Newspaper of Evening Star, July 9, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated July 9, 1855 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. ?oxnriAnr vjiarai. On lowland marts and marble dome*, Still craven vassals gave ; But never yet on mountain top Was born or dwelt a slave. On mountain top the prophet first God's awful mandates Dore: On mountain peak the dove did rest, That Hew the deluge o'er. Then ye, whose heart doth weary beat, With care or sorrow riven, Come, climb with me Slieve Callan's brow. And let vour thoughts, like Titan's, now Ascend from thence to heaven ! The scholar hath a quiet look Within .lis cloistered cell, He poreth o'er some goodly book T i Li peals the veeper bell. But though his life unruffled flow*, Like gentle streams that glide All smooth and still, through level plains, With sunshine on their tide, That student pale, I envy not? Such guise ill suiteth me, Oh, better flu-, the wave tossed lake,* The pine crowned crag, the forest brake. And step o'er heather, free! The trickling rill that cools your lips, Soft flowing thro' the glen: Or else the spring that burst from rock*, Like tears from rugged men ; Hath Cyprus wine such flavor sweet, Or stoup of Malvolsie ? Preached ever abbot like those hills, So true a homilie * Then, in their Sabbath solitude, Go, often meditate; And when their lesson right is read, The valley slope then boldly tread, A wiser man in heart and head To wrestle with your fete! A deaj> loss.?Mi?s Fantadliog says if she mu t dead she has loft her vital "spark," the rian who need to sit up with her. ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS. National Hotel?k d. willabd. J B Buckingham J T McNally. NY ,. v a PS Manning, Jr. Md JI Frailer, do j T YoungTct J G Mansfleld NY G G Cushman. Me W C Denny Pa M H Kerbv, NY T H Love, Can JR Boylston, SC fTv7*' j Miss Boylston, do t Ao 3 p Horback, DC t J Swift, Va Walker, do i(j,JJwnPr' ^Id {* '^wls A ladv, Ala N Pinkney, do Mrs Watson, do f M D Crew Mrs Fowler, do w Ft ^au^> G C Addison, 9al J Moreton, Ta Miss Pratt, Md M T Suinner, Va K W Harper do J D Barber, N Y Miss E Richardson. NC J 1 urcell, SC Miss M Richardson, do * ,/.ey' J S Sandford, Pa A J Hays, I SMC F H Dennis, Va i rPu-V>a -)1 T Sumner, do J K hite, Md J Dailey, do Browns' Uolei-T. ?. A m brow*. O J Walsh. NY M S Knowles A femlly, A B Farwell, Me Pa M A Mothis. NY H L Harvey, 111 J C Thompson, do N H Burcks, Va D Veitch, Mo J D Gardiner. La J O Lloyd, Md J Martin & lady, NC W S Hutchinson, do Mies Wheeler, do II G Black and family, W S Hopkins, NY P<* G Bradford, 111 J O Roberts, Ga Mr Seymour, Va D EiJeman. do TD Spindle and ladv J McClean, Md Tenn T J Bovd, Va W C Harris. NC I>r J B Gardner, do F G Jones, NY J Whitehead, do M Green, do T J Gardner, do C H Brown. Mass S S Lane, do J Moore, NY M Gault. Md J Digges,;do A S Johnson, wift? and J Harris, do child. USA Willards' Hetel?h. a. A j. c. witnu. F Vincent, jr, Pa T Gale, Tenn J N Lovell, NY Miss Gale, do G W Smith. Ky Miss Gale, do A Ansale, Md E R Gale, do Cupt Dyer, USA W D Gale, do Mrs Walker. Mo W H Baker. La J F Crown. Ala P F Chatord, jr. Mo R Tyler. Pa F F Mitchell. Fia E Seibels, SC J F Birzet, do Miss E Travers, Ecg W R Ruan. do B Bmwn. Va J Downer, do S P Brown, Me D Lee, Ga C P Rhodes J V Douglass Vs A Walker A femily, La W Stump, do' ? Lay, NY r Kirk wood House?; a. A a. iieiwood W E Sinn. Md T S'Frome, Md W W Judson. NY G \if Barrow, Va J H Durniax. La G Sinclair, do S Belder. Tex J T Weeks, do Mi*?* Belder. NY W H Hellen and ladv J Williams, Md MaM J Henderson A son, do J M Thompson, do J W Mohler, do G W Thrift, Ala United Mite* Hotel?a. c. lictstT. II R BurgT, Vo 3D Hanover, Tex C C Taylor. Wis W W Holding, do J R Calweil andforoliy, J Bruce. Va Md C H Robertson, do Miss Batty, do W Hasklns, Mass T Hughes, Pa TD Hamllne, Md Willards' Hetel?Old Point Comfort, Y?? July 2, 3. 4,5, and 8. W J Falls, Bait Col P Q Washington, Ed Lee, do Wash R S Archer. Richmond J D Colmerrill, do W T Yerby, Northamp .Mr Falls. Bait R Tyler, Phila M N Falls, do A C Mechmer A son,do D G Emory, do Jo? Lallance A lady, La C L Emory, do Miss E Lallance, do J L Cunningham, Wish Miss C Lallanoe A ser- R iiiimore,Balt vant. do J Nlnney, do - Mast* Lallance. do J R Ball. Richmond G W Eavtrson A lady, E Northern, do Bait J Temple, do ? R H liartston, Norf J Simmons, NC E E Barrens, do F Simmons, do Lieut Allmond, Navy E W Pitmer, do Lieut Gibson, do A Hall, jr, Bolt Lieut C F Thomas, do Miss Falls, do S W P Allen, Portsm'h VV Winchester, do T A Tucker Mrs W H Thorton J A McLane. Va 2 Miss Thornton, Rlch R Milkins, Portsm'h mond J S Lynch, do A Jordan A two ladles, J W ?hink, Navy Smithtield S B Shink. do G W Black, Petersburg S C Intern, do W A Ward, do J Little A sob, Norf R Kinev, do T R Rowe A ladv, Va R R Boblden, do Colonel Wright A lady, A Hay, Pa USA T Hay, do Miss Wright ,Cal Mr Arnold. Wash Mrs WinH Thompson, Mr Abercrombie. Army Norf \ C S J Chubb, Wash Miss Thompson, do Mrs Chubb, ao Miss Murray, do Mrs Crane, do Miss Pembertou, do M iss E W Chubb, do Miss Perry, do Miss II Hopkins, Bait R W Hymr, Bait Mr* S Jannv, do J R Roy it lady, USA J E Harwoo<i. Riehm'd C Conway, lady, 3chil- II G Cannon, do drcn A ?e vt JB MrRoUin, Army J Mendaugh. ladv and Capt D Woodruff, do son. Portsmouth Lt C H Reynolds, do Mrs Riddick, child and S W Eaton servant, do Miss Walker M rs Parker, do M iss J one* Miss O Murdaueh, do C Gresham Miss O EMurdaugli do W R Avlett Va M is* K S Riddick, do Dr T L Gregory, do Miss M E Riddick. do W N Croxton. do C W Murdaugb. do P B Pendleton A serv't, Mrs Forrest, do do K Big^s. lady. 3 cLlldn J Pendleton, do A servt, Norf W Harrison, do Mrs Gpn, do Miss B Harrison, do .Miss Gwynn. do W I? Mason, lr, do Mis* Barrand. do Miss J Mason, do Mrs M Eaton. NC Miss M .Mason, do Mi*? Eaton, do Miss C Mason, do Miss M J Hickman, do J M Mason, do Dr Smith A lady, Mo J D Brashears, do* d" hr ** H Cahill, Ala M um > faylor do Dr R W