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

Newspaper of Evening Star dated November 5, 1857 Page 4
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* crrtToF lNDt-STKY. All.. tto n.n.qf 'jHlyto; wh?y w; , Wjnter.ohe?re.lOy ????. ?Mssttbe aoeiaJ kre, and ?PW fomrs The exe uded idly rave *.ou*i ft,, hardened fingers deck the gaudyJ?Kia? - With??t him Sontmer were an arid wmW, ? Nor to the amnronai months could thus transmit Tboee full, mature. imulessursnis stores. That. wavin? round, recall my waadann^aojW^ merit. o that estates, degrees. and ??o?s Were not derived corrupt;* ; aud that dear honor Were parohased by the merit of the wearer . low m*n? then should oover. that stand bare: low many t<e oonimanded. that eommand : low much low peasantry would then be gleaned "mm the true seed of hone r; and how inucn honor kiok'd from the chatf .and ruin of the times, To be new varnished ! l.>Aafr.?j??arr. LABOR. ^ Come hither, te that press your beds of d?wn. And sleep not: see hint sweating o er his bread Before be eats it. 'Tis the primal ourse. But softeo'd into meroy; made the pledge Of cheerful days, and nights without a groan. ? [C ovrptr. These felicmus untl* lints are from the new poem. "LeoiiiMa," by Fail* Meldred : Some men on Nature's breast have nsver tiurg. A will that mars the small but makes the great, The tamled green massed into purple gloom. Bone b.ood wi.l sauotify the hands that kill. The rose that Mushed and o?uld not paleagain. His vengeance grew divine, and then it died. There light seemed dead, and yet with open eyes. A Tmu with a " RtLimnci Tern* or Mis?."?A telegraphic dispatch from Chicago announces James O. Bray man, an alitor of the Chicago Democrat, wa?, on the *J9th ult.. sen tenced to four years' bard labor in the peniten tiary, for stealing letters from the post office in that city The Chicago Democrat, In mention ing the case, says he was naturallv of a religions turn of mind, and passed most of hts leisure in reading religious iwper* and writing therefor. His habits were abstemious and frugal He had a salary not ouiv ample for his wants?but more than he used. He has been honest and honorable in every relation of life, and yrt he has broken open letter* and taken the monev therefrom The Buffalo Advertiser thinks his stealing propensi ties are to be attributed to insanity or monomania. He exhibited a great deal of method in his mud i>e**. for he always took the letters that had the most uionev in them. IXj* Here is a fact exceeding Kirntuy. The great dry-goods store under the Hotel du Louvre announces, in the editorial column of a journal, that an order has been issued in that store that hereafter the clerks who show ladie* up stairs will invariably precede instead of fol low them. The reader will ask why this singu lar announcement' Because many ladies?you mav he sure they were Americans or English? cot; plain that the clerks followed a few steps l??u,nd in order to enjov certain advantages af folded by tneir hoops' The owners of the store were perfectly right in giving this lesson of po lyenes* to their clerks, but it was an odd adver tisement for a journal. Very large quantities of sajt Lave been re cently shipped from Kanawha fiT* Two servant women were burned to death at Salem, Fauquier county. Va., a few days ag<?. The tobacco crop in the Kaiawha valley, )s unusually large this season. the ladies of a single church in Brook lice, Mas#., have raised S7W? fo: the relief of the poor in that town. ICT Tnirty-twj years ago. Isst Monday, He first conal boat cleared from Buffalo, on the Erie canal LIT" In Paris a boy three years old deliberately stabbed his nurse t j the heart, with a large knife, because siie Lad displeased hiin. fTT" A lady in Holmes county, Mi** , hung herself a snoit time siiiee, from mortification, on account of her husbaud having been caught play ing cards with a negro. u~ A few days ago a relative of tb* laie Sol emon Marsh, of LUcaneid, Ct . was looking ov?r some of h .s old garments, when a hundred dul !ar bill was carefully stowed away in one of his pockets \j~f" At a ha rvest-bome dinner, given by Mr Roper, irt Kent, 38 persons disponed of 1 ?3 lbs of beef ''?emflith pap?r Tuis is nothing. iVe have heard of a s.ngle in ?a disposing oi lJW bbi* N fore dinner. Earl Duumk^pt. an aged German, resid ing in Williamsburg. N Y , during the panic drew out St,too which he had In the savings bank, and after carrying the gold about w;th him for ?veral diys, hid it in a chimney at ni^ht, but some th.e.'ssw uim and stole it. f^T* On Monday, the nth ultimo, John Pow er* shot and killed William Crosier, atMusle gong. Mich Same night Powers was arrested, and on Tuesday c*iged in jail, on Thursday was Indicted, and o'a Friday tried and convicted of murder. U*M?In looking ov?r tb* schedule of articles to be presented to ine different Indian tribes, for which the Secretary of the Interior invites pro po*lis, we observe the item 'tiro nun Ired ilozen traipimg A?ire>." Our hand went up involunta ry :y. to the "place wuere the hair ought to be ? huil'T County T'ligraph. ITT A gentleman from New York arrived at N?w Haven in the express train, on J'riday, and ou leaving the cars, ieft a box containing fclUO in gold, on a seat On leaching the hotel he missed the gOid. and immediately telegraphed to Mr. Harris, tbeconductor, at Meridon, and on the ar rival of the train at that point, an answer was re turned that all was safe. Swokd Bur*us ?It is stated that all the sword blades made tor the English army are the work of four men. threw of whom a*e brothers There i* a secret in the mode of manufacture knowu only by these four, which they jealously guard They select their own assistants, and have the right to discharge then at pleasure, when they do not like them. One of the brothers, at Enfield, makes eight^n blades pe- dav, and h.s average earnings weekly are about S50.' Thk cask is both Cochtbibs.?A report its the London Times alleges that you mav now meet a girl coming out of school?ay, and her In ttruct.esa too?who mav I* able tu state the weight of every mountain in Europe and thespe ctfl.-: gravity of every unneial, and yet be unaule to boil a leg of mutton or hem a pocket handker chief. alie to pass a first-class examination, but unable to perform the duties of a domestic ser vant or a domestic wife. LiTitxt JH"i?erst!tion.?A horrible scene, says the Wetcr O.-r^tte, took place at Hanover a few days ago. on t!.? occasion of an execution Not onU did a large crowd, manyofth?m rarrv ing botiles of orand v. .is??-mble and commit gross excesses, but a numuer of ir.dlv,duals suhj^rt to epilepsy m?hed to the s<*iffold at the momt ut th" ctimiaal ?bead fell to drink the blood, the pop u'*r b?l!ef being that It is a cure fo. epiiepni-, ai:d the executioner readily gave it to them Mckdz* or a Yocv. -Nearly two weeks smcc a yonng and respectable girl, named Allen. w j? tad left her home near ?unfish, O . to visit a neighboring family, failed to return, and ber whereabouts could not be ascertained until last Tn>jr?d4> evening, when her body was found la a ravine a short dutaicefrom where *he was last seen in company w.tli two youug men well known to the police of Wheeliug. 1 pen a post mortem examination it was ascertained that the unfortunate lady's slrull was f.a<-tur-d in a line barkwn d from one e?> to the othvrwhe'hitl Tim**. * arrivals at the hotels. BROWNS' HOTKI..-W H Peyton. Va: C P !.?*+ ,fc Rol",,M>o. Va; TK Hopkins, do, r 1 lor *i,?| family, do; Dr R M I'ril hain and iauv iio u. u * ?