Newspaper of Evening Star, April 15, 1857, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 15, 1857 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. Wa?ST5?T05, April ?, HOT. ?"J:. :'*?? XzvtXbh \ SJSif'i'SStS'rSS b5~T-; K?tjdid :??. I Oh tell mt where did Katy live. And what did K*tr do? And wns she verv fine and young. And yet so wicked too ? Did Katy love a naurnty man. Or kiss more cheeks than one! I warrant Katy did no more. (| Than many a Kate has don?. From the above querias. respecting poor Katy, I .resume the author had never seen the following fines written ?>y a youn* poet late of Brooklyn. V V. now a resident of this city, and which I think, were published a few years since. If you think them worth* of a place in your column?, they may afford some amusement to your readers, at the same time answer Mr. Holmes's inquiries. G. >> . H. THE KATY-DID. BY W. SEAMAN BKARI. Som? inserts with wings were serohed in a bough. Tru? Dutch-like in style, each ne with his Trow. . They were troubled in spirits and aft closed their And *p*ned their mouths to breathe forth their Tht irc^iiliren were gathered al! round thateaaehas. Will?' the wind rocked them gently as they sat their haunches. . A oouncil was called to meet in this trea, 'A ilMiUle*ix*n wl,th?yrivirClo^kii prim, T?*^<^v8s5k offh. ruu 'Twas Catharine at first, but they iooioh wa? rtnm SsSH,, TMs niade *t spell Cat. now this would not do, w V2!t?2i? with Wings wss something quite new. ?o th4 changed the first letter and made it a K, a nd thusthe objection was soon put away. To finish the sentence, thoy rniwlo a tio of th? s/V?, And thus loined together, made Aai?? you see. Now Miss Katie was proud and would flutter her Win^her'eye? at th? kt't and do many strange A parfecMroung A?rt was this insert no doubt. H?r tribe so suspected and at last found her out. Hut Ptill sh? haa fnewU who'd d^feinl her till death. But a stop to their kindness, stopped also their breath. M last she was called to appear at the court. But they sought her in Tain, nor eomd she be They*hnn?edthro' branches and looked all around. But the sW little vixen was not to be found ; 'Till at last she was seen on th" top of a tree. And sad to relate?in the lap of a he! S>me said they were kissing.and others said nay. And whilst thev were talking, the two new away. 'Twasa fly-nwav match between the young pair. w,? h one strained their eyes &s the> shot thro the They watched all that day, till the darkness of night Veiled the bride and her lover from tlioir sharp search'ng sight. Some said it was Kate flew away with the he. And others said no. that never could be; At last one proposed, their success let us drink. So they put it to vote.?and what do you think ? They ail voted " yes"?of course, nono voted " no. And each took a seat and formed a long row. The was brought, and they drank all that night. And v... . morning appeared they were all rather " tirht," , t . . Their bottle was broken and thrown on the groan J? But the guilty one never, as yet, has been lound. Some wtid it was Katv. who soltly had crept. A id broken the bottle whi ?* all of thnm s a?t, "Katie did" it, no doubt. 11 was always her way. To lie catistnz some mischief by night and by day? Some said " Katie dtd 'nt." anil this caused a row. And in the meeiee. they broke off the bough. Down eam? th? poor insects with the limb to tn? Not /uve - ne" or " she" could ever be found ; Their ahosts are vet h<*nrd in the still summer uight Fitfully murmu'ing the cause of the fight. " Kitie did" sounds a voice from the darkness around. Whilst hill top and valley re-echo the Bound, In sepulchre1 tones, new voices wo hear, " Katie did 'nt*' tioats mournfully on thro' the air. Abra.noiso tub Dimmbr Table ?The last duty of a mistress, before sitting down to dinner or before the arrival of her guests, ia to see that the table Is properly laid out and dressed ; good servant* kw>? How'to do this very well: but it is Ihe duty of the mistr*?s of the blouse to ?ee It done. In order that there mar be no occasion of ambarraaanipnt on assembling to bo seated. The form of the dining table is a matter of taste; some like the lonz table with round corners, others the oval, and others the ocagon?the latter being ad mirably adapted on the score of comfort and ele gance. The wood should be of oak or mahoga ny. as may best harmonize with the style of the room; if oak. all the furniture of the room should be of the same wood and the elaas and dessert service all old-fashioned. Mahogany should hove modern plate, glass, and china to corres pond. No dinner tanle should be French pol ished ; a rubbing every day, after dinner, with linseed oil and soft cloths, is sufficient to secure the brightest polish. To lav the table, according to modern fashtrm. four cloths are used?fl'st. an oilcloth, to prevent the table beirn? stained, then a woollen cloth, over which place the white dam ask cloth. It is the fashion for this to remain, so that a smaller cloth Is placed over the permanent tablecloth, and removed for the dessert. We are told of a remarkable case of perse verance on the part of adry goodsdrummer. See ing the nameof a western trader registered at one of the hotels, who he knew would be a desirable customer; and anxicus to secure him first, our drummer sat down in theofflce of th? hotel to watch the key of the western man's bedroom till he ahould come in to claim it. But something kept the stranger out very late and the drummer fell asleep. When he woke he found his costomer Lad escaped him by coming in and going to bed The drummer gave it up for that night, but early on the next morning he repaired to the door of the gentleman's bed-room, and seeing his hoots, which had been nicely blacked, standing there, he, with a lead pencil, marked them across again and again, until they could not be mistaken, and once more took up his position in the etflce, but this time near the stairs, where he e.ould examine the boots of all who came down. Finally he dis covered the ones with the well known marks up on them, when he cordially addressed the wearer by his name, as if he had known him for years, and probably sold him a large bill of goods !? Boston Poft. C7~The popular Cuban poet, A r rondo, died at Havana on the 2d inst. XZF Franklin Noves, a prominent merchant of Charlestown, Ya., died last week. |*TWm. B. Noble, a worthy citizen of Rocky Mount. Frankliu county, died on the 3Uth ult. JTjTF Mallorv. Esq.. has been re-elected Pres ident of the Norfolk and Petersburg railroad. [D-There were 112 deaths in New Orleans for the week ending the 6th inst. i>J~ A telegraph line between Alexandria and Lvochburg is in contemplation. JE^The Minneapolis. Minn., Democrat statea that between fifty and one hundred buildings are in process of erection at that place. \LT At the municipal election in Staunton. Va., Tnesdar, the old officers were re-elected, and the citiiens voted against lighting the town with 8M HT" The opposition party in Albemarle county, Va . have nominated Alex: Rives for the Senate and J J Bowcock and Benjamin 11. Magruder for the House * C^The weekly statement of the New York eitv banks shew