Newspaper of Evening Star, October 16, 1856, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated October 16, 1856 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. THE FARMERS' GIRLS Up In the early morning jnst at the peep of d?y, Straining the milk In the dairy, turning the cowa away; Sweeping the floor In the kitchen, making the bed* up snlrs, Washing the breikfast dishes, dusting the parlor cnalrs. Oh, how merry the lay, so bright, and gay, Of the merry farmer's girls; Hurrah, how merry the lay. we carrol to-day, Of tb? merry farmer's girls. Brushing the crumbs from the pan try .Bran tins for eggs at the barn. Cleaning tne turnips for dinner, spinning thecot ton yarn: Spreading tne whitened linen down on the braah below, Ransaklng every meadow where the reds'raw berris grow. Oh, hew m?rry the lay, Ac. Starching the fixings for Sunday, chnrnlng the saowy cream, Rinsing the pails and stialners, down In the run ning stream; Feeding the geese and turkles. making the pump kin plea Jogging the little one's cradle, driving away ths flies Oh, how merry the lay, 4c. Grace In every motion, music in every tone, Beauty of fo;m and feature, thousands mlgfct covet to own; Cheeks that will rival the roses, teeth the whitest of pearls, One of those country maids is worth a score of your city girls Oh, how merrily the lay, Ac. AKRITALS ATTHE PRINCIPAL HOTELS "rational Hotel?WV. OUT. R W Brooke, Md R Jamison, Va Dr C H Wyvlll.do R H Edelin, Md D >1 Parker, do J Clemson, do Dr T Harris, Ala J C Cookson, do C E Ty>r, Va T F Yowie, do J J Morris, Ala W T Eartis, Mass A B Howe, NY C Whitney, do A Bartholf, do \V H Rogers, Del W H Gibson, Miss M J Hall, Tex Mrs Busllng, NY C Su'lilvan, Miss Miss B'Jsling,do J Marsh, Pa R M McLane. Md C \V Woodman, P Hussey, NY RT Brcddus A ly, Va M1&1 Hussey, do C T Guimer, Ala J \V Brieeland, Cal E Lovell, Ga L F McAUer, Md S slmson, do J C Cooper A ly, NY N Avery, do J MoHenrv, O C Young, Aid Hon T F Bowie, Md C B Whlta A fam, Va Miss Bowie, do E Llpplncott, Pa W D Bowie, do E Mince, do J S Coleman A ly, Va W B Jones, Va J J Almand, do C Olggs. Md Dr Bail, Miss WilTard*' Hotel?J. c A h. a. willabd. O E Kreity, Md M P Thornton, Md B J Hulton A ly, De'. D E Butler, Mass T F Beale, La 8S Latrop, Ten J J Stanley, Ct C G Slthmayds, La F A McHenrv, O Hon J J Taylcr, NY B H Knight. Mass J M Edwards, do W L Moines, NT C S Stewart A ly, Ala A D Stebblings, NY S P Allison, Ten J \V How A ly, do C de Leslie, La F W Scammon, Ark Y Tevan, Mex Col J D Graham, USA <' S Nararro, do Mr Trepler, M?x J Duncan, Mis W Dealsoa, Mass Mrs Dickinson, N Y Hon R Johnson, Md P P Dandridge. Va W H Harm, lv A son, Hon P Hebart A serv.La Mass R Gray, Va O Scrlgg, Md Dr T D Larorey. La C W Burch. do C M Northrup. ly A si?, L P Swiss A ly. Fs N Y R C Rlckart, Ky J A Stanley, NC J J McCormick. Va Rrown*' Hotel.?T. p. A M. BROWS. R W Scott, USN Mrs Allison, J Humphery. Cal F Va.'dner, Md W Norfolk, 111 A CbambMn, do T Walker, do F Giles. Ma?s H Kinney, NT C Gratfling A ly, Va J H Blake. Mas? J Lutze A fy, do K H Cobb, My Capt Hopping, NJ il'RUey, O D P Blair, Miss W Smitn, Va Mrs Blair, do Capt G Hoover, Md Miss E Blair, do H A Broke Miss H Blair, do T M Hadiy A ly. NY P Allison. USN Miss Parker, do F Green, Md Miss Phillips, do Kirktvood lloase,?J. A a. a. kirkwood. E F de I.ezame, Mex F Moulton, DC J Crockwell, do Dr Hodges, Md W W Gray, DC Mrs Hean, Iowa J B Johnson, J W Matcher. Del J Berkley, Md J W Mlcil, Va A Hasklns, NY Mrs Smith, NY J Ditney, Mass G C Jordan, do G Williams A ly. Rev Dr Aston, E W Fenshaw, N Y TJ McCamant, Pa J B Cooper, do C Wheatlelgb, do T Baker, du Com Jones, USN MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. rioa TBI IRITII ITATII. V?*i. Ltwu Far Day. Africa New York....Liverpool..Oct. 15 Arago New York....Havre......Oct. 18 Alma New York....Havre Oct. ?) rtoa naori Ericsson Liverpool....New York...Oct. 1 Bellque Antwerp New York..Oct. 3 Persia Liverpool....New York...Oct. <* Hermann Cowea New York...Oct. 8 The 'Jallfornlasteamera leave New York on the and it>tL of each month BKEAU TO MY CHILDREN?BY MRS Kllen Key Blunt Price 50 cents. De Bow's Review for October, oc 9 FHANCK TAYLOR. (JULY #17A FOH A PIANO. Pianos:?pianos* ??pianos' ;Juat rncrivf-d direct from Paris, through the Custom House, New York, two ofHTY^^n M ^azare's new Invented Iron PIANO FORTES, w Ich are warranted to keep in tune equal to any in -trument made in this country ?r elsewhere. Tuese Pla .os will be sold at the low price of ?175 ca>h only. Think of a Piano sold for that price with full Iron frame, part round corner, Rosewood rase, and polished like a Mirror This is thefirst instance cf the kind known to the Washington Sablle Persons in want of Piano will avail lemselves of this opportunity. W. G. MET'/EROTf, Maalc Depot, oc 7- S. W cot of Pa av , 11th and D sts. NEW AUCTION AND COMMISSION STORK. BONTZ a COOMBS, NO. 1B9 SEVENTH streets, between 1 and K streets, return their grateful thanks to a generous public for the liber al patronage extendi to them sines they have been engaged in the Hou.