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Washington, June 24, 1847.
The lateet nmn from Mnieo imlk?li? P***'
Neither BuU Ann* nor Ik* Government of Mexico
ran ma* toy mora formidable resistance to the on
ward march of our army. The capital of the Re
pubUc yields, and no doubt Gen. Scott and hi* army
by 'h" l'""1 occupy the Halla of lb? Montezuma*!
Amumin( thia to be the caae, what ia the next
atop to be taken 1 To eat up a cora-*tock govern^
and frame a treaty with it, giving ua the R i
Grande for a boundary aa far up M Paaao del Rio
tiyi thence arross to tba Pacific, leaving ua New
Mexico and California; and aleo aecuring to ua the
tight of way for a ahip canal, or railroad, or other
acroee the iathmua of Tehuantepec,
eo aa to the two oceans. For these conaider
on the part of Mexico, yielded by the rorn
etock government aforaaaid, the Government of the
United Stalee to ask nothing further of Mexico in
the matter of defraying the expenaea of tho war, and
to beep for ? terra of years, or months, aa the caae
may be, an army in Mexico aufficient to protect the
cornetock government aforaaaid in the adminiatration
of the affair* of ita ahorn republic! In fine, the
Mexican nation to become a dependency of the U.
Sutee?we to protect her, and ahe to be under our
supervision and control!
The Mr1**"* muet aubmit to thia, for they can
do nothing else.
The trouble, "p*"" and botheration which wilt
enure to the United Statea in consequence of thia
etupeadoua undertaking, will be very greet. But
whether the grant movement will be of advantage or
disadvantage to the permanency and proeperity of
our country, and to the cauae of rapublicani m, ia
mora than can be predicted with any degree of ac
curacy. Time alone will determine.
The laieat newa from Vera Crux ia unfavorable.
The aeflwVc ie pravaling there to a conaiderable
extent, carrying off our troope at ? rapid rate. The
guerillas too are at work, attacking our trains of
supplif and money, >t'll'"g our men in round num>
hen, cutting off all communication with the army
under General Scott, end absolutely going into
Vera Crux, and stealing Urge numbeia of the
horaee of our troops there!
They have made a successful attack upon
one of our specie and provision trains, which
was very long, destroying forty or fifty of our
wagons, Willing some thirty of our men, and i
carrying off a goodly number of our pack- j
mules. They have stolen some sixty horses in
Vent Crua.
There ia nothing further from General Scott,
all communication having been cut ofl for the
tjnif being, by the Guerrillas. General Cad
waltader had gone up from Vera Ctuz to join
the command of General Scott, and it was
thought would cut a communication through, ,
which, of course, the Guerrillas wolud soon ,
break up again! i
While these things are going on in Mexico,
and news is every hour expected that General
Scon and Mr. Tristhave brought the Meiican
Government to terms of some kind or other,
Mr. President Polk and his kitchen Cabinet are
off popularity hunting to the North!
Mr. Polk has not, by any means, given up
his hopes of forcing his nomination for a re-elec-1
tion upon the Locofoco party. He has taken j
exactly the proper men along with him, to se
cure the right kind of delegates to the Balti |
more Convention from New Hampshire,
Maine, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. Let
Tennessee, in her forthcoming election, declare
in favor of Locofocoism, and then consider
Mr. Polk's nomination for re-election a? certain.
But not otherwise, perhaps!
Battle of El Poio. While CoL Doniphan's co
lumn, aaya the New Orleans Picayune, was on its
march from Chihuahua to SaltilU, a small advance
party under Captain Reid of about thirty rank and
file, Arrived at El Paso, (twenty-five miles above
Parraa) very early on the morning of the 13th of
May. About 9, a. m., a party of Indians were seen
emerging from a gap of the mountains, distant about
five and rr>,tr'r>g direct for the rantho. Our
troope want out at full gallop nearly half a mile to
meet them. When within thirty or forty etepe of
other, the Indiana discharged a few arrows,;
when the Americana fired their entire volley at them.
