Newspaper of Evening Star, 10 Mayıs 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated 10 Mayıs 1855 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. TO A CHILD BT I. w. LOWGHU.OW I>e?r child ! how radiant on thy mother's knee, With merry mtUn| wye a and jocund nnlles, Tht>u gas^st at the painted tiles, Wbme figures grace, With many a grotesque form and fkce, The ancient caiinnej of thy nuapery! The lady with the pay maca.v, The dancing git I, tns grave bashaw With bearded lip and chin ; And leaning idly o'er bia gate, Beneath the imperial Can of state The Chinese mandarin. With what a look of prcud command Thou ah&lteat in thy little hand The coral tattle with its silver bells, Milking a merry tunc Thousands of years in Indian seas That cer&l grew by Uow degrees, Until some deadly and wild monsoon Dashed it on Coromandel'a sand! Those si'ver belli Reposed of yore, As shapeless ore, Par down in the deep-sunken wellj Of darksome mines, la some obscure and sunless place, Bennatb tinge Chnuboraxo'.i base, Or steep Potosi's mountain pines ' And thus for thee, O little child. Through many a danger and escape, The tall ships passed the stormy cape; Por thee in foreign lar.ds rcmots, B* Heath burning, tropic clime, The Indian peasant, chasing the wild goat, Himself as swift and wild, In falling, clutched the frail a<bute, The fibres of whoec shallow mot, Uplifted from Uie Nil, betrayed The silver veins beneath it laid, The buried treasures of the miser, Time. But lol thy door is left ajar! Thou h?ar*et footsteps mm afar! And. at the sonnd Thou turnset round With quick and queotionirg eyes, Like one, who, in a foreign land, Beholds on every hand Some source of wnnder and surprise ! And, restlessly, imparieaUy, Thou strivest, stragglest, to be Irec. The four walls of thy nursery Are now like prifon walls to thee. No more thy mother's smiles, No more th- painted tiles, Delight th^e, nor the playthings on the fl-.or, That won Uiy Utile, beating heart before ; Thou suugglcst for the opeu door 0 child ! O now born denizen of life's gr?'*i city ! on thy head The giory of the morn Is sited, Like a celestial benisanl Here at the portal thou dost stand, And w ith thy little hand Thou opener the mysterious gate Into th?-future's undiscovered land. 1 see its va'ves expand, \s at tba touch of Pate ! Into ilioft realms of love aa-i hate, Into that <!arknss~ blank and drear, By s. m ? projhetic feelin* taught, I launch the br.ld, adventurous th' Uglit, Pretzhted with hope and fear ; As upon subterranean stream?, ?n cavcrns unerp!ore?l anl dark, Meu rometimes launch a fragile ba:k, La.leri with dickering fire, *n 1 watch it? swift i?.*c?J;rig beams, Until at length they disappear, And in the distant dark expire. # ? ? ? * ? $ ? Rrwr.?The preservation of iron and steel from rust is a very important con sideration in domestic economy. The following plan of doing this is very little known, and 13 far superior to any other: Add to a quart of co!(f water half a pound of quickliioc; let Jhis stand until the top is perfectly clear; pour ofTthe clear liquid, and stir up with it a quantity of olive oil, until the- mixture becomcs a thick cream or assumes the consistence of but ter which has been melted for the table, and has become cold. Rub the iron or steel which is to be put by with this mixture, and then wrap it up in paper. Knives and othar steel articles treated in this vray, will not acquire the slightest rust, if the nature 01 the articles will not admit of their being wrapped up it paper, they will remain free from nisi by covering them more thickly with th< mixture.?Lady's Book. MOVEMENTS OF OCE AN STEAMERS. Kaw.e. Laax* For Dayk. A?ia Liverpool.... Boston A pi 2: Baltic Lirerpool....New York..May I Unw?r Havre New York..May S AMos Iio>ton Liverpool...May J Black Wariior....New York...Havana.. ....May t America Liverpool....Boston .. .May 15 Atlantic Naw York. .?! jverp.>>l. ..May 1! N'#th dtar ?. Havre New York..May IS The California steuaere leave New York on 3th and 30:h of each moaUi. aji::tvals at principal hotels. Crottui' ?1 otal ?T- r. k k. mow*. T r Bowie, Mil J W Roper, Va T H DeWitt, Va J H Crickett M l J W Leslie. NY P Mohan, Pa F M Comally, NJ J A Graham, Ind O T Bymgton, do L Ditecport, do T L Arrtngtri:, Ala W Birmingham, Md W IT Pontine, Pa E Davis, do C P La BotM, La M C Hall, Va B ti Mongol;r, Ala O W Hall, do J C Nyn.ih a lady, NC T Hilt, do H A Belt a family, Cj II Harris, do Miss A L Beit, do Dr kiills, do M>es M A Wheeler, do J Keernan, do Miss O L Tucker, do E P Klarc 4. lady, Md B vV Tnompsoii. Ind Vstlinal 12oval--a a, wiluia M Buoy, Pa 8 Winch?*ater, Pa ? Gen J Buraus, dr> Dr Weston, NY H Hals D C DU'geti, Md G Waldo, Md W Turner, do H Bright. Mars J W Goerrcr W 8 Adams do J Erwin k family, Tenn P M*llett, NY J B Hanis & laiy, do T Perkuu and daughter, J J S?*wi;ie*, Md Mm S Yeun,j. jr, do II Katteson, * Y J &b>?*y, Va 8 Cartlell, do J H Turner. NY W Whitney, Mas* H W Miller, Pa T B V.;lee k lady. Va P 9 Gerald, NY U M Helm, do Wlllardi' Kctcl n a. a J. c. wilum T M Brow^r, NY C T Hvde, NY J Cook, Va W C Chandler, Nil P> Hu:t Ji, do J A Hill, do Z H Atki. ton, Mo C G Hiiltou h lady, NY J Freisr, RI Dr McCartv, Va ( apt Jo?es, UriA J (' Wail, U8N J R Kilt>y a lady, Va Mrs Rice, Ala W W Hunter, U8N G H Porney, do Dr P I. Tane>, La f?!rkwood Ilomsa-j. a. a a. KiaawooD. J H Davidson III C M Smith, DC R W-1 hams, fV ua J H Strotber, do Miss Wt^is, do Mrs Strother, do II Nicholson, do Miss Stroth<*e, ilo T J Harding. O * Dryfeco, NY CB Bacon. NT G J Janson, NJ I'alttd 5Ut?i Ilot;l-i.c.BicniT. G T luihetford, Va J W B jn'xn, Ct N U Wilson, do A B Uichmond, do J P Donoboo and lady, C Davis, .Mil NY T B Taasill T J Brown, Va W J Cherbfiel.f, Va U Easiness, do J A Hammond, do J D O'Neill, All Knation Uoait, AUiaadiia, Va. a iKwroa, raorairroa. M M Dunn, lad H H 8a>mon, Md A C Green, Md II Warfield, do 8 Wiuchest. r, Pa BP Upton, Va WWi?d,d ? W Waller, do J 8 Barbour, Va JN Buck, do B T Tulaaev.Jr, do P B Jones, do J M Standi*, do R OaM, DC H i aperton, DC EM Ti.ihall, do B Tucker, do J Womble, Va H G Browne, Pa N Burwell, do P H Browne, do N M Nelson, do D C Bruce, Md Capt W B Slack, Md J Croaise, do EL Rogers, do W B Cocke, Jr, do W H Peyton, Va J L B irber, sr, do H G Dnlaiiy do J L Barber, tr, do 8 T Aahby, do J Brummel. NJ W H Wataon, do L Powell, Va VV Groomes, Md D Bogert, Md M DuVal, do I>r Walton, Va A Baker, DC Maj Terrett. lady, child J M Boiling, Va a nurse, C9MC T R Love, do D H Gordon, Va C W Pt therbridge a lady, T 8 Hah, do - do M P Plaeide, do Miss Clapton, do J Bheator, Pa R Graham, do II Mager, do Miss K Rives, do * A H Wallace, Ky Mr Sigourn?