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LOCAL AGENTS
FOR THE
raupppAOi wnnMk
Jacob Merritt, Cabell C. H.
P. H. McCullech, do do
W S F.rrno, Itrr.ni.vill., V..
J. A. UNDERWOOD,.
J\o. 123 Pearl itreei, JVeic J 'ark,
IAS RECEIVED BY RECENT ARRIVALS
FROM EUROPE, and will continue to recciv,
teamen and Packets a full asaor ment of
Bobbinet and Thread Laces and Edgings, Nee
Style
Muslin Laces and Edgings, new style
4-4 and 6-4 black and yehito plain and fane;
Nets '
4-4 black Silk Nets, plain and figured
Black Silk Laces lor trimmings
Silk and Cotton Quillings
Men's and women's black, white and cnlorei
S.Ik Gloves
Men's and women's black, while and colorei
Spun Gloves
Fancy Cotton Mitts and Gloves
Black, white and colored rtilk Lace Mitts
Children's Silk '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 Diaweis
Black and Fancy Satin Vestings
Fancy Silk Cravals
Ladies' Fancy Silk Haridkcrchicls
Fancy Bonnetings
Fancy Silk and Satin Trimmings, new ant
confined styles
Bavarian Gimpa
Bullion and o her Frin> es, from 1 inch to 3j
inches, in great variety, some very ricl
Men's and women's ThibtJt and Caahmeri
Gloves /
Children's Thibet and CasJImero Gloves
Men's heavy Woollen Ghyves
do Chamois lined Berlin Gloves
Worsted Shawls, in crest variety
Jo Cravats or Comforts,
Worsted Hoods, in great variety
Children'* do
(Children's Muffs, Pelerines, Boas, dec. Sir..
Jty" All of which are offered forsajg on Iho mosl
vorable terms, july 22?If
$500 REWARD.
rHE above reward will be paid to any per* >r
who will resibre to her disconsolate parents
eir daughter, MARV FOX, or one half of sait
ward for such information as will lead to her re
very. Said Mary left her achool about 5 P. M.
i the 20th of May, 1047, and since that time hat
it been seen. jShe is only 15 years of age, 4 fee
inches, black hair, small black eyes, rather thick
tilting 11(111, rid cheeks, small features, pretty ant
lite girlish in appearance. She wore a smal
aid calico dress, pink, purple and blue; black silt
ipe and apron, black gaiter boots, pink silk shirret
it, and green veil; two small chased finger rings
gold pencil attached to a black coid, and her naili
lite abort from biting them. It is strongly sus.
ictrd that she has been abducted by a person
imed Michael, alias Martin Hare, formerly proprie
r of a Bowling Saloon, located near No. S05
roadway, opposite the franklin House, who alv
ended about that lime from this city, deserting hii
ife and leaving her entirely destitute of support.
Said Hare is about 98 years of age, no whiskers
ir complexion, and rather genteel appearance
e was seen lurking in t?e neighborhood of hei
hool a short time previous, disguised with faler
hiskers.
A sister of Hare, named Margaret, was remover
r him from a boarding school about the time of thr
slucdon, and is supposed to be with them. Shi
described as follows:?Very dark hair, almosi
rck ; dark skin, grey eyes, prominent eyebrows, g
tall scar on one eyebrow, a small scar on the righi
leek as if made by small poy, a scar formed by t
isli upon the end of the nose, nearly an inch in
ogth, the tooth next to the first double tooth or
e left side of the face gone ; she is about seventeer
ere of age.
Any information to he immediately pommunicat
I, by telegraph, if possible, to George W. Mateell
hief of Police, New York, who is authorised ti
ly the pbove rrvyard. jy21 tf
GENTINELLA BLANKETING.
t/4 AND 60 Inch Gentinella Blanketing, of i
9TC superior quality?for sale low by
TOOKER, MEADE A Co.,
jy 20 tf 35 Pine Street, N. Y
| iii 181 Fallon Sheet, N Y. CHARLL8 8TQTT, C
j. Washington, and by pruggists generally through- P"
>W tha If. 8. Price #1. Large bottles. ~~
1 ^ M. HOFFAR, DENTIST, 4} street, five
fl doom above Penn. avenr)?, east side. ?
'Teeth inserted on gold plate n better style ?.
I WWjdone in the city, and cheap ateordingly.
A\
' Rush Roberts, corner Baltimore and Hanover f
street!, Baltimore; Duval & Pureell, Richmond,
Virginia. Price 50 cents, or six bottles, $2 50. rr
{fy Avoid all pretended imitations. co
DR. WOOD'S SA RSAPAR1LLA AND n.
WILD CHERRY BITTERS. ?
For the Permanent Removal of all such Bis pc
eases aflake their rise in an Impure Blood, qi
Impaired Digestion, Morbid state of P1
the Liver and Stomach, fVcakness jj'
of the JVervous System, and a t
disordered Habit of q?
Constitution Gen- p?
erally. ni
A THREEFOLD VIRTUE.?By promoting l?
circulation, strengthening the system and ?
itating digestion, Dr. Wood's Sarsaparilla and ec
Wild Cherry Bitters will restore the most confirm- w
| ed invalid to health. Where cither these effects
are necessary to the restoration, the Bitters " fa
will be found to possess every Quality desired. H
They have been used already with the greatest k
success, in many obstinate cases of impurity of the w
blood, nervous irritation, Dyspepsia, low spirits,
Scroftila, palpitation of the heart, chronic headache
and Rheumatism. They are indeed a happy at
combination of powerful, yet safe and salutary ^
vegetable remedies, of a sterling anti unimpeach- b,
able reputation. They have won thoir popularity '
solely by their intrinsic merits, and that they hpve .
been successful, numerous certificates in the
hands of the proprietor, and the greatly increasing *"
sales fully attest. Those desirous of an agreeable
yet efficient tonic or alternative medicine, nerd tb
1 seek no further, for in this preparation they will J'
fipd ?|l that is desired.
OrtLl WkiUoulM uul Retail hvWr*rr& Kktch- etl
agents'only.
ANOTHER WONDERFUL CURE!
PHH.Anm.pniA, April 9, 1846.
Last August a year, I caught a violent cold, in
consequence of getting wet in a shower of rain.
