Newspaper of Evening Star, November 11, 1856, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated November 11, 1856 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. pr The poetical gun below we And In a late ?amber of the lmulltg*nc4r. In Its author will be recognised a gentleman who has a wide circle ef friends and admirer* In this city. I'D FIWD MI A GRAVE at LIITT. THOMAS WILSOX, 0. S A. I'll make me a home, says the sailor lad, In the ship, as she ride* the wave; I'll langh when the ocean's rating mad, IM smile when the tempests rave l^et the winds rave on, let the blarkskle* frown, Por what care I how it be ? When the vessels a wreek I'll go down, down, down, And find m- a grave In the sea. 1 '11 make me a home, says the soldier brave. Amid battle and gory tgM; When the eagles In triumph above ma wave, 1 will shout with a mad delight I could die so well on the battle-Beld, My ahroud of the star-tlig's fold , On the spot where the trumpets of victory peal d, 1 'd find m*3 a grave with the bold. 1 with not a home 'mid the battle's tide, Nor a life on the briny s?a. Bat I'll settle me down at my owa fireslds, With her who Is all to me 1 wish not a death in the battle s strife, Nor a tomb in the ooeaa s foam, flat I'd lad, when ray heart beats its last In life, A grave near my boyhood's home arrivals atthe principal HOTELS %V? II t?rds' Hotel?J. C. A H A WILLARD J Townsend, Va J Kob-on A ly, b Pease, O K Morlev A ly, N V J C Ilooper, NJ MP Curray, UT ?1 Langdon A ly, Mich C L Sherman, Tex J K Paune A sou, NY A J Melllss A ly, Va E Bhaster, Va A B Low, NH C ftl B robes, Can W B Rlghtor, Ky 1> J Patterson, do J A Corwin.u li J ones A son, Va I:! Tblband A ly, N t W P Allen, Nd 1. Forman A ly, do <3 W Corning, Co Mr Cunnluxhaiu, ly, A F Hawkins, Md 2 ?ervt, BC Hon J CadwaladerA ly. Miss Cunningham, do Miss Cadwalader. M Cauter, Paris, ? G Onshman, do l>r Palmer. NY J V Fowler, NY T Lea man * ly, do W H Winder, Pa E C Doran, USN ti H Richardson, Va AH Clshon.S'' VV H Kand, Pa Mrs H Chluobij, do J H l>awson A ly, Fla Miss Gervard, do W G Stales by. Can G Richards, N Y W G Porter, Pia M Price A ly, N V Browns' Hotel.? T. p. 1 *. browb. B Blanfard, Md A E Beard, N Y Mrs Grunhosr, Cal A & Forman, do t' Leonard A ly. Md U VV Hoover, G J Wallace, NY J Bbowaker, T Mlddieton, 9C W V Bowllug, Md C U W'on.l ?rlick, do Dr Calston A fam, Va tl Rand, Cal E Faulkner. Va W Berry, Md E Wormley, Md A L Myers, NY G Lombard. Ill D Strother. Va ? Capt Hopping, N Miss Wolf, do R Clagett, Md 1) Henderson, do T Cro<s, d> H Needly A fy, Pa NatiouRl Hotel.?vv. ear. L Posey, Md W Downer A ly, NY 8 Puller, NY W l.lppltt A lr, NC B Va l)r Sum, Md M Cornell, Md Mr A Mrs Br Iceland, Cal R L?gget, J Chambers.U W Legget, Mrs Chambers, do G Habson, Va T Bruce do R Cunningham, do H M Sanders, Md G McCu.lotigh, Md J Banders, do R Me'.ane, do L Smith A ly, Pa J Davall, do Kirkwoul llssse,?J. li, g kirkwoob. A W Thomas, Mo W Bishop. La B Thomis, do R Bligs, do A Dressier, Ind J Don**, Md ? Spender, Md J Drydon, Fla R Drandrlge, NC W Rogers. Md L P Nash. NY JP Durfey, do E Latwis, Brsruai A Marshall, Va Carl Tall, Md J W Bate*, Pa MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. ??o?rm V SIT SB STATBS. N.m #. Lsees f Per Day. Asia New Vork....Liverpool ...Nov. li Kangaroo...Philadelphia Liverpool Nov 13 Kdlabarg New York....Glasgow Nov 15 Pulton New York Havre Nov. is Canada Boston ....... LI verpooi.,,. Nov 18 Adriatlo New York.... Liver pool Nov 22 Europe New Y rk.... Liverpool ..Nov 26 Washington. New York Uremsn Nov SB New Yorfc ..New York-...G.a-gow Nov 29 /SOSBVROP*. ? an^arx) Liverpool Phllidelphla Oct 22 Pnltoa Havre New York .. Oct 29 New York. ..Glasgow New York....Oct.SU Baltic ulverpool....Nfw York ... Oct 2V Euro pa Liverpool New York ...Nov, l Washington . Bremen New York .. .Nov 1 Tne ai'.formasteamers leave New York on the #tt and 2fcih of each month. E T1 O1 CABINET FLRNITCRE. M WISHT, MAN U FACTU HKK AND deaier,respectfully invl-es attention tohlss'ockof Sofas, Bureaus, Wardrob-s, Bw>|. cases, Bedsteads, Chairs, Ac , of superb style aad llnlsh Iron Bedsteads and Iron Warse of great variety Mat ressea, Bed Cov ers manufactured to order. He would call the attention of House keepers to Ala supply of Chamber Seta. Everything la tie rtou?e-furnlsblng line coo ecantly on band, and warranted to wt-ar weil For sale at the lowest cash price* E M WIGHT, oov I- No. 57 La ave , bet 6th and 7th sta A NEW COACH K ACTOR V, ON TWELFTH STREET. 'HK I'NDKRilUNtD HAVING RKCKNT* ly opened a Coarh Factory at MJ 12th street, south of Penn avenue, ykBSZ. would reep-ct/uLiy announce io the pubilcTuat he Is prepared to mannfacrure or repair all kinds of Coa be*, Carrlagca, and Ugh: Wagons, on th? moet teasonsbie terms, and In the best minaer Those desiring a good Cvr'age, oi to have repair ing well and promptly done o'a low prl>e are earnestly required to 1 oiler such induce xtients as cannot f'111 ? please All work guaranteed to ^ Ive perfect aatl?factit?;. ^ce27-lm THOMAS j QaRDNKK XIEOiCaL CAHi>. lR H PLRABEAU, GERMAN HOMEO " pathU* piivsiclan, has the honor to otfer Ms ?wrvicea to the Inhabits :u of Washington aa i vicinity OAce and K~slder.ce on 1 street, No lod, be tween 20th and 2L?t streets B ?Homeopathic madlclnee for sale, wulch the Doctor prepares hlinself with the greatest eare, For Fever and Ague, for BUoue and'Brwei ooicplalnts, Ac , Ae. M lj^DIFAL U?'Ott WOOD .?< THERA. IvJ. peatlra and Pharmacology, 2 vols: Just pub llshou Wood s Practice of Medicine, a vols; last edltloa Wood and Bache s V S Dispen satory; last edition Watsoa s Practice of Phv alc; new edldon W-lsoa's Human Aratoiny new edition. K?*noard's History of Medldue? \ I?!i.Nelll ai d Smith's Compendium of Madiclne; new edition. Duogllsou s Human Phyalology, 2 eils; ae* edltlju DrulttS Mcd enj Surgery; n*w adttloe With a number of **ter standam medicai works. For sale at Dab llshers- prices. FRANCE TAYLOR. DK. OFPKIE'S WE>1EOIKA W effect lai eure for Eiternal or Internal PILw ?altrh-oTi. Ring-Worm, Ac. They are unrlval' led for purifying the blood ?0 cents ner box t>Mr? yn Nassau street. New York Will be s*nt by mall. .^0^?eleb1rFOR1, * ?