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

Newspaper of Evening Star dated May 21, 1855 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. AH raroiHAL LOVE STORY He struggled lu kiss her. Sba 'trnggied the ssm To prevent him an hold an<l undaunted; Rat, as smitten by lightning, be heard her exclaim, "Anuof sirand off be avaunted. Bat when he returned, with the fori hi k laugh, Showing clearly U at he waa affronted, And threatened by maJn fbrce to carry it aff, She cried ,4 Dout!" aad the poor fellow dented. Whan be meekly approached, and rot down at her ieet Praying load ? ho lore he had ranted, That she woald fonrive him, and try to be aweet, And eaid, " Cant you 4he dear girl recanted. Than softly he wbwpered?"How could yon do tot I certainly thought I was jUted, But <-ome thou with me, tn the parson we'll go: ?a?, will thou, my dear.1" en J ahe wilted. Then gaily he took her to sec her new borne? A ahamy by no meant enchanted? "See here we can live with no longing to roam.'" He said. u Shan't we, my dear f* to thay ahan tied: , JVBTICB A*D THE KlTOLVBK ?W? find the fbllowing jeu d'uyit in tha New York Al bion. "Thrice is he armed thai hath h s quarrel Just." Wrote Bntifh Shakspeara. in hi* day no d>>lL Stranger ' I guess that notion's d. wnnght bu*t; Sis timca he's armed whose ptrtoi's made by Colt. When Martin Eastwood was brought up to receive his sentence, at Rochester, for the murder of Edvrard Breretoo, he said ; " I did not intend to kill the man. I had been using intoxi cating liquors. lie struck me with a stone, and I have no distinct recollection of the acts which followed. I have no remembrance of making any such threats as have been proved here before me. Un fortunately I struck hun. I was mad dened and bsside myselr I do not blame the court or jury for what they have here done. I am innocent of an inten tion to murder. God knows I am inno cent." Boy Killed by an Insane Woman.? A boy about four years old, named Knapp, from Middletown, was instantly killed at the County House, on Saturday afternoon last, by a Mrs. Mead, an in sane woman and inmate of the bouse. Mrs. M. was not violent, and was allowed to go about the house. A large crowbar was lying near, which she seized and struck the child twice, and although sev eral other woman were present, it was done so quickly that they were hardly aware of her intentions till it was done. Taking Down a Jcdge.?One of the old-fashioned attorneys, practicing in In diana, insisted on arguing a case before Judge B., after it had been decided. Judge B. repeatedly told the unfortunate attorney that he would listen to no fur ther argument in the cast. "But may it please youi honor,'saidthe advocate 4your honor will certainly hear an argument if your honor has decided wrong?" "No," replied the judge, "if you argue the case any more, take it to the C-urt of Er rors." "May it please y^ur honor, I don't set. wherein the devil I'd go to, for if this aint a court of errors, I don't know where to find one." J^7"A late philosopher, in speaking of love letters, says, the ancients dealt in uilleta, but they were altogether of a dif ferent kind from those used by the mod erns. They were billets of wood, and were addressed, not to the understanding, but the head. In those days, courting was done with a hickory club. SlOVEMJsuNTS OF OCEAN STR.Wf.RK Same. Lrctct For Baltic Livei pool....New Yurk..S#^ 5 Ionian havre.. .New York.. w Africa itu-ton Liver pool... May tt America Live rpool.... Boston .. . M ay 12 Atlantic New York...Liverpool ...May 13 North Star Havre New York..May 19 The California learners leave New York oa tne Sth ami 'iOth at -ach monui. ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS. National Hotal?a n. wiluio Dr Btartu, Md TP Craig A two sisters. W H Pye, do Hy J Barrett, NY * T L. ighton, NY D Wadswortb, do UP Allm, do J Greenough, Mass M Danoer, Md G VV Livenaore, do A B Keadirg A son, Mi B GUI, Ct Mrs C A Tjllay, Ky I Allard, Me G P Kandaii. NY N H Decker, NY J Sauder-on, N1 R Wallace, Va W Sanderson, do J C Acheaon, do J Henry, CW B L DaviJscn, NY H L Lewi-, Mo W M)gau, do W BmsnJI, NY Miss Mygatt, do Q M Neb% Md Miss 1 Mttygau, do 8 Lay, NY G Will, ox, do J X Dixon, Mass H VV biting. Jo J Shannon, Ct L M CoiMUdn, Va J P Hanlon, Va W Grey, Md A Deuxcad, Md J C M?Uie*r, NY P \ 81.Mff.rd, NV Mi* C Moras and fgw-v, J B Cunningham, lad do G Marian, Pa D Moran A lady, do TH Cummins, Va E J Hail, Md G C Harkness, Pa J G Campbell, do J Muirhe vd, NY J B Brtokcr, do Browan' llolai?t. f. A a. show*. J B HardiDg. Va J B Harris-iu a lady, Va V W Brown, NY 11 8 Heal!, do G B Marrio, do T Keall, do H L Montague, XJ F Beall, do J M Hunt, do 'f Coy le, do W A 1 onjue A lady, Va J Elliott. NY Misa M Tengne, do B H Wade, Va Mast Winter, do J B Scott, do T A Collier A lady, O K Corn* lison NY J D Bradley, NY Capt 8 Kosmau and tOD, W H ? ox A lady, N J do W H Bell, USA J A Mann. Del C Kes?us A family, la 8 Townseu 1, do ? W A Dorsett A son, NC T A Bird, do J A Pultun, Md Willardi' Botal?a. a A j. c. willaas Hon W 3d Cauroiiw II, Gov J E Broom and lady Tenn Fla T B Hawling*. NY Patthaff. NY E A bid A Umiiy, Md .Mix Scott, 8C K F Ailestcn, SC G C Dunbar. NY Mrs .-tllceioa A daughtar, U T VV Logan, do do L Berry, do W Ailest >n, do E ftoynton, Maas A W Higgins, <lo J C M ?ody, NY L A Cooper, DC C H Baker J H Seorge, Nil Mr Co?ke, Va ? t> Bobit W M Ear*ner, USA W 8 Cha-e, NY Mr Ytuibide, DC B S Child A lady, Ky T V Douglass, Va E A Kerr, do A Girard, La J P Larkie, Cai Lnttad Stataa Kctal~ n. o. Hacssst. H L Trinad*il. Pa ED Buford. Va B Martin, NY A G Hailev, Ml J Florence A lady, Pa VV T Peeper, Ala J toy* G Townsend. Pa VVHarr:,, HI B J Llo>d, NJ N Laaeil.aa E Brvi; Ms, Md J 8 Snider, o C Woodward, NY "1 O w c t'unnavant, Va J f Pt lows, X8 (i Hlining, do J Albert, do Klrkwond Haass-j b. a a. aiaxwoos. 8 Stoner, Mass W J Warren, NY R V I<dson, do J V St.-yen, DC W Llyles A ?ervt, La K J Conner, Ind T Dubnty, SC K L Crane A family O J A Black, do 8 D Cole, OC 8 D Hibbert. Va ?