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the city clerk.
it *I?S CATHA.?I*B K. StDOItWIllt.
?A sister's love! I dwell upon the tlieune?
The only love on earth to which the cart h
lias iriven no taint of self regardful care
uas b^c" "" HENY WARE.
It is ahoul the middle of November?to
bright, soft day, when the genial spi.it ot
the year looks back with one of his farewell
smiles. His warm breath has spread a mI
ver haze over the rugged hill-Miles. The
mountain tops are shining?the dried leaves.
bitten off by the frost, turn round and round
and drop without a sound. A rather nar
row, brisk stream runs rapidly, descending
as it goes, till it reaches the rear of a neat,
one-story house, where, being set back b>
a dam below, it seems like a plate of bur
nished steel from which a soft vapor is ris
ing Around its edges is a thin co.iliug ol
ice, indicatiug the cold of the preceding
night. The house stands on the declivity
of a hill that slopes gradually from the
road, (a hundred yards from it,) with one
end to the river, the other to the road, autl
fronting South. Behind it is a litile yar
den-patch, which in its winter adversity
shows sigus of being cared for and loved ;
some plants being carefully tied up, and a
few covered with old boxes and barrels, j
There are some other signs of refinement, J
not too common about the humble dwell
ings of our conutry parls; vines trained
about the low door, and rose bushes so
nicely fitted around the old windows thai
they seem to have come and to stay there
of their own aecoid. Neatness, that good
angel of an humble home, keeping all right'
with her ever rustling wings, hovers round
this pretty dwelling. A small woodpile is
laid up as if by mathematical rule. No
liitcr of any kind is anywhere to be seen,
and one wonders what the splendid cock
with his pedestrian harem can find to make
them pick so busily arouud the sunny door
It is but nine o'clock, and morning at1
that hour, on the fifteenth of November,
had hardly dawned on luxurious dwellers
- in great houses ; but here how much of
the daily work had been accomplished. A
pale, and in common parlance, "unfortunate
man," is sitting bolstered in an easy chair
near a cheerful fire, his right arm and leg
withered and useless. His wife, a woman
?with a mild, thoughtful face, sits near the
"window making a vest, and with the imple
ments of latloring about her. W iih every
stitch, and without hinderiug it, sbe turns
her eye on the lame man, and addressing
him as country wives use, she says, "Do
you find your paper interesting, father? is
it almost lime lor father's drops?" ami the
answer is k'Yes," or "No," as may be, but
always iu a cheerful tone, which, coming
from that poor, mutilated figure, is startling
like a light suddenly kindled in darkness.?
A trig little lass is putting the last touches
to the morning's house-work. She has
cleared away the breakfast, skimmed the
milk, "swept up," and "mopped up," and
is ready to sit down by her mother to finish
otr the work that always accumulatesfor
Saturday. Both father's and mother's eyes
often turn to her, and who would not luve
to look on a face so beaming with intelli
gence, so fresh and cheerful. Never were
there prettier or brighter lips, or more
beautiful teeth, or in palace or cottage a
more electrifying smile than little Ruth
Hathaway's. Perhaps it derived this qual
ity from a cast of sadness and care on her
brow ; it was a shadow on a rose. There
it fell when her father was brought home
from his new factory with the flesh torn
from his arm and leg, and there it remained
indelible. As to the rest, the face is pretiy
and pleasing, but not beautiful; her eyes are
rather small and greyish, and her complex
ion clear and pure, is uut brilliant. Her hair
not only does not curl, and is neither au
burn, chestnut, nor raven, but a very com
mon brown, and only remarkable for the
neatness with which she arranges it on her
very well-sbaped head. Ruth is said 10 be
the image of her father, and she rather
prides herself on this resemblance.
Ralph Hathaway is reckoned by common
observers, as we have said, an "unfortunate
man could any amount of ill-luck or ca
lamity make that epithet fitting him whose
temperament is so cheerful ihat his sun
w ill break through the heaviest clouds??
His heart is a never-intermitting fountain of
love to God, and peace and goodwill to
f an
"'Ruth, what are you lisloning for r
asked the father; "1 hear nothing but the
"Nor I,father; 1 wish we did not always
hear that,?it??
