Newspaper of Evening Star, June 7, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated June 7, 1855 Page 4
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i - - -?, * 4.- k\ , oirx it oms . 0*r by one the panda we flowing, One ky ?<ne the mom*?nu tall; Soine are coming, <om? are gnln|? Do not seek t?? grarp them all. <~>n?? hy one tby inties wait thee, Let tby whole strength go to each, Let no future dreams elate thee, Learn thou first what these can teach. ?)u Hy one (bright gifts from heaven) Joy* art- *ent thee here belaw ; l ake thein raadilv when given, Ready, too, to let theai go One by one thy grief* shall meet thee, Do not ftiar an armed bacd; One will fade as others greet thee, Shad ?w* pa-?ing through the land. Do not lor.k at life's long tonow ; See how smalt each moment's pain; Go?l will help thee for tomorrow, Every day begin again. Every hour that fleets m slowly Ha* iu task to do or bear, Luminous the crown, and holy, If tbou set each gem with cure. Do not linger with regretting, Or for pe siaa hours despond ; Nor, the daily toil . >rgettir.2, Look too eagerly beyond. Hours are golden links, God's token, Reaching h^avrn ; but on^ by one Ta<e ihern, leK the chain be broken Ere the pilgrimage be done. 3^7* Half the world think it foolish for the doctors to advise a poor man to go " traveling for his health," and a rich, gouty old fellow to 14 dine on bean soup;*' but it is not so. Should they advise a rich man to travel, and it should prove not beneficial, the poor M. D., would 44 never hear the last of it." Just so with the poor man. But on the other side, if either happens to die, the witty doctor can put his finger to his nose and say, " I told you so ; ought to have taken my advice." Crops in Geokgia.?The Savanah Re publican publishes letters from several counties in Georgia, which state that ihc wheat crop, which has been partly harvested, is excellent. The late rains have greatly improved the corn and oats, and if the season is propitious, will be abundant. The cotton has also been greatly improved by recent rains, though in many places the amount planted this year is a third less than was planted last year. A VehpMf.nt Worshipper.?Burr Whitehead, of Westport, Conn., having been prosecuted and fined for disturbing a church congregation, petitioned the Legislature to annul the judgement, on the ground that he only expressed his re ligious feavor by vehement "amens" and his pmiliar nervous temperament ren dered him incapable of restraining his feelings. He thought that such a venal offence ought to be pardoned, and the Legislature said?amen! ?!7* " Mr. , do you keep?any thing?good to t-a-k-e?here ?" " ^es, we have excellent cold water? the begt thing in the world." "Well, I know it," was the reply, "there is no one thing that's done as much for navigation as thit. And even as a beverage it's capital mixed with a little brandy." Measuring the Winds.?Vice-Admi ral Kreuger, of the Swedish navy, has invented an instrument by which the force ot the winds can be measured with the greatest exactitude ; and by order of the king of Sweden, it is to be exhibited in the Universal Exhibition of Paris. "Zr The pebbles in our path weary us and make us foot-sore, more than the rocks, which only require a bold effort to surmount. MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. VLn?. Ur-i For Davs. Ba!T,c New Yoik?Liverpool.. ..May 30 Pa^tio Li\erpoo! ...New York....May 19 V f'-h Star Havre New York...May 19 V. ashington Bicmcn New York.. May 23 Africa LiVerpoo ....Boston ... May 36 ft?-The California Pteamrn :e.;v._> Kcw York 0? tJ e 5th and Sut.l of eacfi _ionu.. 1RRIVAL6 AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS National Ltottl- r n. wiluks V P Killer, Pa W E Holywell, Ala A J Kiwe Mi O ii Rissitues, NY H Keller, Pa G sj Gorman, Ala O M Whitney, NY S* Wilfiamsoi:. Ga M f Jone>, Va Mis* Flo.*, Md Mts Hubbard, do M! s Scott, do Mi.-* Kokier, do Ml?l L?R?y fc 3; t(.rj do M>s Crew, i*o Mi<-s WJirner, do Miee Wbener, do Mis* Ik rgrr, >lo Mise Vedeilt", do Miss Tucker, s.O M iss do H O Clagrtt, Va J U Bncken<4tein: do Mws Milts, Md Miss Weightier, do F Fisher, do PLiubardt, do R tstcidel, do P Ko*?.nberg, do F !:?uman, do 8 Winter, do A F R'^enbcrger. do T f osenterger, do C Leitlvrger, do 8 lnoie?i i>, do J C Dunneil, NY Y. R Beall, Md !>r EL ^beekf, do C 11 Eli**, Pa J McCarthy, do A Storer, ^Y J P Macry, Wia R D Miles, M.l J R Lackland, do' W Arrott. Md llOt*l-T. t !l M. BFOTT^. T 8 S)k'-s x family, La Mim 8)fc- ?, do Mi*s Ar-ker, do J Naiior. Pa T L r-tiultze * | idy, NY II L M il' r & lady, Va W R Iio.*ge>, MJ H S;Mudle, Va 6 W A{ poMon. do L W Terrell, NY 8 L Handel, Md Mr* 9il*4iy, do M;*? Gisbaiu, do Mb- Taylor, do Mi*a Luek? y, do Mim f,~'ke., do Misa L Pfrker do Mr Brig?, do Mr Jetfer on, do Mr Wallace, do C L Punlap, do Mr Monroe, Md Mr Hanison, do Mr Zeigler, do L P Eaverson, do J C i atell, Va - Mrs Kud, Md M Cabb, do II C Jarrett, do J C Danworth, Va W M Washington, do Mi^. l-'aruie l D VVillner, ir L Ja-kson, Miui J F Ho?aer, Md J W Criglaud, NY J T Little, do L C Hillingsiea, Md T L Hogthead, Tex K f* Walton, III 6 M Biter. Md W !Iard?* K?!?l-a. * k J. c. W!iu?t. K A Rytber. Va J Svldt n, USA 0 D Green, do 1 D Lauiencc, NY J H F -.k, do N 1'ollin", Eng T Walden, N . J L Porter, da J A Roosevelt, do i B Phillip* k lady, Md J II Gage, Md l>r Blieknell. Va A J r?muii LSA R Evur^ Va M A Long. Fla C HowanJ, r, Va D G Klliott, \Y J R Aadcraot and family M'-^ Archer, do Mrs R 8 Archer, do J O Sargent, DC W L Harrison and 1 ady, Va Mia- R M Ne'son, do Mrs J G Bore tier, do Dr J C Williams a lady, do W Birch, NY Mim L Jenkiuti, do 0 8 Van Wagreu, do T M Crowder. Va J Murphy, N *' K Reed, do J Merpliy, do W M Blake h. lady, Md 1 D McEnergy, La Mrs Owen X daughter J F Dickinson, NY Judge L'ampbeil, do A Pe rce, do Dr W F Edgar, USA B Wa'son, NY t alud SUt?s Hotel T R Hamsburger, Va F M Lay ton, do J T Russell, do 8 Clemens, do H 8eeger U W 0 Fairfield, NY Klrknuad Baa 8 Harper, La G W Bowman, O W King a lady, Mas* W Elh- a la-^y, Md Mi?? Norvell, do H C 'arre'.t -*o 8 Clark, do A K Carter, NY *? c. Uii mm, B C