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Announcements of marriages and destlis, church notices, noticos of the various Charitable, Educational, Temperance, Ac., Societies, Fire and Military Companies, &c., inserted without charge. LOCAL AGENTS FOR THE sjAiNK2)syA& wiEm^o Jacob Merritt, CabellC. H. P. H. McCullsch, do do II. S. Farrow, Urculsvillo, Va. J. U. El wood, Middletown, Conn. . <Xj" Our friends abroad who are willing to act as the Local Agents of tho National Whig will please send us their names and post-towns without delay. m* Whoever will send us the money f >r live subscribers to the Weelt'y National Whig (price $" per annum) lor one year, shall receive a copy gratis. "AID AND COM FORT '' TO THE ENEMY. POLK'S PASS TO SANTA ANNA. The Commander of our Naval forces it) the n..u :.. r r... .i,.-..,.,,! .,,?i ,i... sage of Gen. Antonia Lofez de Santa Anna and suite to Mexico should lie desire to return thither. JAMES K-POLK. , May 15, 1846. Polk's admission of having granted the pass, "When orders were issued to the Cuiiiniaudel of our Naval forces in the Gulf, on the 15th day of May last, only two days alter the existence of the war had been recognized by Con cress, to place the coast ol Mexico under ' blockade, he was directed not to obstruct the ]>as- ! sage of Santa Anna to Mexico should he return. ?FoUc's JinnuulMessage to Congress, Llec. 7, '-Hi. It remains to be seen whether his return may not yet prove favorable to a uacilic adjustment ! of existing difficulties.? Ibid. * rFlint has been seen. j Battle of Monterev.?September 21, 22, < 23, 1840.?three days hard lighting between c Gen. Zachary Taylor with three thousand men, t and Gen. Ampudia with twelve thousand I i men, resulting in the capitulation of the City ?loss of the Americans in killed and wounded?Five Hundred! Battle of Boena Vista.?February 22d ( 23d, hetwecu Gen. Zachary Taylor with live thousand volunteers, aud Sanlti Anna coin , mantling a Mexican force of twenty thousand ( ! men?resulliug in the total overthrow of the , enemy?loss of the Americans in killed and , wounded?Seven Hundred! Fallot Vera Cruz, and the Castle of Ul- > loa, March 20th, 1847, alter several days bombardment of the town by Gen. Scott with fourteen thousand men?loss of the Americans in. killed and wounded? One Hundred! Battle or Ceiiro Gordo?April 17th and 18th, two days hard lighting, between Gen. Scott with twelve thousand men, and Santa Anna commanding a picked J\lexicon force of twenty thousand, resulting in the overthrow ol the enemy?loss of the Americans in killed i and wounded?Two Hundred and PiJIy. TRIUMPHANT SUCCESS. /"10NSUMPTIVE8, remember that it is Tlioin^7 son's Compound Syrup of Tar and Wood Naphtha, which i? daily effecting such remarkable cures in pulmonary consumption, asthma, bronchitis, spitting blood, pain in the side and breast, sore throat, hoarseness, palpitation of the heart, whooping cough, croup, nervous tremors, hives, liver complaint, diseased kidneys, &c. Therefore beware of all spurious mixtures of Tar or Naphtha, and purchase of the advertised agents only. ANOTHER WONDERFUL CUKE! I'm i.yum.mi t, April 0, 1816. Last August a year, 1 caught a violent cold, in consequence of getting wet in a shower of rain. A circumstance so common gave me no immediate concern, supposing that I should soon gel rid of it. On the contrary, however, 1 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 lungs. 1 became greatly alarmed; and my friends considered my situation extremely critical, the more so as loss of uppetite, hectic fever, and night sweuts rendered me as weak as a child, and at night thu sweat literally poured off me ! This was my condition when I commenced using " Thomson's Compound Syrup of Tar and Wood Naphtha." 1 procured one bottle, and experienced so much benefit that I resolved to continue it. It is now six mouths since I ceased using thu medicine, and tlio 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, Carbcrry street. Affirmed and subscribed this 6th day of April, 1846, before mo. John Swift, Mayor of Philadelphia. fry- This invaluablo remedy is prepared only by Angney & Dickinson, (successor of 8. T. 1 liomson) Philadelphia. Sold also hy Charles Stott, Washington, B. Rush Roberts, corner Baltimore and Hanover streets, Baltimore; Duval te I'urccll, Richmond, Virginia. Price 9(1 cents, or six bottles, *v! 90. ?^b=. ?ii ...i..?.i.?i i?imum BR. WOOD'S SARSAPARIM.A AND WILD CHERRY HITTERS. For the Permanent Removal of alt such His eases an lake their rise in un Impure Hlood, Impaired Digestion, Morbid slate of the Liver and Stomach, IVeakness of the Nervous System, and a disordered Habit of Constitution Generally. A THREEFOLD VIRTUE.?By promoting circulation, strengthening (lie system ami itating digestion, Dr. Wood's Sarsuparilia and Wild Cherry Bi'ters will restore the most confirmed invalid to health. Where either these effects are necessary to the restoration, the " Bitters " will be found to possess every ipialily desired. They have been used already with the greatest success, in many obstinate eases of impurity of the blood, nervous irritation, Dy spepsia, low spirits, Scrofula, palpitation of the heart, chronic headache and Rheumatism. They arc indeed a happy combination of powerful, yet safe and salutary vegetable remedies, of a sterling and uuimpcaihabTc reputation. They have won their populaiity solely by their intrinsic merits, and that they have been successful, numerous certificates in the hands of the proprietor, and the greatly increasing sules fully attest. Those desirous of an agreeable yet efficient tonic or alternative medicine, nerd seek no furthur, for in this preparation they will find all that is desired. Mold Wholesale and Retail by Wtitt A Kktcham 131 Fulton Mreet, N. Y. U1IARLL8 8TOTT, Washington, and by Druggists generally throughout the U. M. Price fl. Large bottles. Am. nurrnn, ugwti/hj, i| umxi, urc , doors above Per.n. avcnv", east side, eeth inserted on irold plalo > better style than done in the oily, and cheap accordingly. joneH If THE I VOL, I. N. Y. ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE TO BUYERS OF CABINET FURNITURE. J. Ac J. W. iHeeki, Hi their Manufactory i f splendid and fasli- t tunable Cabinet Furniture and ? Upholstery, fit No. 14 Vesev Street, New York, u AVE just completed their full assortment of k I I Furniture, made in the must anclont una mu lern Pa' isian anil other alylea, consisting in part of Egyptian, Elizabelhian, Gothic, Louis XIV and XV. I" Ac , alt of which is of their own manufacture, arid got up under their own peisonal superintendence, and warranted to equal any made in this or Europe, ph to which they invite the attenlon of buyers both to ric quality and price, before purchasing elsewhere. c> 1 N8URANCE COMPANY or thk a STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA !' AT PHILADELPHIA. " CHAIlTlbnED in 1702. Taid up Capital, 200,000?Surplus, $55,000. Insures Merchandise, Buildings, Machinery, Mauu- Co factories, etc.,in this city and vicinity, IV at the current rites. j?| DIRECTORS. wi J din M. Scott, . J.din B. Budd, " Robert M. Lewis, John Stewart, Charles JMacalester, Ceo. Troll. Jr. N. Lewis Pslesko, Gustavus Calhoun, mi William S. Smith, James Devcreaux, pr Willtain R. White Charles S. Wurtz, on SIMEON TOBY,President, t William Habpi.k, Secretary. A| ply to B. S. WHITNEY, m jy 25 tf 72 Wall street, N Y. wi TIFKAJNY, YUUNU, tfc FLI.IS. -expectfully announce that they have opened iheir ne new e tablishment, en .Ya. 21, Broadway, corner of Chambers street, one block vbove their former location. co WITH nearly 200 caves, form ng an entirely ^ new and the largest stock of elegant Useful nil Fancy Articles of a higher order of taste, beau y, and richness than have ever been exhibited in New York. Drom e; Bohemian Glass; French and Dresden forccluiii; Terra Culte; Papier Mache; Bronzed, nrr jvilt, arid Elcclro-silvereil Wares; rich inlaid Desks; Dressing Cases; 'Work Boxes; dee., ^Cutlery and steel Goods; Paper and Fancy Stationery; P"rfum- gj| try, Hru-hes, Combs, and articles for the toilet; 'ana, Umbrellas,'Ca>es, Whips, Purses, and Bags; Dpera Glasses, dec. Chinese and India Fancy Arlities, and Curiosities; an anlire importation of Japa- ' tese Goods, probibly the most extensive and msgniicnnt collection evor sent out of Japan. To thpir former business they will a Id JEWELHY, ril' ind invito particular attention to their large selection roth Foreign and American, of ti e. newest, richest, ind most elegant descriptions; licaulilul Watches '"I ind Clocks; fancy Silver wares, Diamonds, Cameos, W "loralu, Enamels, drc., all of which will be marked n plain fignrrs at prices from which not the slightset deductio . will l<a made. of Their Jewelry Department will be under tho care |,|, if Mr. Thomas Cianc Banks. \| U71 Broadway, corner of Chambers st. C|, july 27??tf ' NEW FA Lis GOODS. J. A. UNDERWOOD, HAN KEUEIVBD"BY RECENT ARRIVALS o[ FROM EUROPE, and will continue to receive y steamers and Packets a full assortment of Bobbinct and Thread Laces and Edgings, New Niylc Muslin Lnccs and Edgings, new style 4-4 and tt-4 black and white plain and fancy or< Nets 4-4 black Nilk Nets, plain and figured Black Silk. Laces tor tr.mming* Silk and Cotton Quillings Men's und women's black, white and colored S.Ik Gloves Men's and women's black, whi'e and colored r| Spun G'oves .J Fancy Cotton Mitts and Gloves Black, whiti and colored Silk 1 ate MiltsChildren's 8i!k 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 jn do do Spun do m Shk Shirts and DiaworB cc Black and Fancy Satin Vesting* Fancy Silk Cravats lie Ladies' Fancy Silk llandkorchiufs ?e Fancy Bonnetiugs te Fancy Silk and Satin Trimmings, new and confined styles Bi Bavarian Gimps ^ Bullion and o her Fringes, from 1 inch to 3^ inches, in great variety, some very rich Men's and women's Thilret and Cashmere Gloves 11:1 ChildrcnVThibet and Cashmere Gloves Men's heavy Woollen Gloves ')J do Chamois lined Berlin Gloves ? Worsted Shawls, in great variety do Cravats or Comforts, Worsted Hoods, in great variety Children's do ' Children's Muffr, Pelerines, Boas, Ac. Ac. SCf*3* All of which are offered for sale on the most favor-hie terms. july 22?tf B $500 REWARD. Co rfiHE alxivo rrwuril will lie paid to Buy porn if" iheir daughter, MARY FOX, or one half of said C reward for such information ns will lead to her recovery. S lid Mary left her tchool about f> P. M.t w on tho 20th of May, 1847, and since that time has 81 not been seen. She is only I ft years of age, 4 leet (J inches, black hair, small black cyea, rather thick pouting lips, r?d chei ka, small features, pretty and quite girlish in appemnnec. She wore a small 1 plaid calico dress, pink, purple and blue; black silk cape and apron, black gaiter hoots, pink silk shirred hiit, and g'ecn veil; two ama I chased linger