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flTTLL IN THE MARKET. M. MfLBURN devices to inform hi* friend* mid the public generally, that he ha* re- I ino\ i-d hi* Furniture Store to the EJiST SIDE ()P\ KEATH S'TWEE 'I', iininedhiCely opposite to M?NT4. Gales &. Nekton's Printing < >mee, wbere he has three large Rooms, besides a large Cellar; there (oi? be will be able, at all limes, to keep a rood supply o| new and second baud HOUSEHOLD EUfuWI TVRE, suc.ii as Sidelioards, Bureaus, Sofas, Feather Beds, Bedsteads, Mat trasses, hair and shuck, as well as nearly every important article in this line. He hat on hand at this time a considerable lot of PEATHKll BEDS and about sisty STOVES, and being deter mined to sell goods low for cash or negotiable paper, I he feels assured that persons who need goods of this | kind will find it to their interest to give hin# a call be lore tbey purcliase elsewhere. no 13?eod6m THE UNDERSIGNED would respectfully inform the public, that he has remaining on hand lor private sale, a handsome lot of new Furniture, which he will sell exceedingly low, such as? Mahogany hair-seat sofas, of various descriptions do marble-top, pier, and centre tables do dressing and plain bureaus Clieval, pier, and other glasses High and French bedsteads Washstands and sinks, glass and crockcry ware With many other articles not necessary to enumerate A GREEN, Auc. and Com Merchant, Concert Hall, near Brown's Hotel, Penn. Av. nov 13 eo3t OH. TUROOP, Engraver in general? g Pennsylvania Avenue, next door to Human's Auction Rooms, between 10th and 11th sts. nov 13 Cm NOTICE.?In consequence of the inclement state ot I lie weather, the presentation of the Bible by the JLadies of the Island to Equal Division, No. C, Sons of Temperance, was postponed. It will positively take place on Sunday next, the 15th instant, at 2? o'clock, according to previous arrangement, at the Ry land Chapel, in the 7th Ward. The Sons, Daugh ters, Brothers, and the community at large, are most respectfully invited to attend. By order of the Division, nov 12?3t W. C. CHOATE, W. P. TO THE AFFLICTED: BUCKINGHAM'S Compound Syrup of WILD CHERRY. A new and valuable remedy lot. the cure of cough?, colds and consumption, asthma, &lc. kc. How many there are sadly afflicted with these ordinary disorders, every day, who might find immediat^'relief by tlie use ol this simple but cffica cious remedy, Buckingham's Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry, which has the tendcnc.v of stopping a cough, loosening the phlegm, and finally breaking up the cold. The proprietor, is fully aware of the great delicacy of his position in offering this preparation to the public, from the fact of the market being flooded with numerous preparations lor the cure of such dis eases But he cheerfully recommends this prepara tion, both as an agreeable medicine, and a well-tried and efficient: remedy. Price only 50 rents per bottle; to be had at his Drug and Apotheeary Establishment, 7th st between D st and Penn. Avenue, near the Cen tre Market, Washington, D C nov 10?3teodlw [Saturday Evening News] Madeira Wines. SIMMS & SON have bought out the eutires lot of that very superior Madeira Wine, imported some years ago by (he late Messrs. Smith, of Alexandria; it is in pipes, and quarter casks. It will be sold low by the cask, or in such quantity as may be requested. We have just received a direct importation of Ha vana Cigars, which was selected by our friend, Mr. Kelly, and confidently believed to be superior to any thing in this city. Price $28 per thousand. nov 10-3t Fancy Goods & Perfumery. A NOTHER LOT of fine Fartcy Goods received XX GUION'8 Bazaar, corner of 4$ street and Pennsylvania avenue, including? Lady's very rich Money Purses and Bags Gentlemen's extra heavy Purses Rosewood portable standing Mirrors Gold Pencils and Pens, best quality Large assortments of Rodger's Razors, Penknives, Scissors, and the