XVinfotney, Germany T Jones 7 J Hancock A Adam^, Maw 8 W Hove, do ??J. a. k a. kjuwoos T Mitchell, Ky J R Mai ion, Md T M Downiru, NY C W Baker, do G G Gia?ier, do R B Connelly, do K Saolord ? do WAfcHiMifOS STOVE ItKliFiPMtf, S. K. corner of Pa. av. and EJemUk itreat, Sole Agency for CHIL90N, GOIJLD k CO.'8 Warming and Ventilating Apparatus, M. POND fc CO.'S (of Boston) Unian Doable-*!Tf? rooking Range. J. L. MOTT'S (of New York) INVINCIBLE DOUBLE-OVEN RANGE. Constantly on hand, and receiving LATROBE STOVES, for heating tw > stories; Parlor and Cham tx>r GRA I ES, Enamel ed and Japanned Cooking, HaJI, Parlor, Chamber and Dining Room S : OVEH; Plain, Tinned and Enamelled Iron HOLLOW WARE. Bloek Tin, rianished and Ja,anned WARE in ereat varietv. All of which will be sold a; the lowest possible ate*, that will compare favorably with any Estab ltodiin*nt south of New York. An examination of my stock is'innatfy solicited ap 13?3a J'?8 SKl'KVIXO DENTISTRY. DR. MUNBON respectf ully calls public atloution to his new. patent, and GREATLY . IMPROVED method of setting Artificial! Ti ."th, with Continuous Gum-the very PEHFECTION OF THE ART. Thisstyle of Teeth lias the following advantages over all others, viz : GREAT STRENGTH, CLEANLINESS, COM FORT, md BEAUTY, vieing with Nature in these respccts, and in some others excelling. Public in spection is respectfully solicited. Please call and see specimens. CAUTION.?No other Dentist in the IM&trict of Columbia has a right to make this style of Teeth. N. B.?Teeth constitutionally healthy, plugged ar.-l wrrranted far life. Office md hour-*; at No. 308 F, street, near the corner of Pennsylvania avenue ar i 14lb street, ap 84- tf FOR POOH AND LABORING MEN. t cuiLTi^a .vyr? of 10 r*?t *r mv. O tari ?!' . -rt* ?_?} t'eCiiy, aci cvu.f ?Tfrrkcf terwtoe_it TJX)Y!> & 00. 3 C i I, D ! N G E T O I K , . /ci fc. the ? 'jonl,?r Wc?~t- ? I'.cr-"' .n *'f spirit. L'. OYl/ L ibi'fl S. -fc-r NEW POLKA. THE CHEVY CHASE POLKA, eoinpawd fo; ana dedicated lr Mies Sally D. Bradley, by J. D. Saunders, Esq., of this city, whose compjsitior* have always met with such great publi<? favor The merits ot the piece are such as will introduce it among all lovers ol music. Price 25 cents. Just published and for saie by HILBUS & HITZ. The Pre-ident's Mounted Guard Quickstep, con. orsed by t'e accomplished Pianist, Mr. Robert He! N?r. will appear in a lew days. may 12 DR THFOD. HANSMAN Keeps .?i-! offi hon ' from eight to ten o'clock a.m. No 305 Sev enth it., opj, Odd Feliavoi Hali. may 83?lm* 1 WILLARD'S HOTEL, Old Point Coinfor<, Va. -?HIS SPLKNI.ID SEA SHORE HOUSE IS NOW OPEN. ? Boari! per day 00 Board by the week, per rfny 1 50s Board by the m?nth, per day 1 25 Baths free for gnest* may 10?lm 'C. WILLAR1' BRO II.VKR WAilK, PLATBii WAKK 't AH D FIN ill FA-sC* Gt H3 OS.?Silvi. fee and Tea Sets, Sugar Bowli, Cream Jugs-, ! C .?ii ;s, Cups, Spo?)!is and Forks Also, a grc:?t | variety > f magnificent Fancy Silver Ware, suitable t for presents. Plated Coffee Seta, Castorr, Baskets, 8poo?s and } Fork*, on best Albata. Th ' irticLrs are warranted as reprejjmed, at.' i jpi'l be sold c* small advance. U. Sil dMSN, ? 320 Pa. avtfuuv. 9th ead Wsh bireeti. j issr29-tt . ?i , t FISCHER S BA~:'D FULL? O.HfiAN IZGD. ITAVIN'G now completed ail my > mniemenls 1 for a first rate B.:ArS and COTILLON B VND, I am rgain at the service <>f Tfie public to attend Excursion Parties, Exhibitions, i'and"s, Pic N i Balls, and Serenades. AI I those in tavor of a citizen's band are respectfully i:ivitcd to encourage ' our en erprise, here in Washington City. P FfSCIIIIR, Leader. ! P 8.?Tliis Band,un.'er my direction, is regular'y : uniformed, and from a practice over twenty years I can give satisfaction to every one. Residence, Pa. avenue, north side, bet. 9th and t 10th streets first do?r w?m of Iron Hall. * Orders left with Messrs Hilbu* & Hit* punctually attended to. may 14?1m* Private I?sdicai Vrsatia# cm rni ?hy*iolco:c 1 s c r er H E. jr.A CROIX, K. D , ^ 4 ^,Ty 27 y ?C? fr'sen *n; jv *????? P!aia ?ni Ool. rrrt Llth? a id "litep. ?3t~ Prt*? cr-'j Ccati +S~?,*T* X ? fT-'-*i?to *il p*:';, of tb* UDtoa-<t4 . CHBAPi^T BOOK KVKh cUi?l.l?VK!:, iri coat^toipf - n'afly d uM? t* e quantity o '?"at.A r-s'im; inat'er in ;fc?t r ' x:rvt CKKiii or, rou,; fut^ic =.Tio;- ?. li tr^at- r,n the physic; s ? 97C-> MARF.IAO*J,acd th ' Barp?t sitrrr.1t' -sandViler,- '-i > >cu^ ?-tirl'.y, gqltipg ircm *7hr' ? ~~r'destroy<hephysics 1 and turn if' tal i-owersi. vith obsarvst-'ne .'.u i^aniage, i-i duUn". aal di8qui^>Scatio.iS. e. id their i-S'Ci-rJ.iec: ?ntf- Il'-fe^zra^he, !51ci?tratins it. iratciay aad pfcyrtf logy, a^d cip?a*?scf t*.? repr iacti-.b'craar.A of bote esxe*, t'?is struotur*, us? tua;tjr^. A popuir-T ar< l w^praJMnfire tri fc e ca dutV ? sr.d cac^aJ".- f rir.g;? end csr d ; 11 h rw[H|l - * .' tTjilia laid* c ? rnriog tl.-m-iE'e1-' ft ? ir.d istelfc cm U?!j ?"! re~ - U1? to th-'~? xztasic:itiii^ WtRCra^ -? -1 wli! ovevaoMi^ en to it; h?- ;r. ib-'oM :akr. thJa t ?. porUot t .:za' *nt ccr^Itl.og*. A?.V aad r.^?r*ltr^rtintn' o: t:or-_ ii. ianc.7 to old as?*, cr; - gr?-{.> wil j I'l't -fli ? In by bcaalifa! l'f.L ^aptic ^latra ? ce? :vib dtb:: :j, its cai> ?8 arid r-it*, by a pwie. it race ?Ji:_t\i, *-fa an I exacted, that U iur* it La]"?sibie?r*or dxllj cc? ag-T.'at--im oss-y ??a ?.poxwt-;.rrho:i ' !?& i rj .tical oJi^-rttier? on t afsr, are! caora s: n.-'-dn e.f 't?pre KitlcaarybinU ;e. th? ev:!;r?. altin< fircxa ??phi iai prr *f :j?an r~ a!I 'r?r. !a'li.*cxstiii3. wllh pla'-t ar? t{??!e rtU^a b> T?hl.-?h m % iLocft conie^putiiii; iaarrl?z*. Ita p-.-rct1 '? par tlsxtlai!/raeona:?ad<"d to r ; om .* sret docbta ;f th?!r pliyu; ??! coadiiian, ?ni -ran'ar> xaarfcrjs r ' ^"-r! .r hi *ardel th; htilt'j. *n4 frivi ?r-s to vr.Jcis ejerj btirra b^' is ;s. tati-ri tc. Frli- r-6 w. ^ en crpy, or fi7? ooplea 'or.3 fial ??r. Cf tc eay 'rx~z :t th? Cai ?*d flrat.'s. 11. U.?i'hoee *ho pr#frr issv eru?c!i!>r.La(?3ou Or*ia ofta: npr.a traieh fcls b:'-k ?licr -?r..rscriUy or by a*!!. ?> u an? parv vt Union c^ocrdlag U> dir-?dw^^, c:.M-j ; A si aL? ra.-?fii!ly 6ec'ired tr- n ?;i cbf^rvatisr A-ires.