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TtacKtr and lYansluitir uf h'rmcJi, .Spanish and Italian.
(The Classing taugut also, if required.)
AFKW PC PI 1.8 uiuy be instructed on the Guitar.
Classes of geutluinen tuect at hi? room ou Pennsyl
vania aveuue, north Hide, between 3d and 4Uj streets.
Pupil* will be accommodated at their reeldeuceii also
Hep 16?tf
1 Mime I ou tlie - 'th of October, lu the Scientific
Wcliool, now connected with the College, young men In
advance of our academies enjoy rare facilities in preparing
for practical life.
lu the Mercantile Department a thorough business edu
cation may be liad. *
In Uie Agricultural Department special attention is
given to agricultural chemistry.
There is also a Teachers' Department, and a Depart
ment of Modern Languages.
Newark Academy opens on the same day, (29th Octo
ber.) Applications for admission should be made early.
Terui bill Si 5. For circulars containing full information,
address Kcv. W. 8. F. OKAIIAM,
sep 0?iiw Im WAS) President of the College.
Corner of Third street and Indiana avenue.
0. 0. WIGHT, l'riucipal.
A. Q. CARoT 1114118, I Ag)dl|tlint.
D. L. ailoKKV, /
l'rof. D. H. OKiJUX, Teacher of Modern Languges.
Prof. R. GIBSON, Teacher of Drawing.
The next academic year of this Institution will com
meuoe ou Monday, the 1st of Septeralter.
For Circulars apply to the Principal, to Mr. Carothcrs,
or at the bookstore of Mr. W. M. Morrison.
ftU It}?tf
Second story, Old Medical Colleje, corner of E
and Tenth Streets.
riHIK duties of our Institution will be resumed on Mon
_L day, September 1st, ensuing. Circulars may be ob
tained at the bookstores of Austin Uray, Taylor A Maury,
und K. Faruhum; or of ourselves, corner of K and Tenth
streets. JAMES NOURSE,
au li?d2m JOS. HARVEy NOURSE.
Comer of Xith street and New York Avenue.
1MIIS ACADEMY' will be opened on the 1st of Septem
. ber. 7a RichakdS, A. M., Principal; Henrt Ciiane,
A. B., Assistant Professor; A. ZAPPONE, Professor oi
French and other modern languages, l'rof. Gibson has
charge of Drawing and Painting. Those wishing to en
ter the .School must make immediate application, as the
register is nearly full. Circulars obtained of the Princi
pal, corner of 14th and 1; or at R. Farn ham's Bookstore,
au 11?tf
Under the care of Rev. Alfred Holmead, Rector,
and Mr. Charles Tucker, A. M.
THE DUTIES of this Institution will be resumed on
the 18tii of August, in the lower Saloon of Mr. Ca
rust's, building.
lu English, Mathematics, Greek, Latin, and French,
the oouree will be full and thorough. Pupils fitted for
the Counting-room or College.
The experience of fifteen years, In th* management of |
boys, induces the confident belief that the satisfaction ex
pressed by their numerous former patrons, both in Mary
land and Virginia, will be shared by those who may be
pleased to entrust the education of their sons to their |
For terms and further information apply to the Rector, ;
the Rev. Alfred Holmead, at his residence on Oth, between i
K and K streets. j jy 29?dtf
Corner of F and Vlth xts., Washington, D. C.
I^UE LECTURES will commence on the first Monday
in November, and continue until the latter part of
Nodlk Yocxa, M. D., Professor of Principles and Practice I
of Medicine.
Charles H. Lieuerman, M. D., Professor of Imititutes
aud Practice of Surgery.
Flodoaudo Howard, M.I)., Professor of Obstctrics and
Diseases of Women and Children.
Johnson Eliot, M. D., Professor of Anatomy.
Joshua A. Ritchie, M.D., Professor of Institute* of Me- |
James M. Austin, M.D., Professor of Materia Medica
and Therapeutics.
J. \V. 11. Luvejoy, M.D., Professor of Chemistry.
S?muel W. Everett, M. D., Associate Professor aud \
Demonstrator of Anatomy.
Clinical Lectures will bo delivered aud operations per
formed on patients from the Infirmary aud Dis(>eusary
attached to the College.
The College building has been recently erected at great
expense, provided with large aud convenient Lecture
Halls aud Anatomical Rooms, and is admirably adapted
for medical instruction.
Feus tor a full course of Lectures - .... JU0.00
Matriculation (paid only once) ..... fi.00
Demonstrator's Ticket 10.00
Graduation ............ '21.00
Perpetual Ticket 150.00
Fee for those who have attended two full
courses in other Colleges ...... 60.00
au 20?lawt.Nov Corner of 10th and F streets.
HERE may always be found a geueral assortment ol
Religious and .Miscellaneous Rooks, a large supply
of tue various Prayer aud Hyian Books used in the dif
ferent churches, Music Books. Juvenile and Premium
Books, Lithographic Prints, Ac. Also, School Books. j
Blank Books, aud Stationery of every description, Per
fuuery and Fancy Articles.
Here is the Depository of the Methodist Book Concern, j
including Sabbath School Publication; here the beposi- ]
tory of the Massachusetts Sabbalh School 8ocicty; and
here is a ooni-taut supply of the publications of Robert j
Carter k Brothers, American Tract Society and other
religious houses. AUSTIN OKAY,
sep 2?eo 7th street, opposite Odd-Fellows' Hull.
rpHB UNDERSIGNED, who, lor more than four years.
X met with the greatest success as lu-tructor of Musi,
in the city of Washington, has, during his stay in Ger
many, spent three months at 'he Conservatoire of Music
at l<eip(ig, uuder the Professors Moccheles, David, Drey
scholK, and others, improved himself, tind particularly ii<
regard to the Piano, Solo Singing, Ac., being now In tb>
city, take* a pleasure in ofTci ing again his services to bit
former patrons and other citizens of Washington, and
hopes that the Wa?hingtonians will not find It to theii
disadvantage to give him at least the same encourage
ment and confidence (as a thorough nnd faithful teacher)
ho has heretofore enjoyed. C. W. HCII HERMANN,
Professor of M uslc.
Office over Eckanlt's Coni-ctlonery Store, Penns. ave
nuo, between 12th and 18th sts. ("cp 11?e*s)lni
which guarauties to each subscriber a superior new
seven octave I'lano, worth four hundred dollars, upon thi
payment of three hundred dollars In monthly instalment*
of froin five to ten dollars. Persons desirous of becoming
subscribers will please call at the P'tationery store ot
William F. Bayly, on Pennsylvania avenue, between I Itb
and 12th streets, where they can obtain a copy of the
?< articles of agreement," and all necessary information
relating thereto. E. N. STRATTON,
sep 9?eotf Managers.
rpiIB IJNDKRSIONED having returned to Washington,
offers his services in giving instruction in Music. He
hopes that his friends and the public generally will ex- ]
tend to him the encouragement they have so kindly be
stowed on him heretofore.
