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THUKSDAV AFTKKNOON, MAY 22. Bun lijw ? . ? 4h. 42ui. | Sun seta ? ? . 7h. 10m. Departure of Ocean Steamer* During the month of May. FROM NEW YORK: For Bermuda ..... gtenner Merlin ? May 6th Liverpool ..... Aula .... 7tb Liverpool Pacific .... 10th Liverpool ..... Kuropa ? ? ? 21st Liverpool ..... Arctic - - - ? 24th Bremen ..... Hermann - * 17th Ohagraa ..... Empire City ? 11th Chagres ..... North America ? 12th Chagrea ..... Georgia - - - 11th Chagres Bro. Jonathan ? 13th Havre llumboldt ? - Otli Havre ..... Franklin ... 31st Havana ..... Georgia ... 11th Kingston. Jamaica - Empire City - - 11th New Orleans - - - - Winfleld Scott ? lot New Orleans - ? - ? Oeorgiu. ... 11 tli St. Thomas - - - - Merlin .... 8th Southampton - - - Humboldt > ? 0th Southampton ... Hermann- - ? 17th Southampton ... Franklin ... Dint FROM BOSTON: For Liverpool - - ? - - Steamer Niagara ? May 14th Liverpool ..... Cambria - - ? 28th FROM PHILADELPHIA: For Liverpool .... Steamer Lafayette - 7th Liverpool .... City of Glasgow - 15th AMUSEMENTS. AT ODD-FXLLOWB' HALL, ON MONDAY EVENINO, MAT 20tu, And every evening during the week. THE CELEBRATED AND ORIGINAL NEW ORLEANS OPERA BALLET TROUPE, The whole under the direction of S. Samikl Sanpord, Respectfully announce to the cltiiens of Washington that they will have the honor of giving a series or their uniuue and moral entertainments, introducing their original Songs, Olees, Chorusses, Refrains, Opera Scenaa, Gems, Ac., from all the principal operas of the day, as sisted by the Inimitable Ballet Troupe in their Burlesque Danoes, Pas de Deuxs, Flings, Oachuoas, Jigs, Reels, Hornpipes, Lucy Long, Ac., as originally, performed by them in all the cities In Europe and the United States, and lately of the Musical Fund Hall, Philadelphia, where thousands of persons, including the clergy, the press, and the people, expressed themselves with the utmost enthu siasm, exclaiming, " This Company is surely A No. 1." 45f*Cards of admission only 25 cents. Doors open at 7 o'clock; to commence at 8 o'clock. Tickets to be hod at the hotels, music stores, and at the door during the day and evening. may 22?dtf FORRE8T HALL, GEORGETOWN. rpm "YOUNG MEN'S DRAMATIC ASSOCIATION" JL will give their 2d entertainment at Forrest Hall, on THURSDAY EVENING, May 22d, When will be presented the thrilling Molo-drama of the GOLDEN FARMER. After which, a solo on the flute, by Mr. Scerro. Comic song, by one of the members. The whole to conclude with the laughable Farcc of WHO SPEAKS FIRST? The Hall will be opened at 7 % o'clock; performance to commence at 8 o'clock precisely. Cards of admission 25 cents. may 21?2t THE ADELPHI THEATRE "IXriLL open, for three nights only, on THURSDAY, MM FRIDAY, and SATURDAY evenings, May 22d, 23d, and 24th. The followiug popular Artists will appear: Mad'lle Car line, Danseuse; Monsieur La Foy, the great Magician; Mr. J. B. Ssollosy, the Pantomist; the Gypsey King, or 8on of the Mist. The above talonted performers will appear in a popular entertainment. 49" For full particulars, see bills of the day. Boxes 25 cent*; Parquette (for this occasion only) 12 V? ccnts; Gallery (for boys and colored persons) 12 % cents, may 20?6t TRAVELING. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT?1851. From New York and intermediate Places. riHIE CAMDEN AND AMBOY RAILROAD and Phila delphia and Trenton Railroad lines leave Walnut street wharf, Philadelphia, for New York, as follows: 1st class. 2d class. At 6 a m., via Camden and Jersey city, (Sundays excepted,) fere $3 $2 50 At 9 a. m., via Taoony and Jemey city, tare ............ 3 250 At 10 a. m., via Camden and South Am hoy, tare - - 3 200 At 4 p. m.; via Camden and South Am boy, fere 3 2 00 At 5 p. m., via Tmcony and Jersey city, (daily,) fers 3 260 Emigrant and Transportation Line from Philadelphia at 4 p. m., via Bordentown and South Amboy, (except Hunddfs,) fare $1 50. Merchandise transported at low rates to and from New York. may 7?d2m rpHE SWORD EXERCISE, arranged for mil J. itary instruction, by Brevet Major Iienry C. Wayne, U. S. army, published by authority of the War Departs ment. Price $1; postage to any part of the United States 12 oente. The edition for sale in Washington by TAYLOR A MAURY, ? Booksellers, near 0th street. Also for sale th* Army Regulations, published by the Department of War. Price $1. The Ordnance Manual, for the use of officers of the army. Price $2. The Army and Navy Registers. Scott's Infantry Tactics, and all other works of an offi cial character published at the scat of Government, ap 18?tf ICE CREAM SALOON. THE BEAUTIFUL SALOON, on the corner of F and Ninth streets, near the Patent Office, is 1 now open for ladles and gentlemen, where the best Cream of the season will bo constantly kept nd. Also, a choice assortment of Cakes. Families supplied with Cream and other Confectioneries In any' part or the city at the shortest notice. ap 12?eotf II. ECKARDT. LEATHER' LEATHER!! THE SUBSCRIBER begs to inform his friends and the Trade In general, that he has just returned from the North with a large assortment of FRENCH CALF SKINS, of the most approved brauds, and Patent Calf Skins and Leather In general, all of which be will sell low, for cash, or on approved credits. 45 dosen French Calf Skins, from $17 to $30 per dor.on Home-made Calf-Skin, Kipps and Uppers Harness, Bridle, and Band Leather Morocco Shoes Lining and Binding Skins Spanish Sole, Slaughter A Skirting Shoe Finding and Boise's Kilt 4^ Agent for H. H. DAY'S Webbing for Congress Boots. T. G. FORD, may ft?lm Corner 7th and G streets. LOTI OF GOODS THAT MUST BE SOLD. AB THE SEA BON Is advancing, I have determined to pot the prices of a good many lots of goods down, so that persons in want or real bargains have only to give me a call. 70 pieces Barege de Lainos, at 10, 18, 20, 22, and 25 cents 100 remnants of Barege de Lalnes, which must be sold for some price 26 pieces Popellns, very cheap 20 do Foulard Silks", high colors 15 part pieces dark Silks 30 pieces dark Gingham, very low 100 do dark Calicoes The above goods must be sold, as I want the room for Summer Stock. I have also? 60 pieces Ginghams, fast colors. 12% cents 76 do lawns, fast colors, 12% cents 100 do Light Calicoes, (IJi cents Fine Bleached Shirtings, fi\Z ccnts With almost every thing else in the Dry Goods line, at j wrrespondlng low prices. Persons who feel Interested In very cheap goods will have the kindness to call and ex amine for themselves, at O. W. YERBY'S, may I ft?d2wif Pa av, between 7 th and 8th sts. SHIRTS SHIRTS! SHIRTS! WM. H. FAULKNER'S New style Shirt Manufactory, Venn. Avenue, South side, between Third and Fonr-nnd-n-half streets, opposite U. 8. Hotel, sign of the Shirt. 