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Vol. I. WASHINGTON: TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 14, 1849. No. 35.
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THE REPUBLIC.
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A. C. UILU1T * JOHN O. HAHUKHT.
PUBLISH*!) BY
OIDBOM & Co.
TERMS OF TH? DAILY AND TRIWEEKLY. J
For the Daily paper, per annum . . . 0 10 00
For the Tri-weekly, " b IX)
For three copies of the Tri-weekly . . 16 00
TERMS OF THE WEEKLY.
Sing-le subscription for one year . . . $ 2 00
Six copies, for one year 10 00
Sixteen copies, for one year 20 00
> Twenty-five copies, for oue year, (when
ordered at one and the same time) . . 26 00
No paper will be sent until the money is received.
OlHce of Coin. General of Subsistence.
Washington, July 11,1849.
SEPARATE PROPOSALS will be received at
this office until the first day of October next,
for the delivery of provisions in bulk, for the use of
the troops of tne United States, upon inspection, as
follows :
At New Orleans Barracks, Louisiana.
170 barrel* of pork
'260 barrel* of fresh superfine Hour
110 bushels of new while field bean*
1,762 pound* of good hard soap
440 pound* of good hard sperm candle*
2d bushel* of good clean dry fine *alt
440 gallons of good cider vinegar
At Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
86 barrels of pork
126 barrels of fresh superfine flour
66 bushels of new white field beans
876 pounds of good hard soap
220 pounds of good hard sperm candles
14 bushels of good clean ury fine salt ,
2*20 gallon* of good cider vinegar
At Fort Wood, Louisiana.
85 barrels of pork
125 barrel* of fresh superfine flour
55 bushels of new white field bean*
876 pounds of good hard soap
220 pounds of good hard sperm candles
14 bushels of good clean dry fine salt
220 gallons of good cider vinegar
At Fort Pike, Louisiana.
86 barrels of pork
126 barrel* of fresh superfine flour
55 bushels of new white field beans
876 pounds of good hard soap
2*20 pound* of good hard sperm candles
14 bushels of good clean dry fine salt
220 gallons of good cider vinegar
At Fort Brooke, Tampa Bay, Florida.
170 barrel* of pork
260 barrels of fresh superfine flour
110 bushels of new white field beans
1,762 pounds of good hard soap
440 pounds of good hard sperm candles
28 bushel* of good clean dry fine salt
440 gallons of good cider vinegar
At Key West, Florida.
86 barrels of pork
126 barrels of fresh superfine flour
56 bushels of new white field beans
876 pounds of good hard soap
220 pounds of good hard sperm candles
14 Dushels of good clean dry fine salt
220 gallons of good cider vinegar
At Fort Pickens, or Barrancas, Pmsacola,
Florida.
170 barrels of pork
260 barrels of fresh superfine flour
110 bushels of new white field beans
1,762 pounds of good hard soap
440 pounds of good hard sperm candles
28 Dushels of good clean dry fine salt
440 gallons of good cider vinegar
At Fort Marion, St. Augustine, Florida,
86 barrels of pork
126 barrels of fresh superfine flour
66 bushels of new white field beans
870 pounds of good hard soap
220 pounds of good hard sperm candles
14 Dushels of good clean dry fine salt
220 gallons of good cider vinegar
At the Public Landing, six miles from Fort j
Towson, mouth of the Chiemichi.
340 barrels of pork
220 bushels of new white field beans
3,604 pounds of good hard soap
880 pounds of good hard sperm candles
66 Dushels of good clean dry fine salt
880 gallons of good cider vinegar
The whole to be delivered in all the month of
April, 1860 ; and to leave Natchitoches by the
20th February, 1880.
At Fort Smith, Arkansas.
610 barrels of pork
330 bushels of new white field beans
6,266 pounds of good hard soap
1,320 pounds of good hard sperm candles
84 Dushels of good clean dry fine salt
1,320 gallons of good cider vinegar
The whole to be delivered in all May, I860.
Jil tori aneuing, ai. reiers.
256 barrel* of pork
375 barrel* of fresh superfine flour
165 bushels of new white field beans
2,62* pounds of good hard soap
984 pounds of good hard tallow candles
42 bushels of good clean dry fine salt
660gallon* of good cider vinegar
Toe whole to be delivered from the 15th May,
1850, to the 15th Juue, 1850.