* , r. J. H. LA 0K01X, ? Si Mf-Mrr. Ltr. - cr Poet (-ta*,- Bcs 679, Alb&r:-. .. V. 01.3 .pei dally frosa I i- r ir*, ti.i on Sunday iron - catll 6 p ta. 4^ tf.iubrtd frc^. I\. jZ J' to SI ba?t, iil^jy I'. > I iwT " H FINE WATCHES. AVINGmade a considerable addiUur to my stock of eoLt nrjTiM raTiKT i sveas, and ladus' wajcki: . Of first quality, heavy caratj cases. Also, SILVER WATCHES for hoya. I offer them at greatly reduced prices. The movements are selected with greai caio, and every Watch is warranted. Persons in want ?f a flue timekeeper aro invited to examine my assortment. fl i?KM KEN, So. MtO Pa. avenue, b?fW. 9tl: and l(nh ?ts; mar IX) FIRST PREMIUM PIANOS. JlJriT received, several Pianos from the eeletiriit d factory of Steinway 2l Sons, New Y?rk ; one 111 Louis XIV style These Pianos are in e??ry re spect the best now utaile in the United .Stales; they received at the late Metropolitan Mechanics' Fair the first premium (a silver medal) for each of iheur Pianos exhibited. Every person admired the volume of tone, a? Well as the workmanship of their in- tru mints. These, iu addition to iny other stot * of | Pianos, fvrois the best and large.I collection south ot Mason's and Dixon's line. The p'iblio are respectfully invited to call and ex amine before they purchase elsewhere, they will hurt moderate prices and reasonable terms. PIANOS to rent always on hand, and secund uauU Pianos taken in part payment for new ones,at ?' Piano Warerowui, \u. 498 Eleventh st, above Pa. avenue. Ht C. ItEICUKNBACH. may 14?eoim* * Land wabranti wanted, for whicS the hiihest prices will be paid by * CHUBB BROTHERS, I way U (Intel) opp. the Tretfluxy. I [ No *36 ] Notice of Restoration and Withdrawal of ]ja >d* in Railroad Qrants in tkt Stat* of Arkansas. ? NOnCK la hereby givec, that, in compliance with the request of the governor of Arkansas the President, by his order beiarlnar date the 5th of April instant, hu directed that she lands situa'ed in the townships hereinafter enumerated, which were heretofore withdrawn from marXet and r~ serr?d from or entry,exoeptf om pre-emptions, *s :ving within the probable 1'tnlts of the grant for tbe Cairo a d Falcon Railroad and its branches, in t'e State of Arkansas, shall be restored to mar ket and tbat certain other lands situated in town fblps named below, with:n the probable limit* o' Me grant. ae rrdinK *o th? route* as fixed byth' re??ut a-Is of the fetata Leaiflature. fball te aided to those beretofbrs reserved from sale or entry (p e emption claims ex-ept?d) notfl further ord'rs: Therefore, are the vacant land* antyTt to rale at th-J s*voral land cf&ci hereinafter mentioned which were SQ'j. ct to private entrv at the date of their a ithdr.-wal from market, and which ha^e net been I r?empled, 5n the following townshipf, will in'n oe subject to priT-.te en'ry on and af:er Mosday, th" 18th day of Juse next, to wit: In the d strict of lands subject to sale at Helena : Xcrth of the base line and cis< of the fifth principal meridian. VoTrafiUp J, of ranges 3, 4, 5, and 9. Township 8, oi range ? 3 an J 4. Township 9, ol rang* 7. South of the base line ar?ca\t qf the fifth principal 'rflPar To vat hips 1. 2, S. a^C*. ran?*s 1 2, 3, and 4 Townships 1, 2, and 3, of range 5. ou'h of the 'tote line and west of the fifth principal meridian. Town h'ps 1,1. 3, and 4, of ran t 1. Town hips 2, and 3, of range 2. In ihe dittr'ct ol I^nJb subj^t to sal-4 at Little Rock : * Yoj;*! of the ta:e lit' and west of the Jlfih principa' * meridian. Tornshlps 3, and 4, cf range 17. S":t\ or U.c bate Tine and vest oj the fifth principal meridian. Town hips 2, and 3, of raogec 3 and 4. ' own;fcip 3, o' ranges 5 red 6 Town hip 5, ef rjng? 13. I- t'?e distri.t cf lands subje t to sal3 at Ba*e ? TILLE : Vorth cf the base line and west of ths fifth principal meridvtn Townrhir. 7, of rtcg;f 1 nd 2. To*n hip 16 of range 4. Township 14 of nnge 5. In ih- district of larla eubpet to sale at Washiro ton : F?uth of tie base line and uest of thififth principal m-ridian Towmhip 2, ot r?.ti<re 19. Towr.ship 3. of renga 20. Township 6, ot range 21. Tewsbhipg 5, and 0. of range 22. oviieliip 6, of raiig* 25 Town:hip* 7,16, a^id 17, of range ?4, V^arurbipe 8, 17, 18, 19, and 30, of x*Dgo 25. "kwrMfi 15. 19. and 20, of range 26 Tr.wnrhip419 and iO of ravge 27. Tow-ebi; 20, of r?nge28. la t " di .frictof Kmlisaljfctto Eale at Ct.itKS* vzfE: Aorta c.j iht bate lint and wst of the fifth principal meridian. To.<n.-hips 1,2,?, r,nd 10. of range 18. Town hips 2, a* J !0, of runge 19. j T7nsfc:ps 2 ard 3, of rang-* 20. iownsbip ?, ( f r%n?e 2i. Town hips 3 and 4, c f ranges 22 and 23. r.>wr*' ips 4 ind ft, of r?ig-?<? 24, 25, 26, and 27. Townships 4,5 a?d 6, of rang? 28 Townships 6 an-* 6, of ra* sres 29 and ''O. 'i.':wn:,hip 5, ol ruvges 31 and 32 ALSO, That all h? andd citca.el in the sa?u State In the following named towr.'hips, in addi i n to the Undf hrretcf re roasiVrd and not ab ve restored, ??ill be r^Herved from ?ale or entrr (cxocpting for k-re. mptiona) for the purpose above .-pecifi^ until further crdtrs. in th? district cf land-, subject to'a'e st Cms v.llx: N rth cf the bav lir,x and <-ait tf tht fi fth principa mervdiar.. Tr.wrsl ip 10 of raiu'e 1 Jr'-r.h ~f the bate line and wrtt of ihe fifth principal m>,ulian. Township 8,: f raugr li. la tb-<lis<rH of IanJ? ?ntject to fal.: at Little Rock : 17or(h oj tie bate line and west ofthi fiflh principal IH riduii. T .^rnr<hip 7. of rang-; 11. of the bdkt line and west of the fiflh principal mmdian. Tcwu hip 9, of r*nge '6 Tvunihip 10, cf rarge 17. Ia 'he di'trfct cf lam J ru'jsct to s<?l3 at Wash ifO'C.t: vfUhofthe butt line and west of Ihe fifth yrinapcl Meridian TownshH 13, cf range 21. Township 14, of range '22. ' TownsLip^ia an3 14-, of rarge 50. >'a hs di&ti.'ct of l;nis subject to sa?e at Coak paosole: | .'out;, of the bate line and wtst of the fifth principal meridian. ! Towc?hip 1',cf rang?? 18 and 19. i TowasLip 12, cf range 20. ! Preempti'D claimants enti'led to any of the ' ^1>- v cle .tioned UimIa to be roi;ored to market on i "ton-lay, tbe 18'h d*v of Jure next on Pett'emente nlr-ady mRd<e, or which mi* hereafter be m*de, it > "?aige te 1 nhouM g>e nofiet- .j their claims, and If- tne pr-.of^ w;;h the lmd offlseri before 'he day npp intcd fo: th3 restoiation of th- Unds, bo a? to protect tbfir c aims fro.