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In the hope of securing a wide Mid fen iral Advertising palroiiage,
the favor, of our friends !??? iusi rted I II further noch e at the fol?
lowing reduce.; rat--. *;/
for f.ach aoyertisemest or
Twelve fines or less (over si#t), . et?. ,
Do. Par euch subsequent insertion. l
Do. for Six insertions, or one week.* -
Do. for Twenty-live j .S3 OO
Longer Advertieemsuts at equally favorable rat--.
For Five line*, half tin- ibore rat.-; Two Im---, oue-fourth of
these rale*?payi . iscs ii mlvan e.
CHEAP AND FASHIONABLE GOODS.
CHEAP 'S5?V ?-ISO f?-s.It .tOG -oiid~.t:? , :.
rpHE sub* ribers would rcsspi ctfully call the aiteutiou nl the t.n
I dir? to their ch nd wel ted Stock of Dry Good-.,
which they offer for sale as cheap as am other establishment in the
City. Just received a bcautifnl assortment of Kail River and Mi rri
mavk Prints; from sd a I?.
Vork Tick,I-_Hamilton Stripes, I?.
Blew bed and brow u'd Muslin, from u! to 1-.
Blench damask Table Linen, fine quality, only 3.-6 per yard.
10-4 Muslin de Laiue Shawls, very tiiie,*oulv 5.'.,u(J.
CAII other G.I- equally low.
Please t>. call at :!t?; >.. ond street.
GORENFLO & UUTSCHER'S
m? \ w Chest p Dry Goodsi Store,
DEPOT OF FANCV DRESS ARTICLE!-.
SILK AM) >.\ I IN SCARFS, IND CRAVATS, iu n great varie?
ty of patterns. ('I.h A. Co's superior GLOVES, &i.. receiv?
ed by p i. nl arrival-, nr.- offered fur m.i- at rcasoualilc pr? es, bv
WM.T. JENNINGS, late Lyude .\ Jennings,'
?j-j;i Itrondway, Amerii in Hotel.]
Gentlemen may in ftituro depend it].finding ai this establishment
a geoaraaaortmeut of Fancy Dress Irticlc*, which will be offered ?I
inch prices as must offor inducements to purchasers in view of the
u-ual charges for tl.one style ..t' ;;.,.>.!?. m2l if
tv. a s. i: * teti t:.c. in <ii ??? -.t havi
ceived, ia additiou to their former large stock, lovera thousand dol?
lar! ?orth of Silks, Challii Mousseline <>?? I. me-. Bombazines, Tar
hour-, rh Ii Silk and Satin Shawls, British and French Printe,together j
with a great variety of Domestic <ioo.l-, selling at greatly reduced
price.. aSO if
ZGRISWOLD A CO. rc.-pectfulli inform their friends and the
I? publsv ilia* tin y In.ve removed fi.<in their oli! stand,9C Maiden
lane, to .V! Libert) . corner of Na-?au-?trcct, allere they will keep for
a)e, at tin: lowest market prices for cash, a general assortment oi ;
A.MLRU t*. AND FOREIGN
4-1. ".-I and ?!-! Canton matting
Ingi en carpeting,
They now offer f..r sale tili folio
40 bah * No. .'> i?1 10 ? .it..ii yarn,
SO do do il> lo 21 do ' do
20 do carp. t warp,
SOU do cotton ball-,
KM do do wick,
190 do do twine. Woolen yams
ISO do blk und white wadding Women d?
White knitting cotton i Turkeyrcd.do
Spool thread: ! BImo " do &c Sic. ml Im
L 5: S T E K , 51 iP i. !?1 ES S tV <; O.
ARK daily receiving from An-?tn-i anil ehewhrre enii-lr.rit -n-pte'.
of new and fashionublc STAPLE AND FANCY
?;<><:? ir-N. ? t wini cash re offered to country
and < ity niercliauu at unusually law prices for CASH. They invite
tbote win. wish to gel a great m my Goods for a saaall mho of money,
lo examine their present uiiequallod Stock. at? if
GERARD ?V E?ESrVCK,
No. Hi? S;?>-iii::?.1 :?-el.
TJITOULD RESPECTFULLY call theattc itiou ofLADJ-ES to their
f? slock of Dry Goods, comprisiug as great a variety of rich Silk
Goods a. can I?' found in Broadway, and . i much lower es. We
wiM endeavor to.rincc alt who may favor us w ith a call, that tie'
above ar.- f . t .? ?. rthy of uUentiou.
Uur assortment consists in part efthe fallowing nrticles, via :
Rich China Sisk- j Bombazines.nfevery description
Damask do., new style I Printed Lawn*, a superior article
Rich figured do. " j lush Linens
Wain, of all kinds [ Table Dam 1;
Black and tdae-black do. I French, English and American
Silk Shawls Calicoes', Jackouets, Cambrics,
Sslk s, ,ii. ! .Vc. Ac.
N. It.?J ii: i received, a superior article of Gambroons aud Crape
Cambiels. a27 Im
RECEIVED This Day, from am :ti iu, .00 pieces of new and very
rick Silks% just imported foi citytr.de, comprising a very desi?
Ladies wishia; in purchasesillts, can 'i . b) 11 lliog at 231 Grand st.
? large sI?n\ to make ?n ai solei lions fro i, ..? I the prices will satisfy
all who call of their chcapaoss. J. ?V. Si >. BARKER. a?O tl
4 SPLENDID VSSORTMEXT ?f Fr? ui I Intericaa Paper
A llaagiagsund Borders, foi oile at the Unite. . ? I- , r O i,?.
mg ai.d Hand !!?\ V\'arciii.l*c, CS CaaaS-stri :. . I"
rPurchasers u-e respectfutli invtfe.1 to call r.i ! examiae foi ttimn
?elves. Rooms prepared in th . t -t iHtit tcr.
BIO la JOSHUA BROWNE CTi. Cai i-'-.t.
FOR is PENCE, ril? I.ADiEni.
"*7"ES, for Eighteen pence you i in got a good Lineu iluudkercfaief
1 at EVANS* uen Lace Uosiery and G'ovo store. 216 Boarery.
