Newspaper of Evening Star, June 8, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated June 8, 1855 Page 4
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: >J1NG STAR. ROBUST OF LIWOOLH BT WILL I A* CT7LLSW BBYABT. M-rrily i winding on briar and wwd, Ncar to the ne?t of his little dame, Over the mountain ride or mead, Robert of Lincoln is telling his name; Bob-o'-link, bob- V link, Spink, spank, spink ; Snu* and sate is that neat of our*, Hidden among the summer dowers, Chee, chee, chee Robert of Lincoln ia gaily drest, Wearing a bright black wedding coat; White are his shoulders and white his crest, Hear him call in his merry note, . Bob o'-link, bob-o' link, Spink, spank, spink ; Look wha t a nice new coat is mine, Sure there w? never a bird so flne, Chee, chee, chce. Uobert of Lincoln's Quaker wife, Pretty and quit l, with plain bruwn wings, Pacing at home a patient life, Broods in the cra?s while her husband Mngs : Bob o? link, bob ?>' link, Spink, spank, spink; Brood, kind creature ; you need not fear Thieves and robbers while i am here, Chee,chee, chee. Modest and shy as a nun ia she ; One weak chirp is her only note. Braagnrt and prince of braggart* w he, Pouring boasts from his little throat: B<>b o' link, bob o'-link, Spink, spank, spink ; Never was 1 afraid of nrm ; Catch me, cowardly knaves, if you can, Chee, chee, elite. Six whit* eggs on a bed of hay, Flecked with purple, a pretty sight 1 There as the mother sits all day, Robett is riiiKinc with all his'm ght: Bob n? link, bob-o'-link, Spink, spank, spink; Nice good wife, that n-ver goes out. Keeping house whUe 1 frolic atioul, Chee, chee, chee. Soon as the little ones chip the shell Six wide mouths are op*n for food, Robert of Lincoln bestirs him well, Gathering seed for the hungry brood. Bob o? link, bob-o' link, Spiiik, spank, spink, T is new life is likely to be Hard for a gay young fel'ow like me, Chee, chee, chee. Robert of Lincoln at length is made Sober with wcrk and silent with care; Off is hir holiday garment laid HalCforgotten that merrv air, Bob o' link, bob o' link, Spink spank, spink. Nobody knows but my mate and I Where our nest and nestlings lie, Chee, chee, chee. Summer wanes; the children are grown; Fun ami frolic no more h? knows: Robert of Lincoln's humdrum crone ; Off he flies, and we sing as he goe?, Bob-o'-link, bo. -olink, Spink, opank, spink; Whet: you can pipe that merry old sUrain, Robert of Lincoln come back again, Chee, chee, chee. Reverses of Lifb.?Mrs. Flood, "well known in Arundel, and formerly landla dy of the Norfolk Arms Hotel there, died in the workhouse last week. She was brought up respeciably and twice mar ried She lived at the Norfolk Hotel for a great many years, and was much re spected, possessing some considerable abilities particularly mi forming pictures front the wings of insects, for which she acquired a local reputation. This was a pet pursuit, and on most days in the summer she was driven out in a gig. and employed her time in catching insects totoi'ow out her favorite amus mcnts. At the time Mrs. Flood kept the Nor folk Hotel there were about forty pairs of post-horses standing in the stable. This was before the railway passed by Arun del, and as Arundel was the only thor oughfare between Portsmouth and Brigh ton, a considerable business was done at this hotel. She had accumulated a mu seum at the hotel at one time, including many articles entirely of her own work. Becoming embarrassed in circumstances she was compelled to sell the whole, and being gradually further reduced, and deserted by her husband, she applied for parish relief. She had been an in mate of the work-house for nearly six years up to the time of her death, and was 67 years of age.?West Sussex (Eng.) Gazette. \Xy~ The Arab's tent is small, but he has sunrise for his front door. AhKlVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTiflA National p.ctti r n wn.Litj Capt S d I lay. Pr J B Prestoi., O J T Pinion, Md H Emersuii.jr, do T Waodall, do Rev M McKenn**y. Md W T Smith, do WFoitH-rtNY B C Dufficld, Pa H Wadsworih, lady &u4 J W \?iii, M.n son, Mass O K Day, N1 S Wadswcrth It lady, do C Swackbaraer, NT E Read It lady, do D Con&uine, do C C Hubb&rd t. lady, Ct J Goorbrick, Pa J G Briggs, NY J T <J.-rd?.n, Va S M Young k lady, Pn H T Hamilton, NY C H Carter, Mc J Jackson, Va C Waterman, La C L lienton, O W Carpenter, Mass G H Ccnway, do G C Fox, do T C, Pa E W McKinstry, Cal K Wilson at son, do G B Wilson, Md Rro-?ai' Holel?'T. P. k X. bbowk. B Hodges, DC T A Auldniau, Md J N J?mcs do D B Tajlcr, Va C M liammett, do J W WutHon. NC J F Moigun, do W P Clarke fc lady, la J Biowr, NY Miss B Crunim< y do J Brown, Pa a Putney & lady, Va G Williams, d" G H Smpnon, Md I* D Debmetre, do J B Tium, do J Jones, do M Cohen, do H C Jarrctt, Md B Mipgitt NC E H Eaverson, do J E Sears, NY G ?' Stewart, Va H Helleany, Md ? Downing, do G W Thompson a lady, C J Fox, M:?h Ind W Hopkins, Mi Dr R Smith, Scotland T S Nafest, do T A Forman. NJ R S Lee and two ladies, 8 S Day, Pa* do G C Hotchkiss, Ct J D Stone h. lady, do M Z Rutherford, do C K Benson, do Wtllarda' Hotel?h. a k j. c. w:lla*b. E A Ryther fc bro W Mitchell, Va CC Hudson, NY L S Delapimn, do C Knap, Pa Mrs Brooks and lister, Mr Price, U8N Mass J Trye, NY W E Houghton, do L B Sweptrd, do G R Ghiselin, Ky W D Kennedy, do R T^broy, O E Cooper, da J Howard, Md A H Che- ck, do A V Hotchkiss, NY a V/oodruff, Ct Mrs Davis, do A Shnver. Md Hon J Kelley, do J Ritchie, NY Mr Mullany, do Mr Todd, do Fnltad 8tat?i Hotal?i.e. hicdit. J Turner, Tex Arensen, NY R J Sluncen, do JE Allen, Va J Lownes & lady, Pa KB Allen, do Mla? Lownes, do P J Van Veantin, NY Mi*s (! Pratt, do H A Bro ddus, Va L A Bergy. NY A McD Lyon, Ct W Kaske. DC J E Clark, do J Gre?n k lady, O Maj B F Harris, Cal i t^wood Hobis?J. H &. A. KIUWOOD J S G?ny, sc E T Montague, Va JL* L Boager, do W S Tbamas,Ga A M Lea, Tenn Hon W 8 Ashe, NC J Piggott J 0 A?he, do M NRohrback, Md Udy'BC ?B?eali,do J Miller. NY Dr E L Sheehy, do G E Ma tiugly, DC Mr HcbucUy NY W M M&eon y' Hniton Kloasa, Alexandria, v. * utWTOB, rtonirroi. S G Millar, NY D W Hairnet and neic. J M Harrison, lady and Va ' daughter. Va Dr J R Waltou, do E J Ballard, M l J B Lee, Tenn Dr Stone, Va Dapt Day, NY M P Hows, NY T M Crowder, Va J H Ddwnrds, DC E Taylor, do R M Marshall. Va M Slaughter, do J A tarter, do JC A Bowen k lady, do G Ternll, do TN Ashby It lady, do F ,mdy?110 Rtv F Mc Far! and it lady, l>r 8 R Wiy, do "* do ' ^ 8 Downing, do S.H< Jackson, do N E Everett, do do Miss Wickham do G D Mercer, da Alcana?, +) WAMIUBTU'I 8T0TB M?WDF.