Order* may be left at Fischer's Music Store, adjoining I
the Irving Hotel JOSEPH O. FORRTSCH,
sep 2?co3w* Organist to St. John's Church.
RECEIVED 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 well as all the delicacies of the season. Pri
vate sapper rooms aud persons living in the country ran
he served at any hour with dinner, find Oysters for them
selves or ladies.
The subscriber respectftilly requests a call from his
friends. R. W. ALLEN,
Empire Hotel and Restaurant,
au 2ft?eo Pa. avenue, near 4>4 street.
Vndrr the directum of Aaron Haihiit Palmer, of Ntv>
York, and Worminoton Garrettson Smithes, of Xtw
Orleans, AUtrrneys arui Omnsr/lors of the Sup. Churl t'.S.
This establishment Is formed for the following olyocts:
1. For practising law In the Supreme Court of the Uni
ted States, and conducting professional business before
2. For the prosecution and recovery of all claims, in law
or equity, against the United States bet'oro Congress or
the Executive Departments, or against foreign Govern
ments before Boards of Commissioners.
8. For the settlement of accounts with the State, Trea
sury, War, N'avv, Post Office, and Interior Departments,
and obtaining the remission of fines, penalties, and for
feitures for alleged violations of the revenue, post office,
or otluir laws.
4. For securing letters patent for Inventions from the
United States or from foreign Governments, and procu
ring land warrants and pensions uuder the various pen
sion laws of the Uuited States.
6. For collections generally, embracing debts, legacies,
and inheritances In the Lnited States auil foreign coun
6. For the purchase and sale of lands In any of the
States or Territories of the Union, and loaning moneys
on mortgage of real estate lying t herein.
7. For Investment of funds In United States and State
Stocks and loans, collection of the dividends thereon, ami,
generally, for the transaction of all business pertaining to
a law, loan, and hanking agency.
All communications addressed, post-paid, to Messrs.
Taltner A Snethen, American and Foreign Agenoy, City
of Washington, will reoelve prompt and faithful attention
June 80?1y* Office No. 60arroll Plana, Capitol Hill.
1UVLOR * MAURY. Bookseller, and
station*!-*, Pmiuirliuiio aveuue, near Vili
rUtet, h?ve cousUutly on band * full tuwortuient of
PAPEK, of entry variety, for sale at New York prices,
au -i?tr
.EPISCOPAL Prayer-books.
Ii CaUiolic Prayer-books.
Methodist liy inn-bookN
Unitarian Hymn-books.
Presbyterian Hymn-books.
Baptist Hymn-l>ooks. In every variety.
For sale at the published price, by
June 88?tf Booksellers, near #th street.
ALL ol Harper A Brothers' Publications.
All of Appleton's Publications.
All of Putnam's Publications,
Little A Brown's, Boston; and all books published In
the United States.
For sale at the publishers' prices by
June 28?tf Booksellers, near 9th st.
RULED LETTER PAPKK at $1 26 a ream.
Ruled Foolscap Writing Paper at CI 26 a ream.
Uood Envelopes at $1, $1 26, and $1 60 a thousand.
Suwi Pens at 26 oeuis, 60 ceuts, and 75 ceuts a gross.
Small Wrapping Paper at 26 cents a ream.
J une 28?tf Book and Stationery store, near Bth st.
J II. V\ H1TEHURST has extended the held of his op
? erattons over more ground thau any daguerreo
typist in the country. Ills Galleries may be found on
ennsyivania avenue, between 4% and lith streets; No.
-0i Baltimore street, Baltimore; corner Broadway und
l.eouurd street, New York; No.77 Main street, Richmond;
sycamore street, Petersburg; Main street, Norfolk; and
uaiu street, Lynchburg, Virginia.
Ills beautiful and highly finished electro-Paguerreo
types are an extraordinary improvement, insuring faithful
and highly finished likenesses iu a few seconds.
?*? W. calls the attention of the public generally to
his elegantly furnished Gallery over Lane and Tucker's
uew store, where a free exhibition of pictures will be
Notwithstanding the unusual competition In Daguerre
otypes at the recent Fair of the Maryland Institute, lie
was awarded the first medal by the judges.
Likenesses of every description oopied, and post-mortem
caseg attended to. ' ap 30?dOmo
MAGRUDER k CALVKRT, Pennsyl vnnla avenue,
between 8th and Utli streets, have just received u
fresh supply of seasonable DRY GOODS, which they will
run off at very low prices. Their stock is large and as
sortment complete. j,u 4 tf
JA??2,o^VC0NNKR' Prol>riet<>r of the CITY EX
1 H has, begs leave to Inform the public that he
;t"l continues to run his EXPRESS WAGON to George- 1
town dally, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. He will also 1
convey baggage to and from the Oars, and to any part ol
the city, at moderate charges. He hopes, by strict atten
tion to h s business, and the prompt and faithful delivery
01 all articles committed to his keeping, to merit a libera)
"hare of the patronage of the public.
Orders left with Mr. Lewis F. Perry, at Clagett A Dod
? "!y,lviulia BVonue> new 9th street, will bo at
tended to with promptness and fidelity. [ au 2?tf
XWE would invito the Ladies to call and examine
our extensive Stock of Green, Blue, and Black
Watered, Bordered and Lined Silk and Satin Tuer
FAKASOLS?the largest assortment in the District, at
greatly reduced prices.
Also a choice selection of UMBRELLAS, all of the latest
fashion, and the work warranted.
JUST RECEIVED?a handsome variety of Silks and
scotch Ginghams for re-covering.
?S-Repairing and Covering faithftilly and punctual! v
executed. A. CORBIT A CO.,
. may H?Bm Penn avenue, near 4 If street.
TEABURY TOOTH - WA8H?An immediate
J_ cure ol toothache and purifier of the breath. Fifty
cents per bottle, including a box of tooth-powder.
For sale by J. F. CALLAN.
sop 11?tr Corner 7th and E streets.
JAS. P. HARVEY, Undertaker,
Seventh street, between Q and II streets,
C n ? WOULD respectfully return his thanks
1 llll to fellow-citizens, and those of the sur
rounding oountry, for their past patronage, and would in
form them that he is fully prepared to fill all orders for
Funerals at the shortest notice. He would respectfully
say that he has taken considerable pains to provide him
self with all manner of conveniences for an Undertaker.
His mode of preserving bodies in the warmest weather hat
never failed to give the utmost satisfaction.
He keeps constantly on hand a large supply of
ready-made COFFINS, of all sizes.
