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Washington seminary, d. c. TOiSw? KXERCI8E8 of this Institution X wili reooinweuue on the first day pf September The course of education In the Seminary embrace* two department,: the Ob** andXTe^nUlT^ Murcan tile departuiout oumpri^a the English and French fcXSft Geography, Hiatory, Book-kuepiug, Algebra, M^hemaUcs, and English Rhetoric. Special attention ? ? English branches ol education. I he 01as*ioal department, besides the above specified studied, comprehends the Latin and Greek languages, nUUcs' ' ant* 'be higher branches of Mathe Besides the olassioal and mercantile, there is in the Sem inary a Preparatory department, which includes English Urammar, writing, the elements of Arithmetic, Geogra phy, and History; the object of which is to quality the pupils for the higher departments. No one will be ad-t nutted who does not know how to read. TERMS: Pen QUARTER OF TWCLVK WIEE8, IX ADVANCE, FOR Tile Classical department ....... |12 60 The Mercantile department 10.00 -The Preparatory department 800 SAMUEL BARBER, ^ 21 - TuThAS Ot President. if. A. T Y80N AND 5I8TE&S' SEMINARyIfOR YOUNG LADIES, On F street, between 12th and VSth. THE DUTIES of this long-established Institution will be resumed on Monday, the 15th of September, and ins desirable that the pupils should be punctual in their attendance on that day, for an early organization of the r ?i1"88*8; Paruutfl and guardians who wish to en tor their daughters are resjMjctfully Invited to do so pre vious to the opening. The location of this InstituUon is in the most healffiy part of the city, the water excellent, the air pure, and the play-grounds sufficiently largo to permit the pupils to use healthful exercise. The several apartments are spacious and well ventilated, and the health, conve nience and oomfort of the pupila at all times regarded. All apparatus necessary for illustrating the various branches ot natural Defence is furnished, and the services of a professed French teacher secured. For references, Ac., circulars may be obtained at the book-stores of R. Karuham, Taylor A Maury, or at the Seminary. After the first of September, the Princi pals will take great pleasure in showiug those wishing to enter scholars through their establishment. ^5 leriuH, in advance. Tuition in higher branches, including ornamental Noedle-work and Drawing, per quarter, - . $10 00 Preparatory Department, do. - - - 6 00 Use of Maps and Apparatus, do. - . - 60 Fuel for the winter season, - - . . 1 60 Music, Painting, and the languages, extra charges. au-ia?eot8ep!6 MB8. KESLEY'S seminary fob young LADIES, South B street, Capitol Hill. TIIE NEXT TERM of this Institution will oommence September 1st Members of Congress residing on Capitol Hill who mav have their young ladles with them will find the situation of this Institution convenient, as it is bat a short distance from the South Capital gate. au 10?lm [Nat. Intel.] RITTENH0USE ACADEMY" Corner of Third street and Indiana avenue. O. C. WIGHT, Prinoipal. A. O. CAROTHERS,') . , . . D. L. SllOREY, j As?stants. Prof. D. E. GROUX, Teacher of Modern Languges. Prof. R. GIBSON, Teacher of Drawing. The next academic year of this Institution will com mence on Monday, the 1st of September. For Circulars apply to the Principal, to Mr. Carothers, or at the bookstore of Mr. W. M. Morrison. ? au 10?tf CENTRAL ACADEMyT Second story, Old Medical College, corner of E and Tenth Streets. 11IIE duties of our Institution will be resumed on Mon day, September. 1st, ensuing. Circulars may be ob tained at the bookstores of Austin Gray, Taylor A Maurv, and R. Farnham; or of ourselves, corner of E and Tenth street*. JAMES NOURSE, au 14?<12m JOS. HARVEY NOUR8E. "THE UNION ACADEMY," Corner of 14th street and New York Avenue. T| HIS ACADEMY will be opened on the 1st of Septem ber. L Richards, A. M? Principal; Henri Cuase A. B., Assistant Professor; A. Zappone, Professor of French and other modern languages. Prof. Uiuso.v has charge of Drawing and Painting. Those wishing to en tor the School must make immediate application, as the register is nearly full. Circulars obtained of the Pnnci auTl^tf 14th aDd 1: ?r Et R' Farnham'? Bookstore. CLASSICAL, MATHEMATICAL. AND COM MERCIAL INSTITUTE, Under the care of Rev. Alfred Holmead, Rector, and Mr. Charles Tucker, A. M. TIIE DUTIES of tills Institution will be resumed on the 18th of August, in the lower Saloon of Mr. Ca rusi's building. lu Knglish, Mathematics, Greek, I^tin, 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 I pr?!ssed by their numerous former patron*, both in Mary land and Virginia, will be shared by those who may be pleased to entrust the education of their sons to their care. For terms and further information apply to the Rector, the Rev. Alfred Holmead, at his residenoe on 9th, between E and F streets. [ jy 2??dtf A. ZAPPONE, ~~ Tmclur cf French, Spanish and Italian?Translator and ? (Jeneral Agent. A FEW BEGINNERS may be taught on the Guitar. Classes of gentlemen meet at his room, Pennsyl vania avenue, uorth side, between 3<1 and 4}^ Htreet. ? SUPERIOR DAGUERREOTYPES?1st Premium! Jit WHITElfURST has extended the field of his op . erations over more ground than any daguerreo typlst in the country. Ills Galleries may be found on Pennsylvania avenue, between 4^ and bth streete; No. 207 Baltimore street. Baltimore; oornor Broadway and Leonard street, New York; No.77 Main street, Richmond; Sycamore street, Petersburg; Main street, Norfolk; and Main street, Lynchburg, Virginia. (lis beautiful and highly finished electro-Daguerreo types are an extraordinary improvement, insuring faithful and highly finished likenesses in a few seconds. J. U. W. calls the attention of the publio generally to his elegantly furnished Gallery over i>ane and Tucker's new store, where a free exhibition of picture* will be given. Notwithstanding th? unusual competition in Daguerre otypes at the recent Fair of the Maryland Institute, he was awarded the first medal by the judges. Likenesses of every description copied, and post-mortem cases attended to. ap 30?dllmo OYSTERS, 0RT0LAN8, REED-BIRDS, Ac. RMCKIVH.D THIS DAY fresh Norfolk Oysters, which | will be served In every known style. Also the above delicious Birds, of which the undersigned will keep a supply?as woll as all the delicacies of the season. Pri vate supper rooms and persons living in the country can be served at any hour with dinner, and Oysters for them selves or ladies. The subscriber respectfully requests a rnj? from his fronds. it. w ALLEN, Empire Hotel and Restaurant, au 28?eo Pa. avenue, near 4)/$ street. WHITE BRANDY. No. 5, opposite the Centre Market. 