Newspaper of Evening Star, April 27, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 27, 1855 Page 4
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'?iCVKNING ST A " i THX intrx Of POBTRAlTOiU it no* as mob*. Aa onee a Grecian mal leri wnn R-r garland mid the ^mwr bO??\ There itood a youtk, with eye* of love, To watch her while aha wreathed lh? Ana * > Th" >ouU> was skill d lo Painting art, Hat ne'er had studied woman1! brow; Nor ta iwn the color ng whic* the art tan aiied o'er naiare's charm*, till now. onoacs. Blwt ho love to whom we owa All that's fair and bright below. ih hand bad pictured many a roae, And sketcbe I the rays that light the brook ; Bel what were the e, or what were those, To woman1* ble<h>tn woman's look f Ob! if such magic powsr there be, This, Una, he cried, u nil my prayer. To paint that living Itgfc' I see, And fix tk? soul that sparkles there. Ilia prayer m ?oin as breathed waa heard j bu pallet, loa 'bad Ly Love, grew warm, And Painting -aw her lie** transferr'd From liteltw lowen to woman's form. Still, a* from tiat to tint he stole, The fair >?ign shone oat the more, And tkere ?as now a tiff, a soul, Where only colirs jlow'd before. Then first carnations learn'd lo speak. And lilies into life were brought* Wh:le mantling on the maided cheek, Young roses studied iot<j Uiought; Tben hyacinths their darkest dyes Up<>n the locks of beauty threw, And violets, U'lisfcrr'd to tyes, knahnae?l * soul within their blue. Mo Isdiaji War ?A correspondent of the Bt Louis Republican writes from Platte river under the data of Maroh 10, m followr '?Tbe Indians hate all left the Platte aad goat <o White river and L'eauquieourt; the; hava been anxiously awaiting to hear from their great father at Waihingtoa. m see if the white* are determined to fight. They now be. gin to think it all day" ??ith them They *>iy ikf>y ore detrrmtxod net to Jight the wtutos But I should not be surprised, if they moved to the Mjmouri, to near of murders and thefts whenater they baveaehanoe " A Railroad Jeais Sated it ? Child ? During thfc recent extensive fire* in bouth Carolina, a culvert on the railroad was de stroyed, and the train would have run the risk of being peroipitated inte the opening. hat for the forethought and oourage of a littio girl, who ran a considerable distance down the rcvl and vraited for the train, wh^n she stood on the road and waved her bonnet tr the conductor as a signal to stop Tb* *aiter, oU serving the unusual objeet, tco*>;>ed the train and ascertained the d%ngof oj which he saved his own life and tbe lives of the passengers The oitisens talk of rewarding the noble oen duct ?f the girl. *Dd having her properly edu sated *A Malay named Solomon Den man, who j w*d brought over in the ship Venioe, to attend upon an elep hant, was sent to the almshouse, Philadelphia, as soon as the elephant was safely landed. Being discharged from that institu ion be went into the streets in his half naked native costume, and was arrested on the charge of indecent exposure Instead of mea sures being taken to furnish the poor fellew with clothe?, he was sent to prison fee answer the charge of misdemeanor. Naw Ehglakd Rum at Tan Cmmii.-New England rum is selling a: Constantinople at 90 cu per gallon The demand is for the French army Quite an impetus has been given to the distilleries by the general failure of the grape and by the war. The quality is doubtless scmew^at improved by the voyage ; but we sbou'.d think it was a pretty hard Jiquor ftght on ?Providence Journal. Epxlosiou.?A Mr Moses Einstein, of Kings ton. N C , blew up bis store on the evening of the 11th inst, by " untnoughtfully " placing * lighted cigar on a keg of powder! The ex i losi n is said to have caused every house in (he village to quake and totter like a dranksn man?shattering Mr E s store entirely to atoms, and injuring him very much, if not fatally Dbucatb Meannesses ?Ou Bun-fay last, -tmitg the contributions a: the C^arch of tbe Holy Communion is Ycrk to tha funds of tbe St Luke's li<*spt'.4l, was a rail of five one thousand dollar bills They were dropped so quietly into plate, It ia said, not evea the gen ismar who received them knew from whom thg? came -atT Of 732 oonvio s in the Auburn (N. Y ) State P/ison, 517 were never instructed in any trade orcalling whereby to earn asubsistcnee Navi05 al Mboical Asbociatios ?Tha an nual session of this body will be held in Phil ajelphia on Tuesday tha first of May MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. Lsatx for Dm*. Illinois? York Asptnwall.Api. 20 W ?^?i.;agton ?v. New York?Bremen-. ..Api. 21 N rth Suir.,? New York....Havre Apl 21 Atlantic, Liverpool New York Apl. 21 Aiuerttti Boston . ...Liverpool..Apl. 16 Northern Light....New York....Ban Juan..Apl 27 \r.a ..Liverpool.... Lionto#?., ....Apl.3B The California steamers lea-rr New York on the 5tn and BOtk ft'each month. ? ?? Jt RIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS yatlosal Hotel- a d. wiluib R n Weighunan H -V Qambnll, Md .1 McCoru'ick, Va 8 Louden>lager, do V Ripley. NC H A Caule, BU ? A i'hfblc, BC y McCauce, Ireland J W White k lady, Ct Dr P P Porcker k lady, Hiss C Pierce, do BC 8 ( njncr n. Pa Mim Potcher, do Dr Kcgers, Va J H Poreh?-r, do A L R twell, Mara T Mitchell, CI J T kowe, Me J fimsa. Md H H ^pneger. Pa J N McJUton, do P Methane, Md B Calerwell, Va W P Farrish, Va Mr Kawdon, NY R <uinmer-oe, do Mrs Raw don, do M S ? l'.ugh. Md t M Ma siti, Va A H V .n ?5ler<?, NJ VV B Wairea, do ti Mitchell, Md J H Harrison, do Miss E V rant, do JO Rodger*, do A Hi.'I, NY Growai' Hotel-.-* t. A H. aaowa. W A I'avis, Va T foreman, lady A sister. E C Harwoed, do XY J W Tabk, do O W Beid, Msm C W Hail, Trna O Cowan, O C A Iiavis. M". J T Lord, Pa JC Smith, Cal J Allen, do E C Haunck. Ala E Kinney, NY H tnyd, Md Miss Kinney, do W B L wrence, III J Gant, Ala Hi mphill A lady, ?o Mr IMflm, NY J H Whitman, Pa JO McL'onnell and lady, A P VVdliams, do Va Wlllards' IIctel?a. a. A j. o. wullabd V W Browe, USA T Aerey, NY T Dillard, Pa N A Khitrose, do J B Tyson, Md C C Tracey, Cal J Bownr NY J A Fjutaian. NU J K M t bell, CSN A M Iluges, NY 8 C Ridgeley, UBA JuJf V\ayne B F Cook, Wis J B Har*ie W Glenn, Md P Mat Donald J Glenn k servant, do E >Vii!iama, NY ' ultsd lutes Hotel?a. c.bac R Reynolds, M4 J M Bennett. Vt B P Wheeler, de R Wilson, Pe JJ F.e^man, Pa K Hopkins Ve W V Wilson, NJ A Potmtoiore, do R Martin, do H A Olcott, Ct J R Riehards, Va G Proctor, ky Mast Bayly, do J e?alladey, O Ma?4 Blakemore, do RR Boyd A lady, Va T H Rlakemore, do W F Baxter, do H Boyd, Md Klrk*OOd a. A a. aiaxwoon. 