Newspaper of Evening Star, May 15, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated May 15, 1855 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. COLFKSIA'8 SHIP OF ETATS. s.ul on! Mil on.' Ummi gallant bark, Thouzb tempests 'round the wing, Sail on ! and ?kim the hiilow*' foartl? An eagle oo the wing! The storm.- of envy, let them rag* Around thy curving side, They whaJI not rend thy stalwart make. Proad beauty, of the Ude ! The miring blast may fiercely ppring Along the mountain wave, The wave of hat- may lash thy mast As though it were a slave ! But let them gorre their clashing might To Ury'a utmost fill - Thy sister prows shall ride one o'er, And bo'K bend to their will' The lightning'? bolt mav sweep along The curtains of the sky, Hut they who man thy buiwark strong, Shall steal it from on high! The vulgar 'scam that gurgles out The ovean of th? crowd, 'lay vpread thy wake with luring snares, To stitch a wat'ry shroud ! Heed. heed th* m not, thy plunging k<el Shall brush then) firom the path, As tbou shalt beat with thunder back Pale victims of thy wrath ! Leap lightly o'er the liquid blu-j, Yet steer from siren t rime, Then, then thy aaila shall .trctclr bev?n?] The sheets of cv'ry clime! On! on! fair bnrk ; a ration hail? Th? sp'endor of thy sway O'er wain and skies ; o'crla;>d and breeze, ? weet daughter of the spray I NrTKmvR Qdalitibs of Milk.?In the Medical Convention lately in session in Philadelphia, Dr. N. S. Davis, cf Chicago, Illinois, presented a report on the nutritive qualities of milk, and also on the question whether there is not some mode by which the nutritive con stitucnts of milk can be preserved in their punty and sweetness, and furnished to the inhabitants of cities in such quanti ties as to supersede the present detective and often unwholesome mode ol supply, the report says that when the railroads were opened into the interior of the coun try, it was said that milk would be fur nished to residents or cities in the purity that it was found on the farms, but a sufficient time had elapsed to demonstrate la. such is not the case. The convey ance ol the milk from the farm to the cars, the transit on the railway, and the time lost in its delivery throughout the city, it was clearly shown, hud tiie elfcct of making it unfit for the nourishment ot a child. During the last halt c ntury experiments had been made with a view ol preserving milk in its pure state, yet it was but recently that a discovery had been made by a gentleman in New York which was to evaporate the water and mix with while sugar, which rendered it what is termed solidified milk. In his practice he had used this improved milk for the nourishment ol* infants with th? most gratifying result, and after having kej?' it for three months, and h; knew of iIs having beea liept for twelve months without any injury to its qualities. Unparalslled Meanness ?The Cor poration of Montreal invited Sir Edmund Walker Head, Governor General, to visit tu&t city at the opening of the exhibition preparatory to sending to the Paris Ex hibition. They engaged rooms for him at the Donnegana House, and refused to pay the bill. Madame S. Julien, the landlady has accordingly sued Sir Ed mund for the amount. iL/ Frank," said an affectionate lady the other day to a promising young Amer ican, "if you don't stop smoking and rwadmg no much, you will get so after while that you wont care anything about work." ''Mother, replied young hope ful, leisurely removing a very long cigar, and turning another leaf of Barnum, "I've got so now." ID5*44 Bridget!" 44 Marm I" 44 Come?have you those nuts cracked yet ?" 44 Marm-they ain't only half cracked, and my tathe are a'most out ol my head a ready." MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMKKS. Aa:ne. Learc For Da-.*. Literpo&l... New York.. M iy 5 y*1"*1 Havre Xtw York.. May 9 Airica....... iio,t'>a Liverpool... May 9 America..- Lirpooi.... Boston . .May 12 42^; *ew *l,rk- -''ivcrpoH ...May 15 >jflh ^tar.........?Havre ?..N*w Vork..May 19 0&- rt?c California ??ia:r.-rs leave New Vork en ?he 5tb s?.; 20th of each wcum. ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS. UrOirNS' ISoUl?T. T. K t?- Bsawi, ? u |!|0W M Mrs E Va i !* lv Ml-8 Md J Charlotte, NY WJ Brown, do Llr l?, A Brown, do Mrs Wibiiir Jk daughter, W B Grav?*, uo . ? W |i Morrison, ja Va J II llentx, Md J deeper. Mas* J Lewis & lady, NY S Mixn Sleeper, do K Guilt* U) Tex Mies Met' alf, Md " w n * V Dnniel, lady, 2 chil L Cnltreth, Pa dren fe servant. Va a A Vanermak* r; do T Bradford, Ala C P i.laiki', Md L O liiitehin^.i!!, Pa J B*it r a lady, Va J fi rlanr r. NY Mr* Baldwin achildrtu, H Icgiaham, do -*?* Or J N Bullingt'jr. & two D ? Travfrs n-ters, Ind J R Sco?, Ky National tlotal?- 2 d. wnuifi J G Simmon-, Md j E Howell, Mi J H.'rriff, do f>r Miner k fainily, Pa u EwZs 1*1 11 V Turto" & R H Hood, Ma Md n H Allen, Va Pol ^mitb. do J P W iHiataecn, NY P Bougct, NY G P llarri-?on. bi; .1 H Coates, do E H A'vo.d. ltd J R Tri'tip,Ga J Rid* r, NY J W Robbing, M<l A H Pr:ce, Md Mrs H Laekett, do Mr Ahretrd,do J U Sandtord, NY G W ter.-cn, La II O misett, Va E W 8t*mmi.i??. do Wlllirl.' Itctt! a. a. a 1. c. wii.iiit J R Sbarpatun. Wis G T Mas ev, I)C T Peartall, NY R Kcmble, Pa L Cadwell, do ^ V ? VValt.?n. do T Cochran, Pa T K Dawi on, I1 J5 Ens B ^al'a^her, Hex ?J Clrmton, jr, Md S VV Waterbury. NY J J Johnson & daujiittr, P B> irne a lady, Va . i;,. . , M W P Foulke a lady, Pa J M futoh Mi-s p Trieoa, 3 lad^ iser wPKkou,Md Abu, La jk! " t 11 KUkVncd R??M-j. U. a A. KIKKWOOO. W Rar<th a ft?, w<? q p Halk>? V < M * Low- ?,.Md jJr Mercer' U W KriJer % lady, NY w A pSw 1 T Thc^n, Md j H k'rt Va Capt Dexter, O A I Wt>h?iror 3 ? Va L'ntt?d 5UU? aoul-s.c,l4(MlT M M Rickey, DC J II Rra.lley. |nd 3 C Wynan, III lioweiw, Ubn A P Falmouth, Va A Gibson, do E Young, jr L L Taylor, Va Krviloi. IJnuss. Alexandria, Va. A SIWTOll. ?!t?.*a!XTOR. J P Dulauey and servant, T C Beverley a servant, Va Va C Wibon, DC Mr lluaajnj, DC E tViih?rs a fneiul. Va W II Mitchell, M.l Dr R C Ambler, do 1 ?r H D Kenu dy, d?