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VOL. IV. WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1854. NO. 567.
the evening stak published every afternoon, (KXrSPT SUNDAY,) Jt tio: Star Buildings, c-orner Pennsylvania menu* and Ulevrnth strut, By ft ALIiAi ll & IIOHK, \VU be served to subscriber* iu tht: ?t Wa.?h mfton.Gt J'!?iOW,,? Alexandria. Ra!tiir.>re and Phila driphw, at SIX AND A QUA9KR CENTS, pay? - we'-aty w the Agents. To mail subscribers the sut>?cnpfion (vice is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in advance, TWO I?OL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR lor THREE MONTHS. (J^Sihot.i conn on* c*n. UNUEKTAK WW, Jtc. CABINET MAKER & UNDERTAKEN mdW undersigned would reep*>ctfally inform hu L fri-als. acquaintances, and the public gersra'^ th?t he still continues to execute all orders in hi' lia- of businMs in the b?t naaasr and at the short eft notice. II.SPAm.TII? neatl? aud promptly ese^Bt&O tii3*Ml?<d to ** the ihoru** nct'ae, ail fa the hczi aia caer. 3:lies preserved ir the t.-vnt pcrfxl n. i rir, eren t?* t\? vHirmts*. . it-*nkfW for part favors, he would r?wr)a?tfs.lh so i3t, aaj will endeavor to merit a conticuanc'i o~ tfci same. ANTHONY BUCHLY, Fa. ave., is. aids, between 9th and lOthsts. Redden-*: *5r. Martin's, No. SS6, D street, t irJ b?a??*asi.fti . th wtreet. mar 17?1; COFFIN WARE ROOM, Ac. r~">> J WILLIAM PLANT A CO . f?lV DERTAKKti ?reeideno* 418 ?>? ecth street. be w?tu ti and H strata. in erment* pr ?ar?d in rvnjr groan J or oemeter.. Coffins, Cap* phr-iads, Carriages, Hearre, and every article fJr' in -meats ?>t tue bjst quality furnished at #bor! notice, on the mm r?*-ouaMe and ?t h.>or-? of th? ni<ni Having the exciu-rive r ght of Cramp s Patent Co-p-*j Preserver, we guaram^e to ***P tne l- ?i f-?r 'ifTy 'eoirth of t me. cc 11 tf U^JiiHlAKINa & CABINET MAKING. TUa adveaieer returns sincere thank- to his fneuds ?ua the public in K-neral f r ihtir put patr n?riV?3^EE9Efcc> ialmf- rmu them th-t, with in-fi39H3flEfi creased facilities, he is _ prepared to at.and to ?d oraers in uis iine ot business w ,Ui pr-xi, vue?? and dispatch. He gives his persons! a: &-2t.oa to ndwrtaking, and those roquirmg hii terntarwn always Una him careful and obLgiu,' ta.-J at^nd<?d to at ali hours, day *ud night. Ib tfi-> -ab>aet making line he tras s to hv ?tle to BITS ^LL.f-cuon ae heretofore. Ilia esUbl.elin;.>r: t uon^a areaue.Nos. 18i aQt| i88f 17tV aai 13tu , First *Ard, W^hinginV _ JOSEPH GAWLBK, _oct ?' lm Cabinet Mafcar and Undertaker. UNDKRTAKaR. IWOULD r^p-v;tfully renirn mv thanks to it* TitUeiti ox Wellington and its vicinity for the r p.vr pitr";:^> and say :hat ovr<ug to the freoe-'ut sal,-in the cndertakl:)* brancll of ny ba"i"?i? I hare been iadu-5.! to aiaiontinua the manuf&ctti oi Furniture, and tarn say attention foliy to tbr IiAKINvJ. I have upsred no pains id iia>? eferytaia^ taat is requisite to my burine*.., ail ao therefore luily prepare<l to meet any order s faw aoo-ct? notioa, and I a^- are L'l^ee woo m* ? pvs cd * c^l ^a* I will a pare no pains to carry oa': Ux&? ordar- u> their entire satisfaction. JAMBS F. iIALV'JIY, wo r. ,, 41 7th et-? between Q an-I Li. H. 3. ? alia attended to &t a<i hoars of the ?i: 4fi mar 2?ly 4*GL?NWOOD OEMETERY." THIS beautiful burial place >f the dead havk,. just be?n dedi-jated with appropriate oeremcnte br til* purpose., is uow open for the veceptlou of th? remains ?>: ^oeaaed perioc#. The MaIJ^JLICUVI has capacity for t hundred bo<iie8, in whuh such triends 0f the u?*ii is ic-i appiy o*c pla e the daparud until they 8ei?^t *ii for th? graves. The plan of the incorporator? is ono of equility :i> ngard to th- ;s>to, whi h wiU not be pat up public? tor sale, (aithough they us- Miy fcrins a preuiiar;.> making tie early section of lots tae no? 4016. Uatil an efflt* is established in the city of Wash m^t?n, applications wjii be patctnaliy at ?nd?a to at the pre^nt oflw, Sa the e*ac <ring ot th ? buila uig on -satenn^ tLe Oemet-ry. w r^q. WM. 3. ElMPHRSfd n. B ?Gl?nwocd is situated a short distance 'ct worth Af t^a Caritoi. o-i* 11 1 REDUCTION IN GAS FIXTURES. \\7 ^ u0? rroeiTia^ th" largesi stock of GAi j J FIXTURES ev?r offered :? this riiy, mm pri-i- g averv variety of sty*e and flni*h They bav been ieiett?l from tue celebrated factory of Oorne liu? A Jo., Phliadelpuia, and include all of th?ir patter oa Owing to a redaction in pricw in Qas Fixtor* v?f are now pre; \r-d to furniin them at a lees rate t-he tbey have ever yet been sold here or al?*where. To keep p koe with the above improvement ;fc? prioa of gw Pubing has been materialiy redaoea. and oar increased facilities warrants us in saying that we are prepare-i anl can ezocute any wor* we may underuae cheap-r and better than any othei ?etablishment in this oily. J. W. TH0MP80N A BRO., Plutabing A Oas 'Itting li^uhlishmun'. Pa. avenue, s side, between loth and 11th sts oet 1 J?utJanl GREAT ATTRACTION. 1 AA doaea linen caaxbric Handkerchiefs from 6 lOv oenfa upwards . SO doi. gr?j? linen Handkerchiefs from 26 oents up ward-, very cheap French worked Collars in ffr**t variety, very lew Worked lawn and muslin SiMvee Worked e-mhric Skirts , MO pair* Pr?nch kid Gloves, at 50 cents, worth To J cent* Oali ana Day cheap Ibr oash at WM tt. RILEY'S, or>r. Bighth etreat, opposite Centre Markst. oet 8?lm TAKE NOTICE NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED. PW. BROWSIAO, Merchant Tailor, f* . avenue, under the Unitwd State* Ho tel woutd respectluliy ixtf >rni his customers anl the pabiic generally that he has just re ceived new Fad and VVi .ier goads in gr-at variety, such -IriCtu, Cassim?res, and Vesting - th*? latest importation, aud preparwl to have them ni*.le up ut the dnortoa: no'ice in the most f^hi^u abie raaa^er ai>a it low rat?? of prices. Having mvle a'ra ?gem-L.t to go into the Ready madei 'icrtnmg baainese ex tensy^ly this season, b? ieeis contt-i'U . that he cau ott-r t^ th ee wishing t purch*ii- a sto'i of 0;<>?hing, not inferior to any iu thii? city, and not ma le up at the Morth, as is u.