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T.na;?rt GROGEU1ES, BUTTER, 'CHE?S*j
P The sub*criber ha* on baud, a fresh ?uj ply o
evory di-scriptum of g<>ods in hi* line, which he of
fera on reaaiaiable terms. ..... 1 Af
56 bags Java, Kio, Laguyra, Mancaibo, and At
rican COFFEE . .
26 cheats and half-chesta Gunpowder, Imperial,
? Old Hyaon, Young Hyson, ??d Blatk
TEAS , r -
10 etMi very choice Tea. 18 lb? "? eftch- forfa
rallies r t r
1500 pounds double refined and 2d quality Loa
1500 pounds crushed and pulveicd Loaf Sugar j
1000 do while Havana ?J? '
1000 do brown do 'Jj
Porto Rico and New Orleans do
Do do and St Croix Molasses
Sugar-house and New Iberia Sirup
Ground and unground Spices, ot every va
Catsupe, Curry Powder, French and'olhei
Muatards
Olives, Capers, Sardines, and Anchovies
Salid Oilai in flasks and bottles
700 gallons winter-alrained and common Oil.
FRUITS.
60 whole, half, and qr. boxes Raisins
2 casks Currants
4 bbls. Dried Apples
HO do Green do
t cases Prunes, in jars and fancy boxes
30 drums Smyrna Figs
26 bbls Eastern Cranberries
?00 pounds soft shelled Almonds
i50 do Filberts.
BUTTER AND CHEESE.
28 tubs choice Welsh Butter
30 boxes superior Cheese
Sapsago do
31 bbls pink-cye,Potatoes
40 do extra brand New York Flour
40 do Virginia do
50 pockets Buckwheat
12 boxes do
20 bbls helf arid qr. do.
FISH.
Mackerel, Cod, Shad, and Herring.
CANDLES.
20 boxes Sperm Candles
10 do patent do
10 do Adamantine do
Brooms, Mats, PaiU, Baskets, &c.
20000 Regalia, La Norma, Principe, anJ^othei
brand Cigars.
SYLVANUS HOLMES,
ap 14?dtfj- 7ih street.
PEOPLE'S LINE OF STEAM
BOATS FOR ALBANY.
Daily, Sundays excepted.
Through direct?at 6 u'cloc* p. in.?from the pier
between Courtlandt and Liberty streets, Nt w
York. , ...
Stearob >at Isaac Newton, I upt.W m.
?H. Peck, will It ave . n Monday, Wed
nesday, and Friday evenings, at 6
o'clock. ? _ _ .
Steamboat Hendrik ? Hudson, Capt. R. G. Crut
tenden, will leave on Tuesday, Thursday, and Sat
urdny evenings, at 6 o'clock.
At 5 o'clock p. m., landing at intermediati placis.
From the foot of Barclay street, New York.
8teamboat SouiA America, CapL Thomas N.
Holee, will leave on Mond?y, Wednesday, Friday,
and Sunday afternoons, at 6 o'clock.
Steambo.t North America, Capt. R. H. Furey
will leave on Tuts lay, Thursday, and Saturday af
ternoons. at 6 o'clock.
The above boats will at all times arrive in Albany
in ample time for the morning cars for the East and
West.
Freight taken at moderate rates, and none taken
after 4 i-S o'clock p. m. . , .
All persona are forbid trusting any of the boats
ofthis Line without a written order from the cap
tains or agents.
Fur passage or freight apply on board, or to P.
O. Shultz, at the office ou the wharf.
i.. may 19 tf ?
The Weekly Christian World; _
An Independent, Comprehensive, and Impartial
Newspaper; designed for w. Iconic and us? ful circu
lation among all Fr.euds of Christian Ui ion, Chris
tian Benevolence, and ChiisUan Liteiature. Tojbc
Published every Thursday, at the Reading-Room of
the Christian Atheiieum, over the Bookstore of Mr.
amea Harmstead? .Fourth street, between Market
and Arch streets, Philadelphia; ,
fricc ?? Two Dollars a-year?invariably in advance
T. H. Stocktoh, ^
J. G. Wiison, S- E.liters.
THKorHH.ua Stork, j
W. S. Ttocktojt,?General Agent.
To per??n? who are acquainted with the chcuacter
and objects of the Chibtiaw World, as tliey have,
btwn ueveloped during the last six years, it is only ne
cfueary to say, that, a* soon as one tt o /sand paying
subscribers are secured, the p?per will be put topr. ss
regularly. The Old Subscription List ought to
supply this number at once.
To other peiaona, it ia proper to remark, that the
Christian World, in prim, is intended to reflect the
Christian World, in action?in a word, to daguerreo
y pe it ? and then, for purposes of common a I vantage
to compere the organized and operative Ktligion of
the Aee wiih the Religion of the Bible.
