Newspaper of Evening Star, April 24, 1857, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 24, 1857 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. T APOSTROPHES TO SATI RE. O Natnrr* thow art bountiful! The lapp of ?ee resf is full I p J thee Drimnt! That's sew ! F??r mj part. o Good is ?! I'm itrst full! I'm ia x tf f ! liu it, yon old provider! For all the \V a?it? of Man Kind! C 2 itt that u dont Hereafter Fail to Kennect! Foot in the Bizgist kind of . .. ? Licks! Shell ont Korn Likewise poratows! fiive us fit* on Turnips ! Let the Earth Re Juice! Lett the PEOPLE B Gladd 11 not GLADDER!! And sorr itk. .Lett the Shan* Hays B plenty Full Mul'iplr ('ht-nfionKi! Pros Per Ban Tfim* ! Go mn f'w Dorr Kings ! In Prove Poletrj Generally ! I'ar Ti?*k F I j?rl* Terriers! Give us aiel premiums! Kant I'? KH.; Now ! a*e of imagination nnd highlalutin. come, do accept this tribute of Harduptiveiies* hi I'veIs. | Peterzhmrg, Tn., South Sid* Dtiiivcrat. PRIMITIVE SIMPLH'ITY. An Old Jolt Yerijkfd nnd Divcrtijfd. BY BROWS. A maiden aunt wliose locks of snow Proclaimed tier youn*?some years ago? Reproved her niece, a damsel say, For dressing in the wanton wr?y lty which <?ur modern Kirls expose A vast deal more than eyes and nose ! ?? \VhT can't you kide what ought to be hid. And Jres* modest and plain as your grandmother did " D^ar aunt, so I do?as you may perceive. I dre?s in the nv?de of Grandmother? Er$ . The F.xeter Bank in New Hampshire lias failed. L r The lo?ks by the flre at Wheeling on Mon day afternoon, it is thought may reach #00,(J00. llr James W. Blount fell froin a third story window in New Orleans on the 13th. ami broke his neck. C.r Tlie Preilerlrk (Mil.) Examiner states tl at ?wo feet of snow fell on the Catoctin mountain ? n Monday. jjl"* Hon. Samuel Rexford. of F.liuira. N. Y., died a few days ago at tlie residence of his son in-law. at Lock Haven, Pa. Tlie Wheal crop in Washington co . Md ., is said i75*er to have looked p*?orer at this season of the year" than it n>w does ITT* On MoiJ'Iny. Rr*wrt Archiltald. a Scotch nun of liberal ednr*t ,and a printer by profes sion. was fonnd dead n.* the railroad track in North Andover. Kiini Was ^ks foe. JO" The Grand Trunk Railway, Canada, has accepted the proposition of Amoskcai: Com pany's Machine Shop. Manchester, N. H.. for ouilding twelve locomotives of the Urst class. rr a inong the exports from New York during the past week were ten printing pre***?s to Aus tralia. Several had previously been shipped by Messrs Hoe Co. to England and F raw-e C7r" The jurv to trv the alleged murderers of Dr Buidell. in New York, lias l?een competed. They were drawn from a panel of five hundred men. and the panel from one thousand names. Q7" The sales of lands by the Illinois Central Company since January last amount to ^1,3S0.iCT?. whicn is' al>out $40,000' larger than for the entire six months of last year. JET" In Cincinnati, a young man named Hoo ve-. of Vicksburg, Miss., has recovered $J.'210 fu??n the fceepcr <>f a gaining house, that sum hav ing heen lost at faro. ijy The cedar woods in the vicinity of Austin, Florida, were on tire la<t week. and a numlier of valuable mills and a large amount of tim>?er are said to have been destroyed. It is proposed to erect the Baltimore Pea body Institute somewhere near the centre of that city A meeting of the trustees is to be held to ilay to take the subject into consideration. Sale or L\*d?James. F. Jones, of I'pper Fauquier. ..old to Dr. J II. Blackmore. his farm, called Cheviot, lving under the spur of the Cob ler mountain, for the sum of fifteen thousand dol- , lars. Nrw York Si.*ye Tr\t>er? ?The brig Put- ] nam. the bark Clara B Williams, both be- i longing to New Y<*rk. at last dates from Havana, had l>een purchased by Spanish houses for the African slave trade C7- The consecration of Rev Win. Elder, D. D . Professor of Theology in Mount St Mvy'i College, near Kininitsburg. as the Bishop of Natchez, will take place In the Cathedral of Bal timore on the first Saturday in May. IZT The Johnstown (Pa.) Echo states that on the inorning of the 11?b Instant the f?as?encer>? on th?? express train, going west, were startle^ by the premature discharge of a revolver, in the p?>rket of a young man named David Shull. of Perry county". Pa., who wis on his wav to Iowa, i Three balls'were discharged, one of which took f eflect ia the abdomen of the young ana, making. ' probably, a fatal wound. Embarrassing He re a ft e its.?[So does the Home Jou'nal bead the following pair of para graphs ! J?Yeh. the Governor of Canton, is toface. at tne judgment day, tecntern thousand ptnom whom he has beheaded within the very short lime that be has held ottice. And a mother and four daughte-*, of Northampton. M i*sa< hnsetts. are to Ijc so ble^t as to meet, in Paradise, ser"ntf*n Imr. fui knsbanJs, whom tli'-y have married in this world ! ITT"In Buckstown, Pa., one day last wf*k. a lid named Wm Small, aged six vears. with hi* sifter, aged eight, ascended the stairs of their pa rents' residence ami made th?*ir wav to a room in which a loaded gun had l?een carelessly left; the boy took hold of the weapon, pointed it at his sister, and by some m*ans managed to discharge it The ball parsed through her heart, causing immediate death to the unfortunate little victim. ARRIVALS AT TIIE HOTELS. WILLARDS' HOTEL ?G Chall. NY: B J Dvsou. do; G P Lewis, Md. J C Manning. Pa; H A Gould. Ya; R Bolton. Va; S S Terry. NY; VV Miss Gordon, do; T Polkin. ly. do; G Floyer; W Emory. Iv. Pa: Miss Newton, do: J Hubard. I.a. J F Sale. d'?, H Br.K>ke. Rl: J s Bladen, NC; W B)sd?*n. do; A Turner. Del; Hon J Cadwalader. Pa; P MtCall. do; M Roberts. Cal; J H Dyer,NY; S France, do; T J Jenkins. NS, Miss; T Crossan.l'S.N; P Weelford. Ya; A Whelan.N Y; j W Eittin. ilo; L Wright. N J; J D Smith. NY; Dr i Smith, do: C Pouglas, ly. Mo; I, Fitch, ly, 2 dr?, 1 Conn; E Gregory, lv, dr, do: W Crocker, NY; C Taylor, Ya. R M Magraw, Md; N Barnuin; J A Higginp. Va; Dr Ewing, >Id; Mrs Deaver. Mo; N tiarr. lv. Kv; t? P Yeager. do; Miss Clorer. do; T Morris, NY; Dr Si. wart. Md: P Bibb. Kv; D T Wilmington, ly. child, NJ; J Ferguson, Md; A Vanclevc. NY! J K?*yton. do; Dr Parker, do; Hon J C??cbran. do; Mr Lathnu. do; R A King. ly.?lo; Hon A W Sherman, do; A MahafTv. do: Capt Golds??oro'igh. USN: Hon R Tyler. Pa: Dr Spen cer. do; G Lancaster. Iv, do; J H Richards, NY; C Bunt, Conn; Gen Whitney, Mass; C Toucy, do; S C Bems, do; W McMaste.:, NY; E Ru.swell. do; 11 Russell, do: T J Mehaff^y, Ya. BROWNS' HOTEL.?J H Bang?, Iowa; Mrs Dr Stuart, Va; Tlioe B'anrh and ladv, do; Jas 11 Cooper, do; Jno Beckwith, Md; J Perry. Pa; W Hog eman do; H O Middleton. Ya. J Maclbaw, NB J J Wright. do; ?i II Hare. CSN; Mrs G 11 H^re. Pa; W S MeGowran, Mass; Mrs Rogers: J S Hedges; W B Reynolds, NY: F Lynn. Pa; W Medill. O; J F. Pa^'e. Va; W 0 Flagg. NY; W F Chandler. Va; Geo Brent; Md; J W Clineton. jr. NC; J J Crud. SC; B Herri son. Md; S Will son and family, do; A D Hills and family, do; S Simpson, do;"O K Brown. NY; D Hall. Na, A A Steele, do; N I, Arna'.l. do; MrsG Bryan. NJ. H Bryan, jr. do: I. s Al<^sly and lailv. Ya; Miss; I? SI.1W .?? *' ?? ? ... mini Wal Jo j ti Walter. Ga; C FepDMM* ly. Md: ' RaV|,e do; J R Magruder. do; Mis* Rei R'T.V KIK'I Md: f ce?4j IW: c >. - - - i/ri; Fraser. NY; A S Aliell. Mil; W N Falls, do: W Black. Pa; L N Wyaut, NY; C Boomer, do; KG Harper, do; G Freaner, Col; J Oreen. DC; H \ Boadshaw. Va; J Fisher, do; B 11 Bev.