Jit Fort Gaines, mouth of Crow wing river,
130 miles above Fo t Snelling.
180 barrels pork
'266 barrel* of fresh superfine flour
120 bushels of new white field beans
1,840 pounds of good hard soap
690 pounds of good hard tallow candles
36 oushels of good clean dry fine salt
465 gallons of good cider viuegar
The wliole to be delivered from the 15th May, j
1850, to the 15th June, I860.
Jit Jeffe son Barracks, Missouri.
850 barrels of pork
1,250 barrels of lresh superfine flour
550 bushels of new white field beans
8,790 pounds of good hard soap
2,200 pound* of good hard sperm candles
140 bushels of gisxl clean dry fine sail
2,200 gallons of good rider vinegar
Jit Fort Leavenworthy Missouri river.
370 barrels of pork
525 barrels of fresh superfine flour
230 bushels of new white field beans
3,695 pounds of good hard soap
1.376 pounds of good hard tallow candles
60 bushel* of good clean dry fine salt
925 gallons of good eider vine.gar
The whole to be delivered by the 1st June, 1860.
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Jit tort *\coil, on ine jviarnuaon river y .nilsouri?70
mile* land transportation from
Independenrey on the Missouri river.
180 barrel* of pork
266 barrel* of frvwh *oparfine flour
130 bunhel* of new white field tx-an*
I ,H4?'I poind* of good hard "tap
000 pound* of good hard tallow candle*
36 f,ii*hel* of good clean dry fine wait
66 gallon* of good cider vinegar.
The whole to be delivered by the 1 at June, I860.
Jit Oglethorpe Barracks, Savannahy Georgia.
*6 barrel* of pork
ISA barrel* of freah *nprrfine flour
AA hu?hel* of now white field bean*
H7A pound* of good hard aoap
220 pound* of good hard aperm candle*
14 ouahel* of good clean dry fine aalt
220 gallon* of good eider vinegar
Ji\ JIvRiuta Jlrxennl, Jlugutta, Georgia.
HA barrel* of pork
126 barrel* of fre*h auperfine flour
.V) In label* of new white field bean*
876 pound* of good hard aoap
220 pound* of good hard aperm candle*
14 buobeb of good clean dry fine aalt
220 gallon* of good cider vinegar
Jit Fart Moultrie, Charleston, South Carolina.
170 harrel* of pork
SAO barrel* of fre*b auperfine flour
110 buahel* of new white field bean*
1,7A2 pound* of good hard aoap
440 pounrla of go?*l bard aperin candle*
2fl Duabel* of good clean dry fine aalt
440 gallon* of good cider vinegar
Jti Fort Mar on, Hraufort, North Carolina.
HA harrel* of pork
12A barrel* of freah auperfine flour
AA buahel* of new white field hean*
H76 pound* of good hard aoap
220 potuid* of good hard aperm candle*
14 liuahel* of good clean dry fine aalt
? 220 gallon* of ("d cider vinegar
Jtt Fort.lohnston, SmitfnrilU, North Carolina.
HA barrel* of pork
J2A barrel* of freah euperflne flour
56 bushel* of now white field bean*
876 pounds of good hard soap
220 pounds of good hard sperm candles
14 bushels of good clean dry fine salt
"220 gallons of good cider vinegar
At Fort Monroe, Old Point Comfort, Va.
170 barrels of pork
260 do of fresh superfine flour
210 bushels of new white field beans
1,762 pounds of gooddiard soap
666 do of good hard tallow candles
28 bushels of good clean dry fine salt
440 gallons of good cider vinegar
At Fort Washington, Maryland.
170 barrels of pork
260 do of fresh superfine flour
110 bushels of new white field beans
1,762 pounds of good hard soap
666 do of good bard tallow candles
28 bushels of good clean dry fine salt
440 gallons of good cider vinegar
At Fort McHenry, near Baltimore, Md.
170 barrels of pork
260 do of fresh superfine flour
110 bushels of new white field beans
1,762 pounds of good hard soap
666 do of good hard tallow candles
28 bushels of good clean dry fine salt
440 gallons of good cider vinegar
At Fort Mifflin, Pennsylvania.