*u ally the case ?jth wor* sold here; but cut in hi> own establishment, and made by our own needy cit i*en* in this dull *-ason at low rates of prices, he i* enabled there or, to compete with northern work in po.nt of prices; anl an to quality anl style, ha ml: l?*v? for tho.-?? who favor niu with a call to iudge Me caa t?-ll whole suita, Coat, Pants, and Vest, a the io?lowiog low rate*: Uo:>d sur for b usiness parposee, out of cloth or c^s siaiere, fo !i# small hum of. |15 I?-^5s Mill ir >?a 0>?a s, from $1U to $&.? Uvero-j?ts of different styles 12 to 26 Biaca anl fincy f?u aloons $3 50 to lo Silk aud Velvet Vest* *i 50 to 10 This sto^k of On thing is of a saparior quality aci Las t??so oiada up since he received the :all and vint r lashioas lie iw constantly on hand a large assortment oi la^-cy art: dea?such aa Gloves, Ctavau, Collars L ? trellis, Ac. Sole Agsnt for the sale of Scott's Report of Fash k>n* iu thir- city. sep 16?tf HEAD QUARTERS^ C?rner of T*iirtctut/i and K struts, near Oa T'ntulrt f The proprietor of this faJ ? abllc house, Mr. William \kfa|y Ureaeon, haa refitted, ren ovated, and prepared his4 e?tabli-f.ment lor the a^oommodation oi vi iiers in Bucb a manacr that he trusts will give fud satWac tiou to ad who extend t? him their patrona^s. He hi- i .ade i^rrangemenU to have the very best ot oYSTaKS, <c., for tha wh-dc seasun, without regard toexpen.se. Jr amities anl Forties promptly supnued. His Bar and Lardar is at all tim-4 *U> ?"d with the best in the line. Making his acknowledgment* lor pa?t enaviura^ement, he respecliuiiy invites a con tinuanae of the same, with every intention aud ex ertion to pieaee. lew Boarders cau tyj oumfortablaaooraimo dated. eep 6m F0& POOB AND LABORING MEN. SMALL BUILIsINO l/jis of IU leut or mi'rt.', in variouii parts of the City, and Ueotgetova, at k>* pr *?, and terms to suit. LLOYD A CO. bUILDlKQ STONE For sale, deliverable at the Canal, or Wharves !n Washington, Georgetown, or Aie^uudha. LLOYD A CO. For sale, a large anl handsome CARRIAGE and HARNESS LLoYi> A OO , ioth street, epp Treasury Department. Jt ah-ir - * CluAli llJJi, ' "al shovel , Ash Buc* U, Oindel j Sifters ani fuue, (o)uipiet? u one.) Shovel and Toi gs, F k-rs, Shovel ana Tong-* b.snds, Blower St*u is, Fen le-a, Fire Car ie a, Ac , Ao. A iarg? supply of the a ov~ go <1-. have jusi be?n reoeived, d:?act from the factories, end are ? arranted superi r to any others *a the market, and at as lo# prioet A c^a la ro^etfu.ly aoiimtjd. JOA. L. 3AVAQX. ^.oc 16 .-ign of Qtlt sypr. ^ t > IQ h st SUIlUOL BOUKS ot every deflcrif tloi. al tin ioacfet pob.<aL?r?' priatn, at i'AYUJB A MADRi'fc sep A? Booartore, near 9th ?t. CAPTAIN OANOT, Author of the great book just bb IN3 PUBLISHED, SPEAKS of HAMPTON'S TINCTURE. GREAT CURS OF RR8UMAT8M CONTRACTED UNDER TROPICAL CLIMATES. Bajltimobk, Md, Jane 4,1154 Mr. StocJcbridge, qfthe Fountain Hotel Light street, Baltimore? Dew Sir : Being on the point of leaving the city, I avail myself of a tew idle moments to thank y< u kindly for the medicine yon 8<jnt me, aod vhich hv restored me to the use of my limbfl. I beg you to peed me four bottles more, to ca?Ty on my voyaxi. Siroe 1 had the fortune to use Dr. Hampton's Ve^i* table Tincture mj contid*nce is so strong that, in gratitude o the proprietors of sal'l medi dne, I be* you to present iny respect* to them, and induce them to make it more publicly known as a sure Rh?umaiic cure. Having called on me on the 19th of April last, and <een in- prostrated on my bed, useless in all my Ii ubs, you can appreciate nearly *s well as myself th* prompt relief 1 received from Dr. Hampton's Tincture, and I am positive had ii not been tor your strong and foroible recommenda tions I "hould "till have been in bed It is really a pity this epecltic should not be ap proved by medical men, and like all patent drugs it should suffer the imputation the public generally give to sucn preparations. I mytelf, who was al *ays opposed to a patented t.pecifij, took this medi cine with reluctance, and without confidence in it, and it was only through your disinterested, friendly recommendations, and my critisal situation that in i?o<*ed ra? to try this really beneficial Vegetable Tincture. i'ou may inform Messrs. Mortimer A Mowbray that th> y are at liberty to make use of my name in rhti suppert of the good effect* of Dr. Hampton's Vegetable Tincture, as it has cured me in five we**ks of a chronic Inflammatory Rheumatism, contracted under tropical climates, and ot seven years' periodica I duration. I have only used three bottles, and fin-t th-t even the deformed parts of my hands are fafi :eturning o the^r former natural appearance I have been under tue treatment of several pl.> sicians in London and Paris, without any apoareo benefit; also, while in New Ttrk, having tried the 'ihompujnian and Homoepathic remedk*8 a tier hav ing been tormented with galvanic ba teries, c<M and aromatic baths, and hundreds of internal an ' external medicinos, all to no effe-it, I ?.m, so tar ca^ed by this Hampton's Ve*fa able Tincture onlj Iherefore, my ear sir, accept of the assurance vl my gratitude, and believe me your w?ll wisher. Tqoma.8 Cahot. R3V. VIRNON EsKRIDGE, U. 8. N. Poetsmodth, Va , Aug. l8,18R1. Mr. J. E. Boost?dou sir: While 1 am, In gone ral, opDoeed to patent medicines, candor compel" in to state that I have great confidence in the virtue of Hampton's Vegetable Tinctur*. For several months past I have used it ir my family ; and in dyspepsia, loss of apatite, diuinew, and gene al d< bility, with entire success. So far as my ^p^ri^n ?? ex ten is, therefore, I t*k? pleas are in rycounue-.i ing it to the afflicted as ?Fife and efficient remedy. I am, respectfully, yours, V*B!?03 3?KKID?g, Chaplain, United Stated Nary. HOME !TESTIMONY. CURB OF LIVER COMPLAINT OF TEN Y? k! ; Waihiucto!