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THOMAS RITCHIE dt JOHN P. HEISS,
PROPRIETORS AND PUBLISHERS.
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Loiiger advnrtisaments charged in proportion.
A liberal discount made to those who advertise by the [
All payments to be made in advance. Those who have not
an opportunity of paying otherwise, may remit by mail, at
our risk, pasta$* umtda The postmaster'* certificate of such
remittance shall he a sufficient receipt therefor. The notes
' oi any tpeoio*paving bank will bo rscsirti
So attention will he firm to any order unlets the money, or
a postmaster's certific ate that it has heen remitted, accompanies
Letters to the Proprietors, charged with postage, will not
Ir token out ij the post office.
MRS. DAVID H. BURR'S
jPbrtiWi and English seminary for Young Ladies, corner
r of E and Qth streets, Washington city.
rpHEJocnlion of this seminary is one of the moat
I A desirable in the city, on account of its healthy
mid airy position. The house is large and cnrnmodioua,
with ample grounds and other facilities for
amusement and recreation. The principal, so well
and favorably known in this city, and in New
York, from her long experience in teaching, hones
to give entire satisfaction to all who may confide
their daughters to her rare. She is a native of
France, and familiar with its language and literature,
and conversant with the best and easiest modes
of imparting to her pupils a perfect knowledge of
that language, eo that they can not only read and
write, but speak it fluently. She has secured able
asrislants for various departments, so that all
branches of an English es well as French education
will be thoroughly taught. Pupils who reside in
the family have the peculiar advantages of hearing,
und conversing at all times in the French language,
and of perfecting themselves in the science of music,
being under the surveillance of an experienced
teacher. The course of instruction, besides the
usual elementary branches, includes all the higher
studies pursued in the most approved northern sem
inarirs. The discipline is mild and affectionate, yet
decided, and is maintained by appeals to the affections
and conscience of the pupil; it is designed, by a
proper development and cultivation of the better
qualities of the heart, to bind more affectionately the
pupil to her teacher, and by it to secure obedience.
As sound physical, moral, and intellectual improvement
and culture, are the great objects desired, it is
the aim of the principal not so much to crowd the
memory with words, as to draw forth and train the
systematic and vigorous action, the observing, reflecting,
and active powers of the mind. The
charges to those who reside in the family are, for
board and tuition in all the branches of French and
English, $200 per annum for a single pupil; but
when two or more are entered at the same time, a
liberal deduction will be made. The additional
charges per quarter are for music, piano, and guitar,
$15; use of instrument, $2 50; vocal music, *5. To
day scholars, the charges for tuition in ine first
department in French or English, are $10;
together, $15; in the second department first
class French or English, $8; together, $12; in
the second class French or English $7; together
$10.; in the third department, first class, f rench
or English $6; together $9; in the second1
class, French or English $5; together $b; Latin $4,
other languages, drawing, painting, and dancing; i
at professor's charges. Pupils can be entered at any
time, and will be charged only from the date of their
entiance. No deduction will be made to those who
absent themselves after commencing a quarter, unless
prevented from attending by sickness. Bills in
all cases to be paid in advance. Every attention is
paid to the religious as well as moral and Intellectual
instructions of the Duoils. but no sectarian neculinri
ties are ever inculcated. Thloae residing in the family
will attend such churches as their parents may
sel set, under the care of a teacher. They will attend
the Episcopal church with the Principal, when
no other directions are given. Any other information,
and the most satisfactory references! will be
given on application to the principal.
To mail contractors, apjilicavts for the appointnxenl of
Postmasters, Sfc., &fc.
THE undersigned having been associated with
the General Post Office Department for more
than twenty years, and being perfectly familiar with
its details of business, now offers his services to such
of his old friends the contractors, as may be disposed
to patronize him, to transact any business which
they may have from time to time with the department,
and on such terms as will not fail to be acceptable
to them. A letter to him at any time, post
paid, will Ire promptly attended to.
To applicants for the appointment of postmasters,
he will, upon the remission of a fee of $5,
postage paid, see that their petitions or recommendations
are received and on file at the department^ or, if
not, give them due notice thereof, and also give attention
to their interests until the decision of the
Postmaster General is made, and then notify them
of the result, be it favorable or adverse. It must be
certainly no small satisfaction, after the trouble of
procuring such testimonials, to be assured that they
have been duly received and brought to the notice
of the appointing power. To such as may favor
him in this particular branch of his agency, he cannot
fail to give entire satisfaction.
The undersigned will also attend to any claims or
other buainass which may be intrusted to his care
and supervision, before any of the departments of
the general government.
Address THOMAS B. ADDISON,
/"1HARLES S. FOWLER, importer, store on
V.y seventh street, opposite the National Intelligencer
office, is now opening a fresh supply of
goods, consisting, in part, of?
White and gold-baud China dinner sets
Casseroles, compotiers, fruit baskets, and most
other kinds of dishes required to make large
and complete dinner sets, which are sold as
they are wanted
Rich China tea sets, plain white do.
Beautiful coffee and tea cups and saucers, by the
dozen or singly, plain white do.
Vases, allumct holders, cologne stand, See.
Flowing blue, while granite, and other Liverpool
dinner set* and detached piece*
Toilet nets and tea warea, &c.
Rich decanter*, varioua color*
Wine and champagne glasses, hock do. goblets
Cut and plain glass bowls and dishes, die.
Solar lamps, for lard or oil, girandoles, hall lanterns
and lamps, chimneys and wicks
Elegant waiters, plated baskets, castors
Britannia coffee and tea sets, looking glasses, &c
Fne ivory balance knives and forks, in sets of 51
pieces, and by the dozen; also, an inferior article
and silver-plated forks
In store, a large assortment of ware suitable for
common purposes, which will be sold at reasonable
prices, wholesale or retail.
New music^?wm. Fischer, peimsyivania
avenue, two doors east of 12th street, has
this day received the following new music, which
will be sold at a reduced price:
Air from the Opera La Double Echelle?variations.
Composed by H. Rosellen.
II Desideria Pensm Romantioue. Par H. Cramer.
ut UiaOfmc?brilliant variations. Par Hunter.
Fantasia for the Piano, or the moat favorite aim in
Rossini's opera of Othello.
Transylvania Waltz. Ry Wm. Jueho.
Tranaylvania March. By Wm. Jueho.
Oh! native acenea?aong. By Phillips
Soft murmura the gale. Music by John A. Still.
1 remember, 1 remember the aged elma ao gray?
a aong. Muaic by Wm. Jueho.
The Lyre?a collection of aira, marches, 4c., for
theguitar. By Weilland.
hVh Divolo Gallop. By Viereok.
P~~ APF.R AND FEATHER FANS.?W^plsCHER
haa juat opened a choice aelection of
handsome paper and feather fans, at intermediate
prices, from fi cents to f3 each. Ladies would do
well to examine the great variety of useful articles
for sale at Stationers1 Hall, before purchasing elsewhere.
