Newspaper of Evening Star, September 13, 1860, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated September 13, 1860 Page 4
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THE EVENING STAR, j S*if af the L*tIb{. BY T. B. ALDB1C1I. O. ?* ! are the> who know not lo*?. Bat. far from passion*. te>arsan<t unilw. Drift down a raoonleaft *> . and pa.** / The atlvery coasts ?>( fairy laies And Bidder they wh?w> longing Iff* Ki?a empty a?r, ai><! unver touch The dear warm mouth* of tlioce the* lov?, W* tin*. waatinsc. suffering mnch . D..I Jna. a. nmUr lV#?t &> mUlk. uu? "? ? ***^* Is if> to those whose JVM unite; The* walk in AMaiis smile bv day. And ae?t!e in his heart by night! Oitm H**a?d P??*t.? Tbe Providence Qnrttp of xotfirber !#, 1819, announced the arrival of Perr, at his home, after hta brilliant victory. as fellnws: ' On Monday morning last arrl/edtn thi? town, from signal scenes of glory. Caao mod ore Perry. the hero of I.ake Frie. having closed hi* western campaign with a lustre that will tmmortallie hta rame in the anna'.aofthe country The dlsplav of the I'nion flag, repeated discharge* from the'United Train of Artillery, with tha ringing of bells, demonstrated the feeltags of his countrymen on the happy retnrn of the hero to hit native state, afW many 'hair-br-adth Nap' and moving accidents by flood and Actoks Assisted roa Disokdkri.y Conduct Tha New York Poat uf Tuesday evening, says: Twa actors, Joba H. Allen, formerly mniaperof tha Bowery tbestre. and James Campbell, were amsted-last night by officer Powers of tbe Fighth ward, for disorderly conduct, it Is charged that , they entered several boitsea in Mercer street, when they were noisy, broke furniture and Biade a general disturbance Their conduct at tbe ?ta Uon-bouae vru >n keeping. Allen ripped up the bank, cat nffthe water pipe*, and perpetrated any amount of miscellaneous m! vhier. The prisn nert were brought before Justice Connolly at Jefferson market tbia morning, who administered s reprimand and then set them at liberty A Dm B*tw*** Two Bxotbii* ? Both tilled ?Tbe Natchitoches Chronicle of the 25th oil., record* the following terrible tragedy: '-A quarrel aroae a few nights ago between two brother* named Longino. (William and Rurrli.) residing a few miles above ('ample, when a proposition being made br one of them ttiat thev iboiiId flght It out immediately with double-barrelled ahot guna. lt WM accepted by tin? other, and flrlnjr simultaneously, both of them were ln tutly killed XH~T' A "drammer" for a liquor establishment In Baltimore, aaya the Richmond, Va, Whig, waa arretted and throat into prison, Sunday, on the charge of Belling or offering to aell jf.vod.n without having obtained a license, as required by law Heww, however, anb**jnently released, it havi i? wvcu vuvwii iua? or uiu nu? <i\iciU|>i a ?iir, "UV merely entered into some negotiation! with an old easterner. ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS. NATIONAL HOTEL?G Tubmen. Md; CT Smith. KT; J Lorering, MH; A R<?t. La; H J Osoorne, Ga; S Digijea. NY; E Perot, Pa; W W Black man. NY; M'S Mitchell, Us; O W lncht*t-r. Md; O Bancroft and fair . Miss Mitchell. Gn; J B Bedgta, Del; A Beach. NY; S Dike. 8C; J Jlor.ey and lsdv, Mais: E Jones. Tenn; \V H Whlteteld and danehter. G; J Powell and fain la; A Mofi and fam, SC: 8 Goodhue. A Goodhue, Md; J Wataon and lady, Ark; A Zongt, JB Preaton, Mrs Tarver, Mik Solomon, J Solum on. G*; C He*rtwille. Va; E Houston. Fla T Ad^m Pa; J Wilcoi and lady, Mist Williams. Md; T Scriyenlven,Gs; J Deverle, Miss Deyerle. V*; S Smith and lady, Mias Palmer. Md J 'Mitchell A lady. Vs; H S Clement, O; C Smith, Pa; C Sew 11, J Knight, NY; Rob Boyce, SC; H Vaughan, Mlas. R Moores, J Fowas, Ga; S CiUanis* ?ml fkm. A Is; W Stewart, Pa, W Brown. La; A Buell. M'ch; W Bsttzell, J Middleton, T J Stewart. Md; H Ssrmour, Pa. BROWNS' HOTEL?Gd# Msrini, J Show ere. Md; W Baraett, Gs, J Burroughs snd ly. N p. T U?VJ1 ?<< QUiIIm U i? - A o V| A *.*?>*? BIIU ? ??u 1C?< raiN, ?# UU|(C winners, Tenn; C 6 Wright and ly, Mr* Lindsay, Capt T J lry, NC; J M Howell and If, SC; O H Bynum, Mia M Bynum, R Good!or and ly, Ala; W Robarts and ly.T H Roberts, Mia McGran Mis Phlni?y, Ml* Douglass, Ga; C A Donegan. S Moorr, Mrs C H Patton. Miss Martin. Miss M L Patton, Mias K Moore, Ala; Mr and Mrs Lewis, W Harris and son, S-^i H Craig, Va; W L Da vr son. Miss. T Dolan, Kr; W Graham, SC; J Wortfcam, Tenn; J M Gre-r, ?C; S MiUner, H C Carter. W Forbes ?nd ly, Va; G A Sykes and ladiea, Miss; A Potts. P?. KIRK WOOD HOUSE.?Dr Mofflu and son. Mo; N Armaon, NY; W S Ashe. NC; C Cbolter. Mass; R Robbins, Conn: J Cooke, Va; S Tuckerman and ly, Maas; C C McDowell, Pa; Capt C Turner and ly, USN; W Jones. Mrs J Kelly, Mias S Krfljr, DjKelly, Ala; W CUr?e. NC. IIA iVMarud, IT ULTUiOIB LOCK HOirifiL, Hmt DittmmU us mm* Cmnmm, mmd mt$ Ef**t**l firmMtffM tk* World, run ALL DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE. LET NO FALSE DELICACY PREVENT. APPLY 1MMED ATELY. A CURE WARRANTED, OR IfO CHARGE, lit FROM ONE TO TWO DAYS. Wa&kaM* af tfca hit hiuiim AfuOiuifUi KMrnay* M4 HuliM, ia*a>?B?ary Duaupt, Ibmiim;, ImniI M?rr*u.Uyrftmay, Ur < !,L?w lcmu,C? fun afUtu, PakpiUUM rth?'??*u,T'tmdii7, Tumbling*, Dibuhi of tight f tiddutM, Duuu ?fUi? Mod, Tfcrwl, mi h Mm, Imn, Itnuct M t*-riT Timbli DiMiiltri truing fnm Wittrr Itkiu at T?u*?ittma Pr?