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WASHINGTON CITY, D.C. SATURDAY, AUG. 7, 1847
NO. 94
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* AI D AND COMFORT"
TOTRKEIVKMT.
POLK'S PAHH TO MANTA ANNA.
The Commander of our Naval fore** in the
Gulf is hereby directed not to tMrwl ike u%u
?age of Gen. Anroim Lores ok Santa Anna
and suite to Mexico should h?* desire 10 mure
JAMESK POLK
May 15, I84G.
Pott's admusion of having granted Ike pmm.
'When orders were issued 10 the ("ou.iuan
der of our Naval forces in the Qulf, on the l&k
day of May last, only two days after ike en*,
tence of the war had been recognized by Co*
Eess to place the coast ol Mexico under
ockade, he teas directed not to obetruet thr mm
?Polk's Annual Menage to Vougreee, Lte$ 7, ??.
It remains to be seen whether his return may
not yet prove favorable to a pacific adjustment
of existing difficulties.?Ibid.
' What hat been seen.
?,A"'-r Mo????T.-Sepiember 21, 88.
5?' ~ r~ hr?f day" hafd fighting 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 in killed and wound
ed?Fire Hundred 1
Battle of Bo kit a Vista.?February 22d
23d, between Gen. Zachary Taylor with five
thousand volunteers, and SatUv Anna am
mantling a Mexican force of twenty
men?resulting in the total overthrow of the
enemy?loss of the Americans in killed and
wounded?Seven Hundred!
Fall or Vkka Cam, and ihe Castle of (Jl
joa, March ?9th, 1847, alter 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!
Batti.k or Ceaao Goami?April 17th and
I8th, two days hard fighting, between (4en.
Scott with twelve thousand men, and Santa
Anna commanding a picked Mrriran force of
twenty thousand, resulting in the overthrow of
the enemy?loss of the Americans in killed
and wounded?Tiro Hinulrr.d ond Fifty.
t*i umphTn t s ucc K?ai ~~
/CONSUMPTIVES, remember that it u Thorn
y ?o?,? Compound Syrup of Tar and
Wood Naphtha, which ii daily effecting such
remarkable cures in pulmonary consumption,
asthma, bronchitis, spitting blood, pain in the side
and breast, sore throat, hourseuens, palpitation of
the heart, whooping cough, croup, nervous (pe
rnors, hives, liver complaint, diseused kidneys,
Therefore beware of all spurious mixtures of
Tar or Naphtha, and purchase of the advertised
agents only.
ANOTHER WONDERFUL CUBE?
Philaiiklphia, April 9. l$4B.
Last August a year, I caught a violont cold, iu
consequence of getting 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, bowerer, I daily grew worse; a
violent cough set in, then pain in my breast and
between my shoulders, f now suffered great op
pression from the great secretion of purulent mat
ter itvmylungs. I became greatly alarmed; and
friends considered my situation extremely
critical, the more so as loss of appetite, hectic
n'(?h' sweats rendered me as weak as
a child and at night the sweat literally poured off
m ? ,7^* my condition whdn 1 commenced
using << Thomson's Compound Symn of Tar and
Wood Naphtha." I procured one bottle, and u
perieaead so muoh benefit that I resolved to con
tinue it. It is now six months since I ceased using
the medicine, and tfc* cure remains perfect. I
firmly believe this medicine is far superior to
every other remedy for Consumption of the Lunes.
CHAMBERLAIN, No. 8, Carberry street.
^Affirmed and subscribed this 9th day of April,
1846, ptfbrft ma.
*om* Swivr, Mayor of Philadelphia.
PJ* This invaluable remedy is prepared only
by Angney jt Diokioson, (successor of S. P.
Thomson) Philadelphia.
_ Charles Stott, Washington, B.
* COrn*r Baltimore and Hanover
streets, Baltimore; Duval k Purceil, Richmond,
Virginia. Price 60 cents, or six bottles, *2 50.
Cf? Avoid all pretended imitations.
DR. WOOD?S 8AR8APAJULLA AND
WILD CHERRY BITTERS.
For the Permanent Removal of nil suck Di*
eases as take their rise in an Impure Blood,
Impaired Digestion, Morbid state of
the Liver and Stomach, Weakness
of the Nervous System, and a
disordered Habit of
Constitution Gen
erally.
A THREEFOLD VIRtUE.-By promoting
circulation, strengthening the system and
itating digestion, Dr. Wood's Sarsaparilla and
Wild Cherry 1 litters will restore the most confirm
ad invalid to health. Where either these effect!
are necertftrv to the restoration, the " Bitters '
will be foftnd to possess eranr quality desired
They have been used already with the grratesi
success, in teeny obstinate cases of impurity of th<
blood, nervous irritation, Dyspepsia, low spirits
Sorofula, palpitation of the heart, chronie head
ache and Rheumatism. They are indeed a happi
combination of powerftrf, yet safe and saluUn
vegetable remedies, of a sterling and unirapeach
able reputation. They hava won their popularity
soUly by their intrinsic merits, and tkat they havi
been suooessAil, numerous eertiAoates in thi
hands of the proprietor, and the greatly increasing
sales fully attest. Thoee desirous of an agreeabh
yet efficient tonic or alternative medicine, neet
tfcU prBparft,iw ^ wil
Sold Wholesale and Retail by Wtatt St Kit cm
a* 111 Fohon Sraet, N. Y. CHARLLS STOTT
yd by Droggins generally through
?nt the IL 8. Price <1. Large h,?ule?
4~M HOFFAR, DENTIST, u street, fin
.doors above Pean. avenv?, east side.
