Newspaper of Evening Star, April 22, 1857, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 22, 1857 Page 4
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EVENING^ STAR. FAREWELL TO VERSE. BT BA11T COK5W1LL. Jw**< Mase! my friend of manv years?Farewell >wae: mistress. who did never do me wrong; Hut at 111 with me hut been content to dwell "Through auuuoer days and winter evening* lone ; t^wvet Nurse, whose murmur soothed ny soul, fare well ! J part with thee at last, and with thy son* unless some Spirit of might, rhat will not be denied, command my pen .Neveragain shall I essay to write W hat thou (I thought! > did'st prompt: Never train Jjose me in dreams until the morning light Or soar with thee beyond the realms ormen. iFV^": P'uTw^e'lrops from off mr win* - Vk? r.lk 'i* , lMe1r t/uk" henoeforth are mine ? TK?imLw (,own 'riHn heaven doth bring *riit . h*,B *outh. I Heem'd divine Hie ?re route, the river dares not hik ? Time lifts his hand?and 1 obey the sign. Am E4it*r'a Soliloquy. ?ftheVreMf"nny hlt,e ^rody "*oin* the ">nnds" TvhUL?'Z ??* to?nte? that's the question; AfY?r?.iJl* bttter to txke up the pen, d'"'?er of liaked beans. i ? JU. y??r pate, and feel for brains In rain, till the last hour to publish ; ? ?*J>ze thescissors manfully, Arut clip. and dip. and clip 1 he better thoughts of others ; y\ e pause for counsel: Joe, hand the scissors f A Tight Fit.?"Sitdown, Charles." 44 No, thank jou, I've got my plaids (pants) on. and / !D" Bowdoin College has now a larger number of students than before, the Spring Catalogue showing a total of 231. ? Fr During three days of last week, (14th 15th 16th.) more than ti.twu immigrants arrived at the port of New York alone. ID" The editor of the Petersburg Express re ?}*** th#> enjoyment of a plate of strawber net, ? red. ripe, fresh and luscious." at' Richmo"^?'P,V,LiVV,^M?n h" Wn convicted ST?A ' of *,11,n< * female named one year wntenced to the penitentiary for Mrrirfn MaK^tic Iron Company, at MOCt Haven. New Jersey, have in successful oi>e SSftiS?1" f0f "* WTOU*bt direct fa ?***'? f^e Pditor of !h* Middletown K *"*' Wh? Wa" merely beaten by vapt De Kay some time since has souared ac counts with Be Kay for the sum of *4% a car^whee'p ,^jA*R4T,v* ? A dog's tail under wu-^iT^'u Is aV of above 'mazing story we shall publish in the Express )?P?ttrsbvrg Express thi?TiT^"' Aberdeen, Miss., Evening N*w> says that a bale of cotton has been sold there at the champion price " of twenty cents per pound, weighing five hundred and six pouiid?^ al ^an Francisco recently orde.ed that all the bar-rooms should be closed at midnight. They were closed, and in five minutes opened for the next day. CD* At St. Louis, Saturday night last, three SS^nTh^lt aiH,1 iill,*d' in different p.aces In the city, and no clue was obtained with regard to the killing of either of them. hWelry lr the v,lu" of about ?.?? was dug up by a policeman at Pascagoula. Miss a J *tF%T^?M,ern ?horema" states that Captain "^"dl^erg. a large fruit grower in the vl thm.?*nd wju lose ^om three to fonr thousand bushels of peaches In consequence of the recent severe cold. M It has l>een decided that persons glvin? warrantee deeds on the strength of duplicates, be fore they receive their patents from the govern m* nt, c annot back out of their bargains The dred is considered perfectly gt>od. ID" Owing to the rapid spread of the cattle ClciSiv i'nrlr, Knuin* districts of Holsteln, e* in the low marshy lands on the banks of the Elbe, the greatest alarm pervades the whole of the agricultural clause*. i ^ A nan,"d Ann Eliza Tyler died sud l-omth? ?T^3V nj5bt ,a,t-Richmond, Va., ?'i^M I Tv?f aT'rr *he n bitten on the 3ight cheek the night betore, and died the follow ing evening from the effects ID" Mr R B Hanson, of Waterboro', while b ast.ng rocks on Hog Island, near Portland was blown fifty feet over the lank into the water bv a preinature explosion. His right lev was badly fractured, and his left thigh severely injured ? Jhe Hagerstown .Mail states that the re niovalofSt Jame* College from that county is ^ Tli: locatiwn chosen for lis ,W establishment is in Baltimore county, nearGlen 'rhe ri?n? f ?K?fNo/,hern Central Railroad ^rhe time for the removal has not l?een deflnitely The Slave Track?it is stated thata General ^?e?UyKdiSCtor**d 'i(>ln the military service in l uba for having connived at the introduction !i^'irn- 1"? hi, department of the aTrtPl,hat he ^ realized mo,e than S200.W*) as his share of the bribes from th? vpmvioi. PiFTKEx Horses Rr.x*i*o Awat Tooet?er A drove of lifteen horses, attached together by Vl^T.' ran.2wa?r ,n Watertown, New York, or. aad^rtMl 5Ty at a train of cars, and sta.ted off. clearing the street most effective ly, knocking down lamp posts, etc., in their headlong course After a long chase they were again secured, some of them badly injured. Two M*v IIasged BT Mobs i* Iowa ?On Saturday, the lab inst . I-Ili Gifford. a half breed K y ? ln?M in Jack*?n county. Iowa, for Xillin^ John Ingalls. On the same dfay a mob at liellevue, Iowa, forcibly entered the jail there, and taking a prisoner, charged hiui with murder and counterfeiting, and hung biin. Great excite ment prevails in the vicinity. Dzr An officer of the Turkish Government re cently found a coal mine near Chiniou Planee iiiouutain, but the ignorant inhabitants resisted the using of this coal, denouncing It as a mortal sin. for they suppose that God is keeping the coal there against the Judgment Dav. with it to burn t.p sinners, consequently it is contrary to the will of God to mice It. IP" A wealthy old eitizen of Pittsburgh, who lias just taken a notion to buihl some fine houses he would have done so before but he 3 \v6 11 City up to ""dertakers long -go W e presume he forboded so gloomily in c onsequence of the biack pall which hangs over l lv Ti<i'i,,"a .1"K' ,Tr " i1*'" a deeP transgression look black and smell and suioke to Heaven." , ,F?". >Ii*8 Gtu>*' in Albany, owns a three story brick house which Mrs. Abbott rents Miss Get ty wants Mrs. Abbott to have; Mrs A do-line* foon Wednesday Miss Getty tak-s the window ?ash ont and declares ?he will freeze ber tenant out. For this. Mrs. Abbott caused her arrest, and ?he was conveyed to jail. Uouse-owneis who have tenants will make a note iiKTht,C?mb,;'l4ni1 PId ) Telegraph states that Mrs Barl^ani Ellen Mink, an Imitate of the almshouse of Allesrhany county, has reached the age of one hundred and six years, and she Is still fc tive. Several years kince she went blind, but * recovered her sight and is now able to thread a needle without the aid of spectacles. She has iuso been blessed with the renewal of her teeth ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS WJUjARDB' HOTEL.-S Garrett, NY: J C Butler, do; I* J Carter, do; S Wade, do; B Beals iZ' fc w ^t: T Ko??r, Mass; R Nay ? 2T'.,NY; E Patterson, Va; R J Tal^', ^aiiy' do; H A ^dler, NC; J J m MoJ. A Emorr, NY: H Murray, do; S l r/^i a ?^ Br.ld?*- pai D Porter, t^N; J L ' * V> D pl^ ? IA J T-aft on do. \S' Traf ?p BroV..W; PC NVard' NV;? Roberts, in d *??