%PT;,IIV, K. nm of Pa. am. and FJemfntk itrett. Sole Agency for CHILSON. GOULD (JO 'S Warning and Ventilating Apparatus M. POND Si CO.'S (ot Boston) Union DouMeOren booking Ranee. J. L. MOTT'S (of New York) INVINQIBLF- double-oven range. Constantly on ham!, and receiving LATROBE STOVE*, for heating two storing; Parlor and Cham ber GRATES, Enamel ed and Japanned Cooltinc. Hall, Parlor, Chamber and Dinme Room S OVES; Tlain. Tinned and Enamelled Iron HOLLOW WARE; Bloek Tin, Planished and Ja-anned WARE " in great variety. All of which will be sold at the lowest-possible rates, that wili compare favorably with any L-^tah lighment south of New York. An examination of mv stock istanvslly solicited. p.t)13?3m J A3 SK1RVIXG DENTISTRY. R. MUNSON respectfully eails public attention to Ills new patent, and GREATLY IVS PROVED method of setting Artificial^ T<- th, wi h Continuous Gum-the very PERFECTION OF THE ART. This sty lu ofTteth has the following advantages over all others, viz : GREAT . STRENGTH, CLEANLINESS, COM FORT, and BEAUTY, vicing with Nature in these respects, and in some olh'T* excellin?.^ Public in spection is respectfully solicited. Please call Rt'.d see specimens. CAUTION.?No other Dentist i.i the Dytrict of Columbia has a ri*ht to make this style of Teeth. N. B Teeth CfRstitu'ionally healthy, plugged ani warranted for lii'e. office and houre at No. 2? 8 E street, m-ar the corner of Pennsylvania aveuue and 14th street. aP 24?^ FOR POOR ANT) LABORING MEN. SMALL BTJILPINQ LOTS of 10 feet ?r ster-- I vurlouf jartaot tb?City, and GecrReia^D.-* L'S'ff jjriw, *?? Uizii to suit. -?-LOYI> A <~v" IVIliUlHCI STl'IK, for sale, deliverable at the Canal, cr Wbure? - WafibL)jrton, Georgetown, cr Aler*ndria. LBOYD & CO. iSth 3Lri?i. >pp ?rr>*r>arv S?ra-iai*.t, i? 3* ? D NEW POLKA. THE CHEVY 4UA3E POLKA, composed for and dedicated 9 Mi>x> Sally L>. Bradley, by J. D. Saunders, Esq., of this city, whose composition* have always met with such great public favor The merits ot the piece are such as will introduce it among All lovers cf inus.e. * Price 25 cents. Jnst published and for sale by HILBUS 3c HITZ. The President's Mounted Guard Quickstep, com posed by tne accomplished Pianist, Mr. Robert IIel Pt, will appear in a tew d.v.'s may 12 DR. THEOD. HANSMAN Keeps nis otfi^e hours from eight i<? ten o'clock a.m. No 503 Seventh at-, Ofj> Odd f ellows HalL may 23?lm" ? WILLARD'S HOTEL, Gtd Point Comfort, Va. I^HIS 8PLENi?ID SE V SHORE HOUSE IS NOW OPEN. Board per day . ?8 9*1 Board by the week, per c.'jy 1 50 Boa'd by the month, per day 1 25 Baths free for the gnests may 10 ?lei ? C. WILLAK'' & BRO C ILVER WAk E, PLATED WAfttt O AMOFlNfcl ?*A r.\ COO is 3.?Silver C Tee and Tea Sets, Sii^ar Bowla, Creun -Inp*. G'AIets, Cups, Spoons and Forks. Also, a ere it variety of magnificent Fancy Silver Ware, suitable fur n:csent?. Plated Coffee Sets, Castors, 1' :sfc''is, Spoons and Fork", on l?e?t Albata. The articles are warranted as repr.'toaUU, SJid will be sold at a small advanc. H. SaVKKV 3S0 Pa. avtnue Let 9Ui and Mth ftr?;i ,).?(' -J9 -ti" FISCHER'S BAND FULLY CMiAls BCO. U A VINO now completed all :ay ? rraugement XA ''or a first r-itf? BliAHS ar.d COT II. I, Of. B AND. 1 am asain at the service of the public t>.? attend Excursion P;?rti?-s. Exhibitions, Parade-, Pic Nice, Balls, and Serenades. Ail foose in tavor of a eitizen's band are respectfully invited to encourage our en erKi-e, nen in Washimu- n (Jity P FISCHLR, Lead er. P S.?Tbi? Band, tin er mv dii etion,Ljre?uiarly uniibrmed, and trom a practice over twenty y ars I can rive tatisfaction to every one. { Residence, Pa. ayenu^, north eide, bet. il.ii atd 10:"n streets firrt dr*>-r west of Iron lial!. Orders left w;?l; Messrs hilbus !i II tz panetually attended to. may I t?lm' Private Medical 19a.ti.9n ea rax PHYflOLCG CAL TIE " ? MAR"I'9,^ ur P?. B. LA CKU1X. H. I) jOi/tAXf, N rv; r.-^a a-i 1W i-.-u st.d Oo!e-?d Uttc ?>r.rbj ?:?d Tls^t ?#- p^fca r>?s~ ? -ii? im fr*' <"r>nrtv*tou;" of th* rnlou~?tC -CHRAi'KST E7RU -*r r'-v PUBLISERL, ?a4 cta^r.* 'v ?** "j H?*r'y d tible the quantity ?. rr^dlMif ;aatt< * tl t '>* *l,? riTTi CI :>7e. 0.:; f>0i*l Ml PUB',10*.7*" >k It ? ?*.t? i tl:* PIT(ii< i GY y:S MARRIAO?, acd "hf c*" *T*t l^nnallf-sfecJ^ar ' . --t . w*-h and aiaUrit;. ^ f-lting frcju e*:^?-T?fci;b . _ ::i* destroyth*phyeleal ~<-n * fhafc?r ta! rowr-s, virh cl^rr*.'. ca? ft. ir? ilutiV aai difliiaalifiji.:!: - \ ;.T-.d tiielr ?ith ilthr^Ta^hf'-, iilufitr?' i :j I.. ana^&cy pbyiiclogy, a:'d .?s rf tf - re^ 3 j-Jtitt: organs of both and ft?.t3"car A ;npu<?r iai c ijipr^heniS tr?% t:se oa tte iot*ef and cwai-r-.. f ,-jingle au<| r-ar tied iif'r?^Hpo/ 4-P'^^es, xccr tf s? : i-'.ig vt:?'a?luhuu.: *- ?'? 1 iJiftvt,.!.> oasn?lbe:i Sb'.Iatlo? 9f d ra;r. ~-,<TtZnt to t -1 j?nter=r.lfc;i.i^: at. v v ?H1 overcc;. < jsclljuj to it; i.' :. ?.??'*??? *, ehould ILi k. poriant step w1' out Irit ecr ^uliiu^ Ita - OGHC-aaUifes o: ,t? -lit-neea . l u?<Hr.*it:ea>?asiit p: I jcl! a few** r>u*:y to old aye, oacb ewe tjrapL jr-ally iil.istr*^ ' by beaatKt plates^ Mcroaa debility, iU OiUti H tud cure, tsj t preoers it once a nin ^1;., ..fn a*.. ef clciL th?' fa-lure Li :j2l:.#rfViO'-ruIij fi>t duly ma'^emfnt?aa o%. y on Bp* ' ?tli rrj:*' *i observations oi; ?* safer, aiid moiJ ? af-u - ! ?, ?.f v.~p?-' eMtwnary bin'. tv the tvi' . sciti v? from caspr i cal practio??an e rty ca ail *?L:eu5<w froii !rdiicr.;U^u, wli uiu r.^-i ?? rc. sn 1 j viilcL all per~">uaca^ cutj t ?.?rm'elv^: wI^Jidu* c?^-;uiy? reutediaa ft>? IbMA fu-lf tndijtad nis(2xb;2 ml ociated iic-is eo unnirtuu i" y |.rsva.?5.t !r. tr:e luc: IT. !c a truth? w! adrirer i.) .Lo nrr. i A tbot^ont-Rpie-tliig ic?uriage. Ita perx'ti pa., tleular!^ reetoiaiU'jnded to p- ;?uiua >-u'rg w sret doutts of tbefr pkj^rju iZ, c-ui t!u r:-, x>Dwk-n= of taviua LaiarJ l tiia baaiLb, bapa.nesc ?od prlv'>.