Newspaper of Evening Star, March 17, 1857, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated March 17, 1857 Page 4
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EVENING STAB TO OKOEGB PI4BODY, ESQ. (Wmirrsj rax rn WASHiaaTO* Kaunas Stab.] Where flrst his course of lift began, la unpretending aim, We welcme the true-hearted maa, Who crowns his country's fame. The incense of a richer store Thin flattery can afford, We rl^e to him, we value mora Than Bare net or Lord And Hirer on the social shrine Shall rise the festive flame, To piivate worth? than when the wins Plows o'er the hero's name. Tho' not, in Cabinet or Ha'l, The Statesman's power he wield i Tho' not, upon his counti/'s'call, lie treads earui's ha.tie fields, Yet purer and no less sublime His patriotic part; To guard her tiuth In every clime, Aud win her honest heart . To save frcm Satire's caustic lip His country'* damag'd bonds ;? And bind tho?e bonds of fello9*htp To which a word responds;? To give by an untitled worth Integrity's best claim; To confidence in all tne earth, is quite fcudcMnt fame. Yet not enough for him who views Mis treasure aa a trust, And *tlil a greater good pursues, When dust shal blend with dost, O. better far than costliest gems Is one such patriot son ; And worthier than earth's diadems, The honors he nan won. For deep within tie living heart His virtues are enshrined; And far beyond ail praise of art, 'I be hom?ge of the rulr.d Then greet him on his native ihore, W here drat Lis course began ; Aad geaeious, grateful peana |.our To (he true-hearted Man S. P. H. AH R] WALS ATTHH M1NCIPAL HOTS Li Wiliwrds' Usiel'J, 0. k H. A. WILbABD Capt Stewart. LcfA >|f Derbee, Me* H W Blcks, N y W F Wood. Pa D Walrus, ly, do A Biaisdell, Mass Mia* Walrus, do W PinkerlDz, Ya H Cia>kfon. SO FS Gibbs, NY H D Bednn, dj J S Biogwalt, Pa W H churborne, Ten F Good>-il. NY J Mayer, fas s Rlnewmlf, J 6ium. Ill L. Frederick,NY D H Haight, ly, N Y L D Potter, do R McLioe, Md W Messeroy, Mass J M ftiercer, Va l? Mass, Pa J LGU.tas, Pa T M James, MY J M Hatch, NY G Sfcele, Pa Mrs Payne, do J Smith. Mass F A Be Jen, Pa J McH adder, Pa C Ross, N Y J Snvd i, do W Boone, p? j r Pennington, do Mr* Wilcocks a D Miller, Md FP Randolph, DrCasby, NY C W Bouck, NY J Rneret, do W U Kennedy, do S D Beckman, Hon J W??xott, NY Mrs Smith, N Y J R White, .dd Miss Smith, do W H Parnett, do Hon J Searing, do Mrs Puraeu, dj A uay. Pa J W Lewlj. do llrotvo*' ll?(el.?r. r.kl, 1E0WI. H F Bret Irghim, Mo A B Cass, Iowa AEnargb, *Y G W Nicho.son, Del J R Mecivinahan, Ten W V Bo?ie, Md A S McUajnahan J A Brows, ly, Wis MCar?;he;, M Mltchell,f.m, NY J Calhoun, Km Miss Elliott T Cunjlagh*m, Miss Mav G Glileu O J S Gray, ly, Miss J B Darnell. Pa j Hay, son Dr W P Lemoert M Bradley, Nic WHDaiey J Dick.Ind C Moore N Y G W Clarke, Kan A Arnold, kai G D Kenning, Ark \ ? NJ J H Lang, Afc J H Parker J Gavitt. Ind J Kettlenew. Md a Jeffrtos, Pa W Rnssell, Pi W c Koo Hon J KuaM.ll. N Y A Plumrner ??Urk M T GosneU, Md ? Clemeja, Va LI Edm^nston, iy, Miss Weiss D H Kir ord. 111 a J Stuar;. Pa Mrs strange, NC ES 1 awrer.ee L- ??'?Pa E B Pet?^on Mis 1 Gen J Davts Mr Miller, NY D F B jeli, Cal _AG fcuttcn j Hirkwssd lleaae?/. k A. n. KIXKWOOB. }Y B,L"#',1K; j Fatrick, P* Fend-etoo, Va H W Owen, Me J N Cardasa, cnl K Noyes, do 1 ? Sf^r0, NO A n*e-Ar* J L Blood worth, Ga w W Marvis. fnd V j'iliv AC JoaM' MT L' U' Va y Md 5 U?r' Tex W H Joaiina, do B Martin Tenn J Mulbuj, do 2 V? ? D Mauly p? N H Edwards, Cal P Powell, Va f i UTOJni i c l^ W, i Dd ? ? ML" c K Compton, Pa R^r Fletcher, Ten Gen Green, T*x 1 ir^W i M" Ureen, do JS Login V* <'Springer, Md X *LN j G jonw. Pa ? ^ W Rain,do R Burns, d) H Sprl? N Y ** d0 ? Lightb^ty, do a i Vk^, Aid w s to * V AbT11- do ST Stuart, do Col Walron, Va J H Springer, Md T?^, FORtiw? s phi no nuooa HE SUKSCKIHKR8 RESPECTFULLY in vlte their patrons and the public tenerallv to call and ex arcine their very lar,;* acd se'ect of foreign spring goods, ^ } .Ky va*e toem-elves, with special care. selects for their special trade.* They also ke^p consUntly on hand the bnt coailties of Army and Navy Goods? Epaulettes swords, Sashea, Gold Lacett, Ac. 1 nJlr'^te attention to their Foreign and Domestio t urnlshlng Goods, of the best manu facture and latest style. manu a. F LOUDON * CO., Army an I Navy Tailors, dtf M'Z, under Browns' Hotel. notice. ~ MY WIFE, ELIZABETH DABNBY AND myself having separated, and now'llvlnir separate and apart frcm each other under surji exeinP{ me ffom liability for any debt which so* miy contract, I dtwui it Droper to gi ve notice to the public at lar?e, as 1 hereby do, that she is not authorizi d to contract any dabt on ruy acoonnt, or credit, and that 1 will not be responsible for, or pay any debt %hlch she may contract tither in her own name or mine CBISWELL DABNEY. LTacHan.o, Va , February 14, 1W7. ft b j16 dim BOlk' FJHY, COLTS, AND YOCNG C?V?? r.?K BALK. A FAST GOING TUO.y^.G roughly g#ntle TORONTOj/SSj? SvTrV?1? ?%Bext ?lot ofaaL of co w M rTnto',nd others; .Turner ?urtU? I' l i"t Calves, of mixed Devon and at VVood Cot rum.B ST.tr ,tte Vard Bridge. Isqaireat No ^Ksna .Venue, or of the Marker on the Farm. ?OH#lfW?^?>E "RINU MOODV. J Georgetown d J'Ut> BR,Dsk ST., effering toeuatomen m 64 *nd BOW GOODS, to wti^iVrM ?Jr11?PRlN? mad* from th- >?w ?0rk .,!,?! U000 ** ia?e*t importations lie his 1 of the <<treiing tne following Goods vii .roceiTe<* *od is Blk Gro de Kkine Silks ' Chalile Robe* and Gcatshair Plaid. Moualla, Chalile and Beraee lJetatre* Plain Mouslln Delains (B?ode? ,nd b^IoKf PUl. Hn?, lllue, llaats and Cambrics M,nch Brtl* WWtoaadJBa*Chia?fca and BriUianta, (?