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tional, 1 emperance, &c., Societies, Fire and Mi
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"AJD AND COMFORT."
TO THE ENEMY.
POLK'S PASS TO SANTA ANNA.
The Commander of our Naval forces in the
Gulf is hereby directed not to obstruct the pas
eage of Gon. Antonia Lopez de Santa Anna
and suite to Mexico should he desire to return
JAMESK. POLK.
May 15, 184b.
Polk's admission of having granted the puss.
"When orders were issued to the Comman
der of our Naval forces in the Gulf, on the 15th
day of May last, only two days alter the exis
tence of the war had been recognized by Con
gress, to place the coast ol Mexico under
blockade, he wan directed not to obstruct the pas
sage of Santa Anna to Mexico should he return.
Folk's Annual Message to Co tigress, Deo. 7, '46.
It remains to be seen whether his return may
not yet prove favorable to a pacific adjustment
ol existing difficulties.?Ibid.
? ? IVluit has been seen.
Battle or Monterev.?September 21, 22
23, 1846.?three days hard lighting between
Gen. Zachary Taylor with three thousand men,
and Gen. Ampudia with twelve thousand'
men, resulting in the capitulation of the City
?loss of the Americans iu killed and wound
ed?Five Hundred!
Battle or Buena Vista.?February 22d
23d, between Gen. Zachary Taylor with five
thousand volunteers, and Santu Anna com
tnanding a Mexican force of twenty thousand
tiutn?resulting in the total overthrow of the
enemy?loss of the Americans in killed and
wounded?Seven Hundred!
Fall or Vera Cruz, and the Castle of Ul
loa, March 29th, 1847, after several days bom
bardment of the town by Gen. Scott with four
teen thousand men?loss of the Americans in
killed and wounded?Owe Hundred!
Battle or Cerro Gordo?April I7th and
18th, two days hard fig'.ning, between Gen.
Scott with twelve thousand men, and Santa
Anna commanding a picked Mexican force of
twenty thousand, "resulting iu the overthrow of
the enemy?loss of the Americans in killed
aud wounded? Two Hundred and Fifty.
TRIUMPHANT SUCCESS.
/CONSUMPTIVES, remember that it ia Thoin
y Bon's Compound Syrup of Tar and
Wood Naphtha, which is daily effecting such
remarkable cures in pulmonary consumption
asthma, bronchitis, spitting blood, pain in the sidJ
and breast, sore throat, hoarseness, palpitation of
the heart, whooping cough, croup, nervous trc
rnors, hives, liver complaint, diseased kidneys,
Therefore beware of all spurious mixtures of
Tar or Naphtha, and purchase of the advertised
agents only.
ANOTHER WONDERFUL CUKE!
Philadelphia, April 9, 1846.
Last August a year, I caught a violent cold, in
consequence of getting wet in a shower of rain.
A circumstance so common gave mc no immediate
concern, supposing that I should soon get rid of it.
On the contrary, however, I daily grew worse; a
violent cough set in, then pain in my breast and
between my shoulders. I now suffered groat op
pression from the great secretion of purulent mat
ter in my lungs. 1 became greatly alarmed ; and
my friends considered my situation extremely
critical, the more so as lost of appetite, hectic
fever, and night sweats rendered mo as w eak as
a child, and at night the sweat literally poured off
we . J his was my condition when 1 commenced
using " Thomson's Compound Syrup of Tar and
Wood Naphtha." 1 procured one bottle, and ex
perienced so much benefit that I resolved to con
tinue it. It is now six months since I caascd using
the medicine, and the cure remains perfect. 1
firmly believe this mcdicine is far anterior to
every other remedy for Consumption of the Lungs.
J. J. CHAMBERLAIN, No. 8, Carberry street.
Affirmed and subscribed this Dtli day of April.
1846, before me.
John SwirT, Mayor of Philadelphia.
This invaluable remedy is prepared only
by Angney & Dickinson, (successor of S. P.
i homson) Philadelphia.
Sold also by Charles Stott, Washington, B.
Rush Roberta, corner Baltimore and Hanover
street., Baltimore; Duval &. Purccll, Richmond,
V >Wnia. Price 50 ccnts, or six bottles, *2 50.
Avoid all pretended imitations.
DR. WOOD'S SARSAPArTiJlA AND
WILD CHERRY BITTERS.
For the Permanent Removal of nil such Vis
eases as lake Ihcir rise in an Impure Blood,
Impaired Digestion, Morbid state of
ike Liver and Stomach, Weakness
of the JYervous System, and a
disordered Habit of
Constitution Gen
erally.
A THREEFOLD VIRTUE.?By promoting
r\ circulation, strengthening the system and
facilitating digestion, Dr. Wood's Sarsaparilla and
Wild Cherry Bitters will restore the most confirm
ed invalid to health. Where either these effects
are necessary to tlie restoration, the " Bitters "
will be found to possess every quality desired.
a hey have been used already with the greatest
success, in many obstinate cases of impurity of the
blood, nervous irritation, Dyspepsia, low spirits,
Scrofula, palpitation of the heart, chronic head
ache and Rheumatism. They are indeed a happy
combination of powerful, yet snfe and salutary
vegetable remedies, of a sterling and unimpeat li
able reputation. They have won their popularity
solely by their intrinsic merits, and that they have
been successful, numerous certificates in the
hands of the proprietor, and the greatly increasing
sales fully attest. 'I hose desirous of an agreeable
yet efficient tonic or alternative medicine, need
seek no further, for iu this preparation they will
find all that is desired.
Sold Wholesale and Retail by Wtatt & Kbtcr.
a* 121 Fulton Sreet, N. Y. CHARLL8 8TOTT
Washington, and by Druggists generally thiouih-'
out the U. 8. Price #1. Large bottle*.
AM HOFFAR, DENTIST, 4* street, fi?
, doors above Per>n. avenu?, east side.
oeth inserted on gold plate -\ better style
ijj Ik* city, and cheap accordingly.
