Newspaper of Evening Star, May 14, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated May 14, 1855 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. tootctips or a irons it townrii low. When the hours of day *rf nnmbered. And ihe roicrs of the night Wake die better ?oul that 'lumbered. To a hofv, calm delight ; 0 Fre the evening lamp# are lighted. ^nd, like phantoms grim and tall, Shadows from the fltfui firelight, Danee-upon the parlor wall; Then the lorai-KM the departed Cuter at the open door* ; The beloved, the true bearti-d. Come to visit Be once more. He, tlir young and ntror.g, who cherished Noble longing Tor the strife, By the roadtnd*' fell and penciled, Weary wuh ihp march of life. They, the holy one* and weakly, Who the ctos* of suffering bore. their pale hands so meekly, Spoke. with u? on earth no more. And wiUi them the being l?ea?teoue. Who unto my youth was given, More than all things elae to love me. And is now a samt in Heaven. With a slow and noseless footstep Comes the messenger divine, Takes the vacant chair beside iuc. Lays her gentle hand in mine. And she sits and d?zt< at oie, With those deep and tender eyes, Like the ?tar>, xo still and saint like, Looking ''own*ard from the ?kie? Uttered not, yet comprehended, Is the spirit's voiceless prayer. Soft rebukes, in bi**M?wgs ewjed. Breathin* from her lips of air Q, though oft depressed and loneiy. All my fears are laid ajide, Ff I but remember only, Such a? these have lived and died A Youxg IlrsBANn.?On making a call the other day, at the house of the American missionary in Jerusalem. I saw a little boy, in the Turkish costume, sit ting on the sofa. My first thought was, ' what an enc-mous turban that boy has or," and ray second, 44how very small he is!" Judge of my surprise, whtn I /ound he was a husband ; he being little more than ten years old, and his wife not quite nine! Truly this is beginning life young. And this reminds me that a friend of ours saw an Armenian lady in Alexandria, who, though but twenty-six years of age, was a grant/ mother! This ^oes quite beyoud early marriages in the United States.?Mrs. Fames' travels in Egyr' ''Now."?"Now" is the constant syl lable ticking from' the clock of time. ??Now " is the watchword of the wise. ?:Now" is the banner of the prudent. Let us keep this little word always on our minds, and whenever anything pre sents itself to us in the shape of work, whether mental or physical, we should do it with all our might, remembering that now is the only time for us. It is indeed a sorry way to get through the world by putting it oif till to-morrow, saying? "Then I will do it." No. This will never do. .Yore is ours; then will never be. Taking a I axdlord at ms Word.? We have heard of cool things, but never anything cooler than the following: The landlord of a hotel al Whitehall called a boarder to him one day. and said: "Look here! I want you to pay your board bill, and you must. I've asked you for it of ten enough; and I tell you now, thatyeu don't leave my house till you pay it!" "Good!" said his lodger* "just put that in writing: make a regular agreement of it: I'll stay with you as long as I live!" Knickerbocker Magazine. [Cr*Politiciaas are with office as tigers are with human tiesh?when they once 44 get a taste,'' they want more. An ex Governor is willing to go to the Senate, or become Inspector of Customs, while an ex-Senator will condescend to become a tide-waiter or 44 taster of charcoal." So long as he can 44 hold office/' he is quite inditferent what that office consists of. Politics are down ?n labor, and make a man shun industry as he would the small pox. ?y~A French proverb saya, 4 The noise of the world drowns the thunder of God." MOVrEMENTsj OF OCEAN STEAMERS. Lea- ? Far 0? Kalue.... Liverpool....New York.. May 5 Union Havre New York..May 9 Atnca Motion Liverpool. May 9 America ...Liverpool....Boston... .>!ay 12 Atlantic...., Ne?v York. ..Liverpool ...May 15 X.rth Sc?r...t Havre New York..May ]!? 3^*'I lis Caiabr.'ilt Jto'jr.KiH I?ave Mew York on Jim 5t' and SUth of t* :h mo i ai:. ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS. Xatloaa: Jlotal?i &. wiLLata J W Williams, SC CI W lloMenback, NY C B Yoong, jr. DC VV I! Hollenback, do R Written, *1.1 1 Alexander, NJ M?nF. II Ewrn'4 & flauj;!:- A Auriek 8t la-Jy, NY ter, Tean 3 Vleit, Mi W T Perry, d*i ' P Baasen, <lo KMaim ire a t', in K I Uutter, Md J ',V *,ray & ' uiy, do F 1' lc>>tt, du ?I F DuVal, L'SLri VV II Sleeper, Vj J R Kane, jr, Pa lit 1 C >!uy?, d.? .! leiber. do J W >h*.iowelI, 3uu J O tli-r?ev, Ij* I K M hlaichJorJ Si Itrfv. J 11 Hartley, NY \Y H F Adie, Va I' T Berckwans fc Idtiy, HC Dic|fs,>!il NJ H T Kuese i, V? Mrs HoJgH u, Va G A LMgges T.M rrowni1 IIota*?T- r. a. siunn K Alvord, Tex W A Whittlesey, O J Ber nett, Mo J F Kinjfc NY A J ioaei, Ark G llelm.ith, Pa li XV Martin, NY \ B Clarke, M t E N Martin, do W K Joaca, Va J Majtnnrd, d > J \XMC, jr, d > K A Jeffrey, d1! E Meed?, ?.o K M Tangm, La C Gre< n, do r E Gre&eaux, jr, UC G Gardner, Pa L A Greueao*, La C A Sharp, Md W L, Ky ?* II Paynairat, d? M Dao, NY H Miles, DC G t Patfcall, do J G J?ek<on W Little, do L Invin, NY !. W Gamber n?.i , l? C Corcoran, Teni. Mo A H Huguft, L v VI?r Helmuti, Fa M.*r Ile'iiiaoh, do II Ueimafb, do W iliavrl*' Hvt?: -n a. & i. c. wuuid P U WvckofT, Ala G Hilmut!;, Pa B I) Wnol, Va J S H?n?brough, Va J B Wiley, do J G Alto 4i lady, Pa P Webhrr, P;i Misi 4lto, do C W Borup Si ?<>n, Mni J Alto, jr, do V A Parn>h,jr. Pa J C'armichar!, M?i K Lamer, U8N J W flirnor.ton, NY W rt Lincoln and lady, J * p.ig?ter, do Kllkwood llOMVS?J. B. Si a. KIKKWOOD. G A Kobinaon. Tc?n V? K Oirick. Mi A L> Peck, NY G W Lane, do K K HudfikK, tgRy A Join,son & lady u T Owen, Ky C William^, NY W K Thr ill, O J J L ingJon. La W L McMJIen, <1*. L J Adam?, Navy J M Boorman, NY C ll Yoanv, L?c C" C ("olgate, do A <? p Ni-.liol.son, d<? G k Robins Ma? G U Ca tteu.aa, NY P G White, do v IK Lewi#, Md E B Prettyman, M l V J Pntey, Pa J T Wynne, Mi J H Bartman, do Unttod 6Ut?i Hotel?