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Announcements of marriages and deaths, church notices, noticos of the various Charitable, Educa tional remperauce, &c., Societies, Fire and Mi litary Companies, &.c., inserted without charge. liOCAL AGENTS for the Jacob Merritt, Cabell C. H. P. H. McUullsch, do do H. 8. Farrow, Breutsvillo, Vs. J. P. Elwood, MiJdletuwn, Conn. Cj* Our friends abroad who are witling lo act ss [ the Local Agents of the National Whig will please 1 ?end us their names and post-towns without delay. 03* Whoever will send u? the money for live sub- I ?cribers to the Week y National Whig (price $'i ' per annum) lor one year, shall receive a copy gra u AI D AND COM FORT TO THE ENEMY. POLK'S PASS TO SANTA ANNA. The Commander of our Naval forces in the | Guif is hereby directed not to obslruet the pas sage of Geo. Antonia Lopez de Santa Anna and suite to Mexico should lie desire lo return thither. JAMES K. POLK. May 15, 1846. Polk's admission of having granted the pass. "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 after llie exis tence of the war had been recognized by Con gress, to place the coast ol Mexico under I blockade, he was directed not to obstruct the pas ?J Santa Jhnui to Mexico should he return ?Polk'* JinnualMessage to Congress, Dca. 7, '40. It remains to be seen whether his return may not yet prove favorable to a pacific adjustment of existing difficulties.?Hid. ' What, has been seen. Battle of Monterey.?September 21, 22,1 23,. 1846.?three days hard fighting between Gen. Z iehary 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?Fiue Hundred! Battle of Buena Vista.?February 22d 23d, between Gen. Zachary Taylor with five I thousand volunteers, aud SaiUu Anna com manding a Mexican force of twenty thousand men?resulting in the total overthrow of the enemy?loss of the Americans in killed and wounded?Seven Hundred! Fall of Vera Cruz, and the Castle of Ul loa, March 29th, 1847, alter several days bom bardment of the town by Gen. Scott with four teen thousand men?loss of the Americana in killed and wounded?One Hundred! -Battle or Cekro Gordo?April 17tli and loth, two days hard fighting, between Gen. Scott with twelve thousand men, and Santa Jlnrut commanding a picked Mexican force of twenty thousand, resulting in the overthrow of the enemy?loss of the Americans in killed and wounded?Tico Hundred and Fifty. TRIUMPHANT8UCCESS. QONSUMPTIVES, remember that it is Thom son's Compound Syrup of Tap and 6od Naphtha, which ii daily effecting such remarkable cures in pulmonary consumption, asthma, bronchitis, spitting blood, pain in the side and breast, sore throat, hoarseness, palpitation of the heart, whooping cough, croup, nervous tre mors, hives, liver complaint, diseased kidneys, &c. 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, 1 caught a violent cold, in cousequencc of gelling wet in a shower of rain. A circumstance so common gave me 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 great op pression from the groat secretion of purulent mat ter in my lungs. 1 became greatly alarmed ; and my friends considered my situation extremely critical, the more so as loss of appetite, hectic fever, and night sweats rendered me as weak as a child, and at night the sweat literally poured off me! This was my condition vhen 1 commenced using " Thomson's Compound Syrup of Tar and Wood Naphtha." 1 procured one bottle, and ex perienced so much benefit that 1 resolved to con tinue it. It is now six months since I ceased using the medicine, and the cure remains perfect. 1 firmly believe this medicine is far superior to every other remedy for Consumption of the Lunes. J. J. CHAMBERLAIN, No. 8, Carberry street. Affirmed and subscribed this 9th day of April, 1846, before me. J0"* Swipt, Mayor of Philadelphia. 03" This invaluable remedy is prepared only "s- * Sold also by Charles Stolt, Washington, B. Kush Roberts, corner Baltimore aud Hanover streets, Baltimore; Duval & Purcell, Richmond, Virginia. Price 50 cents, or six bottles, *2 50. u-Jf" Avoid all pretended imitations. DR. WOOD'S SARSAPARILLA AND WILD CHERRY BITTERS. For the Permanent Removal of nil such Dis eases as lake their rise in an Impure Blood, Impaired. Digestion, Morbid state of the Liver and Stomach, Weakness of tin JVervous System, and a disordered Habit of Constitution Gett er ally. A THREEFOLD VIRTUE.?By promoting circulation, strengthening tbo system and itating digestion, Dr. Wood's Sarsaparilla and Wild Cherry Sitters will restore the most confirm ed invalid to health. Where cither these effects are necessary to the restoration, the " Bitters " will be found to possess every quality desired. They hare been used already with the greatest Knee ess, in many obstinate cases of impurity of tlie 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 safe and salutary vegetable remedies, of a sterling and unimpeach 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. Those desirous of an agreeahle yet efficient tonic or alternative medicine, need seek no further, for in this preparation they will find all that is desired. Sold Wholesale and Retail by Wtatt & Ketch an lil Fulton Sreet, N. Y. CHARLLS 8TOTT, Washington, and by Druggists generally through out die U. 8. Price >1. Large bottles. A M. HOFFAR, DEXTIST, 4* strostTiwi n, doors above Penn. avenu*, east side: Teeth inserted on gold plate > better style Wan done in the city, and cheap accordingly. June 14 tf I WASHINGTON CITY, D. C. THURSDAY, AUG. 5, 1847 N. Y. ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE TO BUYERS Of CABINET FURNITURE. J. 6c J. W. leeks. Jit their Manufactory f tplrndid and fash ionable Cabinet Furniture and Upho'ttery, No. 14 Vesey Street, New Yobk, HAVE just completed tbeir full assortment of Furniture, made in the most ancient end mo t'ero Pa:i?iaii and other styles, consisting in port of Egyptian, Eliaibethian, Gothic, LouisXIV and XV, &c, all t>f which ia of their own manufacture, and got up under their own |?isonal superintendence, and warranted to equ.il any made in this or Europe, to which tho> invite the attention of buyers both to q talily and price, before purchasing elsewhere. ~INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE STATJS QF PENNSYLVANIA " AT PHILADELPHIA. CIMIITERKU IN 1792. Paid up Capital, 300,000?Surplus, $55,000. Iii&ures Merchandise, Buildings, Machinery, Manu factories, etc., in this city and vicinity, at the current rites. DIRECTORS. J?hn M. Scott, John B. Budd, Robert M. Lewis, John Stewart, Charles Macalestrr, Geo. Trott. Jr. N. Lewis Psleske, Gustavus Calhoun, WlUiam S. Smith, James Devereaux, Wiliarn R. While Charles S. Wurtz, SIMEON TOBV, President, Wiiliam Hahpfh, Secretary. Apply to B. S. WHITNEY, jy 25 If 72 Wall street. N Y. TIFFANY, YOUNG, & ELLIS. respectfully announce that they have opened their tiew e tablishment, .V<>. 21, Broadway, corner of Chambers street, one block * bote th( ir former location. ITH nearly 200 cases, fo ?t ng an entirely ? T new and the largest stock of elegant Useful and Fancy Articles of a higher order of taste, beau ty. and richness than have ever been exhibited in New York. Bronz.s; Bohemian GI?cb; French and Dresden Porcelain; Terra Cotta; Papier Mache; Bronzed, Gilt, and Electro-silvered Wares; rich inlaid Desks; Dressing Case*; Work Boxes; See., ^Cutlery and Sleel Goods; Papor and Fancy Stationery; Perfum ery, Brn-bes, Combs, and articles for the toilet; Fans, Umbrellas. Cafes, Whips, Purses, and Bags; Opera Glasses, &c. Chinese and India Fancy Arti cles, and Curiosities; an entire importation of Japa nese Goods, prob ?bly the most extensive and magni ficent collection ever sent out of J span. To their former business they will a Id JEWELRY, and invi'e particular attention to their large selection both Foreign and American, of H e newest, richest, and most elegant description*; beautiful Watches and Clocks; fancy Silver wares, Diamonds, Cameos, Corals, Enamelt, dfce., ail of which will be marked in plain figures at prices from which not the slight est deduction will he made. Their Jewelry Department will be under the care of Mr. Thomas Ciane Banks. 271 Broadway, corner of Chambers st. july 23?tf ~NE\V FALL GOODS. J. A. UNDERWOOD, JVo. 123 Pearl itreet, JVcio York, HAS RECEIVED BY RECENT ARKIVALS FROM EUROPE, and will continue to receive by steamers and Packots a full assortment of Bobbinet and Thread Laces and Edgings, New Style Muslin Laces and Edgings, new style 4-4 and 6-4 black and white plain and fancy Nets 4-4 black Silk Nete, plain and figured Black Silk Laces for trimmings Silk and Cotton trillings Men's and women's black, white and colored 8.1k Gloves Men's and women's black, whi'e and colored Spun Gloves Fancy Cotton Mitts and Gloves Black, whit-) and colored Silk Lace Mitta Children's 8ilk Mitts and Gloves. 1-4 and 1-4 long Silk Lace Mitts and Gloves, do do children's do do Black and white Silk Hosiery do do Spun do Silk Shirts and Diawers Blsck and Foucy Satin Vestings Fancy Silk Cravats Ladies' Fancy Silk Handkerchiefs Fsncy Bonneting* Fancy Silk and Satin Trimmings, new and confined styles Bavarian Gimps Bullion snd o her Fringes, from 1 inch to 3$ inches, in great variety, some very rich Men's and women's Thibet and Cashmere Gloves Children's Thibet and Cashmere Gloves Men's heavy Woollen Gloves do Chamois lined Berlin Gloves Worsted Shawls, in great variety do ' Cravats or Comforts, Worsted Hoods, in great variety Children's do Children's Muffs, Pelerines, Boas, &.c. Ac. JCf3 All of which are oifered for sale on the most favorable terms. july S3?if $500 REWARD. THE above reward will be paid to any pers"n who will restore to her disc- nsolate parents, their