Newspaper of Evening Star, 12 Temmuz 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated 12 Temmuz 1855 Page 4
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THE PLOUGHS A*. Tearing up the stubborn soil Trudging .drudging, toiling, moiling, "and, and feet and garment* soiling >> bo would grudge the ploughman '?Toll ? ^ et their * lustre in Lis eye, Borrowed from yon glowing ?kv ? And there'# meaning in his glance. That bespeak no dreamer's fWiea? For his mind has precious lore Gleaned from nature's sacred store Tolling up yon weary hill. He has worked since eariy morning, T.*rid,7?t\arul Pl^?re ?c*rni And he s at his labor still Though the slanting western beam, Quivering on th* glassy stream, And >on old eim's lengthened shadow Tell Lhat thC v<?*nt meadow, Tell that shadowy twilight grav Cannot now be far away Wipe" ^ bro^~ . KS I?!* W1 "un H descending Marks his shadow far extendi**-. it? Ume t0 (lUit tlie PloUghT }JT*?ry man and weary steed M eU ome food and respite need; *is the hour when bird and bee seek repose, and why not he ? t atuJe Iov<* 'be twilight best, Let the toil-worn ploughman rest' ^who nursed upon the breast Of ease and pleasure enervating, ?mtwT*1 new delights creating, >? hich not long retain their /est Ere upon your taste they pail, \\ hat avail your pleasures allf In his hard but pleasant labor, He, your useful, healthful neighbor, r md* enjoyment, real, true? > alnly sought by such as you. Nature's open volume lies, RK-hhr tinted, brightly beaming, \V ith Its various lessons teeming. All outspread before his eyes, l>ewy glades and opening flowers, K me raid meadows, vestal bowers, ^un and shade, bird and bee, Fount and forest, hill and lea All things beautiful and fair, His benignant teachers are. Tearing up the stubborn soil? Trudging drudging, tolling, moiling? Hands and feet and garments soiling? ?> ho would grudge the ploughman's toll? \ et 'tis health and wealth to him. Strength of nerve and strength of limb, Light and f-?rvor in his glances, Life and beauty in his fancies; Learned and happy, brave and free \N ho so proud and blessed as he ? ' More or the Vandalism op the Allixs.? A writer in the London Standard furnishes the following, which he styles an amusing account: 141 went ou shore to .see the troops land at Tenikalo. nud was highly amused. About two hundred fellows, soldiers and marines tngli-b. F reneh and Turks?mad? for a large house, from which the occupants had fled in *uuh haste that they left their dinner on the fire and the cloth laid. The dinner consisted of a leg of mutton, pudding and vegetables; ?nd I happened to be one of' a few who got a good dinner. Th? house w;? magnificently furnished. During dinner two Irenchmen played upon the piano while twoother? danced ?n it. Presently our fellows, who evidently had no taste tor music, chopped the instrument in pieces with a pickaxe. As the companv fi^i-hud their dinner they threw tho plates aajl oishes through the windows: some run their bayonet^ through the pictures, some oil paintings, perhaps valuable; others amused themselves by burning the beautifully bound books, and there appeared to be competition between half-a-dozen to see which could de stroy the greatest quantity of furniture in the shortest time. By and by aomc eight or ten i renehmen came out of the cellar, where they nad been locked up. when every one began to regret that he h:id not found out there was a cellar before. Of course a general rush was made, and in an incredibly short time there Was Dj?t a lull bottle or cask left. ." W hile this little piece was being acted within <i)M>rs. a grand divertissement was be ing performed without. The conservatory, a T**7 ',a?dw>nie building about one hundred and fifty teet lon^, was totally destroyed. To bee the fellows chasing the pigs and poultry was aiuu-ii;g enough, which were all kiiled as soon as caught, and cooked too. The village , W,A^ on fire to cook by; sev eral fine cows were killed and cut up with *Wnj ' roo*?d, *ntI ?*ten in what is often called no time.' Some got possession of a carriage, and some weru drawn about by others, who acted the part of draught animals, either horse* or asses. which you piease." Another writer gives an account of the sack ing of a beautiful museum. A Leab.xkd DEriMTio* ?A Dr. Knapp. of Covington Kentucky, has published a lengthy essay, in which he professes to have discovered the cau.^ ot cholera. He deflues it to bo ? tati^.^"^0 Urmin ?r H man.ies r>u? dying P^eLomena of scorbutus." Anal is exac' y ur opinion also. "t ^'"lt'o heart one maxim. Tver .b!l Ul>r^ have *ver an<l ever bah?it is, never to say more than is nece nry^ The unspoken word never does ! " 0nce uttered, cannot be re called and no man can foresee it- conse quence ^r clothes are great promoters of piktj. A new Loi.net or a new dress will in duce a girl t? go to church at least three times got i" re sti0 didn't go once before she ?J,Philo*'pby does not regard pedigree. She did not receive Plato M a noble, but sh? made him so?Seneca. movements of ocean steamers. Aam*. Leaves For Day. "Wthst.V"" l,:lveT?KX>i N ew York... J une 30 A^o " J T N<*w Vork- ? Jun? Southampton..New York....Jidy 4 77^ .New ^ or*....,Liverpool July 11 Hermann .. New York Bremer.....July l! ID" The California steamers leave New York op the 5th and ^otL of each mouth. ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS. Hotel?t. r. aaows. J C Jenkins, Pa W P Conway, Va Udii Sft ""1 ,WO {,?roWn * lady. Del i v u . Miss J Brown, do M II Kendig. Cal SKj a O HodT'"' v?v WDVn^' Mar U do P ng* Y ^do W Mann, Va J i??r ^ P Jf,nkins A lady Md d ? ... H**inpatone, do R niaaa> jr. Md C A Harding, do ROUaine^do C K TH*r'eV 2JHarrison, Pa n tZ\ !i i1 iM 1 Bowman, do WTvl. r, do T Sinclair, do lady A sisrer. K M Terrill. do AS Bowman, |'? Natioual H?tel-B. d willaxd FrW K K Anderson, NY T & p\ A F N Rolfr-Md K.sr"?5,4 J W^^n*doN V j va "d lady. a W3sxriS: Mr? \\ ? Creigh, do II Vaughn K l C ' t? x,Ger"?n.'Md WiliarJ.' Hotel h. a. A r. o. waiaae. Mm H Richardson NY 2v,Vo^p^ JJi2 J Fitch, do cw do ' 53: ii ifeV" Hon (J M Conrad, two Mist K ?ons A ueice. de . HUM Pi/i V R L Lgertoa. Ky MiZ\ \>? 