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EDITED BY THOMAS RITCHIE.
THOMA8 RITCHIE A JOHN P. HEISS,
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remittance shall lio a suittcient receipt therefor. The notes
of any specie-paying bunk will be received. i
H N? attention mil be given to any order unless Ike money, or
a postmeuter'e certificate that it bar keen remitted, arcOMpa- ]
Mas it
&f-Lettere to the Proprietors, charged with portage, mill not ,
ie taken ou11if the poet ojjiee.
- CARPET HALL AND DEPOT, PHILADEL
1 ^ PHIA.
/ ARPETINQ8, floor furniture, siIk and carriage
V J oil clothn, mattings, and window shades.
House-keepers "attention!"
k 100 piece* Brussels and Wilton carnetings
500 do super three ply imperial and ingrain
do
1000 do medium and fine ingrain do
500 do venjthui and damask, ?ortid widths <
500 do hemp, cotton and rag carpets
500 do Nankin, Canton and Spanish matting
100 do druggets and woollen floor cloths
100 do furniture oil cloths, 3-4 to 6-4 wide
2000 yards floor oil clotha, from 1 to 8 yards
j wide
000 transparent oiled window shades, Italian
moonlight and landscape views
4000 New England patent blinds
100 bales alicant mails, assorted sizes
200 do manilla and jute mats
500 Wilton, Brussels and tufted hearth rugs
5 cases embroidered Parisian muslin curtains
2 do worsted carpet binding
500 dozen braes stair-rods
5 cases embroidered cloth and worsted piano
and table covers
This mammoth stock, laid in for cash, comprising
every variety of pattern, will be sold wholesale ana
retail, at the warehouses, 18 and 20 north Second
f street, up stairs, at five per cent, advance for cash or
city acceptances, with interest added.
J. SIDNEY JONES.
Jan. 28?ly
SATEW GOODS, SILKS, LAWNS, BALZA1\
RINES, Ac., JUST RECEIVED.?We have
this day received, for spring sales, many new and
beaut'ful dry goods, to which we invite the attention
of customers generally. We name in part?
15 pieces rich heavy plain camelion poult de soie
90 " rich figured and satin striped do
5 " extra width, rich black satin striped do
10 " corded and plain black do
25 " new style lace lawns
42 " French jaconet do
25 " assorted? balzarines
50 " low priced mousse de laines
25 " cambric muslins
25 " jaconet do
25 " plaid do
150 " extra super Irish linen, cheap, and all
linen
50 " medium and low priced do do
35 " birdseye diapers
10 " 12-4 Russia sheetings
10 " 10-4 11-4 do do
10 u cambric dimities
10 " furniture do
100 " grass cloth skirts
100 " corded do
10 " black alpacas lustre (silk chain)
10 " blue black do do do
20 " black and blue black French bombazines
10 " do do super iqousselin de
laines.
Also for party dresses?
Rich pompadour crapes
White, plain, and figured satins
Tarlton muslins, of all colors
Crept leisses do
New style thin material, together with blonde
nets, illusions, Ac. <tc.
Super white long and short kid gloves
do plain ana embroidered silk hose; together
with every variety of fancy and staple dry goods,
which we will sell at the moat reduceid prices.
Feb. 27 ESTEP A CATLETT.
ARIS CONFECTIONERY.?C. GAUTIER
has just received by the express line from New
York?
5 dozen Pate Foi de Gross
6 do troffle
6 do mushroom
5 do asparagus
10 do green peas, or petit poes
5 boxes assorted preserves
10 do English cheese
5 do gruaire
10 dozen Nachoutel cheese.
A large assortment of pickles
10 dozen boxes fresh lobsters
3 cases French bonbons
10,000 cigars, prime quality
He is also ready to furnish parties at the shortest
notice, the best French style, with every article in
his line of business, made of the best materials, and
at the most reasonable prices.
C. GAUTIER,
Corner of 11th street and Pennsylvania avenue.
T.? m t-,r
WAVERLEY ACADEMY?The undersigned
respectfully informs the public that this institution
will be continued the ensuing year for the benefit
of his own sons, and such others as may be desirous
to avail themselves of it. The course of instruction
is extensive, embracing the ancient languages
and literature, the modem languages, and a full course
of mathematics, history, and such other subjects as
comprise a sound and practical education. In consequence
of several of the pupils having finished
their education, there are several vacancies at
present.
Terms ?140 per annum, payable quarterly in advance.
This charge includes everything but books,
stationery, and clothes.
ALEXENDER KEECH.
Jan 4?
NEW STATIONERY?w7 FISCHER has
just returned from New York, where he has
been replenishing his stock of stationery, blank
i books, drawing materials, perfumery, fancy articles,
music, and musical instruments, embracing articles
of every deecription in his line. To a due appre
nation of his stock, and of the qualities of the arti
cles, an inspection will be necessary, and which he
respectfully invites at Stationers' Hall, where the
largest and most extensive assortment in the District
is kept constantly for sale, wholesale and retail,
at low and uniform prices.
April 18
lyrcCULLOCH'S UNIVERSAL GAZETIVJ.
TEER completed.?Dictionary, geographical,
statistical, and historical, of the various countries,
places, and principal natural objects in the world,
by J. B. McCullocli, esq.; now completed, in two
larxe octavo volumes of over 1.100 closely printed
1 pages each, American edition, in which the articles
relating to the United States have been grealy multiplied
and extended, and adapted to the present condition
of the country and to the wants of its citizens.
Just completed.
Jan. 30 FRANCK TAYLOR. _
TI7H1TE 8AT1N AND ENGLISH KID
VV SLIPPERS.?Just received, a fresh supply
of the latest style. Fine kid and morocco ran*
ties and slippers, for fl.
J. e. FOWLER Jk CO.,
Comer of 11th and F streets; and
W. MANN,
Between 3d and 4} streets, Penn. avenue.
Sign of the large boot.
Feb. 22 6
Garden seeds and roots?i have to
day received an additional supply of seasonable
garden seeds, to which I invite the attention of gardeners
and others. They are all warranted fresh
and genuine.
Also, Tuberose and Jacobean lily roots.
For sale by
April 19 J. F. CALLAN.
SPLENDID HARP,
W FISCHER has just received one o
Brown's splendid rosewood improved
] Patent Double Action Harps. Testimonials from
9 the best professors in favor of these instruments can
be seen at Stationers' Hall, where live Superior
Pianos are for sale at the manufacturers' prices.
Q March 4
v V
VOLUME 1.
NOTICE.
To mail contractors, applicants for the appointment of
Postmasters, tec., ifc.