A circumstance so comthqn gave me no immediate
Sncern, supposing that I should soon get rid of it.
1 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 oppression
from the great secretion of purulent matter
in my hings. 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 when I commenced
using " Thomson's Compound Syrup of Tar and
Wood Naphtha." I procured one bottle, and experienced
so much benefit that I resolved to continue
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 Lungs.
J. J. CHAMBERLAIN, No. 8, Carberry street.
Affirmed and subscribed this 9th day of April,
1846, before me.
John Swipt, Mayor of Philadelphia. f?.
P3* This invaluable remedy is prepared only _
by itngney h Dickinson, (successor of S. P.
Thomson) Philadelphia.
a,.1.1 -i.n kv flha.lu. <ai?u w??v,n ' I
J. D. Elwond, Middletnwn, Conn. In
(ry Our friend* abroad who are willing to ant as
the Local A genu of the National Whig will pleaae
end ue their namee and post-towns" wituout delay.
cry Whoever will aend us the money for five subscribers
to ths Weekly National Whig (price $2
per annum) lor one ynar, shall receive a copy gratia.
"AID AND COMFORT."" ~~
TO THE ENEMY.
POLK'S PASS TO SANTA ANNA.
The Commander of our Naval forces io the
Gulf is hereby directed mot to obstruet the pa's
age of Gen. Antonia Lopez de Santa Anna
and suite to Mexico should he desire to return
thither. JAMES K.POLK. re
May 15, 1846. f
Polk's admission of laming granted the pass,
"When orders were issued to the Commander
of our Naval forces in the Gulf, on the 15th" <
day of May last, only two days after the exis- 1
tence of the war had been recognized by Con t[
gress, to place the coast ol Mexico under ty
, blockade, he was directed not to obstruct the pas- N
sage of Santa Anna to Mexico slumld he return.
?PoUc's Annual Message to Congress, Dee. 7, '4b. p,
it remains to be seen whether his return may 0
not yet prove favorable to a pacific adjustment D
of existing difficulties.?Ibul. St
er
What has been seen. Kt
Battle of Monterey.?September 21, 22, Oi
23, 1846.?three days hard fightiog between cl'
Qen. Zachary Taylor with three thousand men, 5'
and Qen. Ampudia with twelve thousand
men, resulting in the capitulation of the'City
?loss of the Americans in killed and wounded?Five
Hundred! ar
Battle of Buena Vista.?February 22d be
23d, between Gen. Zachary Taylor with five ar
thousand volunteers, and Santu Anna com- ar
mandtng a Mexican force of twenty thousand Ci
men?resulting in the total overthrow of the ln
enemy?loss of the Americans in killed and ^
wounded?Seven Hundred!
Fall of Vera Cruz, and the Castle of Ulloa,
March 29th, 1847,after several days bombardment
of the town by Gen. Scott with fourteen
thousand men?loss of the Americans in
killed and wounded?One Hundred!
Battle of Cerro Gordo?April 17th and
18th, two days hard fighting, between Gen.
Scott with twelve thousand men, and Santa
Anna commanding a picked Mexican force of T
twenty thousand, resulting in the overthrow of X
the enemy?loss of the Americans in killed ''J
and wounded?Two Hundred and Fifty.
TRIUMPHANT 8UCCESSL
QONSUMPTIVES, remember that it ia Thomson's
Compound Syrup of Tar and
ood Naphtha, which ii daily effecting such
; remarkable cures in pulmonary consumption,
asthma, bronchitis, spitting blood, pain in the side
and breast, sore throat, hoarseness, palpitatiou'of
the heart, whooping cough, croup, nervous tremors,
hives, liver complaint, diseased kidney^ v.
&c.
Therefore beware of all spurious mixtures of
Tar or Naphtha, and purchaso of the advertised
location.
[IflTH nearly 200 rases, form ng an entirely
1? new anil the largest stock of elegant Usefu
id Fancy Articles of a higher order of taate, lieau
. and richness than have ever been exhibited ii
ew York.
Bronzes; Bohemian Glass; French and Dreadei
rcelain; Terra Cotta; Papier Mache; Bronzed
ilt, and Electro-silvered Wares; rich inlaid Desks
ressing Cases; Work Boxes; Sic., [Cutlery am
eel Goods; Paper and Fancy Stationery; Perfum
y, Brushes, Combe, and articles for the toilet
ins, Umbrellas, Cases, Whips, Purses, and Bngs
pera Glasses, dec. Chinese and India Fancy Arti
us, and Curiosities; an entire importation of Japa
>ne Goods, probably the most extensive and magni
rent collection ever sent out of Japan.
To their former business they will add
JEWELRY,
111 invile particular attention to their large selectioi
ith Foreign and American, of the newest, richest
id most elegant descriptions; beautiful Watche
id Clocks; fancy Silver wares. Diamonds, Cameos
orals, Enamels, Sic., all of which will be markei
plain figures at prices from which not the slight
t deduction will Ire made.
Thpir Jewelry Department will be under the car
Mr. Thomas Crane Bankat
U7f Broadway, corner of Chambers st.
july 27?tf
NEW FALL GOODS.
THE
r0L. I.
I Y. ADVERTISEMENTS.
NOTICE TO BUYERS OF CABINET
FURNITURE.
J. & J. W. Meek*.
t their Manufactory f splendid and fash
ionable Cabinet Furniture and
Upholstery,
No. 14 Vesey Street, New York,
a AVE just completed their full uenrtment o
Furniture, made in the moat ancient and mo
irn Pa.iaian and other alylea, coAaiating in part o
gyptian, Eliiabethinn, Gothic, l.ouia XIV and XV
x, all* ot which ia of their own manufacture, am
at up under their own peiaonat auperintendenci
id warranted to equal guy made in this or Europt
i wl.ich they invite the attention of buyere both t
jality and price, before purchaaing elaewhere. '
"insurance company
or THE
STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA
AT PHILADELPHIA.
chartered in 1792.
Paid up Capital, 200,000?Surplua, $55,000.
laurea Mercbandiae, Building., Machinery, Mane
factoriea, etc., in this city and vicinity.
at tno current rates.
DIRECTORS.
John M. Scott, John B. Build,
Robert M. Lewis, John Stewart,
Charles Macaleater, Geo. Trott. Jr.