SUPERIOR GUITARS, Ac?Just opened at
Stationers' Hall thirty Spanish guitars, (some
from the. celebrated makers, Martin and Coupa.)
at intermediate prices, from |9S0 to gfiO each. Also
1 i the best qunlity of strings for the same, at the lowf
est prices for cash. WM. FISCHER. |
JAMES I. DICKINS, THRESH DRY GOOI
. .X again. within a lew
AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, madeH^'additiciof tl
PRACTISES in the Supreme Court o! the and ohildr.
X United States, and ihe several courts ul the Uis j^en bought at the au<
trict of Columbia; prosecutes claims before Con- u, h;.
gress and ihe several D-pa.iinenu, of the General | jccg for caa|| or lo '
Government; and, in general, doe. all business re- ^ ^ want of J ^
qntr.np an aaent or attorney. Offlejq No.*, west tttmfsl|y invlted 6to ^
wing of the City Hall, Washington city, D. L. #0(ted ra| H(ock
Oct tiB-d'y Fancy colored and pla
A GENCY FOR CLAIMS AT WASHING- Jacone"''Vi'riped
A TON?The under.!-,ted off.r. hii aerv.ce. aa Brocade and damas^c
an agent for claims upon either of the departments Fin# and hea dam#)J
or Congress. Birdseve huckalMick ,
Particular attention will be paid to the settlement g ^h'irU and
of accounts of disbursing officer., who may find.it Linens, from 371 cent,
inconvenient to attend peraonoJly, especially thone rf. j
of the navy. His experience and practical know! , , ,~8
edge will afford many facilities. Tweeds, checked linen
Charges will be moderate, and regulated by the * rellc" cassimeres, doi
amount claimed and the extent of service required. For boys' and
Communications (post paid) will receive immediate Linen and cotton drilli
attention. CI! AliLLS DE SLLDING, broons, cottonades, jean
Room No. 11 Todd's Building, turee &e &c.
Pennsylvania avenue. Vest
RtrrRtkcm. Elegant light .ilk, buff
Commodore Charles Stewart, U. S. N. and colored Marseilles ai
Commodore John Downes, U. S. N cy.,
Stephen Cambreleng, esq., New York. Rich 8-4 embroidered
A. O. Dayton, esq. Fourth Auditor, Treasury |jght colored berege ahaw
cjstrmeii^iti ^ Chief Clerk Navy Depart- h??
mem. ' ' *7,mu
Rev. Septimus Tuston, Chaplain to the Senate. ..re ?ere?e , jf V"J
John C. Rives, esq., Washington, D. C. ?a"8 ?.f *?* ?> ^
John Boyle, esq., ? P?ra8oI?. parasolcttes,
James tfoban, esq., ? Beautiful anil new sty
Charles O. Handy, esq., Purser U. S. Navy. an ?.
John De Bree, esq., " Straw
R. R. Waldron, esq., " plain and lace neapo
April 9?tf birdseye, brilliant, modei
nets and hoods. Childrt
" hats. All of which will
CARPET HALL AND DEPOT, PHILADEL very best terms
PHI A. j/
CARPETINQS, floor furniture, Bilk and carriage Op. Cen. Marke
oil cloths, mattings, and window shades. May 14?3leod
House-keepers "attention!" ???
100 pieces Brussels and Wilton carpetings F AW NOTICE TO I
500 do super three ply imperial and ingrain Fi inau|s law institut
do street, Philadelphia, is ei
1000 do medium and fine ingrain do tioo, by means ofa thoro
500 do venjtian and damask, assorted widths theory, upon a plan coi
500 do hemp, cotton and rag carpets Students, which will be s<
500 do Nankin, Canton and Spanish matting upoo application. The r
100 do druggets and woollen floorcloths reading, adapted to each
100 do furniture oil cloths, 3-4 to 6-4 wide practical proceedings in a
2000 yards floor oil clothe, from 1 to 8 yards lectures. These commei
wide , June. The moot court
000 transpa rent oiled window shndes, Italian session 1st of August. 1
moonlight and landscape views 1,re occupied in their cusl
4000 New England patent blinds prefer no intermission. 1
100 bales alicant matts, assorted sizes ?f the year, and only for t
200 do manillaand jute mats $62 50. The library is t
500 Wilton, Brussels and tufted hearth rugs and science. The huildir
5 cases embroidered Parisian, muslin enrtains h> the students?is airy at
2 do worsted carpet binding
500 dozen brass stair-rods May 8?law2m
5 cases embroidered ciotn and worsted piano _ _. ~
and table covers IMPROVED REFR
This mammoth stock, laid in for cash, comprising 1 scrtber would call th<
every variety of pattern, will be sold wholesale ana improved Ilcfrigerutor mi
retail, at the warehouses, 18 and 20 north Second ""'"y and economy
street, up stairs, at five per cent, advance for cash or BtTm quantity of ice wil
city acceptances, with interest added. (attached) perfectly cool;
J. SIDNEY JONES. the water, it is kept pure;
jan 2S l v thing cool in the refrige
' seen to be appreciated. (
p ENERAL AGENCY, WASHINGTON.?T. tached t0 oM refrlRe,joSI
J f^i8ter of ,th? Tre"'"-y. Pennsylvania avenue, 6PP
and A. THO. SMITH, Attorney and Counsellor at 19 ?nf,t
Law, and late Chief Clerk of the Navy Depart- y 1
ment, has associated for the transaction of a general s-tXTRA ' EXTRA '1
agency business at the seat of government of the mi j
United Stales, under the firm ofT. L. & A. T.io. ?
Smith, and will attend to the prosecution and col- '
lection of claims in the several executive depart- 5,0?" Planters, very sup
ments and before Congress; to the receipt of un- 5,000 La Alabama, very
claimed dividends on the old funded debt and the 25,000 El Parsisio, very 1
new loans', to the refundment of moneys paid for 20,000 La Gonstantiu, ve
duties under protest; to the settlement of public ac- 10,000 Justa Lunz, very
counts; to claims under Indian and other treaties; A'! ?'" ,'le n'>qve have jl
to business connected with the French, Mexican, positively genuine.
Neapolitan, and Spanish indemnities; to pre-emption Also in store 300,000 C
and other land claims; to the procuring of patents which will be dispose
for public lands, and for scientific and useful inven- chased in any city of the
tions; to the obtaining of pensions; to the purchase
and sale of real estate, stocks, &c.; and to whatever eaB' Coleman's
business may require the aid of an agent or nttor- May I'd?3lcod
The long experience of the members of this firm 1 C AAA LAN1
in their lnte official connection with the government 1 t))UUU MEN'
has made them familiar with the forms and modes for sale a lot of 15,000 pa
of procedure required to be observed in the transac size. Also, an assortmen
tion of all kinds of public business. In addition to official commissions, ar
the advantages which they arc thus enabled to offer, which he will sell at the k
they pledge a prompt and faithful attention to all Also, a lot of cheap c
matters which may be intrusted to their care. and plain,at $1 25 and $1
The charges will be regulated by the nature of the and other stationery, at th
business. Letters must be post paid.
