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Vol. I. WASHINGTON: SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 30, 1849. . J2& No. 16.
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I, THE REPUBLIC.
I A. C. HHUJTT A JOHN O. NAKCiUNT.
H rUBUBMKU BY
I GIDEON St Co
1 TERMS OF THE DAILY' AND TR1 W KEKLY.
I Foi the Daily paper, per annum . . . $10 00
1 Fo? thi' Tri-weekly, " ti 00
1 F6r three copies oi the Tri-weekly . . 16 00
;? TERMS OF THE WEEKLY,
i Single subscription for one year . . . $ 2 00
' I Six copies, for oue year 10 00
M > Six*'en copies, for one year 90 00
I Twenty-five copies, for oue year, (when
I ordered at one and the same time) . . 26 00
I No paper will be sent until the money is received.
I llnrlc IJinrrtisfnirtits
FANCY DRY GOODS.
? SINKS'. SILKS'.! SILKS'.!!
HO WEN & McNAMKK,
16 and 18 William street,
lv new vokk,
WILL receivei on or about the middle of July,
their full assortment of
Preneli, India, Italian, German and English
SILK AND FANCY GOODS,
adXpted every section of trade, North, East,
South or West; and it is believed that, in regard
to variety, extent, or rickneaa, their stock will not be
surpassed by that of any similar establishment in
the country. No pains will be spared to present
the neweet and most faahionable styles of goods
brought to this market. They will receive by the
various packets and steamers, of their own importation,
a great variety of dress goods, of entirely new
designs, ordered expressly for their beat trade, to
which they would invite the special sito'itkm of
merchants from cities and the larger tow iu.
Their stock will consist in part of the following:
Rich figured, changeable, brocade, small plaids
and stripes, satfn de Cnine, plain twilled, rich Foulard,
Italian, Gros dc Rhine, &c.
MUSLIN DE LAINES.
Sui>er Paris designs, very rich and high colored,
on crimson, green, and blue grounds, the styles of
which, it is believed, will be superior to any heretofore
Ne plus ultra styles, with the richest colorings,
and in great variety. These goods, or the designs,
. y will be obtained from the great French "Exposition,"
in Paris, and from original designs furnished
French, German and English manufacture?a
large proportion, ordered expressly by us for the best
trade, consisting of every variety of color, offered
at reduced prices.
An extensive variety of the newest and richest
styles, embracing one of the most desirable assortments
ever offered in this market.
Best manufacture, ordered expressly for us, with
entirely new' fastenings.
Plain Muslin de Laincs, Italian Cravats,
High colored do. French Crapes,
French Broche Shawls, Pongee Handkerchiefs,
Plaid Long do. Laces and White Goods,
Thibet Wool do. Canton Goods,
Plain Cashmere do. Italian Sewings,
| / Printed do. do. Oil Silks,
Canton Crape do. Taffeta & Satin Ribbons,
French Table Covers, Silk Hosiery,
French Piano Covers, Frch. & Eng. Ginghams,
L , Dress Hdkfs. & Cravats, Black & Colored Velvets,
French Suspenders, Satin Veatings,
Bombazines & Alpaccas, Linen Cambric H4)cfa->
iriMii laueus, | i^ress inmimngs, etc.
Account books. stationery, paper,
Ac*?The subscriber beg* leave to call attention
to his very full anil well selected stock of Blank
Books, Stationery, Sic., comprising every article
required for the Bank,' Insurance Company, or
Account Books of every pattern and style, and
warranted equal, if not superior, to any made.
Writing Papers of every description, including
letter, cap, and ledger papers, both wove and laid,
of foreign and domestic manufacture, at mill prices.
Note Paper and Envelopes, tx>th plain and fancy?
a large assortment.
Wrapping Papers?straw, palm leaf, tea, Manilla,
Copying Presses, of various styles and patterns.
Caras, Printers', ivory surface and enamelled.
I 4 ' Playing Cards of the usual varieties.
Ink, Writing and Copying, of various colors.
Sealing Wax and Wafers?a large assortment.
Steel and Gold Pens and Quills?a great variety.
Slate*?hard and aoft wood frame Bchool, log and
c.ouniing-bouse slatea; also, every variety of porce.
lain, transparent and paper slates.
For sale oy GEORGE. F. NESBITT,
k I Stationer It Printer, cor. of Wall It Water sts.
J J una 1#?tf
| JEWELRY, Ate.
TIFFANY, YOUNG & ELLIS,
No. 211 Broadway. N. Y..
( (iurner of Chamber* ttreet, oppotite the Park,)
I1MPOBTEBA OF THE
* Variout Fancy Manufacture* qf
England, France, Germany, Italy, Swltzer
land and China,
JEW ELRY, WATCHES, CLOCKS, &c?
Heg leave retrpectfully to observe?
THAT their importation* and variety an- larger
than those of any other house in the trade;
That their guods are gll made specially to order,
or selected with much care by one of their firm resident
That their purchases are made with cash, under
every facility of experience and perfected arrangements,
in the principal markets, and with the heat
' That the extent of their sales, wjiilc it enables
them to buy in sufficient quantities to secure material
advantages in price, enables tbein also to sell
at a smaller advance than would be practicable for
others, und insures a fresh and desirable stock;
So that they feel perfectly confident they offer a
larger, richer, and more desirable selection than can
be had elsewhere in the United States, and at lower
- To our JEWELRY DEPARTMENT we wish to
call particular attention, and we invite all who may
feel an interest on the subject, either as purchaser* or
connoisseurs, to assure themselves, by an inspection
of our stock and prices, of tlie propriety or arrogance
(as the rase may be.) of our assertions:
1st. That we have by far the largest, its well as
most elegant, collection of English, French, German
and Swiss Jewelry, ever offered tor sale, in the
'2d. That we, have the largest collection of Diamonds,
Pearls, Rubies, Emeralds, Turquoise, Opals,
Sapphires, Stone and Shell Cameos, Corals, Eriam
els, and various "m/ilrrifl" for the manufacture of
3d. That we have in our employ a skilful designer
and several workmen from one of the most fashionable
ami extensive establishment* in Paria, and are
prepared to make the moat elaborate and difficult
. piccea, in a atyle, quality and finiah, equal to any
manufactory in the world.
( tol/tlogw of f/?e/?d and fYmry Article*.
Inlaid Eront and Rokiwoop Desks,
Dressing and Toilet Cases, Work Boxes, Ac.,
Clocks, Orna ments ro*TH* M antei. suite, Ac.