The enlarged literary and business agencies of the
Establishment, are deemed arayly sufficient to assure
the public of success!uI management. Its immediate
connexion with the Chistian Athkhkum ?n Insti
tion which is to be lurnished with many of the prin
cipal organs of the Church and Slate, both in Lu
rope and America,?will give its conductors early ac
cess to invaluable sources of universal intilligence.
FAVOUR RE4VESTED.
1. On receipt of this prospectus, let the Old Sub
scribers, at every Post Office, appoint one of their
number, or some otbir suitable person, an Jigent.
Let him send us at once, as many names and us much
money as possible. In cases where substantial agents
make thtmur Ires responsible for their subscubers,
this respon>i.<ih>y will be regarded as equivalent to
payment in advance?provided they settle their ac
counts within s x months. Even in such ca^en, how
ever, immediate payments are decidedly preferable ;
and, to encourage tliein, the commissions to agents
ut si tanged thus:? Oti cash orders, 25 per cent
on deferred remittanc s, 12J per ccnt.
2. As the Prospectus will be w.dely distributed,
let all persons who see it, and feel an interest in it,
act promptly in the manner dt seabed above. It ia
thought that a little effort will be sufficient to f>ro-1
cure a company, or club, at aim*'*! any Pout-office in
the Union, .'the tunes increasingly dematul just
Mick a publication as is proposed.
Address,?W. 8. Stockton, General Agent, Ph.l
adelphia, Pa.: or either of the associate Editors. Ail
onl*rs will be punctually attended to.
Jtfdri.?Exchanges will confir a favor by copying
or noticing this Prospectus.
T. H. 8TOCKTON,
Editor and Proprietor.
Philadelphia, May, 1847.
FAKE KEDUCKI) !
WASHINGTON AND ALEXANDRIA
BOAT.
Passage Five Cents?Freight at Reduced rates
gs SMI The departure of the steamer JO
8EPH JOHNSON, will be, as nigh
as practicable, at the following hours, until furthet
notice, viz:
Leave Alexandria at 7], 10, 12J, and 44 o clock.
Leave Washington at 8$, 11. 1$, 3$. and 6$
o'clock. WM. H. NO WELL, Captain,
april 20?dtf
Fauquier White Sulphur Springs.
'^4| I 'll"* MtobliAmeol. ho fav.-rably known foi
iiliilL Ih" curative qualities of its water and the e'e
?jance and comfort of its uccomino lation, will be
?pened fur ihe reception of visiter* on the 1st June.
It is wiiuateil 50 niii^M from Alexandria, 35 mile*
I mil h ledcricksbuig, and 20 tulle* oast of the Blue
R dg ?, iii one oi the most healthy and delightful cli
mat> got Virginia. The direction and management
will be the name ad heretofore, and the same atten
tion (idid to the accommodation and coiniort of their
guests. We have an abundant supply of ice.
The season, commencing the 1st of Juno, will end
lie 1st of Oi tuber, embracing 4 months.
L -vers o' music, will tiud the baud unsurpasstd.
Board: $10 |>er week, $9 per week lor 2 weekd,
f 30 |>er month. $80 for the season.
Fit more than one day $1 50 per day, 50 cento
for a sin^l - meal, 25 cents for lodging, children un
der 12 years of age, and setvants, half-price; horse*
50 cents per day, p<r week #2 50, |ier nr.nth $8.
Tri-weekly stages will run fiom Washington un
til 1st of July, after that time daily.
The.e will be a line of stages from Fredericksburg
after the 1st of July, previous to which conveyance*
will be furnished on accommodating terms,
may 17?tf DAN'L WARD.
TEAS, TEAST
Washing ton, D. ?.
Agency of the NewYork
CANTON TEA COMPANY.
THE OLDEST TEA ESTABLISHMENT IN
AMERICA !
PRINCIPAL ESTABLISHMENT IN
NEW YORK.
qnHE CANTON TEA COMPANY has be?n
X pcpularly known for many years. This is the
largest and oldest Tea Establisinent in America.?
The public have had full proof of their integrity and
responsibility. But such has t>een the great ami
pressing demand for their TEAS of late, that they
nave been obliged to enlarge, to a great extent, ttien
two principal establishments in New York, viz:
126 CHATHAM AND 1?3 GREENWICH
STREETS.
They moreover possess facilities, in relation to the
Tea Trade, in a very abundant degree, and doubt
less, superior to any other Tea Concern in Ameiica
Their scrupulous regard to all principles that taml
to elevate the character of a large bouse, is well un
dersiood, ai d bas already accured them a con.iec
lion, probably, larger than all other Tea Establish
merits united, and they cons quently are determined
to sell Teas purer, more fragrant, and perfect fit
the prices, in the aggregate, than any house in the
world?China excepted.
They most zealously invite the attention of the in
habitants of WASHINGTON, D. to thcii
Agency, where the following assortments ate always
on hand; and they feel no he.-itaiiou in stating that
wherever a single trial is made, a very decided pre
ference is given to the celebratedTeas of the CAN
TON TEA COMPANY.
(?j* Reader, make the experiment!
