Newspaper of Evening Star, 14 Ocak 1858, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated 14 Ocak 1858 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. BOOK BORROWING. They are few who cannot sympathize with the ? pint which prompted the following humorous line*, by Thomas Hood: How hard, when those who do not wiah To lead?that*a lose?their book*. Are soared by anglers?folks and hsh With literary hooks. Who anil and take some favorite tome. Hut never read it through; rhey thus oomplete their set at home Hy making one at you. 1, of my "Spenoer" quite bereft. I A?t winter s<>re wis shaken: Of "1 junb" I've but a quarter left, Nor oould I say my "J*aot>n. They picked mv "Leak*.'' to ma far mere Than "ilrainalTe" patent worth ; And how my losses f deplore. Without a Home on earth. E'en Glover's work I eanuot put My frown hands upon ; Though ever since I lost my "Foot?," .My l*Bnnyan" has been gone. My life is wastmg fast swij - I suffer from these shocks; And though I've hx ed a look on "Gray," rhere s gray upon my looks. They still have made me slight returns. And thus my grief divide; r or oh ! they ve cured me of my "Hums," And eased my "Akenside." But all I think I shall uotsay. Nor let my anger burn tm as they have not my "Gray." They ha?e not left my "Sterne." A CvBiots Cask or AiDrciios.-Aliqut one year ago. In J*t. Louis, a German girl, live years of age. mysteriously disappeared from Its par ents, and all efforts for it* recovery were vain. A few days ago, the mother of the lost one notic ed, while passing through the street, a finely dressed child, playing with a numiier of others, and almost immediately recognised as her own. She took lier hoine and learned that she bad been taken away in a carriage to a family in the coun try, who Lad kept her and treated her kindly. The morning of her recovery she bad been brought to the city in a carriage, in which she was left while the lady, who accompanied her, went to visit a store. Sb? left the carriage to play with some children, at the time her mother fortunately passed The a(T\ir has a curious air of romance, but the St Louis papers vouch for Its actual occurrence. U37" The Kentucky Democratic Convention has endorsed the President's policy in regaid to Kansas, fllibusterism, Ac. \rr The board of directors of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal have resolved to remain in office until their term expires, in June John P Jewett A Co., the Boston pub lishers. having adjusted their financial troubles, resume business. C^The Israelite, the Jewish paper of Cincin nati, Is urging th? establishment of a female sem inary conducted in the faith. A physician ones advised Sydney Smith to "take a walk upon an empty stomach." "Whose stomach .'*' asked the wit. lET" Some of the journeymen cigar makers in Philadelphia are on a strike, to enforce cash pay ments for their services, instead of due bills, payable when all the Banks resume specie pay ments. ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS BROWNS' HOTEL ?Dr A M Brooke, Md; A L Middl-ton. do, K M Hoe, NY; J Light body do; H Sparry, do, J W Pitch, do; T F Johnson Md; J D Cooke, do. H C Moler, O. R Richards. Va; T E Day. do; B M Rhode*, Md ; D W Mc Clearv, do; C H Old. do: S K Silleck, Mo; H Bolton. Md; J C McDonald, Va. J M McCue do C H Jones, d?. C L Jones and lady, NY; T R Warring.SC, J Kennedy and lady, Ga ; H D Finggo, do; A Hoen, Met ; A Weidenbach. do ; A Graham, Va; E B Pond. NY ; F Kessara, do; W R Mason. Va; R B Carpenter. Ill; S H Heard HC; G A Frierson, Ka; Capt E G Baker and lady NY; Dr J C Hill, Va ; W T Willey, do; John Thornley. Pa; J Sailer, do; J C Baldwin. NY; J T Moore; T Sinclair, Pa; J Harris, Md; Hon A Plunier, Pa; R J Ilaldemati, do; D Stontter, Mo; Miss M Poole, do ; L S Ecker and lady, do; W W Aten, Mo; Mr Hoage, Va; D II ricott, Pa; J Hugbes, do; M Gordon, do; T Wbiticomb, Ark; W1LLARDS' HOTEL ?Capt Th J Woods, t'SA; G r Evans and lady. NV;R J Smith, N J; XV H Peters. Va; W E McMasters, N York; S M W yng, Ga, G T Walter, Pa; J F Chares and ly. Cai; H H Dent, Pa; H A La Trobe, S Car; J B Guthrie. Dr J McElberan. Dr J Bvrne, NY; J C Holmes. Vt; TT Collier, NY; D L Pratt. Md; Dr Cohen, do; S N Carvallos, do; P S Ely, N Yk; M Moore, S Banter and lady,aG T Bogert and lady, C Bovert and lady, NY; J S Mead. Ill; Juo Fra ?er. Mass; 8 B Stoue and lady, E T 8tarr, N Yk; M R Dillon, do; F Gottsberger and lady, do; F Eddison, Eng; Mr Rice and lady. Md; J S4Green, Ma?s, A E Burnside, R I; W Williams. Judge Clinton, C McKibben, T Thatcher, R T Shaw, M B Bryan, A Leary, F Alzamora, T Roosevelt, S W Harved, NY; H C Thatcher and ly, Mass; C O Flynn, Mich; T Maple, If.. UNITED STATES HO". EL ?J D Murphey Md. 7. B Brooks, do; J V . ry. do; Rev Mciveev, er. Pa; J B Bjown. Va ^Col D II Wadd-ll, W II Lodson. NY; J M Sr.iitn, do; H S Hamilton. Pa; W M Simpson, Aid: Dr P H Hall. Va; J M Mountt do; J R Carter, do; T G Barge, Fa; W H Reed Va; W N Roach, do; R D Seaman, do; A Bailey. NC; S Ilardaway, Va; Dr S Turner, do: T Rupeil, NY; J 11 Taylor, do; J H Gleason and lady, do; M Can by. Del; 1. H llart, Pa. S L Norris_ NH; W Btebe, NY; F. Beebe. do; J H Dubie, do. KIRK WOOD HOUSE ?J D Cooke, MV; TF Johnson, do; J 1. Jeuning, Va; Miss A Janie>. do; M,ss M P Boner, La, R White, Pa; F W Oreeue. O; T Cunningham, Pa; C Carter, do; D Watson, do; J B Williams. NY; H Brown, do; h M Wilson, Va. W E Sinn. Md; S D Watkins, Va. J N Sreel-. NY, T CaMwd do; H F Wil link, Ga; J Jamison, CW; F Thompson, Md; R T Shaw. N Y. NATIONAL HOTEL?Col O Bowie T 11 Bowling, L VV B Hutchln*, Md; Conway Robin son, G A Myers, W B Myers, Va; T Marbtiry. E O Brown and ladv, Mass; J R Brook. Md; J J Dull, Pa, G R Riddle, Del; G W Chase, NJ; E Dee ring, J Rhynas. Me; Dr E Hallowell. Pa; Dr W A Hammond, U !* A; C Richmond, Mich; S Evans, jr. NH. A W Buel. Mich; WASHINGTON HOL'SE.?A G Hatfield, Pa; G S Ho4|th. Kansaa; J Clarke, Cal; J Thompson, H{G Thompson, N Yk; VV Phelps. W B Howell, Mo; J G Haskell, W H Homey n, NY; H J Ja< k son and lady, Tenn; H S Barringer, Ala; W R Sullivan N York, N P Rogers, Mass, A J small, England. OCEAN STEAMERS1 SAILING DAYS Feom tmi United Statu. Suamtrt. Liavt. For. flsyt. Persia New York...Liverpool...Jau fi A 'ago ...New York... Havre ......Jan 9 Niagara Boston Liverpool.. .Jan 13 Baltic New York...Liverpool...Jan 16 Kiom Kt in ft. Atlantic Liverpool...New York...Dec 23 Africa Liverpool...New York...Dec North America. Liver pool... Portland .... Dec 30 Hammoma Hamburg ...NewYork...Jan I Kangaroo Liverpool...New York...Jan 13 The California mail steamers leave New York ?a the 3th and 4Kb of ear h month O O K S ! HOOKS" GIFTS .'