21 HALF PIPES best white French Brandy for Peaches. We shall be pleased to present our customers with a recijie for preserving them with Brandy in a superior manner and with but little truublo. For sale by JNO. B. KIBBF.Y A CO. au aa?l'iteod AMERICAN AND FOREIGN AGENCY, CITY OF WA8MINOTON, Under the. direction qf Aarox Iluonr Palmer, of New York, and Woethihoto* Garrettso* Smithin, of A>to OrUant. Attorney! and GmnteUori nf the Supreme (hurt of thf 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 Congress. 2. For the prosecution and recovery 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 ths settlement of accounts with the State, Trea sury, War, Navy, Post Office, and Interior Departments,' and obtaining the remission Of fines, penslties, and for feitures 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 warffcnts and pensions under the various pen sion laws of the United States.I j generally, embracing debts, legacies, trie? nrWI 'D United States and foreign coun *nd ?*'? of lands In any of the Btatetor Territories of the Union, and loaning mftneys ^ " v.?, of fands In Unite,! States and SUte ?rthfl dividends t.herron, ami, Juno 30 lj. Episcopal prayer-books. Catholic Prayer-books. Methodist Hymn-book* Unitarian Hymn-books. Presbyterian Hymn-books. Baptist Hymn-books. In every variety. For sale at the published price, hy O. 4, TAYLOR 4 MAURY, June W?tf Booksellers, near ?th ALL of Harper * Unthm^ PublioaUoiu. All of Appleton's Publications. All of Putiiam'* Publications, iJfSSlffSt Bo#toB; 411 b0Bto p"bU*e<1 for Mle at the publishers' priced by * TAYLOR A MAURY. Juuo 2H~lt _ __ Bookseller*, near 1Kb at. RuLkD LETTER PAPER at U k mini Ruled Foolscap Writing p<?iu>r at *1 Good Envelopes at 41 *12! f? * w.| p ,*ViT _ * J* > "id $1 60s thouaaud. ^ 36 ?'nu a rL^ * *"**? I1?GIN^m. ufP.. ^YLAWD LAUD AOHfCY. XT cil! tk l opened ?u office in Washington Kir Awi^ "? SS ? SSffStSS? ! ,=5?fiisars: in Vtr^in^ i8 f^<3acy to ""'I ? goodly number of fsrms trey Bq,iM weat ?f the a? u?f 1 KiSP=^. MS?- 'ZC in8tr"0U - Wuno^d'in V* with the SctonaaofD on the 0rKan andSeraphine, "" raU??>'" " "?? giu aud follow th? flrC.^ in mU4lS' ,that should be Saft.? aarja-a ssass :a?B?*?Ms?wraa character, and be feels confident that he is ahU t^ ?anneirivancBT^bri^ ???? may secure convenient hourMbr theTr'^o'L^)/n?* && M^/Jr < JecWe J?? ' a?,d at the Musical Depot of Mr. HHbu. where orders left wg, J^gUr at J^i-oem0*aaUt^ TIN, IKON, STEEL, A1TO AQBIOPLTTTRAt. OOOOS. 1 "rtkfesJ wWch l?^nVJSn " *VPP'r?f the foIlo"ing in this market for oash; MU " '?W M ?* can ^ j.l?.0?"8rTin> bright and leaded, 14 by 20 Bright Tin, 10 by 14; Sheet Zinc Swede ' Md Square ^-American, English and CkrtStES "??P Jron. Plough Plates and Landsides Cast M and *nK11*h Blister Steel I n at "uBgy Axlei, and Wagon Boxes Horse Shoes, Horse Nails, and Nail Rods Cut and Wrought Nails and Spikes lTPt QiJnd?tones, Wheelboirows, and Trucks Ploughs, Harrows, and CulUvators - 8 Com Shelters and Corn Mills Vegetable Cutters and Straw Cutters >* neat Fans and Churns Sausage Cutters and Sausage Stutters 2 Cattle Ties and Hull Rings Root Pullers and Bramble Hooks Fruit Gatherers and Corn Parchers vmh v p??e8' Fork*' Rake8' and Does Folding Ladders and Water Rams Vegetable Boilers and Garden Syringes Wire for Fencing and Screw Wrenched Oarden Trowels, Pruning Scissors, Ac., Ac. au ll_rw>9m ' *. K- WHEELER, u e?a2m Opp. Brown's Hotel, Pa. ar. PRESERVING BtTOATuT " W. ?-J> ?PP<>site the Centre Market. ? H AVE JUST RECEIVED a large stock of stun. dard white and clarified Sugars for Preserving wmcn we are selling at the lowest market prices *' ulated L?af' <&?**. Gran ^?ps^gsxsgr- A1?- "? - fu^i&od JN?- B" KUJBEY 4 CO. better THAN GOLD! .. T _ _ PORTSMOUTH, July 9,1861. Mi. Bocsh Dear Sir: I feel it a duty to make ?JT3&?4,?V5? ssrr LT?" d~""'""""1 ??"*'~ tent that life was really a burden. The attack of it on me was different to that on any other person of whom 1 '"h;.,rtl " tlmes 11 the palpitation of the heart, there was a constant thumping and beaUng witb m?n ab?Ut 016 re?'on ?f my heart, chest, and stomach; some of the attacks would last for weeks ; my stomach was much distended, with constant pain, great weakness, and constipation of the bowels. I could not eat tie most simple food without pain. I also suff.-md iff Wk1"^ fr ofthe kidneys, with constant pain ifE?wal.k?FlWith gr"*t difflcu?y cal attendance. One of my ptijiticians frank I v told in? it Srnn^T40, ^ ?iu" him for ^rhe thought and n?UMted m^"?? PUrrhMed a f,,w bottles, and rm^t hln^t 1 aftor takin? jt a few tim-'f', it had aJ ?. 11 PPTw , on me J my confidence increased and stern^b w?y or di^of"e 2-SSr "early if not onUrely cured. I now feel r^ ^f inI<!1r..rnan' Ml"1 ,n better henlth than for vesrM am certain the cure in my case was made >?v ?