44 It puts you in mind of father s accident t
I know, Ruthy, and so it docs me, but then
it sets m? off thinking how my life was
spared, and how 1 should never have known
what a good woman mother is, but for that
'tis not every wife that would care for
such a poor rack as I am."
"O, father!" exclaimed both mofher and
"Well, then, it is not every woman thai
would give up the thoughts of being the
wife of a rich agent for a company, move
out of a nice new house, and stitch, stitch
from morning to night to support her fami
ly. Who ha# a right to be cheerful, if 1
have not ? I can tell you there's times
when the factory makes my thoughts go
straight up." .
Our friend Hathaway's voice was rather
choked ; he cleared it, and added, "but
what were you listening to Ruihy, dear?'
"Why, father, I was listening for the rail
road whistle ; we always hear it, you know
when tho wind is west."
"Why, I heard it, Ruth, when you were
?etting up the dishes."
"Oh, did you, father ?" then Charlie's
letter is near the poet office by this time."
"Do n't be too sure, my child "
''I can't help being sure, mother. Char
lie never tails to write when he says he will,
and this letter is to tell us whether he can)
come home to Thanksgiving, and its onlv
twelve days to that, and I shall be hmI six
teen that day."
k \ es, yes, Ruthy," said the father,
. come what come may, thanksgiving da)
will always be thanksgiving to us."
"Oh, there's Colonel Miles !" exclaimed I
Ruth, and she lushed to the door, not, I
however, without giving her father a brush
'">1 a kiss as she passed. j
"Colonel Miles!" she shouted, "can't j
you please to slop at the post-ofiice, anil I
'jriug our letter from Chailic ?" The Col.
v as not going to the post-office, hut his
;nrniitg-ofl place was near it, and it was hut
die work of two minutes for Kuth to beg a
??eat in hi.s little wagon, to get her mother's
leave to go herself to the post-office, to I
rake the chance of the two miles' walk
home it she did not get a cast, and above I
ill to obtain leave to open the letter hersell,
as soon as received, to whichever member
of the family it might be addressed.
Three hour&passed away, when Anthouy,
?? colored man, living at Mr. Gardner's in
the village, brought Airs. Hathaway a letter
from 11 uih. It euclosed one from Charles.
On Ruth's lettei was written in large char
acters, "Read this first," and the mother
road as follows ; "Dear mot her, and father,
don't feel too bad. I shall be on my way
to New York when you get this. Mist
Emma Gardner Ims lent me ten dollars, and
what clothes I shall w ant. Father can't go;
and you can't leave father, mother; and j
?I can't stay. Father you will keep up
mother's spirits won't you ?" I kuow it
will all come right.
"P. S. Mr. Gardner has gone to Boston,
so Mis? Emma and 1 have had no one to
cousult with. 1 would not tell any body
else for the world." i
Mrs. Hathaway, pale and trembling, gave
this letter to her husband, while she read
that from her son Charles.
"Dear father arid mother, and Ruth,?I
have got into some trouble. 1 ask of you
all not to feel anxious or distressed. I ex
pect" (expect was erased and /tape substi
tuted) 'Mo get out well, but if I don't, I
shall still keep 'right ?ido up,' as father
would say. Now be calm, mother, dear.
Just before we locked up last night, I ob
served a stranger come into the shop ? the
doors were closed, and all the clerks called
into the middle ot the shop, away from the
counters. Otis Jackson w as standing close
to me at the time we were spoken to. 1
heard him mutter'd?n it,' but I had not
the least thought of what was coming. Mr.
Brown spoke : 'We have been missing,'!
nays he, 'fine goods for the last month ; a
shawl was taken last week ; two yards of
costly lace and one of the five-dollar pocket j
handkerchiefs are gone to-day. YVe have
a policeman here, and you must all be
searched. One of you must be guilty. I
am sorry for th? innocent, but no disgrace I
will rest upon them,?do your duty, Rush
ton.' The policemen began the search.
?Some of our young men laughed and joked;
I could not, 1 was afraid it would prove to
be Otis. He was the fourth searched, no
thing was found on him. My turn came
next; the things were found in my coat
pocket, cftopof my handkerchief and every
thing, as il they had just been put there ?
