Newspaper of Evening Star, October 3, 1856, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated October 3, 1856 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. OCCASION. " Say. who art thou, with more than common air ?ndowcd by heaven with gifts and graces rare. Whom restless, winged feet forever onward hear ?" " I am Occasion?known to f-w at beet; And since one f wt upon a wheel I rest, Constant mv movements are?tliey cannot be re preaea. " Not the swift eagle In his swiftest flight, Can equal me In sp*ed -my wings are bright; And man who, see? them waved, Is daaal d by the sight. *' My thick and flawing locks before me thrown, Conceal my form?nor fa e nor breast Is showi, That thu*, ai I approach, my coming be aot known. ?' Behind my h?ad no single lock of hair Invites the hand th?t fain would grasp It tbere; But he wh") lets me p vss to seize me may despair^ *' Whom, then, so close behind thee do I see * Her name Is Penitence; ahd Heaven's decree Hath made all those her prej who profit not by ice "And tho'i, oh ! mortil, who dost vainly ply These curious questions, thou dost not deacrv That now thy time is lost?for I am pissing By !" ARRIVALS AT THE principal HO TSL8 Kalicnnl Hotel.?w*. qct. J Welsey, D3 T W Foley, La 8 W Lanvenon A ly, N J Smith, NY F A Westoa, Md M Grav s A ly Va Mrs Adams, La D T Disney, O AO Hall, NY P Nolan, ft J Hall. La W Ball A ly, SC J R Wilson, NV MrsShoalberd, do O Chorpery, Cal J Shoalberd, do T Deverron, Iowa Mra Collins, NC J C?dy? Md G Collins, do A Collins I do A B Handaoj, Md W Hhepperd do 2^K?neido , A Williams A ly. Ct N Richarlaon A ly,] Gov Thomas, Md T Mehaff.y, Va Col Mah! A ly, do 5-?nox'Alt J H Grove. DC Pb V Woodfork A ly, Mo J R Tyson, do JEBaker,8C Brown*' ?T. F. A *. bbowv. J Wllsey. DC T Wilson, III J Mulllhen, Md A B Hyde, III T H Bow e?, La T H Jones 4; ly, Pa C F Overwey, Havana T J Scott, Ala A Little. A J liarn, Mo J B Pillow A ly, NY D B Wllsoa. do k C Stockton, USN N Hecry, Ala WP Johnston, 111 o B Wilklas A son.NJ i^runa> Miss 8 Staunton, do a S Ml?s M Stranton, do H C Scott A daujh,Md S D Boyd, Va B F Winchester, La J Cross A fam, do HirkwooJ Hoaaej. A a. n. kirkwood. ? pr?Tn/. 92 , ? C B * ly, Miss v, a * Ga Ml" Flanders, do H M n Miss K?ymond, do H M Coleman, Pa W Bury A son, La Miss Coleman, do W B Koss, Va JO Hnyder. Va WW Oliver, DC mpS; vl "jnszt * movements of oc e an steamers ?ao* ran initis statu. , -"*s?? siaj rimms. fsr nM Vo,k? B"">?n . .ot 1 nlwr Boston. ... LivrfI pool. Oc t. 8 ? * * ew i or* ? ? ? Liverpool..Oct 11 Africa fieW V*rv",,0la*'40W -*-0 111 12? N^wjork.... Liverpool. .Oct. 15 "Xf^l '$ew) ork....Havre Oct. J? New ^ ori Havre Oct. ?3 __ IKOMIIgon ?teow Glasgow New York..Sept. 16 ri^ffv^v'V.Perp3?l....New York..aept 20 City of M an'r. Liverpool.... Phila'phla. .Sept. 24 r New York..Sept. h Ank 1 wax on.. Liver pool Celebes ....Sept, 24 Niagara. .<???? Llvtrpao;....Boston .Sept 27 Ericsson ^Liverpool New Yor* . Oct 1 Bellque Antwerp New York Oct' 3 Fersfa Livt'oool New York.. Oct. 4 Hermaiiu Cowes New York.. .Oct 8 1'neCailforniastejruers i*ave Nt-w York ont h ?U? and SOth of each month. IOK MOUNT VERNON. ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAY8.?FARE. ROUND TilP, 81: FROM , ALEX A^ ?HI 4?5 cENTH ?The ?tearcer THOMAS COLLYER leaves Wasl ten at tf and Alrzandrla at0^ o'clock. Coaches leave the Capitol for the hoat at o'clock. Coach fare 10 cents. Persor^ wishing the coaches will leave their residence with 8e*jtr<? A Thomas Parker. Refreshments en the boat. JtP^tf 8AM'L 8EDNBY, Captain. Removed to 367 Penn'* avenue, Soatli side, Orrosita tbi National Hotel. NEW GROCERY, WINE, AND LIQiOR STORE. The subscriber begs leave to Inform h'.s friends and the public, that he has opened a new store. No 367 Penn avenue, betwea 4* and ?th stieets, five doors east of Oih street, where he intends to keep constantly on hand a larg- and varied assortment of Foreign and Domestic WINES. LIQUORS, ClGARtS. and FINE ttROCKRIES, consisting of fine Teas, Sugar, Co*re,Fiour, Soap, Olives, Raisins, Hgs, 8ordlnea, Anrhoview Otard, Marrett A Co., Pinet A Co., and Col. Chadard's Brandies In Cas??s, Demijohns, and Casks Old Jamaica Rum, Sherries, Maderla, Port of various descrip tion. Bt J alien Claret, Chateau* Margaux, in eases, Champagne Cider, Brandy Fruits, Rey nold's Edlnburg Ale, Annesettl, Marts hino, Curacoca, Abcynth, Champagnes, and a large and varied description of Havuna Cigars Alao StoTvhton Bitters and Fever and Agu<? Bitters' Porter, Ale and Cider. ' JONAS. P LEVY, ?e4-ly No. 387 Pa av , bet. 4* and Orh sts. FRENCH NOVELS AND RO.n INCES By Baizac : Jean Louis, Le Vic?lre des Ar- 1 dennes, Beatrli.Dom Gl.'ddas, L#>s CelebjUlres, ^ Car^ de Vllliye, L& rfrt Oorio!, Cent^n salre, Honorlne, L n debut dens 1? vl", Seraphlta L'Interdictlon, De Vautrln, and others By Dumis: Pascal Bruno, Don Martin de Freytea, Lea Merlage* du Pere Oilfus, La femme au collier de Velours, Le Tro* de l'enfer, and others ' By Euger.