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THURSDAY AFTEKNOON, JUNE 26. Bub risea * . . 4h.85m. 1 Sua leti . - - 7h. 20m. AMUSEMENTS. ODD-FELLOWS' HALL. Grand Gala Night and Benefit of the Wathlugtou Monument Fund. SB. SANDFORD'8 New Orleans Opera and Ballet ? Troupe will give their uulquu entertainment ou Thursday evening, June 20; on which occasion the re ceipts will be devoted to the above fund The Company will On this evening sing " Washington's Gr^ve;" Cards of admission 36 cents. Doors Open at quarter past 7 ; performance to oommence at 8 O'clock. MBF Will open at Georgetown on Friday and Saturday evenings. J uue 25?2t F0RBE8T HALL?GEORGETOWN. Young Men's Dramatic Association. Stage Director - - - - Mr. Glenn. 49*The seats have been elevated, to acoommodate the great crowd. THURSDAY EVENING, June 20, Will be presented the Tragedy of BERTRAM. Violin Solo?"Sounds from Homo"?by Mr. Fisher. To conclude with the laughable Farce of THE OMNIBUS. Cards of admission 25 cents; Children, accompanied by their parents, half-prioe. Performance to commence at 8 o'clock precisely. O" Visiters from Washington wishing to return by the Omnibus will please leave their names at the door. June 26?2t Pleasure Excursion to Piney Point, Old Point, Norfolk, and Cape Henry. , _ n|| "" 1^ The steamer OSCEOLA will leave Wush JaJflgiMWC ington upon an excursion to the above places on Thursday, July 3, at 3 o'clock p. in., arriving at Piney Point the same evening, and at Norfolk early next morning, when she will leave again at 9 o'clock for Old Point, where the passengers can pass the Fourth of July most pleasantly, in bathing, fishing, boat-sailing, en joying the sea breeze, and viewing Fortress Monroe, which is the largest military work in the Union. In the afternoon the boat will make a trip to sea, and return to Norfolk after the magnificent display of fire works from the fortifications. The Osceola will leave for homo the next day, (Satur day,^ alter giving the party ample time to visit the navy yard, dry-dock, big ship Pennsylvania, Ac. The table will be supplied with all the delicacies which the salt water affords. Good music will be in attendance. Passage and fore for the round trip, fO; for a gentleman and lady, $10. J. MITCHELL, Captain. June 26?td FESTIVAL. rflHE Ladies connected with the Methodist Episcopal _|_ Church South, invite the Public to a Festival which will be held at Apollo Ilall, commencing Tuesday eve ning, June 24th, and continued every evening until the 6th of July. A great variety of useful and fancy arti cles, together with the best refreshments of the seuson, will be offered for sale on reasonable terms. They re spectfully invite the patronage of the Public in this their first effort to assist in paying the debt due on their house of worship. June 23?6t KOBE NEW G00D3 AND FASHIONS. T) J. STEER, Draper and Tailor, has in store a full I , and beautiful stock of superior French, English, and American Cloths, Cassimeres, and Actings, of the colors, shades, and styles now most popular. Also, Drap d'Etes, Cashmeres, Cashmeretts, Zephyr and Habit Cloths, Linen Drillings, Linen and Marseilles Vestings, Ac., in great variety; all of which we make up in superior style and at low prices. Also, a stock of Gentlemen's Furnishing Articles, adapted to the season. Gentlemen who like to be pleased, both with an article and the price of it, are invited to call and try us. June 10?dtf Eighth st., 3 doors from the Avenue. GREAT EEDUCTIONOF PRICES! Bargain* ! Bargains ! ! McLAIN & HARRY, Seventh Street, would most re spectfully inform their friends and the public gene rally, that they are positively selling off their stock ot Spring and Summer Goods at prime cost, for CASH. Pur chasers may rest assured that there is no humbug about it. All they ask is a call, and they promise that none shall go away disappointed. Itemember that their store, for the present, is on SEVENTH STREET, between 11 and I. [June 9?tf Decided bargains in dry goods. The subscriber takes pleasure in announcing to liis friends and customers, and the public generally, that he has again opened a largo lot of New Goods, and is grati fied to state that be is now Belling at least 25 per cent, cheaper than at any time this season. We name, in part? 30 pieces Barege, good styles, at 26 cents 10 do plain do, all shades 20 do Barege, very fine quality, choice styles 10 do Tissue 50 do Embroidered Muslins, all prices 10 do printed Swiss Muslins, new and pretty 20 do printed French Brillanteens 20 do fine French Lawns 25 do do printed Jaconets 100 do medium and low-priced Lawns 60 do and parts of pieces Barege de Laine, very low 50 do plain, striped, and chequered Silks 12 do Dlack Silks, some very superior 10 do white Marseilles Vesting 20 patterns fang do do 10 pieces white Drillings, some extra good 12 do foncy-oolorod French Cloth 20 do plain and fancy Cassimeres, various styles 100 do various low-prtcod materials for men's, boys', and servants' wear With a general and full stock of all kinds of domestic goods, the whole of which will be sold on very pleasing terms. Persons buying will find It much to their advan tage to give me a call. . G. W. YERBY, June 18?eo2w Paav, bet 7 th and 8th sts. NEW SPRING GOODS JUST RECEIVED. _ fla G. W. HINTON, Merchant Tailor, respectfully Informs his customers and fellow-citizens that he HA has just returned from the North with a splendid JUL assortment of French and Knglisli Cloths, Cassi meres, and Vestings, of ail kinds, which he invites them to call and examine. Mb stock of goods, which is of tlie 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 l?est manner and latest style, by Lockwood A Co., of New York. G. W. HINTON, ap 21?tf Pa. av., north side, bet'n4Vj and fith sts. MERINO UNDERSHIRTS. I / \ dozen Gauze Merino Undershirts 1" 5 do do do extra sizes 10 do Merino and Cotton Drawers 6 do Silk Undershirts 60 do half H6ae, bleached, unbleached, and striped 20 do Llnencamhrlc Handkerchiefs, plain and col ored borders 20 pieces silk Handkerchiefs 10 do do do extra nice 60 dozen silk, kid, lisle thread, and cotton Gloves With a large assortment of goods adapted to gentle men's summer wear. The above will be sold very low for the cash only. O. W. YERBY, June 18?lmd Pa av, bet 7th and8th sts. JOHN L. SMITH, [ATTORNEY AT LAW AND MAGISTRATE, Office Eighth street, opposite Market. lUSTNBBS of all kinds requiring the attention of an Attorney, Magistrate, or Agent, will !?? promptly attended to. Claims brought before Congress and the Departments will receive prompt attention by being placed la his hands. Fee moderate. June 12?y INFORMATION. GW. YERBY, Pennsylvania avenue, between 7th , and 8th streets, la this day opening another very cheap lot of DRY GOODS, which will be sold at very re duced prices for the cash only. Persons wanting Goods will do well to call and examine, as the present Stock is at least 26 per cent, cheaper than has been offered this season. June 14?dlmlf B THOMAS M. HARVEY, Carpenter if Builder, F ttreet, between 9th $ lOfA, IS now prepared to fill orders for any work In his line. JOBBING promptly executed, at moderate charges. Residence corner New York avenue and Tenth street. June 18?