How the truth is to be found out, 1 don't
know, but 1 feel as if it would. All I ask
is that father will keep up mother's spirits,
and dear Ruth, only think how you would
all feel if 1 had taken the things. 1 shall
wiite daily, so don't be auxious.
"Ever your loving son and brother,
"P. S. Dire'ct to me 'care of Robert Hen
shaw; he is my Iriend among the clerks."
(To he continued.)
Important, jf true.?Just as our paper
was going 10 press, says the New Orleans Na
tional ot the 5th instant, we were iuformed by
a gentleman in whom we have every confi
dence, that a report from a respectable source
reached this city from the ciiy of Mexico, last
night, that a dysentery of a malignant charac
ter had broken out among our troops at Puehla,
and that it is believed the Mexican venders of
milk, pulque, liquors, &c., poisoned those ar
ticles with acertaiu poisonous vegetable, which
grows in (lie neighborhood. We he|jeve the
rumor entitled to credit, and hope Gen. .Scott
will hear of it in time to prevent an extension
of the diaholicnl plot.
" Fell mc ubvut Dr. Cbabnera," said I to a person
with whom I was one day conversing.
"Oh, D'. Chn'mers !" (in Scotland utmost univer
sally the name ia spoken as though it were ?p. |t
Cbftwim ra.) '-Ob. Dr. Cba'm?-r? !" he replied, "he's
just unlike ony inott you ev? r beirj ?f."
M W.rll, but what is ao pecul ar about him ?"
"Indeed, I canna just tell, but he quite amazes
you. He takes away your breath."
"Have yc hear J Dr. Cha'tnera inquired ano
ther of me on one occasion.
"N<?, I have not.''
"Kh, sir, but you should bear him."
3' Have you no preachers,' I askid, "wh? can d<?
as well as he V*
"Indeed, sir, we havemony good preachers; mony
excellent preachers. There's Dr. G n, and
Dr. G y, fine men, very fine men; Mr.
II is a very fine mon, and Dr. C- ih a
powerful gifted mon, a great mon. b'lt O, sir, Dr.
Oha'mcr*! Dr. Cha'mers! he a the mon to make
, the rafteri roar !**
The cotton factory of Messrs. E. N. and S. Kald
> win, of Huntington, wa< set on fire and entirely
^ consumed on Tuesday morning !ajt, about 1 o'cl'k.
jT. c loas is estimated at between 6 aud $7,000.
H a peace is made now, says ihe N. Y. Couriei
and Enquirer, you may expect to see it include N
Mexico, hdiI Lower California, and a strip,
with the right of sovereignty for a canal or raiboad
aero** the loihumus of Tehuantepec. It istaid tba'
the Mexicans themselves are exlremely anxiou* to
have this canal or railroad made by us; and in any
"Wit you may therefore consider thia an a lact ac
Fhe New Voi k Eipmo baa rwcinfj an unofficial
statement of "Uncle KamVCash Account." I?y wltiih
n ts made to appear, and pretty clearly too, that the
deficiency, to be obtained by loans in 1848, will
amount to about ft49,ntn>,0t>0 only.
A Curiosty may be seen at this ofiico, na\n the
St. Louis Republican. It is a sheaf? if we may so
call it?of wheat, the product of a single graii',
when sown. It numbers seventy stalks, and con
tains, as near an r ut lie asceilatued, lour thousind
grains. It is live feet high. and lite wheat is of a
*pk-udid quality. Thin curiosity was giown on the
farm of John biappington, esq., of (iruvois, who, we
understand, in the cultivation of this grain, considers
a peck of seed sufficient for an acre of ground, in
stead of usiug a bushel or a bushel and a half, as
many farmers do. ,
Of/* The. Telegraph wire* extend 100 mil<s from
Pittsburgh to Wheeling, sixty mile* of which is on
the lino'to Cleveland. The 15th of August will
see the Atlantic in communication with Cincinnati
and Cleveland.
The difficulties between one of the clans of the
Sioux ahd Winnebago Indiaus are about to be set
tled. Lieut. McRenny says that the chief* of the
tribe* were to meet at fort Atkinson to tettle their
Musquiloe*. W? see a simple receipt given iu
the papers, todiive away these troublesome pests. It
consists in wetting a piece of fhniitl or sponge
with camphor spirits, and uusptiidiug it over the bed,
when the inusquitocs, it is said, immediately vanish.
