Newspaper of Evening Star, March 28, 1857, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated March 28, 1857 Page 4
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EVENING STAK. THANK GOD TOE ALL. BT CHA1LIS ?wll*. Beside yon oak ? rustic roof appears, A rot tag* garden leads onto tbe door, A frw wild plaati tbe lowly easement cheers, And ail a onnd looks neat thongh all Is poor. There Philip dwells and takes a neighbor's part, Though little be tbe means his help to test; Yet still, though poor, he says, with grateful heart, 'Tis well to labor,? and that Bod knows best! The bare flits by him with her d?wr fret, As blline of heart he quitahls cot tags gate: Tb* golden Tillage lane with dawn Is sweet, And Philip feels content, though low his state; For labor unto him can Joy lmpa.t, 'Tie independence to hi* hones: breast: And still, though poor, he says, with grateful heart, 'Tis well to labor,?and that God knows beat! His wife beside the door waits bis return. His obildrea's voices meet him half the way, And while the *un within the west doth burn, And bl d and brook slag sweet the close of day, Philip forgets his U U, bis chair to And, By little arms and little lips care*?; Ana gazing round, exclaim* wl.h grateful mini, Tbank bod for all,?thank God, who knoweth best? ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS. Willards' 0 4 ? A. WII.LAIS. M M Pennoek, CBN Mr Brega, NY A Bates, Mas* M Cottreu, Vt 8 Durgln, NY B B W lillams, Mass T Beer do A Falls, BO F Franks, Pa Miss Kali?, do h D CoMens, NY Mrs Havenysr, do J B Newell. Ga C Whiting, do Hon L Peck, Va j H Steele, NH J Porter, Nass J K'.ng^l; C Day, 6a 8 Stark, li, do R Da'gllsb, Kag J Hidings. do J H Graham, Pa Mr Hubbard, ly, do Mr* Olsney, O N D Hubhaed, Mass W Disney, do 11 T Morrill, NH W a Plateaus, NY K Downing, W T W D Fletds, do J B Davis, NY W Wade, do OH Keep, Pa M Eldrldge, Va C N Black, NY WSDlgs.fy, NY W A Bloftson, Mass McbREdOH fc CO.'a Extensive hou*e->-urnishing WaREROOMS, P?os 5J0, 5.3, and 5J1 Sev ?nrti street. FULL ?*TT6 or PARLOK, DINING ROOM, HALL., ar.41 CHAMBER FURNITURE. In MAHOGANY. WALNUT, ROSEWOOD, and OAK. Auaagenenlasjortmentof all HOUSEKEEP ING GOODS a'ways on kai.d, at lowtat prices. Every attention given our customers Houses furnished entire, at short notice. mil l"-eolm A BOM O F l.ilVlRSAL KX0WLC06E. JUST PUBLI^HF.D. THE MOST USEFUL and extraordinary voiuiu? ever vet iss'-t-d from the press, as it comprises all tbe information con tained la a dcxen of ajiv other book* of informa tion that have hitherto been printed The title of this wonderful Book Is as follows: 'inquire Within for Anything you want to Know; or, over 8 700 Facts for the People " A large volume of 500 page*-d-th, gilt?price 91 For sale by A ADAM?ON, Bookseller, 7th street, opposite the Post OOce, Washington City. mar 19-tf Daily line for hdwardsfirry, aad Leesburg. Va., via sa^-arr..~J Cbes peaks aad his I anal The Packet Boats Anoo aid M C M*igs will commence making dal:y trips talk-above points on Monday, March *AJd, leaving the wha f of W. H A H *?. Hitter, Georgetown ev ry morning at T o'clock, Sundays excepted. T.ckets to Edward's Ferry, 91-12: throu/h tickets, fi 75. Meals tarred on the boats at moderatf prices Por further Information, inquire at tke store <rf "?M.tH.8 Hitter, Georgetown. mar 40 rUK MOUNT VEKPI4N. ON MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRI DAY TBE STEAMER THOtfAS COLLYER will A make three trips each week to _ -IT? MOUNT VERNON, 1 J^lT Washington at 9 a m , ana Alexandra* at 6 w . _ IZ7" Boat's tare, round trip, from Washington 91?from Alexandria 75 cents Coaches leave the Capitol at 8#, and pass up tbe Avenue to 12th street Fare lo cents Parsons wishing the Coaches will leave their residence at Weo * Thoe. Parker A Co's Store feb tt-TThAStf 367 Fa are., eppeaite National Metal. JONAS F. LEVY, iMroaTaa and dcaiii is visa WISEo, FBAKDIK8, 6H0CE&IKS, AHD CIGARS HA3 IN STORE A VER^ CHOICE As sortment of Champagne in quirts and pints, 1XL; and Tresan de Bausey, ana other desirable Brands; Brandy la cask and bottles, Vintage 1 rrt to 1940; Hums of all kinds: \\ hlsseys 1:>H? to 1656; Holland 61n of a 1 kinds: Claret Wlaes of all brands Burgundys do do Baturne do do Sherry do do Maderla ?*o do Port do do 6?rman do do Hock do do Italian do do Hungarian do do English Ale aad Pcrter of all brands Clgaia do do Cordlala do do Cross A Blackwell's London Pickles and Preserves of all kinds Coffee Suga', Teas, Ac , Ac 387 Peon avenue, opposite National Hotel. )anJC-ly JONAS P. LEVY. ALEXANDK1A AND WASHlll?TON~ 1BOAT 1he STEAMER GBORGE WASHINGTON will depart et tbe following hoars: * Leave Alexandria 7 w, t. 11. jig. .ffW L- ve Wsghlr^ton^, io, 12, 2* iy 5* fBb '?"d JOB CORSoN, captain J TO THE PUBLIC. ^it kP DE*NI* HAVING taken the . r 1. wn Loach Pactcry, op O'h JtBfrMj atreet, between Louisiana aveaae and Cstreet, iong conduct*d by Mr. Jo n \pYojjEf Is now ?rej.arrd to manufacture and rermlr ill OnTs AcBSoafth^?AC?HtS' WAG wX w TPeson*h'e erms. la the hest manner, and at the shor test notice h? respectfully invites fcu, fellow clt;z?i*g& hr? -i mar 6-**m FOREIHN 9PR1NO GOODS T^u^?k^8CKIBKRS RESPECTFULLY in toesii^n^i! P*;100" *Dd *he public generally am,a? th^lr very large i select XXSTSL? Kv.RK1GN ?p*i^g goSw with special care r^. ihsir a|>eclal trade ' auaJlM^J0* kwp c2?Kl*n")' on hand the b?t ^Fomtoh10 F cr8lK? and factuie . J ' tte bMt raana' H. F LOUDON A CO., feb 37-dtf 1 N*vy Tailors, 'Jnder Browns' Hotel. J. at. awnae. i?.owfuuVMLl'i|h'NN9YLVA" tlon ef their friends' and thl Sbli . at{*n" - n new Drug Store, which theyKi . ?'hHr W la the most complete manner 1,7k IV ?apply of pure Chemicals Dru^jTl- 1 1 Perfumery, Toilet Artlclw, '&d^ pltonV?.r1**' clnes. latent Medl A select assortment of Wioes and i i?? medicinal purposes. a L1<l'?or8 for A very large atock of Havana Cigars wbt v of ine quality and received from trst'bandi. *** by a competent dispenser K " ?