*e Furnishing business in the Northern Liberties, and now bej leave to announce to the public that at the earnest solici tation of imny citizens they have been induced to connect with their present trade the Auction and Commission business. Tney p.edge themselves to leave no eO-jrt un tried or spate no trouble to give satisfaction In all cases to inose who may confide their business to them or favor them with their patronage All cool? consigned to them will liesold to the best advantage aud prompt returns made. Particular attention will be given to the sale of real and personal property of every kind, and liberal ra?n advances made on the same whenev er required BONTZ A COOMBS, Commission Merchants n CHEAP FURNITURE. \H. Our large warehouse Is filled tolts* l^l utmost capacity with every de- . ' " "?crlntlonof Parlor, Chamber, and J Kitchen Furniture, both new and second-hand, *hlch we will sell at a small advance over manu far'.uier*' prices. It Is useless for us to Itemize; nuffl e It to aay w? are are prepared to furnish out entire homwv at such prices as cannot fall to give Mtlnfaction to purchasers A call Is respectfully ?oliciu-d BONTZ A COOMBS, Auction 'nd Commission Merchants, sr w-1 m No :wj Seventh street. ? BU?UTi DERTiKBH, 8fca? and Residence No. 303 Penn'a avenue ?oath gida, between 9th and loth its 11 \v,' K &E(i and ail necessary conveniences for properly conducting hi* business, wo ild respectfully inform the public that he la fully prepared to fill all orders entrusted to him, at the anortes- notice, and In the best manner. A large supply of READY-MADE COFFINS of all r.?s. always on hand, which will be fur a'.ihed ra the most reasonable terms As heretr-fore, no palnawlll be spared te give er > ire bad-faction on all occasions. N. U.? Kesid ng on the premises, erdera will be promptly attended to at all hour*. feu 7-fy n. ??. IIAKVKT, (Bsccassoa to Jambs F. Habvit,dicbasid,) UNDERTAKER, ,1o 410 Sivtntk strui, u and H, Begs leave to inform the public that sue baa in her employ the tt?? ?a me persona that were for inert v In ti.' -otabllshment, whoarefuily^^^^^^^^ Cf- i e'ent to conduct the Undertaking Business: ar.it hat every attention will be given to calls day or night, as heretofore. m It Am Miscellaneous. Firat Public 8ale of Delaware Trust Lands in the Territory of Kansas. PROCLAMATION. By the President of Ike United S'ater. IN PURSUANCE OF LAW, I, FRANKLIN PIEgCE, President of the United State* cf America, do hereby declare and make known that a public sale will be bold at Fort Leavenworth, in the Territory of Kansas, commencing on Mon day, the Wth day or October next, for the disposal of such of the lands and town lots, held in trust bv the United states for the benefit of the Dela ware tribe of Indians, as are situated within the undermentioned townships, comprising the east ern portion of the lands ceded by the said Dela ware Indians in tract as aforesaid, to wit : South \f the has* tin* and east of the firth principal meridian n JeTenn*hiP8 8eVCn' elght' n,ne' and ten'?f ranK? twTnt^n*h,PS' 'e,ght' nlne'and ten'of 1range twESj^Ji!* ,'eVen, e'Sht' ?lne> and tCn of ranS? twoOW1MhlpS eIsl11' ?lnf'and te:,> ?r 'angefenty th^Wn8tlpS nlUe and tea' of ran8e twenty. Also, the surveved blocks in the town of Jack sonville, so called. from No.lto No. 121, in clusive, situated in townships Nos flandlOsou'h, ?i. ra??e if east, abovementloned, according to the plat of said town of Jacksonville on file in the office of thesueveyor general of the Territories or Kansas and Nebraska, to which reference is made Also, the surveyed blocks in the town or Dela ware, so ? ailed, from No. 1 to No 91. Inclusive, situated in township No. 9 and south, of range ?^a8t' a^?Tenienti00ed, according to the plat of said town of Delaware on file In the office of said surveyor general, and to which reference is made. Also, the surveyed blocks In the town of Hard villi, so called, from No I to No. 94, Inclusive, situated within townships Nos 8 and 9 south, of range 19, abovementloned, according to the plat of said town on file in the office of the said sur veyor general, and to which reference Is made. Also, the surveyed blocks In the town of Lat taville, socilied, from No 1 to No l?, inclu sive, situated in township No 8 south, of range No. 22 eist, abovementloned, according to the plat of said town of Lattaville on file In the offlceof tne said surveyor general,and to which reference is made. And also the lots in several blocks as surveyed and laid out In Leavenworth City, so called, situated in township No. 8 south, of range *2 east abovementloned, according to the plat of said town of Leavenworth City on file in the office of the said survoeyr general of said Territoiles, and to wnlch reference is hereby made. - Said abovementloned lands, town lots, and blocks, having been classified and valued by com missioners duly appointed for that purpose ac cording to law, the valuation so placed upon the same respectively will be the minlnum at which the same will be offered for sale. The terms of sale will be cssh, and upon pay ment beln* made, receipts in duplicate will be made therefor, one of which will be delivered to the purchaser. Patents will subsequently be granted for the lands so purchased In accordance with the laws in force regulating the Issue thereof Jhe above lands and town lots and blocks will be commenced onthedayap polnted, and will proceed in the order in which they are advertised with all convenient despatch until the whole shall have been offered and the sales thus closed. AH purchases not paid for on the day of salewlll m?n th*foUowlng day, at the risk o: the defaulting purchaser. Br.he.PrMd,,,: George W Manypenny, vi Commissioner of Indian Affars. ? i v?TB.?^ ,'above advertisement will be pub llshed In such papers only as are requested bv note to Insert It. 1 au 16-lawt20th Octd&w Postponement of the Sale of the Delaware lrust Lands in Kaniaa Territory. IVOTICK IS HEREBY 81VEN, THAT BV i\dir^t!on, ?Vhe Pres,*ent of the United . tates, the sale of the Delaware Trust Lands in rectory, advertised to commence on the *Uth of October next, at Fort Leavenworth, is postponed until Monday, the 17th day of Novem ber next, at which time, and the place aforesaid, me sa d sale will commence, and be conducted and continued In all respects as provided by the original proclamation of the 11th of August last By order of the President. GEO. W. MANVPENNV, ? Commissoner of Indian Affairs Department of the Interior, i. , ?omce of Indian Affairs, sc H-lawtd d&w September 17, 1956. PROTECTION AND INDEMNITY FROM LOSS BY FIRE I FI RK, M ARINE, AND INL AND INSURANCE. Jtufv*Vixed Cr.pitalnrui Hur;>lin...