rings, a gold pencil attached to a black cord, and her riaih quite ahort from biting them, ft ia strongly sua- _ poct?d that she has been abducted by a person named Michael, alias Martin Hare, formerly proprietor of a Bowling Saloon, located near No. 202 Bf?adwny, opposite tho Franklin House, who absconded about that time from this city, deserting his wife and leaving her entirely destitute of support. * Said Hare is about 28 years of age, no whiskers fair complexion, and rather genteel appearance, lie was seen h rk ng in the neighborhood of hei t school a short time previous, disguised with fnls? I whiskers. In, A sister of Hare, named Margaret, waa removed A by hiin from a hoarding school about the time of the Ft abduction, and is sup, oscd to I e with them. Hh< to iit (lctcrihi'il as foil we:?Very dark hair, almost m l?!ick ; dark skin, grey eye*, promitn nt eyebrow*, n t,, *mall m ar on one eyebrow, a email tear on the right cheek a* if made by email pox, a m*?r formed by a i? goeb upon the end of the none, nearly an inch in Mn length, the tooth next to the tirut double tooth on the left sidn of the face gone ; who i* about eeventern _ yeara of (go. . An; intormatioii to be immediatel; communicat ml, b; telegraph. if to Urorga W. Ma.noil. Chief of Police, New Votk, mho ia aullionutl to ^ pa; the phova reward. jj 11 if 1 OENTINELLA BLANKETING. ? /f AND 60 Inch Gentinelln Blanketing, of a A auperior quality?for aalp Imv b; ^ TOOKER. MEADE A Co., t< jy *0 If . 35 fine Street, N. Y. P )AILY WASHINGTON CI'J NEW GOODS. FOR FALL TRADE or 1847. ALLEN, 11AZEN &. CO., 5*4 Exchanur i'l.auk, I AVE RECEIVED DV LA'I'i: ARRIVALS and will continuo to receive tiy Packets ami earners from Europe, a wry large and well select* atock of nglimii, French Fancy and Staple DliY goods, lapted In the approaching icaston, coii: ioling in r( of tlio following articles, viz: dress goods. Oas'tmore d'Ecosie, plain ai d twill strip and rid: PI till Orcgons. new patterns and slip, tpialily :li colors; Rich Plaid Victorias, bilk and woui, high lots. RICH VESTINGS. Figured Silk, Velvet, plain and fancy cnlorcd rich rmurc, Silk Vc tings, Ida k and colored striped anil aid patterns, and designs; Rich Cashmere do; lack and colored strincd and nlai I Satins do. of cv y stylo and price. WOOLLEN NET SHAWLS. A very large assortment from lowest to highest st, consisting in part of the following sty It a. viz? cw York, Portugal, Brampton. Washington, Turkh, Monterey, Pyrenees; Palo Alto, Ac. Ac. Ac., as ell as many others, all of which arc entirely new this market. FRENCH KIL) GLOVES. A most complete assortment of men's and wonn's French Kid Gloves, of all colors, styles and ices; also a large variety of men's Duck and woen's and men's Castor Gloves. BONNET AND CAP RIBBONS. A large and well selected stock of the newest and D*t fashionable colors and dc.-igns, comprising a'l [ ilhs and styles. SILK CRAVATS. 4 Black and Fancy ttrik Cravats, a large variety of w styles; also Polka Cravats, Cashmere Mufflers, :. etc. 6PITALFIELD SILK fIDKS. Plain and Twill Silk Hdk?,'light and dark madder lore: real India and British Coruhs, 36 inch tquire; lina Cords and Twills, beautiful styles; also, hile, Crimson, and Colored Brocade do. FRENCH SUSPENDERS. An assortment of entirely new styles. -FRENCH CRAPES. Including the diile cut quantities of Black, Coljd and While. SILK GLOVES. Men's and womeh's, of alhk mis, spun and line Ik. SILK GIMPS AND FRINGES. A beautiful assortment of Black and Mole col'd mps and Friog-s of all widths, styl s and prices, so, Fancy col'd and' Black Bilk Girdie*. CASHMERE AND THIBET GLOVET. A large assortment of ail prices. Also, heavy h'd Woollen do. CASHMERE SHAWLS. Rich and high colored, uud mostly from lowest to ghost prices. OUSTED COMFORTERS AND CRAVATS, HOODS, ETC. A very large variety of Comforters amW'ravnls styles entirely new in thi? market. Alsa, a coin tii assortment of Worsted and Woollen Hoods Its, Boots, Gaiters, Caps, Hons, Coats, Dresses, :. etc. WINTER HOSIERY, ETC.* Comprising a full assort merit of men's, women's d children's Worsted and Woollen Hosiery of cv y description. Also, t hit t8 and Drawers of aluds. MUlt.Y V I.?l> tui lUiM llUBlIklil , all prices and real Moravian H ue dye. IMPERIAL COTTON HOSIERY. Black, Mute and Mudo colors. A full asdortinrnt TAILORS TRIMMINGS. Black and colored Nilk Twist, Vest Bindings, col ed and Black Silk Braids; etc. etc. uly 20 tf PA VI hlONy NEW BRIGHTON) ST A TEN ISLAND, Jl'ew York. MIE Proprietor begs to in form his friends and the public, that he has made considerable iprovirments in this establishment since the Inst ason. lie has erected a large building containg 33 rooms, altogether disconnected from the a in body of the Pavilion. These rooms arc innded for gentlemen only ; they are of a com for ile size, light and well ventilated, and superior all respects to those which are generally donoinated single rooms in the various watering plas throughout the country. The Proprietor is now ready to treat with fami>s or parlies wishing to engage rooms for the ason. Letters addressed to lum at the City IIoI, Broadway, will be immediately attended to A steamboat runs between New York and New 'ighton, at the following hours, viz: om New Brighten. hom North Pier, N. York. At H and 11 A.M. At 3, P.M. and 12. 