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SATURDAY APTERNOON, AUGUST 9. Sunrises ? ? ? 6b. 7m. | Sun nets - ? ? Th. 3m. LIGHT INFANTRY EXCUBSION. THE COMMITTEE OF ARltANGE MENTS i?kr pleasure lu announcing ^.V JaSuINGTON LIGHT INFANTRY have rliu tared the stoamboat Columbia for an excursion down the Potomac on Tumdat ivikinu, August 12. The Boat will leave Georgetown at 2 o'clock, Riley's wharf at 3^0 clock, and the Nary Yard at o'clock, and return about miduight. . ,. The Company's Baud will be on board, as well as a OotlUon Baud for those who wish to dance. The Cltikuu's Line of Omnibuses will be at the whart to oonvey passengers to the Northern Liberties, Georgetown and the Navy Yard when the Boat arrives. The same line of stages will leave the corner of 7 th street and Penn aylvanla avenue, and 12th street and Pennsylvania ave nue, on the afternoon of the excursion, to conrey per sons to the boat. t Refreshments in. abundance, embracing J^in choice Cream, and a good supper will bo served on board by Mr. O. Columbus, whose experience as a caterer will Insure general satisfaction. Tlokets $1, admitting a gentleman and ladles; to be bad at the usual placet) and at the Boat. Jos. II. Tat?, John W. Mead, J. O. Warnkh, Committee. James E. Powers, Wm. W. S. Kere, Wm. U. Clark, Treasurer. Jy 21,28 Aug.2,6,0,11?At ROCHET BONNETS Stiffened and Presied, at Mrs. E. COLLI SON'S Millinery A Fancy Store, Jy 26?tf 7 th street, t&- above H. SHOES! SHOES!! SHOES!!! IV /ToLAIN A UAHKY have In store a good assortment jyi of the abovo-namod goods, suitable for Men, Boys , Ladles', Misses, and Children's wear, whioh must be sold for some prioe by the 1st of September. [June > tf A New and Beautiful Style of Painting! THUS undersigned have the pleasure of announcing to their customers, and the Public generally, that they are now successfully using that new, beautiful and dura ble article, but lately introduced Into this city?the Zinc Paint from the Sussex Mirim, N. J., which tar surpasses, in beauty of finish and durability, the best of white leads. All disagreeable and poisonous effects, common to other Paints,' are by this avoided. Wo would respectfully refer those who wish to be better Informed of its merits before having their houses painted, to? Com. 0. W. Skinner, Com. Jos. Smith, J. Lathrop, esq., Navy Agent, Major W. Relllv, and Thos. Ratoliffe, esq. y ^ ' D. FINCH A SON, cor. of K and 12th sts. N B All shades of different colors made from this article. June IT?tf AMV.RTCAU AND FOREIGN AGENCY, CITY OF WASHINGTON, Under the directum of Aarox IIaiqht Palmer, of New York and WoOTHWoroif Garrettsow Snetheh, of New Orleans, Attorneys and CbunseUors of the Supreme Churl of the United State*. This establishment Is formed for the following objects: 1. For practising law In the Supreme Court of the Uni ted States, and conducting professional business before 2^Fo?itho prosocntion and rocovery of all claims, inlaw 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 accounts with tho State, Irea sury, War, Navy, Post Office, and Interior Departments, and obtaining the remission of fines, penalties, and for feitnres for alleged "violations of the revenue, post 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 coun tries. , ,. 0. For the purchase and sale of lands in any of the States or Territories of the Union, and loaning moneys on mortgago 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. AU communications addressed, post-paid, to Messrs. Palmer & Snethen, American and Foreign Agency, City of Washington, will receive prompt and faithful attention. 8 ' PALMER & SNETHEN, June 30?ly? Office No. 6 Carroll Place, Capitol Hill. ~ MEADOW BANK MINERAL SPRINGS. THE 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 reoeive boarders. Gen tlemen with their families, or slnglo persons, can be ac commodated with board and lodging by tho month, week, or (lay. Pio-nic or other parties can also be accommo dated by giving previous notice. ? . f Upon tho Farm, near tho house, is a Spa Spring, or well known medical properties, being strongly impreg nated wUh Sulphur, Iron, Salts, and Magnesia. There will be, at all times, at the Spring, Refreshments for visiters, vl*: Lemonade, Ice-Cream, and all the Fruits of the season. Disorderly j?rsons excluded from the crounds, and no visiters received on Sundays, lie desires to bo governed by the rules of Temperance, aud 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 PM?acdow Basks, June 10,1861. R. W. BURROWS, p. g. A good seoond-hand PIANO wanted, to purchase ?r K good sober COOK can find a place by calling on the subscriber. Satisfactory reference required. Reference can be made to John F. CaUan, esq., Clement II Bennett, esq., or to John Van Reswlok, esq. ? June 11?eo'2m "? w- 2L UMBRELLAS AND PABAS0L8. ?V at WE would Invite the Ladles to call and examine *1# our extensive Stock of Green, Blue, and Black Watered, Bordered and Lined Silk and Satin Tuer PARASOLS?the largest assortment In the District, at of UMBRELLAS, all of the latest '"jUST RECEIVED?a handsome variety of Silks and Scotch Ginghams for re-eovering. ex^epalring *nd C?rerln8 falAhl oSkSSr PAnCO. y may 6?8m Penn avenue, near 4 street. JAS. Y. HARVEY, Undertaker, Seventh street, between O and II streets, WOULD respectfully return his thanks to his fellow-cltliens, and those of the sur rouud!nTooWBtry, for their past patronage, and would in form them that L Is fully prepar^ t^ al^^rs for Funerals nt the shortest notice. Ho would respectruii} say that he has taken considerable pains to provM'' bim seff with all manner of conveniences for an Undertaker. Ills mode of preserving bodies in the wannest weather has never failed to give the utmost satisfaction. 