That is the place for cheap Laces, Collars and GloVcs. H?sel?.,
Collar- 1... I.ace 1 cent mid upwards. Black l.a.e Shawl*, Veils,
Chantilia do., Mnslia do.. Cheap! Cheap'! Cheap!!! ni'.'Otu'
.vk? m-:;rj.\s. tuOOD?.
JOHN B. l'' !>.\!:v.. No. Ifd Broadway, coaaer Grand-street, hiu
jasti peu '.. and offi rs for s.i'-. ike following desirable Goods, at
fair , 11
Rich Printed Mousselin L lines;
. Plain and Satia Striped do.
Black and Pdae-black, Plaiu and Figured r?i!ks.
French, Ragtish and American Tunis.
Printed *.a?i.. aad Maslins.
SSilk iw '. a,a! Scarfs.
Scotch Gii? uns. Linens, Lawns, Long Cloths, Linen Cambric
Haadkcrc!iicfi He cry. Gloves. ,V.e., Sic,He. aST lm*
pHKAP STOCK AND ?KADV .isa??!-: ! IM N
V MAM FA I TORY.?The subscriber would rearnecaull) call the
attention of his friends :?? bis entire NEW STRING assortmentof
Stocka, Scarfs, Read) Made Lineas and Pocket Handkerchiefs', all of
which a- : - new |j purchased far cash, aud pledges himself to v? as
low a- any other >i>.r. in the i ty.
SA.Mt KL Toil!!ANS. 281 Hudson-stroct
N. B.?Stocks, wholesale, at reduced prices. ml??w"
IUEE1 3.NGS, S8ElKTiN?S AND CALICOES.
T\0MJ STli - lliag at low prices at J. W. a S. BARKER'S
-> SSI (.....
Sheetings \, .? I arid . 6d Vcrv hcaw,8d. 11 yard wi.!.- ',().!. Fine
ions Shiriiwjs, Vd Very <i:a . I0sl. M'-tr: aai k, Dover, and Fall Ri
?er Prints, ui, ?d, lOd and 1- j M >?.->!, warranted !"a-l colors; a-'-' if
fO ARPE Tl N <S?The Snbscriber woald e.-.j?
V" ftnt r-.-:,his frien I? and np-towa Deouleinpartick/fir. that he ?
has-oa hawt.at 2*6 Hadaoa, : ttween King and Hanuuerslei trset^a
very m-at aial well,1a..,,.,....,.. . ?f Carpet-, which in consc
o^Mct oi r duo .1 espi uses he i ac afford to sell at prices that caaaol
rail to give siti ? a t tbi ta it ccouo cat cojik isn set
w j:?-. Ti. st j. i ?/.
MTLLINLRY AX? . VNCY STORE. No. ICC \V,i:
"ear Beekman. Ladies DRESS CAPS, made lo order ; Crimp
work foa.ur.tly_ on ban.lor made at the shortest notice. ma* tm 1
1 'GKE?X KAKGAINS are given m DRY GOODS at
B-OtKER'S, in Grasd street. All .a want of good and cheaa Goods
will do well ta try this noted ibti iment a20 tf
i 'EN-rs.?? ?::??:*? -si ??*n:!i ?atn.-i..
VT sttruw Hals o.' every desenpuoa cleaaed or .lveO. and pressed a
fashionable shapt. L. P!GNOLJST*S lh,-c r.-iVai.-h^.-t.
tag) 1 ?? Xo_ __ *",::'' '>'> o*"*b**? I'carl -t.. n.?? Chatham.
riiAXit.:: KNIVES ANSI PORKS.?A ipli
l sorlmcnt, Just re. ? .< ed 'rein the m inufai lures at Sheffield, En?
gland, : nd for -.uc a: miu.ual low prices, at the Hardware >te.. . 96
PKIN'M'.'I) LAW Si! lora aadParisma.
nulactur- at e t >?? nee. at
a23 BIRDSaLL a BURROUGHS. 150 Grand ?t. cor? C .tr-.
MATTING -At ? ..I v. n'. price*, not? ithstaading the e?i
alCaoion. a general asoortment, s-t. 5-4 and C-t at ISBGra
(t. cor. of Centre, b) BIRDSALL a bfrr- m ?il>>. .-??
6| REEACI3ED SUEETINC peryard.ai
~- * ait BIRDSALL it BURROUGHS. 138 Gras-' cor. C>mw.
tLEikCIIED ! uTblea a..: Refined WhaU Oil ia lot? m
? : bv E W. VAN V0ORH13,145 Froat-sf- uuN
? f ?le-ire you to nndcrxteuid t.'t?- true pi
to <;?:>Ti.?:-i : \ of TASTE
\D FASHION.?MAGNE, TAILOR, 176 WILLIAM-STREET,
. j, re-peeu'ul!y announces W the geiitleinen of New--York that he i.
permMiently located as above, where, be fiatt ?-- himself that, b it iug
? mid .fiiT.-.l yar- personal experience in the French Metropolis, aud
devoting hb personal att ntion to his u.,:k. he will be able to mak<
I rASHioKASLE CLOTHt.vc as cheap for cash iuvariably, anda?
j uerieel a- can In- procured ni tie- Cnuotiy. Thankful fur past favors,
j he -"licit.- a coatiueaocc of patronage. rc27
MOYT'S FAWIIIO.NAHJ-E taii,ok[\n ;;?.
TABLISHMENT, X... 1-1 WituaM-sTaEET, .???? .j..,. from
Spruce-street, New-Yoi k. Gentlemen wishing! lottics ?ill !?? furnish
ed at the following low prii es.?Warranted to lit and equal in work
man-hip to nay establishment in the city. A call from all those who
wi-li to purchase will be thankfully received.
Dress Coats, from.11 to j-j i Pantaluous, from.StoSlO
FrockCoaU.It: ?? 25 Vests.-J ?? ' ?
t'oai- made ami triuuncd in the first stj le ;
Dress Coats, from.7 tu$11) Pantaloons, from....... 1.50 to $2
Frock Coat-.3 '? 1 1 1 Vest..f.,,21 Ire} ..l-Vi ? -j
?":-:n.'L <? < i>5*.
