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K' - NATIONAL WHIG. P ?i?. b From tha Louiavilla Journal. j| TO MY MOrHER IN HEAVEN. ?l 0 I'm rifting lb* door, mother, I li Whom 1 ban ml ao oft, 0 Aad liatoood to thy word* which foil r< la marie low and aoft; ? Thorn loom in fancy linjtr yal ? Without tb? aid of art, e T?t oh I they're att to memory'i wool auric of-tba haart. I gajf upon th? ?c?ne?, mouwr, . g That ihou did'"* er" l?T*> The bright eerth ?Pr~d ?" beneeth, d The drop blue aky'above; ' The (MIX on eerth'e the aamo. end ben Thy tomm en blooming fiur, ,| But, aa J upward turn my pu, a ' ' I feel that thou art there. < c I look upon thy face, mother, [ Which art ao well hath dr.wn, d The glowing canraaa eeema to apeak And eejr thou an not gone; y Thy gentle thee ia well defined, ^ This picuire'a eery fair. But, casing in ay heart, I eee d A better one ie there. v I'm often at thy grave, mother. Where hand* beloe'd hare dreared The lowly mound which ehroude thy clay g With fiowen you loved the beet? I The wUd-roee, myrtle, eglantine? t How bright and freeh they are, I And ao I eee them eweetly twine 5 It aerma that thon art there. 1 There'a eednee* in the piece, mother, tj Which wee thy home on earth, c And broken w the little bend 3 That gathered round thy hearth, 0 Yet all unbroken ie the love ' Which knew a mother'* care, ' And, when we look to Hetven above, ? We hope to meet thee there. a MARY. 1 CeiTBa Hill, Clark Co., Ky. July, 1847. tawThe name of our Mrs Partington says < the Boston Post having been kept so much I before the people of late has induced a strong desire among many to be brought to her no- < tics. "1 don't want to be introduced to any- : body but them I am acquainted with," said ' aba on a recent occasion. There was dig- , nified determination in the remark, and the , people fell back. I - i On one side of the sword which the Philndelphians caused ta be made as a present ' to Lieut. Parker, since deceased, were these t words : " Thou, God, see'st ma." The Chronicle aays that this motto was taken i from n letter written by Lt P. when a lad, and just nfter he had joined the frigate Constellation, in 1827, at Boston, in the capacity of a sailor boy. The letter was written i to bis worthy old father, wherein he inserts the sentence quoted, and says : " 1 always rscqilect the words, father, and if everybody did so, thoy would never do wrong." History for Every Day. August 20, 1589. James VI. of Scotland, was married to Anne, daughter of Frederick i II. of Denmark. These were the parents i of Charlee I. of England. Same day, 1794. The American Army under Gen. Wayne gained a decisive victory J over the Indians at the Miamis, Ohio. , August 21,1762. Died, the talented Lady ( Mary Wortley Montague, authoress of the . very interesting "Letters" written from Constantinople to rope, Addison, See. 1 Same day, 1810. Bernadotte, a celebrated French General, elected Crown Prince of Sweden. Same day, 1819. Died, President Smith, | of ths College of New Jersey, aged^fl, an j eloquent divine and a learned philosopher. August 22, 1138. The battle of North < AUerton was fought in Yorkshire, England, i Same day. 148a. Was fought the Battle of Bosworth Field, in which Richard III. was aiain. Same day, 1773. Died, Lord George Lyt- ? I ' tie ton, a distinguished writer, and the author ' of that well known and unanswerable tree- ] . tiae in defence of Christianity, called "Ob- i errations on the Conversion and Apostle- 1 hip of St. Paul." ' August 23, 79. The first eruption of Ml. , Vesuvius took place, overturning several t cities. The celebrated naturalist, Pliny, lost < his life by suffocating in its sulphurous va- j pors. , Same day, 1306. Sir William Wallace, the i noted Scotch warrior, was executed by or- t der of Edward I. Thomson, the poet, re- ' fkrs him in his " Autumn," in these , words: < "Great Patxiat Hero! Ill-requited Chief!" Same day, 1813. Died, in Philadelphia, the celebrated Ornithologist, Alexander Wil- J eon. August 24, 1672. The great Massacre at, i ParisSame day, 1814. This ci'.y was raptured by J the British, who destroyed our Capitol and other public buildings. August 26, 1346. Was fought the Battle < of Creasy, in which the English gained a ' splendid victory over the French. Same day, 1770. Chatterton, the poet, died in onsequencc of swallowing a dose of araenic the day before. Dr. Southey, the Poet-Laureate, published his works. Seme dav. 1776. Died. Ddviil Hump it>p Infidel philosopher and celebrated historian of England. ] Same "day? 1822- Expired, Sir William , Herachel, the great Astronomer, in the 85th | year of hie age. lie was a self-taught man. I He discovered the planet which bears his 1 name, by the aid of an imnv tue telescope j which he constructed?commencing it in , the year 1785 and completing it August 28, 1789, on which day he discovered with it < the sixth satellite of the lane Saturn. 