<Jy> GREAT BARGAIN8. ~~ IF. MUDD, M ?rc IIA NT Tailor, D street, between Sev . enth and Eighth, Invites the attention of his custo mers and the public generally to his choice assortment of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, consisting of Cloths, (Cassimeres, Cashmerettes, and Vestings of every descrip tion?ail of which he will make up to order on the most reasonable terms. All orders punctually attended to. Making and trim ming done In the best manner for those who furnish their own cloth. Thankful to his friends for past fovors, he respectfully solicits a oontlnuance of the same. June 3?dim Braai Musical Inatrumenta, AT MRS. ANDERSON'S Music and Fancy Store.? Purchasers can be furnished with Soprano and Barytone SAX-HORNS, ALTO HORNS, C0RNET8, 11ASS TUBIAS, and Tenor and Bass TROMBONES, of superior finish and warranted tone. 'T.' T*n,horlnes, Triangles, Brass-bound Violin Cams, together with a largo assortment of Musi cal merchandise. I'lpase call and examine befbre purchasing elsewhere. ?Inns %?dim Penn av, het'n 11th and 12th streets. PIANOS. NEW AND SECOND-HAND PIANOS always on hand, for sale and to rent, on fj 1 M n ft mod*r*t* terms, at the Piano Store, on \J a * J U 12th street, above P street. ' New MUSIC STOOLS for sale. mar ??<Wm? F. 0. REICHENBACH. GEORGETOWN AND ITS AFFAIRS. Gio&aiTowM, June 26?12 m. At Forrest Hull to-night, the Young Men's Dramatic Association will give another of their interesting entertainments. It is only neces sary to say that Captain Shanks and several others of the most talented of the company will appear in their favorite characters, to insure them a full house. The election of officers in Mechanic's Lodge, I. 0. 0. F., for the ensuing term, came off last night, and resulted in the following selections: For N. G., M. Dashields; V. G., C. B. Rice; Treasurer, John Wade ; Recording Secretary, Charles Boaman; F. S., John Garret. They will be installed by the officers of the Grand Lodge on the 1st Wednesday in July. Our property is beginning to be much sought after, and almost every day sales are taking place of both improved and unimproved, at prices far above what it could have been bought for one or two years ago. There is nothing doing in the flour or grain market, and prices remain unchanged. From some cause unknown, there has been no arrivals by the Canal since my last. ' , ' ' ' Electro. Melancholy Deaths by Drownimo at Clin ton.?A party of four, consisting of Mr. Thomas Gallihan, his sister, Miss Selina Cobb, and a young gentleman, started from Clinton on Fri day last, for a sailing excursion in the harbor. The wind blew fresh at the time, and a sudden change in its direction capsized the boat, throw ing them all into the water. Mr. G. and the two ladies gained the boat which was now bot tom upward, while the young man swam to the shore, some distance, for assistance. During the interval the persons on the boat were swept off by a heavy sea. Mr. G. managed to regain the boat, and was compelled to listen to the cries, and witness the last struggles of the young ladies without being able to render them any aid. Search was made for the bodies on Saturday, but without success up to the time our informants left.?New Ilaven Palladium. Justice to Wm. Penn.?The London corres pondent of the Philadelphia North American states that Macaulay's charges against William Penn have been refuted by the discovery of some valuable documents relating to the life of the Duke of Monmouth. Penn was accused of extorting money for negotiating pardons for persons condemned to death. A cash-book has been found by Mr. Roberts, in which it is re corded that a Mr. Pinney, an ancestor of Wm. Penny, esq., M. P., was condemned to death, and that his ransom was paid to one " George Pennc." Documents which were searched iu the State Paper office by Mr. Roberts for ma terials for his life of the Duke of Monmouth, show that " Mr. Penne" was in no one instance intended for William Penn; therefore the founder of Pennsylvania is entirely exculpated from the serious charges made against his memory by Mr. Macaulay. GEORGETOWN? J. SODA WATER. L. KIDWELL'Scelcbrated Soda Fountain has opened ff , for the Summer Campaign, at his headquarters in Georgetown, where his numerous friends aud customers can he supplied with the above article. Visiters from Washington and strangers generally will be much relieved from the effects of a dusty ride on a hot day by calling at his Drug Store on High street, may 15?tf EDUCATIONAL. rrHE UNION ACADEMY, Corner of FOUR JL TEENTII STREET aud NEW YORK AVENUE.? A new and elegant Building is being erected, and will be furnished in the most approvod modern style, to be opened on the. ls< September, 1851. Tho Register is now open, aud fast filling up with names of applicants for ad mission. Circulars can be had from the Principal, or at R. FAltNHAM'S Book Store. Examine?then decide. June 14?tf Z. RICHARDS, Principal. DR. J. M. AUSTIN, [Late of Warrenton, Via.) OFFICE and Residence?F street, north side, one door above 10th. mar 27?ThAStf 'PAVLOR di. MAURY, Booksellers and X Stationers, Pennsylvania avenue, near 0th street, have constantly on hand a full assortment of I BLANK BOOKS, SCHOOL BOOKS, PENS, INK, and I PAPER, of every variety, for sale at New York prices, ap 10?tf EPI8COPAL Prayer-books. Catholic Prayer-books. Methodist llymn-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, neaT 9th street. ALL of Harper A Brothers' Publications. All of Appleton's Publications. All of Putnam's Publications, Little A Brown's, Boston; and all books published in the United States. For sale at the publishers' prices by TAYLOR A MAURY, ap 18?tf Booksellers, near 9th st. ULED l.ETTKit PAl'KR at $1 25 a ream. Ruled Foolscap WriUng Paper at $1 25 a ream. Hood Envelopes at $1, $1 25, and $1 60 a thousand. Steel Pens at 25 ccnts, 50 cents, and 75 cents a gross. Small Wrapping Paper at 26 cents a ream. For salo at TAYLOR A MAURY'S mar 24? Book and Stationery store, near 9th st. 1 ABSENCE of COFFEE.?Another supply of I _I j this valuable and highly popular extract received to-day, and may be had, wholesale and retail, at the corner I of E and Seventh sts. J. F. CALLAN. June 21? 