Newspaper of Evening Star, April 24, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 24, 1855 Page 4
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EVENING STAR '??t-?tit?mr QUXSTI0V8 or LX7X ?T VI. What do wa t(re for t Whence thoee hope* tan Which nerve w ? to the eon flirt of oar year*/ Which after all remain* when life is sped, \nd in an m gathered to the ?ilent dead f Home to *oe narrow house, and Ion*, long sleep Where pain ia trilled and sorrow doth not weep I Tnaaed on the ??Ter-ebbin? tide ef tine? - And stream reslnless, rapid and sublime, <>ne movent aeen man fins Horn wave to wave, Then sinks forever in the treacherous(rave. Sinks and m seen no more ; no moie la knows, Sleeps all unmoumej, forg"tten and alone What remains to tell that he hath been? Vbat rweord shows his virtue or bis ?n ? ?\ hat power review? the life which tbb^away, Hurst* the thick darkness and leads' on the day ? Adjusta the haiaace, wei^hum every deed? ?V as evil spumed or virtue doomed to bleed ? "id he (reat > b,?ets id his life obtain, Or was riiiitrnce given him in nlnf These question* answered, ?ummon-* to its plare Ea^h t? otighf, each action of his earthly race; 4pplie? them all, and to the imeml plan, M*te? one eubsernence of the life of man I Perplexing qnestione ! How ahall we decide ! Invoke what counsel and entrea' what guide f ManV voice is dumb! what human heart can now The s-cret reason of its secret woe ! Ufa unexplored i*Jfope*? perpetual blaze, When past. h> one inexplicable maze; Put, that some mighty power control* the whole, A secret intuition tells the soul. No kmg?r th^n in wandering doubt to grieve. We can't demonstrate and yet believe. Asa in that question and sgain the doubt What mortal skill can find the secret out Hay, can the human nundno answer give? \% hen man liaih perished, wherefore did be live/ Mi, yea! one answer and one truth is plain, \ mortal life is aaiveraal gain. If he one generous act performed on earth ; If t ? one noble thought be e'er gave birth ; If one kind word to suffering weakness given, Fell from his lip- a* manna fell from heaven ; IT e'er his eye one pitying tear distilled ; ?)oe throb itf sympathy his heart h^s tbril'ed ; If be hath bowed beneath the chastening rod, forgive the wtkness oi a child ol God Spare, spart; the lollies of an erring brain, ludge no; bis faults?he has r.ot lived in vain ! 3^7* A letter from Zante, one of the Greek Islands, famous for supplying all Europe and America with dried currants, represents the distress prevailing there m consequcnce of the short crops o! cur rants of late years, as still extreme. "All ranks and all classes, with few excep tions, are suffering. Land proprietors are participating in this dreadful calam ity. They cannot borrow a single shil ling, and their only resource is begging. Beggars, however, have become so nu merous that ihey cannot possibly be sup ported by private charity, and no public provision can be made for such numbers of sufferers by the government. A large proportion of the population taste bread no oftener than once in three or four days, and in the meanwhile live upon what ever they can pick up about 'he streets, the refuse of the kitchen, lemons which are thrown away after the juice has been expressed. Ac. The people going about the streets are pale and e naciated, and look more like moving skeletons than living men and women. Many are dying from sheer starvation." Tasr of a Ciood Protrstaxt.?At a judicial investigation at Balaklava, a wanes , a sailor, was asked what his re ligion was. His reply was : " I'm blowed if I know." "Are you a Catholic? "said tbe ex aminer. "Oh, no," was the response; "I'm d?d sure I'm not that, for I hate the Pope like blazes, and I delights in steaks ona Friday." (Roars of laughter.) The Judges declared he waa a Protestant. \iiftlVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS Xatloual Hotel a d. willed J T CoTon, Md J W Raj nor, Wood and J G Campbell, do Christy's Minstrels R Cotton, do V ?V Gould, do G H Simpson du F E Vaas, do A T Z-verly, NC B Mallory, do R I'.axter, do H Huntington, do D M vJangnn, Can C Henry, do J C Noiand, NY W Bi-ch, do J E Carroll, Pa B Rolpb, do T J Waters, Md W ?? Collins, do A Robinett, Pa G Muker, do E P Goode, DC J J Donnelly, d<> W H Mitchell, Md J Murphy, do I Young, do PA Ptocktnn, Fla W F Armstrong, do W T Stockton, do J M Mitchell, do P P Pleasants, M>1 C P Bacon, NY J L HetsRell, Va H Young, jr, do R H Cole, Mo G W Aall a. family, Va W F Packer. Pa J M -Itiou Md W Moure, NY W C Glenn, do % Brown' Hotel?t r. k a. brows \V S Newgen, Va W VI Alexander, lady fc H L Thomas, lady a ser daughter, O vant, SC T I. Barnard and amily, H A Miller, Pa Ga f Mill*/, do d IJ Perkins a daughter, A V Cantine, Ind Pa B W Wade, Ct H L Perkins, do C E Robert*, Mass f M Butler, Md C Homer J I) Carter, do G F Brown, Va J R Brown, do Wlllavtfn* Klotsi?a. a. a J. c. wu.ua*. J Se*ar. Va FA Hall a lady, NY A Campbell, NY J Sherman a family, do RCam;<belt, do Q W Reljia, do R Gordon a lady, do J J Moore, USA Mra I. L Ten Brcock a 0 P Brown, Me dauchtrr. Me W C HuSngton, Md F. P Ten Broeck, do T T Mo1roe, do M C Pra't a family, Mass Mrs Parker, do Rev Iir Tyng, NY Miss Parker,do Jdo Elliott, Md Miss Henderson, de Kl'kvood Hoin?j. a. a a. kiuwoob. G R Simpson, O A O P Nicholson, DC D S Maaon a ladv, NY J MoFarland, Pa N P Oausin, DC J C McD.well.do W H Hodges, Va J Maccubbin, Md W Grey, Md R W R yon, do A C Rhodes, NY EL Benlley, Va I J Barm a lady, NJ E Ferri. a lady, NY W C IVmpieton, La W F Berry, Md M H Keene, do Dr Hodges, do W M Suickland, Mi FN Boteler, do Mim T juiupeou, do J P Smart. Va I'atud States Hotel?a. c. i*eniT. A D Merrick, La J C >urtney, NC J Bonn, M4 L Donmg, Va H T Jacksun.Ci L F Coppersmith, Md 8 G Ans-in, Va Camion Hoaie, Alexandria, Va. a. nswron, raoraisroa. W Arrott, Md D G Norrte, NY Pr<>f Sillman, Ct C W Rixey, Va B T Dulaney, Va H Hill, U D Fitshoch. do 0 W Pr-sstman, Va ASK >nney, do W H Mitchell, Md J P Duieney and eerraat, T B P Ingram, Va do R W Carter, do W' 4eIters, DC H L Oallaher, do A G Chapman, Md W Homerville, d? G C Wharton, DC BR ford, do C D Un^ Va J R Taylor, do W J R.nhroek, do J Mar-hall, do J Moore, do FG Hume, do O Moose, do F N Roche a lady, DC rt Fsyns, do A Herbert, do JTtSlZSLi? r* 1 ?t?'?