Newspaper of Evening Star, December 16, 1857, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated December 16, 1857 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. THE DKSERTED HOUSE. t.Vef BT T*W JITaoW.) Bob and Jim hare ran a war, Side by a id*. . Lmtiu door and window wida; Costly tenants they ?' All within'a in awfa! plight; "Hi?ahed" ia ever* window light: ?ad no taingaa on the door, (One that tornad on two before. > Come away; no more of mirtb Ia here, or marry making aound; Ths "Adobis" house is hardly worth Tha peine to raze ft to the ground. Coma away ; for Bob and Jim Hera no longer d wall; But ia a town notorious? A great drinking city? thay hare bought And keep a restaurant. Thay would'nt let 'am atay with ua. ET Sahioinod wa give tha linea of Teajyaon, upon whioh tha above olavar parody ismade.--{En. THE DESERTED HOlSE. *T TlXIfYsOTf. Life end though: have gone away, Side by aide, _ Leaving door and window wide; Careieea tenants they ! All within ia dark as night; In the windows ia no ligtil ; And no murmur at the door. So frequent on ita binge before. Come away ; ne more o( mirth la here, or merry making aounJ ; Tha bouse was banded ol the earth. And shall Qui again to ground. Comeaway: for Lite and Thought Here no longer dwell; bet in a ?>it? glorious? A great and distant oily- they have bought A mansion incorruptible. W ould the* could have stayed with us. IC7" Fifty gamblers have been notified to leave the city of Dubuque, Iowa 1U~ I' 1* said that Gen. Concha has made over So.OOO.OU) within the last five yearn, as his per centags from tha sale of cargoes of slaves that he allowed to land The post otflce at Dightoii. Mass., wns broken into and roblied of one hundred letters and 840 in postage stamps on the night of the 7th instant. 6 Captain O. 11 Berryuian, who made the deep soundings for the Atlantic telegraph ??able, has accepted tha command of the mail steamer Oranada. for Aspinwall. |C7* A great number of Americans sojourning in Paris, have departed, in consequence of the crista, for fear that they will be short of money in ? little while. ' By the burning of the steamboat Rain Dow, recently, forty or fifty thousand dollars in goid. and twsnty thousand dollars in jewelry were lost. 7 ICT The Rochester L'nion says that one of the Republican State officers has just Iteen indicted bv a Grand J ury of one of the Lake cities of the West, for obtaining property by fraudulent rep r? station. r '"LnTTiJio thh Cat OrT."?A voung beauty beheld one evening two horses running off at locomotive speed with a light carriage; as they approached, she was horrified at recognizing in ths occupants of the vehisle two young gentlemen of her acquaintance. "Boys! bovs!" she screamed J? qgf-1 m^ ?U*?^U1c^'h'ilch out? especial 0!^ A correspondent of the Medical Times ?ays he bad lately been to see a patient in the country who is master of a pack of hounds, and hefoundthi, gentleman's huntsman vaccinating a litter of puppies, as a preventive against dis temper. The huntsman said he had done this, for several years past, that the success was quite eomplete, and that the practice was becoming general with huntsmen ? lV Missouri fwn a lad aged ten years, Heidenreleh, was murdered * Hame a*e nanied Theodore ?* E"iw .v f?rm" w^s returning to the house Hr k! f*tb9rj w,ttl ? P'*ce f*f wood and a basket -h.nft atld Wa* W'^'" ? few rods of hLs home when the last named lad claimed the wood and demanded It. It was refused, and the little elaimant attempted to take it by force. The other *nd W<" throvr<> down. His assailant E!L POW"riulV Pl*nt<? ? kne, firmly shoksd him ' holdiu* him ?"?ple*s. ARRIVALS A T PRINCIPAL HOTELS T.BAVTil,8iHOTiPkzi c Wi,?on- Pa; Jas 3 m/ R x r: U Uf. <*?; T E V> iliiams. dVr?- ^ u?u ' ' J ^ Middlebrook and la dy, Ct, B H Hooper and lady, Md; H Trail do 2n^rrTFandJai1V- d?ir d " ilZ 5d w ?i u*: i hV") Y>: J A C<*" lady, ii w j? ? ^ ^ Marriott, do: A Fair bank Mass, ?J G HeUs, Mo; J p Smith. Pa; J H Clark, Md;J Barnard, Mo; E M Htone and fam }}ji V.*V^, lT,er "nd fa,l,ilT. do; n Sw3Vn, AIurner^do; J W Rice, do; G IV Jen nings, NT : HP Chandler, SC ; Z Kid well, A Plummer \\ H Allen and lady. Pa; D M Ste^l man, do; \N A Tnornas and fhmiiy, Md, M Vtn v vi Ju ,d,?',L"CaUi"r^ RuH,ia > J H Coate* N "l? ' Wllaon' NY ; VV Sim W1LEARD9 HOTEL-A M Pennock, I SN; M de Grout, Paris; C Leonsrd, Va, \V L Fisher and lady, Md, C Prill, Mo; M Scheie de Vere, *?? F WoodculT, t Donohue and iady, J W Fa - iJ' VV Comstock, jr. RI;Mrs andMlss Msyuaxd Ct.D C Cl^gett and lad v. MIh Claggett, DC;> Barsted. M S Harris.N V D Yom and sister, do; Com string bam, L SN; J fowler, l.a. J Maitin, A Converse, Ct; G ^ J and T Cub.; Mr, ? m ' NJ; bright, do; E H Walton. \ v' Uhl?i 1 G W Hatch N iir nesii V v B:rleL,e' U S? F Kul" Hwiid Ms R N Leslie, NY; M ?<? ? S*'TH ? >?J B Chris r p'r r 5k ? u V Va; K J Nrwl?n. I? C, P G Bagby, R Hudgin. Vs; J O'Neill, Md: J Z tt Brent '?d^ ,NV' ? %>'**" a"d Udv d lit r i'w ' (>,,t America, E G S6^- ' H Hungerford, Mass; %fiss Hungsrford, do; T M Monroe, J j Thompson Dr Msrstelio. J Cross, M Entwiale, J \\ Urown Va B Rusaell, J C McConneJl, Md ",own? ^ ?, KIRK WOOD HOl^E -J 9 Pendleton, Va; J Morgan, do; J S Garrison, do; D S Watson, do, JtL? T^Tn- J*ii u C v?; O T John OCEAN STBAMBM8' SAILING DA YS Fkoh the Unitbd ?tat*s. SUmmtfB. For. J)mvt v*W ,,avre. Dec 12 i or* N^'W V ork..a(iln^ow.... ^ Boston Liverpool...Dec ltf Kdlnbnrg .New \ork.. Glasgow I)er :*? F*o* Ecrops. Europe Liverpool ...New York...Nov*> Jiortb !*tar Ho ainpton..New York...I>er 2 Canada Liverpool... Boston Dec 5 'OT"'* Liverpool...New York...Dec 1*2 ".v. Hoiitham'n..?w York...l>e, Mi City Baltimore. Liverpool...New York...Dec 16 The California mail steamers lea re New York ?o the 5th and 9Mb of each month ]\EW Pi and Examination of that part of the Vupren J Court a dsciaioo m ths Dred Hott case wi.icli de th* suconatitutioiiHlity of the Missouri Coni EiT/ri- ^ lh* "lf of "he Const? taUofl to rerfitanei. oarryinr iiAverv aionc with IV ^Lth5 authwr "f Th? Tnirty Y* ara Vi'w oo tsv?; David Appiston A Co. New York. 1K67 Ths abov* work just ia?u<*d from the preas for Sif V1* known stand,corner of 4>i atrsetand e?iit ion. beauti w.t2 C1au ?TW l\9'- ?B? paper ai d r?^ ' Bound in black olofh and gilt use. Price Up ?s a durable lorm lor permanent Tkis work is what itatitie purports to Im an ?,w ,,#| th* p? ties of^|i? ladies, part whieh reSueVto !hs ??rJ?\ ?uunUyj^d with total aUr,^"'?^ 1^,"^! views. The authors own wof-ls are: ? | /??'* ^arty. bot for all men who veoerweth* woikinfon naeeetors, and who wiah to see our Governm..,/ kMC on the foundationson which the* plao??