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

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 5, 1855 Page 4
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KvKNING STAR. OH ! WATCH TOU WILL IT DATLZOHT ? T ? AMCIL uivii. Ob. watch you well by daylight? By delight you may fe?. Bat keAp no watcb in darkneee? For aagela then an near : Forheaven the sense beatoweth, 0?r wal king life u> beep, nut tender mercy nhnweth; To guard us in our sleep. well fcy daylight By dayticte you may fear, B?heep Bo watch in darkiew For ange|? are near. ?*>, wMch you well Ir pleasure? - or pleasure oft betray*, "?he*P no watcb In sorrow, When joy withdraw* its rays; For in the hour of sorrow. As in the darkness drear, To Heaven entrust the morrow, For the angels then are near. Oh, watch yon well hy daylight ? By daylight you may Tear, But keep no watch in darkneee? The angels then are neat. ??ry Interesting from Few Mexico ?Sat urday'i mail brought aa two or tfc-ee interest ing manuscripts from New Mexico, and a hand some addition to our subscription liat in that far distant quarter. Indent, we think we can already boaat of a larger cumber of subscri bers 1a that Territory than any other news paper published ontaide of its limits enjoys. We pablish, to-day. a very interesting letter from a eorreapondant at Loe Luceros. who?e identity ie unknown to us though thia is not the first time we hare been indebted to him for similar favors He writes ua that he is a subscriber for the Star, and finding that it ie more interesting to the American wh> if lo cated almost out of the world than any other paper he can get oat there, where he is, he desires to do his share in keeping its oolumns well supplied with news The following let tor from his pen will be found very interest ing indeed: Los Lccbbos, Niw Mexico, ) -rrv t a ? February 28, 1855 j ?The Indians are atili at #ork in this Terri fy Thty have recently robbed and mur deted within a few miles of the city of Santa re. reople in this vicinity, owing to recent outrages perpetrated upon their flocks and the hves and persons of their people, have been compelled to remove from their farms into the plasas fo- protectbn We want more regular troops hire We want some bold and honea bearted paper like the Star to urge our cause. k 1^ *Q(Jlani are becoming every day mere bold and outrageous. Will not the Govern ment reach out to ua the hand of protection and show these savages that they can be whipped, and that we are not to be consumed and eaten up by them No clue has yet been discovered to the money stolen from the United States i'aymas !J??* I' A Ctta?,nSbam The precise amount taken was thirty-aix thousand and eighty-five dollars. A reward of twenty five hundred dollars was immediately offered by Major Cunningham for the reoevery of the stolen treasure as soon as he recovered from the wound he received sufficiently to allow him to thiak of business He asked for a court of inquiry, which was granted, and u now in session. The investigations of the oourt have sho^n that Major Cunningham was a most prudent and careful public officer and nothing has been elicited tending to cast' the ?lightest thadow of blame on him No man in this community is more highly re STl!l K?ri uPrj8htn<,8?, th?n be, and no one is more beloved for noble and generous trait* of character. The sentiments toward Major Cunningham are not confined to the plaoe of his residence, Sam* Fe, but oxtend through out the wh<>Ie territory, from El Pa*o in 7h< south, to Fort Massachusetts in the North I is not suspected here that the robbery wa> commuted by Mexicans, bat by persons toldei '""'-J l>?cha,g?a .,ldi.r. ?r. ofon worst characters in this country, and jueh ar? often turned leose to prey upon the good ordei i, i 13 t0 be.h?r,ed th?t, under tb< frnnti cP?rat,on> 'bis and all othe; frontier countnos wi?l be relieved from tha ?f eTil bj enlistment of , D*l?*r clan of men. Seven companies of volunteers have beei sent into the field, under command of the s&l lant -mountaineer Lieut. Col St Vrain wh ?** "?? e every one who knows him The ccmnanif are oompesed almost entirely ef Mexiolna LDg fh? MPer#i^? of their wac . JatiowMEwt of the Unite otares They will aoon have an enxatfemsn Jioli il "" "d 1 tb result. We want more regular troons v. that not be forgotten * P" U c.?hiBt?C|Hl!at'7 (hat all the offi 7 oml? ar? bringing ther r " Judge beavenport has brough SSf^'swS to fill" tehintr7ir not on,J >oaro? of weaitl dowed^untrv*"6^**^ ?f J*"" boBDt??a|y en vo^r hi?, J00r inTa,id* from the States th"r t*.1; ^ ihefl? ??Jh\P?4Jls of Siloam in ?ew?Mex,?o S1SS2 p^lVm himil?ff refleoti^r?< Aitieo Dbl Pais. MOVKMSNTSOFOOEaS steamEas Biapife CMy Ne^York Atlantic....' . SvZ Yort"" "aTlna-Apl. i New York "if -?'?<>? ? ??? $, ?L"*rPOo,--??<?n ...Mar. 3 ARKIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS. Brow ma* Hotel?t rk.M. brown. W Spear, ML W M Marshall, Pa W Durvea. WV H * Adtmwn in J Mt-sargee. Pa F Valdenar, Md R DuufUw, PC C W Johnxon, Va Srs Scbnv?;r, NY CU Adams, NY 0 E Beman. G? W Blake, do E W Ogburn, NC VV MiiU, do 6 D Hick*, 0C 9 Uoyd, do J W F AII?mong, Ys N vv Yager, do J W S Payne, do M T Cox, Tenu L Walker, do National Hotel--a. d. willard J Seaman, NY ? *V Seott, Vi Miss Seaman, do VV Kilchell,NJ J W Cochran, do G Churpenney, Cai J P Trump, NJ T Cunningham, Md W Ferguson, England Capt tilynn, do C K Mowsein, do 8N Hamilton, do B Ward, l*C H Newnhnm, do A B Burton, Pa J W Merrill, Va M V Smith, Md E C Richard, do W J Lloyd, do CT Southeimer, NY N E Howard, d? P E Sickela, do ? Ifkwood Honaa?j. a. h A. aiaawooD. H Z K el ley, NY 8 \% hitney, Sault da. 8t EB Bail, do Mane O Sexton, Jr, do H Li?htner, I)C G 8 Roverty, do J H Wolff, Va J VV Hughes, do ST Be*l), Mass C W Semmes, Mass D W Lewis fc. l^y, Choc J Dennis, Pa Nation T F Gil man NH O Zan<, Maw V M Butler, Va Mrs Mormon k child, do A C Hame, Md EL Haya, do Wlllorda* Hotel?n a k s. c. willaib. J W Prestoa. Mm* D Perkins, Pa J A Blake, Navy Mtw Jackxon, Va W B Ren?haw, do M A Reno, MY G R Chiattlin, Ry FE Kerlin, Cal A Ely, lady k child, NY