Newspaper of Evening Star, February 26, 1858, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated February 26, 1858 Page 1
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THE EVENING STAR is FUBUBRED SI BELT AWTBRNOOII, (BUNOAT EXCEPTED,) AT TUX ITAI BUILDIRM, Cnur y J>?. mwim amf El*?nth Hr?t, By D. WALLAU1L r?f?n served lapaekacee by earners it |4i year, ?' ft mru per month. To mail sabsenbera the sab ?eription pnee is 9X30% year, in adeawes; #2 for si* months; fl for three months ; and for mm than three months at the rat* of IS eeata a weak. 8u?i'a oopiee, one aaat; in wrappers. two eanta. Adterti? km? 5ti (of eight l]net to tke **oare> nserted three timee lor 91; every other day or eem:-weekly, 25 per oeat. advaaoe; onoe a week. 40 per oeat. advaaoe. OOR6EOK. A Sketch (rem Ike French ef Kdmnnd A bent. cbailbs i>. CAKDETTI. I. . Htr'nS taken the second prise in tragedy at tbe" Conservatory." he soon made hiadthut ?t the Odeoo. It was, if I remember aright, in January, 1846, when he appeared as "Oros man and was blessed by every student from the left bank of the Heine. Nona of hi? friend* were surprised; it is no d.ffleu t to succeed in tragedy, when one's name u r10rgtan. He ought to hare taken a ?* Mentreuil, or Thabor; i?iP?r ,0? ,,uck t0 hi* n8IQe ? sole inheritance. However, his fall made but Imle n.l? f?r h, h.d r.w friends, ?.? h> "f ?" *>? J!^"r?r WO,uld Tn8a*e for tragedy, pil.Sft comedian friend got him into the i alaia Royal, and be took bij lot philosophi cally. "After all," thought he, 41 comedy has more of a future before it than tragedy. for there will probably be no more Racincs, while than SlafrviuJ*'' *? Wril? beUor ???de?illc? He was soon discovered to hare talent in his tnZif' Pos*?''8,n* ? pleasant voice, a natural ? . *D m,?,cr7? ?nd great command il?r th* public took him into fprtm naLln? of ^orS*?n was passed from mouth to mouth, aa that of an actor with Tou?? raer,ta 0f Sainvil,e ?nd Aleide ^usm-tamorpho., of Orcsman into Jocrisse J*e"pted some eighteen months, and at twenty 2L2R, ?f aSe? florgeon was m iking ten Ku u francs a year, witbouteounting Seue h ^ J!? *$.&"? at this juncture turned don^ll UPT> U mu,t he ownc l but we J".ce ZZJhhl.W\ mi*fct h*v' '1"n? in ?? *$* ht. of pretty furniture in his roouis, and louis-d ors in his pvk^M, lifted his chin to such a height that he fancied himself ? Toungninn of fashion, and learned to play lansquenet, which unfortunately is not difli culr. I fancy indeed. that if every game ware as complicated as chess, there would be fewer ruined by play. surprised him, surrounded by a small regiment or creditors, to whom, iu n ?. rr ^ 7." bounded to discover that he owed twenty thousand francs. 'MIow is tbis> ' toliloqaued he," when I made nothing I owed noJiiug, now. the more I make the more I owe have lucrative engagements then the virtue of contracting debts for their recipient IIi< ziazrr evcr* t** u>*e? ^ ? IVZ JI CaU9? them M maeh inconveni ence, and regretted sincerely the happy day tbe mnk? ,k",Jw WM ??'i|r phllotophi.ini ori^ hl ?" J^lf "M"b- ''?CM ?f life * ' If r bav? ,h? necetwary moans }, lf * on,7 made exactly enough for mv ?cto.1 ?.nu. I ,h?ulJ 0?m^ Z ? "?h?. i.b.hi,cow*I*. perSuity that ruina me. I have no use for jnop than fiv? hundred francs a month. If I brotbfr*. rParrnt* t0 *uPP?rt> 8i8t?? to dower, ? P ^Ce al allege?very good ! but I A ?"r IH world?ah! suppose I marrv!" .for.??on?mJ. he married the veri*t"co quette in the theatre?and in Paris None of Parisian readers, I am sure, can have forgotten that pretty little Pauline Ri Inln, :hrr *ad ,*at^ were th? success of many a vaudeville. Her eyes, though small *P ?? lhty B9f>med ^ flash over her th*t thH?%*a? ? b*,r'*? bIack and so long, that the rol,. wf a Swiss girl was created pur poacly for her to display it. Her figure was charming; and as to her hands, thev were ab solutely cur'osiues. and Jouvin invented a for. '*2 At "wnteen, a! .??r rUt ,h" .bo*?tJ no ancestors PallJ LI !' u th? rU(<'"ot thc Theatre R?yal, she just missed being a Mar t"'''., A dweendant of the Round Table Knights, indubitable Marquis, and uniniti J.ud Broton ..K,k it hnaa ,??Z" Uk ; I coluP,#of d'>waecr aunts wero the onlv sai'th si ' V^he anger of dowagers. saith Solomon,?) ? terrible, especially of Tau in. rrfh" ? Aad P*Mlin? remained i? k i this oruiaosaae Oorgeon to kneel at her shrine She reoeiyed him at first with , lmP?rtial grace whioh she accorded to all her suitors, for he was g,H>d looking dressed well, and had an agreeable voice aud aM^ei.began jth* then' under favorable Auspices, and at the end of the month Pauline K | J j\ wt8 In Fel,'uary. 1H4? In March she liked him better than all the others in April she loved him and let him discover it! He waited for her to uMmiss his rivals, but 1 aulme was in no hurry, and the preparations for marriage went on amid a crowd of amorous u boso attention, gave Gorgeon the ! 'p j.U 7as haPP/ neither at his room nor at I ?uline s, for at his were his creditors, and L a h*r b??ux; ?d he finallj askod her, i .k j J- 11 the8,J ??n?'smen could uot Dnd another diunity to aigh to. on* ?*V l*'d 'hr"i " *r# you Ko'ng to be jeal ous You know I love you. for I tell yoi ?o; and to prove it, 1 am going to marry yoa He tides, jealousy is somewhat ridiculous, always but in our profession it is absurd !'' The marriage came off the last of April. Two benefits paid Gorgeon s debts and the wedding ei{^nses, the first at the Odeon, the second at J.Hiian Indeed, all the theatres in Paris ZMT? t?tUk? Pa^' for Gor??'^ and Pauline . u' [CVerJ,rher? Th^ ?"? united at . V. / S*1'6 * ?ran,i dtjtuttrr at Pestel s tu Fontainbleau in the evening .k ! quarter of their honeym^n was shedding its raidance over the old forest when tb y arrived?Oorgeon as proud aa the son of an emperor, and Pauline gay as a humming till\ , !) next inornin- the lst 0f May. w,* the /et$ a?