Newspaper of Evening Star, November 17, 1856, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated November 17, 1856 Page 4
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EVEN J KI83-MUS1C. ET CH A ILII ? ULiXD. " When two pairs of affectionate 11 pa are placed aether to the latent of osculation, the solse iced Is som-thln^ like to the ensnlug : ? Kpe ?*' weep'st-e'e?" aad then the s-->.ir.d tapers off ?o softly and to tcu sloally, Ifcat no letters tati do It justice "-?N. Y. KwifJtcfSo'k't. Evening ?il- rce I not a sound, Not a murmur from thebrceie, Not a cricket In the gra?a Not d mstle In tha trees ! Wnea at o.ice a whisper frll. Though no t ^iker I could see; And a soma of music ch'.r Kpt si' ictty st-et chirped, s's !" Never flute so sweetly trilled, Nor lute ?ne*th dilnty Urifc?*r tips; 'Twas 'he very wine of found Pressed from the r-vinz ruddy lips. And It softly cnt'ped a^atn 1.1k ? a humming bird when he " Peipt' la sucking at a fl >*er; " Kpe ?(' ir?rp'st-?e-*'* ' Oh the music of * kiss Slow it burns In he .rt and veins, How It drow.i* the Tery soul, When 't!? beird and felt tgaim: Peeoh and ap/lcot rosy hide 1 n ifce blo*MMB* on toe tree; D it -vtat future bl!?s may lurk la " Epe it' urssp'sr-ss-s's'" arrivals AT TUB PRINCIPAL HOTELS Willard*' Hotel - J c 1 a. A. WIL.LARD D P Ralnd, O J Waldo, ly, A child, N J Khlnd.do NY 8 A PsKe * ly, Md O \V Messlck. do C 1 euts, NY J P Spa-ks A ly,SS E B Burr hard, La T Lamaa, do N H Holmin. do J U Hirst, do E J Lebert, >lut U D Turaey, do D Phillips, La Hon E Stanley, Cal A H ?tovc*r, Ills t E Sterling, -Wd G W Stover. N V H Heeler Aly, N Y H Ou'ter It ly, Va ED Barley, Mass J C Ritw*. r i C \V Hersey, no W M Calvin, Wis y H Snowden, Md Lieut '^Tfr^a, U4A W F Le*drutn,do P L KarllnKton. Gs P B Cornellt!y, NY C C Johnsop Tex O W Kelley.Md C H Ralph, do P W Ferry, do W Johnson, NC KA Kyther, do R M Cox, Cal W H Hollester, Mass E Diet, Ala W 8 Hsbuihara, Ga -T. P. A n. BROW*. D H Brown, NY 8 button A ly, Pa A R F-rmsa. N J T C Ba.ry, 8 P KnmMe, Va T B Berry, C Waldroa. Md B Mumon, Fia E 8 Aivrood. lad H Dooley, do J A stands, Va J WhUmore A ly, d) A R Shackelford, do Col VV M Maan, Pa M A Jonca A ly, O B M Garre t, Md E VHsoa, do 8 MoClung, Va P H 8bls d*, Pa M G Huboard, NY W K. .'j i a^n Va W Moon NJ H M v.a hsws, Ud K\m Wakely. do 8 8 Mathews, do \V Winston, Va A L Tuck, do B L Fergoion, NJ J 8 aabrojk A Cam,NY H r Ben-iltt, NY W H Sha/Jleir, do W Hammond, do P Noyes, Vt K 9 Mitchell, do E D Muasoa, do N.ittoaal Uik I.?w*. our, A Bramm*H, NY Mrs MUtoa, Va W Baker. Rl f j0y, 80 J Bates, Md F White, Cal J G Uakcr, do L'r Cross, P Wllilacos. NY Mrs F Crosa HI D Prloe, NI GCoiorer.NY LOoryall Fa K u ^iusrt. Va J B Mocvy NY Mr White, Md L Clifton, >ld G Whltt?mon, Mass W Ua<h 9, L. Benedict. N V T Williams. Md W Halcombe. Va E Barges*, do J Uagthrop Cal J Broots, do Mrs Bacon A c illd, Va T F Bow'.) do F. M Moore Texas W Mulllk!n,dn ;<i Hackley, Pi J Kelly A ly, Va J ^mith, La J M Orms iY, Mui i 8 Hy^m-*, d"> D tare:. NY Kfrtxroo.l If jnif ?A a. b. kirxwood. G L Briwa, II 3 M-:'nalf, UC W NeUon, W Rl-hton, Ky E L Bdrnej. Pa J K Corw;u. U AD s'e.-ry, NJ E Butier. Tenn EH Taorp. Win Mitchell, Ml W Danna^ant t fy, Va ? Whitney, do J McKlae, N r R M Doyle, do M MeCon.ie!. Ill j Crovhan, u M Walter, Md T Bar,: hus, do MOTtSIW.YTJ OF OCR AS STE AMB RS ri3?Tii*nirii ?tatb*. Lute far m-p. Edlnhnrg....Ne.v York-...Glasgow ....Nov l, ?' ork Havre Nov. is dj tlostrn Llvjrp}?l....\ov 19 Adr.a >iew \ ork..,, Mr^rpiol ...Nov. 22 |5i]r*?a New Y r*....Liverpool Nov. SS6 Wa.anmfou.New York tjrc;mea Nov. ay New i or*. ..NwW York....G.a g>w Nov. Kit raoxivRora. New \orW...O.aagovr New York....Oct.29 gB?tl? ulvarpool.... \pw York.... Oct J9 ??'0P* Liverpool <evr York .. Nov. I n <jehla^t >j.Biem-n New York .. Nov 1 Tee 's, rore'i^i.'i-r.jrs leave New York oatte ?tt an?l iO'.t each u:aati BRCS:.?7J, UIU SHEI, IliU IUK1, BA'-K ETS, BASKETS, ? ' c*> dBS, COM US, TOYS. toys, TOYS, at MsLAUgHUN A CO.'8. pNiUCLhKD SHIRT tOLLAHt, P4T. A-i sated, Eleji&r.t <nd entirely Hew ?Geo Uemen are requested to call and s^e the Pa^nt Enamelled S_lrt Collars at 8TKVfc'Nd'8 nOT 1 8al^a Room, Orowns' Hoti*i THK SOI' c Htm SPEAKER ?O N K JL volume of psi<.s; Newt^ars, l-5d; con tala.ng In grea v.-.rUty, the in ister pic of ora tory in i roK.*, a c-try, ?iod Diaio^ne, selwru-d by DiSjrtoa Ho*, of Rapides lostitue, Louisiana rnrm 31,u?. noTl5 PR \NCK TAVLOK. REU?J1BLA TliOsK 3kE?-0 N D-U AN ? Fl AN 08, *t JW Peuaa. a ven ae, the" are great barytas. JOHN F. ELLIS. W)V > F I A N W 8 P J A n O S P I A N U A ELLld'3, ELI.18'8, ELL18?8, 3 6 3U0 _Bveaue. Pa avtnue. p4 avenue. A < \KO ?jU8r RECEIVED. AND FOR *? ? e rt llae aifto.toiesit of I ndla Rubber Cloth, LPrpf ail*,' 0***, jiad L^^^lanat tholowmz pricds. at ? . ? WaLl A 8TEPHENA. N? ">AI Pa ave , betwe^o SWh and 10th .ts. Bovi eoflt | In'eiJ *KON HALL 8HOT 8HOK AND XEtNK ESTABLISH iff! NT, P*matpiramta artmme, bet. 9!h aad l^th tin. I |Hd('?|!il!,ANl) Fnp- LADIE8, MI83E8, * a .a CqI dren a iar^ i?t<v*k of? qullttd S.t* 'ialirrs. Buckskin r[Uu"a"1 Waiter, for th* winter H. Water Pr^.f ualtera * BrcnaeandColo/eds.lngi^atjj Double Sole Walters Con^jre - Gi|t;rs heeled ; thick a-.d thla *?le Mo/xo healed Gaiters; Co'.grnwi Button and i Mato-.o a-.d Rid heo!-i Kl|pp?/S. Fo?lIah Kid Galrers Corgrvjw White ?iAtin heeled and Rid and Gllre reous 8ilppera SSSftrz** ot aU ??>ies ?mm.i s, Ucj b, and /ojtbs do do do Oaford CuI)KrM? "*><? L V.Vtrd HlSh ?al style just received ' 110,1 ? boes all prtr^g Al? ?, i tent and w?'i ? ,A Ge its a ..1 t^ilca Iiave lS? i i ?i -..,h -iuu .ou c..?p, * ciy 8 P UOOVl- h -?i ? IrPn Hnl1 B ^^d Shoe 8t"ie. ff^V'NU it O I. LB, EIL5 OULLS, I > Ills v.^ h ibher D?^H. China Do Is. Paper D nlf C.etti J : s, ... .1 Hud4 and \rms. Doll Ac ?t Mri. \ UtiijLl.N A Co's. new store nor? Wl'i. M, K. UAHVCf, <e? - -i '-n r;. JiMts F. Hakvkt, oacaasas,) UNDBflrAKER, >(tr?ni? btiwt* U as ah, H > v y: V> 'NFOHM THE PUBLIC c. ri .