*, May 17,1853 Messrs Mortimer A Mowbray: Gentlemen? lin ing been afflicted with Liver Complaint of ten vea^ ?tan lit g, I fc?re'.)y, Tor the b refit of the afflicted ? take great pleamre Lu announcing that after usk. a few bsttlw of yonr Tincture. I fcand had f> complished a perfect cure I have us.?! il sT..rei: medioinrs fr*jca tir u> time, b"t ha=>- never been able to acrourt for uny appar-n* good, and i '? o biocoiug io etrioken humanity that thatmedi.-ta" found whioh po*(*se?? the won^pr- u? power of pr - longinghuman life The many eurer it has wrwstf t u a snficlsn. gnarr.ijt'se of the ben?fi:*'ai rest:'' which nay be eryerien^ed ff?n its use. Ycuij rfiapectfa^'y, J. Ct?ar.M^ Hat. C".!l snd get pamphlets gra?\ snd see tut^f Cough, Brcnc\His, hivjirjitxxm, Neuralgia, Pytpetr sia. FTrvci-x*: and Gen iral Weakness. As a fema. tiediciaacr for dali .sate children we bslie/ait ui. e-juale-?. *?-*>ldby MORTIMER k MOWBRAY, 140 Bait < more ;;tr*5t, Baltimore, and 304 ^roadway, Ne* Ycrk; CHA3. STOTT k CO., VIMER, J. B. MOORi P. B. OLA-HUE, CLAilKK A BOWLING, W. ELL! ,/jTx, and ii Watbir.?rf??n: atfeo. by R 5. Jr. CISjIL, Georgetown; and C. CJ. BERR^, Alexandria, and by Dr g^ifts everywhere. aug 81?tr TAKE NOTICE. H0D3SILF.3PERS and others are reminded tart the fbllowinit list of articlee are of the ver> >c8t de-wripH-en, and can be purchased from the salt - ?riber on sa lew terms as aay ether house in tfce -ity. A ltrg? issortnient tod supply always oa oils of all kinda Qoeenswart Psictfl Bru*hea OamphJae Clocks Varnifth f^mps Tarpentire OhanJelWti Wladovr Oirandoioa China Vaeoa fiarthsnwars Brittannia Ware Glass kz.} Ac., Ac. Qooda sent to any r**1 ?f ?' charge. Oountry dealers will do well to call. 0 8. WHITTLESEY, 7th Ptreet, opp. 8elden A Withers' Bank, mar IT?tf KKMITTA5CE8 70 IiLKLAlTD, |J*IIR8<jNfi deeiring to send money to Ireland, on; I obtain che.?ks for ?l or more, on the Belfa banking Company, payable in all the pcincip* - was. Apply to CHUBB BROTHERS, Bankers, opposite the r;V?a#ury Bnulins. bLb riXTDiU?6. f'H E saltscrioern take pleasure in aouoancng t the public that their stock of GArf VlXTUREr x>RiprieiQg some of the bwst anl latest patterns, b* ??n received, and that they are now prepared to s* at the lowest rate*-- - Persons in want ?-f <*as Kixtur^, will pleaae c*U and examine -they will no donV-i and it to their interest Dwellings aud public billdtogs fitted with gte-tu jing at th? usual aatea J. W. THOMPSON A BROTHER due 15? ?" Pa. av., bet. 10th and 11th, n. elde. WASHINGTON IRON WORKS, Maine avenue, between 1% and 6th sis. MANUFACTURER of Steam Engines, Boiler* Waur Taukri, Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers an>i Mill Work generally. Will furnish Saw Mills, all kinds of Casting* Vrou^ht and Cast Iron Pipes, and everything :n th. Iron line generally. Two small KXGINtS on hand and for sale. F<? Information address G. E. NOYES, Washington ir? ^orks, Waskimtton. D O. 'v 1 > ? TO INVENTORY. r^HE o5lc>e of "Tile Inventors' Protection Nations Union" is on 7th street, opposite the East Por aco of the Patent OSioe, and Lt now ready to stt?n< x> the businetw of its members, namelv: in niakin. a'aination"- and soliciting patents, Ac. inventors are invitwl to oall and get a oopy of th* jo&stUuuon and By laws, and where any informs tion will be given respecting the Union. AU letters on business must be directed t? this oi lee, where attention wiil be given immediately. A model snop is in connection with the office where models can be made to crier at the sbtrte^ aoiioe. T. G. CLAYTON, ap 10?ly President T. P. v T* PLUMBING, GAS-FITTING, AXL TINNING. r|lU8 undersigned, having added G-vs-Fitting to X their former business, are now prepared to ex e -ute all orders in that line, in the cheapest, mi.-s expeiitio'js and approved manner. PLUM LING and MNNIV<? done as heretolow. A fine bSiortment of STOVES, Tin aad Sheet Ire l WARE consUntiy on hand. Sole kgwnts fc the District for MaoGregor's Patent DOT AIR FURNACES, f^r hoating Public Buiidiagr. Churches, Hail', Private Residences, Ac. Also fcr Barker's Double Acting FORCE PUMP? Persons in want of any of the above articles wil find it to their advantage to c.'.il on us ere purcha king elsewuer*-. Pledging themselves to a prompt execu'ion of a'< orders entrusted to them, they in-x-t rejper.fully solicii a oontinuar.oe of the favors soi .iber^Ily b* stowed upou them Ly their f rmer patron J si i tu^ public in g -nera' FU^tSE A COLLINS, Wos. 36? and U71, Pa.av.,oppof ,te WUlards' Hotr!. ?ep 6?3m SILVER AND BRASS PLATING. Ho. 442 Eighth Sired, belxoun D si and Fa. aveuye rpUs undersigned is prepared to do SILVER and I BRA -8 PL *TIiVG in all their varieties Numbers for Stores and Dwellings, Door Plates, Beil Paila, Railing Knobs, Letters and Ornament; ?v,r n.i ftixy and ot iar Ass oiatLms fu*nlsh?l a* bal lojore-priw". end of hieowii workmanship. Afl kinds ot Conch Work ia the ttt'9 done in the bee* aDd cheapest man: er. Tboau who want wiyer, pMtog* <*>??, will pWase edll as-atonrs,*on J. A. fltf IKHAN, ?epM?lai Praotioal MlWr Plater. A A REMEDY FOB 1<<SACH DISEASE." X the request of many of my patience, I have consented to pat up a class of mj most effi cient prescriptions in the foim of FAMILY MEDI CINES, each one suited to a partiTular disease, and not, like the manufacturers of the nostrums and panaceas of the day, promulgate to the world that \ny one compound will cure all diseases, and who, (in the word? oi the great Italian physician. Rpal lanzani) "put medicines which they know little, Mo bodies which they know lest." J. S. ROBB, M. D., Phila. For Cholera, Dysentery, Bowel Complaints, etc-, Dr. J. 8. R08Jfi'8 CARMINATIV* BALSAM. This mixture is one of the most important m?*di Mnes, and should be kept in all families as a "spe cific" for Cholera and Bowel Complaints it has nev ?r failed. Dysentery vanishes in a few days when this article is used as direted. r*rioe 26c. Dr. J. S. Rosi's Panr Curb will cure Stiff Neck, 5ore Throat, Pains in the face, Side, Back or Limbs frem a Cold, Cholic, Cholera Morbus, Ac. It cures Sprains, Chilblains, Cramps or Pains in the Stom fcch or Bowels. Price 12^?, and 60 cts Db. J. 8. Rosa's Uxteact or Buohu 1b one of the >est remedies ever used for diseases of the Kidneys, (ladder, Ac. Prioe 60c. Da.J.S. HOATb NlBVOUS AUTD IKVI&O HA TIB <i COB HAL, for Heart Diselse, all Nerveus Affections, Plat lience, Heart Burn, Restlessness, Numbness, Neu* ?al ?