Newspaper of Evening Star, March 27, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated March 27, 1855 Page 4
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EV ENING STAR. [oomtnnoATU. * Mi Editor:?I find in a V:eksb?rf (Mi*.) new. paper the following beautiful poem, written by Jno f*. Byrne, Esq., formerly ol" U?? ciQr, and recited by Mis* F.. leering at the opening of a new theatre in th?? former place. It* perusal, I am sure,will afford much pleasure to many of your readcts, to whom t|??* Kifterf young author is personally well and favor ably known. May I, therefore, a?k that you will be Kt kin.I a> to republish it in the Star, and oblige, Yaur*, trmiy, P. McN. WixMUiOTOl, March-21; 18X>. PROLOGUE The llraan'x Ion* ccKpae ba?h ended now, The Star of triumph glitters on iu brow ; And once agtin, kind friends, the Tragic muse, Her gcuial reign auspiciouslv renews. Here, where lull man} a time the Poet's aoog From Ac?or's lips, inspired, roHed along. Starting the tear trom beavty's 'JazzJmg eye With tancicd scene* of w<-e and misery? Liihti aih'ng smiles and thrilling every heart, When Virtue's irnnn, hs shone in tragic Art. Her*, one- again the eager eye decriej tier crumbled altar's Phoenix-like arise; l.'rr,g may tbejr stand, .-ccure fr 111 former ills,* 'Sorrace'tlie i'lty of a hundred hills; What th?' the prude liny urer, the bigot hate. Ami sou.'s tr> Im amy dead ne'er approbate. In your w arui ?miles that greet our cause to-night,' Hope, sweet enchantress, doth her toreh relight; lt< lambent tlame a cheering influence lend* \n t coming triumphs radiantly portends, r'or that proud art on who?u> undying scroll-. 'Mel ius, h- r nehlest, lortfest nam^s enroll*. j. n? aUi its s|wll we setm to walk the strand ; ?f Life"s broad Ocean, and at its command, Whei ehtw U?i- trie, tlien treasure* it reveals, I'he hum^n heart in its fai depths couceals! Wit;, iris hues true Viuue doth adorn, A "ad bates the monster Vice to bifer scorn!? viankiiKi's best, noblest attributes unfolds, And up to Nature, clear, th* narror holds, Whose true reflections elevate the mind. And o'?*r the soul t-heds influence refined. The gnets, th ? joys which unto life belong, Her? find their echo in the Poet's song ! Here man's stern will, his passion r.nd his pride, And w<>man s love, supreme o'er all beside, The Drama's Art r-hall faithfully portray In Truth and Nature's glorious array; These are nrho^es?our aims and objects these?. Heboid our in tto?"We >hali strive to please " ?Two Tneatres built uu the same spot were des troyed by fire. The Pri?S3 in Prance.?A discussion on the execution of Louis XVI., which was gradually becoming envenomed, has been going on for some time past between the l'nien and Siecle. organs of the Le gitimist and Republican parties. The 21st of January is the anniversary ol that event. On that day a religious ser vice is performed in the expiatory chap J in the Kuc d'Aujou, and the Legitimist papers genally announce the fact with s panegyric on the character of the " mar tyr King." On the present occasion the eulogy ol the monarch was mingled with some severe reflections on his Judges: and the whole Convention, indeed th? whole Republican Government of the day, were spoken of in much the sami manner. The worst of political parties is, that they never will allow that any thing good can be done by their adver saries. The Union will not admit thai those who had any part in the revolu tion, even from 17^0, did any good, and it includes them all in the same sweep ;ng malediction. While the Siecle re turns the compliment in its judgemeni on the Legitimists. As the discussior went on it became more passionate, and the public were threatened with a mi nute inquiry on one hand into the act; of the regicides, and on the other inu those of the tribunals that condemned ?Ney and Labodoyerc. A stop, however lias been put to it. The editors of th Slide and Union have been "invited"' t< suspend the discussion, with the view o of preventing the feelings of either part; from being outraged and generally ex citing bad blood. Zy When is a man over head an ears in debt ? When his hat is not pai for, or when he neglects to pay the prin ur. who feeds him intellectually. Th latter is the most scandalous, because c its black ingratitude. CO" Remember, that the human cor -titution is one that cannot be amende by a two-thir<!s vote. :viOV?jd?NTS OF OCEAN STEADIER! \atne. Leave For Dm*. ?Africa Boston Liverpool... Mar. i Hermann Hn meii New York..-Feb. i Atlantic Liver pool... New York.. Mar. ] f'mon Haore N<?w York..Mar. 1 V*?a> rpool Boston.... Mar. I ^im-rica Liverpool.... Boston .. Mar. 3 JTJ- The California steamers leave New York o ith and 20th af each month. ' iIKlVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS Willerda' Hotel-b. a. h. j. c. wilukd. W P Qneenakerry, Va G Lathrop, O F Li wis, do B Brown, Va 1 J Keenan, Pa H N Hooper, Mass H n Kin*, 'l ean W E Sclieuck, Pa II- ri Pi^r , La E Fiedler & fauu'y, NY ? l.arnaul, NY J A Seinple, Ufl>l s'< K? arden & !ady, Md T Graham, NC B L b? rts, Pa F lie l'eyster and lady, G E Mwtn, Md NY D B Cambridge, Maa> H C Pperry, do !* Aicher, Te* W C'iM>p?!r J It P.aMlett K1 W W Bur's, USA L Ferrall, NC O B Wilcox, do J j 'Thill. Va H N Walker, Mich i Monroe a lady, O W II Kossell. NJ \V J Reynolda, Va J Lovell, NY fl C Reid, do Jiatlonal Ilotal- a p. wili *rd C K Gr< en? k ladv, WT B Wads worth and family G?n T F Bowie, Md NY J W r?unn. T'l G G < Mild, Md M i,'a-par. NY E J Woo?is, Oal f>r II VV Brent, Md Mr Lee, Va l? '' Kelio*?, NY J M Hawes. M.iss' F Hiiodes, do H W Jewitt, Vt J ?1 VVil-on. Md W Dickinson, Va VV M S?-yb?*rt, Pa J C Mynck. do W E Nichols. Ct W II 'lardie, do M T Ularke. K?n?a- A C Elliott fc. lady, NY i>r I'urneii, Md Col VV P Corbin, Ga V K ; :n-?, Ma W P Peirce fit lady, Mass Mi-s Robins, do 3rO'?ui' Hotel?t p k i. brows. J \ P? n:lleton a. sister, J Hillsnian, Ga 11| J Mackand, Pa J II Thoa p?on, Md R F Morns, Va > O Summers, Va M Patterson, WC J 1) l'a\?on. Pa N Harris, NC R Tlioma.-, Md S M Chappeil, Md I) J Thorn s, do G Wilson, Poland S J Menrgle, Pa A B i'larke, Va M Gr mm, Md P A Brawner, do I'nltcd States Hotel?a. c.Bicim*. J V rv.bbin, nc G R Smith, NY D Parkt-rson, Va C VV Pureed, Va W B Hunt, Ga C Schredler, Pa M Maitornt-r, Mi VV tikover, do Tuyce, NY TC Harris, Va VV J Ward, III G C Harris, do I (ireenebaum, do W Bailev, do 1? A liar-over, DC II McVown, do P N Hall, Ct W Skinner, do H Skinner, O G Life, do J S Ch-tine, do Kl - k??ood liowae?j. h. a a. ciaxwoot>. J Thompson. Md J C Andertion, NY I' Brooke, Mo J W lluyce a family, do K VV" Harper, do J M Sharpley a lady, do 1 I MehafTev, Va P Lane, do |>r llotlces, Md M Marburg, do J Francis, NY Kcnilon Iloaae, Alexandria, Va. a. utwToa, raorai*Toa. J J Bocock, Va J Korns, Md T M Lake, do Miss Korns, do C M Prtui.tleroy. U8N W A Ehaaon, Va L M Colt-nian. Va VV M Moore, do W J Cave, do J M OAeld, do K L Pritcbett, do T H Gibbons, do Mrs K Early, do W Mitchell. Md M<-- J Early, do Mrs Mitrbell, do T < oj|?