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DELAWARE COLLEGE. I^UK DUTIES OP T1I18 INSTITUTION will bo ra Kuiuwl ou the 2#th of October. In the Scientific School, uow ooddwIhI with lha College, young hwd In advauoa of our academic* enjoy rare ffcciiitia* in preparing lor practical life. Iu the Mercantile Department a thorough buaineM edu cation way be had. In the Agricultural Department apucial attention la glveu to agricultural chciniatry. There i* alito a Teacher*' Department, and a Depart ment of Modern Language*. Newark Academy open* on the name day, (2Vth Octo ber.) Applicationa for aduiitotiou abould be made early. Turin bill $76. for circulars containing full Information, addremi Her. W. 8. F. OKA 11 AM, ?ep 0?2aw4inWAS] Preeldeut of the College. A. ZAPPONE, Ttachtr and Translator nf French, Sf>anith and Italian. (The Clamic* taught aleo, If required.) A FEW PUPILS may lie inntrucUsd on the Oultar. Cia*aee of gentlemen meet at hia room ou Pennsyl vania avenue, nortii vide, between 3d and HtreeU Pupil* will be accommodated at their residence* also. aep 15?tf CENTRAL ACADEMY, Second ttory, Old Medical College, corner of KI and Tenth Streets. riMIE duties of our Institution will be resumed on Mon 1 day, September 1st, ensuing. Circulars may be ob- I tallied at the bookstores of Austiu Gray, Taylor A Maury, ' and K. Faruham; or of ourselves, coruer of K and Tenth streets. JAMES NOURSE, au 14?d2m JOS. HARVEY NOURSE. "THE UNION ACADEMY," Corner of 14th street and New York Avenue. flUIIS ACADEMY will be opened on tbo 1st of Septem JL ber. Z. UiciiAKiif, A. M., Principal; Henry Chask, A. I)., Assistaut Professor; A. Zapponk, Professor ot French and other modern languages. Prof. dm.son 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 l'rlnci pal, oorner of 14th and I; or at 11. Faruham'* Bookstore. I au 11?tf _ ' CLASSICAL, MATHEMATICAL, AND COM MERCIAL INSTITUTE, Under the care of Rev. Alfred Ilolmead, Rector, and Mr. Charles Tucker, A. M. THE DUTIES of this Institution will bo resumed on the 18th of August, in the lower Saloon of Mr. Ca rust's building. In English, Mathematics, Greek, Latin, and French, the course will be full and thorough. Pupils fitted for the Counting-room or College. The expcricuce of fifteen years, in the management ol boys, induces the confident belief that the satisfaction ex pressed by their numerous former patrons, both in Mary land and Virginia, will bo shared by those who may be pleased to entrust the education of their sons to their care. For torms and further information apply to the Rector, the Rev. Alfred Ilolmead, at his residence on Otli, between E and F streets. m [ jy 140?dtf NEW FURNITURE AND OTHER HOUSEKEEP ING GOODS. NM. MoGREGOR having removed to the new ware . rooms two doors from his former stand, and im mediately opposite the Exchange Dank of Selden, With ers A Co., on 7th street, is now in receipt of a very large and fine assortment of Furniture and other housekeep ing Goods. He deems it unnecessary to enumerate arti cles, as he Intends always keeping a full assortment iu Ills line. Persons wishing to furnish houses entire or iu part will find his terms accommodating and pricts low ; and he hopes by fair and honorable dealing, and prompt attention to business, to merit and ruceive a full share ot public patronage. Also, two fine lots for sale, about 39,000 square feet, fronting on north L, between north Capitol and 1st street cast aep 13?8aB>M IjlOR LADIES. ?YERBY & MILLER take great pleasure in announcing to the ladies that they have opened and are daily receiving by Express a most elegant stock of DRESS OOODS, embracing all the new and de sirable styles imported for this season. They deem it useless to itemize, but earnestly solicit a call, feeling as sured that they can show and offer superior nice and cheap goods, as they have been selected with the utmost care. [sep 18?lm GIENTLENEN'S WEAniKGg?Wo have X in store the following articles, particularly adapted for gentlemen's wear, which are choice and elegant: 1!> pieces French Cloth, black and fancy, of first grades 20 do medium and cheap Cloth, black and fancy 10 do extra superior Sootch Cassimcre, entirely new styles 20 do fancy good styles medium 20 do black Doeskins and Cassimeres, all qualities, and of the most approved makes 150 patterns of the most choice Vesting* 26 embroidered Satin Vest Shapes, rich and beautiful Also, a very superior *tock of Alexander's Kid Cloves, with all kinds of silk, woollen, and cotton Gloves, hall IIo*e, Undershirts and Drawers, Suspenders, Cravats, Pocket Handkerchiefs, Ac. The whole of which will be gold at the Tcry lowest prices. VERBY A MILLER, sep 18?lm TO THE LADIES. YERBY & MILLER take great pleasure In announc ing to the Ladies that they have just returned from New York, and have now ready for their inspection the most elegant assortment of Fancy Goods to be found in the city. In our stock they will find? 100 piece* splendid Silks, embracing the newest and most fashionable styles of the season 10 piece* *plendid Watered Poplins, all colors 1 case new atyle French Mousselines, prettiest goods of the season 10 pieces Chene Poplins, very rich Splendid Cashmere*, newest and richest patterns Figured and Plain Mousselines de Lainc, from 12J/2 cents to $1 per yard A large stock French Merinoe* Do do English do Palmetto Cloths, iu all the best colors 10 piece* Black Grode Rhine, all width* Splendid Embroidered UneiieMnbric Handkerchief* 100 doaen plain and colored Bordered do. from OJ,^ up Worked Edgings and Insurtings Splendid Collars and Cuffs, Unilersleeres, Ac. Black Silk Lawns Black and White Plain and Ribbed English Silk Hose Do do Raw-silk do 400 dozen Cotton IIo*e, black, white, and mode co lor*, of the very best make 20 dozen best Black Silk Mits, long and short 60 dozen Alexander's best make Paris Kid Glove* Black, white, and colored Silk Glove* In short, our stock Is complete and elegant, and we are determined to sell at the lowest prices. We therefore respectfully Invite the Indies to call, whether they wish to purchase or not, as it will afford us pleasure to show them our stock. YERBY A MILLER. Remember the place, No. 0, Penna. av., bet. 7th and 8th street*. sep 18?lm BLACK AND MOURNING OOODS. WE ARK NOW OPENING a very choloe and select slock of Black good?, embracing all desirable arti cles for Indies in mourning. We name, in part? 30 pieces Black Alpaca, all grades 10 do choice