* L?r rtuplf.y the , aa r. re/*ons that w-re formerly^ Int. ?s ibi'.sb irient. wfco are fully u'"i"Jk!n? Business; sf - " "uv,y^ ' LOCKS?C.j11^ H^?CLOCKS I ir\VE JU T RKCKIVKO A Larq'k a^? ? s rt- .? ,p Cio k?-,v.glff-rentstvw wi h 4-V> ?, e.r,d warranted lopri .^u ' Th^J wn ? j- i do weii to ZlTe ml ! Sf; ' V :;w^ - All Cki i Ma . . f K 1 k?i ;, oils, BiUs, Key* Oo~?? H? ? ^ ?"? J ROBINfeoTd ' ? - -m WK, ave.oppo Browns'Hotel Information for Travoltra. BY R&ILBOAD DIRECT TO THE WEST. Time bttwn Washington and Wh*?ting but 171 kour* ! Sunning Time between Washington and Cincinnati S7 iionn!! TllOVtH TICKETS AH? CHICK* TO IB SAO IN W4.?HINCTO!?. TBE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAIL ROAD ha*Ug?"*tiy improved u3 Western connections, now oners the f? Inducement* to Travelers between WASHINGTON, BALTI MORE, and ail portions ?fine WK8T, NORTH WEST, and the SOUTH W EbT. T >e onne tlon between t ic Trains from Wash ington and the Trains bound West from Balti more 1? always promn y mod" at the Washington Junction (lately tailed the Relay House) V ml'es fro.ii Baltimore. Tins Is ti.o on>y change of cars required between Washington aid the Ouio river. is checked thrnugti to Wheeling at the * ai? Station, and retbecked and trans ferred tlijre, (<*ltli the rassengers) without charge, for tuoee holding Through Tickets for volnts be yond- The. oane-ting wains leave WraKhlneton dal.yatSa. ra andi>| p. ta on Sundays al the later hour only. AtBENWOOD,1 mliesffcm Wheeling,dtrec* I eonntciion[A made with the Lraius cf CENTRAL ! OHIO RAILROAD, running from Bel lair, on the Ohio, through CamV-ridge, Zanesvllie, and Nerrark, to COLU.MBU '. 7 'liesetrains connect at Ntwark with th? ? ar ? oi lasNewark, Mansfield aad Sandtuky Ka.'!road for Sandusky, Toledo, Detroit, Ciil ago. set. Louis, etc. At COLUMBUS t:?e C O. Railroad trains con nect wlt'i th? fast tralcj of tha Lui'.t Miami Rail road to ieaia. Cincinnati, Louisville, etc. At XENIA (oa Little Miami Raliroal)conaecUoa is formed vtftii the trains through Dayton,to Indian apolis, Terra Haute, Lafayette, Cnicago, Rock Island, St. Lc ils, Carlo, etc ITT* Passengers holding Througii Tickets for AferrtpM*, t ukjfrurg, Nate A**, ",'cw Orleans, etc., which are also sold at Washington?are trans ferred at Cincinnati, to the Mail Steamers on the Ohio. Tickets for Evansvllle, Carlo, and St. Louis are sold by the river route. 111^ For CLLVKLAND, aid via C eve and to To edo, Detroit, Chicago, etc , tickets are sold, w.ien the Ohio is navlgao e between Whee Ing and Wellsvitle (forty mfes> where a connection with the Cieveand and i'luaburg Rsiiroad la made. Travel rs are requested to notice that while this l?the only route affording Through Tickets and Checks in Washington, it is a'so the shortest, most s;?eedy, and dire t to neany a l tiie leading points In the c:eat West. The distance from W ashlr.-ton to Cincinnati is but 653 inlies, being about 1 i'i miles shorter tiitin by anv otaer r^ute1 F AR K; THROUGII TICKET. FKOM W>X To Wheeling, S3 50; Colmn baa, ?13 ?5; Dayton, gl5 50; Cincinnati. 8i? (*?; Louisvliie. by ral road, Sid fi5, by steamer from Cincinnati, 918 00; Indiana ols. 917 50; C>vp land, 912 50; To edo, 915 SO; Detroit. 915 20 Chicago, 920 35and SlS 50; St Louis. 5;?an?i ri3; Mem his, *26; New Or earfs ?3I, et ?. FOR FREDERICK AND H ARPER'S FERRY, M AR riNSBURG.CUMBKR LAND BERKLEY SPRINGS, BEDFOR DS'^KI \ ">S' PIEDMONT, OAKLAND, and FAIRMONT? niss-ngers may leave Washington at 0 a. m or p.m. For the minor way stations between Baltimore aad Wne llag, take 5 a. m train from Washington. ,ICT For trains to and from Baltimore, Annan* oils, etc., see s.eda advertisements. For further information, T.irough Thfeets I^PP'y to THOMAS H. PARSONS, Agent at Washington Station. *VM. S. WOODSIDE, - , Master of Transportatloa, 1 ^ ~K B * <1 P*>1!rox<t. Hsitlmara, FO a HA RPKK'I tT E H R T, n.TTTr.-fc Sia Ckt^tvtakt J- -?>%?? "1_*T OkioCmnnl t THROUGH i.V TWELVE HOURS! ANI> "P^?NDI'? PACKET 1 BOAT ARGO, Cap:. Ohas H Mxrrill, Ty ?Ch0;?^.'A%T*^'?u'ar Trtv< between SEORtaE VOWN and tha above Point, oc Mon dy/, March ?7th, l*j j? ' Tn? Boat wl'l leave the wharf of \V. H. ft H O R.tter, beorgetowj, DC, e*?rv Monday, \\ ed a"??d.<7, and Frila'.' morning, at ? o'clock Rpturnla^, sae will irave Harrn r's Ffrry ererr TJ3'day, Thursday and Saturday rnorcliat qt o clock. ?' Tfjrsu^h Tickets. S4. 4C. r? LiiibKrg 91 tnrludinf tn? St t*t frtm U-iwa rds1 PVrry FamHies Intending to v!-?t Virginia ^\nc9 the coming srar-m will 3-3 tLls by far th4 .iuih| ^,!>'juC*aT> v'i'* cb"ap^ rente to Berk-ley Capon. ShanoTfnlr, WM*eSulph':r and V.'^rxen Meals s'jrv^c'. on b^ lrd at modr-ate ratss A "oach wli! always b ? in reaHn-ss in (ieo"e town to eon vy passengers to and froin thf Boat Forf-irthor parfl^ulars Inqnlr? at the s?orc cf ?oa'V v Kvii'u'V ?? mar li-tf ' rpC * FeTTJ' Va' AEV7 TOiiE AND LIVERPOOL" . united states rrm* ail stkamerb.CaLBaP; The SHIPS COMPRISING THIS LINK are the B?'LricT1C oapl- Eldrld?? *nij i i'rlr? Capt. Comstock. ADRIATIC Capt. Jas. West. These ships having i>een built by contract ex press ij tot Government service, every care has beer, taken m tne'r construction', as 5so "n the" eagJnes,to Insure strength aod speed; and their ae-omrrodatlonp for passeu^ers are unequalei for elegance and comfort M in^'t S-f^fr,;X NeW York to Liverpool In first cab.n. gi jO; jn sccon ! do., 975. From Liv^oi to New Yoik, 3 ? and ^ guineas A? exo, r.enccd sargeoa attached to eich ship No hjr.hij can oe swnred until p-.Id for. The ships of ta.s ime have tmprov. d water-tight bulk thfu'tn- ?*?Id dinger from 1 e will notcross of Aagu?tJ? '* decrees, until after the 1st 7ao?o3?n ei.t8s or siiLTjia 1<3j6 Abr.W Wfdne?lay..'..May 11 u *.' 'L."y " Heda<,nij?..?