^6 t.- v Ush every ran ij -i,. ttued SC. Price p.* cc";'r, Oi "va copj-c ?~.x c.v ? 4 :.t Ltr. !Ia!lf" t^e -if ]>r--r?.;e to hay p?r ;i li.a t*;J id Stated N. B.?Those "oc prefer taay oeiidr.ii : :.I len.vr Ovk-i: ary oftbe vMeh L!: r-~ h <? ? a tbi-'t .- v *7 n*n. M^nice to nny yart d tire Union aoecrdlsg to dfecctlous, ita&l) pAe'ie=l and <rar?fuay ?f*?ired ftvci all cbMrvetlon. Addn?M IV. M. 9 t \ CROIX Ic SI M 'Mea ot Poet OZC&e iiox fc. v>, A.baziy U. V. ? OfSvs cpeii dally from t t r. . > ; r. ui, 5.--> 1 r>n Baaday frcia - until 6 p n. *#-"Office Ilauto-vad fro^j No. t4 LMVei'ct to Si Stliies* Lh.h?, Albiuy, Y. *cc y JfiNE WATCIIi^. HAVINO made & considerable addi.on u? my stock of SOLD BCNTtae f ATI XT LIVKRS, and UADlXd' WATCMKi) Of first quality, heavy lb caratj .CUM. Aleo SILVER WATCHES for boyu. I offer them at gre.uiy reduced prices. The movement* are selected with great care, and every Watch is warranted. Persons in waut uf a line timek'jcpei ato iimted to examine my &j?ortment. H SEM KEN No. 180 Pa. avenue, betw. UU: and lvui ?t5. mar 30 FIRST PREMIUM PIANOS. JUST received, several P::im>- from the celebrfctrd factory ol'Steinway k Som, New York; one in Louis XIV style These P.anos are in every le spect the l?est now made in the United States; they received at the late Metropolitan Mechanics' Fair the first premium (a silver medal) for each ot their Pianos exhibited. Every person admired the volume of tone, hi welt ai the workmanship of their instru mtnts. These, in addition to my other slock of Pianos, f?rms the best and largest collection south ot Masou's < nd Dixon's line. The p-iblic are respectfblly invited to call and ex amine before they purchase elsewhere, they will piTmS?1* iw'ee* and reasonable terms. a ? 08 to r,nt -always on hand, and Becond nand Pianos taken in part paymeut for new ones, at my Inano Wareroom, No. 498 Eleventh st, above Pa. avenue PR. C. PEiCHBNBACII. may 14??m>1hi* L WAMTKD, for j which the rti^hosi pricas will be paid bv - . CH0BB HR(;THEUH, nia? 31?0 (Intel) opp, u>e Trua?ur\ PROPOSALS FOR STATIONERY. ? '% Tuastot Dn-AtTMHT, May 12,1866. SKPARAT2 PR0P03AL8 for tarnishing the sta tionery required by thi - d"pa. tmen daring the ?-<??&) year ?mdiog June 30, ISf-G, will be -eceived until 12 o'clock m.,nn the 3ath day of Juno next ? Those uiH<icomp*oied by saTlsfa-tory t-stim:nfals < f ability to ful ill the contract will not be consid ered. All the articles must be of the vary be t qusMty? fourteen sampled ot each afticle ' uat acedicpany the bid The sample of the p rty to -shorn the contract iray be awarded will be paid for by th - dr p.rtm?nt: the others will be return? 1 to the re Roectiv* parties. No bid will b^ coiioidcr ^d when the a-ticles accompanying it are not of the Vet qua'ity. and suitet to tae *a- ti ot tho Cepartment; aid inferior, spurious, or imT^atio i articl.w wiU subject the b'd to rejection at the ple*=nr? of the department. / Ka-h proposal muff be ?igned -y hs Arm or in dividual making i', and mwt s ec.fv a price, an t but one price, for each and every article contained in te schedule: and, ae without naiforml.y there in th* department would it difficult to make a de, n-me will bn taken mto consideration liules? i a' stanti-sly agreeing therewi h. All the article? to be fund-he 3 must be of tho b?t qualify, and delivered without d>!sy wren or dered. to the aat'sfactioa of the head ot the office for which they nre required. The department reserves t'? Hsel' the rl??ht of cr dw fiR a greater or less quantity of each and every article contracted for, as th? public service may re qui-e. Supplying an interior arScle at any time will be ^med sufficient cause forthwith to ?edu1 the c-n tract Bonds, with approved e curity, to be given by the pennon or per.v>n;i contracting; sod ir. ease of a 'ail nre to supply tho article*? required, thi- contractor and his sureties shall be liable for the forfeiture sp?c'tied in such bond as liquidated damage. Th? subjoined li-t sp*cifles as nearly as new can be done, the amount, qaadty, and description 'f aaeft of tho kinds of artices reqcir*d: t8 reams folio post, satin or plain finish faint lined, and trimmed, t<? weigh not less than 17 lbs per ream ?40 do foolscap, hand mad?, fni'it-Hned, ard trlaimel, to weigh not less than 12 lbs p rream 20 do foolscap, machine, faint lined, atd triro med, to weigh net l?s? thats 12 lbs per ream 11 do foolpcap, plain, hand-made, faint lined, and trimmel, t.o we:gh not less than 19 lbs per rf-am 5 do foolscap, plaiu, machine, taint lined, and tiin med. to weigh not I'M than 12 lbs per reiim do fccUcap, blue laid, band made, faint Hn d, garden pstterr, cotrm nlv snown a? despatch or consular paf-er, to weigh not 'ess than 10 lbs per ream 394 do iunrto post, band m?de plain, 'aint l'^ed three side*, per ream 83 do quarto p-st, machine, plair, faint-lin^d thr-e sid-s, per ream 12 do quartopost, band made, plain, faint lined four sides, per ream 5 do quarto post, machine, faict-lined four sides, p r repm 17 do quarto port, reoch, faint lined, thr#e sides, per ream 27 do tote saper, gilt, per re;.m 18 do do pi*in do '2 do mtdium psp?r, for books, per roam 62 do coi'j,hj? paper do do 4l> do envelop paper, y- llow or buff, royal, per ream 7 do do- do flat cap, white or blue, per ream J do inrxe thrown envelope, par riimXxk 20 do bloiting paper, royal do 277 dos-n '-f-ds Parry's best metallic pens, p?r cozen ~rds 61 do do of all other manufacture Id use, j-er doirn cards "'> sruaf ia'tallic pens, best quality, per gross 12 J! quill, No SO, p**r M. 1 'u quill*?, No. 70 do . 6 do3?n ever pointed silver pencil-:, with goll ps -s, p rd^zen 10 do g id Brown's or equal, pe-dozen & do silver case" for the i ame. per d^zen 8 grors o; lea-is for ever point-d pencils, assorted riz -s, per (?r es 317 -h-z^n t-est. black leal pencils, p-rdcz-n 10 do red-!-at} r!?:,ci'.f-. p r iozen '5 do fold rs ivorj. O iich. per dozen 320 do red linn ?sco ted. per dozen 75 do pi k t 'i te. n?or:?a colors an 1 wi jth-, in hanks, p-? drzon 4 d > poucce faoxe?, of ir "ry, per doz?n 1 do do do cocjt do 5 do tan-< bores do da 1 do Jo 'in (!i 9 do tt ife st?'.-,d'?, or boxes, c -coa, prr d-^zrn 17 do erasers. P.