Bordaux. lady, do ^c?"ld A servt, Va \N 11 t^uiucey. Halt D Lyon, lady, child and \\ H L mining ham, do servt. do J Webb, do Miss B Lyon, do \V Greshuiu, Va Miss M Spring do W II Hope A lady. BaR J Lyon, do N Falls, do J E'Heatb, do Mis* Mines, do T B Booth, do Miss S E Drew, NC Mr Nash. Richmond Miss Miles, do Mrs Page, do Mis* E Drew, do JC Wright A ly, Caro B< nj F Jordon A lady, line co Savannah Miss J Wlster, do J Mile*, do Miss C Colman, do J Drew, do Miss B Chandler, do B Boy ken. do J W Colman. do J H Ivey. NC WW Woolfolk, do Mrs Morfis, Va S C Sufton, do Miss Watson. Riehm'd L Wright, do G T Moor, Plymouth B F Coleman, do R A Mayo, Richmond E Jordon do O H P stem, do JG Burniss, do R M Davis. King To^-a Dr V W Harrison. Cltv Miss Davis, do Point Miss A More, do Mrs R Harrison A servt Miss V More, do Va ' H G Cannon, Riehm'd Mrs A Ellicott. do K l<enard. do Mrs Smith, 3 chllda A K Wvatt, do servt, Richmond Ed Harwood. do MrPaut. do * J fcwith A 8boys, * handier, do Savannah C L Hob?on, do F Hudson, do Ud !.?*> otL ci*. GREAT SOUTHERN MAIL BOUTE. nruvicE daily between washing X ton and the South via Preder ickabnrg, Richmond, Petersburg. V*., Wei don and Wilmington, NT ton, S. C., and Augusta, (fa. The traveling public Is hereby Informed that the swift and comfortable steamers BALTIMORE AND MOUNT VERNON leave the Steamboat Wharf at Washington daily at 0 a. m and 7 p. m., arriving in Richmond at 1 p. m. and 3 a. m.j and at Petersburg at 9# p. m. and 5 a m. The following i h rough Tickets can be obtained on board the boats: To Fredericksburg 00 To Junction of Virginia Central Railroad... .4 03 To Richmond, ? 50 To Norfolk, 6 00 To Petersburg. 0 00 To Weldon, N. C 7 00 To Wilmington, N. C 11 00 FABK OJ? POTOMAC HIVEB. For each passenger, as follows: To Alexandra 25 cenU, and baggage 13X cents To Morbury's fl oo To (juantico, Sandy Point, Ac 1 50 To Aquia Creek 2 00 Meals and State Rooms extra. For further Information apply on board of the boats, or to GEO MATTINGLY, Agent. je30?2w Washington. BY BAILR0AD DIRECT T0~Tflfc WEST. Time between Washington and Wheeling but 17 % hoars! Banning Time between Washington and Cincinnati 27 hoarsI! THBOTGH TICKETS A.SD BAOOiGI CHECKS TO BE _ BAD IX WASHINGTON. The baltimoeTaxo ohio rail. ROAD having greatly improved its Western connections, now oners the fullest inducements to Travellers between WASHINGTON, BALTI MORE, and all portions of the WEST, NORTH WEST, and the SOUTH WEST. The connection between the Trains from Wash ington and the Trains bound West from Balti more Is always promptly made at the Washington Junction (lately called the Relay House) 9 miles from Baltimore. This is the only change of cars required between Washington aud the Ohio river. Baggage is checked through to Wheeling at the Washington Station, and rechecked and trans ferred there. {?with the passengers) without charge, fbr those holding Through 'IMckets for points be vond. The connecting Trains leave Washington daily at 0 a. in. and 4^ p m. On Sundays at the latter hour only. At WHEELING direct connection Is made with the trains of the CENTRAL OHIO RAIL ROAD, running from Bellaire, on the Ohio, near Wheeling, through Cambridge, Zanesvllle, and Newark, to COLUMBUS. These trains connect at Newark with thecars of the Newark, Mansfield and Sandusky Railroad for Sandusky, Toledo, Detroit. Chicago, St. Louis, etc. At COLUMBUS the C. O. Railroad trains con nect with the fast trains of the Little Miami Rail road to Xenia, Cincinnati, Louisville, etc. At XENIA (on Little Miami Railroad) connection is formed with the trains through Dayton, to Indian apolis, Terre Haute, Lafayette, Chicago, Rock Island, St. Louis, etc. O" Passengers holding Through Tickets for Memphis. Vicksburg, Natchez, A'fir Orleans, etc., whicn are also sold at Washington?are trans ferred at Cincinnati to ^he Mail Steamers on the Ohio. Tickets for Evansvllle, Cairo, and St. Louis are sold bv this route. ITT For CLEVELAND, and via Cleveland to Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, etc., tickets are sold, when tne Ohio is navigable between Wheeling aad Wellsville (forty miles) where a connection with the Cleveland and Pittsburg Railroad is made. Travelers are requested to notice that while this is the only route affording Through Tickets and Checks in Washington, it is also the shortest, most speedy, and direct to nearly all the leading points In the great West. The distance from Washinuton to Cincinnati is but 653 miles, being about lOH miles shorter than by any other route ! FARE, BY THROUGH TICKET, PROM WASHINGTON To Wheeling, 89 50; Colum bus. 813 65; Day ton, 815 50; Cincinnati, fl0 00; Ixniisvllle, by railroad. 8H (V>, by ?t earner front Cincinnati. 81e 00; Indianapolis, 817 50; Cleve land, 812 50; Toledo, Si5 N); Detroit, ?15 JO: Chicago, 820 65 and S19 50; St. Louis, 828 30 and 325; Memphis. 826; New Orleans. 831; ?4c. ID* FOR FREDERICK AND HARPER S FERRY, MARTINSBURG, CUMBERLAND, BERKLEY SPRINGS. BEDFORD SPRINGS, PIEDMONT, OAKLAND, and FAIRMOUNT, passengers may leave Washington at 6 a m. or lif p. m. For the minor way stations between Baltimore and Wheeling, take 6 a.m. train from Washington. 117* For trains to and from Baltimore, Anapolls. etc., see special advertisements. !Lr For further information. Through Tickets. Ac , apply to THOMAS II. PARSONS, Agent, at Washington Station. JOHN II DONE, Master of Transportation, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Baltimore. may 3?tf WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. AJVQ < 4Ui CHANGE OF HOURS?On and after Mon day, the Xld instant, the Trains will Leave Washington at 0 and -ft a ni . and 3 and " -. m. Sundav at 4# p. m. Leave Baltimore at 4% and 9 a m , and 3 and 5M p. m. On Sunday at 4# a m ap 33?tr T. I! PARSONS, Agetft. ORANGE fc ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. ON AND AFTER Tl LSDAY, November 7, 1864. the Cars leave ALEXANDRIA FOR GORDONSVILLE. and intermediate stations, at 7M o'clock, a. m., on the arrival of the boat from Washington, giving ample time for Breakfast on board?connecting at Manassas Junction with a train for Strasburg; at W&rrenton J unction with a train for Warrenton, and at Gordonsville with the trains on the Virginia Central Railroad for Rich mond, Charlottesville, and Staunton. The car* will leave Gordonsville daily fbr Alex andria and intermediate stations, at \ before 12 a. in , on the arrival of the trains of the V irginia Cen tral Railroad from Richmond, CharloUettviUe, and Staunton THXOrOH TICKETS. From Alexandria to Warrenton, - - $2 00 44 44 Gordonsville, - 3 50 ?? 