-y, do; XV W F Dlisndeler, do. 1'NITED STATES HOTEL. ? C Fairfax. L'exaa; W Thompson, ilo O Williams, (>; \V I, Brent. Md; It W Wood,Mich: J P Martin. O: F C Bishop. Ct: II C Manning, MT: W 11 Clarke, J W Mason. Ya: B W Davis. DC; II C Bingham. Va; Mrs Van I^w, do; Miss C'arrington. do; J N Van Lew. do. MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. I Finn THE I'MtTED ST41TES. Soflmoi*. Fur. Dfljrt. Glasgow. New Yo k..Glasgow. ...Apl. 25 i Arabia. New Yo.k,.l<iverpool ...Apl. 29 City Washing'nNew Yark .Liverpool ...Api-?T? i Ebinburg New S'ork Glasgow ... .May 2 | Fulton ..New York..Havre May 2 America Liverpool...May * Ericiwon New York..Liverpool ...May 9 Africa NeW y0 k..Liverp<H?| ...May 13 No th Star New Yo:k..Bremen .....May I" Laopold New Yo.k..Antwerp....May From Europe. America Llverpo. d... Boston.., ? ...Apt II j^ft icft* ? ? ? ? ?? ? ? ? ? ? ? NVw V ork.. A|il, I HI Hermann. Southa'pton New York..Apl.22 Indian .Liverpool. .IJuebec Apl. 22 The California Mall*leam?r? leave New Yerk Miscellaneous. T? AL,'wT/?^,xe their sight. JOHN TOBIAS, PRACTICAL OPTltlAX. wiahe? tu mil "tlie attention of all that*-' buot with defective unlit, caused by a?a. "??? ness, and particularly frwm glasses ?5 lected, to his superior 8PECTAClJiS??d ?kAfa fcS carefully ground by hiiuacl f to a 'ru".*P''? aocuracy, and brilliaut transparency. ly and beneficially to the wearer. a^rdiag to the ?unoavitv or convexity of the eye. V?rjr 1nameroui? are the ill electa caused to the L,?2g" sight from the coinme'^^raeiit or ui ^ ^ not bein* precisely suited, by the use ol ^ U^o?/ir Itr; and the praetioeof ere* and inch inoacure the focal disease of the eyes, anu nco thiS are absolutely retired will be furiu.h ^j7ytf\FTOBIAS*acknowledgea the very literal encouragement already obtained, and further aoiicita the patronage of those who have not yat availed themselves of his aid. Persons that cannot conveniently mllt by sending fhe glasses in use. and state how tnany inches they r*n read this print with their spectacles, can l*e sup plied with such a? will improve their sight. Innumerable testimonials to be seen ; and referen ces given to manj who have derived the greatest ?ase and comfort from his glasses. Circulars to be had gratis, at his office. No. 512 Seventh street, three doors from Odd Fellows' Hall, upstairs. ^ ^ ~ Norfolk, September 7. 1854. Sir: The Spectacles you mado for me suit very well, and seeru to have unproved iny sight mora than any other I have lately tried. L1TT. W. TAZEWELL. I have tried a pair of Spectacles obtained from Mr. Tobias, nud hnd them of great assistance to my sight, fnd corresponding with his description of the focus. reaotnmoud him as a skilful optician. HENRY A. WI3E. Saving bean induced by a friend to visit the estab ment of Mr. Tobias for the purpose of trying his glasses, 1 was furnished by bun with a pair slightly colored blue, which hare afforded me more relief and gratification than any 1 have ever tried. My sight, originally rerv good, was injured by writ ing and reading at night, frequently to a very late hour; but with the aid of these glasses I can study almost as late as over, and that too without the pain 1 have previously 6 u lie red. JOHN WILSON, I Ate Commissioner Gen'l Land Onice. Pee. 11, lu&x have used Mr. Tobias's Speotades for three or four months, and take great pleasure iu Kay ing that I am much pleased with them. I have l?>en much benefited by them. GEO. P. SCARBURGH. May 5th, 1856. I was recommended to Mr. John Tobias as a skil ful optician ; snd as I have eyes of remarkable pecu liarity, 1 was gratified to find that Mr. Tobiaa seem ed to comprehend them by inspection and some slight measurement, ami he has' made me a pair of Specta cles that suits ino admirably. A. P. BUTLER. July 11, 1856. Wilmington. N. C., Jan. 17,1*54. Mr. J. Tobias. Dear Sir: I am happy to say that the Spectacles whieh I obtained froin you last wi?"k are entirely satisfactory. From an inequality 111 the visual range of my ejes, I have heretofore fooud great difficulty in getting glasses of t e proper ftwal distance. Itnti'ords me pleasure to state the aid of your optometer, this difficulty has been happi ly obviated, so that the glasses you furnished niearo decidedly the best adapted to my eyes of any 1 liar* ever yet used. Very respectfully, yours, R. B. DRANE, Rector of St. James's Parish. Department of Interior, May 8,185R. From natural defects and the unequal range of my eyes, 1 have been compelled to use glasses for seve ral \ears. I have tried different opticians without obtaining glassei o?*rffet!y fitted to my eyes. Fotir months since Mr. Tobias made two pairs especially forme, which I have found to serve mo perfectly. By the use of his optometer he is enabled to adapt glasses most minutely to the??ye. I most cheerfully recommend Mr. Tobias to all having occasion to use glasses, and bear iny testimony as to his skill as an optician. HENRY E. BALDWIN, Ass't Sec'y to sign Land Warrants. P. S. OPERA GLASSES of great varietv.TEL ESCOPESand MICROSCOPES, WATCH MA KER GLASSES, and many other articles in this line at very low prices constantly on hand. jy 18?It TASHINGTON AQUEDUCT. >Y Office of the Washington Aqtedcct.f 1 ArtiuxGTo.N, March 5. 1857. 1 thi \v^OSi /0'1V' I ,or and \Vork for the Washington Aqueduot. *"r* ior JLftruuto?.*"' "" "r1?' ?protwtlMw of material. ??i i ? ready for examination at this office on and after the 3th April next. r T,' . to 1,6 let Wl" ?inbrace Masonry of somn of the Bridees. (iraduation. Excavation, and ' R***r?ir*. Iron Pipes connect?l with Hnek^ j1 ,lr',n Gate Houses, Bneks. Sand. RubWe, and Cut Stone. Ac. r or the particular works and materials reference i* made to the specifications and plans re,?"?noe As upon a portion of the line the titles are not yet Matured by tn? I ntted States, there mav lie some delay in o.iminenein? the work thereon; but for" u^h 1, mi "'r rtTn "'"W"";6 wl" <??> tBMtfa^bSafassfc for unfinished work wilfbe subject to futiire annro priations by Congress. The Engineerrese7ve!^rh? right to pre?cnl*? the amount of work toHonean<i I progress under each contract for each appro oiifLV ?' an,',,n cn"?,,f the appropriation not holding ?umoi?ntly, to HpckIa wlipn hu<i orm, v , # t* fttnppori until fun'ifl become available. ?F In case of the entire stoppage of any particular *'m ,'or W|*ntf the reserved ten per cent P i' ' ,f", Ju,htment of ttie engineer, the" PavmV.,?Tw P,r|'Peri> ."wuted so fnras ft has gotle raymenta will be made in apecio checks upon tiie ofnttf ?tate" Tr"*"ur> - upon the mont?ily asnniat^s of the Engineer, reserving ten per cent - and it will fc laid?' co'1,"at the *oVkinen shall aW , I t. fu.' in;?nthl>. and in specie. All bids should be sealed and endorsed Proposala r7?ri< ",r Washington AquX" " TMe.,L ni'??J reserve* the right to reject ai * *e# ? if i i'' " 'i" "ot lie deemed advanta geo is. and lo make such arrangornents as )m work IUO,t ??nduclve ,u the progress of the Every offer must beaecompmied bv a writtenKiinr th^'I""' ?,r ,norp responsible person? to h ii r ur they u"dertake that the bidder or bidders will, if his or their lad be accepted, ome? into an obligation, within ten days. withioHUsm sponsible securities, for the ooinpletion of the w<*-V undertaken ; said guarantee to I>eaccompanied bv tli? e?rt,ficate of tho r?!te,| states.1 istrVcl judge, Un,tid offi (d-^ri ^,0rne>' Wt. ?f sonic "b15". wfirM"""J1" :ii?" ?'i'?S?e?? ? . M. C. MEHiS. captain of hngineers, in charge. _ , FORM OF GI'ARANTKK To i apt. M. C. Mkk.s. |t. s. Enxineer. w e, the undersigned, resident* of . ,n ?hn ^iTTT?1- e ,?