^eo W Ktnsty an)i joj.. L Coulter. Md Mass T A Sboca, do VV Rollings, NY R Craik, CE Dr IJodges, Md Raaaian Iloaaa, AUxsadrli, Va. a. NtwroR. raopaia-roa. J Hudson a family, Ml C Howard, Va J Rtawart, Md J G CannpUU, Md M Caspar, NY J 0 Carr, do W J Webstar, de B Walker, Va W I Tb<>mpson, iK a B Jonas, do m B Walkar, Y* B T Duiacy, do i RlMisLary, do VV A 8tre?-t, do Judge : W Tylar, da ?? T Fitxnugh, do a Jonas, de R T Bixwn, do FINE WATCHES* HAVING made a considerable addition to my stock of ?old Hrjrnwa fatiict Ltvias, and ladibs' WATCHES Of tm qualify, henry 18 earatfl cases. Aim. SILVER WATCHES for boys. I ofn them at grently reduced prices. The movements are selected with ff*at care, aad every Watch is vorTaiUci. Persons in want of a fine timekeeper are Invited to rxAmine m, ?*?.??. ? gEMKE. No. 130 Pa. avenue, betw. 9th and lOlh sta. max 30 __ NOT1CK.?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, Chatelams, Bracelets, Pins 1 Karnngs, Rings, etc. Great inducement# oflWred lo purchasers. H. HEM KEN, No. 330 Pa. avenue, bet. 9th and 10th sts. Sev< Point* put to Gold Pma at short no'ice. Diamonds remounted, and Jewelry made to order, mar 39?tf WiSHIIGTO* STOn: Ml!tUPAfTliRY, S. E. corner of Pa. ae. and Eleventh ttreei, Sole Agency Tor CHILSON, GOULD Si CO 'S Warming and Ventilating Apparatus, M POND Si CO.?S (of B<>?ton) Union Donbie-OTcn Cooking Range, J. L. MOTT'S (of New York) INViNCIBLE DOUBLE-OVEN RANGE. Constantly on hand, and receiving LATROBE STOVES, for heating two stories; Parlor and Cham ber GRA I ES, Enamel ed and Japanned Cooking. Hall, Parlor, Chamber and Dining Room S i OVES, Plain, Tinned and Enamelled Iron HOLLOW WAKE; Bioek Tin, Planished and Ja,<anned WAKE in great varietv. All of which will be sold at the lowest prtssiblr rated, that will compare favorably with any Estab lislimem south of New York. An examination of my stock is earnestly solicited a,, 13?3m J\S SKIRVING_ DENTISTRY. DR. MUNSON respectfully calls public atlcntmn to his new. patent, and GREATLY IMPROVED method or setting Artificial^ Teeth, with Continuous Gum?the very PERFECTION OF THE ART. Thlsstyle ofTeetli has the following advantage* over all others, via: GREAT STRENGTH, CLEANLINESS, COM FORT, and BEAUTY, vieing with Nature in these respects, and in some oth^r* excelling. Public in apection is respectfully solicited. Pivue call and see specimens. CAITTION.?No other Dentist In the District ot Columbia has a right to make this style of Teeth N. B?Teeth constitutionally healthy, plugged and warranted for life. Office tnd hou-?e nt No. SOS E street, near ibe corner of Pennsylvania avenne and 14ih street. ap 94?tf TO THE LADIES. MISS S J. THOMPSON is now prepared to show our largel and well selected stock >f Millinery! which she has Just opeued, of the la test, styles which we are Helling at ihe lowest prices, and we cordially invite the ladiej to call early and have tB^ first selections. We would also respectfully call their attention to our large and hand handsome stock of Fancy Good Perfumery. Gloves, Hosiery, &c,. which we can sell *t unusually low prices. HUTCHINSON Si MUNRO, No. 310 Pennsylvania avenue, Fut-C rioot west ot Walt.* H .'if per Si Co.'s. mar jW? PAINT AND OIL STORE. M T 1'AliKF.H, HOUSE, SIGN & ORNAMENTAL PAlNTEE, IOUI31ANA avenue, between Sixth and Sev _j enth streets, No. 00. Residence No. 35JO C street, between Sixth and Seventh has add*<1 to his present business the sale of PAINTS, OILS, CLASS and PUTTY, in small or large quantities The attention of house-.eeperj is particularly called to the convenience of i!iis arrangement as ttiey can at a!l times procure IICAR1 H and other MIXED PAINTS, of a!! colors, made ready for us?; by a PRACTICAL PAINTER. Orders promptly attended *o and respectfully so hcitert. CHEAP FOR C^SH. may 9? ln> REV. JOHN LANAHAN, PASTOR OF THE EXETER STREET, M E. CHURCH ?A strung desire to be?ient tlie afflicted iudaceo i<:m thus to cerify. We chal enge any otiier medicine to present such a mass of testimony from gentlemen and ladie-j ot" high standing of onr own wcll-knr.wn citizens, who testify of cures oi" COUGH, BRON CHITIS, RHEUMATISM. DYSPEPSIA, Sic. Baltimorx, January 24th, 1655. Heart. Mortimer if Mowbray: _ I take pleasure in saying to you thai I have used yjur'? Hampton's Tincture" with very great profit, troni a serious t.iroat affection, my general heclth tad become very much impai'es, when I com menced to use *? Hampt. n's Tincture." I found it5 effects upon my general health most salutary.? My nervous system and digestive organs soon right ed up under its use. I hare several times recommended it to my friends, and in every ccje, as rar as I have been in formed, they have use it wiih success. Yours truly, Joan Lanabin, Pastor Of Exeter ex., M. E. Church, Baltimore. HLEEDING OFTHE LUNGS. Ralkisb, N. C., Feb. 8, lafo. Mm*? ?. Mortimer Se Mowbray: I do hereby cerLfy tliat about twelve months ago I wa? taker, with a severe hemorrhage of the Luncs and had four attacks of it i was advised to try Dr. Hampton's Vegetable Tincture I procure I one bottle, and after taking which, I was satisfied that I w*s much better; and that, alter taking the fourth bottle, 1 was entirely well, and no* I e:ijoy as good b<slth as ever I did in my life. I can, and Ho, with out the least hesitation, recommend the Tincture to all_persnns afflicted in my way. Yours, Geo. W. Weaxlst. CURE FITS? READ! Aluri to L\* Sick than Gold.?From cne ot the most .upectable Drugzists in South Carolina. < 'a*aLarroit, 8. C. Sept. 91,1853. Messrs. McRTiaga Si Mowbbat:?The Kale *t fCAtr Hampton's Vegetable Tinctnre is incre&mit every day, and every bottle sold recommends thi.