Newspaper of Evening Star, June 5, 1857, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated June 5, 1857 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. (From the Kentucky Stateeman. THE OLD MILL. ir WILLI A* W. HlRMT. Lire and die: live and die; And ail the weary y??rs tone by. And tho eiraint old mill stand* "till: The unmixed shade.hke a spotted snake. Lie* half concealed in the bushy brake. And ba!f across the rill. The summer ooinss. and the winter com**, And the flower Wooms. and the striped bee huiu*. And the old mill stands in the sun; The iicheu hangs from the walls aloof. And the rusty nails from the ragged roof Drop daily one by one. The long grass grows in the shady pool Where the cattle used to come to cool. And the rotting wheel stands still; The gray owl winks in the granary loft. And the aly rat slinks, with a pit-pat soft. From the hopper of the quaint old mill. The mill wheel e'lcked and the mill-wheel clacked. And the groaning groves one* creaked and crasked And the children came and played : The laiv team in the days of yore Munched their fodder at the old mill door; Or d'owsed in its grateful shade. But the food wife died, and the miller died. And the children all went far and wide. From the playground by the dam: Their marble rmi is grass o'er grown. As is the moss> T>?ot of the rough grave aton? Where the old folks sleep so calin. Hut the miller's son in the city thick. Dreams that he hears the eld mill click. And sees the wneei go round ; And the miller's daughter, thro' her half shut eyes. Can see her father in bis dusty guise. And the place where the corn was ground. 44 A Rat ! Dead for a Dvcat."?An amusing scene occurred at the American Theatre on Friday evening. The curtain had just descended after the third act of Richelieu, when a venerable old rat, that had witnessed the performance from some quiet retreat, camo boldly out. and af.e. trot ting leisurely around the front row of the dress circle, he llnaUv took refuge beneath a roll of '* < rinolinc,' expanded a In mod-',. A gentleman wbo sat near by saw the unde*mining rogue, and being rather fond of a practical joke, he coolly in formed the ladv that a horrid lat wan shelterin" himself at her feet. With an indescribable look of horror and confusion, she sprang up, shook I he f-amewo'k of her drc ami vacating the seat she had occupied, rushed frantically into the .second tow. demolishing two or three gentlemen's hats a.s she settled, causing a hearty laugh from those who were near enough to see what was transpir iug, and those who did not know what was up, laughed from sympathy. The laugh wasgene-al throughout the house. It was the first time that a rat was ever introduced as a feature in the play of Rich?lieu. A wicked wag.whosaw the affair, remarked that the rat. seeing the hoops, had pro bably mistaken the ladv for a barrel of com meal, and pitched in.?Attn Cnlifomitin. Nkw Hamfshikf.? iov. Haile was Inaugu rated on the 4th inst. His address was lenijtiiv. He says there has l>een the usual progress made iu the industrial pursuits during the pc.st year, and he advocates the establishment of a board of education and a State normal school Agricultu ral interests are eonsidered encouraging. The State debt is somewhat increased, but"it will be extinguished without increased taxation. The liauor law has l**n attended with favorable re Hults He opposes any increase of banking capi tal, advocates a longer period of residence for aliens, and tint they shall be able to read and write the English language before they be admitted to vein. He deems it necessary to protest against the Dred fc'cott decision, and 'sugge*t? the propri ety of extending pecuniary aid to settlers in Kan \17- Grand larceny in South Carolina Is punish ed with death by hanging. ILr Modesty, says a cotemporary, adorns a woman, but rulus a iuan. ITT- Horace Cummin^s, of Paris. Me., caught 2W? noble trout in one day. H7"The thermometer at New Orleans has gone up among the nineties. IH7" Emigration northward, en route for F.u tope, is all the rage. rnr Buildings in Chicago, it i< said, now rent for about fifty per cent on the cost of erection Such a state of things cannot exist Ion*', we pre sume. ITT" The cost of all th? clergy in the United States >s but SliMKOtMl annually, while criminals catln^frlawyers and intoxi *? e^eO.lKjO.dt) mSdl-rd S,' ?,rk*'n- ?T county, dh.. was bv OU l <*"?r-yard a fe ar da\s since mh? "i""1 hi'" ?>* ta&T IV' plK" ;ike all that kind of coin, have a gre^asv fCl^nd ?^lumpy sound that any boy cannot fail\^7i0 ? neK\. r *,n5uiar't '* that people who were dei?oric\ wLlHk7 "hould P?iv>n n>en, from .W d^i^i !?DiB? ?f pi*s wiSb the disliilerie#. and inmk that the law should punish the offence. d,Vo:k He?,d that since the \ew Jer? V" e of mussels in if - ' * a"*l specimens of pearls have o,fT^Uf7o^ v l? "r ?rewrlr>' ofXe W Vork of New wv \T Jer*T>'' 5,11 fro,Q various part v 01"0' ""oK ?S "xx,1?ui"s Miwular name of The Dutches, of Sutherland^ .o'VI'"11 fo a K.rraJ **>olitionisl shows the ra tals have some wit It ts lik* the names that bar topers give to their villanous mixtures after prominent friends of tempeiaucc. A DasGrsoe* Platthisg.?A medical vemi. man-r.forms tfit New \o k Tribune that he has been consoled in several case, where the ,,e v cent has beert -waHowed by children, one "of whom is only t\Vi? ye?Ts old. and in which "reut irritation of the ?nma. h and bowels has fofi.,w ed. because of thec.wrosive nature of th^. metal - as wr,i "f il> '^ehanical action upon the deiuate mucons aurf^rp^ ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS willaHw Md T V V lei , > s l" E VVoodyear. S j T \ o^dvear, do; C ii U . U li: l>r Mel.ai.ahan. I >.\. K S \>lso?. Fla, Viti P , ra?Hi^e\V i1,; 1?:"?'"- *?'- tTiwIiSi: do U r," d : U L Stowell- MY; fl -V.^th, , a ' L n v", -' d;>; ? B Ripley. Tenn ^ Md' R \V ? r8xr P:'; S Jo>. XV; W M )?s. \v i- J m J1**'" Brock V\ Macjtey, Md I V?r111""' 'mJ 'J 1>C; W B074I. < orilaod. r.?r'j O J fl,. J H B".ni4r XV VrikI \i J Me*rj?. Mass; \\ J? Fat nan P?*- \vi, ? ft?"rv 1 ?ih5 NV U l^' M, ,r R'rley. do; H S Dan'fo th ? I . do; M sa Daof >rth do Mi.n Lester, do; W lister do; M H Walley NC ' H?? HOTELS B Tompki^, DC; B AI? 1 fV^ r ? fv*a"; Tho* Scribner NV: *V II Starr. Va; H S Duifee 111; J C Smith. Md; C F Tin,amy. do; Jno Tim! W\v*iT?i \^r I,,'dden- d^ EM M-vn US . Joh"<on- NJ; J D Coiillinir, Var A W t'watbmev. 440; J (j Wbitwcll \V* I' 11/ ? ? * T O, S Maltbv. do C M Krtsd -r'v u ladv Md; W B Nickel.; Kol.r't l^hran j;^, Ar, her Jv' if",,'1' -M"r2merido. Md: R T Ya-rVi.'r.^^.1! P. arrr. \Cj AI M C ?*a Fer and IVa i.'.v- : rri!l a"d lad>' dw n^.1 ,NVT">J HOL'SK?S l.Fit,,, t. Fitch. BaltV; raig, I I * . 7?' "? * vu^iimiou, s c \i- 4 - ?. Baltimore. Mioses Virginia K iw.rV'. . P??de tuaa, l.ondoun. Va. Ann Tho KIRK WOOD HOL'SK _R Wrl?Lt , Blatklock, Va: W Miller Si v hi. 1? D K J Echard, do; R S Sailors, Maw^ T^"! *ii'%,d; do; I S rPit, hart. Va; A S 'pri.rhi.t^do M"T fi?. Pa, 1 R |.evi Va, fi T Rust do J w, b T llenshaw. Md, J Leal>%J.' ' UOTEMESTS OF OCEAN UTEAMKlis7 Fao* THK L'xiTKO Sta TKfc ,l^,"',,? ^.Ltmrf For. 9 Days. M J^-Anpinwull J line 5 OuSHy Vork..Liver,K^d ..June ?; Aitbia v'W ^ork",J,**?ow....June ? VW ^.ork..Liverpool. .June |(j '"Ji"113 Vw Vork..Brero?D j Ullt, . ."??? N*"w ^ ork..Breme,t June 13 Zztt'iy?szrYork-Br-,,ien v^. i ? i". Boston Liverpool...June 17 Newvii' ieW Voik..Havre JuJei, Atlantic v*3 .