% 1,3ft*.131 13. FARMERS AND MECHANICS' INSUR. ANCE CO., OF PHILADELPHIA. Office norlKu-ttt rornrr Pennsylvania avenue and 17th street, Washington City, D. C. ? _ directors. Hon. 1 hos. B. Florence, Charles Dinger, Pk?T A'mtronf, Thomas Mandcrficld, Charles A Rubies m, Edward R. Helm bold, George llel mbold, F. Carroll Brewster, James E. Nrall, I?aae Leech, Jr. THOMAS B. FLORENCE, Presided EDWARD R HELM BOLD, Secretary. LOCAL SURVEYORS. Ildl!lar'e,, ^ alt?r' D street, opposite Ciiy Jno. M. Thorntoa,corner Finst street and Virginia avenue, Island. 8M1 Ji?KleoVVl.",dnV,' No"22 Fonr-and-a half street. J hn Rifles, No. 601 Thirteenth street, below PeuHsylvania avenue. ' "c,uw , n SURVEYOR. i,apt. J. p. Levy, No. 367 Pennsylvania avenue opposite National Hotel. Bue' GENERAL superintendent. . . John Thomason. The business of this Company will compare fa amounted to the lar?e sum of oue nundred and nam thousand, one hundred and fiiiy-one doll*? wnh With these evidences of success and food man. a^emrnt, the directors feel justified in soliciting a share ot public patronage, believing that thr b*cu rity offered isam^le. and that all fair claims will b#. Shies more wording to equity than legal techi.i ,'"mP3ny '*prepared to ismis policies a-amst TUM ! arZ?n "WKLLlffcB, FlTHN I ?iouafes In /' manufaoturikh, WAKE HOUSES, ail descriptions of BUILDINQS, and their contents, or all kinds of MKRCIMNIjMF h7 VK8SBL8, 8T*AMBOATS c5' NAL IIMW, RAIL*OA6s, and the nTm'l "f BUROPK and" AMERICA, an<l on the hulls of SI EATdBOA 1'H navigating the western waters ^lauuA 1 8 a"" ?"??"?? *'? balakcTvI a ,j^te4 and promptly paid. Seventeenth strStrWa/hlngto7jTTy,1D,cen,,e 8nd delpkta and in other principal ciS, of the UnrtSi j^4-lyiaUth0r,X' d of company. mantelsT iVFlF AND B EAUTIFUL STV/ r TsSiHHfr AGATE, SPANISH GALWAY ina J!^LLA' and desirable MARBLES Th'p imit! i so perfect that they chalenrethe^clo2lt^2m?"i They are so Wghiy pollsh% tfat thTreSn heTr beaut7 much longer than marble: are Jot Jlured ranging from #123 to #12 morhet. Price 3 door, below <?& '^UoV'^.T "up '? ? HANSON.' ' Agent. tins Himis Minis ?ob?io, D0M8n0L?x6HA.a?i 0n *? Imp.; 0. ?u tt.S,?IiLJfcJ/"ins on "d ""?? a *?davar,f?rs?u. We arett* Ptl^pJrc?^,* 1 8 ? Sale.LAND WARRANTsJffu5iMd ^avefor Land Warrants located in lowi vv? naUoa" n kCHUBBB ROTHCER"s,,,0r Bankers, opposite thuT^L*' CORPORATION nTOC^TZi^,n,,r. -? 8t?ch for sale at "?'M ****-? CIVBB BlOmg,, Medicines. DOCTOR HOOPLA HD'I CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS PRBPARKD BY Dr. C. M JACKSON,Philadelphia, Pa., WILL BFFBCTUALLY CUBB LIVER COMPRINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICE, CHRONIC OR NERVOUSDE ?* bllitv, Diseases of the Kidneys, and all Dis eases arising from a Disordered Liver or Stomach. The pr -prletor, In calling the attention of the public to this preparation, does so with a feeling of the utmost confidence In Its virtues and adapta tlon 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 American people, and Its reputation and sale Is unrivalled by any similar preparations extant. The testl mony In Its favor glven by the most prom inent and well known physicians and Individual* in all part* of the country is immense, and a care ful perusal of the Almanac, published annually by the proprietor, and to be had gratis of any of his agents, cannot but satisfy the most skeptical that this remedy Is really deserving the ereat cel ebrity it has obtained Principal office and manufactory No. W? Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa. .READ THE FOLLOWING: n, ~ Moboantowi*, Va .August4,1855. Dr C. M. J ackso."*?Dear s?lr:?The sales of the Bitters are Increasing, an4 what speaks vol umes in thelrfnvoris tint all who have used them speak highly of their effects No medicine thai 1 sell gives such general satisfaction, and the de mand for It exceeds all precedent; and I assure you It affords me pleasure to sell such a remedy Our physicians nolonger scowl at it, but are com pelled to acknowledge Its Intrinsic value, and the Sreater paM of them have had magnanimity suf cient 'o lay aside their prejudlcles and prescribe It In their practice. Respectfully yours, F M. CHALFAN*. For sale by storekeepers and druggists In ever\ town and village in the United Staies. Price 7? cents per bottle. u-^;?ri.-?!L3?AN' Washington, and JOHN S KID WELL, Georgetown, Agents. Je 7-flm AVER'S PILLS. FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A FAMILY PHYSIC. T 1HERK HAS LONG EXISTED A PUBLIC demand foi an effective Purgative Fill whict could be relied on as sure and perfectly safe in it* operation. This has beeu prepared to meet tha* demand, and an extensive trial of Its virtues ha> conclusively shown with what success it accom pilches the purpose designed It is easy to make a physical Pill, but not so easy to make the best of al! Pill*?one which should have none of thf objections, bat all the advantages of every other, riiis 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 the 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 i These Pills produce no lrrl'ation or pain, unless it arises from a pretlotisly existing obstruction or derangement in the bowels Being purely vege table, no harm can arise from their use in aay quantity; but it is better than any medicine should be taken judiciously. Minute directions for theii use in the several diseases to which they are ap plicable are ?lven on the box. Among the com plaints which have been speedily cured by therr, we may mention Liver Complaint, in its various forms of Jaundice, Indigestion, Languor and Los* of Appetite, Listlessness, Irritability, B lious Headache, Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, Pain in the Side and Loins, for in truth, allthese art but the consequence of diseased action of the ? f Tm .