THE undersigned having licen associated with
the General Post Office Department for.morc
than twenty years, and being perfectly familiar with
its details of business, now offers his services to such
?f his old friends the contractors, as may be disposed
to patronize him, to transact any business which
they may have from time to time with the department,
and on such terms as will not fail to be acceptable
to them. A letter to him at any time, post
oaid. will be nrnmntlv attended to.
To applicants for the appointment of postmasters,
he will, upon the remission of a fee of $5,
postage paid, nee that their petitions or recommendutiona
are received anil on file at the department, or, if
not, give them due notice thereof, and also give attention
to their interests until the decision of the
Postmaster General is made, and then notify them
of the result, he it favorable or adverse. It must be
certainly no small satisfaction, after the trouble of
procuring such testimonials, to be assured that they
nave been duly received and brought to the notice
of the appointing power. To such as may favor
him in this particular branch of his agency, ne cannot
foil to give entire satisfaction.
The undersigned will also attend to any claims or
other business which may be intrusted to his care
sod supervision, before any of the departments of
the general government.
Address THOMAS B. ADDISON,
Washington City.
April 3?6m
NEWYORK~CARPET WARE-HOUSE.
REUBEN SMITH, Jr.
1254 Broadway, opposite the City Hall, New York,
IMPORTER and dealer in carpetitigs, floor oilcloths,
Ac., would respectfully solicit the attention
of dealers and others visiting the city, to his extensive
assortment of French Aubusson, Ex minster,
Royal Velvet Wilton, Geneva Velvet, Tapestry,
Brussels, Threeply, Ingrain and Venetian Carpetings,
Floor Oil-cloths, &< ., to which he is daily adding
the newest and most elegnnt patterns, received
by the latest importations, comprising the largest
and richest assortment of carpetinga and floor oilcloths
in the United States. The strongest inducements
are offered to purchasers, as, from his great
facilities and long experience in the business, he is
enabled to furnish them with the latest and best
styles of goods at the most moderate prices.
March 3?3m
ROCKvTlLE ACADEMY?The clussical de
part men t of this institution has been for more
than twelve months under the care of Mr. Otis C.
Wrioht, A. B., as Principal. He has proved himself
to be an able, successful, and highly acceptable
teacher, and a gentleman of dignified deportment,
correct morals, and agreeable manners. A thorough
course of the Latin and Greek classics is taught, together
with the West Point coarse of mathematics,
including the different branches of the sciences,
belle-lettess, Ac. Students are well prepared for
business or the higher classes of college.
Mr. McClenahan, esq., well known and fully
competent, a gentleman of high mathematical attainments,
has charge of the Engish department.
The price of tuition is from $10 to $25 per annum.
Boarding can be had in highly respectable families
at about one hundred dollars.
Rockville is remarkably healthy. The trustees
can honestly and confidently invite attention of
parents and guardians to their institution, as presenting
advantages rarely found for their sons and
wards in thorough instruction, safety of morals,
health, and cheapness of tuition and board.
JOHN MINES, President.
Richard J. Bowie, Secretary.
Jan 30
Orricc or Com. or Public Buildings,
March IB, 1845.
PROPOSALS, SEALED AND ENDORSED
"Proposals for painting the President's Mansion,"
will be received at this office until 3 o'clock,
^111., on Wednesday, the 21st day of May next,
r painting with two coats of paint the outside
stone, wood, and iron work of the President's mansion,
which has been heretofore painted, including
the wings, terraces, porticos, root, and ballustrade;
also for painting witn two con' of paint all the inside
stone, wood, and ironwork of said mansion,
which has been heretofore painted, with the exception
of the east room, which will require but one
coat of paint; also for painting with one coat of
paint all the walls which have been heretofore painted;
and also for varnishing all the mahogany doors,
window sash, hand-rails, und balusters. All cracks
and brenksto be stopped with putty by the contractor.
The proposals to state the gross amount for which
each work will be executed. The materials to be
of the best quality, and the work to bo executed in
the beat manner, subject to the inspection of such
person or persons as the commissioner may appoint
for that purpose. The contractor will have to enter
into a bond, with approved security, for the faithful
completion of the work by the first of October next.
March 18?
To be published twice a week in the National Intelligencer.
HOUSE-FURNISHING WAREROOMS.
BOTELER, DONN A CO., Pennsylvania ave-1
nue, opposite the Centre Market, nave in store I
the most extensive stock of house-furnishing goods
that can be found in the District, and all laid in at
such prices as to enable them to sell as low as can
be found (of the same quality) anywhere. Their
stock embraces a general assortment of?
Cabinet ware and chairs
China, glass, and crockery ware
Plated Britunniaand German silver goods
Knives and forks in sets of 51 pieces, and detached
Cornelia's celebrated solar oil and lard lamps
Waiters and tea trays
Hall lanterns and lamps
Shovel and tongs, andirons and fenders
Cooking utensils of every description in common
use
Tin and wooden ware
Baskets, table mats, and looking glasses
Beds, mattresses, and bedsteads
Brushes, combs, spittoons, AcPersons
furnishing can find every article used in
housekeeping at fair prices, and all delivered safe
without charge, or packed securely to leave the
city.
N. B. We have just received from the importer a
good stock of superior French china dinner, desert,
and tea sets.
It is Important to" farmers and
GARDENERS TO BUV THEIR GARDEN
SEEDS WHERE THEY CAN GET THEM
FRESH AND GENUINE.?The subscriber respectfully
calls the attention of the agricultural and
horticultural community to his Horticultural Warehouse
and Seed Store, adjoining his Green House,
corner of 15th and G streets, opposite the Stale Department,
where the farmer, gardener, amateur, and
seed-dealers, can provide themselves with fresh garden
and flower seeds, all of the best quality.
If any garden or flower seeds should prove to be
bad, when sown in proper time and manner, and
season the least favorable, for such fresh seed will
be given, or the monoy returned.
Seed-dealers supplied by the pound, bushel, or
barrel, at a liberal discount, and on terms equal to
any wholesale and retail establishment in any of the
northern or eastern cities.
JOHN DOUGLAS,
Florist and Seedsman.
March 23?dtfif
"ITTILKINSON'S CEMENT?for restoring Chi\J\J
? ? ?i ?? utwi marble.
T f na, WWWIWOIO, eiltrm, ,
that are broken, to their former state of uaefulneaa,
without disfiguring in the least, and in such a manner
that fire, air, or hot water will not affect them;
and the article repaired fit for use in thirty minutes.
Also, Chinese diamond cement for the same purpose.
