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Teacher and TraruUiiur nf Frnich, Mitaninh and Italian
,JthnSl^Skm if required.)
*KW PUPILS may be instructed on the Guitar.
Clau""" ^ lit a ?.
??r ???-1 ^ g?utlt;uii*u moot ut Ilia too in ou PtsuuHyi
viuua avuuue, north vide, WU wu ad Mid 4U ?trm.-U.
Pupil? will bo acoouiiuodatod lit i^"dr rusiduncc* abo.
sep 16? tf
Second ttonj, Old M dicul Colltge, comer of E
and 'J'tiUh Streets.
riMlK duties of our Institution will be roaumed on Mon
X day, September lat, ensuing. Circulars may be ob
tained at the bookstores of Ail*tin Gray, Taylor A Maury,
and R. Farubmu; or of ourselvoj, corner of K and Tenth
Corner of 14f/t street and New York Avenue.
fTlHIS ACADEMY will bo opeued on the 1st of Septem
X hor. Z Kichauih, A. M., Principal; Hk.nby Chash,
A. B., Assistant hoNnr; A. Zappone, Professor of
French ami other modern languages. I'rof. GiuaoN baa
charge of Drawing and l'aintiug. l'hom) wishing to en
ter the School must make immediate application, as the
register in nearly full. Circulars obtained of thu friuci
I?al, corner of lltli and 1; or ut K. Famhaw's Hooka tore,
au 11?tf
Under the care of Rev. Alfred llolmeud, Rector,
and Mr. Char leu Tucker, A. M.
riMIK DUlIhS of thiii Institution will be resumed on
X the 18th of August, iu the lower Saloon of Mr. Ca
ruM ti building.
In English, Mathematics, Greek, Lutln, and French,
the course will bo full and thorough. Pupils lltted for
the Counting-room or College.
The experience or fifteen years, iu the management of
boyu, indices the confident belief that the satisfaction ex
iirussod by their numerous former patrons, both in Mary
and and Virginia, will be shared by those who may bo
pleased to entrust the education of their tou to their
For terms and further information apply to the Hector,
the Hev. Alfred ilolmead, at his residence on 9th, between
E and K streets. [jy 20?dtf
Corner of F and 12th sis., Washington, D. C.
rpilli LECTURES will commence on the first Monday
X In November, and continue until the latter part ol
Noble You.no, M. D., Professor of Principles and Practice
of Medicine.
Cmaui.es H. Liebermaw, M.D., Professor of Institutes
and Practice of Surgery.
Ploooabdo Howard, M.D., Professor of Obstetrics and
Diseases of Women u.nd Childreu.
Joiijwo.v Eliot, M. I)., Professor of Anatomy.
Josuua A. Ritchie, M.D., Professor of institutes of Me
James M. Austin, M.D., Professor of Materia Medlca
and Therapeutics.
J. W. II. Lovejot, M.D., Professor of Chemistry.
Samuel \V. Eveemt, M. D., Associate Professor and
Demonstrator of Anatomy.
Clinical Lectures will be delivered and operations per
formed on patients from the luflrmary and Dispensary
attached to the College.
The College building has been recently erected at great
expense, provided with largo and convenient Lecture
Ilalls and Anatomical (looms, and is admirably adapted
for medical instruction.
Fees for a full course of Lectures $90.00
Matriculation (paid only once) ..... 5,00
Domonstrator'a Ticket 10.00
Graduation 125.00
Perpetual Ticket 150.00
Fee for those who have attended two full
courses in other Colleges 60.00
au 20?lawtN'ov Comer of 10th and 1' street*.
Attoution, Ch'ewers and Smokers !
DOWNER'S popular Cigar and Tobacco stand is well
supplied with the liept llawiuas and Priuelpcs.
Also a splendid lot of Chewing Tobacco, to wbicli he ex
teuds a cordial invitation to his friends and to g-intlemen
of taste generally. sop 9 tr
1^ANC\ PAPER.?Embossed Oold and Silver.
Ultramarine, Enamelled, Green, Glazed, Blue, Yel
low, Tissue, Ac., Ac., at moderate prices, for sale by
A. OKAY, 7th str-et,
Sep 17?Ir opposite Odd-Fellows' Hall.
C1ANTIC-A LAl'DIM, or American Book
' of Church Mimic, by Lowell Mason & O. J.
Webb?just out, aud universally recommend* d by the
Press as superior to ail its predecessors.
For sale by A.GRAY,
sep 17?tr 7th St., opp. Odd-Fellows' Hall.
/ new supply of tlieso valuable Bitters to-day received,
on sale by the bottle or dozen. J. K. CALLAN,
s?!p 11?tr corner K and 7th sts.
SC IiOO LB 00 Kir at N?- w V orkPrirm.
A full assortment of all kinds now in use; aud the
best STATIONERY of every variety, for sale by
au TO? 7lh street, opposite Odd Follows' Hall.
J. those ujed in the private academies and iustitutions
in tile District of Columbia and adjacent country.
For sale, at Now York prices, by
sep 1? Booksellers, near Hth street.
Winger?Fifty cents per bottle.
For sale by J. F. CALL AN,
sop 11?tr Corner of E and 7th streets.
AT THE BIBLE DEPOSITORY, corner of E and 10th
sep 1?tf _ JAMES NQTTBgB.
VrKHBY & MILLER take great pleasure in announc
ing to the Ladies tliut they have just returned from '
New York, and have now ready for their inspection the
most elegant assortment of Fancy Goods to bo found in
tho city. In our stock they will tind?
100 pieces splendid Sl.ks, embracing the newest and
most fashionable styles of tho season
10 pieces splendid Watered Poplins, all colors
1 case new stylo French Mousttelines, prettiest
goods of the season
10 pieces Chene Poplins, very rich
Splendid Cashmeres, newest and richest patterns
Figured and Plain Mousselincs do Laine, front 12}^
cents to $1 per yard
A large stock French Merhioes
Do do English do
Palmetto Cloths, in all the best colors
10 pieces Blark Grade Rhine, all widths
Splendid Kmbroiilered Litiencanibric Handkerchiefs
100 doien plain and colored Bordered do. froin 0li up
Worked Edging* and Inserting*
Splendid Collars aud Cutis, Uudersleevcs, Ac,
Black Silk Lawns
Black and White Plain and Kibbcd English Silk Hop*
Do do ILiw-siik do
400 dozen Cotton llose, black, white, and mode co
lors, of the very best mako
20 dozen best Black SLk Mits, long and short
60 dozen Alexander's best make Paris Kid Gloves
Black, white, and colored Silk Gloves
In short, our stock is complete aud elegant, and we are
determined to sell at the lowest prices. We therefore
respectfully Invite tho Ladle* to call, whether they wish
to purchase or not, as it will alTord us pleasure to show
them our stock. YE It BY & M1LLKK.