-y, Mass 8 C Richardson, Va Mrs 8igourney, child and 8 B P In^am, do nans, do gCOTCH ALE, LONDON BRO. 8T0UT, The subscriber offers for sale? 1000 casks Scotch Ale, Minna, Tennants, Falkirk's and Yunger's 500 ilo London Brown Stout, Barclay, Perkins fc Co's, Hibi itt'i and Byass' 1000 boxes Champagne Cider ALSO? Now laodmg Ez Schooner Jose and Maria, from Oporto, Queen's Pert and London Por. barrels pure jalce. _ Dry and old fashioned Port Wines imported m casit^of 10 gallons under bond lo bj ?okl from the custom hou^e stores. F?:r gale by -* WM. G> ALLEN. 34 Burling Slip, New York, N. Y. may 3?1 aw4w (Organ) WASHINGTON AQUEDUCT. OrriCB Wakhikotom Aq educt. I Washington, March 7, 1&55. f PROPOSALS are iuvrcd for graduation, stone and brick masonry, dam.-, tunnels, and other work* of the Washington Aqueduct. Proposals received tip to the 8th of May will be opened at noon of that day. Map*, profiles, and specifications of the work will l? ready for examination on and after the aOth day ot April next. Proposals will be received for the work of partieu lir culverts, bridges, kc., as described in the plans and specifications. Portions only of some of tliv works can be com pleted under the present appropriation, but all the contracts for unfinished work will be subject to fu ture appropriations by Congress. The Engineer re serves the right to prescribe the amount ol work tu be dona and rate of progress under such contract 0>r each appropriation, and, in case of the appro priation not holding out sufficiently, lo decide when and what works shiJI bo stopped until funds become available. In case the entire stoppage of any particular work for want of ftanUs, the reserved ten j>er tent, will be piid, if, in the judgment of the Engineer, the work has been properly executed so far it has gone. Payments will be made in specie checks upon the United States Treasury, upon the monthly crtimates o. the Engineer, reserving 10 per cent.; and it will be a condition of all contraoisthat the workmen shall be paid their full wages monthly and in specie. All bids sli uld be -ealcd and endorsed "Prono sals for work on the Washington Aqueduet." The United States reserves the right to rtgect any or all the bids should they not be deemed advan tageous, and to make sucli arrangement* a? jr.ay be considered rnoet conducivc to the progress J the wOf S. Every offer must be accompanied by a wntisn guarantee, signed by on.; or more responsible per son.;, to the effect that he or they undertake that the bi-lder or bidders will, if his or their hid be accepted, enter into an obligation, within ten day.*, with good and tuincient sureties, tortho completion (.1 the work undertaken; said guarantee lobe accompanied bv it'i ce.rH the United Stated district jadjie, United Slates district attorney, navy agent, or some officer ot toe General Government or iutiividual known to tne Eiurinerr or Department of War, t'lai the guarantors arc able to make good their guarantee. Bids Will be opened in presence oi bidders it any of them choose to be present. Farm of GuaramSm. i Capt. M. C Meigs, U. S. Enrpaeors: We, the undersigned, residents of in the ?iat.e .v^r~,',here,b^Joinl|y *??Hy, cove nant with <lit United Slates and guaranty in C;iae the foregoing bid of be accepted, t/iat heer within ten da?s after the acceptance of said bid, oxecute a contract for the same, with good and sufficient sureties, to perform the work or furnish the articles proposed, ;r. conformity to the t> rms or the advertisement under which it was made ; and, in case the said should fail to enter in?o contrac; as aforesaid, we cuarantv to make go id the difference between the offer by the sul aBj nex, jowe9t bMder. A. 11. to lhe of ?'y *nowl?ig and uelief, the abo; s named guarantors are good and sufficient. E F M. C. MEIGS, mnr 7-b.^aySSS" * Easineers * SPAR KLIN gTsUQAR^ e prspariag a most dolicious Bummer Bsv. erage, poiaoMing the propertiet of, and ?qual to ihe bett Soda Water. 1 . ^ t'"! pleasure ot announcing to numerous n:;trons and the public that, af ter many experiments, nnd at considerable expense, j proving an article which he r?^ \ n2JUgrir> f"r th" mst ntaneoua prepa ration of Soda U ater, ?:?,?*! in a!l respects to tnat d llcious beverage now dtily sold by l.irn. manufac lured by Swan's Atmos. herlc Todd Fountain Appa Faco'liv in?fh vh'/ CO:uulr"ded by ,he Mecienl faculty in th* Nortiiern and Western citics. and Sn?it ,l sul,e.roei"riK all others. The spark'lne Sugar is not only innocent in itself, but in many in stances eminently beneficial to dyspeptics r.nd rth r,npp1-rar.'yd ? Cted/ ,l bti"* a combination, in a concentrated form, r.garudea in daily hsc In every a?;t }',,h 'I118 preparation Soda Water ca^i lw made at home, in the parlor or nt the dinner table, 7>*'lhout the least incenvenience. I? ? e uf" tt'"i residing in the country the Sparfc.ing Sugar will be Inv.iuaMe, as the means of prancing at an inconsiderable expensa a most pleasatit, rs well as healthful mmmer bev. r age^ No one undertaking a Jourr.ey, either by land 0.sea, should be without it, as it is Pm up in i port able form, and not affected by the vicissitude of eli S^kiin.?fl2,' "'-^^'P proprietors will find the Sparkling 3cZsr preferable to, and cheaper than the Mineral ater now sold in bottles It is put up in half pound glass jars, and flavored with lemon, lie ^.V/nf1hPen:hsran'!'2' &c"' l" 8uit 1,10 ,aEC>' taste of the purchaser. / Wl" not re8?rt to