Newspaper of Evening Star, April 18, 1857, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 18, 1857 Page 4
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EVENING STAR THE TREE OF LIFE. 1 lh6J:md,,t,0?- of a between the Tree of H H. ^ .fJ"*',a P,ridl,e- antl the Cross on which hung the Saviour of the World, are almost infinite ; or rather the one deep idm of'their iden tity ha* Hott ed itself in innumerable forms. The* one of the richest portions of F P?rhaPs. without offence, be termed the mythology of the Christian Church. We i v9 Trench s translation from the German of Ruc^ert # J. When Adam's latest breath was nearly >nn? To Pamd.se the patriarch sent his .on fi the t w? on Adam's jmve. And it was tended ?till from eon to son. It srew wh.l- f?9ePh,^dun*eon lay, ? grew while Israel did in E*ypt groan. Vior^'[!,ve lhe blossoms of the tree, ? nen uand harping sat upon his throne. TX? VII. Dry was the tree, when from the ways of God ent erring in his wisdom Solomon. x' *.. riu. i et the world hoped it would revivesnew, >> hen David's stuck should giveanother Son. Faith saw in spirit this, the while she sat Mourning beside the Hoods of Babylon. x. And when the eternal lirhtmng flashed from heavon. The tree asunder bursi ? uh jubilant tone. To the dry trunk this grace from God was given, lite Wood of Passion should from thence be won. The blind world tashion?]V>ut of it the cross. And its Salvation nailed with scorn thereon, . . .. Xlll. Then bore the tree of life ensanguined frail, " ^ch. whoso tasteth, life shall !*j his loan. XTV. Oh look, oh look, how grows the tree of lite? By storms established more, not overthrown.* )/^/-th?r,J?>H.V>rld ?>?"???? 't? shadow rest! Half has its shelter t tie re already won. Th? Rev ^^stian Streeter, whose 74th ?i^^^CUrred 0,1 the ,5th ?n"iant. which was also the oOth anniversary of his wedding day, in formed the Boston Transcript that the whole number of marriages solemnized by him in Box ton \9 four thousand one hundred akd sixty-nine. Mr Van Meter. New York, * ho has been *? instrumental in finding home# for the friendless, was complained of iuTllinois, and fined by the court in the sum of 8100, on the charge of bringing paupers into that ^tate. The case is appealed, and another trial will be had. '"Shall I help vou to some of the tomat lusses inquired a young exquisite of a venera e Physician as he sat opposite to him at one of our hotel tables. No. sir, 1 thank you," replied the learned sa van, ??out i 11 trouble you for some of the potatus ses, if you please." nviBUUe,ue.maM of Pnr<> copper, valued ?150,000, has recently been taken from one of the Superior mines. It is forty-five feefcin length, and in the thickest part as much as eir?ht or nine feet in thickness. If it is as pure as it ap pears to be, it contains, probably. more than 500 Ions of metal, and it is certainly worth, as it lies more than 8150 000. ' ?ays* SoLKM?' FactThe Southern Cultivator _/*, feet that not one marriageable ^rHn twenty can make a really good cup of cof A fact so serious as this should immediately en Ei^r,ionorii1 ,he J"* Manning is a Buffjlonlan who ?' drinks like a horse, and don't support his family He SrL n.TIi i 1 "" I**"*' *"u family ? the.mo,t misery, when on Yr^L J1? ? benevolent lad'es procured bis ?rre? and imprisonment in the workhouse, while he took his children in their care. arSli1^ n'0 ? J?' Yer?er- of Mississippi, has accepted the Presidency of the Southern pacific Ka:.road Company The directors have resolved tfWr,VT rai,1,on dollars of stock, for which subscriptions are opened at New Orleans. The first installment of ?5 per share has b?en called iHiiT* .1 to_?*,,J-u01' This road was formerly T?as Western Railroad Companv Ten nUes cf the road have been graded and c.-osi , A of the inhabitants of To ronto has been held, for the purpose of taking into MaiestvT'',\he propriety of petitioning" Her M^esty to fix the seat of government in Toronto permanently or, in the event of Her Majesty not at ,bf> of alternate Pirlia !?!Tf?i ?k Toron'oand Quebec may be continued tested WoI lu^ ot l^e union may he more fully Oaaos Oraxob Hkimb ?A gentleman in Jef - "rrilt* . "I am more and more pleased with the Osage Orange as a hed?xe plant My experience fully satisfies me that it fs eWp ?t. most durable and safest barrier we can make: being impenetrable lo man or ijeast. | hare now about one-half a inlle, and shall yearly c ontiu-u lo^ncrt-we It. It is highly ornamental xs well ;?j 1 Expfrimk.-vts. _ Experiments have been made before the London Society of Art beloiih* t" the class serpentania. famed for being the anti dote to the poison of th*- rattlesnake. Itnt a ra?? t'L^rr1 t0 V? bite ,of a P-'fl-'^lder, died aaickly of convulsions, although ?hrht or nine drachms of an infusion of the root were iriven bv the operator to the timid little creature before be Ingeiposedin the cajre, and more immediately after tne sting was inflicted on one of the hind legs. whichjH*came quickly paralyzed. CIT The construction of the towers for the sus pension bridge over the Ohio, at Cincinnati, is j>?.r!>,re?!,in*V Tae tovrers ar?" eighty-six bv 1* V? at ,he ba"'- wU1 ^ ?wo hundred and thirty f^t highland one thousand and six feet a^trt The cables will be anchored tW hundred feet bark on each side of the river oass over the U.p* of the towers, and thus be matfe\o sustain the weight of the bridge. entire ?pan will be six hundred and six feet. Fliench fctlemen from Louisiana, largely enifa2ed in sugar planting in that State have purchased a tract of/and in^the neighbor^ R^i?ra^ fnBn?' ?" of the ,!1>nois Central j ; r w^re thev will organize a ^ivVrom SSlres^en,!l' now mi thei^ I the .? ArJ"an^ements are made for * - r f*' ho'els, mills, warehouses I tnd dwe:.:ngs ; and it is expected that a large ami - foIor>'wlUbtflrn'ly?ocafcd the pr-j ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS BROWNS' HOTEL _J B Strickland. Neb; J NC'.DIR P*rk<,r, do; C O Pa ker, do; 1 ioMf W,r? U?\t? l V.'? K?nw- T Ahrens, Porto Rico. J W Field. FC; C Garllchs. \Y J ' Parson- jr. Pa; W M Parsons, do; Major* M H | stlekney Mo.; J Hockaday, do; W HTvrer Va A C Davis. Ill; C Moore NY"; VVh.Tider', Pa, j d??Tw^' B ,s /.I!,ler- d?; '< A l-'Pinon! $ ' 2 Wool ford, ly, do; A S ! ieV.V B K>; Cul ^ Alston, jr, ! fl'iu- v ' * t^inegra, Fla; J Ellison. UiuUy, Na: a O Conrad, Tex, A R Young and miU, Ky: J Ualters. Pa, Miss E M Watte s S M Craln. Pa; R B Saxe, SY; s i*w "v Mi l I Taliman. do; R J Shaw, do; W Br.ikei g ' i Neomo?ly. NC, J L I>i:ton, Wis: L Simmons a Giidon, Ala; s P Haffe.. NY; W Jarvi,, ly d0A KIRKWOOD HOI SL ? J W? Denver G T Perry; Pa; J Malcolm. Md: W Byrne, do; W M Summer. Va; J R Bowman, do; \V Summers* ly Ky; O T Rolierls, SC; L. Denney, Va; W II Peyton, do; t?en Rust, Md; L Beiixert. Pa: G T 11 Marshall, Md: M S Wager ; Mrs E Rutter. Va- O Diggrs. Md; II O Por ler. do; Eugene 3c Co., P?. UNITWJ STATES HOTEL -B J Jon<on. J Ba.jon, Ma*,, 1 B Dayton. Md; J F ?? ??' ' Jones, do; C S Wvnltoop p-? J c Hopkins. Md; H N Motfltt, DC; H Tyfcr, Md; J feldTv? ; C T L<K,wli'? M 8 Srm? M0YEMEXT8 OF OCEAN STEAMERS. t *uk the L.iini) Statu SUamfTS. Lear*. pur Davt aX.Man?' nw vZ: t* *?1 ^'P001 ? ~Aprll 1? i Ork..5o niD, &.r \nril 1ft Washington.....