> . jointly und severally, cove ruint with the I nit^J States, anci Eimr^intA?% m r?a?o the foregoing hid of arc*. ?t?d flm |W'iWl",,n '7' 'hv* "'">r ' acceptance of the said bid, execute tfie contract for the same, with ?<kw1 and suthcient sureties to perform or furnish thearti cles proved in conformity to t he tern.^ of theadTe/" tisenient urnler which it was made. And in case the aaid shall fail to enter into contrac"aTafor? said, we guarantee to make good the d.fferenoa \?~ IS;."'* b> '<>?> "?iJ ? ..Hi tASSuSrSi (Signed,) A. B. I hereby certify that, to the beat of my kno^lit;. sufficient 'e 9*unrauto? are go,Ki and (Signal,> .. p mar 7-codt7Mv A lawtf r* tn ,h" oon.fort and oooveai :k^i.m tiw Ul7 3,'? l,v 1? 16 Breakfast Cloths 10-4 r.y 10-4 to 11.-4 by 10-16 double I>amaak Dinner Irish manufacture dinner, ala^e0 f,,r overlays, to match the . 1 n ,,HW' "f rurniture. and a of "",e ?,,d R...... n . TOILET UOOD8. Kussia, Barnsley, Scotch, and Irish 13-4, 12-4 ll-t cents Ien ?ome as low a? 152^ AU l*ins" hni1 qu,i:aie? Bolster-case An m.mense variety of Toilet Toweling, for all pur Elegant Marseilles. Turkish. Dimitv I a.^Allenda'e Toilet guilts, in l4-4dowH^ 9-^ Cribawl Toilet Covers to match ".TtSTSi'*oVefr h2d?eitA'a* nel8 or fU-niu *'",e p,nk a'"1 wh,te Uol?neta, for Bed English ami French furnitnre Chintzes summer d? lW,Uwl K,,Ke?? Gripes, for A?|V?ri"f*/or Ch*!r?. Divans. Sofas, Ac. Ail colors Cotton Damisks for ditto. nevL.r before U-cu .m?m H "t,)1fV'f v,"eh h,lv? time. - 'n this city before the present andr^>a^drp"r8 ?f Wfl8h' ly iu\ ittxl to our stock ' environs is particular . - ,? ^I^AGETT. DODHON A CO JOHN ALEXANDKR, ? X? J""' refivoj ati a VENtra and VELVET WINdo^'SH aTw"1""1 of GILT rich designs. * 'ADES, of new and rrR-r\i.x^Vn/f1 cor\^o?S mini in vy eVP h aale at a liberal ducouut, by e" ^ "t**, for - JW a>-Tu A F2fn R-MogR E< ? O W. W. HACKNEY. w . VT~*' HACKNEY A DAYTON,' ' " r ,K.AL~S'?JAT's AJ,D G**EaAt Land Aoinct febl4-TuF4,n Omaha Ciiv'jv. +. STANDARD. SCHOOL, AND MISCEELA ,.t2HVUM 1 i'otter' Nolf. Gold-edge, Fine. AlK/f911SD90uB. OVER LAN DMAILT ROl'Tfc IX) ~ CALIFORNIA. Tost OrKicE 1)kpabtmkxt. April 2n, iaj7. An Act of Congress, approved 3d March. Ito7. mak ing appropriations for the service wf the Post Office Department for the fiscal j?ir ending Wth June. I85H. provides: " Sec. I". That the Postmaster General be and he is hereby authorized to contract for the conveyance of the entire letter mail from such point on the Mis sissippi river as the contractors way select to San r rancisco, in the State of California, for six >ears. 11? cost no* exceeding three hundred thousand uoliars per annum for semi-menthly, four hundred | 5"" thousand dollars for weekly, or six hun dred thousand dollars for semi-weekly service, to l>? performed semi-monthly, weekly, or semi-weekly, at the option of the Postmaster General. "Sec. II. That the contract shall require the ser vice to be performed with good four-horse coaches or spring wagons, suitable for the conveyance of pas sengers as well as the safety and security ol tho mails, " Sec. 12. That the contractor shall have the right of pre-emption to three hundred and twenty acres of any land not then disposed of or reserved, at each point necessary lor a stntion, not to be nearer than ten miles from each other; and provided that no mineral land shall l?e thus pre-empted. " Sec. 13. That the said service shall be performed within twenty-live day s for each trip; ana that, l*> fore entering into such contract, the Postmaster General shnli bo satisfied of the ability and disposi tion ofthe parties, bona fide and in good faith, to per forin the said contract, and shall require rood and sufficient securitj for the performance of tne same, tho service to commcnce within twelve months after the signing of the contract." Proposals will accordingly be received at the Con tract OtTioe of the Post Office Department, until 3 p. m. of the 1st day of June. 1857. for convoying mat'* under the provisions of theabove act. Besides tho starting point on tho Mississippi river, bidder* will name the intermediate points proposed to bo embraced in tho route and otherwise designate its course as nearly as practicable. Separate proposals arc invited for ttmi-monlhly wrfAc/y, and semi-tcetkly trips each way. The decision upon the proposals tiffered will l>o made alter th? Postmaster General shall he satisfied or the ability and disposition of the parties in good laitu to perlorm the contraci. A guarantee is to be executed, with good and suf ficientauretleg, that the contract shall b? executed with like good security, whenevor the contractor or contractors shall be required to do so by the Post master General, and tho service must commence within twelve mouths aftcrthodateol such contract. Form of Proposal. '? ? of . county of , State of , propose to convey the entire letter mail, for tho term of six years, from the date specified in tho contract for commencing service, from , on the Mississippi river, by , to San Francisco, California, agreeably to the advertisement o| the Postmaster General of the 2Cth April, 1PJ7, in cood four-horse coaches or spring wagons, suitable for the convejauco of pns sengers, as well as the safety and security of the mails, semi-monthly. each way. for the annual snin ot do lars ; treek-ly, each way. for the annual sum of?dollars; semi-weekly, each w;iy,for the an nual sum of dollars. I**1?*!* r ?? (Signed.) , Form of < i ua ran tee. The undersigned, residing at , State of , un dertake that, if the foregoing bid for carryine the 'nail on the route from , on the Mississippi river, to San I* rancisco, California, be ncceptod bv tho I ostmaster General, the bidder shall, when required It* the I ostmaster General, enter into the necessary obligation to perform the service proposed, with good and sufficient sureties. r Th tee do understanding distinctly theobliga tion and liabilities assumed by guarantors under teetion of the act of I ongrcss of July 2, Uatod. (Signed by two guarantors.) , Form of Certificate. ihe undersigned, postmastir of , State of .certifies, under his oath of (\fire, that lie is acquainted with the alw>vo guarantors, and knows them to be men ol property, Jind able to make good their euarantce, Dated- (Signed.) _ . . INSTR I'CTIONS. Containing conditions tu be incorporated in the contracts to the extent the Department may . deem proper. i. Ao pay will l>e made for trips not performed; anil lor each of such omissions not satisfactorily ex plained three tunes the pay ofthe trip may l?o de ducted. Deductions wilfafso be ordered for a grade ol performance inferior to that specified in the con tact. F or repeated delinquencies of the kind herfin . pecihed, enlarged penalties, proportioned to the un made " lo ""portance "I th* mail, may bo .ji i" "riloavlfn.l '^bind or throwing off tho mails, or any portion of them, for the admission ot passencers. *'"* ?" setting up or ruuiimg an ex press conve> ing intelligence in advauco of the inaii, 3"?r * P"} may be deducted. nr,.'r.L?V5,,-Wi imposed. unless the delinquency be promptly and satislactonly explained by certificates ol postmasters or the affidavits of other credible persons, for failing to arrive in contract time ; for neglecting to take the mail from or delivering it into ?,fi#?i i ; *iulfering it (owing either totheun hlifi. ? ?