^t Englisis and American Prlnte, new styles and t*mt colors, M)fc. Ptriped Cat iocs and Sattlens, for children India Dlmltry and White Brilliants, cheap Plaid aad atriped Muslins, from i'i^e to 2Jc. *5-1 White Cambric* (of Jones' ceieorated make) Beat En/lish Loog Cl Km, (for ladles.) same make ' Jaconets, Nainsook and Swiss Muslins *i and 0 4 Blk Mouslln Delaines (Lupin's) Bombezlies, Alapacas and English Crapes "nd C"** VrlJ* and Crape Collars fcmbroideties and Linen Cambric Handk'ft 1 'rKl BlcLardson Irish Lineas (r.OUO,l (best makes) Table Da^l" rJjSi ?m,kc,) Bird k wT 'ili ? Cloths ana Napkins Color^ hl? 1 Sootch Diapers taSTSS? ??-i. Hi a?,. White Msrselllea Quilts Genu' and Boys' C?*?iinere? Cottonades. De'.lms and Naak**?. Velvet and Bonnet Ribbons ^a" KM (-1 "XV-S*"' " ?KToTr1 JOHN H. BCTHMANN, Importer and Dealer in Winee, Brandiec, 4c. Pni*. ?*???*, tontk udt, ??f. 4* anddtk tit., LIAS IN STORE A VERV CHOICE AB *,f,.8?rln??nl ?t Champagne, in quart* and A plats, of the most desirable brands. X ute2f.,pY!?!!$ 8t?per?fi w*?lte and pink; ? h?? ??V. SherJ/> Port, Tenerlfte, Sicily,? ??}?* Moeelle: French wines, red and ,?$n5c> Scheidam Gin. Jamacia Sam, Spotch W hlskey, American Whisker. Curacoa, Anisette; and of his own preparation, Wild Cherry Brandy, Blackberry Juice, Stomach Bit Also, genuine Absinthe, Klrschwasser ana Harana Cigars dea 10-3tAw4nr UNITED STATES MAIL. FLORIDA. FlSJida anJ in ^ routH in tbe 8t?? ,,f AM wfli ?. 1 ? tn,e *nJ herein speci fy!,? Tef ?ZM " "** Contract Office . f thrs ^d",r"r.h'LpI".:ni''::oui w ??> ?? No. ^-From Batnbrtdte.Ga, by Chattahoochce, u r*!0' Lon* C?ne, Bid l<7?vflle Rwkoe's Bluff lola.anj Fort Gads den, to A palashico a, 20lj mile* tin I bark, three times a w-ek ikm tbe l'th i?f Octe dht t?* tne 15ih of June of e*ch yen*, and twice? Wrek too residue,!i first claaa hteani ooats, with the privilege of using two horse coactie from Bainhridge to Chattahoorbee when the nrer i< too low for navigation. Prom 1 j/A October to Utk June. .Bainb Tuesday, Tb rjday, and ?Saturday at 9 p m Arr.ve at Aptlacbicola next Wednesday and Friday by 4 p m, and Momliy I y U a ni Lemve Apalaehicol* Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday at 5 am Arrive st Biiubridge next day? |y ft s m. FromXUh June to 15/4 October. Leave Rainbridge Tuesday at 3 pin, and Sat urday at *2 p in Arrive ?t AraUchioola next Wednesday by 4 p m, and Sunday by '.I p m Leave Apalnchicola Mon-jsy at 12 ra, and Wednesday at 10 p m Arrive af Baiubridge nut Tuesday by 1 n m. and Thur-d*y by 10 p m. For form of propo.-a", gua'antee, and certificate, at** for instruction* *td requirements, paui plilst a lvrti em mt? of Fouler in Virginia Fiord*. Ac , dated January 12 18JA,and February 9, lri7 Prop??sals should b? superscribed 4i pionusals for route 6lW, Floriiia," and kdi by mail to he 14 J4 *c ond Assistant Postmaster General, C'ontraet Office." - , , JAMES CAMPBELL, mar o law4w Postmaster General. [No. 57i J .?retid?nt of United Statea. I p n?^iCK,?F LAW, I. FKANKLTN JL PiEM K, Piesid?bt of th? I'r.i ej St.ttes of Am-rica, do hereby <ier!are and ma<e known tl.at public silea wiii b? htij a: the uo ter mentioned .and offices in ihe Tsp.;utory okOrccov, ai Uie i.?. riods d?n*ira!ter desigravd. to wit: At ills land office at ?)r*? in i 'ity, C'-nim^t'ii.'K on Monday the ler./4 day *1 Jht^ust nejt, |.?r U.e dis P?'al of the public lands within ifte following ram d town-h {.a vit: ,K forth of the base lint and east of the Willamette me ridian. Towntlnp one and ttacuonal township two, of range ons. r ' South of the bate li.ie a,id eait of the Wilametle t,it ri"lian. i a -> iur?. Town hi pa one, two. and three, r.f tan-n cur I owtisliip-4 one, two and th ee, ol laog* two. XorthoJ the base Kne and toe* of Ihe IVPUmetlc me* ridian 1 Township one, of ranges one, two a d three. South of the base line and we t of the JVdl'smeUe mi > than. Township one. of racgeM one,tuo and three. Township th es, of lances ?re ana two. Towmbip four, of ranges me two am three fit>e.?WlU 8fcV<!n? of 'a 'i" two, three, four and elev three, four and fire. Townships seventeen and eighteen, of rar.g/rAree Townships seventeen an! eighteen,of rai.*e four nTiAilhe'ar,1^ ^ at Wis Chester, c mm^S. on Monday, the tenth day of Jti^ust tu.t, for the disiKifa! oi the puniic lands wiuattj wltliin the :ol Iowing nam -d lownshipe, vie : South of the bate line a-ul weti cf the Willamette me ridian. Sections one to fifteen, inelu<iv?, the notii^asf l^rCtMn *"'"*?*> too nor Ilea "t quar ?r ofse tion twe ly two, sections twenty ttare.* tweo ty-four, twenty nve, t?enty-gjx, ano thuiy-five of UiWiish p tweiiiy-tw ,<?f raage ?i*. Toe fcojthwc.t quarter ?.f section seven, the ^ i!e7??i^hprl*r0,| tT."0" ,h" norti.w?st gua ter anl the kou Ii hall ol mmi ,n m vjateon, U )iis eighteen, Liaete ii, twenty, aud twenty one !? n"? ',n.r er of sect^u twe^y 7/the n jrfhwest quaru.r ofsecti.Ki t?ebty e.gbf, sec'.^s jwan'y-nine, thirty, thiryone and tSiny t^o of towusiup twenty t^o, or,a,g? ,e,en. Y ' ?' , ??ne 10 V*' ,I,C,U:^,V?', of a e'inn four: lc,|4 one to lour, inclu.ive, ol action fiv,; |ot? one to 'k ai"1 s->uih?a.i quarter of the ?ouUita*! q. a-ter ?f stcUou n<vn.; lou. ore t!*-v rtlit'of lilri!,aUd tb* a?i,thW9't quarter of th- ?ort-> k' "KJt/t0e ban of section, the ? *??1 ha i ot the riorthwect uua#er. the north wear quarter of the . oru.^t qn^rcer, an- the half of th. soathwest quarter of n.ne; the s^IheS quirier of the a. utheast quarter ot sect'.on ten the scuthwest qoa ter of the routhwekt quarur of ?,ec Uon el?ven;tbe southeast quarter ot aeetiou twelve sect.ot.? thirteen, fourteen nnd 0ft?