*0 , corner of 11th st. and Penn. avenue oc 2( a SMiyin, AlaTe aT mv PKK M^N'I>KED-POR of the best select fruit ?rowth HVKHOIt'KKN ti?10,0HS AMENTA L J5 ,i ' i ade, and p atn r trkh^ JOBUUA PH1ROR CRYING DOLLS. KID OOLlTTmTTTI R .bber Dolls. China Do Is, P^ iTVu Cloth Dolls, I oil Heads and Arms, l)5ll Uod^' -Ac atMcLAUGHLIN A Co's neW?tore niT? nai. si. e. hahvet7~ (9*?css?oa toJamcs P. Habvbt, diciaiso ? UNDERTAKER, to 416 S*t*ntk strut, tmtna u and H BEG2 LEAVE TO INFORM THE PUBLIC that she has in her employ the , same persons that were formerlvy.^ In the establish m??nt. who are fully ta** ndertaklng Business: V* will be given to call/ day or night, as heretofore m 19 flm PLAT P'lRrt AND < Ol^TCH Ml At va MUK DOCK'S PATENT PLvA oRM fSn Co unter Scales, of ail sla^ Yor saVe .^^f Bacturers prices by BOGL'K A O'Skf jst a^ts. v, ??ND-HA?D PIANOS FIVK l??V Information for TraTQloro. BY RAILROAD DIBBCT TO TH* WEST. 'Awm Utvn Waskmxton aiul WktMtng bvt ITi hour3 ! Running Tim* between WatMngton and Cincinnati 97 hour?!! titoie* tIck.t.,0 " HAD III WASHIHSTOW. Tdu HAIifAND OHIO KAIL ROAD having greatly Improved Its Western ,tiDn, now oilers the fullest Inducements to TravtUXt^tween WASHINGTON, BALTI MORE and all portions of the WEST, NORTH. WEST! and the SOUTHWEST. The connection between the Trains from Wash ington and the Trains bound West from Haiti more la always promptly made at the Washington junction (lately called the Relay House) 9 mi'es from Baltimore. ThlB is the only change of cars required between Washington and the Ohio river. Baggage Is checked througti to Wheeling at the Washington Station, and rechecked and trans ferred there, (with the passengers) without charge, for those holding Through 'rickets for points be Cid. The connecting Trains leave Washington lyatOa. mand4# p. m. On Sundays at the later hour onlv. At BEN W OOD, 4 miles from Wheeling, dired connection Is made with the trains of CENTRAL OHIO RAILROAD, running from Bellalr, ob the Ohio, through Cainhrldge, Zanesvllle, and Newark, to COLUMBUS. These trains connect at Newark wlthths cars of IheNewarfc, Mausleld and riandntky Railroad for Sandusky, Toledo, Detroit. Cnlcago. St ljOUls,cte AtCOLVMBUS the C O Railroad trains con nect with the fast tialna or tha Little Miami Rail rou/i to Xeaia, Claclnnatl, Louisville, etc. At JLEN1A (on Little Miami Railroad) connection la formed with the trains through Dayton,to Indian apolis, Terte Hiuw, Lafayette, Chicago, Rock Island, St. Louis, Carlo, etc lf"^ Passengers holding Through Tickets for Memphis, I'ukitntrg, Naicnet, jWcto Orleatii, etc., which are also sold at Washington -are trans ferred at Cincinnati, to the Mali steamers on the Ohio. Tickets for Evansville, Carlo, and St. Louis are sold by tiie river route |C7* For CLEV KLANU, and via Cleveland to To edo, Detroit, Chicago, etc , tickets are sold, when the Ohio is navigable between Whee lng and Wellsvtile (forty mile*) wt.ere a connection wit', the Cieveand and Pittsburg Railroad is made. Travelers are requested to notice that while this it the on'v route affording Through Tickets and Che ks lu Washington, It Is a>?ro the shortest, most speedy, and dire-t to near va'l the lending point* in the great West. The distance from W asnlne tor. to Cincinnati l* but *>53 uil'ea, being about loo iitlios shorter than by any other rente! F ARK. BY THROUGH TICKET, PK< >M W \SH I VtJ'P : - To Wheeling, *tf 50: Colum bus, *13 05; Dayton, 815 50; Cincinnati, *16 00; Louisville, by ra'J road, *18 ti5. by steamer from Cincinnati, $18 Ob; Indiana-oils, ?17 $0; Cleve land, Sl'2 50; Toledo, HI5HI; Detroit, *15 '?0; Chicago, 8*0 65and Sly 50; St Louis, ?'2? 50 and *?.45: Memphis, *J0; Now Orleans *31, etc. jrr-FOR FREDERICK ANl> H ARFKH 'S FERRY, MARTINSBURG. CUMBER LAND, BKRKLEY SPRINGS, BEDPOK DSPR I NGS, PIEDMONT, OAKLAND, and FAIRMONT, passengers may leave W ashington at tf a. m. or It p. m. For the minor way stations between Baltimore and Whe ling, take 6 a m. train from Washington. ILT I-or trains to and from Ba'tlmore, Annap olis, etc., see special advertisements. For furtiier Information, Through Tickets, ei .apply to THOMAS H. PARSONS, Agmt, at Washington Station. AM. S. WOODS IDE, Master of Traus|>orlaUon, *'r ?" ' " K. It O ilflirr.xl. llaltluBors* FO K H USER'S F *. K R V, ?sassa THROUGH IN TWELVE HOURS! 'IltlE NEW AND SPLENDID PACKET i- BOAT AUUO, Capt. Chu. H. Msrkill, will commence making Regular Trips between GEORGETOWN and the above Point, on Mon day, March 27th, 1856. The Boat will leave the wharf of iV.H.tH 9 Rltter, Georgetown, DC, e*ery Monday, Wed aesdny, and Frlday morning, at ? o'clocs Returning, she will leave Harper'a Ferry every Tuesday,Thursday and Saturday morning,at o'clock. Tbrtugh Tickets, Ts Lusburg gl 6'2)f, including tkt Stag? frtm Edwardi* Firry Families Intending to vlsitthe Virgin la Spring* thecomlnz season will find this by far the molt ?nfe, pleasant, and cheapest route to Berkeley Capon, Shanondale, White Sulphur and Warren. Meals s?^vrd on board at moderate rates. A coach will always be in readiness in George town to eanvey p&st<en?or>to Bnd from tho Boat Fsr further particulars Inquire at the store of W. H A H. 6. RITTBR, Georgetown, and JOH^ V AVIS, Jr, Harper's Feny, Va. mar 18?tf THE HEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL" UNITED STATES HAIL STEAUEKSi ?nHE SHIP.** COMPRISING THIS LINK n. are the ATLANTIC Capt Eidrldge. dAL TIC Capl Comstock, ADRIATIC Capt. J as West. These shins having l>een butlt by contract ex presslj for Government service, every care has been talsen In their construction, as aI?o In their Insure strength and speed; and theli ac-comtnodHiioRsfr.r paswngcrs ate uueqfttol for elegance and eomfirt Price of pa?sag-? irom New Y ork to Livetpool In arst cabin, *rJ0: in second do., *75. From Liverpool to N-w York, M and ?0guineas. An eiperiencod surgeon atu bed to each ship. No berths can be secured until paid for. The ships of thb? line have Improved water-tight bulk h'^ads, and to a?oid dh iger from Ice will notcross the Banks noUn ci 4^degrc*Ca, uutll a^ter the 1st tfAu^Oftt. Fsofo<ao ry uiUNi, #r#M A'sw >??