-. ? * ?? va, C J Leigh", N c, R Townsend aud Isdv, I>?1. (j Koonse, Va, Price, do; W G Mobile. N ; AG, do; Dr G w Andrews and lady. Pa, J Hariiu^tou. Md; G H Crandell, NY; T Moulton, L'SN; L Biooks, Va, J B Stewart. Pa WILLARDb HOTEL ?J W Grantham Va, Pamnel Walcott, W H Wright. SN; Dr Aichnr, Va, P B Smith. NYk: S Magiaw. Pa. A D Wil liam. Va. W G Vardell and lady, NY; Misses A f and r1 Clarke. Mrs M Bell. SO; G F Elliott, N Y. J II Lyon. H D Mea's, Md, A Dutrbe'. NJ; D P Hortun and l -dv, N Yk. A Gage and lady, Mrs t ?%?>*. Misses Stiekn^r and Harding. SC; P Val ;?nte. Cnhs E MorrllL N II. fG llyde, Gaj D Baussai inn, G H Wiiitney. Md. L* ^ HOTEL, (1. O S^nu t ) ? J II Clem ents^u. DC" li Voo-h-ei.. NV, D Walker. I SN; J T Owin. Md; O II Taylor. A and T Pritrhartte, ?: D Bun-gaidner. G W T Cmith. Va; Dr P J* Thompson and fun. Pa, E Drish. Va; A McFar Und Pa Jonab H White, Va; T W Berry, D C, C F Fadlev. Va " KIRK WOOD I101>E-Ho? W A Lake nnd family. Mise; (' S J*tull. Va; W Low ties. O, Mr? Lownes do, A V Keilo^, T Slews. I'a, H K ?iubl?. 0; G Gibson, ScTTr Dutton, Eug; W JI ? ?B, Md * movements of ocmas steamers". Kgol ms Uhitbo Statbs Xiitmirt. i.tart. for. Dssi. Baltic ^...Ne*r Y?rk...L?v?rpool 7 Persia N'w Vork ..Liverpool ..Novll Arago N'W V*t.. Havre Novll Fton Ktriors. Arabia L?vefpool.. .New York...Oct 31 Glaspow Wla*;w.,. .New York...Oct 31 Hammoris H?int?rg...^w York. ..Nov 1 City W ash'ton.. Liverpool.. .New York. ..Nov 4 Atlantic Liverpool.. .New York...Novll Vanderbilt Havre New York...NovM The California mall steamers leave New York ?a UM Mb aa4 JUtto t4 each oaoatk MUcclUneom. 514 ?EVENTH9tBBET. gfj O ?TI- ? _ ... Offioe Second Story, three door? from Odd Feuowi' Kajsu atul Glasses suited to every Eight; Opera, R?adiug, aud Watchmake. ? Glasses; Teleeoopes. Microsoopes in' greet variety; c?'?mornmic Stereoscopes with news of superior jui'I choice piotareson hand. See adver tisement in National Intelligencer. Testimonials. Norfolk, September 7,1*54. Sib: The Spectacles you made for me suit m( very well, and seem to have improved my sight more than any other I have lately tried. LITT. \V. TAZEWELL. I have tried a pair ef Spectables obtained from Mr. Tobias, and hud thein of great assistance to my sight, and corresponding with his descnptionof their foous. 1 recommend him as a skillful optician. HENRY A. WISE. Pbtkrsbcro, October 21,1854. About ftve years ago, I obtained from Mr. Tobias, in Washington, a pair of Glasses for the spectacles whioh I lined, and found them of great assistance to my decaying vision ; and my opinion of him is, that lie is skillful in the preparation of Glasses for eyes not too far gone to be benefitted by snch aid. J. F. MAY. Lynchburg,November 7,18M. Fmm an examination of Mr. Tobias' Glasses, and from bis observations and remarks, ain oonvinced that lie is a skillful optician. . _ J. J. BLACKFORD, M. D. Lyxchbcro, November 10. 18?<. Mr. John Tobias, having furnished me with Glas ses, by which I have been greatly aided, ( my vision having suffered grently from reading at night in my earlier bfe,> it afford^ me the highest pleasure to say that I consider him a skillful practical optician, and well prepared to aid those who may need his professional services. WM. B. R'hJ/.IK, Elder of the Methodist Conference. Wilmington, N. C., June27, 18S?. Ma. J. Tobias? Dear Sir : i am happy to say that the gpectacle* winch I obtained from you last week are entirely satisfactory. From as? inequality in the visual ran^ce of my '?yes, I have heretofore lttund great difficulty ill Retting glasses of the prwper focal dis tances. It affords me pleasure to state, that by the aid of your optometer this difficulty has been happily obviated, so that the Glasses you furnished nie are decided.y the best adapted to my eyes of any 1 have Very respectfully yours, R. B. DRANE. Rector of St. James' Parish, j Having l>een induced by a friend to visit the estab lishment ot Mr. Tobias lor the purpose of try ing his glasses I was furnished with a pair slightly colored blue, wince have afforded ine more relief and gratih canon than any I have ever t*ied. My sight, origin all? very good, was injured by writing and reading at night, fresuently to a very late hour: but with the aid oft; " glasses 1 can study almost as late as over, and i nat too without the pain I have previous ly suffered. JOHN W 1LSON, I,ate Commissioner Gea'i i.and Office. Dee. 11,18i5. I have used Mr. Tobias's Spectacles for three or four months, and take great pleasure in say ing that I am mucii pleased with tnem. I have been much lienefited by them. GEO. 1*. SCARBURGH. May 5th, IH56. 1 was recommended to Mr. John Tobiasas a skilful optician ; arid as I have cve?of remarkable peculiari ty, I wu gratifiod to find that Mr. Tobias scetned to comprehend them by inspection and some slight measurement and hn has made ine a pair of Specta oles that suits uie admirably. A. P. BUTLER. July II, Ifc*. Washinoton, Aug. R, IS5S. Having been for yeais under the necessity of hav two sets of giasses?one for use in day ligbt, and one for lamp light?I procured one set from Mr. Tobias winch answered l>oth purposes. I have used las for several months, and hud them excellent. EDWAK D ST U BBS, Of Department of State. Mr. J. Tobias. Sir: The psir of Spectacles you furnished me yesterday are particularly satisfactory to me. They are verv decidedly the best I possess, an-1 1 >.m tin- owner of eight or nine pairs, carefully selected in different places and from opticians rec ommended to ine on account of their professional standing in France. Fn?land, and the United SLates. 1 have been a so pleased with your remarks and di rections on the treitinent of the eves, for the pur pose ot preserving ai.d improving the sight Respectfully vours, CH^. CALDWELL, I'm feasor of M. C., Louisville, Ky. Brooklyn Orthopardic Institution, April, 1854. After most careful examination of Mr. J. Tobias's Glasses, I am enabled to testify that their hardness, clearness, polishing, and exact optica! shape render them particularly recommendabie to those whose merely optical impairment of the eyes are in want of such atixi'iaries. I consider, moreover, Mr. Tobias fully qualified to deteinnne the focus of the eye.bolh by his <<p'!cal knowledge and experience, and by moans of his optomet'w. In addition, I can further iUUe tint Mr. rol hi has supplied some of my pa tients with Glasses, to their and my satisfaction LEWIS BAFER. M. p.. Physician and Surreon. Berlin: Member of the Bora! College ofSurgeons, England; Meml>er of flu Medical Society of London, and of the Pathological Society of New York; late Sur itmerth? Royal Orthopaedic Institution of Manchester, England, and Surgeon of the B. O. institution. Nobrole, Va.. July TT, 1854. In the experience of even two sears, I nave found great d.facility in obtaining Spectacles that were ex actly adapted to the weakness of my sight. This yi oonveiueneo Mr. Tobias seems to have removed for the present \<y the substitution for me of better and more suitable Glasses. They ure olear, chrystal-like and comfortable te u;> eves. I would oommend hun to thoso who from a*s or other infirnyty require ar tificial a.J in this way. J. J. SIMKINS, M. D. Wilmixoton. N. C., June 16, IRii. To persons who bave had the eight oftheir Ayes so impaired as to require the use of Glassen, 1 would reoommend Mr. Johu Tobias as a suitable person from whom to obtain such Glasses as they may re ?