85 barrels of pork
125 do of fresh superfine flour
55 bushels of new white field beans
876 pounds of good hard soap
328 do of good hard tallow candles
14 bushels of good clean dry fine salt
220 gallons of good cider vinegar
At Fort Hamilton, Marrows, M. Y. Harbor.
170 barrels of pork
250 do of fresh superfine flour
110 bushels of new white field beans
1,752 pounds of good hard soap
656 do of good hard tallow candles
28 bushels of good clean dry fine salt
440 gallons of good cider vinegar
At Fort Lafayette, Marrows, M.Y. Harbor.
85 barrels of pork
125 do of fresh superfine flour
55 bushels of new white field beans
876 pounds of good hard soap
328 do of good hard tallow candles
14 bushels of good clean dry fine salt
220 gallons of good cider vinegar
At Fort Columbus, Governor's Island,
Mew York Harbor.
255 barrels of pork
375 do of fresh superfine flour
165 bushels of new white field beans
pounus 01 good nara soap
984 do of good hard tallow candles
42 bushels of good clean dry fine salt
660 gallons of good cider vinegar
At Plattsburg Barracks, Plaitsburg, New
York.
86 barrels of pork
126 do of fresh superfine flour
65 bushels of new white field beans
876 pounds of good bard soap
328 do of good hard tallow candles
14 bushels of good clean dry fine salt
220 gallons of good cider vinegar
At SackeVs Harbor, New York.
170 barrels of pork
260 do of fresh superfine flour
110 bushels of new white field beans
1,762 pounds of good hard soap
666 do of good hard tallow candles
28 bushels of good clean dry fine salt
440 gallons of good cider vinegar
One-half on' 1st of June, I860; remainder in all
October, I860.
At Fort Ontario, Oswego, New York.
86 barrels of pork
125 do of fresh superfine flour
66 bushels of new white field beans
876 pounds of good hard soap
328 do of good hard tallow candles
14 bushels of good clean dry fine salt
220 gallons of good cider vinegar
One-half on 1st of June, 1860; remainder in all
October, 1860.
At Fort Niagara, New York.
86 barrels of pork
126 do of fresh superfine flour
66 bushels of new white field beans
876 pounds of good hard soap
328 do of good hard tallow candles
14 bushels of good clean dry fine salt
220 gallons of good cider vinegar
One-half on 1st of June, 1850; remainder fh all
Or toiler, I860.
At Detroit Barracks, Detroit, Michigan
170 barrels of pork
260 do of fresh superfine flour
110 bushels of new white field bs&ns
1,762 pounds of good hard soap
666 do of good hard tallow randies
2H bushels of good clean dry fine salt
440 gallons of good cider vinegar
One-half on 1st of June, I860-, remainder in all
October, I860.
Jit Fort Gratiot, Michigan.
H6 barrels of pork
126 do of fresh superfine flour
66 bushels of new white field beans
*76 pounds of good hard snap
328 do of good hard tallow candles
14 bushels of good clean dry fine salt
220 gallons of good rider vinegar
One-half on 1st of June, 1*60; remainder in all
October, 1860.
At Fort Mackinac, Michigan.
86 barrels of pork
126 do of fresh superfine flour
66 bushels of new white field beans
876 pounds of good hard soap
328 do of good hard tallow candles
14 bushels of good clean dry fine salt
220 gallons of good cider vinegar
One half on 1st of June, I860; remainder by the
16th of September, 1860.
At Fort Brady, Sau/t Ste. Marie, Mich.
86 barrels of pork
126 barrels of fresh superfine flour
66 bushels of new white field beans
876 pounds of good hard snap
328 pounds of good hard tallow candles
14 bushels of good clean dry fine salt
220 gallons of good cider vinegar
One-half on the 1st June, 1860; remainder by 16th
September, 1860,
At Fort TrumhuU, JVVir London, Connecticut.
86 barrels of pork
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I imrrrm wi uwu pu^ruinr uuur
56 buahela of new white Arid bean*
876 pound* of Rood hard ?oap
328 pound* of good hard tallow randloa
14 bushel* of pood clean dry fine aalt
230 pal Ion* of good cidrr vinegar
Jit Fort Jldams, Ji'evrpo t, Rhode Island.