* 1 i*itftii, ^ ^ 1-M. Saturday ..Apr Wednesday....May H Saturday May lo Wedne?day....May 'as Saturday YlayW4 Wednesday.... J une 11 Saturday June 7 Wednesday.... J une 'i5 Saturday Wednesday.... J uly y Saturday July 5 Wednesday....July S3 Saturday ...JulylM Wed>ie*day....Aug, B Saturday....... Aug. u Wednesday.... Aug *21) Saturda/ Aug lt> Wednesday....Sept. 3 Saturday... ...Aug. 30 Wednesday....Sept 1/ Saturday Sept is Wednesday ....Oct, 1 Saturday ......Sept- 27 Wednesday ....Oct Saturday ..Lot II Wein^-day ....Oot V!y Saturday........Oct. 23 vVednesday....Nov. l'J Saturday Nov. ri Wedu ??sday....Nov. '26 Saturday Nov. 22 \v edne<dav....Dee. 10 Saturday .......De<- n vv tJnesd ?y ....Dec '.'t Saturday Dec t ci Height or passive apply to JED WARD h OOI.L1NSA CO., W Wall stieet, New Yorlt 1jRO W N , SKIPLK V A U(>., /.Iverpool STEPHEN KENNAKD A CO., i Am,la rilars, London. B G . WAIN WR1MHT ft CO., ParH. The owners of these ship* will not be account able for gold, silver, buliion, sper te,Jewelry, pre cious stones, or mostula, unlrv-s bllla of ladinu are signed theicfor.aud tho ?aiue u-Teof exr>reU, d mi-tr OHAJOE & ALKXANDKIA RAILROAD. fiTI Or oat bouthftrn Mall Llna ! V WICK DAILY -il %30HUAr UlUHTS EXCEPTED) ^luhiugtuii Cii? and the Sooth! V J A : ALEX ANDRIA, ? <> ailONSVll.LK. RICHMOND, DAN VILLC UKK t NSJiOKOU'Jli, N. O. tit LA II.T TO TUB V I R ?J I N I A SPR I NWS. Leave Wa>*hi!tgU>n at .Oo'clook, A M. l^ive Washington at............7 " P.M. Leave Alexandria at 7 " A.M. Leave Alexandra at H " P M. Travellers will llnd the Morning Line In con nection with the Virginia Central Railroad, ths Cheapest, most Pleasant and t-'xptdltlous Ruoteto THK VIRGINIA SPRINGS. Breenbrier White v-jiphur and Fauquier White Sulphur, Warm, Met. Alum and Capon Snrlngs, Weir's Cave, Naturul Bridge, Lexington, Itc OMNI BUSKS snl BAGGAGE WAGONS wl l V at tne Washington Railroad Depot tocon vev PASSENGERS and BAGGAGE, Fr$$ s/ Cknrgt, to STEAMER OMORGE ^ 1'AUk, for ALEX ANURIA, a dls-3jlESh ? of w\t mllew. allowing ample time for Mea:?. Fsrefroiu Washington to Richmond *5 50 Pare ?? ?? Danville 1100 Far? " ?? Greonsborough...l2 00 Tickets nroouied oa the boat. Expedition and Comfort are aeoured by lkl> Route,asitlaa tmnoy riasv cmsi aaiLaoa* ALEXANDRlA to DANVILLE. THROUGH PASStfN GERM and BAGGAGE tarried without coat to the Depot of tk? Petersburg Railroad. JAMES A. EVANS. ?? 1 Agent, Alszaadrla, Va. * A*^^#TOM BRANCH UA1LKOA1I* (iiuiieK of uoua?.^^^S Mu. J day, the S3d Instant, the Trains will Ww WashingtAn nt * and Bjg a. m., and Sand ^)a Sundny nt 4# p. m. Leave Baltimore at?? and $x n. ?..and I and ?*P? MM Medicines. PILES FIL1I?P1LKB. WE CALL ATTENTION TO ALL WHO arc afflicted with this dreadful complaint to the following sworn oertlfioate from one of our moat respectable cltlaens, the father- In-lawofth proprietor of the ?'Courier des Btas Unla," and formerly gunmaker In Philadelphia: 1 B NiwVou.W i?h Dm Dvprii?Dear Slr-lheieby certify thntl have been affllr ed with the Piles f^or years, that I h*ve used eighteen bottles of B*?? Pile Lotion, end everything else I tould here of, but all to no effect, for they d d me ?"|? ?*? good. About two months s nee, I coremenoed using your remedies for the Piles, a d have the baDDlnesa to say that they have had the deal red effect having cured me I consider tbto. Vi^rs* miracle, fori am eighty years, of .1? Iv reoommood them to all afflicted with the above complaint. r. VALLEE, 71 Franklin st State of New York, i New York City and County. \ i Joseph C. Lawrence, do hereby certify that on {he day of the date hereof, before me personal ly came P. Vallee, to me well known, who, be ing by me duly sworn, did dep^andsaythat the contents oi the foregoing certificate signed by bl{n "wltaeas whereof 1 have subscribed my name, as Commissioner of Deeds and ? a Notarv Public of the Stat* of New York, and have a? tlxed my Notarial Seal at my offlce,ln New \ ork, this 'JOth day of August, 1056. JOSEPH C. LAVVKKNCK, Commissioner of Deed* and Notary Public of the State of New York,?7 Wall stieet, New ^ ork We challenge the Medical Faculty of the Uni ted States to produce a certltlcate equal to tt?e above. Dr. Duprle's Remedies are ne oaly ef fectoal cure for luterual Plica. Only SO cents per b?Otttce?7ti N assau street, New York Wlilb9 seat by mall to any part of the U nlted States For sale by FORD A Ulio corner of Ulfa street and Pa ave, Washington, D. C. o<* <?* THE GREATEST MEDICAL DISCOVERY OV Till* ACrh. Dr. KKNNKi>y.of Koxbnry, ?as discovered In one of our common fastens wnnus a remedy that cures EVERY KIND OF HUMOR; fUM wont lotufIi.a ?own *o a s?*M mon riitfta. He has tried it in over eleven hundred oases, and never failed except In two cases, (both thunder humor ) He has now la his possession over two huumeu certificates of Its vir tue, all within twenty miles of Boston. Two bottles are warranted to oure a nursing Mr* ?outk. one to three bottles will care tae warst klid ef ?maples on the face Two t# three bottles wlU clear the intra af Mica. Tw? battles are warranted te aara fas were aanker in the mouth and stomach. Three to ive bottles are wairaawtf te rtrt tuS worst case of Erysipelas one to two botUes are warraated ta tare all kasaor lathe eves. Two bottles are wart anted vo cure rnaalng o! IkeearBand blotches r.mosg the hair. Four to six boitUis are wairanted to sais aernep: aad running ulcers. One bottle will curc scaly eraptlo* ef the sVla. Two to thTce bottlet are warraated ta care tha worst case of ringworm. Two to three bottles arc wr.rrantei ta e*r* ins Host desperate ca?e of rnetueatlsm. Three to four bottles are warTantad ta ? J tka ?alt rhenss. Flvete eight batilaa win ewe ike %a*?s ?l scrotals. A benefit lc r.lwtyf a>.>tiicaccd fuss the 2rs< kettle, nna a perfect onre"is w?rrail3l wfcea tit above quanta* is u^ea. Reader, 1 reddiri ?v.-,r ,i th&asaad battle* oJ this la the vlel*lt7 of Uoits.i. I Yasw tue eff-rcl *f It la evsrftase. ito3*T6Ji<; rr?:e? will extin guish fire, se rite w'iJh'ils enre bJtww. t nevfi sold a beUl? af It but t-iat *>id another; nf!~r s trial It always e for :Uelf. Tnere are t*s tstags abaat uk herb that i.jpears :o sae snrpr!* lag; first tkstit grews la our panares, ta s?sas *laees gaitspleatual, aad >st lis valae has aever keen kaswa aatil 1 dussrswa It!