% t>uhions. which is kept up till the ensuingdawn, under the giant beech trees, and a the youth of the neighborhood were there all admired Pauline, and took her for the lady Bountiful of the neighboring chateau, coining to patronis? their festivities, in which she joined heartily, and danced away till three o clock in the morning, in spite of the gravel getting in her little Paria boots (Jorgeon was not jealous. When they re urned to the Palais Royal, he made no ill natured remarks about his fellow actors tutnv tng his wife as they had always done She was almoat their adopted daughter?thev had known her an infant behind the scenes and ahe remembered being dandled on their knees. noiLl r ? WOri7 ,J'or*?<,n ?l'?htly was. to p*ul'De s quondam admirers ogling her through their opera-glasaea, and this nearly forUwKiehlIS 10 f1 h'8 on tWo occasions for which he was laughed at by his comrades, who discovered the cause, and one joker told him he was going down bill tothe'third role t They call t??-ib,rdro/M" the villains, jealous husbands and splenetic old men.) He took the jokes in good part, however, though he couldn't digeet the gentlemen of the opera-glasses and he read with sn emotion of pleasure the noti?e on the green-room door forbidding *\\oi<t.itd,r* entrance into the mysteries of the rouiissc*. He also took care to accompany Pauliuo hour, and to the theatre every time she playrd wifh oat him. but Pauline didn't object to this, f.,r though sfae was a little of a flirt, she loved her husband .Tbeaammer passed pleasantly enough; tho members of ''young Paris" were at the various wsterm* plaees, and Monsieurde Gaudry, the Breton Mtrquit who mtrrj Pauline, passed the season at his chateau ; so that the honeymoon didn t ferment. But in December Paris came home, and the dramatic society Kted their bills for a grand artist's ballon the t of February, of which Unrgenn was wre tary. and his wife a patroness. All the young men, a la asad* of theatrical life, rushed for ticket* to the patronesses, aud the prettier they were the grwater the demand Oorgeon saw that he oould not eloae his dowr, his staircase was in a constant commotion, and his ball rope was worn out by innumerable yellow kids. M. de 0a?4rj to buy a Mket, then loat il VOL. XI. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1858. NO. 1,592. and returned for Mother, which he nre his ???* J6*' jD(v. wa* ^orc?d 10 com? again for a Shi' M l Def1 dfcy fora fo?rth for ?friend of his, and again lor one ol hit club-up to at h^t * M*e v Gorf?^n was one of Bertrand's ^tof twif;. Up th? button nlnft time? h?t? Tin ihVp,,,t#l; but what was all thl eont?r2 K ^ hud not iBM,,U>d birn; on toe contrary, he was the mirror of kindness fhe worVd *w 'fM? <*aarr',ed with Gaudry wrnn? k ? ? not only make him in the d ,wouId tnJ be wag cracked. lik^Uln? l0Ved hJm M W?" Wever< bntshe whh compliments, aid played with the fire like a woman who wa* sure of not "7? if When QorS?on proposed tartly to ahut the door in the face of her ad mirer?, she stopped him at once. sh.1 d?iU\W?nt '? make you "dicalous.' said he don t he alarmed ; if any one of thcao gentlemen outstep propriety, I shall know how to show him his error; but if we make a xeene all i am will know of it, and you will be point ed at in the street." He had the impudence to allude to those an noyances in the presence of snrno of his artist companions, and the consequence was a con fUS ?8efI*8rof and puns at hia expense, (not to his face, but where he would be sure to boar of them ) which ended by souring his tem per and doatroying hia domestic peace. she /? u ^arr<s,ed witb h?' wife, and tit foTtat >n ,nnocence. g*ve him back veljVrv8, ?Vhl- ?f thp9? di3t,,rb'?nc?8. the anni versary of their marriage aliped by witlmnt lected it* and ^'>e nex.t ^b one recol i?n^J1 Uor8<*'U said to himself; ?? She can t love me much to have let it puss unre feMntid ?1 ,,au,i"? bought her husband repented of his match. But M. de (Jaudry, never far out of the way. sent her a bracelet. Gorgeon wanted to take it back wit* an expression of his sentiments. Pauline insisted ?n keeping it. - Because you didn't think it worth whtfa to make me a present," tent ions''' >0U finU faU,t W'tb fri?nd> ?t ..hlTi?Ur fri*nf\are a*"''> wh?m 1 intend to chastise,^ cried (lorgeon. ?n'J?!?:? betler correct yourself. I thought up to this moment that thero were two classes ?/sueSnTwn0r l? tb,C berd?noblemen and ar tLu now r W a What t0 tbiDk of ar" ?,;nYo,u think what you like," said Uor me a'/?e,f?T? f" ' '? but yon aha11 not take me as a text of comparison any loneer." Are you going ?" . " 41 Guod bye!" It Vhe,re are Job going ?" " Voa'H know one of theso days." A\ hen will you return?" ^ ever! [to be cosrm gD.] ? i? tl, _____ SPIRITI ALISM AMU 44 PASSIONAI AT THAI TIUV I\ ?,TI AT_ A Runaway Wife. [From the Cincinnati Times 1 is 'thTilL^UlrS 58 *ea"of a$e. Samuel Paul on Western0 Row * ie?ond:band furniture store street Hb w- \f?w do<>? *bove Eluabeth street. He was. until about si* months auo n i' ZV:"" ?"???'-then be became a b.npj bridegroom, and now ha is azain wifeuL acquainted with a dashing widow lateiv ? rived from Chicago. The happy couple Led contentedly; but about eight weeks air!rV Paul waa surprised to fiud hTa JSe u^n u? occasion of her returning from a visit J! Wv^ * ?pecimen of the male spcefes hifd^h'lhe-Intruduced m ? particular friend she had become acquainted with in Chicaeo bv name Truman Beeman. Mr. B ? uan was J JVr? dl-P'f. ?J Andrew Jackson Davis and other leaaor lights. Mr. Beeman being a Vtran ger the city Mr. Pau| u,e<M) upon ber h"?"r board in \t? u 7 Mr/;n?*d? no objections, and Air. Beeiuan was duly installed inw??ant S? p!n<;?d ua MriM meet nofa beSlrer .L" l"' thaLt.?#ntlwn,n W4? not a oelierer, and. as he graphically eipressed ? looked u|>on the whole matter a* nothing but "tom-foolery;" but, Z rJ ?til trcrj Saturday ni?bi a circle would convene, and doubtless as tonishing manifestations were the r*?ult Mr Beeman assured Mr. Paul that he had diwoJ diuii ilitto ?aUl W4S * V6rJ m<" Matters went on very smwthly, and eitendin/^" a"* circl? ot ?^uaintanoe far ?"d Sometime,, between and H) would assemble at his house of an evening and discuss spiritualism, eto Last tnday, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, 8,'u?ht {*r- but could not be found! 