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GO TO WORK.
We call upon every voter in the State and Union (in the language of a cotemporary) who desires the euccet-s of the Whig cause, who wish es to elect a Whig President and to have the Government administered on Whig principles? who is opposed to free trade, to the annexation of TexHS, and the sub-Treasury, who is in favor of distribution and a protective tariff?we call up on every voter of this stamp to GO TO WORK, actively, zealously, and above all, go to work tLTiNO W. GO TO WORK and organize in every county, city, and town, by the organization of Clay Clubs, and the appoint ment of rallying and vigilance committees. No cause ever yet triumphed without a thorough or ganization of its friends. Remember this ! It is the first, the GREAT STEP to success. GO TO WORK and circulate Whig tracts and papers which dis cuss fairly and ably the great questions at issue in the coming contest. Falsehood and misrepre sentations are already in the field, and they must be followed close up with facts and truth. GO TO WORK and get up meetings and conventions, that you may be able to learn each other's views, consult, advise, and become personally acquainted. You can thus act unitedly, and united action can alone be elliciont action. GO TO WORK and inculcate the necessity of harmony on all oc casions and at all times?.that action without union is valueless and useless?that every man must adopt and ACT UPON the motto?" Union, har mony, self-denial, concession ; everything for THE CAUSE, NOTHING FOR MEN." GO TO WORK and make arrangements for lectures and public discussions of the measures of the Whig and Locofoco parties. Whij principles always gain by fair, open, honest discussion of public questions. The people want light. Let it come in floods. GO TO WORK upon all proper occasions, reason with those who are willing to listen to reason and argument.? Labor to confirm the wavering and win the doubt ful. Every man, however humble his sphere, possesses some influence with his neighbors and friends. Let every Whig use his influence to advance Whig principles, tie ought to do it? fie can contribute his mite and swell the tide of Whiff victory, which will then surely spread over the whole Union. GO TO WORK! Rochester Democrat. From the N. Y. Commercial Advertiser, June 18, 1814. Health an*d Happiness at Home.?Hundreds per haps thousands, of pur citizens annually resort to for eign climes in pursuit of health. By a timely use of the proper means at home, in a large proportion of the cases, this expatriation would be unnecessary, and health could be re-established, and the constitu tion braced up as well here as abroad. It is a fact generally admitted that most diseases have their ori gin in the impu e slate of the blood, which causes unhealthy secretions, and this soon produces a disor ganization of the whole system. We take pleasure in calling the attention of our readers to a valuable medicine, known as Sands's Sarsaparilla, which will effectually eradicate all impurities from the sys tem, ai.d for scrofulous and chronic maladies it is generally considered an unfailing means of relief and cure. Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail, by A. B. & D. SANDS, Wholesale Druggists, 79 Fulton st., New York. Price per bottle; 6 bottles for $5. Agents for Washington city:?ROBERT FARN HAiVl, Bookseller, corner of Pennsylvania avenue and 11th street, and R. S. PATTERSON, Druggist, cor ner of Pennsylvania avenue and 9th street. rCr-HAVE YOU A COLD, AND DO YOU Wlall IT CURED??Every body who has a cold wishes it to be cured beyond doubt, but the question arises how it is to be done? The answer is speedy ; Peters' Cough Lozenges will effectually take away and destroy every vestageof a cough or cold, if taken in time. These Lozenges are formed by a combina tion of the most valuable ingredients known as bene ficial to those afflicted with pulmonary complaints, such as asthma, bleeding at the lungs, pain in the breast, spitting of blood, constant coughing, &c., all of which herald the approach of consumption. These Lozenges are famous for the thousand benefits they have conferred throughout the Union in saving the lives of many afflicted, who would otherwise