8 L Dew^on A son, NY P A Tuttle, Pa G W Uarruon. Pa V% Oldman, do J A rmore. NY J Valennne, M C G Merchant, UBA Cspt A D Peek Dr T B Mercer, Md Msj Corbell, NY Aaaslsa Homse, Alsiaadrls, Va. a. sbwtob, raoraisToa. J J Watsoe. Md KM Darrett, Va W I.ovell, Va B C Marshall, do T W Cloud A lady, de J B Barboor, de Mies L Buck, do C J Btovia, do J W Pxyton, do Mrs Wallace A Cajit^asrlBglou^M do C T Co??-?eys. Vk Dr Lswrs, do J Henderson^o 0 F Mllllbrn, Me R i rwu., Md VP Hilleary, Oal 7Jh25S% m r*?. ?m j Wof<* ofth? ettmUiakmomt of an additional Imnd district in the Stale of Caiifomm WUWIM under Iht pr Tt torn of tLa net of C agrees. ippr t?1 Mu^ i IMS MUt ed "Ad aet te provide for Iht surrey oftht public l*od li California,1* Ao? the Prail'at of the UnlU i >ta?ee U authorised. at each ttow or times m i'< Mi* judgment the pubiie in'eree. m*y to lmp?r?tl??'y rpqnire, ? ? ? to divide the State cf California into two or three se^a'aW land Jl?triets two of which districts were established no ?Ur e*'d tot by pnW',? notie?, d?tod il?' Mircb, 1*5?; and whereat the surveys and s*tt'era*nt* have ?Jt?)isd in California so f?r that the conve oi-noe cf the aet'lws and the public interest require tie establish men* of th* tare- di-tricts a*thrrl??d by tbe act ft 'br 8d March, 1353, aforesad? Fow, therefore, be it known, tha": und-r, and ?\uth rityof ih? said arte/Consress of Sd March. 1853 the Precrier.t ef the I'nicd f-tate* has Mre*td that the flute of CaMf -rri* uhall b?* divided into .hree separate la?d district*, tbe touiidariee of which ar? aa foi owe, r\t: ?li that part of the Stste, cmra-nclng on the Pa* Me coist, lying north of the line between town ?bip* Feven and eight (T and 8; n->rth of Mount Di &ble ba*-e lire, thence runtsir g ?^t nn *?ld lfn? to the marl Han, (bene* <ooth <-.n the icer?lvn line to rhe I'-n* dividing fr"?w*sblps three onl four (3 end 4) north of eaid rase li a, thiene* iast on Raid line b* !w<?en townshlrs three and fonr to the e^erc boundary of tho 2?i*te, will firm the "Crrxa Tia nuar." land office for which fcusbe-n established at iSarytwille. AM tr at part cf the f>tat-> lying south of (be atove ieecribed limit? and n.rth of the line dividing towr.| ship* twenty an<1 twenty-one. ?.?ith,(or fifth ateud ard ->onth) will f rm the RMn>PL? District," ths of fi* for which ia at txnicia; a^d all that part of the State lying sou'h of the fifth standard panlM the "Low** biSTaiOT,"as h?rrtofore organise *, the office for which ia ee ablisbed at Lot Angeloi; and in view r.f the p^id direction of the Preidd^nt of the United (it*tea. under the act of Congress affwesaid, 'he boundaries ?b^re mentioned ihall in lature be regard*1 aa the limits <>f the said land d'.itr ete re ip<?ctively. Given under Ply head at the ?*y i f WasMng'cn. thU ninth dsv of ApHl, A. D. 1865 By rrder of the President; JOHN WILSON, Coranlnsfcner General Land OAk. ap 1J?lawldw ' PROPOSALS FOR WOOD & COAL. Ornc* 0rirr4tT or ?mutk US \ April 17,1855 / SEAl.Ei) PROPOSALS will be received at thin office until 19 o'clock on Monday the 7th May nezt, for furniehing ami Slivering in the vault? of the Capitol, on or liefore the first day of October next, one hendred tuna of 3,240 pound* each of best anthracite white aab coal, in lumps not lean than three, nor more than mix inches in diameter, an?l en tirely fret of slate or other toreitn substance. ALSO, for one hauled an t fifty corda be?t hick ory wood, to t?e measured at iheexpenae of the con tractor, !n the Capitol yard, sawed in two pieccs, and properly packed away in the vaults ; the whole to he subject to the inspection and approval of tbe Secretary of the Senate Security for the fait iftil performance of the con tract lor furnishing th*i ah ;ve articles, to the satis faction of the Secretary of the Senate, will be re quired. Pn poxalsmay be separate, and should he endorsed ,JProposals for Wood," a d "Proposals for Coal," and directed to tbe Secretary of the Berate, at Washington. &p id? lawJw I'Bittd Bt&taa Patant Office. Wa9HI5'JT03, April 19, 18>>d ON tiie petition of Aioirt) Wbkelbb, and A. F. WiituiK. Execu'cr of Willias*. C. TVheeler, i|<cMMd, of the Bute of New Y*rk, praying for th* extension of a patent ?t*ut*d to Alonio and Wb. Q. Wheelsr eci 8th cf Jul?, 1811. for an ioi vroT-oien. in *? Kodl^s Chain Horse Power f;r Jriviug Machinery," for seven years fro a the expi ration of tha said patent, which tiaie on th? 8lb day otJuy 18M It is ordered, that *?* said petition be heard at th? P?tent <)??<-< ch aionday, the 26'h day of June Dext at 13 c'ciock m; and all persona are notiflea to ap pear and ahow cause, if any thay have, why said {? tition ought not to be granted. Persons opposing the extension are required f* file in the Patent Office their objections, specially set forth in writing, at least twenty days before the d?y i f hearing; all testimony filed by either party to be us*d at the said hearing must be takan and tr*B* mirted in accordance with the rules of the office, which will be ftirniab*d on application. The testimony in the case will be o!o?*d on the l%*h of June, 1855; depositions an? ether papers re lied an as testimony, mart b<- filed in the OSoe on or before the morning of that day; the argument*, i t any, within t?n days thereafter. Ordered, also, that thi? notice be published in th* Union, Intelligencer and Evening TTaetiingU.n. D C, l)eily Republican, Bt't^more, Md.; P?m syIranian. Philadelp'^*. i*a^ Scientlflc American, New York ; op? z. week for three successive weeks previous to tiie 2oth day of Juno next, the day of hearing. 8. T. 8HU0URT, AaMng Ocmmlssioner of Pateata P. ?.??dltrrr- of the above papers will please copy had s?nd their bill* to the Patent Offlea, with a pw per containing this notioe. apr JO?law3w |N j. J43.J Notioe of Withdrawal of certs/in Lund* ?n Witeonain. X" GBRKAS, in pur.uaoee of a joiot resolution fV of Onn^raua, enf'tM "A raooiutt>'ii "iplana tory of an a< t paxsn1 Auguet thad, ei<tht?^n hun <ir?-d an ) fifty foor," approved Maich 8, !8W, relet ia/ to the Vox and iasous n tiwr grant, the af feet <>f which is to aellrga field uraet from three to five eee-ionn la wiJth. tne President oj tfu IfoUni X <Ui baa. by his order bearing Jate the nirlh lay of March auiuo, dlractud tha; oertain townshfj ? s;tuatMd la the i-wn or Wiw?