Newspaper of Evening Star, June 16, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated June 16, 1855 Page 4
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Kv. MNG STAR. BCATTX& IX BUDI. Scatter ye aeeda, and flower* will spring; Strew litem at broadcast o'er hill and glen; Sow ia your garden, and Use will bring Bright fli wers, with aee?]a to scatter again. Scatter ye aeeda,- nor think them loat, Though they fall amid leave* and are buried in earth Spring will aw>ka them, thoaoh heedlessly lowed. And to beautiful flowers thoac seeds will rive birth. * Scatter ye seeds; tire not, but toil; Tie the work of life, ??ts the labor of man ; In the head, in ih? heart, and on earth'" own soil, Sow, gather and sow, through life's own span. Scatter ye aeeda in tba field of mind? Seed* of flower*, with seeds of grata; In the spnag and summer sweet garland* ye'II find, And in autumn yeMI reap rich fruit for your pain Scatter ye seeds in the garden of heart, 8eeds of afTe tion, of truth, and of love ; Cultivate carefully each hidden part, And thy flowers wi I be seen by angel* above. Scatter ye scads?the aeeds of Hops; Plant in your bosom the Tree o Life? Then the flowers here budding in (leaven ahall open And in Heaven will ripen the fruila of strife. Then acatter ve seed* each pasting year; Sow amid winds and stornia of rain ; Hope give thre courage, Psjth cast out fear, God will requite the* with infinite gam Affliction?What it Tsaohbs.?How fast we 4earn in the day of sorrow! It is as if affliction awoke our powers, and lent them new quickness of perception. We advance more in knowledge of Scrip ture in a single day, than in years before: we learn "songs in a night;" though such music was unknown before. A deeper experience has taken us down in to the depths of Scripture and shown us its hidden wonders. Luther used to say. "Were it not for tribulation I should not understand Scripture/1 And every son-owing saint responds to this, as ba7 mg felt it; as did David, when he said, "B'eesed is the man whom thou chaslen elh, ard teaches out of Thy Law: it is good for rae that I have been afflicted, that I might learn Thy statutes." What teaching, what training of the mind goes upon a sick bed, or under the pressure of grief! A? d, O, what great and wondrous things will even some little trial whisper in the ear of a soul that is "learning of the Father!" In some cases this profit is almost un felt, at least during the continuance of the process. We think we are learning nothing. Sorrow overwhe'ms us. Dis aster stuns. We become confused, ner vous, agitated, or, perhaps, insensible. We seem to derive no benefit. Yet, ere long, we begin to feel the blessed result. Maturity ot judgement, patience in list ening to the voice of God, a keener ap petite for his word, a quicker discernment of its meaning; these arc soon realized as the gracious results of chastisement. The mind has undergone a most thorough discipline, and has, moreover, made won drous progress in the knowledge of Di vine truth, through the teaching ot the Holy Ghost.?Bonar. Labor Saving Soap.?The wife of an American Agriculturist has been experi menting iu soaps, and finds that the ad dition of three-quarters of an ounce of borax to a pound of soap, melted in with out boiling, makes a saving of one-half the labor in washing, and improves the whitehess of the fabrics; besides, the usual caustic effect is removed, and the hands are left with a peculiarly soft and silky feeling, leaving nothing more to be desired by the most ambitious washer woman. QLy" Powdered charcoal placed around rose-bushes, or other flowers, has the effect of adding greatly to the richness of the color. MOVEMENTS OF 00JEAN STEAMERS. Name. Lew. For Data. Ht L"?i# Havre New Yoik..June 6 Ariel .. .Havre New York*.June 9 Asia Liverpool..Boston June 9 Wa-hmgton New York...Bremen June 16 Eericsson New Y.<rk... II we June 16 Hermann.............Sou'ampion.Nt w York. .June 20 Africa Boston Liverpool ...June 20 Illinois New York. ..Aspin wall. .June 20 Star of the South . New York... Liverpool.. J une 2u Quaker City ...New ^i ork..Havre June 26 Union New York.. Havre June JO (fc^-Tlie California sttraueie leave New York on the 5th ard 90th t?f each sionui. ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS. National Hot*! -* o. waiiis J ? Hoiyauth, Pa J Ku.-k, Fa J Campbell, M Mrs Hewlingu, do W .M UumegJe, USN Mr Mitchell, Md G R JohiiM?n, do J P Robinson, do J S Wright, 111 T B Forbes, NY R C earn mack and lady, J P Walters, do La Mr Serold Mich Mi-s Cammack a aervt, J Moore, La do R Ridge way. Va P N Oliver, do |] Smith, Md W Joiinsou, Md H W Scott, Pa Mrs Doll A child, do Mai J Lee, Va Mrs Ceuuag a child, do T Ward, do Col Delenurue, Lng P Broia, Switzerland F SevilJar, Peru F W Keevers, Va J B Haikie, Pa T W Beele, do 8 M Powell, do Browat' Hotel?t *. a it. unmi. E McCarty, Pa UK Owen, USN J W H? uphill a lady,do J <; Maiweil, do J A Stone, NY A IJawtord, NY T A Ki..kmen, Pu A Purdell, do J Miller, do ) M G<?od?r k. lady, Ala B R l.illey, do W T Parker a lady, NH J 8 Davison, Va B Coo, mi* ton, Md L R Livingston, Pa W MoCleland, lady a 3 Mis* Liviuntoii, do children, Pa W B Heart, do M Cohen Miss 8 art, do G D Prtnu.-e Ky G Jackson a ladies, Mass Ur Brovn, Va J Williams, NY tnHid States Hotel?r. c. ha<-issy. G Bruner, Mass Miss V Benter, Va A M Mont?>mwy, Va C G Moitimich, iio U H tiorwell, do Mi** A Ball, do A Hamilton, do A J Arnold, do C II Jones, Md Miss L Ball, do M O Cullen, Mac- Dr Gtbnon, do L B Adams, La H CopHaud, O A H Davis, Ala J P I.e.wis, Ga B A Lewis, Va JO Ri hards, Md j Leunoa, Havana A M Eva, do A Pastu*, do 8 Wnghtuian k lady, do J Green, Pa Dr Clagett, Va Mia* Tilly, Ct W H Barnes, Mass W tllard*' dotal?h. *. a j. c. whuii Junge Wayne, Ga J J Bailey a lady, Pa T H Gerdes, IJ8N M Taylor, Va N San us, Havana T E Sham on a lady, Mi G W Bat'?, NY F B Nicbol, NY H '?hauahlin. Pa W U Gardener, USN A Murphy, do H Erban, NY T Woodruffe and lady, T White, Mass Ct L Paine, do W Wright, do W Smith, Pa J C Hunt.*, USN Klrkwoed How** .t. n. a *. iiaawooD T Quiflv, BC 8 L Cole W S Urwnelly, Ala J T McItaly, Md T Well* a *oa, Bait W B G< d<lard,do J James, RI T J Marbhall, do W Hnpt, NY B*?*!?