Immediately the Indiana raised the yell and rushed
in on them, discharging their arrowe with astonish
ing rapidity. Our men were forced to retieat about
100 yards to load, when they, in their turn charged
the enemy and forced them to retreat. Thus altar,
natdy did they charge, keeping op the contest Car
two hours with much spirit, our troops gaining inch
by '?"'h the ground by dint of hard fighting, while
the Indiana held it with much tenacity, and yielding
it only with their livee. The Indiana numbered be
tween fifty and aixty, and their euperior horseman
ship gave them much advantage, notwithstanding
which they were forced to foil back before the noble
daring af Capt. Reid and hie little band.
Capt. Raid, who was ably assisted by Lieuta.
Gordon, S pro ale, and Winston, was the only Ame
rican wounded. He had the satisfaction of driving
the Indians entirely off the ground, carrying with
them all their wounded and some dead, yet leaving
fifteen on the field, Nine Mexican prisoners were
taken from them and reetored to liberty, and about
1000 head of horses and mules, which, aa far as prac
ticable, were returned to the Mexicans, from whom
they had been taken.
Q9>lt is said that Tom Thumb received in
? Washington, during the three days he showed
himself here, $5000. To show the faUacy ol
this, let it be remembered that his price ol
admission was 25 cents, so that to take in
$5000 he must have seen 20,000 people. If b<
aaw 1000?we speak from personal knowledge
it exceeds our calculation.
from tht Charleston Mercury </ Mmrek 15.
Important Political History.
The reflection cut ia the General Order .after
the battle of the Horse Shoe, on the conduct of
the 88th regimeut, had imparted to the comman
ders, Williams and Benton, a deadly hostility
to Gen. Jackson. The Hero of New Orleans,
howevfi, was too deeply seated in the affec
tions of the People to be attacked directly, with
success. As in the work of assassination, some
bye or concealed path had to be selected for
| the contemplated assault. Jackson, ot warm
temperament, was strongly attached to his
friends; and his life shows with what pertina
city he sustained even those who never merited
his confidence, under the mistaken opinion
that they were true to bim. Next, it not su
perior to his devotion to his friends, was his
sensitiveness to the honor of himaelf, and
those gallant spiiits who had carried him tri
umphantly through the Creek war. To assail
either his friends or his volunteers, was a per
sonal blow at him ; and Williams and Benton,
both well understood the supposed weak or as
sailable points of the man they would strike at.
Lieut. Houston was exempt from the General
Order. His squad did not falter, but was re
ported to have behaved well, aud he himself
waa wounded-in the conflict. Relieved at the
dose of the war, he obtained a sub-agency in
the Cherokee Nation. From this place, thro'
the influence of Williams I then a Senator in
CongressJ and Benton, he was dismissed. It
was at this period that the writer became ac
quainted with Houston, a young man of erect
form, prepossesiog appearance,and in the Cher
okee costume. He narrated his story of dismis.
sal, and of Williams' and Benton's assault od
him as the favored friend of Jackson.
The General, as was to be expected, was
moved, and for the first time, the writer was
introduced to the character of Benton, under
epithets which his present friend, Gen. Hous
ton, may recall, but which cannot with propri
ety be here repeated. Politicians, however,
have an easy mode of reconciling ancient feuds.
We will watch the sequel. Next to Houston's
discharge from place, because he had incurred
Williams' and Benton's displeasure, as Jack
ton's friend, was a bill introduced and passed
in Congress, through the influence ot Senator
Williams, appropriating $25,000 to remuner
ate the Cherokees for depredations alleged to
have been committed by Jackson's Army.?