VT the Old Stand, in Grand- ti -t. No. Ml, 11. P. OSRORN &
BROTHER buva always ou i an I a well selecte I assortment nl
Cloths, Ca?imere. and Vesting?, which on the above terms tnev will
make un iiim ("oat-. Pantaloons and Vests, at a price w hieb must thay
ibiuk) secure a -.mil call. Their work shall be done by the l?--t of
workmen, ami they do not intend to bo a wldt bebmd.the liest in
style. Both department* ufuiuking and cutlin? being ntteoded to l?v
them personally, tbey arc ccriuiu of giving -atisfaction to t.'i. .? hi
may e ill. They will mak fine Coats from ?3 to $14, oflilue, blue
black, and nH tin- fancy colored Cloths; ami super tine Dreis and
Frock Coats, from ?15 to Sj?'l, from the liest nt wo?l dyed Saxony,
Imperial, blue, biso black,olives .-ml invisible green,andall the other
fancy shades of Wu-t of England Cloths, which are selected with a
particular reference t.Hing for cash.
Ai-o, Cassimerc Pantaloons, from fine to extra fine, for $5 to 83 50;
Vests, from ?1 to
Cutting will!.??? attended to personally by one of the firm, who will
devote especial ' are to it- beins done well.
If. P. OSBORN i BROTHER, B I., Put and Willet at
nilO -ill (iiaiel?t.. inaction ofEnsi Kr-wlwav.
?4IHEBICAN TASTE A?AS.\S'f I'OICEHi.N
A. HUMBUG.?FOLWELL & BREVOORT, Merchant Tailors,
No. 92 Fulton-street, between WHIium and Gold-sire :-. ta! the
present opportunity of informing their customers aud the public,
that they have just received u supply of West of England and French
Cloth. Also, a burse selection ol single milled doe-skin'. Cossiinercs,
London Twesde, Gambroous, Brills, fee, Sic. Also, a large varieu
of Vestrti's, superior iu quality and patterns to ao> the} have ever
ottered, all (elected from the latest importations.
They wi-u it to be understood thai tbeirbusii.is conducted ex
clusii'ely mi the Cash principle, and dial they do not promise to take
offfiAccn, twenty or twenty-five peri ent.,butou examination, it a ill (>.?
found tltat ilu-ir prices are less thaw ttrat m ke -licit pretensions,
for lin y -re compelled to Heir;;,- at an en irmous rate to in .k- the dis>
count; but any body with cuiainon r>-. in ??? thai l- only
a bait to catch tho public, which ihey feel above usinc
A couple of first rot pantaloon makers wanted. minim
rTIHE Subscriber having opened tie' -t ii ? :". Bow en a- a fashion
I. able Tailoring Establishment, oners 10 his I*.Is aid the Pub?
lic a very mpeiioi usrortincnt of Spring G.!- of die latest style,
ninth In- warrants l" tit to the laste and Ih-liioti of .-.!| who fa\,,r
him with their patronage. ROBERT A. BOUTON.
ThcCuttiug Department i? superintended by XI'. Char Us Bouton,
formerly of the firm ofGray St Bouton. A good assortment of ready
made Clothing always on h.i I. a?tmlni
\terchant TASXOR, B?J FULTON-STREET, has
- ?j on band well selected assortment of Cloth.*, Casrimcres ami
Vostings, suited to the season, which In- offers to make up for the
public generally in lie- very best :. anuer, at extremely low prices for
Cash ou delivery. a?tkly
CTSTABI.fSH.WENT ibrG .? .,. ?:- of :i- t quality" r. a
5 J Ay madi. 229 Broadway, American Hotel. The -an,.- will be
found of great convenience to Cm.:. . and Strang? n in ? ases of
emergency ni.ii reijuire first rate articles. \VJI.T..JENNINGS,
a'-'l I.ate Lyude .V Jennings.
fib HATS! HATS!!
gB C. WATSON rcspe tfulli remim!? In- customers ami the
^^jj public generalit, that he h - a full nupply of Fashionable
Ilia-, oft;,.- D'OrsayjNitl re. as ?eil a. other models, to suit
-tature and ta.-te, at tin-old .-: iblislied prii ?. \u. S.Ik. 52,50, Xfole,
$:t. Nuti it. >::.:??>. * id Heaver, ?'? '..*.'. wfiii h are 25 per cent chea| er
taau the -arm- quality cnabe I.else* here. The regular im re: -.?
to In- li-: ofcustoim r> f r the lasl three years, bears ample leatiinony
in ile-ir quality and dunibilitv.
WATSON, IM Cha?iam-st. and ICO Bowery.
N. B.?Al-o. tin- most extei ?ortincut ??( CAPS of every
description to be found in the City, ai ?<.- corresponding.
Wholesale dealers are particularly invited to look at his Stock of
Rats aud Caps while purclursing, and tie assures them that every
article i- thoroughly inspected | revions fodclivery. m?3iH
f'o.X.'.XT K. Pasbiouabhi Hat Establishment, No. 2s0 Grand
W street. New-Vorlc m233m"
< i>.'Ki; a.\b sv7:;:.
!.\ the buildiiis known as tin- CO
LU31BLVN MAI.I.. ??3 Graml -ip-. :.
tli' mo t spaci .a- wholesale and retail
'?.\\ SALEts ROO.X1 ill t?c Dulled States,
$??' vC" ~ hirgest aud best selected
* ? ? v meat ofLadies", 11.staudChildi
_^fe-?. SHOES exclusivnl . in all their varie
-ss}-?--. :-T^4VvissS t: ? of patter;., ? tb. ..d-.r.
