Newspaper of Evening Star, June 5, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated June 5, 1855 Page 4
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1 NT? ST \ AH EPIC or TEE 8TAEET HEAVENS. The following lisM are extracted from a poem with the above title, which purports to have been written from the dictation of Thos. L Harris, * ' medium," while in a trance: ?'Strangely u looks to me to s?-e fr>m far The planet Earth like aay other star' * ?nc? iu round ?idei seemed IudiU??; bui now ItF diec is like an apple on a bough. All siae it relative, and God alone Kiioweih the actual value of ea h one Ot !ht bright globes that in the ether swim And worlds, because of men, art- dear to him. "1 often used to wish at eventide ? were a spirit freed and glorified. Wandering through 'r-ckleas rther at my will, And when planet Mars shoae bright and still, I hailed its raddv flame, and wished I were Mid-t its unvisioned realms a wanderer. Oh, strange transition! I have left that spark, That Earth where I was horn, so dim and dark, And water free as any viewless wind '? O God ! thy goodness everywhere I find The space nan thinks devoid of life is all. One high celestial ball, Thronirod by the deathless spirits of the free, Members of one sublime Humanity." Adticb to Yocng L.ADIK3.?Clandes tine courtships are not only dishonorable and uncertain as to their results, but a base fraud upon the confidence of parents. They are in all aspects disceditable, because, however pure or sincere, the concealment implies a doubt of the integ rity of one of the parties. EitheYthe man is ashamed of the woman, or the woman, is ashamed of the man, or some body interested is ashamed of one or the other of them, or they design to deceive confiding jiarents or gurrdians ; but look at it in any way or light, the proceeding is disreputable. The young woman com pi >mises her reputation?for 44 people will talk," scandal wili originate, and society, detesting secrecy in aftair3 of the heart, is prone to be censorious ; and the man, if not restrained by some purity of principles, is ever ready to regard the woman with suspicion, at least. They think, with Brabantio, that if a girl de ceives her parents, she will deceive others also. So, girls, have a care that in at tempting to deceive others, you are not yourselves deceived. Woed Twisting.?The oldest hus bandry we know, is when a man in clo ver marries a woman in weeds. Remorse is the tight boot that pinches the sole. The bread of repentance we eat is, in many instances, made of the wild oats wo sow in our youth. MOVEMENTS OF OOEAN STEAMER* Namt. ? Lean Fvr Dots. Ba'tic New York?Liverpool....Mav 30 Pacific Liverpool ...New York....May 19 Nn-th Star? Havre ...New York...Mav 59 Washington Bremen New Yo'k.. May 123 Africa .Liverpool....Boston May *26 0U~ The California steamers leave New Yo.-k on U e 5th ?0th ?i each moots. ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS. Jfattonal Hotel -t. t?. waus; D Jacque*. !?!d A J B? e?ide. Pa W I) Terry, Va T I K? iiy, 111 J C Gonsulni, La G H V?T?nee, SC P 8 Fnce, Md C A Newton, DC Hi iii Dorsey, Md J H Gaee, Nil 8 Brent, Md 8 8 Maudox, do j Wells, NY J T Pratt, Ct 8 N Hal , do R S Clark, NY O Bowie, Mi B 8 Whtlan, Ala F M Hal*- & family, Md H Wilson a son, Va Mrs A A Wilson, do W Prince, UC W A Salden a family R H DuvaiI, Md C Digge*. do 8 R Lipptncott, NJ A Lippineott, do J W Tyler, O V de D Vagades a sou E P Bramerd. O J R Pendleton, MJ L R itisboj., NY W Chn-tie'd, do II C King, Ky P Marcy, Pa C W Carri*an,do W N lennincs, do T A Miller, do II Woodins, DC M Prindlc, do F H Cone, Ga Dr Henry, Fla J Hill, Ga G W Carries, La J H Campbell. Md G C Winchester, Mass II Pester, do B Horbach, Md 8 M Swensnn, Tex J J Armstrong, Md Col Hambletoo, do D Irving, NY J P Pirs on, NY J 8 McGariand, Pa L V Oliver J H Tucker, Md W A Padirett, do T Taylor, co J Stokes, Tenn N 8 Brown, do Brow ??* Hatel?t r. a *. bkow*. Md m Va R H Jenkins, Pa A W Worth, do L W Gurther. 1 E A Stands, Va H L Galiaber. do B H Berry, do F I. Broc?ett, do H Dills a son, E J Armstrong, C Gondys. > Y J 8 Magraih, Va W 'ounston, do B Little. Teas P H Marburv, do C Mo..-, NY H M > ufffes#, III W R> ilinfer, NY R E hangs, Md P Dodge a ladv, Ma? Mis* Dodze, do W Larc.ister a servant. Me Dr Pendleton, Va J W Brewster. Ill H A Jones, Md Mrs Jone?, do J *\ Grey, Va J L Thomas, La F A Evan', do W A Lumpkin a family, do Miss 8 Smith, do Mrs L Thompson, do R J Smith, do W T Nichols, Va O A KirkUJd. Md W P Adrron, do W P Unorwnod, Mass W H Goo win, Va J II Bowie a lady, NY J B Champion and lady, Pa P R 8trow. NY M Cohen, Md J E Marshall. Pa A D Crool, NY L Bailey, Md M P Howe, Mus 'llardt' ISO'%1?n. i. a j. c. wiliahb. .1 R Watrons, NY Mi-* U=>Oli, d< W H Wall J A Sewple. IS V J G V\ ithersbee. NY L P Pew, do 8 L Ilavs, jr W R Gardner. Ga DE Silkies, NY A J A)ocha, do II Foster. N H vV W Tufts, NY C II Thompson, Pa J M K irkpatriek, do Purser SsupU*, USN ' apt Ryther, DC C A !'a k; rd, de P L Mar?; Va H Denny, Pa C C Hudson, N P M Bitler, SC A H Cole, FU Hon L M Kennett, Mo N N Falls, Md Dr Hitchcock, Cal Maj Deane a lady, SC J Dunlop a lady, Va Hon A Packer, Pa Capt Gage, NH A Coolidge, Mat T M Lemns, Cuba F Sorter?, do J Mlnot, Va Vlik^Aftd (lomi?-j. b. a a. UlEWout L 11 Van Doren, NY J C Clark, DC W R ?'hae, Va E B Pr? ttymsn, Md A J Ream, do A J Lewis, do A Pike, -\rk E A Pretty nan, Va C B Young, DC J Stanly a lady, Ct D Hire R Southron. NY W T Mason. O Dr Hodges. Md G R Conley, Mas? K Cuamiskey, Md J C Greta, do II C Dixon, Pa J Brown, Mass Z B Ilea!I, Md F M Bowie, do VV F Berry, do P Bowie, do J E Bowie, do M Turn, r, do J Sransberry, du AJarboe, do <; T Bowman, Mass G R Stfnmes, NJ A J Richards, Va W B ?tialkley and wife, V? W L Montague, jr, Md 'n!ted Statei Hotel??. c. hacdit. A D Campbell, NY J Trumbull, ct J A A geli a. lady, NY CI H I'urtisa, do (i W CurUas, Va M M rii?