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V RIVING STAR.
BROTHER'S QUARBRLIWG.
A irorcl HV1IIIT tain.
DAVIS.
" Father, settle tfaedy!
He's making man's at me;
Be * ay* plague, plaguing,
And wlou let ma be!
And oyae be looks so aim pie-like
W hene'er he thinks he's mm,
But j ist as aoon's yon're oat of tight,
Me'? making mou'i agtli.
?? Father, settle Sandy!
He'* crying limv to me,
la's aye ttf, tigging,
And wanna lei me ;
But oh Me sly, he hand* his tongue
Wieue'er he kens ye're near,
ssys't again below his breath.
That um? bat he can hear.
_ ^ BANDY.
" Father, settle Davie!
Its htm that winna 'gt*e,
He's aye J er, jeering,
ALd lay? the olame on me;
I dauraa apeak, 1 dtarna lov*,
1 dauraa move a limb,
For, If I gl'ea wee bltUn<th,
He mts I laagh at him."
PATHEft.
?? Oh, learn to be oving and kindly agree,
At home ail as bsppy a- brothers should be.
Ere d stance may wart yon, or death may divide,
And leave yea to sign e'er n lonely flrtslde.
The sweat look of kindness, the peace-speaking
tongue,
So pleasant and lovely in old or la young,
Will win the aff?tl"n of all that yea see,
Aad make you still dearer to mother and me.
Bat. eh ! If divided by distance or death,
Bow tore Wwuld it grieve you till life's latwt
l.-eath,
That anger er discord should ever have beaa,
Or vught bat affection, two brothers between ?*?
ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS.
Wlllsr4?> llstrl-J. O 4 ? a. W1UABB.
P Kelly, NY B Morrl?on, Md
8* F Buell, Ind k Morrlso , jr, do
W L Shepperd, Va Mlsi Morrison, da
Vv W Wtra, tia Miss Turner, do
A J Hackley, NY K Alex*id->r, do
A a Jones, do W Page, Va
J A Our belt, 0 B Hows, NY
HSlbey.NY A D Mnlth ly, do
A Baker, Pa VV Flowera, ml a*
W P St. ry, Mich H V*ws, Pa
Mr Cllffleld, NY R Tyler, Pa
J Bbipmao, Vi J Tyler, do
A W White, d? P Hlreio?. Mass
J M CloYer, MY H*>n Vv Apnleton.d)
J B Baker, Pa B Hooper, do
Mr Ko.n. rizN Y n T .???ri*.*, Mich
J Manders, Va TM Wilson, 6a
J M Manders do J VV fiu ke, NY
*1 Seegers, do H Wye*, ff do
R A Parr ah, Pa J VV Smith, iv, dr, do
F Turniev, P tullhiB, Md
C McCImo, Pa G H Pleasants, do
C T Telton, Vjm VV Llvington, N Y
Mrs Russell, do '
Brawns' Hetel.?r. p. a K. BBOWI
VV Maotg?m?r/, NY C Cougsiln, U
Miss Montgomery H A Bums, Wis
li VV A>ao:d, P* VV A Cornwall, Cal
J Aealt, N Y DD Godfrey, Maw
J V Df vert on A S da-nek, NY
J Goodrich, Ala K VV Rus?eil, Ga
B !? C C Phillip*. Pa
Rfcllly.NY Dr B F bodies, Md
D F Mor.laon Dr R K Osborn,
A a Mc mooters, Va C C Adreon
O W Bjruril, n N Po*?y
B * Paine, O Cap* A rook*, Nd
W A Btok n, Pa v ur!?j, Ga
M Cioaer fun?. Cal He' S K Bubccck, Pa
'.15*"vNY Mo i a Pluauner,
C D Her.ckilae, c PersekLug
Klrkweed Uoase ? J a A I. KMEWCOD.
M J Porter, Va VV G Biggs, O
Dr Volger, do \V J McBuliaa, Va
W Bewail, NY 1. Tyie, do
J 6 red rick. Ala j u Grove, Md
P H -lag, Md E L Mathews, do
J T Etler, Mia VV Folk, Va
W Wheelt r A son, Pa Hon VV M Churchwell,
Dr Gale, La T?nn
Coi Reliy, Tex
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_____ and DaaLiR im rim
WIHE8, BRANDIES, GROCERIES, AHD
ITAS IN STOKE a\K5y CHOICE AS
in ?ort'?<lr,t 01 Champagne In quarts and pints,
^ Baa*y. O'her desirable
Hrand*, Brandy In cask and bottle*. Vintage
'"^"i Kum?u' kinds; Whuaeys l&fa
to lM5>s j Holland Gin of a lkl'idj*
CUret Wine* of all brands
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Sherry go do
Maderla do do
^ort do
werrr.aa do do
Rock do do
Italian do do
Hungarian do do
Sift* ^144 PorUa Ml brand*
Cordials 2?
Coffee, Bugar, Teas, Ac., Ao
r"l *?eiiue, opposite National
janC-ly JONAS P. LEVY.
Al^EAANUHlA AND WABIliNUYON
TH^,?1KAMER WKuRflE WASHINGTON
iJ.iT"
Laave AlexandrU 7K, 9,11.1 %, !WT
Jflllu B TO TMK PUBLIC.
DENNIS HAVING TAKEN THff
..JT*1.known Coach Factory, on ttthn JP^g
rVfTL. Louialana avenue and t^S^K
k "* ********* by Mr. Je/ n MYoangT
A?wrlo?inn^*'71J0 "snafcetuM and repair ali
ON?'Sf 0?,i?OAUBE8? B LTGGI h8, VV A G
*+ry reasonable erm?, la tbe
foapectfuliy ?bo'te?, notice He
atrial. his fellow tltiaens to give him
mar 6-7m
^THK SUBsc?J*pR*NU GOODS
1 vRea^p^RBRKSPECTFULLYIn
taMll and examine thev *!iS Publlc
aMortment of FORKlow^Li*.W and NiM
whldh they have the?lSSLM!^?A^q OOODS,
"tSSIiL tlT*PWUl ''ad'e ?*?.
qualities of ArmvPand^y^*"^ ?n l,*B* the beat
swerda, Saehes Gold 1^ Epaulettes,
They also Invite attention to tv.i? v
Domeetlc Fnrnlahlng Good* of tl/- v^T gn ***
factore and latest Myfe ' of th# ??anu.
M. F LOUDON A CO
Army an I Naw T*n?L
^b ?-dtf 38^, under
PROTECTION AND INDEMNITY fEQK
LOSS BT FIRE!
Fill, MARINE, AND INLAND INSURANCE.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL #1,SS0,<X>?
ri&Klil 4WD KSOEAWICS' IVSVB
AVC1 CO , Of MILAMLFHIA.
1, WneJungtsm Ctt*, D. c.
DiMcrross. .
ssj^aesT' sss'iiaa?,
Charlee A Rublcam, WwdR. Ilelmbold
O?orge Helmbold, F^^*r>oUBrcwwe1,
>?*? ?? "rsiiMAB B. FLORBNCB, President.
?DWARD R. HRLM BOLD. Secretary.
LOCAL. SURVEYOR?.
Chart** Waiter, No. 397 D street, opposite City
j?o. M. Tboratoa,corner First atreetaadVlTglalB
'Tumi Williams. Ne.R9 Poor-aad-a-hnl f ilmt.