-eu ; ih-n?rth' west qua ur r?f uie north a-.t, and the ncriW.t 1 ",ls ?"w lo 'itlu si**, aud the iiortbrfi.st qu?rt.r of the a- uthea*t quarter ot section twen y. sections t?n.?riiv one tu twenty seven, ineluwv.; the ea^i haifa -.1 u?-? rlb r?"' IS'Z.'V:".'" "y "s" ? It two, aad the soujuast qua. ter o< the northta-i quarter of section twenty nine; the northeast ter of section thirty-thrce, a ,d sevtnns tL^v i ur aMMbirty-fivs, oi townst.ip twenty two, ol range Lots one snd two, of auction aeven : Ion one to five melu-iw, and the east half of the sentheaat quarter of sei-t on eight, the ? SM half of tbe " ??? west quarter cf section nine, the north ha!f ol ih!? ncrthta-t quarter, the ronh iall o? the nirthwest quarter, ai.d lots one to four ir.r?.. iv- . r? 1 thirteen ; the north hall, and lot. one to trur mdli* sive,of section fourteen; the sou h haifofthe north ea<t quarter, the south half of the nc^wrstoar er and lots one to four, inclHriVe ot' m^Z^ dr the northeast quarter of tte riofrhen f 1 i fiUeen ' and twoofsectun ? ^""anj;2^TUW' ?f tUWnsh,P twt-??y twen,y-"x and twenty-jtv n, of Town-hip, twsnty-six aad twsniy ?Vsn of,a ,ge eigTbt^f'iX^y eiX' th'?v-.even, and thirty ofU^rf?^ta,?,rel'7r"hipthirty!,ix' ?,h and east sections one to six inc"isivl?WJIl?t'iP teen leelus.ve, and sec Uo, iJrrTit VU *? rtf* thiny-eignt, of range tlo IWe*Jy-*?u'o'townsni, Township thirty, ix. of raags sic tuthir.jr-four, t-r .fWioi ' y-sne, the west haifof ^',1^^ . rty and u'lr uon thiny-four of toMn>>hip ihiVj'-e^? nineteen sto twen v-two in.i.. ' "ff''1' *+ lions twenty-sevi n to S ny-Tour mi.-TT' a,'d ^Uon I th rty-n ne; saeu^Toltr '?? uJTni m t"WM"hi? I sigh.ee,, of township hr.y, o- ra^ga seril ' *Dd South of th, bate line and east of th. WUlamette me ruiuim Laadsaocrjpriated by law for the ?he of school 2? M 0ti' ' will bi excluded front i r Un'Ja ^ ? >nnirne order n Vh/l aod w'" prcor-ed is the "haU h^u'en 7 aT *Jv, ru?-d. -h. who? bat un lh* raies Uiuft c o*c! ; weeka, a?<1 no pl ?pen ,un'rer l' a" two w'l' b, a^m.iitd uot*| ?Ti^V^iK ' ar'y ?' 'ands two Wm-ks. ,ef ,',t' **^iratio0 of the tb?th.rtISSh SI HW tbe e xy<* Washington, thomand eight burred a Uctnim r"e By the President: '^A/dKLIN PiEUCE. Thos A. Hesdhh K. NOTICE TO PAE EM PTIotw Ev?y person sn itied ^ ,u 'A'MANTS. Uon to any of the lands w,thi,, of P?-emp tarts of townships shove enuinrr.refT"' ,p" ?,lJ es-ab'ish the sams to th?ittnr ^JJ* r*Muir?d to aad receiver of the propsr land o<n! r,*'?ter rmyncni therefor at ooit at jvacti, Jue*'nnd ,noke thu noti rand b-fore thedar aptiotntfd m?nc* ment of tb* public *ale of ths 'a^s lm^1"' Maimed ; oiherwiw mieb c'a in w^in I fcrfciiod THOS. A HRWDRiPks ** f b 19-uJl?wJ k>W?r ^ Goatr" Lamd ??c* WEN TV FIV* Ft ANUS IN STORE JL being the Urgent stock la thlaoltjr to seioci ^,11 J?'HN F. e?li?T^ mwI1 near loth street. Medicines. ?TOP THAT COUUH I TUK GREAT REMEDY FOR GODflHS Cold., Crowp and Whoopi". Cowoh ' r-nr? S *0SE'3 COVQH SYRUP Cpg^coqgh, of the worn kind. It also cure. "?*?*, eore throat. weakness of the afceat. and affection* vrheie jywttere ta pain mix with the Cough Syrup 10 reiw ? n ?Cur?T'T011 willfindlmmedfate ' Congh 8yn?P rellerea and &S^^S?S3S*tgfi; "* tom U7"* la bottles at 50 cent* and f l. TO CURE CROUP. The llvea of thousand of children have been saved, by using Dr. ROSE'S Croup Svrup. I? give* Instant relief. 25 cents a bottle. TO CURS WHOOPINQ COUGH Df. ROSE'S Whooping Cough Syrup la the only certain cure for whooping Cough. It cures In a short time, and allays all Irritation of the Longs SO cents a bottle. The above valuable medicines are recommaed ed by Physicians who have tried them In their practice. To be had of all Druggists In Washington, mndria. dee HMm Georgetown, and Alexanc COUGHS?COLDS?H0ABSIHI8I. DK. TYLER'S COMPOUND SVRUP OF GUM ARABIC: The most Pleasant, Safe and Speedy Cure for Whooping Cough, Croup, Asthma, Diseased Lungs, and Consumption. Enttrtd according to Act ofCongrtti,A.D. 1837. IN AttAIN PRESENTING TO THE NOTICE A of the public the above remedy, we feel ihai little apology is needed. Vast numbers la all sections of the Union are obliged to have recourse to other sources of relief th?n the immediate pre script on of their family physician, and as each return of the winter seasva brings out a host of professedly new specifics, some good, other* use less, and maav decidedly dangerous, It b^omeg as much a matter of duty as interest, believing this to be a remedy, combining the greatest ad vantages, with thelenst objer tions of aisy other In use, to make It a? extensively known as prac ticable. '1 bat such la Its character, Is abundantly proved by the fact, that it Mas been extensively used the last twenty vear? with unparalleled sac tic- v ? * - ? - ---- ? J J " ""ai uu|?aiouriru cess: that Its reputation L&m continued to gprsad and Its sale Increase, with little aid from edver or published lists of certificates, (which tlsing all know can as easily be had for a worthless preparation as for a meritorious one,) that bv Its own intrinsic merit, with the reeommendat on of persons benefitted by its use, It has gained Its preieat popularity; It Is not trumpeted to the world as a specific or cure all, but as a valuable and scientific auxiliary in pnlmoaary cases, ready at hand, and one that Las bean generally fontid to afford relief where most others have been tried without material benefit As such, It Is recog nised by numbere of our leading physicians, who snow