2 ' J W il F H jUibe? V. J W Prwcott. La M P O Hern, Elrkw^d U.^.,.tuilIWOM Mb^?!!la7,' Vl EiM E ^nnvhost Pa *1" S HaU do E T Montague Va -f^Bnsh dc HCBowiefdo' 1 S ti. . NY p D Pan-!s. Me I H Deaayh^i, pa j W tfujke dy CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. THE GREAT PURIFIER OP THE BLOOD! AN INFALLIBLE REMEDY for Scrofula. King's Evil, Rheumatism, Obstinate Cutane ous Kmpfion*. Pimples or Pustule* on the fkce. Blotches. Boils. Chronic Sore Eyes. RlngWorm or Tetter, Scald Head. Enlargement and Pain of the Bones and Joints, Stubborn Ulcers^ Sy philitic Disorders, Lumbago, Spinal torn J>laints. and all the diseases arising from an in udicious use of Merrurv, Imprudense In Life, or Impurity of the Blood THIS VALUABLE MEDICINE, which has become celebrated for the number of extraor dinary cures, effected through its agency, has in duced the proprietors, at the urgent request of their friends, to offer it to the public, which they do with the utmost confidence in its virtues and won derful curative properties. The following cert ill cates, selected from a large number, are, however, stronger testimony than tne mere word of the pro f?rietors: and are all from gentlemen well known n their localities, and of the highest respectabili ty, many of them residing in the city of Rich mond. Va F. BOYDEN, Esq., of the Exchange Hotel. Richmond, known everywhere, says he has seen the Medicine called Carter's Spanish Mix ture, administered in over a hundred cases, in nearly all the diseases for which it is recommend ed, with the most astonishingly good results. He says it is the most extraordinary medicine he has ever seen. AGUE AND FEVER?GREAT CURE ? 1 hereby certify that for three years I had Ague and Fever of the'most violent description. I had sev eral Physicians, took large quantities of Quinine, Mtrcnry, and I believe Si the Tonics advertised! but all without permanent relief At last I tried Carter's Spanish Mixture, two bottlee of which effectually cured me. and 1 am happy to say i have had neither chills or fevers since. 1 con sider it the best Tonic in this world, and the only medicine that ever reached my case. JOHN LONGDEN. Beavkr Ditch, near Richmond, Va. C. B. LUCK, Esq . now in the city of Rich mond. and for many years in the Post Office, has such confidence in the astonishing efficacy of Car ter's Spanish Mixture, that he nas bought up wards of 5B bottles, which he has given away to the afflicted. Mr. Luck savs he has never known it to fail when taken according to directions. I)r. MIN G E, a pr^ctislnv Physician, and for merly of the City Hotel, in the city of Richmond, says he has witnessed in a number of instance;, the effects of Carter's Spanish Mixture, which were most truly surprising. He says in a case ol Consumption /dependent on the Liver, the good effects were wonderful indeed. SAMUEL M DRINKER, of the firm of Drin ker A. Morris. Richmond, was cured of Liver Complaint of three years standing, by the use of two bottles of Carter s Spanish Mixture. GREAT CURE OF SCROFULA ? The Edi tors of the Richmond Republican had a servant employed in their press room, cured of violent Scrofula, combined with Rheumatism, which en tirely disabled him from work. Two battles of Carter's Spanish Mixture made a perfect cure of him, and tne Editors, in a public notice, sav they '?cheerfully recommend it to all who are afflicted with any disease of the blood." STILL ANOTHER CURE OFSCROFULA. I had a very valuable boy cured of Scrofula by Carter's Spanish Mixture. 1 consider it truly a valuable medicine. JAMES M TAYLOR, Con ductor on the K. F. and P. R. R. Co., Richmond. Va. SALT RHEUM OF TWENTY YEARS &TAXDIX<i CURED ? Mr. JOHN THOMP SON . residing in the city of Richmond, wascured by three bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, of Salt Rheum, which he had for nearly twenty years, and which all the physicians of the city could not cure. Mr. Thompson is a well known merchant in the city of Richmond, and his cure is most remarkable. WM. A. MATTHEWS, of Richmond, had a servant cured of Syphilis, in the worst form, by Carter's Spanish Mixture He says he cheerfully recommends it, and considers it a very invaluable medicine. EDWIN BURTON, commissioner of the reve nue, says he has seen the good effects of Carter's Spanish Mixture in a number of Syphilitic cases, and saya it is a perfect cure for that horrible dis ease WM G HARWOOD. of Richmond, cured of old Sores and Ulcers, which disabled him from walking. Took a few Iwttles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, and was enabled to walk without a crutch, in a short time j>ermunently cured. Principal Depots atM WARD, CLOSE St CO., No t* Maiden Lane, New York. T. W DYOTT A SONS, No. lsfi North Second street, Philadelphia BENNETT A BEERS, No. 125 Main street, Richmond. Va. And for sale by CHARLES STOTT, Washing ton, D. C.; HENRY PEEL, Alexandria, and by Druggists everywhere. Price 81 per"bottle, or six bottles for &5. sep 21?ly INHALATION rOR THR CVRE OF ASTHMA AND CONSUMPTION. NEW AND VERY WONDERFUL !! ! 3EE "3T O XT! .A. N" -A. Brought home to the door of the Million .' A WONDERFUL discovery has recently been .nade by Dr Curtis, of this city, in the treat ment of Consumption, Asthma, and all diseases ofthe Lungs We refer to l>r CURTIS'S HY GEANA. or INHALING HYGEAN VAPOR AND CHERRY SYRUP. With this new me thod. Dr. C has restored many afflicted ones to health, as an evidence of which he has innumera ble certificates Speaking of the treatment, a phy sician remarks, "It is evident that inhaling?con stantly breathing an agreeable, healing va|>or?the medicinal properties must come in direct contact with the whole a-rial cavities of the lungs, and thus escape the many and varied changes produced upon them when introduced into the stomach, and subject to the process of digestion." The Hyge ana is for sale at all the Druggists throughout' the country.?X Y. Dutchman Jan. 14. The Iuhaler is worn ou the breast under the lin en, without the least inconvenience?the heat of the l)odv being sufficient to evaporate the fluid Hundreds of case* of cures, like the following, might be named One package