*, c ncuir. T Win, Md VV K Oriick, MJ vV E Older, d? Ste<-I, do J L Camper. Va J W Harris, do M Hlagg, 1U I. EHimmi. do J H Taylor It lady J li Bradley, NY Lt J T Joi.e^. Va A G Win taker, Pa G G Martin, V.. W Maaon, III P W Glaae, <1. H BaH< y, NV K Gr?eo. du FINE WATCHES. ?T TAV1WG made a considerable addition to my ?"1 stock of ?OLD HCNTINa PATENT LEVERS, and ladies' watches Of first quality, heavy LB carat c Also.SLLVER WATCHES for boy*. I oner them at greatly reduced prices. The muvt iacnu are selected witii great car*, and every Watch is warruutfl. Persons in want of a line tiiuekespur arc invited to cittmine my assortment. H SEMKEN, No. ISO l a. avcuuv, betw. 9th and lOiii *U. mar 30 _ NOTICK.?I received this day a new assort ment of SLEEVE BUTTONS and STUDS, of the latest styles. Also, a variety of other new Goods: a*> Vest Chains, ''hatelains, Bracelets, Pins Earrings, Rings, etc. Great inducements off?red to purchaser*. II. SEMKEN, No. 330 Pa. avenue, bet. 9th and 10th si-. Qrjb Sew Peinti put to Gold P*ns at short notice. Diamonds remounted, and Jewelry made to order mar ^9? tf WASH!JiGTOJt STOVE M\tiCP.HT.iRI', S. ?. corner i\f Pa. av. aint Eleventh street, Sole Agency for CHILSON, GOULI) fc CO.'S Warming ?nd Ventilating Apparatus, M POND & CO.'S (ot Boston) Union Double-Oven Cooking Ranee. J. L. MOTT'S (of New York) INVINCIBLE DOUBLE-OVEN RANGE. Constantly on band, and receiving LATROBE STOVES, for heating two stoiies; Parlor and Cham ber GRA I'ES, Enannd ed and Japanned Conking, Hall, Parlor, Chamber and Dining Room SI OVES; Plain, Tinned and Enamelled Iron HOLLOW WARiE; Bloek Tin, Planished and Japanned WARE in great variety. All of which will be sold at the lowest possible rate#, that will compare favorably with any Estab iishment *outh of New York. An examination of my stock is earnestly solicited ap 13?Jin J\S SKIRVING DENTISTRY. " DR. MUNSON respectfully calls public attention to his new, patent, audGRE \TLY . IMPROVED method of pitting Artifi-ialj Teeth, with Continuous Gum?the v?-ry PERFECTION OP THE ART. This style ofT.eth has the following a Ivantag.s over all others, viz : GREAT STHENGTH, CLEANLINESS. tOM FORT.and BEAUTY, vieing with Nature in these respect*, and in some others excejling. Public in ?peetion i- respectfully solicited. Please call and *cc specimens. CAUTION.?No other Dentist in the District of Columbia h~?s a right to nr.k'' thi? style of Te?th. N. B.?Teeth constitutional'? healthy, plugged and v.-arranted for life. Office and house at No. 5*98 E ?trect, near the corner of Pennsylvania avenue and i4rh street. ap 24?tf TO THE LADIF7S. atew- miss s j. Thompson djafc jfnfli? n~*.v prepared to show onr larpe?#^B qgPfc and well selected stock >f MillinerylHBr ""which she has just opened, of the la test styles which we are selling at the lowest prices, and we cordially invite the ladies to call early and have the first selections. We would also respectfully cal! their atteniicn to our large and hand handsome stock of Fancy Goods Perfumery. Gloves, Hosiery, &c,. which we c?n cell at unusually low prices. HUTCHINSON MUNRO, No. 310 Pennsj-lvania avenue, fir?' we?t of Walter Harper Sc. Cu.'i. mar ? PAINT AND OIL STORE. M. T rAHKEK, HOUSE, SIGN & ORNAMENTAL PAIN FEB, LOUISIANA avenue, between Fixth and S?v enth street*!, No 60. Residence No. 390 C street, betw?!en Sixth and Seventh has added to his present business the sale of PAINTS, OILS, GLASS and PUTTY, in small or large quantities. The attention of nouaekeepers is particularly called to the convenience of this arrangement as they can at ill timer procure HEARTH and other ViJXED PAINTS, of all co'ors. made ready for use by a PRACTICAL PAINTER. Orders promptly attended to and respectfully so Hcited. ?;HEAP FOB CASH. may2?1 m RLV. JOHN LAN AII A", PASTOR OF THE EXETER STREET, M. E. CHURCH.?A swong d#sire to benefit th?> afflicted iuduecs hsru thu? to cemfy. We chabenge any other medicinu to present such a mass of testimony fr?>m gentlemen *nd ladies of htjh standing of our own well-known citizens, who testify of cures of CuUGH, B RON CH1TIS, RHEUMATISM DVSPEPSIA. &?. Baltiiiori, January 24tb, 1855. Heart. Mortimer <V Mowbray : I take pleasure in saying io you that I have used > jut ' Hampton's Tincture" with very great profit. k rom a serious t.iroat airection, my general health had become very much impaiieJ, when I com menced to use ''Hampton's Tincture." 1 found Its effects upon my general health most salutary.? My nervous system and di?e?*,ve organs soon right ed up under its ???. I have several times rec;,mm?-iid?-d il to my friends, and in every case, as tar a? I hav: Ltcn in formed, tbty hiivc u<?* it with -ucct-s. Yours truly. v-oHX LaSAHa!*, 1' 0 hsctf: M. E. Church, Baltixor. BLEEDING OPTHE LUNGS Raleigh, N C., Feb.*. i Mortimer $ Mowbray: I do here jy certify that al/.u:, twelve ni.iiili- .tgo I was takou witii ;? - "Yere hemorrhage of the Lungs u-id had four attacks of it i w u advised to try Dr. tlumj'l'j:: s Vegetable Tincture I procured une bottle, and afttr taking whicli, I wxs satisfied hat I wa? much better ; and that, at;i:r taking the ? :rt!i kittle, I was entirely well, and now I enjoy as rood health a- ever I did in uiy life. I can, and do, v. itli out th^ ienat hesitauon. recommend th^ Tincture to allperson. affl:cttd in my way. Gio. W Wtia: tv. CURE FITS?READ: iiyre to the Sick than GoLd.?itrum oi,*. ol Uir mo. t respectable DrugKists in South Carolina. Charleston, S. C. Sept. 21,1553. M .RTiMEX It Mowkkat :?Tiie sale nf ycur Hampton'* Vegetable Tincture is i.icr.;asir.g every day, and every l?-.|? !?^ sjold recommends this ra!ua'?le medicine to the aSUcted. Several of o::r piaatcrs IiMve tried il in different casen with as'.on ishinr ruccees, aad are getting by half dozens. It h^uj been found to bo the greatest temedy for rheu matic afiectioiu, and a wonderful cute ha^ teen performed on a in gro boy, suffering from FjM. I will furni .h you with a number of certificates if you wish thera. i aiu, gentlemen. y?ars, W. G. TftoTT. Call and paiiip::!eis> ,'rau~, and see curt??>f L iujjl!. Bronchitis, KhruMat^m, Neuralgia, |?y? : Nmuhibmlw aad t. liLrat Wttkam a* a f -!:ialc luedicMie or ?