Retail trices at follows, subject in all ca& to bt
returned if not approved of?
GREENS
Good YOUNG IIYWON, $0 50 per lb.
Fine do 0 62$ ?
No. 2 fragrant do 0 75 "
No. 3 very fine do 1 00 "
Silver leaf, do J 25 ?
Good HYSON, 0 75 "
Very fine do 1 00 "
Extra fragrant, 1 25 "
Good HYSON SKIN, 0 50 ?'
Good IMPERIAL, 0 75 "
Very fine do 1 00 "
Extra fine do 1 25 M
I Good GUNPOWDER, 0 75 ?
Fine do 1 00 "
Extra fine do 1 25 ?
BLACKS.
No. 1 SOUCHONG, $0 50 per lb
IN6.2 do 0 62$ ??
Finest do 0 75 "
Fragrant POWCHONG, various prices.
CONGO, various prices.
| Fine OOLONG. 0 50 -
Very fine do * 0 75 ?!
Ex.ta fine do 1 00 *
NINGYONG, various rices.
Finest ENGLISH BREAKFAST
TEA. fvery rich Pekoe flavored) 0 75 ?
Fine ORANGE PEKOE, 0 62$
Finest PEKOE FLOWERS, 100
HO WyUA, or finest Black Tia im
ported, I 00 ??
Ne plus ultra TEAS, both Green and
Biack, of all descriptions, the
highest grades grown in
China, *>1 60 per lb.
OCj TAKE NOTICE .'?THE CANTON TEA
CO.\l PAN V are th-- exclusire venders of the supe
rior Black Tea called "HOWQUA'S MIXT1 RE."
They introduced it in America in 1840?and every
other person or house professing to fell the same at
all, much less at a lower price?deceive the unwary,
as the public themselves will perceive, by comparing
the spurious with the genuine "Howqua" vended by
the Canton Tea Company.
Every package (in additi.-.n to its containing
FULL WEIGH I\ indep. ndant of the wrapper,)
l?ear the stamp n! neatness and elegance, and the
Teas therein are so thoroughly sccured from ight
and air, that their quality and power will remain un
impaired iri any (Innate.
Agency at George Templeman's Book Store,
Washington, D. C.
jan. 6?ly
VEVV STKAMBOAT LINE FOR
PHILADELPHIA.
Merchandize delivered in advance of Canal or
Railroad. #
Fare reduced. Cabin passage $'2,- Dick Jn. $ 1 25.
The new staunch and fast sailing sea steamer
John -Maishall, Captain E ward Huntington, will
start from pier 3, N. R , New York, on Wed..c?day
next, I2:h instant, at 4 o'clock p. in.
For I ght freight or passage, having handdoma
state-room and cabin accommodations, apply to the
captain or lioard, or to
TOUKER ?fc P1ER80NS, Coenties' slip, or
G EO. W. C OR LIES, 283, Peyl st., N. York.
Or in Philadelphia, to
ALEX. HERON, Jr., 35J, North Wharves
The J. M. was bui.t in Baltimore in 1845, is 450
tons register, furnished with a good and powerful
engine, and in in all re.-pects well calculated for a
sea steamer?her qualities as such having been ful
ly tested on an eastern route.
It is proposed to make this a regular Line
throughout the reason, provided sufficient encou
ragement is given.
may 19 tf
T7HESH FRUITS, PRESERVES, dec."
JL 60 boxen (halves and quarters) Rasins
6 drums Turkey do
200 lb? Currants and Citron
50 drums Figs
2 cases Prunes, in jars and fanry boxes
25 baire'a Cranberries, (Eastern)
Almonds, Filberts, Pea Nuts, &.c.
Preserved Ginger, Peaches, P ne Apples,
Limes, fee.
Guava arid other ji-llies >
Olives, Cnpers, Sardines
In addition to bisJ> hoice stock of Family Groce-1
ne?, by ?YLNANUS HOLMES,
KOUGJI AND HEADY
SAND SOAP,
AND
TABLETS,
FOR CLEANSING, WHITENING, AND
BEAUTIFYING THE HANDS.
HLLOYD has ingeniously succeeded in in
t venting a Compound of such a delightful
nature as to reruler the hardest and rougher skin soft,
fair, and delicately while.
Ladies R iling, Gardening, or Painting, and Gen
tlemen Shooting, Hunting, Fishing, Cricketing,
Rowing, Ac., or any amusement or exertion preju
dicial to the hands. will find the improved HOUGH
AND HEADY WASH BALLS and TABLETS
pleasingly efficacious in roinovrng all hardness, stain,
redness, and all other cutaneous disfigurement; pre
venting and rendering the skin soft, fair, and pliable.
From th? nice combination of Balsamic ingredi
ents introduced into the composition, they form a
tine Creamy Lather, with the hardest or Sea Water,
which renders tnem very desirable for Salt Waler
Baths. Tiny produce ihe m >st softening and re
freshing sensation, and will be tound an excellent
substitute for the Flesh Brush.