\. w York..Bremen Aw I 2 Constitution New York. .Antwerp ''.Ipri! !S F *on Eriori. Eric?on Live-pool...New York..Apl l Borussia Hamburg. ..New Yo'k.'! \pl iCunarder) Llverp*x-Y.. New Y ork.. ji?i" 4 Jitv Washing'nLlyerptxd...New York . Apl b Fulton Southam'n New York.. Apl" s Th? Callfbrnia Mail Steamers le?y? New York 0D the 5tb and 'Arth of each month Miscellaneous. Ranking house op " CIIUBB BROTHERS. withoutreo?'T?l and Checks paid oitiea r&V** 0,1 th? northern seaboard MidVSSSf OO Deposit at par, and Exchange oa furmalied to depoeitors without aharge. ft? i?, ***T ox Deposits.?Interest will w> allowed on Deposits at such rates aa may be agreed upon. UifoilM is Virginia ajid Ucdbrist fl[o>IT. Deposits in \ irginia and other Uuourreut Money re oeived to be checked for, payable in same funds, or in specie, we oharcinit the regular Exehange. Discocjits.?Notes, Draft s, and Bills of Exchange Will be discounted, and Loans made on Stocks. Bonds, and Securities, at the market rate. I.kttkrs or Credit.?Letters of Credit will be furnished, negotiable in the different Cities of the United States, on Deposit of Mouey or Collaterals, and interest allowed if Money is deposited, and charged if Collaterals.on such terms as may be agreed upon jpi'll. Traveling Bills or Exchange.?Travelers will be furnished with drafts in such sums as may bo de sired negotiable in the different Citiei of the Union Bills and Lmmior Crediton England, I re Lr of .^change and letter, of credit ou England, Ireland and Europe, furnished at the market rate for Exchange, in sums to suit Bonds, Stocrs, Ao.? Bonds, Stocks, and Securi to 12 Pr. cent., alway's for sale" or .r' ?rt " Wh^?Tnt^,tJMva_t a commission of k* pr. eent. >\ here Stocks are bought upon ordors we to S11 f?r a deposit 0Y10 p" cent oS graph! B ud" or Stock? will be ordered by tele CiVtAitUfsfct- ?T:/xD S?TATiK Railroad, neio't.Atmn *d!laln ^ P'aCed ,n our ,iand8 for ^ ' Either in this country or Europe. Hail I f w7nr wpurchMcd f?'r?i?h or with Bonds. ^ ARRAXTs.-LAnd Warrants bought at the tetd m every re^pect.arrailt* told b> us "e tuaran 1'?'^ W arrants loon ted on commission. quested. arrant quotations regularly furnished if re onSfr^--W?ll.Lbe f?rwani#d to Western Houses on parties' ?n 00,nmi",ou to responsible . 51*1 A*D LfitntAJfcsa.- Real Estate bought and sold, and Insurnuces effected. CLAIM! OI I NITED STATES, CoCRT #F CLAIMS Court .fr'riT^ V,n th" United States, bofore the Court of Claims or Congress,intrusted to us, will be prosecuted by prompt and able attorneys. i-_ ~ CHUBB BROTHERS, jan:?7 Opposite the Treasury. T? A,'IJOHN TOBIASk THE,R S^5t7 wishei/to aiM^he ^ttentfon oValV that^3^?^ sutler arith defective sight, caused by age. sick T?gJ* PArtlCul&nyfi'0'n glasses injudiciously se VS ?~r..i ! 8UP?r,or SPECTACLES and GLASS T/?n> M,,d by h,,1?se|f to a true spherical *!! hnlham transparency, suited precise ly and beneficially to the wearer, according to the arnthl'm 1 .the ?'e- Very numerous k? ? fflects caused to the precious organ of !i!V iLvora th? <>?nirnencemeiit of niin* glasses in not being precisely suited, by the use of an Oytomt p?ct,.ceio1 '?">ny vears enables him to measure the focnl disease of the eyes, and such glasses that are absolutely required will be furnuh r.?.ci31 n am' satisfaction. JOHN I OBI AS acknowledges the very liberal fPf?uragein?nt already obtained, and further solicits the patronage of those who have not yet availed themselves of his aid. Persons tliat cannot conveniently call, by sending the glasses in use. and state how inany inches the* can read this print with their spectacles, can be sup plied with such as will improve their sight. Innumerable testimonials to be seen ; and referen ces given to man> who have derived the greatest ea^e and comfort from his glasses. Circulars to f*? had gratis, at his office, No. 512 Seventh street, three doors from Odd Fellows' Hall up stairs. ' e.? ti c . , Norfolk, September7,1854. II y,e Spectacles you made for me suit very well, and seem to have improved my Bight more than any other I have latelv tried. "L1TT. W.TAZEWELL. I have tried a pair of Spectacles obtained from Mr. i optas.imd hnd them of great assistance to my sight, and corresponding with his description of the focus 1 recommend him as a skilful optician. HENRY A. WISE. Having been induced by a friend to visit the estab lishment of Mr. Tobias for the purpose of trying glasses, I was furnished by him with a pair slightly colored blue, which have afforded me more relief and gratification than any I have ever tried. I .My sight, originally very good, was injured by writ ing and reading at night, frequently to a very late hour; but with tne aid of these glasses I can study f almost as late as ever, and that too without the pain ? I have previously suffered. f . _ JOHN WILSON, r. ? L?te Commissioner (ien'l Land O&oe. I'^C, lly I860, ( I have used Air. Tobias's Spectacles for three or I four months,and take great pieasuro in say ing that lam much pleased with them. 1 have been much OEO- P SCARBURGH. ?ua) JlDi lout). I was recommended to Mr. John Tobias &? a skil ful optician ; and aa I have eyes of remarkable pecu liarity, I was gratified to find that Mr. Tobias seem ed to comprehend them by inspection and some slight BWMurtment, and he has made me a pair of Specta ju'.v n '1*56nie adroirably- A- P^butler. I \r, r t v. Wilmington, N. C? Jan. 17,1854. n'? ?' To')"i9- Dear Sir: I am happy to say that the hpr-ctacies which I obtained from you last week are entirely satisfactory. From an inequality in the j visual range of rn> eyes, I have heretofore found j great difficulty in getting glasses of the proper foeal distance. It atiords me pleasure to state that, by the aid of yoar optometer, this difficulty has been happi I Iv obviated, so that the glassea you furnished me are decidedly the best adapted to my eyes of any I have ever yet used. Very respectfully, Tourt, R. B. DRANE, Rector of St. James's Parish. Department of Interior, May 8, 1855. r rom natural defects and the unequal range of my eyes, 1 have beeu compelled to use glasses fJ.r seve ral years. I have tried different opticians without obtaining glasses perfectly fitted to my eyes. Four months smco Mr.Tobias made two pairs especially for me, which I have found to serve me perfectly. tij the use of his optometer he is enabled to adapt glasses most minuteljf to the eye. 1 most cheerfully recommend Mr. Tobias to all having occasion to use glasses, and bear my testimony as to his skill as an optician. HENRY E. BALDWIN, A is t Sec'y to sign Land Warrants. P- S. OPERA O LASSES of great variety. TEL KKR?riK??<Sf?llCliOSCOP^?' WATC&-MA *f'K OL.ASSKS, and many other articles in this line at very low prices constantly on hand. jy 13?lv UAVINlj COMPLETED OUR SPRING AND pummer arranjrements, we are now prepared to supply our numerous customers in Washington and Georgetown with almost every description of whole some SUM M Eft DRI NHS, such as premium Mi * ERAL U ATERS, pure Crab Cider. Champagne Cider. Burton, PI .ladelpbia.and XXX Pale Ai.es, all of very superior quality, unsurpAsse?l*in flavor and richness bjr any in tfie Union : XX Pwrter, a prime artic.e. r or several of the above mentioned drinks we received at the late Fair of the Metropolitan Mechanics' Institute the highest awards of merit. W e are also agents for the sale of Turner Brothers Oinoer Wine.Blackberry Brandy, Sirups, 4c.. and Dr. Wheelers Cherry Wine Bitters, all of ?'