*.; ? childrnn w<: believe unequalled. S?ld by .MoRTIMLit M< ivVBKAY, 140 Balti more street, Baltimore, a;:d ~.M\ Broadway, N. Yo.k nAH. SroTT i Cv,., J. B. Mooag, D. H. Claris, Clacks & Bowlino, W. Elliot, and H. MoPnra kom, WHs'iington ; ',y K. tf. f. Cl btL, G< ojki; town; Slid C. C. 1>k?.rYj Alexandrib, and by D:ug gi*t* everywhere. fcbil?tr AN APPEAL TV COMMON SENSE. TRTTUi; 9ICK HEAR TIIE 1 RITTH. Csftain Benjamin.? Wherercr known h:s t ::;'l Pior.y will lie conclusive. But lest those who do net kiti-w the Captain should be sceptical, Dr. j:-.w s?jii fit Bro.; with others of the best knuw 1 and mo ; highly respectable eiuzmj of E;<*toii, ?nd<?r- .- u wundurful cure ly HAMPTOK'a VK2TAbLB T1NCTUR8 w _ . liAiTON, Oct. 4. lt?i. Me-irj. Mortvuej 4' Mo* Way : Gentlemen?I teel it my duty to yeu and the pub lie to certify t.? the effects of Hampton's V'getablt Tincture. I was for more than five years iaborin^ under a di>?*iiae of t^hiousc Rheumatism, and thi great parn ?>i _t.':a; 1 wuj . > helpias.; th. t I had t'? be helped Hum iny bed atid diessed in my ck>t!u> I b'-can?e reduced ti# a nr>wre skeleton. All tho rued icme? I t<>ok ilone nie no good, and I continued to grow wor?<\ i heard of Hampton'i Tincture and thought I would ^ive it a trial. At thi* time 1 did not expect to liv<- on. day after another, f i?tt take it (the Tincture) fur the Rheumatism, L\:t ui a short time I was well ?.f that disease. Iron: tS effects of your 1 incture and the help of t;.,-.i I la. row getting in good health. I wish aii tne afflicted to t?y Hampton's Vegetal.* Tincturc, as I have d >ne, wi'tli the tame i .'l'ect that it has on Your obedient servant, Isaac Benjamin, We arc acquainted with I.aac Benjamin, sola him some ot Hampton's Vegetable Tincture, ami Ik. ileve the above statement correct. Dawson k Bro. From our knowledge of Captain Benjamin we aic confident that the above statement is true ;uid un exa^erated. J. A. Johnson, Charles R'jbinscn. Call and *> t pamphteLs #r.tts, and Bee cures u Cough, Bronchitis, Rheumausm, Neuiaiyia, Dvs pepe:a, Nervousness and General Weakneas. As a female medicine or for delicate childien wc believi it unequalled. tV.IJ by MORTIMER &. MOWBRAY, 110 Baiti more street, Baltimore; and J04 Broadway. N. Vojl Chas. Stoi r & Co., J. B. Moore, D. B. Clap.kb Clarke \ ii^wLiito, W. Klliot, and II. MH'her ifo*, Wa.-vhin^U>o; also, by R. S. F. Cissel, George tawn. ami C. C. Berry, Alexandria, and by Drug ?. v?ryv>lK:c*. ien H li |Z IHH ME IF ynu DARE!?A new Waltz, very \,*UlU!',e ,or beginners, eumpo^ed J'lid dedicated i? ol '??"orjjMtuwn, by Prof. W Hunter. I 'l h-l:ed and lor ^ale at HILBIttf at HITZ'S Mumc D^pi,!, may i? Comer Pr. av, tuKfUth el. Pr?po*aU for autio?iiyk t v>rnoc or the PacuxttT or tbx Ssvati, ?? ' April 24,1846 IN pitman* of th^ "art legsiaing and making *pj" ropriat on.", for such D'cikHrj elyictd have been usu.lly included in the general apprpri+tion bills without authority of law, and to fix and pro ride Ibr certain incidental expenses of the depart merit? and offloM of the aevernment. and for other parpen?*," arproved th* 20th of August, 1842, sealed proposals will bs received at thl* office uctil 1 i o clock, a m., on Monday, the 21tt of May next, for furnishing the following articles of rtatiooery for the iue of the Senate, each article (o U of the very best quality, and to be approved by the Secretary, via: 50 reams hard*?ra paper, very tough, and wth very smooth su fcce; the size to be 28 by &2 inches. and to weigh not loss than 45 pcundd to the ream 5u0 stwete prepared pan hipeit, 16 by 22 inches square, of the very btet qualify, per sheet 2 reams enxrisring pap^r, very am roth anJ thick, ifl by 10 inches when trimmed, per ream , 60 reams cartridge paper, very U.uxh and with very sm>ith surface; the s'zeto be 21 inches by 26 inch* 8, and t<i weigh not l:ss thtn 26 pounds to the ream, per reun 6C0 reams cartridge paper, very tough and with very smooth surface; the size tobe 19 inch"* by 24 inches, ard io weigh not less than .2} pounds to the ream, per ream 100 reams white fof*. wrapping paper, per ream 10 reama whi'e tingle fist cap paper, satin fii ish, per ream 5 reams white legal cap paper, satin finish, faint lined, c f the very beet quality, per ream 50 reams white c*p paper, sa'io finish, fain lined oTthe very best quality, par tram 5 ream white cap paper, fatin finish, of the very beat quality, plain, per ream 50 rr.-uns while vellum cap paper, satin finish, second quality, faint lined 10 reams white vellum cap piper, saMn fin ish, second quality, plain 50 rc-am^ whit? laid 4to. post paper, highly glazed and hard calendered, gilt, fa'nt lined, and to weigh not Jess than 9 pounds to the ream 50 reams white vellum 4to post pap?r, hfchly glased and hard wdend^red, gilt, faint lined, of the Very best qunlity 20 reams white lull 4t?, post paper, highly gUaed aud hard ca'ende~ed, gilt, and to weigh not less than 9 pounds to the ream 10 ream a smsll sis- white laid letter par er, hig?ly glaxM and h':rd calc ad-red, gilt^ of the very best qua'ity 20 reams white ve'lum 4*o. post pap e-, hhjh y g'a;-d scd hard calendered,gilt, of the very best quality 20 reams white isid B*:h post paper, highly glazed and hard calendered, g:i", taint lined, an 1 to wcl^h not less than ? pounds to the ream 20 reams white vellum Path post paper, h'gh ly glaze ! and hard calendered, gilt, faint lint!'!, of th-very best quality -0 rranis white laid Uath p?st paper, highly glased &nd hard calendered, gll?, end to we'sh not lew than 7 pound" ti- the ream 20 rearms Alhambris Path paper, highly giaz d and hard calendered, faint lined, ofthe very be*t quality 10 reiroa Aihanbra Bn-h paper, highly glaz?d and hard calendered, ef the very best quality 30 reams amber Bath paprr, Ligtiy g*az?d and hard caiendered, faint lined, c.f ;he v?rv be:t quality 6 reams amber Beth paper, highly glaz*d and hard calendered, of the very be*t quality 20 ream* white vellum Fatbp-oft paper, highly plated and hard calendared, gilt, of the very be.?t qua! ty 10 reams blm vellum 4Eo. pwt paper, high'y ;:l:uel and bard calendered, gilt, feint lined, of the very best quality 10 reams Di* la Rue's double thick cream laid large not* paper, *f the v ry l*6t quality 20 resmi white v?llum large note p?psr, high ly ?laied aud hard ??slendered, gilt, faint lined, of the very beet quality 25 re ms white laid large note paper, highly gl atwl, bard o*lend?*r?