Newspaper of Evening Star, December 11, 1857, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated December 11, 1857 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. THE I'ORWR. The ?e*t in the oorner? What comfort we see In that tif? fit affeottion, WMr* Jove bends the knee ; Wb?n the prayer* of our ?lu.tUeod We iMrwd o repeat, And the lips of a mother Made holiness iwe?t. The name of a oorner Haa something a till dear. That telle ua ot pleasure .Ne'er bought with a tear; Of lured ouea reniemlmr'd. Of faoee. onoegay. That tied like a dream, Lake a vision away. In oar letters, fall often. Kind sayings anoand; But atiU in tee oorner The kindest is found; \Ve look to the postscript. And there, written sina!!, We hnU in the oorner Words dearer than all ! Oar heart receives many We love with good will. But who gets the corner la loved the beel still; Forth* heart hath ita oorner. And dear is the one Who remains its possessor Till life's love is gone. ICkaritt AfetAay. DE PR tin AT I ON OF PROPERTY. This year will long be memorable &j the moat disastrous one to the property ot our citisea? known within the present centorv. The only clas* of person? or capitalists that bare escaped are the owners of real estate well located in the city, the holders of State orcity securities, and the holders of first-class mortgage. The*? re main firm, while all others are more or leu in volved in ruin, by the almost total destruction of many classes of personal property. The un wise capitalists who changed their safe invest ments that were yielding them six per cent, per annum to dabble in corporation and business paper, have had their 44 fingers burnt" so seriously that fTiey now cry ?? hands off." and will probably be very cautious about such oper ations in future The persons who have been the projectors of the immonse expensive manu factory establishments, find their investments gone. Persons in the jobbing trade find their means lockod up in depreciated stocks of goods, or in protested notes due them from suspended parties at tho west and in Sew England. The mercantile interest has suffered to as great an ?x(#*t a? any other, and commcroial men will find themselves crippled for years. Ships and cargoes have alike depreciated, and a long tiua must elapse before tbe losses are aacer t tined. :ke goods eold, the money attained and the voyages settled up. Many of these persons are looking forward with interest to see what dividends will be paid in January, as they need the Cund* to meet their bills at the first of the year. We hear of the case of a gentleman of this city who was appointed trustee of the estate of a deceased person and guardian of some minors, and who thinking safety should be mainly con sulted in the investment of the funds thascom mitted to him, sold off the stocks of various cor porations belonging to the estate, and invested the proceeds iu State aad city securities, where he was sure el six per cent, interest. The ap praised value of this property was about $150, w>0 two years ago. The" difference to-day be tween tbe market value of the stocks sold and the securities qow held by the party, is uo less than $40,004. it is reported in financial circles that the per sonal estate of an opulent mervhaut who died in Boston less than four years ago, valued in 1H54 at $l.SOO,i)UO and consisting mainly of railway shares and bonds, has shrunk so much during the past two years, that tho depreciation is m.>re than 3l.0o0.000. it is stated that tbe manufacturing stocks owned by a single family have depreciated more than million of dollars in value within two years. Tbe personal property of many in dividaals has faded away duriug the present year like dissolving views," and the surprise attending the change is similar in many respccts to that which usuallv attepds those novel ex hibitious. ? Boiton '?'/an mnyt. ID" Tw j little negroes, joined twu-jL to back, err on exhibition at Montgomery, Ala. Fura, to the amount of have been exported from Minnesota Territory durin" tbe past year. " !C7" The work on the New I.ondon and Ston In^ton Railroad has entirely ceaaed About two tblids of the road is completed ITT" Durim; i be forenoon of tbe ?Kb ultimo, bales of cotton were ,-eceived in New Or leans iZJ" The ?boe manufacturer* of Marblebead, Massachusetts, are about rtccuiuieocio'' their work. L/" The Heene. N. H , Mentinel announces Jena C. t reinon!, is its next candidate for tbe Piesideacy. ITT Two hundred and thirty yeafi a^o, twen ty four dollars bought tbectty and coit:?7y of New * ork C7" Friday last was generally observed iu Caaada as a day of fast.ng. humiliation, and prayer. ITT* Mrs. Nancy Buki-r recently rereived tbe *{'K^,"umer,t uf P??**uasier-gene?Bl at Rochester, ilET In Mr Everett's arrienltaral address, there i* said to b? one sputenreof M line* without a sutyle period. JUT* rtie Carolina Times of ^atuidjy Law a eemnMinicatton nominating Col John Cunning bam. of Charleston, as the n?xt Governor of the i?tate t?7" I' was stated at an anti-Mormon meeting t licit a mi % of I tab coiiNiit of a pro irrtra by a I Ion rampart, at wbo?e feet is tbe Ameneaa ea^Ie, enchant, and ?>adly pliu k*d ITT" The Ali>aav Kxpreea nays that workmen -ii ta* I Uited Ar?eiiiil *t Walervlid. art engaged in shipping SAj,umj Minie ntle balls: desliuatiou unknown. Hbxtsmb or Death ox Kocr Ncomas ?The Huruler,ti. C . Democrat, of the rsth ult .says; On Saturday, tbe last day of Court. Jud-'eMiidd pro noun* ed lb** sentence of death upon four ncroes, Jerry, Daniel, Abram and Part, who were" ron v: Urd of murdering their master. RtrLard R J^trwart Tbe day fixed for tbeir executlou is f r.day. tL?- 1th in*t It has lx*n mora than ten years aiuce tbe last exerutinu in Humter coonty ARR1VA JJi A T PRIKC1PAL HOTh'LS BROW NS' HOTEL.?John T Mag ruder, L'8 A; II D Alexander. Md. T W Alexander, I'JSCS: .Mr Piuunu^r and family, Md ; Mr Brewston, N V; AC Wliritk, r't?A; Geo |?#e. T^nn; J Bi',k ??rstoM. Md A l.awrenie, Pa; J J Gibl>oii?, N V, A Wood. Pi, J M I.eona d and lady, do, C II Horne. do; B W Hal!. M t, T Nrwtun, O; J M MeKifrrsii and ladv I'a; M:.s* J Ilolroni)>e, do, A Van Beil, do; T W While Ky; K T Ash by, Va; K C Lur?. Md ; W II Van In^en. Pa, Cba? M< Reane. do J U llariiiou, do ; \V Kins ley, NV: E C Ko>sio>i, .Mo; Mitt Wbitvburst Va; E R Tremain. NY ; J \V tVaiklns, Md; R O Skisser, NV; \\ H Whiting and lady, Va ; A Ireland. Pa; Hon S II W "od?*n and fain. Mo; W B Wadovvoitb and niece, NC ; 1. S Burbank. Ky J M Klllott. Ky; J Castalr*. jr, Pa; J Con stable. Md; Dr O T Rogers and lady, Va; Jas B Kent, Md, R Connolly. NY; Jas Malloye, do; C >wee?y, do; R Barry, do. WILI-ARD**' HOTEL? Dr T S Perdi. J G Green f!?N; J M Beard. Pa; J H Moore. UHN; J P Galiaber, Prnn, W Baiter and faui. O; A B J*wit/rr. I* S Si U A Ueeckier. Pa; J M B??w?u. Md, \V G Staubury, Eng; W W Woodwortb. N Y; Hon J Cadwalaiuer and lady. Pa; T F dmitb and lads , N York; B O Davy, Md: W H Ed.-ar. Mleb; Mod J M Bui banan, 11 L> Meant, Cept W A Hailett, Hen E B Pottle, C A Ripley, Md; T R Jarkson. ISA, H Buddeu, Eug, S R Ma^ona gle, N J. J S Tbayer, R Christie, jr, T Fran; K S Avery. Mirb, W 1> rh prnari. Conn; Major Wil liams, I'SN; Capt W H Gardner, do; II I. Scran ton, Ct; A J .Ms' ha, NY; E W MoUe. La; Kiuile La.