Newspaper of Evening Star, July 13, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated July 13, 1855 Page 4
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EVENING STAB. iM f HIDDEN LIGHT. I much mistrust the voice That savs all hearts are cold, That iuere self-interest rei*n?, And all is bought and sold. 1 much mistrust the man Who will not strive to find Some latent virtue in The soul of all mankind. Yen! if you sav the fount Is sealed and dry, I know It needs a wiser hand To make ihe waters flow If you wo'ild still appeal To evil life in all, 1 kn-.w a demon >?nnd Will answer to your call. But when the Lord was gone? The Lord who came to save? Two angels fair and bright Sat watching by the grave And from that blessed hour. With an immortal mien, In every tomb of Good Some angel sits unseen The spell to bring it forth ' With lowly, gentle mind. With patient love and trust Go seek?and ye shall find HOW DEACON FLAX WAS " SOLD." One Sunday recently, as Deacon Flax was going up Pleasant street he e?pied a very re spectable looking man, who was plainly ?? envious from too tree use of liquor, that he could'nt tell which side of the thoroughfare the paver had laid the sidewalk Deacon Flax was amazed. He know the liquor law was in force; and how under the run the man had got his glasses, greatly mys tified the old gfiitL-m in. Accordingly he lost no time in putting the question, as the ine briate reeled towards him, 44 Pray, tell me. my good sir. where on earth did you get it ?" 4* Ccr-ecr-ccr-eertainly," said the mau, " I phant't do rioth-uothing else !*' And he seized the Deacon by the arm, sing ing out, "Co-eo-come along! old co-co-cock ' I'll show you wh-wh-wh-where I got the cr-cr critter!" Well, it being anniversary week, and the rtreets being filled with the gentlemen of white cravats and broadcloth eoats, it was no very agreeable thing for Deacon to walk arm-in arm with a man who kept insisting ujkmi shak ing hands with all the lamp post, and inquir ing??? Whose treat is it note, old fellow ?" But the deacon is a man of most extraordi nary paticnae, and he faltered not till his companion led. or rather hustled him. into an alley somewhere in the vicinity of the railroad. Ifere he was pitched. as it were, into a sort ??f wooden ten-iooter, the door of which was promptly barred and padlocked. Then the unfortunate inebriate proceeded rlowly to open a locker over the mantel-shelf and took therefrom a large dingy jug. and ex claimed, in a voice of thunder?14 There, you tar-tar-tar-t.irnal old fool! There's where 1 gn-go-go-got it"' Dea< ?on Flax trembled like a leaf. He wi-hed to heaven he had never asked the man ?* where he got it." And presently he left?and his passage over the threshhold of the door of that ten-footer was expedited with such a powerful applica tion of the toes of a pair of boot*, that the good deacon looked as though he was jumping lor his lite, or for a wager. '? Mrs. Flax." he sai l, at night, a* he got into bed. 4-this a shocking bad piece of busi ness. 1 11 have no m*>re of it! People may drink, and be awizzlcd, lor ail 1 care, and may sell rum till the crack of doom. What'? what's that you .<ay, Sslly -44I say," said Mr*. Flax. 4'attend to your own bnsiaess. and let other folks' alone, and you will do well enough !" And Deacon FlaJt went to sleep. Origin of thu Word Bigot.?The very word bigot originated in a secular and political transaction, n? t in religion. Hollo, Duke of JSormandy. receiving Gis-a. daughter of King Charles, in marriage and with her the invest iture of the Dukedom refused to perform the usual ceremony of ki.-=iug the King's foot in token of -abjection, unless the King would hold it out for that purpose, and when urged to it, answered ha.-tily. * No, by God.'"? Whereupon the Kir.' gave him the nickname of the Ay God. or bigot, and the name has passed to all stubborn and peevish insi.-ters on their own notions.?Christian Register In winter, a lady i* envrapped in a hundred miles of thread ; she throw? over her shoulder* from thirty t'? fifty in a shawl. A gentleman winds between three and four mile# around his neck, and uses four more in a pocket-handkerchief. At night he throws off bio clothing, and burie* himself, like a larva, in four or five hundred miles of oonrolved fila ment*. iar John jwton used to say, 44 If ft man will make his nest here below, God will put a thorn in it ; and, if that will not do, he will *et it on fire.'' MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. Same. Leave t For Day. Pac.fic Liverpool New York...June30 North Star.. Havre New York....June3U Arayo .Southampton..New York....July 4 Baltic New Yor* Liverpool July 11 Hermann... New York Bremen July 11 |Ij~ The California steamers leave New York on the 5th and &*th of each month. ARRIVALS AT principal HOTELS* National Hotel Hon R K Meade, Ya J R Brown, do H Kchnen. Ala C Digge*. Md G l> Livingston, NY J H Dean/La J Young. Pa Dr J Thornbv LSN Dr W Helm,'Va JDK wlin^, Md J K Titus, fll J Russell. Md Mr Williams, do W C Denny, Pa B V Kohnen, Ala Brown*' llotel J Bitlingsley A family, Va H O London & family, do J L Allcock. Pa Miss M Allcock. do Miiis M Snow, do Mrs L Jones, do K B Gibbet A sou. Fla J. Delaigh A >ister. Ga M Cohen. Md W Alexander, do J Alexander, do K. t>. WILLA1D. R 1* Grav, lady and uls ter. In'd T F Bowie, Md C B Berr t R Hall A family. La J Fox. Mass C Newcoinb. do T A Wiley. NC S C Symmes, DC S A Buckner, Va J