*o?tabiishmect la respectfully so Mar 9- lm* 1>HK9ERYICEOF THE UNITED States Jw .rT*,"trT, ?.f o*0*" ?nd agents, civil, mint HTjand naval, In the service of the United States; 411 the emoluments ?f 94 Price 91 50. Mailed free on receipt ('?nsular8y?tem; a raaaual aad master.tnlh !10 m', rchMatB> 'hipowners, prising tbe t1'consular transactions: corn State fa r?ga,d ^ I!?n*, 0f the of Wls11?*es, and llsbun^" Sf?IU^Ut9' <utle"? aalf bouud s!oU?o i? Mr^ V 40 la el#th ! oiU eents in addlUol to ^ ?" PubUshrd by ^ tk# *"><*? marW ,A^* A MAURY, Bookstore near 9th at. ISAAC HBKZBERQ4110* . ? i i m PeaAayl.aau.vwawi, .^^^ "M 1 tt?"M )?a 7.?>3zn* PROTECTION AND INDEMNITY fftOli .... M1, W?a BT FIRE 1 ?? AND INLAND IN8UEANCB. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL f 1,250,000 FARMERS AMD MICHAFIC8' UfBUl A VCR CO., or PHILADSLTHIA. Ojjlce northvest corner Pennsylvania avenue and ITOk ttreet, iVatkinfion Ci^, D. C. DIRECTORS. i Hon.Thos. B. Florence, Charles Dingo*, George H. Armstrong, Thomi* Manderfield, Charles A Rubicam, Edward R. Helmbold George Helmbold, F. Carroll Brewster, James B. Neall, Isaac Leech, Jr. THOMAS B. FLORENCE, Presidio* EDWARD R. HRLMBOLD. Secretary. LOCAL SURVEYORS. ^Charles Walter, No. 397 D street, opposite City aTMaeTuMd?10"'60'11?' Fu#l Virgiaia Jame's Williams, No. 3a Poar^ad^hai f strest John Riffles, No. Ml Thirteenth streeV. SSow Pennsylvania avenue. tl' ow i ? . MARINE 9URVETOR mSUjtatoStt-.*1 GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT. John Thomason. AiUkorvxtd Capital and ?*??/*...SI,473,047 07. A88ET^.,m,,,,##4 oat at Invested in Bonds, Mortgage^,*and g'ixhI Securities. wSZSSXT ?f thia Company wUI compare* n? **? ,aT 1Um of oae hun?l'ed and eight thousand, one hundred and fifty-one dollars with ,?n?'y """lre(l *'"1?" iX,7ioSS With these evidences of succcsaand rood man is* "" >"""<*> in Semi. 0 P^0"18?0! h?life?ing that the secu rity offered is ample, and that all fair claims will be ytJiS moreBccordinS,? eq?"ty than legal techni The company is prepared to is>me policies aaainst rrr* er ^7 fl?011 DWELLINGS, FlfSSl ' loclka in /' MANUFACTuRiB8 ware JULSKS, all descriptions of BUILDINGS, and ie.rcontents, or all kinds of MKRCHANDI8F transported by VKSSBLS, 8TBAMB0ATS pa <AL BOATS, RAILKOAta, id .i!?t25i ?? Vmomn" ?r J1" ftnJr P?n">n of RURorn lnj ^.-neiiiLA, and on the iiuils of STEAMBOATS ?aT.jraiujg thc western waters EA??OA I 3 1 he rates of premium will be as low as other in ?xin# tlie,n every improvement SSdSlSi? 30 arnui?traent *"> into All l.tscs speedily adjuated and promptly paid. 0."ice north west c< mar Pennsylvania avenue and ev ateenth *lrueit Washington city, D C. v/w\Ura'iCe "Uty ali* ht effe Ud ^ the Home Office SorthsoeU comer H ulr.ut an4 Second Streett, PkUal \ "?oiher principal cities of the United mar ??*uthotiz-* of the company. ifomc Insurance Company of New ToriT OFFICE NO* 4 WALL STREET. C4nL?,?P'rtal V * * V 8500,000 00 . . "f Assets Ut J,ln., 1857. .872.823 SI Amount of Liabilities*. 42,460 V3 rPH1S ?OMpANY CON T1NUE8 TO IN thT Merchandise. Ships In Port "_d lh.?lr c?rK?<?- Honwhold Fnrnituieand Per ZeVTl?'L't9:'nllY> m*a,n,t Loss or Dam. f oy i- ire, aq f-ivorab.e term*. l.osaes equitably adjusted and promp ly paid M ciaacTORs: Mar!,nJ A F Wil.marth; William O Umbert.flnacf AtA Lawrence A Co ; Geo c t oiuns, firm of Sherman * Collin*; Danford N Barney, firm of Wells. Fsreo A r? . i?.. . Hopkins. President Imporfrs^A Traders' Bank Ihnmas JJw-enger, firm of T A H Messenuer Ch?rt^R w f irn? flrra of Claflln- Wellen A K.j Chirles B Hatch, firm of G U Hatch * t'n ? ii Bu.n? flrm ct Haskell. Merrick A BuU*; L Attrrbury. Jr , firm of L Atejbury, jr , St Co ? iu Hom? Mman' flrmJ^ Crtman. Lothrop a'co : "u?? A STT} P *"a Stone, ? r * Co .James Humphrey, firm of Barnpv *eo*e Pearce flrm of G& rearoe * u? , Ward A Work. Ann of Ward A V\ or* A Son; James Low, firm of James I ow ? hfm I'rlf H# Frofhln?h*?n. firm of I H Frotblng iam A Co , Charles A Uulklev, firm of Bu'klev * h?; U Norton' *'ni of Norton, Jewet7 A Co ^ht^^f v v0rKan' Brm ?^0 .Morean ? Co , Theodore McNaraee. flrm of Bowsn Me. Nameo ACo.; Richard Blgelow. flrm of 6oin WoodVco' ?\m<L h ^ood; fl ,n of WlliardJ enJk ?s - Vi<wS? u Ea?' flfm 01 Kno' Rob ena It Co , Aift-dS Barnes, firm of A S Barnes Bliss A h?f th* firm of Gwrl?e buss 4. to, Roe Lock wood, of tbe flrm rf It A^o 'l?m?S?rLJk ha ? N",on' flrn> of Nelson ? KjO , Lyman Cooke, flrm cf Cooke. D ,wd * Baker; Levi P Morton, firm of Morton *? rru riDjatto Noile'flrm ?' Con<*lt A Noble; John B H utchinson, flrm of J c Howe A Co ? Paul firm of Stephen Paul A Co ; Cha's pTfalJ! ?in, flrm of Baldwin, Starr A Co : H Gilbert fiv Dwi/m U?,9ta 4 McConnell ; AmoV i' Dwigbt, flrni of Trowbridge. Dwieht A Co * J^VHovtUebU,'^m ?1 H,KmA Co I Jesse Hoyt, flrm of Jesse Hoyt A Co : Wm St?r ?iss, Jr^ flrm of bturais SLaw * r*i a ?rd ?f Ford fcubi>?r Co ; Sidney Mason nrm of ftia-on A Thompson; G*or?e T ^todman' firm of Stedmta. M.ynird A Co SU>dmafl. CHARLES J MARTIN Preu'f "?"? *! B ?u. BANK I N Gr H 0 U S E CHTTBB BROTHERS |)BP<>8I'S-OKPOSITS KKCKIV^ AND "heck" ??ld w?hout enarEe Draft, oh the northern seaboard cities received oa OepSit a! lNTaaisr om Deposits.? Interest will h#? *? upJ^ ?n Dep?8lta at ,uch rate" m may be agreed DkPOsITI IM VlR<?IlflA AND UNCDtlINT Mn I swck., iio.d,, ?aa 1.., ? m^k? ?* Cbbdit ?Letters of Credit ??<ii erals, and Interest allowed if Monev I* H and charged If Collaterals on K irh t posited, be a^r'^d upon al > on such terms as may Bills ow Kxrsi <vc* rr t will be furnUhed with drafu in ?!,T ^,OTi may be drsircd nevotiab'ein ihaiiiir ?um* as of the Union at*0Udb^in the different Citlea Lttterw of Credit on tin,!.? I asW'a .