Bumbasins, Lupin's make 6 do Black French Mcrinaes 6 do do Cashmeres 2 do do Cashmere de Ecosse 6 do do Muslin d<U^aine* 5 do Second-Mourning Silk* 4 do English Crape* 10 do Italian Crapes 1 carton Black Love Veil* 2 piece* Veil Crape, very nicc; with Black Silk, Kid, and Cotton Glovoa; and all kinds of Black Hosiery. YEltllY A MILLER, sep 18?lm No. fl, Pa. av., bet. 7th and 8th *t*. JAS. V. HARVEY, Undertaker, Seventh street, between G and 11 streets, WOULD respectfully return his thanks to his frilow-cltizens, and those of the sur ?arvre ? to iiib ivimm...?... . rounding country, fbr their |*st patronage, ami would In form them that he is fully prepared to fill all orders for Funerals at the shortest notice, lie would respectfully Kay that he has taken considerable pains to provide him self with all manner of conveniences for an Undertaker. Hi* mode of preserving bodies in the warmest weather has never failed to give the utmost satisfaction. He kepp* constantly on hand a large supply of rcady-tnarie COFFINS, of all sizes. June 2?MWA8?y [Marlboro' Gazette?ly] AMERICAN AND FOREIGN AGENCY, CITY OF WASHINGTON, Under the direction of Aaron Haiiiiit I'ai.mkr, of Sew ynrk, and Wort in no ton Garrkttson Snzthzn, of New , Orleans, AUnrneyi and Chuntelhtr* of the Sup. Court U.S. \ This establishment Is formed for the following otyects: 1. For practising law in the Supremo Court of the Unl- l ted States, and conducting professional business before j Congress. 2. For the prosecution and recovery of all claims, Inlaw or equity, against the United States before Congress or I the Executive Department*, or against foreign Govern- I ments before Boards of Commissioner*. 3. For the settlement of account* with the State, Trea- I *ury, War, Navy, Post Office, ami Interior Department*, j and obtaining the remission of fines, penalties, and for- | feltures for alleged violations of the revenue, post office, j or oth"T law*. 4. For securing letters patent for Inventions from the United States or from foreign Governments, and procu- j ring land warrant* and pen*lon* under the variou* pen sion law* of the United State*. 6. For collection* generally, embracing debt*, legacies, and inheritance* in the United States and foreign coun tries. fl. For the pureha** and *aie of lands In anv of the flutes or Territories of tho Union, and loaning moneys on mortgage of real estate lying therein. 7. For investment of fund* In United State* and State stocks and loans, collection nf the dividends thereon and generally, for the trHiisactlon of all business pertaining til a law, loan, and banking agency. All communications addre*s?d, post-paid, to Messrs. Palmer A Hnethen, American and Foreign Agency, Oitv of Washington, will receive prompt and faithful attention PALMER A 8NKT1IRN, June 30?ly* Offlo* No. 6Carroll l'laoe, Capitol Hill. *ATltOR * MAtBT. Book.tlUn ?nd ? Utloucrl, PuuuiItuiIi mouub, near Wtb street, have ouinlanUy on band a full assortment of BLANK BOOKS, SCHOOL BOOKS, PK?8, INK, and PAPER, of every variety, for tale at N?w York prtoes. an '2'1?tr E R &u M'iSCOFAL Prayer-booki. ' ~ Catholic Prayer-books. Methodist Hymn-books Unitarian Hyiuu-books. Pruabyteriaii Hymn-booka. BapUat Hymn-book*. i? evorr varietr For sale at the published price, by June 28?tf ,, 1WB * M*UBT, - ?. Bookaellerg, near 0th street. A L AMrohrper * ^ther*' Publloationa. Ail ?yj.0*APPleton'i Publications. i i.H x u U1UU " i'uWicatioiiB, ttUj *" published in For sole at the publisher*' price* by June 2S?tf Brw^k^'n'^ 4 MAURY, _______ **ookBe 11 era, near 9th st. uVrlim. June V-tf Book and StaUon^/Ltefn^r l^.t. i issue, 4c., Ac., at moderate prices, for Hale by gen 17 <r ^&AY, 7th street, ?~ -r opposite Odd-yellow' Hall. I^SssaK, Ss'aS! TZ^B^ Informing ,10 public, that he haji commenced th? aIuiva ii11uj i ga iffiSESSigSSSS DEAPEE AND TAILOE Ssr^-^rrsarsss; b3? ' audJing I i*"ClmS? *"d,cxtenHiTe ?"?ortment of French himself with C aaHl,n,-r?". ?"d V esting*, selected by SF"S~ar?'ss Of his Establishment fufflc^uarant'y to'Twho -Zi Sep 20?3taw3w mSS&! ?:: ?Mi=Sffis5?SjH=tS! and* Private D^?f^nd f Col!?KM' Academies, Schools, ? WHITE, Undertaker, Ftniuylvania Avenue, near Third street, tout/i tide opposite Gadsby's hotel, W^LD r<",P?ftf"l|y return his tbnnks to his fellow their nllt?"/Bnd tho^^, of th? "urroundlng country, for i f. past patronage, and would inform them that hp i? Kj&teC-JKTtSJSS roffln is^ T *" a.ula,J0Kauy cofflu, ami If the mahogany "^5l?a T?E smcni?" h,. oM?, siSrpE-HSSsS greets, and at my Coal Yard, 13* street, Marylanditrt Sep lfl-cteod i)OI,N PKTT1BONK. TO THE PUBLIC^ ~ JAPrI^A-vi5?NiNKtt' Proprietor of the CITY EX -tlllconutui.WrhtaKX?RJSj WaSSn"? n* town daily, at 2 o'clock fn U'e a^r^ Vw K ??!!?. 10 aU'* from lh- 0"?, and to any "rt of I the city, at moderate charges. He hones bv *trift ?? i? of,al|tartiJlbU*1"eM| R"<J th'' promI't and faithful delivery j "fan articles committed to his keeping, to merit a .'r?] ' share of the patronage of the public. rH' j Orders left with Mr. Lewis F. Perry, at Clagett * I),si I son ?, Jcnnsylvauia avenue, nesr 9th street will !?? ?< : tended to with promptness and fidelity. ' [ au 2?tl ! X UMBRELLAS AND PARA80Ls7 wo"U invite the ladies to cull and examine i St',,Ck of (,rwn- nnd Itlaok I U?rJer?l ?'"? Uned Silk and Satin Turr ^^ prlT1 assortment in the Strict, a, ! ^a^e^?:,^?ELLAS'1111 ?'ti?e latest SS^tT'Tftricty of S,,ks "d ex^:P,liring ana COVOr,DK P??MJ 1 _may ??flm p,.?n avrnuc, near 4 '4 strait. BETTER THAN GOLD! ?r- T ? ? ^ Portsmouth, July 9, 1S61. j Mr. J. L. Bousn-Dear Sir: 1 feel it a duty to make | known the benefit I have derived from Dr. Ifamp.onV ! VW'hTABLK TUTTURK. For a number of years I ! suffered from disewe, but to a greater degree for the last I three years. One of the forms of my disease was dyspe s 1"n>ln thi" <?r? ?dful malady I suffered to such sn ex- ! tent that life was really a burden. The attack of it on i me was different to that on any other person of whom I have heard; at times it was like the palpitation of the heart; there was a constant thumping and beating with out intermission about the region of my heart, chest, and stomar!,; ?oU,e of the attacks would last for week* ; Iuv stomach was much distended, with constant pain, great weakness, and constipation of the bowels. I could not cat the most simple food without pain. I also suffered greatly from disease of the kidneys, with constant pain in the back, that I