00- i(e keeps constancy on hand a large supply of ready-made COFFINS, of all sizes. j?ne 2?MWAS?y fMarlboro' Oalette? ly] HUDSON RIVER FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK, Office Seventh street, third door above D, (opposite the office of the Intelligencer.) CAPITAL $200,000, All paid in and securely invested, besides a large surplus. ? Will Insure MERCHANDISE, DWELLINGS, HOUSE HOLD FURNITURE, aud other property, any where in the District aud adjoinihg States, on tho most favorable No policy Issued for a greater amount than $6,000 ^Th" VuMie may rest assured that all losses sustained by this Company will be liberally adjusted ard prompt LT P*">' ISAIAH BLOOD, President. T. C. MORGAN, Vice President. P. J. Avert, flocr'y. GEO. B. ARMSTRONO, may l?-lawtf Agent. Washington, D. 0. FIRE INSURANCE. JKTNA INSURANCE COMPANY. Money Capital #300,000. I). A. Hall, Agent. PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY. Money Capital i300,000. B. W. LAT1IAM, Agent. noi-esUiblished (\rmpanies of Hartford, Connecticut. Insure against Fire all descriptions of property on land, ? '??^-tV!Ku3oS'1 "* site the Poet OSll. " IN FAIR WEATHER PREPARE FOR RAIN. DANIKL PIKRCK continues to cover and re pair UMBRELLAS and PARASOLS as usual, ^C?at bis old stand, Pennsylvanin avenue, south side, between 12th and 13th streets, sign of th black and white Umbrella. A general assortment Of Umbrellas for sale. Silk, Gingham, and other materi als suitable for every description of repairs, always on hand. tSf Pa. av., south side, between 12th and 13th streets. June 3- eotf FAMILY GROCERIES. Z. M. pTkINO, Oar. 16th ami l.rt sts., ne/irly opposite, the Presidents House, Dealer In FINE TKA8, of every description ; all rare and choice articles pertaining to a First-Class Family Grocery and Variety Store. His Express Waqoh will deliver goods free of charge. . . ?, . ^ IMHIIINU Tackle Juet received.?Rods? 1 Patent. Slides, Cane. Hasel, Ac. Lines?Furnished ? An?s (trass Lines, Ac. Hooks?Limerick, Rirhy, Front Kites. Ac. GRAY, Bookseller, Jons IT?eotf 7th street, opposite Odd-Fellows* Hall. GEOBGKTOWN and its affairs. Gkukciktown, August 9?12 m. Keep &u eye to your wash-housea and clothe's lines. A merchant on High ?treet purchased yesterday of a colored boy a bag, containing, as he (the merchant) supposed, rags, for which he paid him. After the boy had left, circumstances caused him to suspect that all was not right, ?uid upon examining the bag he discovered that | instead of rags it contained a quantity of ex cellent Summer clothing. He pursued the boy, made him give up the money, and retained the | clothing, a portion of which has been identified by the owners. A Viaoua Dog.?Yesterday evening a little boy by the name of Moulding was so badly torn j by a dog, that it is thought h# cannot reoover. 1 understand the dog was shot immediately. John Marbury, esq., has been chosen Presi dent of the l'otomac Fire Insurance Company. JJrurers Heat.?Through the politeness of the | gentlemanly host Mr. Lewis Means, I have been furnished with the following report for the I week ending to-day: 461 head of beef cattje; 181 head sold to Georgetown and Washington butchers at prices ranging from $2.26 to $2.76 per hundred lbs. gross; 270 head drove to Bal timore. Old sheep from $1.76 to $2.60 per head ; lambs from $1.76 to $2.26 do. Flour was rising at laBt quotations. There I was a sale this morning of 260 bushels white | wheat at 88c.; we also note a sale of 1800 do. white corn at G0@62c. ; corn meal G6@70c. All our mills are making preparations fori doing a heavy business the coming season, and when they get in full blast they will turn out about 1,100 barrels of flour per day. Our market was literally crammed this morn ing with every thing in the shape of meats, vegetables, fruits, &c. All of which sold brisk | and at moderate prices. Arrivals.?Packet schooner Mott Bedell, Be-1 dell, New York, via Norfolk, to Peter Berry; schr. Constitution, Lyell, Westmoreland county, Va., wheat, to Wm. Edes. Sailed.?Packet sohooners Harriet, Garrison, Scott, and Philadelphia. Elkctbo. " Piulantiiropos" is unavoidably deferred I till our next. The Thomas Collykb will make a grand pleasure excursion on Tuesday next. IfKORGETOWN. HAMS, SHOULDERS, LAW), 4C Qf) OOO BOUNDS bright Shoulders ,j'' ' j V/UV7 4,000 extra sugar-cured Hums 30 barrels prime Loaf Lard 120 do rectifiod Whisky 140 packages clarified and crushed Suimr 100 dozen Buckets 100 nests flour Buckets 00 hbds. Porto Bico Sugar 200 pounds Nutmeg 10 casks Sperm Oil 40 bbls. Whale Oil Just received and for sale by MORTON k WILSON au 5?lw? opp. Bay's Mill, Water st, Georgetown. 8UPKBIOB OLD WHISKY, WINES, Ac. I 'I S. very 8uperior old Whisky, of 1841 20 eighth-casks pure Port Juice 20 quarter do. choice Old Port Wine 10 do do Burgundy do 40 do do Sherry Wine, Tery choice i do M"*leira do. various favorite brands 30 half pi pen Dark and Pale Brandy 1 pipe Holland Qin, "Grape" brand 70 half-chests Green and Black Tea 20 cases Olives, Sardines, Ac. 30 do Claret Wine Just recei ved aud for sale by MOBTON A WILSON. ttU?PP' Ml11' ?t., Georgetown. BOARD! BOARDBOARD! T^I VE OR SIX SINGLK GENTLEMEN can be accom rf Uiodated with comfortable board at Mrs. Pax.mui'n Boarding-house, Bridge street, between Green and Wash ington streets, Georgetown, D. C. au 1 3wTu?SS EDUCATION A T, EPISCOPAL INSTITUTE for YOUNO LADIES Northwest comer of 9th and E streets. ' ri>HK INSmOTE will resume its session on the first ?guA SEHSHS*"' ,ko tJenn; for day pupil?-per session office months-tr om $10 to $22, in hn^lirth Knd Mathematics. Aneiont and modern languages, Music, Drawing, Paint ing, Ac., extra. Circulars to bo had of tho Principal. Early application for admission is necessary. ... _ WILLIAM J. CLARK, Principal. Washington Ctrr, August 3, 1851. au 4?dt8ep.6? " THE UNION FEMALE ACADEMY," On 14th street, between II and New York Avenue. siCVAK1>r coramcuon the Second Year in .