* Iloaist Alexandria, Va. a.. HKwioM, raoraiaToa C Green a family, Ga J 8 Barbour, Va M Uirsh, Pa N Lord, jr, do A N Pratt. NY Mrs E D Willard, DC Mr French, DC Mis* Hebron, do J H Smith, do Mia* Wniard, do G B Mauley, Va Mis* Smith, do J J Hunton, do WW Watson, Pa E C Marshall, do J A Brm* ten, HI ? H Wright, III W Coltn?, ?l J J Bayley at lady. Pa E R Collin*, do B Tattiam, lady, 3 chil D C ftoM?ins, NV ?lr*n a (luree, do * A CARD.?LOOK HERE! ALL ye lover* of the good things of lids lift, and ?re will id I you wbere you may obtain at least nme of them. Thankiul for put favors, I would respectfully ask a continuance of the same dur ng this Spring and Summer. 1 am prepared to famish all win will give me a call with the sweet and cool ing Beverages in my line at short notice. Such as Ice Creams, Water Ices, of all flavor*, Scharlntte Reuse, Blancmange, S-c Cakes of all kinds. Also, foreign and domenti: Fruits and Confectionery, gen erally kept in well regulated establishments of the kind. Particular attention will be paid to famishing Wedding or Bride's Cakes. Also, Parties. Balls, Excursions, Pic Nica, flic , kc., and upon reason able terms. Call at the old stand, Massachusetts avenue, be i tween 9th and 10th streets, Northern Liberties. * N. B.? Bea quality ICE CREAM seld at $1 50 per gallon. may 7?eo3m JOHN W. RIQHTSTINE. law"partnership^ Robert j. walker and louib janin have formed a co partnership under tho firm of "Walker A Jan u," for the management and ar cument of cases fn the Supreme Court of the United States, and before the Court of Clainrs at Washing ton City. Addrem Washington, T> C. may 10?eo3ui M. WILLIAN, LADIES' DBSSS AlfD TRIMMING 8T0EE, Pa. avr'tue. between 1th and 8th streets. M W1LL<AN would respectfully announce to s the Ladies of Washington, thnt he has Jn?t received from the Northern cities a complete stock of GOODS, among which n?ay be found? New style French Ore** Trimmings Fine French Flowers and Ribands A large lot of Bonnets, in silk, crape, and straw, of the Inert patterns And an eicellent assortment of handsome Emliroi deries of all kind* Dresses made in the '.alert fans faslu ins at rea sonable ' ates. I'mking and Fluting and Kid Cloves cleaned. Ladies Mantillas, ready made, and made to order, may 31?eolm CARRIAGES?CARRIAGES. 1IIAVE now on hand, and constantly finishing, a vwy large assortment of Pleasure nndcJLBJL Family CAELK1 AGES, of the latest fash ions, which I will sell as low as the same quality ot work can be sold in any of the principal market! of the United States. The subscriber ij now dealing exclusively in Car nages ol his own manufacture, and all work sold l>y him will be warranted, and compare favorably wiih any work in this market. As I always keep a large nssonment, f Invite purchasers and others to ex amine iny stock before purchasing elsewhere. Carriages built to order Old Carriages taken in exchange, or lep&ired at the shortest notice. THOMAS YOUNG, 5ign of the Golden Horse, No 400 Pa. avenue and 4X street, may 1?co3m THE MUTUAL FIR/ INSURANCE COMPA NY OF THR ISrEICT OF COLUMBIA. ("1PARTEREP by Congress, iffers to the property j owners of'he District safer and cheaper means of in 'trance thai; any other Company. ULYSSES WARD, President. CRAS. WILSON, Secretary. MATHEW G. E*ERY, Treasurer. MAMaeaaa. Ward John Van Riswick Thomas Biagden P. W. Browning *. Howard, Mathew G. Emery. J. C. McKeMen. (?ifice, Columbia Place, corner Louisiana avenue and 7ih street. Office hours from 3 to 6 o'clock p. m. leb 36?eoti HAIR WORK. ORNAMENTS of H.tir, such as Bracelets, Chiu elains, Chains, Breastpins, Earrings, Finger Ri ics, made to order, of any desired design. All orders faithfully attende-t to. Specimens in ay he seen at my store. H. SEMKEN, No. 330 Pu. ?*., hutwpt-n <)th and 10th stK Mar 30 [No. S37.J Notice of the K moral of the Land Office from Clinton to Warsaw, in the State of Missouri. U_\DK? aatborit" of tho act of Ongress untitle! ? An art authorise ? eharpes in the location of I-*nd f.tfice ,** appr ve<l M rrh 3, '8.V3, it s he'e^y d-clare-i and made known that the land olfioe fr the salo of th" public Unds at CuflTos. Missouri,! wi!l be rem-ve' tn Wars w, Bent hi county, in the stid Sute, on the first 'ay of July nixt Given u"d?r my hand, at the dty of Washington, thi fifteenth day r.f May, Anno Domini oce thous and i-i^fht hnnd ?d and fl ty-flve. By order of the President: JOHN WILSON, Comm.??ioner of General Land Office, may 17?l?w6w PROPOSALS FOR STATIONERY. Depart* ?f.T of State, ) Wastdngton. May 26,1855. j IN pTirvuatee of the ' ac Italian g and making appropi iations for such n?e?-r**a y objects a- ha' t bean u?ua'ly inc ud?d in ths general wp^ropria ion bill with'ut authority of Uw, and to fi.i and pro ride tor cert-in incidental eip n ?? of the dephrt m?i.ts and office* of th? gureTiim-nt, and for ether pmrpaeas," av prov d ?h- 20th August 1842, sealed pn pm!i ai'l tn received at ih * department until i o'clock p m., on the 23d of June next, for fnr nisbing >u"h artisies of sta'ionrry as may be re quired by it for one year from the st day of July next, as enumerated in the subjoined schedule and estimate of quantity; but it is to be nndergto d by persons proposing that the depirtia?-nt is to be at liberty to take either a l?w or greater quantity of any article than i spec fi-d, according to its want* during the year. Each ar icl* to be of the best quality, and to b ielivere without d"lay when ordered. SCH DULK. Pity*-r, hand made, of linen, laid or wove. 90 ream* foolsrau, satin fr p ain fini-h, to b? when trircmed 131$ by 16 inches and woigh not lee- >han 16 lbs. p*r re?m. per ram tO reams foolscap. s miiar flnibb, ruled garden patter [j, per ream 10 ream* quarto ioe , similar flni?b,to weigh not lefs than 9 lbs p*-r ream, trimmed, one-bulf ruled on three sides, per re m 40 roams cote paper, cream lail damask, per ream Enrelope paper, imoath. 90 reams super royal, yellow, per ream U) reams medium, yellow, per ream t ?u reams meJium, white, thick, per ream * 80 reams df ubl? cap, white, per ream 100 grcs? tr etallic pens, Perry's, or ?uch ssmay be required, per gross ? gro.