^8 an ?P?rientj they afford prompt and sure relief In Costiveness. Piles, Colic, Dysentery', Humors, Scrofula and Scurvy, Colds, with sore ness of the bdy, Ulcers and impurity of thi blood: in short any and every case where a purca tlve is required. * They have aWo produced some singularly suc cessful cures in Rheumatlsm.Gout,Dropsy, Grav i' kjry8'0*'*8) Palpitation of the Heart, Pains it the Back, Stomach and Side. They should be frce.y taken in the spring of the year, to purify the blood and prepare the system for the changt of seasons. An occasional dose stimulates the stomach Into healthy action, and restores the appe vl.Kor They purify the blood, and oi tnotr stimulant action on the circulatory system renovate the strength of the body, and restore tht wasted or diseased energies of the whole organ ism. Hence an occasional dose Is advantageous even though no serious derangement exists: bui unnecessary dosing should never be carried tot far, as every purgative medicine reduces tt* strength, when taken to excess The thousand cases in which a physic is required cannot be enu meratcd here, but they suggest themselves to the reason of every body; and It is confidently be lieved this pill will answer a better purpose than anything which has hitherto been available to mankind When their virtues are once knowi. the public will nolonger doubt what remedy to employ when in need of a cathartic medicine. Being sugar wrapped they are pleasant to take and being purely vegetable, no harm can aris, from their use In any quantity. Box?r m*nute directions bcc the wrapper on the PREPARED BT DR. JAMES C. AVER, PRACTICAL f ANALYTICAL CHEMIST LOWELL, MASS. Price 25 Cents per Box. Five Boxes for $1.00 Sold bv 'A D. OILMAN, Washington, and al respec'able druggists. auH-4m miVATK MEDICAL TREATISI ? M (HI PHILOSOPHICAL VIEW Of MABBIAOI, BT LA CROIX, m. D., ALBANY, N. Y., P?*?? ?*? ISO Fime, Plmiu.und CelorH Litk ?grmfks m%4 PUttt. PBItB O.ILT #-.V?NTT-FlV* OBMTS sent Tree of I'ostaze to all parts of the Vb1bb. / CHEAPEST BOOK EVER PUBLISHED. and containing nearly double the quantity of read lng matter In that of the FIFTY CENT OR DOL LAR PUBLICATIONS. It treats on foe PHYSIOL OGY OF MARRIAGE, and tbe Secret Infirmities I aud Disorder of Yoith and | Maturity, resulting from ex ce?Berf, which destroy the physical and mental pow ers. with Observations on w Marrlcge its duties and disqualifications and the:r remedies: with Lithographs,11 lustratlne tut Anatomy and Physiology, and Diseases of inn Pa proiucJrre Organs of both ?x?!S3IStractfrJ functions. A popular and comprehea slve Treatise on the Duties and CausaltleJof sia lic and marrledlife?happy and fruitful ones?th?lr ob?iatton and removal im hints tc these contemplating matrimony that wlU overcome rhjeoUoas to D; non"howeverJhl? ii?e this Important^?epwithontflrstconsulllngV* page*?commentaries on the diabases arm medf j-1 treatment of females from infancy to old use eaoh a"i? V ,1Ia*'ra,e<4 t>V beautiful lflh'ogrn P*lc plalcs-rervous debility, its causes an? sure f''*P'90CMI ?nce so simple, safe, and efffcctjr.i that fail ere is impossible?rules for dally maBa-re Meat?an essay on '"aa3n,wiih?ractleiH observations on the safer and moresuc^Tmod! of rsatinent-prccautioiarv hints on the evil t re suiting from empirical practlci? ewy in all diseases arlslag from iBilscretlon, with plain anJ simple rules by which all persons'can cu?e JJm lnfilcted miseries and disappointed hoDes ?? ,,? fortunately prevalent in the yonng. It ?s\ truth ful adviser to the marrledand thosecontemnlatin. F iveCopies for One Dollar. Mailed, free ofDost ali parts of the United States ndo, *~I*ho8? whi> P'efcr may coaault Dr. LA CROIX upon any of tLe diseases upon which this bpo* treats, either personally or by mall. Medi cine sent to any part af the Union according todl l*ne%7p?sV Alb^y V'y1*1*? KT OMce open dally.ftom 9 a m to ? pm aad ob Sunday from 3 until 5 p ra P m *** try OMce REMOVED from No M h*.?? .. L""' ? IIAUPICKT WARkTnkk WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER AHD DBALBR Iff Pine Witthei, Jewelry, ami Silver Ware. Sill.ng at a *?ry liberal reduction from r?t , 'omatf priett. No 370 Pd. aveuue, betweed 6th and 7th .i.^, (In Brown.' ,P^TFlIRItt A NO COUNTER gtn JT ^fURDOCK'8 PATENT PLATPORM ?Sii ?}?^""itorHcales, of all sizes/for sale.t Jim! ^"^rsprice.by VOGUE A O'NEILL^ Agonu, No. 106 Wjtter st., Qeorgetowa Information for TraTOlara. BY RAILROAD DIRECT T0THEWE8I SMsmmmmm Tim* better,m Washington and Wkfiing but 17i hours! Banning Time between Washington and Cincinnati 27 hours!! TBBO*?n TICKBTS AND SASflASB CBBCIS *0 BB HAD XM WASHINBTOR. The baltimore~and ohio rail ROAD havinggreatly improved Its Western connections, now offera the fullest inducements to Travelers between WASHINGTON. BALTI MORE, and ail portions of the WEST, NORTH WEST, and the SOUTHWEST. The connection between the Trains from Wash ington and the Trains bound West from Balti more Is always promptly made at the Washington Junction flatel jr called the Relay House) 9 mi'es from Baltimore. This is the only change of cars required between Washington and the Ohio river. Baggage is checked through to Wheeling at the Wasmngtcn Station, and recheeked ana trans ferred there, (with the passengers) without charge, for those holding Through Tickets for joints be yond. The connecting trains leave Washington daily at 0 a. m and IX p.m. On Sundays at the later hour onlv. At BEN WOOD, 4 miles from Wheeling, Aired connection is made with the trains of CENTRAL OHIO RAILROAD, running from Bellalr, oa the Ohio, tlirough Cambridge, Zanesville, and Newark, to COLUMBUS. These trains connect at Newark with the cars of theNewark, Mansleid and Sandusky Railroad for Sandusky, Toledo, Detroit. Chicago, t-t. Louis, etc