1'H. only place In Washington where a first-rate fitting Shirt, can be obtained. Shirts made of the best ma terials and workmanship, and warranted to fit, always on hand, and made to order at the shortest notice. Gentle men who have been troubled with a bad fitting Shirt are Invited to call and have their measure taken for Shirts that will give satisfaction?and no mistake. W. H. Faulkner would respectfully Inform gentlemen who have been sending to New York for their shirts, that they can have a better and cheaper shirt by giving him a call and leaving their measures. He wishes it to lm un derstood that, be has his shirts made in this city by skil ful and experienced seamstresses, who cannot lie excelled In any other city. Kvety gentleman who has tried his shirts Is willing to testify to their superiority over shirts of other manufactories, as they give ease and comfort to the wearer. ' ? AIM on hand a well selected assortment of Collars, linsoms, Glovw, Suspenders, Socks, Cravats, Handkor chl?fa,>tc., which will be sold very cheap. apl4?#Uwtf WM. II. FAULKNER. DR. J. M. AUSTIN, (Late of Warrenton, Va.) OFFICE and Residence?F street, north aide, one door above XOtfcL mar 27?ThAHtf C. H. VAN FATTEN, M. D., Surgeou Dentist, Office near Brow n't Hotel, Pennsylvania avenue, Charges New York and Philadelphia prices, and guaran ties his work to be equal to any done in thooo cities, ap 5?tf JNO. B. KIBBEY * CO., Dealers in ' FINE GROCERIES, WINES, AND LIQUORS. No. 6, opposite Centre Market, ap 10 W asm notoji City, D. C. diy Old Wines, Liquors, Began, Fresh Foreign Fruits, Comestibles, etc., FOR BALK BY JAMES T. LLOTD & CO., 1'mntylvanin avenue, 3 doors east of Fi fteenth street. may 17?ly JAMES W. SHEAHAN, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, PRACTISES in the Courts of the District, and prose cutes claims of every description before the Beveral Executive Departments and before Congress. &DT Office and residence 21st street, two doors north of II. ap 11?tf SAMIJEL WISE, CARPENTER AND BUILDER, (Late of the firm of Walker Sf Wise,) HAS opened a shop on E street, opposite Temperance Hall, between 9th and 10th streets. Kesldenoe on I street, north side, between 6th and 7th streets. mar 24?tf HENSY J An ii is Y, FASHIONABLE BOOTMAKER, Eighth street, near the General lbtt Office, S prepared to furnish, from the shelf or the Stt 1 X shop, goods In his line that cannot be ex ? Ii celled in any city. Citizens and sojourners are respectfully invited to examine thorn. ap 11?tf WILLIAM A. GRIFFITH, Marble Cutter and Sculptor, corner of Hand Ninth its., Prepares Mantels, Monuments, Tombs, and Ilead-stones. Also fancy chiselling and carving. mar 27?tf OLD DR. TOWMSEMD'S SartsparUls may be had at Factory prices of J. F. CALLAN, may 0?tf Corner E and 7 tlx streets. T1AYLOR &. MAURY, Booksellers and Stationers, Pennsylvania avenue, near 9th street, have constantly on hand a ftill assortment of BLANK BOOKS, SCHOOL BOOKS. PENS, INK, and PAPER, of every variety, for sale at New York prices, ap 19?tf EPISOOPAL Prayer-books. Catholic Prayer-books. Methodist Ilymn-books. Unitarian Hymn-books. Presbyterian Hymn-books. Baptist Hymn-books. In every variety. For sale at the published price, by TAYLOR A MAURY, ap 18?tf Booksellers, near 9th street. RULED LETTER PAPER at $1 26 a ream. Ruled Foolscap Writing Paper at $1 26 a ream, flood Envelopes at $1, $1 26, and $1 50 a thousand. Steel Pens at 26 cents, 50 cents, and 75 cents a gross. Small Wrapping Paper at 26 cents a ream. For sale at TAYLOR A MAURY'S mar 24? Book and Stationery store, near 9th st. UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS. 'yV WE would invite the Ladies to call and examine our extensive Stock of Green, Blue, and Black /^^VYVutered, Bordered and Lined Silk and Satin Tuer PARASOLS?the largest assortment in the District, at greatly reduced prices. Also a choice selection of UMBRELLAS, all of the latest fashion, and the work warranted. J-U8T RECEIVED?a handsome variety of Silks and Scotch Oinghams for re-covering. 48- Repairing and Covering faithfully and punctually executed. A. CORBIT A CO., may 0?6m Penn avenue, near 4 }-? street. EXTRAORDINARY ARRIVAL! BOYS' CLOTHING! BOYS' CLOTHING!! WILLIAM WALL, Pennsylvania avenue, between 9th and 10th streets, takes pleasure in informing the citizens of Washington and Georgetown that he has just received another large and beautinil assortment of BOYS' CLOTHING, suitable for the present season, to which he particularly invites the attention of purchasers generally, may 8?iftf HARD WAKE, CUTLERY, ETC. THE SUBSCRIBERS have now in store a good assortment of the following Goods, viz: BUILDING MATERIALS AND TOOLS: Carpenter's Patent People's Mortice; Mineral Knobs Rural, Western, and other Door l<ocks Cupboard, Drawer, Till, Chest, Trunk, and Padlocks Parliament, Loose Butt, and Patent Hinges Blind Fastenings, Turn Buckles, Planes, Gauges Chisels, Saws, Hatchets, Rules, etc., etc. HOUSE-KEEPING GOODS: Shovels and Tongs, Andirons, Sad Irons Pots, Ovens, Kettles, Sifters, Spoons, Looklng-Glasses Coffee Mills, Furnaces, Brushes, Waiters, Rat and Mice Traps, etc. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS: Spades, Shovels, Hoes, Rakes Forks, Plough-Castings, Scythos, etc. MISCELLANEOUS: Tacks, Caps, Lead and Slate Pencils Slates, Combs, Binl-Cages; Scales, Blacking Brushes, and Blacking. Horse Brushes, Cards, Curry-Combs, Cord, Twine, etc. With many other articles, too numerous to mention; all of which will be sold on the most accommodating terms. Thankful for the patronage we have received, we ask a continuance. JKF Our motto is, " Small IVnfiti and Quick Sales." IARDELLA A HBO., may 8?Stawlm Penn av, opposite National Hotel. Death to Rats, Mice, Cockroaches, and Ants! TIMIE North American Exterminator is -I warranted superior, and cheaper, than any and all other articles heretofore offered v^MSmB?> ?" the public, for exterminating Rats, Mice, ? Black isd Rod Ants, from dwelling-houses, stores, granaries, vessels, Ac. They will eat it readily,and Rats and Mice an- not likely to die in the building. For further information ask for a circular, to be had of the agent gratis. If you want a truly valuable article, ask for the North American Rat Exterminator, and take no other. Price, 37 % cents per box, which contains suffi cient to clear an ordinary building several times. Sold wholesale and retail by A. GRAY, Bookseller, ap 8??o 7lii street, opposite Odd Fellows' Hall. FACTS WORTH KNOWING. IT IS WELL to know that G. W. YERBY is selling fine Fast-colored Calicoes at 6 cents Fine Bleached Shirtings. ?> W cents Yard-wide Shirtings, H and 10 cents Fine Plaid and Striped Cambrics, 12 % cents Fine fast-colored Lawns. 12 cents And, in fact, huudrods of other BARUAINS, too nu merous to mention In an advertisement; all of which must lie seen to be appreciated. Call and examine for yourselves, at G. W. YERBY'S, may 12?2w Penn. avenue, bet 7th and 8th sts. A NEW IMPROVEMENT For Fitting up Stores with Fancy Fronts. 