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OCy Whoever will aend ua the money for five ?ubacribers to the Weeky National Whig (price $2 per annum) tor one year, shall receive a copy gratia. "AID AND COM FOR f.? TO THE ENEMY. POLK'S PASS TO SANTA ANNA. The Commander of our INaval forces in ihe I i Ouil' is hereby directed nut to obstruct the paa j ! sage of Gen. Antonia Lofkz nr. Santa Anna 1 and suite to Mexico should he desire to return J thither. JAMES K. POLK. ' t May 15, 1846. ! Polk'a udmission of having granted the puts, "When orders were issued to the Con.mender of our Naval forces in the Gulf, on the 15th day of May last, only two days nl'ler the existence of the waf had been recognized by Con gress, to place the coast ol Mexico under J blockade, he was directed not to obstruct the. pas- j : sage of Santa Anna to Mexico should he return. ( ?I'oik'iJinnualJyic8tagctoV<mgre83>I)ee.T,''lG. . It remains to be seen whether his return may ( not yet prove favorable to a pacific, adjustment j of existing difficulties.?Ibid. j ir/ud has been seen. I Battle of Monterey.?September 21, 22, ( 23, 1846.?three days hard fighting between ? Geo. Z tchary Taylor with three thousand men, i and Gen. Ampudin with twelve thousand ' men. resulting in the capitulation of the City ?loss of the Americans iu killed and wounti, etl?t\ve Hundred I , Battle of Boena Vista.?February 22d | 23d, between Gen. Zachary Taylor with five , thousand volunteers, and Santu Anna corn , j manding a Mexican force of twenty thousand < men?resulting in the total overthrow of the j i enemy?loss of the Americans in killed and < wounded?Seven Hundred! Fallot Vera Obi1/, and the Onstle of Ul- i ; loa, March 29th, 1847, alter sev-raldays bomI bardmenl of the town by Gen. Scotl with four| teen 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. Scotl with twelve thousand men, and Santa . Anna commanding a picked Mexican force of ! twentu thousand, resulting in the overthrow of the enemy?loss of the Americans in killed ' and wounded?Tim Hundred and Fifty. triumph!nt svooui; /~tONSUMPTI V P.S, remember that it is Thomw son'* Compound syrup of Tar and Wood Naphtha, which'is daily effecting; *uch 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, Jkc. Therefore beware of all spurious mixtures of Tar or Naphtha, and purchase of the advertised agents only. ANOTHER WONDERFUL CUKE! PHtLtnsi.rniA, 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 common gave mc no immediate concern, supposing that I should soon get rid of it. On the contrary, however, I daily grew worse; a violent cough set in, then pain in my breast and between my shoulders. I now suffered great 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 lost 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 muoh benefit that I resolved to continue it. It is now six months since I ceased using the medicine, and the cure remains perfect. I 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. Johv Swift, Mayor of Philadelphia. ' JEJ* This invaluable remedy is prepared only Angndy it Dickinson, (successor of S. P. Thomson) Philadelphia. Sold also by Charles Stott, Washington, B. Rush Roberts, corner Baltimore and Hanover streets, Baltimore ; Duval la Pureed, Richmond, Virginia. Price 5(1 cents, or six bottles, |2 SO. Avoid all pretended imitations. DR. WOOD'S SARSAPARILLA AND WILD CHERRY BITTERS. For the Permanent Removal of all such Dis eases as take their rise in an Impure Blood, Impaired Digestion, Morbid state of the Liver and Stomach, Weakness of the Nervous System, and a disordered Habit of Constitution (leneralli/. A THREEFOLD VIRTUE?By promoting | J\ circulation, strengthening tho system nnd | lacuitating digestion, Dr. Wood's Sarsapnrilla and Wild Cherry Hitters will restore the most confirmed invalid to health. Where either these effects i are necessary to the restoration, the " Bitters " will be found to possess every quality desired. They have been used already with tljo greatest success, in many obstinate cases of impurity of the | blood, nervous irritation, Dyspepsia, low spirits. Scrofula, palpitation of the heart, chronic headache and Rheumatism. They are indeed a happy combination of powerful, yet safe and salutary vegetable remedies, of a sterling and unimpeachable reputation. They have won their popularity solely by their intrinsic merits, and thnt they have been suocessful, numerous certificaies in the hands of the proprietor, and the greatly increasing sales fully attest. Those desirous of an agreeuhle yet efficient tonic or alternative medicine, need seek no further, for in this preparation they will find all that is desired. 80Id Wholesale and Retail by Wvirr dt Kerena? l?l Fulton Sreet, N. Y. CHARLL8 8TOTT, Washington, end by Druggists generally thiough[ out the U. 8. Price $1. Large bottles, AM. HOFFAR, DEJVT/ST, U street, fire 1 doors above Pehn. avenue, east side. eath InHaul on s-old nlala better stvle than done in tha city, and cheap accordingly. I juneU tf |r -t PUBLISHED DAILy' BY OHAHLEH If. FEJTTOM. i M. e. UOKNEK or SECOND HTtlEET and pennsylvania avenoe, opposite the depot. Terms of Heilueription to the i DAILY NATIONAL WHIG. 6 for 12 months, or *5 if paid in advance. A3 for 6 month*, or >3.60 in advance. 75 oenU for on* month, or 50 centa do The Weekly National Whio, Two Dollari par annum, invariably in advanca. ' TERMS OF ADVERTISING IK THE DAILY" NATIONAL WHIG. (IMCLVDINQ THE PAPr.a.) Fifteen line* or leas for one year, renewable 3 fuiUBS a WCP?, W*-w ? n IV? a ???, yow?UlltO ? week |60r?once a month 50?once in two month* $40?once in three months $30?once in fi month* ! *?