1^086ATE'8 Anodyne Cordial? . Never fails to cure Cholics, Cholera Morbus, Diar rheas, and the Summer Complaints generally, and may be had, at 37 cents per bottle, of J. F. CALLAN, June 11?dtr Corner of K and 7th streets. DEPOSITORY FOR THE METHODIST BOOK CONCERN, | T AEPOSITORY fbr the Massachusetts Sabbath School _L ' Society. All of Robert Carter A Brother's publlca I tions, and several other extensive publishers; miscella [ neous, school, and blank books and stationery, kept con | stantly on hand by A. (Jit A V, ap 8?eo 7th st., opposite Odd yellows' Hall. Soft Crabs, Lynhaven Oysters, and Pickled Oysters. J UST received, at the EMPIRE RESTAURANT, those delicacies, together wlUi the regular Bill of Faro, viz: Scrambled Eggs, Ham Omelet, Beef Steaks, Fresh Fish, Lamb Chops, Broiled Ham, ! Fried Pigs' Feet, Spring Chicken, Veal Cutlet, Poached Eggs, Coffee and Cakes, Sardines, Ac. ?which will bo served up at short notice. Also, Real Havana Cigars, and Old London Dock Bran dy, with Private Rooms for supper parties. Drop in, it you want the delicacies of the season, at ALLEN'S EM PI RE RESTAURANT, near Four-and-a-half street, IVnn sylvania avonue. may'21-eodfim 8CH00LS SUPPLIED WITH School Books of all kinds; Pens, Ink, Copy books, Ac. Also, Blank-books and Stationery in | every variety, by A. GRAY, ap 8?eo 7th St., opposite Odd Fellows' Hall. 8AMUEL WISE, CARPENTER AND BUILDER, (Late of the firm of Walker Jf Wise,) A 8 opened a shop on E street, opposite Temperance B Hall, between 9th and 10th streets. Itesidenoe on I street, north side, between 6th and 7th street*. mar 24?tf E. W. CROPLEY, Gunsmith; Locksmith and Hell-Hanger, Pennsylvania avenue, between 2d and .'Id streets. IANES dressed and mounted; Machine? and I .amps j repaired; Turning done in Ivory and Metals. June 4?eo FOR COLLECTOR. BF.TTKR LA TIC THAN NKVKR! rnilE VOTERS and Business men of Washington are I respectfully Informed that JAMES F. TUCKER so licits all their votes in the way of debt* fbr collection. He attends to his business promptly, and makes prompt re turns. He may be found at all times at the office of 'Squire Donn. He also attends to all business requiring tho services of an oftloer. may 28? tf [Washington News.l II c / BY TELEGRAPH. Baltimore, June 26?1J p. m. Nothing doing in flour to-day. Buyers offer $4.00. White corn is selliug at 08@04 cents; yellow at GO. Wheat unchanged. No news to forward. Nobfolk, June 26. The President could do nothing for the navy yard workmen, but referred them to the Secre tary of the Navy. A petition with two thousand signatures in favor of rescindiug the obnoxious order has been forwarded to Washington at two and a half o'clock this afternoon. Stubbs, for Mayor, was two hundred and eleven votes ahead and is certainly elected. Cincinnati, June 24. The Board of Health Bulletin to-day reports, after full investigation, only a few scattering cases of cholera, and nothing to cause alarm or to require more than occasional meetings of the Board. 1 Battle lu Iluytl. Nkw Yokk, June 25?3 p. m. Advices from Ilayti state that a battle had been fought between the Haytiens and Domini cans, in which forty of the former were killed. The loss of the latter is not stated, but they were preparing for another conflict. galling of the Steamalilp America. Boston, June 25?2 p. m. The Bteamship America sailed this morning with 88 passengers for Liverpool, and 13 for Halifax. The noted George Thompson, the English Abolitionist, goes out in her. Senatorial Election PoHtponed. Hahtkohi), Comn., June 25. The legislature, after three unsuccessful bal lotings, have indefinitely postponed the Sena torial election. Death's by Cholera. Louisville, June 24. There had been 20 deaths by cholera at Fort Smith, Ark., up to the 11th inst. Many re cruits had left and the sickness was abating. A CARD. THE subscribers respectfully notify tWrxc persons hav ing accounts with them that, according to the usual custom, their respective bills will be rendered in full to the 25th of the present month. They earnestly hope that all will bo prepared to make an early settlement, as it is indispensably necessary that every account on our books be paid at maturity, in orde^r that wo may the better be enabled to conduct the busi ness successfully, and, if possible, more advantageously to those of our citizens who have so liberally patronized our house since the organization of the present firm. CLAGETT, NEWTON, MAY & CO. June 20?co2w MEADOW BANK MINERAL SPRINGS. 1MIE SUBSCRIBER, having completed his large and pleasant building upon his farm in the country, about three miles from Washington city, on the Turnpike to Bladensburg, is now prepared to receive boarders. Gen tlemen with their families, or single persons, can be ac commodated with board and lodging by the month, week, or day. Pio-nic or other parties can also bo accommo dated by giving previous notice. Upon the Farm, near the house, is a Spa Spring, of well known medical properties, being strongly impreg nated wiih Sulphur, Iron, Salts, and Magnesia. There will be, at all times, at the Spring, Refreshments for visiters, viz: Lemonade, lee-Cream, and all the Fruits of the Beason. Disorderly persons excluded from the grounds, and no visiters received on Sundays, lie desires to be governed by the rules of Temperance, and conse quently will furnish no liquor to his guests. Means of conveyance from and to the city daily. Every exertion will be made to render visiters com fortable, and he respectfully solicits the patronage of the public. Meadow Banks, Juno 10,1851. 