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THX OOOD OID PLOW. L,el them sing ?f the battle fray, And the deeds that have lonj since past, Let item chant in praise of the tar whoac day* Are spent on the occan vast I wonhl render to them; all the worship you please, I would honor litem even now; But I'd give far more from my heart a full store, To the cause of the Good Old Plow. Let them laud the notes that in music iloat, Through the bncht and glittering halls; While the amorous twirl of the hair's bright curt, Bound the shoulder of beauty falls. But dearer to me is the song from the tree, And (he rich and blossoming bough, O, these are the sweets which the rustic greets, As he follows the Good Old Plow. Full many there bs that daily wc s?e, Wfith a selfish and hollow pride, Who the plowman's lot in his humble cot, With a scornful look deride ; But I'd rather take a hearty sbakc, From his hand than to wealth I bow ; for the houest clasp of his hand a roueh rrasp. Ilaa stood by the Good Old flow. All honor be them to these gray old men, When at last they are bowed with r?>il; Their warfare then o'er, they bau.'e no more, For they've conquered the stubborn soil; And the chaplet each wears, is his silver hair-* ? And ne'er shall the victor's brow, With a laurel crown, to the grave go down. Like the sons of the Good Old Plow. 7BOM CAPE MAY. Moujt Vmwon Hocsk, ) Cape May, July 17,1854. J Stew in Washington if you will?I prefer the cooling process one goes through here af ter a dip in the deep, deep sea. Why do not Congress adjourn to Cape May ? It wonld do the members good, and afford us amusement. We should not then give all our leisure time to dancing, and billiards, and to bowling, but should bestow a portion on tho funny doings of our fanny National Legislature. We were promised a menagerie?but it is not yet come. Other shows, it is true, serve to amu3e us passably. If we had the mena gerie, or Congress, we shonld be delighted. We have quire a handsome delegation from Washington and Baltimore, as well as from Richmond and other southern cities. Forty Baltimoreans dined together at this most won derful house on Saturday, and twenty more are expected to hob-a-nob over the mahog any?is it mahogany? guess it'B cherry?to day. I call the Mount Vernon a wonderful house: and it is truly such. Why bless you, it has accommodations fer one thousand people al ways; and when the other wing is added, which it will bo in time for the next season, it will entertain from 2,000 to 2.500 guests. The dining hall is 420 feet long; the ladies Earl or one-third that length; while there are undreds of mere rooms, as they are called here, which measure from 70 to 100 feot in length. At a hop given on Saturday evening, 2,500 people were present in the grand hall, and there did not seem to be one half that number. A new feature of this hotel is a veri table railroad, which takes bathers to the suri and back again. Beck's band is regularly engaged at the house. The charges are only $12 a week, and nc extra cost for surf-boat and band. You had better come on and bring a slice of the exten sive comforts. I give you the above facts as worthy of public interest. I saw Col. Monroe (Mr. Cutting's friend,} here yesterday. lie appears to be enjoying himself heartily. There are other distingues here from Washington, Philadelphia, Balti more and New York. Mr. Cleaveland Coxe preached yesterday ai the Stranger's Church, and lashed the exces sive follies of fashion as they existed. We have Helmsrauller at the United States and a part of Jullien's band. They play verj fine. Yours, Capitol Hill. THE WAY TO COMMENCE. The following is the testimony of a distinguished and very wealthy New York merchant, of how to commencc making a fortune, and how to push along: " I entered a store, and asked if a clerk was not wanted. 4 No,' in a rough tone, was the reply?all being too busy to bother with me?when I reflected ii they did not want a clerk, they might want a laborer; but as I was dressed too fine for that, I went to my lodgings, put on a rough garb, and the next day went into the same store and demanded if they did not want a porter, and again * no,' was the response; when I exclaim ed in despair almost, 4 not a laborer ?' Sir, I will work at any wages. Wages is not my object. I must have employ ment, and 1 want to be useful in busi ness. These last remarks attracted their attention, and in the end, I was employed as a kind of laborer, in the basement, and sub-cellar, at a very low pay, scarcely enough to keep body and soul together. In the basement and sub-cellar, I soon attracted the attention of the counting room, and of the high clerk. I saved enough for my employers in little things wasted, to pay my wages ten times over, and they soon found it out. I did not let any body commit petty larcenies without remonstrances and threats of exposure and real exposure, if remonstrances would not do. I did not ask for any ten hour law. If I was wanted at 3 a. m., I was there, and cheerfully there; or if I was kept till 2 a. m., I never growled, bnt told everybody "go home, and I will see everything right!" I loaded off at day break, packages for the morning boats, or carried them myself. In short, I soon became indispensible to my employers, audi rose?and rose?and rose, till I became head of the house, with money enongh, as you see, to give me any lux ury, or any position a mercantile man may desire for himself or children in this great city." [?7* A yonng lady at Alton, Illinois, gives the following as her sentiments on kissing : Having seen a great deal about kissing, in the Telegraph and Courier, I deem that semingly important subject as it is of as much conscquence to us as to the oppo site sex. Now in my humble opinion, I think you have said auite enough, and it is high time for somebody else to talk.? You don't like this way nor the other way?suppose you give it up entirely. Speaking of proposed kisses, they are not liked at all. I have made it my busi ness to inquire among my numerous friends, and they agree with me, that a stolen kiss is the inost agreeable to them that is, cojisidenng the one who steals it; for they certainly are not all the most delightful, If you had a mirror to reflect your own image, during the operation, I think you would never find fault again. Talk of shyness and struggling; no won der ! when such disgusting bipeds ap proach, it is miraculous that ladies do not fall into convulsions. I do not speak altogether from experience, but from wLat I have heard others say. I myself have not been kissed more than two or esSLt^tlsIain young, I th^ w^ r,eccive many more. One of seldom to be found. \ ; are smtlem*. in Alton, to JLiJ?'0" that possesses these 7*habli. NowfS jwcurioaty rsnsKk your mem"r" discover who tho farored one is. of you would contaminate the cheek S brow of the Ijjy (her lips you have no thing to do with) with tne odious incense of champagne, tobacco, or seeds, which are worse than all, even though they do conceal the perfume of the two first men tioned; lor certainly that is what they are eatea for. I suppose geaUeaen think are entirely innocent of their use, but we all know very well. ' The very idea of one who professes to be an elegant gentleman to appear in the presence of ladies, with his pockets well stocked with these abominable seeds, and at every sly opportunity, abundantly sup plying the mouth, is absurd. For the future, if you wish to kiss a lady without her blusliing vand struggling, dispense with these disagreeable articles, and 111 guarantee you will have no unnecessary trouble. LIST OF AKBTVAtf AX THE HOTELS. KirkirMil Honae.?J. h. A A. kibkwood. 