>,(? ton's Vegetable Tlncture alcmT sTnTmy^^e Z recommended the tincture to a numW nf ^i V who have also been relWed\>y I Ti?rf .l ^ have b?en as rapid and equally CUWB 1 present my retpecta to Messrs. Mortimer A Mowbray ite vPJTuPet^v?ef iZZttr*"* 4te & I iw v?iue w fiooTe prtoe; and from my cure and whmt i ! rn of lu p<feou ?n ?tbftr*<1 "fcaii wLutLI duty to recommend it to th#? Nufri?v>in.? t u ! ^ many valuable lives'win * by.^"0,^ ?**t **Wo the,r 1^^' and rfre it I trial. Yours most respectfully, (Nigned) _ Jouiv Luis. The above Is extracted from a letter from a gentleman sixty years of agi?, and of high character. He says ? ? I have given but a foint Idea o? my sufferings; I frol inad faw'rimJ? . a1''0 haTe reoulTed. in the last few days, letters from two of our most worthy and wnll d'K rB?t"'rJ?g tW? ^^rkable'cu^. ofdspTn"l" nm^d th?t hri^ y^?? ?f the ol,lef,t merchants re ported that he was cured of neuralgia of the head of pfr^tV r iiDK' !ind 80,Ud that ht" teeth fell out from' Iv cu^ woliL%n.1 ^ lettfrV Wa? then, ever soTanv A^Ptle wk of^he0^^^^*^ any otbcr m^'cine VweTabte Vnetn^ VT '! thmt they tr? ""'npton's cnTlhr^11 n Krcat PMriflcr of the blood and Krof^L iLd ^R ??T8',Mwdy,,pcp,,ia' rb?umatism. scroiuia, and all oomplaints of the stomach, bowels, Ac MORTIMER A MOWBRAY, , General Agents, Baltimore gt. Also for sale by C. Stott A Co., Washington, D. C. Joseph Moffett, 7th st, near E. i_ i/. j, B. 8. T. Cissell, Georgetown. Jy in-3m C. C. Berry, Alexandria, Va. CITY 0RDISASCE8. AuJt^ completion of the grading and grav.l JU it enaettrl bg thf. Board AUirrmm and Board of 2523? tattrste issar S ,D ??" to be done under tho direction of the nommi..; the Third and fourth Wards, and two As.!.^^ . .loners to be appointed by the Mayor "Unt CommU | Prttident pro ten. of the Board (\mncil ^ fj B. B. FRENCH, J'retukniof th' Board of Aldermen. Approved, Augnst 20, 1861. M^or AN ACT for the relief of Philip Qormley twenty-n^ne^doUars ^nd fort,'? en % uZ^T' Approved, August 20,1851, thn payment, grading the sld K street 'between 12th 'TJi"!!' t,i" n,,rth side of SheTpurpoees 12th nDd 13th 8trwta and for authorised tohftte' the"palem^"/t^on th '"'rth XthS^rr;.'Ci5:?r; the Second Ward; the work to be done under th" dlrec ion of the Commissioner of the First and Second Wanls Main?0 AMiRtR"1 Commissioners to he appolnte<l hv the uayor, [Approved, August 21, 1861. AN ACT for the relief of T. P. and M. Brown, nr. V < Th?t th* sum of one hundred and flfty dollars be ami the same Is hereby appropriated, out ... K"n*ral fund, for tbe payment of the claim of T. P and M. Brown against the Corporation. Approved, Augnst 21,1861. R^* OV A THOU8A NI> PLOWKR*. I Im or .hJl*. * .ftlLpr'par*t,on',ou**ftll*,0'*rft>r wasb I Vp , ^ fhr 4(1 <>?nt. per bottle by ? ? V- CALLAN, GEORGETOWN AND ITS AFFAIRS. QaoMMTOwa, September 9?12 m. Around and about our wharves this morning all is life and aotivity, and every one appears busy at something- There is also quite a large number of Teasels, barks, brigs and schooners, loading and unloading?among them the splen did packet bark of the Messrs. Dodge's line, loading for Rio. The steamer Columbia left this morning with a number of the cold-water army on board, bound down the river on a pleasure excursion. The beautiful little packet-boat of Messrs. Reeside & Lynn, the Delaware, left this morn ing for the Oreat Falls, on a pleasure trip. The Carncross family will give at Forrest Hall, on Friday night next, one of their delight ful concerts; and I doubt not, from the univer sal satisfaction they gave in Washington, and their great popularity wherever they have per formed, that they will have a crowded house. Let all who love sweet muaio go and hear them. The foreign news which was published in the Telegraph yesterday afternoeu will, I have no doubt, make tho flour market more aotive. There was a sale yesterday of 200 barrels com mon flour at $8.75, and 300 half do., at $4.00; also a sale of 2000 bushels prime red wheat to the Columbia Mills, at 76c.; and a sale of 400 bushels prime white corn, at 5to., and one of 400 do., yellow, at 56c., both to the Look Mills. Arrivtd.?Packet bark Eben Dodge, Clarence, Salem, to F. Dodge; sohr. Senator, Kirby, New York, to F. and A. H. Dodge; schr. Me ridian, Morgan, Baltimore, to F. Coyle; schr. Mary Jane, Bently, New York via Norfolk, to F. and A. H. Dodge. Below?Packet schr. Eliza Jane, Barnard, New York, to H. M. Sweeny. Canal Trade.?-Arrived?A. Lighter, Cumber land, lumber; Col. Young, Metacomet, J. R. Annan, and Otho Baker, Cumberland, coal; Potomac, 48 miles, wheat, corn, &c.; C. C. Smoot, 134 miles, bark. Departed?Chesapeake, Baltic, Columbia, J. Hetzer, D. J. McCoy, Delaware, M. R. Hale, Col. Crocket, C. Shafer. 1 Electro. Fortunate Relief.?Oon Sunday, 31st of August, between ten and eleven o'clock, the little son of Charles H. Burgess, residing on B street, near Eleventh Btreet, aged one year and seven months, strayed from the door to the culvert, at the corner of Eleventh and B streets, and fell in, and would have drowned had not a gentleman (whose name I did not learn) been passing at the time and sprang in and saved the little child. The gentleman is a resident of this city. Too much praise cannot be given to such a humane act. The parents of the little sufferer feel much gratitude towards the gentleman, and thank God for his kind providence in sending one to save tho child from a watery grave. He has quite recovered.?Intelligencer. During the severe gale that visited the entire southern coast on the 24tb and 25th ultimo, the city of Apalachicola (Florida) was inundated to such an extent, that many of the warehouses, private dwellings, &c., were entirely destroyed. In many parts of the oity the water was from twelve to fifteen feet deep; and a ship lying in the West Pass, cotton loaded, was driven by the violence of the gale up into the city, and now lies high and dry.