Com Breeae, Navy "sited States Hotel?a. c. bacihst. B M Flint, Me Dr Luakia. Cal 'I Phillips, Va E Luc ax, jr, Va T Whale, Ky U Washington, do M S llyde Maw J B Robertsen, NY W W Porter, lady, child Miaa Marker, do k Mtnraiii, NC M. WILLIAM, _ LA.Dill' DRE8S aWD TBIMMIMG STORE Pa ?T(niK, between Seventh a?d Eighth street*. M WILLI AN would respectfslly announce to . the Ladiw of Washington that be bat just receiyed from the Northern citi^? * complete stocK of GOODS, among which m?v be found New style French Pre* Trimmings Pine French Flower* and Ribands A large lot of Bonnets, in silk, ?cri?p?, and straw, ot the latest patterns And an excellent assortment of handsome Embroi deries of all kinds Dresses made in the latest Paris fash inns at rea sonable rates. Pinking ?nd Fluting, and Kid Gloves cleaned. mar 31?eolia* ? JOSKPH OAWLKHi CABINET MAKER & UNDERTAKER, PSNNSTLVAlUA AVEKCE, between 17th and 18th sueetf: (Fiist W ard.) Old Furniture repaired and new made to order.? Coffins made and Funerals attended to at the short est notice. A share of patronage is solicited. mar 31 - eolm _ _____ FOR SALE-At the SENATE STABLE south of the Capitol, three good work Horses, and one fine buggy bay Horse. Apply at the Stables, or Senate Post Oftce. mar 23-eolm* RETURNED TO BUSINESS. TO MY FORMER CUSTOMERS AND THE PUBLIC.?1 have this day opened a new stock and ain prepared to get up all orders in the very est style for those wlio may favor me with their I patrtnage. J. RIGGLES, Merchant Tailor, I) street, 304, next door to the Southern Telegraph Office, Seventh street, mar 2fi?eo6t NEW GOODS! JUST received, from the northern market, an ex cellent assortment of latest style Bonnets, Rib bo.is, Trimmings, Laces, Embroideries, fcc , which | will be sold upon inoder te terms, and to which the attention ot the public i& respectfully asked. F. F. MYER, Agent. No. 13 Pa. avenue, between 8th and 9th sty. mar 31?eo3t* SEWING MACHINE AGENCY. TMIE under>ign?d, having been appointed sole agent for the sale of Wheeler, WiWon Sl Co.'> gewuy Machined in the District ol Columbia, te spectfull* notifies the public that he is prepared to , furnish any number that may be ordered at short no fee, and to guarantee the i-.structions that may be necessary to enable the purchasers to work them to their entire satisfaction, and to keep them in per feet order. , The-e admirable Machines, having uniformly re ceived the highest premiums wherever they have been exhibited, can be confidently relied on to do all the varieties of family sewing, as well as those ot taiors, clothiers, shirt makers, inantua makers, kc So soon as our arrangements can be completed we t-hall have an office ? pen, where the machines can be seen running at all times during the day, and where specimens of the sewing may be had. The price for a Machine complete in all respects has been reduced to $100. P. J. STEER, Washington Place, Seventh street, mar 31?eo2w PIcTlttOM We are daily receiving from Fort Furnace, a snperior article of No. 1 Charcoal Pig Iron, whicli will be sold low by HOWARD & POOR, mar 24? eo2w Alexandria, Va IIOR SAlLE^A VERY FINE SADDLE AMI 1 Baggy HORSE. The horse is young, g\. gentle aud sound, and of fine stock ; would V make ?ith?r a very fine carriage horse, or a very pleasant riding horse. Also, for sale an excellent work horse, perfectly sound. Apply to No. 43 Dunbarton St., Georgti'n mar 1?lawtf NEW GOODS, PJ. STEER) Merchant Tailor, Washington # Place, 7th street, has opened his new^ Spring Goods, embracing the choicest styles ot the reason. Gentlemen preparing for the season now opening will do well to see our, goods before purchasing els where. Our stock is complete, and almost everything ne cessary to a full outfit, mny be had without c.ing farther. mar 24 SfcW4t Propotalt for building Light-How* on "Sev en foot Knoll," month of Patapgco River. Maryland. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, \ Ofpick or Liout llooss Board, > Washington, D. C. Mar?* f?. 1166 I PROPOSALS will be reewn* 3^3 Ae ?th o April next, (on which Jay lie Ms will b> :1 opened) for furnishing the mawwiitfa st wniaght ani oast iion) and building a light hoes*. upon screw pijc foundations, on "Seven frj* ?roll," at th< mouth of Patapsco river, Md., by tfce J*h of Dec em ber next. Detailed drawi.iw of the plan of the light hous< can te ?een at this office (No. 87 Winder's Build inf.) Should any bid be accepted, a contract wnl be rx ecuted at once. No payment will be made until the whole work i completed; and before it is received it must be ap j. I proved by the agent of the Government appointed t superintend the work? mid ag- nt having power t' rejec" all matoriils and workrranship not in accord ince with the terms of the contract. t| The right is reserved to reject any and all bid 11 that may not be deemed advantageous to the publu interest. All bids should be %taled and addressed to til"" un deraigned. endorsed "Proposals for Seven-foot Knol Light House." EDMD. L. F HARDCASTLE, mar *28?eolm Engineer Secretary. > ' HIS IS TO OIVK NOTICE that th< i subscriber hath obtained from the Orphans Court of Washington County, in the District of Co lembta, letters testamentary on the personal e>tau of James M Dnvis, late ot Washingign county, de ceased. All persons having claims against the saiti deceased, are hereby warned to uxhibit the saui ? with the vouchers thereof, to the subecriber, on oi before 'he *7th day of March next; they may other wise by law be excluded from all benefit ofthe san estate. Given under my hand Ibis^bth day of March, 1855 JOSEPHINE DAVIS, mar SU?Th3w Executrix. WASHINGTON AQUEDUCT. Office Washihoto* A<j eocct, 1 Washington, March 7, 1855. j PROPOSALS are invi'.ed for graduation, stoni and brick masonry, dams, tunnels, and oth< works of the Washington Aqueduct. Proposals received up to the 8th of May will b. opened at noon of that day. Maps, profiles, and specifications of tho work wil b? ready for examination on and alter the iiOih daj ot April next. Projsvals will be received for the work of particu lar culverts, bridges, fcc., as