have perished by consumption. Sold wholesale and re tail at june 10 CHAS. STOTT'S. JC?1* Allebasi's Poor Man's Plasters are war ranted to be superior to any other plaster in use. Cases, almost without number, might be given where most of the celebrated plasters have been used and failed, and these at length affected the cure. This Piaster possesses several advantages over any other, which renders it superior for all pains or weakness in the back, side, chest, bowels, loins, muscles, and for lung and liver complaints, coughs, colds, rheuma tism, nervous affections, &c. Physicians supplied gratis, for a trial, see pamphlet For sale by CHAS. STOTT. N. B. Allebasi's Health Pills, the Black (or Alle basi's) Salve, and Allebasi's Toothache Drops for sale at the same place. june 10 CHEJ1P TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT. CC. BEVERIDGE, Seventh street, between . Louisiana avenue and D street, next door to J. A Donohoo's Grocery store, is prepared to make up clothing of every description in the most modern style and at the shortest notice, and not surpassed in workmanship by any establishment in the city. The following prices have been adopted in order to suit the times, viz: Making and Trimming coat in the best style $8 50 do do do pants 2 00 do do do vests 1 75 Making coats, without trimming* 4i 00 do pants, do 1 25 do vests, do 1 25 All work warranted to fit in a superior style. N. B. Gentlemen and children's clothing cut to or der in the most fashionable style, and so arranged that there can be no mistake in making them up. ap lti? Onn DUMB BELLS. 4s\J\j PATRS DUMB BELLS, assorted sizes, just received and for sale at J. M. DORSET PS Snuff tobacco, and fancy store, Penn. av., No. 11, east of Gadsby's Hotel. june 6 riniTtTwjiiG almanac and politician's I _ REGISTER FOR 1844.?The above contains returns of elections in all the States for President in 1840, and the new Congressional elections by districts for 1843, and subsequently. The subscriber has just received several thousand of tbe above, which will be sold at about cost for distribution Also, just re ceived, 5,000 DEMOCRACY, Junius Tract, No. 6. R. FARNHAM, feb 2? Corner of 11 street and Penn. av. BROWN'S BONESET CANDY. .A FRESll supply just reoeived, by c. a JAMES, ap 13? Corner 14th and E. sU. LOCAL NEWS. Thk Georgetown Clay Glee ( llb.?"1 his musical association of patriotic young Whig* whose delightful glees and chorusses (with those of our friends from Alexandria) contributed so greatly to the interest and spirit of the immense Whig mass meeting in our city on Monday night last, are now permanently organized for the cam I paign, under the following officers : Joseph Nicholson, President, and Leader. Thomas V. Hyde, Vice President, and Assist ant Loader. H. Warner, Leader of Orchestra. D. Walker, Secretary. J J. O. Warner, Treasurer. The Club will meet every Wednesday evening, at the Town Hall, in Georgetown, until further notice. ________ Major Tochman's Lecture.?Other engage ments prevented our attendance at this gentle men's lecture upon Poland last evening ; but we are informed by a gentleman that those who were present were highly delighted with the style and manner of the address ; and the only regret was | that more of our citizens were not present to sub- | tain the gentleman in his patriotic and honor able endeavors to enlist public sympathy in be half of his native land?poor suffering Poland? a country whose nationality is now almost oblit- , erated by the grasping designs and encroachment of neighboring Potentates. " "marriage. i On Thursday, the 20th instant, by inc Key- Mr. Phelps, Mr. JOHN H CLARVOR of Washington City D. C., to Miss MARY ELIZABETH SU MERS, eldest daughter of James Sommers, Esq., j Prince George's county, Maryland. j I try First Temperance Pledge.?We will drink no wtne ; for Jonadab, the son of Rechab, command ed us saying, "Ye shall drink no unne, niuther ye nor your sons forever.'W?r. 25, .. 