^rF Iteen line* or less, standing, $30 a year? $15 for six months?$10 for three months?$7 for two months, and $4 for one rnon.h. Advertisements of 15 iines or less, for any period less than one month, inserted for 50 cents the . first, and 35 cent* each subsequent insertion. Standing business cards of three lines inserted c for $1 a month, paper included, or 75 cents if paid I in advance. , Announcements of marriages and deaths, church | notice*, noticos of the various Charitable, Kduca- , tional, Temperance, be., Societies, Fire and Mi- , Utary Companies, be., inserted without charge. , LOCAL, AGENTS FOK THE sswsmxsM* whik&o Jacob Marritt, Cabell C. H. P. H. MnCuiUch, do do H. 8. Farrow, Branlsvdle, Va. J. D. Elwood, Miilillet. wn, Conn. I (Tj? Our friends abroad who are willing to act as the Local Agents of the National Whig will please \ THEr VOL. 1. N. Y. ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE TO BUYERS OF CABINET FVHNITURE. J. & J. W. ITIeeka. At thtir Manufactory of splendid and fash- r-r ionable Cabinet Furniture and XI Upholstery, No. 14 Vesey Street, New Your, . " HAVE juet completed their full aeaortmenl ol '''N Furniture, merle in the nut ancient and mo lern Paiieian and other atylea, conaieling in part ol SsTDtiari. Eliiatiethian,Gothic. Louie XIV and XV P"'1 Sec, >11 of which ii of their own manufacture, ami dot up under their own peiannal superintendence, C and warranted to equal any made in Ihia or Europe, plait o wl ich they invite the attention of huyera both to rich quality and price, before purchasing elsewhere. colo fx SUeT A NCR COMI'AN V r uk THIS Arrt STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA P|?< AT PHILADELPHIA. CHARTEREn IN 1792. Paid up Capital, 200,000?Surplus, >55,000, ^ Insures Merchandise, Buildings, Machinery, Manu- cost, factories, etc., in this city and vicinity, Nev at the current rites. jab, niRErrrhns. well John M. Scott, John B. Build, n th Robert M. Lewis, John Stewart, Charles Macaleater, Geo. Troll. Jr. A N. Lewis Paleske, Gustavus Calhoun, men William S. Smith, James Devereaux, priei Wilhatn R. While Charles 8. Wurtx, men SIMEON TOBV, President, Wilrian Haaeas, Secretary. A Apply to B. S. WHITNEY, m.wi jy 25 If 72 Walr street, N Y. wi It TIFFANY, YOUNG, & ELLIS. B e-poctfully announce that they have opened their new new e tahlishmeiit, a'C. N>. 21, Broadway, corner of Chambers street, one block ebove their former p location. colut **7ITH nearlo 200 r..n. form mr an entire!,/ Ctllx new and the Urgent stock of elpgant Useful ^ ind Fancy Articles of a higher order of taste, beau y, and lichneas than have ever been exhibited in A New York. Bronzs; Bohemian Gloss; French and Dresden [n Porcelain; Terra Cotta; Papier Mache; Bronzed, ored "?ilt. and Electro-silvered Wares; rich inlaid Desks; dressing Cases; Work Boxes; &e., ^Cutlery and ^ Steel Goods; Paper nnd Fancy Stationery; Perfum'ry, Brushes, Combs, nnd artiche for the toilet; Puna, Umbrellas, Ca es, Whips. Purses, and Bags; Jpera Glasses, &c. Chinese and India Fancy Arti- A :les, and Curiosities; an entire importation of Japa- n,l iese Goods, probihly the most extensive and magni- Also icant collection ever sent out of Japan. C To their former business they wilt aid A JEWELRY, ribb'' intl invite particular attention to their large aelection x>th Foreign and American, of ti e newest, richeet. " ind moa' eligant description.; beautiful Watchee "'B" tnd Olncke; fancy Silver wares, Diemnndi. Oameje, WO Morals, Enamelr, See , a I of which will be marked n plain figures et prices from which not the alight- \ at deduction will lie made. of ?i Their Jewelry Department will be under the care >f Mr. Thorns. Crane Bnulra. M n 27I Broadway, corner of Chamhere si. f|C. july 39?tf N E YV FA LI, GO OpS. Jj J. A. UNDERWOOD, No. 123 Pearl street, JYew York, Has received by recent arrivals oi a FROM EUROPE, and will continue to receive y steamers and Packets a full assor inent of .. Bobbinet and Thread Lares and Edgings, New Style , Muslin Ltces and Edgings, new style 13 4-4 and 6-4 black and wiute plain arid fancy orc" Nets u 4-4 black Hilk Nets, plain and figured Bluck Silk Laces for tr minings Silk and Cotton Qmllings Men's and women's black, white and colored 8.1k Cloves Men's and women's black, whir and colored Spun G oves .1 Fancy Cotton Mitts and Gloves ,niP Black, whit' and colored Hilk hare Mitta *caa Children's 8ilk Mitts and Gloves. 1-4 and 1-4 long Silk Lace Mitts aud Gloves. I1 1! aZ .i? ?Kri,iw0..'u .u ,t? te"? Black and white Silk Hosiery jn a do do Spun do min Silk Shirls and Diawera ccs Black and Fancy Satin Vestings T Fancy Silk Cravais lies I ndies' Fancy Silk Handkerchicfa seas Fancy Bnnnetingn tel. Fancy Silk and Satin Trimmings, new and A confined styles Brig Bavarian Gimpa Fior Bullion and o her Fringes, from 1 inch to 3^ A inches, in great variety, enmo very rich Men's and women's Thibet and Cashmere J1 Gloves Bshr Children's Thibet and Cashmere Gloves Men's heavy Woollen Gloves do Chamois lined Berlin Gloves ?? Worsted Shawls, in greal variety do Cravata or Comforts, Worsted Hoods, in great vsriety JVo Children's do Children's Muffs, Pelerines, Boas, Ac. ArJCy* All of which are offered for sale on the moat favorable terms. july 82?if $500 REWARD. for( THE above reward will be paid to any pers n (; who will res'ore to her disc nsolste parents. (Ja, their daughter, M ARV FOX, or one half of said Car reward for such information aa will lead to her re- P