Remember the plnco,.No. 0, Peuna. av., bet. "th and
8th streets, ^ sep IS?lm
WK AUK NOW OPKNISU a very choice and select
stock of Black good", embracing all desirable arti
cles for Lndb s in mourning. We name, in part?
TO pieces IIIm-k Alpncu, all grades
10 do choice Bombasins, Lupin's make
5 do Black French Meriuoe*
f> do do Cashmeres
'I do do Cashmere de Ecosae
f> do do Vlu?lin de ljiines
5 do Second-Mourning Silks
4 do Knglish Crapes
10 do Italian Crapes
1 carton Black Love Veil*
2 plenes Veil Crape, very nice: with Bluck Silk.Kid,
anft Cotton Glove*; and all kinds of Black Hosiery.
sep 18?lm No. f>, Pa. av., bet. 7th and sth sts.
Urulsr the 'iirrcliim nf Aaron Haiort Palmer, of Nru
York, and W0*THl*dT0? Garukttsox SXLTiiK.t, 0/AVio
Orlmn*, Attnrn'ij* niul Orwnwllort qf thr tbtp. (hurt U.S.
This establishment is formed for the followiug objects:
1. Kor practicing law in the Supreme Court of the Uni
ted States, and ootulucting professional business before
2. Kor the pronoeution and recovery of allclairas, inlaw
or e<|uity, against the Uniteil States before Congress or
the Kxeeufive Departments, or against foreign Govern
ments before Hoards of Commissioners.
8. Kor Hie settlement of accounts with the Statu, Trea
sury, War, Navy, Post Office, and Tuterior Departments,
and obtaining the remission of lines, |s>ualties, and for
feitures for alleged violations of the revenue, post office,
or other laws.
4. Kor securing letters patent for inventions from the
United States or from foreign Government*, and procu
ring land warrants and |>eusions under tho various pen
sion laws of the United States.
A. Kor eollection* generally, embracing debts, legacies,
and Inheritances In the United Status and foreign coun
fl Kor the purchase and sale of binds in any of the
States or Territories of the Union, and loaning moneys
on mortgage of real estate lying therein.
7. Kor Investment of funds in I!nit?t States and State
stock" and loan*, collection of the dividends thereon and
generally, for the transaction of all business ]>erUlni'nc to
a law, loan, and bnnking agency.
Ml communications addressed, post-paid, to Messrs
Palmer A Snethen. American and Foreign Agency. I'ltv
of Washington, will receive prompt and faithful attention
June TO?lv* Offlne NO. 5Carroll Place. Capitol 1IIII. i
rpAVLOR * MAUKY, Book..U,r, M
JL ?t?lluner?, Peium/lvaui* avenue, near Wth
street, ti?v? oounUiiil* ou Likud a full , ,xt
pI'pSr r?KB'80 ,??,l i,en*> "J*, LS
PAPKtt, of every variety, for mU? ?t New York priori
h u 22?tr
> UatliQlic Prayer-books.
Methodist IIyum book* \
Unitarian Hymu-books.
Presbyterian Hyuiu-books.
K - ,l &"??**-*>? I? every tarietv
For sale at the published price, by y"
June 28?tf 4
? . ., - rs' uear 9th street.
ALL of Harper k Brothers' Publications.
All of Apple ton'* Publication*
f\',.i i V1"*1"'" p"t>'ic?Uoui?,
thi uni^ ZZ8' U?*U"t> "* *" ^ published in
For sale ut the publishers' prices by
June 28?tf bLV'I?11 * MAURV
Booksellers, near 9th ut.
I1 UKuV MTT*" i'A1'K,t ut f ^ ? ream
??} rjftw? tL'uIltS:
Small Wr?pn|ng Paper at Mental " grOB#'
IJune -8~tf lk** "d *JSSgg&,
7??in^Puu??fE0TYPES-1-t p?mium!
?J e rations oJ r extended the field of his op
??.*?wi? ?
an? ?l"h,y flui*hed electro-Duguerreo
.? i ? .eaaox,raordinary improvement, Insuring faithful
J .W iu a few sWnd*
i i i ' -.,cali8 the attention of the public icenerallv tf,
Mh ?l<*autly furnished Gallery over Line aEdTucked
given ' * * fr?" ?xhi^iUon of picture* wUl be
Notwithstanding the unusual compeUUon in Daguerre
otypes at the recent Fair or the Maryland IaiUtStT^
was awarded the first medal by the Judges ' he I
to?' deMtripU?U C?pi0d' ?nd PO-t-morten, |
ftp ou?dllmn
jVTA??UJ)KR A CALVKltT, Pennsylvania avenue
snOajg *?? w* ??? sc&g^
I'ItKS^ ?C0N|NliU'. Pr?Pri"tor of the CITY EX
I RKSS, begs leave to iuform the public that he
"l"' continues to run his EXPRESS WAGON toOeori
town daily, ut 2 o'clock in the afternoon, lie will also
convey baggage to and from the Cars, and to any part of
the city, at moderate charges. lie ho^s bv striet
lion to his business, and the prompt and faithful delivery
of all art cleg committed to his keeping, to merit a liberal
share of the patronage of the public.
Orders left with Air. Lewis F. Perry, at Clairett k n<vi.
pons, Pennsylvania avenue, neur 9th street will be at
tended to with promptness and fidelity. ' [ au 2?tf
, Wh would invite the Ladies to call and examine
our extensive Stock of Oreen, Blue, and Black
PARaV^S' i'r ; ana Uued Silk and Satin Tuer
JU.ST KhOEIV KD?a handsome variety of Silks and I
Scotch Gin^haiug for re-coveriug I
jsr^? - Tsasg r sr1"!
may n * Pennavei, ue, near 4 yt street.
A cure of toothache and purifier of the breath Kiilv
cents j?r liottle, including a box of tooth-powder
lorsa eby J. K. CALLAN,
sep II?tr Corner 7tli and K streets.
J AS. F. HABVEY, Undertaker,
seventh street, between G and II streets
respectfully return his thanks
"Wg .I nf.ir jmj ui his fellow-citirens, and those of the sur
roundiug country, for their past patronage, and would in
Kuner^s^ff h rt P^P^ t? all orders for
Kunerals at the shortest notiw. He would respectfully
1,a-'* tiiken considerable pains to provide liuif
ml W |' a" ulaKUer conveniences for an Undertaker
His mode of prcstrvtng Mien in t/ie waruittt wtuther has
never tailed to give the utmost satisfaction. '
Ho keeps constontly on hand a large sumilv of
ready-made COFFINS, of all sizes. y
June 2 .MVVAS-?y (Marlboro'Gazette?ly]
Portsmouth, July 9, 1851.