{} V ' %Ir* sun. O; J Cron lir r ; *?' U Hegner, Pa; J I.ogue, HI f'u NC' Mi? c'arHt do, J Fergu ^ T,;Vi?'v V \Y" EI)ay ^ H P**ase,do; ^ Turkey jy Mass, K B Hays, ly. NY; M G Hart, do; M J Jordon, do; W D Had ley. do; O gemblr do; Mr Lock wood, lv. do: A I.ockwoo.1, *? rTWw:,bVdn;CW' Pickering, NH: L U)wn!D? do; Miss Downing, do- T Gar land, do; G A Ward, do, W F Giles, Md, Miss #eu?*n, Pa, E Wedgewood, Me: D Morrill Pa Md !'B?'""' un nC,apP, <lo: G K Ma*OI,'> Md; L Bowen. do, R C Benton, do; J M Buchan an. do; 8 R Riely HC; Dr McCartee. NY* E H A/cA'artee, do; E fi French, DC. ' BROWNS' HOTEL -D N Rosenthall. Pa H Bernard and family. Pa; Captain A G Hopninir NY; Capt i \Y Showacre, Md; T F Redenburg and tadv, NY: P B?U. Md; W E Selbv. NY J T StodOar^. MU, J R Powell, Ala; A B Philmon and son, T S Thomas, Pa; E P Hammond, NY : U S Phillip, do, E W Ryerson, do; H barton and family.\Y; F B Earl and lady, HI; Captaia W Owens and friend. Md; T S Everett, Va; J D 1 hap man. d??; C J Kinney Tex; W H Harris. > a, S W Hall, O; J S Stevenson, Va'jtaraUo; A *m! IadT' Mdi T VV ^U*H?oy?r, N w aod ,4dv- Md' ^ A Kord. Mass; im ?? ^?; M T T J Walker M.i a Idl T P^Y^aey, Mass: T Scott. N v w ' V' , S<?rr' NJ; K Atkinson M il . B,Ca,nP**J> W W ? Murrill. Va; J J TI)!^5|Wm?I,?,I.0.VSE-j1 R?T*n?,NVi W do. T Fassavant NYk "? ^ J Gallagher. M<l; br 1^?2f*' V^,F S % S2S3S: ft TV. O; Gen Rust. Md; P H i'in? d fcue'r-Va^ " ? PU',er' C ^'^cJl; W ^r;t*a, W W Lincoln, NY; W H Mm wp Maulsby. Md; W T Tuipin, do; C D Rovers NV 4 Lowe, do; J R Jiasser/Md ' Ko^^?r^N^ ; Miscellaneous. THEIR 9IOHT. IAN, attention of all that?w *-j? suffer with defective eight, caused by age. sick cart easss ftg^LgO'sfls; LS aarefully ground by himself to a true spheneal accuracy, andbnlliaut transparency, aarted P?*1*" ly aad beneficially to the wearer, according to the ooncavitv or oonrexity of tha eye. Vary numerous are tha ill effeots caused to tha gracious organ of eight from the ooramenoenMnt or using glaaeaain not beiag precisely suited, by tha use ?f?? Sid! glasses that are abaolutely reqmred will oa hnnik* ed with precision and satisfaction. JOHN TOBIAS aeknowlediestha very liberal encouragement already obtained, and further solicits the patronage of tho?e who hava not yet availed themselves of his aid. Persons that oaanot conveniently oall, by sending the glasses in use, and state how many mohes they can road this print with their spectacles, can be sup plied with such as will improve their sight. Innumerable testimonials ta be seen ; and referen ces given to mnuj who hava denvad the greatest ease and comfort from his glaases. Circulars to be had gratis, at hit office. No. S3 Seventh street, three doors from Odd Fellows' Hall, up stairs. ? NoaroLg, September 7,18M. Six: The Spectacles you made for inp suit very well, and seam to have improved my eight more than any other 1 have lately tried. LITT. W. TAZEWELL. I have tried a pair of Spectacles obtained from Mr. Tobias, and And them of great assistance to my signt, and corresponding with his description of tha focus. 1 recommend him as a skilful optictan. HENRY A. WISE. Having bean induoed by a friend to Yisit the estab lishment of Mr. Tobias for the purpose of trying his glaases, I was furnished by him with a pair ?lightly colored blue, which have afforded me more relief and gratification than any I have ever tried. My sight, originally verjr good, was injured by writ ing and reading at night, frequently to a very late hour; but with the aid of these glaases I can study almost as late as ever, and that too without the pain 1 hava previously suffered. JOHN WILSON. I Ate Commissioner Gen'l Land Omoe. Dec. 11, 1855. I have used Mr. Tobias's Spectacles for three or (our months, and take great pleasure ia saying that am much pleased with them. I have been much benefited by them. GEO. P. SCAR BURGH. May 5th, 1856. I was recommended to Mr. John Tobias as a skil ful optician ; and as I have eyes of remarkable pecu liarity, I was gratified to find that Mr. Tobias seem ed to oomprehend them by inspection and some slight measurement,and he has made meapair of Specta cles that suits me admirably. A. P. BUTLER. July 11, laab. WiL*iW0TO!t. N. C., Jan. 17,1854. Mr. J. Tobias. Dear Sir: I am happy to say that the Spectacles whieh I obtained from you last week are entirely satisfactory, h rom nn inequality in the visual i$nge of my eyes, I have heretofore found 3rent difficulty in retting glasses of the proper local istance. It affords me pleasure to state that, by the aid of your optometer, this difficulty lias been happi It obviated, so that the glasses you furnished me are decidedly the best adapted to my eyes of any I have ever yet used. Very respectfully, yours, R. B. DRANE, Rector of St. James's Parish. Dkpabtxs*t or Interior, May 8,1S55. From natural defects and the unequal range of ray eyea, 1 have been compelled to use glasses for seve ral years. I have tried different opticians without obtaining glasses perfectly fitted to my eyes. Four months since Mr.Tobias made two pairs especially for me, which 1 have found to serve me perfectly. Bv the use of his optometer he is enabled to adapt glasses most minutely to the eye. I 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, Ass't Sec'y to sign Land Warrants. P. S. OPERA G LASSES of great variety/TEL ESCOPES and MICROSCOPES, WATCH-MA- J KER GLASSES, and maay other article* m this line at very low prices constantly ou hand. jy 18-1* ^yASHINGTON AQUEDUCT. OFFICK Of THE WaSHISOTO!! AqCEDCCT,{ Washimoto*, March 5.1*37. { Proposals are invited for materials and Work for the W ashington Aqaeduct. Proposals received up to 7th May will be opened at noon of that day. Maps, profiles, and specifications of materials and work to Em let will be ready lor examination at this othce on and after the 2ith of April next. The work to be let will embrace Masonry of some of the Bridges, Graduation, Excavation, and Em bankment or Reservoirs, Iron Pipes connected with the Reservoirs, 12-inch iron main, (rate Houses, Bricks. Sand, Bubble, ami Cut Stone. Ac. For the particular worksand materials referenceis made to the specifications and plans. As upon a portion of the line the titles are not yet acquired by the United States, there may he some delay in commencing the work thereon ; but for such unavoidable delays due allowance will be made in the tune of completion. Portions only of some of the works r*vn be comple ted under the present appropriation; Init all contracts for unfim-hed work will lie subject to future appro priations by Congress. The Engineer reserves the right to presenile the amount of work tobe done and rale of progress nnder each contract for eaoh appro priation ; mid in case of the appropriation not holding out sufficiently. to decide when and what works shall l>e stopped until funds become available. In case of the entire stoppage of any particular work for want of funds, the reserved ten per cent, will be paid, if, in tne judgment of the engineer, the work has been properly executed so far as it lias gone. Payments will be made in specie checks upon the I United States Treasury, upon the monthly estimates of the Engineer, reserving ten per cent.; and it will be a condition of all contracts that the workmen shall be paid their full wages monthly, and in specie. All bids should be sealed and endorsed A Proposal: for wor|( or materials on the Washington Aqueduct.' The I nited States reserves the ruht to reject any or all the bills should they not be deemed advanta geous, and to make such arrangements as mar be considered most conducive to the progress of the work. Fvery offer must be accompanied by awritten guar antee, signed by one or more responsible persons, to tho effect that ne or they undertake that the 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 ;uarantoe to be accompanied by the certificate of the I nited States district judge, Unjted States district attorney, navy agent, or somo officer of the General Government or individual known to the Engineer or Department of War, that the guar antors are able to make good their guarantee. Bids will be opened in presence of bidders, if any of them choose to be present. M. C. MEIGS, Captain of Engineers, m charge. 