Newspaper of Evening Star, 10 Nisan 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated 10 Nisan 1855 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. [From tb?' Button AUaa of April 4 J The Charge of the Paul Pry Brigade. Up stair* and d-?wn stair*, Through the b^u-e onward, In closet and clothes press peeped Not quite a hundred. Searching and peepinf, went Not quite a hundred ; ? With six committee men Ten ' them blundered "Forward !" ti.e chairman cries, " Se.?-cl> all the nunnertes, Onward, ye gallant fpies, Not quite a hundred!" " F irward, each Md Paul Pry, Courtesy, decency, With ui are all in 'your eye,' . - ; Who cares who blundered .' No one here dare* reply. No one but women mrh, Then rouse your courage high,' Into ?*ach corn-r ?pv. Ttiougli not quite a hundred." Ladies to right of them, L.adie? to left ?>l them, Ladies in front of them, Trrmbled an^J wondered; Nothing coul 1 tl.ey nppoM To the invading P?e-, Poanimg where'er they chose, frying w>t i eyed and nose, Not quiie a hundred. Opening closets hare, T?;s?!i".g the dresses there, Gi'lan had debonair, Fuuiblius at ro-tafx's, While la ies wondered Where such callants were bred; lain the chape' sped Heroes with hat on lfad ; PioiM he !rr? <limnk with dread, Not quite a hundred. Ladies to riaht of them, Ladies to left of them, La iin in front of them, Trrmbl^rf and wondered; What car. d these valiant men Th*s? nobly daring men ? Harmed U.em not lady's fear, llaruied ibem n >t lady'4 tear, Their *s was a minion high, Into each corner pry, Not qrite a hucdrc.?. When can their glory fade ! O, th" brave charge they made! Wbil? ladte? u-ond* red. II*?nor tli" charge ther made, Hosnr i'aul Pry * bti;i tde, , Not quite a Hundred! Jcoxomi.?A slight knowledge of hu' man nature will show, .says Mr. Colqu houn, that when a man gets on a little in the world, he is desirous of getting on a little further. Such is the growth ol provident habits, that it has been said that if a journeyman lays by the first fire shillings, his lbrtune is made. Mr. Wi'liam Il&il, whe has bestowed great attention on the state of the laboring poor, declares that he never knew an in stance of one who had saved money com iog to the parish. And he adds, more over, 44 those individuals who save mo ney are batter workmen ; if they do not do the work better, they behave better, and are more respectable ; and I would sooner have in my trade an hundred mcr who save money, than two hundred wh( spend every shilling they get. In pro portion as individuals save money, thei: morals improve ; they husband that lit tie, and there is a superior tone given t< their morals, and they behave better foi knowing they have a little stake in so ciety." u^Mayor Wood has received a lettei stating that the Commun?of Niederwye, in Switzerland ha3 sent 320 of their poor est inhabitants to the United States Upon a protest against their embarka tion, maeie by the Lniied States C'onsu at llavre, they were then provided witl $10 each, to show that they were no destitute, aud seut to New Orleans. IT'jfrs. Jane Richardson, of Asln county. North Carolina, has now livinj one hundred and seventy four children grand children, and great grand children Mrs. Richardson is the daughter of Capt Johh Cox, a distinguished officer in th revolutionary war. CIT^'Never be critical to the ladies,1 was tue maxim of an old Irish peer, re markabl# for his homage to the sex; "th only way a true gentleman ever will at temp to look at the faults of a pretty wo< is, to shut his eyes." CCT^The Galiipagos Guano has beer analyzed by Prof. Ilosford, of Harvard C ollege, who pronounces it among the most valuable o! guano deposits as it contains more ammonia than the best Peruvian specimens. MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. Nam*. Leave For Dam. 'n"*n New York. Havre.... Apl. 1 Jioelou Liverpool.. Apl 11 vv^*/nn^ton..? Bremen New York..Mar ?3 America Liverpool.... Boston .. .Max. 31 0q- The California tKeaaerd leave New York on the 5th and 20th of each mr?nth. ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS. Xatlon?l HoUl-r. D. willed W C Butler, Vi R P Onvl.undro, Va J A Calv. rt, DC J Fife, do L Pint, do II A t 'acil, Ky M Youiv, Md c P ScruUs, Mich J Naaaa, jr, DC E P Uw-de. DC J Tenn J Moore, do J K Kane.jr, Pa J ? altfwc?|, Va J McDowell Ya i 'i 11 al>tr? Jo TP McDowell. do H P. PhiiUjM, NO J B Sutherland, Pa kunkei t Troupe A Aggers it lady, l> E row na' Uotat-r * B. B*ow?. &525* Tm MKDc"?k?? ? ??-. iv? ** C A Jordan. d? ,p ^ Mead, dw C ^ Brown, do it f14 " L ,lo wt r'w ' Z W ranai,tf Va W T Baker, Pa Mra j?nts \ Y M ?"li !,1 . 11 Adams m, Ui H P Poiadar.er. <*o E 11 Pritchctt. Va Misj Piii.deiter, do E llei.'kcl:, Pa J Janney,jr, do T .M B^itholow, Md t nltcct States Hotel?r. c. iiacenbt. V R Punwell, Va J 11 Taylor, Pa F Hei-cox, ,\ Y Mi-* C Wyette, N Y H Luffun', Ml Mrs Wvette do W skf.fl, id, Ya Mms Fletcher, Va II (> Ue*d, do Wu- Coibm, do J J rt;?ttl|, do E W Hatt. r, fa . dlJ 3 11 Sbindell, c'o do w A Nicliota, do v i. I,a>,wr? * ' J H ?live, SJ r MeCuraa, do Wtlla'da* notaiTTa.lt j. c.wiu^w. "4t^iJKSfi? Kn, 8-C Cariaad a lady, Cho, C Belcher, xi ? ?'*UO" . . . Mr R.Jdlel M ,.s !nh "-'J'' * Jaughur D McCnm, do ?'r VniLl r ^ a . Mr.JiS icbol-, do I, w^rT"1' d;' Mi* H A VV Jl.uo, ,,o J W Ke'lmi' 1 i,-, I; A U M N t aiN, Md T VVibim. 1*^ C Durin, do J Co.,ke, do B VV Feili, Honolulu D.ui Amiuen Com Vorheef, US\ Capt 11 B No'nts Dr McCoraiick, L:SA Klikwood H*nt?j. b. h a. mttwooB. P W 1^ onus. O E Robi'ison & son, Va ? 2 Ii! B S Mercer, Md 7* Medley, W L" Mercer, do J Conuv. do j || Mercer, do J B ebf tt r, Man G D Mercer ,o"^ '' SU ? N Paio:non, DC J llMMoa, do E Helm. Va O Puiuphrey, do p A Gibbon- k sod, MJ K Ariwtxoua, NY EH Thorp, OaJ UOrceLou^i and lady, p Headle/, do s NAVY SUPPLIES?185 5-'56. NAVT DtPUTMiRT, Bnreau cf Provisions and Clothing;. V Mh rch 15, 1-65. J EPARATE Pil0P03AL3, a;.d endtrscd 4,Pr ftt Navy ?urplios," will he re:ei?el at this II area until 3 o'bl"?