Newspaper of Evening Star, July 11, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated July 11, 1855 Page 4
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EVENING STAR THE FLO WEES' PXTITIOH. We flowers and shrubs in cities pent, Froot fields and country places rent, (\V ithoutour own or friends' consent;) In desperate condition, Vet on no wilfnl outrage bent, l>o humbly here petition. "Whereas, against our silent Wilis; With loss of sun and purling rills, Cooned up in p<?ts, on window tills, In rickety old boxes? The city's breath our beauty kills, And makes us gray as foxes. Condemned in walls of brick and lime, In narrow beds of clay and slime, To ope our buds and shed our prime? We need some kind defender; We pray, oh, let us live our time, As we are very tender .' Oh, cheat us not of Heaven's dews, IVor air (however stale) refuse; God knows 'tis little we can use, So choked are all our vitals, No slightest care will we abuse; Nor fail in fond requitals. We'll breathe our delicate perfumes: We'll glad your eyes with choicest blooms; But do not shut us up in rooms, Or stifliug crowuwl places? The ?ky. in clouds and light, assumes To us far lovelier faces. Our sooty and bedraggled fate, (Our evergreens turn chocolate,) Do we ascribe to spite or hate ? No: we are sure you love us; Yet, half ashamed, We beg to state We love the sun above us. Then treat us in your gentlest ways, And next unto the sun's own rays, With beauty's homage, incense-praise, We ever will caress you, And to the ending of our days In grateful silence bless you. rFA French officer, serving before Scbag ?opol, teils the following story in a private letter to a friend in Paris. It shows that Ruf fian soldiers are not deficient in humor: " We often see a white flag hoisted to the top of a pole, and hear the trumpet sound in the Rus sian ambuscades. This of course means 4 flag uf truce.' At "nee the fire ceases, and a vast jiumber of heads are seen to pop up from un der the earth to the open air. The Russians hold up to the French Dottles and glasses, as if they invited them to drink each other's health. The bearer of the flag of truce advances on horseback, stops at about one hundred paces fn>m our trenches, whilo the nearest French officer goes forward to receive the dispatches. I yesterday witnessed a meeting of tne kind. The parlemcntaire courteously took his glove from his right hand and shook that of a cap tain of chasseur* who had gone out to meet him. The jhirlemeutairc retires, the white flag is pulled down, and the murderous din recommences as before." Mr. William King, of Augusta, Ga., on a wager, undertook to break forty-five bottles cut of fifty?to be thrown up at the distance of ten yards, lie broke forty out of fifty-two? the latter tw > were hit but not broken. This wager was ihot in fifty-six minutes time, wash ing out his gun three times during that period. He afterwards wagered to break ten out of fifteen bottles, at the distance of twenty yards, the bottles to be thrown ten to twelve feet ir? the air. lie broke ten out of twelve. At Sandusky, Ohio, a cotton rag satu rated with oil, was left on a p?. w of the Pres byterian church there, and tne next day the rag was found in ushes and the pew burning. By way oi experiment, another rag saturated with oil was placed thero and in three hours became too hot to be handled. MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. Kamt. Leaven For Day. Pacihc Liverpool New York...June30 North Star...Havre .New York....June3U Arago Southampton..New York....July 4 Baltic New York Liverpool July 11 Hermann....New York Bremen July 14 117* The California steamer* leave New York on the 5th and 2tth of each month. ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS. Browns' Hotel?i. p. A x. brow*. J W Davis A lady, NU F O'Neill. SO J Hines. do C Toley. do D C McGuthn, Va J Metdea, Va J Neell A lady. Md J C Doonan, Ga B F Gwynn A lady, do W E O'Connor, SC W Earle'r A sister, do Mrs Garrison, Pa J Bern man and family, L Goldenbert;, Mas* Tenn V K Kersey A lady, ft J A Banks, Vt E W Bacon, do H Banks, do E J Smith. Va J Doll A family, NC W R Cornwell. NY Mi*s M J Manaevllle, E W Knapp. Md do J M Burke, Me Col Ege, Md II N Rice, Mo Judge LegTand. do J B Henderson, do O B Wilson, do T W Campbell A ladv T Biddle. Pa Va X' Miss S Biddle. do Mis* Prvor, do E H Day, Ga Mi.*s Jones, do L B Northrup, SC J Fitzgerald, do H P Northrup. do F H Pendleton, do H B Cunningham, do M B Pendleton^ do A Brooke. Md R L Coleman, do M Cohen, do D Coghill Will arris' Hotel?a a. A i.e. willabd. C W Dabney, Va Hon S Plancet, Venezula J D Barnard. Ga J Debrin, NY A Talcott. Va B Bert rand do E Dean. NY D Moore. Ala Mr Holmes. NC li Morgan, do C A Moore, La R Prvor A P Morse, do Hon W L Lee and lady, E M Morse. do Sandwich Islands Hon J E .Morse, do A Wakman, NY W H Brown, NY P Van Alstyne, do A Welch J W Preacott, La W W Michaux, Va J B Ferris C Lull, Ala W T Minor Hon Judge Gilchrist, W A Bradford and lady, A R Jenkins, Md G W McCadd, O Col G Wright, FSA B W'inspierre. Italy F Mallory J McKinatrv. iTSA F Mallory, jr T R Rogers, XJ W Glanning. Pa O W Davis A lady, do J T Alblnger, do National Hotel?x d. willabd. C J Swift. Va Z C Lee, Md C C Chaiuplain A lady, Mr Bunt, do . Ohio J Steele, do Miss L Reese. Md R Moiris, do M B Reese, do C Adams A duu, NY J F Moure haul & lady, J E Titus, 111 Prof I?eGrath, I'a O \ ail, F J J Holahan, do B Chaplin, do Lt F B R.nshau USN A Kobmett Pa R P Gray, lady A Uster, B Kahns, O Ind W H Bittencourt. NC S II I'terMMi. NY W C Bittencourt, do W Thompson, Md Mr Hickey, Mi D Kerr, ft Mm Hickey, do FB Green, Md F X Branan. Md M Wilson, do M P Jones, USN ' k irk wood llonse?j. u. A a. kibxwood. J W Bryce, NY J M Hitchcock. Va Denny, Mass J S Beckhaiu. do 11F w L Rilty?Mo Mis* M K Frame, do A Vogeler. Md T Borroercity p Jones, do J. S w,,KIa**,* Ij c Cou,bs 4 family?do J. U *,Voolford-Md H R Bowie. do J M Gregory A son, Va S Belden, Tex 1 nitcd States Hotel?a c. backbit. C F Fadev, V* j Stetland Va ? "T,hr,0n.' SC W Andrews. do o W J ohM, do 11 T Harrington, Md CM?, '?a J T Mrson/do w "a,"??