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STATIONERY, RR1NTINQ, AND BINDING.
Navy DsrAKTMBNT, May 19, 1845. SEPARATE PROPOSALS will be received at the office of the Secretary of the Navy, until 3 o'clock, p. m., of Saturday, the 14th day of June next, for furnishing all the etationery.and executing all the printing and binding, that may be required by the Navy Department, or any of ita bureaux, for the year commencing lat July, 1845, and ending on the 30th June, 1846All the article* to be fumiahed and work to be executed muai be of the beat quality, (except where otherwiaa atipulated,) delivered without delay when ordered, and to the aadefection of the head of the Ace for which they are required. The department reaervea to jtoelf the right of ordering a greater or lea* quantity of each and every article contracted for, aa the public service may require. Bonds, with approved security, to be given by the person or pereon* contracting-, and in case of a failure to supply the article*, or to perform the work, the contractor and hi* sureties shall be liable for the forfeiture specified in such bond, a* liquidated damages, to be sued for in the name of the United State*, in any court having jurisdiction thereof. To insure uniformity in the proposal*, blank r.v>?. *..111 lu A. I-U-.1l .11 ?nn>? llnupins l? bid. But on? price must be affixed to each article, and each article must be bid for. Stationery. 10 reams Polio Post paper, ruled 40 do Cap do 80 do Quarto Post do 40 do Envelop do 5 do Note Paper, gilt edged 40 do copving or tissue paper, quarto poet 10 do do do cap 5 do white cap, flat 10 do blotting, royal 13 wafer stands, or boxes, cocoa 12 pounce boxes, cocoa 3 dozen bottles blue ink, in quarts 3 do do do in pints 3 do do best London copying ink, pint jugs, Arnold's or Terry's 5 dozen quart bottles black ink 3 do pint bottles red ink 6 pounds pounce 5,000 Quills, No. 80, opaque and clarified 360 cards of Steel Pens, 12 on a card 100 do Perryian Pens 50 gross Steel Pens 75 dozen Red Tape, No. 15 to 25 6 do Taste 30 pounds beat superfine Sealing Wax 20 do second quality do 15 do beatquality Wafers 1,000 large office Wafers 50 Penknives, Rodgera's beat four-bade* 34 Erasers, ivory handles 36 ivory Folders, 9 inches 34 Sena-boxes, cocoa wood 12 pairs of Shears and Scissors 60 quarts Black Sand 24 Wafer Stamps, of ivory 31 Pounce Boxes, do 5 pounds India Rubber 24 dozen Black Lead Pencils, Monroe's beat 3 do Red do do 500 sheets of Parchment, best prepared. 14 by 18 34 Inkstands, of glass and wedgewood 10 pounds Outn Arabic 24 Paper Weights, of brass, composition, or lead 10 pounds Cotton Twine 10 do Flax do 200 sheets Drawing Paper, from medium to antiquarian 50 sheets of Tracing-paper 12 sticks India Ink Printing. 2,500 copies of Navy Register, in nonpareil type, about 70 pages folio post, Svo., mostly rule and figure work, to be folded acid stitched, with blue printed covers, paper included 50 copies of Navy Register, same matter overrun into quarto form, to be half bound, and 10 of the copies to be interleaved and faintlined Circulars and other blanks, paper included 50 reams quarto post, 1, 2, 3, or 4 pages 30 reams cap, do do 10 reams folio post, do do Book work, exclusive of paper, viz: Composition, per 1,000 ems Press-work, per token Binding. 10 volumes of newspapers, daily, per yearly ToltimR ' ? 100 volumes of book*, 8vo., full bound, in calt and tiiaep 100 volumaa do half bound Blank book* for record*, Ac., similar to those now in use, which may be examined by all inclined to bid Manuscript letters, to be half bound, per pattern Ffeint ruling SO reams letter paper. May 19? law 14 J PROPOSALS FOR COAL. Bureau or Natt-tards and Docks, May 12, 1845. (SEALED PROPOSALS, endorsed "Proposals O for Cools," will be received at this Bureau, until 3 o'clock, p. m. of the 7th of June next, for famishing and delivering, forthe use of the navy, the following quantities and descriptions of Coal, at the Navy-yards specified, vis: Portsmouth, New Hampshire. 19 tons red ash anthracite. Boston. 1,135 tons Beaver Meadow anthracite lump. 150 tons Peach Orchard anthracite, (broken and screened. 3,600 bushels best Cumberland (for starting fires.) 6,000 do Midlothian, (for smiths' use.; New York. 250 tons Laekawana. 50 do Lehigh, (broken and screened.) 2,000 bushels lump Cumber land, or Onsen's pit. Philadelphia. 50 tons Lehigh, (broken and screened.) Washington. 10,000 bushels lump, ) 15,000 do average, (Midlothian. 20,000 do best Cumberland. Norfolk. 5,000 bushels average, | . 1,200 do grate or screened, \ Mldloth,?nPensacola. 100 ton? anthracite. All of the above Coal* are to be of the very hat quality, and to be free from aulphur and all other impurities; to be delivered at the respective yards, onehalf on or before the 31stdayof August next, and the remaining half on or before the 31st day of October next, subject to the inspection of the officers designated by the commandants of the respective yards, and in all respects satisfactory to the inspecting officers appointed by him. Persons ottering are required to make separate offers for the delivery of each kind of Coal at each of the yards specified, and to state the price fbr each kind distinctly, that separate contracts may be made for each navy-yard, and for each quality, if deaired by the department. Ths price asked for the anthracite Cosl must be for the Ion qf 2,240 pound*, and that for the bituminous must be per buiktl of five necks, as weighed or measured st the yards where delivered; and whan dslivsred, satisfactory evidsnce must be furnished that they were taken from the miuea or pits specified in the contracts. Bonds, in half the amount of each contract, will be required for their faithful performance, in addition to a reservation of ten per centum, upon all bills which may be approved; which reserved ten per centum will not be paid until the completion of the contract to the satisfaction of the respective commandants at the yards of delivery. L. WARRINGTON, Chief of Bureau. To be published twice a week, until the 7th of June next, in the Union, Intelligencer and Constitution, Washington, D. C,: Baltimore Republican and Sun; Pennsvlvanian. Keyatone and Ledger, at Philadelphia; Harritburg Union; Richmond Enquirer; Portsmouth (Virginia) Old Dominion; Evening Poat and Morning News, New York. Proprietors of the above paper* will be pleased to send a oopy of the paper containing the above advertisement to this bureau. May 13? tawtJ7 "ITTHITE SATIN AND ENGLISH KID VV SLIPPERS.?Juat received, a fresh supply of the latest style. Fine kid and morocco Paris ties and slippers, for gl. J. E. FOWLER A CO., Comer of 11th and F streets; and W. MANN, Between 3d and 4} streets, P?nn avenue, Sign of the large boot. Feb. 33 A88YNTHE, from Switzerland, just received and for sale at JULIU8 A. PETERS* Wine store, Pa. av., near 10th street. Jen 38 N*vi DiritTNtNT, Borkau or Provisiomi and Clothinu, April 11, 1845. SEALED PROPOSALS, endorsed "Proposals for Navy Clothing and Clothing Materials," will be received at thia office until 3 o'clock p m.on Tuesday, the 27ih day of May next, for furnishing and delivering (on receiving tnirty daya' notice) at each or either of the navy yards at Charlestown, Massachusetts, Brooklyn, New York, and Gosport, Virginia, such quantities of any or all of the following named articles of Navy Clothing and Clothing Materials, as may be ordered by the Chief of this Bureau, or by the commandants of said navy yards respectively, during the fiscal year commencing on the 1st day of July next and ending on the 30th day of June, 1846, vix: Blue cloth pea jackets. 