^JSnLn!lr?.5?r Y??nK 8th, brick building just erected for the purpose. and fitted up with the best furniture. The young lad|P? will have access, free of charge, to the library, and the targe arui beauti/,d collection nf new apparatus, in the til'rn 5J^emy: Th?y w1'' "'"o have tho privilege of at tending the semi-monthly Lectures on Philosophy, Chem istry, Ac., by the l>rincipal of the Union Academy. T . A " ?.f th" Principal, oorner of 14th and I streets, or at U. Kamhsm'w liookstore. [au % ood4w CLASSICAL, MATHEMATICAL, AND COM MERCIAL INSTITUTE, Under the care of Rev. Alfred Ilolmead, Hector, and Mr. Charles Tucker, A. M. TIIE DUTIES of this Institution will bo resumed on ? of Au8u?t, in the lower Saloon of Mr. Ca rusi's building. In English, Mathematics, Greek, Latin, and French, the course will be full and thorough. Pupils fitted for the Counting-room or College. The experience of fifteen years, in the management of boys, induces the confident belief that the satisfaction ex pressed by their numerous former patrons, both in Marv land and Virginia, will be shared by those who may be pleased to entrust tho education of their sons to their care. and further information apply to tho Reotor, the Rev Alfred Ilolmead, at his residence on !?th, between E and F streets. _ [jy A. ZAPP0NE, Teacher of French, Spanish and Italian?Translator and General Agent. A FEW BEGINNERS maybe taught on tho Guitar. Classes of gentlemen meet at his room, Pennsyl vania avenue, north side, between 3d and VX street. Jy 23?tf 'I'llK UNION ACADEMY. Corner of FOUR 1 THKNTH STRUT and NEW YORK AVENUK ? A now and elegant Building is boing erected, and will be furnished in tho most approved modern style, to he. opened on the 1st September, 1861. The Register is now open, and fast filling up with names of applicants for ad ? ^ had 'be Principal, or at R. FAItNHAM S Book Store. Examine?then decide. June 14?tf Z. RICHARDS, Principal. Encourage your own Mechanics, Manufacturers, and Seamstresses. WILLIAM II. FAULKNER, Sign nf the Shirt, south side of Penna. avenue, respectfully In vites tho editions of Washington, and all others who desire to have SHIKTH of all sixes, qualities, pattern, or price, to call upon htm at his Shirt Factory, oppo site tho United States Hotel; whore he will execute their or ders. and warrants his shirts, which are manufactured by the Seamstresses nf Washington only. to bo good fits and g<iod work manship. William II. Faulkner has 30 Washington seamstresses constantly employed in making shirts, the demand for which has greatly Increased since they have been worn and tested br mem bers of Congress and other citi xens who have purchased them. He would respectfully sub mit that an establishment like his, which gives regular employment, at fair living prices, to a large nnmber of respectable and industrious females, Is deserving nf liberal encouragement from the cltixens of Washington especial ly, who are hound by principles of reciprocity and Inter est to encourage their own seamstresses, mnnu&cturers and mechanics. Shirts, Collars, Bosoms, Cravats, Handkerchiefs, Sus penders, Ac., constantly kept for sale. Call and view the assortment. Good SHIRT-MAKERS can always obtain employment. June 10??otf [Intelligencer oopy.J by telwshavh. Loiunvuiidi, Augiwt U?p. ?? Lynn Boyd, Breckenridge, Maoou, and a tau ten, Democrats, andGr?y, Ewing, Ward, White, and Marshall, Whigs, are elected to Cougresa. The result in the fifth district is uncertain. In sixteen oounties the vote showB a gain of twenty-two hundred for Powell, Democrat, for Governor; but Dixon, Whig, is doubtless elected by a small majority. The legislature is Whig. In Indiana, Parker is the only Whig elected ; the rest all Democrats. The first district is not fully heard from. The legislature is Democratic. Nbw Yobk, August 9?2 p. m. Flour has declined. State brands $3.81 @ $3.94. Grain steady. Baltimore, August 9?2 J p. m. Sales of 600 bbls. Howard street and City Mills flour at $4. Grain unchanged. New Orleans, August 6.?The steamship Pampero Bailed on Sunday morning at five o'clock for Cuba, via the Florida Coast, with eight hundred men. Boston, August 8.?Daniel Webster loft here this morning for Franklin, N. H., and Mrs. Webster for Saratoga. Hon. Samuel H. Walley has declined to ac oept the Mayoralty of Roxbury. The Webster Whigs speak of him as their candidate for Gov j ernor. I Albany, August 8.?Jenny Lind arrived here this evening and loft immediately for Niagara. The trotting match at Rochester to-day, be tween Lady Suffolk and St. Lawrence, for three hundred dollars, was won easily by the former. Nbw Yobk, August 8.?Captain Line, of the bark Panchito, from Mantanzas, the 26th, re ports that business was dull, and a large num ber of vessels were lying idle. A new Italian paper, devoted to the interests of the proscribed Italian patriots, was issued Coaltson, the man who murdered his wife at Pawtucket a few dayB since, waB arrested to day, on board the schooner Oregon, bound to Virginia. A Labor Cargo of Chinese.?The British ship Henrietta, Cap. Oatts, was entered at the custom-house on Tuesday. She is last from Hong Kong, and brings two hundred and twenty- j three passengers, a list of whom is before us. What a collection of Amunga, and Atings and Achoys! Of the two hundred and twenty-three names, one hundred and ninety commence with the letter A, usually terminating with a G, or a Y, and in every instance two syllables in length. But the most singular circumstance connected with this cargo of Celestials is, that out of the whole number two hundred and twenty-one are are shoemakers, one a doctor, and one a mer chant. There is Afong, Allung, Auchung, Am pung, Andedoddledung, Apung, Chingchung, Ranchung, and a host of other bloods, who smile with their new-moon eyes as though the world was made of rainbows, and a " haw haw" the chief end of man.?Alta