WASHINGTON CITY, D. C. FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1847
N. Y. ADVERTISEMENTS.
NOTICE TO BUYERS OF CABINET
FURNITURE.
J. <V J. W. Meeks,
jJ/ their Manufactory J' splendid and fash
ionable Cabinet Furniture and
Upholstery,
No. 14 Vestv Street, New York,
HAVE just completed their full assortment of
Furniture, made in the most ancient and mo
dern Parisian and other styles, consisting in part of
Egyptian, Elizal<ethian, Gothic, Louis XIV and XV,
Ac , all of which is of their own manufacture, and
got up under tbeir own peisonal superintendence,
and warranted to equal any made in this or Europe,
10 wLich they invite the attention of buyers both to
quality and price, before purchasing elsewhere.
Tnsurancecompany
OK THE
STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA
AT PHILADELPHIA.
CHARTERED IN 1792
Paid up Capital, 200,000?Surplus, $i>5,000.
IitbUies Merchandise^ Buildings, Machinery, Manu
r.itv and vicinity.
at the current rites.
directors.
J.ihn M. Scolt, John B. Budd,
Robert M. Lewis, John Stewart,
, Charles Macalester, Geo. Trott, Jr.
N.-Lewis Paleske, Gustavus Calhoun,
William 8. Smilh, James Devereaui,
William R. Whito Charles 8. Wurtz,
SIMEON TOBY, President,
Wilham HinrEii, Secretary.
Aiply to B. 8. WHITNEY,
jy 25 tf 72 Wall street, IS Y.
"TIFFAN Y~??)UNG,<fc ELLIS.
respectfully announce that they have opened their
new e tablUhment,
JVt/. 21, B-oadway, corner of Chambers
street, one b'.ock ebove thtir former
location.
"?MTITH nearly 200 cases, fo m ng an entirely
TV new and the largest stock of elegant Useful
and Fancy Articles of a higher order of taste, beau
ty, and lichnesii than have ever been exhibited in
New York.
Bronzes; Bohenvan Glaes; French and Dresden i
Porcelain; Terra Cotta; Papier Maehe; Bronzed,
Gilt, and Electro-silvered Wares; rich inlaid Desks;
Dressing Cases; Work Boxes; &c., JCutlery and
Steel Goods; Paper and Fancy Stationery; Perfum
ery, Brushes, Combs, and articles for tho toilet;
Fans, Umbrellas, Caces, Whips, Purees, and Bags;
Opera Glasses, See. Chinese and India i ancy Arti
cles, and Curiosities; an entire importation of Japa
nese Goods, probibly the most extensive and magni
ficent collection ever sent out of Japan.
To their former business they will add
JEWELRY,
and invite particular attention to their largo selection
both Foreign and American, of tl e newest, richest,
and most elegant descriptions; beautiful Watches
and Clocks} fancy Silver wares, Diamonds, Cameos,
Corals, Enamels, &c-, all of which will be marked
in plain figures at prices from which not the slight
est deduclio.. will l>e made.
Their Jewelry Department will bo under the care
of Mr. Thomas Ciane Banks.
271 Broadway, corner of Chambers st.
july 23?if
NEW FALL GOODS.
J. A. UNDERWOOD,
Ao. K23 Ptarl Hreet. Vvr4e-,r. , 0
Has RECEIVED BY RECENT ARRIVALS
FROM EUROPE, and will continue to receive
|.y steamers and Packots a full assor'ment of
Bobbinet and Thread Laces and Edgings, New
Style
Muslin Laces and Edgings, new stylo
4-4 and 6-4 black and whito plain and fancy
Nets
4-4 black Silk Nets, plain and figured
Black Silk Laces for trimmings
Silk and Cotton Quillings
Men's and women's black, whito and colored
Silk liloves
Men's and women's black, whi'e and colored
Spun G:ovcs
Fancy Coiton Mitts and Glovos
Black, whiti ond colored Silk Laco Mitts
Children's Silk Milts aud Gloves.
1-4 and 1-4 long Silk Laco Milts and Gloves,
dj do children's do do
Black and white Silk Ho?iory
do do Spun do
Silk Shirts and Diawers
Black and Fancy Satin Vestings
Fancy Silk Cravats
Ladies' Fancy Silk Handkerchiefs
Fancy Bonnetings
Fancy Silk and Satin Trimmings, new and
confined sty leu
Bavarian Gimps
Bullion and o her Fringes, from 1 inch to 3J
inches, in great variety, some very rich
Men's and women's Thibet and Cashmere
Gloves
Children's Thibet and Caslimero Glovos
Men's heavy Woollen Gloves
do Chamois linod Berlin Gloves
Worsted Shawls, in groat variety
do Cravats or Comforts,
Worsted Hoods, in great variety
Children's do
Children's Muffs, Pelerines, Boas, itc. Ac.
All of which are offered for sale on the most
favorable terms. july 32 if
REWARD.
ilIE above reward will be paid to any person
_m_ who will restore to her disconsolate parents,
their daughter, MARY FOX, or one half of said
reward for such information as will lead to her re
covery. Said Mary left her school about 5 P. M.,
on the 20th of May, 1847, and since that time has
not been seen- She is only 15 years of age, 4 feet
U inches, black hair, small black eyes, rather thick
ponting lips, rid cheeks, small features, pretty and
qute girlish in appealanee. She wore a small
plaid calico dress, pink, purple and blue; black silk
cape and apron, black gaiter boots, pink silk shirred
hat, and g-ccn veil; two sma I chased finger rings,
a gold pencil attached to a black cord, and her nails
quite short from biting them. It is strongly sua
pccti d ihat she has been abducted by a person
named Michaol, alias Martin Hare, formerly proprie
tor of a Bowling Saloon, located near No. 202
Broadway, opposite tho Franklin House, who ab
sconded about that lime from this city, deserting his
wife and leaving her entirely destitute of support.