*'ss, ssai ? S aSSStfffiyprfs Europe R iilroad r**- -. v,n tb,s country or with Bonds. purchased for cash or by m ?" }X4rrmnt" located on commission ll^estli Qootatlona regularly furnished on ord^^r^nUo^aal1/^ com^TT11 Hou"w sponsible parties. commission to re ^bt-^/sS '^incw effete?1 E8tate ?it^te5Ttornih^liJu^ of c 1 ?1 ms?'or 1 Conzrtwir prompt attorneys P'o*cated by able and Jan Tf ' CHUBB BROTHERS, Opposite the Treasury. M*,a FACTOR WIGs ha i d"""'* 914 and 10/4 ttr"f I Bar!deans Fh^!?^ b*AID8, CURLS No 30f Pa **enue,ut)Mt*t? hoa,es ?NreB u . ,Up,U1/>.?^D?yl,?Music change. W?rk reP*^ed or taken in ei wjMsftisss "-Si. a Creams, Cakes, Water Icea, Coafci?\b<,,t ?ce wrtest notice, and on the mo?^?3;?f>? the ?da! a war-led at the la#t exhlbl tiof iT"18 ? poillaa Me. basics' Institute ' Metro b^"?l tf fU.lonAlnW.) Cj ?. ; L D * ? N ' ? FOUR-WHEEL Car" ^ c???. "dmi!y ftgw bpaattfal ?tylW iB^ received at the Jr?i v]2Z Fancy Store, between 8th and 9& a. j. mukvviiuN * ev. i NAVt NAY* "dBPARTMEN T, ) Bcaaac or PaovuiOMs and Clothi??, > March 17, 1857. ) SEPARATE PROPOSALS, sealed a ad endorsed "Pmposala for Navy Supplies," will be re ceived at this Bureau until 9 o'clock a. na. on Mon day, tbe 90th day of April next, for furniehiag tod debverirc (aa receiving ten ray#' notice, except fur Biscuit, tor which five day#' notice shall be given for every twenty thousand pounds required) at the United Staea Na?y Yards nt Charlewown, Mas-a chuaetu; Brooklyn, New York; and Go*port, Vir ginia, such quantities only of the following articles a* may be if quired or ordered (rem the contractors by the Chi f of this Rnreau, or by the respective rr finting nfflrsrs of the said Navy Yards, during tbe fi-cal year ending June ^0, 1*58, vis: Biscuit, Flour, Rice, Dried Apples, Pickles, Su ga-, Tea, Ccffre, Beans, Mola*a<*, Vinegar, and Wnieky. The Biscuit shall he made wholly from sweet sti perfine flour, of the manufacture of tbe year 1856 or 1057, but shall in all caaea be m-anufa:tur?d from flour mtde rf the crop immediately preceding the dates ot tbe requisitions for the cam"; and shall be fu ly e qual in qua'ity, and conform in aiae and shape, to the samples which are deposited ut the fad Navy Yards; shall b?a properly baked, thor ough y kiln dried, well narked, and delivered free of ciage to the United S ates; in g od, aound, well rtrieJ, bnglu flour barrels, as abive described, wttli the hradc well secured; or in air and wa'sr-tight w hi ky or spirit barrels, at the option of ths burenu The Flour aball be superfiae, and of the ira:iula> ture of wheat grown in the year 1856 or 1657; hut alia'l in a'l cases be manufactured from wueat of t iec rp .mined lately preceding the dates of the te quisiiion for the sain"; shall be p- rfe;tiy and in al: respects of the beat quali.y, and be delivered in good shipping order, free ?<t all ? barge to the United States. in the be?t new, Well sessoi.e , ?ound, b ight barrels or i.a'f barrels, at the < a e may be?the slaves and healing* to be of redoakofih3 be-t qna'ity, strong and well hooped, wi h lining hoop* artu.?J ?ach head, and equal in quality to sam le barre ai said navy yards; two ha f b*ne:s to be conaMe.ed at a ba tel, and not more than one* sixth the r> quire,> quantity 10 be in La f barrels. The Rice fhall be of the v.'iy ben quality, artd of tbe crop immedia e y preceding the dates ol the re quisitions for the >a i.e Tbe Dried Apples shall hs of (he best quality, and *1 a'l b- prerare 1 by tun-drying only, and s: all be of the cr -p of the autumn im . ediauly preceding the da;es of the requir itions for the same. The Pickhs shall Le put up in irou-bound caiks, and each enk shall contain one gallon of onions. one gallon of peppers, and eight gallons of medium cu cumbers, thy to the galion, and the vegetable i in cach shall we gh fi ty-seven pounds, a d ;bey only be pad for; and each ca<k sha'I than b ? fit e J with white wine vmega ofat If att42degreesoftiren? h, a id equal to Fr> nch vinegar; the casks, vejjet bles and v.r.ei*ar shall conform. a id be iqml in all re spects, to ibe templesd ; posited at the navy yards, and the contractors bha'l warrant aid guaranty tl.a t ley will keep good and tuu.ri fur at least two years The lion tieopeon tbr b .irelac nta i inj \Yh ;*?y? Mola?ses, Vinegar, l'icklcj to i>e we.l jaiuled withieJIral. * The Sugarhall be according to fain pics at the -aid na>y >ard< ; and be dry and fit for packing. 'j h/ T a shalb: cf g< od qua ity yiuuglyton, eqna! to the lamplc a* ?aid navy yarus, and be de livered in ha'f a-id quarter chcjts only. The Coffer s?.a!l ee e<j' at to tbe best Cuba, ac crrdin* to ??niplc The B ans shall be rf the vary b :st qual ty white be>n- an t shall be ofths crop iniinedi'tesy preceding the dates of tne requisition Im the same, 64 pounds to be ta^en at one Tne Molasses .-hall b ? fully equal to the veiy b at qua i y of Mew OiUaus Mola* es, and sbtll be de l,ver< d in well-sea-oned red oaK bane's, with white pine heads no? lea- than I )i inch thick ; thi stave* not less than ^-ii.c'i thick ; the birrels to be three quarters I o pt.d,ai.d, in addition, to have four iron hi. pt, one on ea:h bilge, Inch in width and '-16 h inch thi^k, and one on ea h chime 1 inc h in wid.hand 116th in h thick, inJ shall he thro outthly eoopered and placed in the btst shipping condition. The Vine ar sha 1 he of the first quality, equal 10 the standard <>f the United S atea I'haimaaupaia, and shall contam uoother tnan sctc rein; aim shall del vered in barrels similar in all respect* to iho*e required for mo as-ej, with the exception white cak >;av -s a id hi a la shall be auhsiitut'.''