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Meeting or Courts. Supreme Court of the United States, second Monday in January. Circuit Court of the District of Columbia for Washington county, fourth Monday of March and fourth Monday of November. Circuit Court of the District of Columbia for , Alexandria county, first Monday in May and first Monday in October. Criminal Court of the District of Columbia for Washington county, second Monday of March, first Monday of June, fourth Monday of October, aud last Moudav of December. Criminal Jourt of the District of Columbia for Alexandria county, first Monday of April and first Monday of November. Baw*s. Bank of Washington?corner of Louisiana ?venue and D street?discount day, Tuesday. Wm. Gunton, President; Jas. Adams, Cashier. Bank of the Metropolis?Pennsylvania ave nue, between F and G streets, opposite the Treasury Department?discount day, Friday. John P. Van Ness, President; Richard Smith, Cashier. Patriotic Bank?7th street, between C and D streets?discount day, Thursday. G. C. Gram mar, President ; Chauncey Bestor, Cashier. Insurance Offices. Firemen's Insurance Company of Georgetown and Washington?office in the hall of the Per severance Fire Company's building, Centre Mar ket square. Jas. Aaams, President; Alexander Mclntyre, Secretary. Franklin Insurance Company?office corner of 7th and D streets, next door to the Patriotic Bank. G. C. Grammer, President; Charles Bradley, Secretary. Potomac Fire Insurance Company?office on Bridge street, Gesrgetewn. John Kurtz, Presi dent; Henry King, Secretary. Cuurchf.3. Baptist, Rev. O. B. Brown, 10th street, be tween E and F. Baptist, Rev. Mr. Samson, Aldermen's room, city hall. Baptist, Rev. Mr. Tindell, corner of 4th street and Virginia avenue. Baptist, Shiloh, Elder Robert C. Leachman, on Virginia avenue, near 4j street. Catholic, St. Patrick's, Rev. Mr. Mathews, F street, between 9lh aud lOih. Catholic, St. Matthews, Rev. John P. Donelan, corner of II and loth streets. Catholic, St. Peter's, Rev. 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Smith, 9th street, between G and H. Christ, Episcopal, Rev. Mr. Bean, G street, between 6th and 7th, navv yard. St. John's, Episcopal, ftev. Dr. Hawley, cor ner of 16th and H streets. Trinity, Episcopal, Rev. Mr. Stringfellow, 5th street, between Louisiana avenue and E street. Proiestant Episcopal Mission, Rev. Mr. French, Apollo hall. Unitarian, Rev. Mr. Bulfinch, corner of D and and 6th streets. Circulating Libraries. Washington Library?room on 11th street, between Pennsylvania avenue and D street; open daily from 3 to 5 o'clock, p. m. Jefferson Apprentices' Library Association? room west wing City hall, open every Wednes day and Saturday evenings, from 7 to 9, p. m. Fire Companies. Union?located at the corner of H and 20th streets; regular night of meeting, the in every month. W. B. Magruder, President; Charles Calvert, Secretary. Fran K.in?located en 14th street, near Penn sylvania avenue; regular night of meeting, tbe first Tuesday in every month. Robert Coltman, President; William Durr, Secretary. Perseverance?located on Pennsylvania ave nue, Centre market square; regular night of meeting, the first Thursday in every month. Sainl. Bacon, President; G. S." Gideon, Secretary. Northern Liberties?located on the corner of Massachusetts avenue and 8th streets; regular night of meeting, the first Wednesday in every month. John Y. Bryant, President; Augustus Brown, Secretary. Island?located on Maryland avenue, between 10th and 11th.streets; regular night of meeting, the second Monday in every month. William Jvloyd, President; Wm.T. Doniphan, Secretary. Columbia?located on South Capitol street, near the Capitol; regular night of meeting, the first Thursday in every month. James Adams, President; Secretary. Anacostia?located on Virginia avenue and L street south ; regular night of meeting, the first Friday in every month. Thos. Thornley, Presi dent ; Wm. Gordon, Secretary. Armories. Washington