>|aY a>. ? M^y * Weune^aJ.:::,^ ?i ^ ^u:ie 7 Wednesday....Jane 25 ea?TJ[1tt "ia7e i Wednesday....July s ' , y July .i Wed.iesd?y....July 23 Sstnrrtai ? July 19 Wednesday....Aug. ? r ! ^ Aug. '2 Wednesday....A'rg 20 r^ay AuX 5<t Wednesday....Sept', 3 1 y Aug. j-j v? ednesday....Sept. 17 Sep*- 13 Wednesday ....Oct. l Saturday ^?pt. 27 Wednesday ....Oct." 15 2a*u"K>: 001 'I Wednesday ....Oct. 99 Sa^u.*. ?y Oct.25 Werincsdav....Nov 12 ?!SS!i! .2 w?SS2 v:?? S Saturday t>6c. ? y * For freight or Passage p. ftply to lUDvVAIlD il. CLLi.INS * CO.. BROW v H'tIPI^-- Kew V oik. STKPHkVi i" LWerpool. F.IW * CO.. f, A cull B e. WAIN WRIGHT & CO., Paris. The owners of these i ai?le for gold, silver, buillo... sn^jP 'j\.we'Sy0pr? olojsstor.es. or inetzls, nrlens Vhi? iVTfiv' P assa**<? <i>? sas 1 m l-tr 0R#ijGfi & Atnumu nwfn tttcai Boatharn Mail Lin* I ^ * w I c K DAILY tl B.|_'f."*SaT.A''?,,rs SWPPTXOI Beiwwa 4'MhiBsioc fit/ and ilse South! ?o?D;.N8yi,^EM-!iVcNHU5,oAh n 0AN v.l LE GREEMSBOROUGH, n'. C. ' oAil.J TO THM VIRGINIA SPRINGS Leave Washington at ,n o'clock A M Lea?c Waahlngton h' ,, ' p ?? Lcaw AWaudrla at J ? L/."?xaadrla tt H ?. P Antral Railroad, the Cheape t rr.rp Pleas,nt-yd Kxpwiitlou, K note to iHh VIRGINIA SPRINGS !?U bi"' y'nP>J,,r a? i rnnqnier White Jn.p :?r Warm, tin Al?m and CaJ>n Springs ??**1 i A iMb6 Afih WAttONH ?u at A'"opottocM1? t AtsSENGERS ajid f 1?f-'v0 STKAM FR (i HHRGE ^ I A H.. f r A LEX ANJ?R J A, a d!s ^ cf h|, iQi:e?,allowing ample tlmeRHfS' Pe'ie w*10 ,<,a"^n*u?n to Richmond ?5 3n t tt?f Ci 14 00 ih" is?iatonu*h"~1'? ?onte,a,'H?" "V.oT'JTaJTcT"'?4 by ,hl' 'V oarrU d wlthoutco.t ard WA??AOK Klllr id. AmT?"1 "'?'"""'"I sel a r ? EVANS, Algw>t? Alexandria, ^/a. OK HOliRa.-OnlM^r .. > day, ths ?d instant, the Tralas win *" ?x r wWMuvt"1 m Os Sondar et 4^ p m IK ??.'** ?*? Ui 3 aad ai<|i. m. Bin-** ^AESoiii, Af?i, Medicines. ! PILE8-PILEB'PILK>. WE CALL ATTENTION TO ALL WHO are aAicted with this dreadful complaint to the following sworn certificate from one of our most respectable cltlaens, the father-in-law of the proprietor of the ''Courier des Etas Unls," and formerly gunmaker In Philadelphia: N*w Voit, Aug- 26th, IHift. D* Drrara?Dear SirI hereby certify that 1 have been affile ed with the Plies for nearly sixty years, that 1 hive used eighteen bottles of b&rnea' Pile Lotion, find everything else I could here of, but all to no effect, for they did me Utile or no good. A bout two months since, I commenced using your remedies for the Piles, a-d have the happiness to say that they have had the dealrtd effect, having cured me 1 consldei this almost a rmirarle, for I am eighty years of age. I sincere ly recommend them to all afflicted with the above oomplalr.t. P* VALLEL, 78 Franklin st Ptste of New York. ) New Yor* City and County. > I, Joseph C Lawrence, do hereby certify that on the dav of the date hereof, before me personal ly came P. Vallee. to me well known, who, be ing by me duly sworn, did depose and say that the contents cf the forgoing certificate signed by him are true. In wltnees whereof 1 havs subscribed my name, as Commissioner of Deeds and a? a Notary Public of the State of New York, and Lave af fixed mv Notarial Seal at my olfice, In New York, this 2ftth day of August, 1S50 JOSEPH C. LAWRENCE. Commissioner of Deeds a*id Notary Public cf tns State of New York, 87 Wall street, New York We challenge the Medical Faculty of the Unl- j ted States to' produce a certificate equal to the ; above Dr. Duprle's Remedies are tte only ef i fectual cure for Internal Piles. Only 50 cents per , box. Office?70 Nassau street, New York. Will be sent by mail to any part of the United States For sale by FORD A BKO . corner of llth street and Pa ave, Washington* D. C. oc ii BsOli BUY AND SELL FOBSIOH AHD DOMESTIC EXCHATfQE; FUF.NISH DRAFTS Ob all ?art? cf United States and COLLECT DKAFT3 0a all parte of United States and 2 DRAW BILLS OJI IRELAND FOR ?1 OR WPWA*93| BUY AND SELL BONDS, STOCKS, A 07RKR SHC9HI*Hh3j FiEOOTSATk" Tine; PAPER. liTtitnia; ppyiug 10 V and ever, far sale* LAND WARRANTS. We a*e *t nil tl?res Purchasing, and havefoi Sale. LAND WAR RANTSof all denominations Land Warrants located In Iowa, Wisconsin, c> Mion^oto. CHUBB BROTHERS, Jen *J-tJT Banker?!, opposite the Treasnr* ?Of!lA,M * NORFLBV'I NFIV AND CHEAP {AI>3LE, HARNESS AXD TEUSK STQRr, <eveathst .opponiteOdd Follows'Hall. , 4k MLSSUS TOP HAM. lata r.f Philadelphia, and qSJeW^SMORFI.ST - f t i 1 n city., a respe?tTsilly anrounce to Ihcli friends and the public, that they have cora caeuced the Saddling Burners at the above star.d, where they will ir.nke and kerp constantly o* hand a large and superior assortment of?Mens', Ladles', and Boys' SADDLES, BRIDLFS. >1 AR TIN GALES, and WHIPS. HAR N ESS of ?very description, both for city and country use. All kinds cf 1 HUNKS, VALISES, and CAK PKT BAGS. Ladles'SATCHELS, TRAVEL. I INQ CASKF.TS.a&d FANCY WORK BOXES kou?:; blankets, covers, collars, ard HAMES. Hors*,gpoke, and Dust BRUSH ES CARDS, CURRY-COMBS, SPONGES, i*o.,An. | All meterlal u*ed will b;tae be?t that can be obtained; and boih of us having been practical workmen for several years, we feel confident that our work cannot be surpassed, either for style or durability By unremlttirg efforts to glvcsatis fiction we Vopoto merit, and respectfully solicit, ashKTeof public patronage. Particular attention paid to covering <Tn%ks *?!? -?-r?irin?r all kind** of vrc.jk. H?Jdlfrs:tooi3constaatIv orj hacd. *?? 7?ly MANTEL3. NEW AND BEAUTIFUL STYLE. cslnnRfnctnred from Mute Stone, Ity the \yest Cusilrton Slate toamny, Vt. 1M1ESH MANTELS ABE ENAMELLED IN | 1 l-nll itlon ef the richest and most eipensJve F.GYP f IAN, L1SHON . VERD ANTIQUE, PORPHYRY, I Y R EN EES, BROCATELL \, AtiATB, SPANISH H ALWAY, and other rare and desirable MARBLES. The Imitation* are so perfect that they chalen^eth" closest *crutlnv They are so highly polish-a that they retain their b-auty mu h longer thmmtrble; are not Injured by smoko, coal gas, or acids, and can be sold much cheap r than any others In market. Price ranging from ?iii to $12. Architects, Culllers and others are Invited to call and yva;ulun samples at No. 512 Seventh ftre-t, 3 doors below Odd Fellows' Ha'l, up stairs. T. M HANSON, so 12.ly Agent. Proposals for Erecting a Marine Hospital at New Orleans. Louisiana. Trhascbt Dipabtmrnt, Sept. 27, ISS6. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL UK P.F. celved at this department until the '.With day of November, A. D l?3fl, at 12 o'clock at noon, for the construction of the New Orleans marine hos pital according to the plans and speclficatilns pre pared at this department; s<ld proposals to be either for the whole building, or separate for the different kinds of work; bills of parcels should accompany each bid, wltli the amount of each kind of work, and the total amount carried out; the deportment reserving the right to reject or ac cept the proposals hereby Invited, or any parts thereof, when it deeins the interest of the United States requires It; the depaitment al?o reserves the right to exclnde the bids of nny person or per sons whom there is just cause to believe will not I faithfully perform the contract, or which th>*y hare attempted to obtain by indirection ; and ail bids when there shsll be parties In Interest who do not join In the bids, and all hids that, upon la vestirstlor. are below a fair price for the work. Bins wi 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 of work and material*, which shall b-? subject to the r* vision of the department, so that the gross bid I fehiill be equitably apportioned upon the w sole work to guide the department in making pav | mente. [ Mnety p^r cent, of the amount of work done and malerials delivered, acoordliig to contract pric?, Tsald amount to be ascertained by the estl mate or an a^ent of the department, appointed for that purpose,] will be paid from time to time, ca the work progr ases, and ten percent retained until the compleion of tbe contract, and accept ance of the work, Ac , by the agent aforesnld, and bs forfeited in the event of non-fulfilment of contract. Contracta will be awarded only to maattr-bulld ers and mechanics, and the assignment thereof, except tiv consent of the Secretary of th? Treasury will be a forfeiture of the same. Each proposal mast be accompanied by a writ ten guarantee, sigotd ?>y two responsible persons, (e?rtlfl?-d to he so by th* United States district Judge or attorney of the said district,) in tfce sum of for the whole work, ?r of a proportion ate amount if for any part, that the bidder will w^en required, if h s pronosal be accepted, enter into a contract and bond, with proper and suf tlcleut securities for its faithful performance. Plans, specification a, and working drawings can be examined after ten days, and other In formation obtained on application to the depar' mrnt Proposals will at the snmetlme bo recelvtd for a bul dlng similar to that called for by the speci fications, except that the main or exterior walla wLl bg constructed of an Iron veneering, upon Iron fraicea filled in with some non-oonSuctlng euhntance. thus making the structure fire-procF according to a supplement to the sperlficatIons' Persons submitting such proposals will give mi nute details of the mode of f'stening tue vertical and horizontal frames composing the walls - of tilling them; of the style of ornamentation Ac Person* may cubmlt plans for an iron building' of an equil or sium ler size than that called for by the specifications, though conforming genorallv to the shape and plan. 7 Tbe propoosals must be sent to this department addressed to the Secretary of the Treasury' (endorsed ?? Proposals for the New Orleans marine Hospital ") and will be opened at 1 o'clock p m of the last day named for receiving the same In tne presence of the bidders. If any choose to attend JAMhB OL'THKIK ae 2U-2aw<md Secretar? of the Treaaurv. JUST RECElVfD AT THK^TrTu sTc Depot Music from Earo|>e, New York Boa to?, and Philadelphia II Travotore, Veprea'strl lenneiand La Travlada. * ' 1 ocSO VV. O. METZEROTT. DR. THEOD. HANSHANN Has removed his office some houses abov* his old rooms, to No 4?i 7th street west, between D and E street* north neir the General Post Office. OfH.e houra aa before; from 8 to 10 o'clock a. m ? nov 7~flw* NEW TURK HERALD, TRIBCdit Times, News. Express, and Ph'l&delphla Dally Ledger, received tr.d for sale every evening ?t 7 o'clock FERGUSON. nov lJ W Seventh street p.?(i 'HACIKM or CKACKNErXS. a ,Plendl<1 artlcle ???? RING a BUROiMLL. Medicines. DOCTOR HOOFLAHD'8 CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS nirAUs bt Dr. 0. M. JACKSON. Philadelphia, Pa . WilLI??ICTUALLT CC?? LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA IWmD,n?E' ?HR?NIC OR NEB VOUS DE 0 bllltr,Olran of the Kidneys, and all Dls eases arising from a Disordered Liver or Stomach T^* Pr,,Prletor',n calling the attention of the public to this preparation, does so with a feellmr confidence In its virtues and adapt? tion to the diseases for which It is recommended

>. tn(1 nntrled article, but one that has stood the teat o: a ten years' trial before the American people, and its reputation and sale ia unrivalled by any similar preparations eitait InSnSKSK w" 8 favor*lveT1 *>y the most rrom inent and wpiI known physicians and ludlfiduals In all pnr.s of the country is Immense, and a care ful nerusai of the Aimauac, published annually ov the proprietor, and to be had gratis of any of H ' ca5n^1 at satisfy th<? most skeptical .ta^P^SSuH.."1No. #6 Areta R?ADTlIK FOLLOWING: r). r \f?t?~wTOW*,: Va ?Aufnwt?Ji8SB. !L l)cirMr:?Th<? cnimi a# the OKters are increasing, and what sp-aks vol umes in their favor it that all who have'uvdt w apeak highly of their effects No VSSSSt! ti?t IntmdTf" " Bt"n#>ral satisfaction, and the de mand for It exceeds all precedent- and I ..,n? ?? p'?-ur?to?n P )no loader s**owl it it k*.* ?