2 " b 20, P.M. 3 1-2, f>, & G, P.M. More frequent communications will be cstab>hed as the season advances. The Pavilion is ready for the reception of commy. F. BLANCHAlUX may 13?If J. STOUVENEL a CO., *o. 29 Gold street and No. 3 John street | near Broadway, Blew York, LflTANUFACTUIIERS, WHOLESALE and fl RETAIL DEALERS in CHINA, GU1SS, AND LAMPS, roil and lard. Gas Fixtures of every description, Solar and as Lamps, Chandeliers, brackets, Girandoles, :< tide In bras, &c. Private houses, churches, and hotels, filled up ith Gas, at a grcut reduction in price, and all tides warranted. A complete assortment of the richest cut press [, and plain Glass constantly on hand. All the above articles made to order, and all uds of Glassware matched to any pattern. Lamps altered and repaired. Goods loaned to parties. Oil at wholesale and retail. New style of Hall Lamps and Lanterns. may 1,1?tf r. Sf i). //. n il o ok s <$ co., CLOTHIERS AN!) DEALERS IN LOTIIW, CASS1MKREH Jk VKSTINGS, jYoj. 116 find 118 Clterry*lreet%JY. V. CORNEIt OF CATHERINE. I A VI'! on hand a very largo .STOCK of Fashi onable ready made Clothing, just mnnumured, and especially adapted to tlio season, lao, an citensive, and complete assortment of wry Articles, embracing every variety pertaining n Gentlemen'* wardrobe. Also, Vlnth*, CflWi- I err* and Vetting*, hy the piece, or in quanlitiua suit purchasers. GARMENTS of every description manufactured order in the licet poasihlo munrier end in point of yl<> not to lio surpassed, july 20 If CEIV PAPER H.'lJVCt.YGS. AND WINDOW 8HADUS. JICHOI.A8 PIKE &. CO., No. 172 Petri . reel, \ Importers and Mnmific.turrra, havejuatopened very i x ensito supply of every style and quality of inerican and French Paper Hanging*. Portiere, ire-hoard Printa, and wide Window (tannin Pa|ier. Alan, a aplendid naaorirnent of painted Window hades at d futures for the name, which they nflirr i Merchants, Dealers and olhera at the very 'nweal rictw. july 20-tl NATL :'Y, D. C. WEDNESDA STEAM PRESS BRICKS. A REMARKABLE evidence of the superior btrengili of iht'ie Bricks may be witness* d at tlits Athenaeum, whrto nearly 500 000 hove l?oen delivered wiiliin the last two mouths, and yet the entire waste from this large quantity would scarcely till a common cart. PRICKS AT THE KILN WHARF. Run of the kiln, per in,. $0.* all arch. 6 .00, arch and red, $7; all red, 7 60; delivered at L'ght street or Pratt street wharf at 50 cents p r in additional, r ul any part of the city according to distance. Double presred Fronts, ?uch as are now laid at he Athemcum, light red for enseihg tire places, l.tyng hearths or floors of ovens, See. 510 per m. Hard ha s, per two horse loads, $1 50. FIRK BRICKS, the best known for blmt Furnaces, $20 to 5*5 per rn, or $2 50 to $3 j>cr bundied according to size. Refer to Peter Mowcl, Munson Iron Works; Jno. darker, S. M. Fales, Baltimore; John Gambcr, Middletown, Pa., ami many others. Address FRANCIS H. SMITH, Baltimore, i july 27?if f|1HE MERCHANTS HHOT TOWER COMA PANY respectfully iiiform Iho trade lhat liny have reiiiovrd to the Tower, cornor of Front anil Fuyctlc a'reoia, (formerly known an I be Pliamix) and hove on hand a full assortment of Drop and Muck Shot, all sizes; liar and Pig Lead, etc., etc., to which they invite (lie attention i f purchaaera. They alao oil', r for aale their premiaea anJ Buildings on Eulaw street, together with an Eight Horse .Engine and Uoiler, in go.nl running order. Persons wishing to view the premiaea will call at IhrfTower for further information. 'J'lIOMAS J. CLARKE, Baltimore, july 27 If Secretary. WE urc receiving from New York our fnli supply of Groceries, Teas, Wines, Liquors, Ste., which will bu sold low for cash, or short credit-, to punctual customers, viz : I 10 chests Gunpowder, Imperial, Young llyson, and Black Teas, which will be sold low by the box .10 hags Java, Laguyra, Rio, &. St ljomingu Coll'ee 25 whole and half barrels Buckwheat 15 bags Buckwheat 20 boxes Colgate's Starch 25 whole and half bbls. Nos. 1, 2 and 3 Mackerel 5 quintals Codtish 25 boxes Scotch Herrings, large size 10 dozen Nos 1 mid 2 Alicante Mats 35 kegs superior Goshen Butter 30 do do Glades do 50 boxes Sperm Candles 20 nests flour and painted Pails .10 dozen Brooms li do Whisks 10 nests Market Baskets I 3 bales Almonds 30 whole and half boxes Raisins 10 boxes Vermicelli and Macaroni 5 cases Canton Ginger 2000 pounds loaf, crushed, and pulverized Sugars 5 barrels Steam Syrup 10 boxes Capers and Olives 5 do Citron and Jellies 4 do Mushroom and Walnut Catsup 10 baskets Salad Oil 500 gallons svintc r strained and Lard Oil 20000 Cigars, of our own importation SIMMSStSON. GOObYEAU'S PATENT INSOLUBLE India Kiibbrr Fabrics!!! MIL ST EVENS (late Fish & Co ) baa for solo a crcat varintv of India Kul.hnr Hy TAKE NOTICE !?THE CANTON TEA COMPANY are the exrliuivf vender* of the ?upo rior Hlnck 'I'm called "HOWQUA'ft MIXTl HE." They introduced it in America in 1841)?and every olhor pereon or Iioum |>rofi'ioiiiiR to eel I tin. tame nl >11, mui-h Ipm at > lower price?deceive tlic unwary, n* the public thcinaclvea will perceive, by comparing the epurinue with the genuine "llow<|u>" vended by the Canton Ti? Company. Every package (in addition to it* containing WEIGHT, independent of the wiapper,) bear the etamp of ncatiieas and elegance, ami tin Toea (In-rein arc ao thoroughly arcured from ighi ami air, lhat their quality ami power will remain unimpaired ill any rlimate. Agency at (jcorge Tci i|ilcnian'a Hook Stole, \\ aahington, D. C. jan. 6?ly IOOO libs, of Epaoin Salts? For