Newspaper of Evening Star, February 24, 1857, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated February 24, 1857 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. B&ILLIA9TS. FROST FLOWERS. Oa tk? window pane are hoary froet ? flower a silver Bern ot^vapon transitory, budding In the night Now the air becoming warmer with the growing day, Lo the froet flowera from their former splendor melt ?w?jr. ?o, oh heart, thy dreamy sorrow* spring from nightly frera. Which, when drawn the tunny morrows, flow ?way In tears [fro&tke U(7 im.no/ Yogi. A SCENE AT MORN-BREAK. L'atea ! the touch of morning on the plain Make* every tree a lyre Lo f how It aenda A soothing energy through every vein, A ad pour* abur. dance Into weed and leaf. Througe measureless creation " E'en to die? To breathe In aimple confidence the eoul Forth to embrace tne morning?were but sweat At auoh an hour a* this : [Charities. SYMPATHY. Mutual wishes, mutual woeaendear. The aoclal smile, and sympetnetlc tear. [tfrsy ARRIVALS ATTHB PRINCIPAL HOTELS Willnrris* Ifelel ?J fl. * ? A W1LLA1B. W 8 Harris, Fla Mr Hurray, dr, N * W II Johnson. O E Be.kuap. N V Mis* Bclknad, do F 8 Johnson, t?a H J OH eon, do ?f J Psnford, Miss Ma Stanford, do M Keer, do J J Sherman, N Y C B Hcttiran, du WKurtrufT, do W Barton. k a C J Carroll, Vd J R Coggahe 1. K1 A Coresoell. do B Washington. Cal J A Pulien. NY G \V Bull, ly, do V Burnett, ly. do Mlaa Burr, do Mlee Hrnklna.NY T Ray.ly.M* J 9 Cupp- Cal Col Inge do J A Godfrey, do K D Pa mer, N Y G S Nichols ly, do W Shrilly, Md T M Smith, do J P F sher, SUN ? Cur ran, 8C B Tarlor, Pa C W Howell, do T Baldwin, do Hou J Bishop, G Baldwin, wis 8 L Risk, NY f Master, do H Lamhorn. do J C Miller, dt E W Bradford, Ky A T Hedrick, .-lass O Wilson, ly, En? Mia? Wilson, do r B Wliner, b conkllng, J Turgey, ly, Del J J Turgty, do C M Lets, n, N Y \V L) Colfer, La J Whittle, lv, Pa Miss Lutte, do J Lutte, V ass W W Dorian, Mich J Pearson, NY H Tylord, U D E Ha)l,fon,NY J H Dal!, Cal E P Borton O J W Rosa, It, sen, Pa W henkel, do S J Coyle, N Y T P Grten, SC J Rood, NY S Rood, do W L Nixon, do Ml** L we, de Col B agg, W? P* Miss Bray, do T Hammlll, Ct W Kl/by, ly, Pa W Lobe son, Va D E Tuttle, Md Mr Meleon, ly, NY W Kiebbs, ly, do Miss Rrebbs, do W Mithenyr, ly. son. La R Cress, do S D Jenkins, Wit S Welles, Ten W Simpson, Mo G Spang, NY P Brent, Aid T Sn.i h, do Capt Stewart, USN National 11 olei ??UT A Bftiaas W Thatcher Del R B Elllaon, Pa W Mc Lane her, Ten N Shepherd, NY C A heube'g, Md E R Carpentfer. Cal| J P Foster, USN R S Browning, US.MC L G Porter, Can E D Palmee, NY J Bocock, Ala W W Shore, NY C Keen, Ky G Harrison. NY A McLaughlin, Md D Klagsbnrg, do J T Bunn, 1:1 W Smith, NY * J P Groves, 111 W W Marsh. NI Miss Marsh, do R Colster, Va J Tyson, Md J H Behan, Va W W ailace, P* C Brady, do 8 Han-el do B Mitchell, E J Morse, Md J J Rider. NM B Llppnoott, NJ C H (stern, do W Brown, Mo J B Coates. NY J B Allea, Mass A y Blake A son, NY W M Pen nail. Va e W Carson k ly. N Y W W Carson. d? Kit Carson, do J udge Craln, Md H J Rcgera, d j W Robiuson do T Fortune, do J M Bosley, do J 6 Brren, do O C Green, do J L Maguln. do G m Gardwln, SC A G Gardwln, do P G Bayiey, Va H D Kumiss, do H E B jel MT A M Hoppelet, SC H L King, Ba Mlsa King, do T J Moncun, Va J Selbel, Ala , D Cook, Tenn N C Klcny, Va J Jones, do J White, Me W H Stndder, Maaa J L Hutklns, NY X ClemeuU, NH A N Pitta, do W S Sci,ne^k. O Mr Ln^enbeck, Pit la R N Venable, MT I'ol Brsg A ly. Pa Mrs r'peucer, Md J N Hall, do Mia3 Whl:a, Oa A D Browne, NY Col C J one, Pa Mrs Jones, do J F Morsell, NT 8 P Milton, J R Foster, III D Bna, NY Rrssit* Betel.'? T. T. b M. ItOWl, A C Ramsey, NY It Alker, N H O B Smith. O 8 C Smith, ly, Maaa J Btgier, NY D T JeCTrlea. Pa H Shactelford, Va J E Berginn,Mo J B v %v ?*a J T Croeknt'l, NT W E Marr. fs?n, Md Mlas Smith do G W Home, do G A Smith, Mo L J Burt, Miss Mr PI a miner Md W Gorathmey, USN J N Vaffi!, do E S Harrison, fam, Va Miss Hart, do Miss L Hart, do Miss Soott Md H W Dorsev do F E Pitts. Tenn C Ridden, Md R Dorsey, .Md J sealey,ly Miss klvar.a, Tex Col L BaoneA, 111 W Ma-on K J Armstrong, V a J Aarbuur, do Coi N Webo, do J S Birbo .r, do G *V Enrhart, Md J R Logs'.rch, Rl Kr Cojr^eshMl, do R Ealston. Va J J J oces, d > N O Kinney, do J A Eurthell, do K C Marshall, do J B)wllng, Md H A Bowling, do J U Champion, I a A Hewllngs. do A N Bonn, NY J B Smith, Pa C Ca"h?ry, Iowa C H ?Vlltberger, do Milkweed lie J Patrick, Pa J N Patrick, NT E Keeton, Ark L T Pulllam, do O E Woods, Pa J WhUmore, M/ss W B PblUlpa, 1 j? U 6 F oresee. MIm N Thatcher, i>el 8 B Morr. dr, Tenn j;j Keenan. NE Vatrrvntianal L C Raaeell. Md N WlllU A son, Pa B F Baskine, do J Webeter, O 8 B Morrison, Va Mrs C Lewis. NJ J R Jones, N Y aee.?J. k a. d. kibewood, D Kerr, Miss T J Stanford, do M Wcodhouse, NY J a own an, do T P Chlsman, Va M J Wr!ghf, Tenn Dr S Duval, Va A K Conley, ly, Mass J C Contey, do N K Bowman, 6a W J McCauley, 111 Hotel?Pern avenue C Robblns, Conn A M Ijoon. Pa F Moore, Mass R H McLelland, Md F C Lee, do H J Turplns M H Jones, MT The Atteatlea ef the peblle Is re sysetfallj called to the fellewlag Netlee : VABNELL'S rAlNTlNfi EMPORIUM JUST OPENED ON A NEW PLAN. NO. ?1 Louisiana avenue, between Oth and 7lh ?U north side, *lgn of tne la'ge Eagle. HOI SE, SIGN, and FANCY PAINTING of every dmertption will be executed at reasonable prices, aad bv competent workmen. 1 am determined to give entire satisfaction to all who f?Ul give me a trial. Sign and Fancy Work ten per tent cheaper than lis old standard yric*. The Establishment will be cpen from ? a m , to ^ pe?i <$ o'clock p. m , and all ord?