T Buckner, Mi R Martin, NY Mrs Brower. Ga Miss Brower. do -T. P. A * BROWf. Miss Alexander, Md Miss Newcomb, do L O Rynder A lad J. Pa T J Kerr A lady, SC K J Plowdeu and lady, Md Mi>s S Plowden, doj W II liinkley, do J Kelly, Va W Lenox, DC J W Scott, do P S Duval, Pa M Jones & lady, Md Willardb' Hotel?u M Courtnev. Lt P F he Rones, do J F Barnard and lath Ala J O Sargent, N Y S C R bid. jr. do Hon J Cadwallader. Pa B A Oeden. NJ A Merchant. Md M C Cameron. Can J Hessy A J- c. W ILL A HI. L Gale, Md J Gale, do K hong, do s F.dwards, USN G 11 Paige. USA Col Sumner, do L Tierwan. Md w Jr- do NY^'vemoa and lady. R A Morgan, Ala Kirkwood House? Mr Hilton A lady, Ala G R Mason, N V * Glerwell. Md A B Hawkins, 111 E J Seyburn A ladv, do J B Stewart. Ky G J Jefferson, ?C A G William*, M ass S N Salomon. DC do H. A A. K IE K WOOD J B Clarke. Mass PR Hit A family, T Guadaqui. N Y Rev Dr Eiupie, Va L Robinson, do W E Sinn. Md B Darby; do W J Warren, do tailed .States Hote4? r c. hackxky. V Wllay, Mo B Monte, do C Carr, Va C F Stoddart, NY L. Fowler, do W B Brooke. Mans J J Well*. Del F B Crookuhank. Md G W Pennington, do J Bos well A lady, NY Mrs E J Fields, NJ G Sanders. Md J H Scott, do H h Harrington, do W Brooks. Tex O Trucell, Md J A McPbereon, do Miss Christie, do Mm McMillan, do American Hotel?ukitlebowkr A lovxtt. "W B Copeland, Mi W L Dix, Va J II Dean, Va G U Isler, do E J Swift, do J W McGee, do W A Street DC W P Blakey. do M Beason, Md T Armstrong. Md Beason, do Mi?* T Beason, do Beason t do # artpu m SPANISH MIXTURE. THE GREAT PURIFIER OP THE BLOOD! WOT A PARTICLE OF MXRCUKT IX IT. AN INFALLIBLE REMEDY for Scrofula. King's Evil, Rheumatism, Obstinate Cutane ous Eruptions. Pimples or Pustules on the face. Blotches. Boils. Chronic Sore Eyes, Ring Worm or Tetter. Scald Head. Enlargement and Pain of the Bones and Joints, Stubt?orn fleers. Sy philitic Disorders. Lumbago, Spinal Com plaints. and all the diseases.arising from an in judicious use of Mercury. Imprudence 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 certifl cates, selected from a large number, are. however, stronger testimony than the mere word of the pro prietors : and are all from gentlemen well known in 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 4he 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 vs 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. Mercury, and I believe all the Tonics advertised, but all without permanent relief. At last I tried Carter's Sj>ani?h Mixture, two bottles of which effectually cured me, and I am happy to say I have had neither chills or fevers since. I con sider it the l>est Tonic in this world, and the only medicine that ever reached my case JOHN LONlTDEN. Braver 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 uas bought up wards ol*bottles, which he has given away to the afflicted. Mr Luck says he has never known it to fail when taken according to directions. Dr. M IN OK. a practising Physician, and for merly of the City Hotel, in the city of Richmond, says "he has witnessed in a numlier of instances the eti'ects of Carter's Spanish Mixture, which were most truly surprising. He says in a case of Consumption, dependent on the Liver, the good effects were wonderful indeed. SAMUEL M. DRINKER, of the firm of Drin ker ic Morris. Richmond, was cured of Liver Complaint of three years standing, by the use of two ln?ttles 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 bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture made a perfect cure of him. and the Editors. in a public notice, sav they '?cheerfully recommend it to all who are afflicted with any disease of the blood." STILL A SOT UK R CURE OFSCRO FULA. I had a very valuable boy cured of Scrofula by Carter's Spanish Mixture I consider it truly a valuable medicine. JAMES M. TAYLOR. Con ductor on theR. F.andP. R. R Co., Richmond, Va SALT RHEUM OF TWENTY YEARS STANDING CURED ?Mr. JOHN THOMP SON,residing in the city of Richmond, was cured by three lK>trles 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 mofct remarkable. WM. A. MATTHEWS, of Richmond, had a servant cured of Syphilis, in the worst form, by Carter's Spanish M ixture lie 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 Syphilitie cases, and says it is a j*erfett cure for that horrible dis ease. WM G. HAR WOOD, of Richmond, cured of old Sores and Ulcers, which disabled him front walking. Took a few bottles of Carter's Sj>anish Mixture, and was enabled to walk without a crutch, iu a short time permanently cured. Principal Depots at M WARD, CLOSE A CO., No. Sb Maiden Lane, New York T. W DYOTT & SONS, No 1*2 North Second street, Philadelphia. BENNETT & BEERS, No. 125 Main street. Richmond. Va. And for sale by CHARLES STOTT. Washing ton, D. C.; HENRY PEEL, Alexandria, aud by Druggists everywhere. Price # 1 per bottle, or six bottles for $5. sep 21?ly INHALATION FOR Till CCRK OF ASTHMA AND CONSUMPTION. NEW AND VERY WONDERFUL !! I HYOHiANA Brought home to the door of the Million'.' VWONDERFUL discovery has recently been made by Dr. Curtis, of this city, in the treat ment of Consumption. Asthma, and all diseases of the Lungs. NVereferto Dr CURTIS'S I1Y GLANA. or INHALING 11YGEAN VAPOR AND CHERRY SYRl'P. With this new me thod. Dr C. has restored many afflicted ones to health, as an evidence of which he has innumera ble oertilicates. r-|>eakin^ of the treatment. a phy sician remarks. '-It is eviaent that inhaling?con