' hey are highly recommended to Cap ains ol I
Ship*,Merchants, ami ail who trade wish feieign
countries, as they will rrtaiu their virluo in any cli
?natj. For sal. by CH AS. STOTT.
Drug. 4- Aputh,, conur of 7 th ?$? Pa. av.
may 12?tf
Paints, Oils, anil Paint Brushes, die.
The sub.-c iher has just received a large and
Iresh supply of PAINTS, OILS, Ac., partof which
are named below. They are guaranteed to be pure
and good, and from the beat manufactories. All
persona wanting such articles would find it to theii
advantage to call, as I am determined to nil lower
than similar articha can be got at any other place
in this city.
350 kegs White Lead
120 lbs. Chrome Green
120 lb?. Chrome Yellow
20 lbs. Chrome Hed
100 lbs. Pure Verdegris
3l'0 lbs, Hed Lead and Litharge
100 If s. Imperial Green
C00 lbs. Venetian Red and Sp. 13 in oil
308 lb?. Yellow Ochre in oil
100 lbs. Paris Green, dry
Sit lbs, do. do. in oil
A UlrSe "pertinent of Paint and White Wush
brushes.
400 lbs. Lamp Black, dry and in oil
10 lbs. Sp. Whiting
1000 lbs. Putty
200 Boxes of Window Glass, all sizes
5 bbls. Linseed Oil
5 bbls. Copal and Japan Varnish
3 bblf. Sp. Turpentine
., bleached Lamp Oil. at 75 cts pr. gall.
Also, PL RE PINE OIL, received fresh fro in the
manu.actory every week.
CHARLES STOTT, comer 7th street
aP"l 87?fimo and Penn. A v.
Yan Zandt's Health Restora
tive Fills is a medicine which not only cures
nut prevents disease, capable of great result*, and
-qualy calculated tote safely used for apparently
small ones. We ail know how dreadful and dan
gerous a seated bilious disorder is, and we are also
well aware of the seeming insignificance of its first
rm'IPir ,nni,ienuCy- The individ"?l "offering
from slight pains in his chest, back, or stomach, or
from occasional nau>ea, dull headache, extreme ner
vousness, sleeplessness, trifling prevarication of ap
petite, and other disagreeable visitations so common
ly and foolishly looked upon as unimportant, may
not know that these symptoms, treated so contemp
tuously, are the consequences of a diseased state of
the liver, which if not remedied, will lead either to
speedy death or a l?i,K train of unbearable ills which
are known by the following names : Hypochondria,
mania, dizziness, slow fevers, epilepsy, asthma
dropsy, rheumatism, chlorasis, convulsions, nausea
nervousness, crapms, gout, pleurisy, jaundice, irrita
1 y, and violence, dyspepsia, hyste ics, scurvy,foul
stomach, dry coughs, glandular affections, coWs, lin
gering sore throats, various disorganizations of the
great m^stino, strictures and spasmodic complaint*
internally, eruptions, shortness of breath, heartburn,
neuralgia, vital inflammation, flatulence, gastric fe
vers, &c.
8ometirres, too, there eusups an irregular action
of the heait. Take these pills and suffer no more.
, o, n . *W YATT & K BTCHUM,
1-21 l uiton St., N. v., General Agents; and sold
by CHARLES STOTT,
april 21?fmn.
\V O R T U I N G T O N G. S N E T H EN
(Late Solicitor'of the General 1 .and Office,)
Attorney and Counsellor at LAW,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Practices in the Supreme. Court of the United
States, and in the courts ol Maryland, Virginia, and
the District of Columbia, and
ACTS AS AGENT
for persons having business wiili Congress, the
War, Treasury. Navy, and General Post Office De
partmcnts, the General Land Office, Pension Office
Office of Indian Affairs, Patent Office, <kc. ?Stc.
OFFICE
Missouri Avenue, between 3d and streets,
np 14<ltf
FLOOR OIL CLOTIIS.
f-PARKMAN & KELSEY,
No. 285 Broadway, opposite Stewart's, N. Y-rk.
OFFER AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL A
\4ry l.'.rge assortment ol Floju Oil Cloths
iu every variety of quality and style. Their new pa
l. rns >urpassariy other in the matket, in richness
of Coloring; and beauty <>f design, and the original
drawings have hern secured by Letters Patent, to
prevent other dealers or manufacturers from copy
ing the same. The following comprises our present
sty le of patterns:
Orientals Grecian cross
Tapestry rcrolls, Antique mari'le
Gothic pavements Gothic octagon do
IV arble tile Arabesque do
Egyptian maible Mosaic do
Italian do Persian patterns
Dove and white do Bouquet do
New Trinity pattern Tre^selited do
Rich fcothic do Cju< en of the May,
Vino do l>rab and chintz scroll
Ruby and chintz do &c. &c. <Vc.
N. B.?2il00 yards Otn Stock, with borders, very
heavy goods, superior, but old patterns, selling at
low rates.
CJSt 11V E TIJVG .S.