an increase in loans of 9941.000, and a decrease of ftol.OMi in specie, 831,(JOO In circulation, and $3?i,<K)U In deposits. ITT Thomas Wiley and John H. Scott, two well known and experienced railroad men, have been appoinu-d conductors on the Northwestern railroad, between Grafton and Parkersburg. Va. 11^ The Missour' river is so high that it has overflowed it? t*anks as Weston. Lexington and other towns The Ice i? still solid in lake Pepin, but the river is open above there to St. Paul's. AKRIVALS AT THE HOTELS. WILLARJM' HOTEL.?C P Dixon, NY; J ltarcele. do; c B Meaorde, do: E Baird. Pa; W : ^ s Hall, ly. Mass: C B Payne NC; O Little. Ala; C BolUn.; H j , Roger?, Md; Hon L Boyd. Kv; S Miliken, do; R I Tweesmon, do. D L Small Pa, Dr Bussey, Md; i Si>encer. do; \\ Hopkins. Pa, J Glass Pa <i B Montgomery. Md; S Pellow, NY; II L Dugan. W Gray. N\ ; D Orm?, do; p Turner, ly, do; W Dravman. do; K Lume, Pa; Miss Lume do- T Hanson. Vt: J Sherley, Wis; W H Morlan Kv W Buford, NY; T J Hayden,do; R Swiss, La O Crayton, NY; D E Harburger, do; S Morrison NC; W B Pellitt, do; T Gage, do; L Gittings; D P Purcell, Va, C I) Braynian. do; W E Lowry, Pa; Dr Romely, Ky. BROWNd' HOTEL ?H B Root, NC: J R Dowell. Va; L W Wells. Gb: Miss Wells, do; Miss Ware. Md; H Dunning, do; R Rowley, N Y; J L 11 assail, do; W M Gabb. Pa; D Price. N J; H G Fork. NY; J I.an?. Ill; J R Doonell. Pa; J Cox. do; O F Peaslev, jr. NC; W Gwathmey, I SN; E H Herbert. Va; J W Payne, do; WR Wascott. Pa; B E Newcomer. Md; J A Hedges, O; A Ahrins. Md, Juo A All, Pa. J S Mitchell, Md; F Stone, svt, do. KIRKWOOD HOUSE ?C W Coueland. NY; J Gelinan. Ill; W H Bulle<-, Pa, F W Armstrong, Ky; D II George. NY; H A Sillcox, do; Col L Stansbury, Md; C Diggs, do. UNITED STATES HOTEL ?J Crosby, Me: W C Greene, Md; J Pleasants, Pa. MOVEMKSTS OF OLE AS STEAMERS. Fao* tuk U.iiiid Statsb. SUemers Liar?. Da9t. City ManchesterNew York..Liverpool..April l? Ariel New York..So ,np. Ac.April W Washington .... New York..Bremen.... April I<? Constitution New York..Antwerp. .April 18 From Ei aori. Ericsson Liverpool...New York..Apl 1 Borussia Hamburg. ..New York..Apl. 1 (Cunard?').... LlT?fp?ol...New Yofk...Apl 4 City Washlag'nl.lyerpool...New York . Aid' e Fuilon Soutiiain'o N?w York... A pi. 8 Tb? California Mall St earn? n leave N?w Yo*k M tlw rn md m* ***?. Mifcellaneon*. RANKING HOUSE OF D CHUBB BROTHERS. Dbposits. ? Deposits received ?n<1 Checks paid without charge. Drafts on the northern seaboard eiti??i received on Deposit at par, and Exchange on eaiil Cities furniahed to depositor* without charge. Intbrbston Dbpouts.?Interest will be allowod MIMfanti at such rates as mar be agreed upon. DEPOSITS IN VlttulNIA AND l/NCURBBNT MoNBY. Deposits id Virginia and other Uncurrent Money re ceived To be checked for, payablem sainefunda, or m specie, we charging the regular Exchange. Discounts.?No tee. Drafts, and Bills of Exchanxc will be discounted, and Loans made on Stock a, Bonds, and Securities, at the market rate. Letters of Credit.?Letters of Credit will be furnished, negotiable in the different Cities of the United States, on Deposit of Money or Collaterals, aad interest allowed if Money is deposited, and charged if Collaterals, on such terms aa ntay be agreed upon. | Tbafvliivo Bills or Exchange.?Trarelerswill be furnished with drafts in such sums as may t>e de sired negotiable in the different Cities of the Union Bills and Lbttkrs op Credit on England, Irb of ,KjtS*jango and Lettora of Credit on England, Ireland and Europe, furnished at the market rate fr?r Exchange, in sums to suit. Bonds, Stocks, Ac^?Bonds, Stocks, and Securi ties pay uig from b to 12 pr. oont.. always for sale, or the different Cities at a oommission of a V pr. cent. \v here Stocks are bought upon orders we reserve the right to call for a depositoYlO^ntoS the^oost. Bonds or Stocka wilf be ordered by tele Kailroab, Citt, and Statb Bonds.?Railroad ?aiJ State Bonds can be placed in our hands for ? e,th?r in this country or Europe. Kail l f,/? VLr^0rC od f(iT 0,4811 or Bonds. market rSe?ee a nT\vIL,an? warrants bought at the <?.d in ercS,^JiUJ.Err*nU told by u" ttro I>and V\ arrant* located on oemmission. quested. B# 'Hularly furnished if re orderV^V-Tt11^ to Western Houses on partiee ?n oomnu>*lon to responsible *u.L AJ,D Lnscr ancbs. ? Real Estate bought and sold, and Insurances effeoted. Claims on I. nitbd States, Court of Claims CourtEJf"ciiSt,mV,a tlie Uni,#d before the court ot Claims or Congress, intrusted to us, will be prosecuted by prompt and able attorneys. j(ln ? CHUBB BROTHERS, Jan n Opposite tho Treasury. T" AL'j<iiV*Trom'x,i.1; THK1R S10"r practical opribiax. wishes to call *the attention of all that^ _ atifler with defective sight, caused by age. sick Partl0Ulariy frem glasses injudiciously se M ~lie if",l,lwr,?rJKoTACLESand GL ASS ^pfu,|y/round by himself to a true spherical suited precise ly and beneficially to the wearer, aocording to the SI? the ft ^r,nTeX,tyJf.the tye- Very numerous ?.5kVf effects caused to the preoioua organ of sight from the commencement or using glasses in not being precisely suited, by tho use of an Optnme mli.nll ,v P?ct'ce,of many years enables him to measure the local disease of tho eyes, and such glasses that are absolute y required will be furnish ?d*'th precision satisfaction. JOHN TOBIAS acknowledges the very liberal fhf?il.r?*em*nt obtained, and further solicits themselveifof Ins al'd."6 Wh? tava UOt yet av,ulwl that ?*nnot, oonveniently oall, bv sonding the glasses in use, an<l state how many inches they can read this print with their spectacles, can be sup plied with such as will improve their sight. Innumerable testimonials to l*> seen ; and referen ces given to many who have derived the greatest ease and comfort from his glasses. Circulars to he had gratis, at His office. No. 512 Seventh street, three doors from Odd Fellows' Hall upstairs. ' ? ? Nor polk, September 7,1854. ii* : '? Spectacles you made for me suit very well, and seem to have improved my sight more than any other I have lately tried. L1TT. W. TAZEWELL. I have tried a pair of Spectacles obtained from Mr. 1 ooias, an<l find them of great assistance to my sight, amd corresponding with his description of the focus. I reoommend him as a skilful optician. HENRY A. WISE. Having lieeri induced l?v a friend to visit the estab lishment of Mr. Tobms lor the purpose of trying ?5.iSWT* l,t!ia f""u*hed by lum with a pair slightly colored blue, which have afforded me more relief and gratification than any i have ever tried. ??y eight, originally very good, was injured by writ ing and reading at night, frequently to a very late hour; but with the aid of these glasses I can study almost as late as ever, and that too without the pain i have previously suffered. F . . JOHN WILSON, Dec 11 IBM CotnrnlM'?n*r G#n'1 Land Office. Ihave used Mr. Tobias's Spectacles Ibr three or four months, and take greet pieaeure in saying tltat Lam?,T,J.f5Lp,?M?d w,th I have been much "stfs&sr- oio-p- 8carblru"' I was recommended to Mr. John Tobias as a skil i\iUlP i'*n ; \* ' hav? eyes of remarkable pecu liarity, I was gratified to find that Mr. Tobias seem ed to oomprehend them by inspection and some sliaht measurement,and he has'made me apair <Ts i!e eta July'11 *1856 adlniral,ly- A- F^BUTLER. ?? ft, Wilmjngton. N. C.. Jan. 17,1?4. ? k Z" Tobias. I>oar Sir : 1 am happr to that the Spectacles which I obtained from you last we??k i ' my have heretofore found Sl^tance li ZfTnr5ettlnf ,8ia"e" of thp P^P"r focal . j ? It affords ine pleasureto state that,by the fy'obvfated6? ?k* thf* dl?culty.has been happi de?dadhTti 65 J*.