* W illards' Hotel?Old Point Comiort, Vn. R H Adams, lady and W Watta, Portsmouth dau. Ala IR Cook, do Miso Whiting, Va J H Andrews, do Mrs Shepard A servant. R H Parker, Va Mathew co W Rowe. Norf Mrs Jarvis, child A svt, J B Strang, do ? u 11 F tfSN MrsShreve*. Petersburg R C Gwatham La W Gregg, lady, 3 chiin J W Garaett. ^uex , ... CC Haaecue. Bait W S Bromley and lady, Mrs M A Fisher, do ?do?, , . J W Raw. liffe A lady, do Mrs Speed, do H DoucrJa*, usa W Waller, child A .vt, A Ray i lady Wash Williamsburvh C MoU, do J R da Costa. Va Mrs Ray, do C P Magiura and lady, Mr Ramsey, do Nashville Capt Archot, USA Miss Johnson, do Capt Winder do R Rlfif ?* ?Tt, Norf J Honcure, NY W FTaney A svt Va E E Burruas, Norf O Winder A son, Norf C McCourk, do R M Butler, do E Garnett A two ladles C G Rogers, do do ' C J Crakman, Portsmh N Evans A % ladies do E D Garrett, 5iorf W A T\xid,do R S Franch A .vt, NC J P Prince, Richmond B P Lef, jr, Norf R H Decker, NC TPS!' f J Green do and 191 others CARTER'S ? SPANISH MIXTURE. THE GREAT PURIFIER OF THE BLOOD! MOT A PARTICLB OF MIICI'RT III IT. AN INFALLIBLE REMEDY for Scrofula. King's Evil, Rheumatism. Obstinate Cutane ous Eruptions. Pimples or Pustules on the facs, Blotches. Boils, Chronic Sore Eyes. RlngWorm or Tetter, Scald Head. Enlanremant and Pain of the Bones and Joints, Stubborn Ulcers. Sy philitic Disorders, Lumbago. Spinal com plaints, and all the diseases arising from an in judicious use of Mercury, lmprudense In Life, or Impurity of the Blood THIS VALUABLE MEDICINE, which has become celebrated for the number of extraor dinary cures, effected through its agency, has in duced the proprietors, at the urgent request of their friends, to offer it to the public, which they do with the utmost confidence in its virtues and won derful curative properties. The following certill cates, selected from a large number, are. however, stronger testimony than the mere word of the pro prietors ; and are all from gentlemen well known in their localities, and of the highest respectabili ty, many of them residing in the city of Rich mond. Va. F. BOYDEN, Esq., of the Exchange Hotel, Richmond, known everywhere, says he'has seen the Medicine called Carter's Spanish Mix ture, administered in over a hundred cases, in nearly.all the diseases for which it is recommend ed, the most astonishingly good result*. He says it Is the most extraordinary medicine be has ever seen. AGUE AND FEVER?GREAT CURE ? 1 hereby certifv that for three years 1 had Ague and Fever of the most violent description. I had sev eral Physicians, took large quantities of Quininr. Mercury, and I believe all the Tonics advertised, but all 'without permanent relief. At last 1 tried Carter's Spanish Mixture, two bottles of which effectually cured me. and 1 am happy to say 1 have had neither chills or fevers siac'e. I con sider it the liest Tonic in this world, and the only medicine that ever reached my rase. JOHN LONGDEN. Braver DiTcn, near Richmond, Va. C. B. LUCK, Esq., now in the city of Rich mond. and for many years in the Post Offlce. has such confidence in the astonishing etfiracv of Car ter's Spanish Mixture, that he nas Innight up wards of 58 bottles, which he has given away to the afflicted. Mr. Luck savs he has never known it to fail when taken according to directions. Dr. MlNGE. a practising Physician, and for merly of the City Hotel, in the city of Richmond, says he has witnessed in a number of instances the effects of Carter'* Spanish Mixture, which were most truly surprising. He says in a case of Consumption, dependent on the Liver, the good effects were wonderful indeed. SAMUEL M DRINKER, of the firm of Drin ker A Morris, Richmond, was cured of Liver Complaint of three years standing, by the use of two bottles of Carter s Spanish Mixture. GREAT CURE OF SCROFULA ?The Edi tors of the Richmond Republican had a servant employed in their press room, cured of violent Scrofula, combined with Rheumatism, which en tirely disabled him from work. Two bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture made a perfect cure of him. and tne Editors, in a public notice, sav they ?'cheerfully recommend it to all who are afflicted with auy disease of the blood." STILL ANOTHER CURE OFSCROFULA. I had a very valuable boy cured of Scrofula by Carter's Spanish Mixture. I consider it truly a valuable medicine. JAMES M. TAYLOR, Con ductor on the R. F. and P. II. R. Co., Richmond. Va. SALT RHEUM OF TWENTY YEARS STAND I N't CURED.?Mr. JOHN THOMP SON . residing in the city of Richmond, was cured by three botues of Carter's Spanish Mixture, of Salt Rheum, which he had for nearly twenty year*, and which all the physicians of the city could not cure. Mr. Thompson is a well known merchant in the city of Richmond, and his cure is most remarkable. WM. A. MATTHEWS, of Richmond, had a servant cured of Syphilis, in the worst form, by Carter's Spanish Mixture. He says he cheerfully recommeuds it, and considers it a very Invaluable medicine. EDW1N BURTON. commissioner of the reve nue. says he has seen the good ell'ects of Carter's Spanish Mixture in a number of Syphilitic cases, and says it is a perfect cure for that horrible dis ease. WM. G IIARWOOD. of Richmond, cured of old Sores and Ulcers, which disabled him from walking. Took a few l>ottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, and was enabled to walk without a crutch, in a short time permanently cured. Principal Depots at M WARD, CLOSE A CO., No 8H Maiden Lane. New York. T. W DYOTT A SONS, No. 1M North Second street, Philadelphia BENNETT A BEERS, No IX Main street. Richmond. Va. And for sale by CHARLES STOTT, Washing ton. D C.; HEN'RY PEEL, Alexandria, and by Druggists everywhere. Pri ice SI per'bottie, or six bottles for S5. sep 21?ly INHALATION FOR THE CUT.X OF ASTHMA AND CONSUMPTION. NEW AND VERY WONDERFUL .'