|uire. as he has suited ine with a pair of Spectacles ? >ra fur and ^ear sight. Mt sight has been impaired very inucli by a service of vears in the Post Offioe Department. which berth required ine to be on dutv from 11 o'clock at nigh! till after day, during which time 1 used but one light. W. A. WALKER. Dkpar [hint or Interior, May ft, iav>. From natural defects and the unequal range of my eyes, I nave been compelled to use glasses for seve ral years. I have tried different opticians without WrtiimilB >1"" i il i" J fi T T i It n my eyes. Four iiiouthe smoe Mr. fobiat, made two pairs especially for me, winch I have found to serve me perfectly. By tne use of hi* optometer he is enabled to adapt f lagaee most inmuteiy to the eve. 1 most oheerfui y recommend Mr. Tobias to all fiaving occasion to use glasses, and bear uiv testimony as to his skill ae an optician. HENRY E. BALDWIN, s? & Ass't Sec'y to sign Land Warrants. Bf No. 537.1 Y THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: In pursuance of the provisionsaf the 3d section of the act entitled "An set to authorize the Presidei.t of the United Sfntts to cause to be snrveyod the traot of land in the Territory of Minnesota belonging to 'he half breeds or mixed bloods of the Daeofali or Siaux nation of Indians, and for other purposes." approved Ju.y I7.1S5*, I. JAMES BUCHANAN, President of tue f. mted States of America, do here by declare and mak?' known that public sales will bo he'd at thu undermentioned land offices in the Ter ritory of Minnesota, at the periods hereinafter de signated. to wit: At fli* land office at Hknoebson. oommenoing on th? eighth d*y ofMaich next, for the disposal of the vacant public lands -itualed witlun the followiug nained townships and fractional townships in the late reserve for the L*vlf-f?re?ds or inixed-bioods of the Dacotaii or Sioux naiK>u of Indians, vix : Xortk vj ikt bait I tut and wrsl of the Jt/lk prin cipal meridian. The unloceted trncts in fractional township one hundred and eleven, of range tan. the unlocated tracts hi fractional township one hundred aud eleven, of rauge eleven. The unlocated tracts in fractional townships one hundred and eleven and one hundred and twelve, of ran-e twelve. 1 h*< unlocated trait* in township one hundred and elnven, and fractional townships one hundred and twelve and one hundred and thirteen, of range thir teen. The unlocated tract* m township one hundred and eleven, and in that part of township one hundred and tt Ive. and fractional township one huiidrnd and thirteeu, within the above-mentioned reserve, of ranie fourteen. TJi* unlooaf ed tracts in that part of townships oge hu wired and eleven and ima hundred and twelve, tlie above-mentioned reserve, of range hftem At the land office at oominencins on ;he hr-.' day of .March next, for the disposal of the public b.nds situated within tlie following iiam^d township* and fractional townships ui the late re serve for t tie half-breeds <?r mixed bloods of the Da cotah or ^ioi:x nation of Indians, viz : .Vor/a cj the las- line and writ of the fifth prin cipal meridian. The uiilomt?vl tracts in that part of fractional township one hundred and ten, within the above mentioned reserve, ol rauge nine. The uulocated tracts in that part of townships on# huiidrnd and eigit. one hundred and nine, and fran tional township one hundred and ten, within the above-mentioned reserve, of range ten; Tlj? onloeated tracts mtliat part of township one hundred and eight, witfnn the slMive-inentioned re serve. ami in townships one hundred *nd nine and one hundred and ten. of range eleven. The unlocated tracts in that part of townships one hundred and en(ht and one hundred &n4 nine, within the above mentioned reserve, ami in township one hundred and ten, of range t welve. The nnlocatetl tracts in that part of townships one hundred and nine and one hnndred and ten, within the above mentioned reserve, of range thirteen. The unlocated tracts in that part of township one hundred and fen, within the above mentioned re serve, of ran^s fourteen. The unloosed tracts in that part oftownship one hundred and ten. within the above mentioned re serve. or range fifteen. Wl'h provisions ef the set of July 17, 1 Hal. herein before refered to. pre-emption claim* win not ??<? allowed to anv of the a!>ove menfiond lair.s until ait ?-r 1 hey have !m*cd offere?l at public sale and become su. j?-et to private entry . The offering of th<- al?ive lauds will be comrneneed on the days appointed, aillj w.j|j pr,>cft><l in the order in which th-j ar?> ail vert isert until the whole shall hare been offerM. and tlie sale, thus closed; but Bo sale shall be kept open longer than two weeks, aud no private entry of any ?f the lands will be ad nutted untili after the expiration of the two wepk* Given under my hand, at the city of Washington tint sixtesnth day of Si pieo.ber. anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and fiHv-seven. JAMES BUCHANAN. Bv the President Twos. A. HrNDEtrgs. Coiiimissiouer of the General Land Office, se 19 taw3m 4 UINK ITALIAN MACCAKONI. ' ? Jest imported, a supply of Dalian Maocarom of tne very best quality. KING * HURCHRLL, oc ta Oor. y?rmi'?t are, and iffn> e?. A PI A NO for ^J7, ene for Hi. and one for ?l*n. forsaleor hire epon reasonable terms. Mnst l?e tak?a at once from the store to make room for JOHN P. ELImS, _ oc5 #W5 T*a. svs . ?ear oorwer lita at? (ET.'Ll1!^ j.fe' H-GREEN GINGER - ??"hkiN GINGER received, arid foe aaleby ? ? KING A BL'RCHELL, v*rni-.?l At/Ann* Rml Hlh alrAss* A L'HURCH ORGAN, 1 PROPOSALS FOR INDIAN GOODS. A fcgtfk??lTO'VifAUWUML T* Ornes Irdiah Amimwkw uuaar.s Soiled Proposal*, endorsed '* PrT?posal? fht Indian Goods," [glass 1.2,3, or 4, as the oase may he.l will l?e received at the Office of Indian AflVrs. Wtm 1m ion Citv, until 10 o'etock, a. m., on ttaiorday, Hi* iilh day of November next, for furnishing gooda for thg Indian department far fulfilling treaty angula tions with various Indian tribea, and for other Indian purposes, aa follows: Class No. 1. Mackinac Blanket*. Cloths, a*d Dry Goods. 3.01V pairs 3-point white Mackinac blankets, to mea sure 6o by 72 inches, and weigh 8 pounds 3,000 pairs 2^-puint white Maokuiao blankets, to measure 54 by ?5 inches, and weign 6 pounds 1,500 pairs 2-point white Mackinac blankets, to mea sure 12 by ? inches, and weigh 6At pounds 1,500 pair* IS point whits Maokinao blankets, to measure 36 by 5o inches, and weigh 4j? pounds 1,500 pairs l-poiut white Mackinac biaHtets to mea sure 32 by 46 inohes, and weigh 3K pounds 300 pairs 3-point scarlet Mackinac blankets, to measure 60 by 72 inches, and weigh 8 pounds 400 pairs 2X-point scarlet Mackinac blankets, to measure 51 by tti inches,and weigh 6 pounds 2?0 pairs 3>?-point gre<?n Mackinac IHaukets, to measure 66 by 84 inches, and weish 10 pounds 400 pairs3 point greon Mackinac blankets. to mea sure 6o by 72 inches.and weifh 3 pounds 400 pairs 2>?-point green Mackinac blankets, to measure 54 by 66 inches, and weigh 6 puunds 200 pairs dVpoint indigo blue Mackinac blanket!. to measure66 by 84 inches,and weigh 10 pound 200 pairs 3-point indigo bine Mackinac blankets, to measure (W by 7.' inches, and weigh 8 pounds 300 pairs point ludigo blue Mackinac blankets, to measure 54 bv 3 ? inches.and weigh6 pounds 200 pairs 3J?-point Uentmella blue Mackinac blank ets,to measurefifi by 84 inches,and weigh 10 lbs. 300 pairs 3 point Uentinella blue Maokinao blankets to measure 60 bv 72 inches,aad weigh 8 pounds 350 pairs2,Vpoint Gontinella blue -Maokinao blank measure 54 bv 66 inches.and weigh 8 lbs. 3 500 yards fancy list blue oloth 2,ooo " " black oloth ?<0 " ** green oloth 4.5<w " grey list Blue oloth 3,500 " uved " blue oloth 3,0C0 " " " scarlet oloth " " ?' green cloth 1,000 pounds worsted yarn, 3 folds 1?0 dozen cotton Ha# handkerchiefs inn " Madras 250 " fadoy cotton * 50 ?? blue silk " 50 " R 4 ootton shawls 100 " 6-4 " 100 "44 " 5>? " 8 4 woollen shawls 1,000 pounds linen threaa 75 " sewing silk 50i? pieces ribandt 130 gross worsted gartering 75 pieces silk handkerohiefs 35,00?J vsrds calioo 25,ooo " ?' Menmac calioo 15,"00 " blue drilling 15,<*? " white ?