-a private entry on and after j 'hat d<y, and prerent mn<h difflculty anddelav; j a .id <"iaim.:i t? ur.d'r the set of i7th Msrch, i8i4, must file their j reoft und make par meat before tha i day of restoration, or the s*mc will be fo fcited I under my han<{, a; the General LaLdOfflce, i? ti e city cf Wa:b!ugt->j. this lhirt!e>h day of ?prii. Anno D-mini. 0..3 tliou^anJ ei^ht hundred u?d fl;'ty-fi? . y order of taa President: JO0N WILSON, emT 3 -lawflw CommUioner [No. 534.] Noti<* of th* establishment of an additional land district in t/u Stats of California W1IT.EA? undnr the prcTisions cf the act of O ogre*., appr red March 5. 1853 eatit ed, 4* -.n act to provide, lor the aar7ey o? the public land i-> faiicruia." <.c . tte Pr-silent ot the United r Utee is sithori?Md at such tlma or t.:mes at in his judgraent tbe public in'ere^t m=iy so imperatiT*ly require, * ? ? * to divide the late rf California into two or three separate land fiinrlct". two of which digtricts wer? e-Ubiished nn der 8-\;d act by public notice, dated 21st Maroh, and where*-' the survi.-* and B'tt'emfnts f.ave extended in O-JlP-rnis ro fnr that the conve. lii^ncc r.f the settltra an t the public interest require tee fct*Lli*hment of tbe thre? distrlcta authorised by the act < f the 3d March, 1S53, ?for?sa:d - ow, therefore, b? :t known, tha* under, and by r utk rityof the sai i aet of Consrws of 3d March, the President ef the Tnit-d : tates has direct d that the State of C4lif:>rnia shall be divided into three reparate lind districts, tbe boundaries 0f wiiich are as fol'ows, vtx : All that p*rt ofth^ctate, c^mmencirg on the Pa co??t, lying north of th i line between town ?r.5j?s f^ven ua I ei?ht(7 and 8) north of Mount Di f-.b'.B ba e li"e, ibeace rv.nting eafit on said line to theme') ;?T!. l.eiio# -outh on the meridian line to tbe l ne tiiv: iing townships three e.ndfour (3 and 4) north of s^id tase li e, therce east oa said line be tween to?D?hlr.s three and four to the eastern bonndsry of the Stste, wili form the "'Jpper his trict," the land office forwhich h^s be-n established ft M-vrytvilU. All t>jat 1 art of th? Htat-? Win? south of >he ahove described l mita and n? rth of the line dividing towel ship^ twenty and twenty-one, south,(or fiflh stand ard will f rni tha "Mii^le District," the of fi e for whic1! a at Benicia ; and all that part of the State lying sou h of tbe standard paralbl the ? Lower District,"as h-r'tolore organixe 5, tbe office for vhich t* es ablithei at Lot Angclo*; and in view c ft.he *>id dire-'ion of the I'reeident of the lnit?d ? tates under tbe act of Congress afore<aia, the oundarien ?>b've mentfooed hhall in luturebe r-gard?'t &3 tliuliijit * ol tlie said lc.nd districts rt* spectiveiy. 4u?lTfn "n;Wr ay h*cd at c:ty cf Washington, this ?jinth div of April, A. D. 1855. Fy c rder of tbe Pre >iient; JOHN WIL30N, Comoirisionsr Qeaeral Land Offlis. ap 12?l?wl3w " [No IW7J Notice of the Removal of the Land Ofie? from Clinton to Warsaw, in the State of Missouri. UNDCK authorlt* of the act of Congr-ss entitled *zt ?athon?lng ehaoges in the location of i-?nd Olhoe-, apcr-ved March 3, 1853, it is hereby decUrwl and made known that the land offise for the ssle cf the nobllc lands et Cubton, Missouri, Will be rem vo f Wabs%w, Benton cjunty, in the SUte, en the first lay of July next Giveu undrr my ha-d, at the city of Washington, t ii? fifteenth day of May, Anno booini one thous and tight hand ed and fi ty five. By order Cf the Praalient: JOHN WILSON, Coxazal?*ioner of QenVi-al Land Offloe. may 17?lawflw LAND WARRANTS WANTEIX rPIIE undetsigned will pay the highest price for J. Land Warrants. 8lock* bought and sold on Commission. HAMILTON G. PANT, No. 434 Pa. avtmue, Washington, may 29? lm Clnti Union) DO YOU WANT FIRST RATE ICE CREAM? ('1 O at once to ARNY, Bridge street, Georgetown, X h? wa-< nwarden a MEDAL by the Metrnpoli , tau Mechanic*' lustitute, for ICE CREAMS, WA ITEU iCEd, and CAKES. way 38?coil r NOTICE. THE WHITE BOTTLE PATIL ion, ftc , has been rented for tht reasou, and is (eady for the reception of visitors. Large i d small parties can be accommodated with Me*l?, lie. For particulars apply to WILLIAM CORK, on P, between 91st and 2&1 streets. No Excursion parties except those already en gaged", can furnish their own caterer except paying e jtra for the use of the house. By order of the MANAGERS, may 91?MWfcFlm [No. MS.] Notice of an ettablixkmcnt of an additional Lane Ojffic* in the Territory of Oregon. IN pursuance of the set of Gongrrss approved Feb runry 17, 186\ entitled "An act to establish sn ftdtlilonaJ land diet ictla the Territory of Orefpn," to b> cal'ed th* Umpqua district, emVacinK ail the la? J lyia ? south of the foirth standard parallel, ft is hereby declared and made kT,own that the land office for sai l distr'ct has! e?n 1. catsd bv the Prw-i dent of th? Unit?d Stat s at the town of Wlnche'ter in sa'd Terr tory, until other^ire ordered. <?iv?n under my hind, at the city of Washington this 17 th day cf May, A. D. 1855 JOHN WILSON, Commissioner of .leneral Land Office. rasy 18?lawl^w UN TED STATES MAILS. J Post Omct Drpartxkkt, May 16,185*. PROPOSALS for oarryir.g the mails of the United ^ States from tho 1st day of November, 186\ t~? the T>Oth day ol June, 1858, inclusive, In the State ot MICHIGAN, will be recMv.d at the Oontraet Of f c* of the Post Offlos Oepartm nt, in the city of Washington, until tbe first day of Acgust next, in c'usive, to be decided the next day, on the route ' an i in the times berrin speivfi *d 13164 Fr.',m Carp Kiv;r to Ke-wenaw Bay, 7ft mile* and back, once a week daring the cu pernios of navigation, say from November 1 to May 16 in each ytar L-ave C-up River MonSpy at 0 a m Arrive at K^ wtcaw Bay next Wednesday by Leave Ke*w<?naw Bay Thursday at 6 a m Arrive at Carp River next Saturday by 8 p m 13187 K^ewemw Bay. b/ Portage 15ntry, Ho'ifchwn C ifron, FaxloR var, Katie Harbor and North Wrst Mine. t-> Fort Wilkin.