*uip?on, Mich C W Davu. DC Li F C Lewis, Va Capt B T Taylor, NY C 0 Griffin, do J J Lewie J H Marshall, Va Mies J E Masters, do Miss C Masters, do naaiioe lloaee, a Niwron, 11 Johnson, DC C Hasfeins, do Mr* Steven-oo, Va Miss Stevensoo, du Miss YounCt do N P Benni*. son k ser vant, do J U CaiJaiier, do ?" A KirkJaiid. Md F MeMuther, Va W t Polk a lady, iJri *li?a MMimU, do J Bricga^do R Polk, do J FallstalT J D Onslow, NC ii Sjmines, Ct A B Ricbard.- and faraily, NY f' W Howell a lady, Pa W H Tyle, Va D F Lewis, do B Pei.brooke, do M M Morrow, do 1 M Johnston, Ky C T Thnmpsou, Fla L Correll, p* T Trotter, La AUiandrU, Va. PROPK1ITOR. VV P Pouder, Md Dr Walton, Va Dr Kirk, do T B Alexander, do Capt Turner a lady, Md A 8 Gray, Ve J A Fairbanks and lady, Md J Fairbanks, do W P Aadieoo, do R J Uteudy. Va Miss Eli a?oii Dei Miss A L Polk, do wwiiwo* mn nsnp.iiT.rHV, S. K. rornm of Pa- ar. and Eltv.rUk itrtet. Sole Agency for CHILTON, GOULD & CO.'S Warming and Ventilating Apparatus, M. POND fc CO.'S vol Bo?ton) Unitn Doahlf-Ovfn rooking Range, J. L. MOTT'S (of New York) INVINCIBLE DOUBLE-OVEN R*NGE. Constantly on hand, and r- chiving LATROBE I STOVES, for heating iw:; stories; Parlor ami Cham i; ber GRATES, Enamel ed and Japanned Cooking, f Hall, Parlor, Chamber and Dining Room S ' OVES; ? Plain, Tinned and Enamelled Iron HOLLOW ^ WARE; Bloek Tin, Planished and Japanned WARE in irrf at varietv. All of which will be sold at the lowest possible rates, that will compare favont ly with any EsraU liabment *outh of New York. An examination of my stock ts earnestly solicited ap l.'i?3m J\S SKIRVLVG DENTISTRY. DR. MUNSON respectfully calls public attention to hi* new. patent, and GREATLY IMPROVED method of setiine Artificial^ Teeth, wivh Continuous Gum -the very PERFECTION OF THE ART. This style ofTeeth ha?the following advantages over all others, vir,: GRE\T STRENGTH, CLEANLINESS. COM FORT, and BEAUTY, vieing with Nature in these respects, and in some oth'Ts excelling. Public in ?pe?tion is respectfully solicited. Please call and see specimens. CAUTION.?No other Dentist in the District of j Columbia has a right to make this style of Te?*th. N. R.?Teeth constitutionally healthy, plugged and wnrranted for life. Office and bouse at No. 5498 E >treet, near the corner of Pennsylvania avenue and 14th street. ap *24?tf FOR POOR AND LABORING MEN. O MALL BUILDING LOTS of 10 feet wmor.-, t O tar^ae v,-r*3 c? the City. ?n<5 C-cr^jtovn. r i-'? ;ri? W > ?--r to r:i" LI/?Y?> i 00 3l!l!.i)SMU ?TOB ?, "f'T sa>, JsH?erf i;lo at the Canal, nr Wharv;,- ? 9f. M tea r- rg? ?n - llltxaadiia. U.O'ID i CO ; Vr' r itl, n**.* t ?:*-! NEW POLKA. T^HE CHEVY CHASE POLKA, composed for an J de-iicated t Miss Sally D. Bradley, by J. D. Saunders, Esq., of this city, whose compilations have always met with such great public favor. The merits ot the piece are such as will introduce it among all lovers of music. Price 35 ccnts. Just published and for sale by hilbus & hrrz. The President's Vounted Guard Quickstep, com gut&d by tbe accomplished Pianist, Mr. Robert Hei t?r, will appear in a few days may IS DRrfHEODrH ANSxMAN Keei*- nis office hours from '12111 to ten o'clock a.m. No. 505 Seventh Odd fellows Hall. may 23?lm* WILLARD'S HOTEL, Old Point Comfort, V*. Inns SPLENuiD SEA-SHORE HOUSE IS NOW OPEN. Board per day 00 Board by the week, per day 1 50 Board by the month, per day 1 95 Baths free for the guests may 10?lm t:. C. W1LLARI? h BRO SILVER WA'1E| PLATED WAH& C ANHFIMK g*A\Clr C2f*t>PS.?Silver C^fee and Tea Sets, Sugar Bowls, Cream Juys, G ??'?lets, Cups, Spoon* and Forks. Also, a great variety of magnificent Fancy Silver Ware, suitable for presents. Plated Coffee Stts, Ca>tors, Baskets. Spoons taid Forks, on best Albata. The articles are warranted as represented, and will be sold at a small advance. H. SEMKEN. 330 Pa. r,venue, bet 9th and 10th 8tTcet~. mar 29 - tf FISCHER'S BAND FULLY ORGAN-1 IZLD. j HAVING now completed nil my ?rrangemeiit- { for a first rate Rr.ASS and COTILLON j BAND. ! am again at the service of the public t.? J attend Excursion P.srties, Exhibit ons, Taradc-, Pic j Nies, Balls, and Serenades. All t'iOrc iu favor of a ' citizen's band are respectfully invited to encourage j our en erprise, here in Washington City. P FISCHER, Leader. ' P S.?This Band, under my direction, i- regular)., uniformed, and from a practice over t-ven:y years I can give -atisfactKMi to every r>ne. Residence, Pa. avenue, north side, bet. Skh and 10?n streets Urst door w- st of Iron Hall. Ord??r? left with Messrs Htibu* fc H tz punctua'ly UMM t:>. may 14?lm* Private Medical "rsatio* ox r&i P3Y?I0L0G1Ca^ VlfcW y)S UAH SI 405 BT * X. B LA CllOII. ?. t>,, AL3ANY, X Y 560 1and ISO Sine P'xis and 09'cr?*2 Lltbr aul Piat??. A#- Prl?? o*!? h> C*?ti UTemt fr?? :?' po:^-'1 perw of the rTuion-^B? Cii^APBrr RCOR EYEP PUHLiI^TTLD, *iid ccnitiiung s?arly d able the ?;a*ntity c reviliir nmtter In ?f tb* '\nY ck\ts on PUBLICATION? Tt tr??.t? on the l'HFSi0i.i> QY GY M ARR1AGK, and tbf se-rst I ? nrmitie.iacd dfcor'>; cf >(Uth *nd mstur fj, re ?ulting from -xc?.cer., destroy the physic*! ir J r*.'':: t*' powerc, wi'h obserTtf r.ns eanirrltr-, its dutlen and dLsqualifl^ticEP, -iad tbe^r zemtr-x?s; wtt'? ll'hc^rmph , illuRtratir.^ the anatomy and p^yjic^rjy, and disea*?s of tl? r? ?ro lu-rtlre org?nj? of botr r?xra, t^e'r structur-, ijsv ac TTtuctiona. A pcpai*r ^npnlKcsre tr??. i?n :he duties and casual"- t f sintl^ and tiar ried life?' at py cad frc'V?1 ? "sx.w, mode cf s* ?i. th"?2 -infe-'jKt iF <*.d tnle?'tJI^ tmes?Uvh ani rcn i t*1 ? ^r^.tsint hi^tn t.? t><.<t *nfceinvi? jn^ t?-* ? av. tiwt will cvero -^ie ofe InttoM to it; k.r>.e kietrc. AnU 'ate 1 ? ;?j porian'. e'ep Cltt ite pasr:,-^| S0SM8*ct*r'.e4 v~> U:e oi6?s.-es*ul uicl;c?i ti*?t!?;ent o: feraaies frri^. ? ?lianrr to o': ea?b cap.*, k%l*f i!!"5tr*a<: b> b^.uitfu: !'?!; ^raoiiic platee ? net vopr debility, Its causes Mid carr, by s pr?er? ti -ace !to, and that iailcr^ is fatpcartble?rolee for daily innaaij-aiect?an e:-c .y ?>o (ip--rai.j.'.jrrbTa *itt j.rr.ctv^u cnperrations or e safer, aad n ^re .^fui code of fr*?r3ianr?pre ^uticiu-rv i'ictu ct th4 *?!!s : e?'jJtin? tVora *rapiri pr*raw?in ?