Cali/ornian. Bargains.?If you wish to get good bargains, buy of people that advertise. The increased amount of custom which a judicious system of advertising always brings to a Btore, enables the proprietors to sell at smaller profits than those can afford to who have an accidental customer now and then. The following from the Lowell New? tells the story: "We passed the store of the man who don't advertise, yesterday. One clerk was clean ing his fingers with the scissors; another bal ancing his yardstick as he sat listlessly on the counter; while the proprietor, with the same lugubrious expression the unbreeched urchin wears when he drops his dumpling and the dog snaps it, was measuring out by paces the dis tance from one end of the shop to the other. Plenty of customers, like the Priest and the Levite, ' passed by on the other tide !' " The press generally in Virginia indicate op position to Gen. Scott for the Presidency. The world cannot produce stronger EVIDENCE THAN THIS, kindly handed to us by J. Stockbiudge, esq., of the Fountain Hotel, Light street, a gentleman extensively and favorably known. The writer of the letter, Captain Canot, 1ft the brother of the cele brated Physician to Louis Napoleon, President of the French Republic. Numbers of our most respectable citi iens will give equally strong testimony in favor of HAMPTON'S VEGETABLE TINCTURE. It is a certain cure for Dyspepsia, Scrofula, Liver Complaint, 4c., and all diseases from impure blood. . .... Baltimore, June 4,1851. Mr. Stoclbridge of the fountain Jlotd, Light tlrtti, Daltv more. , Dear Sib: Being on the point of leaving the city, l avail myself of a few idle moments to thank you kindly for the medicine you sent me, and which has restored me to the use of my limbf. I beg you to send me four bot tles more, to carry on my voyage. 81noe I hud the for tune to u<te Dr. Hampton'* Vegetable Tincture my confi dence Is so strong thatt In gratitude to the proprietor, of said medicine, I beg you to present my respects to them, and induce them to make it more publicly known as a sure Rheumatic cure. Having called on me on the 19th of April last, and seen me prostrated on my bed, useless siftrtswasfi h1"jx Tincture, and I am positive had it not been for your strong and forcible recommendations I should still havt beiUtsnr^n'y a pity this specific should not be approved by medical meni and like all patentdrugs it should suffer the imputation the public generally V1 ""r'' tions. I myself, who was always opposed to a Patented specific took this medicine with reluctance, and without confidence in it. and It was only ed friendly recommendations, and my critical situation, that Induced me to try this really beneficial \egetabk "vou^ay Inform Messrs. Mortimer * Mowbray that ? ?. nbertv to make use of my name in the sup ?rt ofthegood effi'otsof Dr. Hampton's Vegetable Tine Mire as It has cured me, in five weeks, of a chronic Iti lUimmat'iry Hhrumntum, contracted under truncal rfi ?nd of i/rtm' prrvxlical ihtratum. I have only used three bottles, and find that even thn rir formal part* of my hun<ts arc fast returning to their former natural "Th^e'bcen nnder the treatment of sereral physicians in London and Paris, without any apparent benefit, also, while In New York, having tried the*Thompsonlan and Honuepathlc remedies, after having been tormented with galvanic batteries, cold and aromatic baths, and hundred of internal and external medicines, all to no effect. 1 nm so far, cured by this Hampton's Vegetable Tincture only. Therefore, my dear sir, accept of the assurance o "" "?""jy?)""1'" "? """ VhmJTcaSOT. WONDERFUL CURE OfIIeRF.PITARY SCROFULA ! This certificate is from the pen of a gentleman whom name appears on the journal of Congress?one who is ex tensively and favorably known: ? It affords me pleasure to state that Dr. Jesse ton's Tincture has effected a moat extraordinary cure of mv slave boy Albert. The patient was three yews old, and had the Scrofula-^'" father is scrofulous. ) The boy was a morlng mass of sores from head to foot; the upper lids of the eyes were much swollen.and turned Inside out, exhibiting horrible mattering uloers, that protruded over the eye-ball so as to produce blindness It la 7* true, this child-that I folt resigned to f" ?.f from suffering has been restored to h^th under the treatment of Dr. Hampton. W. P. TUOMABON. Ixuiisvu.l.1, March 20,1861. We have a large number of certificates from our mort respectablecltixens attesting cures m^eby thlscelel.T^ ted Tincture of most every disease that flesh Is heir to After all other remedies have failed, we ask the afflicted to call on the Agenta and get pamphlets with certificates ofrnres MORTIMER A MOWBRAY, Baltimore, General Agents. For sale by C. Stott A Co., Washington, P. C. Joseph Moffett, 7th st. near E. R. S. T. Cissell, Georgetown, jy 16? 3mlf 0. C. Barry, Alexandria, Va. HARDWARE. TnE subscribers have in store a good assortment of nouae Furnishing and Builders' Hardware, Cutlery, Ae., which they offer to those In want at the lowest prices. Also, Agricultural and Gardening Implements, com posing all the article, u^d. j ^ rawjm? k ^ mar 20?tf Odd-Fellows' nail, 7tb street. SAMUEL Will, I? CARPKWCEJl AND BU1LD1UL (fjitte of the firm of Walker ? Witt,) HA8 opened a shop 08 K street, oppoelte Temperance 11*11, between tfth auA 1UUQ streete. Residents on I street, north aide, between 0th Mid 7 th ?tMeta. mar 24?tf JOSEPH WIMSATT, GROCERIES, WINES"TEAS, & LIQUORS, Jtnmylvania Avenue omd Thirteenth strtrt, may 26 Washington City, D. 0. d * y Old Winw, Liqaors, Began, Fresh Foreign Fruits, Comestible*, etc., roa 8ALK BY JAMES T. LLOYD, Jftnnsylvania avenue, 3 doors east of fS/taenth street. may 17?ly C. H. YAH PATTEN, M. O., Hwrgeon Dentist, Office near Urouni's Hotel, l+nnsylvania a venue, Charges New York and Philadelphia prices, uud guaran ties hla work to be