N. Lewis Paleslte, Guatsvus Calhoun,
William S. Smith, James Perereaux,
Willatn R. White Charles 8. Wurtx,
SIMEON TOBY,President,
Wiixiam Hartir, Secretary.
Apply to B. 8. WHITNEY,
jy 26 tf 72 Wall street, N Y.
TIFFANY, YOIJNG, & ELLIS.
spectfully announce that they have opened thei
new establishment,
No. 21, Broadway, corner of Chambers
street, one block cbove their former
\
DAILY
WASHINGTON <
NEW GOODS.
FOR FALL TRADE
of 1847.
ALLEN, HAZEN & CO.,
52 F.xchanoe Place,
Have received by i.ate arrivals
ml will continue to receive by Packets am
Steamers from Europe, a very large ami well select
oil stock of
f English, French Fancy and Stapli
? dry goods,
f Adapted to the approaching reason, cbusiating it
' pert of the following articles, viz:
j dress goods.
% Cashmere d'Ecoaae, plain end twill atrip am
a nlai.1 pltai.l drowanb near natlcrini anil blin. niinlitl
u rich colon; Rich Plaid Victorian, iilk and wool, htgl
coin, a.
RICH VEBTING9.
Figured Silk, Velvet, plain and fancy colored ricl
Arrnure, Silk Veatings t>la> k and colored striped am
plaid patterns,' and designs; Rich Cashmere do
Black aitd colored .(riped anil plai I Satins do. of ev
ery siyle and price.
WOOLLEN NET SHAWLS.
A very large aaadrtment from lowest to highea
cost, consisting in part of the following stylus, vizNew
York, Portugal, Brampion, Washington, Turk
iah, Monterey, Pyrenees; Palo Alto.&r. &c. &c., ai
well as many others, all of which are entirely nev
it this market
FRENCH KID GLOVES. *
A most complete assortment of men's and wo
men's French Kid,,Gloves, of all colors, styles ant
price: ; also a large variety of men's Buck and wo
men's and men's Castor Gloves.
BONNET AND CAP RIBBONS.
A large and well selected stock of the newest ant
most fashionable colors and designs, comprising all
wi Iths and styles.
SILK CRAVATS.
Black and Fancy Silk Cuvats, .a large variety o!
r new styles ; also Polka Cravats, Cashmere Mufflers,
eic. etc.
" SPITALFIELD SILK IIDKS.
Plain and Twill 8ilk Hdks,'light ami dark inaddei
colors: real India anil British Corahs, 36 inch square:
I fhl?. T,?,||u I atulau . ?|a?
[l White, Crimean, end Colored Brocade do.
FRENCH SUSPENDERS,
a An auortment of entirely new atylea.
FRENCH CRAPES.
1 Including the difle ent quantities of Black, Col '
orcd and White.
j ' SILK GLOVES.
Men'e and womeh'a, of all kinds, spun and fine
; suk.
SILK GIMPS AND FRINGES.
A beautiful assortment of Black and Mole cnl'd
. Gunpa and Fringia of all widths, styles and prices.
. Also, Fancy col'tl and Black Silk Girdles.
CASHMERE AND THIBET GI.OVET.
A large assortment of all prices. Also, heavy
ribb'd W oollen do.
, CASHMERE SHAAVLS.
Rich and high colored, and mostly from lowest to
? highest prices.
i, WORSTED COMFORTERS AND CRAVATS,
J HOODS, ETC.
A very large varie'y of Comforters and Cravatt
of styles entirely new in this market. - Alia, a come
plete assortment of Worsted and Woollen Hoods
Mitts, Boots, Gaiters, Caps, Boas, Coats, Dresses,
etc. etc.
WINTER HOSIERY, ETC.
Comprising a full assortment of men's, women's
and children's Worsted and Woollen Hosiery of ev
ery description. Also, thiits and Drawers of alkinds.
M(J1\A V IAIN yuiiuw HUSIMU,
of all prices anil real Moravian Blue dye..
" IMPERIAL COTTON HOSIERY.
v' Black, Slate and Mode colore. A full assortment
TAILORS TRIMMINGS.
Black and colored Silk Twist, Vest Bindings, colf
ored and Black Silk Braids; etc. etc.
uly 20 tf
p a v iHon,
NEW BRIGHTON, 8TATEN ISLANDy '
i Mew York.
j rnilE Proprietor begs to inform his friends and
J[ the public, that he has made considerable
improvements in this establishment since the last
season. He has erected a large building containing
33 rooms, altogether disconnected from the
main body of the Pavilion. These rooms arc 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 denominated
single rooms in the various watering places
throughout the country.
The Proprietor is now ready to treat with families
or parties wishing to engage rooms for the
season. Letters addressed to him at the City Hotel,
Broadway, will be immediately attended to
I A steambont runs between New York and NewBrighton,
at the following hours, viz:
From Mm Brighton. From Morth Pier, M York.
I It M ...?1 II t M At 0 P M find to
; a " 5 20, P.M. 3 1-2, 5, & 6, P.M.
3 More frequent communications will be established
as the soason advances.
The Pavilion is ready for the reception of company.
F. BLANCUAKD.
may 13?tf
J. STOUVENEL & CO.,
JVo. 29 Cold street and JVo- 3 John street
near Broadway,
IV e-w York,
M' ANIJEACTURER9, WHOLESALE and
RETAIL DEALERS in
CHLVJl, OJJiSS, JUS"I) LAMPS, ./
". for oil and lard.
1 Gas Fixtures of every description, Solar and
' Gas Lamps, Chandeliers, Brackets, Girandoles,
Candelabra,, the.'
Private hopses, churches, and hotels, fitted lip
with Gas, at a great reduction in price, and all
articles warranted.
l A complete assortment of the richest cut presst
ed, and plain Glass constantly on hand.
I All the above articles made to order, and all
I kinds of Glassware matched to any pattern,
i Lamps altered and repaired.
I Goods loaned to paptips.
i Oil at wholesale bnd retail.
\ New style of Hall Lamps and Lanterns,
may 13?tf
| H. 4- D. H BROOKS CO.,
i CLOTHIERS AND DEALERS
i ,N
CLOTHS, CASSIMEttKS Ac VESTINGS,
A'us. 110 and 118 Cherry street, JY: K.