-t b!ack lead rend'*, Brookman A Lan? dcn>,? r such as may b* required, per groM 1 doaen redleai peneils, perdo?en 2 dozen ivory folders, 9 inch per doaen 10 doaen r?d t^p*, No 81, p?r dozen 10 dnteii red taps, No 1?, per d^sen 10 d^aen red tape. No 17, per doaen 10 doaen rei tapr*, No. 15, per doten 12 d ren silk taste, narrow, per tloaen 12 doaen bilk taste, wi e. per dcien 2 doaen silk cord. p? r dozen 1 d >a?n tut g'ais inkstua-Js, Draper'? or Whit ney*s, per doaen 2dcien wafer stands cocoa, per i!omi 2 uQi-a erasers, Kodgen A. Son's ivory handW, per dozen 1 dcaen ivory handle wafer Mais, per dovB 6 doaen It k, In quarts, black, Maynard m Noytu, per doaea 1 doaen earmine ink, per dosen S po?nds wafers, red, per pound 1 pound wafers, white, per pound f 000 wafers, for Unit?d States teal, per 1 jQcO 6000 waters, for department seal, per 1.0QP 100 ponnds sealing wax, b?st ?-xtra superf saaf let, Doveli k Easy, per pound 10 pounds twine, gill n t, per pound 20 i ounds twine, wine, per pound 20 pounds twin*, anarse, for packing, per pound 2 doten mis* rs, per doaen Mnrmloyrt lined vtilh hum. IOoO No 1, per I.OOuO 1000 No 2. per 1.0WI 1000 No 3, per l,0ti0 1000 No 4, per 1.000 1000 No 5, per 1 000 1(M) No 6, per 1,000 lUOO No 7, per 1,000 Each proroeal must be signed by the individual or firm making it, and must specif* a prioe? an>l but one price for each and every article contained in the schedule, eh u d any e he requ red not enumeratei, they are to fcriished at the !? w-st market prWs. according fo quality. Blank forms for proposals will be furnlahw at the depart ment to per-ons applying for them; and as, with out uniformi y therein, th? department w..uld flrd it difficult to make a decision, none will b* tak' n c- iisidoration unlesi substantially agre-ing therewith The proposals to be addressed to 'the Depsrtment of State," ard endorsed "Proposals for Stationer' .n No'ice will be *iven to 'be per-on to whom the con tract is awarded, who will te required, within fire days th reatter, to give bond, with two sufficient Buret e? for ita performance. The head of the d-psrtm-nt is in all cssee to de ride whether the term* of the contract have been oompl ed with, and to rej-ct any articles which may be, in his opiai'n, of infrrior qua ity, as well as to annul the contract unon ar>y failure to comply with th* terms wltMn a reasonable time. may 20? )aw<*w UT1CIC.-I received this day a new assort m. in of SLEEVE BLTTONS and STUDS, of the latest style*. Also, a variety of other new Goods : ae Vert Chains, Chatelaius, Brace lets, Fin? Earrings, Rings, etc. Great inducements offered u? purchasers. H. SEMKEN, No. 330 Pa. avenue, l?et. 0th and 10th st*. .Ve?> Point* put to Oold IViw at short nnflce. Diamonds remounted, and Jewnltv made to order, mar **?? " STATIONERY. Nin Dntwnn, Mar 14. lJM SIPARAT1 SKALKD PROPO AL8 will b* ra oeived at th? office of the Secretary of tb? N?vy until thrM o'clock p m, of Friday, the ttrh day of inn* next, for all the rtsttonsry that maj be required *y the Navy Department and ita aer?r*; bureaus for tb? year e in ecclog tbe lit ?a* of July. ISM, and ending on tbe 50th day of June, 1856 All the articles furnished mast be of the bent qaa'ity, delivered without delay when ordered and to the satisfaction of the head of the office for which they are required If it be required, each bidder for ftationery must famish with hit proposal a sample of each article bid for To insure uniformity in t*e proposal^ blank ftrmi will be furnished to those diapr e-d to bid ; and no bid will be c nsidered >vMch does not fully cmfona to tbe advertisement, and in wh,o,> each and every article la not bid for, nnd in wh ch more than one price is Daroe ! for any one a?ti le Bonds in mfllcimt amount, with two or more ap proved raretiee, for the faithful execution cf tbe oon ract. will be inquired of the person < r per?n? contracting The authorized names of the auretie* that * ill i e given, a? also satisf ictory 'estimonials to fulfil tbe contract, must accompany the bid; otherwise, it will not be considered. t he department reserves tr? itself <he right of or dering a greater or 1-ss quantity of ea h and every article contracted for, a; the public service may re quire. Should any article b? required not enumera edin bw contract, it it to be furnished at the lowest mar ket prise, according to it* quniitv. srvriONKRY. Writing paper, oj linen dock. 3 ream* folio p<>?t, blu.< or whit". sttin finish, faint li>ed*nd trimmed,?t?:gbing 17 pou da par ream per ream 6 Teims heavy blue lai I, despatch e*p. hand made, strp-rul?d, weighing 15 pounds per ream, per ream 15 rea . s laid hand madr f -olsfap, ruled, blue or white, wvigh'ng IS pounds per ream, pur ream 10 reams OweT A Huriburt's wove foolsotp blue or white, ruled, weighing 12 pounds per ream, or of any oth?r~manufae!ur? of e^ual quality, per ream 10 resm < first-das*, band made quarto prwt wove or laid, blue or wh te, weighing pounds per ream, per ream 40 reims riatner 4 Pm'th'-* extra superfine, blue or white, laid or wove, Conures* 4to post., ruled, weighing pounds p* r : earn, per resm 20 reams Crane * C^.'s extra rup?rfi?>e, thick, white letter paper, ruled, weighing pounds per ream, p?r r^a-a Jt) reams be^t yellow or buff envelope prper, royal, fiat, weigh ng 24 pcunJs per ream, per ream 4 r??ma b*et rp. roy. wr'tfng pap^r, pej ream 6 reams best Fr^n h 4to pest ruled, pr-rream 6 reams note paper, g it elge I, per r'tm 20 reams copying or tissue paper, 4to post, per ream 10 reams copying or tiFSue pgpar, fool"cap, per ream 160 sheet beet trndnc paper. 40 bv 27 infhes,per sheet 100 * ard* tracing cloth, per ? qnar? yard 1l0 sheets best pr-pared par hmeut, 14 by 18 hi., per sheet 3 reams blotting papsr, reval, per ~esm 60 q?5ir?F patent bio ting paper, mxiium, per quire 150 sh- t~ drtwlng paper. ??Whatman's Turkey M Us," from medium to antiquarian. per ah et 6^00 cream laid envelopes, lett?r size, per 1000 lt>00 do do not* rite, per 1000 600 do do rard *ize. per 500 10O0 pr.tent cloth lin-d envelopes, 8% by 4 incbei, per tO<JO 250 patent cloth lined envelopes, 5^ by inches per V&0 350 p.t?nt cloth lined envelopes, 6^ by 3^inches, per 250 10,000 best buff nvelope*, g?vernme??t pattern, offi cial cide, per 1000 6000 be t buff envelop s, govern ?ftr.t pattern, let t r eise. pe- 1000 <*?00 best henvy wh te er>v?I<-r>?e, baud made, offi cial s!?e, per 1000 20 groe' etet-1 peas, on c rds or in b-xes, (the de partm-nt to have the liberty of selecting f rm h'I ih? different kinJs manufiactared, Eoiilish or A merica:i, p?r gros? 100 <ar Is Perry's pens, assorted per card 6 cards engineers' pen per < ard 6 cards lithogTuphi' pens, per card 24 gold pen*, large sit-, with cilvrr holism, beft manuf-cture, p r pen 10 qua'ts U. van A WUoox'i writ ng fluii, in bottler ' 10 qu rts Maynard fc Nryes's black ink, in bot tles 36 quart* beet London copying ink, Arnold's or Terry's 2 dole- ounc* bottle* P-rrine, Guyott A Co's superfine eanrius, per bo tl? 200 swan quil's, bast quality, per 100 10-0 quills, N'o 80, < pa jueor c anfird, per 100 100 row or quills, per 1 0 76 d r.en r^lt^pe, No 15 to 26. per dosen 0 i< ten silk tas e, per doien 4 di sen penkrlvi-s ho<!ger's b?st, pearl handles, large size. 4 blades, per dozen 4d fn erasers, lar/e sis?. ivory ban Jl?