Newspaper of Evening Star, January 29, 1857, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated January 29, 1857 Page 1
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TH^ SV2SING ST.* S It PUBLISHED EVEKY AFIEKIOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) AT THK STAR BUILDING?. C?r?4r ?/ Ptnmtplvami mrenui and ll'A strict, By W. D WALLACE, and 1* served to subscriber* by carriers at SIX AND A <4U aR I'fcK CENT?4, payable weekly to the Agents ; paper* served In packages at 37V4 cents per month To mall aubscrlbsrs the sub scription price Is THK EE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENT* a year ??sdrss<-?,T WO DOLLARS for six month*, and U.Mfc DOLLAR for three months; for less than three months at the rate of 12)4 cents a week SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. FX. WASHINGTON, D. C. THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1857. ISO. 1,259. TKS WEKKI.T K?Ar, lh!? sicellent Family and News Joa.nal laming a greater variety of lnteraatlag reading than can be found In any other?Is published *a Saturday morning ?i , T?an* Single copy, per annum 1 Hi to CLras. LIT copies * on Ten copies c Ou Twenty ooplea (K Cash, lavAausLT m advamcb. ?t C0.Pl<* On wrappers) can be procured i?? after the Issue of the Parer Price?Thrib Casts PosTM*?taa? who act as areata will be allow* d a raniintsslcn cf twenty per cent. KffEU'S P1TK1T 9TEA>1 E161.1K. T H_f,9.E IMPROVED ENGINES (FOR A which patents have been granted and first f/'f? ?War^'*I to the Inventor, both in the United states and Europe.) continue to give su^h satisfaction, on aecount of their simplicity and economy, that w? have now established an extensive minnfactory, a*d are prepared tode liver at the shortest notice engines from two horse power and upwards. The#e entices have been accurately tested, and nave shown an economy of twenty per cent in fuel, acd about the same in oil and repairs. This sivlng it effected by letting the steam In and out both sides of the cylinder through large openings removing the pressure from the valve and allow ing no Steam to escape or exhaust ftom the pas. sage* eicept from the cylinder alone ; also bv re duclng the weight and friction to about half that of the ordinary engines. We place the smaller Eliea upon an improved boiler wltb all the pipes attached, and the whole mounted with small wheels convenient to ship to any part of the country, ai:d to avoid the necessity of an experi enced engineer u start them, they are all t?Tted before leaving the factory. Keed'a fatent Steam Pumpsart? alsocoming !n 1,1 ,nl"f!4' *n(i for upplyloir boilers, wh're they are bow giving great satisfaction They are preferred to any la use because of tue.r compactness and simplicity. 1 beat engines ajid pumps may be seen in opera tion, or further laf.rnntlo i ha,l. by calling or ad KEK1> A BlRKBECK, Jaq U-Im S/5 .Maiden L*ue, M. y SUITAULK KU K OHKIST Al \S AN ii NK W ftAKV PRKSENIS. JOHN H 8VOOT, No 119 SOUTH 9IDK Hrld^e street. Georgetown, D. c , has received a grest variety of usefal and seasonable GOOD-* to which he invites the attention of both ladles and gentlemen who may wish to make a Christ mas and New Years' Present. EMBROIDERIES. Hlch worked Ctubrtc (hilars and Slieves) Do do .Muslin do do Do do Muslin and Cambric Collars A great variety (low priced) do Worked Linen Sets and Linen do Rich worked Muslin Sleeves Black and white Lace Sets and Collars Worked '.arnbrlc and Muslin Bands KmbroMe'ed Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs Hemstitched, tucked and plain do Black Chantllla and French Lace Veils Worked, quilted and feooped Skirts. ALSO ? Moire Antique, Emoroide.ed, Satla and other Cloaks Double and single Brocha and other Shawls K'.co Fancy and Black tuiks Frenca Merinos, plaid Merinos Plain and printed Moos L'delalnes Best Paris Kid Gloves, all njmbers Kid and Back Gauntlets Ladies, gent's and children's Warm Glovaa Do Hosiery, of every kind Portmonnaies, and ladici' Cabas Gent,. Linen, Oamwica .d silk P.cket Handkfs Hlack and fancy Silk Cravat*. S'.arfs and Ties toents Shawls. Merino a-ii Woolen Scarfs Children's Knit TiIiiim and Hoods 1^", gents aad boys' Comforts, Ac with maay other desirable good* which will b?? ?>1<1 low to eisb or ppHiUpt cistorn-ps d<c a~ J H SMOOT K ATM! HATS X (]onsianklv o ft hand a full supply of BEEBE'S NEW YORK STYLES, together with I AY LOR 'a H A T S , of BALTI MORE The best black dress HATS got up la the latest style for 8 * 50, a* good as those usually sold ?t 8i; and 3 good fasaion able Hat at 8J, worth 81; and a flrst-rate Hat, 82 SO. - . The best materials and tae best wjr* aashlp I* ??S,t10yeil0/T0lac*a Hat' Wolch ,s ?"'<* '<>' ? J w. We do a cj,,, business, meet with no los ?es, bat gxve each customer full value for hit nsuev. Felt Hata unjsaallvlow N B Agent fur OnscolI's OaJm of a Thousand h lowers Price 23 cents per battle. ANTHON Y, 7th street, near Pa aveaae twi for a .Sew York Hit Company."'sift? CillNA, OL ASS ilj <|l t?EN4 WAKE. fR i: MILLER, SON A CO Importers direct from Liverpool 1 fi_' Alexandria, beg ler?.ve to call the at-^J' tentlou of dealers, hotel keepers and of Washington and Georgetown to their stock of WOODS, which, for extent and variety favorably w"bany establishment In the Kastern cltlei. *h? connexion of their senior partner with the manufacturers of Europe and the United States .or upward* of U years, has glvi* hlmadvan Uges in the parchaie of goods, equal, If not sup. Hor, to any house in thi trade An Inspection of goods and prices will satisfy all parties that pur chases can be made of them upon the in >st favor able terms French China Dinner Sots, gilt and d-sorated * reot Dmae: Set.