipt Book for Fanners and Families, to be had gratis, of a'l the Agents for the German Bitter*. Principal Office and Manufactory, 1510 Arch si., 'hiladelphia, Pa. TESTIMONY FROM NORTH CAROLINA. Certificate of Dr. W. Smith, of Pine HiU, Rich mond County, N. C. Pirk Hill, March 4th, 1864. D*. C. M. Jacksou, Philadelphia?Dt-ar Sir: I have been a subject of Dyspepsia, in its worst f. rin, for the last five years. Siien was my condition f?.r twelve months that the physicians and all who saw me said I must die. While in this condition. I wrs carried to the watering places in Virginia, Tennes see and North Carolina, but wa* not benefited by any water to which 1 was taken. While on my way home, I stopped a week at Rutherfordton, a sm^ I village in North Carolina, to try the effect <-l some Chalybeate water in that place. About the last of the week, I went into a drug store to get some medicine for my child and myseif. There were several of the village physicians in the store, and one of them seemed to take some interest in my case, aud, after asking me some questions, said be had been a dyspeptic, and had been greatly bene fitted by the use of 14 Dr. Hooflanrf's German Bit ters," prepared by you, and he masted that I would try the Bitten He also called the next day at my room, and insisted so much that I would try them that I asked him to get me one bottle. He did it, and I commenced taking it as directed, and I do say I was more benefitted by it than all the water and medicine I had ever taken. After reaching home one of my neighbors came to me for a prescription and medicine, (he a dyspej' tic,) and i gave him nearly all the Bitters I had lett, which effected much good in his case. He hasoft< n called on me for more of the same k nd of medi cine, saying he was more benefitted \0 it than ai.y other he had taken, but I have not been able to g. t ar?y more for him or myself V. 'l ? .j, there fore, please ship me a dozen or more as soon a? pos sible. Respectfully yours, W.SMITH. 1). R. HOOKER, Roger's Store, Wake Co., N. C , October 24.1853, says:?u Having experienced veiy great benefit from the use of " Hoofland's Germ -n Bitters," in Chronic Dysentery and functional de rangement of the Liver, and its concomitant evil^, I am desirous of obtaining a quantity of it for the benefit of my community. You will, therefor please send a lot, flic. flic. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J. ATWOOD. HrrrsviLLt, Yadkin Co , N. C ,Nov. 1st, 1853. Dt. C. M.Jackson?Dear Sir: Allow me to ex press to you my sincere thanks for your discoveiy of a medicine which, to say the least of it, has ef fected a cure that all other medicines, that I ha\e aken, have entirely failed to do. "Hoofland's Ger man Bitters" have aured me of the most stubborn and aggravated case of the piles that, perhaps, evi r fell t? the lot of man. My case is not a stranger in tnis community, as I am well known in this and the -airroiinding counties, and can truly sav that my r< covery has astounded all my friends and relation as I had tried everything recommended, and nothirg did uie any go<*l until 1 was prevailed upon to try the Bitters. You are at liberty to make any u*-e <>t this communication, for the t*.nefit of the afflicted, vou may think proper. Truly yours, WM. J. ATWOOD. These bitters are entirely rcectaUe, they invigora'e and strengthen the system, never prostrate it, and can be used for infants as well as adults. For r**le by respectable dealers everywhere, and by Z. I). GILMAN, Washington; J. L. KIDWELL, Georgetown; and J. R. PIERPONT, Alexandria, mar 1?ly fllQTFR'C SPANISH MIXTURE. Th? Grant Parlfl?r of the Blood t Not a Particle of Mercury In It hn Ihiallibli Rxmidt lor Scrofula, King's Eri'., Kheumatissa, Obstinate Cutaceens Eruption*, Pim*!?s or Pustules on the face, Blotches, -toils Chronic Sore Eyee, King Worm or Tetter, S-w'. I TTsai. Enlargement anl Pain of the Bonssa:,l Joints, Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic Disorder-, Lumbago, Spinal CompWnte, and all the dimae-1 