| ,t ?' / D W.) And it it l?elieve?l that thia pledge haa l J/n ke.t in the work, and considered, h\ com Msnt jmJcea, as ths moat original and profound of ail the author a worka. and so treated aa to present new viswa to the oldest retdera, and in fsct to ap on n aubjeot auppoaed to liave o u . _JOB.f*H?LLINGTON. , Bookse ler, Odeou Building, corner 4ft st, *>*-** and Pa. nv._ f ?BON'S History of Banking, 1 volume, Lon 1 TLolt.9r\F "isnoea of the North Americnn States I vol., mOBuOB, Lirj?.?D Metal?. 2 vols., London Gr?|0B"^" t'Cf.i ,"teln ?'tl,e t'a,l*d f<tatMa?d ^Pmncia'a cLiOfuelea and Cliarseters of the St<?ck ne?, Ac^M-o* Fmj' ?n K*shacfe, Interest, Mo A'Defobcoof Usur. i Vo|# Go?*e s Journal of /iankme. I vol. SI"r Exposed. I vol. d.? Taastion and Funding, 1 vol., Loa Cohbstt'a Paper against Gold, I vol Conde Raguet's Free Trade Advr^ete, j Vola. Conds Hsgust a Fianncial Her later. J vola And man* other works on Poli.tml Commsroia! Relations, Finar.ce.. kc ^onomy, _?? FRANCK TAYLOR f ,YLNur:?TONJ?S TRAVELS IN BOl'TH f-* AFRICA.?This wonderful book is just pul> lishsd br Hareer A Brothers, snd for sals in tins ?!/'' SHILLING TON'8 BooLatore. price t2.Sn. Godes a I^dy , IJ.^k for January, IkM. ?h? euem of inoiitklise; splendid ainltelluhments. There are mthis number forty six engrsviogs, expressly for Indies. Subscripton? taken f?r ths year f3, or sin gls numbers K ota. each, at ? . ^ J<?S. MHII.MNGTON S tkv. k.Suuonsry an I Newspap-r Establishment, Odeoa Building, corner 4>? at, and Pa. av. d U at DK. VILLARD, DENTIST. LATE OF CHI CASO, II ing located umiaon m nuniw"iii ?? DOW prepared to perform al operations In his profee ai<m, in the most appr oved aty.e. . Olfioi. No. 3SB, Paan. avenue, adjoining Gautisr ? jan ? It r|*HE IMPROVED SETS OF TEETH. M. LOOMIS, M. D.. th7inTent?raud patentee of "Loomii* Mintral Plmt? T???A," having, aucoesafully introduoed hi* improvement ir various a lies. has now permanently estab liahed himaelf in WMhington. , Thia improvement for Seta of Teeth oonsistaohief ly in making a set of bnt one pteoe of material, and that indestraotibie mineral. No metal la used in their oonstruetion, and they are therefore free from galvanic action and metal to taste. There are no ipints to beootne filled with moisture or partiolea of food, henoe they arevsn and tltmn. They are lighter, stronger, less olumsy. tar more durable, and natural in their appearanoe. I will give a reward o One Thousand Dollars to any one who will produce a similar work of art to equal mine in parity, beauty, durability,artisticexoeuenee or any other resuisits ttahty. All work responsibly . arranted. 876 Henna, avenue, between 11th and 13th streets. apis-l* Dentistry, PR. STEPHEN BA1LY, Optic* No. 198 Pennsylvania Avbhvs, Tkrtt doort from 1414 Strut. Da. BAILY bega leave to inform the publio that be aan be aeen at all hia offioe, located aa above. He feela assured that an experience of fifteen veara' practioe. with the large number of patients, andgreat variety of ditnooit oases that he has treated success fully, will enable hun to surmount any difficulty, aoientiho or otherwise, relating to the Teeth. His own expenenoe oonfirming the opinion of many men eminent in the profession, and especially Drs. Harris and J. and E. Family, has led him, long swoe,todia eardall mercurial preparations for tilling Teeth.alao all Enamels, Gutta reroha, India Rubber, anu Ce ments for the oonstruotion of Continuous Gum Teeth, and that Poroelian, mounted on Gold Plate, la the only reliable substanoe that can be worn in the month, as wae moat conclusively shown by the laat American Dental Convention. Although he flatters himself from hia long reai denoe and practice in Washington, he la favorably known to hia numerous frienda and patrona, he bega leaVe to refer thein to the following TESTIMONIALS: Frem the late Reotor of the Churoh of Epiphany of tlua city Dr. Strphrn Baily: DoarSir? I desire to expreaa my eateem for you peraonallv, and my oonfidenoe in you aa a superior dentiat. The opcrationa executed for me have been highly aatisfhetory. I hose that yon may reoelve the patronage from my frienda and the publio that your akill aoweU deserves. Yours verr trulv, Washington, Aug.36,1856. J. W. FRENCH. From one of the oldest firma in Baltimore, Messrs. %* - /> ? ? ? B-jgga, Cot man A Co. oyedDr.r G ? Having employedl)r.Stephen B&ily, Surgeon Den tiat, of Waahmgton oity, to execute for ine an im portant and difficult piece of work, wbioh he did to my entire aatiafaotion, and in view of the faot that one of the most diatinguished members of the Dental College of Baltimore, failed, after repeated trials, to perform the same work satisfactorily, it rives ma great pleasure to expreaa my eutire oonfaience and high estimation of hia professional skill. Baltimore,Jan. 13,1857. HARMANN BOGGS. Extract from a note received from the late Hon. John M. Claytw. U. S. Sunatr, Aug. 19,185*. The teeth you made for me work admirably ; noth mi oouMbtUtur. &/CLAYtoN. To those that seek relief from the maladies of the teeth, I can cheerfully reoommend Dr. S. B&ily as a superior Deutist; he made a i>el of poroehan teeth for one of mr fiimi'iv, and plngged aeveral teeth for myaelf, and the work has aii Btood well for more ten years. ROBERT T. NIXON, of tne Va. Couf. of the M. E. Church South. April 19.1?W. We. the nr<Waigii*d, having had o^oasion to avail ouraefvea of the professional skill of Dr. S. Baily, Surgeon Dentiat of thia city, or having been oogni* ant of hia operationa on our familiea ot frieuds, take pieaaure in expreaaing our admiration of hia artistic sktli. as well as of the uniformly satisfactory minner in wnich he performs the most dehoate and difficult operations in Dental Surgery,and we respeotfully re oominend him to the conndenoe and patronage ol the publio. of whioh we oonsider him eminently worthy. Thomas U. WaLTXB, Arohiteot LT. S. Capito . Thomas Millkr. M. D.,of Washington, D. C. B. S. Boiirkr, M. I). of Georgetown, D. C. N. S. Lincoln, M. D., of Washington, D. C, Joe. H. Bradley, of Washington, D, C. Gborgr Walton, Kx-iiovernorof Florida. Walter Lenox. Ex-Major of Washington* Henry Baldwin, U. S. Patent Offioe, O. C. Wisht, Principal Rittenhouse Academy. febao tf Inwmuw, ftp, L D AND SILVER PURCHASED AT THE BEST RATES. FORE ION BILLS 0~F EXCHANGE SOLI), ON THE PRINCIPAL POINTS IN EU ROPE, IN SUMS TO SUIT. GOLD CURRKNCyTa^ND VIRGINIA MO NEY ACCOUNTS, WILL BE OPENED Ff)R DEPOSITORS, PAYABLE IN SAME FUNDS, OR IN HOLD, CHARGING THE CURRENT RATES.