-ia, raising the spirits, and giving power to the rhole system, it is almost miraculous In its effect. >0 cents a bottle. Db. J. 9. Rosx's Dtspxptio Oompoujtd, a sure cure or Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints, and indigestion, rhen taken in conjunction with his Alterative or family Pills. Price of both 76o. Db. J. 8. Rosx's Golds?* Pais for falling of th ? ffomb, Jfesaala Weakness. Debility, and Relaxation ;hey have a peculiar affinity for th* debilitated juscles of the female, and in no instanc? have tliey ailed in radically curing those distressing com plaints females are so often subject- TiS* 60 cent* Dr. J. 3. Rosx's Anti-hilious or Raiuioad Pills.? ihese> pills are not warrants to cure in every mal ?ly or dlaease incident to man, but they are a grana ?medy for a Bilious state or the system and coci uon 'evers. When used with Dr. Rose's Tonic Mix are, will cure the most stubborn cases of Bilious ? -ver or Fever and Ague. Price 12% and 26c. Db. J. S. Ross's Sabsapabilla Compound, for all iiin Diseases and for purifying the Blood, it is so* >enor to all others. Price 60c. and $1. Da J. 8. Rosx's Klixib or Opium, free from all the ?ad effects of Opium or Laudanum, such as Head ohe, Constipation, or Sick Stoma: i. Prioe 26c. All whose Constitutions are impaired by disease or reak by nature, should read Dr. J 8. Rose's "Medi al AtfVteer, (which contains a d?scriptioa of the Lbs ia>*es of oar climate and the mode of treatment.) It ea be had without charge of Z. y. Giiman, Charres Stott A O , W. EL GLlman, -flu W- Nairn, Patterson A Nairn, D. IS. Clark, i H McPhersf.u, William T. l?s.as, Kid well A Law ?nee, J. B. Moore, Washington; J. L. Kidwell, ieprgetotr i; ajcl by all dealers in Alexandria. Vir. in.?. je JST? ~Liiy~ER. "TSf* JH 3GDI H*? SSIIT .j??k. ?T A. VI D I C IC TRONIC OR NERVOUS DEBTUTX. tflSEASISS OF TUB KIDNEYS AND ALL DT3EAS3S ARISING FROM' A uISORJJJSBEO liver OR STOMACH. nth a.i Coai*. ;pation, iuwnr?l I'll?*. Pu3lav" -f to tht H*srt, Aridity ci tha Noumea, Heartburn. DS^aaHorFoy' in' ? erw?Iga'c i-i '.ae Siowaeh-Srorj ifcee*-^ ^ cr Fictt*r ng ai the ,?lt Ji SwHwains or ti* k V,'*6e before thsaighi, Fov?r and loll Psin it) tb? 2e?i, ?filoienuy ?/ Pe-spirslk.a, ox ?h-: Sfciii and Sy?rj,rain iis the ^.d?, Back, Uc?vt LLnbs, Ac., badden ?!?!???<? of H9%,, Surety las the 'j'iasb, i3oiiSt%nt Iiaa^icir:-^! ci evil, Kid Grer.t ^?iirecaica ol'3pL:ic3, BS ErrsCTCA'XI yJCiJS: 3* DR. HOG FLAN D 'S G?l#brat0d Gtermaa Bttteins, i'RSPAJiSD &'? DK. C. M. JACKSON, .to. ltto Ar?h Phlia4elphl&. '?heir power over the above cUseaees is aotczoeilwj foiuall*!, by any other preparation in iha itin . an the cures attest, ic cueny c%?9 tiflvc 9Zir clp^y :'?3b.n3 L-ui f*Jled. i'nose bittjruore we nuy Ifee attention oT inrtli-li. '?>3ssg?ins great virtuae in the rv>ctL?.aation of u_;3 ?*3es of the Liver and le?er glanda, exE-rcising the aoat ssarchSng powers in w^aknsw and affectienc ui tie digestive or^&oa, they ate, witiil, safe, eortaia iad plsasant. El ID AND BX OOtr/lNCJED. PniLAffgLP-na, March, 1,19W. Dr. 0. M. J?ckson: Dear Sir?For the paat two '>*rB I have tx??n severely aflUcted with Liver Com ?iaint, Dyspepsia, Bilious Diarrhoea, and Piles, sol -ring in a great decree constantly, tke pains and in onvenienoee attendant upon such dL'wases, witfco-'. ! jergy, being scaicely able to attend t? any ba?i i-"8s. I ioct a gr<Mt deal ef my fie?h, and used many :iads ef medicine, with no apparent change, until I nmraenced with your "HooflawTs German BtttcrtJ aey b?ve entiraly cared me. I have gained in ffligl* over forty pounds since I commenoed thciT ik?, and I am now entirely free from pain and uche >f any kind, and feel like a new man. I nnhesiiat ngly reoommtnd your Bitters to all invaikiB. Toars. lesoectfiiliy, JOHN R. CORY, Ko. 12 Lagrange Piaot W? #1. A.dM.nac, pnb. of the Argno, We^t-oo, rfo., July 17,1S61, said: "I waj Ut sainmcr so very ow aud weak as not to be able to stand at the ease ? lger than one hour at a time. I tried one bottle ?f your German Bitters, which entirely curvd me. I 4*ve used two bottles. I sent two bottiee 160 mile* >ra here to a friend wbo had been sick for a long le; he has also been cured by them. I believe Hem to be superior to any medicine new in use." JU. B. F?rk!n?, Marietta, Ohio, 7eb 22, lWi ??id: "Your Bitters are highly priied by these wh. ve used them. Jtnacafi-s fci IJ ver Complaint, ai 0'iJ standing, which had resisted ike skill of se> ?ril physieiant, was entirely cured by *he a<% of* iotUea." r* Keiieliailr, Jeweilar, Woeater, 0n Deo ;i, 1861, said: "I embrace this opportunity of in v-mlng you of the great benefit I have derived ftott je ope ?f Dr. Heofiand's German Bitters. I have ined them for Chills and kever, and Disordermi Uoinach, and found relief in every owe. They are "fcsb<wt remedy for Disordered itcmach'I thiai is ^xtetence." D. B- Sjrkta, Kjq , Aditor of the Courier forwlch, Conn., said: "I have bssn using your G?r a an Bitters for Eome time, for Dyspepsia, and ha7e vied so ranch relief from them, that I hav s made ap my mind to give thera s fir it rate tentorial ?h Icrtemerti." !Iold??} Ctmp) te> Co., Janesville, Win. iept. 1861, s^d: "Your German Bitters are deserved .y popular here, and aiaoDg all the prepared medi -ii.'.?s on our shelves, none have we sold which have ;iven the satisfaotion of Hoofland's Germau BJitera." June 'id, 1852, they said: "W? recommend theia ae an invaluable spring and summer medicine." W. M. Orr, Wooeter, O., October 2d, 186S, ac^d "Vcu axk me my opinion ot the German Bitters, i uave used them for Dyspepsia and Indigestion, anu uke pleasure in staong that i it ink thoy are t^o rery best rem'vly extant for the above o>ompla?nt/?