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WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 16. Bun rises . . . 4ta.47in | Sunset* ? ? - 7h. Mo. ? AMUSEMENTS. i ? 1 1 r ,. . ? ? . FORREST HALL?GEORGETOWN. Young Men'* Dramatic AnooUUoui GRAND DRAMATIC FESTIVAL FOR TIIB BENEFIT OF MR. GLENN, Thursday evening, July 17, When will be prevented the drama entitled GRANDFATHER WHITEHEAD. Whiteho&U Mr. GUWN. To conclude with the DRUNKARD. Dowton - ? - - Mr. Glimn. Canto of admission 26 cento; Children, accompanied by their partato, half-price. Performance to commence at 8 o'clock precisely. 49-Visiters from Washington wishing to return by the Omnibus will please leave their names at the door. Jy 1???t PUBLIC GARDEN, MUSIC, ETC. riMLE SUBSCRIBER most respectfully acquaints his I_ friends v1 the public that he is now prepared to re ceive company at his Establishment. Uis Saloons and Drawlpg-uooms are commodlously fitted up for parties of ladies and gentlemen, where they will be served by obliging and attentive waiters. Separate rooms furnished for private parties. Ill* arbors and grounds are being put In proper order. Arrangemento have been made with the Doltod States Marino Band to perform on each Tues day evening, until 11 o'clock. His Cxoams, etc., will be always of the best quality, and at moderate prices. No effort will be spared by him in making his patrons com fortable. ' . , In order to insure a quiet, unauuoyed promenade, he adopts, tor the present, the following course: Patrons visiting the Garden, when illuminated, will procure a check at the tioket office, near the gate, for which 12 % cento to required, and which check, on ether than Gala nights, is redeemable in confoctionaries for the same amount. , . , An effiotont polloe have been engaged to preservo order on gala nights. ' Thankful for patronage thus far, he hopes to deserve a continuance of the same. His expenses in carrying out the above are, it is obvious, very large, but he relies upon the liberality of the citlsens to be able to proceed. F. HOLDKN, Proprietor of Locust Grove Garden, June 11?TAStf Corner of F and 20th streets. ? A NEW IMPROVEMENT For Fitting up Stores with Fancy Front*. FB. GEIGER, Builder and Architect, would respect fully inform his friends and the publlo In general, that he to prepared to fit up Stores and build Fancy Fronts on an entire new plan, embracing all the latest improve ments. The work can be dono without stopping the busi ness while the work is golng 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. All business entrusted to his care will be promptly atpia!oe*of business on D street, between 9th and 10th. June 1?6m MEADOW BANK MINERAL SPRINGS. THE SUBSCRIBER, having completed his largo and pleAsant building upon his farm in the country, about three miles from Washington city, on the Turnpiko 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. Plo-nic or other parties can also be accommo dated by giving previous notice. Upon tho Farm, near the house, is a 8pa Spring, of well known medical properties, being strongly impreg nated wilh Sulphur, Iron, Salts, and Magnesia. There will be, at all times, at the Spring, Refreshments for visiters, vii: Lemonade, Ico-Cream, and all the Fruits of tho season. Disorderly persons excluded from the grounds, and no visiters received on Sundays. He 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 dally. Every exertion will be made to render visitors com fortable, and he respectfully solicits the patronage of the PM^?dow Bakxs, June 10,1861/ R- W. BURROWS. P. 8 ?A good second-hand PIANO wanted, to purchase MA "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 H. Bennett, esq, or to John Van Reswlck, esq. June 11?eo2m "? "? "? HARDWARE. rpHl subscribers have in store a good assortment of I House Furnishing and Builders' Hardware, Cutlery, Ac., which they offer to those In want at the lowest prices. Also, Agricultural and Gardening Implements, eom *" U~L T. RADCLIFF ? CO., mar 2ft_tf Odd-Fellows' Hall, 7th street. NEW SPRING GOODS JUST RECEIVED. l4 G. W. HINTON, Merchant Tailor, respectfully ^?1 Informs his customers and fellow-cltisens that lie has just returned from the North with a splendid ^jIIL assortment of French and English Cloths, Oassi meres, and Vestlngs, of all kinds, which he invites them to call and examine. His stock of goods, which is of the best quality, and no mistake, he will sell at prices to suit the time*. , Also, constantly on hand, Gento' Furnishing Goods and Business Coats. Children's Clothing, made in the best manner and latest style, by Lockwt^ ACo^. of New York. G. W. HINTOPi, &p 21 tf Pa. av., north side, bet'n4V^ and 6th sts. JOHN L. SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND MAGISTRATE, Office Eighth street, opposite Market. BUSINESS of all kinds requiring the attention of an Attorney, Magistrate, or Agent, will be promptly attended to. Claims brought before Congress and the Departments will reoeive prompt attention by being placed in his hands. _ Fee moderate. June 13~V. THOMAS M. HARVEY, Carpenter ? Builder, Fstreet, between $lh if 10<A, 8 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 IS?tJy# ANTHEM BOOK. A FEW copies of "DYER'S A NTH KM BOOK," (now out of print,) just received, and for *le(^Ay June 2 tf 7th street, opposite Odd-Fellows' lfall. SHOES! SHOES!! SHOES!!! McLAIN * HARRY have In store a good assortment of the abovc-namod goods, suitable for Men, Boys , Ladies', Misses, and Children's woar, which must be sold for some price fey the 1st of September. [June 9?tf GEORGE E. KIRK, House and Sign Painter, and Glazier, South side Louisiana avenue, between 0th and 7 th 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 16-6m K. W. CROPLEY, Gunsmith, Locksmith and Bell-Hanger, Pennsylvania avenue, between 2d and 3d streets. CANES dressed and mounted; Machlnenr snd I .amps repaired; Turning done in Ivory and Metals. June ' I FI.Y PAPKIl.?One sheet of this Paper will de stroy 10,000 Flies. It Is for sale, with full direc tions, at the oorner of E and Seventh sts., by