-n. wlU be promptly attended to_ trb lft-film ONLY ONE SECOND HAND PI A .NO left at VV. G MKTZtlROTT^^Sto Music Depot, comer 11th street andfT^^^ Pean avenue W 111 be sold very cheap, to male room for six of Muzzore's Iron Pianos, which ate In the Co'istom House now. feb vo THE OLD PRICES ONUE MORE. WE ARE NOW SELLING THE Bt-ST COVE OYSTERS, from Her-, ring Bay, at SI P*r gnllon, wa.ranted' superior to any ia this city SCH W'ARZE it DRURY. feb 9a> 4SV 11th street, *d door above E? HARPER'S WEEKLY, FOR SAT urday, February 511st Contents: Central America , Men made to Order; Evidence in the Burdellcase A Splendid Invitation; Soruwfor H-tenee, Man about Town; Chat; How long ought We to Live; Wooden Nutmegs In Italy ; Literary Oid?<t Clfvln America; ForelgnNews; Dou.sstic latdltgeuce; Nofee and tinerlea; Arts and Sciences , Foreign Religl us Items; Agileul cural items; Bonbons from Paris, The Dead Secret Th* Defaulting Teller ; W lse and Other wl-e, Ac . Ac , Ae per annum, or 5 cents singly. <leb?l) fKANCK TAYLOR. BEAITIVLL NEW CHINA Orr.amenta jost opening at MCLAUGHLIN A CO >S, feb It ?, bet Sth and ?th sti Three becutipul mklodcons Just opened and for sale low JOHN F ELLIS, fab ie bet 9th and lith sts. PBtAP REAU1NO, AT THE CIKCULA V^t!a|t Library Call and get Books at ?ER?sUSON*Sa?W Seventh at. BEST NATIONAL RATING HOL'SK. C?rtur of Ofk ttrittand Ptnntflvnim mvtnm. THE PROPRIETORS OF THIS OLD, well known, and popular establish ment bee leave to remind tbe citizens gen- to!* ?rail* ir./i itrinffm (l.lllnvth* metroDolls. . ?ery OY8 WU WCil\.t V Ul Ml*1 - TEES, TERRAPINS, DUCKS, Dl*?8!,"* GAME OF ALL KINDS, together with all the substantial*. .... Our bar is well stocked with the choicest W lnes and Liquors of all kinds Dinner .snd Sapper Parties a? in the most approved style and at short notice. Meals furnished at sll hours, day or night, and Board at moderate rates We have also Furnished Roomsaad aero m mo detlons for lodgings, and Parlors for the accom modstlon of guest* and parties. Families supplied as usual with Soup, Oysters, Ac. WM. COKE A CHAS. MALORD, feb II eolm Proprietors This is to give notice that The subscriber hath obtained from the Orphan's Court of Washington County, in the District of Columbia, letters of aduilnlstr ticn on the per sonal estate of Reuben lire wo, late of Washington County, deceased All persons having claims against the tald deceased, are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vou-hers thereof, to the subscriber, on or before the 18th day of Feb ruary next; they may otherwise by law be ex? eluded from all benefit of said estate Given under my hand this 18th day of February, 1357: CHAS. BROWN, Administrator, feb 18-law3w SIUWL?! SHAWLS!! A LARGE AND SELECT STOCK OF Stella and other style* of Shawls, suitable for the approaching Spring, now on hand, and will be sold at a verv low price, by the subscriber, 244 Pann avenue, between 12th and 13th street* feb 3 eolm FRANK A. McGEE. |ZT KKAL ESTATE OKKICE. ?%? A FULL DESCRIPTION OF ALL PROP erty left with me for sale, will be entered on my Sales Book, and receive my personal atten tion, and If a sale Is effected, a reasonable com mission will be cbarg d on the amount of sale I will also " ve personal attention to the Rent ing of Dwellings and other Property, for reason able fees The public may be assured that all business left in my cha-ge, will be attended to with promptness and fidelity; and that it is my inten tion to make my otilcea place of great value to all interested in Real fr. state. Business respectfully solicited. OfiiceatNo. SIS (-.d story) 7th street, opposite National Intel ligencer Office. Jan2*-eo3m POLLARD WEBB. CARD. ISAAC HKRZBERG, LICENSED PAWNBROKER, Will loan 310,000 in iums to suit, on any articles of value No. 420 Pennsylvania avenue, between 3d and 4* streets. Jan 7-eo3m* PROPOSALS FOR A KMT SUPPLIK S. ! Or Fill o? Army Clothing and FqnrAOK,, Philadklphia, Feb 2d, 1857 ' SEALED PROPOSALS ARE INVITED, and will be received at tbls office until 10 o'clock a m , of the 10th day of March nsxt, for fiirnlshlng by contract the following ARMY SUPPLIES "AND MATERIALS, deliverable at the United States Clothing and Equipage De pot. (Schuylkill Arsenal) In quantities required, vli: 5.000 y? dsfi-t dar* b'.ue (Indigo w^ol dyed) rloth, for caps and bands, W( Ighlng about 11 ounces per yard 50,00*) yards <5-4 dark blue (Indigo wool dyed) twilled cloth, weighing 31 ouncca per yard 94,000 yard' 6-4 sky blue (Indigo wool dyed) twilled cloth, weighing 22 ounces per yard 10,000 lard* \ darkblue (lnd'godved) cotton end wool tlinnel, weighing 0* ouncea per yard 07.OCO yards \ white flinnet, (cotton and wool,) to w< i^h fl* ouncej per yard 10,000 yds 33 inch Hack alpaca 44,003 yds )i Car.ton flannel, to weigh 7 oz.pr yd 94,000 yds \ unbleached drilling, do 0* t z pr yd 21,000 yds \ do do do 7* oz pr yd *0 too yd* 30 Inch cotton duck do 22* ei pr yd 11,5'?0 yds 30 inch do do 15* oz pr yd 05 00 > yds 28* incti do db 14* oz pr yd 18 W0 >ds *8* iavh do do 10 cz pr yd 2,500 yds 22 inch do doll ozpryd 3 000 yds *2 inch do do 9 oz pr yd 12.W10 yds24 Incb do dol2*czpryd 18,500 yds 33 inch do do 9* cz pr yd 11;7> 0 do Ru?sia Sheeting 14.500 army blankets, wool, gray, (with the let ter* U s In blick, 4 inches in length, In tbe centre,) to be 7 feet long, and 5 feet 0 lnrhe> wide; each t.'.anket to weigh 5 pound* 4,5W) doz, n pairs half stocking", 3 r?i<"S, r'oporl v made ofg^ d s^nnd tieeoe wool, and with d-mbie and twl ted yarn, to weigh 3 pounds per dozen 12,000 pom p-ons foreoglr.eer*.ordnance.dragoon* rifles, artillery, and Infantry. t3,000 cap bodies 7,2 o vards glued silk, for eovera 100 N C.? brass scales, pairs (Mi) sergeants' do do 11 40" cor|*>rsls and private*' br&aa ?riles 4 N.O.S bronze do do 50sergeants' do do ?