stantly breathing an agreeable, healing vapor?the medicinal properties must come in direct contact with the whole arial cavities of the lungs, and thus escape the many and varied change* produced upon them when introduced into the stouuxh, and subject to the process of digestion " The Hyge ana is for sale at ail the Druggists throughout the country.?N. Y Dutchman Jan. 14. The Inhaler is worn on the breast under the lin en, without the least inconvenience?the heat of the l>ody being sufficient to evaporate the fluid Hundreds of case# of cures, like the following, might be named One package of the llygeuna has cured me of the AsUima of six years standing. J. F. KEESBERRY, 1? M. ol'Duncannoa, Pa. I am cured of the Asthma of ten years' standing by Dr. Curtis's Hygeana. MARGARET EAsTON, Brooklyn, N. Y. MRS. PAU L, 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 of several years'standing, and decided to be in curable by the physicians. She was cured in one mouth by the li\geana. J H. GAUDERT. P. M. Richmond, Me The Rev. Dr CHKEVER. of New York, testi fies of our medicine in the following language: New York, Nov. 15, 1-54. Dear Sir: 1 think highly of Dr Curtis's Hyge ana as a remedy iu diseases of the throat and lungs. Having had some opportunity to testify its effica cy. 1 am convinced that it is a most excellent 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 cage of chronic sore throat, that had refused to yield other forms of treatment, and the result has satis fied me that, whatever may l>e the composition of your preparation, it is no imposition, but an excel lent remedy. I wish, for the sake of the afflicted, that it might be brought within the reach of all. DR. JOHNS, one of the most celebrated Physi cians in New York writes as follows : Dr Cv'ktis?Dear Sir?Having witnessed .he excellent effects of your Hygeana or Inhaling Hy gean Vapor and Cherry Syrup, in case of Chronic Bronchitis, and !>eing much in favor of counter ir ritation in affections of the throat. Bronchial tubes and lungs. 1 can therefore cheerfully recommend your Medicated Aparatus as l?eing the most con venient and effectual mode of applying anything of the kind I have ever seen. No doubt thousands of |>ersons may be relieved, and many cured, by using 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 above alluded to, have induced me to speak in its favor. You are at liberty to use this in any way you may think pro|ier. Respectfully, yours, he., C. JOHNS, M D . No 6u9 Houston street, N. Y. Price three dollars a package Sold by CURTIS Ac PERKINS and BOYD A PAUL, lift Chambers *t., N. Y. Four package* sent free to any part of the Uni ted Stales for ten dollars. N B.?Dr. Curtis's Hygeana istheORIGINAL and ONLY GENUINE ARTICLE; all others are base imitations, or vilf and injurious counter frits. Shun them as you would POISON For sale in Washington bv CHAS. STOTT. Pa avenue, near 7th street, and J. B MOORE, In the First Ward. niay &J? MORE DUX; A tale?claiming to be bv Sir Walter Scott, 50c Abbott's History of Napoleon, 2 volumes, octavo Constance Herben, a novel, by Miss Jewsbury. 87c. The Controversy between Senator Brooks and Archbishop Hughes, 20c. j?l?- FRANCK TAYLOR ? doctor HOOF LAND*9 CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS, PRBPARBP BY Dr. C. M. JACKSON. Philadelphia, Pa., WILL EFFECTUALLY curb LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, Jaundice, Chronic or Nervous Debility, Dis eases of the Kidneys, and all Diseases arising from a Disordered Liver or Stomach. Such as Constipation. Inward Piles, Fullness, 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 Webs before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head, Defi ciency of Perspiration. Yellowness of the Skin and Eves. Pain in the Side. Back. Chest, Limbs Ac., Sudden Flushes of Heat Burning in the Flesh, Constant Imaginings of Evil, and great Depression of Spirits. fTIHE PROPRIETOR, in calling the attention A of the public to this preparation, does so with a feeling ot 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 sale is unri valled by any similar preparations extant. The testimony in iLs 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 mitted, referring any who may still doubt, to the Memorabilia/ or Practical Receipt Book, for Farmeis 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. Certificate of Dr. IP. Smith, of Pine Hill, Rich mond County, N. C. Pise Hill. March 4, 1S54. 1)r C. M. Jacksos. Philadelphia?Dear Sir: I have been 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 me said 1 must die. While in this con dition 1 was carried to the watering nlaces in Vir ginia. Tennessee, and North Carolina, but was not benefitted by any water to which I was taken. While on my way home I stopped a week at R uth erfordton. a small village in North Carolina, to try the effect of some Chalyheate water in that place. About the last of the week I went into a drug store to get some medicine for mv child and myself. There were several of the village physi cians in the store, and one of them seemed to take some interest in my case, and, after asking me some questions, said he had been a dyspeptic and had been greatlv benelitted by the use of HOOF LAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, prepared by you. 