-, gold band ar.d plain white French China Vases, Pitcher#, Toilet Seta, Ac. * reach China Tea Sets, Cups and Saucers, and other articles of Teaware Aad Dinner Ware, separate from seta India China Dluuer Sets, separate articles al wiy? on ha id White Granite ware in every variety, In sets, aad separate frooi sets, as may be dealred Blue Printed or Liverpool Ware, the same Com?oa Ld-ed, White aad Rockingham Ware. In full ?upply n ' Cut, Pressed, Plain aal Moulds Glass Wee from the bed establishments In the Eastern and Wester 1 States. which will be sold by the pack age or other arise 1 ^ Experience! pa-,kera employed Goida put np by us can ?e transported by any mode without ?NUip :'J? ,?eiTT'butH ,roni Washington to A.exandria. almost hoariy, cents each way A Quarter of a dollar thus' spent m.y save uu/y dec I ? 1 HtKH'l Xxprovtfd Bowing ??achia?*. To waicti vraj gract?d tisHi^heat Award of tt# Pant ^ihibiiioa, thsroby r9c#ivinR thm ITneM'. 1a :/i. ? a <?*is inereoy r^c the Wor'.i't Verdict of Saperiority. IlliL 1M ctilna hi aadthf1^ ate IM PRO VEME.MTS IN THIS MA ?A ctilna habslmpaked them la many re^pecia, f. >p ?t?l?>of exwr:tir.^ twice tht amount L tl 1 4 9 r ml u m I ? ? I ? a a. .n.ipni'oitiiv nr.-twicetheauioi or W'.rt they did formerly l& any givea tlma. They j-jwitaoot {U^stlon the only Machines ca pable of .vId* every variety of good- perfect, a ? hlri ooaom or h-avy trace for barnese ctn be ?ewi. by auy of these :ua ihln??s by a sliuplechan*e ?t n?jd.e and three.d la such a maaner that tut alosest aoru^ny caaaot detect a fault. fanallie? will find w Fi? . * *xi* Machines to purchase, as they ^o^ofc.T? 114 4ur*ble' ? bl Jdfa^ ial."c'aWrou^ J;aUera*,U#lko4?101 ? a^isVd ^ttthfl'lfcw,i0ra, Ult''Ao > ??Mlantly 01 y4la, At tOC /dtji. Persondtslroua of;aJoi"aiitloa re/ardla* Saw. (ag Machlxea w.n pie^ae addreaa ^ I. *. SINGER A CO lt3 Baltimore ?treet, Baltliaora ti B -We ar^ prepared to eich-inge these rai. cklaes lot oid machines of any kina r.,,.. hj afeil^r lawuujj uud-r the pretext of u?tV. ?ke^p. wl<: dad a teaeatladced. aaar )?? ly SJAWTBLS. iji.WO BSAUT1VUL L'TTLE. Man .;a..urad Iran Slate fciaue, ay tua Wt.i tsitliUa slelt < oaapany, %i. 'pii E- K M AN f ELS AUE 11 X A MKLLKIi I A iiQitittua of the rl .heat and most eto^ns.*e MVITIAM, LISBm.M VEKD ANTI^UK. r??KfJVKY, PYRrlNKKS, BROITATMLLA, A**A I'M, JI'ANISd OALWA Vf auA other (&<e sal drjl, i,;t MA UBLKS Imitations are so perfect thit they cbale..;?etn? closest scrjtlay 8hey are w uly polished lull they retain their oeaatv in i *.u loa/er tbta oa\ri>Ut; are not lajured by smoke, coal gas, ur acids, end can be sold much ebi-ip >r tha 1 any rtheis la iu iiket. Price ram^lny fro a 8ltt to tl i Architects, tialldc-rs and others are Invited oau ad Ctaiuiae satu^i^. at No 5lt Seventh street, ad^ors below .?M Keliuws' Hall, up ?uu" , V M HANSON, ?M-fr A^il "AS K'tTlHM, RM MILLEK, SON A t;<? A LEA AN s drla, Va , keep constantly on bar.d a hand some variety of CHANDELIERS, PENDANTS BKACKETS, Ac , from tb- celebrate factory of Cocaellus A Baker, which they will K'mmnt^e to ?all at the ?am? prices charged to private pur chasers at the salerooms on Chestnut -treet Phll r.delphla. Also, Drop-lights, Cut tolasa and Oecorated Paper Shades, In great variety Call and eaamine for youiseives 4^ j_ Proposals for Erecting the Marine Hospital at Burlington, Iowa. Triarchy Department. ) Washimoios. December IB, 1856. ) IJROPOSALS WILL B* RECEIVED ATTliltf deiartmunt until the l'Jth Jay of February, A. D 1H5T, a*, 9 o'clock a. m , for th3 construction of the Marine Hospital authorized to be erected a* Burliiuton, Iowa, according to the plans anJ tpeci fi:a'ioiio prepared a: ibie department; ?a d pmpota's to b* "ither or tin' whole l>jUd>n: or sepa'a e tor the different kin4s of w.rk; bills of jarjelg must in every va*e aecrmpa:iy ?a~h Lid, with the amount of eah kind ol' worn, aod the total am->uiit carried ou! ; t ie itcj artm lit reserving the light to r-ject or accept the pi<?pi,tals hereby mvitud, or any part* I it reof, whvii it deems the interest of the United States r? quires it; the deja'tment a so reserve* it:#? runt exclude th>: bids ? f a?.y person or persons who t?i?re is just?ause to bH'.eV' will not 'aithfnlly p rl rm thecjatia-ts. or wlueh th*y I ave att ini>te.i to obtain by indirection ; an! all bid* when there -lia'l in* [Mnk" in Interest win do not join in the biis.aul ail b.d-tba', upon Investigation are l> low a fair piies 'or th? work. Bid' will not be received i:t gro-;a, and no contract wit; b<>a*arJ<'d to a bidder unless details are fur ni?bed tlm df|!?r'm i t itl theprivsof lb-diliere'it kinds of wo'k and ma:eiia)c, which *fal b" *ub jeet to 'lie leVision o' the detriment, no that it may adopt the wrh'de or t art Of the bi<4, a< th?* interest of tb ? Un t ?l States may require Nm.-'y per c-nt ol the amount of work *one and material* delivered, according to coi.traet pn<?, v?a;d atipont to he a Pertained hy the estimate of an a;enlot tie dipa-tm 'lit appointed fur that purple,) will hi jaid from nine to timu, ai tie work t?ro /ress<-8; aid ten per emit, retained un'il the coinnlc ti >n of the contra ;t and acceptance of the , by the a;>Mit a'ore-a'd, and to bs forfeited ill the v.-ut nt noil inlrtlm-nt of contract. t/iiitia*t? will be iirardKl only to ina -tei builders a id mechanic*, and the assignment thereof, ex *ept by ??.~.?-e,i ? of the Secretary of the Trt as~ry, will be a i*.?r eitur" of the same. Ka-h propo.-a1 mutt be a -compared by a written iua ante >, .-dined by two respond'bl? persons, (cer t fl jJ to be so by the United States district juds* or a t?mey. f the ?aid district.) iu the sum of (J.r?,00J for the whole work, or of a proportionate am mnt if for a .y i art, that the bitder will, when required, it his -rT'pvat be ac;soti d, ??i?t-?r into a c inlract an 1 band, with prop rand sufficient sedulities, for .ts fa t :tul perf finance l ot iu ot b ud a i.i e t'ti ate required will be lur n-ti 'd cu appli* ation to tlie aet artirient. I' a I--, s Kotfl ation*, ami working drawings will t>?* ? i a ly al? r 'iiirty <*ay , wh -n ttry > an be had on apnli a'ion to the dr-pa im*nt Vo li t will he io?\ulered unlai U Julhj roinjdie? in all iL-Uk the requireinrnti of tkm uJcertite meat. Th?* pr?'p-*als m;tst be sent to tins uVpartno'Tt. aMr<"???'d ti th^ t*??i',r?