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

Newspaper of Evening Star dated May 25, 1855 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. tourteiw yxab locu?i?. The woods around Eatontoo. Georgia are fall of loeaste, and the continued noise they make is almost deafening. It wands like the distant tinkling of a thousar.d small bells The wing? of these insects are marked with a W, and in olden time it was supposed that this letter foreboded war. The interest which this remarkaol* appearance excites in Chero forth all the powers of the Oeor gia as will be seen by the follow ing effaiion from the Atlanta Repablioan: THE LOCUS. You little red ide lnsex, What sings your song Upon the okes and various # Other trees, making a constant noise Like a steeo inline blowin' night a long ways off, Whar hav you bin sense last I hurd your voices, Some sixteen y?ar* ago? I wunder if you bav Staid ever since under the ground, Buried lhar out of sisht, 1 also wunder, now you h it cum out, What you do tin .J to eat For you dont seem to bav Such appetites as Pharo's insex, And ? at up every green thing. Ef you devour enything at awl I can't di?cuv? r it. Are vou raiy a p?*n Of War, or Peetilense, or Fammin, Or a!! together ? I don't think so, For I have seen vou several times Betore, and nothin' rortk'lar happened, 1 mm"jiaudy afterwards. [ cant think \ ou bring any efiex of cons^mfncc Ax all, and you can leeve just When you pl^es, or stay and holler on. Rksflts of Negro Emancipation.? We have had occasion frequently to pub lish frightful accounts of tho results of negro emancipation in the British West Indies. The subject has recently been presented in a more authoritative light by the Liverpool West India Association. In a recent memorial they stated form ally the well-known fact that the cost of production in most instances equals the value of the sugar crop. On the other hand, Cuba, by means of slave labor, has, within the short prriod of eight years, increased her cultivation from >10,465 boxes to 1,245,454 boxes of su gar : the shipments last year alone hav ing shown an increase of 170.000 boxes over those of the year preceding. [Sarun/wA Georgian. ZIT When Bonaparte's army were lying in camp, previous to the battle of Water loo, they complained bitterly of their ra tions, especially the bread. Ilowcver, they put up with it as long as they could, when a few men, more daring than wolf ish, went to the quarters of the attached Commissariat General, aad told him: "If rou don't give us better rations we will hang you!" The astonished contractor immediate ly sought an interview with the Emper or, ai d told him what had passed. "Did my men ?ay that?" said Napo leon. . "They did, Sire," said the General. "Well, my friend, I am certainly very sorry for you," said the Emperor; for if my men said so, they will certainly do it. Fashionable?Anything that is over valued. Navarino bonnets once sold for eighteen dollars apiece. When that was the case, the ladies would listen to noth ing else. About twelve months after wards they fell to six shillings a dozen. When that happened Navarinos were voted frights, and bestowed on beggar g'rls. Guess the author was right who stated that the world was "a universal mad-tiouae." C7* A Turkish proverb says, "The devil tempts other men, but idle men tempt the devil.'" A Spanish proverb, "What the fool does in the end, the wise man does in the beginning." A French proverb, "The noise of the world drowns the thunder of God." Fish Story.?Fish are caught in Puget Bay, Oregon, which, when dried and lit by the tail, burn like a candle ! MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. h'amt. Leave For Dau*. Uniea Havre New York..May 9 Atlantic New York. ..Liverpool ...May 15 V.-rth Star Havre New York..May 19 QO~ Tli * California steamers leave New York on t!?e acl: <md 2utb t<; each atonm. AKKIVAU3 AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS. National Uotsl- I D. WILLllS J Bowes, M1 Ma*t 8prajue C Kjau, NY I) Z Her, Md H Launsb.ey, do G 11 Knight. O J Rrownso.i, do H Landis, NY f De>eew, .1o j Berans, Car. < ? 8 Pre-cott, do M McCau*ian>l and lady, A MartLi, Ct Mo T 8 Wagi:er, Pa C.R Hodges, Md M Wam'i- a daughter, G Kocers & family, Mass Md L?r J Thomas, Md J (; 8mi'b. ?!o C Spiegle, Pa I> Carrol, Aik 1> George, do Mi - *.!srt?lge, do W P Walton, do J P Horbieh, Md W O 1'iekering and sou, G Greete, do Ma?? E T Ward, Pa T K Spragne H Haines, do B Feutress, Md I] 1? Laurence, ito Srowsi' IIaUI-T r. fc a. tcor.n. T C B**rry, Md J J Lane, NY 7. R'rry, ?io f> J Lane, do II P Scnorr, Term L A Hanson, do 1) H Johnson, do Mim S Hanson, da J II Woodgale. NY Miss L Hanson, do \\ iirnianuti, do Mr* ReaOmear, do J B Crown, do L Gardner, Tenn J L Wl.iJe, do C l> Berry, la J Buler, do -1) Pratt * lady, NY W H uvrty, Va R Pratt Si lady, do T A Little Si Iridy, Gi J W Welch, Mo H A B- yd, Pa 11 M Martin, Va Mi?t M B?>d, do O Turner a lady, NY V II Harbin, Mo WlUardi' Xictel- n. a a i. c. willasb 8 E Benson Capt H Bowman, USA Mr Leary, NY J Guy. U-SN P D Gordon, Mo G W R?ed, Pa ? n J Waterbury, NY C B huff NY Mr Burwell, do l>r 8uiniue>s, USA Yick, Md J G Davis & lady, Ma*s Klrkveod flowae -j. a. a a. cikkwood. A LinviUe, MJ W H Fitzpatrick. NY Z Be ill, do G II Lunbard, III J M Tompkins, Ala G W Williams, Md ?Mr Wood a son, fcC E Farreu, NY ? R Inoibie, Ala A M Chamberlain, Pa * W i .eoc.ard, do Dr A 11 Somer* NV ?