% p. m . on Saturday, the 14th ''ar of April next. for furni-hirg ami ieliver ing (on receirinj ten days' actka, exept for M'cnit, for which fl?e days* *cti e *ball be given for eT??ry twenty thousand pound* required) at the United Sta'es nary-yard* at Charlt-?town, Massarhtuefs, Bro klyn, Vew York, and Grspo. t. Virginia, such qaantities, cnJp cf the fallowing article* as may be required or ordered from the contractors by the chief of this bureau, or by tbe rw-p-ctive ermmanri lu|C offl*?r.i of the aaid navy-jardi, during the fiscal year ending June 30,1856, rlz: Flour, bfrcait, whiskey, sugar, tea, coffee, rice, molasses, vin?gar, pickles, be?is and dried app'es. The four ah ell ba superfine, aud of the manu&e tare of wheat grown in the year 18o3 or 1666; but shall In all eaees be manufactured from wbeat of the crop <mmrd:ate!y prece-ling the dates of the re qu sitlen fcr the ram?; shall bep-rfectly swest, and in #11 resp-oU of the bett qi ality. an* hhVil be deliv ered in good shlpplne or.?er, freeo' all charge to the United 8ta*e?, in the host n w, w-li-searoni- i, scund Lrigbt barrel*, or half barrel*, a* the cs-se may be? the stave* and healdg* to b* of whi ??.*k of tho beet qutlity, strop* and Well |be Oped, with lining hoops around each Lead, and equal in quality to sanp'e bairet at aaid mtt yards; two half barrels to be considered i" a barrel, and not more than one sixth the required qaant-trto be in half barrels Ths biscuit fLall be made whclly f.om sweet su perfine flour, of the marutneturecf ibe y**r 1#M or 1854 but it nil in ni!<as-e be manufardurwl Itoti Ajur made of tho crcp immediately pn ceding th<> da+ee cf th* requisition* for th? SRine; ana shall be f"lly equal ii qualify, and conform iu sise acd ships to th^ tiiapifs whieh are d-poeit*d in the said navy y*rd; stall b- pr-iperiy baked, thorough 'y kiln dr?*d, well taa-ei, and delivered fre* cf charge to tba United State?, in good, aound, well dried, bright flour barrel*, ma above d-scrilfd, *itb the head - well secured; or la air ard water-tight whl?key or spirit barrels, at the option of the bu reaa. Ihewhakey ahall be made wholly frrm gra'n, ?ound and merchantable, aud be fi ty p?r cent above proof according to the United states custom house standard. It shall bedDitver-'d in good, new. sound, bright, three qa>rters hocp?d, well eeaec ned white oak barrels, wi:a whit? onk b*ad?, the head? to be ma le of three piece hfadicg and well painUd; tna staves not to be le^a than % inch thick, and the beads not leas than % ineh thick; and each barrel ?hall be ccepered. in addition, with one three-penny iron-hoipon each bilg? 1V? inch in widta.and 1-16 i> inch thi? k, aad cn? three-penny hoop on easl chime, 1 % inch in nidtb. hid 116.h iach thick, as P?r diaarnm The whole to b* put In gocd sh t ping o:der, frc e of all cbareo to the United States. The snttar shall be according to auDplr* at ih paid navy yards; and be dry and fit for packing. The tea shall l>e of goo i quality Young Hyson, equal to the tample; at said navy yards. i he coffee eha.l be the b?t Cuba, according to ?ample Tbe rice shall Ve of tbe vfrv Wst qualify, and of th? crop tmineiiately preceling vhe dates of the re quiaitionf t-,r tbe rsme. Thp molia es sLall be folly ?qcal to the very quality of New tf'rlean'; molasses, aad eha'l be deh v ered in we l-seasrnwl red oak tarr 1^, with whi ?? p na head-* not lees ?h;m ] J inch-thich ; the e'ares not le's than % insb thick; the barrel* to ??e thrs.*e quartern hoop-; J. end. in adJ.tton. t:> h?v* fr.ur irou hoops one on each b lge, itch in width and no tixtscnth Irch tb'<k, and one on ea> h ch:ma li inch in width, ai-d 1 lti iceh thick, au4 soail W tho-ru^hly cco^e eJ and plajtd in the Vet rhi'-ni- l: condition. The vme^ar shaUbe of th- fir?t quality rider vii e^ar, eqtral to tbe s?atd?rd of U:e United Hit* 1 h roiceoyaeia. and r?ha I conta!n no o'.her tiitr. a-?etic acid; and rhiU bo de'iiv-red in barrei? a mi lar in all respe?U to the S3 r j^uire 1 ior moias es. with the esc>piion that toak stav#s and hetilp 'h^ll be substituted for red oak s area aad uhlte P'.ne h ?ai?, and *hail be thorr ughly cocpertd due planed io the best shipping ordar. Thep'.'kles sh^ll b- put op in iphi bound cask*, and each ca^'n thall coata.n one gailon of onioos. one gadoa of p*p;era. and thirteen gallons of tmni: eucucb-Ti.and the tetfetab'e? in ?arh shall we gh ninety pijuud^, and they oniy be raid for; and eack cas^ Knall then b* filled with white wine vinegar o at feaat 42 de jr^a otitreegth, aud equa; to Frrarh vireg*r: the o%eks, Tfg-UbWi, and Tiuegar s'.iali ooat. ria aad be e-;ual in ?il rrepecM to he tamplee depoa'te-i at tbe abore natn-i uavy yards, and the contractors shtli w&rTant aad gnjranty thn thev wili ke p good and toar.d for at ie?t two y ars. T^e b-a i? abail he nf the vtrv be it Qua i y w ?ite bea&?, and shall be of ths cr-p jihmediately prtc<?d ing in? da-es cf he requisition f r the saxo. 'ih> driel ??rP>^ b- of Hie bej t quality, and thall be orepaied iy cua-a'jfinrj c uly. nod anal! be ot the crop of the aatuma iuiiu?uiuely p.e<vjiinii tli6 of r*uu ^it cun ior tho huq^. All tho fiaregoing d scr l?ed art'cl?-a, embracing hiif b'liclb niid box*?, nhsli b^* huc* ject U sich iocpeuiou as th? chieiof U.is buri^u may dirett,e t;.a;e.-ilu^ ? m er to ?j,p .inteO bj . he ^ujy l*epar men. Ad ID> p etiote to be at tae p ac * of delivery. Uircuit may, ? w Ter. bo i-.-^c' el at tbe place of mtoa 'a^tu'e, but trill ia all caw be subject to a final iutpccli u at the piaca ? f deliv ery before b:d^ are sfgoed tiiereSnr. The price of elltha fLr gon? ariicrei to bo the ??me thr ;vgnout the ytar.and b ud rs may iflerfcr one or more ;utic!?t. All the c^aSR, laiTe'rt. end h?lf barrels, bojes. or packa^s.sl-a'l t* marked with their contests and the oontraot. r'a n1Ce Al. the b;irre s and talf barrels of fi ur, br-ad, aud pl.kela thV.l have, in alditmn t*> tu- aaove, the ye^r when manafacturea or tut up. m :rkel upon ihea. The *asp'.ee referrel to in tLie adverti?em?n? an tho e H'lec cd for the ensuing fi?.-ul ye^r. and hav 'hitrtt? rCt *tC^ 04 ,ilVi Prev*CU5ty exfli' The quantity of these articles which will be r# quired c -anot oe preciiely sUUtL They will proba bly be about? ' To Iw efferoj for. S*";; , J.200 bbu r^>r bbi Shirks 'WT P MU0 ,tB n, k y...%. 3fi,000 (?!?# jf^] 200 0001-. per lb T? 20,t-?j0lbj je-r lb 10 t'OJ lbs j>r lb - aw too lb:- per lb n J* **' W 0ii0 eais per gal vf^Bi ? 