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ANECDOTE OF REVOlsIITIOFIAR Y time*. Three Bnti?h lieutenants, in frolic and flee. Were rotmiitii t planter s l>roa?t acre* j Aad th*r fo^r^i th+boor$ who dirtn to be fr6?, And they laughed at the ?uiet old Quakers. My irandf%ther met them?? patriaroh, drest As simpl* ???n* old Roman? And they whispered in triu.npa, "Hirt u a fool for our jest. Let as puz? e this ignorant yeoman! ??O, Abraham !" "Isaac !" and "Jacob I" oried tliey, la Latia. aud French, and in German. ?-Wtienoe ootaeth my Lord? for hi* hair is all cray, And moist with the dews or .Mount Herinon." "From the hills of Judea." he answered in Orttk, "But surel) thy servant is Saul; My father is Kish. and he sent ra<t to seek For his asses; to ! hirt ars thsy ail 12V. Y. Post. Rcx*t*<? a wat with Amothhu Man's Wt?? A Mr. 44 T Brown and lady" recently left their homo in one of the Kentuckv counties bordering on tha Ohio river, on a visit to the lady's rela tives. in Frederick county, Md. They had, as a traveling companion, a Mr. "A. G. Brent,'1 from tha saint' neighborhood, a young unmarried man, who has lieen for the last Tear an Intimate of the family of 44 T Brown,*1 especially with Mrs. T. Brown, as will appear. In the course of their journey from Keutucky to thia oity. Mr. Brent mieceded in demonstrating and realizing the truth of the lines? 4- Tha firmest purpose of a woman's heart. To well-timed, aitful flattery inav yield " Ha estranged Mia. Brown's affections, and she ' inferred them from the devoted Brown to the nmooth-toiigued Breut. All hands being some what fatlgusd by the journey, they concluded to remain in this city Friday night, and resume their journey ou Satu'day morning. When Sat urday morning came. Mrs Brown and Mr. Brent, H was discovered, bad flown. The hotel was searched, the porters interrogated, and enough w?s ascertained to satisfy Mr. Brown that his faithless wife and false friend had taken the * back track'' on the earlytrain Weat. Mr. Brown took the matter like a philosopher. Instead of awearing vengeance, flourishing revolvers, and unpacking his bleeding heart with savage words, he simply observed: "She's gone; I'm much abused, and my relief Must be to loathe her." Mr. Brown continued his jonruey eastward on Saturday afternoon, over the Baltimore and Ohio i ail road.?VTh'tlmg Inttliifnccr. Thk Fortcxat* Bibd ?Prof Audubon pub lishes a statement that the bird which flew in Capt Johnson's fees, and made him alter his course so that he rescued so many of tha Central America's passengers, was the frigate pelican, or man-of-war bird?'ashy f sin aquilits. All Pb.stkbs ?It is a singular ft?ct, that not only the two United States Senators from Penn aylvania, and the Slate Supreme Court Jud^e, hut the present Speaker. Clerk and Assistant Clerk of the House, the Clerk of the Senate of Pennsylvania, and the Democratic candidate* for Governor and Caual Commissioner, are all praetieal printers. HZ/" A clergyman in Boston, who was noted *for his 44 Miss Nuncy" style of pronunciation, went to a shoemaker and engaged a pair of boots to be made A few days after he called and iu qutred if they were ready, and was answered in tne negative. 44 Will they b? ready bv next Cbewsday ?" asked the clergyman. 44 No," said the shoemaker, 44 but you shall have them by next Chatte.dav." JUT" A balloonist gives out that he has made the following discovery: 44I take a bar of brass which. wh?n wHghed en the earth's surface, actually weigh* fifteen pounds \\ hen I ascend to three miles up in the atmosphere and Wfi^h the brass l>a". it actually weighs by a spring balance only seven and a half pounds, and a^.tin live miles lip. positively oniy three pounds and a quarter. Whit is the cause of this f The want o.' atmospherical pressure on It and the sun's attraction." LT Some of the papers are lecturing women upon tho extravagance in dress, nnd advising them to retrench, esfwcially during the present financial crisis. Doubtless there are many cases of an unwarrantable extravagance In this* way; but do people ever consider that two or tii.ee glasses of brandy and half a dozen regalias in dulged in by a man, to say nothing of five and ten dollar dinners, amount to m?re in a year than would be required to dress a woman up to the full requirements of fashion ' CT" It has been supposed that the primitive racks could not he very much Improved for the purpose? of art, but patents have been granted for methods of baidenlug their surfaces by lmpreg nattng them with, in the first Instance, certain metallic salts, which by precipitation, are found to proAuce the required color. Thug by impreg nating the stones with salt* of lead or copper, and then exposing them to suljJnirat- d hydrogen gas oc a solution of sulphuaet of ammonium, the in ventor obtains dliferent shades of gray, black or brown, at pleasure. Co*VICTlT> AST) Sex T IXriD TO PitATH A7T*? Th \ *ars I Mi1 bison mitn r ?The rase of James Copeland, which has been pending for some ten years, was t?i?-d a f<-w dav* since at August'1, Miss, and resulted In his conviction of mi.d'r In the first degree. Copeland was charged with killing one James A Harvey, ar.d has been found guilty twice before by the juries of the country: yet. by reporting to ttie technicalities of the law, Le has been enaMed to gain trial after trial to the rresent time On the verdict being rendered the udge pron unccd ujmui him tlie sentence of death, ordewag him to be executed on Friday, the o0;h day of Oclober. ITT"Pepper is an almost universal condiment Black pepper irritates and inflames the ro.ttIt gs of the stouiach, red pepper does not. it excite*, but does not irritate, consequently it should l>e used .nstead of black pepper. It was known to the Romans, and has twen in use in the Fast In dies from time immemorial, as It corrects that fiatuience which attend* the large u*e of vege'a ble fv>d. Persons In health do not need any pep per on their food. But to those of weak and lan guid stomachs, it Is manifold more healthful to use cavenne pepp*r at meal* than any form of wine, brandy, or beer that can he named. because It stimulates without the reaction of sleepiness or debility ?Hall s Journal or H'dlth IxDtrtTKiAL FxittarTtox?A Stitch ix Timk A joung lady passenger in one of the Ml. Pleas ant cars a dav or two ago. came very near getting the hits of all the gentlemen, who noticed a sin gular and unexpected d splay of good sense and prudence on her part. Ou entering ttie car, her dress caught and was considerably torn, th?- rent presenting a very nn hand mine appearance in con trast with the exceeding neatness of her apparel. As soon as ?he was seated, she removed her kids, aud div ? rig into the recesses of a tiny pocket, brought out a and a hit of thread, alter uniting which with most dexterous manip ulation. she set to u-?>rk t?. repair damages, and *ry soon spread out the f<_?iu< of her robe as com plete and whole as if no accident hail ev?*r oc curred. The materials of industry were then re depos ed m their resting place, and the lady as sumed Ler kids and an attitude of repo?c, smlilnK triumphantly?Hostcn fenritr. AKRIVAUi AT THti HOTELS BROWNS HOTEL ?Sol Hiileu, jr. Md: S Tompkins and lady, La: S F Slurry, Md, II Me Craw. K>; II Sorlv. Aid; XV Hut. her. Pa: J W "Bonnel and lady, tow,. Mary Bonne]. do S ih>a nel, do, N A PendU'low. d >, Mr .wid .Mis l><>wie Aid, Ci W Rawlia^'s sim! Indies, do; C Cii*hinaii| do; G C Nesl. Va, P C Map.e ami hdy, do; Mi,* TimOerlake. do, ?i Brawner. Md; M li .s ^>.wnev ?io; D Cronan at.d lady, La; I, C Jon? s. do; J M Coiemau, K v B Tlnglav. Pa; S \V bavldaou, feun. H J McGonagie Ky; T Weddeli, Va- h Calloway and lady NV, / Jl Ceyges, Md; CG ltanigreen and family, Miss; J B M^Daniel, Va; A M Godfrey and lady Ala, S A M? Me< hin, do; .1" NJ' ^ 11 P'^NY, E PDii vaU, Md; L)r J C Hdl Va; John S Tucker. NV; Mrs D M Allen, A.a; Mi?s A Tutwiler, do; Miss J Tutwiler, do Mis? K H Graif. do; T \ Vates Va; J C Tarr. KT Itr B J Gardiner. Md; J as J J tAu.1!,1' Sanders. SC; G F Wliliams. do; T C M Aldersou. Va: C I. Fox. do; T Wa-d and lady M?., Ml*. M W Vaughn, do;^ James II Campbell aid lady Va; Mis, ||. wdo J S Black and lady. Pa; F S Morreti aud fiimlly Va Miss J N Simpson do; Thos Brlsc.