*? will I* ?f?ld ou the most accommodating terms. ?tV5.?*v? *'?o t*r sale one superior CLOTHES MANGLE., in good order. o, ~ ARNY Sc SHINN, ap 3-1 m Corner Green and Olive sts.. Georget'n. thk^rice ok ? ? vwtwimu (MS &WU Ma iiiiisq l'\T\ patIiVu'i9h^l,a FTn?h Calf PAT Ij-\ a lihA rilKK GAITER at (3^0, as food as any at $5; a first rate CALF GAITER at ?2^0: these are tho lyst goods that is (or ever was) sohf I have on commission, for a Phila delphia manufacturer, a firxt-rate CALF-HKIN BOOT at ^X75, full aa good as those ?ylvania avenue. Best R I'BBERSfor gentlemen 81. _ ANTHONY. Agent. Pu DENNIS hav A 'n* taken the well known Coaeh Fae-.Mas tory on 6th street, between !*.uisiana av-ftffi|S?/ enueand C street, long oonducted by Mr,iSe==3& John M. ^ oung, is now prepared to inaiinfacture and \tP?r-? vu,*friptlon" COACHES, BUGGIES, U AOO.nS, dee., on the most reasonable terms, in the verj b^?t manner, and at the shortest notice. He respectfully invites his fellow-citizens to give him a trial. _ mar 6?2m IRECEIVED?^CHOCOLATES?Broma, ? J? ol* P*ate, Cracked Cocoa, Mailiard'a I ?Kr.rv,,rj1?$r>'ate? of various kinds. ? "Ml l;N ES-?CtMiper's Shre?l anil Sheet Isinglass, Cox ? English Sparkling Gelatine, French Imperial Gelatin**. M A CCA RON 1?Italian Maccaroui and V'ermicella. and Italian Paste. Santon Preserved (>in<er, iniars. e?fFe"' t>r'n^ Corneaa. Hice Flour, Charleaton <?rit?,Split Peas, Ac. io. Forwvleby KING k BURCHELL, ^ mar 2?? earner of V ermont ave. and 15th at. JOSEPH GA WLER.CA BINET MAKER AND I NDERTAK2R.?Readv made Cof hns constantly on hand. Funerals at temfed to, and interments pr<>cure<f in ' the diflcrent Cemeteries. Furniture of every de scription made to order. ();d Furniture Repaired and \ aruished. Ware-Ro?jms 132 Perm.avenue, be tween 17th and 18th streets. inar23-3m HEM EN* *8 AM E RI CAN POULTER ER'S Companion, Illustrated. Uickinson and Monbray on Poultry, by Mrs. Loudon. i^ondon. p, J.'il!"2 Maid, l^ndon. (liV.i^.iT ?ltry; l-omhrn. vol Management, and Diseases. 1 J<'hnMtn^ Modern Dairy and Cowkeeper. I vol. i Sheep. I vol. Glasgow. ? no no{, Kg C)n?ir? . i Dublin. Youatron theHoir2^ ?Iorfan Horses, by |> r I Iwiwrenee on the l^orw ,nsley" an is *n Pt,ar,P"cy- .London. ? ? LKANCK TAYLOR. ? ? II Wat a On naild. antJ ma/(a * . , w hours notice, ladies' liair Dyed lew lu the most complete manuer. All Articles from the best French and Engliih hon. Store. ' Pa ftVeDue' Up ?Ul"' ^,e ftb n'*?air W?rk re,MUr?d or tak#B ?? change. \\r A S H ING T O N IN DOMESTIcTlIFE .7 . rrTl? 0Lr,^,'u,l Letters and Manuscripts; bV Richard Rush Price ?|. Just published, and for saleatT.\S I.OR 3c MAl'RY'S Bookstore, near 9th s.reet. ap J5 B Ma L?1 S doLLAR MAGAZINE FOR Bal ion's Pictorial for 25th Apnl; The JeweHed ralntnuiu, or 1 he Puritan and Cavalier continued. ?* 19 FERGUSON, 4tt 7th street. Miscellaneous. ^LOTHING AND CLOTHING MATERIALS D *i?VY ^EPABTMK^T, Bureau of Provisions and Clothing. Separate Proposals.waled and end^'i? " pjo 17 9'?*^* RIV^ Clothing Materials," 1???'^" <hi? office until ? o'clock, "m on !n? ?f May next, for furnishing and deliver if0'emaJi*lxty days' notice) at each or either bSW.?1 Chariest owb, Massachusetts; Brooklyn, New \ork; or Gosport, Virginia the quantities below mentioned of any or all of the fol ?imrtl<*eS ?{n*r* OlOtlllllg 2nd Cloth. I"KJ?ltf"*lpi?nd such furtherquantities of the same th<TIC?rr!^.?0 H. ^ 7.L chief of this bureau, or by U k,,U ?'Ih? M,d ??vy-yards. respective ly, during the fiscal year oommencing on the 1st day ?' J"Jr next, and endins on the ??th day of June, ioJn, VIZ ; n, . , Class 1 .?Cloth Clothing. Blue cloth pea jackets Son? llound jackets Bluo cloth trowsers..... s'orfl Blue satinet trowsers * Vntsi Blue cloth caps ' |o ?i a Class 2.?Flannel Clothing. Blue flannel jumpers * ran Blue flannel overshirts... ? 5*000 Blue flannel undershirts Blue flannel drawers .!.!!!! fi|uuo _ . Class 3.?Linen Cloth in*. Canvas duck trowsers 3000 Barnsley sheeting frocks !.sjooo _ Class 4.?Blue Satinet. Bluo Satinet yards, 10,000 D Class 5.?Blue Flannel. Bluo flannel yards, 100,000 Class C.?Sheeting, Duck and Nankin. Barnsley sheetin* yards, 20.000 duck do . Blue Naiikiu , do.. 10,000 1#t, . Class 7.?Shoes. Calfskin shoes pairs, 5,000 Kipskin shoes do . 5,uou ,_T , Class 8.?Socks. >> oolen socks pairs, 10,000 ,, . Class 9.?Mattresses. Mattresses 2000 . Class 10.?Blankets. Blankets m . .. Class 11.?Handkerchiefs. Black silk handkerchiefs 3.000 Offers may be made for one or more classes, at the option of the bidder: hut ail the Articles embraced in a class must be bid for. Kach class will be considered by itself, and the contract lor that class will be awarded to the bidder whoso proposals for the articles comprised in the class are lowest in the aggregate. The cloth for the pea jackets shall be twilled .pilot cloth of American manufacture, pure indigo blue, wool-died. It shall bo iW inches wide, and weigh 26 ounces per vard. It shall have a list on each edge composed of24 white threads,of all wool. All pieces weighing less than 25 ounces per yard will 6e re jected ; nnd each bale ofaboutd*)ynrds must average 26 ouces per yard. The cloth for round jackets, bnle cloth trowsers, and blue caps shall be twilled, all vCool, of Amoriean manufacture, and pure indigo blue, wool-died. It stinu iihw a list 011 each edge <m<iii|>oi>?hJ of 24 white threads, all of wool. All pieces under 17>? ounces per \ srd will be rejected ; and each bale of about JU J'U,, ",U!?t average 1U ounces per >ard. I he satinet must be Ainqnean manufactured, 27 incnjs wide inside *f list, which list must consist of not .ess than 12 white woollen threads on each odsie ot the cloth, woven in the whole length of the piece: must weigh not less than ounces per yard, to con tain in each piece about 28 yards; the warp must be cotton, pure indigo blue, yarn-dyed; and tho filling wool, pure indigo blue, wool-dyed. Kach hale of*" yards sha.l average nine and a half ounces to the yard, and no piece shall l>e below 9'4' ounccs to the ynrd. J lie satinet trowsers must bn made of material like the above. Tho pilot-cloth, broadcloth, ftr.d satinet or which garments are made, shall be well sponged before made up. K * The flannel must be ail wool. American manufac tured, wool-dved, pure itidiap bluo, and twilled; must be in Pieces ofabout 30 yaiflWn length. 27 inches wid-\ weighing five outicesjp r yard, with a list on eecli edge of 4 white woollen threads woven m the whole length of tho piece. To bo packed in bales of in P.,e?