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' I ^WlWrnir. b. corner o> kb-nun street and pbnnsvltahia AVENUE, OPPOSITE TIIK DEPOT 'Verms <f Subecriptioti to the DAILY NATIONAL WHIG. #fi for 12 month*, or (5 if paid in advance. , 1 *3 for 6 months, or #2 50 in advance. 75 oeou for oue uiontn, or 50 cents do ^ Tiib Weekly Nationai. Whio, Two Dollars ]>?r annum, invariably iu advance. ? TERMS OF .ADVERTISING IN THE DAILY NATIONAL WHIG. (iMCLUDINO THE PAPBB.) fifteen lines "In less for one year, readruble 3 times a weak, #100?twice a week, #80?once a week #60?once a mouth 50?once in two months MO?once in three months #30?ouce in fi mouth* J. #25?Fifteen lines or less, standing, #20 a year? #15 for six months?#10 for three inontlis?#7 for two month*, and #4 for one mon.h. j Advertisement* of 15 lines or less, for any period less than one month, inserted for 50 cants the 1 '1 a fix) OA ftfliila xamnK uiihtuxiiiant Insertion. J Standing business cards of three lines inserted < for (1 a month, paper included, or 7i cents if paid in advance. Announcements of marriages and death*, church notioei, notico* of the variou* Charitable, Educational, Temperance, be., Societies, Fire and Military Companies, bo., inserted without charge. LOCAL AGENTS roa the VAVZHKMJb WODNk Jacob Merriu, Cabell C. H. P. H. McCullech, do do 11. 8. Farrow, BeenUvillo, Va. J. T). Elwood, Middleman, Caaa. (Cj" Our friends abroad who are willing to act aa (he Local A genu of the National Whig will please aend ua their name# and post-towns without delay. iCfJ- Whoever will aend u* the money for five subscribers to the Weeky National Whig (price $2 par annum) lor one year, shall receive a copy gra" A I D A N D CO^M FcTk T TO THE ENEMY. POLK'S PAS^fo SANTA ANNA. The Commander of our Naval forces in the Quif is hereby directed not to obstruct the ,ias sage of Gen. Antonia Lopez de Santa Anna and suite to Mexico should he desire to return thither. JAMES K. POLK. r May 15, 1846. Polk's admission of having granted the pass. ''When orders were issued to the t'ummander of our Naval forces in the Gulf, on the 15th day of May last, only two days after the exisj* , teneeof the war had been recognized by Con trees, to place the const ol Mexico under * bOockade, he unit directed not to obstruct the pas- ' sage cf Santa Anna to Mexico should he return. ?ratio's Jtnnual Message to Concrete, Dee. 7, '4U. It remains to be seen whether his return may J nsi vm amvp thvnrnhle tn a narific adiusiment of existing difficulties.?Ibid. ' What has been iten. ' f Battle or Mqkterey.?September 21, 22, ( 23, 1840,?throe days hard Hghiing between c Gen. Zachary Taylor with three thousand men, n l aaJ Gen. Ampudia with twelve thousand (i men, resulting iu the capitulation of the City ?loss of the Americans in killed and wounded?Fiae Hundred! Battle or Buena Vista.?February 22d J 23d, between Gen. Zachary Taylor with live thousand volunteers, and Santu Jlnna com u tnanding a Mexican force of twenty tlioueand ( mm?resulting in the total overthrow of the , enemy?loss of the Americans in killed and e wounded?Seven Hundred! Fall or Vera Cru/, and the Castle of Ul- ? Ion, March 29th, 1847, alter several days bombardment ol the town by Gen. Scott with fourteen thousand men?loss of the Atherirans in killed and wounded?One Hundred! Battle of Cerro Gordo?April 17th and : 18th, two days hard fighting, between Geo. a^^^eaMe^rwnJ^le^f ^ twenty thousand, resulting in the overthrow of tfie enemy?loss of the /Vmericans in killed f and woupded?Tiro Hundred and Fifty. I TRIUMPHANT SUCCESS] CONSUMPTIVES, remember that it la Thomson's Compound Syrup of Tar and ood Naphtha, .which is daily efleeting such remarkable cures in pulmonary1" consumption, asthma, bronohilis, spitting blood, pain in the side and breast, sore throat, hoarseness, palpitation of the heart, whooping oough, croup, nervous tremors, hires, liver complaint, diseased kidneys, ttC. Therefore beware of all spurious mixtures of Tar or Naphtha, and purchase of the advertised agents only. * ANOTHER WONDERFUL CURE! II-HTLiDtLPIIIA, npiu IF, lotu. Lust August a year, I caught a violent cold, in consequence of getting wet in a shower of rain. A circumstance so common gavo me no immediate concern, supposing that 1 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 op- presaioo from the great secretion of purulent matter in u?y lungs- \ became greatly alarmed i and biy 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 nlght tlie sweat literally poured off me t< This was my condition when 1 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 mouths since I ceased using thd'ttedicihe, and the cure remains perfect. 1 firmly believe this medicine is far superior to every other remedy for Consumption of Ihp Lungs. J. J. CHAMBKHLAIN, No. 8, Carberry street. 1 Affirmed ana subscribed ibis 9tb day of April, 1846, before me. John Swift, Mayor of Philadelphia. fry1 This invaluable remedy is prepared only ' byAngney & Dickinson, (successor of S. P. Thomson) Philadelphia. SeM uso by Charles Stott, Washington, B. Rush Roberta, comer Baltimore and Hanover 1 streets, Baltimore; Duval k Purcoll, Richmond, Virginia. Price 50 oents, or six bottles, 69 50. 1 Avoid all pretended imitations. 1 DR. WOOD'S SARSAPAKILI.A AND ' WILD CHERRY BITTERS. 