0 B Bennett. Cal W S Roberta, Pa G Went worth, Mass N Loewenthal, NY D A Wright, NY E Meroam, do Hon E VV Cliaslain, Ga W Barnwell, Pa L L Barringer & 2 ladies, J H Bills and daughter, Md Tenn A Grayson, DC P Miller & daughter, do Hon W Barksdale and L D Dillon, Pa family SH Walker, Md P W Brown, Tenn C Bienvenn, La A G Newton, Va J B Evans, Va C Howaiass, do F F Mcrcison, NJ T W Jordan, Cal P Hernandez and family, J II C Mudd, DC Cuba R Nevitt, do M Gomer, do T C Sands, do M Gandul & lady, do G W Morgan, Ga JH Kennaday, NV J Whistler, NS Hon T A Hendricks and W Whistler, do lady J Dnvall, Md. National nttel-i. a ddtib. J W Jones, Ky C M H Eblcy, Texas T J Boyce, Va A Chalmare, do J W Preston, Mass J N McConn, jr, do J C Curtis, Pa W F Wall, do J G Carlett, Md T B AIHcwlings, DC R McClenahan, do D Graham L B Coffin, Cal J W Stewart, Miss A C Bentley, NY C Fletcher, Tenn Z M Sherley,Ky S R Patterson, Pa Major Kain, USA D Naar, NJ Mr Schott, Pa H J Sedgwick, NY E D Whitney, do T B Hickman, Mo U B Dnflin, Mass Mrs S Hickman, do D Fntil, NY T B Hickman, jr, do W Rollins, Md J L Hickman, do J Lambden, do J A Stevens, NJ J Wanderwater, do J G Wilmot, Md Dr J C Nott, Ala Com Jones, USN Mrs Surge and daughter J H Mead & son, NY A H Marks, Va R G Tomanson, Pa Col Goodman, Pa. W1 Hards' Hotel?H. A. A) o. WIMARB. B R Weliford, Va B Hugcr, SC D W Horton, Mass W Call, Fla R W Milbank, La M Dubois, do H S Sanford, Ct S L Bigler, Pa M H Herbert, Md Mrs J C Hart, NY T S Bocock, Va W A Pendleton, Mo L de Potestard Purser Buchanan, USN S R Herbert, Md A M Pennock, do F F Bryan, USA J F Flemmish, Chili A C Rhind, USN D B Campbell, III W F Turner, Va R L Ktngman, NY J Hunter, do J A Newton, Ct J II Ilarguior, NC Mrs Martin, do Mrs Ilarguior. do Miss Martin, do Misa ilarguior, do N Benjamin & lady, NY J Buell, La 8 Marshall, do J Hogan & lady, Scotl'd. Browns' Hotel?t p. & x. ssomr, II G Fant, DC Dr Coleman, La J Jallette, La Mr Williamson, Md C Bienvenn, do J W Davison, do E Lasire, do W C Moss, Pa J Miltenberger, do G B Hopkins, Md J W Nizon, do M T K canard, Va J M J Causin, Md J M Ricketts, do J M Buchanan, do G Dearthcragc, do B M Hodges, do AT Cain, Ind W B Morrison, Va A II Croyni, NY Miss A Swain, do S Lunderford, Ala Miss J M Moore, do B F Wicks, Miss MwM E Moore, do R A Harris, NY M Hewit, Texas L Dennis, La VV C Wilson, La E Jenkins & lady, Ohio. United States Hotel ? B. a. aionu. J Wood, Tenn B Green, Md A Wood, do J Winpenny, Pa L VVilkms, Md P Stillman, NY LR Sharp, NY J M Allen, do T B Sharp, do E Williams, Md W C Eakhart, Ct M Delany, Va T Van Wind is, Germany J II Scott, Md J H Kennaday, NY. Old Point Hotel?Old Point Comfort Vet (C. C. Willard & Bros., Prop's.)?July 15. J A Whitney, Va P Jordan, Washington E L Baylor, Bait C R Hardesty, Bait S C Stevens, N Y VV Hanery, Bait A C Borland York Co S C Hoges, M Y M A Upsher, Talbot Co M Appleton, Bait G N Moran, Richmond E R Hunter, Norfolk E J Sales, York Co, Va J M Drewry, do J Grippin, Portsmouth A J Denbey, do Win James, La W Denbey, do A C Colins, Bait D T Aspril G Arnold, NY S P Griffin, do Mrs M C Arnold, do S Sanders, Jas Walker, Washington J Sales, NY A M Harrison, NY A C Forant, do S Adams, do J Mvrden, Philadelphia VV C Brown, Norfolk R Haslet, Bedford J C Murphy, Chaiieston S E Anthony, Suffolk W A Meeds, Bait VV P Ashly, NJ A M Portlock, NY G C Rhmsy, do A Ileal, do S Comins, NY G Anderson, do J Adams, Bait J Christin, Acooinac Co S Moody, NY J Wilkiiia, NJ C Hanswood, Richmond A N Workmuler, Bait J Means, J Sanders, NY VV Mury, Norfolk E Mason, Md J Ames, Petersburg W Jones, Ball W Doisty, Portsmouth G Williamson, do J Blake, NY W Rose, Richmond Mrs Dony & 2 children. W Rend, do Georgetown S Martin, Va C Hinkly, Bait J Martin, Norfolk Co J C Aderson, York Co G Laylal,Norfolk T J Turner, Va B Gatewood, do D C Sherwood, Rich'd E T Bary, Bait Miss Mary Sumers, do W W Bussett, USN J VV Owins, do C VV Murdouph, Va G A Kogers, NY A D Hasroll, USN W A Graves, do C (I Williamson, do AM Ninsem, York Co J Y Leigh, Norfolk J A Milen, Niagara Falls 1 E W Samon, Bait A W Sanders, Va H N Halls, do J A Rand, NY H C Janest, da J c Jones, do J C McLensy, Cambridge G Dunbar, Petersburg G Stuart & ly, Bait T A Jonson, Md VV B Bunkly, do S E Lambert, Bait A T Bell, Norfolk I)r K M Aiderson, Va Mrs A Bell, do Mrs S Gasett, do * 9-Vfj1'8' Dr s f Anderson, do C M Williams, Bait J M Anderson, do J A Hays, NY P Thornton, Phila Mrs A Jones, do S H Benolds, Boston G Moran, Richmond G A Sample, Washington L Y Kobens A D Taleat, Macon, Ga G Carroll, Va J Cale, Va C K Ellie, do E Wjratt, da Arrival and Departure of Ocean 8 team en. Nam*. I*avat For JDcrjt, Sicilia New York..Palermo July 22 Pacific * Liverpool...New York..July 12 Africa...... Liverpool...New York..July 15 Hetmann Bremen New York..July 19 Canada Liverpool...Boston July 22 City of Phila'a... .Liverpool... Phila'a July 25 Arabia .Liverpool...New York..July 29 07-The California steamers leave New York on the 5th and 20th of each Booth. JOB PRIM TING NEATLY AND EXPE DITIOUSLY EXECUTED AT THE "EVENM* STAR" OFFICE. je 28?tl 1 LOT of OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR SALE A 1 THIS OtFlCE. may 24?tf MT. VERNON HOTEL, complete, and often for ths reception of visitors for the ensuing season. It is delightfully located, convenient to the beach and all attractive places of resort, and fur nished with new aad elegant furniture, making cue of the moot airy, commodious, spacious, comfortable and desirable places of resort in the United States. The Dining Room of this Hotel is so arranged parties of t ix or more persons can have their meals -ssrtd at separate tables and different hours, with 0 additional charge. A FINE RESTAURANT and CONFECTIONARY ROOMS are connected with the Hotel, where all the luxuries and delicacies tin be obtained. BECK'S PHILADELPHIA CQRXET BAND has been engaged for the season, aad finally no pains or expense has been spared to provide every comfort, convenience, and luxury that can bn de sire!. 8. B. W00LMAN, Proprietor. Jy 8-t* ZEBHAFS CELEBRATED TOOTH WASH rrifllS delicious article combines so many men tori X ons qualities that it has now become a stand ard favorite with the citizens of New York. Phila Baltimore. Dentists prescribe it in then practice most successfully, and from every souret the meet laudations are awarded it. ThSmmii N*M*?g gams are immediately ben ?fitted by its use, its action upon them is very mild | soothing, and effective. It cleanses the teeth st thoroughly