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~ WA SUING TON CITY: PATrROAV AFTKIJf'K)* JULYS LP" BOOK AXD JOB PBIKTMO OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS EXECUTED AT TUIS OFFICE IN THE BEST MANNER. fjTThe 44 Star" omc* ?? lecatesi l> Ntrc?l, arrmmd d?r *MI fraaa 19th, urur the jmrilci mf 19th Street aad Prnaejlvaala Awaaf, acarlr *pp?* ?Itr te ib? 44 KirkwM^ Ilewar," late "Irving H?t?l.M TJ~Tke large circulation of the &IAM makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in tk4 District. It kas more readers in the cities af Washington, Georgetown, mid Alexandria, than oil tk* other Wash ington dailies combined. r5*"We are daily receiving request* by letter, to mall the Star to oity subscribers and others for a snort time. The writers, however, Jorge: to mail the pay for them with the er-ler?. So, of course their requests cannot be complied with, as we mail no paper* not paid for in adraooe. This is an imperative rule is the Star office. Our patrons will therefore p!ea?e take notice that if they desire the Star by mail, they should sand with their orders, fay men t at the rata of 33* cants per month. tW Owing to the unusual press of highly Important news by telegraph, we are unable t > make room for a very interesting letter from our wall josted np correspondent at George town. THE WEEKLY STAB. This wte k's number of the Star contains full particulars of the terrible collision on the Baliimore and Susquehanna railroad?an ac count of the great fire in Philadelphia?a skctoh of the stupendous stock swindles in Wall street, New York?the latest news from the seat of war in Europe?besides our full ai d accurate reports and sketches of the say 1d;? and doings in the federal capital for the current week. It is one of the most interest lrg cumbers which has as yet appeared The Weekly Star ii furnished to subscribers for the low sum of $1 26 per annum. No family, In or out of Washington, should be without it. spirit or the xoBffnre press. Tha Intelligtncer, replying to the Union's recent charge against the Whig candidate for Governor of North Carolina, that while a member of tho State Convention of North Carolina, he voted against the exclusion of negroes from the right of suffrage, says : "The queation of giving the right of suf frage to negroes, generally, was never enter tained in the Convention of North Carolina. Under tLe first Constitution of the State down to the year lS3o. when it was remodelled, all luea born tree, whito or black, possessed the ri^hc of suffrage. The Convention cf 1835 d-piived ah persons of negro blood of this rigtit; auJ It was upon the question whether the rignt should be continued to the free born of that class or not that Gen. Dockery must hive voted, if be voted at all. Many mem bers of ihe Convention opposed the immediate ri'.bdrawdl cf the privilege from those of the race then in the possession of it. The same thing happened in tha State of New l'ora some years ago, when a Convention was he!4 to ameod the Constitution. A lead iaz Democratic Delegate, afterwards nomina ted f.r and elected to the Presidency, voted again- t excluding negroes (free of course) from tae rigiit of suffrage. The Union explains and defends the course and position of the administration upon tha Cuba question; and argues that public senti ment at the North is taking a much healthier tone than of lata, upon the Nebraska question. Referring to tha f*ct that Edmund Burke, of New Hampshire, is exceedingly gratified at the defeat of tha Democratic Senatorial nomi nees in Couoord. the Union's editor says : "We perceive that Mr. Edmnnd Burke is hugely rejjioed because be and his new com panions in politics have at last succeeded in forcing a fusion between the abolitionists and thuee recreant democrats who prefer such proe v.luted nupials; and we perceive, also, that his malignant ory Is feebly echoed by certain aboliiiou and whig journals, who, until this moment, have only recognised him as a bad imitation of an honeat uiau. How true a teacher li experience! bow wise its lessons ! how eioquent its warnings! The brave and tnejist spirit looks into the volume whioh preserves its instructions for posterity with cnappalled and refreshened instincis. gather ing strength from its invocations, and admoni tiur s fr m its examples The selfish, corrupt, and revengeful?like Burke, and those he can n.is!ead?fly from its teachings as from a moni tur whose seventy they know, and whose truths tney fear. That Burke ahould glory in using a small minority to wound tha honest demo cracy that bad elevated and trusted him, is natural. Arnold wrote a most elaborate, echolar-iike, and Impudent defence of bis trea son. and England circulated it and honored h?m. Bat Arnold went to his account never theless; aad long before he went to his grave, be was as utterly out of the living world of Li Beet end of gallant men, even in England, as it bis pernicious soul rotted an inch a day. Borke is already j >iued to tha dark society of iiale. Foes, Phillips, Garrison, and Sumner; .uia New Hampshire will feel relieved now that the viper she has warmed at her hearth-stone haj been committed to its kindred." Ihe Union alto contains a letter from Major Wm. H. Emory, of U. S. Topographical Engi neers, in reputation of an insinuation of Mr. Benton's that his (Emory's) views upon the uitjectof the Pacific Railroad route are in ftaeneed by that gentleman's speculations in ban Diego tewn lots. Major Emory pronounees the charge to be false, and explains it away completely Tae New Hampshirz Le^islati-hk.?The Legislature of this State have abandoned is des, air the attempt to elect U. S. Senators Mr Wells, the Democratic candidate, at no Use received more than 149 votes, and thus ? fell 6 short of a majjrity; 155 voies being ne cessary to a choice. The next highest vote was 103 for the Hon. G. W. Morrinon. There msuader of the vote was scattered amung sev eral persons A motion to indefinitely post pone was made by Mr. Nesmith, of Franklin, Whig, which was adopted by 159 to 147. A motion to reconsider the vote was negatived, 157 to 14 L So the Senatorial question is set tled for this ?ssion. ACCtDRTT 05 TH* BALTIMORE AVD PhU.A r-tLPH.a Railroad?The train which left Philadelphia for Baltimore at quarter of one o'clock, yesterday afternoon, ran eff the track one mile this tide of North East, Md , killing Rarjukin R Benson, the engineer, and Joseph Robinson, the fireman. The train did not reach Washington uatil eight o'clock, las'. evening Mr Benaen, the engineer, resided In WiLoiagtiQ, Del., where he leaves a wife and several children to deplore bis sudden losa ?LD 5^*1 Co? >*v.