* IX*?seasatf, that it s'teald uare kind? A ha at*;. la srdai ttiriva ivies: *i i^e ssdfisn rlsi aad great aaauiaxlty <A ike ?;u?ever*, 1 will situ that la April, 1M3,1 ^cdlleU It, aad said ah?at ? hotues fti day?1:. April, lMt, I sold ever l.HI kettles per day of li. Soateef the whsl*sale Uri^glstawho h&vabeea la baslaeas tweaty and thirty yeara, say that ae thlag ia the aaaals ct peient medicines was ever like it. Tkare Is a ualvtrsal praise of it from all ?uartaa. In my owa practice i -^.lvw,a kept it sirlotly far humors?but sixce its intiouuctlcn as a general family medicine, great and wonderful virtues have been found In it that I never buapected Seyeral cases cf epileptic fits?a d!aea*e whlufc was always considered Incurable,have bven cured by a few bottles. O, whRt a mercy If it will prove effectual In all oas- - of that awful malady?there ar? but f?w who have Been more of It than 1 have 1 know of ?everal cane* of Dropsy, all of them Sed people cared bv It. For t he various dlseasei the* Liver, Sick Headume, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Fever aad Ague, Pain Lithe aide, Diseases of tn< Spine, and :jx <il?eases of tne Kid neys, *c , th-J discovery uan done more g;>o?> thar any medicine ever know . No change of diet evet cfcemary -eat tbe best you can gstand enouph of It Dtrstiaoitt for U?*?tduits one table spoonful Br day?Children over te.i aesbert spooa I? Chlldrw from uve to el^bt vear3, tea snooa fui. As no directions can be applicable to til coa stuutlons, take sufflt lent i.?..,^mte on the bowels twice a dav. MiMtfriCTvlItD B T C (Mi A I. il KI..HNKDT, Jfe. KU Warn* strut Hoibury, M+*t. Paica, On * Doll&h. Wholesale A pent*.?New York City, O. V CLICKNEK, tl baxclay street; C. kf. HlNU. 1W Broadway; A. 13. Sr D SANDS. liW Fulton I street Philadelphia, 'A'. W. DYOTT h. SONS I Baltimore, HROV.'N ttti O HiKK. CAN BY A HATCH. Alexandria, PEEL A STEVENS At Hetall by all respectable Druggists in the Halted States ana British rrovlaoes, and alse bv Iht Unrslitiaf uti ilit*. ?tx-i? a HI illfSB. MMI. nur AD/J J SELL VOitkiaA A. *i ii D{/>m?IC t'UKMlSH OKA VTb Ou all Fat Li* t=? UciteJ Btetd* hdi kiu^dye; UiiLL SO t uliA>Tfc' Ob kll parts ??f Uniied HUUaaod Oil Ave biLLH OM IRELAND i OIv Ct tJtt tiVY AND i? A L I. BOMUK, (5*Oi;.lH. X NtlllU I i A a K i i \?. ?*A ffiH * ABvaiitmaBt s.u;tn^ Ao?/ tuJam,lsrial?> LAID A ii ii A NTS. We are at all tliaco Piucbasl&g, aad have for Sale. LAND \v a It RAN lis of u!l deiuiioinatloas. I Land Wsui.-lj t'icaie.1 l:< lows, Wlscoasla, or I Minnesv>ta (;>IUI!B BKOTMHRS, jau it 11 Bankers, opposite tne 'A't.'asurr v o if- :j a "i u ion riiBya HEW .IND cut:A? IADIif.2. 3AHNK8S blSM 1'KUWS QXCUy, ?wl?Se?tath!3t ,oppoblte(>dd Fellows'Hall. MLSaitH TOP II AM. lale of I'L'!]-<it-lj j'.d, ana NOK1'! ..f this city. .esperti iii? tnnounee to lt?5lr friends and tne puollc, that they have com menced the Sa<1dli!ij/ Business at the abovestand, where they will make and keep constantly oa hand a hirge and superior n?sortmtnt of? Mens'. Ladlas', and Boys' SADDLES. BRIDLES, MARTIMtiA IjEIl .and NVHlPa llARNESSof every descrlullon,both for cUyand country uae. All Kinds of TRUNKS, VAL1SHS, and CAR PET BA?JS Ladles' SATCH El^, TRAVEL* INO BASKETS,and FANCY WORK BOXES. HORSE BLANKETS. COVliKS, COLLARt*. and HAM KB. Horse, Spoke, and Dust BRUSH ES. CARDS, CURRY-COMBS, SPONUBV. ko.,aa. ' All material used will i>e the best that can bo obtained; and both of us having been practloel workmen for i.evrrai years, we frel confident that our work cannot be surpassed, either for style or durability. By inremittlne efforts to give satis faction we bop* to merit, and respectfully solicit as'iareof publl? patronage. Tastloulsr aitentlon paid to covertaj Tv?akf aad repairing all kinds of work. Sn-MWs-'trtoisoonstajatlvoa kaad. aav 7?ly MANTELa NK If AND BEAUTIFUL STYLE. Mauafnctorsd from Klate Stone, by tie West Costleton .Slate t'enapauy, V t. rilBESK MANTELS ARE ENAMELLED IN J IrnlUitlon of the richest and most eTt>enjlve EGYPTIAN. LISBON, VKKD ANTIoIdE PORPHYRY, PYRENEES. BROCATElTLa AfciATK, SPANISH GALWAY, and other *re and desirable MARBLES. The Imitations are so perfect that they cbalengethe closest ?cru*dnv. They are so highly polished that they retain flbelr beauty miKh lor.ger than marble; are not iojnred by bmoke, coal pas, or aolds, and can lie wdd miv h ch??ppr tban anv ethers In market. 1'rire ra;i^ ln? from fits te 912 Architects, Builders and others are invited to call and examljtf samples at No. 811 Sewath street, 3 doors Wtftw Odd Fellows' HalL ifip stair* T. M. HANSON, ?ejfi-ly Ageat. P?? tHAtkKRI UK CRACENELLK, and Fancy Craokers, a splendid article fo lea, kut received by 06 ?*' klNtt A BUROHBLL Medicines. DOCTOR HOOFLHO'l CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS PKKTABSIt IV Dr. C. M. JACKSON, Philadelphia, Pa., WILL IffICTOiLLT CV?B LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA. Jaundice,chronic or nirvou* db blllt*, Disease? of the Kidneys, and all Dls

>>uMirliliii! from a Dliordend LWeiofStonnon The proprietor, In calling the attention of the public to this preparation, does so with a feeling if tbe utmost coaidencc In Its ylrtuesendadapfca Hon to the diseases for which it is recommended It is no new and untried article, but one that bas stood tbe teat of a ton years' trial before the American people, and its reputation and sale la unrivalled by any similar preparations extant. Tbe testimony In Its favor given by the moat prom Inentand well known physicians and individuals In all part* of the country Is Immense, and a oare fui perusal of tbe Almanac, published annually bv tne proprietor, and to be had gratis of any ol his agents, cannot bat satisfy tbe most skeptical that tnls remedy Is reallydeservlug the great cel ebrity it has obtained. principal office and manufactory No. w> Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa. READ TBE FOLLOWING: Mohsantow.i, Va , August 4, lb66. Pr C. M. J acison?Dear Sir:? The salea of the Bitters are increasing, and what speaks vol ume'' tu tbelr favor Is tb'. tall who have used them speak highly of their effects No medicine that I bull gives such general