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 Im days after the acceptance of the said bid, execute the contract for the name, with good and sufficient sureties to perform or furnish thearti cles proposed inconformity to the terms of theadver tisemeut under which it was made. And in case the said shall fail to enter into contract as afore said, we guarantee to make good the difference be tween the offer by the said and the next lowest bidder. (Signed,) A. C. D. I hereby certify that, to the l>est of my knowledge and belief, the above-named guarantors are good ami sufficient. ? _ (Signed,) E. F. rnar 7-eodt7.MvAlawtf _ T\TEW AND EXTENSI VE SUPPLY OF FUR i/N N1TURE DRY GOODS. Just received and on sale an immense variety of SUPERB GOODS, in great variety, in new styles and novelties, adapted to the comfort and conveni ence of housekeepers. We name tho following arti cles. which will be found the cheapest and best ol their kind ever offered in this market. In TABLE LIN ENS. we have 12-4 by 12-4 to bl~4 by 16-4 Belgian double Satin Dam a-k Table Cloths. This make of Linen is very uncommon in this country. The designs are quite novel. 8-4 by 8-4 to 8-4 by 10-16 Breakfast Cloths 10-4 tiy 10-4 to in-4 by 10-16 double Damask Dinner, Irish manufacture S-4 double Satin Damask, for overlays, to matoh the above. This is a new article of Furniture, and a great improvement in the saving of time and trouble at the dinner table 4-4 by 4-4 to 5-h by 5-8 Tabie Napkins to match, f ome as low as $1,23 per dozen TOILET GOODS. Russia, Barnslev, Scutch, and Irish 13-4, 12-4, 11-4. 10-4. and 9-4 Lines Sheetings, soiae as low as 62)* cents , All widths and qsalities Pillow rind Bolster-case Linens An immense variety of Toilet Toweling, for all pur poses Elegant Marseilles, Turkish, Dimity, Lanoaster, and Allendale Todet Quilts, in 14-4 down to 9-4 sizes Crib and Toilet Covers to match Frenoft Canopies, for suspending nets or draperies of any kind over beds Three-yard wide pink and white Botnnets, for Bed tf) -nets English and Frenoh furniture Chintaee Do do twilled Eugeao Stripes, for summer Coverings for Chairs, Divans, Sofa?, 4c. All colors Cotton Darnaaks for ditto. PARLOR FURNITURE. Elegant Piano awl Tablo Covers, in Burgundy, Crimson, Green and Blue Cloths, in rich Satin and Embroidered Borders. Thee* goods are en tirely new and superb Tapestry and Emboeaed ditto, in all oolors And many other goods, the styles of which have never beforu been aowu in this city before tlM present time. The attention of the housekeepers ol Washington, Georgetown. Alexandria, and ecivirons is particular ly invited to onr stock. ap I.Veo4w _CLAGETT. DODSON A CO. JOHN ALEXANDER, No. 240 lTtMNSYI.VAMlA AVXJJJK I have just receiveda la?.*e assortment of GILT and V ELVET WINDOW SHADES, of now and rich, designs. 11v.ii na. ' p!?SkLpJ'jt,'ke co><us Lw ? mar'st-eofm WINDOW GLASK-S00 boxes Baltimore and Philadelphia Glass, all qualities and sixes, fin sale at a liberal discount, by J. R. MCG REGOR, mar y-Ts* F2m 514 7th street. W. W. HACISIT. "W. *? DATTOH ? HACKNEY ft DAYTO N, Rcal Estate aid Gxnyxal m*MD Aoxsct, febi*-TuF*m Omnia City, N. T. MISCBLLA :e, Fine _ ? .Period! *!?. Papers, Ac. To buv cheap, call at ?Pll IFERGUSON 4#>nb street. Miscellaneous. pROPOSALS FOR STATIONERY. Horn ?? REr??s*!*TATtrM Unites States. > ? ??/,c?iMarch3L1857.( In pnrauanoe of the seventeenth section of the act of Congress of the 26th August, 1842, entitled " An act legalising and making appropriations for inch necessary object* aa have been usually ino) tided in the general appropriation bills without authority of law, 45?J0 f.1 pro ride for certain incidental expense* of the Departments and offices of Governments, and [?r <**?r iwrpoaea,''sealed propowla will be reoeiv 611 "f th'" ??5I* Vntl1 Monday, the 1st day of June next, at 12o'oiook in., for furnishing the following articles of stationery for the use oFthe House of Representatives during the Thirty-fifth Congress, vie: DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLES. Class No. 1.?Paper. Item 1.?500 reams white-laid qearto post, extra su perfine, faint lined 2.?100 reams white-laid quarto post, extra super fine, unruled 3.? 75 reams white-laid Bath post, extra superfine, faint lined 4.?30 reams white-laid Bath post, extra superfine, unruled 5.?125 reams extra sunerine cream laid notes pa per, large sixe, taint lined and gilt-edged, dn ruled 6.?125 reams same articlo 7.?125 " extra superfine eream laid note, medi um size, gilt-edged 8.?100 reams white cap paper, extra superfine, faint lined 9.-25 roams same paper, unruled , 10.?125 " pommercial laid note paper, large size, faint lined Propoaals for the above must state the price per ream. Of items 1,2, S, and 4 a portion not to exoeed one half of each, to be furnished gilt-edged, if required. Class 2.? Envelopes. Item 1.??75,000 envelopes, thiek laid, white, large letter sue 2.?125,000 envelopes, thick laid, white, small size 2.?40,000 envelopes, thick laid, small note size 4.-60,000 co do official size, uK x 9x4, and 9X x 4 inches 5.?150,000 envelopes, bulf laid, large letter size 6.?25,000 do do official size 7.?100,000 do buff, medium, between let ter and official size, smooth and strong, for newspaper* and documents. The envelopes are to be in all cases adhesive. Preference will be given to those having full pockets. Proposals must state the prive per thousand. Class 3.?Knives, tfr. Item. 1.?ino dozen four blade pearl-handle pocket knives, 2.?00 dozen same article, stag handle 3.?30 dozen two-blade pearl Ami shell handle pocket knives, small size, half of each 4.?50 cases scissors 5.?50 pairs first rate office shears 6.?8 dozen ivory handle erasers Proposals for knives and erasers must state the price per dozen. Items Nob. 1,2, 3 and 4 are to be of the best quality and first style of finish. Class 4.?Peas, Penholders, Pencils and Quills. Item. 1.?50 gross Perry's patent large blue barrel pens, fine points 2.?50 gross Perry's three pointed pens 3.?400 gross fine quality metallic pens, in boxes containing \ gross each 4.?10 gross bullion pens, on cards or in gilt boxes of one dozen each 5.?6 gross porcupine quill penholders 6.?6 gross rosewood penholders, for large barrel pens 7.?6 gross rosewood penholders, for small harrel pens 8.?3 gross penholders, best styles, for pens without barrels 9.