_n J P?:uSi to -taowwrfi" uSSSc iSS"SSSK greatrr pattof th-Mn oave had n?S,?f' Sclent co lay aside tneir prejudlci ? andpramfe It in their practice. Respwtfully yours ^F. M. C HA LP AN* For sale bv ?tor*keei?e" and drairirUihi in *?r? ssssfaaEF""1'- u-"?^ <*"'3 AYER'S PILL3. for all thb PURPOSES OP A , FAMILY PHYSIC. rPHI-.RK HAS LONG EXISTED A PUBLIC eould *" em*trv* Purgative Pill whlct, S'f ilon 8Kre a"d P^rfPCtly safe In its demand ?nd . bT" Pr-P?"* to meet that aemana, nnd on extensive trial of its virtue co.cl.,.l.,,7 ,how, with whatauciSan^'S* It is easy to make easy to make the best a . .. . should have none nf the TV i kIJ? a tJie Edvantage.s of every other rJls ir^T,n,atteinP^ hor?."!'d with wha* sue' d,-dsTonW lJ trC(^CtfUlJy SublRlt t0 lhe public tnZr^.v, ! h,as beea nn'ortunate for the patient b theno that almost every purgative medicine !a ?9C?rn ?fl8 dn? i.r to&e bowels. This nain^r,^ y.?( theni Prod,>ce so much grip'n? pain and revulsion in the system as to more than yrr^ncc 15? pood to derlved TTorr them u a?T^ , produce no irritation or pain, unless de^n^^r"? <a existing obstruction or i bowels Being purely vera* table, no harm can arise from their use in anv S* t^kon't ,l,s^etter tban any medicine should r?? Tr ^ u," T M,rlute directions for their nMr,hi*e 56V,eral diseases to which tbeyareap EllSnS wMT ?"^e ^ Among the com , p.alnts which have been speedily cured by them ^rmwTent,.??n L.,VV ComPlalnt In its various 1 of Tonf,n^nd f:,1 ? languor and Loss hLh III u'n. Irritability, B lions Bl,1?nfs I!ever' Fever and Ague. 1'aln ' h .? fh an Lo,ns for ln truth, all these are i!ir V?9^*,8" of action of tne iiTu.r tn?" "P^'^nt, they afford prompt and sure reiief In Convene**, piles, Colic, Dv-enterv I ??;\1?or?f",a &nfi Scurvy, Cclds, wlthscre 7? and impurity of the live is re^ifr?? an7 a?d C88e Wh*Te u purgi ! ??ol h:,vc,B'*? rrodweed some singularly buo . cessfulcurcr ia Rheumatism.Gont,Bropsy (ir?v ' file Ea'k Cl"' i,ali5:atl?n tac H^^aln? in ? >ie Back, S.oraach and Side. Th? v shovlrl ta, * i"1 ihe *PrlDK ?t t'ae year, to purify $ Jisori ?1[i f???,th" 'VK-.cm for die cWge ^ '' ^ccaslonpl do^e stln-jlates the tile ?;?"ealt^1?action, and r?tor?- theapr e Sei-htfrnTift??" ?. 71' r;fy t1je bl,,ot?' an^ b>' 0-1. . tim.uai.t action on lue clrculatorv ?vKtfr?i isfi n/??! energies or th<? whole orKan ivvn an "^Mlonal do.?e is advaniageouu un d? Tnou* de/"?!'ement eiists, but rn:^rtt/ru n r,g "uouhl Vf y*T he carried too sfrenf.!h P'l/vatlve rn-d?c?ne reduces ttt 1 CA^Yn'Jh^V1, , . l? *xrc*n The thous-ud 1 m^ratid herl h ?P ^Mc '9 '^quired cannot be enn - re^on out they suggest themselves to hf lTeved iMm ?.tiry u?dy; an? U 18 conlldently be ueved this pi)i will answer a better purws#. thTr y which has hitherto been a^allHblet^' K? VV hen their virtues are once know," the Public wlil no longer doubt what rpm^u tr, 'mAzW,h'n awd of ? oatharUc medir?ne 10 ?n^ > ^ PU^ar ^r^pped they are pleasant to tnke fromS? npUfly can ?? rrom th^l. use ln any quantity. Boior directions see the wrapper on the P2BPASBD BT PA^^PTr^^?1JA:,1E, C* **ER, / h ATTIC AL t ANALYTICAL CHEMIST o n. LOWELL, MASS. Pnce 25 Cestg p9r Bor Five Boxes for tl 0? 4id^VD^MAN' wuuinnpriy unown wjiu wqi pllshes the purpose designed, a physical Fill, but not so eai o: all Pills?one which shcul rKIVATZ MEDICAL TilKATISfc o?* ?aa FniLOSOPLKO?I, VIEWOy MAEBIA01; *T M. S. LA CROIX, M? D*t ALBANY, N. VM 151 7?jii ??d 130 Fin*, Pl*in,m*d 9?lt*4 Litk ^graphs mnd f?.T?B 9HLT fWBKTT-l'lVB ClMTB. Beat Free of Postage to all parts of the Valem. (CHEAPEST BOOK EVER PUBLISHED? J and containing nearly double the quantify of rend ing matter ln that of the FIFTY CKN r OR DOL LAR PUBLICATIONS. It trer.tn on the PH YBIOL OUY OF HAUR1AOE, and the Secret Infirmities and Blat rdsr of Y octh uud Maturity, resuiUrg Ironwci cesfces, which dnsircy tne physical and mcc.tai pow ers. with Observations on - ? , Marriage, Its duties and dlsnusl'ftcstlons, an< theirrensedles: with Lithographs, Illustrating the Aaatr,u,y and Physiology, and Biaeaseaof the Re productive Organs of both sext*, their structure use*. ;ud functions. A popular and oomprehea slve Trectlae on the Duties and Causaltles of sin. gle sjnI r-.arriedlife?happy aod fruitful alliances made of toeurlBg then?lnfalloito?is and lnfertfh oue*?their obvialioa and reiaoral ?im porta a hint:tr< s;. fee coi Uuap!atiug matrimony, thatwll! ?varacKO ohjictioas to *t; n:ine. however, L'houli take this Important siepwithoutflrstcorsuitla^lti pages- csai.-itealariee oa the diseases and medi^a: treatment cI female* frau lafancy to old ags,eaci sase rra"?h (.aliy illusTratel bv beautiful i*thrgr&. Bhlc "plaies?aervons debility, its causes and sute by a proc;*?s at oace bo nlBsple, safe, and effect i;i. that ra'.luraJsl.-xnosslble?iTiles for dally maaa^ nsaat?a t e?ia/ on Ppcrmaiorrhon, with practiu i rb*^fvsiiO:U 02 the safer a.tdinoresucoMnnl modi of treat^e^t?procaullnaary hints on the evils re suitingtrr.TH empirical practice?an essay on al iisoase^arls'sg from laliisretloa, with plalaaa^ simple rules by which all persons oan cure them selves without mercury?remedlos for those self Indicted miseries and disappointed hopes so ua> a , ? a . wvMimviiu1 od to persons entertaining secret doubts of tbeli physical condition, and who are conscious of hav ing haxarded the health, happiness, and prlvllegei to which ever? human being Is entitled. Price TWENTY-FIVE CENTS per oopy,oi Five Conies for One Dollar. Mailed, free of post age, to all parts of the United States N. B.?Those who prefer may eoasult Dr. LJ CROIX upon any of the diseases upon which thli book treats, either personally or by mall. Medi cine sent to any part af the Union according to di rections, safely packed and carefully secured from all observation. Address Dr. M. B LA CROIX, No. 31 Mai del Lane, or Post Ofloe Box 57? Albany, N. Y. Office open dally .from 8amto?pmaad oa Sunday from 3 until 5 p m. ITT Office REMOVED from Ne. M Beavar si to 31 Af?td<? Lsmm, Ntw Tsrfc. do?