that they ait made to rival pearl In thr whiteness, and diffuses through the month such * delightful freshness that the breath is rendered ex qulsitety sweet It disaffeets all those iapuritin which tend to produce decay, and, as aoonsequenoe when these are removed the teeth must always re M.in sound. Prepared only by Fkjutcis Zmmjus. Druggist, Phil adelpQa, and sold by W. H. OILMAN, Washington, an l by all Druggists, atonly 25 cents a bottle. may 6?Sm P BZMTTAffCES TO ISELA1ID. ?R8 jN? d-s;r'i>* v cenImoi:e> to IrHaxM. can t-buiu cli?ok< icr j&t ut more, t-k the M Itatt , payable in all t!i< principal towns. Apply to CHUBB 11 ROT LUCKS, HI) g wy1 the Tjeasary Building, BFnRBPTOWN ADVERTISEMENTS. GEORGETOWN FEMALE 8EJHNABY, Georgetown, d. c. Rev. Wm. J. Clark, 1 PRnrccAW. Mrs. A. H. Clark, J THE duties of this Seminary will be resumed on MONDAY, Bepti mber 1st. The course of studies actually pursued in this In stitution embraces a higher and more thorough range that pursued in any other Female Sem inary in the Union. The location of tbe Seminary is remarkable for its salubrity. The buildings are large, the rooms caper clous, and the grounds for recreation are very am pie. Terms lor boarding pupils, $200 per session of 10 months, payable on the 1st ol September and 1st of February. This charge includes boarding, tuition In English and Mathemat.cs, room rent, fuel, lights and waswing, Music, Frcnchj Spanish, Ac. Drawing and Painting extra. Day scholars from *5 to $10 per quarter, according to the clarres which they enter. Reference is made to Dr. Grafton Tyler, Captain I Geo. F. de la Roche, W. 6. Ridgely, Esq., W Hunter Esq, W. S. H. Taylor, Esq., Francis Dodge, Esq, I Robert P. Dodg?, Esq., and Dr. O. M. Linthicum, Georgetown, D. C.; and to J03. H. ?** ? Esq., and Mr. Fitzhugh Ooyle, I Aaron C- Dayton, Washington,!). C. jyl4?tf (Intel A Union) n OLD PEHS and Pencils, SilTer Tea, Table, and Dessert Spoons, and Thimbles made of star i line silver. ? Gold, silver, light fteel, and German silver Spec tacies. Cataract, near-sighted, blue, green, and Perifocal Spectacle Glasses for all ages, constantly on hand, and can be set in old frames at short notice, and at a small expense. For sale by E. K. LUNDY, je 30?tf Bridge street, Georgetown. TO THE CITIZEH8 OF GE0BGET0WH. J BUCKLEY A CO. respectfully inform the citi , tens of Georgetown and its vicinity ? that tliev are prepared to undertake every description of work in GAS FITEING. They have secured the service? of some of the best workmen from the North, and their charges will be found as low as in any of those i They have always ou hand an elegant asacrtment of Gas Fixtures, to which they would invite the ex I amination of the public. South Bids of Bridge street, between Washington and Jeflerson. ? , . Orders left at Linthicum'0 Hardware Store will be punctually attended to. Jan 80?tf PHILADELPHIA ADVERTISEMENTS. SEA BATHING. COLUMBIA HOUSE, CAPE ISLAND. NEW JERSEY. This new and popular establishment is now onen for the reception of visitors. The proprietor, thankful for the patronage he has so largely received, bescs to assure his friends and the public that the HOTEL in every department will be kept in a style superior to any previous sea son. Gas has been introduced into 200 rooms.? Hassler's celebrated orchestra has been engaged ex I clusively for house, and many other arrange ments have been made tending to the increased comfort and enjoyment of the gue?ts. Application for rooms may be made by address ing the proprietor at Cape Island, or to the subscri L. HARWOOD, No. 17 South 3d street, Philadelphia. N. B.?Extensive stabling on the premises. je 10?3m SNIDER'S WINES AT PHILADELPHIA. JOHN V. SNIDER, Dealer in Winee, at the former old established IPZrie Start of JACOB SNIDER, Jr., No. 76 Walnut street, four doors be row Fourth street, where consumers will be supplied with WINES and LIQUORS on the most accommo dating terms. JACOB SNIDER, Jr., Agent for the Im portation of FOREIGN WINES, Office No. 70 Wal nut street, Philadelphia, where he is prepared to receive orders for the special Importation of Wines, Ac., from various houses in Europe, in quantities of a single do zen and upwards: and also solicits for his Son, JOHN VAUGHAN SNIDER, the patronage of I his friends and former customers. I %? All Wines ordered for Washington will be de Uvered by Express free, of freight. je 8?ly IMPORTANT TO MECHANICS AND BUSINESS MEN. FIRST PREMIUM PUMP. A SAFE and money making business is guarantied to all persons purchasing State, County, and Township rights for the AMERICAN LIFTINO PUMP, (Polity's patent Elastic Adjustable Bucket,) acknowledged by scientific men who have witnessed its operation, to be tne beat and moet valuable pump for general purposes, in the Union. Persons pur chasing rights will have no competition, and secure handsome profits. Considerable territory is already sold, and the de mand is rapidly increasing. Rights can be purchased low and models, Ac., be seen by applying to H. VIVIAN A CO., Sole Manu facturers, 108 North Front Street, Philadelphia. N. B.?Local and travelling Agents wanted Lib eral commission given. may 25?8m FOWLERS, WELLS * CO., Phrenologists and Publishers, 231 Arch St., below Seventh, Philadelphia. All works on Phrenology, Water Cure, Magnetism, and Phonography for sale at New York prices.? Phrenologloal examinations day and evening. may 11?3m Cabinet fro* to visitors. ROGER BROWN * CO., WHOLESALE DEALERS <SIMPORTERS OF WINES AND LIQUORS. No. S33 HIGH 8TP.EET, (btt*n?n Eighth and Ninth, north ridt.) PHILADELPHIA, PA. 1041* BBOWIf. [OC 28?ly] WILLIAM WAA1AC1 DOCTOR YOURSELF. THE POCKET ^SCULAPIUS: OR, EVERY ONE HIS OWN PHYSICIAN. The Fiftieth Edition, wKh One hundred Engraving" ehowing Diseases and MkJ formations of the Human System in every shape and form. To which is added a Treatise on the Diseases of Females, being of the high est importance to married people, or those contem plating marriage. By WM. YOUNG, M. D. Let no father be ashamed to present a copy of the JSBCULAPIUS to his child It may save him from an early grave. Let no young man or woman enter in to the secret obligations of married life without reading the POCKET jESUULAPIUS. Let no one suffering from a hacknied Cough, Pain in the side, ^ . M restless nights, nervous feelings and the whole train of Dyspeptic sensations, and given up by their phy sician, be another moment, without consulting the JESCULAPIUS. Have the married, or those about to be married any impediment, read this truly use ful book, as it has been the means of saving thous ands of unfortunate creatures from the very jaws of death. f^Any person sending TWENTY-FIVE CENTS enclosed in a letter, will receive one copy of this work by ????, or five copies wiil be sent for One Dol lar. Address, (poet paid) DR. WM. YOUNG, No. 162 Spruce street. Philadelphia. ap 18? ly PREMIER ARTIST IH HAIK, INVENTOR OF THE CELEBRATED GOSSAMER VENTILATING WIG AND ELASTIC BAND TOUPACES. No. ITT CHESTNUT STREET, o/potiu Uu State Hautt, Philadelphia. INSTRUCTIONS to enable Ladies and Gentlemen tf- measure their own hea Is with accuracy: Icr Wigs, Inches. Toupee3 * Scalps, Inch. No. 1. The round of the No. 1. From forehead to head . From forehead over the head to neck. From ear to ear over the head. From ear to car round the fore head. back as for as ball. 2. Over forehead as far as required. 