-sere, do; W 11 Lee, do; C J Morris, jr, Va. , KIRK WOOD HOI 'ME ?Com Voorhus.U*N; W E Alan, Md; II J Williams, Pa; I. s?Jler. Va; J Waters, Md, A M Awkeuy, Iowa; J T Perne, do ? X K-liy. Md; Z B lleall, do; J W Addison, do; i Ji NTorthingtoii, do; Mrs Kings bury. NY R <? Adain*. Iowa, I' Woad, do; J B Briatav and iidy, Mm; W H Mitrhell, Mass; M ii W biley, Mass; J i>ennls. Pa; T R Stringer, A Aniaii and lady, NY; E M Aifrlend, Va; C Ripley t ? HOTEL, (L O f sirs i )-W M Bur. wetl, Va; C E Koxf, Ga; B F Crawford Pa; W A Mark, Va; Dr 1 F.Clark, Maa: AC Medlnaer, C W Tayleure, Mo; A Eddor, NY; Dr U T Luc kett, ? L Good son, A K Moore, Pa; C A t'oaby, Va; JR Anderson Penn, J C Waddle,Va M Os bourr. C e;cott and lady. Miss Rocbeeter, Md, r? ? Mollis, NJ; J Ew?rs. Va. OLE AS STEAMERS SAUJNH DA Y8 fr SOM I H ? U NlTHD titATKS Xdsswn. I.tavi. rtr, iliyi. Fulton New York...Havre Lee It New York New Yofk...Glasgow....Der 14 Ameriea Boston Hv?r|?ool...l?ee Ifl Edlaburg New Yerk.. Glasgow.... 1W 30 Pao* Erxora. F.uropa Llverpo<d...N>w York...Nov4.# North lur So'aaiptaa.. New York...Die <1 Canada Liverpool... Boston Dee S Persia Liverpool...New York...l>ec 14 A la^o Hnutbam'e..N*rw York...l>ee I# C?y Baliunore. Liverjaiol...New York...Dec ifl The California mall Metuaera leave N?W York ?a ibe (Ui and ?Rk of eac^ awatk <r? Inwranot, teo. ? A J L D r AND SILVER PURCHASED AT THE BEST BATES. \ FOREIGS BTLL8 oTEXCHANGE SOLD, ON THR PRINCIPAL POINTS IN EU ROPE, IN SUMS TO SUIT. BOLD CURRENCY, AND VIRGINIA MO NEY ACCOUNTS, WILL EE OPENED FOR D KPOSITORS, PAYABLE IN SAME FUNDS, OR IN GOLD. CHARGING THE CURRENT RATES.-CHECES MUST BE MARKED ACCORDINGLY. SIGHT DRAFTS ON~ALL THE PRINCI PAL CITIES OF THE UNION, SOLD IN SUMS TO SUIT. BONDS AND STOCKS SOLD ON COM MISSION. UNCURRENT MONEY BOUGHT AND SOLD. LAND WARRANTsTuRCIIASEDATTHE HIGHEST RATES. SWEENY, RITTENIIOUSE, FAXT4 CO., u 4-Sm Sinkers. I^EN PER CENT. INVESTMENT. Corporation Bonda of the City of Davenport, Iowa. pavinc 10 per cent, interest bj Coupon in New jMuk. Bonda of $5?o each, The growing city of Davenport hu now about 20,um> inhabitant*, and is rapidly increasing in wealth and population. Ita municipal debt ia only 9158,WO, and ita railroad debt only $125,00;. and canuot now be increased. The atatiatica of the city wore published in the Intelli gencer of ttie 3utn September. We reoommend these bonds, believing them to be as aafe as any state or oity bonda. 006 CHUBB BROTHERS WASHINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY. *? CHARTERED BY CONGRESS Cimu. ? fSOO.OOO!.'! Tbia Company is now prepared to receive applica tions for LTOUKANCE ONBU1LDINU9. MER CHAN UlSE, Ac., at the usual City rates, without uiy charite for Polioy, at their Office, corner of Tenth Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, over the Washington City Saviuirs Bank. DiamcTOKt. Wm. F. Bayly, Samuel Baoon. Joseph Bryan, James F. Haltdar, Win. Orme, Hnriaon Tarior, Eranois Mohan, M. W. Gait. ?aj. Bea!l. JAMES C. MoOUIRK, President. 0*avton D. His?oji. Seoratary. ap 11-ly ANKING HOUSE OF CHUBB BROTHERS. Deposits. ? Deposits received and Checks paid without chart?. DraAa on the northern aeat>oerd oities received on Deposit at par, and Exchange on said Cities furnished to depositors without charge. Ivtirkst on Dkpotit*.?Interest will be allowed 00 Deposits at such rates as inar be agreed upon. Diposits i* Virginia and Uncc*r*nt Mon*t. Deposits in Virginia ana other Unourrent Money re oeived to be oheoked for. payable in same funds, or in apecie, we charring the regular Exchange. Discounts.?Notes, Drafts, and Bills of Exchange will bediecounled.nnd Loans madeouStocks, Bonds, and Securities, at the market rate. Lktteks or Ckkdit.? Letters of Credit will be furnished, necotiable in the different Cities of the United States, on Deposit of Money or C**llaterals, and interest allowed if Money is deposited, and oharged if Co.>aierals, on euoii terms as bat be ag reed apon. Travslino Bills or ExrHAN6t.?Travelere will lie famished with drafts in such sums at may be de aired negotiable ja the d liferent Cities of the L'umu. Bills and L*ttx*i or C-krdit on En?lanb. I** Land and Europe.? Bills of Exohangeand Letters of Credit on England, Ire.and and Europe, furnished at the market rate for Exchange, in sums to salt. Bonus, Stocks, to.?Bonds, Stocks, and Securi ties paying from 6 to IS pr. cent., always for sale, or bought in the different Citi.ia at a commission of altf pr. oent. Where Stocks are thought npoc orders, we reserve the right to call fur a depoeitof ie pr. oent on the oost. Bonds or Stocks will be ordered by tele graph. Katlvoad, Cttt. anb Stat* Bonne.?Railroad, City, anil State Honda o&u !?? placod in oar hands for negotiation, either in this ooofttry or Europe. Rail roid Iron purcnased for cash or with Bonds. Land Wajiasti.-Land Warrants bought at the market rates. Ail Warrants told by us are rsarsa Utd in every reepeot. Land Warrants ioaated on oommiasion. Land Warrant quotations regularly furnished if re quested. Warrants will he ff>rwardec to Western Houses on orders, or sent for sale on oommiasion to reeponiibie part.es. Rial Estat* and lN?VKANras.?Real Estate bought and sold, and Insurances eneoted. Claims on Unitid States, Covmt or Clatiis, Hon?kk/s.?Claims on the Um|?d States, beforetne ourt of Claims or Congress, intrusted to us, will be prosecuted by prompt and abie attorneys. CHUBB BROTHERS, jan Tl Opposite the Treasury. B ANKING H O IT S E or CHUB R BROTHERS. dt positimr Bank Notes will B Depositors d.p..sitiuar Bnnk Suites wiU please irark their ChecSt* payable in currency. Depot ite* of Gold Will be paid in Gold. Aeooimts wi .1 be opened with depositors allowing them to deposit Go'd ar.d Check for ourrenoy, the depositor being credited W!'h the ditfr-ren^e. se2>< tf CHI IIB BROTHERS. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITES. MONEY to LOAN on STOCK SECURITIES CHUBB BROTHERS, BANKERS, ?an 57?tf (tpyuiif ikt Trtasuri. S V O'EECHKS OK BRITISH STATESMEN', * from Water 00to the passing ofiho Reform Bill, 1 vol., London. I&57. #1.25. Speeches of British Statesmen, from tiie Reform B11 to the K ussi.in War. t vol., London, l?37. Report on the Hudson's Bay Company,I vol., l.on dou. JiS7. $2.75 Sir Joha liersvheli'a Essr.)s, 1 vol., London, lft>7. i s >i. Bums'* Ornamental Drnwing and Architectural Design, with 2"? illustrations, I vol., London, Ik.77, % 1.25. Berren's Spherical Tables for tireat Circle Sail ing, 1 vol.. London IU.57, .^il.U. ? Karon MancLaaaon : n lac ?imiie reprint of the onsiiial edition. With enguivings. I \o|., Loixlou, lS&7.R7een'K. Manual of Dnils for Heavy Guns. 1 vol.,(official.) Norwich, Kn.'land. cents. Bourne's Catecuisui of the Stemn Engine; en larged edition. London, laS?, fS.W. Fortitioation. PieUl.and Permanent; by Captain Lendy, I vol.. Li*ndon, 1357, ILitton's >latf;eiiiH?ical TsMes; Budge's f'raeti ual Minert' ??ii.de: Trubuer's Dictionary ol Four I anguarch; Hertelett's Commercial and Slave Tra. e Treat:?a : 1'Rlrners'onV (Jbintoiia and l*olic>: Froude'a Historv of England; Biiins's Mechanical and Kn;inenring D'awiiix; Memoirs of the Duke of St. Simon; Mill's Colonial Constitutions; (Cornwall Lewis on the Government id Dependencies: Bur ner's C> clupedia of l*niversa! II1 story. J 1? FRANCE TAYLOR. F'RL'IT.?New Kleme FIGS; new UAISINS, in uuarter, half, arid whole la>xes; new Cl K RANTS. CRANBERRIES; fresh CHER R I KS, C.OOSF.HKR KIES. PEACHES. WIIORTLE B f- ftRIES. TOMATOIX. et oetsra. For sale hy KING* BUR CH F'.l. I., n 12 corner !