It is worth a trial these warm night*.
? An affray occurred in Nt. [Francis county,
Aik., last .week, between Dr. Hale and Dr. Peyton.
Dr. 1T., we learn, went to Peyton's room, with a
double barrel shot gun, saying he had come to kill
him, and attempted to Ore, but Ihe cap bursted, fail
ing to go off. He immediately cockcd the isccoiid
bairel and fired, one shot taking effect in Peyton's
chest, Peyton then reached a rifle setting in the
room and shot Hale through the body, just as he
(H.) wis in the act of drawing a pistol.
Cheap. A hair dresaer in Brooklyn advertises
as follows: Whigs well cleaned for 50 cts. Ex
Impos&ible ! no rnunan his seuses could do such
dirty work, at such wages. Pittsburg Post.
That was working ch ap; but when the same
man was a&ked whether ho would clean Locofocos
on shares, he replied that they were bke the boy's
string of iiah, be would not e'ean them for them.?
Wheeling Daily Tunes.
Tim wew couhsk of trai)e.?Fourteen bar
rels of flour from Nashville, Tennessee, reach
ed this city by railroad yesterday, (snys the
Savaunah Republican,) in fine order, and
found a prompt sale. This is the first flour
that ever came to this port from Nashville. It
was eight days in coming.
Toe Chicago Convention was organized on the
fifth instant, by making Mr. Edward Bates, of
Missouri, the Presiden'. Letters were real from
Messrs. Clay, Benton, Wright, Cass and Van Bu
ren. Their views upon River and Htubor improve
ments may be epitomized as follows:
Mr. Clay: Cordial concurrence in the objects of
the Convention.
Mr. Van Burcn : By no means iudiff-rcnt to the
objects of the Convention.
Mr. Cass : No opinion whatever upon the Mibjcct.
Mr. Wright: Imperfect views npon the objects of
the Convention, but not indifferent to them, though
none for public, u*e.
Mr. Benton : Subject belong* to Congress which
must confine it within Constitutional grounds of
which the President is the judge.
Flour in Baltimore yo?teiday Jo 25 to 5 37
corn n.eal $2 87 and dull; new rtd wheat 100c to
110c ; corn 6:ic to ?6t-; oats 40c ; rye 70c.
I have heard a great deal said al>out the next can
didate for the Presidency, *avs a correspondent of the
Cin iiinnii Gazette writing front ftmitldaud, Ky.
Nobody names any other than General Taylor. The
enthnsisni in h>s favor seems general. 'J'hc passen
gers on several bonis that p?sacd us waved their
hats and htizurd for General Taylor, This seems
to foreshadow the reality.
."fjCT The N. (). Delia says I hat Gen. Taylor if
going to San Luis, that hi* forces will 1* ample for
that purpose, that the 4ih Indianiaiis art on their
way to him, Ac.
As evidence of the Republican simplicity wiih
which t! e President and th?* officers named, a I gen
lleuien of distinguished ubiliiie*, havo travelled, I
would state that they had only two attendants for
the the party?William, a young colored gentleman,
and Bowman, a staid and faithful Dutchman.
[ Travelling Correspondent of Hmton font.
We thought they had three attendant?the young
negro gentleman, the Dutch gentleman, and the
Boston I'ost gentleman !
By Dr. S. II. Hamilton ? Gen. Taylor; In our
recent war wiih Mexico, he ban gained imperishable
laurels, and * ell deserves the lirat *ifi of the nation.
?Sumtnville, S. G., l-'ourlh of July Gilcbralion.
C. General Taj/lor,' Old Rough nnd Ready."?
??Well done tliou good and faithful servant! We once
put thee over few things?we will now make ihoo
Hultr over many." [Hail (0 the Chief.
The Co pers'own, IV. Y., lie, uMic.an to. has run
up the Taylor flag. Tbre? cheers fot the Old Hero!
The Union hopes that the recall of Mr. I.uboa
may not lead lo war between Brazil and this couii
tiy. We hope- so loo, but there ia no counting on
Mr. Polk. He is so warlike, that the emperor had
better be ou bis good behaviour,
1 lie Cincinnati Gazelle has been credibly
informed thai preliminary steps are being taken
lor the establishment of a University in Cali
fornia, on the Bay of San Francisco; and that
two talented young men of that city are spo
Ivtfi of as professors!