Mr. Crawford was then Secretary of War, and
the duty of executing this act devolved on his
office. If a firebrand had been cast into a mag
azine, the explosion could not have been more
sudden and terrific, than was Jackson's excite
ment on the annunciation of this fact. Know'
ing the political relations of Williams, Benton
and Crawtord at that time, and deeply sensible
to the bitter personal feelings of the two for
mer towards him, Jackson too readily yielded
to the impulse that Crawford had been made
an instrument in the hands of Williams and
Benton, to cast odium on himself and his com
mand in the Creek war. A correspondence
was opened, which, in the temper and spirit
displayed on the part of Gen. Jackson, was
little calculated either to extort explanation
from Mr. Crawlord, or to reconcile him to what
he must have considered an unprovoked as
sault. He was only the administrative officer,
not the legislative, of the offensive act; but Jack
son visited on him. with marked severity, what
was only merited by others. This is the head
and foot, the origin and beginning, of the Jack
son and Crawford feud, which had no little in
fluence on the political movements of the day,
but which Benton and other allies, after being
whipped into subserviency to General Jackson,
had the art to transfer to Mr. Calhoun, thus
falsely impressing upon the democracy of this
country, that Jackson's unfavorable leelings to
wards Mr. Crawford were at the instigation ol
Mr. Calhoun. The latter was at this period a
member of the same Cabinet, under the Presi
dency of Mr. Monroe, aud in his then intimate
relations with Mr. Crawford, was known to
have warmly reproved the injustice, in this
case, of Jackson to Mr. Crawford. This lact
is not founded on vague report, but on actual
knowledge; and the narrator, with all his strong
preferences for the General, has never disguised
the opinion, that Jackson was involved in this
controversy under the impulse of a too sensi
tive and excitable temperament. The unfortu
nate feud however had its influence on the times,
and for the truth of History reference alone is
now made to it. Though Jackson's hostility
to Crawford would seem to have originated in
the bill to indemnify the Cherokee Indians for
depredations committed on them, there were
other causes, connected with the election of
Mr. Monroe, and the caucus influence, which j
was used to defeat him, which had prejudiced
General Jackson against Mr. Crawford, and
made him the more readily yield afterwards to
the impulses which the indemnity bill had pro
duced. This early attempt, through a caucus,
to defeat or mislead the public will, claims the
next consideration of JACKSON.
Nicholas Davis, Esq., in compliance with
the wishes of the Whigs of Alabama, has an
nounced himself a candidate for the Guberna
torial chair of that State. Two other candidates
are in the field?Reuben Chapman, the nomi
1 nee of the Locofoco Caucus, and Joshua L.
? Martin, the present Governor, who, being ruled
? off the track by the caucus, has taken the field
? on his own hook. It is believed that Davis will
be elected.
L 1
Human JYature Diagrot ed.?We find the fol
lowing in the New Orleans Bulletin of the 1 lib
"William Caseraan, charged with baying
cruelly beaten bis mother, aged 85, and trom
the effects of which she died oa Thursday, was
remanded for further examination. It appeared
from the evidence given, that he had heaien
he* with a broomstick?had been seen choaking
her on the floor?had kept her in the garret tor
several days, and would not allow any person
to take her nourishment, not even water. He
was frequently heard to say that she had lived
too long, and it was time for her to die, and
that she used to eat too much. She was fre
quently seen by neighbors to fall from the
effects of weakness, supposed to have been
caused by w*nt of food, arid was found last
week, by the Rev. Mr. Case, lying on a piece
of bagging in the garret, with her head severely
Aiken, S. C., June 18, 1847.
" We regret to inform you that the steam
saw-mill, owned by Mr. E. Durber, and situa
ted about two miles from Aiken, was, with its
contents, entirely destroyed by fire on the night
of the 16th instant. His loss is about $6,000."
Da. Fitch's Lectures.?We have receiv
ed from Adams' periodical establishment?
where, by the by, all the new publications are
on 9ale?Or. Samue! Sheldon Fitch's Six Lec
tures on the Uses of the Lungs, and the Cure
of Consumption, Asthma and Heart Diseases,
a well printed duodecimo, from the press of H.