^ Md f)r H H Stuart and family, Va; James MrVortlet do; WILLARD5' IIOTKI. ? R M Magrsw Md E M % ales. Pa; F. iu'ene I. i Ls, O'Brien' Kd'wd O'Brien; TP Green, Md; W |l Flemln" and ladjr, II Ludley. N V; C'oin'dr C Green I SV^ W H Moss. Kng, R Stuyvrsant. NV; Jtnlue uiu chrfit. NH; J B Kissam, N Y: Col Ms< f,r!an * t'; H K A Carglll, NVk, G P Thrus. L'SA; M M ? trong, Mr. Paxton, Pa: J Cushlng, jr., I> P fiii, tons. Md, Jos tihas?. Mass; W Duacan, Georgia; R C Walker, Pa; J Glynn, S Swartwout, ana F B Ellison. I'SN, Col B S Beall, W S Pease, U S A; F Bughee arid daughter, Ala KIRKWOOD HOI'SK.?A II Baker, Md. XT H ,*?* i.nd Va, W t; Bender. M m, R \\alsh, \ a; B Tlngley. Pa; C W Kitchen ?nd V*uV *?!*' I'Oallaiier, Va; S M Semrnes, Md; J Brisiljeriv. Va; G W Hudson. La; O Crawford, J Gahbraith. Pa- F Magaw and lady. Pa; A l/ S i- w Mcr'y iKN; F- Va; S Johnson, MOVh.dKMTS OF OCEAN STKAMBKB. the L xitio Statu. 5'<mm rj. 1.tart ftfi fe??s Arabia New Vork...Liverpool.Toct'u Argo New Vor?...|lren.ei4 Oct M City Wash ton. .New Vork...Liverpool...Oct 15 Fulton New Vork... Havre ...i[*Ort 17 *ew Vork. New Vork. ..Glasgow... *o, ? 17 Faoii Kcbopi. Atlantic Liverpool....New Vork..Septon Horusala Hamburg....New York..Oct 1 fienl Williams.Liverpool...Quebec Oct 9 Vand*ibllt Havre New Vork...Oct 3 Ed ;n burg Glasgow.... New Vork... Oct 3 North Star Sontham n. .New York...Oct 7 The California mall steamers leave New York 9M tte Hk and lotk of each IfinceHanoou*. B> THE TilK UNITED dentff-A'SW? '? *vlu'?" Buchahah, Presi A . A States of Ainerioa.do hereby do *t ?k? !! ,< fcnown that public sales will be held rVi.r underinentioned laud otifiees in the State of ^wiioinia, at the periods hereinafter designated, to At the land office at I.os A>?jiloh, commencing ' , *17"'tfte <*ajr of May next, for the dis posai of the public lands within the follow mx -named townships, viar South of ihe base lint and wtst of tht San Btr Harding mtridian. pectiom one to twelve, inclusive; the north half of section thirteen: the norlh half and the southwest quarterof section fourteen: sections fifteen to t weti ty-one. inclusive; the north half of section twent* two. the northwest quarter of seotion twentv three a eat ion twenty fare; the south half of section twen ty-six; the southeast quarter of section iwentv seven; sections twenty-nine to thimtwo.inclu s.ve:the south half of aection thirty-three- the northern quarter and the south half of sect,o^'thir ty-four; ami section thirty-fire, orletr^V. V/II: sections three to nine. melufee; the north half sn<i qiarT^aXh^^Vr l??: the s.mtheast quart* r*rid the northwest quarter of section eleven* IwelTe ^ion YJ#rt,U,d t"! "oUt,, half of "eof lori fmntMn? *n!<Vi n? ?'J? 'he east half of aeetiou 'xpi.Tyx.?. v,<?"? roWnihip tliric9oi rang* four. ?*???>?mc'usive: the north t^AoIr* '"i" lw*,nty-fiv'?: and seotions twenty-six oiii i? tw'?? ,of ,oy,^>f out; and seotions ofra?ic*'Sr? VeU' luc'u,u ?? ?f >*vst!i> I hree, Sections one, two. and three; the east half of sec tion lonr; the east halt and the southwest quarter of section nine; sections ten to fifteen, inclusive; the southeast quarter of section twenty; sections twen ty one to twenty eight, inclusive; the east half and the southwest quarter of section twenty-nine; the south hall of section thirty: section* thirty-one to thirty rour. inclusive; and the northwest quarter of section thirty-five, ot township one, ol" ranf# n'/, North of the base lint and trest of tht San Str nardino meridian. . ?n,on" ono to ?eventeen. inclusive; the north ?aTof Motion eighteen; the south half of section nineteen; sections twenty to twenty three, inclu sive; the northwest quarter of section twenty-four the northwest quarter of section twenty-six-sec tions twenty-scvku to thirty, inclusive; the east halt of section tlurtv-two; the north half of the northeast quarter ami the northwest quarter of sec tion tlmty three, ol township thru, toitnships | four, andhve; sections one to eight, luclusive; the nor'ft Iih:I ol section nine; sectioiu ton to thirteen, inclusive: the e?st hnll oi section fourteen; the west halt of section seventeen; sections eighteen and nineteen: .the we?t halfofsection 'went> ; the south east quarter of section twenty eue; and sections tw?n j two to thirty-five, uio.usive, of township Six, and tow>i * fi ip seven, of range four. Sections one to fifteen, inclusive: the east halfof section seventeen; the erst ha'l et section twenty; sect iocs twenty -one to t wen ty-seven, inclusive; the north hall of section twenty-eight; the northeast quarter ol section twenty-nine; the northeast quar ter of section thirty-four; and the northwest quar ter ol section thirty-live, of township three, and townships four,Jive, six, and .?er?n. of range Hie. Sections one and two; the north ht.lf of section I three; the north half ol section four: the nertheast uuarter of section five: tl.e west hail"?,f seotion six; the north hall, the southeast quarter. and the north half of the southwest quarier of seotion seven; the west ha. r..f the northwest quarter and the south haifolseotion ei(tht; the northeast quarter of sec tion eleven: section twelve; the s'.rthoast quarter and the e.-ist hall of the southeast quarier of seotion seventeen; the east half of tije northeast quarter aud the southeast quarter of section twenty; the west halfof the northwest quarter and the south west quarter of section twenty-ene: thesoutkwest quarter of section twentv-six; and the northeast quarter of section thirty-five. of township three and tmrnshtp* four and fire,of ran**, six. Sections oi.e to eighteen, inclusive; the north half ot section nineteen; sections tw-aity to twenty-five, inc.usive: the northeast quarter ol section twnty six; the northwest quarter of section twenty-seven and the northeast qmrter of section twenfy-eiglit' of township four m>\ tnwmh ip fire,of rangt vivs! Sections <>ne to s:x. inclusive:tho northwest quar ter ol section seven; the northeast quarterof section m n>*; t iia i,i >rt li nail of see ion ten; sections eleven twelve, and thirteen; the northeast quarter of sec tion fourteen-ard the northeast quarter of section twenty-t.iroof township four. And. township rii-e ot range eixht. y ' The northwest quarter of section three; sections four. fave. arid six: tne north half of section seven sections Might hnU nine; and the northeast quarter of section seventeen,of to,r,t<h ,pfuUr; tin4 townships | fire auu six, of rnugr nine. Sect lot is one and two: the northeast quarterof section ihre??;'he west hnlf of section eleven; the northeast quarter of section twelve; section four teen: and the southeast quarterof seotion fcfWn.of township four, sections one t* twenty -eignt, inolu sive: tlie northeast quarter of section twenty-nine: the northeast quarter of seotion thirtv-three; and s^cti..,,, thirty-four and thirty-five, ef township ?t *. and township sir, of range ten. Scctious one toeighteen, inclusive; the northwest quarter oTsection nineteen; the northeast quarter of section ' wonty-one: the northwest quarter of seo tion twenty two; and the nortlienst qum ter of seo tion tweiit> four, of township Ave; and township six* of rani* tit r*n. Sections one. two.and three; the northeast uunr ter of section ten; sections eleven,twelve, thirteen, ar.d lourteen; the soutneast quarter of section fif teen; the southwest quarter of scatisn eighteen; section nineteen: the southwest qnirtcr of seefi >n twenty; the east half nf senior, twenty tw" |he ,we"t^uar,er!,1' "ert",n twen'v-three:sectio..s twentr-seven to thirty thr.?o, inclusive; and tlie north halfof section thirty-lour, of rntr* <htn ? and tou-nshtps Jrraud s/t-/??,of range ttcelit ' Seotion one; the northeast quarterof seotion two; the southeast quarter of on t. it: tho south half of seotion eleven: section twelve; the east haifof fr??