0 000 bu. h.... per hr.eL C^Tr"V SO.fiOo ga'e per gal ? J ? 60.000 lbs t?r lb r.ckles 130 OU) lbs per lb Tho qnaatiiie- of any or al! m,y be increased or dteiwated as the w-rn-e may L?rreifttr rentjire T .e ooctrac-.s wrl ther-f r.t be mad^, not f r snec* fi: q iar.*it e-, bu* for such q ,a'titio# n.* tbe a- rv ct ^'c * 10 L? dciiTtPHl ?*tho:? naty-yarda rc Co; uactor- not residing at the p'aCf? vhn* de ?;^,rtrr,a rr1 au* e-t4b i"h *-'?ci-s at such p-a ?, that no daiay mi.y am; in furniabin? wh^t u>ay be r-?iiijr?d; an-1 wh n a ctntractor ?-i's ?MPif "n.the Chiet of the bur.au of l?roTi:ioo? an! CP.thin* frha!l be au tlioiisol tocire -t r erchn??s to be m*de t.> supoty the Jeilo.eaty, und-r the pcoalty to be exsrerx - i thf tlj rrr, S. r.1?:iIU.n ?trT?.Vli e. .coW thws-f it th. H irer.u of n CT-m of the navy-ytrda af>r-said 6ha^l be end nee that sach requisition has been made and received. .JfeTTk! ?V"'S racit be for mh article at ach f the sfcre'an n^vy-yard-; and in ca e more of*thr?e *tl lif1^nUin'dln tfM> cfr"r- th? thb t Of the Uur-au wiU have tha right to w ct pt oc- or more cf :hi artidvs csnfal- e-? 1* ouch be remainder; and bidders whose nropctli Slffil 1MM cluers) Vill u f rtl.vith ^?tlfi*J, and m ,arl7 as pia-ticable a contract wiil t?a t t1' U U'eia f 'r ,Xecuti0D5 which con ?.? f V? "^-^ned to the Ecraau w.ihia t?a ays exc.us;ve ?f the !imj rujuirel lor the r-ga'a -an>mi ai&n of the raa L K * thlWmJLat^ *t,Prov?J in a sum cqral to ll I ?J, S? ^ amount of t ie re'pwtire contracts, will U P"r Ct"I'tu'u in wld.tion win be withr-ell frc-ui tiie aui uut of all r- vmei td to r rf?*UttS al B cor'ty in aldttion, be na??l nr t'i^i ?'and not in anytwut to SiL-f^ r tViH,a a11 " p ots complied wi h male Vi be^n'?.0/ ,th? km'Jl:nt ^ ??' deliver J days nf ?-r b II; d -ly au JieliT^tSVhll! Lav presents! to hi.n. 411 LaTo be,:n ll.up.h rej II slit, K.. Viirk.Vhii.hMU, edin conformity with this undsrataii.:jur Kvery offer mwlj must be accorc^rii,-/! j. If Sf Uu,???*,t??i Ih.! th, UMi 01 bLj"r? i ,| if hi. o, their IM fco ?o?;.;M, ,...cr ^7, . E?2 ^ ^ Mat Jat n^'iS ;r:i^ fcrL ie The lar can hi oar. id hV thL prOIV;K*ll nnh-.ti accoa,. paiij. d by tee gnai^ctee req> ir?d by !^w ? tve c- m pt^nreney of tha guarantee to bv T-rMn V? che.navy a.ent, district the general grverumant kn.-*n tcihe bvireau. The a. ert:oo of Lildera is callel to tbe sarnies ani description of arii-Jw required, as iu U?e lT wi 1 be trade l?-tw cn t e ar ic!ee rfferediinl 'he femple a d cntract, r cti?in^ mne t^ot fall below ^cSd'twt. ,,r a,V-jtl?D ij Piticui.riy di u"Klt?a'? *~X" OM ' ^ a~ ?f Cvnifrtu a]tpmtci jt u ? utt ly ?'Hae ? . , , afte- tb, '***?*. That from and auppli* iTrttil k Tk 7?r-T P'0 ^ I" ca audec the provlM> to th ^1 tiry 01 th" f#*T-,r' for the navy, J ? ?ene?--?J appropriation b 11 and IXylhZ? ?hVn Ki ei-ht^n hu" written guarautW aJj^Ki * by a K1- ~?on*. to S'JSnHZ h"* *^or# uw u? war?iaS'ttSJiSit; aiaepted. nt*T Into an obligation in roch time u may b? presciibrd by the Secretary of the Na*y. with good and scfflcitnt s*ir-eti?s, tofurni*h the sup plies prep sea. No propoal shall bo considered nn less secoiapinlei by such guarantee. If after the a.:e.-p:?nc9 of a profo?%l and a notification thereofto | the bidder or bidders, he or they shall tail to ?oUr int3 an obligation within the time prescribed by tbe 8*cretsry of the Nary with (food a*id sufficient sore tie?, for mrnisbing tbe supplier, then t? e 8e< retary of tha Nary shall procecd to contract wlih some other person or persons far furnishing the said sup pltos, and shall forthwith cau*e the difference be tween the amount contained in tha proposal so gutrabtled and the amount for which he may ha?e oontractel fur furnLhing the said ruppllns tcr the whole reriod of the proposal to be eha-ged up against said bidder or bidders, and his or their gear antnr or guarantors; and thesunemav bs immedi ately recovered by the Unitid States, fer the use of the Nary D?pirtm*nt, in an action of debt against either or all of taid persons." [Publio, No. 7.] Jonrr Rssoicnos relative to bids for provisions, | clothing, and small stores for the use of the navy. ttuoivtd l?y Uit &'note and House of Erprescnta-1 tiiej of (Me Unit"I State* of Ameriai in Congress as iemUtd, That all bids for supplies cf provisions, clothing, end small 6tores for the use of the navy may be rtyected, at the option of the department, if made by one who is not known as a manufacturer of, or regular dealer in, the article proposed to be furnished, which fact, or the reverse. must be dis tinctly stated in the bids offered: that th- bids of ali persons who may hsve fculed to ccmj.ly with the conditions of any contracts they may have prev* ously entered into with the United State* shall, at the option of the department, be rejected; that il ?ore than one bid be offered for the supply of an article on account of any one party, either in his own name, or in the nam* of his partner, clerk, or r.ny other p-rsoto, the whole of such bids shall be re jested at tbe option of the department; and that co partners of any him shall not be received as sure ties^"or each o'her; and thut, whenever it may be deemed necessary, for the interest of the govern ment and the health of the crews of tbe United States vessels, to procure particular brands of flou. which are known to kaep test on distant stations, tha Bures.u of Provisions and and Clothing, with the approbation of the Secretary of the Navy, be. and hereby is, authorized to procure the same on the best Urms, in ma' ket overt. Approved 27 March, 1864. mar 17?lawiw PROSPERT'S CORNET BAND NO. 1 MR. FREDERICK PROSPERI begs leave to in form his friends and fjrmcr patrons that this band has been fully re organized and id now under bis direction, and lie is fully prepared With a hand of the most Scientific Musicians in the city, to fur nish music for Balls, Parties, Parades, Pic Nics, Ex cursions, He., at tbe shortest notice possible, by ap plying to FREDERICK. PROSPERI, Leader,CHA8. PROSPERI. Conductor; IULBUS h. IllTZ'S Mu sic Depot, or at PETER TALTAVULV, opposite the Garu^n, G&rruun street, Navy Yard, fob 19?3in* RARE CHANCE FOR A MAGNIFICENT Pl