Jobn Riffles, No. Ml Thirtseatk aueet, below
Pennsylvania aveaue. 4 -.
MARINB BUBVRYOR.
Cape J. P. Levy, No. 567 Peaasyivatfaaveaae,
apposite National Hotel.
01NERAL SUPERINTENDENT.
John Thomuon.
Authorised Carxtal anA 3.04T OT.
ASSETS.... S*iW,067 07.
lavetted w Bonds, Mortgages, and Good S?cu ities.
The business of thle Compear will compare fa
votably with the most auceeesffcj of similar 1 nota
tions in the United State*.
Prom the 1st day of August, 1855, in Are months,
ap to 1st January, I860, the premium* received
amounted to the large sum or one hundred aad eight
thousand, one hundred aad fifty-one dollars, with
only forty-six hundred aad iiiqr-di dollar* losses
iCMftfld*
With these evidences of success aad food man
agement, the directors foe I justified in soliciting a
share of public patronage, believing that the sucu
3 offered is ample, and that all fair claims will be
?ted more according to equity than legal techni
calities.
The company is prepared to Issae policies against
ms 0T damage ay fire on DWELLINGS, FURNI
TUBS, MILLS, MANUFACTORIES. WARE
aOU8BS, all descriptions of BUILDINGS, and
teir contents, or all kinds of MBRCHANDISE,
transported by VESSELS. STEAMBOATS, CA
NAL BOATS, RAILROADS, and the usual con
?evinces to or from any portion of EUROPR and
AMRRICA, and on the hulls of STEAMBOATS
navigating the western waters.
The rates of premium will be as low as other
companies, and in fixing them every improvement
in construction and arrangement will be taken into
oonsideration.
All losses speedily adjusted and promptly paid
Office northwest c? rner Pennsylvania avenue aad
Seventeenth street, Washington city, D. C.
Insurance may aUs As effected at tie Horns Office,
Northwest comer Walnut and Second Streets, Phila
delphia, and in other principal cities of the United
States by authorised officers of the company,
mar 14-ir
Home Insurance Company of New York,
OFFICE NO. 4 WALL STREET.
(Jush (JApt tdl??????????????????? $ .>00,000 00
Amount nf Assets \st Jan., 1857. .872,823 31
Amount of Liabilities 42,460 V6
rpHIS COMPANY CONTINUES TO IN
X sure Buildings, Merchandise. Ships In Port,
and their Cargoes, Household Furniture and Per
sonal Property generally, against Loss or Dam
age by Plre, on ftvorabie terms
Losses equitably adjusted and promp.ly paid.
D:aacToas1
Charles J Martin; A K Wtl.martb; William G
Lambert, firm of A A A Lawrence A Co ; Geo C
Collins, firm of Sterman tt Collln?; Danford N
Barney, firm of Wells, Farso & Co; Luoius
Hopkins, President importers' A Traders' Bank;
Tho?nas Messenger, linn of T AH Messenger;
W 1111 am H Mellen. firm of Claflln, Mellen A Co.:
Charles B Hatrh, firm of C B Hatch ft Co ; B
Watson Bull, firm of Haskell. Merrick A Mull: L
AUerbury, Jr , firm of L Aterbury, jr , A Co.; Lu
clen D Co man, firm of Coinan, Lothrop A. Co ;
Homer Morgan; Levi P Stone, firm of Stone,
Htarr A Co ; James Humphrey, firm of Barney,
Humphrey A Butler, beorge Pe*rce, firm of Geo
Pearce A Co ; Ward A Work, firm of Ward A
Work A Son; James Low, firm of James I ow A
Co ; Isaac H Frothlngham, firm of I H Frothing
ham A Co ; Charles A Bulkley, firm of Buikley
k. Co; Cephas H Norton, firm of Norton, Jewett,
A Buiby, George D Morgan, firm of E 0 Morgan
A Co ; Theodore McNamee. firm of Bowen, 8c
Namee A Co.; Hlchard Bigelow. firm of Doan,
King A Co ; Oliver E Wiod. fi m of Wlllard,
Wood A Co ; Amos K Kno, firm of Eno, Mob
erts A Co ; Alfr< d S Borne*, firm of A S Barnes
A Co; George Bllaa, of the firm of George
Bliss A Co ; Roe Lockwood, of the firm <f K
Lockwood A Son; John G Nelson, firm of Nelson
A Co ; Lyman Cooke, firm of Cooke, liowd &
Baker; Levi P Morto-;, firm of Morton A Grin
nell; Curtis Noble, firm of Condit A Noble; John
H Huteblnson, firm of J C Howe A Co ; Stephen
Paul, firm of Stephen Paul A Co ; Chas P Bald
win, firm of Baldwin, Starr Ac Co ; H GllbeitKly,
firm of Ely, Bowen A McConneli; Amos T
Dwlght, firm of Trowbridge, Dwight A Co ;
Henry A Hurlbut, firm of Swift, Hurl but A Co ;
Jesse Hoyt, firm of Jesse Hoyt A Co : W m rstur
fiss. Jr ; firm <*f Sturgls, Shaw A Co, John K
ord firm of Ford Rubber Co ; Sidney Mason,
firm of Ma/on A Thompson; G?orge T Stsdmaa,
firm of Sttdman* Maynard A Co
CHARLfcS J MARTIN. Pres't.
A. F. WILIaAiAKTH, Vice Pres.
J. MILTON SMITH, Secretary
frr App'icatlon* received and policies Insured
by THOMAS C W H EELKK, Agent,
No 315 Pa. avenue, betw. 6th and 7th sis
roarO-im
BANKING HOUSE
CHUBB BROTHERS.
Deposits -deposits received and
Checks paid without cnarge. Draft* on the
northern seaboard cities received on Deposit at
par, and Exchange on said Cities furnished to de
positors without charge
Ibtbbbst on Diposits ?Interest will be al
lowed on Deposits at such rates as may be agreed
upon.
Dbposits ii? Vibsinia and Ubcubbbnt Mo
ist?Deposits in Virginia and other Uncurrent
Money received to be ehecked for, payable in
same funds, or In specie, we charging tne tegu
lar Exchange.
Discounts ?Notes, Drafts, and Bills of Ex
change will be discounted, and Loans made on
Stocks, Bonds, and Securities, at the market
rate.
Lbttbbs of Caaait ?Letters of Credit will
be fuxniahed, negotiable in the different Cities of
the United States, on Deposit of Money or Collat
erals, and Interest allowed if Money Is deposited,
and charged if Collaterals, on such terms as may
be agreed upon.
Tbavblino Bills or Exchanob ?Travelers
will be furnished with dratts in such sum* as
may be desired negotiable in the different cities
of tne Union.
Billb asd Lbttbrbov Crbditon Enoland.
I XXL & s d and Kcsopb ?Bills of Exchange and
Letters of Credit on England, Ireland and En
rope, furnished at the market rate for Exchange,
la sums to suit.
Bomds, Stocks, Ac.?Bonds, Stocks, and Se
curities paying from fl to IS f cent, always for
sale, or bought in the different Cities at a com
mission of a M V cent. Where Stocks are bought
upon orders, we reserve the rlgbt to call for a de
posit of 10 <p* cent on the cost. Bonds or Stocks
will be ordered by telegraph.
