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SILENCE. by Ttlowss *. tTJfrif. In ti.eaoe mi/htv things ace wrought? SiUm.y hniMr', fimaght on thowgn*. Truth's tempt* areets ihe sky ; And, l:kea citadel with towers. The *?>ul. with her subservient powers. Is strengthen'd silently. Soundless as chariots on the snow. The saptirg* of the forest grow, To trees of m-ghty firth; Fach nightly star in ailenee burm. And evsry day ia silence turns The axle ol the ear??. The silent frost. with might* hand, Fitters the rivers and the land W ith universal chain; And smitten. l>f the silent sun. J'h? can u is loosed, the rivers run. i'he land* are free n?aiu. At a special town meeting iu Wineheater, en Wednesday, the Catholics were refused the >itf of eltjbt of land for a cemetery. fX7*The amount of ?pecle to the Rxnksof New York and Bc?ton at this time excels farty-Hre tmUion* ot >loilai j. ? IP* Eighteen r-?identa of Mismitown, Ohio, have been titled S'W f??r attempting to lynch B. Coleman, by hanjjiiiy him ID" A man nam* d David S F.vans was arrest ed in Alte^bany city on Wednesday, charged w ith the mu.de r of bis wife. U7* Mohammed pa-ha is going to U'Ston this wt^k. and will sail for Europe in the Europa on the l?th IH,r~ The sudden rotund!tv of the Emperor of the French is said, by those tn Ih*? secret, to i?e ?sus*d by bt* wearing a t oot of st?-el mail under hi* oldiuaiy Jrw? (??" The ceremonies of laying the cornerstone of the monument to Ethan Allen, at Burlington, Vt., bave l?eeii deferrrd, because not a vestige rm be found of bis remain* on the spot where thev wen* supposed to have been buried fey- Mayor Tiemann i? said to bave informed a Boston gentleman, recently, that be had no doubt but ihirt the city of New York had l?een swindled out of eight millions of dollars, within the |?a*t few years, by odL ia is and others. id" A bnjfe bear filtered the bam of Stth Ster ling, la Warren, on the *iJd ult., ami taking a ?beep went oil' lo the mountain; and although P.J5 men gave chase, the l>ear b.oke through their tanks and em-aped. K?cape from a Map I>om. ?The bull roand like the rolling thnnder, and I ran like the nim bi* hjrbrninir; and springing over the fence v. ith ibe swiftness of a star falling from the flrinauu nt, I to?e mv trousers asunder with a rrasn as loud aa if the (fluli* li.-.d Iwen shivered by a coinet. AtiUlVALS AT THE HOTELS W ll.LARDS' HOTEL.?S B Buckley, Ohio; Thomas Storm, A s Murray. H O Bak?-r. Or K 'I Watson, Jas Murphy. Ilou 1> R ichinoud. NY: ti A Nichols. Pa, W P Benjamin, Ct; G F. I,ane. Mm, D C Trimble. F. Iluger, Md; Col linger. I SA; R A Cummins aud lady, Vid; A B South worth, Cal; l?aur Butts. N Yk; F Lail?r, Pa; J I! Lewis. Fug; C) Brown and ly, T F. Cburcii and lady, C H Ford>-. N V; F Locawnod, Ala: Masso Hchwartr, S I. Young, Pa; R Bringier and snn. La; A ^Carriere aud son, Mr Douglas, Mrs 1) Cruder, J B Patterson, NYk; Rev J '1' Gallagher and lady. N Jersey; Pierre Man, I .a; Mr and Mrs Fringle and fam. Mi<s Pringle. SC; E M Parrisb and lady, Tenn; Mrs Snow and daughter. Ga; P P Dandridge. Va; G 1) Wilson and son, Pa; Mrs Scranton, do. J P Phillips, Va; 'I' Makars and ladv, NJ; J J Clarke and lady. Mass; P M Crnn datl, NY; Mn Rhodes and c'nskl. Miss 'Pavlor, Ohio; R Watson, Pa; J B Wins low. Mass; W H Crabbe, J P Jones. M M Canby, J Eckeit, Pa; J Wales, Canada. BROWNS' HOTEL ?G B Chase. Mary-d; B Midzett. NC; B S Chase and lady. Mass; Miss Cbase,d<>: Miss Hill, do; J B Bradley and ladv. Me; p A Murk. Cal; H McCnllough. Md: W R McCn'.lough, do; S N Troth, and lody, Pena; H Mat lark, do; J M Trirfh, J T Je?t. Tenn; C John son. Gs; P V Daniel, je, Ya ; F ?< Espev, lf>wa; B Ridley and lady. Mass; G W Cluk. Iowa; J S Oilman. Md; <re'or?e A Uadinon and lady, Pa Mi:?a M S Archer, Ya; J B llarvie, do; Miss A M Archer, do, Joggin, NY; J Bickerton Md: J De Cordova. T?x: J l> Gardiner. Md; Richard Thomas. Md; Geo Summers. W W Bassett, lifo A Bassett. W E LadVrtjr, NJ; M Herring, Pa. Thus H Morton, do; L N Maltby, Md; 11 M Wil son, NJ; G C Beckham. V>; C J Sandford do; S P Brown, Pa; G R B Horner, do; Jotin Brady, do. NATIONAL HOTEL ?R Simpson. Pa; Mrs Bell, M-s Fa mum, NYork; E B Patton, Me, C E William-. DC; 11 Dwinal, Me; W G Cati.s e:id, Va; J A llaydeu, J S N^feer. N Yk; J C Duval, Texas; J T Banks. Ga, R W McGruder, Va, J P Santniayer, OjTP Cnitt'ele, T J Hayward. B M Bowdle. D IIasklus, J C Robinson, J M Satier tietd.Md: J K Fast law, Miss; W Webb and ly, CI; O O and 11 C West. Kv: J M Morris, jr, Pa; F aud C F Carter, Ct; Miss H A liejlat Del; W M Canby, J F Kinney and daughter, F A Gib bons. Md; C N Watts, Pa; J Y Frump, NJ; C 8 Russell and ladv. Mo; Rev l>r Dver and daugh ter, NY; Rev A B Brkins. G W Merchant, Pi: /, Sassi er, jr, Md; W A Jones and lady, IIou J Van Etter. Min WASHINGTON HOI'SK.?R Austin, G M Saikr-ld, W Bnily, W Ager and lady, S Carson, Jas Garretson, Pa; A Bliss. Ya; Jas 11 Darrovr, M l*oe|, A Spauldiug, NY; N M Noru.an. Neb. J H Wright, do; B llorshadter,Miss Ann James. Nrs E Kalus,C W James, Ohio: Prof DrCanlel nnd lady. Tenn, E 11 Ban it, SS Cox aud ly.Md; P Short, N V; A G Baker, Mass, A Dotter, Pa UNITED STATES HOTEL.?B S Mruifce. Pa, R Coliun. Dr P F Coouitas, ai.d A Holt. Md; T Dariiug. Col D Fitxsiiuiaoiis, and J P Kran. Pa. A b Hill, NVest River; R H Delau-y, G W r W huing, and R Carter, V?; W Cunningham, J Hartxe'.l, pa; C ? Potter, Dr Eddy, NY; L T Lovetl. KIRKWOOD HOFSE?J B l)cnal?on. Md: Rev J B Dumiwody. tia; I) V Abl, Pa; N Jetf ?ey. Pa; J B en. N . ; J D Crelyh, Cal; Gen M Karns. J I. tietz. Pa; R S Harper, NY; .1 Van Etten, Mln; B II Ihwidge, NC, J l>e Cordoia, Texas. OCEAN STEAMEKS* SAILI1Sli DA YS Fao* tub Umitbb States. !Tl ??a?ri, I.tart V"* Zap*. Europa New York..Liverpool...My lit City Baltimore. New York ..Llverpo-ii... \(y *ji Vanderbilt New York.. Havre My '"2 Persia New York..Liverpool...My 'Ji Fnlton New York..Havre' My*i9 Ediuhurg....... New York.. Glasgow ...MviH From Evaoric Niagara I.iverpool....Boston My ^ Africa Liverpool.... New York...My 15 City Wash toil..Liverpool....New York..Mv Pi Insian Liverpool....uuelwc My 1? North Star South pton...New York..My 1S? The California mail steamers i?ave N>-w York on the 5th and *il*h of enr-h month. yyASHINGTON TIIKATRF. KELLER TROI PK.t^ueenof Flowers a:;<l the Battle <>f i ir? A masons. To nixfit. ma )7 'U "tLrPKNCEH'S HISTORY OF TDK I'Vllhll ^ States l?ein; i ca>ly >w>r.p eteJ, specimen of Bindmr in Ar fique sn?l Turkey Moroooo, up eipresly fi>r the work, oan seen at the otlioe of the pnrwiahsrs, Ita stri-ef tetwe^n l>Mid E. ap 17 tf J AMES CAR'l ER.Acerit. . rf^K.N THOt SAND DOLLARS WORTH OF 1. the ix?t FA NCY ti' ?t 11?>*. chesp for ?anh. at STEVENS' New Store. u yi J*sf^i|, inth ms. rr4i.F v iN |.!'^r,2fcf;kv>M TfiK s?t'Tn QSCFwiX'-'?" l SKR ?JJ J^OUM SerwmTmdlhandy Vt'w.uk! "'a?h ^yiMUIIITW THEATRE. KELLER vis tiodt'eKs of liberty, night 0"0* A">?,r'0*c B.Uet Corps. T.i n a 17 "? P I N E GOLD W A T C U E S. II. O. HOOD bM mwun ha ml %rr? ii?t nf those verj hca aiKl very rliMp Gold sad Silver WAT?:HES, that he wishes to dispose of lor aash. ^ J Pimse mil soon and se:#ot "re or more.^Bi**' and save ^;nto a/s from the usual tries, at iW Pa. avei. u*. Sign i-l thn !?|? Watoliand Eagle, ma i? l? ith,m -binding and paper rcling ?OFP A*THOMASt W ?,>rTl11* Ficiilii and D streets. L PHIL At KLPHIA" AGE R B F. E It D K P O T, .N<i. ail Pa. av.. tn-tween 4K an4 Uh sts . <>M kAj f ^ Su; ISM <??seii ?uart (<?! ties. $ I V try W ? send taa IImr fr?w? i>| <v.?i i., &(l, M,t o tkscitr. C. F. 4k W. GERKCKK. m 3ft Mm \MOLIN. GIITAR. BANJo. AND HAKP Strings ; Music neatiT bound - all kinds of .V u ?' ??jnHN F. rujs. ma in Pa. *??.. ri?