* ^ue : Jean Cavalier, Las S< pt Peches Capltaua, Pllk et Plok, ThereseDuaoyer, Arthur, and o:her?. ' By George Kand : Isidora. Jran Zlska, Con suelo. La comte??e de Rudolstadt. Asd many others by the unit authors: by Berhet, De Glradln, Coastant, Paul de Kock, Karr. Panl 1 eval, and other writers, at prices ranging from fl'teen reata upwards Imported direct from Paris by FRANCK TAYLOR BUY AND SELL F02XIQH AHD DOMESTIC KZCHA18Z; . . furnish daafts Ob *.l Parts of United States and Xsrcpe; collect drafts 0a p?rt. B,rop.. ?" i"!tA2SrFss0^Vi;I.8PWA"I,8, BONDS, STOCKS. A OTH b it SHCVRITIES NEGOTIATE TIMS PAPS 1. laveatoMat paying 10 y and erer, far sale. ? LAID WABBARTS We are at all times Purchasing, and have for Bale. LAND WARRANTSof alldenomlnations Land Warrants located In Iowa, Wiscpnsia.oi Hunesota. CHUBB BROTiriERH, -janaa-tf Bankers, opposite the Treaaury . IIROKft'l improved 86wing Machinos the* pir7^#ihavd th0 flighe,t Awardof T chla^kw* ,'nN TH,W MA and they arecapablenf executi^??J^4llyt re*Pecte! of wori they did formSy \t^\he They are without ijuestlon the onlv miiz? t,me Kble of gewlng every variety of JLvi *** Irt bowrn or heavy trace for * aewa bv any of the* machine by a sinT^u.5?0 off noodle and thread In such arUiaS ill?#! closest scrutiny cannot detect a fault. Manufacturers, planters and famiiiM win ? ^ th m tne only safe Machine, to^Trahie ??K ' are b^ilt htrong and durable, and not likeiv ?I 0 Jt of crdtr. ' "y 10 ^y^Psss^ESfr."u,,M-? ~ *? ? "n"aa' ,,.i-*. SINGER A CO., N. H -We,fe Drl^ti^0re,trp*t' Baltimore, chine* for old maekln^f^r ei?.ban8e ^ese ma erai IV-rs.m. who .!?t" s!k'nd Terms lib lnf?rljr maehlaes dn^edto purchase T" K FW R c M?ok * full Practice at the Phli*^i Davht Paul Brown, * vols i by franc* TAYLOR. Miscellaneous. Proposal* for Erecting a Marine Hoapital at Hew Orleana, Louisiana. TebaIvrt Depabtmbwt, Sept. *7,195*^ SEALED PROPOSALS WILL, Bh Re ceived at this department until the 20th dayof ceivea at ini? ? r* 2 o'clocfcat noon, fcr November, A. D !?, nn|' raartne ^ the construction or me r?"? .nnnnir.tiin. oltal according t?the plan* and speciflcatilns pre mim* at thladepartment; said proposals to be Imfer for the whTe building, or separate for the AirrtJfJt kinds of work: bills of parcels should t^mpLr 'tk Hi, with th. uSTum or eMh klrd of werk, and the total amount carried out; the department reserving the right to reject or ac cept tne proposals hereby Invited, or any parts thereof, when it deems the Interest of the United states requites it; the department also reserves the right to exclude the bids of any person or per sons whom there la just cause to believe will not faithfully perform the contracts, or which they have attempted to obtain by indirection ; and au bids when there shall be parties in Interest who do not join in the bids, and all bids that, upon in vestigation, are below a fair price for the work. Bids wl 1 be received In groes, at the option of the bidders; but no contract will be awarded to such bidders until details are lurnlshed the depart ment of the prices of the different kinds of work sad materials, which shall be subject to the re vision of the department, so that the gross bid shall be equitably apportioned upon the w ole work to guide the department in making pay ment*. Ninety per oent of the amount of work done and materials dellveral, according to contract price, [said amount to be ascertained by the eatl mate of an agent of the department, appointed for that purpose,J will be paid from time to time, as the work pragT-sses, nnd ten percent retained until the comple ion of the contract, and accept anceof the work, Ac , by the sgent aforesaid, and b? forfeited la the event of non-fnlfllment of contract. ? Contracts will be awarded only to master build ers and mechanics, and the a?signment thereof, except by consent of the Secretary of the Treasury, will be a forfeiture of the same. Each proposal must be accompanied by a writ ten guarantee, signed hy two responsible persons, (certified to be so by the United States dls'rict judge or attorney of tne said district,) in the sum cf ?>5, WO, for the whole work, or of a proportion ate amount if for any part, that the bidder will when required, if h ? proposal be accepted, enter iito a contract and bond, with proper and suf flcient securities for Its faithful performance. Plans, applications, and working drawings c*n be examined after ten days, ana other in formation obtained on application to the depart ment Proposals will at the same time be received for a building similar to that called for by the speci fications, except that the main or exterior walls will be constructed of an Iron veneerlag, upon Iron frames filled in with some non-conauctlng substance, thus making the structure fire-proof, according to a supplement to the specifications. Persons submitting such proposals will give mi nute details of the mode of fastening the vertical and horizontal frames composing the walls; of ll'ling them; of the style of ornamentation, Ac. Persons may tubmlt plans for an iron building, I of an equal or smaller site than that called for hy the specifications, tho-igh conforming generally to the shape nnd plan. Ti.e propoosals must be sent to this department, addressed to the Secretary of the Treasury, (endorsed " Proposals forthe New Orleans marine Hospital ")and will be opened at 1 o'clock, p m , of the last day named for receiving the same, In the presence of the bidders. if any choose to attend. JAMES GUTHRIE, se 29-2aw60d Secretary of the Treasury. IRON HALL BOOT SHOE AND TRUNK ESTABLISHMENT. Receiving daily my pall and winter styles of Ladles, Gen tlemen a Misses, Children, Hoys' A Y uths' Doots and Shoes, of ail kinds and quali ties. Those in' want will do well Co call and exam ine my stock be fore purchasing elsewhere, *t S P. HOOVKR'S Iron Hali Doot and Shoe Establishment, Penn avenue, bet 9th and 10th streets. A large assortment of Sole Leather Trunks, also Leather and Wood Frame. Lad's Hat Ca?es, new styles. m IS NEW FALL GOODS 119 SOUTH SIDE re GOODS, suited to the early demand, viz: 30 pieces Fall Style Muslin d? Lalnea, 25 cts. 100 do English Prints, at 12 cts. S do Black Silks, best makes 353 do Skirting Cottons, comprising of all the met* approved makes 5"> pieces Broand Bid Sneeting Cotton 20 do Irish Linens, good and cheap 30 dozen Damask Napkins, from 3? 