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A. C. BlfiUTT A JOHN O. SAKUJCNT.
FUVLlimO B V
GIDEON A Co.
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TERMS OF THE WEEKLY.
Single subscription for one year . . . 2 00
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Sixteen copies, for one year 20 00
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ordered at one and the same time) . . 26 00
No paper will be sent until the money is received.
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Vol. I. WASHINGTON: SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 7, 1849. No. 41.
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NfU) Hork ^Utoertisetruntfl.
FANCY DRY GOODS.
SILKS! SILKS!! SILKS!!!
BO WEN & McNAMKE,
16 and 18 William street,
WILL receive, on or about the middle of July,
their full assortment of
Freach, India, Italian, German and English
SILK AND FANCY GOODS,
ADAPTED to every section of trade, North, East,
South or West; and it is believed that, in regard
to variety, extent, or richness. their stock will not be
surpassed by that of any similar establishment in
the country. No pains will be spared to present
the newest and most fashionable styles ol goods
brought to this market. They will receive by the
various packets and steamers, af their own importation,
a great variety of dress goods, of entirely new
designs, ordered expressly tor their beet trade, to
whicn they would invite the special attention of
merchants from cities and the larger towns.
Their stock will consist in part of the following:
Rich figured, changeable, brocade, small plaids
and stripes, sutin de Chine, plain twilled, rich Foulard,
Italian, Gros de Rhine, Ac.
MUSLIN DE LAINES.
Super Paris designs, very rich and high colored,
on crimson, green, and blue grounds, the stvles of
which, it is believed, will be superior to any licreto.
ion* uiin cu.
Ne plus ultra styles, with tlie richest coloring*,
and in great variety. These goods, or the designs,
will be obtained from the great French "Expotilion,"
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 vnriety of color, offered
at redtved 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 Laines, 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,
Dress Hdkfs. k Cravats, Black k Colored Velvets,
French Suspenders, Satin Vesting*,
Bombazines k Alpaccas, Linen Cambric Hdkfs.,
Irish Linens, Dress Trimmings, kc.
June II tt
ACCOI VT BOOKS.STATIONERY, PAPER.
Ac.?The subscriber begs leave to call attention
to his very full and well selected stock of Blank
Books, Stationery, kc., 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 desc ription, including
letter, cap, and ledger papers, both wove and laid,
of foreign and domestic' manufacture, at mill prices.
Note Paper and Envelopes, both plain aud fancy?
a large awortmeut.
Wrapping Papers?straw, palm leaf, tea, Manilla,
Copying Presses, of various styles aud pattern*.
tarns, Printers', ivory surface and enamelled.
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.
Hlalea?hard and soft wood frame school, log and
counting-house slates; also, every variety of porcelain,
transparent and paper slates.
? 1 ? l- npitDiir L" vtwuiTT
For SJU4- UT uwnub r . * i ,
Stationer i Printer, cor. of Wall k Water aU.