*?ury. Md S J R HubbarJ, jr, Va G W Whitisg, Va 8 T Stewm, do 8 H Cuus. DO H Rice, do G F Brown, Md JM S^weU, Md H Rice, Va J Camper. Va T J Hayden, DC T Ashby, do C - ?V ashinst >n, Va F A Gruwoid, Md J W McIIhaney, do SB Po?ell, Va E Berkeley, do Dr T S Mercer, Md Col Scuaix, do MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. .Varna. Leav* for Davs. NaabsiHe Liverpool... New York.Api. 7 Sl Lotus..? Havre New Yo^..Apl. 11 Africa..- .Liverpool.... Boston ....~Apl. 14 -lewYorl * rjmuss? .New York?.. Aspsn wall .Apt. 90 WeshlagKm Jiew York....Breaea ...Apt. 91 Nnsih ?MNew York....Havre. ~Api 81 AUanue^r Livwpool New York. Jkpi. tl Anterka.? Boeioa . .. .Uvetpool.. Apl. II Northern Light. ...New York-...Ban Juaa..Api 97 ? ss?eeee e*eot*oef? Liverpool.... Boston... .LApi. 10 ? Tbe CaJlfcrnla teem ere leave New York on and Mth ef e?9k Moatfc, rvo cat.] Mm** o/Uu tstmUUkmvnt mf tJu oMt* ?/ flurwivr Gtntrel ef public Immdt jkr ..!%fA* Ttrtitorif of Utah. [N virtue of the authority contained In the act ap proved February81, 1856, entitled "An actio sraMisb the office of surveyor general of Utah, and o grant land for school and university purposes,". he Preei.lent of the United States ha* directed that | he office of purveyor general of said Territory be seated at Great Ha i Lake City until otherwise or 1CI Hi* Given under my hand, at the City of Washington hia twenty foe rib day of March, anno Domini 1855. JOHN WILSON, Commissioner of General Land Office. r98?3aw0w rV)R 8ALB?A VERY PINE SADDLE AND| I; Bsggy HORSE. Tfie horse la young, f X*nt'e andsound, and of flae stock ; would nake eith?r a eery fine carriage horse, or a' /ery pleasant riding none. Also, for sale an excellent work horse, perfectly ound. Apply to No. #3 Dun barton ?t, Goorget'n. mar 1?lawtf ORGANS FOR SALE. A SUPERIOR toned CHAPEL ORGAN; and a f\ fine Rosewood PARLOR ORGAN, both now *i exhibition at the Metropolitan Mechani< s' Fair. They are from the manufaetory of HENRY ERBEN ?t'New York. For terms, fcc . apply to Prof. SCHEEL, on 14th trcet, north of F. HENRY ERBEN teb afi-eotf JOSEPH GAWLKIi, CABINET MAKER & UNDERTAKER, PMN9T1.VAM1A AVSNU1, between I7th and 18th streets, (Fiist Ward.) Old Purriture repaired and new made to order.? offinc made and Funerals attended to at the short ?wt notice. (fc^A share of patronage is sol kited, mar 31 eolm Propoaalt for building Light House on "Sat an foot Knoll,'' mouth of Patapooo River, Maryland. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, 4 Office op Lioht House Hoard, Washington, D. C. March 27,1855. PROPOSALS will be received until the 30th of | April neit, (on which day the bids will be >pened) tor furnishing tbe materials, (ofwrought and tst iron) and building a lieht-hot^e. upon screw idle foundations, on "Seven foot Knoll," at the j nouth of Patapeco river, Md , by the 30th of Decem ber next. Detailed drawings of the plan of the light-house i*an ?e seen at tint* office (No. 87 Winder's Bulld og.) Should any bid be aeoepted, a contract will be ex ecuted at once. No payment will be made until the whole work i? | completed: and before it is received it must be ap proved by the age-t of the Government appointed t<< uperintend the work??aid ag nt having power to r^,ect all material-) and workti an-hip not in accord ance with the terms of the contract. The right is reserved to reject any and all bid* ? hat may not be deemed adv mtageoua to tbe public interest. All bids should be ? ealed and addressed to the un brsigned, endorsed "Proposals for Seven-foot Knoll Light House." EDMD. L. F H ARDCASTLE, mar98?eolm Enxineer Secretary. WASHINGTON AQUEDUCT. Office Washington Aq kduct, 1 Wa-lnnglon, March 7, 1855. j PROPOSALS are invi ed for graduation, stone and brick masonry, dam;*, tunnels, and other Murks of the Wat>iiinglon Aqueduct. Proposals received up to the 8th of May will be ;?p?ned at noon of that day. Maps, profiles, and specifications of the work will b<< r*vdy tor examination on and after the '.'Oth day ??t April next Proposals will be received f'.r the work of particu lar culverts, bridges, h.c., ae described in the plan* | and specifications. Portions 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 turn appropriations by Congress The Engineer re -t rves the right to prescribe the amount ol work to be done and rat" of progress under euch 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 case of the en'ire stoppage of any par'ieolar work for want ot hinds, the reserved ten per cent will be piid, if, in th~ Judgment of the Engineer, the work b*s been properly executed so far as it lias goo*. Payments will be made in specie checks upon the United States Treasury, upon ibe monthly estimates of the Engineer, reserving 10 per cent.; and it will he a condition of ail contracts that the workmen shall t>a paid their lull wages monthly and in specie. All bids sh uld be -ealed and endorsed " Propo ??als for work on the Washington Aqueduct." The United States reserves the right to reject any or ail the bids should they not be deemed advan tageous, and to make such arrangements as ii ay be c? ordered most conducive to the progress of tbe work. Every offer must be accompanied by a written guarantee, signed by ?ne or more responsible per sons, to the effect that he or they undertake that the bi 'der or bidders will, if bis or their bid be accepted, enter into an obligation, within ten days, with good and i-ufficient curettes, torthe completion ofthe work undertaken ; said guarantee to be accompanied by the certificate of the United Statea district judge, United States district attorney, navy agent, or some officer of the General Government or individual known to tne Engineer or Department of War, that the guarantors are able to make good their guarantee. Bids will be opened in presence of bidder* if any of them choose to be present. Farm of Ouart To Cape. M. C MeigN, U. 8. Engineers: We, tbe undersigned, residents of , in the State of , hereby, jointly and severally, cove nant with the United States and guaranty, in case tne foregoing bid of ?? be accepted, that he or they will, within ten da s after tbe ecceptanco of ?aid bid, execute a contract for the same, with good and sufficient sureties, to perform the work or furnish tbe articles proposed, in conformity to the terms of the advertisement under which it wax made; and, in case the said ?? should fail to enter into contract as aforesaid, We guaranty to make gold the difference between the offer by the ?aid and the next lowest bidder. A. B. C. D. I hereby certify that, to the best of my knowledg and belief, the above named guarantor* are g<> d and sufficient. E.F. M. C. MEIGS, Captain of Engineers in Charge, mar 7?eotMay8fcwtf I'nttid States Patent