K. T. ADVERTISEMENTS.
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AmI* ia ?? ?? WHITKEY.
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tiffaffy, YOUNG, Ac ELLIS.
MpacthUly mmummm ** +*> **? ?*?* +*
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WITH Marty M? mtm. , ..
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it an4 rfchne- limn baa. eaer kaaa nhMfd ?
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rurnh In i Terra Com; Pwin Maahaj BraMsd,
r^TTTnTSTilt mil Wm nab iU
Mi Caaa* Work Bmm; **.|Catly -4
ftiael Ooode; Pim and PaMy ewwwyi Pe?fam
rJSgfS^Ss
Maa Oaafc, p?ab.My thaa?tf eWiM*aandlM??i
Act eoUaeUo. aarr aa* e?t ef JafM.
To llM.bMT tbay mm aid
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to >**? Arww w **??*** wl *?e,le^"
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TMr Jewelry Pyn?* ?** *? ?*' *? ""
of Mr. Thomas OraM Banks.
#71 Bwa4w?y,easMrefCha?hnra*.
july *t?rf
NEW FAl<t <JOOI>8.
J. A. UWDKMWOOn,
A* RECEIVED BY BEC'BNT AEKlVAl*
. FROM EUROPE.*?id ?.H ?"."??? *'????"
UwMMMdl'MkMMMlMWaMl'f _
p,>bWnet end Thread Up* ??* Ed|??v
Wfla
Muslin end Edging* *** . .
4-4 g-4 Muck and ?*??? p*u and fc??y
M*
4-4 Mack Hilk N*e. plain and 6?ured
Black Hilk Imm to* iruMniufe
^ wbk# ?* ?*???*
ft.lk Uhm . , .
M^n'. .mi worn-.'. ?Mk.
Hpp ii Olo??a
Pimjr C\MUin Mm?? ??^ Ot"""
Bltck, ?hrt'' ?'><! o"**^ I-*4*
CblldrMl't Wlk Mm. Md OMl|M.
1-4 and 1-4 long Silk Um Mhi. and OWwaa.
do do chUdran'a 4a ??
Rltck aod ohita Hlik HaJwy
d? do Span da
Hilk Bhir<* and Diawara
Black and Taney Balin V?*????
Fancy HUk Ciataw
I.wlW Fancy ??k Handkarckirfa
fancy Bonnrunga
Fa?ry Bilk and Matin Tii?mia?a, war and
cunflncd ftylaa
Biviriin Oimpi
Bullion and7b? Pn..?. I ** ? H
incbM, iu graal vaiiaiy, mm* "*J ???*
Men's and woaaaa'a Thibat and CartinMt
Ohwaa
Childrrn'a Thibat and Cartiaiara Olo?aa
Meo'a baa?y Woollao (Woaaa
do CbanoU linad Berlin Olovaa
Wonted 8hawla, in great eartatf
do Cravate or Comforta,
Wonted Hooda, in graal *ariaty
Children's do
Children'a Mufla, P'lerin^., Bnaa, 4k.
P3" All of w|M6h are oflarad *w aaU en t^aM
favorahle terms. )aly tt ti
$500 REWARD.
THE above reward will be paid to any pa?*i
who will restore to bar dteaunaataia aaaNla.
their daughter. MARY FOX, or an half af said
reward for such information aa will \m&
m Said Mary left her school about ? P. M*
th. m ft#?. !<*7; rn tz
not been *pn. ^ is only) ft y?ar?<* ??
? inchN. black hur, until black tjf** rmtliff wk*
pooling lips, rt d chefka, email faalww, pWtj and
quite girlish in appaaranaa. Bka waeei a amM
plaid calico drees, Dink, purple and blua; Waft *
rape and apron, black gaitar boots, pink silk 'l??i"4
hat, and giaan vail; two ma'l chased '?*?f iia|K
a gold pencil attached to a black cord, and bar naUa
quite short from biting tham. It w ??fBnf<y mm
ppcud that she baa bpen abducted kya f^m
named Michael, alia. Martp Hal*. ?M?erlyJtaprt^
tor of a Bowling Saloon, located Mar Ha. W
Broadway, opposite the Franklin Houae, who at?
scondcd about th#t Hm? from tbi? aHy, daaarting hie
wife and leaving b??r entirely dratilnte of mpftoH
Said Hare ia about M yean of age. no whiskers
fair complexion, and rathar genteel appealsaes
He was seen lurking in tba neighborhood of bar
school a short time previous, diaguiaed with ialar
4rh(skers.
A sister of H#ra. n?med Margaret, waa removed
by him from a bearding school aBo|jt the tjma of ibe
abduction, and ia ?upi oeed to be with tbeoi. She
is described aa followa:?Vary dait hair, almost
b!ack; dark akin, gray eyas, prominent ayatiowa, a
small scar on one eyebrow, ? small sear on tba rtgM
cheek a. if mada by email pa*, a ?
nali upon thp end of tba nasa, naarty an hrt hi
Umgth, tba tMthnaxt to tba ftnt Jo^rfa tooth -a
the leftside aftha face goMi sha kraboelweaoleea
yean of age. .. ' ^ . .
Any information to be immediately i uinmauM*!
?], by ttlfffbh, If p???lbl?t to W. lff?ta*IL
Chiaf of PoHor, ?f"W York, Who la aulborbed H
pay tba pbora reward. jj^e
gentlnella blanketing.
K 4 AND ?? Inch Getitlnalla Blanketing, <* i
54 -rk"^eawftaaefc
jy 80 It1 35 PIm Strsat, K. I
NEW GOODS.