could walk only with great difficulty. lr l)^,\LTrly , r J most celebrated patent medicines of the day, but found no relief. I had also the best medi cal attendance. One of my physicians franklv told me it I was of no use for me to be paying him for advice, as he i could do me no good. I gave up almost In despair, and thought my disease certainly insurable. f At this juncture 1 heard of Hampton's Vegetable Tine- I ture. I refused to give it a trial, although persuaded by my friends, until my son purchased a few bottles, and i requested me to try It; after taking it a few times, It hiul f. . n?ppy effect on me; my confidence Increawd, and 1 after Uking three botUes, my dyspepsia, or disease of the stomach, was nearly If not entirely cured. X now foel myself a new man, and in better health than for years .J"." vf V.1UPP ln mv '"'lw WR" by this Ilamp- | ??n s Vegetable Tincture alone. Since my cure I have recommended tho tincture to a number of tny friends I who have also been relieved by it. Some of the cures I have been as rapid and equally wonderful ss mine I I present my respects to Messrs. Mortimer A Mowbray, | tlie proprietors of this valuable medicine, and say to them ! its value is ubove price; and from my cure, and what 1 have seen of its effects on others, I shall ever feel It mv I duty to reeommend it to the suffering I have no doubt ! m *" Vi". ? ?.i wl" ^ prolonged l>v Its use. I hope the afflicted will cast aside their prejudices and give it a trial. Yours most respectfully, (Signed) ' JoH!? Lc?. " si ?,(racto,! from a 1-Hor from a gentleman jlxty years of age, and of high character. He sayn ; " I e'mIte'tX?heUt \ u y M"TerinK* ! I f-el !<i"d fi'w!l?v!r l.f r T hRV" received, In the last kiinln iH T WO of our mort *?rthy and well ?,v'nK two remarkable cures of spinal n^r?Tr'tl' hV0 Uy ?/ the '"erchants re ?Ir. ^ H WB." 0,!ml ?f "euralgia of the head, of Jfferts rill"*'th,t hi" twth f''" ??t from lb. ? W ? r """ ,',tU,r',? Wb" th,,rr "T, r oo munv A^rie^U of .h rUr-. hy *njr oth,r medicine. All We ask of the afflicted is that they try Hampton's co?. f?r ll '"T'' tiho K",*t Purifier of the hl.ssl and sernfMlI f j? <lj?eases, as dyspepsia, rheumatism, scrofula, and all complaints of the stomach, bowels, Ac. MORTIMKR A MOWBRAY, ii^c , . _ General Agents, Hal tf more st. Also for sale by C. Stott A Co., Washington, D. C. Joseph Moffett, 7 th St., near K. ? , "? "? T. Clssell, Georgetown. jy 0 0 tmry, Alexandria^Va. *ARYLAND LAHD AGENCY. I I \ ?pened an office in Washington *11 lim J tn'r u. giTe hi" prompt attention to ^ ? , ,"r hir" 7lth tho "gency to sell farms f n i 1- M*rylan(,'or th? district of Columbia. Having ^ f*rml"K heretofore, and U-ing a northerner by birth, he can appreciate the wanU of such as come fron. the North for the purpose of locating farms in this vicin ty;? n.e M tho nfen,y to soil a goodly numlier of farms in Virginia, and those coming from the North would do well to call, before purchasing, at his residence on Penn sylvania avenue, first square west of the Capitol Oate may 29?y *2m VfRTIIODIRT CHURCH PROPERTY 1YJL CASK?a verbatim report. For sale by ^ A. ORAY, 30~ 7th st, opp. Odd-Fellows' Hall. POSTSCRIPT! [Despatched to th* American Telegraph.] N*w Yoek, September 27?1 p. m. The Paciiio sailed with eighty passengers and five hundred and sixty thousaud dollars in specie. ? Philadelphia, Sept. 27?2 p. m. The remains of Stephen Uirard will be re moved to Girard College by the eity authorities on Tuesday next, the Court having refused to grant an injunction to prevent their removal. Baltimobh, Sept. 27?2 p. m. Sales of two hundred barrels Howard street j flour at Grain unchanged. From Santa Fe. St. Louis, September 26.?Intelligence from Independence, Mo., to the 25tli, states that ac counts from Santa Fe had been received to the 2d instant. Reynolds has a large majority inj Santa Fe for Congress, but it was supposed that j Weightman would defeat him. Col. Summers, with his command, had left for Navajo county. The Apaches, leagued with the Navajos, had carried off a large portion of the stock belong ing to the Boundary Commissioner. Bartlett was to leave the Copper Mines for Gila about the 1st of September. Grass and water were plenty between Santa Fe and Independence. Sailing of the Georgia. Nkw York, Sept. 26.?This steamer sailed to-day for Havana and New Orleans, with one hundred and fifty-three passenger. Railroad Conspirators. Detroit, Sept. 26.?The jury in the arson case came in last night, and rendered a verdict | of guilty against twelve of the prisoners. The others were acquitted. Revolution in Northern Mexico. New Orleans, September 25.?We learn by letters from Laredo, Texas, that the contem plated revolution has broken out in the northern provinces of Mexico. There are 2,000 men j under General Gucrera. They had seized the money intended for the Mexican troops, and were waiting for Ganales and Carabaja to join them. Episcopal Convention in New York. New York, September 26?9 p. m.?Tho Protestant Episcopal Convention elected ltev. Dr. Creighton Bishop on the 8th ballot. Of | the clerical votes, 91 were necessary to a choice, and Creighton received 105. Of the lay votes, 85 were necessary, and Creighton received 87 ; Wainwright, 77 ; scattering, 2. Creighton was then declared unanimously chosen. COAL AND LUMBER. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED a cargo of Philadelphia I Red and White Ash COAL, of good quality. We have u I no on hand a good assortment of LUMBER and | SHINGLES, which will be sold low to punctual dealers. A. ADDISON A (10., sep 18?eo'2w Near Navy Yard Undue. NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS Eight per cent, deduction. -VTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN, that the Tax for the XN present year became due on thelBt of July, and that I u deduction of 8 per cent, will be allowed, upon payments of said tax made during the present month. pep 18?eotd R. J. RQC1IE, Collector. FOR AUTUMN AND WINTER WEAR! UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS ! rpHE LARGEST, BB8T, AND MOST VARIED STOCK X of Foreign and Domestic Undershirts and Drawers ] just received, consisting of? Heavy aud extra heavy Silk Shirts and Drawers Do do Merino do do Do do Scotch wool do do Very fine Cashmere do do Do Shaker do do Also, a full supply of the "Trevoit" Drawers, with Patent Waistbands. AH of the aliove are varied in sizes, and some of them the best