>2 1 ir^?"i"i: V"'1. quarter ol section fourteen; and tuei uortn halt of scction fiftoen.of township Jour; 1*:* soistiivest quartered section seven; Ihe south hail of Beot.ou eight; the southwest quarter of sec ion nine- the west hall of section fif ri'; T?.,r \ ? ?ocflun seventeen; section eighteen: the northeast quarter of section twenty- ' iwo; aud sectums twenty three, twenty -four twen ty-hre, twenty-si*, and thirty-f.re, of town"?* J\r*i kfJC,1,>"14 ",ie ****enteen, inclusive; the north Im.l ?>1 section etziiteen: the nortie-.tst quarter of ?- c. ion tw. T.ty; seotions twenty one to twenty.five inclusive; the northeast ouarter of section twenty SI*. offotenjAr^ <ix; and township seven, of range in9rit Section thirteen; the southeast quarter of section fourteen; the senUMMi*t quarter of section tw enty- ' 'w ?<; tnc < ast hail and ta?> southwest quarter of si o liou twenty threo; the iiorthweat quarter of section twenty-four; the north halfof section twenty-six" aiiii the east halfof section twenty-seven, of town ship Are; sectumsoue, two. and three; the noith east quarter and the n..ri liaif of the northwest quarter of section four; the northeast quarter of section e even: section t welve; and tne north hnlf of seetioi. thirteen, of towtuhip sir ? se,.fiend one to eighteen, inclusive; the north half of section nine teen; the ni?rth hitlf ol hp'i* ?;j twenti ? mtm ha'f"?? se r? !" txr*nty-e'<t,i' luclu-ive; the south ha I ol section twenty-nine; the southeast quarter u n?|Cr?I' thirty: Ifie iiorlh hall of the n??rth?vist q.iarte. 1.1 section thirty-one; th? northeast quarter and the north ha.f ol the northwest quarter ol seo L thirty two; and sections thirty three, tlnrty fouruen 1 y ? seven, of range At the iati'1 ollioe nl San I*h AM isriy.jviinmencfre on Mondav the third day of May next,I," the disposal ol the pul>.ie land* within the lollowirg uaineu townships, via : \orih nf tht base line a,id east of the Motint a- . . ViBllo WUrtJia*. r ractiona* towiiship thrtr% o] rungt one, North Of the base line and west of the Mount - I'lablo vie r id tan. Fractional townships Uur :.nd>r?, of range one. South of tfii bast line and tast of the Mount I'luilo mrriihitn. . ec'nns one to eigl.teeu, and twenty-two to *T*". *' ,oclu,lv"* ul tvwnshtr un, of range * Jw?TnVaP ,tn' ???'ions one to six, inclusive; eight t?? fifteen, mc.usivc, and twenty-two to twen ty ^ix, '.eclusive, of roirM hip tier, ?, of rang, t*n Trtwnsliips l-n ??.t ,lct.n; sections one to neiHsive: righi tof,ft.-e?, ,,..|usIVe: f*.pllt, fiT-' V fu ini.uaire; and tuirty /our and thirty five, id township tueU-g; sections..he. two throe ar.rl nine to hft.-e;:, incluxive; and tw-eutv twn to Tnt'eleV:?: '?*?*?> tV.^nXt. Knietu.ua! township ten ; |.,wn?l.ip, ,l,rtn 1 ,k". ?eetio|,soiiet?? five, innlnsu e; euht tu set en.ei ,i n Us.\i:. Iw> uty to tventv nine.inciusiye; ti.d tlMrt> th.ee, thirty four. a.Id hirry five. Of tn,r.,'hip fo^rf . a. sections one ! our, inclusive; leu to thirteen, inclusive; ardlvt u raaV"fi?i/le.Wa" J fifteen, of 1 Iti ?'???. toWnsh.ps tW*lre, ti.irtein, fottrt.. n, and to veil, ip fift.. n. t rrept twil'v^of LT'Jf ?!I"; h,uJ Mcn""" ?'"e. two, ?lul T 1 township Sixiten, of range t\irtee?. rownships tirci rs9 thirteen, fourtetn nij<l fif. orTi ?evenlcen, inclusive; twenty !i . inclusive; and tlmty four snd thirty five, of township sixteen, of range foVtu,* ?#7i'-Tht soul! /0U,rt??"d sir', f en, iiu south hair of section four, the south hnlf w ..M H V*- ^ ulue; the I n r, 7 section :ei ; si?l s.-ctions thirteen i,, [ i/?es?. lnc,Ufc,ve' ol township twenty, of range Kraetional township sir.een. mmi townships sev sVr,?,:, " ' Di"ct,'e,,? a,'<1 twenty, .Groans LriUi""nsl lt,*'tt)li9?*'renuen nnd eighteen and townships nineteen ?,n<J twnty, ?,rr<ta?? eighteen ??rae.inna1 townships eighteen, nineteen twenty.of range nineteen. iSnowaiifptvii!. W,U,,n th* lowing Aorth of tht base l,ne and east of tht Mount P,.-*. , , tfiaoto meridian. ani Wiwoatupa seventeen ?ud eighteen, ot rangt teen, of rangt two. "ltniteH> "<*'?"?. and uine Nortk of tht and tr,,t ^ thf Townehips tltven snd twe'lVe' ard fr?L.n i township thirteen, of range ont ' fr&etional Townships twelve, tun.en,'fourteen snd fif teen, ?,f range two. ' na Towuehfourteen, fifteen, and sixteen- frae tional townships seventeen, eighteen, and nia#. teen; nr.d townships twenty and tweity one ?,l rant? three. ' ' 1 Sections one. two, three, and ton to fourteen in olusive; the east half of section fifteen; tt? east half of section twenty-two; seotions twenty-three to twenth-six, inclusive; and seotion thirly-hve of township fourteen; see'ions one, two, and three ttie east helfof section four; the east halfof section nine: seotions ten to fifteen,inelusire; the east liaif or seotion twenty-one; sections twenty-two to twenty-eoven, inclusive; the northeast quarter of Motion twenty-eight; and eeclione thirty-four ami ? t"Wnshiv fifteen; sectiens oue to lour, inclusive; nine to fifteeu, inclusive; twenty-one to f,!ir .J',n inelusiv-e; and thirty-three, tlnrly onstrTsnV*1T-8ve.of township Sixteen; sections t?Sn 'uoju'si've' th0'1'""" ?11G' '^.one'liine U.UffI mnim ter of aeotion twenty; sections twenty one to twenty-eigkt, inclusive; the W|it h&if of aeotion thirty; and sections thirty three, thirty-four, and thirty-five, or township seventeen; sections one to tuneteen.inolusive; the weK half of aeotion twenty the eaat half of aeotion twenty-one; seotions tweu ty-twoto twenty-sevrm, inclusive: the east half of seo.ion twenty-eight; toe west half of aeotion twen iyi?lDr; tect,on? thirty and thirty-one: the weat I.C .?eCt,on t^lliTJWO; th? ??i hal/of aeetion thirty-three; and aeotiona thirty-four and thirty five, of towaahip tigAt???; and townships nineteen, twentr, runt twenty-one. of range four. Scot ioub one, two, three, and ten to fifteen, inclu sive; the northeaat quarter of aeetion twenty two; aeotiona twenty three to twenty-aix, lnolusite; Die aoutheaat quarter of aeotion thirty-lour; aad aeo tion thirty-five, of townahip seventeen; aectioaa one, two. and thTee; the aoutheast quarter of sec tion nine; aeotiona ten to fifteen, incluaive; the uorthoaat quarter of aeotion twenty-oue; aeotiona twenty-two to twenty-seven, ino uaive; and srotiona thirty-lour and thirty-five, of township eighteen; sections one, two, and three; the northeast quarter ol section four; sootioos tea to fifteen, inclusive; seotions twenty-two to twenty-seven, inclusive; and sections thirty-lour and thirty -five, of towusfiip nineteen; and townshipa twenty and tioonty-one.of rasfiM'i. l,anua appropriated by law for the use of achoola, military, and other purpoeea. toj;other witli thoee "swamp and overflowed lands, made thereby unfit for cultivation," if any. xranted to the State hy the aot entitled "An act to enable the State of Arkansas and other states to reelaun the awainp landa within their limita," approved September 88, 1850, will be exoluded from the na.HM. No "mineral lands" or traots containing mineral deposits are t? be ottered at the public sales, such ruin*rat land* being expressly ertepted and ex eluded from sale or other disposal hy the require ments of rhe act of Congress approved 3d Aiargh, 11163, entitled "An aet to provide for the survey of the public lands in California, the granting ol pre emption rights therein, and for other purposes. The ottering of the above lands will do oommenoed on tho days appointed, aad will proceed in the order in which they are advertised, until the whole shall have been ottered, and the sales thus closed: but no sale shall be kept opea longer than two weelcs, and no private entry of any of the landa will be admitted until after the expiration ef the two weeks. Given under my hand, at the oity of Washington, this sixteenth day of September, anno JUomiiu one thousaud eight hundred and fiftv-aeven. JAMES BUCHANAN. By tho President: Tuos.A. Hkxdricis, Commissioner of the General Land Office. NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. Every peraou eutitlrd to the right of pro-emption to any of the lands withiu the townships and parts of townships above enumerated is required toestab lish the aaine totlie aatislaotien of the Register and Receiver of the proper laud office, and make ray menl therefor as *e.