Said Hare is about 28 years of age, no whiskers,
fair complexion, and rather genteel appearance.
Ho was seen Icrk'Dg in the neighborhood of her
school a short time previous, disguised with fslse
whiskers.
A sister of Hare, named Margaret, was removed
by him from a boarding school about the lime of the
abduction, and is sup, osed to be with them. Shu
is described as foilVery dark hair, almost
b'ick ; dark skin, grey eyes, prominent eyemows a
small sear on one eyebrow, a small scar on the right
cheek as if made by smsll pox, ? scar formed by a
gash upon the end of ihe nose, nearly an inch in
length, the tooth next to the first double tooth on
the left sid.i of the face gone; she is about seventeen
years of ago.
Any information to be immediately communicat
ed, by telegra; h, if possible. >o George W. Mat sell,
Chief of Police, New York, who ie authorizedI to
pay the pbove reward. J>81 '*
"(JENTINELLA BLANKETING.
AND 60 Inch Gentinella Blanketing, of ?
sui>erior quality?for sale low by
TOOKER. MEADE A Co.,
jy so tf 85 Pine Street, N. Y
T
54
NEty GOODS.
FOR FALL TRADE
or 1S47.
ALLEN, HAZEN & CO.,
52 Exchakor Place,
Have received by late arrivals
and will continue to receive by Packets and
Steamers from Europe, a very large and well seldct
e<l stock of
English,French FancyakuStaple
DRY GOODS,
Adapted to the approach! g leatoii, comUting in
part of the following articlr*, vii:
DRESS GOODS.
CasI'mere d'Ecoate, plain and twill atrip and
plaid: PUid Oregon* new patterns and aup. quality
rich colors; Rich Plaid Victoria., tilk and wool, lnub
coloig.
RICH VEHTINWR.
figured Bilk, Velvet, plain and fancy colored rich
Aririure, Bilk Vetting*, bla>k and colored striped and
plaid patterns, and designs; Rich Cashmere do;
Black and colored striped and plaid Satins do. of ev -
ery style and price.
WOOLLEN NET SHAWLS.
A very largo assortment from lowest to highest
cost, consisting in part of the follow ing sly Us. via?
New York, Portugal, Brampton, Washington, Turk
ish, Monterey, Pyrenees; Palo Alto, Ac. Ac. &.C., as
well as many others, all of which are entirely new
n this market
FRENCH KID GLOVES.
"m'' complete assortment of men's snd wo
men s t rench Kid Gloves, of till colors, styles nnd
prices ; also a largo variety of men's Buck and wo
men s and men's Castor Gloves.
BONNET AND CAP RIBBONS.
A large and well selected stock of the newest and
most fashionable colors and designs, comprising all
wtiths and s'yles.
SILK CRAVATS.
Black and J1 ancy Bilk Cravats, a large variety of
new styles; also I'ulkaCravats, Cashmere Mufflers,
etc. etc.
SPITALFIiJlD SILK HDKS.
Plain and Twill Silk Hdks,'light and dark madder
colors: real India and British Corahs, 36 inch squire;
Cords and Twills, beautiful styles; also,
V\ htle, Crimson, and Colored Brocade do.
FRENCH SUSPENDERS.
An assortment of entirely-.pew styles.
FRENCH CRAPES.
Including the diffe ent quantities of B'aik, Col
ored and White.
SILK GLOVES.
Men's and woaieh's, of all kinds, spun and fine
Silk. r
SILK GIMPS AND FRINGES.
A beautiful assortment of Black and Mole col'd
G.mps and Fri.gra of all widths, sty Us and prices.
Also, Taney col'd and Black Silk Girdles.
CASHMERE AND THIBET GLOVET.
A large assortment of all prices. Also, heavy
ribb d Woollen do,
CASHMERE SHAWLS.
Rich and high coloied, and mostly from lowfei to
highest prices.
WORSTED COMFORTERS AND CRAVATS,
HOODS, ETC.
A very large variety of Comforters and Cravuts
of styles entirely now in this market. Alsa, a coin
pit te assortment of Worsted and Woollen Hoods
M Us, Boots, Gaiters, Caps, Boas, Coats, Dresses,
etc. etc.
WINTER HOSIERY, ETC.
Comprising a full assortment of men's, women's
and children s Worsted and Woollen Hosiery of ev,
ery description. Also, frhiiU and Drawers of a|
kinds.
MOH.1VJAN COI IOH DUBlfiH * y
of a!l prices and real Moravian Blue dye.
IMPERIAL COTTON HOSIERY.
Black, Slate and Mode colors. A full assortment
TAILORS TRIMMINGS.
Black and colored Silk Twist, Vest Bindings, col
ored and Black Silk Braids; etc. etc.
uly 20 tf
PAVILION,
NEW BRIGHTON, 8TATEN ISLAND,
New York.
THE Proprietor begs to inform his friends aud
the public, that he has made considerable
improvements in this establishment since the last
season. He has crccted a large building contain
ing 33 rooms, altogether disconnected from the
mam body of the Pavilion. These rooms are in
tended for gentlemen only; they are of a comfor -
able size, light and well ventilated, and superior
in all respects to those which are generally deno
minated single rooms in the various watering pla
ces throughout the country.
The Proprietor is now ready to treat with fami
lies or parties wishing to engage rooms for the
season. Letters addressed to him at the City Ho
tel, Broadway, will be immediately attended to
A steamboat runs between New York and New
Brighton, at the following hours, viz:
From New Brighton. From North Pitr, N. York
At 8 and 11 A.M. At 9, P.M. and 12.
2 " 5 20, P.M. 3 1-2, 5, & 6, P.M.
More frequent communications will be estab
lished as the season advances.
The Pavilion u ready for the reception of com
ply- ? , F. BLANCHARD.
may 13?tf ^
J. STOUVENEL & CO.,
JYo. 29 Gold street and JYo. 3 John street
near Broadway,
New If ork,
ANUFACTURERS, WHOLESALE and
RETAIL DEALERS In
CHINA, GLASS, AND LAMPS,
for oil and lard.