Juae 21? J. >. CALLAN. FOSGATB'S Anodyne Cordial? Never falls to cure (Jhollcs, Cholera Morbus, Diar rheas, and the Summer Complaints generally, and may be hart, at 87J4 eents per bottle, of J. F. CALLAN, June 11?dtr Corner of E and 7th streets. REV. BILLY HIBBARD'S PILLS, CI 0 widely celebrated for Billons affections; Dr. Benjamin O Rush's Pills, Wright's Indian vegetable Pills, and Hurt's Pills, for sale by A.GRAY, Bookseller, ?P 8?eo 7th st, opposite Odd Fellows' Hall. FAMILY GROCERIES. Z. M. P. KINO, Chr. IMA and 1 st tU., nearly oppotitf the PrtsidmCl If mat, Dealer in FINE TEAS, of every description ; all rare and choice articles pertaining to a First-Class Family Grocery and Variety Store. His Expaus Waoon will deliver goods free of charge. jy i- -- VIRGINIA AND MARYLAND LAND AGENCY. HN. GILBERT has opened an office In Washington . city, where he wlfl give his prompt attentlonto all those who will favor him with the agency to sell farms In Virginia, Maryland, or the District of Columbia. Having followed farming heretofore, and being a northerner^ birth, he can appreciate this wants of such as come from the North for the purpose of locating farms In this vicin ity. He has the agency to sell a goodly number of farms In Virginia, and those coming from the North would do well to call, before purchasing, at his residence on Penn sylvania avenne, first square west of the Capitol Gate, may 29?y *2m UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS. 1 WE would Invite the Ladles to call and examine our extensive Stock of Green, Blue, and Black Watered, Bordered and Lined Silk and Satin Tuer frARAfcOLS?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. JUST RECEIVED?a handsome variety of Bilks and Scotch Ginghams for re-covering. Repairing and Covering faithfully and punctually executed. A, OORBIT A CO., may A?0m Nn avenne, near 4 street. y ou y\w GEORGETOWN AND ITS AFFAIRS. Gbo*o?tow?, July 16?12 m. There is do news worth Bending. Canal Trade.?Arrived, Humbler, 42 miles, empty; Maryland, 42 miles, corn, &c.; H. G. Phelps, Cumb., coal; Mount Vernon, do.; Yan kee, do.; Miles Standish, do.; Edward l'aysiu, 02 miles, limestone. Departed?J. Lambio, Gen. Tyson, F. Blood good, J. Boyce, Flying Cloud, Wm. Albert Tub August Elections.?Elections will take place in the States of Kentucky, Indiana, Ala bama, Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, and Iowa, on the 4th of August, and in North Carolina and Tennessee on the 7th of August. Kentucky is to ohoose a governor, lieutenant governor, legislature, and ten members of Congress. In diana has likewise to choose ten members of Congress. The election in Alabama is for gov ernor, legislature, and seven members of Con gress. In Arkansas a member of Congress is to be elected. Missouri, Illinois, and Iowa have already chosen their Congressional delegations; this year they have simply to elect local and judicial officers. North Carolina will ehoose nine members of Congress. In Tennessee the election is for governor, legislature, and eleven members of Congress.?Bait. Sun. Singular Occurrence.?The Alleghany En terprise tells of a singular occurrence which took place a day or two sinoe, at the house of Mr. Conlin, on the Franklin road, about fourteen miles out. A young girl of genteel appearance entered the houBe with an infant in her arms, and asked for a drink, upon which Mrs. C. started to the spring for fresh water, leaving an infant of her own in the cradle. On her return the stranger had very mysteriously departed, and in about an hour afterwards she discovered, to her horror and surprise, that her own child had been taken from the cradle, and a colored one left in its place. Nothing had been heard j from them since. To Parents.?Boys that have been properly reared are men in point of usefulness at sixteen, while those that have been brought up in idle habits are a nuisance at twenty-one. Lay it down as a rule never to smile, nor in any way show approval of merriment, at any trait in a child which you should not wish to grow with its growth, and strengthen with its strength. The Court of Queen's Bench, in Canada, has decided in relation to mutual insurance compa nies organized in the United States, that such companies cannot legally carry on their opera tions in the British Provinces; that they can not maintain any action against parties on the premium notes; neither could parties compel payment from them on their policies. GEORGETOWN. SODA WATER. JL. KIDWELL'S celebrated Soda Focktaih has opened . for the Summer Campaign, at his headquarters in Georgetown, where his numerous friends and customers can be suppliod with the above article. Visiters from Washington and strangers gonerally 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 16?tf UPHOLSTERING AND PAPER-HANGING ESTABLISHMENT, Bridge street, 3 doors from Congress st., north side. RODIER A BROTH KK respectfully inform their friends and the public generally, that they are daily receiv ing in addition to their already large and extensive sto?k of PAPER-HANGINGS AND UPHOLSTERING GOODS, new patterns of Paper, 4c. We now have in store one ol the most extensive assortments of Paper, Ac., in the Dis trict. Persona will find it to their advantage to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere, as we can sell cheaper than any house in the District. Every article in our line mode to or^or, such as Hair, Shuck, and Cotton MATTRESSES, Pew Cushions, Cur tains, Feather Beds, Easy Chairs, Lounges, Ac., Ac. *?- Patented Hair Spring Mattresses made to order. June 4?dt21WAS3w RODIER A BROTHER. J AXES 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. Iff- office and residence 21st street, two doors north of II. ap 11?tf AMERICAN AND FOREIGN AGENCY, CITY OF WASHINGTON, Under the direction of Aaron Hahjht Palmer, of JVrto York, and Worthiuqtox Gakrittsox Bxithx*, of New Orleans, Attorneys and Oounttllori of the Supreme Oourt of the United males. This establishment is formed for the following object*: 1. For practising law in the Supreme Oourt or the Uni ted States, and conducting professional business before Congress. , 2. For the prosecution and recovery of all claims, in law or equity, against the United States before Congress or the Executive Departments, or against foreign Govern ments before Boards of Commissioners. 