~ (Vy are dtddMUy in tic adixuuic of ai* the prcprt drry medicines of the day." %*Mr. Orr is a distingcJeted lawyer of Woostai. These Bitters m b xsrmtLr vkxtablb. They twer pro? irate the t*tU r*, but imn$oraU it. for sale in M^eaingt^n by Z. D. QlLMAti. la Georgetown by J. L. KXDWXLL. In Alexandria oy J. R. PLKRPONT In iiirhmonu Ly faiinStLL, LADD A CO. Iu Baltimore by CANBf A HATCH In to DAVIS A M1LLSR la do SBTU tfANCl. In do a4ACP??R80N A MARSHALL. In Norfolk by M. A. SANTOS A 8-jN And by rospettable d*.le? In medicine every Whwa. fr?lv WABBEITS IIMPROVRB FIHK AND WATKR-PROOF I COMPOSITION ROOFING. E take pleasure in calling the attention of w parties contemplating building, to this high ly popular roofing material, which had been in ex tjujive use throughout the cities ot the Western St<tes and Brit'sh I'rsvioos for upwards of 10 yeers, during which time it has been rested by every vari ety of circumstances md is universally ouneeded t? pesaees, in a greater d*grt?i than anv other roofing cuitdrial in n^e, thi valuable qualities oi dieapnesa IcmhUity and security against the action of Uie ei ements. We are raaidy to oontract for rcof:c^ In the fit] and country. Otioe Loon from ll to liia-ia- and 4 to 6 p4B. i O. M. WAJ&BK A CO., lath st., 2d door above Room. aog 19?9m* UNITED STATES MAIL. PENNSYLVANIA. Post Ornci Dipartmiwt, 1 PRAPn<JATjj , October 11th, 1864. J nVjyoAL8 for oonvejing the mails of the Uni ^hel8t 01 December, 1864, k su? 30th of June, 1856, oa the following route, Id n18 K*?8TLVAJfIA' wil1 ** reived at the Contract Offloe of the Post Ofloe Department, in the oityof Washington, until 0 o'clock a m.. on Mon day, November 20th 1854, to be decided on Wednee ^ Novemb*r, 18<4; No. 9330.?From Ilarrisburg, by LIn*leystown, Ma nama Hill IVest IJanovT, East Hanover, ? ?'n e^Wn? *n(* Fredericksburg. to Fine Grovt>, 3i miler aud back, three times a week. Leave Harrisbur; Monday, Wednesday and i'ti day at ?0 a m Arrive at Pine (irore gam* days by 7 p m Leave Pin? Grose Tuesday, Thursday, and Sat, n:da> at 4 a n Hn i?}ye SLHarrjbv ^ Bame *?** by 6 p m. So. 01 .?From ilaLanojr, by Greenbrier. Line Mount?in, Upper Mahanfango, and Bar t0 Mnersviila, miles and back, twlc?a?eek. ***** ?nrt F^d;y at fl a m Arrive at Min? svilie same d?y by 6 y> m MinersvMe Tuesday and Saturday at 6 Am.e at Maban?y same days by 6 p m. For form of proposal guarantee, and certificate, and alfo instructions unbracing condition!* to be in oorporated in the contact to the extent the depa.: ent may deem proer, see the advertisement in viting proposals for mil *rvice in the fctatae of N. Jersey, Pennsylvanl.Delaware, Maryland,and OLi' dateo the 22d of Septmber, 1854. oct 18?eo4w cautionT 1XTK the underained, r,0,Jers, have jointly r.? 11 soived that jwe detect anv p?raon orper^ouf hereafter in buyig. selling, filling, or collecting bottles with the toiowing names on, vix: Maacn a \tuj. Arny ? Sinn, McKee? A MoOrann, Jobr ilcKeoa, unless ?ithor:eed by us 90 to do will be prosecuted to theitmost extent 0/ law. JoHN MaKEON. ARNY 4 8HINN, Georgetown. Washington, Set 26.1864 m rewariT WE will give (he above re war 1 to any persoi. who wil give us such in'ormation ah wiij le?d to the deletion and oonviction of any person cr persons who my, sell, fill, or collect our botti** without being aithoriced by us so to do. AKNY a. 8HINN, nep 27?eolm* JOHN MaKEON PIANOS FOR SALE AND RENT. fji*^,w and second-hand PIANOS of If V ri'niy <wn and several other factories are always to b< had at lay Piano Warp room, on 11th street, bftwe??n Pennsylvania avenue and 1. itrmt. Pianos laien in exchange. Tuning ale* attended to. F. O. RRIOHfNBACH. P 8 ?A t.T very lr*w pt iced second hand Pit&o a -???? ?* ?.!* ? to? "LUMBER!?LUMBER! THE undersigned have established themselves i' ?ku Lumber t usines.^ at 14ih street Bridge, 01: the Caa*1? where they offer for sale a is rye ant? ^euers. assortment <>f Seasoned Lumber a* ?a:r pri ct* ana on reasonable terms. Persona desiring tu jjut up iramo buildings can have estimates furniahki by cnliiBg ar thf yard On hano, a fine lot 0! Cedar Po.Tta. Sf p 28?8aw4w CKlPPS A WALLER. NOTICE. LAND WARRANT No 85 5S7 for forty acres, un-: der the ac: of ffeptetnbfr, 1850, it;sre<ll In fav<r- ! af^ndww.l Millar, a private in retain Ander-j Boa's Company of Gforgia Militia, iS5 , was ma led : atJfew ^Ibsny, Vississippi, on or about the 51, ??i \ Ootobei. 1^<J8, addressed to John M. Cuke, Wasa j ington City, and tbe oame has been loit or btolm ! from the mail. Noiiae ip hereby given that applion fcon will be made to the OoinmiaMoner of tan*iots f ;r a duplicate of aud warrant. AilLI'SW J MJLL1R, JiSIN It. 8LA&KE. oet 7?l*w?w THIS is TO GITJK NOTICE that the hubsoriber hath obtain^ lrr.m the Orphans' j Uoart ot Waahington County, In the District of Co iumbia. letters of administration on the personal es tate of Jabes Travers, late of Washington C un'y deceased. All persons having claims sgain?t the said da; eased, art hereby warned to e hibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, on or before the 14th day of October next; they may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefits of the Bald aetata. Given under my hand this 16th'ley of October, ISM. SOLOMON STOVER, oct 16? W3w Administrate. GAUTIKR'R ?At the solicitation of many fami lies, I have made ar< ang?ments U furnish MKA1L8 at private houses regularly, and at all hours. Great care will b^ g'veu o the preparation and cooking of the various dishes, and it will be found the most agreeable and cheapest way to live. C. GAliTiKf, oct 28?Staw8w 252. Pennsylvania avenu?. WK HAVE NOW AT OUR YARD ON NINTH Street, betwaen D and 14? 