TIFFANY, YOUNG & ELLIS,
No. 271 Broadway N. Y.,
( (ortur ('Humbert itreet, opponte the Park,)
impohtehm or the
lariow Fancy Manufactwe* of
England, France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland
JEWELRY. WATCHES, CLOCKS, he.,
Beg lean* retperl/uHy to obteroe
Til AT thi it 11 n r\i >rtj? ^ And ViiMi'tV a_ri luriTfT
than Uxar of an J other houae in the trade;
That their goods are all made specially to order,
or elected with murh care by one of their firm resident
That their purchases are made with cash, tinder
every facility of experience and perfected arrange
incuts, in the principal markets, and with the best
man ufnr turera;
That the extent of their sales, while it enables
them to buy in sufficient quantities to secure material
advantages in price, enables them also to aell
at a smaller advance than would be practicable for
others, and insures a fresh and deairabie stock;
So that they feel perfectly confident they offhr a
larger, richer. and more dtnrnbU selection than can
he I old elsewhere in the United States, and at lower
To our JEWELRY DEPARTMENT we wish to
rail parts iilar attention, and we invite all who may
feel an intenwt on the subject, either as purchasers or
connoisseurs, to assure themselves, by an inspection
of our stork and prices, of the propriety or arrogance
(as the case may be) of our asarrtiona:
1st. That we have hy far the largest, as well as
most elegant, collection of English, French. German
and Swiss Jewelry, ever offered for sale in the
I ..tfo.1 flit afoa
2d. That wc have tha largv*t collection of Dia
monda, PiurU, Rtibiea, Emeralds, Turquoise, OpaU,
Jfepphiraa, Stone and Shell Cameos, (Morals, Enam
la, and various "mattrisi" for the manufacture of
Jd. That wr have in our employ a akilful deaitjner
and several workman from on a of the moat fashion
able and e*tenaive establishments In Paris, and are
prepared to maka tha moat elaborate and difficult
pieces, in a style, quality and finish. equal to any
manufactory in tha world.
( ninU^r* of t teful and AVtney Artirl**
laum Rbowy awd Roaawoon Desk*,
IlaaaaiNo awd Toilet Caaaa, Woaa Boxes, Itc.,
('loces, t)an am swts fob tmr Mantel in suite, ac.
Piini h, Deesdrn, *nb India Porcelain,
Baov7.?. Artisviqir, a wr Rbwliw laow.
Paper, Envelopes, and Fancy Rtatiowbbv,
Perfumery, awn AaTict.aa fob the Toilet,
Papier Maths Goona, Chinese Goona, Iwoiaw
Oprba GLAaaEa, Fawb, PAIWTIWoa,
Bridal Presents, PoaTroLioa,
UmsrelIas, Whips, Combs, Games. Brushes.
Purchasers are respectfully informed that every
artirla has it* price marked in plain figures, from
which not tha slightest deduction will ha made under
any considers!fen whatever.
T. V. It E. deaira to aaaura stranrrra and otliara
that a viait and inapection of their aatabliahmant
riora not impoea the slightest ohliration to make
purrhaaea. June IS?ft
Proposal* for American Water-rotted
Bureau of Construction, Equipment, and Repair.
March 1, 1849.
[^NDER the joint resolution of Congress, ap;
proved 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 fownrded 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 than 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, 1850.
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 wsste when
hatchelled to the satisfaction of the inspectors ready
for spinning. Its strength must be such that a rope
of one and tnree-fourths of an inch in circumference,
made from twenty-one yarns, as prepared and tested
by the inspectors, or by their direction, will bear
at least 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 pass inspection
and be received by them, according to the contracts
which may be cnte redyjnto; ninety per cent, of
whicli bills to be payable "within thirty days after
their presentation to such navy agents as may be
agreed upon and named in 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,
I i i : J I .L IJ l_ A
tifipruveu, umu reccivuu uy mc suiu iiemp agent, anu
payable, up 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 contract 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
I the estimated amount of the respective contracts,
will be reauired,and ten per centum in addition will
be withheld from the amount of each payment to
be male, 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 (his advertisement. The persons offering
must state by wkick navy agent they wish their bills
paid, if their offer is accepted, and by wkick hemp or
nary 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 accent other offers in nlace of those
thus neglected. June 16? lawt6thAug
ri NOTICE?The ateamer COLl'MBlA,
Captain J a men Har
per, will leave Commerce atreet
wharf, in Baltimore, on Saturday,
March 3d, at four o'clock in lite afternoon, for
Waahington, Alexandria and Georgetown; and returning,
will leave Waahington at 6 o'clock and
Alexandria at 7 o'clock in the morning of the following
Wednesday. Thereafter, aht: will leave
Baltimore on every aucceeding Saturday afternoon,
and Waahington and Alexandria on every aurreeding
Wednesday morning, at the houra before mentioned,
during the aeaaoti.