celebrated Strops Parlor and outdoor Thermometers Silver Bouquet Holders, hair, tooth, and flesh Brushes Rich Fire-screens and Handles Steel Bags and Purses, Clasps and Beads Lady's Guard Chains and Jet Bracelets Ivory napkjn Rings, patent new style pocket Ink stands Emery Pelottes; beautiful Cassolette and Flagon odeur, silver mounted Hunting silver Dinner Set and Flasks Tortoise-shell, side, and Tuck French Combs Particular attention is requested to the large as sortment on hand of superior rose and mahogany wood Desks, viz: Ladies and Duchesse d'Orleans, royal pattern, richly inlaid burgeois, brass bound and plain, of all sizes, from $4 to $30 each. Daily expected from Havre two more cases of Goods. nov 10-3teoif i Deceived at gijion's bazaar, comer X\ of four and a half street and Pennsylvania ave nue? A new lot of English Backgammon and Chess Boards Dominoes, donble-rivetted English, French, and Chinpse Chessmen Cribbage Boards Crehore's best Linen Cards, Highlander do French double-faced do Battledores and Graces, Chinese Puzzles Dissected Caps and Pictures, and other Games, nov 10-eo3tif By A. GREEN, Auctioneer. VALUABLE BRICK HOUSE and LOT at Auction. ?On Monday, the 9th of November, I shall sell, on the premises, at 4 o'clock P. M., lot | 6, in reservation 11, with the improvements, which are a fine brick House, Carriage House, and Stable. The contains 6,480 square feet. The property 'is | handsomely situated on B slreet, between 2d .and 3d streets, in the vicinity of Gadsby's Hotel. The house contains ten rooms, very convenient, and well built, und in the yard there is an abundance of fine fruit, such as pears, peaches, plums, grapes, &c. Terms ?t sa|e. A GREEN, Auctioneer. nry The above salf is postponed until further no tice A GREEN, Auctioneer, nov 10-eod C ECKLOFF ?fc SONS. Merchant Tailors' Fashimwb/e Clothing Store, south side Pennsylvania avenue, between 12th 1 and 1 ftth streets. THE PUBLIC are respectfully informed that we are fully prepared to meet the calls and wants of all who desire any article appertaining to a Gen tleman's Wardrobe. Our assortment of Fall and Winter goods is se lect and fashionable, which, with our well known style of cutting and workmanship, and determina tion to sell lower than the same goods can be purr chased elsewhere, will suiely guaranty satisfaction in every regard. Our stock of ready finished clothing is particular ly worthy the attention of purchasers, all made by ourselves, of every description in style and quality, lit surprising low prices. Give us a call; you are sure to be pleased. nov 10?6t FOR RENT. A TWO slory Brick House with basement, a front and back yard and a pump, situated on C slreet between 2d and 3d, near the Rail Road*. The late tenant occupied the house for the last 7 years, and now declines house-keeping. Enquire of W. C. CHOATE, Corner of Louisiana avenue, and 6th street, nov 12-tf , CIORN MEAL always on head, and for sale / wholesale ?nd retail by T. M. McCORMICK A CO., June 19 tf ^'heatre Building, Alexandria. it. WM. Of ECKLOFF, FASHIONABLE TAILOR/ ELEVENTH STREET, Nearly opposite Wm. Cripp's Cabinet Warehouse, WASHINGTON CITY", Will make to order auy article of Clothing in the most Fashionable and durable manner, and at such prices tin cannot fail to please. From my experience in the business, I ro will ing to stale, if my work and atyle of making up gar ments fail to please, I will require no pay. I will guarantee to give entire satisfaction in Fit, Fashion and Workmanship. Cutting and Repairing done at the shortest notice and on very reasonable terms, Strict attention paid to Cutting Children's and Youth's Clothing, and arranged in such a manner as there can be no mistake in making up. CARD TO THE LADI ES. The subscriber would most respectfully inform the I.adies that he has undertaken the cutting and making of Ladies Cloaks and Riding Habits, which he will guarantee to execute in the most ap proved