-?eu*. on eaoh aida oi the Portegt canal aa 1 the Fo? nt?r and tb? iak*? ?hr. ugh whioh it paeew, (iodnding :he land* here t fore withdrawn and wittheld for said grr.rt,) sba:l he withdrawn from sale or entry ft* any parpoee whatever antil further ordem Novica ia then-fun. hereby gi, en that nid lacd* sltuated as hereinafter 'iaeetlbed have this day been withdrawn from sale or *n?ry ase irdingly, to wit: In tha district of lands t.uiject to bale at Mxiabha Nortkof boot Une o*4 of the fttwit, princi pal nrnricUan Township 12, on tbe left hank of the ^Virconain river, and townships 18 and li, tf rang* w Townabipa lfl, 13 and 14, ofrar ge 10 Townsnip 14. cf range 11 Township* 14,16, li, IT, and 18, of range Ul Tew a chips 1&, 16,17 and 18, of range la Towaahipa 17, 18 and 18, of raag* 14 Township* 17, 18, 19, and 20, of range 16 Towaahipa 16, id, 17, 1M, 18, 'JO and 81, of ran3a le^nanip* 16, Id, 17, la, 18, y, tt, and 22, of rang* 17. Tovnshipa If. l& 17,18,10, 91 und S2 of ran(ra 18 Townships 18, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 28, aod 28 of range 19 Tovnshlpa 21, 22, 23 and ?4, of range 20 Towcah'pa X2, 23 and 4t, ran*o 81 In the diatrist of lands sultjec to aale st Mjsesal North, of Uu bau line and east cfOu fourth prmM pal wurMau Townships 12, vTasd 14, on the !eft hsnk ol' the Wisconsin river, of range ? In the dLAifct 0' Aufc subject to aale at ^nrx.ts' :'OE?Tt Uorik of Ike kats line and rait of tie fourth principal meridian. Townships 16 and 18, cf range 8 T<%nfv'ipj It and 10, of range 8 Tcwnshipa 16 and 18, of range 10 Townships 16,16 and 17, of range 11 Qiven under my haad, at the OaorrU land Office, U the city of Washington, ;hV* third day of April, Mino Domini one thousand eight hun J *d ani fi ty Ive. By onlsr of th* Paasid^nt: JOHN WILSON, Coenmiselnnar ./ Oeaerai Lend Offise. ap 6?2aw6w uaitad State* PateatOffiee, I Waaanievo*, April 23, 1866. j ON the petition of Ilouv Dillawat, of Sand wich, Biasa, praying for the extension of a patent granted to him on the 21 at of Augu?t, 1841, far an Improvement in the construction ef mould lor preaaing glasa, for aevan years from the expi ration of said patent, which takea place on the 21et day of August. 1866: It Is ordered, that the asdd petition be heard at the Patent Offloe en Monday, the 6th day of August next, at 12 o'clock, m.; and all persons are netifl.d to appear and ahow cense, if any they ba7e, why laid petition ought not to be granted. Penona opposing the extension are required to file la the Patent OflToe their objections, specially set forth in writing, at least twenty days before the day >f hearing; all testimony filed by either party to be seed at the said hearing most be taken and tran? nitted in accordance with the rules of this Offloe, vhicb will be furniahed on application. The testimony in the ease will be closed on the 26 th of July-.depositions and other papers relied up >n as testimony must be filed In the offloe on or be fore the morning of that day; the arguments, i! iny within tea days thereafter. Ordered, also, that this notioe be published in the Union, Intelligencer and Evening Star, Washington. D. C., Dhily iUpnb icaa, Baltimore; Peansylvaniau Philadelphia, Pa., Scientific American, New Yerk: ind the Post, Boston, Mass., once a week for three raeeessive weeks previous to the 6th of Augrst next, the day of hearing. S. T. SHUOBRT, Acting Commissioner of Patents. P. 8.?Bditorsof the above papers will please eopy and send their bills to the Patent Office, with a pa> per containing this notice. apr 24?l*w8w ORGANS FOR SALS. ~ AHITPERIOR toned CHAPEL OB?A*| Ml a fine Rosewood PARLOR ORGAN, both auw on exhlMtkm at the Metropolian Mechanlt s? Fair. Th?y are_frwn the ?-uufcaaii| of HBNBY CBBBN wNfW T<t|. ^ - ^JsasTiksyr I EgggHggg T1?m KOTIOi Of REMOVAL. VTIV FT7**ITTT*C STORE.?ROT F1 WILL k ] J^| BROWN hnw muovtd their Hihin Furn'ab ins Store to the large and handsome building on 7th street. next to Odd Fellows' Hall, where we hare for sale a large and varied a nortment of alafaat par lor, chamber and Cottage Furniture Also, Carpeting*. Oilcloth, Door Mate Olaaa and China Ware, flocks in variety Wooden Ware, Basket Ware, Velocipedes Children'* Carriages, Booking Horses Mattresses of tmir, cotton and shuck Office Tables, Desks, Chairs, 8tc. Japanned Tin Ware and]Bathing Apparatus They will keep constantly for sale a hill assort raent of hou*e furnishing Goods, and will sell on < Ihe moat favorable terms. ap 6?eolaa PISHING TACKLE. LI MEBU'K, Virginia, Kirhy, Tunkee Doodle md ' Gravitation Fish Hooka | Hi'k -ea Grass, Linen, and Cotton Linea Jointed Rods at all pricea. from $1 to $6 each Also, Bamboo and Reed Rods Artificial flies, grasshoppers and fish Sinkers of every description. Silk Worm Gut. Landing Neti, and everything tn the Fishing Tackle line lor sale at reduced prices. E K LUNDY, No. 198 Bridge street, Georgetown, D. C. ap 90?tf NOTICE?0. k A. RAILROAD. w The splendid Steamer GEORGE I CP AGE will leave her slip, foot of Seventh street, daily, at 6 o'clock a. m, tor Gor donsville, Charlottesville and Staunton. Breakfast on board the boat This boat, by travelers, is callefl the Floating Pal ace. E. A. BTTHEB, Captain, ap 17 8s' B OWEN * ROM. MILITARY AND NAVAL MERCHANT TAILORS, No. 219 Pennsylvania Avenue, WOULD respectfully call the attention of their j friends and the ptibhc generally to their new stock ot Goods Just received from New York and now on exhibition?consisting of CLOTHS, CAS S1MEKES 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.?Tliey have a new style of Gloves, a< me thine superior, called the '-JOSEPHINE KID," to which they invi;c particular attention. apfl?eo3w (IntftUniin) ~ MANTILLAS, WE open th?? mornihg a choice assortment of | Mack and colored Silk and Lace Mantillas, to which we respectfully invite the attention of the ladies. CLAGETT, NEWTON, MAY it CO. ap93-8t? WASHINGTON AQUEDUCT. Orrica Washington Aq sdcct, 1 Washington, March 7, 1855. J 1>IU)P08A'.S are invited for graduation, stone and bnck masonry, dams, tunnels, and other i works of the Washington Aqueduct. Pioposals received ua to the 8th of May will be opened ai noon of that day. Maps, profiles, and specifications of the work will bit ready lor examination on and after the ::0th day ] ?