60 to 83.00 Table Cloths, and Table Damasks Hlrds Eye, Huckaback, and Board Towelling Allendale and Marselles Spread* Kugllsh Fur'd Chintzes from 12% to l?Jf ctg. Bright Colors (all wool) Muslin ce Lalnes Black Alapa.'a* and Muslin dt; Lalnes 5?> piece* Whi'.e, Red, and Yel'ow Flannels Casslmeres, Black French Doeskins and SattlneUs Tweeds, Checked and Plain Jeans Checked Muslins, Cambrics, and Nainsooks White and colored Canton Flannels Hem-stiched, Emb'd and Plain Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs Gents heavy Ribbed and PI iln half Hose Ladles' and cblldrens Cot'bn Hoae of all kinds Gents Merino and Cotton Shirts Ladles Merino and Silk Vests, Ac , Ac. To which larg-! additions will be made soon f.-om the large Auction and Importing Houses of Philadelphia snd New York. Customers are in vited to call early. se 11-tr JOHN H. BMOOT. H E. ?T r Alili Ut/UI'H. JOHN H. SMOOT.NO. 119 SOUTH SI1 of Bridge fctreet, Georgetown, D C.,bas ceivedhls First instalment of FALL GOOL WOOD, COAL, AND SAND. NOW AFLOAT, AND FOR SALE FROM the Vessels, 400 tons White and Ked Ash COAL, for Furnaces, Grates, and Stoves, war ranted to be of the best quality; 2,210 pounds to the on In all cases Always on band as good an assortment of WOOD AND COAL as can be found in the Dis trict, ana on a? good terms No. 546, Nortteaat corner of 12th and C streets, one square south of Pa. avenue. se 2<i-iiw C. M. KEYS. PROTECTION AND INOEM NAT Y FROM LOSS HY fike: PIKE, M \RINE, AND INLAND INSURANCE * Caylai (uul durpLa.. .3 151 1J. FARMEBS A??D MECHANICS' INSUR ANCE CO., OF PHILADELPHIA. Office north wet t rorner Pennsylvania avenue aiyl nth ttretl fVathin^tcn City, D. C. DIRECTORS. Hon. Thos. B. Florence, Chartea Dingue, George H. Arnntrong, Thoma* Mandtrfitld, Charles A Rub'.cam, Edward R. Ilelmbold, George ilelmbolu, P. Carroll Urewmrr, Jam*< E Ncell, I>anc Leech, Jr. THOMAS B. FLORENCE, President. EDWARD R HELM BOLD, Secretary. LOCAL 8I*RVEVORH ^(?harles 'A'a'Ur, No. 397 D atre-t, oppgjjji! Cijy J no. M. Thornton,corner Firsi street and Virginia avenue, Island. JamcH Williams, No 29 Pour-and-a hair street. John lligiles, No. Ml Thirteenth below Beaasytya-iia av -i.uo. MARINE SURVEYOR. Car>? J I*. Levy, No. 367 Pennsylvania avenue, opposite Naiioi a- Hotel. GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT. John Thoinason. The bn^ines* of this Ccrnpa'sy will compare fa vorably w:tii the mibl stjccrs?f?l of similar insula tion* in ?he United States Prom th?- I <4 day orAii-jnst, 1855, in flvc months, up t i 1st January. 1836 the premiums received amounted to the large ^m of one hundred and eight thousand, one hundred and fl'"iy-nne dollars, with only f irty six hundred and sn y mi dollan losses reported With these evidence* of ^ucccsaan.1 g >od man are m Mil, the directors feel justified in soliciting a 'hare of publir patronage, believing mat the aeca ntvoff're.i i-ritm^le and ihar all fair claim* tvi'l be a ljo?-d m hi according to acuity han te?a! teclini calitlM. * I 1 he company i* prppared to is?u? policies agimKt bV fire DWELLINGS, PLUNI uOITHkm ?L?' MANUPACToRIEH, VVARB tneirnmil ? dsscripUons or BUILDINGS, and j\!ikiRds mkrchan6ihe, TmTSHtP 8TICAMB0AT8, CA vevam e-< to or frftr* ' and ih'' ????*'cen. AM K tic A li! ^?y port,,,n o* BIROPK and ? ftnj on th? hiillH of H'i'P a hi ha a r ?j DSTigaUDK Uie rn . LAM?0A 1 8 rt\r Ittlfll of PF?'|f|il>fTl will Ka a. I eom*?niM,?,id in flXID* them evVr^!m * ^ ?th'>r la con.itruction and arrang. mcni w% >TP,r"i. m'*nl oonsnl' ration. ^ment will be taken mto Ali losses speedily adjuKt.-d and promptly raid Office aorthwestc raer PennsylAnla . Seventeenth street, Wa-hlngton eiiy n c Insurance may alto be eflerUd at tke Hofm nm.. Nvrtk'Pcti corner (Valuut and Second Street* Pin!!' drlfAta.mid m other prinjipal eitiea of ih*' United Braie> by authorized efliecrs of th? company Information for Traveler* ORANGE e ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD Great Southern Mail Line! rrTWICE DAILYti (SUNVAY NIGHTS EICEPTMD) Between Washington City and the South! VIA: ALEXANDRIA, ?ORDONSV 1 LEW. KICHMONIL DAN V1LLE GREENSBOROUGH, N. C. AN I> DAIt.V TO Til VIRGINIA SPRINGS. Leave Washington at 0 o'clock, A M. Leave Washington at 7 " P.M. Leave Alexandria at 7 " A.M. Leave Alexa"d'la at . 9 " P M. Travellers will find the Morning Line In con nection with tfc?? Virginia Central Railroad, the Cheapest, moat Pleasant and Fxpedltloud Ruote to TDK VIRGINIA 8PK1NGS, Greenbrier White Sulphur and Fauquier White Sulphur, Warm, Hot, Alum and Capon Springs, Weir's Cave, Natural Bridge, Lexington, ftc. UMNMiUShB and BAtjGAUfc. W AGON IP Will be at the Washington Railroad Depot to oon vey PASSENGERS and BAGGAGE, Fr$* of Ckargt, to STEAMER G HOR GE _ PAGE.for A LKX ANDRlA,a dls.