styles, and superior workmanship. Having made arangementsto execute all orders entrusted to him, from the encouragement received last Fall and Wii.ter, in this department, he trusts by his new method of Cutting and Measuring by mathemati cal routine, that all those who may want such arti cles, may give him a call before suiting themselves elsewhere. I will make them in any style or manner which may be preferred, and in all case* warrant to give entire satisfaction, botk in regard to fit and work manship. . f _ i Being assisted in this Department by Mrs. Eck loff, who will take the necessary measurements by my System of Cutting Ladies Clfftka and Riding Habits, I can faithfully promise to give general sat isfaction to all who may leave their orders, and on such reasonable terms as cannot fail to please. WM. ECKLOFF, Fashionable Tailor, 11th at. between Pennsylvania nov 8-tf Avenue and E street. Look at this* -4$ $500 worth of Furniture to be raffled. TPHE UNDERSIGNED intends to raffle, as soon X as the chances are made up, the following fur niture, consisting in part of? Mahogany Sofas do Wardrobes do Sideboard do Sofa Tables do End Tables do Embroidered Ottomans do Plain hair cloth, do do Care Nots do Lady's Worktable do Music Stools do Washstand And various other Parlor furniture, to make a com plete list. N. B. The furniture to be raffled will all be of mahogany. itlr CHANCES only one dollar. JAMES E. W. THOMPSON, Cabinet maker, oct 31-tf Next to corner of 13th and Fhts. T plumbotypes. Concert Hall, Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington Citt, near Brown's Hotel. GOLD MEDAL AWARDED,?The Proprie " tor of the PLUMBE NATIONAL DA GVERRIAN GALLERY, having discovered a mode of transferring Daguerreotype to paper, is now prepared to execute this new style of Portrniture at the rate of 100 fac simile copies for ten dollars, in cluding the original Daguerreotype. 205 Baltimore street, Baltimore,adjoiuingCamp bell's Jewelry store. 251 Broadway, New York. Boston, 75 Court, and 58 Hanover streets. 136 Chesnut street, Philadelphia. Instruction and Apparatus furnished on reasona ble terms. oct 30?tf ANEW WORK, just published and for sale at the book and pamphlet stores, and the print ing office of Mr. J. N. Davis, corner of Pennsylva nia Avenue and 12th street, a pamphlet of 32 pages, antitled, " The claim of the Church of Rome to the exercise of religious toleration during the proprie tary government of Maryland examined: by Josiah F. Polk." oct 21?eod 2w NOTICE. THE Undersigned having been appointed scaven ger for the seventh ward of the city?respectful ly informs the citizens of that ward that he is pre pared to execute the duties of his office with prompt ness, any orders left at his house, on Maryland ave nue, at the corner of 6th street, or at Mr. Lloyd's lumberyard, eorner of Virginia avenue and 12th streets, will be promptly attended to. sept 14-eodlm THOMAS AVARD. BRICKLAYERS WANTED, TO work on the Temperance Hall, to receive pay in stock ; bricklayers, friendly to the Temperance cause, who would be willing to work for stock in the building, or give a day or two for the good of the cause, can go to work immediately as materials are on the ground and the work ready, apply to, spot 14?tf PARKER, or "ept 4 " GEO. SAVAGE LAMPS! LAMPS!! PINE OIL and Solar Lamps of the most ap moved patterns, and sold at the lowest prices.? A constant supply of FRESH Pine Oil?Pure Sperm- Solar and Summer Oil?Burning Fluid? Chim ey's Globes?Wiks, <fcc., for sale by y O. WHITTLESEY. jy h if C st. Todd's Buildings. FRANCIS Y. NAILOR. Pensvlvmiiu Jlvenw near 3rd street, H ttthuiglon City, D? C. Copper, Tin, Sheet Iron, and Stove Manufacturer. Roofing, Guttering, Spouting, etc. Also on hand, a choice collection of Stoves, va rious patterns, which he will dispose of on moderate terms. oct 19?tf for rent. A brick house containing twelve rooms on 4 1-2 street a few doors south of the