Carlisle, New York. A more admirable trea
tise upon these subjects is not to be found in
any laLguage.v Indeed, it abounds in new
thoughts and true ones. The lecturer is mas
ter of his subject, has investigated it with the
care which is ever the attribute of genius. In
style he is not as finished as might be, but that
is of little importance iu a matter so deeply af
fecting us. The discovery of Dr. Fitch is of
the highest value. It teaches what the world,
with all ite wisdom, never knew before. It
teaches us that the lungs give to the human
machine its power of action; that this power
exists in the atmospheric air; that the lungs
are the medium by which and through which
the principle which gives the human machine
its living power is conveyed to it. This teach
ing being true, the cure of diseases of the
lungs follows as a necessary consequence.
And Dr. Fitch's theory is fortified by practical
results. Every father, every mother, every
man and woman, should go at once and buy
this book. It will enable any consumptive pa
tient to cure his or her malady, and instruct
parents how to save their children from this
scourge ot life.
A Democratic paper says that 500 copies of
Corwin's speech were found in Santa Anna's
baggage, captured at Cerro Qordo. We should
like to know how Santa Anna got into Mexico,
to read them ?
1,600 pounds of Alum,
For sale by CHA8. STOTT,
Drug 6c Apoth corner 7th & Pa . sv
may 21 tf
Attorney and Counsellor at LAW.
WAMiseTOX, d. r.
Practices in the Supreme Court of tine United
States, and in the courts of Maryland, Virginia, and
the District of Columbia, and
for persons having business with Congress, the
War, Treasury, Navy, and General Post Office De
partments, the General Land Office, Pension Office
Offic& of Indian Affairs, Patent Office, Ac. Ac.
Missouri Avenue, between 3d and 4] streets.
OCj* Particular attention paid to the procuring of
the Bounty doe to Soldiers of the United States un
der the law of Feb. 11, 1847, and to the procuring
of Patents for new Inventions.
ap 14dtf
Fresh groceries, butter, & cheese
The subscriber has on hand, a fresh supply ot
every description of goods in his line, which he of
fers on reasonable terms.
66 bags Java, Rio, Laguyra, Maricaibo, and Af
rican COFFEE
35 chests and hal?chests Gunpowder, Imperial,
Old Hyson, Young Hyson, and Black
10'casM very choice Tea. 12 lbs in enA, for fa
1500 pounds double refined and 2d quality Loaf
1500 pounds crushed and pulveied J,oaf Sugar
1000 do white Havana do
1000 do brown do do
Porto Rico and New Orleans do
Do do and St Croix Molasses
Sugar-house and New Iberia Sirup
Ground and unground Spices, of every va
Catsups, Curry Powder, French and other
Olives, Capers, Sardines, and Anchovies
Selid Oils, in flasks and bottles
700 gallons winter-strained and common Oil.
60 whole, half, and qr. boxes Raisins
t casks Currants
4 bbls. Dried Apples *
HO do Green do
X cases Prunes, in jarsand fancy boxes
30 drums 8myrna Figs
26 bbls Eastern Cranberries
TOO pounds soft shelled Almonds
150 do Filberts. '
28 tubs choice Welsh Butter
30 boxes superior Cheese
8apsago do
31 bbls pink-eyo^Potatoes
40 do ex Irs brand Naw York Flour
40 do Virginia do
50 pockets Buckwheat
12 boxes do
23 bbls hslf and qr. do.
Nackereh Cod, Shad, and Herring.
20 boxes Sperm Candles
10 do patent do
10 do Adamantine do
Blooms, Mats, Pails, Baskets, See.
20000 Regalia, La Norma, Principe, and other
brand Cigars.
apl4?dtff- 7th street
Bull's extract of SttrupiMtla
Sand's da do
Leidy1! do do
Townsend'a do
Sehwartie's do
Houck'e Panacea
Swaiiu's do
? byrap Sarsu par ilia Compound
These medicine* arc all of Standard Merit, tad I
are warranted pure and genuine. At this aaaaon of]
the year they will be found highly beneficial for pu
rifying ihe blood and idvigorating the ayatem.
For aale by CH A8. STO IT.