1 ?urs passed, but still she came not; but one KSTfT C WV dlsc^ered induced her husband to conclude that ^lie had notHeparted mon?vT'?K tb? drawcr bad been taken money to the amount of *159. The spiritual Beeman departed, since which time naught has been heard of his whereabouts, although dili drivei, I?!'P V , u mado- Thi? fact 7. Mr. 1 aul to the conclusion that Mr Beeuian has obeyed the doctrine of " elejtivo athnines and 44 passional attractions,' and is now in company with his too impressible rara 'posa, Mrs P. Mr. Paul had the satisfaction a d?y or two since, of receiving the following *Xj?Ob"r hU *bsoon^?l! ?ir?. date? ' Mr. Paul I write a few lines to let you know I am well and in good spirits. I am perfectly sane. I know what I am doing. I never shall return to you again to live with you. for it is impossible for mo to comply with your wishes in some respocta?therefore 1 didn't wish to make you unhappy. You have said to me several times that I must do such things that I oould not consent to do, and 1 aaw it was impossible lor me to think of being banoy with you alter you talked to me asyou did the day before mother left, and at that time 1 made up my mind that I would leave as soon as possible, and let you manage to suit your self I did not say a word to any one. They were all as ignorantof my proceedings as your self. I took what money 1 could find, and what few things I could without any one no ticing 1 had anything as I went out. I am now on my way to my uncle's; I have three; they are all wealthy, and will give me a home as long aa I live. They know nothing of my marrying, neither will tbey by me. You are at liberty to marry any one, if you wish, for r shall never make you any troubla. Property is nothing to me without happineaa, and when you get home to the spirit-land you will then see that I have never acted only from a pure motive. 1 wish you well, and want you to be happy. I want Henry to have what I have left that belongs to me. My trunk-kev I have with me; I forgot to leave it. I will write to him in a few days. My love to Mr. Langtree?I was very much attached to him? he has always been kind to me. My love to all I have no more time to write more. I will write again. Mabt E. Picl." A Candidate ron Mayor?A stump candi date for the Mayoralty of Oalveaton, Texas, announces himself in tho paper as follows : Hu Industry we Thrive.?T. W. B. Odam is tne workingmen's candidate for Mayor, at the election ou the first Monday in Maroh. He is not the tool of any-clique or party. He is a Democrat of the Jeffraoman school, believed in a Supremo Btiag, accepts holy writ, submits to the laws of his country, and takes physio when he is sick. Balance from the stomp when called on. 0* Eaely Risino. - One of our eontempora ries disposes of this virtue aa follows :44 Wenave watched (he says) those fellows who are the ear ly risers, and as a general thing they are the first chaps who go to the groceries of a morning. It is all moonshiue about tha smartest and greatest man being the early risers. It might have been so in ola times, bat nowadays whas you see a ehap moving abovt vary early you may b? certain he is alter ? 4iink." 8pecial lotices. DTirinu asb Fits.?Dr. Tracy Delorme, treat uorer of Consumption, waa for several years so badly afflicted by dyspepsia that for a part of the time he m confined to his bed. Ha ni eventually sured by a p resorption furnished him by a young 3 airvoyant girl. This prestnption, given by e mare uiild while in a state of trance, has cured everybody who has taken it, never having failed onoe. It is tqualiy as sura in oases of fits as of dyspepsia. The ingredients may be found m any drug store. I will lend this valuable prescription to any person <41 the receipt of one postage stamp te pay portage. Address Dt.Teact Delokmk, New York Poet Dffloe- jan 38 2ra* I a* ro possession of some valuable certificates in favor or the Consumption Destroyer; also af its f money in relieving bronchial disease attended with ievere oough. The Syrup is pleasant and safe, and a composed of roots ami herbs procured from the Blue Ridge; it is no oommon article. They arc noely enveloped in my oircnlara, where my pltee of residence is seen. The extract of a flower called the Alpha Ointment Tor the Piles, can. with the Syrap, b? fonnd at Mr. Stott s; the Syrup is at several other plaoes on Pennsylvania nveaue, as well as Georgetown, at Mr. Newman's on Budge street. In Alexiodria at L>ed better s. in Baltimore, at fiance's, 108 Balti more street. d7-tf Special Notice.?For Perfumed Breath, White Teeth, and Beautiful Complexion, use ?' Balm of t.wn Flowers." For dressing Ladies' hair use \\ oodland Crmm," a new p<>innde ; it oauses geu ilemen's hair to ourl beautifnlly. Price w cents 9Rcb. W. P. Fkteidoe ft Co., Proprietors. New York, wholesale and Retail Agents for Washington. r>n.oa ft Mauet, Booksellers, between 9th and 0th at.. Pa. avenue. n 17 Dancing. , p*ASIIIONABLE DANCING. ^S" ^ ? MUN1)KR respectfully nnnounoes o his friends and the public generally, that #>! lis last qujrW will commence on Tuendnj a# ifternoon, F eb. 2d, 13SR. AII those who desire/tP o be -prepared for the exhibition are earnest ly LuiV olicjtod to join as soon as possible, as tne arr*n<e nentof i<auc* Danees will take place immediately. liis programme for tbis season will lie entirely lew, and far excel any ever offered to the public. 1 arents whodssire to s?e their children easy and traoeful in their crvrnaRe, Ehould not fail to enter hem very soon. Gentlemen's Classes on Tuesday and Thursday usual.irom 7>* until 9>, o'clock. jan .?0 dtf | J ANC1N6 ACADEMY. Mr. T F. GASZYNSKT and DAUGHTKR have no honor to annonnoe to the Indies and Gen- aft leriien of \\ astiington and Georgetown that tfw le will re oppn his Classes for Dancing in W ashington on Friday, the 9th of October, at tSNfc remperanoe Hall, E street, for Misses mid .Masters, rom 3 o Oiock p. m.; for Ladies and Gentlemen, riU.l0 ?? m- Georgetown?on Wednesday, he 7th of October, at Miss Harrover's Ladies Seno nary, from 3 o clock p. m. ,\?r *n4 P?rtionlars application oan be made 4 Mr. G. s residence, 407 K street, between 9th and ^?treots. se If-fim Dentistry, ftc. D R. R. F1NLEY HUNT, ?u ?? ? DENTIST. No. Sin Pennsylvania avenne. " ill perfo'm all operations belonging to hie "jft*!