! ! Brought home to the door of the Million ' A WONDERFUL discovery has recently been made by Dr. Curtis, of this city, in the treat ment of Consumption. Asthma, and all disease* of the Lungs. \Vereferto Dr CURTIS'S HV OEANA, or INHALING HYGEAN VAPOR AND CHERRY SVRl'P. With this new me thod. Dr. C. has restored many afflicted one* to health, as au evidence of which he has innumera ble certificates. Speaking of the treatment, a phy sician remarks, "It is evident that inhaling?con stantly breathing an agreeable, healing vapor?the medicinal properties must come in direct contact with the whole serial cavities of the lungs, and thus e*caj>e the many and varied changes produced upon them when introduced into the stomach, and subject to the process of digestion." The Hyge ana is for sale at all the Druggists throughout the country.?N. V. Duickmam Jan 14. The Inhaler is worn on the breast under the lin en, without the least inconvenience?the heat of the body being sutlicient to evaporate the tl?:id Hundreds of cases of cures, Like the following, might be named. One package of the Itygeana has cured me of the Asthma of six years standing. J. F. KEESBERRY, P. M. of Duncannon, Pa. I am cured of the Asthma of ten years' standing by Dr. Curtis's Hygeana. MARGARET EASTON, Brooklyn, N. Y. MRS PAUL, of No 5 Hammond street, N. Y., was cured of a severe case of Bronchitis by the Hygeana. My sister has been cured of a distressing cough of several years' standing, and decided to l>e in curable by the physicians. She was cured in one month by the H vgeana. J . II. GACDERT, P. M. Richmond, Me. The Rev. Dr CHEEVER. of New York, testi fies of our medicine in the following language: New Yokk, Nov. 15, 1\>1. Dear Sir: I think highly of Dr. Curtis's Hyge ana as a remedy in diseases of the throat and lungs. Having had some opportunity to testify its eUi< a cv. I am convinced that it is a mostexcellent rem edy. both the Syrup and the inhaling application to the chest. Prof S. CENTER writos us as follows: Gentlemen?I have recently had occasion to test your Cherry Syrup and liygean Vapor, In a ca* of chronic sore* throat, that had refused to yield other forms of treatment, and the result has satis tied me that, whatever may be the composition of your preparation, it is no imposition, but an excel lent remedy. 1 wish, for the sake of the affiiHed, that it might lie brought within the reach of all. DR JOHNS, one of the most celebrated Physi etans in New York writes as follows : Dr. Curtis?Dear Sir?Having witnessed the excellent ell'ects of your Hygeana or Inhaling Hy gean Vapor and Cherry Syrup, in case of Chronic Bronchitis, and being'much iu favor of counter ir ritation in affections of the throat. Bronchial tubes and lungs, 1 can therefore cheerfully recommend your Medicated Aparatus as being tne most con venient and effectual mode of applying anything of the kind 1 have ever seen. No doubt thousands of persons may be relieved, aud many cured, by tiding your medicines. I must here be allowed to confess that I am op posed to prescribing or using secret compounds, but this little neatly contrived article, and its ef fects in the case above alluded to, have induced me to speak in its favor. You are at liberty to use this in any way you may think proper. Respectfully, your*, Ac., C. JOHNS, M. D . No 009 Houston street, N. Y. Price three dollars a package. Sold by CURTIS A PERKINS and BOYD A PAUL, 149 Chambers st., N. Y. Four packages sent free to any part of the Uni ted States for ten dollars. N B ? Dr. Curtis'* Hygeana istheORIU1NAL and ONLY GENUINE ARTICLE; all others are base imitations, or Vila and injurious counter feits. Shun them as you wauld POISON. For sale in Washington bv CHAS. STOTT. Pa avenue, near 7th street, and J. B MOORE. In the FIrst Ward. may 2U?dm MOREDUX; A tale?claiming to ba by Sir Walter Scott, 80c Abbott's History of Napoleon, t volumes, octavo Constance Herben. a novel, by Mtss Jewsbury, 37e i' The Controversy between Senator Brooks and Archbishop Hughes, 25c Ja l?- FRANCK TAYLOR DOCTOR HOOPLAflD'S CELEBRATED . GERMAN BITTERS, nmiip by Dr. C. M. JACKSON, Philadelphia, Pa., WILL EFFKCTrALLT CCRE LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, Jaundice, Chronic or Nervous Debility, OW eases of the ys, and all Diseases arising from a Disordered Liver or Stomach. Such as Constipation. Inward Piles, Fullness, or Blood to the Head. Acidity of the Stomach. Nau sea. Heartburn. Disgust for food. Fullness, or Weight In the Stomach. Sour Eructations, Sink ing or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering ot the Heart. Choking or Suffocating Sensations when in a lying Posture, Dimness of Vision. Dots of Webs before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head. Defi ciency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin and Eves. Pain in the Sids, Back. Chest, Limbs Ac., Sudden Flushes of Heat Burning In the Flesh, Constant Imaginings of Evil, and great Depression of Spirits. rilHF. PROPRIETOR, in calling the attention A of the public to this preparation, does so with a feeling or the utmost confidence in its virtue* and adaptation of it to the diseases for which it is recommended. It is no new nnd untried article, but one that has Mood the test of a ten years' 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 most promi nent nnd well-known Physicians and individuals, in all parts of the country is immense. The fol lowing from North Carolina Is respectfully sub mitted, referring any who may still doubt, to the "Memorabilia,'' or Practical Receipt Book, for Farmers and Families, to be had gratis of ail the Agents for the German Bitters. Principal Office and Manufactory, 120 ARCH ncipal STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA. TESTIMONY FROM NORTH CAROLINA. Certificate of Dr. W. Smith, of Pine Hill, Rich mond County, N. C. Pink Hill, March 4, 1854. Dr C. M. Jackso*. Philadelphia?Dear Sir: I have lwt-n n subject of Dyspepsia, in its worst form, for the last five years. Such was my condi tion for twelve months that the physicians and all who saw me said I must die. While in this con ditio)! I was carried lo the watering places in Vir ginia, Tennessee, and North Carolina, but was not l>eneliited by any water to which 1 was taken. While on my way home I stopped a week at R utli erfonlton, a small village in North Carolina, lo try the effect of some Chalybeate water in that place. About the ^ast of the week 1 went into a drug store to get some medicine for my child and myself. There wen; several of the village physi cians in the store, and one of them seemed to take some interest in mv case, and, after asking me some questions, said he h;td been a dyspeptic and had been greatly benefitted by the use of 11 OOF LAN DS GERMAN BITTERS, prepared by vou. and he insisted that I would try the Bitters. He also callcd the next day at ray room, and in sist) d so much that 1 would try them that I asked him to get me one bottle. He did It, and I coiu menced taking it as directed, and 1 was more ben efitted by it than all the water and medicine i had ever taken After reaching home one of mv came to me for a prescription and medicine, (he a dys peptic.) and I gave him nearly all the Bitters 1 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 he had taken, but I have not l?een able to get any more for him or myself since : will you, therefore, please ship me a dozen or more "as soon as possible Respectfully, yours, W. SMITH. 