ANO.?We have on exhibition at the Fair at the Smithsonian Institute, four mijv?rb PIANOS, which w<Te made expressly for th s fair and may be relied upon as superior instruments. We will dis pose of them upon very reasonable terms, give any reasonable tinie on them, divide the payments into small notes, in fact, make any reasonable arrange ments Uesuit purchasers. We have also on hand in store the lar?e?t and most reliable as ortment of I'ianos e\'cr offered 1:1 this city, from the renowned manufactories of Hal let, Davis, t& Co., Boston,and Bacon U. Raven, New York. Old Pianos taken in exchange. New Music and an assortment of every article pertaining to the music trad". JOHN F. ELLIS, 300 Pcnna. avenue, near Tenth street, mar 13? tf WATCim, JEWELRY, SILVER AND PLATED WARE AT REDUCED PRICES. WE f.ffer our entire stock of elegant GOLD WATCHES, RICH JEWELRY, PURE SILVERWARE, ><e , at greatly reduced rates. Persons would do well to examine our assortment, which is by far the largest, mor-t fashionable, and best selected ever offered to our customers. M. W. GALT & 15RO., 244 Penn. avenue, between 9ih and 10th sta. mar 12?if 550 REWARD. RAN AWAY from the subscriber, living in Not tingham District. t'rineeG-orgt 'scounty, Maiy land, on Friday morniug last, th* lliih in?=tant, my necro man EVI ANUfcL, who calls liinuilf Emanuel Gouslr He is about 25 vear* of .ige,dcrk mnrdcx ion, lias a full set 01' teeth, has a scare 111 hi* f?re head, one on his right arm. near the elbow, is live feet eight inches and a quarter h.eh in hi? boot*, lie had on when he went away a sait of drab cloth and a black slouch hat. 1 purchased him of Mrs. r arah Harwood, Sar .toga street. Baltimore, and Si!6 ha? a Drotlliir Of Ilia livina with hor { ar I mother (a free- woman) al-o live* in Baltimore. His wi e belongs to John L. Dufief. Esq., near Darnel town, Montgomery county, Maryland 1 wi I giv?: a reward of twenty-live doliars for his ap;irehep>ion, if taken in Prince George's county, and fifty dolU s if taken elsewhere?in either en t: he riinct be- brought home or secured in jail, so that I get him again. THOS. R. EARLY, inar23?im P. O Nottingham, Md. SD.VKR WABlfi.PLA'I'KD WARE ANUPlSlkC FA >CV OOOOS.-?ilvir Coffee and Tea Sets, Sugar Bowls, Cream Jug*, Goblets, Cups, Spoons and Forks. Also, a great variety of magnificent Fancy Stiver Ware, suitable for presents. Plated Coffee Sets, Castors, Baskets, Spoons and Forks, on best Albata. The articles are warranted as represented, and will be sold at a small advance. II. SEMKEN, 330 Pa. avenue, bet, 9th and lOUi street*, mar 29?tf REFRIGERATORS, WATER COOL ERS, ICE CREAM FREEZERS, tf. RECEIVE ) this i!av a n'pplv of Waterman's latent Ventilated REFRIGERATORS,univer c.iliy acknowledged to he the best Refrigerator evet presented to (lis public. Austin's Patent Magic Ice Cream Freezer, war ranted to produce a superior Cream in five minutes Water Coolers, all s xes, together with a general assortment oi House Furnishing Goods, all of wliielt will be sold at reduced prices. C. W. BOTELER, ap 4?e< Gt Iron Hall. Notice to flutists.?eisi:\brandt's superior Premium Diasouic Flutes and Cla ion etti.c wiil be on exhibition und for sale for a few ds>s ai H1LBUS IllTZ'S Mdsic Depot. mar 19 lCaULEIIEK & PYWELL'S COLUMBIAN LIVERY STABLES. Eighth, between D and E Mreeets, A\adiington, Horses taken at Livery. Ilor-es and Bugg csfor hire. Messrs. K. & I*. has on hand a fine lot of Horses for salt, and fresh droves are coustantly nrriving at their Stable. mar 29? 2w* Notick? 1 received this dav a new assort ment of SLEEVE BUTTONS and STUDS, of the latest styles. Also, a varieiy of other new Goods: as Vest Chains, Chalclaiux, Bracelets,Pius, Earring*, Rings, etc. Greui inducements offered to purchasers. ? H. SEMKEN, No. 330 Pa. avenue, bet. 9th ana 10th st<. {V7- AVw i'uints put to Gold Pens at cliort 110'to). Diamonds remounted, and Jewelry made to order, mar 29?a" LOUDON WALTZ. COMPOSED and dedicate! to the ? oung ladies ofLevsburg, Va., ' y Prof. J. A. Young. A very pleasing composition, published at the Music Depot of 11ILBUS U HiTZ. mar 12?tf 1C II Ui/AC1^S1L.KS ol every width and quality, fro-n 75 cents up, very ch ap ilitd .111J plain Silks, Pink, white a^d bl'k watered Silks for Mantillas White, pink, Idae and mode col'd Shalleys White, pink, bine, green, corn and moue cslorfcd French Atousselines 15 pieces plain Berege, in every shade at 25 cents, very cheap ?oods White, pi k, blue, green, brown, and mode colored Ber. ges, in fi::c quality 100 pieces Lawns and Ja konots in every quality Also, a well a-r-oit'-d stock of Domestic Goods All ot which wi'l be sold at very low prices. Customers \Vill dj well to give us a call. VVM. R. RILEY, Corner 8tli st. and opp. Centre Market, mar 31?lm vn-ATCHHH AND JKWELKV.-l have cn hand a good supply of fine WATCHES and JEWELRY which will be sold very cheap to suit the times. Gold Le ver Watches as low ns .*>35, warranted to keep g.?od time. Call and" see lor yourselves at the store of J. ROBINSON, 340 Pa. ave., oppo. Browns' Hotel, mar 28?dim C U P PIN G~A N DL EE 0UINGL *? l'LIU** KM9IXKUS WOULD respectfully inform the public that he is prepare J to attend to the bu-iiuess of Cup ping and Leeching at his Barber Hhop, south side of Pennsylvania avenue, between L'Jth and 13}< ?U. Calls promptly attended to in alt parts of the city, ani at very reasonable charges. mar 31?lm* BARKING H0USK 0F PAIR0 & BOURSE, Ojnrmte United State* TVewtry. Bonds, Stocks and othor securities parchased and sold. Interest at the rate of six per cent jrw annum lowed on deposits when left tpr 10 4?n ?c (oa^er, JanW?Cm I WASHINGTON AQUEDUCT. Office Washington Aqtkdcct, ) P.nB., Wa-hington, March 7, 1855. J KOPOSALS are inviied for graduation, stone and brick roasonrr, dams, tunnels, and other works of the Washington Aqueduct. Proposals received up to the 8Ui of May will be opened at noon of that day. Maps, profiles, and specifications of the work will b* ready for examination on and after the i.Oth day ot April next. Proposals will be received for the work of nartlcu lar culverts, bridges, fee., as described in the plans and specifications. v Portions only of some of tha works can be com pleted under the present appropriation, but all tlie contracts for unfinuhed work wiU be subject to fti