Aveuue. Enquire at this office. Sept I Clothing & Fancy Store. P BRENNER & SON having refitted up their , store, beg leave to Call the attention of the Pub lic to their new stock of goods lately purchased at the North, consisting of cloths, cassimeres, and vest ing of the latest styles, which they are now ready and determined to sell either ready made or made to order less than any other establishment in the Dis trict All clothing purchased at our store warranted to be well made and to fit accordingly. As nearly nil Clothing Stores purchase their clothing at the North and consequently are made up without spong ing we deem it proper to inform all who may de sire to give us a call, that all our clothing is made at our store and all cloths well .panged beforehand - We have also on hand an assortment of shuts, drawers, handkerchiefs, cravats, suspenders, kid and woolen gloves, Perfumery &c. Penn. Avenue, between 11th and 12thstreet, nov 10-ltawlm New congressional directory.? Corrected up to date by the Postmaster of the House of Representatives. For sale^by june 8-tf F. TAYLOR CRANBERRIES.?40 barrels Eastern Crinber berries, just received and for nale by 8. HOLMES, Grocer, oct 19 Hevetilh street. MKb. R. R. BILLING, having removed tottye large and convenient house on 9th street, be low R (formerly occupied by Mrs. Johnson,) ia prepared to accommoJaie Boarders on reasonable terms. oct 17? S. HOLMES, Grocer, has juat received an addi-i tional supply of Sugars, and now offers for ale? Porto Rico,8t. Croix, and New Orleans sugars Brown and white Havana Clarified " Loaf, Crushed and Powdered " He has also on hand a general and fresh supply of | Groceries. october 17? A Second-Hand Steam Boiler For Sale. WEIGHING about eighteen hundred pounds. Enquire of < O. H. THROOP, Engraver and Printer, oct 12 ?tf Old Medical College. GUNS JUST received a handsome supply of Single and Double barrel Guns of English and German manufacture. For sale very low. E. WHEELER, oct 10-lm Penn. avenue, near 7th at. Light Goods. BUTTONS, Pins, Needles, Hooks dr. Eyes, Combs Marbles, Tops, Colognes, Soaps, Hair Pins, Percussion Caps, Suspenders and a variety of goods suitable for Shop-keepers, for sale as low as caH be bought in eny northern market, at wholesale and retail by, E.WHEELER, oct 10?1 m Penn. avenue, near 7 at. DR. ROSE'S CELEBRATED TONIC MIXTURE for Fever and Ague and Bilious Fever. This great reme dy never fails in curing Fever and Ague, thousands who have been cured know its value, and thousands more-may know it when attacked by that bone break ing disease if they but prove its virtue. Prepared at Dr. Rose's Laboratory, Phila., and sold by JOSEPH BEARDSLEY, Penn. avenue, near Twelfth street Agent for all of Dr. Rose's celebrated remedies. sept 24?lm FOR RENT. A two story frame house in square 513?$5 per month. Enquire of oct 1 tf W. H. WARD. FOR RENT. A TWO story frame house situated on Massa chusetts avenue between 4th and 5th streets. Enquire of W. H. WARD, 8th street, oet 5 tf SNETHEN'S SERMONS, JUST published by ULYSSES WARD, Washington Citv, and for sale corner Penn sylvania Avenue and 2d street, opposite the Rail Road Office ; Also at the bookstore of ROBERT FARNHAM, Gorner Penn. Avenue and 11th st., and at the bookstore of JOHN KENNEDY, F, between 13th and 14th streets, Washington city ; GRIFFITH & SIMONS, Philadelphia; METH ODIST protestant BOOK ROOM, South street between Baltimore and 2d street,- Balti more, Md. . BOOTS AND SHOES. rjlHE subscriber respectfully informs his numer JL ous customers and all others who wish to pur chase anything in the Boot or Shoe line, of the very best workmanship and materials, and at the lowest prices, that he still continues the business at his old stand, on Pennsylvania avenue near the corner of | tenth street. He has made arrangement for the man ufacture and purchase of work which will enable him to furnish every variety of Boots and Shoes, for gentlemen, ladies, and