Light Infantry?west wing City hall; regular night of meeting, the first Monday in every month. National Blues?east wing City hall; regular night of meeting, first Monday in every month. Columbian Artillery?west wing City hall; regular night of meeting, the first luesday in every month. Mechanical Riflemen?east wing City hall; regular night of meeting, the second Monday in every month. Union Guards?hall of the Union engine house; regular night of meeting, the first Wednesday in every month. Masonic. Federal Lodge, No. 1?room corner of 12th ?tre?tand Pennsylvania avenue; regular night ?f ?sting, first Monday in evny month. Naval Lodge, No. 4?room Mfasan?c hall, aary I yard; regular night of meeting, first Saturday | every month. Potomac Lodge, No. 5, Georgetown?room in Bridg?jstreet, opposite Union hotel; regular night ol meeting, fourth Friday in every month. Lebanon Lodge, No. 7?room corner 4$ street and Pennsylvania avenue; regular night of meet ing, first Friday in every mouth. New Jerusalem Lodge, No. 9?room corner of 4$ street and" Pennsylvania avenue; regular meeting, third Tuesday in every month. Hiram Lodge, No. 10?room over West mar ket, 1st ward ; regular meeting, first Wednesday in every month. Grand Lodge of District of Columbia?annual communication first Tuesday in November, semi annual, first Tuesday in May. Installation meeting, St. John's day, 27th December. I. O. O. F. Central Lodge, No. 1?room City hall; night of regular meeting, Friday. Washington Lodge, No. 6?room City hall; night of regular meeting, Tuesday. Eastern Lodge, No. 7?at present occupying a room in Masonic hall, nary yard ; night ol regu lar meeting, Friday. Potomac Lodge, No. 8?Odd Fellows' hall, Alexandria ; regular night of meeting, Friday. Harmony Lodge, No. 9?Odd Fellows' hall, corner of 7th and G streets, navy yard; regular night of meeting, Monday. Columbia Lodge, No. 10?room City hall; regular night of meeting, Thursday. Union Lodge, No. 11?Odd Fellows' hall, navy yard ; regular night of meeting, Wednesday. Friendship Lodge, No. 12?room over West market, first ward; night of regular meeting, Thursday. Covenant Lodge, No. 13?Odd Fellows' hall, Jefferson street, Georgetown; regular night of meeting, Monday. Columbian Encampment, No. 1?room City hall; regular night of meeting, last Wednesday in every month. Marley Encampment, No. 2?Odd Fellows' hall, Alexandria; regular nights of meeting, second and fourth Mondays in every month. Grand Lodge of the District of Columbia meets annually on the second Monday in No vember, and quarterly on the second Mondays of January, April, July, and October. Sons of Temperance. Timothy Division, No. 1?room Buckingham's hall, on C street, between 10th and 11th streets; night of regular meeting, Wednesday. Harmony Division, No. 2.?Room St. Asaph street, Alexandria; night of regular meeting, Monday. Beneficial Society. Island Beneficial Society of the City of Wash ington, D. C.?Night of regular meeting, the first Thursday in every month?John W. Martin, pre sident; Wirk T. Doniphan, Secretary. Temierance Societies. Freemen's Vigilant?room Medical College; regular night of meeting, Friday?Gecrge Sav age, president; E. Brooke, secretary. Potomac Total Abstinence?school room at the corner of 12th street and Maryland avenue; regular night of meeting, Monday?J. T. Cassel, president; Patrick McICennan, secretary. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. Northern and Eastern Mails arrive daily at 5 j a. m. and 6J p. m., and close at 3 p. m. and 9 p. m.; the mail that closes at 3 p. m. goes through to Boston. Baltimore Extra Mail arrives at 11J a. m. Western Mail arrives at 71 p. m., and closes at 9 p. m., daily. Southern Mail arrives at 3 p. m., and closes at 9 p. m. Warrenton Mail arrives at 5 p. m. on Sunday, Wednesday, and Friday; closes at 9 p. m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday ; daily in July, August, and September. Middleburg (Va.) Mail arrives at 5 p. m. on Sunday, Wednesday, and Friday; closes at 9 p. m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Leesburg Mail arrives on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 5 p. m.; closes on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday, at 9 p. m. Winchester and Harper's Ferry Mail closes daily at 9 p. m., and arrives at 7J p. m. Port Tobacco Mail arrives at 6 p. m. on Wed nesday and Saturday ; closes at 9 p. m. on Sun day and Wednesday. Upper Marlboro' Mail arrives at 4 p. m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; closes at 9 p. m. on Sunday, 1 uesday, and Thursday. Annapolis Mail arrives at 7j p. m., and closes at 9 p. m., daily. Brookville Mail closes at 9 p. m. on Thurs day, and arrives at 2 p. m. on Sunday. Rockville Mail arrives at 7 p. m. an Monday, Wednesday, and Friday; closes at 9 p. m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. The Post Office is open for business daily, from 8 a. m. till 9 p. m., except on Sunday ; on that day it will be open from 8 to 10 a. m., from 12 ta 1 p. m., and from 8 to 9 p. m. JOHN A. BLAKE, Bookbinder, Paper Ruler, and Blank Book manufacturer, south side of Pennsyl vania avenue, near 14th street, and opposite Fuller's City Hotel (up stairs). Blank books of all descrip tions manufactured to order, old books rebound, maps mounted and varnished, and all kinds of fancy binding executed in the neatest manner and at rea sonable prices. NOCK'S IMPROVED PATENT LEAF HOLD ER, ?R TEMPORARY BINDER, of all the various sizes, with or without locks, will be furnished in any quantity and in any style of binding desired, at whole sale prices. nov 6?dtf PRINTING AND WRITING PAPERS of every X quality and size made to order, and sold at man ufacturers' prices. R. FARNHAM, nov 7 corner llth st. and Penn. av. CATHOLIC PRAYER BOOKS, beautifully bound in Turkey morocco, gilt, with plates; also, com mon binding. A large assortment jutt received, and for sale at very low prices, at R. FARNHAM'S Bookstore, corner llth st. and Penn. avenue. WISTAR'S COUGH LOZENGES?These Loz enges cannot be too strongly recommended to public attention as a safe and effectual medicine for the cure of Coughs, Colds, Asthmas, &.c. They Are very serviceable in soreness and tightness of the breast, difficulty of breathing, hoarseness, &c., and give almost immediate relief in troublesome sensation, tickling in the throat, which is so tormenting in this complaint. They have been used very extensively in this citj and other places, and have given universal satisfac tion to all who have used them; price 25 cents per box. A large quantity just manufactured and for sale, with directions, at GILMAN'S, (late Todd's), Drug Store. ASTONISHING AND TRUE. A MONG THE THOUSAND MEDICINES adver IX Used as certain cures for pulmonary com pa , JAYNE'S EXPECTOllANT stands alone. Its pa n to the public confidence has been paired, ort w?? puffs. but CURES; and the vouchers for Mtffieuf include at; array of names which, for c ia - respectability, cannot be surpassed in I us c )? DR. JAYNE, b?ing himself a I hysician. does no profess to perform physical ?mpo*Mb.lit.?i; but he does assurt, and is borne out by *veII a1' ' facto, that in all DISEASES OF THE LUNGS AND CHEST, which arc susceptible of c^wjth^. out miraculous interference, his EXI E ' ' . will restore the patient to health. No other ?<idi cine will remove the mucus or pus from ie i ? ? thoroughly ns this. It effectually looses (lie coagula ted masses from the membrane which lines the tran chia, and at every cough the patient P portions of the disengaged matter. In all complaint* ot the pulraunaqr organs, even where nature. y - be making no effort to throw oil tlie disease, J AYN L S EXPECTORANT imparts vigor to the machinery ot respiration, and enables them to disencumher them selves of obstructions wh.ch had impededtheirfree operation. It has restored hundreds to perfect health, after their physicians had given them up