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TELEGRAPHIC CORRES PONDKNCK FOR DAILY NATIONAL BRA. * Markets. Baltimore, March 25, 12 M. ? Flour firm?dales of 2,000 barrel* of Howard Street at $7.37^' ; hoi all sale* of City Mill* at 97 25 a $7.50 Wheat?galea of 500 bushels at ? 1.75 a $180 for white, and at SI 70 a SI 75 lor led. Corn?sales at 70 a 72 cents f >r white, and at 70 a 71 oents for yellow. Oats at 42 cents. No ehange in other articles. J^tew York, March 25?Flour firm?sales of 4.000 barrels at $7 50 fi>r State brands, and at $7 68 a $7 75 for Southern. Wheat?sales at $1.89 for white, and $178 for red. Corn? sales of 40 000 bushels at 79 oents for mixed, and 82 a 83 oents for yellow. Cotton has d? alined an eighlti. Stocks dull. Arrival of the Steamer Northern Light. New York, March 25.?The steamer North ern Light arrived here to-day, bringing 400 passenger^ and $700,000 in gold. She reports that the steamer John L. Ste vens, at Panama, had only $400,000 in gold. The excitement in California in regard to the Senatorial election is increasing. The Saornmento water works are in opera tion. The Legislature re-assembled at Sacramento on the 24th. Horace Ball, an able lawyer from Yirginik bad committed fcuioido. The Sonora mines had been unusually pro ductive. 4 General Wool had arrivod out, and relieved Gen. Hitchoock in the command of tho Pa oifio division. , ? A grand dinner had been given to General Wool and Ex-Senator Footc, of Mississippi. The latter, in a speech, denounced the Cabi net. It was believed at San* Francisoo that Lan caster, a Democrat, had been elected to Con gress from Washington Territory; but that the Whigs would be in the majority in the Legislature. The Oregon Legislature bad adjourQed. A bill had passed, ordering a vote to be taken in June on the question of forming a State Gov ernment. The party of filibusters in Lower California, who had deserted, had been arrested for trial. Several t fibers of the frigate Portsmouth had dined with Col. Walker. The California Chronicle surmises that Pres ident Pieroe favors tho filibusteis, and deolares that it has no confidence eithor in his (Pierce's) or Marey's professions. Later from Mexico. New Orleans, March 25.?Gen. Alvarez has not yet been captured.' He was fortifying La Providencia. The Apaches had nearly destroyed a oom pany of soldiers in Sonora. The Legislature of Oregon, by resolution, re quests an appropriation by the General Gov- , ernment to build a light-house at North Uuip- < qua. Liquor Bill in New, York: Albany, March 25?The New York Legis lature have tabled the resolution putting the liquor question to the people. BY THE MORNING'S MAIL. Later from Mexico. New Orleans, March 24.?The brig John Williams has arrived, with oity of Mexico dates of the 9th. The papers are principally occupied with the defeat of Alvarex and the Gadsden treaty. Alvarrx had been deprived by Santa Anna of all hit decorations and honors. The garrison and people bad deserted him, declaring their allegiance to the Government. The rebellion was entirely orushed. Ampudia had been made Lieutenant Gene ral. Durango and Zacatecas wore atill ravaged by Indians. A gr?at battle had been fought, in whieb many Indians had been killed. There was nothing important from Walker's expedition. -Gen. Blancni had gone to Lower California with 700 men. Tho Mexican papers announce that the Gov ernment has aooepted the modification of the , Gadsden treaty. Execution of a Murderer. Pittsburgh, March 24.?David Jewell wan executed here at 2 P. M., for murder, in the presence of ao immense concourse of spectators Me read his dying declaration, in whiuh he denied that he had premeditated the orimo of murder. He said ho trent to redress his friend's grievances while strongly under the influence of liquor, and knew nothing of the deed until he was arrested on the charge of murder. He ooncluded by advising his young friends to avoid the intoxicating cup. He died penitent, hoping for forgiveness from man and from his (iod. 'ebraxka. Meeting at Albany. Ai.bany, March 23.?An anti-Nebraska meeting was held at the Capitol this evening, and was very largely attended. Wm Par malee, mayor of the city, presided. Resolu tions in opposition to the Nebraska bill were reported by Iaaao Edwards, and were unanl- : mouslj adopted. ITEMS. The ship carpenters of New York have re solved on a strike for three dollars a day. Thero are sixty births and deaths in the world every seoond. . Kalafat, of which so muoh has been said lately, is a town of two thousand houses. Jt is surrounded with walla, has a quarantine, a town ball, a oustom-hoifse, three churchm, and a cavalry barrack.' In tbe San Joaquin Valley, California, a silver mine has just been discovered, which is ? said to vie in richness and extent with any in j Mexico. It is situated about 150 miles from Stockton, and ninety miles east of Monterey. Tbe New York omnibus drivers have adopted the use of veils, to shelter their faoes front the dust. No there are other dusty cities beside Washington ! ? .Twenty of the insurance companies of New York have omitted their usual dividend, in oontequenoe of the numerous losses by fire in that city. A female collego is to be esCatilishod at Pe tersburg, Virginia. The (Julf of Mexico is twenty-two foot higher than the Pacific. There has not been an execution in Quebec in eighteen years. The Panama railroad will have oost, when completed, about $1,500,000 The river St Lawrence, at Montreal, is to be spanned by a tubular iron railroad bridge, a mile and a quarter long, costing $7,500,000. There is every appearance that there will be more houses erected in Boston during the present season, than at any former period. i It is stated that the amonnt of spooie now 1 in the vaults of the U. 8. sub-treasury in Bos ton, is upwards of 14,000,000. About a century ago, tbe marriages in Lon don war# under six thousand a yaar ; they arc now four times as many. DXATH. On the 24th instant, in the (J2d ye ir of hi* age, Hknhv Avi.mhh a native of Irl.?nd, and for thirty-two year* a resident of Petersburg, Virginia. 0^"" The usual services uiay lie eipocted in the Methodist KpMeopal Church South, Kightb street, between H and I, to morrow, at elevon A. M., and half past seven P. M., by the pas tor, Rev. J ames A. Duncan. ftjp" Kev. J. K. Cruiuer will preach in tho Hall of the Union Kngine House, on Sabbath (to morrow) ovoning at half p^t seven o'clock. The public are invited. [?