1 Columbian Fountain. | Xramsa EttTtTrmiti.?We find mention made i of e " Speniah Company of Msrtlimn oleamen" to 1 be eetabliehed m Madrid with a capital of fifty mil- , Hoot at reala. The flr?t object of the company is w pUee e line of eteamer. between Cadix end Hasana, touching at the Cana ie., Porto Rico, Hentia- 1 go do Cube and other porta. The eecond tine propeeed is from Cadix to Harabnrg, touching et Liebou, Oporto, Vigo, Corune, Hentender, Bilboa, i Sou them pton, Havre, Oetend, and Ameterdaio I ?Tb? third line is to run between Cadix end (ienoe. , By the two latter or auxiliary linee, Cadix, it ie 1 thos^ht, would be made the centre for European j travel to the We* Indiee. J Elo^duoi ai a Disocukt.?"May i( lease the Court," said a Yankee lawy? r, O) el'ore a Dutch Justice, ibe other day, "this t a case of the greatest importance. While he American Eagle, whose sleepless eye rstches over the welfare of this mighty repuh 1. c, and whose wings extend from tne Allegha- ? ies to the Rocky Chain of the West, was 3. rjoicing in his pride of place * "Sthop dare! sthop dare, I say I vat has dis nit to do rait eagles? Dis has notlin to do Jlit the wild bird. It is von sheep," exclaim d the Justice. "True, your honor, but my client has 1ghts there?" " Ye's client has no right to de eagle I" ' " Of course not, but by the laws of Ian- J' uage " " Vat cares I for de laws of language, I tin- . ershtant de laws of de State, and dat ish nough for me. Confine your talk to de . ase." " a " Well, then, ray client, the defendant in his case, is charged with stealing a sheep, . nd ? "Dat will do! dat will do! your glient is tiarced mil sntealtng a sneep, just nine sniiun. . )e Gourt will adjourn to Bill Vergeson's to 9 rink!" 3 Virtue.?We copy the following brief 5 ut beautiful passage from the Albany Ci- 6 izen: ( 7 "The creations of the sculptor may moul- ^ er into dust; the wealth of the bard may jq rither, thrones of conquerors may be shiv- u red by an opposition power into atoms; 12 he fame of the warrior may no longer be tymned by the recording minstrel; the hope nay be disappointed; but that which hal- jg ows the cottage and sheds a glory around 17 he palace?Virtue, shall never decay, t is celebrated by the angels of God?it is ?vritten on the pillars of Heaven, and refleced down to earth." Hotter Bees.?An acquaintance of ours, in 7 Ilia city, who is quite a bee-fancier, and lias ~ losely observed and studied their habits for everal years, placed a new swarm in a hive 5 f his own construction, on the 25th of June g sst. This hive is made to conform to the na- 7 ural habits of the insect in its wild state. It 8 1 of the usual form, but closed at the bottom, 9 vith a close fitting lid, covered with wire cloth, 10 ibout 8 meshes to the inch. This allows all 11 be dirt, and chips of comb made by ibe bees, o aifl through, and admits sufficient air for ventilation. It is hung on butts, and can be >pened to brush off any dead bees, or other lubstances too large to fall through the wire. Vear the top, directly over the drawers, is an nch auger hole, for the passage of the work i. rs. This aperture, being at the top of the 2. iwarm, has always a cluster of busy bees about 3. I, so that no miller can eqter; and as there is 4. to other mode of ingress, our friend thinks 5hat the hives may be kept Irom worms, which ire the great enemy of the apiary. Nothing arger than anti can go through the wire liot iont; and they are easily kept away by salt. The swaim in this hive is the most busy its i' awner has ever witnessed ; and as evidence of jj' this, he finds the hive on the tenth day two thirds full of comb?nearly double what is 5" usual fdr so late a swarm. He has no patent, and will cheerfully permit any one to construct j duplicates?Norwich ( Ct ) Newt. % 3; Shall we call back our armies from Mexico, 4. asks the National Era, and return to where >ve were at the beginning of this contest? The Era answers its own question as every man of 3 reflection will answer it, It says? 4. "This supposes an amount of justice and stern self-denial, on the part of the American 1" People and their Government, which it is al- 3' most idle to talk of, and which, it possessed by 4' them, would have prevented any collision at 5' ill with Mexico. Is it not a waste of time to insist upon what we know will not be done ?" j " 2 A gentleman has proj used to the corporate au- 3' h irittea of Georgetown, D. C., to construct the 4' alked-of railroad between that ,; 1 ce and Washing- 5 an, on condition of the exclusive g-snt of the rigtit (; >f way to himself for nineteen years.?Philadelphia Enquirer. j ) W no IS mat genilCUiail fail HUT 'JMY in, A vhat i;. doing in this matter! 3 ^Cy* The Na*h?ille Republican of Friday lam J ay; e "Wall, the return* have now Milled thn camples- . on of things, and it ia given up that thn Whiga c tava elected their Governor by a handsome majority, j j ind that they have both branches of the Legists- j j ure." restorative"franc aiseT ~ CONSUMPTION. LOUIS FONTAIN, jr., partner of the firm of Fentain & Son, Chemists and Prescription- ir ata to the Royal University, Paris, has established it Washington city, O. C'., a depot for the sale of be above celebrated compound, at Wm. Adam's Jookstore, No. 3. Elliott's Buildings Pennsylvania Vvenue, near Jackson Hall, which they ofi'er o the American public as a sure antidote fir Conumption, in its t-bianecd as well as incipient stages. |, Acting directly upon the LUNGS, and arresting 2. heir decay, it not only soothes and quiets at once 3. he distress and pain attendant upon this hereto 4. ore regarded fatal disease, but restores the lungs ind their sympathising organs, to natural and tual- j *y action. Accompanying each package are gen- g :ral instructions and directions (translated) for it* ise, adapted to all cases, and if strictly followed, 4 rill not fail, in every instance?If the lungs are lot wholly consumed?of restoring to health rhich may be permanently secured hy future care ' ind avoiding too much exposure to atmospheric 2 ihanges. LOUIS FONTAIN. 3. Prica, eight Francs. JE3"For the information of persons residing in he interior; any part of the government?he would itate that the remedy is prepared and imported di- j ect from their Laboratorie, Paris, and that the g' iame can be transported through mail, as he is adrised by officers or the Post Office Department, to ?ny post omce in trie country, ?i tuv same viM?ig? ti for a double letter. Any persons, therefore, eliding diltant from this city, who miy wish to 1. ivail themselves of the remedy, can do so by adlressiag him through the mail, post paid. Two lollars accompanying an order, will entitle a perlon to one whole ana one third package. . ; LOUIS FONTAIN. 