>, in casee, Kodgers'e bes*. per d zen 2 df zen airs ofsh?<ars and scis ors, per dozei 2 dozen 9 inch ivory fold?rs. pe* dozen 1 uoz?n Carriogtou's parallel rulers, per doien 2 dcz-u *Hud-bi xe4. oocna wood, per dc z#n 2 dozen wafer stai'ds. cccoa wood, per dozen l du?en poance b. xen, croia wood, per d sen 1 dozjn pounce box*?, ivory, per d"zea 2 "ozen wa'er stamps, ivory handles, per dozen 10 dozen blank lead pencils, P?b?r's bent, assorted, per Iczen 4 doz-a beet American drawing pencils, afsort ed, pet drsen 1 dozen Cohen'" red lead pencils, per dozen , 2 a-zen sable brufh*s, a m >rte l per d<>zea 2 d-'zen o?meI's i ai- brushes, a?s<>rt?l por dozen 2 d'z-n wbite P.ench pum^ ink.-taads, large size, per don-n 2 dozen Draper's p i!ent air tight inkstands, i*?r dozen 2 dos-n Mticks best Iadia ink, per stick 30 pound* extra sur^rfln'? scarlet aealiog wax, per p-^und 20 pouads s-cond qual ty H-al1nc wax, per pound 15 p- und.H be t quality warers, per pound 10 poun>it be t wMte g m arab'c, p?r pound 8 pounds b?st pouace. per p urd 10 peunds best berrp twin?, per p->nnd 10 pounds best linen twice, por pourtd 1^000 large offle- w?ter9 fcr department seal, per thousand 24 paper weights of brass, composition or lead, per weight 30 quarts best black "and, per qnart 4 p anila best prepared Todi i rubber, per ponnd 2 pounds unprepared India rubber, per pound may 26?law4w L.. J. IHII)DLKTO!l| DEALER IN ICE, Office ami Depct south tide F, neit to corner 12/A U. ICE KEPT CONriTANTLV ON HAND AT THE OFFICE, which can be had in large or small quantities. {/*?- Ctfice open from 5 a m to 9 p. in. m 1?e<i2m COPARTNERSHIP. WE have tins day It rmed a copartnership under the firm of Nkal Al Havkmnkb, for the sale of Wine*. Liquors, Ci^ar*, A.c., at wholesale and retail, at Wo. 5A2 Huveuth s ., opp. Centre Market. J. T NRAU may 25?eolm C. W HA VTIVNER. FOR POOR AND LABORING MEN. SMALL bUlLDIKO LO'i'fi of '0 let or mor> in various parts of tbi Oily, an; Georgetown', at low prises, and tonus to a ait. LLoi'D A CO. RUILOINO a T U !t K , for sale, deliverable at the Canal, or tiTiarvw Ji Maenington, Georgetown, cr Aloxundria. LLOTD A 00. 16th street, opp Tre?.?ur- xaant. iv ??lv FRENCH HAIR DRESSING AND SHAVING SALOON. THE undersigned respectfully announces to the citizens of Washington, tnat he has opened a Omtlemen'a Hair Dressing and Shaving Saloon, on Pa. avenue, between 11th and 12th streets, where he is at all times prepared to accommodate them in all branches of the tonsorial operation. Hair Jutting performed in the very latest My leu. He would call particular attention to his Wi^s, Toupees, Braids, Fn*ett? s. Whiskers, Mustachris, kc., and is prepared to fill a<l orders in the above line at the shortest notice. A good assortment con stantly on hand He respectfully solicits a call, feeling as-ured that he cannot fail to pleass all who mav so favor him. je 6?eolui ^ JOHN HEKbORN. Alexandria polka scHOTTisii^iTa^s Krummacher's new piece of the above name, dedicated to Miss Elixa J. D?C*uip, of this city, jurft published and for sale at tne Music Depot of je 5 HILBOS fc. HITZ. PRESIDENT'S MOUNTED GU'tRD UUICK STEP.?This excellent piece of Music of the popular composer, Mr. Robert Heller, has just been published by the subscribers. Tue title page ii mest eleganily emkellished. HILBUS fc HITZ, ^ ^ Music Publishers, Depot in Star buildings. WATKR COOi<EKit. something new, an excellent article. DOUBLE ICE PITCH ERS, different styles and sixes; Brittannia Pitcher*, open and covered; all kinds of Brittannia and Block Tin Ware. Por sale low, at the Housekeeper's Furnishing Store, 490 Seventh st ?"?y? ^FRANOIB. KISS ME IF YOV DARE!?A new Waltx, very suitable lor beginners, composed and dedicated to Miss ?.?? ? , of Georgetown, by Prof. W. Huntor. Published aad for sale at HILBttS * lin^a Music Depot, ??? ' Mtutt Pa. av. aad ItUi su W1 WOULD NOT GIVE A DOLLAR For all the tincture hampton ev er M ADE?Thus spo*? a wi* and good man, but mark the change I ' Let the afflicted bear hint, and then decide whether to suffer on or be Bid* whole. Ye professional m^n, with ruined heftMt, bear! Rev. J amis W. Hrmii?rr, the talented and inde pendent editor of that highly popular and extm*we ly read paper, the Christian Banner, publwhed at Frederic ksburt, Va., m bis editorial ot the I8tlt of May, 1855. thus -peaks of HAMPTON'S VEGE TABLE TINfTTTRE: "Some time ago we merely al'ud?d to Hampton's Vegetable Tincture, with a promise of noticing more particularly the great r. lief we have ourself derived from tts use (hiring nor collegiate course, owing to sedentary habit*, we bccawe quite dyspep tic, and were very ni'icb troubled with vertigo For more than twelve year* aftrr leaving college, we were laboring un ler these two afflictions In the spring of 1850, our genera! health berame so delicate that it was with great difficulty we coul<t attend to the ordinary duties of our profession Everything we ate immediately turned acid, our dig^tive or gans became wliollv d* ranged; losing a* it seemed to us, all their activity and vitality; we were con stantly depressed in spirit, our eriersy almost for took us, and nothing hut necessity urged us on u* action. We had taken strong medicines, observed particularity in our diet, and all to no purpose We had despnired ol over recovering our health, win n a female friend of our?- importuned us to get * 1.01 tie of Hampton's Vegetable Tincture,:i*?urine us 'hat we woulo find great relief from its We brif fly repli'"d,''?? would not give a dollar for all the Tine htrr Hampton ever mode, so tar an o?r own individ ual health wa.i concerned." We had no faith in it nor anv other incdicine in effecting a cure on m. 