** There will bo preaohing in the Congre gational Churob, Fifth street, west of the City Hall, to morrow ut eleven A. JV1 , and a lecture at hall past three P. M., by llov. Alexander Duncanson. UJ" Kw. J. Milton Henry, having just re turned from the South, will preach in the Seventh Presbyteiian Church, (Island.) to mor row, at eleven A. M., and half past seveu 1\ M. 05^ Re?. Mason Noble will preach in the Sixth Prexbyteaian Church, (Island,) Maryland avenue and Si?th street, to-morrow, at eloven A. M., and half fuist seven P. M. His subject in the morning will be, " Christ tho Jehovah, worshipped in the Ancient Temple." LGP" Rev. Dr. liurnap, of Baltimore, will proach in the Unitarian Church, to-morrow, at the uBual hours. In tho evoning, his subject will be, " The paternal character of (*od is the central truth of the Gospel." Maino Law Petitions to Congress for a prohibitory law for the District of Columbia will beciroulatod atTemperanco Hall, on Sun day night,,at half past soven o'clock. (CP" Services will be held in the Fifth Pres byterian Church, corner of Fifth and I streets, by Rev. A. G. Carother^, pastor, to morrow, at eleven A. M., and half past seven P. M. Rev. W. MoLain will preach to-mor row evoning, in the Western Presbyterian Churoh, corner of E and Twenty-second streets. Services to commence at half past seven. Q^" Rev. W. H. Milburn, Chaplain to tho Hohso of Representatives, will preaoh in the Capitol, to-morrow, at eleven A.M. Subject: Home Lifo. AV1RH CHKRKY PECTORAL, FOR THE RAPID CURE OP COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, BRONCHITIS WHOOPING COUGH, CROUP, ASTUMA. AND CONSUMPTION. A MONO the numerous discoveries Scienoo has " made in thru generation to facilitato the business tof life, increase its enjoyment, and even prolong the torm of human existence, none oan be named of more real value to mankind, than this contribution of Chemistry to the Healing Art. A vast trial of its vir tues thnsughout this broad country, has proven, be yond a doubt, that no medicine, or combination of medicines, yet known, can so surely control and cure the numerous varieties of uulmonary disease which have hitherto swept from%ir midst thousands and thousands every year. Indeod, there is now abun dant reason to believe a Remedy has at length been found, which oan be relied on, to cure the most dan gerous affections of the lungs. Our space here will not permit us to publish any proportion of the euros affocted by its use, but wo would prosent the follow ing, and refer further inquiry to my American Alma nac, which tho agent below named will always bo pleased to furnish, free, wherein are full particulars, and indisputable proof of these statements. Office ok Transportation, ? ' Ijaurtnt R. R , S. C. Aug. 4, 18i3. Dear Sir : My little son, four years old, has just recovered from a severe attack of malignant Scarlet Fever; bis throat wss rotten, and every person that visited birn pronounced him a dead ohild. Having used jour Cktrry P,cto,a/ in California, in the win tor of 1860, for a severe attack of Bronchitis, with entire success, I was induced to try it on my little boy. I gave him a teaspoon-full every three hours, commencing in the morning. and by ten o'clock at night I found a decided ehange for the botter. and after three days' use. he was able to ?at or drink without pain. Its use in the above-named disease will save many a child from a premature grave, and relieve the anx iety of many a fond parent For all affections of the ThroRt and Lungs, I believe it the best medicine ex tant. A feeling ol the deepest gratitude prompts me in addressing you those lines j bu' for your important discovery, my little boy would now have been iu an other world I ain yours with great respect, J. D PtfWKLi, Supt. Trans , L. R R. J. C. Ayrr. Rook IIh.i., Somerset Co , N J., July 21, 1862. oiR : Since your medicine lias become known here, It has a greator demand than i ny other cough roine dy we have ever sold. It is spoken of in terms or unmeasured praise by those who have used it, and I know of some oasos where the best tjiey can say of it is not too much for the good it hss done. I tskV pleasure in selling it, because I know that I am giv ing my customers the worth of their money, and 1 feel gratified in seeing the benefit it confers Please send me a further supply, and believe me Yours, with respect, John C. WaiTMK?. P. S. Almost any number of certificates can be sent wou, if yon wish it. Dr. J. C. Ayrr. Windsor, C W., Junr 26. 1862. Sir This may certify that I have usotiyour Chrr ry P, rtornl for upwards of one year, and it is my sin cere belief that I should have heen in my grave ore this time if I had not. It has cured me of a danger ous affection of the lungs, and I do not overstate iny convictions when I tell yon it is a priceless remedy Your*, very respectfully, D A McCui.i.in, Attorney at Law. J. C. Ayer. Prepared l>y J. C. AY ICR, (l.emist, Lewell, Maes. Seld In Wn.hlngten hy fc. D. UILYIAN. anri by all Drsul-nssil Isealen in IVIerfirlwe ever* where. aswimiviAMiiNK roR malic curat. WK have deposited with us. for sale, one of Avery's snperior Sewing Machines, and are aulhorited to dispose of the same as a great bargain. This ma chine is considered one of tho host now in use. We annex herewith the recommendation of some of the principal wholesale merchant tailors in New York city New York, July 30, 186.1. Wo, the undersigned, do hereby eertify that we have examined the " Aiwji Srwittg Mnrhitie," and cheerfully recommend it for its simplicity, durability, and especially for the peculiar stitch made by it. The stitch is original, and in appearance is like the most perfect and handsome "back-stitching" We have thoroughly tested the strength of tho sewing, and are satisfied that the stitch of this machine makes a btroni(rr ami firmrt tram than ni/i ht nuult hy h,nnl. We take nleasure in r?s unamending this Machine to our friends, and to tailor*, seamstresses, and families generally, throughout the country : Boughton .1 Knaptt, Wholesale Deslecs in Men's and Boy's Clothing. 19 Conrtlandt st. Look wood A DuBois, Merchant Tailors, 668 Broad way. H. A Gould A Co , Wholesale Dealers in Clothing, 221 Washington st ?J- Hall, Merchant Tailor, 663 Broadway. Dickson A I'ettus, Merchant Tailors, 623 Broadway Apply at the publication office of the Nihoiml lira, 7th street, opposite Odd Fellows' Hall March 2. LARD OIL, 4rAR AMD ADAMANTIMK CAH DLKK. NO. 1 Extra Lard Oil. well filtered and free from gelatine, manufactured for fine machinery, wool lens, and solar lamp* Star and Adamatine Candles, full weight and prime qnality, warranted to stand the climat* of California Australia, the Indira, arid Afrioa. ' Orders for any quantity executed promptly. Atmlv to THOMAS KMfcRY, Lard Oil, tWand Adamantine Mannfactarer, Cincinnati, O. HUGH CAMERON, DEALER in Book*, Periodical*, ituil Stationery, wholesale and retail, 3 Columbia Viuue, corner 7th *treet aud Louisiana avenue, Washington, D. 0. Jan. S?d ^ BUTTER AND BUCKWHEAT. GOSHEN Butter, *olocled from Delaware county Oniric* New York Mud Ponn*ylvania extra bulled Buckwheat, iu