> E C Marshali. U?? J i? Line, Va Mast Barber, do J P Stiickler, do I' B How. Ma?? F M Yiuc* a ladv, Pa J M Htandihb, Mt.' C B Roacrk, do J R 1 aylor, NY J J llunton, Va MORE AUCTION BARGAINS. JUST seeteived at HALL'S Gr??at Cheap Cash Store, the following auction bargains, which ran be sold ?t about one half the co*?t ?f importa Vion : Ladies1 fina Iloac, emb'd with eilh. 18 cU, worth 37 cents Ladies and Gentlemen'.Silk Qlovrs, 12 eta., worth 37 cents Ladies', Gentlemen's and Miaee*' cctton Gloi only 4 cents Cotton !Io?e and Half Hosa 6? Swiss Ia-ering 4c Fr.e high Linen 25c Handkerchiefs 1c 20 yds. Calico for $1 Pine Dr Bagos, 12c worth to {6,000yds fine Calico, warranted fast color?, et 8":, worth Ifc per yard f, Yard wide Cotton 5c Yard wide Lawns only 6c, worth 12c Fine French Lawns, warranted fast colon, 19c, worth 25c 12 dozen more of those fine Linan Shirt Eo-oins at 25c worth 50c Fine linen Shirt Collars 10c UndershirU only 25c, worth Wc Linen Towel? 6c Bleached Sheeting only 10c, worth lijfe Sp xil Cotton 12o per do* Ladies' French Corset* 1 37 A complete assortment of Flouncing*, Swiss and Cambric Edgings and Collars, extra cheap Very good Chemisette 18c Undersleeves only 6c Ladies fine Grass Skirts very cheap Bonnets, Hats Flats and Parasols at extremely low prices Boots and Shoes?Iu th-s line I have grot bar gains to off-n t La-lies'Half Gaiters only 75 cts Very fine Wack Gaiters only $1, worth $1 50 Ladies' S'ippers 37c Children's Shoes 25c Misses' Gaiters 62;* Gents' Slippers, 50c Gents' Congress Gaitrrs j?1 87, worth ?3 Gents and Boys* Lasting Shoes, Orfon! Tin and F?.ncv Shoes in great variety. I wou.d inviie the whole nurch.iMng community to call and tike a look through iny stock before ma' ipg their purchases, as I feel confident they will be suiiedJwnh in goods and prices, and save at least ten per cent. I?. B. HALL, No. 373 North Seventh strert, fourth house a ho v. I st. All goods adrertis-ed wili ba foOnd in store, may 5?ec6t ^COTCIl ALV, LONDON BRO. STOUT,) The subscriber offers for sale ? 10*) casks Scotch Ale, Minns, Tennanis, Falkirk's and Yun^er's 500 <'o Loudon Brown Stout, Barclay, Perkins 8c Co's, Hibtitt's and Bya?s' lOOu hoses Champagne Cider ALSO? Now landing Ex. Schooner Jose an i Maria, from Oporto, Queen's Port and London Por. barrels pr.re jticc. Dry and o?d fashioned Port Wines imparted in casks cf 10 gallons under bond to b.; sold from the custom ben < st nvs For >a'e hy VVM. E. ALLEN. 31 Burling Slip, New York, W. Y. may 3?ta^-4'.v " (Organ) BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS. r opened, and now ready for inspector ?VAi.L'S Boot, Shoe and Trunk Em Jf.^T opened, and now ready fo^ inspection, ??. D. poriua spring and summer sloc? of BOOTS, SHOES' and TRUNKS, among which are? Ladies' morocco, kid and lasting Gaiteie Boots, Slippers, Ties and Buskins Mites' do do Children's Shoes iu grt at variety Gentlemen's patent leather and catf skin Booi? rnd Shoes, Congres- Gaiter?, Pumps-, Sic. Boys' aid youths' do W'i h ail the most approved an.! fashionable: tyles of Shoes manufactured, all of which will he sold at exceedingly low pric.-s. In addition to tr.e above an extensive assortment of Trunks, Carpet Bass V.discs, and Satchels, v^ry cheap. A call i? solicited Irom ail who are in want rf | -reat bargains, aa 1 am determined to sell a? chi ao as the cheapest. U- R. WALL. No 3# opposite Centre Markrt, ap 25?e?3w i-etween 7th and 8th sty L. jr. 5IIDBLKT03, DEALER IN ICE, Ofiirt and DfyC-t south *itU: F, nejrf to corner Vjih if. ICE KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND AT THE OFF1CK, which cau be had iu large or small quantities. ia>- '?ffi :e open from 5 rt m ;a ?J p m, in 1?':o2m For sale?a very fine saddle and Buggy HORSE. The hoise is younq, Cy gentle and sound, and of fine stock ; would make ciui r a very line carriage horse,'or a very plea-ant riding horse. Also, for sale an excellent work horse, per fee ty sound. Apply to No 43 Dunbarton st, Georset'n. mar I?lawtf WASHINGTON AQUEDUCT. OrncE Washington Aq sdhct, \ Washington, March 7, 1855. / PROl'OSA'.S arc mvi..:d for graduation, stone and brick masonry, dam?, tuunclS; and other works <d" the Washington Aqueduct. Proposals received up to the 8th of May will be opened at noon of that day. Maps, profiles, and cj ccificntions of the work will bu ready for examination on an.i after the 20th day ol April neit. Proposals will be received fur the work of particu lar culverts,? ridges, &c., as described in the ;>Jans and "pacifications. Portions only of some of th? works can be com pleted under the present appropriation, but til tin contracts for unfinished work will be subject to fu ture appropriations by Congress. The Engineer re serves the rislit to prescribe the amount of work t? b" done ar<l rate of progress under such contract for each appropriation, arid, in case of the appro priation r.ot holding oat sufficiently, to decide when and what works shill be stopped until funds becom'.* available. In case of the entire stoppage of any particular work for want ot funds, the reseived ten per cent, will be paid, if, in thr judgment of the Engineer, the work h?.a been properly executed so far as it has gone. Payments will be made in specie checks upon the United Stat** Treasury, upon the monthly estimates of the Engineer, reserving 10 per cent.; arid it will be a condition of nil contracts that the workmen tliall bs nsi i their full wages monthly and in speci*-. A.I bids sir:uId be sealed and endorsed " Propo sals for work on the Washington Aqueduct." The United States reserves the right to reject any or all the bids should they not be deemed advan tageous, and to make such arrangements a< n.ay be considered most couducivo to the progress ol the work. Every oflfcr inu.-t be accompanied by a written guarantee, signed by wieor more responsible pt r soB'?, to the effect that he or they undertake that the bidder or bidders will, if his or their bid be accepted, enter into an obligation, within ten days, with good and sufficient sureties, tor the completion ofthe work I undertaken; said guarantee to be accompanied by rthe certificate of the United States district Judge, United States district attorney, uavy agent, or some officer of the Ccncral Government or individual known to ttie Engineer or Department of War, that Uie gu^rantDriMre able to make good their guaruiitee. Bids will be opened in presence of bidders if any ot them choose to be present. F'jrm of Ouarantm. To Cnpt. M. C Meigs, U. 8. Rntpaeer* . We, the undersigned, residents of ? ,... State of , hereby, jointly tad seTeraJIv, cove nant with the United Slates and guaranty! in case the foregoing bid of be accepted, that he or they will, wi'hin ten da.s after the acceptance ol f?ld bid, (.xecute a contract for the came, with ^totl and sufficient stpeiies, to (kerlorm the work or furnish the articles proposed, in c<)ufomity to the terms ot the advertisement under which it was made; and. in case the taid should fail to enter into contract as aforesaid, we guaranty to make g.?