Newspaper of Evening Star, February 19, 1858, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated February 19, 1858 Page 1
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THE EVENING STAR 19 FUBUBHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (SUNDAY EXCEPTED,) AT TUB STAB. RD1LU1HM, By W.tTwALLACH. P?Hn aanrad ia paokacaa by oarnera it 941 ror, ar 91 MU Mr month. To mail aabaoribara the aab ?ortpUon artae it 93-50 a j Mr, ia Uimh; |J for an aaoalha; ft for Urea m >otha; and for t?aa than three sooth a at tha rata of IS oanta a veak. Suigie eoftea, ooa oaat; ia vrappari, two taaU. A0T?arie*M*!?Ta (of wcht liaee to tha eeaare) peart ed three tmee for #1; every other day or eeau-weekly. IS per oeat. advaooe; onoa awaal,H ear oant. advaaoe. VOL. XI. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1858. NO. 1,586. STATEMENT BY GENERAL CALHOUN. Washington Citt, Feb. 17, 1858. To tk* Kditor of ih* Union : Sir : I bare already communicated to tbe Committee on Territories in the Senate, a full statement of facts connected with the applica tion of Kansas for admission into the Union as a State 1 need not repeat those facts in this paper, as they will doubtless reach the public in a few days. It is with reluctance that I refer to matters pertaining solely to the local politics of the Territory in which 1 lire, and with which to some extent I have been connected ; but the various and contradictory statements that hare been made by unscrupulous and irresponsible letter-writers to the public press, touching the discharge of my official duties as president of the constitutional convention, make the duty imperative Excitement, conflict and great confusion must ncosssari'.y attend the organization of govern* ment for a community brought together from all parts of the world, and actuated by different objects, motives and prejudices. No Territory ever organised in the l/nited States has suffered more frou> causes of this character than Kansas The conflict about the shaping of our institu tions, so constantly directed Ly persons and parties outside of this Territory, has forced within its limits a class of population, from every portion of the Union, most dissimilar iu character, and with the strongest predisposition to collision. That disorder and confusion, the violation of individual and public rights and duties, should result from such onuses, may bo deplored, but could not be prevented, Good men have sought the peaceful remedy to these controversies in the ballot-box. Bad men have been governed by no scruples as to public or Jirivate action. In the periodical addresses put orth by the law-and-order or Democratic party of Kansas every foreign influenoe has been re pudiated, and every effort made to procure for Kansas the quiet, peaceful settlement of all questions of public policy by the fair and hon est expression of the popular will. To the fullest exteut these recommendations have not probably prevailed with their own party friends, who, in opposition to a party knowing and respecting no law, may have been driven to the extremity of wrong and the violation of public right and duty. But it is not my ob ject to go into a full examination of this sub ject. My object now is to place myself right ' efore the public on the subject of the election irns for members of tbo Legislature in renworih county, the statements in refer to which have been so conflicting and con ^etory. )u the 13th of January, the day before I opened the returns of the Kansas eleotions for and under the constitution, I was called upon by several gentlemen from Lawrence, headed by Doctor or Governor Robinson, and asked if I would be governed, in determining the result of the election in Leavenworth county, by the sworn statement of one of the judges of elec tion at the precinct known as the "Delaware Crossing" I replied, no : That I could not, and would not, go behind the election returns. It was then stated that the question was as to the legality of returns ; and fraud wasoharged, on what information I did not learn, upon the ground that the returns sent to me were not the true returns as approved and signed by the judges of election. To give the full opportu nity of submitting testimony as to the legality of the returns, I told the'gentlemen that, as the Legislature would have no duties to per forw until after the decision of the question of admission, there could be no necessity for the Immediate issuance of certificates of election in thai or any other case, and that the difficul ty which they suggested could, in the mean time, be fully investigated. The statement I made the next day in the preaenoe of the gentlemen who were present at the opening of the returns. I also authorized Gov Denver to state that if the judges of elec tion would furnish me, under oath, a statement that the return made was false and fraudulent. I would treat such statement as a corrected re tarn. and be governed by it ia giving certifi cates of election. I knew nothing of the Dela ware Crossing returns, only that pablic rumor j had given to the Democratic party a majority at that precinct of three or four hundred. I supposed the returns in that precinct were in my otfioe, and was undeceived only when all the returns were opened and thoy were net found These returns were of great import ance. as they determined not only the political complexion of Leavenworth oounty, but of both branches of the Legislature. . As they stood at the opening of the returns, wi hout the Delaware Crossing vote, the Republicans had a majority in Leavenworth oounty, and, consequently, a majority in both branches of the Legislature. In order to ascertain the truth. I sent a mes senger to that precinct to see the judges of election and learn the facts as to the charge of fraud in the return. In the mean time, the sealed returns from that precinct were put into my hands by Mr. Diefendorf, one of the com missioners