French, Dresden, and India Porcelain,
? Bohemian Glass,
Bronze, Abtibti<ji>b. and Berlin Iron,
Paper, Envelopes, and Fanct Btationery,
Pervvmerv, and Articles por the Toilet,
Papier Mache Ooona, Chinese Goons, Indian
Opera (^lasses. Fane, Paintinob,
? Ba dal Presents, PoRTroi.toa,
ITmrrellab. Whips, Combs, Games, Brushes,
Purchasers are reapertftiHy informed that every
article lias its price marked"in plain figures, from
which not the slightest deduction will be made under
any consideration whatever.
T. V. A E. desire to assure strangers and others
that a visit and inspection of their establishment
does not impose the slightest obligation to make
i " purchases. June IS?St
Proposals for American Water-rotted
Bureau of Construction, Equipment, and Repair.
March 1, 1849.
UNDER the joint resolution of Congress, approved
May 9, 1848, entitled a "Resolution
respecting contracts for hemp for the use of the
American navy," sealed proposals will be received
at this bureau, or the United States hemp agencies
at Louisville, Kentucky, or St. Louis, Missouri,
(to be fowarded by them unopened to this bureau,)
for delivering under contract, at either of the said
hemp agencies, for a term not exceeding five years,
the best quality qf American Water-rotted hemp, in
quantities of five tons and upwards, the ton to consist
of 2,240 pounds. No bid will be considered at
a higher rate titan two hundred and forty-one dollars
per ton. The proposals to be opened on the
6th of August next. The department will then determine
whether the contracts shall be awarded.
No delivery will be required sooner than the 1st
day of January, 18^1).
The said hemp must be equal in quality to the
best foreign hemp; and in alt cases of equality of
bid, the contract will be given to the hemp grower.
The quantity required annually will be about 500
The said hemp must be thoroughly dressed,
cleaned, free from shives, and must not lose more
than sixteen per cent, of tow and waste when
hutchelled to the satisfaction of the inspectors ready
for spinning. Its strength must be such that a rope
of one and uiree-fourths of an iheh in circumference,
made from twentv-nne varns. as nretared and test
ed by ihe inspectors, or by their direction, will bear
at leuat 4,200 pounds, and its length, color, and other
properties must be entirely satisfactory to the inspectors,
or the chief of this bureau, or it will not
be received; it will be inspected and tested at the
respective places of delivery.
The respective United States hemp agents to certify
bills for the hemp which may [lass inspection
and be received by them, according to the contracts
which may be entered iijto; ninety per cent, of
which bills to be payable within thirty days after
their presentation to such navy agents as may be
agreed upon and named it: the contracts.
Persons offering must state the price, in words
and figures, (clearly and legibly,) asked per ton of
2,240 pounds, when delivered, inspected, tested,
approved, and received by the said hemp ugent, and
payable, us above specified.
Every offer must be accompanied, us directed in
the act of Congress making appropriations for the
naval service, approved 10th August, 1846, by a
written guaranty, signed by one or more responsible
persons, (to be certified by some official personage,)
to the effect that he or they undertake that
the bidder or bidders will, if his or their bid be accepted,
enter into an obligation within fifteen days
after the contrast is submitted for signature, with
good and sufficient sureties to furnish the supplies
proposed. No proposal will be considered unless
accompanied by such guaranty.
Bonds, with two approved sureties in one-half
the estimated amount of the respective contracts,
will be reouired, and tea per centum in addition will
be withheld from the amount of each payment to
be made, as collateral security for the due and faithful
performance of the respective contracts, which
will on no account be paid until the contracts are
complied with in all respects according to their
Offers must be made in strict conformity with the
terms of this advertisement. The persons offering
must state by ichich nary agrrU they wish their bills
paid, if their offer is accepted, and by which hemp or
navy agency they wish to have contracts and bonds
sent for their signature; and if they should not be
executed within fifteen days after they are received
by the agents, the Department will consider itself
at liberty to accept other, offers in place of those
thus neglected. June 16?lawt6thAug
K OfWJL, BOTISBr Tk? steamer COwharf,
in Baltimore, on Saturday,
March 3d, at four o'clock in the afternoon, for
Washington, Alexandria and Georgetown: and returning,
will leave Washington at 6 o'clock and
Alexandria at 7 o'clock in tne morning of the following
Wednesday. Thereafter, she will leave
Baltimore on every succeeding Saturday afternoon,
| and Washington and Alexandria on every succeed
llig weancnuay morning, ? uic iiuurn uciurc ujrutioncd,
during1 the mason.
For pasHngr and freight, apply to the Captain on
txiard, or to the several agent*: C. Worthington,
Baltimore; Mr. Riley, Wasuington; Messrs. Pi< krell,
Georgetown; and Messrs. Wheat, Alexandria.
JAMES HARPER. Captain
A report having been extensively circulated that
the ateamer Columbia had been condemned by the
Inapector of Steamboat Hull* for the port of Washington,
the annexed certificate* are publialied in
Having been called upon by you to examine U>e
hull of the steamer Columbia, whilat on the railway
in Baltimore, on the '23d ultimo, and having performer!
that dutv, I feel no hesitancy in aaying that
the hull of that boat i* in good condition, and trustworthy
for the carriage of freight and passenger*
lie t ween this place a rut Baltimore. The injury clone
to the Htcrnpost having now tieen repaired,] consider
her to be a* good a* many steamboats of five
years of age.
1 am, sir, very respectfully, your obedient servant,
Inspector of Steamboats.
Wakhinotom, February 17, 1849.
To William Gunton, Esq., President of the Washington,
Alexandria, and Georgetown Steam Packet
BaltimobS, February 20, 1H49.
We, the undersigned, shipwrights of Baltimore,
have had the steamer Columbia upon our railway,
and, at the request of the owner* and agent, have
I examined her throughout and made all necessary
] repair*. Ws now, without hesitation, pronoubre
her to be in very good order for the transportation
I of freight and passenger* between Baltimore and
i Washington. FLAN WIG AN & TRIMBLE.
J unr U? 3ta w6w
THE 81' HS<' RIBERS offer their services to perMin?
wishing hi obtain patent* in the United
States or in foreign countries, and will prepare apeI
i ifi< at ions and drawings, and take all noceaaary
steps U> secure a patent.