-There was a perfect jam at OH Point on the Fourth. Ivory steam er whioh landed at this famous place of resort, raise freighted with hundreds of excursionists "WUlard's hotel, which is one of the largest, if not the largest hotel in the United States, was "filled to over! owing full." Over one hun dred guests had to seek lodgiag in the ball Illxmu Wheat Caor.?The yield of tha wheat harrwt in Central Illinois, is very abundant. The Springfield Journal says that it is only with the aid of the horse-power reap ing aaohlA*. tut it teuM |?tfeu?4. BT MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. ABRIVAL OF THE SAC.TIC. THREE DATS LATER FROM EUROPE EXTRAORDINARY PASSAGE. Farther Details of the Defeat of the Rus ?lans at 8ilistria. TERRIBLE BUFFERINGS OF THE RUSSIANS. A ?atria Opealy taklag sides with (fee Allies. RUSSIA EVACUATING THE PRINCIPAL ITIES. I ADVAyCM OP TWO AUSTRIAN DIVISIONS. J IMPORTANT FROM CHINA. I CONDITION OF THE MARKETS. I , ?fccM &C., &C. New Yore, July 8, 9 o'clock, a. m.?The U. I S. mail steamship Baltic, Captain Comstock. I arrived here this morning, having made the run from Liverpool to New York in nine days J and thirteen honrs, being the most extraordi I nary ocean steam performance on record. 1 This wonderful trip 13 the subject of general I remark and congratulation among oar businets I men and those who take pride as well as In terest in the suooese of the American steam I ships. J The Baltic sailed from Liverpool on Wednes day, the 23th of June, and therefore brings I three days later intelligence from England J and all parts of Europe than the advices re I ceived by the America, at Halifax. The commercial news is important. Cotton I was firm and advancing. Breadstuff* were (depressed. During the three days, ending I Jane 23, 25,000 bbls. of flour had been sold at I a decline of 8d ; wheat had declined 2d.; corn J dull and drooping. 1 Owing to the favorable news from the seat of war, a further advance had taken place in I English consols?closing at 93J a 94. The J London money market is becoming more and I more easy. _ Large sales of American stocks I and securities at full rates. j The political nows is highly important. Af I ter quibbling, shuffling, prevaricating, and I procrastinating, Austria has at length taken I an open and decided stand in favor of the al lies. Her troops are now in motion for the 00 I cupation of the Principalities. This must I bring affairs at the seat of war to a crisis one I way or the other. The fighting thus far has been done by the Turks and the Turks alone?the Mussulman I proving himself more than a match for the J boasted and boasting legions of the Czar. FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. The Russians have made the long looked for retrograde movement, having evaouated the Principalities. Official and private letters from the Danube state that the Russians were leaving their sick and wounded behind them in the hospital'. The most stringent orders have been given by I the Turkish authorities to respect them, and even to render assistance if assistance should become absolutely necessary. Free passports are also to be delivered to Russian surgeons who may be left in attendance. I General Schilders, who was so severely I wounded in the desperate sortie from Silistria, I is dead. | Generate Gortrchakoff and Luders, who were also severely wounded, were at Bucharest. I From the most reliable accounts it appears, I that siDoe the entry of the Russians into the Principalities, they have lost by battle and disease, upwards of fifty thousand men. The London papers of the 28th ult. state that it has positively been decided upon for I an Austrian army of occupation immediately to enter the principalities; Count Coronini. with the first division of the army, to be closely J followed by a second division, is ready to des cend the Danube to Guirgeo, whence they will I march to Bucharest. Mr. De Bruck, the Austrian Envoy, is now in communication with the Porte, with the view of having the necessary preliminary steps taken for ^he occupation of the Princi palities. To avoid the danger of a collision with the j Russians, the former will retire before the Austrian* advance. IMPORTANT FROM CHINA. The overland mail from India brings impor tant intelligence from China. It is reported that the Russian squadron have taken refuge on the coast of Kamschatka One of the vessels had been seen off Woosong. Letters had been received at Canton which gave unfavorable news from the interior, and whioh had seriously affected the import trade. The provinces were overrun with banditti, and the general belief was, that the pioking of tea would be greatly affected in those places in consequence A short supply of tea! was anticipated. [SECOND DESPATCH.] FURTHER DETAILS OF THE NEWS. The steamship Baltic reached her wharf at one o'clock this morning, thus making the run from wharf to wharf in nins days and thirteen hours!! It is reported that the Emperor Nicholas, in his reply to Austria's demands, has oonsented to evacuate the Principalities, and is with drawing his forces beyond the Pruth. ENGLAND. Lord John Russell had officially informed the House of Commons, that the siege of Silis tria had been raised. The annunciation was received with great cheering. The British government has sent Sir John Bousham from China to negotiate a commer cial treaty with Japan. The weather both in England and Frtnoe was favorable for the harveet. MISCELLANEOUS. Oiner Pacha, with his entire army, was marching to the Danube. The latest aocounts indicate a disposition on the part of the Emperor Nicholas to negotiate for peace. But these acoounts, in the main are but rumors. From Spain, the intelligence is not of an important character. The advanced guard of the French and Eng lish army bad reached Preredi. From the Baltic and Black sea fleets we have no Intelligence of consequence. No im portant movements had taken place. The Greek insurrection had been entirely subdued. The Minor German States had accepted the Austro-Prussian note. Braail bad notified FraEoe and England of her neutrality during the pending war with Russia. THE MARKETS. J^n* jW.?Philadelphia flour, at 4Q- ?k and beef dul1- krd active 2d T?n?*n V?a Shoulders want ?ia^ fi? ? g6d- bark dull. fir?- 8?8?r, coffee and molasses un changed. Naval stores quiet. ua United CoJSl.