EVENING STAR. JFOE THX 'Til. LIJTBS SnggtUtd ?? tka d*?tk ?/ wyj*)"*' dmugkitf Hath, bf KatU 5. ^vnkovp. They hid me not to mourn fer tb??' Tnev plesd for endu-ance mild i They flfmy heart with their ?) narathy, Ha. ail In vain my child. Mt trst born.*and my beautiful, With thy bright and laughing fuse; Earth'* perfec mould and lmprtssgiven, Of nature * matchless grace. Ob f I ?m *ad and lone to night, Tbv poor mother's heart doth swell, To think bow they rashly tore thee hence, Far froa her reach to dwell. Why did'st thou leave me.tpretty brd ? Could'?t no art?no prayer no power? la (he drat spring time of blosaomlsg, Protect my little ftower! They say thoa wert teo dearly loved, In thl* heart there was ao room? For aught, save the thought of thee, my child. The prelude of thy dooa. Hark ! there's whispering In my soul, A sweet and heavenly volee, Like cboice?t mualo. with charmed pov or, Bidding my soul rejoice. Oh, weep no more dear Mama, Oh, weep no more to-night: Thy Katie's whlar?rlng to thee, Come et thy hesrt beat light. God in hi* mercy bore me Free from a world of pain, But lets ra* spirit wander Back to Mama again. Te dry the tear of sorrow, To :e-th her *plnt rest. To bring tluse Joyful tiding--? 44 Your little one is blest." We each have little duties, Ol an endtarlng kiai ; To ?hMd from harm ih? lovtd one , Were forced to leave bihlr-d. 1 eirxnot cast aside the ma?k i b. t hides my happy or w; But my pretence thou thill a?'l)i fee', Conieutedly as now. And wiiea death's angel claims bis own, I'll guide ihe- sa e afar? Unto our Grd, and t>w?:Hiy e 1 44 This is my dea; Alan a " Th?n weep no mora, n.y desr Mame. On! weep nom >re to night: Thy little girl 1? hippy, Com'- let thv 1 em beat light ARRIVALS ATTHX PRINCIPAL HOTELS Nalisisl Hotel. ?APT k BBtSOS. e e:ff rd, nv ? A tugglns. SO H H us. <1 > J O'iMeall. Aid S Norwood, do W Wtb>, Va R M Deal .aid, d> C E Wnltlock, do' J l.von, N t A 8' Trvon. Va O J Forres*, do L B Am3rman, Fla b H Perry, Md J B M assu, Pa J M Ki.hirdsrn,Me B F Kaiaes, Va ? M Loury,do A Gas?aw*y, Md J A Learv", NY G 8 Norton,do Hon J G Montgrm-iy, Pa Miss Tucker, Mas Miss Lincoln, do J A Sllngluff. Md W Newtoa, Va J Murphv, do C W Jones, Maaa Miss Murphy, Pa G Button, lad T A Keller, do J P Roger*, Mdj W H rerTlll, Va R H Divall, Md F Sutherland. NY J H Taylor, USA W L C.aybrook. Va C Hall, Ct E A Little Ml D McDevit, do J B hart nam, Va B L Johnson, do Dr Page. Wis J W Cooke, Md M W Myers, O J Elsrsage, Cal E C Lucas, Md J S Barnwell, 80 J Allen, Va Col Batran, G A Little, Md M W Huff, Va O P Cowan,do J W \\ ebfcer. 3C vVH fchaw. Md M Po*?:a VVT P A Phlii'ps. d> W H Fiinston do A Stuart. Tenn A C Bartiow, R1 Hon T Hlllyer. NY W J Winston, Va Mis* Pleisants, do ?Hiss HiCkett, do R C Perkins, do T Winans, Md Rev Wlli.an A lr, Me J K Wllsoa. NY Dr Merkle, d > H T Cleveland, d?> C H Tvler, do J C Lane, do J Dean, A C B iiry. W is A j Huod, Va G Cole, N Y J W Hall, do D Sculler, E B Tyler, O P J Rcsas.N Y P Sears, Mas* J M Morris, Va J B Falloa, Pa J V S ulLb. do E W Fisher, O J Mayo, Va H M Fuller, BC T >1 Gllilson, do J G Huglnn, do R L Hendrick, Va F M w ills da T Joes, p* J Chancellor, Md A C ?reeu, ao *? S Laulle, Mass R Meacham, Md J S Coles, v a T N Watson, do W Alhini, do T B Shamp, Iowa W H Taylor, Va J Taylor, do N B Inglebart. lil B F Belard, RI T P Perkins, R R iianks, Va E O Graham, do W M um. Mis J J Hals, do d M Chiids, Ind J M Berrlan, U8N J Kobn, Als T Adams, Pa Mrs Lrae-y, d? 8 M Lowry, VaJ W D clmmons, do J T Hallowell Ala A Via Lokea, O i> Bruce, Mrs a Bei', Md Wlllitrds* Hetel?J. C. * w. A. wiman, Dr Tlaslar, USN F B Falgar, Cal O ? Denton, NZ E Star buck. Maas ? Miss Starbuck, do D Clark, do Dr Spencer. Wis Hon A White, Pa A Dent Md E Thewlag, Wis P Peltlbone. Pa W T Russell, NY G T Peiton, do Mr Maxwell, do Dr Cunningham, ly, Miss Cade, Del Mrs Gen Cazeau, Texas Gea wallaher, N Y A Ulrd-eli, do W Eyer, Pa J Sharp, NY 6 Snider, USA J Banedict, N Y Ccm He*d, USN G ? Carter. Ill S T Mather. NY ht USN J M *eeJ, G Linn, awja, N Y J L ?as;cd. Mars G Steer, NJ R Grlbble, NC C I'cuuoa, Fa J C Heaver, ly. NY Miss Weaver, do Miss Parkin, do H Hspsard, 111 Capt Engle, USN J w Mann, Ga G L Dunman, do R Fisdale, NY J Shann, .x J J Brf-wster, NY G S Waterman, do C B Debury, Md A MahilTy, NY A W Sherman, do G T Jemlns Md W Vernon Rl Miss De Wolf, do J Boulton, Can C Robinson, do W D Salter, USN G VV Hooks, Ark Col Dunn, USA Capt Sterrltt. USN W H De Convey, Md R W *axe, Mich Capt Mercer, USN M *? Green, Ga M Green, do J P Mkes, do W B bnieids Mass F?H>de, Mich W Pet o't; N Y R H Barnes Va J A Davis, do Com Perry, USN ? ? Hardsoek, NY H A i*?mpklns' Als P S ?ussebert, Va J C Robinson. NY R Claflin, DC L D Worler, Ps Rrowus* Hetel ?T. r k u BXOWt. W B Gillian, Tea jppenhelmer J 1. Bbea, Tena 3 Vance, \a J P bufcrhart, ?d L Zimmlc J P Donnelly, N T G W Paddock B B Fonuine, 6<i 8 R Andtrson, Tenn Mrs Smile/ Miss Blssrs Jodge Crawford, Wis J Nvl, 1U E French, do D L Roua ly, Havana R E Floyd, Va A de Closet, La P de Cionet G S Laselle, Naas J W 8ukes, Ala C P Bailey, O J J Chancellor, Md EAT te.ly.SC A Dudley, Va E W Laurence, NY J F ftosser, M on IsicrastlsMl H H C Hart. Ala J V\ ataon, Tea A J Wilr, Inl R 8 Hua*pe(tv, Ala W C Dickerson. Ga G*n J B Koye, ly G G Sa slo .?, Pa J Brown lee, O Dr E A C Paye, Wl? J G Garnett, Va J Barb ur K o Themfor W H Mmdletoa, NY H LoUan u?ec ken borough, A Urec?enborough, ?? E Ureckenkorouih, J Mayo, do e?, NY 2a\V1cc?