-?P< Braddock, Me \ ^ ^ h?weU, do C W Moore, do J L Green, Md F Lewis, do H Mu, Pa Uaitsd States Hotel?a. c. hackmt. J F Johnsi n, NY j p Zebby, Pa H Dickutoon, do h j lildeg do G ?? Woodward, DC ? b SmiUi, do J II Bobbin*, \ a W Cummuigs. NY T Read, lud 8 ' ^ anion IIo??e( Alexandria. Va a mbwtom, raoraia-taa. W B lain field. Md A Berkeley, Va W H Peirca, Pa W L Edwards, do J F Moaa, DC J Mt^wium, Pa J Boyd, La Dr J Everett, Md T H Worthington, DC K W Vandis, DC J A fra**-r, do N J Thomas, do Dr J R Watou, Va J A Washington, Va ? ' A Washington, do VV P Uusenbury, do W W Herbert do W Linton, DC j\ J Wateon, DC j u Rogers, Va Tfl P Ingram, C8 ? W Piesstiaan, do Mr Barnett, Va TJ Murray, do G J Thomas, do WATaySoi,do G D Mercer, do J 8 Powell, do li B Powell, do U T Brown, do _ J J Dotigherty, Md R M White, Md H FINE WATCHES. AVING made a considerable addition to my stock of BOLD HTJIfTTJm FATEXT LEVEES, and LADIES' WATCHES Of first quality, heavy 18 carat( cases. Also, SILVER WATCHES for boys. I offer them at greatly reduced price*. The movements are selected with great car.?, and every Watch is warranted. Persons in want of a fii*1 timekeeper are invited to examine my assortment. H 8EMKEN, No. 330 Pa. avenue, betw. 9th and 10th sts. mar 30 NOT1CK ? I receiv**d ihi? day a new assort ment of S!.EEVE BUTTON'S and STUDS, of | the latest style*. Also, a variety of other new Goods: a* Vest Chains, Chatelams, Bracelet*, Pins Earrings, Rings, etc. Great inducements offered to purchasers. H. SEMKEN, No. 330 Pa. avenue, bet. 9th and 10th st\ C^ A*c?p Poinit put to Gold Pens at short notice. Diamonds remounted, and Jewelry made to order, mar 39?tf WASHINGTON STOVE JUNUPACT'RT, S. E. corner of Pa. av. and Eleventh Ureet, Sole Agr-ncv for CHILSON, GOULD & CO.'S Warming and Ventilating Apparatus, M. POND fc CO.'S (of Bo?ton) Union Donblc-Oyen rooking Range, J. L. MOTT'S (of New Vork) INV.NCIBLE DOUBLE-OVEN RANGE. Constantly on hand, and receiving LATROBE STOVES, for heating tw s stories; Parlor and Chaiu ber GRATES, Enamel ed and Japanned Cooking. Hall, Parlor, Chamber and Dining Room S ! OVES; Plain, Tinned and Enamelled Iron HOLLOW W ARE; Bioek Tin, Planished and Japanned WARE in zreat variety. All of which Will be sold at the lowest possible rates, that will compare favorably with any Estab lisiiinent south of New York. An examination of my stock iseamestly solicited ap 13-3* J AS SK IRVING DENTISTRY. DR. MUNSON respectful'y casln public attention to his new patent, and GREATLY IMPROVED method of selling Artificial^ T. i'th. wi.h Continuous. Gum - the very PERFECTION OF THE ART. This style ofTeeth has the fallowing aivantages over all others, viz: GREAT STRENGTH, CLEANLINESS, COM PORT, and BEAUTY, vieing with Nature in these respects, and in some others exuellinu. Public in spection is respectfully solicited. Please call and see specimens. CAUTION.?No other Dentist ir. the Di trict of] Columbia has a right to make this style of Teeth N. B.?Teeth constitutionally healthy, plugged and warranted for life. Office and house at No. 208 E street, nesr the corner of Pennsylvania avenue and 14th street, ap 24?tf TO THE LADIES MISS S J. THOMPSON now prepared to show our large 1 ar.d well selected stock >f Millinery' which she has just opened, of the la te-t styles which we are selling nt ?h<- lowest prices, and we cordially invite the ladi<?s to call early and have the first selections. We would :?lso respectfully call their attention to our large and hand handsome stock of Fshcv Goivls Pertumery, Gloves, Hosiery, s,c,. which we can sell at unusually low prices. HUTCHINSON ft MUNRO, No. 310 Pennsylvania avenue, First door west of Wait r Harper & Co.'s. mar 28 ? m PAINT AND OIL STORE. M. T t?A?;KE!i, HOUSE, SIGN & ORNAMLSIAL PAINrEK. rOUISlANA avenue, between Sixth and Sev J entli streets. No. 60. Residence No. 39? C Fireft, between Sixth and Seventh lis* artd? d to his present business the sale of PAINTS, OILS, GLASS and PUTTY, in .-mall or large quantities. The att' ntion of housekeepers is {larticulaily callrd to the convenience nf arrangement as they can at all times procure HEARTH and other MIXED PAINTS, of a!! colors, made ready for use by a PRA?; 1ICAL PAINTER. Orders promptly attended to and respectfully so I cited. CHEAP FOR CASH. may 2?lm REV. JOHN LANAHAX, PASTOR OF THE EXETER STREET, M. E. CHURCH.?A swung desire to benefit the aiHictcd inlnces ihUo to cer'ilV. We chaheng< any other niedicino to present such a n.a-s of test imony from geutlenien and ladtes of hi^h standing of our own well-known citizens, who testify of cures of COUGH, I!RON C.1ITIS, RHEUMATISM. DYSPEPSIA, &c. Raltimop.e, January 24'Ji, ltt?>. Menn. Mortimer 4' Mowbray: I tak. pleasure in saying to yuu that I have used > >ur "Hampton's Tincture" with very Rreat profit. k rom a serious t.iroat affection, my general health had become very mueh impaired, when I com menced to use '? Hampton's Tincture." I found il effects upon my general health mo-t salutary My nervous system and digestive organs soon right ed up under its use. I have several times recommended it to my friends, and in evrry ca?e, as iar as 1 have been in formed, they have use it with success. Yours truly, Johh Lakaham, Pastor Of Exeter st., M. E. Church, Baltimore. BLEEDING OP THE LUNGS. Raleioh, N. C., Feb. 8, 1855. Meant. Mortimer 4" Mowbray: I do here ly certify tiiat about twelve months ago I W5?s taker. witS a severe hemorrhage of the Lungs and had four attacks of it I was advised to trv Dr. Hampton's Vegetable Tincture I procured* on r?utle, and after taking which, I was satisfied that 1 was much better; and that, after taking the fourth jouie, I wr entirely well, and now I enjoy as good h*ilth as ever I did in my life. I ran, and do, with out the least hesitation, recommend the Tincture to allpersons aflheted in* my way. Yours, Geo. W. CURE FiTS?READ! 'lurt to the SirJ. t\an Gold.?from one of the most respectable Drug:??t.s in South Carolina. Charleston, 8. C. Sept. 21,1853. Mes?TP. M(!6Ti)?rr. & Mowbrat:?The sale fct your Hampton's Vegetable Tincture is increasing every day, and every bottrc sold recommends this valua'-le medicine to th* afflicted. Several of e>ur planters have tried it in different cases wt'h aston ishing success, and are getting it by half dozens. It ban been found to be the greatest remedy for rheu matic affoctions, and a wonderful cure has b?