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^WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 26, 1847. FOR PRESIDENT, IN aoao* M A J O R O ? N E R A L ZACHAKY TAYLOR. * OF LOUISIANA, vmrn aaasd) OP PALO ALTO, RESACA DE LA PALMA, MONTEREY, < And Buena Vista. Subject to the decision of the Whig National Convention. (??Mr. T. M. Kimber is no lunger an Agent (or theNational Whig. NOTICE.?Persons indebted to the National Whig for advertisements, are respectfully requested to ma Wo pay oftent fim* It the Proprietor in person, or to Mr. G. L. Oillchrest, who is our sole Agent, and whose receipts alone wmI be recognized by us as valid. Mr. Grund, the able Washington correspon dent of the Baltimore Sun speaks of the naacent Hero of the war. We should like to know where he will find full grown ones if they are only nascent I Why does not Mr. Polk give hina that commission ? ? The Washington Union says that whatever is calculated to injure the President must in jure the country. We do not think, says Pren tice, that our country would suffer any more just pow from ab injury to the name of James K. Polk than 8anta Ana would from a wound ioAieted on his wooden leg. Last Conundrum?please send answer. "There goes another nail in Polk's cof fiQ |? was the bye-word at Buena Vista when a Mexican was seen to fall. gj- Old Zach has been nominated by people of both parties at Mecklenburg Court House, Va. for the Presidency. What do you think of that Mr. Ritchie? The Agent of the Jackson Monument Asso-1 ciation meets with no encouragement in New Orleans. What is the matter? Gen. Houston was present at the anniversa ry of the battle of San Jacinto lately and en joyed it greatly. We have no doubt he en joyed it vastly more than he did the battle it self! QCh Last Sunday was a day to be remem beied in Patterson, N. J. Two fires broke out and burnt property to the value of near $75, 000?one man tried to kill another?and an other man tried to hang himself! 09-The two Anti-Rent Whig nominees for Judges of the Court of Appeals in New York hare declined. It has been trying to rain in all the Eastern cities for the last few weeks, as well as in the District. Six tons ot hemp have been taken by the government from Louisville. They mean to nave rope enough.?LouitviUe Journal? To hang themselves. \ Pillow's Brigade was the only one repulsed at Cerro Gordo! j Mr. Fiourney, to. will contest the election of his opponent, who, it seems, is elected by one majority, and not 68, as last reported. Of The Tallahassee, Fla. people have given the starving Irish $900. They will have their reward. The new Ocean Steamship Washington made a trjal up at New York the other day and worked wonders?in the bay. She ought to burn Cumberland coal. It is the best she can get in the world. The madman Cresson, who has been cutting tap such capers in Jerusalem, is a real United States Consul. He is not more mad than the rest of Mr. Polk's consuls abroad! They ate 4000 bushels of strawberries at Cincinnati last year! The Chinese authorities have bestowed great favor upon the Missionaries at Amoy, in public, and thousands now confess their faith in Christ?no longer being deterred by those above them. The Tory Inquirer at Richmond ridicules the oaaAM we published a day or two ago about Gen. Taylor. Go on, Geutlemen, a change will come over your dream before many days! A stampede of negro slaves took place at Maysville, Ky., a few days ago. They are gone to help to people the wilds of Ohio and Canada. It has been said here, on authority, that Mr. Clay has. not given any direct and positive countenance to the proposed selection of Gen. Taylo, as the Whig candidate for the next Presidency. [JV. Y. Com. Adv. That's not Whig authority?that's certain. The President, it is said, has adopted Col. Yell's son. Who will adopt the thousands of other ehildren made orphans by the President's war? There is no father for them?but He who ia in heaven. May he temper the wind to the shorn lamb. The New York Courier and Enquirer is sa vage against two of the nominees for appeal judges on the Whig ticket, because they are Anti-Renters. He goes against them and runs an independent ticket of 2 Whigs and 2 Dem craM?takes from the nominated tickets. the Editor of the JVatimud Whig: Si*: Mr. Benton, in hia late speech it St. Louia, ?peaking of the ceaaion of Texas to Spain, and com plaining bitterly of thaa " giving it