For paaaagr and freight, apply to the Captain on
Ixiard, or to the arvcral agent*: C. W'ortnington,
Baltimore; Mr. Riley, Waahinglon; Meaara. Pi( k I
rell, Georgetown; and Meaara. Wheat, Alexandria. ,
JAMES HARPER. C-aptntn
I A report hating been extensively circulated mat ]
the sb-amer Columbia had hern condemned by the j
Inspector of bteaiiilsmt Hull* for the port of H ssh1
ington, the annexed certificate* are published in i
Having been called upon by you to examine the
hull of the a tranter Columbia! whilst on the railway
1 in Haltimore, on the 23d ultimo, and having performed
that duty, 1 feel no hesitancy in saying that
the hull of tiiat boat ia in rood condition, and trout
worthy for the carriage id" freight and passengers
between thia place and Baltimore. The injury dime
to the atrrnpwt having now been repaired, I con
aider her to ne aa goon a* many ateamboata of five
year* of age
I ain. air, verv reapectfully.your obedientaervant,
Inspector of Bteamhnata.
Washington, faftrmory 17, IH49.
To William Gunton. Esq.. President of the Washington,
Alexandria, and Georgetown Nteain Packet
HaLTIMOBB, AW)rwiry 2D, 1*49
We, the undersigned, shipwrigbta of Baltimore,
have had the atitmer Columbia upon our railway,
and, at the request of the owners and agent, have
j examined her throughout and made all necessary
repairs. W? now, without hesitation, pronoun. e
j tier to be in very good order for the transportation
of freight and passenger* between Baltimore and
Washing*. . FLANNIGAN A TRIMBLE
THE HI'BW'RIHKR# offer their services to persona
wishing to obtain patents in the United
, State* or in foreign countries, and will prepare ape'
ciflcationa and drawings, and take all necessary
^"rom their long experience u practical mechanic*,
added to a thorough knowledge of the Patent
Law and acquaintance with the <1ctaiU connected
with the buain<ar of the Patent Office, they truet
they will be able to give aatiahu lion to their employera,
bidh in the < [carncw and precMoa of their
aperificationa, and in the nrumptnaaa and ability
with which they tranaart all buaineaa animated to
P< raona reaiding at a 'balance may procure all
neceaaary information, have their buaineaa tranaarted,
and obtain a patent, by writing to the ruber
ri her*, without incurring tha expenar of a per
aonal attendance at Waahington.
Modela can he aent with perfect aafhty by tha ex
Rough aketchea and deacriptiona can be aent by
For evidence of their competence and integrity,
1 they would reapertfully refer to alt thoar for whoin
they have tranaacted buaineaa.
letter* muet he poatpaid. Office on F atreet, oppoaite
the Patent Office. P H. WATSON,
June IS? Imw F. 8 RKNWICK.
V. W. RtMtl R.
ATTORNEY at Law and Agent for Clainir
againrt the United fttatea. ffffice on Pennaylvania
avenue, near IMh atreet, Warhington.
MARTIN * WRIGHT,
Auctioneer* and Commission Merchant*
K aaMnirfim fity
I JOHK MABTie. inwAin ?. W*I?HT. !
W T PORTER
House. Sign, and Ornamental Painter.
roanra 6th arraaaT ano pink, aviivvb, vr rrata*.
fhr*rOy oppotit* Ik* Xahtmal Hotft.
June IS?1 y
FOR JULY, 1849.
J. W. MAURY & CO., MANAGERS.
20 PRIZES OF #4,000 are #80,000!
VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY,
For the benefit of Monongalia Academy,
Clans 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
Ac. Ac. Ac.
Tickets only # 10?Halves #6?Quarters #2 60.
Certificates of packages of 25 Whole tickets $ 130 00
Do do of 26 Half do 66 00
Do do of 25 Quarter do 32 50
3 PRIZES OF #26,000 ARE #78,000'
3 prizes of #10,000 are #30,000!