described in the plan: and specifications. Pottions only of some of the works can be com pleted under the present appropriation, but all th contracts for unfinished work will be subject to fu ture appropriations by Congress The Engineer re serves the right to prescribe the amount of woik i< be dons and rate of progress under such contrac for each appropriation, and, in case of the appro pnation not holding out sufficiently, to decide whei and what works shJl be slopped until funds becotm available. In case of the entire stoppage of any parliculai work for want of funds, the reserved ten per cent will be paid, if, in the judgment of the Engineer, tht work has been properly executed so far as it liai gone. Payments will be made in specie checks upon the United Stales Treasury, upon ibe monthly estimates of the Engineer, reserving 10 per cent.; and it will im a oiinUiuon of all contracts that the workmen shal be paid their full wages monthly sad in specie. All bids should be sealed and eudoreed " Propo sals for work on the Washington Aqueduct." The United States reserves the right to rtgecl an) or all the bids should they not be denned advan tageous, and to make such arrangements a* n.ay bt considered most conducive to the progress ol tin work. Every offer must be accompanied by a written guarantee, signed by wne or more responsible per son*, to the effect that he or they undertake that the bidder or binders will, if his or their bid be accepted, enter into an obligation, within ten days, with good and sufficient sureties, tor the completion ofthe work undertaken ; said guarantee to be accompanied by the certificate of Uie United States district judge, United States district attorney, navy agent, or sonu officer of the General Gove rnment or individual known to tne Engineer or Department of War, thai the guarantors are able to make good their guarantee. ftrm of Quart To (.'apt. M. C Meigs, U. S. Engtaesr* : We, the undersigned, reeideats oi , in the State ol hereby, jointly aad severally, cove nant with the United States aad guaranty, in case the foregoing bid of be accepted, that he or they will, within ten da\ s alter tile acceptance of said bid, execute a contract for the saaae, with good and sufficient sureties, to perfona the work or furnish the articles proposed, in coufonaity to the terms of the advertisement under which it wa* made ; and, in case the said ?? should fail to enter into contract as aforesaid, we guaranty to make go id the difference between the offer by the *?d the next lowest Udder. A. B. i . _ I' D. anH kVii ? C*rufy to the best of my knowledge ISJSSKeS"above ,,wmd are good Ij. a a u r Vf pum mar 7-eoHayiiSS* ?f &l?i"eer8 ln Ch4r?e * ? ?* A R L. A ? , x> bntist. 0?ce-\0. ^Pennsylvania avenue mt9Nm,b mm JU-eoST* PROSPERI S CORNET BAND NO. 1 MR. FREDERICK PROSPERI begs leave to in form bia friends and former pataons Uiat tbis band has been fully re-organised and is now under bis direction, awl be is ftilly prepared w.tb a band ot the most Scientific Musicians in the city, to far nish music for Balls, Parties, Parades, Pic Nics, Ex ile Depot, or at PETER TAl.TAVUL'S, opposite tbe Garrison. Garrison street, Nary Yard. feh i?-anr RARE CHANCE FOR A MAGNIFICENT PI ANO.?We have on exhibition st tbe Fair at tbe Smithsonian Institute, four s?perb PIANOS, which were made expressly for th.a fair and may be relied upon as superior instruments. We will dis poje of them upon very reasonable terms, five any reasonable time on tbem, divide tbe payments into small notes, in Tact, make any reasonable arnnge menu to suit purchasers. We have also on band in store tbe I art eat and most reliable assortment of Pianos ever offered in this city, from the renowned manufactories of Hal let, Davis, fc. Co., Boston,and Baaon & Raven, New York. Old Pianos taken in exchange. New Music and an assortment of every article pertaining to the music trade. JOHN F. ELLIS, 306 Ponna. avenue, near Tenth street. mar 13?tf FANCY MILLINERY. ^^_MISS AMELIA PRIBRAM and Sis-^^_ ??ter have opened a FANCY MILLIN-^HB 3S|r ERY STORE on Pennsylvania ave-HP*' ^?^nue, between Tenth and Eleventh streets, south siJe, No 517 T, and would respectful ly call the attention of the ladies of Washington and vicinity to their handsome and varied assortment or imported and manufactured Milkpery, latest style*; New York, Paris, an 1 London fashiona ot Straw, Silk, Crape, Lace, Velvet and other Bonnets. Also, dress and other Caps. All orders in the Millinery line thankfully received and faithfully attended to. mar 9?lm* WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER AND PLATED WARE AT REDUCED PRICES. II*E offer our entire stock of elegant GOLD YV WATCHES, RICH JEWELRY, PURE SILVERWARE. Xc? at greatly reduced rates. Persons would do well to examine our assortment, which is by far the largest, most fashionable, ami best selected ever offered to our customers. M. W. GALT & BRO., 394 Penn. avenue, between SHh and 10th sts. mar 12?tf $50 REWARD. RAN AWAY from the subscriber, living in Not tingham District, Prince G-orge's county, Mary la <d, on Friday morning last, the 16th instant, my negro man EM ANUEL, who calls himself Emanuel G ujb* He is about 25 years of age, dark complex i<> . ''.is a full set of teeth, has a scare on his for* lr . :, one on his right arm, near the elbow, is five If I ght inches and a quarter high in his boon. He hu'l ><n when he went away a sail of drab cloth and a black slouch hat. I purchased him of Mrs. f arah Harwood, Saratoga street, Baltimore, and she has a brother ot his living with her; and his mother (a free woman) also lives in Baltimore. His wifc belongs to Jobn L. Dufief, Esq., near Dames town, Montgomery county, Maryland. I will give a reward of twenty-five dollars for his apprehension, if taken in Prince George's county, and fifty dolla s if taken elsewhere?in either case he must be brought home or secured in jail, so that I get him again. THOS. R. EARLY, mar 23? I m P. O Nottingham, Md. SILVER WARK, PLATED WARE ? O AND FINK FAnGV GOODS.?Silver Coffee and Tea Seta, Sugar Bowls, Cream Jugs, Goblets, Cups, Spoons