as '"curable with CONSUMPTION. Coughs, Colds, Asthma In fluenza, Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, in a wo d, all diseases of a PULMONARY nature yield to this pre paration, if properly administered. v 1 Rev. J. S. Maginnis Professorin Hamilton(N. Y.) Literary and Theological Seminary, says : . "I would not be without Dr. Jayne sMedl.?1"?? in my family for any consideration. I have found them successful in cases where all ether means ha\e faMr Nicholas Harris,corner of Front and Lombard streets, Philadelphia, was cured of COUGII, Ablll MA, OK THE LUNGS, under which he labored for many years^ Rev. Ira M. Allen, of New York city, says:? 1 have used Jayne's Expectorant, and have mora confi dence in it than ALL OTHER MEDICINES ?fRcvkWm. Laws, Medcsttown, Va. says "I have used your expectorant, and found iit ian <excellent med icine lor PULMONARY DISEASES. Daniel Ilenshaw, Esq. Editor of the Lynn (Mass.) Record, says:-" Jayne's Expectorant is a very valu able Syrup, which we have lately used with good ef fect in stopping a Cough and loosening and breaking ^Re^Arthur B. Bradford, of Darlington, Pa., says that it cured his son of CROUP in a few minutes. The Bangor (Maine) Journal says" A trial or Jayne's Expectorant will satisfy all that it is a speedy cure for Coughs. Colds, Influenza, Asthma, Hoarse ness, and all kinds of Pulmonary affections." Mr Ebenezer Webster, of Providence, (R. I.) was cured of a severe ASTIIMA, by using two bottles. Rev. Simeon Seiglried, was cured of Influenza, a Hoarseness, and a hard dry Cough by one bottle. Rev. Dr. Babcock, of Poughkeepsie, says that knowing Dr. Jayne to be a regular Physician, and having used his medicines personally and in his la mily, does not hesitate to commend them as safe and eminently useful medicines, and a valuable ad dition to our Materia Medica. Rev. JohnSegurof Lambcrtsville, New Jersey, who was suffering with a hoarseness and soreness of the lungs and throat, and a suffocating Asthma, was cured by one bottle. . . . Mr. J. L. Simpkins says that it cured his wife ol CONSUMPTION, and one of his children of the WHOOPING COUGH. ltev. Jonathan Going, D. D President of Granville College, Ohio, says: ' He was laboring under a se vere COLD, COUGH and HOARSENESS, and that his difficulty of breathing was so great that he felt himself in imminent danger of immediate suffocation, but was perfectly cured by using this Expectorant. Mrs. Dilks, of Salem N. J. was cured of Asthma ol 20 years standing, by using two bottles of this medi- i cine. Mrs. Ward, also of Salem, was cured of the same complaint by live bottles. Dr. Hamilton of St. James, S. C. was greatly affected by a Cough, Hoarse ness, and soreness of the Lungs, and on using a bottle of this medicine found permanent relief." Lewis C. Levin,'the distinguished advocate ol Temperence, stated at a meeting of upwards ofthree thousand persons, that he should not have been able to address them, but for the use of 'Jayne's Expecto rant.' He said that he had been laboring under a hoarseness and severe oppression of the chest, that he had purchased some of the Expectorant the day be fore, which had relieved him in a few hours, and he found himself, conti ary to his own expectation,able to address the multitude. The proprietor could add hundreds of other naiies eauallv respectable, who recommend JAYNE S EX PECTORANT as superior to ALL OTHER MEDI CINES for the cure of all the various Pulmonary dis E'repared and sold by Dr. D. JAYNE, No. 20 South THIRD Street,' Philadelphia, where all his other valuable preparations may be obtained. NO EXCUSE TOR A BALD HEAD. Since the important discovery of DR. JAYNE'S HAIR TONIC, every one may, if he chooses, pre serve his hair from falling off, or if already bald may with certainty have his hair restored again by a faith ful and persevering application of this valuable II AIR TONIC. . . Please to read without prejudice the following communication from the Philadelphia