#0*?'^ established office, as above, d 19-tf pHE IMPROVED SETS OF TEETH. M. LOOM IS, M. D.. the inventor and patentee of L?omit Minimi p)au Teeth* ' 7 ?? 1 uocessfully introduced his improvement inf*MS3 anous cities, has now permanently estab-^CEED l*u?d himself in Washington. This improvement for Sets of Teeth oonsistechiet Lin making a set of but one piece of materiaJ, and it indestructible mineral. No metal is used ic neir construction, and they are therefore free from alvanic aoNon and metalio Uste. There are no oints to beoome failed with moisture or particles of ooa. hence they are pure and clean. They are ighter, stronger, less olumsy. far more durable, and ?tunU in their appearance. 1 will give a reward o Jne Thousand Dollars to any one who will produce* imilar work of art to equal mine in purity, l?eauty, viability, artistio excellence or any other rosuisits aality. Al! ?ork responsibly warranted. **? Penna. avenue, between 11th and 13th streets. n~VhR V ''HKA P.?I have now in store L the following gr^a* barra ns: A very superior Piano of Ha'let. Davis ft. 'O*. 7 oc'aves, hne rosewood; original priotl M"0. It hai been rented out in a careful' i^ily, and will bo sold for JfTOO. Also, a similar Piano, same linkers, fi.U ootaves : rigina price $WO; will be told for .f i25. These Pianos a e reill> liargains; we warnnt and uaia'.tee them as willingly as we do our new ones, ill persons 111 want of a good reliable Piano arc so idled to Oil! And sfto thrge iDst^unpots. Aiso.a Second-hand Piano, which we have ac epted in part payment for a new one, for Sifri; one ?r one for $15;and o>ie for AMI, Ours is always the largest stock of Pianos in this a; itiraforechll at No.ift)Pa. ?v? l^tween 9th 10th streets. f<>9 JOHN F. ELLIS. rkENTISTRV. Lf DR. STEPHEN BAILY, y.^?* l98 Pesnstlvania Avehvi. Thru dooti from 14l4 Strtgt. Dm. BAILY begs leave to inform the public that ht an be seen at all hours, at his office, located as above, le reels assured that an expenenoeof fifteen years' ractioe, wit h the large number of patients.and great ?"nt* 9,'. difficult cases that he has treated suooess iiliy, will ena!4e him to surmount any difficulty, cientifac ??r otherwise, relating to the Tee;h. His wn experience confirming the opinion of miny mer nunent in the profession, and especially l)rB. Harris j 1? armly, has led hiin, long since, todis ard all mercurial preparations for falling Teeth,also II Enamels, butta Perohn, India Rubber, nnJ Ce nfl?;!! a .l.h#. ?'n?*ructlon 01 Gontinuous Gum Teeth, and that Porcelian, mounted on Gold Plate. 1 the only reliable substance that oan be worn in the louth, as was most conclusively ihown by the last imerioan Dental Convention. Although he flatters himself from his long resi ence and practice in Washington, he u fkJorabiy nown to his numerous friends and patrons, he begs save to refer them to the following , TESTIMONIALS: rrom the late Reotor of the Churoh of Epiphany of ? _ this oit*. Dr. rTirsiN B a 1Lt : Dear sir?I desire to express ?y esteem for you personal It, and my ooniidenoe id ou as a superior dentist. The operations exeouted or me have been highly satisfactory. I hope that you "? Wuhincton, Au.?. ^"""Z^.'FVffeROB, rremoneof the oldest firms in Baltimore, Measra. . Boggs, Cotman ft Co. i.^SIfn&.?,ni?Ll>T. ')r: 8tfPhen Baily, Surgeon Den iat. of Washington oity, to execute for me an 1m ortant and difficult piece of work, whioh he did to ay entire satisfaction, and in view of the fact that ne or the most distinguished members of the Dental yobege of Baltimore, railed, nf>er repeated trials, to lerform the came work satisfactorily, it gives me 'f*w to express my entire oonfiaenoe and Ugh estimation of his professional skill. Baltimore,Jan. 12,1857. HARMANN BOG88. Extract from a note raoenred from the lata Hon. Joh> Senate. Aug. it, IBM. M. Cuiyton. U. 8. Sei *ha teeth toe ?ade for me work admirably; noth ig ooald be better. Vary gratefully, JOHN M. CLAYTON, To thoea that seek relief from the maladies of the ieeth, I can cheerfully reoommend Dr. S. Baily as a luperior Deatiut; he made a set of poreelian teeth or oneof but Ihmilv.and plugged several teeth for myself, and the work bas all stood well for more than , ROBERT T.NIXON, ^ , ?/ Conf- of th? M. E. Church South. mPni X?e lo6?? " We, the nadorsigned, having had oooasion to avail >araelves of the professional skill of Dr. 8. Baily, Bargeoit Dentist of this oity, or having been oognis uit of his operations on our ftunilies or friends, tak* measure in expressing our admiration of his^artistio skill, a* 'well as of the uniformly satisfiiotory manner in whioh he performs the moet delicate and diffioult operations in Dental Surgery,and werespeotrullv re oommend him to the oonndenoe and patronage of the pablio. of whioh we oonsider him eminently worthy. Thomas U. W altee, Arohiteot U. 8. Capitol, Thomas Millee. M. D.,of Washington, D.C, B. 8. Boh ass, M. D. of Georgetown, D. C. N. 8. UwcoLa. M. D., of Washington, D. C. Jos. H. Beablet, of Washington, p. C. Bsoaei Walton, Ex-Governor or Florida. Walt be Lenox, Ex-Mayor of Washington.' Hewet Baldwin, y. 8. Patent Office, O. C. w ieHT, Principal Rittenhouae Aoademy, QR DERS FOK gfe-^O'lgATCHEMV TA\ LOR k, MAURY , Booksellers and Station ers, Pa. aveaae, aear 9th street, o&et to the public Seat facilities in the importation uf ioteign Books, at in -fry. fto. By their arrangements with European houses they are enabled to exeoute all orders oominitted to their oharge, and at a low rate of importation prioes, fe 10 ?FASHIONABLE VISITING CARDS, AND Mr rlatee Engraved ia all sty les, aad cards printed at a few hoars aotioe, at TAYLOfi 4 MAURY'S Bookstore, frf aMrfth utreet. PiAnat, *o. QOLD medal premium e IAVO FORTES. WILLIAM RNABE, (Senior partner in the tote firm of *? iwh..-. .J*"4"' Gaxhlx 4 Co., air;y Homi, Baltimore. Naan PP?"** * new Sales Room at 2227. 6?tlr??n Charles Md Light Ha^ h29L&JE?IBbM f**1'* ?oc?Pi?d by Mr keeVL?^ ??"???? store. where they will 12large aaaortment of plain iLj and aquare Piano Fortes #Uo, Meiodeona, from the best makera, fa.m ? tbi ?otave, some with double key-boards, double reX Blidstops to auit small churohes. ????"" re*ct, *&*?* wVZfif^l'JESSZS m V* n*ui?f?otaretf fih?ral terma? wholes*] eaod retail, on the moat 7 Pisnos were awarded the highest sremiun (Cold medal)at tho Fairs of the Maryland institute ??t.^??"*rTe \t^n~'October. 1855, and I8S6-in op sition to fourteen and eighteen pianos from some maker, from ^ew Vc?rk, Bo,ton anil B?| IkflZd UMU th? orst premium at Bnia 1 Mfi and hk"ld lu, Richmond. V,r R- Vi k^.. a I856* Th?y have also been awarded ?? lit cheat premium (silver medal) at the Metro fo-.tan Mechanics' l air for 1467.