Kailxoad, Citt, a d Statb Bonds ?Rail
road. City, and State Bonds can be placed In our
handa for negotiation either in this country or
Europe. Railroad Iron purchased for cash or
with Bonds.
Land Wabbants ?Land Warrants bought at
the market rates All Warrants told by us are
guaranteed in every respect
Land Warrants located on commission.
Land Warrant quotations regularly furnlahed
If requested.
Wsrrants will be forwarded to Western Houses
on orders, or sent for sale on commission to re
sponsible parties.
Rbal Estatb ahd iNSDBANCBa.?Real Estate
bought and aold, and Insurances effected.
CLAlMa ON TUB UNITBD STATXa, CoCXT OW
Claimb, C o n e a b a a?Claims on the United
States, before the Court of Claims or Congress.
Intrusted to ua, will be prosecuted by able and
prompt attorneys.
CHUBB BROTHERS,
Jan 37 Opposite the Treasury.
GIBBS'S HAIK MANUFACTORY,
Ptnm avenue, bctipten 9tk and 10:A streets.
WIGS, HALF WIGS. BRAIDS, CURLS,
Bandeaus, Frixxed Rollers, Ac., always on
hand, and made to order at a few hours notiee.
Ladies' Hair Dyed, S harm ooned, Ac .in the "?out
complete manner AU sorts of Toilet Artlelea
from the beat French and English hou?es.
No 30b Pa. avenue, up stairs, over Davis' Music
Store.
N. B ?Hair work repaired or taken in ex
change. feb 11-3 m
ARMY'S CONFECTIONERY,
No 84 Uridgt Street, Georgetown, D. C.?
WHERE ALL KINDS OF ENTERTAIN
ments are furnished with the best lee
Creams, Cskes, Wster Ices, Conflict. Ac , at the
shortest notice, and on the most moderate terms.
Medal awarded at the last exhibition of Metro
potltan Mechanics' Institute.
tan S1-tf (Union* Intel 1
CHILDREN'S FOUR-WHEEL CAR
rlages, Fancy Gigs, Empire Cabs, and many
other beautiful styles just received at the great
Variety and Fancy Store, between 8tb and feh
streets. H. J. McLAUUHLlN A CO.
sm ivmtKt-iuT/M,
_ *>EP AETMEW r,
tr PlomioM ?ir* Clot* i.
OEP4RATE PiOPOBALR^JJSii1!',^
O ? <*?*?*?* for Navy lunaES." lit?
cfei VHd will be n.
iwrnd i thU Bureau until 9 o'clock a. m. on Mob
drt!v?Z,?ii*M "li**"' ??*'? *" rtumuhxoc ud
nt t. (?? Ih r ay*J notice, ?zt?pt for
Biscuit, H* which five day*' untiee shall be siren
irl.Tm.1*"*'/ thousand pound* rrqu'red) at the
L ?** *? *u?y Yards at Chariewown, toas?a
chusetu; Brooklyn, New Tort; end Bmputi. Vir
gma, such quantities oklt of the following ankle*
as nay be r? quired cr ordered mm the contractor
by tb? Chief 01 thie Bureau, or by the rernetiive
c? tn ma id lug offlceis of tbe aaid Ns vy Yard*, duriaa
? jr?-ar ?tiding June to, U38, via:
Bwrui-, Flour, Bice, Dried Appier, I'lehlca, 9u
Whirty*' ^ Beams, Molaae**, Vinegar, and
The if is uit aha'l be made wholly frcm aweet au
perfine flour, of toe manufacture tf the year 1866
or 1657, but kball in all caje* be manufactured from
nour mtJe of the crop immediately preceding the
datee oi tbe requisitions Tur the nam-; an J ahaii be
fuiy iqual in cua'ity, a id conioim in aii-> and
ahape. to tbe sampb a which are deposited in the
?a.d Navy Vards; aboil bj property baited, thor
ough y kiln dr**d, well nar ked, and delivered free of
Oarge to the United S ales;in good, aound, well
dried, bright fljur barrels, as above described, with
the hrai* w. II secured; or ia air and vav -tight
?hi ky or apiiit barrels, at tbe option of ih? bun au
Th? Flour stall bj supsifige, aud of the n a-uTac
tore of wheat gr ?w-i in lb* y.tr 1856 or 1857; but
?ha'l in a'l cases be m inufacturrd fom wtsuof
the c i p .inm^diauly preceding the dates of tha le
quisi.iou for the mm* ; shall be p? rfit *tiy swe*"
notl in all respects > i ibe be-1 quali y, an 1 sua I be
delivered in good shipping order, free ?.| all *|.arge
to tbe United H.atea. iu tbe be*t n? w, Well sea?ni.?
aound, b ight barrels or iia'r barrels, an tbe ta e may
be?U?e staves and bea ling, to be of red ?ak oi th'
be;t quality, siroug and well bopped, wi h l.ning
hoops arennu ea^h bea*1, aid equal in quilrtv to
?em le barrel at said nary ya-da; two La fb tries
to be conaide.ed as a ba le', aud not n.ore tbai one
sixth the r? quirev quantity to be in 1 a f bam Is.
The Mice shall b? of the v *ry beji quality, and of
the crop immedia e y preceding tbe dates ot uie re
quisitions for the >a ue
The Oried Apples shall b* of the b ?at quality, and
st-a'l b- prerare i by sun-diyimg only, aud si a I be
r f the cr?p of th- autumn im;, edtai ly preceding
the dates of the requ.tition* for the same.
The Pickb s shall be pat up in iron bound (aiks,
and each ca k shsll cmta.n one gallon of onions, one
gal on of peppers, and eight giliunH of ni-dium iu
eumb;m, ffty to Ue g tlion, and the v eg* tub ei in
eacu-haM wr gh ti ty-seven pounds, a d they or.ly
be | aid for ; and ea:bea<k tb-i I Una b ? hi ej with
wbtte wine v.ne*a ofai I a?42 degrees< f siren<*b,
ai.d ?qusl to Fr neb vi t? ga^; tne rasks, wrfei bles
and v.uegar shall (Mntorm a id be tquil in all rs^
? pects, to the samplesd ?i o^ited ai the b bare-nsmed
navy y?rds, and tne ronir?<Mors sl.a l warrant and
qririp-tMiv i>a they will keep good aud feounl for at
leaattwo yearn.
i be liou iiv< psonthe b ire's o ntaining Whiskey,
M.?la?e?, Vii.egar, a d |'i kle^ iw be laimej
witb ied Ira I.
Tbe Sugsr shall be a wording ti samples at ibe
said na- y ..ardt; a.id bj dry and fi- tor (.aokinr.
Ih^T. a klialbf < f aixto qua iiy v?ua^ly?on,
equa. t? ibe tainp-e* a ,ad navy jarJ,, aud be d?
liver<*?i in ha I a id qua-.er cl e?c? on j.
Tbe C tTer aita<i ue eq al to ihe b.*st Cuba, ac
ct rdinj to ?inple
Ti.#* II auskuall be r.f the v?ry be*t qual ly nhite
be.tn- an i ?-iiall toe o! the r^rop lunnedi-le.y p?ecw me
tlie dates of tbe requisition lt.r the aaaie, b4 pound*
t<> be la^e > a-> uns bu?l el.