BtfM ani? The New York 1'iibunc
saya: The prices of heavy work have advanced witb
111 a week in consequence of the improvement in
leather about 10 per cent. The hiusiiuss is active in
[?reparation fur the arrival of the Southern and
Western trj*?l?*. Light work, in consequenco of the
advance of the Kgnon, lias become inactive at proi*
ous rales.
Cj'Samuel Willinton, Kcq.. of Kasthamptou, has.
made anot'ifi donation of S'JO.OOO In Amhnrst Col
lege, and Mr. Iliicbcoek, of BrimGeld #10,000, both
forjprofessorships. The Professorship of Natural
Theology and (teo'o jy is to be hereafter known of
the Ililchroek Prnf HMirhlii|t in that institution.?
That's wise, gentlemen. Give your money while
living, and it will not lx< squandered.
The soil which lias been so long pending in
relation to the Tuscumbia and Decatur mi'
road, has at length been decided in favor ol
the Phoenix Bank of New York city. The
bank has offered the roud for sale, and will
dispose of it at auction in a few weeks.
" Let France and all monarchical Europe
consider well, (said Thomas Goner, m 1828.)
that if they weaken Mexico?if Mexico dors
not regenerate herself soon, she must become
a part of the United Sinles of the North, and
that before 20 years; and thenceforth Mexico
will not consume the produce and manufac
tures of Europe, but those of the great con
federacy to which she will belong."
An arch ol the new State-house al Mont
gomery, Alabama, fell a few days since, and
killed two men.
We see it annouueed in the journals of the
day that Col. Silas Dinsmore, who, m years
past, figured in the political World, died al
Bellfcview, Kentucky, on the 17th of June.
During the administration of Mr. Monroe,
Col. Dinsmore held for soinc lime the office
of collector at Mobile. The following laconic
correspondence between the then Secretary of
the Treasury and the Colonel, will show how
he was " rotated
Treasury Department,
Washington, Jan. 15, 1822.
Sir : This depaitmeut is desiious of know
ing how far the Tombigbee river run:< up. You
will please communicate the information.
S. Djnsmokb, Esq , Collector, Mobile.
Mobile, Feb. 7, 1822.
Sir: I have the honor to acknowledge the
receipt of your letter of the 15(li till., and of
informing you, in reply, that the Tombigbee
docs not run up at till.
Very respectfully,
Hon. W. IL Crawfohd, Sec. Treas.
Tr easpry Department,
Washington, March, 1, 1822.
Sir : I have the honor to inform you that
this department has no further service for you
as collector of Mobile.
S. Dinsmore, Esq., Mobile'.
The Missouri Volunteers. A letter from Fori
Leavenworth, of late date, informs us that there
was considerable trouble in the camp ,of tho volun
teers, occasioned by the refusal of the company com
manded by Captain Corponay to receive muskets.
They demanded sabres and rifles. A company of
regulars was ordered out to restore order, and thi?
was soon done. Four companies of the regiment, it
u added, refused to lake muskets, and further trou
hie waaapprehi nded. Captain C >rpcmay's company
was to have left on the 2:id, but the mutinous dispo
sition evinced by tliein render* d it qtirsnonablo when
they would march.
Company A, Captain McNair, had been selected
to receive equipments as a dragoon company.
The election for field officers of the regiment had
not been completed.
Exerciti?<r a I'rrrman's Might*. "Have yon
voted said one gentleman evidently much in need
ol the offices ot the Free Academy, to another in
the same condition. "\Voted ?" was the reply, "I
haintdone nothing else. I've been a wotin all day."
? ARtA-Sl
HOURS OF IiKPARTURI'I of Ilie passenger
trainj on the Main ftem and Washington
Branch ol the Baltimore and Ohio Knhoail, 1st
May, lH 17.
Ifluill Mlill
WE STW.fi liDLY.
F<*r Cuiiilierliml, Hancock, Martiusourg, _ n ..