ture appropriations by Congress. The Engineer re serves the right to prescribe the amount of work to be done and rate of progress under such contract for each appropriation, and, in ease of the appro priation not holding out sufficiently, to decide when and what works shall be, stopped until funds become available. In ease of the entire stoppage of any particular work for want of funds, the reserved trn per cent, will be paid, if, in the judgment of the Engineer, the work has been puperly executed so far as it has gone. Payments will be made in specie checks upoi. the Lmted States Treasury, upon the monthly estimates of the Engineer, reserving 10 per cent.; and it will be a condition ofail contracts that the workmen shall ba pail their full wages monthly and in specie. All bids sir uld be -taled and endorsed "Propo sals lor wr.rk on tho Washington Aqucduct." The United Statfs reserves the right to reject any or nli the bids should tucy not be deemed advan tageous, anil to make such arrangements a- n ay be considered most conducive to the progress ol the work. e Every offer must be accompanied by a written guarantee, signed by one or more resporsiblc pt r w;m, to the effect that he or they undertake that the bidder or bidders will, if his or their bid be accept, ri enter into an obligation, within ten days, with good' and sufficient sureties, tor the completion cfthe work undertaken; said guarantee to be accompanied by the certificate of the United States district judge. United States district attorney, navy ageul, or some officer ot the General Gov> rnrrx nt or individual known to tnc Engineer or Department of War, that the guarantors are able to make good their guarantee. Form of Guarantm. To Capt. M. C Meigs, U. S. Eii^uccn: We, the undersigned, residents of , in the State of ? -?.hereby, jointly mad severally, cove nant with Uic United States ami puranty, in case the foregoing bid of be accepted, that he or they will, within ten davs after the acceptance of said bid, execute a contract for the same, u ith good and sufficient sureties, to perform the work or furnish the articles projioscd, in conformity to the terms of the advertisement under which It was made ; and, in case the said should fail to enter into contract as aforesaid, we guaranty to make g*> >d the difference between the offer by the said and the next lowest bidder. A. B. w. - *i? i_ c. D." I hereby certify that, to the best of my knowledge ml belief, the above named guarantors are miod ud sufficient. ? p M. C. MEIGS, Captain of Engineers in Charge, mar i?eotMaySfcwtf ?No. 633.] JSotice of Withdrawal of certain Lauds in Wisconsin. WHEREAS, in pur.'uaccj of a joHt resolution of Congress, cat'tl -d "A rt solution ?-xpl*r? toryofan ait jawed August th rd, eighteen hun ured and 2f y four," ipprcrel Marca 3,1855, relit mr to the Fox ant Wl-^coasin river <rraut, the ef fect cf which is to enlarge siid irrant from three to 6ve sec Ions in width, the President of a* United, f i? La9' by kb ord,r b'ftricg .jate the nialh day o.Marth ultimo, directed that certain to^mhips s tuat-d li the Statk of Wisconsin, on each side of in-* Portege canal and the Fox river and the lak?s through which it parse*:, (in.-ludiog the lands he e t >fors witlKiawn and withheld for mid graut,) shall withdrawn from sale or entry for any pirpOM whatever until fur'her orders _ Nonca is therefore bsreby girsn that s?id lands Sitra'ed as Lereina'ttsr desc.ibel haTe this day been withdrawn from sale or rmry accordingly, to wit: In the diftrict of lands subje:tto sale at Minasda North of the base line and east of the fo urth princi pal meridian. Townsl.ip 12, en tie le;t bank of tbe Wieocnsin riv?r, a- d tOKnshlps 13 snd 14, if range 9 Towns! ips12, 13 and 14, of range 10 'i'ownBn p 14. of racgs 11 Townships 14,15, ;6 17, and 18, of rsrge 13 ''.owiifh'j.B 15, 16, 17 a~d 18, of range lit Towoshlp3 17,18 and 19, of rapge 14 Towm-h p 17 18, 19, snd 20, of ranue 15 Towfiibips 15, lo, 17, 18,19, 20 aud 21, of rang# Tt wnsulps 15, 10,17,18, 19,20, 2!, and 22, of rang* 17. Townsh'p? If, 18. 17,19. SO, 21 and 22 of ranee 18 Township* .G, i7, 18,19, 20, 21, UI, a^i 23, cf Hi'*c 19 lownsnips 21,22, 23 and ?4, c f range M Towr.sh pB i.2, i3 and 24, ran^e 21 In the district of lanis subjeo; to t?ale at MiaUUL Pout: ??*?. North of the bate lire ar.d cast cf&e fourth princi pal meridian. Townships 12, 13 a.d 14, .n the left bink of the ?VIecoaem rirer, of range 8 In the dict;iit of iaadj subject to said at Stkvzxs' Point : North of the base lir.c and eait ofth: fourth principal _ meridian. Townships 15 sni 16, < l range 8 Towns> ip? 11 and 16, of range 9 Townships 15 ai d 16, of range 10 Townships 16,16 and 17, of rarga 11 ?myJ?"d? at General I^nd OCee, i 7 of \V sshingtcn, thia thtrd day of Aprl' Amio Domini oue thousani eight hund ed and fl ty Hj order of the President: . , JOnN WILSON, ap 6?2aw6waUa 0tCr ?f Qe'nir*1 L#n<i OM:e. BEAUTIFUL WHITE TEETH^ nEiA.fjT.,1Y GUMiS>ANr> A SWEET RRL\TII. All who are desirous of obtain in" these beec T(K)THUU'A^I Z^,m M.A N ' s UELEUKATED 1UOIH-WAMI. 1 liw delicious aiticle combines so many meritorious qualities, that it has now be come a standard favorite with the citizens of New ^?-rk, Pla'adelphia and Baltimore. Dentists nre ? U ,n th"r Practice most succe^fully, and awarded'rt.8011'06 m?St flaU,"Rg 'audatious are ?.r.I,I''l|iU!ledifnd b,ee<linF are immediately ben eutted by its use; ita action upon them is mild soothing and effective, rt clear.sea the teeth'so thoroughly, that they aro made to rival pearl in w^tene-s, and diffuses t?:ro??h the month such a delightful fieshness, that the breath is rendered ex qui Uely sweet. It disinfects al! those impurities which tend to produce decay and as a consequence, when these are removed, the loetii must aiwavs te main sound. 