3. For the settlement of account* with the State, Trea sury, War, Navy, Post Office, and Interior Departments, and obtaining the remission of fines, penalties, and for feitures for alleged violations of the revenue, poet office, or other laws. 4. For securing letters patent for Inventions from the United States or from foreign Governments, and procu ring land warrants and pensions under the various pen sion laws of the United States. 6. For collections generally, embracing debts, legacies, and Inheritances In the United States and foreign ooun tries* 6. For the purchase and sale of lands in any of the States or Territories of the Union, and loaning moneys on mortgage of real estate lying therein. 7. For investment of funds in United States and State stocks and loans, collection of the dividends thereon, and, generally, for the transaction of all business pertaining to a law, loan, and banking agency. i All communications addressed, post-paid, to Messrs. Palmer A Snethen, American and Foreign Agency, City of Washington, will receive prompt and faithful attention. 8 ' PALMKR A SNETHEN, June 30?ly* Offloc No. 5 Carroll Place, Capitol IIIll. JAS. F. HARVEY, Undertaker, Seventh street, between O and II streets, WOULD respectfully return his thanks r to his follow-citisens, and those of the sur rounding country, for their past patronage, and would In form them that he is fully prepared to fill all orders for Funerals at the shortest notice. He would respectfully say that he has taken considerable pains to provide him self with all manner of conveniences for an Undertaker. HI* mode of preserving bodies in the warmest weather has never failed to give the utmost satisfaction. f He keeps constantly on hand a large supply of ready-made COFFINS, of all siies. Juno 2?MWAS?y [Marlboro' Gaaette?ly] A New and Beautiful Style of Painting! THE undersigned have the pleasure of announcing to ' their customers, and the Public generally, that they are now successfully using that new, beautlftil and dura ble article, but lately Introduced Into this city?the 7,lnc Paint from the Siuser Mine*, N. J., which far surpasses, In beauty of finish and durability, the best of white leads. All disagreeable and poisonous effects, common to other Paint*, are by this avoided. We would respectfully refer those who wish to he better Informed of its merits before having their houses painted, to? Com. C. W. Skinner, Com. Jos. Smith, J. Lathrop, esq., Navy Agent, Major W. Rellly, and Thos. Ratcllffe, ?*q. I). FINCH A SON, cor. of K and 12th st*. N. B. All shade* of different oolor* made from this article. June 17?tf CHINA, GLASS, AND QUEEN'8 WARE, Odd-Fellows' Hall, Seventh street. r-, r C. S. FOWLKR ha* in *tore, lately received, a ZXJftill supply of French and Knglish China and Queen's Ware, consisting of Dinner and Tea Sets, ornamented and plain. Also detached pieces, of all kinds. Glass Ware, In all It* variety, from rich Cut andi best Moulded to plain and very low priced?all of which are offered, wholesale and retail, on the mo*t favorable terms. may 18?2awMA1 PROPERTY AGENCY. GEO. B. ARMSTRONG, REAL ESTATE BROKER, Pbr the tearing and sale e\f Heal Estate, rfr., Seventh street, (up stair*,) opposite office of Intelligencer. ?y 0 B. A. will give prompt attrition to, and active efforts In, the sale or leasing of all property confided to his management. The attention of property-holders is re spectfully asked. 1 J. W BADEN A BROTHER, Hnrthoare Dealers, l\nnsylnanin avenue, near <Vh street, ? r -a Offer for sale, at manufacturing prices, ifflpliMKHKQnplatn and ornamental Wire Railing, TffipWaflrOIr nM-h for cheapness and durability can nooSuIuroassed by any article of the kind now in una. Samples may be seen and prices made known by anplvlng (Mi afroTe. inay 14?liawMAWom <1 wtT BY TELEGRAPH. ARRIVAL OF THE ASIA. N*w Yobk, July 16?1J p. m. The steamer Asia arrived here at nine o'clock this morning. At Liverpool on the sixth better grades of cotton declined one-fourth during the week. Lower grades declined one-fourth to three eighths?closing dull. Sales of the week thirty one thousand bales. Flour advanced sixpence since the Franklin's accounts. Wheat declined three to fourpence during the week. Corn de clined one shilling since the Franklin left. Pro visions quiet. Sugar and Coffee firmer. Money easier. Consols 97$. American stocks steady. U. S. G's of '68, Colonial mar kets generally better. The packet ship Halcyon, from Liverpool for New York, was wreoked within six days' sail of New York?crew and passengers all safe. The English ministry were defeated on two clauses in the Ecclesiastical Titles bill, and the bill passed. In England on Thursday the bill to facilitate the admission of Jews into Parliament was passed. The chancery reform bill went through the committee. General news In France unimportant. The Asia brought one hundred and ten pas sengers. Nothing else of moment. New Orleans, July 9.?The passengers of the steamer Maria Burt, lost on her passage from Galveston to this port, were all saved, but the boat is a total loss. J. 0. Benjamin, esq., President of the Tehu antepcc Railroad Company, finding that the Mexicans were throwing all their influence against the completion of the work, left here to-day for Washington, where he goes to lay the facts of the caBe before the Federal Govern ment. New York, July 16, p. m.?Miss Mary C. Dyke was killed last evening by falling from the fifth story through the hatchway in the large book-bindery of Mr. Bumstead, in Ann street. Cincinnati, July 14.?The large building known as Wood's Museum, in this city, was de stroyed by fire last night. Three dry goods stores and one shoe store, with several smaller establishments on the second floor, were also destroyed. Richmond, July 15.?From all parts of the State