*?" y?u furnished me are ev? yet used P Uiy ?yes 1 have Very respectAilly,youre, R. ?. DRANE. Reotor of St. Jaraes'e Parish. Dbpartmbnt op Intbrior. Mav 8 inn Prom natural defects and t:ie unequal range of my ?y,e*? I have been compelled to uso g assos for seve ral yeers. I have tried different opticians without perfectly fitted to my eyes. Four V1"-^obias made two pairs especially h. ^ 7jl"r ! tiaTe foUD(1 to ?erve me perfect y. vzj? hl> optometer be is enabled to adapt glasses most minutely to the eye. I most checrfnlly i v to a" having occasion to use glasses, and bear my ?stimuli* as to bis skill as an optician. HENRY E. BALDWIN, ^ See y to sign Land Warrants. ft* OPERA GLASSES of rrcwit rftriAtv Tri kergYassks !P?^cop^s. wAT(/a maj: li.li .?V. ? ' and ,na"y other articles in this im fo , y low Prioes cjnstactly on hand. JJ lo?if Having completed our spring and iTi.ni?UrHJ,'>r arranfc*",0nt*. We are now prepare<I to numerous customers in Y ashins ton and ?mi*SU M MF R "iihTv k <ftr> d?scr"t,?" of whole \v\;U. i'KKNKb. such as premium MiN i, AIEK,!,piire Crab Cu'CR. Cmamtaonh Cidbb. Borton, Philadelphia.and XXX Pai.k Ales rich ? #rf ,,J'>er,or q^ify.unsurpassed'in flavor an J richness by auy in the I nion : X a P#rtek a Drnn#? article. For several of Uih alwve mentioned </rinks M<Lriioe,vr1, at the iate Fai'- of the Metropolitan Mechanics Institute the highest awards of merit GiViHlV x/i?'' for the haI',? of Turner Brothers ??DrE xisisvss*rV W\Ve havob^?l!ldf0"th'i "rt0#taccon,n?ndatni|f terms. mangle.*I^oSdo,Ser.0,W "f'10' CL<5THES ^?pS-Im Corner Green and Olive sts.^Georset'n theprice of I have on commission, for a Phila- TW\ delphia manufacturer, a first-rate / ^ X. uzyr CALF-SKIN W A 1 iT * ,*3 75-'u11 as5??d as those F\T I *K i-rit%^aTf ? . iVr8^,a French Calf PAT f,i ? ^vi'rlfns/w mVM VoRK llVr STORF ^'^Vk 'C""" tii'.NKW cy 1 vania a^nue. Sevcnth B?re? ^ p^no Sa^f'tfBBKRS Kentleraer *1. mnf<;4~tf ANTftONY.AgeKt. TO THE PUBLIC.?JOHN P lirvvia T wig taken the well known Coach Fac y AuUTOj ftc., ou the most reasonnhle tcrnm in mar ft?2m J lCoJoaRcXfif TES?Hromc, u-S _> ^Mte' Cracked Coco*. Manlard'a G KLaT1rxl^???lmt0* ?f venous k,ndi. GLLA 1 IN E^-CcK?per',shredand Sheet Ismglass, uacctiwrfi''^ "*? F'""Ch MACCARdNI-^uj,,,, M?<,roIU ,nJ Vdrniioell*. Canton Preserved Ginger, in iars. F"""- C-"...?n For sale by KJNG A BURCIIELL, ' ^ ?? ??\ *?vn ? t li 1 i| mar 2h corner of Vermont ave. and 15th st. JOSEPH GAWLER.CABI.N ET MAKER AND UsuBRTAgKR.?Ready made Cof-/ fins constantly ou Ijind. Funerals a' ? tend^l to, and interments procured in tiio fliflerent Cemeteries. Furmture of every de scription ma?le to order. Old Furniture Repaired and Varnished. Ware-Room* 182 Penu.avenue, be tween 17th and 18th streets. mar &-3m \OTICE?NOTICE.?I have a few of those chesp ?n Ttil LET SETS on hand, which I wish to close out. and will sell at cost. Also, GOBLETS and oth?r GLASS WARE, that must be sold preparato ry to a change in my business. All that want to buy cheap, please call at No. 31?, between 9th and 10th streets, Penn. avenue. feb 17?Sin JOHN McDEVlTT. "OOl'S-E. OWEN ik SON, Military Peni^'?l?mla Merchant Tailors, No. 2u kn??^n - "venue, respectfufly inftke^U ^ 'r friends and i,u?u,ni?r* and the f^Su'inme?^ ^ ^ ofsJr.S 5f_ and Summer Goods are now open for (nspce "f,*uf>?r'or black, blue, end fancy Wr^Uinrs wffh ? ^ of Fancy Cassimerce and Drulinge, with a choice assortment of V?stin>a of various .tries of patterns: together with a fu liup ply of Gentlemen's I- urrushing Goods of.vM.wr. ?tj-to the examination of wh^h thty T^viTTa friendiy call. ___ ap 1?dlw&en2w GIBB S HAIR MANUFACTORV, PENN'A Avenuk. iktwmx 9th ajsd 10th Sts.?Wiss half Wigs. Braids, Curls. Uandoaus. Frizzed Roll ers, Ac., always on hand, and made to order at a few hours notice. Ladies' Hair Dyed. Shampooed. Ac., in th" m'??t complete manner. AH sorts of Toilet Articles fr??m the best French and English houses. No. 3U8, Pa. avenue, up stairs, over Davis* Music N^H.?Hair work repaired or taken in exchange. feb 11-Sin ARNY'S CONFECTIONERY, No. 84. Bridoe Street, Oboroetown, D.C., where all kinds of Entertainments are furnished with the best lee Cr<am?, Cakes. Water Ices, Confectionery, ice., at the shortest notice, and on the most moderate terms. tiisisff imims ******* **trop^y Miscellaneous. L. KANT, Jm., A CO., LAND AGENTS E , AND DEALBRSlNEXCHANGE, . Lecoxpton, Kansas. Laid Warrants located and sold on commission. Land Warrants sold to prc-emptors on tirno. Locations aiade on "joint acoount." The aoti ve partner of the firm wu engaged in tha United States Surreys in Kansas, and wilfbesMe to make choice locations. Business sent through Sweeny, Rittenhoasa, Faot ft Co. will be forwarded to us. RBFKRB!fCBA i Sweeny, Rittenhouse, Kant ft Co., Bankers, Wash ington, D. C. E. W. Clark, Dodge ft Co., Bankers, New York. Drexel ft Co., Bankers, Philadelphia. Josiah Lee ft Co. Bankers, Baltimore. Fowle. Snowden ft Co., Bankers, Alexandria, Va, R. li. Maury ft Co. Bankers, Richmond, Va. 11. B. Merrell A Co., Bankers, New Orleans. John J. Anderson A Co. Bankers, St. Louis, Mo. mar 17?wl&deolin MCGREGOR ft CO.'S EXTENSIVE HOUSE FURNISHING WAREROOMS, Nos. 3BD, 928, and 521 Seventh street. tftJLL SETS OF PARLOR, DINING ROOM, HALL, and CHAMBER PURNITURE, in MAHOGANY, WALNUT. ROSEWOOD, and OAK. And a general assortment of all HOUSEKEEP ING GOODS always on hand, at lowest pnoes. Every attention given our customers. frr Houses furnished entire, at short notica. mar 17?eol m VITINDOW GLASS.?500 boxes Baltimore and vT Philadelphia Glass, all qualities and siaes, for sale at a liberal discount, by J. R. McGREGOR, mar 20?TuA F2m 544 7th street. ^yASHINGTON AQUEDUCT. Ojticx or the Washington AQCxnrcT.t Washinoton, March 4,1857. \ Proposals are invited tor materials and Work for the \\ ashington Aqueduct. P reposal* received up to 7th May will be opened at noon of that day. Maps, profiles, and specifications of materials and work to be let will be ready for examination at this otlioe on and after the 20th of April next. Tha work to be let wili embrace Masonry of some of tho Bridges, Graduation, Excavation, and Em bankment of Roservoirs, Iron Pupes connected with the Reservoirs, 12-inch iron main, Gate Houses, Bricks. Sand, Rubble, and Cut Stone. Ac. For the particular works and materials reference is made to the specifications and plans. As upon a portion of the line the titles are net yet acquired by the United States, there may be some delay in commencing the work thereon; but for such unavoidable delays due allowanoe will be madem the time of completion. Portions only of some of the works can be comple ted under thepresent appropriation; but all contracts for unfinished