tor Le*v?nworth oounty, and ou the same da; that the messenger returned from Delaware Crossing precinct. I received the returns and the messenger's report at Weston, Missouri, on the 21st day of January. The messenger brought to me the following sworn statements of the judges and clerks of the prc einct in question: Tibxitokt or Kansas. ) County of Leavmcortk $ Tbe undersigned, jud ?es and rlerksof theelec tloa beld fur State officers aud members of tbe a'ure. hrld a' the precinct known a* Agency, on tbe fourth day of January, d<? hereby certify that tbe returns i of said election were correct and gen jthat any statement made by any person rote of said precinct csn only be deter i to Its trutb or falsity, by a reference to rns made bv us a* managers and clerks elect ion at said precinct Isaac .Mondat, Thkodori F. Garrett, } Judges. Jams* C Get star, ) \V C Wilson, /c1#lk. Ja wis Pinblat, J Lle'ks. TflllTSlv OV Kansas. > t'vmmty uf J?bn%on | Before in- Aim I Salter*, an acting jn?tlce of The pea e in and for tbe oounty and Territory aforesaid, personally appeared Isaac Monday. Theodore I- Garrett, James C Griuter, Win. C. Wilson, and Jaiues FindUy, who, being sworn, depo?cth and saith that the foregoing statement true, to the best of their knowledge and belief. I ? A AC MC.IBAT, THKonrtm F. Gaiiitt, Jambs C. Obihtbb, W. C.*, Jamks Finblay. to and suletcrlbed before me this elgb tecum day o( January, A. L) IMS*. Siucn. \I SaLTBBS, J. P. Tjlrbituky or K ax4as, > fvsstji of John*om. \ before ok, S imuel Mallets, personally appeared Theodore F. Garrett, who, being sworn, says that oa the llth day of January. be was arrested In Leavenworth county, nnder, a* It wm said, a warrant, and taken to t.awrenre, by aa arrusd party of ten or eleven, nnd. white be wa* under asreat. a piopodtion was mad* to him to open a new potl-bouk, (by some one of tbe free-tkate l-aity in Lawrence, and he tbiaks bv a man usmed Kwuig,) which poll-book should be made out. so that Gene al Calhoun should receive It, which deponent, being in durance, told him or them be supposed would be all right. Tbsodorr F. Gaiiitt Sworn to and subscribed before me this eigh teenth day of January, l*5f. Mamcbi. M Saltbrs, J. P. These depositions impressed my mind fully that the returns placed that day in my hands vera true. I entertained no partial* of donbt about the result, wkea, in the presence of Col. &tarks and others, I opened the returns and found a majority of 379 votes for the Demo cratic party. X concluded, as a natter of course, that the depositions of the judges and elnrks were made with a fall knowledge of tbe eontent* of the returns, then fur the first tins in my possession The returns, together with the depositions of the judges nnd cltrks, I scut I* my *Aee. at Loeensptoa, by Mr Brooks, onf tbe clerks w the surveyor geoertl'a 9ftve I am informed, in a letter from Mr Brooka that he placed them in the hands of General Maclean, the chief clerk of the surveyor gene ral ? on the 27th day of January I ?t once said to my friends, and others who oraS^Mrfv K.?<r that the Demo cratic party had a majority in the Lerislatnrn ninc!ir,ltT<>r,M<i ,tby,ublic?ti")n of sue?a state f, .J Cftme Washington with no particle ttt ^?a aZ m,rnd 113 lo th? resnit. On the ton I J F my arriTal in Walking 5 ! I? pay m7 respects to an old fnend Judge Donglaa. and before leaving he K \n ?J hands a paper he had jus? re oelved from Kansas jhis paper contained hat purported to be the depositions of the judges of election for the precinct of Delaware ' 'v whicL the deposed that there were but forty-Jiw votes polled at that precinct. I could not act, or form my opinion upon a newspaper publication ; but I immediately informed my friends that if the statement to made should prove tiue thev must inevitably control my action ' X ?k! ifi? rec#,je<i *?d opened a return from th? r?lawar? Cros?l"8 precinct which gives to Ind iSS par,Jr a majority of 379 votes, ? am,,Jority to the Demo cratic legislative ticket of Leavenworth county and a majority on joint ballot in the Legisla ture, under the constitution. If the judges of election at that precinct furnish tome, a* I in lormedGov Denver before leaving Kansas a reliable and sworn statement that but forty three votes were polled there, I should make myself a party to the fraud if I declined to be governed by the oaths of the judges It is a u.MtaoD going to the legality if the returns Ot that I may judge and determine. I shall *n*' '.n determination, I shall be governed by justice and truth and the right. If it shall, as it probably will, place the gov ernment ot the Slate of Kansas in the ham?* of my enemies, no one will regret it more; but vet no one. not even a Black Republican, could ^rformthe-duty with more of the conLcious o right than I shall feel in the honest dis ii *rgn?f my ?ffi2,aI dutief 1 have written to Gov. Denver to procure the sworn statement* of the judge* of this controverted precinct, and to have them taken under such circum stances as will secure a free and unbiased ex hibition of facts. By the sworn statements, so procured, I shall be governed in giving the certificates of election to the members of the Legislature from Leavenworth county. _ J- Calhoun. Author akd P.iintkr'm Devil.?In the dsys gone by of Ramage presses and inking balls, the youngest apprentice in a printingof fioe was generally known under thecognomenof the Printer s Devil." Authors have often complained of the voracity of these "imps" in their calls for copy, but we have never beard a ,?4fre striking ease of this character than one of late occurrence. A prominent citiien, a few days ago consented to deliver, before an association of the highest respectability, a paper upon a subject of great and general interest, in the meantime the Editor of a daily news paper had obtained of the author the promTse of his manuscript for publication. The day of delivery oame. and scattered through the room .n oomforubl, .rm chair., the n>?W? oFX Association listened to the able and instructive discourse of their worthy associate, in the midst of a well-rounded period, however, the door opened and a lad of perhaps fifteen sum mers made hi* appearance, lie had. as itafter ar!d' I6?