From their long experience aa prartieal median iea,
added to a thorough knowledge of the Pute.nt
Law and acquaintance with the (fetalis connected
with the huaineaa of the Patent Office, they truat
they will Ik- able to give satisfaction to their em pkiyera,
Ixitli in the cleariieaa and precision of their
specifications, and in Uie. nromptneaa and ability
with which they tranaact all huaineaa entrusted to
Peraotia residing at a diatance may procure all
neceaaary information, have their huaineaa transacted,
and obtain a patent, by writing to tha subscribers,
without incurring Uie expenae of a personal
attendance at Washington.
Mcalela can be aotit with perfect safety by tha expreaaes.
K< nigh sketches and description* can be aent by
For evidence of their competence and integrity,
they would reapectfully refer to all thoae for whom
they have transacted business.
Letter* mint Ik- postpaid. OfiBre on F street, opposite
Uie Patent Office. P. H. WATSON,
June 13?Imw K. S. REN WICK.
F. W. HltRliK,
ATTORNEY at Law and Atfvnt for Clniu>*
?jrniint the Unit#*! Ntat? *. Office on Pcnnaylvania
avenue, near I6tli atreet, Washington,
MARTIN A WRIGHT, ^
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants,
ihinth sti s st,
john martin. snwaan a. waiGRT.
W T PORTER.
House, Sl?n, and Ornamental Painter,
cnansn 6th *takbt and kkn. avenue, vr rrAiaa,
Directly oppotiU the National HoM,
I June 13?1 y
FOR JULY, 1849
J. W. MAURY & CO., MANAGERS.
20 PRIZES OF $4,000 arc $80,000!
VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY,
For the benefit of Monongalia Academy,
Class No. 84, for 1849.
To be drawn at Alexandria, Va., on Saturday, the
7th of July, 1849.
1 prize of ... $40,000
20 prizes of - - - 4,000
10 do - - 1,693
10 do .... 1,200
Tickets only $10?Halves $5? Quarters $2 60.
Certificates of packages of 26W'hole tickets $ 130 00
Do do of 25 Half do 65 00
Do do of 25 Quarter do 32 60
3 PRIZES OF $26,000 ARE $78,000!
3 prizes of $10,000 are $30,000!
30 prizes of $1,00')!
VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY,
For the benefit of Monongalia Academy,
Class No. 87, for 1849,
To be drawn at Alexandria, Va., on Saturday, the
14th of July, 1849.
1 prize of - - - #26,000
1 do - - - 26,000
1 do .... >26,000
3 prizes of - 10,000
3 do .... 6,000
3 do - - - - 3,182
30 do .... 1,000
178 do .... 500
& c. Si c. &c.
Tickets #10?Halves #6?Quarters #2 50.
Certificates of packages of 26 Whole tickets #140 00
Do do of 26 Half do 70 00
Do do of 26 Quarter do 35 00
VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY,
For the benefit of Monongalia Academy,
Class No. 90, for 1849,
To be drawn at Alexandria, Va., on Saturday, the
21st of July, 1849.
75 number lottery, 13 drawn ballots.
1 splendid prize of ... #35,000
1 prize of 18,000
1 do - - * - 10,000
1 do .... 8,000
1 do .... 5,000
1 do .... 4,000
1 do .... 2,256
20 prizes of - 1,200
>20 do .... 600
'20 do - - 400
& c. &c. & c.
Tickets #10?Halves #5?Quarters #2 50.
Certificates of packages of 25 Whole tickets # 130 00
Do do of'25 Half do 65 00
Do do of 25 Quarter do 32 60
Sixteen Dravtm Ballot*.'
VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY.
For the benefit of Monongalia Academy,
Claw) G, for 1849,
To be drawn at Alexandria, Va., on Saturday, the
28th of July, 1849.
78 number lottery?16 drawn ballota!
More prize* than blank*!
1 splendid price of - - #62,000
1 price of - - 18,000
1 - 11,000
1 do .... 8,000
1 do - - 6,000
l do - : *5Sir
1 do .... 3,000
1 do .... 2,696
10 prise* of .... 1,600
10 do - - - - 1,100
10 do - 600
Ticket* #15?Halve* #7 60?Quarter* #3 76
Eighth* #1 874.
Certificate* of package* of 26 Whole ticket* #170 00
Do do of 26 Half do 86 00
Do , do of 26 Quarter do 42 60
Do do of 26 Eighth do 21 26
Order* for Ticket* and Sltare* and Certificatea of
Package* in the above Splendid Lotterie* will reccivo
the moat prompt attention, and an official account
of each drawing sent, immediately after it i*
over, to all who order from u?.
Addre** J. it C. MAURY, Agent*,
June 14 Alexandria, Va.
Notice to holder? of claimt againnt Mexico, provided
for by the fifth article of the unratified convention qf
November 20, 1843.
rTMlE Board of Commi?*ioner* to adjtiat claim*
A again*t Mexico, appointed under act of Con
grass of 3<1 March, 1 nave adopted uie following
order, to wit:
" It appearing to th? Board that memorial in
nevrral of the cases provided for in Ulc fifth article
of the unratified convention of November 20, 1H43,
between tlie govornment of the United State* and of
Mexico, to wit, claim* which were considered by
the commissioner* under the treaty of 11th April,
1K39, and referred to the umpire, and which were
not decided by him, have not been filed agreeably
to the order* heretofore established, and it buing
represented that further time is necessary, therefore
"Ordered, That tin- time for filing such memorial*
he extended to the firit Monday of Novrmbrr next;
and all memorials and arguments relating to aaid
claim* are required to be filed on or beTore said
Office or said Commission,
Washington, June 7, |H49.
WM. CAREY JONES, Secretary,
Juns 14?dlOt *
P. II. HOOK A t O..
Pa. Avenue, between 7th and Nth streets.
HAVE now in slmrr and arc constantly receiving
from manufacturer* and importer* additirwis
to the billowing description of goods, vit:
Houae furnishing articles of every variety, such
as Carpetings, Rugs, Floor Oil Clotlis, Canton and
Spanish Mattings, Curtain Materials and Fixtures,
Lare Curtains. Embroidered Muslin Curtain*, Marseille*
Counterpanes, Furniture Cliititx, Linen Sheetings,
Pillow UMa Linen*, Towellings, Table Da
Table i;ioUia, 1 >?iii.i-k .Napkin*. mm* Eye,
Scotch and Ruaaia Diaper*, Cloth, Wonnd, and
Cotton T??ble and Piano Cover*, kc., he.