it* composition, acd fe&ve been eye wit cesses of its superior elfica^y, as well as by thou sands of our moKt respectnble cltixen*, to most of whom reference is cheerfully permitted. Sold at 25 cents, or three bottles In one. 511 cts.. by NAIRN A PALMER, and CHAS. STOTT, VVjujfainfrtom ClsskL. UPAraALiivn ftnd FEEL Washington: C1S3KL, Georgetown A STEVENS, Alexandria. fti'UJ**!1'8 BUM ARABIC COUGH CANDY DROPS*' the same composition In a portable form, much patronised by public speak ers, singers, frequenters of public afwmblles, 4 c , as they remove all husklness from the throat and voice and act like a charm on a troublesome oough. Price 12X and-45cents a box. dec fl-ly HOW TO CURE ALL PAIN. ?AIM IS THE FORERUNNER OK MOST diseases?cure the Pain and check the disease DR. ROSE'S PAIN-CUREK wlli cure Rheuma'ism, Neuralgia, Pains in the Limbs, Sides or Back, Spralns^nd BrfiZi*gZ ar.d Tooth Ache, Pain or Cramp in the Stomach or Bowels, Sore Throat, Burns, Scalds, Ague or Lump,, in the Breast, Chiila, Spinal Affection*, and I alns In the feet Indeed, it cures all Pain ID" 12#, 25, and 50 cents a bottle. rJi B1,lou" an"t have a bad Cold, take MR ROSS'S RAILROAD OK ANTI-B1L JO US PILLS. They cany off all blle and ro pn7e,a<^ld.- Thi* 'Ful8 K? m other Pills In their good effects Boxes 12m and as cent*. Sold by all Druggist* in Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria. deeloUm ITER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, U? rapid Car* af COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, BRONCHITIS,WHOOPIN'G-COfG H, CROUP, ASTHMA, AND coNsuMrrioN. Among the numerous discoveries Science has made in thl* generation to facilitate the business of life ?Increase Its enjoyment, and even prolong ureterm of human exigence,nonecan be earned of more real value to mankind than thlscontilbutlon of Ch'mlstrv to the Healing Art A vast trial of its virtues throughout this broad country, has proven beyond a doubt, that no medlciue or com Dlnxion of medicines yet known, can so surely control and cure the numerous varieties of pulmo narw disease which btve hitherto swept from our thousandsandthousandseveryyear, indeed there I* now abundunt 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 following -.?and refer further enquiry to my American Almanac, which t&e agent below named, will always be pleased to furnished free, wherein are full particular*, and Indisputable proof of these statement*. Owicb o? Transportation, ? Laurens, R. R., 8 c., Aug 4, ls5B.i jnl*!", u?rSlr,-My?lttle*on,four years old, has just recovered from a severe attack of maglignant Scarlet Fever, his throat was rot ten, and every person that vUited him, pronounc ed him a dead child Having used your Chukkt I kctokal, In California, in the winter of i860 for a severe attack of Bronchitis, with entire sud ce*?, I was induced to try it on my little bey. 1 gave him a tea-spoon-fuLI evary three hours, com mencing in the morning, and by ten o'clock at night, I found a decided change for the better was able to eat or drink without pain. abOTe Raracd disease win save # m R P|e?atu'e gniTe, and relieve Siny * foa,i Part"n: For all af H T^r?f ,LunKB>1 believe It the extant, a feeling of the deepest Utude, prompts me In addresaslng you the*e bov WOuMno'J^li Uttlt bov would now have be^Tn 'anoThwWK' I am yours with great respect, J. D. POWELL, Supl/Trans., L. R. R. Rockt Hili, Somerset Co., N. J. July 21 IA54 ' 1 D*. J. C. Atir. -Since ycur medicine ha* come known here ft has a greater demand than any other comrh remedy we have ever sold, in* spoken of In term* of unmeasured praise by those 'U(1 i *nnw ?* some caset where sny of it Is not too much for the good it has done. 1 take pleasure In selllne it ^r?th ^ 1 am Rlvln? ?y customers' the worth of their money, and 1 feel sratlleH i? ielng the benefit It confers. Pleaae send me a further supply, and believe mo Yours, with respect. X' P * aw, JOHN C. WIIITLOCK. 3 y?u wtak "* " ' M 1)* J r a ^^"W, 1852 . ll'' ??'k'* may certify that 1 your CHHaRt P?ctoral for upwards 11 my sincere belief that I of one year; should have been In my g ave ere thl* time If i Js* n^.v 'f cured me of a dangerous vlcUoL wheUnif'-" "" P.?*?** "?y con a fTec tell you it is a prlcelea* remedy. Yours very respectfully, 7 D. A.McCLURL, Attonwy at Law. n_ **5 ?September?, 1850 .1' dear b'r ?Your medicine h ?bb'ovea of by those who have used It w ? uutc wno nave used It It* composition Is *nch as to insure and its reputation I Invariably recom r pulmonary affectlona, as do many of I* much a here, and maintain its icpuuni mend It for pulmonary . our principal physician* I am your friend, CHAS. STREATER, M. D. oU|,M?!rlbirDE*J C AYtK'Ciie?1't. Low* J^LbJ,Z.D- OILMAN, Washington, and all r-pectable dragglst*. de^ aTm 4 *0 000 FJCAt;H TREKS. AUe4;? Sv ^LAR81,1211 HUNDRKD-FOR The above t?l r. r*g1?r' Bemr Wa*hlngton.?^ E VKRu^EN1 ^ ? ARIKNTA L, KMlf BKN'8HADK ?4KRl,ITTREIt!, JOSHUA PEIRCE. itieift'i Improved 8owlng MicUxim. f o which wae granted the Highest Award el the Pane Exhibition, thereby receiving the Werld'e Verdict of Superiority. Tib improvements in this ma chine has simplified them la many respect*, tad they are eapsbieof execotlag twice the amooai ef work they did formerly la aay glvea time. They ere without question the oaly Machines ca