the u?ua! method Of pUi^iig his discovery. It requirej no such ;.dven tionUMrf h C<;rriC8 Wia' it,U ow" wonmema tion, aad has only to be known t?j be properly an ? ,"h'ln'1,i5a h.av,n' unce Riven it a trial will never be without the Sparkling Sunar V.J'r,':1" iH l'"r sal" ?"'y at his establishment. xo. A9* Pa. av nue, where the citizens of Wnsh in^on and Georgetown, and visiters to the Metrop Ky' "re 'nvUfcd l" cail jodtfe lor themselves by giving it a trial. may 1 -er.fft V- U a cahrug^-carriagk. f MA / r. n j\v Oh hand, nnd constantly fini?hinj?. n 1. vary large as* irtmeut of Pleasure andr^CMS Family CARRIAGES, of the latest fash ions w,iich I will sell hi low as the sam^^tTii ruS,^; -me? Thr: subscriber i-- low dealing exclusively ia Car i!i" ?W" and all work scld by him will be warrani*d, and consparc favorably with any work in this market. As I always keep a Jrg" assortment, I invite purchasers and otiiers to ex aioine my stock beP-re purch-nin* elsewhere. Carriages built to order Old Carriages u,k-m in exeban--, or repaired at the shortest notice. THOMAS YOUNG, ^ th* Golden IlorMt, may 4,9 P* aV"IUe ??J 4* SUPERIOR MATTfNGS. TUr T receirej an 1 on sale, 100 ro!|? 4 4, 5 4 and ?I extra quality Gowqua. Folkirs Heevnr^ Cl^g-hing M ATT IN G S. in white ^ red^heoS and fancy patterns and i.-ylors cu?cnea, arnn,"i C?^J- 8nn,e are ex ra heavy, and, with our former supply, make ui? St0rK Ma,n"g;J ,n 'own, all of which will be sold on the most reasonable t rins ap J~)-cf'2w GLAGETT, DODSON & CO. !'? J. KIDDHCTog, dealer in ice, Office and Dtpoi south side Fy next to corner 12M it Tl'lF^ rri^r m'.I''?TA?TL.Y ?" IIAWD *T quantiuf* " CZ* ln ,arg? or !,,aa,, OCjh Office opet fiom 5 a. in. to 9 p. m. m 1?eo8m I'nltd Stater Patent Offlos, t O . Washuigto.t, April 24, lfM. \ t ?fL**M G Brvaumn, of A a tb*m^ Pfayin;? fbr the extension of k patent granted to him on the 231 of J ul y mil fnr . T provement in ?tbe raster of loiitrcctiog^d. for gif;ULQj' oottou, Ieriv4 y?ars from the exnira .on of said patent, whi^h takes place on ths 'iZd 7* ? e,?ht??ii himdred and fifty fire : r ? r^titi-m be heard at ths Patent Offioe on Monday, the 9th dav of Tni? MM^,,tl2|0 h!OCk'm ' *?1 fM,rw,ns a? nf>Ufi?jd tc appear and show cause, if any they have, whv *m\i petition ought not to be granted. J ld , ^'r^Dl,0PP?*|nff-he extension are required tofl* in J^^'^ffl^theirolywetipns, specially set forth In writing, at least twenty dayr bsfor* the ii?v ni hearing: aH testimony flledhy either party to be u'sad at the said hearing must betaken and transmitted in aeoordanoe with thsrulerfof thisOfflce, which wiU beturntehe<lonapplieation. U1 The Uetimony in the case will be closed on the ?;h?f June; depositions, and other papers relict as testimony, must be in the ^ the morning of that day ; the argv^enV ii an^ within ten days thereafter. ' Dy' it ^*?? til*t notioe be pabllshed in the lnion, Intelligencer, and Kveetns Star WaiiXna ton, D. CU Daily RePub;ioan, SSLkST' Md" ning Argus, Philadelphia, &? a ican, New York; ono? a week fbr three suoomsIts Si? to "" Wi d" of J"' i* 8 T. SHUGERr, P a WAt* A,e*i?g P?mmi^lr,ner of PatenU. r S-vMitorsof Ule above papers will please oonv .kT bUjNt0 Pat*ul???e,with a pSJ agMga*?thispedas apr BLACK TEA?I HAVE Ju#t receured another I^ot of that *uP?nor? unnvalled black TEA, at^O cents per pound Hpecial attention of housekecp ! 4,1 w ho w^hto indulge ia tr.? ?.u" CUP of Tea is reject bud oiilyof ^ T ealUd ^ to" >'? te SILKS FROM AUCTION. WS open tbi* morning a large lot of DRE88 SILKS, purchased at the late sale of Hal) h Brna., at one-half their value, and whloh we will | Mil at a snail advance for catk, or to prompt cus i toinere. ALSO?JTTBT OPS HBO Rich flounced Barege Dresses 50 pieces rich printed Bareges 30 do plain, blue, pink, brown and tan colored Bareges 75 do Organdy Muslin and French Launs 1000 yards beautiful Launs at 13#c; worth 35 500 do goot style Barege de Lains at 13%c. 50 pieces all pure Irish Linen, which we will sell by the piece at 31 % and 37^c per yard 6 dozen Gentlemen's French Shirt Bosoms. Gloves, Cravats, Pocket Hdks, kc.,&c COL LEY fc SEAR8, No. S98 Seventh street, may 3?eo8w 3 doors above Pa. avenue. FINE WATCHES. HAVING made a considerable addition to my stock of SOLD HUTTING FATSNT LIVI1I, and laoirs' watch as Of first quality, heavy 18 carat| cases. Also, SILVER WATCHES for boys. I offer them at greatly reduced prices. The movements are selected with great care, and every Watch is warranted. Persons in want of a fine timekeeper arc invited to examine my assortment. H- 8 EM KEN. No. 880 Pa. avenue, feetw. 9th and 10th sts. mar 30 NOTICK-?I received this day a new assort ment of SLEEVE BUTTONS and STUDS, ol I the latest styles. Also, a variety of other new ] Goods: as Vest Chains, Chatelaine, Bracelets, Pins Earrings, Rings, etc. Great inducements offered to purchasers. H. SEMKEN, No. 330 Pa. avenue, bet. 9th and loth sr. (&? A'eto Points put to Gold Pens at short tioticc, Diamonds remounted, and Jewelry made to order, mar 89?tf WAiiMHliTOS STOVE HUHDFACTPRT, 8. E. corner qf Pa. av. and Eleventh itreet, Sole Agency for CIIILSON. GOULD & CO '3 Warming and Ventilating Apparatus, M- POND h. CO.'S (ot Boston) ' Union Double-Oven Cooking fiange, J. L. MOTT'b (uf New York) INVINCIBLE DOUBLE-OVEN RANGE, Constantly on hand, and receiving LATROBE STOVES, for heating tw>i stories; Parlor and Cham her GRATES, Enamel ed and Japanned Cooking I Hall, Parlor, Chamber and Dining Room S I'OVES Plain, Tinned and Enamelled Iron HOLLOW WARE; Bloek Tin, Planished and Ja,4inned WARE | in great variety. All of which will be sold at the lowest possible rates, that will compare favorably with any Estab lishment south of New York. An examination of my stock is earnestly solicited ap 13?3m JAB SKlRVING DENTISTRY. T~\R. MUNSON respcctftiliy calls pulilic auenuor 1 ' to hia new patent, and GREATLY. IMPROVED method of setting Artificial! | Teeth, with Continuous Gum-the very PERFECTION OF THE ART. Thisstyle ofTeetl has the following advantages over all others, vir [GREAT STRENGTH. CLEANLINESS, COM FORT, and BEAUTY, vicing with Nature in thes< I respects, and in some others excelling. Public in spcction is respectfully solicited. Ploase call and I see specimens. CAUTION.?No other Dentist in the District oi Columbia has a right to make thia style of Teeth. N. B.?Teeth constitutionally healthy, plugged and warranted for life. Office and house at No. 908 E street, near the corner of Pennsylvania avenue and 14th street. ap24?tf TO THE LADIES. MISS S J. THOMPSON ia 1- ? now prepared to show our larucSMW NNPand well selected stock of MillineryW^^ which she has just opened, of the la | test styles which we are selling at the lowest prices and we cordially invite the lmiiea to call early and | have the dm selections. We would also respectfully call their attention tc | our large and hand handsome ttock of Fancy Good? Perfumery, Gloves, Hosiery, fcc,. which we can sell i at unusually low prices. HUTCHINSON St MUNBO, No. 310 Pennsylvania avenue, First door west of Walter Harper h Co.*. mar 28? REV. JOHN LANAHAN, PASTOR OF THE EXETER STREET, M. E. CHURCH.?A strong desire to benefit the afflicted induces hinj thvu to cemfy. We challenge any other medieinc to present such a mass of testimony from gentlemen &j:d ladies of high standing of our own well-known citizens, who testify of cures of COUGH, BRON | UH1TIS, RHEUMATISM, DYSPEPSIA, &c. Baltimore, January 34th, 1?55. Mejsrt. Mortimer Sf Mou-bray: I take pleasure in saying to you that I have used y >ur "Hampton's Tincture" with very great profit From a serious tiroet affection, my general health tad become very much impaired, when I com ?neii^ed to use '? Hampton*j Tincture." I found its effects upon my general health most salutary.? My nervous system ?nd di?%*tive organs soon nght | ed up under its use. 1 have several times recommended It To m> friends, and iu every case, as far as I have been in formed, they have use it with succcss. Youw truly, John Lanahan, Pawtor Of Exeter st., M. E, Church, Baltimore. BLEEDING OP~THR LUNGS. R\L>ion. N. C., Feb. 8, 1855. Ifturt. Mortimer 4' Motebra^: I do hereby certify that about twelve months age I was taken with a severe hemorrhage of the Lung' and had four ntMcksof it I was advised to try Dr Hampton's Vegetable Tincture. 1 procured oni DOiile. and after taking which, I was satisfied thai [ was much better; and that, after taking the fourtl bottle, I was entirely well, and now 1 enjoy as good health as ever I did in my life. I can, and do, with out the least hesitation, recommend the Tuicturt to allpereons afflicted iu my way. Your;, Gao. W. Weakley. CURE riTS-RBAD! .'lor: tc the Sick tfuui Gold.?From one ot the mos' Mipcctable Druggists in South Carolina. Charleston, 8. C. Sept. 31,1853. Meaers. Mortimer fc Uowiiav 'Tlie sale e your Hampton's ^Vegetable Tincture is lnlreasinj every day, and every bottle sold recommends thit valuable medicine to the afflicted. Several of oui Canters have tried it in different cases with wton ning success, and are getting It by half dozens. Ii has beep founa to be the greatest ??medy for rheu matic affections, and a wonderful cure has beer performed on a negro b.jy, suffering from Fits. J will furnish you with a number of certificates If yoi wlah them. I am, gsntieme*. yours, W. G. Trott. Call and get pamphlets gratis, and see cores ol C.>uch, Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Dys ?K'ppia, Nervousness and General Weakness. As ? female medicine or for delicate children we bvlievr it urn-quailed. Sold by MORTIMER h MOWBRAY, 140 Balti mure street, Baltimore, and 304 Broadwajr, N. Yorli Chas. Stott k Co., J. B. Moors, D. B. Clarke, Clarke &. Bowling, W. Elliot, aud II. McPiier ?oh, Washington; also, by R. S. F. Ci-skl. George town; and C. C. Berry, Alexandria, and by Drug pats everywhere. feb 31?tr AN APPEAL TOCOMMON SENSE. lrt thr sit s hear tux truth. Captain Benjamin.?Wherever known his teatl mony will be conclusive. But leet tlioee who do not know the Captain should be sceptical, Dr. Daw son fc Bro., with others of the best known and most highly rnepectablu cinsens ?f E as ton, endorse bit wonderful cure by HAMPTON'S VXMTAHLB TINOTUBI. Easton, Oct. 4,1854. Me**r* Mortimer If Mowbrtn/ : Gentlemen?I feel it my duty to yeu and the pub lie to certify to the effects of Hampton's Vegetable Tincture. I was for morrf tlian five years laborinj under a di ease of Chroaic ltiieuinatism, and the great part of that time 1 was so helpless that I had to he hel|ied from my bed and dreesed in my clothes 1 became reduced to a mere skeleton. All the nted icmes I took done me no good, and I continued M grow worse. I heard of Hampton's Tincture nnd thought 1 would give it-a trial. At this time I did not expect to live one day after another. 1 lid not take it (the Tincture) for the Rheumatism, but iu a short time I was well rtf tfiat disease. From the effects of your '1 incture and the help of God 1 am now getting in 'good health. I wish all the afflicted to try Hampton's Vegetable Tinctu.e, as 1 have done, with the same effect that it has on Your obadieut servant, Isaac BaxJAlftR. We are acquainted with Isaac Beqjamni; sold him someol Hampton's Vegetable Tincture, and be lieve the above statement correct. Dawsom k Bro. From our knowledge^!, Captain Benjamin we are confident that the abOT^tatement is true and un exagerated. J. A. Johnssm, Charles Robinson. Call and get pamphlets pratls, and see cures ? Cough, Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Neuraina, Dys pepitta, Nervousness and General Weakness. As a h-in ale medicine or for dalicata ehildien we believe it unequalled. Sold by MORTIMER k MOWBRAY, 140 Balti more street, Baltimore; fnd 304 Broadway, N. York Cias. Stott & Co., J. fi. Moors, D. B. Clarke Clarke fit Bowling, W. Elliot,and H. McPher son, Wa?hinguft ; also, by R. S. F. Cissxl, George town, and C. C. Brrrt, Alejwndria, and by Drug pau ever) where. jaa &?u / [No. IM.] . .. Notice of Restoration and Witkdravu of I Land* in, Railroad Grant* in tk* Stat* of |