^, "if P'nce ?,r manner of carrying it) to retnsi.LII?i>re< I roW?cd, or lost; and for nnpn, o demand, to convey the mail as fre the contractor runs or is concerned in r"nning a roaPfi on the route. r..t'ro^ie^>ti"rn!a*ler ^*enwrnl ">*> annul the contract .7 flM,ur*" run agreeably to contract; for violating the post oihcn laws, or disobeying thein charena'^Vr, Department; for refusing to <l,s cnar*o a earner when required by the Department to r'fhl trn.!,K,*I',nK !?"* contract without theassent 0 the Postmaster (.eneral; for rnnnimr on ex press ?? aiwresatd; or lor transporting p-rsom. or paekunss eoiivoyiiic mailable matter out of the mail. ?r wul?!!!.rf?lre<l th" ?"d h?lir ?.??!.!i.r!l<thp Ruarantee required by law. cannot be rrr ln competition a rogular proposal reasonable in amount. fi. The route, the service, the yearly pay. the name ami residence of the bidder, (that is. his usual p..?r office address.) and those of each member ofthe firm where a company offers, should be distinctly stated. 7. Alterwl bills should not be submitted; nor should bids one.! submitted I* withdrawn. 8. r.ach bi<| must Ik- guarantied by two or more re ,Per,ionr -tisfcrtory to'the Postmaster general, (.eneral guarantees cannot l?e admitted >."?""'toe should bo s<*n<d plainly with' the l ull name of each person. 1 *|' V'? Department reserves the right to reject any hil.^ r'r P,rir d"ome<l extravasanl, and also th^ in -r?i i C,)n^nw%^?rii and hi'Mern. t'!; ? i f1"1""11,'1 ?o?b'd; sup^rsoribed "Mail .?d ,?M,ri,veir.n,"i nUt" ra!ir'rM"'" address trifct Olfice. A"*lstant General," Con H. A modification of a bid in any of its essential terms is tantamount to a new bid, and cannot be re ifteTtl'JuV. V ,n,erCefe Wl,h a tegular competition, after the la#t hour set for receiving bids. ?8,m*?terB aro tw careful not to cartiTy the suiticKney ol gusranto'rs as sureties without know Ln,l iif i m V "re P-rs,",!< "f sufficient responsibility; u K"ara"t<ir8, and sureties a re distinct U nonhe.l lhut, on a failure to enter into or perform cented"l.uU h ,r V 8elrv,,c? for in the ae agamst them. ?a lu,,,,',t,e8 *?? enforced 10. Present contractors, and pers?.ns known at tho Department must, equally with others, procure guar ? ? '?'?.'?tificatos of their sufficiency sub?tan of !? * l"r""> r rH'? Prescrifje<l. The certificate* ?>I sulli< i.-i)e> must l.e siKue< by a postmaster or l.y n^ndge of a court of record. ?nuasier, or guarantors, sureties. &c. in <urccte<l to tiio luLowirig in ws, viz : eam?'r? ^ct of March 3, 13^5. requiring contractors, cnrrier?, a v. to nworn. tn nT.-V: "' M-ireh J, 1^5, in relation to failure to enter into contract. a'7 ?? Ji"'7 'a",'ln''ilities ?>f guarantors. f?*iii,.? ^ ?? ? ' authorizing bids of IMiliri^ contractors to (?p rpj^ct^l nntm;?l^nll^iofri,,,,y ln relation tooombi nation* amongst biddfTs. Crmitrel[?J\i!r Prnv'''"s that no meml>"rof Congress can be a contractor. nos^V;/"^ ,of March 3. I?25. prov.dea thai no p>stmater. assistant postmaster, or ei-rk 111 a post office shall le* a contractor. P IH2,5, provides that no other ^nttheTiilf. nUl'e P,"r,,0n "fi?" he employed in ?JWT.T.h? General will reserve to him im:rHnnl,Hing auv contract made under the o^ant ?,'( hoiiever he shall discover that the name P*rt of it, is offered forsaloin the market for ^r.cP;'rr/r''f fl^c'dation.andhe will, m no case. ?^?i ransfer of tho same, in whole or in part, ?.r, "Ub-contractor, lens qunlified. in ? ?P l, oll> than the original oontractor, to ivirry the same into successful operation. -D on AARON V. ItROWN, ap 20 3?a? tut June Postmaster General. ITMTED STATES PATENT OFFICE of Jull latn ff m* 1Vrr>'' on the 12th day . Lil-V, r43' for"'1 improvement in" cast iron pave ruents, for sevun years from the expiration of said fiOT*" takes place on the 12th day of July, piten^nrfi1^' ?hat the said petition l>e heard at the ic 'J V ' ' ?". the 25?h of June next, at if I 'i1/ '' and all persons are notified to appear sriho,;; ""?> forth in w ritiug, at least twenty days Ketbre the <lav of hearing ; all testimony filed by mther party to be used at tho said hearing must l>e takeuand transniit ted in accordance with the rules of the Office which will be luriiished on applioat.on. * C" I he testimony in the caso wiirbeclosed on tho !?>th of June; depositions ami other papers relied upon as testimony must Ik.' tiM i? the oftco on or ,Xe *> Onlprwl. RU(?t that thin noticd Ik) Diiblishoil in thr? Nationa! /ntedi^ncer, Imon. nislWr.' ton, D. (... Republican,, M,|.: Pomisyl vanian, Philadelphia, Pa.; Daily NeWs New Vwk N. S ., anil Pout, Boston, Mass.; once a week for ''r7 Huceeasiveweek., previous to tho2uth of June next, tho day of hearing. ^'IUHe CHARLES MASON, P. S.?Editors of the .fi^^^irfl^'py oontat!!!nL'Vhf ? l? tb# 1>atent ?fficc. ? paper containing this notice. ?p 9-lawa? JJSITKD STATES MAIL. ALABAMA. ^0,^m9Ff,CE D*P\RTM?XT, I W ashington. March SI. 1857. < ??.? ,f".r !*?nv,>ying the mails of the United States from 1st July, UWT, to Wh June, law, on the loHowiiiz route in the State of ALABAMA, in the time and manner herein specified, will )>e reeeiyed at the Contract Ofhoe of this Department until 3 p. ni . VifJ" L'"ne 5fXt* l.? ,>c ^pcMli-d on tho n..xt di?y : 7104-1- rmn TusoaJoosa, by \orthport, Sipsey Turn pike, Gordo. Reform.and Autioch,toColum Imis, Mississippi, sixty-three miles and back. three times a week?with due oelerity, oer tainty^and security. ' Frid.. -!<Si00#a Wednesday and r i-msy, at a. in.; 19?'yinhy," "a,n* dav? hr '1 p. ro.; ?mi2y^ M Tuesday, Thursday and 9at FoAormt ^rT,"*?*1"?"* wun? d*y" 15 P- "l also inntniriulf?!9.0?1*' ir??rantee. simI oortihcate. tho oontraot, see ?""'>meed m Pamphlet iVISWSf ? w mo principal post offices. ?p 3-I?wiw : \ Insurance, Ac. Washington insurance company. CHARTERED BY CONGRESS. CAHTAL #200,000!!! CII AN DISK, Ac., at the usual City rates, w ithout any charge for Policy, at tl^ir Omw, corner of Tenth Street and Pennsrlvania Avenue, over the Washington City Savings Bank. Diuctom. Win. F. Bayly, Samuel Bacon, Robert Faruham, . James F. Haltday, Win. Orme, Iludaon Taylor, {'rancis Mohun, M. W. (jalt. Jenj. Beall. JaME8 C. MoGUIRE, President. G. D. Han*on, Secretary. ap ll-ly T\JORTHWESTE R N INSURANCE CO.Ml'A 1^ NY. Homh Orncs, Oswego Citt, N.V. J. T. STEVENS. Agent, No. 517 Seventh street, (over Suter, Lea a Co.'s Bank,) Washington, D. C. The Northwestern has a place anions the very best insurance companies in the l.'iuled states. In corporated in the year 1832, it has since then contin ued to do a constantly increasing business, until it stands, in tho Comptroller's Report of Insurance ! Companies in the State of New York for the curreut year, second only in amount of business, solvency, and capital ui that State. Its reliability during the financial revulsions of the past twenty-live years has t>een fully tested and sustained. Within ths limits of the State of New York no other reoonunendation would lie nnoessary tlian the