*o OfO corpor ils and privates' bropze do do ?**> castles, brass 10,7H> letters, do 10 000 numbers, brass 13.5-JO eagles and rings 7i!0 shell and flames 3 3j0 yds A,-inch worsted lace. J Yellow, scarlet, > sky blue, orange 6 200 yds *-inch do ) md green. 40.000 do Vlnck cotton '"P* 13.4m do *-ineh do do 10,^00 sheets cotton wadding 6 7u0 yards red bunting 6,000 do white do 2,W 0 do blue do ISO garrison flag halyards 35 recratlng do 10 color belts 2.1* 0 gross coat buttona 2.500 do vewt do 2,100 do suspender buttons, white metal 2,1*si do shirt do do 51,4iio tent buttona, wood, small 17,410 do slips, do do 52,i)00 do bdttons, do large 3,4**0 do slips, do do 1**0 hospital tent-poles, sets 840 wall do do 890 common do do 4 '09 hospital ten-pins, large 4,?MJ do do small 8,50*1 will do large 34.100 common do 2,700 galvanized Iron wire rods, for tents 4 150 do do do staples do 3,190 mess pans, Iron 470 camp nettles (3 sizes) 12 8*<0 tin canteens, (3 pints, weight Jl* oz) 2,5*:o Collins' or Hunt's felling axes, (genuine,) 3 sizea 5,t?Oo axe handles 1,*00 pick axes, 2 sizes 3 6"0 do handles 2,< 1*0 camp hatchets 5,000 do handles 1,800 spades, 3 sizes 07 buglee, with extra mouth pieces 07 do eords and tassels 75 trumpets 75 do cords and tassels 3*i drums, artillery 47 do infantry 801 do heads. Datter 470 do do snare 135 do strings 34 u do cords 270 do snares, act* 135 do atieks, pairs 135 do do carriages 18 flfes, B 30 do C. MISCELLANEOUS Silks, red, whits, greeu, and blue, for regi mental flags aad guidons; allk twist, tewing silk, threads; buckles, brass and iron; flax twine, cotton twine, baling rope, brats ihlnbles for fligs, bolting ropes; spears and ferrules lor guidons. All or which It Is desirable should be of do rnestic manufae ure, and must conform, in all re?pe* ts, to the standard patterns tealtd In this ? fi e, where they can be examined. Sample patterns will be sent by mall, witn any additional Information upon tte subject which 'nay be desired by manufacturer wishing to oner proposals om'w ot the amount of each delivery m be retained until the contract shall be com *??,!? ? ,cb U,? *>e forfeited to ihe United of fulflUlBK the terms and atlpulatioca Dll?^ ^1^ (A^?at one-half of tfesesup tions on ^ ln monthly proper SSSSSH^SSSSS monthly proportion., wlilb, The privilege is nerved ofi?cr??sl n?b v fro^i oae-third to one-half the quantityVf aff til.?? plica above mentioned. 4 y of M lhe BUP' Coatrar.ts will be based upon aertpuu Drono aals, for the fnlUiment of which two or mCre^J curl.lea wlU be required Bid- are desired onlv from manufacturers rr regular dealers in tbe ar tlciaa proposed to be furr.isacd, and none will be respected or considered from any one who ia not known aa a manufacturer or regular dealer in *hedesired supples; which fact, or the reverse must be dls'in tly stated lu tbe bids offered, as well V the names and address of the persons in tended to be proposed aa securities, ln case a contract is obtained. Letters containing proposals sbonld be en dorsed : *' Proposals for Army Supplies," ad dressed to K B BABBITT, febt-eofttlOMu. Bfer'tMaJ andA.^.M, dr. VILLARD, Dentist, Late of Csioaao, WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM the cltlaens of the District and g- Jf *?. vicinity. that having located him^lf flldEjJa In Wa*hlngtcn, he la now prepared to "<-U_LI_LW perform all operations, la LI* profeaelon, in the moat approved style Ofice No. 250 Penn. avenue, adjoining Gan der's. JanQO-ly IIKRVtl ?llDli?n D D' OKNTALSCRUeon. R B F. COSBY, PENN AVENUE, BE tween Sixth and Seventh streets, at the place formerly occupied by Dr jwSB Van Patten, has Jxist received a ?ery^tJ11-1' large supply of articles pertain! ;g to dentistry, ana respectfully invites the public to give him a call. Having devoted his whole time to the pro fasslon, he Is perfectly safe In declaring that he will give entire satisfaction In every case The best professional references can be seen at his of fice. nov Pi-tMardMO* DR. MUNSON, AT:08 PENN'A avenue, la still making those beautiful ?oatinuous GUM TEETH, calledAflSSK Allen's Patent, for the excellency nt-ilTTT^T which over all other styles of teeth, many now Wearing them In this city, will cheerfully vouch. There la one Dentist In this city who has been Infringing the patent, and made a bad Imitation of It, against whom 1 hereby caution the public N. B. Whenever a Dentist speaks against Allen's Patent Continuous Sum Teeth, when froftrlf constructed, it la because he Is Ignorant of the process, incompetent to make the work, or ? unwilling to pay for the patent. Je 16-tf DR. C. 8. OOOUMAN, Dentist, and Manufacturer ef Artificial Teeth. Those who are so unfortunate as to require Artificial Teetb will find (without any nonsense or hum-ffkfBS/L buggery.) I'eetb set upon a metalltr MJj FT" bane or plate Materials pure and properly con structed. ai being superior to all other modes The various operations of Dentistry faithfully and properly executed. Trader Teeth rendered useful for life, by new means. Teeth extracted carefuuy, easily, and '?klllfully. ICT" odlce corner of tiih sireet and Pa. avenue. feb7-3m THE mi'KOVE1) RETS OK TEETH. R. LOOM1S, THE INVENTOR AND patentee of 4> Loomls' Mineral Plate Toetn," having smx- s-fully introduced^ his improvement in various cities, has now permauentiy established himself in Wash ing won. ibis Improvement for Sets of Teeth consists chiefly la making a set of but one piece of mate rial, and that indestructible mineral. No metal is used In their construction, and they are there fore free from galvanic action and metallc taste. There are no Join's to become filled with moisture or particles of food, hence they are p*r? ar.i clean. They ure lighter, otronger, ies* clumsy, and, In