Harrier's Ferry, Winchextcr,'Frederick, ( ,
EIHcotl's Mills, and intermediate depots ' '
by the regular train, K' M'
For Frederick and intermediate stations, } ^
by extra train, except Kunday, 5 r'M
From Cumberland, daily, regular train, at 8 a. m.
Hancock, do do )()?
Mailin^biirg, do do 11$
llarperVFerry,do do 12J p. m.
Frederiek, daily, cxccpt Sunday ex
tra train, 8 a. m.
Do do by regular train, 2 p. m.
Ellicott's Mills, daily, by sevcial tiaiue, at 7
a. n. 12 m. and 1} p. m.
Fare in either direction between Cumberland and
Baltimore, $7. and for intermediate distances al the
unifoim rate of 4 cents )>er mile.
Through tickets are issued between Baltimore
and Wheeling, respectively, $11
Between Baltimore and Pittsburgh, 10
Between Philadelphia and Wheeling, U
Washington IBraiirli.
From Baltimore at f? J a. m. and p. m. daily.
l)o do 0 a. m. daily, except yuiidny.
From Washington at 6 a. m. and 5J p. m. daily.
Do do 12 r. m. daily, except Sunday.
By order: D. J. FOLEY, Agent.
Hiay 18*?tf
SODA WATER, &c. <fcc.
MK8. M. A. CAMPBELL would reajwctlully
inform the Iaili^s and gentlemen of Washing
ton, and visiters to the metropolis, that she haa ta
ken the house formerly occupied l?y Mr. Barnes, on
Pennsylvania avenue, between 2d and 3d streets,
went of the Depot, where nho will at all times he
prepared to wait upon those who may give her their
Ladies and gentlemen visiting the (Capitol grounds
will find this establishment a roiivonient and pl?a
aaut resort; while no expense or pains will be
spared to make the Ice Cream and S?*la Water se
cond tn uotui in the city.
All (he luxuries usually 1'ontul in a confectionary
constantly kept. Call and Bee.
m*y2l i m
7;al>sby \s sa i xh >n ,
Coiner of Venn. Jlvenue ami 3d street, un
der Gudsbifs Hotel.
''Rough anil Ready," "Bitena V?tttu,"aud
"(,'crro Gordo" Julep".
rnlllS establishment is now open for the reception
of visiters, under tin* supervision of Mr. J. A.
Uerry, who is prepared to serve up ill the most re
ehcrthe style eveiy description of beverages to tickle
the appetite and please the tastes of the most fastidi
They who are disposed to give it a call will l>e
iuro to come again, where they can have all the
fashionable beverages prepared to " ordersuch as
Hough and Heady, Buena Vista, and Cerro Goido
Julep*, Palo Alto Sangaree, Oseat Punch. Alvara
do Cobblers, and California Smashes, ?Vc. &c.
may20 Ini
Passage Five Cents?Freight at Keduccd ralea.
?j 'I'he departure of the steamer JO
JOHNSON, will be. as nigh
as practicable, at the following hours, until fuither
notice, viz:
Lenv* Alexandria at 7J, 10, 12|, aud li o'clock.
Lea\o Washington at 8 J, II. I A, 3^, and ^
o'clock. WM. H. NO WELL, Captain,
april 20?dtf
lOOO llba. of Epsom Salts?
For sale by C H AS. STOTT,
Drug 6l Apolk coincr 7tk & Pa av.
may 21 tf
HJLfjOYD has ingeniously succccded in in
, venting a Compound ol such a delightful
natme as to render the hardest and roughest skin soft,
fair, anil delicately white.
Ladies Riding, Gardening, or Painting, and Gen
tlemen Shooting, Hunting, Fishing, Cricketing,
Rowing, &c., or any amusement or exertion preju
dicial to the hands, will find the improved ROUGH
pleasingly efficacious iu removing all hardness, stain,
redness, and all other cutaucwus disfiguiement; pre
venting uud rendering the skin soft, fair, aud pliable.
From the nicc combination of Balsamic ingredi
cuts introduced into the composition, they form a
fine Creamy Lalker, witk tke hardest or Sea Water,
which renders them very desirable for Salt Water
Baths. Tkey produce the most softening and re
freshing sensation, and will be louud an excellent
substitute for the Flesh Brush.
They are highly lecommended to Captains of
Ships, Merchants', atid all who trado with fereign
countries, as they will retain their virtue, iu any cli
mate. For pale by CH AS. STOTT.