goods ever brought to thif market. Families aud gentlemen who are purchasini: I their supply for Fall aud Winter, are requested to call ut STEVENS'S, at the Athemcum, opposite AdelphiTheatre. | sep 10?tjteod CARD MUSIC ALE. rl^HE UNDERSIGNED, who, for more than four years, X met with tho greatest xuccMS as instructor of Music i in the city of Washington, has, duriug his stay in Ger many, spent three month* at the Conservatoire of Music at I>eipzig, under the Professors Moscheles, David, Drey- | scholk, and others, improved himself, and particularly in regard to the Piano, Solo Singing, Ac., being now in the city, takes a pleasure in offering again his services to hi* former patrons and other citizens of Washington, and hopes that the Washiogtoniaus will not find It to their disadvantage to give him at least the same encourage ment and confidence (as a thorough and faithful teacher) he has heretofore enjoyed. C. W. SCHUEKMANN, Professoj of Music. Office over Eckanlt's Confectionery Store, Penna. ave nue. between 12th and lath sts. [sep 11?eodlm A CARD TO THE PUBLIC^ A PIANO FORTF. ASSOCIATION has licen formed, iV which guaranties to each subscriln-r a superior new seven-octave Piano, worth four hundred dollars, upon tin payment of three hundred dollars in monthly instalments of from five to ten dollars. Persons desirous of becoming subscribers will please call at the Stationery store o! William F. Hayly, on Pennsylvania avenue, U-tweeu 11th and lith street*, where they can obtain a copy of the "articles of agreement," and all necessary information relating thereto. K. N. STKATTON, ? J. li. WOODRUFF, sep 9?ootf Managers. INSTRUCTION IN MU8IC. riMlF. UNDERSIGNED wishes to acquaint his Mends I X *nd the public that he will continue the duUes of his profession in giving instruction on tho Piano and in Vo cal Music; also lessons given on the Organ andScraphine, with the .Science of Harmony, at his residence, or at the private dwellings of his pupils. The arrangements are such that pupils commencing or already advanced in their musical studies can, at their option, receivo such lemons as may best promise their improvement. It is, also, of serious interest to those who wish to be well instructed in music, that they should be gin and follow the first courses of lessons in as regular order as possible, as all future success will depend upon It. Ills recommendations for success in teaching for the last ten years In Washington and vicinity arc of the highest character, and he feels confident that he is able to impart instruction in an easy, brief, and profitable manner. He solicits an early call from those interested, so that they may secure convenient hours for their lesson*. All ne cessary information will lie given to persons by calling at his residence, (14th street, between F aud O streets,) or by leaving their names nt the mu?lc stores of Mr. Davis, Mrs. Anderson, ami at the Musical Depot of Mr. Oeorgo Hllbus, where order* left will l>e punctually at tended to. J. E. HCIIKKL, Organist of Trinity Church (P. E.,J and au 21?no6m Teacher of Music, Washington. The Cheapest Newspaper In the United States! THE AMERICAN TELEGRAPH, TIll-WRKKIiV, For the Country, at Three Dollars per Year. PUBLISHED IN WASHINGTON CITT BY CONNOLLY, WIMER A McOILL. Containing all the Reading Matter and new Adver tisement* of the Daily Telegraph. This paper is now firmly established. It is independent. It comments with freedom upon j every topic, asks and expects no favors, tells the truth without fear, favor, or affection, and has been pronounced " a terror to evil-doers." It has been thought by many that a newspaper could not exist in Washington independent of the publio patronage. Tho Tklrobaph will probably solve this problem?or at least it will possess no such patronage not voluntarily given, 1 or obtained by virtue of a right to demand it. i No letters received upon which the postage is not prepaid. IMPORTANT INDUCEMENTS! Any postmaster or other person obtaining for us the amount of $0 or upwards is authorized to retain one-fifth thereof as remuneration for his services. Fractions of a dollar may bo paid in post-office stamps. Address CONNOLLY, WIMER A McOILL, Washington City, D. C. VctT Exchange papers copying the above will be credited a year's subscription. REMOVAL. JOHN D. (J LA UK hu reiuo??l his UAttifflATl'i, No tah* Puuuo, aud Gkhksal Aumitui Orrics, to Twelfth | * trout, third door aouih of Ptuuuyiviuiia treuue. Sol diers' Claim* for Laud, Hack Pay, Extra Pay, Pensions, [ Claim* liolore Congnw and the Departments, promptly attended to at moderate charges. Persons at a distance rnav explain their claim*, (poet paid,) and suitable forma will be sent back with iuBtractioua. sep 1W?6ut JOSEPH WIM8ATT, USALSS IN GROCERIES, WINES, TEAS, & LIQUORS, t*"". <>/ i'tunsuUmnia Avenue and Thirteenth strut, may 26 Wahhimitom Cm, D. 0. d * y Old Wiuea, Liquors, Sahara, Frosh Foreign Fruits, Comestibles, etc., FOB BALK BY JAMES T. LLOYD, rrnntyhmnia avenue, 3 doors out of J*\/UciUh streei. ___ may 17?ly C. H. VAN PATTEST, M. D., Surgton Ucntlut, Office, near ltrown's Hotel, I "rnnrylvania avenue, Charge* New York and Philadelphia prices, and guaran ties bis work to be euual to any done in those cities, ap 6?tf J NO. B.KIBBEY& CO., Dealers tn FINE GROCERIES, WINES, AND LIQUORS. No. 0, opposite Centre Market, ap 10 WAHiiiNOTON Citt. 1). C. d A y JOHN L SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND MAGISTRATE, Office Eighth street, opposite Market. BUSINESS of all kinds requiring the attention of an Attorney, Magistrate, or Agent, will be promptly i attended to. Claims brought before Congress and the , Departments will rocelve prompt attention by being placed in his hands. Pee moderate. June U?y JAMES W. SHEAHAN, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, ERACTIKES in the Courts of the District, tind pro *e cuteK claims of every description before the sevetal cutlve Departments and before Congress. Jfif Offloe and residence 21st street, two doors nor Ji of II. ap 11?tf OEOROE E. KIRK, House and Sign Painter, and Olazier, South side Ijouisiana avenue, between 6tli and 7th streoSs, (Dwelling South F street,* between 7th and 8tli streets, Island.) is prepared to execute to order all descriptions of work in his line. apl5?0m jT McNEALE LATHAM, Attorney at Law, Will practise in the several courts of the District oi * Columbia. Office on' 4^6 street, near First Presbyterian