11. W. BURROWS. p.g_A good second-hand PIANO wanted, to purchase or rent. A good sober COOK can find a place by calling on the subscriber. Satisfactory reference required. Reference can be made to John F. Callan, esq., Clement II. ltennett, esq., or to John Van Keswick, esq. June 11?eo2m K. W. B. SHOES! SHOES!! SHOES!!! McLAIN A 1IAKRY have in store a good assortment of the above-named goods, suitable for Men, Boys', I jadies', Misses, and Children's wear, which must be sold for some price by the 1st of September. [June 0?tf BAREGES.?The subscriber has received 30 piece? Barege, very pretty patterns, which he is selliug for 20 cents per yard. G. W. YKRBY, June 17?d2w Penn av, bct'n 7 th and 8th streets SUPERIOR VIOLINS. JUST RECEIVED, at MRS. ANDERSON'S Music Store a few extra quality imitation "STRADUARIUS" and "AMATI" VIOLINS. Those who may be desirous of ob taining a ooon Instrument, are respectfully invited to call and examine them. Also Violin strings, of the very best quality, may 31?dim I Intel. * Alex, (laz?2awlm] ICE CREAM SALOON. T1IK BEAUTIFUL SALOON, on the corner of F and Ninth streets, near the Patent Office, is now open for ladies and gentlemen, where the best Cream of the season will be constantly kept on hand. Also, a choice assortment of Cakes. Families supplied with Cream and other Confectioneries in any part of the city at the shortest notice. juu?2?eotf H. ECKARDT. Dr. Stickland's American Family Pills. BESIDES the cathartic and anti-dyspeptic qualities of these Pills, their adaptation to purify the blood?to cure the Liver Complaint, Urinal and Abdominal Diseases, and especially that class of maladies known as Female Complaints; to relieve the system of Worms, and pimples on the skin?may be seen, as set forth In a pamphlet, which can be had gratuitously of the wholesale agent. A. GRAY, Bookseller, 7th street, opposite Odd-Fellows' Hall. N. B.?The above Pills como to me so highly recom mended, from so responsible a source, that I do not hesi tate to believe that they will prove to be as good as the HK8T ever introduced, and that it will not be huig before their popularity and sale will be unparaUtletl. Juno 6?eotf A. GRAY. NOT BAD TO TAKE. SHERMAN'S & FALES' Cough, Worm, Camphor, Cath artic, and Dysentery Lozenges. These Lozenges arc remedies the most pleasant to the taste imaginable, and truly safe and valuable for the pur poses intended. Try them. A. GRAY, Bookseller, Juno 13?eotf 7th street, opposite Odd-Fellows' Hall. White Sulphur Water, U1RKCT FROM THE SPRINGS, Greenbrier, Ya., for sale, in large or small quantities, by ' J. F. CALLAN. may 13 tf Comer E and Seventh sts. PROPERTY AGENCY. GEO. B. ARMSTRONG, REAL ESTATE BROKER, For the. Uniting and taU of JCeal Entat*, dc., Seventh street, (up stairs,) opposite office of Intelligencer. G. B. A. will givo prompt attention to, and active efforts In, the sale or leasing of all property confided to liis management. The attention of property-holders is re spectfully asked. may 13?2aw M A W t f BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT nOURS OF DEPARTURE of the Passenger Trains on the Main Stem and Washington Branch of the Baltimore A Ohio Railroad: MAIN STEM?Westward!.*. For Cumberland, Hancock, Martinsburg, Harper's Ferry, Winchester, Frederick, Ellicott's Mills, and intermediate points, dally, at 8 o'clock, a. m. Night Express Train for Cumberland and the West leaves daily at 0 o'clock, p. m. Eastwari>lt. From Cumberland, daily, at 8, a. m. Do. do., by express train for Baltimore, at 10 p.m. nancoek, 10% a. m. Martinsburg, 11 a. m. Harper's Ferry, 1 a. m. Frederick, 7 % a. m. and \% p. m. Passengers going to, or coming from the West, by the express train, pass over the mountains In the day-time, and those who leave New York at U o'clock, a. m., 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 fll 00 Between Baltimore and Pittsburg 10 00 And between Philadelphia and Wheeling ... 13 00 And between Philadelphia and Pittsburg . . . 12 00 Between Staunton, Va., and Baltimore . ." . . 8 60 The accommodation train between Baltimore and Fred erick will run as at present, leaving Baltimore at p. m , anil Frederick at 40 minutos past 7, a. m., Sundays excepted. Fare at the rate of three cents per mile. W ASHINGTON BRANCH. From Baltimore at 0, a. m. and 5 p. m., dally; and at 0, a. m., daily, except Sundays. From Washington at 6, a. m. and 5, p. m., and at 9, a. m., daily, except Sundays. Round trip ticket#, to and from the Relay House, thirty cent* each. By orders mar 24- J. T. ENGLAND, Agent. TRAVELING. SUMMER ARRANG EMEN1 ?1861 ? from New York and intermeduUe Places. T . . ^ 'N AN1> AMUOY HAIL ROAD and PMIa itolphiu and Treutou Railroad Hi leave Walnut street wharf, Philadelphia, for New Yor' i, ha follows: a a. a t r, , clans. 2(1 class. At o a. m., via C amden and Jersey city, ^ (Sunday* excepted,) fan, ? f2 50 At 0 a. in., via faculty and Jersey city. fare 3 2 80 At 10 a. in., via Cainden aud South Aiu boy, fare 3 2(W At 4 p. m.| via Caiuden aud South Am boy, fare - - 3 2 w At d p. ui., via Tacony aud Jersey city. (daily,) fare - - . 3 2 60 Emigrant and Transportation Line fi.om Philadelphia at 4 p. in., via Bordentowu and South Amboy, (except Sundays,) fere $1 &0. K p Merchandise transported at low rates to and fro in New York- may 7?d2m J08EPH WIMSATT, __ DKALtlR IN GROCERIES, WINES, TEAS, & LIQUORS, (or'nIiia Avenue anot Thirteenth street, ' may 20 Washinoton City, D. C. d A y A NEW IMPROVEMENT For Fitting up Stores with Fancy Fronts. J,?OI?19KR' J,uil<ler ??<! Architect, would respcct - A y lnform J"" friends and the public in general mat he is prepared to fit up Stores and build Fancy Fronts on an entire new plan, embracing all the latest improve ments. 