1) R. HOOKER, Roger's Store, Wake Co., N. C.. October91, IBB, savs: "Having experienced verv great benefit from the use of HOOF LAND'S GERMAN BITTERS in Chronic Dysentery and functional derangement of the Liver, and its concomitant evils, I am desirous ol'obtaining a quantity of it for the benefit of my community. ou will, therefore, please send a lot, Ac., tic. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J, ATWOOD. Hextsvillb, Yadkin Co., N. C. > NovemUr 1st, 1?55.) Dr C. M Jack?on?Dear Sir: Allow me to ex press to von my sincere thanks for your discovery ? f n medicine which, to say the least of it, has of fee ted a cure that all other medicines, that I have taken, have entirely failed to do. HOOF LAND'S GEi: M AN BITTERS have cured me of the most stubborn and aggravated case of the pilk? that, perhaps, ever fell to the lot of man. My 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 mv friends and relations, as I had tried everything recommended, and nothing did me any good un til I was prevailed upon to try the Bitters. Vou are at liberty to make any use of this communica tion for tbe benefit of the afflicted, you Qlay think proper. Truly, yours, WM. J. ATWOOD. The?e bitters are entirely vegetable, they invig orate and strengthen the systemf never prostrate it. and can be used for infants as well as adults. For *ale by re*j>ectable dealers everywhere, and by '/. I). OILMAN, Washington; J. L. KID WELL, Georgetown, and J. R PlERPONT, Alexandria. fflar 1?ly PRIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE FHIL0S0PHICAL?V1EW OF MARRIAOE, ?T 31. B. LA CROIX, M. II., ALBASY, N. Y , JT/" 250 Page* and 130 Fine, Plain, Ccforod Lithographs and Plates. Price only Twenty-Five Cents. Stnt I->ee of Postage to all parts of the Union. CHEAPEST BOOK EVER PUBLISHED? and containing nearly double the quantity of reading matter in ttiat ot the FIFTY CENT OR DOLLAR PUBLICATIONS. Jt treats ou the PHYSIOLOGY OF MARRIAGE, and the Se cret liiHrinities and Disorder of Youth and Matu rity, resulting from excesses, which destroy the physical and mental powers, with Observations on Marriage, its duties and disqualifications, and their remedies: with Lithographs, illustrating the Anatomy and Physiology, and Diseases of the Ke pioductive Organs of l>oth sexes, their structure. and functions. A popular and comprehen sive Treatise on the Duties and Causalities of sin gle and married life?happy and fruitful alliances, mode of securing them?infelicitous and infertile oi:i their obvi.-tion and removal,? iiiij?ortant hints to those contemplating matrimony, that will overcome objections to it; none, however, should take |his ini|K>rtaut step without tirst consulting it* pa ;es?commentaries on the diseases nnd medical treatment of female* from infancy to old age. each case graphically illustrated by lieauiifui lithogra f?hic plates?nervous debility, its causes and cure, >y a process at once so simple, safe, and effectual that failure is imjiossihle?rules for daily manage ment?an essay on Spermatorrhea, with nraalical observations on a saf*r and more successful mode of treatment?precautionary hints on the evils re sulting from empirical practice?an essay on all di??a-<-s arising from indiscretion, with plain and simple rules by which all |>ersons can cure them selves without mercury? remedies for those self inflicted miseries and disapj>ointed hopes so un fortunately prevalent in the young. It is a truth ful adviser to the married ana thosecontemplatlng marriage its jierusal is |<articularlv recommend ed to jxrsons entertaining secret tioubls of their physical condition, and who are conscious of hav ing hazarded the health, happiness, and privil-.'ges lo which every human being is entitled. Price TWENTY-FIVE CENTS ner copy, or Five Copies for < >ne Dollar. Mailed free of post age to all parts of the United States. N. B ? Those who prefer may consult Dr. LA CHOI X upon any of the diseases upon which this Is-ok treats, either personally or by mail. Medi cine sent to any part of the Union according to di re'?-lions, safely packed and carefully secured from all observation. Address Dr M. B LA CROIX, No. 31 Maiden I*ane. or Post Office Box 579, Albany, N. Y. IPr" Office opeu daily from 0 a. m. to 9 p. m., and on Sunday from 2 until 5 p. m. jrjf office REMOVED from No. 56 Beaver st. to ,tl Maiden Lane, Albany, N. Y. dec T?y History of the corps of royal Sap{>ers and Miners, by Conolly, Quarter master Sergeant of the Corps, 2 volumes, Lon don. 1^55 Sir Howard Douglass on Naval Operations In the Black Sea. pamphlet, London, 1855 The Anglo-Indian Army and Military History In the Last, by Ca{*tain Rafter, 1 vol, London, IS>5 O'Bvrne's Naval Annual and Almanac for 1855 Capability of Steamships, by Atherton, Chief En gineer, Woolwich, 1 vol, I/ondon, 1855 J ebb on attack and defence of outposts Ottley's History of Remarkable Sieges Burn's Naval and Military Technical Dictionary, enlarged Campliell's Dictionary of Military Science Griffith's Military Law leech's AiHjpthegms of Napoleon Jervis on tne Ritle Musket Boucher on the Rifle Thackeray's Rifle Firing N ait land 's Ball Practice Roberts on Recruits Krasiuski's Kunsiaand Europe And other Military Works just imported by Je 10 FRANCK TAYLOR. F INS, PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTI. clus, Ac.?We ha>e now in store a Urge vari ety of flue and common Fans, Harrison's and Lu bin's celebrated Perfumery, Brushes, Combs, vis. iting and playing Cards, Tooth Powders, Porte Monnuies, Cigar Cases, Card Cases, Baskets, 4c., all of which we are selling out at low prices to suit