^3* *** " upwMd **?cy ETt' 8' *a?en has resigned the pu *w*Va lh* P*"t ?hmro* ** Peters Whe%t bM 10 I vmnsni nxwi aid somif. I The End of tbe Ituioa.?A strong disposi I Uod exists among membsrs of both Housee of J Congress to rescind their action, by which th* J 4th of Augcsi; vu fixed upon for the termlna I tion of the session. This is the result of the I hourly increasing impression that hardly any | thing can be oonaummated before that period J arrives, except the enactment of the regular I appropriation bills. After to-day, there will I remain but three and a half legislative Weeks, 1 and our experience assures us that the cojk I fused pressure of some thirty or forty gentle I men to amend the public (general appropria I tion) bills, which always takes plaoe as the J session draws to a olose, can hardly fail to de I feat the proper transaction of almost all other J business. Nevertheless, we are not at present j of opinion that the Bouse will oonsent, under j any circumstances, to an extension of the ses I sion beyond the 4th proximo. There are some J fifty or sixty Democratic members who think that the majority are voting the public money I very wildly, and that the longer the session continues, the more mischief will be done They, of course, will set their faces against changing the time agreed on, if the public bills only can be enacted by August 4th, prox I imo. Many members of both political parties I begin to feel, very sensibly, the injury their I private affairs are sustaining throngh their j prolonged absence from home, and being ner I veusly anxious to shake the dust of Washing I ton from their feet, will stoutly resist any effort j to prolong their s^jjurn here. Again, more or less of the opposition are I certainly quite willing to have it in their pow | er to charge the dominant party with having I accomplished nothing this session but the II enactment of the ordinary appropriation bills. I and the repeal of the Missouri compromise. They are aiming at political effect, of course. I Now, under such oiroumstanoes, we eare not I what may be left undone, we regard it as I morally impossible that the duration of the J session can be extended beyond August 4th I next. J Custom Houses, &c.?The amendments to I the Civil and Diplomatic Appropriation bill I over which the pother in the House hall oc I curring yesterday and the day before took I place, appropriated $441,000 for the comple 1 tion of various custom houses, and for the I construction, completion and repair of various I marine hospitals in the West, an aggregate of I $161,000. The original bill as reported from I the Committee ef Ways and Means contained I an appropriation of $252,000 for the comple I tion of the Charleston, S. C , Custom House I by-the-by. I We have, at this time, one hundred and 1 twenty-nine ports of entry and delivery in tbe J United States, and actually but twenty-five j finished custom houses, with el oven more under I construction. The Committee on Commeroe, I (of the House) have instructed their ohalr I man, Mr. Fuller, of Maine, to report a bill I making appropriations for the construction of I tight more, viz., at Ellsworth, Me.; Gloucester, Mass.; New Haven, Conn ; Detroit, Mioh.; I Toledo, Ohio; Buffalo, N. Y.; Milwaukie, Wis. and Wheeling, Va. This bill, we learn, has J been so drawn up as certainly to make the I appropriations to be made under it pay the I whole cost of the respective works, which will I range from $10,000 to $S9,000 each. It will I also be proposed so to construct thoEe at Buf falo, Detroit, Milwaukie and Wheeling, as that j they shall furnish permanent accommodations I for the U. S. Distibt Courts and Poet Offices I in those cities. I W hlle we are as strenuously opposed as one I can bo to the extravagant or otherwise unne I oessary nse of the public money, we realise I the full foroe cf the so-rapidly growing neces I aities of our country in every quarter. What I were fair accommodations a quarter of a cen I tury ago only, are already almost every where I but meagre apologies, indeed, for the require I ments of the times. The fact is very evident I in the vehemence with whioh members of Con I grese from various quarters press the necessi I ties of their immediate distriots, on their fellow j members who hesitate upon suoh questions. I The Embarrassments of Legislation.?A 1 very bad habit on the part of members, as I committee men, is produiing much of the oon I fusion and delay in the transaction of the busi | ness before Congress which the country is wit I nesaing. It is simply inattention to commit I tee duty early in the session. It is the result I of heedlessness only. Many members fail I promptly to mature their reports and reccm I mendations until a late period, which, with energy on their part, might be made ready for presentation much earlier. To every public I appropriation bill which comes up, more or I less of them move amendments under instruo I tions from the committees to which thoy be I long, many of them involving very large ex | penditures of the public money. Nearly all of I them fail to inform the House beforehand of the character and merits of their several propo I sitions so brought forward, in such a manner I as that all their fellow members may have lame to thoroughly digest (examine) them. | There is no reason why every gentleman who has an amendment to offer to a general appro priation bill, under orders from his committee, I may not present it with a written report when J the bill in question may be reported. A re-1 quest for liberty to "give notioe'' of an amend ment to be proposed at the proper time under the rule, and for tho printing of a report ex plaining the amendment in question, never has been refused, under ordinary ciroum stances, and, we presume, never will be. Were such amendments required to bo so reported and explained, three-fourths of the time of the House expended in their consideration would I doubtless, be economized. The Civil and Diplomatic Bill.?It is worthy of note that every appropriation which was 'on.*110 J'"1 #nJ DiPIoIuatic Appropriation Bill on the day before yesterday, when it was lost, was left in it yesterday when it passed I by a considerable majority. The only thing achieved by that aotion of Wednesday, Wfld the practical loss of a legislative day. The I bill, of course, owes its passage to the relent-1 ing of more or less gentlemen, Dome of whom voted against it on Wednesday only for the sake of embarrassing tho present administra tion, while others of tho relenters, on sober second thought, very sensibly concluded that it would be unwise to stop the wheels of the government, because the majority in the exer cise of a constitutional right, had voted some appropriations in the bill which they disliked. From the Frigate Cumberland.?Patrick Ryan, first class boy, C. S. ship Cumberland, (in the Mediterranean,) was sent home as an invalid, and died on the passage. His effects are at the Boston navy yard. He was bom at lUabury, Maes., end his enlistment wonld have expired next January. Three othor in valids (from the same ship) reached Boston, and were yesterday ordered to be discharged! vis : Daniel Hussey, Wm. Haston, and Chas I Clark. I The Current Operations of the Treasury | Department?On yesterday, the 7th of Jnly there were of Treasury Warranto entered on the book* of the Department? j For the payment of Treasury debts $23,481 351 For the Customs. 