children, on the very best ] terms. All work of my own manufacture warrant ed, as to quality and lit. WM. MOORE. N. B. All persons indebted to the late firm of | Moore & Douglass are requested to make immediate payment, otherwise the billa will have tobeputinto the hands of an officer, as the business of the late firm must be settled up. octa-tf ? WM. MOORE. Carriage Springs. ROWLAND'S Eliptic Springs 1$ to 2} in. by ?3, 4, 5, G and 7 plate, for sale low, by E.WHEELER, oct 10?lm Penn. avenue, near 7th st. Journeymen Shoemakers Wanted. WANTED immediately, by the subscriber, 12 first rate workmen [of both branches] to whom good wages and Qonstant employment will be given. MALCOLM DOUGLASS. Manufacturer of, and dealer in Boots and Shoes, south Hide of Pa. avenue, between 9 and 10 street*. J pet 10-2w A CARD.?The undersigned begs leave to ten der his thanks to the citizens of this com- | munity for the liberal patronage which they have bestowed upon him during the past year, and very respectfully informs them that he still continues the Auction and Commission business at Concert I Hall, near Brown's hotel, where he will promptly I and with dispatch discharge all business in his line, to the satisfaction of any and all persons who | may favor him with it. He would also inform those who are in arrears with him to call and settle their accounts as soon i as possible, the needful, being at all times accepta-1 ble, and at this time peculiarly in? i.epensable. A, GREEN, jan 20 Auolion and Commission Merchant. PARLOR itOOMS to let, on 12th street, be tween E and F. Enquiro at this office, oct 29?Gteod SPOONS. ANEW aud beautiful article of Table, Desert, and Tea Spoons, warranted equal to real silver at one-fifth the cost. J ust received and for sale by, E.WHEELER, oct 10-lm Penn. avenue,near 7th st. Declaration of independence Miniature Sheet?with the llea^s of th Presidents. For sale at this Office. une 30-tf If IITUAL LIFE INSURANCE COM JVL pany of the city of new YORK?MORRIS ROBINSON, President. Hav ing been appointed agent for the above named in stitution, I am prepared to receive applications for insurance on life for one or more years, or for the duration of life. The advantages of the mutual principle above the heretofore mor$ usual joint stock companies are so great that it ia only neces sary to understand the principles of its operation to give a derided preference to the mutual plan. A treatise on the subject and forms of application for insurance can lie had at my store on 7th street, im mediately opposite the National Intelligencer office. C. S. FOWLER, Agent. feb 24-3tawtf CIRACULRS, etc. etc. Neatly printed at thia office. PERSONS willing to enjoy themselves dur ing the. approjuihmg winter, should see well to the condition of their mouths. A Mpleudul as sortment of teeth (with or without imitation gums) may be seen at Dr. Van Patten's; und he is prepared to execute anything in the line or his profession in the most perfect and professional manner. N. B. H is patrons are earnestly invited to call and if any repairs are found necessary, they will be gratuitously and cheerfully made. Terms moderate, as usual. Pennsylvania Avenue, between 6th aad 7th gts. and next to Todd's Hat Store. oct. 27?If A CARD. THE UNDERSIGNED having had two re cent bilious attacks, which he has found two loo many for hia bodily strength, has been ordered to the country to recruit. Due notice will be given of his return. oct 26? BOYD REILI.Y. NEW LINE TO NORFOLK, PORTS MOUTH \ND GQ8PORT, 01.D POINT COMFOR'l, &c. Fare from Washington and, Alexandria to Nor folk $5 50. THE public are hereby notified that passengers are now taken by the^otomac steamboat and chmond and Fredericksburg and Richmond and Petersburg railroads, to. Norfolk, Virginia, at the iow rate of five dollars and fifty cents, including meals, on the James river boat. Passengers by this superior line leave Washing tqp at 9 