Drugdt A poth corner of 7th & Pa av.
may 21 tf
Coach Varnish
No. l Furniture do
M 2 do do
IScraping do
Japan do
Leather do
For aale in five gallon tins by
Drug and Apoth corner of 7th dc Pa a*,
may 21 tf
rpOOTH-AOHE DROPS. An immediate and j
X Perfect cure. For aale by
Druggist 4" Apoth. corner of 7th 4* Pa. av.
may 12?tf
THOMAS c. WILSON, Auctioneer A
Commission Merchant, fronting on 9ih and the
weet end of Centre Market, between Louisiana Av
enue and C street. Regular sale days every market |
day. Just received a fresh aopply of Flower and
Garden Seeds from Weatherafield.
april 14?tf _
VER may hear of something to his ad
vantage by applying immediately at this office.
vamay31 3t*
tons, and 400 horse power each. Under contract
with the Lords of the Amiralty.
HIBERNIA, Captain Alexander Ryrie
CALEDONIA, Captain Edward G Lott
BRITANNIA, Captain John Hewitt
CAMBRIA, Cap. Cbas. H. E. Judkins
ACADIA, Captain William Harrison.
The four steamships now building, are
Will sail fiom Liverpool and Boston, via Halifax, |
as followa:
From Boston. From Liverpool.
Hibernia, on 1st ap. 1847- I Cambria, on 4th ap. 1847-1
Cambria, on 1st may '47- I Caledonia, on 20th ap '47
Caledonia, on 16th may'47 | Britania, on 4th may '47
Passengers luggage to be on board the day previ
ous to sailing.
Paasage money?from Boston to Liverpool, $ 120; |
do. do. to Halifax, $20.
No berth secured until paid for.
These ships carry experienced Surgeons.
No freights except specie received on days of sail-1
ing. D. BRIGHAM, Jr., Agent,
At Harndon dc Co.'s, No. 6 Wall st., N. Y.
may 14 tf ??
ffj* In addition to the above line betweqp Liver
pool and Hallifax, and Boston, a contract has been
entered into with Her Majesty's Government, to es
tablish a line between Liverpool and New York di
rect. The steam ships for this service are now being
built, and early uext year due notice will be given
of the time when they will start. Under the new
contract (he steamers will sail every Saturday during
eight months, and every fortnight during the other
four months in the year, going altemaetly between
Liverpool and Halifax and Boston, and between Liv
erpool and New York. may 14-tf
HOURS OF DEPARTURE of the passenger I
trains on the Main Stem and Washington
Branch of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, 1st |
May, 1847.
lWaiti Stem
For Cumberland, Hancock, Martinshurg,.
Harper's Ferry, Winchester,''Frederick,
ElUcott's Mills, and intermediate depots i
by the regular train,
For Frederick and intermediate atationa, > ^
by extra train, except Sunday, 5 P,M
From Cumberland, daily, regular train, at 8 a. m.
Hancock, do do 10 j "
Martinsburg, do do 11 j "
Harper'aFerry, do do 12$ r. m.
Frederick, daily, except Sunday ex
tra train, 8 a. m. j
Do do by regular train, 2 p. m.
Ellicott's Milla, daily, by several trains, at 7
a. M. 12 m. and 4 A r. m.
^??7 'elk
*P?,S5 a. m.
Fare in rither direction between Cumberland and
Baltimore, $7, and for intermediate distances at the j
uniform rate of 4 cents per mile.
Through tickets are issued between Baltimore |
and Wheeling, respectively, $11
Between Baltimore and Pittsburgh, 10
Between Philadelphia and Wheeling, 1J
Washington Branch.
From Baltimore at 6$ a. x. and p. m. daily.
Do do 9 a. m. daily, except Sunday.
From Washington at 6 a. m. and 5$ p. w. daily.
Do do 12 p. m. daily, except Sunday.
By order: D. J. FOLEY, Agent,
may 18?tf
MORJYfJVG LINE at 6 1-12 o'clock ,
Landing at Caldwell's, West Point,
Newburg, Hampton, Poughkeepsie,
Hyde Park, Rhinebeck, U. Red Hook,
Briatol, Catsk.ilI, Hudaon, Coxaackie, and Kinder-1
hook. Fare reduced. Breakfast and dinner on |
board the boat. *
The steamboat Niagara, Capt. H. L. Kellogg, I
will leave the steamboat pier, foot of Barclay st., ]
on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturdsy, at half-past
6 o'slock, returning on opposite days.