>t Apnl next. - Proposals will be received lor the work of particu lar culverts, bridges, he-, as described in the plans and specifications. Portions only of some of the 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 right to prescribe the amount of work to be dona and rate of progress under such contract for each approbation, and, in case of the appro priation not holding oat sufficiently, to decide when and what worka eft?II he stepped until fUnds become available. In case of the en'ire stoppage of any particular work for want of fluids, the reserved ten per cent, will be paid, if, in the judgment of the Engineer, the work has been properly exeou'^d so far as it has gone. Payments will b? made In specie checks upon the United States Treasury, upon the monthly tstumatea of the Engineer, reserving 10 per cent.; trnd it will be a condition ofall contractsU?at the workmen shall be paid their full wages mo?'*!y aad in specie. All hids sh"t)M h'i -ealed and endorsed " Propo sals for r.orn on th?- Washington Aqueduct." The United States reserves the right to reject any or ail tlie bids should they not be deemed advan tageous, and to make such arrangements a. may be considered most conducive to the progrras or the work. Every offer must be accompanied by a written guarantee, signed by ?ne 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, ??nt? r into an obligation, within ten days, with good and efficient aunties, lorthe completion ?,rthe Work undertaken; said guarautee to be accompanied by the certificate of the United States district Judge, United States district attorney, navy agent, or some officer of the General Government or individual known to ine Engineer ot Department of War, that t!ie guarantors ore "able to make good their guarantee. Hide will be opened in presence of bidden If any of then choose to be present. Form of Q*arm*fee. To Oapt. M. C Meigs, U. 8. Eruixm i Wc, the undersigned, resideau of , \m the Stale of .oereby, jointly and severally, cove nant with the United States aad guaranty, in case tiie foregoing bid of be accepted, that he or they will, within ten dava after the acceptance of said bid, execute a contract fur the same, with good and sufficient sureties, to perform the work or furnish the articles projsised, in conformity to ?hr; I l?-rms of the advertisement ?"<*??? which it was made; and, H c^.se the said should rail to enter into contract as aforesaid, we guaranty to make go *d the difference between the offer by the said and the next lowest bidder. A. B. C. D. I hereby certify that, to the boat of my knowledge and belief, the above named guarantors are go-jj and sufficient. E.V M. C. MBIO#, Captain of Bngineers in Charge, mar 7?eotMaySfcwtf Proposal! for bnildinf Light Home on "Sev en foot Knoll," month of PaUjpooo River, Maryland. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Orrica or Lieav Hocsa Bo a an Washington, D. C. Ms'ch *27, i85ft. a ? t* ? ?? ? * . -4 ! PROPOSALS wdl be received until the Vth of April next, (on which day the bids will be opened i for famishing the materials, (of wrought and ast lion) and building a lighthouse. npon screw l>ile foundations, on "Seven fool Knoll," at the mouth of Putapeco river. Md., the Jtkh of Decem ber next. Detailed drawi: gs of the plan of the light-house can be seen at this office (No. 67 Winder's Build fi'liould any hid be accept*), a contract will be e? ecu ted at once. No payment w?l* he mid* until the whole work is completed; uid oefore it is received It must be ap proved by the agent of the Government appointed to superintend the work?said agent having povirer to reject all materials and not in accord ance with the terms of the contract. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids that may not be deemed advantageous to the public interest. All bids should be miW aad aod.esaed to fane un dersigned, endorsed "Proposals for Seven-foot Knoll Light House." EDMD. L. F BARDCASTLE, mar98?eolm Engineer Secretary. United States Patent OJBee, 1 Washington, April 10,1866. | ON the petition of Gbokob Past, of Waahington, D C\ praying for the extension cf a patent grant* 1 to him on the 16tU day of July, 1841, f-r an improvement In ''portable aircular saw mills," for sevun years from the expiration of said patent, which takes place on the 10th day of July, eighteen hundred and fitty-ftve: It Is ordered that the sai l petition be heard at the Patent Office on Monday, the 21 day cf July, I8&5, at 12 o'clock m.; and alt persons are notified to appear and show cause, if any they have, why said petition ought not to be granted. Persons opposing the extension are required to file In the Patent Offioe their objections, specially set forth In writing, at least twenty days before the day of hearing; all testimony filed by either party to be used at the said hearing must be taken and trans mitted in accordance with the rules of the offioe, which will be furnished on application. The testimony In the case will be olosed on the 22d day of Juks ; depositions and other papers re lied on as testimony must be filed in the office on or befsre the morning of that day; the arguments, if any, within ten dayB thereafter Ordered also, that this aotloe be published in the Union, Intelllgenoer, and Bvening Star, Washing ton, D. Argus, Baltimore, Md; Kvenlng Argus, Philadelphia, Pa^ Scientific American, New York; once a woek for three suocessive weeks previous to the Bd day ol July next, the day of hearing. 8. T 8HUGBKT, Acting Commissioner of Patents. P. 8.?Editors of the above papers will please copy and send their bills to the Patent Office, with a pa per containing this notlee. apr 17?T8w [No 532.] Notice of tk* ettaUiskmnnt ?