- jy ' n ?l! dtseaw* arising ??m hidir.-reiioa, v.Ji j.'aia ani.t elmpla rtJea by ?hlch #11 p.- b eaa rare hem , nitb. ut niercnry? ; th'Mo a#:l" iaijeri^ aui di?*? f jiniei hopcr o-i r'jr'unatel/ pravaleat La iii? rjung. It is a tmthful aitieei :o the ^trr'.-d ano noaa coat?Eip!atiag ria.*riai?. Ita parcsal is par t:rolarl7 raoom oeiided to perrsns eatortainJ'jjr se :ret douLL3 ot their pliyt-ic.ii tOTi<iltian, and ?>li i art ntuxiacns cf bavia^ aaaar^i tart b?altii, htpcin?s; and privi'egrsa ?c vhict. every atu?%!> beiij-; li en* CUed to. Price :>&a*Bta per eopy, ot firs c. ;-i*3 f\ t out dol lar. Mailri lYee CI io^age to wnj fart el iie Uni ted fi'-ater. A. lU-OrMS w:;c prefe: Lixy conflict ??; Lt Caca ?pon any of air dl -><??? upon vhlch hL? Loak Let^U either -n?u*;.y or by tu&li. ftfediciLe *eat to any pwt tt? Ua:on :*c.-rdln2 to direct*caa, uielj t *ek*l ana carefnU7 ?e?Jred from all observMi' n. Dr. 'A. li. La C&0UtNo.21Lunt, cr f'^et r See Box b!9, Albaar S. Y. WW Of 'tt ot>eu iaily from 2 a -& to 6 p sn. aad on ?anday frw: ? an;11 6 pm. *#? vn^ce iltMovad frota :ic. '? lier.ver 6t-, tt>Sl Maldta. Lia?< A:baL>, X. Y. ?tec ' H FINE WATCHES. AV1NG made a considerable addiLjn to my stock of wold norrise patent levers, and ladies' watches Of flr?i quality, h?*uvy 18 caratf case>. Alao. SILVER WATCHES for boys. I offer them at erectly reduced prices. The movement* are selected with peat care, and every Watch is ?wtan/er*. Persons in want ?f a fine timekeeper are invited tii examine my assortment. II SEMKEN, No. SSO Pa. avenm-, betw. 9tli and Mnh sta. mar ;*> THS MUTUAL FIHh. ISSOit 1NCI CO MP A NY or THK i I8TBICT OF COLUMBIA, (CHARTERED by Congress, effers to the probity j owners of the District saier and cheaper means of insurance than any other Company. ULYSSES WARD, President. CHAS. WILSON, Secretary. MATHEW G. EMERY, Treasurer. liRASEU. Ulysses Ward John Van Riswick TT?oroas Blagden P. W. Browning F. Howard, Mathew G. Emery. J. C. MeKeldeu. office, Columbia Place, cormr LnuiaiaBa avenue and 7th street. Office hours from 'J to 6 o'clock p.m. feb -J6 HAIR WORK. OUNAMEN'l'ri of Hair, such as Itraceieta, I'liat elaina, Chains, llr<-a?pius, Earrings, Fui|(?r R"'*s, made t?> order, ot any desired design. All orders faithfully aitMi<t?<t to. dpticinieiis may b? ???mi at my store. H. N<?. 330 I'a. av., b?iwe?n ?Ui and 10?h sts. Mu 3U UNITED 8TATBS MAIL. Po?T Omo? Dh-ahhih, M^y ltf, 1834. -piU)K>3AL8 tor aarrying *he mails of the Unlt?<d ^ daJ 01 Jul7' 18w- * toe Joth dty ot Jane, ISM. Inciui>r?, !? the Itttu ?f H CARCjIIWA, PL 'RIDA, ltd ALABAMA, will b? mvj'.Ted at tbe Contract OO e of th* Post Office Department In the city of Wash irgt-in. antil S p. m..of the llth of Jun?, 1865, be decided by tbe 19th Jare, 1865, on the routei and in the times herein specified. VIRGINIA. 4953 Tr<m Petersburg, by TempJeon, Havklnv v'lle, Iittleton, Farraer'f- OroTe, and A**v moonick, to Jeruaaleji, 46 mile* and back, twic? a weak. Leave Petersburg every Wednesday and Satur day at 0 a m A rrive at Jerusslem same days by 0 p m Leave Jerusal >m every Tue day and Friday at 8am Arrive at Petersburg same deys by 0 p m s leave Jerusalem Monday and Thurtday *1U be considered 5216 From Petersburg, by Union Grave, Nawville, Black Water Gr>-en l*vel, Bai evsbur', Ber lin, Vicksville, and Bower's, to Franklia P?pot. 50 miles ai?d back twioe a week. L-'.re Petersburg every Wednes ay and Satur day at 6 a m Arrive rt Fianklin Depot next lays by 12 m Leave Franklin D*p">t every Monday andThcrs day at 1 p m Arrive at Petersburg next days by 7 p m Proposal* to embrace FaisonvilU are invited Also propolis to end route at Bower's or Je rusaisn. or make any other change that tbe postmasters ob the rotite may recommend as being advantageou? 5217 From Warrenton, by Warretton Springs a'd J* ffersr.nton, to Oak 8htde,14 miles aDd back, twice a week. Leave Warrentcn every Monday and Friday at !0am Arrive at Oak -hade satns days by 1^ p m L aTe Oak Shade every Monday ar.d Friday at 2pm Arrive at Warrenton same darn by 5V$ pm Pr po#aU for f >ur additional weakly trips to Warrenton Spr!ngs and buck, during the wa tering season?pay 1st July to lat October ea?h yeir?are invited Proposals for a third weekly ttip on the whole route, the year round, wi 1 also b* considered NORTH CAROLINA. f71i From Hi l?bcro', by Chap-*. Hill and Moiings ville, to Morrissvil-e, 30 mil's and back, i ix times ww?k L-aTe Hil>boro' daily, ex-ept Sunday, at 5 a la Arriv a-. Cnap?! Hiil ame day by Sam LeaveChsriel Hill da:.l*, except Minday, at 1 em Arrive at Morri-oviJl fame day by bam Leave Morrissville daily, except Sunday, at 7 a m Arrive it Cbap>l Uill ssme day by 11 am L?ave Cha: el Hiil daily, except 8uaday, at 4 am Arrive at Morrr svi'le same day by 6 a a These hours or dep >rture? and arrival's to be changed r*s may be nensrary to secure close connex.ons *t all t:m>9 ^ith th* railroad f-cheiule at Morri svii e and Hi Isborc'. I 5C12 From HiLVbcro*. cr the ""rmims of tbe { read, by Green Spriag, Mason Ha 1, Graham, Boon's S'atioH, and Allemance to Greensbo ro*, 42 mles and ba?k, daily Leave Hil rboro', or railroad, daily on srdval of the rare, say at 9 a m Arrive at ^r^-ectbo^o, s- m? day by 5p m | L-ave Greensboro' on arrival ot mail from Lex ington, say at 7 p ni Arrive at Hi'laboro" or railroad, next day by 4 a m FLOKTDA. 8S53 From Pensacnla, by Floridatown, toMiitoD, 30 m.l?s and back, six ttm a a we*k le?ve Pensstc^lt daily, except Hunday, at 5 a m Arrive at Mitr n t-sme day by 12 m l^ave Milton daily, except ^uaday, at 1 p m Arrive at Pmsacols same day by 8 p m ALABAMA. 7189 From Op-Hka, by Chambers C II, Milltown, L nina, We^d'wee, itockaie and Oakfusky, to J2rk?or.vil!e, 100 m les ard back, ttree times a we k, in two-horse eoacbes Lf av>< Op-iiria Monday, Wfdn??sd9y and Friday at 1 p m Arnv> a'. Jacksonville next days bv 11 m Leave Jucks .nville Tue day,Thurrday and 8^t urisy Ht 1pm Arrive at Opelika nest d%ys by 12 m Propoaais for f^cr-horaa ocach sarvioe will be consi'ered. INSTRUCTIONS. F^rtn of a proposal tohr't no change from cuiryrtut Kent it contt'.iplate& by the Udder. '? . of . eouaty of gtato of ???, propo?