^eSfcgHBt> a nee of six mlH, allowing ample time forM^T? Fare from Washington to Richmond 83 50 Fare '* " Danv.lle II 00 Fare " ** Greensborough...l2 00 Tickets prosnred on the beat. Expedition and Comfort are secured by this Route, as it Is a linsov visit clam *ailkoa? tick ALEXANDRIA TO DANVILLE. THROUGH PASSENGER^ and BAGGAGE carried without cost to the Depot of the Petersburg Railroad. JAMES A. EVANS, se 1 Aggnt, Alexandria, Va. HARPER'S FERRT, Via Chtsapenkt f1 Ohio Canal. THROUGH IN TWELVE HOURS! The new and splendid packet BOAT ARGO, Capt. Oh*i. H. Mkrrtil, wtll commence making Regular Trtp? between GEORGETOWN and the above Point, on Mon day, March 27th, 1850. The Boat will leave the wharf of W.H.tH.8 Rltter, Georgetown, D. C , o?ery Monday, Wed nesoiy, nnd Friday morrHng, at 6 o'clock Returning, she will leave Harper's Ferry eveTy Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, at o'clock. Through Tickets, 9U.U9. To Litfbvrg f|l th* Stag? /f**> Edwards' Firry. Families intending to vlsltthe Virginia Springs the coming season will find this by far the most safe, pleasant, and cheapest route to Berkeley Capon, Shanondale, White Sulphur and Warren. Meals ssrved on board at moderate rates. A coach will always be in readiness In George town to convey passengers to and from the Boat. For further particulars inquire at the store oi W. II A II. G. RITTER, Georgetown, and JOHN V. AVIS, Jr., Harper's Ferry, Va. mar IS?tf VfASHINtiVCR SHAHCfi KAILltOiP. (HUItor OJr IIOL'HS.?On and after Xti J day, the 23d instant, tt"-Tr-5ns will Iea?e W ashlx^ton at C and Bx a. ir., ttfi 5 ?s< p. m On Surday at4X p. m. Leave Baltimore at aid 3* r je., ui I is* IM p. rx. Oa Sunday m. t.CT_?r t a .* a c TEE NEW YORE AHD LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES ,>1A1L STLAn tKFi, TtlE SHIPS COMPRISING THIS LINh are the ATLANTIC Capt. Eldrldge BALTIC Capt Comstock ADRIATIC Capt Jaa West These ships having been b-illt by contract ex pressly for Government service, every eare has been takea in their construction, as also In their engine?,to Insure strength and speed; and their accommodations f ar passengers arc unequaled for and comfort Price of passage from New York to Liverpool In first cabin, 8130; in recond do., #73. From Liverpool to New York, 30 and *0 guineas. An experienced surgeon atta^hwd to eacn ship. No berths car be secured until paid for. The ships of this line havs improved water-tight bulk heads, and to avoid danger from tee wlllnot cross the Banks north of 42 degrees, until after the lut of August. FKoro*sn datis ov sailing brtm 1V?*? York. Ff on Livtrp?*! 1950. 1850. Saturday Apr.'JO Wednesday.... Mny 14 Saturdiy May 10 Wednesday....May 2-5 Saturday Mny 24 Wednesday....June 11 Saturday .......June 7 Wednesday....June 2-5 Saturday June21 Wednesday ....July 'J Saturday July 5 Wednesday ....July 23 Saturday July IS Weduesdiy....Aug. fl Saturday Aug. 2 Wednesday....Aug, Sfl Saturday Aug 16 Wednesday....Sept, U Saturday Aug. 30 Wednesday....Sept, 17 Saturday Sept. 13 Wednesday ....Oct, 1 Saturday Sept. 87 Wednesday ....Oct 15 Saturday ...Oct 11 Wednesday ....Oct, 2fi I Saturday Oct.23 Wednesday....Nov, la 'Saturday Nov. 8 Wednesday.... Nov. 25 Saturday Nov. 22 Wtdnfsday....Doc. If' Saturday Dea. 0 Wtdne6<luv ....Dcc. 2-1 Saturday Dec. 2t> For freight or passage apply to ;E1)WARD K. COLLINS A CO.. 50 Wrall street, New York. BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO , Llveioool. STEPHEN KENNAR1) A CO., ifr Au?t!? Friars, London B. G. WAIN WRIGHT A CO., Parts. The owners of these ships will not be aocount able for gold, silver, bullion, specie, Jewelry, pre cious stones, or metals, unless bills of lading are signed thsrefor, and the value thereof expressed therein. in l-tr BY RAILROAD OiaECT 10 THE WE8T Time between Washington anil Wheeling but 17i hours! Running Time between Waghington and Cincinnati 27 hoars!! fHB0V6H TICKSTS AND BA66AG1<U*CKS TO HAD IN WASHINGTON. THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAIL ROAD having greatiy improved its Western, now offers tiie fullest inducements to Trave :ern between WASHINGTON, BALTI MORE, and ail portions of the WEST, NORTH WEST, and trie SOUTHWEST. The .onnectlon between the Trains from Wash ington and the Trains bound West from Baltl more 5s alwzy? promptly made at the Washington Junction (lately called the Relay House) 9 miles from Baltimore. Thisia the only charge of cars required between Washington and the Ohio liver. Baggage is checked through to Wheeling at the Washington Station, and reoherked and trans ferred there, (with the i-atFrrgerB) without charge, for those holding Through Tickets for j olnts oe vond. The conne ting trains leave Washington dally at C a. mand 4)| p.m. On Sundays at the later hour oniv. At BEN WOOD, 4 ml'esfrom Wheeling, dired connoclionIs made with the trains of CENTRAL OHIO RAILROAD, running from Bellair, on the Ohio, through Cambridge, ZancsvlHe, and Newark, to COLUMHUS. The3etn?lns cr.cnect at Newark with the c-irs of the Newark, Manatield aid Saaduaky Ra'.lroacl for .""andijaky, Toledo, De*T0l?, Chicago, Ht. Louis, etc At COLUMBUS the C O. RMIrond trains cen aect with the fast trains of the IXlUe Miami Rail roaul to Xenla. Cincinnati, Louisville, etc. At XENIA(on I.ittie Miami Railroad)connection la formed with the trains tnroug;i Dayton, to Indian apolis, Terre Haute. LafayoUe, Chicago, Rock Is'snO, tit. Louis, Carlo, etc. |[7* Passengers holding Th?ongh Tickets foi MnnpKu, V\cktlmT?, Satrnrz, AVip Orleanf, et?., which are also sold at Washington?are trans ferred at Cln lnn?tl,to the Mai Steamers on the Ohio. Tickets for Evansvllle, Carlo, and St. Louis are sold by the river route IO" For CLLVRLAND, and via C eve'and tc To edo, Detroit, Chl> ago, etc , tl kets are sold, when t'ie Ohio Is navigable between Wliee ing and WellsvlUe (forty miies) where a connection with the C eve and and Pittsburg Railroad is made. Travel- rs are requested to notice that whie this Is the only route affording Through Tickets and Checks in Washington, it is a'so the shortest, most s[>eedy. and dire-t to near ya'l the lending points In the great West. The distan.-e from Washington to Cincinnati is but 053 ml es. being about 100 mllea shorter than by any other r?ute! FARE, MY THROUGH TU.KLT, FKOM W ASH I WOT'>N To Wheeling, ?9 50: Colum bus, ?13 05; Dayton, ?15 30; Cincinnati. fl? 00; Louisville, by railroad, #18 05, by steamer from Cincinnati,fie 00; Indiana oils, tl7 50; Cleve land, ?12 50: To'edo, ?15 80; Detroit, ?15 20; Chicago, g20 65and 81? 50; Ft Louis, f'2* 50 ana e?i Memphis, 820; New Orleans S3l, etc.