short, the ptrftctivn o* Anijictal T**tk ; not withstanding certain Dentists speak against them, but they have not t!.e rlgut to make them, do not know hew If they hud, and therefore do not ap preciate thorn. Offlcc on Pennsylvania aveuue, lietween lttb and l'ith streets, two doors below the Klrkwood House doc?l-if MONEY TO LOAN M GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, JEWELRY, GUNS, PISTOLS, and all valuables JOHN ROB INBON, Fawn Broker, feb 1-2m : 41? Pa cv , opp. Browns'Hotel. FHE5H VENISON. UST RECEIVED FROM THE WEST, A large lot of superior VENISON Families and others can be suppi by the saddles, or quantity to sail purchasers Also received, a fresh supply of superior OYSTERS. Families nr.d others supplied at the lowest price, corner of Fenn avenue and 3d street, Union Refectory. Jeb 6-lm B BCHAD. HIBBS'S HAIR MANUFACTORY" Penn. av?n*c, bttvrtiH 'Mk and 10tk struts. WIGS, HALF WIttS, BRAIDS, CURLS, Bandeau*, Frlxzrd K oilers, Ac., always on hand, and made to o.der at a few hours notice. Ladles' Hair Dyed, Sharmooned, Ac ?in the meat complete manner. All sorts of Toilet Articles from the best French and English homes. No 30b Pa avenue, up Btalrs, over Davis' Music Store. N. B?Hair work repaired cr taken In ex change. feb 11-1m O J MATTRESSES OF EVRHY DESCRIPTION, Manufactured at the Falrvlew Steam Mill, A T.E X A Nil a I A , Va. WE INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE trade of Wasbiouiton nr.d vicinity to tbe large assert men t of MATTRESSES now on baud, comprising P*tent-Sp?ln2, Hair, and several hundred llusk and Cotton, of various site*, to meet the demand of the comirg season Orders by mill or otherwise promptly ^gended to, and t?r>r.ds delivered r* Ka!tlm"re rates. Address feb 7-lPt FIX/ PA THICK A ItURNa. OAS FI1TIKM. RH. MILLER, SON fc CO., ALEXAN ? drla. Va , keep constantly on band a hand some variety of CHANDELIERS, PENDANTS BRACK ETS, Ac , frcm the celebrated factory of Cornelius Sc. Haker, wbicli they w.ll guarantee to sell at the sam* prices charged to private par chasers at the salerooms on Chestnut .-treet, Phil adelphia. Also. Drop-lights, Cut Glass and decorated Paper Shades, in great variety. Call and examine for yourselves dec 1 Focket mafs,

AT TAYLOR A MAURY'S. J Pe Cordova's M'p of Texa?; Colton's Town ship Map of Iowa; Chapmnn's Sectional Map of Wisconsin; Celton's Map of Europe; Kansas A Nebraska, with maps; Dlsturnell's M jp of Cali fornia and New Mexico; Meyer A Mlnden's Sec tional Map c>t Minnesota; Colton's Guide Bonk through the U S ; Appleton's Southern and Western Guide; also, Map* of all t?-e Stares, at TAYLOR A MAURY'S, feb 11 Bookstore, near &ih st. S. DORLODOT REIMS C11AMPAMB* "TRESOH DE BUVZY" A.YD "1XL." rpHE UNDERSIGNED IS SOLE AGENT -1 for this city of D.irlodot's " Tresor de ? Bouzy," a champagne celebrated throughout A Europe, and esteemed by concols*eurs as ofW the highest grade, and unsurpassed by anyH other product of the champagne country, which has ootalned a high position in the aristocratic circles of Europe and America. Also, a large stock of other Wine*, Liquors and Cigars. JONAS P. LEVY, Jan 5-tf No. 367 Pa. ave ,opp. National Hotel. POTATOES.?1000 BUSHELS PRIME white MERCER POTATOES, la store,aud for sale la lots to suit purchasers PETER BERRY, Jan 27-tf B5 Water street, Georgetown. IMPORTANT TO UL'ITAR AND FiANO PERFORMERS. This week received a larkesup ply of new and ffcshlonable MUSIC for the Guitar, Piano, Flute, Ac , at our great Piano Es tabllshmept, 306 Pennsylvania avenue, between 9tn and 10th streets. JOHN F. ELLIS. |an30-tf INVASION AND CAPTURE OFWASH Ington, by J S W1 Hams. Price #I Temj>est and Sunshine, or Life In Kentucky Nick Nax for March. Yankee Notions for March. New York Ledger for February *2l*t. Harpers' Weekly do do 14th. I A set of Swede nborg works at half price. For sale by E K. LUNDY, feb 14- No. 12? Bridge St , Georgetown. BRITISH ARMY LIST FOR 1S4T Paraphlet.?The Annual British Army List, corrected to S9th December, 1856, plvlngtbe com missions, war services, and wounds of otllcersof ihe Army, Ordnance and Marines; 1 volume oc tavo? London, I!s57. Wbo's Who. far 1857?A directory to the Rank, Title, sud Officials of tbe British Empire, one pocket volume. Letters from Head-quarter* In thn Crimea, bvlan Odicer of the Stall'; ? volamns. Reddle's Kesearchesin Mari time International Law ; 2 volumes, imported per steamer Persia, by ftb 17 FRANCK TAYLOR. Etiquette at Washington, and complete through the Metropolis and Its en virons, with fine Illustrations. Peprr Covers, 25 cents. Cloth, 50 cents Ju?t published by TAYLOR A MAURY, feb 19 Bookstore, near 0th ?t. JOHN F. ELLIS, iioti Pennsylvania ave nue, between tfth and 10th, four doors from the corner of 10th strest, the most extensive whole sale and retail Piano Forte, Music, and Musical Instrument Establishment In Washington city. feb 11 L. J. MIDDLKTON, DIALZK IN 101, Ojfit* nd D*f*t?Senlkwest aoraer of F aid ??#! flk il?M? feb ?T.lf inn FOOT BALLS, ALL SIZES AND A VJvr all prices, at our greet Fancy Store h.j Mclaughlin a co., feb 18 30, bet bth and 0th sts. Bl RD V A? ES.-CANARY, MOCKING Bind, and Breeding Cages. Bird Seed, Fish Bone, Ac., st G. FRANCIS'S, feb 18 4U0 Tth street. IM^AHNKS MAKUH, Peterson' BaUou's, Ac. FEiIGUSON'S, MO IV ? 4fc6 Seventh at. YORK. LKDHER, THE PEOPLE'S 6eia, for 89th F-bruary. Bay P at ftb It FERGUSON'9, 486 Sevc&tb ft. Medicines. DR. DIIPRIE'I REMEDIES are the only effectual care for External or Internal Piles, Saltrbenm. Ring-Worm, fee. They are unrival led for purifying the blood. 