/ the s/m of Surveyor Ventral of puUie land* for i the Territory of Utah. IN virtue of the authority coattiaed in the aet ap proved February 31, 1866, entitled "An act to establish the office of surveyor general of Utah, and to grant land for school and univeraity purpoe- a," the President of the United Btatea has directed that the offioe of aarveyor general of eald Territory be located at ffiraat Sa t Lake City until otherwise or* dered. j Given under my hand, at the City of Wuahtngton this twenty fourth day of March, anno Domini IBM. JOHN WILSON, of ffieaeral Lead Ofcee. V NOTICE IS HEREBY OfYBN te fba botdcnof ] Mock of'hn United States descrioed In the W lowing a?Oce of M January last, that for the (AU pone of completing the rare hue of the amount (herein named, this department will eootinae to imrchawt, upoi. the terms of said notice, to the e? tent of the seeidue of thu mm proposed not yet ob tained?say $1,158,485 Oft, \f md stocks are offered ind received here prior to the iret day of June next; Tmasuet OBPA.aT**irT, January 3,1855. Notice is hereby given to the holders of the fol lowing described stocks of the United States, that this department is prepared to purchase, at any time between the date hereof and the 1st day of March next, portions of those stock*, amounting ia the ax gregate to $1,900,000, in the manner and oa the turns hereinafter mentioned, to wit: In case of any contingent competition, within the amount stated, preference will be gven in the order of time in which said stocks may be offered. The certificates, duly assigned to the Unltnd Mates bv the parties who are to rece< ve the tmout tnerwof, must be tramr itted to this department; upon the receipt whereof, a price will be paid compounded <>f the following particulars: 1. The par value, or anount specified In eectn uflcate. a. A premium oa the stock of the loan authoris d by the act of July, 1846, redeemable November IS. 1856. of 2* per rent.; on the stock of the loan au thorized by the act of 194S, redeemable 31st Decem ber, 1869, of 10 per cent.; on the stock of the loans authorized by the acts of 1847 and 1848, a id redeem able, the former on th*- 31st December, 1067, and the latuiron the 90th Jnne, 1868, of 16 per cent; ;ind on the stock of the loan authorized by the act of 1850, and redeemable on the Sist of December. 1864, (commonly called the Texan indemnify,) 6 per cent 3. Interest on the par of each certificate from the 1st of January. 1855, to the date 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 mocks will be made in drafts of | the Treasurer of the United States, on the assistant rcasurer at Poeton, New York, Philadelphia, as the parties may direct. But to certificate will be entitled to the benefit of thin notice which shall not he actually received at the Treasury on or before the said 1st day of March next. JAMBS GUTHRIB, roar 6?dtJunel Secretary of the Treasury. REV. JOHN LANAHAN, PASTOR OP THE EXETER STREET, M- E. CHURCH?A strong desire to benefit the afflictcd indace* him thus to cer ify. We chaH enge any other medicino u> present such a mass of testimony from gentlemen and ladies of high standing of our own weil-known citizens, who testify of cures of COUGH, BRON i.UITIS, RHEUMATISM. DYSPEPSIA, fcc. Baltimore, January 94th, 1888. Mesrrt. MorUwier fr Mowbray : I take pleasure in saving to yon that I have need your'-Hampton's Tincture" with very great profit. From a serious throat affection, my general health had become very much impaired, when I oom tnenced to use ''Hampton's Tincture." I found its effects upon my gener;>l health most salutary My nervous system ana digestive organs scon right ed up under its use. 1 have several times recommended ft to my friends, and in every ense, as lar as I have been in formed, they have use it with success. Yours truly, Joh* Larahan, Pastor Of Exeter St., M. B. Church, Baltimore. BLEEDING OPTHE LUNGS. Raleioh, N. C., Peb. 8, 1855. ilesrrt. Mortimer f Mowbray: I do here y certify that about twelve months ago I wm taken with a severe hemorrhage of the Lung* and had four attacks of it I was advised to try I)r. tlaiupton's Vegetable Tincture I procured one boitle, aud after taking which, I was satisfied that I was much better; and that, after taking the fourth bottle, I was entirely well, and now I enjoy as gfK?d health as ever I did in my life. I can, and do, with out the least hesitation, recommend the Tincture to ailpersons afflicted in my way. Yours, Gao. W. Weaxltt. CURE PITS-READ! More to the Sick than Gold.?from one of the most respectable Druggists in South Carolina. Charleston, S. C. Sept. 91, 1853. Messrs. Mortimer fit Mowbrat:?The sale ef j your Hampton's Vegetable Tincture is increasing every day, and every bottle sold recommends thi? valuaMe medicine to the afflicted. Several of our Elamere have tried it in different cases with a^ton ihing success, and are getting it by half dozens. It has been found to be the greatest remedy for rheu maiic affections, and a wonderful cure has been performed on a negro bov, suffering from Fits. I will furnish y u with a number of certificates if yoa with tliem I am. gentlemen yonrs, W. 0. Trott. Call and get pnmphlets gratis, add ste cures of ] Uough, Bronrh!?.i?, Rheumatism. Neuralgia, Dys DepFia, Nervousness and General Weakness. As a female medicine or for delicate dtildren we believe It unequalled. Sold by MORTIMER fi WOW&RAY, 140 Balti more street, Ba'timore, and 304 Broadway, N. York Cbas. Stott & Co., J. B. Moore, D. B. Clarke, Clarke #L Bowliro, W. Eluot, and H. McPber BOK, Washington ; also, by R. 8. F. Ci - sel, Georze town; and C. C. Herri, Alexandria, and by Drug gists everywhere. fch i?? Private Medical Treaties 05 THE PHYt'TOLOGIGAL VIBW Of MARRIAQB, BT H. B LA CROIX, H. D., ALBAyr. x r no Pages and 130 Plat Plain ar?d Colored TJ>ho '?? oui Cr P^'?? only imo C?b(i. -?? ?Sent ft** nf portage to sll parts of the Unlock* CUIAPB.?T BOOK BYIR PUBLI8QBD, and containing anarly d ubte the ivvUvr w reading matter ih that of the FIFTY CBNT8 OR D PUBLICATION! its on t*e ??v ui uiv WLLAR Itt*?*ts on PB7S1C.LO Oi Of MARRIAGE,and the aeoret lafirmltieeend disorder 1 of ycu+h and maturity, re sulting from tz*eedea, wl^th j destroy the physical and men tal powers, with obaervatk>nB on marriage. its dutle* and disqualifications, and their remedies; vrith lithographs, lUnetrei'ng the anatomy and phyalclofy, and diseases oi me repro iootira organs of both sexes, their structure, uaea and fuuetiuns. A popular and compreb?UBive trea tise on %he duties and ca/roaJ^W i f single and mar ridd life?haipy and truitrul a"laju*a, mode cf se curing th??m?InlSslkitoue uz.d lu)r>-yu osee?their abviaoon and rvEgovai?Utp" rlti'. aint* to tho?e x>nteaipl*tiaK lasoimrny, iiut will overeome oK isctions to It; none, havav?r. should take this im portant su>p wkhout first ecnsulting its pagee? 8f.mE.rt a tar us o j the aiseaaasand a.edical treatment of females from inlancy to old E^e, each oaae graph 'sally illnstvatcd by Mbutifol lithcgrapbio pUtas? nervouB debibty, Its mUms an?* euta? tw a ??r?cesa at onrt; sc sLupie, ?a? and elreetual, that tail are h> impossible?rul?e for daily managsmcnt?an e-oay oa Sp^rmatorrlusa with practical obasrvatkns on a ?afor, and more succataful moda of treatment?pre iauticutry hlnu on the evil* resulting from empiri &&1 pnurtico?an <>?