>?? as practtrahle of.er seeing this notice, and before the day appointed for the oominenoement of the putilio sale of the lands ein srrtoinz the tract claimed: otherwise snob claim will be forfaited. TUOS.A. H EN DHICKS. so 18 Commissioner of the tieueral l.and Office. PROPOSALS FOR FI RNISIIINO THE PA PER FOR THE PI DLIC PRINTING. Office SiT*RiNTH\nE> r or Pcbmc Printing,/ Washington. Ootot>er 1st, \VT7. \ In pursuance of the provisions of the "Aot to pro vide for exocuting the publio printing,"&o., ap proved August 2u. 1852, sealed proposala will i>e reeeived at tins office, in the Capitol, until tho first .Monday (7tn day ) or December next, at I? o'clock tu., for furnishing tho paper that may be required for the publio printing for the year ending on the 1st day of December, lasu. The subjoined list specifies.as nearly as enn be ae certained, the quantity, quality. and description of caoli kind ol paper thut will be required. Cla*u I. 10,0(0 reams fine printing pnper, uncalondered. to measure 24 by inches, and to weigh forty-five pounds to the ream of 48" sheeta. Class II. 4.000 reams fine printing paper, ca'endored, to measure 24 by 3fl inches, and to weigh fifty-six pounds to the ream of 480 sheets. Class III. 5,?o<> r?ams superfine sized and calendered printing paper, to measure 2t hy 38 inches, r.nd to weigh fiftj tw o pounds to the ream of 480 sheets. Class IV. reams superfine hard t>ixed and calendered printing paper, to measure 24 by 32 inches, and to weigh forty eight pounds to the ream of 430sheets. Class V. 1.000 renins superfine sized and calendered map pa per, of such sizes an may be required, oorrer ponding in weight with paper measuring 19 by <:4 inches, and weighing tweuty pounds per ream of t:;o lUeets. Class VI. St*' reams superfine plite paper, (cn'endcred or un calendered. as may be required. > 19 by *4 inches, and of auvli weight per ream as may l.o required. The fibre of the pnper of each of the above clas ses to t.e of linen an-1 cotton, free from ail adultera tion with mineral or other sti!x>tances,of'a fair white ness, and put up in quires of twcr.ty-four sheets each, and in bundiesol two reams eaoii, each ream to contain 4WI perfect sheets. Uniformity in c<*lor, thickness and weight will be requited ; and uo bun dle (exclusive of wrappers) vaiying over or ut.der five per cent, from the standard weight will be re ceived, and tlie gross weight will, in all cases, be re quired. Mixing of various thicknesses iu the same bundle to make up the weight will be oonsidercd a violation of the contract. Class VII. No 1?''.59* reams quarto post writing paper; No.5?5,r*v? reams flit cap writing pa^er; No. 3? 500 reams demi writing paper; Ns. 4-2.1M reams folio post writing paper; No.5? 500 resins medium writing paper; No. 6? reams royal writing paper ; N?.7? fio reams super-royal writing paper; No. 8? 50 reams imperial writing paper ; No. 9? lop reams colored medium (assorted.) Class VIII. No. 1?5,000 reams writing paper, 19by 28 inches, to weigh twenty-eight pound*per ream. N?>. 2? 1,500 reams writing paper, 19 by 2G inches, to wcuh twenty -tree pounds per ie,m. No. 3.?3,k?i reams writing p;tper. 18 by 25 inchea, to weigii twenty-six pounds per roam. No. 4.?Iu) reams writing paper, lit by 22 inobes, to weigh twenty-four pounds per ream. No. 5.?3?> reams writing paper, 10 by 18 inehea. to weigh twenty-two pounds per ream. .No. 6?reams writing paper, 12 by 13 niches, to weigh twelve pound* per ream. AH the paper dt-aicnaifd inclaases7and 8areto be of the be?t materials, free from adulteration, and fcmsiied in the best manner. The papora iu uiass 7 are to 1k? white or blue, ol the regular standard sizea of the respective kiodc. and of such weights as inay be required by this office; those in class 8 ar? to l>e wnite, and ol the sizes and weight specified in the sohedule. The right is reserved of ordering a greater or less quantity of e.irli and every kina contracted fer at such tunes and in saoh quantities as the public ser vice may require. kaeh class will be considered separately, and lie suliject to a separate oontract: bui bidders may offer for one or more ol the Ciassea in the same propoKttl; and the privilege is reserved of requiring a ridder whomny have more than one class assigned him to take ail such classes, or forfeit his rinht to any ciasi t*airiDles (not less than one quire) of each' kind of paper bid for. and but one sample in each kind, must accompany each bid ; and, in classes 7 arid 8, be numbered to oorrespond with the numltoroflhe pa per proposed Tor iu that schedule ; and, in the hrst aix e!asses, to be properly designated on the sample, or it wi 1 not be o<> nsidered. All proposala and sam ples must t>? trausimtteW to tma bthee free of post age or other expense. Euan proposal must be aigned by tha individual or firm making it, and must apeoify the pn? j per pound taud but one priae for each) of every kind of pa per oontained iu the c.ass proposed lor. All tha paper in the several classes rnuat be deliv ered at aucti place or places aa mav be designated in \\ asbiiiKiaii City, m good order, iree of aliand eve ry extra charge or expense, and subject to the lu apeeticn, count, weight and measurementol ttie Su perintendent, and be in in all respects satisfac tory. iflank forms for proposals will be furnished at tins ofliei to persons Applying for them; aad none will be taken into eon*ideration unless substantially agree ing therewith. Bonds, with approved securities, will be required; and the supplviuc of *n inferior article in any o|' the classes, or a faiuire to supply the quantity required at any time will be e"n*in*rcd a violation efthecoa traot. I- auli bi<4der is required to furnish with Ins proposals "atmfactory evidi-nee of hi* ability to execute them: and proposals unauoompanicd by such evidence Will be rejected. The proposals wi'l be opened in tii? manner re <iuir?