aale hy CHAS. HTOTT, Drug 4c Apoth corner 7 th 4 Pa av. may 31 tt' Good-* ; kucIi as Cloaks, Coats, Beds, Haversacks, I Saddle Bags, Caper File Holders, Door Springs, Ac. Ac. In fact, nearly every article made fr ?m India Rubber on hand, or procured at two or three days notice. Ala<?, a full assortment of BLACK A WHITE HATH, of the various fabrics now in vogue. STEVENS, (Late Fish A Co.) Gent's Outfitting Store, No. 1 Brown's Hotel. TEAS, TEA 8. Washington, D. C. Agency of the NewYork CANTON TEA COMPANY. largest and oldest Tea Eatabliainunt in America.? The public have had full proof of their integrity and responsibility. But such has been the great and preying demand for their TEAM of late, that they ' have been obliged to culurgo, to a greut extent,tueirI two principal establishments in New York, viz: 12/i 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. Their 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, mure fragrant, and perfect for the prices, in the aggregate, than any house in the world?China excepted. They most zealously invito the attention oi the inhabitants of WASHINGTON, D. O., to their Agency, where the following assortments arc always on hand; and they feel no hesitation in stating that wherever a single trial is made, a very decided preference is given to the celebrated Teas of the CANION TEA COMPANY. flj* Reader, make the experiment! Retail Frier* as follows, subject in all earn to be returned if not approved of? GREENS. Good YOUNG HYSON, *0 50 per lb. Fine . \do 0 62A M No. 2 fragrantV do 0 75 M No. 3 vcr^ lino do 1 00 44 Silver lent', do 1 25 14 (Jo.?d HYSON, 0 75 44 'Very fino do 1 00 44 Extra fragrant, 1 25 14 Hood HYSON SKIN, 0 50 44 Hood IMPERIAL, 0 75 44 Very fino do 1 00 44 Extra lino do I 25 44 Hood GUNPOWDER, 0 75 44 Pino do 1 00 44 Extra fino do 1 25 44 BLACKS. No. 1 SOUCHONG, #0 50 por lb No. 2 do 0 fi2J -4 Finest do 0 75 44 Fragrant POWC1IONG, various prices. CONGO, various prices. Fine OOLONG. 0 60 44 Very fino do 0 75 44 Extra fine do 1 00 44 NINGYONG, varioua rices. Finest ENGLISH BREAKFAST TEA, (very rich IVk<?o flavored) 0 75 fino ORANUE PEfKOE, 0 BSJ Kind I'KKOK FLOWERS, 1 (10 HO Wt^UA, or finest Black Tea imported, 1 00 44 Nc plus ultra TES, both Green a ml b.urk, or all description^ the \ highest grades grown in rhinu PI Ml IK ONAL1 Y, AUG. 18, 1847. BRITISH HRY GOODS. RIGGS, JENKINS & CO. \o 43, Willi.nit-Mfrtu-t, IV. V. HA V 13 in ature and now landing, mii exlenaive a sort meat of tSUjIo and Fancy Good*, adapted to the fall trade. STUFF GOODS. om LMMU 111 (VIHIU 1IL.L f.n..u """"r."" "uuiiiu-umniivi-it" """ ??-;i in urrnt variety, ALPACO A LUSTRES?Of superior finish, in all qualifies, SILK WARP ALPACCAH?From low to fine, PI, AID LUSTRES?Mourning and high colored, SLACK MOHAIR CHECKS?Caledonians, SILK STRIPED LUSTRES?Plain and twilled, THIBET CLO THS?Single and double twilled, BENGAL STRIPES?Sillt figured Ca.hmcree DRESS CJOODS. M0U8LIN I)E LAINES?Mourning and fancy, CASHMERE D'ECOSSE?Gingham Robes, ill and 30 inch GINGHAMS?Earleston and Tartan, OREGON, CALIFORNIANS AND BUENA VISTAS, TARTAN PLAIDS*1 Silk and Silk and Cotton, VICTORIA CASH ERES?New and confined styles, :l-l and d-d PRINTS?Cliinls. Mourning and Furniture. MEN'S WEAR. CLOTHS?Wool Macks and Much, of superior iniike, VALENCIA, Cashmere and Silk figured Vcstings, SERGES, 3-4 and 6-4. a complete assortment, ;i-d and 6-4 WOLLF.N PLAIDS, for linings, LAMA MLECI AS,selected colors- Black Cashans, INDIGO BLUE PILOTS, BED PADDINOS, Ac., Ac. july WO tf TOOKER, MEAD & (JO., 35 Pine street, JVew York. OFFER for sale on fivorable terms? Ucntinella Blue Blankets, do do Blankets, Fancy end Dulfili it Twilled Blankets,, I 'ark Blue at d Green Mackinaw do, Pilot and Beaver Cloths, 3-4 and 6-4 Red Paddings, 3-4 and 6 4 Worsted Serges, one of the firm, and comprise the newest patterns for parlors, bed rooms and halls, embracing new descriptions in gold, silver and fresco, particularly J adapted for rooms in Uiis city. 1 Their stock of Window Shades are now also com- * plete, having been selected and painted l?y the most celebrated artists in Patis, and consisting of the new- " est designs and at prices lower than have heretofore 1 been offered. 1 S. A II. would also beg to call the attention ol families to their stock of Upholstery (roods, which wilt bo found to consist of every article in their line embracing the best selected assortment of material lor luiriiture covering and Window Curtains, with Trimmings, Cornices, Ac., to correspond. Wholesale dealers supplied on liberal terms. N. B. This establishment always closed on Saturdays. july 24 -tf BR ANDlES.?Very fine old Goddard; do Otard, Duptiy A Co; do Hennessey; do Champain; do Sazorack; do J. J- Duptiy. WINES?Fine o'd Howard, March A Co. Ma- ' drira, do Constitution do, do Reserve do, do Brah [ man do, do Blackburn do, do London Particular do, do Wanderer do, do Clay do, do Harmony do, do ' Monieiro do, do Bud do, do Rapid do, do Campa- 1 neiro do, do Amontillado Pale Sherry, do Smith, Woodhouse A Co.Y Pale and Brown Sherry, do 1 Lohoilo do, do London Dock Port, do T.J. Smith, ' Hnrinony do, Champagne, favorite bramL. A largo assortment of Bordeaux, Claret and other 1 French Wines, Hock Wines, Tokay, Constantin, 1 Johannes' erger, &c., Ac. Hermitage, Red and White Burgundy, in boxes, ' each dozen. For sale by ROBERT GRACIE. july 24 tl I? Broad street, N. Y JOSEPH B. WEST, GLASS STAINEK AND ENAMELLER. CJTAINF.D GLASS for Churches, Privair Dwelling* nnd Public Buildings Sicam ami I'ackrl ahipa, Ac. Ac., 497 Bowery. N. H. Qlaea of erery color (lid shade conatnnlly on hand. A loo. Hall Lanipa of aarioua atyles and hade conatantly on hand. Alao, Hall l.ampa of I varioun Mylra and paltcma, fur private dwell.nga. New York,j<lf ?tf 6 4 Alpaccus und Orleans Cloths, Earlo t >n Ginghams, ?uper Wove Oregon*, liritieb Long Cloths, ? Gala Plaids, 8-4 Tartan Shawls, Drab, Scarlet and assorted Damasks, ALSO, a full and complete asbOiiinont of Dun dee Lint ns. jy 20 tf ? DA W ES&TBXRK ER; 30 John street, JSew York. Hosiery, Cravats, Suspended, Shirts, Gloves, Cellars, &,c. Under Shirts and Drawers of every kind, wholesale and retail. Francis H. Dawks, John G. Darki:r. , july 22?tf FLOOR OIL CLOTHS.