covery. Said Mary left her school about 5 P. M., will on the 20th of May, 1847, and since that lime has artii not been seen. She is only 15 years of age, 4 feel A 9 inches, black hair, small black eyes, rather thick ed, pouting lipa, r>d che< ka. aniall features, pretty and A qmte girlish in appearance. She wore a small " ''R plnid calico dress, pink, purple and blue; black silk J' cape end apron, black gaiter boots, pink silk shirred hat, and g'een veil; two siua I chased finger rings, .. n gold pencil attached to a black cord, and her rails n| quite short from biting them. It is strongly bus pectid iha' she hss been abducted by a person nauied Michael, alias Martin Hare, formerly proprie- ' tor of a Bowling Saloon, located near No, 202 Broadway, opposite the Franklin House, who ah- j arnndtd about that lime from this city, deserting his j wife and leaving her enlircly dislilute of support, i C b1 Said Hare is about 28 years of age, no whiskers j Kir r"inpil-aiuii, mm mui.-r ?r-nwt'[ appearance. He waa Keen It rk ng in the naighliorhood of her . school a ahnrl time previous, dia?uided with false I J whiikera. A dialer of Hare, nameil Margaret, waa removed j\|K by I im from a hoarding nchool shout the lime of the p#() nitdurunn, and ia sup, oai d In he with them. 8h>' tn n ia described aa follows:?Very dark hair, almost rnfT blsek ; dark skin, grey eyea, prominent eyehrowa, a tl) S1 amall arar on one eyebrow, a small acar on the right (j cheek aa if made by small pox, a acar formed by a to 0| gash upon the end of the noae, nearly an inch in length, the tooth next to the first double tonlh on ju the left aide of the face gone; she ia about seventeen yeara of ago. ~ Any information to be immediately communtcat- Jt t ed, by telegraph, if possible, to George W. Maisell, Chief of Police, New York, who ie authoriied to VT pey the pbove reward. jy SI if IN GENTINELLA BLANKETING. *.m Fin AND 60 Inch Gentinella Blanketing, of a / superior quality?for sale low by 8hi TOOKER, MEADE A Co.. to I j7 '0 if 35 Pin* Stmt, N. V. prii >AIL\ WASHINGTON NEW GOODS. FOR PALI. TRADE or 1847. ALLEN, HAZEN & CO., f>2 F.xchaniik Pi.act, AVE RECEIVED BY I.ATE ARRIVAI nil will continue to receive by Ptckele ai m?M fro n Europe, a very large and well aelei lock of gush, French Fancy and Stapi DRY GOODS, ' pied In the Approaching reason, consisting of tha following articles, viz: nnkbs goods. asmere d'Ecosne, plain and twill atrip ai I: Plaid Oregon*, new pattern* and aup. quad color*; Rich Plaid Victoria*, silk and wool, hi| > a. RICH VRATINGS, igured Silk, Velvet, plain and fancy colored ri urn. Silk Vestings, bit k and colored atriped ai 1 pattern*, and dt signs; Rich Oaahinere il 'k and colored striped and plai I Satin* do. of e style and price. woollen nrt AVrT.Wv-? L very large assortment ftom lowest to high) , consisting in part of tha following atvles. viz v York, Portugal, Brampton, Waahington.Tut Monterey, Pyrenees; Pmlo Alto, &c. Arc. dec., ea many others, all of which are entirely n? lie market. french kid gloves, moat complete asa rlrnent of men'a and w 's French Kid Glovea, of all colors etyles at is; also a large variety of men's Buck and w 'a and men'a Castor Gloves. bonnet and cap ribbons. 'arge and well selected stork of the newest at t fashionable colors and designs, comprising i AKME.NT8 of ever; deecription manufacture riler in the beet poeaitde manner and in point ' not to be aurpaeaed. ly 21) If E W PAPER HAWGIJVG S AND WINDOW SHADES. ICHOI.A8 PIKE Jt CO., No. 173 Pearl atret Importera and Manufacturer!, havejuetopem sry ex'enaive auppl; of ever; etyle and quality erican and French Paper Hanginga, Bordei a-board Printa, and wide Window Curtain Papt Ceo, a aplendid aeaoriment of painted Winds idee and fixture! for the eame, which they oil Merchant!, Dealer! and othera at the very lowt tea, july 80-tl Oll.l K.Ji . SILK CRAVATS, lack ami Fancy Silk Oravaia, a large variety styles ; also Polka Oravala, Cashmere Mulil.'r etc. SPITALFIELD SILK 11DKS. lain anil Twill Silk Hdka, light anil dark modi! 'a: real India and British Corahs, 36 inch equal la Cords and Twilla, beautiful atylea; iiln ite, Crimaon, and Colored Brocade do. FRENCH SUSPENDERS, n aaeortmcnt of eniirely new atylea. FRENCH CRAPES, eluding the dille ent quaniilioa of Black, Ct and W hiic. . SILK GLOVES, en'a and womeh'a, of all k nda, apun and fii SILK GIMPS AND FRINGES, heauiiful aaanrtment of Bluck and Mule Col |ia and Friugi a of all widiha alyl a and price , Fancy col'it and Black Silk Girdle-. ASHMERE AND THIBET GLOVET. large aaaortinent of all prices. Alio, heav J Woidlen do. CASHMERE SHAWLS, ich and high colored, and uioally frnm lowest 1 eat pricea RSTED COMFORTERS AND CRAVAT! HOODS, ETC. very large variey of Comforters and Cravn lylea entirely new in thia market. Alaa, a cor i aasormant of Worated and Woollen II >ot a, Boota, Gailrra, Capa, Boas, Coals, Dreaat etc. WINTER HOSIERY, ETC. ompriaing a full aaaortinent of men'a, wotneri children'a Worsted and Woollen Hosier^ ofe description. Alto, Chills and Drawers of i IS. ' " MORAVIAN COTTON HOSIERY, II pricea and real Moravian B'uc dye. IMPERIAL COTTON HOSIERY. Irck, Slate and Mode colore. A full aSMirtmei TAILORS TRIMMINGS, lack and colored Silk Twiat, Veat Bindinga, c< und Black Silk Braiila, etc. etc. ly 20 tf p a v ii.iox, '' NEW BRIGHTON, STAMEN ISLAND, Mew York. [IE Proprietor begs to inform hia friends at the public, that he has made considered rovenients in this establishment since the la on. lie has erected a large building eontai 33 rooms, altogether disconnected from tl n body of the Pavilion. These rooms are ii led for gentlemen only; they are of a comfor i size, light and well ventilated, and superii dl respects to those which are generally den ated single rooms it] the various watering pi throughout the country, he Proprietor is now ready to treat with fam or parties wishing to engage rooms for tt on. i,euers addressed 10 mm ai me v,icy u, Broadway, will be immediately attended to steamboat runs between New York and No ;hton, at the following hours, viz: ? New Brighton. t\om North Pier, N. Yor t 8 and U A.M. At 9, P.M. and 12. 