Office. Wash^'JTOW, April 19, 1866 ON the petition of Aiosx < Wheklm, and A F Whiilxi, Ex?eu'er of William c. Wheeler, deceased, of the Statu of New York, praying for tlie extension of a patent granted to Aloe so and Wm 0. Wbeelur on the 8th cf Julv, 184i for an im provement in '? Endlws Chain Horse Power f>r driving Ma hlnery," for seven years from ta? axpi mtjen of th? said patent, which takes place on tne 8:1 day oIJut 1866? It is ordered, that the said petition be heard at thi Patent Office on Monday, the 26 h day of June next at 12 o'clock m; and all persons are notified to ap pear and show eause, ifeny they have, why said pt tition ought not to be granted P?rsons opposing the extension are required tc file in tbe Patent Offio- their objections, .specially forth in writing, at least twenty days before the du} of hearing; all testimony fiUd by either party to be used at tbe said hearing must be taken and trana mitted in aoco. lanoe with the rules of the offloe which will be fut..ished on application. The testimony iu the caee will be closed on the 16th ot June, 1855; lepc-oltions and other papers re lied en as testimony, must be filed in tbe Office ot or before the morning of that day; the arguments, it any, within ten lays thereafter. Ordered, also, that this notice be published in th* Union, Intelligencer and Kvenlngtttar, Washington. D C-; Diity Republican Baltimore. Mi.; I enn sylva^ian. Philadelphia, Pa.; boientlfic American, New York ; onoe a week for three suooeesive week# Erevious to the 26th day of June next, the day of earing. 8. T. BHUOIRT, A i Meg Commissioner of Patents. P. 8.?Editors of the above papers will pleaee oopj and send their bill* to the Patent Office, with a pa per oontainimt tbis notice. aprvQ?lawSw MORE NEW DRESS GOODs! WE *pen io-day a beautiful stock of new and desirable DRESS GOODS. Rich floanced Barege Robes, in black and colors A large a**o*meiit of Omndys and French Lawns Rich Printed Bareses and Silk Tissues Mou-welines and Barege de Laius, in great profusion White Plaid Cambrics, colored, brilliaats and ebinuea Embroidered and degted Swiss Muslins plain Bareges in blue, pink, green, brown and tan colors Mourning goods in great abundance, in thick and thin fkbnca. also, m sToaa A large and full stock ol tuple and domestic goods. We name in part 75 pieces bleached shirting cotton of th<* best brands 35 pieces all pure shirting lineus, from 45 eta to fl Cyard ens, towellings, and table napkins 1,000 yards small figured lawns at 19Jf eta., war ranted fast washing coii rs, and well worth *25 cts > i00? yard! Barege de Lain 19 V4 eta., worth M eta All of which we invite purchasers to call and ex ***** before making tbeir selection. All articles warranted to be aa represented. , wfiieh ?i?it upon the payment of all bflla | have 1 COLL1T k 11110, ap 19 eotl 17tb st., 3d door a' ove Pa rv OR SALE?At the SENAIB 8TAHLE south of the Capitol, three gpod work lorsea, and aoe flLoe buggy by ^pply at the ttablea, or oensts hnviN mar 91?aolm* PARASOL*. ^ ? . uo W]f rtefc aa4 cheapP iraaoU, aJl eolore ?>rmw Bonnets and Mtaee' Flats, gnat variety Rich Bonnets and Ribbands 190 tarn Linen c?mbrtc HudkNChliA In fancy boxes, at #1 80 per doaou; we think a good bargain Embroidered and Clear Lawn Handkerchiefs in great variety 500 yards Swiss Edging, lie., worth 95c. 30 dozen black Net Mitu, from 50 cenu up, vary cheap 9S doaen beat Trench Kid Olovea, all shades My stock ia large and well assorted, and par chased at the very lowest prices. Customers w II be pleased to favor ma with a call and they shall be attentively shown through it, and the goods offered at a small advance WM. R. RILEY, Corner 9th st., opp. Centre Market. mar 31?1m m A OABD. m B?onomy u the read to wealth." Great Reduction in the priee of Hata k Cape | ('HE undersigned, havinc made arrangements ( with a New York Hat Company to be con stantly supplied with the very beet Moleskin or DRESS HATS, got up in the latest style, offers i i-mi at the unprecedented low price of #3,50. worth from f^ur to five dollars; second quality, 93. worth from $3 50 to $1; and a very good fash it n sible Hat at #3>50- worth fiom $3 to 43,50 Al*o, Re-be k Co'* Hats, at a much less advance than they have been here tot re sold In this city. First rate beaver Hats $3,5 <. All kinds of s*?ft HATS and CAPS v< ry low. In order to sell at the above low price* the cash t-ystcm must be adopted ; consequently tlKwtf* who purchase wdl not bo charged from fifteen to twenty five per cent, as an offset for bad debts. ^ ANTHONY, ^ (for many years 1h the employ of Todd & Co.) No. 3, Columbia place, 7th st, ap id-tf 3d door north of Pcnn. avenue. WASHINGTON STOVE ItliDFiCTlBY, 8. E. eomer of Pa. or. and FJevmtK ntreet, Sole Agency for CHILSON, GOULD fc OO ?S Warming nnd ventilating Apparatus, M POND fc CO.'3 (of Boston) Union Double-Oven rooking Range, J. L. MOTT'8 (of New York) INVINCIBLE DOUBLE-OVEN RANGE. Constantly on hand, and receiving LATROBE STOVES, for heating two storie?; Parlor and Cham her GRA I ES,Enam?-l sd and Japanned Cooking, Ila'l, P.irlor, Chamber and Dining Room 9 OVES; Plain. Tinned nnd Enamelled Iron HOLLOW WAKE; Bioek Tin, Planished and Ja,.anned WARE in great varietv. *11 of which will be sold at the lowest possible rates, that will compare favorably with any Eslab lishment south of New York. An examination of my stock Is earnestly solicited. ap!3?3m M8 SK1RVI*G. (BLOCKS. CLOCKS, CLOC KS X?If you j want a good Clock, warranted to keep time, rail at the store of J.ROBINSON, 340 Pa. ave., op?o. Browns' Hotel. ap 7?dim EMOIRS OF THE COUNTESS OP BLES sir.gtosi, by R. R. Madden, M R. 1. A., two voTs^ FRANCK TAYLOR BROWN'S AMERICAN POULTRY YARD, 1 vol, New York liickson and Mowbray on Poultry, 1 vol, London Guide to Service, the Poultry Maid, 1 vol, London The Pig, by Youatt, 1 vol, Phila. Pigs and their Treatment, by Richardson, 1 vol, Dublin Randall's Sheep Husbandry, 1 vol, New York Mor ell's American Shepherd, 1 vol do Blacklock on Sheep, 1 vol, Glasgow ap 17 FRANCK TAYLOR. VOTICE TO FLUTISTS.?EISE.V BRANDT'S i * superior Premium Diasonic Flutes and Cla ion ettes wrtl be on exhibition and for sple for jrt'nw days at HILBUS k HITZ'S Music Dfrpot. mar Itt vols REV. JOHN LANAH\N, PASTOR OF THE EXETER STREET, M E. CHURCH.?A strong desire to benefit the afflicted induces him thus to cer if/. We chal enge any other medicinu to present such a mass of testimony from gentlemen and ladies of high standing of our own wed-known cilixens. who testify of cures of COUGH, BRON LillTlS, RHEUMATISM DYSPEPSIA, fcc Baltimore, January 34th, 1855. binrri. Mortimer \ Mowbray: 1 take pleasure in saving to you that i have used V ur ''Hampton's Tincture'' with very great profit, r rom a serious t.iroat affec tion, my general health t..id become very much impaired, when I com .ns*nced to use ' Hampton's Tincture." I found it- effects upo;i my general health most salutary.? My nervous system and digestive organs soon right ?