?-?9 aud mutcrial usuall; called lor. of our
own manufacture. Wo noul inform Uiose ladies ? im mo ?? formerly
been compelled to go :?? Broadway and elsewhere; that tiny ate undrc
the necessity ufduin: no longer; ami we unite them to "come and
see." and - ;v. fi.-in tw?toeis .i slli?uiff.? p r pair, an.; be better Ben ed,
without ihe tie'i-- anil ilisappohilments attemling being measured;
\V e-,\ .i !.! I e say. that having iroin 2 tu SOU persons iu nur em
-toy, ...i;:i baviiigbccj far a camber of year* the largest manufacturers
in Aitiericri. thattmr work i- well known, approved of and KOiight
ef-- r.... e-.e.vin. cwheregoodw -.>!?;. The crlheens of News
*; o.'.. >'. eokjyn, \\':i.. ;n. h, and the nurrounding country, arc re
sjiectl.i.Ty iicd lo call ai?l examine i?r themselves. Wholesale
ud etui ??? i.-.-j for cYty uud country trade, will find it to their.ad
vantigi* to caU Isefaro purchasing, as not only quik'ty and quautity,
but pri< ? -'. II make it a great iuducehicnt
alii til S.MITH. BKISTOLL .t HALL.
C [itEAP AM? ?cjod.
I? ' t.I v :. . ?. ?,; to i- t }'. ??- :..< Sh . - of the best quality
JS[ and late i fashions harr than !: ire hitherto been offered in the
"city, ? |il. call at the CLINTON ii IOT AND SHOE
MARKET, No. 201 Caaal-itreet, northeast corner of Hud.-street;
where an 1-e found .dm >-t evcrj thing in t n Boot and Shoe lire,
cheaper than ever. Laities, you can get Gaiters, Buskins, Wulking
> hoes a.. I Slips ..: ? mi at. ?>,' all . ol-is a.id kinds,. uimble
for the spring and summer "ear. cheap as t!i- cheapest and good as
the best. Couutry merchants are solicited to cull aud examine our
-t... k ofj?oods bef re purchasing elsewhere.
N. n.?Don t forget ti..- name an.! number, 1 Canal-street nerth
past corner of Hudson-street A. KNOX A- CO. mil Im
?r TUE IS RE AT CATHARINE KciOT &
te S1H >E MARKET, 73 Catliariue-street, corner of Mi iroe,
J? SCKIBNEi: i n. would iuform the i ....... of New-York,
Brooklyn, and t esnrroundi - couatry, that they have opened
the absve store, with Boots and Shoes
Enough to supply half the Nation,
The Cheapest and Best imill Creation.
Ladies; you can tin! at this store a splendid issortmeni ofblack and
colo.nl ii .itnr-, ti) e,; Cloth I'.askiss, Morocco, French Buskins, Slip?
pers and'Tics, at about tH .-tlurds tl.a pri^e usually asked for the
Gcntlsnncn, yi a too ean find a splcniid nssortmei t of st.mt am! fine
Boots; Brogans, Sltoes :-...d Pusips. toicthcr wiili any quantity of
Boy-'. X! ? ? ?' and l iii i en*s Boots auJ Shoes, all of which will be
sold lower than the samenrticlcs were ever mid ?erore. Come one,
cone a!!, and examine foryourselvi -?
Please r>- rolle?: t int t;::s -t^.r.- : ? ":'. Catharine, corner of Monroe
street, the first con.. ;? below l.vtd .V Taylor's, and next ilie.r to ilad'=
^urre Dry Goods store
N. K?Ct.try merchants aud other- in the tra le, ?'ho wish to buy,
(cheap for cash) ? uuld cu weil lo call boforr; they purchase else
>.::'.-.' EST iBL8S20IEXTS.
OLD BOSS RlCHAltDS has just opened twoofthe most
:.. ?:, :.,: it....- .. ... ? a le -ten: ;?, the City?one at ."XX> Gr.-e;:
wich, coruor Spring, and one at -~'\ Caaal'sstreet, with all new
goods?bcst qu :t> and clioapc t in the Unit d States. All who want
the real genuine, ai ::: greatest bargains ever heard ot, will ri ve
the ok! chip a i i. fortf-wilh. _m4 tf
1 big window.
HURRAH FOR THE BIG WINDOW ofChatham S..
So. 174, one door belo? Mott-street; where OLD l!'.i<S
RICHARDS has fitted np an . legnnt ; -re. Glind ??> Ith the aie-t
el<urahtBaotsar.dShoc?,oR the ueu and upleadid glas? f-ont plan.
All who admire his taste, ia preferonce to ft. open, baru - f :n. will
easily find 175. Ladies, pira.-c look lo Ulis, and ifyou . .!'. the ren
llcmea will call also. _ " ' 1 lu"_
Ml I. taE R & is: k>E, -xst-vs i-; E?s,
COACH \N!> ?'\:'. L.VMV >L\NI . iCfl It
S?". > Elm. between WalRer and CaBa!?trrei?.
/ ?OACH W SHOW l ISE HOI LDING, oi ? . . . ? , ; .m
? ' Also,Saddlery and MUitarj Cap 35ounliug; ?. '.. If mb
1 bonds, Holster Tips, r.ridle Fronts; and ever; otief ... i d ? tu i >ie
line attended to with neatness and despatch.
! N. B.?Silver Plated and brass D?r Plates. Also. CaurvJ? pe?
; Number Plate- ui^de and engraved ;t : le siutrti i ?? i ? ?
mlglw* MILLER Si CRANE. IQ? El u -ir-t. V V.
ROLLED GERM v.\ SILVER.
TASK. <:. KOFFET. 121 Prince .-tr.-t. ne r \v. ? ?ouW
I J Uruk Iv cat! the ti.a: of Ha d ?a-e D- ak - in I *?'.cturen
? io bi- supi rioc article - fGenn m Sdv- r. w aich te oSWrs '...r sale whole
j ale And n a.-: of dl '? ? t. ..... .. .?.d srarraats Uequal to jiV. rtthei
? Foreqruor Domestic,fvr aadaoAaexi. a?2tf
I I SB
-inriple. of the (^orfr.Tii? ?. I ? i?'i :!.etn carried
SW-YORK, WEBA'BSDAY, MAY *2<>, I?
B .\n a i; v li r d g k.
~i Xra ~"'cvt. bn 3Jo:.
[t was for the moment an inexpressible relief to Dollv,
to recognise in the person who forced himself into the path
-(? abruptly, and now .-mod directly n her way, Hu';li of
t!ie Maypole, n hose name she uttered in a tone ot" delighted
i surprise that cam- from her heart.