*, 77 miles and back, once a w?ek Leave Keewenair Bay Thursday at 8 a m Arriv ? ?t Fort WJlkins n?>xt Saturday by 6 p m L-hv* Fort Wi.'kin* Mr-nday at 6 a q - Arrire at ffe^wenaw Bay next WedncsJay by 6 p m 1318S K--wenaw Bay, by Ahonquln, Adventure, and Roc Un*. to Ontonagon, 60 mile1? and bnck, o oe a week Leave Keewentw Bay Thursday at 6 a m Arrire at On'ona^on next Saturday by C p m Lt.ive On'ona.on Monday at 8 a m Arrive at Keeweraw Bay next Wednesday by 6 p m Fcr instructi ons, with conditions to be embraced in the enntr >et , see the advertisement for mail pro posals d->ted February 10,1855 * JAMBS CAMPBELL, may 17?lawiw Postmaster General MILITARY HALL. I IIE undersigned would respe tfuliy iaform his friends th't he has 'aken the establishment tor meiiy known as the " Arlington House," whirh he iatends opening on Saturday nex% May 19th, as a Restaurant of iht* first order, and feels assured th.v he willh ive I.IUITORS and CIUAKS ,v the choicest brands, 0\ S I EMS, GAME and FISH, in season and every other article in his line to suit all who should (ayor him with a call. F. A COOK, may lb?colm* WE WOULD NOT GIVE A DOLLAR FCUl ?JjL TUE TINCTURE HAMPTON EV ER MADE ?Thus spoke a u i*e and good man, but mark the change ! Let the }.fflicted hear him, and then decide whether to suffer on or be ma^e whole. Ye professional men, with ruined health, hear! ' Rev. Jakes W. Hcrhicct, the talented and inde pendent editor of thai highly popular and extensive ly read paper, the Christian Banner, published at Fredericksburg, Va., in his editorial ot the 18th of May, 18o5. thus speaks of HAMPTON'S VEGE TABLE TINCTURE: 1 "Some time ago we merely al'uded to Hampton'* i Vegetable Tincture, with a promise of noticing more particularly the great r. lief wo have ourstlf derived from its use I?uring our collegiate course, owing to sedentary habit-, we became quitedyrpep tic, and were very much troubled with vertigo For more than twelve years after leaving college, w? were laboring under these two afflictions In the spring Oi 1830, our general health became so deiic&l? that it was with great difficulty we could attend to the ordinary oi oar profession Evcrythie ? we ate immediately turned acid, our digestive or' i gans became wholly deranged; losing as It seemed to us, all their activity and vitality; we were ron-1 stanily depressed in t-pirit, our energy almost fer tock us, and nothing but necessity urg?d us on to action. 1 We had taken strong medicines, observed gr?>at particularity in our diet, an i all to no purpose We had despaired ot ever iecovering our health, when a female friend of ours importuned us to get i bottie of Hampton a Vegetable Tincture, asuunnc ua iha? i we would find great relief from its use. We brn fly reph.-d, "tor #x>uW not give a Holier for ail the Tint \ twe Hampton ever made, so fiir as our own individ ual health was concerned." We had no faith in it nor any other medicine in effecting a curc on us. In the kindness of her heart, however, without con , suiting us about it, she sent and got one bottle and urged u* to accept of it. and for her sake, as it could not p;m<ibly injure us, to use it according to direc , tion For the hi?h regard we had for her and her act of kindness, we promised to do so. And with out cxageration we can truly say that before we , had used the contents of one bottie we felt like a new man We used, consecutively, from ten to fifteen bot-1 ties. We were ah aid to give it up, fearing our old uiecases might return. Since then, our digwtivv I organs have been uniformly corr. ct, our head clear I and so far as our labors, toils, liabilities, reFivmsi'i bdittes, and worldly cares will alio*-, our spirits have been buoyant, and we eat what wt please, ?"d as much as we please, and when we please? and all u well. For the sake of the afflicted wc nuke this statement, hoping that others may find the same relief from its use that we have. It should u**" 7i cv^Iy ,ami,y- No family should ever be TURE" T ? N '3 VEGETABLE TINC Lawycrt, Doctors,*, Ministers, in all th? Departments ot State, Ladies and Gentlemen in the j high* fct walks of life, as well as those moving in the most humble spheres, epeak of the cures on them ?elves friends by this wonderful articlc. Call and get pamphlets gratis, and see cures c. Coush, bronchitis, Rheumatism, Neuruieia, Dv pep-ia, Nervcusaess and General Weakness. Asa female medicine or for delicate childien we beli; v< it unequalled. Sold by MORTIMER & MOWBRAY, 110 Baiti more street, Baltimore; and 304 Broadway, N. Yori Cbas. Stott h Co., J. B. Moore, D. B. Clarki W ^.Bowu*?? w. Elliot, and H. McPher soh, Wafciimgton; ;Usa. by R. 8. F. Cisbrl, Geo-sr town, and C. C. B.rxt, Alexandria, and Dy Drai gists ever. shs e. * REoV?/!N LANAHAW, PASTOR OF THE | EXETLR STUEET, Sf. E. CHURCH.?A ?Kong desjfc ;0 benefit the afflicted induce* hitn i thus to ccmiy. V/e challenge any other medicino to present such a mass of tesiimony froru gentlemei and ladies o. h:^h standing of Qyr own well-known citizens, wno testify of cures of COUGH RROJtf CUITIS, RHEUMATISM. DYSPEPSIA.'fcc ? e^ltimor*. January a4th, 1855. Messrs. Mortimer ^ Mowbray: I take pleaittre in saying to you that I have used your "Hampton's Tincture" wiih very great profit, i'rom a serious taroat affection, mv general health had become very much impaired, when I com uienccd to use ?? Hampton's Tincture." L found ?V e my general health most salutary I My nervous system and digestive organs soon ri"hi ed up under its use. [ I have several times recommended it to my mends, and in every case, as far as I have been in formed, they have use it with success. Youri truly, John Lanahan, Pastor Of Exeter Bt.. M. ?? Churchy B&ltUQnTc. BLEEDING oFtHE LUNGS. Monger ? ?