- d^cr- & rfon's, ivory handles, genuine, (?fr S- z -tj oi do penknives, Rfdgi;r A 8f.n'e, cr equal, 4 blade-', bn^khorn or p^arl h^ndbrg, ^^n vire, per ilozee 11 do ws er Ft*mps. ivrry batdles, per doz^n 1 do do do ligcum-Tita; bandlee, i-er ?ozen 4 d - oftlt - -h ?ars, 11'nches p^r dozen 4 -Jo cftlcs P^if.iors, p. r dczen 11 d-; ink=ta- i? cut ela-v. recetilly invented f- jt-.triin, movable tops, o^r dozen 4 do i ksfands, c?st iron. p*r dozen 6 do Pr nnh pump Cliica inr>'s'*nds,per dozen I ; gallons h?ct ink. black, tbedepartmpi)t tohav* oh ic- of the market. p?-r saUc n 522 lioK'es ink. Da-''; (h:- ?I"partment lo have ohoic-' of tic mnrk-:t, p- r quart 5 ? uarts ink. r-d, th? d-?f artment to have choic? of U-- marXe-., p - quart 46 bottles in- bhi" tho department tohavechoics of tha uja k-% per quart bottle ?27 do ink, red tb,> departm-nt to have choice of tke marke% in % pint bottlrs t.i-r hot 'e - 20? do cer-nine ink. small size, Fr?nch, cr eau*l V'TbMlt 4 ' ; 48 do ink b^st copy'rg. ^ pint bot^pg psr bottle 1<KK) 'Ast-rs, la*ge id; f r dep-r-ment sea5, per M f 1*9 po-JUu *wr.-rs, c uun -n -;za, r~d p- r pound U7 do sea(i -W;ix, best ex'ra superflne, scarlet, r-i' pound ^ ' <-"o do black, per pr.uT>d 34 do lc id rubbrr, prep ued. per pound 1 do do unprepar?*l per pound "'"S ; ,.i Mick per quart 20 onnc-s r ounce, r?r ounca 1 dozen t in. r'ri ha'r pencils, a-*s rted, perdcz-n 170 p isnds twiaOj lli.en,per pourd .ifi4 do do cotV>^. per pound 141 H pocket env*]ope.s, <f whi e or yollow pnper. of tbe ;? ]!o-ring sires, via: PV ty av inches, p?-r hutdred II dozen rolerr;, maLogany, round or flat, per dozen 1 ' 44 do elastic p-n-bo! ?ers, Alden's. per dozen may 14?law7w NOTICE. wniTs hoult: pavil &C hns beei routed for the and ia itady tor t!ie rccrption r.f visitors. Lru*?e a d ;?mall parties can b? ac-.-ommodr.ted with M?!s, Sc. Tor particulars apply to WILLIAM OOKE, on F, between 21 t and 22d streets. No Excursion parii--s except those already en StUed, can furnit>h their own cnterer exse^t payin? 1 < j'ra for the use of thu house. By order of the MANAGERS, may 21?MWJiFlin [No. 638.] ? ?<V( vuo.j Notice of mi estabtishmf.iit of an additional Lanr. O^c in the Territory of Oregon. IN pu-suai'.e >f the act of Congresa approved Feb ruary 17, lSii'^ entitled "An act to estabM'h an r.'iditior si lanl dipt ietiu the Territory of Oregon," to b called th-? Umpqua district, embracing a 1 the lar: I Win? south of the tourth standard parallul, it i^ hereby declare! and made known that the lard oSce for sal 1 district ha* reen located bv the Presi dent of th United 8tat-s at the town o' Winchester In Ba:d Terr'tory, until otherwise or>Je'ed. I ,iv?n ander my hnnd, at the city of Washington \ this 17th day of May, A. D. 1H8& JOHN WILSON, Commissioner of General Land Offk?. trty 1??lawl'iw MILITARY IIALL. j I1K undersigned would respe ttully inform his 4 friends that lie has 'aken tlie eKtabliuhment Ibr ineily known as the " Arlington Hou-e," which he intends opening on Saturday nex', May 19th, as a Ue^taurant of the first orde', and feels assured that he will liave LlUUuRSnndCIGAUSoi the choicest brands, OY81 EHS, GAME and FibH, in season, { and every other article in his line to suit all who| six,Hid i4i.Gr hiui witli a call. F. A COOK, may lS?eolai* IF YOU READ ADVERTISEMENTS PLEASE notice that I have, fresh (rom ;hc es tablishment in New York, Heekei'ti Self Raw ing Flour, Heekcr's Grits, Hecker's Maccaroni and Vermacelli, Hecker'? Farina, one paper of which, at 14 cents, will make a superior dish sufficient for fifteen or tv/enly persons. Also, Oswego Com Hiareh and Corueua, a great variety of M dllard's preparations of Chocolate for eating <md drinking Baker's superior Cocoa poste from wliich, in a few minutes, by pouring txjiling water on it a very superior cup of Chocolate can be made. When dollars and cents ar; made a study and at the saxae tim tupenor article for health and econ-1 omy ii required, you would do well to call at KING'S | Grocery and Variety Store, comer Vermont ave nue and I streets, a few steps northeast of Jackson Statue. may 11?wtf IxTyOU WANT FIRST RATE ICE CREAM? O at once to ARN V, Bridge street, Georgetown, X be was .oward? u a MEDAL by the Metropoli tan Mechanics' InJTitute. for ICE CREAMS, WA* TER 1CE?, imd CAKES. may 85?toff 17RENCH VISITING CARDS, extra thin, and * ??f the finest finish, just imported from Paris di rect, by FfMNCK TAYLOR. may 15 WASHINGTON AQUEDUCT. Ornct Wakhikoto* Aoimhjot, \ Wa-hington, March 7, 1856. / PROPOSALS are invited fbr graduation, stone and brick mumtj, damn, tunnels, and otbet works or the Washington Aqueduct. Proposals received up to the 8th of M?y will be opened at noon of that Jay. Map*, profile*, and specifications of the work will b* re:idy for examination oo and after the 20th day ot April next Proposals will be received for the work of particu lar culverts, bridges, he., as described in the plana and specifications. Portions only of tome of th? works can be com pleted under the present appropriation, but all the contracts for unfinished work will be subject to fu ture appropriations by CongreM. The Engineer re serves the right to prescribe the amount of work to be dons and rate of progress under such contracl for each appropriation, and, in case of the appro priation not holding out sufficiently, to decide when and what works shall be stepped until funds become available. In ca?e of the en'ire stoppage of any pnrticulai work for want of funds, the reserved ten per cent, will be paid, if, in the judgment of me Engineer, the work has been properly execatcd so far as it hae gone. Payments will be made in specie chccks upon the United States Treasury) upon th?m"nthly estimate* of the Engineer, reserving 10 per cent.; and it will be a condition ofall the workmen khfJI b? paid their full wages monthly and in specie. All bids sh iuld he sealed and endorsed "Propo sals for work on the Washington Aqueduct." The United States reserves the right to reject any or all toe bids should they not be deemed advan tageous, and to make such arrangements n> ;i;ay br considered moat conducive to the progrt ss of the wotk. Every offer must be accompanied by a written