equal to any done in thoeo cities, ap 6?tf J NO. B. XIBBEY * CO., Dealer* tn FINE GROCERIES, WINES, AND LIQUORS. No. 6, opposite Centre Market, ap 10 Washington City, D. 0. dAy dr. j.m7 austin, (Late of Warrenton, Va.) OFFICE and Uesldence?V street, north Hide, one door above 10th. mar 27?ThABtf E. W. CROPLEY, Gunsmith, Locksmith, and Bell-Hanger, Pennsylvania avenue, between 'M and 3d streets. GANKS dressed aud mounted; Machinery and Lamps repaired; Turning done in Ivory and Metals. J une 4?eo _ JOHN L. SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND MAGISTRATE, , Office Eighth street, opposite Market. BUSrNKSS of ull kinds requiring the attention of an Attorney, Magistrate, or Agent, will be promptly attended to. Claims brought before Congress and the Departments will receive prompt uttenUon by being placed in his hands. Fee moderate. June 12?y FRANCIS Y. NAYLOR, Copper, Tin, Sheet-Iron and Stove Manufacturer, ROOFING, GUTTERING, Sl'OUTING, Ac. South side Pennsylvania avenue, near Third street, jy 25?tf Washington city, D. C. THOMAS m7 HARVEY" Carpenter $ Builder, Fstreet, between 9th $ 10<A, 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. 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. Office and residence 21st street, two doors north of II. ap 11?tf GEORGE E. KIRK, JTouse and Sign Painter, and Glazier, South side Louisiana avenue, between 6th and 7tli streets, ^Dwelling South F street, between 7th aud 8th streets, Island,) Is prepared to execute to order all descriptions of work in his line. ap 16?6m JAMES F. TUCKER, Officer, Collector, and General Agent. BUSINESS entrusted to him will be attended to in a proper manner, and may be left with any of the Magistrates. Residence 0 street, betwoen and 6th streets, Washington, D. C. jy 29?tf J. McNEALE LATHAM," Attorney at Law, Will practise in the several courts of the District of Columbia. Office on 4V6 street, near First Presbyterian Church. jy 16?tf _ H. H. WOODRUFF, M. D., Chemist and Druggist, Corner of F and 11th streets, Washington, D. C. jy 29?dAy ~N0TICE. THE SUBSCRIBER having permanently located his Wheelwright and Blacksmith shops on the west side of Seventh street, between G and H, he is prepared to execute all orders in his line of business in the most workman-like manner. Thankful for past favors, he respectfully solicits a continuance of public patronage, jy 25?d2w JAMES A. WISE. "THE CHRISTIAN STATESMAN. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. Devoted to African Colonisation and Civilization, to Literature and General Intelligence. TIJK undersigned propose to publish, in the City ol 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 all topics of a high and general interest to their country and mankind. They will en deavor to impress upon the People and Government of the United States and of the several States the importance of colonizing in Africa, with their own consent, the froe people of color of this country, and such as may become free. They will communicate to the public all important information they may obtain in regard to the Geography, Exploration, Resources, Commerce ami 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 oaoftil Family Newspaper, and to secure for its columns, as the public favor shall enable them, contributions, lite rary and scientific, of decided merit. Thb Christian Statxsm vn will be of tho size of the Home Journal or National Era, and exceed in size the Intelligencer or the Chum of this city; and, with but few advertisements, will be nearly filled with matter designed to he 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 paper* in the oountry. Terms.?The Christian Statesman will be two dollars a year, payable in advance. Postmasters or others, who may bo pleased to act a* 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 oopy Ibr one year - - ? $2 00 Single copy for six months - 1 00 , Throe copies tor one year ? ? ? & 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 expected to ap pear early in August, and it is desired that those who ap' disposed to further its great olyects. by their patronage, should indicate their wishes before that time. Orders and communications, addressed (post paid) to Gnrley k Good loe, will receive immediate attention. R. R. GURIiEY, ? D. R. GOODLOE. Colonization Rooms, Washington, June 11, 1851. At a meeting of the Executive Commitk-e 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 he devoted "to sound morality in Politics, to the Union of the States, tothe cause of African Colonization and Civili zation, and to all topics of a high and general Interest to their country"?to be published in this city, by the Rev. R. It. Ourley and D. R. Gocdloe; after the reading of which, It was Respired, That wo cordially and oarnestly recommend the Christian Statesman to the patronage of the friends of African Colonization throughout the United States. June 1ft? W. MeLAIN. Bee. Am. Col. 8oc. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. HOURS OF DKIH ll^ffj^^^^iclVHSenger Trains on the Main Stem and Washington Branch of the Baltimore k Ohio Railroad : Pot Cumberland, Hancock, Martinsburg, Harper's Ferry, Winchester,Frederick, Elllcott's Mills,and Intermediate points, daily, at 8 o'clock, a. m. Night Express Train for Cumberland and the West leaves dally at 9 o'clock, p. m. Eastwahdit. From Cumberland, dally, at 8, a. m. Do. do., by express train fbr Baltimore, at 10 p. m. Hancock, 10% a.m. Martinsburg, 11m a. m. Harper's Ferry, 1 Fred'erick. " 7 )Z a. m. and 1V p. m. I 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 9 o'clock, a. m., and come through by the express train from Philadelphia, will take the evening train from Baltimore. The train 1 from Cumberland will arrive to breakfast at Baltimore, and Its passengers can take the early line for Philadelphia and New York. I Through tickets are Issued between Baltimore and Wheeling fll 00 1 Between Baltimore and Pittsburg 10 00 And between Philadelphia and Wheeling ... 