'I he work can be done without stopping the buai ne?H while tlio work is going on. He is also prepared to do all kinds of work In the build ing line, at the shortest notice and on the most reasonable terms. Ail business entrusted to his care will be prompt; v attended to. J l'lace of business on D street, between 9th and 10th. _June 1?5jn UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS. XWE would invite the Ladies to call and cxamite our extensive Stock of Green, Blue, and Black Watered, Bordered and Lined Silk aud Satin l'u. -r I'ARASOLS?the largest assortment in the District at greatly reduced prices. Also a choice selection of UMBRELLAS, all of the lato at fashion, and the work warranted. JUST RECEIVED--* handsome variety of Silks and Scotch Ginghams for re-covering. Repairing aud Covering faithfully and punctually executed. X. C0RBIT A CO., may 6?6m Penn avenue, near 4 % street. ^ne sbeet of this Paper will de stroy 10,000 Flies. It is for sale, with full direc tions, at the corncr of E aud Seventh sts., by June 21? J. F. CALLAN. JAMES W. SHEAHAN, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, PRACTISES in the Courts of the District, and prose cutes claims of every description before the several Executive Departments and before Congress ,*?" offlco ind residence 21st -street, two doors north of 11 ap 11?tf Old Wines, Liquors, Segars, Fresh Foreign Fruits, Comestibles, etc., FOR SALE BY JAMES T. LLOYD & CO., Pennsylvania avenue, 3 doors east of Fifteenth street may 17?ly HARDWARE. THE subscribers have in store a good assortment of House Furnishing and Builders' Hardware, Cutlery, ?kc., which they offer to those in want at the lowest prices. Also, Agricultural and Gardening Implements, com posing all the articles used. oa .. J- T. RADCLIFF A CO., niar 2(1?tf Odd-Fellows' Hall, 7th street. JN0. B. KIBBEY & CO., Dealers in FINE GROCERIES, WINES, AND LIQUORS. No. 5, opposite Centre Market, ?P 10 Washixoton City, D. C. d A y C. H. VAN PATTEN, M. D^ Surgeon Dentist, Office near llrown's Hotel, Pennsylvania avenue, Charges New York and Philadelphia prices, and guaran ties his work to be equal to any done in those cities, ap 5?tf General Banking and Exchange Business. COPARTNERSHIP. npHE undersigned respectfully announce to the public L 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 A 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. BAYNK, mar 24?tf Of Baltimore, Maryland. GEORGE E. KIRK, ITouse and Sign Painter, and Glazier, South side Louisiana avenue, between 6th and 7th streets (Dwelling South F street, between 7tli and 8th street*! Island,) is prepared to execute to order all descriptions of work in his line. _ ap1r>?6m J. A, KIRKPATRICK, MARBLE AND FREE-STONE CUTTER, Estreet, between lilth and Wh, WashingUm (Sty, D. C. ' MARBLE MANTLES, Monuments, Tombs, Head and Foot Stones, Ac., constantly on hand, of the l>est 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 THE CHRISTIAN STATESMAN. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. Devoted to African Colonization and Civilization, to Literature and General Intelligence. rpHE undersigned propose to publish, in tho City of JL Washington, a weekly newspaper, bearing the above title, and dedicated to a sound morality in Polities, to the Union of the States, to the cause of African.Colonization and Civilization, and to ail topics of a high and general interest to their country and mankind. They will en deavor to Impress upon the People ami Government of the L nited States and of the several States the importance of colonizing in Africa, with their own consent, the free people of color of this country, and such as may become free. They will communicate to the public all important i information they may obtain in regard to the Geography, | Exploration, Resources, Commerce and Population of Af- i rico; the state of the Slave Trade, and the measures best ' adapted for Its suppression; and will enforcc the duty of j union among all Christian denominations in efforts to difr fuse the knowledge of our Arts, Liberty, and Christianity, i among the barbarous people of that Continent. They will aim to render the journal an instructive and useful Family Newspaper, and to secure for its columns, as the public favor shall enable them, contributions, lite rary and scientific, of decided merit. Tnr. Chuistiaji Statesman will be of tho slxe of the Home Journal or National Era, and exceed in size the Intelligencer or the Union of this city; and, with but few advertisement*, will lie nearly filled with matter designed to lie of interest to its readers. It will be printed with new type, on fine white paper, and, in mechanical execution, be equal to the best news papers in the country. | TwtMst.?Tho Christian tftatesnuin will be two dollars a | year, payable in advance. Postmasters or others, who may be pleased to act as voluntary agents, will )>e responsible to those who may pay over to them subscriptions; and to tho order of such agents, or to any who may make remittances for the Christum Stutssman, It will be supplied on the following terms: Single copy for one year ? - - |2 00 Single copy for six months ... i 00 Three oopiee for one year - - . ft oo Six copies for one year . . - 10 00 Twenty copies for one year - - ? 30 00 Twenty copies for six months - - 1ft oo 'I he first number of this paper may he expected to ap pear early in August, and it is desired that those who are disponed to further its great objects, by their patronage, should Indicate their wishes before that time. Ordersand communications, addressed (post paid) to Gurley A Good loe, will receive immediate attention. R. R.OURLKY, j ? D. R. GOODLOE. Co?.o}TT7,ATl0N Rooms, Washington, June 11, 1851. At a meeting of the Executive Committee of the Ameri can Colonization Society, held on the 10th instant, the 1 Secretary laid before the Committee the Prospectus of a newspaper, to be called the Christian State/man, anil to be drvoted "to sound morality in Politics, to the Union of the States, to the cause of African Colonization and Civili- 1 zation, and to all topics of a high and general interest to ' their country"?to he published in this city, by the Rev. R. R. Gurley and D. R. Goodloe: after the reading of which, it was Krtolvrif, That wo cordially and earnestly recommend 1 the < 'hnstiMi Stntesm<in to the patronage of the friends of African Colonization throughout the United States. *6? W. McLAIN, Sec. Am. Col. Soc. 3MB REV- BILLY HIBBARD'S pillsT^ SO widely celebrated for Bilious affections; Dr. Benjamin Rush's Pills, Wright's Indian vegetable Pills, and Hurd's l'ills, for s*le by A. GRAY, Bookseller, ap 8?eo 7th ?t., opposite Odd Fellows' Hall. Lemon Sugar Congress Lemonade. ONE TEA-SPOONFUL of this Sugar will instantly inako a Tumblor of superior Lemonade. Jjgr aalo. at U cents per package, by J. F. CAt.LAN, may 13 tf, Corner E and Seventh streets. C1 RR AT chanc for Book Agents to clear from $500 to r J51,000 a year I Book* of uniierwl utility. SEARS' N KYY AM) POPULAR WOKKS?the most splendidly illustrated volumes for families ever issued on the Ame rican continent, containing more than four thousand en OB.tVl.NoM, designed and executed by the most eimneu! artists of England and America. The entire series have been carefully examined, and strongly recommended to Superintendent*! 