* I fTARKMAN & Kfel.SEY, No. 285 Broadway. oppoti/t Stewart'a, N. York. / \FFER AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL A \J very large Assortinont of Floor Oyl Cloths in every variety of quality and sty le. Their new pat? rus surpass any other in tho market, in richness of coloring and l?cauty of design, and tho original drawings have hern secured by Letter* Patent, to prevent other dealers or manufacturers from copying the same. The following comprises our present style of patterns: Orientals Grecian cross ? Tajxtdlry scrolls, Antique marble Gothic pavements Gothic octagon do Marble tile Arabesque do Egyptian mat hie Mosaic do Ita'ian do Persian patterns Dove and white do Douquet do New Trinity pattern Trossel ?led do Rich gothic do t^uecn of tho May, Vine do Drab and chintz scroll j ttnl.v and rKinf-r d,? Air Air An N. B.?2000 yards old atopic, with borders, very : heavy goods, superior, but old patterns, selling at ' low rates. ' ( CAR PE TfJVG S. A choice assortment of Tapestry Brussels, Three- ' I'ly anil Ingrain CARPETINGS, of entirely now patterns, selected cxpresdy for city retail trade. May 14 tf splendid and fashionable cab.net fur- " nitl'bf.. E. W. HUTCHINGS <fc CO. t 475 Broadway, JVcw i'urk, " ( Between Crawl and Broome strerln.) I HAVING just completed their aaaorlment of the 1 mom i legant and foabionahlo Cabinet Furni- * lure in the city, consisting of ancient ond modern and Parisian styles so much in vogue at the present c day, which have been got up under their own superintendence and inspection, and warranted equal to ' any in th-i citv, in every respect. Those who intend ' purchasing this season, are invited to call and exam- ? mo their assortment before making their selection 1 elsewhere. july 24-tf FRENCH PAPER HANGINGS, IVIJYVOW SHADES AND UPHOLSTERY GOODS. SOf.OMAN HART, 243 Broadway, opposilothc I'srk, have just received in store per the la'e arrivals from France their assortment of Papor Hangings and Borders, which for variety and styles are 'I'hnu Itovn Loon to 1>..io ho * WHIG. NO. 103 C1UN8 AJNO PI3TOL8.?Just icceived and W now opening? 150 single barrel Gun*, A stock, percussion locks, "low priced." 100 single barrel do, rib'd imita. wire barrels, back action locks. 00 double birrel do imita. wire back action locks. 50 double barrel Guns, do real patent breech. 500 pair? Pocket PiitoU, "low priced," from 81c. per pr to $1,50. N. B. About 20 double barrel (?UnH. ulightly damaged, wliirli will be Hold very low. (iunsinilhn will find it to their interest to examine the rt; lor sale by NEWBOULD &. RUB8EIJ., No. 140 Ful'on street, New York, between Broadway arid Nassau st., importers of Hardware and ( lUllr*. julp 27 tf. E. W. TRYON & CO." TAILOKS, 237 Broadway, corner Park Place, up stairrt, Are receiving the newest styles of goods and fashion* by every steamer. July 24?tf PI A N OF() It T E?! New York. HWORCE8TEK respectfully informs his , friends and tile public that he has opened n Show Room on the ground door of his manufactory, No. 137 Third Avenue, near the corner of Iltli street, where he has a good assortment of Pian? Fortes from A to 7 octaves, in Rosewood and Mahogany Casts, which he otrcrs on the most reasonable terms. Not having any sales room excepting at his manufact try, he is enabled to superintend the manufacture of his instruments and trusts that they will enmparo favorably with any otlurs in market. Professors, Amateurs, and tho public aru invited to call and examine fur theina. Ives, july 27?If TO MERCHANTs'rMERCHANT TAII.ORS, AND CLOTHIERS. WILSON G. IIUJYT ft Co., No. 82 Willium St., corner of Maiden lane. New York. 1M PORTE RH of every descriution of Goods adapted to MEN'S WEAR, invite the attention of the Trade to their New Autumn SI view which they offer by the Piece or Package at the lowest prices; consisting of Mackinaw Blankets, Pilot Cloths, and Flushings. Belgium, German, French and English Clo'hs, direct from the most celebrated m tnufaclures ill Europe, American Cloths and Caasimercs, low and superfine by the piece or package. 