'i " 5 20 P.M. .1 1-2, 5, tcG, P.J lore frequent communications will he esla I'd as the souson advances, he Pavilion is ready for the reception of cor y. F. BLANCHARD. lay 13?tf __ J. STOUVENF.L Si CO., . 29 Gold street and jYo. 3 John stree near Broadway, New York, [ANl'FACTURERS. WHOLESALE at RETAIL DEALERS in CHh\Ji, GLASS, AND I AMPS, ail and lard. las Fixtures of every description, Solar at Lamps, Chandeliers, Brackets, Girandole idelahras, &c. rivate houses, churchrs, and hotels, fitted t I Gas, at a (treat reduction in price, and a cles warranted. complete assortment of the richest cu' pres and plain Glass constantly on hand. II the above articles made to order, and a Is of Glassware matched to any pattern, amps altered and repaired. oods loaned to parties. il at wholesale and retail c.w style of Hall Lamps and Lanterns. ay 13?tf Bf D. II. BROOKS $ CO. CLOTHIERS AND DEALKRS IN DTH8, C ANSIMEHES AL VESTING! ?Aos. 116 and 118 Cherry street, JY. )'. CORNER OF CATHERINE. AVE on hand a very large STOCK Fashionable rpadv made Clothing, juat man Jred, and especially adapted to the wano ?, an extensive and complete assortment < cy Articles, embracing every variety pertainii Genllemen'* wardrobe. Also, Cloths, Cim re and Ventinga, by the piece, or in quantitii J it mirrhnnprH. NATI r CITY, D. C. FRIDAY STEAM PRESS BRICKS. A HEVIAUK ABl.E e"idence of the auperioi strong h nf thoe Bricks may be witnessed s the Albenasum, where nearly 500 000 have lieer lelivered within the laat two months, end yet tbi entire waste from this large quantity would scercjlj ,H fill a common cart. nd PRICES AT THE KILN WHARF, et- Run of the kiln, per in, $6: all arch. 6 50, arc! end red, $7; all red, 7 60; drlivered at Light strep ,K or Pratt street wharf at 60 cents p r m additional ,r at any part of the city according to distance in Until.Iff nrnmml Frnntn. t-Uch M are liow laitl hi the Atheiueum, light red for cueing fire places, ley. ing heerlha ur floors of ovens, Ac. $10 per m. j Hard ba a, per two horae toaila, $1 50. [t FIRE BitlCKH, the best known for blaat Fur. J, nacea, $20 lo $26 per m, or $2 60 to $3 per hundred according to aire. Refer to Peter Mowel. Mnnaon Iron Works-, Jon Barker, 8. M. Faloa, Baltimore; JoRn Qainlu-r, Mid, dletown, Pa., and many othera. Addreaa nd FRANCIS H. SMITH, Baltimore. july 27?if _____ riAHE MERCHANTS SHOT TOWER COMARAN!' respectfully inform the tradMhat they ,B| have removed to ihc Tower, corner of Front and _ Fayeito alreeta, (f.irmeily known ae (he Phmnix) and have on hand a lull aa-oriment of Drop ami a? Buck Shot, all aiaea; Bar and Pig Dead, etc., etc., tu |W which lliey invite the attentiun i f purcbaaeia. They ulao offer Jor enle their premiaea and Buildinga on Eutaw atreet, together with an Eight Horae Engini and Boiler, in good running order. Persona wiah ?* ing to view the premiaea will call at the Tower foi further information. THOMAS J. CLARKE, ?" Baltimore, july 27 tf Secretaiy WE are receiving front New York our ful supply of Groceries, Teaa, Wines, Liquors |jj which will be sold low for cosh, or shorl credit, to punctual customers, viz : 40 chests Gunpowder, Imperial, Young Hyson, and Black Teas, which will be sold low by the bos of 50 bags Java, I.aguyra, Rio, & St Domingo Cutieia, 25 whole and half barrels Buckwheat 15 hags Buckwheat 'A(\ Iwtvim DoliritiJi'A '' No 3 very tine do I 0(1 " Silver leaf, do I 2ft " (iood HYSON, 0 7ft " Very fine do I 00 " Exlra fragrant, 1 2ft " fiood HYSON SKIN, 0 SO " (iood IMPERIAL, 0 75 , Very line do 1 00 " " Exlra fine do 1 2ft " Good GIIN'PO WOriR, 0 7ft " lp Kmc do ' I 00 " II Exlra fine do I 2ft ' BLACKS. No. 1 SOUCHONG, (0 50 per lb No. 2 do 0 624 " ]) Finest do 0 7ft " Fragrant POIV'CHONG, various prices. CONGO, various prices. Fine OOLONG. 0 00 " Very fine do 0 7ft ' Extra fine do I 00 " NINGYONG, various fires. Finest ENGLISH BREAKFAST TEA, (very rich Pekoe flavored) 0 7ft Fine ORANGE PEJKOE, tl 62A Fineat PEKOE FLOW ERS, I 00 HOWQTIA, or fineat Black Tea iu?ported, 1 00 41 Ne plus ultra TES, both Green anil Black, of all descriptions, the highest grades grown in of China, *1 60 per lb. u- (j^-TAKE NOTICE I?THE CANTON TEA n. COMPANY are the cxclunivt venders of the supe>f nor Black Pea railed 'HOWyMA'S MpCTI RE." 