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, a* it eou'd not possibly injure us, to use it according to direc tiori. For the huh regard we had for bsr and nor act of kindnes-a, we promised to do &o. And witi ont cxageraMon we can truly say that before we had o?ed the contents of one bottle we fell like a new man We used, consecutively, from ten to fifteen bot ties. We were afraid to give it up, fearing our old diseases might return. Since then, our digestive organs have been uniformly correct^ our head clear, and so far as our labors, toils, liabilities, responsi bilities, and worldly cares will alio*, our spirits have been buoyant, and we eat what we pleaie, and a? much :<s w please, and wlitn we please? and ail is well. For the pake of the afflicted we make this statement, hoping that others mav fi?ri the same relief from its us? that wo hare. It should be hep; in every family. No family should ever b' without II \ M'PTO N' 8 VCGETABLE TINC TURE.", ' Lawyerj, Ihctt?, Jim fere, Ministeri, in all the Departmenl* 01 Statu, Ladle* and <-t;niieni*n in the highest walks of tife, as well as tho?;ft moving in the humble spheres, speak of the cure* on them selves a; d friend.* by this wonderful article? Call ami get pa.uphleis gr.iu-, and see cirej o. Cough, Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Neuroiioa, i>vs pepsia, Nervousness and General Weakness. As * female m?:di<_int or for delicate childien we believ? it unequalie 1. Sold by MORTIMER & MOWBRAY, 140 Dull, more street, Baltimore; and 30-1 Broadw v, N". York Chas. Stott & Co., J. B. Moore, D. B. Clarke Clarke k. Bowusi, \V Elmot, and II. McPher so*, Washington ; ai?o. by R. S. F. Cisskl, town, and C. C. Alexandria, and by Drug (uu ovory w l. : o. R' 1EV. JOHN LANAHAN, PASTOR OF THi: _j EXETER STREET, M B. CHURCH.? A strong desire to henefll the afflicted induces him thus to certify. VVe dial enge any oilier biedicit><j to pres< nt suc h a ina-s of testimony from gentlenn n and Indies of high standing of our own well-known citizens, who testify of cures of COUGH, BRON LHITIS, RHEUMATISM DYSI'EPSIA, 8tc Baltimore, January 24th, 1855. Jcssrs. Moriimei <t* RIoirhray: I take pleasure in savin; to you that I have used >_'Ur "Hampton's Tincture" with very great profit. From a serious t.iroat affection, my general health had become very much impaired, when I com menced to use ' Hampton's Tincture." I found it- cffects upon my health most salutary. My nervous system ;.nd dipt stive organs soon rigbt ed up under its use. I have several times recommended it to my Irtenris, and in every case, us far as I have been in Termed, they have use it wi Ji succcsg. Yours, truly, John L.AHAaAH,Pastor Of Exeter st.. M. E. Church, Baltimore. BLEEDING OF THE LUNGS. R/.leiod, N. C., Feb. 8, 1855 He^trt. Mortrmrr <V MotoWay: I do here y certify that about twelve months a?o I was taken with a sevi-re hemorrhage of the Lunc and had four attacks of it I was advised to try Dr. Hampton's Vegetab'c Tincture I procured on > bottle, and after taking winch, I was satisfied that I was much better; end that, af-er taking the fourth bottle, I was entirely well, and now I enjoy as good health a^ ever I did in my life. I can, and do, with out the least hesitation, recommend the Tincture to allpertong afflicted in my way. Yours, Geo. W. WkakijEV. CURE FITf?READ ! More to the SirJt than Gold.?From one of the tno\i wspoculde Druggists ui South Carolina. Charleston, S. C. Sept. 91, IP*,? Messrs. Mortimer & Mowrrat:?The sale , roor Hampton's Vegetable Tincture is increasing, err; y rfay, and ever- bottle sold recommends this | vait-a'tle mcdicine to the afflicted. Several of our planters have tried it in different case* wuh aston ishing success, and are getting it by half dozens, [t has been found to be the greatest remedy for rheu matic affections, and a wonderful cure ha* been performed on a negro bov, suffering from Fit*. I will furnish you with a number of certificates if you -rkh them I am, gentlemen yi.urtt, VV. G. Troit. Call and get pamphlets gratis, and see cur 3 of Cough, Rr<>nchiti.i, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, D\^ pepsia, Nervousness ar.d General Weakness. As a female medicine or i tr delicate children we be!i?-vr it unequalled. Sold by VORTIMBrt h MOWBRAY, 140 Ralti more Street, Baltimore, and 304 Broatlwav, N. York Cua3. Stott S. (Jo., J. B. Moore, 1). li. Clarke i i.aksi i. Bowling, W. Em k t, and H McPhrr son, Washington : also, by R. S. F. Ci sel, George town; and C. C. .^errv, Alet.mdria, and by Dn:g gists everywhere. oj _tre' Private Moaicai Trciatiea f'T* the vmw of marri ici SI ?. B. LA CKOIX. e. !>., ALBANY, xV F. Pwe? xnt ISO rise PUin wad Colored LJtho ? ?nd Plates. ?ir- Ftiia oh ly S5 CtRti. ?t fcT Fee c {?<% of postage to all p*r ts ui the Cnion-fi* CHCAPRfel' iOOR EVS3 PUB Lib Ills |>, ai^\1 containing nearly d uble the quantity oi renJing muttei in that of'the FI?TY 0KNT9 on DOLLAR PUBLICATIONS, i. ire?ts on the PHYSIOLO GY 0* MAURI AO 8, tnd ths ! Secret Isfirmitierand di3#rdes of youth and matnritv, re spiting ftom excesses, which descroy tc? physical and men tal pov/era, with obesrv&ttoni raarni^e, its Julie- *nd dieimalifleations. r.r,d ti) sir roift'4i'??; lithograph*;, illuetrating tlie tnatciav bui ?,?.p!iolc?y, and dli-eues rf the rerro iuctive tf oetn tnz.**, thei* structure, uaer and fanctiocc. A p.->clar t<nd oomprehecfiire tr?* ti^e on the dntlca ami 1?j- f single and Liar rivi life?'b*pp? ar > aJ'ianm, mo-le cf se :uiirg ih*ui iofeP?:to^R azn infertile one&?their Jbrlaticn and reu.1* ?n!?hints to tho<? x>rtempiatiri? raaVn^r ,iy. tiaat will overcome ob jccticnc to it; ccrc, rc.