*en performed on a n?Kro hoy, *':ffering from Fits. I will furnish you witli a number of certificates if you wish them. I am, gentlemen, yours, W. G. Trott. Call and get pamphlets gratis, and see cures of Cough, Bronchitis, umuniatisui, Neuralgia, Dy? pepsia, Nervousness and tieneral Weakness. As a female medicine or for dentate children we believe it unequaiied. Sold by MORTIMER ft MOWBRAY, IV) Balti more streetj Baltimore, and 304 Broadway, N. York Chas. Stott & Co., J. B. Slooh*. D. B. Clarkk, Clark* St Bowunr, VV. Elliot, and II. McPiur ?oh, Washington ; also, by R. S. P. Cisel, Geoige town ; and O. C. Uerrt, Alexandria, and by Drug gists everywhere. feb 21?tr AN APPEAL TO COMMON SENSE. LET THE SICK SEAR THE TRCTIt. Captaik Benjamin.? Wherever known his teal mony will be conclusive. But lest those who do not know the Captain should be sceptical, Dr. Daw son ft Bro., with others of the best known and most highly respectable citizen- of Ea.?rnn, endorse h;? wonderful cure ty HAMPTON'S VSGBTABLB T1N0TUES. Easton, Oct. 4,1864. Jfcs.71. Mortimer 3r Mowbray : Geutlemen? I feel it my ?f:ity to ynu and the pub lie to certify to the effects of Hampton'^ Vegetable Tincture. I was tor more than five years laboring under a disease of Chronic IffieumatiMii, and the great part of that time 1 was ?o helpless that I had to be helped from my bed and dressed in my clot:i? I became reduced to a mure skeleton. All the med icmes I took done me no good, and I continued t: grow worse. I heard of Hampton's Tincture ann thought I would give it a trial. At this time I did not expect to live one day after another, t Ni no. take it (the Tincture) lt>r the Rheumatism, l;;t in a short time I was well ?.f that disease. From tht effects of your '1 incture and the help of God 1 am now getting in good health. 1 wish ail the affiictcd to try Hampton's Vege&b<e Tincture, as I have done, with the same effect tnat it has on Your obedient servant, Isaac BkhjaITUi. We are acquainted with Isaac Benjamiu; Mid him some ot Hampton's Vegetable Tincture, and btr lieve the above statement correct. Dawson h Bro. From our knowledge of Captain Benjamin we are confident tliat the above statement is true and un exagerated. J. A. Johhsoh, Charles R-jrimsom. Call and get pamphlets patls, and see curcj ot Cough, Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Neuraipia, Dvs p?-psia, Nervonsnes* and General VV>akneps. As a H'lnaie medicine or for delicate children we believe it untquallei. Sold by MORTIMER fc MOWBRAY^ 140 Haiti more sti.-^t, Baltimore; and Broadway, N. York Cuas. Stott 4t Co., J. B. Moore, D. B. Clarke Clarek & Bowlihm, VV. Elliot, and H. McPher ?on, Wa-hington; also, by R. 8. F. Cissel, George town, au<l C. C. Rbrrv, Alexandria, and by Drug eu<uj2^rvwhe e. )an 8?u W 'HS IF YOU DARE '?A new Waltz, very *wsnuable j0r be^lnneTs, composed and dedicated IT T' of fi<H?ritctowR, by Prof. W Hunter. Published and lor ?&Je at III LB US k IlIT^ts Music Depot, MUJ ' om*r Pa, av, widlnh ??, . PROPOSALS FOR STATIONERY. ?A Post Otnci DirAETStXTT, Uay 10, 1965. SKA LCD PROPOSALS wl'.l be received at th? ro?t "fflo* Dei-artroent until the Uth diy of Jan# next, at 8 o'clock, p m? for tarnishing the s'a'iousn Cor thLs department for four Tears fir m ' lie first day c.f July, 1855. Thr>se unaccmpaoiel by satisfactory testimonials of ability to fulfil a con tra t will not be eonaidered. All the ar? cIji must be of the Tery Iwtt q "a'ify; * miles of which, containing at lesat a r?am cfca*h ku d #f paper, must accompany the bids; and the ie, trtment reserves the right to reta'n and pay for the same at the prioe stated in th? offer, or to return them, at its option No bid will be cocsi ier d where the ariiclee aexiupaDying itare otof the k nd and quality requi'ed by the department, and sptrrious art?<Mee will subject the entire lid to rejec tion at i he pie-.sure of the "epar'ment. The subjoined list specifies as nearly as can now be done the amount quality, and d?*ription?f ea h of the kinds of articles ihat will be wanted: )0rea?M folio post, s-.tin cr plain flai h, faint lined, and rimmed, to weigh not lass than 17 pounds per ream 10 do foolscap, hand made, faint-lined, atd trimmed, to weigh not less than '2 pounds per ream 40 do foolscap, plain, iteehine, faint-lined, and trimmed, to weijjh not less than 12 pounds per re-tm 10 do Iboiicap, b us-lail, hand-made, faint lined, garden patera, oommorly known us despatch or consular paper, to we'gh not less than 16 pound* p.'r ream ICO do post, hand-road*, plain, fa!nt lined th:ee aid-*, per ream 125 do quarto p-^st, machine, plain, faint lined three side*. per ream 4 do belt hand mud a sup.*r royal piper, pl? in, per ream 1 do best hand-side royal paper, plain, per ream 4 do b?s' hand-made d?mi paper, plain, per ream 4 do be.=t hinl mad? medium paper, pis in pe ? r?m 3 do be-t hao't m'dfe: d >uVe cap pafer, p'ain per r am 10 do note paper, gil1, per raam, large ari? ?? d"> note paper, p ain, per ream, largo size 10 d * note paper, gilt, p-r ream, sa all size 5 do note paper, plair, par ream small sice 100 do eiTeiope p#|>er, yello*- or buff, royal, per re., in 20 do blctt ng paper. royal, p?r ream 25 d a?a p*ids tt-rrj's b &t mjtallic pecs and holders, per dozen cards 25 d> ccrds ct all other mamfictnres in use, p*r doz :n cards 4> gross m*t4l!i-> p ns. per gro?-? 2 do l?rg? b&rrel pen handles, rcsewocd, par gross 2 do sin-l; barrel f ea handles, rosewood, per gross 6 do steei-t ppad pen hir.dle?, per grftsa tCO opaque quia-, No. 80 j er m -5 dozen Cont'e'a bes: b' l*ad pencils, gradu ated, ptr doz n 25 do Monroe's or other manufactured, grad a'ed, per dcz<n 10 do bett re 1 lead peo'ils. p?r doaen 20 ao folders, ivory, 9 inch do 4o0 do red line i tape, aborted do 10 do dls tata, colors and widths, in hanks, per d< zea 1 do poucccboxes, cccoa, per doz?n ?0 do paper v:?i ;ht?, asso: ted do 1 do beat cold peaa do 12 oo sand bex?s cf cocoa, per d z*n 15 do water stands, or boxes, oocoa, par doz9n 6 do ernsers. Rodger* A fou's. irory handle?, genuine, per dozen 8 do penknives, Kodgers k Son's, four blade*, buckhoru handles, genuine, per dozen 6 do waf~T-?tampa, ivory handles, per dozen 6 do wafe.-ataiapB, lia;uuia^t&> handlfs, per dozen 4 d ?> effiee the?.rs, 11 inches, per dozen 4 do office scissors, per dozen 12 do inkstands, Draper's patent, morable tops, per dozen 4 do inkstands, ^ast iron, lar^e, double, per dose a 2 do lusstands, cast iron, large, single, per drzea 2 do b" nz-spring op inkstand*, per dczen ?10 fco ties ink, blacfc,Majraid AN'Gyes's,in quart bottle* pcrbotil' 75 do ink, C rp-r A Phillips's, or equal, per quart bottie 100 do hifc,r?d, A moll's or equal,in \ pint bet - . tb-a, per bottle 1C0 ponnds waf r?, com -on sizv, red, per ponnd 75 do sealing-wax. best extra supirfine, scar let, per pound 20 do Ind'a rubber, prepared, per pound 5 do Irdia rubber, i npr<?parei, per pounl 300 qua ts bla;k sand per quart 20 ounces pounce, p?