satisfaction, aud the de mand for It exceeds all precedent; and i assure you It alords me pleasure to s?ll such a remedy. Our pbyslclans no longer scowl at It, butarecom pelled to acknowledge Its Intrinsic value, and the greater part of them nave had magnanimity suf ficient -o lay aside tbelr prejudicing and prescribe it lu their practice. Respectfully yours, F. M. CHALFAN* For sale bv storekeepers and druggists tn every town and village In the United States. Prlce7S cents per bottle. Z. D. OILMAN, Washington, and JOHN 8. KlDWELL, Oeorgetowu, Agents. Je7~6m AYBRS PILLS. FOR ALL THh put* posts OF A FAMILY PHYSIC. r|1HERE HAH LONG EXISTED A PUBLIC JL demand foi an elective Purgative Pill which could be relied cu as sure and perfectly safe In Its operation This bas been prepared to meet that demand, and an eitenslve trial of Its virtues has conclusively shown with wbat success It accom plishes the purpose designed. It Is easy to make it physical Pill, but not so easv to uiake the best of all Fills?one which should have none of the objections, but all the advantages of every other. This has been attempted here, and wlthwbathuc cess we would respectfully submit to the public decision. It bas been unfortunate for the patient nltherto that almost every purgative medicine Is acrimonious and lr.ltatlng to the bowels. This Is not. Many of them produce so much griping pain and revulsion lu the system as to more than counterbalance the good to be derived from them. Then; Pills produce no Irritation or puln, unless It arises from a previously existing obstruction 01 derangement In the bowels Being purely vege table, no harm can arise from tjielr use In anv quantity; but It Is L?--tter than any medicine should be taken Judlclou ;1/. Minute directions for tht-lr use In the several diseases to which they are ap plicable are given on the box. Among tiie com plaints whloh have been speedily cured by them we may mwntlon Liver Complaint, In Its various forms of Jaundice, Indigestion, Laneuor aiid Loss of Appetite, Llstlesiiuess, irritability, B Hous Headache, Billons Fever, Fever aud Agne, l aln in the Side and Loins, for In truth, ail these art but the consequsnce of diseased action of tne i liver. As an aperient, they afford urompt aud sure relief in Costlveness, Plies, Colic, Dysentery, Humors. Scrofula and Scurvy. Colds, with sore ness of the b dy, Ulcers and Impurity of the blood: In short any and every case where a purge tlve Is required They have also produced some slnguiarly suc cessful cures in Rheumatism,tiout,Dropsy, tirav el, Erysipelas, Palpitation of tne Heart. Pains In the Back, Stomach and Side. They shoi Id be treely takeu In the spring of the T?a'i10 pnrlfy the blood and prepare the sysMin for the change of neasofca. An occasional dose stimulates the stomach Intohealthy action, aud restores the appe tite and vigor. They purify tae blood, and by their stimulant action oa the circulatory system renovate the strength of the body, aud restore tUc waited or diseased energies of the whole organ Ism. Hence an occasional dose is advantageoue r*vtrn though noserious derangement exists: but unnecessary dosing should never be carried toe far, as every purgative medicine reduces the strength, when taken to excess The thousand cases In which a physic Is required cannot be enu merated here, but they suggest themselves to the reason of every licdy; and It Is eontldentiy be lievod this pill will answer a better purpose than anything which bas hitherto been available t? mankind When their virtues are once known the pubile will no longer doubt what remedy to employ when in need of a cathaiUc medicine Being sugar wrapped they are pleasant to take, and being purely vegetable, no hatm con aiise from tbelr use lu anv quantity For minute directions sec the wrapper on the Boa PREPABKI. tf UA. i A>1 KS C. lYBA, t&ACTJCAL * AyALYTICAL CHEMIST LOWELL, MASS. Prioe 26 Casta per Box Five Boxes for Si .00 Sold by Z D. OILMAN, W ushlngtoii. and all respoc'.able drngglf.j?. aufcMm r.tlVAfk. ?1KD13AL 7HKAT1I1 oh tna PHILOSOPHICAL VIEW 0? MABBIAOI, it M. 0. V* A (iKOUt ?? 0*1 ALBAN Y. N. Y., IMftfiiSRi 130 Fins, Pl?in,**d VUrU LUk ?rfrapk* ?>*d Pluttt. Paiaa est* Twantv-Fivi Cimt Beat of Pcstsgo to all parts of the Vales. (lUKACLai' 'foot. tiVKK P?iiLldMKD ? > auJ conlalutrtg nsar'.y double tbe* quantity of c.ui I up .iiUtii:, It! ihat uf I'.3 hR IV 'ENY OK i?OL LAK f J tli.tCA'iiuNU. I i *.i Jala on tiio I 11 V dlu I. - f?*,Y Oi*" fci A ?t H1 AGE, and v.-c siMNt Iaiialtki 3i;J iii^utdur ?'( V outa an?l Muuulty, ri'siilil ig fromi-x ot^c., wblch ucMiuy t;-.e^ - phyf>i?:ai a;id lutiilal p<?v. cm, vyltu <>bu:xvatloru on Marriage, Its duties cud di^uftliflc&iloiis, ted Ihelrroutealcs; with LULogrupi t,llliibiiatlng the Aaatciay and Physiology, aud Uluiaset;of the Ile al cduotlvo Ot><tnaof b<--.b ?rits, theirstruolufrt, uses aud fuuct'loftfi. A j?opulur iad<x>mprehoa al?e frcatlw.n the !>ctiedaud C-'sUultlca of sla gle and ltinScdlifc- -h..ppyantf f.altful alliances, mode ci ?t3iurt?; tbe?r ?IntwBcitoas aud Infertile ones?ihf.'r ol?v*?Uoa tnd reworal ?lmportai.t Mats to ihsi!? jGku'raulatiHjf iu>i(rluiOfly, that will ?vtijCRjCuJ^'.ilosstt; -.tone, however, ahuuld take this!..{-?./lthout tlr^tcousu!tl?iglta pagca?c;ia;Kaaiarlc3 ua the diseases and medl jul l/eilraer t cf fasaaiest.Oia la.'an^> to old age,each c&so gr&nhioojly lllU3*Tatad by beautiful 1 ilhogra Chlo plt ea-- aeiiility, Its ouuees and sui*. y a prooeas at once so etttph*, safe, cad effectual that Allure UlapuaalUa?rul js for dally maaagc meat?a:t etrr,y on tipor^atoirhwa, with ^raotlu&l obsefvationa a. tno safer and r.toreai:c?to?Tdt mode af treau?6Jit? p:caautloaary Lints on the ovLu re sulting from empirical p?actioe?an essay oa all diseases arlsla;; from Iaal-crcUon, with Dlaln aad simple rules by which all per<K>ns caa cure them selves without mercury?remedies for those self Inflicted miseries and disappointed hopes so ua fortunalely prevalent In the young, it Is a truth ful adviser to the married aud thot,e contemplating marriage: I tn perusal is particularly recommend td to pbri^ns entertaining secret doubts of their physical oondltion. and who are conscious of hav ing hazarded the nealth, happiness, and privileges to which every human being Is entitled. Price TWENTV'-FIVF. CENTS per Five Copies for One Dollar. Mailed, free of post age, to all parts of the U nited States N. B.?Those who prefer may consult Dr. LA CROIX upon any of the dNedso.