1 cargo Philadelphia Red A8h Coal for Grates. Ao. 1 do do white Kgg Coal for Radiators 1 do Broken do Aih do for t?maoed 1 do Danptln Red Ash do fcr ooek. Price I $7 75 Daily expected one cargo Grey Ash Also about 60 toan mixed coal, laying cn an open lot, which will be scl* at a vesy low price. Terms cn*h. 2240 pounds to th* ton. cot ?e 3t* YOUNG A MOOP.E. PHILADELPHIA AUCTION BABGAINS Tj^RKmOH Merinos, all shaded, at 76 centa, very JC cheap . French Merino Plaids, all styles 600 picoes black silk velvet Ribbons; of all widths very cheap Plaid Silks, plaid Ribbons filbck Milks of every width and quality 200 French Shawls, various ttyles, very low Cu<*tom?rs will do well to call and look at mj stock, ail of which will be sold at a small advamv, lor oui-h WIL R. RILEY, Oorner 8th sc., opposite Centre Market oat 3?1m MUSIC STORE. We take greet pleasure in returning our grateful thanks to our numerous friends for their very liberal patron agn m h? music business, and beg leave to assure them that we have this week received the largest u?sortoient ct now and popular Mu'ic ever intro duced in this city, principally from the celebrated publishers, Dilson, W?ter?, Hall A Son, Fir h Pond a Co . Lee k Walker, Hanry McCaffray, Willig, Mil ler A Beadiam and others Our assortment will be found one of the largest, and most varied in the city, ojmprifcing Sengs, Duetts, Trios, Polkas, 8chot tiiches, Waltses, Marahes, Opera Airs, Rmdos Nt?j tu.us. Gems by Wallac, Dohler, Beyer, Cramer," Yoss, Tha.berg. Jaell and ott er eminent o:mposers, Instruction Books for every instrument in uae Orders by mall promptly attended to, free of post age. JNO F. ELI 18. Pa. avenue, between 9ch ana 10th sts. oct 17?tf "new wood and coal yard. THE subscriber would respectfully inform his numerous mends and the public generally that in addition to his Wood and Coal lard ne?r ttse phoenix Planing Mill, Georgetown, ha has, for the better accommodation of that portion of his cus tomers who reside in Washington, opened a yard at the corner ol Twenty flist aod I sUeets. At either of the above places those in want of fuel will at all tim** find a good supply of all kinds oi VvOOD and C^AL, at the loweat market prices. All orders left at either cf the above pLcee will be attended to with promptness and dispatch. SOLOMON STOVER, Sutceesor to p?p 27?d2m TRAVERS k STOVER CjELulKG NEW MANOB AT MANUFACTORY wholesale prloes for cash ?Wo have on hand a few very superior Instruments, wbioh we will sell as al?j*e to close but our present stock previous te removing. Every instrument warranted. Call and ludg i tor yourselves at Hiibus k Hits' Music Depot oct 18?tf ANCROFT-VOL 6 OF BANCROFT'S HI&TOfl* of the United St*t??8 Old Redaton*, by Joseph Smith. D J> The InebrittU's Hut, by Mrs houthwoith Kansas and Nebraska, by E C Hale Isabel Carrolltcn, a Pers nal Ratroapect, by Kneller Glen Melcta on Ch ldbfd Fever# , Kolliker's Mim>so?pical Attatom? ' Drake on t^e prluoipsl diseisv (.secivC | TAYm>?- * HAUKY'e Bookstore, ne;ir Otl. Bt. lor oi OLJ) NjM@PjLFMAfi r01i 84LK A\ THIS OincS, a?J 34-tf EVENING STAR. Be-Appearance of the Plague in London A story ha* been circulated in this country >f the frightful re-appearance^of the London 'lague. which ravaged that city a hunched md fifty years ago, tho contagion having he^n lerlved froin bones disinterred in carrying a lew eewfr through Argyle street, by diggi. g o an unusual depth It is asserted that phy icians have pronounced that the uicease is lot the cholera, but that it is undoubtedly he plague, and that it is propagated by con agion, and is even more speedy in its fatal fleets than the cholera. The writer of mo riicle without date, which is copied from the iome Journal, says that. ' The disease, in a reek from the time at which it broke out. had ompletely ravaged the streets in Soho and it.* muiediate vicinity. At the present moment 'oland street, Argyle street, and others are losed against nil passers. Half the shops in legont street are shut up. The remainder re radidly clo-intr A* o'olock in tr.e , ay, scarcely a dozen persons may be met with a that great thoroughfare. In those streets i rhicb the disease is mos; speedily depopuia- i ing, the dead bodies are placed in the open ( ir, immediately that life has departed from , hem. 00 great is the fear of contagion 1 have ] sen in two inranses, half a dozen bodies le 3g carried off in black sacks, like bales of ooda. for burial. You will easily judge how real a fright this has created Every one tho is able to do so, b? fled. London, gen ' rally at this time just emptying, is now half 1 ?populated." i The London papers do not contain anything ) countenance this story, beyond the f<.- ' 'hicb has been rep.atedly stated, that the holera haa prevailed in London to a greater 1 xtent than in any year since 1848. The dew hs ' rom cholera in that year to the 23d of fcep smber had carried off 12.261 persens This ear there has been in ten weeks to the same ' ate, 8,953 The latest sanitary report pub- ' ished in the London Times of Sept. 27. suv \ the cholera Is slowly rotreating fr<-> ? l' tl" on, but it destroyed last *284 live , nd 19 persons died from the allied disease 1 iarrhaj " The deaths from cholera in ihe ext preceding weak were 1549, and in tLat J ext preceding 2050. The numoer of deaths ron> uii causes during the last week in L Ai- J on, in a population of 2.362-236 was 2504 i here was a district in London in which t ;0 ? holera prevailed for a short period fa la iiy r lat a sewer in the vicinity obtained the des 'nation of The plague pit, :?the dieaae ir> lat quarter being attributed in articles whi3h 1 ppeared in some of tho papers to the open i igs into the street in that vicinity for th" \ en lation of some of the newly constructeu se.v * rs At a meeting of the Metropoli an Sewer = lenimission. on the 26th of September, a lot g ?' eport was made upon a thorough inve ti .a ? ion of the causes of the particular viruian.e ! 1 the cholera in that locality. ' It seems to have been fully amounted for y the excessively crowded p.nd filthy state of he houses, and the want of drainage coinum- t icating with the sewers recently construed < nd which had been charged with being the t auBe of the disease The report of the ? :gi t eer, who had inspected 207 houses, represents | hem as in the most diagus;ing state of filth i rom the attic to the cellar. an<l entirely wiM, ut drainage, ani no intimation is given that he disease is of a different character from ire isease which prevailed elsewhere. TLere o indication of any panic in any par' of tin-1 lty, or any unusual suspension of busines?. 