Gas Fixtures of every description, Solar and
Gas Lamps, Chandeliers, Brackets, Girandoles,
Candelabras, &c.
Private houses, churches, and hotels, fitted up
with Gas, at a great reduction in price, and ail
articles warranted.
A complete assortment of the richest cut press
ed, and plain Glass constantly on hand.
All the above articles made to order, and all
kinds of Glassware matched to any pattern.
Lamps altered and repaired.
Goods loaned to parties.
Oil at wholesale and retail.
New style of Hall Lamps and Lanterns,
may 13?tf
M'
H. 6f D. H. BROOKS $ CO.,
CLOTHIERS AND DEALERS
IN
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES A. VE8TINGS,
Not. 116 and 118 Cherry street, N. Y.
CORNER OF CATHERINE.
HAVE on hand a very large STOCK of
Fashionable ready made Clothing, just manu
taciured, aud especially adapted to the season.
Also, an extensive and comp'etc assortment of
Fancy Articles embracing every variety pertaining
to a Gentlemen's wardrobe. Also, CA*'A?, Catti
mertt and Vetting*, by the piece, or in quantities
to suit purchasers.
GAKMENT8 of every description manufactured
to order in the best possible manuer and in p-jiut of
style not to be surpassed.
july 20 tf
NEtV PAPER HAKIMS.
AND WINDOW SHADES.
NICHOLA8PIKE &. CO.,No. 178 Pearl ??reet.
Importers snd Manufacturers, havejust opened
a very ex enshe supply of every style arid quality of
American and French Paper Hangings, Borders,
Fire-board Prints, and wide Window Curtain Paper.
Also, a splendid assortment of painted Window
Shades at.d fixtures for the same, which they offer
to Merchants, Dealer* and others at the very lowest
!>"???? july 80-tl
BRITISH MY GOODS.
RIGGS, JENKINS 8c CO.
Xo 23, Willlam-*trcet, IV. 1.
HAVE III store Slid now landing, an extensive
assortment of Stylo and Fane; ti juds, adapt
ed to tho full If ode.
STUFF GOODS.
ORLEANS CLOTHS? Black, colored and fancy,
in crcal vari- ty,
I ALPACCA LUSTRES? Of superior finish, in all
qualities,
SILK W AKI' A LP^CCAS?From low to fine*
PLAID LUSTRES? Mourning and high colored
BLACK MOHAIR CHECKS?Caledonians '
I SILK STRIPED LUSTRES?Plain and twilled,
I HI I) El' CLO I H:S?Single and double twilled
BENGAL STRIPE"?Silk figured Cashmeres '
DRESS GOODS.
MOUSLIN DE LAINES?Mourning and fancy
CASHMERE D'ECOSSE?Gingham Robes,
23 and 30 incu GINGHAMS?Earloston and
Tarlan,
OREGON, CALIFORNIANS AND BUENA
VISTAS,
' ARPAN PLAIDSVIMilk and Silk aud Cotton,
VICI OR1A GASH ERES?Now and confined
styles,
3-4 and 4-4 PRINTS?Chints, Mourning an J
F urniture.
MEN'S WEAR.
CLOTHS?Wool blacks and blues, of superior
make,
VALENCIA, Cashmere and Silk figured Vesting*,
SERUES, 3-4 and 6-4. ? compleio assortment,
3-4 and 6-4 WOLLEN PLAIDS, for linings,
LAMA SlLECI AS, selected colors. Black f'aHhana,
INDIGO BLUE PILOTS, BED PADDINGS.
Ac., Ac. july tj
TOOKER, MEAD <fc CO.,
35 Pine street, JVew York.
OFFER for sain oil favorable terms?
Gentinella Blue Blankets,
do do Blankets,
Fancy end DuffiU A Twilled Blankets,
Dark Blue ai d Green Mackinaw do,
Pilot and Beaver Cloths,
3-4 and 6-4 Red Paddings,
3-4 and 6-4 Worsted Serges,
6 4 Alpacchs and Orleans Cloths,
Earle ton Ginghamx,
Super Wove Oregons,
British Long Cloths,
Gila Plaids,
8-4 Tartan Shawls,
Drab, Scarlet and assorted Damasks,
ALSO, a full and coxplcto assortment of Dun
dee Linens. jy 20 tf
DAW ES & BARKER,
30 John street, Acw York.
Hosiery, Cravati, Suspended,
ir . Gloves. Collars, Ac.
Under Shirts and Druwera of every kind, wholesale
and retail.
FBiNcis H. Dawss, John G. Bahker.
July 22?tf
fLooh oil cloths. ~~
PPARKMAN A KELSEY,
Broadway,opposite Stewart's, N. York.
H'ER AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL A
very large assortinont of Floor Oil Cloths
in every vanity of quality and style. Their new pa
terns surpass any other in the market, in richness
of coloring and beauty of design, and the original
drawings have huen secured by Letters Patent, to
prevent other dealers or manufacturers from copy
ing the same. The following comprises our present
stylo of patterns:
Orientals Grecian cross
Gothic pavements Gothic octagon do
Marble tile Arabesque do
Egyptian marble Mosaic do
Ita'ian do Persian patterns
Dove and white do Bouquet do
New Trinity pattern Tresselated do %
Rich golhic do tjueen of the May,
V'no Jo Drab and chintz scroll
Kuby and chintz do Ac. Ac. Ac.
N. B. 2000 yards Old Stock, with borders, very
heavy goods, superior, but old patterns, soiling at
low rates.
carpeting s.
A choice assortment of Tapestry Brussels, Three
Ply and Ingrain
CARPETINGS,
of entirely new patterns, selected expressly for city
retail trade.
May 14 tf
SPLENDID AND FASHIONABLE CAB.NET FUR?