10-FOR FREDERICK AND HARPER'S FEHRY. MARTINSBURG.CUMBERLAND, BEKKLEY SPRINGS. BEDFORD SPRINGS. PIEDMONT, OAKLAND, and FAIRMONT, itisscngers may leave Washington at 0 a. mm 44 p m. For the minor way stations between Baltimore and Wheeling, take 8 a.m. train from Washington. j[T For trains to and ftom Baltimore, Annap oilsTetc., see spe>'lai advertisements. ihr For further Information, Through ' etc., apply to THOMAS H. PARSONS, at Washington Station. ?VM. S. WOODSIDE, flfastet-nf Transportation, muth I?w B. * O. EaliroatfrBaltiaMf Tickets, Agent, Medicines. FOR ALL THE PURPOBL8 OP A FAMILY PHYSIC. There has long existed a public demand foi an effective Purgative Pill which could be relied on ax sure and perfectly safe la Its operation. This ha* been prepared to meet thit demand, and an extensive trial of its virtues has conclusively shown with what success It accom plishes the purpose designed. It is easy to make a physical Pill, but not so easy to make the best of all Pill??one which should have none nf the objections, but all the advantages of every other This has been attempted here, and with what suc cess we would respectfully submit to the public decision. It has been unfortunate for the patient hitherto that almost every purgative medicine is acrimonious and ir Hating to tee bowels. This is not Many of them produce so much griping pain and revulsion In the system as to more than counterbalance the good to be derived from them. These Ptlls produce no irritation or pain, unless it arises from a previously existing obstruction or derangement in the bowels Being rurely vege table, no hann can arise from their use In aav quantity; but it is better than any medicine should be taken judiciously. Minute directions for their use in the several dlre-uea te which they are ap plicable are given on the box. Among the com plaints which have been speedily cured by them we may mention Liver Complaint, in its various forms of Jaundice, Indigestion, Languor and Loss of Appetite, Listlewness, Irritability, B lions Headache, Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, Fain in the Side and I<oins,forln truth, allthese are but the consequence of diseased action of the liver. As an aperifnt, they afford prompt and sure relief in Co?tiveness, Files, Colic, Dysentery, Humors. Scrofula and Scurvy, Colds, w'lth sore ness of the b dy, Ulcers and impurity of the blood: In sh?rt any and every case where a purga tive Is required. They have also produced some singularly suc cessful cares in Rheumatism,Gout, Dropsy, Orav el, Erysl elas, Palpitation of the Heart, Fains In the Back, Stomacn and Side. They should be freely taken in the spring of the year, to purify the blood end prepare the system for tne ciiange of MMnonfj. Au occasional dose stimulates the stomach into healthy action, and restores the ar-pe tite and vigor. They purify the blood, and by their stimulant action on the circulatory system, renovate the strength of the body, and restore the wasted or diseased energies of the whole organ ism. Hence an occasional dose Is advantageouf even though no serious derangement exists; but unnecessary dosing should never be carried too far, as every purgative medicine reduces ftie strength, when taken to excess The thousand cast s In wbich a physic Is required cannotbcenu merated here, but they sugg??t themselves to the reason of every body; and it is confidently be lleved this pill will answer a better purpose than anything which has hitherto been available to mankind When their virtues are once known the public will no longer doubt what remedy to employ when in need of a catliartic medicine Being sugar wnpped they are pleasant to take, and being purely vegetable, no harm can arise frrm their use in any quantity For minute directions see the wrapper on the Box PREPARED ST DB. JAMES C. AYKR, PRACTICAL * ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, LOWELL, MASS. Price 25 Ctnts per Box Five Boxes for $1,00 Sold by Z D GILMAN, Washlug'on, and al! respectable druggists. an8-4no DOCTOR HOOFLAHD'S ? % ^Ci^EBRATED GERMAN BITTERS prepared bt I>r. C. M. JACKf.ON, Philadelphia, Pa.. WILL BFFKCTCALLT Ct BS LIVER COMPi AINT, DYSPEPSIA JAiV.8DI.?.k,chrom1* or nervous dk biiitv Dis -ases of the Kidneys, and all Di?u cases arising from R Disordered Liver or Stomach. nnhlto ????? 'In caillnK tbe attention of the Pr th 1' ? preparation, does so with a feeline iontoiH ai COatldrnnC in lts virtues and adap:a tlon to the diseases for which it is recommen^-d. It is no new and untried article, but one thai has stood the test o; a ten year.' trKl Wore tte ^nTivan!"df^0ple'aad its rcP,lU4t'?" and sale la ?y any similar preparations extant I he testimony la Its favor given by the mo?t r.r^m i ali var?cr ibn?Wn pn',,ol,lD:a"d Indl 'ldoa'ls of ,h c?VDtry 18 aaa a ra,re IT.1 perusal of the A.'iaanac, published annuallv bv the proprietor, and to be'had gratis of ^ ?h ' cajrot but "tlsfy the most skepUcal ?asrpjuLsSphi" p.m,n?a,c,'rT N6-m READ THE FOLLOWING: Or r MIoFBA!,TOW*? Va , August4, 1655. theBi^rsarn fnc"^^, and*wh^^ak^oL V^y^'eJr effects1 ^SSSHoS s2s JP- M. CHALFAN1. ?T. 