?GIFTS "?GIFTS!!.' ' B PHI LBRICK'S THIRD ANNUAL SALE nuw open at y?. 470 ftssjy/rasia artnmt. fir*t door east Lnilai t>taIt* Hotel. Onr STOCK OF BOOKS eonsists of several tnonsand volumes, embracing the choicest Kuropeaii anil Ameriuan Literature, which wiii be sold st the pobiisber's lowest prices, and many of them for less, and a* BEAUTIFUL PRESENT will be mvle iimmediately after the sale'to each purohaserofa Bo<>k for which we receive 41 and upwards. Our PR Kf*KNTJ* consist in part of? Gold and Silver \Y atches. Gold Lockets, Braoe lets. Armlets, ('hams. Cameo, Gold-stone and Mo ?wc Pins and Drops. Studs and Sleeve Buttons, ?iold \V atch Keys, Cuff Pins, Pens, Penoils, Rings, A. ?? S7?i worth nf Presents will be given away With eaeh thousand Hooks sold. Cata oguesi of Bo..k* can l>e obtained at the store ladies and gentlemen are invited to aall and ex amine our stock of Books and Presents Sales Day and Evening. IM-W J. PlilLBRlCK. Agent. UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE. Waihi.igtoS, January Rth, 1MB. On the petition o| Chas. Good>ear. late of Rox bury. Conn , praying lor the extension ol a patent It ranted to hi in ou tne ???), ?.f March, 1844, for an im provement in "India Rubber Fabrics" for sewn vears from the ezpira ion of said patent, which takes plaoe on the 9th day ol Marvh. I Aid. It is ordered, that the said petition be beard at the Patent Otfion on Mondaj, the 8th of March next, at 12o'clock, rn.; and all persons are notified toap rear and show cause, if any they have, whv said pe ition ought not to be granted. Persons opposing tne extension are required to hie in the Patent Office their objections,specially set forth in writing, at least twenty days before the day vt hearing; all testimony hied by either party to be ?sed at the said hearing must be taken and transmit ted in aooordaroe with the rules of the offioe. which will lie fnrniahed on application. The testimoii* in the case will l>e closed on tbe 83d of February ; depositions and other papers relied upon as testimony must t-e filed in the office on or be fore the morning of that day ; the arguments, if any. Within five daystherealtar. Ordereil. alMi. that this notioe be published id tbe Ev?mn? Star, Washington. D. C.; and Daily News, New York, onoe a week for three successive weeks previous to the Vth <>t March next, the day of hearing. JOSh PH HOLT, Commissioner of Patents. P. S. Editors of the above papers will please oopy, and send their bills to the Patent Ollioe.wiih a paper ooataimng this notie*. >an8-law3w ORIENTAL NAIL POLISH, giving a hwutifnl iustre to the linger nails, at QJ0BS S Hair Sl"re, wear 13tJj strsst. Pa. ave. " 3 1? ?m FUno work STraVEN, BACON* CO.'S FI??!S' r>AN<5?.i?t ?".?<! ? <??, W?reroom?o(w G MKT7EROTT. hand Pianos for sale cheap. n *?-? ?UNN8 * UUKKK'S ^ ($p9fl HALLETT, DAVIS A C?.t^ * f I' C ELK R RATE /> HlANft FORTES, Constantly receiving and for tale only by JOHN F. ELLIS, 306 Pa. av., between !?th and loth ats. Purchasers will hiul a to their interest to examine (or themselves the superior qualities of the above Pianos. Stools, Covers. Melodeona, Ao., Ac., aJso on hand. n 16-tr f^oLl) MEDAL PRKMIUM ll PIANO FORTES, williaIvTknabe, (Senior partner in the late hrm or Knaee. Gaehle A Co., Continues the mauuiaotureand sale of grand and square PIANO FOK I'ES, under Wis name??^ of William Knabe A Co., at the old stand.K^HbI Nos. 1, 3. 5 and 7 North Eutaw street op 'lllii posite the F.utaw House, Baltimore. Th?y have also just opened a new Salea Room at No Baltimore street, between Charlea and Light streets, on the premises partly oocupied by Mr Henrr MoCaffery as a musio store, where they will kef p constantly on hand a large assortment of plain and highly-finished grand and square Piano Fortes* also, Melodeona, from the beat makers, from 4 to 5 octave, some with double key boards, double reeda, and stops to suit small ohurohea. Bwng extensively engaged iu the manufacture of Pianos, we will sell wholesale and retail, on the moat literal terms. Our Pianos were awarded the highest premium (gold medal)at the Fairs oi the Maryland Institute two successive years?Ootober, 1IS6. and 1856?in op position to fourteen and eighteen pianos from some of the best makers from New York, Boston and Bal timore. We were also awarded the first premium at the Industrial F.xliibition h?*l?l in Richmond, Vir ginia, l&Vi and 185K. They have also been awarded the highest premium tsiiver medal) at the Metro politan .Mechanics' Fair lor 18.57. In addition to this we are in posseaaion of teatimo mala from the moat distinguished professors and amateurs in the oountry, winch can l>e seen at our warerooma, speaking for themselves and others of the high appreciation in which our matruinenta are ever* where held. Ail instruments are guaranteed for five years, and a privilege of exchange is granted within the firat sij mouths from the day of aale if the instruments do not give entire satisfaction. Wholesale dealers will find it to their advantage to give us a call before purchasing. Pianos exchanged, hired, ard tuned. marl*-lr WJVL KNABE A CO._ THK MUSIC OBPOT OF W. G. METZE ROTT, corner of Eleventh street and^aggj^Q Pennsylvania avenue, is the largest andf ?""uryyl onlr complete Musical Establishment in" ? ? * " the District of Columbia. Bacon, Raven A Co's and RosenkranEe's oele brated PI ANOS are always on hand in great varie ty: also. Prince's superior MEI<ODEON9. Together with an immense stock of Musical In st rumen's and Sheet Music of every description. Pianoforte tuning exeoutod by Mr. Rebitie. d 9-tf Insurance, do. G w OLD AND SILVER PURCHASED AT THE BEST RATES. FOREIGN BILLS 6TEXCHANGE SOLD, ON THE PRINCIPAL POINTS IN EU ROPE, IN SUMS TO SUIT. GOLD CURRENCY, AND VIRGINIA M0 NEY ACCOUNTS, WILL BE OPENED FOR D FPOSITORS, PAYABLE TNSAME FUNDS, OR IN GOLD. CHARGING THE CURRENT RATES.?CHECKS MUST BE MARKED ACCORDINGLY. SIGHT DRAFTS ON ALL THE PRINCI PAL CITIES OF THE UNION. SOLD IN SUMS TO SUIT. BONDS AND STOCKS SOLD ON COM MISSION. UNCURRENT MONEY BOUGHT AND SOLD. LAND WARRANTS PURCHASED ATTHB HIGHEST RATES. SWEENY, RITTENHOUSE, FANT A CO., d 4-Jm Bankers. rpEN PER CENT. INVESTMENT. Corporation Bonds of the City of Daver.port, Iowa, paving 10 per cent, interest by Coupon in New York. Bonds of $500 each. The growing city of Davenport has now at>out 20,000 inhabitants, and is rapidly increasing in wea'th and population. Ita municipal debt is only $I59,?"00, and its railroad debt only and canuot now t>e inoreased. The statistics of the citv were published in the Intelli gencer of the 3>t It September. W7e reoommend these bonds, believing them to be as sale as any State or aity bonds. ocH CHl'HB BROTHERS A8Hl?NGTOI\ l\SI!H ANCE COMPANY, CHARTERED BY CONGRES8 Capital ZZ tano,ooo !!? Thia Company ta now prepared to reoeive 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. Director*. Wm. F. Bayly, Sam a el Bacon. Joseph Bryan, Jamea F. Hniiday, W m. Orme, Hudson Taj Lor, Francis Mobun. M. W. Gait. Berq. Beall. JAMES C. MoGUIRE, Preaident. Sxaftom D. H*n?on. Secretary. ap ll-ly l> ANKING HOUSE OF ? CHUBB BROTHERS. Deposits. ? Deposits received and Cheoka paid Without charge. Drafts on the northern seaUiard cities receive<i on Depomt at par, and Exchange on said Cities furnished to depositors without charge. Interest on Deposits.?Interest will be allowed on Deposits at such rates as may be agreed upon. Deposits in Virginia and In<urrknt Monet. Depoaita in Virginia and other Uncurrent Money re ceived to l?e checked for, payable in same funds, or in apecie, we charging the regular Exchange. Discounts.?Notes, Drafts, and Bills of Exchange will l?ediscounted,an<t Loans made on Stocks, Bonds, and Securities, at tke market rate. LxrTKKc or Crkdit.? Letters of Credit will be furnished, negotiable in the different Cities of the United States, on Deposit of Money or Collaterals, and interest allowed if Money la deposited, and charged if Co.iaterals.on such terms as may beagreed upon. Traveling Bili.s or Exchange.?Travelers will be furnished with drafts in such sums as may l>e de airod negotiable in the different Cities of the Union. Bills aid Letters or Credit on England, Ire land and Europe. -Bills of Exchange and Lettera of Credit on Fuglan t, Ireland and Europe,furnished at the market rate f< r Exchange in sums to suit. Bonds, Stocks, A<-.?Bonus, Stocks, and Securi ties paying from 6 to 12 pr. cent., always for sale, or bought in the different Cities at a commission of aK pr. oent. Where Stocks are bought upon orders, we reaerve the right to call for a depoeitof 10 pr. oent on the ooat. Bonds or Stocka will be ordered by tele graph. Railroad, Citt. and State Bonds.?Railroad, City, and State Bonda aan be placed in oar handa for negotiation, either in thia country or Europe. Rail road Iron purchased for cash or with Bonda. Land Warrant*.?I>and Warrants bought at the market rates. All Warrants sold by ua are gmarmn f?