A choice assortment of Ts|>estty Brussels, Three
Ply and Ingrain
CARPRTINGS,
of entirely new patterns, selected expressly for city
retail trade.
May 14?tf
CLOVE ANODYNE
rpOOTH-ACHE DROPS. An immediate and
Perfect cure. For salo by
CHARLESSTOTT,
Druggist if Apoth. tomir of 7th $ Pa. av.
may 12?tf
DMcCi.ellahd, Enyraver. Pennsylva
, nia Avenue, east of Third street) Waahingltn
city, dcc 1?6in
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
' SUMMER ARRANGtMENT.
HOUWS OP DEPARTURE: of ihe passenger
trains oil the M?in Stem and Washington
Branch of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, 1st
May, 1847.
IVftain Stem
WES TWJiRDL Y.
Por Cumberland, Hancock, Martinsburg,^ _ .,
Harper's Perry, Winchester, Frederick, / ",'9"
Ellicott's Mills, and intermediate depots ( c
by the regular train, A' *'
Por Frederick and intermediate stations, ^
by extra train, except Sunday, 5 *"*
EASTWARD LY.
Prom Cumberland, daily, regular train, at 8 a. m.
Hancock, do do 10$ '
Martin.burg, do do 11? 1
HarperVF??riy,do do 12 J p. m.
Frederick, daily, except Sunday ex
tra train, 8 a. m.
Do do by regular train, 2 p. m.
Ellicott's Mills, daily, by several trains, at 7
a. m. 1 - m. and 4 J p. m.
Pare in ?ither direction between Cumberland and
Baltimore, $7, and lor intermediate distances at the
uniform rale of 4 cents per mile.
Through tickets are issued between Baltimore
and Wheeling, respectively, $11
Between Baltimore and Pittsburgh, 10
Between Philadelphia and Wheeling, 1J
Washington Branch.
From Baltimore at a. m. and p. m. daily.
Do do 9 a. x. daily, except Sunday.
From Warhington at 6 a. m. arid 54 p. m. daily.
Do do 12^ p. m. daily, except Sunday.
By order: D. J. FOLEY, Agent,
may 18?tf
MORNING LINE at 6 1-12 o'clock.
FOR ALBANY AND TROY,
Landing at Caldwell's, West Point,
Newburg, Hampton, Poughkeepsie,
Hyde Park, Khinebeck, U. Red Hook,
Bristol, Calskill, iludson, Coxsackie, and Kinder
hook. Fare reduced. Breakfast and dinner on
board the boat.
The steamboat Kiagara. Capt. H. L. Kellogg,
will leave the steamboat pier, foot of Barclay St.,
! on Tuesday, ThursJny, and Saturdiy, at hall-past
6 o'clock, returning on opposite days.
For freight or passage apply on board, or to F.
B. Hall, at the office on the wharf.
NIGHT LINE.
FOR ALBANY AND TROY DIRECT.
From the foot of Courtiandt street, New York.
Passengeis taking this boat will arrive in time to
take the morning train of cars from Troy west to
Buffulo, and north to Saratoga and Lake George.
The low-pressure steamboat Empire, Captain
B. Macy, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
at 6 o'clock p m.
The low-pressure steamboat Columbia, Cap'ain
W. Tupper, on M ndays, Wednesdays, and Fri
days, at 6 o'clock, p. m.
No freight taken after 5 o'clock.
Por passage or freight apply on board, or at tiu
office on tho wharf.
may 19 tf
CITIZENS' J\EW DAY LINE OF
OPPOSITION BOATS,
For ALBANY and intermediate places.
Fare 50 cts. Breakfast and dinner on board.
The new and elegant steamers Roger Williams,
Capt. A Degroot, on Tuesday, Thursday, and Sat
urday, and Metamora, Capt. T. 8. Knight, on Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday, at 6? o'clock a m.,
from the pier foot of Warren street, New York,
touching Hammond street pier*
For passage or light freight apply on board the
boats, or to George Dobson, at the office, 126 War
ren street, corner of West street.
All persons are forbid trusting the above boats on
account of the owners.
may 19 tf
EUTAW HOUSE,
Corner of Baltimore and Eutaw streets,
Baltimore, If Id.
Henry F. Jackson, Proprietor.
THIS splendid and spacious Hotel, eligibly atta
ated for both business and pleasure travellers, is
so conducted as to combine all the luxuries of the
best hotels with elegance and real comfort.
Choice suites of ap?rtinentn at all season* reserv
ed for the accommodation of transient guest*, and
families visiting the city will find the Eutaw House
a home, unsurpassed by any hotel in the Unic ii.
The location is elevated and salubrims, find is
also convenient to the depots and landings, at ivhich
the coaches and porters of the House are at all
times in waiting to convey passengers and xheir
baggage, free of change, to the Hotel.
TRIIMS.
Gentlemen's Ordinary, #1 50 per day.
Ladies' do 2 00 do.