A. M. on Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thurs days, arrive at Richmond at 4J P. M. (early enough to view its beautiful scenery,) where they lodge; and leaving Richmond at 5 A. M. for Port Watthall, on the Appomattox, there take the fine steamboat Augusta (which has been put in first-rate order) for Norfolk, where they arrivo between 1 and 2 P. M. Returning, leave Norfolk at 8 P. M., lodging on board the Augusta, arriving at Richmond to break fast, and at Washington by 4 P. M. the same day. The public may rest assured that it is the deter mination of the proprietors to keep up this line per manently, and to accommodate travelers between Richmond and Norfolk in the best manner and at the lowest rates. For tickets, or further information, apply to Capt. J. Rogers, on board the Potomac steamboat Powhatan, or to GEORGE MATTINGI.Y, june 23?tf Agent, at Washington. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD >a.n -ggBgg CGga jgjTfff fflfefrdL Transportation Ofpick,7 Washington, June. 1, 1845. $ THE public are respectfully informed that on' and after Thursday, the 4th inst., a passenger train will be started daify (Sunday excepted) at 12J o'clock A. M., reaching Baltimore in time to con nect with the Philadelphia train of cars. By order: 8AML. STETTINIUS, june 2-tf Agent. PATENT AGENCY At Washington City, D. C. ZENAS C, ROBB1NS, Mechanical* Engineer and Agent for procuring Patents, will prepare the necessary drawings and papers for applicants for patents, and transact all other business in the line of his profession at the Patent Office. He can be consulted on all questions relating to the patent laws and decisions in the United States or Europe. Persons at a distance desirous of having examina tions made at the Patent Office, prior to making ap plication for a patent, may forward (post paid, en . closing a fee of five dollars) a clear statement of their case, when immediate attention will be given to itr and all the information that could be obtained by a visit of the applicant in person, promptly communi cated. All letters on business must be post paid, and contain a suitable fee, where a written opinion is re quired. Office on F street, opposite the Patent Of fice. He has the honor of referring, by permission, to Hon. Edmund Burke, Com. of Patents; Hon. H. I.. Ellsworth, late Com. of Patents; H. Knowles, Machinist, Patent Office; Judge Craneh, Washing ton, D. C.; Hon. R. Choate, Mass., U. S. Senate; Hon. W. Allen, Ohio, U. S. Senate; Hon. J. B. Bowlin, M. C., Missouri; Hon. Willis Hall, N. V.; Hon. Robert Smith, M. C., Illinois; Hon. S. Breese, U. s. Sonate; Hon. J. H. Relfe, M. C., Missouri; Capt. H. M. Shreeve, Missouri. aug 10?tf 4)4 BARRELS Shenandoah Flour. For vvf sale by the load or barrel, by S. HOLMES, june 5?tf Grocer, Seventh street. FIRST WARD HARDWARE AND VARIETY STORE. THE subscribers respectfully inform thcciti < of the First Ward and parts adjacent Iherot , that they havo opened a Storo of the above descrif > tion on Pennsylvania Avenuo, between 17th anu 18th streets, where a good assortment of Mechan ics and House-keepers Hardware, Brushes, Cedar ware, Baskets, &c. &c., will bo constantly kept on hand. All articles in their lino will be sold as low for cash, or to punctual customers, as they can be bought in the City or Georgetown, and delivered free of expense. april 23-tf JOS. L. SAVAGE &. CO Anthracite coal.? a superior lot of Butler and other Coal, cheap for cash only, ma* h* biul of the subscriber. Orders received at tho office, opposite S. 8. Coleman's, or at the yard, ncae the Long Bridge. fob 6?tf JOHN PETTI BONE BOOTS AND SHOES, Just received? We have a full and complete assortment of Men's Boots, Bootees, Nulliliers and Gaiters, Ladies Gaitors, Half-Gaiters, Kid & Morocco Buskins, Ties and Slippers, French style Misses Gaiter Bootss Half-Gaiters, Buskins, Ties and Slippers, together with a complete assortment of Childrens Shoes, which