-d, gilt, faint liued, un' to veigh not Ic? ihtn 4 pounds to the nam 20 srhite laid i?.rc? note paprr, highly gl-xed, bird calends r.d, gilt, aed to wei^h n? t Kts thun 4 p-nunds to the ream L0 ri?iun.-. white vellum larg? notep^per, highly gl?2-d, l ard calendered, gilt, cf th* very bertqua'ity. 20 roaa.? ?hife vel um FDaU net* piper, highly slaz ,<L b;*.rd c^endend gilt, fjdnt lined, of the very best quality v!0 rfams wLlte Valium fmoll note paper, highry s;l?ed, hard calendered, gilt, of the' Tfryb*s qua'i^y 5 reams amber note pacer, h:srhly gl zed and hard calendered, faint lined, cf the v?ry beet quality 5 rsuns amb-r note paror, highly glazed and hard calendered, rf the very bu t quality V0 reams f in y note paper, of different kinds, aatin finish ?2 reams blotting pat^r, cf the vtry l?st quality e dosen cap portfolioa withou*. lockr. per doz^a 6 doxr.i quarto portfolios with locks, per dozen 12 dozen four blade penksivea, j,e:rl handlsf, tilver tipped, per do-en " d ?jn j!!iiill tw-_-blade penkBivei-, pearl han dles, silver tipped, jwr dozen 6 deter; four blade penknives, buck handled. tipped, prr dcz?n 2 dczMi Wo:y handle eraBers, ptr dosen 1 drzen pairs ofike shears 0 dca-a j aiis i-ciraor-i, per dozen t (J..?-n ptirl folJert-, per dozen 12 doz?n ivory ?olderf,0 inrhes long and i inch wl!*, and to WMgh not less than 9 ounoec to the dozen, p^rdoieu 20 doz?n I,-ory bandit wafer PtHmpa.che iueTe I>er d'.-zeu C dozen ?mall pearl l.aadle stampe, or cthirs of equal quality, for note?, p?r dezen G do??n small agate nan lie stamps or oth-rs of equal quality, for no>^, per dct?n (J d"Z??n Iarje size cut ^la?a paper weights, befct quality, per Con a 0 dcten suiall size cut-glass cr other paper w-igh' 8, best quality, per dozen 6 dctjn bronze taper staiids, or others of equal qua ity, p?>r doaen i} dcten ma'.ch boxec trilL was matches, i>er dozen 10 pounds wax tapers, per p und 20,00t? w?x mat-Lc;, in l^>xe.->containing250 ,t 500 each, per m u gross bi*ck lead prncils, Fabwr's, Noh. 1 and 2, cr othera of like quality, per gros? - dozed boxes pencil leads 1 dtz-c bronze 1 tt..r clips ? dozen fttnd'shes, with pump inkaUnds, (er with cut gUfcs inkstunds with binge tops,) an 1 with sand and wafer boXfS, aud pea rack.--, per doa*n C doaen cut-glass iuki'tanda 1% inch square, wi'.h hinge tops, forderks, p^r dozen C doaen c it glaaa pand atands inch square, metal top?, for desks, per uoa-?n 2 down large b'zj cut-ilwa inkstands, per dozen 5 dozen small slz< fnncj inkstands, per doz-n 2 dea- n bronzo tpring-top Inkstands, jor dessu 3 doaeu Eund lifters, per dozen ? doaen w.ifer boxes, per dozen t) dozen b'j-t quality office taste, per dozen 5 gro b red tape, No. 23, per gross 6 gr*s red tape, p*i grosg 26 grot; red Upe, No. 13, per prosd 6 dozen bronze L'ptral-spring letter balance?, per dozen 1 tioaer. memorandum books, quarto: Ize, mo* roeoo covers, per d--*"ii 6 d'.a?R memorandum books, octavo siae, ia> roceo covers, per dozen 2 dozon m-morandum bock;, 12no. tiie, mo rocco covers, per dozen 12 dozen do*h p<*n wipers, perd ^ten 5 pounds India rubber, 40 pieces to the pound, per pound 200 dozun Urge barrel stee) pecs, very elastic, Ser dozrm" ozen small barrel ste>l cen?, very elastic, per doaen 150 cards Perry'd three po'nt steel pons, cr others of like mtike und quality, pec card 100 cards Perry's fine-point steel pens, or othera of like make and quality, p r card f>0 cards Phineas's bank steel pens, or othera of like makeanl quality, per card 75 cards Perry'sside-spring steel pens, orothers of like make and quality, per card 50 cards PhinwH s imitation quill pens, or others of 'ike make and quality, p r card 150 cards Phlneas's long-point bronze steel pens,or others of llks make and quality, per card 'J00 eards bullion jmus, per oarl 60 cards Phln^as's patent double elastic steel pens, per card 4 gross electro gilt locg point pens 0 gross gutta percha pms 5 groee alfcata sonographic lon^-point pens 10 grcss long-point albata pens, per gross 50 doaen fine-pcint double action steel pens, per dczen 5 gro?* cthec steel p^ns, per cross 2 groas large barrel pen hac lies, rosewood, per gross 2 gross f mail barrel pen bandies, rosewood, I-er grots 6 grots steel tipped pen handles, per grocs ti doz-n fancy p -n handlvs, per Ur.aen 16 dozen pint bittln of black ink, of the very best quality, per dozen h dozen ha^f pint botties of black ink, of the very best quality, per dozen 1 doaen b ttles r?d ink, per drzou ? 5 i-ounde medium-size red waft?s,in stjuare or oblong boxes, cnnlalninv ilounseaeacn, per p^uiid 16 pounce medium s*- red watera, io tin can inters, < r I poojjd hpx-*s, p r pound 6 deMn boxes 'ransixir^nt stfvm pmr dozen in do"*? motto ?ti?n, p?r iotn 10 ponndartd wax, ot the very beat quality, 10 seeks to the pc trad, per p-und *?? wax o'tne v?ry l*#t auality, 20 e P?and, in % pound Voias, per 6 loxen small boxss fancy w?x, per dozen 1 do*'?jars gum pcrdoiM 1 do?en small bottles cum macllw*. psr dosea 6 dozsn emboeeed paper boxes, 1U Inab* by 8 inches sqiare and 2m"lw de*p, psr doaen 1 dcieo emboss*! paper boxoa, 8 Inehee by 6 in' h*e tquare ao 1 1 iioh deep, per doaen fi morjcco covered b^xes, 25 inches by Incfcea square and inches -Jeep, with locks, to be in all reete xa lika the sanple at this office, per duea 1 denn mahogany rulers, 16 lvo\?B in lea^h. round or thit, per doaen 200 pounds befct blick 6an I, In I pound pap*rs, p:rpound 6,000 extra largo sis) whi'e acheeirs tnvelopi?. veiriraooth and thick, ?}< inches by 4^ inches square per M 10,000 long wbi;e aJhemve envelopes, for letter*, very smooth and thick, inches by inches square, pjr M 5,000 long cloth liu. d adheeive e&velopes, inches by 3# ir oh*-; square, per M 10,000 long white adhere eurtlopes, for Tetters, 8 lachs by SU inchcs square, per M 5,(?00 lcng buff" adhesive envelope, for tetters, very smooth and thick, per M 5,000 long white adhesive envel pes for Bath paper, 6J? itches by 2 3-8 laohee square, per M ?.000 white adhc&i v ? letter envelopes, vary smooth nnd thlr k, 51-6 inches by 3^ lochas square, per M 30,000 white adhesive letter envelopes, vary smooth and thick, inchas by 31-6 iacbee square, par M 5.030 cloth-lined adhesive Ist'.er ecvalopea, per M ^.000 buff adhesive tetter envelopes, very may th and thick, same s!z?, per M 5,000 De L% Run's thick white note f uv??V j k?. adhe?Ne. to suit ihe double thick net pa per, ;.er M 5/00 amber-colored sdhfsive envelopes, to suft the Bath paper, per M 5,000 ambvr ook-red adli?sive epv?l>pes, to suit the note paper, per M *0,000 large white adbesive note envelope?, to *a't the large acte paper, pw M ?0.000 small white adhesive note envV.opea, to ealt the sma'l note paper, per M 10,00) env lopes, to rut the fiancy note paper, per M 5,00i) white embossed card envelope, per M 5,000 plain white adhmive e?rd envelopes, p-r *J 10,000 medium siae white adhesive envelofe?, f r d*cuwente. v?ry th'?k,fmwti), aod tou^h, per M 5,000 medium cite cloth lined adherive envelopes, p*r il 50,000 malium-siae buff adhesive en.elojt*. lcr documents, vmy t?