-)d the difference between the offer by the S lid and the next lowest bidder. A. H. C II.' I hereby certify that, to the best of my knowtedg and belief, the a hove named RUaraRtors are g.jd and snfflcfent. y F M. C. MEIGS, captain of Engineers in Charg.;. mar 7?eotMaygfcwtf CARRIAGES?CARRIAGES. ~ I!'AVE now on hand, nnd constantly finishou', a very largi: is* <rtment of Pleasure and( Family CARRIAGES, of the latest fash ] ions, which I will sell as low as the sarn*' quality ol work can he sold in any of the principal markets of I the Umted States. The subscriber is row dealing exclusively in Car riages ot hi- own manufacture, and all work sold by hiui wili be warranted, and compare favorably with auy work in this market. As I always keep a large asftormcnt, I invite purchaser and others to ex amine my stock befbre purchasing elsewhere. Carriages built to order. Uld Carriages taken in exchang-, or repaired at the shortest notice. THOMAS YOUNG, Sign of the Golden Horse, Mo 409 Pa. avenue and 4)j street, may 1?eo3m SUPERIOR MATTINGS. JLST received an J on sale, 100 rolls 4-4, 5 4, ami extra quality Gowqua, Folking> Heeyune. and 1 Chorjpihing MATTINGS, in white, red, checked, and fancy patterns and colors. Tliwst gwds ar? warranted good. Some are ex Uu heavy, and, w;th our former supplv, make up the he>t stot k of Mattings in town, all of which will be sold ou the rim reasonable t? rnis ap.10- e?;2w GLAGETT. DODgON ^ CO. Tmie rai; kaA, by N. p. Willis n urMcli s t of Clirintittnity CuwmingN Family Prayers, 2 vols FRANCK TAYLOR FINK WATCHES. * HAVING made a considerable addition to my stock of OOLD HVSTIKy FATRNT LEVERS, , and la oils' watchis Of first quality, heavy 18 ca.atj cnscsr Also, SILVER WATCHES for boys. I oner them at greatly reduced prices. The movements arc selected with great care, ao<1 tvury Watch is tvarranted. Persons m want of a fin* timekeeper are invited to examine my assortment. H S CM KEN. No. S80 Pa. avenue, betw. 9th end 10th sU. mar 30 NOTICK.?I received this day a new assort ment of SLEEVE BUTTONS and STUDS, of the latest styles. Also, a variety of other new Goods: as Vest Chains, Chatciains, Bracelets, Pins Earring*, Rings, etc. Great inducements off*red to purchasers. H. SEMKEN, No. 330 Pa. avenue, bet. 9th and 10U? st\ (fcj- Neit Point? put to Gold IVns at fhort no'ice. Diamonds remounted, and Jewelry made to order, mar 29?tf WiSHIHUTOH STOTK MMBFArTfRF, S. R. rorner of Pa. av. and ElevtntA street, Sole Agency for * CHIL80N, GOULD k CO.'S Warming and Ventilating Apparatus, M POND & CO.'8 (of Boston) Union Doublc-Ovcn rooking fiange, J L. MOTT'S (of New York) INViNCiBlE DOUBLE-OVEN RANGE. Constantly on hand, and receiving LATROFE STOVES, for heating tw ? stories; Parlor and Cham ber GR VIES, Enamel ed and Japanned Cooking, Hall, Parlor, Chamber and Diruns; Room S < OVF,S; Plain, Tinned and Enamelled Iron HOLLOW WARE; BloeSt Tin, Planished and Ja,.anned WARE in great variety. All of which will be sold at the lowest j ;?ssible rates, that will compare favorably wit!i any Estab lishment south of New York. An examination of my stock isearn^stly solicited, ap 13-3m JAS SKIRVING DENTISTRY. DR. MUNSON respectfully calls public attention to Ins new, patent, and GREATLY , IMPROVED method o{ setting Artificial( Teeth, wiih Continuous Gum?the very PERFEC riON OF THE ART. This style oi Tcbth bus the fallowing advantage;; over all others, viz : GREAT STRENGTH, CLEANLINESS, COM FORT, and BEAUTY, vieing with Nature in these respects, and in some others excelling. Public in spection is respectfully solicited. Please call and see specimens. CAITTION.?N<? ether Dentist in the District of Columbia had a right to make this style of Teeth. N. B.?'Terth constitutionally healthy, plugged and warranted for life. Office and hou-sc ai No. 298 Estreet, near the corner of Pennsylvania avenue and 14th street, ap 24?tf TO THE LADIES. MISS S J. THOMPSON lis now prepared to show our !r?,vr I r.nd well select'd stock >f Millinery' 'which she has just opened, of the la test style" which we are selling r.t the lowest prices, and we cordially invite the ladies to call early and have the first selections. We W"uld also respectfully call then attention to our large and hand h mdsoaie stock of Fae^y Good* Perfumery, Gloves, Hosiery, fltc,. which we can sell at unusually low prices. HUTCHINSON * MUNKO, No. 310 Pennsylvania avenue, Fir-i door west of Wall .r Harper & Co.'s. iu.tr 28 ? PAINT AND OIL STOKE. , 91. T f'AHKElt, HOUSE. SI3N ft 0R34MEGIAL PAIRIEB. TOUIS1ANA a'.caue, between Sixth and Sev j entii streets. No. <10. Residence No. 330 C Btn.et, between Sixth and Seventh has add.-d to his present business the sals of PAINTS, OILS, GLASS :md PUTTY, in small or large quantities. Tise att ntion nC bouseseepers is particularly cnllcd to tiie convenience of tins arrangement r.s they can at r.ll times procure HEARTH and other MIXED PAINTS, ofjjl colors, made ready for use by a PRACTICAL PAINTER. Orders promptly attended to and respectfully so hcited. CHEAP FOR CASH. may 2?l:n Rev. john lanaiian, pastor of the EXETER STREET, M. E. CHURCH.?A strong desire to benefit tlie afflicted indoce? turn thuj to ccnfy. We chsJ'enge any other niedicino to present ???ch a mass of tesiimony from gentlemen and ladies of high standing of our own well-known citizens, who testify of cures of COUGH, BhAN CH1TIS, FHEUMATISM. DYSPEPSIAi he. Baltimors, Janua?y 21th, 1855. Messrs. Mortimer <V Olowbrdy: I tak"! pleasure in saying to you that I have used > -ur?