-r uunce 4 ?j pounds twine, linen, per posni 100 do t^iae, ootton per poacd 6 dcz'n ruiei>, mahoga1 y, round or flat, per dozen 2 do do liinumvit?, round, per do;en 5 uds sponge best, per pt ucd lo do guin arabic, l??st, per pound 6,000 ex'rai>irg.? siz" woite sdhe^ire envelopes, very stnoo h end thick, by 4^ i chss square per hundred i-OjOOOlonj- buff adhesive fnvebpes, very smaoth acd thfck, 9^ by 3% inches, per hundred 25,000 lo*g *hite or buff adhesive envelopes, very smooth and ?hick, for iet'ers and circulars, 8% b> 3^ inct:es, per hundred 3,000 buff or white adhesive letter envelopes, smooth and thiek, p>cr hundred 1,000 msll-sir-; ^hite note adhesive euTelope*, per huidred ?-',000 l*rge size white note adhesive envelopes, ptr hundred 3,000 lett?r slz. white adhecire envelopes, per huc dred The adhesive envelopes mu*t be thickly gum aed a fourth of an inch wide, round the i&ppwli. Each bidder must farctsh with his proposals a eaaple, and but one s .mpb, of each article bid for. Each article ma;t be bid for, and oo more ttan < ne price named for any one rtiole. Bids not fully oonlf rming to the adver'.isement <w; ? 1 not be con.kider?d. T~e ViKii and condilioBSOf th? advertisement for stationery, are to be incorporated in ths on tr?ct for stationery; and 'he head of the depart ment will, in *11 cases, j idge whether the articles tecderej by the contractor a-e of the quality re quired by ?he co. tract The contract will bs awarded to the lowest and l.-est Wider, and bond a; d security will be required for its faithful performance. The stationery ia to be furnished aa it may bs or dered by tie department, and at Ihe contract pri a, whether tne quantiliurf exceed or fall short ot :.hose et.t:mated. E?<*h proporal must be s'gned by the Individual or firm making it, and must apecily a price, und vui OTU price, for each asd every article n.unid in ? he s.-bedule. Should any articlee te required which are not enumerated, ibey are to be furnished at the. lowett market prices, if the department shall ere fit to order them trom the contractor having the contract for similar articles; and if the contractors and the d^vartment do not agrshen the depart ment may have the article turn eh?d by aay other person or persons who will famish it a pr'ce lower than that demanded by the contract r. lilank fo ms for proposals wili b? turriahed it the dep-irtmentto p*rac>na applying for them; and, as without uni formity th?r?in the d-partment would finl it diffl cult to maKe a decision, noce will be taken intocou sid ration unless substantially agreeing therewith , The depanmjnt reserves to itrelf th* r ght of or daring a greater cr a lea* qoantitr of each aadevery art'.ile contracted for as tho \ ublic service may re quire. Ttie hesk?i of the d partment w.ll in all cjjes da ??ide whether the terms of the contract havo been oon plied with, and raerve< the power to anncl the '?"niract upon any failure to comply in a reas- na ble time. Itonds with approvel security are to be given > y th?* per-on or persons contract g; and in ca*e of iailur- to euprly the articles, the contractor and his sureties shall be liable for the forfvitar^ specifi;; in such bond as liquidatel damasea. The contract will be awarded to the loT?t and best bidder, the beet bid to be determined after a car. ful 'xaminati.- n for the purpose of ascertaining wh eh I id will, in ita practical results, be most ad vantageous to the dep?r*ment. 'J he depsr m?nt rf serves to itaelf the ri^ht to rs jtt ?cy bid who.-e it is apparent that a part of the articles are bid for at verf low and a part at very hi/h ra'es. without proper regard to tb? co;tof each, for tb? purpose of affecting ths aggregate of the bids under the estimate contained in the adver tisement. JAMES CAMPBELL, may 11? lawiw Postmaster General. (lLOCKSi WATCIIES AND JEWELRY j Opened this day, forty different styles ot C ocka Good Clocks $1 25 Fine Gold Watches, $22 warranted. Jewelry cheaper than ever. Call and see for yourselves at J. ROBINSON'S, No. 340 opposite Browns' Hotel. may 1?dim CHARLR8 H A SKI NS, Architect. [Pa. avenue, between Tenth and Eleventh streets,) washinston, n. c. WILL continue to furnish Plans, detail working Drawings, and specifications of buildings ot very description,and &hso m superintend their?rec '?*'? febl?utf LAW PARTNERSHIP. Robert j. walker and louis janin have formed a co partnership under the firm of "Walker k Janin," for th? management and ar gtnuent of eases in the Supreme Court of the United States, and before the Court ofCiainr* at Washing ton City. ^ Addrivs Washington, D. C. ntfiy 10-eo3m EjlOR SALE?A VERY FINE SADDLE AND B?My HORSE. The horse is young, g ntle and sound, and of fine stock ; would jri^ make eitlier a very fine carnage horse, or a^*2^" very pleasant riding oorse. AIsh>, tut Mle au excellent work horse, perfectly sound. Apply to No. 43 Dun barton si., Georgei'ii. TO THE LADIES. THE undersigned is prepared to give lessoaa to In dies and children in all kinds of embroider!** hair andI fine needle work. Also, in Mantillas. Co!*, and 9>nvn vaM be ?nbroi()6rtd promptly to order. Stamping nnd Drawing done hi neat atvle. to* ^ MR? P" S^MCOHR, *87 Maryland av , bet. 6th snd 7th sLt fsfand. [No 5*7.] NoHe* of the Removal o f the Land Office from Clinton to Warsaw, in the State of Missouri. UNDKR authorlt* of tb* set of Conxrem entitled , ?2 *"* autbo^?'n* changei in the location r>f l^nd Office-," appr ved Much 3,1853, it is he-eby d-cla??i and mad* known that the land offioe f.r theaaleof the public Unds at Custos. Miaeoori, will be rerneve* t* Wars w, Bent? ounty, In tfce slid State, on the first day of July next. Given under my hand, at ths dt? of Washington, ihD fifteenth day of May, Anno Domini one thous and sight bonded and fi ty-flve. ':7 order of the President: JOHN WTL?ON, Oommif!oner of Qemsral Land Office, may IT?lawflv WILLARD'S H OTEL, TOld Point Comfort, Va. "I8 ^PLKNlilD SEA SHORE HOUSE IS NOW OPEN. Board per day oq Board by the week, per day 1 50 Board by the month, per day 1 25 Baths free for the guests may 10-lm C. c. WILLARt> k BRO *r ? ^ .fN?- ?"