away," aaya: " Mr. Adama had oppoaed that article of the trea ty at the council table when the majority of Mr. Monroe's cabinet adopted it. Out tbia waa not known to him (Mr. B.) until long afterward*." And a little further on he again aaya :? " Mr. Adama at the council table voted against the article which gave Texaa away ; Mr. Clay in the House of Representatives denounced the ceaaion. Tbey mad* the firat effort to get it back," dec. Now it ia well known that Mr. Adama ha* been denounced throughout the whole South for - giving Texaa away" with corrupt intent. The Richmond Enquirer, true to its instinct of hitred to Mr. Ad ama, and to subserve certain purpoaea in regard to Texas, was the main aource of the alander. Cor rupt and sectional in all its aims and feelings, it could not tolerate the idea that patriotism, emb.ac ing a regard for the whole country, and political honesty, reigned in any bosom. We have the very beat authority, the word of Mr. Adams, that the charge ia false. Mr. Benton admits it. But will the Richmond Enquirer retract- it 1 Never. Will the author of the blustering, incohe rent jargon, published to the Virginia public in the Enquirer, under the name of " Randolph or Ro anokk, who brought forward the charge and re vamped and presented it in the moat odtais light will he withdraw it? Will he now come forward and honestly confess, that he made use of the charge recklessly and audaciously, to subserve certain ends J and that he cared not whether it was true or false, ?o that it afiawercd the purpose! I merely aak for information. For one, I do not like to be represent ed abroad by a person who could find it iu bis heart to be guilty of such gross injustice. But will he re tract the charge 1 My word for it?never! He does not belong to that school. W, The way the Mexican war may be brought to an end. Married?At Mier, Mexico* on the 25th, ult. Mr. Jack P. Everett, lately of Mobile, to Miss Amoniette Garcea, of the fcrtner'place. The Legislature of Connecticut has rejected a proposed amendment to the State Consti tution striking the word 'white' out of that instrument, so as to place negroes and whites on the same footing in regard to suffrage. The vote stood nays 124 to 60 yeas?two-thirds be ing required. Negrophilism is not yet in the majority in this tight little Slate. CO* The editor of the New Orleans Mercury says he should like to know "how much gall e chemist would be able to extract from two such Whig papers as the Louisville Journal akd the Philadelphia North American." Pren tice would like to know how many wooden nut megs a Yankee pedlar would be able to make out of Mr. Polk's head and Santa Ana's leg. ' OO-The President and one or two of his Cab inet ministers are to leave Washington on the 28th of the present month for North Carolina. During the Administration of John Q. Adams, thre used to be a great deal said about "travel ling Cabinets," but we presume nobody ob jects now to letting Mr. Polk and his Cabinet travel as much as they please. For our own part, says Prentice, we hope they may travel so far from the Capital as never to find their way back again f There is not a man in Wash ington who would not rejoice if such could only be the case. Benton's Last Card. The St. Louis Union con tains a rich card from Mr. Benton, denying that he ever intrigued to get Col. Fremont placed in com mand over Genera] Kearny, as stated by Mr. Grund the Washington correspondent of the Philadelphia Ledger and the Baltimore Sun. Of Mr. Grund he holds the following language, which hit* Mr. Bu chanan over Grund'a shoulders, for Grund is hi* in timate. I do not publish it to contradict the Washington letter-writer, nor do I object to his inclading my two sons-in-law in his old and daily work against me : but I think that a writer who assumes to be semi official, and to have a knowledge of unpublished des patches, and who ia certainly cormorant, eouehant levant about the departments, ought to have more respect for the President than to make him, my in strument, and subject to my influence, in an intrigue to put Brigadier General Kearney under the com mirid of Lieutenant Colonel Fremont. c , ? ? THOMAS H. BENTON. St. Louis, May 14, 1847. ?Eating, lying down, and getting up. OO-The blood of hundreds of valuable Amer ican citizens, very truly says one ol our officers writing from Jalapa, justly rests upon the hands of Mr. Polk for his short-sighted