FOR FALL TRADE
or 1847.
ALLEN, IIAZEN & CO.,
92 Exchakgk Pi.ace,
Have received by late arrivals
and will continue lo receive by Packet* and
Mleemers frail Europe, a very targe and well select
ed rtncfc of
Knglish, French Fancy and Staple
DRY OOOD8,
Adep'e.l to the appruaching reason, con?isting in
pan of the (allowing artidee, vis:
DRK88 GOODS.
Cas1 mete d'Ecoose, (Jain and twill atrip and
plaid : Plaid Oregon*, new paUerna and aup. quality
rich colors; Rich Plaid Victoria*, ailk and wool, high
RICH VESTINGS.
Figured Silk, Valeet, plain and fancy colored rich
Armaee, Silk Verting* bla k and colored striped and
tdaid p attires, and design*; Rich Ceahmera do;
Biaafc and tilind striped and plai<l Satin* do. of ev
i ery a*y la and price.
WOOLLEN NET SHAWLS.
A my large amorttnent from lowert to higheat
eanabtiaf Is port of the following atylea, vis?
Now York, Portagal, Brampton, Washington, Turk
ish, Moafrvej, Pyraoeai; Palo Alto, See. Ac. <Stc., as
wall aa away others, all of which are entirely new
? thia market.
FRENCH KID CLOVES.
A moot complete asenriment of men'a and wo
men's Prench Kid Gloves, of all colore, atylea and
pricaa; also a large variety of men'a Buck and wo
man's and man's Castor Gloves.
BONNET AND CAP RIBBONS.
A large and wall aaiactsd stock of tha newest and
colon and dasigna, comprising alt
?ILK CRAVATS.
4 Pancy SUk Cravala. a large variety of
new atylea; alao Polka Cravat*, Cashmere Mufflers,
a*e. etc.
8PITAI.FIELD &ILK HDK8.
Plain and Twill Silk Rdlw,*light and dark madder
color*; real India and Britirtt torshs, 30 inch ?quire;
< 'hina Car da and Twills, beautiful styles; also,
White, Crunsoo, and Colored Brocade do.
FRENCH SrSPENDERS.
i An amoMsaant of antirely now aty las.
PRENCH CRAPES.
Including the difle ent quantities of Black, Col
?aad and Wkili.
SILK GLOVES.
I Man'* and womeh'a, of all k.nda, spun and line
?Nk.
SILK GIMPS AND FRINGES.
! A beautiful aaaortmsnt of Black and Mole col'd
O aapa and Ptwg< a of all widtha, styb-e and prices.
Ah.., Fancy oal'd and Blaek Silk Girdle-.
< CASHMERE AND THIBET GLOVET.
A large aaanrtmant of all pricee. Also, heavy
ribh'd Woollen do.
CASHMERE SHAWLS.
; Rich ?n4 high colored, and moatly frnta loweat to
I WORSTED COMFORTERS AND CRAVATS,
1 HOODS, ETC.
A vary large variety of Comforters and Cravats
af stylos anikslf nam in thi? market. Alaa, a com
ai?t? aaaanmrat at Wrasd and Woollen H >o?ls
M Ma, Baata. O alien. Cape, Boaa, Coat*, Diosaaa,
Ha. ate.
WINTER HOSIERY, ETC.
Compriemg a fall aasortmeat of a*n's, women's
and aMMren's Wonted and Woollen Hosiery of av
ihseripOun. Alao, t hiita and Drawers of al
MORAVIAN COTTON HOSIERY,
?4 all priaas and real Moravian Bine dye.
IMVCRIAL COTTON HOSIERY.
Blaah, slate and Mods colore. A full aaaortnwnt
TAILORS TRIMMINGS.
Block and colored MUh Twiat, Veat Bindings, col
aly *0 If
PAVILION,
KW BRIO*!?**, STATES I ALAND,
Hrw York.
THE Proprietor bee* la inform hia friends and
tha ptthUe, that he has made oomiderahla
improvements ta thi? establishment tinea tha last
tnaaan. Ha has erected a large building contain
ing 79 mama, altngnthar di*connaetad from tha
asatn body af tha Pavilion. Theaa rooms ar? in
tended for gentlemen only j they arc of a toiufor -
able aiaa, light and well ventilated, and sapartor
I in all reapoeta to thaaa which are generally deno
: minatad single rooms In tha variaut watering pla
ces dtrouglioi.t the eountrj.
Tha Proprietor is now ready to treat with fami
liaa or parlies wish tag ta engage rooma for the
soaaoa. Lallan addreaaad ta him at tha City Ho
tel, Broadway, will he iauncdiatoly attended lo
{ A steamboat mas between New Vatrk and New
Brighton, Ml the following houre, Tin:
fVern Me BetgMen. Fiem Mrik Pitt, MFart.
At land II A M At?, P.M and 18.
t - ft SO P.M. S 1-9, 5. AC, P M
More frequent cpawh'tnleaMow nill he eatab
I liahed a* tire aeaaon e<fvenc*s.
The Pavilion ia ready far the reception of com
pany F BI.ANt HARD.
| may l???f
I. 8TOUVENEL k CO.,
j AV 89 (Md 0*4 A? 3 Inks Hrttl
New Y?rk.
If AWUPACTl'BEKB. WHOLESALE and
nlvi" nKAI'KHS
cmMi, OLJMM, JMV I-Mips,
for all and lard.