Me. J. E. Bousb Rear Sir: I feel it a duty to make
known the benefit I have derived from Dr. Hampton's
?GKTABLK TINCTURE. - For a number of years 1
suffered from disease, but to a greater degree for the last
three years. One of the forms of my disease was dyspep
*io. From this dreiulful malady I suffered to such an ex
tent that life was really a burden. The attack of it ou
me was different to that ou any other person of whom I
heart hHrd: tim,,R ,.tWa* lik" th,! palpitation of the
heart, there was a constant thumping and beating with
out intermission about the region of my heart, client, and
stomach; some of the attacks would last for weeks - ni"
stomach was much distended, with constant pain, great I
weakness, anil constipation of the bowels. 1 could not
eat the most sunpla food without pain. I also suffere,I
of the kidneys, with con^Unt '
in the^Ixtck, that I could walK ouly with great difficulty
? Jht' mr"t relebrttt"J Patent medicines
fo"nd ?? r"Uet 1 had also the best medi
cal attendance. One of my physicians frankly told me it
?,ol I H USU '"i? t(i ^ PH>'UK hi,u f'>r advice, as he
me ?? K00*!- I K?ve up almost in despair, ami
thought my disease certainly iucurable.
At this juncture I heard of Hampton's Vegetable Tinc
mvr<Vri ?fUW',Lt0 11 ? trial- although persuaded bj
my friends, until my son purchased a few bottles mi?i
requested me to try it; after taking it a few times, i't 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. 1 now feel
myseif a new man, and in better health than for years
I am certain the cure io my case wa^ ui-uU* l?v n?ja 11
ton's Vegetab.? Tincture alo^T ^nco'my^cure^' Z
recommended the tincture to a number of my friends
who have also been relieved by it. Some of the cu?
have ?>een as rapid and equally wonderful as mine.
I present my respects to Messrs. Mortimer A Mowbrav
he proprietors of this valuable medicine, and say to then,'
ts value is above price; and from my cure, and what I
have seen of its effect* on others, I shall ever feel it mv
duty to recommend it to the suffering. I have no doubt
rnU'1 'WB" wi" l*' P*?lon??d by It* use. 1 hop,,
the afflicted will cast aside their prejudices and give it
trial. Yours most respectfully, (Signed)
John Luke, j
The above is extracted from a letter from a gentleman
tlxty years of ago, and of high character. lie says; "I
have given but a faint idea of my sufferings; I feel inad
equate to the task." We also have received, In the la?t
jew days, letters from two of our most worthy and well
known citizens, giving two remarkable cures of spinal
d'sease. But yesterday one of the oldest merchants re
ported that lie was cured of neuralgia of the head of
years standing, and so l?id that his teeth fell out from Its
fleets. Call and soe letters. Was then) ever so many
cures, wonderful cures, made by any other medicine.
All we ask of the afflicted is that they try Hampton's
\ egetable Tincture, the great purifier of the blood and
. ure for all chronic diseases, as dyspepsia, rheumatism,
serorula, and all complaints of the stomach, bowels. Ac
, , General Agents, llaltimore st.
Also for sale by C. Stott A Co., Washington, D. C.
?Joseph Moffett, 7th st., near E.
, ,B t- 8. T. CleSell, Georgetown.
Jy IB?,1m C. C. Berry. Alexandria, Va.
UN. GILBKRT has opened an office in Washington
. citv, where he will give his prompt attention to
in chose who will favor him with the agency to sell tanns
In Virginia, Maryland, or the District of Columbia. Having
followwl farming heretofore, and being a northerner by
both, he can appreciate the wants of such as come from
the North for the purpose of locating farms in this vlcln
!. vJIT ? f to **" a ffKxllv number of farms
m Virginia, and those coming from the North would do
well to call, before purchasing, at his residence on Pcnn
sylvanla avenue, first square west of the Capitol Gate,
may !W?y ?'2m r
YMNS of the Methodist Kpiscopal Church
Hymns of the Methodist Kpisoopal Church South
Hymns of the Methodist Protestant Church
Lutheran Hymns
The Psalmist, with supplement
Watts and IMppon
Watts and Select Hymn* .
Parish Hymns
Psalms and Hymns
Kpiscopal Prayer-Books, with Lemons
Bible and Prayer?bound together
Catholic Prayer-Books
Bil;!V,';.1lnii.r,:t?r,n,t,: ,nr,ro ?nJ"ubstantial Faml
, ' l o"'k<'t Bibles, etc.
All of the above in every variety and style of binding.
ap 2rt?eodtr ^ 7th street, opp (Md-Fellows" Hall.
Death to Rata, Mice, Cockroaches, and Anta !
'|Hlh, North American Kxtermlnator is
.1 warranted superior, and cheaper, than
any snd sll other articles heretofore offered
to the public, for exterminating Hats, Mice
Black and Red Ants, from dwelling-houses'
stores, grsTiaries, vessels, Ac. They will eat It readily and'
Rats and Mice are not likely to die in the building. ' For
further Information ssk for a circular, to lw. bad of the
agent gratis If you want a truly valuable article, ask
for the North American Rat Kxterminator, and take no
other. Price, 2f> cents (s?r box, which contains suffi
cient to clear an ordinary building several tlnn-s. Soli)
wholesale and retail by A. OKAY, Hookscller.
au 14?eo 7th street, opposite Odd Fellows' Hall.
[The steamer Washington, to sail from South
ampton, Englaud, ou the 10th instant, for New
Vork, haa not yet been heard from. This is her
twelfth day out?Ens. Am. Tkl.]
[Despatched to the American Telegraph.]
Nkw York, September 22?1 p. tn.
The Bteamer Cherokee arrived hero this inorn
iug, one day later from California, via San
She brings no news, except that the Vigilant
Committee hung a horse thief at Monterey.
Havana dates to the 17th were received;
but nothing of special interest.
Boston, Sept. 22?1J p. m.
Accounts from Aux-Cayes to August 28, state
that the Emperor Solouque abandoned for Pre
sident on reconquering St. Domiugo.
Great Fire mt Cincinnati.
Cincinnati, Sept. 21.
A fire yesterday destroyed Coddington's large
chair factory, and thirteen other buildings.
Loss one hundred thousaud dollars ; insurance
twenty-five thousand.
The Northern Markets.
Baltimohk, September 22?2 p. m.
The Baltimore und New Vork markets re
main unchanged.
Boston, September .19.?The grand military
and civic procession to-day was two hours and
a half passing the Revere House. The absence
of the President from the procession caused
much disappointment. He was present, how
ever, this afternoon, at the dinner on the Com
mon, beneath an immense tent, and in reply to
a complimentary toast made a brief and appro
priate speech.
The tables extended for miles, and not less
than -1,000 persons sat down to dinner. There
is a general illumination to-night, with fire
works, &c. It is estimated that there are not
less than 100,000 strangers in the city.