109 nfio hi I Covered into the Treasury from ' Customs ja 7-1 Department 403,469 40 I *91 the iBteiiw Pepeftnww 951 * " cm Donres nr oovenN. I* TH* Bex ate, yesterday, after we went to prew, Mr. Stuart movfd to rooon aider their action fixing 5s the 4th of Augaat prozo., M the day for the termination of the session.? Bat the chair (llr. Badger) ruled this motion out of order, the time for making it, under the rules, having expired. The balance of the day's session was spent in the consideration of private bills, a large number of which were duly parsed. Is th* Hong*, yesterday, efter wo went to preas, they reconsidered the rote order* ing the Civil and Diplomatie appropriation bill to a third reading. A motion to reconsider the Cnstom House amendment voted on the bill, was agreed to ; and then the House again concurred in the said amendment?yeas 77, nays 74. And as thus amended, the bill wag passed under the operation of the previous question. PROCEEDINGS OF TO-DJiY. The Senate was not in session to-day, having adjourned until Monday. House.?The Speaker laid before the House a communication from the Treasury Depart ment concerning the custom-house at San Franoicco ; which was read, referred, and or dered to be printed. Mr. Hendrioks moved to go into Committee of the Whole House to take up the private calendar where it was left on the last objec tion day, and only to dispose of such bills as might not be objected to. Mr. Clingman objecting? Mr. McMullen oalled for the regular order of buasneas?the consideration of business on the Speaker's bill. The bill for the relief of David Myerle was then taken up and referred to the Naval Affairs Committee. The bill to confirm certain claims to lands in the Bastrop grant, from the Senate, oame up. The question being on the third reading of the bill? 6 Mr. Jones, of Louisiana, advocated it. Mr. Mattison called for the reading of the report. Mr. Letcher briefly advocated the said bill, when it was read the third time and passed. Mr. Appleton reported back from the Com mittee of Ways and Means, a petition for a new Custom House at Alexandria, Ya., which, on his motion, was referred to the Committee on Commerce. And then, after referring a few private bills, on motion of Mr. Maxwell the bill to author ise the sale of certain lands heretofore re served for military purposes, was taken from the Speaker's table and referred to the Com mittee on Public Lands. PERSONAL.. The Troy (N. Y.) papers announce the death of the Hon. S. C. Huntington, a leading member of the bar of that city. .... General Quitman, Mr. Thrasher and Gen. Saunders, arrested at New Orleans, for examination on charge of being connected with certain filibustering operations, have been released on giving bail under protest. It will be recollected that at first these gentlemen refused to givo bail. Intensely hot weather sometimes will make folks reasonable. ? ??? Madame EuUkay, the only surviving sister of Kossuth, is about to go to Saratoga, for the purpose of selling a stock of laces, em broideries and mantillas, to enable her to realiae the means for supporting herself and family. ....Tremblingly wo announce the distress ing foot that the Uothamites are deprived of the witching pleasures loth of English and Italian opera in consequence of the indispori tion of the beautiful Madame Thillon, and the pstlte, yet plump, Madame Maretxck. Bul letins have been ia?ued by the attending phy sicians . I .... Mrs. Schuyler, the wife of the great ten-million-over-issue-stook operator, is out with a short, sharp card in the New York pa pers, in which she plainly intimutes that she will not tamely permit the honor of her hus band to be oalled in question, or the respecta bility of the Spicer family (she's a spictr) doubted for a moment. She talks about her dying husband. Her " dying husband" is supposed to be rusticating in some cool, seqnes tered spot in the Canadas. Mrs. S. speaks rather vaguoly in reference to the atocl- whence she issues. Gouverneur' Morris, the well known broker and banker of New York, has not fail ed. He has merelj suspended in order to see how his acoounts really stand with those beau ties, the brothers Schuyler. The remains of the venerable Thomas Ritchie were buried at Richmond yesterday. .... Mrs. Mary Burkhardt, wife ot C. B. Burkhardt, the muaioal crkie, of New York, and herself an eminent musician, died in that city on Tuesday of cholera. She was sister to Mrs. W. F. Brough. .... Barney Williama is in New York, slowly recovering from an attack of the cholera Ir rom all acoounts he has had a narrow escape from doath. .... Dr. Ladd, tried for the murder of Schles- i singer, at New Orleans, has been oonvicted of I manslaughter. Bed Room Carpets.?Mrs. Hale in her new Receipt Book gives the following information of interest to housekeepers, hotels, do : to2et^er scrips of the cheapest cotton 1 j the bItc of the room, and tack the edges to the floor. Then paper the cloth, as you would the sides of the room, with any sort of room paper. After being well dried, give ^wocoatiof varnish, and your carpet is fin The Astor Will.-The New York Supreme Court have decided that Mrs. Lacgdon was entitled to the first $100,000 bequeathed to hor in tho will of the late John Jabob Aato&^ut that she was not entitled to a aimiW gum mentioned for her in thecodioil of the testator. Laborers Wantxo.?The Philadelphia Ledger learns from Schuylkill ooanty that one thousand laborers could get immediate employ ment in that oounty, working in the shade and receiving from $7 50 to $$ per week, Cuoleka AT CixciNNATi.?The official re port of the Cincinnati Board of Health for the week ending July 3d, reoordi forty-five deaths from Asiatic cholera. E^The Philadelphia boats are daily taking from four to five hundred passengers for Cape S?ay? 43* USX HaIPTUS'h VlUSTABIJS TlSCTUHE MseJw'tf UMKidn" Com',1,*int> Nervous Debility . ?!dueJB' "J Of Power end Di? Mrangement of the ?y stem I We but point you to the thcuHsndswhohtro used the Gbkat lavLoa* ,w* ."y we refer you to r Cn s * Tincture," and it& effects "Unclr Ned hid co hair ?a the top of his bead, In the place where the hair ought to grow. But he lived previous to the discovery of Lyon's cel brated Kathairon, which not only pn*ervee and beautifies, but restore, the hair to any period of 9^/ 111066 wh0 "Ul not try it, are troubled with baldness, dandruff, or harsh and unpleasant hair. From th* Home Journal, N. T. "No article ever acquired so rapid celebrity and universal appreciation aa Lyon's ^atiuibo*. To thoae who have used it (and who has not) the rea eon is obvious, as its invigorating and beauttlVin* affects, and agreeable Per^iae, stamp it an indispen sable article of the toilet." Sold at the aid price of 26 sests, in large bottle., by all dealers, everywhere. D- *? Proprietor, UO. Broadway. R. T. grar.* M .?? Doors, go*. Blinds, Mo!?ldw/? U m 0r<U" ** iu wuuo, ma aa Balusters,and Newela. Scroll sawing tor builders, Cabinet and Ooaoh makera. ? large quantity of the above articles osi ban! at. low prloes. _ I Also, a lot of second hand Store Ftxtum, Omul* I aa, Dwwtw, IMrtafc to, ap L?