act in permitting the return of Santa Ana, and for its shedding, he will be held responsible both here and hereafter. CO- Gen. Pillow, says a Jalapa correspond ent of the St. Louis Republican, notwithstand ing all his efforts to become the "big toad in the puddle," is the ooly one that retires inglori- I ously from the field. The Tennessee, and one of the Pennsylvania Regiments, denounce him in unmeasured terras for his course in' the futile efforts to storm one of the strong works of the enemy, leaving Col. Haskell, who made the advance with but three hundred men, wholly unprotected and unsustained in the charge. Mr. Polk, says Prentice, intends making a visit to North Carolina in June. In doing this he will be imposing an exceedingly disagreea ble task upon the true hearted men of North Carolina. Lest they might subject themselves to the imputation of treating with inhospitnlity and neglect the President of the United States, they will be under the revolting necessity of rendering seeming honors to James K. Pollc. The mortality among our troops at Santa e, in New Mexico, has been very great. Up wards of three hundred of them have fallen victims to the disease of the climate. TUB MORMONS. HIGHLY INTERESTING. As the public are already awaie, (say? the St. Louis Republican,) the head quarters of this sect, for some lime past, have been at the camp of the "Twelne," near Council Bluffs, west of the Mis souri rjver, in the Indian territory. In this local ity about four thousand remained during the past winter; while the remainder of those who left Il linois, and who did not disperse over the coun try, amounting to soma ton or twelve thousand, are scattered along in a due we?t line fromNauvoo to the Missouri river?principally in settlements upon the head waters of Grand river, the Little ? Platte, and the streams of the Ishnabotany, in the territory lately ceded to the United States by the | Pottawattomies. The main body of them are about forty miles east of the Bluffs, which b?ing well timbered, enabled them to prepare for the rigors of the past winter. It is the intention of the whole of them to gather at the Bluffs aa fast as they can, with the bona fide design of removing to California?as many crQssing the mountains each season as can possibly be prepared for the jour ney. Last year they founded two principal stoppings in Iowa, immediately west of the county of Appa noose, where large numbers of them congregated who had no means of proceeding further. At each of these places (known as Garden Grove and Mount Pisgah) they put in crops. Those who oc cupied these pointa last season are to remove one sta$e further west this spring?perhaps to ihe Bluffs?and their improvements are to be taken possession of by the remnant who left Illinois late last fall, and have been scattered in the frontier settlements of Missouri and Iowa. They intend farmibg largely at the Bluffs this season, in order to fit out a large number to emigrate to California next spring. In April last, the leaders of the church, together with a pioneer corps of three hundred men, well provided with seeds and utensils for farming, started for the Pacific. Their intention is to pro coed as far as possible, up to the period of neces sary planting time, when they will atop and com mence a crop. The leadera will make but a short delay at this point, and will proceed over into Cali fornia, and communicate with or join the disbanded forces of the " Mormon Battalion," whoae period of service will expire on the first of July next. With these they will select a locality as a focus for immi gration, and make such provision for the arrival of their friends as may seem to them best under the circumstances. The pioneers which left the Bluffs were expected to cross the mountains and reach Bear river valley in time to plant. In this we think they *w ill be dis appointed, unless they proceed with greater celerity than we auppose them capable to perform. The whole of that region is too sterile for cultivation, with the exception of a small valley within about twenty miles of the mouth of Bear river, where it empties into Salt Lake, known by trappers as Cache valley, where they usually wintered when trapping was pursued-iu that vicinity. We think this point too remote to reach in time for plying this season. About the first of next month between one and two hundred families, carrying wi)h them eighteen