\ur.k--uHow ... June fli Africa../. Nr.w Y^-i"!'iTerP00! Fulton v y. * ? ? Li veipool... June *21 Hall v? l?T)t I,avrr J >ir?e *7 New ^ o, k.. Biemen..... J une ?> Africa p.*'** Kflori. Kheri,*H^ ,Lte l NtW Vork..May .In Bor,,s*,t....liJiliamiES;-'nV^v"'^. *! VandrrMli So,?ha p^on'New V? *"JIane * * Soniba'pJoo New vtrt r ? 2 Anterlea Liverp,^,.. ^"1""* 3 North Star Southa'pton \>w Yo'Vi11** ,6 UwmpAl.. N.w ilj " Uias45ow....\ew Vork..Ju!? !7 The California Mall Steamers leave New v il ca Um Hb and Wth of each moat* New York Miscellaneous. S TAIR RODS AND PLATES. ? Jnet reoetved and on sale? ? 250 dozen superior STAIR RODS, in all widths, from S mch to l.l4, some of which are in entirely new shapes and very pretty, of course very cneap. A 1*0.1 rase BRASS PLATES lor steps. This w a most economical article in the saving of carpeis.a well as very ornamental. , _ ? ? r j __.i Also. BRASS CORNICES. RINGS, for suspending Nets ...... SSt *" '^'?^t^AUETT.'DobloN It So. may 18eo3w __ .? mPRINO AND SUMMER OOODS.-JOHN H. kl Shoot, No. 119 Bridie street, Georgetown. D. C? has received from New York and Philade phia. and now offering at very low prices, to cash nnd prompt customers, a large and general assortment of Staple and Fasci Goods?comprising in part aa follows, vi*: _ . , _ Nev style Silk Robes and fancy Silks Best make black Silks, high lustred Black Challies, Lustres and Mons Delaine* Rich printed (all wool) Mous Delaines Challies and Barege Delaines, in great variety Rich Organdie, Barege,and Jaconet Robes Bright colors and mode plain Bareges and De laines Plain French Brilliants and Percales Plain colors Cravellas and Spring-style Poplins Ducals, a light seasonable fabric Best French printed Jaconets and Brilliant* White Brilliants, from 12^ to 31)% centa Best makes new styles Ginghams pebages, Chambrays and plain Lustres English Prints of hew styles, in great variety, at 12% cents Rich Chintz colors best French Organdies XX'hiti. Goods, in great variety. Plain Swiss, Nansook and Jaconet Muslins flaid and striped Muslins Small-figured and rich Brocade Swiss Muslins Plaid ana striped Jaconet, Nansook and Swifli Muslins White Tarletons. Illusions, and Wash Nets Irish Linens (of the best makes) very rheap Linen Cambric, Linen and Bishop Lawns Sup^r English Long Cloths, suitable for Ladies' use New York, Bates. At wood, and other good makea Shirtings White Cambrics (of Jonas's oelebrated make) White Brilliants and striped India Dimity Marseilles for Basaues and Bonnet Card Shirt Bosoms and Slurt Collars. Embroideries. French worked Muslin Collars and S?t? Swiss Cambric Collars and Sets Swiss and l?nee Sleeves and Sets Homton and Maltese Lace Collars Swiss Cambric and Dimity Bands Embroidered Linen Cambric Hdkfs. Also, new style* Lace and Siik Mantillas Stella and White Crape Shawls Plain and rich figured Bonnet and Sash Ribbons Steel-spring, Neapolitan, and other Skeleton Skirts Spring assortment of Bajou's Kid Gloves T nffeta Silk, black lace and Lisle thread do. Cotton Hosiery of every kind for ladies and children Gents best English Half-hose, ribbed and plain do Lisle thread and fancy cotton do. A cood assortment of Silk Cravats and Ties Suspenders, Silk and Linen Cambric Hdkfs Gossamer and Lisle-thread Shirts and Drawers New stvle Parasols. Also, Gentlemen and Boys' wear of every descrip tion, w:th every variety of House-furnishing Dry Goods. Domestic Goods for servants wear of the heaviest makes. Purchasers may rely upon getting desirable goods at low prices. Hr -'-tr JOHN H. RMOOT. ivOTICE. NOTICE, NOTICE!-Persons in want of SIIIN'tiLES, LATHS, and PICKETS. CALCINED PLASTER, CEMENT, and LIME of the best qunlity, will find them by calling on the subscnl>ers at their yard. Having taken the yard lately occupied by John PurdY. we intend to keep a fine stock of the above named articles. COAL of all kinds and sizes always on hand. As ?we will be receiving Coal regularly. consumers will do well to give us a cull. Bv strict attention to busi ness we expect to merit a share of the public patron age. Yard on First street, near Pennsylvania avenue, may 20-eolm H. C. PURDY A CO. CHINA, GLASS AND QUEEN SWA RE. R. II. AllLLER. SON A CO., Importers direct from Liverpool to Ale?an- inO dria, lien leave to call the attention of dealers. hotel-keepers, a.id others of Washington and mjS* Georgetown, to I heir stocks of GOODS, sflr which, for extent and variety. will compare favorably with any establishment in the Eastern cities. Tne connexion of their senior partner with the manufacturers of Europe and the I nited States for upwards of thirty years, has given him advantages in the purchase of goods equal, if not superior, to any house in t lie trade. An inspection of g<>odsand prices will satisfy all parties that purchases can t>e made of them upon the most favorable terms. French China Dinner Sets, g:it and decorated French China Dinner Sets, gold !?i d and plain white French China Vases. Pitchers, Toilet Sets, Ac. French China Ten Sets, Cups and Saucers, and other articles of Teaware And Dinner Ware, separate from sets India Cr.ina I tinner Sets, and separate articles always on band White Granite Ware in every variety, in sets, and separate from sets, as may l>e desired Blue Printed or Liverpool Ware, the same Common Ed red. White and Rockingham Ware, in lull suppiv. Cut, Pressed, Plain, and Moulded Glass Ware from the l<est establishments in the Eastern and Western States, which will be sold by the package or other wise. Experienced packers employed. Goods put up by us can l>e transported by any mode without breakage. Farebv the steamt?oefs from Washington to Alex andria, almost tM'UHy, 12>a eents eacn way. A quar ter of a dollar thus spent may save many dollars dec 1 j>ROPOSALS FOR FUEL. Quartermaster's Office Marine Corps,/ Washington, May 16, IH57. i Sealed Proposals will be received at this office ustil Monday, the !5th June. IK.77, for supplying such quantities of WOOD and COAI. as anav be required from 1st July, 1*67, to 3'th June. for the Ma rines stationed at Washington city, D. C. The Wood to l>e best oak saplinc, and the Coal t>est anthraeite. Th?* Wood to 1*> delivered, piled, and measured, and the Coal weigh* d and delivered at such points as the commanding officers of the sta tions'ma\ direct, free of expense to the United States; the Coal to weigh pounds to the ton. Further information can be had on application at this otfioe. Proposals to Iw> addressed to Major <?. F. Lindsay, O. M. M. C.j and endorsed " Proposals for Fuel for Marines at Washington, D. C." may IP 2awt1.Vl tin* *yO ALL THAT VALUE THEIR SIGHT. JOHN TOBI XS. PRACTICAL OPTICIAN., wishes to call the attention of all thst% sutler with defective si^ht, caused by atce, sick ness, and particularly from plasms injudicious! y se lected, to bis superior SPEC7'ATLF.S and <? LASS ES carefu,!v ground by himself to a true spherical accuracy, and brilliant transparency, suited precise ly and beneficially to the weirer, according to the concavity or convexity of th? eye. Very numerous are the ill etlects caused to the precious organ of sight from the C"imn?ticpiii?nt or using glasses in not being preoio'v suited, bv the use of an Optome ter, and the practice of many vears enables hi in to the focal disease of the eyes, and such glasses that nrr- absolutely