-2 gross fancy penholders, handsomo styles 10.?20 gross Faber's Nos. 1,2, and 3 black lead pen pencils 11.?30 dozen gold pens, first rate quality, half with silver cases and half without cases. Class 5.?Ink and Inkstands. Item. 1.?so dozen ink, in pint bottles 2.?30 dozen ink, half-pint do 3.?15 dozen ink, quart do 4.?3 dozen red ink, or carininc, in small glass bot t'es m 5.-6 dozen standishes, china or cut-glass inkstands, with raoks, Ac. 6.-5 dozen fine china inkstands, pump and dishes, 7.?10 Jozen handsome cut-glass inkstands, large ?ize 8.?10dozen handsome cut-glass inkstands, medium size 9.^5dozen handsome pressed glass inkstands, vari ous patterns 10.?4 dozen handsome porcelain ladies' inkstands, various patterns Class 6.?Memorandum Books, Portfolios, Tab lets and Diaries. Item. 1.?30 dozen memorandum books assorted sizes 2.? 20 dozen portfolios, quarto, with locks, tablets, and of tine quality 3.?10 dozen portfolios, cap, with locks, and of fine quality 4.?10 dozen pearl tablets, with pencils, and of supe rior quality and finish 5.?15 dozen pocket diaries, of fine paper and finish Class 7.? IVax and Wafers. Item. 2.?200 pounds red wafers, of fine quality 2.-250 do red wax. of very finest quality. Class 8.?Paper Weights and Paper Folders. Item 1.?20 dozen cut glass paper weights, finest quality and patterns 2.?30 do nine-inch tine ivory fold?rs, one inch wide, and not less than 9 oz. to tho dozen 3.?20 do nine-inch fine ivory folders, one inch wide, and not lees than 9 o*. to the do zen, and with strong handle*. 4.?10 do fine pearl folders, assorted patterns^nd strong handles. Class 9.?Miscellaneous. Item 1.?380dozen red tape. No. 19 2.-250 do do No. 25 ?.? 25 do white tape. No. 25. 4.? 10 do vesta taper stands, with wax tapers, fine quality 5.?1,000 pounds pound* Llack sand, pound papers ?.?10 dozen letter olips. gilt 7.?10 do do bronze fine ivory luuidle letter stamps, chequered -?* J'1". do do do plain lo.?12 dozen pieces best quality twilled offioe taste, various oolors U. 12 do bottle* adhesive mucil.tge, best quality, wide metal tops and pencils attached 12.?o pounds india-rubber, m usual size pieces, na tive gum preferred. Class 10. Item 1. 1,000 reams buff or brown envelop*; paper, smooth surface, strong and tou gh, 1? x 24 inch es, to weigh not less tj ian 23 pounds to the ream 2.?600 reams of buff or brown euvolope paper, smooth surface, stPong and tough, 20 x 24 inches, to wcig'.i not lea* than 25 pounds to the ream 3.?50 roams strong and smooth Manilla paper, 27 x 31 niche*, to weig'.i not less than forty pounds totho reran. 4.-1,000 reama white flat cap* in half sheets, to weigh uot leas than 12 pounds to the ream 5.-2,000,000 document envelopes, fine buff paper, 7% inches long am I 3X inches wide 1 roposals for the above m?jst state the weight and price per ream for paper ain't price per thousand for envelope*. By the act approved Jui?o 17,1844, the Clerk of the Ilou*e of Representatives i* " directed to coufiue hi* purchases exclusively to articles the growth and manufacture of the United State*, provided the same can be procured of such growth and manufacture, of smtadle quality, and at reasonable prices, upon a* good term* a* to quality atid prioe as can be obtained ol foreign growth and m&nufacture." A preference will therefore be given to the productions of Ameri can industry ; and all pervons making proposal* to supply any article, will state whether the same is of the growth and manufacture of the United StateB. The articles are to be dalivored, free of any charge for carriage, at tha Offioo of the Clerk on or before the 15th of October next, and to be paid for as soon as the Committee on Accounts shall audit tho bill. Each bidder, though he may desire to propose for the whole of the articles above numerated, will be required to makes separate and distinct proposal for each item ; r?iul no proposal or paper embracing more than a sin (le item will bo considered. Kaon proposal to bo endorsed Proposals for item No. ?, class So. of :itatiouery for the House of RepreJ aeatatives of tha United Btatoe," and addressed to the undersigned. They will be free of postage. Sufficient specimens of each item aooorapany the proposal, uiark?xl with the name of the bidder ana the number of the class and item, according to the above advertisement. The person offering to furnish any description of articles at tho lowest price, quality considered, shall receive a contract for the same on executing al>ond, with one or lisore sureties, satisfactory to the Clerk, lor the performance of the same, under a forfeiture of twice the contract price in the case of failure; which bond must be filed in the office of said Clerk within ten <iay s after tho proposals have been opened and the result declared. The right is reserved, in case it should l?e neces sary. to order a further supply of all or any of the ar ticles oontauied in the above list. c .. . ? VVM- CULLOM. ap 3-lawtJsl Clerk House of Repa., U. 8. ST ABLISHMENT OF DISTRICT IN NINo. .Try. J OTICE OF Tire ESTABLI AN ADDITIONAL LAND 1 THE STATE OF WISCONSIN. In pursuance of the act of Congress approved March 3,1857, entitled "An act to establish an addi tional I*and District in the State of Wisconsin," to be called the "Chippewa District," which district embrace* that portion of the old I*a Crosse and Hud son Districts, situated " north of the line dividing townships twenty-four and twenty-five north, south of the line dividing townships forty and forty-one northwest of the line dividing ranges onf and two east, and east of'the line dividing ranges eleven and twelve west." it is hereby decla red and made known that the office for said district has been established at the town of "Eau Claibe," in said State. Given under my hand, at the city of Washington, this eleventh day of April, A. D. 1857. By order of the President: JOS. S. WILSON. Acting Commissioner of the General ap 13-1awflw I.aud Office. U NITED STATES MAIL. ALABAMA. Post Office Department, I Washington, MarchSl, 1897. S Proposals for conveying the mails of the United States from 1st July, 18.97, to 30th June, 1858, on the following route in the State of ALABAMA, in the tune and manner herein specified, will be received at the Contract Office of this Department until 3 p. in., of 1st June next, to he decided on the next day: 7104? From Tuscaloosa, by Northport, Sipsey Turn pike, Gordo, Reform, and Antioeh, to Colum bus, Mississippi, sixty-three miles and back, three times a week?with due oelority, oer tainty. ami security. Leave Tuscaloosa Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 9J? a.m.; Arrive at Columbus same days by 11 p. m.; Leave Columbus Tuesday, Thursday and Sat urday at 4 a. m.;