the limes at the Piano, Music, Stationery, and Fancy Goods Store of 303Ta avemir*?Ma. nay 9?M PROPOSALS FOR LIT* OAK FOR 811 STEAM SLOOPS-? F-WAR. BtntKAV Ot CoWtTEUCTIOJl/EQtl/'T, A?., | NAVY DEPARTMENT, on, Eqci*1?., June 22, 1955. SEALED PROPOSALS ft* delivering one or more live-oak frames of a sloop-of-war?one to be delivered at each of the navy yards at Pensa cola, Norfolk, Philadelphia. New York, Boston, and Portsmouth, N. H.?will be received at this bureau until the 3d September, 1855. These proposals must be endorsed " Proposals for Lite OaJr," and addressed to the " Burtau oj Construstton," that they may be distinguished from other business letters. The offers must 1* for the whole of one frame, estimated at thlrts thousand eubic feet, and. as required by law. musi he accomponied by a suitable guarantee, the form of which is herewith given. Sureties in the full estimated amount will oe required to sign the con tract. and. as additional and collateral security, fifteen per cent , will be withheld on the amount of each delivery until the contract Is fully com Cleted. In all deliveries of the timber there must e a due proportion of the most difficult parts of the frame, and of the principal pieces; otherwise there will be such further amount in addition to the llfteen per cent, as may be judged expedient to secure the public Interest 'tmtil such principal pieces and difficult portions shall be delivered The remaining eighty-five per cent, or other pro portions of each bill when approved In triplicate I?y the commandant of the yard, will be paid by such navv ajrent as the eontractor may name, within thirty days after its presentation to him. It will be stipulated In tne contract thnt if de fault be made by the parties of the first part in de livering the timber named, of the quality and at the time and pla<;e provided, then, and In that case, the contractor and his sureties will forfeit and pay to the United States, as liquidated dam ages. a sum of money eaual to twice the amount the contract price there agreed upon as the price to l>e paid in case of the actual deliven thereof, which liquidated damages may be recov ered or retained at any time from the said parties of the first part or either of them. The timber must conform to drawings and In- , structious with which the contractor wul be fur nished. and work to moulds and beveling* with which he will be originally provided from the United States navy yard at Philadelphia. The whole must l?e cut "from trees growing within thirty miles of the sea, of which the commandant of theaard will require satisfactory evidence. Thrrrame timber may be delivered in the form of promiscuous timber?that is, sided straight and fair, but rough-hewed the moulding way. sh^w in? a face of two-thirds the siding; the tiuiber need not 1* bevelled, but must be of sufficient size to work the shape of the moulds and hold the bevelllngs shown on the bevelling boards In the measurement, the full moulding sire marked on the moulds (which is one and a half inch larger than will I* worked in the ship) will l>e allowed, provided the pieces will hold that size; but no additional size beyond that marked In the moulds or in the instructions will be paid for. The siding of the stem, apron, fore dead wood steinson, deadwood knees, stern-post knee, and k^sons. must be 1P.K inches; the stern-post and after deadwood to sine '29 inches in the largest place, and the hooks to side 14 inches. Thesiainv or the frame timber must be 13# to 14 Inches, and c-f the promiscuous timber, one-fourth part must side 18 inches, and the remainder 13)^ inches The throat of the floor t!ml>er to mould 17# inches, at the floor head 11 inches, and at the plahk shear 7 inches. The midship or dead flat floor timber has a curve of inches in 20 feet; the flrst futtock 4 inclie* In 17 feet; the second futtock '24 Inches in 13 feet; the third futtock 27 inches in 13 feet; the fourth futtock 1 inches in 14feet, and the top timber It inches in 17 feet. The entire frame of each ship to be delivered at the respective yards at the risk and expense of the contractor, subject to the usual lnspwtion, to the entire approval of the bureau, and all to be deliv ered on or before the 1st of October, 1856 Persons who may l>e disposed to offer for more than one ship will make a separate proposal for each. ? FORM OF OFFER. I. . of the State of . hereby agree to furnish and deliver at the United States navy yard at . the whole of the live oak timber for one ship, estimated at thirty thousand cubic feet, be the same, more or less, in conformity with the ad vertisement of the Bureau of Construction of tht I date of 22d June, 1855, viz : Stems, apron, stemson, deadwoods. stern-post, stern-post knees, deadwood knees, keelsons, and hooks, estimated to contain? 3,000 cubic ft, at ? per ft?S F rame timber of all other kinds estimated at 20,400 cubic ft, at ? per ft? P*unisruous tim ber, amounting to 0,000 cubic ft, at ? per ft? Total amount, 30.000 3 (Total value to be written In words.) Should any offer be accepted, 1 request to be ad dross<,-d at , and the contract forwarded to the navy a^ent at , or to me a: , for signature and certificate. (Date.) (Slgoetura.) FORM OF GUARANTEE. The undersigned , of , In the State of . and of , of , 1n the State of . hereby j/uuranty that, in case the foregoing bid b? accentea, he or they will, within ten aays after the receipt of the contract at the post office' named or navy agent designated, execute the contract for the same with good and sufficient sureties; In ca-e said shall fail to enter into contract as afore said. we guaranty to make good the difference !