The streets throughout the route of the pro
cession were decorated with great diversity
and brilliancy. Immense crowds Bwarmed the
streets and balconies, presenting a scene of sur
passing interest.
Review of the Northern Market* for
Office of the Ainerican Telegraph, Sep. 22.
Baltimore, Sep. 20, p. in.?There were no sales of
Howard street or City Mills tlour to-day. The market
price may be considered as being $3.87}^.
New York, Sep. 20, G p. m.?Stocks show little change.
Eric has advanced %.
Sales of 10,000 barrels Hour at $3.94 for State brands,
%nd f4.26 for Gencsoe. Rye flour $3.31. Corn meal
Salesof 1S00 bushels southern white wheat at 80c., and
10,000 bushels Canadian at UOc. Sales of 35,000 bushels
corn at IKK;, for mixed, and 63c. for white. Kye 70c. It
Sales of 100 barrels mess pork at $15.75, and 200 bbls.
prime at $13.25. '
Sales of rice at 3J^c. CotUn is quiet?sales of 000 bales.
Sales of 100 bbls. spirits of turpentine at 34c., and 200
bbls. rough at $3. Whisky 23c.
Georgetown, September 22?12 m.
Yesterday, after the regular morning service
at the Methodist Protestant Church was over,
James Libbey, esq., was called to the chair,
and G. W. Beale, appointed secretary. Colonel
Doughty then ottered a preamble and a series
of resolutions of coudolence with the family of
the Itev. Levi R. Reese, which were unani
mously adopted, and ordered to be published in
the papers of our town?and a copy, properly
attested, sent to the family.
I am pleased to learn this morning that Capt.
Collins and young Archy arc much better, and
both considered out of danger, and in a lair
way to recover speedily.
A new boat, the James A. Magruder, came
in this morning with over one huudred tons of
flour and whisky, drawing only three feet and
eight inches of water. This boat was built by
Thomas Ilossett, of near Clear Springs, Wash
ington county, Md.
The flour and grain market rather dull; small
sales this morning from stores at .$3.811.
Arrivals.?Sclir. Sarah Elizabeth, l'ierpont,
N'ew York, to Peter Berry; Willes S. Bobbins,
Smith, N. Y., to F. Coyle; packet-schr. Ann D.
Osborn, N. Y., to Peter Berry; packet-steamer i
Columbia, Harper Butts, to E. Pickrell & Co. ;
Sailed?Packet-sloop John M. Clayton, Wool- ;
ston, Philadelphia; bark William Chase, Dorry, .
for Rio dc J aneiro.
Canal Trade.?Arrived, Baltic, 81 m., 1,000 ,
bbls flour, &c.; M. Fillmore, Cumb., coal; M. !
It. Hale, do. do.; N. S. Berston, do. do. ; Fran-1
ces, 28 miles, flour, &c.; Wm. Jackson, 62 \
miles, limestone; Lady, 80 miles, flour, &c.;
James A. Magruder, 107 miles, flour, &c.; J.
P. Smart, 31 miles, flour, &c. ; Chesapeake, 02
miles, limestone; M. Frances, do. do. ; Gen.
I Cass, 31 miles, flour and meal.
Departed?Rambler, N. J. Boothe, R. S. Voi?
lett, Belle, E. I'ajsin, Baltic, Ann Woodward,
and William Albert. Electro.
I HAVE JUST RKCK1VKD a supply of the following
L articles, which I will sell as low as they can be liad
ta this market for cash :
Hoofing Tin, bright and leaded, 14 by 20
Hrlght Tin, 10 by 14; Sheet Zinc
Har, itound, and Square Iron?American, English and I
Hand and Hoop Iron, Plough Plates and Landrides
Cart Steel, American and Knulish Blister Steel
Cart and Buggy Axles, and Wagon Boxes
llorse Shoes, llorse Nails, and Nail Rods
Cut and Wrought Nails and Spikes
Pumps, Urindstones, Wheelbarrows, and Trucks
Ploughs, Harrows, and Cultivators
Corn Shellers and Corn Mills
Vegetable Cutters and Straw Cuttera
Wheat Fans and Churns
Sausage Cutters and Sausage StulTera
Ox Yokes, Cattle Ties and Bull Kings
Root Pullers and Bramble Hooks
Fruit Oatlierers and Corn Parchers
' Shovels, Spades, Forks, Bakes, and Hoes
Folding Ladders and Water Bams
Vegetable Boilers and Oarden Syringes
Wire for Fencing and Screw Wrenches
(iarden Trowels. Pruning Scissors, Ac., Ac.
an 11?eod2m Q|?p. Brown'* Hotel, I'n av.
pared hy the late Br. Talut, of this city, acts like a
cbarin, invariably effecting pcrmnnent cures in all case? >(
Wounds, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, Chilblains. Painfnl Swell
ings, Biles, Piles, Abx-osses, Uleers, and Sores of all kinds.
It is wonderfully efficacious for Intlam nuitui.i or risiitfl
of tho Vimaijc Bauit, or iiylammatum arising from any
A* a lip salve, and for chapped hands, It haa no supe
rior. It will m..kc a perfect cure In a hurry.
The subscriber Las used it in his own familv with
astonishing success, and can recommend It wil.i con
fidence. And so well assured is the Propkiktor of its elfl
eacy, that tho purchaser will be at llherty to return what
snlve I* left and his money he refunded tn case of Ml ore.
A. OH AY, Hook seller. 7 th street,
ap 24?lawy Oencral Agent fbr the U. S.
I)OO.HM FOR RK NT.-Suitable for storage.
V m.-uiuffieturinf, An. Two large ones, In second story
with eMy across, |u a central situation. Inquire at 'Ui =
office. Sep 10?-tf
0"f. 'tf Itnnsulvania Avenue ami Thirteenth street,
may 26 wamuhotcii Out, I>. C. d * y
Old Winw, Liquor a, Seg&rt, Fmh Foreign
!? ts, Comestibles, etc.,
1'i-nnsylvanm avenue, 8 doors tail qf t\/Uenth itreei. '
May 17=?ly
0. H. VAN PATTEN, M. D^~~
Surgtou Dentist,
Office ns/ir Uruum't Hotel. J'?un*y/r<inia avenue,
Charges New York and Philadelphia prices, and guaran- |
ties bin work to bo txiual to any done in those cities,
ftp ;
Dealers in
No. f>, opposite Centre Market,
ap 10 WAtmiMOTOlf ClTT.I). 0. (1 A y
Office Eighth street, opposite Market,
BUSINKSSof all kinds requiring the attention of an
Attorney, Magistrate, or Ageut, will be proni|itly
attend i^i to. Claims brought before Congress and the
Departments will receive prompt attention by beiug
placed in bin baud*.