of the Hygeana has cured ine of the Asthma of six years standing. J F KEESBERRY, P. M- of Duncanuon, Pa I am cured of the Asthma of ten years' standing ! by Dr Curtis's Hygeana MARGARET EASTON, Brooklyn, N. Y. MRS PAUL, of No 5 Hammond street, N Y., was cured of a severe case of Bronchitis by the Hygeana. My sister has been cured of a distressing cough cf several years' standing, and decided to be in curable by the physicians. She was cured iu one month by the 11 ygeana J II GAUDERT, P M. Richmond, Me. The Rev Dr CIIEEVER. of New York, testi fies of our medicine in the following language : New Yoke, Not. 15, 1WH. Dear Sir: I thirk highly of Dr Curtis's Hyge ana as a remedy In diseases of the throat and lungs Having had some opp?rtunity to testify its efflca cy, 1 am convinced that it is "a mostexcellent rem edy, both the Syrup and the Inhaling application to the chest. Prof S CENTER writes us as follows: Gentlemen?I have recently had occasion to test your Cherry Syrup and Hygean Vapor, in a caw of chronic sore'throat. that had refused to yield %> other forms of treatment, and the result has satis fied me that, whatever may be the composition of your preparation, it is no imposition. Nit an excel lent remedy. I wish, for the sake of ti e afflicted, that it might be brought within the reacu cr all. DR. JOHNS, one of the most celebrated Physi cians in New \ ork writes as follows : Dr Cirtis?Dear Sir?Having witnessed the excellent effects of your Hygeana or Inhaling Hy Sean Va^or and Cherry Syrup, in case of Chronic tronchitis. and lieing much in favor of counter ir ritation in affections ofthe throat. Bronchial tube and luiit^s. 1 can therefore cheerfully recommend your Medicated Aparatus as being the most con venient and effectual mode of applying anything of the kind I have ever seen. No doubt thousands of person> may be relieved, and many cured, by tt-ing your medicines. 1 must here be allowed to confess that I am op posed to prescribing or using secret compounds, but this little neatly contrived article, ana its ef fects in the case aliove alluded to, have induced me to speak in its favor. You are at liberty to use this In any way you may think proper. Respectfully, yours, Ac., C. JOHNS, M D . No. (iOtf Houston street. N. Y. Price three d??llar* a package. S^id by CI RT1S & PERKINS and BOYD A PAU I., 119 Chambers st., N . Y. Four package* sent free to any part of the Uni ted States for 'en dollars. N B?Dr. Cinq's Hvgeana Isthe ORIGINAL and ONLY GENUINE ARTICLE; all others are base imitations, or vile and injurious counter feits Shun them as you would POISON For sale in Washington by CHAS. STOTT. Pa avenue, near 7th street, and J B MOORE, in the F lrst Ward may 22?6m ? ?" * ?" , Abbott's History of N a poison, 2 volumes, oelavo Constance Ilerben, a novel, by "Mtsa Jewwbury, 37c. The Controversy between Senator Brooks and ?A>vhb1*hop Hughes 25c FRANCK TAYLOR W?I DOCTOR HOOFLAND'I celebrated GERMAN BITTERS, PREPARED RT Dr. C. 91. JAC KSON. Philadelphia. P?., WILL EFFECTrALLYCCRE liver complaint, dyspepsia, Jaundice, Chronic or Xtrvous Debility, DW~ eases of the Kidneys, and all Disease* arising from a Disordered ' Liver or Stomach. Such as Constipation. Inward Piles. Full new, or Blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nau sea. Heartburn, Disgust for food, Fullness, or Weight in the Stomach. Sour Eructations, Sink ing or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering ot the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensations when in a lying Posture, Dimness of Vision, Dots of Wens before the Sight. Fev?r and Dull Pain in the Head. Defi ciency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes. Pain in the Side. Back. Chest. Limits Ac., Sudden Flushes of Heat Burning in the Flesh. Constant Imaginings of Evil, and great Depression of Spirits. THE PROPRIETOR, in calling the attention of the public to this preparation, does so with a feeling or the utmost confidence in its virtues and adaptation of it to the diseases for which it is recommended. It is no new and untried article, but one that has stood the test of a ten years' trial before the Amer ican people, and its reputation and Kale is unri valled by anv similar preparations extant. The testimony in its favor given by the most promi nent and well-known Physicians and individuals, in all parts of the country is immense. The fol lowing from North Carolina is respectfully sub milted, referring any who may still doubt, to the "Memorabilia.-'' or Practical Receipt Book, for Farmers and Families. to lie had gratis of all the Agents for the German Bitters. Principal Office and Manufactory, 120 ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA. TESTIMONY FROM NORTH CAROLINA Certijicate Of Dr W. Smith, of Pine Hill, Rich mond County, JV. C. Pixk IIill, March 4, 1P54. I)k C M. Jackson. Philadelphia?Dear Sir: 1 have Iteen a subject of Dyspepsia, in its worst form, for the last five years. Such was my condi tion for twelve months that the physicians and all who saw nie said I must die. >Vhile in this con dition 1 *.vas carried to the watering places in Vir ginia, Tennessee, and North Carolina, but was not benefitted by any water to which I was taken. While on my way home 1 stopped a week at Ruth erfordton. a small village in North Carolina, to try the effect of some Clialyheate water in that place. About the last of the week 1 went into a drug store to gei ^me medicine for my child and myself. There were seveml of the village physi cians in the store, and one of litem seemed to take some interest in my case, and, after tt?kinK me some questions.'said he had l>een a dyspeptic and had been greatly benefitted by the use of HOOF LAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, prepared by vou, and he insisted that 1 would try the Bitters He also called the next day at my room, and in sisted so much that I would try them that I isked him to wet me one bottle. He did it, and 1 com menced taking it as directed, ami I was more ben efitted by it than all the water and medicine I had ever taken. After reaching home one of my neighbors came to me for a prescription and medicine, (he a dys peptic.) and I gave him nearly all the Bitters 1 li;id left, which ^fleeted much good in his case. He has often called on me for more of the same kind of medicine, saying he was more benefitted by it than any other he had taken, but I have not been able to get anymore for him or myself since , will you, therefore, please ship me a dozen or more as soon as possible. Respectfully, yours, W. SMITH. D R HOOKER. Roger's Store, Wake Co.,N. C .October 24, lc53, says: "Having experienced very great benefit from the use of HOOF LAND'S GERMAN BITTERS in Chronic Dysentery and functional derangement of the Liver, and its concomitant evils. I am desirous of obtaining a quantity of it for the benefit of my community. You will, therefore, please send a lot, SiC., &.c. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J. ATWOOD Hustsvillk, Yadkin Co., N. C. ) Noveml>er Lst, 1K55 J Dr. C M Jackson?Dear Sir : Allow me to ex press to you my sincere thanks for your discovery of a medicine which, to say the least of it. has ef fected a cure that all other medicines, that I have> taken, have entirely failed to do. HOOF LAND'S GERMAN HITTERS have cured me of the most stubt>orn and aggravated case of the piles that, perhaps, ever fell to the lot of man. Sly case is not a stran-'er in this community, as I am well known in this and the surrounding counties, and can truly say tliat my recovery has astounded all my friend- and relations, as I had tried everything recommended, and nothing did me any good un til I was prevailed upon to try the Bitters. Yot: are at liben v to make any use of this communica tion for tbe benefit of the afflicted, you may think proper. Truly, yours, WM. J. ATWOOD These bitters are entirely vegetable, they invig orate and strengthen the systemf never prostrate it. and can l?e used for infants as well as adults. For sale by respectable dealers everywhere, and by Z D OILMAN, Washington; J L KID WELL. Georgetown, and J. R. PIERPONT, Alexandria. inar l?ly PRIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE PHILOSOPHIC AL?VIEW OF MARRIAGE, RY M. B. LA CROIX, >1. D.( ALB Ay Y, y. Y., 230 pages and 130 Fine, Plain, and Colored Lithographs and Plate*. Price only Twenty-Five Cent#. Sent Free r>f Postage to all parts of the Union. C1HEAPEST BOOK EVER PUBLISHED? / and containing nearly double the q iantity of read ing matter in that of the fifty cent ok dol lar PUBLICATIONS. It treats on the PH YSIOL OGY OF MARRIAGE, and the Secret Infirmities, and Disorder of Youth and' Maturity, resulting from ex cesses, which destroy the physical and mental pow er*, with Observations ,,n ? . Marriage, its duties and disqualifications, and their r*medie?: with Lithographs, illustrating the Anatomy and Physiology, and Diseases of the Re productive Organs of both sexes, their structure, u-ws, and functions. A jsipular and comprehen sive Treatise on the Duties and Causaltie* of sin gle and married life?happy and fruitful alliance*, mode of securing them?infelicitous and infertile ones?their obviation and removal,? important hints to those contemplating matrimony, that will overcome objections to it; none, however, should take this important step without first consulting its pages?commentaries on the diseases and medical treatment of females from infancy to old age, each case graphically illustrated by beautiful lithogra phic platen?nervous debility, its causes and cure, by a process at once so simple, safe, and effectual that failure is impossible?rules for daily manage ment?an essay on ^pormatorrhasa, with practical observations on a safer and more successful mode of treatment?precautionary hints on the evils re sulting from empirical practice?an essay on all diseases arising from indiscretion, with plain and simple rules by which all persons can cure them selves without mercury?remedies for those self infiicted miseries and disappointed hopes so un fortunately prevalent in the young. It is a truth ful adviserto the married and those contemplating marriage Its perusal is particularly recommend^ ed to persons entertaining secret doubts of their physical condition, and who are conscious of hav ing hazarded the health, happiness, and privileges to which every human being is entitled Price TWENTY-FIVE CENTS per copy, or Five Copies for One Dollar. Mailed free of jx>st age to all parts of the United States. N B.?Those who prefer may consult Dr. LA CROIX upon any of the diseases ujk>ii which this book treats, either personally or bv mail. Medi cine sent to any part of Union according to di rections, safely {Kicked and carefully secured from all observation Address Dr M B. LA CROIX, No. 31 Maiden Lane, or Post Office Box 579, Allwny, N. Y. Office open daily from 9 a. in. to 9 p. m., and on Sunday from 2 until 5 p. m. Office R EMOVE1) from No. M Beaver st. to :il Maiden Lane, Albany, N. V. dec 7?y History of the corps of royal Sappers and Miners, by Conolly, Quarter master Sergeant of the Corps, 2 volumes, Lon don, ls5S Sir Howard Douglass on Naval Operations in the Bla< k Sea. pamphlet, London, 1855 The Anglo-Indian Army and Military History In the East, by Captain Rafter, 1 vol, London, 1H35 O'Byrne's Naval Annual and Almanac for 1855 Capability of Steamships, by Atherton, Chief En gineer, Woolwich, 1 vol, London, lb55 J ebb on attack and defence of outposts Ottley's History of Remarkable Sieges Burn's Naval and Military Technical Dictionary, enlarged Campbell's Dictionary of Military Science Gritnth's Military Law leech's Apopthegms of Napoleon Jervis on tlie Rifie Musket Boucher on the Rifie Thackeray's Rifle Firing Naitland's Ball Practice Roberts on Recruits Kra?inski's Russia and Euros* And other Military Works just IntMtfti hf je 16 FRANCK TATLOR. FINE ENGRAVINGS?We have recently received a laiye lot of fine French, English, and American ENGRAVINGS, which we are ?filing off at exceedingly low rates. "JOHN F ELLIS, >1 W Pa. ftvvuut Tma??t q??A?riM?T, Jont%\ i?M 1JPOPOSALS will be raeeired at this derert JL mmt until the J7th day of AuguM naxtat IS o'elock, ra., for furnishing (wrought, fitted, and delivered in a proper slate to put Into the bulldina) all the material fbr the exterior wall* of the toirth win? of the extension of the Treasury Department building, which will be either granite or marble m may hereafter be determined The bidder whose bid is accepted, to hare the privilege of furnishing the material for the outside of the re mainder of the building when Congress may have made the necessary appropriation* for its construc tion, provided that at that time it is deemed for the interest of the United States to give it to him The department reserving the right to reject the