'trustees, and Teachers of Schools, by the following distinguished gentle men - Ills Excellency Hamilton Fish, Ex-Governor of thi State of New York; Christopher Morgan, BecreUiry u State, and Superintendent of Common Schools, ?. x.i I ltomeyn lleck, esq., M. 1)., Secretary of the Regents of Hit University, N. Y.; the Legislative Committee on College*, Academic, and Common 8ehoola; Kev. Jidwaiti Hilch1 cock, 1.1,. 1)., 1'resident of Amherst College, aiid i'roiessor of Geology, Massachusetts.* Amherst Oolleje, Dec. 25, 1848. Mr. Robert Sean?Dear Sir: 1 have looked over the en tire series of your valuable publications with much in terest and profit; and am quite surprised at the amount of literary labor you have performed, and the research it must have cost you to obtain so many fine illustrations, while you have an active superintendence of an extensive business. 1 am also gratified at the decidedly moral and religious influence which your books will exert, and can not but hope that they will do much to counteract the effects of that light and immoral literature which deluge* the land, and, like the frogs of Egypt, comes up even u the knrtuling troughs of our kitchens. May you live loug to follow your plans. Respectfully and sincerely, your obliged servant, 1 J EDWARD HITCHCOCK. ? Tile works alluded to as having been examined anil recommended, are as follows: A new and popular 1 ictorial Description of the United States, Pictorial History of the American Revolution, Scenes and Sketches of Continental Europe, Description of (ireat Britain and Ireland, Picto rial Family Annual, Treasury of Knowledge, Information for the People, The Family Instructor, Pictorial Sunday Book, Bible Biography, Bible History, and second serier of The Wonders of the World. Gentlemen of respectability and of good address wan ted to sell the above popular Pictorial Works. lull partlcu lars of the principles and profits of the Agency will be given on application either personally or by letter. Uu Hostage must in all cases be paid. Please address ROBERT BEAKS, Publisher, mar 24? 128 Nassau street, N.Y. WM. GOODRICH A CO'S MERCANTILE ft LAM AGENCY, No. 110 Market st., Philadelphia. associate omcEs. TAPPAN A DOUOLASS, New York. E. RUSSELL A CO., (late Geo. W. Gordon,) Boston. J. D. PRATT & CO., Baltimore. WM. B. PIERCE A CO., Cincinnati. CHAS. BARLOW A CO., St. lxiuis. WM. B. PIEBCE A CO., Louisville. This well known and extensive establishment inviteh Merchants, Manufacturers, and Bankers, to an investiga tion of its system, and gratuitous test of its records of the standing and responsibility c-i 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; these, in connection with our long es tablished offices in Boston, New York, and Baltimore, enable us to offer facilities and advantages which time and experience alone could accumulate, and which we believt are unequalled. We 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, In the collection of which class we have extraordinary lacili ties, and have been unusually sueeesslul. Having full lists and reports ot nearly all the Attorneys in the United States, we are at all times prepared to lur nish you, gratuitously, the names of good and responsible lawyers in any part of the United States and Canada*. Connected with our Agency is a Commissioner lor near lv all the States, who is enabled to afford every facility and legal form for preparing accounts, Ac., for immediate use, thereby avoiding a delay often fatal to the collection of a debt. mar '* General Emigration and Passage Office, iVo. 37 Hurling Slip, Ncui York, near Fulton Ferry. Hi A HE subscriber begs leave to inform his friends am) I the public, tluit his arrangement* are such for bring ing out and forwarding passengers to and from bv the old and favorite Black SVar Line ot 1 ax-kets, sailing S and from New York and Liverpool every week as te ensure cheap and quick conveyances. The ships 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 ing every month. Also, Agent for the splendid Line ol New York and Louisiana Line of New Orleans packets, ^Dnifts'at si JllT furnished for any?ount on ^Burling Slip, "dXAS V LEVEKETT'S LATIN LEXICON, I ENLARGED AND IMPROVED, compiled chiefly from V the Magnum Totius Latinitatis Lexicon at bacclolati and Forcelllnl and the German works of Sch?:ller and Luo Teman^ embracing, also, the classical distinctions ol word8, and the Etymological Index from Ireunds Lexi- | ""The present edition of this standard anil favorite Latin Lexicon has been much improved by the transfer to ite columns of the classical distinctions of Latin words, a? given in the Lexicon of Dr. Wm. Freund, of Germany, and translated by Riddle. The classical degree of each word is indicated by a figure; for exwnple, a word a figure is fully classical and Ciceronian ; vnth the figur.. 1 2, and 3, words are classical only in the first, sec ond, Ac., degrees; and this distinction the student per ceives at a glance. The Etymological Index, also from Frcund's Lexicon, has been incorporated into the present edition of Leverett, and will be found a valuable acquis. tion. While transferring these notes anrl marks, cata logucs 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 Leverett, so far as a knowledge of the Latin language is concerned, very far exceeds that of those found in Kiddle s ireund. I lie extensive use of Leverett'. I***? ,"Vn\dvcrLlH country, and the preference which has been universally riven te it over all similar works, render its recommend* tion superfluous; but attention to this new edition is respectfully invited, as being still more worthy than its predecessors of the distinguished favor which the work . has hitherto ?.Wed CARTER ft Co., Publishers, mar 24 16 Water street, Boston. BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE, AND THE BRITISH QUARTERLY REVIEWS. OWING to the late revolutions and counter-revolution^ among the Barton, of Europe, which have followed each other in such quick succession, and of endUru* vet:' the leading periodicals of Great Britain have become invested with a degree of interest hitherU, unknown. They ocrupy a middle ground between the hastV. disjointed, and necessarily Imperfect rerordM ol tlie newspapers. and the elaborate and ponderous treaties to be furnished by the historian at a future day. W reJii these periodicals obUins a correct and.connected ac count of all the important political events of the I Id World, as they occur, and learns the various conclusions drawn from them by the leading spirits of the age. The American publishers therefore deem it proper to call re X3 attention to the work, they publish, and the very low prices at which they are offered to subscribers. 