Ttie Molasses almli bj fully equal to the very b: at
qna i y of N?*w Oil. a.ia Mo:a^es, and shall oe ao
i.ver- a in well-fea oued red omk banelt. with aluie
pine I ead- no? l-s> tl.an 1,^ inch thick ; the stare*
not lest tban \'-ii cb thick i the birn I* to be three
quarters to p?u,a. d, in sddition, to Imte four iron
h'i p?,one on ea?l. bilge, 1% inch in width ami
1-18 h inch thick, ani ? ne on ra h cbiae lu mih
in wil hand 1 ICtb in h thick, tnd Hhsii t,? thro
cughiy c>opered and placed in tbe bist ?iiio|.ins
oondnon. *
Tue Vine ar aba I be of th? first qoa!ity, equal to
the aiamiard ?f tbe Unit d Sates Fn?, hi io.>pcia
and snail contain no other tnan t-c tc i em ; a.iJ
shall U.t delivered ia barrels similar in ail re-p^ci* to
tbo^e rtquirt d fur mo ai ei, witn Ibe exception tl nt
w^its oak staves a-id litataUiall be aubeiitutwi for
red ? ak staves and wbue pire he?ua, and shall be
thoroughly cooper d and p aced in tbe bi?t shipume
order. B
i Tne Whisk# yrka'l b* made whnl y fr< m s a'n
sound a>id mei< ba.nab:e. auu b j full fir,t-pruor ac'
cordiiiK to tne United tiiates custom bou?* standa.d
and sLail be rectified. It t-hsll b^ueiivered i i tuoi:'
n?*, sound, bright, three quartets hooded, wel
seaMUied, while t-a k barrels, wub white oat beaos
the btadi to be male of tbie -jie.:e he. dn it, a d
well pa.uie l; ibe ?iavcs not t > be less than fc inch
th ck a <d the b ads not I ss tl ai ^-inch thi.a; a d
ea h ba re t-1 ail b j co tptrcd, hi addition, wnn one
tli.ee ^iifay lio.| n ?? p <<n encb b.lge |?^ incn in
width, a'ni 1 16ih incn th ck, a id ote thiee penny
hoop on eai h< hu.e, IX iuch m width, md l-ltlji
i.ich think, aw per diagia u Tho wt.ole t ? be nut in
g ?oj shipping o der, free of a i charge to Jie Unit* d
'dates.
All tbe fuegoin* dwrib'd articles, embracing
casss, ba-rels, bait birrels anu bj* s, sl.all b! ?ub
jnettotu b in.pe.tion ss the chief of ma bureau
may direct, tbe t r|>ectikg officer to be ap|?oi..teU t?*
tne N*vt i e i?r;iii nt. Ail iu?i>eeiioDs to t>? at tbe
place r f de iveiy Kisci it n.ay. how?ver. bo in
sie-cie-i a tb- nace ot manu ac>u e bui will in all
(l*' "Uhject t > a final ln?pec.i ;n a. tlie pla-.-e nl
den v. ry bef.ire lulls a.e signe i liitref.r.
Tne prices of all the foreg.uuK articlra lobe :Le
wme ttinuiliout i^e y,a:> and bidder, may ofler for
one or in r arii lea.
All lilt ea>ky, b a re la, and half l? rels, boxsi, or
pa?.k.ges, shall t?? ina k- d wnli lb-ir c ritenis and
tbe collimator's i au.e A I the barrel, a id ha f tar
rol<o( flour, bread a>id picklt-s shall b.Ve. in ad i
tion 'o tlie sb >ve, ibe yuar when manufactured or
put up, u.arKad upon Turn
Th? ampie, rtfe ied tun Una iuv.>rtis(m nt a e
thoae seiactrd t^r tbe ? n.uing fl*cal y. ar, and hart
*? 'rs/stsnes Is sl.cK us hxvt Mis previously , z
ri\b\t$cL.
Tuji quantity -t :h tbece articles whieh w;:i be re
quired car.m.t be pr? cise'y .uted lliey will nrub
ablybj about? ^
o .. To b* offend for
?,ucu,t 1,8*13,000 lb per 100 I lis
*,"U' . bbl
Kice.......... .?... a.0 000 lbs per lb
Dri??d Apples J5j 0 Olbs per lb
150 0-u.b- ?,lb
21 000 lb, er lb*
ifl.tOdlbs per lb
26,00J Its per lb
J***"-" 7,0 0 bush.... per bush
Motasses 20 CkW gain.... perKai
^ uiegar 2il^iOtals ,er?al
Waukey 50,000 gal?.... jergai
Tbe quantitier ol any or all may be increaaed or
d minisued as the serv.oe nay bertaftarn quire. I be
coutiacis wil tlure ore !>?? u adr, not lor s| te flq
q Jtuir.es, but for such q lantiues a4 thea> i vice uu y
requ.rs i? ue deliversi a. ttose u.v/ yards respe.
Contractors not raiding at the places where de
liveries are required raustesub.ub agencies at such
places, thai no d*lay may arise in iurni hiug what
may bi required; and when a coutrastor tails
pn.mpt'y to comply with a requisition, tlie Cbiel ol
tne Hureau of frcvuioio aud Clothing sbail be au
tbonzed to direct purchases to be m*ds to suio ly
tlie uefir.'en.-y, undur ths pen?lty to be expres^d iu
the coLtract; the rtcoru of a requidt oh, or a dupli*
rata^c; py thereof, at tbe Bur au ol Froyuious and
Clothing, or at either of ths Navy Yards aforenaid,
shail be evidence that auch requisition baa b%: n
made and received.
beparare clT<jrs must b; male for each article at
each of ths atoresaid Navy Vardr; aud in ca s moie
tnan one article is contained in the offer, the Cbiet
or the Bureau will have the r^hi to accept ooe ..r
in .re of ths articles contained in such offer, and r -
J?ct tbe remaiudtr; and bicders whose t ropo^als are
accepted (and n n? others) will be foribwiiii noiifl -d,
and us tarly ai practicabu a con tat will be Iran*
?i"ted to Uit in lor execution, whijh contract must
be rvturuel to tha llsri au within ten dsys, exclu
Bivn of the t tu? required lor the regular tran miation
of tlie mul.
Two or msrj ai- roved aurales in a sum oqoal to
the estimated hmoant of tlie respective c? n>facts
will be required, and twenty per c.ntuin in audit on
wul be wubheld tro;u the amount o; all pavrnei tsnn
account tbereol a-i collate.al security, in add.ti >u.
to secure i s peifonnanc.*, and not in any event to
be paid uubl it is in ail respects complied with
eighty pe' centum ol the aooouui of all < eliverie.i
n ad^ will be (aid by tbe navy agent within thirty
days alter bills, duly authenU^ted, shail have been
pre-euted to b m
Bla k fo uis of propotals may be ob ained on a>
pjit a'ion to the navy agents at Port. uioutk-. N?w
II inpsbire; B iston. New Y??m, Philadelphia, Ba -
ti^ti.re. Wasbiii^ion, Noifolk, Feosacoli, aid
tilsbu-esu. '
A re ord, or duplicate of (he letter inf iming a
lidder cl i he acceptance of ha pruposal, will be
deemed a n tifl^auon thereof within theiueaniu* of
tbe act of 1846, and bia bid will bi m de and ac
cepn:d in conlorrulty with this undur-tandinir.