- An immense amount of merchandise has been destroyed', and the loss will be very great. Fortunately, at this season of the year, the stook of goods and cotton on hand is comparatively light Advices from Lisbon of the 9th of July, re ceived by the Amerioa, state that the Portu guese government was preparing to decree the entire extinction of slavery in its possessions, sb also more stringent measures for suppressing the traffic generally on the coast of Africa. Forrest is to itppear on the theatrical boards in New York, on the 17th of this month. The Cheapest Netrapaper In the United States! T1?E AMERICAN TELEGRAPH, TRUWERKLY, For the Country, at Three Dollars per Year. PUBLISHED IN WASHINGTON CITT BY CONNOLLY, WIMBR A MoOILL. Containing all the Reading Mutter and new Adver tisements of the Daily Telegraph. ? This paper is now firmly established. It ii' independent. It comments with freedom upon every topic, aBks and expects no favors, tells the truth without fear, favor, or affection, and has been pronounced " a terror to evil-doers." It has been thought by many that a newspaper could not exist in Washington independent.of the public patronage. The Telegraph will probably solve this problem?or at least it will possess no such pat'onage not voluntarily given, or obtained by virtue of a right to demand it No letters received upon which the postage is not prepaid. IMPORTANT INDUCEMENTS! Any postmaster or other person obtaining for US' the amount of $9 or upwards is authorized to retain one-fifth thereof as remuneration for his services. Fractions of a dollar may be paid in post-office stamps. Address CONNOLLY, WIMKR A MoGILL, ? Washington City, D. C. Hair Exchange papers copying the above will be credited a year's subscription. Encourage your own Mechanics, Manufacturers, and Seamstresses. WILLIAM H. FAULKNER, b4 FUffn of the. Shirt, south Ride of Penna. avenno, respectfully ln vitas the nitlaan* of Washington, and all others whodesireto have BlllRTS of all sites, qualities, : HH pattern, or price, to call upon nim at hi* Shirt Factory, oppo J0Fd-MW rite the United State* Hotel; J*| ? jjEf where he will exaeuta their or V I '' fTn ders, and warranto hi* shirt-, if M MM which are mnnttftuiured by thr 1 K j 9 ll Snmstrfstn of WathingUm only, I Ffl 7r St? and rood work I manship. William H. Faulkner 131 , II I Tj ha* SO Washington eeamstrc?pu\<i onn?tantly employed In making shirt*. the demand fbr which ha* peatly Increased since they hare ? - >>een worn and tested by mem her* of Congres* and other rtti jens who have purchased them. He would reapectftiIly sub mit that an establishment like his, which give* regular employment, nl fair living prior*, to a large number of respectable and Industrious fttmalea. Is desarrlng of liberal encouragement from tba eltlaaaa of Washington especial ly, who are hound hy principles of reciprocity and Inter eat to encourage their own seamstresses, raanuflwtarcrn. and mechanics Shirta, dollars. Bosoms, Cravats, Handkarohtnf*, Bun pendari, kt., constantly kept for sale. Call and view the assortaaaat. Good SHIRT M AKKRA can always obtain employment. Juna 1ft?aotf [InteU]g*ne*r oopy ] JO&KPH WEMSATT, GB0CERIE8, WINE8, TEAS, ft LIQUORS, Oor.^ Fbmsulvania Avenue and Thirteenth rtrtet, m,y - ? "-"jn'MOTOW Cwt, p. 0. d A y Old Wines, Liquors, Began, fresh Foreign fruits, Comestibles, etc., ro? SALE BY JAMES T. LLOYD, Dmtuylvanui avenue, 8 duort tad qf fifteenth street. may 17?ly C. H. YAH PATTEN, M. D., Surgeon Dcnttit, Offloe near tirowu't Hotel, i'mmyLmnua avenue, Charge* Now York and Philadelphia prioes, nod guaran ties his work to be equal to any done in those cities, ftp 6?tf JNo7 B.KIBBEY * Coj Dealers in FINE GROCERIES, WINES, AND LIQUORS. Mo. 6, opposite Centre Market, ap 10 WawuinutomQitt.D. 0. d k y JOHN L. SMITE, 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. Claim* brought beforo Congress and the Departments will receive prompt attention by being placed in his hands. Fee moderate. June 12?y 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 liefore Congress. jfGf- Offloe and residence 21st street, two doors north of II. ap 11?tf GEORGE E. KTRK, House and Sign Painter, and Glazier, South aide Louisiana avenue, between 6th and 7th btreets, (Dwelling South F street, between 7th and 8th streets, Island,) is prepared to execute to order all descriptions of work in his line. up 15?6m H. H. WOODRUFF, M. D.f Chemist and Druggist. Also?Agent for the Connecticut Health Insurance Co. Corner of F and 11th streets, Washington, D. 0. jy 29?d&y j7 mcNEALE LATHAM, Attorney at Law. Will practise in the several courts of the District of Columbia. Offloe on 4MI street, near First Presbyterian Church. _ jy lft?tf PRINTERS' JOINER. TTTM. INGMAN, Cabinet-maker, Carpenter, and Prin f Y tars' Furniture-make-, can be found by inquiring at NOKLL A BOYD'S Venetian Blind Manufactory, Penn sylvania .avenue, between Oth and 10th streets, south side. jy 31?6m ~~~ JAMES F. TUCKER^ Officer, Collector, and General Agent. BUSINESS entrusted to him will bo attended to in a proper manner, and may bo left with any of the Magistrates. Residence 0 street, between 4M and 6th streets, Washington, D. C. jy 29?tf 0B j ji. AUSTIN, (Late of Warrenton, Va.) OFFICE and Residence?F street, north side, one door above 10th. mar 27?ThAStf _______ _ Gunsmith, Locksmith and Bell-Hanger, Pennsylvania avenue, between 2d and 3d Btreets. 