daughter, MARV FOX, or one half of said rewsrd for such information as will lead to her re covery. S.iid Mary left her school about 5 P. M., on the 30th of May, 1847, and since that time haa not been seen. She is only 15 years of sge, 4 feet 9 inches, black hair, small black eyes, rather thick pouting lips, r> d cheeks small features, pretty and qu te girlish in appea'anec. She wore a small plsid calico dress, pink, purple and blue; black silk rape and aprou, black gaiter boots, pink silk shirred hal, and g'cen veil; two sma'l chased finger rings, a gold.pencil attached to a black cord, and her nails quite short Irom tiling them. It is strongly sus pecltd tliat she hss been abducted by a person named Michael, alias Martin 1 lare, formerly proprie tor of a Bowling Saloon, located near No. 203 Broadway, opposite the Franklin House, who ab sconded about that time from this city, deserting hia wife and leaving her entirely destitute of .support. Said Hare is about 38 years of age, no whiakers. fair complexion, and rather genteel appearance. He was seen lurk'ng in the neighborhood of her school a abort time previous, disguised with folse whiskers. A sister of Hare, named Margaret, was removed by him from a boarding school about the time of the abduction, and is (-upi-osed to t e with them. She is described as follows:?Very dark hair, almost black ; dark skin, grey eyes, prominent eyebiows, a small scar on one eyebrow, a small sear on the right cheek as if made by small pox, a sear formed by a gMh upon the end of the nose, nearly an inch in length, the tooth next to the first double tooth on the left aide of the face goue; she is about seventeen years of age. Any information to be immediately communicat ed, by telegrapb, if possible, to George W. Mai sell, Chief of Police, New York, who is authortaed ti> pay the pbove reward. jy 31 if GENTINELLA BLANKETING. AND 60 Inch Gentinella Blanketing, of a superior qualltv?for sale low by TOOKER, MEADB & Co., jy W If 35 Pine Street, N. Y, NEW GOOD8. FOR FALL TRADE or 1847. ALLEN, HAZEN & CO., 52 Exchange Place, Have received by late arrival* and will continue to receive by Packet.-* and Steamers from Europe, a very large and well select ed stock of English, French Fancy and Staple DRY GOODS, Adapted to (ho appr acbi g ><m*oii, confuting in part of the following srticl s, ?x DRESS GOODS. Cm' mere d'Ecosse, |lnn ai.d twill alrip and I'luid: Plaid Oregons. nrw patterns arid sup. quality rich color*; Rich Plaid Victoria.*, silk and wool, hgli coloi*. RICH VE8TINUH. Figured Silk, Velvet, plain and fancy colored rich Armurc, bilk Veiling*, lils k and colored striped ami plaid pattern*, and drrgna; Rich Cashmere do; Blsok and colored ilnpud au<l plai.l Satins do. of ev ery atyle and priee. WOOLLEN NET SHAWLS. A very Urge auurtim nt fiom lowest to highest cost, consisting in part of the following stylus, viz? New York, Portugal, Brampton, Washington, Turk ish, Monterey, Pyrenees; Palo Alto, 6lc. &c. <fcc., as well as many other*, all of which are entirely new n this market. FRENCH KiD GLOVES. A moat complete a*s <r:mcnt of men's and wo men's Piench Kid Gloves, of all colors, styles and prices ; also a large variety of men's Buck and wo men's and men's Castor Gloves. EONNET AND CAP RIBBONS. A large and well selected stock of the newest and most fashionable colors and designs, comprising a I wi llhs and styles. SILK CRAVATS. Black and Fancy Silk Cravats, a large vgriety of new styles; also l'olka CravaU, Cashmere Mufflers, etc. etc. SI'lTALFIELD BILK HDKS. Plain and Twill Silk Hdka/light and dark madder colors: real India and British Corahs, 36 inch tquare; China Cords and Twills, beautiful styles; also, White, Crimson, and Colored Brocade do. FRENCH SUSPENDERS. An assortment of entirely new styles. FHENCH CRAPES. Including the diffe ent quaniities of Black, Col ored and White. SILK GLOVES. Men's and womeh's, of all k.nds, spun and fine Silk. SILK GIMPS AND FRINGES. A beautiful assortment of Black and Mole col'd G mps and Fri.ig?s of all widths, stylrs and prices. Also, Fancy col'd and Black Silk Girdle*. CASHMERE AND THIBET GLOVET. A large assortment of all price*. Also, heavy ribb'd Woollen d<>. CASHMERE SHAWLS. Rich and high colored, and mostly from lowest to highest price*. WORSTED COMFORTERS AND CRAVATS, HOODS, ETC. A very large variety of Comforters and Cravatu of styles entirely new in this market. Alsa, a com phte assortment of Worsted and Woollen Ho's M tta, Boot*, 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, frhirts and Drawers of al kinds. MORAVIAN COTTON HOSIERY, of all pricea 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 Braid?; etc. etc. uly 30 tf PAVILION, NEW BRIGHTON, STATEN ISLAND, lew York. THE Proprietor begs to inform his friends and the public, that ho has made considerable improvements in this establishment since the last season. He has erected a large building contain ing 33 rooms, altogether disconnected l'rom the main 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 pountry. 