and Forks. Also, a great variety of magnificent Fancy Silver Ware, suitable for presents. Plated Coffee Sets, Castors, Baskets, Spoons and Forks, on best Albata. The xrticles are warranted as represented, and will be sold at a small advance. H. SEMKEN, 330 Pa. avenue, bet. 9th nnd 10th streets, mar 29?tf KEHLEHER & PYWELL S COLUMBIAN LIVERY STABLES. Eighth, between D an<T E 6treeets, Washington, Horses taken at Livery. IIor*es and Bugg*es for hire. Messrs. K. 8i P. has on hand a fine lot of Horses for sah, and fresh droves are constantly arriving at their Stable. mar 29?2w* \yOTICK ?I received this i'ay a new assort ]>| ment of SLEEVE BUTTONS and STUDS, of the latest styles. Also, a variety of other new Goods : as Vest Chains, Chatelains, Bracelets, Pins, Earrings, Rings, etc. Great inducements offered to purchasers. If. SEMKEN, No. 330 Pa avenue, bet. 9th and 10th st . {"pj- New Poinit put to Gold IVns at short no'ice. Diamonds remounted, and Jewelry made to order, mar 29?tf LOUDON WALTZ. COMPOSED and dedicated to the -oung ladies ot Lessburg, Va., 'y Prof. J A. Young. A very > I pleasing composition, published at the Musk Depot of H1LBUS k HITZ. mar 12?tf RIC II BLACK SILKS ol every width and quality, from 75 cents up, very ch ap Plaid and plain Silks, Pink, white and bl'k watered Silks for Mantillas White, pink, blue arid mode col'd Shalleys White, pink, blue, green, corn and mode calored French Mousselines 15 pieces plain B<rege, in every shade at 25 cents, v-ry cheap goods White, pii.k, blue, green, brown, and mode colored Bereges, in fine quality 100 pieces Lawns and Jackonets in every quality Also, a well assorted stock of Domestic Goods All of which will be sold at very low prices. Customers vill do well to give us a call. WM. R. RILEY, Corner 8tb st. and opp. Centre Market, mar 31?lm CUPPING AND LEECHING. JULIUS KMMRKR8 WOULD respectfully inform the public that he is prepare i to attend to the business cf Cup ping and Leeching at his Barbershop, south side of Pennsylvania avenue, between 13th and 13^ sts. Tails promptly attended to in all parts of the city, an 1 at very reiutonable charges. mar 31?lm* BANKING HOUSE OF PAIEO A HOURS*;, Oppoeite United States Tfumtry. BONDS, Stocks and otlinr aacanttos purchased and sold. Interest at the rate of six per cent per annum al lowed on deposits when left tor 29 days or kw^er. jan 24?6m CLOTH SCOURtfR~AND WASUErT VfH'i ? KKILliIMU will clean, in the IjJL best manner, Merino Dresses, Shawls, and woollen Garments of every deecription tor ladies and gentlemen, and would also take in washing. Residence between Nos 373 nnd 377, Third street east, between Maryland avenue and C st., Capitol Hill. mar 31?eo6t* PAKASOLS. 130 very ricb and cheap Parasols, all c<dors S'raw Bonnets and Misses' Flats, great variety Rich Bonuets and Ribbands 120 doxen Linen cambric Handkerchiefs in fancy boxesj at $1 50 per doxen; we think a good bargain Embroidered and Clear Lawn Handkerchiefs in great variety 500 yards Swiss Edging, 12c., worth 25c. 30 doxen black Net Mitts, from 50 cents up, very cheap 25 doxen best French Kid Gloves, all shades My stock is large and well assorted, and pur chased at the very lowest prices. Customers w II be pleased to favor me with a call and they shall be attentively shown through it, and the goods offered at a small advance o WM. R. RILEY, Corner 8th st., opp. Centre Market. mar 31?lm NEW SPRING STYLE OP HATS AND bonnets. ?venue, 2436, between Twelfth and I iiirteenth slrctuj, to-day introduces tlie new Spring style of HATS, anew and beauti fl nil nrticle; and also the new style of FlexiW/^^k Hats, and Gentlemen's Caps To accommodate the Ladies, and whose patron rwpoctfully aoltciu, he has connected *??T\ with hia business the sale of BONNETS Oft \l both Straw and Sdk, together wiih RTbandsTP#1 LI.?*BO,unent is extensive, and will be sold for at least a third less than similar articles caa now, or have heretofore been, procured in this market. mar 31?lw spectacles! Gold, Silver, Light Steel and Silver-plated ot e ^'Mjctacle8> ""Uble for ali ages and all kinds AC Gold, Shell and Horn EyeghMes ofS!^??^' T" "?,rted a,,d an 0,l,*r tairf wil hP It Pl conslantly on hand, and ?a fram?? at nUori notice and at a ?mall expense. For sale very low by Wnm# .. E. K 1.UNDY. mar 24-tf ^ Gcor?etown. & C. GALT k BBO. iiivil. .pecud iuipSj and Forks, Ladles, Bmtsr Knives, and all other ar ticle* of pure Silver Ware, wbi^'la large,a.^more varied tban ever offered to their customer*. M. W. GALT At lllto teb a?-5f * P*av :0"p 91,1 Uld I0^ ** TRAVELKR8' "IRK'.TOKY. 4? Mott Bedell's Use. NX*' YORK, ALEXANDRIA, WASHINGTON CITY, AND DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA PACKETS. mHIfl LINE OF PACKETS SAILS WEEKLY I from pier 14 Eaet River, New York.and oAener ifneceaeary, and are composed of the following first clai? vessel*: Nfw schr. A. T. BedeU, Bedell. maeter. New schr. Mott BmIiU, A. V. TredwHL Schr. Ann D., Wm. Oliver, master. Schr. Volant, L. A. Smith, master. Schr. Commander-m-Uuef, Wogi aul, uuirr. Schr. Qretnway, Wilson, master. These vessel* are all fast sailers, and the masters men of experience in the trade, and ths ouljr regu lar line of Washington City packets. MOTT BEDELL, Wall street. If. Y. S. S. MASTERS fc SONS, Alexandria, Ya. THOMAS RILEY, fob 1?4m Washington and D. C. CROHWKLL'R BALTIMORE STEAMSHIP UNI