giHrantte, (Signed by one or mere responsible per sons, to the effect that he or they undertake that the bidder or bidders will, if his or their bid be accepted, enter into an obligation, within ten dayj, with good and sufficient sureties, lor the completion of the work undertaken; said guarantee to be accompanied by the certificate of the United States district judge, United States district attorney, navy agent, or some officer of the. General Government or individual known to tne Engineer or Department of War, that the j*u*rictors are able to make good their guarantee. PMm will be opened in presence of bidders if any of them choose to be present. Form of Onara To Oapt. M. C Meigs, U. S. Engineers: We, the unJersigned, resideatr. of - , in the Stall? of , hereby, jointly and severally, covc uant with the United States and guaranty, in case the foregoing bid of be accepted, that he or they will, within ten da s after Che acceptance ot said bid, ixecute a contract for tils same, with good and sufficient sureties, to perform id ? work or furnish the articles proposed, in ccnfoimity to the t.:rni8 of the advertisement under which it was made; and, in ease the said ?- should fail to enter into contract as aforesaid, we guaranty to make go id the difference between the offer by the a&id and the next lowest bidder. ~A. B. C D. I hereby certify that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, the above named Guarantors are good and sufficient. E.F. M. C. MEIGS, Captain of Engineers in Charge, rnar 7?ootMaySkwtf WE WOULD NOT GIVE A DOLLAR (7?OR ALL THE TINCTURE HAMPTON EV 1? ER MADE.?Thus spoke a wise an., good man, but mark the change ! Let die afflicted hear him, and then decide whether to suffer on or be mane whole. Ye professional mm, with ruined healii. hear! ' Rev. James W. Huknicdt, 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 ot May, 1855 thus speaks ot HAMPTON'S VEGE TABLE TINCTURE: "Some time ago we merely at'uded to Hampton's Veffetable Tincture, with a promise of noticing more particularly ihe great r. lief we have ourseif derived from its use During our collegiate course, owing to sedentary habits, we became quite dyspep tic, and were very much troubled with v; rtigo For more than twelve years after leaving college, we were laboring under these two afflictions In the spring ot 1850, our generr.l health became so delicate that it was with sreat difficulty we coulu attend to the ordinary dimes of our profession Everything we ate immediately tmneu acid, our digestive or pans became wholly deranged; losing as it seemed to us, all their activity and vitality; we were con stantly depressed in spirit, our energy almoct for sook us, and nothing but necessity urged us on to action. We hid taken strong medicines, observed grent particularity in our diet, and all to no purpose We had despaired ot ever recovering our b*;aiiii, when a female triviid of ours importuned us to get i bottle of Hampton's Vejretabl* Tincture, assuring us hat we won'*' find great relief from its u>e. We briefly replied, "we would not give a dollar for all the Tinc ture Hampton ever made, so tar as our own individ ual Ueal.n was concerned." We had no faith in it nor any other medicine in effecting a cure on u-. !ii the kinoness ot her heart, however, wi:hout con suitin? us about it, she sent and got one bottle and urged us to accept of it, and for her sake, as it couid not possibly injure us, to use it accordint to direc tion For the high regard we had for her and her act of kindness, we promised to do so. And with out exagerntion we can truly say that before we had used the contents of one bottle we felt like a new man We used, consecutively, from ten to fi!le? n bot tles. rt'e weie afraid to give it up, feeing our old diseases mi^ht return. Since then, our digestive ornns have been uniformly correct, our head clear, arid to far as our labors, toils, liabilities, responsi bilities, and worldly cares will alio*, our spirits have been buoyant, and we eat what w* please, and as much as we please, and when we please and ail is well. For t!t? sake of the afflicted we make this statement, hoping that others mav find the t-ame relief from its use that have. It should be hepi in every lamily. No family should ever I wnhout H \ M PTO N'S VEGETABLE T'NC TURE." Lawyer*, Doctors, Ba-.kire, Ministers, in all lh? Departments of State, Ladies and Gentleman in the highest walks cf life, as well as those moving in the most humble spheres, speak of the cures on them selves and friends by this wonderful article. Call and get pamphlets gratis, and 6ee circs oi Cough, Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Neur.m'ia, Dvs pepsia, Nervousness and General Weakne^ As a female medicine or for delicate childiea we be! it unequalled. Sold by MORTIMER fit, MOWBRAY, 140 Haiti more street, Baltimore; ind 304 Broadwpv, N. \ ?. j Cha3. Stott h. Co., J. B. Moore, D. B. Clare* Clarke &, W Elliot, and H. McPite* so*, Washington; aise. by R. S. F. Cissel, Georj ' town, and C. C. Brrrt, Alexandria, and bv Iru* jists every where. ^ REV.JOIIN LAM AH AN. PASTOR OF THE EXFTER STREET, M. E. CHURCH?A HKong desire to benefit the afflicted induces him thus to certify. Wc challenge any other medicino to present such a mass of testimony from gentlemen snd ladies of high standing of our own well-known citizens, who testify of cures of COUGH, BKt\N CKITIS, RHEUMATISM. DYSPEPSIA, Itc. BAi*i*onE, January 24th, 1855. ?Venrs. Mortimer $ Mowbray : I take pleasure in saying to you that I havo used 0 ut "Hampton's Tincture" with very great profit. k rom a serious tiiroat affection, my general health had become very much impaired, when I torn menced to use ''Hampton's Tincture." I found it- effect* upo.i my general health most salutary.? My nervous system and digestive organs soon riglit cd up under its use. I have several times recommended it to my friends, and in every case, as far as I have been in (firmed, they have use it with success. Yours truly, Johk Laiuham, Pastor Exeter st., M. E. Church, Baltimore. BLEEJMNG oFtHE LUNGS. ? m, Rai.eioh, N. C., Feb. 8, 1865. Mourt. Mortumr Sf Mowbray: I do hereby certify that about twelve months a*o 1 was taken with a severe