" CORNER OF CATHERINE.
HAVE on hand a very large STOCK of
Fashionable ready made Clothing, just manufactured,
and especially adapted to the season.
Also, an extensive and complete assortment of
Fancy Articles, embracing every variety pertaining
to a Gentlemen's wardrobe. Also, Clothe, Caeeimerre
and Vesting*, by the piece, or in quantities
to suit purchasers.
GARMENTS of every description manufactured
to order in the beat possible manner and in point of
' style not to be surpassed.
1 july 30 tf
JVE W PJiPQR li Ji JYtil JVG U.
AND WINDOW SHAPES.
Nicholas pike a co.,No. 173 pearl street,
Importers tml Manufacturers, havejust opened
a very extensive supply of every style and quality of
American and French Paper Hanginga, Borders,
Fire-board Prints, and wide Window Curtain Paper,
a Also, a splendid assortment of painted Window
Shades ai d futures for the aatqe, which they offer
to Merchante, Peelers and othera at the very lowest
. prices. , july 30-tl
NATIi
CITY, D.C. MONDAY,
STEAM PRESS BRICKS.
A REMARKABLE evidence of the superior
strength (if th>*e Bricks may be witnensui ai
the Atheweum, where nearly 500 000 hare Iteen
delivered within the last two months, and yet the
eritire waste from this large quautily would scarcely
I fill a common cart
I PRICES AT THE KILN WHARF.
Run of the kiln, per m, #6.- all arch. 6 60, arch
and red, $7; all red, 7 60; delivered at Light street
; or Pratt street wharf at 60 cents prm additiohal,
or at any part of the city according to distance.
i Double pressed Fronts, such as are now I.* at
the Athcnieum, light red for cascing fire places, laying
hearths or floors of ovens, dtp. $10 pei m.
i Hard ha s, per two horse loads, $1 60.
FIRE BRICK**, the beat known tor blast Fur'
nirp. *20 td *26 Der m. or $2 60 to S3 ucr hnn
(Jretl according to aiza.
Refer to Peter Mowel. Munson Iron Work-; Juo.
Barket, X. M. Folea, Baltimore; John (iamb.r, Mid1
dletovrn, Pa., and many othera. Address
J FRANCIS H. SMITH, Baltimore.
> julv 27?if .
rilHE MERCHANT8 SHOT TOWER COMM.
PA NY respectfully inform the trade that they
have removed to the Tower, corner of Front and
Fayette streets, (formerly known as the Phtenix)
_ and have on hand a lull assortment of Drop end
| Buck Shot, all sizes; Bar and Pig Lead, etc., etc., to
f which they invite the attention of purchasers. They
also ofTer for sale their premises and Buildings on
Eutaw street, together with an Eight Horse Engine
and Boiler, in good 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
9tipply 6f Groceries, Teas, Wines, Liquors,
j kc., which will be sold low for cash, or short credit,
to punctual customers, viz :
40 chests Gunpowder, Imperial, Young Hyson, and
Black Teas, which will be sold low by the box
f 50 bags Java, Laguyra, Kio, k St Domingo ColTee
25 whole and half barrels Buckwheat
15 bugs Buckwheat
20 boxes Colgate's Starch
. 25 whole and half bbls. Nos. 1, 2 and 3 Mackerel
5 quintals Codfish
' 25 boxes Scotch Herrings, large size
' 10 dozen Nos 1 and 2 Alicante Mats
35 kegs superior Goshen Butter
30 do do Glade; do
50 boxes Sperm Candles
20 nests flour and painted Pails
30 dozen Brooms
0 do Whisks
10 nests Market Baskets
3 bales Almonds
30 whole and half boxes Raisins
10 boxes Vermicelli and Macaroni
5 cases Canton Ginger
Good HYSON, 0 75 "
Very fine do 1 00 "
Extra fragrant, \ 35 "
Good HV?ON 8KIJV, 0 50 "
Good IMPERIAL, 0 75 "
Very fine . do i 00 11
Extra fine do 1 25 "
Good GUNPOWDER, 0 75 ?
Fine do I 00 "
Extra fine do 1 25 "
BLACKS.
No. 1 SOUCHONG, $0 50 per lb
No. 2 do .0 62 ?
Finest do 0 76 "
Fragrant POWCHONG, various prices.
CONGO, ' various prices, i
Fine OOLONG. 0 50 44
Very fino do 0 75 15
Exiro fine do 1 00 14 j
NINGYONG, N various rices. '
Finest ENGLISH BREAKFAST
TEA, (very rich Pekoe flavored) 0 75
Fine ORANGE PEKOE, 0 62}
Finest PEKOE FLOWERS, 1 00
HOWl}UA, or finest Black Tea imported,
I 00 '
fie plus ultra TES, both Green ami
Black, of all descriptions, the
highest grades grown in
China, $1 60 per lb.
(jj-TAKE NOTICE !?THE CANTON TEA
COMPANY are the exfltuive venders of the superior
Blsck Tea called "HOWQUA'8 MIXTl RE."
They introduced it in America in 1840?and every
othor jiersnn or house professing to sell the same at
all, much less at a lower price?deceive the unwary,
as the public themselves will perceive, by comparing
the spurious with the genuine "Howqua" vended by
the Canton Tea Company.
Every package (in addition to its containing
FULL WEIGHT, independent of the wrap|>er,)
bear the stamp of neatness and elegance, and the
Teas therein are so thoroughly secured from ight
nn.l air ihai ihnir nnalitv and nower will remain un
impaired in any climate.
Agency at George Tci \pleman's Book Store,
Washington, D. U.
jan. 6?|y
IOOO UbB. of Epsom Salts?
For aale by UHAS. STOTT,
Drug 4c Apoth corner 7th 4c Fa as.
may 31 tf
*
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 baskets Salad Oil
500 gallons winter-strained and Lard Oil
20000 Cigars, of our own importation
__ SIMMS & SON.
GOODYEAR'S PATENT INSOLUBLE
India Rubber Fabric*!!!