*11 ^'"Patched from the panting office to obtain the address at the doe* of its delivery He. however, had a way of his own, and upon entering the room fixed his eye upon the author, and remarked, in rather a loud tone, to the surprise of the audience? ?Hav nt you got through yet'" ||No,' said the somewhat astonished author uv T m.*?1 me for * ?0Py>" replied the lad You will have to wait tell I get through " said the author. Upon which the disappointed messenger subsided into a chair and awaited the close of the proceedings -Boston Jour,uU. John Mitchell turned Kn w Nothing ? Our readers recollect an anecdote of John Mit chell, the Irish refugee, published a short time since in the Qaaette, in which he is represented as having said to a darkey he owns or hires, &ambo, we are going to open the African slave trade, and bring regular jet black, ivory toothed, Guiuea niggers into this oountry What do you think of it?" Sambo replied, Hell, massa, tink it would be a good ting and keep all dese low Irish out." John seems to have been thinking seriously of the darkle s answer, and has finally resolved to be guided by his superior wisdom, for he ia now denouncing in the Southern Citi*en-the paper he publishes in Tennessee?the naturali sation laws, and fears that, unless they are rej?ealed. " the Inited States is in danger of being made the common alms-house retugi turn jHccatonum, and penai colony of the world." (Jtuet HTiatt Crazettt. Dancing According to Spurukon.?The nev. Mr. Spurgeon has discovered that dancing is a very healthy exercise, and to be commend ed, but it is the dancing of ladies with gentle men ihat is so objectionable, and so he recom mends that they practice entertainment sepa rately We fear that this arrangement will not find much favor with either sex A ladies' quadrille ia pretty enough ; but what shall be said of eight fellows with beards on their faces grimly doing VEte in pursuit of health and gratification . However, there is nothing like novelty, and the least that the aristocrats who are advertised as Datroniiing Mr. Spurgeor., and wbo would condemn the''vulgar curiosity" of humbler sermon-hunters, can Jo is to try his plan at their own reunions. " He-uuadriUes, ?*>he-polkas, would make a good enrd of invi tation. Surely the titled patrons of this indi vidual are not going to discredit him by show ing that his labors produce no fruit ? London 1(1. News. Quite a mistake Lately occured in a love affair at Duanesbury. Jfc Y. A coo pie of young persons agreed to elope together, but by mis take the gentleman put his ladder up to the window of the room next to the one in which bii tiweelheart slept, And which proved to be that in which her mamma, a handsome window, reposed. She turned the mistake to her own advantage; got into his ai^ns, returned his affectionate embraces, was borne by him to the carriage, and bv preserving becoming alienee until daylight, kept him blind to hit error, and by the potent power of her blandishments, ac tually charmed him into matrimony with her self. The Schenectady Redactor gij^s these facts on the authority of a responsible corres pondent How to load a Gcs ?Accuitliug to Mr Suth erland,the R icliinond (Va ) gun maker,you out; lit to try it repeatedly with charge* consisting of equal bulk* of powder and shot, till you come to a quantity with which the gun will not recoil,or but slightly. Tbia will give you the proper quan tity of shot With this load, however, the gun w.ll scatter In all directions. To correct thin, reduce the quantity of powder until you And that the shot In carried as cloae as you desire A gii.i traded thus wilt never burst To make It carry t trther use abot of a larger site. No gun should Bred more tbun twenty times without being wiped out Wtieo In the leid, II will be much saler to carry the piece always at half-cock. n~^ * IIrat-rate joke u?.<k place lately, In opr Court room a woman was testifying in ??ebalf of her mid, and swore "that be had worked on a farm ever aince he waa born." ...Ta? ,aw.yT[' w*"> cro*?-examined ber, said, ^ 011 aaacrt that your sou baa worked on a farm ever aince be waa born"' ? I do " * "What did be do the flr?t mr*" "H.- milked." 7 The lawyer evaporated.?Hertford Cturamf. CTT Of twvuly-eltfbt Newspaper, opened bv the Postmaster at Charteatown, Maaa wlibia three daya, 11 were written upon, tkree contained dreM patterns,3 three akeina allk each,3 con'aln ed letters. 4 Dad pierea ef biaek allk, 1 contained a landscape drawing, 1 ? tetter and a"*'J Bank bill. I a child'# apron, I a roll of rlttee, one a worked ladles' eeller, and a thin* baky^ Special ffoticci. DtiriPtu akd Fit*.?Dr. Tracy Delorme, great curer of Consumption. vai Tor several years ao badly afflioted by dyspepsia that for a part of the time he was oonfined to his bed. He was eventually oured by a presorption lurniahed him by a yonng clairvoyant girl. This preaeription, givon by a mere oh rid while in a atate of tranoe, has eured every body who haa taken it, never having failed onoe. It is equally aa anre in oaaea of fita aa of dyapepaia. The ingredients ma? be found in any drug atore. I will aend t his valuable preaeription to any peraon on the receipt of one poatage atamp to pay pontage. Address Dr. Teacv Delorme, New York Post Offioe. " jan 28-2m* I am in possession of some valuable oertifioates in favor of the Consumption Destioyer; alao of ita efficacy ia relieving bronchial diaoase attended with ?evere cough. The Syrup ia pleasant and safe,and laloompoited of roota and herbs prooured from the Blue Ridge; it ia no oommon article. They are nioely enveloped in my ouoalars, where my place of reaidence