* valua~4e medicine to the afflictcd. Several ot our Banters have tried it in different eases with aston ting a access, and are getting it by haif dozens. It has been found to b? the greatest remedy for rheu matic affections, and a wonderful cure has beer, performed on a negro bov, ruffe ring from Pits. I will tarnish you with a number of ceruficates if you wish them. I am, gantlemen yours. W. G. Tbott. Call and get pamphlets gratis, aiul see cures of Cou^h; Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Dys pepsia, Nervousuess and General Weaknc*#. As a female medicine or for celicate children we believe It unequalled. Sold by MORTIMER Si MOWBRAY, 140 Balti more street, Baitiiuore, and ik>4 Broadway, N. York Chas. Stott Si Co., J. B. Moors, D. B. Clakkb ClaEKB k. Bowlimo, W. Elliot, and H. IdcPuaa ?on, Washington ; also, by R. S. F. Ct sir., Geoiee town ; and C. C. Alexandria, and by Drug gists everywhere. ub 21?u AN APPEAL TOOOMMON SEN SB. LIT TPS SICE HSaR TDI THUTiI. Ca?taii? Bovjahiv.? Wherever known his ten! joony will be conclusive. But lest those who Jc not know the Captain should be sceptlccl, Dr. Law son Si Bro., with others of the best known and uosi highly respectable ciuzens of Easton, ondoi-e ni/ wondarfUl cure by HAMPTON'S VKGHTABLK TINCTURX. Pastoh, Oc t. 4,1HS-L Mesiri Mortimer 4' Mowbrau : Gentlemen?I feel it my uuty to yau and the pnb lie to certify to ine affects of llamptc.u's Veg^tablt T me tun-. I was for more than five years laboring under a di^a?e of Chronic Rheumatism, and tht great part of ihat time i tvas so helpless that I had to bM helped from my bed and dressed in my clu<he* I became reduced to & msre skeleton. All the mcd icinus I took done me no good, and I continued t< Kw worse. I beard of Hampton's Tincture and ughi I would give it a trial. At this time 1 did not expect to live one day after another. 1 i*;t r.> take it (the Tincture) fbr the Rheumatism, b f in a short time I was well uf that disease. From tht effects of your 1 incture and the help of <lfmI I ?or now gctnna m g<s*l health. I wish all the afflicted to try Hampton's Vrget--.b:e Tincture, as I have d vie, with the same effect nm It has on Yo?r ibedlent servant, Isaac BiUtSui. We are acquaie.ted with Isaac Reujamiii, ?ol0 him someot Hampton's Vegetable Tincture, and be Jleve the <*bove statement correct. DaWso* k Bao. From our knowledge ot Captain BenJ;unln we are confident that the above statement is true and un exageratrd. J. A. Joansi, CllABUS RuBtNSON. Call aud g?:t {oaiphlets patls, and see cares is Cough, Bronchitis, KbeiiHiatiRm, NeuraJna, I?vs Giia, Nervou?ue>4s and General Weaklier-. As a ale medicine or lor delicate chlidien we bvlievi it unequalled. Sold by MORTIMER Si MOWBRAY, 110 But! more slieet, Baltimore; aud 304 Broadwny. N. York (.'?as. Stott Si Co., J. B. Mooaa, D. B. Clarkb Cr.AaaB Si Bowuns, W. ELUOT.and H. McPnaa son, Washington; also, by K. 8. F. Ciwrl,George town, and C. C. Usaat, Alaaandrta, and by Drug nswevwwhe-e. ian 8?tr KWS Ml IP YOU DARB !?A new Wal'a, vt?y ?uitable f?r bexinnera, compoecd and deilica?ed m Mirs , o^ Georgetown, by Prof. W. Iliinfar. Published and for sale at HILBPS k HITZ'B Music Depot, ?f Corner Pa. av, aad lltta ?t. f?? I I ? ?? FftKfH UXJ AJTD VK6XTABLX8 FOE THX MAVY. WAVY AGENT'S OPFICE. Washington, April 98,185*. BALED PROPO8AL8 will be received at this v} offlceuntil Monday, the 31st day ef Mar, 1815. at noon, fbrthe supply of such quantities of Fresh w?K?ri Ve*Pt*ble'? " may be required on the Wmhington station, during the fiscal year com or ,a" ?' Vegetables n,u,t V*?4 quality K6 ^ i ?arket affords; and each article mutt be offered for by the pound Bond with approted security will be required in one half the estimated amount of the contract, and ten per centum in addition will be withheld from the amount of each payment to be made,aa collatc ra'J*??ur,t; for the due performance of the contract, wrich will on no account be paid until it Is full? oo is plied with. ' 8ve*7 offer made must b? accompanied (a* direct ed in the act ot Congress making appropriation fbr leSklY* fnr 7, apptoved 10th August, 1840) by a written guaranty, signed by one or more responsible persons, to the effect that he or they un dertake that the bidder or bidders will, if his or their bid be accepted, enter into an obligation, within five nays, with good and sufficient sureties, to Air nieh the articles proposed. No bid will be considered unless accompanied by such guaranty. AT,BEET GffiKENLEAF. ap 30 ?Iaw4w tiiry Agent. [!*o. 634 ] Nones of the mablishment of an additional land district in the State of California WQHKEAS under the previsions of the act of Congress, appr oved Marob 8, 1863 entitled "Ac sot to provide lor the ?nr*ey <* the publle land in Call 'ornia," Ac., the Preaiimt or the United ;-<ta?e3 is authorised, at such time or times as la his judgment the public interest may eo imperatively require, ? ? ? to divide the State cf California Into two or three separate land iistricts, two of which districts were established un der aVd act by publii notioe, dated 81st Marob, 13^8; and whereas the surveys and sett'em?nts have extended in California so far that the conve> nbnoe cf the settlers and the public Interest require t e establishment of 'he three districts authorised by the aet of the 3d March, 1863, aforeea'd? I Now, therefore, be It known, that under, and \y I nuth^rity of ih? said aet cf Cougrae of 3d March. 1 1853 the President ef the United -Utee has directed I that the State of California shall be divided Into I three reparate land dl.-tricts, the boundaries of I vhich ar* as fol ows, vis : I All that part of the State, emmeneing on the Pa [cifis coast, lying n^rth of the line between town I ships seven and eight (T and 8) north of Moont Di I -hie base lite, tfcenc- running cut on said line to I the meridian, thence south < n the meridian line to I the !'.ne dividing trw-sLips three an 1 four (8 and 4) I north of said I ase 11 e, tbenoeeast on said line be II ween townships three and four to the eastern I boundary of the 8t?t?, will form the "Cppim Pib Lrarct," the laud office for which has be>n eetabiisbed rut McrryttiiU I All tnat part of the State lying south of :he above I described limit# and nrrth of the iine diridlcg towel I ^h-pa twenty snd twenty-one. south, (or fifth stand I ird s'.uth) will f >rm the "Mnsu District," the of I fl e for which is at Benicia; and all that part of the 19tat-; lying sou'h of the sUndard paralM the I ? Lcstsb District,"a* heretofore organise?, the office I for which is rs ablished at Lot Angelos; and Id I ;i*w ?