* ?? i.eoma stripes 3,0i)0 " blue denins 3,ooo " eottonade 15.00 ? ** bed ticking 2 000 " Kentucky jeans 3,fxV? " satinets 10,000 '* plaid linser 5,000 " bleached shirting 20,^00 ?? domestic shirting,(unbleached) 20, oOO " " sheeting, ?* 10,00' " checks, stripes and plaids 200 dozen woollen socks 2,ooo yards flannels, assorted 1,000 pounds cotton threaa fioo dozen spool cotton 300 pound* best Chinese vsrmillion 500 " " American " 1..W " brown Kiilinu twine. No. 30 1,000 " cotton maitro 2.400 flannel shirts 2,400 cat iCo " 10 dozen Canadian belts. Class No.2. R'.ady-Made Clothing. 200 frock ooats, indigo blue broad oloth 59 0 par.t loons, " ** 200 ve,ts, " " loo frock coats, " heavy twilled 100 pantaloons, " " 10!?ve*ts, ?* " 100 Mr.ckimc indigo blue blanket capotes 1 hi hisut sat mr' overcoats, < Mo. 1) l"Osheops gray cioth overcoats loo " " " cats 100 " " " pantaloons | ion black satinet co^ts loo " pautaioons loo " vest s 2iO blue satinet ooats 2?o ** pantaloons $>o ** vests 200 ondet mixed satinet coats ?**? " " ptritaloous 200 '* " vests. Cuss No. 3. Ha'dxrare, Aurirultvrnl hnplr m'.nts, and Ares. 6,iM' pounds in ass kettles J ,(v?t tm kettles, (5 sizes,) StO n^sts Japanned kettles, R in a uest 5" dozen lo-quirt tin pans 75 " 6 " ,l 75 " 4 " " V?i '? 2 " 14 ?*) " butoher knives ym " scalping " 25 M grn flints 50 (truss gun worms 1*) " squaw nw!s )i5 " fish bocks, assorted 3?i dozen h*li lr.os S'fl cross n??edlr? I V> dozen coe.rse tooth omnbs 1?? " fine " ISO ?? scissors 15 " bush seythes 15 " grass 15 " grain ?* 10 " adzes 51 " grubbing hoes 6>i " weeding loo pairs hames 2oo " trace chains l's>log chains fi'iu drawing knives, 10 and If inches in length ' 250 uurers, in equai proportions of 1H, I, sih^H incii 2=*0 hand taws 31 cross-cut saws, 7 feet in length 3i ?? e ?? ?? so dozen hind-saw files 10 " cross-cut saw files 10 " wi.od rasps quarters socke chisels, S. I, and 2 inch 7?> plirx-s, fore and jack 25 <|ozeu shovels 29 " spades csmp kt-ttlos,(3 sizes) 3,'xio short-hamsieil fr> ing pans |0i: dozen lasting spoons 2oo " iron table spoons 2f>> " tin cups 15 " soythusnaths 25 " axes, to weigh from to 5H pounds list ' half axes, to weigh 3vi pound* 70 ' hatchets, to wei<h Impounds 15 " broad axes,ordinary size .*) " zinc mirrors 75 " fire steels ('mis No. 4. Northwest duns. I,ooo northwest ?iins, flint lock 2o0 ?? " percussion lock. Proposals will be receivi-d for the delivery of said goods at Koston. New York, Hhilsdelphia. Balti more. New Orleans, St. Louis, Memphis, or Cin cinnati; but in ooii'idcring the bids, tlie cost of the transportation of thu ?ame to their respective des tinations from the p rices propostd to be delivered will form an element in dfciduut upon the proposals. The right wnl l>e ro?orved to requ re a sreater or less no 'fitify of auy of the artioies nsmod than that spec-.To-d in the above schedule; aid also any others of a different description tliat may be needed, at tho lowest mirket priors. *tu?>ds of American manufacture,of the required styles anil quality, will i>e preferred; but as the sam ple* <1 blai.kets and cloths are foreign fabrics, it will Ijv ueuos.ary, hi proposing a domestic article of either of tnoss kaids, that a sample thereof shall ac company the bid. Tho articles to Im furnished must, in all respeots, conform to and be equal with the samples recently selected, which may Us seen at this office. They will be rigidly inspecteuand compered with tlinsesamples by an agen* or agents appointed for that purpose. Such as iiiai lie unequal thereto iu anv particular will t'e rejected; in which case the contractor will !>e bound to furnish othsrsoftherequired kiudorquali ty within three day s: nr. if that lie not done, they will be purchased at his ex pease. Payment will be made for the goods received on invoices thereof, certified by the a?ent or agents appointed to inspect them. It wili l>e understood mat all bids for furnishing the goods al>ove specified may lie rejected at the op ti<>n ?>f the Department, particularly if mads by one who is not known as a manufacturer of, or rcgulsr ilealer in, the article proposed to b? fu'inshed: winch fact, or the reverse, must lie distinct!) stated in the bids offered; and that the luds of all persons wlioms) have failed to oomply with the oo. ditions of fin> contracts they may have previously entered into with the United States shall, at the option of tb^ Department, lie rejected, in accordance with the letter and spirit of a joint resolution of f'ongross relative to bids for provisions, clothing, Ac , for the use of the Navy. approved 27th March, 1854 Bonds will be required in the amount of the bid for the faithful performance of the oontract, with twoor more sureties, whose sufhcienoy must lie cer tified by a Cnited States Judgeor District Attorney. The proposals must embrace the articles with tlie quantities thereof, as they are arranged in the fore stung schedule, with the pnees annexed to each, in dollars and conts, at which they will be furnished, and the amounts must be carried out and footed up lor each class. 1 hey should bo submitted with the following heading: ? I |or wel hereby propose to furnish for the ser vieeof the Indian department, and according to tne terms of its advertis-meut therefor, dated Ootober 15th, IH57. the following articles, at the prices thereto aifixed. | here insert the list aooording to the class or olas es proposed for,J deliverable in the eitv of I Koston. New Yoik. Philadelphia, Baltimore, New Orltans, St l.oum, Memphii, or Cincinnati, ss the case may he) by the fir?t day of April next, or at such time or times during th* jesr 1854! as may lie ordered by the i ommissioner of Indian Aff .irs; an4 I Inr we] will also furnish, at the same prices, mch additional qiiautni s ofthe same kindsand qualities of goods, and at ?h? lowest market prices, such other artii !es of a diflsront descript'on as mi v be re quir?l for the sei vice of the Indian department dur ior the year lP5ft deliverable as alsive stated: and if * i.: i ? * j * ? - .... . ??!??! |( tin* proposal lie accepted, f here insert the words,'in whole or in part.' if more than one class lie proposed (or,| I |or we) will, within twenty dajs thereafter, execute a contract accordingly, and give secur.ty, sati>lsctor? to the f'ommiM loner of Indian Atfaus. for the faithful porformauce ofthe same." |Here insert whether tne party proposing isor isnotaman ufacturer or dealer in the article proposed to be furnished.] Kach propoHal must also be accompanied by a guarantee, in the following form, to be signed by twe or more responsible persons, whosesnffioisney most be certified by one or more persons personally or of ficiary known to the Department: 'I (or wel hereby guarantee thai the above bidder, forbtddera.) if a contract shill be awarded to him. I or them,1 according to his [or their] foregoing bid or propo?al, will cgecute a con?r?et, ard give se?o rity for th* performance thereof, as pr^senbed in the adverttsemer* for Proposals for Indian Hoods, dated October Jj. 185T; ard I Jor wel a*ree to pey sry and ail tfnmH^ec or losses which the ''nlted States or the Indians may suffer by reason of flulu^e so to do ?n the part of the aaid hinder lor bidders."} No proposal will lie oonsidsred that does not stf ictlv conform to tho tonne and directions of this