...I. f .i!n 8 we are in possession of teatimo ?lte!.?min di*tinguished profcsaors an" the country, which can be seen at our !R> hJ ? apeaking for themselves and othera ol ^erVwhe??rheTd.t,0n m Wh'?h ?"r'"''-uments are All instruments are guaranteed for fire y?ars. \n<1 ??n?i!l7a ?Ck*?^an*? ,"/nu,t#d within the firat <u Piano a exchanged, hired, and tuned. marlb-l? WM. KNABK A CO. K?i^rm^lMA:|i>f?*AVKN' ?AC?N A CO.'Ji Ware room a oj ?8'JUSt wrlVfKl at "'*0=te ^ k XL- G- MKTZEROTT. ? ? - ? a _yecon?1 hand Pianos for sale cheap. n 20-tf J^UNNS A CLARKE'S , ~ ~ da vis1 a co.'sfr TrT' _ C KLEB R AT if I) P f a NO PO R TR S Conatantly reoeiving and for sale only by ^ ' ? _ ? .... f..! SKSSy* *lj 11 to ltielr inl?re.( tn examine Pianos? superior qualities of the above Stoolg, Covera. Meiodeona, 4o., Ac., aiao on Mn. a 16-tr TSW? D??,OT OF W. G. METZE brau^PI A fcnSt * And R0?"ikranxo'a cele ri?Lu. *bAIX OS are always on hand in great vane ty.alao, Prince a aupenor MELODEONS. iogether with an immense stock of Music*! In "KMlff? 8h<,et M??'??f?very dMcnp^n. Pianoforte tuning exeouted by Mr. Kelnne. 514 SEVENTH STREET ttA o. s ?2 tin Uffloo Seoond Story, three doors from ta. . i U5D Fxllowb' Hall. npeotaolo* and Ulaasea suited to every tight; r/!T .?/u?ln*, *n^ Watohinakei'a^^A-^^ ^laaaea; 1 eleaoopna. Microsoopea great variety; Coamoraimc Stereoscopea with viewa of auponor and ohoipe picture*or hand. See adver tuemcnt in National Inteiligecoer. T*^Tr*0!fIAL9. ?T, . Th- oM^..,:lOKrOLK,??Pi*n,b?r7'1"8?* oi*. The SpeetaeleS you made for me auit ma very well, and aeein to have .mprovSVy aight more than any other 1 have lately tried. 1'ITT. \V. TAZEWELL. T< b?T obtained from Mr. J^ki^' Jf nd thje,n of ^roal "?i?fanoe to my ^ oorreaponding witn hiadeacnptionof then fooua. 1 rootjmmend him aa a ekiilful optician HENRY A. YVI8E. ?k_ PKTK*8BrR?, October 21. 1854. m"w^^h^V? year" J ?.t!tam'd f''0'" Mr. ^ohiaa. wk.?k i j ''j'?" ^ t?la?aea for the apeotaolea whioh I uaed. and found them of great aaaiatance tc h^e.<?3i,.n.*. V'*ikn: Rnd my ?^'a,on ?f him la, that he iaakiillul in the preparation of Uia?aea for etea not too far cone to be benefitted by auch aid J. F. MAY. LTitrKBCHo, November 7,1854. From an examination of Mr. Tobiaa' Glaaaea, and JuT1!. * obaervationa and remarks, am convinced that he la a akinful optioian. J. J. BLACKFORD. M. D. 1a ? . ?. .. LTT?CHBrRo, November in. 1?54. wir. John Tobiaa, having furniahed me with ?ila? aea, liy which 1 have been greatly aided,'my viaion ?^!25 !Mr,e,re/1 frreVT fron! fe,u,"'K night in my earlier life,I it anorda me the highest pleasure to aay that 1 oonaid^r him a?killful practioal optioian, and we,1 prcparea to aid tho^e who may n-ed hit profeaaittnal aervices. WM. U. K??f'7.|K, Elder ol the Metiiodiat CoDferenoe. ar- i t - WitM'lioTpjf, N.C., June *7,18M. <?*? J.Tobiab?Uenr Sir : I am happy to say tbat me spectacles which 1 obtained from jou la?t week are entirely satisfactory. From an inequality in the visuai ran^eof my ey ea, I have heretofore found ureat difficult) in getting glasara of the proper fooal dis tances. It affords me pleavure to atate. Ihat by the aid or your optometer this difficulty has t>een happily obviated, so that the tilasaea you lurnmhed me arif decidedly the beat adapted to my eye* of any 1 have ever yet uaed. Very reapeotfully yours, R. B. DRANE. Rectorof St. James' Parish. , H?vJn? been induced br a friend to vuit theestab lisnment <if Mr. Totuas for the purponc of tryinc hit g aaaea I waa furnished with a pair slightly oolored Mue,.whice have afforded me mora relief and gratifi cation than any I have ever tried. Mv sight, ongln a,,vY?I' 8"o<?. was injured by writing aud reaiiing at n>fht frequent y to a very late hour: but with the aid of theae gla?aes 1 can atudy almost as late a* ever, and that too without the pwin I have previous lysuflered. JOHN WILSON, Deo 11 1856* Com,,ll",oneer tien'1 Land Olfioe. I have used Mr. Tobias's Spectacles for three ot Tour months, and take great pleasure in saying thai I am much pleased with them. I have been much benefitwl by them. 6EO. P. SlJARBt KGH. AaiHy otlif 13u6? I was reoommended to Mr. John Tobiasasaskilfnl optician; anda? I have e?e? t?f remarkable peouliari ty, I was gratified to find that Sir. Tobias seemed to comprehend them by inspection and aome slight measurement, and he has made me a pair of Specta July ll.'lilsim* adm,ral,1Jr- A. P. BUTLER. tl_ . WAsniMOTOH, Ang. 8,1855. been for years under tho necessity of hav two sets of glasses?one for use in daylight, and one for lamp light?I prooured one set from Mr. Tobias which anawored both purposes. I have used his for several months, and find thom excellent. EDWAKD 8TUBBS, Of Department of State. Mr. J. Tobias. Sir: The pair of Speotacles yoi rurnislied ine yesterday are particularly aatiafaotory to me. They are verr decidedly the best I possess, an<1 l am the owner of eight or nine paira, oarefuUt selected in different plaoes and'from opticians rec ommended to me on acoount of their professional standing in Franoe, England, and the United States. I have been also pleased wiUi yonr remarks and di rections on the treatment of the eyes, for the pur pose of preserving and improving the sight Respeotfuilj jrours, CHS. CALDWELL. Professor of M. C.. Louiiville, Ky. UaooxLTN Orthopaedic IxaTiTrTioi*, After most careful examination of^Mr. 