'S They introduced it in America in 1H40?and every 'i- oi lie I person or iionae proleaaiiig to sell the same al e? all, inuch leas at a lower price?deceive the unwary, as the public thcmselvee will perceive, by comparing d Ihe spurious with the genuine "Howqua" vended by of the Canlon Tea Company. Every package (in addition to its containing FULL WEIGHT, independant of the wrap|ier,) ? near loc aiainp 01 nemneae anu elegance, anu ine Teaa therein are ao thoroughly aeoured from ighl anil air, that their quality and power will remain unimpaired in any climate. ' J Agency at George Tei ipleman'a Book 8tore, - Waahington, D. C. jan. C?ly 1000 lib*, of Bpaom Salta? r,r For aale by CHAS. 8TOTT, aat Drug dt Apoth cornet 7th 4c Pa atr. may 21 tf er '25 whole and half bbls. Nos. 1,12 and 3 Mackerel 5 quintals Codfish ' 25 boxes Scotch Herrings, large size ' 10 dozen Nos 1 and 2 Alicante Mats 35 kegs superior Goshen Butler 31) do do Glades do 50 boxes Sperm Caudles 30 nests flour and painted Pails ,i. 30 dozen Brooms G do Whisks III nests Market Baskets 3 hales Almonds ie 30 whole and half boxes Raisins 10 boxes Vermicelli and Macaroni 5 cases Canton G inger 'd 3000 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 ' It) baskets Salad Oil 500 gallons winter-strained and I.ard Oil 20000 Cigars, of our own importation In SIMMS & SON. GOODY EAR'S PATENT INSOLUBLE '' India Rubber Fabric*!!! t? ]LT H. STEVENS (late Fish & Co) has n 1TA, fur an lo a great variety of India Rubber la lioodrt; such a a Cloaks, Cants, Bed*. Haversack*. 9s, Saddle Bags, Paper File Holders, Door Springs Ac. Ac. In fact, nearly every article made fr it India Rubber on hand, or jtrocured at two or three ?_ day8 uoiice. v Also, a full assortment of BLACK A WHITE .i HATS, of the various fabric* now in vogue. STEVKNB, (Late Kieh A Co.; Cent's Outfitting 8toro, No. 1 Brown's Hotel TEAS, TEAS. 11 Washington, I>. C. 3I Agency of the NewYork CANTON TEA COMPANY. largos' und oldest Tea Eatahlisment in America.? The public have had lull proof of their integrity add responsibility. But such has been the great and pressing demand for their TEAS of late, that they have been obliged to enlarge, to a great extent, tueii iwo principal establishments in New York, viz: lH 126CHATHAM AND 103 GREENWICH le STREETS. sl They moreover possess facilities, in relation to the n. Tea Trade, in a very abundant degree, and doubt]8 less, superior to uny other Tea Concern in America, n- Their scrupulous regard to all principles that tend - to elevate the character of a large house, is well un jr- ders ood, and has already secured them a con.iec0 lion, probably, larger than all other Tea Establisha merits united, and they consequently are determined to sell Teas purer, more fragrant, and perfect for 1- the prices, in the aggregate, than any house in the ,e worlo?China excepted. > They most zealously invite the attention of the inhabitants of WASHINGTON, D. C., to their w Agency, where the following assortments are always on hand; and they feel tio hesitation in Hinting that ' wherever a single trial is made, a very decided prem fererice is given to tile celebrated Teas of the CANTON TEA COMPANY. CTT Header, mako the experiment! n. Retail frier* as follows, subject tn all to be. returned if not approved of? GREENS. - Good YOTTNG HYSON, $0 f?0 ,ier lb. Fine do 0 02^ 14 ONAL , AUG. 20, 1847. BRITISH Mf GOODS. 1 IUOGS, JENKINS &. CO. ' \? 33, Willlam-Mtreet, N. Y HAVE in store and now landing. nil cxlansivi aaortment of 8ta|de and Fancy (roods, jidaj.r od to the fall trade, STUFF GOODS. ! OR1.EANA GIiOTHS? IIlock, colored and fancy in ureal variety. ' AI.PAOOA IjUSTKES?Of au|wrior finiah, in al ! SILK WAKP ALPACCAS?Emm law 10 fine, PLAID LUSTRES?Mourning and high colored, BLACK MOHAIK CHECKS?Caledonian.. MILK STRIPED LUSTRES? Plain and twilled THIBET CLOTHS?Single and double twilled. BENO \L STRIPES?Silk figured Ca?hincrea DRESS GOODS. MOIISLIN DE LAINES?Mourning and fancy, CASHMERE ITECOM8E?Gingham Robee, 23 and 30 inch GINGHAMS?Earlaatou ant Tarlan, OREGON, CALIFORNIANS AND BUENA VISTAS, TARTAN PLAIDS OMilk and Silk and Cotton. 1 VICTORIA CASH ERES?New and confi.ier htjrlea, 3-4 and 4-4 PRINTS?Chinta. Mourning am 1 Furniture. MEN'S WEAR. | CLOTHS?Wool tdacka and bluea, of auperKx make, , VALENCIA, Caahmere and Silk figured Veatinga. SERGES. 3-4 and C-4. a comnleie aaaortment, 3-4 and (i-4 WOLLKN PLAIDS, for lininga, LA MA SlLEClAS.aelorled colors. Black Caahana. I INDIGO BLUE PILOTS, BED PADDINGS , <kc? Ac. tuly -JO if POORER, ME A D~V CO., ' 3f? J'ine strict, A'ctn \'nrk. . OrniK for sale on favorable terms? Gentinella Blue Blankets, do do Blankets, Fancy end Dutfdl 6c Trilled Blanket*, Dark Blue a d Green Mackinaw do, Pilot and Beaver Cloths, i JM and 6-4 Red Paddings, ll-t ond 6-4 Worst- d Serges. 6 4 AlpacchH and O? leans I loths, Earle ton Ginghams, i Super Wove Oregons,. British Long Cloths, I Gala Plaids, 8-4 Tartun Shawls, Drab. Scar.ct and assorted Damasks, ALSO, a full and complete assortment of Dun dee Linens. jy 20 tf ~ 1)1 VV H S A R K E R , 30 John street, JYew York. Hosiery, Cravats, Suspender, Shirts, Gloveh, Collars, iVc. Under Shirts and Drawers of every kind, wholesale and retail. Francis IT. Dawes, John G. Barker. july 22?tf FLOOR OIL CLOTIlfL PPARKMAN 6L KEI.SEY, No. 285 Itromfway, opposite Stewart's, N. York. OFFER AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL A very large assortmont ??f Floor Oil Ct.othi 1 in every variety of quality and style. Their new pa ' terns surpass any other in the market, in richncsi I of coloring and beauty of design, and the origins drawings have hetn secured by Lrtters I'atent, t? , prevent other dealers or manufacturers from copying the same. The following comprises our pre^eti style of patterns: Orientals Grecian cross Tapestry scrolls, Antique marl le Gothic pavements Gothic ottagotido Marble tile Arabesque do Egyptian marble Mosaic do Tta inn do Persian patterns Dove and white do Bouquet do New Trinity pattern Trauaelated fto Rich tfcihic do Queen of the May, I Vine do Drab and chintz scroll ! Ituby and chintz do 6cc. 6cc. 6nc. N. B.?20O0 yards Old Stock, with borders, very heavy goods, superior, but old patterns, selling at low ruteH. l Jjy un. A choice assortment