Fee moderate. Juue 12?y
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
PRACTISES in the Courts of the District, and prose- |
cutes claims of every description before the several
Executive Departments and before Congress.
W" Office and residence 21st street, two doors north
of JI. ap 11?tf
House and Sign Painter, and Glazier,
South hide Louisiana avenue, between 0th and 7tli streets,
(Dwelling South V street, lietween 7th and 8tli streets,
Island,) is prepared to exooute to order all descriptions of j
work in his line. ap 16?6m
Attorney at Law,
Will practise in the several courts of the District of |
Offloe on street, near First Presbyterian Church.
jylO-tf _____
WM. INGM AN, Cabinet-maker. Carpenter, and Prin
ts rrs' Furniture-make", can be found by inquiring
at NOELL A UOYD'd Venetian lllind Manufactory, l'enn
sylvanla avenue, between 0th and 10th streets, south
side. __ jy 31?Om
Officer, Collector, and General Agent.
BUSINESS entrusted to him will be attended to In a
proper manner, and may be left with any of the
Magistrates. Residence C street, between i]4 and 6th
streets, Washington, D. C. jy 29?tf
(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 streets.
CANKS dressed and mounted; Machinery and Lamps
repaired; Turning done in Ivory and Metals.
June r
{Lute of the firm of Walker <j- Wise,)
HAS opened a shop on E street, opposite Temperance
11*11, between tfth and 10th streets.
Residence on I street, north side, between 6th and 7th
streets. mar 24?tf
STIIiL ANOTHER of our most talented and
highly respectable citizens speaks for Hampton's !
Raltimoek, July 18,18&1.
Messrs. Mortimer tf: Mowbray:?Gentlemen: My daugh
ter having been alllictcd for inom than u year with the
spinal disease, and having tried every retuody that was
prescri'wd by some of our liest physicians, without afford
ing hi r any apparent relief, I tortunately wan advised
by a friend to try a bottle of " Dr. Hampton's Vegetable
Tincture," which relieved her of her pain in less than
twenty-lour hours. 1 am J J cased to say that since she j
took it she has been free from pain, and she is gradually
gaining strength, which 1 attribute entirely to the restor
ative pro|>ertie8 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,
Kouukt Ivr.HR,
Principal Western F. 11. School.
Call and get pamphlet and see certificates of wonderful
For sale by MORTIMER & MOWBRAY, 240 Baltimore
street, General Agents.
Also by C. Stott 4 Ci., Washington, D. C.
Joseph Moffctt, 7t.h st. near E.
R. S. T. Cissell. Georgetown,
jy 16?3mif C. C. Berry; Alexandria, Va.
always on hand, for sale and to rent on |
moderate terms, at the Piano Store, on
12tli street, alx>ve F street.
New MUSIC STOOLS for sale.
jy I?d:?ro* F. C. REICnENBACH.
For Fitting up Stores with Fancy Fronti.
1.^ E. GRIOER, 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 Fronts
on an eutire new plan, embracing all the latest improve- |
ments. The work can In- done without stopping the busi
ness while the work is going on.
lie Is also prepared to do all kinds of work in the build
ing line, at the shortest notice and on the most reasonable
terms. All business entrusted to his care will be promptly
Attended to.
Place of business on D street, between 9th and 10th.
may 1?6m
Devoted to African Colonization and Civilization,
to Literature and General Intelligence.
f|HIK undersigned propose to publish, in the City of
I Washington, a weekly newspaper, bearing tho abort
title, and dedicated to a sound morality In Polities, to the
Union of the States, to the cause of African Colonisation .
and Civilisation, and to all topics of a high and general J
interest to their country and mankind. They will en- i
deavor to impress upon the People and Government of I
the United States and of the several States the importance
of colonising 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.
Exploration, Resources, Commerce anil Population of Af- j
rlca; the state of the Slave Trade, and the measures host
adapted for its suppression; and will enforce the duty of
union among all Christian denominations In efforts to dif
fusa 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 deckled merit.
The Christian States*.** will be of the size of the
Hams Journal or A'alumal A.Y?. and exceed in sire the
Intelligencer or the I'nion of this city; and, with but few
advertisements, will lie nearly flilod with matter designed
to Iw of interest to its readers.
It will be printed with new type, on flno white pa|i?r,
and, in mechanical execution, lie equal to the host news
papers in the country.
Terms.?The Christian Statesman will be two dollars a
year, payable In advance.
Postmasters or others, who may lie pleased to act as
voluntary agents, will be responsible to those who mav
pay over to them subscriptions; and to the order of such
agents, or to any who may make remittances for the
Christian Statesman, it will tie supplied on the following
Single copy for one year ? ? - $2 00
Single copy for six months ... 1 00
Three copies for one year ... ft 00
Six copies Sir one year ? ? - 10 00
Tw<juty copies for one year - ? - .10 00
Twenty oopie; for sir. months - ? 15 00
The first number of this paper may be expected to ap
pear early In August, and it is desired thst those who aro
disposed to further Its great objects, by their patronage,
should indicate tlieir wishes before that time. Orders and
communications, addressed (put paid) to Qurlev A Good
loo, will reoeivo immediate attention.
Coi,0!*l*ATi0!? Rooms, Washington, June 11, 1SS1.
At a meeting of tho Exccutivo Committee of the Ameri
can Colonization Society, held on the loth instant, the
S'-cretary laid before the Committee the Prospectus of a
newspaper, to be called tho Chfistian Statesman, sml to
he devoted "to sound morality in Politics,to tho Union ot
the States, to the cause (if African Colonization and Civill
ifttion, and to all topics of a high and general interest to
their country"?to l*> published in this city, by tho Rev.
It. It. Ourley aud D. R. Goodloe; after the reading ot
which, It was
It'snlv'd, That we cordially and earnestly recommend
the Christian Statesman to the patronage of the frionds Ot
African Colonisation throughout the United States.
Jun?* 10? W. McLAIN. Sec. Am. Col 8o<\
M'oLAIN k HARRY have in store a g.ioj assortment
of the above-named goods, suitable for Mdtl, Boys',
Ladies', Misses, and Children's wear, which must in sold
for some price by the 1st of September. [June 0? tf
Methodist Ctt.VM.CM property
. CASK?a verk'Mm report. For sale by
nil 30? 7th St., opp. Odd-Fellows' Hall
?stfcrt, l<(ii'm tat* ami 1?/., WathuiffUm City, l> 0. j
MAltULK MANTLK8, Uonuiu. uU, Tombs, Head *"J
root ri tones, Ac., oousUutly on hand, of the l*s<
Itv and workmanship- All kiu.l? of Htmie, for Build
ing Ac. All kind* of work In his line faithfully execuusl
at Un) aliorteat notice. lT! _
~ General Banking and Kxchanga Buiinew.
riMlE undersigned respectfully announce to the
I that the* have enturod luto ouparUierahii
transaction of a general Kxchango and BanithiB .urnm.
in the olty of Washington, under the nrin ol?