&tl> street and Vermont ave. 1RGINIA AND DISTRICT MONEY TAKEN AT PAR rot BOOTS, SHOE5. AND TRUNKS, %. P. HOOVER'S IRO*N HALT TIOOT.SIIOE AND TRUNK ESTAnLtsllMENT. Pcmm'jltaniit attune, btucttn, 9:h n*d lota st3. I have just returned from the N'orthgga^ 10 with a splendid assortment ef a!i|M|a kinds of ladies. <ient .en,ens, M _ ^ ses, Bots*. Childrons', and Servants' f<K)'Ts and SHOES. Aiso, a 'ar;e stock of RI NKS, CARPET BAGS. VALICES. and SATCHELS,all of which 1 will sell for the above money. Calf early, at SAM'L. P. HOOVER'S. _ se 30 | ron Hall. MRS. HALE'S NEW COOK BOOK?*! Mrs Hale's Receipts forth* Million, %1 26. Wtddifield's New Cook Book. ^ 1. Miss Leslie's Lady's House Hook, $1. Miss Leslie's New Cookery Book. ?:.?>. Mrs. Childs' American Fruga! II<-u-e wife. 25 ots. Se venty-hve Receipts for Pastry, Cakes, and Sweetmeats. 26 ots. Miss Beecher's Domestic Receipt Book, 50 ots. fhe Housekeeper's Booklets. he Family Rtceipt Book for Making Bread, Rolls, A o ; IS cts. The Household Manager, by Charles Pierce, Lou doii-. e5cts. Miss Leslie's ^ewBeoeipts for C<M>Wery. fl Miss Leslie's J'wo Hundiod Receipts f<?r French Conkery. 2* ots. Dr. Kitchener's C<M>k's Oracle,eta. D??mestie C?K>kery. a* cts. The Fr^noh Cook,25cts. Cookery. Carving, and Etiqtiotte of the Table, Lon don; 75 cts. Mre Handolph'e Virginia Houaewife, 90 eta. l.eCuisinier Imperial, Paris; 82 25 ShiMiriss Worth of PraotioaTReoaipta, London S7 centa. .5* F_fi\??rK TAYLOR. prLI'IT EHKM'ENCK OF THE NINE ? teer.th t entnry--Itein* Disooursea of eminent living Ministers u. England Frauo^. Ainunoa, Get - many, S^of and Ireland, and Wales; one Inrne octavo voltime of Hifr pa^es and several portrait*. 1*57, price #2,75. _"27 PRANCK TATLOt. Christmas presents, f.? rrien,is%tadia t/ tan*. METZEROTT'S WASHINGTON VIEWS. For nale at all Bookstores. n 57 HJ . Mal.A I'OH LIN has the largest stock of ? Toys and Fancy G??o?l* la the City. \0. 20 Pa. avenue. I>etwe*n 8th and Vtb streets, opposite Centre Market. n?y ORIENTAL NAll. P?)LISH,fivinje s heauiifnl lustra to the Anger ivu^s, at GIBBS'** Hair More, neer l.tlh street. Pa. ave. a in S?n HAlR.TOnTII, NAIL ANl) BAN OOl.LNR BIt I'SH ES, at G! BBS' Hair Store, aear 13th st. and Pa.av.,and at his Sales RtMiin, uslw Wilr laidn' hotel. n MM |4' U K MOUNT V h R N O N . The Steamboat THOMAS COLLYER, having been thoroughly repaired, will make regular trips to M>>unt Vernon, leav 1^ u * her wharf, in this olty, ?ver?^? TUESDAY and FRIDAY MOR NI NG. at ?o'oik. During the intervening time she ? Iti ruu regular trip? to Alexandria, as usual. ihjH tf THOMAS BAKER.Captain. PIANOS FOR HIRE ver? low,at ELLIS', ** between 9th and loth ale. a !? DireotoryT , ~~ ~ ~ ? ~ _____ lyA>ULNtfTON bkaNcu railroad. TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS. From WASHINGTON at 6 a. m.. oonneoting V Relay with trains for the Weet, and at Baltimore vith those for Philadelphia and New York; at S3 a. in . lor Annapolia, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New York ; at 5 p. ui. for Baltimore aod Norfolk and at Relay with Frederick train. EXPRESS at 4J0 p.m. at Relay for the Weat. and for Annapolis, Baltimore, Philadelphia, lad New York. On Sunday at 4.90 f. m. From BALTIMORE for WASHINGTON at 4.16 and 9.1& a. m.. S and 5.15 p. m. Oa Sunday at 4.U a. m. Jelttf T.H. PARSONS. Agent. jJRANGE AND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD 9 RE AT SOUTHERN MAIL LINE Twioe Daily. (Sunday nights excepted.) betwoec Washington city and the south, via jLU^XANORlA. GORDONSVILLEasdRICH Leavoe Washington at 6 o'clock a. m. M Washington at 7 o'clock p m. For LYNCHBURG and the SOUTH WEST. Leave Washington at 6 o'clock a.'in., arrive id LYNCHBURG next morning at 4 a. m., connecting with the tram* on the Virginia and Tennessee Rail Road for MEMPHIS. Mail Stages from Char otteeville to Lynchburg a distant** of fin miles. Fare from Washington to Lynohburg, $7.75. The steamer GEORGE PAGE, foot ofSeventh atreet, being owned by the Railroad Company, runs in connection with the trains. Tickets lor Lynchburg prooured on the Boat. (T^ Omnibuses and Baggage Wagooewillbeattbt Depot of the Washington Railroad, to convey pas* aengers and l>agzage to tho Steamboat, for Alexan dria. a distanoe of six miles, allowiug ample tiro* for meals. JAMES A. EVANS, A*eot. Alexandria. July, 1357. If l-tf J^EW AND IMPORTANT SCHEDULE. FOR ALL PARTS'OF THE WEST. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. The reoentextensinnand improvement of its lead ing connecting lines al the West lias required an en tire revision ef the running arrangements of this road by whioh highly importaat advantages to the trav eler are seoured. Oh aud alter MONDAY, June 15. 1857, THREE DAILY TRAINS will be run in both directions for through pn?seiigers. Firet-The ACCOMMODATION TRAINatarta from Camden Station, Baltimore,at 7 A.M.,<exoept Sunday,) stops at way stations and arrives at Cum berland at 4 P. M. Second?The MAIL TRAIN starts (Sunday ex cepted) at 8?> A. M-, and arrives at Wheeling at 4 'A A. M., connecting at Benwood with Central Ohio train* for Cotuinbus. Cineinnati. Indianapolis, Lou isville, Chicago. St. Louis. A.o.. and at same place with trains for Cleveland, Toledo, Detroit, Ac., by Cleveland Koad.and also at Parkersburg with Ma rietta Road. Third-Tbe ST. LOUIS and CINCINNATI EXPRESSTRAIN leaves daily at 5.<*5 P. M., con necting at Benwood at 9 A. M.with express trains from Bellaire to Cincinnati, {without chanrt ol Can at Columbus,) and reaching there in but 25 hours from Baltimore and 26 hours from Washing ton. It also connects directly, in both directions, at Grafton with cars by Parkersburg and Marietta mads for C&lttioothe. Cincinnati,Tlo. These trains oonnect at Xema for Indianapolis, Chicago and St. Louis, and at* Cincinnati with the Great Ohio and Mississippi Express for Louisvi'ie, Cairo and St. Louis through to SI. Louis iii less than 42 hours from Baltimore. Bv this train the time to all the central and southern places in the West is much less, while the distante is from 4? to 100 miles shorter than by the shortest of other routes. From the West these connections are equally close and satisfactory, ar rivlngat Baltimore at 8.30 A. M. fUr" Baggage checked through to all points. THROUGH TICKETS sold at lowest ratea al Camden Station and nt Washington. D. C. I'assengers from Baltimore or Washington maj viete the Mliri road by daylifkt, by takiug morn ing trains, and lying over at Cumberland or Oak land, and resuming sext morning It Wheeling Ao oo m mod at i on train, leaving Cumberland at 8 and Oakland at luJO. Ff)R WAY PASSENlinHS. The Cumberland Accommodation Train at 7 A.M., wul stop at all Siation8 east of Cumberland, and the J Wheeling Accommodation at all Stations beyond Cumberland going West. ErstwarWIy. the Mail Train leaves Wheeling at 83? A. M..and Accomod ation leaves Cumberland at 9, reaching Baltimore at 630 P. M. , ON THE NORTHWESTERN VIRGINIA BRANCH, between Grafbm and Parkersburg, way passengers will take the Expreaa westwardly ana the Mail eastwardly. The FREDERICK TRAIN atsrta at 4 P. M., stopping at way stations. Leaves Frederick at 9.If A. M., arriving at Baltimore iV noun. The ELL I COTT'S Al IL L TR AIN lenvp? at 5.45 A. M., and 5.15 P. M. Leaves Ellioott'e Mills at 7 A. M.and 7 P. M., except Sunday. FOR WASHINGTON AND THE SOUTH. Leave Baltimore for Washington at 4.15 and 9.14 J?;V tJn Sundays at 4.15 A. M., and 5.15 P. M.only. Leave Washington for Baltimore at 6 and 3.30 A. M.and Sand 4.2? P. M. On Sundays at 7 A. M., and 4 P. Al. only, The first and fourth trains from Baltimore, and the ses'.nd and fourth trains from Washington, wi'l be express mail trams, stopping only at Waslungtor Junction and Annapolis Junction. The 9.15and 5.15 trains from Baltimore