^*? the pieces to be rolled separately without cloth boards; each l?ale to contain SO yards and locL pounds flannel. No pieca to have a less average than 4-8-10 ounces per yard. rho overshirts. undershirts, drawers, and jumpers must be made of flannel like the above. JUI,,Per The Barnsley sheeting must bo free from cotton, 80 inches in width ; weight, twelve ounces 31-10U per yard ; texture, 4 by 4 tnl-16 v i I he canvass duck must be free from cotton, T. I inches in width, and about S3 yards iu the piece, ! ^iiMo thread warp and tilling; weight, eight ounces ' 23-lon per yard ; texture,? by 10 to iach. I 1 he shoes must be stamped with the contractor's ' name, number of shoe, and year when made; the ! sizes to be in tho following proportion for each 30 ! pairs, un eni otherwise ordered, viz: 4 of No. V 9 of 1 of Nlo n * 8' 9 01 :So* *' 3 of -No-10- I ?e> aJ?to conform in all respects to the wimples ! at the yards, and to be delivered in good strong boxos. ' ?M pairs in each. Tho name of the contractor, 0011 tents, and the year when made, marked on each b?.x. I he calfskin and kipskin shoos to be packed 111 separate boxes. The woollen socks must lie woven or knit, ir.dieo mixed, ribbed, all wool, and of American manufac t?^ No. 1, leg 13 inches, foot 11 inchcs; ten dozen ?nail avenge three pounds, and 1.0 one pair shall l>e less than three and a half ounces. No.T.leg 12 inches loot 10 inches ; ten dozen shall average two pounds, twelve ounces, and 1.0 one pair shall b* less than three and one-quirter ounces. The socks shall l>o well scoured, and u; color and uual.iy fully eaual to sample. The mattresses must weigh ten pounds, including ticking, which 13 to be cut 6 feet 111 length and 31 inches wide. The covers must measure 71 inches m len?th aud 29 inches 111 width. The hair, ticking,and oo*l?rK must conform to samples. The nankin must be tho f<e?t blue American na;ik:n, K in^haa wide, texture 5 threap by 4 threads to the 'i>l? u "> cd with v un Etngal indite. 1 h ) blankets must weigh six pounds per pair, and measure M Ly 73 inches each. A bale of V) pairs must weigh Jf't) pounds, and no pair shall weigh less than 5 pounds 13 ounces. They must be of American man ulacture, made of clean wool, and each blanket must be marked " L. S. Navy." Tho black silk handkerchiefs must be 3'>i bv 3i)i inches, and weigh one ounce and 12 grains Tro? ; texture 14 ti) its to one-eignth of an inch. A schedule of the tliree sizes for eacn 100 pieces of made-up clothing will be found with Ihe samples at the respective yards; a:id all the above articles, in cluding the n-eessary buttons, rings, 4 c.. are to be fully equal in the quality, texture, color, weight,ami nmsii 01 material, and conform ui pattorn, sizes, and workmanship to said samples. rhe number or quantity which will bo required of each or the foregoing articles cannot be precisely stated. It will not be less, however, than tho quan . 11 "ff0,1 r "' the foregoing list. The contracts ? HI. therefore. b? made for the quantity of eaoh artie.n so specified, and for such further quantity as the bureau may require. The price must be uniform at nil taf stations. All tho above articles must l>e subject to ?uch in spection at the place of delivery as the chief of this bureau niay direct; and 110 article will be received that is not fully equal to the sample 111 every respect, and which does not conform to the stipulation* and provisions of the contract to lie made. The whole must bo delivered at tho risk ami ex pense of the contractor. Kach box and bale to Is marked with tue contractor's name. The inspecting officers to be appointed by the Navy Department. 1 he oilers must distinguish the prices for each article mentioned 111 a class, and must b?* calculated to cover every expense attending the fulfilni jnt of the contract, including the necessary buttons. In ease of failure on the part of the contractors to deliver the several articles which may l>o ordered troin them, tn proper time and of proper quality the chief of the Bureau of Provisions and Clothing shall tie authorized to purchase or direct purchases to Im made of what may be required to supply the deficiency, under the penalty to lie expressed m the contract; the record of a requisition, or a duplicate oopy thereof, at the Bureau of Provisions aud Cloth ing or at either of the navy-yards aforesaid, shall he evidence that such requisition has been made and received. Two or more approved sureties in a sum equal to the estimated amount of the respective contracts will bo required, and twenty per centum will be withheld from the amount of all payments on account thereof as collateral security, and not in any e\ ent to be paid until it is in all respects complied with; and eighty Kr eontuin of the amount of all deliveries made will paid by the r?yy agent within thirty days after triplicate bills, duly authenticated, shall have been presented to hiin. Bidders whose proposals IshalI be accepted (and none others will be forthwith notified, and as early as practicable a contract will be transmitted to theiii for execution, which contract must be returned to the bureau within five days, exclusive of the time required for the rerular transmission of the mail. A record, or duplicate of the letter informing a bid der ofthe acceptance of his proposal, will lie deemed Vi'ilc ?'? ["1 w,.V,i11 "leaning of the act of 1846, ami his bid will be made and acceptcd 111 conformity with this understanding. Kvery offer made must i?eaccompanied(as directed in the act or Congress making appropriations for the naval service for I84<i 47, approved loth August, 1846) by a written guarantee, signed by one or more re sponsible persons, to the effect that he or they under take that the bidder or bidders w ill, if his or their lad be accepted, enterinfo an obligation within five days. with good and sufficient sureties, to furnish the sup plies proposed. Ihe bureau will not !?e obligated to consider any proposal unless accompanied by the guarantee rcuuired by law; the competency ofthe guarantee to lie certified by the nav? agent, district attorney, or the collector of the customs. Blank forms of proposals may be obtained en application to the navy agents at Portsmouth. Nrw Hampshire, Bosun. Kew York. Philadel phia, Baltimore, Washington, Norfolk, Pcnsaro la, and at this bureau. The attention if bidders is called to the samples and description of urtirles required, as, in the in spection before reception, a ju.-t but rigid com par 1 son will be made between the articles offered and the samples and contract, recei rinn none that fall below them : and their attention is also par ticularly direrted to the joint resolution of March 27.1854, tn addition to the act of the ]nth August, I'M*'- April 4-la?-4w J No. 577.1 NOTICK OF T11K KKMOVAL OF THK I.ANUOFFICK FROM SAl'LT STE. MA RIE TO M A R01 KTTK, in M1CIIIGAN. In acoorUanci? with the-provisions of the act of Congress, entitled " An act authorizing changes in Ihe location of land offices," approved March S, lass, it is hereby declared and made known that the office for the sale of public lands at 8ai.lt Stk. Marie, hi the State ot Michigan, will lie removed to the town of MaRoI'TIK, 111 said State, at as early a period as practicable. Further notice as to the precise time of removal will be issued by the register nnd reoeiver of the Sault Ste. Maria land office. Given under my hand, at the city of Washington, this 19th day of March, A. D. 1867. By order of the President: THOS. A. HENDRICKS, Commissioner ot the General Laud Office, mar 24?law6w RECTIFYING ESTABLISHMENT.