arising from an injudicious use of Mercury, Im prudence in Lift, or Impurity of the Blood. THIS valuable Medicine, which has become cel<? breted for the number of extraordinary cure*, affected through its agency, hae Induced the propri stors, at the urg-nt request of tbeir friends, to offcr it to the public, which they do with the utmost coi> Sdence in its virtues and wonderful curative pro{> erti s The following certificate, lelected trom a large number, are, however, stronger testimcnv than the mere word of the proprietor**; and are a;) from gentlemen well known in their localities, an i of the highest respectability, many of them residicj in the city of Richmond. Va. F. BOYDEN, Esq,, of the Exchange Hotel, Rich mond, known everywhere says he has seen the Med? icine called Caitkk's 8parish Miztuu. administer 1 in over a hundred cases, in neariv all the diseases for wbichit Is recommended, with the most aston ishingly good results. He says it is the moet ex traordinary medicine he has ever seen. AfiUE AND FEVER?GREAT CURE.?I hereby sertfly that for three years I had Ague and Fever of th? mott violent description. I had several Phy sidane, took Urge quantities of Quinine, Mercury and I believe all the Tonics adveiti-ed, but all with out permaneut relief. At last I tried Carter^ Spanish Mixture, two bottles of which effectually cured me, and I am happy to eay I have had neltker chills or fevers sinoe. 1 consider it the beet Tonic in this world, and the only medicine that ?ver reached my case. JOHN LONGD&N. Biarxa Ditch, near Richmond. Va. 0. B. LUCK, Esq., now in the city of Richmond and for many years in the Post Office,, hae such confidence in the astonishing efficacy of Carter's Spanish Mixture, that be baa bought upwards of ?6 bottles, which he has given away to the afflicted.? Ilr. Luck says he has never known it to fall when taken according to direotions. Dr. MINOE, a practising Physician^ and formerly of the Oity Hotel, In the city of Richmond, says he has witnessed in a number of instances the effects ol Garner's Spanish Mixture, which were most truly surprising. He eeys in a case of Consumption, de pendent on the Liver, th* good effects were won derful indeed. SAMUEL M. DRINKER, of the firm of Drinker * Morris, Richmond, was cured cured of Liver Ceo Elaint of three y ears standing, by the use of twe ottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture. ORE AT CURE OP SCROFULA?The Editors of the Richmond Republican hed a servant employed In tbeir press room, cured of violent Scrofula, com bined with Rheumatism, which entirely disabled him from work. Two bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture made a perfect cure of him, and the Edi tor* in a public notice, say they "cheerfully recom mend it to all who are afflicted with any disease ot the blood." STILL ANOTHER CURE Of SCROFULA?I had a very valuable boy cured of Scrofula by Carter's Spanish Mixture. I consider it truly a valuable medicine. JAMES M. TAYLOR, Conductor on tte R. F. and P. R. K. Co_ Richmond, Va SALT RHEUM OF TWENTY YEARS STANDING CURED Mr. JOHN THOMPSON, residing in the city of Richmond, wss cured by three bottles of Outer's Spanish Mixture, of Salt Rheum, which he had for ?early treaty years, and which all the physicians of the dt| eould not cure. Mr. Thompson is a well Ebowb weehant in the city of Eiohmocdf and his la ma** trvarkable. WM. A.MATTHEWP, of Richmond had a servant cured of Hyphilis, in the worst form, by Carter's Spanish lux tore. He says he ch?*rfully recrri mends it, and considers it a very invaluable meci cine. EDWIN BURTON, commissioner of the revenue, says he has seen the good effect* of Carter's Spaaish Mixture in a number of 8yphilitic cases, and says it la a perfect eure for that horrible disease. WM. fi. HARWOOD, ef Richmond, cared of old Sorss acd Uloers, which disabled him frem walking. Took ? flaw bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, and wae enabled to walk without a crutch, in a ahort time permanently cured. Principal Depots at M. WARD, CLOSE * Co? No. 38 Maiden Lane, New York. T. W. DYOTT A SONS, No. 182 North Second at-, Philadelphia BENNETT A BEERS, No. 126 Main street, Rich mood. Ve. And for sale by CHARLES STOTT, Washington, D. C; HENRY PEEf<, Alexandria, and by DreggyCr everywhere. Prion $1 per bottle, or six bottlea for U, eep SI?ly TRAVELERS1 DIRECTORY. Mott Bedell's Lina itl NEW YORK.ALEXANDRIA WAMHtJ9^ CITY, A^D DISTRICT O f COLUmS?