-CHRCKS MUST BE MARKED ACCORDINGLY. SIGHT DRAFTS GN~ALL THE PRINCI PAL CITIES OF THE UNION. SOLD IN SUMS TO SUIT. BONDS AND ^STOCKS SOLD ON COM MISSION. UNCUHMENT MONEY BOUGHT AND SOLD. LAND WAR kANTS ~PURCHASED ATTHE HIGHEST RATES. SWEENY, RITTENHOUSE, FANT A CO., d 4 3m Banker._ rpEN PER CENT. INVESTMENT. Corporation Bonds of the City of Davenport, Iowa, pavinr tn p??r cent, interest t?y Coupon in Jork. Bonds of ?5uo eacn. The growing oity of Davenport has now about 2??,0ui inhabitants, and is rapidly increasing in wealth and population. Its inunioipal debt is only % iiu.usi, and its railroad debt only and canuot now bo increased. The statistics of the cifv were published in the Intelli genoer of the S'tfi September. We reoommend these bonds, believing thein to l>e as safe as any State or city bonds. oott CHUBB.BPOTHERS WASHINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY. ? CHARTERED BY CONGRESS Capital. f?o,ooo :?! This Company is now prepared to reoeiveappliaa Uops for INSURANCE ON BUILDINGS, MER CHANDISE, Ac., at the usual City rates, without ?iy oharge for Poljoy, at their Offioe, corner of enth Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, over the Washington City Savings Bank. Directors. Wm. F. Bayly, Samael Baoon, Joseph Bryan, Jamea F. Haliday, W m. Or me, Hudson Tayior, Erancia Mohan, M. W. Gait. enj. Beali. JAMES C. MoGUIRE, President. Grafton D. Hanson. Secretary. ap 11-ly Banking house of CHUBB BROTHERS. Duposits.?Deposits reoeived and Checks paid witnout charse. DraAs on the uortheru seaN-nnl cities reoeived on Deposit at par. and Exchange on said Cities furnished to depositors without charge. Intrkrbt on Duposits.?Interest wili be al!owe<J on Deposits at suoii rates as may be agreed up><n. Drpoiits in ViatiiNiA and Uncdrrknt .\Io.nrv. Deposits in Virginia aud other Unourrent Money re oeived to be oiiecked for, payable in saute funds, or in specie, we charging the regular Exchange. Discounts.?Notes, Drafts, and Bills of Exchange Will bedisoounted, and Loans made on Stocks, Bon fa, and Securities, at the market rate. Lrtters of Credit.?Letters of Credit will be furnished, negotiable in the diiierent Cities of the United Statea, on Deposit of Money or Collaterals, and interaat allowed if Money is depoaiteJ, and charged if Couaterala, on auch terms as may be t* reed upon. Fravrlins Bills of Exchansr.?Travel?rs will be furnished with drafts in auch auma as iosy be de aired negotiable in the different Citiea of the Union. BiLLa and LrttkrsofCuroiton Ens land, Ikb Land and Eorofr.?Bills of Excnacge ami Letters of Credit on England, Ireland and Europe,furni"hed at the market rate for Exchange, in sums to suit. Bonds, Stocrs, An.?Bonds, Stocks, and Securi ties paying from ti to 12 pr. cent., always for sale, or bought in the different Cities at a commission of a j( pr. oent. Where Stooks are bought upon orders, we reserve the right to call for a deposit of l<> pr. oent on the cost. Bonds or Stooks will be ordered by tele graph. Railroad. Citt. and Statr Bonds.?Rai road. City, and State Konda can be placed in our han Is for negotiation, either in thia oountry or Europe. Rail toad Iron puronased for oash or with Boiida. Land Warrants. ? Iwnd Warrai.ts nought at the market rates. All Wanuti told by ua are gu Tross utd in every reapect. I And Warrants looated on oommiaaion. Land Warrant quotations regularly furnished tf re unested. Warrants will be forwarded to Western Hon ies on orders, or sent for sale on oommission to reapo isible parties. Real Ebtatr and InauRANCRs.? Real Ea ate bought and aold, and Insaranoes effected. Clams on Unitrd Statrs, Court of Claim*, Consrrss.?Claims on the United Sutea, beforeth* Court of Claims or Congress, intrusted to us, will b-* prosecuted by prompt and able attorneys. w CHUBB BROTHERS, Jan ST Opposite the Treasury. |JAN KING'HO USE CHUBB BROTHERS. Depositors depositing Bank Notes will please mark their Chects payable in ourrenpy. Deposites of Gola will be paid in Gold. Acoounts will be opened with depositors allowing them to deposit Gold and Check for ourreney, the depositor being credited wi?h the difference. seta tf CHUBB BROTHERS. |NTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITES. MONEY to LOAN on STOCK SECURITIES CHUBB BROTHERS. BANKERS. Ian 91?tf Oppotiu tkt TVisisf*. HAIg-TmiTH, NAIL AND BANDOLINE OI BBS' Hair Store, aear l.'lih st. "nd I a. av? and at his Sales Room, under Wil lards hotel. n9 3m Trawlers' Directory. ^jy'A^HlNGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS: Prom WASHINGTON at 6 a. m., oonaeoting at Relay with trains for the W Mt, and at Balti mart with those for Philadelphia and New York; at 83 a.m., for Annapolis, Baitiruore, Philadelphia, and New \ ork ; at 3 e. n. for Baltimore and Norfolk and at Relay with Frederick train. KX PRESS* at 4?U e. Relay for the Weet, and for Annapolis. Baltimore, Philadelphia, aad New York. On Sunday at 4.90 p. ih. Prom BALTIMORE for WASH1NOTON at 4.15 and 9.15 a. m., S and 5.16 p. Hi. ^ >n Sunday at 4.15 a. m. je 12 tf T. H. PARSONS. Agent. RANGE AND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD 9RBAT SOUTHERN MAIL LINK Twioe Daily. (Sunday nighta excepted.) between WASHINGTON ClTY and th* SOUTH, via jULKXANDRlA, GORDONS VILLK ahd RICH L eaves Waehinrton at 6 o'clock a. m. " Washing ton at 7 o'olock p m. For LYNCHBURG and* the SOUTHWEST. Leave Washington at 6 o'oiook a.'in., arrive in LYNCHBURG next morning at 4 a. in., connecting with the trains on the Virginia and Tennessee Rail Rmuf for MEMPHIS. Mail Stages from Char ottesville to l^nohhnrg a distance uf oo miles. Fare from \\ ashiugtou to Lyuohburg. $7.75. The steamer GEORGE PAGE, foot ofSeventb street, being owned by tlie Railroad Company, runs iu oonneotion with the trains. Tiokets for Lynchburg prooured on the Boat. (IT* Omnibuses and Ma(gue Wagons will beattht Depot of the Washington Railroad, to oonvey pas sengers and baggage to the Steauilsxit, for Alexan dria, a distance of six miles, allowing ample time for meals. JAMES A. EVANS. Agent. Alexandria. July. 1867. iy 8 tf N KW AND IMPORTANT SCHEDULE. FOR ALL PARTS'OF THE WEST. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. The recent extension and improvement of its lead ing oonneoting lines at the West has required an en tire revision of the running arrangements of this road l?y which highly important advantages to the trav eler are secured. On and alter MONDAY, June 15. lf?7. THREE DAILY TRAINS will bo run in both directions lor through pHssencers. First-The ACCOMMODATION TRAINstarte from Camden Station, Baltimore,at 7 A.M.,<exoept Sunday,) stop* at way stations and arrives at Cum berland at 4 P. M. Seoond?'The MAIL TRAIN starts (Sunday ex oepted) at 8 30 A. M., and arrives at Wheeling at 4 '.6 A. M., oonrieotiiig at Benwood with Central Ohio trams for Coiumbus. Cincinnati. Indianapolis, Lou isville, Chicago, St. Louis, Ac., and at same place with trains 6>r Cleveland, Toledo, Detroit, do.. by Clevelnid Road, and also at l'arkersburg with Ma rietta Road. Third-Tke ST. LOUIS and CINCINNATI EX PR ESS TRAIN leaves daily at 5."5 P. M., oon neotinr at Kenwood at 9 A. M. with express trains from Bellaire to Cincinnati, (without thnnte of Cart mt Columbus,) and reaching there in l>ut ib hours from Baltimore and Vt> hours from Washing ton. It also connects diracMy, in Ixttli directions, at OraPon with oira br l'arkersburg and Marietta road* lor Cfcillteothe, Cincinnati, etc. These trains oornect at Xenia for Indianapolis, Chicago and St. I.ouis, and at Cincinnati with the Great Ohio