171 E. OKIGER, Builder and Architect, would rospect , fully Inform his friends and the public In general, that be is prepared to fit up Stores and build Fancy Fronts on an entire new plan, embracing all the latest improve ments. The work can be done without stopping the busi ness while the work Is going on. He la also prepared to do all kinds of work In the build ing line, at tne shortest notice and on the most reasonable terms. All business entrusted to his rare will be promptly attended to. Place of business on D street, between 9th and 10th. may 1?Am BLACK SILKS. 1 UlIS DAY RKCF.IVED?10 pieces very superior BLACK SILK, which, added to my former stock, makes it very large and complete, embracing all the widths and quali ties. Also? 25 pieeoH striped and checked Silk 50 pieces Foulard's, from 25 cents to $1, some very heavy and rich, one yard wide 10 pieces Chene Silk, very rich and cheap The above goods will be sold as low, for cash, as they can be bought in this or any other markot. G. W. YKRBY, may 7?dlmlf Penn av, bet'n 7th and 8th streets. NEW SPRING GOODS JUST RECEIVED. 'I. W. HINTON, Merchant Tailor, respectfully ?4 Informs his customers and fellow-citizens that he (1Z1 hns just returned from the North with a splendid '?'? 1 assortment of French and English Cloths, Cassl ineres, and Vestings, of all kinds, which lie invites them to call and examine. His stock of goods, which ia of the best quality, and no mistake, he will sell at prices to suit the times. Also, constantly on hand, Gents' Furnishing Goods and Business Coats. Children's Clothing, made In the best manner and latest style, by Lock wood k Co., of New York. G. AV. HINTON, ap 21?tf Pa. av., north side, bet'n and 6th sts. NOT BAD TO TAKE. SHERMAN'S A FALKS' Cough, Worm, Camphor, Cath- | Mm mi<i Dysentery Losengts. These Lozenges are remedies the most uleasant to the j taste Imaginable, and truly safe and valuable for the pur poses intended. A trial of the Cough and the Worm I<ozenges is particularly invited. A. GRAY. Bookseller, 24?eotf 7th street, opposite Odd-Fellows' llall. For sale at the Store-r?om? of the i' Union Benevolent and Employment Society, on Seveuth street, next to Odd-Fel lows' Hall, ami on Capitol 11111, corner of A and First street*, east and south, a va riety of clothing suitable to the season, comprising gar ments for the laboring classes and children. An these articles are the work of the industrious poor, the Society Invite all who are in want of this description of clothing to patronise these establishments, and, as a very small profit on the work if added, the prices will necessarily be moderate. Families requiring such work to t>e done will benefit the poor hy sending it to the Society's rooms to be made up. To acoommodate families, an /nidligrnee Office has been opened at the store on Seventh street, where those In want of servants way be supplied by paying a small fee. By order of the Board of Managers. All the papers of the city are requosted to publish this notice as often as convenient. ap 10 "A GOOD COLLECTOR rpiIK Undersigned has been induced, by many friends, X to again undertake the Collection of Debts in this city, and hopes, by strict attention and punctuality in returns, to merit the favors of his numerous friends and the public generally. Business left at the offices of Justice Morsell, Donn, or Smith, will be received and promptly attended to. ap 1?tf JAM KB F. TUCKER. DAHLIA BOOTS-FLOWER SEEDS. CASKS Superb DAHLIA IIOOT8, embracing all the & best varieties, at the lowest prices. Also 10,000 papers of the choicest Flower Seeds, among them many new and beautiful kinds never before offered for sale here. Orders from a distance promptly attended to. Garden Seeds, etc., packed to go safely to any part of the United States. J. F. CALLAN, may 2?dtf Corner 7th and K streets. DEPOSITORY FOB THE METHODIST BOOK C0NCEBN, DEPOSITORY for the Massachusetts Sabbath School Society. All of Robert Carter & Brother's publican tions, and several other extensive publishers; miscella neous, school, and blank books and stationery, kept con stantly on hand by A. GRAY, ap 8?oo 7th st., opposite Odd Fellows' Hall. General Banking and Exchange Business. COPARTNERSHIP. TIIK undersigned respectfully announce to the public that they have entered into copartnership for the transaction of a general Exchange and Banking business In the city of Washington, under the firm of? SELDEN, WITHERS 4 CO. All business entrusted to them will be attended to with promptness and fidelity. WILLIAM SELDEN, Late Treasurer of the United States JOHN WITHERS, Of Alexandria, Virginia. R. W. LATHAM, Of the city of Washington. L. P. BAYNE, mar 24?tf Of Baltimore, Mary bind. GEORGE E. EIRE, House and Sign Painter, and Glazier, South side Louisiana avenue, between 6th and 7th streets, (Dwelling South F street, between 7th and 8th streets, Island,) is' prepared to execute to order all descriptions of work in his line. ap 15?6m I^IHE, THE AVENGER, a now novel, by the author of "The Wilmiugtons." Mary Krskine, a Franoonla story, by the author of " The Rollo Book." No. 12, Pictorial Field Book of the Revolution, by Log ging. Received, and for sale by TAYLOR A MAURY, ap 18?tf Booksellers, near Ninth stroct. J. A. EIREPATRICE, MARBLE AND FREE-STONE CUTTER, E street, between l&A and 14tA, Washington Oity, D. C. MARBLE MANTLES, Monuments, Tombs, Head and Foot Stones, Ac., constantly on hand, of the best quality and workmanship. All kinds of Stone, for Build ing, Ac. All kinds of work In his line faithfully executed at the shortest notice. ap 16?tf PIANOS. NEW AND SECOND-HAND PIANOS | always on hand, for sale and to rent on moderate terms, at the Piano Store, on 12th street, aboTe F street. New MUSIC STOOLS for sale. mar 2??