<4 in every respect. Land Warrants located on oommission. Land Warrant quotations regularly furnished it re quested. Warrants will be forwarded to Western Houses on orders, or sent for sale on oommission to responsible parties. Rral Estate and Insurances.? Real Estate bought and sold, and Insurances effected. Claims on United States, Court of Claims, Congress.-Claims on the United States, beforethe Court of Claims or Congress, intrusted to us, will be prosecuted by prompt and able attorneys. CHUBB BRtrfHERS, Jan 77 Opposite the Treasury. Banking house ? or CHUBR BROTHERS. Depositors depositing Bank Notes will please mark their Checks payable in currency. Deposites of Gold will lie paid in Gold. Account* will I* opened with depositors allowing them to deposit Gold and Check lor currency, the depositor being credited with the difference. s? 28-tf CHUBB BROTHERS. |NTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITED. MONEY to LOAN on STOCK SECURITIES CHUBB BROTHERS, BANKERS, ian 77?tf Oppotitt ikt Trtatury, NEW PUBLICATION.?"Historical and Lega Examination of that part of the Supreme Court's decision in the Dred Soott case which de clares the unconstitutionality of the Missouri Coin - a * ?!.. ??I r ' -? - ... tmyy i? ?v?S? ?A V/ *?? iSOW I UHj I Wf ? The above work just issued from the press, for sale at the well known stand, Oonier of \y% street and Pennsylvania avenue. Stereotype edition. I>eauti fuily printed on e'eau new ty oe. fine white paper and with best black ink. Bound in black clo'h and gilt lettered. Done up in a durable form for permanent use. Prioe $1. This work is what its title purports to he, an ex sm,i,at ion of (what the author deems to lie) the po litical part ofthe Court's opinion, avoiding any no tion of the mdicaJ part, whioh related to the perao/t&l claims ofthe parties on reoord. It is writen in a spirit of entire devotion to the matitutiona of our country,and with total abstinence from all party views. The authors own words are: *'I write for no party, but for all men who venerate the woika ofour snoestors, and who wish to see our Governmeut kept on the foundationson which they placed it." (p 130.1 And it is Itelieved that this pledge has l>een kept in the work, and which is considered, hv com petent judges, as the moat original and profound of sll the suthor's works, and so treated as to present new views to the oldest readers, and in fact to ap pear as a new work on a subject supposed to have beed exhausted. JOS SHILLINGTON, Bookse ler, Odeon Building, corner 4k st. d 14-tf and ra.av. THE PRACTICE OF THE I'OI'RTS OF Justice in England and the United Elates, by Conway Robinson. Vol I.?As to the plane snd lime of a transaction on firoceedings : treating ohiefly of the oonflict of aws a n't the statute of limitations. Vol. 2.?Treating of Ihe sul>jeot matter of personal aotions : in other words, of the right of action. rnj. *? FRANCK J A VI,<>R. XlsMllantova. ST8A*A1S?N.EK/$m/.w f?? Nm DiriiTHHT, > December Skal*t> P*oposals. endorsed " Proposals for Steam Machinery for Screw Hropeller Sloo? of war." will he reoeived at this Department until 1 o'clock, the 20th of January, 1858. for the complete construction of the steam machinery and append axes, and placing it on board a screw propeller stup orwar building in the United States navy yard at Bostoa. * The offers must be for a specific sum for putting the whole in sucoessfut operation : must include aU patent fers for any arrangements that may be pro posed ; state the time in whioh the work will be oumpleted. and be acoompanied by the usual guar antee required by law. The name of the establish ment in which the work is to be executed must be ?tared. The details of the design and arrangement of the machinery wiil be left with the party whose pro position ma> be accepted as combining the greatest number of advantages, keeping in view simplicity ol construction, readiness or access for adjust ment when in operation, and not being subject to de rangement in the working parts ; it being the object ol the Department to ohtain the most speed and power with the most economical e .nsumption of fuel, and the greatest stowage of coal which (tea ?pace available lor that purpose will admit. '1 he boilers to be of iron, with teiesoopic smoke pipe, which must be placed at the greatest practica ble distance from the mainmast; the propeller, with the connexions for hoisting, to lie ot ooinposition? the machinery for hoisting, for pumps,apparatus for ventilating, and appurtenances of all kinds neees** ry lor the perfect working of the whole to be of the most approved kinds. The coal-bunkers, shaft pun sage, two sthwartships iron bulkheads, a distilling apparatus for fresh water from which can l>e made not less than at*) gallons per day ; all the tool* and duplicate pieces necessary and satisfactory for an emoient cruising steam slup-of war must be in cluded in the proposition, and a list of them must be ftu wished. The wood and carpenter work (except the bonne out the dead wood for the shaft) necessary to ad.ipt the vessel lor the reoeption of the machinery, boil er*, and appendages. will be provided at the expense of the Navy Department, and it will permit the use of suoli facilities as it may have for hoisting the hea vy machinery on board. For tlie accommodation of the entire steein ma ohinery and the fuel there wfil lie allowed in the body of the ship the entire spaoe under the berth deck, commencing at 20 feet alwlt the main-mast. and thence extending forward a distance of 56 fe*t. ithin this space it la expected to oarry ooal for II days full steaming, the daily consumption of which the bidder will state in his specifications and the weight of the machinery, water in boilers, shaft, propeller, ai.d appendages, with the tools and spare work, must not exoeed 3in tons, of 2.24ft pounds. The distance from the aft side of the main mast to the aft side of the forward stern post willbealiout 9.5reet, and the distance between the forward and the after stern-post will be7 feet; the depth from the load water-line to the top of the keel under the propeller will he 14>* foet. Steam-engine manufacturers whodesire to bid mn obtain a copy of the section of the vessel upon making application to the department. The proposal must be aooomearned by full speeifi oations and general drawings, having the posnion of the centre of gravity of the machinery, boilers. Ac., marked on them; giving also the capacity of the steam cy linders and area of foot ami delivery valves, *nd of air pump and outboard delivering valves] ?p*cn for steam above the water-line in boilers, the hre and grate surfaoe; also the diameter, pitch, sur face. and kind of propeller.and other principal points, that comparisons can readilv be made. There will also be given the estimate of the weight of engines, boilers, water, bunkers, appendages, tools,and spare work, in tons of 2,240 pounds. The terms of payment will be that when one Tourth ol the matenala and labor provided for in the oontract shall have been completed to the satisfac tion of the Department, there will be made a pay ment of one fifth part of the whole amount of tfie coutract ; when one-half the work shall in like manner be oom pi etea there will be a further payment of one fifth; when three fourths the work shall have been oompleted, a further payment of one-fifth; when the whole shall have been completed,and have made a satisfactory trial of one week, then a further payment of one-fifth: and when the ship shall have eriod of three ... . ..O linn, auu "iron uio si performed satisfactorily at sea for a p months, then the remaining sum shall be pftid'. The repairs necessary during this period from de fective workmanship or materials will be at the ex pense of the contractor. The proposals must be explicit, and no qualified or ooiiditioual offer will be considered, ~ ISAAC TOUCF.Y, d 18 2awtJan20 Secretary of the Navy. IV INo. 591 1 ? 