{ the CsM ("Irec'lon of the President of the I Waited States, under the act of Congress aforesaid, I the bounda-iet ?b-ve msnticned shall in luturebe I -gardei as the limits of the said land listr cts re I ?ve^tlvely. I Given unfcr my hacd at the e'ty cf WMhlugtoa. I hi-* ninth d?v of April. A. D.1855 I By or ler or tbe President: I ^ JOIIN WILSON, I Com?lss!cn?r Qeoeral Land Offioe. I ap Id?Iawl3w I Ualtcd Statu PatentOffles.l | Washington, May 10, 1866. / ON the petition of Samc*L Piocrji, of emithfl'ld R iElind, praying for the extension of a pat I ?nt granted to him on the 80th of ?eptrmber 184?, I for an Improvement in - macbinefi for sticking I piM into paper," f>r seren years from theexpi I ration t r*il patent, which takes place on tho 20th 14av afasptfBVr, 1866: I It is ordered, that the eaid petition be heard at I tbe i Office en Monday, the 10th of September I next, at 12 o'clock, m.; and all persons are notified I to appear and show cause, If any they have, why I r?i-l petition ought not to be granted. I Persons op>po*ing the extension are required to file I in the Patent Office their objections, specially set I forth ;n writing, at least twenty days before the day I of haariDg: all testimony filed by either party V> be I uaed at the said hearing must be taken and tran* Imittedin accordance with the rules of this Office I which will be furnished on application. I o.-vTw'* f?8t3m0I,y ln the care will be clct*d cn the I 30 th ef Aug.; depoei tions and other papers relied up I on as tentimon^ must he Ww! in the otiioe on or be ? fore th^ morning of th?t day; the arguments. iJ I any wiihin ten days thereafter. I Ordered, also, that this notice be published in the 15n^.on' Jnt?1;i?t,n-'er and KTeningStar, Washington, lo.C., D?ily R*pub lean. Baltimore; Scientific Ame I nraP?i<*\ York: tQd Fost' Poston, Mass., once a I for three suooeeaive weeks prerloue to the I 30tth of beptember next, the day of hearing I CHARL*8 MASON, I no t?j. Commissioner of Patents. I V. S.?Editorsof the tbove papers will please cony ? and send their bills to the Patent Offioe, with a n? I per oontaining this notioe. may 12?law3tr [No. 533.] Notice of tha ettablithmmt of an additional Land Office in the State of Wisconsin. I N pursuance of the act of Congiess, approved 1. February -H, tJTw, entitled "An act to establi-h an additional Und district In the State of Wiscon sin," embracing all that part of the present Willow sivsk district lying north of the line dividing town -hip< lorty and lorty-oue (or fourth correction line,) to be called the Fond nr lac district, it is hereby leclared and made known that the land office for said district has been located for the present by the President of the United Stales, at BDriRiOE City, in said State. Given under my hand, at the city of Washington, ibis 38th dav of April, A. D 1855. JOHN WILSON, Commissioner of General Land Office, ap 30 -lawftw WASHINGTON AQUEDUCT. <^>rrici Washihotoii Aq Enrcr, \ Warhington, March 7, 1855. J PROPOSAI'S are invited for graduation, stone and brick masonry, dams, tunnels, and other work* of the Washington AqucducL Propf?als received up to the 8Ui of May will be opened at noon of that day. MapM, profiles, and specifications of the work will b? re ?dy tor examination on and after the 'JOth day of April next. Proposals will be received for the work of particu lar culverts, bridges, Ac., as deecrib&d in the plans and specifications. Portions only of some of tbe works can be com pleted under the present appropriation, but all the contracts for unfinished work will be subjeet 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 tor each appropriation, and, in case of the appro priation not holding out sufficiently, to decide when and what works aftsll be stopped until funds become available. In case of the entire stoppage of any particular work for want of tUnds, the reserved ten per cent, will be paid, if, in th-judgment of tbe Engineer, the work has been properly executed so far as it has gone. Payments will be made in specie checks upon the United States Treasury, upoa the monthly estimates of tbe Engineer reserving 10 per cent.; and it will he a condition ofall contracts that tfce workmen shall be pai 1 their fuil wages monthly and in specie. All bids sh' Uld be -saled and endorsed " Propo sals for work on the Washington Aqueduct." The United States reserves the right to reject any or all the bids should they not be deemed advan tageous, and to make such arrangements as n.ay be condder*d most conducive to the progress of the work. livery oflVr must be accompanied by a written guarantee, signed by wnc or more responsible per soss, to the effect that he or they undertake thattbe bidder or bidders will, if his or their bid be accepted, enter into an obligation, within ten days, with good and sufficient sureties, tor the completion uftho work undertaken; said gunrantee to be accompanied by the certificate of tbe United States district Judge, Urdted States district attorney, navy agent, or some officer of the General Government or individual known to tne Engineer or Departaaent of War, that the guarantors are able to make good their guarantee. Bids will be opened in presence of bidders If any of them cbooee to be present. Form of Oyanmtm. To Capt. M. C Meigs, U. S. Eaguwws : We, tbe undersigued, residents oi , in the State of ??.hereby. Jointly and severally, cove uant with the United Mates a ltd guaranty, in case tne foregoing bid of be accepted, that he or they will, within ten davs after the acceptance of eald bid, cxeeute a contract for the same, Myth good and sufficient sureties, to perform the work or fhrnish tbe articles proposed, in coafisnaity to the terms of tbe advertisement under which it was made; and, In case the said ?. should fail to enter into contract as aforesaid, we guaranty to make go'jd tbs difference between the offer by the slid ? ?? and the next lowest bidder. A. B. C. D. I herebv certify that, to the best of my knowledge) and belief, the ttbove named guarantors are good and raffic lent. E.F. M. C. MEIQS, Captain of Hagineera to Charge. mar 7?eotMaySAwtf FANS?FANS. ~ A NEW and large assortment of FANS, ol eveiy /\ description, nave Just been received bv F. F. MYER, Agent, No. 13 Pa. avenue, bet. 8th and 9ih streets, may 10?eo? opposite Centre Market. PROPOSALS FOR STATIONERY. Tiumr Itoitm*?, Msy 12, ISM. S1PABAT1 PROPOSALS *>r furnishing tfce ?H t lonery required by thl' depart mm* daring the fiscal veer ending June 80, 1666, wi'l be r*os4ved antil 12 o'eloek ?