June 2?MWAS?y [Marlboro'Gazette?ly]
Pomsmouth, July 9, 1861.
Mr. J. E. Boush?Dear Sir: I feel it a duty to make
known the benefit I have derived from Dr. Hampton's
V hUKJ ABLE TINCTURE. For a number of years 1
suffered from disease, but to a greater degree for the lasi
three years. One of the forms of my disease was dyspep
sia. From this dreadful malady I suffered to such an ex
tent that life was really a burden. The attack of it 011
me was different to that ou any other person of whom 1
jiave heard; at times it was like the palpitation of tlic
heart; there was a constant thumping and beating with
out intermission about the region of my heart, chest, and
stomach; some of the attacks would last for weeks ; mv
stomach was much distended, with constant pain, great
weakness, and constitution or the Ixjwels. I could not
oat the most simple food without pain. I also suffered
greatly from disease of the kidneys, with constant pain
',U>a.'.1 f?u,d walk only with great difficulty.
I tried nearly all of the most celebrated patent medicines
of the day, but found no relief. I had also the best medi
cal attendance. One of my physicians frankly told me It
W""ij ., U8e for me P?yin(C him for advice, as he
could do me no good. 1 gave up almost in despair, and
thought my dim*ase certainly incurable.
At thin juncture I beard of Hampton's Vegetable Tinc
ture I refused to give It a trial, although persuaded by
my friends, until my son purchased a few bottles, anil
requested me to try it; after taking It a few times, It had
a most happy effect on me; my confidence increased, and
after taking three bottles, my dyspepsia, or disease of the
stomach, was nearly if not entirely cured. I now feci
myself a new man, iind in letter health than for yearc
I am certain the cure In my case was made by this Hamiv
ton s % egetable Tincture alone. Since my cure I have
recommended the tincture to a number of my friends
who have also been relieved by It. Some of the cures
have been as rapid and equally wonderful as mine
I present my respects to Messrs. Mortimer A Mowbrav
the proprietors of this valuable medicine, ?nd say to them
"s value Is xhove price; and from my cure, and what I
have sceu of Its effects on others, I shall ever feel It mv
?luty to recommend It to the suffering I hsve no doubt
many valuable lives will be prolonged by its use. I hop.
the afflicted will cast aside their prejudices and give It n
trial. Yours rnort respectfully, (Signed)
Jon* Lugs.
The above !? extracted from a letter from a gentleman
lixty years of age, and of high character. He says: " 1
have given but a fslat idea of my sufferings; I feel inad
equate to the task." We also have received, in the last
lew days, letters from two of our most worthy and well
known citizens, giving two remarkable cures of spinal
ilinenw, But yesterday one of the oldest merchants re
ported that ho was cured of neuralgia of the head, of
years standing, and so bad that his teeth fell out from IU
effects. Call and see letters. Was there ever so many
cures, wonderful cures, made by any other medicine
All we ask of the afflicted is that they try Hampton's
Vegetable Tincture, the great purifier of the blood and
cure for all chronic diseases, as dyspepsia, rheumatism,
scrofula, and all complaints of the stomach, bowels, Ac.
. , Oeneral Agents, Baltimore st.
Also for sale by C. Stott A Co., Washington. D. C.
Joseph Moffett, 7th St., near E.
. , R. 8. T. Clssell, Georgetown.
I jy 1ft?3m C. C. Berry, Alexandria, Va.
UN. GILBERT has opened an office In Washington
.. city, where he will give his prompt attention to
all those who will favor him with the agency to farms
In Virginia, Maryland, or the District of Columbia. Having
followed farming heretofore, and being a northerner by
birth, he can appreciate the wants of such as come from
the North for the purpose of locating forms in this vicin
ity. He has the agency to sell a goodly number of Tarms
in Virginia, and those coming from the North would do
well to call, before purchasing, at his resldonoe on Penn
sylvania avenue, first square west of the Capitol Gate,
may 29?y *2m
Encourage your own Mechanics, Manufacturers,
and Seamstresaet.
Sign of the Shirt, south side of
Ponna. avenue, respectfully In
vites the cltisens of Washington,
and all others who desire to have
SHIRTS of all sizes, qualities,
Eattern, or price, to call upon
im at his Shirt Factory, oppo
site the United States Hotel;
where he will execute their or
ders. and warrants his shirts,
which are manufactured hy the
f?amstres?es nf Washington only,
to bo good fits at?d good work
manship. William H. Faulkner
has 30 Washington seamstresses
constantly employed In making
shirts, the demand for which has
greatly Increased since they hsve
been worn and tested by mem
hers of Congress and other citi
zens who have purchased them. He would respectfully sub
mit that an establishment like his, which gives regulsr
employment, at fair tiring prices, to a large number of
respectable and Industrious femsles, Is deserving of liberal
encouragement from the citizens of Washington especial
ly, who are bound by principles of reciprocity and Inter
est to encourage their own seamstresses, manufacturers,
and mechanics.
Shirts, Collars, Bosoms, Cravats. Handkerchief*, Sus
penders, Ac., constantly kept for sale. Call and view the
Good SHIRT-M A K KR S can always obtain employment,
?'une lrt -eotf ^Intelligencer copy.]
Giobobtown, September 20?12 m.
Accident.?Yesterday, while Mr. Thos. Paul
was out gunning, and in the act of loading hi#
gun, the powder from some oause took fire and
communicated to the flask, which he held in his
hand, blowing it to pieces, and burning his
face, head, and one of his arms very badly. He
is doing as well this morning as could be ex
Another Accident.?This morning, about 10
o'clock, just after the machinery of Mr. Deans'
planing mill, near the aqueduct, was set in oper
ation, a piece of iron, which was lying on the
top of the frame-work, fell, and striking upon
the plane, was thrown off with great force, and
struck Captain Collins across tho upper jaw,
?utting the lip entirely, through, and knocking
?ut several teeth. It also struck a youth by the
name of Archie in the forehead, laying the
flesh open in two places o,nd exposing the bare
skull. Drs. Mathews and' Marbury were prompt
in attendance and dressed the wounds.
Our market this morning was well filled with
pretty faces, well-filled purses, and an abund
ance of good things, which found a brisk sale
at about the following prices: best cuts beef,
10 cento; mutton, [email protected] ; pork, 10 c.; lard,
12Jc.; hams, 12Jc.; butter, [email protected]; lamb]
37 jc. to 62 Jc. per quarter; sweet potatoes, 25c.
per peck ; Irish, 25c. do.; apples, 26c. do ; to
matoes, 20c. do.; peaches, 50 cents do.; green
I beans, 25c. do.; Lima, [email protected] ccnts per quart.
| Other vegetables and fruits at about the same
Drovers' Rest.?The supply of beef cattle this
week has been largo: 904 head ; 220 head Bold
to Georgetown and Washington butchers at
prices ranging from $2 to $2.50 per hundred
libs, gross, and 684 were drove to Baltimore.