<i 1 40* Pumn Ton HaOl?It if a melaaehoiy and startling *?t that quite a large clan of the American people are bald, aed that too at aa early age, mad it becomes thorn afflicted t/> pauss and ex amine tlw> moms of BaMnra* and then the remedy. " Emtnon't American Hair Krricratire" stands tm rivalled tor that purpose. Itis an Indian prepara tion prepared purely on the scientific pria?ipl?S of the Ked Mas, and who ever s?eu a bsld head ** In dian? rash a thin g be* newr been known. See circulars, tobi bad of Druggists, gifing par ticulars. ?' X;, Price tl, in large bottle?. Bold in Wtsllngton and Georgetown D. G, by all tha principal Priugi-fc?, and by Druggists generally throughout the United Elates and Canada* Z D. OlIiMAN, Wboknle and General Ag<*nt, Washington, D. C. 0. E. 7ISHKP. k CO. Proprietor*, i!s. 47 Superior Street, Cleveland. 0. Jy 6? 3mos 4V&ru?is Pwtcxm.?Thoeeof our reader* who lesire to paw through a splendid Gallery of Pictures, should not fiiil to pay a visit to Plumb's Booms or. the Avenue. Hebasou exhibition ther?K>meeboic specimens of the new art of Dmgwrreotyying in OH, which for beauty and excellence are incomparable. There is a portrait executed, in this last style, of Pr raident Pierce, that reflects great; credit on the artist, every lineament thereof giving ? life-like ex pression. Sir. PI am be is reckoned among the first errean artist of our tine. mar 30? ti~ Kamtiuh's Hiadachx Kxxxnr has never vet tailed to cure tick headache. Call for proof of this at Gilmak's Drug Store. M&- A most beeutifnl, choice, and varied srsort ment cf fresh Spring and Summer Clothing has JtL?t been opened by Noah Walker ft 0?., proprietors oi fie celebrated Marble Hall Clothing Emporium ? Oar citisen*. as well as strangers, should, by all mean" give them a trial, as their goods' ere made up in the very best manner and most fashionable style. Their stock ccnsiet* of fall dress and business suits, One black and colored Cloth frock and dr*ss Onto, rich Testings, 4c, with a selection of furnishing Goods not surpassed in the city for beauty and style. Particular cere and attention has been paid to the Boys' and Youths' Department. Their prices are uniformly low- and we My to one and all, oall on them before purchasing elsewhere. Ltvek Diiiiss.?CUrter't Spanish Mixture, as a remedy for I ver diseate, and tba number of lor midable evils connected with a disorganised state of that organ, is unriv*llc<L Hundreds of oertiflcatsB from the highest sources, of persons living in the citv of Bfcharad, might be given of cures effected by Carter's Spanish Mixture We have only room to JMfer to the extraordinary cure of Samuel M. Drinker, Esq, of the firm of Drinker k Morris, Booksellers, Bichmond, Va., who was cured by two bettlns of OerWs Spanish Uix cure, after three years suffering from diseased liver. He says its action on the blood is wonderful, bettor than all the medicine he had ever taken, and cheer fully recommends it to all. %*See advertisement. thottfd be univertally known?for its strictly true?that indigestion is the parent of a large pro portion of the fetal diseases. Dysentery, diarrhoea, cholera mcrbus, liver complaiat, and many other diseases enumerated in the dty inspector's weekly catalogue of deaths, are generated by indigestion alone. Think 0'that dyspeptics 1 think of it ail who suffer from disordered stomach*, and if you are wil ling to bo guided by advice, fcunaed upon experi ence, rorort at once (dent delay a day) to Hr.ofland'i German Bitters, prtp&red by "Dr. 0. M. Jackson, which, as an alterative, curative, and invigornnt stands alone and ud approached. We have tried the Bitters; end * new that that they are excellent for the diseases specified above. For sale by dealers Id medicine everywhere. * ap 8 49*Joe Bhllllngton receives all the Wrw Books and NkwspafeRs as fast a> published. lie is agent fur Harper's and all the other Magazines, and our readers will always find a large and good as^ sortmcn? of Blank Books and Stationery at his Rook store, Odeon Building, corner of 4# street andPenn sylvauia avenue. mug 19 The Stikjeosoom.?This beautiful instrument? and wenderful e? beautiftil?has been seised upon by the Daiuerreotypiets, siinpliiied, and put before tbo publ'c fcr funeral adoption. On viewing the apl'''ca*'?n of it to Daguerreoype pictures it is hard to re*tniin one's warmest enthusiasm, so wtonisb ?n* 1b the result produced. The object of vision seen through th- "Stereoscope is no longer a picture; it has all the lineaments, and peculiarities, and pres ence of ibe living subject, only less in sise. The soraplsletiees with which this is done must be seen ro lie believed. The enly piece that we know of in the city why re Ste-eopcoplc Daguerreotypes can be procured is Wkitihuxst'b, on Pennsylvania avenue Hie world is Indebted to Professor ?VHEATHT051 for this beautiful inventipu, which oquals, in fact, what we only reed or Hi tee fabulous miracles of Friar Bacon. The beautiful Daguerreotypes described above, are daily sold at Whitkhursx 8 Gallset, Pennsylvs uia avenue near 4^ street. 4?* Smith's Dyspipsia CoRf.AL.?TbLs delicious eompouud is offered as a positive cure in all ca??s of Dyspepsia, or derangement ef the Digestive organs. Certificates of extraordinary cures accompany earfc bottle. It la entirely vegetable ard free from any JUleUfious substau -e. For sale by Z. D. OILMAN and at Brown's Hotel, Washington, and wholesale and retail by Dr. SMITH, i6 and 20 South 12th st, Philadelphia. may 9?tf Religions Notice.?The R?v. T. C. Tesndale, D. D, will preach tomorrow at 11 o'clock a. m ., and at 8 p. ia , in the new Baptist Churc h on i3;h street. Subject at Ught '-Re igious Liberty? the innata snd tnal'enable right of man " All who arc in'erested at present, in tbld in>portant theme, whether nntive born citiiens or foreigners, are in vited to attend *_ y=a The Annual Comraeneement L j of Otorg jtown College will be held on TUEF? DA if, the 11th inst.. at 9 o'clocX a. m. On Monday, the 10th instant, Public Dissertations on Kational rhii<>?cphf will b-j given by the i n dents of the Graduating Class at 4 o'clock p. m. The puolic are respectfully invited to attend on both occa*icns. B. A. MAQCiBB, jy 8?3t* President y-a NOTICE.?The public are most refpect JJj fu:Sy notified ttat the AMERICAN CLUB :nteud giviug their fitit i*ic Kic ou Monday, 24th ot July, at Arlington epring. Full particulars in future advertisement W. H. BEAED8LEY, jy 8?3t Prat 1 dept. President's Mounted Guard, Attest ton I?You are heieby notified to attend a regular month1 v saeeting cf the corps on TUESDAY, the 11th instant, at 8 o'clock As Important bucine s is to be transacted it is re quested ? hat every member * ill t* pr. sent. Q S1UA11T, jy 8?Ct* Bee. Sec. IT IS NOT TRUE! Aa reported by the PULPIT POLITICIANS and KNOW NOTHING TRAITORS to liberty, that they have " crushed nu out," and de prived me of my office. My Magistrate's Offbe, Notary Public, and for Soldiers1 Land and Pension Claims, and Conveyancing, is kept at the old stand on I2th street, 4th door eouth of Pennsylvania Avenue. The Police Magistracy, to my advantage and the public detriment, they have deprived me of by sectarian malice against ray religion, of which I did not posicsi enough to make a fuss about; but what there was of it was pure and unmixed with hvpec risy, and of a different quality to theirs. jyB?2w JOHN D. CLARK. L08T?Last ev?ning, between the Patent Office and the s-.cocd toll gate, on the 7th st road, a package of letters, ti?d with red Ui_?. Any person finding said package will coufer a tavor by lea'ing it a? Mr. John F. Calian'e Drug Store, corner of 7th ] *nd fc streets. jy 8?tf LOST?last evening,between the National VIctel and PrcwBs', a large calf skin POCK K V BOOK, evntftiua i arcrs only, of no use to any body but the Dwcer. The finder Will be suitably rewarded by leaving them at the office cf the N?ti >nal Botei. jy8-2.? I1ABKY L<JVK. EKWARD-Kansway, cn tl~e 5th inst, a BOY, about 17 years of age, of a light cbestnut color, named Joshua Holmes, little marked with the smallpox Had on when he left a straw hat, bla'k coat and pants; has a pleas mt connten aiic; quick whe n spoken to; and is abcut five feet tw 1 inches h'gh. I will give $ 0 if i aken in the Dis trict or adjoining oounties; $i(,0 if taken over 100 miles from home; or $200 if token ia a free gtatc, and lodged in jail so that I can get him PHILIP MACKSY, Jy 8? 