90 cents per box OAce 78 Nassau street, New York, will be sent by mall. For sale by FORD k BIO., oorner of 11th et. and Penn. a venae. oc J3 PRIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE ON THK PHYSIOLOGICAL VllWOF MARR'AGE BY M. B. LA CROIX, IH. D., Albany, H. V. 253 pages -uid 130 line Plain and ColureiU'iiho^vat-hs and Plates. J^PRICE ONLY 2* CENTS -%% jCf-Sti.t Jrtt of postage lo all parts of the t'ni.>? Dr. m k la croix?b physiological VIEW OF MARRI AGE. A new and revised edition of 250pajcs andlSO plates. Price 25 cents a copy, A popular and comprehensive treatise on the[dmie? and casualties of iUtigle'and married life - hap py andfruitful alliances,mode ofsecurir.f ihtm?infelic iT.ua' and infer.ile ones?their oh viation and removal?neiv ous debility, iw causes and' cure, by a piricess at cnce so nmpie, safe, and effectual, that failure u impossible? rules for daily manage ment? an essay on Sperma orrlioea, with practical observation* on u safer and more successful mode of treatment?precautionary hints on the evil results from empirical practice; to which is aided com m:ntaiiw on the di*? a<es of Unities? from infancy to old age?each < a>e graphically illuvrated by beautiful platen It twinta out the remedies lor those self inflicted tru-eri? s and di&appolMed bopes so unfortunately prevalent in the young. It is a trn hful alviser to the married and those conttin' plating marriage. lt.< perusal is particularly w m mended lo'persons entertaining secret iloflbt* of their physical condition, and who are consoi us of having ha/. ircid the heaith,h:ippinoMand privileges to which every human bung is entitled to. Price 36 cents per copy, or five copies for.ei. ?nailed free of postage to any t art of the Unitea States, by addressing Dr. I,A OKOIX, (postpaid,) Albany, New York, eucl-M-ing&'t cents. N. B ?1Those who prefer may consult Pr. LA CUOIX uj.on atiy of toe disease upon which his hook treats, either personally or by mail. His tncd isin<s often cure in the rhoit space of six days, and completely and entirely ?radica'e all traces of those disorders which copa va and cubfrb* have so long b -en thourh' an antidote, to the rum of the healtii cf the p itient. His "French Secret" is the great continental r< ine ly for that cln?s of disorder* which unfortunately, phy.ielans tr? at with mercury, to the irreirievihlc'.te'tr'uctio i of the peticnt's constitution, ar.d which all the tsavsaparilla in the world cannot cure. (S^ Office Xo. 31 Maidnn Lan?, Albany, N. Y. feb 14 rifliwlyf FILES?PILES-FILES. W E 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 ?'Courlerdes Etas Unls," and formerly guntaaker lu Philadelphia: N kw York, Au-;. "iftth, 1856. Us Dupfib?Dear Sir:?1 heretycertify that I have been affllc'r.il wltb the Pile* fur ne?ay sixty years, that 1 have used eighteen bottle: " Barnes' Pile Lotion, and everything else 1 coti' i nere of, but all to no efl'ect, for they did me I ttle or no good. About two months since, I commenced using your remedies fnr the Piles, a'd have the happiness to sav tbat they have bad the desired effect, having cared me 1 consldei this almost a miracle, for 7 am eighty years of aye. 1 sincere ly recommend them to all afflicted with the above complaint. P. VALLEE, 73 Franklin st ? State of New York, ) New York City and County. $ I, Joseph C. Lawrence, do hereby certify that on 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 say that the contents cf the foregoing certificate signed by him are true. In witness whereof 1 have subscribed my name, as Commissioner of Deeds and as a Notary Public of the State of New York, and have af fixed my Notarial Seal at my office,ln New York, this *J6th day of August. 1-56. JOSEPH C. LAWRENCE. Commissioner of Deeds and Notary Public of the State of New York. G7 Wall street, New York We challenge the Medical Faculty of the Uni ted States to produce a certificate equal to the above Dr. Duprle's Remedies are tt>e only ef fectc&l cure for external and Internal Piles. Only 50 rents per box Offlce?76 Nassau street. New York. Will be sent 'oy m.ill to any part cf tbe United States For sale by FORD A BKO., corner of 11th street and Pa ave, Washington, 1>. C. oc 23 PERUVIAN SYRUr, For tit curt ?/ Dysptpsta. Livtr Complaint, l)r 7>.?jr, N<urali(ia, Imipient Diitnttt of tk$ Lutx'i an-l Bronchial Paaagts, Bilts, iJtn tral Utbilily, ft. 'pHIS EXCELLENT MEDIOJNE. WHICH I- has attained a high reputation ana been ex tensively used In Boston and other cities of the Hast, has been received and Is aow offered for sale by 7. D OILMAN, special agent,"J50 Penn sylvania avenue, as also by the general agent, cor ner of L and 3d streets, Navy Yard. The proofs of Its efficacy are so numerous, so weil authenticated, and of such peculiar charac ter, that sufferers cannot reasonably hesitate to re ceive the proffered aid. The Peruvian Syrup does not profeas to be a cure-all, but its range is extensive, because many diseases, apparently unlike, t.re Intimately re lated. and, proceeding from one cause, m&y be cured by one remedy. The c*ass of diseases for which the Syrup pro vides a cure, Is precisely that which has so often baffled the hiirhest order of medical skill. The facts are tangible, the witnesses accessible, and the safety and elficaoy of the Syrup Incontrovert ible. 1 have analyxed the medical preperatioa called the Peruvian Syrup, with reference to the number and kind of active substancescontained In lUand th? durability of the compound as apharmacotitl cal article. The metallic compounds of arsenic, antimony, mercury and zinc are not present, nor Is It possible to detect In it the slightest indica tion of any metallic and mineral poison Its or ganic constituents do not include opium, or any of the drugs yielding poisonous principles. The constituents, when separated, are not even acrid to the taste. 