-sr nu|, gt. Life and times of high mii.lek. ?alhor i?f "Testiiaouy ufih* Mook.""Old Red Saedolvne." "FrHrtsrnits of the Creator,"A o.. Ao. By TTins. N. Mrown.the eminent Sootoh divine. I volume, price 91, postage 1? cants. For *a.e in Waahin^tonby TAYLOR A MAI R^? ma II H??iks*or*?S?4 Pa- av. WECtiND OPENING OF BONNETS ON H flatarda* next,at ^m\ STEVENS' New Fancy Stora, dJ between 9th anu I' th sts. P'ease ea.M snrlT. an ?" SCIt*SONH. MIHROHS, POWDER BOXES Ae. at HI BBS'S Hair Stom, near 13 streot. Pa. av^, and at hie ffalasmom, nndar Willarde'. a la as HAJfi,T^L>tu' and bandshire Bfl SH EM. at GIB HS'S Hair Store, near 13th Medioines. w THIS 6RKATR8T DiCAL DIICOTIEI or THK AUiS. Mr KsN*Uft?f Rextary, lia <??<*?*'*4 ti eae ef est wiDBor pane re weeds a rwiiKy that nrM ? V1KY IIJ?B or HTKuE, from Jrkt Mirit Sere/aJe drwn to a e?n?M Ptmplt. e hat tried it in over eleven hundred maes.and U?Nfilled exo?ytiutwooaset, l*?th Thunder Ha mor. He haanow in hit poetettionorer one hundred cortifiuatea ef itt value, ao within twenty uulee of B ottos. Two bett.ee are warranted te eare a aaraiac Bare Mora. , . One te taree bottiee "anil eare the weret kind ef Ptupieg on the Fare. Two or three bottiee will e:ear the tyetemef Bile*. Taro bottiee are warranted to oure the wont Canker in the Month and Stomach. Three to hve bottles are warranted to care the worst fcintl of Ery tipslas. One or two bottles are warranted to oare ail H? mor in the Eyee. J ^ ? ... Two hottlet are warranted to oare (tanning of the Far* and Blotohee among the Hair. Font to six bottles are warranted to oare eorra?t and nwnmg Uioert. One hottte will enre Sealy F.rnptinne of the 8km. Two or three bottiee are warranted to oure the worst kmd of R uigwortn. Two or three bottles are warranted to eare the moat moat desperate caae of Rheumatism. Ttree to four bottiee are warranted to oure Salt rheum. Five to eight bottiee will oare the worat aaee of Scrofsla. A benefit ia always experienced from the firet hot tie, and a perfect oure ta warranted when the above quantity is taijn. Nothing look a so improbable to thoae wno have la ?ain tried all the wonderful medicines of the day. as that a common wood growing on the pastures, aud along old slone walls, thonla care every humor in the system ; yet it m :? fcxed faot. If you nave a humor, it has to start. There ere no IFS nor AN US. hums nor tie's about it seiting Bums oases, bu thiol yoitre. I saddled over a thousand bottles of it in the vioimty of Boeton. 1 know the efieuta of it in every oaae. It has already doue some of the greatest cures ever one in Maesaohnsettt. I gave it to ohilJien a veer o.d, to oid peopie of stxly. I have seen poor. puny, wormy-lotting ohilaren, whose Beth was soft aae ttal>by, restored to a perfect state of health bv one battle. To those who are si Meet to a tick headache, one bottle wiil always oure It. It gives rreat renef in catarrh aud dixainess. Home who have taken it had boec costive for years, and have beea regulated by it. VV here the body is sound it works quite easy, bat where there ia any derangement of the Iauctions ofnatare.it will oause very similar led ings,but you milat not be alarmed; tne? always disappear in from four days to a week. There is never a bad re sult from it; on the contrary. when that feeling is gone, you will feel yourself like a new person. 1 heard some of the mo.' extravagant encomiums of it that ever man listened to in my own practice 1 a:ware kept it strictly for hn mun-hot since its introduction as n general tunny medicine, great and woaderlul virtue* nave been found in it tnat I never suspeoted. Several cases of epileptic bU?t disease winch waa a'wnta considered incurable. have been cured by a few U?tties. O, what a ir.erov if it wiii prove ellec tual iii all oases of that nwlui malady?there are twit few who have soeu more of it tijaii i have. 1 know ofseveral oases of Dropsy.*1! of them aged people cured bv it. I'or the various <liseHF.es of the Liver, Sick Headache, Dy?pep:,ia. Asthma, Fever aad Ague, Pain in the Siu?>, Dtsec?*fa of the Sptoe, and particularly 111 Diseases of the Kid.ievs, Ac.? the discovery has done more go?/d than any medicine ever known. No ohanze of diet ever ntceaaary?eat the beat yoa can get and enough of it. Dtrtciion* /or Ust.?Adults one table-rpnonnu per day?ohildren over ten years dess^rt-spooulul? children from hve to eight years, tea-spocfTtal. At co directions can be applicable to all constitutions, take anAoient to oaerat* on the l owela twice a day. MANvracTbKki) ay DONALD KKNNtDV. No. ISO Wmmn Strati, hoxbury, MmstmtkuittU, AgeLts for Washington.?Ctias. Stott A Co., Z. 6ilman. Kulwell A Lawrence, J. B. Gardner, Burry A Co., D. Walsh * Co.. F. S. W a.sh, J. 1*. Stone, Martin Kinc, Nairn A Palmer, Schwartx A Co., O Buswell, Denial B. C'.ark, J. P. Miiburn, Duutar Dyson. Fori A Bro. Agents for iieor<;etowii.?R, S. Cisaell. <) M l.entham. J. I.. Kid well, inv .S-It PERUVIAN SYRUP, Or Protict*d SOLUTION OF PROTOXIDE OF IKON COMBINED. Having sucoestfpily p.tMse?i trie ordeal to which new discoveries in the Mnteria Med:ca nre subtecied. must uow r>e received aa an established mediaine, Ita Efiiency in Curing DYSPHP6IA, AJfertioni of tht Liror, D-oj*y. NtMrnlgii, Bronchitis and Consumptive T'n'bnries, Di^ordtrtd State of tke Blood, Boilst Scmrvf, Tke Prostrating F.jffects of Ltad or Mtrettry, General Debility. And all diaeasea which require a Tonic and Altera tive medicine, is l^yond quantmu. The proofs of its effionry nr? so nunifrous.ao well autheiuicated. and of auoti peculiar ><?"" >. character, tliat sutJerera cannot re\nonar>!y hecitate to receive the ? a> ?/ prollered aid. The Peruvian Syrep does not! proleas to be a oure all. but it* range is extensive, because many d<<i<?!tses, app.Mfi tly unlike are in innately r? Gatrd, aud proceeding ^ from one oauae, inay be cured by one remedy T'leoi.'ia* of dueases for whicti the Sjrup pro vides h ? ure, Ik p ecisely that which 'has ao often baiiieutiie iiitliesl order of medica. sfil. The facts nre tangible, the witnesses aooeasihle, and the safe ty and eifioacv of the Svrup incontrovertible. Those who may wi?h for nu opiiuon from disinter ested perron a ie?peclin< the c'i'kraot?-r of the Syrup cannot fail to be aatikhed with the following nmoug numerouH teaiimouials in the banda of the Agents. The signaturea are those of rcnflatnen wo!l l(riown in the oummunitv. and of (ho nigh eat raapeoiability. CARD. The unuaraigned tiaviug expenerned the beneh Oiftl etf^otaof tne "Peruvinn ^yrup." do not hesitate to r"commend it to the iitt??nti.>ii of the public. From our own expei lenoe, a? well as Irom tiie rot timony ??f others, whose iiiteliigence and integrity are nltogetber uiiMuestioi,able, we hnve no doubt of its eifieaej in uasea of li;cipiMnt |)i#i;rs of tiie I.uiik* nud Kronohial Passasss, Dy apep'it. l iver Compiaint. Dropsy, N'euralsiu. Ac. Indeed Its ef fect* is4niId I* incredible, but from the liiKh ch?rao tcrof tiione wno have witnesssd them, and have volnntetred their testimony, ;us we do ours, to lit restorative power. R?v. JOHN PIF.R PONT, THOMAS A. DKXTkR, S. H. KENDALL, M. D. SAMFKL MAV. THOMAS C.AMORY, PKTI.R HARVKV, /AMES C. DUNN, It is well known that t?e mediainal <>aeot of Pro toxide oi Iron i* ioal by even a verv brief exposure to air, find that to maintain a Holutionof I'rotox iiIh ol Iron, without further oxidation, has l>een deeiue?l impoHaiMe. In th^ Peiuvi'm Syrup, this desirable poi^t is at fained by riisBi.iation ia a way rkfosk. rv gNoW!