<4f*l u>4 Dutracuv* Pncucti vhiek nc * ? M*m*f iap?MkU. ud dMU*j> k?U M; tad Mud TOWS Mil if IIt ?M km bicaiii ibt Tieuict af Saiiurr Tl?a, Act Jrumi ui ItHrnu'i kikit which aoaull* ivkm m a?BUM?!f jr??a itemiMli afYaauf Man af-.ba iuii ?, ll? J ulnii iu4 kriUant intallaci, wha mirbt ithirtiti hav? aatr?*cad U?i.niu< Iouin vttii U? Uandan af iImiiuii , ?uk1 ia Hduy thi UriAf lyra, My ua viu Ml mlIHM. UlIUtK MA*l O raiOM,? Tiu( HiMMU..Uit.(H,r *"' *" (mm huMitf and** U? ?cr? af Di J. bit Mlirl!*"?> '? b*?"u ! ?* * U< tMlCtiUf r*V pin tits afclll M 4 Jrric* t ioiti rtiDuicimur, left kud aula nuif trva *?:uu?an itnti, In d**n fM UiMnH. riilsM urtnm hmu4 tukii. kalian MM M paid Mi IMUll liuaf. PR. JOIMTOK, MmHNtfUl a?7?l CMJaffa afVarfaaaa, UJh, rr.duu IrMB M? af ik* Mat ?K!n?a? OIL* m tka aiud huv aad U>? imni part af vkMt lifa Ku kaaa aaam m tk. kZT Maia af'Laodaj," Paria, PhUadai?fc:a and iluihHi, hu tffcml nil ( lit mtt uUt.Miii| ciru that war* a?*? iMVa; ?*ay trvaaiad with ruifiuf in tha k*ad ud lU* vlwuMif; fTMl narraaaoaaa, kaiuf alaraad at aadd** aaaada, kaaafaTnaaa vitk fraqaaat biaahinj, attaudad aMa Mm vHk datufifflMt af mod, vara ear ad lwaidlaltlT> fill PAIT1CIU1 NOTICE. Taaaf Mas and athara wha kaaa tajarad man>aa4vaa kf Mnaia pntUta kadmlf ad in vkaa al?a a kaku fraqaaaliy Uwaad frai aatl caafaaiaai, at at KkMl, tha af acta af Vkiek aia ai(ktl; fait a?ao vkaa uliay, ud if mi tar ad, vaadara aarrufi Iiapaaatkla, ud daauaya katk >)ad IM kady, akaaid apfly iaaadiatal*. TVaaa axa aaaM af Ik* aad and taalaockaly affaeia ?radi?*d kt early hakdu af yaatk via: Waakuaaa aftka Back aad Ikaka, nlai la tha Maad, Dimaaaa af Btfkt, Laaa af Maacalu Pavar, Paipttauas af tha l(aari,Dyapaf>a/, Naraaaa li ntakUlIf, Daraafaaaat aftka Dif aatiaa f aocbaoa, Saaatal DakUlty, liawaai a/Conaanfiuan, Ac anCNTAULT ?Taa faarfal afacu ?o tka Bind ua a*ak u ka draadad?Loaa of Mamary, Caafmataa af Idaaa, Dapraaaiaa af Sfartta, *?>! racbadir.ja, Araraiat. af tacta'./, ?a!f Dtairaat, k><a af laWtda.TlBifXr, aU . ui aana af tka aula IUTOH DESIWT Y ?Yaasaaada taa aawfldva vkat la tka c?aaa af tkair declining kaaltit, iaatuf tkair rifar, kaaaiaiat aau, pala, oarraaa aud amaeiatad, katlcf a aiafilu Ifftiiu>4a akaattha ?yat, caaffe ar tyinptaaiaaf cauiaaptiaa UWCASKS or IMPKODEHCB. Wkaa tka n.ipi4a< ?oJ lmpradaot tatarj af plaaaara lada ka kaa m*im4 Ua aaa Ji af Jua painfal Ouaaaa, it taa aftaa k*ppaa? that u ill t.ir.ad aai.aa af akama ar draaa af diacattry ?atara kua franj applying la tb.>aa wba,fraa aJacauao aad aapaiukiU.y. mo alaaa kafrtaad tira. Ha falla iota Ik* kaaa a af ija?,.ai.i aad daaifmnf sratandara, who, locapakl* af iuh(, dick fc*a pacaulaij aabataa'.a, kaap h.in tritlag mkthn waeih, a* a* iauf aa tka *sail**i faa can ka *ktuaad, aad la daap ui l*a?? liin with rain ad LaaUkwatfk. ar uia railing dw^pjraiatro?L,i; ar by tka ** *f that da tilt aa??an, Marcary, kaataa tha eaaautaticaal ayniciama af tAM tamtla diaaaaa, aack aa Afaebaetef tha lam. Thraat, Haa*, fcja.Ae.. |iroraaau.| aruk ft.jaifal rapi Jay. till daatk rat* a |an?d ta kia Irtadfal aaf ariuga ky aaadiug kin ta tkat aa , cwur iram wnaaa ciwm aa trivdar Hum. 1ML KKMKDT FOR ORG A MIC WtiUIKH A?D mrOTKMCT. w UU nHI MMl WtVIUI "W4j vilkniM ?f U? tlfiu in iHidSv ear*/iW (*i >! > raitara*. Ttouuii afika ??dakiuUU*. ?ka fcU MM Hi tofl, tall g,tJ ta<a*4l?wl? ralUf ?4. All irapilmuu W HimtJI. Pl^Utltl MlUll DUaaattInnn lm rf fncmun Pwi, InfcaMlfcj TN?u'jfu4 WiUimM KikuMlM aftfe* miiIhiH IM >r?M4Uj (Uli ihpuukmejit or tii run. niMillT TBOOIAMM ear*4 attbu iaaciiltaa vitMk Ifea uat MiLUau tub, tad th? awaaraaa Uaparuat hillaai pnUM pirWaW a* Ur. Jafcaaa?, wnntmtd ky tka (MMun w payara u( auf aOar tanwi, aadtai M vtitk h*ra >Ki>?d ipit u4 apia ktMra lk? mMm, k?aU*i kiaituU| u i |niauaa( ttaiuwui raafaatfwmi, la a imauaat qw?u? taUt ?JMta4. )aa jj-ly fc. mTkeybj j \ DEALER I* ' If WOOD & COAL, LIME, If ? SAND, CEMENT, HAIR, \ y FiuUr, ud Wkito // j, 548 N. K. Cor. 12tk * C 8ta.\l II <>u# a>jnar? Sooth Penn. At. ft (p^SH 1 WGT^I^CJ) %.* ar?-tf WNfcVV GOODS. ... v J K Hatt jastrweived ft large itookof B.aacn??i od oruvn cottons of th? b??t make*. a:*o, ISW^-' 5 fciSiSt: Jg'jiSi kfav'A VhAg'm MA h. *r,.i OKh.\ Ki.ANNRl.Sin v?nctr. Wo tlx . ? U* ri?i OHKaNDV ROHBS on h od ?<-.i . u.v? ma k-d :* <. cfaan o"?t. ii * J'Ai LOK 4 HUTCHISON, ' ' . t; . . nm ?? MISCELLANEOUS. ^RMY SUPPLIES. Oftick op Army Clothing asd Eq-3ipase.{ philamilph! A, AllgUftt |7, IMF*. \ Siu.iiti PkOPw?AU R'? invitol, &n<l will tiara o'iv<Hl at tliiao&cR.until lOo'olook r. ni?of ThR'rrtR?, the fonitft*ntli day of t^pt?tnber uexl. f?r fiirniahnc by c-mtrR3t tho (ohnwin* Arm *n?. sues anl Materials, deliverable at the United States Mot.ung and Kquipage Depot, <SJohuylkill Ars?nal,)in quantities a* required. m 3.oou yards ulotii. dark b!u?, (indigo wool dyed) for o&ps 64 inches vide, to weigh about 14 nu&oes per yard. 4<VW) yd* kersey, dark blue (indigo wool dyed) twilled, 54 inches wide, to weigh 8 ounoes per yard. 5,nno army blankets, wool aray,(w}th the letters U S . in blaok,4 inches iong,ia theosntre.) to be 7 feet long, and 5 feet 6 monee wide, to weigh 5 pounds each. 30,000 yards of fltnnel, dark b ue (indigo wool dyed) 54 motes wide, to weigh lu ounces per yard. 10(i,(000 yards flannel, white (cotton aad wool) 31 inohfs wide, to weigh 6H ounces per yard. 80,000 yards Canton flannel, ?7 inches wide, to weigh 7 ounces per yard. 80,000 yards oolton drilling, ur.bleached, 57 iaohee wide, to weigh ounces per yard. 38,000 yards ootton drilling, unbleached,36 inohes wide, to weigh 8 ounces per yard. 80,000 pairs half stockings, gray. 3 sizes, properly made of good fleece wool witn doable and twisted yarn, to weigh 3 pounds per dogea pairs. 