and Mississippi Express for Louisville. Cairo and St. f ?oms through to St. Loins in less than 42 h^urs from Baltimore. Br this train the fims to all the central and southern places hi the West is much less. while the rti*ta*rr is from 40 to P*i miles shorter than by the shortest of other routes. From the West then* connections are equally cIoro and satisfactory, ar rivuu at Baltimore at R.3H A. M. ID- Baggage checked through to all pomta. THROUGH TICKETS sold at lowest rate* ai Cainden Station and at Washington. D. C. Passengers from Hnitnnore or Washington mai view tk'. intirt. ron?f by dnylttht, by taking niom ing trains, aud ljnng over at Cuml>er!and or Oak land, and resuming sexf morning by Wheeling Ac oonnuodation train, leaving Cumberland at 8 anc Oakland at 10JO. FO R WAY P ASS ENU E R S. The Cumberland Accommodation Train at 7 A.M., will stop at ail Stations east of Cumberland, and tha Wheeling Accommodation at all Stations beyond Cumberland going West. Eastwardlv, the Mail Train leaves Wheeling at 8.H? A. M.,and Accommo datum leaves Cumberland at 9, reaching Baltimore at 5 30 P. M. ON THE NORTHWESTERN VIRGINIA BRANCH, between tjratton and I'arkerstiurg, way passengers will take the Express westwardly and the Mail eastwardly. The FREDERICK TRAIN starts at 4 P. M., ?topping at way stations. Leaves Frederick A. M., arriving at Baltimore 1*2 noon. The ELLICOTT'S MILLTRAIN leaves at 5.41 A. M., and 5.15 P. M. Leaves Eliioott's Mills at 1 A. M.and7 P. M., exoept Sunday. FOR WASHINGTON AND THE SOUTH. Leave Baltimore for Washington at 4.l5and9.U A. M., 3 and5.15 P. M. On Sundays at 4.15 A. M., and 5.15 P. M.only. Leave Washington for Baltimore at 6and8.30A. NT. and Sand 4.2n P. M. On Sundays at 7 A. M.. and 4 2n 1*. >1. only. The first and fourth trains from Baltimore, and the seeond and lnurth trains from Washington, will t>r express mail trams, stopping only at Washington Junction and Annapolis Junction. The 9.15and 5.15 trains froiu Baltimore aad the 8 9 and 4 2" Wains from Washington oonneut with the trains from Aimapolia. For tiokets, information, fare, fto., apply toJ.T ENGLAND. Agent,at the Ticket office, Cantdoi Station. WM. S. WOODSIDE, Jy 13-tf Maaterof Transportation. Baltimore. THE PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COM PANY. One of the Steamship* of this Company, carrying the LMte<ISt.Mes Mails for ACAPULO, TTvtMi CA LI FOR NI A, and OREGON, l^ves^JTG* Panama twi#? each month, on the arri-^*1 ?" valof the United States Mail S. S. Company'a steam ers, which leave !\ew Orleans and New S'ork regu larly on 5th and 20th ol each month with the mails, and pa?*cHger? connecting via PANAMA RAIL ROADS. These steamships hare been inspected ar.d ap proved by the Navy Department, andguararity tpn.1 a*'/ ffifety. The Panama Railroad (47 miles long) is now coin file ted from ocean t?? ocean, and is crossed m 3 or 4 Injurs. The tiaggage of paimeiiKei * i* checked hi New \ ork through to San Francisoo, and passengers are einlsirl ed at Panama by steamer at the oompauy's expense. The money paid in New York oovers all expenses of the trip. Reserve steamers are kept in port in Panama and San Francisoo. to (Woverit detention in case of acci dent, so Uiai tlie route is eulirely rthallt?no fail ure having occurred in eight > ears. Passenger* leave Panama the same day they ar rive at AspinwaJ. Conductors go through by each steamer, and take ohargeof women and uuildren without other proteo tors. 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nation of medicines hitherto known. Other prepa rations do mere or less food ; but this cures such dangerous complaint*, so quick and so surely. as to prove an elhcaoy and a power to uproot disease be yond any thin* which men have known before. Hy removing the obstructionsoi the internal orrans and stimulating them into healthy notion, they renovate the fountains of life and vigor,?health courses anew through the body, and tne siok man is well again. They are adapted to disease, and disease only, for when taken by one in health they produoe but little effect. This is the perfeoiion of medioine. It is antagonists to disease, and no more. Tender oliildren may take tliem with impunity. If they are sick they will cure them, if they are wull they will do them no harm. Give them to some patient who has been pros trated with bilious oomptamt; see his bent-up. tot tering form straighten with strength again ; ?ee his long-lost appetite return : see his clammy features blossom into health. Give them to some suilerer whose foul blood has burst out in scrolula till his skin is oovered with sores; who stands, or sits, or lies in anguish. He has been drenched inside and out witn every potion Whioh ingenuity ooutd sug gest. Give him these Pills, and mark the effect; see the scabs fitll from his fiody ; see the new. fair skiu that has grown under them; see the late leper that is clean. Give them to him whose angry humors have p'antad rheumatism in his joints and pones; move him. and fie screeches with pains: he too hat been soaked through every muscle o| Ium body with liniments and salves: give him these Pills to purify his blood; they may not cure him, for, aias ? there are oases which no mortal power can re.ich : but mark, he walks with crutches now. and now he walks alone: they have cured him. (jive them to the leau, sour, haggard dysprptic, whose gnawing stomach lias long ago eaten every snn.e from his face and every muscle from his body. See Ins appetite return, and with it his health; see the new man. See her that was radiant with health and loveliness basted and too raily withering r. way; want of exercise or mental anguish, or some lurking disease, has deranged the internal organs of diges tion. assimilation or secretion.till thev do their office ill. Her blood is vitiated, her hea'tii is gone. Give her these Pili.s to stimulate the titrn principle into renewed vigor, to cast out the obstructions. rind in fusea new vitality into the blood. Now looka*a'n ?the roses' blossom on her cheek, and where lately sorrow sat. joy bursts Iroin every feature. Pee the sweet infant 'wasted with worms. Its wan, sickly features tell you without disguise, ami painfully dis tinct. that they are eating its life away. Its pinched up nose and ears, and restless sleeping, tell the dreadful truth hi language which every uioiher knows Give it the Fills in large doses to sweep these vile parasites from the Iwwly. Now turn agsin and see the ruddy bloom of child hood. Is it nothing to do these things? Nay, are thev not the marvel of this age? And yet tuey are done aroui.d >ou every da*. Have you the less serious s> mptoins of these dis tempers, Um) are theeasier cured. Jam.dice. On tiveuess. Headache, Sidnache. Heartburn. Foul Stomach, IVausna, I'aui iu the Bowels, Flatulency. I.oss of Appetito, King's Kvil, Nemalgia, liout ju.d kindred complaints all arise trom the derangements which these Fills rapidly cure. Take them perso vermgly, and under the counsel of a good Physician if you nan; if not, take them judiciously tiy su'*h advice as we kivo you, and the distressing, danger ous diseases they cure, whioh afflict so many mil Itons of the human race, are cast out like the devils of old?they must burrow in the brutes aud in the sea. Price J'-, fj.Mits j ??r l>ox ?5 lioxes fur *1. /. 