Oi* Fixtiiiw firy de*rrijflion, flkiiir wm)
Ciwlililtf, Imp.
with One, at ? giant ridnetWm ia prtee, and ali
^xtrthe ahUe'artilaSr'IIwZ to erder, aad all
I nmiu ani
m* gpnalg f
Oil si wMaaale and retail
New rtyiaef Hall iMfa and I ii.ni
ilooiil co.
C LOTHIKR8 AND DEALKRS
((OTNI.CA?MBKR(M? VMTIM*.
a. 116natl IIB Hni)dnN, A I.
COtHII Of (tTMMW
ATE aa hand a vary lasws IttMiK
r^tv made t kahmg. jwst i
JfKtr PJFEM HJAUIYVM
AND WINDOW BHAl>RS
CHOLASPfKB* rO .JIa mPeertW
A
STEAM PRESS BRICKS.
REMARKABLE e?idenc* f the superior
XX ?treugih of thfi e Brick* may b" witness, d at
the Athenasum, where nearly 600 D00 have ton
delivered within the laet two Months, and yet thu
entire waste from thi? large quantity would scarcely
611 a common cart.
PRICES AT THE KILN WHARF.
Run of the kiln, per m, #8 all ?ch. 6 50, arch
anS^ed, $7; all red, 7 60; deli**red at L'ght street
or Pratt street wharf at 50 cente p r m additional,
or at ?ny part of the city according to distance
Double pressed Fronts, ?urb sa are now laid at
the Atherissum, light red for cMeing fire place*, lay
ing hearths or floors of oven*, f' 0 per m.
Hard ba s, per two horse loads, $1 50.
FIRE BKlCKS, the beat known for blast Fur
naces, *20 to #85 per tn, or *3 60 lo *3 per hun
dred according to size.
Refer to Peter Mowel. Munson Iron Works; Jno.
Barker, 8. M. Fales, Baltimore; John Gamb.r.Mid
dletown, Pa., and many others. Address
FRANCIS H. SMITH, Baltimore.
july 27?if
t
?<*HE MERCHANTS ?HOT TOWER COM
. PANY respectfully inform the trade that they
have rcmoyid to the Tower, oojtner of Front and
Fayette strata, (formerly known as the Phcenix)
and have on hand a lull assortment of Drop and
Buck Shot, all sizea; Bar and Pig Lead, etc., etc., to
which they invite the attention of purchasers. They
also offer for sale their premises and Buildings on
Eutaw street, together with an Eight Horse Engine
and Boiler, in go.?l running order. Persons 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 New York our full
supply of Groceries, Teas, Wines, Liquors,
&c., 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, Lflgiiysa, Bio, & St Domingo Coffee
25 whole and half barrels Buckwheat
15 bags Buckwheat
20 boxes Colgate's Starch
25 whole and half bbls. Nos. 1, 2 and 3 Mackerel
5 quintal* Codfish
25 boxes Scotch Herrings, large size
111 dozen Nos 1 and 2 Alicante Matt
35 kegs superior Goshen Butter
30 do do Glades do
50 boxes Sperm Candles
20 nests flour and painted Pails
30 dozen Brooms
6 do Whisks
10 nests 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 Catsup
10 bsfekcts Salad Oil
500 gallons winter-strained and Lard Oil
20000 Cigars, of our own importation
SIMMS St SON,
GQODY pAR'S PATENT JNSOLUBLF
India Rtibbvr Fat>vies J! J
MB. STEVENS (late Fish St Co) has
, for sale a great variety of India Rubber
Goods; such as Cloaks, Coat*. Beds, Hanertackt.
Saddle Bags, Paper File Hotter*, Door Spring?,
Sic. Sic. In fact, nearly every article made fr m
India Rubber on hand, or procured at two or three
Also, ? full assortment of BLACK & WHITE
HATS, of the various fabric* now in vogue.
... - STEVBNOf (haanlH* B Uni^
Gent's Outfitting Store, No. 1 Brown's Hotel.
teas, teas.
Washington, D. C.
Agency of the N o w Y P r U
CANTON TEA COMPANY.
largest and oldest Tea Esiablisinent in America.?
The public have had lull proof of their integrity and
responsibility. But such has been the great and
pressing demand for their TEAS of late, that I hey
have been obliged to enlarge, to a great extent,tneir
two principal establishments in BJpw York, vif:
196 CHATHAM AND 163 GREENWICH
STREETS.
They moreover possess facilities, in relation to the
Tea Trade, in a very abundant degree, and doubt
leas, 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
dent ood, and bg? already aectjrpd ihtfni a connec
tion, probably, larger than all otlwr T*?a Establish
ment* united, and they consequenily are determined
to sell Teas purer, more fragrant, and perfect for
the prices, in the aggregate, than any house in the
work!?China excepted.
Tbey most zealously invite the attention of the in
habitant* of WASHINGTON, D. C., to their
Agency, whfre the following assortment* are always
on hand; and they feel no hesitation in stating that
wherever a tingle trial is made, a very decided pre
ference is given to the celebrated Teas of the CAN
TON TEA COMPANY.
(?? Reader, make the experiment!
Kcfil l+im at follow*, nMfet it) all rmi to be
returned if not approved of?
GREEKS.
Good YOUNG HYHON, $0 60 per lb.
Fine do 0 62 ^ "
Na. 2 fragrant do 0 75 "
No 2 very line do I 0" ?*
Silver leaf. do I *6 "
tiu.nl HYSON, ? 7ft "
Very fine do I 00 ?
Extra fragrant, I 26 -
Oaod HYMON SKIN, 0 60 ' ?