425 barrrla of pork
626 barrrla of fresh auprrfinr, flour
276 buahela of new white field liean*
4,380 pound* of good hard soap
1,640 pound* of good hard tallow candle*
70 buahela of good clean dry fine aalt
1,100 gallon* of good elder vinegar
Jit Fort Constitution, Portsmouth, JJeic
Hampshire.
86 barrel* of pork
126 barrel* of freah atiperflne flour
66 bunheia of new white field bean*
876 pound* of good hard soap
328 pound* of gi*>d hard tallow candle*
14 bushel* of gfood clean dry fine aalt
220 gallon* of good cider vinegar
JH Fort PrehUy Portland, Maine.
86 barrel* of pork
126 barrel* of Ireab atiperflne flour
66 buahela of new white field bean*
876 pound* of good hard aonp
328 pound* of good hard tallow candle*
14 buahela of gtaal clean dry fine aalt
22<) gallon* of good cider vinegar
Jit Fort Sulhvan, Kastport, Maine.
Hft barrels of pork
ISA t*rrfli of fraah lupfrtn* flour ,
65 bushels of new white field beau*
876 pounds of good hard soap
3118 pounds of good hard tallow candles
14 bushels of good clean dry fine salt
2*20 gallons of good cider vinegar
Notb.?AU bidders are requested to extend the
amount of their bids for eacn article, and exhibit
the total amount of each bid.
The periods and quantities of each delivery at
those posts where they are not specified, will be, ,
one-fourth 1st June, 1st September, 1st December, ,
I860, and 1st March, 1851.
The hogs of which the pork is packed to be fattened
on corn, and each hog to weigh not less than
two hundred pounds, excluding the feet, legs, ears, |
and snout. Side pieces may be substituted for the
hams. The pork is to be first salted with Turk's
Island salt, aud then carefully packed with the
same article, in pieces not exceeding eight pounds
each.
When the packing has been completed, the contractor
must furnish to this office a certificate from
the packer that thepork has been so salted and packed
. The pork is to De contained in seasoned heart of
white oax barrels, full hooped ; the beans and salt
in barrels, and the soap and candles in strong boxes,
of convenient aixe for transportation.
Salt will only be -received by measurement of
thirty-two quarts to the bushel. The candles to
have cotton wicks. The provisions for St. Peter's
and Fort Guincs must pass St. Louis for their ultimafp
tli'utiliufinn in fhn firaf urnnlr r\f Anril
and the store* for Fort Gaines must pass St. Peter's
by the 1st June, 1850. A failure in this particular
will be couaidered a breach of contract, and the
Department will be authorized to purchase to supply
these posts. The provisions will be inspected at
the time and place of delivery, and all expenses to
be paid by contractors until they are deposited at
sucn store-houses as may be designated by the
agents of the Department. The Commissary General
reserves the privilege of increasing or diminishing
the quantities, or of dispensing with any or
all articles required at any post, at any time before
entering into contract; and also of increasing or
reducing the quantities of each delivery one-third
subsequent to contract, on giving sixty days' previous
notice.
Bidders, not heretofore contractors, are required
to accompany their proposals with evidence of their
ability, together with the names of their sureties,
whose responsibility must be certified by the district
attorney, or by some person well known to the
Government; otherwise tneir proposals will not be
acted on.
Advance* cannot be made in any cate, and evidence
qf inspection and full delivery wilt be required at tki*
office before requintion will be made upon, the Treasury
for payment; which will be effected in Buch
public money as may be convenient to the points
of delivery, the places of purchase, or the residence
of the contractors, at the option of the Treasury
Department.
IVo drafts on this office will be accepted or paid
under any circumstances.
Each proposal will be sealed in a separate envelope,
and marked " Proposals for furnishing army
subsistence."
GEO. GIBSON, C. O. S. \
Note.?Editors will not be paid for inserting in
their papers this advertisement, unless authorized
to do so by the Commissary General of Subsistence.
July 14?3tawtl6Sep >
SPLENDrD LOTTERIES
FOR AUGUST, 1849.
J. W. MAURY & CO., MANAGERS.
$80,000 Dollars !
#>20,000! #10,000!
VIRGINIA 8TATE LOTTERY,
For the Benefit of Monongalia Academy,
Class No. 96, for 1849,
To be drawn at Alexandria, Va., on Saturday, the
4th of August, 1849. I
Splendid Scheme!