Every offer ma le must be accompanied (as 4i
s^ted in hei act of Congres* making appr priati >n?
for ibe uav | seiv.ee for 1846 "47, approved 10 h
August, If46,) by a written guarantee. ?igS,d by
one or aa rercsrM.nsibte p<r,oui. to th? effect tl at he
or they undertake that the bidder or bi iders wul f
.w,r l/,r a 'cel,ted> e?t*-r into an obligni'on
within fv-aays with ,<><*1 aid sufficient .uielies
tifu msb he supplie i proposed The burea i will
not be ob igued to consider any pr. po al Uuless ac.
TOm|a i d by ti e g a antee i?qulr?d hvlaw; i|,e
eomp- teney of the Kuarantee to be ctnifi?d by the
cu torn/6"'' <Jl"t"Ct *lu,rn,"y? u' collector of the
TK, attention of bidders it called to the iamo'em
aud flcs<*iptwn of arti lee required, as,in Uu infnec
tion for reception, ?j.nt but rigid comparison u ill U
made let mem the ar ictes njjtrel awl iKe sample and
contra t, receiving none that fa I below tie * ? a,ui
their utt ntion is i/?s particularly direct:d tj the ioint
7:?ri&ltk M-r"> ib5i>and ^ ^ofTti
uar 1?-Iaw4wj
RIOH OiKKOE flOBBfl?JUST Received
i??h SJdmSKSIST' *"
I!i&jiu *w F*ANK A. McetE.
ll+dtein?.
rvt, DUPKiri Rinioill are the oaly
1) effbetual ear*fbr External or Internal Fllf,
JJtrlSaW, RUg-Wonn, *?. They are aarlval
WIM_ ..
SOeeau per toex. irtM#W WMW wmw, n?w
York . ?.w-l
PRIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE
O* TBI
PHYSIOLOGICAL ViLW OF MARRIAGE
0. |. LA CROIX, M. D., iUMT. N* T.
tu Mm and 130 flue Piaia aad Colored Lithograph*
and Plate*.
JSrPRICB ONLY 25 CENTS-?*
MSTSmt jrt* o/fOtUg* to ail part* of the Union
J\R. M B LA CROIX'S PHYSIOLOGICAL
; VIEW OP MARRIAGE.
new and revised edition of
B50 pages and 1?0 platen Price
S3 ceau a copy, A popular
and compreheusiv* u*aii?e
on the. duties and casualue* of
single and married life hap
py and fruitful alliances,mode
oi securing them?infelici'oo* >
and Infer.lie oo<?-their oh
viatiofi and remoul?neiv
oum debility, iu causes aud'
cure, by a process at ouce ?o
simple, safe, and effectual.
that tatlure ia impossible?rulee for daily manage
ment?an e*ay u i Speimaiorrboea, with practical
observations on a rater and mora succeasftil mode i?f
treatment?pr* cautionary hints on the evil reaalta
from empirical practice; to which is aJded oom
mentariaa oa the distases ??T females?from infancy
to old age?each ca*e graphically illustrated by
beautifbl plates It p>>iuU out the remedies fvr
thoae self- inflicted mi eries and disappointed hopes
so aiifortunately prevalent ia the yoaaf. itiaa
tra hlul artvliter to the married and those eoltfW
plating marriage. Iu perusal is particularly rerom
mended to persona entertaining secret doibu of
their physical condi" i-ir, and who are consci us of
having hazarc- d the h^aJih^apptnaaaand privileges
to which every i.uman bung ia entitled to.
Price 25 cents per copy, or five copies for$l.
m tiled tree ni postage to any part of the llaued
Hiates, by addressing I Jr. LA '"HOIX, (postpaid,)
Albany, New York, endowing 25 oenta.
N. M?Those who prefer may consult Or. LA
CROIX npon any of the disease* upon which hie
book tieats, either person*lly or by miil. His med
ioia's often cure in the *h<nt space of six days, and
completely ami entirely -ta Hcate all traces of thoae
disorders which copa va and cbb?b* have so l?ng
b en thought an nntulote. to the ruin ot the health
of the p itient. His "French Secret" ia the treat
continental remedy for that r lain of diaordt rs which
unfortunately, piiy-i?-ians tr< at with mer>ury,to the
Irretrievahie tie'tructioa of the patient's constitution,
and which all the sarsaparilla In the world cannot
cure.
QB- Office No. 31 Maiden Lane, Albany,JN. Y.
kd 14 dfcwlyt
PERUVIAN8 SYRUP,
Having fuccwfully parsed theordral to wLlch
new dltcoverle? In the Materia Medlca are
huljected, must now be received as an
established medicine
ITS EFFICACY, IN CUK1NS
D YSPEPSIA,
Affections of the Liver. Drops y, Neuralgia,
Bronchitis and Consumptive Tendencies,
Disordered state of the Blood, Both, Gen
eral Debility, and all Diseases which re
quire a Tonic and Alterative medtitne is
beyond question.
The proofs of it* eflcary are so numerous, so
well authenticated, and of such peculiar charac
ter. that sufftrers cannot reasonably hesitate to re
ceive the proffered aid.
The Peruvian Syrup does net profess to be a
curt-ail, bat its range is extensive, because many
diseases, mppmrtmIf unlike, are intimately re
lated. and, proceeding from oae cause, may he
cured by one remedy.
The class of diseases for which the Synrp pro
vides a cure, is precisely that which has so often
bafiled the highest order of medical skill. The
facta are tangible, the witnesres accessible, and
the safety and eflcacy of the Sytup Incontrovert
ible.
Tfcose who mav wish for an opinion from die
Interested prrsonH ret pectin? the character of the
Syrup, cannot fall to be*ati?fled with the follow
ing anion? numerous tertlmcnlals, In tie hands
of the Agents The trtgi.alu'ea arc thoae of gen
tlem' n well known In the commuiilty, and of the
hlgueat respectability
CARD.
The undersigned havtLg experienced the bene
ficial cff^cta of the ''Peruvian Syrup," do not
hesitate to recommend it to the attention of the
publ'c
From our own experience, as well as from the
testimony of others, whose lnte'llgence and in
tegrity are altogether unquestionable, we have no
doubt of its eflcaoy In cases of Incipient Disease*
of the Lungs and Bronchial Passages,Dytpepela.
Liver Complaint, Dropey. Neu'algla Ac. Indeed
Its effects woutd be incredible, but from the high
character of thote who have witnessed them, and
have volnn-eered th^lr testimony, as we do ours,
to iu restorative power
JOHN PIER PONT,
THOMAS A DEXTER,
S. H KENDALL, M D.
SAMUEL MAV.
THOMAS C. AMORY.
For sale by Z D OILMAN, Special Agent.
360 Pennsylvania avenue, and at the General
Agency, corner of L an < streeu, Navy Yard,
feb tt
PILES ?PILES?PILES.
WE CALL ATTENTION TO ALL WHO
are afflicted with this dreadful complaint to
the following sworn certificate from one of our
most respectable citizens, the father-in-law of the
proprietor of the "Courier des Etas Unla," and
formerly gunmaker in Philadelphia:
Naw Yob*, Aug. 284h. 18M.