*<l by law "on the first Tuesday aHer the first .Monday iu neceuit.er" next, 8th.i at In o'clock a. m. at i he I'llitre of the Superintendent. I'r.'possls mill be addressed tc tho "SiiperintciiJ ent of t'ia Public Printing, Capitol of the I mted states. Wi.alnugton," aud endorsed " Proposals for Supplying Paper." A. G. SEAMAN. Superintendent of Pnblio fruiting, oc l-2ewt|). ol rH0P"?Al.S'FOR ERECTING MARINE BARRACKS AT PEN?AC?LA,FLOftl DA. N i?t DEPAKiMtJtT. Washington,Sopt. 21,1857. Pr< p<>kAib, #ndor?iHd 4 rropotiiiB for build ing .Marine Barracks at Fenaacola. Florida." will be received at tnis department until the 6th day of .Novtruber, I4i7, at 3 o p. in., fur tbe ooustmc , Hon ct the Marine Hnrraoks authorized to be erected at rensacola, Florida, according to the plans and specifications prepared by the direction of the Navy liepartineut, copies of which may t>e seen at this offices of the ct.mmaa.laj.ls of the Navy S ards at J'ort sinonth. New Hampshire. Hoslon. New York, 'Inialelphia, Norfolk, aad Peusaoola, and at tha Navy Department. The proposala muat be for furnishing all the mate rials and completing the work in a manner satisfao tory to the person who may be appointed by the Navy Depai tment to superintend the name ; and the De partment reserves the right to reject or aoocpt any of the proposala herein invited, wlion it deema tha in terest of tha I'mted States requirea it. Ninety per cent, of the amount of work done and the materials delivered will be paid for from time to time, aa the work progreases, upon estunatca made and certified to by the euperintendent on the part of the I'mted States, and ten por cent, retained until the oompletion of the oontraot and aooeptanoo of the work bv tne said superintendent and department, and lx* forfeited iu the event o| non fulfilment of the contract; provided thituohill shall bo made for an amount lei* than five thousand dollars. Each proaosal must be accompanied bv a written guarantee, signed by two responsiblo persons, (cer tified to be so by a navv ngenf, postmaster, district judge, or some other officer of the United Slates.) in tne sum of five thousand dollars, that the bufder will, when required, if his proposal be accepted, enter in to a oontraot and tw>na with proper and auftioient se curity fur its faithful performance. BidJers are invited to examine the plana and apeeifications nt the offices herein-before mentioned. The proposals must l?e sealed and addressed to this department, and plainly endorsed " Proposals for buildiug Marine Barracks at l'eusacoia, Flori ?V The bidder only whose offer may be accepted will l?e notiliml, and the oontract wiil be forwarded as soon thereafter as practice hie, whioh he will be re quired to execute within ten day a after ita receipt at the post office named hy him. All the almve work ia to be completed mail re Ifwho ?otY,rd,n* ?>>? JlAna and apecifioation* within twelve months from and after the date of the Kiie?llAii?oai. Bv the rRSBiAS* t"*Af THE UMTHD . STATES: In pursuanoe of Itw, 1. JaMLS BUCHANAN. President of the United Statee of Amen?, do hereby declare and make known that public sales will be held at the undermentioned land offices in toe State of Missouri, at the periods hereinafter desig aated, to wit : At the land offioe at Platsscss, eotnmeaoing on Monday, the tat day of Maroh next, for the disposal of the publie laadi within the followmg-named townships, vis: North of the base line and irttt of the tk? fiftk principal meridian. Fraotional townships sixty-aeven, of raiigsa twenty-lourto forty-three, inclusive. At the land office at Mailt, oommencinr on Mon day, the nth day of Maroh next, for the disposal ol the publie lands within the following-named town ships, viz: North of tho bast line and ie*it of the fifth principal meridian. Fractional townships sixty-aaven, of raagea eighteen to twenty-three, inolusive. At the land office at Palmyra, commencing on Moudav, the first 'Jay of March next, for the dispo sal of the publio lauds within the lollowiag-nanied townships, vix: North of the bate line and west of the fifth prin cipal meridian. Fractional township siity-seven, of rang* tea. The islands in the Mississippi river, numbered one, two. and three, in frnotioual townaip sixty four, of lange five. _ The island in ths Dee Moines river, in sections four and uine, of fractional township sixty-four, of ranee five. The island in the Des Moines river, iu sections nine, ten, eleven, and fifteen, of fraotional townshipsixty hve, of range six. At the land office at St. I.one, oommeneing on Monday, the first day of Maroh next, for thedisposa of the public lands within ths following-named towuahipa, vix: North of the base line and east sf tki fifth prin cipal meridian. Fractional township thirty-sight, of rungs nins, sxoept the portion* covered by private claims. At the land office at Jacksox. commencing on Monday, the 8th day of Maroh next, for the disposal of the publio lands within the following-named townships, vis: North of the basi line and east of the fifth prin cipal meridian. 1-motional township twenty-one, and township twenty-lwo. of ranee one. Fractional township twonty-one, of range two. fownslrp twenty -seven, of range seven. ractional towvship sixteen, and township twen ty eight,of raure nine. Township twenty-nine, of range ten. Fractional township six teeu, of ra:ge thirteon. Township twenty four, of range sixteen. North of the base line and west of the fifth prin cipal meridian. Fractional township twenty-one, of ranges one to sight, inolusive. Fractional township twenty-one. and townships twenty-five and twenty-six, ?f range nine. At ths land office at SPKtxsFisn, commencing Monday, the fifteenth day of March next, for the disposal of the publie lauds within the following - named townships, viz: North V the base line and west of the fifth prin cipal meridian. Township thirty,ol range twenty-nine. Townships thirty, thirty-one, thirty-two, thirty three. and thirty-four, ? f range thuty. 1 .anda appropriated by law for the use of schools, military, and other purposes, together with these " swamp and overflowed lands, made thereby unfit for cultivation." if any, granted to the State by the aot entitled " An act to enable the State of Arkansas and other States to reclaim the'swamp lands' within their limits." approved September w, 1W, will be excluded from the sales. Tne offering of the above lands will be commenced on the da? i appointed, and will prooeed in the order in which the* are advertised, until the whole shall have been offered, and the aales tbas elosed; bat no aala shall be kept open longer than two weeks, and no private entry of any of the lands will he admitted un'il alter the expiration of the two weeks. (riven under my hand, fit the eitj of \\ Mninetnn, this sixteenth d-iv of Sopt^mber. anno Domini one ,i,o??nd .uh. Yam^'buchanan. Bv the President: Thomas A. IlKSOHtrKS, Commissioner of the General I .and OiTiee. NOTICE TO PRE-EMI'TI ON CLAIMANTS. f'vorv person entitled to ths right of pre-emption to any ?"T the lands within the townships and parts of to? u?lnpM al?ove enumerated la required tr. es tablish the aaine to the satisfaction ot the register and receiver of the proper land offioe, and male rnymfnt therefor suon ai praetirable oj'" seeing this n ft tire, and before the da* appointed for the sommencement of the public salo of tne lands embracing the tract oianned; otherwise such claim .,iib.fo,r?,t?i. THog A HEN0BICKSi Comnusstener sf the General Land Office, ac 19 lawim 15V TUB ruK&IiVkNtV)!' THK UNITKD STATKS: , I a purnimooe of the provisions af the 3*1 sectioa ol the sat entitled "An act te authorize the President of the I'nited States to cause t? be surveyed the traot ofisnd la the Terntsry of Minnesota belonging to the rail-breeds or mixed-bloods of the Daeotsti or Sianx nation of Indiana, and for other purposes approved July 17. M-V4, I. JaMCI 1>1 CHAN Alt, President of the United States sf America, do hese hy declare and make known that publio sales W|ll be held st the undermentioned land offices is the f er r:tory of M mncsota, at the perisda hereinafter de signated, to wit: At the land sfficeat Hbmdsssow. esmmeaeing oa the eighth day of Marsh next, for the dispossl of the vacant public lands situated within the following named townnhip* &tul fmtliontl lownwhipe m the I At# reserve for the )ialf-bre?<U or ol Hie Laootah or Sioux nation of Indians, viz: North of the base line and west of the fifth prin eipal meridian. The unlocnted tracts m fractional tosrnship one hundred and eleven, ol ra nge ten. I he unlocated tracts in fractional township sue hundred and eleven, of range eleven. 