bun, whiih in addition to hundreds of others equally respectable should remove the doubts of every reasonable per son of the uniform and singular efficacy of JAYNE'S HAIR TONIC: We publish the following letter from a sense of duty to the public. It is just such a letter as we should have expected from such a source. W e know Dr. Quigly personally, and there is no man in the country, whose opinion is entitled to more rcspcct. He is on all subjects honest and sincere, and his high character as a Physician can be attested by the first medical men in this city.?Fhilad. Sun. Shephcrdstown, Va. Oct. 10, 1843. Dear Sir:?You inquire of me whether 1 have used your Hair Tonic, and the effects. Several years ago my hair began to fall rapidly from the scalp, and I had the prospect of premature baldness. During several years I used various pre parations recommcndcd for the hair, from which 1 derived no benefit. At length a friend recommended your Hair Tonic. I used three or four bottles ac cordine to the printed directions, and at the end o six months, my hair was thick set, and since its ten dency to turn grey was arrested. 1 have never before given a certificate, recommend ing patent medicines, which indiscriminately used, as they often are, do much injury, but in a case like the present, where I know the article to be beneficial and that it can do no harm, I have no scruples in stating facts within my own knowledge. Youn, &c. jQHpj QUIGLY, M. D. Dr. D. Jatne, Philadelphia. ALSO? JAYNE'S VERMIFUGE? JAYNE'S CARMINATIVE? JAYNE'S SANATIVE PILLS? For sale by R. S. PATTERSON, Sole ActNT, Washington, And O. M. LINTHICUM. Georgetown, D. C. Druggist* and dealer, supplied at the Proprietor'! price? J"n *-6m 1 Baldness ?balm or Columbia, for the hair, which will stop it if falling out, or restore it on bald plac.es; und on children make it grow rap idly, or on those who have lost their hair froiu any cause. ALL VERMIN that infest the heads of children in schools, arc prevented or killed by it at once. Find the name of COMSTOCK fctCo. on it, or never try it. IUincmber tins always. RHEUMATISM AND LAMENESS positively cured, and all shrivelled muscles and limbs are re stored, iu the old or young, by the Indian V'euei able Ei ixir and Nehve and Hone Liniment?but never without the name ol Comstock &. Co. oinl. PILES, &c., are wholly prevented, or governed if the attack has comc on, if you use the only true Hay's Liniment, from Comstock &. Co. ALL SORES and every tiling relieved by it that admits of an outward application. It acts like a charm. Use it. HORSES that have Ring-Bone, Spavin, Wind Galls, Sic., are cured by Roof's Specific ; and FOUNDERED horses entirely cured by Roof's Foun der Ointment. Mark this, nil horsemen. MAGICAL PAIN EXTRACTOR SALVE?The most extraordinary remedy ever invented for all new orold BURNS AND SCALDS, and sores, and sore EYES. It has delighted thousands. It will take out all pain in ten minutes, and no failure- It will cure the PILES Dr. SPOIIN'S ELIXIR OF HEALTH, for the certain prevention of FEVERS or any general sick ness ; keeping the stomach in most pcrfect order, the bowels regular, and a determination to the surface. COLDS, COUGHS, pains in the bones, and DROP SY are quickly cured by it* Know this by trying. CORNS.?The French Plaster is a sure cure. EAST INDIA HAIR DTE Colors the hair any shade you wish, but will not col or the skin. SARSAPARILA.?COMSTOCK'S COMPOUND EXTRACT.?There is 110 other preparation of Sar saparilla that can exceed or equal this. If you are sure to get Comstock's,you will find it superior to all others. It does not require putting. Dr. LIN'S ctlestial BALM OF CHINA? A positive cure for the piles, and all external ailing* ?all internal irritations brought to the surface by friction with this Balm;?so in coughs, swelled or sore throat, tightness of the chest, this Balm applied on a flannel will relieve and cure at once, tresh wounds or old sores are rapidly cured by it. DEAFNESS. Dr. McNAIR'S