work will be subject to future appro priations by Congress. The Engineer reserves the right to prescribo the amount of work to bo dose and rate of progress under each contract for each appro priation; and in ease of tho appropriation not holding out sufficiently, to decide when and what works shall be stopped until funds become available. In ease of the entire stoppage of any particular work for want of fuuds, the reserved ton per cent, will Ixi paid, if. in the judgment of the engineer, the work has been properly ex ecu tod so far as it has gone. Payment* will l>e made in Specie checks upon tho United States Treasury, uponthe monthly estimates of the Engineer, reserving ten per cent.; and it will be a condition of all contracts that tlie workmen shall be paid their full wages monthly, and in specie. All bids should be sealed and endorsed Proposals for work or materialsonthe Washington Aqueduct." The United States reserve* the ncht to reject any or all the bills should they not bo deemed advanta geous, and to make such arrangements as inav be considered most conducive to the progress of tho work. Every ofTer must be accompanied by a written guar antee. signed by one or moro responsible persons, to the effect that lie or they undertake that tho bidder or bidders will, if his or their bid be accepted, enter into an obligation, within ten days, with good and re sponsible securities, for the completion of the work undertaken: said guarantee to be accompanied by tho certificate of the 1 nited States district judge, United States district attorney, navy agont, or some officer of the General Government or individual known to the Engineer or Department of War, that tho guar antors are able to make good their guarantee. Bids will be opened in presence of bidden, if any of them choose to be present. M. C. MEIGS, Captain of Engineers, in change. FORM OF GUARANTEE. To Capt. M. C. .Mkigs, U. S. Engineer. We, the undersigned, residents of , in the State of . hereby, jointly and severally, cove nant with the United States, and guarantee, in case the foregoing bid of be Acccepted, that he or they will, within ten days after the acceptance of the said bid, execute tho contract for the same, with good and sufficient sureties, to porlormor furnish thearti cles proposed in conformity to the terms of the adver tisement under which it was made. And in case the ?aid shall fail tc< enter into contract as afore said, we guarantee to make good the difference be tween the offer by tho said and the next lowest bidder. (Signed,) A. g. I hereby certify that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, the above-named guarantors are good and sufficient. (Signed,) _ E. P. mar 7 eodt7,Mvftlawtf Proposals for erecting marine BARRACKS AT PENSACOLA, Floriba. Navt Department, ( Washington, March 3,1857. { Sealed proposals, endorsed " Proposals for Build ing Marine Barracks at Psnsacola. Florida," will be reoeivedat this Department until tno7thday of April, 1857, at 3 o'clock p. m., for the construction or the Marine Barracks authorized to be erected at Pensa co:a, Florida, according to the plans and specifica tions prepared by the direction of the Navy Depart ment, copiss of which may bo seen at tho offices of tha commandants of the Navy Yardsat Boston, New York. Philadelphia, and Ponsacola, and at the office of the Quartermaster at the Marine Corps at Wash ington. The work is to bo divided into five parts, for each of which a separate proposal must be sub mitted : 1st. Proposals for building men's quarters and out buildings. 2d. Proposals for building officers' quarters and outbuildings. 3d. Proposals for building commandants' quarters and outbuildings. 4th. Proposals for building enclosing wall. 5rh. Proposal for building entranoo lodze. The proposals must bo for f urnishing all the mate rials and completing the work under each head in a manner-at is factory to the person who may be sp pomted by the Navy Department to superintend tnc same: and the Department reserves the right to ro jeot or accept th" proposals herein invited, or an* part thereof, when it deems tho interest of the Lmted States require it. Ninety per cent, of the amount of work done and materials delivered, according to contract price, wili bo paid from tune to tune, as the work progresses, upon estimates made and certified to by tlie superin tendent on the pait of the United States and ten per cent, retained until the completion of tho Contract and acceptance of tlie work, by tho said superinten dent ami Department, and be forfeited in the event of non-fulfilment of contract; provided that no bill shall be made for an amount less than five thousand dol lars. Each proposal must be accompanied by a written guarantee, signed by two responsible persons,(certi fied to bo so by a navy agent, postmaster, district judge, or some other officer of the United States, in the sum of five thousand dollars, that the biddor will, when required, if Ins proposals, or any of them.be accepted, enter into a oontract or bond, with proper and sufficient securities for its faithful performance. Bidders are invited to examine tho plans and speci fications at the offices hereinl?efore mentioned. The proposals must be sealed and addressed to this Department, and plainly endorsed " Proposals for Building Mann* Barracks at Pmsacola, Flori da." Those only whbse offers may be accepted will be notified, and the contract will be forwarded as soon thereafter as practicable, which they will be required to execute within ten days after its receipt at the poet office named by them. J. C, DOBBIN, Secretary of the Navy. mar5-2nwtApl7 Rea l estate office: A full description of all property left with me for sale, will be entered on my Sales Book, and receive my personal attention, and if a sale is effected, a rea sonable commission will bo charged on tho amount of sale. 1 will also give personal attention tothe Renting of Dwellings and other property, for reasonable fees. i he public amy be assured that all business loft in my chargo will be attended to with promptness and fidelity ; and that it is my intention toninko my ofhee a place of great value toall interested in Real F.state. Business respectfully solicited. Otfice nt No. 5i2 (second story)7th street, opposite National Intelli gencer Ollics. jan22-eo3m POLLARD WEBB. W. W. 11ACKNBY. w. B. BATTOW. ?HACKNEY ft DAYTON, Real Estate ahb General Land Agkxct, fob U-TuF?m OmakaJ^ity, jV. T. Proposals for lithographTc prin" OFFICII SCfERlNTKNDRNT PUBLIC PRINTING, ? . . ? , Washington. April 1, 1857. "?*]?d Proposals will bo received at this office until \\ tsdnesday, the 15th inst.. for executing iu the l>est manner the following work for the Senate and House of Representatives of tho Unitod States, via : 1st. For transferring from oopper to stone and printing twenty-two thousand nine hundred anil fifty impressions of each of fifty -seven charts, to accom pany the aumial report of tho Superintendent of the Coast Survey. 2d. For engraving on stono and printing twenty two thousand nine hundred and fifty impressions of each of ten charts, to acompany the same report. 