7OTICK FOR THK RESTORATION OF BSA'&WMS TO MAKKET ,N ?B The grant of laud made by the act of Congress, approved .May 15. iH56, to the State of IOWA, toaid in the construction of certain railroads therein men tioned, having been so far adjusted as to authorize the reiease from withdrawal of the lands herein after described, notice is hereby girtn that all the vacant offered lands heretofore withdrawn from sale or entry along the routesofsaid railroads which lie outside of six miles oU each side of the said roads, situated in the under-mentioned townships, which have not been seleoted in virtue of said grant ?ir <Lth#r Krant made by Congress, or legally claimed by pre-emption, and which were subject to private entry at ttw date of withdrawal, will be re stored to private entry on the dm ? and at the places hereinafter specified, .at the ordinary minimum of one dollar and twenty -five cents an acie, to wit: At the land, office at DUBIQUHon Monday, the 15th day of 1* ebuary next, viz: North of the base line and east of th? fifth princi pal meridian Townships 85,86. 87. 89. 90 and 91. of range I. townships 85, 86. 87. hh, and y", of range 2. Townships !!?, 85. iirt, and ?7. of range 3. Townships X4 and 85. of ranges 4,5, and C. Township 84. of range 7. North of the base line and west of the fifth prin cipal meridian Townghips 35, tn, 89. <>i. and 91. of range 1. 1 ownships&S. 86. 87. 89, IS), 91,92, and 9.1, of range 2. Townships 85. 86. 87, 88, 90, 91, 98, and 93, ..f ranges 3, 4. and 5. Townships 84, 85, 86 . 87, 8!!. 90, ?1, 92, and <?, of range b. Township* 85,9G, 87, 83,90,91,92, and '*3, of ranres 7, H, 9. 10, II, 12 13 and 14. Townships 85, 36. 'Jl, 88, Hi), 91, 92, and of ranges 15 and 16. Townships 36, 87, 83. 39, 91, 92, and 93. of ranges 17 and 18. At the land ..ttioe at FORT DKS MOINKS on Monday , ttie 15tti day of h ebruary next, viz: Xorth of the ba<, hue and ea\t uf the fifth prin cipal mend tan Townships 77,79,8". 81,82, and 83, of ranges 1 and Townships 79. 8?>, 81, and 82. of ranges. Townships 81 and 82, ol ranges 4, 5, 6, and 7. North of the hn*f tine and irrst of the fifth prin cipal nh r id nm. 'Townships 77. 8<i. 81. 82. and 83, of range J. Townships 7?i, 77,79, hu,81, 8?, and H3, ol ranges 2 and 3 Townships76. 77, 80. 81, 82. and 83. of rante 4. l-wnahips 76,77.78.80,81. 82, and 83, of ran?es 5 and 6. Townships 70, 77 73, 79, 81, 82, and 83, ol ranges 7 and h. Townships 76. 77. 78, 79, 82, and 83. or range 9. townships 76.77, 78. 79, Hn, *2, and 83, of range 10. Townships 76,77, 78, 79, 81,82, and 83, of ranges II, 12, 13, 14. 15, ami 16. Townships 76, 77. 78, 79, III, 82, 83, and 85, of ranges 17, 1M. 19, and jn. Townships 76. 77. 7H. 81. 82. 83, and 85, of range 21. I ownsliips 76, 77, 78. 8o. 81, 82, U3, and 85, of ranges 22 and 23. 'Townships 76, 77,79, 8<\ 81, 82,83, and 85, of ranges 24. 25, and 26. Townships 76,77, 79, 8n, ni. 88, 84 and 85, of range ?7. Towr ships 76, 77,79,8ft, 81,82, 83, and 85. of ranges 25!, 29.30, and 31. Townships 76. 77, 79. 80. 81, 82, and 83, of range 32. Townships 76,77,79, 80,81, 82, 83, and 84, of range cw. At the land offioeat CHARITON on Monday,the lath day of fr ebruary next, viz: North of the base tin? and ir'Stof the fifth prtn tipal meridian. Township 73. of range I. Townships 72,73, 71, and 75. of range 2. Townships 68, 89.71, 72,73, 74. and 75, of range 3. Townships 67.68,69, 71, 72, 73,74, and 75, of range 4. Townships 67,68, 69,7", 72,73,74, and 75, of ranges 5, n, and 7. Townships 67, ?8, 69. 70, 71, 73,71, and 75, of ranges 8,9. lo, II, 12, 18, and 14 'I owuahipa 67, 68,69,70,71, 72,74, and 75, of range 1 r? Townships 67. 68, H9, 7". 71,74, and 75, of range 16. **? 70? 71 ? 73?7<. a??l 7$. ?r ranges 17. 18,19, and 2U. Townshl ps 67, 68, 69, 70, 73. 74. and 75. of range 21. Townahips 67.68,69,70.71, 73. 74, ami 75, of rangea 22, 23, 24, 26. 26 , 27, 28 , 29, an, 31, 32, and 33. llt '" ORT DODO K,on Tuesday the 23d day of h ebruary next, viz: North of thi bane lint and west of the fifth prin cipal meridian. Townships 86, 87, 8fi, 91, and 92, of range 19. I ownshipa 8-i, 87, 88, 90, 91, and 92, of rangea 20, 21, 22, and 23. Townships 86, 87, 8H.and 92. of range 84. Townships 86 . 87 , 8H, ??, 91, and 92, of ranges J5, 27, ami 2fl. Townships 86, 87, and 88, of ranges 29,3n, 31,32, and 53. .cALt!,e11Vd SIOUX CITY on Tuesday, the 23d ol February n*xt, via: North of the bate line and trett of the fifth princi pal meridian. Townshipa 86, 87. and 88, of range 34. 1 ownships 87 and 88, ?! rangea fe and 37. Townahips 86 and 88, of ranges 38, oU, and 40. Township 91, of range 41. Township 9i>. of range 42. 7ownships 86, 87, and 88. of ranges 43,44, and 45. ownship 86,of range 46. At the I .and Office at COUNCIL BLUFFS, on Tuesday, the twenty-third day of February next, North of the base lint and trest of tht fifth prin tipal meridian. ol Tu\Wun,*h'PT ST' &T' ^ 7"*Ti'TJ-74' 73- 77. 79, 8<i, 81. 82,83, and 84. of range 34. "?73-"' ?? "? TJ'7<' ?? ?? "??. ?? ?? ?. ?'? 73. 74. 75,7?. 77.78, 81, 82, 83.84, and 86, of range 37. Townshl ps 67, M. 69,70,71,73,74, 76, 76,77.78, 80,81, 82, 83,84. and 85, of ranee St. ...... - Tt'Wnships 67,68, 68, 70,71, 73, 74, 76,78,77,78,83, 84. and 85. of range 30 Townships 67,68.69,70, 71.73,74, 75,78,77,78,80,81, 82. 83. 84 and 86, of range 40. Townships 67. *,?9,70,71,73. 74, 73. 78, 78.79,80, 81. and 82. of range 41. Townahips 67. 68. 69. 70.71.73,74,75,77, Ti. 79, 8<t, 81. and r2. of range 42. Townships 67, 68, 71, 73, 76, 77, 78,79. 80, 81,82, ai?d 83, of range 43. Townships 68, 73,79,80,81,82, and 85, of range 44 Townships 79,80,81,82, and o5, of range 45. Township 85. of range 46. Given under my hand, at the citv of Washington, this twenty-lourth day of Dfoemoer, anno Doiniui on# thousand eight hundred and fifty-seren. THOS. A. HKNDRICKS, . _ / "mmissioner of the Ueueral Laud Offi??. a 4-iawtw tmvUw' Dirtotory. Tkt Skipt iMMutoi ikit Lmm art: The ATLANTIC .Oapt. Oliver EJdndge. The BALTIC.. .Cept. Joseph Com stock The ADRIATIC Cept. James WeaL These ships harins been hunt by oontract expressly for Government servioe, every care has been takes in their ooustruotion. aa also in their engine*. to in ure strength and speed, and their aoooininodatiuna for passengers are unequalled (or eleg&uoe and ootn tort. The steamers of this line have improved water tight compartments, and no expense has i>een spared to make thein all aa good as new, the thorough exam ination given them proves their mode of constiuo tion yet unequalled. Pnoeot passage from New York to first oabin, #130; in seoond do., 975; From Liver p>v>l it New Vork, So and 2i> guineas. An experi penenced Suigeon attached to each ship. No berths