&ay cn all dkeaae# arizing nom Indiscretion, with plain and simple rules by vhlcli ai! peruons can core theiuacivta without mereury? remadJ*9 f>t thou self luflJctad mliarias and dUp pc>inted hep** sr? nnSviUEAta-'y p*r**lei5t la th* foung. it is a trntnmi adviser to the married An<l (hoes' contemplating marriage, lis ^eruaal Is par tiiular'.y rseommand^d to narron? entertaining se sret doubts of their nhyiisal oonditien, u<d who are *onsolouj of hnvlns h?ardad fhe health, heppinees iud privlie?ei to which every being It rn tttled to. Price 26 eente par eopy. or five copies tor one dol lar. Mailed fro* of poeUg* to ao7 uort cf the Uni ted dtites. N. H.?Those who prefer aiy ecrEuUDr.L&Oaux upon any cf the diseases upon vbio'u hi* book treats "ither ^ersorally or bj mill. Mtdiatae sent to any part cf the Union according to directions, safel) pacW and carefully scoured from all observation. Addrees Dr. &I. B. LA OROIX, No SI Maiden Lane or Poet Office Box 679, Albany. N. Y. OfEcs oprn daily from 9 a a to 6 p m, and cn Scnday from & until 6 pm. t?T Office Removed bom No. 63 Beaver ct, to 31 CTaldam Lasci AJbary, N. Y. deer FOR POOR AND LABORING MEN. SMALL BUILDING LOfB of 10 feet ar more, in various parts of the City, tad Georgetown, at lev? prices, anl terms to suit. LLOYD k 00. BVILD1 B O HOIK, for saie, deliverable at the Canal, or Wharvae it Wafhin^lca. Georgetown, or Alexandria. LLOYD A 00. llth street, opp.Traaeury Department. NB W BOOK* at SHILLING-TON'S BOOKSTORE. The Immaculaie Conception; or, The Motlier of God; an exposition by the Right Rev. Bishop Ulle thomc G'owth in Hoiineas, or the Progrew of the Spirit ual life, by the author of All for Jesus The Metropolitan Magna in e for April. The Slave of the Lamr, by Wm. North Everything in the Stationery line All the new books published received fimnndtete ly afterwards aad for aale at SHfLLINGTON'8 Bookstore Odeoa Building, corner 4^ it. and Pa. W 5? ^ ? ??? wiu rii apr 6? AYLOR It MAU1Y1 ELASTIC PEN N? This pen, which ia mnnufae ured by Peril Oa . London, expressly for Messrs Taylor It Mi will betound oueqnslled In all the rwqmislies ? food steel pea. Sold in grosa baxea, priae |l ttetr Book aad Smuonery Ina near 0th sl ap 14 Memoirs op ths oountbss op blis. CELEBRATED (German Bitters, Dm. a u. /acxbov. Fkiia#*, st, will ?rr?cTtTiLtr rtro bITM COIPUDIT, DTSPRPMA, JlUIWCl, Chronic or Soroom* D*biUty, Diseases of tko fidnoft, and all diooaooo mrtoimf from ? dis wdormt Liwf if JhnidL Such as Constipation, Inward Pile*, Fullness, or Blood to the Htiad, Acidity of the ftomae^Nau^ ?m, Heartburn. bugust for food, g* weight ia the Stomach, Sou' Bructaoons, Sink ing or Fluttering at the Pit of ^ mine <rf the Head, H?rr,ed and difficult ?veMMag, Plu.iering at the Hemrt, Choking or Sanations wberf in a lyiag Posture, ? Viaon, Dott of W?be before ihe Sight, rever and Dull Pain in the Head, Deficiency of Perspiraaon, Yellowneae of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Chert, Limba, Ac., Sudden Flukes of Heat Burning in the Flesh, Constant Imagm infa of Evil, and great depression of Spirits. THE proprietor, in caiUng toe attention of aw public to thia preparation, does ao with a feei ng or ibe utmost confidence in it* virtues aad adap tation to the diseases ft>r which it ia recommended. It ia no new and untried article, but one tbat has -tjed the teat of m ten years' trial before the Amen cm people, and ita reputation and sale ia enr-iraHer" ti> any similar preparations extant. The t?sumony in ita favor given by the moat prominent and well ?;iown Ptiydcians and individual*, In all parta of ? iie country ia immense. The following from North Catolina ia respectfully cub.^itt- d, referring any who may still doubt, to my "Memorabilia,"or Prac tical Receipt Book for Parmer* and Families to b? had fraiia. of a'.l the Agent* tor the German Bitters. Principal Office and M&i ufactory, 190 Arch at , Philadelphia. Pa. TESTIMONY PROM NORTH CAROLINA. Gartificatu of Dr. W. Smith, of Pin* HiU, Rich norui Ccvnty, If. C. Put Hill, Marrh 4th. 1W4. Da. C. M. Jacxsot. Philadelphia?Dear S?r: I have been a subject of Dysprpeia, in its worst f rro, for the last five years. Such was my coi>dition fo' twelve months that the pliysicians and all alio raw me said I rouft die. While in this condition. I was carried to the watering places In Virginia, Tenure see and North Carolina, bat wn* i?ot h-i>"fited bj any water to which I was taken. While on my way home, I stopped a we*;k at RutherfoHton, * r?mil village in NorUl Carolina, to try the effect <1 ??? Chalybeate water in that p'aet. About th? last of the week, I went into a drug store to get some medicine for my child and myseif. Then were aeveral of the village physicians in the store, and one of them seemed to take some interest in mj case, and, after asking me some questions, said be had been a dyspeptic, and had been greatly bene fitted by the use of "Dr. Hoofland's German Bit tern," prepared by yru, and he insisted that I would try the Bitters He also called the next day at my room, and insi'ted so much that I would try then, that I asked him to get me one bottle. He did it. and I commenced taking it as directed, and I do say ( was more benefitted by it than all the water an<* medicine I had ever taken. After reaching home one of my neighbors came to me for a prescription and medicine, (he a dyspen tic,) and i cave him nearly all the Bitters I bad left, iviiich effected mnch good in his case. He has often mailed on me for more of the same kud of medi cine, saying he was more benefitted by it than any other he bad taken, but I have not been able to get iuy more for him or myself , .. .'1 , ther? lore, please ship me a dozen or more as soon as po* s:ble. Respectfully yonrs, W.SMITH. D. R. HOOKER, Roger's Store, Wake Co., N. C-, i tctober 24.1853, says:?u Flavins experienced very rreat benefit from the use of " Hoofland's Oermar. Bitters," in Chronic Dysentery and functional de I rangement of the Liver, and ita concomitant evils. I am desirous of obtaining a quantity of it for the benefit of my community. You will, therefore, please send a lot, lie. flic. CERTIFICATE OP WH J. ATWOOD. HnrrsviuLi, Yadxw Co , N. C ,Nov. 1st IBM. Dr. C. M. Jackson?Dear Sir: Allow me to ex pre-w to you my sincere thanks for your discovery of a medicine wliicti, to say the least of it, has ef tected a cure that all other medicines, thut I have taken, have entirely failed to do. "Hoofland's Get man