3d. For engraving on stons and printing four thou sand four huudrod and twenty copies of each of twelve charts, to accompany the Fourth Meteoro logical Report of Professor Espey. In each of the foregoing classes the Proposals must state the price, and but one price, for transferring and printing, or engraving and printing, the required number of each chart bid for. Proposals will also be received at the same time for engraving on stone, printing, and oolonng four thousand four hundred and twenty copies of each of fifty-eight small maps, to accompany the report of Captain George B. MeClellan. The maps and charts will be epen at this office, for the inspection of those persons desirous of bidding for the same, until the closing of the bids aud any in formation desired will also bo furnished. The paper required for printing will be furnished by this office. , Contracts will be entered into with, and bonds with security will be required from, the successful bidders for the faithful execution of their contracts. It is to lie distinctly understood that no bids wjll i>e entertained froin any parties not directly Engaged blfWor prMtIC,lliy acquainted with, the style of work e*ecnf^0por?!* t'm9 required for the w.T hi ^nf th* ,workvor Portions of the same, and ? "l to tSSS&JSS?-*' ?? jfo' ?fc,Yr Insurance, &c. P R ? f5ssT Sfo t A M A G g WOTe F ROM TUB PERILSorr^SE^D ISLAND FARMERS AND MECHANICS* insurance COMPANY, OF PHILADELPHIA. Fi*b, Mabihb, and Islam) Iziicbakcb. Authoriued Car Hal 01,2?,OOO!!! Office, Noithwiit corxbr or PBK5SYLTAKIA Ath.alu and 17th Strhbt, WaSHIJWIOS. DIRECTORS. Hon. Thos. B. Florence, Charles Dingee, George H. Armstrong, Thomas Manderfleld. Charles A. Rubicam, Edwafid R. Helmbold, George Helmbold, P. Carroll Brewster, James E. Ne&ll, laaao Leech, Jr. THOMAS B. FLORENCE, President. EDWARD R. HELMBOLD, Secretary. LOCAL SURVEYORS.

Charles Walter, No. 3U7 D street, opposite City Hall. John M. Thornton, oorner 1st street and Virginia avenue, Ialand. James Williams, No. 22 street. John Riggles, No. 601 13th street, beiow Pennsyl vania arenne. MARINE SURVEYOR. Captain J. P. Levy, No. 367 Pennsylvania avenue, opposite National Hotel. GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT. John Thomason. Authorised Capital and Assets 81,473,077 07 Attel* #523,057 07 Invested in Bonds, Mortgages, and Good Seounties. The following statement exhibits the business and condition of the Company to November 1, 1856: Premium received on marine and inland risks to No vember 1, 1W6 #214,684 60 Fire premium 176,796 61 Interest on loan 8,704 47 Total reoeipta #400,133 68 Paid marine losses #64,437 04 Paid fire losses 33,737 39 Expenses, salaries,and commis sions 45,489 00 Reinsurance, return premiums, and agenoy oharges 77,474 88 #177,1? 61 Balance remaining with ttao Company . .#213,057 07 Tht Assets of the Company are as follows : Philadelphia city and county bonds #16,r>48 18 Railroad Imnds 11,(MX) 00 First inortgagos. real estate 143.5T) on Storks, collaterals, on call 33,400 no Girard and consolidation bank stock 5,125 00 Deposited with Duncan. Sherman A Co., New York *... 30,000 00 Deferred payment on stock not yet due 97,700 on Notes for marine premiums IflR.cifio 50 Due from agents, secured by bonds 33,376 18 Premiums 011 policies rcoently issued, and debts due the company 26,470 38 Balance in bank 16,456 74 #53.<\57 07 The business of this Company will compare favor ably with the most successful similar institutions in the United Slate?. From the 1st day of August. 1855, in fifteen months, up to the 1st day of Novemlier, 1856. the premiums and interest received amounted to the large sum of four hundred thousand one hundred and eighty-five dollars and sixty-eight cents, with the payment of losses and expenses of one hundred and seventy - seven thousand one hundred and twenty-oight dol lars and sixty-one cents. With these evidences of success and good man agement, the Directors feel justified in soliciting a snare of public patronage, believing that the security offered is ample, and tnatall fair claims will l>e ad justed more according to equity than legal technical ities. The Companv is prepared to issue policies against loss or damage by fire on D WELL1XGS, FURXITURE, MILLS. MAX U FACTOR IE S. WAR RH O US E S, All descriptions of BUII.DINGSand their contents; or all kinds of MERCHANDISE, transported by Vessels, Steamboats, Canal Boats. Railroads. and the usual conveyances to or from any portion of EUROPE AXI) AMERICA, and on the hulls of STEAMBOATS navigating the Western Watari. The ratos of premium will bo as low as other com panies, and in fixing them everr improvement in construction and arrangement will be taken into con sideration. All losses speediiy adjusted and promptly paid. Office, northwest corner Pennsylvania aranue and 17th street, W aahington City, 1). C. Insurant* may also be effected at tht Hornt OJlce, northwest corner Walnut and Second struts, Philadelphia, And in other principal eitiesof the United States by authorised officers of the Company. sp 3 JNTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOS1TES. MOXEY to LO AX on~STOCK SECURITIES CHUBB BROTHERS. BANKERS. Opposite the Treasury. THE HOUSE OF CHUBB BROTHERS, Washington, is oomposed of CHAS. St. J. CHUBB, JOHN D. BARROW, HENRY HOLMES. THE HOL SE OF CHUBB BROTHER, BARROW A CO., Davbbport, Iowa, is composed of CHAS. St. J. CHUBB, ALEX'R H. BARRO^, WM. H. DOl'GAL. jan 27?tf A CO., w ivorawy CHINA, GLASS AND QUEENS WARE. R. H. MILLER, SON A CO., Importers direct from Livorpool to Alexan- "~ dria, beg leavctocalltheattentionofdealers., hotel-keepers, and others of Washington and Georgetown, to their stocks of GOODS, __ which, for extcntand variety, will compare favorably with any establishment in the Eastern cities. The connexion of their senior partner with the manufaoturors of Europe and the I tuted States for upwards of thirty years, has given him advantages m the purchaso of goods equal, if r.ot superior, to any house in the trade. An inspection of goods and prices will satisfy all parties that purchases can bo m.\de of thom upon the most favorable terms. Frcoch China Dinner Seta, gilt and decorated French China Dinner Sets, gold liandajid plain white French China Vasua, Pitchers, Toilet Sets. Ac. French China Tea Sets, Cups and Sauoers,and other articles of Tea ware And Dinner Ware, separate from sets 1 nd ia C h 1 na D1 n nor Seta, and separat e ar 110I es al way s on hand White Granite Ware in every variety, in seta, and separate from sets, as may l>e desired Blue Printed or Liverpool Waro, the same Common Edged. White and Rockingham Ware, in lull aupplr. Cut, Pressed, Plain,and Moulded Glass Ware from the best establishments in the Eastern and Western States, which will be aold by the packago or other wise. Experienced packers employe*!. Goods nut np by us can be transported by any mode without breakage. Fare by the steamboats from Washington to Alex andria, almost hourly, cents each way. A quar ter of a dollar thus spent may savo many dollar* deo 1 XTEW FOREIGN SPRING GOODS.