1 r desertion of the city by any portion of ?Lb I opulation, more than in any ordinary 6easo': 1 < A or Outcasts?The Albany Evening Journal gives the loilowing account I f squatter sovereignty, near that oity : ,4 West 1 f this city is a pine plane, several miles in I *tadth and extending near to Schenectady, I ittle of which is uader cultivation. A por Ion of this tract of land, in the vicinity of i he Van Kennselaer Lake, Is known as the I ?Pine Bush/' and ia more or less settled l>y ?Squatters," who live in huta made of boards. I ticks, and brush-wood, whioh are of adiminu I lve vise, and very uninviting appearance 1 some are constructed on the hill sides, and no I orined as to resemble an opening into a oavo. I [hey are inhabited by a class of people sel- j Loin seen in our city, who are of a filthy ap- I >earance, poorly clad, and of a heathenish I aspect : The Chief or Governor of this clan is "Joe I darrington," whom we were wont to see, I >very spring., going about the city, with asub- I icription paper in his hand, begging for mo- I iey with whioh to buy a horse. The settle- I ment is made up mostly of emigrants, and 1 principally Germans, some of whom do not j appear to understand or speak one word ofl English The sun never shone upon a more lilthy or a more degraded sot of human beings; and the only wonder expressed in regard to them is that the police have not been troubled with them before this season. Some of the females were to be seen guthering brush-wood and oarrying it to their huts, while others i were engaged in digging potatoes on farms near the turnpike, several miles from their habitation, at a shilling a barrel; but in no instance oould a man be found. This proba bly has been brought about by sending sev eral of them to the penitentiary for thieving, assisted by the fact that officers were on the track of others who had escaped from joatioe. Thb Double Exodus ? Those who felt alarmed lest Ireland should be drained of her laboring population under the attraotiun of free passage*, a hearty weloome, and a prom ise of plenty to eat on the other side of tbe Atlantic, will take courage from the report re cently is ued by the Colonial Land Emigrant Commissioners For the year 1853, there has been a decrease to the extent of 13,378 per sons, or about 7 percent, of the estimated num ber who emigrated in 1852. This has not arisen from any falling off in the remittances from prosperous relatives; for these increased in 1853 from ?1,404.000 to ?1.439.000. The commissioners deduce from the diminished outward movement *? an additional proot that the distress by which Ireland has deen so long afflicted is passing away, and that her labor ing classes need no longer despair of being able to obtain, in their own country, the means of an adequate subsistence.:' Something m u*t also be owing to the greatly diminished num bers of the class upon whom the inducements to emigrate have now to operate There haa alao been a falling off in the Aus tralian emigration but from a different cause. The newa whioh reached this country, that gold was to be haa tor tne digging and trie gather ing, led ia 1852 te a ru^k thitherward of per s<ju8 not adapted by previous habim and em ployment for the rough work of the digging* These aorta of adventurer* ceased to swell the emigration list. In 1853, 84,578 persons emi grated ; of whom 26 663 went to Victoria, and the remaining 8,000 tried their fortunes In the other colonies. ?London Spectator. A Celebrity Among Us. There is now a foreign gentleman in this country of whose presence and claims to dis tioetion the public are not generally aware We refer toGen. Auguste Jochmus,formeroom mander-in chief of the Turkish armies, and afterward a minister of the so-called German Empire under the Archduke John of Autttria. Gen. Jochmus was born in 1808, near Ham burg. and oommeneed his military career in Greeoe, where he took parf with the Greeks, as a Philhellenist, against the Turks. On the accession of King Otho, he was reoeived into favor bv the new government, and employed in the army and in various diplomatic mis sions. By the recommendation of Sir Edmund \ Lyon, then British Embassador to Athens Joehaos jeined the Anglo-Spanish iegien an THE WEEKLY 8TAJL i??? ,??? ? found in any oUu-t?i? published an Saturday , nu? Jingle copy, pet uAam Al ?|j n . TO cires. ^?e copies ^ do.., 7""* ???f IVenty do? 22 <*?? Cask, iirva*ia?Lr i* aovasce. ft?- Single copies (In wrapper*) can be procured t the counter, im<n< diatdy after the iasae of tee "ifH'x- Priof?thr?s ctirrt. who act u a*.3,w wM be flowed 1 con,???w?on oi twenty per cent. :^r;x M:.r-s::4? vmt/iwiador, the o.mp.igI1 HXaJ u"'i^ He was made general in-chief of the Turk ish army and a pasha of two tails. the first /hristian who e?er received each an honor od led the lurk* against Sidon and Acre, la o operation with the British foroas under Na 'tk ^tfer tb" oauiP&l?n. !>? wm attached J the Department of War In Constantinople rhen he remained until the German revolu ien:m 1848-8. in the couree of which he wac ppointed by the Vicar of the Empire hS !t hrh!i k"" aDd FoPei*n Affairs. When nHi i?? h? retired 10 P'irate life, ntil laat year, when he started fmm Europe j>r Asia in company with Lord Elphinstone be Governor of Indk From that country he ailed for China, and re-embarked for Pan ranciaoo. wbeooe be oame down the Pacific Jast to Panama oro>sod the Isthmus. and ar -I" "?? Vork.arlj l? topu*? "A I1,* hit arrival he waa attacked by a >vere b:hous remittent fever, the malignit isease of the Isthmus He la sow oonvalea Z'i "i:v " rAw"*1-wU1 r,lara "> Ths Acnvirr or thh Prehch Emp.bo. he Emperor flies about the Empire with eTaat kptdity One day he nppeara * bESE? D?xt fiB'1* h,a? bere in Paria. One week mce saw him at the theatre applauding Ma ame Rachel, in three da;s after he ma Leuvred a hundred thousand men at Bologna r.d to-night he has returned to Paria That ardtl h1 th^? b#it *nt6re,t? <* France can trdly be doubted, at the same time he is not sry popular in PariH. ?o far ** a ca^ ' bero are those who have - ?