" Wan it you V ehe said, " how gl?d I am to see you !
; and how conid yon terrify me so !"
I In answer to which, he said nothing at a!!, but stood
I quite still, looking at her.
"Did ycu come to meet me V* asked Dolly.
Hugh nodded, mi '. muttered something to tlie effect thiU
he bad been waiting for her, and had expected her sooner.
" I thought it likely they would send," raid DoLy, great
: ly re-a.-stired by this;
" Nobody sent me," was his sullen answer. " I came of
i my <?wrt accord."'
j Th- rough bearing of this fellow; and his, wild uncouth
i appearance, had often filled tit- girl with vague apprehen
I sion even when other people were by. aiul had occasioned
t her to shrink from linn involuntarily; Tue hai tng him for
an unbidden companion in so solitary ^ place, wilh the
da.lt i"ss ft-; _M'h -riiiir ah >nt th m. renew: d and even in?
creased tit- alarm she had felt at titst.
If his manner had been merely dogged and passively
fhrce, as usual, she would have had uo greater dislike to
' his company than she always felt?perhaps, indeed, would
; have been rather glad to have had him at hand. But lb re
? ivas something of coarse, bold admiration in his look, which
; terrified her very much. Hie olanced tin.idiy towards him.
I uncertain whether to u.r> forward <>r ret teat, and tie stoi <i
gazing at herlike a handsome satyr; and so they remained
f. r some short lime without stirring or breaking silence.
At length Dolly tool; courage, shot past him, and hurried on.
"Whyd?you spend so much breath in avoiding me
; i Hugh, accommodating his pace to heis, and keeping
close at her side.
?? I wisii tu gel hack as quickly as I can, and you walk
too ne.ir tue,"' answered I'oily.
" Too near!" said Hugh, stooping over her so that she
could feel his bp-ah upon her forehead. '* Why too nesr'
Von "re always proud :.. me, mistress."
?' I am proud to n:> one. You mistake me," answered
Dolly. " Fall hack, if you please, <>r go on."
Xay. mi.-tress," h>- rejoined, endeavoring to draw her
arm through iiis. " 1 'Jl walk with you."
She released herself, and clenching her little hand,
struck him with right good will. At this .Maypole Hugh
burst into a roar of laughter, and passing his arm about her
waist, held her in lus strong grasp as easily as if she had
been a bird.
" IIa ha ha ! Well done, mistress: Strike again. You
shall heat my face, and tear my h iir, and pluck my beard
! up by the roots, and welcome, for the sake of your brigkl
eyes. Strike again, mistress. I1". Ha ha ha! Mike it."
" Let me go," she cried, endeavoring with both her
hands to push him off! "Let m- go this moment."
" You had as oo-i.j he ;,, Swe-tlips." .-aid
Hugh. " You had, indeed. Come Tellmenow. Why
are you always so proud ! I do n't quarrel with you for it.
[ love y?u when yott;'re proud. Ha ha ha! You can't
hide your beauty from a poor fellow; that's a comfort!"
She gave him no answer, but as he had not yet checked
h r progress, continued to press forward as rapidly as she
could. At length, between th ? hurry she had ma.de, her
terror, and the lightness of hi< embrace, her strength failed
her. :in'i she could go no further.
"Hugh," cried the panting air!, "good Hugh: if you
will leave me 1 will give yen anything?everything I have
?and never tell etn won! of this to any livinn creature ."'
"You had best nor," he answered. "Harkye, little
dove, you had best not. All about here know me, and
what I dare do if I have a mind. If ever you are going to
tell, stop when the words are on your lips, and think ol the
mischief you 'li bring, if you do. upon some innocent heads
that you'would n't wish to hurt a hair of. Bring trouble
on me, and 1*11 bring trouble and something more on th m
in return. I c.ire no more for them th m for so many duos :
not >" much?why should I! J \i sooner kill a man than
.t doj? .my dny I 'v- ii--.ei !...,?:; sorry fora man's death in
all my life, and have for a dog's "
There was something o thi roughly savage in tin manner
of these expressions, arid the looks and gesture- by which
they were accompanied;, that her great fear of " him gave
her new .-tr- ngtli, I enabled her by a Stiddien effort to ex?
tricate herselfand run fleetly from him. But Hugh was as
nimble, strong, and swift i : foot, as any man in broad Eng
land, and it was but a fruit! :ss espv'diture of energy, ler li ?
had her in his encircling arms again before she had gone a
j "Softly, darling?gently?would you fly from rough
Hugh, that loves you as well as auv drawing-room trat
j laut I"
?? I would," she answered, strugglingto free herself again.
, ?? I will. Help!"
" A fine for crying out," said Hugh. " Ha. ha, ha ! A
fine, pretty one, from your. lips. I pay myself! Ha, ha, ha!"
?? Help! Help ! Help,! " As she shrieked with the ut?
most violence she could exert, a shout was heard in answer,
I and another, and another.
?? Thank Heaven '" cried the girl in an ecstacy. " Joe.
dear Joe, this way; Help ? "
Her assailant paused, and stood irresolute fur a moment,
but the shouts drawing nearer and coming quick upon
them; forced him to a speedy i .sum. He released her.
whispering with a menacing look, "Tell him; and see
what follows!" and leaping the hedge, was gone in aa
instant. I tolly darted off, and fairly ran into Joe Willet's
?? What is the matter ! are you hurt 1 what was it 1 who
was it ' where is he ! what was he like !" with a great
'? many encouraging expressions and assurances ol safety,
wer ? the first words Joe poured forth. But poor little Dolly
! was so breathless and terrified, iii it for some time she was
quite unable to answer him, and hung upon his shoulder,
. sobbing and crying as if her .heart would break.
! Joe had hot the smallest objection to have her hanging
on his shoulder: no, not tho least; though it crushed the
cherry-colored ribbons sadly, and pat the Stuart little hat
out of all shape, i'.:: h< could n't heir to see her cry -. it
wen: to very hi :.t He tried to console her, bent over
her?some say kissed her. but that's a fable. At any rate
he said all the kind and tender things he could think of.
and Dolly let him go on and did n't interrupt him once, and
\ it was a good ten initiates before she wis alls to radse. her ]
j lw ad and tl;..r.k him.