-The 1"Mibscriber* respectfully invite their patrons and the public generally to call and examine their verv iaree r.nd select assortmentof FOR EIGN SPRING GOODS, which thoy have themselves, with special oar*, selected for their special tnde. They also koep constantly on hand the l>cst quali ties of Arm? and Navy Goods?Epaulettes, Swords, Sashes, Gold Laces, Ac. They also invite attention to their Foreign and Do mes-tie Furnishing Goods, of the l>est manufacture and latest style. II. F. LOUDON A CO., Army and Navy Tailors, 368. feb?7?dtf under Brown's Hotsl. RECTIF YIN G EST A B LIS H M E N T.-The 11 n dorsigned takes this method of informing Liquor Dealers that he has fitted up a RECTIFYING ES TABLISHM EN'T in this city, and is now prepared to supply all those who may favor him with their custom. He has on hand a laree stock of Brandios, Gin. Wines, and Old Whiskeys, which he can sell at as low a figure as they can !>e purchased for ei ther in Baltimore or Philadelphia. N. B. The subscriber has also on hand a largo lot of Foreign and Domestic Cigars. PETER FAGAN, Jan 14-?m* No. 95 Louisiana av.e. near loth st. THE PERUVIAN SYRUP having successfully 1 paused the ordeal to which many discoveries in the Materia Medicaare subjected, must now be re oeived as an established medicine. ITS EFFICACY IN CURING DYSPEPSIA. Aftrtions of the Liver, liropsy, Xeu ralfia, Bron chitis and Consumptive Tendencies, Disordtr td state of tht Blood, Boils, (irntrnl Dtbility. and all Diseases which require a Tonic ana Alterative medicine is beyond question. The proofs of its efficacy are so numerous, so well authenticated, and of sucn peculiar character, that sufferers cannot reasonably hositate to roeeive the proff ered aid. Tho Peruvian Syrup does not profess to be a eure all, bnt its range is extensive, because many disea ses, apparently unlike, are intimately related, and, proceeding fVom one cause, may be cured by one remedy. The class of diseases for whieh the Syrup promi ses a euro, is precisely that which has so often haf fied the highest order of medical skill. The facts are tangible, the witnesses accessible,and the safety and efficecy of the Syrup incontrovertible. Those who may wish rbr an opinion from disinter ested persons respecting tho character of the Syrup, cannot fail to be satisfied with the following among numerous testimonials, in tho hands of the Agents. The signatures sre those of gentlemen well knows in the community, and of the highest respectability. CARD. The undersigned having^experienced the beneficial effects of the " Peruvian Syrup,"' do not hesitate to recommend it to tho attention of the publie. From our own experience, as well as from the tes timony of others, whose inteliigonoe and integrity are altogether unquestionable, we have no doubt of its efficacy in cases of incipient Diseases of the Lungs and Bronchial Passages, Dyspepsia, Liver ( omplaiirt. Dropsy, Neuralgia, Ac. Indeed its ef ? ""Mi <1 Iva . ? - a? ? - ? -r Vj inu<9oa m ei frcts would be incredible, but from the character of tnoee who hare witnessed them, and hare volunteer ed their testimony, at we do ours, to its restorative power, JOHN ptERPONT, THOMAS A. DEXTER, S. H. KENDALL, M. D. SAMUEL MAY, ? THOMAS C. AMORY. For sale bvZ. P. GILMAN. Special Agent, 390 Pennsylvania avenne, and at the General Agency, oorner of Land 8thstreets, Navy Yard. rebtt COME AT LAST- ?The German Student's Lamp.?The subeenber has just received. direct from Germany, one case of those excellent Reading Lamps. For writing, reading, and sewing at night they are especially intended, Fgrsaleby J. R. McGRKGOR, nyir 3B?FATnlm fii**th street* |4 C. SPALDING. FrTMtI? D ? . m _ ?'SiiSSk. Medicines. OT0P that cough * The Great Remedy for Cocohs, Colds, Crocf acd vN'hootiko Cocon DR. ROSE'S COUGH SYRUP Care? Coughs of the wont kind. It also cnmi Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Weakness of the Cheat, Pain in the Breast aad Lung Affections. H'here ever there la pain, mix with the Cough Syrup 10 dropa of PAIN ClRER. and you will find immedi ate relief. Dr. Roae'a Couth Syrup relieve* ai.d fre quently curea a consumptive cough, and fortifies the system against further attacks. 1L7* In bottles at 50 cents and $1. TO CURE CROUP. ^ The Urea af thousand of children nave b*en saved, by using DR. ROSE'S CROUP S\ RL P. It gives instant relief. 25 cents a bottle. ?? ? TO CURE WHOOPISO COIGH. DR. ROSK'S WHOOH1NG COIOH S\ RIP ia the only certain cure for \V hooping Cough. It curea in a ahort time, and allay a all irritation of the Lungs. SO ccnta a bottle. The above valuable medicines are recommended by Physicians wtoo have tried themui their practice. To be had of all the Druggists in Washington, Georgetown and Alexadria. d"c '"-4m PRIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE O \ THE PHISIOLOGICAL VIEW OF MARRIAGE. By M. B. La CROIX. M. D., Albany. N. Y. 200 paces and 190 fine Plain and Colored Lithograph* and Plates. ICTPRICEONLY25CENTS.ro \U~ Sent fret oj postage to all parts tjtke Union. Dr. M. B. I<a Croix's Physiological View of Mar riage. A new and revisod edition of 25o pa^e* ami 1*) plates. Price 25 cants a copy. A popular and comprehensive treatise on the duties and casualties of single and married life?happr and fruitful allian ces, mode of securing them?uifclicKous and infer tile ones?their obviation and removal?nervous de bility, its causes and cure, bjr ? procts* ct onrc so simple, safe, and effectual, that failure in impossible ?rules for daily management?an essay on Sperma torrhcra. with practical observations on a safer and more successful mode of treatment?precautionary hints on the evil results from empirical practice ; to which is added commentaries ou the diseases of fe males?from infancy to old a*e?each case graphical ly illustrated by beautiful plates. It 'points out Ihe romedies for thoaa self-inflicted miseries and di4? pointed hopes so unfortunately prevalent in the young, it laa truthful adviser to the married, and thoao contemplating marriage. Its perusal is partic ularly recommended to persons entertaining secret doubts of their physical condition, and who are con scious of having haxardod the henith. happiness and privileges to which every human being is entitled to. Price 25 cents per copy, or five copies for 81. mail ed free of postage to any part of the United States, by addressing Dr. LA CROIX, (post paid.) Albany, New \ ork, enclosing 25 cents. N. B.Those who prefer may oonsult Doctor ILA CROIX .upon any of the diseases upon which his book treata, ejthor persona!!