-,a'y of the Treasury aid o amly *-:;dorg.'t| il Pro^jtau for the Burlington Ma rine flo'pit <i," and wi'l b * opened at H) o'Hcck, a 3i ,oi the la t day tam d fo^ receirin? th?- same. JAME4 GUTHRIE, Secretary of the Trt usury. d?v 3} -2awtl9thFebJ Propoialsfor Furnishing Granite and Gran ite Work for the North Front of thd Pat ent Otfica Building. Departxbntoe the Interior,) Ui-Cfmb r 18, 1At6. | SCALED I'ROPO-JALS Wit.I. BE RECEIVED a: this de(<ar'iri *nt until the eighteenth day ot February next, 1^ o'elo.'K at noo.?, tor turnislnng such (irauitH a id (Jranite Work a* may b?' required abive the sub basement story, in tli- er>'0 ion oi u?** ii'.rth front of ihe Pa ent OtAce but din/. The bids inusi b- in the form of liie fhllowtn* schedule, and ? l?arly specify tbe pr c.-s for material, l>a iiuiiT dressing, and selling, inrluijiiga'l the ma lonely and uih^r expens.-s. Schedulf. < 'ub- ?ton??, D?r superficial l>mt. Beds and bdls, do do Extra Cub" stone, per cubic foot. I'lirmre iu two beds, per sip rti .a! l-.ot. Blocking course, do do Fri?-z- i ? entablature, do do Arviiifiave, do do IIrniv t<? cornice, p r hnea1 loo!, Tiigiyphs.?ach. Caps of pilasters, i a h. Channels of b iseinent, ji-t 'i'leal foot. Window silU, p? r -n per facial loot. The gra lite m ist b - ? quat i ? quality to that u-ed 111 the coiistructio i ?>! lh< iMngs of ih" buildnus, -pe nn-usof which will l>* required to accompany the bids. Ea h bid wi'l sta e iu what ntn ? the work \\ ill bM completed, aud none will b>- ooiisid* red (roin oito rs than those known to b-' of tlie traJe and b -lh-v -.1 to be tuliy competent to fulfil in good faith fie obli^a lions they propose lo a?uin ?; and no assirnm-ml ot b d or contra-t Hill b-. mogmzed, unless made with th- approval of ih ? li a i of the d?-| artineiit. .Viiieiy p r cent, will b ? paid from time to time, a< the work nr'?sre-<??s, upon the estimate ot ihe a.' -nt ol' the deparim -rit in charge luereof, and ten p. r rent regerV d until the completion of ibe con tra'*t and a :repia.iee of the work by - aid agent. The departm-lit reserves to iiselt the rigiit to re ject or ac.-ept the prop<>ral? hereby invited when it deems the iliteral oi the United mates requires it, as well a- to exclude the bids of any person or pei sons who it has itoihI r< a-"?n to b-lieve will not,from anv cause, faithfully perform the coutiact f'laos, sp-eiliea'ions, a> <1 working drawings ran b?* examined, and othu luformation ob aito-d, on appii. a ion at Hie "flice of the >ni|>erititendeiit The prop isal', which in 1st b" sent to this depart rnent, alure>-ed lo the Serretary of the Interior, (rieJo --jd '4 l'rop >sals lor the erection nf the north front of the Patent Office buiHing,") will be opened at I o'clock. j>. tu.,of tlie las' day nam-d for re i ceiviaa the same U. MoCliELLAM), dec l'J-'JnwtlttFebJ Heeretary of the Interior. Proposals for Erecting the Post and Coart-house at Springfield, Illinois. Triascet Drpartmknt, > Wasuihotox, December 17, 18*6 J Proposals will ue received at this department until the 17th dav of Febru ary, A D , 1857, at 9 o'clock a. in . for the con strue lion of the;PoBtUfli?earid Court-houseautbor lxed to be erected at Springtt-ld, Illinois, accoid ing to the plans and specifications prepared at thli dep irtu<-'it; said proposals to be either for th- whole building or separate for different kinds of work ; bills of parcels must in every case ac company each bid. with the amount of each kind of work, and the total amount carried out; the department reserving the rljjht to reject or accept the proposals hereby Invited or any parts thereof, when It deems the Interest of the United states requires it; the department also reserves the rlt^ht to exclude the bids of anv person or rersr.ns who there U Just cause to believe will not faithfully perform the contracts, or which they ha*e at tempted to obtala by Indirection; and all bids when there shall be parties In Interest who do not Join In the bids, and all bids that. U'*on Investi gation, are below a fair price for thewnrk. Bids will not be received In gross, and no con tract will be awarded to a bidder unless details are furnished the department of the prices of the different kinds of work and materials, which shall be subjt'st to the revision of the department* so that It may adopt the whole or part or the bid, as the Interest of to- United Htntee inay require Ninety per cent of the amount of work done and mater als delivered, according to contract price, (?atd amount to be aacertalned by the astl rnate of an agent of the department appointed for that purpose,) will be paid from time to time, as the work progresses; and ten percent retained until the completion of tbe coutract and accept asceof the work, Ac , by the a^ent aforesaid, and forfeited In the event of non fulfilment of tbe contract. Contracts wlil be awarded only to master build ? ers and merh.inlcs, and the assignment thereof, except by consent of the Secretary of thu Treasury, will he a forfeiture of the same Each proposal must be acecmpanli d by a writ ten guamatre, signed by two r<jsp.iuslble |*rsons, (certified to be ao by the United States, district Jud^e iir attorney of the said district,) In the sum of $5,oou for the wnole work, or of a proportion a'e amount if tor any part, thai the bidCer will, when required, If his pioponai be accepted, enier Into a coatiact and boad. with lroper and suffi cient securities, tor Its fditbful performance t or iu of boafi and certificate required will be furnished on appliCutlon to the department, i.i and working drawings T it ^ lLlrty days, when they can be had on appi cation to thedepartment. wiU- eamudtfd saiiu u Jully com ,1ns i ylt ??thwuAU. T,vuiT,m'nti of (Ail aJotrlDtwitnt. ' ^ department, addressed to the Secretary of ifce ii^rury plainly endrrsed\ ?reopo>*i,for lkt P*it OJftcl and Court-Koust," hXiA ^ 1 opened at 10 o'clock a m of me last day nam?d for receiving the same JAMES UUTUKIE, Secretary of the Treasury, dec 