-mpon whloh this book treats, either personally or by mall. Medi cine sent to any part af the U nion according to di rections, safely packed cndoarefutly securMfroai all observation. Address Dr. M. B LA CROIX, No 31 Mai del Lane, or Post Ofilce Box 579 Albany, N. Y. IJT OAce open dally.from W a u to 9 p m. aad ?ja Sunday from i until 8 p. m. \ZT Ofllce REMOVED from No. M Beaver si. k> 31 M*id*n L aa?, Alb any, N*w 7er*. dealt?ly WOOD AND COAL. WE ARE DAILY RECEIVING LAROE supplies of WOOD and COAL, which we ?n sell from the boats at very low prlees. Per wm? desirous of laying In their winter fuel would do well to give us a call before purchasing else when*. BOGUB A O'NEILL ae S No. 1U3 Water street, Georgetown. HOB BY HOR8KI, ROCBBKB, PRO. p?Uors, Carriages, Cabs, Wheel borrows, Wa?ket?, Door, Street, and Parlor Mats and Rugs et arrlwed per 8ch"oo?r StatsMnan, at No '3D, were FVh and 9:h streets novl ' H. J. McLAUOHLkN A ?0. r Miscellaneous. TO ALL TRA T VALUE THEIR M1GB T 'TOBIAS^ WISHES TO CALL THM ATTENTION to all that suiter with detective stsht, caused by axe. sickness, u4 particularly from llant transparency, tutted precisely tod b#seS e tally to the wearer according to the conoavlty 01 convexity of the eye. Very namsroos ate the ill eftoota cauaed to the precloua organ of sight from the commencement of using glasses In net being predMly salted, hy the ussof as Osfsmstsr; and the practice of many year* enable* aim to mots ure the foeal dlaeaae of the eyas, and aoah glass es that are abaotately required will ha furnished with preclalon and satisfaction. JUUH TOBIAS acknowledge* the eery Ube ral encouragement already obtained, aad fortbM solicits the patronage of tnose that nare not yet availed themselves of hla aid Persons that csanot conveniently eaM, by tend ing the glaaaea In use, aad state how many Inch es they can read thla print with tbelr spectacles, can be supplied with sneh as will Improve their "^innumerable testimonials to be teen; and ref erences given to many who have derived the greatest ease and oomfcrt from his glasses. Circulars to be had gratia, at his office, No. ?12 SEVENTH ?1KKKT, tkr? do#r? /rem Odd Ftllowi' Hall, DP STAIRS NuktoLi, September7, M4. Sir -The Spectacles you made for me suit very well, and *eem to have improved ray sight mots tLuu any other 1 have lately tried. L1TT. W. TAZUWULL 1 iiave tried a pair of Spectacles obtained from Mr. Tobias, and And them of great assistance to my sight, and corresponding vrith bis description of the focus. 1 recommend him aa a skillful op tician. UKNRY A. WISE. Having been Induced by a friend to vlslttbe es tablishment of .M r Tobias for the purpose of try ing hlsglasse*, I was furnished by htm with a pair slightly colored blue, which have aHerded me mere, reilef end gratification than euy 1 have ever tried. My sight, orlglnaily vrry good, was Injiired by writing and reading at night, fre quently to a very hue hoar; but with the aid of tW*e glaftMes 1 can study almost as late as tver, and that tea without the pain I have previously suffered. JOHN WILSON, Late (Jon.m'.ssl^nei Uca'l L*ud it mm. Ueceaber 11, lt&s. I have used Mr 'foblus's Spectacles far thrte or four months, and take great pleasure In say* lug that 1 am much Liea?cd with them 1 have tern much benefitted by them. May 9th, lt#?. 3e?>R. P. UgAEWiti. 1 was teoommended to Mr. John Toblaa at a skillful optician; ard as I have eyee of iriftui* ablf peculiarly, I was gret'fied to ttnd that Mr. To bias seemed to comprehssd them by inspec tlo*i and some slight measurement, and he has made me a pair of Spectacles that suits me ad mirably. A. P. BllLlill. July . Wilmimoton, N. C , Jan. i7, lfc54 Mr J Tobias: Dear Sir?1 am happy to s?.y that the Spectacle* wtitch I obtained fromyoa last we?-k are entirely satisfactory. From an Inequal ity in the visual ranye of my eyes, 1 have hereto found great dlflhulty In gKtlng glasses of the proper focal distance It affords me pleasure to state that, by the aid of your optometer,this dlfll catty has been happily obviated *o that the glasses you furnished me arc dee'dedly the beet adapted to my eyes of anv i have ever yet used. Very rcspectiuiiy. yours, g. B. URANE, Hector of St James'Parish. Dbfartmrkt or Intbrior, May7, 1645 From natural defects and the unequal range ol my eyes, 1 have been compelled to use glasses for several years. 1 l.ave tried dlflerent optician' without obtaining glasses perfectly fitted to m> eyes Konr months since Mr. Tobias made twi pairs especially for me. which 1 have found tc serve me perfectly By the use of his optometer he is enabed to adapt Glasses minutely ti theeys 1 mostoheerfuily recommend Mr. Toblaa to at having occasion to use glasses and bear my testi mony as to bis skill as an optician. HENRY E BALDWIN, Assist Secy to sign Land Warrant*. P. S.?OPHRA GLASSES of great rwltty. TELESCOPES A MICROSCOPES, WATCH MAKEK GLASSES, and many other articles 1b this llae at va, low prices constantly on hand. |v T*-lv NKVf AKRANUr.NfcNTI. THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY Inform tbtlr customer* and the pub'lc la gen eral, that they have thcroughly renovated the'i establishment and added thereto a very large cel lar, so aa to be enabiad to keep a luge supply cl their superior PORTER and ALE on hasd, ard exptct dally to receive a 6tipplv of Phl'arielphla and Troy Draught Ale vhlcfc will be sold it a umall adv nee. lor cash only We also expert dally St) bhls of New Jersey Champagne Cider. a pure article. Alw-vs on hsr.d, a larpe supply of Turner A Brother's line Liquors, via: Blackberry, Rasp berry, Strawberry, Cherrv and Ginger Brandies ; Ginger WLn^; Stomach ard Sbuehton Bitter*; Abtentbe. Curaroa, and other Cordials l>r Wheeler's Tonic Sherry Wine Bitter*, for which we ar?> sol* agents. As usual, a larre supply of Mineral ?