<J3m* F. C. REICHENBACIL HARDWAIIE. ikjg^X.1 mm HTnHf HARDWARE. TIIK subscribers have in store a good assortment of House Furnishing and Builders'Hardware, Cutlery, Ac., which they offer to those in want at the lowest price*. Also, Agricultural and Gardening Implements, com posing all the articles used. J. T. RADOLIFF A CO., mar 26?tf Odd-Follows' Hall, 7th street. HARDWARE? JUST RECEIVED?an assortment of MINERAL KNOB LOCKS, vii: "People's Lock," "New Haven Lock," "Villa Lock*," "Cottage Locks," "Novelty," "Adams," and "Western Locks;" Hinges, Screws, Bolts, Shovels, Spades, Rakes, Hoes, Knives and Forks, and Housekeep ers' Hardware generally. GEO. SAVAGE, I'enn av, near 9th Btreet; and at J. L. SAVAGE & CO., 1st ward, opp. Seven Buildings. N. B.?Mineral knoba put on old brass knob locks. Or ders left as above. mar 27?tf HARDWARE! HARDWARE! MORTICE, Villa, Cottage, Rural, Sterling, Novelty, Adams, Rabbeted, ana Sliding Door-Locks Till, Chest. Cupboard, Closet, Trunk, and Padlocks White and Dark Mineral Knot*, for Doors and Drawers Brass, Plated, and Iron Butt Hinges, all sir.es Parliament and Patent Blind Hinges, turn buckles " Plant's" Patent Shutter Hinges and Fastenings Harvey's Patent Shutter Fasteners?a new article Iron and Brass Wood Screws, from ^ to 3]/A inches Axle- pulleys and Sash Cord Sliding Door Rail, Sheaves, Stops, and Locks Cut and Wrought Nails, patent Brads, and Tacks TOOLS. Jack, Smooth, Fore, Raising, Tongue and Groove, Bead, | Rabbet, Sash, Plough, and Moulding Planes I Spear and Jackson's Tenon, Panel, Hand and Rip Saws i Hammers, Hatchets, Squares, Bevels, Spokeshaves | Gauges, Braces and Bits, Plane Bits. Chisel Handles Chisels, Augurs, Gouges, Files, Gimblets, Mallets J Plumbs and Levels, Plumb-tabs, Tape Unas Rules. Pincers, Nippers, Vices, Bench Screws (HI Stones, Spndee. Shovels, Forks, lloes. Scythes Rakes, Snnd Screens, Grindstones, Friction Hollers, and Cranks Trowels, Sand-sifters, Glue-pots, Axes ami Handles MISCELLANY. Knives nnd Forks; Pen and Pocket Knives Rsiors, Scissors, Shoe and Butcher Knives Alhata Spoons and Forks; Pots, Kettles, Ovens Coffee-mills, Sifters, Mouse and Rat Traps Shovel and Tongs, Andirons, Bells, Waiters Candlesticks. Curtain Pins, and Bands Mahogany Knobs, Bed Screws, Sand Paper, Glue Piano Stool Screws, Chair Web, Coffin Handles, and Screws i<ooking-gl:Lsa Plates, Rack Pulleys, and Roller Ends Brass and Iron Wheel Castors Horse, Shoe, Whitewash, Hand, and Scrubbing Brushes Slates, Slate Pencils. I .cad Pencils. Marbles Percussion Caps, Fishing Lines, and Hooks Pins, Needles, Combs. SCALES. Counter Scales, Platform Scales, Patent Balance" SADDLERY HARDWARE. Guns, Pistols, Flasks, Shot Belts, Bird Bags. Also? Curtain Canvass. Carriage Lace, Hul>-Bands, etc. Agent for the sale of the Celebrated ARABIAN HORSE POWDERS. Also many other Goods, all of which will be sold on as good terms as can be had in this market, for cash, or to punctual customers on the usual credit. K. WIIF.KLER, Sign of the Golden Padlock, directly #?>? opposite what will soon he "Brown's Magnificent Marble Mansion," Pa. av. ap 24?1m [Wash. News.] BUTTER. HOUSEKEEPERS and others desiring good Butter at (Mr prices, will do well to patronise the subscriber at stands 63 and f>4, Centre market. Ills supplies are regu larly received from select dairies, and he never recinn mends an inferior article. GEORGE M. OYSTER, mar 24?2m SCHOOLS SUPPLIED WrITII School Books of all kinds; Pens, Ink, Copy books, Ac. Also, Blank-books and Stationery in every variety, by A. OR AY, ap 8?eo 7th St., opposite Odd Fellows' Hall. HTMNS BIBLES PRAYEB^BOOES. HYMNS of the Methodist Episcopal Church Hymns of the Methodist Kpiscopal Church South llvmns of the Methodist Protestant Church Lutheran Hymns The Psalmist, with supplement Watts and Rippon Watts sud Select Hymns Parish Hymns Psalms and Hymns Kpiscopal Prayer-Books, with lessons Bible and Prayer?hound together Catholic Prnyor-Books Bibles and Testaments; large and substantial Fami Rililes, Pocket Bibles, etc. All of the'above In every variety and style of binding. A. GRAY, ap 26?eodtf 7th street, opp. Odd-Fellows' Hall. / 01KAP STATIONERY AND SCHOOL BOOKS, Slates, Copy Books, Quills, Steel Pens, Ac. For mm at TAYLOR A MAURY'S, ap 18?tf Bookstore, near ?tfc si TO SOUTHERN TRAVELLERS. l^PRINO AND 8UMMKR ARRANGE ieut of the Great Southern Mail Line, Y lugton City, Richmond, Petersburg, Weidun, Wil mington, Charleston, 8. C., dlreot to Now Orleans. The only line which mrriua the Great Southern Mall, anil twenty-four hour* in advance of any other Line. THROUGH TICKETS. From Philadelphia to Charleston $20 00 Do. Baltimore to Petersburg 7 60 Do. o. Richmond 7 00 Second class passengers and servants to Fred'brg 3 60 Do. to Richmond 600 Do. to Petersburg 6 60 The following unrivalled cchedules are now run on thU line; FAST MAIL LINK. LEAVE New York at P. M. Philadelphia at 10 P. M. Baltimore at fi A. M. Washington at 8l? A. M. Fredericks burg at 1J^ P. M. Richmond at 0 P. M. Petersburg at 0 p. M. Woldon at 2 A. M. Wilmington at WA P. M. arrive IN Philadelphia at .1 P. M. Baltimore at 6J<j A. M. Washington at 8 A. M. Fredericksburg at 1}^} P. M. Richmond at 6 P. M. Petersburg at 7 % P.M. WeLdon at 2 A. M. Wilmington at 3 P. M. Charleston at 7^ A. M. By the above schedule It will be perceived that passen gers going South, leaving New York at 4 % p. m.. Phila delphia at 10 p. m., or Baltimore at 6 p. m., reach Charles ton, S. C., in two days from Baltimore, being twenty-four hours in advance of any other line. Breakfast on board the steamboat; passing down the Potomac, in view of Mount Vernon, by daylight. Passengers arriving in Baltimore by the morning line from Philadelphia, gain nothing by going on immediately by the Bay Line, and may as well remain over in Balti more until 6 a. in., or go on to Washington at 5 p. m., and remain until 1) a. m., the next morning, as thoy are obliged to lie over in Petersburg, if they arrive there ear lier than the (Ireat Mail Line of the next morning, and are subjected to all the uncertainties and discomforts of a night on the Bay, instead of passing an iigreeable one in Baltimore or Washington, without arriving any sooner, If as saon, at the end of their journey. Passengers.going to Washington by the train of 10 p.m., are taken, if they desire it, by the Company's Omnibus, at once, without charge, from the Washington depot to the Potomac steamboat, where they lodge, free of charge, and may lay over, (if they desire to do so,) with their through tickets, fof- a few days, at the following places, vis: Wash ington, Richmond, Petersburg, and Weldon. Omnibuses are provided by the companies on this Line at Washington, Richmond, and Petersburg, by which pas sengers and their baggage are conveyed between the de pots in those places, free of all expense. For further information and " through tickets" apply at the Southern Ticket Otlice, adjoining the Washington Railroad Ticket Office, Pratt street, Baltimore. STOCKTON A FALLS. mar 24 E. F. KREBS, Agent. Tapscott's General Emigration and Foreign Ex change Office, For conveying Passengers to and from Oreat Britain and Ireland, and remitting money to all parts of Eng land, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. W. & J. T. TAPSCOTT A CO., 80 Soutt street, New York, WM. TAPSCOTT A CO., St. George's Buildings, Regent's Road, Liverpool. In announcing the completion of their arrangements for the present season of emigration, the subscribers bog to assure their friends and public that every effort will be made by them to ensure a continuation of the patronage' hitherto so liberally bestowed upon their House; and would earnestly impress on the minds of those wishing to send for their friends in the Old Country, that Mr. Wil liam Tapscott will personally superintend the