Church, jy 16?tf PRINTERS' JOINER. T1T1I. INGMAN, Cabinet-maker, Carpenter, and Prin f V tern' Furniture-make-, can be found by inquiring at NOELL A BOYD'S Venetian Blind Manufactory, Pcnit sylvania avenue, between 9th and 10th streets, south side. ? jy 31?6m JAMES F. TUCKER, Officer, Collector, and General Agent. BUSINESS entrusted to him will be attended to in n proper mauuur, and may be left with auy of the Magistrates. Residence C street, between and lith streets, Washington, D. C. jy 29?tf DR. J. M. AUSTIN, (Late of Warrenton, Va.) OFFICE and Residence?F street, north side, one door above 10th. mar 27?ThAStf E. W. CR0PLEY, Gunsmith, Locksmith and Bell-Hanger, Pennsylvania avenue, between 2d and lid streets. CANES dressed and mounted; Machinery and Lamps repaired; Turning dono in Ivory and Metals. June 4?eo SAMUEL WI8E, CARPENTKR AND 1JUILDER, (Late of the firm of Walker Sf Wise,) HAS opened a shop on E street, opposite Temperance Hall, between 9th and 10th streets. Residence on I street, north side, between 6th and 7th streets. mar 24?tf s TILL ANOTHER of our most talented and highly respectable citizens speaks for Hampton's VEGETABLE TINCTURE: Baltimore, July 18,1851. Messrs. 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 proscribed by somo of our best physicians, without afford ing her any apparent relief, I fortunately was advised by a friend to try a bottle of '? Dr. Hampton's Vegetable Tincture," which relieved her of her pain in less than twenty-four hours. I am pleased to say that since she took it she has been free from pain, anil she is gradually gaining strength, which I attribute entirely to the restor ative properties of this medicine. I believe if it were more extensively used, it would do more good in the re moval of such diseases incident to the human family than what is usually prescribed. Very respectfully, your obedient servant, Robert Kcrr, Principal Western F. II. School. Call and get pamphlet and sec certificates of wouderful cures. For sale by MORTIMER A MOWBRAY, 240 Baltimore street, General Agents. Also by C. Stott A Co., Washington, D. C. Joseph MolTett, 7th st. near E. R. 8. T. Cissell, Georgetown, jy lfl?3mif C. C. Borry, Alexandria, Va. PIANOS! PIANOS! NEW AND 8EC0ND-IIAXD PIANOS always on hand, for sale and to rent on moderate terms, at the I'iano Store, on 12th street, above F street. New MUSIC STOOLS for sale. jy 1?d3m? F. C. REICHENBACII. A NEW IMPROVEMENT For Fitting up Stores with Fancy Fronts. I?> E. GElGhlt, Huilder and Architect, would respect . fully inform his friends and the public, in general, that ho is prepared to fit up Stores and build Fancy Fronts on an eutire now plan, embracing all the latest improve ments. The work can be 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 notli'eandon tho most reasonable terms. All business entrusted to bis care will be promptly attended to. l'lace of business on D street, between 9th and 10th. may 1?<lm THE CHRISTIAN STATESMAN. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. Devoted to African Colonization and Civilization, to Literature and General Intelligence. rriHB undersigned propose to publish, in the City of 1 Washington, a weekly newspaper, lx-aring the slsive title, and dedicated to a sound morality In Politics, to the Union of the States, to the cause of African Colonization and Civilization, and to all topics of a high and general interest to their conntry and mankind. They will en deavor to impress upon the People and Government of the United States anil of the several States the Importance of colonizing in Africa, with their own consent, the free people of color of this country, ami 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 and Population of Af rica; the slate of the Slave Trade, and the measures best adapted for its suppression : and will enforce the duty of union among :ill Christian denominations in efforts to dif- I fuse the knowledge of our Arts, Liberty, and Christianity, | among the Imrbsrous jieoplo of that Continent. They will nim to render the journal an Instructive and useful Family Newspaiier, and to seeuin for its column*. | as the public favor shall enable them, contributions, lite- 1 ran* and scientific, of decided merit. The Christian STvrrsMA!* will lie of the size of llie ( tfome Journal or JVatumal Era. and exceed in sire the Intelligencer or the Cnian of this city; and. with but few 1 advertisements, will tie nearly tilled with matter designed to lie of interest to its renders. It will be printed with new type, on fine white paper, and. in mechanical execution, lie equal to the beet news papers in the country. Terms.?The Christian Statesman will be two dollars a year, payable In advance. Postmasters or others, wfoo may bo pleased to act as voluntary agents, will be responsible to those who may pay over to them subscriptions; and to the order of such agents, or to any who may make remittances for the Christian Statesman, it will be supplied on the following ; terms: Single copy for one year ? ? ? $2 00 Single copy for six months ... 1 00 Three copies for one year ... 6 00 Six copies for one year ? ? - 10 00 Twenty copies for one year ... 30 00 Twenty copies for six months - - 15 00 j The tlrst number of thi' paper may be expected to ap I i.ear early in August, and it is desired that those who are i lisposad to further its great olgects, by their patronage, -liould indicate their wishes heforfl that time. Orders ami communications, addressed (post paid) to Ourley A Oood loe, will receive Immediate attention. It. R.OURLEY, D. R. OOODLOE. CotofisATtox Rooms, Washington, June 11, 1801. | At a meeting of the Hxecu tlv? Committee of the Ameri 1 sn Colonization Society, held on the 1Mb instant, the ' Secretary laid before tfie Committee the Prospectus of a I newspaper, to be called the Christian Statesman, anil to I 1*. devoted "to sound morality in Politics,to the Union ol | the States, to the cause of African Colonization and CivHi ; /,?tlon, and to nil topics of a high and general interest to their country"?to be published In this city, by the Rev. K. R. Our ley and D. R. Goodloe; after the reading ot which, It was lleflretl, That we cordially and earnestly recommend the Christian Statesman to the patronage of the friends ot African Colonisation throughout the United States. June lft? W. McLAIN, Sec. Am. Col. Boo. J. A- KI&DATRICK, /iND FRKK.mTONK CUTTBR, JfrfrMi, '?X?n ISM and Hi fx, Wiu/unglon