-, do Miss Mitchell, do r. ? Husbind, NY P Truewiale, NY I VV .MiU:l<eU, Md fico 5101 By the President of? h? United Slates. iN purauaneeof law, I, FH AN KLIN PIERCE, Pres ident of the United 3Utei of America, <1? hereby slare an j make knows tba' a pablli sale "H' be he d at the lanl office at AcarsrA, in the State of Mississippi, commencing oo Mouday,<h**w*nty-f.rft day qf Man next, for the disposal oi all th*t portion of ih* lections anl parts ol seotiona of land bearing odd numbers within fix miles on each side of the line of th* Mobil* ahd Ohio rivxa railroad, In the state." C f ALV-4NA ftUl MlMI<?8 PPI ??????t t0 '"J" doubl* minimum pr;c* of two dollars and Any cen per acre, as ;.r- vided by the act ot 20th September, 1S50, and exceed from valuation as ^ by the act of 4i& A twos', 1864, wh.oh were aVrerUsel to b? off r*l for *?1? io pro. Umation fto 499, bar ing date JM May, 1863, but subsequenMy witl drawn ..otit farther nolle tor th- "?lroa4 . from -Brandon to Mnntirmrr/ by publiennfiae No. 4i?i, b. arin? date 19 th Angu.<t, 1S?; and the same not being euhr<* *?private entry at the dsteofsrid withdrawal, were continently not rector-d to mar ket by general nolle* No. 622, dated 6th September, 1*54, situated in the undermentioned towuships, Id wit: North o/the bate Une and cast of tht Choctaw meri dian. Town.-hip Jour, of ran^e thirteen Townships three, four Jive, and :w, of ranje four teen Te??n hljvs 'hree, four, fiv;?, and jer<rn, of rargn fifteen Townshirs three, fvur, Jive, six, and a*ven, of range rixteen 'in-anf-hips fce, fix, and Kven, of range seven ! teen Township frven, of raege eighteen. Notice t er?-by.ewen tLat all 'hs lands sit uate 1 outside of the tie utile until* cn each side o{ the above road withdrawn ar.d not sine* restored to private ?ntry as above stated, which will be sub jeet to entry at one dollar and twenty-five ce.t? per acre, or (:1 for artual settlement aad pre emp t'on) at the prie*? prescribed by the graduation act of 4th August, 1864 inthefoil'iwing-usmed distrir'.a and towi:eIiips in ih? States of Miss ssippi and Ala bama, will bi lubject to entry and location on ?n i after Monday the nineteenth day of March naxt, to wit: In the district of lands subject to Gale at Augusta, Mississippi : \orth of the bat' line and east cf tht Choctaw mm dian. Townships three, four,five, eix and wven, ofrnrge twelve , Townships thrre, four, fi7e, ux, and !*???, ol range thirteen Townships three, fvur.Jiv, six, ard seven, of range fourteen Townehip seven, of range flfte-n Township three, four anl live, of range sixteen Township*. three, four, five, six, and stven, ot ranz- sev*>iteen Townships three, four, Jive, six, and tevn. t\ range eightettn. In th^ dlatrift cf lanlJ subj-ci to ra'.e at. r?ES"?P0? L*3. A LA HAH \ : Srrrtti of the bare <tn' and vyit of the principal me ridian. Town hips thirteen, fo>'.rte?n, fifteen, sixteen and MT^E een, >?( ran^e rwo Townt-h p: ti ir.e-n. fourteen, fi teen, tixteer. an 1 wn's'n, of ra -?e three Towi ship* tb rt< en, fcurt-en .Jtftan, rfxteni en'l seventeen, of :arge four T w=sbip?ih:rteer and fiurt^en, of ranee Cve. The lewninips <! *?i?r:a:e<.l in r man ?e ter-r,r? ^holly within the limit* of six and fift-en mi! n re scect:v?ly on each >ide of ^aid n ad, ai d th< e? in italics are partly wi bin s id limit", *k ilc*ig*5t 1 on the oij^rams which will be furnished to tie re spective district officers by the Commimmer of tba General Latd Office. The land'? will be sold, su'ycct to the riaht of tuay grante t by the act of 20'Ji September, 1850, to t^e states a fore-aid for said ra; ;road. not ? x?ee-Jtpg on? hundred feet on ea-h side thererf, and therefor? the particular tracti of land "hich include thsroad will be e Id s? ccr.taining th^ iuant:tie2 r-sp<'".ire!._. shown by the offic al pints. ".he sedionn wiil be ( flare-1 at the public sale thecrJer in which th*y are advertised; the r-?i" will be tept op?n fbr a safflcient time to ad;nl* cf offering all the lands, but not excee ?in? two wrekf. and applications to mt*e private entries of the !*r<3 -?ff^red at public eile under this prc^aaiHtir.u rill not b<; r?<-eired until after the ckns of the two Giren uc ier my hactt th# city of Waaluogtoc, tbldr^ven'h day rf F.'bruary, Anno l)-*miDi CLe tbrueaudei^ht hu-ireu and flfty-avc*. FE AN KLIN FIERI't. Fy the Prehilent: Joum Wilson, O mm's-^nT 0?ueral Laud <Jfli e. NOTICE TO PBE EmTiION CLAIMANT.-. Under th" act of t>ww approved 3d r.f March. 195S, entitled "An act to extarid ore enpticn rt"b?p to certain sutler* thsroin a??ntivii*d," the pr*-f mn tioi U s were extendedver th?; above m?n i- -? ii altercate odd numbcrrd ro-tions within s'x mil"'' n each F?d* of the r (t( H th" Ml where tbf ) I o??-iit and ImprOTPGiaiit wrr? mcd? prior t") the da ? x I of all. tinen^ if proven up and pw ; for at th.? r.^? - 11 r.ftWD dollar" ar.d fitty cent-i per acre, before the f I day fixed for the public sale; and by the act sp proved *7th Mar:h, lf54, eutitle-i "An art or the relief of settlers on land* reserved for railroj 1 pur po-ee," pereon? who nettled ard improved the aVv< named lection-* prior t"> the date of withdrawal wj-1 11 be entitled to p-^mptions atth?ordinary minimum I price cf th? public land'.^r at the rate of one dr ih.r i I and twenty-five aents p<=r acre, if proven i n ar d nai l for brf r? the day 1jx?1 for the public id!" ? Therefore, every per on entitled to the ng' tot rr | -mpti n in any of the altercate ojd numbered re 11 tiOn" et-ove meat one1, vlrhln six mlit'i'.o" the crte of the read, under ;h? ?ct of 8d Marrh, l it3, ah*.v?' ref?;?re-l to, on settlements made prior to the tih < I Februirrju l?63,(the date of allotment) or undtr ?ht act of iK March, 185-4, on settlements made pr.oi to the dat< of th? origintl wi'birawal of the 'aids from market, likewise every person entitled to p?e emp'ior. under the act rf 27th March, 1854, in ai.j ot the lands outside of the fix mile limits dire^t^d t: be rer.tore-1 to entry on the 17th day of March next is required to establis! tfce same to the sati6f;cti- n of the recistef and receiver of th* proper land o91c-*, 1^1 and mak" payment therefor at the prioe ti.t-d by !c I law as soon at pracixcalle after seeing thU u lice, 0 I and before the day appointed lor the publ c sale oi 4 I restoration to market of th* lands embracing tb* 7 tract claimed; otherwise such flaiat will be forfait. 