Arrive at Tuscaloosa same days by 6 p. m. For forms of proposal, guarantee, ana certificate, also instructions and requirements to be emlwaeed in the eon tract, see advertisement of January 9,1854, in pamphlet form, at the prinoipal post offices. . , , AARON V. BROWN, 3-law4w _ Postmaster General. Insurance, Ac. Capital #W,M?!!! CHAND1SE, Jte.,at the usual City rates, without any charge for Policy, at their Office, corner of Tenth Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, over the Washington City Savings Bank. DimscToR*. ?fc?i??i. ?"SSSw. StSTKw S^gS?.10' Ug.j Hc&il Jambs C. MoGUIRE, President. 6. D. Hanson, Seoretary. ap 11-ly Northwestern insurance compa ny. Home Off ice, OsweooCity, N.Y. J. T. STEVENS. Agent, No. 517 Seventh street, (over Suter, Lea ft. Co.'s Bank.) Washington, D. C. The Northwestern has a place among the very best insurance companies in the United States. In corporated in the year 1832, it has sinoe 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 only in amount of busings, solvency, and capital in that State. Its reliability dunug the financial revulsions of the past twenty-live years has boen fully tested and sustained. Within ths limits ol the State of New York no other recommendation would be necessary than the Report of the State Comptroller for 1857, which can be seen at the offioe of the Agent. The prompt payment of all its losses, and the con tinued accumulation of its capital and surplus fund is a sufficient guarantee of its aelvenoy tor Miefu ture. _ ap lS^ttw PBmT!&NDAuN*u?iSKW^,FROM THE INLAND FARMERS AND MECHANICS' INSURANCE COMPANY, OP PHILADELPHIA. Fibb, Marine, and Inland Insurance. Authorized Cetpital 01f39jMt! Office, Nobthwest coene* o? Pennsylvania Avenue and 17th Stbkbt, Washinbton. DIRECTORS. jorence, Charles George H. Armstrong, Thomas Maaderfield. Hon. Thos. B: Florence, Charles Dingee, George H.Armstrong, Thomas Maaderfield. Charles A. Rubicain, Edwa6d R. Helmbold, 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. 307 D street, opposite City Hall. John M. Thornton, oorner 1st street and Virginia avenue. Island. James Williams, No. 22 4>? street. John Higgles, No. 501 13th street, below Pennsyl vania avenue. MARINE SURVEYOR. Captain J. P. !*evy, No. 357 Pennsylvania avenue, opposite National Hotel. GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT. John Thomaaon. Authorized Capital and Assets 91,473,057 07 Assets 9523,057(77 Invested in Bonds, Mortgages, and Good Secuntiee. The following statement exhibits the business and condition ol the Company to November 1, 1866 : Premium reoeived on marine and inland risks to No vember I, I8S6 ?214,684 00 Fire premium 178,796 61 Interest on loan. -. 8,704 47 Total receipts #400,185 68 Paid marine losses $64,427 04 Paid fare losses 39,737 39 Expenses, salaries,and commis sions 4M? 00 Reinsurance, return premiums, and agency charges 27,474 68 9177,121 61 Balance remaining with the Company. 9229,067 07 The Assets of the Company are at follows : Philadelphia city and county bonds (Jlfl,M8 18 Pail road bonds 11,000 00 irst mortgages, real estate 143,500 00 Stocks, collaterals, on oarfl 32.41X) 00 Girard and consolidation bank stook 5,125 00 Deposited with Duncnn, Sherman 4 Co., New York ? 30,000 00 Deterred payment on stock not yet due 97,700 00 Notes for marine premiums. 108,080 59 Due from agents, secured by bonds........ 35,376 18 Premiums on policies reoently issued,and' debts due the company 26,470 3B Balance in bank 16,456 74 9523.057 07 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. 1855, in fifteen months, up to the Ut day of November, 1856, the premiums and interest received amounted to the large suin ol four hundred tbousaud one hundred and eighty-hve dollars and sixty-eight cents, with the payment of losses and expenses of one hundred and seventy seven 1 housaml oao hundred and twenty-eight dol lars and sixty -one cents. With these evidences of success and g<y>d maa Xuieut, the Directors feel justified in soliciting a ro of public patronage, believing that the seounty uttered is ample, and that all fair claims will be ad justed more aecording to equity than legal technical ities. . ... The Company is prepared to issue policies against loss or damage by fire on DWELLINGS, FU RNITUR E, MILLS,MAN VFACTORIES, WAREHOUSES, All descriptions t>f BUlLDINUSand their contents; or all kinds of MERCHANDISE, transported by Vessels,Steamboats, Caxai. Boats, Railroads. lal conveyances to or from any portion of EUROPE AND AMERICA, and the usual and on the hulls of STEAMBOATS navigating the Western Waters. The raten 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. Offioe, northwest comer Pennsylvania avenue and 17th street, Washington City, D. C. Insurance may also be ejected at the Home Ofice, northwest rorner Walnut and Second streets, Philadelphia, .. , And in other principal cities of the Lmted States bv authorized offioers of the Company. ap 3 B ANKING HOUSE OF CHUBB BROTHERS. Deposits. ?Deposits received and Checks paid without charge. Drafts on the northern seaboard cities received on Deposit at par, and Exchange ou said Cities furnished to depositors without cliarge. Interest on Deposits.?Interest will be allowed on Deposits at suoh rates as may be agreed upon. Deposits in Virginia asd l ncueeent Money. Deposits in Virginia and other I'nourreut Money re ceived to be checked for, payable iu same funds, or in spccie, we charging the regular Exchange. Discounts.?Notes, Drafts, and Bills of Exchange will bediscounted.and Loans made on Stocks, Bonds, and Securities, at the market rate. Letters or Credit.? Letters of Credit will be furnished, negotiable in the different Cities of the Jnited States, on Deposit of Money or Collaterals, and interest allowed if Money is deposited, and charged if Collaterals, on suoh terms as may be agreed upon. Traveling Bills or Exchange.?'Travelers will be furnished with drafts in suoh sums as may be de sired negotiable in the different Cities of the Union. Bills and Letteesqe Credit on England,Ire land and Europe.?Bills of Exchange and Letters of Credit on England, Ireland and Europe, furnished at the market rate for Exchange, in sums to suit. Bonds, Stoces, Ac.?Bonds, Stocks, and Securi ties paying froni 6 to 12 pr. oeut.. always for sale, or bought in the different Cities at a commission of a pr. oent. Where Stocks are bought upon orders, we reserve the right to call lor a deposit of 10 pr. oent on the cost. Bonds or Stocks will be ordered by tele KrRAhiLEOAB, City, and State Bonds.?Railroad, City, and State Bonds can be plaoed in our hands Cur negotiation, either in this country or Europe. Rail road Iron purchased for cash or with Bonds. Land Warrants.?I*and Warrants bought at the market rates. All Warrants sold by us are guaran teed in every respeot. 1 And Warrants located on commission. Land Warrant quotations regularly furnished if re quested. Warrants will be forwarded to Western Houses on orders, or sent for sale on ooiuinlesion to responsible parties. Real Estate and Insubances.? Real Estate bought and sold, and Insnranoes efleoted. * Claims on.Lnitbd States, Coubt or Claims, Congress.?Claims on the United Statee, before the Court of Claims or Congress, intrusted to us, will be rnMMUd b, prompt ga^VySSfSiFBS. jan 27 Opposite the Treasury. CHIN*- Q.