we have accounts of severe drought which has seriously injured the growing tobacco, and the crop must be extremely short. In ? conse quence of this unpropitious prospect tobacco has advanced here, within a week or ten days past, fully one dollar per cwt. ? Utica, N. Y., July 15.?Jenny Lind's concert here last night was immensely attended. She was enthusiastically welcomed. Boston, July 14.?On Saturday afternoon, while Benjamin Howard, esq., merchant on Canal Wharf, was riding in his carriage with his wife, sister and niece, the horses ran away, and the party were all thrown out. Mr. How ard's sister died from the injuries sustained yesterday ; the others were not seriously hurt. July 15.?The Aldermen have appointed a committee to make preparations for celebrating the completion of the Boston and Montreal Rail road. It is to be gotten up in magnificent style. Literary Laror in Europe.?Eugene Sue received 100,000 francB ($20,000) for the Juif Errant, which was published in the Conttitu tionnel in daily numbers, and afterwards 40,000 francs or about $9,000 for the manuscript from M. Gosselin, who published it in volumes. Vegetables are brought to the Cincinnati market daily, by the mail boats, from gardens as far down the Ohio river as a hundred miles. There are now more actors and actresscs in Cincinnati than were ever before concentrated together at one time. ? A fragment of silver, one tenth of a cubic line in size, dissolved in nitric acid, will give a distinct milky color to 500 cubic Inches of a I solution of common salt. Hence the magnitude of each particle must be less than the billionth of a cubic line. The iron is laid on the Indianapolis and Terre Haute Railroad to Eagle Creek, over three miles west of Indianapolis, and is now being laid down at the rate of a third of a milo per day. j If you would appreciate the power of know ledge, look at India, where 100,000 Englishmen keep seventy millions of blockheads in fear, trembling, and tax-gatherers. EDUCATIONAL. A. ZAPFONE, 7\amlatnr and Ttacht.r of fYencfi, iipanith ami Italian. G1 ENTI.KMEN taught at his room at moderate chargo. T Several commission* of General Agcncy attended to with punctuality. Jy 12?tf TIIK, UNION ACADEMY, Corner of FOUR TKENTH 8TRKMT and NKW YORK AVENUE.? A new and elegant Building is being erected, and will he furnished in the most approved modern style, to be opened on Ute. lot September, 1861. The Register is now open, and fast tilling up with names of applicants for ad mission. Circulars can be had from the Principal, or at i It. FAHNHAM'S Book Store. Examine?then decide. June 14?tf Z. RICHARDS, Principal. HYMNS? BIBLES-PRAYER-BOOKS. HYMNS of the Methodist Episcopal Church Hymns of the Methodist Episcopal Church South Hymns of the Methodist Protestant Church| Lutheran Hymns The Psalmist, with supplement Watts and Rippon Watts and Select Hymns Parish Hymns Psalms attd Hymns Episcopal Prayer-Books, With Lessons Bible and Prayer?bound together Catholic Prayer-Books Bibles and Testaments; large and substantial Faml Bibles, 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. Dr. Stiekland'a American Family Pills. BESIDES the cathartic and anti-dyspeptic qualities of these PHI", 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 Pili-s come to me so highly recom mended, from so responsible a source, that I do not hesi tate to believe that they will prove to he as good as the BUST ever introduced, and that It will not be long before their popularity and sale will be unparalleled. ?Iline 11?eotf A. GRAY. IAXUIL WIS*, " CARPENTER AND BUILDER, (Late of the firm of Walker ? Wise,) HAS opened a shop on E street, opposite Temperance Hall, between #th and 10th streets. Residence on I street, north side, between Oth and 7th streets. mar 24?tf HOLDER'S Diarrhea and Dntatarjr Cordial?One of the most valuable Family Medi cines in use: ftO cents per bottle. M0- No family should be without it. For sale by J. F. CALLAN, June 11-?<ltr Corner 7th and E street*. JNO B. KIBBEY A CO., Dealert m PINE GROCERIES, WINES, AND LIQUORS. No. 6, opposite Centre Market, ap 10 WASWSOtOHOlTTjD. C. a A y FOE COLLECTOR. BKTTEK LATK THAW MKVK&!' 11IIK VOTKK8 and Business men of Wiihlnijxiii in respectfully informed that J AM KB F. TUCK Kit so licits nil their voted iu the way of debts for ooliectlon. He mile lid* to hi* business promptly, and makes prompt re turns. He may be found at all times at the office of 'Squire Donn. He also attend* to nil busiui-sa requiring the nor vices of au officer. may 28?tf [Wanhlngton News.l JOSEPH WIM8ATT, UliUg IN GROCERIES, WINES, TEAS, & LIQUORS, Oar. trflynntylvmnia Avenue awl Thirteenth street, may 26 t Wabhinoton City, D. C. <1 * y Old Wines, Liqaora, Sahara, Fresh Foreign Fruita, Comestibles, etc., FOR 8ALK BY JAKES T. LLOYD, Pennsylvania. avenue, 3 doors east of Fifteenth street. may 17?ly C. H. VAN PATTEN, M. D., Surgeon Dcntlut, Office near Brown's Hotel, Pennsylvania avenue, Charges New York and Philadelphia prices, and guaran ties his work to be equal to any done in those oitieH. ap 6?tf LE COURRIER DES ETAT8-UNI8, (THE UNITED STATES COUKIKll.) Office 73 Franklin Street, near Broadway, New Ytrrk. This French Newspaper Is now issued daily. Terms of the Daily, $8. TIIK COURllIKR DK8 ETATS-UNIS gives now in full the trial of H. De Bocarwe and Wife, which is going on in Belgium, and creating an extraordinary sensation throughout Europe. A few ooples of the numbers containing the report can be had at the office. Four cents a number. The complete report will also appear in a pamphlet form in the Weekly edition of the Outfrrier des Etats-Unis, the first number of which was Issued on Saturday, the 28th ultimo. Terms of tho Weekly $3 a year?single oonles fl cents. A liberal discount to clubs, agents and publishers. Jyi NOT BAD TO TAKE. SHERMAN'S A FALES' Cough, Worm, Camphor, Cath artic, and Dysentery Lozenges. These Lozenges are remedies the most pleasant to the taste imaginable, and truly safe and valuable for the pur poses intended. Try them. A. QUAY, Bookseller, June 13?eotf 7th street, opposite Odd-Fellows' Hall. FOB LADIES ONLY. LADIES going to the Springs and Watering-places will find at our Establishment a large assortment of Qoods adapted to their uses. This day opened? 