*; and thin solution ma? renlaoe all the proto oaiiNinnio* oitrates, and tartrate# o| the Materia Medica. A. A. IIA VEH. M. D? Assnyer to the Mate of M.'tssnchuitetts, Ifi Boylgton Htreet, Boston. For sale by Dru-gists generally. Price for iatge bottles, ?.!; medium aizec! Uiitles. N. L. Cf^ARK A GO. Proprietors, Boston. For sate in Waahmgton bv D. Gilman, ^pec:nl A cent; Nairn ?V Pairner, John Schwartze, I,. M Smith. V. Harl?aueh, H. H. McPheraon. F. S. Wileh. Joseph Bury. Jas. II. Stone, J. S. I ovejov, Dr I). B. Clarke. 1). Kid<eiy; and in t?e<a>etown by R. J. CiMsell.and J. L. Kidwell. |fil.U-6m JW. PLANT. USltF.UTAKEH, No. 4lH 7th ? street, bAtween U and H. keeps oonstantly on hard every article r~-( uuired in his hue?nthne Hoarse. Patent Corpse Prrserv^rs. k c., Ao. Hit oliarget are mo?lerate. and Ins attention inauint on oall, any f ? r of tbeday or night. Hacss furnished l?.r funerilsat loweaf poaHit>l? raU-a. Ki?rt-1* COLOURS!?CLOCK H'!?CLorK >'!!-J u?t > ceived. a great assortment of t'l.ot'KS,! from J}I to Gal: and see for yourselves,! at J. ROBIN SO ^'S. 349 Pa. av? opposite Btownt' Hotel. N. B.?CLOCK MATERIALS, tunti as Oil*, Keyt. Balis, V'ordt. An., for sale.?the trade tup ?'i?il xI'MP ?? S ?' T\JO I'ICK.?I liave a lew of those eh?-ap TOILET 1 a ^b"'l?? on hand. wMn-h I will tell chenp<>rT than they cm lie pureha.i>*(l e!n?*wi.ere. AUo< CHINA. til.,\S-?. ai?l tllJK.KNS WAR K,' cenper ihfiw the cheapeat. with many other we art'eleH too numerona to mei,tion, at Pa avenue, between wli and loth streets. Call aud see for yourtelvet. *?l?-rtm JOHN McDEVITT. JOSEPH T. K. PLANT A CO., F4SHIO ,V A HLK UP HO I.ST K K b. H 5, Manufacturers and Dealers in Solas, Ciiairs, Loungea, Mattreaxea. Ac. Paper llanginr don?j in the beat manner. ( arpetfc matle and put down. K urnituro Rep.iiied and Var niahed. SVi D ?treet. lietween 9?b ami loth streets, Wash ia?t? '? D ia 2a 3m | IKBNESSfcS ON PAT I.N TILKATHKF. This new procesaof taking Likenesses on patent leather ix tti* l.eaf mod.- i.f getting a low price pic ture that can be sent by mall to vour filends, their weight beiim only one quarter of an ounce. They are durable and iif??like, mid only ooaiing from ?" oeotetoai. 'lust-cat KOIIT. SANDS' trailer*, ma Vtr Pa. ave.. Ixt. 8th and tun att. J^UNNh A CLA R KE'S and H A LI.KTT, DA vTs A CO.'H?? CEJ.KB llATfiU PIANO fOllTKS. Constantly receiving aud fortale <?Oly by J t >11 \ r . l.l.l.ir*. Pa. av.. Ifotwoen ftth ami Wth sts. Pnrohatert will find it to their intere?l to examine for Iht-msetves the superior qualitietof the above Stoole. Covert, Melodeont, Ao., Ao., alio on Karwl ?? V^T()TYhaT RATTLINU. I am now prepared to pnt on "Chapman't Elaetic Anti- Mauling Shaft Faalener," a sureA jgf lP. remedy for the rattling of the ehaft olip?MHJ4^? of Carnages and Wagont, wiuoh oa:i U? " M pnt on at a tmali expense. Call and examine at my Faotory, where I have eertiAoatee from the leading Coeohmakeri in the |NTEKI-.HT ALLOWED ON DRPO?ITKS. MONET LOAN ?~8T0CK SECURITIES CHUBB BHOTHKRS, BANKRRf. t -?? tk* ^V??e?e?.. FHION A Hl-K PKKKIJMKKIKH. fhun nq te%r Uie .eoewer v as t? L^afhionah IHtl ~ Sedio^net. ATKt'l HJP CatharUc PilU. B fBT / The ?mienoe* of Oemistrr and JBL. Medicine have l>?ii taxed ibetr ut moit to produce tins bert.niost per m f?*o? purgative win oh is known to rnnn. Innumerable proofs are shown that them Pills have virtu*" which norpas* in exoeiicneo the ordinary medicires. and thai they win unpracerfeut Mtir upon the wteem of all men. They are safe aitd pleasant to take and powerful to oar*. Their pun* trating properties stimulate the vital activities of the boar, remove the obstructions of its organ*, purify the Uoou, and expel disease. They purge out the l?ul humours which breed distemper, stimulate sluggish or disordered organs into their natural ac tion, ai d impart a Healthy tone with strength to the whole system. Not only ??othey cure the every-day onm plaints of every hnd*,i?l also formKlable and ilangrrou* diseases whien have IsttfLal human skill. S\ hiie they produce powerful cdects they are at the ?nine lime. in diminished doses, the safest and host pin rio that can be employed for oh.tdren. Heing nuk.nr -coated they are pleasant to take, and Iwing purely vegetable, are free irom any rink ol harm. Cures have been made which surpass t<elief were the* uot substantiated by men of such exalted post lion and character as to forhid the suspicion of nil truth. Many eminent clergvnien and physicians have lent their namt-s to ocrufy to thepunliethe re* liability of my remedies, while others have *ent me the aasurar.ee of their conviction that in) Prepara tions contribute immensely to the relief of my afflic ted suffering fellow men. Tue agent below named is pleased to furnish erst is my American Almanac, oontaimuc directious for their use, ai.d certihcatoa of their cures of the fol lowing comclamts: Costivenes*. Billions Complaints, Rheumatism, Drops), Heartburn, He^dione arising from a foul ?tomach. Nnu*aa. li digestion. Morbid Inac tunaad painarisir.* Mierefr< m. Flatulency, Loss of Appe tite, all I.'iceroim and Cutaneous Diseases winch requ re flu evaenant metiieine, Scrofula or king's l.vil. They a so, by purify ing t lie biood an l stiiiiu latin; the sv>tern. cure many complaints which it woul-l not be supposed Ihov oould reach, auoh as Deafness Partial Blindness, Neuralgia,ami Nerv ons Irritability, Der&nX'tmeutKol the I.iver ami Kid neys. Gout, and other kindred romp'aiuts arming Iroti! a low state of the body or obstruciiou of its functions. Do not l?e put oQ by unprincipled dealers with some other pill they mike moie profit on. Ask for Aykr's Pili,?. ai.d take nothing else. No other ihtty can give you comparer with this in its uit< insic value cr cu-nt; ire powers. The sick want the best aid tnere is tor them, and they should have it. Prepared bv Dr. J. C. AVkH, Practical ai.d Ara lyticai Chemist, Lowell, Mass. Price 25 oenls p.r Imx. Five Iiox&j for *i. S Id hv V. D- GILMAM, Washington,and by If. COOK. Alexandra., ami by all dealers everywhere, ap n-tnir PT R f S S EM A K . ROTECTED by Royal Letters Patent of England, acd s- cured by the Seale of the Eoele tie Ph&rm&ciedo P-.risand the Imperial College of."Vfed lome, Vienna. Triesemar No, 1 is a remedy for Re laxation, Spermatorrhea, and Exhaustion of the System. Triesemar No. 2 efleolnaJly, in the short space of three days, comp.etely and entiroly eradi cate* all traces of those disorders which oopaviaand oubobs have so long lieen t nought an antidote for, to the ruin of the health of a vast portion of the popu lation. Triesemar No. 3 is the great Continental remedy for that class of disorders which, unfortn aateiy, the Enrlish piivsician treats with mercury, to ti.?? inevitable destruction of the patient's connti tution. and winch all the tiar*ap.iri!la in tke wo'ld cannot remove. Tneseinar Nos. 1,2, and 3 are alike devoid of taste or smell, and ofnll nauseating quail ties. They may lie on th- toilet table without their use being suspected. Sold in tin cases, and divided in separate doses ati administered by Veipesu, l.nl leman, Roux, Rioord. Ac., Ac. Price $3 each, or four oases id one for $4, which saves $3; and in $'?17 cases. Sold