15,00* yams Russia sheeting, <2 iaohes Wide, best quality. S,o?i yards brown linen, 34 inches wide, best quality. 10 (MM v&rdl Ofithm mnftlin. nnKI*a?Ka<l vide. 16,ft? yard a bl&ok sileoia, beat nuahty, 36 indie# vide. 1/00 yards buckrain, beat quality, 40 inches vide. I5.nfl0 sheets d*n<vftd. c>ttna. 90.000 yards tape, vhite \ and inches vid*> Silk r-d, whit*, yeilov, green awl b!a*> for flags, per vara. Silk twiat and saving silk, best poality pt?r pound. kinen thread, W. B No. 30a 40, per pound, o do Blue, No. 30 a 4u, do. Do do assorted oolors. No. 90 a 40 per lb. *10 dozen spools cotton. 5<i0 pieces vehbinf. 1 and IX inch. 3\<4M yards cotton duck, 28>i inches vida, to veigh 15 ounces per ?a>d. yarns roiinn aooi, js'i inonea Wide, to weigh 10 ounces per >ai J. 30.000 yard* cotton duck, S3 inches vide, to weigh in ouncea per yard. 150 cord a and taa?*ia, for trumpet* and buglea, assorted oolors. l.oro yards inch bilk lace, assorted colors. ]0,i0u yards \ and IS inches worsted laoe, do. 17,000 hat cords, worst**], assorted colors 3-16 inch diameter, with a tassel at each end two inches long. 15/00 bl.tck felt hats, hext quality, made of Pcotoh and English coney and Russia Hares. n,'i00black ostrich feathe a, i2 inches long. 17.5on brass eagles, 2uu? brass crossed oannon. 5,'?> <lt> bugiAs. 3500 do do sabres loo do castles. 6,'NA do knapsack trimmings seta. 50 do spears and terulee for guidons, and oolors. 800 gross bookies, iron roller, % and 1 \ in :L best quality .*>1 gross bucklea for neck stocks. lno pairs NC8 brass scales. 300 pairs Sergeant's brasa, and 35 pair bronzed scales. 8,000 pair corporal's and privates' braaa,and 150 pair bronzed scales. 2,000 gross ooat buttons, best anahtjr, 2J&0 gross shut do do 2,ooo gross suapender buttons, do 150 tiuglea. with extra month pieoea. 150 trumpets, do do 300 fifes. B and C. 90 drums, oomplete, artillery. 80 do do infantry. AM Hn hia ri K? 800 do snare. 2"0 do snares, seta. 2^0 do sticks, pairs. 300 do cords, of Italian hemp, l<w do slinga tent poles, vail sets. Sim do servants' do 2,000 tout pins, hospital, small. jnoo do Vail, larfe. 5?,ooo ao common. loo.noti tent buttons, (wood> small. 30,000 tent slips, do . do I'lOgan-isou da* halliards, of Italian hemp. 150 recruiting do do do do 4,w?> puuuua cihuid HWin| IWine, 6 MM 8 ItTUdfc 15,oo pounds Manilla tent oord, large,medium and mall, b?*t quality. 15,000 tin canteen* with cork stoppers, 3 pints, to weich 11H oinow. 400 iron pots with bails. S.oiio mess pans, sheet iron. 2,l?0oamp kett es, do 3 sizes, in nests. 1 000 stolcaxes, 2 size*, to weigh6X and 7 pounds. 2 ono relling axes, oast steel, best quality, 3 sizes. 1.0 opiok axe handle*, best quality, 6,ooii (ellinc do do do do 2 ooo camp hatohet do do do 2 ooo spades do do 80i) stoves for Sibley tents, 4<>o ohains lor Sibley tents, seta. Ail the abo^e mentioned articles must oorform t* all respects to the **aled ttaadard patterns in this office, where they can be examined, and any additional information in regard to them will br lurnimeu. sample pauerna or the woolen aid ootton clothea will be aent by mail to biddere; it ia desirable that the artiolea be ol domestic manufacture. The privilege ia reserved by the United States oi decreasing the quantity one-fourth on the accept anoe of tne proposals, and of increasing it from one third to one-haif at any time prior to the com pletion of the contract, by giving the contractor thirty daya notice of such desired increase: &nd of rejecting an? propoaal which may be considered extravagant. fhe manufacture' entabliahm'Mit or dealera" plaoe of busineaa inuat be apecifioaily atated in the propoaal, together with the narnea, address, and reaponaioility of two pdraona propoa?<i aa aecuri tiea, with the acknowledgmenta ol aaid peraons that they will be auoh ?eeuiity or will t>* reaponaible U at good a?curity be faruiahed in caae a con tract 1a obtained. Hida from rainufacturera of, or regular dealera in theartic>a, will be preferred, ana oeutraota will be awarded to the lowest respondble bidder. wiio a hall fur: iah the required aecuritiea for the performance* thereof. Dsliveriea to commence within forty daya after the acceptance of tha propoaalr, aud one half of the quantity contracted for tuuat bs delivered in equa' monthly proportiona witiiin four month* from said date ofacceptar.ee, and the remainder within three mouths tHereafter in nu-nthW or grr-ater propor ti us, as the contractor mar find convenient it la to to distinotly understood mat cont'aoU are not transferable without the consent ot the irnMr *ntinifit?. * <! ?? ? r. , au > amo, ai|IJIIieilll Or transfer, without saoh ?omjent havinc been ob Uin. il. (sxcept under a proooss of law,) will be regarded uau at ardomuent of the contract; anJ tlie ooutractor and ins securities will be he d re sponsible for all Iojs or (la ace to the United Sta'es which may ari*e there/rotr. Payments will be made on each delivery Ten per cent. of the amount ol each driver* will be retail ed until the oontract rhail be completed, which will lie forfeited to the Ti lted State* m case < f defalcation on the part of the contractor in <ulfillint the contract. Forms of proposals and (narauty will be fur nish?d upon application at this omoe, and noae be considered that do not conform thereto. Proposals will bo endorsed?''Proposals for Furnishing Army Supplies and Materials," and be addressed, CHS. THOMAS, Colonel, au 21 3tawtS14 Ai*t O.M.fimi n ** Notx ?The time for deliyeriiiK > extended to January lit, 1861, instead of "to tommmce witkim forty days," M above pnbliahed. By order of Q. M. General of the Army, el CHB. THOMAS. pROPOSALS FOR MATERIALS FOR THE Navy Dkpaktmxnt, ) Burt a* qj Construction, tqmpmmt, ft,,) Auiust 22,1860. S Skalkd Pxopo?alb to fumuh materi&ta for the Navy for the fisoal year ending the 3Bth June, IWil. will be reoeived at tlua Bureau until 3 o'clock, p. m., of the fc>th b<>pt*mber next. Theae Proposal* muat beei?doraedl'Proj?oiai*/?r Materials for the Navy, Bureau of Construction, trc.," that they may be diatiu^uianed Iroin other buaineee letters, 'l'he inaleriala uirf ?