-;?cr?r. should take shis ha portant s'ep drst consulting its psge? commentaries or. jienws and medical tr?atm*nt ol females froi j ini*ncy to old a?re, each case graph Ically illualrst'U by beautiful HthcmraphJc p!at?j? tkervoaft debUity, I'^s causes ac<l cure, by a prices* ?t once fo ?im^'le, afe snd effect.isl tfc?.t tatinre Is irapostdVe?rules for I ally mansjfement?na e?x*? in yporznai^rrhutH wiih practical ciservationo on s Mu'er, end more Duc-esami m^ie of treatment?pre iautionary hints on the evils resulting from smpi-i sal piaciicj??ii ;??; cu til diseases arisiug frx ?n Indi-wretlon, wi:h plain and simple rules by vhieh all p^reo/is can cur.i th-jinsehe? vrithout mercury? rsmedie-' for ttow 1 >i; indicted miseries and di4o poioted liot <s to nnffcrtunately prevalent In the roung It is i trnt'alYsl cJviser to the mar.ied and thow contemplating nwrruge. Its peruw^ ie par ocularly re.;cniH.end-d to persons enter ainlnirse wet dou':ta 5ftfcetr pbrci^.T wnlitian, and "b - are TcnMioti* or L'tt.? hatardfi lie hjeltb, h?pp!ntin tnd pnTi!^-* t. vhiih every btunan beiag is en ?tied to. . ^ s:nt* copy, or fire ocpfw forccodol ?od States to ftny P*rt cf Uu? N. U.?There x?ho prefsr taty consult Dr LaCl xi r.oy of (ho diseases upon which his bock t e<.U ?Itter personally or ty mail. Medicine sect loVS ?^rt -b* Union uncording to direction*, ft) .i? pa.-aed aniCMrefuU, secured frcm all ob^?r??a n ^^re^Dr.M. ?. La OROIX,No.J1 Maiden U.S or Post Offl. 3 Cox 5(W, Albanv, N. Y. ? ?ce ?P"n from b B ns to 0 p m, ard on Sunday from 2 until o p ta. V ' 0B to SRj 1R No. It B-avsr st. dee T Albacr, H. Y. ORGANS FOR SALE. A SUPERIOR toned CHAPEL ORGAN; and a fine Rosewood PARLOR ORG AN, both now 00 exhibition at the Metropolitan Mechanics' Fair. They are from the manufactory of HF.NRY ERREN of New York. For terms, kc., apply to Prof. t ?;iiCEL, 011 14tl> street, north of F. HENRY F.RP.EN. teb i6- notf r AND WABRAIITI WASTED, fcr I j which the highrn prices will be paid hy CUD BR BROTHERS, uiuy 01?u Intel) opp, Um Tmiiuy. DOCTOR HOOFLAND'8 CELEBRATED, ?etman Bitters, nupiarp it DR. C. X. JACK80N, Philad's^ P*-F will Err?cTrALrT rra? *rd*r?i Livr or &amack. Such as Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness, or Biood 10 the Ut ad. Acidity of lite Stoma* u. Xau itea, Heartburn, l)i-gust for food, Fullness or weu^it iii the Stomach, Snur Eructations, Sink mi <?r Fluttering at the Pit of the Htoniarh. Swim minx oi the Head, Hnrr ed ?nd dilfimli Hr? aitmig, Piu wring at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Son?at>nns when in a lying Poetare, Dimness nt Vision, Dots of Webs ?etore the Sight, Fever aiiu Dull Pam in the Head, Deficiencyof Pen^irau'in. Y?-ll(iinim of the Skin and Ey>, Pain in the ShIh, Hack, Chest, Liffll?, fcc., Sudden Flu~he* oflfrat Burning in the Ftenli, Constant Imagin nigs of Evil, ana great depremon of Spirits. '? MI 15 proprietor, in calling tue attention of tlie X public to this preuanUxUii, does so with a feel ?tig of the uUnoci cuaudencc in it* virtues tad .uU^ (ation to tlit; disc .sej for which it is recommended. It i? no new and untried article, but on* that has =tr*?d the test of a ten years' trial before tlie Amen cm people, anil m refutation and *al? is annvallee oy any similar preparation* extant. 'Hit testimony in it- favor given by the itHfe* prominent and weJt K!iown Physician* and individuals, in ali parts u( ? he country ?s immense. Tbe foliowiug from North Carolina is respectfully sub itt-d, rHerring any who may still doubt, to my "Memorabilia."or Prac tical Receipt Book lor Fanners an<l Families, to l?e liad gratis, of nil the Agent- tor the German Billets. Principal Office and Manufactory, 1)10 Arch *!., Philadelphia, Pa. TSSTiMoNY FROM NORTH CAROLINA. Certificate of Dr. W. Smith, of Pine Hid, Rick inmd County, AT. C. Ptai Htr.t, March 4tb 1351. 1>K. (!. M Jackso*, Philadelphia?Dear 8?r: I have been 2 .subject of Dyspep-ia, in its worst j" nn, for the la*<t five year*. Htich was my condition fie ;weive months that the physician* and all who ^w tne said I mu?t die. While in this condition. I wa> cirrird to th watering places in Virginia, Tenner Me And North Carolina, but was not benefited hy any water to which I wa.- taken. While on my way home, I stopped a ww.k at Rntherfordton, a sinal 1 village iu North Carolina, to try the effect of -ohm: Oha.yl'caie water iu that place. About tlie ia*t -of tli" week, I went into a drug ^true to g-?< some medicine for tnv child and myseif. There were - everal of the village physicians in the store and one of th^m seemed to take some interest in mv case and, att'r asking me some questions, said he had been a dyspeptic, and had been greatly bene fitted by the u-e of " Dr. Hoofi .i<d's Ciernnin Bit tern," prepared by y?u, and he insisted that I would try ?ne Hitters He also called the ne*t day at my room, and insisted so much that I would try them that I asked b'tn to get me one bottle. He did it, and I commenced taking it a? directed, and I do say I was more benefitted by it thau ali the wfter and medicine i had ever taken. After reaching home one of my neighbors came to me f.r a proscription and medicine, (he a dyspep He,) and i gave him nearly all the Hitter* 1 had left, which effected much good in his case He has often rolled on roe for more of the *ame k ud of medi cinc, sayies he was more benefitted by it tlian any rther he had taken, but I have not been able to get lay more for him or myself si-C^, # there fore, plea.-e ship me a dozen or more a* soon as noj ?cble. Respectfully yours. W. SMITH. I). R. HOOKER. Roger's Store, Wake Co., N C., October 94 1^53, sajrs:?'' Having experienced very great ben?fit from the use of " H-wfland's German Bitters,"' ni Chrotlic Dysentery and fuiicuoiial de ran gi me nt of the Liver, and its concomitant evils, 1 am desirous of obtaining a luantity of it for the benefit of ir.y community. Vou will, therefore, please send a lot. &c. he. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J. ATWOOD. TlrK-rsvtr.LE, Vadkiw Co , N. C ,Nov 1st. 1853. I)r C. M. Jackson?Dear Sir: Allow rn? to ex prews u? yon my sincere thanks fbr your dweovrry of a medicine which, to say the least of it, ha- ef fected a cure that ali other medicines, thht I have -akon, hare entirely failed to do. "H?s)fland'j Cer man Bitters" have ?ured me of thw most stubborn anil aggravated cas? of the that, p-rhap=, ever fell to th?- lot of man My ease is not a ftranter in tnis community, as I am well known in this and the -urroundmc counties, and can truly sav that my re covery has astounded ail my friends and relations, a< I had tried everything recommended, and nothing dM iiie any go<?l until I was prevailed upon to try the Hitters. Vou are at liberty to fake any use of thi? communication, fbr the benefit of tf'e afflicted, \ou ti'avth'uk proper. Truly yours, WM. J. ATWOOD. These titters are entirely refcfuhle, they invigorate and strengthen the system, never prostrate it, and cat' be u.