we will sell at the very lowest cash prices. R. L. SMALLWOOD & CO., Pennsyvania avenue, between 9th and 10th streets may 12?tf ELEGANCE AND ECONOMY Beelie ?fc Costar's Fall Style of Hats. THE elegant, light, and highly-finished Mole skin Hat, made by the celebrated house of Beebe & Costar, Broadway, New York, we offer for sale. Gentlemen will please observe that these hats arc "comme il faut" in all respects. Also, I.eary & Co.'s much admired style, a full assort ment. Gontlcmen about changing their hats are politely requested to give ua a call. Our present stock will be found unusually handsome and at exceedingly low prices. Hats of the last fashions sold at twenty per eent. less than usual prices. TO THE LADIES. We wouk* announce that our entire stock of chil dren's Caps is now arranged for sale. We solicit a call, as the goods are freely shown at all times. STEVENS Sl EMMONS, oct 8-6teo Hatters, 1 and 2, Brown's Hotel Farm for Sale. rilHK subscriber otter* far mLd 329$ acre* of A UnJ, lying in Montgomery county, 33 miles from Washington City, on the road lending from Rockville t.j tlui mouth of Monaceucy: one third, or more, of the land in woods, containing good timber. The cleared land is of good quality, and easy to be improved. ' The building* are a large two-story brick dwelling house, with a basement and garret, barn, tobacco house, stable, Ate. For terms enquire on the premise*, of JAMES TRUMAN. july 16-tf [Kockville Journal 3t-J Mew Bool nn?l tthoe Store, On the south side of Pennsylvania avenue, be tween 'ith and I Oth streets. rpHE Hubscriber would respectfully inform his X friend* and the public generally, he has com menced the boat and ahoe business in all it* variom branche* on the south side of the avenue, opposite Win. Marshall'* auction store. My stock is all fresh new goods, just purchased at the north, and will be sold for a small advance on the cost price for cash, and cash only ; for, in commencing business again, I intend to sell for cash, and not, as is tqo often the case, sell freely on credit, lose large sums of money, and then require cash or punctual customers to make up, in pait at least, the losses sustained by the credit system. I have had at least six years' experience to convince me that the credit business, as conducted in this place, is neither just to the buyer nor seller?there fore my determination to do a cash business. I am determined to sell for exceedingly small profits, and sell quick, knowing that a nimble sixpence is better than a slow shilling. I respectfully ask of my friends and the public generally a share of their patronage. MALCOM DOUGLA88, south side Penn. avenue, between 9th and 10th st*. N. B. Measure* taken, and all kinds of work made in the best manner and at the shortest notice, and sent home when desired. M. D. oct-1 3taw3tn MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. Rates of Charges between New York, Philadelphia Wilmington, Baltimore 4" Washington. FOR every ten words, not exceeding onft hun dred, exclusive of the Address and Direction. When a communication exceeds that number the price on all words exceeding one hundred will be reduced to one third the price :? Krom N.York to Philade'a, 25 c.t*. lor every 10 words. Do do Wilmington, 35 " do do Do do Baltimore, 50 " do do Do do Washington, 50 " do do DoPbila.toWilmington, 10 " do do Do do Baltimore, 25 " do do Do do Washington, 25 " do do Do W it'n to Baltimore, 20 " do do Do do Washington, 25 " do do Do Bait, to do ? " do do "7 (jj* Communications destined for any place be yond the termination of the Tklkohaph, will be faithfully written ot^t at the last Station and put in to the Mail. june 10?tf. AMOS KENDALL, President. T IMIESuhscri b eh keeps constantly on handagood A assortment of Hardware, including hollour ware, Wood Ware, Brushes,Baskets, Jap. Tin Ware, Door Matts, and a large collection of Miscellaneous Goods to which he invites the attention