-AS8 Importers direet from Liverpool to A lex an- Wgfr dria, beg leave to callthe attention of dealers. hotel-keepers, and others of Washmgtonand Georgetown, to their stocks of GOOD S, H which, for extent and variety, will oompare lavoraWy with any establishment in the Eastern cities. The connexion of their senior partner with the manufacturers ol Europe and the I luted States for upwards of thirty years, has given hnn advantages in the purchase of goods equal, if not superior, to any house in the trade. An inspection of goods and prices will satisfy all parties that purchases cau be made of them upon the most favorable terms. French China Dinner Sets, gilt and decorated French China piiiuer Sets, gold hand and plain white French China Vases, Pitchers, Toilet Sets, Ao. French China Tea Sets, Cups and Saucers, and other articles of Teaware And Dinner Ware, separate from sett India China Dinner Sets, and separate articles always on hand White Granite Ware in every variety, in eets, and separate from sets, as may be desired Blue Printed or Liverpool Ware, the same Common Edged, White and Rockingham Ware, lull supply. Cut, Pressed, Plain, and Moulded Glass Ware from the best establishments in the Eastern and Western States, which will be sold by the package or other wise. _ . Experienced packer# employed. G00?'Put us can be transported by any mode without breakage. Fare by the steamboats from Washington to Alex andria, almost hourly, 12K cents eaeh way. A quar ter of a dollar thus spent may save many dollars dee 1 A RNY'S CONFECTIONERY, No. M. Bbidgb A Stbeet, Gbobobtown, DjCMWhere ^11kinds of Entertainments are furnished with the best lee Creams, Cakes, Water Ioes, Confectionery, Ac., at the shortest notioe, and on the most moderate tenns. Medal awarded at the last exhiUBonof Metropolitan MeohaaleT!?titnte. ?-tf NEW YORK LEDGER FORttth APRIL araSKftHrtaKSBWfeSss fc $ BX- c in pKlVATK MEDICAI. TREATISE aw P*|M and 1? fine Plain aad Colored Lithographs ud PImn. irrPRlCB ONLY?CKNm?OJ ICT S???/r?? 9f postage 10 ail HrM */1*< (/mm. Or. M. B. La Croix's Phrawlojioal View of Mar riage. A new and revised edition of SO pages ami UK plates. Prioe 25 oeats a copy. A popular and coaerebeasive treatise oo the dukes aad casualties of m ogle ami married It fa happy and fruitful allian ?oa, mode of aaeanai them?mfeiioitoue aad infer tile ouca?their obviation aad removal?netvooa de bility, ita oauaee aod oure, b> a proceeaat ouoe eo simple, aafe, and effeetual, that fhilure is impossible ?rulea for daily management?an eeaay on Sperma torrhoea, with practical observations on a safer and more sucoessftil mode of treatment?precautionary hints on the evil results from empirical praeuoe: to vhioh is added commentaries on the diseases of fe males?from infancy to old age?each case graphical ly illustrated by beautiful plates. It 'points out the remedies for those self-inflicted miseries and disap pointed hopes eo unfortunately prevalent in the Soung. It is a truthfnl adviser to the married, and lioee contemplating marriage. Its perusal la partic ularly recommendeu to persona eatertaiuing eeoret doubts of their pkysioal condition, and erho are ooe scious of having hazarded the health, happiaees aod privileges to which every human being is eatitled to. Price 25 oents per oopy, or five copies for <1, mail ed freo of postage to any part of tfie United States, by addressing Dr. LA CROIX, (post paid.) Albany, New York, encloaing 25 cents. N. B. Those who prefer may oonsult Doctor (LA CROIX .upon any of the diseasea upon wkieh his book treats, either personally or l>v mail. His medi cines often oare in the short spaoe of six days, and completely and entirely eradicate all traces of tboae disorders which copaiva and eubebs have so long been thought an antidote, to the rum of the health or the patient. His " Frenoh Secret" is the great eon tinental remedy for that class of disorders whtoh ua fortunate!y, physicians treat with mercury, to the irretrievable destruction to the patient's oonstitu tion. and which ail the sarsapanha in the world can not euro. ITT Office No. SI Maidea Lane, Albaay, N. Y. fob 14? ly _ _ _ T>I LES?PI LES?PI LES.?We will attention to A all who are afflicted with this <1r<adful eomplamt to the following sworn eertificate from ?*ne of our roost respectable citixens, the (ather-ia-iaw of the proprietor of toe "Courier des hiats Lais," and formerly gunmaker in Philadelphia: N?w York, Aug. Mtk, IMS. Dm. Dcp?t??Dear Sir: 1^hereby oertifjr that I have been afflicted with the Piles for nearly sixty Ftars, that I have used eighteen bottles ef Barnes's ile Lotion, aod everything else I could hear of, but all to do effect, for they did me little or ao good.? About two months sinee. 1 eommeaoed using your remedies for the Piles, and have the happineae to say that they have had the desired effect, having cured me. 1 consider this almost a miracle, for I am tighty years of age. I sinoerely recommend them to all af flicted with the above complaint. P. VALLEE,7S Franklin afreet. State of New York. I New l ork City and County. { I, Joseph C. I^awrence, do hereoy certify that on the day of the date hereof, before me personally came P. Vallee, te me well known, who. boing by me duly sworn, did depose and say that the oontents of the foregoing certificate signed by him are true. Id witness wuereof 1 have subeorihed my name.as Commissioner of Deeds and as a Notary Puhho of the State of New York, and have affixed ray Nota rial Seal, at my office m New York, this 36th day of August, ISM. JOSFPH C. LAWRENCE, Commissioner of Deeds'ami Notary Puhiie of the State of New York, OT Wall street, New York. Weohallenge the Medical Faculty of the United States to produoe a oertifioate equal to the above. Dr. Duprie's Remedies are the only effectual euro for External and Internal Piles. Only 90 oents per box. Office?76 Nassau street. New York. Will be seat by mail to any part of the United States. For sale by FORD A BRO., oorner of 11th street and Pa. avenue. Washincton. D. C. oc 23 LEVY'S BITTERS.?These Bitters are an mfclli ble cure for Dysentery and Chronic Diarrhea, want of Appetite, Ac. They have proved an effec tual ou re to all those who have been effeoted with the endetnic of the National Hotel. Iuvaiuable for summer complaints. No. 367 Pennsylvania avenue, apposite the Nation al Hotel. Wine. Liquors, Cigars, and fine Gocories. ap8-tr JONAS P. LEVY. C O UGH?COLDS?HOARSKNESS. DR. TYLER'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF GUN AkRABIC : The moat Pleasant, Safe and Speedy Care for Whoopinx Cough, Croup, Asttiuia, Dis eased Lungs and Consumption. Entered according to Act of Congress, A. D. 1337. In again presenting to the notiee of tbe public the al>ove remedy, we feel that little apology is needed. Vast numbers in all sections of the t'niou are obliged to have recourse to other sources of relief tliaa the immediate prescription of their family physician, and as each return of the winter season brings out a hoet of professedly new apecifioa, some good, others use less, and many decidodly dangerous, it becomes as much a matter of duty as interest, believing this to be a remedy, combining tlie greatest advantages, Witii the least otyectiona of any other in use. to make it aa extensively kuown as practicable. That such is its character, is abundantly proved liy the laot, that it has !