ia seen. The extract of a flower called the Alpha Ointment for the Piles. can, with the Syrup, be found at Mr. C. Stott's; the Syrup ia at aeveral other plaoea on Pennaylvania aveaue, aa well aa Georgetown, at Mr. Newman's oa Bridge street. In Alexandria at Ledbetter'a. In Baltimore, at Hance's, 1M Balti more a treet. dill Special Notice.?For Perfumed Breath. White Teeth, and Beautiful Complexion, uae " Balm of 1 .nun Flowers " For dressing Ladies' hair uae M Woodland Cream," a new pomade ; it oauaea gen tlemen's hair to ourl beautifully. Price 50 oenta e&oh. W P. Fbtridos A Co., Proprietors. New York. Wholeeale and Retail Agenta for Washington, Tatloe A Macit, Booksellers, between 9th and 10th at.. Pa. avenne. n IT Dancing:. FASHIONABLE DANCING." ounces 'A PROF. H. W.MUNDER reapeotfully announocs to his friends and the public generally, that ~ hia laat quarter will commence on Tueaday afternoon, Feb. 2d, 1H5H. All those who desirei to be prepared for the exhibition are earnestly! solioited to join as soon as possible as the arrange ment of Kanoy Dances will take place immediately. The programme for this season will be entirely new, and far excel any ever offered to the public. Parents whodesire to see their children easy and graoeful ia their carnage, should uot fail to enter them very soon. Gentlemen's Classes on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, aa uauai. irom 7X until 9>4 o'clock, jan 30-dtf D ANCING ACADEMY. St have :JL Mr. T F. GASZYNSKI and DAUGHTER have the honor to annoanoe to the Ladies and Gen tlemen of Washington and Georgetown that he will re-opeu hia Classes for Dancing in< Washington on Friday, the 9th of Octolier. atl_ Temperance Hall, E atreet, for Misses and Maaters, from 3 o'olook p. m.; for I<adiea and Gentlemen, from 7 o'olook p.m. Georgetown?on Wednesday, the7th ofOotober,at Miss Harrover's Ladies Sem inary, from 3 o'olook p. m. For torms and particulars application can be made at Mr. G.'s reaidenoe, 407 E street, between 9th and lnth atreeta. se 12-?m Dentistry, Ao. DR. R. FIN LEY HUNT. DENTIST,. No. S10 Pennsylvania avenue. J Will perfo-tn all operations belonging to his profession at hia old established offioe, aa above. d 19-tf "y HE IMPROVED SETS OF TEETH. M. LOOMIS, M. D., the inventor and patentee of "Lootnis' Mineral Piatt Ttetk," having^ auooessfullj introduced his improvement in various oities. has now permanently estab lished hiinseli ia Waahington. This improvement for Sets of Teeth consists ohief It in making a set of but one pieoe of material, and that indeetruotible mineral. No metal ia used m their oonatruetion, and thej are therefore free from galraaic aouon and metalic taate. There are no joints to beoome filled with moiature or partiolea of food, henoe they are purt and clean. They are lighter, atronger, lesa clumsy. tar more durable, and natural in their appearance. I will give a reward o One Thousand Dollars to any one wno will produoe a similar work of art to equal mine in purity, beauty, durability, artist 10 exoeflenoe or any other requisite quality. All work responsibly warranted. 278 Penna. avenue, Between 11th and ltth streets. ap 13-1* JJIANO*?VEKY CHEAP.?1 have now in atore A Co.t It has the following gr<-ar bar* a ns: very superior Piauo of Hallet, uavis Co.. 7 oo'aves hne rosewood; original he?n rented out in a careful*'" *? " family, and will be sold for S3uu. Also, a aimilar Piano, same mikers.GS octaves ; origiuai price #300; will be sold . >r 9<25. These Pianos a e really tmrgains; we warrant and guarantee them aa willingly as we do our new ones. All persons in want of a good reliable Piano are so licited to o-all and see these instruments. A'so. a Seoond-hand Piano, which we have ao oepmd in part payment for a new one, for 9150; one for %*?; one for $15; and*ore for filu. Onrs is always the largest stock of Pianos in this oit*; therefore call at No. 306 Pa. av? between 9th and loth atreeta. fe9 JOHN F. F.I,US. ? hENTISTRY. I# DR. STEPHEN BAILY, OrricK No. 198 Pennsylvania a verve, Tkrn doort from U<4 Sirssl. Da. BAILY bap leave to inform the pablia that he can be aeen at all hours,at hia office, looatad as above. He feels assured that an experience of fifteen years' practice, with the largo number of patients,andgreat variety of dilfioult oases that he has treated success Hilly, will enaUe him to surmount any difficulty, scientific or otherwise, relating to tha Teeth. His own experience oonhrming the opinion of many men amiaeut in the profession, and especially Drs. Harris and J. and E. Parmly, baa lad him, long sinoe, to dis card all mercurial preparations for filling Teot.'i.alao all Enamels, Gutta Peroha, India Rubber, and Ce ments for the oonstrnotion of Continuous Gum Teeth, and that Poroelian, mounted on Gold Plate, is the only reliable substance that oan be worn in the mouth, as waa most oouoiusively shown by the last Amerioan Dental Convention. Although he flatters Limsoif from his long resi dence ana praotioe m Washington, he is fhvorably known to his numsrons friends and patrons, ha begs leave to refer them to the following TESTIMONIALS: From the late Reotor of the Charoh of Eplphaay of this oity. Dr. Stephen Baily: Dear Sir?I deeire to express my esteem for yon personally, aud my confidence id you as a superior dentist. The operations executed tor me have been highly satisfactory. I hope that yon may reoeive the patronage iron my friends and the public that yonr skill so wall deeervee. Yours vert truly, Washington. Aug.M, 1866. J. W.FKENOB. Fretn one of th?oldeat firms in Baltimore, Messrs, Boggs, Cot man A Co. Having employed Dr.Stepheu Baily, Surgeon Den tist, of Washington oity, to exeosto for me an im portant and difficult piece of work, whieh be did to my entire satisfhotion, and in view of the fact that one of the most distiagaished members of the Dental College of Baltimore, failed, after repeated trials, to perform the same work satisfactorily, it gives ml great pleasure to egress my entire ooandenee and high estimation of his professional skill. Baltimore,Jan.IX, 1897. HARMANN BOGtfS. Extract from a note reowvedjrom the late Han.Jahi y. a. 8mati.Aw.1I, The teeth yon made/or me work admirably; noth ?.