1 * * corner 14th sad I sti e t>. CASK IS to the sUbie of the sub scriber on or sbont the 28 :h of June, a small red CO W' about ?l years old, with a slit in the right ear; her face, ?ikU. fV. ? ^fspf ? ..Qu. , ucx met), legs, and (ail white. The owner is requested to come lorward, prova property, pay charges and take ber away. JNO. f. BOYLK, 35th street, west of U. 8. Obstrvatory. jy 8-3t? * STEVENS, PZAI.IR IK ' FRENCH MILLINERY & FANCY GOODS, 2*4 av, bet. tsi/i and Oth s's., opp. Centre Market, wAemxaTus,?. c, MOfcT respectfully begs'etve to call the immedi ate attention of the ladies cf Washington, ieorgetowd, Alexandria, and their respective vicin ities, to the following dueirable goods just received from one of the Largest factories North, which we jommenoe to sell for half their value, vis: 50 superior English Straw Eonnets CO do French Gimp do 100 do Pio Nic flats 30 pieces Gauge Trimming Bibbon 60 do do Boanet do 60 prs very superior workcJ Bracelets 4 superior needle worked Collars 0 do do Cuffs All I ask Is an examination, which will ocnvincs rou that 1 prastice what I preach. 8TEVK98, Ladles Store, No. 1, Pa. avenue, bet. fcth aad 9th sts. P. B.?All persons indebted to me win please oell mm edlately end pay their bills, by so delng, very LIST OF L1TTIM lUmaininf intk* P?t Oft*. WatHmgt*n City,D C., 7WvB. 18M. [Ordered te aArrrtmitn tiu" Evawico Sta*, WTreaUt to tkt foUtvin* tedion of tho Pott-Ofice ?U icing the nmnpaper kaeint tk* lorn?* < re lation of any Amilii paper pmbluktd in WnlUngU n: B?c. 5. -Ini W a further enacted. That the list of I letters renminbi? uncalled fat ia My po?t ortW in any city, town, or village, wb?* new*|n|*>rs shall t?e printed, rhaJI, hereafter, be publish*! once only tti the m-wvpaper which, befog *?k?ed weekly, or oftener, $kaU kcre the largest circulati'm within thf range of the delivery of said office, to be decided by the postmaster at such oflice. J ??-Per?oni applyin( for Uttart |q the tollowtnf list. w!l> pleaee mj tl>?7 ?r? iOTitruri). LADIKS' I.1ST. Ball. Mr* Belmont,' Mias Tuin* Itlachaiu. Mr* Itttkt Be*. j. Mary Browning, H1?S Ifartiie Cameron. Mis* R. ih?!d ? Collin*. Mi" Mar?:?r?t 3 Crodiler, Mlu Sally M Catlirwi. ?lt?? Palmyra B Curat!, Hoki na C<>Baway, Mr* M J 1 Carrtran, Mr* Ci *tta Carter, Mm A M Crltttnir?o?, Mia* Jl.'.ry Oimiiiiictiauu Mian Maui* E nmrli'i Miaa CaUtcrlne Mrs Harriet Davidc*. Mr? A M Dalit, Mini Eliu Drill. Miaj Mary ? D..w?U, Mr* C DUlier Sirs Catlierfr.p Ditlly. Miaa Ami DarlinTt^", Mr* Mary Ann Daviaou. Mils Mary H t DobiTty, *tia Fr gdfi.; I Dorney, Mrs Mary C Drury, Mi*? Be*?ia DaviiltflB, Mil* Aau K furrail, Mr*8araU K.?iey. Miriram Kjrquhar. Wlt>? MarUti* B Fletrlier, MU? l. uM Green, Mrs AiWIine E OnlJy. Mlu Kii?u J O-hauer, Mrs Ann Gfio##h, Mr* Hannah Hn*h, M's (le>>C H<~lre, Mr?C A Htnahaw, Mis* Harriet Hiiju.'ii, IIiki f E Hanson, Mi?? Solina Hainon, Mary H ?cans. Mi** Kliaabeih Hntriiiaoo, Mlaa Fannie A Hainlltun, Mi*? Flirabeth Hamilton, Mr* B H Hazard, Mr* Henry A Ham>-r. Mr* Gen T L 1 Joitea Mr* N B Jone*, Mia* Elizabeth Jones, M re KUzabt-lh Jao<>l>?, Mrs Ann Charlotte Jordlne, Mia* Harrtet* Jolitiaon, Mrs Harriet Imaaii. Mrs J (I'll Juhnwon, Miss Klita Ktafe, Mary Loaf. Mrs M T. Lane, Miss Saltie C GENTLEMEN"* LIST Lee*inahani. I^nra J i-Jlua. Mis* Hannn'j Mis AnJrcw A MoHa?a, Chine M??r*, Miss l.adtda Aan Mourr, Hin Krana Mflter. Mlaa Kllr.brth Moore, Mrs Bnptiu u Muthewa, Mrs Jam Maekey, Mr* Phillip MurH>y. Miaa t.u.-y D Manven*, Miaa Ki eanor V Miller. Cisabeth Metliera, Mtas Amanda M.Jilwu, Miss Ca(lt?r!ua MoOauiel, Mi* Ann Noyea, Mr* Rian J N'oi.le. Mioa r.iherina Ken-Ntbi. Hope 8 O^Ucrn, Ml** Catkerina O'Xealle. Mis* S O FirreH, Mi-atnry PlM>t. Mr* Joe T K Parse, Mia* buaU h.il-,Mi>aKb Pr.ce, Mia* J alia Pheul*, Mrs Dawaon Power, Ml?* Vlri:ini* Uurea. Mi** Kllia Bom, Mrs Eiisa Hire, Mr Pi Bri.i;et bniiUi, Mia* (Nliiei'tca Siiietd*, Mr* Ertw?rd Rnmers, Mr* Mariiia Stewart. Mr* Mir^aret Scotl, Mi* Klizabeirtk (?rnhii. Mlaa Ellen (Mmpson, Mlaa Margaret Tru-, Mies t.ncy A TotlJ, Mrs LO Tnrner, Mr* Sarah Tayloe, Miaa Taylor. Mr* Emma Tliompava, Mi* Kaniaic C Turner, Mis* Marraret Tbompson, Mrs Joaa)JiiDe 1 Vanneman, Mtaa Em-'.iaa WUnier, Mlas Mary U If Wriiclil, Urs Eltuboth Win(. Miss Boesnua WlieaU>n, Mlas Mary Wilson. Miaa Mary Wilson. Mrs B H Washington, Mri B?<"k Wlutbey, Miss itboU* B WalUce, Mr* N A Wat*, n. Mr., ana Walker, Ni.i Wlliiitmson, Mrs M L Zell, Mrs Mary H Ham<len A C> H^himick, N H Ho..T*r, W P Hariie., W W H'wte, Tims Harris, Sf-piiuD Ho'tee. S 1, H.'C<, K E Hall, N* k Hoilen, Lii'trr Ton Hutt'in, Jubn Hernau<tcz,G?a J MB(?i*rra, T llutnpbreya, Oen J Root. 8 B H???rt, Cap^ J 1? Hai tnett, Jameg Heath, JKI Hsitiu, Ia*aa Harris, H J Hsfr, HeLry Hall, Ed war,! Hnlbrook, C P Hawea, Cl?as W Incall*. Capt H Joiitisoti, Lcriu Jonea, Dr I^ivl Jone*, John 1 Joiinaon, HCI Jone*, 0*.) m Jones, II A Jeckins, Cha* Alber, Willi<".m Andrew*, PrTP Allen, Msj Rot>t Alien, RiiUard Allcu. H P Beail, Lt Col B L B'tt*. Wr.i, j r Itauk*, Capl W J Brown, W A Uuticr, Waiter Beail, Gov W r.oiiuntt. Tti Of ?ri 11 -y. Tim* Bridge, 3 J V BTiu-liton, 8 H Baker, Cot R L Beard, Mr, ofCal J Burke, Michael Blortcm, Levi S Brown, i?r J A Bnelianan, Jacob B rid well, John K Beiiwu, Jub Bris*at, J de Bryant, J W Bookman, H D Branson, E H Cafft-r A Weaver Coleman, Wm Clark, Samuel Calhoon, Capt t* Coffee, Patrick 1 Conway, W O CUnr?y, Maurice Cbr'*man, MaJ J 3 Crumble, James Coi'ney, John Coibei-t, Jno M Crournbf, Jno T Conner, Jno J Clark, Freeman Cniuingiiiim, t B Ccle. C Cogswell, Amo* CVmta. F Ravin do Drumrnond, W W Deaui, Wm 2 lh u^lass. Win IViiierty, Tl>o* D? lany, Tho* B Dnbo1?, Oliver Dent, Jud^e Lcals ttavis. J W Dick. Janie* Droc, H t D? i?iiev. Ctpt E D^.i bs. Dr IHtnar, Clil* H D'irrin, C B Drain, Alfred E'ies, W R Kills, S Percy Bwfr. 8eueca Kdia, K A Eri>, P C K liin, Dr J B Evans. John Ellsworth, E L Edirar, C L K'. an*, Lt A W FleminK, Jas P 2 F imicii, Capt SO FitchctUHylvanuB 3 McOarvey/jolm Fawke, ^amn*l Foots, H .a Mr Fareiey, Miciiaal Field, M*uiiko11 B Fitifc-cra'd, Geo Parish, R A Porter, RAO Prii'lbouimSfO Predion, Mr Peters, J O Patey, Oldeon Pntiiam. Oso M PennaH, FAS P.ittcn, A K Porter, Ct-.aa H Hociie. Wm John B Kawli!:g< R H RaTerty, Peter Racsdale, Lewi* A iteudah, J W * Co Rce*i?ie, J K 4 Rowley, J X Heard, Geo \V, jr 3 Richey, H?nrv R"d?cr?. LtHesry Reese, D Ready, Cha* It'yn.'lds, Capt A W 2 R*iii?'T, Cot A C ^hervd. W C *h-et wtHwi, W S SiUey, Mr Kewiou, Wm Sliearwood. Will Kam^i^rbnbere, S?illtv*n, Thia Kinf. TAJ Kayaer, J A Kelly, Autbouy Kramer, John Kelly, James Keiinedv, Jno H Key*, M*J E D Summerville, R A Sullivan, Patrick Stewart, A Pugh Kticknev, L D Strain. T.t Isaac O Swift, J 8 Nimn-.en, J Henry Kennerly, l?r C B *R|.raker, Jo*eph Kern, Barney Loiiner, Wm I.I tin, WAS Lawton, Wm Loekte, Col L B 4 Larcombe, John Lytheu. John I.arcnmbo. Jas l.pre, Capt Moran, Sunon Mailer, Uotit b Ma' i.