} or l>v mail. H!? medi cines often cure in the short space <>f six dav*. rnd completely and entirely eradicate all traces of those disorders which copaiva and cubebs have so long been thougUt an antidote, to the ruin oi the health of the patient. His " French Secret" is the gi?ar con tinental remedy for that class of disorders which un fortunatelv. physicians treat with mercury, to the irretrievable destruction to the patent's constitu tion. and winch al! the sarsapanila in the world can not cure. |,rr Office No. 31 Maiden Lane, Albany, N. Y. lob 14-1 y PILES?PILES?PILES.?We ealTattention to ail who are afflicted with this dr?adful complaint to the following sworn certificate fioiu one of "ur most respectable citizens, the father-in-law of the proprietor of the "Courier des Etata Lms,'' aud formerly guninaker in Philadelphia: _ New York, Aug. 2Rth, 1W. Dr. DrrRiK?Dear Sir: I hereby certifv that 1 have been sfflicted with the Piles for nearly sixty fears, that 1 have us?d eighteen l<ottles of Barnes's 'lie Lotion, and everything else 1 could hear of, but all to no effect, for tncy did ine little or no good.? About two months aince, 1 commenced usiuz your remedies for the Piles, and have the happiness to sav that they have had the desired effect, having cured me. I consider this almost a miracle. for I am eighty years of age. I sincerely recommend them to an af flioted with the above complaint. P. VALLEE, 73 Franklin street. State of New York, t New York City and Couuty-S I. Joseph C. Lawrence, do hereby certify that on the da? of the date hereof, liefore me personally came P. Vallce, to me well known, who, Iwing by m? duly sworn, did depose arsl sav that the contents of tlio foregoing certificate signed by him are trne. In witness whereof 1 have subscrikied my name.as Commissioner of Deeds and as a Notary Public of the State of New York, and have affixed ni> Nota rial Seal, at my office in Now York, this 36tli day of August, 1S56. . . JOSEPH C. LAWRENCE. Commissioner of Deeds'and Notary Pub.;e of the Slaio of New York, 67 Wall strset, New York. We challenge the Medical Faculty of the United B?tates to produce a certificate equal to the above. r. Duprie's Remedies are the only effectual cure for External acd Internal Piles. Only 50 cents per box. Office?7'5 Nassau street. New York. Will be sent by mail to any part of the United States. For sale Ly I- ORD A. BKO-, corner of 11 tit street and Pa. avenue. Washington. D. C. ?c 23 ^OUGH?COLDS?HOARSENESS. DR. TYLER'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF m GUX ARRABIC: The most Pleasant. Safe and Speedy Cure for Whooping Cough, Croup, Asthma, Dis eased Lungs and Consumption. Entered according to Act af Congress, A. D. 1837. In again presenting to the notice of Mie public the above remedy, we feel that little apology is needed. Vast numbers inall seotionsof the Union are obliged to have reqpurse lo other sourees of relief than the immediate prescription of their family physician, and as each return of the winter season brings out a host ol professedly new specifics, some good, others use less, and many decidcdly dangerous, it becomes as much a matter of duty as interest, believing this to bo a remedy, oombuung the greatest advantages, with the least objections of any other in use, to make it as extensively known as practicable. Thst such is its character, is abundantly proved by the fact, that it has been extensively used the laat twenty years with unparalleled success ; that its reputation tias oontinued to spread and its sale increase, with little aid from advertising or published lists of cer tificates, (which all know can ns easily be had for a worthless preparation as for a meritorious one,) that by its own intrinsic merit, with the recommendation or persons benefited by its use, it has gamed itttpre sont pcyularity ; it is not trumpeted to the world aa a specific or cure all, but as a valuable and acientific auxiliary in pulmonary cases, ready at band, aud one that has been generally found to afford relief where moat others have been tried without material benefit. As such, it is recognised by numbers of our leading physicians, who know its composition, and have been e*e witnesses of its superior effioacv, as well aa by thousands of our most respectable citizens, to most of whom reference is cheerfully permitted. Sold nt 25 cents, or three bottle* m one. 5" <y?nts. br NAIRN & PALMER, and CHASLES STofT. Washington ; CISSEL, Georgetown, and PEEL & STEVENS, Alexandria. Algn. ?? TYLER'S GUM ARABIC COUGH CANDY DROPS,' the same composition in a portable form, much patrouised by public speakers, singers, frequenters of public assenil>b*s, Ac., as tlicry remove all huskiness from tke throat and voice, and act like a chr.rm on a troublesome oough. Price 12K and 25 cents a box. dee 2-1y AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, ~~ Fop thx Ccre or . Covghs. Colds, Hoarsenrss, Brcnchitis.Whoop tng Cough, Croup, AstKama an I Consumption. Among the numerous discoveries Science hns nwde in the generation to facilitate the business of life increase its enjoyment, and even prolong the term of human existence, none can 1>? n:iiul>ed of more real value to mankind than this contribution of Chemis try to the Healing Art. A vast trial of it* virtue# throughout this broad country, has proven beyond a doubt, that no medicine or combination of medicines yet known, oan so surely control and cure the numer ous vanoties of pulmonary disease which have hitherto swept from our midst thousands and thou sands every year. Indeed there is now abundant reason to believe a Remedy haa at length been found which oan be relied on, to cure the most dangerous affections of the lungs. Our spree here will not per mit us to publish any proportion of the cures effected by Its use, but wo would present the following:? and refer further enquiry to my American Almanac, which the agent l?eIow named, will alwnrs lie pleased to furnish free, wherein are full particulars, and in disputable proof of these statements. OFFICK or TRANSPORTATION. / ^ . I-aurens, K. R., S. C., Aug. 4,1R53. \ ii . Atkr. Dear Sir:?My little son. four years old, has just recovered from a severe attack of malignant Scarlet Fever, his throat was rotten, and every person that visited him, pronounced him a deadI child. Having used Chkrrt Pectoral, in California, in the winter of 1R50, for a severe attack of Bronchitis, with entire success, I was utduccd to try it, on my little boy. I gave him a tea-spoon-fnil every three hours, commencing in the moruing. and br ton o'olock at night, I found a decided change for the better, and after threo days use, he was able to eat or drink without pivin. Its use in tho above named disease will save many a child from a premature grave, and relieve the anxiety of many n fond parent. For all affections of tho Throat and Lungs. I believe it the best medicine extant. A feeling or the deepest gratitude, prompts me in addressing you these lines,?but for your im portant dipooverv, my little boy weuld now have been in another world. i?? Tm, l. r. r. Recti Hill, Somerset Co., N. J.,( July 21,1832. f Dr. J. C. Atrr,?Since your medicine has become known here, it has a greater demand thau any other cough remedy we have eyor sold. It is spoken of in terms of unmeasured praise by those who hsve used it, and I know of some oases where the best they oan sav of it is not too much for the good it has done. I 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 confer*. Please send me a further supply, and believe me Yours, with respect, JOHN C. WHITLOCK. P. 8.?Almost any auuibor of oertifioates can be sent If jo* wish it. Windsor. C. W., Jane 26, la?. D?. J. C. Aykr. Sir.?This may oertify that 1 have used your Cqkrrt Prctoral for upwards of one year; and it is my sincere belief that 1 should have been m iny grave ere this tune if I had not. It has cured me of