oau t>e aooareu until paid for. PROPOSED DATES OF SAILING. FKOM NSW YORK. I FROM MVItUPOOt. Saturday, Jan. !?? 1H58 Saturday, Feb. 13 1858 Saturday. March 13 1858 Saturday, Apr I 1<? 18SH Saturday, Aprn 24 IW8 Saturday, May 8 1858 Wednesday, Feb. 3. 1856 Wednendajr, M'eh 'i .185? Wednesday, M'ch 3> l<ir>8 Wedneaarty, April 28.IR? W ednesday, May 12 1858 Wednesday, May 2H UMI Saturday, May 22 1KV! Wednesday, June 9 1&'? Saturda), June 5 ..I8tt< Wednesday, June <:i laH Saturday, June 19 ut.8 Saturday, July 3 lata Saturday, July 17 Iu5t: Sit unlay, Aug. 14 1858 Saturday. A tig. 28 18.'>8 Wednesday, July 7...18MI Wednesday. July 21. .18,'K Wednesday, Aug. 4 I8i? Wednesday. i*ept. I. IRV< Wednesday. Sept. l5.IS.Ui ?-?"? u ? % ?1 llf,, UtiOJI II U? u C | ?"* I I .W . I t* -?? Saturdny , Sept. II ...1858 Wednesday, Sept. *9 1858 Saturday, Sept. 5f? ...lAVt| Wednesday, Oct. 13 1H;.k Saturday , Oct. 9 1858 Saturday, Oot. W3 18.** Saturday , Nov. 6 1358 Saturday, Nov. '<*> 1858 Saturday, Deo,4 la.1* Wednesday, Oot. 2?. .1858 Wednesda*, Nov. 10.1x58 Wednesday, Nov. S4.I85K Wednesday, Deo. 8 18^k Wednesday, Deo. ?2 1858 For freight or passage, apply to KDWAKD K. COLLINS. No. 5ft, Walt street. New Yorx. BROWN,SHIPLEY A CO., Liverpool. B. G. WAINWRIGHTA CO.. Paris. The owners of theae ahipa will not he aooonntahla For gold, ailver, bullion, apecie, jewelry, precious stones or metnls, nniess lulls of lading are signed therefor and the vaine thereof expressed therein, d 16 w A?HlN?TON BRANCH KAI LKUAH. TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS: From WASHINGTON at 6 a. m.. oonnocting ai Relay with trams for the Weat, and at Baltimore with thoae for Philadelphia and New York; at 8.3f' a. in., for Annapolis, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New York ; at 3 p. m. for Baltimore aud Norfolk and at Relay with Frederigk train. EX I'RKSS at 4jn p. Relay for the West, and for Annapolis, Baltimore, Philadelphia, anc New York. On Sunday at 4.2n p. m. From BALTIMORE Tor WASHINGTON ai 4.15 and 9.15 a. m., 3 and 5.15 p. m. On Sunday at 4.15 a. m. je 12-tf T. H. PARSONS. Agent. QRANGEAND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD OREAT SOUTHERN MAIL LINE Twice Daily, (Sunday nights exoepted.) betweet WASHINGTON CITY and the SOUTH, via ALEXANDRIA.GORDONSVILLEandRICH MOND Leaves Washington at 6 o'clock a. m. " Washington at 7 o'clock p m. For LYNCHBURG amT the SOUTHWEST. Leave Waahmgton at 6 o'clock a.'m., arrive in LYNCHBURG next morning at 4 a. m., connecting with the traina on the Virginia and Tennessee Ran Road for MEMPHIS. Mail Stagea from Char otteaville to Lynohburg a distance of6(i miles. Fare from Waahington to Lynohburg, $7.75. The steamer G KORGE PAGE, foot of Seventh atreet, being owned by the Railroad Company, runs in connection with the traina. Tieketa for Lynchburg proourad on the Boat. {HT'Oimiiibusesand Baggage W axons will be at the Depot of the Washington Railroad, to oonvey pas sengers and baggage to the Steainlxiat, for Alexan dria, a distanoe of six miles, allowing ample tune for meals. JAMES A. EVANS. Agent. Alexandria, July, 1857. it 8-tf N EW AND IMPORTANT SCHEDULE. FOR ALL PARTS'OF THE WEST. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. The recent extenaionand improvement of its lead ing connecting lines at the West has required an en tire revision of the running arraiirementa ofthia road by which highly important advantages to the trav eler are secured. On and alter MONDAY, June 15, 1857, THREE DAILY TRAINS will be run in tMith directions for through passengers. First?The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN starts from Camden Station. 7 A.M..(except Sundat,) stops at way stations and arrives at Cum berland at 4 P. M. Seoond?The MAIL TRAIN starts (Sunday ex oepted )at 8.1? A. M.. and arrives at Wheeliug at 4 Jt A. M., connecting at Benwood with Central Ohio trains for Coiuinbus. Cinoiuuati. Indianapolis. Lou isville, Chicago, St. I .outs, A o.. and at saine place with trains for Cleveland, Toledo, Detroit, Ac., by Cleveland Road,ami also at Parkersburg with Ma rietta Road. Third?The ST. LOUIS and CINCINNATI EXPRESS TRAIN leaves daily at 5.<6 P. M.,oon heel tug at Benwood at 9 A. M.with exp^ss trams Irom Bellaire to Cincinnati, (irithout oj Cars at Columbvs,) and reaching there Tn but 25 hours from Baltimore aud 2?; hours froin Washing ton. It alxo i-onnects directly, hi lioth directions, at Gialtou with cars by Parkersburg and Marietta roads for Chillicothe, (.inciunati, etc. These trams connect at \enia for Indianapolis. (Chicago and St. Louis, and at <.inciuiiati with the Great Ohio and Mtssissippi Express for Louisville, Cairo and St. l.ouis through to St. Louia in less than 42 hours from Baltimore. By this train the time to all the central and southern p.aces in the West is much less, while the diitanct is from 40 to l<?i miles shorter than by the shortest of other routes. Froin ihe West these ooniiecHons are equally close mil satislactory, ar riviitie at Baltimore at 8.S" A. M. ir r llaxKage checked through to al! points. THROUGH TICKETS sold at lowest rates at Camden Station and at Washington. 1). C. Passengers from Baltimore or Washington may vt'te tkt. entire ro<id by rlnylitht, by taking morn ing traina, and lying over at 4 uinl?erlaiid or Oak land, and resuming aext morning by Wheeling Ao ooinmodaiiou tram, leaving Cumberland at 8 and Oakland at loAn. FtJR WAY PASSENGERS. The Cumberland Accommodation Train at 7 A.M., Will atop at all Stattona east of Cumberland, and the Wheeling Accommodation at all Stations beyond Cuinbeiland going West. Eastwaidlv, the Mail Tram leaves \\ heeling at 8.3i A. M.,anit Accommo dation leavea Cumberland at 9, reaching Baltimore at 5 an P. M. ON THE NORTHWESTERN VIRGINIA BRANCH, between Grafton and Parkersbure, way passengers wili take the Express westwardly and the Mail aasiwardly. The FREDERICK TRAIN starts at 4 P. M.. stopping at way stations. Leaves Frederick at9.1? A. M.. arriving at Haltimore T2 noon. The F.LUCOTT'S MILL TRAIN leaves at 5.4S A. M., and 5.15 P. M. Leaves Ellioott's Millsat7 A. M. aud 7 P. M., exoept Sunday. FOR WASHINGTON AND THE SOUTH. Leave Baltimore for Washington at 4.15 and 9.1ft A. M? 3 and5.15 P. M. On Sundays at 4.15 A. M., and 5.15 P. M. only. Leave Was hint ton for Baltimore at 6 and 8^? A. M. and Sand 4.20 P. M. On Sundays at 7 A.M., and 4 2f> P. M. only. The first and fourth traina from Baltimore, and the seeond and fourth trains from Washington, will be express mail trains, stopping only at Washington Junotion aud Annapolis Junction. The 9.15 and 5.15 traina from Baltimore and the 8.30 and 42D ftraine from Washington connect wiUi the tra-na from Annapolis. For tickets, information, fare. An., apply to J.T. ENGLAND, Agent,at the Ticket office, Camden Station. WM. S. WOODSIDE, jy lS-tf Master of Transportation. Baltimore, K PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COM PANY. One of the Steamships of this Company, oarryinc the United States Mails for ACAPULO, CALIFORNIA, and OR EGON, leaves^*J^? Panama twine each month, on the arri-^^?^^^ ?al of the United States Mail S. S. Company's steam ers, which leave New Orleans and New York regu, larly on 5th and 20th of each month with the mails, aud passengers oouneoting via PANAMA RA1L ROADS. These steamships have been inspected and ap proved by the Navy Department, and guaranty sp?$d and xafety. The Panama Railroad <47 miles long) is now com pleted from ooean tocoaan, and is orossed in 3 or 4 hours. Thel?ggtureof passengers is checked in New York through to San Fmnoisoo, and passengers are eml?rked at Panama by steamer at the company's expense. The money paid in New York covers all exjpenaesof the trip. Reserve steamers are kept in port in Panama and San Francisoo. to prevent detention in case of aoci deut, so that the route ia entirely reliablt? no fail ure haviug occurred in eight years. Passengers leave Panama the same day they ar rive at Aspinwail. Conductors go through by eaoh steamer, and take eharge of women and onildren without other proteo tors. Far through tickets at the lowest rates apply at thetrenoy, 177 West street, New York,to I. W. R AYMOND,?or to ARMSTRONG. HARRIS A CO.. New Orleans.