'jfVobias's h lasses, I am enabled to testify that their hardness, clearness, polishing, and exact optical shape render them partieu wly reoommendable to those whose merely optioal impairment of the eyes are in want of such auxiliaries. I oonsider. moreover, Mr. Tobias fully qualified to determine the focus of the eye,both by nis optioal knowledge and experience, and by means ofhis optometer. In addition, I can furthei state that Mr. Tobiaa has supplied some of my pa tients with Glasses, to their and my satisfaotion LEWIS BAUER. M. D.. Phy?ie?nand Snr/eon, Berlin: Member of the KoyH College of 8urgeons. Ensland; Member of the Medtoal Society of Lonoon, and of the Pathological Soeiety of New York; late Sur geon of the Royal Orthopaedic Institution ol Manchester, England, and Surgeon of the B. O. Institution. ... No*?QLg, VA..Jnly 87. 1854. In the experienoe of even two years. 1 have found great difficulty in obtaining Spectacles that were ex actty adapted to the weakneaa of my eight. This in eonvenienoe Mr. Tobias aeema to have removed lot the present by the substitution for me of better and moreauitable Glassea. They are clear, ohrystal-like and comfortable to my eyes. I would oommend him to those who from age or other infirmity require ar Ufioial aid in this way. J. J. SI M KlNS/M. D. WiLMmeroif. N. C? June 16, 185s. i^o.^onswho have had the sight of their eyes eo lnptir?d as to require the use of Glasses, 1 would recommend Mr. John Tobias as a suitable person from whom to obtaiu suoh Glasses as they may re ?|Hire. as he has suited me with a pair of spectacles or a r\r and near sight. Mr sight nas been impaired very much by a aerviee of years in the Post Offiee pepartmnrt, which berth required me to be on duty from 11 o clock at night till alter day, dunnx which time I used bnt one Tight. W. A. WALKKR. Dkpaitmknt or Ihtkxios, May 8,1855. r rom natural defeots and the unequal range of aiy eyes, I have been compelled to use glasses for seve ral years. I have triea different optiaians without obtaining glassei perfectly fitted to my eyes. Four S?nih* sinoe Mr. Tobias made two pairs especially IIIUIM IU All U?VIU| tfUUWIUU _.c._ ? ? Aaat B?*y to ai?n Land Warraata. TrmTtlf' DirtcUry. A LEtANDRIA AND WASHINGTON. A NEW AKnASUEXEST. The itMmir George Pace having b??n taken off the route for repairs, the COLLYFR will, until further notice, take her J piaoe rurnu.g at the hours mentioned^^^^^^^" below. from the f?ot of 7th street. Washington, sod Jar.ney's \S harf. foot of King street. Alexandria. Leave Alexandria at 5 7V, 9. If'X. 17^. 3, 4\. Leave Washing ton at 8. 8* S%, 1 i*. i, 4,5S. 1 he Mount \ ernon trips will t* discontinued un til further notioe. fe s yyASHIN6TON BRANCH RAILROAD. Trains run as follows: Leave Washington at 6 a. m. i>". do. at 8 a. m. I>o. do. atspm. IK. do. at 4.2u p m. Do. do. at 5.16 p. m. Tlie Traina at 6 and P a. m and ? 3" p. m. connect dirootly at Baltimore for the East and at Relay l"' the \N est. Those at 8 a. in. ai d 5 15 p. m. for Anat olia.and at 3 p in. for Frederick and Norfolk. The 6 a. in. and 4.?*> p. in. trains are Express, and stop only at Aunnpoii* and Washington junctions. The Eastern train of Saturday at 4 2n p. m. goes only to Philadelphia. On Sunday only one train?at 4.?? p. tr. ?au ?*i-d TH. H. PARSONS. Agent. N KW AND IMPORTANT SCHEDULE. FOR ALL PARTS'OF THE WEST. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. The recent extension ?;nd improvement of its i?ad ing connecting 'inca at the Weet nan re?u:red an en tire revision of the running arrangements oft his roac Iit winch highly important advantages to the trav eieraie seciireo. On and after MONDAY, Jnu 15. 1557, THREE DAILY TRAINS will be rue 10 both directions for through passengers. First?The ACCOMMODATION TR AIN starts from Camden Station, Baltimore, at 7 A.M..(except Sunday,) stops at way stations and arrives at Cam tier land at 4 P. M. Seoond?The MAIL TRAIN starts (Sunday ex cepted tat 8 30 A. M-. and arrives at Wheeling at 4 2ft A. M.. connecting at Benwond with Central Ohic trains for Ooiuinbus. Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Loo isville, Chicago.St. l/oui*. Ac., and at s*m? p'aoe with trains for Cleveland. Toledo. Detroit, Ac., by Cleve'and Koad.and also at Parkersburg with Ma rietta Road. Third?The ST. LOUIS and CINCINNATI EX PR ESS TR AIN leaves daily at 6.(\5 P. M., oon nectinr at Benwood at 9 A. M.with express traini from Bellaire to Cincinnati, (without (hante o' Cars at Columbus,) and reaching there in hut 2. hours from Baltimore and % hours from Washing ton. It also connects directly, m both directions, at Grafton with cars by Parkorsburg *nd Marietta roads for Chillicothe. Cincinnati, eto. These train* oornect at Xenia for Indianapolis, Chicago and St Louis, and at Cincinnati with the Great Ohio and Mississippi Expreas for Louisville, Cairo and St Louis through to St. Louis in less than 42 houra from Baltimore. By this tram the time to all ?he certra' and southern places in the West la much iesa, while the distance is from 4" to 100 miles shorter than by the shortest of other routes. F rora the W est these oor.necHons are equally cl"se and satisfactory, ar riviot at Baltimore at 8.30 A- M. JO" Baggage checked through to all points. TIIROLGH TICKKTS sold at lowest rates at Camden Station and at Washington, D. C. Passenrers from Baltimore or Washington may vieie tkf tn'.irt road by daylight, by taking morn ing trains, and lyinx over at Cumberland or Oak laud, and resuming next morning by Wheeling Ao oonimoriaiion tram, leaving Cumberland at i and Oakland at 10JO. FOR WAY PASSENGERS. The Cumoenand Accommodation Tram at 7 A.M., will stop at al! Stations east of Cumberland, and the Wheeling Accommodation at all Stations beyond Cumberland going Weet. Eastward!?, the Mau Train leaves Wheeling at 8.30 A. M.,and Aooommo datiov leaves Cumberland at 9, :eacu.i.g Baltimore at 5 90 P. M. ON THE NORTHWESTERN VIRGINIA BRANCH, between Grafton and