1 For the Permanent Removal of all such Di* ! I fate* as lake their rise in an Impure Blood, impaired Di^esiidh, Morbid stale of the liiver and Stomach, IVeakness of the Nervous System, and a disordered Habit of Constitution Generally. A THREEFOLD VIRTUE.?By promoting /\ circulation, strengthening the system nnu nouitaling digestion, Dr. Wood's Sarsaparilla and Wild Cherry Bitters will restore loo most confirmed invalid lo health. Where either these <|Tcots are necessary to the restoration, the " Bitters " , will be found to possess every quality dpslred. , They have been used already with the greatest success, in many obstinate cases of impurity of the 1 blood, nervous irritation. Dyspepsia, low spirits. Scrofula, palpitation of the heart, chronic headache and Rheumatism. They are indeed a happy cpmbmation of powerful, yet safe ami salutary yaoet?b)e remedies, of a sterling snd unimpeachable reputation. They have won their popularity solely by their intrinsic merits, and tlint they have been successful, numerous certlflcates in the hands of the proprietor, and the greatly increasing sales Hilly attest. Those desirous of an agreeable yet efficient tonio or alternative medicine, need seek no further, for in this preparation they will ltd all th?t is desired. Sold Wholesale end Retail by Wr?rr A KiTrnam Ml Fulton Brest, N. Y. CHARLES 8TOTT, Washington, and by Druggists generally throughout the U. 8. Price fl. Large hollies. A M. HOFFAR. DESfTIST. 44 street, five IJ\ , door1 above Penn. avenvo, east aide. Teeth Inserted on' gold plate ~t better style than done in the city, and cheap accordingly. I - THE ] VOL. j V. Y. ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE TO BUYERS OF CABINET FURNITURE. J. * J. W. Uleeka. U their Manufactory of tf Undid and fatki on able Cabinet Furniture and Uvkolttam. No. 14 Vsskv Stikbt, New You, HAVE juat oomplatad Utair full aaaortinant of Fuinitura, maaa in Um moot aneiant and mo ?r? Pe.i?ten and nthar WjUw, nawwmag in part of a -* I LVIV irv .gypuan, c.iiMimiu>o.w?K, wi??>n wiu ? > See , ell of which ia of ibeir own aaaoefeoture, and |Ot up unilai (hair own pergonal aupwiatopdei.oc. od warranted 10 equal any mad* in thanor Europe, o which (hay invito the attention eI hoy ore both to luality and price, baAna parrhaalng eteewhaee. INSURANCE COMPANYSTATE OF PENNSYLVANIA AT PHILADELPHIA. cttAwncnan m 179S. naurea Merchandien, Buildinga, Machinery, Manufactoriee, etc., in thia city and vicinity, at the current rate*. Dl HECTORS. J hn M. Scon, John B. Budd, Robert M. I.ewia, John Stewart, Charlee Macaiaater, Geo. Trott. Jr. N. Lewia Paleake, Guatavua Calhoun, William 8. Smith, J ante a Devereaux, William R. White Charlee 8. Wurti, SIMEON TOBY, Preaidant, William Hgarxa, Secretary. Apply to B. 8. WHITNEY, jy 36 tf 78 Wall atroet, N Y. TIFFANY, YOUNG, & ELLIS." eapectfully announce that they have opened their new e tabliahinent, .Yd. 21, Broadway, corner of Chambers street, one block rbooe their former location. 1M7TTH nearly 300 caaea, form'ng an entirely V V new and the largeat atock of elegant Ueeful nd Fancy Artialca of a higher order of laale, beau y. and riebneaa than have ever been exhibited in lew York. Bronxus; Bohemian Glass;.French snd Dresden 'orcelain; Terra CotU; Papier Mache; Bronzed, Jilt, and Electro-silvered Wares; rich inlaid Desks; Iressing Cases; Work Boxes; dec., (Cutlery and Iteel Goods; Paper and Fancy Stationery; Perfumry, Urn-hex, Combe, and articles for lbs toilet; 'ana, t'mbrellaa. Cares, Whips, Purses, and Bags; )pera Giaaaes, dec. Chinese and India Fancy Artiles, and Curiosities; an eniirs importation of J sparse Goods, probtbiy the most extensive and msgniicent collection ever sent out of Japan. To tbetr former business they will a id JEWELRY, nd invite particular attention to their large selection loth Foreign and Amerioan, of tl'e newest, richest. ,nd moat elegant descriptions; beautiful Watches lid Clocks; fancy Silver wares, Diamonds, Cameos, Morals, Enamels, dec., ail of which will be marked n plain figurta at prices from which not the alight* st deduction will be made. Their Jewelry Department will be under the care f Mr. Thomas Crane Banks. 871 Broadway, corner of Chambers at. july 97?tf NEW PALI- GOODS. .-m* HAS RECEIVED BY RECENT ARRIVALS FROM EUROPE, and will continue to receive y steamers and Packets a full afsor rnent of . Bobhinet and Thread Laces and Edgings, New Style Muslin Laces and Edgings, new style 4-4 and 6-4 black and white plain and fancy Nets 4-4 black Bilk Nets, plain and ligured Black Bilk Laces for tnmfninga Bilk and Cotton Quillings Men's and women's black, white and colored on. m Mrn'u and women'* black, white and colored Spun G owi Fancy Coltou Mill* and Glove* Black, white and colored Hilk I.ace Mitt* Children'* Silk Mitt* and Gloves. 1-4 and 1-4 long Hilk I.ace Mitt* and Glove*, do do children'* do do Black and white Hilk Hosiery do do 8pun do Silk Shirt* and Diawor* Black and Fancy Satin Vesting* Fancy Hilk Cravat* I.adieu' Fancy Hilk Handkerchiel* Fancy Bonneting;) Fancy Hilk and Satin Trimmings, new and oonfined styles Bavarian Gimp* Bullion and other Fringes, from 1 inch to ."ty inches, in great variety, some very rich Men'* and women's Thibet and Cashmere Glove* Children's Thibet and Cashmere Gloves Men's heavy Woollen Gloves do Chamois lined Berlin Glovse Worsted Shawls, in great variety dp Craysts or Copt forts, ' Worsted Hoods, in great variety Children's do Children's Mufis, Pelerines, Boas, dec. dee. K3r All of which arc offered for eel# on the moil I rouble lerm?. july 42?if reward. THE bore reward will be paid to any pers-m who will reelore to her due. neolate poroiits, heir daughter, MARY FOX, or one half of eaid rward for auch information will lead to her re oTerr. Said Mary left her achool about A P. M., in the 20th of May, 1847, and aince that lime hu lot been