0ANES dressed and mounted; Machinery and Lamps repaired; Turning done in Ivory and Metals. June 4?ed ~ SAMUEL WISE, CARPENTER AND BUILDER, (Late of the firm of Walker ? Wise,) HAS opened a shop on E street, opposite Temperanoe Ilall, between 9th and 10th streets'. Residence on I street, north side, between Oth and 7 th streets. ' ' mar 24?tf SXIIjU ANOTHER of- ovr most talented and highly respectable citizens speaks for Hampton's VEGETABLE TINCTURE: Baltimore, July 18,1851. Messrs. Mortimer <? Mtnuhray:?Gentlemen: My daugh ter having been afflicted Kir more than a year with the spinal disease, and having tried every remedy that was prescribed by some of our best physicians, without afford ing her any apparent relief, I fortunately was advised by a friend to try a bottle of " Dr. Hampton's Vegetable Tincture," which relieved her of her pain in less than twenty-four hours. I um pleased to say that since she took it she has been free from pain, and she is gradually gaining strength, which I attribute entirely to the restor ative properties of this medicine. I believe if it were more extensively used, it would do more good in the re moval of such diseases incident to the human family than what is usually prescribed. Very.respectfully, your Obedient servant, Robert Kr.RB, Principal Western V. II. School. Call and get pamphlet and see certificates of wonderful cures. For sale by MORTIMER A MOWBRAY, 240 Baltimore street, General Agents. Also by C. Stott A Co., Washington, D. C. Joseph Moffctl, 7th st. near E. R. S. T. Cissell, Georgetown. jy 18?Smlf C. O. Bony, Alexandria, Va. PIAN08t piAjrofTi i NEW AND SECOND-HAND PIANOS always on hand, for sale and to rent on moderate terms, at the llano Store, on ? * VI u 12th Htreet, above F street. Kew MUSIC STOOLS for sale. jy 1?d3m* __ __ F. C. RKICHKNBACH. A NEW IMPROVEMENT For Fitting up Stores with Fancy Fronts. E. GEIGER, Bulldoj and Architect, would respects . fully inform his friends and the public in general, that he is prepared to fit up Stores and build Fancy Fronts on an entire new plan, embracing all the latest improve ments. The work can be done without stopping tho busi ness while the work Is going on. He is also prepared to do all kinds of work in the build ing line, at the shortest notion and on the most reasonable terms. All business entrusted to his care will be promptly attended to. > ? Place of business on D street, between 9th and 10th. may 1?Oni THE CHRISTIAN STATESMAN. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. Devoted to African Colonization and Civilization, to Literatur^and General Intelligence. ? rPHE undersigned propose to publish, in the City of 1. Washington, a weekly newspaper, hearing the above title, and dedicate 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 free 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, Kxploration, Resources. Commerce and Population of Af rica; the state of the Slave Trade, and the measures best udapted 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 anil scientific, of decided merit. The ClUWttf Statesman will be of the sise of the Home Journal or National Kra. and exceed in size the InUUigenoer or the Union of this city; and, with but few advertisements, will be nearly filled with matter designed t? 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 beet news papers In the country. TEMU.-*~Tb? Christian Statesman will be two dollars a year, payable In advance. Postmasters or others, who may be pleased to act as 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 Chnitian 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 ... f> 00 Six copies for one year /? - ? 10 00 Twenty copies for one year - - ? 30 00 Twenty copies for six months ? ? 16 00 & The first number of this paper may be expected to Sp pear early in August, and it is desired that those who are disposed to further Its great ohjects, by their patro&^e, should indicate their wishes before that time. <>rders and communications, addressed (post paid) to Gurley A Good* loe, will receive immediate attention. R. R. GURLEY, ? D. R. GOODLOH. Coioxizattow Rooms, Washington, June 11, 1*61. At a meeting of the Executive Committee of the Ameri can Colonisation Society, held on the 10th instant, the Secretary laid before the Committee the Prospectus of a newspaper, to he called the Chrithan State fmtin, 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 ^eneml interest to their "ountry"is-to lie published in this city, by the Rev. K. R. Gurley and D. It. Goodloe; after tho reading of which, It was ItnoIved, That we cordially and earnestly recommend the I'hristiitn Statesman to the patronage of the friends of African Colonisation throughout the United States. June 1ft? W. McLAIN. Sec. Am. Pol. Hoc, SHOES! SHOES!! 8HOH!!! MoLAIN A HARRY have In store a good assortment ef the ^btfre-HSMed goods, suitable for Men. Boys', LattssP, Misses, and Children's wear, which must be sold for some price by the 1st of September ^.lune 9-tf 7. A- HULPAT&IOK, MARBLE AND FREE-ATONE OUTTIB, B Street, between Vilh and \Uh, Wu*hinyUm Oily, D. O. MAKBLK MANTLES, Moaiunaute, Tombs, Head and Foot Stone#, Ac., ooustaatly on head, of Um l?it ity and workmanship- All kinds of?ton?, for Bulld r..g, Ac. All kinds of work lu hi* lihe faithfully uyoutod at the shortest uotkw. *P General and Exchange Bnaineta. COPARTNERSHIP. THE undersigned respectfully announoe to tti* public that they have entered into oopartuership BW tne transaction of a general Exeliaage anil JJauking busluss* in the city of Washington, under the llrin of? SELDEN, WITHERS A CO. All business entrusted to them will be attended to with promptness and fidelity. WILLIAM 8ELDBN, Late Treasurer of the United Statee JOHN WITHERS, Of Alexandria, Virginia. b. w. LATHAM, Of the city of Washington. L. P. BAYNB, mar 24?tf Of Haltlmore, Maryland. |?i ?IUWall'1 American Family PiUe. BESIDES the cathartic and auti-dyspeptioqualltles ol these I'ills, their adaptation to purify the blood?to cure the Liver Complaint, Uriual and Abdominal Diseases, and especially that class of maladies known a* Female Complaints; to relieve the system of Worms, and pimples on the skin?may be soeu, as set lbrth in a pamphlet, which can be had gratuitously of the wholesale agent. A. OKAY, Bookseller, 7th street, opposite Odd-Fellows' Hall. N. B?The above Pills come to mo so highly recom mended, from so responsible a