proposal* hereby invited, ahoula the interest of the United States require It. The stones must all bfc wrought to the dimen sions, sires, model*. Ac, which mar be furnished by this department, by which all measurements will be governed. On the court or rear side of the exterior the walls will be plain ashler, with plain window opening* of equal height in the three upper stories, and crowned with a cornice similar to the rear of the present building, without the architrave and frieze On the remainder of the exterior walls, the col umns and antae, their capitals and bases, the enta Mature and balustrade, the window and doordres sintr*. Ac., the style of architecture of the present buildinir. so far as ornament is concerned, will be paeserved throughout, with the exception of the door and window openings.* which may be varied, except those in theeavt end of the two wings. The sires, shape, and di mensions of the columns, antae. capitals, bases, and cross section of the entablature and balustrade will be the same as in the present boilding. If of granite, the shrift of the columns mav be either in one or three pieces of equal length. The base and capital of the columns and antafe will each be in one piece. The architrave of the entab lature will extend in one length from centre to cen tre of antae or coluiTTn . and those over the latter to be composed of but one block, with both sides and iKtttom wrought, together with such parts of the top as may be reqnired. Those over the antae. the outer fore'and the top and bottom edge. 'The fare of the ashler must l>e perfectly wrought to the sample, with all the necessary heads, re lates, returns, At., required. The beds, builds, ends. fee., rough hammered to the square. All re lates. mouldings,, ornamental and bevelled work must be dean wrought, and agreeably to the direc tions given by the superintendent. If marble is used, tne shafts of the columns may be in four and five pieces; the architrave in one length from centre to centre of the columns or antae; but over the former may be composed of three separate blocks, one laying flatwise, forming the underside and the first member on each edge; the other two standing on edge; forming the inside and outside faces of the same. Those over the antae must be in one block. The measurement of the material and work ile livered, and the payment thereon will made agree ably to the following form and schedule, ana all bids must be made accordingly. Schedule or rule for the measurement of materials to be delivered, viz : Cornice, per foot in length, including cost of stock, freight, and workmanship $ Architrave over column, including cost of . stock, freight, and workmanship Architraveoverantae.includingcostofstock, freight, and workmanship Capitals of columns, each including cost of stock, freight, and workmanship Capitals of antae, each, including cost of stock, freight, and workmanship Bases of ant ie. each, including cost of stock, freight, and workmanship Bases of column, each, inducing cost of ^ stork, freight, and workmanship Shafts of column, in one piece, including cost of stock, freight, and workmanship . Shafts of column. Fn three or more pieces, including cost of stock, freight, and work manship Plain steps, (with a cross section of 1 7 by t>,*4 to H inches,) per foot in length, inclu ding cost of stock, freight, and workman ship Platforms, 3 feet wide, length not exceeding Hi feet, including stock, freight, and work manship, per superficial foot of surface seen For any greater width than 3 feet, up to*8 feet, an increase of price per superficial foot for eacii additional 3 inches or width of All the other stones of the building whose width does not exceed three times their thickness will bs measured as follows: fl'he stock in all stones whose contents do not exceed 30 cubic feet, will measured and paid for by the cubic contents, at per cubic foot .. .$ For all stones exceeding 30 feet ami not ex ceeding 70 cubic feet, for each additional foot an additional price of, per cubic foot. For all stones exceeding 70 cubic feet in con tents. for each additional foot an additional price of. j>er cubic foot For stones of greater width than three times their thickness, there will be paid an additional price of j?er cent for each additional three inches in width. The work on the al>ove will be measured and raid for by tin- superficial foot For each super ficial foot of fine hammered granite work seeo equal to No 1 hammering on Boston custom-house, per superficial foot ?>o. 2 hammering ou Boston custom-house. per superficial foot ; Ino . 3 hammering on Boston custom-house. per superficial f.K>t ?So. 4 hammering on Boston custom-house, per suj>erficial root 1* or all beds, builds,ends, backs, 4c., ham mered full to the square, as ordered, per su perflc ial foot ? .. ?. Kach bidder to furnish a sample?a cube of one loot of the stone he proposes to deliver, with five laces hammered, giving on four sides his under standing of the above four qualities of hammering; the fifth side, his rough hammering; while the sixth may show the rough stock; and this will be used as a standard in Judging of the stock de li vered. If of marble, the face of the ashler must be ham mer. d in the most perfect manner, agreeably to n sample of the size al>ove named, to be furnished by the bidder; and the surface seen will be meas ured aud paid for at S per superficial foot For hammering of beds,builds,backs, Ac .'full foot *Ci"are' M ,<er sanie- ? |>er superficial If the alK?ve is sand rubbed, per cent, is to be added. For hammering of channels and rebates, not ex ceed in-' 4 by 2 inches, cent additional per lineal