1 SHANNONDALE SPRINGS, Aeitr Chmrlaton, Jeffttum co., Va. J. J. Abf.ll, Proprietor. _ I HAVE LEADED for a term of yean this dr. lightful H ATE RING PLACE, and will hsve ef t open for the reception of company on the Is .if th lune. The proprietor puslges himself that nothing ? ihall be spared on hie part, or of thore in his em- r jloy, to render the time of hia visiters agreeable. Jf His fare, drc. shall lie second to that of no ? her rr watering place in Virginia. Hia liar will he fur- eii ji.she.1 with the beat of liquors of every kind; and, w n fact, it will be the proprietor's determination to I entler this one of the most pleasant and delightful I luinmer retroata in Virginia. The virtues of the j water have been fully tested in cases of rhenina-' ism, dropsy, or dyspepsia, and persona afflicted 1 with either of thoae diseases will find great relief rom the training, Ac. The proprietor has a line oach and team, which will meet passengers daily it Charlestown, on the arrival of the cars, to convey them to and from the Springs. Term*: >9 for the first wesk, JH thereafter; >1 I iO per day. may 19 If ail 50 BUCK'S $1 50 II1UI KRREOYVPK ROO VS, Removed In the corner of 7th etreet and Penn. v? avenue, over Stott'e JJrug Store. A CCURATE and highly finished Portrait* for 1\. ' Wl, Oroup* in proportion. tu Post Mortkm cases attended to with promptiude and certain succea* at a reasonable advance, th A share of the public patronage is most respect- H Fully solicited. raj jur* 1 tf J. ff. B. BECK. LIST V r the Mcmbtri elect to the House of Representatives, 31M Congress, according to the latest M intelligence. MAINE. K*00 David Hammond t 5. (Ao choice) "f?0 (Ab choice) 6. (JVb choice) '< ' Hiram Batcher 7. Hezekiah Williams f ?om (Ab choice) R'dg NEW HAMPSHIRE. m*f Amos Tuck 3. James Wilson . 1 Jas. H. Johnson t 4. C. H. Peaalee t Uon MASSACHUSETTS. gu?! R. C. Winthrop 8. Geo. Afhmun . . Daniel P. King * 7. Julius Rockwell * . Amos Abbott * 8. J. Quincy Adams p Jno. G. Palfrey * 9. Artemas Hale Charles Hudson 10. Joseph Grinnell " JJ, RHODE ISLAND. . R. B. Cranston * 2. (Ab choice) . . CONNECTICUT. ft0 ci Jabics Dixon 3. J. A. Rockwell -pi S. D. Hubbard * 4. Truman Smith ,y j, VERMONT. Tl William Henry 3. Geo. P. Marsh Jacob Collamer * 4. Lucius B. Peck t will NEW YORK. mi . F. W. Lord f 18. F. Segus, (O. H ) f . 11. C. Murohv 1 19. Josenh Mullen * .'Henry Nieoll f SO. T. Jenkins, (O. H.)t I . W. U. Maolay f 21. G. A. Starkweather f . F. A. Tallmadgc * S3. A. Birdall, (O. H.) . D. S. Jackson f 23- William Uuer * ?0*1 . William Nelson 24. Daniel Gott to c* . Cornelius Warren 25. Harinan S. Conger * norl' . D. B. St. John * 26. W. T. Lawrence ">e I . Kliakin Sperrell * 27. Jno. M. Holley * Ja . P. H. Sylvester " 28. Elias B. Holmes * very . G. O. Reynolds 29. Robert L. Rose idea, . J. J. Slingerland " 30. David Rumsey * houa . O. D. Kellogg 31. Dudley Marvin * impo . Sidney Lawrence f 82. Nathan K. Hall * led a i. Hugh White 33. Harvey Putnam * Bran . G. Petrie, (O. H.) t 34. Washington Hunt * ky, i NEW JERSEY. judgi J. G. Hampton 4. Jno. Van Dyke (C W. A. Newell 5. D. S. Gregory phis Jos. E. Edsall t PENNSYLVANIA. . L. C. Levin, Native. 13. James Pollock mC . J. R. Ingersoll * 14. Geo. N. Eckert * . Charles Brown f 15. Henry Nes . C. J. Ingersoll f 16: Jasper E. Brady . Jno. Ereedley 17. John Blanchard * mi . J. W. Hornbeck 18. Andw. Stewart * ~? . A. R. Mcllvaine * 19. Job Mann t TH. . Jno. Strohm * 20. Jno. Dickey " . William Strong f 21. Moses Hampton In , . Rich'd Brodhead f 22. Jno. W. Farely 0 . Chester Butler 23. James Thompson f vv \ . David Wilmot t 24. Alexander Irviu * DELAWARE. John W. Houston Colli MARYLAND. lai (No election.) far VIRGINIA. Two Arch'd Atkinson f 9. Jno. S. Pendleton * Rich'd K. Meade f 10. Henry Bedingar t " ' T. S. Flournoy II. James McDowell f and i Thos. S. Bocock t 12. William B. Preston happ Wm. L. Goggin * 13 Andrew S. Fulton * Nate John M. Botts * 14. R. A. Thompson f "1 Thos. H. Bayly t 15. William G. Brown t men, Rob't T. L. Bcaie t chan NORTH CAROLINA " I T. L. Clingman ? 6. James J. McKay f and i Nathaniel tioyden 7. Jno. II. J. Daniels t verve D. M. Barringer * 8. R. S. Donnell * temp A. H. Shepperd 9. David Outlaw * ever] A. W. Venahle f aci|U SOUTH CAROLINA. Co.e James A. Black f 5. Armistead Burt f "I ft. F. ftimnsnn f fi. Isaac F, Holmes 1 and J. A. Woodward t 7. Robert B. Rhett j prece A. D. Sim.it edly GEORGIA. "1 Thos. Butler King * 5. J. H. Lumpkin 1 ci'y, A. Iverson I fi. Howell Cobb t snnpl J. W. Jones * 7. A. H. Stevens * perce H. A. Haralson t 8. Robert Toombs ' mind KENTUCKY. ?ce| Lynn lioyd | 6. Green Adams of thi Samuel Peyton f 7. Garnett Duncan * Pi B. L. Clark f 8. C. S. Morehead ? Aylett Buckner ? 9. Richard French f au J. B. Thompson *. 10. Jno. P. Gaines TENNESSEE. Andrew Johnson t 7. M. P. Gentry * r-^j Wm. M. Cocke 8. Wash. Barrow John H. Crozier * 9. L. B. Chase t H. L. W. Hill t 10. John W. Harris rpH Geo. W. Jones t 11. Wm. T. Haskell 1 Gordon t ahovi OHIO. . to il . James J. Faran | 12. Samuel F. Vinton ' every !. David Fisher ' 13. Thomas Ritchey 1 zens I. R. C. Schenck " 14. Nathan Evans In R. S. Canby * 15. William Kennon f most i. William Sawyer t IB. J. D. Cummins f in a i. Rodol. Dickinson f 17. George Fries | knov '. (Vacancy) 18. S. Lahm. linden.) t ?i*? I. J. L. Taylor 19. Jno. Crowell * Uhje I. L. O. Edwards * 30. J. R. Giddings I Daniel Duncan " 21. Joseph M. Root U I. J. K. Miller t tr0lk LOUISIANA. gi,i? (No election.) ? 