'tnr?"keepers and druggists in ever. ?5 pb?u?',he Unllttl frlcT^ KIDWELL^O*^' and JOHN 8 niuwLLL, Georgttown, Ageuts. Je 7-6m * ''!VATE MJEB1CAL TRKATISB e?t TEB ?E^l/>?OFHICAt VIEW OF KABBIA88 ? T K . B. LA CROIl, M. ALBANY, N. Y? /**?? 130 Fins, J'Uim.mmd 0*1 in 4 Utk tgrapkt and Plettt. .? '?* o?t<T Twsntt-Fivi CSMTI ir^n' V Po"teFe t0 all parts of the Kslea ^ ar'd rMni14 EVER FWBLISHED a Ji ? C0ntai?iIng nearly double the quantity of read ing matter in that of the FIFTY CENT OK DOL LAR PUBLICATIONS. It treats on the 1'H YBIOL InA MARRIAGE, and the Sccret liiflrmltlr-s and I):p.order of Youth and Maturity, resulUng from ex cesses, which destroy the Physical and reentci pow ew. v/ith Observations en ssasLsSp^sa take this important *tep without flrstconsnitin^V ! pares-commmtarlM kA thedisease,snS treatment rf females from medlyJ diseases arising imm lei's retior, .on simple rules by which^li i>S5S?vS,h ^ aR* solves withoutc'lre ,he0Q iafi. ted miseries and^iJ^':Vhn~OM Mlf fortunatfly prevalent In theyou^* ft fTa t^* m to J!??? ",!Si pliyjiMl cofl-imotiand who irToo^w,,?, L'le', ing hasarded theh^lth V08 of hav. to which every human ^lrg i JentUlM^vUeRei Fries TWENTY-FIVr rvvri Five Cot>l?8 for One Dollar S?r 01 W., u. .UjJJ oM^X"? Kc= CROIX u/cn0S7?f?tC C0Mait Dr. La J?'ffias ? ?1 n u ??-? ? .... .'?"""CT WiKHinn, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER C;?. i>r 4 t. A?D IN Hoe Matches, Jewelr;, sod Silver War*. Stlltng at a r.ry liberal fedueHon/Vom e;. No -ftiiD tomarf prtett. au?3ma' 6Wnuf; ^,ed 6fb and 7th street - - (In Browns' Hotel bulldla^> ' PliATFORM AND CODIfTER ?Cil PROPOSALS FOE DTD LAV GOODS. DEPARTMENT OlMPHB INTERIOR, ) Otttea Irbui Arvitli. > September 83, lffi. ) SEALED PROPOSALS, ENDOKSKD"PRO posals for Indian Good*," will to at the <J?ce of Indlaa Afihlrs, WuUaotoi elty, until 16 o'clock, a. m , on Friday, the3lsidsvof October next, f?r furnishing goods for lit* Indian I >e pertinent for fulfilling treaty stipulations with various Indian tribes and Oiher Indian purposes, as follow*: Glass No, 1. Ifs^tMC Bla*Jc*tt. 3,^00 pairs 3-point white Maaklnao blanked, to measure 60 by 79 Inches, and weigh 8 pound* 3,600 pairs -point white Machlaae blankets, to messure54 by 66 inches rsadweigk6ponods 1,300 pa<rs 2 point white Mackinac blankets, te measure 48 by 56 Inches, and weigh pounds 1,500 pairs 1^-oolnt white Mackinac blaaketa, to measure 96 by 50 inches, and weigh 4 if pounds 1,500 fairs I-point white Mackinac blankets, to measure 38 by 46 Inches, and weigh 3 k pounds 500 pairs 3 point scarlet Mackinac blanket* to measure 60 by 73 laches, and weigh 8 pounds 900 pairs 2*-point scarlet Mackinac blankets, to measure M by 66 Inches, and weigh 6 pounds 100 pairs 3# point green Mackinac blankets, to me??ure 00 by 84 lnahes, and weigh 16 peu:ds 200 pairs 3-point oreen Mackinac btonbets. to mwisure 60 by 78 Inches, and weigh ? pounds 200 ptirs 2^-point gxeen Mackinac blankets to iu pas a re 64 by 06 laches, and welch 6 pounds lOO pairs 3.#-point Indigo blue Maokloao blan kets, to measure 66 oy 91 inches, and weigh 10 pounds UK) pairs 3% point Oentlnella blue Mackinac blankets, to measure 00 by 84 Inches, and weigh 10 pounds 5W pairs 3-point UentlneLla blue Maeklneo blankets, to mejaure 0J by 78 Inches, and weigh 8 pounds 100palrs2^-po(nt6entlnella blueMsekinecbiso (bets, to measute 04 by fO inches and wetfk 6 pounds |C(/**s Nort. Chxk. 4,000 yards flrocy list blue cdtrth 25(1 do do green do 5.510 do gray 11st Mne do 4,060 d*> eaved list do do 4,000 do do rear let do 250 do do green do Class No.3. Dry Goods. 1,1*00 pounds wcrsted yarn, 3 folds 1(W dozen cotton flag handkerchiefs 50 do Madras do 100 do fancy cotton do 25 do black silk do 1IM) do 8-1 cotton sbawls 30 do 6-4 do 30 do 4 4 do 60 do 8 4 wollen do 600 pounds linen thread 20 do sewing silk 100 pieces ribands 150 gross worsted gartering 21) pieces silk handkerchief* 43,MM) yards calico 25,000 do Merrimar ealtoo 15,000 do blue drilling 15,060 do white do 2,000 do Georgia stripes 1,500 do blueaenalns 1,500 do cottonade Jo.<KH) do bed ticking 1,500 do Kentucky jeans 3,000 do sattlnets l*2,ooo do plain linsev 3,000 do rdeached shirting 15.000 da domestic shirting, unMeaCbed 15,(k0 do do sheeting do l!> 0*0 do checks, stripes, and plaids I5<? dozen wollen socis 8,500 yards flannels, assorted 500 pounds cotton thread 100 doz.n spool cotton 3<m> pounds best Chinese vermililon 1,500 do American do 2,000 do brown gllllng twines No. 30 I ,'200 do cotton maitre 3,?00 flannel shirts 4,000 calico do 2,500 pounds beads, white and black, assorted sizes 1 300 pounds beads, ruby and blue, assorted slsei Class No. 4. Ready-made O tot king. ?25" blue cloth frock coats 250 do pant* loons 250 do vests. Clafs No. 0. Hard it art' and Agricultural hnpj++mnlf t mc Aret. 7,000 pounds brass Kettles 1,200 tin kettles ."50 nests japanned do, 8 In a nest| V5 dczeu 10-quart tin pens 41) do 6-quart do 60 do 4-quart do 150 do 2 q'art do 54>0 do but her knives 200 do scalping do 75 M gun flints 10" gr< bs gun worms 150 do squaw awls 125 do fish hooka, assorted 3<*0 dozen do licee do 350 gross need lee 150 dozen coarse-tooth combe 150 do fine-tooth combs 150 do ?;lsscrs 10 do bush scythes 10 do grass da 5 do grain do 8 do adzes 3j do grubbing hcea ??? do weeding do 70 pairs liamts 160 do trace chains 180 log chains H?) drawing knives, 10 and W Inches In length 250augers. In equal proportions of 1#, 1, ft and Jf-lnch 2(10 hand saws 30 cross cut saws, 7 feet In length 15 do do 6 do do 2-0 dozen hand saw files 5 do cross-cut saw files 9 do wood rasps 250 quarters socket chisel*, , 1 and 2-lnch 70 planes, fore and jack 10 dozen shovels 15 do spades 450 camp kettles 4,0tM sh^rt handled frying pans SO dozen basting spoons 350 do Iron table spoons 2< 0 do tin cups 15 do scythe snaths 15 do axes, to weigh from 4 u to5 V pounds 140 do hiif aves, to weigh 3j? pounds 70 do hatchets, to weigh \% pound 5 do broad axes, ordinary size 150 do zinc mirrors 200 do lire steels Class No. 6. Northunt (iujtj. 