This firm has been appointed the agents of the Penn. av, betwet
National Loan Fund Life Assurance Society of May 14?eod4t
London, whose capital is $2,500,000, to effect life
insurance. T H. NEVETT, Peni
Office on F street, near the Treasury Department, ?J . Fuller & Co.'s Hf
and opposite the banking-home of Messrs. Corco- lect assortment of jelly, 1
ran & Riggs. April 29?dlw3taw2w moulds, of beautiful pattc
- ? Ice cream forms
/vnn?n n * o r i oriAr.1 otad r?a t n
Linear wion onuc. oiuivm.-j. c. row- improved ice cream fre?
! ler&Co., 11th and I streets, and W.Mann, ei,,^ ,jn cofl-ee pots,
Sign of the Large Black Boot, Pennaylvanin avenue, waiters
two doora from 41 street. I'urnacea, with orwitlu
We beg to call the attention of our friends and the Summer-bakers, a very
public generally to one of the handsomest and best i nn(t Bmn|i' |IHih-tii
assortments to be found in the District. Hollow waTcQne.stm
Among which may be found? &C- '
Ladies'white satin slippers Together with a full
do colored morocco and kid slippers panned tin ware
do Elite's do do do To OnoctR..?He is t
do fine French morocco slippers with japanned tea-canis
do do kid Paris ties weights, oil cisterns, and
do do kid and morocco village ties jn their 1|ne; ai| which
do do gaiters and half gaiters prices.
Misses' colored morocco village ties May 12 eodlm
do do do slinperR _
do French morocco ana kid slippers OIGN OP' THF LAI
do gaiters and half gaiters O removed next door
Children's boots, slippers, ankle ties, and goiters Cabjnrt Wnreroom?t two
Gentlemen's boots of every quality, from #2 50 Pennsylvania avenue. V
'? ^ P"r f"1!1' . . of boots and shots suitable I
Gentlemen's bootees at almost any price jt (bo
uo suppers ...
Boy's fine dress bootees and coarse wear ? ?'Kn LAR'
In a word, we feel confident to say, that we offer ' ennsvlvanta avenue, t
inducements seldom to be met with. Times are _ Prl 1
hard. Money ecarre just now. Drafts must be
met and paid, and we must sell, and will, low. I SHOE STOf
Half soling, heeling, patching, anything in the to ** an<^ aPP"
way of mending done to save our customers a penny or *,c''>re U>? fir8t ''n'6
and put one in our own pockets. Boots or Shoes, and then
J. E. FOWLER & Co., a large assortment at nric<
1 lth and F streets, and " ?
W. MANN, Sign of the
LARGE BLACK BOOT,
two doors from 41 street. ?'Kn ?t
APril 2* ? I 17 1
... _ April 11
Baltimore type foundry. ? news, ? *
Book, and Job Printers, am be ftirnished at this NEW <
well established1 Foundry with every description of \\T FISCHER, imp
Type suited to their use, from Pearl to forty lines W ? stationery, haa
Pica, together with plain, fancy and job letter, com- new and interesting game
bination borders, initial letters for books, and a very Characteristics, an orig
great variety of cuts suited to every purpose. The Spirit of Genius.
Brass Rule, plain and waved, of all sires. Master Rodbury and h
Printing Ink of everv oualilv. for news, book and Doctor Itus'iy illustrate
fancy work The beautiful game of k
Printing Presses of the most approved conatrur- The Pickwick cards,
tion, always on hand, and Power Presses of every Shakspeare in a new dr
description furnished at manufacturers' prices, nl The National Game,
short notice. Scientific amusements f
Gases, Chases, Sticks, Furniture of all kinds, a? the grave and the gny. j
well as every other article required in a printing of- Chessmen, Backgammon
fice. and men, Dominoes, Grn
Stereotyping carefully attended to and executed in constantly for sale at S
the heat manner. prices for cash.
Old type taken at 9 cents per pound in exchange May 6?2aw4w
for new. ? ? ?
jL^"Ordeis from printers fornny thing they want /"10RRE8PONDENCI
will lie furnished with fidelity and despatch by ^ ^ ERnndGfOETHh.fr
May 6?2aw F. LUCAS, Jr., Proprietor. George II. Calvert, 1
i .. . ? Traces of Travevl, brot
WHITE SATIN AND ENGLISH KID 1 volume, 1845; Human
8LIPPER8.?-Just received, a fresh supply dispassionate inquiring
of the iHteat style. Fins kid and morocco Parts the utility of its applies!
tiea and slippers, for $1. suffering, by W. Newnhi
J. E. FOWLER A CO., 1845. The firat and see,
Corner of 11th and F streets; and Putnam's Library of Chi
W. MANN, ond, "The Amlier Witt
Between 3d and 4) streets, Penn avenue. Just published, and t
Sign of the large boot. by
Feb. 92 March 29
Pat It) 1
" LIBERTY, THE UNION, AND THE CONSTITUTION."
WASHINGTON CITY, WEDNESDAY NKJHT, MAY 21
)S.?Again, again, and yet PISTOLS, SWORDS, AND COPPER POW- Bun
dnys, has James B. Clarke DER FLASKS FOR THE NAVY.
le choicest styles for ladies', CjEALEI
ill's wear. Many having Buheau or Ordnance and Htukooiiapih, O hemp)
uion* north, and all being 23d April, 1845. 31st day of
posed of at extremely low T)ROPOSALS will be received at this Bureau un- at ihe navy
ictual customers. All who X til 3 o'clock, p. m., of Wednesday, the 4th or before th
i well as cheap goods, are day of June next, for furnishing and delivering tons of wat
and examine my well as- the following pistols, swords, and copper powder- This hen
of seasonable dry goods. flasks, for the naval service of the United States, now at the
in black bereges at 25 els. viz: upon offers
ns, ginghams, and calicoes 1,200 pistols, hemp, if off
, and cambric muelinS 1,200 swords, and asked for fo
urtain muslins 1,200 copper powder flasks. ject to inap
ik table diapers All the above arms must be made of materials of Charlestuw.
and Rus towellings the best quality; and all arms and materials to be pointed, by
,ui nu'Mcti iu nucii pruui, U'BI, uiiu iiio|pcmun u? 1? IJU* rcuu, anu I
I up applied to similar arms ami material* in the uriny of pass such ii
Milled. ,"e United States. Persona v
a Ac for sacks The materials and the fonns and dimensions of free front to
eskins' Ac., for pants. al the parts must conform to those of the eslab- separate pre
lished patterns. 1 he workmanship and finish must the propose
servants wear. be equal to those of the model arms; and the seve- er, be subjr
ngs, plain and striped gam- ral quirts must be browned, blued, case-hardened, navy-yard 1
is, Kremlin, Mexican mix- or polished, as in the standard ragdcls.. The forms Persons r
and dimensions of thoqrtnt to>b? verified by veri- per ton of S
'ingS. fying gauges already established. ' ' yard, and I
, fashmeret, superior white Puttcrns of the aforegoing pistols, and copper from two p<
ul English satin vesting*. powder llasks, may be seen on application to the sureties for
r nd Scarfs. commandant of either of the navy-yards, or to this tered into, ii
l^anlTBcarfs"^ ^htck, and All to be delivered on or before the 4th day o( ingbcmp fr<
iery and gloves, embracing Ju.ne- 18*?.: ?ne-)ljj1rd at lhe "-vyyard near Boston, be of prope.