18 itowtlTFeb SlkATACH. ? A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF men and boys' Skatoa for sale, by M K LUNDY, No 1* Bridge at . ]sn A beorgelowa TO A LL THA T VALUE THEIR SIGHT /rosiiJX WISHES TO CALL THE ATTENTION to ail that suffer with defective s.ght, caused by age, sickness, and particularly from glasses Injudiciously selected, to lots superior SPECTACLES and GLASSES carefully Krounxl by himself to a true spherical accuracy, and bril liant transparency, suited precisely and ben.?h clally to the wearer according to the concavity or conveilty of the eye. Very numerous are the 111 effects caused to the precious orphan of sight from the commencement of using glasatu In not being precisely suited, by the use of ?n Optomtttr; ar.d the practice of many years enables him to meas ure tho focal disease of the eyes, and such pass es that are ebso lately required will ce furnished with precision and satisfaction. JOHN TOBIAS acknowledges the very libe ral encouragement aln ad v obtained, and furtuer solicits the patronage of tnose that La?e not yet availed themselves of his aid Persons that cannot conveniently call, ??>' rend ing the glasses In use, and state how many Inch es they can read this print with their sp?ctacle?. can b-i supplied with Much as will Improve their ?lghi. Innumerable testimonials no be seen ; and ref erences glvea to many who have derived the greatest eese and comfort from bis glasses. Circulars to be had ;<ratl3, at his office, No. *12 SfcJvENTH STREET, thru doors from Odd Ftllowt' Hall, vr sraie3. Nortoh, September?, 1^&4. Sir?The Spectacles you made for me suit very well, ana ?eem to have improved my sight moro iLju any other 1 have lately tried LiTT. VV. TAZEWELL. 1 hate tried a pair cf Spectacles obtained fTom Mr. Toil las, and and :hem of ^reat assistance to iny sl^ht. a..J corresponding with his description cf the foeis. 1 recommond blm as a skillful op tician. HENRY A. WISE. Ha7lng been induced by a friend to vlsltthr >;* iiblltffernent of Mr. Toe-as for the purpose of try In r his j-la>*.es, I was famished by him with n pair sli,: hlly ct-Jored blue, which have afforded u,i-more iellcf and gratification than any I have ate: tr'tsV My sight, originally very good, was Injured by writing end leadiu/ At nl;-ht, fre q or.klv to a very late hour; but vrlth the alii of .;ic?e ^asSii 1 oaa study airuotit late ir ?vcr, and tk.u too without the pain 1 '.jave previously altered JOilN W1LSOA, Lite ComiaisilccEi Uca'l Land ojile Dsceatber 11,I'JSi. 1 have u?aA Mr. Tut.ub's Srsctaalts io: tt.?: or fou. !Ronti:f.. and ta*.j grout ui?as'Jre 1* say lag that 1 sun much pleased w;in them, i --vi 6f ?n n.uch ber.efl'.ted by them. MaySih.luW. SEOli.. P. 3CARB****. 1 was recommended to Mr. Join Tobias t*s ? skillful opUcian; aad as 1 haveevts cf rextars able peculiarity, 1 was ^-ratified to Had that Mr. Tobias seemed to comprehend them by Inspec tion and some slight measurement, and he hh* made me a talr of Spectacles t!:at suits me ad mirably. A. P. BUTLER. Julylljl^W. Wilmikstoti, N. C., Jan. 27, Mr. J T-sias: Dear Sir?i am happy lesa? that the Spectacles which 1 obtained from ycu last week are entirely satisfactory. From an Inequal ity In the visual range of my eves, 1 tiave hereto found great difficulty in getting glasses of the oroper focal distance. It affords me pleasure to state that, by the aid of your optometer, this diffi culty has been happily oovlated so that the glasses you furnished me arc* decidedly the best adapted to my eyes of any 1 have ever yet used. Very r*?ectfuilv\ yours, R. B DKANL, Hector of St Jair.cs' Parian. Uli?*BTM*nT OF lltTCEIOK. M&y7. 1335. From natural defects and the unequal range of my eves, 1 have been compelled to use glasses for several years, i have tried dlttertnt opticians without obtaining glasses terfe'tly fltted to my eyes Four months sines Mr. Tobias made two pairs especially for me, which I have found to serve me perfectly. By the use of his optometer he is enabled to adept Classes minutely to theey*. 1 most cheerfully recommend Mr Tobias to all hdvlu" occasion to us<; glasses. and i>ear my lesti mony as to bis still as an optician. 11 EN It V E. BALDWIN, Assist. Sec'y to sign Land Wa.ranti. p s ?OPERA GLASSES of great variety, AELESCOPES A MICROSCOPES, WATCH MAKER CLASSES, and many other articles la tbis line very low pi!Ct-s constantly on huud. jy w-iy TlTfc I >1 t'Kti V EL> SETS OF TEKTil. OK LOOM IS, THE INVENTOR AND patentee of 1 Loomls' Mineral 1'late T^ctn," having suu:es?fully Introductd his Improvement lu various cities, has now permanently established himself In \? asL Inuton. This linpcoven?tnt for Sets of Teeth consists chiefly In making a set of but one piece of mate rial. and that Indestructible mineral. NomtUil is used In tbelr construction, and they are there fore free from galvanic action and meta'le taste. There are no join's to become tilled with moisture or particles of food, hence tbey aiej-nn and clean. They aie lighter, stron^r. less clumsy, and, In short the ftrftctxoH o Artificial Tsitk f not wlth-itandlug cerUln Dentists speak against thtfin, but they have nottlie right to make them, do not know how If they had, and therefore do not ap preciate thetn. Office 0:1 Pennsylvania avcaue, between litb and 12th streets, two doors below the Klrkwood House dec*tf s. DO K LCD Of KEIIVIS CHAM PAON E, ?'THE SOU UK BOUZY" ANl> "IXL." rpHE UNDERSIGNED IS SOLE AGENT A for this city of Dorlodot's " Trecor de a Bou2y," a rhampa?ne celebrated throughout A Europe, a m1 ei'eemed by connoisseurs as < fH the highest grade, and unsurpassed by any W other pr?.durt cf the champagne country, which has obtained a high position in the aristocratic Circles of Europe ar.d Amer!ca. Also, a large stock of other Wines, Liquors a; d Cigars JONAS P. LEVY, Jan 0-tf No. ^67 Pa. ave , opp. National Hotel. COAL KEPT UtfDSiH COVEK. 2,5440 I6.1 to tke Ton OW ON HAND. THE BEST QUALITIES of White A*h, Red Asb atd Lehkth COAL. Warranted to i(iv$ satisfaction Delivered free from dirt. Also, Hickory. Oak and Pine WOOD. T J . A W. M. GALT, N. W. corner 12th and C streets, No 5-17, dec 20-tf one square south of Pa. avenue N