hemorrhage of the Lungs and lmd four attacks of it I was advised to try Dr Hampton's Vegetable Tincture I procured one bottle, and after taking which, I was satisfied thut I wa* much better; and that, after taking the fourth bottle, 1 was entirely well, and now I enjoy as good health aa ever! did in my life. I can, and do, with out the least hesitation, recommend the Tincture to nllperaousafflicted in my way. Yours, Geo. W. Weaelet. CURE FITS?READ! Mar* tot he Sick than Gold.?From one of tb<- most respectable Druggists in South Carolina. CUARLBETOB, 8. C. Sept. 21, 1853. Messrs. Mortimer & Mowbray:?The sale of /our liampton's Vegetable Tinctnre is increasing every day, and every bottle aoId recommends this valua'ilc medicine to the afflicted. SeVeral of our planters have tried it in different cases wnh aston ishing success, and are getting it by half dozens. It ha9 been found to be the greatest remedy for rheu rnatic affections, and a wonderful care has been performed on a negro boy, suffering from Fits. I will furnish you with a number of certificates if von wish them. I am, gentlemen, yours, W. G. Trctt. van and get pamphlets gratis, and see cores of Lough, Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Dys popsia, Nervousness and General Weakness. As n female medicine or for delicate children we believe it unequalled. Sold by MORTIMER fc MOWBRAY, 140 Balti more street, Baltimore, and 304 Broadway, Nf Yoik Chae. Stott & Co., J. B. Moore, D. B. Clarke, Clark* & Bowlino, W. Eluot, and H. McPher ?ok, Washington; alao, by R. 8. F. Ci-brl, George town; and C. C. Uerrt, Alexandria, and by Dnig gists everywhere. feb 81?tr LAND WARRANTS WANTED. THE uudeisigned wQI pay the highest price for Land Warranls. Stocks bought and sold on Commission. HAMILTON G. FANT, No. 499 Pa. avenue, Washington. (InifcUmoD) ^ DOCTOR hootlancs CELEBRATED ?crman Bitters, nutTiUB BT DIL C. *. JACXBOY, PkOrft una co?uot?d wwm^mmk c2r*w y*? Vhromo or A?r*o?* DebiUtm, J) Bdmqp md aU di^ZTmZi*, ?rdored Liom- er Stotmmok. Such as rotwtipetion, Inward Pile*, Fallo?M, or Blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nau sen, Hrartburn, Di<put for food, Fullee** nr weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructation*, Sink in* nr Fluttering at the Pit of the stomach. Swim tiling of the Head, Hurr ed mil difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or Suffbcatinc Sensations when in a lying Posture, Dimness oi Vision, Dot* of Web* before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pun in the Head, Deficiency of Perspirauon. Ytllowncs. of the Slim and Eyes, Pain in die Side, Hack, Chest, Limbs, tic., Sudd> a F!u?h?-s of Heat Burning in the Flesh, Constant [niacin ingi" of Enl, and gren: depression of Spnus. ' l'HL proprietor, in cnlling tr.e attention of the JL public to thie preparation, doe* t-o with a fe? | nig of the utmost confidence in its virtues aad adap tation to the diseases for which it i* recommended. Ft is no new and untried article, but one that has 3toed the test of a ten years' trial before the Amen cen people, and its reputation und sale is nnrivalie<i Dy any similar preparations extant. The tertin<?ny in its favor given by the most t?rom;rrent ?rwi well Ktiown Physicians and individual'?, in ail parts ut 'he country is immense. The following from North '?Molina is respectfully sub iu d, referring any who may still doubt, to my "MemorahUia,"or Prac tical Receipt Book, for Farmers and Families, to be had gratis, of all the Agents lor the German Bitters. Principal Office and Marufactory, 190 Arch st, Philadelphia, Pa. TESTIMONY FROM WORTH CAROLINA. 'Certificate of Dr. W. Smith, of Pine Hill, Rich mond County, N. C. Pin* Hill, March 4th. 1854. Dr. C. K. Jacison, Philadelphia?Dear Sir: I have been a subject of Dyspcpria, in its worst f rm, for the last five years. Such was my coudioon fm iwelve months that die physicians and ail who saw uie said 1 must die. Wnile in this condition, F was carried to the watering places in Virginia, Tennes see and North Carolina, but was not Iwmefited by any water to which I was taken. While on my way home, I stopped a week at Rutherfordton, a ua* I Village in North Carolina, to try the effect of some Chalybeate water in that place. About the last of the week, I went into a drug store to get some medicine for my child and myseif. There were several of the village physician* in the store, and one of them sc <?med to take some interest in my case and, after asking me some questions, said he hdj been a dyspeptic, and had been greatly bene fitted by the iwe of " Dr. Hoofl ?nd's German Bit ters," prepared by y~u, and he msi.-ted that I would try the Bitters He also called the next day at my room, and insisted so much that F would try theci that 1 asked him to get me one bottle. He did it, and I commenced taking it as directod, and ( do say 1 was more benefitted by it than a!' the water and medicine I had ever taken. After reaching home one of oiy neighbors came to mo fr-r a nrescripuon and medicine, (he a dyspep tic,) and f gave him nearly all the Bitters F bad left, which effected much good in his case. He has often c.uled on me for more of the same k nd of medi cine, saving he was more benefitted by it than any other he had taken; but 1 have not been able to get any more f- r him or myself , *7". , ,, there ore, pleata; ship me a d?zen or more as soon as pot rble. Respectfully your*, W. SWFTH. D. R. HOOKER, Roger's Store, Wake Co., N. C., < <?toher 94.1853, says:?" Having experienced very Sreat benefit from the Us.e of " Hoofland's German litters,in Chronic Dysentery and functional de rangemcut of tlie Liver, and irs concomitant evils, I am desirous cf obtaining a 'luantity oif it for the benefit of ray community. Vou will, therefore, please send a lot. Ice. ate. CERTIFICATE OF WM J. ATWOOD. HpirrsviLLa, Yabkik Oo.. N. C , Nov. 1st. 1353. Or. C. M. Jackson?l>ear Sir: Allow me to ex press to you my sincere thanks for your dit-covery or a medicine which, to say the least of it, has ef fected a cure that all other medicines, that 1 have ^aW?n. }>?ive entirely failed to do. "Hoofland's- Ger man Bitters" have eured me of ths most stubborn and asitavated case of the pilis