barrel*, bait'barrel*, and bag*. The beat Philadelphia butter in print*, ibr Lable una. Supplies received weekly, and any quantity deliver ed to order. SHEKELL A BAILEY. (Successor* to J. B. Kibbey A Co..) Jan. 2?dlwif No.5, opposite Centre Market. JOHN S. MANN, Attorney and counsellor at law, Couderaport, Potter county, Penn. Jan. 20. VISITERS TO THE METROPOLIS! PERSONS visiting Waaliington, and in want of Boot* or Sboea, are invited to call and examine my stock, which oompriaee a* good an aeaortuient of Ladle*,' Gentlemen'*, Boy*', Youth a, Miaaes, and Children'* Shoe*, a* can be found in the city. Prioea moderate. JOHN A. RUFF, Penn aveuue, Jan. 11. Between 4| and tlth *ta , Washington. CHARLES FRODSHAM'S IMPROVED CHRONOMETER WATCHES N plain and hunting cases, of every variety of style and aize. Ladle*' Watohe*, of new and olegaut style*, jual received from the manufactory of Charloa Prodahatn, 81 Strand, London. Alao, Watehc* front the moat celebrated London and Swi** maker*. Por *ale by 8. WILLARD, Jan. 2?d No. 9 Congre** street, Boston. .HAVANA CIGARS, >F the following choice branda : 8y va A Co.'* M. C., 1st, in 1-lOthi, La Philiinthropa. in l-4tha; La Ado asion, in 1-ltha; El Sol do Peuarvel, in l-4ths; Goorgo Washington, in l-5ths , , El Consolation, in 1-4ths; Ambrosia Londfes, 1st, 1 -lOtbs; Do. 2d, l-5tbs j El Etaeo, in 1-URhs ; La Cosmopolite in 1 6ths ; Maria Antoinette Londres Regalia, 1st, 1-lOths; Do. do, da. 2d, 1- lOtbs; Espaniola for le l'ronsado, in I-4th* ; 1 oaso " original" Victoria Londres, 6,000. Together with a line assortment of Chewing To bacco. SI1EKELL A BAILEY, (Successors to John B. Kibbey Jt Co..) Jan. 4?dtftif No. 5, opposite Centre Market. I O1 s SMOKED AND PICKLED SALMON. ELECTED No..l Salmon, "fresh smoked." No. 1 picklod Salmon in tiercua. Mesa Mackerel, very line, in 26 pound kitta. No. 1 Mackerel, in half bar rel* and 25 pound kill*. SHEKELL A BAILEY, ' (Successors to J. B. Kibbey A Co..) Jan. 2?dlwif No. 5, opposite Centre Market SUPERIOR ROSEWOOD, MAHOGANY, AND WALNUT FURNITURE, JUST recoived at WALL'S cheap House Furnish ing Warerooma, on Seventh street, opposite tho National Intelligencer office, among which may bo found? Rosewood, Mahogany, and Walnut Tote-a Tetc and Sofiu, in hair, cloth, and hrocatelle, in great vari ety* Easy Chairs, Arm Chairs, and Rockers to match; Maghogany, Walnut, French, and Cottage Bedsteads; Walnut and Mahogany Etageros; Cabinets and Whatnot*; Mahogany and Walnut inarhle-top and plain Bureaus; Mahogany, Walnut, and Maple Wardrobes; Feather Beds, hair and shuck Mattresses; Handsome gilt and Mahogany Mirrors; And a very large and general assortment of all kind* of good* necessary for furnishing, to which the attention of thoao furnishing is respectfully invited. Call and examine before purchasinK elsewhere. All of which will bo sold very low at WALL'S Houbo Furnishing Warerooms, on Seventh street, opposite Intelligencer office. Jan. 2?dlw SEGA IIS! SEGARST " I can't get a decent Segar in Washington IS a phrase hourly heard from strangers, in our city Without admitting or denying its truth, the sub scribor determined to remedy tho evil. To thia end, he haa made a list of every brand which any gentle man baa pronounced " the beat segar I ever smoked," and with thla document he h.u procured from the first importers in New York, a stock of those choice brands, and now offers them to the public. Every fumigator, who know* a good segar when he *iuella it, ia requested to c*ll and examine the stock. JOHN SESSFORD, ' Sign of Jiiu Crow, 7 door* east of National Hotel. Jan 2?3in BOOTS AND SHOES, For Laditt, Gentlemen, and Children. EDMONSTON. woat aido of 7th atreet. (nearly J? opposite Odd Follows' Hall,) manufactures to order, and keeps constantly on hand and tor aale, ev ery article in hia line, of au|>erior quality and at the lowest prices. The public aro thanked tor their past very liberal patronage, and aro assured that no pains shall be spared to inorit a continuanco of their favors. Jan. 13. COFFEE, TEAS, AND VARIETIES. OLD Government Java Coffee . Brown Java, in pocketa, Genuine Mocha, in half and quarter bales; Marncaibo and White Rio'Coffee; roasted and ground Coffee, roaated and gronnd in the District. Any of the above Coffees may be roaated and ground to order, at short notice Imperial, Gunpowder, Young Hyaon. and very fine Old Hyson Tea*; Oolong and Pouchong Black Teas; Souchong, or English Breaklaat Tea ; Wine, Lemon, and Fancy Cracker*, supplies reoeived weekly ; Engliah Dairy Cheese, ' imitation ; " Do. do. real geuuine, very rich; (loshen Cheese, plain; I'ine-apple Cbeose, Lewis Norton's best brands , Whole and fresh ground Siiicea, all kinds, Rice Flour, Oswego Corn Starch, and Farina ; Whoaton Grits and Small Hominy SHRKELL A ItAILEY, (Successors to John B. Kibbey A Co.,) Jan. 3?dAtif No 5, opposite Ceutre Market. ENGLISH AND AMERICAN PICK LBS, VND English Sauces, vis Gherkins Mixed, Pic ealilly, Chow Chow. Walnnt, Cauliflower, Eng lish, of both Crosse A Black well's and Ratty * export ation; Croat A Blackwoll'e celebrated Onion Pickles ; Mixed Mangoes, Martinas, Onions. Cauliflower. Red Cabbage, American ; Van Benachbten and Wella Provost, New York ; l*o A Porrin's celebrated Worcestershire Sance, in quarts, pints, and half pints, late importation. Also, John BuM'a.Mlarvoy. Reading. India Soy, Es aence of Anchovioe, and Lobster , Cruoso A Rlackwell's and Whybrow a Eng Mustard, Ijouis Frere'a French Mustard . English refined Table Salt, in jars. SHEKELL A BAII.EY,' (Sncceasor* to John II Kibbey A Co.,) Jan .1-dlwif No 5. opposite Centre Market. SCALE HADDOCK, WHITK FISH, DUN FISH NO I Haddock, in 25 lb. kill a and barrels; White Pisb, in 25 lb. kitts and barrels; l?un Fish, best quality j Urand Rank Codfish ; Scale Herring in boxes; No J Mackerel, large, in barrels; No. 2 dp. in halft and barrels. SIIRKKIiL A BAILKY, (Successors to .John It. Kibbey A Co..) Jan. 2?dlwif No 5, opposite Centre Market. WRITING ACADEMY. TRACY A WILLIAM#, late Profoswrsof penman, ship at Duffs College, Pittsburgh, have taken rooms in Washington Plnce. 