?l Notic* of an establishment of an additional Lane Office in the Territory of Oregon. IN pu nuance of the act of Congr* sa approved Feb rusry 17, 185% entitled "An aet to establish ul additional land district ia the Territory of Oregon." to b* called th? Uinpq??a district, embracing a l tb? laal lyiar south of the iocr;h standard parallel, it is hereby declared asd made k?own that the land offlce for Hail district has teen heated bv the Pre i dent of the Unit d Stat s at the town o* Winchester in sa;d Terr.tory, until other^fce oidce*. "Dder my hnnd, at th- city of Washington this 17ih day of May, A. D. 1856 JOHN WILSON. Commissioner of oencral Laud offlc-. ta<>y IS ? lawl Jw FOR POOR AND LABORING MEN. O MALL BUILDING LOT8 of 10 f-?t ?r more O T^riotjs pr.rts rl the City, and Georpst.-wn ? Ictt prices, an-i terms to suit. LLOYD & GO 3C1 LDINO 3TORK, for ?*?<?, deferable at the C%r.a', r? Whirr m n Wkhin^toa, Gaorgstp^ or A'e^and'ii. ,?w t LLOYD i CO. Isth ctract, ?>;; Jr^aury Lv-p* -iatact !"V 28- - i r Privata Modical Traatio# OH TLB PHY3I0L09IC&L Yfi*<V 0* MA8RI43B, by a. b. l?a cp.oix. a. A LEA AT, N Y. *0 Cag*. aai ISO ?1?.? r-hJn and Color. 1 Litho graphs and Plstee. CJf Prlae cniy M5 Csiata ft ?ar*8f6t free cf po lageto aU parts of the Unlon"t3| CHEAPEST BOOK XVHS PUBLI5HE;?, *nd containi.i>! searly d ub'e the quantity r?A<tiog matter In thst of th FIFTY CKNT3 Ch DOLLAT PUBLICATIONS. It tr*at* cn ?he FHYSfOLO IGY OP MARRIAGE, and th? 1 -ccret i ? firroitiesand dlserder J of youth and macurity, re I ?ul?iug ftcja eLcaw-rt, whict 1 d^xy iL: physical and me n tal powers, with obferrati{ m on narnsjn, ita dutiee aud ?li^ualificalioas, and th^ir r^medi^e; T'ith litkogi%ph% illdftrating t.h> ?riatomy and physio!ng?, t-d diseates cf the reptv du'-?irf> org:uu of both aczen, their rtrnctnre, use. and funotioca. A popular ani comprehensive trm cipe on the duties and ca.TiiaJ*Jc>c ? t Kngle and m v. ried life?happy and aJ' auw, cicde ct ? ? Tivg them?infeliutctis ,?t.d :cSnti!? ores?thei> oi>viation and reamra.?iisporcant hints to ia-w ?ntemp!ating ir-*t. zroy *riil orerccwft i b potions to it; ncn-j howf>?r. ehonld take th;a ira portant s>p w?'h^it Crfit consulting tts pagsa? et simentaries oa tfll oiaeicesand medical treatment ot remfrom iniaucy to old a^e, each cs?e grtpfc io?l?y illustrate: by beauuful lithographic plai?v n- rvoBS deWlity, Itfl oau^>s and cure, hyaprcc*^ at once so aiajyle, ':fe at>l eTectual, that tailure ? Ic?possible?rule? for daily management an e.v?.* 3n hporm*torrhoes. *ith practical ohserrLtions ou ? later, and m^Te suo"?'?eful ?qc<?? of tr-atmeDt?prr Jauticcarr h'cis or. the evil? icculting rro^i ampin sal piactioe?,\n or. a!; diaevec aristafraa irdiecretion, vii.h plain oi l ei?jpl? n^iss ,fcv VhicI tli persons can cjw tb??nselr?e withc.:? ibt??n:r7? r*iiiedl?r f^r thone r.slf icfiictsd mi3er.e? and ui-ar roiatei, ro uaf-rzunstsly prertl-snt !n :h. y.'-nuj. It ifj a tcaihfu,. ai -iof- to i.he inar .1 d ih"?e contrmplatir.? mari!??<-. Its nertwai I? - ?" titular Jy reomscend-d to carsena enter taiofnc sc sret doubta cf their physical condition, ant wLa ;,r> wrodous f hating kiMrdei the health, htppir ea; pririleres tc which fTery human b^in? is <c iitlei io. Prise 2?*>ct? :+T oc^x, cr tlTe ooj i* fr-r one dal 'i-- ?*liad free C? to wiy cf Iho Uai ?i ntatea. N. V.?Those whe r refer may ocnsnltDr. Li Cssu Opon ar y ofthediaes m opon which hi.i book tr^^t ?ither rersonaUy cr by mail. Medicine aent to en. part cf tee Union ac.wrdlug directloiifl, aai-i' faciei -aiit i^sr^Dlly s?cyrei from a>l ol^se-Hfcot Addrca Dr. M. b LA CROIX, No.81 Allien lan or f'ost Offl~e Box ?79, Albany, N. Y. iTf Oflioe open daii/ from 'J e. zsi to 9 p a. and 01 from J until 5 p ic. *3-OfScs Re:ao7?d f?r.m No. 85 B^rrr p? to 31 Heiltieiii Lt??, Albany, N. Y. ?'ec 7 '('RiaarRY DiPAitTMaKT, Marcb 5, lai5 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the hoidenot stock oi the United State.? described in the t<d lowing notice of 3d January last, that for the i?nr pose of completing the purchase of the amouni therein named, this departaeut will continue to purchase, upon the terms of aaid notice, to the ex tent or the residue o( the num proposed not vet ob tained?aay $1,158,585 05, if ?aid ?o,.-k8 are ofTowd aad received here prior to the flrat dav of June next ? . TaaaacRT DEi-iRT?i*T, January 3, 16^5. Notice is hereby tfven to the holders of th^ fol lowing described stocks of the United State-; Ci-m Jhis department is prepared to purciiase, at any'tii,.. between the date hereof and the Iki ctay of March next, portions of those stocks, amounting in the ne gregate to $1,900,000, in the manner aud ou the tei nis hereinafter mentioned, to wit: In case of any contingent competition, within the amount stated, preference will be g ven in the order or time in which said stocks may be offered. Th. certificates, duly assigned to the United State* bv the parties who are to receive the amount tnereof. must he transit'itted to tins departmrnl: upon the receipt whereof, a pTice will be paid comitounded 01 thy following particulars: 1. The par value, or amount spccificd in each cer tificate. 2. A premium on Ihe stock of the loan authoriz d *c' redeemable November 12, IgpO, 01 2* per cent.; on the stock or the loan an !Tnf^by act of 1842' redeemable 31st Decern ber. 180S, nf 10 per cent.; on the etock of the loaiib authoriz"J by the acta of 1847 and 1848, a id redeem able, the former on th - 31ft December, 1867, and the latter on ihuSOth June, 1868, of 16 per cent ? and on the stock of the loan authorized by the act oi 1850, and redeemable on the 31st ot December 11564, (commonly called the Texan indemnity.) 6 p? ci nt. 7" 3. In'erest on the par of cach certificate from the let ot Jantiyy, 18o5, to the date of rcceipt and aet tlcment at the Treasury, with the allowance ifor the money to reach the owner) ot on? day's ii-tcrest ui addition. 7 payment for said stocks will be made in drafts of the Treasurer of the United States, on the assistant reasurer at Boston, New York, Philadelphia, as the parties may direct. ' But to certificate will be entitled to the benefit of this nonce which shall not be actually received at the I reasury ou or before the said 1st day of March neXt< ? ^ , , JAME8 GUTHRIE, mar 6?dtJunel feecretarV of the Treagqrv. Unlod States Patent Offleo. t 0? t WAsawoToii, May 19.1W55 I N the petition of Emir C Pullmkh, almi iitra t It rf th<?e'tate 'f L?wia Pullm?n, deceased 'V: ?rf 'V ?0n* NeW York- Pr?yinK for the extension ?I oF * ? cran ed to Ihs faid Lewie Pul'man on th?