and the 8.3f and 4 80 wains from Washington oonnect with the trains from Annapolis. k*'s, information, fare, Ac., apply to J. T ENG..AND, Agent, at ttie Ticket office, Camdei Station. \VM. S. WOODS IDE, Jy 13-tf Master of Transportation. Baltimore. TdE PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COM PANY. One of the Steamships of this Comeany, carrying the United States Mails for ACAPULO, CALlh OK.MA, and OR KG ON, leaver Panama twite each month. on the arri val of the I'm ted States Mail S.S. Company'a steam ers, which leave New Oileans and New York regu larly on .Mil and 2<)t.h of each mouth with the mans, and patseiueis conducting via PANAMA KAIL ROA |)S. These steamships have been inspected and ap proved by the Navy Department, and guaranty ?p?td and The Panama Railroad (47 inilos long) is row eom R.etod from ocean to ocean, wnd is croasod in 3 or 4 ours. The hargage of passengers is checked hi New \ ork throughtoS.au K ranoisco. and passengers are embarked at Panama by steamer nt the company's oxpense. Tho money paid in New York covers all expenses of the trip. Reserve steamers are kept in port in Panama and San I- rancisco, to prevent detention in case of acci dent, so ttiat the route is entirely reliable?uo fail ure having occurred in eight years. Passengers leave Panama the sain a day tiiey ar rive at Aspinwall. Conductors go through by each steamer, and take oharge of women and children without other proteo tors. For through tickets at the lowest ratea appljat the agency, 177 West street. New York, to I. W. RAYMOND,-or to ARMSTRONG, HARRIS A CO., New Oi leans,- or jyS4?r C. L. BARTLETT. Boston. T^HE NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES MAIL 5TEAMERS. Tki Skin composing this Lint art: The ATLANTIC .Capt. Oliver Eldridge, The BA I.TIC. .....Capt. Jo?,oph C'unstock The ADRIATIC Capt. James Weet, These ships having bsen built by cot tract exy/easly for the Goveinmeiitservtce.eviKT iw.ro has ttean takes in their oniistruotK n, ax also in their enginer. tn iu sure strength aiid speed, and their aneommodatinna for passengers ar* unoquallad for ofe^aaoe and com fort. Prioeof passage from New York to Liver>oel,ic first oabiu, #i3?; in second do., $ii ; exdJgsive use of extra sixe state roonirf, $Xb. From Liverpool to New York, ao and 2" guineas. An experienced Sur geon attached to each ship. No berths oan be seoured until paid for. Tlie tin pa of tbia line bare improved water-tight balk heads. PROPOSED DATEQ OF RAILING. yioa jsw roxt. I fsom livikpool. fatorday, Juuo io lia7. Wed.iesday, June 24.1AW Saturday, Juiy 4 1857 Wednesday, Ju|y 8. .1857 nturday, July 18 1 Id!' Wednesday, July 22. 1857 tturday, Aug. 1..... 186C: Wet nosday, Aug. 5. .1857 ? tnf.lut. A >?? 1 C luM 1 lrA.f..A...l... a .. _ in ii.ra Hturda), A ug. 15 l?57i WeiiuenU lay, Aug. 19 1857 Satarday, Sept. 12 .. .I8571 Wednesday', Sept. 2. .18.97 nosqsy, Se^t. 80 l&n ?y, Oot. 14. .1857 Sat unlay, Sept. 2G 1857| W Saturday, Oct. 10 1W7 Wednesti_F . ... ,.w. Saturday, Oot,34.... .2397 VVe>iuesday,Oot. 28 la*) Saturday, N"V. 7 is.y7' Weilnosdsy, Nov. 11.185? Saturday, Nov. 21 1857 Wednesday, Nov. 25.1357 Saturday, Dao,5?I8e7i Wednesday, pec. 9 1.19T IWedaeaday, Deo. SB. 1W7 For freight or passage, apply to EDWARD K. COLLINS, No. 56, Wall atreet, BRO^N.SHIPLEY A CO., Liverpool, STEPHEN KENNARD k, CO., W. Aaatio Friars, London. ?.G. WAIN WRIGHT A CO., Paria. he owners of these abipa will not be aooonntable for gold, ailver, bullion, aeecie, jewelry, preoio?a atouea or metaJa. nnleaa tilla of lading are aignee therefor and tbe value thereof expreaaed therein. je 15 U NITED STATES MAIL LINE ONLYREdULARLINE aRD WITHOUT ValLUUK FOR KI0HT THaBS, TO* CALIFORNIA AND OREGON VIA PANAMA RAILROAD. Rttular Sail ft Dayt, 6 tk # aut A af tati meal*. CaoTioli.?So many frauds and imposi tions of various kimte have Iwen lately* eerpetnitnd on traveliers bound to CA LI-* FOR NIA. that the eubporilier. thf only authorized Agent (or passage by the U.S. Mail Line,via Pana ma, in the oity of New York, feela it hia duty to eantion ail peraona aeeking paeaage to California, that, to avoit* imposition, they muat be careful to find the true office of the Steamships of tho U. S. Mail Line, vi% Paeama Railroad, ae no other oAo* ID New ^ ork is authorised to engage passage. The Compaaiee have unli one office in Now York, Which laat I7T West street, oorner of Warren street, fronting on the North River,at theheadof tho Com* pany's Wharf. |L7~ Obeerve my aign over tbe door. I. W. RAYMOND, Agent, ' le te New York. 8T^I SfWMMi*j 2;^-?1-iftta ATI Br* ? Cathartic Pills, (SUGAR COATED Tha following nmniiM are of fered to the puhlioas the best, most perfeot, which medio*! ??i?noo mn afford ~ A YERTS CATHaRTIC PILLS nave been prepared with the utmost skill which the medi oal profession of tins age possesses, and their effects show they have virtues which surpass an? combi nation of medicines hitherto known. Other prepa rations do more or lass food ; but this oures such dangerous complaints, so quick and so surely, as to prove an efticaoy and a power to uproot disease be yond any thine which inan have known before. Hy removing the obstructions ut the internal organs and stimulatinx them into healthy aotion, they renovate the fountains of life and rigor,?health courses anew through the t>ody, and the siok man is well again. They are adapted to diseaae, and disease only, for when taken by one ut health they produce but little effect. This ia the perfeouon of medicine. It is antagoniatie to disease, and no more. Tender children mar take them with impninty. If they are

sick they will cure them, if they are well they will do them no harm. Give them to some patient who haa l?een proa trnied with bilious complaint; see his t>eiit-up. tot tering form straighten with strength again ; ao hia lorg-lostappetite return; see hia clammy features blossom into health. Give them to some sufferer whose foul blood has burst out in scrofula till his skin is covered with sorts; who stand*, or aits, or lies in anguish, fie has boen drenched inside and out with every potion which ingenuity could aug gest. Give liirn theso Pills. nnd mark the effect; ??* the ?caba l<til froin his body ; sue the new. fair skin that has grown under them; sea the late leper ^hnt is clean. Give thein to hiui whosa aiurr humors have p anted rheumatism iu his joints and bones; move lino, and he screeoiies with pains; ha too has been soaked through every muscle of hi* body with liiumeiita and salves; give him these Pills to purify his blood; they may not cure mm. for, a as! there are oasea which no mortal power oan reach : but mark. he wa<ks witu arutuhes now. aid now he walks alone; they have cured him. (jive them to the lean, aour. haggard cyspeptio, whuso gnawing stomach has long ago eaten every aim.e from his face and every n.usole from his body. See his appetite return, awl with it hiehea.th; aes the new man. See her that was radiant with health and loveliness b astcd and too early withering n way; want of exercise or mental anguish, or some lurking disease, has deranged the internal organs of direa tion. assimilation or secretion.till they do their off)o* il . Her blood i? vitiated, her heaith is gone. Give her these Fili.s to stimulate the vitnl principle into renewed vigor, to cast out the obstructions, and m fusea new vitality into the blood. Now look again ? the roses' blossom on her cheek, and wher-* latelr sorrow sat, joy hursts from every feature. See the sweet infant wasted wifhwoims. Its