-Thaun it. dersigned takes ttfis method of informing Liquor L>?"lers tnat he has fitted up a RECTIFYING ES TABLIsHMENT in this city, and is now prepared to supply all those who majr favor him with their custom He has on hand a large stock of Brandies, ,n??, and Old Whiskeys, which he can sell ?h?; n*. *ure a" they can be purchased forei ther in Bal timore or Philadelphia. nf ?wbacriber has also on hand a larg# lot or b oreign and D..io??tic Cigars. .anlA-fim. v PETE* PAGAN, >an 14-Ciu r^o, 96 Louisiana av.e. near loth ?t. Insurance, 6c. N WASHINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY. YV CHARTERED BY CONGRESS. Capital $200,ono!!! This Company in now prepared to reoeive applica tiou for INSURANCE ON BUILDINGS. MER CHANDISE, ?e., at the usual City rates, witiioat any charge for Policy, at their Office, oorner of Tenth Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, over the Washington City Savings Bank. Directors. Wm. F. Bayly, Samuel Bacon. Robert Farnham, Jaines F. HaUday, Wm. Ornno, Hudson Taylor, Francis Mohun, M. W. Gait. Benj. Beall. JAMES C. MeGUIRE, President. G. D. Hanson, Secretary. ap 11-1 y ORTHWESTERN INSURANCE COMPA NY. Home Office, OsweuoCity, N. V. J. T. STEVENS. Agent, No. 517 Seventh street, (over Suter, Lea ? Co.'s Hank,) Washington, D. C. The Northwestern has a place among the vary best insurance companies in the United Mites. In corporated in the year 1832, it has since then contin ued to do a constantly increasing business, until it

stands, in the Comptroller's Report of Insurance Companies in the State of New York for the current year, second onlv in amount of business, solvency, and capital in that State. Its reliability during the financial revulsions of the past twenty-live years lias been fully tested and sustained. Within ths limits of the State of New York no other reoominendatioii would bo necessary than the Keport of the State Comptroller for 1857, which can be seen at the othce of the Agent. The prompt payment of all its losses, and the con tinued accumulation of its capital and surplus lund is a suthcient guarantee of its solvency tor the fu t u re. ap 13-d2w PROTECTION AND INDEMNITY FROM LOSS AND DAMAGE BY FIRE, THE PERILS OFTHE SEA, AND INLAND TRANSPO RTATION. FARMERS AND MECHANICS' N S U K A N C E COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. FlRR, MaRINK, AND INLAND INSCRANCI. Authorized Capital 91,2V,000!" Office, Northwest corner or Pennsylvania A VENUE AND 17th STREET, WASHINGTON". DIRECTORS. Hon. Thos. B. Florence, Charles Dmgee, George H.Armstrong, Thomas Manderfield. Charles A. Ruhicam, Edwatxl R. Iielniboid, George Helmbold, P. Carroll Brewster, James E. Neall, Isaac Leech, Jr. THOMAS B. FLORENCE, President. EDWARD R. HELM BOLD, Secretary. LOCAL SURVEYORS. Charles Walter, No. 3t/7 D street, opposite City Hall. John M. Thornton, corner 1st street and Virginia avenue. Island. James Williams, No. 22 4'? street. John Higgles, No. 5ol 13th street, l>eiow Pennsyl vania avenue. MARINE SURVEYOR. Captnin J. P. Levy, No. 367 Pennsylvania avenue, opposite National Hotel. GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT. John Ttionuisoii. Authorized Capital and Assets $1,473,097 07 Assets 9523,037 07 Invested in Bonds, Mortgages, and Good Securities. The following statement exhibits the business and condition ol the Company to November 1, 1856: Premium received on marme and inland risks to No vember 1, llixi $2i4,?;tJ4 80 Fire premium 176.7% 61 Interest on loan 8,704 47 Total receipts $400,185 63 Paid marine losses $64,427 04 Paid hre losses 3U,737 'Jti Expenses, salaries, and commis sions 45,4119 00 Reinsurance, return premiums, and agency charges 27,474 63 $177,128 61 Balance remaining with the Company $2S3,< 71 07 The Assets of th<? Company are as follows : Philadelphia city and county bonds 916,848 18 Railroad bonds 11,000 CO First mortgages, real estate I4S.5A) 00 Stocks, col.literals. on call 32,405 00 Girard and eousohdation bank stook 5,125 00 Deposited with Duncan, Sherman A Co., New York 30,000 00 Deterred payment on stock not yet duo.... 97,7iO 00 Notes for marine premiums 108,000 50 Due from agents, secured by bonds S3,376 18 Premiums on policies recently issued, and debts due the company 26,470 33 Balance in bank 16,456 74 $5-3,167 07 A CO., 3 ivorably The business of this Company will compare favor ably with the most successful similar institutions in the United States. From the 1st day of August. 1355, in fifteen months, up to the 1st day of Novemlier. 1856, the premiums and interest received amounted to tne large sum of lour hundred thousand one hundred and eighty-live dollars and sixty-eight cents, with the payment of losses and expenses of one hundred and seventy - sevgn thousand one hundred and twenty-eight dol lars and sixty -one cents. With these evidences of success and good nian aaement, th? Directors feel justified in soliciting n share of public patronage, believing that the security offered is ample, and that all lair claims will l<e ad justed more accoidmg to equity than legal technical ities. The Company is prepared to isaue policies against loss or damage by fire on DWELLINGS, FURNITURE, MILLS, MAN II FACTORIES. WAREHOUSES, All descriptions of BUI LDiNGSand 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 AND AMERICA, and on the hulls of STEAMBOATS navigating the Western Waters. The rates of premium will be as low as other com panies, and in fixing them every improvement in construction and arrangement will be taken into con sideration. All losses speedily adjusted and promptly paid. Olhcti, iiortnwest corner Petiuay Ivama avenue and 17th street, Washington City, D.'C. Insurant* may also be effected at the Home Office, north west corner Walnut and Second streets, Philadelphia, And mother principal cities of the United States by authorized officers of the Company. up3 CHINA, GLASS AND OUEENSWARE. It. II. IlTiLLER. SON A CO., Importers direct from Liverpool to Alexan dria, beg leavetocallthenttentionofdealer*. t hotel-keepers, and others of Washington ami Georgetown, to their stocks of GOODS, which,for extent and variety, will compare favorably with any establishment in tne Eastern cities. The connexion of their senior partner with the manufacturers of Europe and the 1 nited States for upwards of thirty years, has given himadvantages 111 the purchase of goods equal, if not superior, to any house in the trade. An inspect ion of goodsand prices will satisfy all parties that purchases cau be made of them upori the most favorable terms. French China Dinner Sets, giit and decorated French China pinner Sets, gold l>andand plain white French China Vases. Pitchers, Toilet Sets, Ac. French China Tea Sets, Cups and Saucers, and other articles of Tea ware And Dinner Ware, separate from sets India China Dinner Sets,and separateartioies always on hand WThito Granite Ware in every variety, in sets, and separate from sets, as may be desired Blue Printed or Liverpool Wnre, the same Common Edged, White and Rockingham Ware, in full supplv. Cut, Pressed, Plain,and Moulded Glass Warefrom the best establishments in the Eastern and W'estern States, which will be sold by the package or other wise. Experienced packers employed. Goods put up by us can bo transported by any mode without breakage. Fare by the steamlionts from Washington to Alex andria, almost hourly. 