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NonCS to hereby firm, that, is oom?Ua*oe with the request of the gvvernor of Arkansas, the President, by hto order bearing date the 5th of April Inst act, bu dlrreted that the leads sltmatsd In the townships hereinafter enumerated, which were heretofore withdrawn from market end r? ?erred from sale or entry, exoept f om pre wpflons, ti lying within the probable raits of the (rent fbr the Cairo aJd Fulton Railroad end it* branchee, in tte State of Arkansas, shell be restored to mar ket and that certain other lands situated In town ships named below, within the peebeble limits of the grant, according to the routes a* fixed by th? reoent acts of the fctate Legislature, shall be added to those heretofore roeerrsd from sale or entry (pre emptlcn claims ex-*pt?d) until further orders: Tborefore. are the recant lands sutj'ot to sa?e at I the eereral land effloes hereinafter nwntfcmed which were subject to prlr ate entry at the date of their withdrawal from market, and which have net been pre-empted, in the lemoning townships, will arain be subjset to private en'ry on and after Monday, the 18th day of June next, to w.t: In the d'strict of lan-ls subject to sale at Hilksa : North qf the bate Urn* and east of the fiflh principal meridian. Township 1, of ranges 3,4, 0, and 0. Township 8, ol ranges 8 and 4. Township 9, ol range 7. South qf the bate line and east of the fifth principal j meridian Townehlpa 1,3, 8, and 4 or ranys 1, 2, 8, and 4 Townships 1, 2, and 9, of range 5. Foufh qf the Vase line and west of the fifth principal \ meridian. Town- h ps 1, 2. 8, end 4, of nnje 1. Town.'hips 2, and 3, of range 2. In the district ot lands eubj xt to aais at Iami j Rocs: North of the bate line and %oesi of t\e fifth frindpa' meridian. Townships 3, and 4, cf range 17. ?TontA of the bate lins and west qf the fifth principal j meridian. Townships 2, and 8, of ranges 3 and 4. Township 3, of ranges 5 tnd 0. Town'hip 6, of range 13. la tte dlfitrfvt of lauds sabjoct to cale at Ba?b> vuxe : North (f the bate line and itteti of the fifth primipal meridian. Township 7, of ranges 1 and 2. Township 16. of range 4. Township 14 of range 5. In th distriot of lands subject to sale at WA&mxa tox: ? South of tf.e base line and west qf the fiflh principal | me riditsn. Townvhip 2, ot range 10. Township 3, of range 20. Township 5, at range 21. Tew "ships 5, ai.d 0, of range 22. Township C, of rarge 23 Townsh'p?7,16, and 17, 0' rango 74, Tawnships 8, 17, 18, 10, and 20, of range 25. Ta-sn^hlpn 18,10, and 20, of rang* 26. Townships 19 and 20 of rarge 27. Township 20, of range 28. In the distrkt of lands subject to eale at Cuaks vaiB: North of the base lint and west of the fifth principal meridian. Townships 1, 9. 3, tnd 10. of range 18. Town hips 2, 3, at>d 10, of r^nge 19. Townshipe 2 aid 3, of range 30. Township 8, cf ran^e 21. Townships 3 and 4, cf ranges 22 and 28. Townships 4 and 5,of raa;ni 24, 25, 'io, and S7. To*tghip? 4,5 and 6, of range 28 Tornnhipi b am 6, of raeges 29 and ?-0. Township 6, ol ranges 31 and 82 ALSO, That all the lands oU.uated in the kami 8ta?i In the following named towmhips, In adai ion to the lands heretofore reserved and not above restored, will be reserved from fale or cntrv (ex?".ptiog for Rre emptionn) f.r the vurpese alo?e ?pecifled until irther orders. In ths district cf laud- ?utJeot to ia!o at Patxs. ville: j| North qfthe bast line and ra? rf the fifth principa meridian. Township 10, ot range 1. North of the bese line and wst of the fifth principal I meridian. Township 8, cf range 12. Iu the district of lands eutj?:t to sale at Littlb| Hoc*: Nor h of the base line and tceet of ths fifth principal mvidiax. Town.'hip 7, of range 11. South of the base line and west qf tke fifth prinoipul j meridian. Township 9. of range 10 Township 10, of range 17. In the district cf laud suVjsot to sale at Waeu ibotoh: South qft\e bam line and vrti of the fifth principal \ meridian Townshln 13, of range 21. Township 14, of range 22. Townships 13 and li, of range 30. In the district of linds subjeot to sale a*. Chax PAG!fOLS : fvuth qf the base line and icrsi of the fifth principal | meridiem. Township 11, of rangss 18 and )&. Towasblp 12, cf range 20. Pre emptlon claimants entitled to any of the I tb've mentioned linds to be restored to market on Monday, the 18th day of June next on settlements already made, or Which may hereafter be mtde, it is admits 1 Should give notice ol their olaims, and ' file tha proofs with the land officer* before the day appointed for the restoration of the lands, eo as to protect their elalms from private entry on and after that day, and present much difficulty and delay; and claimant* ULder the act of '27th March, 1864. must file their proofs and make payment before the day of restoration, or the same will be fo feited (liven under my hand, at the General Lacd Offlm. at the city of V.asMtgton, this thirtisth day of JMril, Anno Petnini c>?ie thousand eight hundred ?a& CJtv-flTa. t> j oroer of the President s JOaif WILSON, may 3?lawSw CommL'sioner. N TaiAsrBY Dipaitmiht, March 5,1855. OTICB Id HEREBY GIVEN to the holders ot _ _ stock of !hc United Sutee deecribed in the fol lowing notice 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 of the sum proposed not yet ob tained? eay 91,158,585 05, if said stocks are offered and received here prior to the first day of June next: TaxAtcBY DErABTMEirr, January 3.1855. Notice is hereby given to the holders of the fai lowing described stocks of the United States, that this department Is prepared to purchase, at anv time between the date hereof and tne 1st day of March next, portions of those stocks, amounting in the ag gregate to $1JXK),Q00, in the manner and on the tcims hereinafter mentioned, to wit: In ease of any contingent competition, within the amount stated, preference will be given in the order of lime in which said blocks may be offered. The certificates, duly assigned to the United States bv the parties who are to receive the amount tnereof, must be trasun itted to this department; upon the receipt whereof, a price will be paid compounded of the following particulars: 1. The par valuf!,or amount specified in each cer tificate. 