13 00 And between Philadelphia and Pittsburg ... 1200 \ Between Staunton, Va., and Baltimore .... 8 50 The accommodation train between Baltimore and Fred erick will run as at present, leaving Baltimore at 4W, p. m., and Frederick at 40 mlnntes past 7, a. m., Sundays ' excepted. Fare at the rate of three cents per mile. WASHINGTON BRANCH. From Baltimore at 0, a. m. and 5 p. m., daily; and at 9. 1 a. m., dally, except Sundays. From Washington at 6, a. m. and 5, p. m., and at 9, a. m., ! dally, except Sundays. i Round trip tickets, to and from the Relay House, tMrty cent* each. By order: I mar 24? J. T. ENGLAND, Agent GREAT KEDUCTIO* OF PHICEB! pi* ? Bargains ! Bargains I ! MoLAIN A HARRY, Beventh Uthmt, would molt re HiMH:tfuUy inform their friend* wnl the public genc rallT that they are positively selling off th-ir xXa .-k ol Spring and Hummer Goods at urime oost, for CASH. Pur hJ? may rest aasun-d that there la m. humbug about It. Allthey Jk it a call, and they promise that none "hall ao?-*C;SK!?S!.tu,oi,?or,'br.h. SEVENTH STREET, Iwtwoen Hand I. [June!*? J. A. KIEKPA?ICK, MARULK AND FREE-STONE CUTTER, E strut, between 13th and Uth, Washington Otty, D. C. MARBLE MANTLES, Monument*, Tomfr.Uaad ??d Foot Stonea, Ac., constantly ou haud, of the beat uualitv and workmanship. AH kind* of Steue, for BuiUl in*, Ac. All kind* of work in hU line faithfully MMUte! at w* shortast notioo* General Banking and Exchange Bu?lne??. COPARTNERSHIP. riMlK undersigned respectfully announce to 1 that they have entered iuU) e<)|)artn?rBhlp Br w? transaction of a general Exchange and Hanking business in the city of Washington, under the ttrm or? 8ELDEN, WITHERS A CX). All business entrusted to tiiem will be attended to with promptness and fidelity^ ^ 8KU)KN Late Treasurer of the United Statee JOHN W1THKK8, . , Of Alexandria, Virginia. R. W. LATHAM, Of the city of Washington. L. P. BAYNK, , . mar 24 tf (>f Baltimore, Maryland. I^LY PAPER,?One sheet of this Paperwlll de * etroy 10,000 Flies. It U for sale, with full direc tions, at the corner of E and Seventh sts., by LAN June '21? * ? ?*" THK DAILY UEGlHTKtti VUllUHUEU DAILY B* MOHAN A 610KKLS, PHILADELPHIA, Tg circulated extensively among th' M^banU of tl.at I citv and travellers find it in all the Hotels, Steam boat* and Railroad conveyances diverging from I hlla delnh'ia. It contains a correct list of the names of those nersons arriving at the principal hotels dally, and conse uuentlv is the best means the Proprietors of Hotels m other cities can have for extending their business among the travelling public. TSTITVAN8' KIRK AND THIEF l'ROOK SAFES, ( I. for the use of Merchants, Storekeepers, and others afull assortment of various sizes now In store. The above Chests are warranted e<iual to any other make for security against Fire or Burglars, having withstood the test of both without injury or loss to the ownere, In any Instance. Also?In store and for sale: Seal and Letter Copying Presses and DooJ? Trucks, for moving Boxes, Bales, Ac., In Stores Druggists' Presses, with Cylluders and I ans Packing Levers, for Dry Good Stores, Ac. Portable Shower Baths, of new construction, sultablo for W Rt^ri'gerators, for keeping Meats, Butter, Milk, Ac., in Jl Water Fnters, for purifying muddy or bad Water,caused by Rains, Limestone, Marl, or ^/"^VaNS, 61 S. Second, 1 door below Chestnut^rwt, R. mar V? ; ? BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE, and rns BRITISH QUARTERLY REVIEWS. Ourrva f? Min late revolutions and counter-revolutions among^ toe nSdX of Europe, which have fo low* each other in such nf"tireat Britain lu cY ^cur^nd learns the Various conclusions ' tow prices at which they are offered to subscribers. Ihe following Is their list, viz; The London Quartert.v Review, The Edinburgh Review, The North British Review, The Westminster Review, and Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine. 1 Yh^ral The " North'British Review" owes Its establish partment* of human Knowledge. . th in conducted ly Dr. Chalmers, and l&Davld ny Its literal? character Is of the Very highest K The "Westminster," though r^n^underthat S"X.Uon. of uniting in one work the best features ^The'atovePeriodicalTare reprl n ted I n New Vork. Imme- , pies'of^the ori^nals-l^kw^l> Magaxine being an ex act fac simile of the Edinburgh edition. ;?H For any two, "" - ^ ? For any three, d0 ' ? ? For all four of the Reviews, ? W u For Blackwood's Magazine, o 00 <( For Blackwood and three Reviews, 9 00 4 For Blackwood and four Reviews, 10 00 Pnvmtntt tn bf made in all cases in advance. , ^Remittances and eommunlcatlons should 1^ always ?/ldressed post paid or franked, to the lubiishers, addressed, pool i LEONARD SCOTT A CO., 7a Fulton street, New York. I n. Entrance 64 Gold st. j mar 24? | 7^, MAT chatioe fbr Book Agents to I T ii 000 a vw^rl BooKb of universal utility, j . ,,iv rMvunmended to Superintendents, Trustees, and I TVjacher* o7s<'hi>?ls, by the followlngdjjtlnguishwl gentle j "f ". Kxrellnnnv Hamilton Fish, Ex-Governor of the I 8ui MT5SK Christopher Morgan, Secretary of State and Superintendent of Common ffchools, N. Y.. T. ! * ?IU. >i I).. KiH-retary of the Regents of the i University N*Y ; the legislative Commltteca on Coll?g< s. Aakdemle': and Common Schools; Rev. Edward Hitcb ??k, LL. D , President of Amherst College, and Prolfcssor of Geology, Massachusetts* .. Amhernt College, Dec. 26, 1848. *1, r/nhert Sears Dear Sir : 1 have looked over the en I tir^serieTTf vnu, valuable publications with much in- , I u-rest and profit; and am quite the^i^h"! iwnmrv labor you have performed, and tnt, 1W an n iv i ?,..l b.T. J?? l? ?M*? ? ?"1 ssws's i ss &E?? ??., ? The works alluded to as having Is^en examine.! and !Lon<i*H arc Hfi