\ *iers, bottled Porter and Ale oa land AKNY A SH1NN, Union Bottling Depot, 57 Green street, nov 4 ? Georgetown, D.C HATS! HATH CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL ? >jjpplv of BEEBK'S 1" NEW YORA STYLES trgetber with TAY LOR^S li A T S , of B A L T 1 - M OKK. The best black dress H A TS got up tu the latest style for f J 5Ci as gocd as those usually at MS; and a t^ood fashion able Hat at 83, w?.rth *4; aud a tlrst-rate Hut,3i>.^o The bt^st materials ana tea bf >1 wor <n an^ulp I* employ?-d to produce a f5 Hat, which Is sold foi S3 50 We do a cash bu. lness, meet with no los ses, but gl*e each touumw full value for LU money. Felt Hat* uausuallv low. N . B Agent for Drlocoll'a Balia of a i kousand Fioweis Prlee "2a ceiits per b<t'le. AM1HON Y,7th street. near Pa tycruie, Agcnl for a New \ ork Hat Ccropasy. *e x.if out AT KKUltiiON IN THE PHlUi? or hOOl S 4.WD U AITKE8 (HAVE ON tJOMMlSrlON, FOR A PHIL udeiphta manu fiii turer, a h'?t rate Sv ved cl Pegged Calf Skin Bt>t> f at f l o'J. full as good as tboee usually sold at #5 or a#; a d a KrenchCalf fatent Leather GAITER at 8 J 5<i, as good as any a(?5; a QrVtratet'alf Galter&t&< 5o, these are the be??t good* that ts(oreverwue) sold In the District for the p4ice; for the proof, come and soe {or yourself. Terms positively caah. No exlN profit charged to olfset bad debts. Call at th? XEW YOK& HAT STOkE, Seventt street near I'eunsyiv&cla avenue, m *4 tf ANTHONY, Agent NtW AND ATTKA1TIV K NOVKLS. Ralslng the Veil, or Scenes In the CouiU. hy Bail Fenuer Embellished with porUatts of Ho lice Court Ottoers. gl Carrie Emerson, or Llieln Cliftonville ; by Mia, O. A. Hayden. 91 Walter March, Shoepoe Recollection*; by Ma jor March. fl Boston Common; Tale of o?r Own Times ; by a Lady. Si 33 Althe, or Spell* from the Stsand; by M rs Ada M Field 91 Kate Stanton, a Page from Real Life fl Dora 6raflon, or every eloud^ias a stiver lining SI Ambition; Kate Willie tl Kambles In Eastern Asia, lacludlng China and Manilla, during several yesrl' residence, with notes of the voyage to China, escarslons In Man illa, Hon* Kong, Ac.; by L. Ball, M. D ,second edition. 81,*6. J ust published, and for sale at TAYLOR A MAURY'S Bookstore, oc 24 Penn ase., near Wth street ANTHONY BUCHLY, UNDERTAKES, ?hop and Residence No 80S Penn'a avenaa, sontfc sida, bat ween 8th and 10th gti. Having provided himself witb aa ELE&ANT HEARSE, and all necessary oonvenlences for' ctlng hit" business. properly conduc{i>>K uu d us mess. would respectfully inform the public that ke It fully pre (tared to ill all orders entrusted to him ?t the shortest notice, and in the best manner. A large supply of fcBADY-MADE COFFIN r of all aliee. always on hand, which will be fur tlshed on the most reasonable terms. As heretofore, no pains will be spared ts g1*? satire satisfaction on all oeeasloas. N. B.?Residing on the premises, ?>iaii wtl* beprom^tly attended to at ?l hours NSW STY LBS CIGAR CAlfcS, PORTS Mkinoafbs, Oabe^t^oan^tpb^g^Ac^a^ Miscellaneous. Proposal* for fumuhing the P?p*r fir the Public Printing Urvin flvrwoiTtiiiiRT Public FinTnt WuhtDfl'ii, OcVbff 1, Ml IN Pt'RSUANCK OF THE PROVISIONS ? of the " Act to provide foe eaeeutlnjr the pa bll? prlntlng,'' *e., approved AnjnH mm proposals will be received it thia eSce, In the Capitol, until the Arid Monday (in d*?l of I* or inker next, at twelve o'clock, at . forf urniahliw the Paper that may be reqoind for tte putww printing for the rear ramn-enclng on the let day of December. 1518, and ending on tte lat day i>t December. 1*57. The subjoined llat specifies, aa nearly aa can te a?ue/talned. the quantity, quality, and deserlp twu of tank kind of paper that will be required : Class I. 10,owe reams tne printing paper, uncnler. dared, to measure *44 by SI inches, and to weigh forty-five pounds to Uie ream cf 48* sheets Class II. i.flpo reams line printing oap*r, talesdrrtd to measure *<M bv V Inches ard to wtigb fifty-six pounds to the ream of 4M? sheets. Class HI. reams auperflae sited and calendered, printing paper,te meaaureM by Sblncbes, and te weigh fifty-two pounds to the ream of ?H> sheets. Class IV. reame superfine hard-sited and calendered printing paper, to measure** bvM inche*. and to weigh forty-eight pounds to Uie ream of 4*1 sheet#. Class V. 1 000 ream* superfine sized and calendered map paper of such sites as may be required corresponding in weight with paper measuring !? by fit lncbea. and weighing twenty pounds per ream ot 4*> sheets Class VI 4*0 reams auperfine plate paper, (calendered or uncalandered, as nsay W required ) ll t?y 44 Inches, and of such weight as may he required. The fibre of the paper of oich of the above olassea to be af linen and cotton, free frotn a) i adulteration with mineral or other substances. of a fair whlteneas. and put up In qulrea of twenty four aheets each, and in bund lea of two reams sack. each ream to contain 4HI pe.f*ct sheets Uniformity in color. thick tea*, and weight will be required , and no bundle (exclusive or wrap ?r*> varvlng i v?r cr under Ave par c?ait. from __e standi!rd weight w ill be received, and the f;rofS weight will in all caaes be r< qtilrtd Mir ng of various tblchiK-wv* in the same bundlr to make up the weight will be considered a viola tion of the contract. Clam VII No. 1?l.50b reams quarto post writing papci No.s-d.wn 44 natcap 41 * No. 3? Mm 44 demy 44 " No 4-*?W? " folio po*t 44 ? Na 5? fiOu " medium 4< ?? No 6? do 44 royal 44 ?? No 7? 40 44 auper*o\al 44 44 No fi? 50 44 Imperial 44 44 loo '? oolored medium, ( tl ) Class VIII. No 1?5,<Mi reams writing paper, 10 by M laches, to weigh twenty-eight pound* per No. 'i?<4,1WJ reams writing paper. Lb by *6 Inches. to weigh twenty-alt pounds per ream. No. 'J?10li reanrs writing paper, U? by ti Inciter, to weigh twenty-four pounds per ream No. 4?#40 reams writing paper, 1H by IH Inches. to weigh twei.ty-two pounds per ream No. *? 4?w teams writing paper, W by lef iw bee. to weigh twelve pounds perieam. All the papers designated In clause* 7 and & ate to be nede of the best materials, free from sdui teratlon. and finished In the best matiatr I he papers m class 7 are to be white or blue, of the regular standard slaes of the respective kind*, and of such weights as may be required by this odlce ; thore in dans 8 are to be white, and cf the sizes and weights specified In (he schedule The rigbt Is reoervtd of ordering a greater cr lesi quantity of each and ?v?