11 is a preparation scientifically and skilfully compounded, possessing all the durabil ity of a splrltuors tincture, without Its objection aLle qualities and the activity of its leading con stituent is preserved through the judicious adap tation of Its solvent. Tip point here attained has been frequently and unsuccessfully sought after by pharmaceutists. Respectfully, A A HAYES, M. D. Asmyer to State of Massachusetts. No. 16 Boylston stieet, Boston, 3d Nov., 1SS5. nov 22-3m W. G. METZEROTT* (StrccxssoK To Gborsb Hilbvs,) Agent of Raven fc llaron'i and Wlllli Millar's CELEBRATED PIANOS, HAS ALWAYS ON HAND THE LARGEST stock of PIANOS from S175 up to (1,000. MELODEONS from 845 to 825), GUITARS, VIOLINS, BRASS INSTRU MENTS, FLUTES. BANJOES, ACCORD EONS, and SHEET MUSIC, cheaper than In anv Louse south of New York. Music published and received every day. Pianos for rent nov 4-tr EN TL EOT EN'S PRESENT CLOTHIR8 made to order at much cheaper rates than the u-ual city prices. Our assortment of Cloths,Casl roeres, an4 Vestlngs being large and complete, we Invite particular attention of purchasers. WALL A STEPHENS, feb 12 382 Pa av.. bet 0th and H'th streets. American almanac?template from Its commencemeat In 1S30, down to 1853, In :ludlng 24 years. A single set of the above, rare* v to be met with. Is for sale by the undersigned, n new uniform, aae call binding. Price 838. jaa*? FRJINCk TAYLOR* Medicine*. T STOP THAT COt'GH ! HE 6REAT REMEDY FOR COUGHS, CoLDf, CROW? and WBOOPINS CoBSH DR. HOSE'S CQJJOH SYRUP Cares Couch* of the worst kind. It also cures hoarseness, .ore throat. weakness of the chest, pain in the breast and long aflfectlons Whew ever there Is p* in mix with the Coogh Syrup 10 drop* of Pain Curer, and yon wlllfiad lmaaedlate relief Dr. Rose's Cough Syrup relieves and frequently cure* a consumptive couch, and forti fies the system against further attacks. irr In bottles at 50 cents snd II. TO rURK CROUP. The lives of thousand of children have been saved, by using Dr. HOSE'S Croup Syrup. It gives Instant relief ?5 cents a bottle. TO CURE WHOOPIHO COUOH Dr. ROSE'S Whooping Cough Syrup Is the only certain cure for whooping Cough. It cures In a short time, and allays all Irritation of the Lungs 50 cents a bottle The above valuable medicines are recommend ed by Fbyalclans who have tried them In their practice To be had of all Drugglsta In Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria. dec 1W?ina HOW TO CURE ALL PAIN. PAIN IS THE FORERUNNER OF MOST diseases?cure the Pain and check thedlseeee DR ROSE'S PA1N-CURER will cure Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Pains In the Limbs, Sides or Bark, Sprains ana Bruises, Ear and Tooth Ache, Pain or Cramp In the Stomach or Bowels, Sore Throat, Burns, Scalds. Ague or Lumps In the Breast, Chills, Spinal Affections, and Pains In the feet Indeed, ft cures all Fain. 1?7~ 12#, '<25, and 5u cents a bottle. If you are Bilious and have a bad Cold, take DR ROSR'S RAILROAD OR A NTl-BIL IOUS PILLS. Ttev cariy off all bile and re move a ccl d. These Fills go abaed of all other Pills In their good etfe-ts |Jj^ Boxes 12U and JfcS csnts. Sold by all Druggists in Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria. deolv-4m COUGH 8? COLD S? HOARSENESS DR. TVLKK'I COMPOUND SYRUP OF GUM ARABIC: The moat Pleasant, Safe and Speedy Core for Whooping Coogh, Croup, Aithxna, Hiieased Longs, and Cons amp tion. Enttrii according to Act ofCfngrett, A. D. 1837. IN AGAIN PRESENTING TOTHENOT1CK of the public the above remedy, we feci that lltfe apology Is needed. Vast numbers In all sections of tne Union are obliged to hive recourse to other source* of relief th?n the Immediate pre scription of their family physician, and as each return of the winter season brings out a host of professedly new specifics, some good, others use less, and many decidedly dangerous. It becomes as much a matter of duty as Interest, believing this to be a remedy, combining the greatest ad vantages, with the least objections of any otner in use, to make it B6 extensively known as prac ticable. That such is Its character, Is abundantly provtd by the fact, that It h.is been extensively used the last twenty years with unparalleled suc cess; that its reputation has continued to spread and Its sale Increase, with little aid from adver tising or published lists of certificates, (which ell know can as ear.llv be had for a worthless preparation as for a meritorious one,) that bv Its own Intrinsic merit, with the recoinm^ndat on of persons benefitted bv its u^e, It has gained Its present popularity; It Is not trumpeted to the world as a specific or cure all, but as a valuable and scientific auxiliary in pulmonary cases, ready at hand, and one that has been generally found to afiord relief where most others have been tried without material benefit As such, it is reoog nlsed by numbers of our leading physicians, who know its composition, and have be?