1). OILMAN, Washington; and l>y II. COOK A CO., Alexandria, and all dealers in .Medicine everywhere. dt)-tm Ta? .. GRLATEST MEDICAL niSCOWMMT OF IHK Attfc. Mr. Kbnkbdt.o? Roxburr, ha* discovered ineee of onr common pasture weeos a remody that obis* BVBHT KIND OP HOMOB, from Tk< wb??I Srro/ula dnir* lo a rnwm^n Ptmrlt. He has tried it in over eleven hundred cases.and never failed except in two cases, both Thunder Hn mor. He has now in his possession over one hnndred certificates of its value, all within twenty miles of BOftaa. Two bottles axe warranted to oure a nursing Suie Month. One to three bottles will oure the worst kind of Pimples on the Face. Twoor three bottles will clear the system of Biles. Two bottles are warranted to oure the worst Canker in the Mouth and Stomach. Three to five bottles are warranted to oure the worst kind of Erysipelas. One or two botties are warranted to oure all Hu mor in the F.yes. Two bottles are warranted to cure Running of the Ears and Blotohes among the Hair. Four to six bottles are warranted to oure oorrupt and running ('leers. One bottle will enre Softly Kruptions of the Skm. Two or three bottles are warranted to oure the worst kind of Ringworm. Two or three bottles are warranted to oure the most most desperate case of Rheumatism. Three to four bottles are warranted to cure Salt rheum. Five to eight bottles will oure the worst ease of Scrofula. A benefit is always experienced from the first bot tle, and a pcrfect euro is warranted when the al>ove quantity is taken. Nothing looks so improbable to those who have In vain triod all the wcmlerftil medicines of the day, as that a common weed growing on tne pastures, and along old stonewalls, shouldcureevcry humorinthe svstaun ; yet it is a hxed fact. If you have a humor, it has to start. There are no 1FS nor AN l)S, hums nor lift's at>out it suiting some oasas, buthiot yours. I Diddled over a thousand bottle* of it in the vicinity of Boston. I knoir the etleots of it in every oase. It has already done some of tho greatest oures ever done in Massachusetts. 1 gave it to children a year oid. to oiJ oeopie of sixty. I have seen poor, puny, wormy looking children, whose tlesh was soil and tiahhy, restored to a perfect slate of health bv one ? ttle. To those who are subject to a sick headache, one bottW w.U always cure it. it gives great relief iu catarrh and dizziness. Some who have taken it had been costive for years, and have t?eon regulated by it. Where the body la sound it works quite easy, lut where there is any derangement of the funutions of nature, if will cause very singular ieeliugs, but you must not be nformed; thcV always disappe-tr in from four days to a week. There is never a Imd re Mult from it; on the oontrary, when that feeling is Koiie. you will feel yourself like a uew person. I heard some of the most extravagant enoonunms of it that ever man listened to. In my own praotiee I always kept it strictly for hu mors?nut since us introduction as a gsneral family Redicine, great ar.d wonderful virtues have been ?u ud in it that I never suspected. Several oases ol epiieptio fits?a disease whioh was always considered incurable, have been cured liy a lew Ixtltles. O, what a mere* if it will prove effec tual in all oases of that awftn malady?there are but few who have seen more of it than I hive. I know of several oases of Dropsy, all of them aged people cured [>y it. Fur the various diseases of The liivoT, Sick Headache. Dyspepsia, Asthma, Fever and Ague, Pain in the Side, Diseases of the Spine, and particularly in Diseases of the Kidneys, Ac., the disoovery has dooe more good than any inedioiue evor known. No ohanse of diet ever neoessary?eat the lest you oan get and enough of it. Utrfctivns for Vie.? Adults one table-spoonful per day?children over ten years dessert-spoonful? children from five to eight yearB, tea spoonflil. As no directions oan be applicable to all constitutions, take sufficient to operate on the bo we s twice a day. MA Nil FACTOR BP BY DONALD KKNNKDY. No. 120 Karrtn Strut. hououry, Matsachutittt. Agents for Washington.?Chaa. Stott A Co., Z. Gil man. Kidwell A i-uwrenoe, J. 11. Gardner, Burry A Co.. D. Walsh A Co.. F. S. Walsh, J. P. Stone. Martin King, Nairn A Palmer, Schwartz A Co., o Boswell, Daniel B. dark, J. P. Milburn, Dunbar Dyson. Ford A Bro. Agents for (icon;etown.?K. S. Cissell, O M Leiitham, J. L. Kidwell. my 5-ly PRIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE o? TUB PHIMOLOUICAL VIEW OF MAKR1AUE, By M. B. La CROIX, M. D., Albany. N. Y. 200 pages a^J 13> line Plain and Colored Lithographs and Plates. inrPRICE ONLY>6CENTS fll IC7"Stntjrit ofpatmt* to tUl rmitt QjtX* Union. Dr. M. B. La Croix's Phyaiological Viow of Mar nare. A now and revised edition of?) pages and 180 plates. Price,25 cents a o><pv. A popular aud ui>in prehensive treatise on the duties anil casualties of single and married life?happy and fiuitful aliianoes, 3ode of securing tiiein?infelicitous A infertile ones?their id.viation and removal?nervous debility, its causes and cure, by a process at ouon so simple, safe, and elieotual, that failure is impossible?rules for daily management?ail ossar on Sper inatorrluca, with practioal olsien-atioiis on a safer and more successful m?>d* o f treatment? precviutioaary hints on the evil results from empirioal praotioe; to which is added eomineutaries ou tho diseases of fe males? Irom infancy to old age?each case graphical ly illustrated by boautiful plates. It 'points out the remedies for those self inflicted miseries and Jisap pointed hopes so unfortunately prevalent in the Toung. it is a truthful advisor to the married, and those oonteiiiplaling marriage. Iu perusal is partic ularly reooiuuiendtM to persons eutertmning secret doubts of their pity sical condition, and who are o?