30 prizes of $ 1,000!
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 .... 5,000
3 do .... 3,1*2
30 do - - - - 1,000
178 do - - - 500
Tickets #10?Halves #5?Quarters #'2 50.
Certificates of packages of 26 Whole tickets# 140 00
Do do of 26 Hall' 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, V&., 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
Tickets $10?Halve* $5?Quarters $2 60.
Certificates of packages o f25 Whole tickets $130 00
Do do of 26 Half do 66 00
Do do of 25 Quarter do 32 60
Sixteen Drawn Ballotm!
VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY.
For the benefit of Monongalia Academy,
Cla#w G, for 1S49,
To be drawn at Alexandria, Va., on Saturday, the
2?th of July, 1849.
78 number lottery?16 drawn balloto!
More prixt* than blankb '
1 splendid prize of - $62,000
1 prise of 18,000
1 do .... 11,000
i Ar. u Ann
ft IIU .... o,vw
1 do .... 6,000
1 do .... 4,000
1 do .... 3,000
1 do .... >2,6%
10 prise* of .... 1,600
10 do .... 1,100
10 do .... 500
Jcr. ftcc. kc
Ticket* $16? Halve* $7 60?Quarter* $3 76
Eighth* ftl *71.
Certificate* of packages of 26 Whole tickets# 170 00
Do do of 26 Half do H6 00
Do do of 26 Quarter do 42 60
Do do of 26 Eighth do 21 26
Order* for Ticket* and Share* and Certificate* of
Package* in the above Splendid Ixtterie* will receive
the ino*t prompt attention, and an official account
of each drawing sent, immediately after it is
over, to all who order from u*.
Address J. & C. MAURY, AgmJt,
June 14 Alexandria, I 'a.
.\otiet to hohieri of rlutnu against .Mexico, provided
' for by the fifth article qf the unratified convention of
.Xovemhrr 90, 1H43.
TIIR Hoard of Commissioner* to adjust claim*
again*t Mexico, appointed under act of Con
! grew* of 2d March, 1*49. have adopted lb?i following
order, to wit:
" It appearing to th? Board Uiat memorial m
' several of the case* provided for in the fifth article I
I of the unratified convention of November 20, 1843,
between the governmentof the United 8 la tea and of ,
Mexico, to wit, claim* which were coneulcred by
the rommiarionrr* under the treaty of 11th April, j
1829, and referred to the umpire, and which were
not derided by him, have not been filed agreeably
to the order* heretofore established, and it being
represented that further time i* nee aweary, therefcwc
" OriUrnl, That the time for filing such memorial*
be >* tended to the firti Monday of Wor+mbfr nexf;
and all memorial* and argument* relating to aaid
claim* are required to be filed on or before aaid
Orrtci or aato Commission,
Washington, June 7, IK49.
WM. CARP.V JONES. Secretary.
P. H. HOOK A CO.,
Pa- A venue, between 7th and ath street*.
HAVE now in store aod are constantly receiving
from manufacturer* and importers addition*
to the following description of good*, via:
House furnishing article* of every variety, such
1 ?* Carpeting*, Rug*. Floor Oil Cloths, Canton and
tapanian matting*, t urtain inn rixturca,
I I^ace Curtain*, Embroidered Muslin Curtain*. Mar'
*rille* Counterpanes, Furniture Chuitx, Line 11 Sheet
i ing?, Pillow Case Linen*, Towelling*. Table Da
maaliH, Table Cloth*, Damask Napkin*, Bird's Eye,
Scotch and Ruaaia Diaper*, Cloth, W'orated. and
i Cotton Tahlc and Piano Cover*, Jtc., Ate.
IN LADIES' WEAR. FANCY GOODS, kr..
and India Silk* of tire latcat style*
Rlack Gnu <le Rhine* ami Satin de Chine h?r veal
French Bareges, Tiasure*, and Grenadine*
French, Scotch, and American Lawna and Girurhain*.