foot. r 1" or hammering of mouldings of one curve, ? per cent, additional upon thecoat of plain work; of i ?vo curves, per cent, upon plain work, per su perficial loot. Kad, arris on same, cents per lineal foot. 1-or hammering bevelled work. percent ad ditional to plain work; but to apply only to the |mrt cut off from the square work, and which is in nu ^ase to l>e measured in the plain work t or hammering of circular work, per cent additional to plain work. Ninety per c< ut. of the amount of the work done and material delivered, according to the contract price, (said amount to be ascertained by the esti mate of the superintendent appointed for that pur pose.) will be |?id from time to time as the work proceeds, and ten percent retained until the com pletion of the contract and accptance of the work &c., by the superintendent aforesaid. Contracts will be awardet^only to master build ers or mechanics; and the assignment thereof, ex cejPf !J> c?nsenl of the Secretary of the Treasury will be a forfeiture of the same. Every proposal must be accompanied by a writ en guarantee, signed by two responsible persons, (certified to be so by the district attorney or judye of the said district) that the bidder will, when re lU.ir . bis proposals be accepted, enter into a contract and bond, with proper and sufficient se curities, in the sum of fifty thousand dollars fm t be faithful performance of the same, if for the whole work, and of a proportionate amount if for a part thereof. Any information touching the mat ter can l>e obtained by application to the^Treasurv Department. ' Proposals will also be received up to the afore said date for furnishing and delivering at the site oy the perch, the rough stone for the foundation, cellar, and area walls of said building, and must beof the very best description for that purpose I hey will be required in such quantities and at such times as will !*? most for the convenience of the operation on the work, and in quality, to the entire approval of the superintendent. The de partment reserving the right to reject the proposals hereby invited if the interest of the United States < should require it. ? j iiiuitriais ror tk* Treatury Building Extension,'") and will be opened at one o'clock, p. m , of the last day fixed for receiving the same, in the presence of the bidders, il any choose to attend. Enquirer, Richmond, Va ; Sentinel, Alexandria, V a ; Intelligencer and Star. Washington, D. C.; Sun and Republican, Baltimore, Md ; Pennsylva V ?: {,hlla?elphla; Day Book and Sun, New Wrk; Post Boston; Argus, Portland, Me ; Patriot, Concord, N. H.; and Argus, Alhanv. N. Y.,two times each week for sixty days. Bill to be sent to Secretary of the Treasury. A H BOWMAN, FINE WATCHES. HAVING made a considerable addition to my ?tock of GOLD HUNTING PAT- 4D pa T LEVERS,and LADIES'WATCH- JR% LS, of first quality, heavy lfc carat oeeee A eb.<4'atc"E8SS?T. M I oner them at greatly reduced prises. The movements are selected with great care, and every Watch is wakuktid. * Persons in want of a fine timekeeper are invfted to examine my assortment. No WO Pa avenue, batw. Wh and flfei ate. mar ju Bt RAILROAD DIRECT TO THl WEST Tlaa b?twfm Wukii|Ua mm4 WkMlIu bst ITX kMT|! Running Time between Washington and Cincinnati 27 hours!! iHsoroH tickets AXD BAGOAOB rHBCl0 to bb HAD III WASHtXOTOX. T"E A!*D OHIO RAIL ROAJ> having greatly improved its Western connection?, now offer* the fullest inducements to ?.??oeHer" WASHINGTON. BALTI ^ P22&K ?f the WEST, N ORTH - WJEsT, and the SOUTHWEST The connection between the Trains fTOtn Wash ington and the Trains bound West from Baltl "Iw5? Pro",P,tl>'DMd<' at ^e Washington & M,(,1"lyc,ilMl the Relav House) y milm from Baltimore This is the only change of on required between(Washington and the Ohio river, w 'W*- r^?kpd trough to Wheeling at the \V ashington Station, and rechecked and traas ?"2V*'1 without charge, for those holding rhroagh Tickets f,?r points be y<*)d. The connecting Trains leave Washington tem on sund?>"? .wf i dirtct eonmfcttom Ls made with the trains of the CENTRAL OHIO RAIL \v? iV run",nC from Bellaire. on the Ohio, near Wheeling, through Cambridge, Zane*ville, and N ewark. to COl>M BI S. fh^e trains cc^SUct W Tar? Ww L Tan,rf lhe N>wark- *ansrteld and Sandusky Railroad for Sandusky Toledo Detroit. Chicago. St. Louis, etc. ' r !? the Railroad trains con nect with the fast trains of the M,amx Rail Xen'a- Cincinnati. !,oulsville, etc. At XEN IA fon Little Miami Railroad) connection is formed with the trains through l>avton. to Indian apohs, rerre Haute, Lafayette, Chicago, Rock Island, St. I,ouis, etc. ^ ICT Pa-saengers holding Through Tickets for Mtmphts Vtcksburg. Xatehex, .V<w Orleans. etcwhichare also sold at Washington?are trans at_C,"( >nna,i to the Mail Stumer* on the Ohio. Tickets for Evansville, Cairo, and St. Louis are sold bv tins route. t*PT * CLEV'KLAND, and via Cleveland to 3? ? ,?CbicaK?- etc ? t,ckets are sold, j m is navigable between Wheeling tffv. ,u ,V|11 e fforJy *nilex) where a connection made cleveland and Pittsburg Railroad is ? travelers are requested to notice that while this is the only route affording Through Tickets and Checks in Washington, it ls also the shortest, most speedy, and direct to nearly all the leading poinu in the great Wert. The distance from Washington to Cincinnati is but 653 miles, beta" about 100 miles shorter than by anv other rout* .FARE, BV THROUGH TICKET, PROM ^ ASHINGTON :?To Wheeling, #9 54k Colum bus. 813 65: Dayton. #15 50; Cincinnati, fM U> Louisville, by railroad. 818 65. 1? traf r ftoni Cincinnati, #18 00; Indianapolis, $17 5U: Cleve land. #12 50; Tob*do, #15 SI; Detroit, 915 Su Chicago. #?_?<? 65 and *19 50; St Louis, #28 SO and #25; Memphis. &J6; New Orleans. #31: etc. r-!