seen. She i> only 15 yean of age, 4 feet I inchea, black hair, email black eyea, rather thick outing lips, red che.ke, email featurae, pretty and |oi|e girlieh in appearanee. She wore a email llaid calico ffream pink, purple add'blue; black" ailk ape and' apron, black gaiter boota, pink ailk chirred tat, and g'een veil; two email chased finger ringe, i gold pencil attached to a black cord, and her naile lull* abort from biting them, ft ie strongly sue ectrd that ahe hae been abducted by a pereon iimed Michael, aliae Martin Hart, formerly propriaor of a Bowling Saloon, located near No, Broadway, oppoeite the Franklh) Hp""f i *ho abiconllrd about that lime from tftj- city, deserting hie wife and leaving her entirely dtetltutc of auppoil Said Hare ie about 38 yea re of age, no whiakere Fair oompleaion, and rather genteel appearance. He wae eeen lurking in the neighborhood of her ichool a ehort lime previoue, diegubted with false whiakere. A eieter of Hare, named Margaret, wae removed by bitn from a boarding echool atiout the time of the hducdon, and ie "Upi oeed to be with them. She ie described ae follows:?Very dark hair, almost block ; dark akin, grey eyea, prominent eyebrowe, a mall erar on one eyebrow, a email eear on the right cheek aa if made by email pox, a veer formed by a gaelt upon the end of the noee, nearly an inch in length, the tooth next to the first double tooth on the left side of the face gone; she ia about seventeen years of ege. Any information to be Immediately communicated, by telegraph, if pneaitde, to Oeorge W. Matsell, Chief of Police, New York, who la authorised to phy the pbove reward. jy 21 if UEIN.riJNtSL.LJl IJUAJNIkE I IrtU. ? A AND 60 Inch Gentinella Blanketing, of tJ * auparior quality?for aula low by TOOKER, MEADE A Co., jySO tf 96 Pint SUMt, N. Y. &AILY WASHINGTON ( sew goods. FOR FALL TRADE or 1847. ALLEN, HAZEN & CO., 52 F.xciianuk Place, Have received by late arrival and will continue to receive by Packete en Blwm from Europe, a very large mud well wleci >1 .l.wW r.t English, FnENCH Fancy and Stapli dry good8, Adap'ed to the approaching reason, consisting i pari of the following nicies, vix: dress goods. Cashmere d'Ecoese, plain and twill atrip an plaid : Plaid Oregona new patterns and anp. qualil rich colors; Rich Plaid Victorias, silk and wool, hig color a. rich vestinus. Figured Silk, Velvet, plain and fancy colored rie Arrnure, Silk Vcalinga, blc k and colored striped an plaid petterne, and draigne; Rich Cashmera do Black and colored striped anil plat I Satins do. of ev ery alyle and price. woollen net shawls. A very large assortment from lowest to highei cost, consisting in part of the following a'viva, vixNew York, Portugal, Brampton, Washington, Turl ish, Monterey, Pyrenei?, Palo Alto, dtc. dec. dec., a well as many others, all of which are entirely net n this market. french kid (jlovks. A meat complete ase irimerit of men's and wc men's French Kid Gloves, of ell colors styles en prices ; also e large variety of men's Buck and wi men's end men's Castor Gloves. bonnet and cap ribbons. A large and well selected stock of the newest an moat fashionable colore and designs, comprising a wi Iths and styles. silk cravats. Black and Fancy Silk Cravats. Urge variety c new styles; also Polka Cravats, Cashmere Mufflen etc. etc. spitalfield silk i1dks. Plain and Twill Silk Hdka,'light and dark madde colors: real India end British Corahs, 36 inch squirt China Cords and Twills, beautiful styles; alar White, Crimson, end Colored Brocade do. french suspenders. An eeaortment of entirely new styles. i'urvnw rnipfu Installing (he difle ant tjunntitiea of Black, Col nrad and W hile. 8IT.K GLOVES. Men's and womeh'a, of all k.nda, spun and An 8ilk. SILK GIMPS ANO FRINGES. A heauiiful assortment of Black and Mole col' G mpe and Fri.igts of all wiilihs. alyli-a and prices Also, Fancy col'il and Black Silk Girdles. CASHMERE ANO THIBET GLOVET. A large assortment of all price*. Also, bear] rilib'd Woollen d?> CASHMERE SHAWLS. Rich and high colored, and mostly from lowest ti highest prices WORSTED COMFORTERS AND CRAVATS HOODS, ETC. A very large variety of Comforters - and Cravnl of styles entirely new in this market. Alsa, a coir plule assortment of Worsted and Woollen IJood Mitta, Boots, Gaiters, Caps, Boas, Coats, Dresae etc. etc. WINTER HOSIERY, ETC. Comprising a full assortment of men's, women' and children's Worsted and Woollen Hosiery of et ery description. Also, Phiils and Drawer* of a kinds. MORAVIAN COTTON HOSIERY, o( all prices and real Moravian Blue dye. IMPERIAL COTTON HOSIERY. Black, .Slate and Mode colors. A full aasortincn TAILORS TRIMMINGS. Black Slid colored Silk Twist, Vest'Bindings, co ored and Bis k - I Braids; etc. etc. nlv '20 tl' ' PAVILION, NKW IIRIGHTON, STATEN ISLAND, Kew York. THE Proprietor begs to inform his friends am the public, that he has made consideruhli improvements in this establishment since the las season. Ho has erected a large building contain ing 33 rooms, altogether disconnected from thi main body of the Pavilion. These rooms are in tended for gentlemen only; they are of a comfor able size, light and well ventilated, and snperio in all rospects to those which are generally deno minatcd single rooms in the various watering pla ces throughout the country. The Proprietor is now ready to troqt with fami lies or parties wishing to engage rooms for thi season, letters addressed to nim at the City Ho 1 til, Broadway, will be immediately attended to A steamboat runs between New York and Nev 1 Brighton, at the following hours, viz: FVoin Aftto Brighton. r> om North Pier, N. York At 8 and 11 A.M. At 9, P.M. and 18. 