^uw. v^\$^.-CLAYXOI,. Te those that seek relief from the maladieeof the teeth, I oan oheerfnlly reopmmotd Dr. S. Baily as * superior Dentist; he made a set of poroelian tee for one of su UaiUv.and p ugged several teeth 1( myself, and the work Inn all stood well for more thi Uflyesrs. ROBERTT. NIXON, of the Va. Oont of tbs M. E. Charoh South. Surgeon Dentist of this osty, or having been conus ant of his operations oa ear families ot friends, take ?are ta expressing oar admiration of hie artistic as well as of the amiormiysatisfltctor j famine; in which he performs the most delicate and diffiealt operations in Dental Snrxery,and we respeotfail* re oommend him to the conldenoe and patronnrc or the public, ef which we consider him eminent^ worthy. Tk::: __ a teeth for w*r ftktatf 0?dbr? r0RKKV.0PK bT great facilities in the importatioa of foreign Books, RrWtha? Inaagameats with F.aropean houses the* era enablud & execute all orders committed to thefr obargaTaad at a low rateef ua^ortaUva pneea, a a fe 10 FVfil?2^5 MSK ^r^S^lSS j m. aABSvj"^jf3~lti Pianos, Ac. (lOLD MEDAL PREMIUM " piano Fomrma. WILLIAM KPfAHE,

(Senior partner in the late firm of _ Knabu. Gakhli A Co., Continues the manufacture and sals of grand and HUT* PIANO FORTES, undcrMit nam** of William Knabe 4 Co., at the old stand. |SMI Noa. 1, 3, 5 and 7 North Eutaw street op- "I In pocite the Kitaw House, Baltimore. ..They have also jut opened a new Balsa Room at No SOT Baltimore street, between Charles and Lisht streetet on the . / * ^ *V 4T -uotrdi, doiUt raadi. ???*? ?iiun oiiurones. jSSSparSBL iXiSSSSSH two successive years-Ootober, 1855,innn ?; rassifff T^Jrsysr Su.*sv?^ ? po-.tan Meohanioe' Pair for 1857. Metro i i this we are in posseesion sftMtiisA mals from the most distinguished professors and amateurs in the oountry, whioh oau be seen at oar 7kVh:^ni'- for themselves an other?" a^?S3T"" wb"* a ^r!vi!?.tiU.T"t\IU'? fnaranteed for live rears, \od K3 mJIs1'he fiSmLJI?i "<* Wholesale dealers will find it to their utrutw* to jive as a call before paroteaiu. Mruotate Pianos exchanged, hired, ud t uned. ' marlft-ly WM. KNABK A CO. FIifi?r!ofHI*N<i?"AyEN' B,ACON* C?V8 w?Kr.yANOS-,u? "?tisasi o~? ^ ?* metzerott. ?'' * n' Seonnd hand Pianos for sale ohean. n 30-tf 1VUNNS A CLARKE'S % ftnd ? - rr?r[cTO^yi8 * CO.'sHTj F,?S?"lv",ee ^^toola, Covers, Melodeons, Ao., Ao., also on ? ? * n lb-tr ThIJtt^IS !)r'f 1? ' Ul? w- G< M ETZE pL,.? i? ' oor"er ?f Eleventh street --j r - ? Peiinsy Irnnia avenue, is the In rrqt ai j ^loomplateMB.i?.1 Establishment in? ? * l?* the District of Columbia. bratWl A VnV? C? and R???nkranxe's cele ""P?MKLODKojfs*1 d 9 tf ?xecut*d t?y Mr. Rebine. 514 SEVENTH STREET r? i j _ tobTas, O f T1 C /A T Office Second Story, three doore from . , One Fbllows' Hall. ?pectaoje? and GI&hhi icuted to ?verr airht* 8^:, Ay*?"**' M<i Watchmaker'a^^^^" ..if, ' I elesoopes, Microscopes treat variety; Cosmoramic Stereosoopes with views of superior and ohoioe piotureson hand. Sea adver tisement in National Intellig onoer!^ aGT"r TUSTIKOWIALS. ??. ?. BroutZ^TiJriTZ: ' T'"< and seem to have unproved my aicht more than any other I have lately tried 1 LITT. W. TAZEWELL. '"?* * P?ir of Spwjtablea obtained from Mr. tbTm of assistanoe to m_ fJli-i I 00rre,P0Ddin* with hip description of their focus. 1 recommend him as a skillful optician. HENRY A. WISE. Putxxsbcuo, October ?, 11854. ib^v^ L ? T*? ago, 1 obtained from Mr. Tobias, ?^ i^i *Lon' *Vr of Glasses for the spectaoies which I used, and found them of great assistance to V1,j?n; 11,11 opinion of linn is, that ,n preparation of Glasses for eyee not too far gone to be beuehtted^y such aid. J, F. MAY. . LTXCHBTTae,November7,1854. From an examination of Mr. Tobias' Glasses, and ;E5\.hl" obMryationa and remarks, am oonvinoed that he is a skillful optieian. J. J. BLACKFORD, M.D. mw i.k T, . LTacHBoao, November 10.1854. Mr. John Tobias, having furnished me with Glas ses, by which 1 have boeu greatly aided, (my vision having suifered greatlr from reading at night in my earlier life,I it anords me the highest pleasure to "J tha,t, 1 consider him a skillful praotical optician, and well prepared to aid those who may need las proiessional servioes. WM. B. RMUZIE. Elder o! the Methodist Conferenoe. Wo . r WiLmwoTON, N.C., June 27, MM. J? lOim?i^idr Str: 1 ant ii&ppy touiy th&t the Spcotaole? which I obtained front j ou last week are entirely satisfactory. From an inequality in toe visual range of my eyes, I have heretofore found great difficulty in getting glasses of the proper focal dis tances. It aMords in? pleasure to state, that by the aid of your optometer this difficulty has been happilj obviated, so that the Glasses you liiriiished me are deoidedly the best adapted to my eyes of any I have ever yet used. Very respeotfully yours, R. B. DRANE. Rector of St. James' Parish. Having been induced by a friend to visit the estab lishment of Mr. Tobias for the purpose ol try ins hie glasses I was furnished with a pair slightly colored blue,.whice have aflorded me more relief and gratifi r oat ion than any I have ever trifd. My sight, onrin ally very gotid, was injured by writing and readme at frequently to a very late hour: but with the aid of these glasses 1 can study almost as late a* ever, and that too without the p:nn I have previous ly suffered. JOHN WlLSONl Late Commissioneer Gen'l Land Offioe, Deo. 11, 1855. 