*> Te* \ A Alexander, do C 8 Baldwin, V? Dr O Everts, in<l J H Bradley, Ind Mrs 8prague J C Dunnan. NJ S Phawe. do J Putnam, Miss P Lebraa, ly, Mass Miss Tucke Ml?s Chancellor f Evans, Va I* H Owens. Cal J C Pennl * Nt?, lil ? u ![rr,chi wia P C ache nek, Wis HlrkwMd Bui A Deller, Ba Hon C L Scon, Cal C H Hand ill, do G Lynch, Md L Kverly. do J M Wlttrl A ly N't Dr Lynch. Md N Loughborrujb, Va J T Lawsoa. tit U Rose. t>' SUafhMr, Tt !ote!?Penn. arenas J M Gouldln, Va J W Ll'sop C H Stutney, C A Spunk D Dungammon, NY A J fteinman, Pa JJB Gadde s, Va Is C Nascn O H Perry, Va B Rose, do L Jones. Me W 8 Dhllds, Md G M Saben, 111 W F Norton Miss Murphy, Pa Misi Watson, O ? KISXWOOV. Com Jones, USN A Hl'rranr Va ^ J Hall, do Laf.t T<dd NV Md W s x h,'d4en. Me I? M L?ay, da D M Ruaaaii W CaarBlijp,^, CARD. ISAAC HERZBERG, A LICENSED FAWNBEOKEll. \ Will loss ?10,000 In rami to rait, on any article* of valo? No. 480 Pennsylvaniaavenue, between 3d and 4)f streets. Jan 7-eo3m? FRCII AND ORNAMENTAL TRBK1. TiiE UNDERSIGNED SOLICITS THE AT tentlon of planters to his extensive stockgj^ of well grown FRUIT TREES, conalstlng^p of? Dwarf Pear Trees, In great variety, among which are all the finest foreign and native sorts;? splendid one-year Trees IM p? lc0,_. App'.e trees, large and vigorous, fiO per 100 Peach Trees, Ine and thrifty, flO per 100 Apricots, <<herrl??, Plunss, Gooseberries, Stand ard Pears, Quinces Currants, Raspberries, Grape Vines, Ac., in great variety, large and thrifty Strawberries, Rheubarb, and Asparagus Roots* It 0101 Evergreens, Shade Trees, Ae. In fact, everything pertaining to the nursery and teed trade, warranted of best q lallty and moderate In price JOHN SaUL, Seed Store, 395 Beventh, corner fl street, feb 26-eodt? LIME?LIME-LIMK, CAN ALWAYS BE OBTAINED IN QUAN titles to sivlt and on the most reasonable terms, at the Washington Lime Kilns, No 1, between Upper and Lower Bridges, the most superior ar ticles of r Fresh Wood Burnt Lime Plasterer's Hair Calcined Plaster Cement Orders left at Grubb A Losano, Merchant Tail ors, No 4V3 8th steeet, Washington, will be punctually attended to. feb24 eotf W.H. QODEY A Co GARDEN AND FLOWER SEED. JOHN SAUL RESPECTFULLY INVITES the attention of Gardeners to bla e* tensive stock of GARDEN and FLOWER SEED*, consisting In part of Early York, Large York, Drumhead, Flat Dutch. London Market, Early Batiersea. and othe. fine Csbbnges Early short top Radish, extra early Peas, Round Purple Egg Plant, with every other vegetable and herb In the trade. FLOWER SEEDS?An extensive collection of the most choice and rare varieties which are put up In collections, and can be sent any dlatance by mall Being a nraetl-al Hortlcultnrallst, and person ally acquainted with the growers of these se d*, he can warrant all of first quality, fresh, genuine and correct to nane Seed Store, 396 Seventh st,, corner H attest, feb *J-eo6t* Proposals for Erecting sarine Barr&cka at Pensacola, Florida. Navr Dipartmknt, > Washing run, M*rcn3, ls57.) SEALED PROPOSALS, ENDORSBD 'PROi O sai-> foi Building Marine Barracks at Pensaci la, Florida," will be received at this deputm;nt niiti] the Tth day of April, 1857, at 3 o'clook p. in., for the construction of the Marine Hnrracks ajthorized o be erected at Pensacola, Plorida, a-enrdmg to the plans an1 specification prepare! by the d rcc ion i<i the Navy Department, copies of >v.i Icll IU i? be 8WB at the offices of th? c inm&nds of the KHvy Yarii at Boston, New York, Phil .de phin, and P n ?r?la.an J at the < ffice of tie Qmrw-iiHtwr a the Mirim Corps at Waihinto i. The work i-to b>d,^(i.d loto five parts, lor eich of which a *cpar? e propo sal must b? submitted : 1st. Proposals for bu l ling m*n'squarter?andont huildings. 21. Proposal* for building offi ers' quarters au i outbui dings. 3d. P:opo?al for bullling comJisGda iU' quarters and outbuildings. 4lh. Proposals for bui'dicg end sirg wall. 5th. Proposal for building entrance lodirc. The propotaU mn>t be for furnishing all the in - tena's and corapie log the work and- r ?aeh h?ad in a manner fattsfoct >ry to the pars >a who may b- ?[>? pointed by the N*vy Department to ?up*rintenl ih? jame ; and the Depanment reserves t e rght to re ject or are-pi >h? proposal* ber-:n invitel. or any I'arttberHor, when it dsexns lh? mt:reslof the United States requires it. Ninety per cent, of the amount of work done aal materials delivered, according to contraet pr ce, will be paid from time to irae, as the wor< pro gresses, upon estimate* made and ce.tiflc 1 to l?y the superintendent cn the part of the United Stare1 and ten per cent, retained until the ?om;>:e Hon of the contract,and acceptance ol the work, by trie faid superintendent and depirtmen'. a id b? forfeited in theeventof non-fulfllin *nt of contract: provided that no lull shall be made for an am uut less than five thousand dollars. Fj?sh proposal must he accompanied by a written g a an tee, signed by two responsible person*, (cot tifiel to be so by a navy agent, postmaster, dis trict judge, or some otoe.* off.cer of the United Slates, in the iumof fiv* thou-anl collar* that the bidder will, whf? required, if his propo^l8,? r any them, be accepted, enter into a contract and bond, with pr ?perand sufficient securities for Its f&iUitul perf rmance. Bid iera ar? invited to examine t?-e j lans and speci fixations at tfce offi es herc.nb?fore mentioned Ths proposals must be seated and addressed to this department, and plainly endorsed "PropotaU for Building Marine Barracks at Pentacola. 