>icx. smooth, ani toagh, per M 500,000 mediua buff envelopes, for documents. vsry thick, smocih ana tough, not splitsive, per M The adhesive envelopes must be thickly gummel, a fourth of no imh wid??, round the lappel*. By the noi appioved Juue 17, 1844, the Secretary Of the Fecate it "dirwrt-. d to confine his pwchsMH exclusively to ar icles of ,h? growth ani manufac ture of ths United State?, provided the s^m* can be procured of surhgr wth and manu'acuxeoffcnittble quality and at rwxsoneble price?', upon as good tei ms t* f? quality and prio? as c ?n be obtained of f^reicn growth and m .nufictute" A preference %i 1 therefore b^given to the pr vinctions cf Amer!*o induttry; and all persons making proposals to *>ip ply anyartlcle wi'l state whether the ?ame is of the growth and manufacture of the Unite* States. The articles must be delivered at the office of th* Secretary ol the Senate at Washington, free of any charge i.>r carriage, on or before the 10th of Septem ber n?xt, JTivry article mutt be of the very best quality, tinUnt an inferior article u calledfvr. The right is expressly reserred, in c 6e it shall b* necassary, to order, upon giving reasonable notice, sny additional quantity olany or al! of raid articles that may be required for th^j us? of the Senate during the thirty-TourtL Congress. A 'ufficlent rpeciinec of each article proposed for (of paper half a quire, ani of env?lop3iu5) Is to accompany the piopoaal. and to bo marhml With 'he name of the proposer, and the price of the article. The whole of i ach article specified in the foregoing list will bedeom'dac'as ; and the person o(T?riu^ to furnish any suchilvs at the lowest price (qua'ity considered) will recirivn a contract for ihe SAm", c a cxecu'ing h bold, wi h two or more sureties sati? fictory lo the Secretary n' the *en???e, for th?< p?T K-rtanacf there; f, under a forfeiture of twice the contract price in okaof failure, which bonl is to be tiled in (beoffic& cf the said secretary within t?n days aft< r the proposals have been aooepted. If any article contracted for should not be d<-liv er?4 within ths tlmo stipjlited, or should be iate rior in any respect to the mmple, the bonl of the contractor wUl be put In suit. Propcstls fhouid ba endorsed " Proposal.- r' r r,tatir.nery for th* S"-,a>e," and be dirtrcte-1 to the Secretary of the Sennte at Waehing on. I'rspcials and sp^cimenc must te delivered at tbe o?ce free of charge. Aprd 24? law4w Trxasikv Oei-artssnt, March 5, lt^5. OTICE IS IIEKEHY GIVEN tn the holdew?.t' _ . _ stock ot the United States descnoed in tlie f)i lowing notice ot yd January last, that tor the pur pose of coinpletini; the purchase of ihe amount therein named, this d< garment will continue to purchase, upon the term^ uf said notice, to the ex tetu of the lesidue of the sum proposed not y^t ob tained?my ?1,153^85 00, If said atoeks are offered , aa;i received here prior to the fitst day of June next: | Triashrv Diphtxiht, January 3, 15^5. Notice hereby given to the holders of the fol , lnwing describe.! stocks of the United States, Uiat| tlus department ir< prepared to purchase, ^t any time between the date hereof and ihe 1st day of March next, puitions of those stocks, amounting in the ag I gregate to ,f 1,900,000, in the maimer and on the teims hereinafter mentioned, to v/it: In case of r.ay contingent competitor, within jr.e amount stated, preference will be given in the <>r<h r of time in which said stocks may be offered. TIih ccruficated, duly a;*igned to the United Sutt:* by the patties who are to receive the amount thereof, lnabi Lie traHsii iited 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 cach cer tificate. ?2. A premium oa the stock of the loan authoiir d bv the act of Juiy, 1846, redeemable November 12, 1856, of2fc percent.; on the stock of the loan an thorized by the act of 1842, redeemable 31st Decent ber, 1862, of 10 per cent.; on the stock of the loans authonaed by the acts of 1847 and 1848,a ^redeem able. the former on tlie 31st December, ItoGT, an.I the latter ou the 90th 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.) C prtr cent. 3. Interest on the par cf 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 owuer) of onw day's interest in addition. l'ayment for said stocks will be made in drafts of the Treasurer of the United States, on the assistant reasun r at Boston, New York, Philadelphia, as the parties may direct. But to certificate will be entitled to the benefit of this notic?- which .-hall not be actually received al the Treasury on or before the sai.l 1st day of March ?"t. JAMES GUTHRIE, mar 6? dtJunel Secretary of the Treasury. CANAL PACKET LIFE TO POINT BOCKS. THE Canal Packet CONGRESS hiving been I thoroughly repaired, and put in first rate 3T3? I order, will commence running* MONl)AY.?yM? the 30th instant, for ihe transpcrtatiou of passenger* and light freight between Georgetown and the above named point, on the most pleasing terms. The Boat will leave the wharf of W. H. Ritter for the Point of Rocks on every MONDAY, WEDNES DAY, and FRIDAY mornings,hi 7 o'clock, and the Point of Rocks for Georgetown on TUESDAY, i Til URHDAY, and SATURDAYS, at the same IiourJ stopping at the different landings along the line for the reception and landing of passengers and freight, going and returning. Passage through either way $2, shorter distances at the same rates. That is to say,from Georgetown t.? Great Falls 50 cents; Seneca 75 cents ; Edward^ Ferry $1.25; Manocrcy $1.50. Meals served regularly on board the Boat at mod erate rates. JOHN CROMBVJGII, Proprietor, CHARLES MERRELL, al' 23~lm Captain. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. 9. 0. FLABARKE, e or nor of Tenth and C st? , who ? is a practical manufacturer in metal, has an assortment of Sllvei plated NUMBERM of various patterns He will make numbers for houses, hotels pews in Churclis, and for baeke, to suit ail taste* and ia canfldent at the low price they will be made that it will nit the purchaser. ap 16?lm CHARLIC8 IIA8KIKS, Architect. {Pa. evenue, between Tenth and EieteiUk street}) washinoton, d. c. WILL continue to furnish Plans, detail working Drawings, and specifications of building of evt-ry description .and aLo to superintend their? rec twm feb 1?ctf THE HEALING OF THE NATIONS. BY CHAS. LINTON. With an lutroduction and Appendix by N. P. Tallniadge. Published by the .r^fLTA,L0' * N NEW SONG. IIY DID I LOVP. FALSE FLORA, words H. and music by W. B , of ibis city, and d? tli ca?.' dto Inez Allison, the fair Guitarist Tnis tong lias a most ch.oiiiiug melody. Iu<t oub limited and lor^ale by 11 Irrll US \ 1IIT/.. an 4 vv DOCTOR HOOFLAND'S CBLKBKATID ?trman Bitters, nmio bt DR. C. M JACKBOH, Philad'i., Pe., WILL BrPTOTrALLT.crRB liter Mount, DfsraPHi, Jinnies, Chronic or Ifervout Drbilit]/, Dinaut </ tie Kidney, and aU ditomoet anting from a 4m Trdorod Liter or Stommok. Such z* Constipation, luwar.i Pii**, Fulness, or Blood to the Head, Acidity of tbe Stomach, Nau sea, Heart bnrn, Disgust for food, Fullness or weight ia the Stomach, four Eructations, Sink in* or Fluttering at tbe Tit of the Stooiach, Swim nnng tf the H6ed, Hiht ed and difficult Breathing, i'luitenng at ibe Heart, Choking or Suffucatutg * hen in a lyin* Posture, Duumset wt Vision, Dots of Webs beft re ihe Sight, Fever and Hull Pain in the Head, D fldencyof Perspiration, Yellowness of the Sk>n and Eye?, Pain in the Side, Back, ChmTfThuhe, Ac., Sudden Flu<-he? of Heat Burning in the Flesh, Constant Iiiiagtn ings of Evil, ana great depression of Spirit*. rFHE proprietor, in calling Uie all ntion of Uie 1. public to tliis preparation, does so with a fo?J i:iq; or the utmost confidence in its virtues and adap tation to the diseases for whidh it i? recommended. It is 110 new and untried article, but one that has st:>*d the test of a ten years' trial before the Amen cm people, and its imputation and sale is unrivalled by any similar preparations extant. The testimony in iu favor zivcu ky the most poMUineiit and well kuown Physicians and individuals, in all part* of the country ij immense. The following from North Catnlma is respeetfhlly suh<i>itt>'d, referring any who may htill doubt, to my "Memorabilia," or Prac tical Receipt Book for Prrmers and Families, to be had gratis, of all the Agent? tor the German Bitten. Principal Office and .Manufactory, 190 Arch sL, Philadelphia, Pa. TESTIMONY FROM NORTH CAROLINA. Orfi/iraU of Dr. TV. Smith, of Pin? Hill, Rich mond Cc-.mty, N. C. Pm? liitt, March 4th, 1851. Dr. C. M. Jackson, Philadelphia?Dear Sir: I have hern a subject of Dyspepsia, in its worst f ria, for the latt five years. Such was my condition for twelve months that the physicians and al! who saw ?lie said I must die. While in this condition, I was carried to the watering places in Vir?mia, Tenne. see and North Carolina, Lut wa- not benefited by any water to which 1 was taken. While m my ?a> home, I stopped a week at Rutherfor Jtor, a small village in North Carolina, to fry the effect of soml! Chalybeate water in that place. About the Inst of the week, ! went into a drug store to get some medicine for iny child and myscif. There were several or the village phy?<ciane in the store, and one of them seemed to take some interest in my case. auJ, after asking me some qucsnonj, said he had been a dyspcpt:c, and had been greatly bene fitted by the use of" Dr. Hooltmd's German Bit ters," prepared by ycu, and he insisted that I would try the Bitters 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 ft, &nd 1 commenced taking it as direrted, and 1 do say I wa3 more benefitted by it thau all the water :ind medicine I had evtr taken. After reaching home one of my neighbors came to me for a nreyription and medicine, (he a dyspep tic,) and i gave him nearly all the Bitters I had len, which effected much good in his ease. He ha*often called on me for more of Uie same k nd ot medi cine, fawnp he was mure benefitted by it tlian any other he had taken, but I have not been able to girt any more for him or myself '"'J, thero lure, pleas*.- ship me a dozen or more as boon as pos Tble. Respectfully yours, W. SMITH. D. R. HOOKER, Roger's Store. Wa*.: Co., N. C., October 24.1853, says:??' havinz experienced vcrv treat benefit irom tile use of " Iloonand's German Bitters," in Chronic Dysentery a::d functional de rangement of the Liver, and iu concomitant evils, 1 am desirous of obtaining a quantity of it for the benefit of my community. You will, therefore, please send a lot, Ac. Ac. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J. ATWOOD. Hlmtsvilli, Yadkiw Co , N. C ,Nov. 1st, 1853. Ih.C. M. Jackson?Dear 8ir: Allow me to ex pre^w to you my sincere thanks for your discovery of a medicine which, to say the least of it, has ef fected a cure that all other medicines, that I have aken, have entirely failed to dn. ''Hoofland's Ger man Bitters" have eured me of th? most stubborn and aggravated case of the pilks that, perhaps, ever fell te the lot of man. My case is not a stranger in t<iia community, as I am well known in this and Liu -nrrauiiding counties, and can truly say that my re covery has astounded all my friends nnd relations, a- 1 had tried everything recommended, and nothing did me any go.Ki until i was prevailed upon to try Sie Bitters. You arc at liberty to make any ?tee ot this communication, for the benefit of the afflicted, you may think proper. Trily vours, \VM. J. ATWOOD. These Litters are entirely ^egetaf-U, they invigorate and strengthen the system, never prostrate it, and can be used for infants as w> 11 as adults. For sale by respectable dealers everywhere, and by Z. D. GILM AX, Washington; J. L. KIDWELL, Georgetown! and J. R. PIERPONT, Alexandria, mar 1?iv CAKTEK'S SPANISH MIXTURE. Qrent Parffir of ;b? Blood I Jfot a Particle of Mercury Xa It in IriALUuu Rbrdi for Scrofula, King's Evil, Rheumatism, Obstinate Cutaneous KrupUocs, Incsl^i or For.ale* on the face, Blotches, Bolls, Circnic feors E}**, H'.tg TTcrta or T^tttr, S<.