30 pieces block Silk Laces, all widths and prices 12 dozen twisted Silk Mitts 10 do Alexander's Silk Qlores, all colors 10 do Haw Silk Qlores 25 do Lisle Thread Qlores, all prices . 4 cartoons white and colored Kid Qlores 2 pieces white Gro de Nap Silk, for risites and scarfs 2 boxes Swiss Edge and Insertion 30 pieces Lace and Muslin Undersleeres 10 dozen plain and embroidered Handkerchiefs, Linen Cambric and Clear Uwn Also on hand a good stock of Barege Tissues, plain and embroidered, white and colored Swisses, Lawns, Jacko nets, Brillanteuns, Foulard Silk, striped, checkered and plain Silk, with a variety of other useful and cheap goods, which will be sold at a very low price for the cash only. Q. W. YEIIBY, June 26?odlm Pa av, bet. 7th and 8th sts. THE CHRISTIAN STATESMAN. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. Devoted to African Colonization and Civilization, to Literature and General Intelligence. THE undersigned propose to publish, in the City of ?Washington, n weekly newspaper, bearing the above title, and dedicated to a sound morality in Politics, to the Union of the States, to the cause of African Colonization and Civilization, and to all topics of a high and general Interest to their country and mankind. They will en deavor to Impress upon the People and Qovernment of the United 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 information they inuy obtain In regard to the Geography, Exploration, Resources, Commerce and Population of Af rica ; the state of the Slave Trade, and the measures best adapted for its suppression; and will enforce the duty of union among all Christian denominations in efforts to dif fuse the knowledge of our Arts, Liberty, and Christianity, 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. Tiik Christian Statesman will be of the size of th< Home Journal or National Kr<l, and exceed In size th? hstrUipencer or the Union of this city: and. with but few advertisements, will bo 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 oountry. Tkems.?The Christian Statesman will be two dollars a year, payable in advance. Postmasters or others, who may be pleased to act as I voluntary agents, will be responsible to those who may pay over to them subscriptions; and to the order of such agents, or to any who may make remittances for the Christian Statesman, it will be supplied on the following terms: Single copy for one year ? ? ? $2 00 Single copy for six months ... 1 00 Three copies for one year ... ft 00 Six copies for one year ? ? ? 10 00 Twenty copies for one year - - - 30 00 Twenty copies for six months - - 15 00 The first number of this paper may lie expectod to ap pear early in August, and it is desired that those who are disposed to further its great otyects, by their patronage, should indicate their wishes before that time. Orders and communications, addressed (post paid) to Qurley & Good loe, will receive immediate attention. R. R. QURLEY. ? D. R. GOODLOE. Colonization Rooms, Washington, June 11,1851. At a meeting of the Exocutlve Committee of tho Ameri can Colonization Society, held on the 10th instant, the Secretary laid before the Committee the Prospectus of a newspaper, to be called the Christian Statesman, and to be devoted "to sound morality In Politics,to the Union of the States, to the cause of African Colonisation and Civili zation, and to all topics of a high and general Interest to their country"?to tie published in this city, by the Rev. R. R. Gurley and D. R. Goodloe; after the reading of which. It was JtesolverL, That we cordially and earnestly recommend the Christian Statesman to the patronage of the friends of African Colonization throughout the United States. June 16? W. McLAIN. Sec. Am. Col. Soc. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. HOURS OF DEPARTURE of tho Passenger Trains on the Main Stem and Washington Branch of the Baltimore A Ohio Kailroad; For Cumberland, Hancock, Martinsbnrg, Harper's Ferry, Winchester, Frederick, Klllcotl'a Mills, and Intermediate points, dally, at 8 o'clock, a. m. Night Express Train for Cumberland and the West leaves dally at it o'clock, p. m. Kastwardlt. From Cumberland, daily, at 8, a. m. Do. do., by express train for Baltimore, at 10 p. m. Hancock, low a. m. Martinsburg, 11 % a. m. Harper's Ferry, 1 '2 a. m. Frederick, 7 a. m. and 1p. m. Passengers going to, or coming from the West, by the express train, pass orer the mountains in the day-time, and those who leare New York at 0 o'clock, a. m., and come through by the express train from Philadelphia, will take the erenlng train from Baltimore. The train from Cuml>erland will arrive to breakfast at Baltimore, and its passengers can take the early line for Philadelphia and New York. Throngh tickets are Issued between Baltimore and Wheeling $11 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 50 The accommodation train between Baltimore and Fred erick will run as at present, leaving Baltimore at 4l/i, p. m., and Frederick at 40 minutes past 7, a. m., Sundays excepted. Fire at the rate of three cents per mile. WASHINGTON BRANCH. From Baltimore at 6, a. m. and 5 p. m., daily; and at 9, a. m . daily, except Sundays. From Washington at 6, a. m. and ft, p. m., and at 0, a. m , daily, except Sundays. Round trip tickets, to and from the Relay House, thirty cents each. By order: mar 24? J. T. ENGLAND, Agent. Olmm K V A N 8' FIRK AND THIEF PROOF SAFES, , for Uie use of Merchants, 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 Kirn or Burglars, haring 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 Trucks, for moring Boxes, Bales, Ac., In Stores Druggists^ Presses, with Cylinders and Pans Packing Levers, for Dry Good Stores, Ac. Portable Shower Baths, of new construction, suitable for warm or cold water Itofrigerators, for keeping Meats, Butter, Milk, Ac., in dining room, hall, or cellar Water Filters, for purifying muddy or had Water,caused by Rains, Limestone, Marl, or other causes. OLIVER EVANS, 61 8. Second, 1 door below Chestnut street, mar8fr? Philadelphia DR. J. K. AUSTIN, (Late of Warrenton, Va.) OFFICE and Residence?f street, north side, one dooi sbors 10th, mj* 27?TfcAftf TRAVELING. SOTOCZK AKJiANUKHKHT 1851, From New York and intermediate l'Lactt. rpiIK CAMDEN AND AMBOY RAILROAD and Pbila X delphia Mill Truiitou Railroad lines Wave Waluut atrc?t wharf, Philadelphia, for New York, an follow*: let claw). 