Report of the State Comptroller for 1857, which can be seen at the office 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 solvenoy for Hie fu ture. ap 13-d2w PROTECTION AND INDEMNITY FROM LOSS AND DAMAGK I*Y FIRE, THE PERILS OFTHE SEA. AND ISLAND TR ANSPURTATIO N. FARMERS AND MECHANICS* INSURANCE COMPANY* OF PHILADELPHIA. Fire, Marine, and Inland Insurance. Authorized Capital $1,299,000!!! OrricK, Northwest corner or Prnrsyltania A TKNUK AND 17TH STRKET, WASHINGTON. DIRECTORS. Hon. Thos. B. Floronoo, Charles Dingee, George H.Armstrong, Thomas Manderfield. Charles A. Kubicain, Edwafid R. llelmbold, George llelml>old, 1*. Carroll Brewster, James E. .\call, Isaac Leeoh, Jr. THOMAS B. FLORENCE, President. EDWARD R. HELM BOLD, Secretary. LOCAL SURVEYORS. Charles Walter, No. 397 D stroet, opposite City ; Hall. John M. Thornton, corner 1st street and Virginia i avenue, Island. James Williams, No. 22 street. John Ricgles, No. 501 13th street, below Pennsyl vania avenue. MARINE SURVEYOR. Captain J. P. Levy, No. 367 Penns) I vania avenue, opposite National Hotel. GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT. John Tbomnson. Authorized Capital and Assets $1,473,057 07 Assets $523,037 07 Invested in Bonds, Mortgages, and Good Securities. The following statement exhibits tho business and condition of the Company to November I, 1856: Premium received on marine and inland risks to No vem'iKjr 1, Iftj6 ?214.?ai ?> i Fire premium 17H,7T*6 61 ' Interest on loan 8.7M 47 j Total receipts ?400,185 68 ; Paid marine losses ?64,427 i Paid tire losses .. 39,737 39 Expenses, salaries,and commis sions . 45,489 00 Reinsurance, return premiums, and agency charges 27,474 68 ?177,128 61 Balance regaining with the Company ?2^3,057 07 The Assets of the Company are as follows : Philadelphia city and county bonds ?16,848 18 Railroad Ix nds 11,000 00 I First uiortgKges, real estate 143,V*i on j Stocks, coUatcrals, on call 3?,4t?i oo i Girard and consolidation bank stock 5,L25 00 I Deposited with Duncan, Sherman A Co., 1 New York 30,000 0? I Deterred payment on stock not yet dne 97,700 00 ! Notes for marine premiums 1<1R,"80 5? Due from agents, secured by lionds 35,376 18 I Premiums on policies recently issued, and debts due the company - 26.470 38 Balance in bcuik 16,456 74 ?523,067 07 The business of this Company will compare favor : ably with the most successful similar institutions in i the United States. From the 1st day of August. 1*55, in fifteen months, up to the 1st da> of November, I35H, the premiums and interest received amounted to the large sum of 1 four hundred thousand one hundred and eighty-five dollars and sixty-eight cents, vrith the payment of i losses ami expenses of oue hundred and sevonty > seven thousand one hundred and twenty-eight dol lars nnd sixty-one cents. I With these evidences of success and good man ' aeeineut, the Directors feel justified in soliciting a i share of public patronage, believing that the security ! offered is ample, and tnat all fair claims will lie ad ? justed more according to equity than legal technical j ities. The Company ia prepared to issue policies against loss or damage by tire on D WELL INGS, FURNITUR E.MILLS, MAN UFACTORIES. WAREHOUSES, All descriptions ??f BUI 1.D1 N liSand their contents; or all kinds of MERCHANDISE, transported by ' Vessel*.Steamboats, Canal Boats. Railroads. , and the usual conveyances to or from any portion of | EUROPE AMt AMERICA. i and on the hulls of STEAM BOATS navigating the Western Waters. The rates of premium will be as low as other com panies, and in fixing thom everv improvement in construction and arrangement will be t;iken into con sideration. All losses speedily adjusted and promptly paid. Office, northwest corner Pennsylvania avenue and 17th street, Washington City, D. C. Insurance may also be ejected at the Home Office, northwest comer Walnut and Second streets, Philndelvh in. And mother principal cities of the United States bv authorized officers of the Company. ap 3 RANKING HOUSE OF ?3 CHUBB BROTHERS. Deposits.?Deposits received and Checks paid without charge. Drafts on the eorthem seaboard cities received on Deposit at par, and Exchange < u said Cities furnished to depositors without charge. Interest or Deposits.?I nterest will l?e allowed on Deposits at sueh rates as may be agreed upon. Dki-ohits in Virginia and Intrrknt Money. Deposits in Virginia and other Uncurrent Money re ceived to b? checked for, payable in same funds, or in specie, we charging the regular Exchange. Discounts.?Notes. Drafts,and Bills of Exohange will l>ediscounted.and Loans made on Stocks, Bonds, and Securities, at the market rate. Letters of Credit.?Letters of Credit will be furnished, negotiable in the different Cities of the United States, on Deposit of Money or Collaterals, and interest allowed if Money is deposited, and charged if Collaterals, on such terms as iuay be agreed upon. Traveling Bills or Exchange.?Travelers will be furnished with drafts in such sums as mat be de sired negotiable in the different Cities of tho Union. Bills and Lkttkrsof Chebiton England, I re land and EuRors.?Bills of Exchange and Letters of Credit on F.ngland, Ireland and Europe, furnished at the market rate for Exchange, in sums to suit. Bonus, Stocks. Ac.?Bonds, Stocks, and Securi ties pay ing from 6 to 12 pr. cent., always for sale, or bought in the different Cities at a commission of a U pr. oent. Where Stocks are bought upon orders, we reserve the right to call lor a dep<wit of 10 pr. cent on the cost. BoDds or Stocks will be ordered by tele graph. Kailroab, City, and State Bonds.?Railroad, City, and State Bonds can l>e placed in our hands for negotiation, either iii this country or F.urope. Rail road Iron purchased for cash or with Bonds. Land Warrant*.?I^and Warrants bought at the market rates. All Wanants sold by us are guaran tied in ever* respect. Land Warrants located on commission. Land Warrant quotations regularly furnished if re quested. Warrants will bo forwarded to Western Houses on orders, or sent for sale on commission to responsible parties. Real Estate and Insfrances.? Real Estate bought and sold, and Insurances effected. Claims on United States, Court or Claims, Congress.?Claims on the United States, before the Court of Claims or Congress, intrusted to us, will l>e prosecuted by prompt and able attorneys. CHUBB BROTHERS, jan 27 Opposite the Treasury. Ch,na. ?us W ffiSoffco,, Importers direct from Liverpool to AlAan-' ilria, beg leave to call the atteution of dealers,, hotel-keepers, and others of Washington and Geor^otown, to their stocks of GOO D S_, Importers direct from Liverpool to Alefcan- inH drui, beg leave to call tlieatteutionof dealers. hot el-keepers, and others of Washington aiid ivoraoly with any establishment in the Eastern cities. The connexion of their senior partner with the manufacturers of Europe and the I nited States for upwards ol thirty years, has given him advantages in the purchase of goods equal, if not superior, to any house to the trad*. An inspection of goods and prices will satisfy all parties that purchases can be made of them upon the most