1 have used Mr. Tobias's Spectacles for three or lour months,and take great pleasure in saying that 1 am much nleased with them. I have been much May 5th Wli0- SCARBURGH. '*? reoommended to Mr. John Tobias as a skilful optician; and as 1 have eyes of remarkable peculiari ty, I was gratified to finu that Mr/Tobias seemed to comprehend them by inspection and some slight measurement, and he has nuide me apair of Specta jii^m \aoi8 m? ad,,i,rall|y- A. 1. BUTLER. July 11, 1866. U. . WAeHiN?T0H, Aug. 8,1C55. Having been for years under the necessity of hav r.y'i*?1* ?f glasses one ior use in daylirht, and oue lor l?mp-light?I procured one set from Mr. Tobias which answered both purposes. I have used his for several months, and hiMi them excellent. EDWAKDSTUBBS, Of Department of Stkte. Mr. J. ToiiAi. Sir: The pair of SpeoUoles yoo furnished me yesterday are particularly satisfactory to i"1.6, 'hejr &re verl deoidedly the beet 4 possess, anji I am the owner of eight or nine pairs, carefully selected in dilferent plaoes and'from opticians rec ommended to me on aeoount of their professional standing in Frai.ce, England, and the United States, I have been also pleased with yoor remarks and di rect iocs on the treatment of the eyes, for the pur pose of preserving and improving the sight Respectfully yours, CH8. CALDWELL, Professor of M. C.. Louisville, Ky. Brooklyn Outbopakdic Institctiom, Alter most ooreful examination o/Mr. jflTobias's Glasses, I am enabled to testify that their hardness, oleornees, polishing, and exact opUoal shape render them partiou arly reooinmendabls to those whose merely optioal impairment of the eyes are in want ol suoh auxiliaries. 1 oonsider. moreover, Mr. Tobias fully qualified to determine the foous of the eye.both by his optical knowledge and experieoue, and by optometer. In addition, I can ftirther state that Mr. Tobiae has supplied some or my pa tieats with Glasses, to their aud my satisfaction ?k ^ ?- a a LEWIS BAUER. M. p.. Physioiac and Serreon, Berlin: Member of the V/,*' College of Ssrseons. Ensland; Member of the Mediaal Society of Lonaon, and of the Pathological Sooiety of New York; late Bur geon of the Royal Orthopaedio institution of VanchMter. England, and Snrgeon of the B. O. Institution. . ,. Noufolk, Va.,July ?, 1854. In the expenenoe of even two years, I have found great diffioa!ty in obtaining Speotoolos that were ex aotiy adapted to the weakness ol my sight. Tnis ui oonvenienoe Mr. Tobias seems to have removed for the present by the aubotitntion for me of better and more suitable Glasses. They are clear, ohry stal-like and comfortable to my eyes. I would commend hit* aaawriirwr - "W.'sfBKyr six ? , T. Impaired as to require the use of Glasses, I would feoommeud Mr. John Tobias as a suitable pereoa from whom to obtain such Glaaaoe as they may re II-A*- ^ ? fair of Spectacles fora far and near sight. Mv ixhtU been impaired very muoh by a servioe of years in the Poet Office Department, whioh berth required me to be on dety ?s r^'S.o^'tfb,'"1 rr??^a^V.%5KS'A*?Jl4UiT?, ey ee, I have been compelled to use glasses for scve Fy.yye. I have tried different opticians without iy the ueo of his optomotor ho m inohisil to adapt ' t'Ti u .^T *# iwOOWMMBi M r? iDtMU W all nAVhlkf vMMMMI tO Trtreltrf' Dilatory. ALEXANi>R.A A^WA8HINGTONVr The itMnr George Pare hinnt bMD taken of the routelor repairs,the COLLYER _ will, until further notioe, take herJ^^aBCC plaoa. rumuac at the boars mentioned^^^*^^^* below, from the foot of 7th atreet, Washington, and Janney's Wharf, font of Kingetreat. Alexandria. Leave Alexandria at * 7 w, 9, it>H. 1 3, Leave Washington at 6. 8* li\, 2. 4, 5V The Mount Vernon tnpa will ba discontinaed un til further notioe. f? 3 yyABHlNGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. Trains ran aa follows: Lhti Do. do. at ? a.m. Do. . do. at Asm. Do. d<>. at 4 Si p m. Do. do. at 5.1$ a. in. The Trains at 6 and ? a. 111 and 4.4> a. m. oonneot diivetly at Baltimore for the East ana at Relay for the West. Those at 8 a. m. a> d 6 16 p. m. for Aaap olis.aad at 3 js in. for Frederick and Norfolk. The 6 a. m. and 4.*'p. in. train* sre Kxpress, and stop only at Aaoapo is and Washington junouons. The Eastern train of Saturday at 4.20 p. m. goes only to Philadelphia. On Sunday only one train?at 4.30 p. m. ian2n d TH. H. PARSON!*, Aront. N KW AND IMPORTANT SCHEDULE. FOR ALL PARTS'OF THE WEST. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. Tha raoout extension and improvement of ita taad log oonneoting lines at the Wast baa required an en tire revision of the running arrangements of this road awhioh higtuy important advantages to the trav ?r are secured. On and al>er MONDAY, Jnn? 15, 1837, THREE DAILY TRAINS will bo ru in both directions lor through passengers. Firat-The ACCOMMODATION TRAlNstarts from Cmmdan Station. Baltimore,at 7 A.M.,<exoepl Sunday,) stops at way stations and arrives at Cam berland at 4 P. Iff. Seooad?The MAIL TRAIN starts (Sunday ax oapted)at <9i A. M., ana arrives at Wheeling at 4 M A. Mm oonnecting at Benwood with Central Ohio trains for Coiumbus. Cmoinnati, Indianapolis, Lou isville, Chicago, St. I^ouis, tee., and at same p'aot with trains for Cleveland, Toledo, Detroit, Ao.. by Cleveland Road, and also at Parkersbnrg with Ma rietta Road. . ... Third?The ST. LOUIS and CINCINNATI E X PRESS TR AJNleavee daily at 5.f*5 P. M., con necting at Benwood at 9 A. M. with express trains from Beilaire to Cincinnati, (ictifcowt chant* 0.1 Cars at Columbus,) and reaching there in but 2! hours from Baltimore and 3b hours from Washing ton. It also connects directiy, in both directions, at Grafton with oars by Parkersbnrg and Marietts roads for Chiilioethe. Cincinnati, eto. Tnese train* oorneot at Xenia for Indianapolis, Chioago and St. Louis, and at Cincinnati with the Great Ohio anc Mississippi Express for i<omsville, Cairo and St Louis through to St. Louis in leas than 42 hours frow Baltimore. Br this train the time to all the oentra and southern places in the West is much less, while the distance is from 40 to 100 miles shorter than by the shortest of other routes. From the Wast thesr connections are equally close and satisfactory, ar riving at Baltimore at 8.30 