1 Fi rida * Those only whose oflVrs mav be aeeer>t*d will b' norifiei, and the contr ct will be forwa?dei as so?n thereafter as p-actieab'e, which they will be repair ?d to execute within ten days after aft r its reieipt a: tbe post office named by them J C DOBBINf, Secretary of th? Navy, mar 3j*awUpl7thJ PISTOLS!! I pOLT'S REPEATING BELT PISTOLS vy Colt's new model pocket Pistols. Warner's Revolving Pistols Leonard's revolving hammer Pi tola. Ell's self-cocking frame Revolver. Allen's self-cocking and revolving Pistols. Single and double barrel and self-cocking pis tols In every variety. ALSO The Improved volcanic Repeating Pistol. r?.Herr^'8 Pa'?n' breach loading ana self - prim' ng Rla3. And Flobertriflesondpistols,Improved pattern. Together with a full assortment of Guns acd general Hardware, for sale by E TUCKER A CO , # u av- ?PP0S,U! Brown's A National. If o xfc-ot NEW FORE1UN SPRING OOOD3. I^HE SUBSCRIBERS RESPECTFULLY in . T. .eir Pat'on? ?nd the public generaliv to call and examine their very large aPd seJect assortment of FOREIGN SPRING GOODS, which they have themselves, with sp-clal care! selected fcr their special trade. They also keep constantly on hand the best qualities of Ariny and Navy Goods-Epaulettea. awords, Sashes. Gold Laces, Ac They also Invite attention to their Foreign and 2S55SLK."Wf Good,?or best manu facture and latest style. H. F. LOUDON A CO.. , , _ Army an i Navy Tailors, feb ?7-dtf under Browns' Hotel. ANOTHER OREAT MEDICINE. HATCH'S LINIMENT, For Rku**atttu,Salt RJuum., Gout,S?ralui Brums, Ckilblattu, (re ; aU9 for ail Cu tciHSOUS DlMCHf, HW1? ?HAD '??QUENT calls for ' iainient, whlcn has hitherto been put up only to accommodate numerom ftlends and aD?i haTln*i undoubted testlrrony hLn ^yi?C?r,iVe <lua^lle?. th? subscriber hZ been induced to offer u to the Dubllc in a form and at a price which will place it wlthlu the gfaii^i^yy *** "ffl,cted wlu' of the befors mentioned diseases As many of the cltizena of Wasblneton aM reSu?fv?d'to^irt/f? U" Tl/.tue*? th?y herewith ?ertify as to the rosult, whether ircod or had The subscriber having no fear bnt that thev will give It a good nTme * hat HATCH b t e WlU ****' tl1* slar,lture of A. Vot sale at the Paint "h aSlt , VIcGKKtiOR. NO 3,1 ftb aT-eoIw Unte?)1*aVenueand Dstreet. MONET to loan rk.N GOLD and SILVER WATCHES UJKWELRV, GUNS, PISTOLS, and iu' f.K s *JOHN ROBINSON, Pawn Broker, feb 4-2m .J|fl p? t opp. Browns' Hotel. RUGBY FA1ULY MANSION, ran a d n ?ori"r o/Htk ami K us. <*SSihe!4lndlvWual? families, furnished Jar aV-iw#'5 AfS*nt> at the Mansion. always on hand, and at the low^t m w. '^l 11 . GEORUfc HAN^'T Union Refectory, SouthwestJ nl i avenue and Third street n?r ??' ?enn'>'l** feb ?7-7t# ' nwr the Capitol. ao ooo fea?;h trkkiT Atten dollars PER huniSkd .p.,B sale at my Nurserv, near W The above trees are all of tne growth anH 9ft of the best select fruit. Also, a general assortment of ORNAMENT a t SVERGREEN, SHADE, and FRGIT TREks' ^ " 'JOSHUA FE1IICE8 W. w. HACKNIT. W. B, DATTOM, HACKNEY A DAYTON, ??????! Uid Afftsey, O^BA CiTf, N. T, ^ TH.I IIISKl'l Improved Sowing MachinM. tOWbUhWM_ ths Far it I ths World's E improvements IN THIS chine " aadthej ?f worl They are1 , pable of sewing every variety of goods perfect: a shirt bocom or heavy trace for Birneii can n mwb by any of these machines by a simple change ?f needle and thread In such a manner that the alosest scrutiny cannot detect a fault. Manufacturers, planters and families will Ind them the only ?afe Machines to purchase, aa they are built strong and durable, acd not likely to get out of order. We have machines with gaages attached ,f?i blading bats, cap-fronts, gaiters, Ae. Silk, Thread, Cottoa, Needles,*e.,eeastaatly en hand, at the lowest rate*. Personsdeslreus of information regarding Saw ing Machines will please address 1. M. SINGER * CO., ltt Baltimore street, Baltimore. If. B ?We are prepared to exchange these ma chines for old machines of any hind Terms lib eral . Person s who have been Induced to purchase mferlor machines under the pretext of belsg cheap, will And this a beneflt indeed. mar IS?ly BOOK BINDING. Oomtr Eltvtnth unit and Maryland missi , ntar the Smithsonian Institution. Edward lycett respectfully in forms the subscribers to Brown's Bible and Shakspeare, now Just completed, that he is pre pared to bind tbose works In a superior style of elegance, strength and solidity, and upon much more reasonable terms than can ne done in Balti more,* Philadelphia, or New York. A letter ad dressed to him (per post) will enable him to ex hibit to the subscribers specimens of his style of binding. Every kind of Book Binding neatly ex ecuted. se*7-om TO ALL THAT VALUE THEIR SIGHT WISHES TO CALL THE ATTENTION to all that suffer with defective sleht, caused bv ape. sickness, and particularly from glasses injudiciously selected, to his superior SPECTACLES and GLASSES carefully ground by himself to a true spherical accuracy, and bril liant transparency, suited precisely and benefi ciaily to the wearer according to the concavity or convexity of the eye. Very numerous a*e the ill effects caused to tne precious organ of sight from the commencement of using glasses in not being precisely suited, by the use of *n Optometer; and the practice of many years enables him to meas ure the focal disease of the eyes, and such glass es that are absolately required will be furnished with precision and satisfaction JOHN TOBIAS acknowledges the very libe ral encouragement already obtained, and further solicits the patronage of tnose that huve not yet availed themselves of bis aid Persons that cannot conveniently call, by send ing the glasses In use, a.id state how many Incb es'they can read this print with their spectacles, can be supplied with such as will Improve theli sight. innumerable testimonials to be seen; and ref erences given to many who have derived the greatest ease and comfort from his glasses. Circulars to be had gratis, at his office, No. ?l!l SEVENTH STREET, thru doors from Odd Fiilowt' Hall, VP staiss. Nobfolx, September 7,1854. Sir?The Spectacles you made for me suit ver> well, and seem to have improved my sight more than any other 1 have lately tried. LITT. W. TAZEWELfc. I have tried a pair of Spectacles obtained from vfr. Tobias, and find them of great assistance to my sight, and corresponding with his description at the focus. 