1 JOHN WILSON, Commlssioser of General Land < fflce. feb 10?lawlJw PROPOSALS FOR PURHISHINO PA JER FOR XBE PUBLIC PRUfUHO Orncg 80P*RmTK!?ri]?T PrBLic Printing, Washington, January '25,1855. IN pursuance of the provisions of the act entitled, "An act to provide tcr executing the pu lie printing," &c., approved Aii2Ui?t 26, 1852, sealed pro[H>sa. r- will be received at this office, in the Cap itol, until Wednesday, the 28th day of March next, at 12 o'clock rn., for luniivhnig the following quan UUes and descriptions of wnung paper, to wit: 8,500 reams, weighing 2H pounds per ream, and Mea suring 15 by 56 inches 3,100 reains? weighing 26 pounds per ream, and mea suring 18 by 25 inches 100 reams, weighing 24 pounds per ream, and inea sunng 13 by 22 inches 340 reams, weighing 'ti pounds per ream, and mea suring 18 by 18 incite 400 reams, weighing 12 pounds per ream, and mea suring 12 by 18 inches All these papers to be made of the best material*, and hniahed in the best manner and tree from adul teration. A contract will be entered into for sup plying the qaantities stated, at such times as the public service may ruquire. but the privilege is re served of ordering a greater quantity of either kind, should a greater qnanlily be required, at such times and in such quamities as may be deemed neccapary. tin plea oi each kind ol pap*-r must accompany each bid, and all proposal* and samples nm.t be transmitted to this office, free of (swiage or other eipense Cadi proposal must be signed by the individual or fiim making it, and must specify the price per pound, and the consequent price per ream (and but one price) of each description ol paper. All the paper must be delivered at such place or places as may be designated in Wa>hin2ton city; in good oruer, free of all and every extra charge or ex pense, and subject to the inspection, count, weigiit and measurement of the Supeuniendent, and be in all respect* satisfactory. Blank forms for proposals will be furnished at this office to persons applying for them ; and none will be taken into consideration unlets substantially agreeing therewith. Bonds with approved securities will be required; and the supplying of an inferior article, or a lailuie to supply the quantity required at any tune will be considered a violation of the contract. Each bidder is required to furnish with his propo sals satisfactory evidence of his ability to execute it, and any pro|?osal unaccompanied with such evi dence will be rejected. Proposals will be addressed to the "Superintend ent of die Public Printing, Capitol of the United States, Washington, and endorsed "Proposals for Supplying Paper. ' A. G. SEAMAN, Superintendent of the Pubhc Printing, jan 28?eotd WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER AND PLATED WARE AT REDUCED PRICES. WE offer our entire stock of *-legant GOLD WAt'CHES, RICH JEWELRY, PURE SILVERWARE, sc., at greatly reduced rates. Persons would do well foexamineour assortment, which is by far the largest, most fashionable, ana best selected ever ohered to our customers. M. W. GALT ?i BRO., 384 Penn. avenue, between 9th and 10th sts mar 12?if J)ERRY'g AND GILLOTT'S STEEL PENS various kinds and sizes, bought in person from e makers and warranted genuine. n>af 6 PFANCK TAYLOR. "I^OK SALt-Al U*. 8ENATE STAHLE souih v>l the C apliol Uu?* good woik Horses, :: utl hue bujgy bay liorse. Apply at th?- Stables, or one _ ??7.? ? ? imyytf 11 VII? OWUI?, Senate Po?t Office uw aa_^>1^ PROPOSALS FOK KAIL BAGS. Po?t Orrioa Department. ? . January 12, lfio5. SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at ihit* Department until 9 o'clock a. m., of the 23d of April next, for tarnishing for four years from the 1st day of July next, in audi quantities and a? such times niay be required and ordered for the mail service, mail bags of the following description, to W IS Canvas Mail Bags. Sue No. 1, (43 inches in length, and 62 inches in circumference,) to be made of cotton canvass weighing 15 ounce* to the yard of27 inches width; the yarn ol the fabric to be doubled and twisted and five loltl. flue No. 2, (41 inches in length, and 48 inches in circumference,) to be made of cotton canvas* weighing 15 ounces to the yard of 27 inches width, and the cloth to be woven in every respect like that of the first siae of bags. Size No. 3, (32 inches in length and 38 inches in circumference,) to be made of cotton canvass, weighing 10 ounces to the yard of 22 inches width, and th < cloth to be woven as above described. The canvass bags of sixes Nos. 1 and 2 are to be made with a sufficient number of eyelet holes, and provided with strong cord to secure their mouths. All are to be well and distinctly marked "C7. S. Mail," and to be numbered according to the sires above specified. Ltathsr and Canvass Pouches. Size No. 1.48 in. in length, and 60 in. circumference Size No. 2. 41 do de 48 do Size No. 3. 36 do do 42 do Size No. 4.36 do do 36 do Size No. 5. 26 do do 98 do The body of the leather pouciics is to be made of good and substantial bag leather, well tanned, weigh ing tor Nos. 1 and 2 not Igss titan 8 ounces, and for the smaller sizes not less than 7 ounces to the sq. fbot; the bottom and flap to be of good ?*irfin? leather, well tanned, and the same to be well and strongly secured with the best iron rive s, well tinned. The canvass pouches are to be made of densely woven canvass, s > as to resist water, or at least equal to that of which the pouches now in the service are made. Leather and Canvass Horse-mail Bags, (in ? saddle bags form.) Size No. 1. Body 48 inches long, and 42 inches in circumfrrence at the widest parts ; ends or bottoms of s me, 14 by 26 inches Size No. 2. Body 44 inches long, and 36 inches in circumference at the widest parts ; ends or bottoms ol same, 12 by 24 inches Size No. 3. Body 42 inches lone, and 32 inches in circumference at lh? widest parts ; ends or bottoms of same 10 by 20 inches The leather horse mail bags are to be made Of good and substantial bag leather, well tanned, and weighing not less than 7 ounces to the square foot and the seams to be well and strongly sewed ; or, if rivetted, to be so done as not to chafe the horse or ridw. The canvais horse mail bags are to be made of the same quality ot fabric as the pouches above de scribed. Canvass and Lsath'r Drop-letter Pouches (with side pockets.) Size No. 4. 3() in. in length,and l<6 hi circumference Size No. 5. 26 do do 28 do Can van Xeuijiaper Mail Bans. Size No. 1, (48 inches in length and 62 inches in circumference,) to bB made of cotton canvass weighing at least 13 ounces to the yard of 22 inches width; thr vnrn of the fabric to be doubled and twi 'ted and live fold, and the bag to l>e so constructed as to be locked, and lo have a handle at eacli end. Size No. 2, (41 inches long and 48 inches in cir cuini-rence,) to be of the same material and me tier of construction with sise No. 1. I'ron-nal* for Improvements in the construction of any ot the above described mail-bags, or in the ma terial* thereof, are invited; and the relative value and adaptation to the iervice as well as price of such improvement will be considered in determin ing the lowest and best bidder. No proposals will be considered if not accom panied with wymilrs of each article hid ftir, showing the coofitniction^u.