follows: A new and popular I ictonal 1 Description of the United States. Pictorial History of the i American Revolution, Scenes and Sketches of C^ntlnenUl VnmVM- in scription of Great Britain and Ireland, llcto- i ri.l Vainilv Annual, Treasury of Knowledge, Information for the People, The Family lnstructer, Pictorial Sunday I Book, Bible Ittography, Bible History, and second series 1 nf Thw VTondera of the World. ... * ? I Gentlemen of rcupectabllity and of goorl addrets wanted to sell the above popular Pictorial W orks. Full partictr larTof the principles and profits of the Agency willbe | given on application either personally or by letter. The 128 Nanwiu f?tr.?et, N.Y. ? mar ^4? - ? WM. GOODRICH A COS MERCANTII K A LAW | W AGENCY, No. 116 Market at., Philadelphia. associate offices. TAPPAN A DOUGLASS, New York. K RUSSELL A CO., (late Geo. W. Gordon,) Boston. ! J' D. PRATT A CO., Baltimore. 1 WM B PIERCE A CO., Cincinnati. CHAS. BARI/OW A CO., St. Louis. | WM. B. PIERCE A CO.. lioulsville. i This well known and extensive establishment inv les ! Merchants, Manufacturers, and Bankers, to an investiga tion of its system, and gratuitous test of Its records of the itMKllng andresp<'nriWllty o, traders in the U. States. Our increased patronage has enabled us, during the past : vear to open offliv* in Cincinnati, l/ouisville, St. liOuls, I and New Orleans; these. In connection with our long es I tabllshed offices In Boston, New York, and Baltimore, enable us to offer hcllltlesand advantages which time and experience alone could accumulate, and which we believe *r^'ITarepi*pared to make collections In any of the States, Territories. Canada, Englsn.l, Ireland, S^Uand. FTance, Germany, and In any commercial port of the world, ana will pay particular attention to old and (louMn.I deMs n The Election of which class we have extraordinary facili ties, and have been unusually successful. lawyers In any r art nf tn commissioner for near Connecbsl with ^ ^ faci ity ,y?\ . rearing accounts; Ac., fbr Immediate of a debt Gregory's California Package XxprMa. THE SUmiOKIUKHB will (hrnhj, HI'KCIAL tvwor more ? times per month, by Stoainahips, t|? THAnkKM aud PANAMA, inVhorg* abla iu?tu,r -uj. "fperoela, jewelry, valuables and maXl ^TS&.^.wtiriu 1111 ?unr* * *? ***? Uitt mail "U"uur?, ami be delivered in advance ol into wu iwriw^it h'thi'\th<! PuWlc th** w" **"* "ntortxl the I.thmii? who ^ IS , 1 *?>ua. on from CliagrvH to Panama "" to trHU"l>"rt ?l? fooda and haviuLr made arrai ' ?* if <*U other aoyrtge*, K&s aasr-arar -^ the U. 8. Alidl mid all otlier ZmaSSnL ^ ,k V!*"* ?V#r tation of letters aud panel. I^tw^n ,he iautlo Statea, Me well known andaVe.dv ^ AU predated by the public. The value of ? m??nt^ll?f deliver.*! by ua thro., or four days In advance ofallou!!? competition, being properly estimated nDl p?y>' H'8<' established agencies In UUAYAOUIL ih and VALPARAISO, lor which port*, ana other rltle* on the South Auicrican count, we are pre ared to receive tKTT*K8and PARCELS, which will be promptly despatched to their deatiuation by our agent in Panama. Ihe niail Ibr South America Ih made up but once a mouth- THOMPSON A HITCHCOCK, Managers and Agents, ?mn _1<?, 1>e*r, ?"? of W all at., New Vork. il? m Vn PEKBII8BI0N, to Measra. Johnson A Low din, 116 Wall at.; Bpoffonl, Tllcaton A Co., 4M South at: atnw 601>iUB "t'i unU Uvi ApBar * Co-?76 mar 2 FANCY GOODS, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC. w\",crr. *co-243 aua 245 Pc*ri Btr?wt, New *.Y ? ! i,)vltu 'h? attention ot the City and Dl.-tant Jobbing trade to their large and varied stock of goods proved credit ** lowra't rates, either for cash or ap Under their present arrangements they can offer irre?t Inducements on all their Foreign Goods, and will |/jVy their customers the benefit of the large discounts whirl, chaae?%Ve B ued hy Ulu lncreaaed amouut of their pur I ?'*** ???>*?? to W'U mtA1J "tylea or American Goods fit manufacturers' prices. Their stock will be kept full during the whole veer and all orders will be promptly supplied. They particularly Invito the Mexican and South American dealers to ?xan* ine their stock of Jewelry, manufactured expressly for Ibr'exporta tl ' ? Btoc'' ot Iyory Comba^adapted i The '?"owinK articles constitute a part or their stock. Linen Ihreads?Varii uh makers, plain and satin finished, a i ' White, brown, and colored, Nos. 20x80 ..pool Cotton?ClarkN, Alexander's, Smith's Eagle, and H' white, black, and colored, Noe. 10x150, M to .>00 yards ' TaP^and Bobbins?Linen and cotton, assorted colors and Cutlery- Hazors, Knives, Shears, Scissors, and Table KniTes and Forks, Wade & Hutcher*a, Woatenholm'a, Jvodgers , and other celebrated makers Brushes?11 air, Cloth, Teeth, l'aint, Varnish, Sharing, variety U?rH<'' B,rubbinK, *o., Ac., In great Musical Instruments?Accordions, Violins, Flutes, KUes. Clarionets, Harmonlcans, Ac. ' * Fans?A large and rich assortment, consisting of beauti fully carved pearl, Wory, bone, and wood sticks; also plain sticks, with plain, fancy, and silvered paper TTorv Combs?Fine 8, 88, 888, and NI'U, 11<*4 ]2 inchcs Combs?Plain und fan -y Tuck, Dressing. 1'ocliet, and Side. of shell, buffalo, and horn Guns?Single and Double, Kngllsh and American, real and imitation Twiit; also a variety of Hifles I'istols?Knglish and German, I'ocket, Belt, and Holster: | Colt'w and Alien and Thurber's Kevolvera: also, a complete assortment of Sporting Apparatus Perfumery?Lubin's, Mangenet & Coudray's, l'irer's, Pin aud's, and Ede's fine Extracts Soaps?Ix>w's White end Brown, Windsor and Iloney; Lubin's, Guerlaiti's, Pinaud's, and Mangenet A Cou drav's assorted styles, Ac., Ac. Amo? Percussion Caps Needles, l'lns, Ilooka and Byes, Steel Pens, Suspenders, Buttons of all styles, Pocket books, Port Monnaies, Purses, Stationery, Beads, Whalebone, Looking-glasses, Ac., Ac. , Irory, Tortoise Shell, Pearl Shell, Horns, Tips, Ao., for manuracturers. Catalogues in the French, Spanish, German, and Eng lish languages. m? u SI A I ION Kits* W A REHOUSE, 26 Houth Fourth Street, Philadelphia. (Wholesale only.) ii lj- LI I'M AN, Importer or French and Eng lish Stationery, offers to the trade, at Stationers' Waro house, a complete assortment or , v 8TAHLK AND FANCY STATIONERY, of the best quality, ut the lowest rates. mar 21 BRINK. A DURBIN, Iron A Steel Mer chants, Importers and dealers in American, Swede, Norwegian, Refined, Cable, and common Engliah Iron; manufacturer.'