At COLUMBUS the C O. Railroed trains con nect with the fast tiains of the Little Miami Rail road to Xenia, Cincinnati, Louisville, etc. At XENIA (on Little Miami Railroad)conaectloa is formed with the trains through Dayton,to Indian ajtolis, Terre Haute, Lafayette, Chicago, Rock Island, St. Louis, Carlo, etc Passengers holding Through Tickets for Memykii, Vicksburz, Natchez, New Orleans, etc., which are also sold at Washington?are trans ferred at Cincinnati, to the Mall steamers on the Ohio. Tickets for Evansvllle, Carlo, and St. Louis are sold by the river route irir For CLEVELAND, nrd via C'eve'andto nui - T v j *M..vor ?nviv a V.UU1101 liuii with the Cleveland and Pittsburg Railroad is made. Travelers are requested to notice that while this is the only route affording Through Tickets and Checks in Washington, it is a'so the shortest, most speedy, and direct to neany a'l the leading points in the great West. The distance from Washington to Cincinnati Is but 653 miles, being about 100 miles shorter than by any other route! FARB, BY Til ROUGH TICKET, FROM WASHINGTON To Wheeling, 89 50 ; Colum bus, 313 65; Dayton, 815 SO; Cincinnati, 816 OOj Louisville, by ral'road, 818 65, by steamer from Cincinnati, 818 00; lndlanai Oils. 817 50; Cleve land, 812 50; Toledo, 815 60; Detroit, 815 20; Chicago, 82U 65and 819 50; St Louis, 826 50 and 825; Memphis, 826; New Orleans 831, etc. JL7" FOR FREDERICK AND HARPER'S FERRY, MARTINSBURG.CUMBLRLAND, DhKKLEY SPRINGS, BEDFORD SFR IN GS, I'lEDMONT, OAKLAND, and FAIRMONT, assengers may leave Washington at 6 a. m or lj p m. For the minor way stations between Baltimore and Wheeling, take 6 a.m. tr^ln from Washington. t-or trains to and from Baltimore, Annap o is. etc., see special advertisements. 117" F or further information, Through Tickets, etc.. apply to THOMAS H. PARSONS, Agent, at Washington Station. 'AM. S. WOODSIDE, Master of Transportation, March 1?tf H. M <> Railroad. Baillinor*, THE NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL fSflL UNITED STATES >M?a Att&MAIL STEAMERS.2ftftl& M1E SHIPS COMPRISING THIS LINK - are the ATLANTIC Capt. Eldrldge. BALTIC Capt. Comstock ADRIATIC Capt. Jas. West ThesesLlps having been built by contract ex pressly for government service, every care has been taken in their construction, as also in theii engines,to Insure strength andspeed; and their accommodations for passengers are unequaled for elegance and comfort Price of passage from New York to Llverpoo. in first cabin, 8130; in second do., 875. From Liverpool to New York, 30 and 20 guineas An experienced surgeon attached to each ship. No berths can br secured until paid for. The ships of this line have Improved water-tight bulk beads, and to avoid danger from ice will not cross the Banks north of 42 degrees, until after the 1st of August. rSOFOSKD DATBS Of S A I LI . FremNtwYork. From Ltotrfool. 1*56. 1856. Saturday Apr. 26 Wednesday.... May 14 Saturday May 10 Wednesday....May 2b Saturday May 21 Wednesday....June 11 Saturday .......June 7 Wednesday.... June 25 Saturday June21 Wednesday....July 9 Saturday July 5 Wednesday....July 23 Saturday ..July 19 Wednesday....Aug. 6 Saturday Aug. 2 Wednesday....Aug. 20 Saturday....... Aug 16 Wednesday....Sept. 3 Saturday Aug. 30 Wednesday....Sept, 17 Saturday Sept. 13 Wednesday ....Oct. 1 Saturday Sept. 27 Wednesday ....Oct. 15 Saturday Oct 11 Wednesday ....Oct, 29 Saturday Oct.25 Wednesday....Nov. IV Saturday Nov. 8 Wednesday....Nov. 26 Saturday Nov. 22 W ednesday..,.Dec. 10 Saturday Dec 6 Wednesday ....Dec. 24 Saturday .......Dec. 20 For freight or passage apply to .EDWARD K. COLLINS A CO., 56 Wall street, New York. BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO., Liverpool. STEPHEN KENNARD * CO., ?7 Austin Friars, London B G. WAIN WRIGHT * CO., Paris. The owners of these ships will not be account able for gold, silver, bullion, specie,Jewelry, pre cious stones, or metals, unless bills of lading are signed therefor, and the value thereof expressed therein. m 1-tr uRANOS A ALEXANDRIA RA'LROAD Groat Southern Mail Lino I SJ- TWICE DAILY (SUNDAY NIGHTS EXCEPTED) Between Washington City and the South! VIA: ALEXANDRIA, ? ORDONSVILLE, RICHMOND, DAN VILLE GREENSBOROUGH,N. C. AND DAILY TO Till VIRGINIA SPRINGS. Leave Washington at 6 o'clock, A M Leave Washington at 7 " P.M. Leave Alexandria at 7 " A.M. Leave Alexandra at 8 " P M. Travellers will find the Morning Line in con nection with the Virginia Central Railroad, the Cheapest, most Pleasant and Fxpedltlous Ruote to THE VIRGINIA SPRINGS, Greenbrier White Sulphur and Fauquier White Sulphur, Warm, Hot. Alum and Capon Springs, Weir's Cave, Natural Bridge, Lexington, Ac OMNIBUSES and BAG8AGE WAGONS will be at Ihe Washington Railroad Depot to con vey PASSENGERS and BAGGAGE, Free of Ckargt, to STEAMER GEORGE - . ?JT? a. PAGE, for ALEXANDRIA, a dls-JHpfiHfihi anec of sir miles.allowing ample time for Fare from Washington to Richmond 83 SO Fare " Danville II 00 Fare " ?? Greensborough...l2 00 Tickets procured on the boat. Expedition and Comfort are secured by this Route, as It is a linbot first class bailroab rioM ALEXANDRIA TO DANVILLE THROUGH PASSENGERSand BAGGAGE carried without ooat to the Depot of the Petersburg Railroad JAMES A. EVANS, se 1 Agent, Alexandria, Vs. MARKER'S FERRY, a Via Chesapeake f Hh Ohio Cunal. (00 THROUGH IN TWELVE HOURS! HE NEW AND SPLENDID PACKET BOAT ARGO, Capt. Chii. H. Merrill, will commence making Regular Trtpt between GEORGETOWN and the above Point, on Mon day. March 27th, 1856. The Boat will leave the wharf of W. H. A H. ? Hitter. Georgetown, D. C-, every Mondav, Wed nesday, and Friday morning, at 6 o'clock Returning, she will leave Harper's Ferry every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturaay morning, at o'clock. Tbreagh Tickets, 82.2*. To Letsburg 81 02)f, tKc/ndtfiff the Stage from Edwards' Ferry Families Intending to vlsltthe Virginia Springs the coming season will find this by far the moat safe, pleasant, and cheapest route to Berkeley Capon, Shanondale, White Sulphur and Warren. Meals served on board at moderate ratss. A coach will always be in readiness in George town to convey paasengersto and from the Bo^t. Far further particulars Inquire at the store ol W. H. A H. G. RITTER, Georgetown, and JOHN V. AVIS, Jr i Harper's Ferry, Va. mar 18?tf WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. T i 1HAFI6B OF HOURS.?Oa and after Mta VV day, the 23d instant, the Trains will Leave Washlagtoa at 6 and 0* a. as., aad I and P- m. Ob Suaday at 4# a. as. Leave Baltimore at 4* aad Sjf a. as., aad 1 tad ?