Parkersburg, way passengers will take the Express westwardly and the Mail eastward!?. The FREDERICK TRAIN starts at 4 P. M-, stopping at way stations. Leaves Frederick at 9.1* A. M., arriving at Baltimore f2 n??on. The ELLICOTT'S MILL TRAIN leaves at 5.4? A. M., and 5.15 P. M. Leaves Ellioott's Mills at 7 A. M. and 7 P. M., exoept Sunday. FOR WASHINGTON AND THE SOUTH. Leave Baltimore for Washington at 4.15and9.1A A. M.. 3 and 5.15 P. M. On Sundays at 4.15 A. M., and 5.15 P. M.only. Leave Washington for Baltimore at 6 and 8 jn A M.snd 3ar.d 4.2n p. M. On Sundays at 7 A.M., and 4 P. M. only. The first nod fourth trains from Baltimore,arid the second and fourth trains Irom Washington, will be express mail trains, stopping only Ml Washington Junction ?nd Annapolis Junction. The 9.15 and 5.15 traiua from Baltimore and the 8.S. and 4 2" Hams from Washington connect with the trains from Annapolis. For tickets, information, fare, Ao., apply to J. T. ENGLAND, A tent, at the Ticket office, Cantder Station. WM. 8. WOODSIDE, jy l*-tf Master of Transportation, Baltimore. () RANGE AND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD GREAT SOUTHERN MAIL LINE Twioe Daily, (Sunday nights excepted,) betweei WASHINGTON CITY and the SOUTH, via ALEXANDRIA. GORDON8VILLE ano RICH M??NI?. Leaves Washington at 6 o'clock a. m. " Washington at 7 o'clock p m. For LYNCHBURG aTT the SOUTHWEST. Leave Washington at 6 o'clock a. *m., arrive it L\ NCHWl'RG ne xl morning at 4a. m.. oonneotin| with the tnutis on the Virginia and Tennessee Rai Road for MEMPHIS. Mail Stages from Char ottesville to Lynchburg a distance of60 miles. Fare from W ashmgton to Lynchburg, ?7.75. The steamer GEORG E PAUK, foot ofSeventt street, being owned by the Railroad Company, runs in oonneotion with the trains. Tickets for Lynchburg procured oe the Boat. IIT'Omnibuses and Baggase Wagons will beat the Depot of the Washington Railroad, to convey pas sengers and baggage to the Steamtviat, for Alexan dria, a distance of six miles, allowing ample tims for meals. JAMES A. EVANS. Agent. Alexandria. July. 1R57. i* I tf TVJEW YORK AND LIVFRPOOL 1> ONITED STATES MAIL STEAMSRS Tkt Skip* cmpuisf lAu List ar s : The ATLANTIC Capt. Oliver Eldndga. The BALTIC? ?..Cap*. Joseph Comstook The ADRIATIC Capt. James Weet. Theee ships having been built by contract expressly for Government service, every care has been takes in thoir construction, as also in their engines, to in sure strength and speed, and their accommodations for passengers are uuegualled for eleganoe and com fort. The steamers of this line have improved water tight oompartmenta. and no expense has been spared to make them ail as good as new, the thorough exam ination given them proves their moae of constiuo tlon yet unequalled. Price ot pass&ge from New York to Liverpool, tn first oabm, 919?; m second do., 975; From Liver pool U New York, 3" nnd ? guineas. An experi perienced Surgeon attached to each ship. No berths can be secured ur'il paid for. PROPOSED DATES OF SAILING. FXOM LIVXKPOOL. Wednesday. Feb.3...1S5B Wednesday, M'ch 3 1858 Wednesday, M'ch 31 1KB yioM !fxw Toax. Saturday. Jan. 16.... 1858 Saturday( Feb. 13 185ft Saturday, March 13 . 1898 Saturday, Apr 110... .1458 Saturday, Abr11 24. ...1858 Saturday, May 8. 18* Saturday, May 22 1858 Saturday, June5 185* Saturday, June 1> ...I8fc8 Saturday, July 3? Saturday, Joly 17 1*5? Saturday, Aug. 14.... 186e Saturday, Aug.28 1858 Weduesuay, April 28 1856 Wednesday. May 12 1858 Wednesday. May 26 .1858 Wednesday, June 9 1858 Wednesday, June S3 lb8 W'ednesday, J uly 7.. .1848 Wednesday, J uly SI .18.8 Wednesday, Aug. 4. .18f8 Wednesday, ??pt- U Wedne?day, Sept. 15 8t8 Wednesday. Sept. S9.I8&8 Saturday, Sept. II .. .1R58 Wednesday. Sept. Saturday, Sept. 25 1*58 We<lnescs>, Oot. 13 1858 Saturday, Oct. * law Wednesday, Oet. 27. 1858 Saturday, Oot. a ... 185fi VV eduesday, Nov. 10.1M8 Saturday, Nov. 6 185e, Wednesday. Nov. 84 1838 Saturday. Nov. an .. 1858i W ednesday, Dec. 8 1838 Saturday. Deo,4 1858i Wedaesday. I?ec, 22.185s ?Dr\VAI)?k^CO t*L.lT^ r?o. *, Wall street, NBRO<\VN. SHIPLBY A CO., Liverpool. B. G. WAm W RIGHT A CO.. Paris. The owners ol these ships will not be eoooentaN* for gold, silver, bullion, specie, iewelrr, precious stones or metals, uniess bills or lading sre signed therefor and the value thereof expressed therein. d 16 HI LA UK LP HI A. WILMIN G TO N AND BALTIMORE RAILROaD. Passenger tniins for Philadelphia leave President street depot, Baltimore, daily, exoept Sunda>s, as folltiws. Til! Express Train at ft.40 a. m.; Way Ma.l Train at 11 o clock a. ih ; Kvscing Mad at(L26 p ui. On Su da? a aj 6.25 p. m. only. All train< c?>nneot with New ^ ork trains except 6 ?5 p. m. Saturdays. , FOR HAVRE OR URACF ONLY. Leave Baltimore at 4. 4 o'clock p. in From Philadelphia a- 8 a. m.. I p. m..and H p m. FOR 8EAFDRD,DKL. Passengers leaving Baltimore at 8.4? a. m .connect at Wilmisgton with Ij88 p. m. ua ? and 6^5 p. m from Baltimore with 9 28 a. in. train. Sr/^WBcajsr ss&ftfo. a.?. the weekly star. Tmoo?IM * J* TVMtl on?|? rm ..rrr -rt?: ?M m JtS at vkoMtaaiii imioi of a*, Travelen' Directory. l dt' "'ACIFIU HA'tJ?T*AMbMll om ?r um pant. CON ^ of th? I>ted SuMftTskiE! er.. which leave ler.y oc *h and *?h of aaS^J&VVu? Z2.V K Sfwr0" OOBU*?t'I*< ra rAilArfflt ?Jiav'SWTuJKUs; ??/?(?. * The Panama Railroad (?7 mi.M long) is now com meted from o?mi to o?i??. mid is i uisss< ia i or ? hpava. The of passeng era ia checked u> New i<'rk through to San Francisoo, and passeagers are am hart ?<J m Panama steamer at t*he company s if M ta New Y ?rk mtwi all expenae. Ths money ? r~ ??- ? r*'* ?? *'*w ? mm WTVTI m*i sxpenses of tha tnp. Reserve steamers are kept ia port is Panama and jan ^ raocisco, to prevent detention in oaee of aoot oent. ao that tha mot# ia entirely nitaM?-ao tui ? ^ ooourrad in eight year a. . Paeacnrer* leave Panama the aame day the* ar rive at Aapiawaj;. ' 1 ? Ouadootor* go through by each steamer. and uu? oharge of women Bad children without other protec lory. For through nckets at the low eat rataa aaaliat the agency, IT7 West street, Naw York,to i. w. Raymond,?orto ARMSTRtrNG, H A R R IS A CO., ^ ( ) j OT Jf*-tf C. L. BARTLETtf. Boston. ' J^OR NORFOLK AND PORTSMOUTH. V* Tlw auaiwr LOUISIANA laavaa tiia Union Dock, f?