?? Win: was- it that frightened yon ' " said Joe.
A man whose person was unknown to her had followed
her, she answered : he jegan by begging, and w<.nt on :><
: threats of robb :?>. which he was on the point oi c irryi: c
! into execution, and would have executed, but for Joe':.
timely aid- Th- h-.:t.ition and confusion with which she 1
J said this. Joe attributed to the fright she had sustained,
; and no suspicion of the truth occurred to him for a moment.
"Stop when the words arc oa your lips." A hundi
i times that night, and very often sib rw .. I, * b m the dis
j closure was rising to tier tongue. Dolly though; of that, and
repressed it. A deeply rooted dread of the nun ; the con?
I viction that his ferouicus c.tare. once roused, would stop
j at nothing: and the strong assurance that if sac impeached
j him, the full measure of his wrath and vengeance would
' be wreaked on Joe, who had preserved her : t.ie-e were
considerations she had not the courage to overcome, and
inducements for secrecy too powerful for her to surmount.
Joe, for his part, was a great deal too happy to inquire
j very curiously into the matter; and Dolly being yet too
j tremulous to walk without assistance, they went forward
j very slowly, and in his mind very pleasantly, when Dolly
, stopped suddenly ana with a bait scri am exclaimed,
i " The letter! "
1 " What letter *" cried Joe.
" That ? wis carrying?I had ;: in my hand. My brzee
nothing tum r."?Ii.-:.
?? li<i you mean jost now !"' said Joe.
" Either I dropped them tuen, or they were Taken from
me,*' answered Dolly, rainly searchmg her pocket and rust
ling her dress. " They are gone, both gone. What an ;:n
happy girl I am !" With these words poor Dolly, who to
j do her justice w :.? quite as sorry tor the loss ot the letter
, is tor her braceltt, fell .1 crying again, and bemoaned her
t :te mo-t movingly
Joe tried to comfort her with th- assurance that dir- < tly
he had housed he.- safely tn the Maypole, he would ren:z?
:?? the spot with a lantern (for it was now quta* dark) and
! make stri-: search for th- missing articles, when there was
? great probability of his finding, as it was not likely tint
anybody had pa.-.-ed that way since, and .-he was not con?
scious of their haying b< en forcibly taken from her. 1 oily
thanked him very heartily for his offer, though with it"
_rre;i! aope of his quest bein? successful: and so, with many
lamentations on her side, and many hopeful words 0:1 bis,
and much weakness on tke part of Dolly, and much tender
supporting on the part of Joe. they reached the itfaypolt
bar at !.-..-', where the locksmith and his wife and old John
were yet keeping high festivals,
Mr. WiC.-t received the intelligence of Dolly'? trouble
with that surprising presence of mind and readiness of
speech for which h ? was so eminently distinguished above
all other men. Mrs Vardcn expressed her sympathy for
tier daughter's distress bjrscol in: her roundly for being
so late ; and the honest locksmith divided himself between
condoling with and kissing Dolly, and shaking hands heart?
ily with Joe, whom he could not sufficiently praise or thank.
In reference to this I-itt-r point, old John wm far from
agreeing with hi: friend ; for besides that he by no means
' approved of an adventurous spirit in the nbstract. it occur?
red to tum that if his son and heir had been seriously dama?
ged in a scuffle, the consequences would assuredly have
been expensivi and inconvenient, and might perhaps have
prove.! detrimental to the Maypole business. IVhercf?re,
i and because he looked with no favorable eye upon young
girls, bur rather considered that they and the whole female
sex were a kind of nonsensical mistake on the part of Xa
1 iure, he took occasion t" retire and shake his head in pri
: vate at th- boiler: inspired by which silent oracle, he was
moved to give Joe various stealthy nudges with his elbow,
as a parental reproof and gentle admonition to mind his
own business and not make .1 fool of himself.
Joe, however, took down the lantern and lighted it; and,
arming himself with a stout stick, asked whether Hugh was
in the .-table.
'? ile's lying asleep before the kitchen tire, sir," -aid Mr.
; Willst. " What do you want with him I"
" 1 w.mt hint to come with me to look after this bracelet
and letter," answered .1.I! .!!??.1 there ' Hugh ! "
Dolly turned as p ile as death, an I fell as if she must faint
forthwith. .Vie r a few moments, Hugh came staggering
in, stretching himself and yawning according to custom,
and presenting the appearance of having been roused from
, a sound nap.
" Here, sleepy-head," said Joe, giving him the lantern.
"Carry th..-, and bring the dog, ami thai small cudgel of
yours And woe betide the fe?'low if we com- upon him "
"Whit fellow?" growled Hugh, rubbing his eyes and
" What fellow!" returned Joe, who was in a state of
ureat v.dor and hustle ; "a fellow you ought to know of,
?and he more alive about. It's well for the like of you,
: lazy giant that you are, to be snoring your tint-' away in
chimney-corners, when honest men's daughters can *: cross
even on'- quiet meadows at nightfall without being set upon
by footp tils, and frightened out of their pr-cioiia lives "
"They never rob me," cried Hugh with a laugh. "I
I have go: nothing n lose. Bui I *d as lief knock them at
head any other t-: tn. Hou many arc then- !"
"Only one," said I ?oliv, tor everybody looked at her.
"And what was he like, mistress !" said Hugh with a
1 glance at young Willi :, so slight and momentary that the
' scowl it conveyed was lost on ail hut her. " About my
; heigh' '"
" Not? not so tall," Dolly replied, scarce knowing wh.it
" Hi- dresSi" said Hugh, loi king at her keenly, " like?
like any of ours now ? I know all the people hereabouts,
and maybe could give a guess at the man, ii I had anything
' to guide me."
Dolly faltered and turned p tier yet ; then answered that
he was wrapped in a loo.-.- coat and lud bis face hidden by
a handkerchief, and that she could give no other descrip
I tion of him.