>., on the Suth day of Jnne next ? Those MMwpHlKl by satis&itcry testimonial* of Ability to fnUll I he contract will not be oonidd All the irtiolM moat be of the very best quality? fourteen sample* ol each article oiust accompany the bid The Maple * of tbe partv to whom the contract may be awarded will be paid fbr by th? de partment; the others will be retained to tbe re apeetive parties. No bkl will be oonaidered when tbe article* scoompanyirg it are not of the b-et quality, and suited to tbe wa^t* of tha department: and inferior. spurious, or imitation article* will subject the bid to r?Jec'Jon at the pleasure of f?e department. ?arh proposal mast ba signed ty 'ha firm or in dividual making it, and most s:ecify a price, ana but one price, for each and every article oo 3 tain in t'-a schedule; and, a? witfcort uniformity tbare in (ha department would it difficult to make a de cl*k>n, none will be taken Into consideration unless substantially agreeing therewi h. All thu articles to be tarnished must be of tbe best quality, and delivered without delay when or dered, to tbe sat'sfaeii->n of the head Ot tha offlce for which they are required. The department reserves to itself the right cf or dering a greater or lass quantity of each sod every article contracted for, as the pub'lo sarvtoe may re quire. Supplying h> inferior article at any time will be deem#l sufficient cause forthwith to annul the abs tract Bond?, with approved s*eurity, to be given by tbe parson or persons contracting; and in case of a fail ure to supply the articles required, tha eontracfcr and his sureties thill be liable fcr the fbrfeituie specified in sueh bond as liq uidated damages. The entwined 11; t specifies as nearly as now can ba done, the amount, quality, and description -1 each of the kinds of articles*d: 68 reams folio post, satin or plain finish, faint lined, and trimated, te weigh not less than 17 lbs per ream 140 di foolscap, hand made, faint-lined, and trimmei, to weigh not less than 12 lbs p r ream 98 do foolscap, machine, faint lined, and triir n<ed, to weigh not less than 12 lb# pec ream 11 do foolscap, plain, hand-made, faint lined. and trimmed, to weigh not less than 13 lbs per r*am 6 do foclsc :p, plain, machine, faint lined, and tiimmed, to weigh not less than 13 lbs per r-am 3j do ibolicap, blue laid, hand mad*, faln* linMl,garden pattern, cotonnniv known as despatch or consular paper, to wsl$h not less han 16 lbs per ream 391 do quarto post, hand-mida. plain, fa nt Uned three sides, iwr ream S3 do quarto post, machine, plain, faint-lintd thr>? sid?e. per ream 18 do quarto post, hand-mads, plain, f*lnt lined four sides, per ream 5 do quarto post, niachina, faint lined four aidi s, p *r raim * IT do quarto post, trench, fhln*. lined, throe silee, per ream 37 do no'e psper, gilt, per nam 18 do do pit in do 2 do medium pi par, frr books, per rwua 03 do cop>lng paper do do 40 do envelop i paper, y. llow or buff, royal, yrt ream 7 do do do fiat cap. white or blue, per ream 3 do large brown envelope, per nam 3d do blotting paper, royal do 877 doe-Hi oardj Parry's b*t metallic pens, par dos-n nurds 61 do do of all ether manufacture In use. prr d??-n cards 76 gross metallic pens, btsl quality, per groa* 12 M quills. No 80, pt r M 1 M quills, No. 70 do 6 dozen ev-r pointed sllrer pencils, with gold peas, per dozen 10 do g' ld pens, Brown's or equal, pe* d-^sen 6 do silver etse* for the -ame, per dncen 8 grocs ot leads far ever pointed pencils, assorted fizt-s, per gr;ai 917 doz n beet black-lead reneils, per dozen 10 do red-lead pencils, p r lcz?n 15 do fold'rs. ivory, 9-inch, j-er dos*n 320 do red lin*n taps, as: o*ted, per dozen 75 do silk tieta, assorts colors anl wljth.;, In hanks, per drzsn 4 do pource boms, of ivcry, per dozsn 1 do do do oocoa do 8 do sand boxes do do 1 do do (in do 9 do wafer-stands, or boxes, oocos, per doz?n 17 do eraser*, Rcdgers k Son's, ivory handles, gecuine, r?rdrs*n 38 do peckrlve", ledgers k Son's, or equal. 4 blades, beckhorn or p?arl handles, g -n uine, per doz->n 11 do wa'er stamps, ivory handles, per do??n 1 do do do lignum-vfUe handle*. per dozen 4 do office ?h??rs, 11 inches per dceen 4 do offlce sriesors, per doten 11 do inkstands, cut glass, recently invfntel fountain, movable tope, perdocen 4 do inkstands, oast iron, p*.r doaen 6 do French pump China inkstands, per dozen 10 gallons b-*t ink, black, t^e department to have ch ice of the market, per gallon 623 bcttlee ink, black, the department to have choloe of the market, prr quart 6 quarts in k, red, the department to have ch' iee of th? market, per quart 46 bottle* ink, blue, the departm?ut to bave choice of the market, per quart boitle 927 do Ink, red. tbe department to have chofce of the market, in ^ pint bottlea, ptr bottle 9(0 do carmine ink, small si?e, French, or equal. per bcttle H ' 148 do ink b^et copying, in % pint botUte, per bottle 1000 wafrn, large red, frr d?p?rtiaent seal, per M 10V pounds wafers, common siae, red p?r pcund 117 do sealirgwax, btwt extra suporfine, scarlet, per pound 1 ?o do blaek, p?r pound 84 do India rubber, prepared, per pound * do do unprepared, par pound 178 quarts blvk sand, per quart 20 ounoes pounce, per ouoes 1 doicn camel's bair pencils, aasrrted, par dozen 170 pounds twine, linen, per pouod 104 do do cotton, per pound 141 M pocket envelrpas, cf whi ? or yellow paper, of the following s'aee, vij: 8* ty 3\ inches, par hundred U doeen rulers, mahogany, round or, per dozen 44 do aUsti * p?n-hol Jers, Alden's, per doeen. may 14?law7w T?