*' PACKETS m"lA fpHIS LINE OF PAt'KKTU BAIL* vrri-v. 1 fr,.,n pier J J Ea.?i Rive,. R. w Y?r"anTX** lfnece**ar>-, and are coo?p?*.d of ^ elkw vr*-eU: wo,C am Mew schr. A. T HnUU, Befell, mMl. New m lir. Molt H,<UU, A. V. Tr< <lw. ||" Schr. Ann D., Wm. Oliver, master. 8chr. I'othm, l?. A- Smith, mutci. Schr. Com-natuUr in-Cktrf, Wort Schr. GreenWilson, multr. The* ?i*rU are nil fa.t sailers, and the mi? nen of experience in the uade, and tbe otik ZL* lar lin? ol Washington 1'ity packet*. ?* MOTT BBOFLL. Wall aueet, N. ? 8. 8. MASTERS A 8o*K, Alexandria. V? THOWAH RIl.EY, 1 * ~?m Washington and D. c. tKOlWKLU'S "* BALTIMORE STEAMSHIP LINf RETWEEN *EW *'** BALTIMORE k nonrm TXT ILL dtxpnicb a Steam. r daily taa Balu**. 'J ?"d New V ork, and twice a week frtm k(M,, to B.U tin tore .iitd Baltimore to Boston. This line afford* unequalled facilities to the ness mm of the District of Columbia. The at either noint will receive freight and give . {tJ^ bill of lading to Washington at the low?-*t rate*!! frrigiit and no pommi?<ion? charred. AhIk^i**. for freight promptly att.-nd.-d v> by the a*ents. A. V. HALL, 56 Exchange Pl?ce, Baltimore. _ H B CROMWEL^ Comer Wi^hfncton anrf All?tnv *tp. ? y JNO. VV. fk'HA&IL jan 14?d3m Foot of India Wharf. Booina. FOR THE WEST AND80UTHr BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAL MIPROVED ABRANTEMKNTS PGR TRaVII-' IMPORTAXT (HASQU 0FSCHEDCDg<! J?P The late completion of tfc, central Ohio Railroad betwa* Whe-!;ng and Coiumbus. uniting. as it &>??, bv ? short and direct a lia?, the Baltimore and Ok* Railroad with all portions of the Wert (and Xertk and Southwest,) gives this rout* greatly mrraaek advantages to through traveler* in that directfe* Ob and afar MoNDAY, November 27, ISM, &? traina will be ran ac follows: FOR THRODOH PA9SKNGBR8. Two fart train* daily will rnn in aaeh dlfeeflsa. ^7t?MAIL TRAltf, leaving Camden Ptattaa at 7 a. m., instead ol 8 o'clock aa heretofore, (ai ear on Sunday.) and at^lrin* at Wheeling at 2 40 a a Second?The KXPRE3S TRAIN', leaving at 5p m 'n?tead of at 7 p. m., w herrtofri*, and rannta* through to Wheeling in abont 17 boon, rea^at there at 10 26 a. m. Thle train will *tep at ington Junction, Sykeeville, Mosooaey, Haraar'i F;rry, Martinabur^, Sir John'* Ran. Cantor ?d Piedmont, Rowlmburg, NVwharg, fetterman, Far* Ingten, Cameron end Moundeville only, for w?i( and water and iceaia. B^th tt??e traina ir.a? prompt and regular eonrwrrtlon wBh the car* of tW Central Ohio Road lor Oambridg , 7^n?avllto, Nev afk, Cclumbna, Cincinnati, Lonirrille, Daytta. Sandusky, Toledo L-ttvit, Iu-Uanapolia. Chitaec 8t Louia,etc. Pamengrr? laaving Baltimore byi? Mail Tr?'n; will reach Cinrincati far dinner nax: "lay, while by the Expraw Train they arrive thar* at 12 the next night, being kepf but" one nicht ca the route by either train Pa?*ngera fcr the N'crthwert via Cleveland aa4 all intermedicte poirta ran make a direct coaaa? tion with 'he tnuu* upon the Cleveland and Pitta burg Railrord at all bme? when the Ohio ia ravin, ble for rteamera between Wheeling and Wen#rl3I. by lea-riEff Baltimore in the MallTrain at 7 a mT Returning, the Trains laave Wheeling aa follevr The KXPRKg^ TR4IN at 4 JiO p m^ reaching Bal timore at 9.5J a. m. The MAIL TRAIN at 1144 a m . reaching Baltimore at at 7 p. 4?-Through tlcteta by boat from Wheeling fbr Cincionati, Madiaca. L'userille. St. Louia and othar River Cities, v ill be aold at a 1 tiiu*6 when Ibeftan of w*ut will admit. Thrrug!? ticket between Baltimore acd Wasninirtrn, anl all the importaat ritiea and tewn In the Weat, are eolU at the Tickct Oft orn of the Company. FOR WAY PA88EN^*Rfl. TUR MAIL TRAIN, leaving Cam!?n "ta'ion will take paaneD^erp \ r aij (h, ^ the Road R^-turblng, this train leave* at 11.45 mldniirht. Cuc:b.