! t'>>t d rak staves and white pire heads, and sha'l be thoroughly cooper d and piared in the b ;st Khipping order. The Whiskey shall be made whol y fr?m g a-n, sound and niercl au.ab'e, and b ; full flrti-proof a< cordnm to the United tf atea cus'rim house standa d, and shall te rectified. It shall be delivered in go id, new, sound, b ight, three qnartera hooped, we I S'-asone l, white oac barrels, with white oat heads, the hi ads to be male of thre -piece heading, a d well pamie I; the staves not to be leas than 3s Inch thick and th~ h a>is not 1-aa than %-inch thi k; ai d ea h bate, shall b; roipercd, in addition, wnh one th ee penny iron hoc-p i?n each b Ige ineh in width, and 1 )6ib inch thick, and one three pinny hoop on each < hime, I % inch in width, and l-16lh inch thick, at per diag.a'n The whole t,? be nut in go? j snippinj; o der, free of a'l charge to ;hc United a:es. All the f>regiing dwribed articles, tmhracing casKs, harrels, n.ilf barrels and box a, shall hi sub ject to mi -b in jiejiinn ss the chief of this bureau uiay direct, the nspectikg effi-er to be appointed b the Siw |ieair>in nt. All itutiectiona to be at the pla ?.*. >.f (te'ivciy uiscuit may, however, be in spected a. the place ot maniraciuie, bat will in all taw be subject to a inal lnapecuuii ai the place ol delivery before bills are sigaei therefor. '1 lie prices of all the loto^oing atlicUs tube the line throughout t'?e y ar, and bidders may offer lor one or in r : ar 1 lea. All the ca D, b? rela. and half harrels; boxe<, or packages, shall be ina ked with tb< ir c6iiteuis and the contractor's ra i.e A t the barrels and ha f I ar rels of flour, bread ftud pickles shall have, 111 ad i tion to the ab ive, the year when manufactured or put up, u.arked upon iheiu The rample n le ied to in tliia adv^rtiat in nt a e those select d for the ensuing fiscal y ar, mnd hart no rr./ti?nc* to tuck at bavt t>ttn prcvi'iutiy tar kibiUd. Ths quantity rt >h * tbeae artiele-. w hich w. 1 be rr. quirnd cannot b: pn ciaeiy stated. Ihry wUl prob ably bi about? To bt offertd for Biscuit l,tOJ,u<K> lb- per 100 lbs Finr...... 1,400 b ils....per bbl Itice 250,000 lbs per lb Dried Apples 15'J 0 0 lb?......per lb I irkles 100.0> 0 ib'....?.per lb S gv Si .OOOlbi per lb? I ea.................. 4$,t.00 1 bi..??? ? per 1 b C<ff:e 2/ijUOJ lbs pe, lb Bea ts 1.0,0 besh....per bash Moia^set SO 000 gals.... v inegar.*... '2:0 )0kals per gal VVuiskey 50 000 gals.... j,er gal The quantities ot any or all may be ineresard or d in nianed as the may henalter require. The contracts wi'l therefore bs cede, not lor sj ec fie q -anti ea, but for such q 'antltiea at the service m*.y require ta be deaverai a those n^v/ yards reapew tvdy ? + Contractors not raiding at (lie placea where de liveries are required must establish ag-ncies at such places, that no delay may arise In turni liing what may b< required; and when a contra K-r tails promptiy to ci mply with a reqiaiauion, the Churl of tbe Ituieau of rroVifioa- and Clothing shall be aia thortzed to direct purchases to be m^da to aupply the defi - en y, under th" penklty to he exprewed 1a the contract; the record 01 a r*qi?i*U on, or a dupli cate copy thereof, at the Bur aa of Provisions and CI 'thing, or at either of the Navy Yarda aforesaid, aha: I be evidence that euch requisition ha# bttca made and recelv. <L Separate < ff-^ia must b * made for each articla at each of tint aforesaid Navy Yards'^ and in ca a aert tnan one arucls is con'ained in the offer, the Cbiet 0 the Bureau will have the right to accept oie or m ire of tbe smelts contained in such offer, aud r - ject the reaaiuder; and bidders whose propo-a.<? are acecpted(and n ueoUier?) wUi be forihwi h notified, and as early aa practicable a ennt-a t will be trans mi ted to th? in lor exeruuon, which eonuact mast be r?turi>el to ih? Burt-au within t?n days, exciu ?iv>? of the t mt required lor the regular Iran mis< tun 01 the mul. Two or m >re ararruved sur-tiea in a sum equal to the estimated amount cf the resp'-ctive en tacus will he required, and twenty per centum in addition will be withheld ro 11 the amount ot all payments) n account th> reol a*oollale-aJ security, m addition, to secure 1 a performance, and not i<i any eveait to be paij until it is in all respects complied with; eighty pe' eentum of the amount of all deliveries made will be paid by the navy agent within thirtv days after bills, duly autheriii.ated, shall bavi bccii p:e-ented to h m Bla k foims of propr*ala may be oh'ained on ap f?li? a'ion to th" navy agents at Portsmouth, New H mpelure ; B w<to 11, New York, Philadelphia, Ba' timore, Washington, Notfolk, Pensacola, an i a', this bu-eau. A re ord, or duplicate of the letter inf im ng a bidder of the acceptance of h a proposal, will be deemed a n tifi.-ation thereof within the meaning of the an of lb46, and hia bid will b? ra de and ac cepted in conform.ty with tUa undersundlng. Evet J offer male must be aceoinpanied (aa di rected in ihe act ofCongreaa making appr priationa fojg the nav I service for 1846 '47, approve 1 JO h August, 1846,) by a written guarantee, signed by one or m<-re responsible p-r.ons, 10 ths effect that he or they undertake that the bidder or bi Iders will, if bis or Licit bid he a ceptcd, enter into an obligation within Cvddays vith good aud tufllcient auretiea, tifirmah he auppliet proposed. The bureau will not be ob igited to cnaider any pr-ipo al unleaa ac conrijani d by the g a antce isquired by law; the ?omp tency of the guarantee to be certified by the navy agent, district attorney, or collector of tbe cuitutnt. TKe attention of kiddert it called to the tamp ea a*d dttcrijtio* of *rti< lc? required, as, an the intpee tu,nfor reception, ajuU hut rigid comparison u ill be made between the mr ictes offered and the mimpie and contra t, receiving none that fa I below 11 en ; umd their attention it a/so par t Lrnlat ly direct d to the joint resolution of zlth Mure", 1854, and to the act of I"gA n ar lS-law4wJ ROIU.JUBT Bec<lv?d 1 and lath 1 IM' FEANI A. MeOJUE. Mod If In? ?Tor THAT COUGH I fTHB GRKAT REMEDY FOR COURMS, X Colds, Caoar and Wnooriite Coaem DR. ROSE'S COUGH SYRUP Cures Coughs of the wont kind. it aleo earn hoarseness, tore throat. weakness of the chest, pain in the breast and long affections Where ever there I* pain mix wltn the Cough Syrup 10 drops of Fain Curer, and yon will find immediate relief. Dr. Rose's Cough Syrup relieves and frequently cures a consumptive eoogh, and fortl fles the system against farther attacks. IfT* ia bottles at 50 cents and SI. TO CURS CROUP. The Uvea of thousand of children have been saved, by using Dr. ROSE'S Croup Syrep. it gives Instant relief. 99 cents a bottle. TO CURE WHOOPING COUGH Dr. ROSE'8 Whooping Cough Syrup la the only ceitaln cure for W hooping Cough, iteures