1 recommend him as a skillful op tlclam. HENRY A. WISE. Having been Induced by a friend to vlsltthe es tablishment of Mr. Tobias for the purpose of try ing his glasses, I was furnished dv nlm with a pair slightly colored blue, which have afforded tne more relief and gratification than any 1 have ever tried. My sight, originally very good, was Injured by writing and reading at night, fre quently to a very late hour; but with the aid of these glasses I can study almost as late aa ever, and that too without the pain 1 have previously suffered. JOHN WILSON, Late Commissioner Gea'l Land O&se. December 11,1655. I have used Mr. Tobias's Spectacles far thre* or four months, and take great pleasure is say lag that 1 am muoh pleased wlta them. 1 havi been muoh benefitted by them. May 5th,ISM. 6EOR. P. SCARBVRVR. I was recommended to Mr. John Tobias at i skillful optician; ar.d as I have eyes of remark able peculiarity, I was gratified to find that Mr Tobias seemed to comprehend them by lnspec tlon and some slight measurement, and he ha< made me a pair of Spectaclcs that suits roe ad mlrably. A. P. BVTLER. July 11,lest. Wilmihsto!*, N. C., Jan. 27,1954 Mr. J T?b!as: Dear Sir?I am happy to sa> that the Spectacles wlilch 1 obtained from you las week are entirely satisfactory. Froman lnequal Ity in the visual range of mv eyes, 1 have hereto found great difficulty In getting glasses of thr
proper focal distance. It affords me pleasure tc stat? that, by the aid of your optometer, this diffi culty has been happily obviated so that theglasse* Iou furnished me are decidedly the best adapted o my eyes of any 1 have ever yet used. Very respectfully, yours, R. B DRANE, Rector of St James'Paxlah. Dbpabtmbht or Intbbiob, May 7, 1855 From natural defects and the unequal ran-je of my eyes, I have been compelled to use glasses for several years. I hare tried different opticians Without obtaining glasses perfectly fitted to my eyes. Four months since Mr. Tobias made two pairs especially for me, which 1 have found to serve me perfectly. By the use of his optometer he Is enabled to adapt Glasses minutely to theeys. I most cheerfully recommend Mr Tobias to all having occasion to use glasses acd bear my testi mony as to his skill an an optician. HENRY E. BALDWIN, Assist. Sec y to slgs Land Warrasts. P. S?OPERA GLASSES of great variety, TELESCOPES A MICROSCOPES, WATCH MAKER GLASSES, and many other articles 1b this line at very low prioes constantly on haad. jyifr-iy PROTECTION AND INDEMNITY FROM LOSS BT F1RB! FIRE, MARINE, AND INLAND INSURANCE. Authorised Cayttaland Surptui...81,369,1S1 13. FARMERS AND MECHANICS' INSUR ANCE CO., OF PHILADELPHIA. Office northwest corner Pmntyliania avemie and 17th Artel, Washington City, D. C. DI RECTO 88. Hon. Thos. B. Florence, Charles Dingee, George H. Armstrong, Thomas Manderfield, Charles A Rubicam, Edward R. Hclmbold Geoige flelmbold, F. Carroll Brewster, James E. Ncail, Isaac Leech. Jr. THOMAS 13. FLORENCE, President. ?DWARD R. HELMBOLD, Secretary. LOCAL 8UBVBYOB8. Charles Walter, No. 397 D street, opposite City Hall. Jno. M. Thorn ton, corner First street and Virginia avenue, Island. James Williams, No. 92 Pour-sad-a-bal f street. John Ristles, No. 501 Thirteenth street, below Pennsylvania avenue. MARINE SURVEYOR. Capt.J.P. Levy, No. 367 Pennsylvania avenns, opposite National Hotel. GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT. John Thomason. The business of this Company will compare fa vorably with the most successful of similar institu tions in the United States. From the 1st day ol August, 1855, in five months, up to 1st January, 1856, the premiums received amounted to the large mim of one hundred and eight thousand, one hundred and fifty-one dollars, with only forty-six hundred and sixty-six dollars losses tenorted. With these evidences of success and good man agement, the directors feel Justified in soliciting a share of public patronage, believing that the secu rity offered is ample, and that all fair claims will be adjusted more according to equity than legal techni calities. The company is prepared to issue policies against loss or damage by fire on DWELLINGS, FURNI TURE, MILLS, MANUFACTORIES, WARE SOUSES, all descriptions of BUILDINGS, and eircontents, or all kinds of MKRCHANDISE, transported by VESSELS, 8TEAM BOATS, CA NAL BOATS, RAILROAD8, and thp usual con veyances to or from any portion of EUROPE and AMERICA, and on the hulls of STEAMBOATS navigating the western waters. The rates of premium will be as low as other companies, and in fixing them every improvement In construction and arrangement will be taken into oonaideraiion. All losses speedily a4Jnstcd and promptly paid. Office northwest c< rner Pennsylvania avenue and SevenUenth street, Washington citv, I). C. Insurance may also be eff ected at the Home Office Northwest comer Walnut and Second Streets, Phila delphta. and in other principal citiec of ihe Uniteo States by authorized officers of the company. Isl4-lyl _ O SECOND-HAND melodeone, but ** in use a short time, for sale or rent, very low, ilii"1?