9,000 Blue flannel shuts (wool-dyed) 4,500 Materials for 4,500 Blue flannel under shirts 750 Materials for 750 Russia linen frocks 3,300 Materials for 3,300 Russia linen trowaers 3,500 Materials for 3,500 Black silk handkerchiefs 5,000 Woolen stockings 13,000 Dn slnrJrs Ifi.lHM) Pumps (pairs) .13,000 Mattresses (two oovers for each) 7,000 Blankets 5,000 Hats 6,000 Blue dungaree, in the piece, per yard Blue nankeen, do do The Clothing and Clothing Materials will be di vided into ten classes, for each of which separate proposals will be received and a separate contract maae, viz: 1st class. All the woollen articles made up, viz: Blue cloth pea jackets and blue flannel shirts and under shirts. 3d class. All the materials that may be required for making garments similar to those specified in first class. 3d class. All the linen articles, made up, viz Russia linen frocks and trowers. 4lh class. All the materials that may be required for making garments similar to those specified in the third <dass, and dungaree and blue nankeen. 5th class. All the pumps. 6th class. All the stockings and socks. 7lh class. All the blankets. 8th class. All the mattresses, including two covers two covers to each mattress. 9th class. All the hats. 10th class. All the black silk handkerchiefs. Those who are engaged in the manufacture of stockings, socks,.pumps, and blankets, if of responsible standing, will have a preference if their terms will admit of it. All the above articles are to be fully equal in the auality of material, pattern, and workmanship to toe samples which are deposited at the aforesaid navy yards; and the materials of which the several garments are composed arc to be considered as samples for the clothing materials required to be delivered, and will be offered for by the yard. The proposals will state whether the articles of woollen ore iu ue oj American or ioreign manuiuciure. The number which will be required or each of the foregoing articles cannot be precisely stated?it is even possible that of some none may be required. A contract will therefore be made, not for a specific number of any article, but for such number of each as the service may require to be delivered at those navy yards respectively. All the above articles must be subject to such inspection at the place of delivery as the Chief of this Bureau may direct; and no article will be received that is not fully equal to the sample or pattern, both in materal and workmanship, and which does not conform in all other respects to the stipulations and provisions of the contract to be made. The clothing is intended for men and boys; and the offers must distinguish the prices for each description, and must be calculated to cover every expense attending the fulfilment of the contract, including the necessary metul and navy buttons. About one-fifth of the whole quantity of clothing will be for boys; a schedule of sizes will be found, with the samples, at the respective navy yards. The whole must be delivered at the risk and expense of the contractor, in good, tight, substantial; and dry packing boxes or bales, ana in good shipping order, firee of all charge to the United States, and to the entire satisfaction of the respective commandants of the said yards of delivery. In case of failure on the part of the contractors to furnish and deliver the several articles which may be ordered from them, in proper time, and qf proper quality, the navy agent shall be authorized to purchase what may be required to supply the deficiency; and any excess of cost over the prices agreed to be paid by the contract shall be charged to and paid by the respective contractors. Bonds, with two approved sureties, in one-third the estimated amount of the respective contracts, will be required, and ten per centum will be withheld from the amount of all payments on account thereof, as collateral security, in addition to the bond given to secure its performance, and not in any event to be paid until it is in all respects complied with: and ninetv tier centum of the amount of all deliveries made will be paid by the navy agent within thirty days after bills, duly authenticated, shall have been presented to him. Bidders whose proposals are accepted (and none others) will be forthwith notified thereof; and three days over and above the ordinary time required for the regular transmission of the mail will be allowed for them to signify their readiness to enter into contract; and ten days over and above the ordinary time required for the regular transmission of the mail will be allowed for the execution and return of a contract and bond. At the expiration of which periods, if no answer be received, or contract and bond returned, the supply will be offered to the next lowest bidder, accord mg to law. JtJP"To be published once a week till the 37th day of May next in the Globe, Constitution, and Intelligencer, Washington, D. C.; Morning Post, and Times, Boston, Massachusetts; Evening Post, and Morning News, New York; Republican, Baltimore, Maryland; Enauirer, Richmond, Virginia. Proprietors of the stove papers will be pleased to send to'this bureau a copy of their paper containing the advertisement during its continuance. April 13?lawt27thMay Navt Agent's Office, Washington, April 17, 1845. PROPOSALS will be received at this office until 3 o'clock, on Saturday, the 17th day ef May next, for furnishing all the fresh Beef and Vegetables thit mnv hft mnnirpfi at thii rtnvnl tttnlion rlnrino- (Km fiscal year commencing on the firat day of July next and ending on the 30th day of June following, that is to aay, the fresh Beef and Vegetables that may be required for the men in ordinary at the yard, and auch others as may be on the station from time to lime in vessels, during the year. The Beef and Vegetables to be of good quality, and the best this market affords; to be offered