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 Mto Brighton. From North Pier, JY. York. At tf and 11 A.M. At 9, P.M. aud 12. 2 " b 20,-P.M. 3 1-2, 5, & 6, P.M. More frequent communications will be estab lished as the season advances. The Pavilion is ready for the reception of com pany- F. BLANCIIARD. may 13?tf J. STOUVENEL & CO., JVo. 29 Gold street and JYo. 3 John street near Broadway, ? IVcw York, MANUFACTURERS, WHOLESALE and RETAIL DEALERS in CHINA, OL.1SS, AND LAMPS, for oil and lard. Gas Fixtures of every description, Solar and Gas Lamps, Chandeliers, Brackets, Girandoles, Caudelabras, &c. Private houses, churches, and hotel?, fitted up with Gas, at a great reduction in price, and alt articles warranted. A complete assortment of the richest cut press ed, and plain Glass constantly on haud. All tire 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 aud retail New style of Hall Lamps and Lanterns. may 13?U" //. Sf D. H. BROOKS $ CO., CLOTHIERS AND DEALERS IN CLOTH*, CASS1MERKS Sc VESTINGS, JVot. 116 and 118 Cherry ?lreet,JV. Y. CORNER OF CATHERINE. * HAVE on hand a very large STOCK of Fashionable ready made Clothing, juat manu factured, and especially adapted to the season. AI*o, an extensive and omp'ete assortment of Fancy Articlea. embracing every variety pertaining to a Gentlemen'* wardrobe. Also, Cloth*, Can-ii mere* and Vttlingt, by the piece, or in quantities to rait purchaser*. GARMENTS of every description manufactured to order in the best possible manner and in point of ?tyle not to be surpassed. july 20 tf NEW PA P E R HAJVG I.YGS. AND WINDOW SHADES. NICHOLAS PIKE 6t CO., No. 173 Pmrl street, Importers and Manufacturers, have just opened a vary ex ensive supply of every atyle and quality of American and French Paper Hanging*, Border*, Fire-board Print*, and wide Window Curtain Paper. Also, * splendid aaaortment of painted Window Shadea a< d fixture* for the *ame, which tbey offer to Merchant*, Dealer* and other* at the very lowest P***. july 20-U STEAM PRESS BRICKS. A REMARKABLE s?Idence of Ihe superior strength of thoe Brick h may b<* witnessed at ,|,o Atl.o. a-um, where nearly 500 000 have been delivered within tbo lost iwo months, and yet the entire w??to trom this Urge quautity would scarcely fill a common cart. PRICES AT THE KILN WHARF. Kun of the kiln, per ro, |6.- all web. 6 60, arch and tel. *7; oil red, 7 60; delivered at L ghl .tfreel or Piatt street wharf at 60 wnta p r m additional, , r Hi my wwl of the city according lo dLlance. D>ul>le pressed Fronw, -U<h a? .re now laid at .lie Atlic. iniiiii. light red lor casing fire plar.ee, lay ing hearths or fl >ors of ovens, Stc. SI? ?n. Hani ha s, per two horrf loads, fl 60. FIRE BKICKS, the l>est known for blast Fur nires. $30 lo $25 per m, < r $2 50 to |3 per hun dred acconlin^ to *i*<*. ... , . Refer t > P- lei Mowel. Munson Iron Works; Jno. barker, K. M. Fates. Baltimore! Johu Gamb.r,Mld Jit tow ii, Pa., and in.uy othe'^ Addrws FRANC? H. SMITH, Baltimore. inlv 27?if flMIU MERCHANTS *HOT TOWER COM JL PANY respectfully inform ihe Umtic that th?y | have removed lo ihe Tower, corner of Front and | Fuyelte s'reets, (formerly known as the Pbam x) and have on hand a lull a?>orime..t of Drop ai d Muck Shot, all sites; Bar and Pig Lea J, etc., etc., to which they invite tbe atlention uf purchasers. i hey als.off.r for sale their premises anJ Buildings on Eutaw street, together with au Eight Horse Engine and Boiler, in good running order. P?rsoUa wish ina to view the premises will call at ihe lower tor further information. THOMAS J. CLARKB, Baltimore, j-?ly 27 tf Beefy. WE ure receiving fiom New York our full supply of Groceries, Teas, W ines, Liquors, he., which will be sold low for cash, or short crc-1 dit, to punctual customers, viz : 40 cheslaGunpowder,-Imperial, Young Hyson, and Black Teas, winch will be sold low by the box 50 bags Java, Laguyra, Rio, & St Domingo Cottee '25 whole and half barrels Buckwheat 15 bags Buckwheat 20 boxes Colgate's Starch ?25 whole and half bbls. Nos. i, 2 and 3 Mackerel 5 quintals Codfish 25 boxes Scotch Herrings, large size 10 dozeu Nos 1 and '2 Alicante ftlaU 35 kegs superior Goshen Butter 30 do do Glades do 50 boxes Sperm Candles 20 uests flour and painted Pails 30 dozen Brooms 6 do Whisks 10 nests Market Baskets 3 bales Almonds 30 whole and hall box.es Iliiisinj 10 boxes Vermicelli and Macaroni 5 cases Canton Ginger , , ? 