7 It is ufcrd and recommeuded by all the eminent Dentists iu New \ork, Philadelphia, llaltimore. and other cities where it has be. n introduced. All should give it a trial. Prepared only by FRANCIS ZERMAN, DruggiM and C.iesust, Ninth and Catharine streets, Phila delphia, and sold by all Druggists everywhere, at 35 ocits per bottle. W7h. GILLMaA, jan 17?3m Agent for Washington City. A BOOK EVKRY ?UfINE8S MAN IN THE DISTRICT WANTS.?The Waslnngton City yirtfctorv, onlv 7o cenfH a copy, half nnci* can be had .it ALEX. A DAMSON'S, on Seven! opposite to the Post Office, where ho keens con' stantly on hano a fin." assortment of Blank Bonks, Pens, Ink. Paper, Playing and Visiting Cards, Game c. He is agent lor all the cheap publications. Magazines and Newspapers. P,m^hdon I!lusy?ted Life, Times and Punch received by every steamer. New York Herald, Times, and Tribune received every ni"ht and delivered lo subscribers mar 26?I m ANI?ERINGS IN l OHSlCA, CORSICA s Picturesque, historical and social, with a the'fVm^1 eal^ llfL^?f ^Meon, tran-lat^d from the Gi riuan by t-^lward Joy Morris?pricr ?1 ;0 Lecture ou Eiujlish Literature from Chancer to Tennyson, by Henry Keed, price Si 25 Just published and for sate ai TAYL01T& MAURY'S, mar Mmtkstore, near 9di st. R. H. GILLET, C oamcllor at Law. OJSce aud residence in Franklin Row, corner of R and Thirteenth street. net 98?6m CH^KLir.S IIAHKINS, Architect. '?^a. avenue, between Tenth and Eleventh street* ) W wasbisoton, n. c. ILL continue to furnish Plans, detail workini lltawingH. and fi-eefficjaigns of buildinas of every description,and also tofff^fintend their free teb 1-^.11 TIIE SUPKRB PIANO, MANUFACTURED expressly tor the late exhi tion in this city, by Bacon & Raven, and which received a uedal, is now on exhibition al our store. This magnificent specimen of ?uperior skill will be returned to New York at an early day, unless disposed of. We are authorized to sell it upon very reasonable terms. We have also lor sale that br-r<utiful instrument, manufactured by Hnllet. Davis & Co., Boston, which n-ceivcd the first diploma at the recent exhibition. We have a!wp.ys on hand a large and superior stock of Pianos from the above manufactories. Old Pianos taken in exchange. JOHN P ELLIS, 300 Penna. avenue, near Tenth street, mar 32? NEW SONG. IIY DID I LOVE FALSE FLORA, words and inusic by W. B , of this city, and dedi cated to Inec Allison, the fair Guitarist. This song has a most charnunc melody. Just pub lished and for sale bj HILBUS It HITZ. ap* W TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. ^ Mott Bedell's Line. NEW YORK. ALEXANDRIA, WASHINGTON CITY. AND DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA PACKETS. mni3 LINE OF PACKETS SAILS WEEKLY X pier 14 East River, New York, and oftener If necessary, and are composed of the following first class vneeets: Mew schr. A. V. BcdtU, BedelL master. New echr. Mott Bedell, A. V. Tredwdl. Schr. Ann D., Wm. Oliver, master. Schr. Volant, L. A. Smith, master. Schr. Commander-in-Chief, Wogljm, master. Schr. Greenway, Wilson, master. These vessels are all fast sailers, and the masters men of experience in the trade, and the only regu lar line o{ Washington City packets. MOTT BKliELL, Wall street, N. Y. 8. 8. MASTERS fc SONS, Alexandria, Va. THOMAS RILEY, feb 1?6m Washington and D. C. CROMWKLL'ft BALTIMORE STEAMSHIP LINE BETWEEN NEW YORK BALTIMORE It BOSTON, WILL dispatch a Steamer daily Trow Baltimore ana NewYork, and twice a week from Boston to Haitimore and Baltimore to Boston. Tins line affords unequalled facilities to the busi ness men of the District of Columbia. Tlie Agents at either point will receive freight and five a through bill of lading to Washington at the lowest rates ol freight and no commission* charged. Applications for freight promptly attended to by the following agents: A. C. HALL, 56 Exchange Pl^cc, Baltimore. II. B CROMWELL, Coraer Washington and Albany sts., N. Y. , . J NO. W. 8CII ANK, jan 14?d3m Foot of India Wharf, Boston. FOR THE WEST AND SOUTH. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. I'M PROVED A f.KA N' 1 KM l.NTS FOR TRAVEL I IMPORTANT CHANGES OFSCIIRDUDE! I The lste completion of th? , -? . Untrmi Ohio Railroad between Wheeling and Columbus, nniting. as It does, by so short and direct a lias, the Baltimore sad Ohio Railrrad with all portions of the West (and North and Southwest,) gives this route greatly increased advantages to through travelers in that direction. On and afJer MONDAY, November ?T, 1864, the trains will be run as follows: FOR THROUGH PASSENGERS. Two fast trains daily will run is each direction First?The MAIL TRAIN, leaving Camden Station at 7 a. m., ln/te&d ot 8 o'clock ss heretofore, (except on Sunday,) and arriving et Wheeling at 2 40 a. m Second?The EXPRESS TRAIN, leaving at 3 p. m , instead of at 7 p. ia., as heretofore, and mnni&t through to Wheeling !u about 17 hours, reach!eg there ?t 10 26 a. m. This train w'll step at Wash ington Junction, SykesriUe, M^uocacy, Hrrper's F iry, Marnnsburg, Kir John's Run. Cumberland, l*i?dcient, Rowlesburg, Newbury, Fettcrm&n, Fara in^tor., Cameron ini Moundsiille only, for wood and water and meals. Both tfce?e trains make prompt and recular oonncction wiih th? cars of the Central Ohio Road for Cambridge, 7.?n'sril*e, New ark, Columbus, Cin-innati, Lcuisvill-s Peyton, Sandusky, Toledo, Letroit, Indianapolis, Chicago, St I<ocis,etc. Passengrrs leaving Baltiuoro by the Mail Tr?'n; will raac<i Cincinnati for dinner next d?T,while by the Expreas Train they arr.ve there at 12 the next night, bring kept but one night on the rout* by either train. Passengers for the Northweet via Cleveland and all intermediate rointe can mike a direct connec tion with ihe trains upon ths Cleveland and Pitts burg Railrcrd at all times whea the Ohio is naviga ble for steamers between Whaling acd WelUriUe, by leaving Baltimore in the Mail Train at 7 a. m. Returning, the Trains leave Wheeling as follews: The KXPRJCSa TRAIN at 4 30 p m., reaching Bal timore at 9.60 a. m. The M 41L TRAIN at 11.46 p. xa . reaching Datimcre ?tE 7p, ??^"Through ticaet= by boat from Wheeling fbr Cinci .nati, Madison. Louisville, Et. Lenin and other River Cities, ?i'l be sold at a 1 times whea the state cf water will admit. ? 