3. Over the crown of the head. R. Dollar I hi-J llways ready for ?ale a splendid stock of Gents' Wigs, Toupeta, L* dies' Wigs, half Wigs, Frit ots, Braid*, Carls, Aa, beau tifully manufactured and as chrap m any establish meat In the Union. BOLLARD'S HERBAKIUH EXTRACT OR LUfl TROBS HAIR TONIC, prepared from South American herbs and roots, the moet successful article ever produced for preserving the hair trom foiling out or changing color, restoring and preserving it in a healthy end luxuriant state. Among other reasons why Bollard's hair-cutting Sa loon, maintains its immense popularity is the foot that his Tonio is applied to every head of hair cut at his establishment, consequently it is kept in better preservation than uu<ler any other known applica tion. It being thus pi-actically tasted by thousand*, offers the greatest graranty of its efficacy. Sold wholesale and retail ut his Old Establishment, 177 Chesnut Street, opposite the State House, Thila delphia. R. Doi Douaju) has at last discovered the n plus ul fiuof hair dye, and announces it for Pale, with per fect confidence, in Its surpassing everything of the kind now in use. It colors the hair either blaek ?r brown, as may be desired, and is used without any Injury to the hair or skin, either by stain or other wise, can be washed off in ten minutes after the ap plication, without detracting from its efficacy. Per sons visiting the city are invited to give >i?n a n*n Litters addressed toR. DOLLARD, 177 CHESTNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA, will reoeive attention. Jan 23?ly. SIKBOLD'S JAPAN t Golowin's do.; Mao r*i'a-r' Jo; Loerarfer's do; Watt's do; Japan flistoi c .-t i;m.j:iiition par Jm cijjny ; Japou IIis Uiie . ixsciipo3n par Frussiuet. Imported by Imported f FBANOK TAYLOB; IFVatWEAMGCORDIAIi A PHENOMENON WMEIW1NE. XJEALTH RESTORED AND LIFE LEDU.TM0R8R'8 bUTViaOEATII?? ELIXIR OR CORDIAE were deemed frbntoua. The public often deceived, and sublime truths announced by ti^duooverer.? But factA, undeniable frcta atterted bj witc waee of , the highest class and nv*n lng over all doubts. ^ THROWN by a of testimony which is perfectly remedies, in all cases, Ihe deplorable erils arising from ami6use or abuse of the various organs which make up the wonderful machine called man. It restores to roll v gor s^ery delicate fnn<> Men connected with that myrt^rfous agency of matter ?nd mind, neoeaaary to the re-pro Auction of human life. To pewons of feeb e muscu. lar frame, or deficient in vitel V?*> JVJ8 mended as the only means of communicating that energy which is necessary to the proper enjoyment of all the natural appetites, as well as the higher mental attributes. Its beneficial effete we not con fined to either sex or to any age. The feeble pn, the: ailing wife, the listless, overworn man of business, the victim of nervous de pression, the individual suffering from general de bility, or from the weakness of a single organ, will all find Immediate and p^rmwi?nt relief from tnt use of t.h<? incomparable renovator. To those whc have a predisposition to paralysis it will prove a complete and unfailing safeguard against that terri ble malady. There are many, perhaps, who have sc trifled with their constitutions, that they thinl themselves beyond the reach of medicine. Let nol even these despair. The Elixir deals with disease ai it exists, without reference to causes, and will nol only remove the disorderitseK, J?* _______ REBUILD THE BROKEN CONSTITUTION. The derangements of the system, leading to ner vous diseases, and the forms of nervous disease it aelfi are so numerous that it would require a columi to enumerate'the maladies for which this prepara ration is aspecifio. A few, however, may beenume rated, via: neuralgia, tic dolereaux, headache, bicip ient paralysis, hysteria, palpitation of the heart, spl na' affections, muscular debility, tremors, flatulence a pricking sensation in the flesh, numbness, torpid ity of tb liver, mental depression, weakness of th? will, indispo ition to move, faintness after exercise broken sleep an i terrifying dreams, inability lo re main in one place cr position, weakness of the pro creative organs,| sexual incompetency, melancholy monomania, fluor albus, s nking at the stomach, fe male irregularities, a chronic tendency to miscai riage, emaciation, and all complainta growing out o a free indulgence of the passions, and all barrennea that does Inet proceed from organic causes beyow the reach of medicine. Whenever the organs to be acted upon are frei from malformation or strictural diseases it ia averre< ^ MORSE'S INVIGORATING ELIXER will replace weakness with strength, incapacity wit! efficiency, irregularity with uniform and natural ac tivity, and this not only without hazard of reaction but with a happy effect on the general organization j#arBear in mind that all maladies, wherever the; begin, finish with the nervous system, and that tb paralisation of the nerves or motion and sensation i physical death. Bear in mind also, that for ever kind of nervous disease tha Elixer Cordial is th only reliable preparation known. CAUTIOM. Ds. Mossi's Ihyiqoratimo Cordial hao been 00 UB I terfeitoi by some unprincipled persons. ; In future, all the genuine Cordial will have tb proprietor's fac simile; pastod over the cork of ead bottle, and the following words blown in the glass ?Dr. Hone's Invigorating Cordial, C. II. RING, Proprietor} S.T The Cordial is put up highly concentrated, t | pint bottles. Price,?63 per bottle; two for $5; six for $12. C. H. RING, Proprietor, 192 Broadway, New York. Sold by Druggists throughout the United State: Oanadac, and West Indies. - 1 AGENTS. Washington?Z. D. OILMAN. Baltimore?3. S. IIANOE. Richmond?BENNETT A BEERS. mar M?eotf CARD. To the Ladies of Washington, Georgetown Alexandria, tfe. HENRY WEIRMAN'S Ladies',Misses,and Chi dren'a French Shoes are sold by the undei | ifned, ou 15Ui street, just above Corcoran Jk Rigg Banking House, in lu? new building, with the lug marble steps, where he will receive Ladies'order and keep constantly en hand every variety of L: | dies', Misses,and Children's French Gaiter Walkin Shoes, White and Black Satin Gaiters, Slippers, fcc I made to order by H. Weirman, of Philadelphia,! the best French Gaiter materials, and in the lata Parisian styles. These Gaiters are entirely diifeiei l'mm who tare generally known a?"slopshop shoes; being all custom work, of superior workmanshi] and warranted to give perfect satisfaction. Ladies, who value beauty, comfort, and economy will consult their interest by giving me a call, an | examine for themselves. C. WEIRMAN, 15th st., just above Corcoran & Bigg's aug 18-lyeo Banking HouM NEW AND SEASONABLE GOODS. THE subscriber bogs to otll the attention of pe: sons refitting their he uses to