^Z.F(J^1 FRKbERICK AND HARPER'S Hk^.VvS^UUR(i' CUMBKRLAND. BERKLEY SPRINGS. BEDFORD SPRINC * PIEDMONT. OAKLAND, and FAIRMOUN'i passengers may I??ave Washington at 6 a m or Of P in. For the minor wav stations between Baltimore and Wheeling, take 6am train from Washington. CZ7"" F or trains to and from Baltimore, Ana polls etc.. see special advertisements. . nJ~ For further information. Through Tickets to THOMAS H PARSONS, Agent! at Washington Station. JOHN H DONE. Master of Transportation, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Baltimore may 3?tf GREAT SOLT1IERX MAIiTroCTE. Twice daily between washing ton and the South via Freder icksburg. Richmond, Petersburg,. Va , Weld.in and Wilmington, N. C ton. S. C., and Augusta, Ga. The traveling public is hereby informed that the swift and comfortable steamers BALTIMORE AND MOUNT VERNON leave the Steamboat Wharf at Washington daily at G a inland 7p.m. arriving in Richmond at 1 p. m and J a. ui j <uid at Peter* buiv at Ubi d m and 5 a m. e '? r' The following Through Tickets con be obtained on board the boats: To Fredericksburg *3 00 To Junction of Virginia Central RailroadV.". .4 6J To Richmond. \a < ?i? To Norfolk, Va \\\ g ,Ml To Petersburg Va 6 u, To Weldon, V C "I";" " To Wilmington, N. C u> fare on POTOMAC KIVKR. For each passenger, as follows: I To Alexandria ij cents, and baggage 12 w cents ^ arbury s9m#### 1 (Kt To (^uantico. Sandy Point, Ac.V.V. .V.V.VV 1 5o To Aquia Creek... [['2 w Meals and Suite Rooms extra. For further information apply on board of the boats, or to GEO. MATTINGLY. Agent. je 3? Washington. T^E?JT?TO>,AC R1VFB STEAMBOAT COMPANY SSTEAMER ALICE C.PRICE CAPT. SAMTEL BAKER. ' "ll/'ILL LEAVE WASHINGTON AT SIX ff o'clock a. in., and ALEXAN DRIA at 7 o'clock, a. in.? TLLSDA\ MORNINGS ? For Mattox, Curnoman, L. Machodoc, Piney Point, Kinsale, and Cone. On FRIDAY MORNINGS?ForChapel Point. W tcoinico. Leonardtown, Pinev Point. St. Mary > and Cone. 7 ' On WEDNESDAY, treturning)?I^?ve Cone at 4 o clock, a. m., for St Mar\Ts, Pinev Point. Leonardtown. W icomico, and Chapel Point. On SATURDAY, (returning)?Leave Cone at 4 o clock, a m . for Kinsale, Piney Point. L Ma chodoc, Currioman. and Mattot. The A C. Price will call at the usual landings on the river when signals are made. By order of the Board: ^ JAMES P. SMITH, President. Alexandria, \a., June 1, lsi5. je 15?tf WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. pHANCI OF IIOL RS.?On and after Uoc day, the -^ld instant, the Trains will 4T Wa#llin^ton at G and a. m., and 3 and On Sunday at p. m. Leave Baltimore at 4* and 9* a m , and 3 and 5Jf p. in. On Sunday at 4 a m aP23?tr T H PARSONS, Agent ORANGE t ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. ON ANDAI*TLR 1 L LSUAY, November 7. 1851, the Cars l.*eve ALEXANDRIA FOR GORDONSVILLE. and intermediate stations, at 7% o'clock, a m , on the arrival of the boat from \\ ashington, giving amnle time for Breakfast on board?connecting at Manassas Junction with a train for Strasburg; at \\ arrenton J unction with a train for \\ arrenton, and at GordonsviUe with the trains on the Virginia Central Railroad for Rich mond, Charlottesville, and Staunton. The cars will leave Gordonsville daily for Alex andria and intermediate stations, at k before 1*2 a in., on the arrival of the trains of the Virginia Cen tral Railroad from Richmond, Charlottesville and Staunton. ' THROUGH TICKETS. From Alexandria to Warrenton, - - #2 00 Gordonsville. - 3 50 C harlottesville, - 4 25 Staunton, ? - 5 go Strasburg, - - 3 50 Lynchburg, - - 6 75 " '* W inchester, - - 3 50 Luray. - - - 4 tf H 44 || H || II II II II II 14 14 New'Market, - 5 uo N <( Middh burg, - - 2 25 For LYNCHBURG, connecting with the sta^e at Charlottesville, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and r ridays. ' For LL RA\ and NEW MARKET,connectini; with the stages at Culj?epper, on Tuesdays, Thurs days, and Saturdays For WIN CH ESTER daily, connecting with the stages at Piedmont h or M1DD LE BURG daily, connecting with the stages at the Plains. Per order: W. B. BROCKETT. Agent. nov t?tf ' ? FOivM!1^vRA,iGE A*D ALEXANDRIA AND MANASSAS GAP RAILROADS. rpHE Subscriber's Coaches will call for pasaen * gers wishing to connect with the above railroads. \it- .. w'th the Steamers GEOI^jEAV^^TP ,^?7ION or THOMAS COLL YER, which leave \\ ashington at 6 a. m. [II/* -Meals furnished on the boats Persons wishing thecoaches to call for them can leave their name and residence with Mr. John T Killman. near the Capitol gate: Mr. Butt's drug store, corner Pa avenue and 12tn St.; or at Geo. A Thos. Parker A Co.'s store. Coaches can be had far Pleasure Trips. may 29?2m WILLIAM W If A LEY. STEAMBOATS CONNECTING WITH EACH TRAIN OF CARS ARRIV liy? In W ashington or Alexan dria.?The Steamers TUOS. COL.ii2sB"/ Steameri THOS. COL-? YER or GEORGE WASHINGTON win make the above connections, leaving Washington at 6 a m , for the Orange and Alexandria CarTiadJ?. neet with the same train on their arrival JET MEALS furnished on the boats The Boats connect with all the trains from Bal ?ry l7-tf SAM'L Ut^*EYTc.f?un Bf EMOlRS Or THE0OUNTE99OF BUM "W MWI 'OS^MUTIISSN tui. u"KUtf<gnSss& -*?-. Traveler is not subjected U> any nl|kt travel on the Railroad from New York id WT.mai4t.aa, la North Carolina THBoron TICK Bf ? .N?w York to Wilmington Ill ? Do. Waldoa 1*00 Do Norfolk and Portsmouth 8 N Philadelphia to W ilmmgtoo.N C .. M 00 Do. Weldon 7!T. 10 00 Do. Norfolk and Portsmouth 6 60 From Baltimora to Wilmington, N C U 00 Do. Weld>?n 8 00 Do. Norfolk and Portsmouth 6 00 For further Information and Through Tl?kets, applv in New York at the Naw Jersey Railroad Offlce. foot of Courtland street; in Phtln4elphln at the Philadelphia and Baltimore Railroad Ofliee. in Liberty street, in Baltimore at the Oflee of tha Baltimore Ste?in Packet Company, foot of Union Dock, or on board of the Bav Steamers Omnibusse* and Baggage Wagons are provided ? on the Line, by which passengers and tnelr hap gage are conveyed through Philadelphia and Bal timore free of all expense. and Baggage Coadue tors whose duty it is to give information and ahaak tha baggage to tha several points on this rosK, arcoiii|Kiny the passengers Passengers from New York and Philadelphia trill have their Iwxg^aire checked to Baltimore and thence on board the Bay Boat* to Norfolk. Ports mouth , Weldon. Ac.. Ac. The new and splendid steamer LOUISIANA. l.l'JO tons burthen, replete with everv comfort and convenience, has Ijeen added to the line. THE LINK BEING NOW COM- O posrd of the splendid