For freight or passage apply on board, or to F.
B. Hall, at the office on the wharf.
From the foot of Court'aodt atreet, New York.
Passengers taking thia boat will arrive in time to
take the morning train of cars from Troy west to
BuflUo, and north to Saratoga and Lake George.
The low-pressure steamboat Empire, Captain
B. Macy, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
at 9 o'clock p. m.
The low-pressure steamboat Columbia, Captain
W. Tupper, on Mondays, Wednesdsys, and Fri
days, at 6 o'clock, p. m.
No freight taken after 5 o'clock.
For passage or freight apply on board, or at the
office on the wharf.
may 19 tf
SODA WATER, <fcc. <fcc.
MR8. M. A. CAMPBELL would respectfully
inform the ladies end gentlemen of Washing
too, and vwitsra to the metropolis, that ahe ha* ta
ken the houae formerly occupied by Mr. Barnes, on
Pennsylvania avenue, between 3d and 3d afreets,
west of the Depot, where ahe will at all times be
prepared to watt upou those who may give her their
Ladies and gentlemen viaiting the Capitol grounds
will find thia establishment a convenient and plea
aant resort; while no expense or peine will be
?pared to make the Ice Cream and Soda Water se
cond to none in the city.
All the luxuriea usually found in a confectionary
constantly kept. Call and aee.
may 21 Im
Corner of Pent>. Jivenue and 3d street, un
der Oadsby'* Hotel.
"Rough and Ready," "Buena Vista," and
"Carro Gordo" Julep*.
XHI8 establiehment fa now open for the reception
of visiters, under the auperviaion of Mr. J. A.
ry, who is prepared to serve up in the moot re
cherihe style every description of beveragea to tickle
the appetite and pleaae the tastes of the moat faatidi
They who are disposed to give it a csll will be
sure to come sgain, where they can have all the
fashionable beverages prepared to " ordersuch as
Rough snd Ready, Buena Vista, and Cerro Gordo
Juleps, Palo Alto Sangaree, Oseat Punch, AI vara
do Cobblers, and California Smashes, dec. Ac.
may20 lm
Paa$age Five Cents?Freight at Redtwed rates.
f) ""ST1. _ The departure of the steamer JO
Tin rrffllf^rrrf JOHNSON, will be, as nigh
as practicable, at the following hours, until further
notice, viz:
Leave Alexandria at 7], 10, 12], and 41 o'clock.
Leave Washington at 8j, 11, l?, 3}, and 5$
o'clock. WM. H. NOWELL, Captain,
aprit 20?dtf
1000 libs, of Bpsom Salts?
For sale by CHA8. 8TOTT,
Drug 6l Apolh corner 7th & Pa av.
may 21 tf
H LLOYD has ingeniously succeeded in in
, venting a Compound of such a delightful
? nature as to render the hardest and roughest akin soft,
fair, and delicately white.
Ladies Riding, Gardening, or Painting, and Gen
tlemen Shooting, Hunting, Fiahing, Cricketing,
Rowing, Ac., or any amusement or exertion preju
dicial to the hands, witt find the improved ROUGH
pleaaingly efficacious in removing all hardness, stain,
redneas, and all other cutaneoua disfigurement; pre
venting and rendering the skin soft, fair, and phable.
From the nice combination of Balsamic ingredi
ents introduced into the composition, they form a
fine Creamy Lather, with the hardest or Sea Water,
which renders them very desirable for Salt Water
Baths. They produce the most softening and re
freshing sensation, and will be found an excellent
substitute for the Flesh Brush.
They are highly recommended to Captains of
Ships, Merchants, and all who trade with foreign
countries, as they will retain their virtue in any cli
mate. For sale by CHAS. STOTT.