pable of sewiag every variety of goods perfect: a shirt boeom or heavy traoe for harness can be sad thread la sueha'maaaerthat ti aloe est scrutiny canaot detect a fault. Manufacturers, planter* and families will lad them the only safe Machines to purchase, aa they are huilt strong aad durable, aad act likely to get oat of order. We have machlaes with gaages attached,for Madlaghats^p-ffroats, gaiters, *e. 811k, Thread, Cottoa, Needles, *?., eeastsatly ea haad, at the lowest rates. Fersoasdeslreus ef laformatloa regardlag Sew lac Machlaes will please address I. M. SINGER * CO., let Baltimore street. Baltimore N. B.-We are prepared to exchange these ma chlaes for old machines of any kind Terms lib eral. Persons who have beea Induced to purchase aferlor machlaes aader the pretext of belag ?heap, will Aad this a beaelt ladeed. mar 1C?ly BOOR BINDINO. Cinur Eltvtnth ttrttt end M*rfl*nd ??i?si, ntartkt Smttkaonian Institution Edwakd lycett respectfully in forms the subscribers to Brown's Bible and Shakspeare, now Just completed, that he Is pre pared to bind those works In a superior style of elegance, strength and solidity, and cpoa much more reasonable terms than can oe done In Bsltl more, Philadelphia, or New York. A letter ad dressed to him (per post) will enable him to ex hlbit to the subscribers specimens of Ms style of binding. Every kind of Book Binding neatly ex ecuted. sei7-ora TO A LL THA T VALUE THE IK SIGHT WISHES TO CALL THE ATTENTION to aU that suffer with defective sight, caused by age, sickness, and particularly from /lasses injudiciously selected, to his superior SPECTACLES and GLASSES carefully ground by himself to a true spherical accuracy, and brll llant transparency, suited precisely snd bene! ilally to the wearer according to the concavity or convexity of the eye. Very numerous are the ill effects caused to tne precious organ of sight from the commencement of using glasses In not belne precisely suited, by the useofnn Optomtttr; and the practice of many yenrs enables hi in to mens are the focal disease of the eyes, and such glas? es that are absolately required will be furnished with precision and s&tlshction JOHN TOBIAS acknowledges the very libe ral encouragement already obtained, and further solicit* the patronage of those that h*?e not yet availed themselves of his aid Persons that cannot conveniently call, by send ing the glasses in u*e, and state how many Inch es they can read this print with their spectacles, can be supplied with such as will improve thaii sight. Innumerable testimonials te be seen; and ref erences given to many who have derived the greatest ease and comfort from his glasses. Circulars to be had gratis, st his ofiic*, Nc ?19 SEVENTH STREET, thru doors fro? Odd Ftllowi? Hall, vt svaias. Notion, September 7, lt-54. Sir?The Spectacles you made for me suit ver well, and seem to have Improved my sight luort tkaa aay other I have lstely tried. LITT. W. TAZEWELL I have tried a pair of Spectacles obtained from Mr. Toblas.'and find them of great assistance to ay sight, and corresponding with his description of the focus. I recommend him as a skillful op ticlaa. HENRY A. WISE. Having beea induced by a friend to vlsltth: es tablishment of Mr Tobias for the purpose of try- | lug his glasses, 1 was furnished by him wl'.h a pair silently colored blue, which nave afforded me more relief and gratification than any I have ever tried. My "ignt, originally very good, was Injured by writing and reading at night, fre quently to a veiy late hour; but with the aid of these glasses I can study almost as late as ever, and t'czt too without the pain 1 have previously differed. JOHN WILSON, Lai* Cocaialsilener Gen'l Had Offise. Dec. 11, ISM. 1 have ured Mr. Tobias's Spectaclss fir thre? ?r four months, snd take greet pirn sure la say ing that 1 am much pleased wlta them. 1 have Sto'i much benefitted by thera. Mayftth.1354. 8L0R P.30ARBVR8M. I was recommended to Mr. Joha Tobias as a ikiliful or.tlc'an; and as 1 haveey.'S of remark ible peculiarity, 1 was gratified to find thst Mr Tobias seemed to comprehend them t>y ln?pec :lon arid some blight measurement, ana he hm aiademeupuir of Spectacles that suits me ad airably. A. P. B0TLLR. July 11,IMC. W!L Ml Its ton, N. C., Jan. S7, lfcM Mr. J Tt Bias: Dear Sir?1 am happy to say that the Spectacles which 1 obtained from you last week are entirely satisfactory. Prom an Inequal ity In the virtual ran*e of utv eyes, I have hereto found great difficulty In getting glasses of the proper focal distance. It affords me pleasure to ?tate that, by the aid of your optometer, this diffi culty has Wen happily obviated so that the glasses you furnished me are decidedly the best adapWtd to my eyes of any 1 have ever yet used. Very respectfully, yours, R. B. UK AN E, Rector of St James' Parish. DaraaTMBNT or Innaioa, May 7,1555. From natural defects and the unequal range of j my eyes, I have been compelled to use glasses for several years. 1 have tried different opticians without obtaining glasses perfectly fitted to my eyes. Four months since M r. Tobias made two palm especially for me, which 1 have found to serve me perfectly. By the use of his optometer ho la enabled to adapt Glasses minutely to theeys. 