8ea-l INDIANA. trip I Elisha Embree * 6. G. G. Dunn H Thos. J. Henley 1 7. R. W. Thompson * and J. L Robin?on t 3. Jno. Pettit 1 the n Caleb B. Smith * 9. C. W. Cathcart f 7/ Win. VV. Wiclt 1 10. W. Rockhill t cial MISSISSIPPI. in at (No election.) viwit ILLINOIS. give Robert Smith t W. A. Richardson 1 T< J. A. McClernand t 6. Thos. J. Turnep f for $ O. B. Eicklin j 7. Abm. Lincoln * jui Jno. Wentworth f _T7" ALABAMA. CA John Gayle 5. G. S. Houston t H. W. Milliard 6. W.K.Cobb t S. W.Harris f 7. F. W. Bowden 1 TA S. M. Inge f * J ! MISSOURI. Jas. B. Bowlin f 4. Willard P. Hall t Jno. Jameson t 5. Jno. S. Phelps t , ^ James S. Green t ARKANSAS. I""1' Robert W. Johnson f MICHIGAN. Rob't McClelland t 3. K. S. Bingham f ( Parallel/) FLORIDA. Edward C. Cabell * TEXAS T. Pilsbury t 3. D. S. Kaufman t WISCONSIN. (No election.) IOWA. Al W. Thompson t 2. Shepherd Ledler t m*^' Whigs, 113 Cr?d Democrats 94 seat Al Whig majority 19 ?uit Notf..?O. H. signifies Old Hunker: those mark- they I with an asterisk ( ) are Whigs, and those with tice ] e obelisk ( f ) Democrats. N -- . ??y wish 7* A RTH EN W A RE, CHINA, & GLASS, t08? j Thos. l'ursell has just imported, per ships Lib ty and Ohio, from Liverpool, and other sources, j^p gntv-fnur packages of the above articles, amongst J liien are? French, Fnglish, India, Milestone, W. 15. and Men Ironstone dinner, dessert, taa, coffee, and toilet sets Fan Rich gold-band white and figured China Tea sets, or pieces detached . , Cut and plain hall lamps John Solar, side, Liverpool and stand lamps and wicks stHrt I .amp glasses, girandoles, fee. next I von' handle and other knives and forks in sets ot F< fifty-one pairs or separate state Heafsilver and imitation table, tea and dessert copti spoons Plated and German silver castors Brass and plated candlesticks _ . Plated cake-baskets, waiters, in sets or detarhad ,,r 11 English and American tea and coffee sets <'once biggins and urns Tl looking glasses, shovel and tongs, lac. tone All of which will be sold wholesale and retail at engil try low prices for cash fl 1* irst quality stone and Britannia ware at the fac j? X prices 7 n eatensive and good assortment of common ware, . itable for retail groceries in rot The subscriber solicits a call from his friends and *ICD e public generally, at his store, opposite Brown's utel, Penn. Avenue, assuring them that he is deter- AV Loed to sell as cheap as the very cheapest for cash: V V TH08. PUR8ELL. *fee uquler White Sulphur Spring*. . THIS establishment. ao favorably known for L the curative qualiliee of it* water and the alea and comfort of it* accommodation, will be *d for the reception of vieiter* on the let June, aituated 60 mile* from Alexandria, 96 mile* Fredericksburg, and SO milea eaat of the Blue *, in one of the moat healthy and delightful cli* of Virginia. The direction end management be the aame aa heretofore, and the same alienpaid to the accommodation and comfort of their l*. We have an abundant aupply of ice. be eeaaon, commencing the lat of June, will end *t of October, embracing 4 month*, rvera of muaic will find the band unaurpaaeed. >*rd; $10 per woek, $9 per week for 9 week*, per month, $80 for lire season. >r more than one day $1 60 per day, 60 cent* ' i ?, r.. .u.i? ... 3 years of age, and ycivants, half price; horaee inn per day, per week #3 60, per month #8. i-weekly stages will run from Washington unit of July, after that lime daily. Mrs will he a line of alogea from Fredericksburg the let of July, previous to which conveyances be fumiehed on accommodating terms, sy 17?tf DAN'L WARD. Superior Madeira Wine, Ac kMES FITZGERALD respectfully invites Members of Congress, citixens and others, who desire to have superior Madeira Wine, fine lac Brandy, and olher first-rate spiritous liquors, II at his Confectionary and Fruit 8tore, on the I aide of Pennsylvania avenue?next door to foiled Slates Hotel. inea Fitzgerald keeps constantly for sale the beet winti, liquors, fruit and confectionary art, which can be procured at the moat respectable es in the country. His Madeira Wine was rted by himsilfin 1840, and cannot be excelt any wine or liquor store in this city. His dy, Holland Gin, and old Monongahela whinire of the very first quality. Call, taste, and B lor yourselves. /* The Fine llrown Stout, end good PhiladelAle conetantly on hand. ~ CLOVE ANODYNE tOTH-ACHE DROPS. An immediate end Perfect cure. For aale by CHARLES9TOTT, Druggiet if Apoth. corner of 1th + Pa. av. iy 12?tf E ILLUSTRATED WALTON AND COTTON. >ne vol. I'itno., wi'h four fine engravings on n steal, and numerous engravings on wood. LTON AND COTTON'S COMPLETE ANGL R, FIRST AMERICAN EDITION, ited with the varioua English editions, and rooming additional notes and a Biographical Prese by Ihe American Author, parts, 12ino , 62$ cents each, or one volume cloth, $1 SO. [ have been a great follower of fishing myse'f, in its cheerful solitude have passed some of the iest hours of a sufficiently happy life."?Paley's iral Theology. [. has been made extremely valuable to fisherhut it is worth far more to every body for its ning literature."?Christian Inquirer. [t breathes the very spirit of innocence, purity, simplicity of heart; there are many choice old * interspersed in it; it would sweeten a man's ?r at any time to read it; it would Christianize r discordant angry paasion; pray make yourself ainted with it"?Charles Lamb in a letter lo ridge. ts simplicity, its sweetness, its natural grace happy intermixture of grave strains with the pts of angling, have rendered this book deservpopular."