source, that I do not hesi tate to believe that they will prove to be as good as the bkbt ever introduced, and that it will not be long before their popularity and sale will be unpuralUUd^ QRAy JUIlC 6~4M)tl I Also for sale by Dr. II. H. WOODRUFF, Druggist, oor. of F and 11th ats. TUB DAILY BBOI8TBB, | PUBLISHED DAILY BT 1 MOKAN a S1CKELS, PHILADELPHIA, T8 circulated extensively among the Merchants or that I city, and travellers And it in ail the Hotels, Steam boats, and Railroad conveyances diverging mtm Phila delphia. It contains a correct list of the names of those persons arriving at the principal hotels daily, and oonfce luently is the best means the Proprietors of Hotels tn other cilia can have for extending their business among the travelling public. OB VEINS' FI RE AND THIEF PROOF SAFES, . for the use of Merchant*, Storekeepers, and others; a full assortment of various sixes now in store. The above Chests are warranted equal to any otber make for security against Fire or Burglars, having withstood the test of both without Injury or loss to the owners, In any instance. Also?In store and for sale: Seal and Letter Copying Presses and Books Trucks, for moving Boxes, Boies, Ao., in Stores Druggists' Presses, with Cylinders and Paus Packing Levers, for Dry Good Stores, Ac. Portable Shower Baths, of new construction, suitable for warm or cold water ... ? .. Hefrigerators, for keeping Moats, Butter, Milk, Ao., in dining room, hall, or cellar Water Filters, for purifying muddy or bad Water,caused by Rains, Limestone, Marl, or ANS, 61 S. Second, 1 door below Chestnut street, mar 34? Philadelphia BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE, , AND THB BRITISH QUARTERLY REVIEWS. OWING to the late revolutions and counter-revolutions among the narfons of Europe, which have followed each other in such quick succession, and of which Uu end it not yet," the leading periodicals of Grent Britain have become invested with a degree of interest hitherto unknown. They occupy a middle ground between the hasty, disjointed, and necessarily imperfect recordB of the newspapers, and the elaborate and ponderous tre^its to lie furnished by the historian at a future day- Whoever ! reads these periodicals obtains a correct and connected ac count of all the important political events of the Old World, as they occur, and learns the various conclusions drawn from them by the leading spirit* of the age. The American publishers therefore deem it proper to call re newed attention to the works they publish, and the very low prices at which they are offered to subscribers. lhe following is their list, vii: . The London Quarterly Review, Tub Edinburgh Review, Tin North British Review, The Westminster Review, and Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine. In thew periodicals are contained the views, moderately though clearly and firmly expressed, of the three parties in England?Tory, Whig, and Radical; Black wood" and the " London Quarterly" are Tory, the Islin burgh Review" Whig, and the "Westminster Review Liberal The " North British Review" owes 1U establish ment to the last great eocleniastical movement in Scotland, and Is not ultra Yu Its views on any one of the grand da partmenta of human knowledge. It whs originally edit** by Dr. Chalmers, and now, since his death, is conduct** by his son-in-law. Dr. Hanna, associated with Sir Davit Brewster. It* literary oharacter Is of the very higbes order. The " Westmiuster," Uiougb rejmntrd under tha title only, is published in England under the title of tn< " Foreign Quarterly and Westminster," it being in fact ? union of tlie two Reviews formerly published and reprinted under separate titles. It has, therefore, the advantage,by tliis combination, of uniting in one workflio best feature? of both, as heretofore issued. .... ? . . The above Periodicals are reprintedin New ^o^k,imme diately on their arrival by the British steamers, in a beau tiful clear type, on fine white paper, and are faithful eo pies of the originals?Blackwood's Magaline being an ex act fac timile of the Edinburgh edition. tkkms: For any one of the four Reviews, $3 00 per annum. For any two, do 6 00 ^ For anv three, ao 7 00 For all four of the Reviews, 8 00 For Blackwood's Magazine, 3 00 For Blackwood and tJuree Reviews, 9 00 , y0T Blackwoo<l and four Reviews, 10 00 to be made in all rxues in advance. Remittances and communications should be always p"* "*ld" Ti!??W?5r^'Si.. 79 Fulton street, New York. mRr 24 Entrance 54 Oold ft. GT HKAT chance for Book Agents to clRar tVom.^OO Ui I *1,000 a year! Books of universal utility. BBA.1U NEW AND POPULAR WORKS?the most splendidly illustrated volumes frir families ever issued on the Anie rican continent, containing more than roua thousand en ora vinos. designed and executed by the most emineu irtlsts of England and America. The entire series have been careftilly examined, ant "trendy recommendi-d to Suiierlntendents, Trustees, and Teachers of Schools, by the followingdistingulshed gentle men- His Exoellency Hamilton Fish, Ex-Oovernor of the State of New York; Christopher Morgan, Secretary of State, and Superintendent of Common Schools, N. Y.; T. Romeyn Beck, esq., M. D., Secretary of the Regents of the University, N. Y-; the Legislative Committee on OoUeges, Academies, and Oommon Schools; Hev. Edward Hitch cock, LL. D., President of Amherst College, and Professor of Geology, Massachusetts* Amherst College, Dec. 26, 1848. Mr. Robert Start? Dear Sir : 1 have looked over the en tire series of your valuable publications with much in terest and profit; and am quite surprlmai at tbe amount of literary labor you have performed, and the research it must have eost yon to obtain so many fine lllnstratlbns, while vou have an active superintendence of an extensive business. I am also gratified at the decidedly moral and