1 prize of #90,000
1 do - - - 90,000
1 do .... 10,000
1 do .... 6,000
1 do .... J,0T2
'20 prises of .... 1,600
'20 do - - - -800
Re. Ac. Ac.
Tickets only #10?Halves #5?Quarters #2 50.
Certificates of packages of 22 Whole tickets# 120 00
Do do of '22 Half do 60 00
Do do of 22 Quarter do 30 00
$50,000!
10 prisesrof #1,000!!
VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY,
For the benefit of Monongalia Academy,
Class No. 98, for 1849,
To be drawn at Alexandria, Va., on Saturday, the
11th of August, 1849.
75 Number Lottery?14 Drawn Ballots
(iBAND SCHKMK '
1 prise of . #60,000
1 do .... 10,000
1 do 1 " - 6,000
1 do .... 4,000
1 do .... 3,000
1 do - - 2,600
1 do -1,740
10 prises of - -1,000
10 do 780
12 do - - - 600 j
lie. <tr. fee.
Tickets #10?Halves #6?Quarters #2 60.
Certificatesof packages of 26 Whole tickets #120 00 I
Do do of 26 Half do 60 00 |
Do do of 26 Quarter do 30 00 |
CAPITAL #36,260!
30 Prises of #1,000'
VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY,
For the benefit of Monongalia Academy,
Class No. 101, for 1849
To he drawn at Alexandria, Va., on Saturday, the
18th of August, 1849.
78 number lottery, 13 drawn ballots ?
Splendid Scheme '
1 splendid prise of - #36,260
1 prise of 16,000
1 do 8,000
1 do 4,000
1 do - - - 3,000
1 do 2,620 '
30 prises of .... 1,000
30 do - 600
30 do 400 11
190 do 300 ,
Itc. Itc. Itc.
Tickets #10- Halves #6?Quarters #2 60.
Certificates of packages of 26 Whole tickets #130 00
Do do of 26 Half do 66 00
Do do of 26 Quarter do 32 60 <
$.V),000!
#38,000' #20,000'
VIRGINIA STATE LOTTF.RY,
For the benefit of Monongalia Academy,
Clam H, for 1*4*.
To be drawn at Alexandria, Va., on Saturday, the
26th of August, 1N4# j
Rirh And Brilliant Srkrm*'
I nplcndid prixe of $66,000 '
i do . . . : 36,ooo
I do 20.000
1 do II,MO
3 prisea of -7,00#
4 do 6,000
4 do 3,000 1
6 do 2,000
200 do - (lowest 3 No. prixe*) 600 1
Itc. Jtr. kc.
Ticket* f 16?Halve* $7 Quarter* $3 76- |
Eighths f 1 *74.
Certificate* of package* of 26 Whole ticket* $200 00
Do do of 26 Half do 100 00
Do do of 26 Quarter do 60 00 '
Do do of 26 Righth do 26 00 j
Order* for ticket* and *haren and certificate* of j
p?< kage* in the above aplendid lotteriea will re
reive tne moat prompt attention, and an offn in I a< I
count of each drawing sent Immediately after It c
i* over to all who order from u*.
Addre** J fc r MAl'RY. AftnU,
Alrronrtrui l'?r irinia
DM. ntTE * HOI.MIAD. I
OFFICE Pennsylvania avenue, near the corn* of
4| street, Washington, D. C. Juns 16? ly (
Nfro IJork ^liiuertisfinrnts.
NEW YOU FOREIGN EXPRESS AGBNCY. j
LivucMrroi, wuxa * co..
Wo. 10 Wall it., Wow York,
HAVE agencies in Paris, Havre, Bordeaux, Liverpool,
London, Southampton, Glasgow, and
the Principal Cities of Great Britain; also atBremen,
and the chief Towna in Germany, and attend to
any kind of commiaaiona to be executed there.
Goods bought by them to order, in any amounts,
large or small, whether for sale or personal use.
Books, Fubnituke, China, Wines, Luggage,
Specie, Clothing, Paintings, Btatuaby, Wobks
or Art, kc., received at the various Agencies,
cleared at the Foreign Custoin-houses, passed at the
New York and Boston Custom-houses, and forwarded
by express to any part of the United States.