For sale by
J. F. CALLAN,
Jan 30 Corner of B and 7th streets.
NEW BOOKS.?Veronica, a novel, translated
from the Qerman; Isabel, or the trials of the
Heart, a tale for the young, 1 volume, just received
for sale by F. TAYLOR, or for circulation from
the Waverley Circulating Library.
Also( Medi-inea and their Uses, and Mode of
Administration, 1 volume, by Doctors Nelligan,of
Dublin, and Reese, of New York.
Webster's Dictionary, octavo, complete in one
volume.
( Pictorial Bible, No. 24.
I Pictorial Shakspeare, No. 47.
I A*(J^ 23B??k for^a^'
? 1
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\ "libe
WASHINGTO]
EDUCATION OF YOUNG LADIES IN THE ENGLISH
AND FRENCH LANGUAGES.
MISS HEANEY S ACADEMY,
Opposite President's Square, I street, Washington,
(house of Col. Botnford, between
the residences of Mrs. Gen. Macomb and
Commodore Morris.)
MISS HEANEY, of Boston, Massachusetts,
Principal Instructress, respectfully invites the
attention of ner friends, and. parents and guardians
interested, to the re-estahlishnient of her Academy,
hoping in their favor for the early entrance of the
boarding and day scholars she may receive, and for
whom every arrangement is made to insure, by her
own unremitted attention, thorough instruction, and
improvement in elementary and elevated learning,
with the best advantages of residence.
Miss H.'s Academy, being so eligibly placed in
the quiet neighborhood of many well-known families
near the President's House and the Departments,
in tl.n I'a m i I ?. nnni.L.w. ......... C.,1 H,..,.
?"? '" " J '"""7 7""" "
ford, spacious and convenient, with its large garden
and pleasant scenery, is esteemed the moat desirable
in the vicinity for the charge. Miss H. resumes the
useful and liberal education of young ladies.
Employing her best abilities to make her Academy
fiermaiieiit in this community, and encouraged
to trust that her task will ere long be favored by the
support it lies peaks, resident instructresses and other
professors of the highest skill and character will al
ways be enguged for any required aid; while Miss
Heaney, as Principal, will instruct her pupils individually
in whatever pursuits of learning or accomplishments
they may engage.
The government of these young ladieB will be
that of home education of daughters, of her early
study and much experience in Miss Heaney's
charge of pupils in Boston, Washington, and elsewhere;
simply for the best individual improvement
of the talents, moral and mental culture of such
youth; regulations and order prescribed for them in
this family mode of living, as of tuition, study, employment,
and recreation, those only which are due
to insure the entire welfare of daughters by maternal
education and care.
Young ladies may thus be residents in Miss Heaney's
Academy, having instruction for any acquirements
desired, exclusive of others, and may have
that leisure and intercourse with society, to which
the attention of parents, guardians, or Miss Heaney,
may be duly given.
Morning exercises of instruction in the English
and French texts alternately, reading, elocution,
grammar, composition, geography, history, belles
Iettres, arithmetic, &c., including plain and elegant
penmanship, linear drawing of maps, dec., elements
of music in singing, and the primary exercises of
dancing, especially those most improving the demeanor
and health of the young.
Introductory class, $6; junior, $8; senior, 10Tuition
inthe Latin, Italian, and other languages,
may be given per quarter.
Music, vocal and instrumental, $10, $12, or 15,
according to the lessons.
Drawing and painting in crayon, water, and oil
colors, flowers, landscapes, heads, portrait and miniature,
as above.
Dancing tuition at professor's lessons, $6.
Needlework mostly without extra charge.
Board, $25.
Testimonials of Miss Heaney's long engagement
in the education of young ladies, on the principles
given, will lie made known by the kindness of D.
A. Hall, esq., in the writing, of early and recent
date, of many of the following references:
Hon. James Savage, Hon. Edward Everett, R.
G. Shaw, esq., Rev. J. Pierpoint, Hon. Richard
Sullivan, Rev. J. F. Clark, Boston.
James Earned, Hon. J. P. Van Ness, Rev. Septimus
Tuston, Chaplain U. S. Senate, Major T. L.
Smith, Dr. Wm. Gunton, Wm. G. Eliot, Wm.
Fischer, and late Captain De Lagnel, Washington.
Hon. Philemon Dickerson, New Jersey; Gen.
Tnhn A niv Npw York: Hon. Mr.T.ane and
N. F. Williams, Baltimore; Joseph R. Chandler,
Philadelphia; Col. R. M. Johnson, Kentucky; Gen.
Cass, Detroit; Joseph L. Locke, Savannah; Col. J.
B. Walback; Hon. Edward Turner, Mississippi;
Hon. Alfred Henncr, New Orleans; Hon. J.Thompson,
do.; Orville Dewey, D. D., Wm. C. Bryant,
Thos. Neamith, Rev. It. W. Bellows, Hon. Wm.
Emmerton, Col. N. Bunell, Carville & Co., S. Colman,
G. F. Besteou, Dr. S. G. Foster, C. S. Francis,
New York; Major Edmund Piriby, Brownsville,
N. Y.; Charles S. Wallach, esq., Washington;
Dr. E. H. Barton, S. J. Peters, esq., New Orleans.
. March 31?w'imif
To Lawyers, Merchants, Mechanics, Farm
ers, and Public Officeis, ifc.
AMERICAN GOVERNMENTAL AGENCY,
WASHINGTON.
ON retiring from his offieial station as Assistant
Postmaster General, JOHN S. SKINNER
devotes himself to the transaction o general agenct
business, particularly in connection with the various
departments of the national government?business
in which he is henceforth associated with
HENRY O'REILLY, of the State of New York.
Persons in any part of the United States, who
have business to transact with either department of
the general governmental Washington, or with any
of the State governments, or who require researches
to bo made in the public records any where in the
Union, can have their requests promptly amended
to, by addressing the undersigned.
Extensive acquaintance throughout the Union,
consequent on the long-continued connection of both
the undersigned with the newspaper press, with the
post office and other public organizations, will greatly
facilitate the prosecution of inquiries and transaction
of business through their agency.
Lawyers, public officers, contractors, and others
liiivinv business arisin? under contracts, or under
the pension, post office, or patent laws?merchants
desiring remission of duties, Ac.?mechanics or inventors
requiring patents?and farmers having business
with the Gcnernl Land Office, may find this
agency conducive to their interest in the way of
promptness and economy. Claims under treaties
with the Indiun nations or foreign governments
also attended to.