s'eni: - ^ LOUISIANA, Capt George W Hii(eJir?U NORTH CAROLINA. Cap?. James Canon, hav ing unsurpassed State Rooms and Berth Aeeeca* modationa. The Norfolk or Bav Line Stenmers will leave the Company's wharf. Union Dock, foot of Con cord street, dailv (Sundays excepted) at 6 o'clock, p m , or immediately after the arrival of the El prms Train which leavea New York at Sa m., and Philadelphia at 12){ p. m The following la the schedule: Leave New York at ft o'clock, a. m. Leave Philadelphia at 12>? o'clock, p. m. Lea\e Baltimore at 6 o'clock, p m I.eave Portsmouth at o'claek, am Leave Weldon at 12 o'clock, noon l^eave Wilmington at 9% o'clock, p m. For Augusta. Charleston and the South, via lha Manchester Railroad. now ft-iisbed fET" Passengers for Richmond and Petersburg, or any other points on James River, connect wlta the James River Boats early next morning after leaving Baltimore. JII7" AH passengers for H den ion, Plymouth, N ewbei n, xVashintfton. Wddoo, Goldsboro', Warsaw. Raleigh and Wilmington. N . C.. or any other point on the Seal?ord and Wilmington Roads, will find it the most pleasant and agreeable route. M N. FALLS. Agent ? Baltimore. May 17, 1856. FOR PHILADELPHIA. T PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON A BAL Tl.MORL RAll.KOAb ?Passenger tralna leave Baltimore daily (except Sundays) for Phila delphia at e.3u, (Express) and 11 a. m , and 7 p. m. Fw Havre de Grace at and II a m : 9 30 (Havre de Grace Accommodation Trains) and 7 p. in : 7 p. m. train nui.s every night, this being the only train on Sunday. 11 a. m train has a second class car attached: fare iu it to Philadelphia S No SECOND CLASS TICKETS sold In the ?-ars. THA!** Foil B A L T IVi'kR. Leave Philadelphia at ?.30a m . (1*2 46 Express and 3 p. rn Steamlioat) and 11 p. m Lea\e Havre de Grace at T 3u a m ; Havre de Grace Accommodation Trains 1146 a m , 3 16, 566 p. m., and V.uG a m. WM CRAWFORD, Agent. Baltimore. April 3D?tr THE NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES wffiK llllsfl >1 A I 1 STEAMLKI.^Qd MIE SHIPS COMPRISING THIS LINE are the ATLANTIC. Captain West, PACIFIC. Captain Nrr, BALTIC, Captain t'ometock. ADR1 A'l IC, Captain Grafton These Ships have been built by contract, ex press ly for Government service; every care has beea taken in their construction, as in the engine*. h? insure strength and sj>eed. and their accommoda tions for passengers are unequalled for elegance and comfort. pkick or passagb. From New York to Liverpool, in first cabin, f W0 Second cabin, 71 Exclusive use of extra sire state rooms, - 3W> From Liverpool to New York. - ?30 and 130 An experienced Surgeon attached to each ship. No berth can be secured until paid for. For freight or passage applv to EDWARD K COLLINS t CO . 5t? Wall street. New YorS. BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO , Liverpool. E. G ROBERTS A CO . 13 King's Anns Yard. London. JOHN MUNROE A CO.. 0B Rue Notre Dame des Vi< toiree. Parle. GEORliE H 1JRAPF.R. Havre The owners of these ships will not be accoante* ble for gold, silver, bullion, specie, Jewelry, pre- ? cious stones, or metals, unless bills of lading are 4 signed therefor, and the value thereof therein e? pressed nov lft?ly e ^ MOTT BEDELL'S LINE. SEW YORK, AL E XA\D RI A. WASH1SG Toy CITY. AS U DISTRICT OFCOLUM B1A PACKETn This line of packets sails week ly from pier 14 East river. New York, and oftener if necessary, and Is composed of the fol lowing first-class ve^seL*: ? New sch'r A. V. Bedell. Bedell, master New ?ch r Mott Bedell, A V.TredwelL Sch'r A*x D., Wm Oliver, master Sch'r Volakt, L A Smith, master Sch'r ConEiSDKi-iJi-Ch ief. Woglum, master. Sch'r Gbeeswat, Wilsoa. master These vessels are all fast sailers, and the masters are men of experience m the trade, and the only regular lint qfiWashington City packets. MOTT BEDEfLl., Wall street New York. S. S MASTERS k SONS. Alexandria. Ya. THOMAS RILEY. feb 1?6m Washington and D. of C. FOR MOUNT VERNON. ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS?FARE, round trip, f 1; from Alexandria _ . #|f' **' fc. 75 cents ?The steamer THOMASjfejtf9ihi?4n-^ COLLYER leaves Washington at V. and Alexsn dria at o'clock. Coaches leave the Capitol for the boat at o'clock Coach fare 10 cents Per sons wishing the ceaches will leave their residence with George A Thomas Parker. Refreshments on the boat ectfift?tf S AM L GEDNEY^Captain^ FOR PHILADELPHIA. CITIZEN'S I* N I O N LINE ?The Steamer OHIO. Capt Trip}*, will com mence running on this loag-estab* lished route, for Philadelphia, ou April *2. leaving Union Does, foot of Concord st , Haiti more, daily /except Sundays) at 7 o'clock a. in , stopping at Ford s landing end Port Her man. Fare Cabin passage f '2 3?J Fare Forward Dock 1 6?? ICTBREAKFAST and SUPPER provided on Board WM. CRAWFORD. Agent Baltimore. March 31?tr SEA BATHING AT OLD POINT COM* ftORT. ON E OF THE BALTI MORE STEAM PACK ET CO S STEAMERS will leave the Union D?<k. foot of Con oord Street. Baltimore. dail> (Sutuluv? txcepu at 5 o'clock p. m , for Old Point Comfort I] r Fare there and ba< k St??giving the |Smi -n gers the privilege to remain the whole season M.N. FALLS. Agent B S. P Co. Baltimore, June 1?tr PIANOS?PIANOS. WrE respectfully revj est tlieaU'-ntioe of jimioDe who purpose purchasiug Pianos to our very r extensive assortment now in store, consisting of Piaiios from the <>ld and celebrated manufactories of Ilallet, Davis A Co.. Boston ? Bac >n A Raven, New York: Knabe. tiaehle A Co.. baltlmore. These Pianos we guarantee in every respeet to be inferior to none others We take old Pianos in part payment, accept good endorsed notes for 2. 3. audtf months, In Iket make nl mm:# snif ? * ..w*vo w, ?*???* " IMUIHUJI, I almost any arrangement to suit purchasers We have also several serond hand Pianna foe sale low and upon easy terms. Also, Guitars, Violins, Flutee, Aeeovdeoae. Mo* sic. Strings, Ac Parsons oan have their Pianos toned and recain* by leaving tbeir names with JOHN F ELLIS, je30~ M Pa. avaaun JVltW Ml SlC^TlisPresldent'sMountedGuae^. il Quickstep oomposed by Robert Hellar. I?ae i just been published bv the aubecriban. The MM tpage Is most eN^irrtly embellished