><) to convey the mails from Ju;y 1 1865, to June 30,1859, on route No?, trm - ? agrecal-ly to the nd r^rtisement of the Prstmaster Oe-??ral, dated May li, lc6i, and by the | f( llowing m de of oonv yauoe, via: the fcitcuai sum of colUrd. This prcpcs.%1 i* male with full knowledge of the distance o :h- rou*?-. the weight ot the mail to be cani -d, and a!l ether particulars in reference to the r- ite and servi.and also after full examination of the instrurtions and requir?mer.te attached to I the advertisement. | J Signed.] I%rm of r. Guarantee. The UDdersigned, residing at , State of u: dert&ke th\t, if th fcregoinir bid for carrying th^ mail* on route No. be a <vp ei by the P-> tm^s ttr General, tb?? bidder shall, prior to the 1st day cf .f'jly, 1 ^55, or as -o-n as inav be, enter into tbe required obli^atim to perform the service proposed. "?iih g od and i-offlcieot sureties. This we do witii a ful knowledge of the obliga tion* and lia bilities assumed by guarantors und-r th? 27th Mctiou cf the act of Cutigress of July 0 1886 ' Dated [Signed bv two guarantors.] Frrm of Certificate. The undersigned, po imxs'^r of ? State of- ?. certifies und- r hi oath or office, that he is aequain'ed with the ab ;ve guarantors, and knows th.m to be m?n of pr. perty, and able to mak? <rood their tfuaran'y. v^,, . 1 filled.] fur fullnr instructions, with condition, to be em brace in therontrncts,aee the general advertisem?nt for mail prop>g?le in th; Southern States, dated January 12 l?6j. JAMES CAMPPBLL, B4,r ?law4w ^ Poatmaster General % U???d 6tatt? Pat?iu Offlc7 ~ SL Washwoton. May 19 1*66. j As tLe petition of Km:ly C I'cluias, almi btra \_J t'ix cf the e?tati- ? i'L^wia Pullman, doc*a*ed | late of Albion, N?w York, praying for the extension of a patent grants to the ai t Lewis Pul 'man on thn 2t??t of August, 1841, for an improvement Id 4 macbin-s 'or ;em >vlng buildiDgs," tor seven years from the expiration of said patent, which takes place on the 21st day of August, eighteen hundred | and fifty fi^o : It i? ordered, that the said petition be heard at the Patent Office on Monday, the fith day of August next, at 12 o'clock, m.,and all persons are notified to appear and show cause, if any tLey have, why 6aid petition ought not to be granted. Person- opposing the extension are required to file in the PatentOfficetheir objections, specially set forth in writing, at least twenty days before the day ot bearing; all testimony filed by either party to be used at the Mud hearing must be taken anJ transmitted In accordance with tl^rulesof thibUfflce, which will be !urnished on appliaAtion. ?7!>"}Vt\zn",iy ln Vie <?** wil1 ?>? closed on the * - u*"i depositions, and other papers relied on as estizncuy, 111 u.-t be filed in the f.ffice on or before the morning of that day; the argument*, if any within ten days thereafter. Ordered, a: so, tUt this notice be published In the Lnlon, Intelligencer, and Evening Kt&r, Was^incr ' n< D O-; Daily R-pub-ioan, lu:timor?, M^PenJ *y:vanian, PLdad?Iphia, Pa.; Scientific Ama! icau. New York; and Poet, lioeton, Mass , onoe h week for thre< successive weeks, previeus to the ?i.h day of Augun next, tht tjay of bearina *h*kleh mason,' n ... Commissioner of Pab nU. r. 6.?rAitowsotthe abf>ve papers will and *end th^r bHlstO the Patent Office, with a pap? aontain.ngthU notice may'^j?Tu3^ [No. MB. j N?\t^ynm/H<MiahSl'nt o/un 'Amount Land Office tn tke State of Wiscotwh. I ^'^Vbruarv -m '1 Hr*' HCl .?f, ^n-r?-'??, approval ?. y 1 entitled 4<An act fo p?Lihli>h an additional land di-Mct ^ o,,. ytulfc of Wisoon sin, embracing ali thai part ot ttie present Wit low R.veb district lying north oft,* line tow t7 to'Te cXd"fh,l,Fy"?ne {0tf0anh correction line,) to be called the Fond db Lac district, it u hereby SSiSaS: k,n?Wr' !h,at lh? '?n?J for saia aisutct has been located for the present bv th* " *>***??< _ . . JOHN WILSON. ?P 30-I^w'"~<>n" "fG"u'aJ L? I 0*he A CARD?LOOK HERE ! A ?? ">?* ?fe. ??d a x we will teli you where you may obtain at lenat some Of Uteiii. Thanklu! for p?t ,r?vo? I JiX re,pecttnlly a^k a continuance of the "ame .^r! J this Spring and Summer. I am im Dim d to fnrniah 'AtSxE C'KS: IT- Jf?S. Szit&ssz Particular attention will be paid to furnishini Wedding or Bride's Cakea. Also Parties H . ? Excursions, Pic Nies ?tc fc.- uni Balls, able terms. ' C"' *c"' and uP?n Jirih' tuay 7-eoUm JOHN W. RIGHT8TINB. Is, J. MIDDLBTOV, DEAL1H IN 101, Oflre and Depot touth tide F, newt to eomm UUk d. ICE KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND AT THE OFFICE, which can be bad ia large or nail quanti tied. OQh Office open from 5 a m. to 9 p. m. m 1?eofim ORGANS FOR SALE. A SUPERIOR toned CHAPEL ORGAN; and a line Rosewood PARLOR ORGAN, both now on exhibition at the Metropolitan Mechanic?' Fair. They are from the manufactory of HENRY ERBEN of New York. For terms, be., apply to Prof. SCHEEL, on 14th sweet, north of F. HENRY ERBEN teb 98?eotf NOTICK.?I received Urn day a new assort ment of SLEEVE BUTTONS and STUDS, of | the latest styles. Also, a variety of other new Goods: as Vest Chains, Chatelains, Brace lets, Pin* j Earrings, Rings, etc. Great inducements offered to purchasers. H. SEMKEN, No. S30 Pa. avenue, bet. 9th and 10th *t~ Neip Point* put to Gold Pens at short notice. I Diamonds remounted, and Jewelry made to order. mar 29?tf NOTICE. 