?Hailam's Literature of Europo. ['hat well known work has nn extreme simplism! an extreme interest arising out of its very licity. In the description of fish ng tackle you ive ihe piety and humanity of the author's . His is the best pastoral in the language, not pling Pope's or Phillips'."?Hazlitt, in a paper a Round Table, lblished and for aale by WILEY dc PUTNAM, 1G1 Broadway. gUdt 2?tf A Luxury Indeed! POR, TEPID, JIJVDCOLD SHOWER OH RUSSIANBATH. [E subscriber, (throng'-, the persuasion of many intimate friends) has been induced to fit up the e establishment, (a hath never before known lis cniiiinuiiity) for the purpose, of rendering r necessary convenience and luxury to the eiti of this metrLpoli?. offering to the puMic the advantages of ibis delghlful bath, he would ?ay to those who are late of physical debility, that there is nothing rn that is so well calculatod to restore the crierof the human system. The most delicate female r its influence improves in strength with most lishing rapidity. rnnccte with this mode of bathing, he has iniced the Salt-water Vapor, and shower Bath, g to those who desire it, all the advantagea of aaihing, without the trouble and expense of a :o the Capes. is rooms are situated on the corner of 4 * street Missouri avenue. Open at all hours from six in aorning till nine at night. 1 ursdays of each week are set apart for the cpeaccoinmodaiion of Ladies, when a lady will he tendance to wait on t' ose who mav please to this establishment. The public are invited tu this Bath a trial. irms: Single tickets 3TA cents, or three tickets I 00. ne 29?2m W. WHITNEY. BINET, SOFA,AKDCHAIR MANUFACTOR Y. MES WILLIAMS A. SON, would rcipeetfully inform their friends and the public rieral, that they have now on baud at their new RE ROOMS, on 7th street, opposite the office e National Intelligencer, a general assortment PLKJfDID FURNITURE, embracing in Italian marble top Contre Tables Egyptian do do Fancy dressing Bureaus, marble top Do do do mahogany Mahogany spring seat Sofas, latest style Do do Divans Do do Rockers Do nurse do Do high-post Bedsteads Do French do Qd dining Tables Iso, a lot of Common Furniture: such as plain rgany Bureaus, cherry and pine Tables, Cribs, lea, Bedsteads, plain and fancy cane and wood (.'hairs. II of which they will sell at such prices a will the times, lor caah, or to punctual customers, aving in their employ experienced workmen are prepared to manufacture ot the shortest noFurniture of every description ,B. Those who have old Furniture which thry 10 excnange lor new, are mi|x?cuuiiy mviieti vc him a call, ay 22 1 w3w W STEAMBOAT XINE FOR PHILADELPHIA. :handiie delivered in advance of Canal or Railroad. reduced. Cabinptumgr $2,- Deck do. $1 SB. ho new etaunch and fast sailing sea steamer > Marshall, Captain E ward Huntington, will from pier 3, N. R., New Vork.on Wednesday , lath instant, at 4 o'clock p. m. >r light freight or passage, having handsome -room and cabin accommodations, apply to the tin or hoard, or to TOOK BR A PIERSON8, Coentiea* slip, or GEO. W. CORUES, 883, Pearl sl.,N. York. ) Philadelphia, to ALEX. HERON, Jr., 3SJ, North Wharves, he J. M. waa built in Baltimore in IH4B, ia 450 register, furnished with a good and powerful lie, and ia in all respects well calculated for a Iteamer?bar qualities as such having been filiated on an eastern route. ll projxjsvu 10 iiin*iiii?*i m nrjumi nine ighout tba aeaaon, provided aufliciant enrollment i? Riven. TOI.TZ A CONWAY, Cabinet and Chair ' manufactnrrra, on E, between 10th and 11th t?. juljr 24 CHEAT AND_GROW RICH. " THIS baa been lb* secret principle of too many [ of the wholeeele dealers in Teaa up to Ibis lime, and they hare practised the moet shameful imposition on tbe Country Merchant without any fear of detec- . tion. But a new era >n the Tea Trade has come and [ Peltin Tea Company claims the honor of its inlro- , duction. They were the first to raise the banner of , Reform, on which it has inscribed the simple words: , "PURE TEAS AT HONEST PRICES." 3 A complete resolution has been the consequence. | Let consumers of Tea everywhere lock at what we : hare done. 1st. We were the first to send them Teas that used to be called too good for them before. ' 2d. We have driven out the market a vast amount of trash, arid introduced a belter class of Teas than ...r ..I Iwnn a/il.t Imivirlm nf Tea often come ( to us to gel for their own uee, and for their frcenda, ' fine quaiitiee they can find nowhere elre. 3d. We have reduced pricee mote than 35 per ct., both in Black and Oreen Teaa. The wholeaale ' grocers say we are ruining tho trade and call ua , humbugs. Thia we have done already, and now aee what we are ready to do. let. We will eell Teaa by the single chest, half cheat or 14 pound box, at the aame pricee that 1 wholeaale grocera pay to the importera when they ! buy by the hundred packages. 2d. The wholeaale grocera allow only 13 or at mod 14 pounda tare to the half cheat. Thia ia a chea'. We allow, iu raoet inatancea, 15 and 16 j* Iba. tare on the aame. 3d. We hereby undertake to a<.11 every kind of * Tea, from tix to tum'.ve centt per pound cheaper . thon the wholeaalo grocera do. Hnui ran tv?