NITURE.
E. W. HUTCHINGS & CO.
475 Broadway, New York,
(Between Grand and Broome streets )
HAVING just completed lli-ir assortment of the
most elegant and fashionable Cabinet Furni
ture in the city, consisting of ancient and modern
and I arisian styles so much in vogue at the present
day, which have been got up under their own supcr
intendance and inspection, and warranted equal to
any in ih> city, in every respect Those who intend
purchasing this season, are invited to call and exam
ine their assortment befoie making their aelection
elsewhere. ju|y 24-tf
FRENCH PAPER HANGINGS,
WINDOW SHADES
AND UPHOLSTERY GOODS.
OOJ'OMAN HART, 243 Broadway, opposite the
0 P?rk, have just received in store per the late ar
rivals from France their assortment of Paper Hang
ings and Borders, which for yariety and styles are
unsurpassed. They have been selected ia Paris by
one of the firm, and comprise the newest patterns
for parlors, bed rooms and halls, embracing new de
scriptions in gold, silver and fresco, particularly
adapted for rooms in this city.
1 heir stock of Window Shades are now also com
plete, having been selected and (minted by the most
celobraled artisU in Paris, and consist rig of the new
est designs and at prices lower than have heretofore
bcon oH'ered.
S. A H. would also beg to call the attention of
families to their stock ol Upholstery Gooda, which
will be found to consist of every article in their line,
embracing the best selected assortment of material*
for furniture covering and Window Curtains, with
1 rimmings, Cornice.*, Ac., to correspond.
Wholesale dealers suppl ed on literal terms.
N. B. This establishment always clotted on Sat
Ufd'yg- july 24-tf
BRANDIES ?Very fine old God.lard; do Olard,
Dupuy A Co; do Hennessey; do Champiini
do Siz?rack; do J. J. Dupuy.
WINES?Fino old Howard. March A Co. Ma
deira, do Constitution do, do Reserve do, do Brah
man do, do Blackburn do, do London Particular do,
do W andcrer do, do Clay do, do Harmony do, do
Montciro do, do Bud do, do Rapid do, do Campa
neiro do, do Amontillado Pale Sherry, do Smith,
Woodhousc A Co.'s. Pale and Brown Sherry, do
Lobodo do, do London D ick Port, do T. J. Smith,
Harmony do. Champagne, favorite brand*.
^ A large assortment of Bordeaux, Claret and other
French Wines, Hock Wiiu s, Tokay, Constants,
Johannes'trger, &c., Ac.
Hermitage, R?d and White Burgundy, in bnxo.*,
each doien.
For sale by ROBE RT GRACIE,
july 24 tf 16 Broad street, N. Y
J08KPH B. WEST,
GLASS STAINER AND ENAMELLER.
STAINED GLASS for Churches, Private
Dwellinga and Public Building*, Steam and
Packet ahipa, Ac. Ac., 497 Bowery.
N. B. Glass of every color and shada constantly
on hand. Alto, Hall Lampa of various styles and
shsde constantly on hsnd. ANo, Hall Lamps ol
various styles and patterns, for private dwellings.
New York,j(lj -rtf
STEAM PRESS BRICKS.
\ REMARKABLE evidence of the superior
A. strength of the:e Dricks may be witnessed at
tbe Atheunum, where nearly 500 000 have been
delivered within the last two months, and yet the
entire waste from this large quantity would scarcely
till a common cart.
PRICES AT THE KILN WHAKF.
Run of t'.o kiln, per m, $6.- all arch. 6 .00, arch
and red, $7; all red, 7 50; dellv< red at Light street
or Pratt street wharf at 50 cents p r m additional,
?r ?t any part of the city according to distance.
Double pressed Fronts, imh as are now laid at
the Athensum, light red for cast-ing fire places, lay
ing hearths or floors of ovens, Ac. $10 per m.
Hard ba'a, per two horse load', $ I 60.
FIRE B KICKS, the best known for blast Fur
naces, #20 to ?25 per m, or $2 50 to $3 per hun
dred according t> site.
Refer to Pete' Mowel, Munson Iron Works; Jno.
Darker, S. JW. Fales, Baltimore; John tiamber, Mid
dlctown, Pa., and ninny others. Address
FRANCIS H. SMITH, Baltimore.
July 27?if
r|1HE MERCHANTS HHOT TOWER COM
X PANY respectfully inform the trade that they
h ive removed to the Tower, corner of Front and
Fayette streets, (formerly known as the Phoenix)
and havo on hand a full assortment of Drop and
Buck Shot, all siaes; Bar and Pig Lea J. etc., etc., to
which they invite the attention of pttrcbaeeM. They
also offer for sale their premisea an J Buildings on
Eutsw street, together with an Eight Horse Engine
and Boiler, in go td running order. Persona wish
ing to view the premises will call at the Tower for
further information. THOMAS J. CLARKE,
Baltimore, july 27 tf Secretary.
WE are receiving from Now York our ill
supply of Groceries, Teas, Wines, Liquors,
Sic., which will be sold low for cash, or short cre
dit, to punctual customers, viz :
> 40 chests Gunpowder, Imperial, Young Hyson, and
Black Teas, which will be sold low by the box
50 bags Java, Laguyra, Rio, U St Domingo Coffee
25 whole and half barrels Buckwheat
15 bags Buckwheat
20 boxes Colgate's Starch
25 whole and half bbls. Nos. I, 2 and 3 Mackcrcl
5 quintals Codfish
25 boxes Scotch Herrings, large size
10 dozen Nos 1 and 2 Alicante MaU
35 kegs superior Goshen Butter
30 do do Glades do
50 boxes Sperm Caudles
20 nests Hour and painted Pails
30 dozen Brooms
6 do Whisks
10 uests Market Baskets
3 bales Almonds
30 whole and half boxes Raisins
10 boxes Vermicelli and Macaroni
5 cases Canton Ginger
2000 pounds loaf, crushed, and pulverized Sugars
5 barrels Steam Syrup
10 boxes Capers and Olives
5 do Citron and Jellies
4 do Mushroom and Walnut CaUup
10 baskets Salad Oil
500 gallons winter-strained and Lard Oil
20000 Cigars, of our own importation
SIMMS &. SON.