by l?r. H. A. BAR ROW. No.157 Prince st.,a few blocks west of Broadway, New York. Imaie diatelv on reoeip of the amount Dr. H. will forward the 9$ eases of Tneseinar. and the large sisov, car riage paid, thus insuring genume European prepara tions. The $3 cases also sent, but not free of car riage. Consultations as usual, from II a. in. till S p. m. and from 4 till rf p. in., at No. 157 Prinoe St., a few blocks we*t of Broadway. Sold also by J. STOTT. Washington. fe 1 ly WHEN IN THE COURSE OF HUMAN events. Ladiesarid Ceutlenien lose one of their f rentes? natural attractions-a line he.ul of hair?it 'ecomes a malldr of serious importance, ai:J th? uuestion is what shall we do to stop the hair from falling off, and restore its vigor and l>eautr ? In re ply to i hi* query, we heg to Sftv.tr ? DK . HAR R1S' HAIR PROMOTER AND IMPROVER. A few applications will stop the hair failing rr breaking, remove dandruff, keep the *calp clean and white, and impart freshness and vigor to the hair; and although you may have l?een bnld twenty years, the continued use of it two months w.ll insur? you a luxuriant head of hair. Call and Ket a bottle, and if no! satisfied, after the socond application, return it and get the price paid. Ask for Dr. Harris' Hai' Promoter and Improver. Sold in Kioiiuu.ad by W. PKTKR9->N, Drug gist, oorner Mam and i2th. and Main and Wall *ts., and in Washington citv t?y /. D. fill.MAN. Drug gist, Browns' Hotel Budding. Pa. avenue, and I). B. CLARK, Druggist, oorner 4S street an<1 Pa. avenne. ap I ly A OA MAX HOOD. ND ITS PKKMaTIKK DECLINE. Ju*t Puh!i.\h'<f, Gratis, the SiilA Thov.ianti. A few words on the Katiouai Treatment, wirhoiit M(dioiM??, olSpiTiiiuu>riiita or Local f -r W?-akpe?s. Nccturial F.miM^ions, M'Sfk i (iemtai snd Nerv us Dobilir*, Iinpo-^ tencv, ano Impedunent* to ^larnage. geneialiy,by U. UK I.ANEY.M.D. The iiiiportHi.' fact that the inanj alarming cm p'aints. oiigii.atmg in tiie iiuprudenoe and solituJe of >outh, may l?e easiit ieiin,v-d WittfOFT Mkih ( ink is. in this small tract,oletirly demonstrated; and the entire!* i>ew a-d highly successful treatmei.t, as adopted by thr author, fu ly ex^la'uud, b\ meui.g of wh'ch every one is enabled to cuie Him?klf p?rf. otiy and at the least possible cost, thereby avoidin< all the ad\ ertised nostrums of the day. Sent to any address, gratis and post free, in a sealed envelope, by remittir g i post paid ) tw? pott age ?i:imi>i to Dr. It. DE LA \ E^*, hf 24-tsep^ M East 3tst st.. New York Citr. 'piiE BOOK OF THE CONSTITUTION. The demand of the people from all parts of the oountry for a new edition of this Book, bringing down the statistics to the present time, is such that if cannot loneer tie disrexaided. It is sufficient ) known throughout the country to render ajisrticu lar description of it unnecessary here; suffice it to ?r.y that it contains the evidence of its having re ceived the voluntary and generous patronace id ls?th Houeea of Congress.of its having been adopted hy the Supieme Court as a standard edition cl the Constitution of the I'mtdd |UtMi and ot its having received the special spprol?t|nn of some of t!.e wisest statesmen of the past and present a/#. It has Iteen pronounced by th?*m as ft suitahie fare side oompanion foreverv American citizen, anil as a text IsMik for the rising generation ot the schools. Editors who venerate and support the Constitu tion. the sentiments of Washington, and the prm a pies it eiulxMlies. have heretofore given it their generous and valuable support. flookaellers and others who may desire to ohtam it for the supply of thoce who may dsnre to possess the new editiou will please address WILLIAM HICKEY, Jr., m 2-tf Washington City. D. C. IJARLIA M ENTA R Y (JOVER \ M F.NT.Io Karl lirev, 1 vol., Lttndoii. IK53; .*'.75. D<sl's Peerage. Baronetage and Knightage, for 1x18; $3.75. The Rod Painpii!?t,an historical narrative of t he mutiny m the Bengai] Aiiiiv. by one wl.o has served under Sir Charles Napier^ two parts. London. IH5B: ?.2". tin Rise of our in<ii'.n Empire,by Lord Mahnn, Loudon, l-.SH; $ 1 2). The Queen's Regulations anil Orders /or the Army, London. 1857: $1.7 >. Hunt's Muiiiul of Photography, London, 18W; 91 .t>7 TheCr-ichet Book, by M'ile. Uranohadiera,London, IS.Sft; 37 CtS. The ^Ilnor < iperntions of War, from the Fronch of Laliemnrit: ?l.7i. Familiar Le< turcs for Young Military Officers, by a h leid Olbc? r; .ilUR. Abnanach ?Je Ootca, iK.ur iw53. ma is FRANCK TAYLOR. M R B L E WORKS. WM, KUTHF.RFOR 1), AHTIPICEK IN MA li ftL E, E Street, between l?ih and I3tn Streets North, WaSIIl.NOTOM iJtTT, Invites pui'bc attention to his extenrive stock of beautiful designed and IjlalKtrateiy Carved MAN TELS* in a variety of Marbles, together witn a choice assortment of STATU A KY, which for de sign ami tiniyh cannot be surpussed. and are well adapted lor the Catden or Tomb. A large hss<nI inent of Plain Mantels, Monuments, and Tomb stones at very low prices. , Monuments r.f any design executed to order with punctuality and d.snatch. Estimate* giver? tor Brownstoneor Marble work or North River 1'iaging, and every other work in our line. Please on'! and make an inspection of our stock. V. R.?Make a note ot the address. fs IT-tsi IMPROVE YOUR EYES. f^FRENGTHEN and assist them, by the Paris Optician, 1). WOOLFSON, who has arrived from F.urope with his eC/ aj own, as well as the manufacture of a good many others of the iatest improved SPKCTacLKS and EYE-GLASSES ? among whioh are the PERISCOPIC CONCAVE and CONVEX, The DOUBLE FOCUS and DOUBLE POLISHED BRAZILIAN PFBBLES,CRYSTALS, F.te., which are warranted to improve any EVE adeoted with we?ikr?-i,s. eataraet or tending to it; also 8UORT-S| G HTE DN ESS. Persons who are compelled to useglaases.or tliose now using them, will be suited at farst sight. Those worderlul DOUBLE-POLISIIED VENEZUELIAN CRYSTAL ROCK hare reoeived Hie highest reoommendationa at the World's Fair, at Paris, through their producinr a clearness and easiness of vision heretofore unknown In any other improvements. AUt4k.aU styles of OPERA, SPY. and MAGNI FYING GLASSES, C??mpasses, and Microscipee are for sale at h is store, oorner of Eighth street and Pennsylvania avenue, or Eighth straat No.4Ml. be tween D street and Pa. avenue. If7" Do nJt mintakt tkt eorutr of lit Knit, Prioes very reasonable, the mud* as at his estab llshment in FaroM. u9-tf JjT A l. O A G K JBX ^R^E^S 8 OFFICE Adjoining Tkt Stnf Printing OJlto. The subscriber, Baggage Agent for Baltimoi* and Oh;o and Washington Branoh Railroad, haa opened an office, at the above piaoe. for the accom modation of the pnblio. Where orders oau be (eft for daily, exoept Sualar. 7 to 10 o'oiooka. in..2o?dook' to 10p. bi JOHN M. McCllNfoCK. Baggage Agent Baltimore and Otuo Kailtoad. N. B.?Persons ooming to Washington or soinc to Baltimore, not having made as their minds where they will stop, by giring up their oheoks to my ac?Dta on the oars, villi have their bacgace taken mm of at thts offtaa, or at Uaitimora aflat. No, II Chart straet, and ao ax Da o fear* a. 41? DlboWaWKWof the SOUTHIVhST AND NORTHWEST. Haiti Mare aad Ohie Rail read. S I M M K R ARRANGKMKilTS, With (jrrally Improved Schedule*. THREE THROUGHCONNECTING TRAINS ARK NOW RUN DAILY.ieiwit Sunday,) FROM WASHINGTON FOR THE WEST. u fo'.lowi: 1st. THE CINCINNATI EXPRESS MAIL ?tart" at 5.15 a. m., showing passengers time fur breakfast at Uie Keiay House, Washington Juno tio.i, before prooeedmg Wast. Tins Train passes G ? aflon at 7.40 p. in , aid connect? at Benwood on the Ohio River, at 1* p. m . vith Central Ohio Train Tor Columbus. Cmomnat.. and intermediate points, returning Cincinnati a> ?? 