24 claw. At 0 a. m., via Camden and Jersey city, (Sunday* exoepted,) fttre $3 $2 50 At 0 a. in., via Taoouy and Jersey city, fare 3 2 50 At 10 a. in., via Camden and South Am boy, faro 3 200 At 4 p. hi.; via Camden and South Am lioy, fare 3 2 00 | At 6 p. in., via Tacony and Jersey city, (daily,) fare 3 2 60 Emigrant nnd Transportation Linn from Philadelphia at 4 p. in., via ikmlentown and South Amboy, (except Sundays,) tare $1 60. Merchandise transported at low rates to and from New York. may 7?d2m GREAT REDUCTION OF FRICE8! Bargains ! Bargains ! ! McLAIN A HARRY, Sivknth Stkkkt, would most re spectfully inform their friends and the public gene rally, that they aru positively selling off their stock of Spring and Summer Goods at prime oost, for CASH. Pur chasers may rest assured that there is no humbug about it. All they auk is a call, and they promise that none shall go away disappointed. Remember that their store, for the present, is ou SEVENTH STREET, between II and I. [June 0?tf jTa. xirkpatrick, MARBI.E AND FREE-STONE CUTTER, K tlreel, between 13t/i and lift, Washington Oily, D. C. MARBLE MANTLES, Monuments, Tombs, Mead and Foot Stones, Act, constantly on hand, of the best I quality and workmanship. All kinds of Btono, for Build-1 Ing, Ac. All kinds of work In his line faithfully executed 1 at the shortest notice. ap 10?tf General Banking and Exchange Business. COPARTNERSHIP. THE undersigned respectfully announce to the public j 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. BAYNE, mar 24?tf Of Baltimore, Maryland. Clothing! Clothing!! Clothing!!! CHEAP, CHEAPER, CHEAPEST. rrHK subscriber would say to his friends and the pub- ] I lie, that he has on hand the largest and most desira ble stock of Ready-made Clothing (of all kindis) to be found in the District, and he would invite all purchasers who are fond of buying b aru aims and saving their money to give him a call, as he feels confident that his low prices and good articles must in all cases give entire satisfaction. Boys' Clothing in abundance, of every desirable style, make and finish, suitable for tho present season, to which he would invite the particular attention of parents and guardians. WM. WALL, Pcnn. avenue, between Otli and 10th sts. 49" N. B. A fine assortment of piece goods constantly on hand, which will be made to order at the lowest rates. June 4?tf LEVERETT'S LATIN LEXICON, ENLARGED AND IMPROVED, compiled chiefly from the Magnum Totius Latliiitatia lexicon at Facclolati | and Forcelllni, and the German work* of Bcheller and Lue nemann, embracing, also, the classical distinctions of 1 words, and the Etymological Index from Freund'a Lexi- ] eon. The present edition of this standard and favorite Latin Lexicon lias been much improved by the transfer to its columns of the classical distinctions of Latiu words, as 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 example, a word without a figure la fully classical and Ciceronian; with, the figuref 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 Freund's Lexicon, has been incorporated into the present edition of Loverett, and will be found a valuable acquisi tion. While transferring these notes and marks, cat.v 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 Levcrett, so far as a knowledge of the Latin language Is concerned, very far exceeds that of those found in Riddle's Freund. The extensive use of Leverett's Lexicon in all parts of the country, aud the preference which has Uwn universally given to it over all similar works, render its recommends tion superfluous; but attention to this new edition is respectfully invited, as being still inore worthy than its predecessors of the distinguished favor which the work has hitherto received. W ILK INS, CARTER A Co., Publishers, mar 24? 16 Water street, Boston. I GREAT chance for Book Agents to clear from $600 to $1,000 a year! Books of universal utility. SEARS' NEW AND POPULAR WORKS?the most splendidly Illustrated volumes for families ever issued on the Ame rican continent, containing more than room thousand is oka vinos, designed and executed by the most eminent artists of England and America. The entire series have been carefully examined, and strongly recommended to Superintendents, Trustees, and Teachers of Schools, by the following distinguished gentle men: His Excellency Hamilton Fish, Kx-Oovcrnor of the State of New York; Christopher Morgan, Secretary ot State, and Superintendent of Common Schools, N. Y.; T. Romeyn Bock, esq., M. D.. Secretary of the Regents of the University, N. Y.; the Legislative Committee on Colleges, Academies, and Common Schools; Rev. Edward Hitch cock, LL. D., President of Amherst College, and Professor of Geology, Massachusetts.* Amherst College, Dec. 25,1848. Mr. Robert Sean?Dear Sir: 1 have looked over the en 1 tire series of your valuable publications with much In j terest and profit; and am quite surprised at the amount of literary labor you have performed, and tho research It ' must have cost you to obtain so many fine illustrations, | while you have an active superintendence of an extensive business. I am also gratified at the decidedly moral and | religious Influence which vour books will exert, and can not but hope that they will do much to counteract the j effects of that light and immoral literature which deluges j the land, and, like the frogs of Egypt, comes up even to I the kneading troughs of our kitchens. May yon live long to follow your plans. Respectfully and sincerely, yonr obliged servant, EDWARD HITCHCOCK. I * The works alluded to as having been examined and I recommended, are as follows: A new and popular Pictorial 1 Description of the United States, Pictorial History of the : i American Revolution, Scenes and Sketches of Continental 1 Europe, Description of Great Britain and Ireland, Picto- i rial Family Annual, Treasury of Knowledge, Information tor the People, The Family Instructor, Pictorial Sunday Book, Bible Biography, Bible History, and second series 1 I of The Wonders of the World. j Gentlemen of respectability and of good address wanted j to sell the 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 lie paid. Please address ROBKRT SEARS, Publisher, I mar 24? 