D R.MUNSON. AT338 PENN'A AVENUE, is *tlll making those> beautiful jyatv ?oatlnuous GUM TEETH, called Aliens Patent, for the excellency ?r ? , - - which over all other stylee of teeth, many now wearing them In this city, will cheerfullv vouch. There is one Dentl3tln this city who has been infringing the patent, and male a bad Imitation of it, ag&Hist whern I hereby caution the public N. B. Whenever a Dentist speaks against Allen's Patent Continuous Gum Teeth, when provirly constructed, it is because he Is ignorant of the process, Incompetent to make the work, or ? onnBilc t.? pay I^r the patent. Je 16-tf NOTICE. WE ARE COMPELLED TO REMIND many of our rnstomers whose accounts were sent to them before the llrst of the in w year that their bills have have not yet btea settled. We are much In want of the money, and hope that h11 who owe 11s will at once call or send us settlements for the amount of their Indebtedness, and then by save annoyance both to thcin as well as us. Many thanks to those who have already so promptly responded to our drst noll e; It Is a pieatHie to us to serve all such. CLAGETT, DODSON & CO. Jaa 20-dtFeb2 W?tbin?tou Veterinary lufirtuarv, FUR HORSES. UUiiS, fc , 2&J D st bet. Cijf and 14tU sts., south of Pa ave J NO. GREGSON, PHOPKl I'.TOR, Member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, l?ondon. examined as tosoundaes.-, Ac. Jsu lS-lm AWEHICAN ALM INAC-BOS I 1 4 ton- and repository of useful know!'e. The Iftith year of Its publication Con taining all the Important Statistical and Political Information of the coun'ry For sale in Wash ington by TA V LO R A MAURY, jan M Bookstore, rear 9th street. PINE PAtEK, INK, PENS, AND ?TA. i " tlo.iery In general, at I Jan iu t? j Mclaughlin A co.'a OFFICIAL. TrkAscrt DsPARTMtjrr, Nov. 29, 1&5G. Notion is htreby igivea 10 holders of block ot the I,?ans of the United Sia'.e*, tha: this department will puicl.a-"* the sam? until the 3d of March nei'., unless I'm* sum of $l,.r?00 000 shall b<- previously obtained, ar.i will pay in a-ldition to the interest accrued from the date of the la-?t * mi annual divi dend of interest then'on, together with one day's additional interest for the momy to reach the ven dor, the iVjilowin/ rates of premium on taiJ stocks: For th?: i.UKk of 1842, a premium of 10 per cent. For trie stock of 18:7 aud lfc48, a prr minm of 10 per cent.; and for the stock of lt&O, e< mm >i.Iy called Texa-i Indemnity Stock, a pr. rnlnin ?.f G per Ceni. OrUiicatfsoi Htock transmitted to the depart ment, under this notice, must be a-si^re! to the I Juitt d States, l?y U?.- party duiy entitled to rrc* ivr ?he proserds. 11 went between date hereof anil lite I ft day of Jauuny am, the current half year's in ien-.->t ruu b<- assigned by the pi?-s? nt st?KTkhold< r, ?>r it will be payabV as b-retofore, and a corres ponding deduction b ? made In.m the am u;?t jay able f.'r ilie gtnek. I'aym-'nt lor the stilts 30 aligned and t;ai;.mit te.l will b'- ina I-' bv drafts on the A*si*tar.lTr< a"u r-rsnt Boston, New York, or Philadelphia, at the Option of the partie 4 entitled to receive the m?>n? y, wiiicu sli jui.1 be expressed in the lettere accompa nying tho certificate. JAMES QUTIIK1B, Secretary of the Tr< a^ury. d-?? I -di::.r4arehj BANKING HOUSE CHUBB BROTH E RB . DEPOSITS.?DEPOSITS RECEIVED AND Checks paid without charge. Drafts cn the northern seaboard clt'es received on Deposit at t>ar, iird Kxcbangeon said Cities l'uralshed to de positor* without charge. Inthrrst on Deposits ?Interest will be al <c.we<i 011 Deposits at such rates as may be agree.1 upon. Deposits in Virginia and Unchrrrnt Mo nkv.?Drpodts lit Virglultand other Uneurrent i*lo; e/ received to be checked for, payable in same funds, or In specie, we charging the regu lar Exchange. Dis? ountr?Notes, Drafts, and Bill* ? f En change will he discounted, and Loans made oa Stock*,, and Securltle , at the market Lettrr< of Credit.?Letters of Credit will be furnUhed, negotiable in the different Cities of the United States,on Deposit of Mofipy or Collat erals, and Interest allowed If Money Isdeposlted, and charged If Collateral*, 011 such terms as may be ?.g:eea uron Traveling Dills of Kxciianor ?travelers will be oirnlshed with drafts I11 such sums as miv be desired, negotiablethe different Cities of tte Union. Bills and LrttrusofCrbuitonKngland. Ireland amd Ecrop* ? Bllis of Exchange and Letters of Credit on fcjngiand. Ireland and Eu rope. furnished at the market rate for Exchange, in sums to suit. Bonds, Stocks, Ac.?Wonds. Stocks, and Se curities paying from ti tr? 1-2 cent , always for sa'e, or bought In the different Cltlew at a com mission of a V cent. W here Stock* are bought upon orders, we reserve the right to call fcr a de posit of 10 cent, on the cost. Bonds or Stocks will be ordered by telegraph Hah road, City, a d State Bond* ?Kail road, Cite, arid Plate Bonds can be placed In our hands fcr negotiation either In this country or Kuropo K tilrocd Iron purchased for cash or with Bonds. I.and Warrants ?I and Warrants bought at the market rates All Warrants iold hy us are %uaranteed In every iespect t.and Warrants located on commission Land Warrant quotations regularly furnished 1 i requested. W urrants will be forv/jrded to Western Houses on orders, or sent for sale on commission to re sponsible parties K*ai. 1 state and Insurants*.