that, j?eri.a|?s, ever fell to the. lot o! man My case is not a stranger in liiis community, a* I am well known in this and the urrounding counues, and can truly sav that my re covery has astounded all mv fr ends and relations, as I had tried -verythingreoomniended. ar.d nothing did me any grv-d until 1 was prevailed upon to try the Bitters. You are at liberty t< make anv >ksc ot this con.ii'unicntion, for the benert of th< a'diicitd, you may think proper. Truly ><>urs, WM. J. ATWOOD. These blt'ers arc entirely vegetable, they it vigoraf aod str-.iieiheii the system, never prostrate it, and can br used for infants a* w. It as ndults. For s.!le by respectable dealers everywhere, and Oy t,. D. CFLMAN, Washington; J. L. KIDWfeLL, C( or^-town; and J. R. P1ERPONT. Alexandria. roar 1?lv I"! A PTf P'vi SPANISH MIXTURE. Tfte Great Pwrtfler of th? Blood I Set a Particle of Mercury In It '.n Ltxallolx Rxkxdy for SciofUla, KlngV Evil, 1'ijeumatiiEd, Ob?ti'^at# Outane?ai r.rnpt:.,r? Piicvles or Pu.ualea cu toe faoe, Blotches, fcil-, Chrculc Bore Eye#, King Worm or T*n?r, Brain Head, Snlftr^ment and Pain of the bene? aad ioiut.1, BteV?nu Uloew, Syphilitic I?jr??d?rs, Luaifcago Fiins' Oorapla ct?, m.| all th? tJsej.^ triuiLg frori i.n iajadi-tJcas tire of M-r arv, lir? are 1 c :e ic ' lfe, cr Imparity of the iiicod ? vsluA' !e Medicine, sthich ha; !>?coin4 C3lo? i for tlw mic<ber of *xty?'PdiBiry cures, through its agascy, hat- indac^J thj Lropri tfc" OriT nt r-quest cf th-ir ftiendf, to offer it to xht> public, which they io ?1th the utc^t con - ?e iui virtues aid wonderful curative prop ?rti b The fcllowiag certificates, telwted lrca a large nuiaber. are, however, stronger tosthn'm? thai the meie word of the proprietors; aaid *?e fell .ro;r. jontl^men we'.i known in their localities, ir.( >f the higher", resp-ctabllity, many of them ^eti J'.na ?ii the city of Eichuond, Va P. tiOYDfiJJ, fcso., of uie Exchange Hotel, nich ff ond, known everywhere asys he has seen *he Med rai' mailed Oastxx's Spawish .\uxtctli, adminictcnd ii e ver a hundred -aw*?, in nearly all the diceises tor which it U recommended, with the noet n,ton whinj;ly go->a refulte He eaye It ia the uc-ct ?x tntrdiniry medicine he h&fl <mr mn. AGUE AND FEVEi:?ORSAr GUI12.?I hereby tJtat fcr three ?eftrs I h?d Ague ?e.l Fever j c 'lis mr.'t rlclsntdo-^nption. I had eer^ral Phv dda&f, took large quantities of Quinines Mercury, aca I br. ?v? ail th.-< Tcni?3s *?ivej<--ed, bu. ail with out r^nutcent relief. At liui I frried Carter's tpunish Mixture, two bcttlej of which effootually eurei Pae. ind I am happy to wy I fca?e ha J neither I chlllii or fsverr. aluc-*. I rcnuidet it the best Tonic in this world, and ths ociy aa?4ieuia that * a reaohedayoaee. JOHN LCXGDKJ. * ilxAvin DiNii , ne?r BJchaocd, Ta. 0. B. LUCK, rfsq., ao-v in the ciL7 of IHchmcnd t.ud for many vears in the Ottos, hu such ooasdence In the f.JloiUshlng edScacv of Garter'* Sjanish Mixture teat he ran Wnt upwLr? of M bottles, which he fcaa given ?--?y to !!'<s affiicted.? Mr. Lack says fce has never known K to fail when taken according to direetiona. Dr. MINGH, a practising PhydoUn, and fcnaeriv of the City Hotel, in th* city of Hicbaond, aaye he has wlktasted in a number of instances the eSlmU of Carter'e Spanish ^iixcure, whlah were moot truly surprising. lie says ia a oas? of Coaflcuaption, de aeaient on the Liver, the good eifceig w^re won derful wtdeei. 8AMUML M. DKLNKDX of the firm of Drinker A Morris, Richmond, was cured cured of Liter Com Elalnt of three years Btsjidlng. by tha use of twr | ottlea of Carter's 8paninb Mixture. OttBAl' OURII OV 8CK0PULA -Tha Ml tors of the Richiioad Republican h*d a set vant employed In their pre.* room, cured of violent Scrofula, ooa bineu with aLetunatism, which entirely disabled him from work. Two bet ties of Oarte/s ftpanleh ^.ixfure made a perfect cure of him, and the Mi tors in a public notice, euy they "cheerfully reoom mend it to all ?ho are afflictet1 with anv Urnss nt the blood." 1 ~ STILL ANOTHHR CUBS Of fcCUOTULA ^-1 Lad ? T,r7J w 4bie cur6d of Sci-ofula by Card's epanuh Mixture. I consider it truly t vsduable medicine. J AMMti M. TAVLOK, Co^duotcr on the R. P- and P. H, C. Oo.. Richmond. Ya. SALT HiLKUM Of TWENTY YMAHS 9XAKDUI6 mm v 0UL?D Mr. JOHN THOMPSON, residing L* the dtv ol ? cured by three bottluj of CarSr's ni^^iLITUr,% or t>Ait which he had for 2f??zJZTVrJnrt;*u'iwbich all the physicians of the dty mew cot cure Mr. Thompsoa is a well SZSS2?S*? city of 852 r.' raTR h! hL ^ ' commissioner of the revenue. Srt-L t!f *** ^ of Carter's i panieh * number of Syphilitic cases, and save it Wu^11 horrible disease ?nn, q HABWOQPff RWimond. cured of old 2^?*^ Dleers, which disabled hiu fi?m wtdking. i bottlee of OarWs Spanish Mixture, and JI* ??????d to walk without a crutch, in a short ttme pemanenUy cured. Principal Depots at M. WARD, CLOflR k Co,, So. 38 Maiden Line, Mew York. W DVUTT tk SOWS, No. 1W North Second sL, rhtlidelphia BKNK^ETT * BURS, No. 126 Main street, Rich BOikL Tii And for sale by CHARLR8 STOTT. Washing. J^LMNRY foL, Alexandria, and by^2SS Tfi?^rb0ttU,0r,U fcr ? OP BLBB. : TRAVKLRRH ; IE*'T<F> BY BAHiBOAD DIBRfT _ TO T EC ?1 W H iifl ! ima b?CWM& Waahingtoa and Whwiu bet 174 hourt! Running time hrtwt> n Washington m, Cincinnati 27 hourt!! Through Tickets and Baggage Checki to be hBd in Washington !!! THE BALTIMORE AJVD OHIO RAILROAD AVIN'G greatly in<pmred u? cannee tiona n??w off?-r? the t'uli* >i tr.d'j'-etuffnta to travelers Mwf-n Washington, Baltimore, a ad all portions of till Wert, the Nvrthw?4 and *he South west The eonu<*ctk>n between the trains from Wa? "ffcn and the tram* Nniinl wert imn BaKiwi.e M ? iwajn promptly niarte at the Waahinctrn Junama (lately called ihe Relay H >u?