Newspaper of Evening Star, March 28, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated March 28, 1855 Page 4
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EVENING STAR THE HOUSEHOLD dablhto ?T job* cbitculst wici, (? "w*!"! E*(Uzmd?+ wmmm.) Little Ella, fairest, dearest, Uato me ud unto mine? Earthlv cherub, corning nearest To my dreams of shape* divine! Her twrabsence frets and pains me, Her bright presence solace brings, Her spontaneous love restrains me From a hundred selft-h things. Little Ella moveth lightly, Like a graceful fawn at play, Like a brooklet running brightly, in the genial smile of May ; Like a breeae upon the meadows, AU besprent with early flower?, Like a bird 'mid syivan shadows, In the golden summer hours. You should see her when with nature She goes forth to think or play, Every limb and every feature Drinking in the joy of day; ^topping oft 'mid floral splsndor, . Snatching colors and perfume*, She doth seem so fair and tender, Kin to the ambrosial blooms. Sweet thought sitteth like a garland On her placid brows and eyes? Eyes which seem to see a far land Through the Intervening skies; and she seems u> listen often To some voice above the sphere*, Whilst her earnest features soften Into calmness, "km to fears. Not all mirthful is her manner, ? Though no laugh so blithe as hers , Grave demeanor comes upon her When her mmo?t nature stirs. When a gentle ti,> n proves her, All the gladsome graces flee; But the word 4 forgiveness" moves Iter, And with new joy s*. ts her free. Should a shade of sickness near me, Then she takes a holier grace, Coines to strengthen and to cheer me, With her angel light of face. * i*p the stair I hear ner coming, Duly at the morning h ur, Sweetly singing, towftly humming, Like a bee about a flower. Good books wake ecstatic feelinss In her undeveloped mind? Holy thouguts, whone high revealings Teach her love for human kind; Music thrills her with a fervor, Like the -ongs of seraphim; May bright spirits teach and nerve her To partake the perfect hymn. God of Heaven ! in thy good seeing, Spare this darling child to me? Spare me this unsullied being. Till she brings me close toThee. TTn?een angels! bless her, mould her Into goodness, clothed in grace. That on high T may behold her Talking with ye, face to face. cirtion Aoaivst Frightening Chil dren.?a melancholy instance of the ?worse than foolish practice of frightening children, in whieh some people indulge, in spite of too frequent warnings of its awful consequences, has lately taken place in Devizes. A little boy named Godge, employed in one of the factories, was sent into a dark rcom? one evening last week, to fetch some yarn. Another boy had been previously sent into the same room, and had run out screaming that "something had jumped out" and taken the yarn from him. The boy Godge, after saying that he was afraid of nothing, went boldly into the room, some other boys remaining outside. In a few minutes,Godge was heard to scream and fall upon the floor. He was found to be in a violent fit, and was at once convey d home. He has had a succes sion of fits ever since, and there is con siderable doubt about his recovery. Th? cause of this misery was some brainless fool with a sheet over his head, and sta tioned, for the fun of the thing, in the re motest corner of the room. Russian Republicanism.?The Athe nwum says that a Russian press, print ing works in Russian, of a democratic order, is in full operation in London The first Russian grammar ever printe< was at Oxford, in 1696, by Ludolf. Hert zen, in 1^53, issued from the above pres; an address to the Russian noblemen ; h< has now publishing a work entitled 44 Prison and Banishment." The best defence of lying that w ever read is the remark of Charles Lamb related by Leigh Hunt, that " truth i not to be wasted on everybody." MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS Same. Leave for Dave. Boston Liverpool...Mar. 3 hermann Bremen New York.. Feb. 9 Vnion Haore New York. . Mar. 1 Liverpool Boston....Mar. 1 America Liverpool.... Boston .. Mar. 3 or?- The California steamers leave New York oi the 3th and 39th of each month. ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL H0TEL8 Wlllardi' Hotel? r. a k j. c. wiluio. u Wenson. Pa B Miller, Va J F Wjlde, n8 h g Baker, do 1i de Byrnie, NY B 8 Thompsm, do. 3 West, Cal H b Hutter, Mass A B Morns, NY D Stone, Me D rte Goicowey, do W H Shelden, NY G 1 Harvey, Pa C Maples, do p f Stoui,do T O Rogers, do J C Harrison, Md w T Porbes. Pa T ii Oliver, do Mrs Oiark, mi e Davison a. family, NY E H Writht, nj T B Wheeler, do O Watson, do J crossed, do National Hotel--a r. willard W W Sntli. Md J B Sutherland, Pa T tenant, do cr Webb, do J R Cole, NC G A Buckingham It son, D C Wilson, nj NY Mrs Caldwell k son, NY W J Chever k lady. Masi J Perry , DC M Ro?e, Va ' A Youi.g, Tei O W Thomas, Md G Chorpenmng, Cal W A Laker, do G N Miller, NY R Wootton, do R A Smith, do W Bakewell, Pa J Aeker.nan. do f Morna, do J M P. ase, do ' Browse' h%tal?t. r. a. m. mow*. J B Smith, ps j w >fl?hol. E McK-nney, Va p Lord, do G W Scott, do Z B Be all, Md ; w Roper, do Maj Wagner, do D r Ranxom, vt O Sexton, jr. NY J Cohen, jr, fc lady, NY W J Green, Va J Naaon, do J M Byrnside, do J N Seymour, do J 8 Wilson, do J 1 Aflreid, n a J Norton, Jr, Mass R 1. Pritched, do G W Neuman, Md G B Scott, do C V Hebb, Tenn ? iltad States Hotel?*, c. rackhbt. J M Be ill k friend, Va W M Moore, Va i H Saunders, do J S Penaybackfr, do J Norton, Jr, mas* E H Janney, do vv Ewuig fit sou, Va C B Hamilton, do Mr siai^bury do f B F Burgess, Md Mrs Stan?bury, do E C Billings j William-on, o A McD Lyons ' do j e Clark, Mass d w hue, NY J Commiskey, Md Kiikwood Honsa j h. k a. gtaawooo. i Dsnnio, Md S Huirhes NY roH^psy't" zbfc^md to Hall, nt M C Kinney, Va w S Burrows, Tcnn n G Burner k ladv do A D Jessup, Pa c L Broadu. do .? Kunxe, Ala 8 Underbill, NY if ? nslon Houst, Altxaadria. Va. a. hswtoii, raorais roa. T V Douglass, V a , bp Noland, wife k child S Fickiin, do Va u' Mr Peyton, do C A Washington do T 8 Taylor, do W P Uuesen berry, do W Wilson, Md E P Tayloe, do C H jon**, k v Hon B Brown, do J B Tucker, III W B Slaughter, do MrTatf, Va n Gol<l? borough, do F Lewis, Bo J A Carter, do W M Ley feet, ta E & Kemper, do G W Peters, DC R W Blakemors, do H C Demick, do R p Smith do R W Carter, Va j g Barbour, jr, do J J Malooe. do h {j Plunnagas. do ) i R Taylor, do j w MitcheflTlld j loimstoa, do A Anderson, do j?G M.ilerk lady, NY T C Heller, u8n ii n'lckoison, in: G W P Hoiwu>h do J A Snyder, do JT Mitchell, d& HEW POSTAGE ACT. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC AND 1NSTRUC TlONS TO POSTMASTERS. NOTICE is hereby given that, agreeably to an act of Congress approved March 3, 1855, the following rales of postage are to be charged on and after ffce fint day of Jtpril ns*<, in lieu of those now e Ha Wished, to wit: On every single letter conveyed in the moil be tween places in the United Stales, for any distance not exceeding three thousand miles, three cents; aad for any distance exceeding three thousand miles, ten cenn. From ami after the first day of April pre-payment on letters is required?excepting upon such as are fh or from a foreign country, or to officers ?f the Government on official business. The franking privilege remains unchanged. | from and after the first day of January, eighteen 7 hundred and fifty six, postmasters are required to ; place postage stamps upon all pre-paid letters on which such samps may not have been placed by the writers. - By the 3d section of the act the Postmaster Gene ral is authorized to establish a uniform system for the registration of valuable letters. This provision oi the law will be carried into effect, and special m stiuctions therefor will be issued to Postmasters as soon as the necessary blanks can be prepared and rfi tributed. JAMES CAMPBELL, Postmaster Gent. Post Office Dsrartment, March 9,1855. mar 10?3tawtAprill WASHINGTON AQUEDUCT. Office Washikgtom Aq edcct, ) Watnngton, March 7, 1855. j PROPOSALS are invi'.ed for graduation, stone and bnck masonry, dams, tunnels, and other works of the Washington Aqueduet. Proposals received up to the 8tli of May will be j opened at noon of that day. Maps, profiles, and specifications of the work will b? ready for examination on and after the SiOth day | of April next. Proposals will be received for the work of particu lar culverts, bridges, 8tc., as described in the plans | and specifications. Portioiw only of some of tha works can be com pleted under the present appropriation, but all the , contracts for unfinished Wiirk will be subject to fu ture appropriations by Congress. The Engineer re serves the right to prescribe the amount ot work to , be dons and rate of progress under such contract | for each appropriation, and, in case of the appro priation not holding out sufficiently, to decide when and what works shall be stopped until funds become available. In ca*c of the en'ire stoppage of any particular work for want of funds, the reserved ten per cent, will be paid, if, in ths judgment of the Engineer, the I work hds been properly executed so far as it has [ gone. Payments will be made in specie checks upon the United States Treasury, upon the monthly estimates of the Engineer, reserving 10 per cent.; and it will b" a condition ofall contracts that the workmen shall bs paid their full wages monthly aad in specie. All bids sh <uld be ^alcd and endorsed " Propo sals for work on the Washington Aqueduct." The United States reserves the right to reject ??y or all the bids should they not be deemed advan tageous, and to make such arrangements a?? n ay be_ considered most conducive to the progress of the' work. Every offer must be accompanied by a written guarantee, signed by one or more responsible per ">ns, to the effect that he or they undertake that the i>i''d?*r or bidders will, if his or their bid be accepted, | enter into an obligation, within ten days, with good .iii?1 -ufficient sureties, tor the completion ofthe 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 Ine Engineer or Department of War, that j , the guarantors are able to make good their guarantee. , Form of Guarantee. I To Capt. M. C Meigs, U. S. Engineer!: We, the undersigned, residents of , in the State of , hereby, jointly and severally, cove j nant with the United States and guaranty, in case I tiie foregoing bid of be accepted, that he or th? y will, within ten da- s after the acceptancu of ?*ald bid, execute a contract for the same, with good ami sufficient sureties, to perforin the work or turmsli the articles proposed, in conformity to the t> rms of the advertisement under which it w.is made; and, in ease the said shonld fail to enter into contract as aforesaid, we guaranty to uiuke go h! the difference between the offer by the si 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, mar 7?eotMayBfcwtf HOWARD LIFE INSURANCE COM PANY OF NEW YORK. H- C. SPAOil*G, of Washington, Agent. 'l'HFi Howard Life Insurance Company, posers*. | ing an ample capital, and every facility for ex tending its operations upon the most secure basis, makes every insurance against Life Risks upon the most favorable terms. Parties insuring upon the mutnal plan are enti tied to a proportionate share of the profits ; or upon the joint stock plan by which they pay a lower rate of premium, but do not share profits. Policies are granted either for life, or for a limited . period 31 The Howard commends itself to persons in all BI stations, but especially to every head of a family. Military or Naval f>fficers off or on duty may be insured in time at" peace. Persons insured in thia Company have the privi lege of crossing the Atlantic, to port* in Europe, at all seasons of the year witlom extra premium.? Rpecial permits for California, Australia, or the Sandwich Islands, at a reduced rate of premium. Office No. 338 North D street, one door east of Tenth. mar 3?eolm 0 6 I /OFFICE No. 519 Seventh street, three doors | VJ from Odd Fellows' Hall. SPECTACLES and GLASSES suited to every sight, on a true and sci entific principle See circulars, to be had at the ! office. feb 2S?lm* PR. P. MeFARLAI. Office?No. 332 Pennsylvania avenue, near Ninth street, Washington, D. C. mar 90?eolm* o United States Patent Office, \ Washington, Mar. 22,1866. j N the petition of CHAaLia W. Copslasd of New ? Yerk, N. Y., praying for the extension of a pat ent granted to him for an improvement In ' the manner of arranging the low preecure steam engine so as to adapt it* parts te be used by vessel*. for ooean service," for