*9-ly SiO 000 PEtl'H TREES. ATTKN DOLLARS PER HUNDRED?FOR sale at my Nursery, near Washington flA The above trees are all of fine growth, and^W of the best select fruit *"? Als->,s general assortment of ORNAMENTAL, EVERGREEN,SHADE, andFRDIT TREKS ocitt tf JOSHUA PE1RCB DR.. DUPRIE'S REMEDIES are the only effectual curs for External or Internal Piles, Saltrhrum, Ring-Worm. Ac. They are unrival led for purifying ths blood. fO cents per box Office 70 Nassau street, New York. Will be sent by mall. For sale by FORD k RffO , aorner of llth st. aad Penn. avoaoO. oofll Miscellaneous. TO ALL THA T VALUE THEIR 81QH T JOmT\ ^ /^TOBIA8> WISHES TO CALL TUB ATTENTION to all that suffer with defective sight, caoMd by age, sickness, and particularly from glasses inh.dlcionaly selected, to hie so per lot SPECTACLES and G LASSES carefully ground by himself to a true spherical accuracy, and bril liant transparency, suited precisely and benefi cially te tbe weerer according to the concavity or convexity of the eye. Very numerous are tbe til effects caused to the precious organ of sight Iron; tbe commencement of using glasses In no* being precisely suited, by the use of an Optonuttr; and the practice of many years enables nim to meas ure the focal disease of the eyes, and such glass es that are absoiately required will be furnished with precision and satisfaction. JOHN TOBIAS acknowledges tbe very llfee ral encouragement already obtained, and further solicits the patronage of those that have not yet availed '.hemselves of his aid Person* that cannot conveniently c*H, by send ing the glasses in use, and state bow many Inch es they can read th's print with their spectacles, can be supplied with such as will improve their sight, innumerable testimonials to be seen; and ref erences given to many who have derived the greatest ease and oomfort from his glasses. Circulars to be h?d gratis, at his office, No. ftia SEVENTH STREET, thru dcors from Odd Fellowt* Hall, vr stairs. Norfolk, September 7, lfiM. Sir?The Spectacles you mads for me suit ver> well, and seem to have improved my bight mow tha^ any other 1 have lately tried. LITT. W. TAZKWBLL I have tried a pair of Spectacles obtained from Mr. Tobias, and find them of great assistance tc my sight, and corresponding with his description of the focus, i recommend nim as a skillful op tician. HENRY A. WISH. Having been induced by a friend to visit the es tablishment of Mr. Tobias for tbe purpose of try lac bis glasses, I was furnished V>y nim with a pair slightly eolored blue, which nave afforded me more relief and gratification than any 1 have ever tried. My sight, originally very good, was injured by wilting and reading at night. fre quently to a very lele hour; but with the aid of fnese glasees I can study almost as late as ever, and that too without tbe rcJn I have previously siflfcred. JOHN WILSON. Late Commissioner Sec'1 Land Office. Dccembcr 11, law. I have ured Mr. Tobias's Spectacles for three or four mor.ths, and take great pleasure ta say ing that I em much pleased vrltn them. 1 have *?eeR much benefitted by tbem. May 5th,l?6t. 6EOK. P. BCAKBfMfl. 1 was recommended to Mr. John Tobias as a skillful optician; atd as I have eyes of remark allc peculiarity, I was gratified to find that Mr. Tobias seemed to comprehend them by inspec tion^ and some slight measurement, and he baa made n.c a pair of Spectacles that suits ms ad mirably. A. P. BIILBR. July 11, IBM. VVILMIKSTON, N.C., Jan. 87,1864 Mr. J Tmbias: Dear Sir?1 am happy to aay that the Spectacles which 1 obtained from you last week are entirely aatiafactory. From an inequal ity in the vltuial range of m> eyes, I have hereto found great difficulty In getting glasses of the proper focal distance It affords me pleasnre to state that, by tbe aid of your optometer, this diffi 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, & B DFANE. Rector of St James' Parish. DsrARTMiNT or Iktbriok, May 7, MIC. From natural defects and the unequal range of my eyes. I have been compelled to use glasses for several years I hare tried difivrent opticians without obtaining glasses perfectly fitted to my ?yea. hour moi.ths h'.b>'c Mr. Tobias made two pairs especially for me. which I have found to serve me perfectly liy the u^e c-f his optometer he is eaab ed to adapt Glasses minutely to the eye i mostcheerfuly recommend Mr. Toblaa to all having occasien to use glasses and bear my testi mony as to his skill as an optician HENRY E. BALDWIN, Assist Sec'y to sign Land Warrants. P. S.?OPERA GLASSES of great var'^ty TELESCOPES A MICROSCOPES, WAT? H MAKER GLASSES, and many other article^ In this line at very low prices oo:.staatly on Laud Jy l B-1 v NEW AKKANOEHENTS. TIIE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY Inform their customers a- d the public In gen eriV thst they have thoroughly renovated their establish ment and added thereto a very large cel lar, so as to !*? enabled to kesp a large supply of their superior PORTER er.d ALE on band, ard expect daily to receive a supplr of I'ht adelpfcia and Troy Draught Ale. which will be sold at a ?mill adv rce, fofr cash cnly. We also eapeet dally 50 bbls of New Jersey Champagne Cider, o pure article. Alwtva on hand, a large supply of Turner A Brothers line Liquors, vlx: Blackberry, Ra?p barry, Strawberry, Cherry and Singer Brandies ; Ginger Wine; Stomach and 8t> iighton Bitten; Absenthe. Curacoa. and other Cordials Dr Wheeler's Tonic Sfcerry Wine Blttars, for which we are sole agents As usual, a la roe supply of Mineral W alar bottled 1'ortsr and Ale on hand ARNY A SHINN, Cnlon Bottling Depot. 5? Grwen street, nQ7 4- Georgetown, D. C. HATS! HATS! CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL supply of BEEBl'.'S ?! h ? - NEW YORK STYLES. supply of BEEBl'.'S VORK STYLES. together with TAYLOR'S HATS, of BALTI M O R E The best black dress HATS gtK up in the latest style for S3.51). as good as those usually sold at *5: and a good fashion able Hat at S3, worth S4; and a first-rate Hat, 9'2 50. The best materials and the best wor- ?