advertisement. Jly order of the Seoretarjr of tj^e Isterior: veW-d|l*WawM4Nov LLK8 R. MIX. ? R: ?: B; .JHnsManeom. PWPJ^.Vh^ P^c-p^SrlRE rA OrtiCE SrPMmTWiDMT of Pfblic Pti??TiJto,f Wasbt!*oT?*. Ootnfcer 1st, 18ST. I In piriuuM of tbe provision* of Ik? ' Aot to pro Tide for executing the publio printing," 4c., ap proved Aujtmt aK. IMS, sealed proposals will he received at thia office, in the Capitol, until the first Monday (1th day) of Deoembtr next, at 12 o'clock m.f for famishing the paper that may l>e required for the public printing for the year ending ou the lat day of December, 115*. The aot) oined list apeoifiea,aa nearly as can be as certained, the quantity, quality, and description of each kind of paper that will be required. CLAaa I, 10,900 reams fine printing paper, unealandered. to measure 24 by S8 inches, and to wei?h forty five pounds to the ream of tt aheeta. CLxaa II. 4.000 reama fine printing paper, calendered, to measure 24 by 38 uiohea, and to weigh fifty-six pounda to the ream of 480 aheeta. Class III. ... 5.W) reams superfine sized and calendered printing Kper, to measure 24 by 3? inches, and to weigh fifty? ro pounds to the ream of tflo sheets. Class IV. 9D0 reama superfine Lard-aixed and calendered printing paper, to measure 24 by 32 inches, and to weigh forty eight pounda to the ream of 480sheats. CLAaa V. 1,000 reama auperfine sized and calendered map pa per, of such sizes as may be required, oorre ponding m weight with paper measuring 19 by 24 incite*, and weighing twenty pounda per ream of 480 sheets. Class VI. 200 reams superfine plate paper, (calendered or un oalendered, as may be required.) 19 by 24 inches, and of suoh weight per ream as may be required. The fibre of the paper of each of the al>ove clas ses to be of linen an't ootton, free from all adultera tion with mineral or othersubstanoes.ofa fair white ness. and put up iu uiures of iwenty-four sherts each, and in bundles of two reams each, each ream to contain 480 perfect aheeta. Uniformity in color, thickness and weight will be required; and no bun dle (exclusive of wrappers) varying over o> under five per cent, from the standard weight will lie re oeived, and the gross weight will, in all cases, be re quired. Mixing of various thioknesses in the same bundle to muke up the weight will be couaideied a violation of the oontract. Class VII. No 1?'-VOo reams quarto |n?st writing paper; "o.2?2,ooo reama flstonp writing paper: o. 3? ?00 roams demi writing paper; o. 4?2,o?) reams folio post writing paper; io. fr? 500 re ma medium writing paper; 'o. 6? 50 reams royal writing paper; o.7? 60 reams super-royal writing paper; o. a? flo reams imperial writing paper; io. 9? 100 reama oolored medium iassorted.1 Class VIII. No. 1?5,000 reams writing paper, 19by 26 inches, to weigti twenty -eight pounds per ream. No.i-uvm reams writing paper. 19 by 20 inches, to weigh twenty-tree pounds perrenm. No. 3.?3,ion reams writing paper, 18 by 25 inches, to weigh twenty-six pounds per ream. No. 4.?100 reams writing paper, l?by 22inchcs, to weigh twenty-four pounds per ream. No. 5.?344? reams writing paper. 18 by 18 inches, to weigh twcnt> -two pounds per ream. No. 6?4"o reams writing paper, 12 by 18 inches, to weigh twelve pounds per ream. All the paper designated in classes 7and ? are to be of the best maieri.ils, free from adulteration, and finished in the best manner. The papers in class 7 are to be white or bine, of the regular standard sizes of the respective kinds,and of such weights as may be required by this office: those in class ? are to be white, and of the sixes and weight specified in the schedule. The right is reserved of ordering a greater or less quantity of cacli and every kind contracted far at such times and in such quantities as the publie ser vice nuty require. bach* will be oonsidered separately, and be subject to a separate contract; but bidders may offer for one or more ol the olasses in the same proposal; and the privilege is reserved of requiring a bidder who ma> have more than one class assigned him to take all such classes, or forfeit his right to any class Samples ( not less than one quire ??f nach kind of paper Did for. and but one *?uvple in each kind, must accompany each bid ; and. in classes 7 and 8, be numbered to correspond with the number of the pa per proposed for iu ihat schedule; and. in the first bix olasses, to be properly designated on the sample, or it will not be considered. All proposals ar;d sam ples must lie transmitted to tt<is othce free of post age or other expense. Kaeii proposal must l>e signed by the individual or fiiin making it. and must specify the prio* per pourd (and but one price for caoh) of every kind of pa per contained hi the class proposed for. All the paper in the several classes must be deliv ered at such place or places as mar be designated in Washington City, in good order, free of all and eve ry extra charge or expanse, and subject to the in spection, count, weight and ine.isuremeut of the Su p?nnteadent, and be in in all respects sutiifao tory. Klank forms for proposals will l>? furnished at this office to personsapplying for thein ; ami none will lie taken into consideration unless substantially agree ing therewith. Bonds, with approved securities, will be required; and 'he supplying of an inferior article in any of the c asses, or * iai ure to supply the quantity required at any tune will be oonsidersd a violation of the con tract. Each bidder is required tofurniah with his proposals satisfaetoiy evidence of his ability to execute tneni: and proposals una u com panic d by suol: evidenoe will be rejected. The proposals will lie opened in the manner re quired by law "on the first Tuesday after the first .Monday in December" next, 8th.)at 10 o'clock a. m. at the office of the Superintendent. Proposals will be addressed to the "Superintend ent of tho Publio Printing, Capitol of the United States, Washington," and endorse 1" Proposals for supplying Paper." A. 0. SKAMA.N, Superintendent of Publio Printing, oo 1 2awtDe?l By the prksi/ikntVjf the united STATES: Iii pursuance of law, I, J AMES BUCHANAN President of the United States of Amerce, do hereby declare and make known that pnMio sales Will be held at the urdermentioned land offices in the State of Missouri, at the periods hereinafter desig nated. to wit: At the land office at Platsbcho. commencing on Monday, tne at day of March next, for the disposal of the public lands Within the lollowiug-named townships, viz: North of tht bast line and west of tht the fifth principal meridian. Fractional townships sixty seven, of ranges twenty-fourto forty-three. inalusive. At the land office at Milan, oommencmr on Mon day, tho 8ih day of March next, for the disporal of the public lands within the following named town ships. vix: tfortK of the base lint and irest of the fifth principal meridian. Fractional townships sixty seven, of ranges eighteen to twenty-three, inclusive. At the land oilice at PaLMTKA, commencing on M ondav, the firrt da* of March next, for the dispo sal of the publio lands within the following-named townships, vis: North of the bast lime and west of the fifth prin cipal meridian. Fractional township sixly seven, of range ten. The islands in the Mississippi riv. r, numbered one. two, and three, in fractional townsip sixty four, of range five. The island in the Dos .Moines river, in sections four and mae, of fractional township sixty four, of n-use fve. The istand in the Des Moines river, in seot ions nine, ten, eleven, and fifteen, of fractional township sixty - five, of range six. At the land oflioe at Sr. I.oris, commencing on Monday, the first day of March next, lor tliedisposal of the public lands within the following named townships, viz: North of the base line and east sf the fifth prin cipal meridian. Fractional towusiup thirty eight, of range nine, except the portions covered by private claims. At the land office at