>n soious of haviiif hazarded llie health, happiness and privileges to wliuli every human lieing is entitled to. Prioe 25 cents per copy, or five oopies for ftl, mail ed free of postage to any part of the United States, by addressing Dr. LA CROIX, (post paid,) Albany, New York, enclosing 25 oouts. N. B. Those who preler may oonsult Doctor |LA CROIX upon any of the diseases upon whtoli hi* book treats, either personally or by mail. His medi oiues often cure in the short space of six days, and oompletely and entirely eradioate all traces o[ those disorders whioh oopaiva and oubebs have so lone been thought au antidote, to the ruin of the health of the patient. His " French Secret" is the great con tinental ruined* for that olass of disorders whioh un fortunately, Dhysioians treat with mercury, to the irretrievable destruction to the patient's oonstita tion. and whioh all the sar?panila in the world oan notoure. ID* Office No. Si Maiden Lane. Albany, N. Y. leo 14?lr f AW BOOKS. Ij Angell on Highways. Maryland Digest, vol. 2. Selwyn's Nisi Prius.2 vole-, new edition. United H tat as I) is eat, vol. Ifi. 1856. Bennett A Heard's Leading Criminal Cases, 2 Tola. Story's Equity Pleatfcng, new edition And many others at tne lowest prions. pkancktayloe. near oorner of 13th st. and Pa. av. ? n 0 3m | T MBR ELLAS. CARD CASKS, RJRTEMO Si.stsi.r:r,r' 18 ?. between 8th and 9th ata. Hisoell&ntoiu. By THE PEK8lK:'KnP^)F. THE UNITED In rnraunneeof lav, iTjiMM'BrcliAftaii. Preei dtol of the United 8Mm o? Awnos do hereby ds olare and make known that pttUio mum will be bet4 at the under mentioned land oftoes in the State of California, at the periods hereinafter designated, to wit: At the land offioe at Lot A*eiLo?, commencing ob Monday, the tenth day of May ??rl,forthedis aosal of the public lands witnin the following-named townships, vix: South of the base lint and will of tht San Btr nardtno meridian. Seotions one to twelve, inclusive: the north half of section thirteen: the north half and the aoethwest quarter of section fourteen, seotiona fifteen to twen ty-one, inclusive; the nortn half of aeotion twenty - two; the northwest quarter of section twenty-three; section twenty five; the south halfof section twen ty-six; the southeast quarter of section iweuty seven; sections twenty-tune to thirty-two, ia4u s?ve; the south half of seoUon thirty-three; the nor tli eat quarter and the south naif of section thir ty-four; and section thirty-five, of totrnsktp three: sections three to nine, inolusive;the north half ami th# southwest quaner of seotiqnten: the southeast quarter and the northwest auaner ofsaotioa eleven; the northeast quarter and the sonth half of section twelve; section thirteen; the east hiuf ef section fonrteen; sections seventeen to twenty.foar, inclu sive; the north half of seotion twenty five; and sec tions twenty-six to thirty-five, aiotusive, of leira Sh ip four, of rnnrr three. Township three, of range four. Sections one tw twenty-tour, inclusive: the north hall ot section twenty five; and sections twenty six to thirty, molusive. of township one; and sections one to twenty -seven, inclusive, of township three, of range five. Sections one. two, and three; the east half of sec tion four; the east hall and the southwest quarter of section nine- seotions ten to fifteen, inclusive; the southeast quarter of section twenty; sections twen ty one to twenty eight, inclusive; the east hall and the southwest quarter of section twenty nine; the south hnllol section thirty: sections thirty-one to thirty four, inclusive; and the northwest quarter of seotion thirtv-five. ol township one. of range six. Korthof tht l..ise I,Mr and w?ir of the San B?r nardtno meridian. Sections one to seventeen, inclusive; the north hall of section eighteen; the south half of section MUfteen; sections twenty to twenty three, inclu sive; the northwest quarter of section (went* four; the northwe<st quarter of seotion twenty-six; sec tion* twenty-seven to thirty, inclusive; the east hall of section tnirtv-two; the iiorth half of the northeast quarter and the northwest quarter ofseo tion thirty three, ol township three, townships nntl hvt ? sections one to ei|ghtv inclusive; the north half ol section nine; xeotions ten to thirteen, molusi ve: ttie east hali of section lourteeu; the west half of section seventeen; sections eighteen and nineteen; .the west hall of section twenty; the south east quarter of section twenty aue: and seotions tweiuy-two to thirty-live, tnotusive. of township sir, find township seven, of ranee four. Sections one to fifteeu, molusive: the east halfof section seventeen; the east Iiaii of section twenty; seotiona twenty one to tweuty-seven, inclusive; the north half of section twenty-eight: the northeast quarter of section tweoty-nine; the northeast quar ter of section thirty -I<*ur; and the northwest quar ter of section thirty fire, of township three, and, six, and scr.a.of rang# fire. Sections one andI twqj the north half of aection three; tlie north half of section four: the uortheast quarter ol sectijm five; the west halfof section six; the north half, the southeast quarter, and the north half of the southwest quarter of seotion seven; the west halTof the northwest quarterand theaoutfi half of seotion eight; the northeast quarter of nee lion eleven; section twelve; the northeast quarter aud the east naif of the southeast quarter of section seventeen; the east half of the i*?rtheast quarter and *he southeast quarter of section twentr- the we,t halfof the northwest quarter a,'d il^ south w? st quarter of section twenty one; the aonthweat quarter of section twentv six; ait-i the northwest quarter of seotion Hurt. five, of township thr.e aim *out nnf ran*' *i.r. wctionpoi.e to eighteen, inclusive; the north half Of ?e<*ion nineteen; sections twenty to twenty five, inclusive: the northeast quarter of section twentr six; the northwest quarter of section twent v -nevey: and the northeast quarter of section twent* eight, oftownship four and toi-nshipfi re,of range ser> n Sections one to six.inclusive-.the northw-st quar' ter of nod ion seven; the northeast quarter of section tune; the north half..f section ten; aections eleven, twelve, and thirteen: the northeast quarter of ?ee tion fourteen, and the northeast quarter section twenty three, of totrnshtp four, and township five of range eisht. ' The northwest quarter of seotion three; section* four, fave, and six.. the uort!i iislf of section seven; sections eight and nine; and the northeast quarter of aeetion seventeen. oftwii?4i>/0tir,- and to ten ship* five and *i*, of range nine. ' Sections one and two; the northeast quarter of section three; the west half of section eieven, the northeast quaiter of section twelve; section |i,ur teen: and the southeast quarter o| section fifteen, of township four; sections oneto twenty-eight, iiiclii -*i lior'heMt quarter of section twH,t, nine: the northeast quarter of section thirtv three; anri seotions thirty-four and thirty -five. of township five: and toicnship six, of rante ten. Seotions ons foeijfhteen. inclusive; the northwest quarter of section nineteen; the northeast quarter of seotion twenty-one; the northwest quarter of sec tiou twenty-two; and the northeast quarter of sec tion twenty-four, of township Jive; a?d township itx, of range sieve*. *?' Seotions one, two.and three; the northeast quar ter of seotion tenr sections eleven, twelve, thirteen and fourteen: the southeast quarter of section fif teen; the southwest quarter of section eishteen sec!ion nineteen; the southwest quarter of section twenty; the east halfof sect lont wenty two northwest quarter of section twenty-three: seotions ^rV?n t0. three, inclusive; and the mirth halfof seotiou thirty-four, of toimnhip five ? and townships six and seven, ot range twtlve Section one; the northeast quarter of section two; the southeast quarter of seetion ten: the south half1 of aeotion eleven; section twelve; the east halfof seotion thirteen; the northwest quarter of section fonrteen; and the north half of section fifteen, of township .four: the souttiwest quarter of section seven; the south hall of section eieht; the southwest quarter of section nipe- the west half of section hf teen: the n^rth Uallr of section seventeen; section eighteen; the northeast quarter of section twentv - two; and sections twenty three, twenty-four, twen ty five, twenty six. and thirty five, of totenih?o kIT/ J*?01'""" ore to seventeen, inclusive: the north half of section eiKhteen: the northeast quarter of section iwent> ; *e<:tions t wentv -one to twent\ hve inclusive; the northeast uu.