seven years from the expiration of said patent, which takes place on the 11th day of June, eighteen hundred and fit ty-flve: It is ordered that the said petition be heard at the Patent Office on Monday, the 28th day cl May, 1865, at 12 o'clock m.; and all persons are notified to appear and show cause, if any they have, why said petition oaght not to be granted. Persons opposing the extension are required to file In the Patent Office theirolyections, specially set forth in writing, at least twenty days before the day of hearing; all testimony filed by either party to be used at the said hearing must be taken and trans- . mitted in accordance with the rules of the office, which will be furnished on application. The testimony in the case will be closed on the 18th day of May; depositions and other papers re? lied on as testimony must be filed in the office on or before the morning of that day; the arguments, il any, within ten days thereafter. Ordered also, that this notice be published in the Union, Intelligencer, and Kvening 8tar, Washing ton, D. Argus, Baltimore, Md ; Kvening Argus, Philadelphia, Pa^ Scientific American, New York and Inquir r, Cincinnati, Ohio, once a week for three successive weeks previous to the 2Sth day 01 May next, the day of hearing. CHARLES MASON, Commissioner of Patents. P. 8.?Editors of the above papers will please copy and send their bills to the Patent Office, with a pa per containing this notice. marii?83w - w ? United Statee Patent Offieet 1 WasBinaroif, Mar. 21,1866. j ON the petition of Charles F. Hcbs, of N. York, N. Y . praying for the extension of a patent granted to him for an improvement in "the man ner of making the slides ef ex'ention tables," for seven years from the expiration of said patent, which takes place on the 22d day of June, eight een hundred and fifty five: It is ordered, that the said petition be heard at the Patent Office on Monday, the 11th day of June next, at 12 o'clock, m.,and all persons are notified to appear and show cause, if any they have, why said petition ought not to be granted. Persons opposing the extension are required toflle in the Patent Office their objections, specially set forth In writing, at least twenty days before the day ol hearing; all testimony filed by either party to be need at the said hearing must be taken and transmitted in accordance with the rules of thisOfflce, which will be furnished on application. The testimony in the case will be closed on ths 3lst of May ; depositions, and otherpapers relied on as testimony, must be filed In the office on or before the morning of that day; the arguments, 11 any, within ten days thereafter. Ordered, a so, that this uotloe be published in the Union, IntelUgenoer, and Kvening Star. Washing ton, D. Cm Argus, Baltimore, Md ; Kvening Argus, Philadelphia, Pa; and Scientific American, Hew York; onoe a week for three suooeesive weeks, pre vious to the 11th day of Jnne next, the day ol bearing CHARL1S MASON, Commissioner of Patents, fc, 8.?Kdltorsof the above papars will please cop) and send their billsto the Patent Oftee,with a paper containing this notice. ipar 22?Th#w PROPOSALS FOJt KAIL 1AOS. Post Ornca DirAKTKivT, January 12, 1855. SEALED PROPOSALS will be recriyed atOu,, Department nntil 9 o'clock a. m., of the 33d of April next, for furnishing for four ywi from the let lay of July neat, in inch quantities and at rach times aa may be required and ordered for the m?n jemce, maiJ baga of the following description, to Canvas Mail Bags. Sue No. I, (43 inches in length, and 69 inches in circumference,) to be made of cotton canvass weighing 15 ounces to the yard of27 inches width: flvVfUJ ^1116 fabric 10 *** doubled and twisted and Siae No. 2, (41 inches in length, and 46 inches in circumference,) to be made or cotton canvass weighing 16 ounces to the yard of 27 inches width! and the cloth to be woven in every respect like that of the first size of bags. Siae No. 3, (32 indies in length and 36 inches in circumference,) to be made of cotton canvass, weighing 10 ounces to the yard of 23 inches width! and th i cloth to be woven as above described. The canvass bags of sizes Nos. 1 and 2 are to be made with a sufficient number of eyelet holes, and provided with strong cord to secure their mouths. ?<T .af,e *1 h* weN and distinctly marked "17. S. Mail," and to be numbered according to the sizes above specified. Leather and Canvass Pouches. Size No. 1.48 in. in length, and 60 in. circumference Size No. 2. 41 do da 48 do Size No. 3. 36 do do 42 do Size No. 4.36 do do 38 do Size No. 5. 96 do do 28 do The body of the leather pouches is to be made of good and substantial bag-leather, well tanned, weiah H0"*1 *nd 2 not less than 8 ounces, and for the smaller sizes not less than 7 ounces to the so font; the bottom and flap to be of good skirtini leather, well tanned, and the same to be well and strongly secured with the best iron rive s, well tinned. The canvass pouches are to be made of densely woven canvass, so as to resist water, or at least equal to that of which the pouches now Ui the service are made. - u Leather and Canvass Horse-mail bars. (In saddle bags form.> Size No. 1. Body 48 inches long, and 42 inches in S'!?2*? ^ ! Size No. 2. Body 44 inches long, and 36 inches in ? <* -ass of same 10 by 20 inches ?owoms The leather horse mail bags are to be made of good and substantial bag leather, well tanned, and weighing not less than bounces to the square fj?t and the seams to be well and strongly sewed ? or if rider! * * d?n* n0t 10 Cha'e ^oZ'oi The canvass horse mail bags are to be made of svribe?6 qua,'ty 01 fabric as the pouches above de Canvass and Leather Drop-letter Pouches u. pooketa.) i:? Z: i? zin "a*- i'?<*??*?... Canvass Newspaper Mail Bags. 8ixe No. 1, (48 inches in length and 62 inches in circimiference,) ip be made of cotton cSnvai ?t iclnitc at least 15 ounces to the yard of 22 inchei Jlf the fahric to be doubled and twiKted and five-fold, and the bag to be se constructed !? 