- Real Estate bougm and sold, and Insurances etl>cted. Claims on the United States, Court of Claims, Cunur kss ?Claims 011 tbe United Stu'es, before tbe Court of Claim"' or Congress. Intrusted to us, will be prosecuted by able and prompt attorneys. CHUBB Bit OTHERS, jan '27 Opplslte the Treasury. GREAT GIFT BOOK STORE, UNI) EH DEXTER'8 HOTEL As Immense assortment 01 new Book* imll he. opened This Hay, AND AN ENTIRELY NEW LIST OF PRESENTS will be distributed to our patrons hereafter. MEMIIKits OF CONGRESS. CITIZENS, and STKANUKRS will find our stock of Books worth their attention. It lathe largest and most valuable assortment ever opened In this city, comprising Standard and MUcellaneous Works la all the departments of Ancient and Modern Science, Literature, and Art. Also, all the latest Fubllcations, Annuals of the Season, Bibles, Prayer Books, New Editions of the Po et?, tcc., &c , in Turkey Morocco, Antique, Vel vet, and other rich and superb Bindings, ele gantly Illustrated. A PRESENT, worth from 25 Cents to $100, will be given (lm mediately after the sale) to every purchaser of a Book for which we receive SI or more. JX5"5 per cent of all our net receipts wiii be placed In the hands of Bis Honor the Mayor of Washington, to be distributed for the benefit of tbe Poor of tne city. At the Old Stand, under Deiter'a Hotel, sign of tbe Ked Flag. jaaS-tf J. PHILBR1CK, Ag'nt. SPLKNVIO CAIiFKTHIliS ATHKUll'Ll) fK ICES* IN CONSEQUENCE OF THE ADVANCfcD stat e of the season, we have determined to sell for a short time, any or all of our stock of fine and superior Carpetlngs at cost for the cash Any In want of a bargain will do well to avail theui>elves of this opportunity, as without doul.t mos?. of th? m were purchased bv 11s at much lower figures than the same goods (inconsequence of the advance In the price of wool) can be had wholesale now We have In s'ore two of those superior Tournav Velvet Loals XIV Medallion Carpets, tbe most magnltlceat article of the ilnd ever sefn, and which cannot be matched In this c untry. Also, on the same terms,20 pieces elegant Satia Delaines, Satin Brocctel, and Diapery Broadcloth, with all the centre, side tassels, bands, cornice.', pins, gimps, Ac . to match. Also, a superb lot of Swlis Lace, and Muslin, and Embroidered Under Curtains, Ullt-bordered Window Shades and Shade Linens Also, superb Table Damasks, Napkins, Cloths, Overlays, Dollies, Towellngs, Dusters, Quilts, I'lano Cpvers, tc Members of Congress and others will find It to theli advantage to make their purchases of us at this time Jan 80-eofit CLAUETT, DODSON 4 CO. Rectifying Establishment. rilHE UNDEkSIUNED TAKES THIS 3 method of Informing liquor dealers taat he has fitted up a RECTIFYING ESTABLISH MENT in this city, ?nd Is now prepared to sup ply all thoae who may favor him with their cu? - huh. He has on band a large stock of Brandies, liln, Wlues, and Oid YVhi*keys, which he can s?ell at as low a figure as thov ran be purchased for either la Baltimore or Philadelphia N B. The subscriber has also on hand, a large lot of Foreign and Domestic Cigars pet?k fegan, No. U5 Louisiana avenue, ntur loth st. Jan 14-6m* 3SECONO-dANll MKLOUIONSi BUT in use a short time, for sale or rent, very low, at our Rie-tt Piano Store, between ?th and 10th JOHN F. ELL1S._ K^iKE with the latest im provement.?-Every family and boardlug housekeeper should have one jau iu ti FRANCIS, 4W7th at. S4IAP?T05i?? GRIODLKS?THE CAKES can be browned handsomely on thfcse Griddles without grease and smoke jan*'- G FKANCI9, 4tIt7thst__ WaKEK ihons, vvacklk irons, Meat Cuttsrs, Mincing Knlv??, Chopping Trays. Apple Palrers,Ac.,?prlcoa always low. at jau 'JO FRANCIS'S, 7th st EVENING STAR THE FOECE OF IMAGINATION ; Or, Peter Sweighoffrr'e AtTentare with Snake. People of strong nervous temperament at great slaves to the whims and caprices of tbei imaginations; and hence, people of good met Lai, but of very ordinary physical acquire ments, are tbe m^t subject to the tyranny r mind over matter Occasionally. a very ord nary sort of person?that is, an individual c considerable mind, but whose mental capaci ties are unstrained, and so partially undevel oped?suffers from this peculiar fact in a mot distressing degree. No doubt (says the uei physical authority) one-half tbe ills that ties is heir to are superinduced by the f?ncy of tb sufferer alone Hundreds have died by mer symptoms of cholera, yellow fever and plague induced by sheer dread and fear i f those ter ribie maladies. A case i.-* recorded wherein a felor. c?jD derailed to death by phlebotomy Lad his art laid ba.e to tho shoulder, and thrust throng' a hole in a partition, while be was fast bourn to the opposite side , the hi lden executioner upon the otber side, applied tho lancts to hi arm with a click ; the poor culprit heard th muddy stream outpouring, and soon growinj woakor and fainter, he fell into a swoon, ant died : when the tact was, not a drop of bloo< had been shed, a Burgeon havingmerely snap pod hh lancet upon the arm, and continued t jour a .-mall stream of water over the liml and into a basin! Another cafe in "pint" waa that of a Pnili duiphia amateur butcher, who. in placing thi meat upon a hook slipped, and hung himself intend of his beef, upon the bubed point 11 is agony was intense?he waa quickly taker down and carried to a physician s office, ant so great i7::s his pain (in imagination) that h< (?Tied piteously upon every motion made bi tho doctor in cutting the coat and shirt sleev* from about the wounded arm! When at las: tho arm wr.s bared, not a scratch was there' The hook point had merely grazed along thf ekin, and torn the shirt sleeve 1 wiii not multiply the various f-icts extan in proof of the- forco exercised by a misdirect ed imagination, but will mention one ca>e s ludi jrously imposing as to cause a pretty broad ?uiilo, if nut prove otherwise interesting S<>me years ago, near tho town of Beading Berks county, Peuneylvaria, there lived acoBj old farmer, named Sweigholi'er?of ticrmar. de cent, and accent, too, as his speech will indicate, old man.Sweighcfferha l once served as a member in the Legislature, and wai therefore 44 no fool;'! and a3 he had also 1< ng commanded a volunteer corps of rustic militia he should hardly be supposed incliLed t?