- 21 11 f Au:u t, 18*1, for an improvement in mic ia-s.of em<?ing buildings," tor seven years from the expiration of said patent, which takea and*fifty fii* ^ ?f A,gUst' si8ht?en hundred It is ordered, that the said petition be heard at th? Patent Offlce on Monday, the 6th day of Auauot next, at 12 o'clock, m., and all peraons are notified to appear aud t>how cause, if any they have, why said petition ought not to be granted. Persons oppoei ug the extension are required to flle in the.PatentOfflce their objections, specially set forth in writing, at least twenty days before the davn! hf!?a(r:!*,1LtWrtiinoDJr filed^ either party tobeua?d at the said hearing must be taken and transmitted within ten days thereafter. B???nta, if any, Ordered, a'eo, that thia notice be nubliah.^ ?- ?v Union, Intelligencer, and Kvenln* 8^!r W^Iki ton, D. C.; Daiiy Ks^ublioan in ^ -yl vaniao, PhU^elphii ^ S Y'nn' icaa, New York; and Amer* week for three successive ' oncT ? eth day of Augart next, the day'o^ hearirjr*0 CHiRLES M A SON, p * iMt*~ txanmlaaioner of I'atecti DOCTOR HOOFLAND'8 CKLKBRATHD - (German Bitters, puruu BT JDB. C. M. JACKSON. Philad'a., fa., WILL KrfECTUALLT CCM LITER COIPLADiT, DT8P1P8IA, JlUHWd, Chronic or Ntrvov Debility, Ditto?a of dU Kidney*, and all diooaoea writing from a di ttdorod Livor or Stomaok. 8ach Constipation, Inward Pile*, Full new, or Blood to the Head, Achlity of Ute'StouiH. b, Nau sea, Heartburn, l>i?gust for food, FuiWm ot weight iu the Stomach, Sour Eructations, rink ing or Fluttering it the Pit ot the Stomicb, owtm ruing of the Head, Hurr ed ?nd difficult Breathing, Pluttering at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensations ?hen in a lying Posture, Dimneus ol Vision, Dots of Webs before the Sight, Fever and Hull Pain in the Head, Drfldeney of Perspiration. Yellowness of ihe Skis aifd Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limb*, fcc., Sudden Flush's of Heat Burning in the Flesh, Constant imagui ings of Evil, and great depression of Spirits. 11HE proprietor, in calling tae .mention of the public to thif preparation, docs so with a feel nig of the utmost confidence in iu virtues and adap tation to the diseases for which it is recommended. It is no new and untried article, but one that has ?tjed the test of a ten years' trial before the Ameri crn people, and its reputation and sale is unnvailed by any similar preparations extant. The testimony in its favor given by the most prominent and well known Physicians and individuals, in all parts ot !ile country is immense. The following from North Uaiolina is respectfully sub? itt- d, referring any who may still doubt, to my "Memorabilia," or Prac tical Receipt Book, for Farmers and Families, to be iiad rratis, of ail the Agents tor the German Bitters. Principal Office and Manufactory, 140 Arch s:., Philadelphia, Pa. TESTIMONY FROM NORTH CAROLINA. Certificate of Dr. W. Smith, of Pine HxU, RuK imond County, A*. C. Pink Hill, March 4th 1*54. Or. C. M. Jackson, Philadelphia?Dear Sir: I have been a subject of Dyspepsia, in its worst f nn, for the la?t five years. Such was my condition fo* .tielve months that the physieiai.s and all a jo saw ;iie said I must die. While iu this condition, I was carried to th?- watering places in Virginia, Tennes see and North Carolina, but wa-: npt benefited hy any w:;t?'r to which I was taken. While on my way home, I stopped a we<-k at Riithert'ordton, a smal I village in North Carolina, to try the effect of ??me Chalybeate water in that place. About the last of the week, 1 went into a dru* store to gel <onie medicine for my child and myseif. There several of the village physicians in the store, and one of them seemed to take some interest in my case and, after asking me some questions, said he twd been a dyspeptic, and had been greatly bene fitted by the u?e of " Dr. Hoofland's German Bit ters," prepared by y* n, and he insisted that I would try the Bitt?r3 He also called the next day at my room, and insisted so much that I would try them that I asked him to get me one bottle. He did it, and I commenced taking it as directed, and f do say ( was more benefitted by it tlrin all the water and medicine I had ever taken. After reaching home one of my neighbors came to in j for a prescription and medicine, (he a dyspep tic,) and i gave him nearly all the Bitters I had left, W.-.ich effected much good in his ease. He has often : :i< >.! on me for more of the same k nd of medi ?n;ie, saying he was more benefitted by it than any ? Kher he had taken, but I have not been able to get tay more for him or myself ? , thero .iire, please ship me a doxen or more as soon am pot ?*ble. Respectfully vours, W. SMITH. D. R. HOOKER, Roger's 8rnre, Wake Co., N. C., October 04.1853, says:?" Havinc experienced very Seat benefit from the use of " Hoofland's German itters,:' in Chronic Dysentery and functional de rangement of the Liver, and us concomitant evils, f am desirous of obtaining a quantity of it for the benefit of mv community. You will, therefore, please send a lot. he. flic. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J. ATWOOD. Hcntsvill*, Yadkin Co , N. C ,Nov. 1st, 1853. Dr. C. M. Jackson?Dear Sir: Allow me to ex press to you my sincere thanks for your discovery of a medicine which, to say the least of it, has ef fected a cure that all other medicines, that I have alien, have entirely failed to ilo. " licofland's Ger nwn 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 tr;is community, ns I am well known in this and the mrmunding counties, and can truly wiv that my re covery has astounded all my friends and relations, as 1 had tried everything recommended, and nothing did me any good until I was prevailed upon to try the Bitters. You aie at liberty to make any use o( this communication, for the benefit of the afflicted, lou may think prqper. Truly yours, WM. J. ATWOOD. Thew bitters are entirely rrgetahle, they invicorat* and stre'iffthen the system, never prostrate it, and ran be u*<ed for infants as well as adults. For s: le by respectable dealers everywhere, end by Z. I). OILMAN, Washington; J. L. KIDWELL, Georgetown; and J. R. PIRKPONT, Alexandria. mar 1?lv CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. rtie Great Purifier of ihe Blood I Not a Particle of Mercury In It In Thsallibu Rixkdt for Scrofula, Ring's Evil, sheumatis-.n, Obstinate Cutaneous Kruptk>ne; F:mpie* or Pustules on the face, Blotches, Uciic, C'-ionic Sore ?y6fi, Ring Worm or Tetter, Scald Ilaad, Enlargement and Pain of the Bones and Joints, Stubborn Uleera, Syphilitic. Disorders. Latatago. Spinal Csmpla'nta, and aB the d??e?s*r arising from an Injuoisious use of Mercurv, '.n pro J ?cce ia ! ife, cr Imparity of the Blood. IMIIB valut'.'ia Medicine, which ha. beoome eel* biiit^l for the nmr.