In a short time, and allays alf Irritation of the Lungs SO cents a bottle The above valuable medicines are reeommead ed by Physlclana who hare tried them In their practice. To be had of all Druggists In Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria. dec 10-4at COUGHS?CO LD8?HOARSENESS DH. TYLER'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF GUM ARABIC: The moat Pleasant, Safe and Speedy Cnre for Whooping fough, Croup, Asthma, Diseased Langs, and Consumption Enttrtd according to Act of Congrttt, A. D. 1837. IN A&AIN PRESENTING TO THE NOTICE of the public the above remedy, we feel that little apology 1" needed. Vast numbers In all sections of tne Union are obliged to have recourse to other sources of relief thsn the immediate pre script on of their family physician, and as each return of the winter season brings out a host of professedly new specifics, some good, others use less, and manv decidedly dangerous, It becomes as much a matter of duty as interest, believing this to be a remedy, combining the greatest ad vantages, with the least objections of any other In use, to make It as extensively known as prac ticable. That such U Its character, Is abundantly proved by the fact, that it has been extensively used the last twenty years with unparalleled suc cess: that Its reputation has continued to spread and Its sale Increase, with little aid from adver tising or published lists of certificates, (which all know can as easily be had for a worthless preparation as for a meritorious one,) that by Its own intrinsic merit, with the recommendat'on of persons benefitted bv its use, It has gained its present popularity; It Is not trumpeted to the wo-ld as a xpeclflo or cure all, but as a valuable and scientific auxiliary In pulmonary cases, ready at hand, and onf that has been generally foand to ifiord relief where most others have been tried without material nenefit As such, it is recog nised by numbers of our leading physicians, who know iu composition, and have been eye wit nesses of its superior efflea v, as well as by thou sands of our most respectable citizens, to most of whom reference Is cheerfully permitted. SolO at 25 cents, or three bottles in oae, 50 cts., bv NAIRN A PALMER, and CRAS. STOTT, Washington; CI8SEL, Georgetown, and PEEL A STEVENS. Alexandria. Also, "TYLER'S GUM ARAB IC COUG H CANDY DROPS." the sam* composition In a portable form, much patronised by public speak ers , singers, frequenters of public assemblies, Ac as they remove all husklness from the throat and voice, and act like a charm on a troublesome cough. Price 12# and ^Scents a box. dec 0-ly HOW TO CURE ALL PAlfl. PAIN IS THE FORERUNNER OP MOST diseases?cure the Pain and check the disease DR ROSE'S PAIN-CURER will cnre Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Pains in the Limbs, Sides or Hack, Sprains and Bruises, Ear and Tooth Ache, Pain or Cramp In the Stomach or Bowels, Sore Throat, Burns. i*calds, Ague or Lumps IntheBreart, Chills, Spinal Affections, and Pains in the feet Indeed, it curea all Pain, and 50 cents a bottle. If yon are Bilious and have a oad Cold, take DR ROSE'S RAILROAD OR ANTI-BIL IOUS PILLS. Tcev cany off all bile and re move a ccld. These Pills go aaaed of all other Pill* in their good effects \rr Boxes WW! and *5 cents. Sold by all Druggists in Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria. dec 10-4m CHEBRT PECTORAL, For the rapid Care of COUGHS, COLDS) HOARSENESS, BRONCHITIS,WHOOPING-COU6S, CROUP, ASTHMA, AND CONSUMPTION. Among the numerous discoveries Science has made in this generation to facilitate the business of life-increase its enjoyment, and even prolong the term of human existence, none can be namsd of more real value to mankind than this contribution of Chemistry to the Healing Art. A vast trial of Its virtues throughout this broad country, has proven beyond a doubt, that no medicine or com bination of medicines yet known, can to surely control and cure the numerous varieties of pulmo nary disease which have hitherto swept from our midstthousandsandthousandsevery year Indeed there Is now abundant reason to believe a Reme dy has at length been found which can be relied on, to cur* the ino*t dangerous affections of the lungs. Our space here will not permit us to pub lish any proportion of the cures effected by Its use but we would present the followingand refer further enquiry to my American Almanac, which the agent below named, will always be pleased to furnished free, wherein are full particulars, and Indisputable proof of these statements. OVYICB Or TXANSrORTATION, 1 Laurens, R. R., S. C., Aug 4, 1853. > Da J.C. Atb* Dear Sir.?My Tittle son, four years old, has just recovered from a severe attack of magllgnant Scarlet Fever, his throat was rot ten, and every person that visited blm. pronounc ed him a dead child Having usedyourCnnaaT Pictqbal, In California, in Lie winter of 1850, for a severe attack of Bronchitis, with entire suc cess, I was induced to try It on my llttie boy. i gave him a tea-spoon-full every three hours, com mencing In the morning, and by ten o'clock at night, I found a decided change for the better, ana after three days use, he was able to eat or drink without pain. Its use in the above named disease will save many a child from a premature grave, and relieve the anxiety of many a fond parent For all af fections of the Throat and Langs, 1 believe it the beet medlcli e extant. A feeling of the deepest Ktltude, proir pts me In addressalng you these is,?but for your Important discovery, my little boy would now have been In another world. 