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 asked him to get me one bottle. He did it. and I com menced taking it as directed, and 1 was more ben efitted by it than all the water and medicine I had ever taken After reaching home one of iny neighbors came to me for a prescription and medicine, (he a dys peptic.) and 1 gave him nearly all the Bitters I tiad left, which effected much go<xl in his case. He Las often called on me for more of the same kind of medicine, saying he was more benelitted by it than any other he had taken, but I have not bi-en able to get any more for him or myself since ; will you. therefore, please ship me a dozen or more as soon as possible. Respectfully, yours, W. SMITH. I) R. HOOKER, Roger's Store, Wake Co., N. C., October 21, 1^53, 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, 1 am desirous of obtaining a quantity of it for the benefit of my community. \ ou will, therefore, please send a lot. Ac.. 4c. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J. ATWOOD. IIcntsvillb, Yadkin Co., N. C. I Novemlter 1st, l!-o5. 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 1 have t;tken. have entirely failed todo. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS liave cured me of the most stubborn and aggravated case of the pilks that, perhaps, ever fell to the lot of man. My case is nut a stranger in this community, as 1 am well known in this and the surrounding counties, and can truly say that my recovery has astounded all my friends and relations, as I had tried everything recommended, and nothing did me any good un til 1 was prevailed upon to try the Bitters. You are at liberty to make any use of this communica tion for the benefit of the affiicted, you may think proi?er. Truly, yours, WM. J. ATWOOD. Tbe?e 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. P1ERPONT, Alexandria. mar 1?ly PRIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE OH TUB PHILOSOPHICAL VIEW OF MARRIAGE, BT >1. D. LA ( KOIX, n. D?, ALBANY, iV. 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It is a truth ful adviser to the married and those contemplating marriage. Its |>erusal is particularly recommend ed to persons entertaining secret doubts of their physical condition, ami who are conscious of hav ing hazarded the health, happiness, and privileges to which every human l?eing is entitled. Price I \\ L\ l'\ -1IVE CENTS per copy, or Five Conies for One Dollar. Mailed free of post aye to all parts of the United States. N. B ?Those who prefer may consult Dr. LA CROIX upon any of the diseases upon which this book treats, either |>ersonally or by mail. Medi cine sent to any part of the L nion according to di rections. safely packed and carefully secured from all observation. Address |)r M B LA CROIX. No. 31 Maiden Lane, or Post Office Box 579, Albany. N Y. lO" Office open daily from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m., and on Sunday from 2 until 5 p. m. Office REMOVED from No. 56 Beaver st. to 31 Maiden Laue, Albany, N. 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Jervis on the Rifle Musket Boucher on the Rifle Thackeray's Rifle Firing Naitlaud's Ball Practice Roberts on Recruits Krasinski's Russia and Europe And other Military Works Just imported by je 1# FRANCK TAYLOR. FINE ENGRAVINGS.?w? have recently received a large lot of tine French, English, and American ENGRAVINGS, which we are ? .'lling oil at exceedingly low rates. JOHN F ELLIS, Wfa.avwut. TsKAtrsT DaraSTHMr, Junea^ WS9 PPOPOSAL9 will be reeeWed at tht? depart ment until the 27th day of August next, at It o'clock, m., for furnishing (wrought, fitted, and delivered in a proper state to put into the buildt&g) all the material for the wxterlor walla of the so?tn win? of the extension of the Treasury Department building, which will be either granite or marble, as may hereafter be determined. The bidder whose bid is accepted, to have the privilege of furnishing the material for the outside of the re- j mainder of the building when Congress may have made the necessary appropriations for its soristruc 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 proposals hereby invited, should the Interest of the United States require it. The stones must all be wrought to the dimen sions, sizes, models.Ac., whieh may be furnished by this department, by whleli all measure menu will be governed. On the court or rear side of the exterior the walls will be plain ashler, with plain window openings 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 eol umns and antae. their capitals and bases, the enta blature and balustrade, tne window and door dres sings. See., the style of architecture of the present building, so far as ornament is Concerned, will be preserved throughout, with the exception of the door and window openings, which may be varied, except those in the east end of the two wings. The sizes, shape, and dimensions of the columns, antae, capitals, bases, and cross section of the entablature and balustrade will be the same as in the present building. If of granite, the shaft of the columns may be either in one or three pieces of equal length. The base and capital of the columns and antae 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 column, and those over the latter to )k> composed of but one block, with l?oth sides and bottom wrought, together with such parts of the top as mav be required. Those over the antae. the outer fctce and the top and bottom edge. The face of the ashler must be perfectly wrought to the sample, with all the necessary heads. re bates, returns. Ac., required. The