wan. sickly features tali you without disguise, and painfully dis tinct, that they are rating its hfe away. Its pinched 3p nose and ears, and restless stealings, tell the readful truth in lans'iinse which every mother knows Give it the Pills in large doses to sweep these vile parasites from the Uidy. Now turn again and aee the ruddy bloom of childhood. Is it nothing to do these thin**? Nay. are thev not the marvel of this Ami yet tuey are dune around > on every dav. Have you the less serious ay mptoms of Micas dis tempers, they are the easier cured. Jaundice, Coa tiveness, Headache, Sideache. Heartburn. Foul Stomach. Nausea, Pain in the jjowela. Flatulency, l.osaof Appetite, King's KtJI. Neu algi*, Gout.and kindred complaints all arise Irom the derhngementa Which these Pills rapidly euro. Take them perse veringly, ar:d under the counsel of a good Physician, 1/ you oan; if not, take them judiciously by stich' advice as wegivoyoU, and the distressing, danger ous d.styises they euro, which afflict so many mil lions of the human iace, are cast out like the devil* of o'd-tliey must burrow in the brutes and in the sea. Price cents iwr U>x? 5 boxes for it I. Z. 0, till,MAN, Washington; and by H. COOK A CO., Alexandria, and all dcalcra in Medicine everywhere. d 9-im 1 GREATEST L THE AGE. MEDICAL DISC0fMMY OF 1~" Mr. Kbnmby, of Roxbury. lias disoorared In ona of oar oommuD pasture weeds a remedy that ouree ? VIET KiNC OF HWMOB, from Tk* worst Sero/uJa down to ? common Pimplt. Ho haa tried it in over eleven huudred cases, and never failed except in two oases, l>oth Thunder Ha mor. He has now in his possession overor.e hundred oertifioatea of its value, all within twenty miles of Boston. Two bottles are warranted to care a nursing Sore Muuth. One to three bottles will care the worst kind ef Pimpioa on the Faoe. Two iu three bottles will clear the ay item of Htlea. Two bottlea are warranted to onre the worst Canker in the Mouth and Stomach. Three to five bottles ore warranted to cure the worst kind of Erysipelas. One or two bottlea are warranted to cure all Ho mer in the Kyes. Two bottles are warranted to care Rnnninf of the Kara and Blotches amonr the Hair. Fonr to six bottles are warranted to onre corrupt and running Uloers. One bottle will cure Soaiy Pruptione of the Skin. Two or three bottles are warranted to cure the worst kind of Ringworm. Two or three bottles are warranted to eure the Boat moat desperate case of Rheumatism. Three to four bottlea are warranted to oure Salt rhenra. Five to eight bottlea will onre the worst case of Scrofula. A benefit is aiwaya experienced from the tirat bot tle, and a perfect oura ia warranted when the above quantity ia taken. Nothing looks ao improbable to those who have id vain tried all the wonderful medicines of the day, as that a ooaimon weed growing oa the pastttfes, and along old stone walls, should cure ever* htmtoriiithe System ; yet it is a fixed fact, if you nave u humor, it has to start. There nre no IF> nor AN DS, hums nor ha's about it suiting some oases, hui|not yours. I otx'.dled over a thousand bottles ofit in the vioimty of Boston. I know the effeots of it i? every case. It baa already done acme of the greatest cures ever done in Massachusetts. I gave it to children a year oid, to oid peopie of sixty. I nave sect: poor, puny, Wormy looking obildreu, whose flesh was soft ar.d Cabby, restored to a perfeot slate of health b? dr.e tKttle. To those who ars subjeot to n sick headache, one bottle will always ouro it. It sives great relief in oaiarrh and dizziness. Some who have taken it had been costive for years, and have been regulated by it. Where the ho<ly is sound it works quite easy, but where there is any derangement ?>( tlie functions of nature, it will cause very singular feelings, but tou must not l>e alarmed; they always disappear in from four days to a week. There is never a nad re sult from it; on the contrary, when that feeiing is gone, you will feel yourself like a new person. I heard some of the most extra vaKar.t encomiums ofit that ever man listened to. In air oaru practice I always kept itatriotly for hu mors?but since ua introduction as a general family medicine, xreat and wonderful virtues have been found hi it that I never siupeoted. Several cases of epiiept io fits?a disease which was aiwaya conaidered incurable, have beau cured by a few Ixittiea. O, what a merer if it will prove etfec tual m all cases of that awful malady?tLere are but few who hive aeen more ofit than I have. 1 know of several caaoaof Dropsy, all of them aged people cured by it. Fof the various diseases of the Liver, Sick Headache, Djspepsia, Asthma, Fever and Akuc, Pain iu the Side, Diseases of the Spine, and particularly in Diseases of the Kidneys, Ac., the discovery has done more good than any medicine ever known. No chance of diet ever neoeasary?eat the baat you out) ret and enough of it. Dtrgction* for Use.?Adulta one table-spoonful per day?children over ten yeara dcasert spoonful children from five to eight years, tea spoonful. As no direct ions oan be appliaable to all constitutions, take suihoient to operate on the bowels twice a day. D O jVa. IV Warrtn Strut. Roxbury, Manmckutstti, Agents for Washington.?Chaa. Stott A Co., Z. biltuHii. Kidwel! A 1 .aw re nee, J. II. Gardner, Hurry ? Co., I). Walsh A Co.. F. S. Walsh, J. P. Stone, Martin King, Nairn A Palmer, Schwartz A Co., O !! rs i> i >is <t iiift t ""sisi ?v a ?viir. i, Ulili wailt CL. I/O,. |/ loswell. Dan.el I). Clark, J. P. Milburn, Dunliar )ys(.n, F ord A Bro. Agents for Georgetown.?R. Cissell, O M Lonthain, J. L. Kidwell. my 5 ly PRIVATE MEDrCAL TREATISE o* TM* PHIHIOLQGICAL VIEW Of MARRIAGE, By M. B. La CKOIX, M. D., Albany, N. Y. Jrm pages and L3u hue Pbi'.n and Colored Lituogra?hs and Plates. IIT'PRICK ONLY 86CENT8.^3I inrs*Ht/rt* ?/>?<!??? to mil rmrtt oftkt Vmim? Dr. M. B. La CroU's Phyaiolofioal View of riag*. A new and raviaaa edition of w pages and 180 plates. Prioe.as oents a oopy. A popular and ootn prehensive treatise on the duties and casualties of single and nmrriod life? hnppy and fruitful atlianoea, mode of aeouring thein?infeliuitoua alid infertile ones?their obviation and removal?norvons debility, its onusea and oure, by a srocess at once so simple, safe, and effectual, that failure is impossible?rules for daily management?an essar on Sper nintorrhcea, with praotiaal observations on a safer and more successful mode of treatment?precautionary hints on the evil results from empirical practice; to which ia added commentaries on the diseases of fe males?from infancy to old %te?each oase graphical ly iJlastrated by beaatiftil states. It'points ont the remedies for those sslf-innioted miseries and disap pointed hopes so unfortunately prevalent in the young. It is a truthful adviser to the married, at>d those contemplating marriage. Ita perusal Is partio Slarly reomuinendeo to parsons entertaining aecret oubts of their physical condition, and who are oon soioua of having h&iarded the health, happin^ys and privileges to whieh every human being is entitled to. *rice 'lb centa per oopy, or five copica for ftl, mail ed free of poatago to any part of the Unitert States, br addreaaiug Dr. La CROIX, (post paid.) Albany. New York, enclosing 39 centa. \. B. Those wno prefer may consult Doctor ILA CROIX upon any of the diaaasea upon whieh his book treats, either personally or by mail. His medi oiis*h often ours in tha short space of six days, and Jjmpleio!y and eutirely enidicate all traoes of tbosa isordeis which