Bitters'' have eured me of th# most stubborn and agcravated case of the piles that, perhaps, ever fell t* the lot of man- My ease is not a stranger in tots community, as I am well known in this and the surrounding counties, and can truly aav 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 waa prevailed upon to try theWtters. You are at liberty to wake anyueeot this communication, fhr the brneflt of the afflicted,! you may think proper. Traiy yours, WM. J. ATWOOD. These bitten are mfirr'y vegetable, they invigorate an?1 rrenfth??i the pyst<-??, never prostrate it, and can ft*- used (or infants as well as adnita. For sale by respectable dealers everywh*re, an?' by Z. D. OILMAN, Washington; J. L. klDWELL, Georgetown; and J. R. PIERPONT, Alexandria. roar 1?lv CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. Tlx* OFreat Parlflar of tha Blood 1 Hot a Particl* of Mtreury In It Imumi RmoT (or Sorofala, King's BvlL dbeamatiaia, OtxtinaU Oataowua Eruptions. Pimples or Pustuiaa on the fav, Blotchea, Boll>. 0kro??.?3 Bore Stn< King Worm or Tetter, BraU uevl, Bularrsment auJ Pain of Uie Bocas an( Joints, Stubborn Uisera, Syphilitic Disorders l uabago. Spinal Oomplatats, an I all the dfaeas^ arMeg from an Injodknoos nn of fe^r^arv, Xm prnd#?oe la Llfb, or Impurity of r>e Blood. J"*BIB Valttaf!* whlck hi' ?'eeoas eeie? braled for the nnmber of s*tm?ri nary cures setod through ita agency, has induced the propn ?tors,,at the nnr:it te<i!?eet of their friends, to rffei It to uie puour. whiuh tii-y u \t witii LI?i at most et>n fiisno* 1? itrs y{rtc-c and wcnderfnl enrativs prop rrtl s The fz'. osrtlflcatee, rslscied troxn t targe number, ars, however, stronger testimony than the tnere woru cl ths proprietors; and are a?' from gantlsmso well known in their localities, t>n j of the highest respectability, many of th-m raiding In the -ity of Richmond. Ya. I. DOTDBS, Esq,, ol tha lichange Hotel, Rioh mead, known everywhere says he has seen 'he M?*J kdne called Cabtu'i Spavue Mixture, administered in over a hundred cases, in nearly all the disease? for which It 1? reoemmsnied, with the most aston ishlngly good results. He says It Is the most ?x toaerdifiary tfcsJMne erer tmn. AGUE AND FRY IB?GREAT CUR*.?I hereby oertify that for three years I had Agne and Fevet of the most vUUnt dejorlption. I hal several Phv rietans, took large quantities of Quinine, Mercnry and I baUeve all the Tonics advertised, but all with out permanent relief. At last I tried Carter'. to this world, snd the cely nsdirine that tvei reaahedmycaM- JOHN L0N6D?N. Baavaa Dirca, near Richmond. Ya. C. B. LCCK, ILq., mow In the city of Riehmond and for many years in the Post Ottos, has snch sonfidsocs in th* astonishing adcacy of Oart*r'c Spjinkh Mixture th^t lw has bought upwards of IS bottlas, 'Stihn ha Laa g!*ah aYfy the afflicted.? Mr. Lock says ha has n*ver known It vo fail rhea token aooordtng to dlreetloni*. Dr. MINOR, a practising Phy?i=ian, and formerly cf tho Ci'y Hotel, in the city of Richmond, says b? has witnessed In a number of instanoes the effcet* ol darter's Spanish Mixture, which were most truly surprising. lis s*va in a cs?a of Consumption, de Sndent on Che Liver, tn? good effete were woe rful Indeed. SAMUEL M. DRINKER, of the firm of Drinker * Morris, Riohmond, w>? enrad cured of Liver Ocm plalnt of three * ears standing, by t^a nee of twr bcitlat of Garter's Spanish Mixture. GRRATGURB OF HCaCFULA ?The Editors of the Richmond Republican l?d a servant employed in their press room, cared of \IoUrt ficrofnla, r>m btned with Rhaumation, which entirely dip&b'ed him from work. Two hottiae of Carters Spaniel Mixture made a perfect cure cf him, and the Edi tor* in a public nutioe, bay they "cheerfully reoom mend it to all who are afflicted with any disease oi the blood " STILL ANOTHER CUES OF SCROFULA.?I hed a verv valuable boy cured of Sorofula by Carters Spanish Mixture. 1 consider it truly a valuable medicine. JAMES M. TAYLOR, Conductor on the EL F. and P. R. R. Oo- Richmond, Ya. SALT RHEUM OF TWENTY YEARS STANDING CURED Mr. JOHN THOMPSON, residina in the city ol Richmond, was cured by three bottles of Oarter** Spanish Mixture, of Salt Rheum, which he had for nearly twenty years, and which all the phyaicians of the aauld not core. Mr. Thompson is a well known Mmhant in the city cf Rkhmondf and his ll mart eatarkable. WH. ASATTHJ5WF, of Richmord had a servant cured af Prphilis, in the worst form, by Garter's Spanish Mixture. He says he cheerfully reoom mends it, and ooiuMer* it a very Invaluable medi cine. EDWIN BURTON, commissioner of the revena#, ?ays he has seen the good effeots of Garter's Spanish Mixture in a number of 8yp hill tic casse, and says it ia a perfect sure for that horrible disease. WM. 0. HARWOOD, ef Richmond, enred of oM Bores and Uleers, whieh disabled him frem walking. Took ? few bottles of Garter's Spanish Mixture, and wm enaMed to walk withoot a crutch, in a short Prinotpai Depots at M. WARD, CLOU k OoH Mo. I| Maiden Lane, New York. W. DYOTT A SONS, Mo. 112 E?C?k I nOTT A BXEBC, 90. i for m^e by CHARLBB flC.., IkC^HEERY peel, Alexandria, and Vy bottU, at botte tar |l| TBATFLrror nntrrTurr. WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD^ 4 CHlNGB OP HOURS. N and iftff Monday, the Md ImuiL th- <n will vt Wnettngton at ? end * ? . ? ? 8 i <2 4k p n On Sueday et 0 e m ud 4U p m Leave BeJuiaore at 4# ai?d 0* a a, and ? and *itf P m On **n<!*y I' iy ?<! Slf P ? ep S3 - tf T. H PABBOWB, <*?? Mott BedoU'a Line ? HEW YORK .A LF.XjtSDRM, WASHJtiGTOtt CITY, ASD DltTfUtT OF COLUMBIA PACKETS. rpHIB LINE OP PACKETS PAILB WEEKLY 1 from pier 14 Em Rim. Krw Tnrfc.ud oflmar tf memmry, *re coirpnaed of tbe f. aiowiBj ftm oIkm vceeela: >t* ii'br. Ji r. iWxi, Rrdeiil. maXBf. New t>chr Mott A. V. Tnvtweh. 8cbr. .fnn /)., W?. OliTM, di.ww. flchr. Volant. L. A. Smith, miuter. ftcbr. Commander in- Chttf, Wog< ^ MMr 8rhr. Or cm *roy, Wilann, msw?r. Tbeae veeerla ar* all fast anitara, aad the ma#"r> men of experience in U>?' tmde, an-l lie o*ly rrgu lar line of Waeliiii*t<>n City peckeia. MOTT BEuELL. Wall ?raat. IV. T. 8. 