128 Nassau street, N.Y._ WM. GOODRICH A OO'S MERCANTILE ft LAW AGENCY, No. 116 Market st., Philadelphia. AseociAT* omns. TAPPAN A DOUGLASS. New York. K. KUSSELL A CO., (late Geo. W. Gordon,) Boston. J. D. PRATT A CO., Baltimore. WM. B. PIKROK A CO., Cincinnati. OH AS. BARLOW A CO., St. Louts. WM. B. PIERCE A CO., Louisville. This well known and extensive establishment Invite* Merchants, Manufacturers, and Bankers, to an Investiga tion of Its system, and gratuitous test of its records of the standing and responsibility rl 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 believe 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 facili ties, and have been unusually successful. Having full lists and reports of nearly all the Attorneys in the United States, we are at all times prepared to fur nish you, gratuitously, the names of good and responsible lawyers In any part of the United States and Canadas. Connected with our Agency is a Commissioner for near ly all t.he States, who is enabled to afford every facility and legal form for preparing accounts, Ac., for Immediate use, thereby avoiding a delay oflen fatal to the collection of a debt. mar 24 General Emigration and Passage Office, No. 87 thirling Slip, New l'orlt, near Pulton Firry. riMIE subscriber begs leave to Inform his friends and 1 the public, that his arrangements are such for bring- | Ing out and forwarding passengers to and from Liverpool by the old and favorite Black Star Line of Packets, sailing to end from New York and Liverpool every week, as to ensure cheap and quick conveyances. The ship* com prising this line are all new and first class packets, com manded by old and experienced commanders. Also, Agent for the Star l.lne of Glasgow Pa^'t". SSll ing every month Also, Agent fhr the g^dld Line of New York and Louisiana Line of New Orleans packets, ^DriSts'at sight" furnished for W ?^UB* ^ Ireland, and Scotland THOS. H. O'BRIEN, mar 24? 87 Burling Slip, 2 doors from South it Gregory's California Package Xzprwa. TUB SUBaCRIBEKS will despatch SPECIAL MESSENGERS, two or mora tiiim* per mouth, by Stnunnhips, via II |,|J nml PANAMA, lu charge able _v,i , PiroelgJuweJry, valuables uid maJl 111 <*??* in Hau Fran tic ujgjj steamers, and b? delivered lu advance ot I n toeOnueX1 on"wto 'he P?bHc that we have entered the iTSXbo a^u^i, 1 ^""^rtation Lou*, on i from Chtwiv'rt to p. JT ' to us to transport our goods I T,dihvlnJLS!de TS 3KS | Francisco within a specified time. <*envery ln Ban 111 addition to the superior qualities of the Itn. iw. ?k transaction of Merchandise, its manifest h<1v*i,??,\5 the IT. 8. Mail and all other competitors, In the transpo" tatlon of letters and parcels betweeu the Pacific uiidA t. 1 an tic States, are well known and already generally ??> predated by the public. The value of a mercantile letter" delivered by us three or four days in advance of all other competition, being properly estimated. We have also established agencies in GUAYAQUIL CALLAO, and VALPARAISO, for which ports, and other cities on tho South American coast, we are prepared to receive LETTERS and PARCELS, which will be promptly despatched to their destination by our agent in Panama. The mall for South America is mado up but once a moul1'- THOMPSON A HITCHCOCK, Managers and Agents, HO Pear, cor. of Wall st., New York. .1 ! m i n PERMISSION, to Messrs. Johnson A Low don, lift Wall st.; Spofford, Tileston A Co., 48 South st: Nesmlth A Co., 60 l'ine st.; and Levi Apgar A Co., 76 Dey 525: mar 34? FANCY GOODS, FOKEION AND DOMESTIC. W"vH.CA RY a CO., 243 and 245 Pearl street, New ? v York, 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 un provcd credit. r Under their present arrangements they can offer great induoementfl on all their Foreign Good#, and will giva their customers tho benefit of the large discounts which tliey have gained by tho increased amount of their pur chases. r j They pledge themselves to sell many styles of American Goods at manufacturers' prices. Their stock will be kept full during tho whole year, and all orders will be promptly supplied. They particularly Invite the Mexican and South American dealers to exam ine their stofk of Jewelry, manufactured expressly, for those markets; also their stock of Ivory Combs, adapted for exjwrtation. The following articles constitute a part of their stock. Unen Threads?Varic us makers, plain and satin finished, black, drab, whito, brown, und colored, Nos. 20x80 Spool Cotton?Clark's, Alexander's, Smith's Eagle, and Wellington's, white, black, and colored, Nos. 10x160, 26 to 300 yards Tapes and Bobbins?Linon and cotton, assorted colors and sizes Cutlery-Razors, Knifes, Shears, Scissors, and Tablo Knives and Forks, Mode A Butcher's, Wostcnholm's, Rodgers', and other celebrated makers Brushes?Ilair, Cloth, Teeth, I'Hint, Varnish, Shaving, Shoe, Crumb, Horse, Scrubbing, Ac., Ac., in great variety f Musical Instrument*?Accordions, Violins, Flutes, Fifes, Clarionets, Ilarmonicans, Ac. Fans?A large and rich assortment, consisting of beauti fully carved pearl, ivory, bone, and wood sticks; also plain sticks, with plain, fancy, aud silvered paper Ivory Combs?Fine 8, SS, SSS, and NPU, 1 Ux4 finches Combs?Plain and fiui :y Tuck, Dressing, Pocket, and Side, of shell, buffolo, and born Guns?Single and Doable, .English and American, real and imitation Twl:it; also a variety of Rifles Pistols?Kngllsh and German, Pocket, Bolt, and