BETWEEN NEW YORK BALTIMORE It BOSTON, TTTILL dispatch a Steamer daily from Baltimore y J and NewYork, and twice a week from Boston to Baltimore and Baltimore to Boston. This line affords unequalled facilities to the busi ness men of the District of (Columbia. The Agents at either point will receive freight and give a through bdl of lading to Washington at the lowest rates ot freight and no commission* charged. Applications for freight promptly attended to by the following agents: A. C. HALL, 56 Exchange PI nee, Baltimore. H. B CROMWELL. Corner Washington and Albany sts., N. Y. JNO. W. SCHANK, jail 14?d3ra Foot of India Wharf, Boston. FOR THE WEST AND SOUTH. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD j IMPROVED ARRAN t^MKNTS fOR TRAVEL I IMPORTANT CHANG XS OF8CHEDUDK11 SS9BB The late completion of th? ?w',T^^^^HSOentrel Ohio Railroad between rhe^ling and Columbus, uniting, as it does, by so short and direct a line, the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad with all portions of the West (anl North and Southwest,) gives this route greatly increased advantages to through travelers in that direction. On and afer MONDAY, November 27, 1S54, the trains will be run m follows: FOR THROUGH PAWCKOeRH. Two fast trains daily will >ua in each d'rection , First?The MAIL TRAIN, le^ri. g Camden Station ?t 7 a. m., instead ot8 o'clock as heretofore, (except on Sunday.) and arriving &t Wheeling at 2 40 a. m Second?The KXl'RES8 TRAIN, leering at 5 p m , instead of at 7 p. m., as heretofore, and running through to Wheeling in about 17 hours, reachitg there at 10 25 a. m. This train will stop at Wash . ington Junction, gykesville, Monocacy, Harper's ?frry, Martlnsburg, Sir John's Run, Cumberland, Piedmont, Ko^lesburg, Newbtuv, Vettirnan, Farn* ingten, Oameron and Moundsville only, for wood and water and meals. Both there trains make prompt aad regular oonncctkra with the cars of the Central Ohio Road for Cambridge, Zan-sville, New ark, Columbus, Cincinnati. Louisville, Dayton, Sandusky, Toledo, Detroit, Indianapolis, Chicago, St Louis, etc. Passengers leaving Baltimore by the Mail Tre'n; will reae?> Cincinnati for dinner next day, while by the Express Train they arrive there at 12 the next night, being kept but one night on the route by either train. Paswnger? for the Northwest via Cleveland and all intermediate poiuts can make a direct wsto bon with the trains upon ths Cleveland and Pitts burg Railrord at all times when the Ohio is naviga ble for steamers between Wheeling and WellsviUe, by leaving Baltimore in the Mail Train at 7a.a. i the l?*Te Wheeling as follews: BXPRK88 TRAIN at 4 30 p. m., reaching Bal timore at 9.50 a. m. The MAIL TRAIN at 11.45 p. "t, reaching Baltimore at a 7 p. . 4^*Through tickets by bone from Wheeling for Cincinnati, M^discn. Louisville, St. l*uis end r>th?r River Cities, * ill be sold at a 1 times ween the stage cf water will admit. ?Through tickets between Baltimore ard Washington, and all the important cities and towns In the West, are sold at. the Ticket Offloee of the | Company. FOR WAY PASSENGERS. TnB MAIL TRAIN, leaving Camden Statlor. *ri!l takei ptseeuger3 f.T all the usual stopping plase- on the l^ad Returning, this train Wee Wheeling atll.45 midnight, Cumberland at 10.15 a. m. eni ?mves at Baltimore at 7 o m. THK FRtDEiICX ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, for Frederick and int;rmediite places, will start at 4 p. daily, (exwpt 8un<<ay?) arriving in Freiler ici at 7.40 Returning *ill leave Frederick at 9 a. m ' arriving at Baltimore at 12.30, noon THE ELLIOTTS MILLS ACCOMMODATION r b* *5? d*UJ? (?xwPt Sundays,) as follows : Letre Cr.md-n Station at fl a. m. and 3 p. m Leave Ellicott's Mills at 7.30 a. m. and e.30 p. m. WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. L TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS: EAVR daily, except Sunday, at ? and 8# a. m. and 3 acd 5 pm. On Snnday at 8 a m and 5 pm. Leave Ealtimore at 4}-? and 9 a n; and ( and 8 I P On SunJay at 4 a m and 9 p m. The connexion* with Baltimore k Ohio Railroad for the West ere by trains leaving at 0 a m and 3 pin. For Philadelphia and New York at 6, and 81* a m | and 6 pm. For Annapollv at 8}$ a m ?nd 5 p m. For Nonolk at 8 p in. _ ? . . T. H. PARS0N8, Agent I PartiCu ar attention is called to the Role requir ing a responsible voucher for any person ef color who nny wi?h to pasa or r the road. 1 dec i3?dtf ORAKGE AWD ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. On and after Tuesday, Nov. 7, 1854, THE Care leave Alexandria daily for Gordons ville and intermediate tations at 7* o'clock, | a. m., on the arrival ot the boat from Washington, giving ample time for breakfast on board. On neotin^ at Manatees Junction with a train for Stras | *t Wtrronton Ja ction with a train for War wnton, and at Gordon?ville with the trains on the Virginia Central Rai!roaJ for Richmond, Charlottee ?llle, una ?t*unton. The oars ieave Gordonsville daily for Alexandria and Intermediate stations, at % before 12, a. m., on ^mInT traloH ot the Virginia Ootral rai' toad from Uichmoai, CharlottesvUle. and Staunton 1 THROUGH TICKKT8. From Alexandria to Warrenton |2 00 GorxJoasvilie 3 50 CharlottesTUIe 4 2L Staauton 6 90 4* u Straaburg 3 50 uynchburg....^ 6 76 4. " Winchester 3 60 #i g. kHriT.eeaaeeeeeaeaeeeeeeaea 4 26 i 2 Jojn??1nr?fth this rtijin .< Ghulcttesville, on Mbndays, \?edn?days, and fri *?r Luray and Nsw Market, ocnnectine with the 'uiSS Ct ?UlpepW'011 T^y-,Th^S.ygs, ?d 8it dfti,y' COBnftctln? with the stages I at^h-Piin!barg ccnaectin8 ^th the stages ?JP?j_ordw; W. B. LR0C3ETT, Agent J"OR MOUNT VERNON. .On TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS. T-;? round trip $1; from Alex andria 76 cents?The THOMAS COLLYER leave* Washington at 9 and Alexandria at 9U o'clock. Coachss leave the Capitol for ths beat at o'clk. Loach tare 10 cents. Persons wishing the Coaches will leave their real dtnoe with Geo. A Thoe. Parker. Refreshments on the boat. Oct 28?dtf 8AM?L GEDNVY, Capt YOUtt M LIVERPOOL ^02^ UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERI?!^^ T^IIeII1^ 00VI:>IIISI-:a TLIS UNI ARF ATLANTIC, Cept. West PACIFIC, tiipt Nye, BALTIC, Capt. Cemstock, ADRIATIC, Capt. Graiton. . ^?se_"hlI>s ***? been built by contract, expresr l!v .Government servioe; every care has bet-n taken in their construction, as in the Engine tc insare strength and speed, and iheir aocommoda Uons for passengers are unequalled for elegant* and comfort. 6 Price of passage from New York to Liverpool,in fl,nn,i w? ^190 Bwoea uaMB 70 Exdasive use of extra sise state rooms 300 From Liverpool to New York ?30 and ?20. An experienced surgeon attached to each ship. No berth can be 9ecar*d until paid for. For freight or paaaage applv to EDWARD L COLLINS 1 CO., onAimT M street, Ne * Yrrk. BR0WI7, SUIPLty k 00, _ _ Liverpool. E. Q. ROBERTS k CO., 13 King's Arms Yard, London. JOHN MUNROE k CO, 2d Rue Notre Dame des Viotoirei, Paris. GEO. H. DRAPER, Havre. fllpT^'^ of will not be aeocnntahle for poM, sliver, bullion, specie, jewelry, precious :?