his new stock ( PAPER HANGINGS and B< iRDERS. Just receive a superior lot of "Silver" Papers of the very latee styles and best finish, thesa papers are ioarrardt ! never to tarnish. Velvet p? pers, a large variety a prices to suit all purses. Gold papars from 87]^ cent* per piece to $3.60 "Silver" do do 87% do do do to 2.50 Gold and Velvet from 1,80 e m. per piece to 6.26 "SUveT and Velvet" from 1.1cts. per piece to $2*2 I Glazed papers from 22 cts. tu $125 per piece Unglaz?d, 8c. 10c.l2)(c. 15c. 18c. and 25c. Oak and other imitations at reduced priced. A] kinds of Decorative and Ornamental papers, Statue* I Groups, Ac. Paper hung by experienced hands. All work wai I ranted to give satisfaction. Persons desirous to purchase would do well to call s my assortment is of such a description as to sui | the most fastidious. JOSEPH T. K. PLANT, No. 6 Washington Place, 7th street, 6 doors south of E street mar 11?eotf MONEY-MONEY-MONEY. IMPORTANT NOTICE?All persons in want c Meney can be supplied with all sums. Cash advances on Jewelry, Watches, Furniture | Groceries, aud Clothing All business negotiate, strictly confidential. ISAAC HERZBERG, Pawn Broker, south side Pa. avenue, between 4J< and 3d sts, opp. U. 8. Hotel. 49- Store closed on Saturday until candle light, ap 26?eoflm* PIANOS FOB SALE AND KENT. New and second-hand PIANOS, of mi nf I * I 'own and several other factories, are al way3 to be had at my Piano Ware room, on 11th st betw. Pa, avenue and E st Old Pianos token in exchange. Tuning also attended to, ap 26?eo3m* F. C. REICIIENBAOH. Privateer Pensioners. Pxsbiok OmcE, June 3,1864. piONGRESS having, by the act approved May 31 1854. made an appropriation Ibr paying th< pensions of invalids (who were wounded on beard o private aimed vessels during the last war witl Great Britain,) to the thirtieth of the present montt inclusive, parties Interested are hereby notified that the following evidence cf their being entitled U the benefits ot the law will be required, viz: 1. Sworn declaration or memorial, setting forth | the vessel to which the pensioner belonged; his rank or station; when and in what manner disabled; monthly rate of pension, and the date to which lad I paid. 2. Evilence of identity, either by affidavit of twe credible witnesses, or ceitifieate of a justice of tht pcace. The above evidence to be authenticated by th? certificate under seal of the proper officer, showing the official character of the justicc of the peace, and to be forwarded, together with the original pension certificate, to this office. L- P. WALDO, je 10?eo2m Commissioner of Pensions. TBY-TBY?TBY CANNON'S VEGETABLE or BLOODTURUYING BITTERS. 49* Ask for the bottle with th< Portrait of the Inventor and Proprietor, and take none other, WM. M. CAKNON, Washington, D.C. To whom all orders should be addressed for Agencies *o. ftb 26?eotf FERN LEAVES from Fanny's Portfolio, second series Life in Abyssinia, by Mansfield Parkyrs American Fruit Growers' Guide, by F R Elliott Lectures on Pulmonary Consumption, by Theoph lua Thompson, M D Alone, by Marion Harland Theological Emays, 2 vols, by Thos De Quinoey Parker's Book of Mechanics and Engineering, by J. W Nystiom, C E * Chemistry of Common Lite, No. 2, by Johnson. Just reoeived at TAYLOR A MAURY'S may 31? Bookstore, near Oth st SIM 3'8 HAND BOOK to the Library of the Bri tish Museum, 1 vol, 1854 Evelyn's Diary and Correspondence, new edition. 4 vols, 1854 .' Contributions to Literature, historical, antiquari an, and metrical, by Mark Antony Lower, 1 volume 1814 The Half Century, from 1800 to 1660, its history and policy, by W Wllks, 1 vol, 1863 Gilbert's ElementJ of Banking, 1 vol, 1864 Birt's Band Beok of the Law of ftarms, 1 volume 1853 The Woollen Manufacturer's Guide, by Ibberson, I vol, 1853 ^ Tha Young Officer's Companion, by Col. Lord de Roe, 1 volume. FRANCE TAYLOB. iy 12? lumber;71 r~~ THB subscribers having established themselves lo the Lumber burinees, at the old stand of Wm. Bird, oTmrof fith and B etreets, are prepared to tarnish all articlee in the trade on favorable tormi They solicit a sharejof public patronam. Je LflK>, W. GATJUEIT * 00. UNDERTAKERS, Ac. JL xnenaa, ?tq?M ii??...?. . that he (till oontinues to execute all ovtWrs in hk I line of business In the beet manner and at the short-1 eat notioe. RKPAQURO neatly and promptly exeonted. C . FUKERAL8 attended to at ??vthe shortest notioe, and in the beet Bodies preserved tin tht most perfect mam rcr, even in the warmest u taLhrr. .. ? va*nkfulfor past favors, he would respectfully solicit, and will endeavor to merit a continu*noe of the same. ANTHONY BUCHLY, Pa. are^ a. aide, between 9th and 10th sts. Residence: Mr. Martin's, D street, 8d house east of Tth street mar 17?ly UNDERTAKER. I WOULD respectfully return my thanks to the citisens of Washington and its vicinity for their past patronage, and say that owing to the frequent calls in the Undertaking branch of my busineas, I hare been induced to discontinue the manufacture of Furniture, and turn my attention fully to the UNDERTAKING. 1 have spared no pains to have every thing that is requisite to my business, and I am therefore fully prepared to meet any order after a few moments notice, and I assure those who may eeme a call that I will spare no pains to carry out ir orders to their entire satisfaction. JAMES t. HARVEY, 7th st? between G and II. N. B.?Calls attended to at all hours of the night, mar 2?ly YUHERALS. i The subscriber is prepared to it 1 at the shortest noticc, to any calls in this line, and will apare no pain* to render entire satirfactien to all who may deaire bis assistance in performing the last tribute of respect to the dead. Hearse alwaya in readineaa. Mourning Caps and Shrouds furnisned when desired. The subscriber begs leave to call the attention ol the public to his PATENT CORPSEPRE8ERVER, which has been already tested in the families of sev eral in this city, to whom he can refer as to its efficacy in preserving the body from deeompoa fo, any to** of ^ p ? ^ aug 8-ooly bet. 9th and 10th atreets. BUSINESS CARDS. WILLIAM CHOPPIBi , CARPENTER AND BCILDER, Shop and rcaidence,next to corner ol 13thand Osts. Jy 14?tf Banking House of Pairo ft lonrse, FIFTEENTH STREET, ?, Oppoatta tha VatUd gtatoiTraasurVi i J OIX per cent. per annum interest paid ou depoelti O or one hundred dollars or over, when leu foi thirty days or longer. aep 3?dly V. P. OORBETT, Attorney and Counullor?at>LaW| WASHINGTON, D. 0. Offlee on 6th street, near Pa. avaoua. mar 18?ly C0MM1S8I0HKS OF DEEDS FOR New York, Texas, California, New Jersey. Louisiana, Mfcaauii, Pennsylvania, Alabama, Kentaof :y, Maryland, Georgia, Miohta", Maine, Wisconsin, Ohk?,anl Minnesota, Florida, Other Btates; GSOEQfi C. TROK Al| ATTORNEY FOR CLAIMS, AOS HOT ART PUBLIC. otfiqb opposite to rna tuisout bcildkg. ?ov 18?y WASHINGTON. D. a [No. 617.] NOTICE for restoring curtain landi to market in the State of Missouri. The grant of land made by the act of Congress ap proved 10th June, 1852. to aid'tn the construction of a railroad from the city of St. Louis to the west era