All business entrusted to thun> will be attended U> with
promptness and ^%,LUAM KKLUKN,
Late Treasurer of thu United States
Of Alexandria, Virginia.
Of the city of Washington.
mar 24?tf Of Baltimore, Maryland.
Dr. Stioklaad'i American Family Pill*
BKrtlOKS the cathartic an.l antWy?^ ptic <lu^iti?rt o
these 1'ill* their adaptation to purity the blood U
Which can be hud gratuitously oj
7th street, opposite Odd-fellows' Hall.
N B ?The above Piu.h come to me so highly recom
mended, from so responsible a source, that I do not hcsi
SS?tolbelieve that they will prove to be as good as the
?e?t ever introduced, and that it will not be long before
their jKipularity and sale will Ih> unparaUekd. (JHAY
Juiltf ii?eotf J __
PUM.lhllEIl DULY Bt |
18 circulated extensively anion# the Merchant* of that
city, and travellers find It in all the Hotels, Bteiuu
lioats, and Hall road conveyances diverging from I hila
ielnhia. It contains a correct list of the names of thos.
oersons arriving at the principal hotels daily, and conse
quently is the best means the Proprietors of Hotels tti
other citin can have for extending their business among
the travelling public.
. for the use of Merchants, Storekeepers, and others;
a full assortment of various sizes now In store, lhe above
('bests are warranted equal to uny other make for security
^nst^rT^Zrglari, having Withstood the test o? both
without injury or loss to the owners, in any instant*.
Alho?In store and for sale:
Seal and Utter Copying Presses and Itooks
Trucks, for moving Boxes, Hales, Ac., in Stores
Druggists' PreweK, with Cylinders and Pans
1'iu'kiug Levers, for Dry Uood Stores, Ac.
Portable Shower Baths, of new construction, suitable for
W K*Mger*tors, for keeping Meats, Butter, Milk, Ac., In
'" Water KilterM'or purifying muddy or bad Water,caused
by Ruins, Limestone, Marl, or ^"^^VANS,
61 8. Second, 1 door below Cheatnui^trcet,^
mar 24? _ ??
ANI> Till
OWTNG to the lata revolutions and oflunter-nwolutionR
among the nations of Europe, which have
each other in such quick succession, and of which thr
, ? . / vft ?> <jje leading periodicals of Great Britain
invito! with . degree of interest bttherte
unknown They occupy a middle ground between the
hu-tv disjoined', and necessarily imperfect records of the
newsuaoers, and the elaborate and ponderous treaties to
be furnished by the historian at a future day. W hoe%ei
drawn'from t&em by the leading spirits of the >M50- ?
wlrtcan nubltahPW therefore deem it proper to call re
?lewed attention to the works they publish, and t ie v^ry
low prices at which they are ollerikl to subscribers. The
following is their list, viz:
The London Quarterly iieview>
The KDiNiiunoH Kcvuw,
Tub North Rritish JIkvikw,
Blackwood's Kpinuukgh Magazine.
In these periodicalh are contained the view*, moderately
Liberal The "North British Review" owes lt? establish
rnent to the Inrt peat e?teshu<tlcal movement in ^ot ?n- .
and is not ultra In iU views on any one of the grana u<
1 uartmonts ot human knowledge.
llr rs. and now, since his death, is conuu. u >
1 hv hi* sondn-law, l)r. llanua, associate with Sir David
Brewster Its literary character is of the very hh^he*
order The " Westminster," though rrprtnfd under th..
title only, 1b published in England under the title of the
'?Fom1to Quarterly and Westminster." it being in fact c
union ol the tvo Reviews formerly published and re| rinUM.
nader separate Utles. It lias, therefore, the advautege, b>
this combination, of uniUug in oue ^orkthe best feature*
nf hnth as heretofore iwued. __ . .
The above Periodicals are reprinted in New York,iinme
| (iistoly on their arrival by the British Hteamere.inabeau
Uful clear tvw-, on fine white paper, and are faithful
! pi," ofth ? ,%n.ls-Bla,kw?KlV Magazine being an ex
| act fac timilt of the Ediuburgli edition.
For any one of the four Reviews, $3 00 per annum.
For any two, J? ? ^ ?
For any three, do 7 W ^
For all four of the Reviews, 8 K) (<
For Blackwoo-l's Magarine, ? HJ ?
For Blackwood and three Reviews, 9 00
For Blackwood and four Reviews, 10 00
^;tu?TanV? ?- T.
addressed, post paid or
79 Fulton street. New York.
n4 Entrance 54 Gold st.
mar 24?
I iF^REAT chance for Book A^-nts to
I \ X 41 000 a yearl Books of univernal utility. *
\v\X AND POPULAR WORKS?the mo*t splendidly
Ulurtratid voltes for families ever issu.^ on the Am.
? ^mtlmnU containing more than roua thoos*si> *?;
"rS iSfSSStoTSS ??>
?^tate and SuiH^rlntendent of Common School., N. V ., T
ium-Ii esq., M. I>., Secretary of the Regents of tin
I'ni.ersitv N* Y ' the legislative Committee on Colleges
Academies,' and J3ominon School.; Rev. Edward llitcl,
oock, LL. I)., i're(|leiit of Amherst College, and Professoi
oftieology, Massachusetts.* _ OK lKM
Amherst College, Dec. 25, 1H4H.
Mr Rot*rt &art?Pear Sir : I have looked over the en
I tire series of your valuable publications with much In
I terest snd profit; and am quite surprised at the ?m?"n !
of literary lat?r you have p?rCormcd. anil th<-research /
HI list have cost you to obtain so mauy fine illustratior.F
while vou have an active superintendence of an extenslvi
buslnnse. 1 am also gratified at the deddwily mora a?<
religious influence which vour hooks wUI exert.Iind
M ..t hone that they will do much to counteract th.
effects of that light and Immoral literature which delugef
u' ?'?~^Kd"W,75?k''
? The works alluded to as having Wn eiamin.-d an.:
- .. i ?i am hs follows: A new and popular Pietori!.
U^Tipt' n of the United States. Pictorial tllstery of th.
irn?H?n Revolution, Scenes and Sketches of Continents!
K nrooe^" >?s? r ij) 11 on of Great BrIUIn and Ireland, Pic'o.
r'i*l Family Annual, Tiwury of Knowledge, Information
for the People. The Family Instructor, Pictorial Suu.U)
llook Bible Biography. Bible History, and second sene
of The Wonders of the World. ... ,
Oentleinen of respectability and of good address want.'
to sell the al>ove popular Pictorial Works Full parti'-ii
mar 24?
irm. tiooDiticn a r.?'S MK|u;,vru,K A lvv\
AGKNt^v, N"-11" Mmki I ?' ? PhUe*v?w
,|'p PRATT A 00., Baltimore.