1,000 northwest guns, flint look 500 do do percussion lock. Said goods to be furnished at Boston New York, Pnlladdphia, Baltimore, Pittsburg', Cin cinnati 8t Louis, Detroit, or Chlcaga, u may o? specified in the accepted bids: andthe delive ries thereof to be made on or before the 1st day of April next, or at such time or times thereafter during the year 1867 as may be nrrt tarsi bv the Commissioner of Indian Affairs. The right will be reserved to require a greater or less quantity of any of the articles n.^5 tban that specified In the above achodule: and also an v others of the aamedass, butof a different descrlp tion, thai may be needed, at the lowest market prices Goods of American manufacture, of the requited styles and quality, will be preferred; but as most of the samples of blankets and cloths are foreign fabrics, it will be necessary. In proposing a do mestic article of either of those classes that a sample thereof shall be forwarded to this' offloe at as early a date as practicable. ' Each bidder tzr guns will be required toexhlb. It a sample or samples of the kind and quality he proposes to famish; and the departmeat rsniin u. the right of accepting such bid or blda as are be lieved to be most advantageous to the Indians considering aervlceable qualities, prices The articles to be furnished must Inali resmrt* conform to, and be equal with, the sami^eT which may be seen at this offloe, or such aamDie. of Americas manufacture and guos as mav vi finished and approved They will bs rigidly Inspected and compared with the samp ?? .1 agent or agents appointed for that purpose ?ueh as may be unequal thereto In any partl^flar be rejected; which case theSnticto?wll7!ll bound to furnish others of the reaniwwi kTii* ^ will be made for the goods reeeivad'aa thereof wrtts^i w-.u received on invoices to C^Uh?,? * agC0t0r a?*oU appointed Kt^ndfuWlU.^re<la,red the amount of the ,a,thful F*rformaaee of ^e contract be cerTfled musl attorney by * "nl!ed BlBt? **?? <* P1?.1??*1? must embrace the articles, with the qiuumtles thereof, ss they are arraaced In the prolog schedule, with ti^lS^XSxSl to each in dollars and eents at which tkey will be Spg*/* the amount. H s^jiikaiisuaj^r-4 * ?ei-rtcjrf P"P?" '? 1 to tae terms of 1 Miscellaneous. September. ?, 1W the following articles at the prices tbere'o tflied, fh<*e Insert tfce II* moor ding to theclaas or elasssa pre posed for, 1 Ml vera hie ?n_the city of [BertN, New York PUtaM >, Plmng,1 pbla. Baltimore, Pittsburg. Cincinnati, St. Leula, Detroit #r Chicago u tkr ear may be.] on or be taj* the tnt day of April next, or at sack tlaae or times during the year 1867 as may he ordered by the Commissioner of Indian Affairs; and I [or wel will alao furnish, at the same prloes. such addlt'oaal quantities of the same klndaand quali ties of goods, at d at the lowest market prhMi sochotbsr arncles af the ana class. but of a dif fer-ni description, as may fc? required for the service of the ladlaa department during the year 1W7, deilmahle as above staUd. And If this porpcsal be accepted for. [here Insert the number of the class or olaases proposed for. J I [or we) will, within ten days thereafter, exerate a eon tract accordingly. ar.d give security. satisfactory to the Commissioner of Indian Aflhls, for the faithful performance of the same " Kach proposal must also he a rompanled by a guarantee, In the following form, to be signed oy two or more responsive persons, whose suMeten cv must be cTtiaed by a United States judge or dlstrit attorney : ** We hereby guaranty that the above btddsr, [fr bidders.] if a contract shall be awarded to hlni, for them,) accordisg to his [or their j fore going btdr r proposal, will exs-utescrontrnctsnd give security for the performance thereof, a? pre scribed In the advertisement for proposals for In dlsn goods, dated September 23. IBM; and w agrea to pay any and all damages or losses which the United States or the Indians may suSer bv ressoo of fell ore so to do oa the part of the as Id bidder" [or bidders.] No proposal will be considered tbet does not strictly conform to the trrms and dlreetlona of this advertisement; and bidders are partlcularty requested to examine the samples before making their proposals. GEO W. MANVPENNY, se 91 dft&3tawtOctai C omma GREAT REDUCTION IIT THE PRICE or BOOTS AND OA ITERS I HAVE UN COMMISSION, FOR A PHIL adelphla manu facturer, a first rate Sewed or Pegged Calf-Skin BOOT at 93 full as good a? those usuall y sold at SS or 96: a-d a French Calf Petent i/Cathei GAITER at 9 I 50, as good as any at 95; a first rate Caif Ga1terat93 SO,the^e are the best goods that Is (or ever were) sold In the District for the price; for the proof, come and see for vouraelf. Terns positively cash. No extra p ofit charged to rlbet bad debts. Call at the AEiT YORK HAT STORE, Seventa street. near Pennsylvania avenue. m24 tf ANTHONY. Agent THE HAT. IMTORTED HATS DIRECT FROM PARIS t) CASES OP THE MOJ*T BEAUTIFUL A styesof SOFT and KNOCK ABOUT HAT** ordered last May. Just rectlvtd Hivln * gone to (ieu trouble and expense to get the above eood" direct from Paris, I can r. rw r, end shall at all t:mrs have, the latest and most approved styles cf French Hata. at the Bazaar, corner of Sixth rre^ and Penntylvenla atenue. ee 25-eoSw HOPKINS. HATS! HATS! CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL supply of BEEBE'S ^srrr^T?!