<ot ?>f Conoord street. Ba.n more, every Tnreday, f hur?dav. and g^aA*'.^. .N Saturdar.and ih* at^ine- NOR I H??**? CAROLINA every Mondar, Wedneaday. and Fn So'oiook p.m. M. N. FALLS. e S-tf ^ Pr?*tri?nt Rnltimor* Stoamboat ?,??. |JN1TED STATES MAIL LINE ONLY REGULAR LINE AKR W:THC>CT ?AJLCBE FOR KiaDT Ktia, ret CALIFORNIA AND OR KG ON VIA PANA M A R A1LROAD. Ritulmr Smiling Dmyt.htk #jntk 9/ ear* eaeaik. Cactio!*.?80 many fraud* and impoai tions of various kino* hara been iat*iy< perpetrated on travelers bound to C A LI?' FOR NI A, that the auba^nher. tha odIt aa'h<-na?4 Agent for passage fn the I'. 9. Mail Line, via Pane ma. in the oity of New York, feela it hia duty ta caution all persona seeking pasaace to California, that, to avoid mroaiTioN. they muat t? careful to hndthe true offioe of the Steainahips of the U. **, Mail Line, via Panama Railroad, aa no other office in New York .a authorised to encase pasaage. The Compamea have oaly one office in Sew York, which laat IT7 Weat Atreet, oomer of U'arjan atreet, frontmc on tiia North River, at the head of tha Com par.j'? \V harf. IL7" Obaarra ouy aign over tha door. I. W. RAYMON^ Agert. lJUGLr*ao*, *?. JJOMF- INSrRANCF.RCOMPANY OF NEW rath ftytrai Surplus OffT 28(1.00(1 The undersigned, having been appoiatad Agent of thia Company, ia preparedto >a?ae Poltoiaa on Buil dmga. Merchandise. t*taamhoau, Ac. <>0 aa favora ble term* aa other reapora<ble oompaniaa. T. M. HANSON. A cant. No. 512 7th at., oppo. lote.agenoer Offioe. ^iar.l*-eo2m GKDWARD BiNOWDII. KNKRAL CLAiM AND KLAL LBTATh AOKNT. For Bonnty Land*. Pennon Claims, Prhaaou. tion of Claim* before the Court of CI aim a, Consreae and the Departmenta, Purohaae and Sale of real ea tatea. attend to Reutinc Houaaa. Ba? aad Sell Lard Warrant*. Negotiate Loana, ana all bnaineea of similar character. Offioe corner 7th and Louisiana avenu*. jan 16 ly wukiftqp, City. Gold AND SILVER PURCHASED AT THE BEST RATES. FOREIGN BILLS OF EXCHANOE SOLD. ON THE PRINCIPAL POINTS /A EO ROPE, IN SUMS TO SUIT. GOLD CURRKNCyTaND VIRGINIA MO NEY ACCOUNT*. WILL BE OPENED FOR UFPOSITORS, PAYABLE IN SAME FUNDS. OR IN GOLD. CHARGING THE CUR RE XT RATES.?CHECES 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 ATTHE HIGHEST RATES. SWEENY, RITTeTThOCSE, FANT * CO* d 4 3m Banker*. rpEN PER CENT. INVESTMENT. Corporation Bonda of tha City of D??erport, Iowa, pat ing 10 prr cent, interest by Com pot in Sew >ork. Bonds of each. The growing citv of I>avenpori haa now about 9VB"" uihahitanta,and >e rapidly increasing id wealth and population. Ita municipal debt is only and ita railroad det t only and cannot now be increased. Ti.e statiatica of tne dt? aare published in the lnte.!i> gencer of the 9th September. We reo'mmeu'l these bonda, tieueving them to be as aaie aa any Slate or oity bonda. oc? CHl'HB BPOTHKRS ASMINtiTON INSURANCE COMPA>V. CHARTERED BY CONGRESS CariraL g?w.nnr!?! This Company is now prepared to receive app ice tiora for INSVR ANC KONBI11LDIN 68. M KI CHAN DISK, A c., at the uaual Cit? ratea, withost any charge for Policy, at their Offioe. corner of T*nth Street and P>'nn*ylvama Avenue, over the Washington City Saving* Rank. Directors. Wm. F. Bayly, Samnei Beooc, Joseph Bryan, James F. Ha! 1 day. Wm. Orme, Hudson Taylor, Francis Mohun. M. W. Gait. Benj. Beall. James C. McGUIRK. President. Srafto* P. Hawso.i. Secretary. ap 11-1? ANX1NO HOUSE OF CHUBB BROTHERS. D*roeiT?.? Deposits received and Checks paid Without charge. Drafts on the northern seai>oartI ?ties reeeived on Deposit at par, and Eachange oa said Cities furnished to depositors without charse. Iktrrr*t on Drro*its.?Interest will be allowed en Deposits at suoh rates as ma; be agreed upon. Deposit* in Vibsima and ['NciaatNt Monrt. Deposits in \ lrginia and ( w B ?. j other I'nourrent Money re eeived to be checked for, payable in same ffcnds. or ia specie, we charging the regular Exchange. Di*cocNr*.?Note*. Draft*, and Bills of Exchange vill bedisoounted.and Loana made on Stooka, Bonda, and Securities, at the market rate. Lkttksk or CaaniT.?Letters of Credit will be &rn.abed, negotiable in the different Citiee of the ni*ed Statea, on Depoait of M??ney or Collaterals, and intereat allowed if Money ia deposited, ?.rxi oharged if Couaterais.on saoh terms as may be agreed apon. _ Ta a tel ma Bills or KxcEAweE.?Travelers will be furnished with drafts in suoh sums as may be de sired negotiable in the diflerent Citiee of the Union. Bills and Letters or Credit on Enslanc. Iee Land and KcaorE.?Bills of Eechange anc Lf-ters of Credit on Eaciand, Ireland and Earope,fumuhed at the market rate for, in sums to suit. Bond*. Stoces, Ao.?Bonds, Stocks, and Secan ties paying from 6 to 12 sr. oent.. always for sale, or bournt tn the different Citiee at a commission of alt pr. oent. Where Stoeks are bought upon orders, we reserve the right to call for s deposit ol 10pr.eentea the cost. Bonds or Stocks will be ordered by tele graph. Railroad, Citt. and State Bonds.?Railroad. City, and State Bonds can be plaeed in oar hand* for DRfotiation, either in this country or Europe. Rmu ?eaa /rca purchased for cash or with Bond* Land W arrant*.?Land Warrants boaght at Ik* market rates. All Warrants leli by as art fssrss tssd in every respeot. Land \\ arrant* located on eonmiMta Land Warrant guotatioas regalarly famished If ra s nested. Warrants will be forwarded to W orders, or seat for sale oa iNsvaa Real Estate and bought and sold, and Iasuianoes Claiiss on United Statm, Cocet or Claims. 8siV??^r?sa?i!S52sft! srae a-"*"4 " giS^'SCT'nim*.. jan Tt Opposite the Traa?ary^_ brANKING HOUSE chubb Brothers. Depositors d^p.>*,tinc Batik Notes will pieaee mark their Checks aayable in ourrenoy. Depositee of Gold will be paid ia Gold. Accounts will be opened with depositors allowiag tlo-m to deposit Gold and C! eck for curTaaey, the dooeitor beiog credit Wgh ^STTP& ERS.^ |NTERE8T ALLOWED ON PBPOSltES MONEY f LOAN ? ^TOCK SgCVMITI*?