*- or uaUaa bills of lading are signed hereof theriVprUS I (No. M01 U?Fnaldtatoftk? UbIU? States. I S poifDUMor lav, I, FRANK UN P1KRCK. L ? Uflnt of tho United Bute* of Amoriea, d ? btrfby ?ad mik? known t ? a- a pa bill ?*.- will bo h?d at .the land offlc ? at AtMcafA, in the bia?e t, commencing on Monday,?bo twenty-firtt dag of Mag Mat, for tb* disposal of all tb?t p -ruou of ihe sections and p?rt ? o? Motion* of land bearing odd onnbtr* within all nta on oacb Mo of th ttn* of >he Monu aos Ohio utb aansoM), In tbo State* of Auvuu and Mumn rn antyoit to th dcubla minimum price of two dollar* and fifty aents aa pix Tided f Kaora, aa pre Tided by the act ot SOtb September, 0, and excepted from graduation aa to price ) y tbo act "< 4th Aociw', 1864, vbiob vers advertise i to bo offered for saJs In proclamation No 4M, bear ing date S8d May, 1863, but subsequently vitl ? drawn until farther not* ? tor tbe proposed radroad from Brandon to Montgomery by publio no ice No. 494, bearing data 19 Ji August, 1853; and tbe aaice not being subject to private entry at tbe data of said withdrawal, vara consequently not raatar?d to mar k?t by general net Joe Ho. 622. dated 6th *aptombo?, 1*54. situated la the undermentioned townships, North of the bate Unt and tod <\f (he Chsrtma Man. Tewnship four, of range ihi t-ea Townships thru, four Jive, and atfa, of range four Town-hlpe thraa, four, five, ala and wa, cf I raoga fifteen Townships thru, four, five, d%aMati^ii(ra>fca Mrtaaa Townships /lea, tin, and aaaaa, ot range rever Tovrshlp teven, of raoga alghtoan. Notice is aim I ere by given that all lands eH uate^ outside of tbo sta mile limits on each side of the above road vithdrava and not sjio raauml to private entry as above state i, which vill be tub |jo-t to entry at one dollar and twenty-five oe:.t? par acre, or (If tor actual settlement aod pre emp tion) at tha prices pree ribed by the graduation art of 4tb August, 1864. in tbe foll >wlng-n?nedd.strict* and townships in the States of Miss ssippi and Ala bauia, wi'.l bo subject to entry and location on aad after Monday the nineteenth day of March next, to i wit: In the district of lands subject toaale at Apouvta Mississippi: North of the bam tine and eatt tf the Choctaw Townships thru, four.five, tlx and seven, ofrarg I twelve Town'hips three, four, five, r'?, and teven, ol [ range thirteen Townships three, four Jive, rim, end aeven, of range I fourteen Township teven, of range flftoen Townships three, four, and five, of range sixteen Townahipa three, four, five, fix, and teven, o: | range seventeen Townships three, four, five, aix, and teven, et | range eighteen. In tha district cflands subject to ml a at Dmiopo ! lis. Alabama : North oj the bate linr and wett of the prindpil me ridtan. Town-hips thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen ac! [ seventeen, of ran.re two Tovnah:ps thirteen, fourteen, fi< teen, rimteen ard | seventeen, of range three TowLship* thirteen, fourteen,fifteen, sixteen snd ceventeen, of range four Tuwuhlps thirteen and fourteen, of range Tbe tovnships designated in r>min la tere arc wholly within tbe limits of six and fifteen mil*s re spectively on each side of said t? ad, aod thwe In italics are partly within s-id limits, as designate on the diagrams vhleh will be furnished to tbe re spective district offioera by the Oommireioner of tLo General l a'd office. Tbe lands will be aeld, tu'yect to the ripht of way | granted bj the a<ft of 90th feptemoer. 1850, to h. e 't&tes a foresail for atid railroad. not i zoeediug on* hundred feet on earh side thereof, and therefore the particular tracts cf lan-t which include the road wi'l he *>dd as containing the quantstiea respectively | shown by the oflhral plats. Ihe sections vill be offered at tbe public aale in tha order in vhich they are advertiaad; the sale I vill be kept open for a sufficient time to admit of offering all the lands, but not ezceeaing two veek-; aod applications to make private entries of the lands cff?r-d at public sals under this proclamation vill net be weired until alter the clcae of the two weeks. OiT*n under my hand, at tha city of Washington, thia reventh day of February, Anno Domini oce thousand ei^ht hundred and fifty-ev-. FKANKLIN PIKBCK. Yj the Pwident: John Wxlsoh, Oommiaeioner General Land Offlae. NOTTOE TO PER-tMPTION CLAIM ANSS. Under the act of Confre?w approved 3d of March, 1863, entitled **An fct to extend pre empti~n rights to certain sellers thsrein mentionedthe pre-emp^ tio > la s w?re extended Ter the above mentio: ed alternate odd numbertd sections within six miles < n each side of the route of tbe road where the settle aent and improvemest were mid- prior to the da*e of tb toent, if proven op and paid for at the Tate oftvo dollars ar.d fifty oent- per acre, before the day fixed for the public sale ; and by tbe act ap provAd *7th March, 1864. entitled "Ad art tor the relief of settlers on lands reserved for railr-. ad pur poses," persons vho settled aod improved ihe above named lections prior to the date of withdrawal will be entitled to pre-emptions attheordinary minimum price cf the public landn, or at the rate of one dollar and twenty-five cents p^r acre, if proven up &nd paid for before the day fixed for the public sale Therefore, every person entitled to the light of pre emption in any of the alternate odd numbered sec tons above mentioned, within six miles of tba route of the road, under the set of 3d March, 1463, abt ve r'feired to, on settlements made prior to the 4th rf February. 1863, (the da'e of allotment) or under the act of Jrra March. 