1"*HE Undersigned can accommodate parties with COACHES for pleasure trip*. Also, to make trips to boats arriving! after night front the White House." For terms apply to Mr. JOHN HOLBROOK, at the Stare Stand at the Capitol, or orders left at G. Si T. Parker & Co.'s Store. WM. WH *LEY. may 16?Ira* CARRIAGES?CARRIAGES. I HAVE now on hand, and constantly finishing, a j very large assortment of Pleasure andr Family CARRIAGES, of the latest fash ] ions, which I will sell as low as the same quality of I work can sold in any of the principal markets of ] the United States. The subscriber is now dealing exclusively in Car-1 riages ot his own manufacture, and all work sold by him will be warranted, and compare favorably with any work in this market. As I always keep a large assortment^ I invite purchasers and others to ex amine my stock beftwe purchasing elsewhere. Carriages built to order Old Carriages taken in exchange, or repaired at the shortest notice. THOMAS YOUNG, Sign of the Golden Horse, No. Pa. avenue and street, may 1?eo3m IF YOU READ ADVERTISEMENTS PLEASE notice that I have, fresh from the es tablishment in New York, Hecker's Self R.iis ine Flour, Hecker's Grits. Hecker's Maccar-ni and Vermacelli, Hecker's Farina, one paper of whicb, at 14 cents, will make a superior dish sufficient lor | fifteen or twenty persons. Also, Oswejro Corn Starch and Cornena, a gre*t' variety of M til lard's preparations of Choco'ate for eating and drinking Baker's superior Cocoa pa*te from whick, in a few minutes, by pouring boili ig water on it a very superior cup of Chocolatc can be made. Wben dollars and cent* arc made a study and at the same time superior article for health and econ omy is required, you would do well to call at KIND'S Grocery and Variety Store, corner Vermont ave nue and I streets, a few steps northeast of Jackson Statue. may 11?wtf WE WOULD NOT GIVE A DOLLAR | FPR MLAnpTU^T,NCTURE HAMPTON EV-1 fcK MADE.?Thus spoke a wise and go<?d man, out mark the change ! Let the afflict. d hear him and then decide whether to suffer on or be made hear ?' Profe88i?n^ man, with ruined heal:b, W. Htrnwccr, the talented and inde pendent editor of that highly popular and extensive ly read paper, the Christian Banner, published at Fredericksburg, Va., in his editorial ot the 18th oi I TAyR,LETmlfT.T"?|*k' * "AM,>T0N'8 VE<'&' **? we men;,y a,,ud''d 10 Hampton's V egetable Tincture, with a promise of noticing rrtl y the great rrlief we have ourself derived from its use During our collegiate course ow,Bg to sedentary habits, we became quif dyspep tic, and were very much troubled with vertigo Foi more than twelve years after leaving colie*- we w? re laboring un ler these two affl.ctions In the spring of 18?; our eeneral health became so delicate a.was w'lh g?eat difficulty we could attend to tne ordinary duties of our profession Everything we ate immediately tnrned acid, our digestive or deranged; losing as it seemed to us, all their activity and vitality; we were eon stantly depressed in spirit, our energy almost tor acUon^' a" n *'ut necem?'y urged us on to V\ e had taken strong medicines, observed gr? at particularity in our diet, and all to no purpose We ^ Repaired ol ever recovering our health, when a female friend of ours importuned us to get a bottle o. Hampton's Vegetable Tincture, assuring u? hat we would find great relief from its use. We bri? fly / U,OUM n0t !*** " ^liar/or aU the Tin'. ncr ma**> 550 ,ar 118 ?ur own individ ual health was concerned." We had no faith in it ?or any other medicine in effecting a cure on u*. i In the kindness of her heart, however, without con su ting us about it, she sent and got one bottle and I nTlT m aC??ept ?f U' and f0r her Bak"' a* ?? could n >t powibly injure us, to use it according to dirr-c Jptrfv / hu*h re^rd we had for her and her act of kindness, we promised to do so. And with out exageration we can trnly say that before we had u*ed the contents of one bottle we felt like a new man " We used, consecutively, from ten to fitteen bot 7, VV e w:re afraid to give it up, fearing our old diseases might return. Since then, our digestive organs have been uniformly correct, our head clear and so far as our labors, toils, liabilities, respo.,*,' bill ties, and worldly cares will alio#, our^m* have been buoyant, and we eat what we plea-e and as much as w.- please, and when we pleas--' and all is well. For the oake of the afflicted we make this statement, hoping that others mav find the same relief from its use that we have. It should b" hept w every tamily. No family should ever be TURE." A MPTON'9 VEGETABLE TINC Lawyer*, Doriors, Bar.kere, Ministers, in all the Depanments ol start, Ladies and Gentleman in the highest walks of life, as well as those moving in the most humble spheres, speak of the cureHn IT,em selves and friends by this wonderful article. a"d pamphlets yads, and aee c ues.? Cjugh, Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Neur.Jfia Dv, p-'psia, Nervousnes* and General Weakness. V- a h?;sf"for Sold by MORTIMER fc MOWBRAY, 110 Ra t. more street, Baltimore; and 3M Broadway N Yor? Cba8. Sro-rr & Co., J. B. Moo?. D B cU"? *.Bowlu,?' w- Elliot, and H. MoPnit REV. JOHN LANAHAN, PASTOR f)P tfip EXETER STREET, M E. CHURCH ? ?>roiig desire to benefit the afflicted indaces him thus to certify. We challenge any other medicino to l,re?ent such a mass of testimony from gentlemen and ladles oi high standing of oar own well-known I citizens, who testify of cures of COUGH HBnv ' CHITIS, RHEUMATISM^YSPEPSIA: he m. .. BALrmoai, January 24th, Memt. Mortimer if Mowbray : I take pleasure in saying to you that I hava use.i yj-ur 'Hampton's Tincture" with very great profit fioma S'Tioiisuraat affection, my general ficalih had become very much impaired, when I com inenced to use ?? Hampton's Tincture." I found Uji effects upon my general health most salutary ? I have several times recommended it to my I 'H eVrry Ca8u' aafarad ' ??ave been in formed, they have use it with success. Yours truly, . Jon* Lanabam, Pastor Cx?t?f E. Church, Bftltimore. Bf.EEDING 0~THE LUNGS. ??. S?SS:"" Pcb 8> ,8? I do hereby cerufy that about twelve months n.o l?