for by the pound. The offers to be sealed and endorsed, and accompanied by a satisfactory guaranty'that the person making the offer is responsible and will enter into the contract if his hid is accepted. Payment will be made at this office upon bills properly approved-by the commandant of the yard, deducting therefrom 10 per cent, until the contract is complied with. WM. B. SCOTT, Navy Agent. April 17?lawtl7J OB. DRKSBACH, KUHN A PAYOR'S DYBPEPT1C CORDIAL. Washington, Nov. 23, 1844. Ma. C. HaatTONt: Dyspepsia.?This disease 1 had for some years to an alarming degree. Your Dyspeptic Cordial deserves more than a passing notice from me. My case was of the most distressing nature, and the conflict between my stomach and food was often severe, the stomach loathing the food, and time after time throwing it up?frequently with pain. Add to this greatly depressed spirits, with debility, nerves weakened, restless nights, frequent starting with unpleasant dreams. To describe my situation ia difficult. Physicians were consulted, various medicines tried, hut nothing met my case until I met with your Ohio medicine, named Drs. Dreabach, Kuhn, and Pryor's Dyspeptic Cordial. Soon after using it my disordered stomach became soothed. 1 continued the medince?a perfect cure has been effected?my health is now good and has been for more than a year. 1 can now use any article of diet without any inconvenience. In my case this valuable medicine is incontestable. My ease is well known to the Rev. J. M. Hanson, having been associated with him, in the same room, for some vears. in the General Post Office WM. 8. DARRELL. I am fully convinced that the above statement ia correct. JA8. M. HAN80N. Dec. 19 GOLD'S PATENT PINE OIL LAMPS? Theee are the cheapen and best lamps in use; one of them will rive ns much light as twelve sperm candles, at half the cost of one candle. They are superior to all other lamps, or to the best gas fixtures In the world. They are entirely free from grease, and cannot be exploded. They may be kept m good Order for 12} cents per annum. For sale, at all prices, by J. F. CALLAN, Jan 90 Corner of E and 7th streets. PROPOSALS FOR STATIONERY. UI Or r ice or the Sicuuit or tuk Senate U. S. April 26, 1845. ? IN pursuance of the "Act legalizing end making appropriations for eueh necessary objects as have been usually included in the general appropriation I bills without authority of law, and to Ox and pro- -* vide for certain incidental expenses of the departmenu and offices of the government, end for other , purposes," approved the 26th of August, 1843. . sealed proposals will be received at this office until 10 o'clock, a. m., on Monday, the 36th of May e next, for furnishing the following articles of sta- ' tionery for the use of the Senate, each article to be of the very best quality, and to be approved by the J"?l Secretary, viz: " 150 reams cartridge paper I'" 50 do white quadruple cap paper, smooth , surface, for envelopes 250 do white single flat cap paper, smooth ,t0 surface, for envelopes ' 20 do white vellum cap paper, satin finish ?l' plain nJ 20 do white vellum cap paper, satin finish, r' feint lined 100 do white vellum quarto post paper, satin . finish, feint lined lnJ 50 do white vellum quarto post paper, satin oU finish, plain 25 do white note paper, satin finish W1 10 do fancy tinted note paper ' 2 do blotting paper n? 12 dozen cap portfolios 2 do post portfolio * 1 3 gross black-lead pencils w 3 dozen red-lead pencils 1 7 do four-blade Denknives. nearl handles 'lc silver tipped ' 3 do four^blade penknives, of a smaller size j do do do buck handles la~ 5000 clear quills. No. 80 1000 opaque quills, No. 80 ani 13 dozen ivory-handled wafer stamps, checkered ' 5 do do do plain Bn< 13 do ivory folders, 9 inches lone and 1 inch wo Wide 10 10 gross large barrel steel pens *nl 10 do small barrel do 'ac 10 do Windle's bullion pens ct" 120 cards Perry's three-point pens ..' 84 do do flat-spring do 5 gross Gillot's Peruvian pens ! 11 1 do small pen handles th< 1 do large do 10 j 2 do half-pint jugs black ink 1 dozen ounce bottles red ink 75 pounds red wafers, in canisters 4 dozen boxes transparent wafers 10 100 pounnds red sealing-wax, ten sticks to the mo pound u" 100 pounds red sealing-wax, twenty to the ' pound eB 10 pounds black sealing-wax at<< 10 do colored wax, various colors, in 11,11 boxes an( 6 dozen ebony standishes, 7 inches long and ,ar and 4 wide, fifteen with cut-glass inks and cer sands 1} inch square, with a division !*n for wafers, and a top for the same, and a .)?" division for pens 1 2 dozen cut-glass inkstands t"f 50 gross red tape, No. 15 me 4 pounds Inaia rubber, 40 pieces to the caB pound 12 dieen japanned wafer boxes w 3 o do sand sifters 6 ivory-handled erasers 1 By the act approved June 17, 1844, the Secretary of the Senate is "directed to confine his purchases exclusively to articles the growth and manufacture of the United States, provided the same can be pro- < cured of such growth and manufacture of suitable 1 quality, and at reasonable prices, upon as good 1 terms as to quality and price as can be obtained of foreign growth and manufacture." A preference will therefore be given to the productions of American industry; and all persons making proposals to J supply any article will state wnetner tne same is 01 j the growtn and manufacture of the United States. The articles will be delivered at the office of the Secretary of the Senate at Washington, free of any charge for carriage, on or before the 27th of August J next, and will be paid for on delivery. J Specimens of tne articles required may be seen at ] the office of the Secretary of the Senate. Every < article must be of the very best quality. I A sufficient specimen of each article proposed for \ (of paper half a quire) is to accompany the pro- 1 posal, and to be marked wttn the name of the proposer. The whole of each article specified in the I foregoing list will be deemed a class, and the per- I son offering to furnish any such class at the lowest price (quality considered) will receive a contract for the same, on executing a bond, with two or more sureties satisfactory to the Secretary of the Senate, for the performance thereof, under a forfeiture of twice the contract price in case of failure, which bond is to be filed in the office of the said Secretary within ten days after the proposals have been accepted. Proposals should be indorsed "proposals for Stationery for the Senate," and be directed to the J Secretary of the Senate at Washington. *~ A8BURY DICKINS, A Secretary of the Senate. April 26?lawlw ero av? TW. A R. C. SMITH, Wolf street, Alexan- lhe dria, D. C., Machinists, Iron, Brass, and Bell u*! Pounders, manufacture? 