religious influence which your books will exert, and can notbut hope that they will do much to counteract th. effects of that light and Immoral literature which deluges the land, and, like the frogs of Egypt, oomes up even to the kneading troughs of our kitchens. May you live long to follow your plans. Respectfully and sinoerel^o^obli^^v^t, ?The works alluded to as having been examined and recommended, are as follows: A new and popular Pictorial Description of the United States mortal Ulstoryof the American Revolution, Scenes and Sketches of Conttnentel Europe, Description of Great Britain and Ireland, P^te rial Fiunily Annual, Treasury of Knowledge, Information for the People, The Famllv Instructor, Pictorial Sunday Book, Bible Biography, Bible Utatory, and second series of The Wonders of the World. Gentlemen of respectability and ofgood address wanted to sell the above popular Pictorial Works. Full partleu lars of the principle* and profits of the Agency will b. given on application either personally or by letter. The oostage must in all cases be paid. . Please address ROBERT SKA RS, Publisher, mmr 24 1W Nassau street, N.Y. W rM. GOODRICH A CO'S MERCANTILE A LAW AGENCY, No. 11? Market st., Philadelphia. ASSOCIATE OmCM. TAPPAN A DOUGLASS, New York B RUSSELL A 00., (late Oeo. W. Oordon,) Boston. J.' D. PRATT A 00., Baltimore. WM. B. PIERCE A 00., Cincinnati. CH AS. BARLOW A CO., St. l/>uis. WM. B. PIERCE A 00., Louisville. This well known and extensive establishment InTites Merchants. Manulkcturers, and Bankers, to an investiga tion of its system, and gratuitous test of its records of the standing and responsibility r i traders in tbe 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 Vork, and Baltimore, enable us to otfcr facilities and advantages which time antl experience alone could accumulate, and which we l>elleve are unequalled. We are prepared to make collection* in any of the j"atse. Territories, Canada, England, Ireland, Scotland, trancej Germany, and In aay commercial port of the wofM, tnd will pay particular attention to oM and doubtful de ts, 1 the collection of which class we have extraordinary facili ties, and have been unusually successful. ill tbe United States, we are ai mtif i 1 #fa iafct. OKfory'a California Package Express. will SPECIAL MESHJi^GERS, twoor'moie tiui?? per month, l>v Mtoamshlps, ?1* CH AUKES and PANAMA, in eharge " of parcels, jewelry, valuables and mail able matter, which will in all oaaes arrive In Ban Fraxi oiaco by the mail t>te*mur?, and be delivered la advance ot the mail. We beg to announce to tha public that we have entered into connexion with tha heaviest transportation house on the Isthmus, who are bound to ua to tranaport our goods from Chagrea to fa nam a,?'? advance oj ail other ?wprws. and having made arrangements with the TJ. S. Mall ami all otht;r clramerb on the Pacific, for the carnage of our foods, we are prepaied to guarantee their delivery in baa ranciw ,, within a opocififed time. Ifi addition to the superior qualities of the line, fbr the transaction of Merchandise, iU manifest advantages over the U. 8. Mali and all other competitors, in the tnuispor latien Of lettars and parcels between the Pacific and At lantic Static, are well kuown and already generally ap preciated by tho public. The value of a mercantile letter, delivered by ua three or four days in advance of all other competition, being properly estimated. Me have also established agencies In GUAYAQUIL. CALLAO, and VALPARAISO, for which porta, and other cities on the South American coast, we are prepared to receive LETTERSand PARCELS, which will be promptly despatched to their destination by our agent In Panama. The mail for South America is made up but once * month. THOMPSON A HITCHCOCK, Managers and Agents, _ 149 Pear, cor. of Wall at., Now York. REFER, BY PEKMIS8ION, to Measrs. Johnson A Low x,en' 1,1? ^,|U1 Bt-! tpoBord, Tlleston A Co., 48 South st.J Neamith A Co., 50 Pine at.; and Levi Apgar A Co., 76 Hey street. mar 24? UPANCY GOODS, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC, M. H. CAliY A CO., 2411 and 246 Pearl street, New York, Invite the attention of the City and Distant Jobbing trade to thoir large and varied sto^k of guoda which they offer at the lowest rates, either for'caali or ap proved credit. Uuder their present arrangements they ean offer great inducements on all their Foreign Goods, and will give their cuatomera the benefit of the large discounts which they have gained by the increased amount of their pur chases. They pledge themselves to sell many styles of American Goods at manufacturers' prima. ine their stoi k of Jewelry, manufactured expressly for those markets; also their stock of Ivory Combs, adapted tor exportation. The following articles constitute a part of their stock. Linen Threads?Vari< us makers, plain and satin finished, black, drab, white, brown, and colored, Nos. 20x80 Spool Cotton?Clark'j, Alexander's, Smith's Kagle, and Kefflngton's, white, black, and colored, Nos. 10x160, 26 to J00 yards Tapes and Dobbins?Linen and cotton, assorted colors and sizes Cutlery?Razors, Knives, Shears, Scissors, and Table Knives and Forks, Wade A Butcher's, Wostenholm'a, Dodgers', and other celebrated makers Brushes?Ilalr, Cloth, Teeth, Paint, Varnish, Shaving. Shoe, Crumb, Horse, Scrubbing, Ac., Ac., in great variety Muaical I nstruments?Aocord'ons, Violins, Flutes, Fifes, Clarionets, Ilarmonicans, Ac. Fane?A large and rich assortment, consisting of beauti fully carved pearl, ivory, bone, and wood sticks; also plain sticks, with plain, fancy, and silvered paper Ivorv Combs?Fine S, SS, 8S8, and NPU, I%x4% Inches Comb*?Plain and fen^y Tuck, Dressing, Pocket, and Side, of shell, buffalo, and horn Guns?Single and Double, Jinglish and American, real and imitation Twltt; also a variety of Rifles Pistols?English and German, Pocket, Belt, and Holster; Colt's and AUen and Thurber's Revolvers; also, a complete assortment of Sporting Apparatus Porfumery?Lubin's, Mangenet A Coudray's, Fiver's, Pln aud's, and Ede's fine Extracts Soaps?Low's White and Brown, Windsor and Honey; Lubin's, Guerlaiu's, Plnaud's, and Mangenet A Cou dray's assorted styles, 4c., Ac. Also? Percussion Caps Needles, Pins, Hooks and Eyes, Steel Pens, Suspenders, Buttons of all styles, Pocket books, Port Monnaies, Purses, Stationery, Deads, Whalebone, Lookng-glams.