Sheep from $1.75 to $2.50 per head. Hogs
[email protected]$6.
Flour and Grain Market. ? Flour remains
steady at $3.81 [email protected]$3.87*. We note the fol
lowing sales of grain: 400 bushels white corn,
at 57c.; 1500 bushels new oats, struck measure,
at 35c.; 900 bushels white corn, at 58c.; 1600
bushels white wheat, at 78c.
Arrivals.?Schr. Sarah M. Kent, Boothe,
Patuxent, to A. R. Ray & Brother; packet
schr. Mott Bedell, Wicks, New York, to Peter
Berry ; packet schr. Meridian, Noyes, Phila
delphia, to E. Pickrcll & Co. ; schr. Alhambra,
Blanchct, Boston, to Geo. Waters; packet schrs!
Ann D. and Green Way, of P. Berry's line, both
at Alexandria, bound up.
Sailed?Packet bark Eben Dodge, Clarence.
Canal Trade.?Arrived?Boats Sarah Perry,
Ohio, 0. W. Sturtevant, C. F. Mudge, II. B.
Loomis, Cumb., coal; Wm. C. Johnspn, forty
five miles, flour; Belle, seventy-three miles,
flour, &c.; James F. Essex, sixty-one miles,
flour, &c.
Departed?Miles Standish, Cumberland, John
P. Garrett, Chas. Arthur, P. F. Thomas, and
Capt. Walker. Elbctbo.
The Atbocitibb of thk King of Naplks.
In consequence of Mr. Gladstone's expose of the
cruelties of King Bomba, the Neapolitan state
prisoners have been treated with more inhuman
ity than ever. We learn by a recent letter from
b lorence, that the government, exasperated in
the highest degree by the revelation of its out
rages, is unrelentingly prosecuting its crusade
against civilization and humanity; though there
is reason to believe that one of the king's ad
visers earnestly admonished him of the danger
of creating such a feeliug abroad as might ex
I wite and support another insurrection at home.
It seems that the poor prisoners doomed to
incarceration have been treated with fresh cru
elty, in consequence of the gratuitous suspicion
that they or their friends had some agency in
communicating facts to Mr. Gladstone during
his visit to Naples. The young Count Poerio^
(formerly Minister of Public Instruction ami
Member of Parliament under this very king, in I
1848,) whose unjust condemnation is feelingly
referred to by Air. G., has been loaded with
, new chains, and incarcerated in a dungeon at
I Isoliia, twenty-four feet under the level of the
sea! Seitcmbrial?whose heroic speech on his
trial, together with his touching letter to his
wife, have been published in this country is
! "ow groaning in a "tomb" on a solitary rock 1
I of the sea, called Santo Stephano, (St. Ste- '
j plien!)
Fifteen more worthy men have been lately
arrested on suspicion of entertaining still some
hope of the revival of tho constitution, and their
late hangs in Huapense. JJut why (says a letter
now before us) multiply cases, where the only
end of the dreary recital is already but too
clearly established ? The indictment and tho
evidence against the government of Naples is J
now before the world. We wait in hope and
i confidence of its righteous verdict, having full
trust in the mighty power of public opinion.
[tfew York Star.
A fellow who had been sentenced to six
months imprisonment in a rickety, old county
! jail for some irregularity, made his escape. On
being retaken, he was asked why he broke jail ?
His reply was, ?? I didn't break out; I fell out of
j the old thing."
Gkoroia.?A State Convention of Mechanics
1 will meet for the transaction of business in
i Atlanta, Georgia, on the 2?th of October next.
1. TWKNTY ItOOMS to let, for single gentlemen, by
the month or }ear, on' Pennsylvania avenue, near 4Vt
. JN?. A. DON" Oil GO
j *cp 1? M3m*
TIIE CNOKIWIUNliD wlshe* to acquaint hi* friend*
A ?nd the public that he will continue the duties of hi*
j profession In giving in*truction on the Piano and in Vo
i ..V SfJcL5'"0te*?,w ?iyen on th? ?rK?n and Seraphine.
with the Science of Harmony, at hi* residence, or at the
private uwpiltngp of his pupil*.
i 1 Jhr. * *[? that pupil* commencing or
! already advanced in their musical studies can, at their
option, receive such lc**on*- a* may beat promise their
I improvement. It I*, al*o, of *eriou* interest to those who
: W, h ,f^\rpn In music, that they should be
gin and follow the finit course* of lessons in a* regular
order as possible, a* all future success will depend upon
Ills recommendations for success In teaching for the last
ten years in Washington and vicinity are of the highest
"haracter, and he feels confident that he Is able to impart
1 wi?5Uon ln *n brW> *"<1 profitable manner. He
solicits an early call from Uiose interested, so that, thev
may secure convenient hours for their lesson*. All ne
cessary information will be given to person* by calling
at his residence, (14th street, between K and G gtreet*"
or by leaving their name* at the music store* of Mr
Davis, Mrs. Anderson, and at the Musical Depot of Mr'
(.eorge lliibus, where order* left will be punctually'at
tended to. j. K. SCHBKL, '
Organist of Trinity Church (P. K .) and
au 21?eoflm Teacher of Music. WbWton.
1V who desire to hare their parlor and chamber furni
ture restored to itsoriginal beauty. Pianos, etc., polished
at reasonable rate*. The advertiser ha* had u^le eV
perlence in varnishing and polishing household furai
htm' *n P">rmTd all orders entrusted to 1
. prT*"' l|or" not require th? articles to he re
ZSlSZS* room'nor 11 * &
I ?u 'WHh Mr- T R~icllfr, Odd-Fellow*' Hall
I itrcefc^M' M'Orc?rnr 1Mb
| street, N.M.M Orcggor, 7th street, near D, and Mr M
? ^fnU*' ^tween M'and 4U
I mSS* V reference will also be given, it
aa 11?eod8m
J****ylvania Avenue and Thirteenth UrvU,
_^*ay Zn^ Wahhikutow Citt, D. 0. d * J
Old WinM, Liqaors, Seg&ra, Fruh Foreign
Vruiti, ComesUble*, etc.,
jyntuylrxinia aveuue, 3 doart uut <(/' t\flernth street.
may 17?1,
Surgeon UcatUt,
OjfIce near Hrown'l Hotel, IVnnnyivania avenue,
Charge* New York and Philadelphia prices, and guaran
ties his work to be equal to any done In those cities.
ap ft?tf
Dealers in
No. ft, opposite Centre Market,
ap 10 Wanhinotom Citt.D. 0. dly
Office Eighth street, opposite Market.