Special attention will be paid to those who wish to
buy or sell lands in Virginia and other southern
States; and inquirers, from the North or South, are
respectfully referred to our circular concerning "agricultural
improvement in the southern States,"
lutely published in the Globe, Intelligencer, and
other journals.
Letters must be posl-free, to insure attention; and
may be addressed to the subscribers, either at Albany,
New York, or Washington?particularly at
the latter place.
JOHN S. SKINNER,
HENRY O'REILLY.
JL?*S?naible of the manifold courtesies with
which he has been honored by editors of all parties,
from the time when he established the first agricultural
journal in America more than a quarter-century
ago, JOHN S. SKINNER ndds this note for
the purpose of saying that it will afford him great
pleasure to maintain the intercourse thus long continued,
and to reciprocate the services of editorial
friends who may now favor him with a few insertions
of this notice.
April 1
FOR SALE OR RENT.?A neat framed cou
tage house containing six rooms, kitchen, cowhouse.
&c., with two squares of ground attached,?
one of which ia encloaed with a new fence, and is in
a good state of cultivation?situated near the boundary
of this city. This property is in a pleasant and
healthy locality; and having upon it two large and
never failing springs, so elevated that water may be
conducted to any part of it, is admirably adapted to
an early garden, or a dairy. It will be rented on
moderate terms to a good tenant; sold cheap for
cash; or exchanged in part payment for a new rhodium
sized comfortable brick dwelling suitably situated
in the 1st, 2d, or 3d ward of the city.
For further particulars, apply to
JOHN F. CALLAN,
Druggist, cor. 7th and E streets.
Mar 28?dtf
WE promise our customers to keep on hand a
supply of our $31 foots. Wears happy to find
they please so well, and shall not snare pains to
please all who may favor us with a call.
J. E. FOWLER A CO.,
11th and F streets,
and W. MANN,
Sign of the LAROE BOOT,
Pennsylvania avenue, 2 doors from 41 street.
MORRISON'S INFANT CARMINATIVE
is the liest medicine In use for children subject
to eholic, flatulence, Ac., and may be had at 121
cents per vial at the drug store corner of E and 7th
streets.
Aprd 19 J- V- CALLAN
aid)
:kty, the union, anj> thb constitui
N CITY, SATURDAY NIGHT, Mi
todd's fashionable hat and cap
establishment,
Sign of the Golden Hat, west of Brown's
Hotel, Washington.
Commencement of the spring and
HUMMER BUSINESS?The proprietor of
ine auove extensive esiauiisnmcm, in announcing 10
hit customers the arrival of a part of hia new and
splendid stock of spring and summer fashions, begs
leave to assure them that every article not of his own
manufacture has been purchased with the greatest
discrimination as regards style and nuulity, and at
the very lowest rates for cash, and trusts thut the
reputation it has so long enjoyed as the place for the
most tasteful articles in his line will lie fully sustained.
The most assiduous and unremitting personal
attention will be given, it being his wish to
make his the most popular establishment in the
country.
Gentlemen's splendid black beaver hats, extra
light, for summer.
Gentlemen's splendid cassimere hats, extra light,
for summer, unsurpassed for fineness and evenness
of texture and symmetrical figure.
Gentlemen's inoleskin hats, richly lustrcd and
most elegantly finished. The undersigned believes
that the manufacture of this most favorite wear is
now perfected. Its peculiar qualities are, first, the
richness ami permanence of its color; second, its
great durability, from not being liable to crack or
break; third, being entirely waterproof, and its
shape not altered by the beat of summer; fourth,
the price being only about one-half of the sum asked
far a Imt bu ta few years since.
The Parisian steel-framed hat, for some peculiarities
very desirable.
Gentlemen's pure white Oregon beaver hats, very
fine and rich.
Gentlemen's white, pearl, and blue cassimere
hats.
Panama hats, with extra wide briiris, "Orleans
pattern," very white and beautifully shaped.
Gentlemen's leghorn, double and single brims.
Ladies' riding hats, new etyle.
Boys' Genoa hats.
Do. Parisian hats.
A few cartons children's Florence caps, believed
to be all of the kind ever imported, most tastefully
trimmed.
Infants' fine leghorn hats, of select patterns.
A very large assortment of boys' and children's
leghorn, seanette, and other summer hats, unequalled
in extent, variety, and style.
military and naval chapeaux.
The undersigned will give his attention to the
finishing of these according to regulations. Also,
chapeaux for the diplomatic corps; together with
oiuc ciom raps, emuroiuereu 10 sun every uraiicn
of service, us?
General staff, medical staff, topographical engineer,
ordnance, artillery, infantry, revenue, marine,
and navy.
Leather and other hat boxes, canes, umbrellas,
<Stc.
Articles ordered sent as directed, and delivered in
this city free of churge. Terms cash.
W. B. TODD.
April 22?d6t3tawtf
GENCY FOR CLAIMS AT WASHINGTON,
D. C.?Charles De Seeding, General
Agent, No. 11, Todd's buildings, Pennsylvania
avenue, Washington, D. C., offers his services to
those who may have claims on either of the executive
departments, or Congress, or private claims on
individuals.
Particular attention paid to the settlement of accounts
of disbursing officers who may find it inconvenient
to attend personally, especially those of the
navy.
Also attends as agent for non-resident property
holders, collecting rents, procuring pensions, &c.
Charges will be moderate, and regulated by the
amount claimed, and the extent of services required.
Communications (post paid) will receive immediate
attention.
He has the honor to refer to the Navy Department,
and the several bureaus connected with it;
Second Comptroller and Fourth Auditor's offices,
and the senior pursers in the navy;and also to Hon.
C. C. Cambreleng, New York; Commodore Charles
Stewart, Philadelphia; Commodore John Downs,
Boston; Hon. Henry L. Ellsworth, Washington;
Hon. E. H. Foster, Nashville, Tennessee; and
Thomas M. Blount, esq., Pensacola.
April 11
OYS' HATS!! BOYS' HATS!!!.?I shall
open to-morrow morning another large assortment
of boys' hats?all sorts and kinds adapted to
the present and approaching season, consisting of?
Leghorn hats, tloublc brim
do do curled edge
do do single brim
Double brim white pulmelto
Single do do
Variegated do
Scanctte, (a very fashionable hat, and warranted
to wear well.)
Genoa hats
Also a beautiful assortment of Bohemian Gipsy
hats for misses and children.
W. B. TODD,
Fashionable Hatter.
Sign Golden Hat, West Brown's Hotel.
May 2?3t
UUNUKtSSS UUUiVS.