ality, color and size. and two-tlurds at the navy-yard near New York; to the Secretar
'' be delivered free of charges, except as to packing who will, w
boxes?for these a fair allowance will be made. beprepared,
and shades Proposals for all or either of the above named under this a
i? ?r i? . ?r. -;t^ articles will be received, to be sealed and endorsed, inspect the I
les of bonnet and cap rib- ?Proposal for furnishl'g pif(to|8i 8WOrds? Ac., as Kentucky,?
n . the case may be. to St. Louis
aonnets. Bonds, with two approved sureties in one-half the furnished wi
litans, gimps, Florences, am0unt of contract, will be required, to be entered cepting for
las, uedal, and willow b?n- jnto wjthin fifteen days after the time limited for re- with the me
in's leghorn and palm leaf cejving bids; and ten per cent, of the amount of all will be read
be sold, as bought, on the bills will be retained as collateral security, for the to enable coi
faithful performance of the contract, which will be prepared, at
iv CLARKE, paid only on the satisfactory completion of it; and terofit.-bef
t, and No. 2 from bth st. ninety per cent, of all deliveries made will be paid vy-yard is
on all bills properly authenticated, according to the stood, howe
iTiTnL'MTH?w H~"ir pr0*'8'001' of this contract, within thirty days after these agents
!:, o i ? l* their presentation to the navy agent. tractors, by
lo1} i l'j } i iU j To be published twice a week in the Globe, Nat- ly inspectior
itablished for legal educa jonB| Jnte]|j,,f.nceri and Constitution, Washington; ceived and r
ugh union of practice with ?)?i|y Keystone, and Penusylvunian, Philadelphia; where it is U
named in his circular to Evenjne p0st. Morning News, and Journal of Com- In additio
snt to uny part of the Union merce, New York; Morning Post, and Daily Times, for the faith
c1onal,st8 of a oouroeof BoBto|) centum will
, student's wants-of the A , 23_2aw for deliverie
moot court?and of daily ? the contrac,
ice 1st October and end 1st Nav v Auent's Office, ance The'
then begins, and ends its Washington, May 12, 1845. paid'within
The two remaining months T"Hl()POSAI.8 will he r^civeH m thi? nffi until V n l_ ?
tomary studies, by all who 3 o'clock, on Saturday, ths 14th day of June Massachuse
Students enter on any day next, for the delivery of the following articles at the To be pUi
lix months at a time. Fee naVy yard in this city, viz: lbe followin
extensive in law, literature Timber. tclligencer, 1
ig is dedicated exclusively 2 (M10 cubip fee, ?h , ,fi t0 w feet ,ong an(, Ti'm
'ri'vviri'unpc'a* am 20 to 3(1 inches diameter, (for blocks anu dead Springfield,
DAVID H.UH?MAW. eyes.) Conn.; Jour
Iron. ning Post, ?>
IGP2RATOR.?The sub- 3,000 Iba. 7-16 inch round iron, (for small chains lie Ledger, ]
: attention of citizens to an and rivets for blocks, &c.) ' i
nufactured by him, which 4,000 " 2 " do do do Balumore,
surpasses all others. A 3,000 " 5-16 " do do do ,c.'e and ^
I keep a reservoir of water 1,000 " J " do do do "lani New C
; the ice not mixing with 50 tons best gray pig iron, or No. 1, (for cast- Appeal, Mei
the same ice keeps every- ings for tanks, cambooses, and chains.) Democrat, 1
rator, and needs but to be 6,000 lbs. English or Juva block tin, for making 0"' Enouire
Joolera for water can be at- brass and composition. dinnapolis, I
1, at short notice, by Copper. crat, Cliicag
SPH H. NEVETT, 20 sheets braziers copper 72 by 30 inches, and ""tTu"11' l
oaite Fuller& Co.'s Hotel. 50 oz., for cambooses, &c. -it 1 r
... a will be lorw.
Alt seel 1a neons. jication
EXTRA! I 1?-FurYcii- 2 b^sd?UblC f?r m' '~TO
f the following justly cele- 50 lbs spelter solder, for brazing.
J ream fine sand paper, Various purposes,
lerior, warranted genuine. Paints.
-fine do. do. 300 ib8. Spanish whiting (dry) TYROPOS
5ne- d?- dt>- 400 ? do brow.. '? PR,"Pt?I
ry fine, do. do. inn 11 ijil?,r(?> " . '0r.101
fine, do. do. 05 ?< verdigris " unl1' ? ?'c'0'
ist been received, and are i(> u llmi,er ? ^une next> *
? "mber. ? . I( ted States 1
, , 100 " French yellow ochre " m?.c.il, ?,t,
/Igarr, various brands, all 100 black lead " XNonolK, wn
dI of OS low as can be pur- 10 ,< 8tone t"y of lobac
W?H, WINTER, fo
1 Hotel, sign of Jim Crow. The above articles are to be delivered at the navy
yard in this city, or on before the 1st day of August ' Y ,
? next, free of expense to the United States; to lie of The lobar
} OFFICE PARCH the very best quality,nnd in all respects satisfactory . ftt tbc
TS.?The subscriber haB to the commandant of the yard. Offers must be planufaclur(.
rchments of the land office made for each class of articles separately, and en- bave ullder,
t of other sizes for deeds, doracd on the back, as none others will be consid- ... ? :
11 r 1 with llie nan
id printers- uses; all of cred , the place wh
west prices. 10 per cent, will bo retained on every payment ere(j jn 8tron
lap and letter paper, ruled till the completion of the contract. ha.,
50 per ream; bW books. WM. B. SCOTT, ^
e most reduced prices. Navy Agent. ^ointcd by t|
WM. F. BAYLY, To be published once a week until 14th June in ' (j0nlrrtJtO|
:n 11 th and 12th streets. the Union, Intelligencer, Constitution, and United!.
States Journal, Washington; and Republican and ; >ucb pjace8
Sun, Baltimore. whatmayb.
isy I van la avenue, opposite May 13?iawtl4J promptly to
itel, has just received ase- TRANSPORTATION OF NAVAL STORES. | agent at the
lane mangc\ and pudding ! Tri; j -l.