You won] la-'1 know^hrra if you saw him then, belike !"
said Hugh with a malicious grin.
" I should hot," answt red Dolly, bursting into tears ::gain.
?? 1 don t wish to see him; 1 can't bear to think of him.
i.::.': talk about him anymore. Don't go to look for
these Tiling--. Mr. Jol-, pray don':. I entreat you not to go
with that man "
?? Not to .mi with me ' " cried Hugh. " I'm enough for
them all. They 're ill afb.td of o.e. Why, bless you, mis?
tress, I've the tenderest heart alive. I love al! the ladies,
ma'am," said Hugh, turning to the locksmith's wife.
Mrs Vardeh opined that if he did, he ought to be asham?
ed of himself ; such sentiments being more consistent (sc
-in- argued) with a benighted Mussulman or wild Islander
than with a stanch Prot? slant. Arguing from this imper?
fect state of his morals. Mrs. Varden further opined that he
had never studied the Manual. Hugh admitting that he
never bad, and moreover that he couldn't read, Mrs V?r?
den declared with much severity, that he ought to l.e ever,
more ashamed ot himseil than hefore, and strongly reenm
men led him to save up hi-- p tcket money for the purchxse
of on-, and further to teach himself the contents with all
convenient diligence. She was still pursuing this train of
discourse, when Hugh, somev.ii.it unceremoniously and
irrevi rently, followed his young master out, and left her to
edify the rest i; the 1. mpany. This she proceeded to do.
an : finding that Mr. kVillet's eyes were fixed upon her with
an appearance of deep attention, gradually addressed the
whole of her discourse to him, whom she entertained with
a moral and theological lecture of considerable length, in
the conviction th.it great working- were taking place it: his
pirit. The simple truth was, however, that Mr. Willet,
although his eyes were wide open and he saw a woman
hefore him whose head by long and steady looking at seem?
ed to grew higgorand bigger until it filled the wi>o!e bar, j
was to ali other intents, .md purposes fast asleep; and so sat I
leaning back in hi.- chair with his hands in his pockets until j
his son's return caused him to wake up with a deep sigh, |
and a tci.it imj r-s^ion that h- bad been dreaming about
pickled pork and greens?a vision of his slumbers which
era no d ubtreforableto the circumstance of Mrs.Varden's
:. -.\; ? g , .-. v pronounced the word " Grace" with much
emphasis : which word, entering the portal.-1 i Mr. Wii.et's
bra .- th y stood ajar, and coupling itself with the words
" hefore meat," which were there ranging about, did iu j
time susgesj . ; trtfcularkind:of meat together with that
description of vegetable which is usually it= companion.
The search, was wholly unsuccessful. Joe had groped
along the path a do>ten times, and among the grass, and m
:n- ?!.--. ... : .:: the hedge-, but all in vain. L liy.wbo
was quite inconsolable for her loss, wrote a note to Mi.<>
Haredale, giving her the same account of it that she nad .
dvehat the Maypole, which Joe undertook to deliver as
I,',., as t te (amilj n - re stirring next day. That done, they
. wn ' ? : in the : ?'- '-her- there was an uncommon
ui-a!a.y of buttered toast, and?in order that they might not
grow tu at f r n int of sustenance, and might have a decent
halting-place or half-way house between dinner and supper
?a few savory triries in the shape ot great rashers of broil?
ed ham, which being '?'?'? H-cured, done to a turn, and smo
' - _,, forth a tempting and delicious fragrance.
Mrs. Vardbo was seldom very Protestant at meals, unless
it happened that they were under-done, or over-done, or
indeed" :hat anything occurred to put her out of humor, i
H-t spirits roseconsider-ibly on beholding these goodly pre- :
parallel-, and from th- n.thingness of good works she
passed to the somethirgsess of ham and toast with great
c> F FI C E \0. o? A K N -S T .
XOI.. I. KO. to.
cheerfulness, Nay, under the influence of these wholesome
? stimulants, she iharplyri proved her daughter for being low
and desp ndent; (which .-he considered an unacceptable
i frame of mind.) and remarked, as she held her own plite
tbi -i fresh .-u; ply, that i: would be well for Polly, who
pined ov< r the loss of a toy and a sheet of paper, if .-he
would reflect upon the \' luntary sacrifices of tke m:ssion.i
rfes in foreign pans who lived chiefly on salads.
The proceedings ol such a day occasion various fiuctua
: tions in the human :::erm meter, and especially in instru?
ments so sensitively and delicately constructed as Mrs. Var
! den. Thus, at dinner Mrs. V. stood a: summer heat; ge
: ninJ. smiling, and delightful. After dinner, in the sunshine
ol the wine, she v. en: up [east half a dozen degrees, and
was perfectly enchanting. As its elicit subsided, she fell
rapidly, wi nt to sie n for an hour or so a: temperate, and
awoke a: something !>< low freezing. Now Aw was at sum?
mer heat again; in the shade : und when tea was over, and
,>!.: John, producing a bottle of cordial from one .of the
, oaken cases, insisted on her sipping two ?.Lesses thereof in
slow succession, -he st?i >l steadily at ninety for one hour
? and a quarter. Profiting byexperience, the locksmith took.
advantage of this ?eiiitt! weather to smoke his pipe in the
. porch, and in comseu, ience i f this prudent management, h<s
j was fully prepares!, w hen tiie ei.tss went down again, 10
start homewards directly.
The horse was accordingly put in, tun: :!ie chaise brought
mini; to the door. ?'"<". who would on no account he dis?
suaded from escorting them until ihey had passed ihe most
dreary and solitary part ii the road, led out the "ray mare:
at the same time-: and having helped Polly into her seat,
: (more happiness ') sprung gaily into the saddle. Then, af
i :er many good nights, and many admonitions to wrap up,
' and glancing of lights, and handing in of cloaks and shawls,
i haise rolled away, and Joe trotted beside it?on Dolly's
stile, no doubt, and pr< tty close to the wife!, too.
OFFICERS IND SALARIES OF TIM: STATE OF
Thi' 'Seneca County Courier' has compiled from the Le?
gis] irivc Manual for 1841 tin- following statistics, which will
bo found interesting, and which will be useful fur future re?