2000 pounds loaf, crushed, and pulveriztd Sugars 5 barrels Steam Syrup 10 boxes Capers and Olives 5 do Citron and Jellies 4 do Mushroom and Walnut Catsup W baskets Salad Oil r , 500 gallons winter-strained and Lard Oil 20000 Cigars, of our^nimp^o^&gQW, GOOD YEAR'S PATENT INSOLUBLE j India Rubber Fabrics!!! MH. STEVENS (late Fish & Co ) has j for sale a preat variety of India Ru'-ber I Goods; such as Cloaks, Coats, Beds. Havertaclca, Saddle Bugs, Paper File Holder*, Door Springs, Sic. Sue. In fact, nearly every article made from India Rubber on hand, or procured at two or three ^Alao, a full assortment of Bf?ACK &? WHITE H \TS. of the various fabrics now in vogue. STEVENS, (Late Fish St Co.) Cent's Outfitting Store, No. 1 Brown'a Hotel. TEAS, TEA S. Washington, ?. C. Agency ofthc N iw York i CANTON TEA COMPANY. largest and oldest Tea Establisment in America.? The public%ave had lull proof of their integrity and responsibility. But auch baa been the great and pressing demand for their TEAS of late, that ihey have been obliged to enlarge, to a great oxtent,tneir Iwo principal cstabliahmonts in New \orki w: 186 CHATHAM AND 16? GREENWICH STREETS. They moreover possess facilities, in relation to the Tea Trade, in a very abundant degroo, and doubt less, superior to any other Tea Concern in America. Their scrupulous regard to all principlea that tend to elevate the character of a largo house, ia well un derstood, and baa already aecured them a connec tion, probably, larger than all other 1 ea Eatabliafc ments united, and they conaequenily are determined to sell Teas purer, more fragrant, and perfect for the prices, in the aggregate, than any house in the world?China excepted. _ They moat zealously invito the attention of the in habitants of WASHINGTON. D. C., to their Agency, where the following assortments are always on hand; and they feel no hesitation in elating that wherever a sihgle trial is made, a vory decided pre- j fercnce is given to the celebrated Teas of the CAN- ; TON TEA COMPANY. J Reader, make the experiment! Heiail Prices as follows, subject in all catit to be returned if not approved of? GREENS. | Gjod YOUNG HYSON, $0 50 per lb. Fine Jo 0 62J " No. 2 fragrant do 0 75 " No. 3 very fine do 1 00 " Silver leaf, do 1 25 Good HYSON, ? 0 75 " Very fine do 1 00 ^ Exlra fragrant, 1 a5 Good HYSON SKIN, 0 50 " Good IMPERIAL, " 75 " Vory fine do 1 00 " Extra fine do 1 Good GIJNFOWDEK, 0 75 ?? Fine do I 00 " Extra fine do 1 *5 BLACKS. No. 1 SOUCHONG, $0 60 por lb No. 2 do 0 ?-4 ?' Finest do 0 75 " Fragrant POWCllONG, various prices. CONGO, various prices. Fine OOLONG. 0 50 " Very fino do 0 7.> " Exlta line do 1 00 " NINGYONG, various rites. I Finest ENGLISH BREAKFAST TEA, <very rich Pekoe flavored) 0 75 Fine ORANGE PEKOE, 0 62j Finest PEKOE FLOWERS, 1 00 HOW QUA, or finest Black Tea im ported, 1 00 " Ne plus nltra TE8, both Green arr.l j Black, of all descriptions, the highest grades grown in China, %l 60 per lb. (?}? TAKE NOTICE !?THE CANTON TEA COMPANY are ihe exclusive venders of the supe rior Black Tea called ?H0WQUA'8 MIXTl Rfi." i They introduced it in Araorica in 1840?and every other peraon or bouse professing to sell the same at all, much leaaat a lower price?deceive the unwary, ax the public themselves will pcrceive, by comparing ihe spurious with the genuine "Howqua" vended b) I the Caiitou Tea Company. Every package (in addition to its containing FULL WEIGHT, indopendant of the wiapper,) I hear the stamp of nea?ne? and elegance, and tb< Teas tlierein are so thoroughly secured troin igbt and air, thai their quality and power will remain un impaired in any dtuiale. Aiency at George Ter vpleman's Book 8tore, Washington, D. C. jan. 6?ly lOOO lib?, of Epsom Baits? For sale by CHAS. 8TOTT, Drug & Apoth corner 7th & Pa w. may SI tf BRITISH DRY GOODS. RIGGS, JENKINS 8c CO. IVo. 93, William-street, 1%. Y. 1 j AVE iii ttore and now Uniliiig, an extensive IX aeortineiit of lo and Fancy Goods, adept* oJ lo the Jul! trade. STUFF GOODS. ORLtAPW CLOTHS?Black, colored and fancy, in groat vari'ty, ALPAOCA LUSTRES?Of superior finish,in all qualities, SILK WARP ALPACCAS?From low to fine, PLAID LIJSrUES?Mourning and bigbcoloied, 11 LACK MOHAIR CHECKS?CttJuilunimii ?SILK SI RIPED LUSTRES?Plain aui twilled, I HIHK r CLOTHS?Single arid double twilled, BltNGAL STRIPES?Silk figured Cashmere* DRESS GOODS. MOUSLIN DE LAINES?Mourning and fancy. CASHMERE D'Ei'OSSE?Gingham Robe*, J3 and 30 iiiiu GINGHAMS?Eurlo?tju and Tartan, OREGON, CALIFORNIANS AND BUENA VHT AS, I ARI AN PLAIDSUsilk and Silk and Cotton, Vl< 1 OKI A GASH ERES?New and confined styles, .1-4 and 4-4 PRINTS?CbinU, Mourning and Furniture. MEN'S WEAR. GLOI IIS?Wool blacks and blues, of superior make, VALENCIA, Cashmere and Silk figured Vesting*, SERGES, 3-4 and (j-4, a complete assortment, J-4 and 6-4 WOLLKN PLAIDS, for linings, LAMA SlLLCI AS.seleclcd colors. Black t'asbans, INDIGO BLUE PILOTS, BED PADDINGS, &c- &e- july WO tf TOOKER, MEAD &Tud~ 35 Pine street, J\*ew York. OI' PER for sale on fivorable terms? Gcntinella Blue Blanket*, do do Blankets, Faney rnd Dulhll A Twilled Blankets, Dark Blue