boundary of the State of Mitsouri, known as the '?Southwest Pacific Railroad," having been adjusted as far as practicable, notion is hereby given, that all the vacant lands heretofore withdrawn, and still withheld, from sale or entry along the route of th? said road, which lie outline of the limits of tix mila on each side of the Bame, situated in the under-men timed townships and parts of townships, which have not been or shall not be selected in virtue of an} grant made by Congress, or legally claimed by pre emption, will be restored to private entry on th< days hereinafter specified, at the ordinary m'nimun prioo of one dollar and twenty-five cents per acre, to wit: In the district of lands subject to sale at St LotJi& commencing on Monday, the fourth day of Septem ber next. North of the bate line and east of the fifth principal meridian. Townships 43*, 41,45. of range 1 Townships 42?, 44*, 45, of range 2 Townships 44*, 45*, 46, range 3 Township 46, range 4 Townships 46*, 47, S^f Mo. river, range 5 Townships 46*, 47, 457S. of Mo. river, range 6 Townships 46*, 47,48, S. of Mo. river, range 7 North of the base line and west of the fifth principal meridian. Townfhlp 40*, 42*, 43*, 44,45, range 1 Townships 38,49*, 42*, 43, 44, 45, B. of Mo. river, rang* 2 Townships 38*, 40*, 41*, 42, 48, range 3 Townships 38*, 40*, 41*, 42, range 4 Townships 39*, 40*, 41, range 6 Townships 39*, 40,41, range 0 Townships 39*, 40, range 7 Townships 38*, 39*, 40, range 8 Townships 38*, 39, range 9 Townships 88*, 39, range 10 In the district cf lands subject to sale at Jacksor, o mmencing on Monday, the twenty-fifth of Septem ber next: North of the base line and west of the, fifth principal meridian. Township 37, range 2 Townships 36, 37, range 3 Townships 36,37*, range 4 Townships 36, 37*, range 5 Townships 35, 36, 37*, range 6 Townships, 35, 36*, 37*, range 7 Townships 34,36, 36*, range 8 Townships 34,35, 36, range 9 Tow nships 34, 35*, 86*, range 10 In the district ot lands subject to sale at Ouhtos, commencing on Monday, the thirteenth day of Au gust next: North of the bast line and west of the fifth principal meridian. Townships 35*, 37*, 38*, 39, range 11 Townships 35*, 37*, 38, 39, range 12 Townships 36* 37*, 38, 49, range 13 Townships 36*, 37,38.39, range 14 Townships 35*, 36*, 37,38, 39, range 15 Townships 35*, 36, 37, 38, range 16 Townships 35, 36, 37, range 17 Townships 35,36, range 18. In the district of lands subject to sale at 8PBiira pkld, commencing on Monday, the fourteenth day of August next: North of the base line and west of the fifth principal meridian. Townships 33, 34, range 11 Townships 32,33, 34*, range 12 Townships 32, S3, 34*, range 13 Townships 30, 31,32, 33, 34*, range 14 Townships 29,30, 31,32,33*, 34*, range 15 Townships 29,3C*, 31*. 32*, 34*, range 16 Townships 29,29*, 30*, 34*, range 17 Townships 27,28,29*, 31*, 32*733*, 34*, range 18 At the bakk pucs, commencing on Monday, the fourth day of September next: North of the base line and west of Ou fifth principal Meridian. Townships 26,27, 28,29*, 31*, 32,33,34, of range XVa Townships 26,27,28*, 2#*, 30?, 31*, 32, range 20 Townships 25,26, 27, 28*. 30*, 31, 31, range 21 Townships 25, 26, 27*, 28*, 30*, 31, ?t, range 22 Townships 34, 26, 26*, 2;*, 29*, 30*, 31, range 23 Townships 25,25*, 26*, 28*, 29*, 80, 31, range 24 Townships 24, 25*, 27*, 28*, 29,30, rang* 25 Townships 28, 24, 25*, 27*, 28, 29, range 26. At the SAjfK place, commencing on Monday, the twenty-fifth day of September next: North of the base line and west of the fifth principal meridian. Townships 23,24, 26* 27*, 28, 29, of range 27 Townships 23, 24,25* 27*, 28, range 28 Townships 23, 94, 25*, 27*, 28, range 29 Townships 23, 24, 25*, 27*, 28, range 30 Townships 22. 23,24*, 25*, 26*, 27*, 28, range 31 Townships 22,23, 24,26*, 26*, 27,28, range 32 Townships 22,28, 24*, 26*. 27.28, rang* 33 Townships 22,23*, 24*, 25*, 26*, 2773, range 84 The townships marked thus * being only parte of townships, or those out by the six mile limits. Under the act of Congress approved 3d Mmh 1853, entitled "An aet to extend pn emption rights to certain lands therein mentioned," the pre-emp tion laws of the United States, as they now exist, are extended over the publio lands along the line of the railroad herein before mentioned. Therefore, claims by pre-emption which attach under said act j to any of the above lands, must be proven up prior to the day fixed for the restoration of the UMf to Fjvat?^entry, or as soon as practicable after teeing ? N?"ce is also hereby given to ail settlers within the SUl mHe limits of the above-mentioned road who were settled upon such lands prior to their withdraw al, that they may now come forward and establish their pre-emption claims, if entitled under the act of 27th March, 1854, to the satisfaction of the register and receiver ef the proper land office, and pa?. bmb4 therefor at the ordinary of one dol lar and twenty-five ocnt* per acre. And such set tlers on the residue of the lands withdrawn from sale or entry on the 11th June, 1852, are likewise entitled to establish and pay for their claims under said aet of the 27th March, 1854. In order to prerent confusion and insure accuracy applications to enter the above lands will be reoeived at the land offices, respectively, only for the first range (beginning with the lowest township) on the day appointed for the commencement of the restora tion of the lands to entry; on the second day there after for the aeoend range; on the fourth day for the third range, and so on, in the order in which the ranges are advertfced, so as to have one day inter vene between the ot application for the acton ef the land offloe? ti?ean, and tha adjustment of %n un iitrrj twmw ? __ ?.m simultaneous appliottions tor the sametr?nt"t^ _ Sup at auction, ami awarded to the higheet bid among such applicants. ma Given under my hand, at the General T*n?i nm? By order of the President: t s N' (MfcUl] rOTIOK OF WITHDRAWAX*?~In pursoanesoftbe order of the President of the United States, bearing date the 80th oltteo, Issued on the neoumhiim ud it the request of tha Bsnaters and nearly all tha Bepreeentativaa In Oon grees from tha SUto ot Missouri, tha lands in thi following townships situated in tha 8tate oi Mis3oc*i. on the route of the M JhM Jft?tiii'ii and Missouai, on the route of the . Miuiuippi river Railroad* have bsen from im or entry, except for valid pre-emptior claims, until farther orders, to wit: In tha district of lands subject to ante at Br jLocu: I North of the bate line and west oftheffth pri0*cip% 1 meridian. Townships 88,89, ot range 1 | North of the bate lime andwad of the fifth Townships 88,88,40,41, of rangee 1, 2 Townships 88,39,40, 41, 4'i, of range 8 Townships 38,89,40,41,42,43,44, 85, of range* I 15' Towublpe 90,43,44,45, of range T Township 39, of ranpe "? In the district of lands suttfaet to sale at Jtcxson North qf the bate line andead qf the fifth principa Townships 80,31,82, S8, U,88, 88,r,ofra^re 1 Townships 30, 31,82, 38, 34, 36, 3d, 37, 88, 89, c ^Townships 87,2% 20,30,31,33, 33, 34,38,86, 31 ot range 3 Townships 28,27,23,29,30, 81,32,83, 34, 35, 3C Towmhipe 25, 23, 27,25, 28,80, 81, S2, 83,84,3! 