*? tween the offer of the said and that which may be acceded. Signature of two grrarantors, j ? (Date.) Witness: I hereby certify that the above-muxw-d A B and C D arc known to me as men of property, and able to make good their guarantee. (Date.) (Signature.) (To bt signr/i by the United States district judge, United States district attorney, collector, or navy agfnt, and no ctkari.) june 22?law6w [No. 5M] jVOTICE OF THE ESTABLISHMENT Is of an additional land district in the State of California.?Whereas under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved March 3, 1?5J. entitled. ??An act to provide for the survey of the public land in California," Ate., the Presidentof the Uni ted States Is authorized at such time or times as in his judgment Uie public interest may so impera tively require? * * * # to divide the State of California into two or three sejiarate laml districts, two of which districts were estab lished under said act by public notice, dated 21st March, 1K?3; and whereas the surveys and settle ments have extended in California so fcir that the convenience of the settlers and the public interest require the establishment of the three districts au thorized by the act of the 3d March, 1853, afore said? Now, therefore, be it known, that under, and by authority of the said act of Congress of 3d March, 1853. the President of the United States hasdirect ed that the State of California shall be divided into three separate land districts, the bouudariesoi which are as follows, viz : All that part of the Slate, commencing on the Pacific coa?t, lying north of the line netweeu townships seven and eight (7 and b) north of Mount Diable base line, thence running east on said line to the meridian, thence south on the me ridian line to the line dividing townshijis three and l'nur (3 and 4) north of said l>ase line, then,-* east on said line between townships three and four to the eastern boundary of the State, will form the ??Uppeii District,'' the land office for which has tieen established at Marysvillt. All tlimt part of the State lying south of the above described limits and north of the line divid iiiL' townships twenty and twenty one, south, (or lifth standard south) will form the "M<di>lk District," the office for which Is at Benin*, and all that part of the State lying south of the fifth standard parallel tlie " I.oVer District, as heretofore organized, the office for which is ?* tablished at Los Angelos; and ill view of the said direction of the President of the United States, under the act of Congress aforesaid, the boundaries above mentioned snail in future be r? yarded as the limits of said land districts res pec lively. Given under my hand at the city o Washington, this ninth day of April, A. D lraft By order of the President: JOHN WILSON. Commissioner General Land Office ap 12?lawl3w MOTHER AND STEP MOTHER; a new story, by Dickens A new'lKXilt entitled '-Which; the Right or the Left." exoeedingly,popular and destined to have a large sale. Female Life Among the Mormons, by the wife of a mormon elder, recently from U tab Moredun. by Sir Walter Scott The Winkles, or the Merry Monomanlaee, by the author of Wild Western Scenes, &c. The Watchman Star Papers, by Henry Ward Beecher My Confession, the Story of a Woman's Life The English Orphans Cone Cut Corners; the experieneee of a conser vative family in fanatical times The latest London Papers All the newest and most popular works constant ly on hand and for sale at JOE SHILLINGTON'S, Odeon Building, corner 4 U at. and Pa av. jyft?tf TO HOUSEKEEPERS.?Persons wishing to purchase superior Table or Pocket Cutlery, heavy Silver Plated or Brittsnia Ware:line Ja panned Tea Trays or Toilet Sets, an excrileut Clock, Feat her Duster, Hat Stand, Enameled Ket tle. Saucepan, Gravy Strainer, Tea Bell, or any ofi the hundred and one little etceteras needed by every h^nwkeeper, are lgvtted to call on BT BAILBOAD DIBKCT TO THB WIST. Time between Washington ud Wheeling bnt 17# hoars! Bunning Time between Washington and Cincinnati 27 heart" THROUGH TICKETS AND BAROACI CB1CBS TO ? HAD l.\ WARHIHGTOH. Tin; Baltimore"am) oiiio rail ROAD having greatly improved Its Western connections, now offers the fullest inducement* to Travellers between WASHINGTON, BALTI MOR K. and all portions of the WEST. NORTH WEST. and the SOUTHWEST. Tbeconnection Itetween the Trains from Wash ington and the Trains bou?al 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 and the Ohio ri*rer. Baggage is checked through to Wheeling at the Washington Station, and rechecked and trans ferred there, rwith the passengers) without charge, for those holding Through Tickets for points be yond. The connecting Trains leave Washington daily at t> a. in. and 4# p. m. On Sundays at the latter hour onlv. At WHEELING direct t&nntttion Is made with the trains of the CENTRAL OHIO RAIL ROAD, running from Bellaire, on the Ohio, near Wheeling, through Cambridge, Zanesviiie, and Newark, to COLUMBUS. Thefte trains connect at Newark with the cars of the Newark, Manstleld and Sandusky Railroad for Sandusky, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, St. Louis, etc. At COLI MRl'StheC.O Railroad trains con nect with the fast trains of th e Lit tit Mmmi Rail rent/ to Xenia, Cincinnati, Louisville, etc. At XENlAfon Little Miami Railroad) connection is formed with the trains through Dayton, to Indian apolis, Terre Haute, Lafayette, Chicago, Rock Island, St. Louis, etc. fO" Passengers holding Through Tickets for Mtmphit. Vtckrburg. Xattktz, JV<? Orleans etc., which arealsosoldat Washington?are trans ferred at Cincinnati to the Mail Steamers on the Ohio. Tickets for Evansville, Cairo, and St. Louis are Fold bv this route. III?" For CLEVELAND, and via Cleveland to Toledo. Detroit. Chicago, etc., tickets are sold, when the Ohio is navigable between Wheeling *nd Wellsvillc (forty mile*) where a connection with the Cleveland and Pittsburg Railroad Is made. Travelers are requested to notice that while this :s the only route ;itfcrding Through Tickets and Checks in Washington, it is also the shortest. tno>t spetdy. and direct to nearly all the leading points in the great West. The distance fron. Washington to Cincinnati is but 053 miles, bein. about 10U miles sliorter than bv anv otl?er route! FARE, DY THROUGH TICKET, PROM WASHINGTON :?To Wheeling, Colum bus. fin <55; Davton, S15 50; Cincinnati, fit 00; Louisville, bv railroad. f>5, bv steamer from Cincinnati. $1S I lO; Indianapolis. S17 50; Cleve land. Sl'250; Toledo, S!5?i; Detroit, 01S ??; Chicago, S2?>G5 and Sill 30; St. Louis, *38 Wand <2>; Memphis. *2G: New Orleans, ?>31: etc. 