41 Charlottesville, - 4 25 1 ? 44 Staunton, - ? 5 80 44 44 Strasburg, - - 3 50 44 44 Lynchburg, - - 0 75 44 44 Winchester, - ? 3 50 ?? 44 Luray, - - - 4 25 ?? 41 New'Market, - 5 00 ?4 44 Middleburg, - - 2 25 For LYNCHBURG, connecting with the stage* at Charlottesville, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. For LURAY and NEW MARKF.T. connecting with the stages at Culpepper, on Tjesdays, Thurs days, and Saturdays. For WINCHESTER daily, connecting with tho stages at Piedmont. For MIDDLEBURG daily, connecting with the stages at the Plains. Perorder: W. B. BROCKETT, Agent, nov 7?tf _ THE POTOMAC RIVER STEAMBOAT COMPANY'S STEAMER ALICE C. PRICE, CAPT SAMTEL BAKER. WILL LEAVE WASHINGTON AT SIX o'clock a. m.,arul ALEXAN- _ J| k DRIA at 7 o'clock, a in.? On TUESDAY MORNINGS ? For Mattox, Carrioman, L. Machodoc, Piney Point, Kinsale, and Cone. On FRIDAY MORNINGS?For Chanel Point, Wicomico, Leonardtown, Piney Point, St. Mary's, and Cone. On WEDNESDAY, (returning)?I>ave Cone at 4 o'clock, a m., for St. Marv *, Piney Point, Leonardtown, Wicomico, and Chapel Point. On SATURDAY, (returning)?Leave Cone at 4 o'clock, a. m., for Kinsale, Piney Point, L. Ma chodoc, Currioman, and Mattox. The A. C. Price will call at the usual landings on the river wlien signals are made. By order of the Board: JAMES P SMITH, President. Alexandria, Va., June 1, 1SV5. Je 15?tf FOR THE ORANGE AND .ALEXANDRIA AND MANASSAS GAP RAILROADS. THE Subscriber's Coaches will call for passen gers wishing to connect with the above railroads My Coaches.., ? ... . ? ? connect with the Steamers GEOKGE WASli INGTON or THOMASCOLLYER, whlchleove Washing ton at 0 a. m ? JET* Meals furnished on the boats. Persons wishing the coaches to call for them can l**ve their name and residence with Mr. John T. Killman, near the Capitol gate: Mr. Butt's drug store, corner Pa. avenue ana 12th ?t.; or at Geo. A: Tho?. ParkrT A Co.'* store. Coaches can be had for Pleasure Trips. may?-2m WILLIAM WHALEV. STEAMBOATS CONNECTING WITH EACH TRAIN OF CARS ARRIV lng in Washington or Alexan- ? ~ h drta ?The Steamer* THOS ffM YER or GEORGE WASH1 NGTONwm^inake the above connections, leaving Washington at 0 a. m , fbr the Orange and Alexandria Cars, aad eo? neet with the Mine train on their arrival. HT MEALS furnished on the boats. The Boats eonaeet with all the trams from Bal timore SAM L GEDKEY, Caplaia way 17?tf Memoirs or the countess of bles ?lagton. by R. R Madden, M R I. A., two FRANCH TAYLOR. NEW ROUTS FOR SOUTHERN TRAV ELERS. DIRECT FROM NEW YORK, PHILADEL PHIA, AND BALTIMORE. TO NORFOLK, WELDON, WILMINGTON, RALEIGH, CHARLESTON. AND AUGUSTA,MOBILE, AND NEW ORLEANS. SUMMER AND FALL ARRANGEMENT. Dally, (except Sunday*,) VIA BAY LINE, and SEABOARD 4 ROAN OKE RAILROAD, to the above mentioned Places, the Schedule being to arranged that the Traveler la not subjected to any night travel on the Railroad from New York to Wilmington, In North Carolina. THROUGH TICKBTS. F rom New Y ork to W Umlngton $1539 Do. Weldon 12 00 Do. Norfolk and Portsmouth 8 50 From Philadelphia to Wilmington,N. C....14 00 Do. Weldon lo 00 Do. Norfolk and Portsmouth 6 50 From Baltimore to Wilmington, N. C 12 00 Do. Weldon..... 8 00 Do. Norfolk and Portsmouth 5 00 For further information and Through Tickets, apply in New York at the New Jersey Railroad Office, foot of Qpurtland street; in Philadelphia at the Philadelphia and Baltimore Railroad Office, in Liberty street; in Baltimore at the Office of the Baltimore Steam Packet Company, foot of Union Dock, or on board of the Bay steamers. Omnibuses and Baggage Wagons are provided on the Line, by which j>assencrers and their bag gage are conveyed through Philadelphia and Bal timore free of all expense, and Baggage Conduc tors whose duty It Is to give information and cheek the baggage to the several points on this route, accompany the passenger-. Passengers from New York and Philadelphia will have their baegaue cheeked to Baltimore and thence on boerd the Bay Boats to Norfolk, Ports mouth, Weldon, Ac., Ac. The new and splendid steamer LOUISIANA, 1,120 tons burthen, replete with everv comfort and convenience, has t>een added to the line. TIIE LIN E BE1N G N O W COM - posed of the splendid steamers LOUISIANA. Capt. George W. Russel, and NORTH CAROL1NAf Capt. James Canon, hav ing unsurpassed State Rooms and Berth Accom modations. ? The Norfolk or Bav I.ine Steamers will leave the Company's wharf. Union Dock. ft>ot of Con cord street, daily (Sundays excepted) at 5 o'clock, p. m., or Immediately after the arrival of the Ex press Train which leaves New York at 8 a. m., and Philadelphia at 12)f p. m. The following Is the schedule: Leave New York at 8 o'clock, a. m. Leave Philadelphia at 12# o'clock, p. m. Leave Baltimore at 5 o'clock, p. m. I^eave Portsmouth at 7Jf o'clock, a. m. Leave Weldon at 12 o'clock, noon. l^ave Wilmintrton at 9^ o'clock, p. m. For Augusta. Charleston and the South, via the Manchester Railroad, now finish^. lO" Passengers for Richmond and Petersburg, or any other points on James River, connect with the James River Boats early next morning after leaving Baltimore. ICT" All passengers for Edenton, Plymouth, Newbern, Washington. Weldon, Goldsboro', Warsaw, Raleigh and \\ llrniniMon. N. C., or any other.soint on the Seabord and Wilmington Roads, will nnd it the most pleasant and agreeable route. M. N. FALLS, Agent. Baltimore, May 17,1955. FOR. PHILADELPHIA* aga PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON A BAL TIMORE RAILROAD?Passenger trains leave Baltimore daily (except Sundays) for Phila delphia at 8 30, (Express) and 11 a. m., and 7 p. m. For Havre de Grace at 8.30 and It a. m.; 5.30 (Havre de Grace Accommodation Trains) and 7 p. in.: 7 p. m. train runs every night, this being the only train on Sunday. 