1 most cheerfully recommend Mr. Tobias to all having occasion to use glasses, and bear my testi mony as to his skill as an optician. HENRY E. BALDWIN, Assist. Sec'y to sign Land Warraats. P. 8 ?OPERA 8LASSES of great variety TELESCOPES A MICROSCOPES, WATCH MAKER GLASSES, and many other artldcs la this line at very low prices constantly oa haad. Jy 18-1/ ?rltCAT RKUUCTIOR IV THS FEICE 07 BOOTS AID OA ITS El 1HAVE ON COMMISSION, FOR A PMIL adelphla manu facturer, a first rate Sewed or Pegged Calf-Skin BOOT at 83.75, full as good as those usually sold at 85 or 85: and a French Calf Patent Leather GAITER at 83 .SO, as good as any at95; afirstrateCalf ?alter at 82.50, these are the best goods that Is (or ever were) ?old la the District for the prloe; for the proof, come and see for yourself. Terms positively eash. No extra 5roll charred to ofcet bad debts. Call at the IE V YOkK HAT STORK, Seventh street, aear Pennsylvania aveaue. Best RUBBERS for gentlemen 81. m34-tf ANTHONY, Agent. CHINA. HLASS AND QUKKItS W4HE 9R. H. MILLER, SON A CO.,^mT) Importers direct from Liverpool Alexandria, beg leave to csll the at tentlon of dealers, hotel keepers and mm others of Washington and Georgetown to their stock of GOODS, which, for extent and variety, will compare favorably with any establishment la the Eastern cities. The oonnexlon of their senior partner with the manufacturers of Europe and the United States for upwards of 3D years, has given him advan tages in the purchase of goods, equal, If not supe rior, to any house In the trade. An Inspection of goods and prices will satisfy all parties that pur chases can oe made of them upon the most favor able terms French China Dinner Sets, gilt and decorated French China Dinner Sets, gold band and plala white French China Vases. Pitchers, Toilet Sets, Ac. French China Tea Sets, Cups and Sauoers, aad other articles of Teaware Aad Dinner Ware, separate from nets India China Dinner Sets, and separate articles al ways on hand White Granite Ware la every variety, la sets, aad sepamte from sets, as may be desired Blue Printed or Liverpool Ware, the same Common Edged, White aad Rockingham Ware, in full supply. Cut, Pressed, Plain and Moulded Glass Ware from the best establishments la the Eastern aad Western States, which will be sold by the pack age or otherwise. experienced packers employed. Goods put up by us can be transported ay any mode without breakage. Fare by the steamboats from Washlagtoa te Alexandria, almost hourly, liijf cents each way A quarter of a dollar thus spent may save many louars. dec I ww.hacknxt w.a. paytoh. ?AACR1IMY h DAVTon, Real Estate aad Geasrat Laad Aasaey. owaba Cut, n. t, feb 14-Tu4F4m MtdlCl&M. DR. DtTRiri REMEDIES in thinly effectual cure for External or Internal Pile*, Saltrbeum, Ring-Worm, Ac. Tbey are uarlval led for purifying theMood. 90 cents per box. Oftoe 71 Naaaa stieel, New York. Will be seat by ?all. ri aale by FORD 4 RAO., eeraer of lHk * and Pana. avanaa. wB PKIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE OH TBI PHYSIOLOGICAL VIEW OF MARRIAGE *T at. i. la croix, m. Dm&umti n. ?? 350 pages and 130 fine Plain and Colored Lithographs and Piaiee. 49-rRICB ONLY 35 CENTS.-? 49* Sent Jree of porta't to all part* of U< rsioa^l DR. M B LA CROIX'S PHYSIOLOGICAL VIEW OF MARRIAGE. A new and revised edmin of 230 pages andlftO pistes. Price 35 cents a copy, A popular and comprehensive t?eati?e on the.duuesaodca-ualtiesoT single and married life - hap py andfruiiful alliances,mode , ofsec uriiig them- iufelit itcus' and infer ile ones - th?-ir oh viation and removal?neiv (?us debility, iu etuice* sod care, by a process at once so simple, safe, and effectual, Uiat lailure i.t nn,K*<sib!i? tules for daily manage ment?au v!*ay uj Spermnorrboea, with practical oth?? nation* on a tafer a.id more successful mode of treatm -nt?pr< cautionary hints on the evil results Irom empirical |Kac?ice; to which is added com mentaries on the di?< a-?e< uf ftmal< ??from infancy to old age?each <a?e graphically illustrated by beautiful plate*. It points out tiie remedies for those self inflicted ini eries and disappointed hopes so unfortunately -pitvalent in the young. It is a trn htul adviser to the married and those coDUm* plating marriage. Its perusal is particularly re? m mended to persons entertaining secret doubts of their physical condition, and who are consri us of having ha/arc<'d the ht altb,happiness and privileges to which every liuinan being is entitled to. Price 35 cents per copy, or five copies forfl. mailed free of (.ostage t<> any part of the United 8ta?es, by addressing Iir. LA f'ROlX, (postpaid,) A.bany, New York, enclosing 35 rents. N. H ?Those who prefer m*y consult Dr. LA CROIX upon any of the diseases upon which his book beats, eithr r persoaaliy or by mail. His med ian's often cure in-the thoit space ? f six days, and completely and entl;tJy - radica'e all traces of those disorders which copa'va and ciib.bs have so long been thourht an Qnt:d<ne. to the ru;n of the health of the puient. Hi? "French Secret" is the great continental remedy f.?r that cla?sof disorders which unfortunately, physician* tr? at with mercury,to the Irretrievable de tructio.i of the patient's constitution, ard which all the sarsaf arilla In the world cannot cure. UJ- Offire No. 31 Maiden Lane, Albany, M. Y. feb 14 dfcwlyt Peruvian" syrijp. Having successfully parted the ordeal to which new discoveries in the Materia Med lea are tubjscted, most now be received as an established medicine ITS EFFICACY, IN CURING DYSPEPSIA, Affections o f the Liver, Dropsy, Neuralgia, Bronchitis ard Consumptive Tendencies, Disordered state of the Blood, Boils, Gen eral Debility, and all Diseases which re fuire a Tonic and Alterative medinne is eyond question. The proofs of Its eficacy are so numerous, so well authenticated, and of such peculiar charac ter, that b-uRtrers cannot reasonably hesitate to re ceive tbe proffered aid. The Peruvian gyruo does not profaes to be a curt-all, but Its range la extensive, because many disease-*, apparently unlike, are Intimately re lated, aad. ptooeedlng from one cause, may be cured by one remedy. The class of disease* for which the Syrup pro vide* a cure, is precisely that