1 am yours with great respeot, J. D. POWELL, Supt. Tram., L. R. R. Rooky Hill, Somerset Co., N. J , > July fit, 1853. f Da. J.C. Avaa. -Since your medicine has be come known here it has a greater demand than any other eourb remedy we nave ever sold. It la spoken of in terms of unmeasured praise by those who have used It, and I know of some cases where thu best they can aay of it la not too much for the good It has done. 1 take pleasure In selling It, because I know that I am giving my customers the worth of their money, and I feel gratified In seeing the benefit It confers. Please send me a further supply, and believe me Yours, with respect, JOHN C WHITLOCR. P. 8. Almost any number of certificates can be sent If you wish It. Winpsoa, C W., June SO, 1899 Da. J. C. An* Sir,?This may certify that! have used your Chikkt Pbcto&al for upwards of one year; and It Is my sincere belief that 1 shoald have been In my g ave ere this time if 1 had not It has cured me of s dangerous affeo "? ~nd I do not overstate my con you It Is a priceless remedy. tlon of the lunga, and I do not overstate my con victions when 1 tell you It la a priceless remedy. Yours very respectfully, D. A. McCLUREf Attorney at Law. WiLBsaanna. Fa , September S9, I860 Da. J.C. Aran. My dear Sir ?Your medicine la much approved .of by those who have used It here, and its composition la such as to insare and maintain Its reputation I Invariably recom mend It for pulmonary affections, as do many of our principal physicians I am your friend, CHAS STREATRR, M.f>. Prepared by DR. J. C. AYbR, Chemist, Low ell, Mass Sold byZ D. OILMAN, Washington, and all respectable druggists. dec 8-4m 510 000 FEA.CH TREES. AT TEN DOLLARS PER HUNDRED?FOR sale at my Nursery, near Washington. The above trees ar? all of fine growth, andWf of the beet splMt frail. nrcifessT allows* o* dbfositbi. MO ME r f LOAM on STOCK SECURITIES irasis. linns. Opposite theTrsnsary THE HOUSE OF CHUBB BKOTHBB 8^ W satinet on, CHAS. St J. CBUBbT^ JOHN D. BARROW. HENRY HOLMES. THE ROUSE OF 6HVBB BBOTHBB, B A BROW * CO., Davbbpobt, Iowa, 1* composed of CHAS SiJ CHUBB, ALKX'R H BARROW, Jaa87-tf WM H DO0GAL ? MEW AMD BEAUTIFUL STYLE. ?uiteetara from lltM Stsns, by ll? W*a? Cuilttai Slat* Csmpaay, w?. fflHESB MANTELS ARE ENAMELLED IN X Imitation of the richest ud most apewlvt EGYPTIAN, LISBON. VERD ANTIQUE, PORPHYRY. PYRENEES, BROCATELLA, AGATE, SPANISH GALWAY, snd other rare and desirable MARBLES. The imitatioBs ai* ?o perfect that they chalencethe closest ?crutiay Tbey are so highly polished that they retain thai beauty much longer than marble; axe not Injured by smoke, coal gas, or acids, and can be sold much cheaper than any others la market. Prloe ranging from $189 to f 13 Architects, Builders, and others are lavlted to oall aad examine samples at No 5l2Seveath street, 3 doors below Odd Fallow' Hall, up sUlrs. V. M HANSON, sa 11-ly Agsat BOOH BINDING. Otrsir f/iMsU itrul ss4 Mmrflmmd mini, sisrlii SmiUksios Institution. Edward lycett respectfully in forms the subscribers to Brown's Bible aad Shakspeare, bow Just completed, that he is pre (tared to bind those works In a superior style ot ?Iterance, strength and solidity, and upoa much more reasonable terms than can t>e done 1b Balti more, Philadelphia, or-New York. A letter ad dressed to him (per post) will eoable him to ex hlblt to the subscribers specimens of bis style el blndlag. Every kind of Book Binding neatly ex gen ted. sefi7-om Rectifying Establishment. TU E UNDERSIGNED TAKES THIS method of informing liquor dealers that he has fitted up a RECTIFYING ESTABLISH MENT in this city, and is bow prepared t* sup ply ail those who mar favor him with their cas toru. He has on hand a large sloe* of Braadlss, Gin, Wines, and Old Whiskeys, which hs can *ell at as low a figure as they can be purchased for either in Baltimore or Philadelphia N B. The subscriber has also oa band, s large lot of Foreign and Domestie Clear* PETER FEGAN. No. Louisiana avenue, near 10th st. Jan 14-9m* TO ALL THAT VALVE THEIR SIGll'J WISHES TO CALL THE ATTENTION to all thit suffer with defective sieht can fed by ace. sickness, and particularly fronr glasses Injudiciously selected, to his superior SPECTACLES and G LASSES carefully ground by himself to a true spherical accuracy, and brli liant transparency, suited precisely and benefi daily to the wearer according to the concavity or convexity of the eye. Very numerous are the ill effects caused to tne precious organ of sight from the commencement of using glasses 1b aot be las precisely suited, by the use of sa Optonuur f aad the practice of man v years enables him to mens ure the focal disease of the eras, and such glass es that are absolately required will be furnished with precision and satisfaction JOHN TOBIAS acknowledges the very libe ral encouragement slready obtained, aad further solicits the patronage of those that nave not yet availed themselves of bis aid Persons that cannot eon veaiently call, by send ing the glasses In use, and state how aoaay Inch es they can read this print with their spectacles, can be supplied with such as will Improve their sight. Innumerable testimonials to be sees; aad ref erences given to many who have derived the greatest ease and comfort from his classes. Circulars to be had gratis, at his oBce, No 31U SEVENTH STREET, tkros doors from Odd Fsllotos' Holl, Br itilll. Nobvolk, September 7,1384. Sir?The Spectacles you made for me suit ver> well, and seem to have Improved ory sight more than any other 1 have lately tried. LiTT. W. TAZEWELk. I have tried a pair of Spectacles obtained from Mr. Tobias, and find them of great assistance tc my sight, uid corresponding with his desert ados of the focus, i rocommen-4 him as a skillful op tician. HENRY A. WISE. Having been Induced by a friend to visitthe es* tablishment of Mm. Tobias for the purpose of try ahis glasses. 