*rltttd af 1016 a. m-aa. arriTt* at Baltimore at 7 p. to. THE FRLDbtflCK ACCOMMODATION TRAI!f, for irM?rick nad iaUi mcdUt^ pi*?*, will mart at 4 p m., daily, (eseept 8uuday?) arriving in Fr"i?r iex at 7.40 r;?t*:rnlng w|il leave Frederick at 9 a m^ arriving at Bn'Hmore at 12 30. r.oon TilK ELLIO">lTS MILU> ACCOMMODATIO!* . ** rSn d"1"* J'ondaya,) an foliow?: Leave Camjrn ctatkn at <J a. m. and 3 p. ra Leare Kilicott'a Milli at 7M a. m and 6.30 n a. dec 13?dtf 0RAH OK AND ALEXANDRIA BAILKOAi), On and after Tuesday, Nov. 7, 1854, I^HF Cars leave Alexandria daily for Grrdona ville and lvtenaediata naMone at 7* o'clock a. m., on tt* arrival of the hoat from Washington' giving ample time frr Lreakfa<t on board Con! nesting at Mana*?*s Janct'.#u with a train for tkraa "^K? W arr^nion Ju? with % tnuo for Wir< rentt-n, and at Oordonevill- with tha traina on the Virginia Central RaBroad for Rl tmond,Charlotte*, ville, and Btaunton. The curs 1-ave Oordonrrll'e daily for Alexandria and intermediate station*, at y. tefore 12, a. m? on the arrival of the trains ot the Virginia Central rail road from Richmond, Charlottesville, and fetauntor. THROUGH TICKETfii frwa Alexandria to Warrenton $3 oo Gordon sville 8 60 CharlotteevUle 4 ? Rtaantc n 6 90 ? ? Ptraaburg 8 *0 Lynchburg 6 76 " Winchester S 60 " " Lor ay 4 26 New Market 6 0M " " Miidleburg _8 2? Fbr Lyr.-hbnrg, cotnectin* with tha atagee at ^ ?n Wednesday*, and Fri Jc-r Luray and New Market, oonnecting with tha i??J at Oulpeper, on Tueedaya, Thursdays, and 8aV For Wlnch^atfr daily, ocaaectJisa with th* rtacta at Piedmont For Middleburg laijj, connecting with th* FtagM at the Piaina. ' J5f. S W" B- BROCK*TT, Agent nov i ??iu FOR MOUNT VERNON. Op XL' BSD AYS and FRIDAY P. ?Hifl|BEFAr? round trip Si; from Aiax andrin ,6 centa-The THOMAS COI.LYKJt learn Waahington at 9 and Alexandria at 9U o'clock css&rxx:.0*'" **" >* Peraonn wiahing the Ccachee will laava their real dance with Geo. ? Thoa. Parker. Refreahmenta on tha boat. ^ 2S~M ftAM'L GKDNBY, Oapt ?HK HEW YORK *. LIVBRPOOL UNITED STATES T MAIL STEAMERS. H^BHIPS COMPRISING THIS LINI ARB ATLANTIC, Oapt. Weet PACIFIC, Oart. Nye, BALTIC, Capt. Oemstcck, ADRIATIC, Oapt. GraTton. Theae ahipa have been built by oontract, exrrMf y for Goverament aarvice; every care haa beea taken in their oonstruction, aa in the Kuzinefl to insure strength and speed, and their aooemmoda ?rjs^*,*ns'r" "? "" *?? *?m New to Liverpool, in flrmffl rn*" - -*1? ;* 70 E- lusive use of extra site etatc rooms 990 From Liverpool to New York ?30 and ?20. 41ZXJTP^ mtfon attached to ea-h stir. W berth can be eecur?d until paid frr. Eor freuht or pa?pcje apply to BliWARD K. COLLINS A CO., New \ ? rk. BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO, _ ? _ LiverpioL B. G. ROBERTS A CO., 13 King's Arma Yard. London. JOHN MUM ROB A OO, 2fl Rue Notre bamt dea Ti. toirea, Paris. GEO. A DRAPER, Havae. Tha owners of the*a ships will not be accountable for gold, silver, bullion, specie, Jewelry, i recious stones or metals, unless bUls af lading we signed thera?or, and the value thereof therein axpraaaed. TOHNSON ON MANURES, 1 ^U4? W,/?"* on tilling and vcruliting |and. do Morfit on Manures, Philadelphia liana's Muck Manual for Farmers, Lowell Dana on Manures, New York Hn!Lnn?n*CalCartollS Mdnnen,> Richmond PrarriJl^,mCan MUCk B00k' NtW Yor* ciftv for^hj^'ff ?n ;Mxr)ur''1'' h? 'he British So ciety, for the diffusion of useful knowledge Fruit Wurk* ?J! Agricultural Cln misuv, on in? 1 iVj llitf^' ,Bet;8'Ca,Ue. I'nunage, I roe Planl bra,,che" ?f t?ard?ning and llu?baitd ry, many of them imported from abroad. mar 29 FRANCK TAYLOR. fpWO SECOND HAND PIANOS FOR HALE t.?. /'r. rV!1 Up?u l^rui-, at lite Wa brng a b1*01 ,W Mallet, l?avis A t> Bacon & Raven, and other Piano*. Mn4 JOHN F. ELLIS, *?* SOB Fa. aveaac

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