Da Derail?Dear Sir1 hereby certify that I
have been affllc ed with the Piles for nearly sixty
fsar*. that 1 have used eighteen bottles of Barnes'
lie Lotion, and everything else I could here of,
bat all to no effect, for they did me little or no
good. About two month* since, I commenced
using your remedies for the Piles, a*d have the
happiness to say that they have had the desired
effect, having cured me I considei this almost a
miracle, for I am eighty years of age. 1 slnoere
ly ruoommend them to all afflicted with the above
oomplalnt. P. V ALLEE, 73 Franklin at
Bute of New York, >
New York City and County, t
I. Joseph C. Lawrence, do hereby certify that
Oh the day of the date hereof, before me personal
ly came P. Vallee, to me well known, who, be
ing by me duly sworn, did depose and aay that
the eontenU of the foregoing certificate signed by
him are true.
In wltnee* whereof I have subscribed ay
name, a* Commissioner of Deeds and aa a Notary
Public of the State of New York, and have af
fixed my Notarial Seal at my offlce,ln New York,
thla 20th day of August. 1858
JOSEPH C. LAWRENCE.
Commissioner of Deeds and Notary Public of tne
State of New York, <17 Wall street, New York.
We challenge the Medical Faculty of the Uni
ted States to produce a certificate equal to the
above. Dr. Duprle'a Remedies are tne only ef
fectual cure for external and Internal Pile*. Only
SO cenU per box
Ofitoe?76 Nassau street, New York. Will be
aentby mall to any part of the United States.
Foraale by FORD & BRO., corner of 11th
street and Pa. ave, Washington* D. C. oc S3
W. B. MITIEROTT,
(Bvccvsbok to Giokob Hilbvs,)
Affeat of Rktii Jc Haeon's and Willi
Miller**
HCMLSBRATED PIANOS,
AS ALWAYS ON HAND THE LARGEST
?tockof PIANOS from S17S up to S1.00S.
MELODEONS from S45 to W), '
GUITARS. VIOLINS. BRASS INSTRU
MENTS, FLUTES. BANJOES, ACCORD.
EONS, and SHEET MUSIC, ehaapar than la
any konee eon* of Now York. 1
Music published and veoelved every day.
Piano* for root. aov 4-tr
IBTIBBST AILOWBD 0* DXPOIITZf.
HONE Yta LOAN am STOCK SECURITIES.
(mi m. minis.
Opposito tkt ftiiwrj,
THK IOMI OP
OHUBB B BOTH! II. Wa*hf*fftm?,
la ooaftMi at
CHAS. BtJ CHUBB,
JOHN D. BARROW,
HENRY HOLMES.
THE HOUSE OF
CHUBB BBOTHBR, BAEBOW ft 00 ,
OiTiarifti, l#wt.
IsocmpoceJof CHAS StJ CHUBB,
ALRX'R H. BARROW,
Jan*7-tf WM. H. POBOAL.
HEW AND BEAUTIFUL STYLE.
laaafactared treat Slat* ?t??> bv U?
Whi GutMn llklt Ciayufi fit
ffUIESB MANTELS ARK EN AMELLKD IN
A imitation of the richest ud mo?t expensive
EGYPTIAN. LISBON, VERD ANTIQUE,
PORPHYRY, PVRRNEES, BROCATELLA,
AGATE, SPANISH SALWAY.ind other rare
aad desirable MARBLES. Tbe imitations are
so perfect that they chalaagethe closest *crutlsy
They are so highly polished that they retain their
beauty much longer than marhle j are not injured
by smoke, cosl gas, or acids, and can be sold
much cheeper than any others la market. Price
Wf leg from B1S5 to BIS
Architects, Builders and others are Invited te
call and examine samples at No sis Seventh
street, 3 doors below odd Fellows' Hall, op
stairs. V. M HANSON,
se li-ly Agent
Rectifying Establishment.
Th e undersigned takes this
method of li-formlng liquor deaters that he
has itted up a RKCTtFlf IN6 ESTABLISH
MENT In this city, sod la now prepared te sup
ply all those who may fhver him with their cus
tom. Hehaaoa hand a large stoca of B.andtes,
?In, Wines, and Old Whlskeya, which be can
-ell at as low a figure as they can be purchased
for either In Baltimore or Philadelphia
N B. The subecriber has also on hand, a large
lot of Foreign and Domestic Cigars
PETER FEOAN.
No. 86 Louisiana avenue, near loth at.
)u 144m*
TO ALL THA T VALUh TtihlK SlUH'I
WISHES TO CALL THK ATTENTION
to all that suffer with defective sight,
caused by age. alcknees, and particularly from
? lasses Injudiciously selected, to his superior
PECTACLES and GLASSES carefully ground
by himself to a true spherical accuracy, and bril
liant transparency, suited precisely and benefi
cially to the wearer according to the concavity of
convexity of the eye. Very numerous a e the 111
effects eaused to tne precious organ of sight from
the commencement of using gl&M*s In not being
precisely suited, by the use of ?n ORitnuur, aad
the praotlce of many years enables him to treas
are the focal disease of the eves, and such glass
es that are absol&tely required will be furaished
with precision and satisfaction
JOHN TOBIAS acknowledges the very libe
ral encouragement already obtained. aad further
solicits the patronage of those that a?ec sot yet
availed themselves of his aid
Persons that cannot conveniently call, by send
ing the glasses in use, and state bow many Inch
es they can read this print with their spectacles,
can be supplied with such as will Improve their
?l?ht.
Innumerable testimonials tc be seen; aad ref
erences given to many who have derived the
greatest ease and comfort from his glasses.
Circulars to be had gratis, at his oflce, Nc.
?lit SEVENTH STREET, Urn deeri firm
Odd Ftll*w?' Hall, ap stains.
NomvoLt, September 7, IsS*.
Sir?The Spectacles you made for mo suit very
well, and seem to have improved my sight mors
than any other 1 have lately tried.
L1TT. W. TAZEYV KLE
I have tried a pair of Spectacles obtained from
Mr. Tobias, and find them of great assistance to
my sight, and corresponding with his description
of the focus. 1 recommend him as a skillful op
tician. HENRY A. WISE.
Having been Induced by a friend to vlsltthe es
tablishment of Mr. Tobias for the purpose of try
ing his glasses, 1 was furnished by aim with a
pair alightly colored bine, which Lave afforded
me more relief and gratification than any 1 have
ever tried. My sight, originally very good, was
Injured by writing and reading at night, fre
quently to a very late hour; but with the aid of
Uiesc glasses 1 can study almost as late as ever,
aad that too without the pain 1 have previously
suffered. JOHN WILSON,
m Late Conualssloaer Sen'l Land OSaa.
Dec. II,1865.
I have used Mr. Tobias's Spectacles far three
cr four months, aad take great pleasure la say
ing that 1 am much pleased wita them. 1 have
been much benefitted by them.
MaySth,lSSS SEUR. P.SOAKBBRBR
I was recommended to Mr. John Tcblaa as ?
skillful optician: aad as 1 have eyes of remark
able peculiarity, 1 was gratified to find that Mr
Tobias seemed to comprehend them by Ins pec
tloa and some slight measurement, and he has
made me a pair of Spectacles that suits me ad
mirably. A. P. BBVkER
July 11,1SSS.