** ?? and 10th J"* #??! f.MUM, Medicines. rpHE GREAT REMEDY FOR CODfU, x Colds, Cmovr and Wnoorme Coves DR. ROBE'S COUGH SYRUP % Cora Coughs of the worst kind. It also cures hoarseness, sore throat. weakness of the ckest, pais la the breast aad Inn* affections Where ever there Is pain mix with the Cough Byrne !? drops of Pain Curer,-aad you willftnd Immediate relief. Dr. Roee's Cough Syrup relieves and frequently cures a consumptive cough, and forti fies the system against further at'acks. irr In bottles at SO cents and SI. TO CURE CROUP. The lives of thousand of children have been saved, by u?ing Dr. HUSK'S Croup Syrup, it sives Instant relief *S cents a bottle. TO CURB WHOOPING COUGH 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 Physicians who have tried them in their practice To be had of all Druggists in Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria. dec 10-4no HOW TO CURB ALL PAIN. PAIN IS THE FORERUNNER OF MOST diseases?cure the Pain and oheck thedis DR ROSE'S PAIN-CURER will cure Rheumatism, Neuralgia. Pains in the Limbs, Sides or Back, Sprains and 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 A factions, and Pains in the feet Indeed, It cures all Pain, fjy 12%, 25, and 50 cents a bottle. If you are Bilious and have a bad Cold, take DR ROSE'S RAILROAD OR ANTI-BIL IOUS PILLS. Ttey cany off all bile and re move a cold. These Pills go ahaed of all other Pills in their good effects. 07 Boxes 12K and 23 cents. Sold by all Druggists In Washington, Georgetown, aad Alexandria. dec 10-4 m COUGHi^COLDS-HOARSEHIS8 DR. TYLSR'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF GUM ARABIC: The moat Fleaaant, Safe and Speedy Cure fjr Whooping Cough, Cronp, Asthma, Diteaied Lungs, and Consumption Entered according to Act of Congrett, AD 1837. IN AMAIN PRESENTING TOTHE NOTICE of the pnbllc the above remedy, we feel tb?i little apology Is reeded Va.*t numbers in all sections of the Union are obliged to have recowr?e to other sources of relief th?n the immediate pre script on 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 decided'v dangerous It becomes as much a matter of du'y as Interest believing this to be a remedy, combining the greatest ad vantages, with the least obje Hons of auy other In use, to make it as extensively known as prac ticable. That such is Its character, Is abundantly proved by the fact, that It has been ex'enslrely ?i?ed the last twenty years with un paralleled suc cess; that Its renuLitlon has continued to spread ,tnd its sale Increase, with little aid from adver tlslng or published list- of certificates, (which ill know can as easily be had for a worthless preparation as for a mer'torious one,) that bv its own intrinsic meMt, with the rec^mmendat on of persons benefitted bv its use, it has gained Its present popularity; It is cot trumpeted to the wo-Id as a speclfi" or cure all, but as a valuable and scientific anxiliary In pulmonary cases ready at hand, and one that has been generaHy found to afford relief where most others have been tried without material benefit As such, it is reoog nised by numbers of our leading physicians, who know its composition, and have been eye wit nesses of its superior effica- y, ss well as by thou sands of our most respectable citizens, to most of whom reference is cheerfully permitted Sold at 25 cents, or three bottles in one, 50 ets., bv NAIRN A PALMKR, and CHAS. STOTT, Washington: CISSEL, Georgetown, and PEEL A STEVENS, Alexandria. Also. " TYLER'S UUM ARABIC COUGH CANDY DROPS," the same composition In a portable form, much patronised by public speak ers, singers, frequenters of public assemblies, Ac , as they remove all husklness from the throat ana voice, and act like a charm on a troublesome oough. Price 12 X and 36 cents a box. dec t-ly CHERRY PECTORAL, For the rapid Cur* of COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, BRONCHITIS,WHOOPING-COUGH, CROUP, ASTHMA, AND CONSUMPTION. Among the numerous discoveries Sciefiee has made In this generation to facilitate the business of life -Increase its enjoyment, and even prolong the term of human existence, nonecan be named oi more real value to mankind than this contribution of Ch-mlstrv to the Healing Art A vast trial of its virtues throughout this broad country, has oroven beyond a doubt, that no medicine or com bination of medicines yet known, can so surely control and cure the numerous varieties of pulm J nary dlseaj>e which have hitherto swept from our mlastihousandsandthousandsevery year lnd-ed there is now abundant reason to believe a Reme dy has at length been found which can be relied on. to cur- the most dangerous affections of the lungB. Our space here will not permit us to pub lish any proportion of the cure effected by Its use but we would present the followingand refer further enquiry 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. Oyyici or THANsronTATio*, 1 Laurens,R. R., S C.,Aug 4, 1853.) D* J.C. At*p Dear Sir.?My little son, four vears old, has just recovered from a severe attack of in&glign*nt Scarlet Fever, his throat was rot ten, and every person that visited Mm, pronounc ed him a dead child Having used your Chbkry Pkctoral, in California, In the winter of i860, for a severe