'I he miloeated tracts in fractional townships one hundred and eleven and 0110 hundred and twelve, ol ian*o twelve. , 'Hie tinlooatod tracts in township one hundred ard eleven, and fractional townships one hundred and twelve and one hundred and thirteen, of range ttur *Vhe unlooated tracts in township one hundredI and eleven, and in that part of township one hundred and twelve, and fractional township ono hundred and thirteen, within the aU.ve mentioned reserve, sf range fourteen. The uiilooatcd traots in that part of townships one hundred and eleven and one hundred and twelve, within the above-mentioned reserve, of range fif teen. At the land offioe at FAFTturr.T, commencing on the first day of March next, for the dispossil of the public lands situated within the fol|owmg-named township* and fractional townships ai the late re serve for the half-breeds or mixed bloods of the Da sotah or Sioux nation of Indians, viz : North of the base line and west of the fifth prin cipal meridian. The unlocated tracts in that part of fractional township one hundred and ten. within the above mentioned reserve, of range nine. The UHlooated tracts in that part of townships one hundred and eight, oue hundred and nine, and frac tional township one hundred and ten, within the above-mentioned reserve, of range ten; The unlocated tracts nit hat part of township one hundred and eight, within the abovs-mentioned re serve. and in townships one hundred and mue and one hundred and ten, of range eleven. The unlooated tracts in thst part sf townships ore hundred aud eight and sne hundred and nine, within the uhove-iiientioiied reserve, aud ui township one hundred and ten, of range twelve. The unio^tled tracts in that part of townships sne hundred and nine and one hundred and ten. within the abwvs-menHonsd rcservp, sf ran^e thirteen. I he unlocnted tracts in that part of township one hundred and ten, within the above msutioued re serve, ef range fourteen. The iiniooaied tracts in that part of township ens hundred and ten, within the altovc-mentioued re serve, or range fiftoea. n accordance wit h the provisions ef the act of J uly 17, It&t.heiem before re(ere<l to, pre-Hiiiptiok claims will not W? allowed te anv ef :he altove-iiieiitioixl I ill;.I ^ unlit after they have be?n ollered at public sale and Income subject to private entry . The offering of the alxive lairds will lie commenoed oil the day s appointed, and will prooeed in the oidcr in which tiisv are advertised until the whole shall have been offered, and the sales thus elosed; but no sale shall be kept open longer than two weeks, and no private entry of any of the lands will be ad mitted uutili alter the expiration of the two weeks. Given under my hand, at the city of Washington, thit sixteenth day of September, anno lJonuui ovc tluiuauul .?h< lmml,.d ^"STChANAN. By the President Thos. A. HKN1>S1?K8. I'oinmissioner of the General I.and Offioe. se 19-lawSin OH PIIAN'S COURT,9spteml?sr 15,1?57. Distkh t ov Colombia, W'njAiaglo* County, to trii.-In the case of J AMES PHlLLl P?*, administrator of WILLIAM PI! I LI.I PS.decoascd, the adininistratoraforesHid,has,with thsapprol>ali< n oflhe Orphan's t.'ourt of \\ ashingtouCounty,afore said. appointed Saturday, the 7th day sf Nov. next, for tlie final settlement and distribution sf the perso rial eatateof said deccased.ofthe assets is hand so far as the same have been collected and turned into money,when and where all the oreditors and heirs of said deocased, are notified tosttendjat the Orphan's Court of Washingtoa Csunty,) with their etaims properly vouched, or they may otherwise by law be exolnded froiaail beueht of said deceased's estate: provided a sopy of this order be published once a week for thras weeks in the "Kveniug Star," pre vious to ths said 7th day of November next. Toat: KD. N. ROACH, R*(. Will*. Trus sopy.?Tsst: oo? faw?w* KD. N. ROACH. Reg. W Ula. NEW GROCERY, WINE. AND LIQUOR STORE. The auhsoriberbsffs to inform his friends and the public, that he has opened a NEW STORE, oorner of 12th street aud Louisiana avenue, where he in tends to keep constantly on hand a large and varied assortment of Foreign and Domestic WINKS. LI QUORS, CIGARS, and FINK GROCERIES, oonsistinr of Fine Teas, Sugar,Coffee, Flour.Soap, Olives, Raisina, Figa. Sardines, Anchovies, Otard, Marrett A Co,, Pinet A Co., and Col. Cnsbard's Bnuidiesin onses, demijohns, and casks. Old Ja maica Itum, Sherries, Madeira, Port of various de scriptions, St. J ulien Ciaret, Chateaux Mnrgaux in oases, ChamDHgue Cider, Brandy Fruita, Reynold's Edinburgh Ale, Auniaette, Maraschino, Curaooa. Absynthe, Champagne, and a large and varisd de scription of Havana Cigars. Alao, Stoughton Bitters, and Fsvsr sod Ague Bitters. Porter, Ale,and Cider. Families are particularly invitsd to oall and exam ine the stock before purchasing elsewhere. Mem bers of Congress are also informed that their ordera will he promptly attended to, and delivered at their rsaidenoss at the shortest notice. A general assortment of fine Havana Cigars, im ported dirsot by ths aubaoribsr.it wholssals ana rs Hi. t'anal lloats supplied on reasonable tsrras, and produce taken in exchange. Levy s Old Whiskey, oonatantly on hand,of 1M0. Country ordera punctually attended to, and ooun Traveler*' Directory. Q RANGE AND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD GREAT SO UTHE R N MAIL LINE ALEXANDRIA. GORDONSV1LLE ahd k(cH Lmtn Washington at 6 o'olock a.1 M Washing to u at 7 o'clock p: . m. ?m. and theSOUTHWEST. 6 o'clock a. Pta., arrive it, for LYNCHBURG at I V-Tr!Ti)\^hl,,*ton %t ? V?1j\V*'?VRG next morning at 4a. m.,oonneet inc d!2U # Virginia and Tenn?*s??<a Rati f?r Mail biagea from Char ottesville to Lynch bur* a distance of0n Fare fro? >\ ashington to Lynchburg. i miles. 97-75. Tbe steamer GEORGE PAGE, foot of Seventh street, being owned by the Railroad Company, rue* in oonoeotmu with the trains. Tickets for Lyrohtrtirg procure! on tbe Boat. H Omni tus?s mid B&ggnge Wuuds will t>e it the Depot of the Washington Railroad, to convey pa* sengers and lunue to the Steam!**!, for Alexan dria, a distauoe or slx miles, allowing ample time for meals. JAMES A. EVANS. Agent. Alexandria, July.l?57. if i-tf ^A*HlN6TON BRANCH RAILROAD. TRAINS RUN AS tOLLOWS: From WASHINGTON at C a. m.,conneatieg at Relay with trains for the West, and at Baitni<ore with those for Philadelphia and N<w York; at x.*< a. in., for Arinapolis, Baltimore. Philadelphia, ar.<2 New York ; at s p. m. for Baltimore and Norfolk and at Belay with Frederick traiu. EXPRESS at 4.? p. in. at Relay for the West, and for Annapolis, Baltimore, Philadelphia. a*c New York. On Sunday at 7 a. m., and 4.20 p. m. From BALTIMORE for WASHINGTON at 4.15 and 9.15 a. m.. 4 and 5.15 p. m. On Sunday at 4.15 a. m. ana 5.15 p. m. je 12-if T. H. PARS4LNS. Agent. STEAMER GEORGE PAGE. W HOURS OF DEPARTURE. Leave Alexandria at 4H. 7\?,??, li*.* 1SS.3. ?K,b*. Leave W ashington au?. 3, <??, US. I*. 4. ?X, 7. ap Ai-d ELLIS L. PK ICE. Capyun. j^EW AND IMPORTANT SCHEDULE. FOR ALL PARTS'OF THE WEST. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. The reoent extension and improvement of its lead ing oonnecli.-ig lines at the Wost tuts required an en tire revision of llje running arrangement* ofthis road by which highly important advantage* to the trav eler are secured. On and alter MONDAY. June 15. 1857. THKEE DAILY TRAINS will be rue in both direotiosis lor tnrougii ds?<t?ngers. First?The ACCOM MOD ATI ONTKAIN s t arts from Camden Station, Baltimore,at 7 A.M.,(except Sunday,) stops at way stations and arrives at Cum ber iind at 4 P. M. Second?The MAIL TRAIN starts (Sunday ex cepted) at 8 30 A. M.. and arrives at Wheeling at 4 2b A. M., connecting at Benwood with Central Ohio trains for Coiumbus. Cincinnati. Indiar.