1 was furaished by him with a r slightly colored blue, which nave afforded me more relief and gratification than any 1 have ever tried. My sight, orlglaally very good, wac injured by writing and reading at night, fre Sientlv to a very lale hour; but with the aid of ese glasaes 1 can study almost as late and that too without the pala I have prevlousl) suffered. - JOHN WILSON, Late Commissioner Gea'l Land OBse. Dec. 11, 1833. 1 have used Mr. Tobias's Spectacles for thre> or four moaths, and take great pleasure in say lng that 1 am much plea^d with them, i tav-. beea much benefitted by them. May 3th, 1838. SEOR. P. SCARBSRBR. I wasreccmmeaded to Mr. Jobs Tobias as ? skillful optician: aad as I have eyes of remark able pecullarltv, I was gratified to lad that Mr Tobias seemed to comprehend them by ins pec - tloc and some slight measurement, and he has made me a pair of Spectacles that suits me ad mirably. A. P. BBTLER July 11, less. W i Lit IBs ton , N. C., Jan. S7, IBM Mr. J. Tobias : Dear Sir?1 am happy to say that the Spectacles wlilch 1 obtained from you last week are entirely satisfactory. From an inequal ity in the visual ranee of my eyes, I have hereto found great difficulty in getting glasses of the proper focal distance. It affords me pleasure to proper focal distance.' It affords me pi state that, by the aid of your optometer, t oulty has been happily obviated so that the glasses you furnished me are decidedly the best adapted to my eyes of any 1 have ever yet used. "illy, yours, R. state that, by the aid of^our optometer, this diS iecid veei Very respectfully, yours, R B DRANE, Rector of St James' Pariah DnatMiHT o? Ibtbbiob, May7,1888. From aatural defects and the unequal range of my eyes, I have been compelled to ase glasses for several years. I have tried different opticians without obtaining glasses perfectly fitted to my eyes. Four months since Mr. Tobias made two pairs especially for me, which I have found to serve me perfectly. By the use of his optometer he is enabled to adapt Glasses minutely to the eye. 1 moat cheerfully recommend Mr. Tobias to all having occasion to use glasses, aad bear my tsstl mony as to hia skill as an optician. HENRY E. BALDWIN, Assist. Sec'y to sign Land Warranto. P. 8?OPERA GLASSES of great variety. TELESCOPES A MICROSCOPES, WATCH MARER GLASSES, aad many other articles In this line at very low prioes ooastaatly oa hand. IT 1B-Iy e&BAT BBDUCTIOB IB THB FBICB OF BOOT! ABB 0 AITBBI 1HAVE ON COMMISSION, FOE A PHIL adeiphla manu facturer, a first rats Sewed or Pegged Calf-Skla BOOT at S3.76. full as good aa those usually sold at S3 or S8j aad a French Calf Patent Leather G AITE R at S3.80, as good as aay at S3; a first rate Calf ?alter at S3.38, these are the best goods that is (or ever were) sold la the Dlsttet for the prlee; for the proof, come aad see for yourself. Terns positively cash No sxtra profit charged to c flhet bad debts. Call at the MEW YORK HAT STORE, Seventh street, near Pennsvlvania avenue. Best RUBBERS for gentlemen tl. ->M tf ANTHONY. AfWi sftATB! MATS I CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FBLL supply of BEEBE'S ? NEW YORH STYLES, together with TAYLOR'S HATS, of BALTI MORE. The best blaek drees HATS got ap in the Latest style for S3.30, as food aa those usually soM ??^sgeed feshlen able flat at S3, worth f4; aad a first-rate Hal, 9* 88. The beet materials and thtkMt workmaashlB is employed toprodaoe a S3 Hat, whleh Is sold foi S3 50. We do a oash business. meet with no los ses, but slve sash customer hall value for his money. Pelt Hats unusually hum. N.B Agent flm Drlscoll's Balm of a Thousand Fla?mPrtosSfi sseMP?' ? ? - AN THON Y. 7 th street, near Ps. sysnae.Agwt ?wrsNow YeckHstOosapuy. 801Ml lifwititn far Twfton, MVW SOVTX TO THX soutlwstt ?karhlktchari ESTON iklruia cohiictip* ck?ntih|? with ?(?fin, teaa. The last connecting link op RAILROAD between the Northeast aad ~ " " " ? railroad coons*. missis. pmtkvht, femlBf ?? ratlN railroad man Men betweea new YORR and THE MISS SIPP1 RIVER. vlaaugusta, ?a Thia reed will ba completed aad epeaed tot the regular tra asportation at Pa?aa^en and Freight by the lat of aptll, and will afford more Kxpedltlon, a ad le*a Expense, ttan anv other rrote between the northeast and Southwest pu sen get a aed Shippers wul take doe aetloe i udfoma themselves accordingly The Freights in charge of the Ail? h apten Com,may la carried over this road deity by the passesrer trains. F C. arm8. ?m> la-tf rcaeral *uf*rlr te.ndeat oeanh* a alkrardr1a k. K. ho AO. 0rMt Southern Mail Ltn * Twodtlly* TRAINS (SUNDAY nilhh excepted) leave Alexandria for richmond? At 7* a m , and pjtf p m Fare #5 m. JAMES A. EVANS, fob 14 Ageat. WASHINGTON BRANCH rallkoto, Trains leave warhinrton for BALTIMORE at ? and f a m , tsd S and 4* f ? On t*unosy at 4)| p. oa. Leave jaltimorh for WASHINGTON at 4fc sndajtf a m ,and 3 and 5g p. m On Sunday at 4 * a m passenger* for Philadelphia and New Yorh whl take Trains at 0, rod 4^ . For annapolis will take l rains at ?)f and 4)4 For Norfolk will tahe Train* at and 9 For the wrat wll utc 1 rains at o and4^, con necting at the Washington Junction ian lb-tl T. h PARSONS. a^at "for all parts of the westt ialtimurkanduhiu RAILROAD. avir and Improved Arrangement*. Three trains daily from balti mere, for Cumberland, Wheeling, and all parts of the West. lat The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN will leave, (exeept Sunday) at ? 