-ed for infants as w< II as aduhs. For s'le by respectable dealers everywhere, and by 7. I) GILMAN, Wa-hingtor; J. L. KIDWELL, Georgeutwni; and J. R. PIBRPONT, Alexardria. mar 1?lv lURTFR'J SPANISH MIXTURE. Tfc? G rnt Pwrlflcr of th? Hlootl I Not a Particle of Xorcury In It 4.n 1KB*LUB!j Rxuxdt for Sc-ofuie, Sim's Enl, liteummtlaa. Obstinate Cutaneous KrufHots. Pimwtes or Pastule? on tbe fse-, Blctcb*^. HoO... Ckienie Bore fcyee, ?ins "JVorto or Tetter, ti-aid dead, Bclav/emeut tu.i Pain of ihe Bonee ai:d Jcin'i, Stati-ors Cieer', fyphllitie Diaorders, Liim'^o spinal Compla nt/. uni ali the fr<>To ?n Injudicionf o^e of "i^reurj, Lm p:ui) c^f in f if?, or Impurity of the B'ood I" ^HT8 rsluabls M^licine, which has beeom* cfl"" t>r?ied for the number of txtra rdicary cure^ ?fTnct??l through its agency, has induced tb^ prop:; nor* *t the urg nt request of their f-ieud*, to off a it to iiie public, -rhich they do with the uuaoct cso i itnet in its t II ^u?* &?4d "tOQ^erfijl curatire pr?p ?rti ? The f>Ilowia;{ certlficatee, ie>cu*d trom a .artn number, are, howeve". stronger tMtbmu? than tho rrr.rj rcr,l of the prcoriec;r?; end are al' from g^nt.'.eiaec >te i known in th?ir locauticb, ?ci ~f the iiighesi ret f ?clability, marj of tii*m rsfltjag ill tb ? ^ity ?.f Richmond. Va. ?. o05*Di?Ii, ol tho E-thhage Eotsl, liich :oci, Irnowc everrwhere aayahe has n*?n ?he ldt?ral!f<l Ciitti.KV Srainsii Mxxruaa. admlciabsreu to over a hundred ntaes, in oaariT all the diMaMf for vrhichit is recommended, vita the most asccn '3hina'iy good result* He eays it ia the moat** trt?r<iinarx rciviirfne he hiw ever wen. AtlUE AND FEVER?QRlAr 0UH1.-T hereby certify that for three years I had Agne ami Pevei of the inoft nolent dee<-ripti(.r-.. I hid peveral Phy edeians, took U?ge quur.tiueb of Quinine, Marcury una I bei-.eve ali tli?. rcnics adreittaad, tut ail aith out permanent, relief. At Ian: I tried Carc.-r'e Spanish MLxtare, trrr ^jottleo of which effectually are, and ( am haj?py to nay T haTe lied nelfhe'i chilln or fet.-rr tin,re. I comiijer it the bett Truit in ttiLi woil.i, wad tfe* cnlr melieiae tfcat ?vei reached my aaie. JO/iN uC j{0I? t li Ltwti DiTcl, near Ki."lunon?. V*. 0. B. LOCH., ??Q., tew ia Iko city of J and for mar.y yeara in the Fo?f OfS<s>, hat eveb ronfidenee ia tb? a?to:iiekini eflcacy of Oarr-?r'? Sp&n'sn Mutui*. thai he btR bec^ht upimrdi of bottles, which he has irh'en away to the af?:3t*d. Mr. Look toys he has uo v*tr kooina it to faii wheo takau aoceriin?? to iiredilons. Car tas Hnxnifh Mixture, which were moo* truly eurprJfim/. He says In a case of Oonan-xptlnn, de pendent on tli* Liver, th? pood efface w#rs woo darfui indaod. eaUDKL H. Dkll! nXE, of the firm of Drinker A Morris, Rkliifni, w:ia cured cured of Uver C:m plaint of thrte f ears standing, Ly tho uro of tm b- ttlea of Garter's 8r.uni-h Mixture. OH!AT CUR* OP SCROFULA ?Tbf lH'tors of the tUobmoed Repnbiiccn had a Movant emplc/ed in th^r pT'taa room, oured of violent Mrofuia. c o bined with Hheumalism. which entirely didacM him from work. Two bottles of Carter s Spani^h Mist are nude a pt ruct c cj:e of him, tu^ ihe iLli tcru lu a public nrHc?, say they "chwrluily rr?nn iiitil it to all whe ?-e aiUlctsd with iny ol the blood " STILL ANOTHER i-TI33 OF 3CB03V^?.^--1 tui a rerr valnable boy cured of 8?ro?uUt by Gk> ??'t Spanish Mixture. I of.neiier it trniy a rais-bH m?dlnine. JAMRS il TAYI>tR, Oonmatc.* cn it: ft. F. and P. P.. B. Co_ iUohmond. Va. 8AXT 3.H10M OF TWENTY Y1AR8 filAK^-r'a CUkKD Sir. JOHb THOMPSON, ieeldlns 5a tbe 'Jty cl P.ichmon 4, was cured by three boctlac of Car'.ar'? Spatish Mixture, cf Falt Bheum, wblth he had lor nearly tvecty yet>is. aud which all tbe pnyruian* of the eould not cure. Mr. Thompscn is t well know* wnhtst in the city of Rfchmondf az.1 lib fa m?t nr r.rkable. Wit. A.fiiAII'UEWS, cf Richmond bad a H?rr?nt lured af JK>h:lis, in the wcra: form, by Carter's Spanish Mixture. ?1? fays be cheerfully rexm mends it, and cotuilars it a very invaluable me:i cine. EDWIN BUKTON, commissioner ol the revenue, says he has ?*en the good effects of Garter's epaaaib Mixture in a number of Syphilitic earns, and says it is a t-rfecc eure for that horrible disease. Uii. 6. HARWOOD, ex Richmond, cured of oU Seres and Uleere, wh<ch disabled him frem w?lklup. Fook a fcw bottlet* of Carter's Spanish !?Uxture, aa l was enabi*>l to walk withoat a eruUih, in a ko i time permanently cured. _ Vi. Principal Depots at 54 WARD, CL08E A No. M Maiden Lane. New York. _0 . . T. W DYOTT A SON^, No. 1W North Second sL, Philadelphia ... . . ? BKNNETi' h BERKS* No. 13* Main ?r*et, Rich Bond. Va. Ana for sale by CHARLES 8T0TT, Wadilngtrn, D. 0; HENIiT PEEL, Alexandria, and by Dnig^i^u eTfh??1$n>w bottle, or rix botMes M 1k 31?1 v RMOfKS^>P THB COUNTESS OF BLElj. King tnn. bv R. U. Madden. M.Jt.,1. A., twq FUAlUCR TATOUP TRAVELERS1 1RF? TUKY. BY RAILROAD DIBBCT TO TEC 3D W lime between Waahitigtoa and Whttliif trat 17# hoara! Kunming tim* br.H*>n Workington mud Cincinnati 27 hours Through Tickets and Baggage Checks to be had in Washington !!! THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD HAVIM5 rreatlj i reproved its Wr^n c?auc tions now (tf-ni the tu)Je?t tadac-iaeata te ?raveler* twt*-< <-n VV a>dunct?n. Baltimore. and all portions of the Wnd, tbo Northwest and the South ?vta?l The coun?c:i:?n between the train* from Wuk ?tgtoo and the trains bound w?-st from RaHimo e ? tlwsye promptly made at ih# V* ashingtnn Junnjon (lately called the Relay H..<i r) ? aulas frum Batu more. Tlii* i? the ?.idv cfen c of can r* quired be weec Wa*4.iugtnii and the Ohio river. Baggage is becked Uimu-li to Wh .'cling at the Wi?*bington -la.iou, and r* checked ai d tr;n?f<>ned there, (with .he pawsengers) wtbut rh.irpe,f??r those hr^ojrh ticket* <Vw p?*nH beynmi. The catm. etinf 'ruin.