favorable terms. French China pinner Sets, gilt and decorated French China pinner Sots, gold l<aud and 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 separate articles always _ v on hand White Granite Ware in every variety, in seta,and separato Iroiu sets, as may be desired Blue Printed or Liverpool Ware, the same Common Edged, White and Rockingham Ware, in lull supply. Cut, Pressed, Plain, and Moulded Glass Ware from the best establishments in the Eastern and Western States, which will be aold by the package or other wise. Experienced packers employed. Goods put up by us can lie transported by any mode without breakage. Fare by the steamlioats from Washington to Alex andria, almost hourly, 12K oents each way. A quar ter of a dollar thus spent may aave many dollar* dee I ' ARNY'S CONFECTIONERY, No. ?4, Bridge .Street, Georgetown, D. C.. where all kinds of Entertainments are furnished with the be#t lea Creams, Cakes. Water Ioes, Confectionery, sc., at the shortest notioe, aad oa the most moderate terms. Medal awarded at the last exhibitionof Metropolitan Mechanics' Institute. jaa 31 -tf EW YORK LEDGER FOR 25th APRIL ex IKK)tod t<> contain the new story by Mrs. South worth ; also, The Wild Kniaht, or Unknown Crusa fiumioaa au ju ' ' vJ * N pRIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE PHISJOLC tOlCAfvn fV OF MARRIAGE, By M. B. La CROIX. M. D., Albany, N.Y. *? phm ud ISO line Plain and Colored Lithograph* and Plate*. ICTPR1CE ONLY25CEXT8.-0] irrStnifrie of pottage to all parts a/1/it Union. Dt. M. B. La Croix's PhyMtlogieal View of Mar rtage. A now and revised edition of 250 pace* and lw# plates. Prioe 26 oents a oopy. A popu>*r awl comprehensive treatise on the duties ami casualties of single and married life?happy and fruitful allian ces. mode of securing them?infelicitous and infer tile ones?their obviation and removal?nervous de bility, its ceases and enre, by a process at ouoe so simple, safe, and effectual, that failure is impossible ?rules for daily management?an essay on Sperm* torrlKra, with practical observatious on a eater and more successful mode of treatment?precautionary hints on the evil results from empirical practioe: to which i* added commentaries on the disease* of fe male*?from infancy to old age?each eaae graphical ly illustrated by beautiful plates. It "points out the remedies lor those self-inflicted miseries and disap pointed hopes so unfortunately prevalent in the young. It is a truthful adviser to the married, and those contemplating marriage. Ita perusal is partic ularly reoommeudea to persons entertaining secret doubts of their phy meal condition, and who are con scious of having hazarded the health, happiness and privilege* to which every human being is entitled to. Prioe 25 cents per oopy, or hve copies for 61. mail ed free of postage to any part of the United States, by addressing Dr. LA CHOI X, < post paid.) Albany, New York, enclosing 25 ccnts. N. B. Tho*e who prefer may oonsnlt Doctor !LA CROIX.upon any of the diseases upon which his book treats, either pereoneily or by mail. His medi cines often cure in the short space of six days, and completely ami entirely eradicate all traoes of those disorders which oopaiva and cabobe have so long been thought an antidote, to the ruin of the health or the patient. His " French Secret" is the great con tinental remedy for that class of disorders which un fortunately, physicians treat with mercury, to the irretrievable destruction to the patient's constitu tion. snd which all the sarsaparilia in the world oea not cure. IIT* Office No. 3! Maiden I*a_ne, Albany, N. Y. _ieb 14?ly PILES?PILES?PILES.?We call attention to all who are afflicted with this dreadful ooraplaiut to the following sworn certificate from one of our most respectable citizens, the father-in-law of the proprietor of the "Conner des Etata Uni*," and formerly gunmaker in Philadelphia: New Tors, Aug. 28th, 1MB. Da. DtJPRTK? Dear Sir: 1 hereby oertify that I have been afflicted with the Piles for nearly sixty tear*, that I have lined eighteen bottles of Barnes's Pile Lotion, and everything else I could hear of, but all to no effect, for tney did me little or no good.? About two months since, I commenced using your reindicts for the Piles, and have the happiness t<> say that they have had the desired effect, having cured me. I consider thie almost a miracle, for 1 ain eight? years of.i^e. I sincerely recommeud them to ail af flicted MltaH ith the above complaint. P. V'ALLEE,73 Franklin street. State of New York, I New York City and Count).{ I, Joseph C. I^awrence, do hereby certify tliat on the day of the date hereof, before me personally oamo P. Vallee, te me well known, who, being by in* duly sworn, did depose and say that the content* of the foregoing certificate signed l>y him sre truejp In witness whereof 1 have subscribed my Commissioner of Deeds aiul as a Notarv Public of the State of New York, and have affixed inr Nota rial Seal, nt my office in New York, this 26th day of August, 1856. JOSEPH C. LAWRENCE. Commissioner of Deeds'and Notary Public of the State of New York, 67 Wall street, New York. We challenge thaJWedical Faculty ef the I'nited States to produce a certificate equal to the above. Dr. Duprie'8 Remedies are the onlv effectual cure for External an<l Internal Piles. Only ?' cent* par box. Office?'76 Nassau street. New York. Will be seat by mail to any part of the I'nited States. For sale by FORD A BRO.,coruer of 11th street ami Pa. avenue. Washington. D. C. oc 2S LEVY'S BITTERS.?These Bitter* are an infalli ble cure for Dysentery and Chrome Diarrhea, want of Appetite. Ac. They have proved an effec tual cure to ali those who have l?een effected with the endemio of the Natioual Hotel. InvaluaUe for summer complaints. No. 3R7 Pennsylvania avenue, opposite the Nation al Hotel. Wine. Liquors, Cigars, and fine Goceries. ap 8-tf JONAS P. LEVY. ^JOl'GH?COLDS?HOARSENESS. DR. TYLER'S COMPOUyD SYRUP OF OUS ARRABIC : The most Pleasant, Safe and Speedy Cure for Whooping Cough, Croup. Asthma, Dis eased Lungs and Consumption." Entered etceording to Act tyf Congress, A. D. 1897. In again presenting to the no*ice of the public the above remedy, we feel that little apology is needed. Vast nuiul>era mail section* of the Union are obliged to have recourse to other sources of relief thaw the immediate prescription <>f their family phvsioian.and as each return of tne winter season bring* out a host of professedly new specific*, some good, others use less. and many decidedly dangerous.