* P ? Oa Sunday at (M *? a? W-tr W. m. rARSONS, Afeat. Miscellaneous. Proposals for farnichiag the Paper for the Pahlic Printing Orriei Sr??*T5Tin?u?T Peine Piistiks. Washington, October t. 1856. IN PURSUANCE OF THE PROVISIONS of the 14 Art to provide for executing the public printing.'' Ac., approved AugustM. 1854, sealed proposals will be received nt this office, In the Capitol, until the ftrat Monday (Istday) ofDe cember next, nt twelve o'clock, m.forfurnlahlnff the paper that may be required for the public printing for the year commencing on the fit dav of December. 1W, and ending on the 1st day of December, 1857. The subjoined list specifies, as nearlv as can he ascertained. the quantity, quality, and descrip tion of each kind of paper that will be required: Class I. 10.000 reams fne printing paper, uncalendered, to measure 24 bv 38 inches, and to weigh forty-Ire pounds to the ream (f s heels Class U. 4,POO reams ftne printing paper, calendered, to measure 84 by 30 Inches, and to weigh fify-siz pounds to the ream of 4!*) sheets. Class III. 5,0(0 reams supciflne sized and calendered, printing paper,te measure*4 by S8Inches, and to wel?h fifty-two pounds to the ream of 480 sheets. Class IV. ( 300 reams superfine bard-slzed and cslendered printing paper, to measure 44 by 33 lnche*, and to weigh forty-eight pounds to tbs ream of 480 oh sets. Class V. 1,000 reams superfine sized and calendered map paper of such sizes as may be required, corresponding In weight with paper measuring 10 by 24 Inches and weighing twenty pounds per ream of 460sheets. Class VI. 400 reanes auperAne plate paper, (calendered or uncalendered, as may be required,) 10 by 24 Inches, and of such weight as may be required. The fibre of the paper of each of the above classes to be of linen and cotton, free from all adulteration with mineral or other substances, of a fair whiteness, and put up In quires of twenty four sheets each, and In bundles of two reams each, each ream to contain 480 perfect sheets Uniformity In color, thickness, and weight will be required; and no bundle (ezcluslvs of wrap pers) varying over or under five per ccnt from the standard weight will be received, and the gross weight will In all cases be required Mlz lng of various thicknesses In the same bundle to make up the weight will be considered a viola tion of the contract. Class VII. No. 1?1,500 reams quarto post writing paper No. 2?2,000 44 fls'cap 44 No. 3? 50ii ? demy 44 " No. 4 - 8,00U 44 folio post 44 44 No. 5? 500 " medium 44 " No. 6? 50 44 royal 44 44 No 7? 50 44 supeiroyal 44 44 No. *? 50 ?' Imperial 44 44 No 0? 100 4' colored medium, (assorted ) Class VIII No. 1?5,(HOreams writing paper, 10 by 48 Inches to weigh twenty-eight pounds per ream. No. 4?3,100 reams writing paper, 18 by45 Inches, to weigh twentv-slz pounds per ream. No. 3?100 reams writing paper, 18 by 42 Inches, to weigh twenty-feur pounds per ream No 4?310 reams writing paper, 18 by 18 Inches, to weigh twenty-two pounds per ream No. 5?400 reams writing paper, 12 bv 18 Inches, to weigh twelve pounds per ream. All the papers designated In classes 7 and 8 are to be made of the best materials, free irom adul teration, and finished In the best manner The papers In class 7 are to be white or blue, of the regular standard sizes of the respective klnd?, and of such weights as may be required by this office ; those In class 8 are to be white, and of the sizes and weights specified In the schedule The right Is reserved of ordering a greater or less quantity of each and every kind contracted for, at such times and In such quantities as the public service may require. Ea~h class will be considered separa'ely, and be subject to a separate contract; but bidders may offer for one or more of the classes In the same proposal; and the privilege Is reserved of requir ing a bidder who may have more than one class assigned him to take all such classes, or forfeit his right to any class. Samples (not less than one quire) of each kind of paper bid for, and but one tample for tack kind, must accompany each bid; and, In classes 7 and 8, be numbered to correspond with the number of the paper proposed for in the schedule and, In the first siz classes, to be properly desig nated on the sample, or It will not be considered All proposals and samples must be transml.ted to this office free of postage or other ezpense Each proposal must be signed by the individual or firm making it, and must specify the price per pound (and but one price for each) of eveiv Uad of paper con?alned In the class proposed for All the paper In the several classes must be de livered at such place or places as may be desig nated in Washington city, In good order, free of all and every eztra charge or ezpense, and subj k,1 to tbs inspection, count, welgnt, and measure meat of the Superintendent, and b^ In all respects satisfactory. Blank forms for proposals will be furnished at this office to persons applying for them; and none will be taken Into consideration unless substanti ally agreeing therewith Bonds, with approved securities, will be re quired; and the supplying of an inferior article in any of the classes, or a failure to supply tke quantity required at any time, will be considered a violation of the