-?td llea-1, Knlargcoient nai Pain of tne bvoee Ccd Joluts, Stubborn Ulwrs, Syphilitic Di^rders. Laml-airo. Spinal Cc.apla:nts, ani &l' the di?e?w* ?riding ftcm au injadi'icuF we of Mercury, lia t-rud ?ncs is Lit#, or Inpority cf the Blood. J^IllS valut-'e ."IrdT'ne, which haa b*or.icr ct!f? JL brated for tb? cumber ot txtra rdi^ary cur'*, sffectci through Its t?ency, ban Induced the prcr>ri store, at the urg-nt re^u^t of their frit nis, to c-tf-r it to tbe public, which ib-y do with ite u?.m'-n4. con &lenc? in Ito virta*r and vronderinl cu.atire ptop sra b Tbe [ohvmui certlll^atrs, ;?l-ct.ed lro?n c Ur^e ruLiaber. are, n-^WtoV-.r. etronger testlrconj tbau tha mere word of tbe proprietor*; and are ell trora ^ntlem-n well knevn is th-ir 'loea'.itlap, and ?f tba bl|ib?-t r?;pectability, many of th-m rer'.dlr^ in the city of hiehinond, v'a. f. HQYLb'.i, cf tb? Exchange flcrel. Eltb moiid, ki-own tvery vhere -aye he ha* eeeti 'he idne called CaiiTca's VPAaiau itiXTuai, sOm.nijtetT-i in ovsr t hundred rasea, in near'y all the diseapet for wbicb it Li ;scoumcndr4( witb th? icoi?t rr?ton Lshinsiy g.xvj ri ~ai'.? lie ?iys it is the mwt ex Iraardioary medicine he bnn ever -*<?n. AGUE ANU FEVKIt?GtlBAT OURF -I bfereby ?certify that for<h:ee years I bad Ague md ?crer of tne most vitrlen: Inscription. I h~d teverai FbT ski?ns, toot Urge Quantities of Wuinise, Mer?u?-y, a^td I Lcliera all tbe T- uice adva;tis?d, but e'l with out peiinanaut rshif. At last 1 t?-led CArter'? Spanish M'itarc, two botttee of which effrctuaij J :ur?<l me, end I am happy to say 1 n?*e bad n-Mtl er chille or fevrrs since. I consider it the l?tt Tonic in this world, acl the only aedieir.- that #ver reached my case. JOHN LONGDEN. 1]saver Ditch, near Rlcbmcnd, Va. 0. B. LUCK, K*v> ncv ia tb? oity of Richmond and for many years in the Poet OJBce, has eucb oonfidenca in the astonishing effl-acy of Carter's fipsniah Mixturv. that be has booaht npwerde of botUoa, which he has given away to tbe affl'cted.? Ur. Luck eaya he ba'< never known it to fail when taken according to directions. Dr. HINGE, a practising Physician, and formerly of the Oity Hotel, in the aty of Richmond, Bays he baa witnessed in a number "of tnetanoee the effceu ot Carter's Spanish Mixture, which were most truly surprising. He says in a case of Ocnsumption, de pendent on the Liver, the good effects were wen tierfoi indeed. SAMUEL M. DRINKER, cf the firm of Drinker A Morris, Richmond, mm : jred etired of Liver Ccm Elaint of threa v ears ? lauding, by the use of twr I'ttiea of Carter's Su^ni'h Mixture. GREAT OURF 0? SCROFULA ?The Editors of tbe Richmond Republican had a servant employed in tbeir preen room, cured of violent Scrofula, com bined with Rheumatism, which entirely disabled him from work. Two buttles of Carter* f panisfc Mixture made a perfect cure of him, and the Edi tors in a public notice, say they "cheerfully recom mend it to all who are affile ted with any dlseaee ol the blood." STILL ANOTHER CURB OF SCROFULA ?I bad a very valuable boy cured of Scrofula by Carter's Spanish Mixture. I oousider it truly a valuable medicine. JAMES M. TAYLOR, Conductor on tbe R. F. and PWR. It. Co- Richmond. Va SALT RHEUM OF TWENTY YEARS STANDING OURKD Mr. JOHN THOMPSON, residing In the city of Richmond, was cured by three bottle* of Carter's Spanish Mixture, of Salt Rheum, which he had for nearly twenty yaare, and which all the physicians of the oculd not cure. Mr. Thompson is a well k?ow? MMhtnt in the city of Richmondf and his is mart M?arkable. WM. A. MATTHEWS, of Richmond had a servant cured e? Svphiiis, in the wont form, by Carter*! Spanish Mixture. He says he cheerfully recom mends it, and considers it a very invaluable medi cine. EDWIN BURTON, commissioner ol the revenue, ?ays he has seen the good effect* of Garter's Spanish Mixture in a number of Syphilitic cases, and save It i* a perfect eure for that horrible disease. WM. S. HARWOOD, et Richmond, cured of old Bore* aa4 Ulours, which disabled him fr*m walking. Took ? few bottlee of Carter's Spanish Mixture, and was ecabled to walk without a crutch,in a shut time permanently cured. Principal Depots at M. WARD, CLOSE A 0t>,. Na 38 Maiden Lane, New York. ?. W. DYOTT A SONS, No. 182 North 2e?0rd Philadelphia. BSNNETi? A BEiiSS, Nc. 186 Male tireet, Rich mond, Ya. And for sale by CHARLES ETOTT, Wsi-hlnrUn D. 0; HENRY PEEL, Alexandria, and by Dmjr-itti ?verywheie. Trie* $1 per bottle, ot *!s le.-ttias for 14. u-pii-iv .TRAVELERS LiKKCTOKY. WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. CHANGE OF Iioma. and after Monday, the 831 inataut. the trans Leave Washington at 6 and a. m., aad 3 and 4 M p m On Sunday at 8 a m and 4^ p m Leave Baltimore at 4* and ** a n, and 3 and 5Jf p m On Sunday at 4* and 5i( p m. ap?-tf T. II. PARBOWS, Agent ittt Mott Bedell's Line. MMW YORK. ALKXANDRIAJTASH1NG TOM CITY, AND DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA P J9CJCETS. This t.wk of packets"satl? weekly frtwn pier 14 Earn River, New York.and oflenet if necessary, and nre tompne?-d of Uie following ftrst class veMe'l?: \ew schr. A. V. B*d*U, Bcdcil. master. New schr. Mott Bec*U, A. V. Tredwell. Schr. D.. Wm Oliver, mamer. Sell'. VnlarU. L. A Smith, mastf-r. Schr. Coifiman-lrr in-Ck*ef. Wngf-.rm, *1W?. Schr. Greentray. Wilson, master. Tbesr rea-elf are all fart sailer*. and the wa?en m?n of experience in tlie trade, aad the onJy refu lar line oi Washingf*1 City packets. MOTT RESELL, Wall etreeu V. T. S. S. MASTERS fc SONS, Alexandria, Va. THOM'.S RILEY, feb 1?6m Washington aad P C. ORANGE /J*D ALKXAHDB1A RAILROAD. fitSi.., ^ On and after Tuesuajf, Aov. 7, 1854, Care leave Alexandria dally for Gordon i Tille and intermediate -tation* at TJf o'clock, a. n-, on the arrival of th<* beat fr-m Washington, giving asst> time for b-?aMa*t on board <>?? o??tjr?K at Maaa* af Junctlen with a train tor Stra? burg, at Warrenion Jo rfior. wit'? a train tor War. renton, and at GorConsvill*. with the trains on tba v h^tua Ceo^al Railroad foe iU*Lmoud,CharloUen vllle, and St* nton The ears leav- 0-i--i.rrlT> dellv for Alexandria and iitfennMiata s?at!rne. at11 b?tore >1, a. m., on the arrival of th* trainf e* the Virginia Central rail rced from Ri.