BDSIN ESS of all kinds requiring the attention of an
Attorney, Magistrate, or Ageut, will be promptly
attended to. Claims brought I w fore Congress and the
Departments will receive prompt attention by being
placed in his hands.
Fee moderate. June 12?y
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
PRACTISES in the Court* 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 11. ap 11?tf
House and Sign J'ainter, and Glazier,
South side Louisiana avenue, between 6th and 7th streets,
(Dwelling South F street, between 7th and 8th streets.
Island,) U pre]tared to execute to order all descriptions of
work iu bis line. ap 16?ttm
Attorney at Law,
Will practise In the several courts of the District of
Office on 4V? street, near First Presbyterian Church,
jy 18?tf
WM. INGMAN, Cabinet-maker, Carpenter, and Prln
tors' Furniture-make-, can be found by inquiring
at NOELL A BOYD'S Venetian Blind Manufactory, Penu- [
sylvania avenue, between Oth and loth streets, south
?">?? __ Jy 31?0m
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. Resideuce C street, between \)A and 6th
streets, Washington, D. C. jy 29 tf
{Late of Warrenton, Va.)
OFFICE and Residence?F street, north side, one door I
above 10th. m?r 27?ThAStf
Gunsmith, Locksmith and Bell-Hanger,
Pennsylvania avenue, between 2d and 3d streets.
CANES dressed and mounted; Machinery and Lamps I
repaired; Turning done in Ivory and Metals.
June 4?eo
{Late of the firm of Walker Sf Wise,)
rA6 opened a shop on E street, opposite Temperance
_ J. Hall, between Wth and 10th streets.
Residence on I street, north side, tietween 6th and 7 th
streets. mar 24?tf
OT1LL ANOTHER of our most talented and '
C? highly respectable citizens speaks for Hampton's
Baltimore, July 18,1851.
Mcstrt. Mortimer tf- Mowbray:?Gentlemen: My daugh
ter having been afflicted for 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. 1 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 am pleased to say that since she I
took It she has I men free from pain, and she is gradually '
gaining strength, whieh 1 attribute entirely to the restor
ative properties of this medicine. I believe if it were
more exteusively uf?1, 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,
I Robert Kerr,
Principal Western F. 11. School.
Call and get pamphlet and see certificates of wonderful
For sale by MORTIMER A MOWBRAY, 240 Baltimore
street, General Agents.
Also by C. Stott A Co., Washington, D. C.
Joseph Moflett, 7 th st. near E.
R. 8. T. Cissell, Georgetown,
jy 16?3mif C. C. Berry, Alexandria, Va.
"ctffll ?lw?yB on band, for sale and to rent on
j I Q n R moderate terms, at the Piano Store, on
" W J J 12th street, above F street.
New MUSIC STOOLS forsalo.
jy 1?d3m* F. C. REICHF.NBACn.
For Fitting up Stores with Fancy Fronts.
1,^ E. ilKliiC.lt, builder and Architect, would respect
. . fully inform his friends and the public in general,
that he is prepared to tit up Stores and build Fancy Frouts
on an entire new plan, embracing all the latest improve
rnonts. The work can be done without stopping the busi
ness while the work is going on.
lie it also prepared to do ail kinds of wqrkin the build
ing line, at the shortest notice and on the most reasonable
terms. All business entrusted to his care will be promptly
attended to.
Place of business on D stroet, between 0tli and 10th.
may 1?6m
Devoted to African Colonization and Civilization,
to Literature and General Intelligence.
r|iIIK undersigned propose to publish. In the City of
I Washington, a weekly newspa|>er, bearing the above
title, and dedicated to a sound morality In Politics, to th
Unlon of the States, to the cause of African Colonization
rind Civilisation, and to all topics of a high and general
interest to their country ami mankind. They will en
deavor to impress upon the People and Government of
the United States and of the several States the importance
of eolonizing 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- ,
riea; the state of the Slave Trade, and the measures liest
adapted for its suppression ; and will enforce the duty of
union among all Christian denominations in efforts to dif
fuse the knowledge of our Arts, Liberty, and Christianity,
among the barbarous people of that Continent.
They will aim to render the journal an instructive and
useful Family Newspaper, and to secure for its columns,
as the public favor shall enable them, contributions, lite
rary and scientific, of decided merit.
The Christian Statesman will be of the size of the
Home Journal or Actional Era, and exceed in size the
fnUUiffrncer or the t'ninn of this city; and, with but few
advertisements, will be nearly filled with matter designed
to lie of interest to its readers.
It will be printed with new type, on fine white paper,
and, in mechanical execution, be equal to the best news
papers in the country.
Terms.?The Christian Statesman will be two dollars a
year, payable In advance.
Postmasters or others, who may be pleased to act as
voluntary agent*, will be responsible to those who may
pay over to them subscriptions; and to the order of such
gents, or to any who may make remittances for the
Christian Statesman, it will be supplied on the following
Single copy for one year . . . $2 00
Single copy for six months ... i oo
Three copies for one year ... 5 00
8lx 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 be expected to ap
pear early in August, and it is desired that those who are
disposed to further Its great objects, by their patronage,
should Indicate their wishes before that time. ttrdersand
communications, addressed (post paid) to Gurley A Good
loo, will receive Immediate attention.
ColoxiiATrtox Rooms, Washington, June 11, 1861.
At a meeting of the Executive Committee of the Ameri
can Colonization Society, held on the 10th instant, the
?Secretary laid before the Committee tho Prospectus of a
newspaper, to he called the Christian Statesman, and to
he devoted "to sound morality In Politics, to the Union ot
the States, to the causa of African Colonization and Civili
zation, and to all topics of a high snd general interest to
their country"?to be published in this city, by the Rev.
R. R. Gurley and D. K. Goodioe; after the reading ot
which, It was
Rrtnlved, That we cordially and earnestly recommend
the Christian Statesman to the patronage of the friends ol
Africa') Colonisation throughout the United State*.
June ltV? W. McLAIN, Sec. Am. Col. 800.
SH0E8! 8H0E8M SHOES!!!
oLAIN A HARRY have in store a good assortment
of the abovo-nanied goods, suitable for Men, Boys',
UdTes', Misses, and Children's wear, which must he sold
for some price by the 1st of September. [June ft?tf
Mkthodist church property
C ABB?a verbatim report. For sale by
gQ 7th St., opp. OM-Pellowe' Hall
K sired, Luwttn lUiA and 1 Mh, UuiAinyfem Oiiy, D. O.