ai d Green Mackinaw do, Pilot and Beaver Clothu, ?1-4 arid 6-4 Red Puddings, J-l .ind 0-4 Worst'd Serges, 6^ 4 A'paccu* and Orleana Cloths, Earle ton Ginghams, Super Wove Oregons, British Long Cloths, Gala Plaids, 8-4 Tartan Shawls, Drab, Scarict aud aasortu] Damasks, ALSO, a full and complete assortment of Dun dt a Linens. jy 20 tf ~~Dayves & barker; 30 John street, JYew York. Hosiefy, Cravats, Suspendeis, Shirte, Gloves. Collars, Ac. Under Shirts and Drawers of every kind, wholesale and retail. Fnivcis H. Dawes, John G. Bahkeh. july 22?tf ixooil OIL. CLOTH8. SPARKMAN A KELSEY, Ow-285 Broadway, opposite Stewart's, N. Yurk. IFER AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL A very large assortmont of Floor Oil Cloths in every variety of quality and style. Their new pa tents surpass any other in the market, in richness of coloring and beauty of design, and the original drawings have been sccured by Letteri Patent, to prevent other dealers or manufacturers from o.py ing the same. The following comprises our present style of patterns: Orientals Grecian cross Papostry fr rolls, Antique marble Gothic pavements Gothic octagon do Marble tile Arabesquo do Egyptian marble Mosaic do ( Italian do Persian patterns Dove and white do Bouquot do New Trinity pattern Tressel itcd do Rich fcothic do Queen of the May, Y'ne <1? Drab aud chintz scroll Ruby and chintz do Ac. Ac. Ac. N- B-?2"00 yard* Old Stock, with borders, very heavy goods, superior, but old patterns, selling at low rales. CAR PE TIJVGS. A choice assortment of Tapestry Brussels, Throe Ply and Ingrain CARPETINGS, of entirely new patterns, selected expressly for cilv retail trade. J May 14 tf SPLENDID AND FA till ION ABLE CAB.NET FUR NITURE. E. W. HUTCHINGS & CO. # 475 Broadway, New York, H (Between Giwuland Broome streets.) AVING just completed their assortment of the most elegant and fashionable Cabinet Furni ture in the city, consisting of ancient and modern and Parisian styles so much in voguo at the present doy, which have been got up under iheir own super in tendance and inspection, and warranted equal to any in th, city, in every respect. Those who intend purchasing this season, are invited to call and exam ine their assortment before making their selection i.'*"1"*- July 24?tf FRENCH PAPER HANGINGS ~ . _ WINDOW SHADES AND UPHOLSTERY GOODS. QOLOM AN HART, 243 Broadway, opposite the kj rsrk, have just received in store per the late ar rivals from France their assortmont of Paper Hang ings and Borders, which for variety and styles are tin urparsed. They have been selected iw Paris by one ol the firm, and comprise the newest pattern* for parlors, bed rooms and halls, embracing now 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 painted by the most celebrated arti.U in Paris, and consisting of the new beenoffcred" " Pr'Ct'H '?WCr th"n haV0 hcret?fore 8 A H. would also beg to call the attention of families to their stock of Upholstery Good., which will be found lo consiKt of every article in iheir line embracing ihe best selected assortment of material* for furniture covering and Window Curiaius witli 1 rimming*, Cornices, Ac., to correspond. <|e*lers suppl ed on liberal terms. , ? U- '1|W establishment always closed on Sat urJ*y- july 24-tf O R ANDIES? Very fine old God.lard; do Otard, Dup"y f6 ^?; d? Hennessey; do Champaiu; do Maxwack; do J. J. Dupuy. WINES?Fine old Howard, March A Co.Ma deira, do Constitution do, do Reserve do, do Brab. mail do, do Blackburn do, do Londo-i Particular do, do Wanderer do, do Clay do, do Harmony do, do Momeiro do, do Bud do. do Rapid do, do Campa neiro do, do AmontNMo Pale Sherry, do Smith Woo< house A Co.*. Pale and Brown Sherry, do ~? o do, on London Dock Port, do T. J. Smith Harmony do, Champagne, favorite brands. Fr^!^W ^r'T"ll0f?;,rdMUI' Cl?ret ?"?> other Freeh W me., Hock Wme*, Tokay, Constant!*, Johannes erger, Ac., Ac. Hermitage, Red and White Burgundy, in boxe*. each (iczeii. ' Forsale by ROBERT GRACIE *4 tf 16Jiroad street, N. Y JOSEPH B. WEST, GLASS STAJNER AND ENAMELLER STDwliD for Churchw ^Dwelling* and Public Boildir g._ Siaam ad vn/f' **? 4c- "7 Bowery. % B- a,? of ;wy color and ahada constant!, on hand. Also, Hall Lamp, of various stvl? shsde constantly on hand. Also, Hall Lam pa e ryfor 7~ GUNS AND PISTOLS.?J uat received and now opening? 150 single barrel Gum, j atock, percussion lock*, "low priced." 100 single barrel do, rib'd imita. wire barrel*, back action locka. 50 double birrel Ho imita. wire back action lock*. 50 double barrel Gun*, do real patent breech. 