oopMiva and oubabs have so long beau thought an antidote, to the ruin of the health of the patient. His " French Secret" ia the treat con tinental remedr for that class of disorders Whiok un fortunately, physioiana treat with mercury, to the irretrievable destruction to tha patient's constitu tion. and which all tha snraapariila in tfcs world out D^/;r No. 91 Maiden Lana. Albany, N. Y, fA W BOOKS. a Angell on Highways. Maryland Digest, vol.?. Selwyn's Nisi Pntis,2 vols., naw edition. I'eiteq States Digsst, rol. M. IMC. Bennett A Heard's Leading Criminal Cases,! vols. Story's Equity Pleadina. new edHion ?? .C. '^VJ'CTaYUIW., near corner of l-Tth at. a ad Pa.av. n9 %n 1TM BR ELLAS, CARD CASKS, PORTEMO ) naies. Paper, Pans, Che?s, Dominoo*. Doils, tn* ravings, at MoLADGHLIN'S. bo 18 *>. between 8th and ?th sts. " ? ? I ? - - - - Mfo+llan?m*. ByTHK PRI^lJmklT^/lF. this UNITUD , PlATbh; In pursuance*f law, I, J**k?"BdiHana?i. prui de?t of tiie 1 ufed State* of Amenoa,do hereby d* Oiare and mike known that potihe aaTec WiTl be he-d ?t Mm undermentioned l*n<Tolm fn the frtate t,f Lalih.rum, at the period* hereinafter designated, to At the land oft oe at Los Anoklob. oommenci** On Monday, tke tenth day of May n*rt, for the dis posai of the public lands Within the following-named townships. vi* : South o/ tkt ban lint mnd wt*t of tk* Sa* Btr nardina mtrid???. seotions one to twelve. inclusive; the north half of section thirteen: the north haU aud the southwest quarter of section foarteeu: aectiona h Aeon to t wan ty-one, mo.uaive; the north half of section twenty - two: the northwest quarter of section twee!y-three; eectioii twenty tve; the south halfof seotion twen ty-six; the southeast quarter ol section ,wenty ?even; aectiona twenty-aiue to thirty-two, incJa "** aoafh half of section thirty-three; tne northe.it quarter and the south naif of aeotion thir ty-four; and section thirty-hve, of townsh ip tkrae: eections three to sine, inclusive,the uorth tiajf ana the southwest quarier of scctiuu ten; the southeast Su.irteraiid the northweat quarter nf section eleven ie uortheaat quarter ami the aouth tiaif of seo<ioa twelve; aection thirteen; the eaethair ef section fourteen; sections aeventeen to twenty lour, inclu sive; the uorth ha If of section tweet; hve; and soe ti-'na twenty-six to thirty-five, mo.uaive, of town shir four, ol range three. Township fAr??, of ranter four. Sections one te twenty-four, 11 elusive: the north hall of aeotion twenty hve: and aectiona twenty -an to thirty, inclusive, of fwnship one; and sootious one to twenty-aeveu, inclusive, ofteteNsaijr three. of ranfe five. Seotions one, two, and three;the east Jialf of aeo tion four; the eaat half and the southwest quarter of section Line sections ten to fifteen, inclusive; the eoutheaat quarter of aection twenty: sections twen ty-oue to twenty euht, inclusive; the east half and the southwest quarter of aection iwauty nine: the aouth half of section thirty: aectiona thirty-one to thirty-four, inoluaive; and the northweat quarter of aection thirty-hve.of toumkip vm. of range siz. Korth ai the base line and at est of tkt 5aa Ber nardino meridian. . *?e?ti'>us on* lo eeventeen, inoluaive; Uia aorth narf of aection eighteen; the aouth half of section nineteen; aectiona twenty to twenty three, inclu sive; the northweat quarter of aeotion twenty-four th* northweat quarter of aeotion twenty-six; seo-' tiona tweuty -seven to thirty, inclusive; the eaat half or section thirty-two; the forth h.%11 of the northeast quarter and the uorthweat quarter of seo tion thirty three, o! township tnret, townships four and hve; aectiona one to eight, lueluaive; the north half or section nme; lections ten to thirteen. Lti?lu,li-re: ea,t effction fourteen; the treat halt oi section seventeen; aectiona eighteen and nineteen; .the west halfof aeotion twenty; the south east quarter of aection twenty ene; and aectiona tweuif-two to thirty-five, ia? naive, of toienskip atr.and township seven, ofrantt four. Sections one to fifteen, inclusive: the eaat halfof aeotion aeventeen; the eaat half of aeelion twenty? aectiona twenty one to twenty-seven, inoluaive; the north ha.f of aection twenty-eiaht; the norrheaat quarter of aection twenty-nme; the uortheaat qnar l?r of aeotiou thirty-f >ur; and the northweat quar ter of sectioa thirty-five, of township three, and townships four,fire, sir, and ?r<n, of range firt. ?eetiona one aadI tw? the north half of aection tiireo; the north half of aeotion foer: tire uortheaat quarter of aection fiv?; the weat hail of aeotion aix; Jr?.n0r ?. * *'th? quarter, and tne north na.i ol the aouthweat quarter of eeetioa aevew" thewe.t half of the northweat quarter and the aouth , haltofaeetion eijtht; the northeast quarter of aec iion elevenia.ci'on twelve: the uortheaat quarter ami the east I?a1f of the aoutneaat quarter < f aection aeveateafi; the enat lialf of ihe uortheaat quarter and the *outheaat quaiter of aection twenty; the weat halfof tna northwest quarter and tlo: south west quarter of seotiou twentv-one; the southwest quarter of aectmu twenty-*ix; and the nortlimat quarter of section thirty-five, of township thr,e and townships four and fire,of range six Sections ore to eiRhteen. inclusive; the north half or section i^ceteeu; aeolioun twenty to twerty-f.ve. inclusive; the northeast quarter of aection twenty ?ix; the northweat quarter of aection tweuty seven; and the northeast quarter of section twenty-eight, oltoirnikip four ami township fire,oi range term. sections one to aix. iuclusive;the northwest quar ter or aection sever.: the northeast quarter of section nine; the north half of aection ten; aectiona eleveu twelve, and thirteen; the northeast quarter of oew tioo fourteen: and the northeast quarter vf aaciujii twenty-three, of townskip four, aud township five. of range esgkt. .. .. The northweat quarter of aeetio* three; aeetiona fiiur, fire, and six*, the uurtb baif of section eeven; sections eipht and sine; and the northeast quarter oi ?eotioiiMveuteeu.of townshipfisur; aiul townships *r? and stjr, oT range nine. Haetiona one and two; the northeast quarter of ?c?tKm three; the west half of ???ofion eleven; the northeast quarter of eeotion twelve; eeot;ou four teen; and the southeast quarter ol aeofaon h.'teer, of town?hiy four, sections one to twenty-?i(ht. iuc!u sive; the northeast quarter of seotom twenty-oine: the northeaat quarter of aection thirty-three; ami aeotiona thirty-four and thirty five, of towns him rtce, and tewaitiriti'.ef range trn. Sootiona one toetfhteen, inclusive; the northwest quarter of aection nineteen; the northeast quarter of aeotion twenty-one: the northwest quarter of aec tion twenty-two; and tae northeaat quarter of sec tion twenty-four, township fine: and totnsAm sir, of range eleven. Sectioua one, two,and three; the aorthcaat quar ter of aection ten: sections eleven, twelve, thirteen and fourteen; the southeast quarter of aection fif teen; the southweet quarter of aection eithteen auction mnet^eu; the southwest quarter of section twenty; the east half ol acctiou tweuty-two; the northwest quarter of aeotion twenty-three:sections twenty-aeveu to thirty three, ino'uaive: and the north hnlfof section thirty-fi?ur. of township five and lownships sir and seren.ut range twe'v. ' Seottou one; the northeast quarter of ?ect<on t wo* the southeast quarter of section ten: the south half of section eleven; section twelve: the east halfof a.etion thirteen: the northweat quarter ol aeotion fourteen: and the north half