departure of all persons from Liverpool, whose passage may be en gaged at thoir office in New York, or by any of their Agents throughout the United States and Canada. This, they feel assured, is a sufficient guaranty for promptness, and a full security that passengers will be quickly and carefully dispatched. The subscriber* are agents for the New Line of Liverpool Packets, via: "Queen of the West," Capt. P. Woodhouse; "Sheridan," Captain G. B. Cornish; "Constitution," Captain John Britton; "Garrick." Captain B. J. II. Trask; "llottiuguer," Captain Ira Burnley;"Ros cius," Captain Eldredge; "Lfverpool," Captain J. Kld redge; "Sldilons," Captain Cobb. The " Union" Line of Liverpool packets, comprising the "Rappahannock," "American," (new,) "Niagara," "At lantic," "Cornelia," "Adirondack," "Sea," "Empire," "Ivanhoe,"(new,) "Mortimer Livingston," (new,) Ac. The "St. OeoroeV Line of Liverpool Packets, com prising the "St. George," "St. Patrick," Ac. And many other lirst-class Packets, which this limited space will not admit of enumeration?sufficient in number, however, to despatch a Packet from Liverpool at least every five days, thus preventing any delay whatever at that port. The London line of Packets, comprising 24 ships, sail on the 1st, 8th, ltith, and 24th of each month. The Glasgow Line of Packets, sailing from New York and Glasgow on the ?xt and 15th of each month. New (Means Line of Packets, sailing semi-weekly throughout the season. The ships comprising the above Lines are already well known to be all of tlio first and largest class, commanded by the most experienced men, In the different trades, are fitted up strictly with an eye to the comfort of passengers of every grade, and will sail punctually on their stated days. W. A J. T. Tapscott A Co. can confidently assert that they now possess facilities for carrying on the Emigration business between the Old aud new World, superior to any I other establishment in the country, anil through their ! own exertions and the combined efforts ef William Taps cott A Co., of Liverpool, their numerous customers may rest assured that the greatest punctuality will be noticed and perfect satisfaction given In every branch of their business. REMITTANCES TO ENGLAND, IRELAND, SCOTLAND, AND WALES. The subrcribers supply Drafts for any amount from ?1 upwards, drawn direct and payable at the National Bank or Ireland and Branches, Exchange A Discount Bank, and Wm. Tapscott A Co., Liverpool; National Provincial Bank of England, Bank of Scotland and Brandies, Messrs. James Butt, Sons A Co., London. All of which are paid on demand, without discount or any other charge. Persons residing In the country and wishing to send money to their friends, may insure its being sent satisfac torily, on their remitting to the subscribers the amount they wish sent, with the name and address of the person for whom it is intended; u draft for the amount will then be forwarded, per first sailing Packet or Steamer, and a receipt lor the same returned by Mall. Persons having money in the Old Country which they wish to receive, without the expehse of going for It, may get it safely transmitted by Its being deposits! wllli Wm. Tapscott A Co , Liverpool, and an order from them for the amount will meet promt payment hurt*. TO KMI'IRANTS TOR THE FAR WEST. W. A J. T. TAPSCOTT A CO. having the most extended arrangements for conveyance of passengers from New York to the Far West of any house In the trade, they are enabled to offer them any mode of conveyance, whether ] railroad, canal, or steam'siat, and that at prices as low . as are usually paid for tho worst possible conveyance, and i with a certainty of their not being subjected to any delay or Imposition on the route. | Pamphlets with full descriptions of all the various j routes, with rates of fare for any place not beyond the i Mississippi, fincludlng Canada,) can he lirut gratis. Every information given on application either person ally, or by letter addressed to W. A J. T. TAPSCOTT A Co., At their General Emigration and Foreign Exchange Office. 86 South st., .New York. Or to WM. TAPSCOTT A 00, St. George's Buildings, Regent's Road, Liverpool. CHARLES McDERMOTT, Esq., Agent for Lowell, Mas sarliusettS. mar 24? BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. 8UMMERARRANGEMENT HOURS OF DEPARTURE of the Passenger Trains on the Main Stem and Washington Branch of the Baltimore A Ohio Railroad: MAIN STEM?Westwards. For Cumberland, Hancock. Martinsburg, Harper's Ferry, Winchester.Frederick, Ellloott's Mills.and iritermi-dinte points, daily, at 8 o'clock, a. m. Night Express Train for Cumberland nnd the West leaves dally at 0 o'clock, p. in. Kmtwa*KV. From Cumberland, daily, at 8, a. m. Do. do., by express train for Baltimore, at 10 p. m. Hancock, 10% a. m. Martinsburg, 11' , i Harper's Ferry, 1 ^ a. m. Frederick, 7 y, a. m. and Passengers going to, or coming from the n est, by the express train, pass over the mountains in the day-time, snd those who leave New York at 9 o'clock, a. in., and come through by the express train from Philadelphia, will take the evening train from Baltimore. The train from Cumberland will arrive to breakfast at Baltimore, and its passengers can take the early line for Philadelphia and New York. Through tickets are issued between Baltimore and ? Wheeling $11 00 Between Baltimore and Itttsburg 10 00 Anil between Philadelphia and Wheeling ... 1)1 IN) And between Philadelphia and littsburg ... 12 00 Between Staunton, Va.. and Baltimore .... 8 60 The accommodation train between Baltimore and Fred erick will mti as at present, leaving Baltimore at 4^?, p. m., and Frederick at 40 minutes past 7, a. m., Sundays excepted. Fare at the rate of three cents per mils. WASHINGTON BRANCH. From Baltimore at ft, a. m. and 5 p. m., daily; anil at 9, a. m. dally, except Sundays. From Washington at ft, a. m. and 6. p. m., and at 9, a. m., daily, except Sundays. Round trip tickets, to and from the Relay House, thirty cents cacti. By orders mar 24? 3. T. ENOLAND, Agent. CALIFORNIA STEAMERS. N'EW LINE, for 20th of March, May, July. September, _ and November. Through in 36 days. Passage se cured, by early application, cabin for $326; second cabin, $280; steerage, only $150. Information circulars sent gratis to order. Office, 179 Broadway, New York, mar 24? ARNOLD BUltUM A CO. PASSAGE FROM LIVERPOOL AND IRELAND. 