48 do do real twist and pitaot do 600 pair* Pocket Piatola, "tow priced," from 81c. per pr to 01,50. N. B. About 2D double barm Gun*, slightly d-nnaged, which will be sold very low. Gunsmith* will find it to their intercut to examine the n; for aaie by NEWBOULD & RUSSELL, No. 140 Fulton street, New York, between Broad way and Nasaau at., importers of Hardware and Gun*. julp 27 tf. E. W. TRYON <fc CO., TA lLORfi, 237 Broadway, corner Park Place, up ataira, Are receiving the newest style* of good* and lash . ion* by every *tcam.r. jnly 24?tf ~ P I ANO-PO RTEsT New York. HWORCtOTER reapectfully informs his i friends and the public that he ha* opened a Sbow Room on tlio ground floor of hi* manufactory, No. 137 Third Averiuu, near the corner of 14th "treet, where he has a good a?<ortmerit of Piana Furlc* from A (o 7 octaves, in Roaewood and Ma. hogany ('asm. which he offer* on the most reauou nble tcuns. Not having any aale* room excepting at his manufact >ry, he is enabled tn superintend the manufacture of hi* instruments and irust* that they will cornjiare favorably with any othrr* in market. Profeaaors, Amateurs, and the publ c are invited to call and examine fur themselves. july 27?tf TO MERCHANTS, MERCHANT TAILORS, AND CLOTHIERS. WILSON G. HUNT Sf Co., No. 82 William sl.t corner of Maiden lane, New York. IMPORTERS of every description of Goods adapted to MEN'S WEAR, invito the attention of the Trade to their New Autumn Style* which they offer by the Piece or Package at the lowest price*; consisting of Mackinaw Blankets, Pilot Cloths, and Fluahing*. Belgium, German, French and English Cloths, direct from the moot celebrated manufactures in Eu rope. ? American Cloth* and Cassimere*, low and super tine by the piece or package. 64 and 3-4 Doeskin in Casaimeres, black and co lored silk serge t New St 'leb Merino, Valencia and Satin Vesting* Riding Cords, Lyons-, Velvet*, black Italian Cra vats. Plaid Lining*, all wool ar.d Union Fabrics Red Padding*, Tabby Velveta and Velveteena Mi-xnurka and Alpaca serges, black and colored Plaid Canton Lining'), Brown Holland* Single and double inill'd Tweed* and heavy coat ings English Silesias and Casbans, all color* and ana litis.- j S per Twist, Itillau Sewing* and Marahall'* Thread j ily 27?tr WATER CURE. EPHRjlTji, LANCASTER CO.. PENN. r|1HE EPHRATA HYDROPHATIC INSTI JL TUrEi* in tuccesaful operation under the direction of Dr. F. Lxi*xniite, who ha* had the advantage of six months experience with Priesanitx, at the Grafenburg Institute, in Germany, and ha* practised the water cure treatment in thi* country il>r the last six year*, and within the last two year* ?it this place having roet jrod many hopeless patient' i > full health. There are many natural advantages ai Ephrata pure water, the mountain air and *pli n? did scenery, not surpassed in any country. Addi tional building* have been erected thi* season. The mountain dousche has been much improved, and ?everal fine springs of puie water have been brought into use, so that a large additional number of pa tients and n?iterj can be comfortably accommodated. Ephrata being very easy of accesi, a stage leavi g Reading for this place every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and Lancaster every Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday; there i* also a tri-weekly stage from Downiiigton vi.i Ephrata to Harrisburg. Medical altcndanco aisd boarding at reasonable term*. Ephrata, july 26 tf JOHN COTTIER, WATCH MAKER, NO. 15 WALL STREET, N. Y. HAVING dissolved hia connection with S. W. Benedict, and opened a store at 16 Wall at, hope* by continued personal attention to the repairing and regulating of chronometer, duplex, repeating, patent detached lever, and .ill other kind* of watche*, mantle and office clerk*, .till to retain hi* reputation aa a workman, and merit a flnre of public patronage. Gold and silver watches, kilrer spoons, forks, Ac. of the best description, and equal to coin. His Regulator, (made by himself,) and extensive ly known fo# the last two yiar* as Benedict's Regu la tor, Wall ftreet, having been accurately adjusted and timed by tranail observations, will alway* secure to hia friend* and the public the correct time, jy 27 tf EUTANV HOUSE, Corner of Baltimore and Eutaw streets, Baltimore, Md. Hexry P. Jackson, Proprietor. THIS splendid *nd edacious Hotel, eligibly situ" ated for both business and pleasure travellers, js so conducted a* to combine all the luxuriea of the best hotels with elegnnce and real comfort Choice suites of np*rtm"nt* at all seasons reserv ed for the accommodation of transient guests, and families visiting the city will find tho 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 pa**enger* and their baggage, free of charge, to the Hotel. Gentlemen's Ordiniry, ft 50 per day. Ladies' do 2 00 do. Baltimore, july 27?tf FREDERICK A. WOODWORTH, IMPORTEROF 1UC11 FANCY GOODS, 325 Broadway, Ntw York. FA Ni, Musical Boxes, Work Boxea, Dressing Cases, Travelling Case*, Writing Desks, Bo hemian Glass-ware. Card Canes, Souvenirs, Port folios, Pocket Books, Purse*. Reticules, Work Tables. Work Baskets,and Card Receivers,?Pape