* An ttiiaT a?ke the emintrv merchant 1 This i* our answer. We are conU'nt with aeven ? percent profit instead of 25 and 50 per cent, a la 1 wholesale grocer. We deserve the thanks of the country merchants " for saving, them hereafter from being cheated. Let " them come to the Warehouse of the Pekin Tea ? Company, and compare samples of Tea they get c elsewhere; and if they buy bad Teas then at high * prices it is their own fault. An English importer lately boasted to us that he . could make more money by sending bail Teaa to the . New York market, than on good Teaa. We are resolved to overthrow this fraud; and now call upon agents in every town in the United States to cotne , forward and buy Teaa imported by the Pekin Tea Company, anil we pledge oujBelvea, that if in six months they do not tell more Tea than the oldest ( and largest dealers in the town, we will give them our Ten without charge. This is plain English and cannot be misunderstood. We appeal for testimo- j mony to the immense succe,e of our Agents in any tl part ol the United States. JCg" Agents wanted in every town in the'United j Status for the tale of these Teaa, by which they can make money, and confer a benefit upon the Public by supplying the pure article. j. CATALOG FE OF TEAS t f OV SALE AT THE WAREHOUSES OE THE f TEA COMPANY,: 75 <5r 77 Fulton Street, New York. ' . The Tea mentioned in this Catalougif, are ? done up in quarter pound, half pound and one pound packages?the rirst or inside wrapper is lead, the p second wrapper is wa'er proof paper, and the third 'j or outside wrapper is of Chinese rice paper. The p Company sell none but good teas, done up in this superior manner all of them grown in the most luxurious districts in Cnina. Country dealers may ' mIm>i small a mia,,titv of each kind as thev like. 8 and have them packed in onu chest. These leal aim n come in Ave pound Chinese packages, called qua!- 11 toons, a very convenient fanciful anil portable ' shape. I1 [Porsons in any part of the Unitd 8tetes or 1 Canada, can order any of the teas in this Catalogue, 'I by letter, in quantities to suit their wishes. We pack thein in Chinese boxes and deliver them to ^ the Forwarding Merchant tree from charge for pack- t( | ing in cartage. The money ahould alwaya sccom- I pany the order, GREEN TEAS. t I YOUNG HYSON, good go 38 d do do sweet cargo 50 do do do do liner 62] do do fine cargo . 75 ' do do extra fine 87] f1 do do silver leaf 1 Oil j". Silver l.eaf?Seldom sold even by largo dealers, because of the very sntall profits made on its g ! sale.?This is a very superior Tea. ^ | do do golden chop, plantation t| or garJen growth I 50 b | Go/dm C/toji.?This is the finest Green Tea cultivated-ill China. It is of the first pickings, and ,i excels all other Green Teas for its delicacy of t flavor, strength and aroma. Heretofore, this h Tea has never reached this country except in smull lots, as presents to Importers. v HYSON, very fine 75 $ do plantation growth 1 00 , GUNPOWDER, good 75 h do superior 1 00 . do small leaf, plantation growth 1 25 " IMPERIAL, good 75 do brisk and fragrant I 00 j. do curious leaf, very superior 1 25 HYSON J3K1N, good, fine llavor 38 c do do extra fine 621 BLACK TEAS. POUCHONG, good, full flavor 38 do fine 50 do vory superior 75 SOUCHONG, good 38 do extra fine 50 OOLONG, strong, flavor fine 50 Oolom.?This Tea is a err at favorite, and eives universal satisfaction. do very fine 03 do in one pound and half pound cattys, extra fine 75 NE PLUS ULTRA, 1 50 A> Plus Ultra ?This Tea is as fragrant and sweet as a nosegay. It yiolds a perfume that is truly delightful.'It is of garden growth, and superior to anything of the kind ever sold in this country. ENGLISH UREAKFAST TEA, fine 50 do do do extra fine 021 HOWQUA'S MIXTURE, a strong and rich black Tea, Pekoe flavor 75 CONGO, good, 38 do very fine 50 PEKOE FLOWERS, good 88 do do garden growth 1 50 Besides the above, we expect daily from China, several splendid chops of Tea, exclusively imported by the " PEKIN TEA CO.," and which we intend to copyright to prevent trickery. Let 1 our agents get ready. J RECOMMENDATIONS. J Heretofore it haw been very difficult, indeed im- a possible, to always obtain g<K>d green and black teat*, e But now you have only to visit the wnrerooma of it the Pekin Tea Con pnny, 76 ami 77 Fulton atreet. e to obtain aa delicinua and fragrant tea< aa you could ii wiah for.?Doily Sun. tl Tea Company, 75 and 77 Fulion alreet, New y.-rk, * and if we live will try them often. They are selling a the moat delicioua teaa wn ever drank, and retail o them at wholoaale prices.?Evening Poat. Ii The driest specimens of green and black ti at ever b ' aoltl in thia country, are imported by the Pekin Tea ti I Company, 75 and 77 Fulton at. Thorn who want P good teaa at reaeonable priree, ran alwaya get them o ! there.?Tribune. ! * I P A Wnrd In Tea Drink're.?The Pekin Tea Company, 75 and 77 Fulton atreei, have imported '' into thia market some'five hundred thouaand dollars I h worth of the fineat grades of green and black teaa, I grown in the Celeetial Empire ; done up in all the i varioua fancy |>ackagea, that Chinese ingenuity can ! " invent. It ia a privilege to buy teaa at thia great ea- I tabliahment and a luxury and a comfort to drink them. Thev well good teaa only, and retail them at j r l wholesale prices. Coontry merchants who wish to : i alwaya sell good teas can alwaya obtain them at thia P place on reasonable terms. P The Pskin Tea Company, 75 and 77 Fulton St., ? are performing a great and good work, and will, in a fow years, beyond all doubt, drive all the poor teas m which have deluged thia country, and defrauded ^ | consuraereof the anicle, out of this market. They import none but pure fragrant teas, and retail them I by the tingle pound at wholesale prices. Families ... . 