- ?>? , vauviawoU I LI HID classes named ar? particularly described iu printed suh<dtilt>s, anj of ?Inch will be fu rushed to suah m >1 a?ir? to offer, on application to U>e Commandants of the respective V ards, or to the Nary Agents nearest taeveto. and those of all ths Yards upon appiicat 011 to this Bureau. This division into classes beinc for the con*eiiienoeol dealers in a|H?b.,snch portions will he furr iahed aa are actaIf lequirt-d for bids The Commandant and Navy Agent of each station will have a copy of the achedmea of the other Yards, for examination only, from whioh itinar be judgrd whether it will be desirable to m%ke application for them Offdrs must be made for the whole of the elaaa at any Yard upon on* of the printed schedules, or in strict oonforinity therewith, or they wilt not be mriiinil The oontract will be awarded to the lowest bon* fide biddnr who fives proper security for its fu'filmeet. The United States reserves the right to r? j?c i ail the bids for any class, if deemed exorbitant. Allartioles must !>o of the very best quality, to be delivered in good order, and in suitable vessel sand paokaaes, as the oase may be, all the expense and risk of the contraotor, and in all reepeots sobi-ot to the inspection, measurement, oount, weight,Ico., WIIUV i u w UVi P I CUOI ?W| *UU w mi enure satis- I faction of the Commandant thereo'. Bidders are referred to the comu.ant'ants of the respect, ve yards for samples, instructions, or Mr ticular description of the article*: and, all other things bsing equal. prefer enoe will bo given to articles of Amerioan manufacture. Every offer, as required by the law of 10th August, I84fi. must be aocomp*r,i?d by a written guarantee, the form of whioh is herewith given. Those only whose offeis may be aoooptod will bo notified, and the ood tract will be forwarded as soon thereafter as praoticab e, whioh they will bo re quired to ezeonte within ten days after its roooipt at the Poet Otioe or Navy A gen or named by them. Sureties in the full amount will be required to sign the oontraot, and their responsibility certified to by a United States District Judge,United State* Distpiot Attorney, Collector, or Navy Agent. At additional security, twenty per oentum will b* withheld from the amount of the bills until the oontraot shall have boon completed; and eighty per oentum of eaoh bill, approved in triplicate by tip oemmaadanuofthe respective yards, will be paid b9 the Navy Agent at the points of delivery within thirty days after its presentation to him. It is stipulated in the oontraot that, if default bo made by the parties of the first part m delivering all or any ufln* irtmlna Ji. ? 1 lT* for ig ?h? mA ? i ^"*f SJTuSS I or b?fore tti* lit December next, one fourth part on or before the let April, and the remainder on or before the S*h Jane, U61, unless earlier repaired, wilh ft notioe of twelve days, oompriiiDc at eteh deiiwira due proportion ol each art.ole. CtaM l? and all following, if additional quantitiee of any of the arUolee named therein ar* reman.led, they are to be furnished on like terms End oonditiont erevipix to the expimuon of the fieoal year, npon receivinc a notioe of day; from the bnrwui.Jhe commandant of the yard, or Nitj Axent. Farm qf Of*. I, , of , m the State of , hereby Mrwto furnish and deliver, iu the reapeotire Navy Yard*, all the artioiee named in the olaasee hereunto affixed agreeably to the provision* of the schedule* therefor, an 1 in conformity with the advertisement of the Uureau of Conatraotion, it.a., of Augnat 23,IS*. Should my offer be accepted, I re qaeet U be aldressed at , and the oontraet sent to the Nary Age-t at , or to , for signature and certificate. Signature. A. B. Date. Witneaa. The aohodule which the bidder enoloaee muat be pasted to hia offer, and each of them aianed by him. Opposite each artiole in the echednle the prioe mu?t be set, the amount carried out, the aggregate footed up for each oiaes, and the amount likewiee written in word a. Form of Guaramtt*. The nndereigned , of , in the 8tate of , and .of , in the Stat* of -.hereby t uaranty that in case the foregoing bid of , for anr of the ol*saee the<oin named be aooepted, he or they wilt, within ten days after the reoeipt of the nontraot at the Post Office tinned, or Nary Ag?nt designated, execu'e the contract tor the same, with good and sufficient sureties; and in case haid shah fail to enter into contract as aforesaid, we guaranty to make good tpe difference between tae offer of the said "? and that whi jh may be aooepted. Signatures of the two guarautora, O. D. E. f. Date. Witnese. I hereby oertify that the above named are known to me &? m?n ?r ? - r. WJ-VI mj , auu ?Vi? kV make good their guarantee. Date. Signature. G. H. I To hasigntd by the United S'aiew District Judge, | United StatesDistrict Attorney,Collector or Navy 1 Agent. The following are the Classen required at the respective Navy Yard#: KITTERY, ME. Class No. 8, yel o? Pine man and spar timber; class 10. white pine; class 11, ash plank; class 14, white a?h oar i alters; olass SI, iron; 82, xpikcsaud nails; 23. l?