A. M. |Qr Baggage checked through to all points. THROUGH TICKETS aoM at lowest rataa at Camden Station and at Waahiagtont D. C. Passengers from Baltimore or Washington maj vie 10 the entire road by daylight, by taking mom ins trams, and lying ovar at Cumberland or Oak land, aud resuming aext morning by Wheeling Ao oommod&tion train, leaving Cumberland at a aa4 Oakland at 10 JO. FOR WAY PASSENGERS. The Cumberland Aooommodation Train at 7 A.M. will stop at all Stations east of Cumberland, and th? Wheeling Aooommodation at all Stations beyonc Cumberland going Wast. Eastwardly, tha Mai Xram leaves Wheeling at 8jn A. M.,and Aooommo itioc leaves Cumberland at 9, reaohing Baltimore at 5 SO P. M. ON THE NORTHWESTERN VIRGINIA BRANCH, between Grafton and Parkersbnrg, way Csengers will take tha Express weetwardly anc M&il esstwardiy. The FREDERICK TRAIN starts at 4 P. M , stopping at way stations. Leaves Frederick at 9.1* A. M-, arriving at Baltimore 12 noon. The ELLICOTT'S MILL TRAIN leaves at 8.44 A. M., and 6.15 P. M. Leaves Ellioott's Mills at 7. j A. M. and 7 P. M., except Sunday. FOR WASHINGTON AND THE SOUTH. Leave Baltimore for Washington at 4.16 and 9JJ A. M., 3 and 5.15 P.M. On Sundays at 4.15 A. and 5.15 P. M.only. Leave Washington for Baltimore at 6 and 8 JO A M.and Sand 4Ju P.M. On Sundays at 7 A. M., and 4 an P. M. only. The first and fonrth trains from Baltimore, and the sesond and fourth trains from Washington, will be express mail trams, stowing only at Waahingtoo Junction and Annapolis Junotion. The 9.15 and 5.15 trains from Baltimore and tha ? Jt aod 4 #' trains from Washington connect with the trains from Annapolis. For tiakets, information, fere, Ao., apply to J. T. ENGLAND, Agent,at the Ticket ofboe,Camdet Station. WM. 8. WOODSIDE, it It-tf Master of Transportation. Baltimore. QRANGEAND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD GREAT SOUTHERN MAIL LINE Twice Daily. (Sander nights exoepted.i bet west WASHINGTON CITY and the SOUTH, vis ALEXANDRIA, GORDONSVILLE ana RICH Bond. Leaves Washington at 6 o'uiook a. m. " Washington at 7 o'clock p m. For LYNCHBURG an*Tthe SOUTHWEST. Leave Washington at 6 o'olook a.'m.. arrive it LYNCHBURG next morning at 4 a. in.,oonneotin| with the trains on the Virrinis and Teunessee Kai Road for MEMPHIS. Mail Stages from Char ottesville to Lyaofebarg a distance oftfO milea. Fare from Washington to Lynohburg, #7.75. The steamer GEORGE PAGE, foot ofSeventk street, being owned by the Railroad Company, raw in connection with the trains. Tickets for Lynohburg procured on the Boat. (17*Omnibuses and Baggage Wagons will beat the Depot of the Waahington Railroad, to oonvey pas sengers and baggage to the Steamboat, for Alexan dria, a distaaoe of six milea, allowing ample time for meals. JAMES A. EVANS. Agent. Alexandria. Jnly, 1657. I* l-tf N JEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS The Skips (?sip?iisr this Lias ars .* Tha ATLANTIC ? Capt. Oliver Eldndga. ?: ifekiife? Thaae ships having been built by ooutraot expraaalj for Government aervioe, every oare has been takes in their construction, as also in their engines, to in sure strength and speed, aud their aaouiamoda:..x? for passengers are unequalled for elegance and corn fort. The steamers of this line have improved water tight compartments, and ?ioexpense has l<een spaied to make them alias good as uew, the thorough exam ination given them proves their mode ol cunsti no tion yet unequalled. Pnoeut pneaagefrom New York to Liverpool, la first oat>in,#l3u; in second do., #75; Froo> Liver pool tr New York, 30 and 29 gemeaa. An experi perienoed Sai gaon attached to each alup. No berths can be aaourao until paid Tor. PROPOSED DATES OF SAILING. raoM hbw Toax. Saturday, Jan. 16? .1868 Saturday, Fab. 13 1868 Saturday, Maroh 13 . .1858 Saturday, Apr I 10. ...18W Saturday, April 24....1056 Saturday, Msy ? 1MB Saturday, May 22 1868 Saturday, June 5 1858 Saturday, June 19 . . ia*g Saturday, July 3 1<?68 * r.Jnly n ? raoM LivaarooL. Wednesday, Feb 3. ,1W Wednesday, M'oh 3. .1861 Wednesday, M'oh 3V. .185? W ednea. 1 at, April 28.1868 Wednesday, May !2 .1854 Wednesday, Msy 26 IM Wednesday. June 9 . .18** Wednes<lay, Jane '*3 l?-l Wednesday, July 7...ia*8 Wednesday, July 21--}* ? Wednesday, Aug. 4 .ia*t Wednesday, ^ept. I ..???>? Saturday, J ntj 17 1858 Saturday, Aag. 14 l?Vt, j-w . - Saturday. Aug.28 185?| V\ eJneeday, Sept. IS 18iJ Saturday, Sept. If .. 13W Wednesday, Saturday, Sept. i6... .?*stl| Wedaea^ay. Oct. 1?. -lsrt Saturday, Oot 9 iH Wednesdsy, Oot. ggsis&.y-dsaac:?i"1a ?. M?kOWN, SHirbF,V * CO., ' B G. WaVn w k ItiH i 4t CO., Parti. The owners ol these ahips will not be aoooacUblt for sold, silver, ballion. apeo.s, iewe..7. pracioui at?mea or metais, aaleaa tul a of rndtac a/a aigne< therefor and tne vaiue thereof axpieaaad iharaia. d 16 PHILADELPHIA. WILMINGTON A N L BAt TIMORE RAILROAD. ?^ 1 mii ? i?i ? s ajaM 1 1 s^? si Passenger trams for Philadelphia leave President street dep<?t, Baltimo.e, daily, except Sundays, as t?Uowa,*ia: . Fxpress Tiain at 1.40 a. m.; Way Ma?lTrain at II n'aloek a m ; Evwitng Mail atf J5 p m OaSa? days at p. ?A. AU Inua* ooimeet with York trains except ? 75 p. m. Saturdays. FOH HAVRE DE GRACE ONLY Laave |MtiB?ofeat4, io'aloek ?. a> From Philadelphia at 8 a. in.. 1 p^ ? _.and 11 p ?? FOR 8EAFORD,DEL. Paasaegera leaving Haltimoieat ? ia at wllraingfcm with W* m. tra a aad a* P* I Irani Baltimore with ~* am Baltimore With ?98?