-Hampton's Tincture" Willi very great profit. From a serous t.iroat affection, my general health had become very much impaired, when I com .nenced to use * Hampton's Tincture." I fiutid its effects upon my general health moat salutary.? My nervous system and digestive oruans soon right ed up under .to use. I have several times recommended it to my friends, and in every caw, as far as 1 have been in formed, they have use it with success. * v Yours trely, Jon* I.anahan, Pastor Of Exeter s!., M. E. Church, Baltimore. BLEEDING OP~TIIE LUNGS. Raleigh, N. C., Feb. 8, 1855. 31cu,i. Mortimer \ Mowbray: I do here >y certify that about twelve months ago I was taken with a severe hemorrhage of the Lungs and hatLfour attacks of it I was advised to try Dr. Hampton's Vegetable Tincture I procured one bottle, and after taking which, I was fitisfied that I was much better; and that, af.pr taking the fourth bottle, I was entirely wcil, and now I er.joy as good he alth as ever I did in my iife. I can, and do, with out the least hesitation, recommend the Tincture to nil person# afflicted ic my way. Yuuia, G*o. W. WiiKMTi . CURE FITS?READ! More tn the Sick than GolA.?From one of the nu."-"t respectable Druggists in South Carolina. ' Charleston, S. C. Sept. 21,1853. Messrs. Mortimer 8c Mowchay The sale ef four Hampton's Vegetable Tincture is increasing every day, and every bottle sold recommends this v.dua-Ic medicine to the afflicted. Several of our Elanters have tried it in diffV-ient ca*es witli aston :\ing success, and are setting it by half dozens. It bas been found to be the greatest lemedy for rheu matic affections, and a wonderful cure has been performed on a negro bov, suffering fmm Fits. 1 will furnish you with a number of certificates if you wi:h tli em. I am, gentlemen, yours, W. G. Trott. Call and g#?t pamphlets gratis, and see cures of Cough, Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Dys oepsia, Nervousness and General Weakness. As a female medicine or for delicate children we brieve it ttneqtialled. Sold by MORTIMER fc MOWBRAY, 140 Balti more street, Baltimore, and 'J04 Broadway, N. York Chas. Stoi-t k Co., J B. Moore, D. B. Clarke, Clarke it Bowliks, W. Elliot, and II. MoPher boh, Washington ; aljo, by R. S. F. Ci>sel, George town ; and C.^. Berry, Alexandria, and by Drug gists everywhere. feb 21?tr AN APPEAL TO COMMON SENSE. LET THE SICK UE?R THE TRUTH. Cartaix Bekjakin.?Wherever known hi.* iesil mony will be canclusive. But le*t those whoMo not know the Captain should be sceptical, Dr. Law son & Bro., with others of i!ie best known and most higliiy respectable cithtens of Easton, endorse his wonderful cure by HAMPTON'S TBQBTABLK TINOTUEH. Eamtok, Oct. 4,1854. Mc%m. Murtimer Sf Mowbray: Gent!em?;n? I feel it my duty to y?u and the pub tic to certify to the effects of Hampton's Vegetable Tincture. I is lor more than five years laboring under a disease of (}tironic Rheumatism, aod tiie great part ol that time i was so helpless that ! had to be helped from my bed and dressed in my clothes I became reduced to a nme skeleton. All the med icmes I took done me no good, and I continued to grow worse. I heard of Hampton's Tincture nid thought I would give it a trial. At this time 1 ?H not expect to live one da^ after auother. I l?d not tike ft (the Tincture) Icr the Rheumatism, but ia .i short time I was well ?.f thai disease. From the effects of your T incture and the help of God 1 aw now getting in good health. 1 wish all tiie afflicted to try Hampton's V? getaLm. Tincture, as 1 have dune, with the same effect t:iai it has on Yoor obedient servant, Isaac Beniuiim. We are acquainted with Isaac Benjamin, sold htm someol Hampton's Vegetable Tincture,, and be rtevc the above statement correct. Dawson k Bro. From our knowledge of Captain Benjamin we are confident tli&t the above statement is true and un ?i.age?att\i. J. A. Johnson, Charles Robinson. Call aud ^et pamphlets gratis, and see cures oi Cough, Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Neuraiifia, Dvs prpbia, Nervousne*3 and General Weakness. As a male medicine or for delicate eliildicn we believe it unequalled. Sold by MORTIMER 6l MOWBRAY, 110 Balti more suect, Baltimore; aud 30-1 Broadway, N. York Chas. Stott fc Co., J. B. Moore, D. B* Clarke Clarke & Bowutw, W. Elliot, and H. MoPhek von, Washington ; alio, by R. S. F. Cisszl, George lawn, and C. C. Berry, Alcxnidrin, and by Drug riisis evisrvw Sw ?. jan 8?tr KISS ME IF YOU DARE!?A new Walt*, vary suitable tor beginner*, composed and d? dioated t.i Mi. s , o' Georgetown, by Prof. W. Hunter. rul liebed and lor sale at HiLBL'S V HI Music Dekt, uiay "i? Corner Pa. av. aatfllth st. DENTISTRY: RB. DONALDSON, Dentist, law of the firm ol . Hunt fc Donaldson, continued to manufacture and insert those beautiful , _ (Hircelain teetb, with or whhent gums, for pp^cimcns of which (made and de posit ??<! by the late firm) wu awarded the first | premium at the Mechanic^ Institute Pair, recently held in litis city. - j These teeth are carved and shaded to suit each particular case, and their resemblance to the natu ral orpins la **o perfcct as to deccive the moRt prac tised eye. t " Particular attention aiso paid to filling and pre serving the natural teeth. Charges moderate aud all operations warranted. Office southwest worncr Seventh and D s-s?en

trance on D. mar 21?6m fim BE5F AJID VEGETABLES FOB THE WAVY. NAVY AGENT'S OPPICE, Wat-hin'ton, April 38, 1855. SEALED PROPOSALS will he receive! at this office until Monday, the 21st day of May, 1855, at noon, for the supply of such quantities of Fresh Beef and Vegetables ax inay be required on the Washington station, during the fiscal year com mencing on the l?t day of July next, and ending or the 30th June, 1856. The Beef and Vegetables rr ust be of good quality and the best the market afford- ; and each article must be offered for by the pound . Bond with approved security will be required in one half the estimated amount of the contract, and ten per ccntum in addition wil! be withheld from the amount of each payment to he made, as collate ral *ccuritf for the due performance of the contract, which will on no account be paid until it in fully complied with. Every ofiVr made must be accompanied (as direct ed in the act of Congress making appropriation for t!'c n.vrr.' service for lfi46 7, approved 10th August, 1846) by a written guaranty, signed by one or more responsible persons, to the effect that he or they un d'-rtake that the bidder or bidders will, if his or their bid b? accepted, enter into an obligation, withu. five days, with good and sufficient sureties, to fur nisli the articles proposed. No hid ttritl be c;?nsid^red unless accompanied by swh guaranty. ABBERT CfREENLEAP, ap 5) lawlw Navy Agent. [No. 534.] Notice oftfot establishment of an additional land district in the State of California WUKUEAS under the provisions of the act of C ngrese, appro ved March 3, fa63, entlt'ed "An act to provide lor the survey of the public Isud ;u rali oroia," Ac-, tha Pfriient ol th? Unit#-' t'U'.rs is aatboriied, at such time or t'mes ? i i bis iulinient the public interest may po >ttp?r&tive!y require. * * * to dlvids the State cf Calif-rnla into two or thre* Bepa-.ate iara district;. two of which districts were established uu d*r Bid act by public ncCc;, daUi21st March. lSf-3; .iui whereas the feUive.s and sett'etn^nt h Wc Attended In Ca'lfjro'fc to fit tb*t tha ccii?