36. 87, of ranges ft, 8 Townships 24, 25, 28, 27,28, 29, 80, 31, 82, 33, c range 7 _ . Townships 21,25,26, 27,28,29, of ranfM 8, 0 on 10. Townships 22,23,24,25, 26,27, 28, of ranges 11 12.13 and 14 _ Townships 21,2J, 23, 34, Sft, B8, XI, 2% ol rang 15 Townships 23,24,98, 26, 27,28, of rang* 18 Townships 22, 23,24,29,26,27, 28, of range 17 Townships 24,25, 26,27, of range 18 North of the bate line and wed of the fifth primdpt meridian. Townships 38, 37, of range 1 The above list includes oar tain townships hevet< fore withdrawn for other railroads, and some no jet offered for sale, hut which have all betn Insert ri aa they are within the reservation. Given under my hand, at the General Land <Mta at the city of Washington, this 8th day of June A-I 1854. By order of the P&xsocst : - JOHN WILSON, je 10?law!3w Commissioner. ~ [No. 618 ] By tit* President of the United Statai IN pursuance of law, I, FRANKLIN PIERC1 President of the United States of America, d hereby deolare and make known that public sale will be bell at the undermentioned land offloe fc the State of Wisoeiroir, at the periods hereinafte designated, to wit: At the land offloe at Snvxss Point, commendn on Monday, the fourth day of September next, fc the disposal of the pnblic lands situated in the fo lowing named townships, viz: North qf the bate line, and east of the fourth print* pal meridian. Townships twenty-one, twenty-five, twenty-eh and twenty-seven, of range two. Townships twenty-five, twenty-six, twenty-eevci twenty-eight, twenty-nine, and thirty, of rang three. Townships twenty-seven, twenty-eight, twenty nine, and thirty, of range lour. Townships twenty-eeven, twenty-eight, twenty nine, and thirty, of range nine. Townships twenty-seven, twenty-eight, twent; nine, and thirty, of range ten. Townships twenty-seven, twenty-eight, twent nine, and thirty, of range eleven. At the land office at La Csossz, commencing o Monday, the eighteenth day of September next, fc the disposal of the public lands within the nnde: mentioned townships, viz: North of the bate line, and wed of the fourth prlnc pal meridian. Townships twenty-two, twenty-three, twenty-fou: twenty-eight, and twenty-nine, of range one. Townships twenty-two, twenty-three, and twent: 1J nine, of range two. Townfliip twenty-nine, of range three. Townships twenty-three, twenty-four, twenty-fivi twenty-six, twenty-seven, and twenty-eight, of rang 11 four. Townships twenty-one, twenty-two, twenty-thre* twenty four, twenty-five, twenty-six, twenty-sever and twenty Height, of range five. Townships twenty-three, twenty-four, twenty-fivi twenty-six, and twenty-seven, of range six. Townships twenty-three, and twenty-four, of rang seven. I North of the bate line, and east of the fourth prina ' pal nurd tan. Township twenty.flve, of range one. At the land office at Willow lUrxn, commencin ! on Monday the eleventh day of September next, fc the disposal of the public lands situated within th following named townships, to wit: North of the bate line, and west of the fourth princ pal meridian. Township thirty-seven, of range six. Townships thirty-six, thirty-seven, and thlrtj eight, of raBge seven. Townships thirty-five, thirty-six, and thirty-sever of range eight. Townships thirty-four, thirty-five, thirty-six, an< thirty-seven, of range nine. Townships thirty-four and thirty five, of range tec Township thirty-five of range eleven. Township thirty-five, of range twelve. Townships thirty-five, forty-seven, and forty-nint on the south shore of Lake Superior, at the moutJ of St. Louis river, of range thirteen. Townships thirty, thirty-five, and forty-seven, c range fourteen. Townships twenty-nine, thirty, and thirty-fire, o range fifteen. Townships twenty-nine, thirty, thirty-five, ani fbrty-one, of range sixteen. Township thirty-five, of range seventeen. Townships thirty-nine and forty, of range eighteen Townships thirty-seven, thirty-eight, thirty-nin" and forty, of range nineteen. At the land office at Msxasha, commencing oi Monday, the twenty-first day of August next, for th disposal of the public lands within the following named townships, vis: North of the bate line, and east of the fourthprincipa meridian. Townships thirty one ani thirty-two, of ran* seventeen. At the land office at Misxu.i Poiar, coBuacneinj on Monday, the twenty-first day of August next, fu: the disposal of the following islands, to wit: North of the bate line, ani east of the fourth principa meridian. Islands situated In sections twelve, thirteen, four teen, and twenty-two, of township nine, and sectioi thirty-six, in township ten, of r&Dgn six. Islands situated in sections six and seven, In town ship nine, and sections one, two, nine, and eleven in township ten, of range seven. Lands appropriated by law for the use of schools military, and other purposes, together with thoa "swamp and overflowed lands thereby made until for culti^tion," if any, granted to the State by th' act entitled "An act to enable the ftate of Arkausa and other States to reclaim the 'swamp lands* with to their limits," approved September 2Stb, I860, be exdudedfrom the tales. The offering of the above lands will be commence* on the days appointed, and will proceed in the orde; in which they are advertised, with all convenkn despatch, until the whole shall have beenofftret and the sales thus closed; but no sale shall be kep open longer than two weeks, and no private enm of any of the lands will be admitted until after th< expiration of the two weeks. Given under my hand, at the citv of Washington this eighteenth day of May, Anno Domini one thou sand eight hundred and fifty-four. I ? 4 PRANKLIN PJKIICK By the President: John Wilson, Commissioner of General Land Office NOTICB TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANT? Every person entitled to the right of preempt** to any ol the lands within the townships and wrru of townthips above enumerated, is required to lish the same to the satisfaction of the register and receiver of the proper land office, and make paymeni therefor as soon as practicable after teeing this notice and before the day appointed for the commencement of the publio sales of the lands embracing the tract claimed; otherwise such claim will be forfeited. JOHN WILSON, Commissioner cf General Land Office may 20?lawJSw fNo. 616.1 NOTICE extending the time of re servation of lands heretofore withdrawn from sale along the route of the proposed Rajlxoad from auxxvxpoRT, Loi'ismu, to Vicksbcbg, Mnmagpi Notice is hereby given that the reservation of the lands heretofore withdrawn from market and or dered to be withheld from Pale or entry (exoept for valid pre-emptions) until the 7th day of June, 1864 by notioe dated December 17,1883, and lying witt in fifteen miles on either side of the route of the pro posed railroad above mentioned, is extended to the term of six months from 7th instant. *v?i!en*?n?er y. the city of Washington, this tenth day of June, 1854. By order of the President: JOHN WILSON. Commissioner