1864, on settlements made prior to the dat* of the original wi'hdraval of the laids from market, likewise every person entitled to pie emption under the act "f 27th Maroh, 1864, in any ol tbe lands outsiae of Vie tix m tie linrts directed to be restored to en ry on the 17th day of March next, is required to establis. the same to the satisf ^cti ,n of he re gister and receiver of the proper laod offlc?, and make payment therefor at the pric; fix?d by law at toon at practicable after se?ing thW notice, aod before the I?y appointed for the publ c sale or restoration to market of the lands embracing the tract claimed; cth^rvise sueb claim vill be forfeited. JOHN WILSON, Commiseiocer of General Land Cfflce. fcb 10 ?lawl3w BEAUTIFUL WHITE TEETH. Healthy gums, and a sweet rrkath Ail who arc desirous of obtaining these bt ne riw, H.iould use ZEKMAN'H f'ELEIlRATEl* TOOTII-WASH. This delicious article combine? !?o many meritorious qualities, that it has now be come a standard favorite witli the citizens of New York, l'Di alelplna and Baltimore. I)? nn?ts pre rKribe it in their pmcuce most successfully, and from every source the most flattering laudations &r< awarded it. Inflamed and bleeding gums are immediately ben efiucd by iu use; its action upon them is uuid, ?4H>ltimg and effective. It cleanses the teeth so thoroughly, tiiat they are made to rival pearl in whiteness, and diffuses through ilie mouth such a delightful freshness, that the breath is rendered ex quisitely sweet. It disinfects all those impurities which tend to produce decay, and as a coaaequeuce, when these arc removed, the teeth tnust always re main sound. It is used and recommended by all the emuieni Dentists in New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and other cities where it has be.n introduced. All aUould give it a trial. Prepared onlv by FRANCIS ZERMAN, Druggist and Chemist, Ninth and Catharine streets, Phila delphia, and aoUl by all Druggists even where, at 95 cents ner bottle. W. II. GILLMAN, jan 17?3m Agent for Washington City. A BOOK WHICH EVERY BUSINESS MAN IN THE DISTRICT WANTS?The Washington City Directory, only 75 cenis a copy, half price, can be had at ALEX. AD AM SON'S, on Seventh street, opposite to the Post Office, where be keeps con stantly on band a fine assortment of Blank Books, Pens, Ink, Paper, Playing and Visiting Cards, Gamea, kc. He is agent for all the cheap publications, Magazines and Newspapers. London Illustrated News, Bell's Life, Times and Punch received by every steamer. New York Herald, Times, and Tribune received every night and delivered to subscribers mar 96?1 m WANDERINGS IN CORSICA, CORSICA; Picturesque, historical and social, with a sketch of the early life of Napoleon, translated from the German by Edward Joy Morris?price $10 Lecture on English Literature from Chaneer to Tennyson, by Henry Reed, price $1 95 Just published and for sale at TAYLOR It MAURY'S, mar 99 Bookstore, near 9th st. R. H. QILLEtT ^ Caaaitllor at Law, QSoe and residence In Franklin Row, oornsr of K aod Thirteenth utrwet. ag gm C11ARLB8 I1A8K.INS, Architect. (Pa. avenue, between Tenth and Eleventh street*,) WABHUtSTOM, n. C. 7 ILL continue to furawk Plans, detail vorkin? . / l)iswings, and specKaiiqus of buildings of every description,and also urftipenntsnd thnir ? rec (ion fcb 1? ' w THE SUPERB PIANO, MANUFACTURED expressly tor the late exhi lion iu this city, by Bacon k. Raven, and which received a hkdal, is now on exbibiuon at our store. This magnificent specimen of t-uperior skill will be returned to New York at an early day, unless disposed of. We are authorised to sell it upon very reasonable terms. We have also lor sale that beautiful instrument, manufactured by Hallet, Davis k Co., Bosutn, which received tbe Aral diploma at tbe recent exhibition We have always on hand a large and superior stock of Pianos from the above inanufactoues. Old Pianc i taken iu exchange. JOHN F ELLIS, 306 Penna. avenue near Tenth street. r* ? AN APPEAL TO COMMON SENSF. in vat vice Riti tii -wmi. CAmm Rnum*.- kaowi Ma mm I ouy will be eoaclasm. But lest Umm ?ho s? not know the Captaia shonid be see puce I, Dr Dw. ?on A Bro., with others of the bw( known and max highly respectahle duaens of EMas, tiadnm in* wronderfnl cure by HAMPTON'S TMTiHJ TUfCmj**. Hasrea, Oct. 4, UM. Mrm Vf>r<iii??f ^ JlotrArjw; Gentlem^n?l feel it my date to fW and the pub lie to eer'ify t<> tbf effects of HiapM'i V? Tinciuie. I tru foe nore than ive under a disease of Chronic Rheua treat part nt thai time I wa? an helpless that I bad to be helped from my bed and dreaaad la ay iMni I tw-came redun d to a mere fkHeww. Alt the mad iciaea I took done me no good, and I roounaad a grow wow 1 baard of Hampton's Tmctate ana thought I would give it a trhil. At this ume I dtd not expect to lire one day after another. I M not take it (the Tinctarr) dk the Rbaamait?, but It a nhort time I wu weM ?f tlm( disease Frum tbn effects of your 1 inctur- and thr help nf (itd I MB aow getting in good health I wish all the afllicted to tr>' HamptonV W^amt ' Tincture, as I have d we, with the urn fret Ma: it bw on Your ^bedieat acrraat, la*ac HauiMh We are i qiumt^ with Isaac Bei amtii, mid him some of Hampton's Vegetable Tta u>*,sedbt ?ieve the above statement correct. I>?w? >a k Rao. From our knowled^ of (Captain Ben) ma we are confident U'.at the above statement u> t ue and un exagerated. J- A. ioaaaea, CbaELbs R aiaaoa. Call and fet pamphlet* metis, aiMj w rare* of Cough, Bronchitis, Bheumatism, Neurons, Dvs pepsia, Nervousnes* and General Weaknese. A? a female medicine or for delicate childiaa Wf bulieve it unequalled. Sold by MORTIMER fc MOWBRAt, t?0 Bald more street, Baltimore; and 3M Broadwt-y, N. York ChaS. Stott k Co., J. B. Mnoii, D B. ClaBKB Cum & Bnwt.mii, W. Kmjot, and H. McPaaa ?on, Washington; alto, hy R. 8. P. Cissbl, 0 town, and C. C. Nv*by, Alexandria. and by rwts everywheie. i COUGHS, COLDS, Q0ARSXN1SS, OtliariB riwe NlBBita. TYLER'S COMPOUND 6TM ARABIC STRUT. rpHB inereasiac demand Ibr this meet pleasant, X safe. and efficacious remedy for all pull distases, baa enabled the prearWtor to i price ao aa to place It within the reach of all t lta saperiortty over moat similar prer*ratteas la ah t-*ted by many saineat physicians a ho hsvs f ays witnesses of lta eloacy wtie- the aaa l:ea hare flailed; alao by tboaaaod of oar epeeiable citisena who bare n?