12*? cents each way. A quar ter of a dollar thus spent may save many dollars dec 1 npiIE PERUVIAN SYRUP having successfully M fnased the ordeal to which many discoveries in the Materia Medicaare subjected, must now be re ceived as an established medicine. ITS EFFICACY IN CURING , DYSPEPSIA. Affections of the Liver, Dropsy, Neuralgia, Bron chitis and Consumptive Tendencies, Disorder ed state of the Blood, Boils, General Debility, and all Diseases which require a Tonic and A Iterative medic ine is beyond Question. The proofs of its etficacy are so numerous, so well authenticated, and of such peculiar character,*that sufferers cannot reasonably hesitate to reoeive the proffered aid. The Peruvian Syrup does not profess to fie a cure all, but its range is extensive, because many disea ses, apparently unlike, are intimately related, and, proceeding from one cause, may be cured by one remedy. The class of diseases for which the.Syrup promi ses a cure, is precisely that which has so often 1*1 fled the highest order of medical skill. The facts nre tangible, the witnesses accessible,and the safety and efficacy of the Syrup incontrovertible. Those wno may wish for an opinion from disinter ested persons respecting the character of the Syrup, cannot fail to be satisfied with the followiigr among numerous testimonials, 111 the hands of the Agents. The signatures are thoso of gentlemen well known 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 the attention of the public. From our ?wn experience, as well as from the tes timony of others, whose intelligence and integrity are altogether unquestionable, we have no dount of its efficacy in case* of mcipient Diseases of th* Lungs and Bronchial Passages, Dy spepsia. Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Neuralgia, Ac. Indeed its ef fects would be incredible, but from the character of those who have witnessed them, and have volunteer ed their testimony, as we do ours, to its restorative Power- JOHN PIER PONT. THOMAS A. DEXtfER, S. II. KENDALL, M. D. SAMUEL MAY, , . ? ? THOMAS C. AMORY. FsrnlebyZ. D. GILMAN, Special Agent, 350 1 ennsy Ivama avenue, and at the General Agency, corner of L and 8th streets, Navy Yard. feb 26 A R NY'S CONFECTIONERY, No. t4, Bunk Street, Georgetown, D. C., where all kinds of Entertainments are furnished with the best lee Creams, Cakes, Water Ices, Confectionery, fte., at the shortest notice, and on the most moderate terms. Medal awarded at the last exhibition of Metropolitan Mechanics' Institute. jan St-tf NEW YORK LEDGER FOR SSthXpRIL expected to contain the new storv by Mrs. South worth; also. The Wild Knight, or Unknown Crusa ?p fj 9"v',",? Qo^oTs'o%:'^T.;^, Medicines. t?TOP THAT COUGH! ?3 The Ureal Remedy (or Coccus, Colds. Crot r and Whoofueq Coven DR. ROSE'S COUGH SYRUP Cures Cough* a# the worst kind. It also caret Hoarseness, Sore Throat, \\ mkneu of the Cheat. Pain in the Breast snd Lung AMections. When ever there is pain, mix with the Couch Syrup 10 drops of PAIN CI RER, snd you will fend imruodi ate relief. Dr. Rose's Cough syrup relieves and fre quently cures a consumptive eough,and fortiftes the ay Hipi against further attests. fTT" InbotUes at Sti oents aud #1. TO CURE CROUP. The lives ef thousand of chiklreu hare baen saved, by using DR. ROSE'S CROl'PSYRUPT It gives mstant relief. M oents a bottle. ? TO CURE WHOOP!NO COUGH. DR. RUSK'S WHOOHING COUGH SYRUP is the only certain cure for \V hooping Cough. It cures iu a short timo, and allay s all imtatiou of the Lungs. 50 cents a bottle. The above valuable medicines are recommended by Physicians who hsve tried them iu their practice. To l>e hud of al* the Druggists iu Washington, Georgetown ami Alexmlria. ?!*?<! IMm pRIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE PHISIOLOGICAL0VIEW OP MARRIAGE, By M. B. La CROIX, M. D., AlUny, N. Y. 300 pages and 130 fine Plain and Colored Lithographs _jmm! plates. _ ? inrPRKJII ONLY 25 CENTS..O \U~ Semi fret to ail part* oj the Union. Dr. M. B. La Croi**s Physiological View of Mar riage. A new and TOvised edition oj 25'piucs and 110 plates. Price 25 cents a copy. A popular nixl comprehensive treatise on the duties and casualt tea of single and inarrMd life?happy snd fruitful aiiirui oes, mode of secrtnife tliem?infelicitous and inlcr tile ones?their obviation and removal?nervous de bility, its causes and cure, by a process at once so simple, safe, and effectual, that failure is impossible ?rules for daily management?an essay on Sperma torrhoea, with practical observations on a snfrr and more successful mode of treatment?precautionary hints on the evil results from empiric*] practice; to which is added commentaries on tho diseases of fc iivues?from intoncy to old a#e?each cn?e graphiciJ ly illustrated by beautiftil plates. It points out the remedies for those sclf-inflirted miseries and disap pointed hopes srr unfortunately prevalent iu the young. It is a truthful adviser to the marued. and those contemplating tuarriago. Its perusal is partic ularly recommended to person* entei Uuiiisk secret doubts of their physical condition, and who are cow scious of having hazarded the health, happiness and privileges to which every human Item* is entitled to. Price 25 cents per oopy, or hve copies for *1. mail ed free of postage to an* part of the United States, by addressing Dr. LA CROIX, (post paid,) Albany, New \ ork, enclosing 25 cents. Those who prefer may consult Doctor ILA CKOIX upon finy ol tho dihcnsea upon which his boot treats, either personally or by mail. His medi cines often cure in tho short space of six days, and oomplctely and entire!/ eradicate all traces of those disorders which copaiva and cubebs have so long lieen thought an antidote, to the ruin of the health of tho patient. His " French Secret" is the great con tineutal remedy for that das* of disorders which un fortunately. physicians treat with mercury, to the irretrievable destruction to the patient's constitu tion. and which all the sarsaparilia in the world can not cure. IO* Office No. 31 Maiden Lane, Albany, N. Y. wo 14?ly PILES?PILES?PILES.?We call attention to all who are afflicted with this dreadful complaint to the following sworn certificate from one of our most respectable citizens, the father-in-law of the proprietor of the "Courier des Etats Urns," and formerly gunmakenn Philadelphia: _ N*\v York, Aug. 26th, 1856. Dr. Lcprie?Dear Sir: I hereby certify that 1 have lieeii afflicted with the Filcn for ne.irfjr aixty years, that 1 have us"d eighteen l?ottl?s of Barnes's Pile Lotion, and everything else I could hear of. but all[to no etiect, for they did me little or no good.? About two months since, I commenced using your remedies for the Piles, and have the happiness to say that they have had the desired effect, having cured roe. I consider this almost a miracle, for 1 am eighty years of aze. I sincerely recommend them to all af flicted with the shove complaint. P. VALLEE, 