-?ifotien the ?up d'etat apH v-r-*-~u e re pea ed viol ai ions f hi? tnere are others who do not fancy ie censorship of the press. and who have lends in exile. Some .people aay, very na irallv, ' ff we were at war with Russia, why re not Cavaignac, Changarnier, and our old enerals in the East ?" Of course everybody oow! that Napoleon fears their influence with ie -irmy. and t\>r that reaaon keep* them her# k hume. Attempts upon the Emperor's life are more cquent thhn people are a??are of Three ? nspirMcies to blow him up with infernal ma :in^s huve been detected within a month, id on* -ooundre! took a shot at ai-n with a isnd. without effect. The assassin waa killed ad planted ut once. Napoleon ie a man with it fear, notwithstanding these attempts He tpnses himself freely at the opera, is the reets and especially at Boulogne It is said is' he expects to die violently sometime, and at he has made arrangements to restore order case the event shall take plaae ? London orrrtfjotiaent Lowtt JourUat. Tua Daclphix A?ain ?The following Is % ue coijy of the original, in the hand-writing the Rev Eleager Williams, now in possea on of a citisen of this place It will be seen at the age which Mr. Williams gives in this etitiva makes him eight yeara younger than ie Dauphin would be if living: "To the Master. Wardens, and Brethren oi lenomonee Lodge: ? '?Your petitioner humbly atateathat, having ?ng h?id a favorable opinion of your ancient istitution. he is desirous of beooming a mcm er there >f, if found worthy. He was born ?t Sault St. Louis, and is lirry-two years of age, and by profession, Le/gyman _ ? Eliaikk WtLuaat. "Oreen Bay, 7th October. 1824." liUfciaO CoK*e iOP< lewLrEIOtl ^tllllf, ) jhopo^,., ^ *'il ---fi tha L5la of *^?Tomr?er aext, tor tae ooc ru-xlo-i. ?vi.u>avi: livery cf an lroo staam r tor th--> Laic* Sarv?y l0 b- de>lverad at tr?it, or a* tny pori of Lake fcl*, by the SOth of fi*;i ?;aa?i"w sot to om imm ISO ?at loBjf, SO te*t b;ea4lh of hwka, exclusive of fix an*. fSi- p?dJU wliGela aad wueei bouses ; of no* C** than XJO tone borcL:^, and depth of bold about l<, teef ih<- deck and c^bin of aald boat to be trunk tab >u, xnd to b?3 divided a* Miow* : tw-vai4 of th uchinery. r?*ln ?nd mw nxca tar uu - u, t m^hinery. ^Uu and u>mc room for eAoara ?, Iso to Juive oookiLg r-OBL,stewar i ? rvoui, ^airy, rdtt?r ri f?t^, *nd ouKtomnr} oabin and kitaban fur dturefo: not i??s thau tw?aty bands - nd tlx offleern. 'line ut-; r or oa^lu roof, u> be sufflcioutly I'm for (.?.-ternary oaa. i'ii t cr v.-h?el h/>o<?a to be on tbe upper derk, iki<l to b* tappuwJ viJi customary convanienoea for iteerirg. '1L.-* ooet to N? a^noonar i ing?J, and to tw *uppU?l tfith requiait? s^ara, rails and ringing. To b^ prop viy painted: to b?iT- two adeijuitte anehare, with chain ?oi?i and all euatoeaary fiztorea if nftTirir hulai, ohaia oaol? o-:x ?i, vindUaa, lovert, be., &c. t-? proposer to ?aoitt?nib details and dimen >iou jf and Lj fuxnlsh a drawing and modal >i V.* b at. ? The i i .? t) be ?a;? p 11?*J with tiro good yewl boats no; '? w 20 fotst lun^ each, an i much boat to ist? :w r/cod oara, wit'i rudder and tiller. No sdvtaona to Le made on the ocntract, ??ii the ?V?r D-j itri.mou: to hev? authority, for reaaons, to the oontract void, and to adverse anew. The Kar Uopartmant res?rrea to Itself tbe rlgbt to accept uuy of tbe propoaals or to ra)eot tbe wb^ie and to advertise anew. The boat t? be a hie at oomtoou steam pteesure to maintain a speed of ten miles tbe hour, to be supplied with suitable ooal bunkera, of sicthng not lew ihan 100 tons of eoal Materials to be of the beet quality, put ? In e workmanlike manner, ???i all euatomary pre 3KUtion<> and hxiares for atrength, agalnat lire, to be ot eeiyeo. The boat to have not leas than 20 adequate water Buckets. lh? Eteem engine of fost ouality, to be of the low pre&iutv kiid, vritb tbe best reowat improvemeuta. Wneu tin- boat is reported ready, by tbe eontrao or. on** s i ;?ctor will be appointed br tbe War Do ,) rtiae;:f ? -ne. an ofB-er o? ih* Navy, to be choeen by the contractor. Theee two to telnet a third, and t? empioy not exoeed ng t?o proi'ewlonal steam boit m?*n. Also to employ the requisite firemen, laborers. 4<j., in order to make inspection tad trial. The boit alter inspection to be etpoet-d to a trial trip, of not If ss than 100 miles, in moderate weath er, on which trial tnp, said boat shall maintain as aversge ?.p?ed of not leM than ten miles the houi iur tea ooneecutivt- hours. The & rtiflcate of aaid inspectors, in reference u the oondition, strength oi materials and machinery workmanship, finUh, and performance of tbe boa*, to L>e rveivKl as xvidenoe that the contractor ha( fu elled h'? oumraot; also as evidence ?f expenen of in?i.ection and trial, one hair of tend expenaee tc !-? paid uy tko (Joked *t 'ttinr. and one half fcyr th? eantractor. JL J. CaJ.loiteT3p Sa x-p HI?i"iUitfc?WtSovl KOK SALE?Tbe ri<>op GMO. ITd&fl. ^^^ISGTUX, lyicff at 17 th ut VV Bbeieii gv>-y ? Allium ortier. ^eF?n tons freight. For term ei.quire ai the ddnw '^th aud K street*. ana 22?tf NEW STORE!?NEW S10RE ! GEORGE W1LLNER, Paper Hanger sad Upholsterer. 404 Ninth street, near K. RKTL'RMN? thanks tor the wry liberal patroi age already bestowed on one fran mj Mend &ud customers eiace my removal to the new st?n< 1 respectfully invite public attention to nr lar| and superior stock of Paper Hangings for flail sale embracing an elegant assortment ef real Pfrne Gold and other Parlor styles, all qualities, Lam scape Vl*w?, panel papers, lor balla, Jtc-, with small variety of low pi iced papers of derirabie ooio and patterns. Purcbesers will ftnd if to their advantage to gl" mn a oall. Paper put on In the beet manner and at abo notice. t pbolrlery OoOde. su<& Union and worst Dumast!*, Muhliu end Laee Oartaina, Qtlt Oorniei Lauds nad orneinents Qi't and lioeered <*had <?.!?? re?lv?i itom th- ftew - o*k uunaJkctun e<ja?a niu? a?ct iozi$ are beautitu's Feaibes Beds ai Hattretvg. Oilokths la^d and Carpets eut and WHn m i most ec nomioal and neatest Oft 14?lm