THE SUBSCRIBER has for sale sets of all the
books ordered, or subscribed for, by Congr
such as American Archives, State Papers, Executive
Documents, Journals, Laws of the United
States, Debates in Congress, Political Registers,
Law Books, and many rare and valuable miscellaneous
works.
GEORGE TEMPLEMAN,
March 5 Opposite Fuller's Hotel.
HE AMERICAN REVIEW, a whig journal
of politics, literature, art, and science, published
in New York at five dollars per annum, or
fifty cents per single number. The first numbers of
the above work may be examined at the bookstore
of the subscriber, where subscriptions will bo received.
The numbers will be regularly mailed, strongly
enveloped, to any post office in the United States, if
application be made to
F. TAYLOR, Bookseller,
March 21 Washington City.
NEW BOOKS this day received, for sale byF.
TAYLOR?
"Keeping House and Housekeeping," a story of
domestic life, by Mrs. Hall; 1 vol.?50 cents.
"New Orleans as 1 found it," by H. Didimus; 1
volume?25 cents.
Wandering Jew, parts 2 and 10.
Thirlwall's History of Greece, complete in 2 volumes,
octavo.
Number 43 Pictorial Shakspeare.
Number 22 Pictorial Bible.
Number 4 Copland's Dictionery ofPractical Medicine.
Voyages Round the World from the death of
Captain Cook to the present time, 1 volume, price
50 cents, being volume 172 of Harper's Family
Library.
A ..-I I
"f " ?
PRESIDENTS' MESSAGES, from Washington
to Tyler, complete in one large octavo vol.,
embracingliot merely the inaugural ami annual mesaagca,na
usual in former compilations of this kind;
but embracing proclamations, recommendations,
protests, vetoes, and all messages of moment, since
the foundation of the government, with the advantge
of having them paged and indexed for immediate
reference; price 25. F. TAYLOR
Jan. 7
J1 fresh supply of Dr. Rush's justly celebrated
INFALLIBLE HEALTH PILLS.
I HAVE just received another supply of pills
made from the recipe of the late Dr. Benjamin
Rush, of Philadelphia.
In the short space of six months since they were
first introduced in this city, they have done much
good, and gained great celebrity.
I have left a few for sale with Jones St Clark,
Greenleafapoint; James Cull, near the Navy-Yard;
and John T. Killmon, Pennsylvania avenue, near
the railroad depot.
They may also be had at my office on Pennsylvania
avenue, between 13th nnd 13th streets, (south
side.)
Only hnrlrr-and-a-hntf ernti prr box.
EDMUND F. BROWN,
General Agent.
April 5?eo3l [Intel.]
LOWER SEEDS.?A superior lot of choice
.T Flower Seeds, to-day receeived for sale by
| Mar 10 J. P. CALLAN.
Hirt0
'ION."
IY 10, 1845.
MRS. DAVID H. BURR'S
French and English seminary for Young Ladies, corner
of E and 9th streets, Washington city.
THE location of thia seminary is one of the most
desirable in the city, on account of its healthy
and airy position. The house is large and commodious,
with ample grounds and other facilities for
amusement and recreation. The principal, so well
and favorably known in this city, and in New
York, from her long experience in teaching, hopes
to give entire satisfaction to all who may conflde
their daughters to her care. She is a native of
France, and familiar with its language and literature,
and conversant with the best and easiest modes
of imparting to her pupils a perfect knowledge of
that language, so that tney can not only read and
write, but speak it fluently. She has secured able
asristarils for various departments, so that all.
branches of an English as well as French education
will be thoroughly taught. Pupils who reside in
the family have the peculiar advantages of hearing,
and conversing at all times in the French language,
and of perfecting themselves in the science of music,
being under the surveillance of aa experienced
teacher. The course of instruction, besides the
usual elementary branches, includes all the higher
studies pursued in the most approved northern sem
imiries. I he discipline is mild and affectionate, yet
decided, and ia maintained by appeals to the a flections
and conscience of the pupil; it is designed, by a
proper development and cultivation of the better
qualities of the heart, to bind more affectionately the
pupil to her teacher, and by it to secure obedience.
As sound physical, moral, and intellectual improvement
and culture, are the great objects desired, it is
the aim of the principal not so much to crowd the
memory with words, as to draw forth and train the
systematic and vigorous action, ths observing, reflecting,
and active powers of the mind. The
charges to those who reside in the family are, for
board and tuition in all the branches of French and
English, $200 per annum for a single pupil; but
when two or more are entered at the same time, a
liberal deduction will be made. The additional
charges per (quarter are for music, piano, and guitar,
$15; use of instrument, $2 50; vocal music, $5. To
day scholars, the charges for tuition in tne first
department in French or English, are $10;
together, $15; in the second department first
class French or English, $8; together, $12; in
the second class French or English $7; together
$10; in the third department, first class, Krench
or English , #6; together #9; in the second
class, French or English $5; together $8; Latin $4,
other languages, drawing, painting, and dancing;
at professor's charges. Pupils can be entered at any
time, and will be charged only from the date of their
entrance. No deduction will be made to those who
absent themselves after commencing a quarter, unless
prevented from attending by sickness. Bills in
all cases to be paid in advance. Every attention is
paid to the religious as well as moral and tntellectual
instructions of the pupils, but no sectarian peculiarities
are ever inculcated. Those residing in the family
will attend such churches as their parents may
select, under the care of a teacher. Tney will attend
the Episcopal church with the Principal, when
no other directions are given. Any other information,
and the most satisfactory references will be
given on application to the principal.
April 25?3taw6m
General agency, Washington.?t.
L. SMITH, late Register of the Treasury,
ana a. inu. omun, Auorney ana counsellor at
Law, and late Chief Clerk of the Navy Department,
has associated for the transaction of a general
agency business at the seat of government of the
United States, under the firm of T. L. & A. Tho.
Smith, and will attend to the prosecution and collection
of claims in the several executive departments
and before Congress; to the receipt of unclaimed
dividends on tne old funded debt and the
new loans; to the refundment of moneys paid for
duties under protest; to the settlement of public accounts;
to claims under Indian and other treaties;
to business connected with the French, Mexican,
Neapolitan, and Spanish indemnities; to pre-emption
and other land claims; to the procuring of patents
for public lands, and for scientific and useful inventions;
to the obtaining of pensions; to the purchase
and sale of real estate, stocks, &c.; and to whatever
business may require the aid of an agent or attorney.
The long experience of the members of this firm
in their late official connection with the government
has made them familiar with the forms and modes
of procedure required to be observed in the transaction
of all kinds of public business. In addition to
the advantages whicn they are thus enabled to offer,
they pledge a prompt and faithful attention to all
matters which may be intrusted to their care.