MIL STEVEN 8 (Isle Pish & Co) bos'
, for sale a great variety of India Rubber
( ootid such a * Cloaks, Coats, Beds, Haversacks,
, Saddle. Bugs, Paper File Holders, Door Springs,
&c. &c. In fact, nearly even' article made fr m
India Rubber on band, or procured at two or three
dnyn notice.
Also, a full assortment of BLACK A WHITE
HATS, of the various fabrics now in vogue.
STEVENS, (Late Fiah & Co.) ;
Gent's Outfitting Store, No. 1 Brown's Hotel, j
TEAS, TEAS.!
ff.iailiii^iuii) mW? v,.
Agency of the New York
CANTON TEA COMPANY.
largest and oldest 7'ea Establisment in America.?
The public have had lull proof of their integrity and
responsibility. But such has been the great and
pressing demand for theh TEAS of late, that they
huve been obliged to enlarge, to a great extent, tneir
two principal establishments in New York, viz:
126 CHATHAM AND 163 GREENWICH
STREETS*
They moreover possess facilities, in relation to the
Tea Trade, in a very abundant degree, and doubtless,
superior to any other Tea Concern in America.
Tbeir scrupulous regard to all principles that tend
to elevate the character of a large house, is well understood,
and has already secured them a connection,
probably, larger than all other Tea Establishments
united, and they consequently are determined
to sell Teas purer, more fragrant, and perfect for
the prices, in the sggregate, than any house in the
world?China excepted.
They most zealously invito the attention of the inhabitants
of WASHINGTON, D. (J., to their
Agency, where the following assortments arc always
on hand; and they feel no hesitation in statin# that
wherever a single trial is made, a very decided pre- \
ferenco is given to the celebrated Teas of the (JANTON
TEA COMPANY.
(?y* Header, make the experiment!
Retail Friers as follows, sufrjcct in all cassx to he
returned if not approved of?
GREENS.
Good YOUNG HYSON, $0 50 per lb.
Fine do 0 62? 44
No. 2.fragrant do 0 75 44
No. 3 very fine c|o 1 00 44
Silver leaf. do 1 25 44
ONAL1
AUG. 9, 1847.
BRITISH DRi! GOODS. [;l
KIGGS, JENKINS & CO.
\o 33, William-NlnTt, IV. Y.
Ha VE III .lore anil now landing. an exleusive b
HlMlmeiit of Stable and Fancy Goods, adapted
to tike WMI trade
STUFF GOODS.
ORLEANS CDOTH3- Ulack, colored and fancy,
in crrat variety, '
ALPACCA LUSTRES?Of auperior finish, in all ;
qualities,
SILK WAKP ALPACCA8?Prom low fiefiue, - <
PI. AID LUSTRB8? Mourning and high colored, '
BLACK MOHAIR CHECKS?Caledonians, 1
811,K STRIPED LUSTRES?Plain ?ni twilled, '
THIBET CLOTHS?Single and double twilled, '
BENGAL STRIPES?Silk figuiod Cashmeres
DRESS GOODS.
MOUSLIN DE LAINES?Mourning and fancy,
CASHMERE D'ECOSSE?Gingham Rtilws, l
2d and 31) inch GINGHAMS?Earleatua und
Tartan,
OREGON, CALIFORNIAN8 AND BUENA
VISTAS,
TARTAN PLAlDSMfiilk and Silk and Collori,
VIl.TORIA CASH ERES?New and confined
* styles, *
3-4 and 4-4 PRINTS?Chinta. Mourning and f
" Furniture. , [
MEN'S WEAR.
CLOTHS?Wool blacks and blues, of superior i
make, I
VALENCIA, Cashmere and Silk figured Vesting., a
SERGES, 3-4 and 6-4. a complete assortment, n
3-4 and 6-4 WOLLBN PLAIDS, for linings, r
LAMA SILECIAS, selected colors. Black Caahane, v
INDIGO BLUE PILOTS, BED PADDINGS,
Ac., Ac. ' july 20 tf t
TOOKER, MEAD & CO.,
35 Pine street, New York.
OF PER for sale on favorable terms?
Genlinella Blue Blanketa,
do do Blankets,
Fancy end Duffill 6c Twilled Blanket",
Dark Blue a< d Green Mackinaw do,
Pilot and Beaver Clotha,
.'M and 6-4 Red Paddings, t
3-4 and 6-4 Worsted Serges, I
6 4 Alpacchs and Orleans Cloths, ' p
Earle.-ton Ginghams,
Super Wove Oregons,
British Long Cloths, d
Gala Plaids, r
8-4 Tartan Shawls,
Drab, Scarlet and assorted Damaaks, f
ALSO, a full and complete asaortment of Dun
dee Linens. jy 20 tf |(
DAWES & BARlTE Rr
30 John street, JYnr York. y
Hosiery, # i>ravafs, ?uspende?s,
whirls, Gloves, Collars, Arc.
Under Shirts and Druwer* of every kind, wholesale
and retail.
Francis H. Daweb, John G. Barker.
july 22?tf
FLOOU OILCLOTHS. |i
PPARKMAN & KBL8EY,
No. 285 Broadway, opposite Stewart'a, N. York.
OFFER AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL A
very large assortment of Fr.ooR Oil Cloths
! in every variety of quality aud style. Their new pateniH
surpass any otlmr in the market, in richness
I of coloring and beauty of design. and the original
! drawings have been secured by Let fern Patent, to ?
j prevent other dealers or manufacturers from copy- i
[ ing the same. Tim Inflowing comprises our present >
style of patterns: f
Orientals Grecian cross i
Tapestry scrolls, Antique marble r
Gothic pavements Gothic octagon do t
Marble tile Arabesque do a
Egyptian marble Mosaic 1)0 d
Ita'ian do. Persian patterns t
Uove and white do Bouquet do n
New Trinity pattern Tresselnted wdo ?
Rich gothic do Queen of the May, ii
Vine do l)rsh and chintz scroll ti
ltubv and chintz do &c. See. Arc.
JV. B.?2000 yards Otu Stocr, with borders, very h
heav^ goods, superior, but old patterns, selling at a
low rates. d
CARPETING S. fi
A choice assortment of Tapestry Brussels, Three- IV
Ply and Ingrain
CARPETINGS,
of entirely new patterns, selected expressly for city
retail trade.