*n eye wit nesses of Its superior ? ia ? v, as well aa by thou sands of our most respectable citizens, to most of whom reference Is cheerfully permitted. Sold at *45 cents, or three bottles in one. 50 rts., bv NAIRN ft PALMER, and CHAS. STOTT, Washington; CISSEL, Georgetown, and FEEL A STEVENS, Alexandria Also, "TYLER'S ti UM ARABIC COUGH CANDY DROPS." the same composition In a portable form, mucn patronised by public speak ers, singers, frequenters of public assemblies, Ae , as they remove all huskiness from tbe throat ana voioe, and act like a charm on a troublesome oough. Price 12# and 25 cents a boi. doc 9-1 y ITER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, For the rapid Core of rorens. colds, hoarseness, BRONCHITIS,WHOOPING-COUGH, CROCP, ASTHMA, AND CONSUMPTION. Among the numerous discoveries Sc!e~cc has mad* in till" gener^Jlon to facilitate the business of life?Increase its enjoyment, and even prolong the term of human existence, nonecan ** named of more real value to manklndthsn this contrlbu ion of Ch-mi?trv to the Healing Art A vast trial of Its virtues throughout this broad couutry, Las proven beyond a doubt, that no medicine or com bination of medicines yet known, can so surely control and cure the numerous varieties of pulmo nary disease which have hitherto swept from our rnldstibousandsandthousandsevery year Ind^ed there is now abundant reason to believe a Reme dy has at length been found which can be relied on, to cure the most dangerous affections of the lungs. Our space here will not permit us to pub lish any proportion of the cures effected by Its use but we would present the followingand refer furtherenouIry to my American Almanac, which the agent below named, will always be pleased to furnished free, wherein are full particulars, and Indisputable proof of these statements. Oppicb or Transportation, \ Laurens, R. R., S C., Aug 4, 185U.) Dit J. C. Atkj> Dear Sir,?My Tittle son, four years old, has Just recovered from a severe attack of maglignsnt Scarlet Fever, his throat was rot ten, and every person that visited him, pronounc ed him a dead child Having used your Ciirrry Prctoral, in C?lifornla, in the winter of lady, for a severe attack of Bronchitis, with entire suc cess, I was Induced to try It on my little boy. 1 gave him a t?a.-spor>n-fulIevwry three hours, com mencing in the morclr.g, and by t?>n o'clock at night, 1 fouad a decided change for the better, and after three days use, he v.-as able to eat or drink without pain. Its use In the above named disease will eave many a child from a premature grave, and relieve the anxiety of many a fond parent For all af fections of the Throat and Lungs, 1 believe It the best medicine extant. A feeling of the deepest gratitude, proirpts me In addre.?tu"lng you those nes,?but for your important discovery, my little boy would now have been In another world. Ism yours with great respect, J. D. POWELL, Supl. Trans., L. R. R. Roc&r Hix,l, Somerset CoN. J., > July 21, 1852. ? Da. J. C. Aria,-Since your medicine nas be come known here It has a greater demand than any other couirh remedy we nave ever sold. It is spoken of In terms of unmeasured praise by those who have used it, and 1 know of some cases where the best they can say of It Is not too much for the toed It has done. 1 take pleasure In selling It, ecause I know that 1 am giving ray customers the worth of their money, and I feel gratified in seeing the benefit It confers. Please send rae a further supply, and believe me Yours, with respect. JOHN C. WHITLOCK. P. S. Almost any number of certificate can be seat if you wish it. Windsor, C W., Juneau. 1952. Da. J. C. Atrr. Sir,?This may certify that 1 have used your Chr&rt Fbctoral for upwards of one year; and it is my sincere heller that 1 should have been In my giave ere this time If 1 had not It has cured me of a dangerous affec tion of the lungs, and I do not overstate my con victions when 1 tell you It Is a priceless remedy. Yours very respectfully, D. A. UcCLURE, Attorney at Law. WlLRSBARRR irr. Pa , September 89, 1990 Dr.J.C.Ayer. My dear Sir ?Your medicine is much approved of by those who have used it here, and its composition Is such as to Insure and maintain Its reputation I Invariably recom mend it for pulmonary affections, as do many of 'onr principal physicians I am your friend, CHAS. STREATER, M. D. Prepared by DR. J. C. AYER, Chemist, Low ell. Mass Sold byZ D. GILMAN, Washington, aad aU respectable drugglsta. dec Mm ARMY'S CONFECTIONERY, No. 84 Bridge Street, Georgetown, D.C., WHERE ALL KINDS OF ENTERTAIN ments are furnished with the best Ice Creams, Cakes, Water Ices, Coofpct, Ac , at the shortest notice, and on the most moderate terms. Medal awarded at the last exhibition of Metro politan Mechanics' Institute. Ja*Si-tf (Union* 1**1-1 Information for Traroloro. WASHINGTON BRANCH HA1LKOAU. fTIRAlNS LEAVE WASHINGTON FOR 1 BALTIMORE at ? and 8* a. rn , and 3 and 4* p m On Sunday at 4jf p. m. L?tp BALTIMORE for WASHINGTON at 4 )i and 9 if a m , and 3 aad5* p. on. On Sunday at 4# a m Passengers for Philadelphia and New York will take Trains at 6, and 4#. For Annapolis will take i rain* at Pfc and U For Norfolk will take Trains at 8# aad S. For the West will take Trainsat 6 and4%, con necting at the Washington Junction ianM-tf T H PARSONS, Agent THE HEW TORE A WD LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES MAIL) ITtiAMERI The S \tps tomprtstng tkts Lin* *rt : The ATLAN TIC, Capt Oliver Eldrldge. The BALTIC Capt Joseph Comstock. The ADRIATIC Capt James West. These shli s having been built by contract ex pressly for Government service, every care has ofen taken In their const?urtlon, as also In their engines, to Insure strength and speed: and tbeir acccrumMstljiis for pa-senders are naequalied for el* gsnce and comt rt. Prlre o? passag- irom New York to Liverpool, In first cabin, S11"; In second do , f75, exclusive um> of extra ilif state toonu, f3Ti. From L ver pool to New Vork, 3*3 and 2u guineas An expe rienced Surgeon attar bed toen^n stilp. No b*rth? can be secu-ed until paid for The shit a of this line have lmpravevl water-tight bulk toesds. snd to avoid danger from lee will not cross the Banks north of 42 decrees, until after the l*t of August. PROPOSED DATES OP SAILING. Fitou nkw yokk. . ruoM a.ivs*eooL. SaturJafJanuary S, l?i* Saturday. January 17, 1a-." Salnr lay, J?