3? a. m. next day. ad. THE tiK K AT CINCINNATI AND J?r. LOUIS EX PR ESS connection leavee Washington (including Sunday,) at 3. 25 p 111. reaching Cincinnati at 8 p. 111. nut day.andoonot.ctiugdirectl? with Kx press Tram for Louisville. Cairo at.d the Southwest, ?uid for St. t.oui*. Ksnsas. etc. Time, from Wash ington to Cineumati.in 38 hours,or to St. Li'um only 44 hours. 3d. CINCINNATI. DAYTON, INDIANAPO LIS, CAIRO. ST. I.OC'J*. CHICAGO. AND NOKTHWESTERN EX PRK9s Itavea (except Saturday and Sunday.) at 6 p. w?., connecting, at Washington Junction or B&ttiinore. leaving Haiti more at 10 p. ni. tin Sundar Night the coAieetioa w th this Train is made by the Xii p. iu. Ttaiu from Washington. To view the Grand Mountaiu Scenery of the Road in day light, tike the 5 a. 111. oc6 p. m Train from Washington. For Park-rsbnrr and all Stations on the North western Virgtni* Ho*d take the fl a. m. Train. For all pointa on the Marietta Railroad take the same. 'I lie Western connections from \\ asfcing'ou uud Baltimore by ail these Trains, are the closest. moat direot and.ainp e that have yat been ofl>rad to the travel lug public, and ever* improvement and adran tagc that the resources ol the Hs timore and Ohio Rmiroad and its aseoent^liaes c?md ?uggeat, b-.ve I wen Hecured under tins nrraiiKemen*. Through Tickets and liagrareCheoka to all quar ter*, ami every other possible faoility will be fuund upon this route. WAV PASSENGERS for the Main Stem of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad will leave W aahing ton as follow*: For all punts between Wa*hui(t >ti Jur.ctionand Piedmont take the 5 15 a. m. train. For ali Stations between Pietiiuoot and Wheeling take the <3 p. ?n. Tram. T<? oonnect with the Frederick Tr?in take the 3 25 p in. Tram. JIT- TOR BALTIMORE. PHILADELPHIA. AND NEW YORK FO I' K THA INS L E AVE WASHINGTON DAILY lor Baltimore,as fol lows : At 5.15 and 7 4S a. m .and *. 5 and tf p. m. The S 15 a in. ?nd 3 IS o. in. Trains make ?onn?c t ions at B ALT I MO 11 K ami PHll. AD ELI'HI A Jor NEW \'ORK, and 7.*j a. in. lor Philadelphia only. The5'5n.tn ard S 25 and 6 p. tn. Trains tmke the WESl E R tJ connections,at the Washington Junc tion. wicn the Trains from Baltimore, as above de tailed. The 5.15 a. m. and 3.25 p. m. Tiams oonneet with ANNAPOLIS. The 7.4- a. in. and 3.25 and 6 p. in. Trains will stop at Way Stations between Washington ai.d Balti more. i ?n SUN DA Y, bnt one Ttttm leaves Washington, at n.'h p. m. JI7-FKOM BALTIMORE FOR WASHING T?i\ there are four Tra ns, as follows : At 4 ao and fi 4.5 a. ip. and 3 and 5 an p. m. The hrst anil fourth ol whioh will be Express Train*.and w.ll not stop except at 'he Junctions. The 1! 4-5 Tram will reach Washington at 8.in a. m.. bams spec.ally ir terid* (I toaocoinmo.lateS>UM M ER RESIDENTS IN THECOIXTR,. A special Tram will i> ? run f-oni Waslu cton Junction to tiring the Express Triim Passengers arriving there fro*' 1 he West. JO~For Tickets of all kinds. Bas^ge Clocks and further inlormation, apply to TIIOS. H. PARSONS, Arent, At the Ticket Office, W athington Station, Or, W. P. sMITII, Master of Transport ition. L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent. Baltimore. May to. la**. 111a 8 ALEXANDRIA AND WASHINGTON. The Steamers GEORGE PAGE and THOMAS COLLYER will run regularly(leav ing the Seventh street wliarf.iat thej following hours: Lkavk Alkxan:*ia. at George Pntt?4>*. 8,10 a. m.; 3, and 5 p. m. Thomas Collier?7,9 II a. m.: 'i and 4 p. m. Leave WasuiMoTofi at George Pagr?*)^, 9,11 a. m.; 'H. 4. and 6 p. m. Thomas Collytr?8, In a m ; and5)fc P- m. Fare 13 Cents. Whaley's Omnibuses connecting with the Page and Coliyer leave the Capitol and corner ofUth st. and Pa. avenue the same time the boats leave Alex audria. RICHARD WALLACH.Prw. FOR MOUNT VERNON. The COLLYER will leave for Mount Vernon on TUESDAYS and Fit I DA YS, from Washington at ?>4 and Aiex.kuUna at 10 o'clook. 111 I ft 9AM' I. BAKER. C?pt. H ANVK AND ALEXANDRIA RA1LROAV () THE TRAIN leaves ALEXANDRIA -?aily at 7V a. in. for COR LtONSVILI.K : connecting with the trains on the Virginia Central Railroad, for the South and W eat. and with the I'raMi*ou the Manas saa 4?rip Kailror.d, for Woodstock and luterinedutte points. J. R. NICKLIN, ap 14 Ticket Agant. NITED STATES MAIL. i,INfc ONLY REGULAR LINE AMh WITHOBT rAlLrUK fOH I!iHT TliU, Tel CALIFORNIA AND OREGON YIA PANAMA RAILROAD. Rttnlmt Saiiisi Dmyt, ilk fVnk ?/ isiA Meal A. Cawtjow.?So manv frauds and imposi tioux of various K'll' * have been lately perrotrated on travelers Uiuiul toCALI FORNIA.that the subscriber, tlie only auth<>riie4 Agent for p*?a:ige b? the U. S. Mail Line, via Pana ma. in the oity ol New York, feels it his duty to caution all perKoim t-rekny pnssage to California, that, to avoid imposition, tliey must be oarsful tc find the trueotiioe of Him S:eamships of the U. S Mad Line, via Panama Railroad, as no other oifiot in New York is authorized toeu^aee passage. The Companies have only 01.e oiTioe in New V org, which is at 177 \\ est street, corner of Warreu street fronting 011 the Nortn River.it the head ol the Com panj's \V harf. IL7" Obeerve my sign over the door. toitL 1. W. .*V?ONtt rj'HE PACIFIC MAIL^STEAMSHIP COM O.-a ef the Steamships of this Cnmpesy, oarryleg the United States Mans for ACAPDLO.'^^jflte CALIFORNIA, and OR EGON, leavrs^?|OTk PaiAmatwise each month, on the arri^^^W^* ?alol the United States Mail S, S. Company'astcani era. which leave New Orleans and New \ org ref 11 lariy onMhand itnthol eaoJi mouth with the mails, and passengers oonneotiug via PANAMA RAIL ROADS. Theso steamships have been inspeoted and ap proved by the Navy Department, and guaranty ink aa<I saftty. The Panama Railroad (47 miles long > is now com pieted trom ocean to ooean, and is orossed iu 3 or 4 hours. The baggage of pamiengurs is oheoked 111 New York through to San Franoisoo, and pasiengers are embarked at Panama by steamer at the oompany't expense. The itmney paid in New York covers al expenses ol the trip. Reserve steamers are keet in port in Panama anc San Franoisoo. to prevent detention in case of aoci dent, so that the route is entirely rtliablt? no fail ?re having ooourreo in eight years. Passengers leave Pauama the same day they ar rive at Aaptnwali. Conductors go through by eaoh steamer, and taka charge of women and candren without other protec tors. For through tickets at the lowest rates apply at the agency, 177 West street. New York, to I, W. RAYMOND.-or to ARMSTRONG. H ARRIS A CO., New Orleans,-e |r* tr C. L. BARTI.ETT.lt,.stonT^ IniE GREATEST GOOD TO THE GREAT EST NUMBER. I witih all gentlemen to l>ear in mind that the plan ? adopted Ihree years ago ol seMiug HATS and HOOPS at rt durrtl prtrfi, FOR cash, is now 111 M00 cepsful operation, as thoubruiils of g?-nlleineii c.*in testify. ( I have jjvt received a full supply of the latest New \ork styles of DRESS HATS, which I aiu selling a* 83an. equal to any. and much lietter than is usually sold at 9* or and the best #:i Hat 111 the United States; and a good fashionable Hat at $150.?111 fact, ail kinds 01 H'tts niHl Caps viper oent. lower than tlie usual price*,?for task only. No extra prolits, in order to offset I>ail debts. I also have, on commission for a Philadelphia nuui ufacturer, a hut-rate Dress CAl.F-SKlN BOOT, at $3.75. just an good as any that are sold from $5 to ?:t; and a up lend i PATENT-LEATHER GAIT F.R, at .