7th street, opposite the Post Office. Tor the purpose of giving l<essons and Lec tures to ladies nnd gentlemen in this elegant apd use ful Art. Their specimens comprise every style, Itoth plain and ornamental; their recommendations are numerous, am) from some of the best men in the eountry; and thoir system of teaching has been uni versally lauded l?v the Press of Ohio, Pennsylvania, i and New York hey rospoctfully solicit a visit from the eitisons of Washington and vicinity, which will besnfllc ent to convince them that Tracy \ }Vi//i,ims have no superiors as business or ornamental penmen. Tisus ? $5 for 20 lessons. Improvement guar an tied to all. Visitihh Car^s, written in an vnequalfed style, for f 2 per pack. Keb. 4?d ~FOR THE SPRING TRADE. BRRRRS NEW YORK HATS for the spring of 1854. The second supply of the above elegant Hats this day receivod at STKVRNS'fi March 7. Sales Room, Brown's Hotel. FOR THE SPRINO TRAOkT . j SHIRTS in every variety of style and quality. Gan ; tleinan in want of a good-fttling shirt can be suit Id in style, quality, and price, at 8TRVRNS S March 7. Sales Room, Brown s Hotel. ' tt!uAUN'* UilK m. Tlu) best article ever u?ed, as IiundredH can testify iu ibi* city ami surrounding country. Read! OIL MAN'S LIQUID HAIR DYE imtuutatuoHrfychang es the hair to a l^illiaut jot Htark or glossy llruwii, which is yrrm tui iU- - doc* not stain or iu any way in jure the skin. No article over yut invented whicli will compare with it. We would advise all who havo gray hair* to buy it, for it iwv+r fuilt,? Livttuii Putt. I. 1). OI LMAN, Chemist, Washington city, Invent or and Solo Proprietor. For Halo by Druggist*. Hair-Drears, and Dealers iu Fancy Ai tide*, throughout the United Slater. CAMERON'S GENERAL AOKNCY and Insurance Office, 3 Co lumbia Place, (2 doors north of Louisiana ave uue,) Seventh street, (east side,) Washington. D. C. Claims before Congress and tbo different Depart ments. Jan. 3? d 8ggyANT WANTED. C10OD Wages will be paid to a colored woman coin T petent to do tho work of a small family Inquire over Mr. Kdiuonston's Hboe Store, 7th street, near E. Jan. .J U-ii EZRA C. SEAMAN, ATTORNEY and Counsellor at Law, Detroit, Mich igan, will practice in the State aud United Status Courts, attend to securing and oolleoting debts, and to investigating titles to lands in any part of the State of Michigan. , Jan tt-d ? DUTCH CHEESE?DUTCH HERRINGS. GENU INE " Edam " Cheese, in eases of 2 dozen each, in prime order. Genuine Dutch herrings, iu small kegs, iu good order. S11EKELL A BAILEY, (Successors to J. U. Kihbey A Co.,) Jan. 2?drttif No. 6, opposite Centre Market D. CAMPBELL, SADDLER, Harness, and Trunk Maker, Pennsyl. vania avenue, a few doors cost of the National Hotel, City of Wttshington. Jan. 2?3m N EVV YEA R'S PRESEN I S AT SHI LM N(i TON'S BOOKSTORE. ANNUALS of the most splendid binding. Elegant editions of the Poets. A beautiful assortment of Juvenile Rooks, Episco pal and Catholic Prayer Rooks, Toy Rooks, Portfo lios, Portmonnaies, Albums, and everything in the fanoy stationery line, for sale at SHILLINGTON'S BOOKSTORE, Odoon Buildings, eor. 4 j st. and Pennsylvania av. Jan. 2?3w ANOTHER NEW BOOK, l)y the Author of the " Widt, Wide World? / 1ARLKRINKEN : his Christmas Stockings. Beau tifully illustrated. Price, 76 cents ; gilt, $1.25. The Bow in tho Cloud ; or, Covenant Mercy for the Affliotod. Numerous engravings. Price, $3.54) Olad Tidings ; or, The Oospel of Peace. Price, 63 cU. Popular Legonds of Brittany. Illustrated. Price, 75 oenU. Spiritual Progress; or, Instructions in the Divine Life of the Soul. From the French of Ft5n<Ion and Madame Guy on. Price, 75 cents. Tho Old and the New ; or, The Changes of Thirty Years in the East. By Win. Ooodell. Price, $1.25. Old Sights with New Eyes. Price, $1. Conversion: Its Theory and Process. By Rev. T. Spencer. Price, $1 25. Autobiography of Rev. J. B. Finley; or, Pioneer Life in the West. Price, $1. Christ in History ; or, The Central Power among Men. By Robert Turnbull, D. D. Price, $1.25. GRAY A BALLANTYNE, 7th *t.,~ - Jan 4?d2 2 doors above Odd Fellows'Hall RELIGIOUS HOOK DEPOSITORY. GRAY A BALLANTYNE, Seventh street, two doors above Odd Fellows' Hall, have tho only Depository in this city of the publications of tho Ainorican Bible Society; Methodist Book Concern; Robert Carter A Brothers; Presbyterian Board; American Tract Society; Evangelical Knowledge Society; American Sunday School Union; New England and Massachusetts Sabbath School So cieties ; and all tho principal Roligioui Publishers. It ii thorefore apparent that their stock ol Stand ard Theological Works and general Religious Litora ture'muft be unequalled. They always keep an extensive assortment of all the Hymns used in the different churches, family and pocket Bible* and Prayer Book*, in plain and superb bindings Attractive and choice Juveniles, embracing nearly all of the most useful and entertaining Books for tho young, puhlishod. School Books, of all the kinds wed in the city and country schools, at New York prices Blank Books, Staple and Fancy Stationery. Pocket Knives, Portmonnaies, Portfolio*. Writing Desks, Ac. - Jan. 2?d CHINA, CHINA, CHINA~ CS. FOWLER A CO. (store in Odd Fellows Hall, ? 7th street) have juat completed opening a large assortuientofCHINA.QURENSWARE. and OLASS, making their stock at this time equal to any in the country ; consisting in part as follows, vii: Dororated gold hand and plain white French China Dinner, Doaert, Tea, and Broakfast Set.", snd de tached pieces, such as Fruit Baskets, Compotiers, Casseroles, ornamonts for dining tables, and Punch Bowls. India China, in dinner and tea sets, and dotaohed pieces. Iron Stone China, deoorated, flowing blue, and white dinner, tea. breakfast, and toilet sets, and detach od pieces, in evory pattern and shape. Also, in great variety? Dresden, Terra-cotta, Parian, and French China; Yoses. Card Receivers, Jewel Stands , Candlesticks, Motto Cups and Sauccrs; Mugs, Pitchers, Ac. ULASSWARK, rich cut and engraved. Crystal straw, stem, and Pressed (Ivblets; Champagne* Wines, Cordial*, and Tumblers; Finger Bowls. Water Bottles, Spoon Holders; Toilet Bottles, Cologne Bottles. Olobcs; Lamps, rich and plain Decanters, Cot and iiressod Bowl*, and silvered Bowls; Solar, Ethorial, Hall, and Side Lamps; Candelabra*. Oirandolo*. rich and plnin Castor*, Britannia Coffee Urns, Tea Set*, covered and un covered ; Pitchers. Punch and Molame* Pitcher*; Fine Cutlery and Alhata Fork*, Spoons, Ac . of tho most approved and latest pattern' Also, Block Tin Coffee Urn*. Biggins. Teapots Plate Warmers, Egg Boilers, Ac. With an endlcess variety of good? not namod, which we respectfally invite strangers and citizen* to call and examine before purchasing elsewhere Storekeeper* and country merchants will And it to their advantage to buy of as, as our facilities are equal to any other importing house in the United States, and we art- determined to sell as low. N B floods carefully put up for the conntry by an experienced packer, and delivered free of charge in any part of the city. Jan. 2?dtf J. F. ASPER, \ TTORNEY AT LAW, Warren, Trumbull eo , 0. I\ Office No. 6} Market *treet. Jan. 7?d henry"JANNEY, SHOE DEALER, and Fashionable Boot Maker, Pennsylvania Avenuo, between Browns Hotel and 8evehth street, Washington. Jan 2?Sm REMOVAL! HENRY JANNEY'? Boot and Shoe Store and Manufactory, for tho last ten years located on Sth street, near the Ocnerul Post tMntt, was removed to Pennsylvania Avenue, between