*Uc, T S M tiler, Wn, Ma?1ii, W H ' 'JI Mortdy, W T Moore Thos 0 May, Peter Mollpn, Michael Ma*?i. M Merritt, John Maiiou, Joti Murphy, J M Morrison, John J M"*Ly. John ^ jr Martin, E H Maj">r, Daniel Monroe, Ciiaa McCoy. B M McDonald, Cha*F McGehcr, E McN'amara, Wm 8m!tla, John Sievena, John Ppnrtil, 6 W Rtrams, F T 8pindle, Fred Sunwdeu, Eiw Smith, Clias H Koloman, B Stan born, Asa 8toven*, A T Smith, A M Snyder, Asa P s-ijfart, Clemout _ . 1 ilshm.m, IT H Mervine, Card TTal Tin mpson, 15 K Tiiomaa, J V Thomas, John P Thonifwom, Lt B T' den, A H Tliompaan, a a Taibei t, Enoch E Wellborn, Zscl,'b Whe?1aa, William Wiihelin, WasUiCn ton Williams, Dr T H Wr-stray. T P Wortbiinrton, T J Woodwortli, Mr White, Micliaei Wood, Jari>-s H 1 Warren, John William*, John McCao*iand, C*pt Woodie, Isaac Jas Whistler, Jas A Mclntyre, J W Washburn, J C McMartin, Peter Walker, J Lee M'Lai.e, Col R W Wiiim.r., Hiram William*, Duke Wo. Jard, Clement Ward, C* Wi;?-r, Col Welia. henj P Watn^i, beiij T Writ-Li, a n Wigglus, A'freJ Youn?, Joa L Fitzgerald^ Edward McKamee, Stephen Wlll*on, Hnron Green, Alfred McCann, Parsed Gilkeson, D Win Mid W P Ulerson, Timothy McDeritt, Edward Gecr, barnl J Neale, Stephen L D Graham, J F M Co"i??ll, Parld ?iiliespey, Jotifa 6 Conuell, John tlaaea^ay, J M Owens, Jo* T (?aiisdeu, J M Osinan, Wm S ! Gilterson, Chas M Pearce, Tlio* INITIALS. r ?i-i-r of Bai.'a olSortii America; Cashier cf Bank al \ America; Box K. B ; II. F. J ; Turkish Cr,a??l Julys, 1844. ___ J A MKS P. E?KBET, P.M. JT^p. ij K W"A R U?gtrftyed away from^lhe oubacxiber on the 28th ultimo, a ainall red COW, ?ith fa<v, eye l?shen, and hind !eps white, a long ??it :h tail and ihort horns inelinini? together at the point. Any person bringing tbe said Cow to the corner cf 1st and M streets, cr piTinr intrrmation where she can br found, will retire the above tewtriL jy a?St* KPHRAIM B. COOBTRP. 25 CENT DAGUERREOTYPES. \"ousa amkhica is its pull bloom.? X Frofs Stewart and Btilta are still taking ihow I bt-sutiful Electcrine Daguerreotypes by tbe nc* , French proeese. Come one, oome all. we guarantee | to suit those who may gire us a call, on Penn^vlvt ? nia ar?nue, between 6 Ji and 7th streets, orer Oil man's Crag Store. We have two rooxs to relit on tbe aeoood floor, at j the eld Gallery ci Prof. J. J Woodbrldge. ir ?-it? EXTRA TRIPS TO THE WHITE HOUSE PAVILION, AND FORT WASHINGTON, On MONDAY and FRIDAY, JULY lQtb and Utb. Tli3 Steamers GEO. WASH J IN G TON or TI10S. COLLY EK wiU leave Wbsbington for th* above p'aetscn Mon day and Priday next. Leare Wa-hlngten at 4 and Alexandria at 4>| p. m., and ;eta?n to WashingtCin at 10 p. m. Pare round t;ip 50 e^ntr ; cLildieti balf pries. Tbe paasengera will lsnd at Port Washington and vi?w aiu noble Port*and then i?ro'-er J to the Wlilte doufe TaviHon, * Lion will be lighted up, where they will stay about two hours. Confectionary, Ice Cream, and Supper supplied (hr th.'s- that wifh it A good bjind of Mutdc to eujaard f-r both of the trirs. Leive the Lot and dusty city, and fpchd a ftw hours pleafantlv, >ou tr'.li not regret it. Cca<-he8*!:l Uke person* to and from tbe b>at. jT S-Ot SAM L GEDNKV,Capt. ANNIVERSARY EXCURSION CF THE NATIONAL GUARD, On THURSDAY, Jnly I3tb, 185*. I'lU NATIONAL GUARD respectfully asi oun'? to their friends and tie pub'ic facera It fat th?y fcaTC chartered the Btesmw GEO. WA8H1SG Toy, and will gire an ex -ursion t<? the WHITE IIOUSK on the occasion tf their Anniversary, July Uth, 186i. ' Tbe Steamer will lea re Georgetown at 1 o'clock p m., Washington at Navy Yard at 3>^ and touching at Al-xandria, arrive at the White House between 4 and 6 o'clock p. m. The company will there dUembark snu occupy the Pavilion, amnting Ihcmeelees la dtnciog or otberwi e until 11 o'clock, at which period the com pany will re-einbaxfc, arririrg !? Washington at a seasonable hour. Ihe company pkdge themselves to their kind pa trons to render this excutn'on ene cf the meat pleasant and agreeable character. KSPUTA'8 BAND, with suoerior Coti on Music, has been e*gaged for the ocoas.on. An experienced caterer has also been provided. The Military are requeetcd to appear ia uniftm. Tickets, admitting a genUem in aud ladies, ONX DOLLAR. ^ Committee of AjranfftmetiU. Capt Jss A Tuit, 8gt Jas K Johnson, Corp Wm 0 Drew, Corp Braxton, Corp B Q Graham, Jno ? Gl'l. Ucgh Haney. MT^ VERM HOTEL, ? ? ??? rk X a THIS spaetonc Hotel, htvlng a front of ?00 feet, and a wine of (04 lVet, with 4<r>0 rooma, and ac commodations r r *00 gucets, is now oomplete, anc o[en for tbe reception of visitors tor the cnoult g eeaacn. H Is delightfally located, convenient to the beach and all attractive plaoes of resort, and fur nished with new and elegant furniture, Baking ene of tbe noat airy, commodious, spacious, comfortable and desirable plaeee of reaort in tbe United Ptatea. The Lining Room of this Hotel ia to arranged that parties of tlx or nore persons can bare* U?r ?als served at separate tsMei and different boura, with out aadltlonal charge. A Pl?? RXSTaCiRART and OOHMOTIONARY ROOM8 are connected with the Hotel, when all tbe lnxuriee and delioeeiee eaa be obtain*d BECK'S PHILADELPHIA CORNET BAUD baa ben eegaged for the season, and flnaHy no patiHi or expense baa bean spared to provide every wmfort, convenient, ilred. 8* Be wOOmAS, Fropneicr. ii ?-? AMV8KMZSTS. NATIONAL TH EAT EE. Lut Il|ht EMo OM jEOBTAN ABSOCI ATHMi'B OBAND <XjNCIET, 8>f td?y Kr?i?lBg( J?ly 1854? A UAuHlFlCrJil &1LTKR QOBLKT, now ?ihlW'Jnjt at Gait A Brother*' ?r*e, will *? awar Jed ?? the T.nC npeav whitk the tmtwt bubi^t ef tiftrt*. ut?r or p^rotasaa Prof.wor Lev art, vpoa 5* Musioel Bella and kit nal-bratel &<?k Uarm< n'.can. tSoSS J mu*?, the unrivalled OovtoD and VofttHc*. f??m ! Li" #r,t ^ ?*}7 U)Cf*WIW to The Wasjunstux Hum *?-<-*?-.. . Mr. F. TTiiOT tt"~ admired Finns*. Mr! B Qtirr.tW IfpitM V<?jj? Mr. J amis Goixn, the Popalar Comic ?> fe* Mr. Ta?*rso?, th<: OrfsfciA ed P*y>r' N?H Pitaix, 'he Pnmler f* ^i^m-aa. Mr. IabMUA will prsaidu atjha Piano Forlu Mr. Kn-rra'l Oelabrat"*! Ban! fW perform?