2" 6 20, p.m. 3 1-2, 5, st 6, p.m More frequent communications will be estab lished as the season advances. The Pavilion is ready for l(ie reception of com pany: F. BI ANOHARD. may 13?If ^ I J. STQUVKNEL k CO., JSb. 29 Gold street and No. 3 John street near Broadway, l*?w York) Manufacturers, wholesale am retail dealers in , CHINA, GLASS; AND for oil and lard. Gas Fixtures of every desoription, Solar ant Gas I.ampe, Chandeliers, Brackets, Girandoles CMuidelabrns, fee. | Private house*, churches, and hotels, fitted ui willi Gas, at a great reduction in price, and al articles warranted. A complete assortment of the richest cut press ed, and plain Glass constantly on hand. Al| the ahore articles made to order, and al i kincts of GlaftWare matched to any pattern. Lamps altered and repaired. Gooas loaned to parties. Oil at wholesale aud retail New style of Hall Lamps and Lanterns, may 13?tf H. Sf D. H. BROOKS $ CO. CLOTHIERS AND DEALERS tit CLOTHS, CASSIMERKS A. VKSTINGS JVos. 116 and 118 Cherry itrret, JY. Y. CORNER OF CATHERINE. HAVE on band a very large STOCK o Fashionable ready made Clothing, just menu Incurred, and especially adapted to the season Also, an eitensive anil complete assortment o fancy Artiflegcfmhracirig every variety pertaininf to a Gentlemen's wardrobe. Also, Chtkx, Com! mem and Vetting*, by the piroe, or in quantitiei to wit purohanera. fiARMEiSTB of every daacriptioa manufacture* to order in the beet poaaibla manner and in point o atyle not to be wrpaaaed. july SO tf JVE W PAPER HAJVGUVG S AND WINDOW SHADES. NICHOLAS PIKE & CO., No. 178 Peart atreet Importer* and Manufartnrera, have just openei a very extcnaive aupply of every style and quality a American and French Paper Hangings. Borden Fire-board Print*, and wide Window Curtain Papal Also, a splendid assortment of painted Windot Shades and tortures for the same, which they orta to Merchants, Dealers and others at the very lowei price*. july *0-U ' AT A THY LM\L 11 :iTY, D. C. MONDAY, A STISAM PEUSS BRICKS. AKEV1AHKABL1S evidence of the auperior alrang.li of ilnte Brick* may bo witnra* d at I tie Atheruaum, where nearly 500 00(J have lieen m ilelirereil within the laet two monthe, and yet the J entire weete from tbie large quantity would acareely i 8 fill a common cart. d PRICB8 AT THE KILN WHARF, i- Run of the kiln, per m, $0: all arch. 6 50, arch and red, $7; all red, 7 50; delivered at Light a!reel K or Pratt atreet wharf at 60 cenla pre additional, or at any part of the city according to diatance A n Don hie preaeed Froota. ,uih aa are now laid at the Athenaeum, light red for caeeing fire placea, lay- ^ ing heartha or floore of oven*. dec. $10 per m. [ i Hard b? a, per two horee loeda, $1 50. 11 " FIRE BHICKS, the beet known for bloat Fur J nacea, $20 to $26 per m, or $2 50 to $3 per hun- ' dred according to aiie. ** Refer to Peter Mowel. Munaon Iron Worlta; J no Barker, 8. M. Falea, Baltimore; John Gamber, Mid- M dletown. Pa., and many olhera. Addreaa U d FRANCIS H. SMITH, Baltimore. *! ' jolv 27?(f _ r|2HE MERCHANT* HHOT TOWER COM- ? X PANY teapectfnUy inform the trade that they -p lt have removed to the Tower, corner of Front and y Fayette etreeta, (formerly known aa the Phmnix) and have on hand a full aaaortinenl of Drop arid 3. |( Buck Shot, all eiaee; Bar and Pig Lead, etc,, etc., to H which they invite the attention of purchaaera. They also oner lor MM their premises and Buildings on Eutaw street, together with an Bight Hone Engine end Boiler, in good running order. Persons wiah- ? ing to view the premiaea will call at the Tower for d further information. THOMAS J. CLARKE, h Baltimore, juljr 27 tf Secretary. ^ WE are receiving from New York our full IT supply of Groceries, Teas, Wines, Liquors, Si ji Sic., which will be sold low for cash, or short ere- (lit, 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, I.aguyra, Rio, 8t St Domingo Coflee / i, 25 whole and half barrels Buckwhoat " 15 bags Buckwheat 20 boxes Colgate's Starch ir 25 whole and half bbls. Nos. 1, 2 and 3 Mackerel 5 quintals Codfish t' 25 boxes Scotch Herrings, large size ' 10 dozen Nos 1 and 2 Alicante Mats 35 kegs superior Goshen Butter 30 do do Glades do 50 boxes Sperm Candles 20 nests flour and painted Pails i. 30 dozen Brooms 6 do Whisks 10 nests Market Baskets 3 bales Almonds e 30 whole and half boxes Raisins , 10 boxes Vermicelli and Macaroni J 5 cases Canton Ginger J 2000 pounds loaf, crushed, and pulverized Sugars i iuo uivmiub m unun, u o?g Finest PEKOE FLOWERS, 100 . . 1 HQWQUA, or tineet Black Tea im, ported, 1 00 " 1,0 Ne pin* ultra TKS, both Green auil Black, of all descriptions, the (,H highest grade* grown lu mi ' China, |1 so per lb. do Ij"TAKp NOTICE !?THE CANTON TEA M COMPANY are the txcJtfivc renders of the rape- ne I rior Ulack Tee celled "HOWCJUA'8 MIXTI RE." VV 1 They introduced it in America in 1840?and every Lc * other person or house proteasing to eelt the same at Hi ail, much lee* at a lower price?deceive the unwary, a* the public themselves will perceive, by comparing Ft ' the spurious with the genuine "Howqua" vended by Jo f the Canton Tea Company. Every package (in addition to it* containing ea FULL WEIUHT, independent of the wrapper,) - bear the stamp of neatness and elegance, end the Tees therein are so thoroughly secured from ight ? and air, that their quality and power will remain unimpaired in any climate. Q l Agency at George Tat tpleman'* Book Store, r f Washington, D. C. jk I J'n- "-'y pi i 1000 lib*, of Epsom Baits? or ,r For