(food )MPi;RIA|., 0 76 "
Va?y fin* 1 00 "
Exira Cm <ta 126"
Owd OUNPOWIMB. 0 76 ?
fM do I 00
Kitfli Cn? U I 35 "
BLACKS.
IU I *0rt:H0K4i, fti 60 per lb
Ut do ? BS) ?'
fiaaM tM A TA *
Pnsraat FOW('HONI), , various priree.
CONGO, variooa pn?e*.
Vwe OOLONG. 0 60 -
Very Am 4* 0 7ft ?
Cliia Awe lis I 00 * j
MKGVoNO, I*?- I
fmm ENGLUiH BKBAKFAST
TEA. 'vwy rwh N*? Aa*<wad) ? 7?
Fws ORANGE PEKOE, 0 ??
rtoaiPCKoK rLowBM, too
MOWtdl 4. sr Aiim* M?ek Tea im
?astad, I M *?
fee pfee w|tr* TM, k?h Urten and
?laik, 1 oil d*.? r?rt??..a, the
MaM gwAai frown to
t ktaa, ?l AM Mf Nk
0 TAU ><*T10R ?--THE CANTON TBA
<\?at?'ANl ?s ardkMMr vend# >? of the sap*
Mi Mm* 1'nflM -HOWt^iA * MLXTt PR."
I tssy i?iiidwi'*< * m Km**"?% ? ISA*-?eei every
Mfce* fm*? ar i**ase |MA*satfM "eA tSe saaaa ai
Ok. aMA'laaa M a W<wr |*M Maa?.i Sm atiwmry
aa Ak* |MAIsr ihamsless wttl i??. kr ^sifsiwa
? '?fAa? M to MHaMRC
hMV Sm aMsay al usaiasas mi sli>a. r?. aad the
BRITISH Ml' GOODS.
? RIGGS, JENKINS &. CO. j
No- 33, William-street, W. * ?
HAVE in ""tore and now landing. an extensive ;
asoriment of Staple and Fancy fi.>ods, sdapf
ed to the fall trode |
STUFF GOODS.
ORLEANS CLOTHS? Black, colored and fancy, j
in great vari' ty, . .
ALPACCA LUSTRES?Of superior finish, in all
qualities, , .
SILK WARP ALPA0CA8?From law to fine
PI AID LUSTRES?Mourning and high colored, i
BLACK MOHAIR CHECKS?Caledonians, ,
811,K STRIPED- LUSTRES?Plain anl twilled,
THIBET CLOTHS?Single and double twilled,
BKNO \L 8TRIPES? Silk figuied Cashmeres
DRESS GOODS.
MOUSLIN DE LAINES?Mourning and fancy,
CASHMERE D'ECOSSE?Gingliun Rolws.
23 and 30 inch OlN?HAMS?Earieatoa and
OREGON,' CALIFORNIANS AND BUENA
VHTA8
TARTAN PLAlDSMSilk and Silk and Coitmi.
j VI* TORI A CASH ER?S?New and ??&uad'.i
3-4 ^"*4-4 PR IN TS?Cliint*. Mourning ?nd
Furniture.
MEN'S WEAR.
CLOTHS?Wool black* and blurt, ?f auperior
VALENCIA, Cashmere and Silk figured Veitinga,
SERGES, 3-4 ?nd 64. a complete sssortment,
34 and 6-4 WOLLKN PLAIDS, for lining*.
LAMA SILECIAS,.elected colon. Black=?'???!??
INDIGO BLUE PILOTS, BED PADDINGS,
Ac., Ac. _ 3u'ya0 tf_
~ TOOKKR, MEAD & CO.,
35 Pine street, New Vnrk. j
OFFER for sale on favorable terms?
Gentinella Blue Blanketa, I
do do Blankets,
Fancy end Duflill & Twilled BlanlttU,
Dark Blue a. d Green Mackinaw do, |
Pilot and Beaver Cloth*,
:t-4 anil 6-4 Rod Padding*,
3-4 and 6-4 Worst, d Serges,
6 4 Alpacca* and Oilean* < loth*,
Earle.-ton Gingham*.
Super Wove Ora^on*,
British Long Cloths,
Gala Plaids,
8-4 Tartan Shawls,
Drab, Scarlet and assorted Damasks,
ALSO, n full and complete assortment of Dun
dee Linen*. ' ' _ ?>* 20 lL
"DAW ES <fc B ARKER,
30 Mm Mtreet, JYew York.
Hosiery, Cravats, Suspende-s,
Shirts, Glove*. Collar*, Ac.
Under Shirt* and Dowers of every kind, wholesale
and retail.
Francis If. Daws*, John G. Bahkr*.
july 22?tf
FLOOR OIL. CLOTHS.
PPARKMAN A KELSEY,
So. 285 Broadway, oppntjte BUwart't, K Yi<rk.
OFFER AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL A
very large assortmont of Fioon Oil (.loth*
in every variety of quality and style- Their new pa
terns surpass any other in the market, in richncss
of coloring and t-euuty ..f design, and the original
drawings have been secured by Lrlleri I alent, to
prevent other dealers or manufacturers from copy
ing the same. The following comprises our present
Mite oi patterns:
Oriental* Grecian cross
Tapestry scrolls, Antique marble
Gothic puvements Gothic octagon do
Marble tile Arabesque do
Egyptian marble Mosaic do
Ita ian do Peraian patterns
Dove and white do Bop^qet do
New Trinity pattern Trcaeelatea do
Rich tfothic do Queen of the May,
yine do Drib wid chintx scroll
Ruby and chintt do Ac. Ac. Ac.
y B ?2000 ysrds Old Stock, with borderj, yery
I heavy goods, superior, b?t old patterns, selling at
j low rates. . .
| CARPETWGS.