1 " " ? ? ire alwaya aure of obtaining good tea* at thia great aarahouae, in quantitiea to auit their convaniance, ind at the ian? price that the merchant pay* who >uya to acll again.?Daily True Sun. Fine Oolong Black Tea.?The Pelcin Tea Com>any, 76 and 77 Fulton atreet, aella a delicioua Ooong Tea at fifty centa per pound. Conaumera of B ea, who have been paying aiz ahilling per pound H or thia arlic e, are rrqueatud to compare it with the J ibove and judge for themaelve* which ia the beat. If * rou can buy a better tea at four abillinp per pound ban you hare been getting at aiz ahillinga, you will Q| re obliged to ua for thia noiioe. Try the Young iiyeon, aold at thia great tea eatabliahment, at 76c. q, I ia better than any thing of the kind we have over ought claewbere at one,dollar.?Com. Adveitiaer. vl If any of our readere deaire to have good tea, they w :an obtain it of the Pckin Tea Company, 76 and ol >nd 77 Fulton atreet.?Mercury. Tna Praia Tsa Comfaiit.-?We very cheerfhl- " y call the attention of all lovera of pure and fragrant T I'eaa, both in town and cuuntry, to the great Tea " tVarehnuae of thia Company. Our long acquaint- " ince wi h the Proprietor* enable* u* to be peak for |l hem the entire confidence of the public. We know jf| hat their Tea*, both in quality and price, are all 1 nat la stated 01 inem. many 01 a lover 01 me iragrant lerb has been compelled to eschew the drinking of ^ I'ea in consequence of its injurious effects, until at ^ ength he has become hopeless of finding, among any a( if the imported varieties of Teas in our market, a ;ind which bad not such an efTect. In this, howevr, rueh persona will be agreeably disappointed.? p. ['he Pskin Tea Company have commenced the p nportntioii of choice varieties of Garden Teas, oi p. nost delicious flavor, cultivated and picked with great p ere, which have heretofore never been introduced F nlo this country, except as presents to importers.? p. Vmong these they have an Oolung, mild as a zephyr, ind fragrant as a rose, which we >pee>ally recomnend to all nervous persons, Iu effect upon many >f those who have, tried it has been to make them onfirmed tea drinkers. Ladies who have used it. n ay they never before,drank such tea. But all tastes an here be suited, with the great advantage over be olhths of getting a pure article at wholesale price, m rowever small the quantity. 'I'be Company's ware- e[ rouse is at 75 and 77 Fulton at.?Golden Rule. P( Taa.?The Pekin Tea Company, No. 75 and 77 1 ulion street, unquestionably sell the beat I eas im- ci torled into th a market. That they can sell them |ij ihesper than any other establishment is a fact proved n a ihou and instances since tt.ey have opened their re tore. We would advise our friends to call at this j/, dice, and if they don't wish to buy, at least to oh- vj ain a little pamphlet, kept on their counter, entitled 'Hints to Tea Drinkers," and therelrom learn a little jj ireful information on the subject. The pbamphlet ? i given gratis.?Journal of Commerce. eI We drink Green Ten, and for many years have reen paying one dollar per pound for it. But thanks 0 rhe Pekin l ea Company, we now get a better tea rom them at 76 cents per pound. We drink one I round por week, by which we are now saving thir oerr dollars per year, and enjoying hotter tea in the a> iargain. Commend us to the Pekin Tea Company ay we.?Mirror. You miy-lie sure of obtaining at all times pure J' nd highly flavored teas by the single pound, at vholesale prices, of the Pekin Tea Company, 75 nd 77 Fulton street. They havo probably the T urgent stock, and greatest variety of fine green and . lank teas, of any establishment in the llnited States. ? 'hey are doing a large business, and a great benefit ^ 1 consumers of lea.? in il3"Editors and Publishers of Newspapers in the er JniUxl States, Canadss, West Indies, etc., who will fa ;ive the above 13 insertions in their respective Jour- g? rale, including this notice, will be paid for the same bl rls, towel", end injer Jon instruments, or these may o hired or purchased on resonable terms at the esiblishment. For further particular* address post aid, Joel Shew, M. D., either at New York City ya r Hyosset, Long Island, New York. City patient'. t^( rill be treated at Shew'* residence, 47 Bond street, lew York* N. B.?For some weeks during the hottest wea- __ ler, Dr. Shew will be able to attend to patients at is office, (47 Bond street), only on Saturdays, from 0 a.m. to 2 p. m. july 31 tf Some thin#.* ran he done as tee// as others SUPERIOR SODA WATER. re. FARQUHAR * CO., corner of 15th , atreet and New York avenue, arc now preareil to furniah the public the above delirioue bevrage, with a full aeeortment of Syrup, careful ly repared by ihemeel.ee. Their apparetue ie entirely new, and ronetructed n the lateet and moat approved principle. They flatter ihemeelvee (hat thair Hod* Water ia qual, if not auperior, to any In tha city, and invite M public to call anil judge for thamaelvea. Soda Fountain! filled to order at the ahorteat noloe. > Ti maySS J3m i any I eai tney may cnooae to select irom me anove ar catalogue, at the prices there named, and by their cn urchasing of th-< Company twice the amount of at heir bill, which they aie at liberty to dispose of as ?|J hey please. ac Papers who advertise, must direct copies mqrkrd fiv ) the Pekin Tea Company Gazette, 75 and 77 Ful ar ft atreet, New York. aug 3 I3ta ! riJST RECEIVED, and lor sale at the >n ) Book Stork of A. ADAM, on Pennsylvania .venue, the following late and attractive literary pro- en notions, viz: By James. The Ancient Regime, 25 cents} Chas. wi \vrrel, or the Bitter Blood. 