0. MASTERS h BON*, Alexandria, Va THOMAS BILEY, Waahiiigtoa aad D. C. CROIWKLL'I . BALTIMORE STEAMSHIP LINK PKTWEEN "h NEW YORK BALTIMORE * BOSTOH, TTTILL diepetch a weaarr daily iroa Baltimore If and New York, aid twic A we?k from Bottot in HaltiMiorc- aud Baltimore to Hoeton. Thin line ifford* cm qiiall' d taciliu^K to tbe bed m ne men of the Pietrict of Cotnmbte. Tbe Agena at either point will receive freight and five a through kill of laoing to Waehinrton at tin low eat rate* ai f't-ight and no coaimi^ioM charged. Appiicauone for freight prnu.ptly attended to by the following agenta : A. C. BALL, 36 Exchange PI'ce, Baltimore. H. R CROMWELL, Ooruer Washington and Albany ?a., ft. T. JNO. W. S? HANK, Jan 14?d3m root of India Wharf, Boewa FOR THE V EST AND SOUTH. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAIbHOAP. IMPKOTBP AlTBAT*TBMBNTS POR TRA?BL1 IMFORTaXT CUaHQEE OFSCBEDVDM11 KraMam ill* >te completion of >c"?! Ohio Railroad bet lH:ee"nj aci Col-imfcue, cniticc- a* it do?*. be ao 4hort end 1ir-ci a I!ae, th? Baltiirore and Ohio R ail road with all p*Ttlt ri- of the w?*t (end North ?ni Houthweet,) ttfr rente rreatJv incr#wed Mvtntagea to ^"- nr'i trawler* in that dtr*?tioB. On ?nd aTer M.iNCAT, ?*ve?ber It, 1U4, tte train* wil! he rus u f llo* f: POP. THROUGH PA&iXNGlRR. Two lb*t traina daiir will ran in ?*rh direction. Tlrct?The M All, TRAIN, l?a'l:.g Ca?dM> Ptattoa at 7 a m , inatead ot 8 'clock nf boretofore. (*i<-+pt Panda?,) an-l a^?Mn( ?t at 2 40 a B. Second?Tbe KXPRKSS TRAIN, leaving at S p m-, nstead of at 7 p. ra_, aa h?r?ofor?, at i rnnnlng 'brough to Wheo'ing 'n about 17 he?r?. r*aobivg there %t 10 25 a a. Thia train will etep at Vtih ln<*on Jawtion, Svk*?vii'i?, Monocaey, Oarpar'a ff-rrv, MarUnebarg, Sir Joba't Ran. OuDbrr'-aad, tladmont, Rowlae^ur^, Newbiirtc, X' teTaia fun Ingten, Ounwfo end Mouudrrille otij, for wood bed water and rr.eale B< th tbero train* afka prompt and n*cular ooDnorllon wi b the mrt of tba Oentral Obi'" K^a1 frr Oambridza, tan-avlUe, Now ark, Oclutr. bue. Ciannnatl, Loai?viUe, It+jtcm, ^*ndofk?. Toledo Letrrit. lndian%polM. 0.?<?vr. St Txjui*,etc. Pa*.-?~g?r? leaeicr haJtlmora by the Mall Tr?.!u; wiil reier < ircincati f^r dinner next day, whlia by the Hv-rawi Train they arrive there at 12 tbe next night, t>eing kept bat one sight on the route by eltb-r train Pa'jengere for tbe Norhwart via Clevalacd and all intermediate rotuta oan make a direct aocDew tion with the traiff- upon th? C'er- 'aud and Pitta burg Lailrord at all timee whea tbe Okie ie navic? ble for ateaoera between Wheeling acd Weii?vllla^ by leaving Baltimore in tbe Mail Train it7a.B. Returning, tbe Trainc leave Wheeling aa folio 7heRXPR*8S IRalKatdttp m. reaching Bal timore at a. m. Tbe MA IL Ti-ALN at 114* p. a , re*cbing Baltimore r' m 7 p. B^Tbrottgh tickete by beat ftrtn Wheeling for Cincinnati, kKdieon. Lroievllle, BC Lxvto and other River Cltiee, ?i'l be aold at a ! tlmw wben the etaga -f wa*er will MaJt. PW" Through t5cketi< between Baltimore and Wa^ningtcn, end sH the Important dtJe* and toVM la the weat, ^re H tf>a Tlrk^t Office* of the Oompany. POR WAT Pa^SBN^BM TUB MAIL TRAIN, leaving Camden PUtto* vtR take paawngen for all the ocual stopping piaoae on the Itoad thie train ieevea Wheeling ?t 1145 midolKht, Oiueb-rUwd at 1411 a m_, tad arrivee at Raltfmore at 7 p EL THE PRaDEIICK AOCC^>TOI>ATIOW TRAIW. for Prederick acd i?t?-ncediite piaoae, 4Hll |Lart ei 4 p m., daily. (? x-rpt 8nn^ay&) nrrtTug tn Preder ick at 7.40 Returuinz * 111 leavt Prederlcb at ? a. m^ amvicg at B&lt?mcre at 12 Jb. noon THE BLLIOOTTn MILU! AOOoMMODATION tflll be run d?ily, (exoept Snnda. r.) aa follow*: Laava Oanid?a f talk n at 6 a m. aad 8 p. m. Leave Blliflolfa Miili at 7 JO a. m. and USQ p. m. dee 18?dtf O&AHOE AJVD ALKXABD&IA RAILBOAJV On and after Tuesday, Nov. 7, 1854, .'fllB Oa^fl teave Aievar.<Ma daily for Oev^oaa* L villa tnu lrUrm*diate atationa at Tkg o'alock, %. m^oa tba arrival ot the boat from Waehia^tna, giving ample time for breakfaat on board. Con* mooting at Bianar^u Junsftau with a traia for Btra* burg, at Warreft'xn Ja ction with a trt'a for War rector, axil at GcrlccfV^e with the trclna on the Virginia Oeutral Railroad for Ri:hmoaA,Cb?Tiotta? villa, and Staunton. The out leave Gorlon^ville dafly for Alexandria and intermro^te eta liana, at ^before 12, a. m?, oa tbe arrival of th<- train* oi tba Virginia Oratral rail road from Riehmoad, Cktrlrttof?l2?, aad Ptaastou T?jROUGH flOKETg. Prom Alexandria to Warrenfern ft M " * Qordonnine........... S 10 " w Cbarlokteaville ????.... 4 31 M tt htA(]iios>f<i-<*..11*,* 4 f? ? u f^txatourg?_...... 8 ?0 44 " LyntbLurg 6 74 ? * SisoiiMter......^. ? " " Lurey 4 B *? ? Sew Market ? 00 " u afldo.ebww 1 * Par Vwwebborg, ntBc..v?iT]g witL tba ftaga* al 'JuaxkkUegvU;^ en Mendeyf Wedneadaye, aid Pit Java For Luraj end Hew Mark at, e^nnacting wifh tba a 3?cs at Calpcpsr, on Vaeaday s Tbcndaya, aad to V orday. Pot Wlcrhseter dally, connecting with tbe atagae at Piodcont Per Middleborg dally, oonaectisg with tba stag* at ti.9 Plaina. ?=r?wUrt W. B. BROCS ITT. Agent cav 7?dtf FOR MOUNT V1RNON. On TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS, are round trip $1; from Alex* oenta -Tba TUOUAS OOLLYER leevat Wubingtoc at S uni Alexandria at 6U o'oSaok. Coscb-a leave the Capitol tor tt a heat at 13( o'elk. Oo&oh fare >0 cants reraons wkbinc the Ooacbea will leave their rest dacmx xr tb Goo.T Tboe. Parker. Raftashaauta on th<* boa-. Oct SB?(lU fcASTL QBLNIT, Capt VQB HEW YORK 4k LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. rpiTE^gIllP8 OOMl'RIiINO Tl'Ji U51 ARB ATLANTIC, Oant Weet PA01PIO, Cart Nye, BALTIC, Capt Cameiook. ABRIAT1C, Capt OTa V*. Tbeae stupe have b*s* built by ooutraet exprew ? ly for Government aanricd; every eare baa been taken in ih?4v oovtraekioa, aa tn the Engine* to inaare atrengtb and apeed, and tbatr aoocmmcda tioni for paaaengora are unequalled for elegan-e and comfort. Price of paaaage from New Tori ie Liverpool, to Brat oabt d ... m ****?*??.???. , im<* ? ?? *4 Second Cabin? 70 Ezdaaive oae of extra aiae etate mama ? ft* Prom Liverpool la New York ?J0 and ?20. An experienced aurgeon attached to aath ?tifl No berth oan be aeeared until peiJ foe. Pot freight ?r na?aege apply to BtWARD k. COLLINS A 00., M WaU atreet Nee YrrM BROWN, SHIPLEY A 00, Uverpooi E. O. ROBERTS A OG-, IS King'a Anna Yaid, Lt*4oa JOHN Ml'NROB 4 00, M Rue Notre Dame dec Yirtotres, Paria GEO H DRAPfft, Havaa The owner* of the?a fhlpe will net be aeeoaatabla for gold, ailver, bullion, epecto, iewalry, prenoai atouea or metala, uuleea bUla ef Lading are *gna4 therefor, and Um value thereof Lberaia wv IA?dl* R. H. G1LLET, Goaaaellar at Law* _ ? OAee and raahtonoa in Raw, corner a a ?a?r" "

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