attack of Bronchitis, with entire suc cess, I was Induced to try It on my little boy. 1 gave him a tea-spoon-full every three hours, com mencing in the morning, ana by ten o'clock at night, Ffoucd adecidea change for the better, and after three daye use, he was able to eat or drink without pain. Its use In the above named disease will save many a child from a premature grave, and relieve the anxiety cf many a fond parent For ail af fections of the Throat and Lnngs, 1 bellerae It the best mediel e extant. A feeling of the deepest gratitude, proirpts me In add testing you these unes,?but for your important discovery, my little boy would now have been in another world. I am yours with great rospect, J.D. POWELL, Supt. Trans , L. B. R. Rooky Hill, Somerset Co , N. J .? July 21, 1862. t D?. J. C. Atm.?Since your medicine has W come known here it has a greater demand any other couirh remedy we have 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 good It has done. 1 take pleasure in selling it, Wattse I know that I am giving my oustomers the worth of their money, and f feel gratified in seeing the benefit It oonfers. Please send me a further supply, and believe me Yours, with respect, JOHN C. WH1TLOCR. P. 8 Almost any number of certificates can be sent if you wish It. Windsor, C W., June#, 180 Da. J.C.Aisa. Sir,?This may certify that 1 have used your Cn>aai Pbctoral for upwards of one year; and It Is my sincere belief that 1 should nave been In my g ave 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 vlctlons when 1 tell you it is a prloeless remedy. Yours very respectfully, D. A.McCLURE, Attorney at Law. Wilksbaski. Pa , September <9,1880 Dl.J G. Arn. 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 our principal physicians I am your friend, CHAS. BTREATER, M. D. ^Prepared by DR. J. C. AYER, Chemist, Low t^old by Z D. OILMAN, Washington, and all respectable druggists. dee B-4m 3 PIANO* AT BAROAINS-One second hand for Sin. One new for S3 'J6 werth #"00 One for fl 95. worth 54 00 One fiae Meipdeoo for 9*0. JOHN F ELLIS, mar 3 300 betw 9th and 10th st? p?OtHRN RUTTKR.-eO KEQ8 PRIM ? fast. SMr.ljggffft Medicine*. Peruvian" syrup. Having * ucceasfullv parsed the ordral to which Kv ditcoverles in the Materia Medio* are suY jetted, must now bo received u an established medicine ITS EFFICACY, IN COlINf DYSPEPSIA, Afftctvons of the Liver, Drop*y, Neuralgia, Bronchitis and Consumptive Tendencies, Disordered state of the Blood, Boils, Qon~ eral Debility, and all Diseases which re quire a Tonic and Alterative medicine is oeyond question. The proof* of It* eflcacy ara so numerous, ao well authenticated, and of such peculiar charac ter, Hint sufferer* cannot reasonably hes'.tste to re celvr the proffered aid. Tho Peruvian Syrup does not profess to bo a enrt-all, but Its range Is extensive, because many diseases, apparently unlike, are Intimately re lated, and, proceeding from one cause, may be cured by one remedy. The class of diseases for which the Syrup pro vides a cure, Is precisely that which has so often baffled the highest order of medical skill. The fact* are tanginle, the witnesses accessible, and the safety and eftcacy of the Syrup Incontiovort Ule. Tfcose who mav wish for an opinion from dis interested p'rtons respecting the character of the Syrup, cannot fall 10 ce satisfied with tfce follow ing. among uusnerous tetlu.onlala, to ti o hands of the Agents The signatures are those ef sen* tlenKn well known In the romoDucltytand of the hlg est respectability CARD The undersigned having experienced the bene ficial ?ff ct* of the 4'Peruvian fymp," do not hesitate to recommend It to the atteatloa oi the publ c From our own experience as well as from the te?tlmonv of others, whose lnte licence and In tegrity are &1 fge her unquestionable, we have ao doubt of Its < fflcacy In cases of i nclplent Diseases of the Lungs and Branchial Passages,Dy?rep* la. Liver Complaint, Dropsy Ntu algia Ac. Indeed It* * if cts wou d ?e Incredible, but from the high character of thore who ba?e witnessed them aud have vol n e? red th lr testimony, es we do ours, to Its restorative power JOHN PIERPONT. THOMAS A DRXTER, S. H KENDALL, M O. SAMUEL MAV, THOMAS C. AMORY. For sale by Z O OILMAN, Special Agent. 360 Pennsylvania avenue, and at the Genertl Agency, ccrner of L and streets, Navy Yard, feb 28 iu street, New led for purifying the blood. 90 cent* per box Offlce7?Ni York will be sent by mall. For sale by FORD ? BKO., corner of llth st. aad Penn avonim. oe IB PRIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE OH TH* PHYSIOLOGICAL Vi> W OF MARR A6E BT M. B. LA CROIX, M. D., Albany, If. T. 350 pages and 130 fine Plain and Colored Lithographs and Places. 49TRICE ONLY 55 CENTS -*? MSf'Sci.t Jrcc of poi'.oge to cul parti of the Union DR M B LA CROIX'S PHY8IOLOGICAL VIKW OFMARBIAGE. A ukw and r?'vj?e l edi.ion of 250iia^rs andleO p'atts. Price 515 cents a copy, A popular and conjpr< h?