I months' outfit, of provisions, &c., with a train of over four hundred wagons, will start to cross the mountain*?some te overtake and remain with the pioneers, and others to proceed to the end of their journey, as they may severally be able. They will send at least one thousand souls west of the moon tains this season, deetined to centra in California. These, with some hundreds who have reached there by sea, together with near five hundred of their " Battalion," will, within a few months, make them quite an integral portion of the limited population of California. Not more than three or four years can elapse, if they continue their emigrating system? and they are sure to do that?before these people will treble, if not quadruple, the entire present pop ulation of that territory. At this time they are ma king strenuous exertions in England; and from that quarter they have reason to expect, this season, not only considerable pecuniary assistance, but a large number of families. And what will give them a greater preponderance there ia, that from their for mer character, their social and political ascendancy will be dreaded, and the tide of every other class of emigration will be diverted to higher latitudea,where there will be no commingling or juxtaposition. That their social and political characteristics will be stamped upen the future coudition and history of California we believe to be certain; and we fear in such colors a* will not cause the bosom of philan thropy te rejoice, or show a progress in the moral elevation of the present era. Industry they undoubt have, and they possess within themselves all the ele ments to make any community properous; but they are imbued with dogmas which deeply affect their social and domestic condition?we fear rumor does not slander them in thia. As philanthropists we have a deep faith in the conservative virtues of hu man nature ; and we hope that in their case better and mere correct influences may yet prevail in their midat. In whatever light we view them, their in tended poaiiion will give them an enlarged influence on the Pacific, visible to the world at large, and they are destined to become a people of more or leaa in terest. News tao* Borrow.?The New Orleans Picay une aaj a: " In Boston they manage without licenses. When you enter a tavern there, we are told, you must call for ' pickled eel's feet,' and, aa if by magic, in cornea your hot punch. If you want a cold bran dy or gin sling, call for ' horse radish,' and its thar; and if parching for a jnlep, you muat sing with a husky voice the hymn commencing? 4 From Greenland'a icy mountains, Ac.' " Strikum Coincibewck. ? A newspaper out west records aa a singular coincidencc, that the Mayor of Cincinnati having issued his orders for the destruction by the police of all dogs found in the streets, on one day only of the ensuing week fifteen barrels of Bologna sausages were shipped for the London market. &? General Leslie Coombs, of Kentucky, ia tar-1 rying in Philadelphia. I a?arite?ggig i ? The St. Louis Republican regards Mr. Polk as a weak andsubservient President. He is any thing but that, sir. Ask his Cabinet, aslc Mr. Benton, ask any of his party friends, and they will tell you, that he is the most imperious, shrewd, and far teeing man who has ever sat in the Chair of State. Every man who is em ployed by him is his tool or he is thrown aside in double quick time. Qeneral Scott, for eight or ten days past, says | the Jalapa correspondent of the St. Louis Re publican, has been a good deal indisposed, and is much depressed in spirits. His indisposition is occasioned by the chills, that have from time to lime visited him during the above period j land his depression of spirits arises from his present apprehensions that he will be unable to make his army a self-sustaining machine.? Another matter that aids in the depression of his spirits, is the disappointment he has expe rienced in not seeing any probability of a pro position for an armistice being made by Santa Ana?on the contrary, the exercise of all his influence and energies to recuperate his forces for renewed hostilities towards us. Thsse guerrilliata we regard in the same light that our nation views privateers-?entitled to none of the privilege* of war, and only fit subjects for the halter. Jalapa Star. Aye, aye?but would it not be well to catch them [ first t JCf" Mr. Grand, the Washington correspondent [ of the Baltimore Sun, who always speaks by autho | rity, because he is the organ of communication be tween the Government and the Philadelphia Ledger I and Baltimore 8un, informs the public that Msjor Hobbie, of the General Post Office, is going put to Bremen, in the new ocean steamer Washington, to perfect the Post Office arrangements between Bre men, England, aud the United States. This is the most sensible thing that Mr. Polk has done since he mounted the chair be now occupies. QCj* In the Raleigh District, North Carolina, the Democracy have four candidates in the field, one of whom, Mr. H. I. Toole, goes for Old Zach for Pre sident. The Tories have up J. J. Daniel, late M. C. He goes in for the nominee of a Tory Con vention for President. He may go for such a I nominee till dooms-day?-he will never overtake him, Toole, it is thought, will be returned from this Dis trict. So mote it be! Somebody in the 8t. Louis Republican, writing a I puff of Mr. Premont, complains that modest merit is so often allowed to languish and pine in neglect and obscurity. The son-in-law of Mr. Benton can never be the victim of such a law of society while his fa | ther is his trumpoter. We are a set of poor fellows, writes an officer ! from Chihuahua?have no orders from the Gov ernment, and de just what strikes us as the most practical. Our troops look worse than the Goths [ and Vandals, when they marched upon Rome. No , wonder?they have as yet not received a cent of mo. nay for their pay. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Fa eschar's Soda.?All who would enjoy a refreshing draught of pure soda water should not forget Farquhar. See his advertisement. We pronounce it equal to any in the city. It | is gay, sparkling, and lively as Champagne. | Jast try it, if you have any doubts about it. Baaav's Beverages.?They who afiect to | be connoiseurs in these things are loud in their praises of them. They speak warmly of his Buena Vistas and Cerro Qordos. Of a sultry I day Berry's saloon is crowded. His skill in the facture of his beverages is pronounced to be unsurpassed. * ? Look Here, Bovs!?You are all known, you are in the habit of throwing stones, bark, ing the trees on the streets, and pulling the palings off fences. The eye of the police is upon every one of you, and we are requested to give you notice, in this way, that if you are caught again at your wicked tricks, you will all be arrested and be made to suffer the ex treme penalty of the law. Circuit Court. The case of Sickle and Cook vs. the Alexandria, Georgetown, and Wash ington Steam Packet Company, was given to the jury yesterday. Messrs. Wallach, Marbury and Bradley occupied several hours in deliver* ing their addresses. The latter gentleman had not concluded at 5 o'clock, when the court adjourned. He resumed his argument this morning. A negro barber named Coakley, died sud denly yesterday evening. He kept a shop on the Avenue, near 15th street. We noticed men at work, this morning, in pulling down a portion of the buildiug at the corner of 12th street and Penn. avenue. A large Hotel is to be erected on this comer for A. Fuller &. Co. A session of the Criminal Court will com mence on the first Monday in June. SEGAR, TOBACCO, AND SNUFF STORE, Corner Penn. avenue and laf, three doors west. THE public are respectfully informed, that by cslling at the above named store they can be supplied with a choice selection of Segars, consisting in part as follows, viv Caaadores * Principe La Norma Ride Half-Spanish, &c. Also on hand, a prime lot of Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, Snuff, $-c. all of which he will sell very low. may36 1m ALUM. 1,600 pounds of Alum, For sale by CHAS. STOTT, Drag & Apoth corner 7th & Pa av, may 91 tf GREAT VICTORY. BUENA VISTA and VERA CRUZ certainly taken, and another Capital Prize of $4,000 aold on Saturday last by tke celebrated Prize aeller, Dt ROWLAND. And on Saturday he intend* celling the magnificent Capital Prize of $60,000. Who will sell and get it ? Always on hand for Hale, a splendiJ assortment of prizes in packages and single tickets. Make sure 01 the prizes, by calling at the office of D. Rowland, next door to comer of 16th streot and Pa. avenue, Washington, All orders addressed to D. Rowland will meet prompt attention. may26 d4t DAN. ROWLAND. CABINET, SOFA, AND CHAIR MAJVUFACTOU Y. JAMES WILLIAMS A SON, would re spectfully inform their