Browns Hotel and 7th street, where the proprietor lis* sparod no pains or oxpenso in fitting up ?n establishment commensu rate with the groat increase in the business of the house. The suheoriber tenders hi* most cordial and grate fill acknowledgments to his friend* and patrom for their long-continued favors, and will be pleased to meet them in his new bouse , 1 havo a very well assorted stock of Roots and Shoos, of French, New York, Eastern, and ?ny own make, embracing every style and variety, to which I invito tho attention or members of Congress, and citi *ens generally. HENRY JANNEY. iHsno. av., north side, between Brown*' Hotel Jan. 2 and 7th st., third door from the latter. Prom the I Jutted Stiite.t At gut. To those persons who may visit Washington, and are in want of a boot that cannot be excelled, either in quality or workmanship, we would eall their atten tion to the card of Honry Jannev, to be found under the head of " Washington." A handsome and neat ly-made boot i* not at all times a source of pleasure t? the wearer, hut often one of extreme torture; this I* rained by the bungling manner in which tho hoot is fitted to the foot. Mr. Janney has devoted much of hi* time in studying the construction of the human foot, in order to ascertain how a'boot shonld be cut snd fitted. that will be perfectly easy to all parts of the foot. In thi* he ha* succeeded, so that it mat tors not what may ho the shape of. or the number of corn* on the foot, hi* hoot i* perfectly easy Thus he ha* combined beauty with comfort K. MATT1NGLY, HAT, Cap ?? I Misses' Flat Manufacturer, Mo. 7 Washington Place,7th street, betwoeu 1> anil E, Washington, i>. C. Jan. 2. NKw GOODS. 1 )A1(KER, at his P?-rfuiut>ry and Fancy Store, un I Jer tbo National Hotel, Pa. avenue, ia juat open ing a new and complete stock of (Joods, conaialing. in part, of - (1 LOVES, Ladiea and Oent'a Paria K>d (Jlovoa, all aizos ami col or* PERFUMERY. Extracts,from thebouaea of Lubin and Provost, Paria, and llarriaon, Philadelphia, Orntiiue Qeruian Cologne, Pomatum, Hueuf Marrow , Cold Cream, Miu-iwaar Oil, W. I Bay Hum; Low a Brown Windsor Soap, Cleaver's lloney Soap; Lubin's Koaennd Muak Soups; Tuylor'a Transparent Balla, Ac., Ac. BRUSHES English, French, and American Hair Brushes, in one hundred differont patterns, 1, 2, 3, 4, and & row Tooth Bruahea, London made, for our sales expressly, Nail and Cloth Bruahea, Ac., Ac , Ac. COMBS. Tuck Combs, latest Paria atylea; Shell, Buffalo, Eugliab cold pressed Horn and India Rubber Dressing Combs; John Fen a premium ivory fine teoth Comba, and Pocket Comba. FOB. SUA VINO. Ouerlain'a, Kouaael'a, and Harrison aShaving Cream; Military Cakea, and all other Shaving Soapa; Badger a hair Shaving Bruahea, vory auperior. PARKER'S PREMIUM RAZOR STROP. WASUiNUToN/ilfarrA 12, 1840. We, the undersigned, having fairly teated l'arker'a Metallic Razor Strop Powder, to which the Maryland Inatitute haa awarded a premium, take great pleaauro in certifying that it will keep the Rator in line, awooth shaving order, without the uae of hone. J. Macphkrso.n Ukrkien, D. S Senator. W. W. Seaton, Mayor of Washington. W. S. Akchkk, House of Roproaentatives Rev. T. M. I'kask, Waahington City. Thomas J. Rusk, U. Statea Senator. Hiram Walbridge, Esq, New York city. RAZORS. Wade A Butcher'a, of our own importation; Tally-Ilo, from 25 cents to $1.25 each. Razors imported to ordor, and all warranted. Jan. 2 --d NKW AND ELEGANT SILKS, EMBKCI DERIES, CLOAKS, &c. T1IE aubacribera beg leave respectfully to invite the attention of tho ladica of the oity and vicini ty to the following now and rich (Jooda, which have juat been receive*viz : 50 dreaaea extra rich Brocade Silks, for evenings 75 do. do. do. street; 25 do. do. Moru antique, watered; 15 do. do. Moru antique, brocade; 10 do. do. black Brocade Silk; 12 do. do. tlounced Brocade Silks; 10 pieces light colored plain Poult do Soie ; 25 do. very rich plaid Silka ; 25 do. Silk Illusions, for party Jreaaes, all col's; 30 do. watorrd and plain real lriah Poplina; 150 new stylo Paris-triinined Chemisettes A Sleeves, |fc> in seta. 250 do. French embroidered Collar*; 50 do. French embroidered cambric Chemi settes anil Sleeves, in seta ; 75 French embroidered Chemisettes and Sleeves, trimmed with Maltese. Honiton, and 'Valen ciennes Laces, very cheap, 150 pairs embroidered muslin and cambric Sleevea, 250 French embroidered Hanrik'fs a great variety; 300 pieces English and French Thread Laces; 25 velvet Cloaks, latest style ; 25 embroidered cloth Cloaks, latest style; 25 plain and trimmed cloth Cloaks , 50 small Persian Scarfs, for the neck ; 50 long Caahmere Shawla; 25 richly-embroidered white crape Shawls; Together with a great variety of new .and elegant articlca appropriate to'tho season ; all of which we aro enabled to offer at reduced prices, having taken advantage t?t' the advanced season to make our pur chases (Jan. J.| HOOK, BROTHER, A CO. ORANGE and ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. CHANUS or HOURS. ON and after Thursday, October 6, 1853, daily trains (Sundays ex epted) will be run over this road, agreeably to the following arrangement: A train f>r Warren ton and intermediate points will leave the station, corner of Duke and Henry stroets, Alexandria, at 8$ o'clock A. M.; arrives at 11 A. M. Returning, will leave Warrenton at a quarter pas. I o'clock P. M., arriving in Alexandria at a quarter before 4 P. M. A train fruui Culpeper to Alexandria and intorme diate points will loavo Culpeper at 7 J o'clock A. M., arriving in Alexandria at 10 J o'cl >ck A M. Returning, will leave Alexandria at 1} o'elock P. M , arriving in Culpeper at 4} o'clock. A daily stage ia running between Oordonsvillii and Culpeper, In connection with the cara on thia and the Yi gioia Central Roads Through TtcLrtt. To flordonsvllie $4.50 To Staunton ..... 7.60' To Lynchburg .... 