'Parties desirous of bringing their friends nut from iTie Old C-ountry, In first class packet ships, sailing from Liverpool on the first day of every month, can obtain cer tificates of passage which will stand good for eight months, on application to GEORGE McHKNRY A CO., mar 24?d No. 87, Walnut street, Philadelphia. Gregory'? California Package Express SuHSCK ?.tet&rsftassrs^ of parcels, jewelry, valuables aud mail able matter, which will In all cane* arrive lu Man Fran cUeo by tlw mail uteuuuf*, aud bedeUvtrcd iu advance ol the mail. We beg to announce to the public that wo have entered into connexion with the heaviest transportation house on tlie Iathmtu, who are bound to us to transport our g<**iH , i. ^ 'latere* to Panama, in advance of iul otJmr tjcprw*. and having made arrangement* with the U. S. Mail and all other steamers on the Pacific, for the carriage of our Kuarautce their delivery iu fun JhraiiciHM) within u bjioriiiud time. t M !!i?? HU^rIoii of the line, for the the U s Mull '"wifi-Ht advantages over fa Hon of l, H. r- * ?UWf??npetituw, in the tamnpor prccinti'd by the public TlTJ .! n , f y K'meru ly ap delivercd |,J u* Ce or fourda^in^iv^? 'i:,1""*"' competition, being properly estimated. other . ,J have nlrto established agencieH in OUAVAnrn CALLAO, and VALPARAISO, fV.r which p<?^ and 0U.Ir i" ?? Jtfif ?8ouUl American coast, we are prci.arod in weeive IJJTTKHSand PARCELS, which will li. prouVptlv despatched to the'r destination by our agent iu Panama ho mail for South America in made up but once n month. THOMPSON A IIITCllCOCK, Managers and Agents, 149 Pear, oor. of Wall at.. New York REFER BY PERMISSION, to Messrs. Jobnara A Low den, 116 Hall st.; S|?offord, Tilestou A Co., 48 South st.; Nemnith & Co., 60 Pine at.; and Levi Aiurar 6l Co., 75 Dev ? street. ?1 lnnr : FANCY GOODS, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC, WM- ?? CAHY & CO., ? 4;t and 240 Pearl street, New T T lork, invite the attention of the City and Distant Jobbing trade to their large and varied stock of goods which they offer at the lowest rates, either for cash or ui> proved credit. ' Under their present arrangements they can offer great inducements on all their Foreign Goods, and will giv? their customers the benefit of the large discounts which ( buLl"lVU 8 y Increased amount of their pur They pledge themselves to sell many styles of American Goods at manufacturer/* prices. 1 heir ?tock will be kept full during the whole year, and ?M ? 'J'hey particularly W #h ii V and **outh American dealers to exuni ine their stock of Jewelry, manufactured expressly for thuir 8tock of Ivory Cou,b8' ud?>iU" r .Thu ?'llowiuK articles constitute a part of their stock UbIa'llrd^'irVMitOUl? Iuakt'r8'l)lai" "lid satin finislutd, .T"' colored, Nos. 20x80 Spool Cotton?Clark s, Alexander's, Smith's Eagle, and Refflugton s, white, black, and colored, Nos. 10x160 to 300 yards ' Dobbin*?Linen and cotton, assorted colors and Cutlery?Razors, Knives, Shears, Scissors, and Table Ku vesand Forks, Wad,. & Butcher's, Wostenholm's, Hodgers , and other celebrated makers Brushes-Hair, Cloth, Teeth, Paint, Varnish, Shaving, variety ' 8,'rubbiu?> &c-> in *n-at Musical Instruments-Accordions, Violins, Flutes, Fifes ! Clarionets, Harmonicans, Ac. ' ' I Fans?A large and rich assortment, consisting of bcauti- i fully carved pearl, ivory, bone, and wood sticks; alao 1 plain sticks, with plain, fancy, and silvered paper f-*",":-8' a^,SS8' ari'1 N,'U> 1 Wfinches Combs-P ain and taney Tuck, Dressing, Pocket, and Side, of shell, buflalo, and horn Guns?Sjugle and Double, English and American, real and imitation Twist; also a variety of Rifles Pistols?F,nglish and German, Pocket, Belt, and Holster; Colts and Allen and Thurber's Revolvers; also a complete assortment of Sporting Apparatus I ernimery?Lubin's, Mangenet & Coudray's, river's, Pin aud s, h nd JSde's line Extracts Soaps?Low's White and Brown, Windsor and Honey; Lubin s, Guerlain's, Pinaud's, and Mangenet & Cou- 1 drny's assorted styles, Ac., &r. ALSo-l'ercussion Caps, Nee.lleg, Pins. Hooks and Eves, Steel I ens, Suspenders, Buttons ot all styles, Pocket 1 books. Port Monnaies, Purses, Stationery, Beads, \V balebone, Looking-glaHnes, Ac., &c. Ivory, Tortoise Shell, Pearl Shell, Horns, Tips, Ac., for manufacturers. Catalogues in the French, Spanish, German, and Eng lish languages. mar '24? OTATWNKHS; WAREHOUSE. 26 South Fourth Stmt, 1 hiladelphia. (W holesnle only.) , i. f" L,niAN, Importer of French and Eng lish Stationery, offers to the trade, at Stationers' Ware house, a complete assortment of STAPHS AND FANCY STATIONERY, Of the best quality, at the lowest rates. mar 24? LAURENCE THOMSON & CO., IMPORTERS of Brandies, Wines, and Segars, No. 1 Ex change Place, Baltimore, offer for sale au extensive assortment of? BRANDIES?J. Ilennessy, J. ,T. Duraud, superior old I f can l?>uis, 1811 and 183S; Maglory; Otard, Dupuy & Co ; | I inet, Caatillon & Co.; Martell; J. Uurand A Co.; A. Seiir ( nette; J. J. Dupuy and J. Eraud brands. WINES?Champagne, Claret, and Hock, of various ' Also, Port, Sherry, Mi?leira, Sicily, Lisbon, Bur S Malaga, and other W ines, in great variety. I SEGARS?Havana and Principe Segars, of approved 1 .iw V co5WtailUy receiving from the manufacturers. HOLLAND GIN?Grape and Gray Mare brands, of fine flavor; also, London Brown Stout and Porter; Bordeaux ' !V.V " Sweet Oil, Sardines, Maccaronf, A'erinicelli ; Olives, ( afMTs, Castile Soap, Bay Rum, Roll Brimstone, j Canary Seed, 4c. mar .,4_ BRINK a DI RBIN, Iron a sterl Her* chanth, Importers and dealers in American, i swede. Norwegian. Refined. Cable, and common English Iron; manufacturers of Boiler. Rivets and Spikes. I loon . *!"'? Kh"". B<iiler, Sheet. Small Iron, Axle Iron] 113 North W ater street, ?nd 64 North Delaware avenue, mar 24? QHEPPAED * VAN HABLINGEN, No. 274 Chesnut ^ - street, above Tenth, Philadelphia, have just received per Htesmer splendid Table and Piano Covers, Damask Table Cloths, Napkins, Moreens, and lVorstod Daina-ks. mar 24? First Premium Grand and Square Pianos. KNABE A G.EIILK, Manufacturers, Nos. 4, 0, 8, 9, and 11 Eutaw street. Bal timore. New tributes to the excellence of Baltimore made Piano Fortes. The Maryland Institute, at their last exhibition, awarded to us the Hrst Premium for tin* Is-st Graiid Piano, and also the First Premium for the best Square Piano exhibiti-d I It will l>e recollected that in 1848, our Piano also received | the First Premium by the some Institute. I Such testimonials are not easily earned, and are not to i be lightly regarded. We may therefore say that having i taken the First Premium, wherever our Instruments met with competition, we offer them to the public with a con fidence wo might not otherwise avow, guaranteeing all Instruments made by us to give satisfaction, or they may be exchanged within six months from day of sale. The durability of our workmanship we further guarantee for I five years. 