*<1 up under its use. I nave several times recommended It to my friends, and in every case, as far as I have been In formed, they have use it with success. Yours truly, John Lanah an, Pastor Of Exeter St., M. E. Church, Baltimore. BLEEDING Of"tHE LUNGS. Raleioh, N. C., Feb. 8, 1855. Memrt. Mortimer 4' Motobray: I do hereby certify that about twelve months ago I was taken with a severe hemon-hage of the Lungs .?nd had four attacks of it I was advised to try Dr. ilampton's Vegetable Tincture I procured one isntle, and after taking which, I was satisfied that I was much better; and that, after taking the fourth bottle, I was entirely well, and now I enjoy as good health as ever I did In my life. I can, and do, with out the least hesitation, recommend the Tincture to allpereona afflicted in my way. Yours, Gio. W. Weailzt. CURE PITS?READ! More to the Sick than Oold.?From one ol the most respectable Druggists in South Carolina. Charleston, S. C. Sept. 21,1853. Mesare. Mortimer Ik. Mowbray:?The sale ef /our Hampton's Vegetable Tinct'ire is increasing ?very ^ay, and every bottle sold recommends this ralua' Je mftiiciiie to the afflicted. Several of our barters have tried it in different cases with aston -ihing success, and are getting it by half dozens. It '?as been fouud to be the greatest remedy for rheu natic affections, and a wonderful cure has been performed on a negro bov, suffering from Fits. I will furnish you with a number of certificates if you wish them I am, gentlemen yours, W. G. Trott. Call and get pamphlets gratis, and see cares of L?juxh, Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Dys ?epsia, Nervousness and General Weakness. As a "?male medicine or for delicate children we believe I' unequalled. Said hy MORTIMER fc MOWBHAY.14G Batti uore street, Balumore, and 304 Broadway, N. York Chas. Stott It Co., J. B. Moore, D. B. Clarke, lares k Bowlino, W. Elliot, and H M< Pher son, Washington ; also, by R. S. F. Ci sel, Geotge town; and C. C. Merry, Alexandria, and by Drug guts everywhere. feb 91?tr Treasury Department, March 5, 1855. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the holdersof _ stock of the United States described in the fol lowing netice of 3d January last, that for the pur pose of completing the purchase of the amount therein named, this department will continue to purchase, upon the terms of said notice, to the ex tent of the residue ol the sum proposed not yet ob tained?say $1,156,585 05, if said stocks are offered and received here prior to the first day of June next: TRBAsrav Department, January 3, 1855. Notice is hereby given to the holders of the fol lowing described stocks of the United States, that this department is prepared to purchase, at any time between the date hereof and the 1st day of Mar<*h next, portions of those stocks, amounting in the ag gregate to $1,900,000, in the manner and on the te. ms hereinafter mentioned, to wit: In case of any contingent competition, within the amount stated, preference will be g ven in the order of uuie in which said stocks may be offered. The certificates, duly assigned to the United States bv the pa rues who are to receive the amount tncreof, must be traasn itted to this department; upon the receipt whereof, a price will be paid compounded of the following particulars: 1. The par value, or aLiount specified in each cer tificate. 3. A premium on the stock of the loan authorized by the act of July, 1846, redeemable November 19, 1856 of 2% per cent.; on the stock of the loan au thorized by the act of 1849, redeemable 31st Decem ber, 1869, of 10 per cent.; on the stock of the loans authorized by the acta of 1847 and 1848, a ?d redeem able. the former on thr 31st December, 1867, and the latter on the 90th June, 1868, of 16 per cent; <ind on the stock of the loan authorized by the act of 1850, and redeemable on the 31st of December, 1864, (common!]* called the Texan indemnity,) 6 per cent. 3. Interest on the par of each certificate from the 1st of January, 1855, to the date of receipt and set Uement at the Treasury, with the allowance (for the money to reach the owner) of one day's interest in addition. Payment for said stocks will be made In drafts of the Treasurer of the United States, on the assistant reasurer at Boaton, New York, Philadelphia, as the parties may direct. But to certificate will be entitled to the benefit of this notice which shall not be actually received at the Treasury on or before the said 1st day of March aext. JAMES GUTHRIE, mar 6?dtJunel Secretary of the Treasury. R. H. GILLET, CoiaitUor at Law? ? Offlf* and rsridenos In Franklin Row, oornsr ol E ?n1 Thirteenth street. oat 08?dflm DIFFERENTIAL AND INTEGRAL CALC0 lus, by Ed. H Courtney, late Piqfesaor in tha Crlvsriity of Virginia Loomis's Practical Astronomy ?P* FRANCE 1AYLQR. Private Mtdlotl Trmtim PHYSIOLOGICAL TTKW Of MA1XIA#*, *T m B. LA CROIX. H. D? ALBANY, N Y. 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PUBLUUBD, end containing Marly d uble the nanttty ot naming mattar Id that of the FlfTY CKNT8 Oft DOLLAR PUBLICATIONS. It treat* on the PHT8IOLO QY OP M ARRLAGB, and tha aacret Uflrmitiesand disorder of youth and maturity, re quiting from u?wsm, which destroy the physical and xaan tal powers, with obeervations 01 marriage, Ita dutle* and disqualifications, and their remedies; with lithographs, illustrating th* anatomy and physiology. said diseases of tha repro iaetiTa organ* of both sexes, their structure, usee and functions. A popular and oomprebsnslve tree Lisa on the duties and caaunJ^ f single and mar .-led life?happy and touitral aJ\su*e, mode c f se uring them?fafePjeitcn infs.tile one#?their jbriation and reiuovei-' iPPorUnt biota to tho t mtemplating matru-j ay tbat will overcome ob lections to It; ncno. bcfrcv^r. should take this im portant s'ep w* !>out Cirst consulting ita psprs yinun-ntariPfl o r\ tbe uieeasee and medical treatment af feni-les f'ot: Ir-'.arjcy to old aire, each eaae grnph oally i! t ustratc i by beautiful lithographic plates uervoas debility, its bum and cure, by a proce* *t onoe so simple, and effectoal. that milure L F, apt nettle?rul-e for dally management?an eas*y on 3p.