May 14 tf
SPLENDID AND FASHIONABLE CAB.NET FUR- "I
NITURE. J
E. W. HUTCHINGS & CO. h<
475 Broadway, New York, "
(Between Grand and Broome streets.) P"
HAVING just completed their assortment of the m
most elegant and fsshionahle Cabinet Furni- a9
lure ill the city, consisting of ancient and modern and
Parisian styles so much in vogue at the present
day, which have been got up under their own super- .
intendanre and inspection, and warranted equal to 7
any in th city, in every respect. Those who intend 111
purchasing this season, are invited to call and exam- J111
ine (heir assortment before making their selection ?
elsewhere july 24?11 _
FRENCH PAPER HANGINGS,
IVIJSDOW SHAVES
AND UPHOLSTERY GOODS.
SOI.OMA^f HART, 243 Broadway, oppoailo' the 1
Park, have just received in store per the late ar- ^
rivals from France their assortment of Paper Hang- I
ings and JWdere, which for variety and styles i\?i? *
un-urpassed. They have been selected in Puris by
one of tho firm, and comprise the newest patten.u
foT parlors, brd rooms and halls, embracing new descriptions
in gold, silver and fresco, particularly
adapted for rooms in this city.
Their stock of Window shades are now also conf^
pffte, having been selected and painted hy the most
celebrated artists in Paris, and consisting of the new- n's
est designs and at prifes lower than have heretofore
been offered* },n
S. H. would also beg to call the attention of "a
families to their stock of Upholstery Goods, which
embracing ihe beat selected assortment of material"
for furniture covering and Window Curttine, willt ~
Trimming", Comb es, Ac., to correspond.
Wholesale dealers suppl ed on liberal terms.
N. B. This establishment always closed on Saturdays.
july 24-tf
BRANDIES.?Very fine old God lard; do Oiard,
Dupuy A Co; do Hennessey; do Ciiampiin; I
Jo Sazorack; do i. J lippuy. J
WINES?Fine o'd Howard, March A Co. Ma- he
deira, do Constitution do, do Reserve do, do Brah- fo
man do, do Blackburn do, do I.ondo. Particular do, Ti
do Wanderer do, do Clay do, do Harmony do, do |lei
Monteiro do, do Bud do, do Rapid do, do Campa- Ct
neiro do, do Amontillado Pale Sherry, do Smith, R
Woodhouse A Co.'s. Pgle and Brown Sherry, do an
Loboilodo, do i<ondon Dock Port, do T. J. Smith, Ci
Harmony do, Champagne, favorite brands. ch
A large assortment of B rdeaux, Claret and other in
Freneb Wines, Hock Wines, Tokay, Constanlis, C
Johanneslierger, Ac., Ac. II
Hermitage, Red and White Burgundy, in boxes, M
each dozen.
For sale by ROBERT GRACIE.
iulv 24 tf Hi Broad street N V
JOSEPH B. WEST, ,
GLASS STAINER AND ENAMF-LLER. J
STAINED OI.AS8 for Churchea, Private 01
Dwelling* end Public Building*, Sietm end
Packet ahipa, Ac. Ac., 487 Bowery. p
N. B. Qlaaa of every color end ahade conalanlly p
on hand. Alao, Hall Lamp* of varioua atyiea and h
ahade conatantly on hand. Also, Hall Lamp* of li
varioua atyle* and pattern*, for private dwelling*. a
Now York.j?l/ ?tf I
m
whig. ;
Tl
- - - - " ofliK
NO. 95 M
plM t
^ also I
GUNS AND PISTOLS.?Just received and undei
now opening? for th
150 single barrel Guns, $ "took, percussion lock*, called
'Jpw priced." waa i
100 aingle barrel do, rib'd imifl. wire barrels,
lack action, locks.
50 double birrel doimita. wire hick action locks. VV
50 double barrel* Guns do real patent breech. an ex
48 ilo do real twiu and pitfNit do high!
600 pairs Pocket Piaiola, "low priced," from 81c.
>er pr to $4,50. g'(
N. B. About 20 double barret Guns, alightly
Immured, which will be sold very low. Gunsmiths an(j ^
vill find it to their interest to examine the u; lor sale ?Oo
,y NBWBOULP & RU98EM., 2d.
Vo. 14U Ful'on 11 reel, New York, between BroaJvny
und Nassau at., importers of Hardware and |jy
Jun". julp 37 if. |
E YV. TRYON 6c COL,
TAILORS, .
237 Biouthvni/, corner Park Place, up ataira, noliti
\re rereiving the newest styles of gooda and fash- "1<0j
lona by evury aleum.-r. ChM
July 24-if
l?I A NO-FORTES.
Mw Y?rk. ,Ze,
H WORCESTER respectfully informs his
i friends a''d the public thai he has opened a
Show Room on the ground floor of his manufactory, I
Vo. 137 Third Avenue, pear the corner of 14th wujc|
trtifct, where he has a good a?*ortment of Piana j?iar(
'ortes from i to 7 octaves, in Rosewood and Ma- J ^
loyally Cases, which he oilers on the most reasonihle
terms. Not having any sales room excepting
it hi* manufactory, he is eualded to superintend the
nanufacture ol his instruments andtrusts that they .
vill compare favorably with any others in market. . j.
Professors, Amateurs, and the public are invited l *|?j
o call and examine for themselves. ' , 1
l .?y ,f US tO
July27-tf , June
TO MERCHANTS. MERCHANT
TAILORS, AND CLOTHIERS. J"
WILSON G. HUNT $ Co.,
W Wi/lin-ni at.. r'nrtipr nf Afniitpn Inn*. ...ffi.
.Yew Fori. turer
IMPORTERS of every description of Goods the!
adapted to MEN'8 WEAR, invite the attention ' > ev
>f the Trade to their New Autumn Styles which
hey offer by the Piece or Package at the lowest street
trices; consisting of CI
Mackinaw Blankets, Pilot Cloths, and Flushinga. 7th a
Belgiqm, German, French and English Cloths, jnl
lireel from the most celebrated manufactures in Eu- .
ope.
American Cloths and Cassimerea, low and super- t
ine by the piece or package. J
04 and 3-4 Doeskin in Cassimerea, black and coaretl
silk Berges
New Styles Merino, Valencia and Satin Vesting!