-ihty oi materials.and workman ship proposed, and also with evidence of the com petency and ability of the raider to execute the work according to contract. The specimens must be delivered at the Depart ment on or before the H3d day of April nest, and will, in connexion with tbe torm the ba^is ot the contracts. Specimens deposited by bidders which may with safety cad cwiremence be used in the mail service ?ill hi paid for at the rates pro poied by them. A decision on the bida will be tua<1< on or before the firs' day of May next, oed the bidder or bidders chosen will be rtqitirnd tu eater into contract on or before tiie 15tii day of Jcne neat, with bond and sufficient sureties frjt a firukiai ferfefetwet of the obligations as entered is?9. All the articles coatraete* for are to be delivered at the contractor's erpcn.-e, at Boston, Ma^aehu setts; N?w York and Buffalo, N. Y.; Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, Pa.; Baltimore, Md.: Washington, |'',:*rlcston S.t,'.; Augusta.*;*.; Montgomery, Ala.; New I irleans, La.; Vaslifflr, Tenn.; Louis v:llr, Ky.; t incinnati, Ohio; and St. Loui*, Mo., in such quantities and at such times as the Depart ment ma\ require; and they are to be rigidly in ?pected before delivery, and none are to be received which shall be inferior to the specimen* or stand ard b.'-gs. To enable bidders to estimate the number of ihe different kinds of mail bag- which will probably be required, they are informed that there were fur ni-died for the use of the Department, during the year which ended 30.h June last. 2,l.'i5 Icath-r pouches; 3,978 canvass pouches; 150 leather horse mail bags; 605canvass horse mail bags ; and 17,110 canvas* mail bags. The proposals should be endorsed " ProposalsJor Mail and be addressed to the " Postmaster Gcneraf." JAMES CAMPBELL, jan 15? law 12w Postmaster General. j INVIGORATING CORDIAL I A PHENOMENON IN MEDICINE. LIE A LTil RESTORED AND LIFE XI LEVUTHBNKD, by tr-r, J'ikJii?at'a invkioratiso RLIXlii OB 0CED5AL. -At flrpt the prow t0 Pr,r- morwmi invigorates tLIXJiuR CORDIAL \??re dremed'abulotu. T'e ?dcC^Ted' 4etdcin- tfc; ?Irurle and aaMlme truths ^noan-jed bv the dietovarrr . c?4?aiabla ii- ta hiteetxi by ol * ?aes and character, *r? rtmt triumph al^ T>fi d0DUM- IHCllKDtJLITY K OVfiiU b/ a t^gtijRocj which Je p irrwutmDif. r J 'n a11 Clr*?> ?laplorabie ?Ti.ii ari^ fromauviaase r.r ar-ase of the various organ* which make up the Toad-?f?ii machine cail*d tiHO! **"7 <*'Jkate fan> * ? connect.^ with that wyaterloue ccnponr.d *?2.?// c^T*U,r a:n1' nec-var.7 fo the rt-rrj (iuctwn of kunan life. To person,* of feeble laur*? rnfC,K ^rat ?n Tital It i? roc n. M .be only in^ns of cosimuDlcatiDK th^t ?f!^jrhich l.i neoeoaarr to the proper eixjovisent m??!? 1 ,"var* well u Ligh-r oienUtl attrlbaiee. ?ts bcneflclft'. effects are a?t < oii ?hn- mPi^tfcer aea oir to any a<?-. Tbe feeble puL tbe ailing wife, the list-eee. eroevated ycu'h -he overworn man of bu-iln^, the Tictiii: ofn?Toa? pre?i Ion, tbe irdlvldnal sufJrring from general 1^ ^ ?y\i&i fr0lU4,ttle w' of * single or^an, will *n.d, relief frc3 th? Jrenovator. To those ?Lo t3 iKThly^ " will prove a bJ, ?.u ?a?etruanl ^?in?t that terri a-r'-fc. .r,ef? ar* m%ny- P?rh-xpp. Who have so trifled with their constitutions, that they think ^ y??d l^rp*<?h pf a*Ucin?- L?t not ? theee despair. The KUxlrdeals with diaease aa It ezi8.a, without reference to causes, and will not vdy remove the disorder Itself, but BiiBDILD THI2 BHOd:iiN CO.VHTITUTION Thai deranf'cai?ntfi of the ayatera, leading to net roa? <id*?.*?*, ^ad the fores of eervoub d'sease it ?elf, are eo namsrona thatit would require a cgJceji to ^umerate tbe maladie* for which this prep.-.ra ration is a rp<viflc. A Uw, however, may bee nume rate J, vi?: neur&gia, tic doiereaux. hiyi Jache. facip. i*nt paralyfis, hyeterie, raipitatioa of the heart, epi * aff*tlAaa, miwcular defciiity, tremar^ flariiknce, ?*??? eeEBatioU in lh* fie-ih, numbneaa, torpil !!fn ?^? T; m*ntaI deprcMlon, weakness of the wi.l, indlspT tUon t* move, faiatnees after exerci.-e, brckeu sleep an i terrifying dreamu, Inability to r? main in one place r j*>aition, weaknefe of the pro' creative crgans, wzuhi incompeteucy, mclaxwAolv. S-?Sr nkiug at the atoma-h, fe. male irragularitiee, a chronic tendency to snircar riajje, emaciation, and all oompUinta growing ont of ?h^Ti' ^r110* 0 th" pU!ion"' an'J ?i! barrenness th. rShKS.'""0 ?""iC Whenever the crgtna to be acted upon are free from malformation or BtrictoraldJseaaea'lth. averred ^iir-^?SS'lIJ,ViaGRATINa will replace we^knese with strength, incapacity with Ml^"lcyi. ?rregulanty with uniform and natural m> hnJ l'.tKad ^ DOt^lj ,*b0Qt Option, 1^1 ^ppy ?fltect on the general organisation Larina^S?^ nWTOa? 'Jetem, and that the palliation of thenerree or motion and sensation is Physical de^h. Bear in mind a-so, that ?o?e?er? kind of nervou# dieeaw the ill*er Cordial ij tha Only reiiitble pr-paret'or Leowh. r __ ? CACJTIO*. ^il,V ;?v 8 CcuMAt has tera cona lei felted by aome anprincipled persons ?JnJ!wTr!!1^'P<,3*nQil,?1 Co^al will have JltT tha ?>*k ? rf.h to.Je.*nd the Mloving wcris b'o^n in the k'?v Proprietor, *.Y? Oortto! la pat up h%Uj?iaM?tr?t?!, Is hk-,- JS p,r kttl.j rto fct |?; rt, fct ?u. O. U. B1NG, Proprietor, 1M Broadway, New York. X?sbon' '?*"Pc;w AOlNtf. V^aeMnftos??. D UU.t^Js tialti-avie?H. b. DAritr' ?iiehinoad?iJl>NJTT i, bi jkj ' war 30??>tf " TRAVELERS' l?IRK?JTOKY. Mott Bedell's Lind. ^ NEW YORK.ALEXASDRIA, WAt Hilt Q TON CITY, AND DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA PACKETS. rpRIH LIVE OF PACKETS SAILS WEEKLY JL from "pier 14 East River, Now York, and oflcnt r lfnec?