\rr<* of section tw?nf?' Vhi'rtettn!eHShtP ***' tuWn,hl9 seven, ol range Section thirteen; the southeast quarter of section ourte, '.; me southeast quarter o? section twenty two, the east half and the sourhwest quarter of seo ion twenty-three; the northwest quarte'ol ^cUon Tf.'! ^n,,r: the north half of section twenty six and the east hall of section twenty seven, of roica - i/? fire; sections one, two.and thiee- the north east quarter and the north half of the northwest quarter of section four; the northeast quarter o! section eleven; section twelve; ai.d theo..rth ha.fof set tion tlnite.'ii, of towmhip fix: sectums one to eignteen. MicUisive; the nortn hall1 of section nme een; the north halfof section twenty; s?c"ions twenty-one to twenty ei? molusive; the ViSth half o| section twenty-nine; ttie southeast quarter of section thirty; the north hall of the northeast quarter ol section thirtv one; the northeast ouarier and the north hall o| the northwest quarter oi sec tion thirty two; and sections thirty three thirtw *"?oi ?nAtnihe^anJ PRAtctsro.oommencine on Monday, the thirl Uaj of Muy next lor th* disposal oI the puhlio lands within the foiiowinc named townships, vix : Aorth of the base line and eart of the Mount It tab I o meridian. V motional township three, of range one, yorth of the base line and west of the Mount _ IHablo meridian. FractionalI fetea sh ipsfour Ami five, of range one South of tht base and east if the Diablo meridian. Sections oue to eighteen, and twentr-two to LTa". ?* inc'u?iV?- of township tr?,Tof range ?.JhiTHfi'A'l "n' and seoti'""' to six. inolusive eight to hi een, inclusive; and twenty-two to twen t* six, incusive. of township eleven, ??f ranee ten rownsliips ten and eler-n. aections one to ?ix' inclusive; eight to hfteen. mc'usiv,: t w^,\Vo,,e t,! twenty-eight, indiisivn; and thirty loar tim{tlnrt? five, of township twelv; seolmus one. tTo.three ar.?l nine to hlleen, incJiixive; ?.,<! twentr two i ? twenty seven, inclusive, ef iote.i\kip t kit tan of tc* ?' townships eleven, twelve, mid thirteen, seotions oue to five, inclusive eight to seventeen inHnsive: twenty to twe, t? nine.uiolnsivc; and thirty-thiee. thirty-four and thirty five, of township fourteen; *u.mmSu! f?Mir, inoiussive; ten to thirteen, inciusive; ami t wen ty lour and tweuty-five, of township fifteen of range twelve. w ?* Fractional towr.ship eleven; townships ii*,-/t>? thxrtten .fourteen, and township fifteen, extent section thirty-one. and sections one, two and twf,ye. of township sixteen, of raso t\irte,n Townships twelve, thirteen, fourteen, *n<l'fif teen; seotions one to soveuteeu, inclusive-1w?i<r> one to twent. seven, inclusive; and th/r^' fouV^d thirty five, ol township sixteen, o f-ant/four,"* r ownshipx tktrUeHj Jourtrm. h ft sen !'/*' half uf section four; tiie s<?uth half "uh,? ?u"1 ^e west half of section ten; and sections thirteen to Uiirty, live, inclusive, of township tie, nty, of ,..2 I" rsctHuial township sixteen; and towushins we 1?'enly, of "ange i.'.-v-S'.':.-"*-"- ^ SaTeTlowiiIfup.^v/x? UU4" W,thl? Xorth Uf the base line and east of the Mount ,, , Diablo meridian. r ractional township four; township Are* fr?? IW tOW'l8?"P? twelre, thirteen. aiSl ^wrfVT^ K;r,7ir 5te:UlSs; Aorth of the base line and west of the Afax.t T ,. Diablo meridian. a0.",/:.'.'" tJW'JS5. tei**' "">?*. ""i tr r^T. -L* ^' Incl,,??*e; and section thirt*-h\?e thT^i'lA"^' ?*?tions ??ne, two! and t hree? the east half of seetion ftmr; the east halfof Heetinn' of'sftoilo1'0?" UlJto bft??n'",a'"*?ve; the east half twenu i^venW*,? r00"5 twentj two to iwentr-aeven, molusive; the northeast auariar <.i SISr.irtSt2"fi' *r;' m nnllis.? t P'f ? NO<MIW one to four, twentto hfteen. molusive; twenty-^>ne to f^,r 1: *nd thirty three, thirty ?V8' township sixteen; sections 21? I fTT?ut "telosive; the r>?(rth half aud tae south west quartet of section eight: seotions nine to fif toeii. inclusive; the west half of seetion seventeen ??of ions sirktMssarf sisstsss: th? north went ?>Mr !g. " *Mt?on twenty; seotions tweni* use to "Missive; the west half o7 anotion thirty: and sections thirty-thre#, thirty-fonr. and tairty five, of tovaafcip ttventetn; seotiona one u> U-tWU to twiotf M?|, inclusive: U? Mil Ita.f of seotioL twenty eight; the ?Mt half of seotine twee ??otwiu tkirtv iml thirtf ons, tbe wsat knJfof soctKm thirty two, the wJi JUS thirty three, sud Motions thirty four uij thirtw fwent's 'a ^T??'??>i * * * ^ '"waships hmmimh, and twent v-oue. of raoce/onr. ?.r?.?V^nL?Jlt' tw.?' tl,r"-*"<* 1'" '? lift ?en, uiela ?> 'he northeast quarter of eection tvmtv two; sections twenty three to twenty-en. iiwiun** im ?o?th?Mt quarter <H section thirty -fonr; and m? one, two. and three; the southeast quarter of sec ,??? ?o fiReen. inc.nsive; the ?a? ^ of ?***?? t??t| one; Mii>m Jl,??. i? i*?1'' -seven. inclusive; and seotnine thirty-four nod thirty ire. t?l to*B?kiy righum o^rnt^uj^flmT0'^ lhr**; 'he northeast suartrr ?L>i.? ?? i '? ?*?*'?>* te?i to hHern, mo.waive, lw*?'y -two to tnent) seven. inclusive, and aeotiona thirty tour and thirty live, oftownshis ra*f?%"r * 'ownships ?*'"r? and itttuit ear. of ?JE?CS*S- ** 1,w for th* *?? neboms. ?til?ry. nod other together with thoee iwam? and overflowed lands, made t fee rat* uui lit !2?tEP*''a ,f fV' *" 'he Stately the A| *u. fc eoabis the State of A rkansas and other States to reclaim the swamp lands within September a. ltflo. wJI he excluded from the No'"minerallands" or tracts contain in* mineral depoeitsi are to he ottered at the pubbc sales. snail T?ier?i J , ?rywiW? *Xt*pl*d an, J. J. tludtd from salt ereli?rdt*p<,??/by the require 522?u . fb? ?of ?( *-'?a*ress approved 3d March. TVS, entitled "An aot to provide for the snrrey of the peNie laml, ,B Cftlifenfe, the ftantu^eTZre 1tn* therein. and for other purposes. ..?. .vLl t "r,ru ?f the above In nd? will be commenced **P?,B'*d. *?