A, - - | uciivorou mi
5r . to Navy Department, i and the con
, , i . Bcrf.au of Provisions and Clothing, ! cost over the
>zers and buckets May 10, 1845. Bidders w
superior Britannia ware, -pROPOSALS, sealed and endorsed "Proposals others) will I
a. . .. u j for freight to Pensacola" will be received at days over ai
dm co ee-roai ere a ac le thi? office until Monday, the 2d day of June next, at j the regular ti
convenien nr ic e 3 o'clock, p. m., for the transportation of about two for them to a
i >a, wi l orwi ou lea r. ihousand barrels (including a quantity of lumber, tract; and tei
gof pots, ovens, skillets, 4^ 4^, &c.,) of governm Wores, torn the navy required fo,
. 1 .? . yard, Gosport, Virginia, to the navy yard at Pensn- will lie alio
assortment of plain and ja- c0|a Florida. Offers must specify the price asked contract and
, , , , tier barrel, without distinction between wet and dry; riods, if no a
irepored to furnish grocers J-ve anc| a |la]f cubic feet of measurement goods, and returned, the
n",.,'C?T,i 101 " thirty gallons to the gauge of all casks not usually est bidder, ai
all other articles necessary [mrre|s to l,e considered as barrels, whatever The depar
will be sold at the lowest may contain. no pnmage to ^ a||owed. Ten from persons
fair-weather lay days to be allowed at each of the I their contrac
ports of Gosport and Pensacola, for taking in and j Bonds, wii
. discharging cargo. Proposals must state the dc- the estimated
a/r , txP ecription, the name and the condition of the vessel, | will be requi
to Mr. James Williams's an(j tj,e ve8se] niust pass the usual inspection, and be withheld
doors from 44 street, on ^ ready at the navy yard at Gosport to receive count tliereol
ife offer a large assortment
cargo by the 15th day of June. Bids not conform- i the bond giv
for the season, at prices to ;n ?|| respects to this advertisement, will not be in any ovei
w Mi mm considered. 1 spccts compl
"J* N, To be published once a week until the 2d of June amount of a
GE BLACK BOOT,' ;n p,e Union, Constitution, and Intelligencer, D. C.; Navy Agent
wo doors from 4 j street. Baltimore Republican; Evening Post, Morning thenticated si
News, New York; Times and Post, Boston. Ta be pub
May 10?latJ2 Union, Cons
tES.? You arc hereby no- C.t Pjst and
ir at one of our shoe stores Navt Aoknt'i Office, ing News, nr
you want a new pair of Washington, May 15, 1845. Philadelphia;
and there fit yourself from T)ROPOSALS will be received at this office until Richmond; F
s to suit the times. X 3 o'clock on Monday, the 16lh day of June Portsmouth,
!. FOWLER tfe Co., next, for the delivery of thirteen hundred cords of Proprietor
11th and F streets, and best quality seasoned pine wood, upon the wharf at s,.nj R COpy
yf. MANN, the navy-yard in this city, to be corded, inspected, vertisement t
the LARGE BOOT, and approved bv such prison as the commandant m?? q 1
cnn. uv., near 4| street. may designate, free of*expense to the government; -? ?
one half thereof to be delivered on or before the lam TRANSIT]
a day of August next, and the residue on or before
jAMES. the first day of January following.
>or1er of fancy and staple The offers for the above wood must be Honied and n
just opened the following endorsed, and arcompnnied by a guaranty from
s for children and adults: two responsible persons, stating their willingness to t^ROPOSi
inal game. join in the bond, as sureties, in rase the offer is ace < <
eepted. No offer will be considered unless it cor- i ? rel*
is pupils. responds with the foregoing stipulations. A rescr- _ . " u" "
d. ' vnfion of 10 per cent. willT* made from each pay- ^
:ings. ment until the contract is completed. (more or leat
W. B. SCOTT, [h! ZUT,
Navy Agent. ,?A
To be published in the Union, United Slates ? ?t m'd I
or the old and the young, Journal, Constitution, and Intelligencer, in this citv Z7
\lsOj a large assortment of Iwirg a week till 16th June. , *'
Rn.rH. It keeker Ito,.r.l. May 15?tawllfij klt!Luil
tationers'Hall nt ir'dimfi Naval SToaraar.paa'n Orncr, lolicallowet
' Nary Yard, Washington, May a, 1845. daya to be al
SEALED propoaala will be received at ihia office t0*n M
until 12 o'clock, m., on Monday, the 26th inat , Propoaala
I BETWEEN 8CHILL 10 fa1""'"11 P?otl and approved vraarl* within ei~ht V"* U,e ??n(i
om 17!I4 to 1805, tmnalated daya from that period, to take the following freight iiaoal ine
volume, 1845; Enthau, or 'ron' th'" y""' de,'*er ""me n" follows, viz: " 'htrleatm
ipht home from the En at, .'ll the S. narti-nnrd, H < (. u. .Vnv?. thmlil ilVtiai
Magnetism, iia claim* to a 2 chain-cabica weighing alMiut 25 tona. j'() ^ [,
lieing, no attempt to ahow 1 cambooae (boxed up) measuring about 250 cu- Union Ann
ion for the relief of human bic feet. ^
aiJLS ^'wo0lu"^ M "" U S nacv-icrrd, Acta IWt. journal of
nice RendTn^ ' "" 3 rh"'n rJlblwi "nd # anc"or-? ?e?Khing alioul 50 Timea, Con
mce Reading; volume *ec- tona; and about 250 cubic feet measurement blocks, Mnine.
i"1 . , and 1.280 cubic feet oil tanks. Proprietor
his day The bids for each paroel ?o be marie separate. send a pope
F.TAYLOR. J. M. SELDEnTTTs K. bureau
, Majr 16?dt26 May 1
ulau or Const'n, Euhum't akd Repair, I PROPOSALS FOR STATIONEF
April 18. 1845. | Orricc or thk Skcaktari or thr Sim
) PROPOSALS (endorsed proposal* for, April 2(
will be received at this Bureau until the 1 TN pursuance of the "Act legalizing an
May next, for furnishing and delivering J. appropriations for such necessary objeci
-yard, Charlestown, Massachusetts, on been usually included in the general appi
e first day of July, 164(1, four hundred bills without suthorily of law, and to fix
er-roited hemp. vide for certain incidental expenses of t|
ip must be equal to the Riga Rein hemp menta and offices of the government, and
navy-yard, Charlestown. In deciding purposes," approved the 26lh of Augi
, preference will be given to American sealed proposals will be received at this ?