^'N' C" F'b 8' I do here iy certify that about twelve months aso with a s,cvere hemonhage of the Lunis and had four attacks of it I was advised to lt v l f? Hampton's Vegetable Tincture I procured one uouJe, and after taking which, I was satisfied that Iwas much better; and that, after taking th* fourth bottla, I was entirely well, and now I enjoy as good ' health as ever I did in my life. I can and do wiii? I out the least hesitation, recommend 'the Tincture to allpereons afflicted in my way 1 roun' ' Gao. W. Wiiiur, ? . J:LTRE FITS-READ! . I More to the 8irk than Gold.?From one of the most i respectable Druggists in South Carolina. mj, Lharlrstor, B.C. Sept. 21,1853. I Messrs. Mortimkr 3l Mowbrat : The **!?? *? your Hampton's Vegetable Tincture is increasing tvcry bottle sold recommends this valuable medicine to the afflictcd. 8everal S our planters have tried it in different cases with aston hling success, and are getting rt by halfdozenT n haa boea tound to be the greatest remedy for rheu matic affections, and a wonderful cure has been wdffimfieh'v 1 n?lr? to*' 8Uffena* fron. Fiu ' wiah Ua m m R number certificates if you r.n' af?' ?*nlle:ueB W. G. Trott. f'muh n ^ .P^phlHs gratis, and see cures of E^' ^Bronchiug, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Dys ^u^!7?USD(^and QeneraJ Weakness/ As a K ' dellC*!e chUJre? ?? *"??? I MORTIMER k MOWBRAY, 140 Balti-1 ChjTs STwiJ?a!l<?0rel an<l ^ Broa<lw?r. N. York i'i mpfikV ** Moor?, D. B. Clause, wi EiUOTtand n. McPrzr- 1 ,; al?, by R. a. P.Ct saL, DOCTOR HOOFLANKrt CELEBRATED (German Bitters, PUPAEUi ?T DR. C. K. JACKSON. FhilaA'a., Pa., WILL BPTBCTUALLT CPU V UfEft COMPLAINT, DT&PRP&IA, JAUttUX, Carouse er Nervous D+Mty, Dimmm * Ac Kidney, and all Anmn anting fmm a irrfirwt Liver er Aeeaoei. r?ucli as Constipation. Inward Piles, Full net*, or Blood to the Head, Acidity <if the Stoma h, Nau sea, Heartburn, Disgust for food, Fulluees nr Wcitht in the Stotnarb, goui Eructations, Suik iug or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swim mu.g of the Head, Burr ed and difficult Rreathing, PI uttering at the Heart, ChoKing or Suffocating Sensations when in a lying Posture. Dimneea ot Vision, Dow of Webs before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head, Deficiency of Peraptrauon, Yeliownes? of the Skin and Eyes, Pani in the Side, Hack, Chest, Luulw, &c., Suddea Flu-hca of Heat (turning in t he Flesh, Constant Imagui tngs of Evil, and great depression of Sptnu. [*lfE proprietor, in culling Lie attention of the public to tnis preparation, does ao with a feel .g of the utmost cngfldecci' in its virtues aad adap tation to the due:^! for which it is reciwiuended. It in no iit w and untried article, but one that has staid the test of a ten years' trial before the Amen crn people, and its reputation and sale is unrivalled by any similar preparations extant. The teetinr-ny in its favor given by the tnnw prow irent and well r .own Phydemi and individuals, in all paru ol the country is immense. Tlit following from North I'ntolina is respectftiUy sub t itt- d, referring any who may still doubt, to my "Memorabilia." or Prac tical Rocrrpt Bookj for Farmers and Families, to be bad giatis, of all the AgenU tor the German Bitters. Principal Office and Mv<ufactory, 190 Arch sl, Pni.aaelptna, Pa. TESTIMONY FROM NORTH CAROLINA. Certificate of Dr. Hr. Smith, o* rine Hill, Rick mend County, N. C. Pike Hill, March 4th. 1854. Dr. C. M. Jacbsow, Philadelphia?Dear Sir: I have been a subject of Dyspepsia, ui Its worst f. rm, '."or th" last five years. Such was my condition foi .weivr months th it the physicians and a'l who saw nie sa<.'. I must die. While in this condition, I was carried to the watering places in Virginia, Tennes see and North Carolina, but was. not benefited by any water to which 1 was taken. While on uiy way home, I stopped a week at Rutherfordton, a -m*l village in North Carolina, to try the effect of some Chafybcate water in that piace. About the last of the* week, I went into a drug ftore to get some medicine for my" child and myseif. There wei<; -evera! of the village physicians in the store, and one of them seemed to take some interest in my ca?e nnd, after asking me some questions, said he had bren a dyspeptic, and had been greatly bene fitted by the use of " Dr. Hoofl-tndV German Bit ters," prepared by you, and lie insisted that 1 would try t!>e Bitt?r? He also called the next dap at my room, and insisted so much that I would try them tbat I as^ed him to get ine one bottle. He did it, and I commenced taking it as directed, and I do say J was more benefitted by it than a!l the water and medieirv I had ever taken. After reachinr home one of my neighbors came to ni*! for a prescription and medicine, (he a dyspep tic,) :in*1 i *ave him nearly all the Bitters I had left, tvruch effected much good in his II" has often ?p.Med on me for more of the same knd of medi cine, saving he was more benefitted by it than any ? ?tiler he hail Taken, but 1 have not been able to get 2..y more for him or mysolf s?;?. V." , -J, there ire, please ship me a d-?zcn or more as soon as pos sible. R?-?pectfiilly yours, W. SMITH. D. R. HOOKER, Roger's St^re, Wake Co., N. C., i >tober *24.1853, says :?u Havini experienced very crcat benefit from the use of " Hooiand's German Bitters,*' in Chronic Dysentery and functional de rangeoit nt of the Liver, and its concomitant evils, i am desirous of obtainine a luantity of it for the benefit of my community. You will, therefore, plc??e send a lot, kc. flic. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J. ATWOOD. !iU*TS7ILLS, Yadxik Co , N. C rNov. 1st, 1853. Ml'. 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 aken, hiv? entirely failed to do. "Hoofland's Ger man Litters" have cured me of the most stubbotn and agsriva'.cd case of the tiles tliat, perhaps, ever fell t? the lot of man My case is not a stranger in tnis community, as I am well known in this and the tirront-.din? counties, and can truly sav that my re covery has astoundev! all my friends ond relations, as 1 had tried evcrj thing rcoominended, and nothing did me any good until I was prevailed upon to try tlie Bitters. Yon arc at liberty to p ake any use ol shifc communication, for tlie benefit of the aChcted, vou mjy tiiink proper. Truly yours, WM. J. ATWOOD. These bitters are entirely vegetate, they invigorate ! and strengthen the system, n?ver prostrate it, and can be used for infants as w II as adults. For sale by respectable dealers everywhere, and t,y Z. I). OILMAN, Wa-hington; J. L. KlDWELL, Gjorcctown; and 1. R. PIER PONT, Alexandria, mar 1?lv OARTEK'S SPANISH MIXTURE. Th? G.aat Parlflir of tton Blood I hot a Particle cf Mercury In It kb Isi&mcu Rxmidy lor Scrofula, King's Evii, V;eum*tl?a?, Obstinate Cutaneous truptlfas. Pliaple? or Pu?tules ou tb? fece, Blotches, Boil?, I O^ropl" Sore Ky?