<! WUI prooeed in the order V ar#? *Jv5rV*t<,? #nl11 'he Whole sU . aa e ahaTlVifc"?' * f "*'*? thl" ?<* " ' kept open longer than two weAa, ard uni^^irfi 7?? *V wf V1* l<Ul(** wlU Mlnu'tad MntU after the expiration of th? two imu. (jivpd under mj t?a*d.*t the city of W a^tnttucu this sixteenth day of September, anno Donor. one thousand eight hundred and fcfu seven By tb? Pniutvnt: JAMtS BiThaNAN. Tmos. A. HiL>n??rir?. CuniniMnwrr o| the General I .ami Office. NOTICE TO PRK-RMPTION CLAIMANT# kvery persoii ?ni itled to the ruht of pro^ini.nor toany of Ihe ifcuds auhin the u?wi,ahip> and part? ? KWfT?t!! ^ J * #nunierikt#Hl u r^^uir^J tofiuf fish the saiiic tutlie snuslaction of the Kensler an.l "f'he proper land olhoe. und ml ",1, meat th*t*for <??'?<?? a* prmrittaMi ^f:,r seeiar l*t.? Motirr, and before the day appointad for t;? ooramenoeinent of the puUie aaleof the lasi.Ut iii brncins the tiaot cUiinoJ-otherwise auohCiSiai n^i SrKAYiSifc!i.'^EK1^;^^l{;.w','<? Navt Dki abthk\t, t a,..., _ , Novensl^r 19, ?*lrim \l?li "*Ar *' ?ndor"?l " 1'rorK.sais f..r ( T !? ^rr"W ?'ropoller SkK.p-of ?oi?jok thettLT^r\^ ^ 1t,"B l>?H?rtnient noli! A 0 ciiicK, ctie lSUt ?f iieoemlier iwxt, (or i it* o<?mr>ieU> aeZs 2S 122^. th? ?"*ni n*chinery and ap^crvl ase*. iumI pjicii^ it on r?uard a new prop?,irr> pjXdft;in*,n tl,# tu'l<,<1 St,lte?,iAvy >ard?? ihf?? i r,,n,l"t /ora spe< ihc sum for puttitc nafeTt #li'1?'?u?o?fel operaiiou must mc ude a^ MMd ItZtrn'ffJ'l tliat m?? be pro a?i '* w'"*'i 'he work wili b? i and b? aomuiipanied by the usual fuar ?M^iTlh'iVh t2? ^\ . 'Vuat> of tb* atateil. k U lo ^ rz*ent?<i must he Fbc details of the <W>rn ai>H srTai.?r.>men, r.l the inaciiiiiery will 1m< l?-f> with the nam wf >>se pro p??i>ijion may lie ae> ?*p(vi| ?? oonil oniu: ihf rr< ate* t Lumber ?| ^animiee. keep.?c ? \Lr,r rU?U"a< "f "ooeel f.' ii.UKt micerS^i l'i'n .'!POnil,7',,t,'d l,"t l*"": <7f the fleairi? TT 'f ^r,K ; " 'h? Ji " ??th VhTH V ' fhe, f .JT I.JIVi/- . t ?vv, .a 1^ -V. u"| .rii",",r' which the T I,r r"rp?ae ? ill ada<i'. riJf'"14.w''h '*ies< >'p.c siijoV#. F'f'- *hloh must f>e plsofil af the creater.1 rr*cfr4 iiM.inw fniM tb* s iisiiAiii: Isf iiinsenfr wi'h the yxHe.frt hois.Miz. to Ik- '/cZifZZl venii - ?? h?Hstinf, for pumps.apseratus for ? for' ?Pmrtruanees o| n ft k,,M/V n^ee?.a ' rt 'k.rP^!r. VrkV* ,M> *?M?e to l^> Uf I a* inostsppr.ive<l kinds. 1 b? coal-lmnkers shaft a*-T sMtrihi". d Uilklieads. a <u?fi^ir* appurntui lor fr#?m m - ter fi??in wiiu h cxn ?)?? "l-airA'tr^iir*r*l,OWI' rtrds, ; all the t.N.U and i.^i uer??ssrj- sfl<1 satikfaotor* f. r si i j " eruisin* Ktcsm ship of-* *r mi st Ke.I finSiUi! rr??,0fc','0".?'^ * list Of IIIM? u, 'I'hc Wood ami carpr-nter work /??*<?<? ni >i.. i.. ;.ut the dead ftr tS ^a?. H?eTSi?to^^ ars ?Hfcr ,"r V'c of the maol.iuety I-. . f or tneaooooiuiodation of the entire stesm ma ?S feet, an.l the|r,K,, the o 01 the timbers to the nnser k.ii " ,'f "Je In a , ei^t^* ? 9 r>?. H^thn, th.s sp-ccT:, i??^ e*rry ci?i?i for ts days fuI feteamins ts? h?:^?2un.,ft,?"of ?h,oh fh? Nddcr w.?!?Vti,? his speufioations: und theweicht of the mer'nnfi-s ssSfeas; the after sternpogt wi. 1 bo 7 ir>+t ? 1 h. IiJ^.i . the '(*d water-Tine r.. the top of tli? ke?i u? propeller will be |?^ under the OtH^ ^yMof lW f"J ~ " '"-.k'n* application to the department xthmrl u?r?> the centre of rr?v,?y^onfffifflXZu!?'?:" fire snd spue surfaoe; r.| o th. diM,?erer w^rk. in tons of ?.?*' *,ai'd fcp*r* a r-Sttsas Sk r1'-'-' pn> mem of one ho a- i .5**v*hea a further SS-a.^ n3^2awt.l I^AAC TO| CPV, AWTd Secretary of the NatV. MTKD STATKai MAIL. D VIRGINIA. Post Orrtc* I^rAhTXXfT. Nor. ll?. 1ft*". Proposals for carryin* the mails of the l'ni?e.! StatCH fr?un 1st Febnary. lav. to 3ith June, IX*. the following route in ihc State of Vikcixia. Wi I received at the contract office of tins departrbei* until S p. 111., of the 4th ilat of Jauuary emt, to '*?" decided on the followuif day : 5J"J Froni Charlottesville, by North Garden, C"ves ville, (>ak l.avn, I.<>v:nrton. Ko?m? ? Mi - New Gla?irow. Ainherat fourt-house. at Cotil W ail, td l.vnciibura. 7" iniler and hack, six tlines a week. ii> four hi r?e cnaeh*-s. '"nailoitehville daily, except I bt p m: Airiveat l.ynckbarc tiext day b? ? m: l.eave l.ynclibi<rc daily, exocpt Sunday . at ? a 111; Arrive M t'hai'.oltesTi'le by 11 pm; I'ro^-i.^als oontaiumr a different schedele vi aiko be ot?uaidere>f. For forms of propo-al. guarantee, and certifica,<* also, instruct:011a and requirements to be efrmrao-.l in the contracts, see advertisements of Jan. 15. IK " Febuhrr 9.185b J and Febuary 2, l:'.S7. or eithei ??? them, in pamphlet form, at a I the princinul f.-at ol toes. AAKON V. BKOVVN. n2l '.aw4w Postmastor tieiieii?l._ Noticb op tIif:?'rT:\\ovai. of t?ii LAND OFFICP. FR'?M L?l NCAN TO AIA< K INAC. IN MICHIGAN. Iu accordance with the provisions of the act ol Coniress entit:<-<I "An no. authohiinc rheifi 1 the Uu-atioii of land offices," approved M?rcb S-;. IXTl, it is hereby declared and made known that ih-* office for the sale of public lands at l?mcsN. m the State of Miclucan. will l?- removed lo the l?i sxiiof Marainai ? further uoiine a? lo the prcci^e time of rein<>vi will be 1 s*lit d by I he register and receiver b?r Ihnt land Aiatrict. Itiv on uuder my hand. ?' the city ol \Vxi>liiagtt?n. tliik S?T d*y of l>ec^*iiil^y. A . D. l?t>7. Hv older of the Piesident. THOS. A. IIF.NT>RICKS. Coimoisett>pdr of the General Laud Ofboe. d 4 1awy?w MAP OK INDIA. I.ttrdon. lai". 4i? couts. Stamfonl's Special Map of the Revolted l>?? triot of India, with the lne? of railway and nubtaty stations. London, 1HS7, $IA Stamford's Map of Delhi and its environs. e-?n ?truotet! from the ordnance plan and t.iher crisin.-' materials transmitted ftom India, 1857. London, oeuts. Wilson's History of British Ir.Jia, l!*tt to HCt^, 3 vols.. Ijoudon. ? . Political and MiVary F!vents 111 flritish India. 17V! to latf; by Major Hough. Bengal arniy.t vols . London. Memoirs aud Correspomlence of the Marquis ??? Welleeley. governor neueral and captain-general ol India, S vols.. 1 ondon. Stocqiieler's Military Lile of the Duke of \\? l liiirton. 2 vols.. l*ondon. Stooqueler'a India. 1 vol.. Londtm. 1TO. History of the Itenga! Artillery ; by Captain Hu<? kle. assistant adjutant general I vol. I^.irffo t. Captain Rafter's Militarv History of the Hnti!>h Kmpire 111 the Kast, I vol., Loidon. Aul>*r's History of the British power in - vqla.. London. Itnichtob's Life of the King of Onde, I vol.. L- ? don. Japan. Indo-Chine. I'evlon. A c : par \l., aid ne camp du Km d'Oude, I vol.. Pari*. Montgomery Martin's Statistics of the Unliti' Empire. T vol.. !.ondon. Harlan's India and Afghanistan, CtUioll; b* Lieut Col. Burns, aud other works on the same subjee'. d ? FRANCK TA> I.OR CIIRISTMA8 d 11 No.Si) Pa ave., I>et. ath and' tU ?t? *f*OYm WHOLKSALK ANO RKTAlU*' 1 S> Pa.avenue, between aih aad Mh st? dll .Mei.Al GHLIN*