11 a in train has a second class car attached ; fare In it to Philadelphia -52. No SECOND CLASS TICKETS sold in the cars. TRAI5S FOR BALTIMORE. Leave Philadelphia at 8.30 a. m., (l'J.45 Express and 3 p. m Steamboat) and II i>. in. Leave Havre de Grace at 7.30 a. in.; Havre de Grace Accommodation Trains 11.15 a.m., 3.15, 5.93 p. m., and 2.u6 a. m. WM CR AWFORD, Agent. Baltimore, April 30?tr THE NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES ,MAIL STEAMERS., rpHE SHIPS COMPRISING THIS LINE X are the ATLANTIC, Captain West, PACIFIC, Captain Nye, BALTIC. Captain Comstoek, ADRIATIC, Captain Grafton. These Ship* have been built by contract, express ly for Government service; everv care has been taken in their construction, as in the enirlnes. to insure strength and speed, and their accommoda tions for passengers are unequalled for elegance and comfort. phicb oir pamaai. From New York to Liverpool. In flrrtcabln, $120 Second cabin, - - - . . 70 Exclusive use rt extra size state moms. - 300 From Liverpool to New York, - ?30 and ?20 An experienced Surgeon attached to each ship. No berth can be secured until paid for. For freight or passage apply to EDWARD K COLLINS A CO., 50 Wall street, New York. BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO., Liverpool. E Q ROBERTS A CO., 13 Klnir's Arms Yard, London. JOHN MUNROE A CO.. 26 Rue Notre Dame de* Virtolres. Paris. GEORGE H DRAPER. Havre The owners of these shlj* will not be accounta ble for gold, sliver, bullion, specie, Jewelry, pre cious stones, or metals, unless bills of lading are signed therefor, and the value thereof therein ex pressed. nov 16?ly MOTT BEDELL'S LINE, NEW YORK, ALEXANDRIA, WASHING TON CITY, AND DISTRICT OF COLUM BIA PACKETS. This line of packets sails week ly from pier 14 East river, N?*w York, and oflener if necessary, and Is oo^j-oaed of the fol lowing first-class vessels: New sclrr A. V. Bsdbll, Bedell, master. Newsch'rMoTT Bbdki.l, A. V. Tredwell. Sch'r Ah* D., Win. Oliver, master. Sch'r Volant, L. A. Smith, ina<er. Sch'r Comma *dk&-ix-Chikf, Woglum, master. Sch'r GtKRHWiY, Wilson, master. These v<?sels are all fast sailers, and the masters are men of exnerience in the trade, and the only regular line of Washington City packets. MOTT BEDELL, Wall street. New York. 8. S MASTERS A SONS. Alexandria, Va. THOMAS RILEY, feb 1?8m Washington and D. of C. FOR MOUNT VERNON. ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS?FARE, round trip, 81; from Alexandria ? -IT^ 75 cents ?The steamer THOMAS. COLLYER leaves Washington at 9, and Alexan dria at U)? o'clock Coaches leave the Capitol for the boat at 8]^ o'clock Coach fare 10 cents. Per sons wishing the coaches will leave their residence with George A Thomas Parker. Refreshments on the boat. oct 2fc??if SAM'L GEDNEY, Captain. FOR PHILADELPHIA. CITIZEN'S UNION LINE ?The Steamer OHIO, Capt. Trippe.wiU com mence running on this lonir-estab-. __ lished route, for Philadelphia, on MO^'l>AY~, April 2, leaving Union Dock, foot of Concord st., Baltimore, daily (except Sundays) at 7 o'clock a. in., stopping at Ford's I,audhig and Port Her man. Fare Cabin passage 50 Fare Forward Deck 1 so O-BIIEAKFAST and SUPPER provided on Board. WM. CRAWFORD, Agent. Baltimore, March 31?tr SEA BATHING AT OLD POINT COM FORT. ONE OF THE BALTIMORE STEAM PACK ET CO.'S STEAMERS will leave the Union Dock, foot of .4";*^ cord street, Baltimore, daily (Sunaavsexcepu-d) at 5 o'clock p. in., for Old Point Comifort. JET* Fare there and back S6?giving the passen gers the privilege to remain tl*e whole season. M.N. FALLS, Agent B. S. P. Co. Baltimore, June 1?tr PIANOS?PIANOS. Pianos from the old and celebrated manufactories of Hallet, Davis A Co., Boston; Baron A Raven, New York ; Knabe, Gaehle A Co., Baltimore. Those Pianos we guarantee In every respect to be Inferior to none others. We take old Pianos in part payment, accept good endorsed notes for 2, 3, and 6 months, in fact make almost any arrangement to suit purchasers. We have alto several second hand Pianos for sale low and upon easy terms. Also, Guitars, Violins, Flutes, Accordeons, Mu sic, Strings, Ac. Persons can have their Pianos tuned and repaired by leaving their names with JOHN F ELLIS, je 30? * 3U0 Pa. avenue. T\TEW MUSIC..?ThePresldent's Mounted Guard il Quickstep, composed by Robert Hedar, has jtmt been published by the subseribew. The tftte page !s mosrt elegantly embellished HIITOUS A H1TZ. Music fubiiahtrt, Depot la Star Jftfidlng*. IM ? ^t?cel?br?tFedAW ?'" GERMAN BITTERS, _ rurAiiD it Dr. C. H. JACKSON, Philadelphia. Pa., WILL BVVSCTUALLT CCB* LIVSB COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, Jaundt*, Chront* or JV?re??? Debility, D?? ?OM4 of the Kidnsyt, and all Disease4 arising from a Disordered , Liter or Stomaek I Bach as Constipation, Inward Piles, Folln** or

Blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nau sea, Heartburn. Di*gu?t for food. Fullnt**, or Weight In the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sink - log or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach Swimming of tha Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering ot the Heart. Choking or Suffocating Sensations when in a lying Posture Dimness of Vision, Dot* of Wet* before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head, Defi ciency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side. Back, Cheet, Limbs Ac., Sudden Flushes of Heat Burning in the Flesh, Constant Imaginings of Evil, and great Depression of Spirits. rjiHE PROPRIETOR, in calling the attention -1- of the public to this preparation, does so with a feeling or tha utmost confidence in its virtues and adaptation of it to the diseases for which It is recommended. It is no new and untried article, but one that has stood the test of a ten years1 trial before the Amer ican people, and its reputation and sale is unri valled by any similar preparations extant. The testimony in Its favor given by the mo?t promi nent and well-known Physicians and individuals, in all parts of the country is immense. The fol lowing from North Carolina is respectfully sul> mitted, referring any who may still doubt, to the "Memorabilia.'1 or' Practical Receipt Book, for Farmer* and Families, to be had gratis of all the Agents for the German Bitter*. Principal Office and ManulSctorv, 120 ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA, l'A. tTESTIMONY FROM NORTH CAROLINA. Certificate of Dr. W. Smith, of Pine Hill, Rich mond Couniy, fi. C. Hill, March 4,1854. Dr. C. M. JACtsox. Philadelphia? Dear Sir: I have been a subiect of Dyspepsia. In its worst form, for the last five years." Sueh was my condi tion for twelve months that the physician* and all who saw me said I must die. While in.this con dition I was carried to the watering places in Vir ginia, Tennessee, and North Carolina, but was not benefitted by any water to which I was taken. W hile on my wav home 1 stopped a week at R uth erfordton, a small village in North Carolina, to tnr the effect of some Chalyheate water in that place. About the last of the week I went into a drug store to get some medicine for my child and myself. There were several of the village physi cians in the store, and one of them seemed to take some interest in my case, and, after asking me some questions, said he had been a dyspeptic and had been greatly benefitted by the use of IIOOIN LAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, prepared by vou, and he insisted that I would try the Bitters' He also called the next day at my room, ami in sisted so much that I would try them that I asked him to get me one bottle. He did it, and I com menced taking it as directed, and I was more ben efitted by it than all the water and medicine I had ever taken. After reaching home one of mv neighbors came to me for a prescription and medicine, (he a dys peptic,) and I gave him nearly all the Bitters I had left, which effected much good in his case. He has often called on me for more of the same kind of medicine, saying he was more benefitted by it than any other lie had taken, but I have not >?een able to get any more for him or myself since : will you, therefore, please ship me a d0*111 or more as soon as possible. Respectfully, yours, W.SMITH. D. R. IIOOKKR, Roger's Store, Wake Co., N C , October lS5d, safs : ' "Having exi?erienoed very great benefit from the useof HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS in Chronic Dysentery and functional derangement of the Liver, and its concomitant evils. I am desirous of obtaining a quantity of it for the benefit of my community. \ ou will, therefore, please send a lot, Ac., Ac. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J. ATWOOD. IlrNTsviLLK, Yadkin Co.. N. C ? T. ? ? November 1st, lri55. J Dr. C. M. Jackson?Dear Sir: Allow me to ex press to you my sincere thanks for your discovery of a medicine which, to say the least of it, has ef fected a cure that all other medicines, that I have taken, have entirely failed todo. HOOFLAND"^ k^KMAN BITTERS have cured me of the most stubborn and aggravated case of the tiles that perhaps, ever feU to the lot of man. Mv case is not a stranger in this community, as I am well known in this and the surrounding counties and can truly say that my recovery has astounded all my friends and relations, as I had tried everything recommended, and nothing did m^anv "ood un til I was prevailed upon to try the Bftters You are at liberty to make any use of this communica tion for tbe benefit of the afflicted, vou may thin* proper. Truly, yours, ' 3 y ln* WM. J. ATWOOD. These bitters are entirely vtgetnbl?. they invig orate and strengthen the systemf never pwfrate It. and can be used for infants as wen as Jdults. r or sale by res]>ectable dealers everywhere, and by Z. D. GILMA.N, Washington: J L KID WELL, Georgetown, ami JgR. >IERP(?\t~ Alexandria. mar 1-1 y ' PRIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE on TBS PHILOSOPHICAL VIEW OF MARRIAGE, BT M. B. LA CROIX, M. D?, AVB ANY, N. Y., ID" 250 Pag** and 130 Fine. Plain, ami Cdkrcd Lithographs and Plates. Price only Twenty-Five Cents. Sen' Free of Postage to all pnr.'i of the Unio*. CHEAPEST BOOK EVER PUBLISHED? and c<?nta!ning nearly double the quantity* of rending matter in that of the FIFTY CENT OK DOLLAR PUBLICATIONS. It treats' <m tie PHYSIOLOGY OF MAURI AGE, and 11? 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PPQPOSAL8 will be received at this depart ment until tb? 2?th day of intuit next, at li o'clock, m., for furnishing (wrought, fitted, and delivered In a proper state to put into tne building) all the material for the exterior wall* of the seeth wing of the extension of tha Treasury Department building, which will be either granite or marble, as may hereafter be deteminwl. The bidder whow bid Is accepted, to have the nrivll?g? of furnishing the material for the outside of the re mainder of the building whan Congreea ma> made the neccssanr appropriations for Its construc tion, provided that at that time It Is deemed for the interest of the United State* to give it to him. The department reserving the right to reject the proposal* hereby invited, should the it})wrest of the United State* require it. The stones must all be wronght to the dimen sions, sites, models, Ac., which may be tarnished by this department, by which all measurements will be governed On the court or rear side of the exterior the walls will be plain ashler, with plain window o(*niags of equal height in the three typper stories, and