>cow ardice. Uis son Peter was his ooiy a >n, a stropping la I of seventeen; and up n old Peter and you: g Peter devolved the principal cures and loilaol'the old gentleman's farm, no w and then assisted by the old lady and her twu bouneirg daughters?for it is very comrn n in that State to see the women and girls at work in the fields ? and upon extra owcations by dome hired hands Wei!, one warm day in haying time, old Peter and Young Pt ter were hard at it in the meadow, when tbe old man drops his s ythc and b&wls out: 44 O, mine Gott, Peter"' "What's de matter, fader'"' an?w<-rs lbs s jn, straightening up and locking at his ;ire. ?4 O, mine Gott, Peter again cried the old fellow. "bonder''' echoes yrung Peter, hurrying up to the old man. 44 0, mine Gott, dor snake b?ta mine leg !:I If anything in particular was capable of frightening y?>ung Poter, it waa snakes; for he L id once nearly crippled himself lor !iie by trampling upon a c Hiked stick, which clamped his ankle, and so horrified the young man ihai he liked to have fallen through himself At the word snake, young Peter fell ba^k. nimbly as a wire-drawer, and bawled out, in turn : 4- Where is der snako ? ' 41 Up my trowsis, Poter?O, mine Gott!:' "O, mine Gott!" echoed Peter, junior, " kill him, fader, kill him " *4 No-a, no-a, he kill mo, Peter. Come? come quick? get off my trowsis!" Hut Peter the younger's cowardice over came his filial affection, while tear lent strength to his legs, and he started like a scared locomotive to call the old buiiy Dutch man, who was in a distant part of the field, to give his father a lift with toe snake. Old Jako, the farmer s assistant, camo bounding along as soon as he hoard the news, and passing along the fence whereon Peter and his boy h&a hung their "liusy woolsy" vests, Jake grabbed one of the garments and hurried off to the old man Peter, who still managed to keep on his pins, although ho was quaking and trembling like an aspen leaf in a June gale of wind. *4 0, mine Gott! Come, come quick, Ja:o'>. Ho bite me all to pieces?here up miiie leg." Old Jake was not particularly sensitive to fear, but few people, young or oid, arc dead to alarm when a 44 piienvus ' reptile is about Gathering up the stiff, dry stalks of a stalwart weed, old Jake told the boss to st.<nd steady, and he would at least stun the snake by a rap or two, if he did not kill it mouc ueid ; and tlo old man Peter, less loth to have legs bro ken than to bo bitten to death by a snake, de signated the spot to strike, ana old Jako let him have it. The first blow broke the weed and knocked old Sweigluffer < fi his psgs, and into a hajcock?cobim! 44 Oh I" roared old Peter, 41 you br-'ke mine leg and de tam shnake s gone!"' 44 Vere? vote?' cries old Juke, moving briskly about, and scanning very narrowiy ttie ground he stood upon. " Never mind him, Jacoh; help me up. Til go nome." 44 Put on your vhest. Ueu; hers it is ;'' said the old crout-eator, gathering up his boss and trying to get the garment up^n his lumpy back The momentold Peter made thisefforthe grew livid in the lace?his hair stood on end 44 like tha quill-1 upon the frightful potcn pine, " as Mis Par>ington observe.?he aim-, ered?he shook?his teeth chattered?and ii.J knees knocked a staccato accompaniment 44G! Yacob, carry me homo ! 1 in dead as nits!" ?4Vat! iah nodder ihnake in ycur trow shera?" 44 No-a?look, I'm swell all up' Mine vhest won't go on my back. O! O! mine Gott'" 44 Tunder und biixen !" cried old J^ke, as be took the same conclusion, and with miyht and main the old man, scared into a m: ft w<?n derful feat of physical activity and street!, lugged and carried the boss some quarter or halt a mile to the house. Young Poter had shinned it home at the eai ? liest stage ef the dire proceedings, and so alarmed tho girls that they were in high state when they saw the approach of the good old dad and his aesistant. Uld man Peter was carried in, and began t j die natural as life, when in comes the old lady in a great bustle, and wanted to know what was going on. Old Peter, in the last gasp ot agony and weakness, opened his eyes and fee bly pointed to hig leg. The old woman rir poduptho pantaloons, and out fell a small thiatle top, and at the same time considerable of a scratch waa made visible 44 Call dia a ahnake ! Bah!" says the old woman. " 0, but i'mpiahened to death Molly! See, I'm all piihen?mine?vbeat?O dear, mine vhest not come over mine body !" ??Haw! haw! haw!" roared the old wc man, ,4Vatafool! You got Pttrr * vh?*t o??haw! haw! haw!" ?> Boah !" roan old Peter, shaking off deaths icy fetters at ouce surge, and jumping up. "Bosh ! Jacob, vat a tam olo fool you rnubht be, to say 1 vash sobnake bite ' Go bouth vour buehuess, gals. Peter, brine ne looe beer. Trie ' !<i saved Peter s life. Spiritualism Caught Napping. Spiritualism caught a severe blow mhtz Judge Edmonds was induced to believe, about two years ago, the room nee of an ingenious Cahfornian. and endorsed a communication i'rom an indiridual in tbe spirit land, who had no existence ont of the fancy of hia manufac turer. Spiritualism still more recently met with a melancholy expose in Ohio, when, is presence of the lion Mr (Jiddings. two young lajy mediums purported to make a deoeased frierd. in a darkened room, blow a trumpet, and when the light come, were found to have black circles around their mouths, made by a mixture of lump-black and grease secretly -meared on the instrument, in advanoe, by an adroit spectator liut won* than all thiv ia the subjoined hoax upon the Spiritual Tale grapu, cf this city, by some aerioua wag, In the shape of a poem from the spirit of Thomas paine, but whifli proves to be an aoroitit rid* iculing spiritualism itself in the keenest man ner. Ihe following is the article itaelf, as it appeared in the Telegraph on the 27th of I>o? ceiuber last: COM Mi-Hie AXIOM trkloh A bov. We been requested to inaert the fol lowing. which was originally forwarded to another party, in this city ? ki> Sir : My child, a eirTkly b^y of thirteen years, has been for three montbs what la called a medium for ."peaking, and I am frank tosay, n?.ver evinced any particular precocious uieL t illy when rot in this, to ice. unaccountable Htatc lie baa frequently, of late, presented ina with prose communications from a spirit *aid to be Thomas paine; and yeaterday stated to ne. if I would take a pencil, he would aend me a ?hort poem, which, perhaps, would re move from my mind ill doubts a? to the ori gin of the matter As my son, or indeed any of my family?i need not say myself?nre to tally incapable of putting four linea of rhyme together, you may think it at loast a strango i.nk in a most mysterious chain of some new philosophy, call it what name you please if y< u see proper to publieh it, I would like to have ycu, if convenient, introduce, if you h ?v.