Drug. <V A path,, corner of 7 th 4" /'?? ov.
may 12?tf
Paints, Oils, and Paint Brushes, &c.
The subfciilier has just received u largo and
Iresh supply of PAINTS, OILS, ?Sic., partol which
are named below. They are guaranteed to be pure
;md good, and from tho best manufactories. All
persons wanting such articles would find it to their
advantage to cnil, as I am determined to sell lower
than similar articles can be got at any other place
ill this city.
350 kegs White Lead
120 lbs. Chrome Green
120 lbs. Chrome Yellow
20 lbs. Chrome Ned
100 lbs. Pure Verdegria
\ :t<)0 lbs. Ked Lead and Litharge
100 li s. Imperial Green
f?00 lbs. Venetian Red and Sp. Brown in oil
U0W lbs. Yell?w Ochre in oil
100 lbs. Paris Green, dry
50 lbs, do. do. iu oil
vi large assortment of I'aiiU and White Wash
4 00 lbs. Lamp Black, dry aud iu oil
'10 lbs- Sp. Whiting
tOMO lbs. Putty
200 Boxes of Window Glass, all sizes
.r> bills. Linseed Oil
?j f> bbls, < Jopal and Japan Varnish
3 bbls. Sp. Turpentine
f 1 eiisk bleached Lamp Oil, at V.'icis pr. gall.
Al*o, IMJRK PINE OIL, received Iresh from the
mariu'aciory every werk.
CHARLES STOTT, comer 7lli street
april 27?tJmo * and Penn. A v.
Dn.C' A. Van Zandt's Health Restora
tivo fills is a medicine which not only cures
but prevents disease, cnpablc of great results, and
equally calculated to be safely used lor apparently
?mall ones. We all know how dreadful and dan
gerous a seated bilious disorder is, aud we ore also
well aware of the seeming insignificance of i's first
warnings or incipiency. The individual suffering
fioin slight pains in his chest, back, or stomach, or
from occasional nau>ea, dull headache, cxlremo ner
vousness, sleeplessness, trifling prevarication of ap
petite, and other disagreeable visitations so e minon
ly and foolishly looked upon as unimportant, may
not know that these symptoms, treated so contemp
tuously, are tke conacqueuccs of a diseased stato of
the liver, which if not remedied, will lead cither to
S|>eudy death or a fcmg tiain of unbearable ills which
aie known by the following names: Hypochondria,
mania, dizziness, slow fevers, epilepsy, asthma,
dropsy, rheumatism, chlorasis, convulsions, nausea,
nervousness, crapms, gout, pleurisy, jaundice, irrita
bility, and violence, dyspepsia, hysteiics, scurvy,foul
stomach, dry coughs, glandular affections, colds, lin
gering sore throats, various disorganizations of the
great iutostinc, strictures and spasmodic complaints
internally, eruptions, shortness of breath, heartburn,
neuralgia, vital inflammation, flatulence, gastric fe
vers, &c.
Sometime*, too, there ensues an irregular action
of tlie heart. Tako these pills and suffer no more.
121 Fulton st., N. Y., General Agent*; and sold
april 34?Gmo.
! PZ F^Ld \ lbs. Potash for sale. Just received by
may 49 7tb street and Penn. avenue.
IK. BECK would lake this.method of notifying
J, his friend* and public generally that he has re
moved his house furnishing Store from Pennsyl
vania avenuo to E Htroet north opposite Rev. O. B.
Brow it's, one square went of the General Post Office.
Having a larger house and a lower rent / 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 ih want of goods that
will jjive me a call.
N. B. Rooms fur rent, furnished or unfurnished,
april 21-3m
/^k IWk bushels fresh burnt Lime for taio by
at their Lumber Yard on 12th street.
188 AWN A M. BECK would respectfully in
- Un'" ,h; WaMhinRf.ni that she is now
p't'ir1 w,,,, h:: *1?* *** ?????.<? .n
in Millinery or Mantua Making with neatness and
despatch. Residence E street, opposite Rev. O. B.