73 Franklin street. State of New York, / , , New \ ork City and County.f 1, Joseph C. Lawrence, do hereby certify that on the day of the date hereof, liefore nie personally came P. Vallee, to me well known, who. being by me duly sworn, did depose and say that the contents of the foregoing certificate signed by him are true. In witness whereof 1 have subscril??d my name,as Commissioner of Deeds an t as a Notary Public of the State of Ntw York, aud have affixed my Nota rial Seal, at uiy office in New Yoik, this 26th day of August, 1856. JOSEPH C. LAWRENCE, Commissioner of Deeds* and Notary Public of the State of New York, 67 Wail street, New York. We challenge the Medical Faculty of the I'nited States to produce a certificate equal to the above. Dr. Duprie's Remedies are the only effectual cure for Kxternal and Interna! Piles. Only 50 certs per box. r Otfiee?76 Nassau street. New York. Will be sent by mail to any part of the United States. For sale by FORD ic BRO., corner of 11th street and Pa. avenue. \\ ashington. D. C. oc 23 | ^OUGH?COLDS?HOARSENESS. DR. TYLER'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF GUN ARRABIC : The most Pleasant, Sale and Speedy Cure for Whooping Cough, Croup, Asthma, Dis eased Luiifs and Consumption. Entered acrordin% to Art of Contrtss, A. D. 1837. In again presenting to the notice of the public the aiKive remedy, we feel that little apology t? needed. \ list numbers iu all sections of the Union are obliged to have reoourse lo other sources ol relief than the immediate prescription 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 many decidedly dangerous, it Incomes as much a matter of duty as interest, believing this to be a remedy, oomb:uing the greatest advantages, with the lea&t objections of any other in uso, to mak** it as extensively known as practicable. That such is its character, is abnndnntly proved by the fact, that it has l?een extensively used the last twenty yeats with unparalleled success; that its reputation has continued to spread and its sale increase, with little aid from advertising or published lists of cer tificates, (winch all know can as easily be had for a worthless prepnration as for a meritorious one.) that by its own intrinsic merit, with the recommendation of persons benefited by its use. it has gamed its pre sent popularity ; it is not trumpeted to the world as a specific or cure all, but as a valuable and scientific auxiliary in pulmonary eases, ready at hand, and one that has been generally found to alford relief where most others have Iieca tried without material benefit. As such, it is recognised by numt?ers of our leading piiysidans, who know its composition, and have been eve witnesses of its superior ethcacy, as well as by thousand* of our most respectable citizens, to most of whom reference is cheerfully permitted. Sold at 15 cents, or three bottles in one, 50 cents, by NAIRN A PALMER, and CIIASLES STO+T, eV.S?rC*x-I?: C1SSM., Georgetown, aud PEEL A S rt \ tN>, Alexandria. ^ a vVlv" ?UM ARABIC COUGH A. r l>l?(JP*v the same composition in a poitable form, much patronised by puftitc speakers singers, frequenters ol public assemblies, Ac., as' they remove all huskinc-ss from the throat and voice, and act like a charm on a troublesome cough. Price I2H and 25 cents a box. dec 2-1 > A YER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, ~ . P?_K Cure ok i ought. Co!dt, Huarstnesn, Bronrhitii,Whoop tag Couth, Croup, Asthama and Consumption. Among the numerous discoveries Science has made in the generation to facilitate the business of life? increase its enjoyment, ami even prolong the term of human existence, none can be namlied of more real value to mankind than this contribution of Chenus try to the Healing Art. A vast trial of its virtues throughout this broad country, has proven beyond a doubt, t hat no medirtnr or combination of multeities yet known, ran so surely control and cure the numer ous varieties 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 has st length been found ?Jiich can bo relied ou, to cure the moat dangerous affections of the lungs. Our space here will not per mit us to publish any proportion of the cures effected by its use, but we would present the following:? TO '"rtber enquiry to my American Almanac, which the agent below named, will always be pleasod to furnish free, wherein are full particulars, and in disputable proof of these statements. Office of trasspobtatioji. I n r ? Laurens, R. R., s. C., Aug. 4, 1853. f Dr. J. C. Ayer. IVar Sir:?My Tittle son. four years old, has just recovered from a severe attack of malignant Scarlet Fever, his throat was rotten, and ?very person that visited him, pronounced him a deed child. Having used Chkrrt Pkctoral, in California, in the winter of 1KU, for a severe attack of Bronchitis, with entire success, I was induced to try it, on my little boy. I gave him a tea-spoon-full every three hours, commencing in the morning, and bv ten o'clock at night, I found a decided cliange for the better, and 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 sflections of the Throat and [.unics, I believe it the best medicine extant. A feeling of the deepest gratitude, prompt* me in addressing you these lines,?but for your im portant discover*, my httle boy would now have been iu another world. I am yours with great respect, J. D. POwELL, Supt. Trans., L. R. R. Rocky Hili., Somerset Co., N. J.,/ n? i r> a ? July a, 18*. t ur. J. l. a\er,?Since your iiitiiictn# Imv becotno known here, it has a greater demand than any other counh remedy we have ever sold. It is spoken of in terms or unmeasured praise by those who have used it, and I know of some cases where the liest they can say 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 iny customers the worth of their money, and 1 feel gratified in seeing the benefit it confers. Please seud mo a further supply, and believe me \ours, with respect, ? ? A, , JOHN C. WHITLOCK. ?1 S.?Almost any number ol certificates onn be sent if you wish it. D? J C Ar?WW'W" J"*> N? uk. j. y. Ay br. Sir,?11ms nwy certify that I have used your Cherry PectoraL for upwards of one year; and it is my sincere belief that I should have been in my grave ere this time if I had not It has cured rue ol a dangerous affection of the lungs, uf. conv,ctioM wh<-n 1 teu > ?u ^ ours very respectfully, D. A. McCLURE, Attorney at Law. n. . ? Wh-Ksba***, Pa., Septemljr2B, 1890. AT**_-. My dear Sir.?Your medicine is ^ ^ose who have use<l it here, r? 5P'?*ttJon 18 such a? to uisureaud maintain itatapata|_ion. I invariably recommeiKl it for pul monary aflections, as do many of our principal phy si ouuw- I am your friend, CHAS. ST&EATER, M. D. prepared by DR. J. C. AYER, Chemist, Lowell, Sold by Z. D. GI L.MAN, Washington aiutoll re spectable droggisU. dec ?-4m POCKET MAPS AT TAYLOR k. MAURY'S. Township and Sectional Maps ol nil the States vKjUBt received at TAYLOR 4 MAL R\ S Bookstore,near9th street. apis Traveler?' Directory. I^'KW ROITE TO TIIK SOL Til WEST. MEMPHIS t CHARLESTON RAILROAD C O M r L XT K ??CO N * KCT i WO Ckattonoota. Ttmm., Charitntom. 