1 High and low pressure steam engines and boilers- ' Machinery, iron castings, brass castings. "" Wrought iron work of every description. veI Bells for churches, town, fire, and otner purposes, na from 10 pounds to 5,000 pounds weight, and fine , J tone. h0 Ornamental railing for areas, cemetery lots, Ac., ' both of cost and wrought iron, and of a great variety of patterns. ( They are prepared to execute orders in the best at? manner, with promptness, and at as low rates as ' can be done by any other establishment in the e country. ?e< Communications by mail or otherwise, will meet ani with immediate attention. ? Sw T. W. A R. C. Smith have at all times for sale plow castings, of a variety of approved patterns. Horse powers and threshing machines. 1 h Corn shelters and fan castings. Soda pumps. . ^ Letter copying presses. 1 Cost iron pumps for wells, cisterns, Ac. jy Spout ends, turn buckles, sash weights. ? , Orate fronts, mantel plates. ; Rails for sliding dooors, and a variety of other artides for builders' use. Cast iron window sills, being a better and cheap- ~ j er article than stone. 5r Fine brick made from an imported fire clay. Feb 4? ly ^ AGENCY AT WASHINGTON. up AMOS KENDALL and JOHN E. KENDALL be. offer their services to such as may have business with the Government of the following de- in, <cription, viz: ?" Obtaining contracts from the Post Office aud gj, other Executive Departments. pr Procuring patents, and other business connected ^ with the Patent Office. Ui Procuring pensions?revolutionary, army, and navy; and other business in relation thereto. gr Settlement of accounts, whether with the Stale, Treasury, War, Navy, or Post Office Depart- gr menu. Prosecuting of claims against the Government, ^ whether lor lands, other property, or money, before any of the Executive Departments or Congress. Our office is in the bouse of Amos Kendall, . on 13th street, near the office of the Madison ian, _ where we can be found during business hours, a Amos Kendall will prepare cases for presentation to the Departments, or to Congress. His irnowledae of the forms and details of public business. 1 derived from service in (he public offices, will A enable him to perform this service in the most effociive manner; and those who intrust us with business may rely upon the utmost promptitude, r and the use ot all proper means to bring it to a 8? successful issue. Our charges will be moderate, depending for their amount ou the nature of the Gl C)|tSf, Persons at a distance will find it much cheape t*11 to employ us in any business they may have with the Qovernraent, than to come to Washington n'' themselves. 8,1 We will also attend to the adjustment and collection of private claims. All leUers on business should be addressed to Messrs. Kendall A Co., agents, and must be post paid. ? AMOS KENDALL, I JOHN E. KENDALL. A Oct. 9? Jc Garden seeds and roots?i have to i^i day received an additional supply of seasonable to garden seeds, to which 1 invite the attention of gar- co daners and others. They are all warranted fresh so and genuine. br Also, Tuberose and Jacobean lily roots. thi For sale by wl April 19 J. F. CALLAN. th FLOWER SEEDS.?A superior lot of choioe at Flower Seeds, to-day receeived for sale by 95 Mar IS J. F. CALLAN. j WTED STATES AND FOREIGN AUENCY, AT WASHINGTON CITT, D. C. fee on Vitk street, between Frnttsylvauui avenue and (F itreet, known at King's Gallery.) ^HE UNDERSIGNED, having opened the . above office for the transaction of domestic J foreign agencies, invite the public attention to ' following prospectus: rhey will attend to the purchase, sale, or exsnge of lands and real estate generally, in all its of the United States, Texas, or the West lies. To the formation of companies here, or in Eu:>e, for the sale or purchase of lands, or colon . .ng ids in Texas or the United States; or the sale, rchoae, or exchange of the same, to, by, or with lividuals in this country or in Europe. The purchase or sale of United States or Slate cks, or any kind of public securities. Negotiating loans on bonds and mortgages, or ler securities. Prosecution of claims on the government of the lited Slates for lands or money, before either of ! executive departments or Congress. Obtaining the remission of fines and forfeitures :urred by alleged violations of the revenue or ler laws. Securing patents, and transacting any business tli the Patent Office. Obtaining pensions, revolutionary,, army, or vy, and doing any other business connected srewith. Settlement of accounts with the State, Treasury, ar, Navy, and Post Office Departments. Collecting private claims and interest on the pubdebt. Prosecuting claims before the various boards of Itan commissioners, or any boards hereafter es maneu under treaties with toreign powers. Preparing papers for presentation to Congress i the executive departments. Due of the firm of this agency will visit Europe 1 the other Texas in a few weeks, either of whom iuld attend to any business that may be confided his care. Their numerous European correspondand those in Texas, afford them immediate ilities for the transaction of any agency abroad Timitted to their charge. Persons desirous of emigrating to Texas, and posing of their estates in exchange for lands in it country, or those wishing to make investments ire, may find it greatly to their advantage to apply this agency. Persons liaving occasion to employ counsel in ieB before the Supreme Court of the United ites, may confide their business advantageously this agency, who will secure the services of the ist respectable members ?f the bar, in cases where i selection is left to themselves. Long experience in busiiess, and intimate prosional knowledge of forms necessary to be ipled, qualify the subscribers to perform any st committed to their care in the most effective 1 expeditious manner. Persons living "fat a disce can avail themselves of this agency, with the tainty of having their business efficiently aided to, without Ihe trouble and expense of a irney to the capital. Charges will be moderate, and commensurate with i nature of the business. Letters of inquiry irely will be answered without charge; but, in all ies, letters must be post-paid. E KINGMAN <fc CO. oshington, Dec. 15, 1844. REFERERCE8. Hon. George Evans, Maine. " Shepard Cary, do. " Levi Woodbury, New Hampshire. " Daniel Webster, Boston. ?has. W. Cartwrijrht,esq., do. Vlessrs. Goslerdt Co. do. [Ion. C. P. Van Ness, collector, New York. " Edward Curtis, do " Aaron Ward, do " Wm. A. Moscley, do fames B. Murray, esq., do Hon. James Buchanan, Pennsylvania. " Walter Forward, Pittsburg, do. " Judge Campbell, Philadelphia, Pa. " Calvin Blytne, collector, do. do. las. Hoy, jr.,esq., postmaster, do. do. ' R. Tydon, esq., do do. Henry M. Watts, esq., U. S. Dist. Attorney, Pa