ACOUSTIC OIL.?Those deaf from infancy often receive, in a most miraculous manner, their hearing when they least expect it, by some trifling accident or event, which shows them how easily they might have much sooner had their hearing, and skved themselves and their friends the pain 01 conversing in a loud tone, without pleasure, or of being neglected and shunned, to avoid that dis tress which is felt mutually by the deaf person and his hearers. How sacred a duty, therefore, it is that we use all necessary means to remove such an affliction, and enjoy the social qualities implanted in* our natures! This EAR OIL has the effect so to re lieve the tension, and bring into us the natural action of the parts, so as to restore the hearing when lost or impaired. This is proved by so many and well-known cases, that, where known, it needs no praise. The great wir.h of the proprietor is, that each may speak to others of its uncommon virtues, till sufferers may know, and be relieved and restored by its use. This will be dono in all cases of recent DEAFNESS and many of long standing. ALL DEAF PERSONS should use this oil! It will relieve at once, or, it DEAFNESS is just commencing, will remove the cause and check its progress. Those who have been long deaf should continue its application a few weeks to hear well. Each flask has full directions for use attached to it. AVOID ANY IMITATIONS. The true may be known by my signature on the flask. The copyright secured as follows : " Entered according to Aciof Congress, A. D. 1841, by Comstock & Co., in the ClerkVOffice of the Dis trict Court of the United States "for the Southern I District of New York." TO ALL TUB WORLD WHO USE LEATHER IN ANT FORM. OIL OF TANNIN, OR LEATHER RESTORER. A NEW CHEMICAL DISCOVERY. Most people know that skins and hides are convert ed into leather by the use of Tannin extracted from ccrtain barks, &c. When the force and strength of the Tannin is worn out, leather becomes dead, hard dry, brittle, cracked, covered with a crust, Sic. This all know. To re store, then, life, softness, moistness, strength, smooth ness, and ramove all crust, fly, or blister?restore the tannin. This substance the leather never can receive the second lime; but the whole virtues of it are in this article, the OIL OF TANN'IN?which pene trates the stiffest and hardest leather, if it has been twenty years in use; and if it tears easily with the fingers, it imparts at once a strength that is utterly incredible until seen. It becomes like new leather, in all rcspects, with a delightful softness and polish, and makes all leather completely and peifectly im pervious to water?particularly boots, shoes, carri age-tops, harness, hose, trunks, and in fact all things made of leather, giving v splendid polish, even high er than new leather has, and at least doubling its wear and durability, in whatever manner the leather is used. THESE ARE FACTS. Those who will may wear old shoes, groan with corns, tide with oid carriage-tops?have old harness, and throw them aw y half used?look filthy them selves and all about them?expend double what is necessary for articles of leather to thoir hearts' con tent, for what we care, if their prejudices arc so strong, they.will oot try anew discovery. We have no favors to ask of them, they are the greatest sufferers, aud we beg for nobody's custom or patronage. Now, gvntlcmen, please yourselves. JEJp* None genuine unless with the fac simile sig nature of COMSTOCK & Co. For sale by CHARLES STOTT, jan 20? Druggist, Penn. Av., Washington. WATTERSTON'S NEW GUIDE TO WASH INGTON.?To strangers visiting this city, who are frequently at a loss for some guide to direct them to the prominent objects of curiosity and interest which it contains, this little volume will be of great use. It has been found to be so by all who have con sulted it. For sale at R. FARNHAM'S Bookstore, corner of 11 th street and Pennsylvania 9 venue, where can also be had a few copies of