'D~ I'OR FREDERICK AND HARPER'S F1:RR V. M ARTl N SBU R G, CUMBER LAND. HERKLEV SPRINGS. BEDFORD SPRINGS. PIEDMONT,OAKLAND,and FAIRMOUNT. passengers may leave Washington at 8 a. m or I,* p in. For the minor way stations between Laltiinore and Wheeling, take 6 a. m train from Washington. For trains to and from Baltimore. Anapolis. etc. . see special advertisements. IE/"For further information. Through Tickets. Ac.apnly to THOMAS H. PARSONS, Agent, ut Washington Station. JOHN H DONE, Master of Transportation, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Baltimore may 3?tf GREAT SOUTHERN MAIL ROUTE. Twice daily between washino ton and the South via Freder- _ " ? * Icksburg. Richmond, Petersbu ry. Ji. j. Kk ,1 Vu , Weldon and Wilmington, NT C., to C harles* ton. S. C.. and Augusta. Ga. The tniv< ling public is hereby informed that the swift and comfortable steamer;" BALTIMORE AND MOUNT VERNON leave the Steamboat Wharf at Washington daily ut?i a. m. and 7 p m . arriving In Richmond at 1 p. in. and 3 a. in.; and at Petersburg at 2% p. m ar.d 5a.m. The following Thrwigh Tickets can beobtalnrd on board the lx its: To Fredericksburg 53 1*1 To J inction of Virjinia Central Railroad ... .4 6v To Richmond, Va." 5 50 To Norfolk, Va 6 Ut: To Petersburg, Va 6 To Weldon. N . C 7 (?, To Wilmington, N.C 11 (*j FAKE O!* POTOMAC R1VKB. For each passenger, as follows: To Alexandria '25 cents, and baggage 12X centn. ToMarburv's 81 or ToQuantico, Sandy Point, Ac 1 50 To Aquia Creek a 00 Meals and State Rooms extra. For further information apply on board of the boats, or to GEO MATTINGLY, Agent. Jc30?2w Washington. Tllfc POTOMAC RIVER STEAMBOAT COM PAN Y S STEAMER ALICE C. PRICE. CAPT SAMTEL BAKER, 11TILL LEAVE WASHINGTON AT SIX "T o'clock a in.,and ALEXAN- _ ,ll^" ? DR (A at 7 o'clock, a. 111 ? , On TUESDAY MORNINGS?For Mattox. Currioman, L. Machodoc, Piney Point, Kinsale. and Cone. On FRIDAY MORN INGS?For Chapel Point. Wicomico, Leonardtown, Piney Point, St. Marv's. and Cone. On WEDNESDAY, (returning)?I^ave Cone at 4 o'clock, a in , for St. Mary s. Pinev Point, Leonardtown, Wicomico, and Chanel Point. O11 SATURDAY, (returning)?Leave Cone ai 4 o'clock, a. m., for kuisalc, Piney Point, L. Ma cf.edoc. Currloman, and Mattox. The A. C. Price will call at the usual landing 011 the ilvt r when signals are made. By order of the Board: JAMES P. SMITH, President Alexandria, Va., June 1,1N>5. Je 15?tf WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. CHANGE OF HOURS?On and after Mon day, the aid in-taut, the Trains will Leave Washington at 6 and a. in., and 3 ami 4* p. m. On Sunday at 4% p. m. Leave Baltimore at 4j^ and Pjfc a. m , and 3 and 5* p. m. On Sunday at 4* a m. ap 23?tr THP ARSONS, Agent ORANGE & ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. ON AND AFTER TUESDAY, November7. I&j4, the Cars leave ALEXANDRIA FOK GORDONSVILLE, and intermediate stations, a: 7M o'clock, a. in., on the arrival of the boat from \\ ashingtun, giving ample time for Breakfast 01: board?connecting at .Vunassa* Junction with e train for S: rasbisrg; at Warrenton 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 cars will leavi- Goidonsville dailv for Alex andria and intermediate stations, at before 12 a m., on the arrival of the trains of the \ irginia Cen tral Railroad frum Richmond, Charlottesville, and Staunton. THROUGH TICKETS. From Alexandria to Warrenton, - - $*2 00 44 44 Gordonsville. * 3 $11 " 14 Charlottesville, ? 4 25 44 44 Staunton, - ? 5 80 44 " Strasburg, - ? 3 50 44 " Lynchburg, ? - 6 75 44 44 Winchester,,- - 3 50 14 ? Lnray. - - - 4 '24 44 " New Market, - 5 00 ** ?? Middieburg, - - 2 25 For LYNCH BURG, connecting with the stage, at Charlottesville, ou Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. For LURAY find NE\v MARKET,connecting with the si;tges at Culpepper, on Tuesdays, Thurs days, and Saturdays. For WINCHESTER daily, connecting with the stages at Piedmont. For MIDDLEBURG daily, connecting with the stages at the Plains Per order: W. B. BROCKETT, Agent. DOV 7?11 FOR THE ORANGE AND ALEXANDRIA AND MANASSAS GAP RAILROADS THE Subscriber's Coaches will call for passen gers wishing to connect with _ CT * R the above railroads. My Coache?. V connect with the Steamers GEOhoi. WASH INGTON or THOMASCOLLYER, which leave N\ ashington at G a. m. IIT* Meals furnished on the boats. Persons wishing thecoaches to call for them can leave their name and residence with Mr. John T. Killman, near the Capitol gate,- Mr. Butt's drm; store, corner Pa. avenue and 12th st.; or at Geo. &. Thos. Parker A Co.'s store. Coaches can be had for Pleasure Trips. may 20?Jia WILLIAM WHALEY. STEAMBOATS CONNECTING WITH EACH TRAIN OF CARS ARRIV ing in Washington or Alexan dria.?Tlie Steamers THOS. COL-? VER or GEORGE WASHINGTON wUl make the above connections, leaving Washington at 6 a. in., for the Orange and Alexandria Cars, and con nect with the same train on their arrival. Ipr MEALS furnished on the boats. The Boats connect with all the trains from Bal timore. SAM'L GEDNEY, Captain may 17??tf 1 ? Memoirs of the countessup bu? slagton, by R R Madden, M R I - JL, twr vol*. FRANCK TAYLOR. NEW ROUTE FOE tOUTI DIRECT FROM NEW YORK.PH1 LAMU Pill A. AND BALTIMORE. T6 NORFOLK, WELDON, WILMINGTON, RALEIGH. CHARLESTON. AND AUGUETA, MOBILE. AND NEW ORLEANS. SIMMER AM) FALL ARRANOSMSNT. Daily, (except Saadaya,) VIA nAY LINE, and SEABOARD* ROAN OKE RAILROAD, to the mentioned places, the Schedule being so arranged that lb* Traveler Is not suhiocted to any nignt traval oa the Railroad from New York to Wilmington, la North Carolina Tiraotr.H ticeet*. From New York to Wiiminqton Sift W Do. Weldon IS 0? Do. Norfolk and Portsmoeth 8 SO From Philadelphia to Wllmiugton.N. C 14 (10 Do. We'.dfw 10 K> Do. Norfolk and Portsmouth ? 