or aeotion hfteer. of township four; the southweat quartarof section **-veu; the aouth hall of section eight: the southwest quarter of se ction oiue ttie west half of seotion fif teen; 111 o uorth haif of seotion acveiit(-cn; section ouhtccn: the northeast quarter of aection twenty two; and seaborn twenty-three, twenty-four, twen ty hve. twenty -six. aud thirty five, of township ht e, sections one to seventeen, inclusive; the north half of section eighteen: the northeast quarter ol section twenty; sections t went %-one to twenty-five inclusive; the noi thxast quarter of section twenty ' I'hirUr0*'*'*1" S,T' 84 t^arrisbip seven,of range Section thiiteen: the southeast quarter of section M'Urteeu; the souiheN.t quarter ol section twenty two; tho east liairain! the southwest quarter of *eo tl<m tweir.ly-three; tLe northwest quarter oraeeTToB twenty-four; the north half of seotu-n twenty six* and the cast half of suction twenty -s?ven. of : own ship fire; sections one, two, and three; the north east quarter and the north hair of th* northwest quarter of section four; the northeast quarter of tectum eleven; section tweive: and the north halfof Bc-cfiOti thirteen, of t<urH*hfp >t/; sections one to eighteen, inn. naive: the north halfof section nine teen: the north half of section tweuty; sections twenty one to twenty eieht. inclusive; the south luilf of feet loll twenty-nine; tlu- southeast quarter <?f section thirty: the north half of the northeast quarter of sectioni thirty -one: the m rtheast quarter and the north half of the northweat quarter oi seo tiou thirty-two; and sections thirty three, thirty f'Juruen ' of town* kip teven, of range ^ f*R *^icisro,oomrrencing on Monday, the third dau of May next, for the disposal or the puhlio lands within the fo low un named townships, vis : Xortk of tk* bute lint and east ef tkt Mount Diablo meridian. r ractional township '.km, of range one, North of tkt base line and west of tkt Mount Diablo meridian. Fraotionaltawnskips four nnd five, of range one. South of tkt Late line and east %f tkt Mount Ihnolo meridian. Secuoi:? one to eighteen, and twenty two to nine' r ?. inclusive, of townsktp tin, of range Township ten; and seotions one to six. inclusive ?i*ht to hOeen, moliisive; and twenty-two to twen ty six. inclusive, of township (Irren, or range t'n Iowusliips t*n ainf sfctions one to six! un-JuMve: eight to fifteen, ineliisive; twenty one to twenty eichf, inclusive; and thirty four nii.fthirty h\e, of toirnxhip Hr-/re, aretmus oi.e, two. three and nine to hltecn, inclusive; and twentj |?n to twenty seven, inclusive, of r*ics^,r ,kiriten of range eleven. ' Frscttoa/il tewuship leu; tewqships eleven, twelve, and thirteen; seotioi.cone t?? five, laolnsive eight to seveutneq, innlnsive: twenty to twsntr nine inclusive; and thirty-thiee, thirty four, and thirty hve,of towns kip fourteen; sectir.ns on* to four, inclusive; teu to thirteen, indusive; and twen ty four ai.d tweuty five, of township fijtttn, of turtlvi, ??? "4 Fiaotional township fltvtn; townships tvelvt, thirteen, fourteen, aoid township fifteen, txetpl ?trtton tktrty-ont; and sections one, two. and twelve, of township sixteen, of range tkirtten. Townships twelve, tkirtetn, fourtten, ai.d fif teen; seotions one to aeventeen, inclusive' tweatr ons to twenty seven, inoiusive- and thirty-four and thirty five, of township tirtetn, of range fourtem Townships tkirtetn. fourteen, fiftein. and r<*-' teen; the aouth half of seotion four; the south half or seotion five; seotions seven, eight, and nine; the west hair of seotiou ten; and sections thirteen to thirty -five, inclusive, ol township twenty, of range Fraotuinal township sixtten; and townshiD twtn ty. of ranee sir teen. r ? Fractional township sixteen; and townships *ee enteen, eigkteen, nineteen, aud twenty, of mmee seventeen. * Fractional townships seventeen and eight* en,and townships nineteen and twenty, of range eighteen t* raotional townships eigAKea, nineteen, and twenty.of rnngt ninttetn. At the land office at MAKVBviLLir.oommenoinf on Monday, the srventetnth day of May next, fturthe disposal of the pul.lio lands withiu the followinr named townahipe, via: North af the ba%e line ami east of the Mount DtuMa meridiem. Fractional towushie four; township five; frac tional townships twelve, thirteen, and fourteen and townshinx leveller n and e ig h te, M. of ranee one Fractional towrnhips twelve, thirteen, nnd Uur trea; and townships sermfrm, eighteen, and nine teen, of rangt (we. . ??? ?un? North of tkt baseline and west nf the Mount Diablo meridian. J1"?1'*?j ?f ?.T'i7.lwl"T Afteett, aud sixteen; frao tional towiiHliip?*fr#i*tr*?,M'**i?ri?,aml nineteen ? lw*,,l*-?>ne.of?i?if? three Heclions one, two, three, and ten to fourteen, in oiusive; the cast liaJf of seetion fifteen: the east half saetHHis twenty-three U> twenth-vix, moJusive; aud bvoIhib thirty-five, af township fourteen; sections one, two. aud three; the east half of sectioa four; the eest halfof section niue; suctions ten to fifteen, moliisive; the east half of srotion tweuty-one: seotions tweet v-two to twenty-seven, inclusive; the northeast quarter of section twenty-eight: and seotions thirty four and thirty-hve.of township^ffcra'; sections one to four, inclusive; nine to fifteen, inclusive; twenty-one to twenry-eirht, inclusive; and thirty-three, thirty tour, and thirtv-five. of ttrwnship sirteen; section* nsieto seven, inclusive; the north hall and the south a quarter of section eight; sections nine to if ? inoiusive; the west hair of seotion seventeen; ons ei? hteen xnd nineteen: the northwest snar ter of aeotiofl twenty; eeettoaa tweotv one to twenty-eiffit, inoiusive- the west half of seotion ttiirty: and sections thirty three, thirty-four, tad lairty five, of township nvisioa, aeotio&a one to it'JjfS* ? ty-rwa u. (Mbit-MfN, ^^i7mWw MOti.Xltwaaty <MCI.t; Vfc? ^,S'j2??? **cl"'"* thirty and thirty one the weal ^'rf t,rn: **? "M" half1 of sect** ttuiy jAwf; tud Moiuiii thirty |>nr and tf irti* ive^c.f t -ximlMp 'uAlitii. an-ftowu*'iips*.*,<,,1 and twerty-eme. of r*aike/c?r.' 22? rw" f*? ,n fifteen. limia ' M**t nomt*vt 4>( MX-tint twenty tVO fiH rt?2f ,.U*rUr ?f ?*??*?? Ihlil) lour. *uT?u IOU thirtr^tve. oi township ?*e,e**,n, motloae ^.*' tJ>r**; tb* ?*'Uiheast quartern see ? *^M,w 't?j to ilttfc, iDCiutir#- r|i? -aevsa. iM'unrrttMl mi'Ihh a thirtf-ioir *nd ikirtf-ivf, of Umuint ?nti<ra 5?i22Xr?two mml ikr?'Kuuic of section four; lectior.i ten to filleen, imJohm sections twenty two to twenty seve?'nT^lvT' a^lsA^ a^ndl/w 5?' ?Dl1 th,rTr fcr? - o1 to* r. at. j p rmZttfiZt. toWn,l,">* '*???'? Ml rtcmtp-vmf.oT *&? M?rOfr?f?d by in? tor the at* of scftoo a, Ur H>?ether Willi t noee foi^ahfJtti "Verflowad .and*. n.mlf therein unit Mm U ^ ,f *?'* ?* 'lie State by the iir.r'f',*,?;?,-? >?.?<* No wiMrAi or tntctk ?<?nUinm( nuiiMti T VU,'red ** lb* ?"*??? *3*?. "USS TllVJSr r ' '*?"?*>'*' 't'U'd amjfr. IlSSL^S?1 *f ?'Aer di*pc*t l?) the rt^inrr Itvi^.!! if1? ?c* ? Cof!*re??i npjroved Id .V a roll the e?l. ? Z Ji A " ^ror"1'' fur 'he surrey of Ln^Jr ? ^!1 " California. the gramme of pr? ,nJi* therein, end for other purposaa.' r ,?* ??nn* of (he above wiJi C v>m?ro#i.esd In wh1o?rtK?','>poil't?,'*Dd Wl1' >?>oead ?? the order h*rJ ^V?ar5 advertised. until the whole shall ?* e ?htT ?- !he ?*,e* thu# doeod: ?'Ut bo ^ _'" l "* **>* ?!>*? lonfcr than two wet\s, and bo prirttttMtf of uy o( the lands wili be Meiii^ ??tii alter the expiration .-ftheTi!, Givea under my Und.at the cu? ?