IX LADIES' WEAR, FANCY GOODS, he..
ami India Hilkn of tile Inteat atyle*
Him k Groa de Rhine* and Satin de Chine for veal
French Barege*, Tiaatire*, and Grenadine*
French, Scotch, and American b? n* and Ging
Plaid, Striped and Plain Swiaa Minims
later Capv*. French worked Collar* and Cnffc
Splendidly Embroidered and Plain Canton Crape
Needla worked ami Bordered Shear Ijawti Handkerchicfit
Silk, Cotton and Raw Silk Hoaiery of every de- I
Kid. Silk and Lille Thread Glovea, of every de- j
Black Not Mit-?, Thread Ibarra, iii n k isillt i,.n < ?
Bobbin Edging*, Ite., Ate.
IN GENTLEMEN*8 WEAR. WK NAMBFrench,
English, and Ahierican Cloth* of every
color, from the mod celebrated maker*
French Doeskin* and Caaaimere* of Um finest
Silk, Satin, and Marseille* Vo*tin|r*, a great *
Morino^indCotton Under Vest* and Draw er*
Silk and Linen Cambric Handkerchief*, fancy
Linen Shirting* and Drawer*, Lirtena, Ate.
Together with a complete aaaortment of good* of
e.very dear ription in our line, to which we in vita the
attention of pwrrhnnera before purchasing elaewhere,
a* inducement* will be offered.
P H. HOOE It Co.
i June 13 [Union
$"cto JJork ^Urt)crti8cmcnts.
NEW YORK FOREIGN EXPRESS AGENCY.
LIVIHUflTON, WEILS * CO.,
No. lO Wall at., Mow York,
HAVE agencies in Paria, Havre, Bordeaux, Liverpool,
Loudon, Southampton, Glasgow, and
tile Principal Cities of Great Britain; also atBremen,
and the chief Towns in German J, and attend to
any kind of com missions to be executed there.
Goods bought by them tootder, in any amounts,
large or small, whether for sale- <g personal use.
Books, Furniture, Chiha, Wines, Luuuaue,
Specie, Clothing, Paintings, Statuary, Works
or Art, &c., received at the various Agencies,
cleared at the Foreign Custom-bouses, passed at the
New York and Boston Custom-houses, and forwarded
by express to any part of the United States.
Letters and Newspapers forwarded.
Travellers visiting Europe introduced at the
various Agencies, and assisted in the transaction of
their foreign Dusiness, the forwarding of their luggage,
and transmission of funds.
Orders of all kinds attended toand filled in Paris,
ijy au aiA uinpimiau auu cxpci icuucu Aiucnueui rc*
sident there. June 13?6td&law6w
CAUFORSLi EXPRKM flAV > & LIVINGSTON
have established themselves as a
Commission and Express Forwarding Home, at Sati
Francisco, and in connection with Zacharison &
Nelson, at Panama.
S.LEA,atChagres,and LIVINGSTON, WELLS
& CO., 10 Wail street, New York, will receive
and forward goods, in parcels not exceeding 100
lbs. each, and of 30 by 20 inches square, will receipt
for the same through between New York and San
Francisco. Specie and gold ore forwarded with despatch.
LIVINGSTON, WELLS & CO.,
June 13?6tdlaw6w 10 Wall at., N. Y.
LIVINGSTON, WELlii & Co.. FOREIGN EXPRESS
THE undersigned have Express Agencies established
at Paris, No. 8 Place de la Bourse; at
London, No. 7 Fen Court, Fenchurch street; at
Liverpool, No. 9 Fen wick street; and also at Southampton,
Hamburgh, Bremen, Havre, Marseilles,
Lyons, Rome, Genoa, Florence, San Francisco,
Panama, and Chagres, and will carry to and receive
from all those places specie, packages, books,
papers, letters, ana merchandise generally, and
execute all orders that may be entrusted to their
care. LIVINGSTON, WELLS & CO.,
10 Wall street, New York.
AMERICAN SHIPPING di GENERAL COMMISSION
Livingston, wells & co., 7 Pen court,
Fenchurch street, London, will receive at their
offices Goods, Parcels and Specie, and forward the
saine by British and American steamers, via Liver
pool and Southampton, and first class American
liners from this port, through their House, 10 Wall
street, New York, to all parts of the United States
Drafts collected with care, and at moderate rates.
Monthly and all other Publications, and Sample
Parcels of every description, sent by our Express
Orders received for American produce, and advances
made on consignments.
Books, periodicals and newspapers purchased on
commission for the trade and public institutions in
the United States.
London Express Agency.
JAMES McNICOL, Director.
LIVINGSTON. WELLS Si CIE., A PARIS.
8 PLACE DE LA BOURSE. i
Office pour la rfception et expedition d? toutes
tortesde Merchandises pur les ETATS?UN1S, le
CANADA, le MEXIQ.UE, et lea ANTILLES,
soit par le Havre du I'Angleterre.
Lea voyageur* trouverout a ce bureau la liste de
tous les navirea en charge au Havre, ainsi que tous
lea renseignement* uules pour entreprendre un
voyage d'outre-mer. Les exporteurs seront mis
?ui courant du march# Americain. Lbs MARCHANDISE6
consignees recevroot toute 1 'attention
desirable el les expeditions seront faitesavec
Reoouvrements dVffota et reclamations.
Traites sur NEW-YORK i vendra.
Cabinelde lecture et journatix Amdricains (gratis )
JOHN CAUCHOI8, Agent.
Chez MM HOTTINGER & Cie.,
June 13?6td&law6w. Banquiers & Paris.
SANDERSON'S COLLEGE HOTEL.
No. 28 Muaaxv sr., Nxw York.
rpHIS new and conveniently arranged Hotel, ex
X prresdy adapted lor Um accommodation ol lamilies,
situated within a hundred yarda of Broadway
and the Park, in the College Ground*, and furnished
in the moat elegant and rtcKtrchr atyle, with all
the modern improvement*, (Hot and Goad Hatha,
Water Cluseta, kc., kc., on every floor, ia now
ready for the reception of tranaient visiter*.
SELLING OFF.- B&ig desirous of reducing our
stock of Summer good*, wc have determined
from tliia day forward to offer all good* the demand
for which ceasi* with the season, without regard to
coat. Our itoek ia now large and very complete,
and well worthy the attention of purchaser*. We
name in part?