ered at equal or lower price than may be 10 o'clock, a. in , on Monday, the 26th
reign hemp. The hemp must be sub- next, for furnishing the following artich
ecuou anu approvm ai me navy-yaru, uonery lor me um 01 me ornate, eaen ar
n, Massachusetts, by pereone to be ap- of the very beet quality, and to be approv
and under inetructiona from thin Bu- Secretary, viz:
loue will be received which shall not 151) reams cartridge paper
ispection. 50 do white quadruple cap paper
rho may wish to furnish hemp perfectly surface, for envelopes
w, and ready for spinning, can forward 250 do white single flat cop paper
iposals for such hemp; which hemp, if surface, for envelopes
Is should be accepted, must, like the oth- 20 do white vellum cap paper, eat
set to inspection and approval at said plain
>efore it will be received. 20 do white vellum cap paper, eat
unking offers must state the price asked feint lined
1,240 pounds, delivered at said navy- 100 do white vellum quarto post pa
nust forward with them an obligation finish, feint lined
arsons of sufficient projierty to become 50 do white vellum quarto post pa
the fulfilment of the contract to bo en- finish, plain
i) one-third the amount of said contract. 25 do while note paper, satin finish
ish the hazard to contractors of forward- 10 do fancy tinted note paper
)m the western States, which may not 2 do blotting paper
' quality, or sufficiently well prepared, 12 dozen cap portfolios
y of the Navy has appointed two agents, 2 do post portfolio a
hen requested, inspect hemp that may 3 gross black-lead pencils
and intended to fulfil contracts to be made 3 dozen red-lead (icnciU
dvcrtisement. One of these agents will 7 do four-blade penknives, pearl
nemp that may be sent to Louisville, silver tipped
ind the other that which may be sen 3 do four-blade penknives, of a sir
, in Missouri. These agents will be J do do do buck h
ith samples of the Riga Rein hemp, ex- 5000 clear quills, No. 80
hemp fully prepared for spinning, and 1000 opaque quills, No. 80
ans of testing the strength of hemp, and 12 dozen ivory-handled wafer stamps, e
y to give all information in their power, 5 do do do p
utractors to have their hemp properly 12 do ivory folders, 9 inches long at
id to ascertain the strength and charac- wide
ore the expense of sending it to the na- 10 gross large barrel steel pens
incurred. It must be di. unctly under- 10 do small barrel do
ver, that the inspection and opinion of 10 do Windle's bullion pens
is merely to diminish the risk to con- 120 cards Perry's three-point pens
furnishing useful information. The on- . 84 do do flat-spring do
i by which the hemp can be finally rd- 5 gross Gillot's Peruvian pens
>aid for will be that at the navy-yard 1 do small pen handles
a be delivered. 1 do large do
n to the bonds which will be required 2 do half-pint jugs black ink
ful performance of the contract, ten per 1 dozen ounce bottles red ink
be deducted from the amount of all bills 75 pounds red wafers, in canisters
i, and retained until the completion of 4 dozen boxes transparent wafers
, as additional security for its perform- 100 pounnds red sealing-wax, ten stick
remaining ninety per centum will be pound
thirty days after bills, duly approved, 100 pounds red sealing-wax, twenty
sen ted to the navy agent at Boston, pound
its. 10 pounds black sealing-wax
dished once a week for four weeks in 10 do colored wax, various co
g newspapers, viz: The Globe and In- boxes
Washington, D. C.; Morning Post and 6 dozen ebony Blandishes, 7 inches
es, Boston, Mass.; Hampden Post, and 4 wide, fifteen with cut-glass
Mass.; Hartford Times, Hartford, sands 1} inch square, with a
nal of Commerce, Morning News, Eve- for wafers, and a top for the earn
lew York, N. Y.; Pennsylvanian, Pub- division for pens
^hilsdelphia, Pa.; Morning Post, Pitts- 2 dozen cut-glass inkstands
Uuion, Harrisburg, Pa.; Republican, 50 gross red tape, No. 15
dd.; Enquirer, Richmond, Va.; Chron- 4 pounds India rubber, 40 pieces
Dominion, Porthmouth, Va.; Jeffcrso- pound
hrleans, La.; Union, Nashville, Tenn.; . 12 dozen japanned wafer boxes
nphis, Tenn.; Gazette, Lexington, Ky.; 3 do do sand sifters
Louisville, Ky.; Statesman, Columbus, 6 ivory-handled erasers
r, Cincinnati, O.; State Sentinel, In- By the act approved June 17, 1844, the ?
ndiana; Register, Springfield, 111.; Demo of the Senate is "directed to confine his n
o, III.; Free Press, Detroit, Mich.; Mis- exclusively to articles the growth and mar
Louis, Mo. of the United States, provided the same cat
e papers, containing the advertisement,, cured of such growth and manufacture of
ardea to the Bureau as evidence of pub- quality, and at reasonable prices, upon
April 18?law4w terms as to quality and price as can be ob
BACCO FOR THE NAVY. fo ?n growth and manufacture." A pi
will therefore be given to the prodiictions <
Navy Department ican jidustry; and all persons making proj
Bureau of Provision, and Clothing, "V art.lcle wi? "
9 ima* l"e ?r?wth and manufacture of the United
ALS, sealed and endowed "kopoakls 'i'iiearucleswill be delivered at the offic
jacco," will be received at this bureau gentry of the Senate a Washington fre
ck, p. m., on Tuesday, the third day of ?aJ& fo.r ca.r.r.,aSc' ?nfor befo,re.the 27 th of
or furnishing and delivering at the Uni ne*1' a!Mi w'" beimid ^ ?? dehyerv.
iavy-yards at Boston, New York.ta I ? bP mcns the arUcles required may b
ere samples am deposited, such qi.an lhf. J,fKce of the Secretary ol the Senate,
co (probably, in all, about one hundred urU.cIc T of l.he VMy I""'' Xunds,
more or less) as may lie required , A ????? apecimen of each article prof
of this bureau, or by the respective (of half a quire) 13 to accompany
ta of the said navy-yards, during the P?"?'. ?"d to be marked with the name of
commencing on the first day of July ''0 Tbe whole of each article specific
ding June 30, 1846. foregoing list will be deemed a class, and
co shall be equal in quality to the sam- 8on oder"'Kto fur'"fh S"ch clttas ot lt
said navy-yards. None of it shall l.c P.r,ce considered) will receive a cor
d during the winter months; ail shall t''e same, on executing a tmml, with two
p.ne a natuml sweat, and be branded foreUes satisfactory to the Secretary of th.
no of the manufacturer, year when, and for. lh? PVformanee thereof, under a fori
L. cch, .ml .h. " be in.p., rnd .1 Ik. ^j"1" J?3'? 'he propo?.l. I.
he^nv^fViMrinlein0'81 l',C Pi'oposids should be endorsed "propo
IT mf ll ,h4 T'J'w""f >
required, must establish agencies at Secretary of the Senate at Washrngtai.
that no delay may arise in furnishing S , V?u
a required; and when a contractor fails a i or i j ecrctary of t ic
comply with a requisition, the navy APr,] 26-law4w
port where the tobacco is required to be
all be authorized to purchase the same; 'he petition of John and Charles 1
tractor shall be liable for any excess of ^ Jersey city, praying for the extension
contract price. tent granted to them for an improvement ii
hose proposals are acoepted (and none biscuit and cracker machine for seven yet
he forthwith notified thereof; and three the expiration of said patent, which takes
id above the ordinary time required for 'be 13th day of March, 1846.
-ansmission of the mail will be allowed I' '* ordered that the said petition be haa
ignify their readiness to enter into con- Patent Office, on the first Monday in Be
i days over and above the ordinary time next, at 12 o'clock, m.; and all persons ore
the regular transmission of the mail lo appear and show cause, if any they ha
wed for the execution and return of a "aid petition ought not to be granted,
bond; at the expiration of which pe- Ordered, also, that this notice be publish,
nswer be received or contract and bond Union, United States Journal, Constitution,
supply will bo offered to the next low- tellujencer, printed at Washington; the Hun
scording to law. at Baltimore; the Keystone and Sentinel, p
tment reserves the right to reject all bids Philadelphia; the Journal of Commerce, pi
i who have heretofore failed to execute New York, and the Post, printed at Bostor
Is. week for three successive weeks previous to
th two approved sureties in one-third Monday in September next.