sals by CHAS. 8TOTT, it , Drug Sl Apoth corner 7th 4t Pa at. vt may 91 tf i. 5 barrels steam syrup 10 boxes Capers and Olives 5 do Citron and Jellies 4 do Mushroom and Walnut Catsup rr ' 10 baskets Salad Oil 500 gallops wipter-strajned pud Lard Oil 30000 Cigars, of our own importation j SIMMS &. SON. _ GOODY EAR'S PATENT INSOLUBLE India Utiblnr Fabii^;!! " IVf B- 8TEVBN8 (late Fish dc Co ) ha. J I- 1TJL, Tor sale a great variety of India Rul>ber I Goods ; such aa Cloaka, Coaln, Bede, Hatereacke, N a. Saddle Ban, Paper File Holdert, Door Springe, u See. See. In fact, nearly every article made fr m Q| India Rubber on hand, or procured at two or three ^ ? days nutiee, ' , Also, . full aaeortment of BLACK dc WHITE P l_ HATS, of the wi?u fcl"lM MS ie Wjsn, STEVENS, (Late PHIh # Co.) " Gent's Outfitting Store, Nn. 1 Brown's Hotel TEAS, TEAS. 1 Wash luicton. D. C. )NAL1 .UG. 23, 1847. TlTlTmiCITI TV IT ml n AATvn Hermitage, Red and White Burgundy, in boxes, eh doaen. For aale by ROBERT GRACIE. july 84 If , 16 Broadatreet, N.Y JOSEPH B. WEST, LASS STAIN ER AND ENAMELLER. , 5TAINED GI.A88 for Churohea, Private < 9 Dwelling* and Public Building*, Steam and ickrt ahipa, Ac. Ac., 497 Bowary. | N. B. Glees of every color and shade constantly I I hand. Also, Hall Lamps of various atylee and I tads constantly on hand. Also, Hall Lamps of I not* styles and patterns, for private derailing*. NewYorhggtf ?tf J very Urge Mortmain ot Floo* UiL Clqtui i every variety of quality anil aiyla. Their new pama aurpaaa any other in ihe market, in richneia F coloring and iwauly of deaign, (nd ikf original rawinga have been grrured by bttlert Patent, to revent other dealer* or manufacturer* from copy the aapt*. The folloaiina rmnpriaav our prMnl pie of paltavna: Oriental* Grecian crow I Tapestry acrolla. Antique marMe i Gothic paramenia Gothic octagon do I Marble tile Arabraque do i Egyptian marble Mooaic do i Ita ian do Peraian pattern* I liove and white do Bouquet do I New Trinity pattern Treaoelated do i Rich gothic do Queen of the May, i Vine do Drab and chinta scroll t Ruby and chintz do dec. dec. die. , . B.?8000 yard* Old Stock, with border*, very I heavy good*, auperior, but old pattern*, wiling at low rate*. d CARPE TIJVQ8. f A choice awortmeut of Tapeatry Bruaeele, Three- ' y and Ingrain CARPETJNftS, entirely nery pattern*, Selected erpreaely for city tail trade. May 14 if XEND1D ANP FASHIONABLE CAB,NET FUR? *1 VilTURE. J E. W. HUTCHINGS & CO. h 475 Broadway, New York, (Between Grand and Broome etrei te.) [J IAVINO just completed their assortment of the ( moat elegant and faehionahle Cabinet f urnire in the city, consisting of apcicpt and modern Q d Parisian styles so myich in rogue at the present y, which have been got up under their own super- . lendan'ue and inspection, end warranted equal to |j y in th r citv, in every respect. Those who intend t rchuaing this season, are invited to call and oxam- u their aasorlment before making their selection iewhere. july_24-tf FRENCH PAPER^iANC^INGS, WINDOW SHAVES AN I?, UpriOtSTERY GOODS. tOLOMAN HART, 243 Broadway, opposite the I Park, have Just received in store per the late arrets from Prance their aaeortment of Paper Hangga and Borders, which fbr variety and styles are t-umaseed. They have been selected in Pali* by * ie of the firm, and comprise the newest patterns r parlors, bed rooms and halls, embracing new deriptiona in gold, stiver and fryaco, particularly * spied for rooms in thin city. Their stock of Window shades are now also com- * ete, having been selected and painted by the most labraled artiste in Paris, and consisting of the new- n t designs and at prices lower than have heretofore en offered. jj 8. & H. would also beg to call the attentinn of niliea to their stock of Upholstery Goods, which ill be found to consist of every artiole in their line, rbracing the beat selected assortment of materialr furniture qovyriftg and WinAiw Curtains, with timminga, Corpicas,4c., to correspond. Wholesale dealers suppl ed on liberal terms. N. B. This establishment always closed on Batdays. july 24?tf } RANDIES.?Very fine old Cod lar.l; do Olard. , Dupuy 4c Co; do Hennessey; do Champiin; J Sagcrsck; do J. J. Dupuy. WINES?Fine old Hopard. March 4c Co. Main, do Constitution do, do Reserve do, do B rah > in do, do Blackburn do, do London Particular do. Wanderer do, do Clay do, do Harmony do, do onteiro do, do Bud do, do Rapid do, do Campairo do, do Amontillado Pale Sherry, do Smith, oodhouae 4c Co.'a. Pale and Brown 8herry, do ibodo do, do London D.ick Port, do T. J. Smith, armony do, Champagne, favorite brands. A large assortment of Bordeaux, Claret and other each Wines, Hoick Wines, Tokay, Coustantia, hanneelwrger, fee., dec. urao, near,el and aaaorted Uamaaaa, fi ALSO, a full and couplele aaaorlraanl of Dun eLikens. jy JO tf I DAWES <fc BARK ER^ 30 John itreet, JYew Vork. , Hoaiery, Cravala, Sutfpenije'g, Shirta, Glovci(, Dollar*, A-c. nder Shjrta ^nd prawer* of every k""', wholeaale apd retail. FaaNna H. Pavraa, John O. BauKKit. joly 28?tf " FLOOR OJj? CLOTH*. "|i PPABKMAN dt KELSEY, 1 Wo. 286 Broadway, opporitt 8tewurt's, N. Yurie. \FFEK AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL A jjiurion imi ixuuus. 1 RIGGS, JENKINS & CO. to 93, Wil I in m-?trer I, IV. Y. J AVE in atore and now landing, an extensive , ' asortment of Staple and Fancy Gnoda, adu|,lI to Iba fall trade. STUFF GOODS. RLEANS CLOTHS? Black, colored and fancy, in great variety, ' LPACCA 1.IJBTRE8?Of superior tiniih.iu all qualities, ILK WARP ALPACCAS?From low In line, J LAID UJ8TRB8?Mourning and high colored, I.At'K MOHAIR CHECKS?Caledonian*. 