*a?crt Okfaitmbiit, March 5,1866. \TOTlCE 18 HEREBY GIVEN lo the holders of stock o. tbe United States described in the fol lowing notice of 3d Jannary last, that for the pur pose of completing the purchase of the amount therein named, this department will continue to purchase, upon the terms of said notice, to the ex tent of the residue of the sum proposed not yet ob tained?say $1,158,585 05, if said stocks are offered and received here prior to the first day of June next: w^J"k'CV January 3,1855. Notice is hereby given to the holders of th* fol lowing described stocks of the United States, thai ttiis department is prepared to purchase, at any time between the date hereof and the 1st day of March next, portions of tho* stocks, amounting in the a* gregate to $1,900,000, in the manner and on the teims hereinafter mentioned, to wit: In caae of any contingent competition, within the amount stated, preference will be g ven in the order of time in which said stocks may be offered. The certincatn, duly assigned to the United States by the psrties who are to receive the amount ttiereor must be traasrritted to this department; upon the receipt whereof, a price will be paid compounded of the following particulars: 1. Tbe par value, or amount specified in each oer unc&te. 9. A premium ou ihe stock of tbe loan authorised tyJuly. 1846, redeemable November 19, lase, of 9* per cent.; on the stock of the loan au thonsod |by the act of 1849, redeemable 31st Decem ?er> of 10 per cent.; on tbe stock of the loans authorised by the acts of 1847 and 1848, a . d redeem able. the former on th. 31st December, le67, and the latter on the 90th June, 1868, of 16 per cent ? a?<!(?"Ult;iloc^of lh? '<*"? authorized by the act ofl850, and redeemable on the 31st of December, 1864, (commonly called the Texan indemnity,) (i cent. 3. Intf-r^-st on the par of each certificate from the 1st of Janttiry, ]86.r?, to the date of receipt and set tlemi'nt at the Treasury, with the allowance (for in addUim " lfce ,)Wner) of ons day's interest Fay mem for said stocks will be made in drafts of the Treasurer of the United States, on the assist tnt reasurer at Boston, New York, Philadelphia, as the parties may direct. But to certificate wni be entitled to the benefit of this notice which shall not be actually received at the Treasury on or before the said 1st day of March ??t. JAMES GUTHRIE, mar 6?dUunel Secretary of the Treasury. THI MUTUAL FIBE IR SURA VOX CO?A C*T OF TH* LI8TE2CT OP C0LUXBIA, 11ARTEBED by Congress, offers to the property owners of the District safer and cheaper means of insurance than any other Company. ULYSSES WARD, President. CHA9. WIL80N, fecr-tary. MATHEW G. EiiERY, Tiia-urer. ItRASIU. Ulysses Ward John Van Riswick Thomas Blagden P. W. Browning Ig-EiJW O. HMfy. and^ttTrt?Hrcm^ conm LooW?*s tv?sna Office hours ftom 3 to 6 o'sloek p,m i nalP F'SM'jar ?A,iD*' ?-? * DOCTOR HOOFLAND'8 CEMBB4TBD (German Bitters, niNID IT OE. C. M. JACK80H, PhiladV, h., WILL RrrSCTDALLT CUM tITEE COMPUBT, DISPEHU, MDIOUa, COrwM or Mtmw DMUtf, tin. V tf. mi M - * ?*? SKSK tag or Fluttering at (he Pit ' Thina mmg of ih- Head, Burr ad ^ d'ftcult P ^U'^ PIring at the Heart. Choking or Sen-aUoTa wh^n in a lying Po*t?re, Vision, Dots of Web. before the oifht, Feye'ana Dull Pain in tbe Head, D< Bciency of P*?!"'"*"; Yellowness of the Skin and Bye*, Painjn ?* Side, Back, Chert, Limbs, Ac., Sodden Fie*" of Heat Burning in the Fieah, Constant Dnagui ingo of Evil, and great depression of 8pint*. THE proprietor, in calling Uie ?"*nUon. ?* public to this preparation, does to with a reel ing of the utmost cot?fl?lence in its virtues and adap tation to the diseases tor which it is rrcominentled. It ia no new and untried article, but one that baa st>ed the test of a ten years' trial before the Am<;n crn people, and its repuution and sale* unrivalled by any similar preparations extant. The testimony in Its favor given by tbe most prominent and well innwn Physicians and individual", in all parts ?" the country is immense. Tbe following from North Cai-lina is respectfully sub i-itt^-d, referring any who may still doubt, to tuy "Memorabilia, or Prac tical Receipt Book, for Fanners and Families, to be bad gratis, of a>l the Agents lor the German Bitters. Principal Office and Marufactory, 180 Arch at., Philadelphia, Pa. TESTIMONY FROM NORTH CAROLINA. OrtiJUaU of Dr. W. Smith, of Pine HiU, RuX mend Covrdy, N. C. Pt*? Hill, March 4th 1854. On. C. M. JacgsoH, Philadelphia? Dear Sir: I have been a subject of Dyspepsia, in its worst form, for the la^t Ave year*. Such was my coi dition fo* .welve months that the physicians and all who aaw me said I must die. While in thl# eoiKiaion^ I was carried to the watering placet In Virginia, Tennes see and North Carolina, but wa< not benefited by any writer to which I was taken. Whil* on my way home, I stopped a week at Rutherford ton, a sm<V 1 village in North Carolina, to try the effect of some Chalybeate water in that place. About the last of the week, I went into a drug store tor' dome medicine for my child and myaeif- There were several of the village physicians in the store, and one of them seemed to take some interest in my ea*e and, afler asking me some questions, said be h id been a dyspeptic, and had been greatly bene fitted by the use of " Dr. Hoofland's German Bit ters," prepared by jru, and he insisted that I would try the Ritura lie also called the next day at n.y room, and in^ted so much that I would try them that 1 asked him to get me one bottle. He did it, ami I commenced taking it as directed, and f do say 1 was more benefitted by it than all the water and medicine I had ever taken. After reaching home one of my neighbors came to me for a prescription and medicine, (he a dyspep tic,) aud i fave him nearly all the Biuera 1 had leit, which effected much good in bis case. He has often ?"?stlled on me for more of the same k nd of medi cine, saying he was morn benefitted by it than any other he bad taken, but I have not been able to get any more for him or myself si:.c~, there tore, please ship me a doxen or more as soon aspoe cble. Respectfully yours, W.SMITH. ? D. R. HOOKER, Roger's Store. Wake Co., N. C., October 94.1853, saysHaving experienced very great benefit from the use of M Iloofland's Germ-.n Bitters," in Chronic Dysentery and functional de rangement of the. Liver. *nd its concomitant evils, I am desirous of obtaining a quantity of it for the banefit of my community. You will, therefore, please scud a lot. fcc. Sic. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J. ATWOOD. IIcntstillk, Yadxiw Co , N. C ,Nov. 1st, 1853. Dr. C. M. Jackson?Dear Sir: Allow me to ex press to you my sincere thanks for your di*coverv of a medicine which, to say the leaet of it, has ef fected a cure that all other medicines, that I have :aken. have entirely failed to do. "Hoofland's Ger man Bitters" have sured me of ths most stubborn and aggravated case of the nus that, perhaps, ever fell t* the lot of man My case is not a stranger u. tins community, as I am well known in this and the -urrounding counties, and can truly sav that my re covery ha^ astounded all my friends and relations, as I had tried everything recommended, and nothing did me any good until I was prevailed upon to try the Bitters. You are hi liberty to make any use of this communication, for the benefit of the affile t-d, you m ty think proper. Truly yours. * WM. j. ATWOOD. Tbete bitters are entirely refetat>U, they invigorate and strenathen the system, never prostrate it, and can be used for infants a* well as adults. For t ile by resoectable dealers everywhere, and by Z. I). OILMAN, VVa-hington; J. L. KIDWELL, Georgetown; and J. R. PIBRPONT, Alexandria. mar 1?lv OAKTER'8 SPANISH MIXTURE. Ths Grant Parlllsr of ths Blood I Rot a Particle of Mercury T.n It An iHBkJujBLX Rutin for Scrofula,* Kiss's Evil, Rteumatlssi, Obstiabte Cutaneous Eruptions, Pimples or Pustules on tbe fav, Blotches, Bell*, Chronic 8ore Eyes, Ring Worm or Tetter, Scald Head, Enlargement and Pal a of the Bones and Joints, Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic Disorders, Lumbago. Spinal Comrlants, an i all the duass*s arising from en injudicious use of Mer-ury, Im prurt 'nw in 1 ii'?, or Impurity of the Blood. I1 HIS valuable Med'.cins, which ha> become oel*" bra ted for the Bomber of ?.xtra' rdinary cures, affected through i?a agency, has induced the. propri etors, at the urgent request of their fri*nds, to offer it to the public, which th?y do with the utmost con Idenc* ?n Its virtu?? asd wonderful curative prop srtls The following certificates, selected trcm a large number, are, however, stronger testimony Mum the mere word of the proprietor*; and ai? a<l from gentlemen ws'l known in their localities, srl of the highest respectability, many of them rer. llng '?n the city of Richmond. Vs. V. BOYDXN, Baq,, of the exchange Hotel, Rich mond, known everywhere says he has seen ths MedU Mine called Cum'i EPiroa MtxrcR*, adminiaured In over a hundred cases, in nearly all the diseases for which it le reoommended, with ths moet aston ishingly good results. He says it is the moet tx* trnerainary medicine he hns ever seen. AGUE AND FRVRR?GRHAT CUR*.?I hereby aertify that for three years I had Ague and Fever of the m:>tt violent desorip'. ion. I had several Phv ildans, took Urge quantities of Quinine, Mercury; and I believe all the Toni* adveitised, but all with out permanent relief. At last I tried Oarfc-r'a Spanish Mixture, two bottles of vhloh efTeotuaMy sured me, and I am happy to say I have had neither chills or fevers sinne. I consider it the beet Tcnie In tltis world, and the only medicine that *rer reached my case. JOHN LONOPRN. Bxavih Di*h, near Richmond. Va. 0. B. LUCK, Efn., now in the city cf Rich at nd and for many years in the Post Office, has finch eonfldenoe In the a/toniehlnc efficacy of Carter's Spanish Mixture, that be ha* nought upwards cf fc? bottles, whieh he has given away to the affl'eted.? Mr. Look says he has never known it to fail * hen taken according to directions. Dr. MINOR, a practising FhyMdan, and formerly of the Oity Ilotal, in the etty of Richmond, say* he has witnessed in a number of Inrtannesth* eflrets ct Oarer's Spanish Mixture, whieh were most truly surprising. He says In a case of Consumption, de pendent on the Liver, the ^ood effects wsrs won derful Indeed. 8AMUSL M. DRINKER, of the firm af Drinker A Morris, Richmond, was cured cured of liver Com plaint of three v ears standing, by the use of twe bottles of Garter's 8pan'. h Mixture. GREAT CURE Of SCROFULA ?The Editors of ths Richmond Republican h?d a servant employed in their press room, cured of violent Scrofula, com blned with Rheumatism, whieh entirely disable! htm from work. Two bottles of Carter's Ppaniah Mixture made a perfect eure of him, and the Edi tors in a public no tic?, say they "cheerfully reoom mend it to all who are afflicted with any disease of the blood " STILL ANOTHER CURE 01 SCROFULA.?I had a very valuable.boy cured of Scrofula by Carter's Spanish Mixture. I oonsiler It truly a valuable meeidne. JAMES M. TAYLOR, Conductor on the R. F. and F. R. R. Co.. Richmond. Va. ?ALT RHEUM OF TWENTY YEARS STANDING CURED Mr. JOHN THOMPSON, residing in the dty ol Richmond, was cured by three bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, of Salt Rheum, which he had for nearly tMy y ears, and which all the physicians of the (My aould not eure. Mr. Thompson is a well knows earenant in the city of Richmondf and his )ineE worarkabie. WM. A. MATTHEWS, of Richmond had a servant ired of Syphilis, in the worst form, by Carter'^ Spanish Mixture. He saya he cheerfully reorm ?ends it, and considers it a very invaluable mcdl Hm i 1 EDWIN BURTON, commissioner of the revenue, says he has seen the good effects of Carter's Spanish Mixture in a number of Syphilitic cases, and says it la II | | ? ? f | if A?AV-XI ?? " __ ws wjiruiuuo 'LBiMWj l&U wmjti M is a perfect eure for that horrible disiass. WM. fl. HARWOOD, ef Richmond, cured of old Bona and Ulcers, which disabled him from walking. Took a flew tattles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, and was eaahied to walk without a crutch, In a sh ?t time permanently cured. Principal Depots at M. WARD, CL06B A Oo? Ha % Marian Lane. New York. T. W. DYOTT A SONS, 5o. 189 North Seoond at, Philadelphia. BENNETT A BIERS, No. IM Main atmt, RiaL ?nd, Ta. And for tale by CHABLBS 8T0TT, Washington, D. C s HHNRY PBBL, Alexanlrla, and by Drugg-.sts imjiMri. Fnoe $1 pes bctti*., jz (ix foi ^ ? ttJfcu f RMOlRfl Or TBI OOUNTSBB OP BLEB Si TRAVELERS' MM*TORY. WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. <E CH tNGE or KOUBS. N and after Monday, ?? AM ia*t*at, the iuuii will re Waxtiin^on at 8 and a. a>? and U tad p in _n Holiday at 4}{ p m Leave Baltimore at *H and *H a m, aad 3 aad 5* P ? Oa Sunday a: 4* a m ap 83- tf T. H. PAESONS, Ag?t. Mott B?dell ? Una MEW YORK. ALEXANDRIA. WASHINGTON C/TF, AND DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA PJfOMTFZTS. THIS LINE or PACKETS 8AIL8 WEEKLY 1 from pier 14 Ea*t Rim. New York.and otoaor if neceeearv, and air enmpmrd of the Miowtag Ant New to far A- T. BctUH, Bedell, maaler. New schr. Mott Bc>UU, A. V. TredwaO. 