-?eary, and arc composed of the following flrst Clas-t vessels: >cw gchr. A. F. Heidi, Bedell master. New achr. Mott Bedell. A. V. Trttdwcll. Schr. Ann D., VVm. Oliver, master. Sch*. Volant, L. A. Smith, master. Schr. Commander in-Chief, Woglim, master. Schr. Greeniray, Wilson, master. These vessels are all fast nailers, and the masters men of experience in the trade, and the only regu lar line of Washington City packets. MOTT BEnELL, Wall street, N. Y. H. 8. MASTERS fc SONS, Alexandria, Va. THOMAS RILEY, feb 1 ?6m -Washington and D. C. CBOnWELL'l BALTIMORE STEAMSHIP LINE BETWEEN In,, 1 NEW YORK BALTIMORE & BOSTON, XSEMmEBSm TTTT'ILL dispatch a Steamer daily from Baltimore f\ and New York, and twice a week from Boston to Baltimore and Baltimore to Boston. This line affords unequalled facilities to the busi ness men of the District of Columbia. The Agents at either point will receive freight and give a through bill of lading to Washington at the lowest rates oi freight and no commissions charged. Applications for freight promptly attended to by the following agents: A. C. HALL, 58 Exchange Place, Baltimore. H. B.CROMWELL, Comer Washington and Albany sts., N. Y. J NO. W. SCHANK, jan 14?d3m Foot of India Wharf, Boston. FOR THE WEST AND SOUTH. BALTIMORE AND OHIQ RAILROAD. IMPROVED ARRAN JEMKNTS FOK TiUYKLl IMPORTANT CHANGES OFSCBEDUDE!! RCCWaP The 1st? completion of tb.? Antral Ohio Railroad between Wheeling and Columbus, uniting, as it does, by so abort and direct a line, the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad with all portions of the Weat (and North and Southwest,) gives this route greatly increased advantages to through travelers In that direction. On and a Per MONDAY, Novmb-r iT, 1364, the trains will be run a? follow?: PGR THROUGH PASiFNGERS. Two Cast trains d.iiy wil run lu each direction First?'The MAIL TRAIN', *?.vii:g Camden Station ot 7 a. m., instead otS o'clock as heretofore, (except on Sunday,) an l arnvine at Wheeling at 2 40 a. m Second?The EXPRESS TRAIN, leaving at 5 p. m , in .t-ad of at 7 p. m., as heretofore, and rnnr.iDg through to Wheeling In abcot 17 hours, reaching ther?? at 10 26 a. m. Tlr.s train will stop at Wash ington Junction, Sykepville, Monocaey, Harper's F rry, Mar insbura:, Sir John's Ran, Cumberland, Piedmont, Uowlasburg, Newburg, Mtennan, Farm iogttn, Cameron and MoundsviMe only, for wood and water acd meals. Both tfce^e trains make prompt end regular coiiDoct'jn with th? cara of the Central Ohio Road for CamNridg?, 7?n?sville, New ark, Oolumbu.-, Cincinnati, Looisvill*, Dayton, Sandui-ky, Toieil\ letroit, Indianapolis, Chicago, St Ioui3,etc. Pa?*nger? leaving Baltimore by the Mail Tr :n; will ruec'- Cincinnati f-r dinner next day, while by the Express Train they arrive there at 12 the next night, being kept but one night on the route by eith?r train. PasMngers f->r the Northwest via Cleveland and all intermediate foists can make a direct tonneo tion with the trains upon th* Cleveland and Pitts burg Bailrord at all times when tha Ohio is naviga ble Ibr sU*am?rs between Wheeling and Wellrville, by leaving Baltimore In the Mail Train at 7 a. m. Returning, the Trains leitve Wheeling as follows: The FX PRESS TR\IN at 4 30 p m., reaching Bal timore at 9.50 a. m. The MAIL TRAIN at 11.45 p. m . reselling Baltimore at m 7 p. ??"?Through tickets by bent from Wheeling for Ci.-iciraati, Madison, Lcuisville, 8t. Louis and other River Cities, ?B1 be sold at a I time* when the stag* of T*U-r will alrait. ?if* Tlimugh tickets between Baltimore and Wasnington, and all the important cities and towns in the West, are sold at the Ticket Offices of the C:mpar<y. POR WAY PASSENGERS THE MAIL TRAIN, leaving Camd?n Station wlil take pese?n<ers tor all tlv u.unl stopping places on the Road Refiimine, Una trein leaves Wheeling at 11.45 mUnizhi, Cumb^r'ard al 1015 a. m., an l arrive* :it Baltimore at 7 p. m. Tin: FREDERICK ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, for Frederick and iot?nn?di tte T'le.ees, will start at 4 p. in., iaily. (except Sun^ayf) arriving in Freder ics at 7.10 Re-urcing wiii leave Frederick at 9 a. m , arriving at Baltimore at 12 30, noon THE EI LIC JTTd MILLS ACCOMMODATION vt! 11 be nc dully, (except Bcndavs.) an follows : l?av? Camden Station at 8 a. ni. and 3 p. m. Lei!'? Ellicott's Mills at 7.IK) a. m. and 6.30 p. m. WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS: IK AYE dally, except Sunday, at 0 and 8# a. m. j ael 3 and 5 pm. On Sunday a* # a m and 6 pm. Leave Baltimore at 4'4 and iitDj and 6 and 8 p m. On Sunday af 4% a m tnd 5 p ro. The ronnectiona with Baltimore A Ohio Railroad i f>r the Weet are by trains leavleg at 0 a m and J i p a. Per Philadelphia and New York nt 0, and a m and 6 pm. For Anmpolls at a m and 5 p ia. for Nonolk at 3 p m. T. H. PAR80N8, Agent. Particu'ar attention l? called to the Rule re-juir ing a responsible voucher for any person ef oolor who nny wi-h to paw* ov r the read. dec IS?dtf ORANGE AND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. On and after Tuesday, Nov. 771^54, TIIE Cara leave Alexandria dally for Gordons vilie and intermediate Nations at 7Jtf o'clock, a. n., on the arrival ot ths boat from Waahinftmj, giving ample time for breakfast on board. Con necting at Mauaatas Junction with a train for Strap burg, at Warrenton J a ction with a train for War renton, and at Oordonsville with tha trains on the Yir-^lnia Central Railroad for Richmond, Charlottce vllle, and 8taunton. The cars ieave Oordonsville daily for Alexacdrla and interme^lUte stations, at before 12, a. c>.., on the arrival of the train.* or the Virginia Central rail road from Richmond, Charlottesville, and Staunton. T'IROUO'J TICKETS. From Alexandra to Warrenton $2 00 " 14 Oordonsville 3 60 " ** Charlottesville 4 25 u " Staunton 5 90 u u Strasbnr; 3 60 *? 44 Lynchburg 6 76 M u Winchester 8 60 " 44 Luray 4 25 H " New Market 6 00 '?? M Mlddleburg 2 26 Per Lynchburg, connecting with the stage., at Chailottebillle, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Frl> days For Lurey and New Market, connecting with the ? axes at Culpepasr, on Tuesdays,Thursdays, and Sat urday. For Winchester daily, connecting with the stages at Pieloiout For Mlddleburg daily, connecting with the stages at the Plains. Per ori?r: V7. U. L'" JCS*TT, Agent. nov 7?dtf FOR MOUNT VERNON. On TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS. [Fare round trip Si; from Alex andria 76 cants ?The THOMAS COLLYKR leaves Washington at 9 and Alaxandria at o'clock. Coachas leave the Capitol for tte boat at 8)? o'clk. Cc&ch fare 10 cents. Persona winhlag the Coaches will leave their resi dence with Qeo. A Tbos. Parker. llefibshmects on the bofat. Oct 28?dtf 8AM'L QEDNSY, Capi. TI1K KKW YORK * L1VEHPOUL UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. The ships comprising this unr ari THE? ATLANTIC, Capt. West PACIFIC, dapt. Nye, BALTIC, Capt. Camstock, ADRIATIC, Capt. Graiton. Theee ships have been built by contract, express ly for Government service; every care has been taken in their construction, as in the Engines to insure strength and speed, and their aeoommoda* tione for passengers are unenualled for elegance and comfort. Price of passage from New York to Liverpool, in first cabin |190 Second Cabin 70 Xxcluaive use of extra size* state rooms 800 From Liverpool to New York ?30 and ?20. An experienced surgeon attached to each ship. No berth can be secured