1,stvc a handl? at each end. Size No. 2, (41 incites long and 48 inches in cir cumference,) to be of the same material and man ner of construction with size No. 1. improvements in the construction oi any of the above-described mail-bags, or in the ma In't !h ^?f' "e ?"ted 5 ani lhe "taUve value and adaptation to the service as well as nrice ol such improvement will be considered in determin ing the lowest and best bidder. No proposals will be considered if not aecom Ijanied with samples of each article bid for, showinj the construction, quality of materials, and workman ship proposed, and aJso with evidence of the com petency and ability of the Mddcr to ?xnmc the work according to contract. The specimens must be delivered at the Depart ment on or before the 9M day of Ann J next and will, in connexion with the pm(?MaJs Rem the basil ct the contracts. Spedeeee depoeiied by bidden which may with safety ead convenience be used ir XT*!! ST ? ?? P',:^en *,n be required tm eater into contract on oi before the 15th day of lest next, with bond an/ snfPci??nt sureties for a MAM r-'Ttninn of ih< obligations as entered iale. All the articles contracted for are to be deliver at the contractor's ezpe.se, at BeatonMa22K j,.New Yar* and Buffalo, N. V.; Philadulphii and I ittsburgh, Pa.; Baltimore, Md.: Washington Ai.v; Ne^^rll^^ La.^SS8l^^'T^nn!-*^!!o^a v!lle, Ky.; Cincinnati, Ohio; and St. Louis 'Mo ii such quantities and at such tinrffcs as the Dexmrt aient may require ; and they are to be ririSFfn whfch^h2i>r^dei,fVrf?' ?ndK?ne 10 h? ardb?p inferior to the specimens or stand j enable bidders to estimate the number of th< fSSS ^ndfof inail bags Which will probably b r quired, they arc informed that there were fur n.,hed for the u?e of the Department dX SI year which ended 30th June last. 2,135 Icathe mad bZ- .3j^ P^ches; 450 leather horse c^va? maTb^VafM' ^ maJ' ba?9 ; and r0p^ral" '!h1OU,d ^ endorsed " Proposals to a* fff" an addressed to the " PottmLte MMES CAMPBELL, jan 15?law!2w Postmaster General. AMD LIT] ?T INYIQORAnifQ 1LIXIE OB OtlRriT at, .v gRfSS ?SSfta^*Sfta-wi ft'iSSKssssfiS-5* * ISBBffiWVSW 3323.* ? " *?**?" X KrfcS; i m?*0 of all the naturauJSSa, aa weU^ SfffiC ssti'jssirs ?-as th? .llln, wlf., th# overworn man of bnrrtn rw . i ?7 youth, th preesion, the IndividnaTt^?ril!f^ n?rrous d? biiity, or fVom ths l^kn^I^* ^ general d? jHsg?roaff'js8wrc>,m to enumerate the maladies for which this prapara ration is a specific. A few. however, may beenume rated, vl?: neuralgia, tic aolereaux, bfMache, indp lent paralysis, hysteria, palpitation of the heart, api a*! affections, muscular debility, tremera, fiatulanot a pricking sensation In the Seen, numbness, torpid tty of th- liver, mental depression, weakness of tin will, Indisposition to more, faintneas after exercise broken sleep an 1 terrifying dreams, inability to re main in one plaoe c r position, weakness of the pro creative organs, sexual Incompetency, melanebolv monomania, fluor albua, s nking at the stomach, n male irregularities, a chronic tendenoy to misear riage, emaciation, and all ooin plaints growing out o a free induhtenoe of the passions, and all barrennea that doaa net proeeed from organic causes bcyon< the reach of medicine. Whenever the organs to le acted upon are frm from malformation or strictural diseases it is averret ^h?* MORSra INVIGORATING ILIXKB will replace weakness with strength, incapacity witl efficiency, irregularity with uniform and natural eo tivity, and this not enly vttnout hazard of reaction, bat with a happy effect on the general organiattion g^Bear in mind that all maladies, wherever the; begin, finish with the nlrrous system, and that tb< paralization of the nerves or motion and sensation ii physical death. Bear in mind also, that for ever] of nervous disease the mixer Oordlal la Um taly reliable preparation known. CAUTIOB. Da. Moui*a Iryieoairara Ooanux has been eeun IsrfUted by soms unprincipled persons. In future, all the genuine Ooraial will have Um proprietor's foe simile pasted over the oork of each bottle, and the folio sing words blown in the glass Dr*t flora* *? Iavlgorattng Cordial* C. H. RlhO, Pr?prl*i?rf M.Y. 49* The Oordlal is pat up highly oeucentratod, la pint bottles. friee, |8 per bottle; two for $1; rfx for $19. C. E. KINO. Proprietor, 199 Broadway, New York. BolJ by Druacists throughoat the Uaited Statea, Qaaadas, and Wsst Indies. AGHTP. Warfhlngton-Z. D GILbUN, Haiti more?8. 8. HANffiJ. Rlolimond?BSNN^TT A ?HSJUi. mar ao aotf TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. M Mott Bedell's Line. NEW YORK. ALEXANDRIA, WASHINGTON CITY, AND DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA PJACKETS. fTIHIS LINE OP PACKETS SAILS WEEKLY I from pier 14 EM River, New York, end ofierier tfneceesary, end ere composed of the following flrst claas vessels: Mew schr. A. V. Btddl, Bedell, master. New aclir. MoU Bedell, A. V. Tredwell. Bchr. Ann D., Wm. Oliver, master. Self. Volant, L. A. Smilii, muter. 8cbr. Commander-m- Chief, Wogi jm, master. Sebr. Or sen way, Wilson, master. These vessels ere all fast sellers, and the masters men of experience in the trade, and the only regu lar line of Washington Citv packets. MOTT BEDELL, Wall street, N. Y. S. S. MASTERS fc SONS, Alexandria, Va. THOMAS RILEY, fob 1?dm Washington and D. C. CROKWKLL'H BALTIMORE STEAMSHIP LINE BETWEEN NEW YORK BALTIMORE It BOSTON, TXT ILL dispatch a Steamer daily from Baltimore f T and NewYork, and twice a week frotn Boston to Baltimore and Baltimore to Boston. This line affords unequalled facilities to the bus! ness men of the District of Columbia. The Agents

at either point will receive freight and give a through bill of lading to Washington at the lowest rates o( freight and no commissions charged. Applications for freight promptly attended to by the following agents: A. C. HALL, 58 Exchange Place, Baltimore. H. B.CROMWELL. Corner Washington and Albany sta., N. Y. JNO. W. SCHANK, jaii 14?dSm Foot of India Wharf, Boston.* FOR THE WEST AND SOUTH. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. IMPROVED ARRAN3EMRNTS FOR TRAVEL I IMPORTANT CHANGES OFSCHMDUDBt I ^ The late completion of the tral Ohio Railroad between ng and Columbus, uniting, as it does, by to ?hart end direct a line, the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad with all portions of tbe Wbat (and North and Southwest,) gives this route greatly increased advantages to through travelers in that direction. On and after MONDAY, November 27, 1864. the trains will be run as follows: FOR THROUGH PASSKNGER3. Two Cast trains daily will inn In each d:recbon Tint?The MAIL TRAIN, leaving Camden Station at 7 a. m., instead oLS o'clock as heretofore, (except on Sunday,) and afflvlng at Wheeling at 2 40 a. m. Seoond?The EXPRESS TRAIN, leaving at 5 p. m , in 1 teed of at 7 p. m., as heretofore, and running through to Wheeling in about 17 hours, reaching there at 10 26 a. m. This train will stop at Wash* Ington Junction, Sykesville, Mouocaey, Harper's Frry, Martinsburg, Sir John's Run, Cumberland, Piedmont, Rowlesburg, Newbury, Vetterman, Farm ingten, Cameron and Moundsvllie only, for wood and water and meals. Both tfceee trains make prompt and regular oonnoctlon with the cars of the Central Ohio Road for Cambridge, Zantgville, New ark, Columbus, Cincinnati, Louisville, Dayton, Sandusky, Toledo, Letrolt, Indianapolis, Chicago, 8t Louis, etc. Passengers leaving Baltimore by the Mail Train; will reacb Cincinnati for dinner next day, while by the Express Train they arrive there at 12 the next night, being kept but ene night on tbe route by eith*r train. Passengers for tbe Northwest via Cleveland and all intermediate points can make a direct connec tion with the trains upon the Cleveland and Pitts burg Railrord at all times when the Ohio is naviga ble for steamers between Wheeling and Wellrville, by leaving Baltimore in the Mail Train at 7 a. m. Returning, the Trains leave Wheeling as follews: The EXPRESS TRAIN at 4.30 p. m., reaching Bal timore at 0.60 a m. The MAIL TRAIN at 11.46 p. m, reaching Baltimore at m 7 p. 4^* Through tickets by beat from Wheeling for Cincinnati, M.dison, Louisville, St. Louis and other River Cities, will he sold et ail times when the stage of water will admit. Through tickets between Baltimore and Washington, and all tbe important cities and towns In the West, are sold at the Ticket Offices of the Company. FOR WAY PASSENGERS. THE MAIL TRAIN, leaving Camden Station will take paseengers for all tbe usual stopping place* on the Road Returning, this train leaves Wheeling at 11.46 midnight, Cumberland at 10.16 a. m., and arrives at Baltimore at 7 p. m. THE FREDERICK ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, for Frederick and intermediate places, will start at 4 p. m., daily, (except Sunday*) arriving in Freder ick at 7.40 Returning will leave Frederick at 6 a. m7 arriving et Baltimore at 12.30, noon THE ELLICOTTS MILLS ACCOMMODATION will be ran dally, (exoept Sundays,) as follows: Leave Camden 8tation at 0 a. m. and 8 p. m. Leave Ellioott's Mills at 7.30 a. m. and 0.80 p. m. WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. TRAINS RUN AS FOLIOW8 : LEAVE daily, exoept Sunday, at 6 and 8Jf a. m. and 3 and 5 p m. On Sunday atoam and 6 pm. Leave Baltimore at 4^ and 9am; and ft and 8 t m. On Sunday at 4Jtf ? m and Ipm. The connection* with Baltimore A Ohio Railroad for the Wert are by trains leaving at 8 a m and 2 p m. Per Philadelphia and New York at 8, and 8X a id and ipm. For Annapolis at 8^ a m and 6 pm. For Noriolk at 8 p m. T. H. PARSONS, Agent. Partlcu'ar attention Is called to the Role requlr ing a responsible voucher for any person ef ooloi who may wish to pass ovir the road. dec 18?dtf OBAJGE AJTD ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD On and after Tuesday, Nov. 7^.1 rB Oars leave Alexandria daily for Gordon* ville and Intermediate stations at 7Jtf o'clock, a. m^ on the arrival of the boat from Washington, giving ample time for breakfast on board. Con nesting at Manassas Junction with a train for Btrae burg, at Warrenton Junction with a train for War renton, and at Oordonsville with the trains on th? Virginia Central Railroad for Richmond, Charlotte* ville, and Staunton. The ears leave Oordonsville dally for Alexandria and intermediate stations, at V4 before 12, a. m., on the arrival of the trains ot the Virginia Central rail road from Riehmoad, Charlottesville, and Staunton THROUGH TICKETS. Prom Alexandria to Warrenton $2 00 * " Oordonsville 8 60 44 44 Charlottesville 4 26 * " Staunton ??. ?????? 6 60 44 44 Strasburg 8 60 " " Lynchburg.............. fl 78 44 44 Winchester. 8 60 44 44 Luray........ 44 44 New Market............ 6 00 44 44 Middleburg .. 2 26 For Lynchburg, connecting with the stages at Charlottesville, on Mbndays, Wednesdays, and Fri days For Luray and New Market, connecting with the ? ages at Oulpeper, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sat urday. For Winchester daily, connecting with the stages at Piedmont Per Middleburg daily, connecting with the stages at the Plains. * Per order: W. B. BSOCKBTT, Agent. nov 7?dtf * FOR MOUNT VERNON. ? On TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS. Fare round trip 91; from Alex andria 76 osnfes.?The THOMAS COLLY ER leevai Washington at 9 and Alexandria at 9% o'clock. Ceechss leave the Capitol for the boat at 8)f o'clk. Coach fore 10 oents. Persons wishing the Coaches will leave their resi dence with Geo. ? Thee. Parker. Refreshments on the boat. Oct 28?dtf BAM*L GEDNEY, Capt. THE HEW YORK * LIVERPOOL UNITED 8TATES MAIL STEAMERS? The ships comprising this line ami THE? ATLANTIC, Capt. West PACIFIC, Capt Nye, BALTIC, Out. Cemstock, ADRIATIC, Capt. Oral ton. These ships have been built by contract, express ly for Government aervloe; every care has been taken In their construction, as In the Engines to Insure strength and speed, and their aooommoda* Uons for passengers are unequalled for elegance and comfort. Price of passage from New York to Uverpool, In htbi caDin *120 Second Cabin.. .................. TO Exclusive use of extra slae state roams............ 800 From Liverpool te New York ?30 and ?20. An experienced surgeon attached to each ship. No berth oan be secured until paid for. For freight or naasage apply to EDWARD K. COLLINS * 00., ' 60 Wall street, New York. BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO., IiverpooL E. G. ROBERTS A CO., 18 King's Anns Yard, London. JOHN MUNBOB A OOf 28 Rue Notre Dame des Vi< toirea, Paris. GEO. B. DRAPER, H*v*e. the owners of these shlpe will not be acoonnlable for gold, silver, bullion, snesie, jewelry, precious stones or metals, unless bills ef lading are signed therefor, and the value thereof therein expressed. HOT 18?dly I ?