1 Having just completed large additions to our Manufac j tory, we hope now to supply all who may honor us with their patronage ; and we fnvite all who deaire a superior Instrument, carefully adapU-d to the climate?a very Im portant matter, and which we have made our careful stiuly?to call aud examine our various styles, which we , are constantly finishing, and which will be sold at the lowest market price f>r cash or approved paper. In addition to the above public testimonials, our Pianos are recommended in terms of the highest praise by the following eminent artists, whose certificates can be'seen ?t our w arc rooms : Charles Bochsa, the great composer and rnusicAl director to Mad. A. Bishop; Mr. Oeo. Knoop; | Miss Adele and Charles Hohnstock. and other distin I gnishcil performers. To the many accomplished Professors j and Amateurs, by whom our Pianos are constantly used | whilst making our thankful acknowledgment* to them wn refer for further testimonials. J Old Pianos taken in exchange. Pianos hired and tuned. D,nr 24 SILK GOODS. BOWKN a McXAMKE, 112 and 111 Broadway. New \ork, have now In store, and will receive by early packets and steamers, a very extensive assortment of French, German, English, Italian, and India SILK AND FANCY GOODS, embracing every variety of the newest and richest stiles oficrod in this market. Sample card* ar?? now rt*a<ly I for exhibition. Morrhant* from every section of the j country, and particularly our old friends and custom | ers. are assured that every attention has been paid to j present a stock of goods, unequalled, either in extent or j variety, by any similar establishment In the country. Many of our richest goods are manufactured ft-orn de sign* or samples furnished ^iy 11s, and will be found | adapted to the best trade in the larger cities and towns. The following embrace the I calling articles of our stock: | Extra rich f'henc and llroeade Silks. Rich Paris Bareges. Muslins, and Organdies. Rich printed Silk Tissues, new article. | New style Knirllsh Poplins. Barege de I .at ties, Paris patterns. New style French Prints. English, Scotch, and American Printed Lawns. Super Black Gros de Rhine*. French and English Ginghams. Plain and embroidered Canton Crape Shawl*. Rich Paris Ribbons, large assortment. Millinery Silks, Crapes, Ac. Dress Trimmings, newest style. Bombasine*. Alpacas, and Muslin de Laine*. I<ace* and Embroidery. Linens and V\ hite Oond* of every description. Kid Glovea, best manufacture. English and Oerman Silk and Cotton Hosiery. I-ong and Square Cashmere Shawls. Rich Silk Mantillas, great variety. Pongee and Spitalfield Handkerchief)). Italian Cravats and Sewing Silks. Also, a great variety ot rich goods for evening dresses not enumerated in the above. Also, Sinchcws, Sameta, Fancv Silk Cravats. Bav State Plaid lx>ng Shawls, Mnen Cambric Handkerchiefs,' Orecn Barege*. Satin*, Silk ScarA, Sn*pertders, Plain black and high colored Mousellne de Ijiines, Turkey red I'rlnt* Curtain Muslins, Oil Silks, Belt Ribbons, Serge, Satin' Vesting*, Ac. ?<" Thosa who visit this market for Silk Cood*. who would consult their interest, and who desire to see a stock unsurpassed in every department at the very low eat market prices, are respectfully invited to call, mar 24? (1 REAT chance for Hook Agent* to clear from $600 to J $1,000* year I Books of univcr.-al utility. SEARS' NKW AND 1*01111.Alt WORKS?thp uo?t splendidly illustrated volnines for families ever issued on the Ame rican continent. containing more than roua thousand en limviNus, designed ami executed by the most eminent artists of F:ngland and America. 'l'he entire series have beeji cwreftalhr examined, and Strongly recommended to Superintendents, Trustees, and Teochers of Sch<*>ls, by the followingdisttaiguished gentle men: His Excellency Hamilton Fish, Ex-Goveruor of the State of New York; Christopher Morgan, Secretary of State, anil Snpcrinti ndent of Comuou Schools, N. Y. J T. Homcyn lk-ek, esq., M. I?., Secretary of the Regent* of the University, N. Y.; the Legislative Committee on Colleges, Academies, and Common Schools; Key. Edward Hitcli eock, Lb D-, President of Amherst College, and Professor 1 of Ueology, Massachusetts.* Amherst College, Dec. 26, 1848. Mr. Robert Sean?Dear .Sir : 1 have looked over the en tire series of your valuable publication* with much In terest and profit; and am quite surprised at the amount of literary labor you have performed, and the reavari h it must have cost you to obtain so ninny fine illustrations, while you have tin active Huperiutciidcnce of ail extensive business. 1 am also gratified at the decidedly moral and religious influence which your book* will exert, and eau not but hope that tiiey will do utuch to counteract tho effects of that light and immoral literature which deiugus the land, and, like the frogs of Egypt, comes up even to the kneading troughs of our kitchens. May you live long to follow your plans. Respectfully and sinccrcly, your obliged servant, EDWARD HITCHCOCK. ?The works alluded to as having boeu examined and i recommended, are us follows: A new aud popular Pictorial ? Description of the United States, Pictorial History of the American Revolution, Scenes and Sketches of Continental Europe, Description or Urcat Britain and Ireland, Picto ; l iul Family Annual, Treasury of Knowledge, Information for the People, The Family Instructor, Pictorial Sunday Hook, Hible Biography, Bible History, aud second series of The Wonders of the World. Gentlemen of respectability and of good address wanted to sell (he above popular Pictorial Works. Full particu lars of the principles and profits of the Agency will b? given on application either personally or by letter. The postage must in all cases he paid. Please address ROBERT SEARS, Publisher, mar 24? 1'28 Nassau street, N.Y. WM. GOODRICH & CO'B MERCANTILE & LAW AGENCY, No. 110 Market St., Philadelphia. A8SOCI.ITS OFHCM. TAPPAN A DOUGLASS, New York. E. RUSSELL & CO., (late Geo. VV. Gordon,) Boston. J. I>. PRATT A CO.. Baltimore. WM. H. PIERCE A CO., Cincinnati. CH AS. BARLOW A CO., St. Louis. WM. B. PIERCE & CO., Louisville. This well known aud extensive establishment invites Merchants, Manufacturers, and Bankers, to an investiga tion of its system, and gratuitous test of its records of the standing and responsibility o traders in the U. States. Our increased patronage has enabled us, during the past year, to open offices in Cincinnati, Louisville, St. Louis, and New Orleans; those, in connection with our long es tablished offices in Boston, New York, aud Baltimore, enable us to offer facilities and advantages which time and experience alone could accumulate, and which we believe are unequalled. Wo are prepared to make collections in any of the States, Territories, Canada, England, Ireland, Scotland, France, Germany, and in any commercial port of the world, and will pay particular attention to old and doubtful debts, iu the collection of which class we have extraordinary facili ' ties, and have been unusually successful. i Having full lists and reports of nearly all the Attorneys i in file United States, we are at all times prepared to fur I nish you, gratuitously, 11 >e names of