crowned witn a cornice similar to the roar of the present building, without the architrave and frlexe On the remaindor of the exterior walls, the col umns and antae, their capital*and basrs, the enta blature and balustrade, tne window and doordrcs singt. Ac., the style of architecture of the present building, so ftir as ornament Is concerned, will be S reserved throughout, with the exception of the oor and window openings, which may be varied, except those in the east end of the two wings. The sizes, shape, and dimensions of the column*, antae, capitals, hues. and crown section of the entablature and balustrade will be the same as in the present building. If of granite, the shaft of the columns mav be either in one or three pieces of equal length. "The base and capital of the columns and antae will ?arh be In one piece. The architrave of theentab lature will extend In one length from centre to cen tre of antae or column, and those over the latter to 1* composed of but one block, with both side* and bottom wrought, together with such parts of the top as may be required. Those over the antae, the outer toce and the top and bottom edge. The face of the ashler must tie perfectly wrought to the sample, with all the necemary heads, re lates, returns, Ac . required The bnild*. ends, Ac ., rough hammered to the square All re bates. mouldings., ornamental and 'levelled work must be clean wrought, and agreeably to the direc tions given by the superintendent. If marble is used, tne shafts of the columns may lie In four and five piece*; the architrave in one length from centre to centre of the columns or antae: but over the former mav be computed of three separate blocks, one laying ttatwi*e. forming the underside and the first m? mbe' ? each edge; the other two standing on edge , forming the inside and outside faces of the same. Those over the antae must be in one block. The measurement of the material and Work de livered. and the payment therms will made agre? ably to the following form and schedule, and all bids must lie made accordingly. Schedule or rule for the measurement of materials to be delivered, viz : Cornice.per foot in length. Including cost of stock, freight, and workmanship 8 Architrave over column, including cost of ? stock, freight, and workmanship Architrave over antae, including cost of stock, freight, and workmanship Capitals of columns, each Including cost of ^ stork, freight, and workmanship. Capitals of antae. each, including cost of stock, freight, and workmanship Bases of antae. each, including cost of slock, freight, and workmanship Bases of column, each, inducing cost of sto? k. freight, and workmanship. Shafts of column, in one piece. Including cost of stock, freight, and workmanship.. Shafts of column, in three or more pieces, inclnding cost of stock, freight, and werk manship Plain steps. (with a cross section of 1 7 by 6)$ tor inches.) per foot la length, inclu ding cost of stock, freight, and workman ship Platforms. 3 feet wide, length not exceeding lit feet, including stock, freight, and work manship, per superficial root of surface seen For any greater width than 3 feet, up to ^ feet, an increase of price per superficial f>>ot for each additional 3 inches of width of All the other stones of the building whose width does not exceed three times their thickness will be measured as follows: The stock In all stones whose contents do not exceed 3o cubic f?-et. will lie measureet and paiii for by the cubic contents, at per cubic foot 9 For all stones exceeding 3' feet <*?nd not ex ceeding TO cufi!c feet, for each additional foot an additional price of. per cubic foot. For all stones exc*-eding TO cubic feet in con tents, for each additional foot an additional price of. per cubic foot For stones of greater width than three times their thickness, there will be iwid an additional price of per cent for each additional three inches lu width. The work on the above will be measured and paid f<?r by the superficial foot. For each super ficial foot "of line hammered granite work seen, equal to No. 1 hammering on Boston custom-bouse, per superficial foot * No. 2 hammering on Boston custom-house, per superficial Foot No 3 hammering on Boston custom-house, per superficial foot No. 4 hammering on Boston custom-house, per superficial root For all beds, builds, ends, backs, Ac., ham mered full to the square, as ordered, r>er superficial fort Each bidder to furnish a sample?a cube of .-*ic foot of the stone he proposes to deliver, with five faces hammered, giving on four sides his under standing of the nlKive four qualities of ham merit*;: the fifth side, his rough hammering: while the sixth may show the rough stock; and this will lie i:sod as a ouuidard in judging of the stock de livered. If < f marine, the fwv of the ashler mii-t be ham mered in the most perfect manner. agroeatilv to a sample of the size a!iove named, to be furnished by the bidder: and the surface seen will be meas ured and paid for at ? per superficial foot. For hammering of beds, ouilds, backs, Ac., full to the square, an per same, ? ptj superficial foot. If the above te sand rubbed, per cm!. U to be added. For hammering of channels and relates, not ex ceeding 4 by 2 inches, cant additional pec tineal foot. For hammering of mouldings of one curve. per cent, additioiialupon thtc?.