the last edition of Mr. Watterston's Gallery of American Portraits, contain ing sketches of the most distinguished statesmen and orators of this country for the last thirty years. dec 1? ' ? ? J PATENT ELASTIC INKSTANDS.?An assort ment of Elastic Inkstands just received from the manufacturer. A smaller size has just been intro duced by the patentee, a neat and beautiful article, and is pronounced the ne plus ultra of inkstands, a.s with it the ink never grows thick or evaporates, and preserves the same consistency and color until it is all consumed. Sold wholesale and retail by R. FAKNHAM, nov 7 corner 11th st. and Penn. av. MANESCA'S FRENCH COURSE, an Oral Sjri lem of Teaching Living Languages, illustrated by a practical coursc of lessons m the French through the medium of the English, by Jean MaResca, fourth edition, revised. For sale by R. FARNHAM, corner 11th street and Penn. av. Wher? may be found all the French School books now in use, and sold at very low prices. nov ? MRS. GARDNER'S BAL3AM OF Um* WORT, FOR THE CURE OF COUGHS, COLD8, WHOOPING COUGH,, fcc.?The public are particularly Cautioned to inquire for Mrs. M. N. Gardner's Genuine Indian Balsam of Liverwort and Hoartiouud, as there is an article ofl'ered to the pub lic that is not genuine. Likewise be particular that the white wrapper is signed M. A*. Gardner, and the red label outside, as a security against counterfeits, by the proprietor. It is, without any exaggeration or exception, one of the greatest discoveries ever made in this part of tne country. It has saved, within two years, hun dri ds from the grave. It has been sent for from all parts of the country that has the least knowledge of its glorious effects for such a simple vegetable com pound. It has been found to be extremely efficaci ous in the following diseases, viz: Consumption, common coughs, Colds, Whooping-Cough, difficulty of breathing, Asthma, Influenza, Quinsy, Phthisic, spitting of blood, Croup, Weakness, pain in the side, want of sleep, &.c. Likewise there is nothing exist ing so good for the Liver Complaint as this medicine ; it has been taken with great success. This Balsam, for all complaints, of thi* kind, exceeds all prepara tions ever offered to the public. In the country where it has been administered, it has had most wonderful effects. There could be hundreds of certificates mentioned, where it has provod itself a perfect and safe remedy for all these complaints. A lew are giv en below. OSRTXFXOATBS. I, Amos Wkbiter, of Boston, feel it a duty to ac quaint my friends and the public, of the efficacy of tne Balsam of Liverwort. Having been troubled with a very bad cough for a great length of time, and having resorted to most of the remedies which are re commended for coughs and colds without any effect, I was induced to try the Balsam of Liverwort, and by taking two bottles, I was restored to perfect health. I, the subscriber, have taken Mrs. Gardner's Gen uine Balsam, of Liverwort, for a complaint which my physician called consumptive, and By the use of two bottles I was cured entirely. Then fore, I do with the utmost confidence recommend it t<? the pi b lic for complaints of that kind. THOMAS HA'SKlIVa, Jr. Boston, Nov. 1, 1831. It is with great pleasure I recommend the effica cy of Mrs. Gardner's Balsam of Liverwort, having made use of it myself, and in my family, for the last two years, and have found it the best remedy for the cure of coughs and colds, and all complaints of the breast that I ever witnessed in my family. I con sidei^it one of the best articles ever invented, and re commend it to all who may be afflicted ELISHA HORTON, Firm of Baker and Horton. Boston, Nov. 5, 1831. To the Jigt.nl of Mrs Gardner's Indian Balsam of Livericort. The hearer of this will pay you for the three dozen of the Balsam of Liverwort I have retailed. The article I find gives most perfect satisfaction for all complaints which it is recommended for. You wil[ please send me six dozen