- or Jy ?4 tf C. L. BA RTLETT. Boston. |JNITED STATES MAIL LINE ONLY REGULAR LINE AND W1THOTTT FAILDR* FOR SieHT YIAkS, FOB CALIFORNIA AND OREGON VIA PANAMA RAILROAD. Rttulat Sailing Dayt.htk fWtk of tmek swait. Cawtiow.?So many frauds and imposi tions of various kinds have been lateW perpetrated on travellers liound toCA Ll 1 FOR NI A, that the subacril>er. the only aut horixed Agent for passage b* the U. S. Mail Line, via Pana ma, in the city of New York, feels it his duty to oautiou all persona seeking passaee to California, that, to avoid imposition, they must be oareful to find the true office of the Steamahipa of the U. S. Mail Line, via Panama Railroad, aa no other office in New York ia ant horixed to engage paaaage. The Companies have only one office in New York, whioh is at 177 Westatreet.oorner of Warren street, front Hit on the North RiFer, at the heed of the Con papy's wharf. Tl^ Obeenre my sign oyer the door. I. W. RAYMOND. Af?t, |?U- New York. T'V'lWftA'AV' ?Mr. Knror,of 'i^h^oSUT* of oar oommoB pasture vndio romoay ir**1 c*res IVUl SlItD Of MVMOK? Tk* worti Seroful* <tofm to ? tommmm He hag tried it in over eleven handr^ oa*e*.oa? never failed exoept in two oases, both founder tiu mor. He bu now in In* possession <.ver onr hunOrea certificates within twenty of Bootoo* a?,? Two bottle* ore warranted to cure a naraing Bor* MOneto throe bottle* will euro the worut kind of Pimple* on the Fooe. . Ull^ Two or three bottle* Will olear the*y*temof Bile*. Two bottle* are warranted to oure the worst Conker in the Mouth and Stomach. . Three to five bottles are warranted to cure the Worst kind of Frysipelas. One or two bottle* are warranted to cure oil Hu mor in the Kf e*. ,^ Two Im?ti1 ??? are warranted to cure K untung of the Kara ami Blotches anions the Hair. Four to six bottle* are warranted to oure corrupt aiiii running I loers. ... One bottle will cure Soaly hruption* of the Skin. Two or three ti??ttl?>R are warranted to oure the Womt kind of Ringworm. Two or three l>ottles are warranted to euro the most most desperate caae of Rheumatism. Three to four bottles are warranted to our* Salt rheum. . ... . . , Five to eight bottle* will cure the worst oOke of gorofula. ... _ A benefit I* always experienced from the first bot tle, and a perfect cure is warranted when the above quantity is tali en. ?. ?_ Nothing looks *o unprof*ble to those who have la vain tried all the wonderful medicines of the day. as that a ooinniou weed growing on the pastures, and along old stone walls, should cure every humor in tho system ; yet it is a fixed fact. If TOM *ksnwr, it has to start. There are no 11- 5* nor AN US, hum* uor ha'? about it suiting *ome cases, hutkiot your*. I peddled over a thousand bottles of it in the vioinity of Boston. 1 know the effects of it iu every oas*. It ha* already done some of the greatest cures ever done in Massachusetts. I gave it to children a year oid, to oiJ peopie of sixty. I have seen poor, puny, wormy looking children, whose flesh was soft and flabby, reatored to o perfect state of health by ouo bottle . . . . , To those who or* subject to o *ick headache, one bottle will aiway* oure it. It give* great relief in oatarrh and dizziness. Some who have taken it had been costive for years, and have lieen regulated by it. Where the body is sound it work* quite easy, liut where there is any derangement of the function* of will oause very singular feelings, b^t von must not be alarmed; thev always di sap Dew in from four days to a week. There is never a i>ad re sult from it; on the oontrarj, when that feeling i* gone, you will feel yourself like a new person. I heard soine of the most extravagant n ma of it that ever man listened to. In mr own practice 1 always kept itstnotly for fia mors?'but since its introduction as a general family medicine, great and wonderful virtue* have been found in it that I never suspected. Several cas^sof epileptic fits?a disease which wa* always considered incurable, have been cured by a few liottles. O, what a ineicy if it will prove eflee tual in all esses of that awful malady?there are bat few who have seen more of it than i have. I know of several cssss of Dropsy, ail of them aged people cureil l>y it. For the various disease* of the I.ivpt, Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, Asthma. Fever and Ague, Pain in the Side, Diseases of the Spine, and particularly in Diseases of the Kidneys, A o., the discovery ha* done more good than any meaiome ever known. , No change of diet ever Deoessary?eat the beat yon oan get and enough of it. j Direction* for U*t.?Adult* one table-spoonfW per day?ohildren over ten year* dessert spoonful? ohildren from five to eight years, tea-spoonful. A* no directions oan be applioabl* to all constitutions, take sufficient to operate on the bowel* twioe a day. MANcracTcaarat DONALD KENNEDY. . No. 180 Ho'ri? Strut, hozhury, Musmckunttt, Agents for Wa*hmgton.?Chaa. Stott A Co., Z. Gilman, Kidweli A Lawrenoe, J. B. Gardner, Bnrry A Co., D. Wnlsh A Co.. F. S. Walsh. J. P. Stone. Martin King, Nairn A Palmer, Schwartz A Co.. O Boswell, Daniel H. Clark, J. P. Milburo, Dunbar Dyson, Ford A Bro. Agents for Georgetown.?R. S. Ciaseil. O M l^ntJiafn^J. L. Kulwell. BBT S-ly Cathartic Pills, ISUGAK COATED.) The following r*medie* are of fered to the public as the t>e*t, muit M perfeot. which medical acienoe oan afford. AYFKKS CATHaKTIC PILL* tiay* been prepared with the utmoat skill which the medi cal profession of this age possesses, and their ctf ecte ehow they have virtues which surpass any combi nation of medicines hitherto known. Other prepa rations do more or less good ; but this ourea suoh dangerous oomplainta, so quick and ao surely, as to prove an effioaoy and a power to uproot diaeaae be yond any thing which inen have known before. By removing the oliatTOOtion* of the internal organs and stimulating them into healthy action, they renovate the fountains of life and vigor.?health course* anew through the bod>, and the sick man is well again. They are adapted to disease, and disease only, for when taken by one in health they produoe but little etffct. This is the perfection of mediciu*. It is antagonistic to disease, and no more. Tender children may take them with impunity. If they are sick they will cure them, if they are well they will do thein no harm. Give tb?m to soine patient who has been pros trated with bilious ooim>t&int; see his t>*nt-up. tot tering form straighten with strength again; see hi* long-lost appetite return : *ee his ciammy features bloasoni into health. Give themtoaome sufferer whose foul blood haa burst out in scrolula till his skin is covered with sor*s; who stands,or sits, or lies in anicuish. He has l>een drenctie?l inside and out with every potion which lnsenuity ?*uM sur nest. Give him these Pills, aud mark the eflect; see the scabs (til from Ins l>ody ; see the new. fair skin that has gr<-wn under them ; see the late leper that is clean. Give them to him whose angry liumors nave planted rheumatism in his joints and bones; move him. and he screeches with pnms ; he too has !<een soaked through ever* muscle ol his tMMl) with Ununeuts and salves; give him these PiLi.s to purify his blood; they ina> not cure hint, for, alas ! there are oases which no mortal power oan reach; but mark, he walks with crutches now, and ln.w he walks alone; they have cured him. liive tltem to the lean, aour, iiHgi.