GOODY EAR'S PATENT INSOLUBLE
India Rubber Fabrics!!!
MH. 8TEVENS (late Fi?h & Co ) baa
, for sale a great variety of India Rubber
Goods; Buch as Clunks, Coals, Beds, llavertacks.
Saddle Bags, Paper File Holders, Door Springs,
&c. &.C. In fact, nearly every article made from
India Rubber on hand, or procured at two or three
daya noliee.
Also, a full assortment of BLACK & WHITE
HATS, of the various fabrics now in vogue.
STEVEN8, (Late Fish & Co.)
Gent's Outfitting Store. No. 1 Brown's Hote|.
TEAS, TEAS.
Washington, D. C.
Agency of the NewYork
CANTON TEA COMPANY.
largest and oldest Tea Esublisment in America.?
The public have had full proof of their integrity and
responsibility. But such has been the great and
pressing demand for their TEAS of late, that they
have been obliged to enlarge, to a great extent,tneir
two principal establishments in New York, viz:
126 CHATHAM AND 163 GREENWICH
STREETS.
They moreover possess facilities, in relation to tke
Tea Trade, in a very abundant degree, and doubt
less, superior to any other Tea Concern in America.
Their scrupulous regard to all principles that tend
to elevate the character of a large house, is well un
dcrs'ood, and has already aecured them a connec
tion, probably, larger than all other Tea Establish
ments united, and they consequently arc determined
to sell Teas purer, more fragrant, and perfect fir
the prices, in the aggregate, than any house in the
world?China excepted.
They most zealously invite I he attention of the in
habitants of WASHINGTON, D. C., to their
Agency, where the following assortments are always
on band; and they feel no hesitation in stating that
wherever a single trial is made, a very decided pre
ference is given to tho celebrated Teas of the CAN
ION TEA COMPANY.
(?/" Reader, make tho experiment!
Retail l'rices as follows, subject in all cam to be
returned if not approved of?
GREENS.
Good YOUNG HYSON,
Fine do
No. 2 fragrant do
No. 3 very liuo do
Silver leaf, do
! Good HYSON,
Very fine do
Extra fragrant,
Good HYSON SKIN,
Good IMPERIAL,
Very fine do
Extra fine do
Good GUNPOWDER,
Fine do
Extra fino do
BLACKS.
No. 1 SOUCHONG,
No. 2 do
Finest do
Fragrant POWCHONG,
CONGO,
Fine OOLONG.
Very fine do
Extra fine do
NINGYONG,
Finest ENGLI8H BREAKFAST
TEA, (very rich Pekoe flavored) 0 75
Fino ORANGE PEKOE, 0 62*
Finest PEKOE FLOWERS, 1 00
HOWyUA, or finost Black Tea im
ported, 1 oo <?
Ne plus ultra TES, botli Green and
Black, of all descriptions, the
highest grades grown in
I China, $l 60 per lb.
| (Jj* TA KE NOTICE !?THE CANTON TEA
I COMPANY are the exclusive venders of the supe
j rior Black Tea called "HOW^UA'S MIXTURE."
They introduced it iu America in 1840?and every
other iwrsou or house professing to sell the same at
all, much less at a lower price?deceive the unwary,
i as the public themselves will perceive, by comparing
i the xpurious with the genuine "Howqua" vended by
the Caiitou Tea Company.
! Every package (in addition to iu containing
j FULL WEIGHT, independent of the wrapper,)
bear the stamp of neatness and elegance, and the
l eas therein are so thoroughly secured from igbt
^ml air, that their quality and power will remain un
impaired in any climate.
Agency at George Tei iplcman's Book Store,
Washington, D. C.
| jan. 6?ly
| 1000 lib*, of Bpsom Salts?
For sale by CHAS. 8TOTT,
Drug & Apoth corner 7th dt P* ?*.
I may 21 If
?0 50 per lb.
0 624 "
0 75 "
1 00 "
1 25 "
0 75 ?
1 00 "
1 25 ??
0 50 ??
0 75 "
1 00 ?
1 25
0 75 ?
1 00 "
1 25 "
$0 50 per lb
0 624 ?'
0 76 ?
various prices,
various prices.
0 50 "
0 75 ??
1 00 ?
various rices.
f1 UNS AND PISTOLS.?Just received end
\T now opening?
160 single barrel Guns, j stock, percussion lock*,
"low priced."
100 eingle barrel do, rib'd iuiila. Hire barrels,
back action lucks.
60 double turret do inula, wire bock action locks.
60 double barrel Guna, do real patent breech.
48 do do real twirt and pitent do
600 pair* Pocket Pirols, "low priced," from Sic.
per pr to $4,50.
N. U. About 20 double barrel (Juna, slightly
damaged, which will be sold very low. Gunsmiths
will find it to their intereat to examine the n; for sale
by NEWBoULD &. RU38ELL,
I No. 140 Fulion street, New York, between Broad
way and Nassau at., importers of Hardware and
(June. julp 27 tf.
"e. w7tkyon &, co.,
T A I LOUS,
237 Broudtoay, corner Park Place, up stairs,
Are receiving (he newest atylea of goods and faah
iona by every steamer.
jnly 21?tf
PIANO-FORTES, ~~
.Veto York.
H WORCESTER respectfully informs his
, friends and the public that he haa opened a
Show Rooui on the ground floor of his manufactory,
No. 137 Third A venae, near the rwai of 14th
street, where he "has a good assortment of Pian*
Fortes from t to 7 octave*, in Rosewood and Ma
hogany Cas' k, which he offers on the most reason
able tenns Not having any salej room excepting
at his manufactory, he is enabled to superintend the
manufacture of his instruments and trusts that they
will compare favorably with any others in market.