2. A premium cn the stock of the loan auihoriz d by the hctot July, 1840, redeemable November 12, 1856, of 2Jf per cent.; on the stock of the loan au Uiorised l>y tlie act of 1842, redeemable 31st Decem ber. 1862, of 10 per ceut.; on the Mock of the loans authorized by the acts of 1817 and 18-18, a id redoem able. the former on tli6 31st December, 1867, and the latter on the 20th June, 1868, of 16 per cent; and on the stock of the loan authorised by the act of 1850, and redeemable on the 31st of December. 1864, (commonly 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 tlement at the Treasury, with the allowance (for the money to reach the owner) of one day*a interest in addition. Payment for said stocks will be made in drafts of the Treasurer of the Uni'.ed States, on the assistant reasurer at Boston, New York, Philadelphia, as the parties aiay 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 next. JAMES GUTHRIE, mar 0?dUunel ' Secretary of the Treasury. CAXAL PACKET LIVE TO P0I1TT R0CK3 TH* Canal Packet CONGRESS having been thoroughly repaired, and put in first rate 3T% oraer, wilt commence ruuningoa MONDAY, the 30th instant, for the transportation of passengers and light freight between Georgetown and the above named point, on the most pleasins terms. The Boat will leave the wharf of W. II. Ritter for the Point of Rocks on every MONDAY, WEDNES DAY, and FRIDAY mornings, at 7 o'clock, and the Point' of Rocks for Georgetown on TUE8D4Y THURSDAY,and SATURDAYS, at the same hour, stopping at the different landings along the line for the reception and landing of passengers and freight going and returning. H - Passage through either way $2, shorter distances at the same rates. That is to say,from Georgetown to Great Palls 50 cents; Seneca 75 cento ; Edwards Ferry f 1.25 ; Manocecy $1.50. Meals served regularly on board the Boat? mod erate rates. JOHN CROMBAUGH, Proprietor, CHARLES MERRELL, . ap'ig-lm . Captain. NIW SONG. WHY DID I LOVE FALSE FLORA, words and music by W. B , of this city, and dedl cated to Inez Alifeon, the fhir Guitarist This song has a most charm ipg melody. Ju?t pub liahed and for tale by HILBU8 It HIT*. ap4 . DOCTOR HOOFLAND'S CBLBBKATSD (German BitUrs, mriio it DR. C. X. JACXBO*. Philad'a., Pa., will mmctvallt cru LITER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JACIWCB, Chronic or Mtrmwf DtbUiy, Di?mm y eft* Kidmtyt, ami mil dimtmt mrviimg from m dio trdtrmi Li/tor or AmnhL 8uch as Constipation. Inward Pile*, Flllnoss. or Blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Niu aea; Heartburn, Disgust for food, Fullnoss or weight ia the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sink ing or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swim niing of the Head, Hurned end difficult Breathing, Pluttering at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating 8ensations when In a lying Posture, Dimness at Virion, Dota of Webs before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the H?ad, Deficiency of Perspiration, X6, ** of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Cheat, Limb*, kc., Sudden Flushes of Heat Burning iaihe Flesh, Constant Ima^m Tin*" of Evil, and great depression of Spirits. HE proprietor, in calling the attention of the public to this preparation, does so with a feel ing of the utmost confidence in its virtues adap tation to the diseases for wlucfli it is recommended. It is no new and untried article, but one that has S-wd the test of a ten years' trial before the Ameri crn people, and its reputation and sale is unrivalled by any similar preparations extant. The tmimonv in its favor given by the most prominent and welf known Physician. and individuals, in all parts of the country is immense. The following from North Caiolina is respectfully suba.itt.-d, referring any who may still doubt, tomy "Memorabilia," or Trac heal Receipt Book, for Farmers and Families, to be had gratis, of all the Agents lor the German Bitters. Principal Office and Manufactory, 190 Arch st? Philadelphia, Pa. * TESTIMONY FROM NOKTH CAROLINA. Urtijkal* of Dr. W. Smiih. of Pi** HiU, Hick wond Cou*bf, N. a . Ptaa liiLL, March 4th, IBM. Da. C. M. Jackson, Philadelphia?Dear 8ir: I have been a subject of Dyspepsia, in its worst firm, tor the Ian five years. Such was my coalition firr twelve months that the physicians and all who sow me said I must die. While in this condition, I was earned to Ur' watering places in Virginia, Tennes see and North Carolina, but wa* not benefited by any water to which 1 was taken. While on my t wa211^?.ule?etoPPed a k at Rutherfordton, a ??ma I village in North Carolina, to try the effect of some Chalybeate water in that plaea. About the last of the wf*k, [ went Into a drug store to get some medicine for inr child and mysrif. There we.e several of the village phyricians m the store, and oneot them seemed to take some interest in my caso.and, after asking me some questions, said he had been a dyspeptic, and had been greatly bene fitted by the use of "Dr. HoofWrid's German Bit ters," prepared by yen, and he insisted that I would try the Bitters He also called the next day at my room, and insi.-ted so much that I would try then ?hat I a*ked 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 thau all the water and medicine I had ever taken. After reaching h*>me one of my neighbors came to me for a prescription and medicine, (he a dyspep tic,) and i gave him nearly all the Bitters I had left, which effected much good in bis case. He has eft.n called on nic for more of the same k i:d of medi cine, saying he was more benefitted by it than any ?ither he had taken, but I have not been able to get any more for him or myself si^cc; T.'l" ZJ, there iore, please shin me a dozen or more as soon'a* r** Rc^P^ouI'y yoarsi, W.SMITH, i "W* * Slor*. Wake Co., N. C., >rtober 21.1853, says:?