beds, builds, ends, Ac., rough hammered to thesouare. All re lates. mouldings,, ornamental and hovelled work must l>e clean wrought, and agreeably to the direc tions given by the superintendent If marble is used, tue shafts of the columns may be in four and Ave 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 tirst'member on each edge; the other two standing on edge; forming the inside and outside faces of the same. Thosa over the antae must be in one block. The measurement of the material and work de 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 9 Architrave over column, including cost of stock, freight, and workmanship Architraveover antae, including cost of stock, 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 liases of antae, 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, in three or more pieces, inc luding cost of stock, freight, and work manship Plain steps, rwith a cross section of 1 7 by 6,4 to? inches.) per foot in length, inclu ding cost of stocK. freight, and workman ship. Platforms. 3 feet wide, length not exceeding 10 feet, including stock, freight, and work manship. per superficial foot of surface seen For any greater width than 3 feel, up to M feet, an increase of price per superficial foot for each additional 3 inches of width of All the other stones of the building whose width docs not exceed three times their thickness will be measured as follows: The stock in all stones whose contents do not exceed 30 cubic feet, will tie measured and paid for by the cubic contents, at per cubic foot 8 For all stones exceeding 3<i feet and not ex ceeding 7<> cubic feet, for each additional foot an additional price of, per cubic foot. For all stones exc? eding 70 cuuic feet in con tents. for each additional foot an additional price of. per cubic foot For stones of greater width than three times their thickness, there will be paid an additional price of per cent for each additional three inches in width The work on the a>K?ve will be measured and paid for by the suj>erttciul foot. For each super ficial foot of fine hammered granite work seen, equal to .No. 1 hammering on Boston cuBtom-hCMwe, per superficial foot No. 2 hammering on Boston custom-house, per suj?erflcial foot No. 3 hammering on Boston custom-house, per superficial foot No. 4 hammering on Boston custom-house, per superficial foot For all l?eds. builds,ends, backs, Ac., ham mered full to the square, as ordered, per superficial foot Each bidder to furnish a sample?a cube of one foot <?f the stone he proposes to deliver, with five fact*: 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 livered. 1 f of marble, the face of the ashler must be ham mered in the most {*-rfect muuuer, agreeably to a sample of the size above named, to l?e furnished by the bidder; and the surface seen will be meas ured and j?aid for at S per superficial foot. For hammering of beds, ouilds, backs, Ac., full to the square, as j>er same, &?? per superficial foot. If the above is sand rubbed, per cent, is to be added. For hammering of channels and rebates, not ex ceeding 4 by:i inches, ceut additional per lineal foot. For hammering of mouldings of one curve. per cent additional upon thecost of plain work; of two curves, }>er cent upon plain work, per su perficial foot. Kach arris on same. cents per lineal foot. For hammering be veiled work. per ceut. ad ditional to plain work; but to apply only to the l?art cut oil'from the square work, and which is in no case to be measured in the plain work. For hammering of circular work, per cent. additional to plain work. N inety j>er cent, of the amount of the work done and material delivered, according to the contract [?rice, (said amount to be ascertained by the esti mate of the superintendent appointed for that pur pose,) will be |utid from time to time as the work proceeds, and ten per cent retained until the com pletion of the contract and accptance of the work, Ac., by the superintendent aforesaid. Contracts will be awarded only to master build ers or mechanics; and the assignment thereof, ex cept by consent of the Secretary of the Treasury, will be a forfeiture of the same. Every proposal must be accompanied by a writ ten guarantee, signed by two responsible persons, (certified to be so by the district attorney or judge of the said district) that the bidder will, when re quired, if his proposals be accepted, enter into a contract and bond, with pro[?er and sufficient se curities. in the sum of fifty thousand dollars, for the faithful peiforinance of the same, if for the whole work, and of a i?roj>ortionate amount if for a part thereof. Any information touchingthe mat ter can lie obtained'by application to the Treasury Department. Proposals will also be received up to the afore said uate for furnishing and delivering at the site, by the perch, the rough stone for the foundation, cellar, and area walls of said building, and must be of the very best description for that purpose. They will be required in such quantities and at such times as will be most for the convenience of the operation on the work, and in quality, to the entire approval of the superintendent. The de Eartment reserving the right to reject the proposals ereby invited if the interest of the United States should require it. The proposals must be sent to this department, directed to the superintendent, under cover to the Secretary of the Treasury, (endorsed " Materials for the Treasury 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, if any choose to attend. Enquirer, Richmond, Va.; Sentinel, Alexandria, Va.; Intelligencer and Star, Washington, D. C.; Sun and Republican, Baltimore, Md.; Pennsylva nian, Philadelphia; Day Book and Sun, New York; Post. Boston; Argus, Portland, Me.; Patriot. Concord, N. II.; and Argus, Albany, N. Y., two times each week for sixty days. Bill to be sent to Secretary of the Treasury. A. II. BOWMAN, Sup't of Treasury Building Extension, je 27?2awi)(>days. FINK WATCHES. HAVING made a considerable addition to my stock of GOLD HUNTING PAT- 43 ENT LEVERS.and LAJJIKS' WATCH- /?