61 and 3-1 Doeskin in Cassiineror, black and colored eilk serges New St.lew Merino, Valencia and Satin VesjingH Hiding Cord.', Lyons. Velvet*, black Italian Cravats. Plaid Linings, all wool ar.d Union Fabrics Red Paddings, Tabby Velvet* and Velveteens Mi-z >urka mid Alpaca serges, black and colored Piu.d Canton Lining*, Brown Hollands Single and double imll'd Tweeds and heavy coatipjrt English Silesias and Casbans all colors and qualitir.i 8 per Twist, Itllaii Sewings and Marshall's Thread j-.ly 27? if WATER CURE. EPHRATA, UUYCASTER CO.. i'EJVJV rilHE BPHHATA HYDROPHATIC INRTI A TUTE is in successful operation under th. direction of Dr. F. Lkikkmiko, who has had tbi advantage of six months experience with Priesznilz a the Grafenburg Institute, in Germany, and |:n? practised the wafer euro treatment in this country lor the last six years, and within the Inst two yea:? ?t this place having restored many hopeless patient ? ?full health. There arc many natural advantages a Ephiata pure water, the mounta:n air and spitn lid scenery, not surpassed in any country. Additional buildings have been erected this season Pk mountain douseho has been much improved, nud several tine springs of puic water have been brought into uve, mo that a large additional number of patients and visiters can be comfortably accommoda od. Ephrntu being vory eaav of accesv, a stage Icavi g Reading for tbis place every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and Lancaster every Tuesday. Thurs havo the place pointed out where thoy can at all timet be heil. For rale by the aubacriber, 17, Lig it atreet, Baltimore, july 37- If J081AH RICHARDSON. Jay and Saturday; Ihoro is also a tri-wcclily stage from Downinglon vii Ephrata to Harrisburg. Medical attendance and boarding at reasonable terms. Eplirata, july 26 tf JOHN COTTIER, fl'A'l ClI MAKKR, NO. 15 WAI.L STREET, N. V. HA VINO dissolved Ilia connection with S. W. Benedict, and opened a atore at 15 Wall at., lopes by continued personal attention to the repairing uid regulating of chronomoter, duplex, repealing, latent detached lever, ami all other kiiftls of watches, naullo and office clerks, till to retain bis reputatiun is a workman, and merit u h ire of public patronage. Gold and silver watcher silver spoons, forks, dec. if the best description, and equal to coin. Hia Regulator, (made by himself,') and extensivey known for the la*>t two years as Benedict's Hegu ator, Wall street, having been accurately adjusted ind timed by transit observations, will always secure 0 his friends and the public the correct time, jy 27 If EUTAW HOUSE, Corner of Baltimore aiul Kutaw streets, linltimoi'c, lid. Henry F. Jackson, Proprietor. rHIS splendid and ~]mcioim Hotel, eligibly situated for both busiiioa and pleasure travellers, is in conducted as to combine a(l the luxuries of the >ost hotels with elegance and raal comfort. Choice suites of apartments at all seasons rcserv d for the accommodation of transient gursts, and amities visiting the city will find the Kotow House 1 home, unsurpasscd.by any hotel in the Union. The location is clevpicd and salubrious, and is dso convenient to the depots and landings, at which ho coaches and porters of the House are at all iincs in waiting to convey passengers and their taggage, free of charge, to the Hotel. Gentlomcn's Ordinary, #1 SO per day. Uadie*' do 2 00 do. Baltimore, july 27?if FREDERICK A. VVOODVVOKTH, IMPORTER OF RICH FANCY GOODS, 325 Broadxcuyy JVato York. FANS, Musical Boxes, Work Boxes, Dressing Cases, Travelling Cases, Writing Desks. Ho-1 heitfiati Glass-ware. Card Cases, Souvenirs, Port* folios, Pocket Books, Purses. Reticules, Woik Tallies, Work Baskets,and Card Receivers,?PapcIcries, Fine Bronze Groups and Statuettes, Liqueur Cases, Snuft' Boxes. Nogar Cases, Biscuit Groups ;? Richly decorated Porcslainc Vases, Toilet Bottles ind ornaments of ovcry description, for mantels, Consoles, Ktageres and Boudoira; Accordions, Mechanical Toys, Parasols and Suo-shades ;?Walking Canes, Fancy Stationery, Opera Glasses, Uhoico Porfumory, Toilet Combs and Brushes, Head Ornaments, Silver Gilt Services, Ready Pen Makers, Napkin Rings, Camera Opticas, etc., ju'y 24 If tVhoUtak and Retail. SMUTT MACHINES?SMUTT MACHINESJOHNSTON'S Patented Improvement of Young and Clark'. Patent Smutt Machine* constantly on hand and for sale, for ra.h, by the subscriber. The capacity of theoe machine, to do the w rk properly, i? too wall known to need any newspaper nnAin.: nil that in needed to insure rapid sales, is to F W E L 1, A R'H PATENT J APAN liKH ID A VI) PASTK BLACKING. The under* gned begs leave to cull tlio attention of those desirous of Using a good article in Hlucking, to the ahovcnamed. TUo Manufacturer, knowing jl | ! the excellent propertic* of his Blacking, sent sum| plea to various persona (such us Boot Makers, dee.) ; also to s vcral of tho Newspapers. The extracts niiderrieath are from aomo of tire pnpers, tliey s|wak [ lor themselves; also several persons who tried it hava called and, said that tho Japan Im/uuI Mucking was superior to any thing they had ever used. EXTRACTS FROM NEWSPAPERS. Wclhn'a Pulcut Japan Mucking is the Haute of an excellent article; wo have seen it used, ami can highly recommend it?N. American, April 15. WeUur'a Mucking is one of tho most siiperb and satisfactory articles of the day. It noparts a brilliancy and polish beyond description. Wo have tried it.? flo and do like wise.'?Spirit of tho Times, April 2d. Uy reforenro to another column, an advertisement ivill he tnuml lor an excellent article of tilackiug, in a Iiiipiid form for Boots, dec. It I,as been highly recommended by many who have tried it. It not jwtiah, but retains il inucli longer than any other. It is sold by the Agent of tho Manufacturer at Mo. 50, Chesnut street. Buy a bottle, ou? trid w. 11 prove the fact.?Phil. Lodger, April id. Wellur's Blacking i? one of the moat shining articlea in tho market.?Spirit of tho Times, Apr.I 2. 