> ansfclo H employed to produce a S5 Hat, which Is roll fr>t S3 54. We do a cash business, n.eet with no los ses, but give each customer full vatue for his money. Felt Haw unusually low. N .B Agent for Drlsroll's BaJra of a Thousand Flowers. Price 26 cents per bottle. ANTHONY, 7th street, near Pa ayenue, Ageal for a New York Hat Company. GREAT HEyi'tTIO.I IN THE PllICF OF BOOTS AITD GAITERS I HAVE ON COMMISSION, FOR A PH1L adelphla manu facturer, a fl-st rate Sewed or Pegged Calf-Skin BOOT at S3.82, full as good as those usually sold at S5 or *6; a ad a French Calf Patent Leather GAITER at $3.50, as good as any atf5; a first rate Calf Galteratf? 50, these are the best goods that Is (or ever were) sold In the District for the price; for the F>roof, come and see , ? or yourself. Terms positively cash. No extrs Srofit charged to offset bad debts. Call at the JEW YOKE. HAT STORM, Seventa street, near Pennsylvania avenue, m <4 tf ANTHONY, Agent_ \EW AND ATTRACTIVE NOVELS ? 11 Raising the Veil, or Scenes In the Courts; by Ball Fenu*r Embellished with portraits of Po lice Court Officers SI Carrie Emerson, ir Llfeln CllQonville i by Mrs. C. A. Hayden. f 1 Walter March, Sboepoe Recollections; by Ma jor March. SI Boston Common ; Tale of our Own Times ; by a Lady. Si *5 Althe, or Spells from tbo Strand , by Mr* Ads M Field SI Kate Stanton, a Page from Real Life SI Dora Grafton, or every cloudha* a sliver 11blag SI Ambition ; Kate Willie SI Kambles In Eastern Asia, Including China and Manilla, during several yearl' residence; with notes of the voysge to Chins, eieurslons in Man illa, Hong Kong, Ac.; by L Bail, M. D , second edition SI,25, Just published, and for sale at TAYLOR A MAURY'S Bookstore, oc 94 Pern awe., near 9th street. ANTHONY Bl'CULT, UNDERTAKES, Vhop and Besidonoo Fo 803 Penn'a avenue, ?oath aide, between 9th and 10th ita. Having provided himself witb sb ELEOANT HEARSE,. aad all necessary conveniences for I properly conducting hie business, 1 would respectfully inform the public that he li fully prepared to fill all orders eatrusted to him at the shortest notice, and tn the best manner. A large supply of READY-MADE COFFlNt of all size*, always on hand, which will be fur aished on the most reasonable terms. As heretofore, no pains will be spared to givr entire satisfaction on all oooasions. N. B.?Residing on the premises, orders wit' be promptly attended to at all hoa rs feb 7-ty *TEW STYLES CIGAR CASKS, PORTS Miscellaneon*. PrtpoaaU for tarnishing the Paper tor tbo Fablic Printing OWICI St???*1IT?W?S*T Pr?tT<- r*TflTlKO. Wasblngt' n. f ?rt- bet I, ifcflR IN rURSUANCK OF TUK I K t>V If IO.NS of the ?' Art to provide for eaeouting the pu Wic printing,-' Ae., approved Aogvst* -W .?cled proposals will be recclvtd at ihi* > floe, in the Capliol. until the 8rM Mocdey (1st day) < f D* ?ember neat. at twelve o clock an . forfu'-lab'.rw* th? paper tbet may be required fcr tte public printing for the year commencing on tte l?t day of December. I'w, and ending ou tLe Ut do? of I>ecember. lftST. The rubjoiaed llat specifies. sa nearly in can be aacertalned, the quantity, quality, and d?**orlp ttoo of each kind of pape r (hat will be required : Class I. mm fine printing paper, uncaler.dered, to mean-,ire 24 bv ? Inches. and to weigh forty-five rounds totl e ntmtf 4K> eheeo CLaaa 11. 4,000 reema fine printing rep'V, calendered, to meaaore *4 by W Inches, ar d to weigh fif y-slx pound* to tbe ream of 4e? sheet*. Clmi III. 5/XKt reams super tne slxtd atwl oaWwlemi, printing paper,te ineeMirek4 b\ * inches, and to w?i( L tlty-lvo potiodt to the ream of 4S0 f-heee*. Class IV. 300 ream* snp^rflce bard-alsed and calendered printing paper, to meestireVI by 3* Inehe-, and to weigh f'*ty-elght pounds to tbe ream of ifcO ?b?ete. Class V. 1,000 reams anperftne aland and calendered m?p paper of *och fixes an may be requited, corresponds g 1n weight with paper measuring ltfbv 94 Inches. and welching twenty pound* per ream of 4d0 sheets Class VI 90V rt-ama su pre flue plute paper, (calendered or uncalsndered. as roav oe required ) 1# br Nnht aa Ui inchea, and of *och wel ht aa mey be required. The libra of the p-epo* uf each of the above r)??- to be of linen and cotton, free frou. ail adulteration with mineral or otbar aubstsncee, of a fair whiteness. and put up In quires of twenfy four sheets each, and in bundle* of two ream* each, each ream to contain 4M> pe-fect sb'et* Uniformity In color, thieknees. and weight will be required; and no bundle (exclusive of wrap per-.) varying cv*r cr under flve per cent. from tte stardard weight will be received, and the ero?9 weight will In all ca*ew be n quired Mix ing of various tblckm"?r*-* In the same buodle to make up the weight will be considered a viola tion of the contract. Cftae* VII No. 1?1 ,?00 ream8 quaito poat writing paper No 2?t ??00 44 fiatcap " A No 3? 5M? n dtmv ?4 ?* No 4-9WO ?? fo'.lo po-t '? " No 5? tW 44 medium " " <V? 6?? ?? royal ?? ?? No 7? 60 " auperro^al 44 44 Ma. I? 50 Imperial ? ?' No 100 '? colond medium, (<i**?rud ) Clam Vlll. No 1?5,WC'reama wrl'lng paper, 18 by'* ir.cbca, to weigh taren'y-elght poucdA per team. No. U?8,100 reauifr writing paper. It by45 Inchea, U> weigh :wt?ity-Blx pouadb per ream. No. 8?100 rwtta wrltln? paper, 16 by Inchea, to weigh twenty-four pounda per reem. No. 4?140 reams writing papr-r,lH br 1? ircbe*, to weigh twtnty-two pounds per rcaui No 5?4U0 roams writing paper, 19 by lr-incbea, to wei^h twelve pound.