CUy, D. C. >Le8, Tombs, IInmI and Hoot Stones, Ac., constantly ou hu>4, of the l??t .jmUitjr i*a workmanship. All kind* ol bu.ne, tor Build iug, Ac. All kind* of work la his line faithfully aIKUM at the shortest notice. ap 16? tr (Haaral Banking and Exchang* Business COPAKTN EftSII IP. 11ITK undersigned respectfully announce to the public that they Bare entered into copartnership for the trauiuw-tion of a general Exchange and Banking busijn ?s in the city of Washington, under the firm ol? 8KLDEN, WITUKKS 4 00. All business entrusted to them will be attended to with promptness aud fidelity. WILLIAM 8KLDKN, Late Treasurer of the United States JOUN WITH BUB, Of Alexandria, Virginia. K. W. LATHAM, Of the city of Washington. L. J'. BAYNK, mar 24?tf Of Baltimore, Maryland. Dr. Stickland's American Family Pills. ])KHII>BH the cathartic and anti-dyspeptic nuulitlcg of > these I'illn, their adaptation to purify the blood?to cure the Liver Complaint, Urinal and Alidoruiuul Discuses, and especially that class of maladies known as female Complaint*; to relieve the system of Worms, and pimple* ou the skiu?may be Been, an net forth in a pamphlet, which can be had gratuitouHly of the wholi-mili' agent. A. OKAY, Bookseller, 7th street, opposite Oild-Kellowg' Hull. N. B.?The above I'lU.M come to me ko highly recom mended, from so responsible a source, that 1 do not hesi tate to believe that they will prove to be as j;ood us the lit:st ever introduced, and that It will not bo long before their popularity and sale will be ttnparaUekd. June tt?eotf A. QUAY. t THK DAILY REG18TEH, PUBLISHED DAll.Y BY MOHAN A SICK El/8, PHILADELPHIA, IS circulated extensively among the Merchants of that city, and travellers find it in all the Hotel*, Steam boats, and Kaiiroad conveyances diverging from Phila delphia. It contains a correct list of the names of thorn persons arriving at the principal hotels daily, and conse quently Is the best means the Proprietors of Iloti || in ot/ier cities can have for extending their business among I the travelling public. O EVANS' FIRE AND THIEF PROOF SAFE8, . for the use of Murchuntfi, Storekeepers, and others; a full assortment of various sizes now in store. The above Chests are warranted equal to any other make for security against Fire or Burglars, having withstood the test of both without injury or loss to the owners, in any instance. Also?In store and for sale: Seal and Letter Copying Presses and Rooks Trucks, lor moving Boxes. Hales, Ac., in Stores Druggists' Presses, with Cylinders and Pans Packing Levers, for Dry Good Stores, 4c. Portable Shower Baths, of new construction, suitable for warm or cold water Refrigerators, for keeping Meats, Butter, Milk, Ac., in dining room, hall, or cellar Water Filters, for purifying muddy or had Water,caused by Ruins, Limestone, Marl, or other causes. OLIVER EVANS, 61 8. Second, 1 door below Chestnut street, mar 24? Philadelphia. BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE, AND THK BRITISH QUARTERLY REVIEWS. OWING to the laUi revolutions and counter-revolutions among the nations of Euro|>?, which have followed each other in such quick succession, and of which " thu end is not yrt," the leading periodicals of Great Brittle have become invested with a degree of interest hitherto unknown. They occupy a middle ground between the hasty, disjointed, and necessarily imperfect records of the newspapers, and the elaborate and ponderous treaties to be furnished by the historian at a future day. Whoever rends these periodicals obtains a correct and connected ac count of all the important political events of the Old World, as they occur, ami 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 r.t which they are offered to subscribers. The following is their list, viz: The London Quarter! r Review, The Edinburgh Review, The Nobth British Review, The Westminster Review, and Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazisx. In these periodicals are contained the views, moderately though clearly and firmly exfiressed, of the three greatest parties in England?Tory, Whig, and Radical; " Black wood" and the " London Quarterly" are Tory, the " Edin burgh Review" Whig, and the " Westminster Review"' Liberal. The " North British Review" owes its establish ment to the last great ecclesiastical movement in Scotland, and is not ultra In Its views on any one of the grand de partments of human knowledge, i t was originally edited by Dr. Chalmers, and now, since liis death, is conducted by his son-in-law. Dr. llanna, associated with Sir David Brewster. Its litem 17 character Is of the very highest order. The ??"Westminster," though reprinted under thai title only, is published ip England under the title of the " Foreign Quarterly and Westminster," it being in fact u union of the two Iteviews formerly published and reprinted under separate titles. It has, therefore, the advantage, by this combination, of uniting in one work the best feature* of both, as heretofore issued. The above Periodicals are reprinted in New York, Imme diately on their arrival by the 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 ux act fac simile of the Edinburgh edition. terms: For any one of tho four Reviews, $3 00 per annum. For any two, do fi 00 " For any three, do 7 00 " For all four of the Reviews, 8 00 " For Blackwood's Magazine, 3 00 " For Blackwood and throe Reviews. 9 00 " For Blackwood and four Reviews, 10 00 '? l'nyments to lie tnaiir in all ca/rs i>i advance. *3rRemittances and communications should be always addressed, post paid or franked, to the Publishers, LEONARD SCOTT A CO., 79 Fulton street, New York, mar 21? Entrance M Gold Ft. (1 RE AT chance for Book Agents to i.lear from |?'>00 to I $1,000 a year! Books of universal utility. SEARS' NEW AND POPULAR WORKS?tho most splendidly illustrated rolumos for families ever issued on the Ame rican continent, containing more than four thousand f..n oravinos, designed and executed by the most eminent artists of England and America. The entire scries have been carefully examined, and strongly recommended to Superintendents, Trustees, anJ Teachers of Schools, by the follow ing distinguished gentle- | men: III* Excellency Hamilton Fish. Ex-Governor of Ihe State of New York ; Christopher Morgan, Secretary > ' State, and Superintendent of Common Schools, N. V.; T. j Itomcyn Bock, esq., M. D.. Secretary of the Regent* of the I University, N. V.; the Legislative Committee on Colleges, I Act demies, and Common Schools: Key. Edward Hitch cock, LL. D., President of Amherst College, and Profemmr j ofOeology, Massachusetts.