1 Potent Working.?Mr. J. Wcllar, No.50,Chesnut St., hus prepared a Patent Liquid Dlacking, which produces a beuutiiul jot Polish, and does not injure the leather. Those who would have a polished understanding should read the advertisement in another column.?V, ?>. Ciastetic, May I. Wellar'a Patent Japan It tacking is about tho best article of tho kind we have seen. Tho po'isli which it imports to the mute/.standings of man is brilliant and lasting: we have tried it and it boots us to say all this in its behalf.?Evening Bulletin, Juno 7th. Tho Manufacturer can produce numerous tceti- jH inoniuls similar to the above, Irorn piivale individuals aud from other papers, but the above extracts mo sufficient to convince any person that the manufacturer has not exaggerated; but tliut upon a lair trial I kfl m.^l, ..... ...ill I... r.?U ...in fmts. . t?. I II*.>t TlST.may bo roin professionally from U a. ni. to .1 p. in., at hi* office, where lie has been located for iho laat thieo yearn. OrncK and Kesibxnck Ccnu v enue, bctwccu 9th and 10th sts. april M-lm MRS. E. KEEDEK, Milliner, Dress anil Car set Maker, 1'etio, avenue, between I at and 3d alreets. junelZ RFINI.EY HUNT, DENTIST, , ton City, J'enn. av. between 'Jilt and lOtKat, june U MCOITAOE FOK KENT.?a neat Cottage containing two InrRO rooms, three amall chambers and kitchoi; ibero is also n .table or woodhouac on tlio prom a s. Situated in a heallhly location noar Mr. Marl eo on Maryland avenue, (inju re of lb: VtumitH, Cupper and Leecher, Ninth street, june 2dtf CHEAP BOOKS. A VARIETY OF SECOND-HAND HOOKS for sab- on *e-y low terms, at the Foun'uin i Hmikshire, near the Railroad Depot, may 18 tf ^ WOI.TZ St CONWAV, Cabinet and Chair manufacturers, on E, between 10th and 11 tit I Streets. july *1 I AfRS. NEWMAN. Milliner and Dress-Malt I I l\i l'a. avenue, belwe.u 17th aud 18dt street. H J anu urnnmoniai formers, n:i wi'll ns every other kind of work in Ilia line of business. Williuin Spearing's charges for nil work done at his establishment will be i|iiilo reasonable: he respectfully solicits a sliaic of the public patronage. IS", B. Old Fr ones regilt. may H tf TTVARTIIENWARR, CHINA, ANI) GLASR. T. PtRf j SILL, importer and ilcaler in K. Ware, China and Glass, wholesale and retail, at bis store, opposite Brown's Hotel, Pennsylvania Avenue' Washington eity. 1). C. CARD. rp 1VARN.\RD, Letter Press Printer, corner ^ , 11 in street and Pennsylvania Avenue, Wash uigton. Terms ca*h?Prices lower thau ordinary" POTASH. j KZd\ lbs. Potash for sale. Just rerrived hy OO" CHARLEJB tJTOTT, | may 29 street and Penn. nvenue. DENTAL SURGERY: TPARMELE, tWin of liodfjo and Parmtlc, . nnnrali??. i?. "V 1VHMU .V|,.V?V..?V in everv respect. ;: J. WELLAR, Manufacturer, No. 50, Chesnut street, Philadelphia. CHARLES STOTT, corner Penn. Avenue and 7th street, Agent for Washington, D. C. july 16?tf P A-T G NT MEDICATED INDIA RUDDER POROUS Strengthening I'laster. IN all cases where it is thought advisable to keep up permanent stimulant impression oil or near the organ diseased, these plasters will he found high' |y valuable. In fact, all the benefit that can accrue from a continuous countcr-irritunt will he produced in the most efficient manner by them. As.in Rheumatism, Lumbago, (Jout, Enlargement of the Joints, Chronic Ditcnse of the Liver, Hplecn, Lunge, or oiher internal organs, in short, in uil other cases u here warming or strengthening plasters are beneficial, these will bo found to be superior to any now in use. For sale by may 21 if CHARLES STOTT. Drug Or Apolh corner 7th & Pa av. C1HAUNCEY WARRINUR ha. ro.onlly ?dil?l J to his fucilHu-a for manufacturing parts o Watches that may be required, by instruments for * a ' that purpose; and having obtained knowledge of Watch Repairing by practice in IWton.Ncw York, ^ Philadelphia and elsewhere, will Ik> able to attend to whatever may ho offered in this department of ine! j i hnnics. 11 Chronometer, Duplex, Lever, Lepine, and Repeating Watches, accurately repaired; also. Common Watches and Mantel arid Eight-day ('locks put iii order, north side Pennsylvania avenue, between Four-dnd-a-half and feixth streets, on thocornur if the alley cast ol Coleman's Hotel, sign of the Watch with Guard-Key and Chain and Models representing the exterior of a self-registering Meteorological Observatory. I The above location is in part occupied by STE| PHEN EDDY, who deals in the American maim- ;; factured Patent improved Perifocal Spectacle Lens-, ' an instrument evidently destined to supersede II otMft aid to the Iiumaii vUion; judging from teeti- J| monials of their superior properties over other lens, it will only be necessary to refer to observation and facts to establish for them u far h:glu-r character for usefulness than has hitherto been attained by the efforts of art k..J science. S. Eddy also deals in Jewely, lino Watches, .Silver Ware, Diown's and other Gold Pens. The public are respectfully invited to cull, purlieu- ' iariy those afflicted with defective sight;?nothing so desirable as its preservation and improvement;?<1 little attention in the selection of glasses will accomplish the one, in some instonco both. It is highly important to see clearly. \EW CARVING AND GILDING ESTABLISHMENT. WILLIAM SPEAKING, having commenced business in the above line, immediately iu front of Coleman's Hotel, respectfully informs tho citizens of Washington and its vicinity, that ho man* ufacturcs Looking Glass and Picture Frames, Plain .