of General Land Office je 12?lawl3w AMEBIC AJF * FOETJGH A6B5CY ffS&H'WZSS Ecuador, for the United States, establish^? proseentton and recovery qf claims of AilSioS, Federal Governlnent^irSjI^Sirft^*" ?f the ^ mm reua rrespondents in the several States and Terri- j toriee of the Union, In Mexico, Central and South America, the chief cities of Europe, in Australia, In dia, and China, the undersigned is prepared to give bis prompt and fcithful attention to ail bustna (hat maybe confided to his agency. <ebl6?Wly AARON H. PALMJJL BOOS BUilittd-, - all Its varieties, neatly executed, on the not p?B?. THOMAS TBIPL1TT * 00, *V??TlT**t* south ride, fid | INFORMATION IQBTEAVMB8, FOR BALTIMORE. Tba Buomt 08CB0LA wiU gam* her regular trij* to Balti >AT MORNING, the 11th ' ~ * at 4 o'clock St. Mary's the u?l JyT-Sm* great ACCOMMODATION' otkm lutfiw Uk? Orang* ud A1 drift Bailrwd (ran WMhinfton At the urgent nUduttM ?f a BBDbtt cf pancM, 1 will, oa ni ?stor MONDAY, July t, atsrt so extra omnibus from Washington every morning at fcVk o'clock, calling at *11 the Hotels and at the tt*} denoes of persons who may I*** eeder the 17??. Tsav?ll?pe will thus avoid tba trouble and inconreaUoce of changing some three or four timMi ft uniform rate of ooi|ii* Pumm m oents; trunks 25 cents; no charge tor a ran* or I carpet bag. I Another coach will leave the depot oa the antral I of the early train, and arrive at Alexandria ahead ?1 *1^ HDOB HTBAM. WASHINGTON ?m?CH liMOAII. * ,f CHANGE or HOURS. , /an and after to daj, the Trains will tears BaltV d (J more for Washington dally, except Sundays, at 4V? and ? a m, art! 5 and R p m. ? On Sunday* at 4U a m, andipa. Will leave Washington for Baltimore at 6 and 8*^ a m, and I and 6 pm. On Sunday at 0 a m and 6 pm. FARE: Washington to WUnort- *.^1 to Do and roteTB-.MM..* 1 oo Do to Annapolis - 1 00 Do and pstum*.???????...S OS j. n. done, >-1 je 26? Master ofTransportatfcm. yaagrwfiTOM h ALEXANDRIA BOATS. ^ park pive CENTS?CAR AT LOW RATES. xS^SEers GEO. WASHINGTON and THOS. mi.i.YKR win, on and after this data, run at the shore ntM. JOB OORWS, SAMUEL GEDNET, may 80?d <*pta.?*_ NOTICE. wnmm PARI REDUCED TO FIVICENTS1 r as low as the lowest.?The aew and splendid steamer OIOROK r AG I, Captain Gay, bow running between Washington and AUiaadrta has reduocd the fare to FIVE CENTS. Thi> trtieling public will find good iwl ble aooommodations on this Boat. Refreshments at all times will be had, and at short notice, and the very best that can be tot 1b Um market*. jelO J AS. GUY, Captain. ?, r r r v n ir r ORANGE ft ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. The Cheapest, most Comfortable and Ex peditious Route to the White Sulphur Springs, Passing the Alum, Warm and Hot Springs* ARRANGEMENTS having been made with the owners of the new aad rplendld steamer GEORGE PAGE to run between Alexandria aad Washington, a distance of dx miles, in connection with the trains on this, and th* Washington Rail ro&Js, the following sohednle will take eflfcot on and roads, the following i after Thursday, June let, 1864: A Train from Alexandria to Gordenrrllle, and In termediate Station*, Trill leavt the Depot, oorner of Duke and Henry streets, at 7 o'clock a m-, on the arrival of the Boat fr:>m Waruington, giving ample time for Breakl&st on board, arriving at Gord?ne ville, at half-part 10 o'clock,?ctnneettng at that point with the Trains on th? Virginia Central Rcttd, to Rkh:^n?, Charlottesville, ar.d Btaunton. A Train frcn Gordonaville to Alexandria and in termediate Elation % will loavc Gcrdonsville at 11 o'clock, PB the arrivrj of the cart on the Virginia Central F*ilroed, trying af Alexandria at half-past 2 o'clock?time allcvinj time to eoBBect with t3 a train leav'cg Warblni^ton City for ths North, red for Dinner cn bc^rd the boat. A Trr?n from AW ?aridri? t > Wsrrentoi and inter days exoepted) et 3 o'cU in- ariifi**j at War lent i i exoerted) et a o'cu ra- aj ; st half-pif l o o'clock p. i. a Sunday vili lmvo fit 7 .Vclc**k i mediate Etatlone wili It*' j Alexandria oally, (Sun 'S at Wi On Sunday will U?vo fit 7 -Vcloek a. m. Train from FnwX 3 to Airxendria ead Inter mediate 6tatleD", will lerve Wairi-nton dally (Sun day excepted) at a qi'fcrtw Mforo 7 o'clock a. mn ar rlvinf at Alexandria av half-past 9 o'clock a. m. On Sunday will leave at quaii*r past 12 o'clock, P,E' THROUGH TICKET^ To 7? To Gordottsrllle...- - ? W To Cbulotttfvillio* 3 To 8taunton iaaaaa??tail????*?a?aaaaa*???????aaaaaaaaaa?aaa ^ ^ To *Lynchburg ? 71 To ehuray...m..m....... ....M 4 *6 To *New j^I^fcrlcct................................ ???????? ? 00 ?Passengers for Luray and New Market will take the train leaving Alexandria, at 7 o'clock a. m-? on Tuesdays, Thureiays, and Sat* with the stages at Culpeper, C. B ?Passengers for Lynchburg will taka th* train on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, connecting with the stages at Culpeper, C. D. ?Passengers for Lynchburg will taka th* train leaving Alexandria at 7 o'clock, a. nu on Mon days, Wednesdays, and Fridays, connecting with th? stages at Charlottesville. (t^-rassengers for the White Sulphur Springs will tale the train leaving Alexandria dally, con necting with the stages at Stannton. Freight Trains are running daily, (Sunday ?* eeptad.) Per oi Alexandria) Va., May 29. may ' order: W. B. BROCXJTT, FOB KQUHT VERNON. ON MONDAYS, WEDNES ?AYS, xOJD FRIDAYS.?Faro fo^th^Round Trip, ONE DOLLAR; from Ales dria, 76 cents. The steamer GEORGE WASHINGTON will leave Washington at 0 o'clock, and Alexandria at 9% OMches leave the Capitol for tha boat at 8}^; &n for the coach 10 oenta. Persons wishing the coach to call for them wiH leave their residences with George and Thomas Par kor A Oo. 4S" Refreshments to be bad on the boat. L:ay 10?tf JOB OORSON, Oaptain. HARPUft'S MAGAZ1XK for July, fcr aala at ElllLUNGTON'S Bookstora Godey's Ladj'e Book for July Knickerbouker Magazine, do Graham's Magazine, do Blackwood's Magazine, do Aubrey, a new book, by Mrs. Marsh Woman's Love, by Eagene bus Everything In the Book, Newspaper, and Sta^lott ery line for sale at EHILLIXGT01T8 Bookstore, Cor. Pa. av. and 4>$ st, Odoon Building. Jyl-tf I.TM"E! LIME!! LIMB!!! rK HAMBXJRGB L1MC KILNS being now la oemplete order, the proprietor wll be enabled to furnish his approved customers at all times du? Ing the season with lime of the bast quality lor plastering and ether purpose, tte lime manulto tured at these kilns Is warranted to be aqua, in (nudity to any other manufactured in the United States. The price will be, delivered at the kiln, Mo. in any other part of (he city $1. Cement and Calcined Plaster oan also be had at all times. A. W. DENHAM, ap 8?to For the proprietor. LYOB'S KATHA1RGN by the doaen, at $2 26, or by the bottle. Chinese floating Poap, for bathing. Perfumery, Comba. Brush*, bummer Ore vat*, Stocks, Linen Collars, U??vy, Gloves, and Mitts, Ac Straw Bonnets, cheap - Pllk and Crape do., at the usual low prioeti. WM. P. SBfcDL'S Fancy Goods and Millinery, 11th street Je 20?tf . CUMMING! CUMMING ? 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