*ad. a rc, tin; 25 hardware: 27. paint*, oils, &o ; 28, flax canvas; 23, cotton canvas; 3>, cotton and tiax twiae; 3.', leather; 33, bunting anu d'y goods: 37, pitch, lar, rosin, 3d, 'allow, soap, and oil; 3?, ship ohawllery; 4<?, sta!iouer>; 41, hre wood. CHARLESTOWN. Class No. 1, white oak logs; No. 6, yellow pine t'.ank atook logs; 10, white pine; II, ash and oypre*s; <i, black walnut oherr-; 14, white ash oars and hickory butts; 15. white oak staves and heading; 21, iron; st, tpike* and mils; 23. lead, zinc, and tin; 2s hardware; *7, paint?, oils, Ac; 2<t, liax canvass; 2P, ootton canvas; ?>, flax and cotton twine; 31, gl.ise;32 leather; 33, hose; 31, brushes; 33, bunting and dry r"od?; 3?, pitch, tar, ro,in; 38, taHow, soap, andoi!;3) ship chandlery; 40, statiocor};41, hre wood; 42, ox hiaes for rope. BROOKLVN. Class No. 1, white oak logs; 3, white-nak prom s cuous timber; lo, white-piuo; II, ash and or pi ess; 14, white ash oars, hickory ba-s. and butts; IS, white '>kk staves and heajings; 21, irot; 2*. spikes and naiis; 23, lead, zino, and tin; 21, pig iron; 25. i hardware; 27 pnut?, ois, Ao ; 2a, flax canvas; 29, cotton oanvas; 31, flax and cotton twine, 31, glass; 32, leather; 33. hose; 31, brushes; 35 bunting ann dry goods; 36. lanterni,; 37, pitch, tar, and rosin; 33, tallow, 'oap. and oi ; 3?, shipohandlery;40,sta ionery; 41, fire wood. PHILADELPHIA. Class No 2, white oak plauk; 6. yellow pine plank stock logs; id, wh.ts pine; 16, b acn spruoe; 21, iron; 22, spikes and nans: 21. lead, zinc, and tin;25, hardware; lit, paints and oiW; 2', flax canvas; & co ton dm anu cotton twine; 31, it!&m?; 32, i lt-ather; 33, hose; 31, brushes, 35. bunting and dry Ko idt; 27, pitch, tar, and ronn; 38, ta low, soup,and ill; 39, ship chandlery; 40, stationery; 41, fire wood. WASHINGTON. , Claai No. 10, white pine; 21, iron; 23, spikes and nails; 23, lead, i i<o, tin; 2i, pu iron; 25, hardware; I 27, paint* and oils; 31, glass; 32, le&ttier; 38, tallow, soap, oi ; 39, ship chaudlery; 43, boiler, tank, and galley iron; 44, ohain iron; 45, ingot oopper; 47, bellows; 48, poles. GOSPORT. Class No. 1, white oak Iocs; 6, yellow pine plank stock logs; li. elm; 16, blaolt spruoe; 1*, lignuoovitte; 21. iron; 22, spike* and nail*; 23, iead, sine, tin; 24, pu iron; 25, Hardware; 27, p*intn, oils, A.C ; 2d, flax canvas; 29 ootton oanvas; sn, flax and cotton twine; 31, glass; 32, leather; 33. hose; 3l, brushes; 35, bu siting and dry goods; 37, pitch, tar, rosin; 38,

tallow, soap, ana oil; 39, ship ohandlery; 40, stationery. WARRINGTON. Class No.2, white oak p.ank; 10, white pine: 14, white as^ oars; 15, white oak staves and heading; 21, iron; 22, spikes and nails: 23. !** ) *m/? t;~ harvio'>f ; ?'7. pa.utsand (>..?; f. and ootton twine: 37, pitch. t*r, and rosin; 31, tallow, soap, and op: *>. ship ohandlery; 40, stationery, an 22 law4w WOOD AND COAL. WOOD AND COAL Delivered to all parts of the oitjr, at the loweet possible rates. T J. A W. M. GALT, Office U92 Fa. a*., between 11th and 13th sts , ina17-tf north wk 'S^HK SUBSCRIBER HAVING ON HAND 1 an exteuMve stock of PI) EL. is prepared to sell at a very low figure fur cash. WOOD Sawed and Split any sue. Call and see for yourself. R. W. BATES, Wood and Coal Dealer, ma li 8. B. corner of Fourteenth and C sta. DR. J. BOVEE DOD'S IMPERIAL WINS BITTRRS, Are now being used from Maine to the Great Sail l^ake, an] the uui vernal verdict of all who use tl>em either as a mtdieitu or a? a bevtag*. is that >m>; mi o uuiurpikmi in 1110 world. J>r. Uodi mnl them auoceaafull# in hia practice for 8S years before we purohaaed of niin the soie ncht to manufacture and proBont thorn for tale t<> the pnb.'io. For the oure of Incipient Conaumptiou, Indirection, Dje pepaia, Piles, Nervoua l)iatfa>ea, Female Com plaints, and ail oasea requiring atomo, th?y are be yond doubt a moat invaluable rerredy, Aside from their medicinaJ properties they ara a pure, whole some and de.ightfui Bevera^o, produoiug all the pleasant exhilarating eiTecta oi Hraridy or Wine without their injurious results. Let all frionda ot humanity and all advocates of temperance aauat ua in aubatituiuc theae valuable Vegetable Bittera for the mineral poison* and adulterated Liquor* with whioh the oountry ia flooded, and thereby effectua.ty aid in ban.ahing Disease and Drnnkoueaa from the land. _ CHARLKS WIDDIFIKLD * CO., Froprietora, T? William street, New York, J, HUH W ARZE* Apent, I Washington, D. C. I DR. J. BOVEE DODB' JMPKHIAL GIN BITTERS. For Diseates of tho Kidney*. H adder arid Urinary Organs, and e%pocially for Female Obatruotiopa, never fall to oore, and are warranted to give caUataotion. CHARLES WIDDIFIELD & CO.. Proprietors, T8 William ?C, New York. J. HCHWARZB, je7-ly,r Agent. Washington. D. C. JOY FOR THE SICK AND SUFFERING. LET ALL WHO ARE AFFLICTED RKAD! APPLY THE REMEDY AND REJOICE IN HEALTH, Priand. do tnn 4 ' ' * , .. .. ? ? j?? mo iicum 01 any of those numerous ailments which ante ironi impurity of the blood? What are they, do yon auk? Rather a?k( what are they not.' The blood it the ouroe of lite and health, and it i? the first cement of our being to respond to any cause whioh ?tfeota th* system.aa the pulse infallibly attests The ever prevailing Neuralgia, the irritating Krya'pe aa. the subtle Sorofnla. the agonising Uheumatum, Nertodi Debiliiy. Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint with ita torpor and jeotioa, and the nnmberleaa ilia that flesh ia heir to, derive 'heir hideous origin from the blood, Deal kindly then and gently with the blood. Uae the vitalizing reauuroea of nature for ita aid. and suffer ua to oommead to your oonfidenoe ana use tliat truly valuable niedinament known aa MRS. M. COX'S INDIAN VEGETABLE DECOCTION. With regard to this aimost infallible specific popular aentinieut haa *p?ken in decided terms, and the evidences of this great effioacy are sustained by souitsnt avowali of -r?*? ..... ru?W MO tii? happiest re*u!t? from iu use are after ail other remedies and the best medical skill have failed. Let as say, in conclusion, th*t oertifioatea oures are not sought from the illiterate and superficial, hut they are volunteered fioni the most re ?p?otable sources and justify the highest terms in whioh it la possible to commend so valuable a speciGo to pnb io approval. We may add also that luo eurative properties of the medioine are equalled only by its restorative effects, the aystxin recovering from disease with renewed constitutional visor. Pur sale br all resectable Druggists in this oity, and by t(ie proprietor, MRS. M COX, Mow genuine unless her name is biown on the bott'e and tier seal on the cork frr K"00 bottle, tlx bottles for tft. WkoUsaU Agent. R. *. T. C1BSEL. Dmgrist. Georgetown, U C.. Wholesale Agent for the Dia trict, and wi 1 eupply the trade at my price*, an 18 tr CELTZER WATKR ! ? SKLTZEK WATMi SELTZER WATER! We hire tor?o?iv?d a fr??h ?up?ly or Seltzer WitT in huk6U, direot from the tmhI in .kl.hU>., ?" ?"???*? t BURCHELL. ge 5 Fifteenth 1. and Vermont nr. H WM. T. DOVE it CO. ~~ AREMowrr*^to^*?t* "I otimm vitk WpiAmi3fo ?ASORt?srKAM FITTING 4 i W MEDICINES. T | N P B O T I'N E : | Ml OR' i PERSIAN IBVIK CHARM. | M FEVER AND AOVE EXTERMINATED. j* at ? oi in TUB HUMAN CONSTITUTION SAVED , PROM WRECK. t _ 8 B THE PREVENTIVE AND REMEDY u VOft ALL to INTERMITTENT AND BILIOUS FEVERS. _ CURES INSURED IN A DAY. ?j b. ti w 1 NATURE'S GRAND RESTORATIVE. ol L m H IN PECTINS, JNPBCTINE. a fc INPECTINE, INPECTINX. 1NPECTINE, JNPBCTINE. ~ i The terrible malady known as the FEVER AND AGUE hu smitten hundred* of thousand* of per ^ ona throughout the vorld every year, ard hae p never till now been m?t by euooeeafnl medloal l> treatment that hae not produoed severe MEDICINAL DISEASES, \ tl whioh affbet the lnngs, the sp'een, the liver, th? heart, or other parte of the human org aniam. The ? INPECTINE is the i.atural antagonist of all fevers. aad when It eomee in oontaot with the akin, is abaorbed by the interior organs. which resiat easily miasma and all tendenoiee towards thow mtlft/liao wkink nvnefrata Ika witk I ? WH?V? fIVWM kU W lilt UU 0.IU l/VU/ W*Ni _ few. I Fever ud Ague result from nometona causes. ' No plaoe is exempt from tb? c%u?o? vltioh promote I the existonoe of the disease. That being onoe nit ed in the st stem, mduoos lUfruiioi of spirits, 1m itnde, languor, pains, ohilla. fever, ud n long train of disagreeable sensation*, depriving the patient of all energy, and reduoing hiui or hor to a condition of EXTREME HELPLESSNESS. Why will anr ono suffer the horrors of a debil- * iumiuk lowrmuMni raver, wnen ny me use 01 lam INVALUABLE INPECT1NE, p OB PERSIAN FBVER CHARM. the eminent medio&l and miiiwl t uilitiee of which r# mat&ntly abeorbed, ALL TRACES OF DISEASE MAY BE ANNIHILATED IN A FEW HOURS, 1 SELF-CARE IS BETTER THAN PHYSIC. NATURE IS WIBKR THAN ART. <1 EYERY DISEASE HAS A DIVINE REMEDY. THE WISE APPLY WHILE THE FOOLISH DREAM. BETTER PREVENT THAN STRIVE TO B CURE. I DELAYS ARE DANOERUUS. f o THE IMPECTIHE, a ? 1 PER8IAN FEVER CHARM, | Uu cured thousands of both aexa* of tbe moat G dreadful Fevers, Bead and reU&ot. * 9 WONDERFUL EFFECTS. t) Lemuel Bonsa 1. of Pittsburg, for two year* iwIom to himaelf and sooiety?ia martyr to Chills aad ^ Fever?cured in leas than three week a, and improved in eight hoars. Mary K. Belknap, Sandaaky, Ohio, after almost 1 losing her reason as veil as strength by Jetermittent Fever, vith Chills, restored to health in twenty hours. a J. R. Tilton, of Belgra4e, Maine, brought from q death's door, having suffered for foer rears, made e: veil in fire weeks, and improved in two hoars. L I Adolphe MonHro, of Franoe, relieved in oae hoar, while travelling in Ike oars of the Fort Warn* and Chloago Railroad. Ha waa apparently dying with Chills. ? Ellen R. Benson, of Lookport, New York, res- 01 oaad after seven years' suffering. A perfect oure, Tbousaad of other oases prevented and cured Z erenr month, and not a single complaint oi the J efficiency of the F I! F IMPECTIIfE, % V OB ?? PERSIAN FBVER CHARM. j TRY IT, PROTB IT, KNOW IT ? w And make known its wonderful power* and vir- te turn, that thoM who aulfdr, or who u* threatened ~ with anfferinci may be led to uae a aimple, mnnxioua preparation, farniahed by the field of ea Nature for MAN'S BLESSING! J2 - H INPHOTIN El 2 fr IS SOLD BY ALL DEU0QIBT8 AND MBDI- y CINE DEALERS IN AMERICA. $ PRICE ONE DOLLAR, ? I Bent by mail to any fart of the United States. ^ | REMEMBER, It in not taken inwardly, bnt la applied ontvardly, |"j aooordiac to direetiona, vkiek loewpany eaok ] " *? a MANUFACTURED BY ^ JOHN WILCOX * CO., i 1M MAIN STREET, [ RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. BRANCH OPFICJt, No. RANK OP COMMERCE BUILDING, fj NEW YORE CITT. JJ ?? 