-it beoomes as much a matter of dutj as interest, believing this to l?e a remedy, combining the greatest advantages, with the least objections of any other in u*e. to mske it as extensively known as practicable. That such is it* character, is abundantly proved l?y the fact, that it has been extensively used the last twenty rear* 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, (which all know oan as easily bo had for a worthless preparation as for a meritorious one, I that bv its own intrinsic merit, with the recommendation of persons benefited by it* use. it ha* gained it* pre sent popularity ; it i* not trumpeted to the world as a spociha or cure all, but as a valuable and scientific auxiliary m pulmonary case*. rendy at liand, and one that ha* been generally found to afford relief where most other* have be*n tried without material tanefit. As such, it is recognised by numbors of our leading physicians, who know it* composition, and have been eve witne**esof it* superior efficacy, a* wallas by thousand* of our most respectable citizens, to most of whom reference is cheerfully permitted. Sold at 25 cents, or three bottle* in one. 50 cents, by NAIRN A PALMER, and CHASLES STO+T. Washington; CIS8EL, Georgetown,and PEEL & STEVENS, Alexandria. Also, '? TYLER'S GUM ARABIC COUGH CANDY DROPS." the same composition in a portable form, much patronised by public speaker*, singers, frequenters of public assemblies. Ac., a* they remove all huskiness from the throat and voice, ami act like a charm on a troublesome oongh. Price 12>? and 25 cents a Imx. dec SMy DR. DUPRIES'S REMEDIES are the onl* ef fectual cure for External or Internal Piles, Salt Rheum, Ring Worm, Ac. They are unrivalled for purifying the blood. cents per box. Offire, 7* Nassau street, New York. Will be sent by mail. For sale fry FORD A BKO., corner of 11th at., and Penn. avenue. oc23 THE PERUVIAN SYRUP having successfully tnssed the ordeal to which many discoveries in the Materia Medina are subjected, must now be re ceived as an established medicine. I T SEFFICACY IN C 1 R 1 N G D YSPLPSIA. AS'ctinns of the Liver. Props y. Veuralgia, Bron rhitis and Comuinptire Tendencies, D>*?rdfr ed state of the Blood, Boris, tieneral Debility, and all Diseases tchich require a Tunic and Alterative medicine is beyond question. The pfoofs of it* efficacy ere ao numerous. *o well authenticated, and of snch peculiar character, that sufferers cannot reasonably hesitate to receive the proff ered aid. The Peruvian Syrup does not profes* to be a rmre- ! all, but its rnnge i* extensive, because many disea- I ec.i, nrfr's'ly unlike, are intimately related, and, proceeding from one cause, may be curod by one ' remedy. The ela?* of diseases for which the Syrup promt- j ses a cure, is precisely that which has so often Iwf- i fled the highest order of medical skill. The fact* ' are tangible, the witnesse* accessible,and the safety and efficaev of the Syrup incontrovertible. Those who may wish lor an opinion from disinter ested persons respecting the character of the Syrup, cannot fail to be satisfied wi?h the following among numerous testimonials, in the hands of the Agents. The signatures are those of gentlemen well known in the community, and of the highest respectability. CARD. The nnderaigned having experienced the beneficial effects of the *" Peruvian Syrup,"' do not hesitate to recommend it to the attention of the publie. From our own experience, as well as from the tes timony of others, whose iut<dhgcnoe and integrity are altogether unquestionable, we have no doubt of its efficacy in coses of incipient Diseases of the t.ungs nnd Bronchial Passages, Dyspepsia. Liver lomplaint. Drop*y, Neuralgia. Ac. Indeed its ef fects would l?e incredible, but from the charaoterof those who have witnessed them, ami have volunteer ed their testimony, as we do our*tto_it? restorative power. CA.'i i r.i. ,ua l . THOMAS C. AMORY. For sale by Z. D. GILMAN, Special Agent, 3W Pennsylvania avenue, and at the General Agency, corner of and Mhatreets^NavT Yard. feb36 Having completed our sprint, and Summer arrangements, we are now prepared to supply our numerous customer* in Washington and Georgetown with almost every description of whole some SUMMER DRINKS, such as premium Mt!? kral Watkrs, pure Crab Cipkr. Champagne Cidkr, Burton, Philadelphia.ami XXX Pale Ai ks, all of very superior quality, unsurpas?ed*in flavor ana richness t>v any in tfie I mon : XX Porter, a prime article. For several of the above mentionod drinks wo received at the late Fair of the Metropolitan Mecluinics' Institute the higheat awards of merit. We are alao agents for the sale of Turner Brothers Grsc.KR Wun.Bi.ACgbkrrt Sizrr*. Ac., and Dr. Wheeler'* Cmkrrt Wirr Bittrr*.?11 of which will lx? sold on the most accommodating L*i in*. We have al>o fur sale one superior CLOTHES MANGLE, in good order. ARNY A SHINN, ap 3-lm Corner Green and Olive *t*.. Oeorget'n. Mantels. ~~~ jVEIV'jI#/) BEAUTIFUL STYLE. manufactured from Slate Stone, b* the West Caetle ton Slate Company, Vt. These Mantels ere enamel ed in iiuitatiou of the rn-; EGYPTIAN. LISBON PORPHERY. PYRE AGATE, SPANISH <? and desirable MARBLES. The imitation* am *o perfeet that thejr challenge the closest *eratiny. They are *o highly polished that (hey retain their beauty much longer than marble ; are not injured by smoke, coal gas, or acids, and can be sold much cheaper than any other* in market. Prioe ranging from S125 to 9}2. Architect a. Builders, and others are invited toeall and examine aainpie* at No. 312 Seventh street, S door* below Odd rellow* Hall, up *tair*. sept 12-ly T. M. HANSON. Asetit. WASHINGTON IN DOMESTIC LIFE, from Original Letter* and Manuscripts, by Richard Rush. Price $1. Jkist published, and for sale at TA YLOR A MAL'R Y^S Bookstore, near 9th street. sp lj Tnuroten1 Directory. J^EW ROITE TO THE SOUTHWEST. MEMPHIS 4" CHARLESTON RAILROAD en* pi.*t riv?conwrmno C kattamootm, Tenm.; C harltitvm. S. C.: Smram nak, Ga.; and all the Norikiatirrn citws, ?ri(4 Mttnphtt, Ttmm. The last connect in* link of Railroad hMwfw NEW YORK AN DTHK MISSISSIPPI RIVER. This road i* now completed and opened (or U.. ular transportation of Passengers and Freight. and This road i* now completed and opened for the reg ular transportation of Passengers and Freight. and wdl afford niurc Expedition and le*s Kipn.w than any other route Iwtween the Northeast and Sonth waat. Passengers and Shippers will take due notiea tharaof. and govern them?elve* accordingly. Passenger Train* laava Stevenson daily at o'clock, a. m.. i after tha arrival of the trains from Chattanooga ami Nashville, laud arrive at Memphis same dat at 7 p. m.. connecting with Firat Class Steam Packet* to New Orleans. and all other impor tant point* upon tha Weatarn Rivers." Goods r<io. signed to Railroad Agent* at Cliarleaton or Snvaa nah, will l?a forwarded to Memphi. and iKbar poinm, by Express Krettlit Trains. Freight in charge of tha Adama Expraaa C??im pan* la earned over tin* route daily by the I'assen (er tnuu. F. C. ARMS General Superintendent. HrxTsviLLE. (Ala.) Aprtl l*i, l?57. "Thrnngh Ticketa to Memphis. Ac., eold at Wil mington. N. C,; Charleston,?*. C.; Augusta. Ha van nah. .\laoon. Atlanta, and Coluiiilais. (?a: Montgom ery, Ala.; Chattanooga, and Nashville. Tenn. To connect with the Weatarn Traina on this road, Csaengers will take tha nttht traina from Wilmmg n. N. C.; Angosta. Ga.; Chattanooga and Nsshvilie Taiin.; and the day traina li.uu Cbaitesloa and Kingsvlite. S. C.; ami Atlanta, ??a. ap 7-t f Daily line for edwards* ferry AND L KESRI'KG, Va.. via ? h>-aap?ak? ard Ohio Canal.?The Packet Boat* AR ? AO and M.C. MK1GS. will oommenoed making daily tnpa to the aliove points.' on Monday. March S. leaving the wharf of W. H. and II. I). Hitler, Georgetown, D. C. even morning at 7 o'olock, Sunday a excepted; through in ki\ houra; leavinc Georgetown *t (seven o'clock in tha moraing, the Boat* will arrive at the (treat Kails.