* the talent wfl bs announce* In th* MBfe of tha day. ?. Oa thi? oorMoa Ice Water ?ri he fta?Sr*-d throughout the houre. and Pim furolah d to U>? aiH'euce. Admi (ion only twenty-five cert* to all rarta ?? tLe bou*e ncfft (b<< or'Jmtri seals, wlleh *111 be fifty cents. Private Bc.xes anlv $4-i0. Ill* Box om.x mill be <pe-> from 10 a. ?. until <? p. m. on Saturday, when mats may be secured by Oi-x* whedwrra pool place Tickets may be procured ?t th > Music I'tore*. Uctela, and at th- Theatre during the day. JyT-2t? , Dn. alei b hatthewT Offers hia protest tonal servioe* U the penple of 0*or;et-W.i and i?s vicinity. Oft I* on High street, around door north or Dr. K dwlls Drug ri:ar*. if 7?lm* A LASOK qnaatlty of all Paat Of ?\_ Ac* Blaatlta, (aay from 3 to 6 t< n?.) for Ml" to ibe hlgheet biddtr. B 4f for ibem. (per lb,) will be reoeived at 0* Auditor's OBoe, Poet OBee Department until tbe 1st Areuft next ^ WM.F PHILLIP*, jy 7?ilw Att <\trr P. O D. FKENCB ELASriC "HlBBOIf for rndaralr?r?a, for aala at LAMMOSD*)*, Ttk at Jy 7?8t ? HA IK BKU8UES aLJ COilB? ii* grant ? artHy, for >al- at LAM%*0ND*F, Ttfc at. jy 7?3t __________ IAriE^' P1KSB PRESERVERS and oiled 811k j for *h1?* at I. AM MOSIV8, Tth *t jy 7?st FOR baltimore. ^ The Stenmer OSCEOLA will ra ?wg^Xiiuae her repiiar tripe to Bnlti idth ..d XCte^AY ^liiRNISf J, the litfa inrtast, at 7 oV.lftot ?*.t?f??ikA ? S?<ninlng, !par?i PaltlnK>re *T<rTf TKDR8PAT at 4 o'clork p. a>.?Ft-??ipiOT a' 1*onardttr?Ti. Md , ft. MaryV Rlrrr, MdH Ktaanle sn' C^&r lUTer, and the uscal laodlDg* on t*?? Kctr^- as. jr 7?Srn* J?a WircHKI.f ,C?t.t*?n. "pleasure trips. ^ Th<? PttaTc ra <ir,i R4K "?V AeiJINO or 'lllOMAS Ol.LTKP- n? be r'::?rt?r?*1 t'nr pubiis or Mit. t pnrtl?-? to *i It M. uct Vrrnon. Fort Wseblngton, Whit<? Hf?aae P**iJk)?i? or any ot!'?r tIicei on the Potoa- - r?Tt-r. The jeen-ry on the liver 1* very haniiarme. For pnrticular- apj ly to th* Pr^^ientol ti e Com pany cr the Captaibe of the B^te. fofcooli taken at reduoed pricea. JOB CORSoX, FAMUKL 0 ADMIT, jy ft?Cm Onpta.na L03T?On tLe 8i iiatant a aiik ivM&tL eontale ing between thirty and forty dol'Ma. Tbt ?avl? er will receiTe a liberal reward by iaavlni it at WU Urd> Hotel. ly 6?>1 MRS. en stb rtraet 1 door north of Pa. arenue, fans p<*Teral large a?l w. 11 fu-nl bed Fooma Just rarjted, anitaHe for fan iliea. AIao. s*reral R^idr, coltable w.a/l? gentle men, whieh *b* wffl let, with or without board. jy ft - Zi* ton and Ticin'.ty that ebe can be coamltrd oa the past, present, .ind future erenta, at her raatdeooe, "th strert, between Maryland avenue and D atre^t, west aide, Inland. Iler name ia on the dor r. La dles 35 oen< ?>?geot'emen 50. Hours frcm S in the m' rnitif? til! 10o'clock at right. jT f,?3t* undertaker. 0 O. WALL, Undertaker in all it# _ branch** FunernL- atteo led to at the abertort notice, In the be^t manner, and on the moot reasonable t-rm-. Seventh, between P and 1> atieeU Reddenre on 6, between E and F, north : id*. jv ft?eoSm Willi K aitd Colored Duck Coats, and mauy r ther i^shlanabV and doalrubid style*, received this duy, ani Stilicg at very low prleaa. A 1m, a large Ufortm>>nt of white and cokted earn mer Oood> in the piece, which we will make to crier 'n the l>eat manner, at much lew thfcn 'h* ucval city prkeA WALL k STkPIlENtS, next d x>r to the Iron Hall. Fa avtmne, between Sri. and 10th sta. jy 6?St (Intel, Newt) Ba*k ?fWuhlli?l6tt, i July 6th, 1WI. J THK Eoird of Tr'istees have vont of the pioflta for the iaft tix months) declared a divilend ol three per rent, payable to the ttorkhold*-r* on do maud. JOS. ALAMS, Ctsfcler. jy 5? nit QX REWARD.?Strajod or stolen fhan the an\> i ?rib?r abc at eix waeSs rinca, a dark bn!*alo OOW? i nich in h?? ear ro e&all a? not t> ht ?> tlced at &ret isigbt. Fhe can fee identified by tha ?ub<i?rlber, who liroe on 7?h ;Jt, between n ai>d I* street*. JAB. BIJnJL jy &-3t* . . $ REWARD ?S'Tayed or stolen frora the ftjb ?Jeeriber two weeks ago, a small red COW, with crumpled fcTn*, tip of her "tail and hind feet wH'e, no e*r mart? recollected, hhe *ar brought ?r>m one jf the lower counties of Maryland, and fb* nt? h?ve at:oaipttd to retnrn. Any jwrson wbowlll return h*r to me on 4th Etr?et, near High, Qeorew to? c, or Hive any information so that 1 can get her agtic, will receive the above reward. jT i?Ci? TTIOS. KMUMB. SUPERIOR CARRIAGE HOR8KF, *c?I bar?o? private (*'? :or a fc^ days a pair c? aupflf1 :<r Carriage ROUSES, and a hand? me open Carnage and Harness. Also, a See English Claren~. For rartlTilarR applv to J AS. C. Mital'IKE. AaCion and Uommiseion Me rhant. jy 6-d? I OB PRIST1NO NEATLY ASD EXPE DITIOUSLY EXECUTE?) AT TBE STAIT OFFICE. Frank leslik'8 i.\dik8' gazett* of PARIS, LONDON, AND M'W YORK PAFU 10X3 for Jnly. l'Lo great .llaatrated Mf^iaioe ct' Art f-r July Pi.'nam'it Ma??i"ne f :r Julv , Oraham'c and "odej'i .or July All the Weekly Ne*-p*; ."s t?>r tl ii week xvfc'ed Every ihing In the b:>ck aod ?Utl?nery liw kt sale. . Alt the New York dii;> papers ree^'^ed fWf evenirg at 7 o'clock. JOK -r,',,.LlNuT0N, IMeon Bu lining, corner * '4 st, anu i'a. avtnoa Jy 8-tf . .. ')' mi 1*6. I LABTnnSKs' U/.IK for ?ile en vrry tJ'J rleadug terms. JOI"A AFtJt ? 50V. Locinir.na avtn'ie. sear cat: er 10 t e'rtat. Jy 1?4tw* SCIICTTER K KABLERT? FRESOD DT'JOKATI n E nnd ?^er/ ue*:lpth - <* ORNAMEVIAL I'AINCING. P< nnrylvaaJa nus, south uie, hitwoen -cth and iith ftreets Wa-h!ngf>M. !). O KKEF COOL?KBL? CfNIL.?I beTa |?t r?vji\-d an^'b^r sn;ply ot fvim* I S^r> - O-KMKMS of L -'o ths-ee.d. tr- ?o and Shirts, lineu and cot'.- n Drawers unl Nigh: Mur? ? linen shirts to ord?r. For sale at redotad rrioei at * HOPKINS Gtjntlemen'e FurtiWilng Were, ccrnfcr 6?b street and Pa. avanoc, between Brown;' a~l the Natkna! HoteiA Jy l?lw JUST KKCK1VE1), Hnother Invoice ol ftna Arne ican WATCHES, (desigutd for railrrw agents and others who roe airs accurate tim* ?*?" ers ) AIbo, a floe assortment of rich koM Jewa!ry, ? * est styles, wbirh 1 am selling ftom i*0 to ao jec ft below the osnal n-tal! prioas o'ked at f^l ?r e?a> lisbmanta. tltrn of the I arge Spread Eagle, lei?" pylvanla avenue, let#. 4H and t th e?. jy 1?tf "? ? ARPKR'8 MAOAZIBB for July, sals at blllLLl SflTOSi B Bockefora uode>'s Ladr's Book tor July Knickerbocker Magaaine, do Graham'a Magaslne. do Blarkwood's Magaxice, do Aubrey, ? new b<<>k, by Jln>. Marsh Woman's Love, by Eugene faa Everything in the Book, Newspaper, AM 8m.w ery line for sele at 8HILLINGT0!r8 Bookstore. Oor. Pa. av. and at, Odeon Bniiotog Jy 1?tf AC AH D ?Or or before the 20th of this ?*tl ail of owr aeoonnU will ba rendered. Customers cannot imagine the pleesors *? "J ha suiting them In their purchase# whan they I*T aa aoon aa the Mil U presented Thoee that glva a* trouble to eolkot cannot expeet to mea t ?H* tas MM freer. Therefore wa respectfully request tb? kU will oome forward aad pay up, on or befora tks Lot ?f July, without nlae ng us at tha dhagraet-!* asoasilty ofaaodlng tot tha amount Je23-#t HALL A BKOZHXik