Jacxsox, commencing on Monday, the 8th dav of March next, for the disposal of the publio lands within the following-named townships, viz: North oj iht ban lint and tail of tht fifth piin rir-il meriditt*. Y raot'onal township twenty one, tad towsship twenty-fwn. of range one. Fractional township twentv-one. of range two. Township twenty-seven, of range seven. Fractional township sixteen, and township twen ty eight.of range nine. Township twenty-nine, of range ten. Fraotiomil tuwnslup sixteen, of range thirteen. Township twenty four, of range sixteen. North of the base line and t rest of the fifth prin cipal meridian. Fractional township twenty -one, of ranges one to eight, inclusive. Fractional township twenty one. and townships twenty -five and twenty -six, ef rungv nine. At tho land office at Sr*i5r.ri?i), commencing Monday. tho fifteenth day of March next, for the disposal of the publio lauds within tlie followiiig named townships, vis: North of the kase line and west of the fifth prin cipal meridian. Township thirtv. of range twenty-nine. Townships thirty. thirty-one, thirty-two, thirty three. and ihirty-four, ? f range thirty. I^inds appropriated by law for the use of schools, military, and other purposes, together with those " swamp and overflowed lands, made thereby unfit for cultivation." if any. granted to the State fr y the act entitled " An act to enable the State of Arkansas and other States to reclaim the'swamp lands' within th?r limits." approved September 28,1850, will be excluded from the sales. The offering of the ab? ve lands will h<i coinraoiw-cd on the days appointed, and wili proceed in the order in which ihe% are sdvertisexl, until the whole shall have l>een offered, and the sales thus closed; but no sale shnll l?e kept open longer th*n two weeks, and no private entry of any of the lands will l>e admitted until after the expiration of the two weeks. (iiven nnder my hand, at the eity of Washington, this sixteenth day of (September, anno Domini one thousand eight hundred ami fifty seven. JAAIEB BUCHANAN. By the President: Thomas A. Hunt*lens, Commissioner of the General Laid Oflioe. NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. Hver* person entitled to the right of pre-emption to any of the lands within the townships and paits of townships above enumerated is requir<dto es laUisli the same to the satisfact on of the register and reeieiver of the proper land offioe, and niaLt payment therefor at toon as prmetteoMt afteir teeing this notict. and belbratbadav appointed for the tommenoement of thepablie sale of tke lands embracing the traet claimed; otherwise suoh claim ?u b. fc.h.d. TH(m HRN1)RICKS Commissioner of the General Land Of saltMawan JJQU8EKEEPERS, ATTENTION! They srecastof the I-est Pennsylvania malahie ironl and made vary heavy and strong to stand hardknooks and rough usage. For sale only at a. . , . C. WOODWARD'S Metropolitan Stove and Orate Worker, _ _ P?. ?r.. between lotl?* litfi W"?N0C^AH5I?W<?S8if? CHANDISK, Ae.. at tne ona! City ratee. without ?iy charge for Policy, at their Office, corner ^ enth Mrwi and Pennon vauia AveBaa, o?er the ?or charge for Policy. at tlieir "me Tenth Street and Penneyivauia Ave? Washington City 8evin?s Bar>k. i>1EECTORS. . _ Wm. P. Bayly, S?utii> ?!??*?. Joseph Bryan, James F. Hahday, Wm. Orme, ifadeoo Taylor, Eranois Mohaa. M. \V. Gait, enj. Beall. .. JAMESO. MoGl'IRK, Preeident. Geatton D. Hanson. Secretary. a# 11-ly RANKING HOUSE OP H CHUBB BROTHERS, Deposits. ? Deposits reeeived and Cbeoks paid Without charge. llrnlta on the northern seaboard Oitio* reoeiv?d <?n Deposit at per, sod Exohange on Mid Cities furnished to depositors without charge. Interest on Deposits.?Interest will I* allowed on Deposits at such rates as mnj be agr"ed upon. Deposits in Viaoi.iu and Unccrbest Monet. Deposits in Virginia and other Uncurrent Money re oeived to be checked for, payable in same funds, or in specie, we charring the regular Exohange. DisrocNTs.?Notes. Drafts, and Bills of Exchange Will be discounted, and Loans m*<de on Stocks, Bonds, and Securities, at the market r s. Letters or Credit.?Lett* of Credit will be furnished, negotiable in the diff?.-nit Cities of the United States, on Deposit of Money or Collaterals, and interest allowed if Money is deposited, ana charged if Collaterals, on such terms as may l>e agreed upon. Travxlins R'Us or Exchangi?Travelers will be Airmshed witn drafts in such auins as may be de Sired negotiable in the different Cities of the Union. Bills and Letter; or Cv.kdit on Knoland, I is land and Eveope.?Billa of Exchange and letters of Credit on England, Ireland and Europe,furnished at the market rats for Exchange, is sums to aait. Bonds, Stocks, Ao.?Bonds. Stocks, and Seoari tiea paying from b to 12 pr. oent.. always for sale, or bought in the different Cities at a commission of a)f pr. oent. Where Stocks ere bought upon orders, we reserve the right to aall for a deposit of 10 pr. oent on the ooat. Bonds or Stocks will be ordered by tela graph. Railroad, Citt, and Statx Bonds.?Railroad, City, aod State Bonds can be placed in oar hands for negotiation, either in thia country or Europe. Jtmil road Iron purchased for oa?h or with Bonds. Land Waeeant*.?I.and Warrants bought at the market rates. All Warrantr sold by as are f war an tied in every respect. Land Warranta located on oom miss ion. Le.r.d Warrant quotations regularly furnishad if re quosted. Warranta will be forwarded to Western Houses on orders, or ssnt for sale on oommiseien to rasponaibia parties. Real Estate and Insitbanceb.?Real Estate to-tight and sold. n.rid Insurances efleeted. Claims on t nitkd States, Cocet or Cutvs, Congress.?Claims on the United States, before the Court of Claims or Congress, intrusted to us, will be proseouted try prompt and ahie attorneys. CHUBB BROTHER*, Jan 27 Opposite the Treasury. RANKING II O U S E CHUBB BROTHERS. Depositors depositing Bank Notes will please mark their Ch?eks pnyable in currency. Depositee of Gold will l<e paid in Gold. Accounts will be opened with depositors allowing them to deposit Gold ar.d Cheek for currency, the depositor being credited wi'h the difference. se2x-tf CHUBB BROTHERS. |NTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITE8. MONEY to LOAN on STOCK SECURITIES CHUBB BROTHERS, RANKERS. an *7?tf Oppotitf. th* 7V???sry, Medioinat. HP H E 6Jl LATEST ' HE"AGE: I asu v a iji' M HED1 roiLTHE/5--? rXBY Mr. Kennedt, of Roxbarr, has disoov^rad in oce of oar common pasture weeds a remedy that cares SVEkT KIND Or BTKOI, from . Xk* 10OTH Scrofula do ten to a rommon r iwipie. He has tried it hi over eleven hundred cases, and never faned except in two cases, both Thunder Hu mor. He lias now in his possession over one hundred certificates of its value, all within twenty miles of Two bottles are war ran tad to cure a nursing Sore MOnnbto three bottles will enre the worst kiad of P.mplea on the Fuce. A , Two or three bottiea will oiear the system or Bile*. Two bottles rue warianted to oura the worst Canker in the Mouth and Stomach. Three to five botties are warranted to care the worst kind of Erysipelas. One or two bottlea are warrarted to oure all Hu mor in the Eyee. _ ,... Two liuttlea are warranted to cure Running of the Eara and Blstchee among the Hair. Four to six bottlea are varraated to oure oonapt aiK. running Ulcere. One bottle will cure Scaiy Eruptions of the Skin. Two or threo bottlea are warranted to oure the worst kind of Ringworm. .. Two or three bottles are warranted to eara the moat most desperate onee of Rheumatism. Three to four bottles are warranted to enre Salt rheum. ... . Five to eight bottles will enre the worst oass of Scrota la. ? _ __. , A ben-fit is alwaja experienced from the brat bot tle, and a perfect eure la warranted when the above qonatity la taJ.en. . . , Nothing looka so improbable to those who have la vain tn >a ail the wonderful medicines of the day. as that a common weed growin< ?