Drug, if Apoth? corner of 7th 4" Pa. av.
may 12?tf
"naints, Oils, and Paint Brushes, Ac.
Y_ The subscriber hse just received a large and
fresh aupply of PAINT8, OILS, Ac, part of which
are named below. They are guaranteed to be pure
and good, and from the best manufactories. All
persons wanting such articles would find it to their
advsntage to>call, as I am determined to sell lower
than similsr articles can be got at any other place
in this city.
360 kega White Lesd
120 lbs. Chrotne Green
120 lbs. Chrome Yellow
20 lbs. Chrome Red
100 lbs. Pure Verdegris
300 lbs. Red Lead and Lithsrge
100 lbs. Imperial Grasn
600 lbs. Venetian Red and Sp. Brown in oil
30# lbs. Yellew Ochre in oil
100 Iba. Paris Green, dry
60 lbs. do. do. in oil
A large assortment of Paint anil fFhite Wash
400 lbs. Lamp Black, dry and in oil
10 lbs. Sp. Whiting
1000 Iba. Putty
200 Boxes of Window Glass, all sizes
6 bbla. Linseed Oil
6 bbla. Copal and Japan Varniah
3 bbl#. Sp. Turpentine
1 cask bleached Lamp Oil, at 76 eta pr. gall.
Also, PURE PINE OIL, received fresh from the
manufactory every week.
CHARLES STOTT, corner 7th atreet
april 27?6mo and Penn. Av. |
DR. C A. Van Zandt's Health Restora
tive Pilla ia a medicine wbich not only curea
but prevents disease, capable of great results, and
equally calculated to be safely used for apparently
; amall ones. We all know how dreadful and dsn
geroua a seated bilious diaorder is, and we are alao
well aware of the seeming inaignificance of its first
warnings or incipiency. The individual auflering
from alight paina in bis chest, back, or stomach, or
from occasional nausea, dull headache, extreme ner
vousness, aleepleaaneaa, trifling prevarication of ap
petite, and other diaagreeable visitations ao common
ly and foolishly looked upon as unimportant, rosy
not know thst these symptom*, 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 long train of unbearable ilia which
are known by the following namea: Hypochondria,
mania, dizziness, alow fevera, epilepsy, asthma,
dropay, rheumatism, chloraaia, convulaions, nausea,
nervousness, crapma, gout, pleurisy, jaundice, irrita
bility, and violence, dyspepsia, hyaterics, acurvy.foul
stomach, dry coughs, glandular affection*, colds, lin
gering sore throat*, varioua disorganizations of the
grest intestine, atricturea and spasmodic complainta
internally, eruptions, ahoriness of breath, heartburn,
neuralgia, vital inflammation, flstuience, gastric fe
vera, Ac.
Sometimes, too, there ensuea an irregular action
ef the heart. Take these pills and suffer no more.
121 Fulton at., N. Y? General Agents; and sold
april 24?6mo.
B* lbs. Potaah for aale. Juat received by
may 20 7th street and Penn. avenue.
' 8. BECK would takathie method of notifying
U his friends Mid public generally that he has re
moved hi* house Furnidkm^Store from Psnnsyl
varna avenue to E street north oapaaite fr O. B.
Brown's, one square west of the General PoatOffice!
Having a larger bouse and a lower rant I can and
wilt sell any and all kinda of House-Furnishing
Goods cheaper than at any time heretofore, I will
try to prove this to any one ia wast of gooda that
will give me a call
N. B. Rooms for rent, furniahed or unfumiahed.
april 21-3m
/i AA buabela freah burnt Lima for aale by
** W u. WARD * SON,
at their Lumber Yard on 12th etreet.
MI88 ANNA Ma BECK would respectfully in
form the Ladiea of Waahington that atw ia now
prepared with her 8pring Stock ta execute ell oideia
in Millinery or Mantua Making with ntiUntft and
deepatch. Residence E street, opposite Rev. O B
Brown's^ april 21-3m
V. 8. Mail Line to Cowea and Southampton, and
?fiSfv The (splendid new ateamahip WASHINO
383K TON, 1750 tone burthen, Frederic Hewitt,
commander, will atart from New York on the lat of
June next, carrying the.(J. 8. Mail.