good and responsible i lawyers in any part of the United States and Canadas. Connected with our Agency is a Commissioner for near ly all the States, who i? enabled to afford every facility and legal lbrm for preparing accounts, Ac., for immediate use, thereby avoiding a delay often fatal to the collection of a debt. mar 24 General Emigration and. Passage Office, No. 37 Hurling Slip, New York, near FuiUm Ferry. riMIK subscriber begs leave to inform his friends and 1 the public, that his arrangements are such for bring ; iug out and forwarding passengers to and from Liverpool i by the old and favorite lilack Star Line of Packets, sailing to and from New York and Liverpool every week, as to ensure cheap and quick conveyances. The flaps com prising this line are all new and first class packets, com manded by old and experienced commanders. Also, Agent for the Star Line of Glasgow Packets, sail 1 ing every month. Also, Agent for the splendid Line of I New Y'ork and Louisiana Line of New Orleans packcts, sailing every week. Drafts at sight furnished for any amount on Kngland, Ireland, and Scotland. TliOS. H. O'BRIEN, mar ? 37 Burling Slip, 2 doors from South st. LEVERETT'S LATIN LEXICON, ].ENLARGED AND IMPROVED, compiled chiefly from i tlie Mlignum Totius Latinitatis lexicon at Facciolati aud Forceilini, and the Uerman works of Hcheller and Lue nemann, embracing, also, the classical distinctions of 1 words, and the Etymological Index from Freund's Lexi con. The present edition of this standard and favorite Latin 1 Lexicon has been much improved by the transfer to its 1 columns of the classical distinctions of Latin words, as ' given in the Lexicon of Dr. Win. Kround, of (iermany, and translated by Riddle. The classical degree of each wonl Is indicated by a figure; for cxnmple, a word without a figure infMy rln.wirnl and < \rmmian ; with the figures 1, i. and 3, words are classical only in the first, sec ond, Ac., degrees; ami this dislinotion the student per ceive* at a glance. The Etymological Index, also from Freund's Lexicon, has been incorporated into the present edition of Lcverett, and will be found a valuable acquisi tion. While transferring these notes and marks, cata logues were carefully kept of the words found in each lexicon, which were not found in the other. On compar ing these catalogues, it was found that the value and im portance of the additional words found in I?verett, so far as a knowledge of tin: Latin language is concerned, very far exceeds that of those found hi Kiddle's F round. The extensive use of Levcrctt's Lexicon in all parts of the country, ami the preference which has tieen universally given to it over all similar works, render its recommenda tion superfluous; but attention to this new edition is respectfully invited, as being still more worthy than it* predecessors of the distinguished favor which the work lias hitherto received. WILKIN'S, CARTER A Co., Publishers, mar 24? 10 Water street, Boston. BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE, AND Til It BRITISH QUARTERLY REVIEWS. / \W1NG to the Iat?- revolutions aud counter-revolutions \ / among the nations of Europe, which haTe followed each other in such quick succession, nnd of which " the. end it iioi y>i," the leading jieriodicals of (treat Britain have become invested with a degree of interest hitherto unknown. They occupy a middle ground Is-tween the I hasty, disjointed. nrnl necessarily Imperfect records of tho newspapers, and tho elalsirate and ponderous trestle* to be furnished by the historian at a future day. Whoever roads these periodical! obtains a correct and connected ac count of nil the important political events of the Old World, as they occur, and learns the various conclusions drawn from then by the leading spirits of the age. The American publishers therefore deem it proper to call re newed attention to tho works they publish, and the very low prices at which they are offered to sutmcriber*. Tho following is their list, viz : The Loano* Quarterly Review, The F'.mnuuroii Review, Tin N"RTh British Review, The Westminster Review,and Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine. In these periodical' are contained fhe views, moderately tlioiuh clearly and thinly expressed, of the three greatest parties In Knglnnd?Tory. Whig, and Kadical: "Black wood" and the ?? Ijoudon Quarterly" arc Tory, the Edin burgh Review" Whig, ami the "Westminster Review" Liberal. The "North British Review" owes its establish ment lo the last ureat eccle?in?tical movement in Scotland, and is not ultra in its views on any one of the grand de partments ofhnmnn knowledge. It was originally edited by I>r. Chalmers, snd now, since his death, is conducted by his son-in-law. Dr. Ilanna. associated with Sir David Brewster. It* literary character is of the very highest order. Tho ?? Westminster," though reprinted under that title only, is published in England under the title of the " Foreign Quarterly ami Westminster," It being in fact a union of the two lieviews formerly published and reprinted under separate titles. |t bas. therefore, the advantage, by this combination, of iinitinu in one work the best features 1 of both, as heretofore issued. The above Periodical nro reprinted In New York, imme diately on their arrival by the British steamers, iu a beau tiful eh ?r type, on fine white paper, and are faithful co pie- of the originals flackwcssl's Magazine being an ex act fac .nmilr of the Edinburgh edition. tbkms: For any one of the four Reviews, $3 00 per annum. For any two, do b 00 M For anv three. do 7 00 " For all four of the Reviews, 8 00 " For Blackwood's Magazine, 3 00 " For Blackwood and three Reviews, H 00 " F'or Blackwood and four Reviews, 10 00 '* 1'utjmniU to be made in all criset in advance. Vw Keinittances and communications should be alwajft addressed, post paid or franked, to the Publishers, LEONARD SCOTT A CO., 79 F'ulton stmt, New York, mar 24? Entrance o4 Gold ft. /v E V A N S' FIR E A N I> TillEF PROOF SAFES, \ I, for the ue of Merchants, Storekeepers, and otberwi ? full assortment of various sizes now in store. Theabovo Chests arc warranted equal to any other make for security against Fire or Burglars, having withstood the test of both without Injury or loss to the owucra, In any instance. Aij?o?In store and for sale: Seal and Letter Copying Presses and Books Trucks, for moving Boxes, Bales. Ac., in Stores Druggists' Presses, with Cylinders and Pans Packing !<evers, for Dry Good Stores, Ac. Portable Shower Baths, of new construction, suitable for warm or cold water Refrigerators, for keening Mints, Butter, Milk, Ac., in dining room, hall, or cellar Water Filters, for purifying muddy or bad Water, caused by Rains, Limestone, Marl, or other causes. OLIVER EVANS, fll P. Second, 1 door below Chesfnut street, max 24-4 Philadelphia.