until paid for. For freight er passage apply to EDWARD K. COLLINS A 00., 68 Wall street, New York. BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO, LiverpoeL E. G. ROBERTS A 00., 13 King's Arms Yard, London. JOHN MUNR01 A CO, 26 Roe Notre Dame des Vi< toires, Paris. GEO. 0. DRAPBR, Havse. The owner* of these ships will ?ot be aeocuctabl* for ?0)1, ciiver, bullion, specie, jewelry, precious stents or iii^tala, unles? bills ef lading are aignad tUer?fc r, and the value thereof therein expwssed nov 16?dly NAVY SUPPLIES?1856-'56. Matt DvurtnT, ) Bureau of PtoiMpm and OMiIm. > MM 14, 1?M. j S1PABATB PROPOSALS, saalad and enlomd ??Proposal* t>r Niry Suppll**/' will be reT*?ed ?tthi*Burea until 8 o'block p . m. on Saturday, ?la 14th ('?? of Aprl seit. for tarnishing and dell rar ing (on rco4T .ng two d-**' notice, eioept for biscuit, for which five dayV not! * (hall be given tor every twenty thousand pound* required) at the United States navy-yard* at Charlestowa, MaesachufCtts, Brocklvn, New Tort, and Gcspo i, Virginia, such quantities, inly of the foPowtng articles as may be required or ordered from the e-ntraettrrs by 'he chief of thia bureau, or by the rasp'ctiv* commaiMi ing officers o "the Mid navy-yardr, during the fiscal jbAr ending June SO, I960, vie 1 Flour, UnaH, wtilekey, sugar, tea. c?1*e, rice ufilasse*, vinegar, oickta, bciiwi and dried apple* The flour nh*U be superfine, and of the manufac ture of wheat grown in the year 1863 or 18S6 j but ahall in all cams t? manufactured from wheat of the crop immediately preceding the data* ef the re quisition for the same; ahall be perfectly sweet, and in hll respects of tha beet quality, and shall b* deliv ered in *ooi shipping order, free of all charge to the United State*, In the best n*w, well aeaeonc>, sound Iright barrels, or half barrels, as the caae may be? the atavea and headidgs to be of whi e e?k of th? beet quality, strong and well"hcoped, with linsng hoops argued each head, and equal in quality to sample barrel at aaid navv yards, two half barrels to be considered as a barr*], and not mora than one 'sixth the required quantity to be 'n halt barrels Th- biscuit shall be made wholly from sweet ru perfiae flour, of the manufacture cf the year 18M or 1856, but aball in alt caaea be manufactured frtrn fliur made of the crop Immediately pnoedinx'hs dafea of the requisltiona for the aame; and ahali be fnliy equal in quality, and conlbim In aiae and shape to the aamples which are d-poeited in the aid navy yard; ahall be properly baked, thorough ly kiln dried, well facked, and delivered free rf charge to the United States, in good, sound, well dried, brlghi flour barrels, as shove deecribed. w ith !b?head well secur?d; or in air and water-tight whiskey or spirit barrels, at the option of the bu Mi. The whiskey shall be made wholly fromgra'n found and merchantable, and be flity per cent, above proof awarding to th* United Ptates custom. : house standard. It ahall be delivered in good, new sound, hrfgh', three quarters hocp-d, well-eeaar ned whi mi oik barrels, with white eak headf, the beads to be mada ofthroe piece heading and well painwd; tna staves not to be leea than iu inch thick, and the h?ads not lees than % inch thick; and each barrel ahall be eocp?red, in addition. ?ith one three-perry iron-bo;pon each bilge inch in width, and 1-16?h inch thick, and on* threepenny hoop on eaah chime, I j% inch in width, ard 116th inch thick, n? per diagram. The whole to be put in gocd ah'ppiug order, free of all chargo to the UnH?d States. The sugar aball be according to sample* at th? raid navy yards; and be dry and lit for packing. The tea shall bs of good quality Toung Hyson, equal to the tamplei at aaid navy yard*. lbe cMTee aha 1 be the beat Cuba, aooorlicg to ?ample The ric shall be of the very b?at quality, and cf th-? crop tmmeliately preceding the dates of the re qui'itione for the same. The mrlaces sbaU be fully equal to the Very le ? quality of r.'ew ^rlaaa* molasses, aid aha'l be del1 \ ? t red In we 1-seaeoned red cak tarr-1% with wbl e p.ns head* not lees than inch thlch ; the starve not le?a than % inch thi'k; the barre's to be thr?? quarters hoopot, and. In addition, to h .ve four iron hops, one ou each bilge, 1} inch in width a^d ue h'xteenth icch th'ck, and one on ea-h chime Inch In width, and 116 inch thick, and shall b thoit ughly coope edand plaoed In the best shiprir ? condition The vine4ar shall be of the first quality cider Tin egar, equal to the stasdsrd of the United *ts*es rh>>rm*copacia, and sha I contain no other thtn Mftic acid; and shall he delivered In barrel* n'al lar In all respect] to those required for riolai e?, with the exception that whit* oak staves and sh^U be substituted for red oak s aves and white pin* hrad?, and shall be thoroughly coopered and plaoed in the best shipping order. lho pickles eUall b- put up in ir"n bound casks, and each cash shall contain one gallon of onloas. one gallon of pvpjers, end thirtoen gallons of small cuctUDkeH,aid thn terstab'ea in etch shall we^h ninety pound', and they only be paid for; and eecfc cask shnlt then t>? filled with white wine vinegar o* at least 42 degrees of ctrength, and e?iual to Frenrh vicegar: the Oisk*, T^g-tables, and vinegar shall <onf( rm and be equal in all respects to the .-ampl's dt'p^sitwl at the above named navy yards, and the contractors ahsll warrant and guaranty that tbev will ke-p good and round for at Wat twoycara. Tbe braos shall be of the very b?*t quality w It* beans, and shall be of the crop immediately precyj .nj: the dates cf he requisition f r th* saire. 1 h* dried app'e* sLa:l be of the bast quality, and shall be prepared by nm-drying only, and nhall be of the crop of th* autumn imiu^Jlar^y preceilos the dates of the requ'sitlons for the same. All fhe foregoing d srrbed article, embracing cask*, hirrelr., half-barn Is and boxes, ahall b?sut ject t? such inspection as the chief cf this buraau may dtrecl. the inspecting ofB-er to be appointed by the Navy Department. Ail lnsp-ettons to l>e at place of delivery. Biscuit may, ncw?ver, be inapvt ei at the placeof manufacture, but will In all casci be subject to a final Inspection at the placd ff deliv ery b-lore bids are signed therefor. The pricei of all the fcr^go'n* ariic'ei to b? th?* same throcghout the year, and b'ddars may offer ft r one or more articles. All the casks, tarrela, and half barrela, boxes, or rackagrs, s^aH be marked with their conUnti an;*, the contraotrr's name All the barrals and half barrel* of flour, bread, and pirkels shall have, Id addition to the above, the year wb?n manufactured or (ut up, marked upon them. The f&aplee referred ?o in ttis ?lverti?emtnt ar<? tho'e s-lec ed for the ensuing fiscal ye*r, l.av no rcfrrcTtce to tuc-h at htvt been prrvioutly rxhi hibitei. The quantity of these article* which will be re quired cuinot be precisely stated. They will prob*. bly te about? To be offered for. 