Riding Cords, l.yons, Velvets, black Italian Craa(a.
Plaid Linings, nil wool and Union Fabrics FC
Red Paddinga, Tabby Velvets and Velveteens
Mnzourka and Alpaca serges, black and colored T T
Plaid Canton Linings, Brown Hollands -Lit
Single and double mill'd Tweeds and heavy coat- nslui
ags fair,
English Silesias and Casbans, all colors and suaitiea
'let
Siper Twist, Italian Sewings and MarsUIU'a
rhrcad
july 27?if AN
WATER CURE.
EPIIRATA, l-iJYCASTER CO.. PEJY.Y. vent
r|1HE EPHRATA HVDROPHATfC INSTI- Fi
M. TUTE is in successful operation under the ents
lireciion of Dr. F. J.aisxiiitvn, who has hail the line I
idvanrage of six months experience with Friesznitz, "hie
it the Gral'enburg Institute, in Germany, and has "Bath
iractised the water cure treatment in this country fresh
or the last six years, and within the last twn years subst
it this ntnrA hnvimr riiutunid mnnv hitn.ilnaa natianta Tl
o full health. There are many natural advantages Shipi
it Ephrata pure water, the mountain air and splep- counl
lid scenery, not surpassed in any country. Addi- mate
ional buildings have been erected this season. The
nountain dousche has been much improved, and DM
nveral fine springs of pure water nave been brought
ilo use, so that a large additional number of pa- T)a]
rnts and visiters can be comfortably accommodated. JL ^
Ephrata being very easy of access, a stage leaving fresh
leading for this place every Monday, Wednesday are ni
?d Friday, and Lancaster every Tuesday, Thurs- and g
ay and Saturday; there is also a tri-weekly stage persoi
'om Downingtoii via Ephrnta to Harrisburg. advan
Icdical attendance and boarding at reasonable terms, than i
Ephrata, july 2G tf in thii
JOHN COTTIER, '
WATCHMAKER,
NO. 15 WALLWREET, N. Y. ,
a A VINO dissolved his connection with S. W. j
Benedict, and opened a store at 15 Wall st., \
ipes by continued personal attention to the repairing ^
id regulating of chronometer, duplex, repeating, g
itcnt detached lever, and all other kinds of watches, 1
antic and office clerks, fetill to retain his reputation
a workman, and merit a share of public patronage. \ar
Gold and silver watches, silver spoons, forks, dec. 1
the best description, and equal to coin. 4
His Regulator, (made by himself,) end extensive- known
for the last two years as Benedict's Regu j0
tor, Wall street, having been accurately adjusted 2
id timed by transit observations, will always secure
his friends and the public the correct time.
jy 27
EUTAW HOUSE, Al?
Corner of Baltimore and Entitle streets, mtnuf
i.iltimorc, lid.
Henry F. Jackson, Proprietor. ,p"
Mils splendid and spacious Hotel, eligibly ?ilu- qti
ated for both business and pleasure trnvellera, is O Jj
ronduclnd as to combine all the luxuries of the
t hotels with elegance and real comfort.
Choice suites of apartments at all seasons rpservfor
the accommodation of transient guests, and
nilies visiting the city will And the Eutaw House
hnmp, unsurpassed by any hotel in the Union.
The locution is elevated anil salubrious, and is
in convenient to the depute and landings, at which
t cnaches and porters of the House are at all Br# w>
nes |n waiting to convey passengers and their |j,e _e(
ggage, flree of chmgn, to the Hotel. rifying
Gentlemen's Ordinary, ft fiO per day.
I,allien' do U 00 do. .
Baltimore, july S7?tf . mSy
FREDERICK A. VVOODWORTH,
IMPORTER OF
RICH FANCY GOODS,
3'2tj Broadway, jWw York. ma*
7IAN8, Musical Boxes, Work Boxes, Dressing
, Cases, Travelling Cases, Writing Desks, Bomian
(ilass-ware. Card Cases, Souvenirs, Portlios,
Porkel Books, Pursea Reticules, Work ,
ililes, Work Baskets,and Card Receivers,?Paperies.
pine Bronre Groups and Statuettes, I.iqueur
ises, Snuff Boxes, Segar Cases, Biscuit Groups ;?
ichlv decotated Porcslaine Vases. Toilet Routes
id ornaments of svcry description, for mantel*,
rm<tole&, Ptagerea And Boudoirs; Accordions, Meantral
Toys, Parasols and Bun-ahadca ;?Walk- miy
g Canes, Fancy Stationery, Opera Glasses,
hoir* Perfumery, Toilet Comhs and Brushes,
ead Ornaments, Silver Gilt Services, Ready Pen J ^ ]
itkers. Napkin Rings, Camera Opticas, etc.,
juty 24 tl Wholesale and Retail. ^
SMUTT MACHINES?SMUTT A Z
MACHINES.
rOHNSTON'S Patented Improvement of Young from i
I end Clerk's Patent Wmutt Machine,, conatently in the
x htnd end for eele, for reeb, by the subscriber. metiai
The oapacily 01 these machines to do the work Chror
roperly, is too well known to need any newepap. r other
uffing; all that is needed to insure rapid aalea, is to when
eve the place pointed out where they can at all flcial,
imcs be had. Tor sale by the subecriber, 17, Light in uei
treat, Baltimore. i ma
july 27?tf JOSIAH RICHARDSON. |
-
cllur't Patent Japan Blacking i* about the
irticle of tha kind wo km aaoo. Tho poffah
h it imparts to tho underetandinge of nan ia
int and lasting: wa hare triad it and it boote
aey all (bit in ita behalf.?Evening Bulletin.
7th" , .
te Manufacturer can produce nttmerona teetiala
similar to Ibeabova, from private indiriduala
torn other papers, but the above extracts am
iient to convince any person that tha aa?ndachaa
not exaggerated; bnt that upon a fair trial
Hacking will be Ibtmd as rapreeentad, excellent
ery respect.
WELLAR, Manufacturer, No. SO, Chaanut
t, Philadelphia.
HARLE8 8TOTT, comer Peon. Avenue and
treet, Agent for Washington, D. C.
lyie-tfj |
LLOYD'S
10UGH AND READY
SAND SOAP}
AND ,*
TABLfTS,
)R CLEANSING, WHITENING,'AND'
BEAUTIFYING THE HANDS.