I amount of the respective contracts, EDMUND BURKE,
red; and ten per centum in addition will Commissioner of Pi
from the amount of all payments on ac- P. S.?Editors of the above papers wi
f, as collateral security, in addition to copy, and send their bills to the Patent Off
en, to secure its performance, and not a paper containing this notice.
nt to be paid until it is in all re- May 13?w3w
ied with; and ninety per centum of the
II deliveries made will be paid by the ___ _
within thirty days after bills duly au- \^7 , , CITY DYING E
tiall have been presented to him. * LISHMENT.?F. Whiatlict, of
lished once a week until June 3, in the ,own> wo",d m08t respectfully inform the
titution, Intelligencer, Washington, D. of Washington and vicinity that he has ti
Times, Boston; Evening Post, Morn- at the corner of 11th street and Penm
id Plebeian, New York; Pennsylvnnian, "venue, south side, formerly occupied by J
i Republican, Baltimore; Enquirer, ley> whera he inTI,e" hi" oM
tepublican, Petersburg; Old Dominion many nBW one* "" m?y pleased to try hii
Virginia. the art of dying silk, woollen, and cotton go
of the above papers will lie pleased to c,olh dressing. The preference which hi
of the paper containing the above ad- ?;Ten. h,m h7 a ,ar?B PorUon ?Vth? c"
o this bureau. Washington,in carrying their work to Geor
nw(J3 has induced him, for the convenience of the pu
with a view to enlarge his business, and by i
RTATION OF NAVAL STORES. hition "f superior work to extend his reputi
take a stand in the metropolis, where he is |
Navv DcpARTMrMT to fee*' ""d nttau all manner of ladies'i
eau or PaovitioNs and Cloth'.no, "emen's Jjppjj i.T a .superior stile. 81.
Mav 1 1H4? every materia! and texture cleansed, bleat
VLS, sealed and endoracu "proposal* ^^ border preserved.
,h.?cu-.- ....r*? ks
j o'ciock. p. m., on inursuny, ine join . , , _ - - ?
the transportation of 4,000 barrels, and ?ten"'^y patronized from every pa
i.) in bulk.V government stores, from COO"7J H" >?" Intelybudt and fitted up a
d at Charlestown, Massachusetts, In "nd eompW* dye-house, and is prepart
Vlarao, in China. Offers must specify ?" kinds or work with despatch, and in a t
barrel, without any distinction between be surpassed in this country. He especta
barrels, five and a half feat of measure- attention of gentlemen to the superior m
and thirty gallons to the gauge of all which coats and pants, and gentlemen's
ually called linrrele, to he coneidered an 6Tn*r?lijrt ore done. Tne shape and aet of
tever they may contain. No primage Bre not ,n degree injured; and I
1; and fifteen fair weather working lay stand, and not in the least
lowed at each of the ports of Chsrlts- A" kmd* nf work will be thankfully receii
acao for taking in and discharging cargo, done on modernte terms,
must state the description, the name * he present is the heat season fo
lition of the vessel; and she must pass inS "nd dyin? curtains; ?nd he would call tl
pecuon, and be ready at the navy yard l,on of boarding-houac keepers, tavern-keep
*rn to receive cargo by the Ifilh day of olh''r" having curtains to clesnse or eoloi
Bids not conforming in all reaiiccta to as * mors propitious time thsn
sment will not ba considered. work ? ?> '* don? better in IPK,d westl
bailed once a week until May 529 in the there " '' * hurry in "uminer. May 6slituiion,
and Intelligencer, Washing
Evening Post, Morning News, Plebeian, Ij^XFLORINQ EXPEDITION, 5 volun
Commerce, Sun, New York; Poat, J-J octavo, and an allaa of mapa, bei
rier, Boston; Eastern Argus, Portland, printed, and giving many hundred engrav
Iratione; the whole got up in a style nolapp
s of the above papers will ba plaaaed to by any other publication hitherto issued
r containing the advertisement to this country. Price for the set, $25. A few coj
day received by ?. TAY
PROPOSALS TOR FLAX AND COTTON CANVAS,
HAMMOCK AND BAG STUFF, AND
BlIRKAU or COM AT RUCTION, RltflirMBNT, AMD RRTAIR,
13th May, 1845.
PROPOSALS, sealed and endorsed, will be roceived
at this Bureau until 3 o'clock, p. m., of
mmmmmmm the 16th June next, fin furnishing end dekreriiw the
. q following quantities of lax and cotton canvta, nam0
mock und bag Bluff, and flax and cotton twine,
Weights te be
iy Strips Strips
lT v cross, ktbwiie.
^fnia Lb*' Lb?. Lbs
?, 1040. Boo bolts of No. 1, each bolt to welch 43 470 Si*
u mil king 400 ilo of No. 3, do do do M 4dS aao
ta aa hare *** <J? ot Jj?- * j? h a m mo
mnMiiiM IT) do of No. 4, do do do A3 140 310
oprtalioa gy,, Jy gf No.?, do do do 30 (30 310
and pro- i/ui do of No. ?, do do do so aaa 300
ie dentil t- 100 do of No. 7, do do do M 180 IM
for other 100 4,0 ?f N?-" do do do 30 aoo 11a
l?4a Cotton Canvas. "
<vT m"' ''olta ?f No. 4, each holt to weigh (8 pounds avoirdupois
01 ,M?y Ml do of No ?, do do do AO do do
!S of ale- 100 do of No. 0, do do do 14 do do
ticle to be do of No. 7, do do do (3 do do
ed bv the 1)0 do of No. 8. do do do (0 do do
' 00 do of No. 0, do do do 18 do do
00 do o< No. 10. do do do 98 do do -j
, smooth Cotton Hammock and Bag Stuff. *
300 bolta liammoek atuff, sack belt to weigh 100
, smooth pounds avoirduDeia 1
340 bolls bag luff," each boh to weigh 76 pound*
in finish avoirdupois
in finish, Ixj. . . ,i
3,600 pounds flux twine
>u>r aaiin 3,400 pounds cotton twine.
^ ' The fin* canvass to be 30 inchc* wide, and each
per, satin bolt to contain 40 running yar^s. ftfipa I* Mai the
strength or (he flax canvass win ba ana meh wide,
except for No. 8, which will ba one and a quarter
The cotton canvas to be 90 inches wide, and each
bolt to contuin 60 running yards.
The hammock stuff to 49 inches wide, and each Ii
bolt to contain 50 running yards. ?
The bag stuff to be 43 inches wide, and each bolt <t
handles 10 con,*in 50 running yards.
' The twine must conform in sins, number of
taller size threads, and in other respects, to the requisitions
andles which shall ba made from the respective navyyards.
900 bols No. 1 Aax canvass
heckered S?'jj *? *?
lain 35 bolts No. 6 do do
td 1 inch 15 bo,Ul N?- 7 do do
1 40 bolts No. 8 do do
400 lbs. flax sewing twine
70 bolts No. 4 cotton canvass
70 bolts No. 5 do do
10 bolts No. 6 do do
5 holts No. 8 do do
60 bolts hammock stuff )
90 bolls bag stuff
350 lbs. cotton sswii^ twins
To be delivered at the navy-yard at Philadelphia. i
One-fourth of the remaining quantities of the different
numbers of canvass, hammock and bag attiff,
and of the quantities ?f: twine, to be delivered at
to the ear* of the navy-yerds Cberiestown, Massachusetts,
and Brooklyn, New York; and the remainder at the
, to the navy-yard, Comport, Virginia. Propoaals to be
mads separately tor tba flax canvass, cotton canvaaa,
hammock and beg stuff, and twine; and amerats
lor* in proposals will be received end considered for the
' quantities to be delivered at each of the navy-yerde
long and named. The proposals for all the can rasa and
inks and hammock and bag stuff, stud be by the bed, and not
division by 'be yard.
e and a One-half the quantity to be delivered to each of
said navy-yewda mutt be delivered on or before the
1st December next, and the remainder on or before
the 1st May, 1846.
to the flag Canvatt. I
The warp and filling to be spun exclusively from
long, well-dressed flax, water-rotted, and of the very
beet quality, without any mixture of aborts or tow.