- ?m f - NAVY 8UPPLH8?1856*'66. Natt Dnimwr, ) Bnreou of Provisions and Clothing. > k mnh il, IBM. f OIPAKATI PB0PO3.VLS, ngtUj And endorsed I YJ?2*0"U *"? be re:ei?ed ????? ?atu 8 o'blook p . m. on Saturday, The Mtb ?07 of April next, for farQitbing and dtllW ing (<m noHlf too d?ys? aotice, except for biscuit, for whieh five days' noti e shall be given for every twenty thousand pound* required) at the United States navy-yard* at Charlestown, Massachusetts, Brooklyn, New York, and Qospo t, Virginia, such quantities, cniy of the following article* aa may be aulred or ordered from the ontractors by the ?f of this bureau, or by the wpnttre command ing of&oera or tbe ssid navy-yards, during the fiscal year ending June SO, I860, t1* : Flour, naoalt, vnlekey, sugar, Ian. coffee, rice, moloases, vinegar, pickles, bems and dried apples. | Tbe flour shall be supertln^ and of the manufac ture of wheat grown In the year 18M or 1866; but ahall In all eaaea be manufactured from wheat of tbe ?op Immediately preceding the da tea af tbe re quisition lor the aame ; ahall be perfectly sweet, and la ?U respects of the beat quality, and ahall ba dellv ?red in good (hipping order, free of all charge to the United State*, in the beat new, well seosone^, sound Lright barrels, or half barrels, as the esse may b? th- staves and headidgs to be of whl e oak of the beat quality, strong and well"hcoped, with lining hoop* arcund each bead, ana equal in qnality (a sample barrel at aaid naif yard*; two half barrels to be considered as a barr?l, and not more than one sixth tbe required quantity to b? ?n half barrels Th* biscuit shall be made wholly from sweet su Elne flour, of tbe manufacture of tbe year 1864 or I, but shall In all cases be manufactured from flour made of the crop Immediately preoedin* 1b* dates of the requisitions for the aame; and ehaii be folly equal in quality, and conform In siae and shap^ to thk samples which are deposited in the raid nary yard; shall b* properly baked, thorough ly kiln dried, well paoked, and delivered free of charge to tbe United States, io good, sound, well dried, bright, flour barrel*, as a bo re described, with the bead well r?eu*d; or In air and watertight whiskey or spirit barrels, at the option of the bu rr* i The wh'akey shall be made wholly from grain, found and merchantable, and ba fi'ty per oent. above proof according to the United rtates custom house standard. It shall ba delivered in good, new' sooad, heigh % three quarters hoop*d, wall-saasc nad whfis oak barrels, with whits oak hand*, the beads to be made of three piece heading and wall painted; tns staves not to ba leas than % inch thick, and the he*ds not less than in;h thick; and each barrel shall be ooopered. la addition, witb onethreo-peony iron-hoip on each bilge 1V4 inch In width, and 1-16?n inch thick, and on* three-penny hoop on ?a*b chime, ljtf inch fn width, acd 110th inch thick, as per diagram The whole to bsput in gocd shipping order, free of all ohargo to the Unit d States. The sugar shall be according to sampl's at th-? said nary yards; and be dry and fit for packing. Tbe tea shall be of gooi quality Young Hyson, equal to the samples at said nary yards. Ihe oeffee sha 1 be the best Cuba, aooorilng to ?ample Tbe rice shall be of the very best quality, and of the crop tunnel lately preceding the dates of the re quisitions for the same. The molaa*es shall be fully equal to the very tost quality of New Orleani molasses, aad shoU be deli v erod in we 1-seaaoned red oak fcarr*lv with whi'e p ne head* not leea than 1+ inch thlch; the staves not loss than inch thick; tbe barrels to be three quartets hooped, and, in add>tion, to htve four Iron boops, one on each bilge, If inch la width aod - ne rfxteenth Itch th'rk, and on* on ench chime if inch in width, and 1-16 loch thick, and shall be thoroughly coope ed and plaoed in the bast e hippie r condition. v 8 The vinegar shall be of the first quality cider vie egar, equal to the standard of the United States 1 ttermbcopsBia, and 'sha 1 contain no other than acetic acid; and shall be dellv red in barrels simi lar in all respects to those required for mo las ee, with the exception that white, oak starss and heads ?h%U be substituted for red oak s'ares and white pine h^ads, and shall be thoroughly cooper*d and placyi In the best shipping order. The pirkles shall b? put up in iron bound casks, aad each cash shall contain one gallon of onio&s. one gallon of peppers, and thirteen gallons cf >mall cucumbers, aod the *ecetab'es in each shall weigh ninety pounds, and they only be paid for; and each cask slu.ll then be filled with white wine vinegar of at least 42 degrees of strength, and equal to French vinegar: the casks, vegetables, and vinegar shall oonfr rm and be eaual in all respects to >Jte samples deposited at the above named navy yards, and tbe contractors shall warrant and gmar.nty thai they Will ke*p good and soand for at least two years. The beans shall be of the very best quality white beans, and shall be of the crop immediately preced ing the dates of the requisition for the sue. 'ihe dried apples shall be of the beet quality, and shall be prepared by tun-drying only, and shall be of the crop of the autumn immediately preceiing the datee of the requ'sitions for the same. All the foregoing d.sor.bed articles, embracing eask*, barrels, half-barrels and boxes, shall be sub ject to sach inspection as the chief of thi? bureau may direct, the Inspecting officer to be appointed by the Navy Department. All inspections to be at the p'aoe of delivery. Biscuit may, however, be iospect el at tbe place of manu factuie, but will in all cams be subject to a final inspection at the placd cf deliv ery before bids are signed therefor. The pricei of all the foregoing articlei to bo tbe same throughout the year, and bidders may effer for one or more articles. All tbe cask a, barrels, and half barrels, boxes, or packages, s><a< I be marked with their contents and the contractor's name. All the barrels and half barrels of flour, bread, and pickets shall have, in addition to the above, the vear when manufactured or put up, marked upon them. The samples referred to in tbis advertisement an tho?e stleo ed for the ensuing fiscal ysar, and far no reference to mch at Aim been prtvioiaiv txhx hibitei. Tbe quantity of those articles which will be r? quired cannot be precisely stated. They will prtba bly be about? To be offered for. S0";; - , lJOObbls per bbl Sv0,0" 1,600,000 lbs per 100 lbs Yh!ek^ 86,000 gals per gal 8?