-ni?ive ticaii-e on the duties and ca ualtiesof single and married life hap I y and fruitful alliance*,mode olsecuringiht m?infelicitous < and infer lis ones- their ob viatmn aud r?m?v*i?neiv ou* d?!iHity, iih c*'i?e?a-.d cure, by a ptocess at once no timi'le, safe, and effectual that a lure U lmpo*-ib'e?rules for daily manage ment?an e??ay o > Speima orrhoea, with practical <? b-it r\aiious ? n a cafer a d more successful mods of trea m r t?pr? cauti"uai) hints on the evil rftulis from empirical practice; to which is aided eom? m-utarits on the di*' a <s ?f females?frcm infancy to old ac?each fa e graphically illustrated by beautiful plates It p Ints out the remedies for those self inflicted mi e.ies ai>d disappointed hopes so unfortunateiy prevalent in the young It is a tra htul a'vUer in the married and those contrmr plating marriage. It- perusal is particularly rect m m-nded to persons entertaining secret doubts of their physical rondi'i'W, and who are consci us of having Lararcd the h aith,hippine?sand privileges t* w htch every i umati h^ing is entitled to Price 25 crnu per copy, or five copies for$l, milled free of portage t > any part of the United Siate-, by addressing llr. LA < ItOlX, (postpaid,) A bany, New York, eocl ^ing'25 cents. N H?Tnosc who prefer may cnnrult T>r. LA CROIX npon any of tie disease upon wMch his book tieais, either personally or by mail. His ro"d icin s often cure in the sfrntt space of six days, and completely and entir- 'y ranca e all trare* of those disorders which ccpa va and cub?bs have soling b-en thcuiht an aniui?;te. to the ru:n of ihehe >ltti ? f the p tii nt Hi* "French Secret" is the great contln ntal 'eme 'y for that class of disorders which unfortunately, pl.y-icians trea* with mercury, to the irretriev ible >;e iructio-. of the pattern's constitution, and which all the ^sarsapanlla In th* world ranaot cure. ftT- Oflice Na 31 Maiden Lane, Albiny, N. Y. Kbit dfcwlyt PI LBS?PILES?FILES ? WE CALL ATTENTION TO ALL WHO are afflicted with this dreadful complaint to the following sworn certificate from one of eur most respectable citizen*, the father-in-law of the proprietor of the ''Courier des Etaa Unla," and formerly gunmaker In Philadelphia: Nxw Yon, Aug ySth.lSM. Da Derail?Dear Sir1 hereby certify that 1 have been affliced with the Pile* for nearly sixty year*, that 1 have used eighteen bottle* of Barne*' Pile Lotion, aad everything elae I could here of, but all to no effect, for they did me little or no good. About two month* since, I commenced using your remedies for the Pile*, a-d have the happiness to sav that they have had the desired effect, havinp cured me 1 consider this almost a miracle, for 1 am eighty veer* of ago. I sincere ly recommend them to all afflicted with the above complaint. P. YALLEE, 73 Franklin st 'l r that St*te of New York, New York City aad County. 1. Joseph C. Lawrence, do hereby certify i 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 of tJ him are true. In witness the foregoing oertlficate signed by rhereof I have subscribed my mme, a* Commissioner of Deed* and as a Notary Fubllcof the State of New York, and have af fixed my Notarial Seal at my cffloe,ln New York, this 46th day of August, 1850 JOSEPH C. LAWRENCE. Commissioner of Deeds and Notary Pnblle of the State of New York. 97 Wall street, New York. We challenge the Medical Faonltr of the Uni ted States to prodnoe a certificate equal to the above. Dr. Duprle's Remedies are the only ef fectual cure for external and Internal Files. Only 50 cents per box Offloe?7fi Nassau street, New York. Will be the United States corner of llth oe H umce? /r> nas*an siree*, n?w twi eentby mall to any part of the United E For sale by FORD A BHO , eorn street and Pa ave. Washington, D. C. H' W. ?. UKTIEKOTT, (Soccxssoa to enonei Hilbvs.) Agent el Envsn it Bacon's aad William Miller's CELEBRATED PIANORi_^ [AS ALWAYS ON HAND THE LAMM? stock of PIANOS from tl7# up to tl^M. MELODEONS from 145 to ?*??___ GUITARS, YIOLINS. BRASS INSTEIT MENTS, FLUTES. BANJOES, ACCORD EONS, and SHEET MUSIC, cheaper than la aay house sooth ef New Ysrk. Huale published aad ill H?! Information for Tra^ni, Or?t Bonthorn Lin# V fTWO D*ILY TRAINS (BUNDAY NISRTB X exepted) leave Alexanartn far Rlckmoed At7M a m ,aad*K P FareS350. JAMES *b 14 T**A1N8 LEA VK W ABU IN? TON FOR 1 BALT1MOR K at ? and eg a. m , u4 3 ui 4# P On Sunaay at 4k p.m. Leave JALTrMOtV for WASHINGTON at 4)| and ay a ?,nnd3aad*K p ? Oa bundav at 4j| a m. Passengers tor Philadelphia and New York WIS take Tralna at 6, ? *, and 4 \ . For Annapolia wia take J rains at 8# u4 4g. For Norfolk will take Trains at fx a?d 9 For the West wll take rratraat 6 and4C4*? nectlng at the Waaklngton Junction. Unlft tf T. B PARSONS. Ageat. "forall parts oFthe west. BALTIMORE AND OHIO HAILROIB, Nit and Improved Aifangumtt. Three trains daily from salti. more, for Cumberland, Wheeling, and aU parts of the Want 1st The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN will leave, (ezoept Sunday) at ? 4* a m . connecting with tralna from Philadelphia, trst train fro? Washington (at Junction)- win stop at way s'a tlons and arrive at Cumberland at 4 o' lott p a 3d. The MAIL TRAIN leaves Camden bu tton dally (except Sunday) at e 3? a m , a&i reaches Wheeling by 4 a m , connorting at Bet wood with trains for Columbus. Cincinnati. Dee ton Indianapolis, Louisville. Cleveland. Toledo. Detroit, ?hlcago, St Louis, Cairo, and interme diate points. 3d. 1 he EXPREVS TRAIN laaves dally at T p. m., connecting with express tralna for Cia clsnatl, ft. Louis, Celro, Chicago, and Interme diate places, The distance to ClDrlara*l and other central and southern plac* s In the West, i? nearly 100 miles shorter than by an* other route The time to tliese plners Is also aneqtia!?