&polis, Lou isville, Chicago, St. Louis, A e., am) at kanie place with trains for Cleveland, Toledo. Detroit, Ac./by Cleveland Road, and also at l'arkersborg with Ma rietta Road. Third?The ST. LOUIS and CINCINNATI EXpRESSTRAIN leaves daily at &J0S P. M? con nectingat Benwood at9 A. M.with express trains Trom Bellaire to Cincinnati, (irithovt rkange af Cars at Columbus,) and reaching there in hut 2ft hours from Baltimore and 26 hours from Washing ton. It aUo conaects directly, in both directions, af Grafton with cars br Parkers! urg and Marietta roads for Chillicothe. Cincinnati, etc. These trams onnnect at Xenia for Indianapolis, Chicaro and St. Louis, and at Cincinnati with the Great Ohio and M'.ssiKsippi Express for Louisville. Cairo and St. Louis through to St. Louis in less than 42hours from Baltimore. Br this train the time to all the cn.tra! and southern place* in the West is much Ig?s. while the diManr* is from 4" to inn rules shorter than l?y the shortext of other routes. From the West these connections are equaily close and satisfactory, ar riving at Baltimore at A. M. ID* Baggage checked through to all points. THROUGH TICKETS anM at lowest rates at Camden Station and at Washington. I). C. 1'ai.KeiigerN from Baltimore or Washington may rirte tkt enftre rotd by daylitht, by taking irvwn mg trains, and lying over at Cumberland or Oak land, and resuming next tnortnnz by Wheeling Ac commodation traiu, leaving Cumberland at 8 and Oakland at 10-5". FOR WAY PASSENGERS. TheCuml-eriand Accommodation Train at7 A.M.. will stop at all Stations ea*t of Cumberland, and the Wheeling Accommodation at all Stations berond Cumt?ertnnd going West. KastwaMiy, the "Mail Train leaves Wheeling at 8.3n A. M.,and Aeooanmo da' ion leaves Cumberland at 9, reaching Baltimore at 6 Sn P. M. ON THE NORTHWESTERN VIRGINIA BRA NCH, lietweeu GrafL>n ai.d I'arkersbure, way passengers will take tl.e Express westwardly and the Mail ait>tward!v. The FB I.DLKH'K TR AIN starts at 4 P. II.. stopping at way stations. Leaves Frederick at 9.15 A. M.. arn\ ing at Baltimore IS noon. The EI.LIC?)TT'S MILL TRAIN leaves at 5.45 A. M., and 5.15 P. M. Leaves Ellioott's Mills at 7 A. M. and 7 P. M., exoepi Sunday. FOR WASHINGTON AND THE SOUTH. Leave Baltimore for Washington at 4.15aud9.15 A. M..Sand5.15 P.M. Ou Sundays at 4.15 A. M? and 5.15 P. M. only. Leave Washington for Ba tniioie at 6 and a.30 A. M.and 3and 4.2U P. M. Ou Sundays at 7 A. M., and 42" P. M. only, Thefimt ami fourth trains from Ba:timore,and the ?eeond and fourth trains from W'ashnnjton. will be express mail trains, stoop.ng only at \Vaahiugfoij Junction and Annapolis Junction. The 9.15 and 5.15 trains from Baltimore and the K.3C and 4 ?i traim. f.-om W ushiugtou jonnect with the trains from Annapolis. For tickets, information, fare. An., apply to J. T. ENGLAND. Ageut,at the Ticket office, Can.det Station. WM. S. WOODSIDE, jr IS-tf Master of Transportation. BHlfimore. T'HE PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COM 1 PANY. One of the Steamships of this Company, carry ir-g the Lmted Slntes Mails for ACAPl'LO. CA LI F< )B N IA, and OR It; ON. 1. m *rtL Parmniatwi^o each month, od the arri val ol the I'nited States Mai! S. S.Compaqj'Bsteam ers, which leave New Orleans and Ncvr ork regu larly ou .sth and 3(>th of each month with the m?<i!fl. and pacsengera conneoimg via PANAMA KAIL ROADS. These steamships have been inspected and ap proved by the Navy Department,anuguaranty spttd and safety. The I'a.-iama Railroad (47 mi!es long ) is now com fileted froin ocean to ooean, and is crossed in 3 or 4 lours. Theliaggaeeof paRsei!^t*rs is ctiecked in N?w ^ ork througu to San Fraucisoo, and pctsaengers are einli&rked at Punauia by steamer at rt?e company'a expense. The money paid in New ^ ork ouvers all exbensesof the trip. Reserve steamers era kept in port in Panama and San Fraacisoo. to prevent detention in case of acci dent, ao that the route is entirely reltublt?no fail ure having occurred in eight years. Passengers leave Panama the samo day tbey ar rive at Aspinwall. Comitrrtors go through by each steamer, and take charge of womeuand children without other protec tors. For through ticketa at the lowest rates applf at the agency, 177 West street. New York, to I. W. RAYMOND.?<?r to ARMSTRONG, II \ H BIS A CO., New Orleans,- or jy ?4-tf C. L. BARTLETT. Boston. I^HE NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL ? UN IT ED STATES MAIL STEALERS. Tit Skiwt tomrosimt this Line art b The ATLANTIC Capt. Oliver Eldridge. The BALTIC* .....Capt. Joseph Poiiisi.Mk The ADRIATIC Ca><t. J.niu \\ est. These ships having been built by cont-_.-.' oxpress'y for the Government aervicv.ev?r> oarebaaU antr.kcE in their construction, au also in tiicir engines, to iu cure strength and speed, aoJ their aoc?'iiiiiio<iatiocs lor passengers are uuequalled for elegance aud coin fort. Price of passage from Naw York to Liverpool, ic first cabin, $lSi; in second do., $75; exclusive useol extra size state rooms, Krom Liverpocd to New York. and 2<> guineas. An experience Sur geon attached to each ship. No berths ca:i be sccured until paid for. The slops of this Uuo itave impruvM water-tight bulk heads. PROPOSED DATES OF SAILING. FROM NIW TOfig. FhOM L1VKRPOOL. Saturday, June 3d 1857 Wednesday, June 24.1R5T Saturday. July 4 IRS" Wednesday, July 8...1R57 Saturday, July 18 1857'Wednesday. Ju!v a2 .luW Saturday, Aug. 1...^. Ia77j Wednesday , Aug. 5 1*5? Saturday, Aug.15 1857' Wednesday, Aug. 19.18.*J Maturday, Sept. 12 .. IRS7, Wedne?:ay, Sept. J 1M7 Saturday, Sept. ? lav: Wednesday, Sept. 9* lay? Saturday, Oct. In I8fl7j Wednesday, Oct. 14 18f? Saturday, Oct.It.... 1857 Uf-' ? ?.. ? ^ ? ? * -? ? *'v?. ??.... -1 Saturday, Nov. 7 1857 Saturday, Nov. *! 1857 Saturday, Deo.5. 1857 taw 185? tie a I*. w eduesd*y, Uot.? ?J.^jnesday, Nov. II .iut \J ednesdsy, Nov. 25 1857 Wednesday, Dec. ? li?P7 Wedaeaday, Deo. a.l85? r.uvvAKll K. COLLINS, No. W, Wall Btl?u Naw Yorg. BROWN. SHIPLEY A CO., Liverpool, STEPHEN KENNARD A CO., *T, Aastm Fnars, London. B. G. WA1NW RIGHT A CO.. Paria. The owners of these ships w>ll not he aooonntahlt for gold, ailver, bullion, speoie, jewelry, preoioua atones or metala, unless bills of lading are signe? therefor and the raiue thereof expreaeed therain. je 15 JJNITED STATES MAJL LINE ONLY REGULAR LINE AMD WITHOUT FAILUBK FOR K16HT llltl, FOB CALIFORNIA AND OREGON VIA PANAMA RAILROAD. Rttular Bailing Days. 5rA # 3"tk V ?aci month. CsrTtotf.?So man? frauds and impost- jfijsi tions of various kinds have l>ean lately perpetrated ontravellara bound toCALI FORNlA.that the subscrilier. theouly authonied Agent for passage bjr the U. S. Mail Line, via Pana ma, in the city of New York, fcela it hia duty to oaation all persona aeekir.g passage to Calif?m.ia, that, to Avein mrostTioM. thay niust tie careful to ti nd the true office of the Steamships of the I. 8. Mail liine, via Panama Railroad, as no other olbot in New York ia authonxed to euicage paawace. The Compauiea have only osstMi ii New Fork, which ia at 177 Weat street,oorner of WufM afreet, fronting oa the North River?at the bead of Me Com * Imuran ft#. &o. A Mi LN0T< |Ny, R A Si'K COM PAN vT t HAhTF HRp to y COSH RESS Capital -.... M..... 9300/ino** tvShwScwLRsi'isr *"?????? <* ?p_ r n. , I>i*?4.ro*a J [ "?y'r. San.Lo Bao?, vi!!p.h?Brjran- J*""? F^Hsiidar, R!L0rBV llmlaon Tm,,ocT j.rtnoii M ? fait Bem.BaaJ;, ww.fcaa. i^*teWKB.?K- "sfrr, |* AN KING BOUSE OjF" ~ ** _CHL'BB BKOiHKRH, it.s?ij5u.2^!usj c'"*? r"?*,v*J on Detoatt at per ar><1 kiMm? I "intic'r-est "r'ly^u,do^;-',<ir? without oharce. . ffisai avarssa'aygj?a?:"* D?r.??IT, 1, Virwim4 **n^c??Tr Depoaita in Virginia and other I t,carrot oe.ved to he ohacked for. toff.toTlrl apecie, ve char?,* the recular Kih?mm. " ^M,?f523^T5iot*,'.D,*,U'N*1 ?vrKxtfacm Vl.lbtJllOOUOlMl.fUld I^Ma.NH,K4l?.?LSUK>k/L?J, and ?e?iintiee.at Ike market rr.ie. ??>??. r ?Jlf* or C?BHT.-L?ti>r? of Credit wiM N? furn.abed. n?xot.aMe in the d.lfrranl Ciimm of tte I cited S'ataa. on Depoul of Money or CuLtln'f aad iniarart abowed if Maaef la da?o*i?i, aA up?.n ^*>?