'lour - 1,200 bbls p??r bbl cult 1,800,000 !?? per 100 lbe Whiskey 3S.000 gale p??r gal Sugar 200.000 lNt ptr lb Tea - 20,000 lbi per lb Coffee 10.00J lbs per lb Kice 200 000 lbs per lb Mola-se- ?0.000 gals pergr l ?eana........#M?............... 6 000 bush?? ?. per bush Vinegar TO.OOO ga's per gal Cried apple* 50,000 lb* per ib PicNea 180,000 lbe per lb The quantities of any or alt may be increased or diminished as the service may hereafter require The contracts will theref>re be* made, not for speci fic quantities but for such quantities a* the serv ce may require to be delivered at those navy-yarda re spectively. Contractor* not residing at the places where de liveries are required must establish ?ec chs at such places, that no delay msy arise in furnishing wh-u may be required; and wh n a wntraetor tail* promptly to comply with a requisition, the Chief of the Bureau of Provisions ant Clcthing shall be au thorized to direct purchases to be m*de to supp'v t|ie defie'esey, under the penalty to be express*! in tha contract; the record of a requisition, or a derli ca*e copy thereof at the Bureau cf Froviaions aud t lotblng, or at either of the navy-yarde afonaa d, ahall be evid nc? that auch requiaition baa Uen made and received. Separate off?r8 must be ma2e for each article at each cf the afore.aiJ navy-yards; and in ca'e more ?^e art,cl? ? oontained in the effer. the Chiel of tfce Bureau will have the right to accept ooe or more of the articlea contained in auch offer, and re jeot the remainder; and bidders whose proposala ar?.j?c?eptw? <*n'1 E0D? othem) will be forthwith notified, and as -arly as practicable a contract will be transmitted to them for execution; which con tract must be retarned to the Bureau within ten raya exclusive ?f the time requlrel for the rviralar tramml'aion of the mail. '<wo more approvel sureties, in a sum equal to ii amount of t la re*pactive contracts, W I u T<iaiw1' "nd ten centum in addition will be wlthhell from the am.-unt cf all psymeats on account therecf asoo lateral e-curity.ln additior, to a? cure its j-erf rmance, and not in any evant to be paid untditisin all refpacts compii*d wi h, ninety pj.r <4Bbm ef the amount cf aft deliveriea made wi.l be rtTi by tie navy agent withia thirty days after blla duly authenticated shall have been presented to him. Hank f rma of propoeal* may be obtained on ap plication to the navy agenta at Portsmmlh, New llampehlre : Boston, New York, Philadel(hia, Balll wora, Washington, Norfolk, Penaacola, and at thl DUTHUL p8eo?V ?r duplicate of the letter informing a bidder of th* acoeptanoe of his proposal, will be deemed a notification thereof; within the meant m; of the Act of 184(V, and hIb bid will be made aooec^ ?din conformity with thia understanding. ??er ?nat be accompanied (a* dl 'n ^ of Congrea* making appropria a?T '4T, approved 0th August, 1840,) by a written guarantee, ahmed by oitoor more responsible persona, to the effect that if6 ^ th*t ^ bWdOT w bkW*? *iU LSL JltOH ? W,1,6 ??*P*?d, enter into an obii #Jtw? pro?o**d. The bureau wi 1 10 Pr?P??l consider unless aocom guarantee required by law; tbeoom petentency of tli* guarantee to by the certified 1 y ^?.navy-agent, district attorney, or soma officer of S?wene government known tothe bureau. The attention of biddera is called to the atmple* P^?n ?f articlea required, as in the ln 'lii v11 "caption, a just but rigid eompuisi n will be made between the articles offered and 'he aample ?"'d contract, reoeiving none that toll below them; and their attention is alao particularly di rected to the annexed joint resolution, in aldltion to the act of the 10th August, 1846: 1'struct firm tk* act o/^fon^re/i rpptvvmi August . 6 Jnd ^ macUd^ Tta' from and aftar th* passage of thia aot every pro oaal for n> val aupplGmvltad by the Secretary of the Na?J tinder the provHo to the gsnaral appropriation Ml tortbe navv, approved March third, aUhteen h.? deed and ^atyAhiea, .UU be ^Sa^ \\\ written guaianft/tlguad by one or innttv?nn?a bto rm w tt? SSS UM b.'? tSyUSJSil (hat Ik* bidder or Udders win, if bis er tbetr M4 be ?oeepted, eater Into aa obligation ta saeb Mb* as nar ba nreselWd by tbe Secretary of tbe Mary, rltli good tad safflc*rnt aurtJUe, to furmtti the svr tliss prop ma. No proposal abs 1 be in^m n. aptatod by n^h guarantee. if tier ih? Mo-]*aae* of ? proposal lad t asttfl etloa thereof'o ba bidder or Udders. he or ibey shall full ta erter n?o an sbllfstien within t^a time preee-lbed by tba lee et-ry ct ? be Karr with good and anfloieet i iea, for umLhiag tbe toppiles, tbea tt a Bar* >f lb.? Nary shall proofed to oontreet wiib < dV - p*'?on or person* far fu-nish'ng tba said ra>; >'le- ? n 1 ??>?)! f >rth with caaae tba dlfferaace b'? warn ihe amount contained la tba ptoposal so n?r?<l and tba amount for wblcb ba may ba** ontrastel for foral*bin* tba said supplies tor tba ? hole reriod of th? prcpopoeal to ba iba~p?< ap >ra'n*t aaid Wll-r or biddrr*, and bis or tbelr faai rtor cr gnaran'ors; and tba sua* mar b< laaMi* >te!y recovered by tba United f fates, tor tba aaa of ha Nary Department, in an ec<i?a of dab* agala t Ither or all of sa<d per^'m*.* [Public, No. 7.] 'otirr Resoi rnon relative to bid# for provlaioa^ clothing, and email atorea fnr the am of tba aavy. Rrtoivd by thr Srnat' and Houm of Rrprttmk* ire$ of the Unitni Sta'rt of Amrrtca m Omfrrtt aa> rmbi#U That all bid* for ruppltax of jirriTjnhiaa, lothing. and amall store* for the uv r-f tba nary nay be rejected, at tha option of tba deinrtroent, If nade by ona who In not knowit a* a manufacturer >f, or regular dealer In, tba article propoaad to ba urnisbed, which fart, or tha reveree. moat ha dW inctiy stated in tba bid* offered; that th?- hid* of all wreons who may bara failed to comply with tba ?aditioo* of any contracts ther may bara prevV xvaly entered into with tha United fctatr* shall, at tha option of the department, be rejeeted; that It pore than ona bid ba offered for tha supply of aa u-ticla on account of any ona party, either la bis swn name, or in the nam* of hie partner, rlqrk, or my other peraon, tba whole of such bid* aball ba iw acted at the option of the department; and CM na. partners of any firm aball not be weired aa iies for each other; and that, whenever it aisy teemed nee-saary. fbr the interval of the govern ment tad the health of the crew* of tba Called State* vessel*, to procure particular brand* of floof ahlch are known to keep best oa diatant atattona, he Bureau of Prori*k>aa and and Clotblac, with hp approbation of the Secretary of the Nary, be, and hereby 1*, authorised to procure tba ?a oa he beat term*, In market orert Approred 27 March, 18M. mar 17?law4w AN APPEAL TO COMMON SKNSB. lit tbi nri hi?a thi TRtrra. Captain BekjaMim.?Wherever known hie teeil luooy will be concluaive. But leat iboee who 4m not know the Captain *h<>uid beereptical, Dr. lAa?a <on k Bro., with oth?r* of tb? b*-*t known and inn* highly r^peciable citizcna of E^aatoa, endorae bta wonderful cure by HAMPTON'S VEGETABLE TINCTTEB. Castok, Oct. 4,1?54. Meaara. Mortimei 4' Mow'ray: Gentlemen?I feci it my only to y?u and the p*b lie to certify to the cffecta of Hampton*! Vegetable Tincture. I waa for more than five years laboring under a di*raae of Chronic Rhemnatiam. aad the pr? .it part of that time f wa? *o belplea* tbat I bad to he h?