1 HUNKS, BOOTS AND SHOES, i BATE REMOVED TO Mo. 1? HAIKBT Pwm. arson*, betwven ftlhand^?* ? IrtwU, wh*r? I will b* to wut^B3 i ali who will Nxor mo with a call withfHj fen* stock of BOOTS aid t>H?'KS fur* Mte wliM',UMiU',Boy*',MiMM' UQ CkndrM wf*' a j. nosy % THAL ^OOTS AND TO SUIT TMfc now MnftMrFu aU ku*i? of BOOT* d f HOK8, aad oonaiantfr reoeivi&g m ol tutwi made work of avarTae-BHI , nptio*?. made *xpreaaly to order, aocl wi'lwWj . i eoid at a maok lower pnoe than ha* ty?*e Wk ' iretofore obaryed ta thia aity foriaaek inferior Peraora in waat of Uoota and Skoee of easters of ty made work, will a!way*findacood aaaortmea toreand at tke lowest prist* Giveaaaoail. GRIKP1N ft BRO., Ifl-r >14 Pemai Iraaia atrwaaa. [MVK HUNDREJ> TRAVELING TRUNKS arrived thn Oay. euuiacini a.i m ana aiiee of Soie Leather, Ladiea BM rw and Packing Trtmka. Our ilea room exhibit* at thia t; me the g r^ai.-f t variety travel tag re^aimtea at madarate pruae. to be ?ad tfeia aide of New York. Also, every deaeria9a of LADIES' HAT BOXES. VALlCEfe, ARPKT B\GS?. SATCHELS, ao. Q7"Old Trunk* resAired or takes in exchange t new onaa. wall, BTEPHKHB.jk co^ ar?-<f ?>? Pa. twaia jjOUTHERN ^trunk manufactory. Odd rti<nr.< hnu. vfrntkinft**, D. CTraveler will ituUj tfceir intereatt ft? examtain 17 TRUNKH, VALiCKa Ac . before yir-MM I uunag a? I ?i?* none hat lu.QnM Mt materia] the marketalfordt and te b*?t workmen, I oan ooi.?dently recommend my ork to be ? a peri or in Strength mix! DwrmHIitf to Vanki that are made in otbor eitiee ar-i sold here. 1 keep oonetaatly on hand, acd make to order (op oe week'a notige) every dneonpuen of SOLE \Ur T ALICE S:T HAT ELI jiO BAGS; HaR rSSS; SADDLES; WHIPS, tc., *e. Trnuka. A.o., K ^paired and Covered, tn a worktaalike manner, at ahort notioe. Trunk* dvuvored m any part of the oity, Georieiwn, or Alexandria. ^#bnkted familt di?l?-l? JAMF* S. TOPHAM. T&AVKi^kri;DlKfcAJl\JRY. \AJ L<V UIXK OF NEW FOUR-HORSE J COACHES TO UPPER MARLBORO', CarrymK tit U. X. Mail, The undereignrd art. row running Daily, <?*o?pt undiT.) Four horse Coache* be- jfrgf_ areen Washington acd Upper Marl oro', a* follows : l<eave tho Steamboat Hotel, cor nerof Seventh treetandPa. at 7 o'clock a. in. Returning leave 'ppT Murlbo-o* at U o'olook a n. . and arrive in vashington at So'clock, in time to oonnect witii ie 3 a> ?. m. t-ain for Baltimore. The Coaches ar? n?* and commodious, the teaim rut class in the hands of careful and aooommodatig drivers. Fare to L'pper Marlboro JO oenta. To Long Old Field* 2S " ToOenterville 31 ** Freight aud packages in proportion. au J5_ii UNBORN t CO . Proprietor*. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. t> WASHINGTON BRANCH. gWBWBi;?BS? CHiiwi or Hovma. ON AND AFTER WEDNESDAY, June Mtk, BO, train* will run m follow*: Leave Washington at 620 and 7.4B a. m. Leave Washington at SJO and 6.30 p. m. On Sunday at 3 2" p. m. Leave Baltimore at C25 and S 40 a. m. Leave Baltimore at 3.15 and on p. m. On bandar at 4 25 a. m. Paeeecgeri for the Kaat will take train* at &J0 od 7.4" a. m and S^p m. For the West at 7.?> a. m. and 3J0 p. m. For A nnap >li* at 7.40 a m- and 3J0 p. m. For Norfolk at 7 40 a. m. On Saturday evening theSJO p. m. train goes to 'hiladelphia only. ia It <1 - jy itf-u m. n? rAmuilSt Acroi< NEW ORLEANS WIT* THB CHOICE OF THREE ROUTES. ALL RAIL ROUTE, Orange and Alexandria Railroad TO LYNCHBURG: firginxa and Tennosseo, East Tennessee and Virginia, East Tennessee and Georgia, Nashville and Chattanooga Memphis and Charleston, Mississippi Central, New Orleans and JaeJkso*, TO NEW ORLEANS! memphTsTroute. femphia by Rail.thenoe br nrit oiaaa Pukito to New Orleana. MONTGOMERY AND MOBILE ROUTE? (ontgomery by Raj!, thenoe to Mobile by Firatoiaaa Paoketa. Mobile to New Orieana by Lake Steamera TWO DAILY TRAINS?SrwDATa IWCLFDMD, Lea re Wuhiactea at 6 a. ta aid 6 p a*. The Steamer GEORGE PAGE leave* her whart oot of Seventh atreet at 6M a. a>. and Vi f - m. and onneota at Alexandria with the Orange and Alaxndria Trains for tbe Sonthweat. Office? Pennay 1 vania avenue, corner of Sixtk at. IMiU GIIOUD T1K0C4I TO WW OKUMJII .ynohburf R7 90lMeniyhia 981 00 Inatol liuo Atlanta JB 00 inoxville 1000 Maoon 00 Ih&ttauoofa *00 Colnir.bna J! SO faitoa...?.? ?_ ?00 Montxomerj JS 00 luntaviila 87 00 J via Memphia^S 60 fraud Junction^?.90no N.O.J via G. Juno C to Jaahvillo 3510 S via Mobile. ..45 00 THIS ROUTE 18 KNTIRELY BY RAIL &ud ie 00 MILES SHORTEK^nd 34 HOURS LESS iu mt other la**? the Lynchburg Intension being now oomtletod, u sleo the Mississippi Central, m&kicf it the QUICKEST AND MOST PLEASANT ROUTE KOH SOUTHERN TRAVELERS! It in provided with First-olass Steeping Cars! !To New Orlean*.?~ T3 Honrs. Mftmyhiii. . 11 i . ?>..04 do. MoitlOIMTT *1 do. Nnshnlle .40 do. DT'The U.S. MAIL'aZd ADAMS' EXPRESS retaken overUua New Lin*. Soketa can be obtained at the South Weetera >e, eorner of S.xth street aad Pennsylvania srnue, to the following points: ,ynohi>arg. Bristol, Raoxvtlle, Atlanta, ChaMnnooca. Huniaviils, Grand Junction, [aoon, Nashville, Dalton. Co.urabns, *ontr>n,.Sfcw?lobiile.KA^em>h?, and irr THROUGH TICKETS TO THt VAJOUa VIRGINIA SPRINGS. E'OranibaaM ud Bacrace Waroaa lea re th? at 6 a. m. and 6 p. m. JAMES A- EVANS, Tteket Acent, ma 23-tr Corner Sixth ?t. aad P*. %r. PHE STEAMER J AS. GUY Will rmiulbar I trip* on TUESDAY, TUt of _JT^^ ebru&r r. IMS. W Hi l?