of Tapestry Brussels, ThreePly and Ingrain OARPETINGS, of entirely new patterns, selected cxprensly for city retail trader. May 14 tf S PI. EN DID AND FASH ION A B I.E TAB.NET FCIlNITtTRE. E. W. HUTOHINGS &: CO. 475 Broad may, JVetv Vork, ( Between Grand and Brnonw streets.) HAVIN(? just completed th* ir assortment of the moat elegant ai d fashionable Cabinet Furniture in 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 superintendence and inspection, and warranted equal to any in th city, in ever)'respect. Those who intend purchasing this season, are invited to call and examine their assortment befoie making their selection elsewhere july 24-tf FRENCH PAPER HANGINGS, WIKDOW SIUDKS AND UPHOLSTERY GOODS. SOI.OMAN HAKT, 243 Broadway, opposite the Park, have just received in store per the la-e arrivals from Fiance their assortment ?>f Paper Hangings and Borders, whi- h for variety and styles are tin urpaseed. They hoie h en selected iu Paris by I one of the lirm, and comprise the newest patter .s f.?r parlors, bed rooma and hulls, embracing new descriptions in gtild, silver and fresco, particularly adapted for rooms >n this city. Their stock of Window i-hades ore n- w also complete, having been selected and painted by the most celebrated artists in Paris, and consisting of the newest designs and at prices lower than have heretofore been ollered. 8. & H. would also beg to call the attention of families to their stock of Upholstery (ioo.ls, which will be found to consist of every article in their line embracing the best selected assortment of maieriul for furniture covering and Wind-w Curtains, with Trimmings, Corni e-\ Ac., to cone-pond. Wholesale deale.a suppl ed on liberal ter/ns. N. B This establishment always closed on Saturdays. july 24-tf BRANDIES ?Very 0-.e old Cod ard; d..O ard Dupuy & Uo; do Henti ssey; do Cnamp.in; ilo Hngnruck; do J. J DupuyWINKS?Fine n!d Howard, March & Co. Madeira. do Constitution do, do Reserve do, do Brah man do, do Blackburn do, do London Particular do, do Wanderer do, do (/lay do, do Harmony do, do Monleiro do, do Bud do, do Rapid do, do Campa, neiro do, do Amontillado Pale Sherry, do Smith, U\4?.lh,A En ' P.U nn.l .1.. I Lobodo do, do London Dock Port, do T. J. Smith, | Harmony do. (tluifupagnc, lavonte tuand*. A large nawirtment of Bordeaux, Claret an.l other French Winn, llork Win-a, Tokay, Conataiitia, Johannnai crger, Stc., Ac. Hermitage, Kerl and While Durgundy, in boxea, each dozen. Fornic by ROBERT GRACIE. july 24 tl 18 Hroadatreet, N.V - Joseph b. west, GLASS STAINER AND ENAMF.LLER STAINED GLASS for Churchea, Prirali Dwelling* and Puldic Building-*, Steam am Packet ahipa, Ac. Ac., 497 Bowery. N. B. Qlaaa of reery color and ?hade cottatanlh on hand. Alao. Hall Lamp* of vartotta alylea an had# constantly on hand. Alao, Hall Lam pa c 'annua atylea and pattern,, for pri'ate dwallinga. Xu(h,j?(J ?U WHIG. NO. 105 1 ITN8 AND PI8TOL8.?Just received and W now opening? 150 single barrel Guns, ? stock, percussion locks "low pi iced." , 100 single barrel do, rib'd imifa. wire barrels, , back action locks. 60 double Inrrel do inula, wire back action locks, 60 double barrel Oune do real patent breech. 600 pair* Pocket Pi?toU, "low priced/' from 81c? ' |?er pr to $4,50. j N. B. Ah ?ut ?() double liarrei (!unn, slightly dnmoged, which will Ire sold very low. Gimwnitbi 1 will find it to their interest to examine (he n; for wale | l.v N R W BOULD A RUN8EM., j No. 140 Fuhon ?ireet, New York, between Broad* j way and Ntuaau at., importer* of Hardware and ' j Gun*. julp 27 tf. ~ET W. TRYON <fc OCT; TAILORS. 237 Bi owl way, corner Park PI ire, up wtaira, Are receiving the tieweat styles c.f goods an i faahI iona by every steam r. july 24?tf P I A NO-PORT E 3 . .Vent V-rk. HWOKOIVTEK respectfully informs hit , friends ' .1 the public th*f he has i [>ened I Show Knnm nn the ground floor of his manufactory, No. 137 Third, Avenue, near the corner of 14th ?treet, where he ties a goo I assortment uf Plane Korea from I to 7 ortaves, in Rosewood and Mahogany Cas'S. which he oilers on the moat reasonable taigas. Not having any Bales room excepting at hia manttfart ty, he in ena'led to anperintend the manufacture ol hia inslrumenta end troata that they will compare favorably widi any others in market. - n..,.o .ic to r?!l anil t lamina fur tin nis lvra. jo1? 87?tf TO MERCHANTS, MERCHANT TAILORS, AND CLOTHIERS WILSOJV a. HUNT Sf Co., No. 82 Wi!Hnm st., vomer of Maiden lam , New Fork. IMPORTERS of every description of Goods adapted to MEN'8 WEAR, invite the attention | of tl|e Trade to their New Autumn Styles which | they offer by the Piece or Package at the lowest piieeH; consisting of Mackinaw Blankets, Pilot Cloths, and Flushings. Belgium, German, French and English Cloths, direct from the most ce|elnrated manufactures in Europe. American Cloth* and Cnssimerm, low and superfine by the piece or package. 04 ar.d 3-4 Doeskin in Ca^simerea, black and colored silk serge* New 8tv|* g Merino, Valencia and 8atin Vesting* Hiding Cord-, Lyons, Velvets, black Italian Cravats. Plaid Linings, all wool and Union Fabrics Ked Paddings Tabby Velvets and Velveteens Mezourka and Atpnca serges, black and coloied Plaid- Canton Linings, Brown Hollands Single and double mill'd Tweeds and heavy coatings English Silesia? and Ca?bans tail colors and qualities S.iper Twist, Italian Sewing* and Marshall's Thread july 27?tf WATER CURE. 1 EPIIRATA, MNC ASTER CO., PENJS m fllHE EPHRATA HYDROPHATJC INSTI I A. T17TE is in successful operation under th p direcdon ol Dr. F. Lkiskhino, who has had tht . advantage of six months experience with Priesznita t*. at the Grafenburg Institute, in Germany, and bai practised the water cure treatment in this country tor (he last six vears, and within the last two yean at this place having restored many hopeless patients to full health. There are many natural advantage! at Ephrata pure water, the mounta:n air and splendid scenery, not surpassed in any country. Addb | tional bu'ldings have bpon erected this season. The | mountain dousche has been much improved, and I several fine sorincs of nuro wafer have been brouaht inio u>e, so Cat a large additional number of patipntH and vi.