* Amherst College, Dec. 25, 1848. Mr. Jl<J*rt Sean?Dear Sir: 1 have looked over the en- j tire series of your valuable publications with much In- j terest and profit; and am quite surprised at the amount ! of literary labor you have permit mod, and the research it | must have cost you to obtain so many fine Illustration t, I while you have an active superintendence of an extensive I business. I am also gratified at the decidedly mora! anJ religious influence which your books will exert, anil can not but hope that they will do much to counteract the effects of that light and immoral literature which deludes the land, and, like the frojs of Egypt, comes up even to the kneading troughs of our kitchen?. May job live long to follow your plans. Respectfully and sincerely, your obliged servant,, EDWARD HITCHCOCK. ? The works alludi-d to ss havinjr l?een examined and recommended, sre as follows: A new and popular Itctoria' Description of tho United States, llctorlal History of the Amcriuan Revolution. Scenes and Sketches of (Vmtinental Europe, Description of MriUifn sn>1 Ireland, Picto rial Family Annual, Treasury of Knowledge, Information for the People. Tho Family Instructor, Pictorial Sunday Hook, Bible Biography, Bible History, and second serie> of The Wonders of the World. Gentlemen of respectability and of good address want s! to sell the above popular Pictorial Work*. Full partlcn lars of tho principles and profits of the Agency will (? given on application either personally or by letter. Tin ! postage must in all case* lie |>aid. Please address ROBERT SEARS. Publisher, mar 24? 128 Nassau street, N.V. \\TM. GOODRICH A COS MERCANTILE A UK T Y AGENCY, No. 116 Market *t., Philadelphia. amociati orricts. , I TAPPAN A DOUGLASS, New Y'ork. E. RUSSRLI. A CO., (late Geo. W Gordon,) Boston. | J. D. PRATT A CO., Baltimore WM. B. PIERCE A CO., Cincinnati. CIIA8. BARLOW A CO., Ft. Is.uis. WM. B. PIERCE A CO., Louisville. This well known and extensive establishment Invite* Merchants, Manufacturers, and Bankers, to an investiga tion of its system, and gratuitous tost of its records of the standing and responsibility ci traders In the U. States. Our increased patronage lias enabled us, during the past year, to open oflioes in Cincinnati, l/outsvillc, St. l<ouis, and New Orleans; these, in connection with our long es tablished offices in Boston, New York, and Baltimore, enable us to offer fnrilltles and advantages which time and experience alone could accumulate, and which we believe ' are utioqualled. We are prepared to make collections In any of the States, j Territories, Canada. England, Ireland, Scotland, Kran -e, Germany, and in any commercial port of the world, and will pay particular attention to old and doubtful debts. i? 1 the collection of which class we have extraordinary facili- I ties, and have been unusually successful. Having full lists and reports of nearly all the Attorney* ' in the United States, we are at all times prepared to fur- i nish you, gratuitously, the names of good anil responsible i lawyer* in any part of the United States and Oanadas. Connected with our Agency is a Commissioner for near- | ly all the States, who Is enabled to afford every facility and legal form for preparing accounts, Ac., for Immediate use, thereby avoiding a delay often fatal to tho collection of a debt. 24 Gregory's California Package Express. TUfc! M-iW't. iitlHS vUl despatch SPECIAL lit.-. u.NOfcKS.twoor mora times per luouiu, by Steamship*, via CHAUKKS and J'AiVAMA, in eharge ot j tuvuii>. jewelry, valuables and mail able malttr, which will lu all case.- arrive in San Mran rlaoo by tin- audi steamers, and beunliverud m advance ot the mail. W. Itng to iBDuiuuM to the public that we hare enters intooouuexloo with the tioavioiit irunttportHtion houikJ on the Isthmus, w bo are bound to u* u> transport our gooda from Chagrcs to I'anama, in advance ij all <4Jur eaprrssct, and bavin* wade arrangement* with tbo U. ?. Mail and all other steamers on ibe Pacific, tor the carriage of our good*, we are prepaied to guarantee their delivery In ban Francisco withiu a npecitied time. In adiiition to the superior qualities of the line, tor the transaction of Merchandise, its manliest advantages over the U. S. Mail and all other competitors, in the trani>|>or* ukiion of letter** and parcels between tbe Pacific and At .autic Hiatal) are well known and already generally ap preciated by tbe public. Tbe value of a mercantile letter, delivered by u? three or four days in advance of all other competition, being properly estimated. We have also established agencies In GUAYAQUIL, CALLAO, and VALPARAISO, tor which ports, and other cities 011 the South American coast, we are prepared to receive LKTTKMSand PARCELS, wbicb will lie promptly despatched to their destination by our agent in i'anama. The mall for South America is made up but once a month. THOMPSON <fc HITCHCOCK, Managers and Agents, 149 Pear, oor. of Wall St., New YoA. RKKKlt, 11Y PKRM1&SI0N, to Messrs. Johnson A Low ilen, 115' Wall st.; Spofford, Tiles ton A Co., 48 South St.; Nesmlth Si Co., 60 Pine st.; and Levi Apgar A Co., 76 Dcy street. mar 24? FANCY GOODS, FOKEIUN AND DOMESTIC. \*r.M. 11. CAltY A CO., 243 and 246 Pearl street, New fV York, invite the attention of the City aud Distant Jobbing trade to their large and varied stock of good? which they offer at tLe lowest rates, either for cash or ap proved credit. Under their present, arrangements they can offer great inducements on all their Foreign floods, and will give tliulr customers tbe benefit of the large discounts which they have gained by the increased ainouut ol their pur chases. V4-' i?pt full during the whole year ami I incn Tl1'r"njnK oon,lUtut<' ? Part of their stock. n ,1, . u? "inkers,plain and sutin finished <ii?i T' i. l.r '!'' brown, uud colored, Nos. 20x80 ' ' .m'. ,>,'~Clur,k -4' Smith's Kagie, and ??toTfio J?*' blUCk' aUd C?'Ur*'' Nofi" ,Wx160' Ta,"^"'i ?9lJWna?Linen und cotton, assorted color* and Cutlery-Rninrs, Knives, Sheara, Scissors, and Table Knives and iorks, Made A Butcher's, Wostenholm's liod(fern , and other celebrated makers * Brushes-Hair, Cloth, Teeth, Paint, Varnish, Shaving, vartety ' "S?' b'jrubbinK' Ac-. *<>?, i" great ' aDf.,^ larg<i H,1"1 rkl* assortment, consisting of beauti JdiinSTL ' v?ry. lK>m'' and wood (.tick*; also ^S3^^i^A5ra,s?.sw^ffrt,? ,;un?