' 2,000 yarda French Lawns, fast color*,at 181 cent*
3,000 do fine do do from 16 to 25
1,000 do black and white French Gingham, at
2,000 do colored and white French Gingham,
from 121 to 25
200 piece* French Bervge and Grenadine, all
colors, among thern' several plain
green, 25 to 60
SO do plain black and satin-striped Bereges,
25 to 50
20 do checked and striped India Silks, very
10 do Idac k Foulard Silk,ahautiful article
50 do Linen'Lustres, all colors, at 25
30 do whih'and colored embroidered Muslin,
150 do cheeked and striped Cambrics, from
12) t>> 26
200 do plain Cambrics and Jaconet*, from
12) to 25
200 do Nainsook and 8wia? Muslins, from
20 to 60
25 do India or Swiss Hook, two yards wide,
a beautiful article for summer dresses
10,000 yards fine Prints, all cokfos and styles, from
from 6J to 121, warranted fast, togrther with a large
assortment of Hosiery, nkiin open - worked and embroidered
Kid, Hilk.ainf Thread Gloves, Linen cambric
Handkerchiefs. Lace Capes, 8wisa and Cambric
r^ifTing Aim iiirMTLinK ? i nrnm mmK,nK? ? ??* *
Lace, Parftanl*, Fans. Ice., MdN h great variety of
other artielea tuo numrroua to metition.
We earnestly request nil persona in want of Dry
Gnoda to give tin a rail before pun-louring elsewhere,
aa we are coliAdent of hoing able to aavc them from
ten to twenty per rent, on their bills.
YF.RBY k BROTHER.
No. h Market Spare, bet. 7th an<l *th at*.
June 13?3 trod
WHfTF, \ N I> I?K AH HKW KK. FINK MOI.K
SKIN BLACK HATS, and every variety of
1 have now on hand a large stuck of Ane Hat* and
Cap*, whirh I will aell on accommodating term*.
Also an nmsirtmotit of I'tnbrella*.
F MATTINGLY, 7th atreet,
June 13?3t afaoaro.Odd Fellow*' Hall.
' MIE aubecriber i* now receiving <laily the Aneat
J. Oyatera and Fiah, which he will be happy to serve
in the l>e?t style and on reaaonable terms.
Boarder* taken by the week or
The Frederick and Marlborough stage* leave thi*
house every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.
P A D? 8AULES,
Agent, Penn. avenue, opposite National Hotel.
(4KORHR NAt'KAY. Attorney.
ft.ate or FLoaina,^
w ILL attend to all kinds of business before Con
T e Jf''"" inn mic i.rr[mi uiirnw
Hon. B. C. Ca?kll, Florida;
?? R. Toomm, ??orgi*!
? H. W Hiluabd. Alabama;
?? A. Birt, South Carolina;
? R. (J. Wiwthbop. MaaBarhuarttA;
< C. B. Smith. Indiana;
" R. L. Ro??. Nm York;
" John Yowno, New York.
Pension and Bounty Land Agency,
Office removed to \&lh street, opposite the Treasury
GEORGE M. PHILLIPS, Notary Public, Commissioncr
of DeetU, and formerly of the Treasury
Department, attends to the prosecution and
collation of Claims before Congress uhd the several
Executive Departments of lite Government. His
attention is more particularly directed to the presentation
and prosecution of CLAIMS FOR PENSIONS,
Revolutionary, Invalid, Navy, Half-pay or Widow's;
Pre-emption and other Land Claims;
Revolutionary Services?for Commutation, Halfpay,
or Bounty Lands;
Bounty Lands and Pensions for services in the late
War with Mexico;
Contracts with the different Departments for Supplies,
Settlement of the accounts of disbursing' and other
officers of tile Government;
Collection of unclaimed dividends on the funded
debt of the United States.
Being in possession of a large number of Rolls of
the Army of the Revolution, he is enabled to produce
the "proqf of service" of a large proportion of those
engaged in that struggle, and for which they or
their widows are entitled to pensions from the
As Notary Public, the undersitrned is prepared to
furnish legalized copies of Documents or Records.
Charges will be moderate, varying according to
the nature of tlie business transacted. Letters, to
receive attention, should be postage paid, and may
be addressed GEORGE M. PHILLIPS,
Box No. 52, Washington city.
He has the pleasure of referring claimants and
others to the following gentlemen:
Maj. Gen. Winfield Scott, U. S. Army.
Brig. General Nathan Tow son, Paymaster General
U. S. A.
" " George Gibson, Commissary General
U. S. A.
Hon. A. K. Paris, Second Comptroller of the Treasury.
" Walter Forward, late Secretary of the Treasury.
" Simon Cameron, United States Senate.
" Patrick G. Goode, Sidney, Ohio.
" Alexander Harper, Zanesville, Ohio.
" Willis Green, Green, Kentucky.
" Garrett Davis, Paris, "
" Bailie Peyton, New Orleans.
" John W. Davis, Speaker of the House of Reps.
" James G. Hampton, New Jersey.
" R. W. Thompson, Terre Haute, Indiana.
" E. M. Huntington, Indiana.
" E<!mund Deberry, Lawrenceville, N. C.
" D. S. KaufTmau, Texas.
" M. P. Gentry, Tennessee.
" Andrew Stewart, Pennsylvania.
" James lrvin, "
" Richard Brodhead, "
" Truman Smith, Litchfield, Connecticut.
" S. F. Vinton. Ohio.
" B. G. Thiboneaux, Louisiana.
" Calvin Blythe, Philadelphia.
" Wni. B. Reed, "
" C. B. Smith, Indiana.
" Jushuu A. Spencer, Utica, New Vork.
" Roliert Smith, Alton, Illinois.
" William Sawyer, Oliio.
Messrs. Gales & Seaton, Washing-ton city.
Joseph H. Bradley, Esq.," "
Rev. W in. McLam, "
" Wm. T. Sprole, West Point.
" Jaim-s Knox, New York.
" James G. Hanmer, Baltimore.
Messrs. A. E. Sangston & Co., Baltimore.
D. Leche & Son, Baltimore.
Dr. W. L. Atlee, Philadelphia.
Rev. GeorgeDuffirId, Detroit.
Bishop MrXIoekrey "
Rev. J. P. Durb'ii, D. D., Philadelphia.
S. Brady, Ehm Wheeling, Virginia.
A.M. Phillips & Son, " "
Rev. E. H. Cumpstou, Lynchburg, Va.
Rev. Richard Craighead, Mcadvule, Penn.