MARBLE MANTLES, Muuuiuouu, Tomb#, UmiI mm
Foot Stoua*, Ac., constantly ou band, of Um l??
ity and workiuauahip. All kinds of bUiuu, fur MuiiU
lug, Ac. All kinds of work lu hi* line faithfully uaucuu*
*t the shortest notice. ap 16?-tf
General Banking and lExchange Bminoti.
I^IIE undersigned respectfully auuouuo) to tlie pubH
that they hitve eutered into copartnership lor tin
trausaeliou of a geuerai Exchange and Banking bualoefc
in the city of Washington, under the firm of?
All business entrusted to them will be attended to with
promptnean and fidelity.
Late Tr?a?urer of the United State*
Of Alexandria, Virginia
Of the city of Washington.
mar 24?tf Of Baltimore, Maryland.
Dr. Stickland'a American Family Pill*.
IJESIDES the cathartic and anttdyspcptic qualities of
I > these Pill*, their adaptation to purify the blood?to
cure the Liver Complaint, Urinal and Abdominal Diseases,
and especially that class of maladies known as Female
Complaints; to relieve the system of Worms, and pimples
ou the akhi?may be seen, as wit forth in a pamphlet,
which can be had gratuitously of the wholesale bgeut.
A. (litAY, Jlookseller,
7th street, opposite Odd-Fellows' Hall.
N. B.?The above Hill# come to me so highly roeom
mendiHl, from ?o responsible a source, that 1 do not hesi
tate to believe that they will prove to l>e as good as the
HE8T ever Introduced, and that it will not be long before
their popularity and sale will bo unparalUUd.
June ft?eott A. GRAY.
IS circulated extensively among the Merchants of that
city, and travellers find it in all the Hotels, Steain
bouts, and Railroad conveyances diverging from Phila
delphia. It contuins a correct list of the names of those
persons arriving at the principal hotels daily, and coustj
[uently in the best means the Proprietors of Hotels in
otter cities can have for extending their business among
the travelling public.
. for the use of Merchants, Storekeepers, and others;
a lull assortment of various sizes now in store. The above
Chests are warranted equal to any other make for security
against Fire or Burglars, having withstood the test of both
without injury or loss to the owners, lu any instance.
Also?In store and for sale:
Seal and tatter Copying Presses and Books
Trucks, for moving Boxes, Bales, Ac., In Store*
Druggists' Presses, with Cyliuders and Pans
Packing Levers, for Dry Good Stores, Ac.
Portable Shower Baths, of new construction, suitable for
warm or cold water
Kefrigerators, for keeping Meats, Butter, Milk, Ac., In
dining room, hall, or cellar
Water Filters, for purifying muddy or bad Water,caused
by Rains, Limestone, Marl, or other causes.
61 S. Second, 1 door below Chestnut street,
mar 24? Philadelphia.
AND Til*
OWING to the lab-i revolutions and counter-revolution?
among the nations of Europe, which have followed
each other in such quick succession, and of which " On
etui is not ye/," the leading periodicals of Great BiiUiir.
have become invested with a degree or interest hitherU
unknown. They occupy a middle ground between the
hasty, disjointed, and necessarily imperfect records of the
newspapers, and tile elaborate and ponderous treaties te
be furnished by the historian at,a future day. Whoevel
reads those 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 spirits 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. The
following is their list, viz:
The London Quarterly Revmw,
Tub Edinburgh Review,
The North British Review,
The Westminster Review, and
Blackwood's Edinburgh Maoazini.
In these periodicals are contained the views, moderately
though clearly and firmly expressed, of the three greatest
parties In England?Tory, Whig, and Radical; ?' Black
wood" and tlie " London Quarterly" are Tory, the " Edin
burgh Review" Whig, and the "Westminster Review"
Literal. The " North British Review" owes its establish
ment to the last great ecclesiastical movement in Scotland,
and is not ultra In Ita views on any one of the graud de
partments of human knowledge. It was originally edited
by Dr. Chalmers, and now, since his death, is conducted
by his son-in-law, Dr. Ilanna, associated with Sir David
Brewster, its literary character Is of the very highest
order. The " Westminster," though reprinted under that
title only, Is published in England under the title of the
'? Foreign Quarterly and Westminster," it being in fact n
union of the two Reviews formerly published and reprinted
under separate titles, it has, thereto!*, tlie advantage, by
this combination, of uniting in one work the best features
of b th, as heretofore issued.
The above Periodicals are reprinted in New York, imme
diately on their arrival by tlie British steamers, in a beau
tiful clear type, on fine white paper, and are faithful co
pies of the originals?Blackwood's Magazine being an ex
tu t fac simile of the Edinburgh edition.
For any one of the four Review*, $3 00 per annum.
For any two, do 5 00 "
For any three, do 7 00 "
For all four of the Reviews, 8 00 "
For Blackwood's Magazine, 3 00 "
For Blackwood and three Reviews, 9 00 "
For Blackwood and four Reviews, 10 00 *?
Payments to If. tiuulf in all cases in mtuance.
Remittances and communications should be always
luMrussed, post paid or franked, to the Publishers,
79 Fulton street, New York.
mar 24 Entrance 54 Gold at. j
HEAT chance for Hook Agents to clear from $MX) to
J *1,000 a year! Books of universal utility. SEARS'
NEW AND POPULAR WORKS?the most splendidly
illustrated volumes fer families ever Issued on the Ame
rican continent, containing more than rou* thousand *!??
?iravinom. designed and executed by the most eminent
artists of England and America.
The entire series have been careftilly examined, and
strongly nfommended to Superintendent'*, Trustees, and
Teachers of Schools, by the followlngdJstinguished gentle
man : His Excellency Hamilton Fish. Ex-Governor of the
State of New York; Christopher Morgan, Secretary ol
State, and Superintendent of Common Schools, N. Y.; T.
Homey n Beck, esq., M. D., Secretary of the Regents of the
University, N. Y.; the I/egisUtive Committee on Colleges
Academies, and Common Schools: Rev. Edward Hitch
nock, LL. D., President of Amherst College, and Professor
ofGeology, Massachusetts*
Amherst College, Dec. 25,1*4R.
Mr. Robert Sean?Dear Sir: I have looked over the en
tire aeries Of your valuable publications with much In
terest and proflt; and am quite surprised at the amount
of literary labor you have perioral<*1, and the research It
must have coat you to obtain so many fine illustrations,
while you have "an active superintendent of an extensive
business. I am also gratified at the decidedly moral and
?vllgious Influence which vour books will exert, and can
not but hope that they will do much to counteract the
effects of that light and immoral literature which deluges
the land, and, like the frog* of Egypt, comes up even to
the kneading troughs of our kitchens. May yo? live long
to fellow your pla?*.