>e nl-nee cf the ?*t'lers and ti?e publicinterest require the establishment of the three districts fcuth- rlied by the act c.f the 2d March, 1853, aforeeaM? No*, therefore, be it known. that under, and y autk rity cf tha eald a-.l cf Congress of 3d Ma-cli. 1853 tha Preeidsut ?.rthe Ucltfd -titer. has iirat'd tbat ths 8t?te of Calif-ml* shall be divided in'o threa cepirate land district*, the bound-ires of which ar-* as fol own, via : All that, part r?f :ho Stat* c mmfncirg cn ?h? Pa cific coast, lying n'-rth of the line between lewr, ships seven a&J ci<;ht(7 anu 8/ uoiih of Mount D! able ba^e lice, ttenc? rcr.nir.g oast on said \\u- to the meriJian, thenci ?oath on tha mer^di^n line to the b-ne dividicg towaBhips three an 1 four (3 and 4) north of aaid fcas-i 11 e, thence o?8t on B*id line be tween toffnifcipa three and fcur to the eastern toutdary of the State, will form 'he "Upper Fib thict," the land cfilcj for which hisbo-asstibllsfced at Maryiviilc. All boat part of the frt&ti lying s^uth of - heabovo described limits and n- rth of the I'ne diri Jlog town| sh'ps twenty ar.'.l twenty-one, south,(or fifth stand ard south) will f rm the "Middle District," the of fice for which is at Btr.ic 'a; &.~d all that part of the State lyl: g sou'h of the C th standard p^rillf 1 the "Lower District,"** h*r?tofore or^sniie I, the office for vhich is en abli'hei ht Lot Angelas; and in riew <f the esid dire". Ion of the Presid-nt of the Unlfed Htates, under the act cf Congress aforesaid the boundaries ?b*ve mentioned thill in luturebe regarded as the limits of tha said iand dittr cts re epectlvely. Given und? iry hand at tV c.'ty ? f Weshleg'ca, thi'ninth d*y c! April, A D.185j. By c*der of tic '. resident ; JOUN WILSON. Com?9i2?ioner Oeuefal Iani Office, ap 12?lawl3w | No. 535.] Notice of the. c.stMithmtnt of an additional Land Office in the State of Wisconsin. IN pursuance of the act of Congress, approve-) February -24, 633, entitled "Ail act to cstaliIKh an additional Und district tn the State of Wiscon sin," embracing all that part oi tho present Wit,low RivEKOisTRiCTlying north of the line dividing town ?diip'torty and lorty-one (or fourth corrcction line,) to be called the Frtsn dv lac district, it is htr< bv declared and made known that the land office for said district has been (ocated for the present by the President of the United Slates, at SurEfttoa CiTT, in said State. Given under my hand, at the city of Washington, this 23th day oi" April. A. D 1855. JOHN WILSON, Commissioner of General Land Officc. ap 30?law6w Trkasl-kv Dirim-rHNTr, March 5,1855. VfOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN to the holdcrsoi i.^1 ftock of the United State.; dcscribcd in the fol lowing notice of 3d January last, that for the pur j?ose 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 oh Uincd? say $1,158,585 05, if said stocks are offered and received here prior to the first day of June next: TRKA8rRY Hrpartxkrt, January 3, 1S55. Notice is hereby given |o the holders of the fol lowing described stocks of the United States, that tine department is prepared to purchase, at any time between the date hereof and the 1st day of March next, portions of tho?e stocks, amounting in the ag spetfate to $1,909,000, in the manner and on the let n-s hereinafter mentioned, to wit: In cfi^e of Rny contingent competition, within the amount stated, preference will be g*ven in the order of time in which said stocks may be offered. The certificates, duly assigned to the United Stat?^ by the parties who are to receive the amount tuereof, must be transmitted to this department; upon the receipt whereof, a price will be paid compounded of the following particulars: 1. The par value, or amount specified in each cer tificate. 2. A premium on the stock of the loan outhoriz d l<y the act of July, 1546, redeemable November 12, lB56:of2* percent.; on tl?e stock of the loan au thorixed by the act of 1842, redeemable 31st Decem ber. 1B62, of 10 per cent.; on the stock of the loans authorized by the acta of 1817and 1848, a id redeem able, the former on the 31st December, 1867, and the latter on the 20th June, 1868, of 16 per cent; and on tnc stock of the loan authorised by the act of 1850, and redeemable on the 31st of December, 1^64, (commonly called the Texan indemnity,) 6 JM* cent. 3. Interest on the par of each certificate from the 1st of January, ll<55, to the date of receipt and set tluaaent at the Treasury, with the allowance ffor the money to reach the owner) of one day's interest in addition. Payincit for snid stocks will be made in drafu of the Treasurer of the United States, on the assistant rcasurer at Boston, New York, Philadelphia, as the parties may direct. But tocertifieate wili be entitled to the benefit of this notice which shall not be actually received at the Treasury on oi before the said list day of March next. * JAMES GUTHRIE, mar 6?dtfuuel 3ecretarv of the Treasury. CANAL PACKET LIRE TO POIHT B0CK8 THE Canal Packet CONGRESS having h?en thoroughly repaired, and put in first 'ate order, will commence ruunine on MONDAY,Smtk, the 30th itiHnnt, for the transportation of pas^eng-. rs and light freighrbetween Georgetown and the ub;ive named point, on the most pleasing terms. The Boat will leave the wha'f^if W. II. Rnter for the Point of Rocks on every MONDAY, WEDNES DAY, and PRIDAY mornings, at 7 o'clock, and the Point of Rocks fur Georgetown on TUESDAY, THURSDAY,and SATURDAYS, at the same hour, stopping at the different landings along the line for the reception and landing of passengers aud freight, going snd returning Passage through either way 52, shorter distances at tlie same rates. That is to say,from Georgetown to Great Palls 50 cents; Seneca 75 cents ; E lwiuds Ferry $1.25; Manocscy $1.50. Meals served regularly on board the Boat ?t mod ! eratc rated. * JOHN CROMBAUGH, Proprietor, CHARLES MERRELL, ap 23?lm Captain. 