WM B. PIERCE A CO , Cincinnati. .
CH AS. BARI-OW A CO., St. Ixmis.
I WM. B. P1ERCK A CO.. Louisville.
?rw. well known and extensive establishment invite.
i Merchant*, Manufacturers and woH^fX
' ion of iU system, and gratuitous test of its records I
standing and M trjjta? i?
y\ 1 New Orleans; these, in connection with our long es
I Boston, New York, and Bs timore
enable us to offer fhrilMwan.ladvantage*which?"??
expi-rience alone oould acr.ntnulute, and which we b-luv
"'tt^areiTreparf il to make collectloi.p in any of th. j" ates.
Germany, and in any oommercl.Oport
tie", and have he<-n unusually fum^tul.
Having full lists and
In the lj uit.sl Stales, we are a all pnj w *
nisi, yon, gt l;il^ f?utes ??d (>na.las,
lawyers in any part,rf IM?-l^ p"n,n,i?i.,ner fc>r near
Oonnecb-d w.tli oil. A- n y fs ? i ^ ^ ihty
ly all the:^ r','' ril.K acvinnt., An., for immediate
siS# :?ddiw i "???? w-i ?? "jj-jf
?f a debt.
Gregory'? Caii/orui* Pacluigo ?xpi?M.
THE allDtiCi. I lii hH will Jc?l?Uh
SPECIAL Id ESt-L.^i* Kits, two or mora
, lime* per mouth. I>) e*u ..uiniiiM, via
(CHAQl;iiH ?uii i.i SaM.V, in elurit
' it |Hii<?l*.ji'Wuiry, tuiu^Muaaud w?Tl
1i . > which will in nil lmm? mute la ban Fr?i,
ciecu l>y Uu mail ? team < r?, and bedcilviixd in advance of
tut) mail.
*?<"u?ouui? to the public that w ? have entered
th /i'2k-,ln* i*1"1 Ii*v1b?i transportation hoMe on
In,in ' 7 ? *r* l,OU1"1 u? to U-uiaport our goods
' -n.i i ?luuu*. '? aUvunu: ?j aU ,.u?, ,syrutas.
? ii,,i K. arraugemeiiU with Lhe Li. h. Metieed
^ J2. ^ *>' u? ' ?"??? of our
Lr_, 'j ?um '**' guarantee their delivery in Ban
rranclsco within a Bpecim-d tlma.
1 *? -* *u^rl0lr. 1"?Htl?- ot the Him, for the
SSTuLMku lt" u"ulU"',t "Ivantag*. met
t-tL, 7f 1 ,, oll",r competitors, lu the transpor
tingm J* <UJJ parouU between the Pacific and At
Jantic tiUtee, are well knowu and already icenemllv ap
preciated by the public. The value of a mercantile U tter
delivered by u* three or four day. in advance of all other
i diiipetition, being properly eatiniatud.
He have also established agencies In GUAYAQUIL
CALLAO, and VALPARAISO, for which porta, and other
cities on the South Amurii an coast, we are prepared to
roonive LETTERSanJ PARCELS, which will U promptly
I'MpaU'hed to their destination by our agent in Panama.
lhe mall for South America in made up but once a
Managers and Agents,
. If# I'ear, cor. of Mall at., New York.
REIhK, BY PEKMIS8ION, to Messrs. Johnson A Low
ten, lij Wall at.; Spollord, Tiles ton 4 Co., 48 South ft.:
Nc-mith A Co., 'Al line at.; and Levi Apgar A Co., 76 Ley
mar :
WUvH\2^5 and 246 l'earl atreet, New
T ? i ork, Invite the attention of the City and Lialant
Jobbing trade to their large and varied atoek of goods
which they offer at the lowest ratea, either for cab or uu
proved credit.
Under their present arrangement* they can offer ereat
induceuienta on all their foreign Goods, and will uive
their customers the b*ijelit of the large discount* which
has VU Ka'ue^ the increased amount of their pur
They pledge themselvea to ?ell many ntyles of American
Qooda at manufceturtra'prioea.
Their atook will be kept full during the whole year, and
all orders will promptly auppUed. They j.articulurly
invite the Mexieau and Soutli American dealer* to exam
ine their aUxk of Jewelry, manufactured exprcaalv for
thone umrketa; alao their stock of Ivory Comba, adapUd
tor tfxporlaUos. 4
i ,Tb" *j?|lowlulf articlea constitute a part of their aUa-k.
Uneu I hreada?Varlt ua makers,plain and aatin tinialied,
black, drab, wbitu, brown, and colored, No*. 20x80
Pool Cotton?C'iark't, Alexander's, Smith's i.agle, und
Keffington'a, whiui, blai.k, and colored, Nos. 10x150.
io to aoo yarda
lnpea and ilohbins? Linen and cotton, aaaorted colors and
Cutlery Itazora, Kniiea, Shears, Hciasora, and Table
Knives and Forks, Wade A Butcher's, Wostenholm's.
Hodgern , flotl otlwr '-clebraUxi makorn
HruMiefl?ilttir, Cloth, Teotb, Paint, Varnbh, Bliavinir,
Hhoe, Cnuub, Scrubbing, Ac.. Ac., in Kreat
Tarioty ?
Musical Inatruments? Accordlona, Violins, Flutes, Fifes.
Clarionet?, ilarinoulcana, Ac.
liud ric1' ashortment, consisting of l>eautl
fully carved pearl, ivory, laine, aud wood sticks; also
plaiu ati> ks, with plain, fancy, aud silvered patter
Ivory Comba?Pine 8, SS, SS8, and NPU, 1 ^*4 Inches
< oinbs?1 sin and fan ry Tuck, Dressing, Pocket, and Side,
of shell, buffalo, aa<l horn
iluns?Sln(?b and Double, English and American, real
and imitation Twiiit; also a variety of hi flea
Pistols?English mid German. Pocket, Belt, and Holster;
Colt's and Allen and Thurber's ltevolvers; also, a
complete assortment of Sporting Apparatus
Perfumery?Lnbin's, Jlnngenet it Coudray's, Plver's, Pin
aud's, aud Ede's fine Extracts
Soaps?Low's While und lirown, Windsor urd Iloney;
Lubin a, Guerlnln a, i'luaud's, aud Mangenet A Cou
dray's assorted styles. At., Ac.
Aibo?Percussion Capi, Needles, Pins, Hooks and ?yes,
Steel Pous, Suapelulm, Buttons of all styles, Pocket
books, Port Mannates. Purses, Stationery, Bends,
Whale'stne. Litok:ng-glasses, Ac., At.