>een extensively used the last twenty (ears with unparalleled success ; that its reputation as continued to spread and its sale increase, with little aid from advertising or published lists of eer tibcates, (which all know can as easily be had for a worthless preparation as lor a meritorious one, I that by its own mtrinsio merit, with the reoommeodaHoo of persons benefited by its use, it has gained 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 fonnd to afford relief where most 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 eye witnesses of its superior efficacy, as well as by thousands of our most respectable citizens, to most of whom referenoe is cheerfully permitted. Sold at 25 cents, or three bottles in one.SO oents. by NAIRN A PALMER, and CHASLES STOTT, Washington; CISSEL, Georgetown, and PEEL A STEVENS, Alexandria. Also. "TYLER'S GUM ARABIC COUGH CANDY DROPS," the same composition in a portable form, much patronised by public speakers, singers, frequenters of public asseml>Ues, Ac., as they remove all huskiness from the throat aod voioe, and act like a charm on a troublesome oough. Price \2% and 25 oents a hex. dee f-ly DR. DUPRIES'S REMEDIES are the only ef fectual cure for External or Internal Pilae.Salt Rheum, Ring Worm, Ao. They are unrivalled for purifying the blood. Si oents per box. Office, 76 Nassau street, New York. W ill be aentJrr mail. For sale by FORD A BRO., oorner of 11th St., and Pena. avenue. oo 28 THE PERUVIAN SYRUP having sueoesafully pnssed 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 qf the Blood, Boils, General Debility, and all Diseases tchick require a Tonic ana Alterative medicine is beyond question. The proofs of its efficacy are so numerous, so well authenticated, and of such peculiar character, that sufferers cannot reasonably hesitate to reeeive the protlered aid. The Peruvian Syrup doea not profess to be a curt ail, but its range is extensive, because many disea ses. apparently unlike, are intimately related, and, proceeding from one cause, may be cured by oue remedy. The olass of diseaaes for whieh the Syrup promt* see a cure, is precisely that which has so ofteu baf fled the lushest order of medical skill. The facts are tangible, the witnesses seoossib!e,arid the safety and efficacy of the Syrup incontrovertible. Those who may wish for an opinion from disinter ested persons respecting the character of the Syrup, cannot fail to be satisfied with the followii* among numerous testimonials, in the hands of the Afnlu. The signatures are those of gentlemen well known in the oommunity, and of the highest respeotabtiity. ? . CARD. The undersigned having experieneed the benefieiai effects of the Peruvian Syrup,do m t hesitate to recommend it to the attention of the public. From our own experience, as well as from the tes timony of others, whose intelligence and integrity are altogether unquestionable, we have nw doubt of its efficacy in oases of incipient Diseases of the Lungs and Bronchial Passages, Dyspepsia. Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Neuralgia. Ac. Indeed its ef fects would be incredible, but from the character of thoae who have witnessed them, and have volunteer ed their testimony, aa we do ours, to its restorative f. H. KEN DA SAMUEL MA . THOMAS C. AMORY. For sale by Z. D. OILMAN, Special Agent, 3S0 Pennsylvania avenue, and at the General Aceney, corner of I. and 8th streets. Navy Yard. reb 26 T1AVING COMPLETED OUR SPRING AND 11 Summer arrangements, we are now prepared to supply our numerous customers in Washington and Georgetown withalmoet every description of whole some SUMMER DRINKS, such as premium Min eral Watkrh, pure Crab Chlr. Champagsb Cipkr, Burton, Philadelphia,and XXX Palr Alks. all of very superior quality, unsurpassed*in flavor and richness ov any in the Union : XX P?rtrr, a prime article. For several of the above mentioned arinks we reoeived at the late Fair of the Metropolitaa Mechanics' Institute the highest awards of merit. We are also aceats for the sale of Turner Brothers Gixgkr Wi**.BtACR?XR?T Brandy,Sircfs, Ac., and Dr. Wheeler's Chrrrt Winr Bittkrs, all of which will be sold on the most accommodating terms. We have also for sale one superior CLOTHES MANGLE, in ,ood * ap S-lm Corner Green and Olive ate.. Georset'n. ANTELS, NEW AND BEAUTIFUL STYLE. manufactured from Slate Stone, br the West Caatle ton Slate Company, Vt. These Mantels are enamel TELI ' ROcaTELLa, , and other rare imitations are so perfect that t!)e? challenge the closest scrutiny. They are eo highly polished that they retain their beauty much longer than inarMe; are not injured by smoke, eoal gas, or acids, and can be sold much cheaper than any others in market. Pnoe ranging from ft 125 to <12. Architects; Builders, and others are invited to call and examine samples at No. 512 Seventh street,* doors below Odd Fellows' Hall, np stairs. sept 18?ly T. M.HANSON. At?t. WASHINGTON IN DOMKST1C LIFE, from Original Letters and Manuscripts, by Richard Rush. Pnoe #J, Just eubhebed.and for sale at TAYLOR A MAURY'S Bookstore, Mar Ml street. ?" ' ap 15 Flowi apt. J(^F.^y^bs^,Just issued Spring Flower N EW ROUTE TO TI1E 8OITHWE8T. ? MEMPHIS t CHARLESTON RAILROAD CiaiiMNf*. Tim., CAcrlsstew, s. C.; Seenn nak, Gm., aad all tk* Nartkemturn ului, wil4 Mempkit, Trmm. __ The taet connecting link of Railroad ImtWMu M EW YORK ANDTHK MISSISSIPPI RIVER. This road it now completed and opened for the rag - alar t ransportation of jWoftri aad F reight. Md Will afford more Expedition and Icm Expense than wry other route between the Northeast aad South wtit. Passenger* and Shipper* will take da* notice thereof, ami govern thetnselvee aeoordingly. Passenger Trains leave Stevenson daiiy at o dock, a. id., <alter the arrival of the tram* from Chattanooga and Naahville,)andarnveat Memphis same day at 7 p. m.. connecting with First riaa* Steam Packet* to New Orleaae. ami alt ether intpor - tant point* opon the Western Rivera.* Good* one ?lined to Railri?d A teat a at Charleston er Savan nah, will be forwarded to Memphis and other poiats, by Expresa Freight Traia*. Freight in charge of the Adam Express Com pany m earned over this roots daily by the Passet. far trains. F. C. ARM'* General Su Hl'XTSVILLI, (Ala.) April lit, ltS7. *Through Ticket* to Memphis, 4a, sold at Wil mington, N. C,; Charleston, 8. C.; Augusta. Savan nah. .Mscoo. Atlanta, and Columbus, (raj Montgom ery. Ala.; Chattanooga, and Nashville. Tenn. To connect with the Western Trains on this mad, passengers will take the nttkt trains from Wilming ton. N. C.; Augusta, Ga^ Chattanooga aad NanhetlTc. Teun.; and the day trains from Charleetoa and Kmgaville, S. C.: and Atlanta. Oa. a# 7-ti AILY LINE FOR EDWARDS* PERRY AND LEES BURG, Va., vie Cbeei 'Jb.o Canal.