-ier of ?xtracrdinary cure?, iffcct-id through Its agercy, has Induced the prepri nt?-9, at the org-nt request of their friends, to offer t to the public, which th-y do with the utmost eon U'act in its virtues and wcndeifnl curative prcp "ti s The following oertiflcatee, sele- tad !roia a :arg? number, are, however, stronger testimony than the mere wo*<l of Ihe proprietors; ana are ail from gentlemen well known in their Jocalitiets tu-J if the highest respectability, many of th-m res' iing n the city of Hichaocd, Ya. ?. BOYDSN, Ks-i,, cf the Exchange Hotel, Eich oiusd, known everywhere says he has seen the Med. cine failed Camm's jspawise Mixtukk. adzainittered in over a hundred cases, ia neariv all the disease* ?or which it I* recommended, with the most asion shic^iy treed result* He says it is the meet ?x ^ra?rd*?iary medicins he has utr eeec. AGVJei AND FT5YES?GREAT CURE.?I herrby -flrtlfj that for three rears I had Ague tied Perer of the most violent dot cripi?on. I h?d several PLv icians, took Urge r;aan:ities of Quinine, Itfercuty, *i?d I telere all the Toe lew advertised; but all with mt pevmanent relief. At last I tried Carter": in this world, and the only medicine that tver reached my caae. JOHN LONGDJCN. Lxatxr 1/icch, near Richmond. Ya. 0. B. LUCK, feq., now ia the city cf Richmond and for many years in the Pest Office, has cuch jr.ufidenoe in the r.itonL-lucg eff:;acy of Carter's Spanish Mixture, that h* has bought upward? of l? bottlee, which he haa giren away to the ad-cted.? Mr. Lack save he has never known it to fail when raken according to directions. Dr. M1NGK, a practising Phjsician, and formerly >f the Oity Hotel, La the city of Richmond, says he witnessed in a number cf instanoee the effects ol Qar^er'a Spanish Mixture, which were meat truly oirprisfng. He seyc in a caee of Consumption, de pendent on the Liver, th? good effects were won derful indeed. SAMUSL M. DRINKER, of the firm of Drinker k Morris, Richmond, was cured cured of Lirer Com plaint of thrive \ ears standing, by the use cf twx 3f-tties of Garter's Spaai-h Mixture. GREAT CURE Of 8CR0FULA ?The Editors of the Richmond Republican hid a servant employe! in their preas room, eured of violent Scrofula, com bined with Rheumatism, which entirely disabled bint from work. Two bottles of Carters Spanish Mixture made n perfect cure of him, and the Edi tors in a public notice, say they "cheerfully recom mend it to all who are afflicted with any disetse oi the blood " STILL ANOTHER CURE Of SCROFULA.?I had a verrvaluable boy cured of Scrofula by Caiter's Spanish Mixture. 1 consider it truly a valuable medicine. JAMES M. TAYLOR, Conductor on the SL J. and P. R. R. Oo- Richmond. Ya. SALT RHEUM Of TWENTY YEARS STANDING CURED Mr. JOHN THOMPSON, residing in the elty of Richmond, was curea by three bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture of 8alt Rheum, which be had for nearly to?ty years, and which all the physicians of the stty eculd not cure. Mr. -Thompeon is a well knows Mmhant in the city of Richmondf and his la mstf4 ffMBarkable. WS. E. MATTHEWS, of Richmord had a servant eured Ot Swphilis, in the worst form, by Garter's Bpanish Mixture. He says he cheerfully recom mends it, and considera it a very invaluaole medi cine. EDWIN BURTON, commissioner oi the revenue, says he has seen the good effeots of Garter's Ppariah Mixture in a number of SyphiHtie eases, and aay a it Is a perfect eure tor that horrible disease. WM. ?. HARWOOD, ef Richmond, eared of old Sores aad Uleers, which disabled him frwm walking. Took a flaw bottles of Carter*a Spanish Mixture, and was eaaMed to walk without a crutch, in a shar! time permanently cured. Principal Depots at M WAED, CLOSE ft 0?? No. 88 Maiden Lane, New York. T. W. DYOTT * SONS, No. 181 North Seoond at. Philadelphia. BENNETT A BEERS, No. IX Main street, Rich cod. Ya. And for aala by CHARLES 8TOTT, Washington, D. 0; HENRY ?EI , Alexandria, and by brugg;#u "TSiip'jw bottle,or six bottles fo* %Si ?r ti?Vv BMOIKft OF THE 6oONT?.s? OF BLEE. 1 KA VFXKJC8' MKU TOKI ro H rime betweon %Wa?hin*toii tad Whociiaf bat 17# boon! liwining tirn* bttwtrn W&thinfton amd Ctnetnn*: t 27 kourt !! Through Tickets and Baggage Checks to be had in Washington !!! THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD AVISO greatly impr>vr<1 it* Western connec tion* now offers the ftille^t indHftwiHi lo travelers between Wa-hington, Baltimore, and nil portions of the W*4, tbe Northwest and I be Soath wwt Tbe connection between tbe trains from Wash ington and the train* l> -and went from Baltimore m always promptly made at tbe Washington Junction (Ittejy called the Belay Hou?e) 9 miics froa Balti more. This i?the only change of can required be wene Wfdiington and tbe Ohio .iver. H >?g*ge la checked through to Wneeltng at the W.??LingUNi ?uunn, and r. checked and u<iii?ferred lb? te (aitb he |ia?i agrrr) wrtbout charge, for those iwlding through tick? Is lor point* bey mid. Tbe conrn < ung irain- Uave Waahinrton daily at 0 a. m. and 4^ p. q. (>n Sundays at tbe latixr hour only. ? At Wheeling <ttr?c4 ewwcfiwi is made with the irams of tbe CENTRAL OHIO RAILROAD, run nuif from Bellairc on tbe Ohio, near Wh< eUig, ihrourh Cambridge, Z.mesville and Newark, to COLUMBUS. The?e uain? connect at Newark with the cats of the Newark. Mansfield an I Sandus ley Railroad tor Sandusky, Tokd'i, Detroit, Chicago St. Louis, etc. At Colombo* tbe C. O. Railroad trains connect with tbe fast trains of the Little Miami Railromd to Xenia, CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, etc. At Xenia (on Little Mntni Ralbnad) connection ta .'onaed with the trains through Dayton,to INDIAN APOLIS, Terre Haute, Lafayette, Chicago, Rock Island, St. Lou*, etc. *4- Pa**en*ers holding through tickets lor Mem phi* Ficfcsftwrg, KcUktt, Srtc Or lean*. etc.. which an- also sold at Washington-arc transferred nt Cin cinnati to the Mail Steauit r? on the Ohio. Tickets tor EvLRtvilSe, Cairo, and St. Louis arc eold by this ronte. ?