Respectfully and sincerely, your obliged servant,
?The works alluded to as having been examined and
recommended, are as follows: A new and popular IMctorial
Description of the United States, Pictorial History of th>
American Revolution, Scenes and Sketches of Continental
Europe, Description of Great Britain and Ireland, Picto
rial Family Annual, Treasury of Knowledge, Information
fer the People, The Family Instructor, Pictorial Sunday
Book, Bible Biography, Bible UUtory, and second serief
of The Wonders of the World.
Gentlemen of respectability and of go<d address wanted
to sell the above popular Pictorial H orks. Full partlcu
lars of the principles and profits of the Agency will be
given on application either personally or by letter The
postage must in all caees be paid.
Pleaee addrea* ROBKRT SEARS, Publisher,
mar 24? 12* Nassau street, N.Y.
AGKNCY, No. 116 Market St., Philadelphia.
AssrvtATi omen.
K. RUSSELL A CO., (late Geo. W. Gordon,) Boston.
3. D. PRATT A CO., Baltimore.
W'M. B. PIERCE A CO., Cincinnati.
CllAS. BARLOW A CO., St, Louis.
WM. B. PIERCE A CO.. Louisville.
This well known and extensive establishment InvlUw
Merchant*, Msnufacturers, snd Bankers, to an investiga
tion of Its system, and gratuitous test of Its records of the
itanding and responsibility m traders in the U. Stata*.
Otir Increased patronage has enabled us, during the past
irear, to open offices In Cincinnati, Ixmisvllle, St. Louis.
?nd New Cfrleans; these, In connection with our long es
tablished offices in Boston, New York, and Bal'iin'ire,
enable us to offer facilities and advantage* which ?'in>- snd
?xperlenoe alone could accumulate, and which we bellevi
ire unequalled.
We are prepared to make eollectloi.a In any of the States,
Territories, Canada,'England, Ireland, Scotland, France,
lermnny, and In any commercial port of the world, and
will pay particular attention to old and doubtful debts, in
the collection of which cla?? we have extraordinary f/wili
ties, and have been unusually successful.
Having full lists ami reports of nearly all the Attorneys
In the United States, we are at all times prepared to fur
nish yon, gratuitously, the names of good and responsible
law vers In any part oYthe United State, and Canada*.
Connected wlthour Agency 1* a Commissioner fer near
1* all th* State*, who I* enabled to afford every fecllity
ami legal ferm fer preparing aonpunU, Ac., for immediate
use, thereby avoid lag a delay eftea fetal ta the eol lection
Gf a debt. 34
Gregory's California Package Express.
THE SUbaUKlBKlltl will despatch
di'ECIAL Mfcttst MJEKS, twour inoie
Union per uoiilii, by bummahips, via
CHAOltKS and PANAMA, iu rh*r??
of |ihrc?lH, Jew wiry, valuable* ami unli
able uiatUir, which will in all casus axrivo in t>?n ?r%n
ciwo by the mail niuamertt, and be delivered in advance of
tlif mail.
We beg to announoe to the public that we have entered
tutu connexion with the heaviest transportation house on
Uie isthmus, who are hound to us to transport our goods
11 frwB ^ Manama, i<? advance <{/ aU uthir ucyr**H*t
anU liHviUK uiade arraUKemeute with the U. B. Hail and
all oilier ttte tuuer it on tlie Pacific, for the earring*) of our
goods, we are prepared to guarantee their delivery iu Han
Francisco within a specitii a time.
In addition to the superior qualities of the line, for the
transaction of Merchandise, Ui? manliest advantage over
the U. 8. Mail and all other competitors, in the transgK
tntiou of letters and parcels between thu Pacific uu?J At
lantic States, are well known and already generally ap
preciated by the public. The valueoi a mercantile letter,
delivered by us three or four days iu advance of all other
competition, being properly estimated.
We have also established agencies in GUAYAQUIL,
OAl.LAO, and VALPARAISO, tor which ports, and other
cities on the South American coast, we are prepared to
receive LETTERS and PARCELS, which will be promptly
despatched to their destination by our ugent In I'nnnma.
The mail for Bouth Auierica is made up but once a
Managers and Agents,
140 Pear, cor. of W all st., New lork.
REFER, BY PERMISSION, ti Messrs. Johnson A lx.w
den, 116 Wall St.; Spoffonl, Tileston A Co., 48 South st.j
Nesinith A Co., 60 Pine st.; and Levi Apgar A Co., 76 Dcy
street. mar 24?
\\f M. H. CARY A CO., '24;! and '246 Pearl street, New
f T York, invite the attention of the City and Distant
Jobbing trade to their large and varied stock of goods
which they offer at the lowest rates, either for cash or ap
proved credit.
Under their present, arrangements they can offer great
inducements on all their Foreign Goods, and will give
lieir customers the benefit of the large discounts which
they have gained by the increased amount of their pur
They pledge themselves to sell many styles of American
Goods at manufactures' prices.
Their stock will be sept full during the whole year, and
all orders will be promptly supplied. Tliey particularly
invite the Mexican and South American dealers to exam
ine their stock of Jewelry, manufactured expressly lor
those markets; also their stock of Ivory Combs, adapted
tor exportation.
The following articles constitute a part of their stock.
Linen Threads?Vnrit us makers, plain and satin finished,
black, drab, white, brown, and colored, ]Sos. 20x80
Spool Cotton?Clark's, Alexander's, Smith's Eagle, and
Kefilngton's, white, black, and colored, Nos. 10x160.
26 to 300 yards
Tapes and Bob!-ins?Linen and cotton, assorted colors and
Cutlery?Razors, Knives, Shears, Scissors, and Table
Knives and forks, Wade A Butcher's, Wostenholm's,
Rodger*', and other celebrated makers
Brushes?Hair, Cloth, Teeth, Paint, Varnish, Shaving,
Shoe, Crumb, Ilorae, Scrubbing, 4c., 4c., in great
Musical Instruments?Accordions, Violins, Flutes, Fifes,
Clarionets, Harmoaicans, Ac.
Fans?A large and rich assortment, consisting of beauti
fully carved pearl, ivory, bone, and wood sticks; also
plain sticks, with plain, fancy, and silvered pajier
Ivory Combs?Fine S, 8S, 88S, und NPU, 1 J^x4 3-? inched
t'ombw?Plain and fan -y Tuck, Dressing, Pocket, and Side,
of shell, buffalo, and horn
Guns?Single and Double English and American, real
and imitation TwLrt; also a variety of l'.ilies
Pistols?English and Herman, I'ocket, Belt, and Holster;
Colt's and Allen and Thurber's Revolvers; also, a
complete assortment of 8porting Apparatus
Perfumery?Lubin's, Mangenet & Coudray's, liver's, Pln
aud's, and Kile's fine Extracts
Soaps?Low's White ?nd Brown, Windsor and Honey;
Lubin's, Guerlain's, Pinaud's, and Mangenet 4 Cou
dray's assorted styles, 4c., 4c.