-itera can be comfortably accommodated. Ephrat.i being ve y easy of uccesi, a stage leaving Rd (ling for tf is place every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and Lancaster every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday; there is also a triweekly stage from Downington via Ephrata to Harrishurg. Medical attendance and boarding at reasonable terms. Ephrata, july 26 tf JOHN COTTIER, WATCII MAKER, NO. 15 WALL STREET, N. Y. HAVING dissolved his connection with 8. W. Benedict, and opened a store at 15 Wall at., hopes b, continued p- rsonal attention ro the repairing and regulating of chronometer, duplex, repeating, patent detached lever, and all other kinds of watches, mantle and office clerks, ?till to retain his reputation as a workman, and merit u share of public patronage. Gold and silver watches, silver spoons, forks, ?ic. of the best description, and equal to coin. His Regulator, (made by h.nnel?,) ?nd extensively known for the be-t two y< srs us Benedict's Regu lator, Wall ttreet, having been accurately adjusted and tirm-d by transit observations, will always secure to l is friends and the public the correct time. jy 27 tf EUTAW HOUSE, Corner of litiUtinnrr mul Eutaw ulrrels, llaltimoi-c, M<1. Henry P. Jackson, Proprietor. r I HI IS splendid and spacious Hotel, eligibly situJL ated for b.ith business and pleasure travellers, is so conducted as to combine all the luxuries of the best hotels with elegance and real comfort. ' Choice suites of apartments at all seasons reserved for the accommodation of tronsient guests, and families visiting the city will tir.d the Eutaw House a home, unsurpassed by'any hotel in the Union. The location is elevated and salubrious, and is also convenient to the depots and landings, at which the coaches and porters of the House are at all limes in waiting to convey passengers and thetr baggage, free of charge, to the Hotel. Gentlemen's Ordinary, $1 50 per day. Ladies* do 2 00 do. Baltimore, july 27?tf FREDERICK A. VVOODVVORTH, IMPORTER OF RICH FANCY GOODS, 325 BrouJwuy, J\\ic York. 171 \ NK, Mu.ic.l U.ix ?, W?rk Uuxi?. Orrwing Cases, Truve.ling Cases, Writing Desks, Bohemian Glass-ware. Card Caws. Nouvei lis, Portfolios, Po.ket Books, Purses Reticules, Work Tables, Work Basket*., and Card Receivers,? p.,*. ter.es Fine Bronte Groups and Statuettes, Liqueur Cases, ssnull Boxes. SHcgar Case*. Biscuit Groups Rtshiy cecomted Poroeh-ne Vases, Toilet Bottles and ornaments of evei\ description, for mantels, ? uigerr* miu uuuuuirH; nrcuiuiuun, mechmiimi toyn, Pi?ra*t'l* and Sun-shruleti;?Walking I'Ant*, Fancy Stationery, Opera GlfHMw, Choice Perfumery, Toilet Cnmh* and Brua'.iea, Head Orimmema, Silver Gilt Service*, Keady Pen M..kera, INnpkin liinga, Camera Optica*, etc., iu'y 24 tl h'nvlesale and Retail. SMUTT MACHINES?SMUTT MACHINES. JOHNSTON'S Patented Improvement of Young nd Clark's Patent Snutt Machines, constantly ' on hand and for sale, tor rash, by the subscriber. 1 The capacity ol these machine* to do the wnrt properly, it too well known to need any newepepei t puffins, all that is nettled to insure rapid sale*, ia ti d have the place pointed out whera they can at al >1 limes be had. For sale by tba subscriber, 17, Ugh ' street, Baltimore. july 37?tf JOSIAH RICHARDSON. " ^ T f Tiiii 1'I I WELLAR'S PATKNTJAPAR , ????*&. Th. onderefM* *f of thoM de?irou? of u*|? tff* w*~0 ?f*y* > to the eboeenemed. _ The MemtfcfWWr? ?yio? I the excellent property of hie Bjecuofc eeqt * plee to various persons C*oat *>* Iso to eevereb of the ttem&mf- Tmamtm I underneeth ere from (Mje of *?PI)W|,Wf-lfl" for themselves; eleo eererel personswhslrtsd "J* , celled end eeid that the Jafm / ijWWFW*1'* wee superior to any thirty they hid ewer need> EXTRACTS FROM Welter' Patent Japem BteeJUnfte Whew ef en excellent erticle; ere have sear* Mtr W* * highly recommend it?N. A i neiii ?P>. hywi ?SWeUar't Marking ie one of the ifao^ susarfc end satisfactory articles of the dey. R impartsF enttsneo Iiu puiua oeyonu aescnpion. We UHMIi1 'Go and do like wise.'?Spirit of thh ThM'ifiil ?d. .ww ? | asiT By reference to another column, en ?drarikMant rill be found for an excellent article nf Bill flag. In Liquid form, for Boots, dee. It haebaMl recommended by many who ham triad it. It aat only gives, with very liule trouble. abseutyM/ef polish, but reteine it much longer than any.other. (I IS sold by the Agent of the Manufacturer at ITav 60, Cheanot street. Buy a bottle, one trial wUl leave ihe fact.?Phil. Ledger, April M. Mr liar's masking is one of the moet ahtntng arti, cles in the market.?Spirit of the Time* April t. ' Patent Blacking.?Mr. J. Walter, No'.'SO, Chaanut St., has prepared a Patent Ugaid Slashing, which produces a beautiful Let Ptyliah. MddgM.teBt injure the leather. Those who would have a palish ed understanding should read the advertisement in another column.?U. S. Gaaetta. May I, WcUar'e Patent