^ >00,000 Ins per lb ??? - - 20,000 lbs per lb ??????? 10,000 lb?......p^r lb J"* - 200 000 lbs per lb 20.000 gals per gal ~f*D" (5,000 bufh.... per bust yi??Pr -Y 80'??? S*1* P? gal r rled apples 50,000 lbs per lb Plckl<* 130,000 lbs per lb The quantitiss of any or all may bo increased oi diminished as the aervioe may hereafter require The contracts will therefore be made, not for speci fl" quantities but for such quantities as the serv a may require to be delivered at Lhoee narv vards re spectively ? ' Contractors not residing at tbe places where de Ureries are required must establish agencies at suet places, that no delay may arise in furnishing whal m?y required; and wh> n a contractor tail/ promptly to comply with a requisition, the Chief oi the Bureau of Provisions and Clothing shall be ac dir#ct P*?ha*es to be made to supplv the defie'esey, under the penalty to be expressed In the contract; the record of a requisitUn, or a dupli cate copy thereof ?t the Bureau of Provisions and h!?n>??' 0r,ft elUwr of navy-yards aforesaid, shall be evid-nee that such requisition has been made and received. 02an ?u"t h* for each article at ~ J n*V y*rd8; "dln more than one art-cle is contsined in the effer, the Cbiel of the Bureau will have the right to aroopt one or more of the articles contained in such offer, and re ject the remainder; and bidders whoee propoeeli (and ,EOne others) wiU be forthwith I " P**?tieablo a contract will . th*m for ?*?nt>on; which con ?? re,t?rne<? U* Bureau within fen M,Te ?fvthe ,in?* required for the regular transmit sion of th? maiL ?vTWCJ?r ^prorta sureties, In a sum equal to the est imated amount of the respective eontraeto, lill U ? P#r 0Wltain in addition Tn f ??. *mnnnt of psyments on acoount thereof as eo lateral security, in addition, to secure itsrerformance, and not in any event to Is in all reepecte ooniplied wi h ZS. ?f the ,moant of all deliveries bo ? I by tbe navy agent within thirty days af>er bills duly authenticated shall have been presented to him. n,^?k/?of Proposals may be obtained on an plication to the navy agents at Portsm* uth. New Hampshire; Boston, Nsw York, Philadelphia Bslti. hu'ujl jy"hicgton, Norfolk, Pensaoola, and at thl "??!d'or dnpfteato of the letter Informing a bidder of the oooeptonce of his proposal will h# thereof; withCXSUSS I tte act of 1846, and his bid will be mads ^di^ I ?a.?Cm^t^ity ** oadorstandlng. I ?~*r made must be accompanied (*m dl I r mor" p*Pon?lble persons, to the effect that if* hls^r ^ Md<tor m Wd^? ntion ?? a ?nter ^to an obli Kt to faStwS ^'5? good aad sufficient sure no^h* artW* Proposed. Tbe bureau wi 1 r. ?bIi?>t*d to proposal oonAlar unless anoa J guarantoe required by law; tbeoom I 7 of gnarantoe to by tbe certified by ^.navy.apnt, dls&ict attorney, or some offloer of "IS*?* government known to tbe bureau. - r? of bidders Is called to the samples ?nddeoeription of articles required, as Jn the in ?psction for reoeption, a just out rigid oomnariKn will be nrade between the artistes offered and 'be ?ample aod contract, receiving none that foil below them; and their attention is also particularly di ??ted to tbe annexed joint reeetutioc, in addition to the act of the 10th August, 1840: ? from Uu act c/^fow^ress ffffmmi Jibuti o ? And be it further enacted, That from mn/* under t^e proviso to ^s general sppreLfV N*77? f? the nayv, approved March th!rd^Sh^^? Ws psrsons, |o thssSBttUt hiwtw" mp<yM< I ftit ths Mite cr Mddsrs will, tf kisor Mr Mi to anepted, iotp m obhaetton te ni Mm as in hspreecrlbed faf the greretary of the H?typ wtUft good ud sufficient so prime, iw aocom pasted bj su-b If after Ikt iwMaw of a proposal ud a aotifl ation thenar ?o ths biddsr or* bidder*. ha cr they Ml tell te eetsr into an obll#atitn within Ikt time priseribed by the 8m etsry of ? ha Nary with good at>4 wiint miv Um. for rurti bin* ths ruppdes thea tbe Secretary of th? N s vy shall proceed to ecatnet with mm other pe~*un or persons for furnishing tba a*d sail Cle?, nnl svall 1. rthwith MN tbe rtftww M< reen t ?i?? nmnrn! contained la tba yMpanl ao gearajtUd and tb* amount for which he may bar* nontraetei tor furnishing tba aid supplies for tba whole teriod of tba propoposal to beehargeiap aza'nat sa*d bidder or bidder*, and his or their par sutor or guarantor*; and Uwhummt be immedi atelj recovered by the United Ptates, for the Me of tb* Nary Dapartmmt, la an aettoa of i?M agate I either or all of said persoaa." ITaMfo, IU.T.] Jourt Rnotmoa relatlvs to bid* for clothing, and small storm for tba uassf tba 1 Ji'joivd by Ou Smalt md Hou*t of t'Pej of the United Haiti of itwMed, That all bids for supplies of clothing, and mall stores for ti>a use of Um aarr may be reacted, at the option of the department, If made by one who is not known a* a manufacturer of, or regular dealer in, tbe article proposed te ba furnished, which fact, or the reran*, must ba 4fe tlnetly Mated in the bids offered; that the Mdiof all parsons vho may hara failed to oomply with tba conditions of any on a tracts they nay bare previ ously entered into with tbe United states shall, at the option of the department, be rejected; that It wors than one bid he offered for the rupply of aa article on account of any one party, either ta hli own nam*, or in the nimi of bia partner, clerk, ar any other person, tbe whole of such bid* shall be re jected at tbe option of tbe department; aad that sa> partner* of any firm shall not be received as sare ties for each other; and that, whenever it may be deemed necessary, for tbe internet of tbe gorsra ment and the health of the crew* of the DaKrt Biates raeeels, to procure particular brands ef tew wbk*h are known to keep beet oa distant rtattou, the Bureau of Pi or if ions and and Clothiag, with the approbation of the Secretary ef tbe Nary, ba, and hereby is, authorised to prooare the same oa tb;1 best terms, in ma'ket erect. Approved 27 March, 1844. mar 17?lawiw AN APPEAL TO COMMON SENSE. L*T TBI SICK II4R Til TIVTI. Caftaim Hckjamih.?Wherever known bis teat I taoay will be conclusive. But leal those who do not know the Captain should be sceptical, Dr. Daw son 8l Bro., writh otbera of the bast known and most highly respectable citizens of East on, endorse bii wonderful cure by HAMPTON'S TWIT ABU TINCTUR8. Easto*, Oct. 4,IBM. Afrtrri. Mortimer f Movbrny ? Gentlemen?I feel it my dutv to yen and the peb lie to certify to the effects of Hampton's Vegetable Tincture. 