** Having experienced very great benefit from the use of "floofland'a Germ in Bitters, m Chronic Dysentery and functional de rangement of the Liver, and its concomitant evils, i am desirous bf obtaining a quantity of it for the benefit of my community. You will, therefore, please send a lot, kc. kc. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J. AT WOOD. tu*7^L?' YADD" Co ?*? c >Nov- l?t, 1853. _ ' Jackson?D^ar f?ir: Allow mc to fi press to you my sincere thanks for your discovery of a medicine which, to say the least of it, has ef fected a cure that all other medicines, that I havo -aken, have entirely failed to do. "Hoofland's Ger man Bitters" have eurod me of the m<*a stubborn and sgxravated case of the riLas that, perhaps, ever fell te the lot of man. My case is not a stranger in tf.L? community, as I am well known in this and th" mrrounding counties, and can truly sav that my re covery has astoundetl all my friends and relations, as I had tried everything reoommended, and nothins did me any good until I was prevailed upon to try the Bitters. You are at liberty to make any use of this communication, for the benefit of the afflicted you may think proper. Truly yours. ' WM. j. AT WOOD. ?<T t*g*af>U, they Invigorate prostrate It, snd can be used for infanu as well as adults. hJyrifni>^*rf?fc.?ble dea,ers everywhere, ami byZ. D. OILMAN, Washington; J. L. kiDW^LL, Georgetown; and J. R. PJERPONT, Alexandria, roar 1?lv GARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. T!?n Groat Parlfltr of th? Blood I Hot a Particle of Karcuiy In It An Ihsilubu Rikei for Scrofula. K9h^a Erll. uoeumatise, Costinate Cutaneouc Eruption*, IW.es or Pustules on the f*cN Blotches BoiT; yhronicBore Syes, Kin* Worm or Tetter, B all Head, Pnlargenient and Pain of the Bonea and Jo.nts, Stubborn Uloers, Syphilitic Disorder, Luabago, 8pin?l Oompla'nts, and ali the dir-^s anaog from an injulicsous use of Msrcurv, Im ia U**?Pr Impurity of the Bleed. which ht? beoc-m# cle. brated for the nutrbsr of ?*tPaordinary cure*, urected through its ageuoy, has induced tiis i r?rr? *ort, at the urgent request cf their friends, to offer it to the public, which they do with the utmost one. Addnoe m ita virta*e abd wtnaerful curatire prop srti ? Ths lb!tewia? certificates, (elected from a large number, are, however, stronger tesdmoor wan the mere word of the proprietors; sad are all i?J? gentlemen well known la th'ir looaljties, kD i t)f the highest rarpeoubillty, many of Ji-m r^'din, in the city of Aiehmoed. \ a. F.BOYDEN, *hi? cf the Exchange Hotel, Riah ?ord, known everywhere say* he has Men ?Le Medk leine called CAaria's gpanai: Mixttm, administered sn over a hundred ?gee, ia nearly ali the diseases for which it Li re=ommenied, with the mmt aston SSf^TL^1*11 Hl* "7" " themortsx vftiiiliDAry ictlicin# b? hn mr pup^ fi?VfiB~""aMAT CURB.?I hereby mat for three years I had Aim- m>d vmWJT I had several ihj aM?ns, took lsrje gusatlues of Guin?n? w I aLfth, T.-aic a^SSTutalfStT At ^ 1 trtM Carter's ^f*1 ^ feattles of ah'cil effectually 1 ^ barpy to say I hare had neither l^ thu iori? 8f,^' r 0CIV,id?r 11 bMtTcuic ^ Lh?t ever w~*d?i ?aea. 3GUH LQIiGCXN Va. ' and for many years In the Post okw h? -,2 eonSdrooe in the r>t; nishinj; efficacy of Garter's boUJes^wl'iah^ h11 V L**^ca^ht upwards of ie f v**1 B'Ter e*eJLto tho afflicted.? s^x,t.hs^ssi;"*,u wi^iaing. Ha aaya ia a cue of Consuttpdon, &l SSS iidid? 1TWr> 1500(1 *fcais WQM wcn* D,RIKKBR. of the am of Drinker k ^ CCrtd cured of Liver Ocm plaint of tti>ee yaars standing, by the use of two oottlee of Carter's 3panuh Mixture ?* ScaO'CLA^The Editors of pal'u~-Ii ^ ? servant employed ?*.a, carod of violent Ecrof^oJa BMaaisuiaaj, which entirely disabled him from work. Iwo bottlas of Carte/s A^n " g-dttto ?? JST 5 fcTILL ANOTHER CUES OF 8GRQE,"T.a t? ? ce aa*CU ?? "AM 5TAMW>a SS j?J" ^t, . Tbompsou is a well b 17 " tSOimcaU ui hi. ?pm>ia 3S?is 7! Slu'SS 10WIN BURTON, aonnntssfoner c4 the rtveaue, says he has seen the good effects of Carter's Ppamisfc Mixtve in a number of Syphilitic eases, and says it la a perfect sure ft r that horrible disease. WM. ?. HAS WOOD, af Richmond, cared of old Bores aal Uleers, which disabled him frem walking. Took a few bottles of OarUr'a Spanish Mixture, and wm eaahted to walk without a oxatch,ia a chort ttme MtmanaBtly cured. principal Depots at M. WARD, CLOSE ft OoH No. M ** ?i(Wn Lan? Now York. T. W. DYOTT k 8058, Mo. 183 North Seeocd at, Philadelphia. BENinnn * BUSS, No. m Mafai street, Blah momL Ta ? And for aale by CHARLES 8T0TT, Washington, D. 0; HENRY PEEL, Alaaandria, and by Druggists "SC $1 per bottle, or six bottles for ffe ' ?ep<Wlv TkJTEMpiRB OF THE COUNTESS OF BLEri St ^ TRAVELERS' r I RECTORY. WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. change op Horta. AN and after Monday, the 83d instaut, Ike iratna \J will Leave Washington at 0 and 8^ a. m., and 3 aad 4# pai (>n Sunday at 6 a n and 4U p m Leave Baltimore at 4jtf aad fejf a m, aad 9 aad i*P? On Sunday a! 4% and iK p m. ap S3- tf T. H. PARSONS, Mott Bedell's Una. ^ SEW YORK, JILP.XJISDfUJI. WJtSHItTOTOM OTF, JISD DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA P J& CKFTTS. >T?HI8 LINE OP PACKETS'SAILS WEEKLY 1 ftooi pier 14 East River. New York, and oAenev ifnecessary,and are composed of tbefollowing lest -laM tcs.*^ !s: New achr. JS. V. Bedell, B?-delL maatrr. New achr. Mott R~UU, A. V. Tr?dwetl. Sclir. jinn D., Win. Oliver, master. 8clv. rdent, L. A. Smith, master. Schr. Commander i*-Chief, VVofJun, bi Schr. Orueruray, Wilson, master. These vessrts are all faet sailers, and tbe l_ men of experience in th?* trade, aad tbe only regu ?ar line of Washington City park eta. MOTT BEDELL, Wall street, H. T. 8. 