Officers. Executive Department. Sahne?.
Wm. H. Scwnrd, Governor.$4,000
Luther Brudish, I.tent. Govornor, $t! per day.
.lohn C Spencer, Secretary of State. ?.'..'?HG
A. Campbell, Dep. Sec'y of State. 1,500
Clerks, w ith aggregate salaries in 18.40 of. 2,195
John A. Collier, Comptroller. 2,500
W. W. Troadway, Dep. " . I.?UO
I i [i rks, v.ttli aggregate salaries in 1340 of. 4,605
Jacob Haight, Treasurer. 1,500
John Willard, Dep. - . 1.(100
line Clerk. 741
Willis Mall. UtarnoyGeneral. 1,000
Oner Clerk.*.. 700
Orvillc I.. Il-liey. Surveyor General. 1,00(1
' One Clerk_. 70?)
\. Chandler. Commissary General. 701)
Ruft? King, \djtitniit General. 1,000
. i ine (Ilerk. l. 500
Samuel Blatchford, Private Sec'y to Governor. 000
lliobcrt Brown, State Librarian. 7?0
Asa Whitney, S. Newton Dexter, David Hudson and Geo.
II. I'm ighton,acting t kuia!Commissioner... -ulaiy $2,000each
Samuel B. Rupgles and'Hcnry Hnmilton, Canal Coinrais
, -inner-, receive $5 17 for^cach day's attendance mi official
Henry C. Martindole, Thorens Clowes and Alvah Worden,
i Canal Appraisers, receive $4 per day and cents per mile
V. T. u Eyck, Chi, ',' Clerk of Canal Department, $l,.r>00.
j Four Clerks, with aggregate salary in 1840 of $2,10!?.
Chandler Star, Trumbull Cory and John '?. Forbes, Bank
Commissioners,.with n salary of $2,000 each pci annum,
which is paid on! of the Safety Fund.
i i in.- i rec Bunking department, connected with the
Comptroller's office!, arc bmployed two registers und ono
II. G. 0. Rogers, Door-Keeper of Executive Chamber, $3
The Commissioners of the Land Office eonsist of the Lieut.
Governor, Spi akcrof the Assembly, Secretary ofStntc, Comp
; troller, Treasurer, \ttorney General and Surveyor General.
The Commissioners' oftheC'annl Fund consist of the same
oflici i'-. i xcept the Speaker of tin Assembly.
The Canal Board con -i- < f 'in- Commissioners of the
Canal Fund arid lie' ' in Ci mmissioncrs.
Juilici if l> part ae '.
R. M. Walwortb, Gin llor ..'.$3,000
Samuel Nelson, Chief Jiwtici Supremo. Court.3.000
Ezckicl Gtswcn,. Justice " '? .;i,00()
(i.C. Bronsou, " " '? ....... w,f,'0O
W. T. McCoun, Vice ChahceUor, I-: Circuit. 2,000
. Murray Hoffman, " " " . 2,500
Frederick Whittkscy, " 8th.Circuit. 1,000
Ogdcn Edwards, Circuit Judge, 1st " . 1.000
I'. M. Ruggles " "2d - . 1,000
.1. P. Cushmuii. " *' -'Id " . I,tOO
John Willnrd, " " -1 ti* " ?. 1.000
, I'll...i Gridfa " ?' 5th " . 1.000
Robert Morn il " ?? Clh " . 1,000
; Manie! Moseiy, " "7th " . 1,000
: Nathan Dayton, " " 8th " . 1,000
? .1. I.. Wend* :!. Smtc Reporter. ?00
.'.. c. Paig ?. Chancery Reporter. 500
.!. M. Davidson, Register in Chancery. -',000
M. Wuhvi rth, Assistant Register in Chancery. 2,500
W. I'. ETs let, Supreme Court Clerk, New-York_ 2,508
.1. K. l'ae " " Albany.2,000
Hanry Denio " " Urica-. 2,000
Jacob Suthi rland " " Geneva. -",000
To t...- last six officers above named there i- allowed
wr clerk-hire in the whole.?.IH.'JOO
Legislative Departma '?
The Members of tin: legislature receive $3 00 a day for
attei.dance. 'I iie Mem'.. : - .it ti." Se.-.ate receive the -ame
a. while ?itting as a Court f ir \\m Correction of Errors.
Tlie Speaker of tin House receive* double pay.
S. G. Andrews, Clerk tin- Senate.$1,200
T. p.. Pricdlc " " Assembly. 1,800
The expanses of the legislative, including pay, Sic,
in 1010. amounted to.$!W..">27
The Expenses of the Court of Errors do.24,518
Tie twt.il ? xpens - oftlie Executive, Legislative and
Judical Departments of the Guvepunect in 1818
Ships l.'.-r \ r Sea.?Tin* undermentioned ships luv?
a in.-: a* -.a, a:.: .v.e. .\v.rr i,eeu heard of: Dominica
schooner, on pussazc to the West Indies. 1316. Arab, coast
Ireland, 1823. Del ght,ou the Mauritius, 1224. Alge
line, ii th< M literraneon, 1826. Heartypecker, West In?
dies, 1827. Redwing, coast of Africa, 1827- Acorn, coast
of North America, 1828. Contest, coaiit of Nortii America,
1 p.packe;, retumir.,.' ti^Engiawl from tl? Bra
rils, 1828. Ariel packet, ?-.mst of North America, M;-JS or
1329. Recruit packet, on passae.? from Halifax to England,
L832. Blenheim, 74 guns, 1801, and steamship President,
q ... passage t'i m New-York to Liverpool, 1841.
T;/l St ltz of Ohio rontatns a fraction ov?>r40,001 ^piare
rnilcs, or 25>000,000 acres. Estimated quantity ..rablc
i. -JO.000,000; wet, broken and sterile, i 000 000 aenn.
Assessed for taxatioa in 1841, 20.Jio.nl4 acres; pmbahin
quantity liubie to taxation in 1811. 2i.-J09.0liO acre*. Total
number of acres in cultivation, including ?neuu- w and psstare
hud, 7,500 M0.