7 00 To Winchester 4.00 Per order W B. BROCKETT, Jan 7?d ? Agent REGULAR LINE. NEW YOKK. Alexandria, Wa;<hicgti>n, *nd Uoorgo (own Packets Schooner Fairfax?C. Penfie'd, uias'er Do. Empire? Rufus Knapp, muter I>o. State?man?J D Cathcll. master Do. Washington?J Kendrick, master Do. Smatnr?'W. Kiroy, master Do. Hamilton ?A Dayton, master Do. Arlington?H. Lewis, matter. Do. Arctic?George Wi'son, master. The abore packets baring resumed their woekly tripe, ship)>er* are notified that one of them will pos itively clear from New York on every Saturday, (or oftener if necessary,) and that this punctuality may he depended upon during the year, until interrupted hyice. STUROES, CLKARMAN. A CO., 110 Wall street, New York 8. SHIKN A SON, Alexandria. Jan. 7?d F A A. II. DODGE, Georgetown to the Consumers of dry goods, Wko Seek their Supplies in our Mar kit. ONE PRICE ONLY. We are now in tar NEW STOKE, which was erected expressly for us. We think it the most comfortable and be*t lighted store room in the city ; and with increased room, facilities, and oxporionce, deemed quite ample, we shall dedl largely in FIlRKIfiN AID DDHMTIC DRY (illliDS, of every style, all of the best qualities, and for which we shall have nur price only. We shall nell cheaper than w? ever have done; and in having one price only (which, in our opinion, is thoonly fair and equitable way of doing business) we shall maintain our self-respect, which is above all price or success Moreover, we expect to retain all the trade of those prompt customer* who have made their purchases of us for some years past, and doubt less wn shall have a large accession of new customers, who prefer to buy whore one f'utr prirt only it ntlnl We feel that our simple word is requisite only to satisfy onr former customers that the one price sy* tem is the correct one, and to their advantngc. and i we do not hesitate to assert our belief that all candid and intelligent persons will, after an impartial exam ination of prices, fabric, and stylos, giro a one price store the preference. Those who are not judge* of goods cannot fail to lie impressod lit onco with the manifold and vast advantages to the purchaser re sulting from the adoption in row! faith of the on> /irirr H/stem : if necessarily insures low prices to the purchaser, f.>r if becomes absolutely necessary to meet ?t the start all com|>etition that can ho offered in* I prico*. Our scale of price* will bo so low. and the profits so small, that we cannot and will not sell but for the rnth or to customers who fay promptly. For those who purchase very laiRfly, or to sell again, reduc tions will bo made. The public are cordially and most respectfully in vitod to call at all timeajind examine our stock PERRY A BROTHER, "Central Stoma, ' Jan 2 ? d (Op. Centre .Market,) Washington City. AGENCY FOR ALL THE MAGAZINES, AT SH1LLINGTON S BOOKSTORE Harper'* Magatine, Putnam's Magazine. Graham s Magatine, Hunt s Merchant's Magat Godey's Lady l Book. Eclectic Magatine, Illustrated Magat of Art, Knickerbocker Magatine, Arthur's Magatine, Dickens Household Words, Historical Educator, Liftell's Living Age, Ladies Nat Magatine. London Punch, London Illustrated News. Blackwood's Magatine Also, the reprint of all the Foreign Reviews, com prising the London Quarterly, Westminster, Edin burgh, and North British. All the Lite'ary Newspapers published in Phila delphia, New York, and Boston ; also, all the New Books, received as fast as pnhliabed. A very eompleto and varied assortment of Ano noto and letter Paper, camprising all the most boautiful qualities and sites in general use A large assortment of Blank Book*, for salo af JOE SHILLINGTON 9 BOOKSTORE, Odeon Building, cor at and Pa avonue Jan 2 Ml A OHAKM1NU HOOK. LATELY published, in one beautifully ornamented volume, 4to, Stor m for Alico By a Mother. With lour exquisite designs printed in three tint*. Cloth, 75eenu; or richly eolorud, #1 ; and with gilt aide* and edgo*, $12it. This new book for children is wrillon by a lady, daughter of ouo of our uitst outer prism# and proiui uuut merchant*, who baa loug been known a* a writer of vory attractive powers by a largo circle of friend* in tiiix city, amongst wbom her poem* bitve oireula ted iu uiouuseripi. At tbeir urgeut request, she ha* given theiu to the public in this beau iful volume, and we tool sure every young person into wboae handa it may fall will bo u* delighted aud charinod a* the many who have already obtained it. While bo pleasant a treat and to improving a book can be af forded to ohildren, no parent ihould longer let them be without it. I Lately published?Little Suay'a Sis Birthday*; Flower of the Fynily ; Week'a Delight; Mary and Floience; Leila on the Island; Leila at Home, Leila iu England ; The Wind Spirit and the Hain Goddess ; Lcgenda of Brittany ; aud rnNny other new b oka for ohildren, at HAZARD 8, Feb. 27. 178 Chestnut it. opposite Masonic Hall. BAUUN'ft MKHCAN1ILK I OI.Ltd K, Northwest corner of Sixth and Walnut streets, Cincinnati, Ohio. THE undersigned has removed his Mercantile Col lege to hM new building, northwest cornor of Walnut and Sixth streets, where he has fitted up a splendid suite of rooms, expressly for bis business? having spared neither pains nor expense in making them in every respect the mott convenient and pleas ant school rooms in the United States. The plan adopted in teaching oombines practice with theory ; instead of uiing books, the pupils are exercised in making original entries of every day business transactions Journalising, posting, balan cing accounts, opening and closing of a great variety of different seU of books, both for partnership and individual business, where the business has been prosperous and adverse; and thus qualifying the stu dent fur entering into the practical dutiis of the ac countant, iu any kind of business. The course of instruction will consist of Double entry Book-keeping, embracing every department of trade and mercantile acoounts, vis: Wholesale, Re tail, Commission, Exchange, Banking, Manufactur ing, Shipping, Individual, Partnership, Stearnboating, and Compound Co. Business. Commercial Calcula tions, Practical Penmanship, and Lectures on Com mercial Law ; also. Lectures on the Scieuce of Ac oounts, Custom of Merchants, eto. In addition to the regular course of study, the un dersigned has made arraogements with Henry Snow, Esq, lion. Bellamy Storer, Piof C. W. Wright, and other eminent lecturors, to deliver a course of Lec tures on the subjects of Commercial Law, History of Commerce, Political Economy as connected with commerce, and other subjects of great importance in a commercial point of view, and never before intro duced in any Mercantile College in the United States. Pupils are instructed individually, and not in class es ; sor that students may euter at any time, and pro ceed in the ratio of their ca|>acity and assiduity. Public examinations are bad, (though pupils are examined privately, if they (totire it,) when the ?In dent undergoes rigid an thorough interrogations by tho Prino pal, (assisted by a oouiuiittoe ol Practical Acoountanu and business men,) and Diplomas award ed to those who are deemed werthy of them. I A oourse can be completed in from six to ten weeks. The Principal will take pleasure in doing every thing in bis power to advance hi* students, and make them thorough and accomplished accountants;' and his extensive acquaintance with the business commu nity will generally enai le him to procure situations for those desirous of obtaining them. Tkk.ms : For a full course el lessons in Book-keep ing, Writing, Commeicial Calculations, Commercial Law, etc., (40. Fob 27 R- S. BACON, Prinoipal. From the Cincinnati Eiii/uirer of Marrh 12, 1853. Bacon's