Letts as and NxwspApkks forwarded.
Tbavbllbes visiting Europe introduced at the
VAj-iniu Aownriea. and assisted in the transaction of
their foreign business, the forwarding of their luggage,
and transmission of funds.
Orders of all kinds attended toand filled h> Paris,
by an accomplished and experienoad American resident
there. Junall* IfrdAlawtiw
CALIFORNIA KXFJUCalU-EAvS A IJVING8TON
have established themselves as a
Commission and Express Forwarding Home, at San
Francisco, and in connection with Zacharison A
Nelson, at Panama.
8. LEA, at Chagres, and LIVINGSTON. WELLS
A 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
Francisco. Specie and gold art forwarded with despatch.
Apply to
LIVINGSTON, WELLS A CO.,
June 13?6tdlaw6w 10 Wall st., N. Y.
LIVINGSTON, WELLS Si Co., FOREIGN EXPRESS
AGENCY.
fipHE undersigned have Express Agencies est&bX
lished at Paris, No. 8 Place de la Bourse; at
London, No. 7 Pen Court, Fenchurch street; at
Liverpool, No. 9 Fenwiek 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 A CO.,
10 Wall street, New York.
June 13?6td&law6w
AMERICAN SHIPPING Si GENERAL COM
MISSION HOUSE.
IT IVINGSTON, WELLS A CO., 7 Fen Court,
i I a Fenckureh street, London, will receive at their
Lac. i? d.. ? ,i~ a ....A r? i
iu1k cb uwub) rimttio auu oliu iui nmu niv.
Hume by British and American steamers, via Liverpool
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
anaCanada.
Drafts collected with care, and at moderate rates.
Monthly and all other Publications, and Sample
Parcels ui every description, sent by our Express
cars.
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.
June 13?6td&lawbw
LIVlirGSTO!*, WELLS Ai CIS., A PARIS,
8 PLACE DE LA BOURSE.
Office pour la inception et expedition de toutes
sortes de Merchandises par les ET ATS-UN lis, le
CANADA, le MEXIQ.UE, et les ANTILLES,
Isoit par le Hlvre du I'Angleterre.
Les voyageurs trouveront I ce bureau la liste de
to as lea na vires en charge au HivrS, auiai que tous
les renaeignement* utiles pour eptreprendre un
voyage d'oulre-mer. Les exporteurs seront mis
au couranl du march* Amencain. Les MARCHANDISES
coesignfes reoevront toute 1'attention
desirable et les expeditions seront faites avec
promptitude.
Recouvrements d'effete et reclamations.
Traites sur NEW-YORK i vendre
Cabinetdelectureetjournaux Amenceins(graiiH >
JOHN CAUCHOIS, Agent.
R
Chez MM. HOTTINGER A & .,
June 13?6idAlaw6w. Banquiers i Pnris
KANDKiUtON'8 COLLEGE HOTEL,
No. 28 Murray nr., Nbw York.
THIS new and conveniently arranged Hotel, expressly
adapted for the accommodation of fainiliea,
aituated within a hundred yard* of Broadway
and the Park, in the College Grounds, and furnished
in the most elegant and retktrdm at vie, witli all
the modem improvements, (Hat and Cold Hatha,
Water Closets, be., be., on evary floor, is uow
ready for th? reception of transient visiters.
J? It?It
SELLING OFF.?Being dnairous of reducing our
stock of Summer goods, we liave determined
from this day forward to offer all goods tlx- demand
for which ceases with the season, without regard to
coat. Our stork is now large and very complete,
and well worthy the attention of purchasers. We
name in part?
2,000 yards French Lawiu,fast colors, at 12} cents
3,000 do fine do do from 16 to 2ft
cents .