*33?i. equal to anv at $5 or and the very best CALF-SKIN GAITERS at ?25?. The Bootmakers of this oity can t*e supplied with Boots, as usual, at my regular prices. Terms oash. At ANTHONY 8, New York Hat Store. 7th street, opposite the Avenue House, fe25 3m Aaent for the manufacturers. I lHJ8.LTKup.rM IKiwu tuih?CUrfc'? } DUPUY'S new perpui FOR THE SEASON. KISS-ME-QUICK. WLLin Fkt.M FRAGRANT TULIPS. ?. DTJPUY, CHEMIST, 400 Broadway?New York. for ib? Soatfcar* of K*w Vork. Sold everywhere. m }7-9m f^OAlS. PANTS, AND VESTS, G EN1%* ? tl'lf N Ibl^l*N(i Ti< RYlCLES, A Ntw ?ad Frttk Suet, Now Opening at No. S7'i Pa. avenue, under Browne' Hotel, 0 ae?tf J. 8 HTKPHKNK plANOS FO* BALE OR JU JE RY VLLI8 jyjAILS OF THE UNITED STATUS. Port Owe* Diriiriim. Mm ft, Tt*. PropouJa Tor earn inx I h? mail* of the! hi ted State* fitHTt JuIt 15. IN. to Jane ??. trat. in the stateeof iTu'lSIANA. KKNTUCKY, TKNNKHnKK. MIWOiTrl!lLUNOlS. ft.ICHJGAN.and Wh CO>Sl>. on thelootes fi?d in Umtime *od manner k*rfn iMcihtd, will be r?o?iv*l M the Contract Mc? o| this Department until J. >? m.,of ? ednek dai.the Hi; h June next,to bede< id*d ou the next day. LOUISIANA. 83+0 From Nfttfthe*,< Mm.,1 by Trinity. U.. Vtda lift, Hirn>onbaiY, Copachft***. ColumhV and Smope. to Monroe, 1M nules and back, six timet a week, in four-bora* ooaobeafroui iSatohex to liarnaonburf. and two horse ooaches residue of route Leave Natchex daily, except Sunday, ?t ? a m Amve at Montoe third nay by t a m I.?ave Monroe daily, exeept Sunday. ft? 8 a m Arrive at Natchea third da> b> ?? ni. Mid* to ruu daili, anddivide the route by 'W tog one part of it at Harrisonburg. and corn^ niencint the other part at Marnaoi.hwrt. wlw endineat M<??'oe. by t he above -MM imnle of service. are invited. KENTUCKY. _ . . 0617 Froui Stanfo.d.hy Hall's Gap, W ayrceburch. Cartersvide. Adam's Mitla. Dobbsvrtle.Som erset. W.iitstioroiufe.Clin. MillSprin*. Mon ttoello. North Hill. Newtur*. ai?j Alpha, to A (ban) . U7 miles ai?d brn k. eix timea a week in lour-horse coariie* u lar aa N*n?ri?t and three times n week in two-horse coaches to Monticelio. thence to AIL .nj, with certaint*. celerity, iu.it security. I .eeve Stanfotd dx.Sy. except Sunday ,itf? m Arrive at Somerset i>> 5 j> mi l.eave Somerset Mt>nda?, Wedn?sda>, nnJ Friday, at oa m Arrive at Albany by 9 p in Leave Allruij Tuesday. Thursday, and Satui day at C a iii Arnvc at Somerset ?> p in Lea%-e Srnnmpt daily . except Sunday,at Gam Arrive at Stanford t> 5 p m M85Froir. Paducah.to F.xchante.Sim?oma.BentoB. WadcsboroU; h. tiak>e>, Muu??, i ?.eu?: Grove. Con>cravilie. 1'etn., Pari*. Albany, and Mao.Homa, l<iHuotU|i!(>n,Hi bulttkiiJ back.threetimes* we?.k uitwc >or>eroftjh<;a Leave mducah .Itunday. Wednesday, and Kill*) at ti a in Air.ve at It ut.tink-don next daytbv 9pm Leave Hun*..ncdou Monday, v\ ediiesday. aud Friday at Gam Arrive at Paduoali next da>a by S? p in. Bids for service in four-horse <a??che? inv.ted. <>701 1-rom Faducah. by Watson's. Palnta, Benton. Olive. Auroia, Hi?o, and Mikih, to M urrav, 6ft miles an" hack, twioe a w?H-k Leave Paoncah Tue*d*> and Thursday at *a iu Arrive at Murin) i? xi uays by 12 in Leave Murray \\ ednesday and Kiida> at I p iii Arrive at Paducah next < ays hj ti p m. Bids for thren trips a week invited. iTTtrj prom Sheibyville Eminence, 12 miles and back. three timea a w?k. Leave She!t?> ville Tue?ua\, Thuradn>. and Satuniar at t; a in Arrive at Kiniuenc* by 9 p in J enve Koiinence iueada>, Tl.uricnj, and Saturday at 12 m Arrive a- ??ltel!>> ville hj t p in. Bids lor aix t:ni?*? a week service invited. TENNESSEE. lWin Prom >asliville, .i* Clarksvil'.a, Cumbarland Iiom Work*. Lir,ep< rt. Cantou. Ky.. Ldoa v.i e. Southland. railua*ti. Cairo, III., Co I umbo*, Ky , Hickman. New Madrid Mo, Ci mpionriue. Ki? liarneii'a l.ai.din*. Tann., H.*oiu'a Point, i'ei.u..Silver T .p. Hiokmin'a He. d. Ark.. tloaoUt. Rand.-Ipli, Tewi.. Pecan Point Ara.,a'id D.dham, to Memj?hia, I en., 4tf? milea aril Inck. three times a w??k, la Mile and suttaMe f tesmiioat*. Leave .\a?hvine Monda), V\ edteaday, aud Ktiiay at ? p in Arrive at (Juno next XVciuekdzy, Friday,and Sur,a? v l>> 4 a in Leave Cairo Wcdncadr.y, Friday, ai.d Sunday at 5 a m Arrive at Memphis next Thursday. Saturday and Mond ,y by 12 in Leave Men.phi* Moudap, Tliurtuay, and Sat urday at 5 p p Arr<ve at C ai? o next WtdueuUy, Saturday and Monday by lea m Leave Cairo Wednesday, Saturday,ai.d Mon day at 11 a in Arr veat Nashville next Friday, Monday, and Wedi esday l>y 12 m. Bids to run in couuexion w.tli the ll'inon C*n tial tvailron'. betwaen Cairo aid Memphia, by schedule to be stated, are invited. From Athens l*y Seaee end Minir.'a Store, to Sulphur Spriuo, 22 miles and fc-oik. three tunes a week, in two horae roaches, during the watering ?<nu?ii, and wuta oert-onty. oe ler.ty and security the residue of tie year Leave Athens Mobd.iy, Wednesday and Fri day at ii a in Arrive at Sulphur Springs b? 1 p m Leave SulthurSprinca Monday. Wednesday, and F r idav at i p m Arrive at Athens t>* 9 t> in. (derviue on tuia route to cominanoe July 1 > MISSOURI. From St. l<ouii, Mo, by Harriaonville.II!., Hetfu aneum, Mo.. S?>ma. Hum Tower, poj-t Charter. III.. Saint Genevitve, Mo., Kaskaskia. 111. St. Mary's. Mo.. Cheater, III. Port Perrv, Mn? Jones s Creek. Ill , Grand Tower, l'ni<?n Point, shettielu. Mo.. Mociasinville. Clear Creek. II.., Cape liirar deau. Mo.. I'lieii-s. III., Sant, h e. Com merce. Mo.. Alexanilila. 111.. Hunt's i ;,nd in:. Mo Dok Tooth, II!.. Birdvi le, Mo.. Cairo, I I., Columbus, Ky.. Hickinan, New M ulnJ. Mo, Com pom. a-, Ky.. I>arnetl's Lan.lit g, Tenu , Suver I'<.p, Booth's Point, Tern., Ilickman's Hend. Aik t>ce?.l*. Kan do! ph.Tei.u.. Pecan Point, Arlf.,aud tfldaain, to Memphis l'fnn..4>i ootesand Uu k. luree tunes a we<k. in saleand suitable>tean.tN>a!a Leave St. I .nut* Monday, Wednesday, and F riday at C a ui Arrive at Cairo next day shy 8 a in. and at Memphis next \\ ednesday, Friday,and Sun day by 4 p in. Ltave .Memphis Wednesday, Friday,aud Sun day at 7 p in Arrive at Cairo r.cxt Friday. Sunday, and Tu'?jar bt <it in. and at St. u?m neat day a tberealtei by 7p mi, B|ls ic> run L'twe< ,i Cairo and Memphis in itoiincxiim with the Illinois Central Kaiiruad, by a sch*<lule to be st ited, are in\*itcd 111409 Prom J.ilir?on City, bv * latanlle Knreka, Minoii. Nashville, Providence, Kocliepoit. Ho.'iicvilie, Arrow Book, liuiscow t.uiu bri<l<e, Hninswick, UeWiit. Miaun. Hul s Landing. W a\eii), Be^.iu, t.e.MiiKion.Wel oi.^ti.n, l ainuen, n luuneiU, Skbi.j . .Missou ri City,Max well's Landing. Li?ertj l.wndiu*. . Kansas. Wyandotte City. K. Ty., I'a k vi'le. .Mo.,<iunidaro, K. ? y.. Delaware?'it?, i.eav enwortli i.i y. I-ort l.?av eu*..rih. Weston, Mo.. Kiukap< o 1 itr. K. I'|? la^an. Mo , At chinsou, K l>o.. ithan and Panueio, to Saii>s Mo..xym (cm a:'.d l?ack three tunes a week, in ^afe aiui auitat> e steamboats Leave Jederson t-ity Vlunday, \\ rdnes<lay and Kr,day on arrival "f <uis lioui St. Louis, say 9 p ni Arrive at St. Joseph in 4 days by 9 p m Leave St. Joseph Monday, \\ ttdnesday, and F riday at 7 a hi Arrive at Jederaori City in 4 days by 7 a in Hnia for six tuue? a week ?ei vine will l>e con sidered. 105:0 prom l.ilterty, by Smithville. R idpely. and Camden Point, to New Market ,3b milss aud back.onne a week. Leave Liberty, Meudav at aa in Air.ve at Mew Market by 9 j. in Leave New Maiket Tuesday at 6 1 m Arrive at Liberty by 6 p in. ILLINOIS. 