required will be furnish ed with precision and sati>f-o*tion. JOHN i OBI AS acknowledges the very liberal erioourageroent airead) obtained, and further solicits the pMronatie of those who have not yet availed themselves of his aid. Persons ttait cannot conveniently call, by sending the t.a??es is us<?, and state how many inches they can read this print with their spectacles, oa-i I* sup plied with such as will improve their sight. Innumerable testimonials to be seen ; and referen ces given to inaiiv who have derived tlio greatest ?ase and comfort from his giassos. i irctilars to be had gratis, at his offios. No. 512 S??venth street, three doors from Odd Fellows' Hall, op ?tair?, . Norfolk, September 7, IBi. ? i i Spectacles you made for me suit very wei., and seem to liava improved my sight more than any other J have lately tried. MTT. W, TAZEWELL. I have fried a pair of Spectacles obtained from Mr. roNas. and find them of great assistance to my sight, ami corresponding with his description of the focus I rooominend hun as a skilful optician. HENRY A. WISE. Having been mdneed by a friend to visit the estab lishment of Mr. i obias for the purpose of trying his glasses, I was furnished by lum with a pair slightly colored hi ua, which have afforded me more relief and gratification than any I have ever tried. My sight, originally v.*ry 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 wet. and that t?.o without the pain 1 have previously suffered. JOHN WILSON. r? ,, ,l?te c?""nissioner Gen'l I^ind Office. 1WC? sly J 8lijQ< ?? I have nsed Mr. Tobias's Spectacles for three or four mont^w, and take great pleasure in say ing that I am mucT. ^eascd with them. I have In-eu mnch Jl??- SCASSL'ROH. I was recommended to Mr. John Tobias as a skil ful optician ; ami as I have eyes of remarkable pecu liarity. I was grstiied to find that Mr. Tobias seem eu t<? c-miproliemi f iiern by jiiftpertion nn?i noma uluht inpaftureinent, ami h? Iima rnaile me a i>ajr tif Sp^cla July1 H '^",e atir"lrah'y- A- ? ? BUTLER. m, i t k WiLMtjiGTOM. N. C., Jan. 17,1HS4. .l - Z'- Tobias. Dear Sir: I am happy to say that the . pectaoles which I obtained from you last week are entirely satisfactory. From no inequality in the ,ny 1 have heretofore found d,fl>cV?y ?? getting glasses of the proper focal a stance, it afford* me pleasure to state that, by the am of y??ur optometer, this difficulty has ?>een happi if?n?.'t??i .tl'Li V'* >'"u furnished me are ever yet'uil!^, adapted to my eyes of any I have Very respectfully, yours, R. B. DRANE, Rector of St. James's Parish. From mltnT.WY*" or Interior, May 8,1?W. eyes I have '- ct* *"d the unequal range of my ml y ears I l" "?? glasses f..r seve obtaining glasses r?Pt?c?*l,? without months since Mr. Tobias maluV J0 "'V e*et' for me, which I hate fo'n'n f "JSP" ^ By the use of his <*pU,,l^L, h2V. L glasses most miuutefy to thei J J recommend Mr. Tobias to all inr glasses, aud bear my testimony as to h s^k!? optician. II EN RY E. B AI DW \ 110 Ass't Sec'y ?? P. S. OPERA G LASSES or ?rsat variety TKI ESC OPES and MICROSCOPES, XV XTCHM a KER GLASSES, and many other articles in' thia line at very low pnoes oonstantly oo hanu. jy I??W DYNEVOR TERRACE, by the author TT^Ti^ Heir of Redcltffe." This new Nx.k is for aula at SHILLINGTON'S Bookstore. Life of Charlotte Bronte, author of Jaue Eyre. The Dog, by Frank Forrester. Chit-Chat of Humor, Wit. and Aneedote. XX'ornan's Love, a story of XX'omen's Heart. All the New Books, and everything in the Station ary and Newspaper line, for sale at _ ^SHILL)NGTON'8 Bookstore, may M Odeon Buiidinf, oor ih st. hf%. ay?. Miscellaneous. pROPOSALS FOR STATIONERY. Department of State. ( Washington. Ma? 22.1857.< In purniiance of the "Act legalirin^ and making appropriation* for such necessary objects a* have b??'n usually included in the general appropriation ball without authority of law, and to tix and provide (or oertain incidental expenses of the departments and offices of the government, and for other purpo ses," approved 26th August. 1842. sealed separate proposal* will be received at this Jepartment until S o'clock, p. m.. on the ?nh of June next, for furnish ing sucn articles of Stationery as may he required by it for one year from the 1st day of July next, as enumerated in the subjoined schedule by classes and estimate of quantity; but it is to l>e understood by riersons proposing that the Department is to lie at iberty to talce either a loss or greater quantity of any article than is specified, according to its wants during the year. Each article to be of the best qual ity, and to be de livered without delay when ordered. SCHEDULE. Class No. 1. Paper, Handmade, of Linen, Laid or Wore. 50 reams foolscap, Whntmau's or Joynson's, per ream 20 do quarto post, cream laid, to weigh not less than 9 pounds per ream, trimined.one-half ruled on three aides, W hatinAn'sor Joyn Bon's per reain 10 do note pnper. cream-laid damask* w batman's or Joynson's, per ream Envelopt Paper, Smooth, r?ams super royal, vellow, per ream 10 do do white, thick, per ream 10 do royal, do do do 5 do blotting paper, royal, red, do 1 ream white blotting boards, do Class No. 2. Eticelopts of Strong Smooth Opaqut Pap*r, IWiire, Adhesiv?. 1,000 No. 1, ICS by 5 inches, per'l.OUO l.i*i0 No.2, 9J? by 4^' do do 1,000 No. 3, 9 by 4 do do 3.000 No. 4, 8 by 3S do do 2,000 No. 5. 8 by ?>>? do do 1,0(10 No. li, 6Ja by 4>* do do 3,000 No. 7, 6 by 3H do do 1,000 No. 8, 5>? by 3>i do do 1,000 No. 9, 5>k by 3 4-10 do do 1.000 No. 10, by 3>? do do 2,W No. 11, 4 8-10 by 2 7 10 do do 3,000 No. 12, 4 by 2% do do Enrelopts, Lined with Ltnen, l.ooo No. 1, !?'? by 5 inches, per l,o:w. l,0i)0 No,2, HVs !?? 4'4' do do 1 ,<*??> No. 3, 9 by 4 do do 1,?<i0 No. 4, 8 by do do 1.000 No. 5, a by do do l,oo No. 6, 6H by 4>s do do Cl.ass No. 3. 4 dozen gold pens, of approved make, per dozen iivi do cards metallic pens, Perry's, do 1(K) gross metnllic pens, of approved make, per gross Class No. 4. 6 dozen black lead pencils, Hrookman and I?nng don's, or Fiuwr's, per gross 2 dozen red and blue pencils, robor's, per dozen 4 do ivory folders, 9 inch, do 10 do red tape, No. 21 do 10 do do No. 19 do 10 do do No. 17 do 10 do do No. 15 do 12 do silk taste, narrow, do 12 do do wide. do 500 vards silk cord, per >ard 1 dozen cut-glass instands. Draper's or Whitney's per dozen 2 dozen water stands, eocoa, per dozen 2 do erasers, Rodgers bimj Son's, ivory han die, per dozen 3 dozen penknives, Rodgers and Son's, 4 blades, per dozen 1 dozen penknives, Rodgers and Son's, 2 blades, per dozen 1 dozen ivory-handle wafer seals, per dozen 12 do ink. in quarts, black, Maynard & Noyes, per dozen 1 dozen carmine ink. per dozen 3 pound.