WiLMiasTon, N. C., Jan. 27, ISM
Mr. J Toius: Dear Sir?I am happy to say
that the Spectacles which I obtained from you last
week are entirely satisfactory. From an lnequal
Ity In the visual range of my eyes, I have hereto
found great difficulty la getting glasses of the
proper Focal distance it affords me pleasure tc
state that, by the aid of your optometer, this dUt
enlty has been happily obviated so that the glasses
you furnished me are decidedly the best adapted
to my eyes of any 1 have ever yet used
Very respectfully, yours, R. B DRANK,
Rector of St James' Pariah
Difaktmht of IiriiMK, May 7,18S6
From natural defects and the unequal range of
my eyes, I have been compelled to use glasses for
several years. I have tried different opticians
without obtaining glasses perfectly fitted to my
eyes. Four months slnee Mr. Tobias made two
pairs especially for me, whleb I have found te
serve me perfectly. By the use of his optometer
he Is enabled to adapt Glaases minutely to the ey*.
I most cheerfully recommend Mr. Tobias to all
having occasion to use glasses and bear my testi
mony as to his skill as an optician.
HENRY E. BALDWIN,
Assist. Sec'y to sign Land Warrants
P. B.?OPERA GLASSES of great variety,
TELESCOPES * MICROSCOPES, WATCH
MAKER GLASSES, and many other articles la
this line at very low prices constantly on haad.
Man. SOUTH WORTH'S NEW BOOK.
Vlvla,or the Secret of Power, by Mrs. D.
E. N- Southworth, S vols , paper cover, fl; 1
vol.. cloth, 91 vs.
The Border Rover,by Emerson Bennett, 3 vols.,
paper cover, fl; 1 vol , cloth, SI US
Atsjcr Jones's Seeaealn Georgia,with numerous
Engravings, 1 vol, cloth, S.1.5.
elmon Sugg's Adventures and Travels, with
seventeen illustrations from origlnnl designs, by
Darley, 1 vol , cloth, Si VS.
Just published, and for sale at
TAYLOR A MAURY'S
mar 98 Bookstore, near 9th street.
dRIAT REDUCTION ,
nr TUB PRICB or BOOTS aid oaitbbs
I HAVE ON COMMISSION, FOR A PM1E
adelphla maau- ^
factum, a first rate
Sewed or Peered
Calf-Skin BOOT at
B3.7S, fall as good
as those usually sold
at SS or SO; aad a
French Calf Patent
Leather BAITER at
?3 .SO, as good as any
atSS; afirstrateCali
?alter at S3-SO, theee
are the best goods
that la (er ever wwa)
?old la the District
for the price; for tae
proof, come aad see ?
for yourself. Ter*a positively cash. Ne extrt
prott_charged to rKket 1 ~
? ? , w m lebta. Call at the
YfSW YORK HAT STORE, Beveatb sir*
near PcanevivauU avenue.
Best RUBBERS for gentlemea |l.
mfr-tf AWT MO w V, Aeoat
RATI! MATS!
CONSTANTLY ON HAND ? FVLL
supply of BEEBEMI
NEW YORK STYLES.
together with TAYLOR'S
HATS, of BALTI
MORE The best black
dress HATS got up In
the latest style for S3 50. as
good as thoae usually sold
at SS; aad a good fashion
able Hat at S3, worth S*i
and a first-rate Bat, B* SO.
The best materials and the best workmanship i
employed to produce n SS Hat, which Is sold fo
S3 SO. We Cos each business, meet with no los
sec, bnt give enoh customer full value far hi
money. Felt Hats nnuseslly loW.
N .B Agent for Drlsoell'a Balm of a Theaanna
Flowers Prioe 36 cents per bcttla.
ANTHONY. 7th street, neat Pa. a yea ie, A gen
lor a New York Bat Company. sa JS-tf
Inforntin for triTiini,
**W ROUTE to THE SOUTHWIlT
?UiCMARllSTON 1AUJI?&1|
CtlNCtlH
CIMUM*p Wit* ?laplU, Tttl.
rriB LAST CONNECTING LINK OF
1 RAILROAD brtww, ihe NertheMt u4
Fenthweet, forming aa entire Railroad ?om***?..
dmMUMNKWYORK AND TUB MIMMff.
S1PPI RIVRR. Vu AUGUSTA, Da
Thla m4 will be oompleted u4
the ?egular trnneportatloa ot fWrai u4
MSlchl by (he let of April, aad will tnotr
Expedition, u4 lew Expense, (hen u? atari
route between the Northet-t and Sooihi
eengere ud Shipper* will take dee notloe thereof,
and g?m? themselves accordingly
The Frelghta in charge at the Adam* Bxprem
la carried ever thla reed daily by the
j (mine. P C.AIM1.
tf general BeperUtendeat.
* A ALUARhhU B. R. ROAO.
OfMt Bonth#rn Mall Lto?9
TWO DULY TRAINS (SUNBAV NIGHTS
excepted) lenve Alexandria lor Richmond
At 7* a m ,and?M p ?
Fare S3 in. JAMBS A EVANS,
feb 14 Ag?t.
WASHINGTON BRANCH KAIbKOAl),
T BAINS LEAVE WASB1NGTON rOR
BALT1MOBB at
? and ** a. m , and S and I* p m
On f undav at 4 k p.m.
Leave JALTiMORE for WASHINGTON at
4fcandt)fa m , ud 3 aad 5 if p. m.
Ou Sunday at 4 fc a m
Paawngen for Philadelphia and New York will
ike Trala* at 6, ? and 4 u .
For Annapolis will take Trains at and 4j{.
Per Norfolk will take Trains at 6)4 and 3
For the Weet wll take Trainsat 6 aad?X; ooa
nectlag at the Waahlngton Junction
Un 16-if T. H PARSONS. Agent
"for all Parts of the west.
BALTI UOllK AND OHIO HAILHOAD.
IVgtr and Improved Art anp*m?nL*.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM BALTI
more, for Cumberland, Wheeling, aad ah
parta of the w?*t
1st The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN will
leave, (except Snnday) at ? 4S a m , connectlag
with trains from Philadelphia, first trala from
Washington (at Junction) - wll< atop at way s*a
tlona aiid arrive at Cumberland at 4 o' lee* p m.
Ud The MAIL TRAIN lrart Camden Sta
tion dallv (except Sunday) at P 30 a. in , aa]
reaches Wheeling by 4 a ni , connecting at Bec
wood with tralna for Oolumbua. Cincinnati, Uay
too Indianapolls, Louisville. Cleveland, Toledo,
Detroit, Chicago, fei Lonla, Cairo, and Interme
diate points.
3d. J he EXFREVS TRAIN lenvee dally at
7 (i. m , eoanec'lnx with exprees trains for Ola
nlanatl, St. Louis, Cairo, Chicago and laterme
dlate place* The distance to Cincinnati and
other central and southern placa* In the Weat, Is
nanrly 1M? ml lea ahorter than b? aae other roole.
The time to Umm plaoee la alao unoq nailed
|[ /** Baggage cnucked throng h to Co nmbna,
Cincinnati, IndlaDapolia, a d M Loula
IJjT Passenger* and Baggage transferred at all
points free
THROUGH TICKETS will be eel d to all the
large towna In ike NN eat, at the lowrat
rates, at the Tleket ORoe, Camden Station, and
at Waakington olry
49* A second-class cm la attached to the Mall
Train.