The charges will be regulated by the nature of the
business. Letters must be post paid.
This firm has been appointed the agents of the
National Loan Fund Life Assurance Society of
London, whose capital is |3,500,0(10, to effect life
insurance.
Office on F street, near the Treasury Department,
and opposite the banking-house of Messrs. Corcoran
& Riggs. April 29?dlw3taw2w
THE LADIES of Washington do know that
they can buy their laces, edgings, ribands, netts,
flowers, &c. &o., cheaper at Roby's lace store than
any other store in the District, not even excepting
the real genuine.
1 have just received the richest, cheapest, and
most beautiful assortment of laces, edgings, ribands,
netts, flowers, gloves, mitts, ruches, French worked
collars, mourning collars, Polka bands, nett caps,
capes, and a new style of dress cap, ever before
offered to the ladies of Washington.
I have just opened about 100 different patterns
of thread edgings, from cents to 37|. Netts of
the latest patterns and styles for capes and caps,
from 3 cents to 100 per yard. Lisle laces and edgings
of all prices ana descriptions, none of whicn
will be less than half cent per yard. Bonnetand
cap ribands of all styles and colors, and from 1 cent
to 31 per yard. A most beautiful assortment of
flowers of all prices and qualities. Only a few more
left of those French worked collars, which are very
cheap. Net caps only 5 cents; good solid headed
pine 5 cents per paper; twisted silk mitts only 12}
rents. A very beautiful assortment of riband edges
very cheap; dress caps, from 25 cents to $1; capes
from 75 cents to ?2; cambric edges and insertings
very cheap; and ten thousand other articles, which
I am determined to sell cheaper than any other
store in the world.
H. N. ROBY.
April 30?6t
CHEAPER THAN EVER AT THE NEW
CHEAP CASH STORE.?The subscriber
respectfully informs the public that he has just received
a large and beautiful stock of new spring
goods, which he intends selling, as he has heretofore
done, twenty-five per cent, less than they can be
purchased elsewhere in the District. His advantages
being such as to have enabled him to purchase
his stock very cheap, induces him to ofler to the
public great bargains. Please call and examine my
stock before purchasing elsewhere, consisting of?
A large assortment of new style balzarine lawns
ana bercges
A large assortment of new style cambric lawns
Do do silk and berege
shawls and scarfh
A large assortment of lace muslins and cambrics
Do new style Polka and Nobe
skirts
A large assortment of new style prints
Do do Neapolitan, Modem,
Rutland, and Braid bonnets
A large assortment of new style sunshades, parasolets,
and parasols
GENTLEMEN'8 WEAR.
A snelendid assortment of wool-dyed black and
blue eloths
A splendid assortment of wool-dyed black and
blue cassimeres
A splendid assortment 01 ugni uwuucict ?i
linen drillings
A splendid assortment of fancy tweeds, all colors
and qualities
Summer cloths, cashmerets, drap d'etes, and plaid
gambroons
Also, a very extensive assortment of domestics of
every description.
Gentlemen's garments made up in the neates ,nd
most fashionable styles, at the shortest notice, and
warranted to fit and to please in all cases.
S T WALL,
Pennsylvania avenue, between 8th and 9th streets,
opposite Centre Market.
April 19?9aw3w
ABSYNTHE, from Switzerland, just received
and for sale at
JULTOS A. PETERS'S
Wine store, Pa. at., near 10th street.
Jan 98
It,
NUMBER 9
I PAVING AND REPAIRING PENNSYLVANIA
AVENUE.
Wa.himgtom, D. C., April 23d, 1845.
PROPOSALS, waled and endorsed "Propoeada
for paving and repairing Pennsylvania avenue,"
will be received al the Topographical Bureau, until
3 o'clock, p. m , Tuesday, the 20th day of May
next, for graveling fourteen feet wide, on each aid
of the centre line (making in all twenty-eight feet)
of Pennsylvania avenue, between 1st street west and
15th street west, or so much of it as may be required.
Before depositing the gravel on the roadway
aforesaid, the present Macadamized surface
must be carefully cleared of all dirt, mud, loose
stones, Ac., which must be removed from the
avenue. The gravel must be of the very but quality?clean,
free from clay and other impurities, subject,
both as it regards tne size and quality of the
materials, to the entire control of the engineer and
his assistants; and to be deposited in layers not exceeding
three inohes in depth?each successive
layer to be carefully rolled wiut a roller of sufficient
weight to thoroughly compress the gravel, the upper
surface of which must be finished to such levels
and cross sections as the engineer may direct; and
the work must be commenced at sucn places and
times, and executed with as much rapidityi as he
may require. The proposals must state the price
per cubic yard of gravel actually deposited on the
road-way, which price must induce the cost of
clearing the road-way, graveling, and rolling as
above, and removing the paving stones at the crossing
places.
Proposals will also be received, at the same time
and place, for laying a double line of curbstones between
1st street west and 15th street west,
(or so much of the same as may be required,) on
Pennsylvania avenue. The curbs to be of the best
Potomac or Port Dcposite granite, (or other stone of
equal quality,) four inches thick on (he upper surface,
to be carefully hammer-dressed on the top and
ends, and for two inches in depth on the one side
and four inches in depth on the other. The stones
to be not less than three feet in length and eighteen
inches in depth, to be carefully laid (in trenchea) in
continuous lines, close-jointed, to a smooth, even
surface .and to the entire satisfaction of the engineer.
The proposals will state the price per running
foot, inducting materials, labor, trenching, and
all other things necessary to be done for the laying
of the aforesaid curbstones.
Proposals will also be received, at the same time
and place, for the delivery of a sufficient quantity of
hard, oval, water-rolled paving stones; of tnree
inches smaller and of five inches larger diameter, to
pave 39,400 square yards for so much of the same
as may be required) on Pennsylvania avenue, between
1st street west and 15th street west; the said
stones to be delivered at such times and places, and
in such quantities as the engineer or his assistants
may direct. The proposals will state the price of
the stone by the square or superficial yara, to bs
measured after the stone has been laid; but the contract
will be limited to the materials only, and is not
intended to include the labor of paving.
All materials delivered for the above works must
be subject to the inspection and control of the engineer
and his assistants.
Payments will be made monthly, after deducting
15 per cent., to be retained as security, and to be
forfeited in case of non-fulfilment of contract.
All communications in relation to the above
works may be forwarded by mail, under cover, to
"Col. J. J. Abert, Topographical Bureau," endorsed
"Repairs of Pennsylvania avenue."