^en witJl ??evere hemorrhage of the I un?j and had four attacks of it I was advised to t7v nT Hampton's Vegetable Tincture I nrMurnl ?!: btuUe, and after taking which, I was satisfied that I was much bett-r; and that, alter taking the fourth Sfti'SlTHK&B4 'ItJ "S out the least hesitation, recommend the fcn',111 to all persons afflicted in my way Tincture TOCra' Oeo. W. W.aelxt. . .. ^"HE PITS-READ ? mpecZible Drug^Tnto^^iS. ?'the 050811 Messrs. Moa^TMo'^^T^i' ^ , e^Hd"fvPtanJ Tinc^reTs^ncS^ii valua'de medicine^o^e affljet^ reg""n^ndJ!this planters have tried it in different case. -L?Ur i?hing success, and are vettin. it tf.M irT as,on" has been found to be the irr^nf w? I doxens. It matic affections, and a wonderfn^^/ ^ r,h<>U performed on a negro bov snliVH,,- ? ^ been asryou w,r' f^n' af?' 8*nt'e,nen' youre, w O t*m Cu, T:roifch lQdrn in'?rali8' an(i cur.u'of Ssuss?" -f'" 8uld by MOSTIMEE k MOWRiiav .... ? more street, Baltimore and w . '140 Ba,u" Cha.. Stott k Co j^? 304 Broadwmy, N. York Clarx. Bow UMa w V.B- Clamb, ?oh, Washington ; also by R s Vr McPhxe town ; and 07 C Birkt ai?;^J ( George gists everywhere. ' ?xaiM'ria? and by Drug >^:nch visiting cawnJ- -21""u ? "1 tiie finest fiioBh t.^. . ' e*Ua ">'n, and r?ct, by '1 ?2KB?i ttSv\p*na dl may 15 rimwfK TAYlOR. DOCTOR HOOFLAND'S CELIBEATBD (German Bitttra, DR. 0. M. JACK80H, Philad'4, Pn., will irracroiLLT ecu Lira COXPIAHT, DY8PBPMA, JAUXBICK, Chronic or Norvowt Dobihitg, ^'riim of tkt Ddno^mmd M fr*m 7*+ wmtrm IAvor er AtMai Such a* Constipation. Inward Pile*, Fullnese. ? Blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nau sea, Heartburn, Disgust Tor foud, Fullness or weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructation*, Sink ing or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swim muig of the Head, Hurr ed nnd difficult Breathing, Ptuttering at the Heart, Choking or Suffbcauti* Sensations when iu a tying Posture, Mum oi Visrion, Dots of Webs before the Sixht, Fever ana Dull Pain in the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness of tbe Skin and Ey??, Pain in the Side, Hack, Chert, Limb*, Ac., Sudden Flu?he? J of Heat Burning in the Flesh, Constant Imagin inrs of Evil, and great depression of Spirits. proprietor, in culling Uie attenuoo of the X public to this preparation, does so with a feH rng of the utmost continence in its virtues and adaj> t ttion to the diseases for which it is recommended It is no new and untried article, but one that ha* stoad the test of a ten yearn' trial before the Amen cm people, and its reputation and sale is unnvallei1 by any similar preparations extant. The teetimnrii in its favor giveu by the most p: our item and well c:iown Physicians and individual*, in ail part* ot !he country is immense. The following from North Carolina is respectftilly sub itt-d, referring any who may still doubt, to nty "Memorabilia," or Prac tical Receipt Hook for Farmers and Families, to be had grafl*. of all the Agents lor the German Bitters. Principal Office and Manufactory, 190 Arch m., Philadelphia, Pa. TE8TIMONY FROM NORTH CAROLINA. Certificate of Dr. W. Smith, iff Pine HiU, Rkh mervf County, A". C. Pint Hill, March 4th 1P54. Dr. C. M. Jacksok, Philadelphia?Dear Sir: I have been a subject of Dyspepsia, in i;* worst f- rn>, lor the Ia*i five years. Such was. my condition fo rwelve months that the physician^and all who saw me said f must die. While iu this condiuon, I wat carried to the watering places in Virginia, lennes see and North Carolina, but wa< not benefited by any water to which I was taken. While on my way home, I stopped a week at Rutherfordton, a illage in North Ca some Chalybeate water in that placa. About the Carolina, to try the effect of last of the week, I went into a drug store to get some medicine for my child and mvseif. There were several of the Tillage physicians in the store, and one of thein seemed to take some interest in my case 2nd, after asking me some questions, said he had been a dyspeptic, and had been greatly bejte fitted by the use of " Dr. Hoofl&nd's Gentian Hit ters." prepared by y?u, and he moisted that I would try the Bitters He also called the next day at my room, and insisted =*1 much that I would try them mat I asked him to get me one bottle. He did it, and I commenced taking it as directed, and I do say I was more beu* fitted 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 medicinc, (he a dyspep tic,) and f eave him nearly all th? Bitters I had left, which effected much good in his case. He has often -ailed on me for more of the ?ame k nd of medi cine, saying he was more benefitted by it than any other he had taken, but I have not been able to get lay more for him or myself siuc. , U, -J, th?r?s .ore, please shiu me a dozen or more as soon aspos ?iWe. Respectfully yours, W.SMITH. D. R. HOOKER, Roger's Store, Wake Co., N. C., 1 >ctober 34.1853, says:?u Hnvmc experienced very reat benefit from the use of " Iloofiand's German itters,"' in Chrouic Dysentery and functional de rangement of the Liver, and its concomitant evils. I am desirous of obtaining a -juantity of it for the benefit, of my community. You will, therefore, please send a lot, Ac. Ac. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J. ATWOOD. llrtrrsviLLi, Yabki* Co , N. C-, Nov. 1st, 1853. I)r. 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 u, has ef fected a cure that all other mediciues, that I have aken. have entirely failed to do. "Iloofiand's Ger man Hitters'' have eured me of the most stubborn and aggravated case of the piles that, perhaps, ever fell te the lot of man My case is not a stranger in tnis community, as I am well known in this and tbe surrounding counties, and can truly sav that my re covery has astound*-1 all my friends and relations, as 1 had tried everything reaominended, and nothing did me any good until F was prevailed upon to try the Bitters. You are at liberty to make any use ol this communication, for the benefit of the afflicted, vou may think proper. Truly yours, WM. J. ATWOOD. These Idtters are entirely vegetable, they invigorate and strengthen the system, never prostrate it, and can be used for infants as w?:ll a* adults. For sale by respectable dealers everywhere, and by Z. D. OILMAN, lVa*hingu?n; J. L. klDWELL, Georeetown; and J. R. PIEP.PONT, Alexandria, mar 1?lv n i DTPP'tj SPANISH MIXTURE. Tbe Great Parlflcr of th? Blood J Sot a Particle of Mercury In It *n Imallxbu Remidt fcr scroftila, King's Evi:. ?