a dangerous affection of the lungs, j and I do not overstate my convictions when I tell you it is a prioeless remedy. Yours very respeetfullv, D. A. McCLURe, Attorney at Law. _ , _ Wilrsrarrb. Pa., Septem?ir?,183n. DR. J. C. Atrr. My dear Sir.?Your medioine is tnuch approved of by those who hare used it here, and its composition is such aa to insure and maintain its reputation. I invariably recommeed it for pnl- 1 mo nary ueetion*, as do many of our principal physi o*ana. I am vour friend, CHAS. ST&EATER. M. D. j Prepared by DR. J. C. AYER, Chemist, Lowell. tSfd by Z. D. GILMAN. Washington and all r^ sped able druggists. dec 8-4m WINDOW GLASS.?500 boxes Baltimore and '' Philadelphia GLASS, all qualities aad staea. Traveler? Directory. J^EW ROUTE TO TTIE SOL'THWEST. MEMPHIS 4- CHARLESTON RAILROAD COMPLETED?COXXCCTIXS Chattanooga, Ten*.; Chmrlrxto*. S. C.; Savan nah, Co.; and all tht Xorthentttrn cifir*, *trh Memphis, Ttmti. The Inst connecting link of Railroad Utwm \ rw YORK ANI)THE MISSISSIPPI RIVKR. Tina road ia now completed and opened ft* ;t*e reg ular transportation ??f Pasaengers and Freight, ai-1 will atford more Expedition and leas Expanse th*u any other route lietween the Northeast and Snuth *?t. Passengers and Shippers will lake doe notice thereof, and govern tliemeelves accordingly. Passenger Trains leave Stevens<?n daily at 2S o clock, a. in., (after the arrival of the traina from Chat la nooga and Nashville. ?and arrive at Memphia same da*- at 7 p. in., connect lug with First C.a*s Stftatn Packets to New Orleans. and all other impor tant points upon the W estern Rivera.* Goods con signed fo Railroad Agents at Charleston or Nivan nali, will l?e forwarded t?> Memphia and other point*, by Exprosa Freight Trains. Freight in charge of the Adams Expreaa Com-? pany la carried over thu route daily l>* the Fasten - ger trains. F. C. ARMS Genera! Superintendent. Hintsvilli,(Ala.) April lit, liisr. I 'Through Tickets to Memphis, A o , aold at Wil I mington, N. C,; Charleston. S. C.; Augusta. Savan 1 nah, .Macon, Atlanta.and Columbus,?,aj .Montgom ery , Ala.; Ciiattan<>oga, and Aaahville, Tenn. To connect with the Western Trains on this road, Cg*<*n?*ffl will take t b#* *?cAftrmin* from Wtlvrmic n.N.C.: Augusta. Ga.;Ch*ttam?oga and Nashville, 'leiui.; and tne dan trams Irom Charleston and Kingsville, S. C.: and Atlanta. Ga. ap 7-t| AILY LINK FOR EDWARDS' FERRY AND LI'F.SBFRG. \ a., via ? b??apeak? aid Oiuo Canal.?The Packet Boats AR (jO an J M.C. M EIGS, will comment maiijr.s; daily trips to th? above points,5 on Moodat," March 2S, leaving the wharf of W. II. and H. G.'Ritter. Georgetown. 1>. C. every inornir g at 7 o'clock, Sundays excepted; through in *if lit hours; leaving Georgetown at |?even o'clock iti the mormiif, the Boats will arrive at tho Groat Falls,or Washington Aqueduct. at W s. in.. Seneca at liio., Edwards* Ferry at 3 p. in., where a stage will in readiness to convey pa?*cr.cers to Leesl uig. Va. Returning, leave Edward*' Ferry every daj at nns* o'clock iu the morning, and arriving in Georgetown at suuset. Through Tickets. 01.75. Irtermediats points aa follows: Great Falls or Washington Aqueduct, SR cents; Seneca, ?i cents; Edwards' Ferry, *'.12; Eeesburg. Vir??iiiia. ipclndiug naeh. $1.71 Meala served on the Boats at ?uodera'<* pricoa. mar 23 \V. II. ?V H.G. RITTER. RANGE AND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. O GREAT SOUTHERN MAIL LINE. Twi<*e Psi!t, 'Snitder nights excepted,) Iwtwe^n WASHINGTON aid the Sol 1 II.via Al.FXAN pR?\ c;on pnvsvi i t r ?v |> RICHMOND, D \N VILLE and GREENSBOROt GH. Leaves \\ astnngion at ? o cwok a. in. " Alexandria at 7.'-? o'clock a. r. '* Washington at 7 o'clock p. in. " Alexandria at o'clock p. in. Fate from Washington and Alexairlua to Ri'h [ inond. ?5 IU/" Omni buses end Baggage Warons wiil beat t he D'-pot of th?? Washington Railroad. to conve* pas sengers and l?agrag? to the Steamer GEO. PAGE, for Alexaidna. a distance of six liiilea, allowttf ample time lor meals. mar 27-tf J AMES A. EVANS. A?enU W A SUING TON BRANCH RAILROAD. Trains leave WASHING TON for BALTIMORE at 6 and Aim a. in., and 3 and 4>s p. m. On SuiKtay, at il-i n. m. Leave BALTIMOR K f?r WASHINGTON at 4V? aid a. m.. and 3and 5V p. m. On Sunday at a. m. Pasaer.ters for Philadelphia and New York will [ take train* at 6, PS. aral ?;>*. For AutiapoliK w ill tske trains at PS and 4>i. For Norfolk * ill take trains at r>t -nd 3. For the West will take trains at i?and?>*,oonnect irtg at the Waahington Juni-tion. jan 16-tf T. II. PARSONS, Agent. I^OR ALL PARTS OF THE WEST. BALTIMORE A\D OHIO RAILROAD. Nxw axr> Imi roved Airinoixknts. Three Trams daily from Baltimore for Cumber land. Wheeljne. ami all parts of the \Veat. 1st. The ACCOM MODATION TR Al N will leave (except Sunday i at fi.?5 a. m., connecting with traina froin Pliiladeiptua, first tram from Washington (at Junction^? will stop at Way tuitions, and arrive at CumlH?rtand at 4 o'clock p. m. 2d. .Th* MAIL TRAIN leaves Camden Station daily (except Sunday ? at a. in., and roacJte* Wheeling by 4 a. m.. ojnnectmg at Benwood with trains lor C<r:umbus, Cincinnati. Davton, Indianapo lis. Louisville, Cleveland, Toledo. Detroit, Chioa?o, St. Louis. Cairo, and intermediate points. 3d. The EXPRESS TRAIN leaves daily at 7 p. m.. connecting with express trains for Cincinnati, St. I<ouia, Cairo, Chicago,and intermediate places. Tho distance ?o Cincinnati and other centraiand southern places in the West, is near y loo tnilea shorter than riy anv other route. The time to theae places la also unequalled. IL/" Baggage checked through to Columbua, Ck> Ciin a;i, Indianapolis, and St. Louis. fO" Passengers aud Basi;age transferred at all points free. THRO I'Gil TICKETS will be sold to all the large towns in the West, at the I 'west possible rates, at the Ticket Office, Camden Station, and at Waahiiw toil city. C7~ A second-c asa oar la attached to the MAIL TRAIN. Pusengera from Baltimore or Washington may rirrc the entire road by day light, by takMig Acc-ni m<?datioii or Mail Train, and lying over at Cumber land or Oakland. They resume the next morning the Express Tram, which leaves Cumberland al I'-V) a. m., and res^hes W*heeling at 2 p. in. Pa"se"..ers from Washington have ample time Kjt m^a sat WaahniKton Junction. This la the only route by winch Through Tieieta and Baggage Checks enn I e wbtamee in W aahinglon. TO R WA Y PA SS F \G E R S. The Accommodation Train at <5.45 will stop at nH stations east of Cumlierlend.aiid the Kxpress at sta tions btftsreou Piedmont, going West. Eastward y the Mail Tram leave Wheeling at 7.15a. iu..and Ac commodation leaves Cumberlaud at 8.>>, reaching Baltimore at 5.4*> p. m. The FREDERICK TRAIN starts at 4 p. m..(ex cept Sunday) stopping at Waj Stations. Leaves Frederick at 9 a. m.,arriving at Baltimore at IEJU noon. The ELLICOTTS MILL TRAIN leaves Cam den Station at 6 a. m.and S.J' p. ni. Leave* ElUcott'a Mills at 7A)a. in. and 7^"' p. in., excep' Sundays. W. S. WOODS IDE, jan 16-tf Mr.afer of Traussortetion. I1 HE NEW YORK AND LIVLRPOOL ( SITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. 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