Plaid, Striped and Plain Rwiaa Mualin*
Lace Cape*, French worked Collar* and Cuff*
Splenduflv Embroidered and Plain Canton Crape
Needle worked and Bordered Shear Lawn Handkerchief*
Silk, Cotton and Raw Silk lh>*lery of every dear
Kid, Silk and Liale Thread Glove*, of every de?<
Black Net Mil*. Thread lj*<ea, Black Silk l^aee*
Bobbin Edging*, kc., kr.
IN GENTLEMEN'S WEAR, WE NAMEFrench,
English, and American Clotlia af every
color, from the moat celebrated maker*
French Doeskin* and Caaaimerea of the Swat
Silk, Satin, and Marseille* Veating*. * great variety
Silk, Merino,and Cotton Under Veat* and Drawer*
Silk and Linen Can brie Handkerchief*, Fancy
Linen Shirting* and Drawer*, Linen*, kc.
Together with a complete assort merit of good* of
every dmcription in our line, to which we invito the
attention of purrhaarra before purrbasing elsewhere,
aa indneementa will he offered.
P H HOOK k Co ,
June IS [Union
Nero Dork Zbrfrtifiementg.
NEW YORK FOREIGN EXPRESS AGENCY.
LIVINGSTON, WKLLN it CO.,
'No. 10 Wall at., New York,
HAVE ageucies in Paris, Havre, Bordeaux, Liverpool,
London, Southampton, Glasgow, and
the Principal Cities of Great Britain; alsoutBremen,
and the chief Towns in Germany, aud attend to
any kind of commissions to be executed there.
Goods bought by them to order, in any amounts,
large or small, whether for sale or personal use.
Books, Fcrniturk, China, Winks, Luggage,
Specie, Clothing, Paintings, Statuary, Works
of Art, he., received at the various Agencies,
cleared at the Foreign Custom-houses, 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 iutrodnced at the
various Agencies, aud assisted in the transaction of
their foreign business, the forwarding of their luggage,
and transmission of funds,
Orders of all kinds attended to and filled in Paris,
| by an accomplished and experienced American resident
there. June ft?hid jc lawtjw
C' ALIFORNIA KXPKKS8?HAVEN & LIV- j
INGSTON have established themselves as a !
j Commission and Express Forwarding House, at San j
I Francisco, and in connection with Zacharison k .
| Nelson, at Panama.
S. LEA, at Chagres, and LIVINGSTON, WELLS
& CO., 10 Wall 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
r rancisco. apecie unci goto ore lurwiuuuu wiwi ueHpaich.
LIVINGSTON, WELLS & CO.,
June 13?6tdlaw(>w 10 Wall at., N. Y.
LIVINGSTON, WELLS & Co., FOREIGN EXPRESS
THE undersigned have Express Agencies established
at Paris, No. b 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, and merchandise generally, and
execute all orders that may be entrusted to their
( arc. LIVINGSTON, WELLS k CO.,
10 Wall street, New York.
i AMERICAN SHIPPING A GENERAL COM
Livingston, wells & co., 7 />* court,
Fenchurch street, Fond on, will receive at their
offices Goods, Parcels and Specie, and forward the
same by British and American steamors, via LiverEwl
and Southampton, and first class American
ners from this port, through thrir House, 10 Wall
street, Neve York, to all parts of the United States
Drafts collected with care, and at moderate rates.
Monthly and all other Publication*, and sample
Parcel* of every description, sent by our Express
Orders received for American produce, and ad vanccs
made on consignments.
Books, periodicals and newspapers purchased on
commisakm for the trade and public institutions in
the United States.
London Express Agency.
JAMES McNICOL, IHr re tor
LIVUVG8T01V, VVKLLS A CIK., A PAKUI,
8 PLACE DE LA BOURSE.
Office pour la rfception et expedition de toutes
I sortes de Marchandises pur lea ETATS-UNIS, le
' CANADA, le MEX1Q.UE, et les ANTILLES,
' soit par le Hlvre du I'Angleterre.