Mehcantilk Collkgk.?The examina tion of the students in Book-keeping exhibited a de gree of proficiency on their part highly creditable to themselves and Mr. Bicon thoir instructor Tho most difficult problems in Double Entry were as rapidly solved as the must simple, giving ample proof to the audience that the inforinat on imparted during the sessiou would be of practical benefit. From the Cinrinnati Daily Gazette. % The various complex quostions proposed by the Principal and other gentlemen present were answered with great promptitude aad conciseness, which reflect* great credit upon the course of study pursued at this institution. From th* Cincinnati Daily Time*. Mr. Bacon s school is in a flourishing condition, and tho patronage extended it is a high compliment to the thorough mercantile education there imparted. From the Chilltratke Ancient Metropolis of May 8, 1853. Mr Bacon is tinrivallod as a teacher?a diploma from his College, in Cincinnati, is required as a fine yaa *ou in obtaining situations in the best mercan tile houses in large cities. From the Cincinnati Gazette, Nov. 8. 1853 Mr. Bacon has constructed the upper portion of his building oxproesly for the purposes or his College, and, without any doubt, it is the moat complete ar rangement of the kind in the United States. From the Cinrinnati Bnfuirwr. This whole institution is undoul^edly the most ele gant and finished establishment, for its purposes, in the world. A RirORMATMHY FAPKK FOK CHILIIRM. THE JUVENILE INSTRUCTOR Edited by Untie Luciu*, Syratute, N. Y. THE want of a paper for ohildren, of a reformatory character, has long been felt The juvenile pa i pers of our land do not meet the demand* of thocom munity. H>ey please tho oye and interest the reader, but do not instruct and enlighten the mind with ret erence to the great sins of the day. Rolormers' The ! Juvenile Instructor is intended to meet this demand, i It Is the paper for children?for Sabbath schools and Day schools. The Instructor I* published every other week, or twenty-six numbers per year. A new volume coin , mences January 5, 1854. A Corre*ponding Editor ha* lieen secured Her writing* for children are al ready known and aduiired by many Illu*tration* will be given in every number. No reasonable ex p?n*ewill be *|>arod to make it attractive Five thou sand subscriber* were added la*t year Our Terms?invariably in advanr*. \ For single copies $0 55 Five to one person - - - - 100 Ten to one perion ? ? - ? 1.70 Twenty do. |3 00? postage paid - 3 M Thirty do. 4 20 do. ? 5(14 Forty do. 5.40 do. - 7 32 Fifty do. 0 00 do. - 8 40 | One hundred do. 12 00 do. ? 10 80 This is oaly ttcrlve rent* a copy, where fifty copies are taken ; which i* a* cheap as any other children's paper in the country, and cheaper than many of them. Address LUCIUS C MATLACK, Syracuse, N T P. S. Specimen numbers sent, free of charge, Jan. 7? 2m K. I>. vt VHKV, >1. !?., W . H MI MKV, >1 I? OURGEONS and Physicians, No 70 West Seventh O street, (near Vine street.) Cincinnati Jan 10 NOR CROW* PUNINfl >i u in \ i MY Rotary Planing Machine ha* just been decid d not to infringe the Woodworth Machine, by the Supreme Court of the United States, and I am now prepared to sell rights to use in all ^arts of the United States This Machine gives universal tatisfactinn. It obtained a Medal hr.th in New York and Boston, over the Woodworth Machine, after a trial of throe week* N a NOKCROSH hotrell, Feb 14, ISM. PATtm ZC BOBBINS, Attorney for Procuring and De ? fending Patent*, Washington. D. 0 . make* Ex amination* at the Patent Office, prepares I>rawing? and Papers for Applicants for Patents, and can be nonsuited on all matters relating to the Patent Law* and decisions in this and other countries He alse continue* to devote especial attention to arguing rejected applications before the Commissioner of Pa tents, in which line of practice he has succeeded in procuring a great number of valuable patents. Ill* tee for an examination at the Patent Office is five dol lars ; for other service* the charge will be reasonable Reference can be mode to member* of Congress, or to hose for whom Mr R has transacted business during hs r>**t nin? veers Am tfr* sr>* PIANim AT URKAT HARM A IN*. T GILBERT A CO'8 celebrated Piano Fortes, ? with or without the iftolion ?The *ubscriber, who is sole agent in this city for the sale of these in struments, (the reputation of which has become world wide,) is prepared to offer them at prices which, to those wishing to purchase, cannot fail to be satisfac tory. Possessing facilities for obtaining Pianos un surpassed by those of any other house in the cite, be does not hesitate to say that he can present induce ments to buyers not to be found elsewhere He has constantly on hand an extensive assortment of sec ond-band Pianoa, at bargains, which he feerlesrly as serts will defy competition Also, elegsnt upright, grand, and Boudoir Piano*; superior Melodeons, made by D A 11 W Smith ; Martin s Guitars, and Brown's Harpe. Second-hand Pianos, nearly equal to now, at prices from $100 to 1200 HORACE WATERS, 333 Broadway, New York, Extensive publisher of Music, and dealer in Mu * cal Instrument* The trade, teachers, and semina ries, supplied on the most favorable terms Music sent postage free Feb X. . WORMS. COT1 As thin in the He axon of the y?ar when wonts are moat formidable among children, the proprietors of MeLaue's Vermifugu bog leavo to call the atteii ? # lion of parunts to its virtues for the expelling of those annoying and often faal enemies of children. It was invented by a physician of (real experience iu Virginia, who, after having used it lor several yeais iti' his own practice, and found its sucoerii so univer sal, was induced at last to offer it to the public oa a cheap but certain and excellent uiedicino. It lias finoe become justly popular throughout tbo United States, as tho most efficient Vermifuge ever krone j and the demand has been steaaiiy on the increase since its first introduction to the public. KJ- Purchasers will please be careful to ask for DH. MoLASK'S CELEBRATED VERMIPUGE, and take none else. AU other Vermifuges, in com parison, ara worthless. Dr. McLane's genuine Ver mifuge, also his celebrated Liver Pills, can now be had at all respectable Drag Stores in the United States and Canada. A WARNJNG TO THE tVBblC. YI7 IIKREAS ANNIE TAYLOR, a youtg mulatto V V girl, aged nine years, once my property, hot re cently manumitted by mo, and latoly iu the servicc < f J. L. Henshaw, Esq , has disappeared from her friend* , and whereas it is supposed that she has been carried off, or secreted to be sold, all persons (Tfo hereby warned against purchasing Annie Taylor ; or, if a sale of the girl has been hastily effectud, tho purcha ser is heieby advised to lake immediate steps towards the recovery of the purchase mono*. March 22 ISM MA DEN SWUTH WORTH. WIT. fKWPM r lYATK'i CUttl,. Binghamtoii, Broonu county, Hew York THIS Rotreat for the Sick cont nues with increas ing prosperity. By recent enlargements, we ore now prepared to acootnmodate 100 patients, and can say with confidence that our present arrangements arc not excelled by any similar institution in the country. For beauty of location, purity of water, rowing at d sailing privileges, and mountain walks, our "Cuia" is ui,mailtd. A large O^iinatiuiu has just been completed, with Ball Alleys, and all the necetsuiy fixtures for physical exercises. The Medical Department is under the entire core of Dr. Thjyer and wife, whocu lnrgo expoiience in Hydropathic practice, thorough knowledgo of disease, and the succers whioh has atterded their efforts, aie conclusive evidences of their skill in relieving tfce wants of the " invalid." Ladies arc under the imme diate charge of Mrs. Thayer. Tkbmh?