1 ta? following Is their list, vix: Tht. London Quarterly Review, The KmvBtHOU Review, The North British Review, The Westminster Review, and Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine. In these periodicals arc contained the ^w?, moder^iy though clearly and firmly expressed, of th?three matmrt parties In England-Tory, Whig, ami ?B^; wood" Aixl the 44I/ondon Quarterly are Tory, tue r/iin \ \ 1/ ..Uw" Whiff find tho " W estminHter Review liberal The " North'British Iteview'' owes its estiil.li.h tin-last great eci'lesiastical movement In Scotland, menttothe lawgreai ^ a one ()f t,?. ^raI1,| de partments of human knowledge. it was originally edited ^ Chalmers, and now, since his ^h, ta Conducted bv his son-in-law, Dr. llantia, associated with Sir David Brewster. Its literary character Is of the very highest order The " Westminster," though reprinted under that title only, is published in England under the title of tl.e " Foreign Quarterly and Westminster, it being in fac t * union of the two Reviews formerly published and reprinted under separate titles. It has, therefore, the advantage,by this combination, of uniting in one work the l>est feature, of both, as heretofore issued. .... The above Periodicals are reprinted In New Wk,lmme iilnijpW on their arrival by the British steamers, in a beau tiful clear type, on fine white paper, and are faithful co pie. of^he oS^lnals?Blackwood's Mazarine being an ex let fac limit* of the Edinburgh edition. terms: For any one of the four Reviews, $S 00 per annum. For any two, do 5 00 For any three, . L f?o ? For all four of the Reviews, 8 W ? For Blackwood's Magasine, J oo (< For Blackwood and tliree Reviews, 9 (K> For Blackwood and four Reviews, 10 00 l\,yments to be made in all cam in advance. a^-Kemittances and communications should be always addressed, post paid or ^^>AKD800nt 79 Fulton street, New York. _ _ 0. Entrance 64 Gold st. mar &?* - O. for the us?! of Merchante, Storekeepers, and others a full assortment of various sizes now in store. The above Chests are warranted equal to any other make for security against Fire or Burglars, having withstood the test of both without injury or loss to the owners, in any instance. Also?in store and for sale: Seal and Letter Copying Presses and Books Truck., for moving Boxes, Bales, Ac., in Store. Druggists' Presses, with Cylinders and Pans Packing l/overs, for Dry Good Stores, Ac. Portable Shower Baths, of new construction, snltabls for warm or cold watar . , Refrigerators, for keeping Meats, Butter, Milk, in dining room, hall, or cellar Water Filters, for purifying muddy or bad Water,catued bv Rains Limestone, Marl, or other MUM ny nains, uimesi u , OLIVER EVANS, 01 8. Second, 1 door below Chestnut street, mM. Philadelphia. Grogory's California Package Express. TUM BVMCHimSHB will despatch SPECIAL JQ38b K\(i KtiH, twoor more tlmea per month, by Steamship*, rU ?^*s^5ssi3t<'HA<lIfK.S tui<l PANAMA, in charge able matter ??,i , 0,nl:a,rcul!-.JeweJry> valuables and mail cUco by the' * in ttU raM? ^rlre ln the nmii. *teamer?, and be delivered la advance ol I n to con u, ? x i on fubIlc that *e b?Te entere<i the lstbu.ua who' transportation house on from Chairroa to I'.,,,,,,,, ? to us to transport our goods and having madi ,^ , ' " advauce ?S"U ?*" txvruttM, all other slam^r, tfoodM, we are i)n*nm...i ?, ' or the ferriage of our Krancisco within a lhulr dt-'llT?T Sw tranwu^ion'of ? ** the V. 8. Mali and all othol t Uition of letters and pan els KX P^S^E lauOo States, are well known and already ^nuMlr it I predated by the nubile. The valueofa .Jrfanti?ifttaf . ?US ?r four dByH lu advance of all other | competition, being properly estimated. n })'? hare also established agencies in GUAYAQUIL ?ALLAO, and VALPARAISO, lor which porta, and other cities on the 8outh American const, we are prepared to receive LETTERS and PARCELS, which will be pn.mptly despatched to their destination by our agent In Panama. the iuall for South America is made up but once a month- THOMPSON A HITCHCOCK, Managers and Agents, KFPKr. nv Pear? cor of W aJ1 st> N"w y?rir. den l is W?n P.Elt'I1S^i0N, u> M???- Johnson A Low Nesn.Vth A C "iW Til,'Hton 4 C?-. ? South St.; street ' Rad U'vi Ai'Kur * Co., 76 Dey nuur flit? L' A NOV GOODS, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC. WM.ll., CAllY i: CO., 243 and 246 Pearl street New York, invite'he attention of the City and Distant Jouoing trade to their largo and varied stock of goods which they offer at U:e lowest rates, either for cash or an proved credit. " Under their present, arrangements they can ofTer great inducement* on all llieir Foreign Goods, and will giv? their customers the benefit of the large discounts which have gained by the increased amount of their pur '1 hey pledge themsi Ivcb to sell many styles of American Goods at manulkcturi rs' prices. Their stock will lie tept full during the whole year, and m vl? /)'"1 M , promptly supplied. They particularly m\It<5 the Mexican an J 8outh American dealers to exam ine their Htock of Jewelry, manufactured exprewly for thorn markets; aJho their atock of Ivory Combs; adapted lor exportation. 1 .Tl'e following articles constitute a part of their stock, unen 1 hreads?Varic us makers, plain and satin finished, black, drab, white, brown, and colored, Nos. 20x80 ' 1 i, ~ott?n?Clark'.