^. NEW YORK STYLES, trgether with TAY LO R '3 HATS, of BALTI MORE. The best black dress HATS got op in the latest style for S3 W, as good as those usually sold at 95 : and a good fashion- i able Hat at 9J, worth 94; and a first-rate Hat. 92 24). The be>-t materials and the best workiranshlp la employed to produce a 96 Hat, which is aold for 93 fU. We do ac*sh business, meet with no ]os sea, but give each customer full value for bla money. Felt Hats unusually low. N b Agent for DrlacolTs Balna of aThousard F lowers Price 35 cents per bottle. ANTHONY, 7th street, near Pa avenue. Agent for a New York Hat Company. se if TO ALL THATVALUE THEIR SIGHT WISHES TO CALL THE ATTENTION to all that suffer with defective sleht, caused by age, sickness, and petlculany from glasses Injudiciously selected, to bis perl or SPECTACLES and GLASSES carefully gTound bv himself to a true spherical accuracy, and bril liant transparency, suited precisely and b**nefi cially to the wearer according to the concavity or convexity of the eye. Very numerous a>e the 111 effects caused to the precious organ of sight from the commencement of using glasses in not being precisely suited, by the use of an Of temettr , arid the practice of many years enables blm to meas ure the focal disease of the sves. and such glass es that are absolately required will toe furnished with precision and satisfaction JOHN TOBIAS acknowledges the very libe ral encouragement already obtained, and further solicits the patronage of those that have not yel availed themselves of his aid. Persons that cannot conveniently call. by send ing the glasses la use, and state how many inch es they can read this print with their spectacles, can be supplied with such as will Improve their sight. Innumerable testimonials to be seen; and ref erences given to many who have derived the greatest eass and comfort from his glasses. Circulars to be had gratis, at his office, No. Alii SEVENTH STREET, thru doort from Odd Ftllow' Hall, cr stairs. NoaroLi, September7, ISM Sir?The Spectacles you made for me suit very well, and seem to have improved my sight more than any other 1 have lately tried LITT. W. TAZEWELL I have tried a pair nf Spectacle* obtained from Mr. Tobias, and find them of great assistance to my sight, and corresponding with hladescription of the focus. I reooiruaend. biro as a skillful op tician. HENRY A WISE. Having been Induced by a friend to visit the es tablishment of Mr Tubia* for the purpose of try ing hla glasses, I was furnished oy him with a pair slightly colored blue, which have afforded me more rel'ef and gratification than any 1 have ever tried. My sight, originally very good, was injured by writing and reading at night, fre Juently to a very late hour; but with the aid of lose glasses I can s ndy almost as late as rver. and that too without the pain I have previously suffered. JOHN WILSON, Late Commissioner Gtn'l Land Oftoe. December 11, L8S5. 1 have used Mr. Tobias's Spectacles for {three or four months, and take great pleasure in sav ing that 1 am much pleased with them. I have been much benefitted by them May8th, ISM. 6KOR P SCARBUR6H. 1 was recommended to Mr. John Tobias as a akUlful optician ; and as 1 have eyes of remark able peculiarity, I was gratified to find that Mr. Tobias seemed to comprehend them by inspec tion and some slight measnrement, and be has made me a pair of Spectacles that suits me ad mirably. A. P. BOTLER. July 11,1869. WiLm??Ton, N. C., Jan 37, ISM Mr. J TuBIas: Dear Sir?1 am happy to uy that the Spectacles which 1 obtained from yon last week are entirely satisfactory. From an inequal Ity In the visual ranee of my eyes, I have hereto found great dlfllculty In getting glasses of the proper focal distance It affords me pleasure to state that, by the aid of your optometer, this dlfl culty has been happily obviated so that the glasses you furnished me are dec dedly the beet adapted to my eyes of any 1 have ever yet used Very respectfully, yours, R B DRANE, Rector of St James1 Parish DnraaTMKNT of ljiTiaion, May 7, 1855 From natural defects and the unequal range of my eyes, 1 have been compelled to use glasses for several years 1 have tried different opticians without obtaining glasses perfectly fitted to my eyes. Fonr months since Sir. Tobias made two pain especially for me, which 1 have found to serve me perfectly. By the nse of his optometer he la enab ed to adapt Glasses minutely to tbeeyw. 1 most cheerfully recommend Mr Tobias to sli having occasion to use glasses and l?ear my testi mony as to hla akill as an optle Ian HKNRY E. BALDWIN, Aaslst. See'y to sign Land Warrants P. 8.?OPERA GLASSES of great varied, TELBSCOPE8 A MICROSCOPES, WATCH MARER GLA8KKS ai\A mnnu AiW*. -- ? ? 1n ???wvj?a aso ?tr aiVlll'9UUr^^, ^ AT( MAKER GLASSES, and many other article* thla line at very low prices constantly on ha d JTJS-Iy Examine kllum stock of Pianos. se ?