G. W. HUGHES,
Capt. Topographical Engineers.
To be published three times a week in the Madisonian,
Alexandria Gazette, Potomac Herald, and
Baltimore Sun, until 20th May next.
April 23
PISTOLS, SWORDS, AND COPPER POWDER
FLASKS FOR THE NAVY.
Bureau or Ordnance and Htdroorafrt,
23d April, 1845.
PROPOSALS will be received at this Bureau until
3 o'clock, p. m., of Wednesday, the 4th
day of June next, for furnishing and delivering
the following pistols, swords, and copper powderflasks,
for the naval service of the United States,
vie;
I,SO? pistols,
1,200 swords, and
1,200 copper powder flasks,
i All the above arms must be made of materials of
the best quality; and all arms and materials to be
subject to such proof, test, and inspection as is now
applied to similar arms and materials in the army of
the United States.
The materials and the forms and dimensions of
al the parts must conform to those of the established
patterns. The workmanship and finish must
lie equal to those of the model arms; and the several
parts must be browned, blued, case-hardened,
or polished, as in the standard models. The forms
ana dimensions of the parts to be verified by verifying
gauges already established.
Patterns of the aforegoing pistols, and copper
powder flasks, may be seen on application to the
commandant of either of the navy-yards, or to this
bureau.
All to be delivered on or before the 4th day ot
June, 1846: one-third at the navy-yard near Boston,
and two-thirds at the navy-yard near New York; to
be delivered free of charges, except as to packing
boxes?for these a fair allowance will be made.
Proposals for all or either of the above named
articles will be received, to be sealed and endorsed,
"Proposal for furnishing pistols, swords," Ac., as
the case may be.
Bonds, with two approved sureties in one-half the
amount of contract, will be required, to be entered
into within fifteen days after the time limited for receiving
bids; and ten per cent, of the amount of all
bills will be retained as collateral security, for the
faithful performance of the contract, which will be
paid only on the satisfactory completion of it; and
ninety percent, of all deliveries made will be paid
on all bills properly authenticated, according to the
provisions of this contract, within thirty days after
their presentation to the nuvy agent.
To be published twice a week in the Globe, National
Intelligencer, and Constitution, Washington;
Daily Keystone, and Pennaylvanian, Philadelphia;
Evening Post, Morning News, and Journal of Commerce,
New York; Morning Post, and Daily Times,
Boston.
April 23?2aw
CHEAP CASH SHOE STORES.?J. E. Fowler
A Co., 11th and F streets, and W. Mann,
Sign of the Large Black Boot, Pennsylvania avenue,
two doors from 4] street.
We beg to call the attention of our friends and the
public generally to one of the handsomeat and best
assortments to be found in the District.
Among which may be found?
Ladies' white satin slippers
do colored morocco and kid slippers
do Este's do do do
do fine French morocco slippers
do do kid Paris ues
do do kid and morocco village ties
do do gaiters and half gaiters
Misses' colored morocco village ties
do do do slippers
do French morocco and kid slippers
do gaiters ana hall gaiters
Children's boots, slippers, ankle ties, and gaiters
Gentlemen's boots of every quality, from $2 50
up to per pair
Gentlemen's bootees at almost any price
Gentlemen's gaiters
do slippers
Boy's fine dress bootees and coarse wear
In a word, we feel confident to say, that we offer
inducements seldom to be met with. Times are
hard. Money scarce just now. Draffs must be
met and paid, and we must ttll, and will, low.
Hntf soling, heeling, patching, anything in the
way of mending done to save our customers a penny
and put one in our own pockets.
J. E. FOWLER A Co.,
11th and F streets, and
W. MANN, Sign of the
LARGE BLACK BOOT,
two doors from ij street.
April 24
OREGON SEED CORN ?I have to-day received
a few bushels of this extraordinary
corn, introduced by General Wm. H. Harrisoni n
1839, and which last year yielded 1911 bushels to
the acre, and shelled 7| basnets to the barrel. This
corn is well worth the ngrieultariai's attention, *****
yield is at least 20 per cent, over the common, rot
a full description of it see Patent office report, 1845,
page 434. Those in want should apply early, as the
wPplr * limited. J. p. CALLAN,
March 13 Comer of E and 7th streets.
Burkau or CoRiT'u, Ervmh't sen Bifair,
April IS, 1845.
SEALED PROPOSALS (eodorned propoeala for
hemp) will be received el tbis Bureau until the
31at day of May mm, for farniehinf nod delivering
at the navy-yard, Charleatown, IdimeebueeUa, on
or before the I ret day of July, 1848, four hundred
tone of water-rotted hemp.
Thin hiip nut be equal to the Riga Rein hemp
now at the navy-yard, Charleatown. In deciding
upon offer*, preference will be given to American
hemp, if offered at equal or hmr peine than may be
aakea for foreign hemp. The hemp muet be eubjeetto
inepeeuon end approval at the navy-yard,
Charleatown, Maeeaebueetta, by persona to he appointed,
by and under iuatrueuone from thie Bureau,
end none will be received which shell not
pasa auch inspection.
Persona who may wish to furniah hemp perfectly
free from tow, end ready for spinning, can forward
aepatate propoeala for auch hemp; which hemp, if
the propoeala ahould be accepted, muat, like the other,
be subject to inapection end approval at mid
navy-yard before it will be received.
Persona making offers must state the price asked
per ton of 8,340 pounds, delivered at said navyyard,
and must forward with them an obligation
from two persona of sufficient property to become
sureties for the fulfilment of the contract to be entered
into, in one-third the amount of eaid contract.
To diminish the hazard to contractors of forwarding
hemp from the western States, which may not
be of proper quality, or sufficiently well prepared,
the Secretary of the Navy has appointed two agenu,
who will, when requested, inspect hemp that may
be prepared and intended to AilAI contracts to be made
under this advertisement. On* of these agents will
inspect the hemp that may be tent to Louisville,
Kentucky, and the other that which may he sen
to St. Louie, in Missouri. These agents will be
furnished with samples of the Rigs Rein hemp, excepting
for hemp flilly prepared for spinning, end
with the means of testing the strength of hemp, end
will be ready to give all mfomwitnn in their power,
to enable contractors to have tbair hemp properly
prepared, and to ascertain the strength and character
of it, before the expense of sending it to the naii
incurred. UbmI ki diflUMliv ?
stoo'd. however, that the inspection end opinion of
these agents is merely to diminish the risk to contractors,
by furnishing uaeAil information. The only
inspection by which the hemp can be Anally received
and paid for will be that at the navy-yard
where it is to be delivered.