ALSO?Percussion Cap*, Needles, Pins, Hooks and Eyes,
Steel Pens, Suspenders, Buttons Of all styles, I'ocket
books, Port Monaaies, Purses, Stationery, Beads,
Whalebone, Looking-glasses, Ac., 4c.
Ivory, Tortoise Shell, l'earl Shell, Horns, Tips, 4c., for
Catalogues in the French, Spanish, German, and Eng
lish languages. mar 24?
STATIONERS' WA H KIIOUSK, 20 South Fourth Street,
Philadelphia. (Wholesale only.)
UYMAN L. L1PMAN, Importer of French and Kng
lish Stationery, offers to the trade, at Stationers' Ware
house, a complete assortment of
of the best quality, it the lowest rates. mar 24?
BRINK 4 D1JRBIN, Iron & Steel Slcr
rlianta, Importers and dealers iu American,
Swede, Norwegian, Refined, Cable, and conunou Lngiiab
Iron; manufacturer*' of Boiler Rivets and Spikes, iloop,
Band, Scroll, Flue, Boiler, Slieet, Small Iron, Axle Iron,
113 North Water street, and 64 North Delaware avenue,
mar 24?
street, above Tenth, Philadelphia, have just received
|ier steamer splendid Table and Piano Covers, Dama?k
Table Cloths, Napkins, Moreens, and Worsted Damasks.
mar 24?
First Premium Grand and Square Pianos.
nCTy-i KNABE A G .El ILL, Manufacturers,
1TP??^7T?TM Nos. 4, 6, 8, 9, and 11 Eutaw street, Hal
TTTnnf timore. New tribute* to the excellence
J " W \J ? of Baltimore made Piano Fortes. The
Maryland Institute, at their last exhibition, awarded to
1 us the First Premium for the l*?t Grand llano, and also
j the First Premium for the best Square Piano exhibited.
| It will be recollected that la 1848, our llano also received
'he First Premium by the same Institute.
Such testimonials are not easily earned, and are not to
j t. lightly regarded. We may therefore say that having
taken the First Premium, wherever our Instruments met
with competition, we otler them to the public with a oon
| lldcnce we might not otherwise avow, guaranteeing all
I .instrument* made by us to give satisfaction, or tbey may
1 be 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 ur, with
their patronage; and we invite all who desire a superior
I Instrument, carefully adapted to the climate?a very im
' i?rt.mt matter, and which we have made our careful
itudy?to call and examine our various styles, which we
I are constantly finishing, and which will be sold at the
I lowest market price for cash or approved paper.
In addition to the above public testimonials, our Pianos
\re recommended in terms of the highest praise by the
fallowing eminent artists, whose certificates can be seen
j at our Warerooms: Charles Bochsa, the great composer
tnd musical director to Mad. A. Bishop; Mr. Geo. Knoop];
j Miss Adele and Charles llohnstock, tnd other dlstin
(uished performers. To the many accomplished Professors
j .tnd Amateurs, by whom our Pianos are constantly used,
j whilst making our thankftil acknowledgments to' them
I we refer for further testimonials.
Old Pianos taken in exchange.
Pianos hired and tuned. mar 24
BOWEN 4 McNAMKK, 112 and 114 Broadway, New
York, have bow In store, and will receive by early
packets and steamers, a very extensive assortment of
French, German, English, Italian, and India
I -mbrarlng every variety of the newest and richest style*
? offered in this market. Sample cards are now ready
tbr exhibition. Merchants from every section of the
nountry, and particularly onr old friends and custom
ers, are anaurcd that every attention has I wen paid to
! present a stork of g'>ods, unequalled, either in extent or
! variety, by any similar establishment In the country.
Many of our richest goods are manufacture! from de
signs or samples furnished by us, and will lie found
adapted to the best trade in the larger cities and towns.
The following embrace the leading articles of our stock;
Extra rich Chene and Brocade Silks.
ltich Paris Bareges. Muslins, and Organdies.
Rich printed Silk Tissues, new article.
New style English Poplins.
Barege de I.aine?, Parts patterns.
New style French Prints.
English. Scotch, and American Printed Lawns.
Super Black Grr>? de Khines.
French and English Ginghams.
Plain and emhmidered Canton Crape Shawls.
Rich Paris Ribbons, largo assortment.
Millinery Silks, Crapes. Ac.
Dress Trimmings, newest sfjrle.
Bombasines, Alpacas, and Muslin de Laines.
Laces and Embroidery.
Linens and White Goods of every description
Ivid (1 loves, b"?t manufacture.
Knglish and German Silk and Cotton Hosiery.
Long and Sqnar? Cashmere Shawls.
Rich 811k Mantillas, greet variety.
P'<ngee and Spita'.fleld Handkerchief*.
It illsn Cravats nnd Sewing Hilks.
Alio, a great variety of rich goods for evening dresses
not enumerated In the above.
Also, Slnehews, Sarnete, Fsncy Silk Cravats. Bay State
Plaid Long Shawl p. Linen Cambric Handkerchief^, Green
Bareyres, Satins. Silk Scarfs, Suspenders, Plain Mack and
high colored Monocline, de Lalnss Turkey red Prints,
Curtain M usllns. Oil Silks, Belt Ribbons, 8erges, Satin
Vesting*. Ac.
*#- Those wbo visit this market for ffflk Good*, who
would consult their interest, and who desire to sea a
stock unsurpassed in every department at the very low
??t market prices, are respectfully Invtud to call,
mar 24? .
IMPORTERS of l. andies. Wines, and Segars, No. 1 Ex
1 change Place, Baltimore, offer for sale an extensive
assortment of?
UR AN DIES?J. Hannosay, J. J. Durand, superior old
Jean I<ouis. 1811 and 1838; Maglory; Otard, Dupuy 4 00.;
Pinet, Castillon 4 Co.; Martell; J. Durand 4 Co.; A. Reig
nettc; J. J. Dnpny and J. Kraud brands.
WINES?Champagne, Claret., and Hock, of various
grades. Also, Port, Sherry, Madeira, Sicily, Lisbon, Bur
gundy, Malaga, aAd other Wines, in great variety
8EOARS?Havana and Principe Segars, of approved
brands, constantly receiving from the manufactursra.
HOLL AND t#IN?-Grape and Gray Mare brands, ef fine
flavor; also, London Brown Stout and Porter; Bordeaux
and Marseilles Sweet Oil, Sardines, Msccaronl, V?nniealll,
Olivee, Capers, OastMe Soap, Bay Ram, Roll Brimstone.
Oanart Seed, Am mar M?

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