~iir.oy1, Ctarlntteerille, aad Btuntoa. THROUGH TICKBT8. 7rota Alexandria to Wan enton. ?$2 00 ? " Pjrdonsviiis.S 60 ? " Ohariottcevllle 4 36 u ? Bt^arto t BO " M F*:aebmg ? * 60 ** M Lynchburg ? 8 76 * ? Winchester I 60 ? U I 0 i'-liTST.... 4 21 - >? i,ew Market ? I 00 m :? Middieburg 2 26 For Lynch *:uri, ic a nectingwith the stag** at OhMdotterri"-, Mrndsys, Wodreeday*, and FrV tm. hr Iuray aci Ifew Market, conneetia* with the a ages at Culpsp-r. \ , Riaradaya, aad Sat onlay. .. ? Per Winchester daily, coanecticg aith tha rtageo at P.cisi^ct Fer Middlet'Ur ; ir'Jj, :orxectla? with *i i at tLe Pltins. P=r cnUr: W. 3. BaOOKlTT, -dtf FOR MOUNT VKRNON. Oli TUKSDAY3 and FRIDATB, [Fare toend trip $1; &?* Ala? :b o?nl? --ILs THOldAB 00LLY*R l-aeai Washington at 9 end Alsrandrla at 6}-4 o'clock. Ccvhw the Capitcl fcr the hoal at 8 If o'dk> Coach ftre to o?nts. Perrons wishinc the Ooachef wili leave their reek dtnee with Oeo. A I bw?. Ptrker. EeflreshxnentB en Ui* boat. (yrt 3S?dtI flAH'L OEPKBY. Ca?t VI?MC SEW YUUK * LIVCUPOOL UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. THl SHIPS 00MTRI8IN0 TBTS LIN1 *E1 TEE? ATLANTIC; Papt. Weft PACIFIC. C*rt. Mye, B1LTIC, Com.ttrak, iDHlATIC. Capt. Gratton. Tbeee pfcifB La"-* V^-u built by (rrtract, expre*. ly for Govrncient *? rrl^r; er^ry ear* fcae been taken tn th?-'r c^n/lmction, a- in th* Refines to inrare Ci?r^th an<! p?#?d, an J tb??'r *^.mmc3v tioop fcr i a.Tf*n^err are u.neqca'lf l for eleprnoe and contort. Price of pawige frcai New York to Liverpool, In Cr?t oabic ? ? 4190 SwvJBll Cli 'Hi.. ............MMM.M...M. .... ^ ExelariTe o?; rf -xtra Jiae etat? rr^at 808 Fr^n Liverpool to New Yrk ?30 nnd ?J0. An ezp?rienc'd rn; ;Ta attached to each ?hip? No berth can be ?*~urrd until paid for. for freight ar pa?"**v apply to F-DWAltD K. CCLLINfi A CX)., ? 03 Wall tjtnrt. Km York. BROWN; ?hif: rr a no., UrerpooL E. o. For*rT?TS k no. Jo Kind's Ai-?e Yard. Vx>odoa. JOI'N MLNMtCK 4 OOt Rue Nctre I?ame d-a TJ. tolres, faria. GCO. U. I'UAPER. Havre, rhe ? wnor- of th-** rhip-< will not be aoccnntahle for gold, fdlvcr. bnll'on, ep^*? iewelry, prerioas tttmm* rt n?etaLs, nn!-ss bill? ?f ladiof are signal th"r?for, 4?d the va:ue thurenf iliria expressed. *(.* I*?4tl? 3 Private Medical Treaties OS TF-I ?HYRIOLOOICA1 VUW CP MlRWAGl, ST 1 D. LA CKLOIX. M. D. ATJuyr, n y i ?s?*i >J?d iiC Th.e Pla'a trd Cclorad LlUUft ^Tt ^fcs and Plats?. Xit- rrlas oaljr II Caati *VI fre? of p<iataU> at! pfcT.? of the Uuion^C CHKAPEhT LOOK BTD n^MSIl RT^, and von'sinin^ ?early d lib1* the inastity of. reading in that of the | FIT?? CfcNT? OR DOLLA&r. PCbLICkTION8. It treats on the PHY8!0L0-.f , GY OF M ARR1AQR, and the ; ^e-;ret i??rciticsard disorder | of yceth and maturity, re sulting <Vom ????, whieh d^trcy the physical and men tal powers, with "b?srvat?oa* on tnarriw. its dutlos and dj?iual!fl<v.rton?, and their reme.".ie*.; with Uty^raphe, illustrating the anatomy ar d phyelolOK/? uic^a-1- of the repro durtiTe or^MM of br-th s-x-?, thoir stTn-t'ire, uaas and fancliona. A pcauler and ooorr;o?neiTf trea tise on the duties and casualties v f eicgle aul m^r riH life?happy and truitrai al'l-Jtv^ mod* cf sa :uric^ them?lnfellcitoua -*>0 anMtile ones -their obviaUcu aud reiuovai?*ir.yjrtant hint* U> ttr?* aontemp!atiu?[ nuUMurny. that will oTerocaie y-v Jectir.ns to It; none, however, should cake this im portant step w'thcut Cr?t coneuiting Its pa<rte? vrnmantarlfi on the ^iseasee and meiicaJ treatmset ot fanal<? from in.'atscy to old are, each case graph ically illustratM bj beautiful lithographic platse? nsrvoas debility, its enures and cure, by a proe?i at once so simple, cafe and effectual, that taiiure is Id poMihie?rules fcr daily management?an essay an Spermatorrhoea with practical observation* a safsr, and more raocesFful mode of treatment ->re aauticnary hints ct the evils resulting from ?1 practice?an eesav on ell disease* arirlng nam inuiarreUon, with plain and simpls rules by which all jK-rbone c^n cure thems? lvee without mercury? rsmediM tor those self inflicted niseri** and disa^ pointed fcopes so unfortuna*?ly prevalent in the foung It U a truthful adviser to the married and these ooutemplating marriage Ite perusal is par ticularly reoommended U> persons autertaining s? iret doubts of their physical condition, atu who are 3Cnsdon? of having aaaarded the health, happin?"S and privileges to which eTery human b-ing is en titled to. Price S.'. senta per copy, or live oopies tor one dol lar. Mailed free of pe*U?e to any part of the Lai ted State* N. Those who prefer msy oc-nsult Or Lauaru trpon any of the diseases upon which hLa hock treats ?>ther personally or by nsil. Medleioe eent to any part of the Union eocordtng to diraotlona, safely peeked ana carefully secured from all observation. Address Dr. M. P. LA CROIX, No. &1 Maiden Leas er Post Office Box 670, Albanv, N. Y. 49* Office open daily from Vaatolpa, and oa 8cndsy from S until 6 pm. M&- Office Ueaaowed from No. M Beaver it, to SI Ealdsa Laat, Albaay, N. Y. 4ecT FOR POOR AND LABORING MEN. SMALL BUILDING LOTS of 10 taet cr more, in various part* ot the City, and Georgetown, a! lew pricee, and terms to suit. LLOYl) 4 CO. ? CILOl If O 8 T O ? for sale, deliverable at the Canal, or Wharves la Washington, Oaoigetown, or Alexandria. Ll/OYD 4 00. 16th street, cpp. Treasury Department It as?iv BAR KINO HOUSE OF FAIRO ft K0U&8* Opposite United State* TYtamtry. BONI?S, Stocks and o?hor iweu/ittee pnrrhsHea and sold. Interest at the rate ?f six per cent par au-ain si" low. d on deposite when lei: tor ?? IsV* ?? jsm 'J4 ?titn CAMI BKi.L'S DICTIONARV >* Military eace; Cavalrv, its lii*t<<ry and Tactic* by Cap tain Nolan on the Trauiing of Cavalry Horat ?, hef itlatiotie for Yt uuitnry Cavalry. an * PRANCK TAYI.OR 1 MiK HAC HAC, by N. P. VVi.U. . Feurbach'r? H?sence ? f Christianity Cuiiiimng'a Family Pr^y?-ia, 2 vols apsiO FRANCK IA?.Ufc

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