\ ES, of first quality, heavy 18 carat cases. Jl^jL Also, SILVER WATCHES for boys, I otter them at greatly reduced prices. The movements are selected with great care, and every Watch is waruantkd. Persons in want of a fine timekeeper are invited to examine my assortment. ? H. BEMKJKN, No ooo Pi avenue, betw. 9th and 10th st*. mar ft BY RAILROAD DIRECT TO THS WEST Time bftwrrn Wa?bin(ton aad WkMlu bit 17^ hoars! Banning Time between Washington Cincinnati 27 honra !! THRorGH TICKETS 4SD B AGO AO I CHICKS TO B? mad m wasbixotos. T,L?.B?LT,M0R|: AXD ?HiO RAIL having greatly improved its Western Connections. now offer* the fuflest InducmwitU to SoJfS"? WASHINGTON, BAI.TI WORK, and all portrons of the WEST NORTH WEST. and the SOUTHWEST ' The connection between the Trains from Wash ington and the Trains t>ound West from Balti moreis always promptly made at the Washington Junction (lately called the Relay House) 9 miles from Haiti more. This is the only chance of car* required bet ween Washington and the Ohio river Barragej8 checked through to Wheeling at the Washington Station, and rechecked and trans ferred there, (with the passengers) without charge, for those holding Through Tickets for points be Vond. The connecting Trains leave Washington daily at 6am and 4* p m. On Sundays at the latter hour only. ' At WHEELING dirtrt connection Is made with the trains of the CENTRAL OH IO R AIL , 1 ru"",nK from Bellaire. on the Ohio, n?ar W heeling, through Cambridge. Zanesvllle and Newark, to COLUMBI S. These trains connect at Newark with the cars of the Newark. Mansfleld and Sandusky Railroad for Sandusky, Toledo. Detroit. Chicago. St. Louis, etc. At COLUMBUS the C O Railroad trains con nect with the fast trains of the Lin/* Miami Rail road to Xenia, Cincinnati. Louisville, etc. At XENIA /on Little Miami Railroad) connection is formed with the trains through Dayton, to Indian apolis, Ttrre Haute, Lafayette, Chicago, Rock Island, St. Ix>ui?, etc. 117" Passengers holding Through Tickets for ^empkts V,c)cst,UTK. Natchez, Xe* OrUan, etc . which are also sold at Wa?hington--are trans *Tred ** Cincinnati to the Mail Steamers on the Ohio. Tickets for Evansville, Cairo, and St Louis are sold bv this route. ,plp7 ' CLEV ELAND, and via Cleveland to Toledo. Detroit, Chicago, etc., tickets are sold, when the Ohio is navigable between Wheeling anl^ell*^lle,(foI}>' mUe") where a connection with the Cleveland and Pittsburg Railroad Is made. ? Travel?re ire requested to notice that while this is the only route affording Through Tickets and Checks in Washington, it is also the shortest most tipeedy, and direct to nearly all the leading points in the great West The distance from Washington to Cincinnati Is but 653 miles, belag about 100 miles shorter than by anv other rout* ?-FARK'. HV THROUGH TICKET. PROM U ASHINGTON :?To Wheeling. S9 50: Colum bus, $13 G3: Davton, ?15 5U; Cincinnati, |M 0O; Louisville, by railroad. #1?- 6.5, bv steamer from Cincinnati. SIS u?; Indianapolis. ?17 30; Cleve land, $12 50; Toledo. S15 HO; Detroit, #15 *i; Chicago, 8i0 65 and *19 50. St. Ia>uIs, S* 50 and <25; Memphis, ?J*?: New Orleaas, #31: etc. FOR FREDERICK AND HARPER S I MARTlNSBURfi. CUMBERLAND. BERKLEY SPRINGS, BEDFORD SPRINGS I PIEDMONT,OAKLAND,aad FAIR.MOUNT! lassengers may leave Washington at 6 a m. or ' }& P V1 For the minor way stations Ijetween | La^timore and Wheeling, take'6 a. m. train from ! Washington. CO* For trains to and from Baltimore, Anapolis, | etc . se*? special advertisements. C7" For further information. Through Tickets, capply to THOMAS 11. PARSONS, Agent, at Washington Station. JOHN II DONE, Master of Transportation, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Baltimore may 3?tf GREAT SOUTHERN MAILROUTE. 'IUVICE DAILY BETWEEN WASHING ?I- ton and the South via Freder- _ ^ icksburg, Richmond. Petersburg.J?T- *3aCT* Va . Weldon ami Wilmington, N' C., tori. S. C., and Augusta, Ga. The traveling public is hereby informed that the swift and comfortable steamers BALTIMORE AND MOUNT VERNON leave the Steamlioa! Wharf at Washington dally at 6 a m and 7 p. m.. arriving in Richmond at 1 p m. and 3 a m ; and at Petersburg at 2W n m and 5 a.m. r" 1 The following Through Tickets can be obtained on board the boats: To Fredericksburg ..#3 00 To Junction of Virginia Cent/al Railroad'.*.* .4 6J To Richmond. Va 5^ To Norfolk. Va y u,, ?? {,*,:'?bur&v* y/.Y.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.o on To \\ eldon. N. C y,. To Wilmington, N. C 00 FARE OX POTOMAC KIVKB. F or each j assenger, as follows : To Alexandria cents, arid baggage 12 V cents. ^o Marburv s...,,,.,...,.,. ^| ToQuantico, Sandv Point, Ac **.*."** 1 5<< ToAquiaCreek.... (*. Meals and State Rooms extra. For further information apply on board of the boats, or to GEO MATtIXGLY. Agent. Je3" ?