>rmetorrh<*e ?ith practical observations on ? lalhr. and more successful mode of treatment?pre cautionary hints on the arils resulting from empiri jal practice?an essay on all diseases arising ftotc ud Isolation, with plain and simple rules by which Ml persons can cure thcmsclTea without merccry? rsm- lies for thoea self inflicted miseries and UUap pointed hopes so unfortunately prevalent In th* 7 ooug. It Is a truthful adriner to the married anc those contemplating marriage. Ita perusal Is par iieularly reoommended to persons entertaining se ?ret doubts of their physical condition, and who ar< oneciooe of having baaarded the health, happinej ? ad prtviiege i to which every human being is <n titled to. Price 25 tents per oopy, or five copies for one dol er. Mslled free of poetage to any part of the Unl ed States. . N. B.?Those who prefer may oonsultDr.LAOaou ;pon any of the diseases upon which lib bcck trsat ,ther equally or by malL Mediolre sent to anj -.art of tbe Uuion according to directions, eafel> ncknd and oarefnlly secured from all observation Adlr<*s Dr. M. B. LA CROIX, No 81 Maiden Lan Poet Office box 579, Albeav. N. Y. Offlca open daily from (lamtoSpci and or ? c r.J?y from 2 until 5 pm. 41^- Qffioe tlanaoTad from No. 60 Beaver St., -) 31 ?3 Rides* JLame, Albany. N. Y. ?iec 7 [No. 530.1 By ths President*** the VnltidStatei. IN pursuance of law, I, PRANK LIN PIBRGF, Free ident of the United SUte- of America, do hereby declare end make known tba' a publi < sale will be he d at the lan-i offlc* at AoocafA, in the State r>' Mississippi. eom-nea ing on Vonday,'he twenty-first day of Miy next, for th? dlep^U of a'l th?t portion <>f he t?<.:ions an 1 pirU oi seotions of land benriu. odd num*>ers within fix m'les on ea.h side of th lin* of the Mob:ls aint Ohio uvek Kaiinoan, in tbe states < f Ala a*a ani Missivs ppi subj?it to th >l"ubl * mln mum pr'ce of two dollars and llfty cents p-r acre, pn v ded by the act ot 20th tsep'einber, 1160, aad excepted irom gTalnation as to price by tbe .ict- f 4tl Aufus", 1854, which were a^vartisei to be offrmi for s*le in p^ocUmttion ^o 495i, benr lag date 23d May, 1853, but subsequently witl drawn unti' furth*r notion tor the proposed railroad from Brandon to Mont<rmery by public no i^o No. 491, bearing date 19ih August, 1863: an i th) same act being suhp ct to private ?ntry at tbe date of s?-4?l witbdrawal, were consequently not re?torrd to mar k-t by aen?ral notice No b'?i, dated Eth ?'ep'ember, H5I, situated In the underffienfconed townships, to wtti North of the base line and east of the Choctaw nvrv dian Township four, of range thirteen Townships three, four Jive, and ?*?, of ranse four teen To?n-h!ps three, four, five, six and mten, of r? ? ge fifteen T.>wnBhips three,four,Jhx, sia. .mdetran^>fran-e sixteen I'ownshlps iIk, ria, and leasa, of range eeTen teen Towrshlp seven, of range eighteen. Notice Is slso 1 ereby given that all the lands ait uate< outsi'le of the iixmile limits on each side of tbe above road withdrawn and no^ e<*0" restored to private -r.try a? above state!, wfclch will be rub ject to entrv at one dollar and twenty-flve cs ts ?per acre, or (If lor actual settlement aod preemp tion) at the prion pres rlbed by the graduation act of 4th August, lBi4. inthofoll iaing-r.amedd strlcts and townships lu the States of Miss s*ippl and Ala bama, will be subject to entry and location on and afcer Monday tho nineteenth day of March next, to wit: In tbe dlstrlst of lands subject to sale at Aoeusra, Mississippi : North of the bate Him and east </ the Choctaw meri dian. Townships three, four, five, six and seven, of range twelve Townships thr-e, four, five, sup, and sevtn, of range thirteen Townships three, four five, six, and seven, of range fourteen Township seven, of range fifteen Townships three, four, and five, of range sixteen Townships three, four, five, six, and seven, of range seventeen Townships thru, four, five, six, and seven, *i range eighteen. In th? district cf lands subject to sale at Dxnopo> us, Alabama : NorL\ of the base Kn? and west cf the prindpil me ridian. Town-hips thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen and seventeen, of range two Townships thirteen, fourteen, fi. teen, sixteen and seventeen, of range three Townships th rteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen and seventeen, of: ange four Townships thirteen and fourteen, of range five. The townships designated in r man letters are wholly witnln the limits of six and fif.ren miles re spectively on each tide of said road, and those in italics are partly within s?id limits, as designa ed on the diagrams which will be furnished to tbe re spective district officers by the Crmuiiseiontr of the Qeneral LaM ~'ffi?e. The lands will be scl^, subject to th* right of way granted by the act of 90th September, 1850 ts the -Hates afore*aiu for said railroad, not exceeding one hundred feet on each elle thereof, and .herefore the oaiticular tracts of land which include the road w 11 be sdd ns oonta'nlng the quantities respectively shown by the offlc al plats. The sections will be offered at tbe public sale In the order in wh'ch thty are advertised; the sale will be kept open for a sufficient time to admit of offering all the lands, but not exceeding two week*, and applications to make private entries of the lands offered at public sale under this proclamation will not be received until after the clcse cf the two wesia. Given under my hand, at the city of Washington, this raven* h day of Pebruarv, Anno Demini one thousand el?ht hundred and fifty-five. FRANKLIN PIKBOE. By the Pr#fWent: Josh Wilsoh, Comm;E?iontr Qsnetu l^ana umce. HOTICK TO PRE KMPTION CLAIMANTS. Under the aet of Congress approved 3d of March, 1863, entitled "An act *x> extend pre empUon righ's to certain settlers ihtrain mentioned," the pre-emp tloi la s were extended f ver the above mentioned alternate odd nnmbered sections within six miles cn each side of the route of tbe road where tbe settle bent and lmprovqper.t were madr prior to the date of all tn?