*' per team. AH the p?pe?a designated in cla^eea 7 and *? are to b? m:de of the best material*, free from adul tera'.lon, and flr.lrhed in tbe btat marncr 1 he piprrs in 7 are to be white or b ue, of the regular etandard Bltta of the reepective kind", ar.d of fuch weights u may be r?qulred by tbla cfice ; thcte in ciass b are to be white, and of the flr? s tod welchte In 'be ac.hcduie. Tte rigbt la reserved of crdt^ing a greater or leas qjantityof each and ? very kind contracted for. atFU'h times ar.d In such quantities aa the publlr ?rvlce may require h a' L claes will be contidered separa'eiy, and be *nbject tc a separate contract; t ut bidd? n- n av efftr far one cr u.cre < f the e rawa In the seme proposal; and tho privilege Is ret-crved of reqalr lng a bidder who may have more th .n ore c.a/a a.-^vned tim to take all such ciaeies.of fcrfeit hie right to any ciaes. Sample* (not le?s than cne qnlre) of e?cb kind of faprrbiafor, an 1 but cm* tample f?r tark kin/f, mvt acct'mpeny each bl^ j atd In olassea 7 and }, be numbered to correvpond with tbe number of the paper pr posed for in the schedule and. in tLe fir?t t lz clissee, to be pre perl y dtiu nated on the sample, cr it wlil ct.t % c coi^ldered. All propftialstcd sample* murt be t?msn.lued to this ottce free of postage or other txperise Kr.ch proposal muxt bes gnedbv tte Individual cr flun making it, ar.d n.u-t specify the price per pound (and but one price for each) of eveiv r ind of p?j*-r contained In the cits* rropesed for All the paper in the s; vtral clj?+ef mwt he de livered at such pla*-* paces ts msy be desig r.a'ed in Wrahlrgton city, In good ordT. free of all and every extra charge' or expense, andrubfect to the Inspection, count weittnt, and measure ment of the Superintendent, tnd In all re* pec is satisfactory. Illank forma for propomla will be furnished at this ofllce to persor s applying for tl em ; end none will be taken lr.to consideration unleaa rvbstantl allv agreeing therewith. ttords, with approved aernrlUes, will be re quired j and tka supplying of an Lnft*lor article In any of the classes, or a f dlure to supply ha quai!;lty requlrwl at any time, will be conaidertd a violation of he contract Kach bidder is required to furnish with bla pro posals satisfactory evidence of bla ability loexe oute them; and propo a sunaccompanied by r4?ch evidence wlii be rejected. Tbe prcnoraJk will be opened in the mnnner *e qnlied dv law "<41 the flrst Tuesday after the flr?t fcomlay In December'' next, (9d.) at 10 o'clock, a in , at tbe ofllce of tbe Superintendent Proposals wlU be addressed to the "Superinten dent of the Public Printing. Capitol of the (j nlted States, Washington," and endorsed "Prowwal* for supplying Paper.*' A G SEAMAN. Scperlntw.dent of tne Public Prlnttna oe l-9aw0w TrcpotaU for Erecting ifce Ctutom-Kouee Ac., at George 1 cwn D C Tnr.A?vav L'xfartmisi. > September *4, lfrflt S SklALtO) i'ROPOSAl.fe VVII.I. UK KK celved at this department ictll the %2d day of Novevber, A. D lr?<f, at IS o'clock at r.oo?, for the conatructlon of *be Georgetown MlMkNH and post office according to the plans ard peclfl catior.s prepared at thia dei r.r meet; Mid propo sal* to be either for '.he whole bulidicg. er repar rate for the diffcect k'nda of work : bills of par cels snoula aecompa iy each bid. with tne amount of each kind of work, ar.d the total amount carried out; the department re se 1 tte ncnt to reject or accept tne proposals hereby Invited, or any parts thereof, when it deems the Interest of tbe United States requires it; the department alao re serves the right to excludc the bids ? f any person or persons whom there is just cause to believe will not faithfully jerform the contrarts, or which they have attempted to obtain by Indirection , and *11 bid* when there shall be parties in Interest who do not join In tbe bids, and all blda that, upon Investigation, are below a fair price for the were Bids will be received In grosa. at the option of the bidders; but no contract will be awarded to such bidders until details are furnished the de partment of the prices of the different klnda of work and materials, which shall be subject to tbe revision of the department, so that the gross bid shall be ea ultably apportioned upon tbe whole work to guide the department In making pay ments. Nicety per cent, of the amount of work done and materials delivered, according to contract price (aald amount to be ascertained by the eaalmate of an agent of the department, appointed for that purpose,) will be paid from time to time, aathe work progresses, and ten per cent re alned until the completion of the contract, and acceptance of the wore. Ac , by the agent aforasald. and be forfeited In the event ornon-fulfillment of con tract. Ce*tr?eta will be awarded only to master build ers bud mechanics, end the assignment thereof, except bv consent of the Secretary of the Treesu ? ry. will be a lorfelture of the ss?. Each proposal must be accompanied by a writ ten guarantee.signed by two responsible person* (certified to be so by the United States district Judge or attorney of the said district.) In tbe ?nm of 96,000, for the whole work, or of a proportionate amount. If for any pait that the bidder will, when required. If bla proposal be accepted, enter into a contract and bond, with proper anasuAcleot sec urlties for its faithful performance. Plans, sped lent lor a, and working drawlnga ean be examined after thirty days, and other in formation obtained on application to the depart ment The proposals must be sent to this department, addressed to the Secretary of the Treasury, (en dorsed "Proposals for tbe Georgetown Custom Housa, Ac '') ai d will be opened at 1 o'clocA, p. m , of the last day named for receiving the san>e JAMK9 GUTBR ae'i4-liawf0<iav* Secretary of the Treasury. V. J. WOODWARD * CO , UNDFKTAKKKS, CA1UNL 1 MAkKK?, A t 0RN1TURK DKALKK.-, ? I* j will keep constantly on hard a*9VW^ large and choice supply of all kinds m Fumltnre. ?nehaa Bureaus, Softs, Chairs. Mattresses fie Special attention w 11 be paid to th*- Dade-uk lng bu?ines?; and all orde slefi .it our N? ?7 High street, Georgetown, will be itterded to with great Care and promptitude oct^-lm RATION imk.IWu* Cor** Washington Stock for sale at OHVBtf UftVTHfclB fHHLPORj