*, Alexander's, Smith's Kagle, and JtelBngton s, white, black, and colored, Nos. 10x150. ib to 300 yards lapes and Bobbins?Linen and cotton, assorted colors and sisei Cutlery?Itazorg, Knives, Shears, Scissors, and Table Knives and Forks, M ade A Butcher's, Wostenholm's. Bod gars', and other celebrated makers Brushes?Hair, Cloth, Teeth, Paint, Varnish, Shaving, Shoe, Crumb, Ho:se, Scrubbing, Ac., 4c., in great variety ?????? Musical Instruments- Accordions, Violins, Flutes, Fifes, Clarionets, llannonicans, Ac. taDT~^ lurt?u ,lI"l rich assortment, consisting of beauti fully carved pearl, ivory, bone, and wood sticks; also plain sticks, with plain, fancy, and silvered paper ivory Combs?Fine 8, 88, 888, and Nl'U, 1 y,x4U inches Combs?I lain and fan ;y Tuck, Dressing, Pocket, and Side, of shell, buffalo, aad horn Guns?Single and Double, English and American, real and imitation Twi it; also a vnriety of Kifles Pistols?English and German, Pocket, Belt, and Holster; Colt s and Allen and Thurber's Bevolvers; also, a complete assortment of Sporting Apparatus Perfumery?Lubin's, Mangenet A Coudray's, liver's, Pln aud's, and Kde's fine Extracts Soaps?Low's White snd Brown, Windsor and Honey; Lubin's, Guerlaln's, Pinaud's, and Mangenet & Cou dray's assorted styles, Ac., Ac. Also?Percussion Caps Needles, Pins, Hooks and Eyes, Steel Pens, 8uspeuders, Buttons of all styles, Pocket books, Port Monnaies, Purses, Stationery, Beads, Whalebone, Look'ng-glasses, Ac., Ac. Ivory, Tortoise Shell, Pearl Shell, Horns, Tips, Ac., for manufacturers. Catalogues in the French, Spanish, German, and Eng hsli languages. mar 24? Q TAT I o.N EES' WA H (?: H( >U8E, 20~South F(mrth"street, Philadelphia. (Wholesale only.) 1IYMAN L. L1PMAN, Importer of French and Eng lish Stationery, offers to the trade, at Stationers' Ware house, a complete assortment of STAPLE AND FANCY STATIONERY, of the best quality, ft the lowest rates. mar 24 I LAURKNCK THOMSON & CO., MPOKTERS of Biandies, Wines, and Segars, No. 1 Ex ? change Place, Baltimore, offer for sale an extensive assortment of? BRANDIES?J. Ilennessy, J. J. Durand, superior old Jean Louis, 1811 and 1838; Maglory; Otard, Dupuy A Co.* Piuet, Castillon A Co.; Martell; J. Durand A Co.; A. Scie uette: J. J. Dupuy ?.nd J. Eraud brands. WINES?Champarne, Claret, and Hock, of various grades. A so, Port, Sherry, Madeira, Sicily, Lisbon, Bur gundy, Malaga, and other Mines, in great variety. SEGARS?Havana and Principe Segars, of approved brands, constantly receiving from the manufacturers. HOLLAND GIN?Grape and (Jray Mare brands, of fine flavor; also, London Brown Stout and Porter; Bordeaux , and Marseilles Sweet Oil, Sardines, Maccaroni, Vermicelli Wives, Capers, Castile Soap, Bay Rum, Roll Brimstone, t anary Seed, Ac. mar 24? Hilly a A DI'RBIN, Iron A Steel Ker ennnta, Iciporters and dealers in American, swede, Norwegian, Refined, Cable, and common English Iron; manufattureni of Boiler Rivets and Spikes, lloop Band, Scroll, Flue, Boiler, Sheet, Small Iron, Axle Iron 1 * * ^?rth \V ater striKit, and 04 North Delaware avenue mar 24? A van HABUNOra, No. 274 Chesnut street, almve Tenth, Philadelphia, have just received per steams splendid Table and Piano Covers, Damask Table Cloths, Napkins, Moreens, and Worsted Damasks. mar 24? First Premium Orand and Square Pianos. JutBt I , , KNABH A G.EHLE, Manufacturers, |p'"BijjMJgi Nos. 4, 6, 8, 9, aud 11 Eutaw street, Bal fj J U 1 V tim,lre- New tributes to the excellence " , u of Baltimore made I'iano Fortes. Tho Maryland Institute, at their last exhibition, awarded to us the First Premium for the beat Grand Piano, and also t? l'r?,mium for the ltest Square Piano exhibited J' w?* ** recollected that in 1848, our Piano also received tne rirnt 1 remium by the fiame Institute. x i?u are not easily earned, and are not to I ,.'i, .Vy r.,:??Kr'1rd- We n,ay therefore say that having taken the Urst Premium, w herever our Instruments met with competition, we offer them to the public with a con fidence we might not otherwise avow, guaranteeing all Instruments made by us to give satisfaction, or they may be exchanged within six months ftiom day of sale. The five''years* ?Ur worku,,l"''I,iI> ? farther guarantee for Having just completed large additions to our Maniiftc tery, we hope now to supply all who may honor us with he r patronage; and we Invite all who desire a superior Instrument, carefully a/lap tod to the climat-w_ft im_ portant matter, and which we have made our cjJefril study?to call and examine our various styles, which wn are constantly finishing, and which will be sold at tho lowest market price for ca^h 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 at our Warerooms: Charles Bochsa, the great composer and musical director to Mail. A. Bishop; Mr. Geo. Knoop ? Miss Adele and Charles Hohnstock, and other distin guished performers. To the many accomplishi-d Professors and Amateurs, by whom our Pianos are constantly used whilst making our thankfhl acknowledgments to them' we refer for further testimonials. ' ('Id Pianos taken in exchange. Pianos hired and tuned. BII 24 SILK QOOD6. HOWF.N a McNAMKH, 112 and 114 Broadway, New 1 ork, have now in store, and will receive by early packets and steamers, a very extensive assortment of trench, German, English, Italian, and India SILK AND FANCY GOODS, embracing every variety of the newest and richest styles offered in this market. Sample cards are now ready for exhibition. Merchants from every section of the country, and particularly our old friends and custom ers. are assured Uiat every attention has been paid to present a stock of goods, unequalled, either in extent or variety, by any similar establishment In the country. Many of our richest goods are manufactured from de signs or samples furnished by us, and will be found adapted to the best trade in the larger cities and towns The following cm brace the leading articles of our stock: Extra rich Chcne and Brocade Silks. Rich Paris Bareges, Muslins, and Organdies. Rich printed Silk Tissues, new article. New style English Poplins. Barege de Lainos, Paris patterns. New style French Prints. English, Scotch, and American Printed Lawns. Super Black Oros de Rhine? French and English Ginghams. Plain and embroidered Canton Crape Shawls. Rich Paris Ribbons, large assortment. Millinery Silks, Crapes, Ac. Dress Trimmings, newest style. Bombazines, Alpacas, and Muslin de Lalnes. Laces and Kmbroidery. Linens and White Goods of every description. Kid Gloves, best manufacture. English and German Silk and Cotton Hosiery. Long and Square Cashmere Shawls. Rich Silk Mantillas, great variety. Pongee ami Spitalfleld Handkerchief. Italian Cravats and Sewing Silks. Also, a great variety of rich goods for evening dresses not enumerated in the above. Also, Sinchews Sarnets, Fancy 811k Cravats, Bay State Plaid liong Shawls. Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Green a?"-*, Suspenders, Plain black and "A.*1' Uil",s- T,,rk,,y r"1 'Tints, Wrings Ac ' Ribbons, Serges, Satin Those who visit this market for .Wit Onndt, who would consult their Interest, and who desire to see a stock unsurpassed in every department at the very low est market prices, are respectfully invited to call, mar 24? '