Brown's. spvil 2l-3m
U. S. Mail Litie to Coiots and Southampton, and
JSfify The splendid new steamship WA8HING
JI53gu TON, 1750 tons burthen, Fredeiic Hewitt,
comtnaiider, will start liom New York on the 1st of
June next, carrying the IJ. 8. Mail.
She will touch at Cowos and Southampton to laud
passenger:; and freight, and deliver the mails for
England, France, and Belgium, and will then pro
ceed to Breuicrhavcn. Returning, will leave Bre
uicrliavfu the 2f>th of June.
The Washington i? built in the strongest manner,
with a view to being converted into a ship of war)
and kul.ject at any lime to inspection by officers arw
pointed by the President, both during and after con
She ha? tw.? engines of 1000 horse power each,
and accommodations for 140 lirst Class, and 44 se^
coiid clubs passengers.
Passage from New York to Southampton or to
Bremen, first clars, 20; second class, |60.
Passage from Bremen and Southampton to New
Vork, firbt claas, f. ISO; second clasw, $60.
She will carry about J00 tons freight, which will
be . barged according to the nature of the good* of
fering. All letters must pat* through the Post Office.
Parcels, for which bills of lading will be signed will
bo charged $!i each.
For Freight or Passage, apply at the Office of the
Ocean Strain Navigation Company, 44 William at.
corner of Wall street, Now York.
E. Mills, General Agent.
Agents at Southampton, Dat, Croskkt, &Ro?s.
do at Bremen, C. A. Heinkkek &Co.
do at Havre, William Iselin.
The sscond Steamer of this line is in due course
of construction, and will be in readiness in the ensu
ing fall. ^ may ]4_tf
By the fast and splendid steamers Rhode Island and
0O*Hour ol leaving New York changed to 6 p. m.
TPHE steamers Rhode Island, Capt. Potter, and
X Oregon, Capf. Thuyvr, will run throughout the
season, in connection with (he 8tamngton and Pro-*
videoce 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 upon the
airival of the mail train from Boston,
Theae steamers are unsurpassed in speed, splen
dor and comfort, having each of them 60 large com
modious private state rooms and berths for 600 per
sons, tasides largo private rooms for families, and
These steamers arc officered by tne most experi
enced men, and will shorten the passage between
New York and Bobton from one and a half to two
hours, thereby arriving in amplo time for all the
I lines from Boston, north and east.
The Orseou will leave New York Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
j Leave Stonington Monday, Wednesday and Fri
The Rhode Island will leave New York Monday,
Wednesday and Friilny,
Leavo Stonington 'i'uesday, Thursday and Satur
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 bae
For pipage, berths, ?tate rooms, or freight, appli
[ cation m:iy be made to the agents on the wharf, and
at the ofliee No. 10 Buttery place, New Yoik.
in?v"~ tf
J\o. 2!) Gold street and No. 3 John street,
near Broadway,
IW e w Y o r k ,
Manufacturers, wholesale and
for oil and lard.
Gas Fixtures of every description, Solar and
Gas Lamps, Chandeliers, Brackets, Girandoles,
Candelabra*, kc.
Private houses, churches, and hotels, fitted up
with Gas, ?t a great reduction 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 marie to order, and all
kinds ol Glassware matched to any pattern.
Lamps altered and repaired.
Goods loaned to parties.
Oi| at wholesale aud retail.
New style of Hall Lamps and Lanterns.
may 13?tf
From the foot of Courllandt street, New York.
At 5 o'clock, p.m.? Landing at intermediate
The sieainbo.it Rochester, Capt. A.
'Hitchcock, will leave on Monday,
Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday af
ternoons, at 6 o'clock.
The steamboat Columbia, Capt. W. W. Tup
pcr, will leave on Tuesday, Thursday, and Satur
day afternoons, at 5 o'clock.
All |*ersons are forbid trusting any of the
boats of this Lino without a written order from the
captains or agcnU
For passage or freight apply on board the boats,
or to P. C. iShultz, at the office ou tho wharf.
may 19 if
^OR sale at the
near the Railroad Depot.
may 18?tf
for sale on very low terms, at the Fountain
Doftlcstare, near the Railroad Depot.
may 18 If
J ski.i., importer and dealer in K. Ware, China
and Glass, wholesale and retail, at his store, opposite
Browne's ^Hotcl, Pennsylvania Avenue Washington

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