! of Boiler Rivets and Spikes, Hoop, Band, Scroll, Flue, Boiler, Sheet, Small Iron, Axle Iron, | 113 North Water street, and 64 North Delaware avenue 1 mar 24? S11KPPARI) A VAN IIABLINQEN, No. 274 Cheanut street, aboye Tenth, Philadelphia, have just received ] per steamer splendid Table and Piano Covers, Damask fable Cloths, Napkins, Moreens, and Worsted Damasks. J mar 24? | Fir3t Premium Orand and Sqaare Pianos. IMBBL?1? KNAJ1J5 <fe GJKIXLJK, Manufacturers, uW H' ^ an^ JButaw street, Bal 7 J 41 (7 f7 N, w tributes to the excellence \f , , 1? BaJtlmoro made Piano Fortes. The Mainland Institute, at their last exhibition, awarded to ,u.s *i|*t Premium for the best Grand Piano, and also I^rtI?.lu? b?"t Square Piano exhibited. .? v, be.^??"ected "??t in 1848, our Piano also received the First 1 remium by the samo Institute, u ??cJAJ3e,'tilnonf*l? not easily earned, and are not to be lightly regarded. W e may therefore say that having fallen the First Premium, wherever our Instruments met with competition, we offer them to the public with a con fidence wo might not otherwise avow, guaranteeing all Instruments made by ua to give satisfaction, or they may I>e exchanged within six months from day of sale. The durability or our workmanship we further guarantee for five years. Having just completed large additions to our Manufac tory. we hope now to supply all who may honor us with their patronage ; and-we invite all who desire a superior Instrument, carefully adapted to the climate?a very im , portant matter, and which wo have made our careful I study?to call and examine our various styles, which we are constantly finishing, and which will be sold at the lowest market price l'or cash or approved paper. In addition to the above public testimonials, our Piano* , "e recommended In terms of the highest praise by the following eminent artists, whose certificates can be seen at our Warcrooms; Charles Bocbsa, the great composer and musical director to Mad. A. Bishop; Mr. Geo. Knoop ; I Miss Adele and Charles Hohnstock. and other distin guished performers. To the many accomplished Professors and Amateurs, by whom our Piano* are constantly used whilst making our thankful acknowledgments to thrni' we refer for further testimonials. Old Pianos taken in exchange. Pianos hired and tuned. mnr 24 81LK goods. ^ McNAMEE, 112 ami 114 Broadway, New York, have now in atore, and will receive by earlv packets and steamers, a very extensive assortment of French, German, English, Italian, aud India SILK AND FANCY GOODS, embriM-ing every variety of the newest and richeat style* offered in this market, hample cards are now ready for exhibition. Merchants from every section of tho country, and particularly our old friends and custom ers, are assured that every attention has been paid to present a stock of goods, unequalled, either in extent or j variety, by any similar establishment in the country. Many or 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 citiea and towns. The following embrace the leading articles or our stock : Extra rich Chene and Brocade Silks. Rich Paris Bareges, Muslins, and Organdiea. Rich printed Silk Tissues, new article. New style English Poplins. Barege de I .allien, Paris patterns. New style French Prints. English. Scotch, and American Printed Lawns. Super Black Gros de Rhines. I French anil English Ginghams. j Plain and embroidered Canton Crape Shawls. Rich Paris Ribbons, large assortment. I Millinery Silks, Crapes, Ac. | Dress Trimmings, newest style. | Bombazines, Alpaca*, and Muslin de Lalnea. Laces and Embroidery. j Linens and White Goods or every description. Kid Gloves, best manufacture. | Kngllsh and German Silk and Cotton Hosiery. Long and Square Cashmere Shawls. Rich Silk Mantillas, great variety i Pongee and SpiUlfield Handkerchiefs. Italian Cravat* and Sewing Silks. Also, a great variety of rieh goods for evening dresses ! not enumerated in the above. I Also, Slnchews, Sarnets, Fancy Silk Cravats, Bay State l'loid Long Shawls, Linen Cambric ilandkerrhietK Green ! Bareges. Satins, Silk Scarf*, Suspenders, Plain black and I high colored Mouaelino de Laine*. Turkey red Prints, I Curtain Muslins, Oil Silks, Belt Ribbons, Serges, Satin | Vesting*, Ac. | Those who visit this market for .9M Good*, who 1 Would consult their interest, and who desire to see a i stock unsurpassed in every department at the very low est market prices, are respectfully Invited to call, mar 24? LAUBKNCE THOMSON & CO., I MPORTKRS of Iliaridles, Wines, and Segara, No. 1 Ex I rhange Place, Baltimore, offer for sale an extensive assortment of? BRANDIES?J Ilennesay, J. J. Durand, superior old Jean l<ouis, 1811 and 1838; Maglory; Otard, Dupuy A Co.; ' Pi net, Oastillon A Co.; Martell; J. Durand A Co.; A. Seig nette; J. Dupuy and J. Era ml brands. WINES?Champagne, Claret, anil Ilock, of various grades- Also, Port, Sherry, Madeira, Sicily, Lisbon, Bur gundy, Malaga, and other Wines, in great variety. SKGAKS?Havana anil Principe Segara, or approved brands, constantly receiving from the manufacturers. HOLLAND 01N?Grape and Gray Mare brands, of fine flavor; also, Loudon Brown Stout and Porter; Bordeaux and Marseilles Sweet Oil, Sardines, Macoarnni, Vermicelli, Olives, Capers, CastUa Soap, Bay Rum, Roll Brimstona, Canary Heed, **? ?ar 24??