2l5 cts} The Robber, 25 ^ ts; Corse de Leon. 25 cts} False Heir, 25} Heidle- .y erg, 25; Step Mother, 2 vols. 50$ the Smuggler 25. ^ eauchomp, 25. Bv Miss Pickering. The Quiet Husband} the a'1 Expectant} the Squire; the Prince and Pedler, tlic cerct Foej Agnes Serlj Nandarrelj Cousin Hinton, nc Fright,each 25 cents; the Heiress, 25} Who shall ? e Heir, 25. By Charles Lever. Tom Burke of Ours, 50 ctsj ^ he Nevilles of Garrctstown, 25 ctsj Jack Hinton, 50} I !harles O'Mallcy, 50} Arthur O'l^eary, 25 cents} [night of Gwynne,25. By Alexander DuMas. Genevieve, 50 cts, Che- El alier de Harmcntal, 25} Lady of Monsoreau, 2 vols 1, the Three Guardsmen, 25} the Countc of Monte Ihristn, 2 vols $1; Duke of Burgundy, 25, Joan, the ?h leroic Maiden, 25 By George Lifpard. The Quaker City, 2 vols 1} Blanche ot Brandy wine, 3 vols 75 cts By Samuel Lover. Handy Andy, 50cts*, Legends nd Stories of Ireland, 50 cts} Rory O'Moore, 50 cts; Hi >ongs ana uauaus, zn r c By W. H. Ainsworth. The Tower of London, 50; 'hrichton, 25; Diana of Meridor, $1 for the 2 vol. The Dutchman's Fireside, 25 cts Young Kate, or the Rescue, 25 The Young Prima Donna, by Messrs Grey, 25 Kruitzner, or the German's l'ale, 25 Wilfulness of Woman, 25 Evelina, by Miss Burney, 25 The. Daguerreotype Miniature, 124 Lives of Statesmen, by Hon J Q Adams, 25 Confessions ol a Pretty Woman, by Miss Pardoe 25 Amelia Wyndham, 25 Father Darry, 25 The Prairie Bird, by Murray, 25 ce Love and Mesmerism, by Horace Smith, 25 ?X The Female Minister, 25 wi Rose Marie, or the Gogo Family, 25 an Archibald Werner, 50 Sylvester Sound, the Somnambulist, 374 w< Stories of Jfaterloo, by Maxwell, 25 Guy Rivers, a Tale ol Georgia, 25 0\ My Own Home and Fireside, 50 History of the Bastilc, by Davenport, 50 The Protege, by J R T 25 The Tartar Chief, 25 u The Venice Orange Girl, 12^ .. Freaks of Cupid, in three parts, each 12A Leon tine, 25 Ormond, or the Secret JFItness, 25 The Chronicles of Clover Nook, 124cts Charmed Sea by H. Martineau, 25 Groves of Blarney by Mrs. Hall, 25 Sijge of Vienna, 25 ?r Rucretia by Bulwer, 25 th Leila, 124 DR. SHE W'8 Water Cure Institution at Syoaset, (Ojiter Bay), near New York, is now opened >r the reception of patients. Passage daily from ^ulton Market, (steamboat Croton), at 3 o'clock, p. ~~ n.? or persons may go by the Long Island Railroad, js far as HicksGllc, at 94 a. m.; also in the afternoon ach day. For healllifulneia .rut beauty of localiop, t i. believed this pl.ee i. unii vailed; anil the nu- ) iKTona ami very enpioua Spring, are of gieater pur- / ty than iho.c of any other establishment in this or /) he old country, ?o far a. analyses have lieen given, lit rtie tirma of hoard and treatinenl ahall lie made a. (hi noderate an is con.iateni with the necessary expen- a( ea of an establishment of this kind. The charge, :vfter the first mediral consultation and inveatigation wl f the patient's eaae, will vary from five to ten dol- P'1 tra per week. 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It contains 18 acres of land, 288 acres of which are in the ghest slate of cultivation, producing wheat, rye, idian corn and hay, equal to any upland farm?the maining 20 acres being woodland On the praises is a fine stone mansion, 60 feet by 46, with a irandah attached, 16 feet wide, extending the ngth of the house, and a large piaxza on the east, e whole giving ample accommodation for a family twenty persons. The pleasure grounds surroundg the house are shaded with slegtnt evergreens, id are very beautifully laid out. Theie are on the rm three stone houses for farmers or tenants, toither with three large atone bams, containing slaing and conveniences for a hundred head of cattle, id for the storage of 260 tons of produce, with well house, wsgun houne, granary and corn cnoa tsched. There are also the advantages of a fine iring houae, ice house, fish pond, a garden of two res, orchards slocked with the fineat fruit, green iuse and grape wail, a atream of spring water in ery field, a daily mall, by which the Philadelphia nl New York papers of the same day are received, id an omnibus passing ihe gate morning and evenf in the immediate vicinity are Episcopal, Lutheri and Presbyterian churches. Further description is unnecessary, as all persona ishing to purchase are invited to call and examine I e estate. It may, however, be added, that for beau , healthful situation, and advantages, it is not aur seed by any in the United States. It may be well to the mention the price, which is (820 per acre. Apply lo GEORGE 8HAFF, Whitemarsb, July 3 2awlm* Montgomery co., Pa. ' ICE! ICEM 1CEM! ~ PHE SUBSCRIBERS have on hand alargesupL ply ol pure Potomac Ice. which they will sail their Ice-house corner of Maryland avenue and leventh street, for Twenty-five cents per bushel. 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REMOVAL. _ L DA ma ? tUi lane uiin m?unm m >?.v. \ the public, that they have removed their OFCE from their former place o> Business, Elliott's lildings, to lhg,largc and convenient Store-room, ee doors beloio Gntlsby's Hotel, Penn. avenue, and ew doors below the Railroad Depot, where they e now more fully prepared to receive and forird all descriptions of packages to the following sees: Boston, Richmond, "Cincinnati, New., York, Petersburg, Louisville, Philadelphia, P.ttsburg, St. Louis, Baltimore, Wheeling, be. Ctc.fec. Adams & Co. will also forwnrd specie and other luables, and Collect Drafts, Notes, b<\, on all s bIhjvc places at reasonable rates. G. S. McKLFRESH, may 27?eo2m Agent. FRESH GROCERIES. ~ HIE SUBSCRIBER is now receiving an additional supply of groceries comprising Freesh Teaa, Coffee of varioua kinds New Orleans, Porto Hico, and St Croix sugars Tin do do molnsses Hugar hollar sirup and mnlasara Fresh spiers, ground and unground Sperm, adamantine, and mould candlra Tomato aaucr, cataupa, anchovies, dee. Sardines and Curry powders Sarsaparilla simp, fancy soap Miliury shaving soap, dec. Orange county butter 100 sugar cured hams 100 superior ehouldera A large supply of cigara and tobacco > which he invitea attention 8. HOLMES, june 19?d3w 7th street.