Commodore Stewart, New Jersey. Hon. Wm. Cost Johnson, Maryland. ?. Collins Lee, esq., U. S. Dist. Att'y, Baltimore. Hon. Hugh A. Garland, Petersburg, Virginia. " 1. E. Holmes, Charleston,South Carolina, ilichard Yeadon, esq., do. do. Hon. Ephraim H. Foster, Tennessee. " Dixon H. Lewis, Alabama. " D. L. Clinch, Georgia. " Thos. B. King, do. " Alexander Barrow, Louisiana. " Samuel Houston, Texas. Sen. M. B. Lamar, do. Sen. Memucau Hunt, do. Hon. D. G. Burnett, do. tanas Butler, esq., do. Frost Thorn, cso., do. Ian 31 GENCY FOFTCL/VIMS AT WASHINGL TON, D. C.?Charles De Seldino, Gen1 Agent, No. 11, Todd's buildings, Pennsylvania :nue, Washington, D. C., offers his services to ise who may have claims on either of the execue departments, or Congress, or private claims on lividuals. Particular attention paid to the settlement of acints of disbursing officers who may find it incontient to attend personally, especially those of the JTUso attends as agent for non-resident property Iders, collecting rents, procuring pensions, &c. lyiiorget* win uo iiiuucraic, nnu rcguitueu uy uie ount claimed, and the extent of services required. Communications (post paid) will receive immediattention. He has the honor to refer to the Navy Departing and the several bureaus connected with it; :ond Comptroller and Fourth Auditor's offices, 1 the Benior pursers in the navy; and also to Hon. C. Cambreleng, New York; Commodore Charles iwart, Philadelphia; Commodore John Downs, ston; Hon. Henry L. Ellsworth, Washington; >n. E. H. Foster, Nashville, Tennessee; and inmas M. Blount, esq., Pensacola. flipril 11 1REAT REDUCTION! THE LEADING r ENGLISH QUARTERLIES AT THREE 1LLARS PER ANNUM!?WILEY A PUTV.M will furnish hereafter, by mail, from London, 1 expenses being paid by them to Boston,) the tuine original English editions, with all advertiseinta, Ac., of the following quarterlies, viz: The inburgh, the London Quarterly, the Foreign larterly, the British and Foreign Review, the reign and Colonial Review, at tnc low price of ce dollars per year. The numbers will be done in a wrapper, with a printed address, and can sent to any part of the United States. The will also furnish, in the same way, the genu English editions of the following valuable periicals, at the prices affixed: Per annum ickwood's Magazine (monthly) - |5 00 aser's Magazine do. - 6 00 iblin University Magazine do. - 5 00 lited Service Journal do. - 8 00 nsworth's Magazine do. - 6 00 itish Critic, edited by the Rev. Charles P. Eden (quarterly) - 4 00 itish and Foreign Medical Review do. - 5 00 Together with many others, at prices not less in they have been usually supplied. WILEY A PUTNAM, NfU Vr.rU Hiwl I N. B. The subscriptions, in all cases, muat be id strictly in advance. Jan 18 fresh supply of Dr. Rush's justly celebrated INFALLIBLE HEALTH PILLS. HAVE juat received another supply of pills made from the recipe of the late Dr. Benjamin jah, of Philadelphia. In the ahort space of six months aince they were at introduced in thia city, they have done much ?d, and gained great celebrity. I have left a few for sale with Jones <fc Clark, reenleafspoint; Jamea Cull, near the Navy-Yard; d John T. Killmon, Pennsylvania avenue, near e railroad depot. They may also be had at my office on Pennsylvai avenue, between 19th and 13th etreeta, (south le.) Only twthe-and-a-half ctnti per box. EDMUND F. BROWN, General Agent. April 5?eo3t [Intel.] ?OR COUGHSTCOLDS, ASTHMAS,"*^ Wietar's cough lozenges, prepared and sold by )HN F. CALLAN, corner of E and 7th streets, ipoaite the Poat Office Department, Washington, base lozenges cannot be too strongly recommended public attention aa a safe medicine in coughs, Iflfl flllhmaa Ao Thau am v*rv aorvifunliCi in renew and tightness of the breast, difficulty of eathing. hoarseness, Ax.-, and give great relief in at troublesome aenaation, tickling in the throat, hich ia eo tormenting in thia complaint. Doee, from one to six lozenges in the course of e day; they will be found particularly serviceable night J" allaying coughs, and promoting sleep; centa per box. Jan 8 I TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS. WHOLESALE HOUSES, BALTIMORE ? The undersigned Merchants, Manufacturers, and Dealers of the city of Baltimore, being fully supplied with Goods in their respective departments, suited to the Sprng and Summer Trade, avail themselves of the opportunity afforded through the medium of the newspapers, to invite Country Merchants to an examination of their several Stocks and Prices. The superior advantages which this market affords, in many respects, to Country Dealers, the facilities for travelling and transportation, and a disposition on our part to offer every inducement to purchasers, both tn terms and prices, will, we hope, attract old and new customers, to whom this invitation is respectfully addressed. Importers and Dealer* in Silk and Fancy Dry Goods. B. P. Gardner A Co., No. 379 Market street. Domestic Cotton and H'oollen Goods. John H. Duvall A Co., No. 281 Market street. Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods. Pendleton, Riely A Co., No. 277 Market street. Whiteley, Gwyn A Co., " 243 " WilUinnA W M Bit M Pittmun, Phillips A Co., " 256 " Hopkins A Hull, " 258 " Winchester, Irwin A Co., " 294 " Davidson & Saunders, " 298 " Easter & Co., " 259 " corner of Hanover street. Bayne, Latham A Co., No. 6 Hanover, near Market street. Wyeth A Norris, No. 249 Market street. Sangston A Co., " 269 " Dealers in Florence Braid and Straw Bonnets, French Millinery Goods, Ribands and Fancy Dry Goods. Salmon A Small, No. 221 Baltimore street, four doors east of Charles street. Hardware and Cutlery. Thomas A Co., No. 248 Baltimore stieet. B. F. VosS, No. 8 South Charles street. Publishers, Booksellers and Stationers. Cushing A Brother, No. 262 Baltimore street. Boots, Shoes, Bonnets, Caps, Pur, Leghorn and Palm Leaf Hats. Tinges A Duval), No. 279 Market street. J. Neabiit, No. 989 Baltimore street, between Charles and Hanover. James Carey, No. 9 Hanover street, Commission Merchant. Importers of China, Earthenware and Glass. C. Levering A Clark, No. 118 and 120 Lombard street. LSSsS0*}250 Manufacturers and Dealers in Drugs, Medicitus, Paints Oils, Sfc. Coulson A Co., No. 4 south Liberty street. Stabler A Canby, No. 120 Pratt street wharf. Dealers itu Umbrellas, Parasols, Sun Shades, India Rubber Goods, Sfc. H. B. Field A Ct. No. 225 Baltimore street, next door to Charles street. Manufacturers of Hats and Caps. Elmes A Seaver, No. 219 Market street. Manufacturers, Importers and Dealers in Carpeting, Oil Cloths, Table and Piano Covers, Sfc. Shaw, Smith A Co., No. 238 Market street. Grocers and Commission Merchants. James C. Sellman, Cheapside, near Pratt street wharf. William Chesnut, corner