1, 2^ 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 8 9. 0. FLABARRE, corner of Tenth and C sis, who v is a practical manufacturer in metal, has an assortment of Silvei plated NUMBERS of various patterns He will make numbers for houses, hotels pews in Church?, and for backs, to suit all tastes, and is confident at the low pri?e they will be made that it will suit the purchaser. ap 16 lm CllAllLKti IIA8KIMS. Architect. (Pc. avenue, between Tentk and Eleventh itreeir,) ? Washington, d. c. WILL continue to famish Plans, detail working Diawmga, and fej^elficauons of buildings of every description,and albo to superintend their < rec f?b l-^.? < rpiTE HALING OP THE NATIONS. BY M. CHAS. LINTON. With an Introduction and Ap|?-iidix by N. P. Tallmarfge. Published by the Society tor the diffusion ol' Spiritual Knowledge, New i ork 1 large octavo volume, pr ce $1 M. For vale at TAYLOR St MAURYf* Bookstpre, near Vth auctt. toy 2 DOCTOR HOOPLAND'S CELEBRATED (fScrman Bitters, nntUB it OB. C. M. JACKSOlf, Ffcila*'*., P?, WILL XrrXCTVALLT CVMl LITRE COKPLidT, DTSPEFUA, JAUIDIC8, Chronic or Nmmona DobiUtp, Dinmm dU mmi all ditmtm mrinmg frtm m di+ Such m UtHirtipauoo, Inward PJm, WIma or Blood to the Head.Acidity of the Stomach, Nau aea, Heartburn, Disrwt for food, or wticht in the ^to&iach, Sour Enictattonf, Stalk ins or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomae h, mini cf the Head, Hurr ed ^n<J difficult Breathing, Fluttering at th?- Heart, Cltokin* or Suffocaluig Sensations when in a lying Posture, Diwiew ol Vi-ion, D. t- of Webe before ihe t*t?ht, Pcver and Dull Pain in the Head, D<flciesieyofPerspiration, Yellowness of the Sk,n and Bye*, Pain In the Side, Hack, Chest, Limb% Ac., Sudden Flu?hes of Heat Rurnuizinthe rJe?h, Constant Imagla in?? of Eril, and srre&i depression of ?p*nts. THE proprietor, in calling tae attention of the public to this preparation, does so with a feti Bix of the utmost coafideace in iu virtue* and adap tation to the dise-ises for which it it recommended. It id no new and untried article, but one that has stood the test of a ten years' trial before the Ameri em people?nnd its reputation and sale is unrivalled by any similar preparations extant. The testimony in its favor given by the mo?t prominent and well Known Physicians and individuals, in all part* of the country is immense. The following from Nortn Carolina in respectfully subadttrd, referring any who may still doubt, to iny "Memorabiliaor Prai tirttl Receipt Book. for Farmers and Families, to be had rratis, of a'l the Agents tor the German Bitters. Pnneipal Office and Manufactory. 190 Arch st., Philadelphia, Pa. TESTIMONY FROM NORTH (MIOLISA. Cnlifirate of Dr. H*. Smith, of tine Hilt, Rich mond County, S. C. Piiii IIili., March 4th, 1854. Da. C. M. Jackbox, Philadelphia?Dear 8ir: 1 have been a subject of Dyepeps-'a, In Its worst fi-rm, for the last five years. Such was my condition for ;welve months that the physician* and all who saw ne said ! tn'M d?e. While in tbi.4 condition, I was carried to the watering places in Virginia, Tennes see and North Carolina, but wa<< not benefited by any water to which I was taken. While on iny way home, 1 stopped a week ut Rutherfordton, a small villa*"' in North Carolina, to try the e fleet of some ChaTyb**nte water in that p!nce. About the last of tiie wr?k, I Went Into a dnig sv.re to get some medicine for my child and mysei*. There were several of the village physicians in the store, and one of ihem seamed to take some interest in my case, aud, rifte* asking me some question?, said he had been a dyspeptic, and had been greatly bene fitted l?y the use of '* Dr.aiioofUnds .Jerman Bit ters,'- prepared by you, and Le insirted that \ wouid tiy the Bitt?r.-< He also called the next day at iny mom and lifted so miich that 1 would try them that l acked him to get m* one bottle. He did it, md 1 commenced taking ;t as directed, aad f do say I was more benefitted by it than all the water and medicine I had ever taken. After reaching notitr ens of my neighbors came to me f?;r a proscription and medicine, (he e rty?pei> tiCj) and i gave hii.i nearly all the Bitters I had left, wrhich : ffV>cted much goo.1 in his case. He has often sultd on nie for more of the same k r.d of medi cine, ?arin? he was more benefitted by it than any ciit r he had taken, but I have not been abie to get IS) more for him or myself si.. , therts please ship me a dozen or more :u> ?oon as po^ tble. Respectfully yours, W.SMITH. D. K. HOOKER, Roger's Store, Wake Co., N. C-, ')ctober 24.1853, says:?" Having experienced very groat benefit (torn the use of " Hoofland's Gerai-.n Bitters,in Chronic Dysentery and functional de rangement of the Liver, and iu concomitant evils, [ am desirous of obtaining a quantity of it for the benefit of my community. You will, therefore, please send a lot, Ac. &c. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J. ATWOOD. Hc-ntsvillr, Yapxiw Co , N. C.,Nov. 1st, 1853. Dr. C. M. Jackson?Dear S:r: Allow me to ex press to yon uiy sincere thanks for your discovery 'if a medicinc which, to say the least of it, has ef fected a cure that all other medicines, that I have :aken. have entirely failed to do. "H-jofland's Ger man Bitters" have cured me of tlu most stubborn ami aggravated case of the rir as thet, perhaps, ever fell to th<; lot of man. My case is nut a stranger in ti is community, as I am well known in this and the grounding counties, aiid can truly sav that my re covery has astounded ail my friends and relations, as 1 had tried everything rccommended, and r.oth:!:: did me any go.?d until I was prevailed upon to try the Bitters. Ycu arc at liberty to vake any n?e oS thi? communication, for The benefit of tlie afflicted, you tiny think proper. Truly MM, WM. J. ATWOOr. These hitters are entirely vc'dallc, they lnvicorate and strengthen the system, never prosuiue it, and can be used for infants as v/i.11 as adults. F<;r sale by respectable dealers everywhere, and by Z. D. OILMAN, Washington: J. L. KIDWELL, Georgetown; and J. P.. PIfiRPONT, Alexandria, mar 1?lv CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. I'ko Groat Parlfier of th? Blood I Hot a Fartisle of Mercury In It in IHBU.U3LS P.iKKCt fcr Sorofuls, King's Evl), IU:camatisa, ObUUiate Cutaneous Eruptions, Piiaylse r?r Puatuloe on tb* fas*, Plotcbes, Lei!". CUronio Sore Eyfj, Rln^ Wcria or Tetter, Scot. Heol, Enlargement and Pain of the Bones ard Joints, Stuboorn Ulcers, Syphilitic Disorders Lumbago, tipinnl Oompla ntr>, and all the il ?riidng frcci an injudicloa? use of Mercary, Ln prud moe in Ltfc, cr Impurity of the Blood. I"-313 valuable M-itcine. ahich ba? bee me cele? trsted fcr the number of cxtrac riinarv cures. 