*at?a;a,oii auofi tsrotaaa maytwagreM iJgiy]g-Hc_ H'".? or FxrHAKea.?Trav#!ere wui ?Trilrl-! , -I drafts in auch ?uina ?* rnny be de kfi ?t *?? V* 10 tto* ?*???*??!* Citiee of the Union. t.A KlV /vt l. , ~ TT"H0.f?" KO' t<?i? E.NOt.A sn, Iri hr ^ ? "U Aur?.? Bills of r,xri?niico ncj l^tt^ri U .Wis; llf.T,'; E5.*iS?.s32; bo^TsS.1?;; t.ec pvmr from 6 t?. 12 pr. f*m'. . t ?nt!n uVir^riy11-'"M ?coJ!JSiifShs pr. ?cut. \\ her* ?r<*cir? are U.u*l,i at u ?trd?ra wTt ?KMrV'? *w f*" 1<" a deposits II" br cent on *ond8 or stock?wjU^ ?EM'Mi? K AILBOAD. ClTT. ASH) SlATI BoKDe.-Raiirua.l <ty,and State Loci* can } * ptaced iu our hand a lor nero.intion. e.'l.er in this oountry or Knropa. Rail road Ironpuroi.it.aed for oaah or with Korila. l'"'? arkast?.?Land WArrn-iu U>u<kt U *i-tt market r*t?a. Ail U arr&uu told by ua aje imiU i??d in every respcot. ???'?? \Ytrrr:.Ln :?Ksated on ooiT>miaai><c. nu?ufd &rr%nt*uot?t1"" r?tm\mt\i ftr;.,ah?d If v Waj-nvcta will he forwards! to Wmt?m FlouaM or ptrtfra ?r **nl *** 0,10P,n,nl,?,i,0 10 re^poM.tie p - f^'i 1 ^'ea ??:i?tea. tx>?<>rethe Court ??f Ctaima or Conrreaa. intmated to ua. aril, t-e proaeouted by prompt ar^ ahlr aft.,rtie*a u??, CHUBB KKOTHER8. ?**327 Opposite tua TreKaury. JNTERE8T ALLOWED ON DEPOSITES. MONEY te LOAN en STOCK SECURITIES . CHL'BB UXOTHKRS. KANKKRS. ?an ??tl Oppoitt* tki TViata^y. KTedicinet. Private meikcai, tkeativk OK THE PHISIOLOU1CAL VIEW OF MAKRfAGE. By M. B. La CROIX, M. I)., Allatny, N. Y. OT ?s<?? and I*1 bne Plur and Colored LitboaraaLi **nJ I* Kirn im'RICK ONLYXSCF.NT8..0I lUT"S$nl frti 0/rtstaff to ai> pmrtt of tkt JJnion, Dr. M. B. La Cr<?ix'a l'liyaiolocioai Yiev of Max nW?- A new ?n l revi<-?d edition of ?t pates and l?o p;at?s. IVioe 25 oenta a copy. A popular and 00m preUtnaive tren'tas on the dutifa jintl ca*t:n,r ies of hiriI^ and mimed uf???happy and fruitful n'liancfa, mode of aoonriux them?icr?!iOitoaa an?l tiifertiie mm?their ol>viati<>u asi<l removal?nervoua detniity, ita oauf>ea tuid cure, by a proceaa at once ao aimple. asfe, ami cffot tuftl, that failure ia itnpoaat>!??ru>a fcr duly nmna?rn!er.t?anfaaay 011 8per rnr.torriiTa **it(^ practi<jal oliaervat tort on a aafer wid inore aucecaafui mode of treatmeiit?preaautioLary h.ntV"1 ' reauita from empinoal pra<tfioe; to which ia added ooinr.ientariea o? tha dia.au ea of f? malea?froiri lafanejr tooid a?e?each case arachic*. Ic' ??w,ut'fuI J'atea. It 'p.^iita f.ut the remedies for those ae!f laflicted mja-riea and diaap p??intH2 liope* no unfortiiijiitely pf*ra!?nt iu Ihn your.r. It ia a truthful aidvuier to the marned, uU tnt?3 oo.i'eniplatii.a marriace. Ita peruaal ia partio 3 jJ r??IV'neadad t<> peraoca eutertaiiiinc aeoret dnuMa of their ph; aical condition, and who are con ac:oua of harii? hazarded the heelth, happmaaa and priv'i.eicea to which every human l?ein* ia entitled to. rnce & centa per oopy, or five oopiaa for $ I. mail ?d poatace to any part of the United Mtatea, Mr- MckoiX. (poat paid.) Aihany ^ ?rk. andos'm 2s centa. wii? prefer may oonault Doctor |LA CKOIX.upon any of the diaeasea up<>o which hia .% *' eith?,r PPraoua'.ly or hy mail. H.a meOi omea often cure in the ahnrt apace of aiz daya, and oompie, ely ajnd entirely enulicate alt traoea of thoea iI-'m" Toil ?*'?lva ^ ??hahe have ao .,>n? been thoujm a:j antidote, to the ruin of the health of French Secret" te th? treat 000 tinenjil remedr for that clasa ofdiaordera which un forMnxtely. rhya'etana treat w:th rr.ermTj. to the irretrievable (leatrvct'on to the patient'a oonatitu ttot"c*re Ch th* ?&r**>,u"liia in the world can feM4?li?* K?*35 JIlidea Lan*? Albany, N. Y. TH E 6 R EA TKJ?T~ MEDICAL DISCOVERY OF THE AttE. -r^I' 5*,'irtT? ?' Roxi urr, has d;eoorer?d fa ore Of our ooaaca paature a remedy that etrea *V*KT I'JSTi OF HCMOl, from Tkt teorM Scrofula down to a common r." ilV, i1"'?*1 11 "! over hrrutred oaaee. and ce.erlaiM except in two caaeB. tx.th 1 tiuroer Hu n*or. Ha lAaimw in hia poKveeaien over one hui.dred Boaton* of ^ ?'tUn twenty wH? of mTou!.'K>^!** ar* wtr??*d to enr? ? nnraiag 8or? Piaiplea on ttit*aoe? th* WOr?l kmd of Vl^* 601110,11r,il ?!??r tha ayatem of Bilea. Iwo hotUaa are warrautad t?. cure the i?rat Ctuikor ii! the Mouth and Stoioach. wJ^f.?VofErr'Sc'Z? to cure the morTnThe Eyw.11'"* M"Wln,et'd 10 cur*?" "c ST* Wrlult?l care Rumao, of tha m. a aiid Liotche* ainonK the Hair and rSnnVr^lVr.!"^ to cure oom.pt w"'ou.r? s<*!? Ernptjona of the Nsin. worTf Ic?imI *re warranted to cure IU? kind uf Ringworm. Two or three t?ottlea are warrants to mm ,1 . "ThrS^^?P?rat:Rhaauiatiem. rh-unf hott?ea are warnuitad to cure 6a:t Scr.'.fhlL? e'iht bottle* Wl11 c^re the woret aue of *I,>*T:enc?d CroTT! 'he f.rat bot i"uir'i?y ia^Akan.?Ure " ?"*" ^ai^;e viun'tu'^f ijufi?* improhal.'e to those who have its i ? wtjudarfa! inediciira of tiie day an that a common woed growing on the paaturea ar l alor.? old atone w^lta,ahouidoureevery h4m<.riii'? o ?> ; T?-t It ia a hxt^ fact. If,oiTavT?hitor n ,^ILuii ; fri,er#luc 1K" nor AN 1>S hniui I n Ji n^*JU ?u ;tne aome caeca, t.utfuot *oUra. I podJ.ed over a thousand Itottlea ??f it ai tVe Viotniry ?. k-^-iVS: > haow the t-C-cts , f it 10 every d?u7. It hae already d >n? aome ??f the preairst cnrea ever dona in MaaearJiaaetta. 1 pvc it to oinldran a vear o.d. tooid p?op,e-if a.xly. I h?n r a,??*n p,Mir. pni v. wor.n) lr?.kiiifi ch xtien, *-hoae tiaah waa a ?|f a ..f bottle.' rfkU'ri 10 a P^Oect a tale of iiuaitu b, one txnr'a^pVwIlV' V.a "10k ^dache. one c,,r* ir- 'r gr? ea great relief in oatftrrh ii.d dizuntsi. Scnv uho have tiiitn it ha?| heenaoetiva for yeara, end t:a\ e l<een reautat<?i *!?? it. W here the budy ii aouud it worka nu'i?e*K* of iltuV? itTn "f It?e fanationa 01 uiture.it u ^1 c-vuxo vor/Miucw'tor 2e<-;iiiaa l.nt youinuatn.tbe a^rme.l. th/y U , from four day a to a week. There un^rrV^dre auit from it; on the oontrary, when tlia? luaiirn; > tauiM *r ii. Joursell lue a aew aeraou I fcor.ro aome of the niia extravagant eucomuma of ? that ever man liateaed to. ?uc.?Hi.Bina 01 it in ii:> own praotice 1 aiwayakept it strictl* for ? 11 mort?l.ut ain.jc its introduction a>. a ewnera! fan. .? medicine, great and wonderful virtuea have l>ce'i found iu it mat I nevui euapected. ?1^^tit*?# Whioh rm feCTurtt^an,,,,orwh4t1VXV* t"Tn onred by a rew uoiiiea. what a mercy if it will il* '* >11 ?a?? "f that awful maladj?tf^ereara but law wh<? have aean moU ofit than I have JooZZrLnZ'?1 T'.f 1)r,,p?J,? peop.o ^ur^l hy if f. or th? Mrmui <ii%?&*** of thA ?d Ai? 1wi*-,'!>*K"?. A.tbS?r'!? , . I? ln (if fhii^nin# ajid particularly in Diaeaaea of the Kidne? a An the * No ohange of diet aver neoaaaary?eat tha hrut *?>< oan get ana anour.h of it. tftatoaat ro? aer Adnita one table apoonfui ahddSrS^a*0 ??Ver y9Kn apoonftil #**^? "*ht} eara, tm-sponhfnl. A? f* ?PP|l?al?'? \<> a!l oonatitutioua, Uuta authoient to operate on the bowata twiea a day. nMinrrArniio it v- ton ,J)ONALU KENNEDY. "arna Strut, Aeiivry, iltiiatitiiiti, Agatite ft>r Waahington.?Chae. Sfott A On v G ilraan.Kidwell A liwrenoe.L B. iard *er; BurfV A Co.. I). Walah A Co.. F. S. Walah j T sw, Martm K;nft Nairn & Klinfr^cliirvti 4 Cu (! Cl^' J > M.lhuVte-r Lryaon, Ford A Bro. Agenta for Georgetown ?H 8. CiaaHl, o M Leulhaiii, J. L. kidw^U? mv 5-ijr Home made* carriages. e un\a on hand, of oar ovn tnAn?f**^tnr? a fine aaaortment of a.i kin ia of PA K hT Np'" *' * AtJKS of the very li.ti.">.t wrprrk?rr.rd.v> 1m- r1 iHiz orJ^^fe iT. the oTof W^B,mrl?:,al-t0 ^ ^naJ to any aia^ie lilted *fai?. \v *t,,n w *"? oth?r ??t* ml" "wJL"f ","4*'10 B?aa l! Iae2d2Z?7, ^ ^ K I. H AIRI \ G m a wort - (fld l*?*1 at reaaonahle prioaa. at ? <L.r\^na*e* <ak?n in part pat n.ent lor new ar.d jiaVuXS*- oiMONFLYNN JtCO. 300 wiShf8 Sn K VKLVET RIBBON, ail Hoop Sktita. white and alate ?olored. ??W-U? OOHM( ?U ' "