J. D. Defrees, Esq., Indianapolis.
To the Public.
? 1 WOODW^tO i wpnrfsllj isntw tin
V tion of his old customers and the public generally,
to his large and well selected stock of Hardware,
Fancy Goods, lie. I have just received a
splendid assortment of Bathing Tuns, lie., as follows:
Hip Baths, Zinc and Tin, Boston Baths,
Large Bathing Tuhe with heaters, Hand Shower
Baths, Niagara Jet Shower Baths, lie., &c.
1 have also just received a lot of very fine Refrigerators,
Ice Cream Freezers, Water Coolers. Clocks,
Buckets, Bird Cages, Britannia-Water Pitchers,
Basket Carriages and Cliairs, Rocking Horses and
Propellers, Iron and Brick Furnaces of all kinds
and sizes, and a great variety of House Furnishing
Articles, Safes, and every other article usually
found in the Hardware Line.
And in ease you should forget, I will just say that
I I in ve a lew more Sloven and Unites ol the same
sort left, and ahull continue to keep them on h&nd
Thankful for post patronage, I ahall be happy to
wait upon and allow my goods to any one who will
favor me with a call. Hav ing- bought goods very
low, I um determined to sell as low or lower than
can be bought in the city elsewhere.
Pa. Av.t between lOtli and 11th streets.
J une 1 &?6tcOd
A Hpsntih llrwipaprr printed In New York.
11HIS valuable paper is haiulsoiuely printed twice
a week on a large double royal sheet, in the
quarto form, in the most approved modern Spanish
orthography, and, having reached the ninth month
of its publication, may be said to he placed on a durable
nasi*. It is ably conducted by Senor A. X.
San M ahtin, and employs a regular correspondent
at the Court of Madrid, beside* having correspondents
in all the countries of Spanish America.
Officers of the American Government. Diplomatic
Representatives, and others, will find the Ortmitm
a valuable compendium of Spanish and Spanish
American news, politics, and interests. It is aent
hy mail, postage frte, (the postage bring pre-paid
by the editor without cost to the subscribers,) to all
parts of the United States at the following rates, tnvaruMy
For one year $10 00
For si* months 5 50
For three months - - - - 2 75
Persons wishing to subscribe will apply to
Smith's Row, Eleventh street, near F.
OLD London Bridge An historical novel, by
C. H. Rod well.
GRACE DUDLEY. OR ARNOLD AT SARA
T(X?A, by Clias. J. Peterson.
OLD JUDGE. OR LIFE IN A COLONY, by the
Author of Said Slick.
MR* ELMS' HOUSEKEEPING MADE EA8^
CHOLERA, it* Nature, Symptom*, and Treatment,
compiled from the pageaol the "London Lnn
Thin 'lay received; for *alc at
TAYLOR k MA tTRV'S
Hooketore, near 9th ttreet.
STEVENS' GREAT HAT ANDGENTLEMKN'S
OUTFITTING ESTABLISHMENT, i* well
supplied with White Rocky Mountain Beaver Hat*,
(without mixture,) Blue "Napped and Plain Blue
and White and Black Hata, of great olep-ance and
atyle, in fintaliand shape. Alaoa full and complete
aaaortment of Gentlemen'* Wardrobe and Toilet
good*, via: "Yoke Neck" Shirt*, Under Shirt*, and
Drawer*, in Silk. Merino, Cotton, and Gauc, in
great variety, and at low price* for first auality
good*. Also h few very superior Hnmni<? **, for
tnoae who intend visiting watering place*. All ol
which will be told at fair price* for caah.
M H STEVENS
Great Hat and Gent*. Outfitting E*tahli*hmeut,
No. I, Brown'* Hotel.
June IS- -6tif
f 10NTTN1 ES ti> offer hi- service* Professor
V; and Translator of the FRENCH, SPANISH,
ITALIAN and LATIN lanff'iia.gr*. Rong-h pronunciation
noon improve, and had pronunciation certainly
corrected, under hie instruction.
Leaaon* are (riven in achoola and private families
on very moderate term*; and lad iea who ain^r Italian,
French or Spanish song*. should aend soon for hiiri
if deairinsr hla servicea
Residence, Mr. Fugitt's, Indiana avenue, near
City Hall June 16? ly
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK
A TRIUMPHANT NUMBER.
Another instance that the Lady's Book does nut
recede, but advances. Not like its contemporaries
who gave 80 and 84 pages in January and February,
and now reduced to 64 and 60. They also
promised Colored Fashion Plates, and substitute
THE GREATEST NUMBER YET ISSUED!
0O> Afore Page* qf Heading than January, and more
SOMETHING NOVEL! *
An entirely New Cover.?A Line Engraving.
Some idea may be formed of the beauty of this
Number, from the following notice of its embellishments
A Steel Engraving on the Cover?Lady, Horse,
[and Servant, engruved by Neagle.
The First Parting?a beautiful Mezzotint,
Returned from his Travels, " " Dy Welch.
A Beautiful Colored Summer Fashion Plate,
Areherv?an eneravinir on wood. bv Keilv.
A Cottage Plate?printed in two colors,
[by Wagner & McGuigan.
Music?two pages?original, and composed
[for the Book, by Cramer.
Great Hall at Mount Vernon, engraved by Frost.
The Pic Nic Party by Croomc.
Front elevation of W. H. Gatzmer's Cottage,
Ground Plan of " " " Frost.
Each of the above occupy one full page?making
11 in all.
Entirely New Set of Wood Engraving*.
The Cage Birds of America?two beautiful designs,
showing the perfectibn to which the art of
wood engraving has been brought.
'Hie Monthly Bonnet for July.
Patterns for Bruiding, prepared expressly for the
Lady 'a Book.
Let any other Magazine shmv a li?t of contributor*
like the following.
Mrs. E. F. Ellet, Miss Leslie, Grace Greenwood,
Kate Hall, Mrs. J. C. Neal, Miss A. C. Twiggs,
Mrs. A. M. F. Annan, Mrs. S. A. Lewis, Anna C.
Austin, Miss Alice Carey, Mrs. S. J. Hale, Mrs. M.