'Through rickets between Baltimore and Waauinyton, and all the imtwrtant citiet and tcwni In the Weet, are sold at the Ticket Okicee of the Ovmpany. FOR WAT PASSENGERS. THE MAIL TRAIN, leaving Camden Station will take pasasugers for all tlve usual stopping places on theRoi-d Ee-umipg, this trrin leaves Wheeling at 11.15 midnight. Cum Zetland at 10.16 a. m., and arrives at Baltimore at 7 r m. THE FRKDKKICK ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, for Frederick end intermediate places, vrill fart at 4 p. m, da.1?, (except Sun^aye) arriving in Freder ick at 7.40 Resuming * ill le*re Frederick at 9 a. m., arriving at Palthnc re at 12 30, rorn THE ELLTO )TT.3 MILLS ACCOM MOD AT*0N will be run dally, (exe-pt Sandavs,) as follows: Leave Camdm Station at tl a m. and 3 p. m. Lea?e JUlicott's Mills at 7.JU a. in. and 6.JO p. m. WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS: LB AVE dally, except Sunday, ai 6 and 8* a. m. , and 3 and I p a. on Sunday at 6 a m and 6 p o. Leave Baltimore at 4% and 9am; and I and 8 P Bit On 8nnday at 4 X a in and 6 p n. The connections with Baltimore A Ohio Railroad fbr the Weet are bj trains leaving at 6 a m and 5 pa For Philadelphia and New York at 0. and 8^ a m and 6 pm. For Ann:, polls at 814 a n ant! Spa. For Nonoik at 8 p m. T. H. PARSONS, Agent rurti.ru a* attention is called to the Rule require tng a reeponwble voucher for any person af color who npj vrl-h to pass ov,r the road. dec 13?dtf j 0EAHGE AND ALEXANDRIA RAILB0AD. On and after Tuesday, Ntv. 7, 1854, THE Cars leave Alexandria daily fcr Oordcn* villc and intena-diate stations at . X o'ekek. I a. m., on the arrival of tbe boat frcm Wafhingtcn, giving ample time for breakfw*t on board. C?>n | neetir,-; at Mtnaisaa Juncti.n with a traia for 8tiat ourg, at \^arrenu>n Ju cuon with a train tor Wa> renton, and at Ooidcnsville with the trains on the | Virginia Central Railroad lor Richmond. Chariot tea vil'A, and Staunton. The earn leave Gordcnrnrfl'e dailv for Alexandria and intermediate stations, at % before 11 a. ra? on th? arrival of tb* train* 01 tb? Virginia Central rail road from RioLmoHd, OharlrtteavlSe, and SUuntcn 1 T.1RODGU TICKETS. From Alexandria to Warrenton J2 00 " " Gordouuville...... 3 63 4 Charloltesvilla 4 545 " u BUittnton 6 90 8i?flbuig fi w ^n?ehburg..w 0 74 Winchester 3 60 Luray 4 26 : a New Market 6 00 I _ _ . " Midileburg 2 ?4 For Lynchburg, oonnecting with the coju at Qi?flotteaviUej on MindajaTWedneadays, and Fn I ^?r Ltt"y New Market, connecting with the | at Culpeper, on Tuesdays,Thursday?,andSaV ! J^??heetar daily, connecting with stages I it Piedaont I attt!e PliHlbUrg <UUy' eoaa*ctini wlth >^ge? JP? : W. a BBOOIMT, A,?t FOE MOUNT VEBNON. a. On TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS. ti6S8HBLFare round trip 11; from Alex andria 16 cents-The THOM AS OOLLYKR leav? Washington at 9 and AUxandiU at 0U o'elock. CoaclNs leave the Capitol for Ue boat at S M o'dk | Coach fare '0 cents. Persons wishing the Coaches will leave their reel dance with Geo. k Thos. Parker. Refreshments on the boat. oot 38?dtf SAM'L GEDNIY, Capt. YORK * LI VIC 14 POOL. UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS^^ OO^tPWSINQ THIS LIN1 ABE ATLANTIC, C?pt. Weet. PAdFIO, Capt Nye, BALTIC, Capt. Comatcck, ADRIATIC, Capt. Grafton. ? ^#e shipa have betn built by contract, express. ^Sr,^r|nment"rTl^' eTery been f . lB- "'Ml oonstruoUon, as in tbe Engines to ini8r? itrength and speed, and their acccmmoda Uons for paneengera are unequalled for eie-anoe ?Dei oomforte fr0? NeW York t0 Wv-TFOOI, in Seeood Qalrf'a '*'*'" Sxchuive use of extra riae state rooms .J aoo From Liverpool te New York ??) and ?20 An experienced surgeon attached to each ihin. No berth oan be secured until paid for. For freight or passage apply to EDWARD k. COLLINS 4 CO 66 Wall street. Nee York. BROWN, SHIPLEY k CO, *. 0. ROBERTS ft CO., fcc'SCTff hS5<S"lSI an appeal to common SENS*. l?t nrr stn* mi the nrn. Captain Benjamin.?Wherever known his tend nit my will be conclws.re. But lent ihoee wbo do not know the Captain stn tild be sceptical, Dr. Daw son A Pro., with other* of thi fcwi known and dmm highly r^.pcctable citizens of Easton, endorse tim wonderful enre by HAMTTON'S TMriBIJ TlHCTni. Eabton, OcL 4,IBM. Mesmrt. Mortimer t Mewtra* : ? Gentlemen? I feel it ray duty to yen and the pub lie to cerufy to the effecta of Hampton's Vegetable Tincture. I waa for more than five yean laboring under a disease of Chronic Rheumatism. and the great part of that time i waa so helpless that I had to be nelped from my bed and drsseed in my clothes I became reduced to a mere skeleton. All the mad icinee I tnnk done me no good, and I one tinned to grow worse. I heard of Hampton's Tmctare and thought I would give it a trial. At thia time I did not cxpect to litre ore day after another. I Hd not take it (the Tinctnre) lor the Rheumatism, but la a fihort time I waa well of that disease. From tha effecta of your 1 incture and the help ut God 1 am now getting in good health. I wi>h all the afflicted to try HamptonH Vegetable Tincture, aa I have done, with the name effect um it baa ou Your obedient servant, la i ac B ti j a ma. We are arquaintrd with Isaac Benjamin, an>d him som* of Hampton's Vegetable Tincture, and be* iieve the ?bove statement correct. Dawson It Baa. From our knowledre of Captain Benjamin we are confident Uiat the above statement m true aad ua exagerated. i. A. Johhsak, Charles Ruaranca. Call and get pamphlet* V^tls, and nee c*res of Cough, Bronchitis, Rheiimausm, Neui?irta, Dva pepnia, Nervousness and General VVeakne^a. Aa ? female mrdirinc or for delicate ch..diea we better* it unequall<*d. Hold by MORTIMER A MOWBRAY, 110 Bald more street, Baltimore; and 304 Broadway, N. York Chas. Stott k Co., J. B. Moore, D. B. Cutll, Claree k Buwurb, W. Elliot, and H. M<~Pbeb son, Washington; alao, by R. 8- F. Cissel, George town, and C. C. Beery, Alexandria, aad by Drag fists everywhere. jaa 8?tr COUGHS, COLDS, HOABSKNISS, ??llaf Ir Flvt Wlnnt?a. TYLERS COMPOUND GUM ARABIC STRUT. TUB increasing demand for this most pli?aat? ?aft, and effoarious remedy lor all pulRRonary distaies, has enabled the proprietor te reduce UjS prioe ao aa to plaee It within the raaah of all darses. Ite superiority ever most similar preparations It at tested by many eminent phjmdans who " aye witnaeaea of It* efleacy when tha u. dies have failed; alro by theaeaad of oar speetabie