friends and the public n?w on hand at their new WARE ROOM8, on 7th street, opposite the office ?i National Intelligencer, a general assortment of SPLEJfDJD FURNITURE, embracing io part Italian marble top Centre Tables Egyptian do do Fancy dressing Bureaus, marble top D"* do do mahogany Mahogany spring seat 8ofas, latest style Do t do Divans do Rockers Do nurse do Do high-post Bedsteads Do French do Do dining Tables Alto, a lot of Common Furniture: such as plain mahogany Bureaus, cherry and pine Tables, Cribe, Uradles, Bedsteads, plain and fancy cane and wood seat Chairs. All of which they will sell at such prices as wil suit the times, tor cash, or to punctual customers. Having in their employ experienced workmen, thay are prepared to manufacture at the ahortest no tice Furniture of every description. N.B. Those who have old Furniture which they wish to exchange for new, are respectfully invited to give him a call. may22 IwGw IP. 0ABOT2B IBWmWDB'g INIMITABLE HAIR-DRESSER, *6. E. corner 4$ Street and Pa. Avenue. may 22 3t CONFECTIONARY, ICE CREAM, SODA WATER, &o. <fec. MR8. M. A. CAMPBELL would respectfully inform the ladies and gentlemen of Washing ton, and visiters to the metropolis, that she haa ta ken the house formerly occupied by Mr. Barnes, on Pennsylvania avenue, between 2d and 3d streets west of the Depot, where she will at all times be prepared to wait upon thoae who may give her their patronage. Lwlies and gentlemen visiting the Capitol groundi will find this establishment a convenient and plea sant resort; while no expense or paina will tx spared to make the loe Cream and Soda Water se cond to none in the city. All the luxuries usually found in a confectionary constantly kupt. Call and aee. may 21 Im HATS, CAPS, STRAW GOODS, AND WARDROBE ARTICLES. Gentlemen's Outfitting store. MH. STEVENS, Brown's Hotel, calls the t attention of his customers, citizens, and strangers, to the large and elegant assortment of? Long-napped Oregon Beaver Hata Drab and blue gossamer Summer Hata Black lust red Moleskin Hats Do. gossamer and ventilated Cassimere Hata. Also, a small assortment of fine Panama^ Manilla, Straw and Leghorn Hats. Military and Naval Chapeaux and Undress Caps for the Army and Navy, for every grade of tho aer vice, on hand, or made to order. Wardrobe Articles. Shirts, Drawers, Gloves, Rubes de Chambre, Ac. All of which will be sold at reasonable prices M. H. STEVENS, may22 lOtifeo (Late Fish & Co.) Some things can be done ag well as others " SUPERIOR SODA WATER. T FARQUHAR & CO., corner of 15tb I , street and New York avenue, are now pre pared to furnish the public the above delicious bev erage, with a full assortment of Syrup, careful Iv , prepared by themselves. ' Their apparatus is entirely new, and constructed on the latest and most approved principle. They flatter themselves that their Soda Water is equal, if not superior, to any lu the city, and invite the public to call and judgo for themselves. Soda Fountains filled to order at the shortest no tice. may22 dlw SEASONABLE MEDICINES. Bull's extract of Sarsaparllla Sand's do do Leidy'8 do do Townsend's do Schwartze's do Houck's Panacea Swain's do Syrup Sarsaparllla Compound These medicines are all of Standard Merit, and are warranted pure and genuine. At this season of the year they will be found highly beneficial for pu rifying the blood and invigorating the system. For sale by CHAS. STOTT. Drug & A poth corner of 7th Sc Pa ay. may 21 tf magazines! THOSE who wish Jo supply themselves regularly with the popular Magazines may do so by call ing each month at the " Fountain" BOOKSTORE, near the Railroad Depot, where the latest issues of the following valuable periodicals may be found : Graham's Magazines 25 cts Godey's Lady's Book 35 cts The Columbian 25 cts The National 18} cts The Crystal Fount 12$ cts The Christian Parlor Magazine, 18 3-4 cts The New York, illustrated, 26 cts. may 21 tf circulars, eta. etc. Neatly printed at tfcto . v a r isi i y H. Coach Varniah No. l Furniture do " 2 do do Scraping do Japan do Leather do For ule in fit* gallon tins fay CHA8.8TOTT, Drag and Apoth comer of 7th dk Fh it. may 21 tf PATENT MEDICATED INDIA RUBBER POROUS Streng thening Plaater. IN all cases where it is thought advisable to keep up permanent stimulant impression on or near the orgsn diseased, these plasters will ha found high ly valuable. In fact, all the benefit that can aeoae from a