A choice assortment of Tapestry Brussels, Threo
Ply and Ingrain
y CARPETINGS, .
of entirely new patterns, selected expressly for city
retail trade.
May_14 _U" ^
SfLENPiP ANfl FASHIONABLE CAB.NET Fl R?
N1TORE.
E. W. HUTCHINGS & CO.
475 Broadway, JVeic \ork,
( Between Grand and Broome streets.)
HAVING just completed their assortment of the
most elegant and fashionable Cabinet furni
ture in the city, consisting of ancient and modern
and Parisian style* so much in vogue at the present
day which have been got up under their own super
intendance and inspection, and warranted equal to
any in ih city, in every respect. Those who jntpn^
purchasing this season, are jnvitfid to call and exam
ine their assortment before making their selection
elsewhere. _ j"1?
FRENCH PAPER HANGINGS,
WINDOW SHADES
AND UPHOLSTERY GtjODS.
qOLQMAN HART, 2*3 Broadway, opposite the
P?rk, have just received in store per the late ar
rivals from Fiance their assortment of Paper Hang
ings and Borders, which for variety and styles are
un-nrpassed. They have bven splpct?d |n Pari# by
on? of the firm, and compose the newest patterns
for parlors, beil rooms and halls, embracing new de
scriptions in gold, silver and fresco, particularly
adapted for rooms in this city.
Their stock of Window Shsdes are now also com
plete, having been selected and painted by the most
celebrated artists in Paria, and consistng of the new
est designs and at prices lower than have heretofore
been offered.
8. & fl. vrotyld also beg to csll the attention of
familiea to their stock ot Upholstery Goods, which
will be found to coapst of every article in their line,
embracing the beat selected assortment of material
for furniture covering and Window Curtains, with
Trimming", Corni<es, Ac., to correspond.
Wholesale (feelers s?ppl ed on liberal terms.
N B This establishment always closed on Sat
urdays. * july 24-tf
B
K AN DIES ?Veiy fine old Goddard; do Orard,
Dunuy A Co; do Henneaeey; do C"?mp?in;
do Ssserack; do J. J- Dunuy.
WINES?J me o1*! Howard. IV.nrch ? t>o. Ma
deira. do Constitution do, do Reserve do, do Brah
man do, do Blackburn do, do I.ondo.. Particular do,
do Wanderer do, do Clay do, do Harmony do, do
Monteiro do, do Bud do. do Rapid do, dq Gampa
neiro do. do Amontillado Pale Sherry, do Smith,
Wood bouse 4 < 'o.'s. Pale and Brown Sherry, do
I?ohodo do, do London Dock Port, do T. J. Smith, j
IIarmor y do. Champagne, favorite brands.
A large assortment oi Bordeaux, Claret and other j
French Wiiiee, Hock Win. a, Tokay, Constant is,
Johaoneelwrger, lie., Ike.
Hermitage, Red and White Burgundy, In boxes,
'p'a^kVy ROBERT GRACIE,
july 24 tf 11> Broad street, N.Y
JOSEPH B. WEST,
GLASS STAIN ER AND ENAMFXLER.
QT.MSED GLASS for Churches, Private
' * Dwellings arid Public Buildings, Sieam and
" Packet stupe, Ac. Ac., 497 Bowery.
I M. B. Olaee of evety col.?r and shade conatanuj
I <m hand. Also. Hall Lamps of various styles ant
dtoie eonetantly on hand. Aleo. Hall Lamps o
SMtiM styles and patterns, for pfivat* dwellings.
I New Yeekj^ ?tf i
GU1\S AND PISTOLS.?Just received and
now opening?
150 tingle barrel Guns, J stock, percussion lock*,
"low priced."
100 fiingle barr.l do, rib'd imita, wire ha r re la,
back action luck*.
50 double birrel ?loimila. wire hack action liirka.
50 double barrel tun* do real patent breech.
<lo real twirt and pitant do
500 paira Pocket Piatols. "low priced," from 81c.
per pr to $4,50. '
ft. B. About ?0 double harrei Gun*, slightly
damsged, which will be miU very low. Gunsmiths
will find it to their iniereat to examine the n; lor aale
by NE WBOULD & RUSSELI.,
No. 140 Fui'on street, New York, between Broad
way and Naaaau si., importer* of Hnrdware and
0un'- julp 27 tf.
E. W. TRYON <fc CO., '
TAILORS,
237 Brnuduny, corner Park Place, up ilaira.
Are receiving ihe newest style* of goods and fash
ion* by every steam -r.
' July 24?tf
PI A N O P ORTES.
. .Vein York.
tJ" wepectfliffy Informs his I
LJL ? friends and the public that he has opened a
8bow Room on the ground floor of his man n factory,
No. 137 Third Avenue, near the corner of 14ih
street, where he has a good assortment of Plan*
Fortes from ? to 7 octaves, in Rosewood and Ma
hagany Cases, which he offers on the most reason
able term*. Not having snv sale* room excepting
at his manufactory, he is enat.led to superintend the
manufacture of his instruments and trusts that they
will compare favorably with any others in market.
Professor*, Amateurs, and tbe pubhc are invited
to call and examine for themselves.
July 87?tf
TO MERCHANTS, MERCHANT
tailors, AND CLOTHIERS.
WILSON G. ffUJYT Sf Co., '
JVo. 82 William si., corner of Maiden lane,
JVetv Fork.