&ve W ASH *6 TON every TUESDAY and^**^"" BlDAY.ateo'clook a. in.,awl ALEXANDRIA : u*i f-pa.it 6 o'oiock. for Cu'RKlOMAN and the itemed iate l.M<lini?. On her retarn tnee, ahe ill lomve CUKRIOM AN every WEDNESDAY vIMtTliBIUV.tKn'nIiuikLia I NATH'I, H()UsiP1^f'n->AUT^idr'ir.r0>ri'ffli * ? The New York and Virginia Screw SUMukte new and fc.ojwit ?t?o.tr *ai? O0>TVtRNON,C?H.T.C.6uiii ill the CoirpauT'* Dejot, Wm rn \VhwTM, &t li-o'o.ook v m. erery WEDNKBAY, Kud tho Pamim'i Raaot ?J So'olock p. 3i. a&ms day. Puwn(<<ri froai W&suujton ud Georfetow* .n tAke the eo&chee conneetint with Alexandra mjtSo&U or railroad, wliion loare the eornar 9 ?*2sS,wzx wfcr?aS5i ?:oofea.m. stAU loomi o? U Wfed oa jyUmlHaa ? Mrt,Moicau 4. Rlusebart. WaiUrs WW ratin* trui m iwomtm np u> um nomrs ol Ufftr tifegsr&MXsss&ga rto woommcxlMiou for fay byjfcls Ua in trmrr vafet brwt-e Mt, tad *v?ry ?Pprt wU lands to raoaar this oommtcMition with Nff For^iiftbTor |Ue ???ly' to FOWLS * J" A**nU, A H B^lOinriLL * QO? M?-ly M Wwrt *..oonwr Albany,Nw York. , awcr:. sm? > ?look f. m., and N?w York for rtnl avftrr Skljratf. ill n'alnak m M IW?#n oan join tba ah: p at Alexandria ataay ne bofore the hoar of the BtaanMr** dwnlw N. B.?In the mat of Uw fte*mer?Tnahillty to i OT8 OF PIANOS FOR RKNT AT LOW t rate*. Pianos for ?le on the mwi^ga mo sable term*. ?r?a'. ?ar*aio? aooa; aUo. in Ooit*rt. Violin*, Mf-? ? * J JOBN P.IM.J.IS. t la U aotoac?t *>r rh'ofc*n?c ? Ho?'Ptaaoa. i > NOTICE. " " J BRBONt* D*lin>u? or hftrtac ? 1 rjiM Of tao^b^ff-cU.M'' finj r*a. jjgfr ;by I $ MISCELLANEOUS. T COI I.KGK TKXT B<OK* HK Pd<?*iu tf* b k? fo* c.na* o*. tohoo'a k?v*)??t h??n pill 'taliad. to which UtriUci d t^obcri it otlitd : ""T'rPli" r?yi?r *'"rr>?y |m VVTMlT Ol I Vol.. ptf* 1 XS. Plfcto'a Apoloc) and Crito Witt r.otM by W. ft. Tt'? rrofMWK oi Or**k la Artwil O*! Wf; Rx?r*i*M ft HfUofFrwck BytitftJ. fiMUM PoiWr.a'a ' S<Bt*aa Fia^caiitT N f. T. vVinMaui; I vol ; *n?? f i. F BLANCHARD4 MOHUN. wi ? Bl?vU> < ?4 H. m*. HOW K*?IMPKOVKD WEI6HII???CALn Tk*t* Sc?i?a ar* oflfrod to lt>? Mix m tta o? aire rain*. *l<2 r?nU..? aniMmr ??t ta rJl;(Ssjwrjj753a?5^a J*U-lr B* C. PATTISON. AcMt, \JLTA8BlNeTON 8EWiN? KiH?Mfc. *" NttilttetUMtoiM 8PRLN* ud ^I MRtra SmIK 1* taaoa up w ord?r. flM> aufiaanharJa pra|Md to Mk fiillifi, DEaw7.K> U.M Iki t lRh' nKPOrOMiC WAT MA. 1 MB at;ii ??pL?e<? latbePLlMBINflnW f>A? FITTING Bl ftlN" K#8 at my old itud laThifltor m ! 10 Hall. The edvartace of having a alaiitifaL upply ol water vu readily ohaarv rt n ib? ttra af yMWidiy.u I am vel! -HufirO I ahould bar* Im? h?rw4 oil k?t InrtlM boittinl iipply for Mf praau*** and Ui*t of n.y neicbbora All order* for tha lutroJuoUoi of Wator and Um ill ba prcmpt'v attended to. Tarara aa t<mod?blo aa any plumber in tba city. m Jy a C. SNVDEB WU A 8 FIXTURES. K Utr* ia atom, and arc dai y reoaivint fii.V FIXfUIiRSofacttr^y New Pattornaand Daatcna and Finish, anperior iu atrl* to ^uythin* hcrelotora tfT-red in il i? market, u? mvitreitiKDi no'ia ly to nail ai>d ntvi.nr our atoak of Uaa and XviUr KlXturM. frWinc f-mfc l?rt tk?_t va kawa k Ml acted atock in Wi?-hii.*U>ti j \ A.: Work m tbe above hoe vlruateO tonrflH will b? prompt:* aiteii W to. , 12,000 AS the attention of the pablie to car lire* and ?(JI? | lacted atock of Champagne aad Crab Apple rflhr, I which we caarantM to t?e par* iaioa. and wi!M? aoia on raaaooabla taraa Id order to aafca rwoa lor oai apria< a took. Gi?? as a o?UI at th* j ?. w?.?^!a5wJaigi^ 1 /^/ wwoirrt V\V\ r ^ ^ DISPATCH! ^\ <? ' StTe the_Pieces! At ?eidmti wtU iawp?. mm to mtll rmmlmud fmmikU*, It is vwr?Mumb>? to ton nmiMm and MomltBt nr for Pvutare, T#J?, Croekvry, ??. MU *11 each do hona^hoid eu afford to be withont it. It ia tivtr* rwdy u4 ?f to the aUekinc fomL Tk*r? ia do ton?er a ?? ? aitj for nmpmj ohaira.aa'.mtered reaaera, head! a at dofla, and broken craulea. It :ft iaat tka arfiela Ibr onna. ahell, aad other ornamental work, ao aoaaiar with^adwa of refinement aad taeto. Tki? admiral.,* fr?paratice la aaad ooid, balaf akaaiaaJlr be3d ia eoiataoe, aad aoaaaaaiag alltka valaabie aaaiitiea of tka baat cabinet makera' atae. It pay be need in the piaoeof orc.n-? bii>o.a<c. batas vaatly mora awheel re. M USBPUL IN XT KMT HOUSE.* fijf.-A Break ?onpa-ilai eaek bottia WkaUaait J?a, No. 48 Cedar atraai, Now York. Addrana KKNRY cTsPAXDING * CO, Bos No. S.tM. Nav York. ^BASttiiiSiassKfisjss:: la Show-Card aaoompanyinc aaok paokaca. ,sr?fc aftw S5^si*s~*i aaalij to avarr koneaaold m 8oM W ail aroailnent Mtatioaera. Drutiau. Hardware|Mid Tarmtura DeaieraTwrooara, aiJ I Cobctry merokaata akoaid sake a note mtKPA l. i axu rtf i hiifm^khi u* Ifl v .<-*# .-? t * '.< i *? X I Vfe. /<"IVv14' ' ' ,4 - " ' - > > J f 0 . j? ' .* ' ' r ', - Jt JpSgSESjM -? <?, tfl &" - A ir li" t* f* <? ? ITI>. V CM\r *< y '-<??.? . . ' . .* ^^ .ClI V ?r?v X,. ' ^ f ? to /' J - ? ^. Jf. \0rnp~'/ -w - >> i?$j? ? c&+.rt\<^, ? Hoij-'rl^tor. ^5 $Or 0>. h i AT .-pA. ? ?&,*#-' tJ/ CAUTION. PURCHASERS SHOULD SE CASHtfL IM ostDruACfc;."1 ru,r i^.tirv II I UIIUiintiIKU I III. kr ..Li.1 WHISKEY TO SEE THAT IT IS unumw WITH THE SIGNATURE CF ON THE LABEL ALL OTHERS ARE AN IMITATION AND A COUNTERFEU OF THE ABOVE WHiSKEl WiLKDALY, SO LE PROPRIETOR 19 D0TH WILLIAM Sr NEiYOPX ton BALM IN WASHINGTON MY 1 T-lf BAKBOPE > WW. A [PIAN ^ SIMPSOKJ | ^OItDX#?LD\ * KuiruAfl iflfuAAuiuiiv < raM ukTmH KlrSc* o?r on boa.Md kn itjy ii,w( w ?f*. wtiiiwHiSlf s^T/unsiiia"*AniSrs?' ** OLD PAMILT XT! WHISHT, aur riANCIS HAR P B R. FAMILY GK "cSMTAKS"AKRDBTORR. * w?"?? Si ssa?KBi,-?^rfflwy I rS?^h?^=13? 1 . I