which has so often taded the highest order of medical skill. The facts are tangible, the witnesses accessible, and the safety and eAcacy of the Syrup Incontrovert ible. Those who may wish fhr an opinion from dis interested persons respecting the character of the Syrup, car not fail to ce satisfied with the follow ing. among numerous testimonial*, In tte hands of the Agents Ti e signatures are those of gen tlemen well known in the community, and of ff highest respectability CARD. The undersigned having experienced the bene ficial (fleets of the ''Peruvian fcyrup," do not hesitate to recommend it to the atteuilcn of the publ'c From our own< xperlence. as well as from the testimony of others, whose Inte licence and in tegrity are altogether unquestionable, we have no doubt of iu efficacy In case*of Incipient Diseases of the Lungs and Bronchial Passages, Dyrpephla. Liver Complaint, Dropsy.Neuialgla Ae. Indeed its etRcts won d be Incredible, but from the high character of those who have witnessed them, aad have volunteered th'lr testimony, as we do ours, to Its restorative power JOHN PIKRPONT, THOMAS A DEXTER, S. H. KENDALL, M D. SAMUEL MAY. THOMAS C. AMORY. or sale by X D G1LMAN, Special Agent. Pennsylvania avenue, and at the Uenersl For i 350 Agency, ct'rner of L an < streets, Navy Yard. feb 36 PILES?PILES?FILER. WE CALL ATTENTION TO ALL WHO are afflicted with this dreadful complaint to the following sworn certificate from one of oar most respectable eitixens, the father-in-law of the proprietor of the ''Courier des Etas Unls," and formerly gunmaker in Philadelphia: Nkw Yohi, Aug 26th, 186*. Dm DvraiB?Dear Sir1 hereby certify that I have been afflicted with the Piles for nearly sixty years, that 1 have used eighteen bottles of Barnes1 Pile Lotion, and everything else I could here of, but all to no affect, for they did me little or no good. About two months since, I commenced using your remedies for the Piles, a?d have the happiness to say that they have had the desired effect, having eured me 1 coneldet thle almost a miracle, for I am eighty yean of age. 1 sinoere ly recommend them io all aftiloted with tbe above oomplalnt. P. VALLEE, 73 Franklin at State of New York, > New York City and County. I I. Joseph C. Lawrence, do hereby certify that on the day of the date hereof, before u.a personal ly came P. Yallee, to me well known, who, be ing by me duly sworn, did depose and say that the contents of the foregoing certificate signed by him are true. In witness whereof I have tnbecrlbed my aame, as Commissioner of Deeds and as a Notary Public of the State of New York, and havea? fixed my Notarial Seal at my ofitee, In New York, this 35th day of August, IBM JOSEPH C. LAWRENCE. Commissioner of Beed* and Notary Public of the State of New York. 87 Wall street, New York. We challenge the Medical Facultv of the Uni ted States to produce a certificate equal to the above. Dr. Duprle's Remedies are the only ef fectual cure for external and Internal Piles. Oaly 30 cents per box Office?7? Nassau street. New York Will be sent by mall to any part of the United Stat* For sale by FORD Jk BitO., corner of Hth t and Pa ave, Washington, D. C oc 33 W. O. MKTZKROTT, (evecasson to Oaoaai HtLsas.) kfemt ?( Have a a Baesa's aad Wllttaas Millar's H celebrated pianos, AS ALWAYS ON HAND THE LA KB EST ?lock of PIANOS from S175 up to MELODEONS from #45 to ?3?0. GUITARS. VIOLINS, BRASS 1N8TRV. WENTB, FLUTES. BANJOES, ACCORD SONS, and SHEET MUttlC, aheapar thaa la iny hoaae south of New York. Musie published and received every day. Pianos for reat. bov u Information for Travslsrs, UEAWH?* ALK1ANPRIA li. R. ROAD. OrMt Boat hern Mail Lin ? ? ffVWO D4ILY TRAINS (SUNDAY NIBHTS JL excepted) leave Alexandria for Richmond fob M WASHINGTON BRANCH KAUMVAU. HHRAINS LEAVE WASHINGTON Pot 1 BALTIMORE at ? and fx ?. m , u4 31?4 4* t rc OaBonoayat4K p. a. Ldfl JALTl.MORE for WASHINGTON at 4* and 0* a n .and 3 and 4* p. m. On Sunday at 4Jtf a. m. PuifBgwi for Ph Uadelphlaand New York win take Train* at 0, 8#, and 4; For Annapolla will take For Norfolk will take For tbe West wll uke Trains at 6 and 4*: cob aertlng at tke Washington J uncUoo Un 16 Lf T. H. PARSONS, Agent Af'u.auM iirw lonvi^ d4? ke Trains at P% and 4If. Trains at eg asd 3 FOR ALL PARTS OF THE WEST. BALT1MUHK AND OHIO MAILKUAI). Aiw and Improved Ar**ngemmtt. Three trains daily from balti more, for Cumberland, Wheeling, and al) parta of tbe W?t. lat. Tbe ACCOMMODATION TRAIN will leave, (except Sunday) at 0 44 a m , consortia* with trains from Philadelphia. flrat train fron, Washington (at Junction) ?will atop nt way *'a Hoot ana arrive at Cumberland nt 4 o'clock p m. Sd Tbe MAIL TRAIN leave* Cam a en Sta Uon dally (except Sunday) at 0 90 a. m , ani reaches Wheeling by 4 a. m , connecting at Ben wood with train* for Columbus. Cincinnati, Day ton Indianapolis, l<oulavllle. Cleveland, ToNu, Detroit, ?'blcago, St Louts, Cairo, and Inter me diate points. Jd A be EXPRESS TRAIN leaves daily a: 7 p. m., connecting with express train* for Cin cinnati. St. Louis, Cairo, Chicago, and Interna dlste p>aces The distance to Cincinnati and other central and southern places tn tbe West. I* nearly itw miles shorter thaa by anv other route. The time to tliese places Is also unequalled. I[T baggage checked through to Celumbua, Cincinnati. Indianapolis, atd St. Louis E Passenger* and Baggage transferred at all free ' THROUGH TICKETS will be so'-d to ail tbe large towns In the W est, at the lowest possible rates, at the Ticket Otflce, Cain den Statfm. aid at Washington city. A second-(Lisa car la attached to tbe Mall Train. Passengers fromJBaltlmoreor Washington may e??w tke entire road If daylight, by taxing A coiamodatlon or Mall Train, and lying o*?r*i Cumberland or Oakland Tbey resume nei: morning by the F.xpreae Train, which 'ease* Cumlierland at * it) a. m : and reacben Wh?;. Ing at v-pm. Passenger* from Washington have ample t!i>e for meals at Waahlcgton Junction. This Is the only route by which Through Tic*, et* and Baggage Checks can be obtained li Washington. FOR WAY PASSENGERS The Accommodation Train at 0 IS, will ?toti at all stations east of Cumberland, and tbe Kxprejs at ?ta'lmi? between Piedmont, ir?d. g west F.;.