1,000 do black and while French Gingham, at
'21
2,000 do colored and white French Gingham,
from 121 to 25
900 pieces French Beregc and Grenadine, all
colors, among them several plain
greeti, 26 to f>0
50 do plain black and satin-striped Bereges,
2A to AO
20 do checked and striped India Silks, very
cheap
10 do black Foulard Silk, a beautiful article
At) do Linen Lustres, all colors, at 2ft
30 do white mhI colored emlwoidcred Muslin.
at 37 J
150 do checked and stripe,I Cambrics, from
121 23
200 do plain Cambric* and Jaconets, from
121 u' 23
200 do Nainsook and Swiss Muslins, from
20 to 80
25 do India or Swia* Rook. two yard* wide,
beautiful article for mitninrr dreaaea
10,000 yard* fine Print*. all ' 'dor* and atylea, from
from 6J (o 121, warranted fa*t, gigether With a large
Mortmrnt of Hoaicry, plain open-worked and (inbroidered
Kid, Bilk,ana Thread Glove*. Linencam
brir Hand In rrhief*. Lao ('apaa.Hwiaa and Cambric
Edging a ud Inarrting, Thread Edging, black Silk |
Lnrr. Pa rand*. Tan*. k< tiealde* a great variety of |
other article* too numcrou* In mention.
We car neatly rc<pi?-*t all peraon* in want of Dry \
flood* to (fire na a call brfcarc purrhaaing elaewhrre, |
a* wr are confident of being able to nave them from
ten to twenty per rent, on their bill*.
TERRY It BROTHER,
No. t> Market Spare, bet. 7th and Sth at*.
Jw II ttaod I
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SKIN BLACK HATS, and every variety of
Straw Hat*.
I have now on hand a large *tock of fine Hat*and
Cap*, which I will aell on accommodating term*
Alan an aaaortment of I'nibrella*.
F. M ATTINOLY. 7th atreet,
June 13?3t above Odd Fellowa' Hall.
WAVRRI'T HOI S*.
' I iHE anlmriher in now receivinir dailv the fincat
X Oyaten* and Fiah, which hr will or happy w> aervr
n the heat iitylr and on rnaeonablr term*.
Boarder# taken by the week or day.
Thr Frederick and M?rlbotWi|b at*jrea lravr thia .
Ton* rvrry Toeaday, Thuraday, and Saturday
P. A. D? 8AULGS,
Agent, Prnn. avenur, apprtUr National Hotel.
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f daairing hia arrvire*
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HATS CAPSTIFURS, &c.
SWIFT, HURLBUT, & CO.,
207 Pearl street, four door above Maiden Lane,
NEW YORK,
HAVE removed from their old stand, 168 Water
street, to the spacious store No. 207 Pearl street,
where they will be able to show their extensive
stock of?
HATS, CAPS, STRAW GOODS, MUFFS, BUFFALO
ROBES, HATTERS' STOCK, TRIMMINGS,
&c. &c.(
under one roof, and to avoid the inconvenience of
two separate stores, as heretofore.
Merchants about visiting this city for the purpose
of making their Fall purchases, are invited to examine
our stock, consisting in part of?
Cases fashionable medium and broad brim Beaver
Hats, various qualities;
Do do ao Nutria, various qualities;
Do do do Moleskin, do
Do do do Silk, do
Do do do Angola, do
Do men's and boys' brown, black, white and pearl
Fur Mexican Hats;
Do do do Wool Mexican Hats;
Do do do R. & S. C. Pearl Wool
Sporting Hate;
Do Panama Hats, trimmed, and in the original
. hairs;
Do Leghorn Hats, trimmed and untriinmed;
Do men's and boys' Fine Cloth Caps;
Do do do Com. do do
Do do do Fine Otter do
Do do do Fine seal do
Do do do Fine Im'n Ot. do New
Do do do Glazed Silk do styles. J
Do <k> do Glazed Lawn do
Do do do Mohair Plush do
Do do do Hair Seal do
Infants' Velvet Turban Caps.
. 1_ || 1 a 1 a S A a 1 ] -AX a i
uur hum k is well winpu'd vu iuuuicnin?*rpnv m* tions
of the country, and we are prepare*! to offer
our gotxis upon the mott favorable Irrtnt, and respectfully
solicit merchants visiting this city to call and
examine before purchasing.
Juna 18?St
Ft RJIIHHTStHiOODS FOR HOTKLK, SHIPS.
ItcamkoaU, and Public Institutions.