ctrtsens who have need It in their both ae preveativ* aad eure with never telling pro* oeaa fir the last twenty years, daring which per.oi with very little aid trom advertising, Ae., It ha rradually spread reputation over the whole Ux lu caMc of recent OoLit Coughs, Hoartenest, ate- M gives immediate relief, ar?d generally euraa la a day or two, without interfering with diet or bu^ar*r, ac resdering the ayatem mora euaoeptible of (Slot-, in chronic casts. AttA-\a, Whoojrn^ Cemok, CVoif, Bronc/.iiit, AftcUont of Ou Lu*ft, mmd Owiwnp ton, >t Is tlw&ya very beneficial, and seldom telle, when commenced in time t? perfect a eure. Prlje Us aad fr0 cents a bottle. Sold wholesale by Patterson k 5aim, Btott A Oo* EiJge'.y A Co. Alexandria by Peel A feteveaa. la Georgetown by Mr. Cisrel. Aar 2TLKJCS UUM ARABIC CJSNDT DBOF& a mmllar composition to the above, but la a milder and mere portable form; they act IIVe a charm on a trcuMaecme Cough, and otear the throat and vote*; they contain nr. Injurkna drag, are parttea< larly reoommerdej for children, freqaeatara of fate lie ai.s*Dbli?3, public speakers, singers, Aa. Price li>4 and 96 cents per box. for sale at most Drug an* Oaadj Btores. oct 17?tf GRATIS! JU3T PUBLISHED: A NEW DISCOVERY Bl MEDICINE! A FEW words oa the KationaJ Treatmeat, with out Medicine, of Spermatorrhea, or Local Weakness, Nervous Debili ty, Low Spirit*, Lassitude, Weak ness of the Limbs and Back, Indiepo-j sstion and Incapacity for Strnly and' Labor, I)nlln? ss of Apprebenaina, Loea of Memory, avention to Society, Love of Soiitade. Timidity, Sell Di.-tnst. Dizziness, Head Ache, Involutitary Discharges, Pain in the Side, Affection of the Eyea, Pimples ou the Face, Sexual and other infirmities in man. FROM THE FRENCH OF DR. B. DE LANEY. Tlx- important fact that thes- si arming complaints may easily be removed without Medicine is, in th? small tract, eh arly demonstrated; and the entirely new and highly tucceselul treatment, a? adopted by tlie author, fully explained, by tnean> of which ev ery one ia enabled to cure him?elf perfectly, and at the least possible co*. aroiding thereby all the ad vertised nc.?tran?B of the day. S^ut to any address, era us, and post free la a sealed envelope, bv remitting (|>%t paid) two post age stamps to Dr. B. DE LAXLY, No. 1? LUpenard street, New York. jan 17?9m Military history.? Drink water's Siege of C.bmitar S.hiaMier's Si*e of Vienna I-y the Tak) Kio-lly's Russian Campaign of 1&12 Jonuai't. Military History of the Waterloo Caa paign Buckle's History oftlie Bengal Artillery Ndan's Cavalry, its history and ;aetics G'eine'a M.litary Memoirs, Campiugns, Battles^ ami Stratacems ot War Military History ana Details of the principal miU> tary events of the la#t century, 5 vola Napiei'a Pcnin?ular War Napter'a Hattlea end Sieges in the Peninsula Samuel's Hittory of the Biitish Army British Military biography Glcig's Bridsh Military Commanders Stocqueler's Wellington, Rotiii.nou'a PiCtOR, AH sou'ti Marlborough, and many others The Subaltern in the Peninsula Mir^hali's Military Miscellany Srhiller's Tbirt> Years' War And many others of the same class. French, F,af lisli anJ American. FRANCK TAYLOR, mar 33 J PALMER'S PATENT LEG. rpilis AMERICAN IN V E N TIO N X atands unri\ailed L?lh in thi* country and in Europe- It wont by 1.000 persons, and with most artoniehing success. Id comKUtiou with JO other substitutes of tiie best Irencb, Ecgl:sit, and Germnn munu'.acture, it leceived the award of the atCAT medal at the World's Exuin tiox in London as the best artificial liuib known. In 'his country it ha; been thirty times exhibited, in competition with'all others, at the annual Fairs in the principal cities, and has, in every instance, received the award of the highest or first piemium. And as a crowning honor, by the unanimous approval of an interna tional council, the " First Premium"? *-T - only Silver Medal riven for Limbs?was awarded the inventor, at the New York Cry stal Palace. Pamphlets giving full iuformau'oa. sent pn>us to every applicant. B. FRANK PALMER, 3T5 Chesuut street, Philadelphia. feb 26?3m ? i ? 2J70LIAN PIANOFORTES. /Ti Another of these beautiful instruments made by T. Gilbert fe Co., Bo*ton, can row be seen at out Mu-ic Depot. Also, a splendid papier mache caae parlor Mtlo deon, made by T. G. Gardner A Co , Conn. H1LBUS k HIT7, mar 36 Star Buildinrs. OS. NEFF'S PREMICM VIOLINS AND VI olincellos can be seen at our Music Depot. Amateurs and the |>rofe?-ion are luvited to call and try these excellent instniments. I1ILRUS & HITZ, Aeents. A g">o,l Contfttbass lor sale low fur cash, if imroa| diate application be made as above. mar 23 ? JOHNSON ON MANURES, 1 \c\, London Vaux on tilling and vertiliEing land, do Morfit on Manures, Philadelphia ^ Dana's Muck Manual for Farmers, Lowell Dana on Manures, New York Rutfiii on Calcareous Maimers, Richmond B-owfi's American Muck Book, New York Practical Treatise on Manures, by ihe British So ciely, for the diffusion of useful knowledge And many works on Agricultural Chemistry, on Fruit Culture, Bees, Cattle, Drainage, Tree Plant ing, and other branches ol Gardening and Husband ry, many ot them imported from abroad. mar '29 FRANCK TAYLOR. PIANOS FOR SALE AND RENT. rpHE subscriber has always on hand a assort] I ment of German and American PI-atfSBI ANOS, from the very best mannfacturen-fVJF^W which he offers for sale at lower price*' ' * than can be purchased in the District of Columbia, and en the moet accommodating terma. All Pianos purchased from me are warranted to give saiutec tion. Old Pianos taken in exchange. B. REISS, Professor of Music, G, brtw. Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets, eb 6?Mm* FOR POOR AND LABORING MEnT SMALL BUILDING LOT* of 10 feet er more. In various parts ol tha City, mad Georgetown, at taw prices, and terms to twit. LLOYD A 00. IVILDIIO ITORIi Per sale, deliverable at the Oanal, or Wharves ta Washington, Georgetown, or Alexandria. LLOYD A OOL - 15th street, opp. Treasury Department, h tt-lv ATCHRB, " j JEWELRY, 1 AWh SILVERWARE ?viva/ Ui A> f f/A H .IKK Always on hand a large aesortmeat of the above, winch we offer at the lowest rates. which M. W. GALT It BRO., mai 99 i??Pa.RV?UR