torie*. Fine Bronae Groups and Statuette*, Liqueur Pases, Snuff Boxes. Scgar Cases, Biscuit Groups ; Richly decoiatcd Porcelaine Vase*, Toilet Bottlea and ornaments of every description, for mantels, Consoles, Ktagercs find Boudoirs; Accordions, Me chanical Toys, Parasols and Suu-shadea; Walk ing Canes, Fancy Stationery, Ojiera Glasses, Choice Perfumery, Toilet Comb* aud Brushes, Head Ornaments, Si'ver Gilt Service*, Ready Pen Makers, Napkin Rings, Camera Opticaa, etc., ju'y 24 tf Wholesale and Retail. SMUTT MACHINES?SMUTT MACHINES. TOHNSTON'S Patented Improvement of Young J and Clark's Patent Smutt Machine*, conatantly on hand and for sale, for rash, by the subscriber. The capacity of these machines to do the work properly, i* too wall known to naed any n?wspap? i Cuffing; all that is needed to insure rapid sake, ia tc "* the place pointed out where they can at al timee be bad. For aale by the subacriber, 17, Liah street, Baltimore. ^ july 27- tf JOSIAH RICHARDSON. that can aeeru# J*"!**?* wiu be produced y.v tkem. Aiin Rheu W, 8pU~, UHr. or ' Aort, h ?1J other cases for ihemael called and was superior ti* EXTRACT? il _ WeJJar'i Patent Japan Mktekmff is the mini -of an excellent article; we have scon U ueed, and can | highly recuuitneud it? N. American, April 16. ?; Weliar't Blacking U 0091 ? satisfactory articlea of Ike day. lHjpelOa aad polish beyond description. We !?.?>? 'Go ud do like wias.'?Spirit of Iha TM?* Aynl By refersnos to another column, an will be found for an excellent article at a Liquid form for Boot*, <Scc. It baa keen recommended by many who have tried iL It only B>*ee, with very little uoohle, a bemdifitijet puli*h, but retain* it much longer then any other. It waold by the Agent of the Manufacturer at No. 6ft, Cheenot ?treat. Buy a bottle, one trial will prove the fact.?Phil. Ledger, April 43. Wellnr't JUmMng ts en*o# I | clea in the market.?Spirit of Ike Times, ApnlS. Patent Blacking.?Mr. J. Wellar, No. SO, Che* nut 8t., baa prepared a Patent Lipoid Blacking, which prodocea a bsaotifaf jet Polish, and does not bHure the leather. Tboee who woo Id bare apotlah ed understanding should Aad the advortissinsnt iu another column.?U. & Ga setts, May 1. WeUar's Patent Japan Blacking is about the beat article of the kind we have seen. The jxi'tth which it imperta to the underttanding* at men Is brilliant and testing: we have tried it and if'foots u? to say all this in its bshaK. ?Evening Ballet in. June 7th. , The Manufacturer can produce numerous testi monials similar to tbe above, from private individual* and from other papers, but Ike above extracts are sufficient to ooavinoe say perssn that the maiMAfc turer ha* not exaggerated; but Unit upon a fair trial tbe Blacking wi^ be found as represented, excellent in every reroect J. WELLAR, Manufacturer, No. 50, Chesnnt street, Philadelphia. CHARLES 8VOTT, earner Peon. Avenue arid 7th street, Agent for Washington, D. C. july 16?if ' 'tifiOT'VS ROUGH AND READY ?AND SOAP) ^ *'l AND 4 ' TABLETS H. anting a fa?aoTdelktly Wkit^ "?d r0fl#b*M Ledies Riding, Gardening, or Painting, and Gen tlemen Sh^gT?S, nM^OAcMat, Howing, drc^ or nay lantania?t nr sinlhsi iwju wM1 *** ***** BOi?H AND READY WASH BALLS and pteaalngtyMBcaciou* in removing all" redness, and all other cutaneous did venting and tendering tbe skin soft, Mr, and From "rmhinstbiti of Filismin mgrem ente introduced into lbs oomporition, tbey form a Sue Creamy Lather, with the hardeet or Sen Water EtJX'StSwt freshing senaatfon, and will b* found aiTexcelient substitute for the Flesh Brush. 1 fecop>a,ended to Captains of ships, Merchants, and all who trads with foreign countries, as ihey will retain their virtue in any cli mate. For sale by CHA& 8TOTT. ?w + ?. ?alnts, pita, and Paint Brushes, Ac. .The subscriber hss Just received a large and h "PP'T^ FAINTS, OILS, die, part of wkish are named below. They are guaranteed tu be pun and food, and from the best manufactories. AH persons wanting rach articles would find if to their advantage to call, ae I am determined to sstt towOr than'similar artiotss can bo got at aayotbsr otooa in this city. . ' 360 kegs White Lead 120 lbs. Chrome Green 180 lbs, Chrome Yellow 90 I be. Chrome Bed 100 lbs. Pure Verdsgris S Si . 100 lbs. Paris Green, dry 60 lb* do. do. inba \Al*rgt assortment jfPmitU and White VVaeh ,. _ > Bruehee. 1000 lbs. Putty se4?a^MTOICINES. 3? Schwarti?'a So Hoaok.*s Panacea Swaim'a 4, TheJS^k^T!**1^ Ca?tp?.Bd a JSLZSETJ?. Merit, ami may SI if* * Ap0th Mnwr ^ 7Ut dt Pa av.' Ir&OO pounrikVIL'm, For sale fay CH AS. STOTT, mayiatf Dnl? * AP?*? ?>?? & Pa. IT. may VARNISH." " * da do *??**?? do do leather do ?* ia' llvo gallon Una by ' CHAS STOTT, Sl tfDru??n*lApoibcon?srof7lkfcPa?.. 1 m^t medicated in the whara waiatiaa .or ?nwmn SfuL^oTmlib^?- ^U Mr "* n?y Si tf CHARLES STOTT. i DNf 4 ApoUt sorasr 7tk *Ti ??.