-i, lling VVcm or Tetter, 8raid Enl?r^*TBeut and Pain of the Bonet and iointx", Stcbborn? Ulose?s ByphfltUc Disorders, 'jr.:nf:^go. j'plnV. C'P~.plaTta, ana all the flmm -rtdo^ Trrra an injulioi- ur use of K*-r?urT, In praii -ncc< in " ifr, or Imparity of the Blood. pJTTi v&la*bl* Medfe'ue, ahich ha- become o?ls? i bra ted for the number of ?xtra- rdlnary lures, ofeeted through Its agency, has indneM the profrl -torj, at th- ur? nt r-queet of their friends, to offer It to the public, "rhich they do with th? utxo r-st con ?. j^nr-a in iia virtues and wonderful cur=!ire piop rr J b Tlis fcDosrlng certlftcatec, (elected Iron a large number, are, however, stronger testlmocv thau tha mere wctd of the proprietors; and are all froc <rectHmen well known in tVlr locaiiMea. and of J,h' Ligheet respectability, taany of th*ra residing ii. the olty of Sichmo> d, Vn. ?. POYyfciN, Keq., of tht txchange Hotel, Rich mond, known everywhere save he has Men the t!e<V loins ca>led CAana'3 Sri'ten MiXTcna, administered lu over a hundred c&aee. in nearly all the dieeves i lor wfelehit Is reconunonded, witn the mo*t H?ton t'Jtlngly ?0O"i result? De cays it is tfcs uoettz U?er1 Jiarv msdlciDe he hea ever aeon. AGns AND Pf:7l?R?GREAT CUR*.?T hereby -rrtif7 ifcat fbr three vee.** I ted Ague amd Fever of t :i" m^t vl-lest d.'Toription. I had several Phv sl lattr, took large quantities of Qninlne, Metcnrv. wci I bel'eve ail th? Tmi^ a^lvn-t-.-ied, but all with tct ? onnanent relief. At last I tried Carter's Mirture, tro bortlet cf which effectually cured 3se. and I s?n haopy to say I Lava hal nelti^r ? hllle or/ere? s 3lcc?. 1 cons'-ier it the beet Tonic In this worid, and v';e cn!y medicins that *ver t >ched lay nasa. JOHii W2:3DIK. UzAVsr. t>rrrn, n*r Rtebzondi Va. C. B. L'JOJi, liJfL-, now in the city of Ulchasnd _sd for tuauy jeaii in the Post OS-sn, haa rach confidence in the r wJsbinr efliacy of CarterV: Spanish Mixture, that he hac borght upwards of W bnttles, which he has givon twt?y to the afflioted.? Mr Luck a?ye he has never tnv/n it to full when taten aoooraing to directions. Dr. M1KQK, a practteing PLvrician, and fcmierly M the City Hctel, in the city of Eichuocd, aays Le witnessed in a number of inmanoee the electa ol Carter's Bpanbh Mixture, which nere moat truly surprising. He says In a eaae of Consumption, de pendent on the Llv?r, th? good effe"*s wars wen derhsl indeed. 8 A.'113 EL M. DIUNKlft, of the firm of Drinker * Morris, Richmcnd, waj cured cured of Liv? Com piaint cf three \ tara standing, by the nee cl twe b-tilee of Carter's 8pani-h Miiture. GHKA.T CURB Or 8CK0PULA ?The Sdltori of the Riebznt.nd Republican h;d a servant employed in their prc^s room, cured of violent Scrofula, con Lined with Khecmaiiun, which entirely disabled him fttia work. Two bottle? of Oarter a Spanish Mixture cade a perfect cure of him, and the edi tors in a public uoace, say they ^cheerfully reeom menl it to all who ere aClicted with an? :Uk*?* of ihe blood." STILL A30TIHS i.TJEl Of 8CRG1 TJl?A^-I )?d a verv valuable bey cured of Scrofula by CarUr'c Spaniah Mixture. I consider it truly a valuable medicine. JA3iX8 M. TAYl/^E, Conduct: r oa tha E. F. and P. R. it. Co . Richmond. Va. | 8ALT E.IIETM Of ^WK^^TY YEARS STJLirDIKa CliuKD Mr. JOHN THOMPSON, residing in the elty of > BJchi^o-ad, was cured by three bottlea of Carter's Spanish Mixture, of Bait Khenm. which he had for nearly treaty years, and which all the physitAarui of the attf oruld not cure. Mr. Thompson u a well knowr feeethant in the city of Richmond* and his la maj* canarkabie. WM. L.MATTHEWS, of Richmond bad a at iant cured ef Swphilie, in the worst form, by (Meter's Spnnuh Mixture. lie aays he cheerfully reoom mand? it, and ccu^iders it a very invaluable medi cine. EDWTN BURTON, oommlsaioner oi the revenue, ?ays ha has ? oen the good effects of Carter's fpanieb Mixture in a number of Syphilitic caeas, and aaya it is a y-rteei eure fcrthat hcriibke diseaee. WM. fl. FT AH WOOD, el Richmond, cured of old Sores an* Uleers, wh<ch dL-abled hi a fr?m w?lkin<. Took a flaw bottles of Carter*a Spanish Mixtor<% and was enabled to walk without a crutch, In a ehort time permanently cured. Principal Depot* at M. WARD, CLOCU tCo^Sa SS Maiden Lane, New Ycrk. I. W. DYOTT A SONS, No. 183 North Second *t^ Philadelphia. BENNETT A BEERS, No. 12ft Main street, Rich wnd. To. And for sale by CHARLES 8T0TT, Washington, D. 0; HENRY PEEL, Alexandria, and by DraggiaU everywhere. Price $1 per bottle, or ax bottles for fk ee? 31?lv TRAVELERS' ? TO E WIg?TT. im? between Wuhirfton ini?Whe^ bat 171 hoare! J tiunnvig time Irtwti* Washington ^ CinntuimJt 27 hours !! Through Tickets and Baggage Checkj ^ be had in Washington !!! THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD UAVING ereatly improved its Wi-*U;m c^^ t:or.s n:>w off^ri ttie full.*?? inducrnM?',i travelers betwr?n WvMnitnr., Ba)ti?i<ire, portions of tie We.-I, lb- >' rtiiwrrt aud tl;f S<m. west The ?<xin'ctiui) between Iht train# fmn irgtoV and the train* bound w? ?t tmni Balnine always promptly made a; the Washington Jua.i^ (iately called tlic Relay H>hi<) 9 mile* fro? Eat more. This i? tlw only ,chan?e of car* require* tweec Washington and the rjii-. hv? r. B. fr-ifr ? cti^cM throBfli to Wliee!tr,g at the WiKhhjnt ??auoo,nnd rocbeekrd at>d tr*n<ferred there, (wnh t?ic paevngors) without char*.-, f<?r those bulriuw through tick) ta 'or poinu beyond. The conn* cuns train.