8chr. Ann D , VVm. Oliver, mww. rtch'. Volant, L. A. Smith, master. S?cbr. ComuumAtr-in-Cktef, WogJuaa, maaow. Schr. Oreewwoy. Wilson, maater. Tbeec vkimI< w all fut eaiiere, and the aaMi .Tien of experience in the trade, and thaoaly rap lar line of Washington Citv parkrta. MOTT BEuEI.L, Wall street, IV. T. 8. 8. MASTERS A BONS, Alexandria, Va. THOMAS RILEY, feb 1?Cm Washington aad D. C. a 0S&JI6E AJTD ALIXA5DRIA RAILROAD, fif On and after Tuesday, Nov. 7, 11 THB Can laara Alexandria daily for Gordo? ?ilia and Intermediate ?tattoo# at Ttf o'alocfc, a. m-, on the arrlta' ot the boat from W?hiagtea, tiring ample time for breakfast oa board Co? oeetin* at Manama Juncti.n with t train for Mna fart, Warren ton Ja etioa with a train to War ntoa. aad at OordoaoriDe with the treta* aa the Virginia OaatraJ Rai'.ioad for Ek-hmoad, Qharlottaw ?ilia, and Staunton The can Itaw Gordoaorille daily to Alaxaadrla and intermediate stations, at & botoo IX a. aa the arriTal of the train* or the Virginia Oautral rail road from Rishmoad. Charlctuwrtiie, aad Stain tea. THROUGH TICK ITS From Alexandria to Warranto*! ._fl M ? ?* Gortlcnrrl'if ? M ? " CbarlettasriUe 4 ? ? M Btaanton t M ? ? Btcaeburg t M ? " Lyachburg B Tl ? ? Winch?tar t M ?? ? Luray 4 M - " New iiartat. ? M ? ? - MiHiebure _ . t ? For Lynchburg. connecting'aith the stages al Charlottesriila, oa Mondays, Wedaoeday*, aad FrV iaya For Luray aad Naa Mafket, i iiiiaanHag with the ? age* at Cu'peper, oa Tuesdays, Thursdays, aad lab ardey. For Winchester daily, at Piedmont For Mtddlaburg daily, ecnaecti at the Plain*. Per order: W. B. BROGKIR, nor T?dtf FOR MOUNT VERNON. .. On TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS. round trip 91; from Alex andria T6 oenta -The THOMAS OOLLYEB leave* Washington at 0 and Alexandria at o'clock. (Jeechka l?4Tt the Oapitol Tor the boat at o'oUL rosob fire >0 cento. rm -53i wiht'n? the Ooacbae will lea? a thatx irroc with Geo. ? The* Parker. < ilefrexhmetoU on the boat. Oct at?<iti 8A1TL GEDNBY. Cant. FHB ft ? W YORK 4k LIYKBfOOL UNITED 8TATKS MAIL STEAMERS. -priB i-HIFS 00V VZ1BVJQ THIS LEN'B 1 rn*? ATLANTIC, Cap* PACIFIC, Oai?t. Nye, BALTIC Capt. Oamftock, ADllIATIC, C?pt. Grartoa. There ahipe have \-t-m L^ilt by eontraot, ejrpraa* ly for GcT?ran.< ct e?rvi?e; erery care ha* be^a taken in their craft rue on, ac In the Rnginre to (nxdra etre^th asi *pe#d, and their aonr mmoda* ticoB tier yaaaep^-ra a. e at equalled for elegsoee tod or-cfcrt. PiV? o; paaea^e rrcw Uew York to l^T'frpooi, ia first oabia ? ?? ?*mw >??m iimi?> 41? 8ea~>nd Cabin TO ?rcl??ire u* of fxtm eUte roeata Frca Liverpool to New York ?J0 aoi ?90. Aa az7-eri?need aargw.n attached to each *hift No berth can be a*ear?d until pail lor. For freight or pawage ?r; ly to K. COLLINS A 00^ So Wall etrest New York ESOWN, tJ'ilPLST A 00^ B. 0. ROBERTS A CX)-, 12 King** / rasa Yard, JOHN MUNROR A 00, 26 Ruf> Notre Dame dee Yi<-t?irea, 1 GbO. U. DRAPCR, Ha>r?. The owners of the--e a hi pa will act be ?*aVll for gold, direr, bullion, epecie, jewelry, predoaf atonee or metale, onL-<? bill* of lading are ther?fr>r, an * ihe ralo? thereof th?r?iio a Eftf !??(Jl? F H BAfES POLICE MAGISTRATE, FIRST ST., NEAR PEW A. A TESTE. < Vmvftt-anriag and Bounty Land Claims attended to mnySM?1ni Private Medical Treaties OH TBI PHYSIOLOGICAL YTKW OF MARR1A9* XX. B. LA CROIX. H. D* alrant. k r tSC Pag^s and 180 Fine Plain aad Colored lito graph/ and Platae. 49P Prieo oaly SB Coata. "VB ta^-Peat free of pot>Uge to all part* of the Unioa^B CHEAPnfT BOOK EYKB PUBLI>H RD, T.i cc n'alniag a earl t d obie the quantity cn reading matter in that of the FIFTY CRNTB OR DOLLAR PUBLICATIONS. Ittracw-on the PHYBIOLO | GY OF M ARP.LAGR, and the ' secret I? fir mi tie# and dieordec of youth and matarky, re> ; raiting from exceaoaa, which destroy the phyeicaJ aad me? tai powera, with obearratioa* oc marriage, it* outiee and diaqnallflnotioaa, aad their remedies; with lithograph*, IUn*tratiag the anatomy and phyaioiigy, ana diaeaeae of the iepro? loetire organs of both eexea, their structure, aaae and fnnetiona. A popular aad oomprohf aetva tzaa* Use on the dutiae and oa*ua)*ia? ?. f angle and mar ried Ufa?haptF and tnutiu'. ai''auva, mode cf aa euring them inikltcitria* infc.-tile ccee?th*4r obrtation ood retorai-^Importwt hint* to thoae vnteanplatiag metrics ay, toat will oeereoaie ob lestion* to it; rona. bewev?r. ahould take thi* im. porunt t lep w? U?at i^at oonaalDng It* paga* a mioentarie* on the .liseaeeeasd modi^al traatiaeal at ?acn*J-e frocs irlancy to old ace, each oam graph ically illustrate*! by baikutlful lithographic i latee aerroaa dsfcil>ty, it* caae<>* and, by ? preoaa* at caee m> eimple, aft aad effect ual that tai lore i* bapoeablc?rulre fcr daily mK^agement?aa a?ay in 8pc>rxnatorrbaea aith practical onwrratioBi on a *Ar, and more mode cf trtotcioct?pro> sautioaary hint* oa tLo eril* resulting from ? aapiri aai practice?an eaaar on all i''*ea*ae ariaisg from Indiecredoo, with p'^fa and simple rule* by whiofc all per.?t8 can cure thamaelTae withoat aa?y raciadiee fox thoae aeli infiiotod miaeriee and diaap pointed honoc ao unfortunately prcTalaat ia the young. It la a truthful admirer to the married amd thoee ooatanplating marrUc?. 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