< wafers, red. per pound 1 do white do wafers, for United States seal, extra thick, per l.oon 5,000 wafers, for drpartment seal, extra thick, per 1,000 100 pounds scaling wax. best extra superfine scar let, Doveil and Easy, per pound 10 pounds twine, gill net, per pound 20 do do seine ao 2> do do coarse, for packing, per pound 11 dozen paper shears, Rodgers ana Son's, fl-inoh blade, per pozen 1 dozen paper shears, Rodgers and Son's.GJj-inch blade per dozen 2 dozen scissors, per dozen. Each proposal must t>e signed by the individual or firm making it.and must specify aprice?and but one prire?for each ami every article contained in the schedule, of the class proposed for, and those for paper must !?? accompanied by sufficient samples of each article to enable th^ department to judge and make selection. Should any articles be reauirod not enumerated, they are to be furnished at tne lowest market prices, according to quality. Blank forms for proposals will bo furnished at the department to per fon? applying tor them ; and as, without uniformity therein, tne department would find it ditficult to make a decision, none will be taken into consideration un less substantially agreeing tlirewith. The proposals to be addressed to'* The Depart ment of State," and endorsed " Proposals for Sta tioners." Notice will be given to the person to whom the contract is awarded, who will l>e required, within five days thereafter, to give liond, with two sufficient sureties, for its performance. The head of the department n in all cases to decide whether the terms of the contract have been com plied with, and to reject any articles which mav bo, in his opinion, of inferior quality, as well as to an nul the contract upon any failure to comply with tho terms within n reasonable tune. may 22-!aw4w 1 No. 581.1 TVOTICE OF THE REMOVAL OF THE 1* Land Office from Rkd Wino to Hender son, in Minnesota Territory.?In accordance with the provisions of the act of Congress entitled "An act authorizing changes in the location of land office*," approved March 3, 1(153, it is hereby declar ed and made known that the office for the sale f?f publm lands at KKD WING, in MINNESOTA I'ERRITORN. will be removed to the town of HENDERSON, in said Territory, from and after the first dav of June next. Given under my hand. St the city of Washington, this ?>th day of April, A. I). 18S7. By order of the President: THOS. A. HENDRICKS, Commissioner of the General Land Office, mav l-tawf'w ITNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE. U Washington. Mav 20,1877. On the petition of Norbert Rniieux.ofN'ew York. pra\ ing for tho extension of a patent granted to him on the 2fcth of August, 1843, for au improvement in sugar, for seven years from the expiration of said pnteni ,* Inch takes piace on the JKth day of August, 1S57? It is ordered, that the said petition l>e heard at the Patent Office on Mundat, the 17th dag of August n' Xt.at !2 o'c'ock in.: and all persons are notified to appear and show cause, if any they have, why wild petitionought not to l<? granted. Persons opposing the extension aro required to file in the Patent Office their objections, specially set forth in writing, at least twenty days before the day of hearing: all testimony hied by cither party to be used at the said hearing must be taken and transmit ted in accordance with tho rules of the office, which will l>e furnished on application. The testimony iu tne ease will be closed on tho 7th?f August: depositions and other papers relied upon its testimony must lie filed in the Officc on or before the morning of that day; the arguments, if an*, within t??n days thereafter. Ordered, also, that this notice be published in the National Intelligencer. Union, and Evening star, Washington. D. Republican, Ilaltimore, Mary la ml: Pennsvlvauian. Philadelphia. Pa.: Daily News, New York, N. Y.; and Post. Boston, Mass.: once a week for three successive weeks previous to the 17th dav of August next, the dav of hearing. CHARLES MASON, Com'r of Patents. P. S. Editor* of the alove papers will please copy, and send thffir bills to the Patent Officc, with a paper containing this notice. may21-law3w Adventures and explorations in Honduras, by William V. Wells, 1 vol,; Maps and Illustrations. Squier's Notes on Central America, 1 vol., Svo.; with Maps and Illustrations. Cullen's Isthmus of Darien Ship Canal, 1 vol., Lon don : with Maps. Williams' Isthmus of Tchauntepec, 1 vol. 8vo.; an^ Maps. Gisborne's Darien Journal, 1 vol., London; with four Maps. Bard's Adventures on the Mosquito Shore, 1 vol.; with sixty engravings. Topogrnphical Map of the Isthmus of Panama and Darien. Bynevor Terrace, by the author of Heir of Redely do, 2 vols. Rev. Mr. Bellows' Address on Theatres. Ac. Bacon's Essays with Bishop Whittle) 's Notes,1 vol. 8vo. Travels in Europe, by Rev. John E. Edward*. The Bible and tho People, by Miss Beecher. may ?> _ FRANCK TAYLOR. Mantels, K FW A iY D BEAUTIFUL STYLE, manufactured from Slate Stone,b* the West Castle ton Slate Company, Vt. These Mantels are enamel ed in imitation of the richest and most expensive EGYPTIAN. LISBON, VERD A N T I O U E, PORPIIERY, PYRENEES, BROCATELLA, AGATE, SPANISH GALWAY, and other rare and desirable MARBLES. The imitations are ao perfect that they challenge the closest scrutiny. They are so highly polished that they retain their lieauty much longer than marble ; are not injured by smoke, ooal gas, or acids, and can bo sold much cheaper than any others in market. Price ranging from $125 to ?12. Architects, Builders, and others are invited to cal and examine samples at No. 512 Seventh street, 3 door* below Odd Fellows' Hall, tip stairs. sepr 12?ljr T.JVt. H ANSON. Agent. 1>AINTS AND OILS. 1. Linseed Oil, White l.ead. Boiled Oil, French Zinc, Patent Dryer, Jerser Zinc, Turpentine, Ochres, Chromea, Varnishes, Litharge. Bristol, Imdger. camel's hair, and sable Brushes. I .literal discount on current prices made for cash or good paper. J. R. McGRKGOR mar 24 \VAS3m _ 534 7th street. C^ARRIAG ES-CA RRI AG ES-C A R RI AGES. / The undersigned lias now on hand a.^ao. very good assortment of SUMM ER8WT;^K CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, Ac.,towhichJ?E=i?Ei lie very respectfully invites the public generally Prioes moderate. JNO. P. DENNIS, ap 24 eo.'im fith St.. bet. I*a.ave. and C st. 1r?R KNCH NOVELS.?Tevenno, par Geo. Sandt 20 cents. Jeanno, par George Sand; 40 cent*. i?idora, par George Sand; 25 cents. Mauprat. par George Sand: 40 cents. Gabriel, par George Sand: 20 emits. Jacques, par George Sand: 40 cents. Horace, par (ieorge Sand: 45 cents. Modeste Eignon, oar Balzac: 25 cents. Lea Chouans, par Balsae; Si cents I a Famille Alain, par Alphonse Karr; 25 oents. L'Usooqne, par (ieorge Sand: 25 cents. Deux Histoires, par Eugene Sue; 37 cents. Alixia Pan i, par Feval: 30 cent*. rhaatr* Complet, per Balzac. 51 oents. ??a Creol#, par Feval: ??cents. Don .Martin da r'reytas, par Dumas; 20 oents. Blanohe de Baaulieu. par Dumas; 25 oents. Jaeques l?r at Jacques II, par Dumas; *>oents. Insurance, &c PROTECTION AND INDEMNITY FROM LOSS AND DAMAGE BY FIRE. THE PERILS OF THE SEA. AND INLAND TRANSPORTATION. FARMERS AND MECHANICS* INSURANCE COMPANY, OF FillLADELPHIA. Fikx, Marine, and Inland Insurance. Authorized Capital.. ?- #1.250,000!!! ric?, Noithw Avenue and Orvict, Northwest corner or Pennsylvania > 17th Strret, Washington.