- l?ave Waehinecm daily a: C a. m. and 4% p. m On Sunday* at the tatter hour only. > At Vlheeiitif dire i eonnccfton ia mMi with t aiosoftheCENTRV. OHIO KAlLRt ?Alt. raa ning from Bellaire on the Oki*. netr Whteiia# t!irou*h Cambridge, Zanesville and Newark, u COH MCU8- Tln-e trains crai.oCt at Newvfc with ihe cat* of tlie Newnrk. Mans6< Id aid Sands*. k> ItnMrond for Sandu-fcy, T??!??I?, I*eUoit(Chicaf? St. Louis, etc. At Columbus the C. O. k-.i road connect iv, th the last trains of the Little M ami Aouro A uj Xenia, CINCINNATI, LOUlrtVtLLfc, eft. *, A'enii (on Little Miami Railioad) rono<rtioaa firmed with the trelna through Dayton, to INDIA* APQLIS, Terrc Haute, Lafayette, CMcafa, l>Und, St. Louis, etc. Xjr Passengers holding tlirouaii tlekeu lor Mm fhu ITckt'-vrg, b'atckci, New Orlejtu. etc<f *h?ca are also sold at Wa-b.ugtvn -are transferred at Oae cmnati to the Mail Si< aui-vs on Uic Ohio. TieMu far Ev.insvillc, Cairo, and St Louts are <wdJ by fa route. ?#?FOR CLEVELAND, and via Cleve!aa<l ? Tuied s Detroit, Chicago, etc , tickets an- at*, when the Ohio is navigable between Wta^ehm tti Wellsville (fort) nulea) where a connect! ii wia the Cleveland and Pittsburg Railroad is bade. Traveller* are rtqucs ed to notice tin* wsQttkfc i.? the only route aftnrding thr<>ugli tickets and ck^kf in Washington, it is also the shorte*, mo?t ?pen*v, and direct to nearly all the leading point* m u? great Went. The fr m Washing* on toCia cinnatf ih but 653 miles, being about 100 mile* tttor, i r than bv any other roof ! FARE "BY THROUGH Tl< KETFROM WA8B I NOT* ?N : .To Wheeling, $9 50; Columba* |I3 6, l>a*lon, #15 50 ; Cincinnati, L<?UI*Vi|>t. by ra:!niad .?l^ftj. by !Wan>rfrna ? #1M? I'ianapolh', ?17 50; Cleveland, $12 15; Toled '.flj 80, D tniit, $15 80; Ctucaeo. i|Qu 65 and flV S+,? Louis, $"> 50 and $25, Memphis, $96, N?w0i |. ;;ns, $31, etc. * tOR PREDERK'K and HARPER'S"?E?T M ARTTNrtBURO, BERKELEY SPRINGS, Cl'l RERLANli. BEDFORD SPRINGS, Piedmont, 0*. land, and Faira:ount, pa;*enr.-m may leatre Wmv incton at 6 a in or 4^ p. m. For the n.innr way station' between l.alumor- ?nd Wiieeliog, l?k(l & n train from Washington For trtin- to and from Baltimore, Annapoiit, ctc., see special advertisements. further information, through tickets, ae., apfdy to TH08. I!. PARS ?NS; \g nt, at Wnkw ton oiation. JOHN H. IX'NE, Ma^ti r ol Traniip'trtaooa Bultimare and Ohio Railroad, Baltimore, may 3 tf V* ASOINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD CHANGE OF HOLRS. ON-and after Monday, the 33.1 insiant, the I will Leave Washington ai 6 and ?% a. m., and 3 ad 4* |? mi ?>n Sunday at 4% p m Leave Baltimore at 4 if ud IH(( a m, and 3aad 5J^ p m On Sunday a'. 4 ii a m. apy3? tl T. H. PARSONS, Agent. Mott Eddeil'? Lin* ? KK W FOR K. ALE XJt NURlJI. WA S KING TOM CITY. A.VD DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA PArKETS. I^HIK LINE OF PACKET,i SAILS WEEKLV 1 from pier 14 Ea.?s River, New York, and ofl'-M if necet?^ary, and ar<" comjs cJ of Use fol!owiag fir=t cIbsk vt-'sdele: "?cw schr. A. V. Bedell, Bedell. maner. New schr. Mott Bedell. \. V. TVdwell. Schr. Anr. D., Wm. Olieer, master. Sch*. Volant. L. A. 8mith. master. Schr. Commander-in-Cktef, Wogl_o>, RiUi. Schr. Greentray, Wi!~ n. n::->ter. The^e veaelx are all la>4 aruiers, and the men of experience in the tra j., knd the only rtga iar line of Wc.-hingtf.n C'tv na. Vet-. MOTT Bfcl/KLL. Wall stmt, N. T. 8. 8. MASTERS a SONS, Alexandria, Va. THOMAS Rn>EY, feb 1?<5m Washingtoi: and D C. CRAH0K AJTD ALXXAFDSIA Iif ILBT13. On and after Tuesday, A'ar. 7, 1854, rf UK Cars lenve Alexandria dally fcr C'rl"*** J vllls wad Ip'/hhUU rtaUnna at 7 jf c't'^X. a. dL, on the arrival of th? "ocat frcrs Wa"htn;u.r, iHving anpls time fbr bre*kfas* cn beard <"ja urrtiag at Miluw with a trsi- for ?*.ra? berg, at Warrectoo Jo f^oa wit1; a train fcr War rentoa,nnd at Qord -niTiHe with th? t.fir* oc th? Virginia Orvtrai Ra'-rot.j nrII'rhsjoad,Charlotte^ vl! 1?, and Blauntoa "The oai-s l?av= Octdoas^lta WIt ft-r Al?xa-.dr<i and Interaediat* R?a:!.>n3, at 12. ?. ej tbs arrival of t5i? :raii>? o? the Yi-friniaC** tral rsol rcid from RJehxaoal, Cfcrriorv^nrilU, inJ ?ta*_r:ra T^HOO-jH TICKETS fioza A:zzaulr<alc ?'? W ? ? " ttort.?u5VWe o ? * Obarlct>eTlile * ft m e- StaanlM- 5 W " * Etrvbarv-^... X to 14 *- Lracibnrg 6 " *" TSrneh"Fter ? b M ?*' K Lnrav 4 Si " * Hew Uirfcet - C * u f _ i 54 Far L'S'-uitu-X cd??;uit? wf;!i th* r'~4"* *? C-iartfikesrille, cn Atoocuya, vi d ?<.-i*y*( aai fS oaj.'a. jfor Laraj and New Market, u onaot?-g with th: ? ajree ?t Ouipopw.onT .e*oay?,Tliur^i?r ,uri b-i crday. for Winchester daily, eonaaoriiig ?i? the etiri et Flfdaon* for ifiddlebarg daily, oo&neotim w'.ti **?C At the Plains. Par order: W. B. BB00UTT, Ag*i* pov T?dtf FOB MOUNT VERNON. On TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS. Paea round trip $1; from Ak* andrii 76 oents -The THOMAS OOLLTBR lsa?s? Washington at ? and Alexandria *t 9U o'clock CoadiM >*t- the Oapito! for tha boat at 8? o'oH Coach far? '0 centr. - Paitone ?ishing taa Ooaahej will iatra l^eir re* dsn:* *;:h Geo. A Tboa Parker Refrefhxnentr on the boat 03t dU ?AM*L GKDN1T, C*!>t 3HK fllCW YORK * LIVKUPOOl UNITED STATES MAIL STIAMERS7 rrwi SHIPS C0MPEISIN0 TU1B UNI All 1 THJt? ATLANTIC. Oapt. West PACIf 10, Capt Nya, Ci-LTIC, Capt. OsaMlock, ? ADRIATIC, Capt. Graft** These ships have bean built by oontrac*, express ly for Ocrernmant aerrioe; every oara has bae? taken in their con^trwetfon, ae in tha Kngtne* M inrara strength and apeed, and their acomaods* tions for passengers are nneqoalled for a^aganse and oomfort. Prioe of paaaage fro* New York to Urmrpvl M flrtt cabin ? Second Cabin? ????????????????? a ? a a aw of ?xtrt stste roonii SCS ,yr0In Liverpool to New York ?30 and An uperi^uoad rorpeon attached to each ibifTa No berth can be secured until paia foe. for freignt or patrnge apply to kftWARD k. COLLIN? * 00 , M Wall street. Kee BROWN, E HIP LEY A 00 , lirerpcoL X. 0. ROBERTS k 00^ IS King's Anus Yard, Loc4m> JOHN MUN ROE A CC , * Rue Notre Dame dee Yl^toirei, Parti. GEO. H. DRAPIR, dawo. Th? owaerj of these rhlpe will not be aeaonntaMt for gold, ailver, bullion, specie, jewelry, prscioo* ftOMs or metals, nnieas bills af fading are dga? therefor, anl tha value thareuf therein ?ip*e-afd 16?41 v BAlXDie HOUtK OF FAIB0 ft ROCKf^ Opvtmte VnUed 8tate* Ttr**mnr . . BONDS, Stocka and tXhur ceowitsae and aoM. \ . Intrrr.-t at the rate of ?ix p?v cyai fO am^f " towed on deport* wtta left m ft W^T1' I

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