-The Paeket Boat* AR 00 and M. C. MEIGS, wdl commend making daily trips to the above putnls mora tag, the Boats will arrire at the Great Falls, or Washington Aqueduct, at loa. m., Seneca at Iflm., Edward*' Ferry at Sp. m., where a stage will bam readiness * * ' rsaainsee to convey passengers to Laaeburg, Va. Returaing, leave Edwards' Ferry every day al nine o dock in the morning, aad arriving in Georgetown at a u nee t. Through Tickets. ?1.75. Intermediate points as follows: Great Falls or Washiagtes Aqueduct. 3e eeats; Seneca, 75 aents; Kdwards' Ferry, ?l.lt; Leesburg. Virginia, including ooaeh. Srs-S nils' served oa the Boats at moderate pricea. mar25 W H. ft H. G. RITTFR. QRANGKAND A L E X A N DRIA R A1LR OA D. jggjjji y ws. OREAT SOUTHERN MAIL LINE. Alexandria at 7>* o'clock a. m. Washington at 7 o'clock p. m. " Alexandria at 8)6 o'clock p. m. Pare from Washington and Alexandria to Rich mond. ?5 5n. CZT'Omnihusesand Baggace Wagons will beat the Depot of the Washington Railroa?l. to convey Mi senger* and baggage to the Steamer GFO. PAGE, for Alexandria, a distance of six miles, allowing ample time far meals. mar Z7-tf J AMES A. EVANS. Agent. WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. Trains lee ve WASHINGTON for BALTIMOR E at 6 and 8)* a. m., and 3 and p. m. On Sunday, at 4S_P- m. Leave BALTIMORE for WASHINGTON at &and a. ui.. and 3 and 5J* P- m. Sunday st 4K a. m. Paasengers for Philadelphia and New York will take tnuns at 6, 8>?, and 4>%. For Annapolis will take train* at t)* and 4>*. For Norfolk will take trains at aS and 3. For the West will take trains at tiand 4>*. connect ing at the Washington Junction. jan 16-tf T. H. PARSON'S. Agent. I?OR ALL PARTS OF THE WEST. BALTIMORE ANl) OHIO RAILROAD. New asd InruovEL Atii^itsiNTs. Three Trains dsily from Baltimore for Cumber land. Wheeling, ai*l all parts of the West. 1st. The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN will leave J except Sunday) at 6.45 n.m., oonm-cting with trains rom Philadelphia, first train from Washington (ax Junction^?will stop at Way Stations, and arrive at Cumberland af 4 o'clock p. ni. 2d. .The MAIL TRAIN leaves Oamden Station daily (except Sunday) at 8JO a. ni- and reaches Wheeling by 4 a. m., connecting at Kenwood with train* for Columbus, Cincinnati. Da*ton. I ndisnn po ll*, Louisville, Cleveland. Tolec ?, Detriet, Chicago, St. I,oui*. Cairo, and intermediate poiats. 3d. The F,XPRF>S TRAIN leaves daily at 7_p. m., connecting with express trains (or Cincinnati, Nt. Ijouis, Cairo, Chicago.and intermediate places. The distance to Cincinnati and other contra! and toutbern places in the West, is nearly WD miles shorter than by any other route. The time to these places is also unequalled. ILy Baggage cnecked through to Columbus, Cir oumati, I muanapoli*. and St. Louis. yT Passengers and Baggage transferred at all *1^ ROUGH TICKKTS Will be sold to all the large towns in the West, at the lowest possible rales, st the Ticket Office, Camden Station, and at W ashing ton eitr. (Tr A ?eoond-clasa car is attached te the MAIL i Passengers from Baltimore or Washing toe may rt'rir the entire road by daylifkt, by taking Accom modation or Mail Train,and lying over at Cumber land or Oakland. They resume trie next morning by the Express Train, which leaves Cumberland at 2.so a. m., and readies Wheeling at 2 p. m. Passengers from Washington have ample time for meals at Washington Junction. This is the ody route by which Through Ttoketa and Baggage Chocks can be obtained in \N ashington. FOR WA T PASSENGERS. The Aooomroodation Train at 6.45 will stop at alt station* east of Cumberland,and the Express at sta tions between Piedmont, going West. Eastwards the Mail Traiu leaves Wheeluig at 7.15a. in.,and Ac commodation leaves CuinbOTiand at RJO, reaohmg Baltimore at 5.45 p. in. The FREDERICK TRAIN starts at 4 p.m., (ex cept Sunday) stopping at Way Stations. Leaves Frederiok at I a. in., arriving at Baltimore at UU? noon. The ELLICOTT'S MILL TRAIN leave* Cam ien Station at 6 a. ui.and 3.91 p. m. Leaves Elhoott'e fills at a. m. and 7Ju p. in..except Suislay s. S\. s. woodsTde, jan 16-tf Master of Transportatioa. The new vork and liver pool UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. The Skips compri??ag tkis Line are: The ATLANTIC Capt. Obver Eldndge The HA I.TIC Capt. Joseph ComMuok. The ADRIATIC Capt. James West. These ships having !>cen built by eoutraot expressly for Government service, every care has t>een taken in their construction, a* also in their engines, to in sure strength and speed, and their accommodation* for passenger* are unequalled for eleganoe and oom fort. Price of passage from New York to Liverpool, la hr*t caUn, $ I3U; in aecouddo., #75; exclusive use of extra pize state rooms, $375. From Liverpool to New \ ork, 20 and guinea*. An expenenced Sur geon attached to each ship. No berths can he secured until paid for. The ships of this !ine have ituprovsft water-tight bulk-heads, and to avoid danger frotr i urn will not cross the Banks north of 42 degree* uta after the let of August. PROPOSED DATES OF SAILING. rmov mbw ton. I raoM livskfool. Saturday, Jan. 3. 1357 , Wednesday, Jan. 7 .1857 Saturday, Jan. 17 1857 Wednesday, Jan.21 1897 Saturday, Jan. 31 1H57 Wednesday, Feb.4 1857 Saturday, Feb. 14 1357 Wediiesdav, Feb. 18 1857 Saturday, March 14.. 185? Wednesday, Mar. 4 1857 Saturday, April 11... .1857 | Wedneada*, April 1.1857 Saturday, May 9 1857 Wednesdai , April 29.1857 Saturday, May 23 1857 WednesdaV, May 27 ltf? Saturday, June 6 1857 Wednesday. June 1? 1857 Saturday, June ?? 18.97 WednesdaV. June24 1857 Satunlay, July 4 1857 Wednesday, July 8 1857 D.? a_ ??i? io i ? - - ? Saturday, July 18 1857 ! Wednesday. July ? lii For freight or passeee. *PP<y to EDWARD K. COLLINS, No. 56, Wall eueet, NBr)j\^N. SHIPLEY ft CO., I jveryool. STEPHEN KENNARD ft CO., No. W, Aua Friars. I/ondon. H. G. WAIN WRIGHT ft CO.. Pans. The owners of these ships will not be aoeountat.e for gold, silver, bullion, specie, lewvlry, precious stones or metals, uulese bills of lading are sigued therefor and the value thereof expressed therein, feb S |NTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITED. MONEY to LOAN on~slroCE SECURITIES CHUBB BROTHERS. BANKERS, Opposite tk* Treasury. THE HOUSE OF CHUBB BROTHERS, Washmgtoa. i* composed of <CHAS.St. J.CHI BB. JOHN p. BAR ROW, HENRY HOLM EB. BARROW ft COM Da vxnpobt, Iowa, _ _ aTevr^^aTiSio8*. jan 27?tf WM. H. DOUGAL. GIBB'S HAIR MANUFACTORY, PF.N'N'A AVKXt'g. BBTWXX!* ?TU AND 10TH St*.? WlgS, half Wigs, Braids, Curls, Bandeaus, Frixsed Roi era, ftc., always on hand, and made to order at a tsw hours notice. Ladies' Hair Dyed. Shampooed.ftc.. in the most oomnlete manner. All aorts of Toilet Article* from the oeat French and Eagjiah houses. No. SJft, Pa- avenue, up stairs, over Davis' Musw Store. R. B? llair work repaired or taken in exchange, b 11 am r^REAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF il BOOTS AND GAITERS. J have on commission, for a Phila- \ phia mannfaotnrer, a brat-rate i w Sewed or Pegged 6aLF SKIN BOOT at #a.7S. full as good as those w__1, ?._ uaualljr said at *5 or #6 ; aad a Franch Calf PA T ENTlLEATHER GAITER at ftsJO. as any at |i; a frat rate CALF GAITER these are the t*?t goods that is (or ever was) sold in the District for the price; for the proof, wau end '^RK HAT STORE, Seventh atrcet and Penu "??WP?*9 lor AfW.