-From $5 to $8 per week, payable weekly. H. M Rannkv, Proprietor. ' 0. V. Thaykh, M. D , I v A . . . Mrs. H. H That**, j Re?'dent Phy.wnans March 20?3m THK PffOPLKfi PATBCMT OFFICE THIS well-known Establishment is still carried on under the personal superintendence of its found er, ALFRED E. BEACH, by whom all the necessaiy ?drawings, specifications, and documents for Patent"), Caveats, Designs, Foreign Pateuts, Ac , are prepared with the utmost fidelity and despatch, on very mod erate terms. Persons wishing for advice relative to Patents or Inventions, may at all times consult tho undersigned, without charge, either personally at his office, or *>y letter. To those living at a distance, he would state that all the noedful steps necessary to secure a Patesit can be arranged by lottor, just as well as if tho party were present, and the expense of a journey be th?:s saved. When parties wish to be informed as to tie probability of being onabled to obtain Patent , it will be necessary for them to forward by mail a rot'gh outline sketch and description of'the invention. JSo fee or charge is mudo lor Mich examinations. All consultations and business strictly private and confidential. Models from a distance may be sent by express, t r otherwise. For further information, apply to, or address, po&t paid, ALFRED E. BEACH, Solicitor of American and Foreign Patents. Peoples Patent Office, 8ft Natum it., JVste York. THE INDUSTRIOUS POOR CAN now buy, for $1. in a nice volume, all the following Arts, Receipts, and Discoveries, vis: Dow's 70, Weston's 58, Bowman's 33, Cook's, HoltV, Bishop's, Shipnian s, and 30 others, whioh I have gone to the expense of purchasing and printing. Cor the benefit of those wishing em,loyment. One of these receipts alone cost me $10, and others havo been advertised as yielding $6 and $12 per day, and from 500 to 1,000 per cent Address, post paid, M J. COOK. March 18? 4tw Crawfordsville. Indiana. M. SNYDER, BANKER and Exchango Broker. National Hotel Building, Pennsylvania avenue, Washington city. D. C. Jan. 11. BEEBE'S NEW YORK HATS. SPRINO Fashion lor HM, with other now and beautiful style A full assortment in store at LANE'S Fashionable Hat, Cap. and Gents Furnishing Establishment, March 8. Penn. av , near A J street ALBERT ? BROWNE, C- OMMISSION MERCHANT, ar.d Agent of tke RosUn Heinti Manufacturing Company. Oanj. t ; of Rigging, and Manilla'Cordage , American, Russiu, and Manilla llemp, for sale Jan. ft?d3m No. 152 Commercial at., Boston w ALDKN'S CREAM COFFKE, PREPARED from pure .Java entree, froin which a cup of Clarified Cnffuo, awoetened and creaiund, can l>c mads in un* mmutt, by dissolving it in Im f, water. For sale by SiiKKKLL A KAILKY, (Succemora to J. D. Kibbey A Co.,) Jan. 4?dfit No. 5, opposite Centra Market NED DOWH * , ONE HUNDRED WaY8 TO MAKE M0N1.V, consisting of new discoveries, valuable ii.formi, tion, and 10(1 Receipt*, by which jsiraona have cleai ed from throe to ton dollar* a day the pant year, no i no one can fail to natc money. It is suitably for ev ery station in life, whether for travelling or a per mi ? nent locality, and something every nru. hanic, trader, and druggist, should have. Upon the receipt of ceo dollar, port paid, the above will be forwarded. Ad dro? M EI>WARD DOW, March IX. Boeton. Massachusetts. ROOK AflK>T1 W.tKTKO, TO circulato in every connty in the Union mo most rapid Drlhng, |Mipular. and beautifally II lastratod subscription bonk*. A ?mail caah capital required Apply to HENRY HOWE. Ill Main MftO, Cincinnati, <?hio Fab. 1<1. Russia HDii the Kastrrn Question. BT KICHAHD COBDtN. EM) , M. P. TITH an introduction by an American Cititrti. A timely work Price 2f> cents Published by JOHN P. JEWETT * CO Mareh 10. ~^av~aLA?ii ? nut OUHI UrABLilH VIRMT. riAHE above Establishment continues in aucoessM I operation during the winter as well as lutnnir. The number of patient* treated at the Establishment baa been on the increase from year to year, for tie pant six y'ara until the laat season, when the de mands of the public far exceeded oar porter to me commodate th< in The increasing rapidity and pro portion of cures, from year to year, indnree the sul seriher to believe that his enlarged experience ?nJ opportunities for treatment give facilities to the inva lid rarely equalled Diaeaaea peculiar to female* are treated with a suc cess and rmpMtf of cure believed to be surpassed by none. |Dec 8 | T T SKEf.YE M. D. All-AND MOKK-TOOVTIIfcR'? JUST PUBLISHED, in one handy volume, #//tb<*e popular way* of making money, which have ela(fe el ao much attention the pnst yrar, vi? CTvt ^ '?* liaroton'i, Bowmin'i, Im- Sbriner's. Dr Xaupi's, H. II Harnan, Dt Reese?, II S. Holt s, Sbiproan * Co,'* H. 1' Ch?rry's M I Cook'a. (1 O. Anderaon'a. All of theae have "been aold, warranted to yield my heH\y profits, from $:? to ? 10 per day All togatl ar, though, it ia beyond doubt certain that one, two, ?.? throe ot tbe'ui will auit the wishes of each personlook ing ont (or som< liberally paying business, and thtia yield correspondingly double or treble profit* 1 o theae have been added a number of mtv plant, never before published, and orjual. if Rot superior, to the best of the above, and suited to tho wanta of any alo might possibly ha unsuitud in tho fliat-mentioned The work ia rnmp'ete Satisfaction ia guarantied. Tho whole will be sent to ail enclosing (tl, postpaid, to L. M. E Cooke, Hageratown, Md. For fft, 0 copi.* j 1.1 copies, % 10. , Feb 3-St BARD JkN*rilJtO?. Manufacturers of gold pens, of ev?y , description, rcspoctfully rail the attention ot the public and Pen Dealers to their recently patented " ANOUI.AR NIB " Hold Pen# These pons are >1*. noonred by competentjudgs* to be superior to any other now entant For sale at tho manufactory, northeast coiner nf Market and Third streeta Phila delphia. 1 J,n "?