H. T. Tuckerman, Lewis J. Cist, Park Benjamin,
Wm. Alexander, J. F. Otis, Joseph A. Nuucs,
Francis Dc H. Janvier, Rev. Alonzo Potter, D. D.,
W. A. Jones, T. S. Arthur, Thomas King, Charles
Murphy, J. W. Weideineyer, J. R. Orton, Alexander
The. Julv Number contains lfi Emrravirura. 11 of
these occupying' one page each?-Two of them
Mezzotints, Two Line Engravings, and two Colored
The July Number contains 84 pages; 36 of which
The July Number contains 38 distinct articles by
In short, it may in every respect be termed
A DOUBLE NUMBER!
And the whole volume will be continued in a style
of excellence never befo.re equalled?with some improvements
which we dare not even hint at. It
ONE BLAZE OF BEAUTY THROUGHOUT.
The publisher of the Lady's Book pledges his
well earned reputation of twenty years, tnat his
work shall surpass, both in the number of pages
published, and the number, beauty, and variety of
his Engravings, any other work published in
THIS OR ANY OTHER COUNTRY.
Besides giving more matter in every Number than
<M*y si>i? I'.'^Vafinn. in audition, to those
who pay three dollars, the Lady's Dollar New?paper,
of large aiae, published twice a month. The
paper alone contains more reading than any monthly
except the Lady's Book?thus $2 subscribers
get three, publications each month, folly equal to
two magazines. This is a better premium than
the "miserable" engravings offered by others.
TERMS? CASH IN ADVANCE.
I copy of the Lady's Book, and 1 copy of the
Lady's Dollar Newspaper, one y?-ar ... $3
2 copies, without the paper, one year ... 5
3 " " ' " one year ... 6
5 ? " " " otic year, ami a
copy to the person sending the club . . 10 |
II copies without the paper, one year, and a
copy to the person sending the club ... 20
6 months' subscription without the paper . . 1
This iticomparabie single number for . . 26 its. j
Persons winning to ootam uic L?ny???n unci
l.ady's Dollar Newspaper for ?3, must send the
money direct to the publisher,
L A. GODEY,
June 13?61. No. 113 Chcatuut St., Phila.
CIGARS ! CIGARS ! CIGARS!!!
JUST receiver), direct from Havana, the m?at superior
lot of Cigars ever offered to the ciliscii* of
Washington, consisting of the following bran<la :
600,000 of variiTO< other brands. All of which
will be sold on the most accommodating terms.
W H. WTNTER,
June 13?3tif Sign of Jim Crow, Penn. avenue.
DRY GOODS ! DRY GOODS !
HALL a CO. have this day received a large and .
well selected stork of fashionable Dry Goods, j
j which will be sold on the most reasonable terms. .
] Strangers visiting Washington will do well lo giv |
I us a call, n* we are determined to sell cheaper tha i
! aiTv otlier house in this city.
TAYLOR dt NAFRT. Booksellers, near 9th St., |
Washington City,are receiving regularly from
the publishing houses in the United .States all publications?whii
h they sell in every case at the publisher's
School Hook* qf eoery kind, iMedtcal Book*, \Jitcrl
la neon* arui fmv Book*. Juvenile Hook*, ami cheap
I.ilerature, RMe* and l*rayer Book*, plain and richly
Blank Bookaof every sise and quality. Stationery,
Slates, Copy Books, Ac June 13
FANCY DOOM, PKRFFNKRY, Cutlery, Ac.
T. BASTIANELLI a CO.,
No. 1. under Brown's Hotel.
HAVE received, by the last steamer, two < uses of
French Fancy Goods, as Portable Rosewood
Writing Desks, laulies' and Gentlemen's Dressing
Cases, fine Work Boacs, Fans, Card Cases, French
Gobi Pens, Gobi Ixs kets, Toilette Bottles, Toys,
Ac,, of superior quality, and will 1* sold low for
cash. June 13?3t
JOHN H. BUTHMANN. Pennsylvania Avenue,
south side, between 4} and 6th streets, hns received
s further supply of superior Cognac and
Pulp Rrntwiv Port Winr nnrl liimlon Hnwn Stout
Alan expected, by athooner Aelimotoh, a tew
uoore dozen of the old "Alpha" Cognac vintage of
1*16, and a few dozen of the "Q" do.
WII.MAM V. BAYLY.
Importer and Denier In Faney nnd Staple
i Prnwyhnmia Ji rrnge, brhnrm 1 Ilk atul 1 '2th .ttreel*.
THE xubHcriber devote* himself exclusively to the
Statiohery business. in ail itn branches, and in
prepared to furnish all kinds of?
Csp, letter, ledger, wrapping, note>, and fancy
Paper* and Envelope*
Cutlery, Steel Pena, Quill*
Ink, Inkstands, Portfolio*
(!6ld Pena and Pencil*, Drawing paper*, French
Tapea, Blank Books, Ac.
i He ia receiving constantly new additions to his
stock by the English a learners and packets, and will
i sell at tne very lowest prices.
Letter and Cap Paper at $ 1.36 per ream.
WILLIAM F BAYLY
.m * *
,; * 0
W jrit* / P'* . I '
' A " * .
OFFICII OF THE REPUBLIC.
NBAS PKNMVJ.VAVIA AVENUE,
WASHINGTON, P. C.
Advertisement* will be inserted ill The Republic
at the us vial rate* of the other papers published in
A deduction will he made to those who advertise
by the year.
THE TRI-WEEKLY REPUBLIC
WILL BE ISSUED BVBBY
TUEBDAV, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY.
THE WEEKLY REPUBLIC
WILL REPUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY.
THE WBBKLT REPUBLIC.
Tiiat we may commence it with the half year,
and on a propitious day, we have determined to
issue the first number of our Weekly paper on the
Fourth or July.
The Weekly Republic will contain all the most
interesting and important matter of our Daily papers.
TERMS OF THE WEEKLY REPUBLIC.
Single subscription, for one year - - J 2 00
Six cones, for one year - - - 10 00
Sixteen cones, for one year - 20 00
TWENTY-FIVE COPIES, for one year 25 00
And at the same rate for a larger number.
The Daily and TbhWeekly Republic are now
regularly published, and mailed to subscribers at
the following rates:
TERMS OF THE DAILY A TRI-WEEKLY.
For the Doily Republic, per anntup - $10 00
For the Tri-weekly, M 6 00
For three copies of the Tri-weekly,
(ordered at the same time) - 15 00
No paper will be sent unless the order is accompanied
by the money.
All communications uDon business must be ad
GIDEON & CO.
Washiwotow Citt, June 19, 1849.