- uai y SI, lsJ" Saturday, I.Uunr, It, 1st" S.turday, March If. 1*1 ft'f.l iM.liJ. Jauua'f T. IS*. ?Vii>M<*ay, Jtniiri tl, lai WvJoraday. ?tli naif *. I* ? tr?ln?Jar, Kat lua-y IS, lit' W?1ura4?) March ?, l*t S?tsr<1*y, April II, 1S57 W*do?a<Uy. April I, IsSI SatunWy. M.y ?. IsST Wadu?a<lay. April W, Wfdr.sadaT, May *T, 1?' W? It aa lay. Jaiia IS, IHl SaJuwJif, JbikM, '??" July I, 1-?T W>di>#*day, July ?. I Saturday, May ?J. laS Satarday. June C, las 7 Saturday, Juu? 'JO, I "ST S?turd.y, July ?, lSt.7 6?t?rJ?y, Jn'r IS, 14T For freiplit or passa e apply to KltW'l) K COLLINS, No 46 Wall-st ,N. Y. HROWN, SHIPLEY A CO , LlMfMi STEPHEN KENNARD A CO , No X7 Aus tin Fria's, London B G. WAIN WRIGHT A CO., Paris. The owners of these ships will not be sceoua table for gold, liver, bullion, specie, Jewe ry, precious ntones or metals, unless bl;'s rt lading are signed therefor ai d tbs value thereof stress ed therein. fet>3 FOR ALL PARTS OF THE WEST. BALTI.ilOKK AND OHIO KAILHOAO. JVetr and Improved Art a ngtwn t s. Three trains daily from balti roore, for Cumberland, Wheeling, and all parts of the West. i?t The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN will leave, (except Sunday) at 6 45 a m , connecting with trains from Philadelphia, first train from Washington (at Junction) -will stop at way sta lions and arrive at Cumbtrlar.d at 4 o'clock p m. 2d. The MAIL TRAIN leaves <."amd^n Sta tion daily (except Sunday) at 8 30 a. m . and reaches Wheeiltg by 4 a. m , connecting at Ben wood with trains for Columbus. Cincinnati, l/ay ton Indiana pills, Louisville. Cleveland, Toledo, Detroit, f'hlcago, St Louis, Cairo, and Interme diate points. id. The EXPRESS TRAIN leares daily at 7p. in .connecting with express trains for Cin cinnati, St. Lcnis, Cairo, Chicago, and interme diate places Tlie distance to Cincinnati and other central and southern placca In the West, Is nearly list miles shorter than by anv other route. The time to these places Is also unequalled. Bugpace cnecked through io Co.umbus, ClorlnnHtr, Indiana polls, acd ft Loula 117* Passengers and Baggage transferred at all points free. THROUGH TICKETS will be sold to all the large towns In the W est, at the lowest possible rates, at the Ticket Ofice, Camden Sullen, aad at Washington city. A#- A second-class car Is attached to the Mall Train. Passengers froirJBaltimoreor Washington may et?ts tie ?nlir< road by daylight, by taking Ac commodation or Mall iraln. and lying over st Cumberland or Oakland. They resume next morning by the Kxpre?* Train, which eaves Cumberland at 2 50 a m ; and reaches Wheel In? at 2 p. m Pawei'ger* from Washington hr.ee ample time for meals at Wskhlo^ton Junction. This Is the only route by which Thrcagb Tick ets and Ba^g^ge CLecas can be obtained id Washington FOR RiVPASSENGRRS The Accommodation Ttaln at a Ai, will stop at all stations ea*t of Cumberland, and the Exprens at sta'lons between Piedmont, goi g west Ea>t wardly the Mril Train leaves Wheeling at 7 15 a m , and Accommodation leaves Cumberland at 8 *0. reach In? Baltimore at 3 45 p m The FREDERICK TRAIN starts at 4 p m , (except Sunday) stopping at way stations Leave* Frederick ana m, arriving at Baltimore at U 3d noon. The ELLICOTT'S MILLS TRAIN leavee Camden Station at 6 a m and 3 30 p m Leaves Elllcott's Mills at ? 30 a m . and 7 3n p m , ex cept Sundays. W S won Da ll)E jan 16 tf Master of Transportation. GREAT REUtCTION IH THE FBICE 07 BOOTS AVD GAITER! 1UAVE ON COMMISSION, FOl A PH1L adeiphla manu facturer, a ftr*t rate Sewed or Pegged Calf-Skin BOOT at S3.82, full aa good as those usually scld at S5 or SA; aad a French Cftlr Pateat Leather GAITER at S3.50, as good as any at S3; a first rate Calf Gaiter at *2 mj, these are the best goods ikit Is (or ever were) sold la the Dlrtriet for the price; for the {iroof, corne and see ? or yourself. Terms positively cask. No extra prt fct charged to ofket bad debts. Cail at the NEW YORE HAT STORE, Serenta street, ?ear Pennsylvania avenue, m 24-tf ANTHONY, \rent. INTEREST ALLOWED OH DEPOSITEE. MONEY to LOAN onSTOCE SECURITIES. BlKKERS. Opposite the Treaaary. THE HOUSE OF CHUBB BB0THXBS, Waahinfton, is composed of OHAS. 8tJ. CHUBB, JOHN D. BARROW. HENRY HOUSES. THE HOUSE OP CHUBB BROTHER, BARROW A CQfc, DAva^roKT, lows, la oompose.1 of CHAS StJ CHUBB, ALEX'R H. BARROW, Jan 27-tf WM. 11 DOUGAL. NEW AND BEAUTIFUL STYLE. Xaaafactarad (rem Slats SUu, by III West Castleten Slate CsMpamy* Tt. TMF.SE MANTELS ARE ENAMELLED IN Imitation oi the richest aad most expensive EGYPTIAN. LISBON, VERD ANTIQUE, PORPHYRY, PYRENEES, BROCaTELLA, AGATE, SPANISH 6ALWAY , and other rare and desirable MA11BLES. The imitations are so perfect that they chalen^ethe closest scrutiny. They are so highly polished that they retain their bc*auty much longer than marble; art not Injured by smoke, coal gas, or scidfe, and can be sold much cheaper than any others In market. Prloe ranging from S125 to S12. Architects, Builders, and others are lavited to call and examine samples at No. 312 Sereath street, 3 doors below odd Fellows' Hall, ap stair. T. M HANSON, ae 12-ly Agent. ANTHORT BL'CliLY, UNDERTAKE!, ?hop and Reaidanee Ho. S03 Fenn'a avaatia, south aide, between 9th and 10th ita. Having provided himself wits aa ELE6ANT HEAKSE n? aad all aeoessarv conveniences for ^1 properly conducting hl? business, woald respectfully inform the public that he ia folly prepared to fill all orders eatrusted to bias, at the shortest notloe, and la the best manner A large snpply of READY-MADE COFFINS sf all sixes, always on hand, which will be far aisked on the most reasonable terms. As heretofore, no palaawlll be spared te glee satire satisfaction on all ooeasioas. N. B.?Residing oa tke premises, eiders will be promptly atteaded to at all hears. feb 7-1 * iUao, Artists' Materials and Brushes. The trade supplied at lowest market prices h? ioWKLL A MORSEL^ ]aa 13 No. o st, b?t. ith bad 7ts,