44 a m , connecting with trains from Philadelphia, first train from Washington (at Junction) ?wll atop at way eta tlons and arrive at Cumberland at 4 o* lock p. ux. 2d. The MAIL TRAIN leaves 'air,don Sta t'.on dailv (except Sunday) nt 0 30 a. m , and reaches Wheeling by 4 a m , connecting at Ben wood with trains for Colambos, Cincinnati, Pay ton Indianapolis, Louisville, Cleveland Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, st Louis, Cairo, and Interme diate points. ud. The EXPRESS TRAIN leaves dally a: 7 p. m., connecting with express trains for Cin cinnati, st. Louis, Cairo, Chicago, and Interme diate places The dictance to Cincinnati and other central and southern placss in the West it nearly 100 miles shorter than by anv other roafc Tbe time to titese places la also unequalled. ?icr baggage checked through to Coiumbus, Cin< lnnati, Indianapolis, rdtt Louis ct Passengers and Baggage transferred at all point* free THROUGH T1CRETS wlllbe sold to all the large towns in the w est, at the in west passible rates, at the Ticket ORce, Camden Station, aad at Washington city A second-class car is attached la the Mall Train. Passengers fromjbaulmors or Washington may view tht en tin road fry daylight, by taxing Ac com modal Ion or Mall i rain, and lylagoverat Cumberland or Oakland They resume next morning bv the Kxpreoe Train, which ?saves Cumberland at 2 50a. m.; and reaches Wheel ing at 58 p. m peaaengers from Washington have ample tints for meals at Washington Junction This la the only route bv which Through Tick ets and Baggage chaehs can be obtained la Washington FOR WAT PASSENGERS The Accommodation Train at ? 45, will stop at all stations east of Cumberland, and tbe Express at sta'lons between Piedmont, gol g west East wardly the Msll Train leaves wket-llag at 7 19 a m , and Accommodation leaves Cumberland at 6.90, reaching Baltimore at ft 45 p m. The FREDERICK TRAIN starts at 4 p m , (except Sunday) stepping at way stations Leaves r rederlck at 9 a m , arriving at Baltimore at it. 30 coon. The ELLICOTT'S MILLS TRAIN leaves Camden Station at <5 a m and 3 30 p m. Leaves Elllcott'a Mills at 7 30 a m. and 7 30 p m , a cept Sundaya. W s wood3ide, Jan 16-tf Msster of Transportation THE HEW YORK A*D liv1rp00l UNITED STATES MAIL ITRARRRI The Skipt comprntng thi$ Lint art : The ATLANTIC (. apt Oliver E'drldge The BALTIC Capt Joseph CorosUtk The ADRIATIC Cspt James West These ships having bean built by contract ex pressly for boveirmmt service, every care has been taken in their constructor, a* sjsrln ?.elr engines, to Insure strength and apeeo: and their ac ommodatlons for paaeengera are unequalled for elegance and comf ?rt. Price of passag*- troaa New York to liverpool in first cabin. 1130; in seoond do , ?75. ?i" ualve use of extra slxe state 'ooma. f3*5 f ?? n. L ver pool to New Yorh 30 and 26 putr**<- ? exr?e rlenced Surgeon attached to sa'-t ^<--br. ??? can be secured until paid for The -ni- ? of this line have improve.: water-tieut hulk i . <la, and to avoid dsnger from lee will not e:ox- iv ? ^snks north of 42 degrees, until after tbe it 1 f * ?? PROPOSED DATES OF SAII * FROM >kw YORK , fr'?? li'. " rtlimir, juury S, 1w*I wmnwl*r. *?*?>.? htord*?. ii, lis: j?,. ? *1 satmrday, J?nu?rr si. 1kt i w?|kmir, Y l>r? >, i' " s?tnr<{?y, F*bro?ry u, 1mt Frbrn-. y >?, : satardar. marcs t?. 1 St? w*rir, burcti ?. b*mrd?y, inll 11, 1*4" w?d> April 1, J.5* 8?tnrS?r, M.J ?, 1*" w?5April Si, 1f?* 8*tord*y. may n, 1**: h?i?rd*y. jbd* a, 1mt baiariar, Jan* 5S, 18tr ?utnrd?r, ialy 4, . its'! satarday, July is, la?t May IT, uf ?'?l nJiy, jaa> ii, in" w*4ne*s*y, jaca m, lis* wwlaaaday, Jaly (. isf" wadaaaday, Jaiy ss, 1mi For frelsht or pnssn e spply to edw'D R COLLINS. No 5? Wall-st ,N. v. BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO , Liverpool. STEPHEN KENNARD A CO , No ?7 Avis tin Friars, London B 6 WAINWRIGHT A CO . P*ri" The owners of theae fhlps will not be accoui! table for geld, -liver, bulllen, apec^, iewe'ry, precious stones or metals, unless bills or lading are signed therefor and the value thereof eiprey ed therein . . ?? feo3 J REASONABLE St'RINO **oodr. ohn H SMOOT, No 119 BRIDGE ST, Georgetown, D C , has received and la now cffcrlng to customers, an assortment of spring GOODS, to whish iarare additions will ?oon be msde from the New Yorh auctloos. and of tfce lsteat importations He hns now rooelved and fe offering the following Goods, vlx : blh Gro de Rhine sllhs Challle Robes and Geatshalr Plaids Meuslla, Challle and Borage Delaines Plain Mouslln Detains (modes sad bright colors) Plata rinh, Bine, BvW and Green French Bril liants and Cambrics White and Buff ChJnixes and Brilliants, (Beat *3 rf b ^ and American Prints, new styles aad fast colors, Striped Calicos and sattleaa, for alhren India Dlmltrv and White Brllllsnu, cheap Plaid and atrlpcd Mu?lin?. from 12me to 25c. 6-4 White Cambrics (of Jones' celebrated make) Beat English Loag olihhs, (for ladies,) same make Jaconets, Nainsook and Swiss Muslins 3 and * 4 Blh Mouslln Delaines (Lupin's) bombaxloee, Alspacas and English Crapes Blh Love and Crape Veils and Crepe Collars Embroideries and Linen Cambric Handh'fh Dunbar, Dlckaon, anl Richardson Irish Llaea* Linen and Cotton Sheetings ibest makes) Shirting Cottons (ofall the most approved mi ha) Table Damasks, Table Cloths a?o Nspklas Bird Eye, huchabach ard Scotch Diapers Colored bordered Towellings, Russia aad Amer ican Cra?h White Marseilles Quilts Gents' and Boys' ca*slmerea cottoaades. Denims and Nankeens Velvet and Bonnet Ribbons Ladies' and Gents' Kid Gloves (all sines and a ambers) Brown English % Hoee, best makas Ladle* and Misses' Cotton Hose With many other xaaonablc Goods, to which be Invites the attention of prompt voytag and amah customers J. fa tjmoot. mnr d-tf STOCR IN THE vlb DOMINION COAL COMPART, RAN AW ma COUNTY, VIRGINIA. Subscriptions will re received at the Banking House of Chubb Brothers for the remalalng stack of the above eompenv, be ing three hundred shares The capital stoefc Is jdouaw,) Of which ?70 ooo hss ?e-n yg*1* ^ tke "nines are now prepared for ?*tl?a operaueas, aad c per cant intarwtwlu be goaranteed upon the stock now ofrnd for sale by tha crigiaal stockholders, far the period of tw-> years i^artieulaia in r?2ard to the at?ck and us proa yttmm aaade known vpoa application to ohubb BROTHERS tl f.r. pandr1p9r, afrtf.