She will touch at Cowea and Southampton to land
paaaengera and freight, and deliver the maile for
Englaud, France, and Belgium, and will than pro*
ceed to Bremerhaven. Returning, will leave Bre
merhaven the S6th of June.
The Waahington ia built ia the atrongeet manner,
with a view to being converted into a ahip of war,
and nubject at any time to inspection by officers ap
pointed by the President, both daring and after con
She has two engines of 1000 horse power each,
and ascommodationa for 140 first clans, and 44 se
cond claaa passenger*.
Pasaage from New York to Southampton or to
Bremen, first clans, $120; second class, $60.
Passage from Bremen and Southampton to New
York, first class, $150; second class, $60.
She will carry about .100 tone freight, which will
be charged according to the nature of the goods of
fering. All letters must 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 at.
corner of Wall street, New York.
E. Miua, General Agent.
Agents at Southampton, Dat, CaosaKr, & Ross,
do at Bremen, C. A.Hkinckk* ?Co.
(do at Havre, Willi am Isblin.
The second Steamer of thia line ia in due course
at construction, and will be in readiness in the ensu
[?? fa"- may 1-4?If
By the fast and splendid steamers Rhode Island and
Or I gun.
QC/*Hou'r of leaving New York changed to 5 p. m.
THE steamers Rhode Island, Capt. Potter, and
Oregon, Capt. Thayer, will run throughout (ft#
season, in connection with the Stanington and PPro
vidence and Boston and Providence railroads, leav
ing New York daily, Sundays excepted, from pier
No. 1, North River, at 5 o'clock p. m., or fepon the
arrival of the mail train from Boston.
These steamers are unsurpassed in spaed, splen
dor and comfort, having each of them ?0 large com
modious private state rooms and berihs for 600 opr.
sons, besides large private rooms for famiUsa, tnd
These steamers are officered by tne moat ezperi
enced men, and will shorten the -passage betwaan
New York and Boston from ow and a half la two
hours, thereby arriving in ample lima for all {fc
lines frpm Boston, north and esst.
The Orseon will leave New York Tue^aw
Thursday and 8aturday. T
Leave Stonington Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day. "
The Rhode Island will leave New York
Wednesday and Friday.
^ Leave Stonipgton Tuesday, Thursday and
N.B.?Passengers on the arrival of the steen
at Stonington proceed immediately in the spin
railroad cars to Providence and Boaton without
delay; and a baggage master accompaniea Men
tram through to Boston, to take charge of the baa
For passage, berihs, state rooms, or freight, appli
cation may be made to the agents on the wharf; and
at the offiee No. 10 Battery place, New York
may22 tf
JYo. 29 Gold street and JYo. 3 John street,
near Broadway.
Wew York,
Gas Fixtures of every description, Solar aid
?.*ndte',,fc",de"e"' Br*0l"te' ???#*.
Private houses, churches, and hotels, fitted lt>
with Gas, at a great reduction in price, and aH
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 ol Glassware matched 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
From the foot of Coprtlandt street, New York.
o'f/ocfe, p. m.?Landing at intermediate
L placet.
The steamboat Rochester, Capt. A.
^HCBHBLHitchcock, will leave on Monday,
Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday af
ternoons, at 6 o clock.
The steamboat Columbia, Capt. W. W. Tud
*re forbid tru,tin? any of the
or m?pprsr ,7 freig?4 'PP'y on hoard the boats,
may *19 ^ *** 0,1 "
L()R aale at the
near the Railroad Depot.
may IS?tf
for asle on very low forma, the Fountain
Bookstore, near the Railroad Denot
may 18 tf * "
CWAA' A*? t *W
J-J ?E, L> '"Porter and dealer in E. Ware China
SmXl P'C a"f reUil> at opposite
StjTi. " ' Cn",ylvwna Av8r?>? Washington

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