*y klrd o ntracted for. at such time* ard in auch quantities aa tbe public service may require Pach claaa will be considered separa bly. and be subject to a separate contract, but Mdd< rs mav offer lar one or more of the clutaes In the same Cpooal; and the privilege la reserved of reqalr a bidder who may have more then one ciass assigned him to take ail auch classes, or forfeit hla right to any claaa. Samples (not less than one qnlre) of each kind of paper bid for, md kor urn* tawiplt ft each fciad, must accompany eac'i bid; and, la elaraea 7 and 8, be numbered to correspond with the number of the paper proposed tor In the schedule and, In the first six classes, to be properly desig nated on the eemple, or It wl!l not be oon?lder?d All proposals and samples must be tranamltted to this cifice free of postage or other expense Kach proposal must be signed by the Individual or firm making It, and must spielfy the prioe per pound (and but one price for each) of eveiy kind of paper contained in the elans proposed for All the paper In the several cl&ftsee must he da liver* d at such place or p aeea aa may be deslg nated In Washington city, In good order, free of all and every extra charge or expose, and suhgrr t to the inspection, oounf, weight, and measare meet of the Superintendent, and Utn aU respects satisfactory. Blank forms for proposals will be furnished at thtr> oAoe to persons applying for tkam , and none will be takeL Into consideration unless tabstaru' ally agreeing therewith. bosds, with approved aerurtllas, w.U be re quired; sud the supplying of an Inferior artlcie in any uf the ? lasn??. or a ftdiure to supply the quantity required at any lime, will be considerta a viulatlou of the contract hlach bidder Is required to furnish w (fa UU pro posuis satisfactory avldence oi his ability toaxe oute iham, and proposals uaai coinpaiiled by t urh evidence will be rejected. The propwsala will be op?tiMl in the umuuh* i% vju1.(d by law 4,on the first Tuesday after it? ars; .Monday In December" next, (ad,) at lu o clock, a in , at the odlce or the *a perlnu-nde ut Proposals will be addressed to the ? -super Witen - dent of the Public Printing. Capitol of the C ulted States, Washington,'' and endorst-u <>l*rcp<tsm% for supplying Paper.'' A U at: AM AN, of the Superintendent of the Public Printing oc \ fiawfiw PropotaU for Ereoting a Marine Hotpitnl at New Orleans Lonuiana. TaiAscni Dar*ar?KNr, bept 17, l?ic SI t A L K U PKOPOSAI.b WILL UC KK celved at this departmetit unui the ft>th day ot Noveuiber, A. D lsfie. at IK o'clock at noon, for the construction of the New Orleans marine his pltel according to the plans and tpeoiacetilns pre pared at this department; said proposals to Ur cither for the whole building, or separate for ts< dltterei t kinds of work: blus of part?is should tticompany each bid, witn the amount of ?a< n kiud of work, and the total amount carried out; the department reserving the rlvht to reject or ac C? pt tne pro[*Osala hereby Invited, i* any parts thereof, when It deems the Interest of the (' nlttsl states requires It; the dc{u.rtu.t?i<t also reserves the right to exclude the bid* cf my person ot per hobs whom there Is just cause to believe will not faithfully perform the contracts, or which tbey have attempted to obtain by Indirection ; and all bids when there th?il lx* parties in Interest who do not join In the bid- and all bids that, upon In vestigation. are below a fair price for the w-Jtk. Bids wi>l be received Lu gross, at the optlou of the blddets, but no coutract will be awarded to such bidders until details are rornlshed the depart ment of the prices of the different kinds of work and materials which ahall be subject to the re vision of the department, ao that the groaa bid shall be equitably apportioned upon the w iole work to guide the department In making pay ment!. Ninety per cent of the amount of work done and materia.a delivered, according to contract price, faald amount to be ascertained by the esti mate of an agent of the department, appointed for that purnoae.J will be paid from time to time, as tha worn progresses, and ten per cent retained until the com pie Ion of the contract, and accept ance of the work, Ac , by the agent aforesaid. and be forfeited In the eveut of aou-fulfilment oi ontraet. Contracta will be awarded only to master bid Id em and mechanics, and the assignment thereof, except by oonsentof the Swretary of the Treasury, will be a forfeiture of the same Kach proposal must be accompanied by a writ ten guarantee, algncd by two responsible persens, (certified lo be so by the United Statte district Judge or attorney of the said district,) in the *>uti of $"<t5,0b0, for the whole work, er ofa pr? portlr n ate amount If for any part, that the bidder will wlten required, If h a proposal be accepted, enter into a contract and bond, with proper aud suf flcieut securities for lta faithful performance Plana, specifications, and working drawings can be examined after ten days, aud other 1t. formatlou obtained on application to the dej ut ment Proposals will at the same time be ncelv. d f?.i a building similar to that oalled for by the sali fications, exeept that the mala or exterior wuin will be constructed of an Iron veneering, up* n iron frames filled in with some non-eonouctin.'. substance, thus making the structure fire-proof according to a supplement to the specification)'. Persona submitting such proposals will give mi nute details of the mod? of fastening tfce vertiol and horlxontal frames composing the wall*, <f filling them; of the style of ornamentation. Ac. Persons may submit plans for an Iron building, of an eqaal or smaller site than that called for l>r the specifications, though conforming general.y to the abape and plan. Tte propooeala must be sen I to this department, addressed to the Secretary of the Tieasury (endorsed " Proposals for the New Orlean-men e lospttal ") and will be opened at l o'clock. |? U A of the tut da? Nintd for reoelvtng 1a ?"*? ???? -***? KS, tfanfCktvowt* vl'eii, A AM ICS eUlHRih of the Treaau/j,