The yarns to be evenly spun and properly twisted;
lecretary ,j,e warp to be rather more twiqtea then At filling;
urchases ,k.? .. u- i :i?j i-- ve.u- i?. a ?
n exten- May 14?3teod
nI la do ??
iiyfcnot rjNITED ST \TE8 EXPLORING EXPEDIi'ly
call. Y TION, Ckey E4*m.?Nmrrmtiwt of lh? Um nner
in Exploring Expedition, during the ymf*
apparel '??, J1839, 1840, 1841, 1849, by CharJea WtSfaT
ha coat United State* Nary Commander of the Exnedhin*'
he color w"h illuatrntiona and map*, in 5 Tola. Vol/^| go*
to rub. handaomely and etronply bound in doth.
'ed, and I ''"hie edition contain* precisely the aama i.._
I P**?. and reading matter, aa the one in minerial^'
r clean*-1 tavo?the difference between them bain* in th. i
Matten- "T ?nd aiaa of the papei'and the i.mL-JT'
era, and P1""-*. nd " "? of the mapa. fbT^nnmii
r, to the f '"uatraliona in thia edition ia ^ZeU 5
the fall, hmidrcr A volume will be publi.hed I
lien and ?? w"k*< uft^'h* whole woVk ehaJIbJoZLZET
dim- For-kby FHAtoCK TAYLOR, B^kSt
| mmj m
m IiV T7> RENCH BOOKS FOR YmrTH.?JuaTbnl
lutifully J; ported from Paris, by P. TAYLOR, and Ihia
ed illua- , day opened, a collection of French juvenile hooka
coached f of instruction and amnaetnentj for young people of
in this evesr age, embracing mow than fcfty varieties of .
i>ie? thin kind ana price, some of them beautifully illustrated
LOR. In ornamental binding. '
1 May 14
~ ' J
c /???" W WW UUHCU Iiiam/IHUIW vi use uni AUICiiu'"cure
ican pot ashes, in the proportion of he ten pounds of
1 . PJ"?" ashes to every hundred pound* of green yarn, and ''
suitable one M|i0n of water to every pound of green yarn, i
as good t^en t0 be thoroughly washed; jtod rinsed in pure !
touted or watOT) amj carefully dried. The Vans to be thua
reference prepare<i between April and November. No date* :
)f Amer- terrous substance, starch, tallow, (Hue, paste, hor
wsals to any description of weaver's diusilhfc to be used fa
imeisof tho manufacture. All cylinderingy calendering, % 1
r u*' pressing, and beating, ia strictly prohibited,
e of the The cotton canvass, h4mm<&k Smfbag dtdff, and
* of any twine, must be of the best and
August wor)(manship, and, with the ftuccahvMd; b^ttlbject
to such tests and inspection as tire 6iii?f Or flftsaid
e seen at bureau may direct or authoriz*t?*db* 'id re- *
t,very spects to his satisfaction, or (other satisfcetisnnf the J
, , respective commandants of said navy-yards. A
>oscd for blue thread to be placed at such distances from each
the pro- ?e|vage 0f an the canvass so may be directed in the
.th.e pro- contract. ,U
:d in the All deliveries must be at the risk and expanse of
ttic per- the contractor; and the artieles must oonfoiyuto the
ic lowest stipulations and conditioas of the eon tracts to be cn~
tor tered into; proof of which must be (Urhished to the
or more 8?tj6faction of the commandant of the yard. .
; '"nle; Bonds, with two approved sureties, in one-half the J
eilure of ealjmatt. j amouitta of lite contracts, wUl.bf featured,
s, which an(j ten per centum in addition will 1*. withheld
rata oec- from t]u, Hmouiit of each payment <o be made, aa
sve been co||aterul security for the faithful perormahbe of the
. f contract, which will not oe paid uhtil th* contract
i u1" shall have been ftilly complied with is w respects.
id to the -p. . n ' .J" ... ^ _n lap
j.uc uuicau icocivw uic iigui iv rareu ui viivih
from persons who have heretofore failed to fulfil
_ <?' contracts.
: senate. Two persons, whose responsibility must be certified
by some navy agent, commandant of a navy
yard, or other person Known to the chief of the b?3nice,
of reau, must state upon the offer their readiness to boi
of a pa- come sureties for the persons offering, if their bid
n a ship- should be accepted.
irs from To be published once a week for four weeks in
place on the following papers, viz: Union, In telligencer, and
Constitution, Washington, D. C.; Morning Post,
rd at the Daily Times, and Boston Courier, Bofftoiu Mass. ;
spfember Journal of Commerce, Morning News, ana Evening
notified Post, New York; Pennsylvania, aim Keystone,
ve, why Philadelphia, Pn. ; Republican, Baltimore, Md.
The papers containing the above advertisement
sd in the will be for worded to the Bureau as evidence of paband
, printed May 13?w4w
rinted at inted
at Was Department, May 1815.
i, once a ritHE appropriations applicable to stich objects
the first X are so limited by law, that no books, atlases,
maps, newspapers, or periodicals, sent to the War
Department without subscription or order previousitems.
\y given,con lie paid for, or considered puolie propII
please erty. All claims and accounts against the deportee,
with ment must be rendered at the close of the quarter in
which supplies of any kind wars ordered and fins
Dialled, except for newspapers and pariodieala so
ordered, which will be rendered and settled yearly.
The accounting quarters of the fiscal ysar tercni.STAB
naie on the 3?th of September, 31st of December,
George- -jj,, af March, and 30th of June,
citizens Ma_ i3_2uWim
iken the ' _____
"y'*"n'R TT7E promise our customers to keep on hand
r. Berk- VY supply of our |3 boots. Wear* happy to find
n" they please so well, and shall not spare pains to
' ? "J please all who may fhvor us with a call.
od"'',nd J. E. FOWLER A CO.,
r* bee" 11th and F streets,
;itenB of and W. MANN,
^townj Sign of the LARGS BOOT,
?n e'xhi Pennsylvania avenue, 9 doors from 4| street.
?re? 'r?l n HEAP LAWNS FOR DRE88E8?500 yards
<nd sen- ^ belzorine lawns, from auction withawla
of 'n a day or ,wot w'" ^ BO'd at ^ Mnt* yard- Mao
-hed or on ^sna, a considerable assortment of French point'
ed lawns, worsted, berege, and belserines, all of
which will be disposed of st a small advance.
E JAMES ft. CLARICE,
Iflrf Op. Cen. Market, and No. ? from 8Ui *