continuous counter-irritant will ha prodnoad in the moat efficient manner by them. Aa ia Dm matif m, Lumbago, Gout, Enlargement ?f the Joints, Chronic Disease of the Liver, Spleen, Lungs, ar other internal organs, in short, in al other caaaa where warming or strengthening plsa>s>s are baae ficial, these will be found to ha superior to any new in use. For sale by may 21 tf CHARLES 8TOTT. . Drug 4* Apoth corner 7th 4b Pa ar. JOHN CONNELLY, CABINET, CHAIR, AND SOFA MAN UFACTURER AND UNDERTAKER. THE subscriber begs leave to return hie to his friends and the public generally for the very liberal patronage which they nave bestowed an him, and would respectfully inform them that ha has on hand a general assor;ment of Cabinet Furni ture, which he will sell very cheap for cash, or ap proved paver. Ha ia constantly manufacturing all kinds of Furniture of the latest style and moat ap proved pattern; such aa? Mahogany dressing Bureaua " spring seat Sofas " rocking and parlor Chairs " card, centre, and dining Tahlaa u Wardrobes M Bedsteads And, in fact, every thing usually found in a cabinet ware room. Undertaking. He is also prepared to attend funerals at the shortest notice and on the moat liberal terms; and he is confident that from bis long experience ia at tending funerals, that he will give entire ssjafccllin to thoee who may favor him with their patron fa JOHN CONNELLY, 7th street, between H and L may20 ly GADSBY'S SALOON, Corner of Penn. Avenue and 3d street, un der Gadsby's Hotel. "Rough and Ready,*' ?Buena Ylsta/* and "Cerro Gordo" Jnlepa. npHIS eaublishment ia new open for A* recaption X of visiters, under the supervision of Ml. J. A. Berry, who ia prepared to serve ap in the moat r% cherthe style every description of beveragea ta tkkla the appetite and please the tasteeof the moat fostidi ous. They who are dispoeed to give it a caO wiH be sure to come again, where they can have all the fashionable beverages prepared to * ordersuch aa Rough and Ready, Buena Vista, and Cerro Gordo Juleps, Pelo Alto Sengaree, Oeeat Punch, Ahara do Cobblers, and California Smaahee, dee. Ac. may20 lm PAINT AND OIL STORE. QAA kegs pure White Lead OUV 100 gals. Linseed Oil 260 boxes Window Glaaa. Paint of all ahadea mixed and prepared fat aaa. A constant aupply of LAMPS, PINE OIL, Wicks and Glaaaes. Pure Sperm, Lard, and Solar Oils, for aria on the lowest terms for cash. O. WHITTLESEY, mar 19 tf C street, Todd's BuildiafS, F. SELDON, ~ tojrrme refectory. Pa. Avenue, between 14th and 16th stissts, 18 now prepared to serve bis customera and the public generally with all the luxuriee of the season. Turtle Soup, Frogs, Birds, See. a la moda. His Bar contains liquors of the choicest brands. N B. Families served at the shortest notice, may 18?4t iEOLIANS FOR SALE. ANEW and Splendid Inatrumant for the parlor, admirably adapted for sacred music, price #100. Also, daily expected .from tbe North, a lot of New and Splendid FURNITURE, of which due notice will be given, conaisting in put of Sofas, various patterns and prices Centre, card, toilet and other tables Waahstanda, bedsteads, cribs, cradles, chairs, die. At BROWN'S Furniture and Piano Ferte Ware Room, Odd Fallowa' Hall, 7th street. may 18 tf JOHN WAGNER, T) Carver and Gilder, X enn. Avenue, between 11th and 12th eta. North side. Makea to order all kinds of Plain and Orna mental Gilded Frames, Cornices, Curtains, Rods, dcc. Old Fnrmes regilt, and Looking Glasa Pktsa inserted. Terms moderate. april 19?tf EPSOM SALTS. 1000 llba. of Bpaom Salta? For sale by CHAS. 8TOTT, Drug dc Apoth corner 7th k, Pa ar. may 21 tf I?EW CARVING AND GILDING ESTABLISHMENT. WILLIAM SPEARING, having comwantad business in tbe above fine, immediately In front of Coleman's Hotel, respectfully informs the citizens of Washington and ita vicinity, that ha man ufactures Looking Glaaa and Picture Fnunee, Plain and Ornamental Cornieea, aa well aa every other kind of work in bis line of businesa. William Spear ing's charges for all work done at hie establishment will be quite reasonable: he respectfully solicits a share of the pubKc patronage. N. B. Old Frames regilt. mey 14 tf FRESH ORANGE CO. BUITEJt THE SUBSCRIBER has just received 10 packages Fresh Butter 10 " Choice Cheese ?AND? A lot of Maple Sugar in small cakea. may 7-3t S. HOLMES, Seventh St. Mr. H. has made arraagementa to be supplied with the same kind of Butter as long aa the market will warrant it. ?