more as soon as possible. B F. BROWN, Druggist, Salem. The undersigned does hereby certify, that he has taken Mrs. Gardner's Liverwort Balsam for Uie cure of a very bad cou^h, which had troubled him for six months, and by taking two bottles of the Balsam, he was cured entirely. With confidence I recommend it to all. DAVID F. WOODBURY, Clerk to Joseph Stedman. Boston, October, 1832. Certificate of Miss L. Hoicard, of West BridgewaUr. About one year since, I was troubled with a very bad cough for three months ; could not get any rest nights. Hearing of the great efficacy of Mrs. Gai ner's Balsam of Liverwort, I was induced Vj^Jry i*. I had not taken but two bottles before I was in perfect health. It is with great pleasure I recommend the above as being a superior article for coughs and colds, and complaints of the lungs. L. HOWARD. The above invaluable medicine is for sale by Z. D. OILMAN, Druggist, Penn. Avenue, flate Todd's,) sole agent for the District, and also for Brown's Genu ine Bonesct Candy, a fresh supply of which is just re ceived as above. jan 10? USIC, MUSIC, MUSIC!?GARRET ANDER SON, agent of Atwill's Mu->ic Repertory, New York, has just received a large assortment of Atwill's most popular music. G. A. will be constantly in the receipt of the latest publications, and will be happy to receive orders for Music published at any other establishment in the country. He respectfully solicits strangers visiting the city and the citizens generally to call and examine his collection, which will be sold at the New York prices. Between 11th and 1:2th str'ts, Pennsylvania avenue. nov 24?2aw6w FRIENDSHIP'S OFFERING for 1844?Friend ship's Offering and Winter's Wreath, a Christ mas and New Year's present for 1844, with eight handsome engravings. THE LITTLE GIFT, for 1844, with engravings. THE LITTLE KEEPSAKE, for 1844, edited by Mrs. S. Colman, with engravings. ST. NICHOLAS ANNUAL, for 1844, for little boys and girls, with engravings. THE CHILD'S GEM, a holyday gift for 1844. The above just received and for sale at the book store of II. FARNHAM, nov 6 corner 11th st. and Penn av. HOVER'S BLACK INK ?The above ink is kept constantly on hand by R. FANHAM, corner of llth street and Pennsylvania avenue, who is agent for the manufacturer, and will supply the trade at manufacturer^ prices, wholesale and retail. This ink has acquired a celebrated character, and is in extensive use. The following certificates are from Dr. Thomas P. Jones, of the Patent Office, and Dr. F. Hall, late Professor of Chemistry at the Medioal College of this city: Washington, Jan. 28, 1843. Mr. Joseph E. Hover: Sir: I have made use of your Black Ink sufficiently long to ascertain that it possesses all the desirable qualities which are neces sary in the employment of steel pens more fully than any kind of ink that I had previously essayed, and I have got pretty well through the catalogue. I have not taken the trouble to test it chemically, as this has been already done by others whose certificates are as satisfactory to me as though the experiments had been made by myself. THOMAS P. JONES. Washington, Jan. 23, 1843. Mr. Joseph E Hover: Sir: 1 have examined and used part of the specimens of ink which you left with me, and am prepared to speak favorably of them both. Since I began to use metalic pens, I have never been able to obtain ink which would not mora or less corrode, and speedily destroy them. Yours appears to be free from every corrosive ingredient. 'I he marking ink possesses, in my opinion, all the qualities which are requisite to give to the article a very high character. Yours, respectfully, nov 7 r. HALL r IVES OF THE PRESIDENTS OF THE U. S., 1J with biographical notices of the signers of tha Declaration of Independence, sketches of most re markable events in the history of the country; br It W. Lincoln. Embellished with a portrait of each ol the Presidents, and forty-five engravings. For sale at the beok store of nov 6? R. FARNHAM.