contract. Each bidder Is required to furnish with his pro posals satisfactory evldenoe of his ability tosze cute them; and proposal s unaccompanied by t?ch evidence will be rejected. The proposals will be opened In the manner re quired oy law "on the first Tuesday after the first Monday In December" nezt, (4d,) at 10 o'clock, a. m , at the office of the Superintendent. Proposals will be addressed to the ?'Superinten dent of the Public Printing, Capitol of the United States, Washington," and endorsed "Proposals for supplying Paper." A G SEAMAN. Superintendent of the Peblle Printing, oc l-2aw9w Proposals for Erecting a Marine Hospital at New Orleans. Louisiana. Trsascet Dkpartmcst. Sept 37,1856 kj E A L E 1> PROPOSALS WILL BE KE celved at this department until the 26th day of November, A. D 1856, at 12 o'clock at noon, for the construction of the New Orleans marine hos pital according to the plans and speclficatllns pre pared at this department; said proposals to be either for the whole building, or separate for the different kinds of work; bills of paresis should accompany each bid, with the amount of each kind of werk, and the total amount carried out; the department reserving the right to reject or ac cept the proposals hereby Invited, or any patts thereof, when It deems the Interest of the United States requites It; the department also reserves the right to exclude the bids cf any person or per sons whom there is just cause to oelleve will not faithfully perform the contracts, or which they have attempted to obtain by Indirection ; and all 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 tor the work. Bids wl 1 be received In gross, at the option of the bidders; but no contract will be awarded to such bidders until details are furnished the depart ment of the prices of the different kinds cf work ? nd 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 wnk to guide the department in making pay ments. Ninety per cent, of the amount of work done and materials delivered, according to contract price, [said amount to be ascertained by the estl mate of an agent of the department, appointed for that purpose,J will be paid from time to time, as the work progresses, and ten per cent retained until the compie'lon of the contract, and accept ance of the work, Ac , by the agent aforesaid, and be forfeited In the event of non-fulfilment of contract Contracts will be awarded only to master build ers and mechanics, and the assignment 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 by two responsible persons, (certified to be so by the United States district judge or attorney of tne said district,) in the sum of *25,000, for the whole work, srofa prr portion ate amount If for any part, that the bidder will when required. If h<s proposal be accepted, enter Into a contract and bona, with proper and suf tlclent securities for Its faithful performance. Plans, specifications, and working drawings can be ezamlned after ten days, and other In formation obtained on application to the depart ment Proposals will at the same time be reoeived for a building similar to that called for by the specl fl-ations, ezcept that the main or ezterior walls will be constructed of an iron veneering, upon Iron frames filled In with some non-conducting substance, thns 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 f?stenlng the vertical and horizontal frames composing the walls; of filling them; of the style of ornamentation, Ac Persons may submit plans for an Iron building, of an equal or smaler size than^at called for by the specifications, thoigh conforming generally to the shape and plan. The propoosals must be sent to this department, addressed to the Secretary of the Treasury, (endorsed 14 Proposals for the New Orleans marine lospltal ") and will be opened at 1 o'clock, p m , of the last day named for reoelvlng the same, In thepwsenoeofthe bidders, If any choose to sttend. JAMES WUTHK1E, se 4w-4awfi0d Secretary of the' o Miscellaneous. U?l?ed Rutfi Patent Office, ? Washington. October 7. IW. f ,N THE PETITION OF JOHN V SHER wood, of Fort Edward, New York, praying for the extension of a patent granted to aim on the 17th of December. 1W2, for sn Improvement In door locks. for wn r?<ini frc* the expiration of mid patent, which taken place oa the 17th of December, I8SS : It la ordered, that the aald petition be heard at the Patent Oflce oa Thursday.the llthof Deneac ber next, at 12 o'clock m ; and all persons are no ? tl fled to appear and ahow cause. if any they hare, whv said petition ought not to be granted Person* opposing the extension are required to He In the Patent OAce their objections, specially aet forth In writing, at leant tweatv days before the day of hearing ; all testimony filed by either party to beused at (be said hearing must be taken and transmitted In accordance with the rales of the oflee. which will be furnished on application The testimony in the cane will be f lowed oa the 1st dav of December ; depositions and other pa pers relied upon as testimony must be filed In the othre on or before the morning of that day; the ar guments, If any. within ten days thereafter. Ordered, also, that this notice be published In the Union, Intelllgenrerand KvenlngSCar, Wash ington. D C ; Republican. Ilaltlmore. Maryland; Pennsylvania!, Philadelphia, Pa ; Day Book, New York. New York; and Poat. Boston, Ms?s ; once a week for three successive weeks previous to the 2lth day of Sertember neat, the day of hearing. CHARLES MASON, Commissioner of Patents. P. * ?Editors of the above papers will please copy, and send their bills to the Patent Oftce, with a paper containing this notice. oc 8?law3w HATI! HATS! CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL " ' supply of BF.EBE'S NEW YORK STYLES. tegether with TAYLOR'S HATS, of BALTI MORE The best black dress HATS got up In the latest style