Ivory, Tortoise Shell, l'earl Shell, Horns, Tips, Jtc., for
Catalogue In the French, Spanish, German, and Enir
iish langnag..*, mar 24?
1 !'!'S. ^ -4 1 ' 'L'SE, i'C South Fourth Street.
0 I hilndo.'pliifa. (Wholesale only.)
jilMAN L. LlPMi.V, Importer of Fr"nch und Eng
fieli stationery, offer, to the trade, at Stationers' Ware
bouse, a eotnp'eto aiforlment of
of the best quality, st the lowest rates. mar 34
1 )KL\'K A DI.'IIBIN, Iron A m, (i Mer
l> cliHiits, Iiuporteis and dealers in American,
<w.tle, Nor vegian, Kelined, Cable, nnd common EugiUli
Iron; manufacturer: of Boiler Kivets and Spikes. Hoop
Ilaud, Scroll, Hue. Boiler, Sheet, Small Iron, Axle Irou,
Ho North Water ^troot, anvl 64 North iJel&waro avenue.,
mar 24?
O IlEPPArtD A VAN HABLINGEN, No. 274 Cheanut
O street, above Tenth, riiiltulelpUia, liaveluft received
per steamer spleudid Tal.'.e and Piano Covers, Dac.afk
table Cloths, Napkins, Moreenc.uul Worat--d Bamasks.
mar 24?
First Pr3mium Grand and 6quare Pianos.
KNABK A OvliHLE, Maonfucturcrs,
Nos. 4, 6, 8, 9, and 11 Eutaw street, i!al
timore. New tributes to the excellence
- "f Baltimore mad<- I?inno Fortea. The
Maryland institute, at their la*t exhibition, awarded (o
us the Fir?t Prem'uni for the liest Grand l'iano. snd also
r'rst Premium for the la st Square llano exhibited.
I. will lie recollected that in 1848. our Piano also received
the first Premium by the same Institute.
8-ich testimonials are not easily earned, and are not to
lightly regarded. We may therefore say that having
??tken the First Premium, wherever our Instruments met
rith competition, we offer them to the public with a con
fidence we might not otherwise avow, guaranteeing all
Instruments made by us to give satisfaction, or they may
he exchanged within six months from day of aale. The
.iinihility of our workmanship we further guarartee for
five years.
Having just completed large additions to our Manufac>
'jiry, we hojM> now to supply all who may honor us wiih
their patronage; aud we invite all who desire a superior
Instrument, carefully adapted t<?the climate?a very im
portant matter, and which we have made our careful
luidy?to call and examine our various styles, which we
are constantly finishing, and which will be sold at the
lowest market price for cash or approved paper.
In addition to the altov? public testimonials, our Planes
are r<M-ommcnded in terms of the highest praise by the
following eminent artists, whose certificates can be wen
*t our Ware rooms; Charles Bochsa, the great composer
*nd musical director to Mad. A. Wlshop; Mr. Geo. Knoop"
Miss Adele and Charles Ilohustock, and other distin'
{uished performers. To the many accomplished Profcsson.
?nd Amateurs, by whom our Pianos are constantly used,
whilst making our (hanKful Mfknonl<*thnnents to thenj^
we reft r fitr further testimonials.
Old Pianos taken in exchange.
Pianos hired anil tuned. p,ar 24
I>OWEN A McNAMEE. 112 and 111 Ilroadway, New
I > York, have now in store, and will receive by early
packets and steamers, a very extensive assortment of
trench, German, English. Italian, and India
?mltracing every variety of the newest and richest styles
II red in this market. Sample cards are now r?4dy
tor exhibition. Merchants from every section of the
?ountry, and particularly our old friends ami custom
ers, are assured that every attention has l?x n paid to
present a su.ck of gorals, unequalled, either in extent or
variety, by any similar establishment in the country
Many of our richest goods are manufactured from de
?gns or samples furnished bv us, and will he frit . 1
adapted to the lief t trade in the larger cities and towns.
The following embrace the leading articles of our stock:
r.xtra rich Chcnc and Brocade Silks.
Kich Paris Bareges, Muslins, and Organdie*.
Kich printed Silk Tissues, new article.
New style Knglish Poplins
ISarege de l.aines. Paris pattern*.
New style French Prints.
Knglish. Scotch, and American Printed Lawnn
Super Black Gro* de Ithines.
French and Knglish Ginghams.
Plain and embroidered Canton Crape Shawls.
Rich I'arn Blblstns, large assortment.
Millinery Silks. Crapes. Ac.
Dress Trimmings, newest style.
Bombasine*, Alpacas, end Muslin de Lalnes
I-accs and limbroidery.
Linens and White Goods of every description
Kill Gloves, best manufacture.
English and German Siik l.nd Cotton Iloaierr
I/ong and Square Cashmere Shawls.
Kir.h Siik Mantil'as. gieat variety
Pongee'and Splta]field llandkenhiefc.
Italian Cntvav and Scwtng Silks
? not ^
PliVri^!^<?iTW"? fl'k Cravats. Ray State
laid Lot.g ?'hawis.Lltien Cambric Ilnndkerchlefli, Green
? .SearfN Suspenders. Plain black and
hltrh oolonil Mousellne de Irftin-s. Turkey red Print*
v'^lmV *' ''0i' ',,U K"'hons, Serge a, Hatln
*?>: Tb"*e who visit this market for Bilk Good*, who
would consult their interest, and who desire to pee 2
<tock unsurpassed in every department at the very low
?rt market prices, are rospee-tally invited to call
mar '24?
I MP0KTEK8 of B.andles. \\lnes, and Segars.'jfo. 1 Rx
Lament ofT' 1,:l!,lmnr*' 0ffeT f"r "?'? ?" extensive
RlcA,NDlK8"-J llennwfy .T 1 t>ul..i _ .
?foHTi 1 Ml 1 an?1tiairlorv ot?ri
Pinvt. t'astillon A Ct.; Msrlell. .I. D,,^,,,, A "o !* A
u",V ' ,":'1>UV aml J' t'ratZ ' A' K
/rl),s ^! r,Ts)>^1\T,-1 n'"-k' various
t rades. Also, i ort, Sherry, M?ul?ira. Sicily, t,is|?>ri iti-r.
<1sfg\h^ ^ ^,nn"'1,, r
htm ?Havana and Prinritte Sem,r> ?r ,?i
'^lonTxnTlV^ fr"n' 'nsiitil'srnirers
llOI.I.AND UlN-OrtHw ami Gra\ Ms-e brands, of fne
r?ri: Tl'i "mlan Wrown Stout and Porter: Rordoan*
and M.trsdll >s Sweet OH, S*relio.-. Msccantet, Vermicelli,
, ' I'^ea, t apers Castile Soap, B.iy Itmo, boll Kritnstone,
I Canary Seed, Ac. mar 84?

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