<*i?nkiati?a, Obstinate Outanecus Krup-k>ns. pituor Pustule? on tbe face, Blotches, Bolls, Chronic Sore r-yes, King \Vor?a or Tetter, Scald Head, fcnlargement and Bain of the Bones and Joints. Stubborn Ulcere, Syphilitic Disorders, Lutr.bago Spinal CVmrla*nts, and all the dieev?* ?rising from an injudicious use of Merecrr, Lm pru.1 nr* in i-ife, or impurity of the Blood. I^BIS valuable Medicins, which has become ?rlei brnted for the number of ?xtra rdicary cures ?ff*cted through its agency, hat- induced the propri ?:cea, at the nrg-nt request of their friends, to offer t to the public, which th?y do with the utmost con tdence iu its virtues and wonderful curative prop ?rti s The following certificates, selected I rem a arge number, are, however, stronger testimcnj chan the mere word of tbe proprietor* : and are all torn gentlemen we'l knnwn in th?ir localities, and ?jf the highest respectability, many of th'-a residing a the rtij of Richmond. Va. P BOYCEN, Esq,, of tht Eschr.nge Hotel, Rich mend, known everywhere says he hax seen 'he Med* I tine called C&xna'3 bvkinsn Mixvraa. administered la ovsr a hundred cases, in nearly ail the diseases tor wMchit is recommended, with the most often ?shingly Rood results Ee says it is the meet ex traerd: aery medicine he ha.-; ever seen. AOUK AND FRVEm-GREAT CUR*.?I hereby ertilV that fcr three yean I had Ague acd Fever .'f ths mo.-t violent description. I had several Phv ddans, took Urge ^uituxities of Quinine, Merounr and I believe all ths Tonios advertised, bnt all with out permansnt relief. At last I tried OarttrV Spanish Mixture, two bottles of which effectually surad me, and I am happy to say I have had neither rhillb or fevers since. 1 consider K th- ooet Tonic iu this world, and the only medi ine that ?ver reached my case. JOHN LONQDITN. Rxavu Ditch, near Richmond. Va. 0. B. LuJR, Ms-]., now in ths city of Richmond and for many years in the Poet Otto?, has rush eonfidsnse in the t/rr :tu&hlajt eKcaey of Oarter's Sp^nieh Mixture. tLat h? has bought upward.- of 58 bottlea, which he has given eway to the afflicted.? Mr. Luck says he has never known it to fall when Uiksu aocording to directions. Dr. MIN0K, a practising Physician, and formerly of the City Uotel, in the city of Richmond, says he hae witnessed in a number of instances tbe effect*, ot CaT'ei^c Spanish Mixture, which were mosr truly mrptising. He says in a case of Consumption, de ' ulent on the Liver, the ?ood effects were woe rful iadeed 8AUUIJ; M. DRINKER, of the firm of Drinker to Morris, Richmond, v:is cured cured of Liver Com oialnt of three tears standing, by the use of twr ?ttles of Carter's Spiuiirh Mixture. GRK '.T ODRJI Of SCROFULA -The It liters of the Richmond Republican hwl a servant employed in their press room, on red of violent Scrofula, com bined with Rheumatism, which entirely disabled him from work. Two bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture made a perfect cure of him, and the Edi tors In a public notice, s*y they -cheerfully recom mend it to all who are afflicted with any Mnm of the blood " STILL ANOTFIER CUM Of SCROFULA.?Had a verv valuable boy cured of Scrofula by Carter's Spanish Mixture. I consider It truly a valuable medicine. J 4MJS8 M. TAYLOR, Conductor ca the R. f. and P. K. R. Co. Richmond. Ya 8ALT RHEUM Of TWENTY YEARS STlNDlNa CUKBD Mr. JOHN THOMPSON, residing ia the dty of Richmond, was cured by three bottles cf Carter's Spanish Mixture, of bait Rheum, which he had fcr nearly twenty veers, and which all the physicians of the atty eeuld not cure. Mr. Thompson is a well knew* Qtfvahant in the city of Richmendf aud his is mart tc-rarkable. ^ft. A. MATTHRWP, of Richmond a servant sured cI ?Tphilu, in the worst form, by Carter's 8panish Mixture. He says he cheerfully rec m menus it, and oensiders it a very invaluable mell cine. EDWIN BURTON, commissioner ot the revenue, says he ha*] seen the good effects of Oarter's Spanish Mixtn.-e hi a number of Syphilitic cases, and says It U a perfect eure fcr that horrible disease. WM. Q. OAR WOOD, af Richmond, eared of old Bores and Ulcers, which disabled him frem welkin*. Took a few bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, and was enabled to walk without a cru'-ch, in a short time permanently cured. Principal Depots at M. WARD, CLOSE A Co? No. 85 Maldan Lane, New York. T. W. DYOTT A SONS, No. 1W North Second St., Philadelphia. BENNETT A BEERS, No. 1* Main street, Rich And fcr sals by CHARLES 8T0TT, Washington, D. 0; HENRY FEEL, Alexandria, and by Druggists everywhere. Price $1 per bottle, or six bottles fcr ft; Jl?1* BM0IR9OF THB OOUNTBSS OF BLES rtflftnn, by^L R. MaddaL M. R. I. A., two ^ JPR?Cit TATLChu 51 TRAVELERS' r^R?rrORY. VMkisftm m bat 17* hoar*! Hnmning turns brhmm Washington mm4 Cincinnati IT hours t: Through Tickets and Baggage Ohtcka to be^i*d in Washington !!! THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO HA1LHOAD HAVING greatly improved its Western ?im I'OM now offer* the iulle?t inducements k ravelera between Washington, Balum ?re, ud tf portions of the Wfrt, ll?p Northwest and Uie Hnnfc. I west The connection bftwrrn Ui*' tmai fmm Wu|. ngton and the tram? bt>nn<l wui ir?nn Baltimore ? .Iways promptly made at the Washincton Jorftxia ^lately called the RHay 9 miles frnn Bain l^iore. This i< the only ehaiiee of enn required be 1 weec Washington and the < Hito river, n icg<p lf becked through to Wheeling at the WioSmrtoe -taiioa, ?nU r?checlt?d art.! uan^errwd there (with ne pasaen#? rs) wthoir charge, for tlics* bold imp .hrough tickets ?nr poir'? l>eynn?V The cohaf-uu train leave Washuiftoi: daily at 8 a. m. and 41^ ? n (Hi Sundays at the. latter hour only. ^ At Wheeling litre 4 connection made witfc the train* of the CENTR *L OHIO RAILROAD, ran. uing from Rellaire on the^ohio. oear Wh.