< ) 9 Milt-a from Rah, more. Tin* i? ilic nnl v < k^ntc oi can required a*, -weec Washington ard the Ohio r?M, &<g*?e m chacked throuih m Wl.oCir.g at the Wa^ttngtoa "tation, and r-cheeked nod tritiafrrred thf re, (nix* ?lie paMsnurers) without c'arfe, for those IrHdhw Umn*b ticket* or pointr bcyoi.o. Tb? concertina train l?ave -o daily alia. iu. and 4vTfc a. On Suudays at the latter hour only. At Wheeling dire i coH.uru.ion ia made with the trains of the CEWTBAL OHIO RAILROAD, nir. nine from Brtlaire on the ? ?hio. near Whf.Hw 11roueh Cambridge. Z*ne*vil1e and Newark,vj COLCMBU8. Thw train* contort at Newark with ill** cars of the Ne* ark Man*A< Id and Sandns ky Railroad ;?w Sandusky, Toledo, DcUor., Cliicags St. Louis, etc. At Columbuvthe C. O. Rsilrmd trains connect with :h? va*t trains of the Little fiuuni RaUroad to Xenia, CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, etc. At Xenirt (on Little Miami Railroad) connection w torm"d with tbe trains throucb Dayton,to INDIAN. APOLIS, Terre Haute, Lafayette, Clueago, Rock Llaad, St. Louie, etc. r^K-pn.;en> h'-'ding through ticket* lor Mem phis fl,ckshtr/(, NaUket, Nnc Orlerrv ?e.. which are also aold at W ? -bington?are trantf erred at Cb?. cinnati to the Mai! Steamers on the Ohio. Tickets for Evansville, Cairo, and St Louie aold by tha route. e^-rOU CLEVELAND, and via Cleveland to Toled", Detroit, Chicaco, etc., tickets ai. aoid, when the Ol io is navigable between Wheeling and Wel'*vrfle (forty milre) *here a connection wtik the Clcve'and and Plttsburf Rnilroad is mad*. Travellers are requested to notice that wkile this is the or:!y route nflordinf through ticket and checks In Washington, it i.- also the shortest, mostepeetfy, and direct to nearly all the leadia* pont* in tbe groit West. The 'if?r~ fr m Washington ioCin cinnati is but Cf3 mile*, being about 100 miles short er than by ar.y "th^r route ! FARE BV THROUGH TICKET PROM WASH INGTON: To Wheeling, $9 50; Columbus f 13 65; Dayton, $15 50 ; Cincinnati, $16 ; Louisville. by r.'.:iro?, 1^1663, by <teamer from Cincinnati,f 18; l? diinapults. $ 17 50; Cleveland, f 19 15; Toledo, f 15 80; D troif, *15 90; Chicago. #9U 65 and #19 50; St. Louis, 50 and $25; Memphis, #96; New Or if ans, $31, etc. Cj- fOR FREDERICK and HARPER'S FERRY VARTINrtRURG. RERKELEV SPRINGS, CUM BERLAND, BEDIORD SPRINGS, Piedmoot, Oak land, and Fairmount, pa^ngera may leave Waab inzton ar 6 a m or 4% p. m. For the ivinor way station* b?<twern t'altimore and Wheeling, take I a rit train from Washington For trains to and from Baltimore, Aimapotia, etc., see special advertiaementa. ?if*For furtlier information, thr. ugh tickets, Be., apply to THOS. H. PARSONS; \g nt. at Wasbiar ton Station. JOHN H. DONE, Master of Transportation Paltimore and Ohio Railroad Baltimore. may 3?tf Washington branch railroad CHANGE OF HOURS. ON ard after Monday, the 33<l uiFtaiit, the Vaas will Leave Washington at 6 and 6% a m., <md 3 and 4% P ' >n Sunday at 4^ p m L?-avc Baltimore at 41^ raid 9tf a ni. and 3 Mi *l( pm On Sunday a: 4^ a m. ap23-U T. H. PARSONS, Agem. Mott Bedell's Line. NEW YORK.ALEXANDRIA. WJISiUAOTOM CTTW AND DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA PACKETS. I^niS LINE OF PACKETS 8AILS WEEKLY . from pier 14 Ea-?t River, New York,and oftenw u nec-tM??ary, an?l are toa^i-ed of iht l<blowing bw class vessels: ew sehr. A. V. Bedell, C< dell. inaier. New schr. Mott BeAtHl A. V. TrKdweU. Sehr. Ann D., Wa. Oliver, mtuler. Schr. Volant. L. A. Sir?iibi n^a^Jer. Scbr. ComnarAer Wo^JD, nantei, Sehr. Greenvay, Wilsoa, mns^er. The.?e veaaels are sJI fa<n sai'i-rs, and the maao-i men of experience in the trade, anc the only regs lar line of WasliicjtOB City packets. MOTT BEDELL, Wall etrept, W. T. 8. 8. MASTERS fc SONS, Alexandria, Va THOM48 BILEY, feb 1?bin Waahj'giop end D. C. OKAFGE AJID ALKXA5DBJA HAILB0AI). I Oh and after Tuesday, Nov. 7, 1854, "'HE Care iaave Alexsclrbi daily fcr Gorfoa* ville and stat?ras at "X o'clck, a. m., on tha arri "t the rmat 1-oni VashlBtfV-a, t^vlngample time m: l>r?akfon on board Ci? nseiicg at Mane.*-t^ J^cctjan with a trafu for Stia care, at Warrenton Ju ^on a tr?J- for War n-ctOD and at Qordtuvillt with |L? tra<nf on tb? Vi. i'.uii Central K?- .jcc2 2orRlchxaatd,Oharlott? villa, int! Stauatro The earn ieave Gk-nlcpjrlLe dallj fWr and In term "'lis ta stain*, at 19, a. a.. n? the arrival of the trami ot the VuginlaCt -tral rat road frcia klehmoad, ChirlotcnerlLs, and dtaunuie TKBOUGH TIOKKTd frm AlezaMm to Warrenton $3 #0 *? 44 dordonsvllie...M. 3 40 ** ** CSuxIotteavilif- 4 3? ? {* Btanntoc 6 90 * " " StoMburr ? ? W u fc' Lynchharg..^....^..^. 6T8 ? ? ^TdcWv: 3 K fc IiHPav A H WKSiV v ?? - ?? Haw Market I ? u Middlaburg 3 3? :or'.eet!ng a-ith the rt^e, at CliarictWrrilla, on Mondays, atJ fr* a. ?cr Lnray and New Market, nonrv-Mns irfLl th* f' a^?* at Onlpepar, on l*Mad&yi, Thnradaje, and SaJ cxday. for Wlnchaatar daily, wnne unc riTt the ran at Piedmout Tor Mlddiaborg daiiy, eonnectlng vith the staf? at the Plnin*. Par order: W. B. BBOOKBTT, Age* nov T?dtf FOB MOUNT VIRNON. Ol TUE8DAY8 and FBIDATS. 'Fara round trip f 1; froa AW andn 76 rrn> -The THOMAS OOLLYBB Washington at 9 and Alexandria at 9U o'olock. Coaches leave the Capitol for the boat at I* c ell Coach fare : 0 nartii Persons wSahing the Ooaehee will leave th?4r re* daaoe with Geo. ? Thoa. Parker. Eefreahmente on tha boat 03t 38?dtf SAMOi GBDNBY, Car* VHE RKW YORK * LIYBBPOOL UNITED STATES MAIL 8TIAMIRS. rIB HELPS COMPBIBLNO TH1B UNI Atl THB? ATLANTIC, Gapt. Wert. PACIFIC, CaLt. Nya, B11110, Cast. Oamatoek, ADRIATIC. Capt Grafu-n Thaae ahipe have bean built by oontract, expreet ly far Government eei i toe; every oars has beea taken In their oonetraction. ae in the Engines ^u Inter* etrength and spead, and their acoommode tiona for paeaengera are nnaqnalled for eiegaaw and oomfort. , Price of paaoage from Blew York to Liverpool, J flrSt ?tMB ??ew 4? 8SCt*Wl O^btP ^..sesasHse^a a a a a a Bxclaeive uae of extra 4ae state ? 3I? From Lirerpool te New York till and ?20. ? n f zperieueed surgeon attached to each No berth oan be secured until paid for. rot freight ar paaeafe apply to XI)WARD K. COLLINS A 00, M Wall etraet, Nev I?K BB0WH, SHIP LEY A 00, LI satpool B. G. ROBERTS A 00., 12 King's Ami Yard, London. JOHN MONROE A 00. 3d Bne Notre Dame uU Y! tolres, Par* GEO. H. rR-\PFJL, Uavw. Tha owneri of thaee shipe will not be aeacuntaw br gold, silver, bullion, specie, jewelry, rtODee or a>etals, unleas hula af lading therefor, aad the value thereof no* IB?dlv BAKKDie E0TJ8X 07 PAI&0 ft BOtTSU OyfOsiU Vmted State* J^ONDS, Stocks and othar and aold.

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