1 ILK STRIPED LUSTRES? Plain an J twilled, ! III MKT GLOTHH?Single and double twilled, ' ENGAL STRIPES?Silk figured Ca.hmcres DRESS GOODS. OU8LIN DE LAIPfEM?Mourning and fancy, ASHMERE D'ECObBE?Gingham Robes, , I and 30 inch GINGHAMS?Earlaaton and Tartan, REGON, CALIFORNIAN8 AND BUENA , VISTAS ARTAN PLAIDS USilk and Silk and Cotton, It TORI A CASH EREH?New and confined atylea, 4 and 4-4 PRINTS?Chinta. Mnurning and I Furniture. 1 MEN'S WEAR. I.OTHS?Wool blacka and blues, of auperior 1 make, 1 Af.ENCIA, Cashmere and Silk figured Veatiuga, BRGES, 3-4 and 6-4. a complete assortment, 4 and 6-4 WOLLEN PLAIDS, for lining., r AMA SILECIA8, selected colon. Rlack Caabans, ? 4DIGO BLUE PILOTS, BED PADDINGS, e., Ac. july iO tf t TOOKER, MEAD CO., 35 Pine street, New York. >FFER for sale on favorable terms? Gentinella Blue Blankets, do do Blankets, . Fancy end Duffilt dI Twilled Blankets, Dark Blue a. d Green Mackiuaw do, Pilot and Beaver Clothe, 3-4 and 6-4 Rod Paddinga, t 3-4 and 6-4 Worsted Serges, 1 6-4 Alpaccas and Orleans Cloths, j Earle-ton Ginghams, Super Wove Oregons, British Long Cloths, J Gal* P|ait]s, , r Tarfan Shawls I Agency oft lie New York CANTON TEA COMPANY, largest and oldest Tea Eatahllsinent in America.? The public have had lull proof of Iheir integrity ami responsibility. But auch has teen the great and preaaing demand for their TEAS of late, that they have been obliged to enlarge, to a great extent, tneir two principal establishment- in New York, vix: r 126 CHATHAM AND 103 GREENWICH ? STREETS. I They moreover poaacaa facilities, ia relation to the P' . Tea Trade, in a very abundant degree, and doubtL. lone, su|H>rior to any other Tea Concern in America. of . 'Their scrupulous regard to all principles that tend r" . to elevate the character of a large house, is well tin r tiers trod, and baa already secured thgrn a con.iec tion, probably, larger than all other Tea Establish menta united, ani^'they Oo'na>'^uehi\y are determined to sell Teas purer, more fragrOH/, and pet/eel for - ilie prices, in the aggregate, than any house iu the ' world?China excepted. They most xealousty invite the attention of the in- T habitants of WASHINGTON. D. C? to their J; ' Agency, where the following assortments are always tui on band; and they feel no hesitation in slating that an wherever a tingle trial is made, a very decided pre- da Terence ia given to the celebrated Teas of the CAN- inl 1 TON TEA COMPANY. an (CJ" Reader, mx(tb(hyiiip?rimentl pp . Retail PrlfU at follows, subject in aU (*M* to be ini returned if not qnomvtd of? elt Q.KJ?l&NSa """ Goid YOUNG HYSON, ' $0 60 per lb. Kino do 0 024 " No. 2 fragrant do 0 76 " No. 3 very fine do I (HI 0 r\ Silver loaf, do 1 26 " S Good HYqftty, dri ? Jtt Very fine 'do | 00 ' jn. Extra fragrant, 1 25 " ur ( ood HYSON SKIN, 0 60 " on Good IMPERIAL, 0 *6 ? f?, , Very fine do 1 00 " Extra fine do 1 26 " .,1 ' Good GUNPOWDER, 0 75 ? ? F'n? do 1 W " pi I Extra fine do 1 26 " CF BLANKS. . No. 1 SOUCHONG,' $0 60 per lb ^ No. 2 do 0 624 > . | Pineal do 0 76 " f? Fragrant POWCHONG, varioua price*. w, CONGO, various price*. en Fine OOLONG. 0 60 - fol Very fine do 0 75 " -p. Extra fine do ( ((0 " NINGYONG, various rices. Fineat ENGLISH BREAKFAST ur , TEA, (eery rich Pekoe flavored) 0 76 c: r\n a \irir ncdirnD n- 00 /unxiin, r lageree enu m'uuoire; Accormoiie, banical Toy a, Paraenla and Buo-ahadeaWalkii( Canee, Fancy Stationery, Opera Olaeeee, Choice Perfumery, Toilet Combe and Bruehea, lead Ornemente, Silver Gilt Servieee, Ready Pen 4 alt ere, Napkin Kiitfi, Camera Oplicaa, etc., juy 34 U H'hulaiale and Kttail. SMUTT MACHINES?SMUTT MACHINES. JOHNSTON'S Patented Improvement of Young and Ctark'e Patent Smutt Machinee, conatantly >n hand and for aale. Tor eaeh, by the aubecriber. The capacity of thaee machinee to do the work properly, is too well known to need any newapaper puffing; all that ia needed to inenre rapid aelee, ia to have the place pointed out whare they can at all timee be had. For aale by the aubecriber, 17, Light meet, Baltimore, joly 37?tf JOSIAH RICHARDSON. corner oj auuinwrc ana jummo sireeit, Baltimore, lid. Henry F. Jackson, Proprietor. rui8 splendid and specious Hotel, eligibly aitutted for both business and pleasure travellers, is ? conducted as to combine all the luxuries of the est hotels with elegance and real comfort Choice suites of apartments at all seasons reaervd for the accommodation of transient guests, snd unities visiting the city will find the Kutaw House home, unsurpassed.by any hotel in the Union. The location is elevated and satubrious, and is Iso convenient to the depots aud landings, at which M coaches and porters of the House are at all mas in waiting to convey passengers and their aggage, free of charge, lu the Hotel. Gentlemen's Ordinary, ft 50 per day. I-adiea' do 2 00 do. Baltimore, july 27?tf FREDERICK A. WOODWORTH, IMPORTER OF RICH FANCY GOODS, 326 Broadway, JViw York. FANS, Musical Boxes, Work Boxes, Pressing Cases, Travelling Cases, Writing Peaks, lioernisu Glass-ware. Card Cases, Mou venire, Portolios. Pocket Books, Purses Reticules, Work 'ables, Work Baskets,and Card Receivers,?Papearies. Pine Bronxe Groups and Statuettes, Liqueur ,'ares, Snutf Boxes. Segar Cases, Biscuit Groups ;? tichly decorated Porcelains Vases, Toilet Bottles hd ornaments of every description, for mantels. lo full health. There ere many natural advautggee it Ephrata pare water, the mountain air and eplenlid rcenery, not surpaaaed in any country. Additional buildinga have been erected this