of South and Pratt ets. William Crawford, jr., commerce stieet. David Hays, Exchange Place. Charles F. Piu, No. 14 Commerce street, (agent for tin plate, druggists' glassware, white lead, ground apices, chocolate, dec.) Coach Manufacturer. Richard Bishop, No. 79 Fayette street. Manufacturers and Importers of Paper Hangings. Howell <fc Brothers, No. 217 Baltimore street. Watches, Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware, Lamps, Cutlery, Military and Fancy Goods. Canficld & Brother, 227 Baltimore street, corner of Charles. Importer and Dealer in. German, French, and English Fancy Goods, Clocks, Jetoelry, Cutlery, Combs, Brushes, and Fancy Hardware. Jacob Trust, No. 312 Baltimore st. Manufacturers of Furniture and Importers and Dealers in Upholstery Goods, Hardware, Glue, Mahogany, Lumber, and all Cabinet Makers'1 MaterialsJohn & James Williams & Co., No. 58 South street. Manufacturers of Cabinet Furniture, and Dealers in Mahogany, Hair Cloth, Glue, and all other Cabinet materials. His & Austen, No. 112 Fayette street. Commission Merchants for the sale of all kinds qf Manufactured add Leaf Tobacco. Jacob Heakl & Co., No 58 SotHli Gay street. Tobacco, Snuff, and Segar Manufacturers. Boyd & Chappell, No. 121 Pratt street wharf, corner of Hollingsworlh street. Manufacturers and Dealers in Windoto Glass, White Lead, Paints, Glue, (fc. H. J. & C. J. Baker, No. 2 North Liberty street. Patapsco Steam Candle and Lard Oil Factory, Canton. Hancock A, Mann, manufacturers of lard oil. adamantine and diaphine candles, No. 3 Commerce street. Biscuit and Cracker Bakers. Holden & Co., corner of Lombard and Gay streets, opposite the custom house. Commission Paper Dealers and Manufacturers. Turner, Wheelwright & Mudge, No. 2 South Charles street, second door from Baltimore street. The undersigned, proprietors of Barnum's City Hotel, Monument Square, Baltimore, respectfully unite in the above invitation to country merchants and others, pledging ourselves to do all in our power to render our house an agreeable " Home." zenus barnum, ardrew Mclaughlin, Surviving partners of the late David Barnum. Baltimore, Feb. 26, 1845. rcj-The names Baltimore and Market designate the same street. March 1? riAO CLAIMANTS?FRANCIS A. D1CKINS X continues to undertake the agency of claims before Congress, and other branches of the government, including commissioners under treaties, and the various public offices. He will attend to preemption and other land claims, the procuring of patents for public lands, and the confirmation by Congress of grants and claims to land; claims for property lost in, or taken for, the service of the United States; properly destroyed by the Indians, or while in the possession of the United States; invalid, revolutionary, navy, widows' and half-pay pensions; claims for revolutionary services, whether for commutation, half-pay, or bounty lands?as well those against the State of Virginia as the United States; all claims growing out of contracts with the government; or damages sustained in consequence of the action or conduct of the government; and, indeed, any business before Congress or the public offices, which may require the aid of an agent or attorney. His charges will be moderate, and depending upon the amount of the claim, and the extent of die service. He is also agent for the American Life Insurance and Trust Company, which has a capital of two millions of dollars paid in. In the prosecution of claims against Mexico, under the late convention, Mr. Dickins and the Hon. C. P. Van Ness, late Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of the United States in Spain, are associated; and any claim sent to eithei of them, will receive their united and prompt attention. Mr. F. A. Dickins is known to most of those who have been in Congress within the last few years, or who have occupied any public station at Washington. His office is on F street, 3d door east of the Treasury Department. All letters must be post-paid. May 18? ly 5 PER CENT. STORE, NEW YORK?The subscribers take this method of calling the attention of eash merchants to their advantageous sy? tern of doing business, and of soliciting the future patronage of their old customers. To CASH drySoods merchants visiting New York, our plan offeri te greatest inducements. The cost of each article is marked in figures upon it, and a commission ol ?nly, five per cent, added at the foot of the bill. We ttic unny icrxiMdC t-'fv J VjV/\JLJO UI All UDPtlipuuin from auction; and to the buyer we guaranty a saving of from ten to fifteen per cent, from the price* of the old credit eyatem. Marshall's linen thread, imported by ourselvea, always on hand, at greatly reduced prices, call is respectfully solicited, by 11UTCHING8, CASWELL, * 8MITH, 16 Cedar street, 8 doors from Pearl street, Feb. 28?8aw3m New York. SCENE8 IN MY NATIVE LAND, by Mrs Sigourney; 1 vol., Boston, 1845. Jan 15 F. TAYLOR. AGENCY, NOTARIAL, AND CON- l VEYANCING OFFICE, J E street, four doors east of the Globe offic WASHINGTON CITY. TH E undersigned has removed his office and residence from the Northern Liberties to the fc abovenamed place, being nearly equidistant between h the War and Navy Departments and the Post Office e and Patent Office Deiiartments, where he will continue to attend to the business of \ MAIL CONTRACTORS, LAND CLAIMANTS, 1 PENSIONERS, PATENTEES. c ARMY CONTRACTORS, NAVY CONTRACTORS,ke. J before the different departments or Congress. Also, all business of an agency nature, whether public or ] private. Legalized copies of documents, with no- , tarial certificates, furnished at any time. ] The subscriber will also act as agent for non- t resident property holders, in attending to their property, collecting rents, depositing or [<aying them to order, &c. Having resided at the seat of government upwards of twenty years, and become familiar with the usages and forms of office, he is prepared to transact the business of non-residents promptly, and relieve them from the inconvenience and expense of personal attendance. Charges reasonable, and regulated by the amount of claims and services performed. All letters, to insure attention, should be free oj postage, and enclose a small retaining fee to aid in preliminary proceedings; as well as contain a correct description of the business. All coiifiilcsuial communications will be so con sidered, and promptly attended to. EDMUND F. BROWN, Notary Public, General Agent, and Conveyancer. REFERENCES. Messrs. W. Crane & Co., Baltimore, Md. Charles McKarraher, esq., and Thoa. C. Clarke, esq., Philadelphia, Pa. William M. Brown, esq., New York city. Rev. Daniel Sharp, D. D., and Rev. B. Stow, Boston, Mass. Hon. J. W. Williams, Lancaster, N. H. Hon. A. H. Sevier, Arkansas. L. C. Paine Freer, esq., and Dr. L. D. Boone, Chicago, Illinois. Rev. I. T. Hinton, and C. W. Coote, esq., St. Louis, Missouri. Col. John H. Wheeler, Raleigh, N. C. William McDaniel, esq., and J. E. Black, esq., P. M., Cannonsburg, Pa. |, Rev. J. F. Brown, Gainesville, Ala. ?LJ*Publiahers of newspapers who will give the above two or three insertions, and send a copy of the paper containing it, may command the services of tnis Agency to the amount of the advertisement in return. E. F. B. July 18, 1844??o6tcp DR. IIUSHS LEGACY, the best and cheapest medicine'ever known?twelve and a half cents a box.