UlKriUiURS. hos. B. Florenoe, Charles Duiiee, H. Armstrong, Thomas Manderfield. > A. Rubicam, Edwa6d R. Ilelmbold, DIRECTORS. Hon. Thos. B. Florenoe, Charles George f" Charles . George Helmbold, P. Carroll Brewster, James E. NmII, Isaao Leech, Jr. THOMAS B. FLORENCE, President, i EDWARD R. HELM BOLD. Socretary. LOCAL SURVEYORS. Charles Walter, No. 3OT D street, opposite City Hall. John M. Thornton, oorner 1st street aud Virginia avenue. Island. James Williams, No. 22 4K street. John Riggles, No. 501 13th street, below Pennsyl vama avenue. MARINE SURVEYOR. Captain J. P. Lev*. No. Ui7 Pennsylvania avenue, opposite National Hotel. GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT. John Tliomason. Authorized Capital and Assets $1.473,057 07 Assets #523.097 07 Invested in Bonds, Mortgages, and Good Securities. The following statement exhibits the business and condition ol the Company to November I, 1856: Premium received on marine and inland risks to No vember I, 1R56 3214,684 60 r^ire premium. 176.796 61 ntereston loan ....... 8,704 47 Total receipts ..... $400,185 68 Paul marine losses 964,427 04 *ftid tire lossos 39.737 39 xpenses, salaries, and commis sions 45,489 00 Reinsurance, return premiums, and agency charges ... 27,474 68 5177,128 61 i r?i ' Pa i i Ex Balanoe remaining with the Company ,$2?Wif>7 07 The Assets of the Company art as follows : Philadelphia city and county U>uds 3'M48 18 ; Railroad bumfs ll.unftOO First mortgages. re?tl estate 143^5*x"? 00 Slocks, collaterals, on call 32,4<in no Girard and consolidation Iwnk stock. 5,125 00 Deposited with Duncan, Sherman A Co., New York nn.nnn on Delerred payment on stock not yet due.... 97,700 on Notes fi>r marine premiums. lOS.ORO 59 1 Due from agents, secured by Itonds 35,376 18 Premiums on policies recently issued, and debts dun the company 26,470 38 | Balance iu bank ...... 16.456 74 3523.167 07 The business of this Company will compare favor ably with the most successful similar institutions in the Unit ml States. . From the 1st day of Augnst, 1R56, in fifteen months, up to the 1st day of November, 1856, the premiums and interest received amounted to the large sum of four hundred thousand one hundred and emity-hve dollars and sixty-eight cents, with the payment of losses and expenses of one hundred and seventy seven thousand one hundred and twenty-eight dol lars and sixty-one cents. With these evidences of success and good man agement, the Directors feel justified in soliciting a share of public patronage, believing that the security offered is ample, and that all fair claims will be ad justed more according to equity than legal technicai The Company is prepared to issue policies against loss or damage ny fire on _ DWELLINGS, FURNITURE. MILLS.MAN UFACTORIES. WAREHOUSES, All descriptions of BUI LDlNGSand their contents; or all kinds of MERCHANDISE, transported by Vessels.Steamboats, Canal Boats, Railroads. and the usual conveyances to or from any portion of EUROPE AND AMERICA, and on the hulls of STEAM BOATS navigating the Western Waters. The rstes of premium will l?e as low as other com panies, and in fixing them ever* improvement in I construction and arrangement will be taken into con sideration. All losses speedily adjusted and promptly paid. Office, nortnwest corner Pennsylvania avenue and I 17th btrect, Washington City, D. C. I Insurance may also be etJetted ?l the Home Office*, northwest earner Walnut and Second streets, Philadelphia, And mother principal cities of the United State* ' bv authorised othcers of the Company. ap 3 WASHINGT^TINSURANCE COMPANY. H CHARTERED BY CONGRESS. Capital ~ 3200,000!!! This Company is now rreoared to receive applica tions for INSURANCE ON BUILDINGS, MER CHANDISE, Ac., 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. Directors. Wm. F. Bayly, Samuel Bacon, Roliert Farnham, James F. Haliday, Wm. Orme, Hudson Taylor, Francis Mohun, M. W. Gait. Bern. Bcall, James C. McGUIRE, President. G. D. Hanson, Secretary. ap 11 -1 yr 1>ANKING HOUSE OF 13 CHUBB BROTHERS. Deposits.?Deposits received and Checks paid without charge. Drafts on the northern seaUmrd cities received on Deposit at par, and Exchange on said Cities furnished to depositors without charge. Interest o* Deposits.?Interest will l>e allowed on Deposits at such rates as may I* agreed upon. Dkposits in Virginia and Uncurrent Monet. Deposits in Virginia aud other Uncurreut Money re ceived to be chccked for. pa>ablein same funds, or in specie, we charging the recuiar Exchange. Discounts.?Notos. Drafts,and Billsof Exchance will be discounted, and Limn* made on Stocks, Bonds, and Securities, at the market rate. / Letters op Crkdit.? Letters of Credit will be furnished, negotiable in the different Cities of the United Stales, 011 Deposit of Money or Collaterals, and interest allowed if Money is deposited, and charged if Collaterals,on such termsas may be agreed upon. Traveling Bills op Exchange.?Travelers will be furnished with drafts in such sums as may be de sired negotiable iu the ditlerent Cities of the Union. Bill* and LettebsopCrkditon Esgland.Ike I LAND and Europe.?Bills of Exchange and Letters I of Credit on England, Ireland and Europe.furnished ; at the market rate for Exchange, in tunm to suit. Bosds, Stock*. Ac.?Bonds, Stocks, and Securi ties pay ing from 6 to 12 pr. cent., always for sale, or bought in the different Cities a' a oommfesion of a pr. ccnt. Where Stocks are bought upon orders, we reserve the right to call for a deposit of 10 pr. cent on the cost. Bonds or Stocks will be ordered by tele graph. Railroad, City, and State Bonds.?Railroad, City, and State Bonds can be placed in our hands for negotiation, either in this oountry or Europe. Rail road Iron purchased for cash or with Bonds. Land Warrants.?Land Warrauts bought at the market rates. All Warrants sold by mare guaran teed in every respect. Land Warrants located on nommmfinn. I jind Warrant quotations regularly furnished if re quested. Warrants will he forwarded to Western Houses on orders, or sent for Bale 011 commission to responsiltle parties. Real Estate and Insurances.? Real Estate bought and sold, and Insurances eflected. Claims on United States, Court op Claims, Conorkhs.?Claims on the United States, before the Court of Claims or Congress, intrusted to us, will be prosecuted by prompt and able attorneys. CHUBB BROTHERS, jan 27 Opposite the Treasury. N~OTICE.-C. R. L. CROWN k CO. are re ceiviiig dailv some of the finest FURNI-I TURE ever offered in this market, which w?l invite the attention of those 111 want, as we assure them they can save at least 10 per oent. Namely? Handsome carved marble-top Bureaus and Tables Rosewood ami walnut Tete-a-Tetes, Sofas Wardrobes, Chairs of all kinds. Cherry and poplar Tables. Mattreses. nair, corn-top, and husk; Comforts. 6Iankets, Bedsteads, high and k>w-poat. ocking Chairs, cane and wood-seats. Cushions for Chairs. Settees, Clocks of all kinds, Extension Tables, Sideboards, What-not. Glasses of all kinds, some extra fine Carpets, Cottage Sets, Rues, Waiters. Glass Ware. Crockery Ware of all kinds. Feather anil Fancy Go?idsof all kind*. A nil ot her Goods too numerous to mention to which we invite the attention of housekeepers and others, as we are determined to sell for cash or to punctual customers. C. R. L. CROWN A CO., oor. of 6th street and Penn. ave. P. S.?We shall still oontinue our regular sales on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday,l?nth morningard evening, in front of our store. Consignments soli cited, and in all cases advances made when required. C.R. L. C. A CO RP 25-tf (Intel) Auctioneers. OQrtPENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, n?ar corner of 13th Strut. B. H. STINEMETZ having made arrangements with a Company of Hatters to be fur nished with the most popular styles of MOLESKIN AND REAVER HATS, will hereafter make a dis count of 12* per oent upon the aotual market price, making theHat sold for *4 (and not unfrequently for 35) for ( the low prioe of 33-50. a slight varia tion in quality 33, ana for 32_5oa su