*t waidly the Mall Train leaves W heel lag at 7 15 a m , and Accommodation leaves Cumber.tnd at 8 00, reaching Baltimore at i 45 p m. The FREDERICK TRAIN start* at 4 p ir. , (eieept Sunday) stopping at way stations ly-av* Frederlck at ? a m ., arriving nt Baltimore at lx 30 noon. Tbe JILLICOTT'S MILLS TRAIN leaves Camden Station at 6 a m and 3 3d p ?. Leaves El ileott's M Ills at 7 30 a m, and 7 JO p m , ex cept Sundays. W S W'OODSIDE, J an 10- tf M aster of Transportation THE HEW YOKE AND LIVlEPOOL vffiBk UNITED STATES smmmL mail iteamkai Tke Skips comprising lAit Lint art: Tbe ATLANTIC Capt Oliver Eldridge Tbe BALTIC Capt Joseph Comstmx The ADRIATIC Capt James West. Tbeae ships having been built by oentract ex pressly for Cover* meat service, every care has been taken In their construction, as also la <helr engines, to Insure strength and speed, and their ac< ommcdaiiOEs for passengers are unequalleu for el? gance and comf 'rt. Price o? pa***g ? from New York to Liverpool, In flr?t cabin, SIS'; la second do ,tW; exc.u?lve use of extra size state rooms, 9U7S. From L ver pool to New York. 30 and *0 guineas An expe rienced Surgeon atta^hrd to ?ach ship. No berth* can be secured until paid for Tbe shl|? of th>* line have improved water-tl >bt bulk h>?d?,ai.d to avoid danger from Ice will not cross the Bank* north of 4* degrees, nntil after the lat of Aagusi. PROPOSED DATES OPSAILINV vkoh hkw Y<>aK. . raoif LiVKxeovL. Saturday. Jaassry a lt*"| Wedi.?adaj, MwrT r, IrtT tialardajr. Jauuarjr 17, 1 n', ? WrJuwttr. JanSI, 1* telordty, Jtuoirf II, K" fetrun > < I*. SatufUy, f?fcraarj U, IttT j ?*4awU), rafcfua j 1*. la*7 Saturday. March 1?. IH" ' Wed baa Uy, lUrv), ?, K" ttaiardiy. April 11, lii? t?rU I, 1-s: ?*tur<??y, M-j S. IW?dn??u/. a#rti m S?lur.:?/, tJ, ISiT'- " 8? ?rd?y, Juo? *, lStT ?Mardajr, Jac* *0, 1M7 Satuidaf, July ?, l?i7 Saturday, Jm'r IS, 1? It lit: W?dn?a.Wf. A+rti WadiiMday. May t., Wad;?aday, Jan* 1*, IwT ? arti>a?4ar, iuna s^ 1**: WoJi.cadt), Jalj a lat: W aJucada/, Jalj e, la*J For freight or pa?*a e apply to FDW >D K COLLINS, No M Wall et . N. V HKOWN, SHIPLEY A CO . LIverp* STEPHEN KENNARD A CO , No *7 Aus tin Friar*. London B. 0. WAIN WRIGHT A CO., Paris. The ownerv of the*e ahlpa will not be acconr ? table for gold, >llver, bullion, eneele, iewe.rv, precious stones or metals, unless nltla cf Isdlb^ are signed therefor &nd the value thereof expre** ed therein feo 3 STOCK IN THB OLD D4>!?IINION COAL COMPANY, RANAWMA COUNTY, VIRGINIA. SUBSCRIPTIONS WILL BE RECEIVED O at the Banking Honse of Ckwbb Brother* for tbe remaining stock of the above company, br ing three huudred shares. Tbe oapltal stock 1* SIOO.OOO (dollars,) of which S70.0U0 has ae>>n subscribed. The mines are now prepared for active operations, end 0 per cent laieirw will Eu&ranteed upon tns stock now offered for *?i< y the original atockholders, for the psriod of two years. Particulate In regard to the stock, and its pros pec ta, will be made known upon appUcatljr, U CHUBB DROTHERS Jan*7 P P DANDRID9K. Agert NEW AND BEAUTIFUL STYLE. Macaf acta red freaa Slate Steao, ky tks West Castlatan Slate Coaap?Ay? ft. rpHESE MANTELS ARE ENAMELLED IN J. Imitation of 'he richest and moat exnen*lv.* EGYPTIAN. LISBON. VERD ANTlVtl'K, PORPHYRY, PYRENEES, BROCATLLLA. AOATE, SPANISH 0ALWAY, and other rv and desirable MARBLES. Tbe Imitation* a;< so prefect that they cbalengetbe closest *crutinv Tbey are ao highly poilnhM that they retain their beauty much longer than marble ; are net Injured byamoke, ooal gas, or aclda, and can be ecld mnch cheaper than any others la inai ket. Price raaglng from S113 to Slat. Architects, Builders and others are Invited to call and examine aatuple* at No. 0lSSevcat^ street, 3 doors below Odd Fellows' Hall, sp stairs. I. M HANSON, ss 13-ly Aces' INrERKBT ALLOWED 0* DEPOSITKS. MONEY to LOAN on STOCE SECURITIES. mi mis. iiiiisi Opposite the Traaiury THE HOUSE OF , CHUBB BB0TH1BS, Wnabington, Is composed of CHAS. StJ CHUIIH, JOHN D BARROW. HENRY HOLMES. THB HOUSE OF CHUBB BBOTHER, BABBOW k CO , DavanronT, Iowa, Is composeJ of CHAS Stj CHI. HH, is compose. ALKX'll H BARKUW, Jan*7-tf VVAl U. DOMBAL Rectifying Establishment. The undekciuned takes this method of luforming ll^aot dealers that be bss fitted np a RECTIFY INC ESTA BLISH M EN T In this city, and la now prepared ts aup ply all those who may favor him with their cus tom. He has on hand a large stock of Biandies, Bin, Wines, and Old Whiskeys, which be can sell at as low a flgure as they caa be purchases! for either la Baltimore or Philadelphia. N B The subscriber baa also ou band, a lar*? lot of Foreign and Domestic Cigars PETER FEUAN. No. 06 Louisiana avenue, near luth st. )?14-0me Bird ca4>es, perfumery, brushfh. Combs, Engraving*, Foot Balls, Toys, Books, Umbrellav Barnes, Woolen Hoods, Va ?ea, aad a thousand No Ions, for ?ale law. at mar 10 H J. McLAUOBLIN ACQ'S BISRRTS-BASSETS.?a latrfS variety, at low prices. ? FRANCIS. mars 4W?eveut^st