JOHN M. DONN & BRO. have on band a general
assortment of house furnishing goods, embracing
almost every article used in nousekeeping,
viz: A general assortment of mahogany and painted
furniture; among the rest?
A handsome white Chamber Set, striped upth
Chairs of almost every description;
Bedsteads, Beds, Mattresses and Cote;
Wardrobes, Washstands and Clocks;
Looking Glasses, Gilt and Mahogany Frames;
Girandoles, Vases, Solar Lamps and Rail Lanterns;
Etherial Lamps, and the fixtures for altering com-.
11 ion oil lamps to burn the fluid;
Step Rods, Window Cornice Mouldin*gsand Bands;
Waiters, japanned and plated;
A generufassortment of cutand pressed Glassware;
China, Stone and Crockery Ware?a good and
Tin and Japanned Ware for chamber and kitchen
Tubs, Buckets, Boxes and Baskets, in great variety;
Hand Pumps, with chains attached, made in th
Cooking Utensils, of nearly every description;
Wood Horses and Saws, and Clothes and Towel
Basket Carriages, Patent Water Coolers;
Bird Cages, &c., fcc.
Persons turnishing will find the most extensive
assortment of goods at our Store, and, without reflection
upon others, as CHEAP as at any other establishment,
here or elsewhere, when all things are
J. M. DONN <t BRO.,
Next door to Dyer's auction,
Between 10th and 11th sta., Pa. av.
Dry Goods! Dry Goods!! Dry Goods! I!
rrfWELVE THOU8AND DOLLARS' WORTH
X OF FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS, at 1
unheard of low prices.?In order to reduce our stock,
which is very large and complete, we will commence
this day to run off our entire stock of goods
at greatly reduced prices for cash. In store may be
1500 yacds new style French Bareges, from 13 to
2500 yards new style French Lawns, from 10 to
I Pt?\kervwln?-a/l Mnsliu nMSSsa sil/l Kssilft.
Rich changeable and figured Silk*, very cheap
JUeb black Groe de Bum Silk*, all width* and
Black Silk Ijm, Fringe* and Gimp*
Swiss, Book and Jaconet Muslins, plain, plaid
Black Alpaca* and Bombasine*, very rich ftninh
Gingham* and Print*, extra aheap
Hosiery and Gloves, ail kind* and qualities
Fine (horded and Grass Skirts
4000 yard* Bleached Cotton Skirting and Sheet.
ing*, 4 to 57 cent*
3000 yards j, 4-4, and 6-4 Brown Cotton, 9 to 10
Dama*k Linen Table Diaper and Cloth*, great
Scotch, Birdeye and Huckaback Diaper*
A large lot of Bonneta, Rib&nda, Parasols and
Parasolcttes, with many other good* too tedious to
mention, which will be *old extremely cheap for
each, or approved paper at short date*.
HYATT k. PRAZ1ER,
Penn. av., between 8th and 9th *t*.,
June 13 ?3teoif Opposite Centre Market.
United State* Patent Orrici, Jtmt 19, 1849.
ON the petition of Charlea Davenport, of Cam
bridgeport, Massachusetts, praying for the extension
of a patent granted to saia Davenport, for
an improvement in Draw Springs for railway carriages
for seven year* from the expiration of said
patent, which take* place on the ninth day of September,
It is ordered that the said petition be heard at the
Patent Office, on the fourth Monday in August
next, at 12 o'clock, m.; and all person* are notified
to appear and show cause, if any they have, why
said petition might not to be granted.
??_i i ?i ,ki. v.. .kiuk^i i? ,k.
i/iuriru, himi, iiini wijw iiuiuc uc pumiMicu iu uic
Republic, and Union, Waahington City, D. C.;
American, Baltimore ; North American and Gawtte,
Philadelphia ; Tribune, New York; Courant,
Hartford ; Daily Bee, Boston ; Journal, Portamoutn,
New Hampshire ; Daily A tlaa, Cincinnati; Advertiser.
Detroit ; Republic, Augusta Georgia ; once a
week for three successive week* previous to the
fourth Monday in August next.
( ommumonrr qf PaUnU.
P. 8.?Editor* of the above paper* will please
I copy, and aend their bill* to the Patent Office, with
a paper containing this notice.
June 20? lawjw ,
MEMOIR OK WILLIAM RLLKRT CHAN.
NINO, with extracts from hi* Correspondence
and Manuscript*, 3 vols., witl^iortrait.
The Work* of William E. Channing, D. D.t
with an introduction, 6 vols., complete.
TAYLOR k MAURY,
June 'JO Bookseller*, near 9th *t.
TAIN ASHARPlTHHtMAll ANATOMY.
; Vc, edited by Joseph Ixudy, M. D., 9 vols, octavo,
wiTli over five hundred illustration*.
8scoj?d Ncmiii or DAVID COPPERFIELD,
by Dickens, (Box,) this day received for sale by
TA YLOR k MAURY,
June 19 Bookseller*, near 9th *t.
NEW BOOKS AT TAYLOR A NLA CRT'S.
NARRATIVE of the U. 8. Expedition to the Dead
Sen and the River Jordan, by Lieut W. P.
i Lynch, U. 8. N., with map* and numerous illust
Ninrvah and it* Remain*, with an account of a
' visit to the Chaldean Christians of Kurdiatan, he.,
he., by A. H. Layard, Ks<|.
Uinta on Public Architecture, with view* and
plana of the 9mithsoniaii Institution, by Robt Dale
Minifie's Test Rook of Geometrical Drawing, illuatrated
with 56 steel plates nnd '200 diagrams a
Downing'* Landscape Gardening and Rural Architecture.
Five Years in China, from 1842 to 1847, by Lieut.
F. E. Forbea. R. N., 1 vol. Ixrndon.
For sale by TAYLOR A MAURY,
June 13 Booksellers, near 8th street
Awbrx on the concord and mkrri.
MACK RIVERS, by H D Thoreau. I vol.
ELEMENTS OF LITERATURE, or an introduction
to the study of Rhetoric and Belles Lettres.
by R. A. Analey, A M.
Just received. For sale at
TAYLOR It MAURY'S
Juno 16 Bookstore, near 9th street.
P. H. HOOK A CO., . 1
WJ HOLES ALE and retail dealers in Carpeting,
W Fbv>r Oil Cloths, Mattings. Rugs. Curtain
Materials, Sheeting, Blankets, and House Furnish
i in?r Goods generally.
Penn. av., between 7th and 8th streets. Washing
| ton, D. C. June 16
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