1 was for more than five yean laboring under a disease of Chronic Rheumatism, and tbe *r<*at part of that time I eras so helpless that I bad to be helped from my bed and dressed in my clothes 1 became reduced to a mere skeleton. All the med iciaee I took done me no rood, *nd I continaad to grow worse. I heard of Hampton's Tiactare and thought I would give it a trfel. At this time I did not expect to live one day after another. 1 I'd not tnke it (the Tincture) for the Rheumatism, ixtt m a ?bort time I was well ??f that disease. From tba ?fleets of your 'I incture and the help of (iodlaa now getting in good health. I wish all the afflicted to try Hampton's Vegetah* Tincture, as I have dine, with the same effect mat it bas on Your obedient servant, Isaac Be9JAJiUL We are acquainted with Isaac Benjamiu, Mid him some of Hampton's Vegetable Tincture, ami btr neve the above statement correct. Dawsob k Bio. Prom our knowledge of Captain Benjamin we are confident that the above statement i* true and un exagerated. J. A. Jobnmh, Chailk* Rvsinsob. Call ind get pamphlets fflaus, and see cures of Coagb, Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Neurkiria, Drs pepeia, Nervousness and General Weaknees. Asa female medicine or for delicate cbildrea we believe it unequalled. Sold by MORTfMBB * MOWBRAY, 110 Bmti more street, Baltimore; and 304 B road we y, N. York Chas. Stott k Co., / B. Mooaa, D. B. Cubic Claris A Bowling, W. Eluot. and H. McPaaa son, Washington; also, by B. 8. F. Cisskl, George town, and C. C. Birbt, Alexandria, and by Drug r-sts everywhere. jaa 8?tr COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, Relief la Plva M in ate a, TYLERS COMPOUND GUM ARABIC STRUT. rS^H5 increasing demand for this most pleasant, L safe, and eQcacioas remedy for all pulmonary Ci'iases, has enabled the proprietor to reduoe the price so as to place It within the reach of all ekaaasa. Iff superiority over most similar prsparattoas is Bt tested by mecy ?rainent physicians who bave beta eye witnessed of It* effloacy when the asual reve illes bare foiled; also by thoaaand of oar most r? r peotabls citiseas who bave need It la their <*?nL? both as preveativs aad care with aever tailing rae ceas far the last twenty years, during which asrtai with very little aid from advertising, Ae., H h? padually spread reputation over the whole recent 6aU? Comfks, Horn-ssnasi, thy H gives immediate relief, and generally cures in a day or two, without Interfering with dtot or bmdse-r, ot readerlag tbe system more rasoeptible ot Alat, la chronic caasa, Atihtna, Whoapmf Ougk, Osa^, DronektUt, Afftctiont of Ck< Lung?, aad Gsaswaap tvm, it is always very b?nefioial aad seldom foUa, when eoauaenoed la time to perfect a eara. Prfoe 26 aad 60 oents a bottle. . Bold wholesale by Patterson A Nairn, Stott 4 Co, Rldgely A Oo. Alaxaadria by Peal A Bterena. la Georgetown by Mr. CUsel. 49- TTIMJCS GUM AMABFC CANDY DROf* B similar oompoeltkm to the above, bat ia a milder aad mere portable form; they aet like a charm oa a troublesome Oough, aad dear the throat aad voios; they ooatala ao injurious drag, are particu larly reoommended for children, frequenter* of pah lie assemblies, public speakers, stagers, Ac. Prioe 1SH and S6 oents per box. For sale at moet Drug and Candy Btorea. eet IT?tf PHILADELPHIA LAGER BEER DEPOT, 881 Pa. avenue, between 4% and 6dA street. WE have at all times tbe best Philadelphia La ger Beer on hand, and offer it now for Mie for $3 per keg, and in quart bottles for fl 50 per doaen. We send the Beer (ree of costs to all parts of the city. Many physicians have recommended this Beer as one of the best remedies for weak stomachs. mar 5?lm* P. C. A W. GFRECKE. GRATIS ! JUST TUBLISHED: A NEW DISCOVERY IW MEDICINE! FEW words on the Rational Treatment, witb out Medicine, of Spermatorrhea, or Local Weakness, Nervous Debili ty, Low Spirits, Lassitude, Weak ness of the Limbs and Back, Indispo-/ sition and Incapacity for Study and' Labor, Dullness of Apprehension, Loss of Memory, aversion to Society, Love of Solitude. Timidity, Self Distrust, Dimness, Head Ache, Involuntary Due barges, Pain in the Side, Affection of the Eyes, Pimples on the Face, 8exual and other infirmities in man. PROM THE PRENCH OP DR. B. DE LANEY. The important fact that these alarming complaints may easily be removed without Medicine is, ia this small tract, dearly demonstrated; ud the entirely new and highly successful treatment, as adopted by tbe author, fully explained, by means of whicb ev ery one is enabled to cure himself perfectly, aad at the least possible coat, avoiding thereby al I the ad vertised nostrums of the day. Sent to any addreas, gratia, aad peat free in a sealed envelope, by remitting i poet paid) two post age stamps to Dr. B. DE LANEY, No. 17 Lispeaard street. New York. jan 17?3m PIANOS FOR SALE AND RENT. rpHE subscriber has always on hand a assort^ I ment of German and American PI-^K^ma ANOS, from tbe very best manufacturers^^^^W which he offers for sale at lower prices than can be purchased in the I heme t of Columbia, and on the most accommodating terms. All Plaaas purchased from me are warranted to give satisfac tion. Old Pianos taken in exchange. B. REIMS, Professor of Music, G, betw. Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets. ebfi-3m* FOR POOR AND LABORING MEN. CM ALL BUILDING LOTS of 10 A1 sw pnoee, aau was to iu!t. LLQtIToO. BUILD1BO ITOr Vor sale, deliverable at the Oaaal, ar ffttfhlagtoa, Georgetown, or Alasaairta LLOYD 4 Oa 1* th i treat, It ??Iv WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER AND PLATED WARE AT REDUCED PRICES. WE offer oar entire stock of elegant GOLD WAI'CHES, RICH JEWELRY, PURE SILVERWARE. Ac., at greatly reduced rates. Persons would do well to examine our assortment. w)iicb is bv Ar the largest, most fashtoaaMe, aad beet selected ever offered to our customers. ? M W GALT A BRO, 884 Penn ivenue, between 0th aad 10th sta. mar 18?tf LOUDON WALTZ. COMPOSED and dedicated to the < oun| ladies of Leesburg. Va., >y Prof. J. A. Young. A v*ry pleasing cognpnetttna, published at tbe Mane IM^t of - ' HIL8UB ?TbIT*. mar Ik?U