-? them, sny other from the spirit of C P. tLat I may, for my own satisfaction, <-ompare, r.nd form my own conclusion aa to ary p .i?"ble reflex as regards matter?from my mind to the medium's. Respectively yours, r o. Buffalo, ?''.J mo. Tln.e never had begtunin^, hath no end? Had nought to spilng from roiling ever o'er, Kach rjrele of a thousand Ceetln^ years will lend threat Nature not one transient mutreut moie H?i<Erd the olrrle. ye. but mortal now Far !h'a Ultimatum ' Look, and thou ahalt see /-t;e upon a*e hath roiied; yet. man. ihr brow? i by spiritual brow, hath ytt it* Infancy. Lirth La?h fulttlled Ler wort, t'reatlens tied r*aw ilft- ar.d beauty blend iu gloilous man ; 1 he star* of morning sang; when, at Hit word All chaos changed, and Progress waa tbe plan, sura fchone, and suns. end uorlds in apace 1 ,ai round Soon life, the sensuous germ which ne'er wlU die, in harmony with Nature'a lawa la found. Singing this loycua, glorious melody : Time wa?. time le, time ever on ahali toll: Her course is man's bis destiny is life. Each period of that life but forms bis ecul?.? Oieat fo great artlons?for the uiiwarl strife it each out, and heavenward, onward to ',rt>*rets tach iritd matt leave whfc earth :u rarthlv ahell. All woriiijj no change, thou seeat. their nature d'eab; ? he worid around thee, man, these char ges teL f.ach mortal form ?the millions of earth's race Stall leave Its dust to mix with dust once more, Tte ctpiiIt, dying never, enter* spice? Secuies Prigwtion's Lcictto upward soar P<;re science freed from ?rror i.ere la found ? Intelligence unknown to mortal aeer; Klch stores of thought, deep ethics, here aboond. 1 ncamprebenslble to sa^e on earth's low sphere Tell earth-born mortals to prepare to live Upon no plan Utopian, after death : All here Is ieal, s.o rest tc mlud we 'ive; Llfht, 1!1 we seeB?by 11* ht we apeak, we breathe, In truth we grow, In love we live and move; Serene, In good created, ever prove? The Lau> Ptogrttnvt bear* us on A*cte. By taking the capital letters that eommenca eaoii lino <1 thu rare poem. &cj arranging them ia tbe form of * sentence, the reader will 3<>on ascertain th<?t iu tbe writer's opiniou " The greatest ass is th* greatest spiritualist." |Sutuiuy Timet. imporbaxt to Travelers.?It is a known fact, as regards the great musician, Winter, tiic comnjsar of that fine opera called ' The tt ape of Proserpine,'' that he always exhaust od his w.irdrobo of linan before bio washer woman e iuld get a chance of supplying any clean shirts, a? he invariably put un one over the other until the stock wss out; and then kept his room while the laundry process re stored the supply. One of our returning cititens last t&ll re versed the composer's principle tos^me effect. '? Ilow do you contrive to get clcan shirts to frequently ' ' said one of his fellow traveler?. '? \ou are constantly indulging in these luxu ries, and I would like to know how ycu man i*qc, fori would give a bottle of champagne for a chanco of changing." 44 Call in the wine.*' -aid cur friend, " and I'll tell you my plan " The ?' piper' csme in, not him who playod before Moses, but tbe sparkling iieidsick, and cur traveller proceeded with hi- experlen<*e " It *w very cold when we left New Tork. was it notf and it has been gradually getti& Afarmer as we approach home. i klew thil must be tbe case; and alio that no ehanco would occur of putting cl linen. hat takirg it off is anothir ?.hi*g So, in New York i bonght half a ioacn new shirts, i.nd put them all on at once They were better than a grc.t coat; atd now, day by day. at the morning ablution. I strip off tho outsider, and have jusl arrive! at mv last?my regular Southern wardrobe "? Mobile Remitter. uabv.viso Home BcMDLts.-M-.oy people have a contemptible fear of seen to carry any buudle. however sjiall, bavicg tho absurd idea that there is ^soeial degradation in the act The most trifling, as well ns the moat weighty, pac^bges must be sent h >mc to them, no matter k? much to the inconven nience of ntkers This arises from a low sort cf prid*. There is h pride that is higher, th?t arises from a consciousness of their beinf something in t'ue indiviJuu! not to bo effected by such incidents?worth and wnght of char acter. This latter pride was exhibited by tbe son of Jerome Napoledn Bonaparte while was in college he was one day carrjing to his room ajbroomne ha ! just purchased, when he met a iriend, wh'.?, noticing the broom, with surprise exclaimed '? Why did you not h*te it scat home ?*' 411 am not asnamed to carry, h me anything that belongs me," wi< tbe aensible reply of young Bouaparte ? Lorit Stanley. as Item fob iiousekkilpbrs ?it will cost but ft penny to try the following, which an exchange rocommends for keeping stoves and ranges bright: Make a weak alum water and mix your British lustre with it; put two spoonfuls to a giil ?>f alum water, let the stovo be cold, and kru*h it with tho mixture; then take a dry brush and lustre, and rub tho stove till it is dry. Should any p?rts, before polishing be c?me so dry as to look gray, moisten i'. with a wet brush, and proceed as before By two applications a year it can be kept as bright as a coach body iy A nice young lady was once asked the tbe nearest way to her chambor. She re plied, "Through the churchyard, up to the altar." Tbe querist was so charmed that he traveled that road within a month