<r Waahington Aqueduct, at 10a. m.. Senaoa at Itn ., Awards' Kerry at S p. in., where a stage will ha m readiness to oonvev passenger* to l/eeahurg, Va. Returning. leave Edwards' f erry every day at nine o'clock in the morning, and arriviug ut Georgetown at sunset. Through Ticket*. 01.7V Intermediate points aa follows: Great Falls or Washington Aqueduct. W centa: Seneca. 7% cents; Edwards' Ferry, 01.11; Leeaburg. Virginia, including cmeli.0i.7S. Meals served on the Boat a at moderate pricea. marzs __ W. H. A II. G. RITTER. RANGE AND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. O GREAT SOUTHERN MAIL LIN E . Twice Dailv. (Sunday nights excepted,? between WASHINGTON and the*4>1 Til,via Aid XAN DRIA.GnRJHiNSVII.LE AM) RICHMOND, DANVILLE and GK EENSIiOKOl'Glt. Leavaa Washington at 6 o'clock a. n. Alexandria at 7,'? o"citv-k a. ni. " Washington at 7 o?cl??ck p. m. " Aleiamfria at 8,S o'clock p. m. Pare from Waahington and Alexandna to Rich inond. f i 30. m7"Oiniijl>useaand llaggage Wagons will l?eat tha Depot of the Wsshincton llsilroan. to conver pa^ aengers and Itftggage to the Steamer GEO. PAGE, for Alexandria, a distance of tux imioa, allawu k ample tune for incaia. mer 77 tf J AMES A. EVANS. Arent. WAflIIIINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. Trama leave WASH INGTON for B A LTIMOR E at fi an.1 hU a. in., and 3 and p. n. On Sunnar. at p. m. Leare BALTIMORE for WASHINGTON at S and 9a. in., and Sand p. ni. )n Sunday at 4H a. m. Paas^ngera for Philadelphia and New Vork a ill take train* at ft, Kj?, an<l 4!,. For Annapolia w ill taka trains at Ri, and Ot. For Norfolk will fake traina at R>? and 8. For the West will take trcina at f and4K.connect ing at the Waahington Junction. ^n H-tf T. 11. PARSONS. Afeai. |?OR ALL PARTS OF THE WEST. B BALTIMORE ANU OHIO RAILROAD. Nkw asd Improved Ahi!?exut?. Three Trains daily from Baltimore for Cumber land, Wheelin*. and all parts of the West. lat. The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN will leave (except Sunday* at 6.45 a. in., connecting with train* from Philadelphia, firat train from W ashington i at Junction*?will atop at Way Station*, and arrive at Cumberland at 4 o'clock p. m. 2d. .The MAIL TRAIN learea C<unden Station daily (except Sunday) at a. m.. and reaches Wheeling l>r 4 a. in., connecting at Benwo?>d with trains lor Columbus. Cincinnati, Darton. Indianapo lis, Louisville, Cleveland.Toledo. Detroit, China*-.. St. Ix>uis. Cairo, and intermediate points. 3d. The EXPRESS TRAIN leaves daily at 7 p. m.. oonnectmK with expresstrains forCincinnatijJJt. I/ouis. Cairo. Chicago.and intermediate places. The distance to Cincinnati and other central ard southern >lacea in the West, is nearly ICf milea ahorter >y any other route. The time to Uieae places la ais<> unaqualled. \\j- Baggage checked through to Columbus, Ciu cmnati Indianapolis, and St. I^>uia. (j f~ Passengers and Baggage transferrad at a.l points free. THROpGH TICKETS will be aold to?U the targe townf in the West, at the lowest possible rates, at the 1 leket Office, Camden Station, and at Waahing* ton city. fJT" A second-class car is attaohed to the MAIL TRAIN. Passengers from Baltimore or Washington may rt'ctr iKt tntirr road da*i igh t. l?y taking Accom modation or Mail Train, and lyinc over at Cuml>er land or Oakland. They re?ume the next miming \j the Express Tram, which learea Cumberland at 2S) a. in., and r<Mtc),es \\ heeling at 2 p. m. Passengers from Washington have ampie time f * meals at Washington Junction. This is the only route by which Tliroujh Tickets and Baggage Checks ?in lie t>btain?*d in \N ashing ton. FO R WAY PASSE NO ERS. The Accommodation Tram at S.4S will stop at all stations east of Cumberland.and the Express at st* lions hetwoen Piedmont, going West. Last marl t the Mail Tram leaves Wheeling at A" gominodation Iimivm Cumberland at A.J3, ruachii.g Baltimore at 5.45 p. m. The FREDERICK TR AIN starts at 4 p. nv. (e* cept Sunday) stopping at Way Stations. |.eavr? Frederick at 9 a. in., arriving at Baltimore at no??n. The ELI.ICOTT'S MILL TRAIN leaves Can den Station at 6 a. 15.3 p.m. Linvn E. ictt'i Mills at 7J0 a. m. and p. tn.. except Sui*li> s. W. S. WOODS IDK, jan 16-tf Master of Transport>? tn?. r. l 'HE NEW YORK AND LI VI R I'OOl. UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. The Skip* evmpriiing this List art : Thu ATLANTIC Capt. Oliver Eidridge The BALTIC Capt. JoeephComstock. The ADRIATIC Capt. James We*?. These ships having been !>nilt l?v contract express , for Government aervico, everj o*re haa boon tak?-n in their construction, as also in tlieir engines, to in sure strength and spend, and their accommodation* for passengers are unequalled for elcgauce and oom fort. Price of passage from New York to Liverpool, in first cabin. 0 ; in se<y?nd do.. 0?S ; exclnsr\ e use o( extra size state rooms, 0-775. Fr?m Liverpool to New York, if'and 3f> guineas. An experiencsl Sur geon attached to each ship. No l?rths can I?e secured until paid for. The ships of this line have improv ed water-tight bulk-heads, and to avoid dangerf--otr?u? will not cross the Banks north of 42 degree* lU. after the 1st of Angust. PROPOSED DATES OF SAILING. r>0M kfw tokk. raow Livgaroot. Saturday, Jan. S. 1357 Wed net-da v. Jan. 7 1WT Saturday, Jan. 17 1H37 Wednesday, Jan.21 If&J Saturday, Jan. 3! 1R57 Weilncad-iy, Feb. 4 K'?? Saturday, l-'eb. 14. ...1R57 Wednesday, Feb.I8.HST Saturday, March 14.. l!OT Wednesday, Mar. 4 1**7 Saturday, April II... 1H57 Wedncailay. April I IW Saturday, May 9 .... HiS7 | We?lue*day. April 29.1S.V* Saturday, Alt* 23 1R.V7 Wodaeaday,May J7 r ?7 Saturday, June 6 1*57 Wedn^sda*, Juneio Saturday, June 2rt....lKS7 Wednesday, Juue24 18-TT Saturday, July 4 1867 Wednesilay, July 8 II" Saturday, July 18 1857 Weduesdf.y. July 23 lK-^7 For freight or passage, sobIt to EDWARD K. COL LI No, No. 5fi, Wall stree'. New York. BROWN. SHIPLEY A CO.. Liverpool. STEPHEN KENNARDk CO.. No. 27, Au* F riars, London. II. G. WAIN WRIGHT 4 CO.. Parts. The owners of these *hips will not l?e accoun'sl-* for gold, silver, bullion, specie, jewelry, prcci^"' stones or metal*, unless bill* of lading are signed therefor and the value thereof expressed therein, feb 3 |NTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITES. MONEY to LOAN on STOC* SECURITIES CIIU41R BROTHERS, BANKERS. Oppotite tkf Treasury. THE HOrSF. OF ? CH0BB BROTHERS. Waahington. uoo.upo.jjlof JOHN D. BARROW, HENRY HOLMES. THE HOUSE OF. D , D uny*' a CIIl'BB BROTHER. BARROW A CO^ D?vK>ro*T. Iowa, in oomrosed of CHAS. Sr. J.CHVRB. I* oompo.ea ALF.X'R H BARROW. jaa 27?tf "II. II. DOL'GAL. / ^ I BBS HAIR MAM/FACTORY. PEN VA llAVSSft, BtTWEKX 9TM AND U>TH StS.?lg?. half Wigs. Braids. Curl*. Bandeau*, Frtzied Roll er*. Ac., always on hand, and made to order at a few hours notice. Indies' Hair Dyed. Shampooed,Ac.. in the most complete manner. All *orts of Toilet Articles from the boat French and Estgiiah houses. No.??, Pa.avenue, upstairs, over Davi*' Musio Store. N. B.?Hair work repaired or taken in exehange. feb 11-dm ([*REAT REDl'CTION IN THE PRICE OF I BOOTS AND GAITERS. I h*ve on comnneaioQ, for a Phila delphia mauiibctnmr. a first-rate / ^ Sewed or Pegged tALF-SKIN BOOT at 03.7S, full asgooda* those ~ . p . T. umiallr sold at ft:S or f* : ^d a Freneh Cnlf IA I F.NT l.EATHER GAITER ??JtVSwMuftf any at 05; a first ra.s CALF GAlTFR at 0*^ thene are the beat goods that ?? IJSl a^d K^A^S'fSRE. Seventh *treet and Penc ?ri