-"-Among the remedies suited to all seasons of the year, there are none which have attained a higher reputation, or which can be more confidently recommended to invalids ofboth sexes, than the celebrated HEALTH PILLS OF DR. RUSH. They are mild in their operation, never griping or giving the least pain, and yet so efficacious, in consequence of the happy combination of medicinal agents, that they are enabled' to carry off all the vitiated and irritating secretions from the alimentary canal, and remove any inflammation or organic changes which may have been induced, equalize the circulation, restore a healthy action to all the excretory organs, and promote a more vigorous performance of the organic functions. Dr. Rush's Infallible Health Pills have received a flattering approval of many distinguished members of the medical profession, anahave stood the testof public opinion tor over half a century. They are a sovereign remedy for dispepsia or indigestion and all bilious complaints, erysipelas, and all cutaneous eruptions or diseases of iJie skin; piles, nausea, dizziness, . pleurisy, salt rheum, scald head, palpitation of the t heart, inflammation of the bowels, liver, kidneys, t Ac., asthma, pains in the side or heart, scrofula. ( They may be administered with the most perfect < safety to small children, being utterly free from any < deleterious substances. The great reduction in price has been made by the proprietor in consequence of an improvement in the machinery by which they arc manufactured, and by which the pills are produced in a purer, better, e and more effective state. The reduction was also c required to suit the present times, as well as the means of a large portion of the population, who car. c not afford to waste money upon "doctor's stuff,' ii but want a good, genuine medicine, speedy and cer c tain in its effects, and one which will not keep them a at home, but allow them to go about their business as usual. The proprietor, grateful for the immense a Success which has attended this invaluable remedy ( ?the inestimable legacy of the greatest physician a this country ever produced?testifies his gratitude by this step, which, though it may diminish his profits, ings to the public?his chief object, from the first, in offering these pills for sale. Two or three noses will convince the afflicted ot their salutary effects. The stomach will speedily regain its strength; a healthy action of the liver, | bowels, and kidneys, will rapidly take place; and, instead of listlessness, heat, pains, ana jaundiced ( appearance, strength, activity, and renewed health, extending to a good old age, will be the result of taking this medicine, according to the directions accompanying each box. Try them once, and you will use no other. Remember, these pills are only ]9|'cents a box. 5Cr*Sold at the principal office, 30 Ann street, NewYork, wholesale and retail, by Q. H. Daggers, General Agent for the United Slates, and by the subscriber, at the Agency. Notarial, and Conveyancing office, E street, four doors east of the Globe office. I EDMUND F. BROWN, Sole agent for the District of Columbia. a Sept 7?3aw3m c ADVERTISEMENT. t a JE3"0bservc CHARLES WILLMER haano con I nection whatever with Messrs. Williner <fc Smith, . and all orders and communications for Charles c Willraer must be addressed in full to the a TRANSATLANTIC NEWSPAPER OFFICE, ( 5 South John street, Liverpool. NEWS I NEWS !! NEWS I!! c r TRANSATLANTIC NEWSPAPER OFFICE, J 5 South John street, Liverpool. , CHARLES WILLMER, Newspaper, Forward- ^ ing, and General Agent, continues to supply to e order, with greater promptitude and regularity than any other house, and on the most reasonable terms, f (a London daily paper for ^6 10s. sterling per an nuin,) newspapers, prices-currents, shipping lists, magazines, books, aud stationery, type, printers and . binders' materials, and merchandise ofevery description, to all parts of the United States, Canada, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Newfoundland, by the mail steamers, sailing on the 4th and 19th of each month froin Liverpool, and to all the West ndia islands, Mexico, and Texas, by the royal mail steamers, sailing every fortnight from Southampton. CHARLES WILLMER'8 AMERICAN NEWS LETTER IS published for transmission by every steam-shin sailing from England for America; and its leading feature is to give, at a glance, an account of every important event that has occurred in Great Brit[ ain, Europe, or Asia, in the interval between the sailing of each steam-ship, whether in politics or commerce?a correct and comprehensive shipping ' listj in which will be found a faithful record of the arrival ana departure 01 American vessels at anu 1 ' from all the British, European, and Asiatic ports, ' with notices of such casualties or disasters as may firom time to time occur?a complete prices current, : in which the greatest care i> taken to give the latest reports of the markets for the various descriptions , of American produce, from the most unquestiona- | ble Sources: thus combining, in on? sheet, a newspo- , per. a shipping list, and a prices current. Annual subscription, payable in advance, 13s. 6d. sterling. I All orders must be accompanied with a remit- < tance or reference in England for payment. I NOTICE. I All communications must be post-paid, and addressed i chari.es willmer, Transatlantic Newspaper Office, 5 Sooth John Street, [Aoerpnol: Or they will not reach CHARLES Willmer'i office. NO connection with Messrs. Willmer A Smith. Oct. 31?lawly <T 10 HARPER'S PICTORIAL BIBLE," No. 3 Sue's Wandering Jew, No. 18 McCulloch's Gazetteer. Just received by F. TAYLOR, immediately eas of Gadsby's. Scpt30. ; msasi 0K3& HBStt 1P96 iM 1 3QB=z9ESKlSB9K!3K9K39aE3; T?Ainro?TATfOM Orricx, Ba'timore and Ohio Railroad Company, Washington Branch, 14th No*., 1844. In consequence of the adoption .of a new acheduli iy the Poet Office Department, the folio wine change n the running of the train* on thu road will go uin fleet thia day, viz: The train that haa hitherto left thia city at 4 p. ni rill hereafter leave at 5| o'clock, p. m.; and the rain that haa heretofore