-d IZJT Baggace checked through io Co umbus, Ctn? Innnil, Indlacapolia, a d H Loots \TT Passengers and Baggage transferred at all points free lHK<lU*iR TICKETS will be sold to all the large towrsjn :be eat, at the lowest pc*?tM* Ion, and rate-, at the T Ichet O Ace, Camden Stall thlngtoa city. A aecond-i laaa ear la attached to the Mali Train. Passengers from'Baltlmore or Washington mar etew the tn tin road 6jr <iay light, bv taking Ac oommodnttoa or Mall Zr?ln. and lying over at Cumberland or Oakland They returns next morning by the Ki press Train, wblch asm Cumberland at IMi. m ; and reachea Wheel ing at 2 p m P ?w. gen from Washington have ample tine for meals at Washington Junction. Thla la the only route bv which Through Tick ets and Baggage Checks can be obtained la Washington FOR WAY PASSENOXRS The Accommodation Train at 6 45, will stop at all stations e*>-t of Cumberland, and the Express at sta loos between I ledmont, gol g wast Loot wardly the Mall Train leaves Wheeling at 7 I* a m , and Accommodation losses Cumberland at 6 to. reaching Baltimore at 9 44 p m The FREDERICK TRAIN start* at 4 p n , (except Sunday) stopping at way stutions l> a?*i Frederick at ? a m , arriving at Baltimore at 13. 30 noon. The ELLICOTT'B MILLS TRAIN leavaa Camden Station at 6 a m and 9 30 p m Leavaa Elilcott'a MUls at 7 30 s m . and 7 3i< p m , ex cept Sundays. W B WOODSIDE, jan 14-tf Master of Transportation. THE HEW YORK A*D LIVERPOOL* UNITED STATES MAIL STEARMCJtR. Tht Skips compriiinf tkit Lins mr* : The ATLANTIC Capt Oliver Eldrldfe. The BALTIC Capt Joseph Comotock. The ADRIATIC Capt Jamea West. These ships having been built by contract ea prcesly for 6 overt m?-nt service, every care haa been taken In their construction, as also In heir engines, to lnrure strength and speed* and their accommodations for passengers are ut equalled for ei? gance and comf rt. Price o? passag- from New York to Liverpool, In flr^tcabin. 313 ; in second do , ?75; exc-s?lvs use of extra size state rooms, S3'5. From Lw pool to New Yotk. 30 and SO guineas An expe rienced Surgeon attached to sach snip. No bertha can be secured until paid for The shl?.s of this line have Improves water-tight bulk h*-ad?, snd to avoid danger from Ice will not cross the Saaka north of 43 decrees, until after the l?t of AnguaL PROPOSED DATES OF SAILING. rnoa Ms yoke. fboh Livxaroou MtrJtr, Jtuuryl, 111: WaOBMlay, Jm?rr t. IS1 Saturday, Jaua?ry IT, It."* WtJmtJif, J*nB?r> II, 1MT S?turd*y. Janury SI, 1MT WixlnaaSar. Ftbrtuy 4. 1MT Hatardar, Patellar? 14, 1MT M*4i>aa<lar, Fakraary IS, IMt Halnrday, Hard 14, 143? WaJ .*a 1?y. Marrh 4, 1*6T MatarUay, April It, 1M* ' Wadiiaada*. Sprll I. l?4f fca'.irik;, M?y S, Uil W.Jo.. l?y 4pr?. M, U4l Hatarday, Mar U. IsiTj *< duaaday. May ST, 141* aa'arday, J boa S, lasT' W?J> aalay. Jana la, ISiT SatarJay, Jai-a M, 1st? *r1ua?4ay Jim it, latT Satnrd ,y. Jul, *, Mt V?lk*M?y. Jtif I, 144} natarday, Ja'y II, 1*1* Waduasday, Jaly M. lait For freULt or passa e apnly to EDW'D K COLLINS, No M W all-at ,N. Y. BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO lUMML STEPHEN KKNNARD A CO , No 37 Aus tin Prla-s, London B. Q WAIN WRIGHT A CO , Psrla The owners of theae ships will n<x be accoun table for gold, -liver, bullion, specie, leweiry, precious stones or metals, unless nil s of ladlag are signed theieToc ar.d the value thereof express ed therein fen3 ~ - -? . m? , a. ?. _u STOCK !? the OLD DOMINION COAL COMPANY, RA*AWH\ COUNTY, VIRGINIA. SOBSCRIPTIONM WILL BF RKCEIVfc'D at the Hanking House of Chubb Brothers for the remaining stork of the above company be ing three hundred abarea The capful ?t Is SI'0,000 (dollars.) of which >70 000 bw ? subscribed The mines are now prrfu u > active operations, and 6 p?r cett inter w gavanteed upon the stock new offer d f r r by the original atockholdera. for the .od tw? years Partlculara In regard to the etork aud It- '* Sta, will be made known upon api -ir UBB BROTHERS Jan 37 P _P DANDRID6E, Agtm MANTELS. NEW AND BEAUTIFUL STYLE Kanaf acta red from 8 Into Suae, by tk? Weat C as t latsn Slata Cs a pan y. Yl. rpHESB MANTELS ARE ENAMELLED IN A Imitation of the richest and moot expeiulse BSYPT1AN. LISBON, YERD ANT1WUK, PORPHYRY. PYRENEES BROCATELLA, AGATE, SPANISH 8ALWAY, asd other rare and dealrable MARBLES. The imitation* are so perfect that they ehalengethe cloeeat crnUav They are so highly polished that they retain their beauty mnch longer .Lac marble ; are not Injured by smok-, coal gas, or acids, and can be aoid mnch cheaper than any othera in market. Prloa ranging from S13S to #13. Architects, Builders and othera are Invited te call and examine aamplea at No. 51* Scveath street, 3 doors below Odd Fellows' Hall, ap ?talrs. V. M HANSON, aa 13*ly A?eat IHTEBE8T ALLOWED 0W DIP08ITEt. MONEY to LOAN ?STOCK SECURITIES. i nmns, linns. Opposite tha Traaaury THE HOUSE OP 0HUB1 IkOTHIKI. WaaMRftoA, la composed of OKAS. BtJ CHUBB, JOHN D. BARROW. HENRY BOLMS. THE HOUSE OF 0HTTBB BEOTHER, BABBDW * 00., Davanroar, lowi, la cinmpoaal of CHaS StJ CHUBB. ? ocmpoeejoi ALKX'R H BARR0W, |aa 3T-tf WM H. DOUGAL Rectifying Establiahmont. The undeksionkd tares this method of I ? forming liquor dea<ers that ha has Ittod up a RECTIFYING ESTABLISH MENT la this city, and Is now prepared to sup* ply ail those who mav favor him with their cus tom. He bas on hand a large sloe a of Brandies, Ola, Wines, and Old Wht?keys, wblch he eaa sell at as low a figure as ihcv can be purchased for either i? Baltimore or Philadelphia N B The subscriber has also oa hand, a large lot of Foreign nnd Domestic Ctrars PETER FEGAN, No. tf Loalalana avenue, near loth sL Jan 144a? Tinted waiting paper stationery of all fclada, ftae Gold, aad perforated Pa par, at FERGUSON'S. fab 13 4H> 7th street LIAR PER'8 MAGAZINE?A freak tappf 11 fbr Marek Also, Mra. Stephens, wltk e** LoetJrwets. Bay it at l*n rsMVM??,?iisfwsai|.