#>FOR CLEVELAND, and via Cleveland to T iled-', Detroit, Chicago, ctc., tickets are sold, whea the OIiio is navigable between Wheeling and WeHsv.lie (forty miles) where a connection with ;hc Cleveland aid Pittsburg Railroad is made. Traveller* are reques ed to notice that wkile this is the onl> route aflording through tickets and check* tu Washington, it i* aleo the shortest, mo*t ?pee"y, and direct to nearly all the leading po.nts in 'be threat West. The distance fr m Washington to Cin cinnati is but (&J miles, being about 100 miles short er than bv any other route I FARE BY THROUGH TICKET PROM WASH INGTON: To Wheeling, f.t 50; Columbus #13 85; Dayton. ?15 50 ; Cincinnati, ?18 ; Louisvil'e. by railroad ?1865, by Earner irom < incinnati, $18; In dianapolis, .?IT 50; Cleveland, f 12 15; Toledo. $15 80: D-Uoit. $15 30; Chicago. jrJti C5 and $19 50; St. Louie, OQ8 50 and Memphis, $20, New Or leans, $31, eic. g?- r OR FREDERirK and HARPER'S FERRY MARTINSBUBG, BERKELEY STRINGS, CUM BERLAND, BEDf ORD SPRl YGS, Piedmont, Oak land, and Fairmount, pa-^i-nger* may leave Waab ington at 6 a m or 4>$ p. m. For the n.inor way station- between l aitmi'-rc and Wheeling, take 0' a ai train from Washington. For trains to and from Baltimore, Annapolis, tic., see special advertisements. A^-Por further information, thrugh tickets, Ac., apply lo THOS. II. PARS'INS; 4g nt, at Washing ton Station. JOHN H. DONE, Master of Transportation Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Baltimore, may 3?tf WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. CHANGE OF HOURS. ON and after Moutlay, the 23d instant, tbe train* will Leave Washington at 6 and 8% a m.,*nd 3 and ^pm < ?n Sunday at 4^ p m Leave Baltimore at 4 if ar.d 9* a m. and 3 and 5* p m On Sunday at a m. ap 23? tf T. H. PARSONS. Agent. Mott Bedell's Line. SEW YORA'. ALEXANDRIA. WASHINGTON CITY, ASD LI STRICT OF COLUMBIA FJiCKETS. This line <>f packets sails weekly from pier 14 Ea.<t River, New York.and oftener if necessary, and are composed of the .j!k>wing first rla.*s vewls: >ew schr. *f. F. Bedell, Bedell, master. New schr. Mott Bidell, A. V. Tredwell. Scbr. Ann D., Wm. Oliver, master. Sch'-. r+>lant, L. A. Smith, master. Schr. Com ma ruler in-Chief, Wog!jm. masttr. Schr. Greemeoy. Wil.-on, master. These venels ar* all ;'a>a wiil rs, and tbe masters men of experience in the trade, end ibe only regu !ar line of Washington Citv packet*. MOTT BEliELL. Wall street, N. Y. S. 8. MASTERS h. SONS, m Alexandria, Va. THOMAS RILEY, feb 1?6m Washington and D. C. OftAHGS AHD ALEXA5DBIA RAILROAD. On and after Trzsday, Nov. 7, 1854, rIlflE Citfa :eavA Alexandria i?:".y for Oordo L Tills sc4 ictena?di?t? tt&Ucar at o'clock, a 12., on the arrival of tb9 boat f-oia Waehtn^n, givlc?aKp!e time for breakfast on beard Cod> nee'.ing at Mtnyw Junction with a traial. r 9tn? barg, at WarreVon Ju ction with a train fx War rentes, and at Gordc.miTllle wkb th? trains on the Virginia C-utral Re'-rcal frr R:cLiijcil, Cbaikt;?* vllle, and ttaunrrn. Ths care ieeve Ocrt^nrrHie dallr for A'exendrla and lnierxaediat* stations, at befnra 11, a. m., en the arrival of tbe trains oi the Virginia Central rail* read froa Richmond, Ch arlotteevill*. and Stasntom. TRR0UUZ1 TICEJkTB froa Alciasdria to W?rrenu c..?~.. $2 00 u ** Gor>ioiigvi]le..?.M....... 8 M ?i " CLarlottflSville 4 Sft - ** 8tatrntr*i { 00 M ?* SUasbnr^ S 60 " w Lytchturg 07k - ? \7inch*s:er I M a m T nrav A 9S k UI?T mhonimhmmhmi * ^ ? M NewL'irkft ^?00 - u Mtd<llebcr| S 2ft For Lynchbarg, ecnue^ting with the stages at CharlcitefrUle, oa Ilocdays, Wedneedays, and FrV 'lays. for Lara; and Kcw Market, eoaneeting with ths 9 age* at Cuipoper, cn Toeedays, Tharadaya, and Sat urday. For Winchester dully, ooanectljig with the itas?t at Piedmont Fcr Mlddk-burg daily, ?ntectiag with th? vtagea at tbe Plaint. Fat order: W. B. BKOCUTT, Agent, nev T?iitf FOR MOUNT VERNON. On f UKSDAYS and FRIDAYS. Far* round trip $1; from Alez> andri.i Tft cbd^ ?The THOMAS OOI.LYIR laavei Waeblnjton at 9 and Alazandria at 9U o'clock. Ceacli^s lftav* the Capitol for tka boat nt 8 % o'clk. Coach fare *0 oenta. Persoas winhing the Coaches will Isara tv.elr re4 danoc with Geo. a Thoa. Parker. Retre^haects on tha boat Oct 38-4tf BAM'L GKDNVY, Capt TOR IKW YORK * LIVKRPOOL UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. rn HHPS ODMrEIf lKQ THIS LLNl ARJ TH?? ATLANTIC, Capt. Waet PACIFIC, daft. Nya, BALT10, Oapt. Oemstock, ADRIATIC, Capt Orattoa. These ships have bean built by contract, express ly for Government service; every cars has baea taken in their construction, aa in tbe Kngtnas to Ineera strength and speed, and their aooommoda> tionr for pa?aengera are unequalled for and comfort. Price of paaaage from New York to IiTsrpoel, in ftret cabin. ?? , ? ,.T ?? ? ? ????*??????nnn aaaaas ????* Saoowd Cabin m?h???*??? ? mi?>??!??? ? e e e e a e ********* ?zcloalve um of extra sise state rooms o0? From Liverpool to New York ?30 and ?20. An experienced surgeon attached to each shlf> No berth can be secured until paid for. for freight or passage apply to ftfiWABD K. OOLLIN8 * OO., U Wall atreet, Nev York. BROWN, fc HIP LIT A 00, Liverpool. ?. G. ROBKRTB A CO , 18 King's Anna Tard, JOHN MUNROI A 00. 38 Rue Notre Dame dea Ti tcirea, I GEO. 1L DRAPKR, Ilavre. The owner* of th*?e ahlpe will not be aeeoentabw lor gold, aiiver, bullion, epvje, jewelry, procionj atnMa or metals, unless bills of lading are signai jr. and the value thmraoftherein expressed- . Ift?41v k BilCKQ B0U8K 07 FAIR0 ft H0UR8* Opr*mt* Vmitmd StcJei TVwssry. 1ONDS, Stocks and other aeewMMa ywpckaae4 J and sold. Interfc?t at the rate of six pee coat per aneum *1 lowed on depoails wtoOO ieft (or H ftOM Of )anJK-?a? B

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