for S3 50. as good as those usually sold at Mj and a good fashion able Hat at S3, worth *4; and a first-rate Hat, S2 *1 The best materials and the best workn anshln Is employed to produce a S5 Hat, which Is sold for S3 50. We do a cash business, meet with no los ses, but glee each customer full value for his money. Felt Hats unusually low. N H Agent for Drlseo'.l's Halm of a Thousand Flowers Price 25 cents per bottle ANTHONY, 7th street, near Pa ayenue. Agent for a New York Hat Compaay. se 2IU tf IRON HALL BOOT SHOE AND TRUNK ESTABLISH n EKT. RECEIVING DAILY MY FALL AND winter styles of Ladies, Gen (lemon'i Mls?e*. Children, Boys' A Y uths'Boots and Shoes, of all _ 1 kind* and quail ~ ties 1 hose In' want will do wt 11 to call and exam ine my stock be fore purchasing elsewhere, at 8 IV HOOVER S Ircn Hali Boot and Shoe Establishment, Fenn. ayenue, bet 9th and 10th streets A large assortment of Vole I.eather Trunk*, also leather and Wood Frame. Lad's Hat Cases, new styles. MM UREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF BOOTS AlfD GAITEBS I HAVE ON COMMISSION, FOR A PHIL adelphla manu facturer, a fir* rate Sewed or Pegged Calf-Skin BOOT at S3 62. full as good w those usually sold at S5 or S6; a-d a French Calf Patent Leather GAITER at S3 5<s, as good as any at S5; a first rate Calf Galterat S2 50, these are the best goods that Is (or ever were) sold In the District for the price; for the f?roof, eome and see or yourself. Terms positively cash. No extra tyofit charged to offset bad acbts. Call at the NEW YOkK HAT STORE, Seventa street, near Pennsylvania avenue, m24 tf ANTHONY , Agent TO ALL THAT VALUE THEIR FIGHT ISHES TO CALL THE ATTENTION to all that suffer with defective sleht, caused by age, sickness, and particularly from glasses Injudiciously selected, to his su'perlcr SPECTACLES and GLASSES carefully ground by himself to a true spherical accuracy, and bril liant transparency, suited precisely and benefi cially to the wearer according to the concavity or convexity of the eye. Very numerous ate the 111 effects caused to tne precious organ of sight from the commencement of using glasses In not betng precisely suited, by the use of an Optomtttr; and the practice of many years enables him to meas ure the focal disease of the eyes, and such glass es that are absolately reaulred will be 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 yet availed themselves of his aid. Persons that cannot conveniently call, by send ing the glasses in use, and state how many Inch es they can read thla print with their apeetacles, can be supplied with suck as will lmpiove thslr sight. Innumerable testimonials to b? seen ; and ref erences given to many who have derived the greatest ease and comfort from his glasses. Circulars to be had gratis, at hlsofice, No. 512 SEVENTH STREET, thru do**, from Odd FtllowM1 Hall, vr syairs. NoaroLK, September7, 1>i54. Sir?The Spectacles yoti made for me suit very well, and seem to have Improved my sight men# than any other 1 have lately tried L1TT. W. TAZEWELL 1 have tried a pair of Spectacles obtained from Mr. Tobias, and find them of great assistance to my sight, and correspondingrlth his description of the focus. 1 recommend him as a skillful op ticlan. HENRY A. WISE. Having be<en induced by a friend to vlaltthe es tablishment of Mr Tobias for the purpose of try ing his glasses, I was furnished ov him with a pair slightly colored Hue, which nave afforded me more relief and gratification than any 1 have ever tried. My sight, originally very good, was Injured by writing and reading at night, fre quently to ? very late hour; but with the aid of these glasses I can study almost as late as aver, and that too without the pain I have previously suffered. JOHN WILSON I*ate Commissioner Gtn'l Land Ofloe. December 11, ib#5. I have used Mr Tobias's Spectacles for three or four months, and take great pleasure In sav ing that 1 am much pleas<3 with them. I have been much benefitted by them May5th,I6M< GEOR P SCARBVRSB. I was recommended to Mr John Tobias as a skillful 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 measurement, and he his made me a pair of Spectacles that suits me ad mirably. A. P. BUTLER. July 11,1856. WILM ins ton , N. C., Jan 27, 1854 Mr. J. Tobias: Dear Sir?1 am happy to aay that the Spectacles which I obtained from you last week are entirely satisfactory. From an Inequal ity In the visual range of mv eyes, I have bereto fo ind great dlfllculty In getting glasses of the proper focal distance It affords me pleasure to state that, by the aid of your optometer, this diB culty has been happily obviated so that the glasses you furnished me are dec dedly the best adapted to my eyes of any 1 have ever yet used Very respectfully, yours, R B DRANE, Rector of St James' Parish Dbfabtmbnt of Intbkiok, May7, 1*55 From natural defects and the unequal range of my eyes, 1 have been compelled to use glasses for several years. I have tried different opticians without obtaining glasses perfectly fitted to my eyes. Four months since Mr. Tobias made two pairs especially for me, which 1 have found to serve me perfectly. By the use of his optometer he is enabled to adapt Glasses minutely to the eye. I most cheerfully recommend Mr. Tobias to all having occaslsn to use glasses and bear my testi mony as to his aklll as an optician. HENRY E BALDWIN, Assist Sec'y to sign Land Warrants P. S ? OPERA GLASSES of great variety, TELESCOPES A MICROSCOPES, WATCH M AKER G LASSES, and many other articles in this line at very low prices constantly on hand lju-iy NKW KAIS1NS, UK\NBKKHIES, Ac ? Received this diay, In handsome order N?w Raisins, Cranberries. Malaga Lemons. Prince * papn-shelled Almonds, by KING A BURCHELL, oc 7 Corner of V enaont ave and 15th street L. J. MIU0LITOII, DEALER I H ICS. O^tca a?d Oapsi?Southwest cornet of F asd Twelfth streets M *7 if