teuton. The nountain douache baa been much iaaprovud, and teaeral fine aprtnga of pure water ham been brought nto ute, to that a large additional number of polenta and viaitera can be comfortably accommodated. Ephrata being very eaay ofaccear, aatage leaaing leading for thia place every Monday, Wedneeday nd Friday, and Lancaater every Tueaday, Thuraay and Saturday; there ia alao a tri-weekly a lag a rom Xfownington via Ephrata to Harriaburg. dedical attendance and boarding at reaaonaUe terma. Ephrata, july 90 tf JOHN COTTIER, WATCH MAKER, NO. 15 WALL STREET, N. Y. HAVING diaeolved hit connection with 8. W. Benedict, and opened a atore at lb Wall eh, opea by continued p< raonal attention to the repairing nd regulating of chronometer, duplex, repeating, atent detached lever, and all other kindanf watcher, untie and office clerlta, -till to retain hit reputation a a workman, and merit a ahare of public patronage. Gold and ailver watcher), ailrer epoona, forka, die. f the heat deacriplinn, and equal to ootn. Hit Regulator, (made by h.mrelf,') and extenaiver known for the lent two yrara aa Benedict'a Regu itor, W ill itreet, having been accurately adjuated nd limed by tranait ohaervationa, will alwaya aeeure > hia friends and the public the correct time. Jy 97 tf EUTAW HOUSE, TO MERCHANTS, MERCHANT TAILORS, ANO CLOTHIERS. WILSON G. HUNT A Co., Yo. 82 William it., corner of Maiden lane. New York. IMPORTERS of every description of Good* adapted to MEN'S WEAR, invite the attention if the Trade to their New Autumn Style* which hey offer by the Piece or Package at the lowest nice*; consisting of Mackinaw Blankets, Pilot Cloth*, and Flushing*. Qelgipm, German, French and English Cloths, lirect liom the moat celebrated manufactures in Euope. American Cloths and Caasitneres, low and superIne by the piece or package. 64 and 8-4 Doeskin in Caasitneies, black and coored silk serges New Styles Merino, Valencia and Satin Vesting* Riding Cord*, Lyons, Velvets, black Italian Crarats. Plaid Linings, all wool and Union Fabrics Red Paddings, Tabby Velvets and Velveteens Masourka and Alpaca serges, blaoh and colored Plaid Canton Linings, grown Hollands Single and doubl* miil'd Tweed* and heavy coat"^Bngliah Silesia* and Ca.bana, all colors and qunties Ssper Twist, Italian Sewing* and Marshall's I Thread j july 27*?if , 1 ' "! WATER CURE. EPHRATA. LANCASTER CO.. PENN. rilHE EPHRATA HYDROPHATIC IN3TIJL TUTE is ill vucceesful operation under the direction of Or. F. Lsiatame, who has had the advantage of six momtw experience with Priesxnita, at the Grafsnburg Institute, in Germany, and hem practised the water ear* irawmeiit in this country I for the last six yean*, amL within th? b?t w? years j hi thill nlnosa huuinnr roetnroil mannas ttowaleaa I WHIG. ?mi _ . ? NO. 107 C-1 FNS AND PWTOIjB.?Just received and W now opening? 1 SO .ingle barrel Guns, j stork, percussion luck., 'low priced." 100 single barr<l do, rih'd ituita. wire barrels, ruck action locks. SO doable b rrrel do imita. wire back action lorka. SO double barrel Uona. do real patent breech. 49 do do real twirl and patent do SOO pairs Pocket Pi.tola, "|uw priced," from tile, ter pr to $4,50. N. B. About SO double harrei Guns, ulinhtty Istnsged. which will be sold very low. Gunsmiths arill find it to Ibeir interest to examine the n; lor sale >y NEWBOULD & RL'HSEI.I., Vi>. 140 Pulloil Hirerl. New York, betweeh Broad*ay end Nubu el., importers of Ihirdware and 3un?. ^ julp 27 if. E7 W. TRYON&COT, 7M / LOUS. 337 Ifrouduwy, corner Perk Place, up stairs, kre receiving ihe newrat styles of good* an.I fashiona by every steam r. july 34?if i'l A N O-F OAl'-frfl. ----jVTtid York. HWORCEoTER respectfully informs hi* , friends and ibe public ihut he has opened thow Room on the ground floor of his manufactory, Vo. 137 Third Avenue, near the corner of 14th itreet, where he hss a good asaortmeot of Piane fortes from to 7 octaves, in Rosewood and Mat logauy Cases, which be oilers on the most reasonible taims. Not having any sale* room excepting >t his manufact >ry, lie is enabled to superintend the nanufacture of his instruments and trusts that tbejr vill compare favorably with any others in market. Professors, Amateurs, and the public are invited o call and examine for thenurlvea, july 87?tf t VEX I. A irs PATENT JAPAN ' LI4CID AND f?STH BLACKING. Th?undcm'gned beg Inn la cill the atteniior. of those deairoaeof using a good article in Mucking, to the aboeeaiamsd. The Manufacturer, knowing the excellent properties of hw Blacking, tent sumplee to ruioui persona (mich ae Boot Makers, Ar i also to a, vara! of the Newspaper*. The extracts underneath are from aorne of the papers, they apeak for Ihemaelree; alao aaverai persons who irieil It h ,?e called and aaid that the Japan Liquid Blacki ng waa aupeuor to any thing they had ever used. EXTRACTS FROM NEVCSl'APKUS. Wcllar'i Patent Japan Blacking ia the name of an excellent article; are have eeen it uecd, and can highly recommend it?N. American, April fIS. W cUar't Blacking ia one of the moat anperh and aatiafactory articles of the day. It impartea bri|liaiu and polish beyond description. We hare tried it.? Oo and do like wiae.'