- lenva V\ aebiexi.w at C a. m. and 4% p. ii. On Sum'av* at tin? latter lx>ur only. At VHHtiitit! <tirr.t 09 nociom is marie with the rain* of the CENTRAL OHIO RAILROAD, run ning from Iteliaire on the Ohio, near Wli< elm*, hrourh Cambridf, Zane?v;lie and Newark, to COL CM B178 These train* enaaoet at Newark wtth ihe cars or I he Neuark. Manrfteld and Sandw - y Railroad Cor 8anMty, Toledo, 5 'ttfou, Chicago ?St. Louis, etc. At Columbus the C. O. Railroad train* connect with the fu?t train* of the Little Miami RaUromd to \enia, CINCINNATI, LOCISVILI.F. etc. At .Vett?? (<m Little Miami Ratboad) connect it a ia i ifuiH with the trnine through />ovton,tn INDIAN Terre Haute, LatayeUe, Chicago, Kocfc Inland, ot. Lou;*, etc. la' Passenger* holding through ticket* lor Afm pKi* I'ici-Aws, SaLJt^s, A'ew (hle> ui etc., which in- alMO Mild at Washington- are transferred at Dia gonal! to tl?e Mail St? aniere on the Ohio. Tickets or Evaiisrille, Cairo, and St. l*oui? are aold by this route. 4UTFOR CLEY ELAND, *nd Via Cleveland to I'tded >. Detroit, Chicago, etc , tick*-la are sola, whi n the O.110 is navigable between Wtieehag ud IVclLvdle (fo'tj ciiles) when a connection with die Cleveland and Pittsburg Railroad is made. Tiaaeliers are t^qmf ed to notic?* that wkile tho w the only rom* r-flordinr throuch and rh??i# in Washington, it is also the *!.ortc?t, nwwt -|<ee?y. and direct to neaily all the leading pomu ia tht treat We^t. The ui'tance to iu Wa<-i?u.|ron toCu cinnati ia but H53 oiiiem bring about 100 miles ubotv er than by any other route ! P\RE BY THROUGH TICKET FROM WA8B l\*fJT< >N: T? Wh< eli?.I, ^4 < VllllTOb'M $13 to; Oavton. i?15 .Ml; Cincinnati. $1<S ; LomsnBa. by r:t:lroad .^1865. hv hleaniertrom ( inciruati. l& ilitupolK,IK 5C?; Cleveland, #12 15; T<de4o, |15 Bw; D tioit. .aili 20; Cliiraro. ?S) 65 and $19 50; 8l L"uw, ^21? 50 and $2'i, Mtmphta, ^SJC. New fJr !? aas, JI31, etc. ^ i'OR KUKDFRI- K and H AUPF.R'S FERRY M ABTINHBUW;. HEHKKt.F.Y HPBINU8, CUM BERLAND, BKD*OBI? HPR1NGH, IWn.ont, Oak land, and Fauai ?ant, |>a^fQ* re may leave Waah ii'tjton at 6 & in or 4 p tu. For the n.inor way sution? Utween Ha'tiiDorc and VVheeliag, take I a m train frnm \Vry?hin?tan HIT For trains to and frt.o Baltimore, Aanapolir, ere., ?ee special advertifements. CTPor further information, thr uch ticket*. kcM applv to THOd. H. PARS-JNt*; Ag nt. at A ashui| toil Station. JOHN H. DONE, Mazier of T;an?portatioa Baltimore and Ohio RaU road, b alum ore. may 3?tf V* ASH1NQT0H BRANCH RAILROAD. CH ANGE OF IIOCRS. ON and after Monday, the 2&I in*t?nt, the traiw will L<-ave Washington at 6 and a. m . and 3 ani i % p m On Sunday at p m Leave Baluuiore at 4? and a m, and 3 ant 5? p m On Sundav at 41^ am. ap 23- tt T. H. PARPONB. Agent. Mott Bedell's Lino. & NEW i'OR K, ALF-XJ! SDRIJl. WJl SUING TQM CITY. JlSD DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA PACKETS. This line of packet? bailb weekly from pier 14 East River, New York.and often* ff necessary, and are composed of the ftulowing 6rit class vessels: >ew i?chr. A. V. Bedell. inaKer. New schr. Mott Fnieli. A. V. Tr*dwell. Pchr. Ann D., Wm. f>liver. master. SelK. Volant, L. A. Smith master. 8r!ir. Commandcr-in-Giitf, Wopl :m, Srhr. Green tray. Wi*?oa, ma-tcr These veanela are all fast aailem, and the i men of >l|WiMcr m lha mda. the only regu lar iine of VY.vtuiikton Citv pneketa. MOTT UEfELL, Wall mreet, If. T. fl. t?. MASTERS St SONS. Alexandria, Va THOMAS RILFY, fell 1?6m VV ashing'.ea and D. C. CRA1T0E AHD ALKXAWDRIA RAIL*0AD. On and after Tuc^dfry, Nov. 7, 1864, Car* leave Alexandria ?1aMy frr Oordoaa ?. viUe keI InteTapKii^te "tatione at "X o'elork, a.BL,? the arrival ol the hoat from WaehlngtM, giving am; le t<me tor t reakfaat on board Cca u-rtlnc: al Mana-nae Junction with a trua for Bts? enrg, at W?rrent>vn Ju cticn wHh a traLn fox War r-nt'.n, and at GcrlonariJe r.!?!i the .ralnj on tba \ irsr'.ri* Central Raliraaa for iUrhiLond,Charlotte* vil'e, u?a 2i*Tinlf T? T^e ear* \?eiv?? Of->|on.-?riUe dallv f^r Alexandria and intermeiluia ^tatlonf, at % before 12. a. aa., oa th* arrival ot the train* o; the Virginia Oratral nil road fr* n Kichiaoad, Charlcttervlil*. and etanntoa. THROUGH TiCKRTS f-oa Alexandria to Warren&ou ?$S 00 ?* ** Gcidotievilie....^....^. 8 feC ? - Charlott?BvCla 4 ? " " f'tanriton. 6 90 u " etrasburg ? 3 60 '' Lrvlikurg.;.??.^? ?** Ws -.haeter S K> u " Lara? 4 Si M Ufcw Kcrket 6 0# " " Mja^l-bwr. t ? r.r i.;Ticl.bc2f, ?0iin*ct:ni Tith the stag** at OharktVjiriUa, on Mccdav?, *fedae*3?7?f and fri dam For; and N?w Market, eonaartlng with th? s agea at Cul^eper, ca ?aei(Uye, r^neadaya, and fiat ardaj Vor Wiuchsater daily, ootiiectir& with the atagw as T'iedeont F?r \ildu:?b::T2, '!aUy, oonuectJig with the stag# at the Plains. far order: W. B. BROOK ITT, Agent, nov 7?dtf ros mount vbSnonT Ob TUBSDAYS and FRIDATS. Fare xoaud trip fl; from Alax andiia 76 oenU?lite 1H0MA8 OOLLYRR laawl Wanhingtou at 9 and Alexandria ?t 9>^ o'clock. loadiee lest e the Capitol tcr ?he boa. at 8 k c'dk CoacL. fure '0 car rj. Ferscna wLihtng tba Coaches will leate thalr w* J?ife with Sue. 4c TIjoi, Parker. R'^eehiaentc en the beat oat as?dU t A VL ORDNIY. Capt ?UK flUW YORK 4 LI V kHPOOl UNITED S TA TES MAIL 8TEAMKR8. mHR bUISd OOMPRiBire T2IS UN* AM ? THE? ATLANTIC, Cart. West. PACIFIC, dart. Nye, BALTIC. Capt. Oamatoek, ADRIATIC Capt Grartoa. These ehipe have been built by oontract, expreae ly tor Government aerr .oe; every rare baa beea taken la their c- n<raction, u in thr Bngine* M inattre strength and ?j>eed, and their acoonunoda* i win* for ^>aMenger3 arc unequalled for alag*ao? and ooinfDrt Fries of r*Mage from Few York to Urwpool, J Bret cabin ? ? 8?ood Cabin ~r~ ????? ?? Cxriufir? une oi extra idae atata rootne.........? IP >rcm L.vrrpool to New York ?M and ?30. An axper>noed aurgecn attached to aa:h Uxif No berth can be secured until paid tor. For freight or pa*uge apply to RDWARD K COLLINS * 00-, M Wall street. New York. BROWN, SHIPLBY k CO., . f rp * - R. G. ROBERTS * 00., 18 King** Arms Yard, Lcnioa JOHN MUNROR k 00, M Rue Notra Dane dee Yktoires, Faria GEO. ii. DRAPKit, llawe. Tba owners of thaea ehip/will not be aroooatabii for gold, silver, bullion, epeeie, jewelry, stones or Dttala, unlest- bills of lading are thar jfrr. an-* Lhe value thereof therein !??dlr BAirxure hods* of fairo * nouu* OpvonU cWitei States Trtmmmy BONDS, Stork" anl otho* (Meanue* pa?eba?? and aold. , Interest at the rate of aix ner eeat fa aaaaat i lowed on de|HMits whan left aa Bi day* a* h4|f I an *4?feu

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