> Tntveler?' Directory, 'J'"' PACIFIC ly^^BTK&Mllir UU*, 7^r^?rw.rAiii ^JSSkWHT CALIFun.MA.miOKtftON twies aa$h month, on tks u-riSHi ? I'nitsdPtttse Mail S.S. Company'*w era. vu>k l?w New Orl?M in4 N?r % oik rasa &<ss3 sssaf^rvw 'sksrjat lSont??l9* 'hi EOADS. _ Theee steamships hsve napeotsd Bad ap proved by tiieNaTy syaad (CT miles p.eted frMoiMitooMM. end i^oroeoedirB l? ? Ware. The hag*a*e of passei*ers is checked ia Nsw York throacn to mi Francieon. m ked at Pmm by .Wf ^H"111' ?'if . _ jm. The modal paid is N?w \ ork oovars all (1NMM of the trip. _ I*MrT?it?wMri ars kest ia port w Pimmim Sen Fruotaoo, to prevent detection in of moi dsnt. ao that the route la entirely rtlxrnblt?mo Bul ure hannr ooourred ta sicht iatra. Paaaen*er? leave Panama tha wains day thay ar rive at Aapiawall. Condaotors gu throach by each ateamer. and take here* of womeaaad ehiidrea withoat uthi charge of womeaand oh;.dree withoat other i tQTAe For throach tick eta at the krwast ratea apply at the ageaey. Ttt Weat atreet. New Vork. to I. W. RAYMOND.-or to ARMSTRONG. B^RR^A OO^ |y u if C. L. BARTLETtf. Boeloa pOR NORFOLK ANU PORTSMOUTH, V* The ateamer LOUISIANA learea thecoma Dook, foot of Conoord atreet. Balti more. every Tu?MUy. Thuradai. aad Saturday .and the steame- NORTH^?^* CAROLINA every Muaday. \Vednssday, and _ day, at So'olook p.m. M. N. FALLS, ff? v tf Pr#?'H#nt vUlnvMii^ u NIT kill STATES MAIL LINE ONLY REGULAR LINE en withovt ra.lL? a a voa ?i?ht tuu, tea CALIFORNIA AND OREGON VIA PANAMA RAILROAD. R?tnl ar Smiling Depr, btk # MA mf eacA Catrnow.?So many fhtuda and .mpoai tiona of various k ? o? have been lately Perpetrated on traveUera bound toCAI.f i )R MA. that the aubaoriber. the on,y authorised Agent for pasnjre b* the L\ S. Mai! Line, na Paaa ma, in the oity of New Vort. feeia it hia daty to oaution ail peraona seeking passage to California, that, to avoid iWKoajTto*. they iraat 1# aarsful ta ftpd the tree offioe of the Stsamahipa of the U. 8. Mail Line, via Panama Railroad. aa no other office id New York la authorised to enra*e piaaue. The Compantea have only one offioe m New \ ork. which u at 1T7 Weat atreet, oorner of Waijee atreet, fronting on the North River, at the head of the Com sanysWharf. fir ?>?. - ?I?wc:SiV'd?hD, Amu. - lawfittw, t>. JJOME INSURANC^^OMPANY OF NEW Cm*k Cmritml #**.?? Sarr'ai*r?r_ StBJMB The undersigned, havins been appoiated Agent of this Company, is prepared to issae^ Policies op Man No. 412 7 th at., oppo. Inteliigeeeer Offiee. duigs, Merchandise. Steamboats. Ac. on aa lai ora Me companies. HaNhON. A| 512 7th at., opp ianC-eofrtn GenERA^UCLaSS 8A?J KKaL ESTATE AGENT. For Boantv Land a. Pension Claima. Prhasea tion of Claima before the Court of Claima, ^ongrese and the Depnrtmente, Pnrohaae and Sale of reaj ea tatea. attend to Rentinx Houaea, Bay aud Bell (And Warranta. Negotiate Loana, and all beaioeaa of similar character. Ofhoe oorner 7th and Lpuiatana avenue, jan 16 ly VN Behuiftoa. City. _ Gold and silver PURCHASED AT THE BEST RATES. FOREIGN BILLS OP EXCHANGE SOLD, ON THE PRINCIPAL POINTS IN EU ROPE, IN SUMS TO SUIT. GOLD CVRRKNCyTaND VIRGINIA MO NEY ACCOUNTS, WILL BE OPENED FOR DEPOSITORS. PAYABLE INSAME FUNDS, OR IN GOLD.CHARG ING THE CURRENT RATES -CHECKS MUST BK 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 MOfiEY BOUGHT AND SOLD. LAND WARRANTS fuRCHASED AT THE HIGHEST RATES^ SWEENY, RITTEN HOUSE, FANT 4 CO., d 4-am Bank era. rpEN PER CENT. INVESTMENT. Corporation Bonde of the City of Daveceort, Iowa, pajiuc 10 per cent, intereat by Coupon ui Near York. Bonm of #500 each. The ?mwinK city of Davenport hu now about 20.(M> in?at>iiai<te. and la rapidly inoreaatng in wealth aud population. Ita municipal debt la only % tSM.iKKi, and ita railrojid der* only J>l?,?*i, aud cannot now be ir.creaeed. The ataiiatioa of the oit* were peMiahed in the InteUi^ tencer of the #'th September. W e recommend theae bonda. t>elievin< ttem to be aa aate aa any CTVBB ?P..THIi?? cuitu. tmjm s CHAN DISK, Ac., at ue Banal City rates, witBoat My eharpce for th^ir Ofco#, ourn#r of Tenth Street and Pennaylvania Avenue, over the WaahUKtvia City Savuiii Bank. Diaacroae. Wm. F. Bayly, SafcneI Biml Joaeph Bryan, F. Haliday, Wm. Orme. HadaoL Tayior. Frano.a Mohan. M. W. ?alt. ||?Bi.B?alljAMEs c> moGUIRK. President. ?aarroN D. H a neon. Secretary. a?'1-ly AN RING HOUSE OJF CHUBB BROTHERS, DsrosiTt ? Depoaita reoeived sad Chaeka paid rithoat oharie. Drafta on ths north era ssahaard '.xohancs on B DirwiTV.? ivwyw Withoat charge. Drafta on the northern oitiea reoeived on Depoatl at par, and F.x<?r said Ciliea furu'thed to depoaitois withoat oaMure. Iktkbk?t on Dkfohts.?Intareet will be alK>wec OB Deposits at *uoh ratee aa ma* ba a*reed up>?n Dkpositd im ViaeiHia and UwriraBBitT Mowbt. Depoaita in Virginia and other LoonrreBt Money re ? eeived to be ohscksd lor. payable in aame fends, oi .a Will bediBOi>anted, and Lk*x? mftd?on Hu b i*.*. and Seoaritiea. at the market rats. LKTTKaa or CasDiT.-l^ttera of t red it will be furniahed, necotiatue in the ditferent Cities of the I n hsd Stales, on Deposit of Money or v^iillalsraia. bluinterest iQowed' if M-?ey ia iapos.tsd, and aharcsd if Couatsiaia.oB auoh terms as a^y bea?reed *?iiAT*i.Ties Btlls or KxcH.A*ea.-Travs?erawil! he furnished with drafta in saah same as amy t>s 4* aTred^Motib.e in thedMlereiit Cuisb of the Urtoo. B.LLa awi> LBTTaaeorCaBDiTOB ENeuaamlas at the market rate for KxchmifS, same to an t. Bobd*, Stotk?, Ae.?Bonds, stoeka, and Seven ties pay mi from C to It ar. oent.. always for ea s, or boacBt ui the difereut Cities at a commission of s % DO It cm ui umsrviu v-iiim m r ciininutMui' w ? ? pr.oent. Wheee gtoeke are boutht apt?n orders, wt rsssnre ths richt to aail lor a deposit *f 1?> pr- ?*nt on the <v>et. Bonds or Stock a will be ordered bt tale fratk. _ , RaiLKOAC. ClTT. Airo Statb H -jtds.?RaMroaJ. City, and State Bonds can be ptaoed in oar hand a for ? .either ia this eoantry or F. ksk *? ' lL'; ? "? BJBrlet rateaTAIl WarranU sold by aa are *aarae tttd in every reepeot. . Land Warrants located on fv mn ttrm LmmI Warrant a BotatMme regaJarfy fsreljaBs lire orders, or Beat for sale ob ^ VO"*or c?*?? U prwaapt 5oen of ' ?'">? "r rTne?ng rouse d CHUBB BKOJrtfRJ. otss w*U M. iters i A o?...U VIII b. *"*r?W tkeM to depoeit <i??T(i aj?dl Cheeenkr esnassy, ?ne *~C3 Bs ffitWffSOTt???.. ? NTRREST ALLOWED ON "DKPtWITK^ MOMMYM LOAN mm STOCK BECWAiTJES' 'JgRPBB ?wt**#