*rd dyspeptic, whose guawing stomach has long ano eaten every ? mi e from hi? face aud ever* muscle from his 1kk1? . See bis appetite re'uru. auti wilh it hish.a.tii: see the new man. See her that was radiant w ith health and loveliness b listed .n.d too earl* w.tiierinE awa>; want ?,f exercise or mental aiiKUish. or some lurking diseane, has ilerainted the internal organs of dites l ion. a swinnlal ion or secret ?'ii.t 11 i thev do t heir ofLce ill. Her IiNhmI i? vitintsd. her hcaitn is gone. Give her these I'ii.i.s to st imulate I no vital principle into renewed vigor, to east out the obstructions, and in fine a rnw vitality into the blood. N"w look again - the rotes' blossom on her cheek, and where latel* aoriow hursts from every feature. Seethe sweet iiint wasted with worms. Its wan. aick'y features leM you without disguise, and painfully dis tinct, that they are eating its life away. Its pinched up nose and eais, and restless uleepinss, tell the dreadful truth in language which every mother know* Give it the Pills in large doses to sweep these vile pnrasite* from I he !?ody. Now turn again aud see the rud<!> liloom ol rhi'dhood. Is it nothing to do these things^ N*y.are lhe? not the marvel ??f this age.' Aud ?ct tin y are dona around >ou ever* dav. , , Have you the less setious symptom* of these dis tempers, thev are the e.t?ier cured. Jaundioe C??a tiveness. Headache. Sideacbe, Heartburn. Foul Stomach, Nnu?ea. Pain in the Bowels, Flatulency, l.osa ol Appetite, King's Kvil. Neuralgia, Gout.and k indreil coiiiplniuts all arise Iroin the dcaugement* which these Pill* rapid') cure. Take them perae veringly, and under the counsel of a good Physician if you can; if not, take tliein judiciously by such advice as we rive you, and the diatressins, danger ous d.seasea they cure, which atflict ao many mil lions of the human lace, are cast out like the devil* of old-they must burrow in the hruteaand in the sea. Price i'5 cents per l>ox?5 U?xea for Ol. Z. D. Gil..MAN, Washington; and by H. COOK A CO.. 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A popular and com prehensive trea'ise on the duties and casualties of amgle and married life?happy and fruitful a'lianoes, mode of scouring them?infelioitou* aitd infertile one*?their obviation and removal?nervous debility, it* oausei* and oure, by a process at once ao simple, safe, and etfectual, that failure is impossible?rul*s for daily inanagemeiit--ane**ay onSper matorrheea. with oraot loal otwervat ions on a safer and more successful mode o f treatment?precautionary hint* on the evil results from empirical practice ; to which is added commentaries on th* diseases of fe ma'es?from infiircv to old age?each case graphical ly Wluatrated by beautiful slate*. It 'point* out the remedies for those self-inflicted miseries and disap pointed hopes so unfortunately prevalent m the young. It is a truthful adviser to the married, and those oontemplatins marriage. Its perusal is partic ularly recommended to persons entertaining seoret doubts of their phj sinal condition, aud who are oon ?oious of having haxarded the health, happiness and privileges to whieh every human l>eiug is entitled to. Prioe 26 oents per oopy, or five oopiea for ?!, mail ed free of postage to any part of the Fnited State*, by addressing Dr. l.A CROIX, (post paid,) A!bany, N*w York. enclt>sing cents. N. B. Those wm? preter may consult Doctor |f.A CROIX upon any of the diseases upon whioh his book treats, either personally or by mail. His medi cines often cure in the short space of six days, and oomp!etely and entirely eradicate all traoes of thos* disorder* which oopaiva and oul>eb* have so Ion* been thought an antidote, to the ruin of the health of the patieut. His " French Seoret" is the great eon tinental remedy for that class of disorder* which un fortunately, phyaioian* treat with mercury, to tha irretrievable instruction to the patient'* constitu tion. and which all the *ar*apanlla in the world e&n. notoure. l?lr?* N?*51 Albany, N. Y. Nl No. M9. 1 OTICK OF THE RFMOVAL OF THE I'AND OFFK'L FR'JM DUNCAN TO MACK INAC. IN MICHIGAN. In accordance with the provision* of the aot ef Congress entitled "An *oi suthorizing changes ta tbe location of land oflioes," approved M rch M. I&S3, it is hereby declar>*<i and ma'le known that 'he office for the lale o| p> blic lards at I'tiriK. in the State of Michigan, will lie removed to the Isi.aNDof M *rs in ac at at early a period at practicable. Further notion a-, to the precise time of removal will b* issued by the register aud reoeivsr for thak land distnot. Given under my hand, at the city of Washington, thi* Sd day of Deoember, A. D. 1?S7. By order of the President. THOS. A. HKN DRICKS, Comtniaatonar of tha General Land Oflto*. d 4-law6w 514 MVENTH_8TEEET 5j4 o wm?. Olios Seormd Story. three <k?or tip* Fellow*' Hall. sight; ?'r~~Z *****'*' ?*>'<" Stereoso*?pe? with views \ ctooioe picture*on baud. Sw ad vet tis went in S?Uoon TwnMtnu. ?... Th? v? Nokrot.B, September? IBM. _ made U* me salt me ^ to htv# imrr<?r*d m? *i#ht more titan any <?tfc*r I knmlSlktthid * littTW. Ta/KWKLL 1 have tnH i pair olj??aotaUee fni?i Mf. Tobias. awl tiud them of treat asaiatenoe to mv ?IKlit. iuid oorreap??otiii?|i with losdeacnptioeid their focus. I recommend luin as * skillful optician IIKNR Y a. \\ IML I* KT KB ?Bt" * to . Ootot>?( 21. 1*54, About five j?r? ago, I obtained from Mr. Totaas In Washington.* pair of l?'asses for the ipectaoies which I n*ed. ami found them of treat assisianeeto in) dfiti inr vision; and in* opinio* of him is, taat bejs ? knilul in Hie preparation of Glasses lor eyes Dot too fur (vu* to In) benefitted (if such aid. J. F. MAY. l,T!trHii?#, NovMniarl.lW. From an examination of Mr. Tobias' Glasses,and from his otieervai iona and reinarka. am convinoed that he la a akiilful optician. J. J. BLACKFORD. M. D. Lv\< mhi ao. N<wrabar i?. ie*. Mr. John Toi.ia*. having hmakad me with tilas 8cb.Ii) which I liave l?ecn greatly axled, (my vision having sulfered great!* froin reading at night in my eanaer life.I it atlords me the highest plessure to say that I consider h.m a skillful practical optician, and well prepared to aid those alio may need Ilia professional services. \\ M. H- R'h'kIK, Klder of the Methodist Conference. Wilwikotox, N. C.. June ST. IES4. Mr. J.Tobia* ? Itrar Sir : I am happ? to*ay that the Spectacles which I obtained from iou last w??k are entirely satisfactory. Fr>>m an inequality in tha visual range oliri) eyo.l have heretofore found treat difficulty iu celling glasses of the proper fooal dis tances. It aflord* me pleasure to *tate, that l?y tha aid of your optometer this difficult) haa tieen happily obviated, so that the Masses you lurniahed me ara decidedly the tiesl adapted to my ryes of auy I hava ever > et used. Very raepectfully jours, R. B. DRANK. Rector of St. James' Parish. Having been induced h? a friend to visit the estab lishment of Mr. Tolnaa b?r the purpose of fry mjr his glasses I was furnished with a pair slightly co.ered blue. whioe have "Horded me more relief and gratifi - cation than any I have ever tried. My sight, ongm *I!t very g<?od. was injured by writing and reading at night, frequently to a very late hour: but with the aid of these glasses I can study a'most aa late a* sver. and that too without the n<ein I have previoua ly suffered. JOHN WILSON. Ijtte CAmmi**ioreer Gen'l Land Office. Dm. 11. IMS, I have used Mr. Tobias's Spectacle* for three or fonr month*.and take great pleasure in saving that 1 am much pi^aaed with tliein. I hsve t<een mnoh benefited by them. OKU. i'.HCARUl KOH. May 5th. 1Mb. I waa reoommended to Mr. John Tobia* a* a *ki'fnI optician ; and a* I have eves of remarkable pecniian ? ty, 1 was gratified to bixf that Mr. Tobias seemed to comprehend them l?y inspection and some slight measurement. and he ha* made me a pair of Specta oiea that suit* me admirably. A. I'. HiITLER. July II, 1B56. \VA*Ht!f?TO<V. A tig. I. )W>. Having l>een for year* under the neceanty of hav two set* of glasses?one for use in daylight, and ona for lamp light ?I procured <>na set fr?