started from Baltimore at i 'clock, a. m. will now leave on the arrival of the Philadelphia cars, at or about 11 j, p. m., and reach hie city at or about 3 o'clock, a. m. A corresponding change having been made on the Philadelphia road, passengers leaving thia city at 5j, >. in., will connect, as heretofore, with the cars for Philadelphia?the departure of.which from Balnnorc has been fixed at 8 o'clock*, p. m. By order: SAMUEL 8TETTINIUS, Agent. , November 14 Agency for claims, contracts, &c , WASHINGTON, D. c.?The subscriber laving resigned his office of chief clerk of the Navy department, for the purpose of devoting himself u> ? he practice of his profession in this city, respect'ally announces that he will attend to the proaecuion of claims in the several executive denartmenta mil before Congress; to the procuring or contracul with the government; to the settlement of public ac l lounts; to claims before com muni oners under! reaties; to pre-emption and other land claims; to siW"'9 irocuring of patents for public lands, and for acienific and useful inventions; to the obtaining of pen- ' nons, and to whatever business may require the aid if an agent or attorney. The great experience which the subscriber has ibtaincd by his connection with the government iffices, and his intimate knowledge of the forms re |uired to be observed in the transaction of all kinds if public business, enable him to insure the greatest idvantages to those who may patronise this agency, tiie charge will be moderate, and according to the lature of the business. Letters addressed to this igency must be post paid, otherwise they cannot be eceived A. THOMAS SMITH, ArrOEMBT at LAW, Office 13th street, 3d house north qf Penes, eaenne. Washington, D. C. November 30, 1844. The subscriber has the honor to refer to the folowing gentlemen, viz: Hon. James Buchanan, U. S. Senate. Hon. Dixon H. Lewis, " Hon. C. J. Ingersoll, House Representatives. Hon. J. R. Ingersoll, " " Hon. J. E. Holmes, " " Hon. H. C. Murphy, " " ffion. W. B. Maclay, " " Hon. W. B. Lewis, 2d Auditor, Washington. James N. Barkir, esq., Richard K. Cralle, esq., " James Hoban, esq., " Hon. Judge King, Philadelphia. Hon. Judge Campbell, " Hon. H. D. Gilpin, Hon. J. B. Sutherland, " , E. D. Ingraham, esq., " ' Col. James Page, " Hon. David Shaw, Boston. Henshaw, Ward, & Cd., Boston. Hon. J. K. Paulding, New York. Rodman, Sickels, & Co., " Hon. Albert Smith, Maine. Hon. Walter Forward, Pittsburgh, Pa. T. Tomilson, esq., " " Hon. R. M. Johnson, Kentucky. The commandants of the several navy yards. The navy agents. Nov. 30 JAMES I. DICKINS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, PRACTISES in the Supreme Court of the United States, nnd the several courts of the Dis rici of Columbia; prosecutes claims before Congress and the several Departments of the General Government; and, in general, does all business retiring an agent or attorney. Office, No. 4, west 1 wing of the City Hall, Washington city, D. C. Oct *26?dly Agency for claims at washingTON.?The undersigned offers his services as ! in agent for claims upon either of the departments >r Congress. Particular a.tention will be paid to the settlement if accounts of disbursing officers, who may findit nconvenient to attend personally, especially those if the navy. His experience and practical knowl t: will afford many facilities, harges will be moderate, and regulated by the imount claimed and the extent of service required. Communications (post paid) will receive immediate mention. CHARLES DE 8ELDING, Room No. 11 Todd's Building, Pennsylvania avenue. REFERENCES. Commodore Charles Stewart, U. S. N. Commodore John Downes, U. S. N Stephen Cambroleng, esq., New York. A. 0. Dayton, esq., Fourth Auditor, Treasury >epartment. A. T. Smith, esq., Chief Clerk Nary Deportncnt. Rev. Septimus Tuston, Chaplain to the Senate. John C. Rives, esq., Washington, D. C. John Boyle, esq., James Hoban, e?q., " Charles 0. Handy, esq., Purser U. S. Navy. John De Bree, esq., " R. R. Waldron, esq., " April 9?tf A FIRST-RATE FARM FOR SALE. THE subscriber wishes to dispose of his farm lying in Wayne countv, Indiana, four miles louthwest of the city of Richmond, on the east fork if White Water, containing THREE HUNDRED LND TWENTY ACRES of the best Duality of land nth* Sinte: .10(1 acres of which is under fence, and 150 .erer in a good state of cultivation. There is on the iremises as good a mill-seat as can be found in the Jtate. Also, 300 bearing fruit-trees, springs of excllcnt water, walnut, blue-ash, and oak timber in ibundance, large quantities of limestone, and 50,(00 good brick. The above described property is situated in the vealthiest and most populous county in the State if Indiana. A great bargain can be had in this iroperty, as the subscriber is determined to sell K it a lower rate than such property has ever heretoore been sold for. Persons wishing to purchase property in the iVest, would jierhaps find it to their advantage to :xamine the premises. The terms can be known by application to the lubscriber by letter or otherwise. JOSEPH S. STIDHAM. Jan. 2 | LOOK HERE Persons suffering from colds coughs, &c., can be supplied with Posse's Hoarltound Candy, Brown's Boneset, " McCulley's Sirup of May Apple and Wild Cherry, Swayne's Sirup of Wild Cherry, Jayne's Tonic Expectorant, Covert's Balm of Life, Thompson's Life-preserver, Wis tar's Cough Lozenges, Sherman's Cough Lozenges, Peters's Cough Lozenges, by calling on C. H. JAMES, corner of 14th and E streets. Where may also be found a full and general asmrtmcnl of Drugs, Medicines, Perfumery, Fancy Articles, Brushes, Combs, Ac.; all which will be old low for cash, or to punctual customers. iw ik PERUVIAN GUANO?The balance of the cargo of Peruvian guano received by the undersigned per ship Orpheus, from the Chincha inland*. Tor account of the Peruvian guano company, ia offered at the following ratea: Fixed price per 100 ibe. - - - |2 SO With discount a* follow*: On not lea* than 5 tone of 2,000 Ibe. each, 10 per et. Over 5, and lesa than 10 tona - 15 do Over 10 tona - . 90 do This cargo ia warranted to be pure, and of the best quality. For aa!e in bags (of about 130 lb*, each) in parcel* of one ton and upwards, by SAM'L. K. GEORGE, No. 2 German *t., Baltimore, Agent for the Peruvian Guano Company. Baltimore, Feb. 7, 1845. &AA GROSS METALLIC PENS?W. _/ vf V/ FISCHER, importer of Fancy and Staple Stationary, ha* juat received, directly from the manufacturer*, J. Perry, 4 Co., Gillott, and Win- die, the largeet and moat extensive variety of metallic pen* (many of which are entirely new) that haa ever been offered for eale in the country. Dealer* in steel pens can purchaae the article at the lowest New York prices at StaUonera' Hall. Dec. 17