Paaaengers fromJBaHlmore rr Wasfclnpten may
e??w (A? ?nl(rs raa4 by daflgkt. by taking Ac
commodatlon or Mall 1 r?k. and Ivlsp over at
Cumbe>land or Oakland. They n>ume nest
morning by the Expreaa Train, which -ea*ea
Cumberland at iWa.n.j and reachea Wheel
Inc at * p in
Paaaengers from Washington have ample time
for meala at WaahlDgton Junction
Thla is thejoniy route br which Through Tick
ets and Baggage Checks can be obtained la
Wnahlngtoa.
FOR WAYPASSENGERS
The Accommodation Train at 6 45, will atop et
all atatlona east of Cumberland, and the Expreaa
at ata lona between Piedmont, going weat Eaat
wardly the Mall Train leaves Whetting at 7 15
a m , and Accommodation leaves Cumberland
at *0, reaching Baltimore at 3 45 p m.
The FREDERICK TRAIN Mailt at 4 p m ,
(except Sunday) stopping at way atatlona Lravee
Frederick at 9 a m., arrlring at Baltimore at 14.
30 noon.
The ELLICOTT'S MILLS TRAIN leasee
Camden Station at 6 a nt and 3 36 p m. Leaves
KUlcott's Mills at 7 3H a ra.tnd7^'p m , ex
cent fcuadaya. W 8 WOODSIDB,
Jan ld-tf M aster ot Transportation.
TEX XEW YORK A*D LIV1BP00L
?I UNITED STATES
NAIL ATEAMKRR.
TKt Skipt comptiitmg (Alt Liar art !
The ATLANTIC Capt Oliver Eldrldge
The BALTIC Capt Joseph Oomntock.
The ADRIATIC Capt Jatnaa Weat.
Theee ships having been built by contract ex
Cialy for Govt-it nient nervlce, every care has
n taken In their constiaction, as also la *heir
englnea, to Insure strength and speed and their
accommodations for ptieaengers are unequalled
for ei^ganoe and cc rnf -rt
Price o? rnsaagc ircm New Vnrk te Liverpool,
in fir?t cabin, in second do , <73; exclnalve
une of extra aire state iooma. SJ75. From L<ves
pool te New Yoik. 30 and 20 puineas Anexpo
rlenoed Surgeon attached toeachatili?. No berths
can be secured until paid for The ahl|? of thla
line have improved water-tight bulk h*ada, and
to avoid danger from loe will nrt croaa the banks
north of 42 degrees, until after the Ut of Auguet.
PROPOSED DATES OFSAILJSO
rnon siv yobk
Batar4*y, Jaoaary a, IB
lttu4i;, dtiiutrj 17, IV
lUnrdi)', Jii Dirjr ai, 1U
l*tard?;, Vrtritrj 14, IM!
PBiiM LIVKKeOOU
V*4?M4>r, Juuri 1 1?C*
J?i u*ry tL, 1*'
W*<lB?*<lay, F?Lr??iy ? 1MT
Wwln?M?r, February la, ml
a*??'C*j, Marrh 14, lMMt^a^ir, li>rr|4, It
Saturday. Apri; 11, 1M" W?dr?x]ay, April L 1"*"
- - - r. - ? " " "3
ftatareay, M?y S, 1S81 Wrdnaariay. Aprtl W, )*?'
IUMi4t|r, Ma; IS, lac
Ha-arday, Jdd* S, lat~
Batarday, Jim M, 1KT
Sa?urd?y, Jaly 4, 1?4T
Hat ard ay, Jaly IS. lis:
W*4aaaday, Hay tr, 14'*
Wed aaday, Jana IS, 1(41
W Ml r. a?4 ay. J u na S4, 114?
Wa^uaaday, July a, 1*6?
Waduaaday, Jaly St, U4t
For freight or paaaa e apply to
EUW'D K COLLINS. No 9d Wall-el .N. Y.
BROWN. SHIPLEY A CO . Liverpool
STEPHEN KENNARD A CO , Ne *7 Aus
tin Prlan, London
B. ? WAIN WRIGHT A CO , Paris
The owners of the?e ships will not be accona
tabie for gold, ?llver, bullion, specie, )ewe:ry,
~j{ ladl
precious ?ones or metals, unices nltla of lading
are signed C
ed therein
are signed therefor and the value thereof ex^reaa
IBAIONABLE 41R1RU WOODS.
JOHN U 8MOOT, No 119 BRIDGE t*T.,
Georgetown, D C., has received, and 1? now
offering to customers, an asaortment of SPRING
GOODS, to which large eddltlons will aeon be
made from the New > oik auctions, and nt the
lsteat importations He has now received and la
offering the following Good*, vis :
Blk Gro de Rhine Silks
Challle Robes and Goatahalr Plalda
Moealln, Challle and Berage Delalnee
Plain Moualln Delalcs (modes and bright colors)
Plain Fink, Blue. Buff and Green t reach Bril
liants and Cambric*
While and Boff Chintaee and Brllllanta, rnaet
fl|?nil
Edg 11 an and American Prints, new etyies and fkat
colore. lS^c.
Striped Calico* and S&ttlena, for children
India Dlmltry and WThlte Brllllanta, cheap
Plaid and striped Marlins from 12)tC to 25c
6-4 White lambrtoe (of Jouew' celebrated make)
Beet English Long OlJths, (for ladies,) aamc
make
Jnconeu, Nainsook and Swiss Muslins
3 and 0 4 Blk Moualln Delalnee (Lupin's)
Bombaxlxee, Alnpacaa aid Eng lsh Crapes
Blk Love and Crape Veils and Crape Collare
Embrotdeilea and Linen Cambric Hsndk'N
Dunbar, Dickson, and Ric^ardaon Irlah Linens
Linen and Cotton fheetlrgs (beat makes)
Whirling Cottons <of all the moat approved makes)
Table Damas^e, Table Cloths ana Napkins
Bird Eye, Hu-kaback a'd Scotch Dlapera
Colored bordered Towellings, Russia and Armer
Ican Cra>h
White Marseilles UullU
Gents' aad Boys' Ca> si meres
Couonadea. Den 1 ma aad Naukeens
Velvet and Bonnet Ribbons
Ladles' and Genu' Kid Glovee (all klzes and
numbers)
Brown Kngitah % Hoee, beet makes
Ladles and Mlaaoa' Cctton Hoee
With many other *eaaonatle Goods, lo which
he Invitee the attention of prompt p?v?ag
catk customers J. H. SMOOT.
mar fl-tf
ITOik IN THK OLD DOMINION CUAl*
COMPANY, RAN AW HA COUNTY,
VIRGINIA.
SUBSCRIPTIONS WILL BE RECElVkD
at the Banking Boune of Chubb Brothers-f?vr
the remaining atc.k of the nbove company, be
Ing three hundred shares Th* capiul stock !?
SlOO.Oue (dollars,) of which S70 ua? ha. bean
auborrlbed. The mines are now prepared tor
active operations, and ? pet cent interest will he
guaranteed open the stock now offered for eale
by the original stockholders, for the period ?
tw? years
Particulars in regard to the stock, and Its proe>
Gwte, will be made known npen appUeeOee ?
HUHB BROTBERS
|an 27 p. p DANDRlUbE, Agent.

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