In addition to the bonds which will bs required
for the faithful performance of the contract, ten per
centum will be deducted from the amount of nil bills
for deliveries, and retained until the completion of
the contract, aa additional security for its performance.
The remaining ninety per centum will be
paid within thirty daye after bills, duly approved,
shall be presented to the navy agent at Boston,
Massachusetts.
To be published once ft week ft* four weeks in
the following newspapers. Tin: The Qlobe end Intelligencer,
Washington, D. C.; Morning Pont end
Daily Times, Boston, Mass.; Hampden Post,
Springfield, Mass.; Hartford Times, Hartford,
Conn.: Journal of Commerce, Morning News, Evening
Poet, New York, N. Y.; Pennsylvanian, Public
Ledger, Philadelphia, Pa.; Morning Post. Pitts*
burgh, Pa.; Union, Harrisbucg, Pa.; Republican,
Baltimore, Md.; Enquirer, Richmond, Vs.: Chronicle
and Old Dominian, Porthmouth, Vs.; Jeffersonian,
New Orleans, La.; Union, Nashville, Tenn.;
Appeal, Memphis, Tenn.; Qazette, Lexington, Ky.;
Democrat, Louisville, Ky.; Statesman, Columbus,
K0.; Enquirer, Cincinnati, O.; State Sentinel, Indianapolis,
Indiana; Register, Springfield, III.; Demo
crat, Chicago, 111.; Free Press, Detroit, Mich.; Missourian,
St. Louis, Mo.
The sbove papers, containing the advertisement,
will be forwarded to the Bureau as evidence of publication.
April 18?law4w
TOBACCO FOR THE NAVY.
Nfttr DtruTsnir,
Bureau qf Provision! and CleMna,
' May 9,1845.
PROPOSAL8, sealed and endorsed "Proposals
for Tobacco," will be received at this bureau
until 3 o'clock, p. m., on Tuesday, the third day of
June next, for furnishing and delivering at the Uni
ted States navy-yards at Boston, New York,auJ
Norfolk, where samples are deposited, such quan
tity of tobacco (probably, in al{, about one hundred
thousand pounds, more or leas) as may be required
by the chief of. thia bureau, or by the respective
commandants of the said navy-yards, during the
fiscal year commencing on the first day of July
next, and ending June 30, 1846.
The tobaoeo shall be equal in quality to the asm*
pies at the said navy-yards. None of it shall be ^
manufactured during the winter months; all ahafl ~
have undergone a natural sweat, and be branded
with the name of the manufacturer,, year whan, and
the place where, it was manufactured, sad be delivered
in strong boxes containing frees fifty to ona
hundred pounds each, and shalf be IUSpebteftrA the
place of delivery by the inspestss at tfifcyaad.
potnu-.il by the Navy DeparunvritT
Contractors not residing at the pieces wharedeliveries
are required, must eitanlieh agencies at
such places, that no delay may arias in furnishing
what may be required; and wmb a uoaliartoi ftufa
promptly to comply with a requisition,-tha navy
agent at the port where the tafaanao ia reqmiee <o*ba
delivered shall be authorized to purchase the same;
and the contractor shall be liable for any excess?f
cost over the contract price. *... .. -j. >.
Bidders whose proposals are accepted (and noaa
others) will be forthwith notified thtredft and these
days over and above the ordinary thnataqniaedifor
the regular transmission of the mail WiH/hpnaUumul
for them to signify their readiness to;eatssiata! contract;
and ten days over and above lhentidinaey time
required for the regular transmission laf-thai mail
will be allowed for the executiatf aafi.ratara of a
contract end bond; at the expiration -of. -which periods,
if no answer be received or contaact-and bond
returned, the supply will be offered U> the next low
est bidder, according to law.
The department reserves the right to reject all bids
from persons who have heretofore failed to execute
their contracts.
Bonds, with two approved sureties in one-third
the estimated amount of the respective contracts,
will be required; and ten per oentum in addition will
be withheld from the amount of all paymaota on account
thereof, as collateral security, in addition to
the bond given, to secure its performance, and not
in any event to be paid until it is in all respects
complied with; and ninety per centum of the
amount of nil deliveries made will be paid by the
Navy Agent within thirty days after billa duly authenticated
shall have been presented to him.
To be publiahed once a week until June 3, in tha
Union, Constitution, lntelligencar, Washington, D.
C.; Post and Times, Boston; Evening Post. Morning
News, and Plebeian, New York; Pennsylvania!!,
Philadelphia; Republican, Baltimore; Enquirer,
Richmond; Republican, Petersburg; Old Dominion*
Portsmouth, Virginia.
Proprietors of the above papers will be pleased to
send a copy of the paper containing the above advertisement
to this bureau.
May 3?lawtJ3
NEW GUITAR MUSIC.just received.?WM^
FICHER, Pennsylvania avenue, two doors
east of 13th street, has just iecaived the following
new music, which will be sold at four cents par
page;
You say we past forever, arranged br Weilland
In forest glades; do do do
When night comes o'er the plain; arranged by Weilland
Heaven light this scene of miaery; arranged by
Weilland "T
I dreamt that I dwelt in marble halls; arranged by
Willand
My heart returns to thee again; arranged by Weilland
The pilot; do do do
Beautiful Venice; do do do
Dermot Aatore do do do
Oh! why desire to light that face; do do do
Rondo from da Fule du Regiment; arranged by
KufTner
Six popular German waltzes
'Twaa ten o'clock; arranged by Weilland
Then youll remember me; arranged by Weilland
Rome thou art no more; do do do
I have come from a happy land; do do do
Mary Gray; do do do
The Gondolier; arranged by Balfe.
April 31
pi H EA P SHOE 8TORE&?rou are hereby no
V lifted to be and appear m ?? ? ??r wmvw wmm
on or before the firet time you want a new pair of
Boot* or Shoee, and then and there fit youreelf from
a large assortment at price* to aaiit the time*.
* J. E. FOWLER * Co.,
11th and P street*, and
W. MANN,
Sign of the LARGE BOOT,
Penn. a*., near 41 etreet.
April 17
ATH EODOLITE m perfect order, imported by
Charle* Renard, eeo., from Pari*. Price A100.
For *ale at JULIUS A. PETERS'#
Wine etore, Pa. a*., near 10th etreet.
Tan 16
ONDON 8TOUT AND PHILADELPHIA
PALE ALE. For *al* at
JULIUS A. PETERS'S
Win* atore, Pa. ar., near 10th street.
1 Jan 30 '
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