IMPORTERS of every description of Goods
J. adapted to MEN'8 WEAR, invite the attention
?f the Trade to their New Autumn Style, which
they offer by the Piece or Package at the lowest
prices; consisting of
Mackinaw Blanket*, Pilot Cloths, and Flushing*.
Belgium, German, French and English Cloths,
direct fiom the most celebrated manufactures in Eu
rop*.
American Cloth, and Caasimerea, low and super
fine by tbe piece or package.
84 and 3-4 Doeskin in Ca*airoeres, black and co
lored silk serge*
New Styles Merino, Vafenlia and Satin Vesting*
Hiding Cords, Lyons, Velvets, black Julian Cra
vats.
Plaid Lining*, all wool and Union Fabrics
Red Padding*, Tabby Velvets and Velveteens
Mazourka and Alpaca serges, black and colored
Plaid Canidn Lining*, Brown Hollamla
Single and double niiU'd Tweeda and heavy coat
ing*
English Silesias and Caabans, all colors and ?ua
lities *
Thread' Twi*!' ,u,,a" 8l'wing? and Marshall's
july 27?tf
WATER cure.
LANCASTER CO., PEJYJV.
TP T,rppHRATA HYDROPHATIC IN8TI
. . J" 1,1 fUccft"fnl operation under the
direction ot Dr. F. Liissaino, who has bad the
advantage of six months experience with Priesznilx
at the Grafenborg Institute, in Germany, and baa
practised the water care treatment in this country
for the last six years, and within the last tweyeara
at this place having restored many hopeless patients
to full health. There are many natural advantages
at bphrata pure water, the moqntaip air and splen- I
did scenery, not surpassed in any country. Addi
tional buildings have been erected this season. The
mountain dousche has been much improved, and
twyeral fine springs of pure water have been brought
into u-e, so that a large additional number of pa
tients stid visiters can be comlortably sccommodated
Lphrau (loipg very e?sy ofacces,. a stage leaving
Rending.fQr this place every Mqndaj, Wednesday
and Friday, and Lancuter every Tueaday, Thuri
day an4 Saturday; there ia also a tri weekly stage
from Downingtun via Ephrata to Harrisburg.
Med,eel attendance and boarding at reasonable terms.
Ephrata, july 86 tf
JOHN COTTIER,
WATCH MAKER,
Hno. is wall street, n. y.
AVING dissolved hia connection with' S. W.
Benedict, and opened a store at 15 Wail st.
hopes b> continued personal attention to the repairing
and regulating of chronometer, duplex, repeating
patent detached lever, and all other kinds of watches'
mantle and office clorks, .-till to retain his reputation
aa a workman, and merit a shsre of public patronage.
Gold and silver watches, silrer spoon a, forks, Ac.
of the beat description, and eaiiQl to coin.
His Regulator, (madp hy h'm*elf,) and extensive
ly known for the |*st t*o years aa Benedict's Regu
lator, yya I Mreet, having been accurately adjusted
and timed by transit observations, will always secure
to his friends and the public the correct time
jy 27 tf
EUTAW HOUSE,
Corner of Baltmyrre and Entuw streets
Baltimore, Hid.
THenry P. J.tcKf?Q.\, Proprietor.
HIS splendid and spacioua 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 apartments at all seaaons reserv
ed for the accommodation of transient guesta and
familiea visiting tbe city will And the Eutaw House
a home, unsurpassed by any hotel lit the Union.
The location is elevated and salubrious, and is
also convenient to the depots and Undinga, at which
the coaches and porters of the House are at all
times in waiting to convey pawngera and their
baggage, free of charge, Hotel.
Gentlemen'* Qrjiniiy, J!I 50 per day.
Ladies' do 8 00 do.
Baltimore, july 87?tf
FREDERICK A. WOODWORTH,
IMPORTER OF
RICH FANCY GOODS,
326 Broadway, JYtw York.
CUN8. Musical Boxes, Work Boxes, Dreasing
l ? Vr- r,TelllnK Cast's, Writing Dexka, Bo
hemia* ?la*s-were. Card Cases, Souvenirs, Port
folios. Pocket Books, Purses. Reticules, Woik
Isbles, Work Bawket?,and Card Receivers,?Pape
tenes Fine Branae Groups and Statuettes, Liqueur
Cases, Snuff Boxea. Segar Cases, Biscuit Gmupa ? !
Richly < ecoiated Porcelaine Vases. Tot let Boitles'
and ornaments of every description, for mantel*
Conaolcs, Ftageres and Boudoirs; Areordiona, Me.'
chanical Toys, Parasols and Sunshades ; Walk
tng Canee, Fancy Stationery, Opera Olawes
Choice Perfumery, Tmlet Comba and Brushes'
Head Ornaments, Silver Gilt Service., Keadv Pen'
Makers, Napkin Rings, Camera Opticaa, etc
Ju'y 94 tf Whuiende and Retail.
SMtTTT MACHINES?SMUTT
MACHINES.
JOHNSTON'S Patented Improvement of Young
k, j * nl 8h,uw Machinee. constantly
on hand and for aale. fo, rash, by the subwriber.