Professors, Amateurs, and the public are invited
to call and exainino fur themselves.
july 27?tf
TO MERCHANTS, MERCHANT
TAILORS, AND CLOTHIERS.
WILSON G. HUNT $ Co
No. 82 William at., corner of Maiden lane,
New York
IMPORTER'S of every description of Goods
adapted to MEN'S WEAR, invite the attention
of the Trade to their New Autumn Styles which
they offer by the Piece or Package at the lowest
prices; confuting of
Mackinaw Blankets, Pilot Cloths, and Flushings.
Belgium, German, French and English Cloths,
direct from the mobt celebrated manufactures in Eu
rope.
American Cloth) and Casiimeres, low and super
line by the picce or package.
61 and 3-4 Doeskin in Cabsimeres, black and co
lored silk serges ?
New Styles Merino, Valencia and Satin Vesting*
Riding Cord.', Lyons, Velvets, black Italian Cra
vats. i
Plaid Lining*, all wool and Union Fabrics
Red Paddings, Tabby Velvets and Velveteens
Moz mrka and Alpaca serges, black and colored
Plaid Canton Lining**, Brown Hollands
Single and double rnill'd Tweeds and heavy coat
ing*
English Silesias and Ca?ban3, all colors and qua
lities
Siper Twist, luliau Sewings and Marshall's
Thread
j .ly 27?tf ' 1
WATER CURE.
EPHRATA, LANCASTER CO., PENN.
nnHE EPHRATA HYDROPHATIC INSTI
JL TU l'E is in successful operation under the
direction of Dr. F. Leisebi.no, who has had tha
advantage of six. months experience with Priesznitz,
at the Grafenburg Institute, in Germany, and has
practised tho water cure treatment in this country
for the last six years, and within the last two years
to iufT SeaftTi'"Th ere ar e"many"nTal'urat* aUVa hYa
a Ephrata pure water, the mountain air and splen
did scenery, not surpassed in any country. Addi
tional buildings have been erected this season. Tlir
mountain dousche has been much improved, and
si vera! fine springs of pure water have been brought
into use, so that a large additional number of pa
tients and visiters can be comfortably accommodated.
Ephrata being vety easy ofacccs?, a stage leaving
Ivending for this place every Monday, Wednesday
and Friday, and Lancaster every Tuesday. Thurs
day and Saturday; there is also a tri-weekly stage
from Downington via Ephrata to Harrisburg.
Medical attendance and lioarding at reasonable terms.
Ephrata, july 26 tf
JOH N C OTTIE R,
WA'I OH 1VIAKKR,
NO. 15 WALL STREET, N. Y.
HAVING dissolved his connection with S. W.
Benedict, and opened a store at 16 Wall st.,
hopes by continued personal attention to the repairing
and regulating of chronometer, duplox, repeating,
patent detached lever, and ?ll other kinds of watches,
mantle and office clerks,: ti'l to retain his reputation
as a workman, and merit aslme of public patronage.
Gold and silver watches, til er spoons, forks, See.
of the best descripti >n, and equal to coin.
His Regulator, (made by h:nnel(,) and extensive
ly known for the last two yeara as Benedict's Regu
lator, Wall t-lrcet, having been accurately adjusted
and limed by transit observations, will always secure
to his friends and the public the correct time,
jy 27 If
EUTAW HOUSE,
Corner of Baltimore and Eutaw streets,
Baltimore, Md.
Henry F. Jackson, Proprietor.
THIS splendid and sj icious Hotel, eligibly situ
ated for both business and pleasure travellers, is
so conducted as to combine all the luxuries of the
best hotels with elegance and real comfort
Choice suites of apartment* at all seasons reserv
ed for the accommodation of transient guests, and
families visiting the city will find the Eutaw House
a home, unsurpassed.by any hotel in the Union.
The location is elevated and salubrious, and is
also convenient to the depots and landings, at which
the coaches and porters of the House are at all
times in waiting to convey passengers and their
Itaggage, free of charge, to the Hotel.
Gentlemen's Ordinary, $1 50 per day.
IiadMs' do 2 00 do.
Baltimore, july 27?tf
FREDERICK A. WOODWORTIJ,
IMPORTEROF
RICH FANCY GOODS,
325 Broadway, N*w York.
FANS, Musical Boxes, Work Boxes, Dressing
Cases, Travelling Cases, Writing Desks, Bo
hemian Glass-ware. Card Cases, Souvenirs, Port
folios, Pocket Books, Purses, Reticules, Work
Tables, Work Baskets,and Card Receivers,?Pape
leries. Fine Brnnie Groups and Statuettes, Liqueur
Cares, Snuff Boxes, Segar Cases, Biscuit Grou|? ;?
Richly decoiated l'orcelaine Vaaes, Toilet Bottles
and ornaments of every description, for mantels,
Consoles, Ftageres and Boudoirs; Accordions, Me
chanical Toys, Parasols and Sun-shadea ;?Walk
ing Canes, Fancy Stationery, Opera Glasses,
Choice Perfumery, Toilet Combs and Brushes,
Head Ornaments, Silver Gilt Service*, Ready Pen
Makers, Napkin Rings, Camera Opticas, etc..
july 24 it IVhuittak and kelail.
SMUTT MACHINES?SMUTT
MACHINES,
JOHNSTON'S Patented Improvement of Young
and Clark's Patent Smutt Machines, constantly
ur haud and for aale, for cash, l>y the subscriber.
The capacity of lhe?e machine* to do the work
properly, is too well known to need any newspap ?
pulling; all that U needed to insure rapid sales, ia t<
have the place pointed out where they can at al
times be had. For sale by the subecribet, 17, Ligh
street, Baltimore.
july 27?tf JOSLAH RICHARDSON.
gMgget^*H*SBM#HBeE5H9SS555S^
DEALINGS
? ? witt'm ruu or
dombey and son.