Ba'timore, May 18?tf
BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN
ROYAL MAII, STEAM SHIPS, of 1200
ions, and 400 horse poorer each. Under contract
with the Lords of the Ainiralty.
HIBEKNIA, Captain Alexander Ryrie
C \LEDONIA, I'aptairi Edward G Lot!
BRiTANNIA, Captain John Hewitt
CAM URIA, Cap. Chns, H. E. Judkins
ACADIA, Captain William Harrison.
The four steamships now building, are
The AMERICA, The NIAGARA,
" CANADA, ? UROPA.
Will sail f oiii Liverpool and Boston, via Halifax,
as follows:
From Boston. Prom L:verp,x>l.
Hil>crnia,on 1st. ap. 1847
Cambria, on 1st may '47
Caledonia,on 16th may '47
Cajmbris, on 4tli ap. 1847.
Caledonia, on 20th ap '47.
Qritania, on 4th may '47.
Passengers luggage to ba on board the day previ
ous to sailing.
Passage money?fr^m Boston to Liverpool, $120;
do. do. to Halifax, $20.
No berth secured until paid for.
These ships carry experienced Surgeon*.
No freights except specie received on days of sail
ing. D. BR1GH AM, Jr., Agent,
At Harndon A. Co.'s, No. 6 Wall st., N. Y.
may 14 tf
Q3* (n addition to the above line between Liver
pool and Hullifitx, and Boston, a contract has been
entered into with Her Majesty'a Government, to es
tablish a line between Liverpool and New York di
rect. The ste itn ships for thin scrvice are now being
built, and early next year duo notice will be given
of the time when they wilt start. Under the new
contract the steamers will soil every Saturday during
eight months, and every fortnight during the other
f>ur months in the year, going alternaetly between
F.ivi rjiool and Halifax and Boston, and between Liv
erpool and New York. may 14- f
rpHOMASC. WILSON, Auctioneer <fc
JL Commission Merchant, fronting on 9ih and the
west end of Centre Market, between Louisiana Av
enue and C street. Regular sale days every market
day. Just received a fresh supply of Flower and
Garden feeds from Weathersficld.
april 14?tf
OCEAN STEAM NAVIGATION CO.
17. 5. Mail Line to Cowet and Southampton, and
firemen.
Tho splendid nrw steamship WASHING
TON, 1760 tons burthen. Frederic Hewitt,
commander, will start from New Ifork ou the l?t of
June next, carrying the U. 8. MaiL
She will touch at Cowes and Southampton to land
passengers and freight, and deliver the mails lor
England, France, and Belgium, and will then pro
ceed to Bremerhaven. Returning, will leave Bre
rnerhaven ibe 26th of June.
'l'he Washington is built in the strongest manner,
with a view to being converted into a ship of war,
and ?ubjtct at any time to inspection by officer* ap
pointed by the President, both during and alter con
struction.
She has two engines of 1000 horse power each,
and ascoinmodatious for 140 tirst class, and 44 se
cond class passengers. I
Passage from New Yoik to Southampton or to
Bremen, first class. $120; second class, #(?0.
Fa sage from Bremen and Southampton to New
York, first claas, (150; second class, $60.
She will carry about 300 tons freight, which will
be charged according to the nature of the goods of
fering. All letters roust pass through the Post Office.
Parcels, for which bills of lading will be signed, will
be charged $5 each.
For Freight or Passage, apply at the Office of the
Ocean Steam Navigation Company, 44 William st.
corner of Wall street. New York.
E. Mills, Generul Agent.
Agents at Southampton, Dat, Cuosk.ev, & Ross.
do at Bremen, C. A. Hkinekbh & Co.
.do at Havre, William Ihkli.i.
Tlvu second Steamer of this line is in due course
of const)uction, and will be in readiness in the ensu
ing Ml. may 14-if
rrf=? There are in Georgia 50 aasociationa. 1000
churches, and 60,000 members of the Baptist church
The increase in the last year was 4,600.
J. STOUVENEL St CO.,
No. 29 Gold strtet and Ao. 3 Julin street,
near Broadway,
New York,
Manufacturers, wholesale and
RETAIL DEALERS in
CHINA. GLASS, JijYD I JIMP S,
for oil and lard.
Gas Fixtures of every description, Solar and
Gas Lamps, Chandeliers, Brackets, Girandoles,
Candelabras, &c.
Private houses, cliurclus, and hotels, fitted up
with Gas, at a great teduction in price, and all
articles warranted.
A complete assortment of the richest cut, press
ed, and plain Glass constantly on hand.
All the above articles made to order, and all
kinds of Glassware matchcd to any pattern.
Lamps altered and repaired.
Goods loaned to parties.
Oil at wholesale and retail.
New style of Hall Lamps and Lanterns,
may 13?tf
~~Fa v i l i on,
NEW BRIGHTON, 8TATEN ISLAND,
Mew York.