*n% it proven up and paid for at the rate of two dollars and fifty oent* per acre, before the day fixed for the public sale; and by tbe act ap proved <Tth March, 1854, entitled "An act for the relief of settlers on lands reserved for railroad pur poses." persons who settled and Improved the above named ?ectlons prior to tbe date of witAdremal win be entitled to preemptions at the ordinary mioimum price of the publlo lands, or at the rate of one dollar and twenty-five cents per acre, if proven up and paid for before tbe day fixed for the public sale:? Therefore, every perron entitled to the ilrfctof pre emption in any of the alternate odd numbered sec tions above mentioned, within six miles ot the route of the road, uud-r the aet of 3d March, 1358, above referred to, on settlements made prior to the 4th of February. 1853, (the date of allotment) or under the act of 37 eh March. 1854, on settlements made prior to tbe dat* of the original withdrawal of the lards from market, likewise every persop entitled to pre emption under tbe act of 27th March, 1854, in any ot the lands outside qfthe its mile limits directed to be restored to en?r y on the 17 th day of Mar oh next, is jeqnired to esUblisl the same to the satisfaction of the register and receiver of the pro perpend ofllo*, and make payment therefor at tne price fixed bj law as scon as practicable after seeing this notice, and before the d?y appointed for the publ c sale or restoration to market of the lands embracing the trac: claimed; otherwise such rlain will be forfeited. JOHN WILSON, CommMoaer of General Lend rffloe. fob 10?lawlSw FOR POOR AND LABORING MEN. Ct MALL BUILDING LOTS of 10 feet ee mere, In D various purts ot tba Olty, and Georgetown, al lav prtoee, and teems to suit. LLOYD A 00. ? DILDI n Ct ITOIB, Par {ale, deliverable at the Quia), or Wha?VM la W*fUnjr?">n, Georgetown, cr Alexandria. LLOYD h 00 15th street, opp. Treasury Department, 1/ swr-ijr doctor hoofland* OELSBRATBO (German Bitters, nntus dt OB. C. 1L JACEBOM, Fhilad'a., Pa., will mrracrvALLT ccu LIVER COMPLAINT, DY&PRPM, JAUHBIC8, CMi or tfervoas Debility, Dieeaeet ?f Kidney, **d oil rfieeases mrtetng from m dU Wtff erf XrtMT or AtMlk Such u Constipation. HTJLllSSH&en' Blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach,, Nau Ht. Heartburn, bifnx ft* food, t^,l'nfT ?r weight in the Stomach, Soar Krect kflon*, Hmk in, or Fluttering at the Pit of I'?*" miu of the Head, Hurr ed and *?cek Fluttering at the Heart, Cboking or HuffocaUng Sen?ation? when to a lying Posture, ^n>n?"it?' Vision, Dots of Webs before the Sight, rever and Dull Pain in the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowneec of the 8kin and E)?, Painit* the Side, Back, Cheet, Limbs, *c., Sudden Flushes of Heat Burning in the Flesh, Constant Imagtn ings of Evil, and (Teat depression of Bpints. THE proprietor, in calling t~e attention of the public to this preparatioa, does so with a feel ing of the utmost confidence in iu virtues and adap tation to the dis^awt for which it h recommended It is no new and untried article, but one that has -taed the test of a ten years' trial betore the Amen crn poople,and its imputation and%ale is unrivalled any similar preparations eitant. The iestim"ny in its favor given l?y the most prominent and well <*iown Physician* and individuals, in all parts ol ? he country is immense. The following from North Cai?4ina is respectfully sub ? itt d, ret-rring an> who may still doubt, to my "Memorabilia," or Prac ileal Receipt Book for Fanners and Families, to be nad gratis, of all the Agents tor the German Bittern. Principal Office and Mai.ulactory, ISO Arch st, Philadelphia, Pa. TESTIMONY FROM NOKTH t'AKOLISA. Certificate of Dr. Hr. Smith, of Pine HL'l, Rich mond County. -V. C. Pim Hill, March 4th. 1634. Da. C. M. Jackson, I'biladHpbie?Dear Sir : I nave been a subject of Dyspepsu, ui its worst 1 rm, tor the last five years. Such was my condition fo welve months that the physicians and all who saw ne said I must die. While in this condition. I w? carried to the watering places In Virginia, Tennes see and North Carolina, but was not benefited b> any water to which 1 was taken. While on my way home, 1 stopped a week at Rntherfor.tion, a -mailvillage in North Carolina, to try the effect ?t -oiue Chalybeate water in that place. About thi ?ast of the week, 1 went into a drug store to gei -ome medicine for my child and.rayseif. Then were several of the village physicians in the store, and one of them seemed to take some interest in my case and, after asking me some questions, said he had betn a dyppepuc, and had been greatly ben^ fitted by the use of "Dr. Hoofland'* German Bi? ters," prepared by y~u, and he insisted that I would try the Bittwrs He also called tne next day at my room, and insisted so much that I would try them that I asked him to get me one bottle. He did it, and I commenced taking it as directed, and I do say I was more benefitted by it than all the water ano i medicine I had ever taken. After reaching home one of my neighbors ranie to me ff?r a prescription and medicine, (he a dyspep ?ic,) and i gave him nearly all the Bitters 1 had I'fl. ivinch effected much good in his case. He has often ailed on me for more of the same k nd of medi eiue, saying he was more benefitted by it than any irther he had taken, but I have not been able to get i:.y more for him or myself . -, ther** .ore, please ship me a rfoxen or more as soon as pos sible. Respectfully yours, W. SHITH. D. R. HOOKER, Roger'a Store, Wake ?Jo., N. C , ? >?tober 24 1858, says:?'4 Having experienced very great benefit from the use of " Hoofland's German Bitters/' in Chronic Dysentery and functional de rangement of the Liver, and its concomitant evils, I am desirous of obtaining a quantity of it for the benefit of my community. You will, therefore, please send a lot. kc. he. CERTIFICATE OF WM. i. ATW?)OD. HrnTsviLLB, Yadkin Co , N. C ,Nov. 1st, 1853. Dt- C. M. Jackson?Dear Sir: Allow me to ex press to you my sincere thanks for your discovery of a medicine which, to say the lea*t of it, ha? ef ?ected a cure that all other medicines, thnt I have aken, have entirely failed to do. "Hoofland's Ger man Bitters" have eured me of th? most stubborn and aggravated case of the pu ts that, perhaps, ever fell ia the lot of man My case is not a granger in t::is community, as I am well known in this and the -urrou'iding counties, and can truly &av that my re covery has astounded all my friends and relation?, as I had tried everything reoommended, and nothing I did me any good until I was prevailed upon to tr> the Bitters. You are at liberty to rake any eee o> this communication, for the benefit ol the afflicted, vcu may think proper. Truly yours. WM. J. ATWOOD. These bitters are entirely re {Habit, they Invigorate and strengthen the system, never prostrate it, and can be used