Les voyageurs trouveront a ce bureau la bate de
| tous les navirea eti charge au Hivre, ainai que lous
| les renaeignemenu utiles pour entreprendre un
, voyage d'oulre-mer. Lea exportears eeroni mi*
I uu courant du marche Am&icain. Lea MAR'
CHANDISES consignees reoevront toute l'atten!
uon desirable et lea exi>fdilions aeront laitea arec
Recouvrementa d'effrta et rfclumaUona.
Trnitea *ur NEW-YORK i vendre.
Cabinet lie leetureet jourruiux Am#ricaii?a (graiui.)
JOHN CAUCHOIS. Agent.
Chez MM. HUTTINGER A Cie.,
June 13?6'ddUaw6w Bnnquiera a Parte.
N4KDKRMM *H COLLKUE HOTK1,.
No. Muiiat rr., New Yoaa.
THIS new and conveniently arranged Hotel, xpreaaly
adapted for the arrorumodaUou of fiuri|
ilim, nitualed within a hundred yard* of Broadway
and the Park, in the College Grounda, and furniah
I od in the moat elegant and rerVrrke xtylr. with all
! the modern improvement*, (Hat and Cold Bathe,
Water CloaeU. 4tc., kc.f on every door, it now
ready for the reception of trnnaient viilter*.
SELLING OFF.? Being demimua of reducing our
atoek of Summer good*, we have determined
' f rom thia day forward to offer all grind* the demand
| for which reaaee with the mwnn, without regard to
' 'f?t. tnir hum'R i? now lar^r inn very ognpirK'.
' and well worthy tbr attention of pnrrhaarra Wt
mmr in pari
*2,1100 yard* Frmrti Lan'aa, faflt color*, at 121 rente
3,000 do fine do tin from la to 26
1,000 Ho Mark and whitr French Ginirhain. at
2,000 Ho colored and whitr Frrnch Gingham,
from 12) to 26
*200 piece* French Hereof and Grenadine, all
color*, a mon? litem arveral plain
irreen, 26 to AO
M do plain Mack and antin-atriped He re pea,
26 to 60
*20 Ho checked anH atriped India Milk*, very
10 Ho black Foulard Hilk, a beautiful article
60 Ho Linen lAMrtrea, all color*, at 26
SO Ho white and colored embroidered Minim,
160 do checked and atriped Catnbrira, from
121 to 26
901) do plain Cambric* and ia onru, from
12 J to fS
200 do Nainsook and Swi? Mnalina, from
20 to SO
IS do India or Swiaa Book, two yard* wide,
a beautiful article fbt iiuninrr driwani
10,000 yard* fine Printa, all coiora and atylea, from
from i| to If 1, warranted faat, tofrthrr with a large
aaaortmrn t of Hcariery, nUin open-worked and rm
iwoidered Kid, Hilk.anu Thread Olorra, Lineni am
1 brie Haiidken hie fa, Lnrt- Capca, Swiaa and Cambric
Edjring and Inarrting, Thread Gdfpnfr, blwk Silk
Lm c, Paraaola, Fan*. k< I*aidr* a great variety of
i othrr arti< Ira too numerou* to mention
Wr varnnrtly rrqmut all peraona In want of Dry
Good* to give n* a rail before purr baaing alt* km ,
a* wr are confident of iwing ablr to nrr tbetn from
trn to twenty par rant, on their bill*.
TERRY * BROTHER.
No. fc Market Spare, bat. 7th and Sth ata
Jnna 13?3 trod
UTHITF. AND OR SB BEAVER. FINE MOI.E
SKIN BLACK HATS, and every variety of
I have now- on hand a large *tnr k of fine Hat* and
('.ana, which I will aril oo arcoiiunodatinfr term*
Alao an aaaortinent of I'mbrellaa.