^vv Washington. THE POTOMAC RIVER STEAMBOAT S STEAMER ALICE C. PRICE. CAPT. SAMTEL BAKER, ' WILL LEAVE WASHINGTON AT SIX ?? o'clock a. in , and ALEXAN- _ -.1 f*- ^ DRIA at 7 o'clock, a in? ^On 11 ESDAV MORNINGS ? For Mattox. Currioman, L. Machodoc. Piiiey Point, Kiusale. and Cone. On FRIDAY MORNINGS?For Chapel Point. W icomico, Leonardtown, Piney roint,St Marv's and Cone. ' On WEDNESDAY, (returning)?I>eave Cone at 4 o clock, a m., for St. Man s, Piney Point, Leonardtown, Wicomico, and Chapel Point. On SATURDAY, /returning)?Leave Cone at 4 o'clock, a m.. for Kinsale, Piney Point, L. Ma chodoc, Currioman, and Mattox. The A C. Price will call at the usual landings on the river when signals are made. By order of the Board: ,/AMES P. SMITH, President. Alexandria, Va., June 1, 1S55. je 15?tf WASH IN GTO* llRANtllRAILHOAD. CHANGE OK HOURS.?On and after Moil day, the 2rid instant, the Trains will Leave Washington at 6 and a. m , and 3 and P m. On Sunday at 4# p. m. Leave Baltimore at 44 and Ok a. m . and 3 and i>k P ?n. On Sunday at 4^ a m apja-tr T. H. PARSONS, Agent ORANGE tc ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. ON AMD AiTfcll Tl ESDAY, November7. 1854, the Cars leave ALEXANDRIA FOR GORDON SV 1LLE, and intermediate stations, at 7)f o'clo< k, a. m., 011 the arrival of the boat H ashington, giving ample time for Breaktast on board?connecting at Manassas Junction with a traiu for Strasburg; at Wanvnton Junction with a train for Warrenton, and at Gordonsville 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 12 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 Charlottesville, - 4 25 u Staunton, - - 5 9u " " Strasburg, - -3 50 Lynchburg, - - 6 75 " " Winchester, - - 3 50 u . ** Lurav, - - - 4 25 M u New Market, - 5 00 14 Middleburg, - - 8 25 For LYNCHBURG, connecting with the stages at Charlottesville, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. ' For LURAY and NEW MARKET.connecting with the stages at Culpepper, 011 Tuesdays, Thurs days, and Saturdays. For W IN CH LS1 LR daily, connecting with the stages at Piedmont. 1- or MIDDLEBURG daily, connecting with the stages at the Plains. Per order: W. B. BROCKETT, Agent. nov 7?tf ' 8 T VOR THE ORANGE AND ALEXANDRIA AND MANASSAS GAP RAILROADS. IHL Subscriber's Coaches will call for passen gers wishing to connect with the above railroads. My Coacbes^^^^,^ connect with the Steamers GEORGE W ASll" INGTON or THOMAS COLL VER, which leave \\ ashington at 6 a. in. Er" Meals furnished on the boats. Persons wishing the coaches 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 ana 12th ?t.: or at Geo. a Thos Parker A Co.'n*tore. Coaches can be had for Pleasure Trips. may 2??2m WILLIAM WHALF.Y. STEAMBOATS CONNECTING WITH EACH TRAIN OF CARS ARRIV Ing in Washington or Alexan- jp?*. dria.?'The Steamers THOS. ? tec / YER or GEORGE WASH 1NGTo!> w.'Ve the above connections, leaving Washington at 6 a in., for the Orange aud Alexandria Cars, and con nect with the same train 011 their arrival IO* MEALS furnished on the boats The Boats connect with all the trains from Bal timore SAM'L GEDNEY, CajHaiu may 17?tf ' 1 Memoirs of the countess of blvs slnjfton, by R. R. Madden. M. R I A , rwo rgANCK TAYLOR. a* *KH ROUE FOR SOUTHER > THAT* ELERS. DIRECT FROM NEW YORK. PHILADKL PHI A. A\I) BALTIMORE, TO NORFOLK, WELDON. WILMINGTON. RALEIOU, CHARLESTON. AND AUGUSTA, MOBILE, AM) NEW ORLEANS SUMMER A XI) FALL ARRAXOEMSNT Daily, (nxrrpt Sanders,) VIA HAY LINE, and SEABOARD* ROAN OKE RAII.RUAI). to tbs above mentioned place*. the Schedule being so arranged that the Traveler Is not subverted to ur night travel on the Railroad from New York to Wilmington, tn North Carolina TBtotsu TiraaTa. From New York to Wilmington SIS SO Do. Weldon IS 00 Do. Norfolk and Portsmouth 8 90 From Philadelphia to Wilmington,N C....14 00 Do. Weldon IP Ou Do. Norfolk and Portsmouth 0 90 From Baltimore to Wilmington, N C U 00 Do. Weldon 8 00 Do. Norfolk and Portsmouth $ 0U For further Information *nd Through Tteksts. ap.olv in New York at the New Jersey Railroad Omc'e. foot of Courtland street; In Philadelphia at tbr Philadelphia and Baltimore Railroad Onlss. Id LUwrty street; in Baltimore at the OfBee of the Baltimore Steam Packet Company, foot of Union Dock, or on t>oard of the Ray Steamers Omnjbusses and Baggage Wagon* are provided on the Line, by which |i?CjW and tLalr bag gage are conveyed through Philadelphia and Bal 11more itee of all expense, and Baggage Conduc tors whMr duty it is to give information aad sheak the ba;gage to the several |?olnts on this route, accotn|>any the passengers Passengers from New York and Philadelphia will ha re their baggage checked to Baltimore aad thence on board the Bay Boat* to Norfolk, Ports mouth, Weldon, Ac.. Ac. The new and splendid steamer LOUISIANA. 