for infants as well aa adults. For sile by respectable dealers everywhere, and by Z. D. GIL MAN, Wa-hington; J. L. KID WELL. Georgetown; and J. R. PIEKPONT, Alexandria. mar 1?ly CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. Th? Grant Parlftr of tk< Blood! Hot a Particle of Mercury In It 4b IffiAUURU RntDT (or Scrofula, Kirg'e Rvil . Rheumatism, 0 '^dilate Cutaneous Eruptions Ptcii.Ua ?r Pustules on th? face, Blotches, Boil* Chronic 8ore Kyes, Ring Worm or Tetter, Scab* H*aJ, Enlargement and Pain of the Bonea and Joint*, Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic Disorders. Lnmbajro. Spinal Complaints, and all the disease* arising from an injudicious use of Mercury, 1m prud noe in ( Ifi, or Impurity of the Blood. THIS valuable M-dlcme, * hich has become oele brated for the number of ?xtracrdinary cures effected through its agancy, has induced the propri sto**, at the urg nt Truest of their friends, to offei I It to the public, which they do with the utmost enn I Bdenoe in its virtues and wonderful curative prop srtl a The following certificates, (elected trom a tnrge number, are, however, stronger teetlmon. ihari the mere wori of the proprietors; and are all from gentlemen wel 1 known in their localities, an? ?>( the highest respectability, many of them reeklini In the city of Richmond, Ya. J. HOYDEN, Esq,, of ths Exchange Hotel, B!eb mond, known everywhere says he has seeu 'he Med icine called Cartu's Sparibh Mixturx. administer*, in over a hundred cases, in nearly all the diaeaset tor which it is recommended, with the cost as ton Ishingly good results He eays It is ths most sx traerdinarr medicine he has ever seen. AGUE AND PgVBR?GRBAT CURB.?I hereby pertiiy that for three years I had Ague and Feve* of the most violent description. I had several rtiv <idani, took Urge quantities of Quinine, Mercury and I bal eve all the Tonics adveitiKd, but all with out permanent relief. At last I tried Carter*! SpaniBh Mixture, two bottle* of which efft-ctcallj cured me, and I am happy to say I have had neither chills or fevers since. I consider it the beet Tonic in this world, and the only medieine that aver reached my case. JOHN LONGDJtN. Baa via Ditch, near Richmond. Ya. 0. B. LTTQK, Ksq., now in the city of Richmond and for many years in the Poet OfRoe, has such oonfidenoe in the astoniahing efficacy of Oarter*? Spanish Mixture, that he has bought upwards of M bottles, which he has given away to the afflicted.? Mr. Lock says he has never known it to fail when ?*>?? aoooruing to directions. Dr. MINOS, a practising Physician, and formerly cf the Oity Hotel, in the city of Richmond, eays be has witnessed in a number of instances the effsoU o: Oar e^s Spanish Mixture, which were most truly surprising. He says in a rase of Consumption, de pendent cn the Liver, th? good effects wers won derful indeed. SAMUEL M. DR1NKKR, cf the firm of Drinker k Morris, Richmond, was cured cured of Liver Ccm Elaint of three y ears standing, by the use of two ottlM of Cartel'? Spanish Mixture. 0RBATCUR8 0? SCROFULA-?The Editors ol ths Richmond Republican hide se vant employed In their press room, cured of violent Scrofula, com bined with Rheumatism, which entirely disabled him from work. Two bottles of Carters Spanish Mixture made a perfect cure of him, and the Edi tor* in a public aotioe, say they '?cheerfull r reoom mend it to all who are afflicted with any disease oi ths blood." STILL ANOTHER CURB OF SCROFULA.?I hnd a very valuable boy cured of Scrofula by Carter's Spanish Mixture. I oopifclsr it truly a valuable medicine. JAMES M. TAYLOR, Conductor on ths R. W. and P. R. R. Oo. Richmond. Va. ?ALT RHEUM OF TWENTY YEARS STANDING OUaED Mr. JOHN THOMPSON, residing In the dty ol Bichmoad, was eared by three bottles of Garter's Spanish Mixture, of Salt Rheum, which he had for aaarly treaty veers, and which all the physicians Ofthe could not cure. Mr. Thompson Is a well kaowa rtmhant in flie dty of Richmondf and hia to u&st HBSNffkibl#* WM. A.MATTHEWS, of Richmord had a servant sured ef Syphilis, in the worst form, by Garter's Rpaaish Mixture. He seyfl he cht-Tfullv recom mends it, and oonridera It a very invaluable medi EDWIN BURTON, commissioner ot the revenue, says he has seen the good effects of Garter's Speaish Mixture in a number of Syphilitic cases, and aays it ? a perfect sure fcr that horrible disease. WM. 0. HARWOOD, ef Richmond, eared cf old Sores and Ulcers, which disabled hlo ftem walking, rook a fo w bottles of Darter's Spanish Mixture, and was wetted to walk without a crutch, 1b a short Principal Depots at M. WARD, CLOU k Oo? No. IS Malta Lana, New York- " T. W Dfort A SONS, No. ltl North Second Philadelphia jncnflni a biers, No. is Matn -tmt. Bleb Aad for saie by CHARLBS BTOTT, Washington, 0; 1IENKY PEEL, Alexac wit, and br DrauWte ewer7?h?/e. H b< tut* for ffir. TRAYRLFKS* hlRKt Tt'FY. r ^ r' ? Mott MftlT* Lin* wmw romc.JLEXjarrv/ujijrjtsHiifQTow crrr, and district or Columbia PACKET*. fpHIB LINE OP PACKETS SAILS WEEKLY I from pier 14 Bu( River, New York, and (Aeair BBtctuHTT. wul vr oompnead of U?e following Im. olaae few1!?: New u lu. A. V. BedeO. oiMlar. New schr. MoU Br+U, A. V. Tmtwel. Sckr. Ann D . ffn. Oliver, bmut. Hch'. Volant, L. A. 8miib, muw*. Bohr. CornmanfifT tn- ("W. Wogljm, master dchr. OreMuay, VViieoa, uuter. These Teasels are all faat aailers, and tb? mmb Ben of experience in the trade, rod the only regu lar Hne of Waahincton Ctty packets. MOTT BfeuELL. Wall street, N. T. 8. 8. MASTER** fc SONS, Alexandria, Va. THOMAS RILEY, ? I 4m Waahlncton and D. C. CKOIWEIL'R BALTIMORE STEAMSHIP LINI BETWEEN NEW YOKE BALTIMORE 11 BOSTOll, "ITTILL dUpatcbTSteanjer daily from Baltimora Yf arxl NewYork, and twice a week from Bostoo to B.tltimore and Baltimore to Boston. This line afford* uneqaall<*d facilities to the bnrf ne*s men of the District of t'O'iimbia. The Agents at either point will receive frt icht and rive a through Wi'l of lading to Was tunc ton a! the lowest rates ot freight and no commikHon- rharc? d. Apphcationo for freight promptly att? nd? d to by the following agents A. t'. HALL, * Exohanfe PI re, Baltimore. H. B CROMWELL. Com** Waehlnrton and Albany at*., N. Y. J NO. W. ri< HANK, jan 14?d3ui Foot of India Wharf, Bosto*. FOR THIWIST AND SOUTH. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILED A*. IMPROVED ARRAN 1KMRNTS POK TKAVRLI IMPORTANT CHANGE* Of ? HMDUDMll r^BMM^BC The late completion of tho ?lllsBS9?0eniral Ohio Railroad between Whe-ling and Co! umbos, nnitlng. as U doea, by so short and tfirwyt a Uae, the Baltimore and Ohio Rrilroad with all portions of the W*ct (and North and Southwest) gtves thta r-ute greatly inersassd advantages to through traveler* in that direction. On and af ar MONDAY, Nuvembar 27, 1864, the trains will be ran a# follows: F&E THROUGH PASSENGERS. Two fast trains daily wil1 run in each direction. ?lrst?The MAIL TRAIN, leering Cam4en Ftatton ?t 7 a. m., Instead ot 9 o'clock as 1 ?retofore, (except n Bandar,) an 1 avt*.rin* at Wheeling at 2 40 a. m. poo ad?The FX? .1KS8 TRAIN, leaving at 8 p m., n^tead of at 7 p. m., as heretofore, aad running r.rou^b to Whee Sng in about 17 hears, reaching :i:-re ct 10 26 a. m. Ttris train will ?t..p at Walk* 1,5*00 Junction, Sykeevill*, Monocacy, Hsrpar's / rry, Marlnsburg, Mr Jobn'? Ron. Cumberland, "i?dmont. Bcwlesbnrg, Newburg, Fettermsn, Farm la^t^r., Cameron and MoundsrM* only, tor wood vud water and meals. Both these trains make rrompt and regular cruortion with th? ears of tho 'Vi trial Ohio Roal 'or Cambridge, 2Un? rrille, Now* irk, Columbus. Cincinnati, Looirrire, Payton, ^aadtibky, Toledo Letrcit. Indianapolia CLWjo, St Louis, "to. Passengers leaving raltimrre by Oa Mail Tr-'n; wi'f pane' CTneimati tor dinner Dozt day, while by the Pxpree* Train tb*y arrve (Lara it 13 the next night, b*log kept but one night OB the route by eith*r train. Passengers tor the Northwest via Cleveland and ?Ul Intermediate poibts can make a dlraot onnaa tion with he train* upon th* C eveland end Pitta burg Railrord at all time* wbe- the Ohio is navfa*. ??le tor steamsrs between Wheeling acd WalleviUa, t>y leaving Baltimore in the Mail Train at 7 a. m. Returribg. the Trains lwave Wbeelirg as follow*: rhe KXPRfcSf? TR'.IN at 4 JO p m.. reaching Bal timore at a. m. The MAIL TRAIN at 11.4ft p. a . reaching Ba timcre at a 7 p. 49* Through tickets by beat frrm Wheeling tor Ctr.ei-inati, Mt-dis"ii Lou'tville, St. Lruis and other R.rer cities. - !!1 be sotd at a 1 timea when the stage f wa^-r will admit. 4^ Through iRkets between Baltimore and Wfasningtcn, and all the imrortant cities and towns in the Weet, are sold at the Ticket Offices of the Company. POR WAT PASSENGERS THB MAIL TRAIN, having Cun^B Ptatkm will take ptsasnrers tor all the usual atopplng place* on the Road Rn:iimiag, ihis train leave* Whaaltag at 11.46 midnight, Cumberland at 10.1ft a. m^ awl arrives at Baltimore at 7 p m. THE PKrDE ICR ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, to? Frederick and intermediate clacee, will start m 4 p. m , daily (exoept Sun'Uyc) arriving in Predar ick at 7.40 Rc'urc-ag will leave PredWtefc at ? a. mn arrtving at Baltimore at 12S0. coon TUB RLLXCjn** MILLt* ACCOMMODATION will b' run daily, (exc-pt Bundavt,) as follows: Leave Oamd>n Station at 6 a m. and S p. m taave Kllioott's Mills at 7.30 a. m. and 6^0 p. QL dec 18?dtf OKAHOB AJTD ALEXANDRIA WATTBn^p, On and after Tuesday, Nov. 7, 1864, THE Cars leave Alexandria da<ly tor Oordo^w villa and intannediata <tations at 7^ o'clock, a. or. the arrival o! the boat from Washington, giving ample time for breakfast on board. Can* neoting at Manassas Jnnctien with a train for Staw tmrg, at Warren ton Ju "tion with a train tor War r'nUMi, and at Gordonsvilie with trains on tho Virginia Central Rail roe J for Richmond, Charlotte* rille, and Staunton The oars leave Qordonpvil'.e daily for Alexandria and intermediate stations, at ^before 12, a. m., on the antral of the trains ot the Virginia Central rail road from Richmond, Charlottoovl&e, and Stauntor . THROUGH TldKETf. Prom AlcxandrU to V. arrentrn?.........$2 04 ? M Gor jorrrtli* 8 14 ** " ChAxiottesvilla 4 2ft ?? ?? Ctaunloc ft 00 M " Etrasburg? 8 ft4 44 * Lynchburg............^ 8 7ft " " ? Win.hasteT..^. 8 ftO M M Lurwy....^.^ 4 24 M 44 New Market 4 44 " - Middlabuzg 2 11 Por Lynchburg, connecting with tho stages m Jliariottwvilla, on llbcdays, Wednesday*, and Vfi> lays. For Luraj and New Market, connecting with tho s ages at Oulpeper, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and laft urday. Por Winchestor dally, connecting with the i at Piadmont Por Middlsbnrg daily, connecting with tho i it the Plains. Per order: W. IL BROCKETT, no? 7?dtf rOR MOUNT VERNON. On TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS. |Faro round trip 91; from Aloa andria 7ft oents ?The THOMAS OOLLYER laaws Washington at 4 and Alexandria at 9% o'clock. Coaches leave the Capitol for the boat at 8# o*clk Coach tors 10 oonts. Persons wishing tha Ooaohes will leave thsir resft denoe with Qeo. ? That. Parker. Refreshment? o& the boat 00128?dtf SAM*L QBDNEY, Capt THE HEW TORE 4k LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES AIL STIAMKRST rIE KlilPS OOMFRLSlMi THIS UNI THE? ATLANTIC, Cant. Wast w PACIFIC. Oat,t. Nye, BALTIC, Capt Oemsloek, ADRIATIC, Capt Oraftoa These ships have been built by oontraet, exprear ly for Government service; every care has been taken in their contraction, as in the Bngines to Insure strength and speed, and their aooowmoOa tion a for passengers are unequalled for elaganes acd oomfort Prioe nf passage from New York to Liverpool, In first cabin $-*> flaoond ^s^*n iiii 70 Exclusive use of extra rise state rooms 844 Prom Liverpool to New York ?90 and ?20. An experienced surgeon attached to each ailp. No berth onn ho secured until paid ftor. lor freight or passage apply to BDWARD K. OOLLINS A 00^ ft4 Wall street, New Yc<k> BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO, lit?ooL B. O. ROBERT! A 00, 18 King's Arms Yard, T nn4no JOHN MUNROB A 00. 28 Rue Notre Dame dee Ti toirea, Patio. QEO. H. DRAPER, Havre. Tho owners of these ships will not he aoeonntable for gold, silver, bullion, spede, iewolry, predovs stone* or metals, un<eas bills ef uding are strasd therut-r, and the valne thereof therein ia_<ii? JOHNSON ON MANURES, 1 vol, London"" Vaux on tilling and v?rulixin| land, do Morfit on Manures, Philadelphia Dana's Muck Manual for Farmers, Lowell Dana on Manures, New York Ruffin on Calcareous Manners, Richmond Brown's American Muck Book, New York Practical Treause on Manure*, by the BwttsL So cioty, for the diffusion of useful knowledge And many works on Agricultural Che miser, on Fruit Culture, Bees, Cattle, Drainage, Trae Plant ing, and other branches of Gardening and Husband ry, many ol them imported frron abroad. mar 8B PBANCK TAYLOR 1UYO BBCOND BAND PIANOS FOR SALt . or rant upon roasonabls term , at the fToaWfc^ (no r?ty D?- pot fin tha pale of BaRri, Dsn* k Co , Bacon A Ravan, and ofhtfr fian>^ JOHN F ELLIS, ap i