( u ,^lnflli this sixteenth day of PcpinntMr, anno lioawni tma Ikoutud .i(kt loultMicI llt? B, ,h. F.r,?d.,r "MtS "?!haNAN. iMOi.A HsM)t:tt?, Cumaiaatonero| the General l^nd Oftoa. NOTICK TO PRK-FMPTIUN CLAIMANT* t/:ltrV.V":n to iba tit r?f pre-atuptioa to any of the .atida within the t?.?l>ahib? KnJ aarta of townabipa alxive enntnemtrd i? required tueatat> lia.i ?li- aat..e to I he *a?i?iiicf,??r: of the Recikterand ?***? ?**>d ofcoe, mnJ make rmp m*Ht ihrtt/ui aS fvon at prnfUtmhle mf.tr .. i.iS3r~~" ?*<-? UTEAM MACHlNhRV F(?R SOHKU' PHd 0 ?ELLt,K 8LO<\|? OF >Var. ?' NAV* DtfAlTMhAT. ( ?r..?n n? > , *?<??'I**r i?,J&T7 < <??' J" *\ . ?roaaj.a, andoreed " l'roa?<aaU foe ?.?2\ M,,1cl"i'rr> for >c,ew ? ro^ner5w?i o'dock IkrtTithTrita! *' Mii? I * pa ft ine.it until 3 a^ea .ik! a I-r,uio^7wSl"?^' PhpsSF*lu th* eJ o*vy y*^ " mUkt '?* J"1" "pecific aurn ^ rutt^a* L-?.,T. r.! j? "yaffil 11 J'eralion ? tniiaf^UcTwde a^ ?Tied ^t 7^ ?^r?e,^?-rr.e??irw ttmt im; be pro ^.?r. ^ i1' ,,,ie '" * '"eh the tort ?ili tie oooipieit^l. a id i? ho<?iraenied hy ttie n?u?i caar anlea requiie-d i>j i?w. fw naine J tkmmmtml,imL. atnted'.0 W tl,c w,>r^ ?? to In; t Aticuted Mtual too u^iai'i; ;f?;t: tixw. i,;v^:su.f " ' ?Derd and ' fuel ?i-rl'i.? "M'?- toOOIiOWIeii Cni,?nrnpttnit .if IU61, ! U? RH-U f.>t t?Td?W7iff# "?rf #uu,| v L l-i, . i . ?PV-e avkiJal4e Iih tiiat purp<>ae wiii admit. llie bollera to Ue <7 irun With t*l?*?oj?!C vinake. P!'niuat l>e placed at the jcreataai practioa t?i dtst>.nne froin fh^ nra i.:oast: tr>*> proi>* er with Ai2r^M,M",,i,r *?"???'??' t?w ?/gKiiwihff VMnSatTn^I^i? ^""",,",r, rmr rwwr"art>ar*frt? for ? f .1 '' ? ?Pl>urteaai,cea of a H ktmla neoraaa A **l5rt of tbr ?hoie to Im of Lto* nioat approved kuxla. The ooai Uuukei ? ai.iUt m*? a*c*. Two athwart?Li|?a iron l>u. khivida. a UiatiffTa* tr*fh Vl?- from which Van h^ ^l not leaa thon l?*i gaHon* per d?y ; all the tools afid ?U^^otop^oea ne.-e.aary aed'it.alhctorjf^ ? ettleient orui?m? ateam at.in of-war meat he t*T firJ!?hi.nd.ttaa ' ?"?! ? ??? of the*. autU wIM,d1a?* carprater work (exotat th? toor.aa th1#! ?m .1*r ^r the ihaft t neeeaaary to ad?3 era MdaLlil^lI?^u?n "f l)??'^ctiaer,. ho" ?, -y arrH lie prided at the expenao Of iSd. 1^. ?"d Jt W.lf pem.it the ual vV nSuZiS'z r:^rT b,v*fort""u* b For trie aectfAriioiUitioa of the entire Maam m? ouTe* h?a thl fUr' ,h'"" W'!I *,Ju*?<4n ,h* L"l* ot the k?i\p the eutire hpace under the Iwrth A, eJt theone extandnir fet warn a di'tnice nf frft ? t).? srea.eat t>raadta -,??Je.oJ.ar o| the piaalt under the iHtTT\ ,?,c ff?** *,i'1 lioicfct, fn?in tto?? ti p of tha tim^era to the under ante of the laamaiw/ ili ps. 1 ??m11n 13 f?i?*t !i iiiChex. Within ttota kmiw ii ,a ei recred to carry c.^ ft,ri!tda)a fuiraTeaimna We dnrly cnwaaiption of whrrh the l-idtler w "l VtVte n lua ?pfrifi?ationa: and ttieweirhtof the rmcMn*?? w.fhite.^'Pf'PvUer. and appemhwea'. 2^ l?l'*hre Work' "U,t rM,t . '.i"1 tl,e?fl aida of the mam mi at tSi r^r ."^! . forward item po?r willl.eaU.Jt !? .a * e '''stance between the (orwa-d aa. h?^ ir?lTrn P"*' W"i hr7 ^t; rhe . ^Xvsri.^.sr'*" -"??*??' ???? o.y? p;r.aia'C!r to the depfiriinoot. 1 he pr..pj?aal muit t>e mcowmannii'd I * fwi. ai ecili rtijona and eeneral drawir.*?. nana* the aoaitiou oi th?? centre of gravity of the mactuntry, U.ilert 4 c ...arked on them; r.v.nr a?ao the mjMu.ty Jf the ?Uuun cylinders ar,l*r? of U^t nhi deflvery valvea. and of air pump and outboard deliverer valvea j.p-ice for (team aUtv e the water line in boilera, the' f,V" 1'^ the il .Him ter. piteh?aur* ,*?f-* kind of propeiler.and olh? r pi iucm.H point* Ifcaf o-Ti.r'i ik?>u? can readiU aa Ui de. Theiem ji uXrl ry,fTOte ?f ?>e we,Kht of et.mnei. r*lUJZ ?f W"i??t will be that wlmn o?e fourth of tao iiisteriale and laUn prov ideo ir.r in the .outraet khal. Lave Wn aoMpi.t^ to the iit"l.e tionofrhe IVpartiaeiit. ihere otll lie iuaJeai>fi moiit of one irh part of the whole a?W,a */ti!e coutiaci: ; when one-half the work vhall ?>e m ,'iie tnar.uer ??e coaipleten there will leu further ne? nei t ?rJ"h 1 i??ree fouuha of the ZZ hSh I a\e i?dii o<>inp ett-d, a further pay me>it ml a. e tillh when the whole ahall havp baen ?-ompieted.aiid have mai.e a aatiafactor\ trial of one week, then n lurther pajment of one fifth: and when (he a hip atu.il ha\a y at for " ^riod oftluei laor.tha. then the rfmaininf aun aha;! tie p^id . TUe repairs neoeaaarr durinc tht? per,.wt from de leetive workinanahip or water.a!a will be at the e? P*"rJi"e of the o>>ntraeitor. Tha fH'poxala imast he explicit, ami no uualtfted or oouditi iaal offer wul be ?7?a dered. naioaw.d ISAAC TOUCFY; n an iswtd Secretary of the Navy. JJN1TED STAThto MAIL. VIRGINIA. Pi'iT Oyyiri DirtiTvtiT. Xnr V. Iff*?. I'ropoaivia for carry inr the maila of the United r-r-f-1' f et.nary. I?V. to * th June, IN, on the foliwwiiiK '?ute in the state of Via.iivi*. wifl t? raoa|ved at the c?hitract ofbceofthia department until 3 p. in., pfthe 4th uaj of Jauuary atxt to tie iTi'ir o? the followtnc o;i\ : ""k,,Lar> "***? lo M ?0 Pr.Hn Charlotfe?v,lle.by North Garden Ccvea rille. Oak Uwn, I .ovtoctou. Roae'a Nfi la. .. An,herat Court-hoiiae. at d ? ih.| N\ e!L to I vnehtoarf, > mile* aod ? *'* !rR?* " w*ea.la t"?r iiorae ooechea. t<ea\ a t uai><>lteavilla daily. except tounday. at "?fn: Arrive at l.yiirhhurr next da* b? ?)>, a m; ?'?n*1 , ejicept ^uutii), it 3 Ainveat CharioitoHTtlie l?j II pm: r?'P"jaJ? c?-nUi:uiiK a liiHereiit schedule at. ?lao be oouaidered. ?lL?r..,?f??"},f'r0^0?al lu,lraB'*e aiMl oertihcate: resuuementa ta U etni.n>o-<i SSSSffiff'"i?Sprw^w&? w " '"""aIS'o'STWuW, of n?l-law4w Post ma iter Qeneral. ^OTICR OF t{|K R FOV \ I PF TH<? ilnaaNJ rtttZnttW o^tS^a1?/ In accordance with the provuiona of the set of <-onareaa entitled "An av. authorising cnaia- a in theilooottoa of laad ottoe.,'; approved M< rch M, IM. itlit herein declared aid maJa known tiaat the 7 il'* .aa'swf public iandi. at tu ncaa. tha yjtaie ol Viwhi**^. tai l lie removed to Ue lai.aki>of iL'^ir """""'S1 * P*rio4 o? farticille. r uriher ??o?ie* a< to th?- precme time of removal land(Catnol l1** ^ t?Mir? lor that i.ivenundcriu, hand, at tl.e city of Waalimttoa, thia 3d day of I leeember, A. I>. U%7. B> order of the PresMeat. THUH. a. hfndricks. C- iiimissioner of the Generwi Land Olfiee. <14 lawi>w MORMON!^. JTi* LFAPFRS AVp |)K aicna. by John H>d?. Jr., formerly a \1 .rwon MPder.aud res:deBt of Salt Lake City. 1 vol..l*i.?., u< pa^ea. llliutiP.ted with eijjhf ?<i*?l euciarinaa * #I.H. (b?1? FR Wtlv TAVl.OR _ BLACK TFA.-W* call the att. ntion ? f ^ the community to onr ver? eh' ice Rl.ACK TKA ?in eu.*Utty it is nrrly eeualed?ard ? toich wa ofler as cheap as it oan he purchay* d m New > ork. KING k If C R? H I ILL, n 24 corner of Vermont avenue and IMh atreet. \fl'STANH GRAY.a new Norel.by the Hon' i"I Jeremiah Cl?meu?; #1. Mrs. Hale's Receipts for tha Mi lit ?n, o?ui tailing 4,5*5 Receipts: Mrs. Hais's New Cook Hook ; 91. ?? _FllANCK TAYI.OJ. SCISSORS. MIK RnRS. PO\T IIKR Ro\L". ^ke.,ilhlUli!<>!4Hair Store near ISth atreet. l a ave .and at hie Ifeleeritom, under ^Vlliarda?. nl0 3oi J^|AM8* HAM ??! HAMSV~~ We Hava a aho oe lot of Fanulv-eurad IIA MS. which are uuaarpaase.1 m exaelienoe, K,*? * RURCHPI.L. se34 Porner of Varmant avenue and 1Mb itiNt DIN FCT PROM PRANCK.-We have Just received? SAM Ol N FS. CHAMPIGNONS. Pbl l l'K POIHK ? Also, a frc? h supply of Anparaxus. Green Corn, Tomatoes, Tomato Sasoe. Peaches.?J?elnioq, l^.h afcrs, &o., all iu caim, ar.d f<>r sale KING k HI RCIIFLI . n 94 earner Vermont avenue ai d isth street.