F. MATTINGLY, 7th *traet,
June 13- 3t *boxa Odd Fellow*' Hall.
x\ I X KKId HOt SR.
ItHE auharrilirr I* now rrrriving daily the fineat
Oyatrra and Fiah, which he will N> happy to arrva
in the beat atyle and on reaaonabla term*
Hoarder* taken by the week or day.
The Frederick ami Marlborough atage* leave thi*
lionae every Tueaday. Thnradny, and Saturday.
P A Da SAULE8,
Agent, Pi nn. avenor, oppnaita National Hotel, i
OKOROR MAt K ST. Attorney.
f latk or rLoaioA,)
117" ILL attend to all kind* of buainaa* before Con- !
VY graaa and the Departinanta
Hon. E. C. Ca*bi.l, Floridh;
" R. TooMaa, Georgia;
" H. W. HilliarD, Alabama;
" A. BnaT, South Carolina:
" R. C. WiNTHttr, Maaaar buaetta:
" C. B Smith, Indiana;
R. L. Ro?a, New York;
" Jona Yovno. New York
Pension and Bounty Land Agency,
Officr removed to 16th strut, opposite the Treasury
G?ORG? M. PHILLIPS, Notary Public, Commissioner
of Deeds, and formerly of the Treasury
Department, attends to the prosecution and
collection of Claims before Congress and the several
Executive Departments of the 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 the 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 "proof 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 undersigned is prepared to
furnish legalized copies of Documents or Records.
Charges will be moderate, varying according to
the nature of the business transacted. Letters, to
receive attention, should be postage paid, and may
be addressed GEORGE M. PHILLIPS,
Box No. 62, Washington city.
He hu* the pleasure of referring claimant* and
| others to the following gentlemen:
j Maj. Gen. Winficld Scott, U. S. Army.
! Brig. General Nathan Towson, Paymaster General
U. S. A.
i ' ' George Gibson, Commissary GenerafU.S.
i Hon. A. K. Paris, Second Comptroller of the Treasury.
" Walter Forward, late Secretary of the Treasury.
j " Simon Cameron, United States Senate. j
" Patrick G. Goode, Sidney, Ohio.
" Alexander Harper, Zanesville, Ohio.
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" Garrett Davia, Paris, "
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' " James Knox, New York.
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Rev. George Duifirld, Detroit.
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June 13-? < 11f
To the Public.
CWOODW ARD reapectfully invitee the alien
tion of hia old customers and live public gen'"
i rally, to hia large and well aelected stork of Hardware,
Fancy Goods, Ac. I have just received a
splendid assortment of Bathing Tuhs, Ice., as follows:
Hip Baths, Zinc and Tin, Boston Baths,
Large Bathing Tuba with heaters, Hand Shower
Us the, Niagara Jet Shower Baths, Ac., Ac.
I have also just rsceived a lot of very fine Refri- i
grrators, Ice Cream Frerrem, Water Coolers. Clocks, '
Buckets. Bird Cage*. Britannia Water Pitchers,
Basket Carriage* and Cliaira, Rucking- Horaea and ,
Propellers, Iron and Brick PunifW of all kinds
and aizea, and a groat variety of Houae Furnishing ,
Article*, Safe*, and evrry other article usually |
found in the Hard ware Line.
And in c&ae you ahuuld forget, I will just say that |
I have a few more Ktoves and Gratea of the same
wort left, and shall continue to keep them on liand !
Thankful lot oast patronage, I shall Is- happy to |
wait upon and show my goods to any one who will j
favor inc with a call. Ha\ imr houinit m?sls very
lorn, I am determined to self u low or Tower than [
! can br bought in the city r lee where.
P*. Av., between 10th and 11th rtwn
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o outfitting establishment. i* writ
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Worcester'* Universal and Critical Dictionary
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ON the petition of Asa Burgess and Herman Bald
win, of Washington. Conn , praying for the
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