-d it in thatr both aa preventive and enra with caver bulla* ana -eea fir the last twenty years, daring which perlo^ With very little aid from advertising. Ac , It ha gradually spread rej>nta:ion ever the whole Uatoe ta eases of recent Cbidt Cattfht, Homnenm, dk, ? fives immediate relief, ard g?o> rally enraa It. a dav or two, without interfering with diet or basins , or rendering the system more susceptible at Chi .* chronic cases, Atikma, Whc^op ng CimIL Ortm^, BroneMtUj AJftOtxrru of tk* Ltmgt, mmd Cmmm ?? ft. n, It la alwaya very Vnefirial ard aeldflM hJ> when r?mmeneed tu tima to p< Hact a cure. Prlee 2?> ai.d 60 seuta a hot Ja. Bo^d wholeMla by Pattarton A Kstra, B*ott A Ob, Ei-Jgely A On. Alexandria by Peel A Slavs? la Qaormtown by Mr. Olssel **? TYLER'S SUM AM ARK CAJTDT DM0 PR, a idmUar oompontlon to the above, but la a milder and merr portable form; they act ilka a charm eu a trouhle<-cme Cough, and clenr the throe! atW roioe; they oontain no Injurious drag era partn larfy reoommended for ehildren. freqnectara of pub lie aaeeirbliee, public speakers, singer a, Aa Prl*e 19^ and t5 cents per box. ror sale at most Drug and Oandy Stores. oct 17?tf GRATIS ! JUST PUBLISHED: A NEW DIBCOVEEi 1^ MEDICINE! A PEW word* on the Rational Treatment, wirn out Medicine, of Spermatorrhea, or Local Weakness, Nervoua liebili ty, Low Spihtii, Latitude, Weak neae of the Lunto and Back. Indi?{>> sition and Incapacity for Study and' Labor, Dullnew of Apprehenaion, Lo?a of Memo'v aversion to Society, Love of Solitude. Timid* y. Self Distrust, Dttzin< ?a. Head Ache, lnvoluntar> Diarbargee, Pain in the Side, Affection of the Eyea, Pimples on the Face, Sexual and other tuOrauUea in man. PROM THE FRENCH OF DR B. DE LANEY The important fact that theae alarming complaints may eanly be removed witbuiit Medicine la, in thi amall tract, H? arly drnx?natrated; and the entirely n*'W and highly ourcea-ml treatment, aa adopt?d b> the author, folly riplained, by mean? of wtucb ev ery one is enabled wi cure himaelf per'ectly, and at the leaat pos-ible coat, aroidiug thereby all the ad vertised nostrums of the day. Bent to any address, gratia, and poet free la a *a!ed envelope, bv remitting (poet paid) two pont age stamps to Dr. It. DE LANEY, No. IT Li^psaard street, New York. jan 1. 3m Military history.? Drink water's Siege of Gibraltar ? Schunmer's Sige of Vienna by the Turks Rno||y*a Russian Campaign ot 1019 Jomint's MHilary lliatory of the Waterloo Cam p?ugn Buckle's History of the Bengal Artillery Nolan'a Cavalry, it* history and tactica Gleme'a Military Memoirs, Campaigns, Batttea, and Stratarems of War Miliury History and D'tails of the principal mflb tary events of the la*t century, 5 vols Napier'a Penmauiar War Napier's Battles and Sieges in the PeniMula Samuel's History nf the Biiti&h Army British Military Bi<^caphy Gleig'a British Military Commanders Stocqueler's Wellington, Robinson's Plcton, Ali son's Marlborough, and many others Tlie Subaltern in the Peninsula Mar-hall's Military MiacelJany Schiller's Thirty Years' War And many others ot the same rims, Fr. neb, Ene lleli and ^I(lencan. FKANCK T \ YLOR. mar 33 PALMER S PATENT LFXJ. This american invention stands unrivalled t?*tb in this country and in Europe. It is worn by 1.0U0 peraona, and with most astonishing success. In competition with 30 other substitutes of the bet* trench, English, and German manufacture,it received the award nf the ore at medal at the Wobld's Eiribi tiok in Lonboh as the best artificial limb known In this country it has been thirty times exhibited, in competition with all others, at the annual Fair* in the principal cihes,and ha*, in r very instance, received the award of tlie hicliest or first premium. And as a crowning honor, by tlie unanimous approval of an interna tional council, the 44 First Premium" i only Silver Medal given for Limbs?was awarded tlie inventor, ai the New York Crystal Palace. Pamphlets giving full iuformauoa, sent rr?tis to every applicant. B. FRANK PALMER. 3T5 Cbssnut street, Philadelphia. feb 96?3m apoLIAN PIANOFORTES /Ti Another of these beautiful instruments made by T. Gilbert h. Co , Boston, can bow best en at our Music Depot. Alao, a splendid papier mache rate parlor Mele deon, made by f. G Gardner h Co , Conn. U1LBUS k HITZ, ' 96 Star Buitdincs. JOHNSON ON MANCKES, 1 vol, Locdon Vaux on tilling and vertilizing land, do Morfit on Manure, Philadelphia Dana's Muck Manual for Farmers, Lowell Djna on Manures, New York Rulhn on Calcareous Manners, Richmond B.own's American Murk Book, New York Practical Treause on Manures, by he Rntu) - ciely, for the diffusion of useful knowledge And many works on Agr.cultural Chemistry, Fruit Cuhare, Bees, Cattle, Drainage, Tree Plan, ing, and other branches of Gardening aad Husband ry. many ot them imported in ni abroad. mar-29 FRANCE TAYLOE. KID GLOVES.?Just received a super.or lotuf Kid Gloves. Also, a fine article at 50 cents. New style of Gtn. s Summer Cravats. WALL A STEPJENS. 339 Pa. avenue, next door to Iron R' mar 96?2w . PIANOS FOR SALE AND REN 'T^HE subscriber has always on hind a ; ? - v. J. inent ot German and American P'-^B; ?? AN OS, from the very best manufacturer^^* wbich he offers for rale at lower prices than can be purchaaed in the District of f^oluiol' and cn tlie uiost accommodating terms. All Pi. ~ purchased from me are warraiilod to give satis lion. Old Pianos taken in exclitfllce. B. REISS. Prufeseor of Music, G, betw. Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets eb f s FOR POOR AND LABORING MEN. J MALL BUILDING LOTS of 10 f?*t rr mora, H J venous partg ct the City, aad Georgetown.^ lev pt We, aad terus tc suit. LLOYL A 00. BUILDING HTOIRi *er sale, deliverable at the Oanal, er Wnerver >a Wart-UietoD, Georgetown, or A>.xaadria. lloid * 00 Uth 'treat, opp. TrsasB' r rr ^~ lr WATCHKM, JEWELEV Jis b SIl.VKR U JXF. Always on hand a laige auMirtiu* nt ol ih- r bove, which ws oB. r u the lowest rales. M. W. OALT It HR<? , mar 96 ?? Pa. amwh

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