Holster; Colt's and Allen and Thurber's Revolvers; also, a complete assortment of Sporting Apparatus Perfumery?Lubin's, Mangenet A Coudray's, Fiver's, Pin aud's, and Kde'B fine Kxtracts Soaps?1/ow's White nnd Brown, Windsor and Honey; Lubin's, Gucrlain's, Pinaud's, and Mangenet A Cou dray's assorted styles, Ac., Ac. Also?Percussion Caps, Needles, Pins, Hooks and Eyes, Steel Pens, Suspenders, Buttons of all styles, Pocket books, Port Monti ales, Purses, Stationery, Beads, Whalebone, Looking-glasses, Ac., Ac. Ivory, Tortoise Shell, Pearl Shell, Horns, Tips, Ac., for manufacturers. Catalogues In the French, Spanish, German, and Eng lish languages. mar 24? STATIONERS' WA KEIIOUSE, 26 South Fourth 8treet, Philadelphia. (Wholesale only.) k- LIPMAN, Importer of French and Eng lish Stationery, offers to the trade, at Stationers' Ware house, a complete assortment of STAPLE AND FANCY STATIONERY, or the best quality, at the lowest rates. mar 24? LAUliENCE THOMSON & CO., IMPORTERS of Biandies, Wines, and Segars, No. 1 Ex change Place, Baltimore, offer for sale an extensive assortment of? BRANDIES?J. Hennessy, J. J. Durand, superior old Jean Louis, 1811 and 1838; Mnglory; Otard, Dupuy A Co.; Pinet, Castillon A Co.; Martell; J. Durand A Co.; A. Seig nette; J. J. Dupuy >nd J. Kraud brands. WINES?Champagne, Claret, and Ilock, of various grades. Also, Port, Sherry, Madeira, Siciiy, Lisbon, Bur gundy, Malaga, and other Wines, In great variety. 1 SUGARS?Havana and Principe Segars, of approved I brands, constantly receiving from the manufacturers. ; HOLLAND GIN?(Jrape and Gray Mare brands, of line I flavor; also, London Brown Stout and Porter; Bordeaux and Marseilles Sweet Oil. Sardines, Maccaroni, Vermicelli, | Olives, Capers, Castile Soap, Bay Bum, Roll Brimstone, Canary Seed, Ac. mar 34 BRINK <v mi imw \. Iron * Steel Mer chants, Importers and dealers in American, Swede, Norwegian, lCefined, Cable, and common English Iron; manufacturers of Boiler Rivets and Spikes, Hoop, Band, 8croll, Flue, Boiler, Sheet, Small Iron, Axle Iron, 11.1 North Water street, aud 64 North Delaware avenue, mar 24? SlIKI'PARD A VAN HABLINGEN, No 274 Chesnut street, above Tenth, Philadelphia, have just received per steamer splendid Table and Piano Covers, Damask Table Cloths, Napkins, Moreens, aud Worsted Damasks. mar 24? First Premium Grand and Square Pianos. KNABK A G.tfHLE, Manufacturers, [7*-?T Nos. 4, 0, 8, 9, and 11 Kutaw street, Bal "7 J y rj f7 timore. New tributes to the excellence ? * If " of Baltimore made Piano Fortes. Tho Maryland Institute, at their last exhibition, awarded to us the First Premium for the best Grand Piano, and also the First Premium for the best Square Piano exhibited. - It will be recollected that in 1848, our Piano also received the First Premium by the same Institute. Such testimonials are not easily earned, and are not to be lightly regarded. We may therefore say that having taken the First Premium, wherever our Instruments met with competition, we offer them to the public with a con fidence we might not otherwise avow, guaranteeing all Instruments made bjius to give satisfaction, or they may be exchanged within six mouths from day of sale. The durability of our workmanship we further guarantee for live years. Having just completed large additions to our Manufac tory, we hope now to supply all who may honor u* with their patrouage; nnd we invite all who desire a superior Instrument, carefully adapted to the climate?a very im portant matter, and which we have made our carcftil study?to call and examine our various styles, which we are constantly finishing, and which will be sold at the lowest market price for cash or approved paper. In addition to the above public testimonials, our Pianos are recommended In terms of tho highest praise by tho following eminent artists, whose certificates can be seen at our \V are rooms: Charles Bochsa, the great composer and mustcal director to Mad. A. Bishop; Mr. Goo. Knoop; Miss Adele and Charles Ilohnstock, and other distin guished performers. To the many accomplished Professors and Amateurs, by whom our Pianos are constantly used, J whilst making our thankftil acknowledgments to them, we refer for further testimonials. Old Pianos taken in exchange. Pianos hired ami tuned. mar 24 SILK GOODS. BOWKN A McNAMKB, 112 and 114 Broadway, New ?or*, 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, embriicing every variety of the newest and richest styles offered In this market. Sample cards are now rtwdv for exhibition. Merchant* from ?Tery miction of the country, and particularly our old friends and custom em, are assured that 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 test trade in the larger cities and towns. The following embrace the leading articles of our stork ? Extra rich Chene and Brocade Silks. Bich Paris Bareges. Muslins, and Organdies. Rich print**] Silk Tissues, new article. New style English Poplins. Barege de l.ainos, Paris patterns. New style French Prints. English, Scotch, and American Printed Lawn*. Super Black Gros de Bhines. French and English Ginghams. Plaiu and embroidered Canton Crape Shawls. Rich Paris Ribbons, large assortment. Millinery Silks, Crapes, Ac. Dress Trimmings, newest style. Bombasines, Alpacas, and Muslin de Laines. Laces and Embroidery. Linens and White floods of every description. Kid flloves, best manufacture. English and flerman Silk and Cotton Hosiery, Long and Square Cashmere Shawls. Bich Silk Mantillas, great variety. Pongee and Spltalfleld llamlkerchlcfa. I Italian Cravat" and Sewing Silks. Also, a great variety of rich goods for evening dresses not enumerated in the above. Also, Sinchews, Sarnets, Fancy Silk Cravats R.? at... Plaid hong Shawls, l.lnen Cambric Handkerchief*, Oreen Bareges. Satins Silk Scarfa, Suspenders, Plain black and high colored Mou*ellne de T?ainen Turkov wvi *#-Those who visit this market for .filk Gnndt. who would oonsult their interest, and who desire to see a stock unsurpassed in every department at the very low est market prices, are respectfully invited to cell. mar 44??