Japan Blacking la tbodt the beet article of the kind we have aaao. The polah which it imparU to the understandings of Man la brilliant and lasting: we have tried it and It lads us to say all this in its behalf?Evening June 7th. The Manufacturer can produce numerous teeti* lonials similar to the above, from private individuals Hid from other papers, but tha above extracts are i suliicient.to convince any person that tha manatee-' turer has not exnggaratadv bat than upon a fair trial the Blacking will be found as represented, ixelBmt in every respect. I, i < J. WBLLAR, Manufacturer, No. 60, Choanal street, Philadelphia. CHARLES 8T0TT, corner Peon. Avmms and 7th street. Agent for Washington, D. C. july 18?tf I eJCHOOL BOOKS, in greet variety, for s&Tby ) ROBERT FARNHAM. jy 31?tf Corner of 11th at agd Penn. av. JVE1T MILITARY WORK. D. APPLETON & Co., 600 Broadway, New . York, have lately published ia a teas style Kip' ments of Military Art and Bcienae; or coaisg of Instruction in Strategy, Fortifications, Tactica of BMtles, tea., embracing the duties of Staff, Infantry. n.?i-j s-.ni ?--i ss?. J .- .? um of Voluuteots and MBilia. By H. vlvjgbr Melleek, A. M? Lieut, of Engineers, D> ft AMqt. ;:l to1. ISmo. illustrated. Price *150. =1 " For thoae who take pleasure In stadyityg IftCCrt of war, and especially for thoae whoaa proMaioei jh, that of arms, thia muat prose a saleable aoL? .. , The author appears to ba perfectly wall informed tt military tactics, art haa uioatrated hta InatthMMfe1 by venous drawings and plana, which anfee *a? ? seWaa understood. The various maana nfnariooai > defence are minutely set forth?(ha paaMou and I character of the feHtteatioiia, on oer-NoWbiro hoc" ilea and organha'toeof Batharm of the rtitftn'al dp . fence?infantry, oarsfry, artillery, and angina q? ! described with rouah precision. Indsed.no fain* , eaam to hare been apand tq;mahe> aaaMhfertlP asd ' ' instructive book."?Cowaaarrial; Adapgdrt* ' -..x. , august k?if , ; I*KW CAJRVIJhfe* GILDING RSTABLWHimaT. WILLIAM 8PEARING, baring busineaa in the abort line, immediately ta front of Coleman'i Hotel, reapactfiaUy informs the * citizens of Washlngton and ita vicinity, that ho man u'actures Looking Glaaa and Picture Frames, Plain and Ornamental Cornioea, aa well aa carry other kind of work in hit Una of buauiaaa. William Spior ing'a charges for all work dona at hit eatabikthaMW will be quite reasonable: ha respectfully ttliailp i share of the public patronage. N. B. Old Frimea'mgilt. may 14 If PAT E N T MED IC A T EI). , INDIA RUBBER POROUS Strengthening Plaattr. IN all cases where it 1a thought advisable to keen up permanent stimulant Im preset on ba or near the organ diseased, these plasters will be found h%b> It raluable. In fact, aU the benefit that caa teerue from a coniinuoua counter-irritant Will be urednasd in the most efficient manner by them. Aa in Ihaamatism, Lumbago, Clout, Enlargement of tholoiata, Chronic Disease of the Liref, Spleen, T-*"g*L or other internal organs, in short, in all Other easaa where warming or Wlengthening plasters Bra beneficial, these wilt l? found to bo superior if any now - ? in use. Forsaleby ...] .. , may 21 tf CHARLES 8TOTT. , o Drug * Apoth corner 70, fe-P^py. CHAUNCEY WARRINER haa raoaotly fMgd to his fnciliiiea for manufacturing pwfe.' !o'' -1 Watches that may be required, by inaUuraaota lor that purpose-, and hiring obtained knowledge of Watch Repairing by practice in Boaton, New York, Philadelphia and elsewhere, will be (Mo to attend to , whatever may be ufflrted in ihia drputttatnt of mechanic*. Chronometer, Duplex, Lever, Lepine, and Repealing Watrhes, accuiatcly repaired! alao, Oaanmitt . Waichea and Mantel and Eight-day Clock* put in order, north aide PenneyIvania avenue, between Four-and-a-half and Hivth streets, on I|m corner of the alley eaat ot Coleman's Hotel, aign of the Watch with Goaad-Key and Chain and Modahmp' resenting the exterior of a self-registering MataHola s gical Obeertmtory. ... , , The above location li in part ocrupiad by STEPHEN EDDY, who deaia in the American maautactured Patent improved Perifocal Spectacle Una, an inatrument evidently destined to aupasaade all other aid to the human viaion; judging from taata nioniala of their auperior propertiea over olbaa tana, it will only lw nee-ssary to refer to obeervatioo and | facta to establish for them a far higher charaetat for uarfulnaaa then haa hitherto been attained by the efforts of art w..i science, 8. Eddy also deals in Jewehr, fine Watches, Sit ver Ware, Biown'a and other Gold Pens. The public are respectfillly invited to call, particularly thoee afflicted with defective right!?nothing no desirable as ita preservation and improve man t!?a little attention in the aelection ef glaaeea will aeeoaaplixh the one, in aomo inatance both. It ie highly important to see clearly, CHEAP BOOKS. A VARIETY OF SECOND-HAND BOOKS for sale on very low terms, at the Fountain BooknUtre, near the Railroad Depot, may 18 tf ijpdL COTTAGF. FOR RENT.?A MM Cottage flilil containing two large roome, time email ehamImrs and kitchen; there ie alio a (table or woodhotue i on the premises, bitueted in a healthiy location 1 near Mr. Macheu on Maryland avenue. Inquire of | Da Vauorax, Cupper and Leachar, Ninth street. I june>3tf _ IhflHSES HOLOHAN'8 Fancy Milliner, 7th lTJL street, between O. and H. atraat, wast rid*. 1 \TRS Milliner, Drru and Car r I 1M itt Maker, P?nn. ITMU., b*tw?n ln ua > aa "rwf. jaMit t 13 PINLEY HUNT, DENTIST, Wiabiat I 3V, ton City, Peon. ??. bMwern 9?fi am) lOik (. jui.? 11