*lp?-d from my bed and drc^d in my clothes I became redt'cerf to a mere skeleton. All ths med icine* I tor.k done me no food, and I continaod ??? grow w??rse. I heard of Hampton'* Tiacfare and thought I would give it a trial. At tbia time I did not expect to lire one day after another. 1 }?d not take it (the Tincture) for the P.beumau.->m, but in a abort time I was well of that dia< a*e. From tba cffecta of your '1 incture and the help of fJod 1 am now gettiiis in good health. I wi-h ail the afiticted to try Hampton's Vegetab>* Tincture, as I have drae, with the aame cffect UMt it haa on Yonr obedient servant, Isaac BuJAmii. We are acquainted with l?aac B< njamm, said him aomeof HamptonV Vegetable Tincture, andbo iieve the Above *tatrment correct. Dawsok It Bbo. From our knowledge of Captain Benjamin we ara confident that the above itlat?>m'>nt i* true aad aa exageratcd. J. A. JoHseew, Charlis R >srssoa. Call nnd get pamphlet* van*, and see euros of Cough, Bronchitis, Kheumau.>m, Nrur;uria, Ovs pepoia, Nervoui?ne*? and General Weakness. Asa female medicine or for delicate children we believe it unequalled. Pold by MORTINBR k MOWBRAY, IfOllaJti more street,'Baltimore; and .'#W Broadway. N. York Cras. Stott & Co.. J. R. Moorr, p. B. Ci.tkn, CLARFr &. Bowi.ino, W. En.iOT.arrd H. McPbbb son, Washington; alao, by K. t*. F. Cia*ti., George town, and C. C. Bcrf.t, Alexandria, and by Drug gists everywhere. }an 8?tr COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS," iCallaf In Flra 1*11 mates. TYLERS COHTOUND GUM ARABIC STRUT. 1" U U increaeing demand for this most plsasaat, *af*. snd efSeaeioua remedy tor all pulmonary di<5< aae*, has enabled tha prorrlsf?r to reduce tba price so aa to place it within the reash of ali daasa Its saperiority orer most similar prsparettons Is at tested by many eminent phyfdans wbo bsvs beea St witness** of |?j efficacy when the usnal tsai have failed; rleo by tboaaand of oar moat i? * spec labia clUtena who have uaad it in their families both asprevntire ao1 core with never failing sae> ceas f"r the last twenty jewr.*, daring which period With very little aid from advertiaiug. te., it ba gradually rproad reputation over *hs whole Union. In cases of recent Or44i Caught, Jicarte^tt, 4c , It gives immadiats relief, and gen* rally cures in a day or two, without interfering with diet or buriaa*r, or resdering the system more smceprlblecf (&di,la chrorlc c;isee, AtOima, Wht<cp-ng Lough. Ortmp^ Bronchifit, Aff' ^Uom of the Lvngt, and Ommmrn tin a, it Is always 'ery b*neficis!. acj seldom wbsn eommecoed ii> time to perfcet a ears. Price Ut sad 60 cevt* a bet tie. Bold who!osa!s by Patterson A Nairn, Bfcott A Oo, Rldg*ly A Co. Alexandria by Feel A Stevens, la Georgetown by Mr. Oiseel. *9- TYLER'S GUM ARABIC CJIXDI DRQFft a similar composition to the r.bove, but in a milder and mere portable frra; they art like a charm oa a troublesome Ccugh, and clear the throat and voloe; they certain no injurious drug, ara parUcn larly reoommendau for children, frequcr>rs of |>lb lie asseriblies, puhlic r.p?ak?<rs. singers, Ac. Pri^e 12J^ snd 86 c?nts per box. For sala at most Drug aud Oandy Stores. oet 17?tf PIHLADKIiPBI A LAGER BEIR DEPOT, 3 81 Pa. acnue, Mireen 4^ nad Gth sfreef. WE have at all times the best Philadelphia La ger llcer on hand, and offer it now for sale for $3 (>er keg, and in quart bottles for f 1 50 pex dozen. We send the Beer free of co>ts to all parts of tha city. Many physicians have recomniendcd tbia Beer a? one of the best remedies for weak stomachs* mar 5?lm* F. C. A. W. CKRECKK. WATCIl ICS AND JKWKLRV.-l have on hand a rood supply of fiue A WATCHES and JEWELRY which will be sold very cheap to suit the times. Gold l ? M vcr Watcbe* as low as ^*25, warranted to^** keep good time. Call and see for yourselves at the store of j. ROBINSOK, 310 Pa. avc., oppo. Browns' Hotel, feb 28?dim GRATIS ! JUST PUBLISHED: A NEW DISCOVERY III MEDICINE! A FEW word* on tha Rational Treatment, with out Medicine, of Spermatorrhea, -njft or Local Weakness, Nervoua labili ty, Low Spiritc, Lassitude, Weak ness of the Limbs and Back, (ndispo-i suion and Incapacity for Study -rH' Labor, Dullness of" Apprehenaion. Lom of Memory aversion to Society, Love of Solitude. Timidity', Self Distrust, Diariness, Head Ache, Involnnta^ Disc barges, Pain in the Side, Affection of the Eyea, Pimples on the Face, Sexual and other infirmities in man. PROM THE FRENCH OF DR B. DE LANEY. The important fact that these alarming complaints may easily be removed without Medicine is, in this small tract, oh arly demonstrated; and the entirely new and highly successful treatment, as adopted by the author, fully explained, by mr&iis of which ev e/y onc enabled to cure hiniaelf perfectly, and at the h ast po?ible cost, avoiding thereby al I the ad vertised noatrums of the day. Sent to any addn^s, gratis, and poet free in a sealed envelope, by remitting (post paid) two post, age stamps to Dr. B. DE LANEY, No. 17 Liapenaitf street, New York. jan 17?3m PIANOS FOR SALE AND RENT. _ THE subscriber has always on band a aaort' ment of German snd American ANOS, from the very beat manufacturersfVVVH which he offers for sale at lower prices ? " than can be purchased in the District of Columbia and i n the most accommodating terms. All Pianos' purchased from me are warranted to give satMao tion. Old Pianos taken in exchange. B. REISS, Professor of Music, eb Urt?enl11 "d Flftw>lb streets. FOR POOR AND LABORING MEN OMALL BUILDING LOTS of if f?t .rWre,'la tow crl^.^nSTf14 01 H1* City? Georgetown, at lew prices, and terns to suit. LLOYD k 00. IDILD1IO STORK. wlSiSton^^ii! ftt the ?? " *?unfton, Georgetown, or Alazaadria. .... _ LLOYD A 00. ,T n lTUtb Ofp. Tieasnry Departsaat. i a,r.o?R?ANS F0R SALE. A ^ 5IOK to?*'1 CHAPEL ORGAN; and a ?L fine Roeewood PARLOR ORGAN, both now OB exhibition at the Metrop .lltan Mei-baniea' Fair. SSSTO XUt" m*n"*rv*y R\ r.KBV.W ?Jjf ?y ?? Pttif. SCHEEL, on Mtb rtb alKi/ HENRY EttBEN

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