** CHiKtM DICKtKS.
C0ST1HUXD.
The week fled faster It had nearly wing
ed its flight away. The lsat night of the
week, the night before the W"*ge, was
come. In the dark room-ftr Mr.. Skew
ton's head was no better yet. though she
expected to recorer permanently tomorrow
-were that lady, Edith, and Mr. Dombey.
Edith was at her open window looking out
into the street: Mr. Dombey and Cleopatra
were talking softly on the sofa. It was
growing late; and Florence, being fctigued,
had gone to bed. .
"My dear Dombey," said Cleopatra,
" you will leave me fclorencc to-morrow,
when you deprive me of MflF sweetest
Edith." ,
Mr. Dombey said he would, wrtb plea
sure.
" To have her about me, here, wpile you
are bolh at Paris* and to think thai, at Iter
age, 1 am assisting in the formation of her
mind, my dear Dombey," said Cleopatra,
" will be a perfect balm to me in the ex
tremely shattered stale to which I shall be
reduced."
Edith turned her head suddenly. Her
listless manner waa exchanged, in a mo
ment, to one of burning interest, and, un
seen in the darkness, she attended closely
to their conversation.
Mr. Dombey would be dilighted to leave
Florence in suck admirable guardianship.
" My dear Dombey," returned Cleopatra,
" a thousand thanks for your good opinion.
I feared you were going, with mal??e afore
thought, as the dreadful lawyers say?those
horrid proses!?to condemn me to utter
solitude."
" Why do me so great an injustice, my
dear madam ?M said Mr. Dombey.
14 Because my charming Florence tells
me so positively she must go home to
morrow," returned Cleopatra, 41 tbat I be
gan to be afraid, my dearest Dombey, you
were quite a Bashaw."
?1 assure you, madam," said Mr. Dom
bey, " 1 have laid no command* On Flo
rence ; and if 1 had, there are no oommands
like your wish."
"My dear Dombey,'4 replied Cleopatra,
u what a courtier you are! Though I'll not
say so either; for courtiers have no heart,
and yours pervades your charming life and
character. And are you really going so
early, my dear Dombey ?"
Ob, indeed \ it was late, and Mr. Dom
bey feared he must.
" Is this a fact, or is it all a dream!"
lisped Cleopatra- "Can I believe, my dear
est Dombey, tbat you are coming back to
monow mornipg to deprive me of my sweet
companion; my own Edith!"
Mr. Dombey, who was accustomed to
take things literally, reminded Mrs. Skew -
ion that they were to meet first at the
church. . ,
" Thtr pang," said Mrs. Skew too, " of
consigning a child, even to you, ?y dear
Dombey, is one of the most excrutiating
imaginable; and combined with a natural
ly delicate constitution, and the extreme
stupidity of the pastry-cook who has un
dertaken the'breakfast, is almost too much
for my poor strength- But I shall rally,
iny dear Dombey, in the morning ; do not
tear for me, or be uneasy on my account;
she cried archly, "sometxxly is going, pet."
Edith, who bad turned her head again
towards the window, and whose interest in
their conversation had ceased, roee up in
her place, but made no advance towards
him, and said nothing. Mr. Dombey, with
a lofty gallantry adapted to his dignity and
the occasion, betook his creaking boots to
wards her, put her hand to his lips, said,
" To-morrow morning I shall have the hap
piness of claiming this hand aa Mrs. Dom
bey's," and bowed himself solemnly out.
Mrs. Skewton rang for candles ss soon
as the house door had closed upon him.
With the candles appeared her maid, with
the juvenile dress that was to delude the
world to-morrbw. The dress had savage
retribution in it, as such dresses ever have,
and made her infinitely older and more
hideous than her greasy flannel gown.?
But Mrs. Skewton tried it on with mincing
satisfaction; smirked at ber cadaverous self
in the glass* as she thought of its killing
effect upon the major; and suffering her
maid to take it off again, and to prepare
her for repose, tumbled into ruins like a
house of painted cards. >
All this tiflM Edith remained at the dark
window looking out into the atreet. When
she and her mother were at last left alone,
she moved from it for the first time that
evening, and came opposite to her. The
yawning, shaking, peevish figure of the mo
ther, with her eyes raised to confront the
proud, erect form of Uic, daughter, whose
glance of fire was bent downward upon
her, had a conscious air upon it, that no
levity or temper ?o?td conceal.
"1 am tired to death,said she she. "You
can't be trusted for a moment. You are
worse thcuachild* Child ! No child would
be half so obstinate and unduliful."
"Listen to me, mother," returned Edith,
passing these words by with a scorn that
would not descend to trifle with them-?
"You must remain alone here until 1 re
turn."
"Muet remain alone hei*, Edith, until
you return !" repeated her mother.
"Or in that name upon which I shall call
to-morrow to witnesa what 1 do, so falsely,
and so shamefully, 1 swear 1 will refuse the
hand of this man in the church. If I do
not, may 1 fall dead upon the pavement?"
The mother answered with a quick alarm,
in no degree dimmiahed by the look she
met. t .1 ?
"It is enough," said Edith, steadily,
"that we are what we are. 1 will have no
youth and truth dragged down to my level.
I will have no guileless nature undermined,
corrupted, and perverted, to amuse the leis
ure of a world of mothers. You know
my meaning. Florence must go home."
"Yon are an idiot, Edith," cried her an
gry mother. "Do yon expect there can
ever be peace for you in tbat house, till
she is married, and away ?"
"Ask me, or ask yoursHf, if I ever ex
pect peace in that house," said her daughter,
"and you know the answer."
"And ana t to be told to-night, after all
my pains and labor, and when you are go
ing, through me, to be rendered independ
ent," her mother almost shrieked in her
passion, while her palsied head shook like
a leaf, 'Hhat there is corruption and conta
| gion in me, and that 1 am not fit company

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