3U From Bal?:nn>rs to Wilmington, N. C IS 00 Do. Weldon 0 00 Do. Norfolk ai?d Portsmouth ft 00 For furlimr information and Through Tickets, apply la New York at the New Jersey Railroad Offlce. fool of Courtland street; In Philadelphia at the Philadelphia and Bait 1 more Rahroad Offlce. in Liberty street; in Baltimore at the Offlos of tha Baltimore Steam Packet Company, foot of Unlom Dock, or on board of the Bav Stramer* Omnibuses and Baggage Wagw are provided, on the Line, by which passengers and tneir bsi gage are convey d through Philadelphia and Bal timore free of all expense. and Baggage Coadnc tors whose duty it is to give inforraeflon and shack the baggage to tlie several point* oa this route, accompany the passenger* Paraengen from New York and Philadelphia will have their ba^irage cheeked to Baltimore and thence on board the Bay Boats to Norfolk. Ports mouth , Weldon, Ac . Ac. The new and splendid steamer LOUISI AN A. 1,1*20 tons burthen, replete with every comfort lad convenience. has 1- > n added to the llae. THE LINE BEING NO WCOM posed of the splendid steamer*] LOUISIANA. Cnpt George W. NORTH CAROLINA, Cafn. James C anon, hav ing unsurpassed State Rooms and Berth Aeoom modation*. The Norfolk or Bay Line Steamers win leava the Company's whan. Union Dock, foot of Coa cord street, diilv (Sundavs excepted) at ft o'clock, p. m., or inuiK dlately after the arrival of the Ex pre^" Train wiikh hnves New York at 8a. b , and Philadel; hia at i'J>? p in The following la the schedule: l^eave New York at * o'clock, a. m. Leave Philadelphia at 1 'J% o'clock, p m. Leave Baltimore at S o'clock, p. m. Leave Portsmouth at. o'clock, a. m. Leave Weldon at IS o'clock, noon. I<cave Wilmington at o'clock, p. m. For Augusta. Charleston and the South, via the Manchester Railroad, now finished L7" I'aasencrrs for Richmond and Petersburg, or any oth??r (mint* on James River, connect with the James Kiver BoaU early next morning after leaving Baltimore. It?" All pasM.'mjers for Edenton, Plymouth, NVwbern. Washington. Weldon, Goldsboro', Warsaw. Raleigh and Wilmington. N . C., or any otherj>oint on the Seabord and W : Imlngton Roads, will find it the moat pleasant and agreeable route. M. N. FALLS. Agent Baltimore, May 17. 1356. FOR PHILADELPHIA* P T HILADLLPHIA, WILMINGTON A BAL T1MORE K A ll.RO AD?Passenger train* leave Baltimore daily (except Sunday*) for Phila delphia at e.30, (i.xprea*) and 11 a in . and 7 p. m. For Havre de Grace at 6.90 and 11 n. m: 3 .30 (Havre dc Grace Accommodation Trains) and 7 p. in.: 7 p. in. train rim every night, this being the only train on Sunday. 11a m train has a second class car attached : fare in It to Philadelphia S3. No SECOND CLASS TICKETS sold in the car*. TEAIXS TOP. BALTIMORE. I#eave Philadelphia et - 30 a m . (IS 4o Ex pus and 3 p. m Ste-tmboat) and 11p. m Leave Havre de Grace at 7.30 a m.; Havre de Grace Accommodation Train* 11.45 a m., 3.1ft, j y\ p. m , and 2.05 a m WM. CRAWFORD. Agent Baltimore. April 3u?tr THE NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL * UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. HE SHIPS COMPRISING THIS LINE are the ATLANTIC. Captain Went, PAC1 FIC. Captain Nye, BALTIC. Captain* Comstoek, ADRIATIC. Captain GrafWm. The*? Ships have been bulit by contract, ex press lv for Government service; every care has been taken in their construction, a* in the engines, to insure strength and speed, and their accommoda tions for pas^cn^er* are unequalled for elegance and comfort. pbics or passage. From New York to Liverpool, in firstcabin. $<sn Second rabin, ------ ."0 Exclusive use of extra sire state rooms, - 300 From Liverpool to New York, - .?30 and ?SU An experienced burgeon attached to each ship. No berth can be secured until paid for. For freight or passage apply to EDWARD K COLLINS ft CO., 50 Wall street. New Yorl. BROWN, SHIPLEY ft CO., Uvi E. G ROBERTS ft CO., 13 Kind's Arm* Yard. Londcm. JOHN MUNROE ft CO 20 Rue Notre Dame de* Vietotres. Parle. GEORGE II DRAPKR. Havre The owners of the-e ships will not be accounta ble for gold. silver, bullion, specie, iewelry. pra cious stones, or metals. unless bill* of lading are signed therefor, oad the value thereof therein ex pr^??l. nov 16?1 y MUTT BEDELL'S LINE. NEW YORK, ALEXASDRTA. WASHING TON CITY. AND DISTRICT OFCOLUM B 1 4 PACKETS Tills LINE OF PACKETS SAILS WEEK - LY from pier 11 East river. New York, and oftoner if neeesnary. and is composed of the fol lowing first-class vessels: New sch'r A V. Beoell, Beilell. master New sch'r Mott Bedell. A V T red wall. Sch'r Asy 1)., Wm Oliver, master. Sch'r Volast. L. A Smith, master. Sch'r Commaxdee- in-Chiip. Woglum, master. Sch'r Geeesway, Wilson, master. These vessel- ..reall fast *ailei>. and themaater* are men of exiiericnce in the trade, and the only regular line of Washington City packets. MOTT BEDELL, Wall street. New York. S. 9. MASTERS ft SONS. Alexandria, Vs. THOMAS RILEY, feb 1?6m Washington and D. of C. FOR MOUNT VERNON. ON TUESDAYS AND PR I DAYS ?FARE, round trip. SI; from Alexandria _ Jt " 75 eents -The steamer TIIO.MASjj^feffcC COLLYER leases \\ ashin^ton at ^>. and Alexan dria at o'cloc k Coa< he? leave the Capitol for the l?oat at bfc o'clock Ccxicb fare 10 cent* Per sons wishing the coache* wdl leave their residence with George A Thomas Parker. RefreshmenU on the boat. octvSs?tl SAM'L GEDNEY, Captain FOR PHILADELPHIA. CITIZEN'S U N I O N LINE.?The Steamer OH lO. Capt. Trippe, will com- _ ^ mence running on this lon^-e^t.-ib lished route, for Ph.l.tdeloh'.a, on MONPAV, Aprils, leavin? Union Dock, f^iot of Concord *t , Baltimore. daily (except Sundays) at 7 o'clock a. in., stopping at Ford ? Laiidm^ and Port Her man. Fare Cabin pas^a^e SS SO Fare Forward Deck 1 50 in^BREAKFAST and SUPPER provided on Board. WM. CRAWFORD. Agent. Baltimore. March 31?tr SEA BATHING AT OLD POINT COM FORT. ON EOF THE BALTIMORE STEAM PACK ET CO. S STF.AMERS will _ ^IT**? leave the Union Dock, fool of Con-^7 eord street. Baltimore, daily (Sunaavs excepted) at 5 o'clock p. m , for Old Point Comfort. Fare there and back $ri?giving the paaaan gers the privilege to lemain the whole season. M N F ALLS, Agent B S P. Co. Baltimore, J ui.e 1?tr W' PIANOS?PIANOS. E respectfully request the attention of peraoua who p.irpose purchasing pianos to our very extensive assortment now in store, consisting ot Pianos from the old and celebrated manufaetoriea of Hallet. Davis ft Co.. Boston ; Baeon ft Raven, New York ; Knabe, Gaehle ft Co., Baltimore. The*e Planus we g uarantee in every respect en be inferior to none other*. We take old Piauoe in part payment, accept good endorsed notes for S. 3. r.iwl# months, in fact make almost any arrangement to suit purchasers We have also several second hand Pianos for sale low and upon easy terms Also. Guitars, Violins, Flutes, Aootadaoas. If a* sic. Strings, ice. Persons can have their Pianos toned and repalrwl by leaving their name* with JOHN r. 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