'fTectsd through Its sjeocy, has Induced th- propri -ton, at the urg-ut request of their friends, to tflrr it to the public, which they do with the utiuoet corv QlflBoa in ita virta?.- and wonderful curative prc-p ?rt: s Hie foUowis^ certificates, (elected from a large number, ar?, however, stionger te^timonj than the mere word c.fthe proprietor?; snd are all Lfora gentlemen well known In th-ir localities, Kiii oi the high-st respectability, many of th*m residing in the city of Richmond. Va. T. BOYDKN, Seq,, of the I-change Hotel, Rich mord, known everywhere sayr heha?seen 'he Mo<V 'rine called Carter's ^Pirosc MutTtraa, administered ?n ever a hundred is nearly all the diseases nor which it Is recommended, with tha meat aston ishingly gcod results He says it is the moet ex trterdinary medicine he hu ever sees. AGDK AND PEVfiR?QlUtAT CUR*.?I h?r-by jerti^r tbat for three years I had Agu* and Pever <jf the mof t violent description. I had several Phv dcr.ns, took larg? quantities of Quinine, Mrrrury, aiMi I believe all the Tosi:s advertised, but all with 3ut permanest relief. At last I tried Carter^ Spanish Mixture, two bottles of which effr-ct'tVlj jured me, and I am happy to eay I have had neither jhills or fevers since. I consider it the beet Tonic tn thb world, and the only medfeire that ?ver reached my ease. JOHN LONGDKN. Biavxr Ditch, near Richmond. Va. 0. B. LUCK, Isq., now ia the city of Richmond and for many years in the Post Office, has such sonfidence in the estminhing efficacy of Carter's Spaaish Mixture, that he has bought upwards of 66 bottles, which he has given away to the affiteted.? Mr. Lack soys he has never known it to fail when token according to directions. Dr. MINOJfi, a practising Physician, and formerly of the City Hotol, in the oty of Richmond, Bays he has witnessed in a number of instances the effects ot Carter's Spanish Mixture, which were most truly surprising. He says In a case of Consumption, de pendent on the Liver, the good effects were won derful indeed 8AMUKL K. Dl'JNKIR, of the firm of Drlnk'r A Morris, Richmond; was cured cured of liver Com plaint of three y car: standing, by the use of trc bottles of Carter's dpasiRh Mixture. GREAT CURE 0? SCROFULA.?The Editors of the Richmond Republican had a servant employed in (heir press room, cured of violent Scrofula, com bined with Rheumatism, whkh entirely di*tbl*l him from work. Two bottles of Carters Spns'sb Mixture made a perfect cure cf him, and the Edi tor* in a public notice, say they '?cheerfully reoom meni it to A who are ?filleted rritn any disease of the blood." 8TILL ANOTHER CURE OP SCROFULA.?I had a very valuable boy cured of Scrofula by Carter's Spaniah Mixture. 1 consider it truly a valuable medicine. JAMES M. TAYLOR, Conducur cn the h. F. and P JU. It. Co- Richmond. Va SALT RHEUM OF TWENTY YEARS FTANDU.G CUEED Mr. JOHN THCMFSON, leridiair in the city of Richmond, was oored by three bottles of Carter',. Spanish Mixture, of Salt fiheum, which he had for nearly twenty venrs, and which all the physicians of tho^f Muld not cure. Mr. Thompson is a well kacwa atcehant in the city of Rlchnondf and his il meet (evarkable. WM. A.MATTHEWS, of Richmond had a servant cured of Svphilis, in the worst form, by Carter's Spanish Mixture. lie soye ha cheerfully recom mends it, and ccnffl-Jers it a viy invaluable medi EDWIN BURTON, commissioner of the revenue, ?ays he has seen the good effects of Carter's Spanish Mixture In a number of Syphilitic oases, and says it ti a perfect eure fcr that horrible disease. WM. Q, H Ait WOOD, ef Richmond, curtd of ok) Bores aad Ulcers, which disabled him fram walkiag. look a tew bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, and wm eneMed to walk without a crutch,is & short time permanently cured. Principal Depots at M. WARD, CLOSE A Co., No. 88 Maiden Lane, New York. T. W. DYOTT A SONS, No. 183 North Second cU Philadelphia BENNETT A BEERS, No. 125 Main rtrect, Blob And far sal* by CHARLES BTOTT, Waahiart^n. D.C; I1ENEY PE1I-, Alexandria, and by Dra^tS evei j ^ hsi p. Prion $1 par bottle, or six bottles for ifc 21?if ^^.the countess op blls. suigton, B Mad^jfc M. B. 1. A^. two HICK TAYLOB. TRAVELERS* PIRECTORT. WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. C1MVGE OF HOURS. /Aff miH lifter Monday, the 33H immi. ibe train* \ J will Leave Washington at 6 nnd a. m., and 3 and **P? ? . 1?. On Sunday at 6 a m and 4^pm Leave Baltimore at 4# aad 9j| a m, and 3 and SJf p m On Sunday a* 4Jtf and 5M p m. ap 33- tf T. H. PAR80W8, Ageat. 4? Mott BfrdeU'a Una. SEW YORK, ALEXANDRIA, WASHINGTON CITY, AND DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA PACKETS. T^HIS LINE OP PACKETS SAILS WEEKLY 1 from pier 14 East River, New York, and oft? n?r jfrnrfwurj'. and are composed of the following first 3la? eeest,*!*: >ew acbr. A. V. FrteU. B? dell, matter. New wh'. Mott RideG, A. V. Trodwdl. Schr. Arm D., Wm. (>!.???*, muti r. Schr. Volant, L. A. f'nuU:, master. Sclir. Ownmir-la-Ofcy, Wogt-jm, master. Schr. Greemroy, Wilson, master. Thewe v<-*?el* err all fast sailers, and the n aateaa ?lien of experience tn tlu trr.de, and the only rega 'ar line of Washington t'hv naekota. MUTT ii'EUELL, * Wall street, V. T. 8. S. MASTERS * SOWS, Alexandria, Va. THOMAS RILEY, fob 1?6ro %Vashii?f?on and O. C. OEA1TOB AHD ALEXANDRIA RATLftOAD, On and after Tuesday,^Sov. 7,1864, I^HB Can leave Alexandria daily for Gordon*, vilis and IntenaedUie nations at 7 K o'clock, ? 