*?t of plain workj of two curves, per cent, upon plain work, i<er su perficial foot. ' 1 Each arris on same, cents per lineal foot. For hammering lieveilwl work. per cent ad ditional to j>lain work; but to apply only to the part cut off from the square work, and which is In uo case to be measured in the plain work. For hammering of circular work, per ccul additional to plain work. N inety per cent, of the amount of the work done and material delivered, according to the contra**', price, (said amount to be ascertained bv the esti mate or the superintendent appointed for that pur pose.) will be [.aid from time to time as the work proceeds, and ten per cent retained until the com pletion of the contract and accptance of the work, J:c., by the superintendent aforesaid. Contracts will be awarded only to master build ers or mechanics; and the assignment thereof, ex cept by consent of the Secretary of the Treasury, will be a forfeiture of the same* Every proposal must be accompanied by a writ ten guarantee, signed by two responsible "persons, (c.ertilied to l?e so by the district atto.ney or judg'' of the said district) that the bidder will, when re quired, if his proposals lie accepted, enter Into a contract and bond, with proper and sutfirieut se curities. in the sum of filly thousand dollars, for the faithful performance of the same, if for the whole work, and of a proportionate amount if for a part thereof. Any Information touching the mat ter can be obtained by application to the Treasury Department. Proposals will also lie received up to the afore said date for furnishing and delivering at the site, by the perch, the rough stone for the foundation, cellar. ujkI area walls of said building, and must lie of the very best description for that purpo?e. They will be required in such quantities and at such times as will be most for the convenience of the operation on the work, and in quality, to the entire approval of the superintendent. The de partment reserving the right to reject the proposals hereby invited if the interest of the United Stales should require it. The proposals must be sent to this department, directed to the superintendent, under cover to the Secretary of the Treasury, (endorsed '? Mnt, rial* for the Treasury Building; Extensionsndv ill lie opened at eine o'clock, p. m., of the la.--t day fixed for receiving the same, in the presence of the bidders, if any choose to attend. U iol>m..?.l \T~. . L.' Va/ Sun nian, Philadelphia: Day Book and Shin. New. York; Post, Boston; Argus. Portland. Me.; Patriot. Conci?rd, N. II.; and Argus, Albany, N. Y.. two times each week for sixty day*. Bill to be sen', to Secretary of the Treasury'. A. H BOWMAN, Sup't of Treasury Building Extension, je Ti?SawSrtdays. on to iny & FINE WATCHES. HAVING made a considerable addition to my stock of GOLD HUNTING PAT- *3 ENT LEVERS.and LAD1ES' WATCH ES. of first quality, heavy 19 carat cases. Also. SILVEK WATCHES for boys 1 offer them at greatly reduced prices. 1 he movements are selected with great care, and every Watch is WAiEi ntid. Persons In want of a fine tlm^eeper are Invited to examine my assortment. H. HP. MR EN, No. 390 Pa. aveaue, t*tw. and 10th at*, max X) Britic PROPVMU FOR EI VK OAK FOB. SIX STEAM ?LOOm-OF*W1R| NAVY DeTaRTMF.NT. 1 ? ?? C?imT?rcTio?, F^nr't.Af , > Job*" a. IW \ SKA LED PROPOSAL* for delivering mora live-oak fr+imm of a aktop-ofwar? be drllwnl at each of the nary Tarda at p? ?ola, Norfolk. Philadelphia. New York, bo andFortamouih. X II.?will be recalled at bureau until the 3d September, 1855 TLeto proposal* must be endorsed " Propcimlt <cr L *?? Oolr," and addreaeed to the 14 flarree , - ~ Janaa ?/ that thev ma* be dltting aiahed from athar be tineas 1 attars The off era moat be for the w(iola of acta frame, aet) mated at thirty thouaand cubie fott and, a* required by law, not be accompanied by a suitable gnarantee, the farm of which is herewith given, sureties la the fall estimated aruonnt will be reqotrad to aign the con tract, and. as additional and collateral sweritv, fifteen per cant will be withheld on the anoaht of each delivery until the oontract Is fnliy eont pleted In all deliveries of the timber there mwt tie a due proportion of the m**t d.Cicult parts of the frame, and of the principal } locea, otherwise there will be such further amocut In addition to the fifteen per rent a* mar he judged expedient to secure the public Interest until sneh principal pit-ces and difficult portions shall be dillvertd. The remaining eighty-five per cent or other pro portions of ouch bill when appro v?d In triplicate uy the commandant of the yara. will be paid by such navy agent as the contractor tnav name, within thirty days after its presentation to'him It will be stipulated In the contract that if de fault be made by the |wrtW of the first part in de livering the tlmtier named, of the quality aad at the time and place provided, then, and in that cane, the contractor and hit sureties will forfait and pay to the United States, as llqnldaUd dam iur?*. a sum of mcney caual to twice the amount of the contract rrice tnere agreed upon as the price to he laid la case of the actual delivery thereof, whicn liquldaWd damages mav be iaao*> er*d or retained at anv time from the said part toe of the fir*t part or cither of them The timber must conform to drawing* and In structions with which the contractor will be fi nished. and work to moulds and beveling* With which he will be originally provided fW>m the United State* navy vard at rhiladelt htv. Tha whole must lie eat from trr*?s growing wlttiln thirty mile* of the sea. of which the commandant of the yard will require satisfactory evidence. The frame timber may tie delivered in the fbrm of promiscuous timber?that is. tided straight and fair, but rough-hewed the moulding wav, allow ing a face of two-thirds the siding; the timber need not be bevelled, but mas' be of snfflclent xtxa to work the shape of the moulds and hold the bevelling* shown on the bevelling boards In the measurement, the full moulding die marked on the moulds (which Is one and a half inch larger than will be worked la the ship) will '* allowed, provide the piece* will hold that six*; but no additional size beyond that marked in the moulds or In the instructions will lie paid for. The siding of the stem, apron, fore dead wood, stemson, deed wood knees, stern-p<at knee, and keelsons, must be n-w inches; the stern-post and after dead wood to si.ic 2T? inches in the largest place, and the hooks to side 14 inches. The siding or the frame tim?