>m Mr.Tobiaa which answered i>oth purpose*. I have uaed hi* (in aevsral months, and find them exoeilent. KDWAKDSTI'BB*. Of Department of State. Mr. J. Tobias. Stt: The pair of Spectacles yoa furnished me yesterday are particularly satisfaotorv to me. They are very decidedly the beat 1 possei.*, and I am the owner of eight or nine pair*, carefully selected indifferent places and'from optioians rec ommended to me on fcoonnt of their professional standing in France. Knglard.and the I'nited State*. I have been also pleased witb vour remarks sod di rection* on the treatment of the eyes, for the par pose of preserving and improving the *ir ?-t Respectfally your*, CH8. CALDWELL. Professor of M. C.. Louisvilla, Ky, VftooELTN Orthopaedic I>*titctivh. April, IBM. After most aareftil examination of Mr. J. ToUa*'a Glasses, I amenaMed to testify that their hardness, clearness, polishing, and exact optical shape render them particularly recommendable to those whose merely optical tmpairment of the eyes are in want of suoh auxiliaries. I consider, moreover. Mr. Tobias fully qualified to determine toe focus of the eye,lK'<h by his optical knowledge and experience, and by means or hia optometer. In addition, I can further state that Mr. Tobiaa has supplied aome of my pa tieDta with Guissea, to their and my aatialaction LEWIS B\l F.K M.D.. and Surgeon, Uerltnj Memter of the Royal Cjllege ofSurgeona, Knglartd; Mcm!>er of the Medical Society of London, and of tne Pathological S<K?ietv t?f New York; late hur geonofthe Royal <?rthopaedic Institution of Manchester. Kogland, and Surgeon of the B. O. institution. Noarot i. Vs.. Jely 21, IBM. In the exrerienoe of even two years. I have found great difficulty in obtaining Spectacl- s that were ex act:) adapted to the weakness of my *>rfht. This in convenience Mr. Tobias ?eem* to have removed tor the present by the aubatitution for me of better and more am table 0 lasses. They are clear, chrystal <ke and comfortable to my eye*. I would oommen I him to those who from age or other infirmity require ar tifioiai aid in this way. J. J. SIMKIN8, M. D. WiL*n?i?Toi. N. C., June 16. IBM. To persons who have had the sight of their eye* so impaired a* to require the use olftlasies, 1 would recommend Mr. John Tobias as a suitable person from whom to obtain sueh Ulaaae* a* thev may re ?iuire. a* he ha* suited me with a pair of Spectacle* or a tar and r;ear higlit. M* sight has t>eeii impaired very much by a service of years in the Post Office Departmeut, whioh liertli required me tol?e on dut* from II o'clock at night till after day. dnrmg w hich tune I u*e<l but oneTight. W. A. W A f.K t R. Dkl'AKTMKNT OS l?ITKRIOR. M?> I, IBiS. From natural defects and the unequal range of my e)e*. I have been oon^elied to use t ataea for seve ral years. I have tried ditfercnt opticians without obtaining glasses periecti* fatted to my eye*. Four months sinoe Mr. Tobias mad? two pair* e*pecialiy for me. which I have found to serve me perfectly. By the u*e of In* optometer be la enabled to adapt glasses most minutely to the eye. I most cheerful ly recommend Mr. Tobias to all having ??eea>ion to use Klaaaes, and bear my testimony as to hi* *ki!l as an optioian. HKNR\ K.BALDWIN, se 25 Aas't Sec'y to sign Land Warrasta. PROURKSS IN THK FINK ARTS. Paimino akd Photo?eapmt Combined. PHOTO (i HAP hTC PORTRAITS In Oil Colors, on Canvas, MiniATtbe oe Size or Lift. s. waIekr'8 PORTRAIT ASU tICTVRK O'ALLERY. Odeou Hall, cornerat.and Pennsylvania a\ enue. I S. WALKER haa fitted up the abova apaeioua apartmenfs at a very great outlay of capital, thereby rendering his establishment one of the mostoom piele and handsome in the whole oountry. He has a large Gallery for fret rxkxbttmn of upward of fine Oil Paintings, by some of the l?est ancient and modern masters, to which he intend* to and fresh importations. S. Walk EE ha* also fitted up a com plete suit of rooms, with private robing apartments for ladies, and purciiased the finest possible instru ment*, and engaged a fir*t class operative artist to assist hun in the department tor taking all kinds of PHOTOGRAPHISTambrotype and da gVkrrkotypk Portraits, from the tmnllrst mmiainrt to ??*? of ItJe. 8. Walike. t>y combining the Photograpbio Pro oess with the art of Painting, of which he has had 25 years' experience and whose specimens of life size portraits may be seen in some of the first fami lies of the city, as well as those exhibited in his Gallery, he will be able, by the combination of the two. to produoe portraits that have never been ex oelled for their fidelity and life-like exoreaaion. Car. vaa and boarda prepared by himaeir expressly for the purpose. Particular attention paid to the painting of Por traits. Miniature or life-aise, from small pictures of d*cea?ed frteuds. Photographs taken from corpses, or sick persons taken at their own residence*, on immediate notioe. Committees and classes taken in anv nnmber in groups, and any quantity of oopies from the same sold at reasonable charges. Likenesses painted on Copper for Tomb Atones. Valuable Oil Paintings, and Old Family Portrait*, carefu'ly back lined and restored to their original frwhims. _ _ Ladies and gentlemen ara respectfully solicited to oall at the Gallery, over Shi.iiuton's book store? entranoeOk street, two doom from Pennsylvania aveoae. I? 11 I ONDON J1VKVII.K BOOKS. -1 Han* Anderson's Tales and Fairy Stories. Louis's School Days, Stanford and Merton, Fveiling* at Home. F.dgar Clifton, or R ight and Wrong. F.speranxa. or the Home of the Wanderer*, Grimm'* Home Stones, The Casiawa) s. or AdveiWures in Afriaa, Ssxelford.aStory for the loung, f very Boy's Bo> k, airy Taie* of the Counteas D'Aulnoy, Arabian Nights. Robinson Crusoe. Just received by FRANCKTAYLOR. C'HARLKS M ACK A Y. ? Songs for Mu*io; by ' Charle* Hackay. ?cent*. Ballads and Lyrical Poems; by Charles Mackay, 25 cents. The Sa'amandrine: by Charle* Mackay. 25 cents. Legends of th? Isles;by Criarles Ma -kar. ?5oeiits. Voices from the Cr.wd; by Charles Mackay, 2ft cents. Voioea from the Mouataina. by Charles Mackay. 25 c*nta. The Lump of Gold; b< Charles Macksy, 25 cents. Under lireeii leaves: by Charle* Mackay,25 ewits. Poetical Works; by Charles Mackay, antique mo rocco. $2.75. For sale at TAYLOR ft MAI'RVS jsnl tf Bookstore, aear Wh street. MIK SONGS OF SCOTLAND, with the en graved iiinnc, and Pianoforte aocompamments, fiy Graham. M udie, Ditaien, Dun,and other eminent musician*. Complete in one large volume, nch'v bound, and containing about three hundred melo dies. t>esutifully ei graved. Pr.ce $f>*v Imported from Kdioburg, by d? FRANCK TAYLOR. ALMANACH DKGOTHA; Annaaire Dtpio matique et Statiatique pour t'anne? IH.W. The N w)sl Kalendar lor ESK, a Register for Kng land. Soot land, Ireland and the I'himm* Tiie British Almanac and Companion for IB'R. d 31 KR ANCK Ta VI ??W. rOKE FOR SALE. Superior COKE, in any quantity, now for sale. Inquire, without the office ol the Gas Light Company. d ?-dtf J. V. BROWN IWurt ROWLAND'S MACASSAR OIL, at Gl BBS'* Hair Bio re. near lSUi street. a i"-8ro