5. C., Saras aoA, (r?., amd mil lit A*ri4?aiKra riliii, ?ritk MtmpAts, a tM. ?? jink of Railroad between N EW YORK ANDTHL MISSISSIPPI HI VKK. This r?*d is now completed arid opened for the mg 0 m t'*n,P?rtation of Pa*?cngers and Freight. a*d Will afford more Lxpedit*>a rim! less Mspens* than my other route lietween the Northeast and Soeth JT?**- Passes* era and Shippers will take due notice tncreof. and govern themselves accordingly. ,' nssenger Train* leave Stevenson daily at 2*4 o e.ock. a. m.. (after the arrival of the traina from Chattanooga ami Nashville.>andarriveal Memphis aamedav at 7 p. rn., connecting with First Class Steam Packets to New Orleans, and all other impor tant point* up.ni the Western Rivera.* Goods con signed to Railroad Agents at Charleaton or Savan nah, wni l>c forwaidud to Memphis aud other pointa, by Express F reuht Trams. Freight in charge of the Adam* Express Com* pan* 1a carried over ten route dvl* \n the passen ger tnuns. F.'C. ARMS ... GeaennSvperiulawieaL Hcxtsville,(Ala.) April IM, 1HJ7. ?Through Tickets to Meinphia, Ac.. ao|d at Wil mnigtou, N'.C,; Charleaton. S. C.; Au^n*ta. Savan nah, Maooii. Atlanta, and ColumUis.Gn: Montgom erv. Ala.; Cnattanooga, and Nashville. T?*nn. To connect a it la the W estern Tram* on this mail, riasr. nv'?'r* will lake the atsfcf trains from NViIiuiik - on.N.C.; Augusta, Ga.;Chvttaaooga and Naahville, I'eiui.; and (he J"V trains from Charleston and Kingsville, S. C.: and Atlauta. Ga. ap7-tf DAlI.\ I.INf; FOR KUWAKW FERRY AND LFESBrKO, Va? via Chesapeake aid Ohio Canal.?Tlio l*aeket Boats AHi Hi) ami M.C. e>?tnc ooet^ ma*iur daily tnpa to the aliove on MoikUi) . Ma:ch leaving the a iiarf of \V. ||. and H. G. Ritter. Georgetown, 1 >. C. everv morning at 7 o'clock, Sundays excepted; through in eight hours; leaving Georgetown at|acven o'clock in the morning, the float* will arrive at the <>r?u Falls, or Washington Aqueduct, at in a. m., Seneca at i.t Ldwards' Ferry at 3 p. 111.. wtirra a stage will he in readiness to comes passcmcers to l^cesUirg, Va. Returning, Iea\e Edwards' !? erry every day at mm o'clock in the morning, and arriving in Georgetown at sunset. Through Tieketa, 3I.7.V lntcrnn?diata poiuta as follow* : Great Calls or Washington Aqueduct. V> eeuts; Scii^c*. 75 cents; EdwarJ*' Ferry, ?l.u; Leasburg, Virginia, including ooach.&1.7V Meats served ou the Boats at moderate prices. mariS W. H. A II. G. RITTER. O RANGEAND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. GREAT SO U TJIE R y MAIL LIME. Twice Daifv, (Srindev nirhta excepted,' fwtween WASHINGTON aiwl the SOUTH, via ALF.XAN DRI GORDONSVII.I V. AND RICHMOND. DANVILLK and GRKKNSBOROUCH. 1.eaves Wasliinutou nt (i o'clock a. m. ** Alexninlria at "!i oVIivl a. m. " WtshiiuUw at 7 o'ciock p. in. 14 Alexandria at R^s o'clock p.m. Fare from Washington and Alexandria to Rich mrtnd. *5 4". [rT^Oinniliuseaand Baggage Wagons will beat the Depot of the Washington Rr.ilroad. to convey w.* sengorn and ttag<age to tho Steamer GFO. F'AGR, for Alexandria, a distance of s:x nines, allowinc ample timi lor meals. 1...11 27 tf JA.MKS A. EVANS. Ageai. V\ TASIIINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. Trains leave WASHINGTON for BALTIMORE at ft and k5* a. in., and 3 and ii\ p. in. On Sniiday, at 4^ p. m. Leave BAl.TIMORK for WASHINGTON at 4)6 aud 9H a. m.. and :> and 5.'? p. in. On Suuday at 4.S a. 111. Paaseniers for Phi'adel^iua and New York wiil take trams at 6, KV and 4^. For'Annapolis wiU taks traina at and IS* For Norfolk will take trains at kad 3. For the West will take trains at * aud 4>s, conned - ing at the Washington Junction. fan 16-tf T. II. PARSONS. Agent. 17?OR ALL PARTS OF THK WKST. BALTIMORE ASD OHIO RAILROAD. N>:u* ami lvrKt .rif ArkaKuImint^. Three Trams daily from Baltimore for Cumber land. Wheeling. ai>d all part* of the West. 1 st. The ACCt ?I M O DATION T R AIN will leava (except Sunday )at ti.45 s. m., connecting with trains from Philadelphia, first train from Washington (at Junction*?w 1.. stop at Wij Stations, and arrive at Cumberland at 4 o'clock p. in. 2d. .The MAIL TRAIN leaven Camden Status daily (except Sunday > at 3.?? n. in., and reaches Wheeling t>> 4 a. in., connecting at Benwood with trains lorColambns,Cincinnati. Dayton. Ii><lianap<. lis. Louisville, Cleveland.Toledo, Detroit, ChicUf >, St. Louis. Cairo, and intermediate points. 3d. The EXPRKSS TRAIN leaves daily at 7 p. m., counecTing with expre-<strainsforCiiJCii.iiati.M. I.ouis. Cairo. Chica<4t?,and intermediate places. The distance to Cincinnati and other central aixl southern places in the West, is nearly 1 -as miles shortor than by any ot her route. The t inie to these places 1a also unequalled. fly' Bag^aga checked through to Coluuibua, Cw ci'.rtati, Indianapolis, and St. Lotus. JtT" Passengers aud L;i*gK^e transferred at ali points free. TllROl'GH TICKKTS will be soid toall the large toa ni; in the West, at the lowest possible mtes. at tho '1 ickct Office, Crunden Station, and at Waalom; tou city. R-r A second class car is attached to the MAIL AIX. Passengers from Baltimore or Washington msy n^ir the mtirt r<-ad bp duplitkt,!?* takuir Accoti - mojation or Mail Trait!, anil lying i?\er at Cumber land or Oakland. Tlie> rcs'inie tho next morning l-y the Kx press Train, aiiieh leaven Ciimlienand at j a. nu, and reaches Wheeling at 2 p. in. Passengers from Washington have tonplo time for nnmlb&t \\ aslun^ton Junctii'iu This is the only route by a"tiich Thronph Ticsets and Baggage Cheeks can f*? uStaitied in N\ ashmgtou. TOR \VA V P A SS F. SO E R N. The AccoiiiiiNtdalion Tram at C.<i? will st??p at all stations east of Cuml^rland.and the F.X press at s'a tlons bet*-eoii Piediiiont. going West, l'.astw the Mail Train leaves Wheeling at 7.15a. m..and Ac coniiuo<l.-ition l<tfives Cuinberlai^l at f.9>, reaching Baltimore at 5.4-S p. in. The FRFDKRICK TRAIN starts at4p.m.,(ex cept Jiundayl stopping at Way StatH'iis. Leaves Frederick at 9 a. 111., arriving at Baltimore at noon. The ELLICOTT'S MILL TRAIN loaves Cain den Station at6 a. 111.andp. m. Leaves F.ikcott's Mills at 7U?' a. 111. and p. in., except Sur*la? s. W. S. WOODSIDK, jsn 16-tf Master of Transportation. TIIK NEW YORK AND I.IVKRI'OOl. VSITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. The Skip* rt>tnp'i*ia* this mwewtrfc Line are: The ATLANTIC Capt. Oliver F.ldndge The BALTIC Capt. Joseph CmmttHs. The ADRI ATIC Capt. James West. These ships having l?ecn built by contract ex pre-o y for Government service, every c*re lias l?eeu iak< n tu their const ruction, as also in their engines, to in sure strength and speed, a ml their accomriKslations for passengers are unequalled for clcsauce and com fort. Price of pas?i<:e fn>m Now York to Liverpool, in hrst cabin. ?!;??; in second do., #75 : exclusive use of extra aire state rooms. ?tf75. From Liverpool to New York, 3' and 9' guinear. An experienced Sur geouuftaehed toeach ship. N"lierthsean be*ee.ire?J until paid l.?r. The ship* of this line have improved water-ti^ht bulk-heads. R.id to av* i.l danger fr?n 1 ? ? will not cross the Banks uortli *>[ 42 decrees i.tu after the 1st of August. PROPOSLD DATES OF SAILING. V*OM NEW YORg. i rMOM LTVKEPOOL. Saturday, Ja^ 3..... 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