>i.?f liroucb OrubndR* . Zane?ville and Newark, u! COLUMBUS Thw-e train* connect at Newvt with ihe car* of the Newark, Manyfteltf and Sandus ky Railroad for Sandusky, Tolado, Detroit, Chicago St. Louis, etc. At Columbus the C. O Railroad trains connect vith the fast train* of the LtWe X .7?ni KaUroad 10 Xenia, < INCINNATI. LOUISVILLE. efc. At .Yenia (on Little Miami Rai'.oad'i fonnection a ortned with the train* through Dayton, to INDIAK \POLI?, Terre Ileuf, Lafayette, Chicago, Sock Hand, SL Loan, etc fy Pwn.i rj h"'din(t uir ujh Urkrtx lor *em phis Vicktburg, Notches, New Orleans ?(r., which It re also wild at Wa-?h>n:T"n- are transferred at t'm .-mnati to the Mail Steamer* on tlie Ohio. Tickets :or Evansville, Cairo, and St- Loan are sold by u?? route. !9>POR CLEVELAND, and via Cleveland to fUcd ?, Detroit, Chicago. etc-, tickets are aoid, when the Ohio 1* navigable between Wheeling ana Wellsville (forly railec) when- a connection with ihe Cleveland and Pittsburg Railroad is u>ad^. Traveliera are rt-tjues'ei to notiee tta*t wlnle this is the only route affording thi ;u?h tickets and check* In Washington, i( is aleo the shortest, most speeey, and direct to nearly all the leading points in be great West. The rtistaxce fr ?ni Wapiiinfoa to Cin cinnati in but 853 miles, being about 100 mil*** eho?t. er than b> anv other phiIc I FARE BY THROUGH TICKET FPoM WASH 1 NO TON: To Wheeling, f9 50; OUumbiM ?13 65; Dayton, ilo 50 ; Cincinnati, $lfi ; I^>utrVii:a. by railr-ad $ltB65, by fcteamerfr>?m t incir.nau, fl?; In ?li&na|iolia, $17 50; Cleveland, ?12 15; Toledo, ?15 HO; D- tnnt. ?15 20; Chicago ?00 f?5 and ?19 50; {?U Louis, 50 and ??5, Meoipli *, ?b)6; New Or leans, ?.11, etc. 1 OR FREDERICK and HARPER*8 FERRY MARTIN8BURG. BERKELEY SfRIVOC,CUM BERLAND, BEDFORD SPRINGS, PiednxMit, (?afc l:uid, and Fan-mount, pa??< nt- rr may leave Vvaah iiicton at 6 a m or 4^ p. m. Por the minor way friatHWi between haltimore and Wheeling, like 8 a m train from W&Khington Cf For trains to and from Baltimore, Aanapoita, etc., see special adv? rusem- nt* J^rFor further information, thn ugh tick' 1*. kc., apply to THOS. H. PARSONS, \g nt. at U aatuag. ton Station. JOHN H. DONE, Master ot Transj> >rtaiion ('?altimore and Ohio Railroad, Baltimore, may 3?tf ^"ASUINGTON BRANCH RAILROAIX CHANGE OF HOURS. ON and after Monday, the 2Sd instant, tie tratea will L?ave Wash: net on at 6 and 8^4 *? m> m^ 3 Mkd On Sunday at 4^ p m Leave Baltimore at and 5^ a m, and 3 and iVta On Sunday at iti am. ap 23? tf T. H. PARSONS, Agent. ?A Mott Bedell s Lin*. ^ NEW YORK ALEXANDRIA. WjISIONGTOM CITY, AND DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA PACKETS. !M?8 LINE OF PACKETS 8AILS WEEKLY from pier 14 Ea?t River, New York, and oft-rar century, and are cooi|HJ*e.d o( Ihe following ftnl T i; nt clns^ vessels >cw achr. A. r. Bedell, B<*dell, m New achr. Mott BrJeU. A. V. TtedwelL Schr. Ann D., Wm. Oliver, master. Sctir. Volant, L. A. Smith, master. Schr. Commander in-Chitf, Wogl im, Schr. Oreenway, Wilr^m, master. The^e vcaaelg are all fast sailers, and the men of experience in the tradn, *n<? the only regu lar liue of Washington City packet*. MOTT BEDELL. Wail strnat, W. Y. S. S. MASTERS a SONS, Al^tanuria, Va. THOMAS RILEY, feb 1?8n. Wast-.114ton and D. C. 0HAH0S AJTD ALEXANDRIA BAILB0AD, On and after Tu&day, Nov. 7, 1854, rl'IiB Oars leave Alexandria daily for Gorton* i villa and Interm**:? t? -tati-n* at 7 4 9'cl*k, a. in., op tha aniral ot the bo*t ^rrm We'kJnzlcm, giving aa>pie time for hreakfart on board 0? ceeving at Manaesa. Jnr.cnen with a tiaU loz Stra? burg, at Warrant->n J- ction wit*: a train for War rentcn, and at Oord?n?ville %t:h the tr%i ot on th? Virginia Central Hailrotd fc-BVhrec*: 1 ^ar: t?*? vtlie, and Htannvoc The cars iea?? Ofr-l-'r t?)-? dsi> for A!?i*nJrto and Intermediate itstiota, at VI b?fore IX, a. ta., oc the arrival of tha txaine o< the vtrtini* Oectral rail r ad frco Eiciira^ad. Cha7iAtt?rrUla, and btattnum. TUEOCaa 7ICEET8 Ftcij a: Kkiiuria U> Warrentoc $1 00 ** 9ordoMTlli?....M...~.. 8 50 ?* ?uuri9t?*?vilie ? 2c " *? 5 90 u *? Btswbnrg ? ? M ** v LvtKilibatg...^...^.? 8 71 riioh#Ur ?............. 8 M *? v I ori, 4 J a- ?*-? ? J ?????? e.v ? * " i; New Market - 5 M ? * KMd'.ebnii 2 M F 1 Lyatihatu%'. ' cnaertlaij >ith th? kiagas ai Charlcttasvilla, ot Tdm lays V**! ,i?4ay*, and PrV "?a Lcray anu Ii?w Uari?t. corneeun^ vith the at Onlpepar, cu ruai^j>ya,niazaaayB,abd Ba> X a agee crdaj P' r Winchester daily, oonneetinr with the (tag* at Piedmont For Htddlaburg daWy, gonnactlog with tfc* stagw at the Plains. Per oriar: W. B. BEOOEETT, AgeiK. nav ^?dtf FOB MOUNT VERNON" Ob TUESDAYS and PILLDAY6. 7ara round trip $1; froH Alai aiidria 75 cents ?Tha THOMAS COLLYKR lea?a? We^ '.ugton at 9 and Alexandria at 8^ o'ci<Kk Coachaa leave the Capitol for Ute beat at 8\ r'dk Coach fiire *0 cents. Pam>ne wishing the OnaeJLea will.leeve tVair re^ dance with Geo. A Thoa. Parker Befi -rhmetts on the boat Oct Jo?dtf 8AM*L QEDNBY. Capt TKK 1EW YORK A LIVCUPOOl UNITED STATES MAIL steamers: mi snips ooMP&iBiNo this um au THK? ATLANTIC, Cant. Watt PACIFIC, Oapt. Nya BALTIC Ca'pt. 0?msto:kf ADKJATia Oapt. ftrafaoa Tbeee ehipe haee been built by ooutract, ax press iy for GoTeri ment serrioe; every oara has basa taken in their conetruotion. as in the insure strength and speed, and their ? tions for passengers are nnejnaUad fee and eomfcrt ? ? Price of pa?ago from Hew York to HNi| L^to firrt oaban...~~??? **"*? ?S Second Cabin ? re KxMn- aw ot extra sise state rooms ??...?*. 888 LI,%~1 u y MUO Jim An experienced surgeon attached to each fhlp. No berth oan be secured until paid for. for fcwsbl ?^55bI)Tl1OOLUN8 * CO., 88 Wall street, Ne? York. BB0WJJ, EHIPLIY k 00-, LiverpotL E. Q. ROBEBTB A 00., 13 King's Arms Yard, JOHN MUNKOB * 00 , 88 Rue Notre Dane dee Yi toireh. GEO. H. DRAPKR, liarva. Tha owners of these ships will not be aooountakta for gold, silver, bullion, apeeie, iewelry, preekoaa stone* or metals, unless bills ef lading are tifwm therefor, and the value thereof therein WAV lft?dlv EAHBIN6 H0UBB OF FAIB0 * H0UBS1, OppoeUe UwUed JgONDS/^totk^ and other ^ and sold. Interest at the rate of six per cent Mt aaaoa di low -d on deposits when left for 98 er t fcj8m%i- Bui

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