The capacity ot these machines to 4o the wort
properly,? too wall known to need any newapep,
puffing; all that u needed to insure rapid salea. is ti
have thence pointed out where Zy can at .1
'"7 ?I*'- *<* ?he subscriber, 1 r, Ligh
street, Baltimore. ' 8
* lrvaiaif t?rr>it*nrk?w-kv
J Ul L-L-l
W E L L A R'S
PATENT JAPAN
?ASTE
The uiiiiirifl Vagi hw te call the attention
| of Hi? issfcmef mimm a good article ia Blacking.
to the abovenamed. Tbm Manufrctuier, 1mm jug,
(he excel lent properties of hie Blacking. ?nt mm
piee to various persona (aoeh aa Boot Maker*, dec.)
aJao to several of the
said thai the Japan Liquid
ir to any thing they had aw cu
EXTRACTS FROM NEWSPAPERS.
WtUar't Patent Japan Blacking is the name of
an excellent article; we have seen It used, and can
highly recommend it?N. American, AplU 15.
Wcllar't Blacking ie one of the most superb and
satisfactory articles of the day. It imparts a brilliance
and poliah beyond description. We have tried *.?
go and do like who.' -Spirit of the Times, April
By reference to another oolumn, an advertiesaaatit
Will he found for an excellent article of Bfookiogvii*
a Liquid form, for Boots, &c. It has been highly
recommended by many who have tried it. It not
only gives, with veiy trouble, a beautiful jet
poluh, but retain it much longer than any other. If
iaaold by the Agent of the Manufactory at No. S0,
Chesnut street. BAT* bottle,one trial wUt prove
the fact.?Phil. Ledger, April *3. . f,, 7 sijj?
Wellar'. Blacking ie oaeef the most shining .rtt
^tntUnwmT'BlMl *? Willi ?li|Till
Patent B/acki*g.-~Mt. J. WeBar, No. BO, Ches
nul 8t, has prepared * Patent Liquid Blanking,
which produces a beautiful jet Polish, and dose not
3are the leather. Those who would have a poliah
understanding should read the advertisement in
Mather column.?U. 8. Oazette, May I.
WeUar', FcUtnt Japan Blacking is about the
best article of the kind we have seen. The polish
which it imparts to the undemanding* of man ie
brilliant and lasting: we have tried it and. it boots
us to asy all thia in ha behalf.?Evening Bulletin
June 7th. 1 ' ? < ? <s
The Manufacturer can produce numeroua testi
monials similar to the above, from private individuals
and from other papers, but the above extracts am
sufficisnt to convince any person that the manufac
ture ha? not exaggerated; bat that upon a fair trial
the Btaaking wVI be fbttrid as represented, excellent
in every respect, ' -A' -
J. VVELLAR, Manufacturer, No. SO, Chesnnt
street, Philadelphia.
CHARLES 8T0TT, corner Penn, Avenue ?M
7th street, Agent for Washington, D. C.
july 16?tf
LLOYll'8
ROUGH AND READY
SAND SOAP.
AXD
TABLtTS,
i
TT LLOYD has ingeniously succeeded in in
llt venting a Compound of such a delightful
nature m tnrenderthe hardest and roughest skin soft,
fair, and delicately white.
>1 Gardening,or Painting,and Gen
tlemen Shooting, Hunting, Fishing, Cricketing;
AN-i
=?Wr!SSES'fiftass:
ventmg and rendering the skin soft, fair, and pliable
1 e fTbLamtioa of BaUmic
SZSgBg? ? - ?*?
Q. . hey v* h,ih,y recommended to Captaina of
Ships, Merchants, and an who trade with foreign
countru^ aa theywIH retain their virtue in any cli
Foraale hjf ; CHA8. 8TOTT.
may l?S * Apotkn ?f lth * Pa-?*
' - ' ? ? +> ' ?' ??' " - S > ? '
DtfJV 21M?d Paint Brashes, 4c.
r h" }"?? received a large and
ireah supply of PAINTS, OILS, Ac, pert of which
?re,named below. They ere guaranteed to be pure
and good, and from,the beat manufactories All
pwsons wanting such articles would find it to their
advantage to call, aa, I am determined to sell lower
" *?*
360 kegs White Lead
ISO lbs. ChrooM Green
ISO lbs. Chrome Yellow
20 lbs. Chro "
100 lbs. Pim
100 lha. Parte 6rSX
A to,? f.^jr M
ge assortment Paint and White Wash
400 lbs. Lamp Black, dr^ and in oil
10 lbs. So. Whitin*
1000 lbs. Putty J J
.pril 8TOTT.^~ M.
?- . and Penn. Av.
Leldy'g A* f*
Townsend'a
Schwartzes
do
HonchV^tn^ea
Swain's d?
Compound
the year they will be fbo^d highly ?^?^7??
may 21 A???ev.
MOO ponnd/orAhtn,
For aale by CRAB. STOTT
mayiatf * Apotheoraer 7th A Pa.
r tr.
VARNISH.
Coach Varaiah
No. 1 Furniture do
" ? do do
CSontplKg do
- do ! tl?W
athat , do
For sale in five gallon tins by
CHA8. 8TOTT,
may 21 tf * ^comw ^ 7?h A P.
I v n il ?N,T OICA-BKD
INDIA RL BBKR POROUS
T N all cases where it |a thought advisable to k**n
z zc~
ly vnluible. In fM, all the bene?t thst^n .ccfue
from a coniinuoue ?nniss in in. . _m 1n.
mallmnm?^aMBTb,,hwn- A-ClSS
Ch Z'c IH2iTJ3T' of the Jomi m,
Lrr' Lunga. or
other mternal (Wgana, hi rfwrt, i? * other cms.
?S.tk,"^S Z ?2*tZ"* pl"trrn *re b^"
? 1 "? wund to be superior 10 sny now
in use. For aale by
21 tf CHARLES STOTT.
Drug 4 Apoth corner 7th A Pa av.

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