?Spirit of the Tiotea, April Sd. By reference to another column, an advertisement will be found for an excellent article of Blacking, in a Liquid form, for Boots, dec. It haa been highly recommended by many who have tried it. It not only givee, with eery little trouble, a beautiful jet polieh, but retaini it much longer than any other. It ieeold by the Agent of the Manufacturer at No. 60, Cheenut etreet. Buy a bottle, one trial wdf prove the fact.?PhiL Ledger, April 23. Wellar't Mocking ie one of the most shining articles in the market.?Spirit of the Times, Apr.l a. Patent Blacking.?Mr. J. Wellar, No.SO.Chesnut 8c, has prepared a Patent Liquid Blacking, which produces a beautiful jet Polish, and does not injure the leather. Those who would have a polished understanding should read the advertisement in another column.?U. S. Gaxelte, May I, Wellar't Patent Japan Blacking is about the beet article of the kind we have eeen. The polish which it imparts to the understanding! of man is brilliant and lasting: we have tried it and it tw. ill to say *U tbia in its behalf.?Evening Bulletin, June 7th. The Mannfeoturer can produce numerous testimonials similar to the above, from private individuals and from other papers, but the above extracts are sufficient to coovinoe any person that the manufacturer has not exaggerated; bat that upon a fair trial the Blacking will be found aa repreaented, excellentin every respect J. WEI.I.AH, Manufacturer, No. 60, Cheanut street Philadelphia. CHARLES 8TOTT, corner Peon. Avenue and 7th afreet Agent for Waabington, D. C.. joly 18?tf SCHOOL BOOKS, in great varfoty, for aale by ROBERT FARNHAM. jy 31?tf Corner of 11th at aud Penn. av. . NEW CARVIHG ~ GILDING ESTABLISHMENT. WILLIAM 8PEARING, having commenced busineea in the above line, immediately in front of Colattan'a Hotel, respectfully informs the eltiaens of Washington and its vicinity, that he manufaclurea Looking Glaaa and Picture Frames, Plain and Ornamental Cornices, aa well aa every other kind of work in his line of business. William Spearing's charges for all work done at his establishment will he quite reasonable: ha respectfully eolicite a share, of the public patronage. It'h. Old Prunes refill. may 14 tf " PATENT MEDICATED INDIA RUBBER POROUS Strengthening Plaster. IN all cases where it is thought advisable to keep up permanent stimulant impression on or near the organ diseased, these plasters wilt be found highly valuable. In fret, all the benefit that can accrue from a i0Dii||HiPMm|v4aij^ will be pnatuced in the asoetVKS&Wam. .A-Lhw mstlsra, Lumbego, Gout, Enlargement of the Join te. Chronic Disaeae of the Liver, Spleen, Lunge, or other internal organs, fat short, in all other cases hflm wsrmitur iw ndnsMtkaa.:.. ? [ fioiaj, these will be found to be superior to any now in use. For nle by may 21 tf CHARLES 8TOTT. Drag Apoth corner 7th Sl Pa av. CHAUNCEY WARRINER baa raeantly added . to hia faoilitiea for manufacturing parte o Watchaa that may be required, by inatrumanta for that purpose; and having obtained knowledge of Watch Repairing by practice in Boeton, New York, Philadelphia and elsewhere, will be able to attend to whatever may be offered in thia department of mechanics. Chronometer, Duplex, Lever, Lepine, and Repeatiog Watchaa, accurately repaired; alao, Common Watchaa and Mantel and Eight-day Clocks put in order, north aide Pennsylvania avenue, between Foun-and-edialf and Sixth etreeta, on the corner of the alley eaat ot Coleman'a Hotel, aign of the Watah with Guesd-Key and Chain and Models representing the exterior of a self-registering Meteorological Observatory, The above location is in part occupied by STEPHEN' EDDY, who deals in the A merican manufactured Patent improved Perifocal Spectacle Lena, an instrument evidently destined to supersede all other aid to the human vision; judging from testimonials of their superior properties over ether lens, it will only be neeeeeary to refer to observation and facts to astabtiah for them a far higher character for usefulness than has hitherto been attained by the efforts of art s-d science. S. Eddy alao deals in Jawely, fine Watches, Silver Ware, Biown'e and other Gold fens. The pabiic are respectfully invited to call, particularly those afflicted with defective eight;?nothing so desirable as iu preservation and Improvement;?a little attention in tile selection of glasses trill accomplish the one, in some inotanoe both. It is highly important to asa clearly. CHEAP BOOKS. A VARIETY OF SECOND-HAND BOOKS for aide on very low terms, at the Fountain muonaturvf uo?i iuo MlifOtQ U6pOI, may 18 tf ADAMS & CO.'S EXPRESS? REMOVAL. ' 4 DAMS tt CO. take this method of informing A the public, that they have removed their OKetCE from their former place ol Business, Elliott's ituildings, to the large and convenient Btore-room, three leen ldhe OadaWi Hotel, Penn. avenue, anil a few doors below the Railroad Depot, where they are now more fully prepared to receive and forward all descriptions of packages to the following places: Boston, Richmond, Cincinnati, Now York, Petersburg, Louisville,, Philadelphia, Pittsburg, Ht. Louis, Baltimore, Wheeling, &c.&c.&.u. Adams A Co. will also forward specie and other valuables, and Collect Drafts, Notes, Ac., on all the above places at reasonable rates. O. S. McELFRESH, . may 27?eo9m Agent. FRESH GROCERIES. ~ mHB SUBSCRIBER is now reoaiviug an I additional supply of groceries comprising Punch Tees, Coffee of various kinds New Orleans, Porto Rico, end St. Croix sugars Do do do molas>.es Huger house sirup end molasses Fresh spices, ground end ung round 8perm, edementiae, end mould candles Tomato sauce, catsups, anchovies, dec. Barditw* and Curry powders Harasperilla sirup, bney soap Military shaving map, Ac. Orange onunty butler 100 sugar cured hems wrapMotrtMnUkni T? Jb2?M! rf 'V anJ i o Wtuco tM inviiM aM,,lUoo Si jf OLM f S, J"- '?-??? 7th almL WOW* * OOWWAY, Ctbinet nn.1 I'h.ir MMfhcturera, en E, between 10th end 1"? july S4 ? ? "