% 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' WAREHOUSE, 28 South Fourth Street, Philadelphia. (Wholesale only.) HYMAN L. Lll'MAN, Imj>orter of French and Eng lish Stationery, offers to the trade, at Stationers' Ware house, a complete assortment of STAPLE AND FANCY STATIONERY, of the best quality, et the lowest rates. mar 24? BRINK a DlRinS, Iron * Steel Mer chants, Importers and dealers in American, Swede, Norwegian, 1 eflned, Cable, and common English 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, mar 24? SHEPPARD A VAN HABLINGEN, No. 274 Cbesnut street, above Tenth, Philadelphia, have just received per (teamer splendid Table and Piano Covers, Damask Table Cloths, Napkins, Moreens, and Worsted Damasks. mar 24? First Premium Grand and Square Pianos. KNAUK A OJCKU, Manufacturers, KmMb ?<*. 4, 6, 8, 0. and 11 Kutaw street, Bttl U U n 71 an,ore New tributes to the excellence * \J u of Baltimore made Piano Fortes. The Maryland Institute, at their last exhibition, awarded to us the First Premium for th? beat Grand Piano, and also the First Premium for the be*t Square Piano exhibited. It will be recollected that in.J810, our llano also received the Kirst Premium by the same Institute. Such testimonials are not easily earned, and are not to be lightly regarded. We may therefore aay that having taken the First Premium, wherevor our Instruments met with competition, we offer them to the puhlic with a con fidence we might not otherwise avow, guaranteeing ail Instruments made by ug to give satisfaction, or they may lie exchanged within six months from day of sale. The durability of 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 ua with their patronage ; and we invite all who desire a superior Instrument, carefully adapted to the climate?a very Im poruuit matter, and wlUuh we have made our careful study?U? call and examine our various styles, which we are constantly finishing, and which will be sold at the lowest market prloe for cash or approved paper. * In addition to the above public testimonials, our Piano* arc recommended In terms of the highest praise by the following eminent artists, whose certificates rain be seen at our Wan-rooms: Charles Bochsa. the great composer and musical director to Mad. A. Bishop; Mr. Geo. Knoop Miss Adeln and Charles Mohtmtoek. and other dlstin' xuished performers. To (be many accomplished Professor* and Amateurs, by whom our Pianos are constantly us?*<t whilst making our thankftil acknowledgments to them' we refer fbr further testimonials. Old Pianos taken in exchange. Pianos hired and tuned. mar 24 SILK GOODS. BOWEN a McNAMEB, 112 and 114 Broadway, New | York, have now In store, and will receive by early riickets and steamers, a very extensive assortment of French, German, English, Italian, and India SILK AND FANCY GOODS, ??m bracing every variety of the newest and richest style* offered in this market. Ram pie cards are now ready for exhibition. Merchants from every section of tho ?"ountry, 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 variety, by any similar establishment In the country. Many of our richest goods are manufactured from de signs or samples ftirnlsbed by ns, and will he found adapted tn tha host trade in the larger cities and towns. The following emhraoe the leading articles of our stock : Extra rich Chene and Brocade Silks. Rich Paris Bareges, Muslins, and Organdies. Rich printed Silk Tissues, new article. New style English 1'opUns. Barege do Laines, Paris patterns. New style French Prints. English, Scotch, and American Printed Lawns. Super Black Gros de Rhlnes. French and English Ginghams. Plain and embroidered Canton Crape Shawls. Rich Paris Ribbons, large assortment. Millinery Silks, Crapes, Ac. Dress Trimmings, newest style. Bombazines, Alpacas, and Muslin de Laines. Laces and Embroidery. Liqens and White Goods of every description Kid Gloves, best manufacture. English and German Silk and Cotton Hosiery Long and Square Cashmere Shawls. Rich Silk Mantillas, great variety Pongee and Spitalfleld Handkerchief!). Italian Cravats and Sewing Silks. Also, a great variety of rich goods for evening dresses not enumerated in the above. Also, Sinchews, Sarnets, Fancy Silk Cravats, Bay State Plaid Long Shawls. Linen Cambric Handkerchief, Green Bareges, Satlnv. Silk Scarfs. StiMienders, Plain black and high colored Mouaeline de Laines, Turkey red Prints, Curtain Muslins, Oil Silkfl, Belt Ribbons, Serges. Satin' Vt stings, Ac. ay Those who visit this market fbr Good*, whe would consult their interest, and who desire to see a stock unsurpassed in every ilepni tment at the very low net market prices, are respectfully invited to calL mar 24? LAURENCE THOMSON & CO. IMPORTERS of Biandles, Wines, and Hegara, No 1 Kx change Place, Baltimore, offer for sale an axtenatrn assortment of? BRANDIK8?J. Henna Jean Louis, 1811 and 1 Plnet, Castlllon A Co.: -LJ- J^PJ Eraud brand*" I WINES?Champagnc, Claret, and Hook, of various CSS" s^"Ty, Madeira, SlcUy, Lisbon, Bur ?th" r'fct 'Wiety. 8 EG A RS?Havana and Principe Kegars, of 'approved rHm*i TStwiVi r*C?'T'n* 'he manufacturers. HOLLAND aiN Grape and Gray Mare brands, ft flt)e I??>' I Brown Stout and Porter; Bordeaux and Marseilles Sweet Oil HarOlnes, MaooaroaJ, TsrtaleeUt. 0?PWS, Oaet?e Sep, ter Rtus Rail Brlmstea., Cana^ Bead, ia mu M?