3L#oa the errivaJ of tbs boat from Waehinytnn, firing ample tin* IcT braakfMt cn board Con. idling at Minif'tf lunctftr with a tnia for Stria 5ar^, at Warren* oo Jo etion with a trail for War ,-r.ton, and at G??rion*v1lle with th# train* on tha v .rginia Centra! Kali road for Richmond, Ohariottea nlle, and Staunton tha car- leave ^ordoesrllle daBr for Alexandria and Intermediate !*etion?, at \ before 11, a. in., on ihe arrival of tha train* Of the Yi-irinia Central mil x-id frcm R*.:hmc?*d, Ch*rlcUe?r1u?, and Staantoa, ?PTROUOU TICKETS Trom Alexandria to Warreakoa..... 40 00 ? ?* Gardoaavflle - I II ? ?' Cherlottarrille 4 M " *4 6tan d ton 6 M M '? Strasburg??....... i U " u Lynchburg I Tl ? ? Winchester.. ._ 8 64 " Laray?^^.............. 4 H ? n Wew Market.... 6 00 ? - MMdlebnrg 3 U Per Lynrhfcorv, connecting with th* atajree ai OnarMteaville, oc Mcr lava, Wednesday*, and Fri days. ret Lv.raj er 5 I'ew Market, oonnecttag with tha 8 f^rs at Cu!pe;?r, oc Taeedays.Thunrdrye, and RaV urday. Per ^Tinrlfcsakar cnUy, -cnaerting with the ?tngea at Pi?!aM?nt Per Middieb&rg daily, connecting with the stage* at ?fea ! .ate* Per ordet: W. B: TT.' CKXTT, Agec4. H?T 7?dtf FOR MOUNT VERNON! ^ On TUESDAY8 and FRIDAYS. rtiHlMi ^ rcnnd trip $1; frum Alai fc.r.d:U 76 csoU - The THOMAS OOI.LYKR Uare? VTash!ngtc-D at 0 and Alezaadria at PU o'eloc>. C'i har leart tba Csyitcl for ii* beat at iff cVQu C^aeb ftre ^0 crni*. Perron* ^ieblng the Ooa-fc"?. ?ill i?Tl their raai iano< with Oec. ? 1 hoe. Parker. 'haient rn tLe boat. est Sa?Jtf PAMT, CEDNBY, Cnpt ?SIIK XKW TOSK dt LIVERPOOL : 'JVJ i E D S TA TES "^^MAIL STEAMERS. THE FUIPS 0OJl?ItI2I!fG THIf LIN1 1 THE? ATLANTIC. Cent TY??t PACIFIC, Capi. Nye, B/ l.TIC. Capt Oetrrtoek, / DTilATIC, Capt flrartoe. Thes* fhlp- fca>e been tui't by contra-^t, eiprw? iy for GorernK'ct perr^r*; every >-.*re ban tx?en Ukk?n in their &ms'.rmcr, ae In the Xngn>?Mi to *.iirar? str-.nrth rri cprv.i, and their a^atntoit-la. t?or? for pa??- ".t ar? unf]na!]ad for al faara kcl --)icfort. Price of paa^ae-e fc K#v York to Uf-rpool, la fir?t cabin .$l? Seoond Cabin..................................... ?0 Sx< !???rr Ufa of ex ire ir.- state roorra 800 from LiTerpoo! to New York ?39 and ?20. *.n experrl"n<?tl surgeon attar!?ed tr aast ?hip. No berth can > e smttired cntil paid for. Per freight or paacara apply to liDTTAfiD fr. COLLINS A CO., 16 Wall etreet. New York. BBOTX, SH1PLFY A CO, IirsrpoeL t. a. POEmTs a no., 1? SineV .'.mi Yard, Loaioa. JOHN KUNkOR & 00, 25 ftn-^Notra Fame dca T i toiree, Pari*. GEO. H. DUAFKH, IJa?n>?. Ite c.wnera cf v?e?e f-hip- wii] aot be t-occntabla for gc?d, rilrer. bullion, meeia, jewelry, prerlowa Ftones or aetal", na'esa Wlls ef iadi-..< are eignad th?rvfor, ar 1 tha >a.ue thereof tbtreia ei.pt> ??d. hot tg?die E. H BATS8. POLICE MAGISTRATE, FIRST ST; irE.in PENS J. AVEJftfE, Coiiv?^aiK ir.g and County Land Clami* attended to tnav^^lm Private Medical Treaties ?a tk? PCYPIOLOCICAL VIB-fV Of UAU3UCI n It. D. I.A CHOIX, M. D? ALBANY, N Y. 2f>0 FagM and 123 Fine Plain and Colored Liwh> gxapba r-cd Maten. *r Prtaa oaly Ml CeatJ "ft f^Seat fref of to all part* of the Union^i CHKAPE.'T BOOK KVKP, PUBLISHED, and containing acsrly d ub'e the quantity cd re^ltng matter In tbet of the FIFTY CEoTB OR DOLLAR PUBLICATIONS. It treats on the PHYSIOLO ! QY OP MARRIAGE, and the i secret iafinsitles and disorder ef ycuth and maturity, re eultlne fn>m excese?a, whi?b destroy the physical and men tai pewera. with obserratkna an marriage, ita unties and dia^oalifications, and their remedies; with lithographs, iUutraiing tha anatozar and pb^r:r-logy, and diseaaaa of the repro iurtiTe 'crgana cf both eexea, their etrneture, usee and fancticns. A poanlar and comprehenare traa h?e on the duties and oasuai^? v f angle and u?> ried life?happy and fryitru! al'lAuiea, mode cf ae on ring them - Inlelioitoaa ? >d infortile one*?thei; obTiaucn and removal?Important hinta to tboee sontnmplatin^ matrimony, that will overcome ot> faetioos to It; none, bewev^r. should tska this im portant atep wirbent frst ornsulting ita pag.-a? vnmentariee o t tha oiraaeeaand macUial traatmeot of fem>iae from iriancy to old aee, each oaae graph ieally iliuotratei by beautiful lithographic plates? aarvottf debility, ita o*us?a and cure, by a prooesa at on a; po fiaple, ?-afe and effectual, that tai lure la impoi^tb'.c?rules for daily mamgeicent?an aesay an e^ rmaiurrhota with practical cbserratfons on a mfor, and more bcoceesfol mode of treatment?pre .*;it1cnary hint. o& th? evil* raau:^ing from aepin wi pnctica?an ea-ay on all aiaaaaef ariirtas from Indie-rrcUon, with p':ain and ajipi; rulea by which ail pereons can cure theanaelv** wiihoat merrurr? remadloe for tv.c^c a?if lsfiioted n'ecrioi ar-d d>*cp poiuteci brrt" fo unfortunately preva?eat In tbe sruog. 11 id i. trnthfut adviser to the married and thoaa ecntempiating marri^sa. Ita peruaal is ( V ticoArly reeoiamrnd'd to perr^rt enw?rtaining ae iret ioul.'a of their nhyr-si cvnditian. and who are xuaciooa of having r aaarled the health, happing and priTT.eje* to which every hturaa being ? ft Pri~? 35 arnia \*t copy, or fire eopiaa for one del* iar. Untied free of postage to any fart of the Uni ted ?late?. K. B.?Those ?ho prater may oonanlt Dr. La Ca ll ?pou any of the diseases upon which hia bcck treaM aithfr reraon&lly or by mail. Medicine sent to eay part of the Ccion according to directions, cafely packe.1 ano nrefsdly secured frcm all cbearratioB. Addi-ee Dr. M. B. LA OROIX. No- 81 Maiden Ure or Post 0?3e Box 679, Albanv. N. Y. W OfBce ?pee daily from 5 am to 9 p m, and on Sunday from a until 6 pm. . *?" 2??? ^??*?wad fr^m No M Bearer sL, tc ?1 Saldan Last. Albany, N. Y. 4?o T FOR POOR AND LABORING MEN. SMALL BUILDING LOTS of 10 feet ar mere, ta ?ailcue parte ol tha City, aad 'Jert g?;owu, al U>W priota, and terma to suiL LLOYD A 00 BVILD1HO 8TOII) lor aaie, deliverable at the Oanal, or Wharrea ta WajLit^t-n, Gacrjretowa, or Aleuadria. LLOYD A 00. 16th ctreat, cf p. Treaeari If W?It ? ? EAJ8?LNG HOUSE OF FAISO 4 BOUKBK, BOpvositt Untied Statet TVeaaery. f'NDtt, Stocks and othtw e^cwrnica |nrcha-' ?l and Hold. tntereat at (Im rate of aix prr c??t per annum al towed on dt-poatb whtu left ft* 79 dm M toafc^* )au ?6iu