1.120 ton* burthen, replete with every comfort aba convenience, has 1k*ii addM to the line. THE J.INE BEI NGN OW COM powed of the splendid steamer*) LOUISIANA. Cant George W. w NORTH CAROLINA. Capt. James Canon, hav ing unsurpassed State Rooms and Berth Acooo? modaXiona. The Norfolk or Bar Line Steamers win leave the Okunpanv's wharf. Union Dock, foot of Con ?.ord aim t. dailv (Sundavs excepted) at 5 o'clock, p. m , or immediately after tba arrival of the Et press Train which leaves Nsw York at tti.n., and Philadelphia at 12,fc p. iu. The following Is the schodule: Leave New York at fl oslosk. a. m. Leave Philadelphia at 12 o'clock, p. m I/enve Baltimore at 5 o'clock, p. m I^eave Portsmouth at. 7J| o'clock, a m Leave Weldon at 12 o'clock, noon. 1/eave Wilmington at 9)f o'clock, p. m For Aui^usta. Charleston and the South, via the Manchester Railroad, now finished lO* Passetijj^Ts for Richmond and Petersburg, or any other points on Jam*** River, connect with the James River Boats early next morning after leaving; Baltimore IL/" -AH passengers for I. den ton, Plvmouth. Newbtvn, Washington. Weldon, Goldstar**', Warsaw. Raleigh and Wilmington. N . C., or any other point on theSeal>ord and Wilmington Roads, will find it the most pleasant and agreeable route. M. N. FALLS. Agent Baltimore, May 17. l'iio. FOR PHILADELPHIA. T PHILADELPHIA. WILMINGTON A. BAL TLMORE RAILROAD ?Passenger trains leave Baltimore daily (exce|>t Sundays) for Phila delphia at t>.Jti, (Express) and 11 a m , and 7 p. m. For Havre de Grace at ?.30 and 11 a m ; 9 30 (Havre de Grace Accommodation Trains) and 7 p. hi : 7 p m train runs every night, this being the only train on Snndav. 11a m train has a second class car attached ; fare in it to Philadelphia 82. No SECOND CLASS TICKETS m?UX La the cars. TRAILS FOR BALTHBOR*. Leave Philadelphia at - JO a. m . (12.45 Express and 3 p. m Steamboat) and lip. m Leave Havre de Grace at 7 30 a. m ; Havre de Grace Accommodation Trains 1145 a in., 3 15, 5.50 p m . and 2.05 a m WM CRAWFORD, Agent. Baltimore, April 30?tr THE NEW YORK AND L1YERPOOL UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. HE SHIPS COMPRISING THIS LINE are the ATLANTIC, Captain West, PACIFIC , Captain N ye, BALTIC. Captain'Comstock, ADRIATIC, Captain Graflon. These Ships have been built by contract. express ly for Government service; every care has been taken in their construction. a? in* the engines, to insure strength aad sp*ed. and their accommoda tions for passengers are unequalled for elegance and comfort. pbicb or PASflAOB. From New York to Liverpool, In hrvt cabin, 8120 Second cabin. 70 Exclusive use of extra size state rooms. - 3U0 From Liverpool to New York, - ?30 and ?20 An experienced Surgeon attached to each ship. No berth can be secured until paid for For freight or passage applv to EDWARD K COLLINS A CO., Sti Wall street. New York BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO , Liverpool. E G ROBERTS A CO.. 13 King's Anns Yard, London. JOHN MUNROE A CO.. SIB Rue Notre Dame des Vlctoires. Pari*. GEORGE H DRAPER. Havre The owners of these ship* will not be accounta ble for gold, sliver, bullion, sjwcle, lewelry, pre cious stones, or metals, unless bills of lading are signed therefor, and the value thereof therein ex pressed. nov IS?ly MUTT BEDELL'S LINE. NEW YORK, ALEXANDRIA, WASHING TON CITY. AND DISTRICT O F COLU M BIA PACKETS 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 vessel*: New sch'r A . V. Bedell, Bedell, master New sch'r Mott Bbpell. A V.T red well. Sch'r As* D . Wm Oliver, master. Sch'r Vol a st, L. A.Smith, master. Sch'r Commasdxb-is-Chief, Woglum, master. Sch'r Grbexwat, Wilson, master These vessels are all fast sailers, and the masters are men of experience in the trade, and the only regular line of Washington City packets. MOTT BEDELL, Wall street. New York. S. S. MASTERS A SONS. Alexandria. V?. THOMAS RILEY, feb 1?6m Washington and D. of C. FOR MOUNT VERNON. ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.?FARB, round trip, 81; from Alexandria _ ' *" ^ 7.5 cents ?The steamer THOMASjg^j^j^j^j^ COLLYER leaves Washington at V. and Alexan dria at 'J >4 o'clock Coaches leave the Capitol for the boat at fcjg o'clock. Coach fare 10 cents. Per sons wishing the coaches will leave their residence with George A Thomas Parker. Refreshments on the boat. oct 2b?tf SAM'L GEDNEY, Captain FOR PHILADELPHIA. CITIZEN'S UNION LINE ?The Steamer OHIO, Capt Trippe, will com mence running on this iong-estab-^^ lish?^l route. 7or Philadelphia, on \10.N DA'. , April 2, leaving Union Dock, foot of Concord St., Baltimore, daiiy (except Sundays) at 7 o'clock a. m., stopping at Ford s Landing and Port Her man. Fare Cabin passage 82 90 Fare Forward Deck 1 50 JET BREAKFAST and SUPPER provided on Board. WM. CRAWFOR1). Agent. Baltimore, March 31?tr SEA llATHING AT OLD POINT COM FORT. ONE OF THF. BALTIMORE STEAM PACK ET CO S STEAMERS will leave the Union Dock, foot of Cot.-. cord street, Baltimore, daily (? una* epic at 5 o'clock p. m , for Old Point Comfort. !?/" Fare there and back 80?giving the , gets the privilege to remain the whole season M.N FALLS, Agent B S P Co. Baltimore, June 1?tr PIANOS?PIANOS. VITE respectfully request the attention of pen*one f T who purpose purchasing l'iauo* to our very extensive assortment now in store, consisting ?f Pianos from the old and celebrated manufactories of Hal let. Davis A Co . Boston: Bacon A Raven, New York: Knabe. Gaehle A Co., Baltimore These Pianos we guarantee in every respect to be inferior to none others We take old Pianos iu part payment, accept good endorsed nines for 2, 3. andO months. In fact make almost any arrangement to suit purchasers. We haw also several second hand Pianos for sale low and upon easy terms Also. Guitars, Violins, Flutes, Aceordeons. Mu sic, Strings, Ac. Persons can have their Pianos tuned and repaired bv leaving their names with ' JOHN F. ELLIS, je 30? 300 Pt avenue NEW MUSIC.?ThePresident'a Mounted Guard Quickstep, composed by Robert Hellar. baa just tieen published by the sulMcribers. The Utlt page is most elegantly embellished. HI LRUS A H1TZ, , Music Publishers, Depot in Star RtnldlBM. M