11765 Fiom Rock lutandby Camden Milla. P.eaaant RnUe, Has et, llamiet. farry towu. Mil era burs. M?.ur?>e, New Bm'on a:.d K:ettisburt, to 0uuawka,5>muaaand l>ack. three tunes a week Leave Rook laUnd Moulay. Wedneada),atel Friday at S a in Arrive at (i?4ua? ka by R p ju Leave Oquawka Tuesday. Thursday and Sat urday at 5 a in Arrve at Kock Ittand by ? p m. 1S787 FrotnCouit.ApdStaTion.by Pierc. vi ir.^qttaw Grove,and FreeiB-id to Somonauk,?i nines and tiac.k, twic<> a week. J.eave C<>urtlaud Station Monday and Thurs day at 9 a in Arrive at Somor.auk !?y 4 p ni l .ea> e S.oinaiik Tuesday ai d Friday at 9a in Atriveat ? :?>iiriia> ,l station by 4 p hi. 117.^ Froiu Hiack!<err? Station.by li lack berry. Kar.es viile.Grouao, Hi& RtH-k.and Jerieno. to <<i(? tol St"'ion inil>>s aud ttfiok, twicea week. Lea?e Blackberry S atioii Tuesday and Friday at m a in Arrive at Bristol Stat on by 4 p in Leave Bristol Station MouJa* and Thursday at 9 a m Arrive at Bl&cklierrv Station by 4 p iii. 1I7M From Letanon, l?y u'Ka lon'a Depot. Shi oh. Beheville, SmiUIi'oii, Prmrie du I imix, ai:d lieckrr. to Red Bud, 'Jn in les and back, three ti us a week. Leave l.el.anou Monday, Wednesday aud Fri day at 7 a in Arrive at Red Bud by 6 p m Leave Red Bud Tuesday, Thursday and Sat urday at 7 a m Arrive at Lebanon ? > 6 p m. Proposals to end at Hollevilie invited. ? MICHIGAN. lSHtS From Detroit, by ureenbeld. Dak, Nai.kin. Pl? mouth, and Mead's Mills, to North ville. 25 milea and Itack. six times a week. Leave Detroit daily except Suuday,at7a m Arrive at Northvdie by 1 p m l.eave Northvii e da.ly. except Sunday at 2 p m Arrive at Detroit h. ipm. ^ WISCONSIN. 13167 From OsNkusn, by Hutte des Morts, Winne oonee, Kren.nn! and Wevauweira, t<> New London, and hack, aix tuiiee a week, m stiamU a'-.duriiu the season of navigation. Bidders will state distauce. and piop?>ee aohedale of arrivals and depart nres. Separate proposals will l?e re<*eivt d for service three tunes a week between tlsbkesh and Wejauwcea during his pension of navitat ion I310H From Two R ivers, by Spra*iie's Mill.Kewau nee. Ahuapee, and Foreatvilie, to Muiumu Ha) , Cii nules and tsiok, <<ncv a week. I.ctve two y ivera Mouda> at * a in Arrive at Sturceou Bay ueit do h\iip m Leave Sturgeon Hay Wedn 'sdn> at a a in Arrive at Two Rivers next da> b> 6 p mi. 13169 Frointireea B?y to Sturgeoa Ha>, as uuiea aud t*ck, onoe a week. Leave Green Bay Wednesday at C a m Arrive at Sturgeon Ba\ next'dav by u m Leave Sturgeon Hay Mon.'sy ?i <, a m Arrive at ttreen Ks v n-xt #ay by 12 m. Proposals for twice a w?ek service in\ itcd 13170 Pioin Reedahur? >o Kilbourne City, 15 m.'les and l<ack. three times a week. Lffvl.R ed*bur< Mo.daf. We<lna.day. and Pr ttfty in time to connect at Vilbou ne Cit? wiUi railroad trsi-. for tha e^t 1 ,'TSVK,Jibourne C,l? ^?ondiy. XVedne: day, "^n^^'Vftl of railroad fais rr, m ??"ee nouiaea ?n way. 13171 p.o; w.eiHr:,r;?, tfernandr?*ABrtr*WP'!" Gladesl.urf, Bell Cen Hjk onSaT^k MUi?",e- 40 ,uU A ndrewFnda, al6im Arrive at Lyaxv.lle by 7 p ro iiPnrUt^tffy*Ur 53*!^? Waahiaston. |?. Q. alio instruc.ions bar SI, IBt, in pamphlet fo aa. in alt the prinoieaJ post <nfc?oa. AaION V. HkUW N Jttl<'l?w?t J r?H?'1 inMll._ PROPOSALS FOR NAVAL SIPPLILS." f *rv DvrARYNEKT. f Ett'tmt> mf CmMrkdiw, Es*ir"u*t, tr^S Mm il. IW. i Sealed Proposals to furnish ???' supp1ie4 for the tbe fiscal y*er etui lug ?4t> Jeae. It4*. Will he re ceived il this Kvrtftn ?ilii S ?'onwk p. m .of lit* lath of June next. I brss proposals must I* en a#r?N"ff(trvii(< f?? /Ctriml *wpplts?, of Comtl'mr .toe. 4<-?" that tli?j IU| l?e ms.it guiaaed from other t.unueaa letters The materials acd article* e?nt? soed nui*d are Berticaiailv deso ibed la printed aofced ulM,?oy of which will he furnished to ?U"b a> Jr ?ire t<> offer. on appnoation to c* nonrtia indents of the respective yard*, or to (be navy Meat bmreel thereto, and 'hose of all the yards aeon ape.ioariofi to tha bureau. This dn ision into (Tasae* being ior the convenience ? f dealers ii> each. ? ueh aort.ots 7ill Ite tarnished a* aie at malty rr^uuaxl for bids, he commandant and uavt **ent of ea.h station Will have a copy <4 the sehediilee of the other tarda, for exaamnafioi ouiy. from w?ich it ana? t>e tud.ed whether ?t a ill be desirable to make appiu mm lor ?>uera nuit h* mule for tlie whole of a class at any ia.d upon one of the printed schedules. w in atnet oonformitv therewith, or lh?y will y?ot be oo? sidered. The?ontract will heawarded to the lowest A l* ladder who gives proper secerny tor ita feihl ment. The ? nited States reaervaa the ngkt to re jeot a'I the Udi of any oiaas, il d#?nmd egort iiant. ^ All artm>r inuat be of tbe *ery l?eat <4oa.'ity. ton# dcivertd in goed order aod in suitaM* veseels and p.-w kaies. as tbe c.iee may he. at the expanse aiwi risk m the contractor. and iti all respects Buhaeet to the inspection. iiiee-Bremeni. eoenl. wen hi, A a., of tli ? yard a here reoeir d and lo the entire set isfac tioa< f the commandant thereof. Biuders art refeired to the a. mmandants of tha reapectrve ysrds T01 a* tuples. instri??*t lona, or par tioular description of'ne articles ; arid, all cher tinnga l>c in* e^oal. pieferenoe wi.l be fieeti te arti clea of < ?*t?ricaii aroirHfactMia. 1 eery ntf r.iu require*! i>? tha law of HHh A?ca\t, ISM. u.u?t t?e aocoN pni.iril by a written (Wtiuta*. the form of winch ta herewith giva?j. Ti oae unit wnoae oflora m<t be aoorpti d Will be notified, and th* rv??irant wilt h* forwarded aa aooa t lareafleraa practicable, which they w.II he rati aired ioazacuta wuain ten da>a?i.erita r?aa?pt at 'h. pott otbee or nava acenc* iwnw*i h* them ruretiaa tn the lull amoabt will be re?|uire?l to aign the ?outract. and their reaptMiatlnUtt oertiheJ to l?y a L nited Matea diatuct judge. I Lit ad ^tatea diatriot ativrne?. oollector, ar n?v? ace?t. A a at) ditio^ai aeojri >, twenty par ceatam will be with held from the amount of the luila aat the a?ntract ? hai hare lieen oo??pleted ; and eighM per aanta-ii of aach laiUapp oved in triplicate lif tbe c-<>nimaii 1. auta of the reapective lan'a, will ba blid by the n\vy ueot at the pointa of del<?eri wiiLia tnrty daft after ita pr?a*Ltati> n tn li m. It 11 ktipulated in tne ooti'ract that, if default le made i.? the part < i>?.f the luat p?rt in delieermi; a t or anr of thearti?:a? nentioneo in any c.a?a bta !<?? m tne o'latraot.of tha quality Bid at Ihe t.meaiii plaoes aU>ve provided, then and in trat caae, th' ooatraetor and lua aaretiea will f?<r!rit and pti 1 > tlis I niled ^iat?? a anin of nunei not exoe?dit< twice the amount of auch a aaa. which mar lie ? covered fioru time to lime, aocording to tbe ant n| Congreaa to that oaaa provided, approved Mai oh i, mx C.araea Noa. 1,2.4,6,7 to t? deiivorad one fourth pi'tonor liefore tha 1 Wh M ty, one fourth part <mi or before th* Sub Ju > , one fourth part tiy tne I'th 8eptatn*?er, and the remainder b? the t?t tieeemltei, Itf.Y. Cuter 3 ami H, ttewtio.a l?y the ISth May. ia&*. The remaining cMaaaaa to l-e de tvered one fourth part on or lie fore the lat Sepiemlxr neat, one fourth part on or tiefore the lat l>?o^tBl<er neat, one-fourth part on ?r tiefore the 1st April. **d Ihe remainder oa or before the 9 th June. liSd, unieaa ear ler lequired with a notice of IweFVe days, ami priaing at each deliver* a dae prop r'inn of e*(>h ar tide. Class '.Hand all i??t'-owiiic.if additKKial qi.?? t.tuB of any cl the articles named therein are de ntanded. 