*n the pr.stures, ar.c along old rtnnewal'e, shouldour?-even htftnorinthe STStem : yet it is a fixed fact. If you have a humor, it has to atart. Thera arc no 1 PS aor ANDS, huma tor ha'a about it auitins amne nasei. buttnot youra. I peddled over a thousand of it in the vioiuity of Boston. I know the effects of it in every case. It has already dons s->me of the greatest cures ever one id Mftift&ohuMtts. I ftw it to ohildrw a jeai oid, to oid peopie of sixty. I have seeu p?x?r, puny, wormy-looking children, whose flesh was soft ar.d fial?by,restored to a perfect state of health by one ^To'thoee who are eut<?ct to a sick hsadache, one bottls will always cure it. It gives great relief n catarrh and diziinsss. Some who have taken it had been oostive for years, and have been regulated l>y it. Where the l?d> is sound it works quite easy, but where there is any derangement of the functions of nature, it will oause very lingular fee.ings, but you must not be alarmed; ther always disappear in from four da*s to a week. There is never a ?<ad rs suit from it; on the oontrnrv. when that feeling is gone, you will feel youf?elf like a new person. I neard e.,me of the moat extravagant enoomisma of if that ever man listened to. In my own practice I always kept it atriotly for hu more?but since its introduction aa a genera, family medioine, great and wonderful virtues have been found in it that I never suspected. Several cases of epii<-ptio fits?adiseasewhien was always considered incarnhle, htve l>ew cured by a few bottles. O, what a mercj tf it will prove effeo tual in aJJ cases of thst awful malady?there are nut few who have seen more of it tiian I have. I know of several easeaof Dropsy, all of them aged people cured Ij it. For the various diseases of the l.iver. Sick Headache, I?ysr?p*ia. Asthma. Fever and Ague, Pain tn the Side. Diseases of the Spine, and partieularly in Diseases of the Kidueys, Ao.. the discovery has done more good than any meaioins ever known. _ , No change of diet ever neoesaary?eat the best yoa oan get anrt enough of it. Itirictionf for U*tAdulta one U?Kle-epoonnj' per day?children over ten yeare dessert-spoonful? children from fire to eight years, Ua-spootifsl. Aa no directions oan t>e applicable to all constitutiona, take auAoieut to operat* on the bowels twioe a day. M ANTE ACTT E E 0 IT J DONA LD KENNEDY. arrea Strut. Roxbury, MatrmektuttU. Agents for Washington.?Chas. Stc4t k. Co., Z. GPrnan, Kidwell A iJiwrenoe, J. B. Gardner. Burry A Co., D. Walsh A Co.. F. S. Wslah, J. P. Stooe. Martin King, Nairn A Palmer, Sohwartx A Co..O Boswell, Daniel B. Clark, J. P. MilLurn. Dunbar Dyson, Ford A Bro. Agents f<?r Georgetowa.?R. S. Cissell, O M Lentham, J. L. Kidwell. my f>-1 ? PRIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE ON THE PHISIOLOGICAL VIEW OF MARRIAGE. By M. B. La CROIX, M. D-, Albany, N. Y. 100 pasos and L*) hne Plain and Colorsd Lithographa and Plates. inr PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS.^31 ||^SsaiA?? sfpoitagsis ail rarli *ff*i Union. Dr. M. B. Ia Croix's PhyBiological Visw of Mar riage. A new and revieeo edition of ?? pages and 190 plates. Pnoe 25 cents a copy. A popular and com prehensive treatise on the duties &nd oasualties of single and married life?happy and fruitful alliaaoea, mode of securing thetn-riiifelicitous and infertile onee? their obviation and removal?nervous debility, its os uses and cure, by a process at onoe so aimple. sufe, and effectual, that failure is impossible?^rules for daily management?sn eesay on Sper matorrhoea. with practioa! obeervationsonaaafsr ana mors suooessftil mode of treatment?ereosutionary hints on the evil results from empirical practice : to which is added oommentariee on the diseases of fe males?from infancy to old ase?eseb ease graphical ly illustrated by beautiful clatey. It'points ost the remedies for th?>se aelf i*dieted miseries and disap sointed hopes so un?wrtuns*e!y prevalsut in the ?oung. It la a truthful adviser u? the married, aod those contemplating marriage. I la peruaal la partic ularly reoommended to persons entertaining seoret doSlits of their ph>sioi'l oondition. and who are oon soions of having hezarded the health, happiness and privileges to whieh every human being is ent ltled to. Pnoe 25 cents per copy. or five copies for #1. mail ed free of postage to any part of the United States, bt addressing Dr. LA CROIX, (post paid.) Albany, N?w Vork, enclosing 25 oenta. V. B. Those who prefer may oonsult Doctor |LA CROIX upon any of the diseaaea upon whioh hie book treats, either personally or by mail. Hia medi oines often eure in the short space of six days, ana oomp'etoly and eutirslj eradicate ail traoea of thoee disorders which oonaiva and oubeba have ao long bean thought an antidote, to the ruin of the health of the patient. His " Frenoh Secret" is the great eos t mental remedy for that oiaaa of disorders which na fortunataljr, physioians treat with mareary. to tha irretrievable destruction to the patient s oonstitu tion. and which all the sarsaparilla la tha world oan not onra._ o. a Maiden Laaa. Albany, N. Y MY STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES fcemf aboat tha largaat in this ai*y at ihiiaA* time, and having been purchased before the VH J nae tn Leather, oan he sold at about 15 to Sow ?! per eeut. less than goods purchased at this" ?*r-* ?"rrtaoTiit-m, U11. Iww H*ll. Ps. ?? >*> ?s> swd WS. Sh MEW BUCKWHEAT MKAL. ?V. ?"""lo'" OS it Cor. Vermont are. ax d Mtk st. frtTjjap' Dktotorr. QRANGEAND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD OR _Tw?ee iMilj, (Sunday mcMs excepted.) ktv??i WASHINGTON ClTv aad the MOUTH. vm. jVLKXANDKlA, GORDONSV1LLE RICH Leaves Washmrto* at f o'clock a. ?t. " Washington at 7 o'oiock 9 m. For LYNCHBURG ud* the SOUTH WEST. Leave Washington at 6 o'clock a. *m.. arrive in LYNCH til'KG next morning at 4 a. m., ovnne?i rn^ ??? a ? - ?*- ? v ?? uv? ? hivi Hp ?? ? ? ?????! ww????-. ? ? hk with the train* or the Viraiaia are Twntnni Rati Road fur M KM PHIS. Mail Stages from CUr ottesvule to Lynchburg a distance of* nines. Far* from Washington to Lynohburg. R7.7K. Tbe steamer GEORGK PAGE, foot offteveoth street, being owned by the Railroad Company, ran* in connection with the train*. Ticket* for Lyucbbarg procured ot the Beet. (0"Omi]ibu?iai:il H**c*re Wkinciwilibfkttht Depot of tie Washington oonvey pw sengers and baggage to the Ste?intwi*t. for Atexaa dr.-i. a distanoe of six, ai.owing ample forneals. JAMES A. EVANS. A*art. Alaxaodm.Jaly.ltS7. iy ? t( ^yA^HINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS: From WASHINGTON at ? a. m.. oonaeotiw at Relay with train* for tbe \\ eat. and at Baltimore with those for Phiiadelptwa and New Vork:at &.?< Anm??!n, It bUmore. I*i.. ade.p&ia. aud New York ; at S p. m. for Ba.timore and Norfolk and at Relay with Frederick train. EXPRMaS at 41" r m. at Relay for the Weet, and for Annapolis. Baltimore, Philadelphia, aafl New York. Or. Sunday at 7 a. m , and 4.90 1. m. From BALTIMORE for WASHINGTON at 4.15 and 9.15 a. m.. Sand 5.15 p. m. On Sunday at 4.15 a. in. ana 5.15 p. m, jelMf T. H. PARSONS. Agent. CTBAMER GEORGE PAGE. W HOURS OF DEPARTURE. Leave A .exaodna at 1H. 7fc, ?, l?*f. LaaT^YaahiactoB atC.% 9V. 11*. UK, 4. 5*. 7. ap 2n d ELLIS L. PRICE, Capiat:. N &. EW AND IMPORTANT SCHEDULE. FOR ALL PARTS'OFTHE WEST. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. The reoent extension and improvement of its :e**? in* connecting linea at the West has required mi en tire revision of the running arrangements of '.hia road bv wluoh highly important advantage* to the trav eler are secured. On and alter MONDAY. June 15. 18.97. THREE DAILY TRAINS will le ran ID l>oth direct!""* (or through r>??s#ncer*. First?Tl.e ACCOMMODATION' TRAIN starts from Camden Station. Baltimore, at 7 A.M.,(e*eept Sunday,) st>r>s at way stations and arnve* at Cuiti - l-er'and at 4 P. M. Second?The MAIL TRAIN starts (Sunday sx oepfed) at 8 9' A. M.. and arrives at W heeling at 4 25 A. M.t connecting at Benwo<id with Central Ohio trains for Coiumbus. Cincinnati. Indianapolis, I-oe isville, Chicago. St. Lowi* fte? snd at same plaoe with train* for Cleveland, To.edo. I>etroit. Ac., hr Cleveland Road, and also at Parkersburg with Ma rietta Rood. Third-The ST. LOUIS and CINCINNATI EX PRESS TRAIN leaves daily at 5-?5 P. M.,?on nectinrat Benwood at 9 A. M. with express trains lr<>m Bellaire to Cincinnati. iwtfAe?: rknmtf of Cart at Col* n,but,) and reaching there in 1-at 25 houis from Baltimore and > hour* from Wasnmg ton. It al*o connects directly, in l??th directions, at Grafton with cars br Parkers^urg and Marietta roads for Chillieothe. Cincinnati, etc. Tuese trains oorneot at Xcria for Indian-ipo'is. Chicago mkIS'. Louis, and at Cincinnati wrti the Great Ohio and Mississippi Kxprcss for l.omsvi'ie Cairo and St. ?.ouis through to St. I?ouis 11: less than 45f hours: ron Ba:timore. !1? this train the t\wu to all the centra* and southern p.aees in the West is much lass. whit* the distance 1* from 40 to 1W mi'.e* ?horter than oy the shortest of other route*. From the West these connections are equally close nnd satisfactory, ar riving at Baltimore at fl.3i A. M. JI/" Baggage checked through to all p '.nts. THROUGH TICKETS soM at lowest rates at Caniden Station and at Washin?tont L>. C. Passengers from Baltimore or Washington may view the entire road by daylight, by taking morn ing trains, and lyng oyer at Cumberland or Oak land, and resuming next morning by Wheeling Ac oommodation train, leaving Cuml>erkand at I and Oaktand at 10 JO. FOR WAY PASSENGERS. Ths Cuml?erland Aco* rr.modation Train at7 A.M., will stop at all Stations east of Cumberland, snd the Wheelinc Aooomm<*lat:on at all Station* be??fid CumlteCand lomg West. Eastward!*, the ?1ail Train leaves WhseuEfj at A. M .ami Ac^oinm<> dation leaves Cumber.aud at 9, reaohiug B?.timor* at 5 3" P M. ON THE NOR fHWKSTERN VIRGINIA BRANCH, between Graf>j>n and Parkersbors, way pas^encers witl take the Express westward.y and the Mai! ??*twardl?. The FREDERICK TRAIN starts st 4 P. M . stopping at way stations. Leaves Frederiok at 9.1a A. M., arrivu.r at Baltimore 12 noon. Tne ELLICOTT'S Mil.I.TR AIN leaves at S 45 A. M? and 5.T& P. M. Leaves Eliicott's Mills at 7 A. .\I. and 7 P. M.? except Sunday. FOR WASHINGTON AND THE SOUTH. Leave Baltimore for \\ ashing ton st 4.16 am! -.15 A. M., 3 and 5.15 P. M. On Sundays at 4.15 A. M.. and 5.15 P. M.only. Leave Washington for Baltimore at CandtjnA. M.and Sand 4.2^ P. M. On Sundays at 7 A.M., and 4 20 P. M. only, Ths first aud fourth trains from Ba timore, and the sesond and fourth train* from W aslnngton. wili he 5xpre*s trail trains, stopping only at >Vashingtoa unction and Ai:napo!is Jnnctior.. The 9.15 and 5.IS tnijn* fiom Ha'timore and the t.Si and 4 2" trains from Washmcton connect with tha trams from Annapolis. ? For tickets, information, fare. Ac., apply to J. T. ENGLAND, tbe Ticket affio*. Camden Station. W.M. S. WOODSIDE. jy IS-tf Master of Tranaaortatiwu. Baltimore. HPHE PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COM 1 PANT. One of the of this Compsry, oarryln* the l otted States Maiis for a CA PTTI (?. . CALIFORNIA, and OREGON, leaver Panama twise encb month, on the arri ? valof the United States Mail S. S.Company'ssK er*. winch leave N?w Orleans and Ne* S ork rega larly on 5th and 2fHh of each mooth wirh the mails, and passengers oonnectirg via PANAMA RAIL ROADS. These steamships have been inspected and ap proved by the Navy Department, and guaranty tp-td and safety. The Panama Railroad (47 mues long) is new 00m Eieted fr->m ocean to ocean, and is crot -e l in 3 or 4 ours. Thehnggateof passenger* i* checked 1a N-w York throunD to San Franoi^oo. an?i p**senrer* are embarked at I'arama h* steamer at the eompunr's expense. The money paid m New York 00vers s.l expenses of the trip. Reserve steamers are kept in port in Panams and San Fraacisco. to prevent detention in case of acci dent, so that the route is entirely reliable?no fail ure havinc oocurred in eight years. Passenger* leave Pruuima the same day they ar rive at A?pinwa:i. Conductors go throueh by each steamer, and taka ehargs of women and cniidren without other protec tors. For throueh tickets at the lowest rates appiiat the agency, 177 West street. New York, to 1. W. R A Y MON I?.?or to ARMSTRONG. HARRIS A CO., New Orleans,- or Jy 24 tf C. L. BARTLE I T. Boston. I^HE NEW YORK AND LIVTRPOOL UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. Tht Skiri etmretin lAii Ltai mrt: The ATLANTIC Capt. Oliver Eldndga, The Ba LTIO Ca^t. J?*eph Constock The ADRIATIC Capt. James West. These ships having been imilt by contract expressly for the Government serv oa.every care has been takea in their oonstruciion, as also m their engines, to ia sare strength and speed, and their aocommodstions for passengers are aue^uailed for eleganos and 00m fort. Pnoe of passage from New York to Liverpool, ia Crst cabin, f ISO; in second do., #75: exc usivesseof extra eiae slate rooms. ?325. From Liverpool to New ^ ork, 30 nr.d 2" guineas. An expeneaood Sur geon attached to each ship. No berths can be secured until paid for. The ships of this line have improper water tight bulk heads. PROPOSED DATES OF SAILIN9. FROM WKW ton. | raoM LIVRSrOOL. Saturday, Juna *>.. ..i?S7; \\'edi>es<iay, June >4 I tin Saturday, July 4 1W7 Wednesday, July ?. JfcST SatuHay, July 1?...V1?*T Wednesday. Jnly ft U97 Saturday. Aug. I 1M7 We.lnes<lav, Aug. 5 1*e? Saturday. A uk. 15 JftT: Wednerilay, A u?. 19 1B5T Saturday, Sept. IK ...)WT7 Wednesday , Sept. I 1*57 Saturday, Sept. 28....1&57 Wednesday. Sept. Srt.lnM Saturd-iy, Oct. 1<? 1&5J Wednesday. Oct. 14 )?57 Saturday, Oct. 2? 1S57 Wednesday. Oct. a 1 Ml Saturday, Nov. 7 1?*t' We?lnesday, Nev. 11 1r<*t Si.tnrday, Nov. 21 1*9: Wednesday, Nov. T> 1*fT Saturday, Dec.5 1#97 Wednesday , Doe. 9 isw IWodaeaday, Dee. as l?9l For freight or paasace, asply to EDWARD K. COLLINS, No. ft, WaU Mraet. New Yors. BROWN, SHIPl.FV A CO., Ltvereool. STEPHEN KENNARD A CO., *y, Aaetia Friars, l/omion. B. G. WAINW RIGHT A CO., Pans. The owners of these ships will not be aoooaataNo for cold, silver, bullion, speoie, jswelry, preotoss atone* or metals, untoss bills of lading ar* agned therefor and the value thereof expressed therein, je 15 JJNITED STATES MAIL LINE ONLY REGULAR LINE air? wtt?ott r4.11.rxK foe xiGiT tears, roa CALIFORNIA AND OREGON ? IA PANAMA RAILROAD. Rttmtor Smiling Da\f,Stk t?tk af tack month. Carry?*.?So many fraud* and imposi tions of various kinds hare ?jssn , ---- ^travellers hoaad toCAl.r SUUm, f '-?RNJA, that the sabMiiher. the osIt authorised *?I*nin t' Line, via Pans *ltl of New York, frHs it his dnty to oeation all persons seHrnig pasaags to Calif?>rr ,*, that, t ? svoin iweosTTiow. they must be aarvfa! to ind the'rac ottoe of the Steamships of the IT fi. Mad l.i -a, vis PausiiM. Kailrosd. ss no othsr uftrs in 1 ??rk it autboriMd to ?urait m>hh The Coin par. it* have only one office in New Y??rk, Which 11 st 17? wf *trwt.cornrr of \V%rr#n itfMts a ^s Wharf' I>,ort,, R"r<>r',u th?b?ad of the Co? IIT Otoaervs mj sytn over the door