perior quality for the money. To make this system effectual, he will keep no books, but sell exclusive ly for Cash on Delivery, which csnnot fail being advantageous to the purchaser, thereby enabling him to buy for cash and sell at a small proit, meeting with no losses by had debts. New Styles FELT HATS, CAPS, and STRAW GOODS, for Men, Boys, Misses ami Infants' wear. Persons are invited to aall aud examine our stock. Call at 236 Pennsylvania Avenue, near oorner of 13th Street. ap ll-tf JOSEPH GAWLER.CABINET MAKER AND v Undertaker.?Ready iiMde Cof fins <v>n*t*ntlr on hand. Funerals nt- { tended to, and interments procured 111 the different Cemeteries. Furnitnre of every de scription made to order. Old Furniture Repaired and Varnished. Ware- Rooms 183 Penn.avenue, be tween 17th and 18th streets. mar 23-3m "Tstill Livt." ~7T" r And will not he outdone by say in the Painting Line. Having secured the services of an experinoed Sign and Ornamental Painter, I am prepared to do SIGNS, BANNERS, TRANSPARENCIES, Ac., in the latest styles. Als<>. oontinue to do HOUSE PAINTIKO, GLAZING, and GRAINING in a superior manner Rt No. AS Louisiana aveuue, between 6th and 7th streets. _ may IMoln ?*- M. T. PARKER. fc Medicine#. A RETIRED PHYSICIAN whose sands of life have nearly ran out. discovered while in the rEut Indies, a certain cure for ComumptKn. Asthma, Bronchitis. Coughs, Colds. and Grn-ral /k f Debility'. The remedy was discovered by him I when hta only child, a daughter, was given up to | die. He had heard much oT the wonderful rentor ative and heeling qualities of preparations made from the East India Hemp, and the thought occurred to him that he might make a remedy for his child.? He studied hard and succeeded m realising his wish es. His child was cured, and is now alive and wall. He has since administered the wonderful reined* u> thoosanda of sutferers in all parts of the world, and he haa never failed in making them completely heal th* and l*ppy. Wishing to do as much g<""1 M K**' sibte, he will send to such of hiaatflicte'l fellow-lie inits as request it, this recipe, with lull and explicit directions for malum; it up. srxl successful!* using it. He requires each applicant to enclose him ope shilling?three ccnts to be returned as postage on the recipe, and the remainder to be applied to the pav raent of this advertisement. Address Dr. H. JAMES, No. 19 Grand street, Jersey City, N.J. P. S. There are persons who pretend to ptepare for salk the "Extract of Cannabis Indioa" ftoio Dr. H. James's Recipe, and who profess to l>e his agents. All auch persons are impostors. Dr. H. James's sole object is to Iwnefit the world, and not to make money. He has no agents who prepare hie medicines from the recipe, and never will nave ! '1 ha impostors cannot make up the medicine from the recipe so as to sell it at aproht, the coat of import ing the Eaat India Hemp alone l>eing too treat t< admit of a pecuniar* speculation in the v ine remed*. The imitations are protiabiy com pounded of molasses and a pernicious drug or^ two costing a lew cents. may 26-3m pKlVATE MEDICAL TREA^ISt" PHISIOLOG1CALVIEW OF MARRIAGE, By M. B. La CROIX, M. D.. Albany, N. Y. 200 paces and ISO fine Plain and Colored Lithographs n the V and Plates. ITT* PR ICE ONLY ? CENTS 43 Stnt free of postage to all parts of the Union. Dr. M. B. La Croix's Physiolog ioal View of Mar riage. A new and revised edit ion of pages and 180 platea. Price & centa a oopy. A popular and comprehensive treatise on the dutiea and caauaJtiee of enisle and married life?happy ami fruitful allian ces. mode of securing them?infelicitous and infer tile onee?their nhviation and removal?nervoua de bility. ita causes ami cure, by a prooeea at once ao simple, safe, and effectual, that failure is impossible ?rules for daily management ?an essay on Sserina torrlxra, with practical ol>aervationa on a safer and more succeasful mode of treatment?precautionary hints on the evil resulta from empirical practice ? to which is ifddnd commentaries on the diseases ?f fe males?from infancy to old age?each case graphical ly illustrated by t>eautiful j>latea. It'p<<inta out the remedies for those self-innicted miseries and dieap pointed hopca ao unfortunately prevalent in the young. It la a truthful adviser to the married, and thoae contemplating marriage. Ita perusal ta partic ularly recommended to persons entertaining aecret doubta of their phy sioal condition, and who are con acious of having haxarded the health, happiness and privileges to which every human being i? entitled to. Price 25 oents per copy, or five copies lor #1, mail ed free of pos'nge to any part of the I'niteii States, by addressing Dr. LA CROIX, (post paid,) Alhnny, New York, enclosing 25 conte. N. B. Those who prefer may oonsult Doctor |LA CROIX.upon any of the diseaaea upon which hie book treats, either personally or by mail. His medi cines often cure in the short space o! aix days, and completely and entirely eradicate aN traces of thoee disorders which copniva and ouliebe have so long | been thought an antidote, to the ruin of the health of the patient. Hie " French Secret" ie the great con tinental remedy for that claae of disorders which un- i fortunately, physicians treat with mercury, to the irretrievable destruction to the patient's constitu tion. and which all the eareapanlla in the world can not cure. ITT" Office No. 31 Maiden Lane, Albany, N. Y. let) 14?ly THE GREATEST MEDICAL DISCOVERY OF THE AGE. Mr. Kenxkdy. of Roxbury, has discovered in one of our common pasture weeds a remedy that cures KVEKY KIND OF HUMOR, from The worst Scrofula down to a rommon Pimple. He has tried it in over eleven hundred oases, and never failed except in two oases, both Thunder Hu mor. He lias now in his possession over one hundred certificates of its value, all within twenty miles of Boston. Two Itottles arc warranted to cure a nursing Sore Mouth. One to three bottles will cure the worst kind of Pimples on the Face. Two or three bottles will clear t he svatem of Bilea, Two bottles are warranted to cure the worst Canker in the Mouth and Stomach. Three to five l?ottle? are warranted to cure the worat kind of Erysipelas. One or two tx>ttlus are warranted to cure all Hu mor in the Eyes. Two bottles are warranted to cure Running of the Ears and Blotches among the flair. Four to six iiottles are warranted to cure oorrupt and running Ulcere. One Isittle will cure Scaly Eruption* of the Skin. T*-o or three Iiottles ?re wartanted to cure the worst kind of Ringworm. Two or three bottles are warranted to cure the most most desperate case of Rheumatism. Three to four bottlee are warranted to cure Salt rheum. _ Five to eight bottles will cure the worst aase of Scrofula. A benefit is always experienced from the first bot tle, and a perfect oure is warranted when the above quantity is taken. Nothing looks so improlsthle to those who have in vain tried a! 1 the wonderful medicinea of the day, as that a ootnmon weed growing on the pastures.'and along old stone walls, should cure every humor iu the system ; >ct it is a fixed fact. If you Iinve a humor, it has to start. There are no IFSnor ANDS. hums nor lia's alsiut it euiting some cases, butlnot yours. 'I peddled over a thousand Uittles of it in the vicinity of Boston. 1 know the effects of it in every case. It has already done some of the greatest cures ever done in Massachusetts. 