LI.OYD has ingeniously succeeded, in in,
venting a Compound of such a delightful
e as to render the hardest and roughest skfit soft,
and delicately white.
dies Riding, Gardening, or Painting, end Gen?
. eheetin* Hunting, Fishing, Ciilhating,
uig, Are., or any amuamnant jot exertion peeiuJ
to the hands, will find the iiuwoved ROUGH
D READY WA8H BALLsSdTABLRTa
ingly elficactooe hi removing all hardrnaa, stain,
ess, and all other cutaneous disfigurement; proing
and rendering the akin soft, fair, and pliable,
rom the nice combination of Baleomto inrrediintroduced
into the composition, they font a
Lrestny Lather, with the hardest or Sea Waie?
h renders thera very desirable for Salt Watar
" They produce the moat softening and reing
sensation, and will be found so cxoeilant
ituto for the'Fieah Bruah.
ley are highly recommended to Captains of
?, Merchants, aid all who trada with foreign
tries, as they will retain tbcif-virtne in any cli>
For sale by CHA8. 8TOTT.
Y ** Apdkn corner <jf 1th 4 Pa. an.
Ints, Oils, and Palut Brushes, Ac.
'he eubeciibef hu just iMiml lup and
apply of PAINTS, OILS, Ac, p?rt of which
tmeil below. They ere guaranteed to be pure
[ood, and from the beet manufactories. All
na wanting each articles would find it to their
tage to call, aa I am determined to sell lower
rimilar articles can be got at any other piece
i city.
ISO kegs Whits Lead
.20 lbs. Chrome Qreen
20 lbs. Chrome Yellow
20 lbs. Chrome Red
00 lbs. Pure Verdegris
100 lbs. Red Lead and Litharge
00 Iba. Imperial Green
<00 Iba. Venetian Red and 8p. Brown in oOJ
10* Iba. Yellow Ochre in oil
00 lbs. Paria Green, dry
50 Iba. do. do. in oil
ge assortment of Paint and White Wath
Brwhet. S
00 lbs. Lamp Black, dry and in oil
10 lbs. Sp. Whiting
00 Iba Putty
00 Boxes of Window Glass, all siaas . ,
5 bbla. Linseed Oil
5 bbla. Copal and Japan Varniah
8 bbla. 8p. Turpentine ,
1 cask bleached Lamp Oil, at 78 eta ft. gall.
?,'PURE PINE OIL, received fresh from the
actory every week.
CHARLES 8TOTT, comer 7th street
1 27?6mo and Penn. At.
AS0NABLE MEDICINES.
Bull's extract of SartapariUa
Sand's do do
Leldy's do do
Towhsend's do
Schwartxe>a do
Houoh's Panacea
Swaim's do
syrup Sarsaparilla Compound
ee medicines ara all of Standard Merit, aad
rrantcd pure and genuine. At this season of
ir they will be found highly beneficial far puthe
blood and in rigors ting the systaofe
For sale by CHA8.8TOTT. ?
Drug dc Apothcomar of 7thdc Pa sr.
21 tf
ALUM. 1,500
pounds of Alum, %
For sale by CHAS. STOTT, m
Drug it Apoth corner 7th dc Pa.
1W " IT.
VARNISH.
Coach Tarnish
o. 1 Furniture do
' * do do
[Scraping do
Japan do m js .
Leather do 9
For sale in five gallon tins bjr
CHA8. 8TOTT,
Drug and Apoth comer of 7thdt Pa a*.
21 If *
PATENT MEDICATED
[) I A RUBBER P0R04JS? *
strengthening Plaster. e a
II cases whers it is thought advisable to k*p
permanent stimulant impression on or dKr .
gan disoaasd, these plasters mill be fot^^tigb- *
liable. In fad, all the benefit that cuNccrue
i continuoua counter-irritant will be produced
moat ethoient manner b; them. As In Rheun
I.umhaaA fW ^
lie Dim* of the Liver, "fining iirifr
internal orgene, in ahort, in ell oilier caaae
> wanning or atrenglhening pluter* era beoethne
will be found to be auperior to any now
>. For aale by
.y 31 tf CHARLES 8T0TT.
Drug 4 Apoth comer 7th A Pa av.
1
:y iV/'JftiP . 1
^2]
W ELL A R'S
(LACKLNG.
i? undrwfMd hef* lake* to a* * tion
^d-te?of?2?? goo****? Mutt*.
a bo*4MBM&
icellent propertieeof hi* BMiili, *wl M*
o virioui person* (each ? Boot Kin ? )
0 several of tbo Nfwiptjuo. Thf extracts
rnrath an from aoiw of lb* pepam, theymaak
tmaelna; oloo several perapna Ofbh tfW it lav#
1 and iaid that tha Japa^/Liguid Blacking
uperior to any thing thay had Hit uaad
;tkacts from jiewipamm.
iUar't Patent Japan Blacking Is (fan nana of
:cetlent article; are baas am M uaad, and can
y recommend it?'N. American, April IS.
Uar\t Blacking is one of the maaS superb and
ictary articles o? the day. It imparls a baUhanca
lolish beyond dascription. Wo huao triad !?.***
ind do like wiae.'?Spirit of the Times, April
* * ' '?
' reference to another column, asadaaartiaaritnBt
>e found for an aaiaUaaa articteof Blachftftlri
|uid form, for Boots, drc. It has beam WjMr
amended by many who base triad it. ft pea
gives, with vary little trouble, a btarnHfiU Jot
1, but retains h much longer than any other. It
d by tha Agent Of the Manufacturer at No. 60,
nut treat. Buy a bottle, one arid will pnva
iCL ?Phil. Jaedgee, April 49.
Ilar'i Blacking is one of the most shining artin
the market.?Spirit of the Timas, Aprils.
Jent QMb*g.-i*^*. Welhtr, No.fSflf.CW
St., hue prepared a Patent Liquid Blacfcifag.
b produces a beautiful jet Polish, and doaa no*
b the leather. Those who would have apniiahnders
tending should mad the advertisement in
wr columtu?U. 8. Oaaatts, May 1.

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