'hey are to l? furmsliad on like term* Bud coaditioua previous to the eap:ra'ioa of the hxa! year, upon reociving a notice ?T fcftaen <lays fnxo the Iniraau, the commandant ol tha yard, or aa\ * aiHt. Fortn b/ Of?r, I. , of , in tha i*Ute of . hereby agree to furnish and ueliver. in tha re peot venaw yards,all tne arti?.lea tuiiiietl in tbe clas?e? hareuui< auaaaed. agreanoly lo the provu iocs of tbe snhed Ul?a th?r?for, and 111 conformity with the advertise ment o| the oiireau of Construotion, Ac, o| the 15th of Mar, 185ft. Should my i.lfer lie acc pteo I raqneat to )>e audrea-eJ at .and the oontr?tt i-nt to the navy agent at , or to ?.for signature an 1 oertihcate. < Ua.e. I Siguatare. AH. Ttee schedule which the l>\diter ene osea must 14 ?Mated to niB off?r. ami each of them aigoed by him. Oppo-itB each article in the schedule the pri?a u.u?t Iw set. the amouut curied out, the ag?regat? footed up for each ciaas, and the amouut likewise wr>(teu tit words, Fortu e/ (iNiraair/, The undersigned, , of . (be Stars of . and ?, of , ib the State of , hereto gu?ra?ty that luoaie the foregoing bid wi U* any of the clashes therein named be accepted, he or the) will, within leu day a after tue receipt of the contract at the post offio# i.aiu*d,?? navy ag?ut designated, exeouta the <-ontraot or ihs ame. with good and ? uffieient sureties ; and in rata said ? shall 1411 lo euti r into cut traut as af.ire said, we guaranty to make gv>od the diMerence 1 Iwnaii th* ofler of the sa?d and that winch may be aoceble4. Signatures of two guarantor, c n. Oatr, p r va itness. I hereb\ certily that the above warned are known to ms as men of piwpeity, asd able lo asake go. <1 thetr guaraLte?. Signature. 6 II. To be signed l?y the ('nited >Utea district judge, I nited Mates district atloiue), c?mector. 01 mh agent. 1 be follow 1 nr are the classis required at Ihe re spective navy yards: KITTKRY, MAINK. Class No. in. White pine. Cla s II. A?h alaidl No. U. Blaolt waliiiitaud cherry. No. ri. Iron ,x>* 'U. Spikes aud ua'ls. No ^1 I,ead. zoic, an I trr ;ao. S, Paints, oils. AO. ,\o. ? Leaiher. No Hose. >0 .1?. Pitch, tar. and rosiu. No. Sb. Tat low. soap, aiid oil. CHARI.KSTOWX, MASSACHrSF.TT^ Ciaas No. I. White .ah iitgB. No * VN hite-oea promiscuous limber. Nu. I?i. V\'|iite pine \o 11 Ash au? cypress. No. 14 Hickory IhiUb, eln ti ber. and White wood. No i!?. StAvea. I^o. Iti d iarh 3raoe. N??. 21. Iron. \o. Sprkes bin! nana. No. . I.ead. xiuo. and t?n. No. -I. Pig Iron. No. .TV HarJa-are. N<?. faint*, oils. Ac. No. a. Hbx can' aa. No. J*, t'oiton CAnv&s. N'o. Si Flax hti.l coiton twine. Nu. X. i.laea. No. ?. Jwarlnr. No. :U tloae. No. 34. H'UbIimb. No. is Boniina aud dr* gauds. N??. .">7. P ica, tar. roam. raH.ow. ?oap, <?il. No.Jft. Ship ohanitlen . No. eu St ationery . No. 41. Fire wood. ^ v B.BISI!SLV^ I?KW VORK. ClaKsNo. I. \> hite oak Io4b. No. 3 XVhite i?sk sioaisrttous tlibber. Nr. fi. Yellow am rlana sto, a f"; N'i; /?' V h,v P",#- " Ash, ovpieaa. wliite r.sk lioardr. No. 12. H aek walnut. e,.e,,?. Ao. No IA Locust. No. 14 White ashoar*. hick or? Inrs, and liutts. No. li. White i>ek stave. bi,.| hesdii g. No. in. Hluck, spruce. No. ik l.iani m ?it:r. No. 21. Iron. No. Spile and Mula. N.? ?. I .Okd,, ziiie. tm. No. i'l. Pig 11,.11 No A. Hard ware. No. i7. Paints, c.u, Ac. No. iti Plu ?wn vas. No. 2M, ?;<>tton moras. No. 9s. I- l?g an?l e t ton twine No.il. U?aa. No. f. I.eaiber No u iio*e. .\??. M. Hrukh^?. Nci ^ iiunTinc *nd dr% g.^?de. No.-17. Pitch, tar. ros.n. No. 3h Tal.uw soap. oil. No. A*. Mni? ohai:dicry. No. 4<>. Station er\. No 4>. t-ire wood. PHI!. A DELPHI A. PENNSYLVANIA. C.ixa No. t. \\ Lits <<ak logs. No. 2 White osk plank No. 3. \\ ??ite oak pronniacuoua ti.iif>er. 6 \ eilca* p tie p'anfc ?to.?k iogs. No. 7. N el'o* p 1 ?? iMBms No. I". \\ h te-puie. No II. Ash. e* pir>? whiv-oak U.ards. No. -2. N|.ck walnut. ?beiea. No. U. Lo<-jkt. No, 14. \\ 1 ite ash oar* and Hick ory lor*. No. 16 Biack tpruce. No. |g. 1 ignuui Vila- No 2'. Iron. No ,-2. Sp.kes ami uaiU. >??. Lwd zinc, him1 tm. No. 55 Hardware. ^o ;t. Paints, oih. Ac. No. ?. K'ax esuivas. ?o.sneoi t'-n canvas. No. ?> Klax iiud oot'on twi e. *oSi filais. No JJ. Leatber. No. ??. Ho.e. No. ~U Hiuahes N'o. tvri. Huntinc aud d'l iiisnIi. [\ o si Piieh. tar. rosia. N > -it Callow, noap.oil. .No.;*. Shipcuai: l|jr>. No 4 ?. Siati. neiy. WAMIINOTOV. DISTRICT of COM MRU Class No in. V\ hi-e pine. No.lt. Ash. oy presr. white ortk lionrtls. No. Il'ark ?priice \0 Iron No.?.'. Sp kes at d nails. No it lead, and tin. No. 24 Picirua. No 2S Hardware. N.. ? Paints ai d oiis. No. iy CoClott esnva.. N,. 3 '. Ha* and cotton tame N'o at. <>a?s No i. t.ia'ner. No. U7 Piteh. t-.r, ;osui. No ? j Ta.Iow. so.p.oi.. No. ii. Slop ciiauitlery No.-, Tai.kMh.f p mi lev iron No 44. t.kafn ir%ni. No. 4". In.otcot per. No. 47. Miscellaueous. Lt>SPtiRT. VIRGINIA. Class N*?. I White-oak l<?ga. No ?. |?,|, w i ir.( plank stock logs. No. I? Wli.te p.ne. \?. n \v'i aud cypress. *o. 12. |<!bcV walnut, ch riy, inn i.ogahy liatta No 14. Wk te a?li ours, hick ?!* bit No. ib. Itlavk?spi uce N. . la. I.ijiuuim na No* 21 Iron. No. U. Siukes .uel natST No * I ea.'* * nc. and tin. No. 21 Pif: iron No. 2* Har.lu?re* No ,7. Paints. o,i.. A e. No. ? F.hx oanV ? 4.ottoa eauvae. Nn.Ji. Flax ?n I ctL utWi e No ji.i.iM. No LeBtior. N- lHrn. No*. Kruches. No Uj HiiuUnk ?t?d d y tooda No jtJ. piton t*r. r. siii No. si. i'alow.soip. ?,>|, No.X Ship handIsry. N'o.4i Stationeiy ... >VAR KINGTON. FLORIDA L.aaa No I. \\ tuts osk logs N??. a. White <iek~ P'oii.i.cuoua timl<er. No. 4. White o?ik keel r.ie?-?? a?d rudder afH-ka. No. In. Whue , i e N,, r Hlaek wa.i ut and cher y. No. I*. I.o.wst. No i! Uhlte-ish ours, l.ic ko. y |?rs Bud l-aits. N., |? LigBunavi'w. No.St |r.?. No. tn. I?a4,zibc, im. ~?'a H*rd,r,lr?- No. Pamta. oiIk, A c. ma 14? awlv | TNITK1) 8TATKR PATENT OKKICK. ^ Washikoton. .Mbt u. l?aa. On the petition of J. V. A. Wempte and ti. Weet lorwier of Chieago, lih?,.B, and the latter ?d ^cheueciudy. New \ ork, praying lor the extensiono| a pitteut granted to ibf? on the ISth of July, leu, for Mi iinpn-vsnii'et in "niacliines |..r tlireshirig and oleining grain." for seven stars liotu theexpira ion of said patent, win on lakes B.ace ca the lUbrtny ? | Jel?.l?bi- r It is ordered, that the said petition l?e heard at the Patent Olboe oe M mala*, the i?|i vf Jmi* .?xt% at uO elooA. Ml.; and all peretois are aotibed Iobb jn?r and show cause, if any they have, why said i>e tition ought not to lie granted. LPersons opposing tlie extension are reeaired to leinthe Patent t >?ioe their ot^ections.speeialU srt irth in writing, at least twaat* dav. i^-l.-re 11,, testimony ti ed by ^rty lo 1^. ??< U haar!^ tbe taken and Iw'mmm,* i^^llIL"#0,,fd,V,? w,lh l.'?* r?'?of the oftee. which will he furnished on application. The testunonv in the ease will he Hosed on the if or Jaty ; depositions and other paaors reio-d Bioiaa iBBti.iMHiy must he hlnB ta tne .dkoeoaor l~ roen the morning ol thai day ; the anumaiU. if an* within five days thereafter. arguinesla, M any, lirtleie<l. also, that this notioe Iw published in the n .if*1**14* *>? C.L. and National I ikou _ ' ''I!0"' once a week h>r three taeoeuii* "'et mf said pahtieat or a ta he at lea^t sixty days before the l*h o| Julv nest, the ol hsoring. JOSePH HOLT. Commissioner of Pataets. . Wltw* ff *be above papers will ileasa oopy, 'b?r bilis to 14M Ptleat OAoa,with a p?uer SA14 1AW??