1 gave it to children a year old, to old people of sixty. I have seen poor. j>uny, wormy-looking children, whose flesh was sort and flal'by, restored to a perfect etate of health by one 1 ottle. To thoee who are eubjeot to a eick headache, one bottle will always cure it. It gives great relwf in catarrh aud dizxiness. Some who have taken it had been costive for.years, and have been regulated by it. >> here the Ixtdv is sound it Works quite easy, but where there is any derangement of the functions of nature.it will cause very singular feelings, but *ou must not be alarmed: the* always disappear in from four days to a week. There is nevera bnd re sult from it; on the contrary, when that feeling is pone, you will feel yourself like a new person. I heard some of the most extravagant encomiums of it that ever man lieteued to. in ni* own practice I alivavs kept it strictly for hu mors?but since its introduction as a general famil* medicine, great and wonderful virtues have been found in it that I never suspected. Several casesof epileptic fits?tdivease whieh was always considered incurable, havn |?een cured bv a few botlfes. O, what a mercy if it will prove effec tual in ail cases of thnt awful malad* ? there are but few who have seen more of it fhan I have. I know of several cases of Drops*, all of them aged p<-,,pie cured l.y it. For the various diseases of the Liver, Sick; Headache, Dyspepsia, Asthma. Fever and Ague, I ain iii the Side, Disease* of the Spine anil particularly in Diseases of the Kidnevs, Ac., the discovery has doue more good than any medicine ever known. No clianse of diet ever neoessary?eat the beet you can get and enough of it. Direction* for Use.?Adults one table-spoonful per day?ohildren over ten years dessert-spoonful children from five to eight vears. tea-spoonful. As no directions win be applicable to all constitutions, take sufficient to operate on the bowele twioe o day. MANtTFACTl'UKP BV . DONALD KENNEDY. Ao. 120 Warren Street. Hozbury, Massachusetts. Agents for Washington?Chae. Stott A Co., Z. Gilman, Kulwe" & I^iwrence, J. B. Gardner, Burry A Co., D. Walsh A Co., F. S. Walsh. J. P. Stone' Martin King, Nairn A Palmer^Schwartz A Co., O Boawell, Daniel H. Clark, J. P. MUburn, DunUr JL>y*on, Ford & liro. Agents for Georgetown.?R. S. Cissell, o M Lent ham, J. L. Kidwell. my 5-ly THE PERUVIAN SYRUP having successfully Dassed the ordeal to which many discoveries in the Materia Medtcaare subjected, must now be re ceived as an established medicine. ITS EFFICACY IN CURING dyspepsia. AJT'ttums of the Liver, Dropsy, Neuralgia, Bron chitis and Consumptive Tendencies, Disorder ed state of the Blood, Boils. General Debility, and all Diseases which require a Tonic ana Alterative medicine is beyond question. The proofs of ita efficacy are eo numerous, eo well authenticated, and of such peculiar character, that sufferers cannot reasonably hesitate to receive the prolfered aid. The Peruvian Syrup does not profess to be a cure all, but its range is extensive, liecanee many disea eex, apparently unlike, are intimateiy related, and, proceeding from one cauee, may be cured by one remedy. The claae of diseaeee for which the Syrup promi ses aoure, ie precieely that which has ao often Inf flcri^e highest order of medical skill. The facta are tangible, the witnesses accessible.and the safety awl efficacy of the Syrup incontrovertible. r hose who may wish for an opinion from disinter ested persons respecting the diameter of the Syrus, cannot fail to he eatisfied with the following among numerous testimonials, in the hands ?>f the Agents. The signatures are those of gentlemen well known in the community, and of the highest respectability. _ ^ CARD. The underained having experienced the beneficial effects of the Peruvian Syrup," do not hesitate to recommend it to the attention of the public. r rom onr own experience, ae well ae from the tes timony or othera, whose intelligence and integrity are altogether unquestionable, we have no donitt of its cfliaacy in casea of incipient Dieeasea of the f.nnga and Bronchial Paaangee, Dyspepaia. f.iver Complaint. Dropsy, Neuralgia, Ac. Indeed its ef fects would be incredible, but from the cliaractor of those who have witnessed them, and have volunteer ed their testimony, as we do oure. to ite restorative THOMAS C. AMORY. For e?le by Z. D. GILMAN, Special Agent. SW) Penney Ivama avenue, and at the General Agency, corner of L and 8th streets. Nav* Yard. feh 26 pLUMBLNG AND GAS FIXING. ?MILLER A CUNNINGHAN. Penn. av? eouth side, between 12th aud 13tn streets, have rtttivtd * - avenue, uet ?-.J SI N Kb, r,A Ao.; all of which - - - * ? ? "?v* ?o.; an of winch are of the newest aud most sp proved patterns. Baildereaad others purchasing for caeh. will find tneir establishment unequalled in the District of Columbia for moderate trioe? and dis patch. neatness and e&ciency of voik. , The* respectfully *>lioit a share of th? btisineae in their linefrom all; and. lieing Washing Ion trades men l?oth by birth and apprenticeship, will teae prop er pride in proving by their work that Plumbia* and Gaa Fixtures aan be done by Washington mechaa KMeSiL"1" w*n " w *" I TrtTetaV Director? W*"h,ngton wr*"4at5o*f??r.,rTK.?ffS" *%??' COLLYER will dejvirt at the follow - g.? ^ ins boor*, on and after M May next: ?**? Leave Alexandria, at 7, ?S. lOfc. 12,2H. 4!?, suti 6* o'clock. Leave Washington,at 7\, 9^.11 V. 1.3S..SW, and 7. The puMic may eonidently rely <>u the Boat start in* at the time advert ised. One of the Boats wtll make a trip to MOUNT VKRNON on Ttesdat and Fiibai of enoh week, leaving Washington at ? o'clock a. in. JOB CORK)M, I Caatain. GKU. T. HOWARD, \ Either Boat may tie chartered for hioani?m at any time, on application to JOHKI'll BR VAN, President of the i'onipauy.at hit "rtioe, 39* renn. arenne. oi to the Captains on l?*rd. ?r "? '' STEAMER GEORGE PAGE. HO V R s o h U K P A R TC HE Leave Alexandria at 4>?, 7<*. 5, ltflfc,' 12)4.3. 4*.?V l.eave Washington at6, *, S\, 11^. 1 Vs. 4, &K.7. ap ?>-d ELLIS |? PRICK, Captain. yyASH INGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. Traius leave WASHINGTON for BALT1MOF K at 6 and K>* a. in., and 3 and 4H p. in. On Sunua?,at 4>s p. m. L^are BA LTI.MOR E for W ASHINOTON at 4>? and 9J? a. m . and 3 and 5% p. m. On Sunday *t 4H a. m. Passengers for Philadelphia and N?V York Wiil take traina at 6, ?>*, and 4*. For A mill poll* will take trains at and 4fc. For Norfolk will take trains at FH ami 3. For the Went will take trains at 6and Ok. connect in? at the Washington Junction. jan 16-tf T. it. PARSONS. A|e^ DBAILV LINE FOR EDWARDS' FERRY AND l.EESBURG, Va.. via ihesapeaks aid 8hio Canal.-The Packet Boata A ft ?. Oand M.C. M El<5!?. will common making aailf trips to the almve points.' on Monday. Mai eh 23. leaving the wharf of W. H. ami H. G. Hitter, tieorgetown, p. C. everr moruing at 7 o'ebwk, Sunday* exccpw-d; through in ei<ht houra; leaving Georgetown attseven o'clock in the morning, tlio Boat* will arrive at the Great Fa.la.or Washington A<iue?liict. at t? a. m.. Seneca at 12m., Edwards' Ferry at 3 p. in., where a stage will t*> n I readiness to convey passengers to l<ee*l>urg, Va. Returning, leave Edwards' Ferry every day at nine o'clock in the morning, and arriving in Georgetown at sunset. Through Tickets. $1.75. Intermediate pointa ae follows: Great Fella or Waahii Eton Aqueduct, *e oents; Seneca. 