THE Proprietor begs to inform his friends arid
the public, that he has made considerable
improvements in this establishment since the last
season. He has erected a large buildmg contain
ing .13 rooms, altogether disconnected from the
main body of the Pavilion. These rooms are in
tended for gentlemen only; they are of a comfor -
able size, light and well ventilated, and superior
in all respects to those which are generally deno
minated single rooms in the various watering pla
ces throughout the country.
The Proprietor is now ready to treat with fami
lies or parties wishing to engage rooms for the
season. Letters addressed to him at the City Ho
tel, Broadway, will be immediately attended to
A steamboat runs between New York and New
Brighton, at the following hours, viz:
From New Brighton. From North Pier, A*. York.
At 8 and 11 A.M. At 9, P.M. and 12.
2 " 6 20 P.M. 3 1-2, 5, & 6, P.M.
More frequent communications will be estab
lished as the season advances.
The Pavilion is ready for the reception of com
pany. F. BLANCHARD.
may 13?tf
Lamps, Girandoles, Hall Lanterns and
Chandeliers.
DEITZ, BROTHER & Co.
WASHINGTON STORES,
No. 139, WILLIAM STREET, NEW YORK,
ARE manufacturing, and have always on hand,
a full assortment of articles in their line, of
the following description, which they will sell at
wholesale and retail at low prices for cash :
Solar Lamps, gilt, bronzed, and silvered, in
great variety
Suspending Solars, do do
Bracket Solars, do do
Solar Chnndaliers, do do 2, 3, & 4 lights.
Suspending Camphine Lamps; Bracket do do
Side do do
Camphine Chandeliers, 2, 3, & 4 lights
Girandoles, crilt, silvered, and bronzed, various
pattens * /
Hall Lanterns, various sizes, with cut or stained
glass.
may 13?tf
IMPORTED STATIONER V.
WM. A. WHEELER,
No. 84, Wall Street, N, Y.,
WOULD Respectfully in\ite the attention of the
Trade and Merchants visiting the city, to his
recent impoitations of
English, French and German Stationery,
embracing a complete assortment, which he offers
at the lowest prices, and ou favorable terms.?His
stock consists in part of: ?
Bristol Boards, P< rforated Boa'ds, Blotting Cases,
Camel Huir, Brushes, Cutlery, Backgammon Boards,
Chessmen and Boards, Crayons, Chalks, Creta Lae
vis, Card Cases, Souvenirs, Card Boards, Enamelled
Ware, Enamelled Cards?both aides, Envelopes,
Folders, Gold, Silver and Ornamental Papers, Ink
stands?all the new improvements, India Rubber
Bands, Ivory Tablets, Ivory Leaves, Letter Clips
and Fib s, Writing and Drawing Pencils, Wolff &
Son's, Fabor's, &c. Metallic Memorandum Books,
Mathematical Instruments, Ne Plus Ultras, Drawing
Papers, Copying Pupers, English and French Let
ter Papers, Note Papers, Wedding Stationery,
Mourning Stationeiy, Paputeries of new patterns
.Slates and Pencils, Initial, Motto and MedaHion
Sea's, Gillott's, Parry's, and other Steel Pens, Pearl.
Borto, Ivory and Wood Pen Holders, Water Colors
Vermillion Wafers, Sealing Wax, Fancy Wafers.
&c.
A large assortment of ACCOUNT BOOKS, or.
hand or made to order.
REMOVAL.
W. A. W. will rem ;ve on tho 15th May to th?
store No. 80, Wnll street, two doors above his pre
sent location, and two doors below Pearl street.
may 14-tf
PAPER H ANGINGS.
J. H. & J. M. PR ATT,
A&. 138 Pearl Street, New Yirk,
OFFER FOR SALE a complete assortment o<
Paper Hangings, Borders, Fire Board Prints
and wide Window Curtain Papers, of their owi.
manufacture and importation at th* lowest market
prices.
May 14?tf
REGULAR MAIL LINE
BETWEEN BOSTON AND N. YORK,
By the fast and splendid steamers Rhode Island and
Oregon.
(t/'Hour of leaving New York changed to 5 p. in.
THE steamers Uhade Island, Capt PoUer, and
Oregon, Capt. Thaysr, will run throughoutJbe
searon, in connection with the Stanington and Pro
vidence and Boaton and Providcnc? railroads, lead
ing New York daily. Sundaya excepted, from pi?
No. 1, North River, at 5 o'clock p. m., or upon tha
arrival of ihe mail train from Boston.
The?e steamers are unsurpassed in speed, splen
dor and comfort, having each of thaw 60 large com
modious private state rooms and berihs for 500 per
sons, besides large private rooms for families, and
parlor*.
These steamers ore officered by tne most experi
enced men, and will shorten the passage between
New York and Boston from one and a half to two
hours, thereby arriving in ample time for all the
lines from Boston, north and east.
The Orseon will leave New York Tuesday,
Thursday and Saurday.
Leave Stonington Monday, Wedneaday and Fn
The Rhode Island will leave New York Monday,
Wednei-day and Friday.