8. MA8TEB8 A SONS, Alexandria, Ya. THOMAS RTLEY, ffeb 1?flm V. ashutjtnn and D. C. ORABGZ AMD ALEXANDRIA BAHJLOAD. On and afltr Tuesday, Mw. THE Car* leave Alexandria daily tor villa and iate*-xK?OJnte ?tfctk>ns at 7If o'atoafc, a D., on tb* uriTti ol tbe boat from Wuktaftw, firing ample lim* for breakfsst on board- Co? nesting at Manassas J unetleu with a train tor Otiaa *rarft? at Werrsnton Junction with a train foe War ronton, end at Oordrnsvill* with the tratna an the Virginia Centrel HaPrjwd f>r Kichinoed, Chario Usa ble, and gtannton. The oars leava fiterdctsnrflle dajly for Alexandria and Ictsnnndiats ft**1on?, at ^before IS, a. m*, on tbe arrivtl of the t-fclrs oi tbe Virginia Central rail reti from Richmond, Cbwlott>-fnrflle, aad Staunton. THROUGH TICCETS. Proa Alexandria to Warre'ittm...?.. fS f4 " - flcrdoairlU* I 10 ? - Char'ottea Title 4 2ft * " Kuacl^a I M ? " Btraaburg..... ? 8 ?0 * ? l^ynchbtiTf8 71 * ? W!r-ba?ter.-..? 60 ? ? I tin t - 4 SS ? * New Market ft M - ? MMdietKura S 26 Por I.yrehbutg, '? cnecJr* with the (tag** at .?^hari^ttstTiile, o^ M*. r.' Jtfeday*, and IrV Tor Luray and Nsw orntsecttag with the e ages at Ca!peper, oc Tuesdays,Thursdays, aad Saft "rdar for Whsrh?eter dally, connecting with the ita^a at PisJrcont Pcr 'ildLeburg idly, ccznecting with the atagaa ttr I laics. Per order: V? B. BEOCSETT, Agent. **cj ",?dtf FOB MOUNT VERNON. Ob TUKSDAY8 and FELDATBk Far* round trip $1; frcm Alaz \odr!a 7ft centa -the THOMA8 OOLLYBR learaa 7Taehinf(ton at 9 and Alaxanlrta at 8^4 o'olock. CeadtM leave tbe Oapitol for tae boat at t|f o'olh. Cosch fere 10 eecte. IVrprn* viAbin^ tbe Coacbea will leare their raA dense witb (too. k Tboe. Parker. He?r*b*?er}(* en the boat. Oct *8?dtf SAM*L CEDWWY. r^l VHiC SEW VORK * LlVkUPOOL UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. Tee euuss ooy.?hisinQ tqib link TUB? ATLANTTO, Oaot Wort. PAC1P1C. Oar-t Nye, BALTIC. Capt. Oomatock, ADKIAT1C, Capt Orattom. Th*ee ahlpa have been built by eontraet, expreeg ly for Government art fire; every nre bae baen taken in their oonitruutinn, u in tb? Ebfhoea to inrnra fctrcngth acd epeal, and their aooomaaoda* tion* (br panaenge'-a air oneqoailed for elegarca and ociEt)rt. Price of paemg* from New York to Liverpool, la Cal cabin 4190 ? ^ocod Cabin *70 Zxdarive ni* of extra r,?* state roeo*............ KM Prom Liverpool to N?w York ?30 and ?M. An experienced cordon attaofced to eaoh ehlp? No berth can t ? cnear?d until paid for. If or freigbi or r<Maa?e apply to EBWAftB K. COLLINS A 00., M W*J1 afreet. New York. bbow:;, EinpLSf a oo, liwmoL E. a. R0PEBT8 k CO.. IS Kiu(f*n Ami Yard, London. JOHN MUKBOB k OO, 20 Rae Notr- Dao>? d?e Tl toir?a, Paria. GEO U DBAPBK, Havre. TLe cvner- of: b^e ; blp^ will not b* aoecnntable for gold, Mlvw, kollicn, ppecie. Jewelry, preciona atonic or metals, ant^ea bllleaf lading are i ~ !be??rfr>r, a&3 iba valii- thereof tbrrain expreaaed. - r!i-< Private Medical Treaties OH TO! PHYSIOLOGICAL VIEW 07 MACEUGB, BV SS. D. LA CliOIX, H. D,? AL&ANf, X P. ?ilO Pas<? and ISO Fire Plain uid Colored U&v grapl;.- and Plat* ??*- Prlaa only SB Ccnte IBS rent lrm of poatage to all partf of th^ Colon CHBAPBST BOOK SYKB PUKLLSh ED, rrd roetainiag nearly double the quantity of reeling mat^at in that of tbe i'umr cx.NTs ob dollae FUBUCATI0H8. It trsalh en thm PaYSlOLO GY Oif VABBIAGE. an1 tbe secret iaflnnitieaand dieorder of youth aad maturity, re euiUng from azoeteee, which destroy the phyaical aad men tal powera, wl.h ' Wrrationa 9n carriage, its dutJo* rt*d d^ralH!nations, and their remedi^e; with lithograph*-, l!lo?trating the ^natomv a:-d nbya-'olcgy, an?l d>?atee of tba reprv iactive orgws ci both e*iee, tte^ ?tinotora, naea I ad faction*. A povalar ard eoe, r?.b?ndve tree ? t, on the datlea asd caao*'%* . f ..ogle and mar ricl ii/e?happy and f-witiu' aJ<l?uv. mod* cf ee sarins tbtsa? 5 '?dZ.' Inftftfle one*?their ?bTlifidB and Unit to tbc?a sontexnplating metticray> V'??t will overeome eb teociouri to it; nnn^. bwevoi. ebould take thia im portant e'.ep Wf?;.?st Crat ocafui^r.^ Ita pagea? > tBGioatarun oa u-c ulwaere ar.d meiical treaocanl ?i :>?a-!;?e trc.iu !r _,ucy to eld aca, eeeb caaa rrapb ically C1astr*tc4 l<y Vesatiful llthcg L'c platee? nervoas deiiilitr, l(s ainMf end eure, aj a praoare at ce.2t eo aim fie, mi# and effeotoal. tout Uilora If trfepoa*>ble?rnlec for dally managnnent?an eaaay tn Spormatr-rrbeaa with practioaJ cieer'-tiona oo a fafor, aad more eu<vmafol tcude of U^atAcn^pre wt Jorxrr hint: ok the evlie roan-ting from a=:?iri? &*i pr^ctka?an eaaay ca a^l dirca??.- arfdn^ ."ua li2i-ijratk>n, with plain and a*m^? rolea by v hiah all persona can core tbtSJieires without merecry? rsinedl-w S. r tLc*e self inflieted miaurim and diaap pc-lnted br-pee do unfortunately prevalent la the young. It ia a truthful adviser to tba luarrted aad Lbo&e ccateaplatlng marria^<i. lis peroMil la par tSruiarlj :ecomBended to wjwoi entertaluScg aa ?et dwatU of tboir nbyoi^u ccr^ditks, and who an vr.ss-c'oa of ban^c nuanled tha fc?!'L, bappicM and pnrileMr to ?hi?h every bna.fcti t^U.j if? < titled ia. Prior Si je^t/ par copy, or fi#a ooplej fc. cna dol lar. Mill- ', afb of poeta^e to try part of Um "at tad States. N. B.?Yho6e who prefer may consulil)rUOaax Bpon any uf tbedlseeaee upca which his book Uaau either personAlly or by tielL Mrdieine nest to aa# put of tea lun according to dlrectk J, aalsly packed ana carefully secured fron aU c inerv?tioa. _ Addrer. Dr. M. B. LA C&OIX, X?- Zl taiden Leas | cr Post 0f8r? Box 6T9, Albany, N. Y. S3!r OCtca onea daily from t) a m to f p m, aad oa Sanday from 3 until 5 p ra. J6tf- OSice lietxowed Cera No. M Beavex** toll Ealdaa Laaa, Albany, U. I. 4*o T _ FOR POOR AND LABORING MEN ~ MALL BUILDING LOTS of 10 feet er mon,? _ various parta ol tbe City, and Gwfretewa,* law piloee, and terms to ault.' LLOYD k 00 I s ? VIuUISO ITOSEi lor aale, deliverable at the Canal, or Wharf* Washington, Georgetown, or Alexandria. LLOYD k (XL BAIKIH6 E0U8X 07 PAIE0 ft BOUBtt Opprmitt United State* Hiawry- . BONDS, Stocks and other aeewmn f**1 and sold. maj Interest at the rate of six per ecntaar aaam" lowed on deposits when left lor St dsye at l*r" jaa S4?6m AMPBELL'S DICTIONARY of ence; Cavalry, iu History and Tactics *J 'rT X tain Nokm oa tbe Training of Oevalry Ilors**, ?w w ulations for Ytomenry Cavalry. _. an 36 PfUNCK TAYLOR. L? ??? raiHE RA(1 BAO, by W. B. Witlu 'JL Feurbacb^ Egseflce of Chrietlanlty p'jT^ TATWi. ?P