75 cuts; Edwards' Ferry, *1.12; Leesburg. Virginia, including coach. $1.75. Meals served on the Boals at mndeiale pricea. mar 25 W. II. A H. ?. RITTER. RANGE AND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. Leaves Washington at 6 o'clock a. m. " Alexandria at "Si o'clock a. m. ?* Washington at 7 o'clock p. m. *? Alexandria at clock p. m. Fare from Washington and Alexandna to Riok mond. Sb 50. __ ?. fnromnihuaeaand Bar gage Wagons will beatthe D^pot of the Washington Railroad, to convey pas sengers ami liaggage to the Steamer GEO. PAUI., for Alexandria, a distance of aix miles, allowing ample time for ineals. mar 27-tf J AMES A. EVANS. Atent. N JEW ROUTE TO THE SOUTHWEST. MEMPHIS 4- CHARLESTON RAILROAD COMPLETED?COKNEi TtJtfc Chattanooga, Ten*.; Charleston. S. C.; Saran nah, (ia., nn<1 all ikt Xorlkratttra cttus, irnt Mtmpktt, Ttnn. The laat connecting link of Railroad between NEW YORK AN DTtfE MISSISSIPPI HI VER. This road ia now oompieted and openewl for the re< - ular trans Dor tat ion of Passengers and Freight, and will afford more Expedition aiul lesa Expimse than any other route l>etweeii the Northeast and South west. Paa*eng*ra and Sluprera will take due notioa thereof, and govern themselves acoordinglj. Passenger Traina leave Stevenson daily at 2% o'clock, a. m.. (after the arrival of the traina from Chattanooga ami Nashville,land arnveat Memplua same dav at 7 p. m., connecting wilh First C-iaa Steain Packeta to New Orle.-ins. an?l all other impor tant points upon the Western RiverO Goods eon sirn?-d ?o Railroad Acenta at Charleston or Savan nah, will lx> forwanteii to Memphis and other points, by Express Freight Trains. Freight in charge of the Adama Express Com* pany is carried over Una route daily by the rassen 1 ger trams. F. C. ARMS General Superintendent. Hcjtbville, (Ala.) Arril lit, 1857. "Through Tickets to Memphia, Ac., sold at Wil mington, N. Ct: Charleston. S. C.; Amua'a. Savan nah, Macon. Atlauta. and Coiuml-us. t?a ? Montgom ery. Ala.; Chattanooga, and Nashville, T?nn. To connect with the Western Traina on thia road, pnaaengers will take the nit It t trains from WUrnipi - ton.N.C.: Augusta.Ga.;Cii?ttan<H?gaaiid Naihvi e. Tenn.; and the tiny trains from Charleston and Kingsville. S. C.: and Atlanta. <ia. ap7-tf I LVJR ALL PARTS OF THE WF.ST. BALTIMORE AM) OHIO RAILROAD. New and Improved Ariaxgrxknts. Three Traina daily from Baltimore for Cumtier land. Wheeling, ami all narts of the Weat. lat. The ACCOMMODATION TR AIN will leave (except Sunday i at r..i9 a. m., connect nig with trans from Philadelphia, firat train from Waah.ngton iat J u net ion ?? will atop at Way Stations, and arrive at Cumberland at 4 o'clock p. m. 2il. .The MAIL TRAIN leaves Camden Station daily (except Sunday) at 8JO a. m.. and readies Wheeling l?y 4 a. m., connectiug at Benwood with trains for Columbus. Cincinnati. Da\ ton. Indianapo lis, Ijouisville. Cleveland. Toledo. Detr<?it, Chicago, St. I.OUI8. Cairo, syid interme<liate points. 3d. The EXPRESS TRAIN leaves daily a? 7 p. m.. connecting w4th expresstrainf forCincuumtft. Louis, Cairo, Chicago, and intermediate places. Th? di<>tanc3 to Cincinnati aud other central and southern rilaces in the West, if nearly !<?' mnes ahorter tnan >y aoT other route. The time to these plaoes is a*?o unequalled _tag? .. Cinnati, Indiaiiapoiis. and St. lx>uis Bacrage cheeked through fo Columlns. Cin negn" llnatl, muin..?[?n,. mm K*l. ia?ui?. 117" rasseii^ers and Baggage transferred at pointa free. THRO! Gil TICKETS will be sold toall the tare* towns in the West, at the lowest possible rates, at the Ticket Oflioe, Camden Station, and at Washing ton city. Sr A second ciaas oar is attaohed to the MAIL MN. Passeugers from Baltimore or Washington ?ry riric tht tnttrr road by da flight,bx takinc Aoc>* ii modatronor Mail Tram,mm Sine over at Cumber land or Oakland. They resume tne next mommc 1^ the Express Train, which leaves Cumber Land at 2ji> a. m.. and reaches Wheeling at 2 p. in. Passengers from Washington have ample time 1??C meals at Washington Junction. _ This is the only route by which Through Ticset? and Baggage Checks ean l>e obtained in \N aahin*t<>B. R WAY PA SS K Mi ERS. The Accommodation Train at 6.45 will stop at a.I alations east of Cuml>erland.aml the Expreasst sta tions between Piedmont, going West. Eastwarl r the Mail Train leaves Wheeling at 7.15a. m.,and Ae commodation loaves Cumberland at reach mi Baltinnye at 5.45 p. m. The FREDERICK TRAIN starts at4p.m.(ex cept Sunday) stopping at War Stations. I/Saves Frederick at 9 a. m., arriving at Baltimore at 12-9* noon. The ELLICOTT*S MILL TRAIN leaves Cam den Station at6 a.m.and33>p. m. Leaves Elbcutt a Mills at 7 JO a. m. and 7.3' p. m.. except Sunday* VV. f*. WOOD?IDE. jan IS-tf Master of Transportation. THE NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL B USITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. Tht Shi/ft comprising thts ? Ltnt art: ' The ATI.ANTIC .Capt. Oliver BidndM The BALTIC - Capt. Joseph Comstook. The ADRIATIC Capt. James W est These ships having l<eetibm!t by contract express ' for Gorernment service, every dare has l>een t"?kea in their construction, as also in their engines, to in sure strength and speed, and their accommodations for passengers are unequalled for elegauoe and oom fort. Price of passage from New Vork to Liverpool, in first cabin, $13'; in second do., $7S ; exclusive ns?of extra sixe stale rooins. %S7a. From Liverp"" ! to New York, 2t? and 3>t guineas. An experienced Sur geon attached to each ship. No berths can l?e secured until paid for. The ships of this line have improved water-tight bulk-heads, and to avoid danger froir i <e will not cross the Banks north of 42 degrees utu after the 1st of August. PROPOSED DATES OF SAILING. rkoM miw Toax. riox Liverpool. Saturday, Jan. 3. I3S7 Wednesday, Jan. 7. IRJJ Saturday, Jan. 17 1R57 Wednesday, J an. 21 .l?" Saturday, Jan. 31 1*57 Wednesday, Feb. 4 Saturday, Feb. 14.... 1OT7 Wednesday, Feb. rt 1857 Saturday, March 14 . 1K67 Wednea.lsi, Mar. 4. IJW* Satur<lay, April II IH.W Wednesday, Apnll '^! Saturday, May 9 1R5T We?lnesday, April 28.1W* Saturday, May 23 1RS7 Weducsday, May 27 1W7 Satnrlay, June fi JR57 Wednesday. Jnnnl*.Mjj Saturday, Jnne 8l>. ...inyj Wednesday, Jnne24.1W Saturday, July 4 ia*T Wedneeday, July ? 1**2 Saturday, July It 1857 Wednesday. July 2S l?S7 Eor freight or passage, apply to DWARD K. COLLIN?, No. 56, Wall etraet. New York. BROWN. SHIPLEY A CO.. Liverpool. STEPHEN KENNARD A CO., No. 77, Aaa Friara, London. B. G. WAIN WRIGHT A CO., Paris. The owners of these ships will not be aocoantabe f??r gold, silver, Inillion, specie, jewelry, preeions stones or metals, unless bills of lading ars signed therefor and the vaiue thereof expressed therein. f"b 3 _ SPRING AND SUMMER. 1857. Our new styles of Rendy-nnde CLOTHING f<?r Gentlemen and Boys are now exsoscd ami reeib f?>r sale, embracing large and lieautiful assortments of? Spring Overcoats, Raglans Business. Dreaa. and Frock Coats Choice Styles of Casaimere and Linen Pantaloons Plain and fancy Vests. A c. _ vs??nnCTf?. 1neii '''*? Bener. h c.. and under the management of threeexpc ^ ^ Cntters of acknowledged taste, we ean rlor# infer great inducement* ia at ylea. qnality, and p of garments of all kinds. - ? r* X * ? Goods delivered in all parts " - ANO? FOR RENT AT JQBW f.WJjJt'? batarMoKkaMKlkftt. BW'