Leave Stonington Tueadsy, Thursday end Satur
day .
N.B.?Passengers on the arrival of the steamers
at Stonington proceed immediately in the splendid
railroad cars to Providence and Boston without any
d< lay; and a baggage master accompanies each
train through to Boston, to take charge of the bag
^For passage, berihs, state rooms, or freight, appli
cation may be made to the agenta on the wharf, and
at the offiee No. 10 Battery place, New York.
may 22 tf
VAN LOAN & CHASE,
FROM NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA.
OA Cm U ERREOTYPE BOOMS.
Admittance fiee?next door to U. 8. Hotel.
Pictures taken in any kind of weather, clear,
cloudy, or rainy, from 9 o'clock, a. m. till 5 o'clock
p m. Washington, 1847.
april 14?tf ?
A CARD.
L8. BECK would takethia method of notifying
, his friends and public generally that he has re
moved his house Furnishing Store from Pennsyl
vania avenue to E street north opposite Ree. O. B.
Brown's, one square "west of the General Post Office.
Having a larger house and a lower rent I can and
will sell any and all kinds of House-Furnishing
Goods cheaper than at any time heretofore. I will
try to prove this to any one in want of goods that
will give me a call. . t, ,
N. B. Room* for rent, furnished or unfurnished,
april 2 l-3m '? i
LIME! LIME f LIl&E !
A bushels fresh burnt Lime for sale by
4UU U. WARD * 80N,
at their Lumber Yard on 12th street.
maySO 1_
M
BECK'S DAGUERREOTYPE ROOMS!
One hundred per cent, cheaper than the'
cheapest !
LIKENESSES taken in the best style inferior to
none, either singly or in groups at the Hiy re
duced price of $1 60 ! S1 each. Specimens may
be seen at the rooms over the Furniahing 8tore of
L. 3. Beck, E street near the General Poet Offiee.
Remember the price $1 60. Groups in proportion,
april 2 l-3m
A CARD.
ISS ANNA M. BECK wouH respectfully in
xtjl form the Ladies of Washington that she is now
prep .red with her 8pring Stock te execute all orders
in Millinery or Mantua Making with neatness and
despatch. Residence E street, opposite Rev. O. B.
Brown's. apiil 21-3ra
? *
T) UTTER, CHEESE, Ac.?The subscriber
J3 has received a full supply of the very best
family groceries of every description in his line,
which he offers on as reasonable terras as they can
be bought in the city?such as _ _
Java, Rio Laguyra and St. Domingo coffee
Gunpowder, Imperial, Old Hyson, Young
Hyson, and Black Teas t
Loaf, Crushed, While, Havana, and Brown
Sugar
Molasses, ground and unground Spices /
Salad oils in flaskes and bottles }
Butter, Cheese, Flour, &c. &.
12000 Cigars of different kinds.
E. W. SMALL WOOD,
SCHOOL BOOKS OF ALL KIJSDS
FOR sale at the j
FOUNTAIN BOOKSTORE,
near the Railroad Depot.
may 18?tf
CHEAP BOOKS. { ?'
A VARIETY OF SECOND HAND BOOKS
for sale on very low terms, at the Fountain
Buokitore, near the Railroad Depot.
may 18 tf :
PEOPLE'S line of steam
BOATS FOR ALBANY,
From the foot of CourtUndt street. New Y^k
At 5 o'clock, p. m.?Linding at intermediate
places.
Th? steamboat Rochester, Capt. A.
'Hitchcock, will leave on Monday,
Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday af
ternoons, at 5 o'clock. _
The steamboat Cohimbia% Capt. W. W. Tup
per, will leave on Tuesday, Thursday., and Satur
day afternoons, at 6 o'clock.
All persons are forbid trusting any of the
boats of this Line without a written order from the
captains or agents.
For passage or freight apply on board- the boats,
or to P. C. fShultz, at the office on the whart
may 19 If
SHANNONDALE SPRINGS,
Ntar Charleston, Jefferson co., Va.
J. J. Abell, Proprietor^
I HAVE LEASED for a term of year# this de
lightful WATERING PLACE, Mi will have
it i<p-n for ihe recep'ion of company oo the 1st of
June. The proprietor pledges himself .that nothing
shall be spared on his part, or of tho*e in his em
ploy, to render the time of his visiters agreeable.
His fare, Ac. shall be second to that of no other
I watering place in Virginia. His bar will be fur
nished with the best of liquors of every kind ; and,
in fact, it will be the proprietor s determinstion to
render this one of the most pleasant and delightful
summer retreats in Virginia. The virtues of the
water have been fully tested in cases of >neuma
tiam, dropsy, or dyspepsia, ?nd persons afflicted
with either of those diseases will And great relief
from the bathing, &c. The proprietor has a fine
cosch and team, which will meet passengers daily
at Charleetown, on the arrival of the eare, to convey
them to and from the Springe.
Term-: $9 for the first weak, $8 thereafter; $i
60 per day.
may 19 tf

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