*T must be 13to 14 inches, and of the promiscuous timber, one-fourth part must side 1- inches, and the remainder 13jf inches The throat of the floor timber to mould 17K Inches, at the tloor head 14 Inches, and at the plank shear 7 inches. , The midship or dead flat floor timliev has a curve of inches in fret; the first futtock 4 Incbea in 17 feet; the second futtock M inches in 13 feet; the third futtock 27 inches in 13 feet; the fourth futtock 4 inches In 14j| f t.*, and the top timber 10 inches in 17 feet. The entire frame of each skip to be delivered at the reaj?ertive yard* at the ri?k and expense of the contractor, subject to the usual inspection, to the entire approval of the bureau, and all to be udiiv. ered on or before the 1st of October, 1S5G Person* who mav be disposed to offer for mora than one ship will make a separate proposal for each. ? FORM OF OFFER. I. ? of the State of ? hereby agrae to furnish and deliver at the United States navy yard at . the whole of the live oak flintier for o?? ship, estimated at thirty thousand cubic feet, be the v. me, more or less, hi conformity with the ad vertisement of the Bureau of Construction of the date of 22d J une, l-vS5. vlx : Stem*, apron, *tem*on, dendwoods, stern-post, stern-post knee*, dead wood knees, keelsons, ana hooks, estimated to contain? 3.WD cubic ft, at ? per tl?9 Frame llmlierof all other kinds estimated at 2M0P cubic ft, at ? prr ft? Promiscuous tim ber, amounting to f.onn cubic ft. a! ? prr ft? Total amount. 5 (Total value to be written In word* ) Should any oflfer be accepted. I request to lie ad drv^-ed at , and the contract forwarded to the navy agent at , or to me at , fox signature and certificate. (Late.) (Signature) form of guarantee. The undersigned , of , in the State of .and of j of . in the State of hereby guaranty that, in case the foregoing bid he acceiHed. he or they will, within ten davs after the receipt of the contract at the post office' named or navy agent designated, execute the contract for the same with wood and sufficient sureties; in cawj said shall ndl to enter into contract as afore. said, we guaranty to make good the difference be. tween the oflVr of the mid and that which may be accepted. Slgrmtofc of two pTatrentrrs, i *.? (Date.) 5 D Witness: I hereby certify that tbe Bbovr-rmmsd A E aad CD are kt?Awn to me as men of property, and able to make tbetr guarantee. (Date.) (Signature) (To b* bf Ik* Vmittd Statei dtntnct Lmtted Stores district atton*m, folUctor of anry ?cest, ast! so fliWri ) * June 4JS??tewtfw [No 594 ] \OTIrE OF THE ESTABLIM1MEAT xl of an additional land district In tbe Stale ctf California ?Whereas under the provisions of tha actCongrats, approved March 3. 1?53. enlitltd, ;? A,n U> provide for the survey of the public ? -ud in California/ 'Ac ., the President of the Uni t?sl States is authorliod at &uch time or times as in his judgment the public iutcreat may so impera tively require, # a a a to divido the State of California into two or three seiiarate land districts, two of which districts weir estab lished under said act by public notice, dated 21st March, 1U93; and wheri** the surveys and settle ments have extended in California so that the convenience of the settlers and tbe public interest require the establishment of the throe districts au thorized by the act of the 3d March. loi3, afore said? Now. therefore, be it known, that under, and by authority of the said act of Congress of 3d March, lt-53. the President of tbe United States has direct ed that the State of California shall !*? divided into three separate land district*, the boundariec of which are as follows, vlr.; All that part of the Suite, commencing on the Pacific coast, lying north of the liue *batwn<u townships seven and eight (7 and t-) north of Mount Ldabie base line, thence running east oa said line to the meridian, thence south on the me rldian line to the line dividing townships threw and four (3 and 1) north of naid i?ase line, tbeuc* east on said line betwscn towushijis throe and four to the eastern boundary of the State, will form tha "Upper I?i*TEicT,'f the land office fbr which has been established at 3f'iry>r?7ic. All tiiat 1 art t.f the State lving south of th? above described limits and north ?f the line divid ing townships twenty and twenty one. sooth, (or fifth standatd south) will form the '*M:i>hlb Disikict." the office fi>r which is at?<airia, and all that part of the Slate lying south at tha fifth standard parallel the" l-owis DtsTtiaT ? as heretofore organised, the office for * hich 1* tabiishod at Los Ar.ptioi; ai?d in view of tba said direction of the President of the United States, under the act of Congress aforesaid, the boundaries above mentioned >hall in future be re garded a* the limit* of said Land districts respeo lively. Gi ven under my hand at the city o WasMnjrtoa. this ninth day of April. A. 1) By order of the President: ? JOHN WILSON, Commissioner General l^cd Office ap 12?law!3w VEW lKIOKS RECEIVED AT 11 MMLLiNaTOMm The Watchman : will l?e found a fitting com 1 an ion to the popular and simple story of th? Lamplighter The Missing Uride. by Mrs. Sonthworth The Two Guardians, by tbe author of iieartaca** Ll&neh I<oruood. a tale of modern life. A Book of Thoughts, Memories and Fancies, by Mrs. Jameaon Peeps from a Belfry, or the Pari# Sketch Bock Leaves from a Family Journal, by tbeAnthorof Attic Philosopher >? 1'aris Joy and Care, a friendly book for young mothers, by Mr*. Suthiil All the new books published received mmedi ately afterwards, and everything in the Stationery line' for sale at SHILMXGTON S Bw k*cre, Odeon Building, eor. st and Ta ava. je 1?tr Ale st?a>ceki visiting tha City should see Hunter's CaU logoe of the crcrioailie* of the Patent office. Al so. his l)e*riplioi? of Powell's Great Pictures H INTER Is to be seen at 496 Klafh street may 31?3m* DO YOU WAWT FIRST RATE 111 ctaetn ' ftfl at ones lo AHN Y. 1 he was ffwuaded a MKJ'Al. bathe Mem?i>olitauMechanics' lnst)n.te ft>r ir 1 udcitt: gay tt actg