of pur chasers, believing that he can and does sell as low as any other house in the city. Jan 31? tf . GEO SAVAGE. HARPERS' PICTORIAL, BIBLE. THE subscriber has made arrangement* for bind ing thia splendid Bible in the most elegant and substantial manner. Specimens of the binding may be seen at Mr. R. Farnham's Bookstore, corner of Pennsylvania avenue and 11th street. Persons hav ing copies to bind are assured that no pains or ex pense will be spared to produce a binding which will correspond with the beautiful typography and superb embellishments ( the work* Orders will be received oy the subscriber, at his bindary, PennsylvaniaHvenue, opposite Fuller's Ho tel, or at Mr. Farnham's Bookstore, as above. Please call, if possible, during the present week. Binding of every description faithfully executed by JOHN A. BLAKE, june 20-tf Bookbinder. V FOR SALE. OT 5 in square 29. Lots 20, 21, in square 70 i Lot C in square 170, this lot is near Genera Towson's. About 10,000 square feet of ground in square 231, this is at the southwest corner of the square, corner of C and 15. Lot 2, in square 257, with 5 frame houses. Lot 1, 2, ,1,anfl 4, in square 294, with 4 frame houses. Lots 1, 2, 3,4, 5, G, 7, 8, 9, and 10, being the whole of square 399. Part of lot with a neat frame house in square 325, this lot fronts 33 feet on 11th street. Lots 1 and 2, in square B, with 7 biick houses. Parts of lots 9 and 10, in square B. Blacksmith, wheelright, and car penter shops. Part of lot 16 in 453, with two brick houses. Lot 5 in reservation D, fronting 43 feet on Maryland avenue. Lot5, 6, and 7, in reservation C, fronting 129 feet on Maryland avenue. Lots 28 and 29 in square C, with frame houses. Lot 24 in square 534. Lots 2, 3, and 15, in square 535, with 8 frame houses. Frame house and lot in square south of square 516. Lot 15 in square 562. Lot 25,26, 27,28,29, 46 aud 47, m square 513, with 2 frame buildings. Lot 2, in square 613. Also for sale 4625 of stock in the Bank or Metro polis; $2,360 stock in the Bank of of Washington; #1,750 stock in the Potomac Fire Insurance Com pany of Georgetown; $1,400 stock in the Odd Fel ow's Hall. Enquire at this office. aug 5 WASHINGTON AGENCY OF THE /Etna Fire Insurance Company, of Hart ford, Connecticut. A PPLIOATION for insurance, or the renewal xX of policies, and all business connected with the office, may be made to the subscriber, agent of the Company for the District of Columbia, and vi cinity, with full power to receive anil issue policies on terms as favorable as any other office. D. A. HALL, Agent. Washington, Is/. April, 1846. This Company was incorporated in 1818, with a perpetual charter, and a capital of $250,000, with liberty to increase to $500,000, and insure against loss or damage by fire, on Dwelling Houses, Stores, Manufacturing Establishments, Household Fjrnij ture and Merchandize in general, on the most fa vorable terms, . The ample means and successful business of tae Company, has enabled it to pass through many ex tensive conflagrations, nnd to meet its losses with the most satisfactory promptness; and any losses which it may sustain on risks taken at thi? Agcncy, will lie liberally adjusted by the agent, according to the usage of the best Fire Companies, and Faul with promptness in current funds. I In case differences should arise touching apy low or damage, the Company is pledged, by a resolution of the Board of Director*, to submit the same to arbitrators, indifferently chosen; or, at the optut of the assured, the jurisdiction of the proper Court tf this citv will be acknowledged. this city "B0ARl) qf direOTORS. Thomas K. Brace, Samuel Tudor, Griffin St end man, Joseph Morgan, lames Thomas, Ward Woodbridge, Joseph Church Silas B. Hamilton, Frederick Tyler, Robert Buel, Samuel K. Brought&n, Miles A. Tuttle, E. White, ? John L. Boswell,\ Ebenezcr Flower, Joesph Prvtt, Thomas K. Brace, Presideiit. S. L. Loomis, Secretary, may 1- taw2m.