THE subscribers, (in addition to their full supply
of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,")
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goods adapted to the asovb purposes, as exten'
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and desirable articles. We have always on hand
the best style of BERTH BLANKETS AND COUNTERPANES,
manufartwfd ervrntly to our order,
and which for quality, durability, and beauty, are
unsurpaaaed. Any desired name can be interwoven
either in white or pcrmanout colors. The assortment
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SHEETINGS AND PILLOW CASINGS,
All Mtvl<?, Wl'llll* Ull/lllt.l<?
BLANKETS, COUNTERPANES, AND QUILTS,
Of every variety of style, sise, and weight.
DAMASKS.
ft-4 to 10-4 Linen and Cotton, for table cloths.
TABLE AND PIANO COVERS
Wool, Cotton, worsted, and silk dainask
TOWELLING.
Hirdeeye, Huckabuck, and Barnsley Diaper.
Russia, Diaper, and Crash.
Medicated Huck, a very superior article.
CURTAIN MATERIALS
A rich and varied assortment.
CARPETING. FLOORCLOTHS AND MATTING.
Also tlesnrahle roods for the Indian trade, such an I
W HH K AND COLORED M M K ANA W BLANK
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We invite the attention of purchasers to our stork,
and are prepared to All orders with dispatch at the
lowest market prices.
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i I? i,
MILITARY GOODS. ;
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HORSTMANN. HON* At DRK KRR. A. York.
IMPOBTKRK AND MAWtTFACTrRBR*.
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Diplomat; Gold, Silver, and Imitation I.*u-ca in
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Citixen Corpa. Alan Silk and Hunting Flag*.
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JUST received, dirart fr<?m Havana, the moat *tiperior
lot of Cigar* ever rrffered to the cilisen* of '
Waahinpton, < onaarting of the following brand*
20,000 Washington
20,(100 Amhroain
10,000 Creapo
20,000 Principe
fiOO.OOO of vartoAia other hmnda. All of which |
a'ill he aold on the m?>at accommodating terma.
W H. WTNTF.R.
June 13?3tif ^IP1 of Jim Crow, Penn. avenue.
No. 1, WOWN\S HOTEL ! I
OTEVKNS'GRKAT HAT ANDGKNTLEMEN S
O OUTFITTING ESTABLISHMENT, ia well
Diipplied with White Rocky Mountain Heaver Hata,
(without niiattirr,) Hlnr Napped and Plain Mine
and White and Bla< k Hata, of great rlejnuu - and |
ityle, in finiah and ahape. Alaoa full an<1 rolilpleta ,
aanortmrnt i>f Oontlonien'a Wardrobe and Toilet
riNxia, vi* " Yoke Nr. k" Shirta, UnderShirta, and I
FVawera, in Milk. Merino, Pulton, and Gauge, in I
gnat variety, and at low pri< ea for firat <ntality
irooda. Alan a few very auperior Ham trior I ra, for
dame who intend viaitinjf watering- pla> ea All of
which will he gold at fair prirea for raah.
M. H. STEVENS.
Groat Hat and Genta. Outfitting Katahliahment, I
No. 1. Brown' Hotel.
Juno II?6tif
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ON the petition of Asa Burgess and Herman Baldwin,
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July 4?Iaw3w
To the Public.
(1 WOODWARD respectfully invites the alienj
tiou of his old customers and the public gene
rally, to his large and well selected stock of Hardware,
Fancy Goods, kc. 1 hare just received a
?|IKUUIU assortment OI IMUUtig 1 UD?, *c., as lolIowa:
Hip Baths, Zinc and Tin, Boston Bath*,
Laray Bathing- Tuba with beaters, Hand Shower
Hatha, Niagara Jet Shower Hatha, Itc., lie.
I have also just received a lot of very fine Refn
gerators. Ire Creain Freesers, Water Coolers, Clocks,
Buckets. Bird Cages, Britannia Water Pitchera,
Baekrt Carriages and Chairs, Rot king Hones and
Propellers, Iron and Brick Furnaces of all kinds
and aisea, and a great variety of House Furnishing
Articles, Safes, and every other article usually
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And in case you should forget, I will just ssy that
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sort left, and shall continue to keep them on hand
as usual
Thankful for paM patronage, I shall be Happy to
wait upon and show my goods to any one who will
favor me with a call. Having bought goods very
low, I am determined to sell as low or lower than
can be bought in the city rise where.
C. WOODWARD.
Pa. Av., between 10th and 11th streets.
June 15?titeod
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