-f'ngle and DonWe, Kngiish and American, real i?i , , imitation Twi.it; also a variety of Rifleg lstols?inglish and German, Pocket, J!elt, and Holster; . ""J A1Jo11 aud Tliurber's Revolvers; also, a complete assortment of Sporting Apparatus . erfumery?Lubln 8, Mangenet 4 Coudray's, Fiver's, Pin aud s, and Kde s fine Extracts Soaps?-Low'? White and Brown, Windsor and Honey Rubins, Guerlaiu's, Pinand's, and Maugenet A Cou rt ray'a assorted styles, Ac., &c. AU,^i'rr,^io[n CalM' Needles, Pins, Hooks nnd Fves, ? 1} Pens, Buspenders, Buttons of all styles, Pocket booka lort Monaaies, Purses, Stationery, Deads, Whalebone, Looking glasses, Ac.. Ac. Ivory, Tortoise Bhell, Pearl Shell, Horns, Tips, Ac., for manufacturers. ' liiSSSK"th0 Frpn<'h'?I,anUh'0erman' Md3 inar z i S^I'I W 26 South Voarth Street, 0 IPhiladelphia. (Wholesale only.) Huh Kf,H L"'M AN> Importer of French and Kng 1 - ut Stationers' 'Warn! nou/k,, a complete a** ortuniit of nr tha *JlTAPV? AXI) 1ANcy STATIONERY, of the best quality, #t the lowest rates. niir 24? HR!hi^n't llDIJ!> Iron <fc Steel Mer i v i' Importers and dealers in American. Swede, Norwegian, leflned, Cable, and common Kngiish Iron ; manufacturer:) of Boiler Rivet* and Si,ikes Il/J ,, M?0, Boiier, Sheet, Small Ir-n, rtxlL Iron' mtjat* ,Uia N?rth 1)elawRre avenue. ' OHKPPAR1) & VAN HABUNGF.N, No 274 Ct, k> Street, above Tenth, Philadelphia, have just r.-^lvwl ~r ateamer splendid Table and Plan., Cove" lilmLdc Table Cloths, Napkins, .Moreens, and WorsU.1 Damasks. mar 24? First Premium Grand and Square Pianos. Wgfc ,ii.. A O KHLK, .Manufacturers, W" tifflf *':?'? 4- V' ?"<? 11 Kutaw street, I)?l 1/111Tu 7,- W ,rn'ut4 * lo the excellence ii * of Baltlinor* iiifull* I'iimo Fortof. The ; '*r>la"d lXUtulK' ?t,t,'elr ?"rt exhibition, awarded to lh. P Prrn"uul fof th" '""t Grand Piano, nnd also f Jinl ^ ? ,M"Bt ^"are Piano exhibited ? J ,,, r'*olle< ted that in 1S4R. our Piano also receiv.^i the First 1 remiuin by the same Institute. Such testimonial, are not easily earned, and are not to Iw lightly regarded. W . may therefore -av that havlnir %???& 1^vmi""i'whrr**'r our Instruments met w th competition, we offer them to the public with a con fidence we might not otherwise avow, i/uarnntcvinif all Instruments made by iig to Kiv satisfaction, or they may mi Mehanged within six months fnim i!ny of sale. Tim Kve'years' wor,;mal"',-:P w' ftirther guarantee for Having just completed larpe additions to our Manufac tory, we hope now to supply all who may honor us with ,helr patronage; and we inviti- all who desire a superior Instrument, carefully adapted to the climate?a verv Im portMlt "irt which we have made our careful study?to call and exnmine our various styles, which we are constantly finishing, and which will be sold at the lowest m-^set price for cash or approv<<d |?per. In a<ldltlon to the aViva public teatimonials. our Piano* are rec-mm-ndiil in terms of the highest praise by the lowing eminent artists, whose certificates can be seen ' ur W ar,rooms: ChaSe. llochsa, th.'^g^t comt^-r I Trl>U),M'UV.A ,"'hcri Mr' (l"?- Kiioop'; , IA I Ch",p: fohnstoek, and other distin I Pprf""ncrs To the many accompiish.-d Professor* V * OI,r '"'anos sr- eonsUatly us.-.), hil?t making our thankful acknowledgments to them further OM Pianos tftk?n in r>xrhaQga Planar hfml nn.l fun?|. Wj|r u kSILK G(MJL>8. |?OWKN A McWAWKK, 112 and 114 Broadway, New J > lork. have now in store, and will receive bv early Treth I* S,,"!!,"rr: ? T,-ry extensive aioruJeJtJt rench, German. Kngiish, Italian, and India SILK AND FANCY GCKJDS, emWing evcxy variety of the newest and richest style. f'?* f"nple cards are ??? ready for exhibition. Merchants from every section of th'o country, an.l particularly our old friends and custom ers, iw assunsi that every attention has been paid to present a stock of e.ssi,., unequalled, either in extent or Var.ety, by any s.nnlar establishment in the oountry. Many of our richest goods are manufactured from de signs or sample, furnished by us. an.l will he found ?!!' ! I4.' ?" Uin the larger ri'ies and towns. Ihe following embrace the leading articles of our stock r.xtra rich ('bene and lirocade Silks. Rich Paris Bareges, Muslins, and Organdies Rich printed SI Ik Tissues, new article. New style F.nglish Poplin., Barege de I.aines, Paris patterns. New style French Prints. F.nglisli. Scoteh, and American Printed Lawns Super lllaek Orris do Rhine*. French anil Kngiish Ginghams. Plain and embroidered Canton Crape Shawls. Ki<*n I arin Rl!?boM, Urp' nasortoioiit. Millinery Silks, Crape*. Ac. Dress Ti inynings, newest style. Bom Wines, Alpacas, and >fmlin de Lalnea. Laci iptnl Km broidery. Linen, and White Goods of every description Kid Gloves, l>est inaniifscture, Fulfil.h and German Silk and Cotton Uoeierv ls>ng and Squar.' Cashmere Shawls. Rich Silk Mantillas, great variety. Pon41 v and Spitalfteld Hr>.ndkerehi< ft. Italian Cravats and SewiaiK Silks. Also, a great .variety ol rich go.?is f?r evening dresaea not. ('numerated in tbo rIh>v<?. Hin,'!'' ws; Garnets. Fancy Silk Cravats, Ray Stat# laid I<ong Shawls, l,inen Cambric Handkerchiefs. Green Bareges, Satins. Silk Scarfs. Suspenders, Plain Mack and high colored Mouseline de I .nines, Turkey red IVinta, Curtain Muslins, Oil Silks, B,-lt Riblmns, Serges, Satin Vestings, Ac. Those who visit this market for Siik Goodt, who would consult their Interest, and who desire to see a stock 11n.urpa.sKil in every department at the very low est market prices, are respectftilly invited to call. mar 24? LAURENCE THOMSON & CO., I MPORTKK* of Rrandics, Wine., a'nd Segars, No. 1 Kx I change Place, lkiltimore, offer for sale an extensive assortment of? RRANIHKS?J. llennessy, .1, J. Durand, superior old Jean Louis, 1*11 and IMS; Maglory; Otard, Dupuy A Co ? Pinet, Castlllon A Ot>.; Martellj .1 I'uraud A Co.- A. S< 1b uette; J. J. I>np?y and J. Fraud brands. ' WINKS?Champagne, Claret, and llnek, of various grades. Also, Port. Sherry. Madeira. Sicily, Lisbon. Bur gundy* Malaga, and other Wlnea, in gre?t variety SUGARS?Havana and Principe Segars. of approved brands, constantly receiving from the manufacturers. HOLLAND GIN OTape and Gray Mare brands, of fine flavor; also, London ilrown Stout and Porter; Bordeaux and Marseilles Sweet *H1, Sardine., Marraronl, \ ? rnii'vlil, Olives, Capers, Castile Soap, Bay Rum, Roll llrimstonv, Canary Seed, A*. mar 24?