6. Temperance meetings at Concert Hall this (Friday) evening a 8 o'clock?Sunday afternoon, at 4 o clock. at Centre MarWpt GEO. SAVAClh, Market* President. rrTr" Rev. Dr. Rider, President of Georgetown College, will preach in St. Matthew's Church on Sunday morning, at 11 o'clock. WHIG DOCUMENTS. The subscribers have for sale? Speech of Senator Rives, of Virginia, in oppo^Uon to Mr. McDuffie's proposition to repeal the 1 arin act of 1842?32 pages, price #2 per 100. Speech of Senator Dayton, of New Jersey, on the Tariff?16 pages, price $1 per 100. Speech of Hon. John White, of Kentucky, in de i fence of Mr. Clay, upon the charge of " Bargain and j Sale"?16 pages, price $1 per 1U0. I Speech of Hon. J. J. Hardin, of Illinois, review ing the principles of James K. Polk and the lead?" of modern Democracy?16 pages, pr'ce $1 per 1 0. Letter of Hon. D. D. Barnard, of New York, in review of the report of the Committee of Ways and Means on the Finances and Public Debt?8 pages, price 75 cents per 100. Clay Clubs and others can be supplied with any number of the above, by sending their[ orders, post id .Q J. & It. 6?. IrlUC/Oii, P jtKil?c3t-d6t Printers, 9th street, Washington. TTr pjunts^and oil. _ W ALLACE ELIOT & CO., corner of F and 12tfh streets, have on hand for sale? White Lead in oil, pure, extra, and No. l Chrome, Paris and Imperial Greens Pure Verdigris, Chrome Yellow Linseed Oil, &c., &c. Jc n rn FOR SALE, _L HE following lots in the city of Washington : Let No. 9, in square two hundred and forty-seven. Lot No. 10, in square two hundred ami ninety-five. Lot No. 1, in square thrt^ hundred and forty-six. For the purpose of settling an estate, these lots will to sold for I. fo?n LENOX, je 21?co2w Attorney at Law. GREAT BARGAINS! GREAT BARGAINS! AT the New York Dry Goods and Auction "tore, Pennsylvania Avenue, f;ur doors below Gads bv's Hotel.?Just received from New York auctions, a most splendid assortment of Fancy and Staple Dry Goods; also, a large lot of Fancy Goods, all ot which I we offer for cash as cheap, if not cheaper, than any other house in the Di>trict. We invite the citizens aLd strangers to call and judge for themselves before purchasing elsewhere. . . New York Dry Goods and Auction House, 1 je2L? 4 doors below Gadsby's, Penn. Avenue. T1 TRUNKS, TRUNKS, TRUNKS O MEMBERS OF CONGRESS AND PER SONS TRAVELLING.?I hare on hand a large and i handsome assortment of leather travelling trunks, which I will sell at a very reduced price. 1 hey areof | the first quality of materials and workmanship, and about twenty-five per cent, less than any other store I in the city. Persons will do well to call and examine | m, assortment before P^^'ErSAALL, Auction and Commission Store, Pennsylvania aye nue, between 9th and 10th streets. June 18-6t T PARENTS LOOK HERE ! JJANPHIER'S CHOLERA INF AN IUM SYRUP, an invaluable and wall tried remedy for the summer complaint in children, the virtues and efficacy ot which have been tested by the experience ot a se of years, is sold at the grocery of JUHN otiA SM1TH, north side of Pennsylvania avenue, between 9th and 10th streets, and at W. WHITNEY fc> sho store, south side of Pennsylvania avenue, between 6th and 7 th streets. . Reduction.?Where more than one bottle is want ed, a liberal reduction will be made. jell-lm RIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS? For sale by W. ELIO I & CO., mayl-lm Corner of F and 12th streets. iW STEAMBOAT EXCURSION. THE WASHINGTON LIGHT INFANTRY re spectfully announce to their feltS citizens that they have concludedlogivean I excursion down the river on Tuesday, the 2oth inst. [They have chartered the steamboat ColumlDia forthe | occasion, and every arrangement will be mado to "t: totrw,IU?e?ebG.org.to?n on the afternoon | J OoZ i cotillon music will be provided. Tickets At, admitting a gentleman and two ladies, to bi had at James Kelley's. 1st Ward ; J. France's I Lottery and Exchange othce; M. Dulany s Drug store ; and of the members of the company. je!7-eod bladensburg celebration. ^The Whig Club of Bladensburg will give a Barbe cue til lite old Spa ground on the 4th of July, to which the voters of Prince George's, the Whigs of Maryland the District of Columbia, and the neighboring States are requested to attend, with their Banners, Music, &c. Many distinguished Whigs will be present and address the meeting. Seats will be provided for the Ladies. Ample provision will be made for two thou sand persons, or any other number that may give us their company. Strict dscorum will be enforced and no intoxicating drinks will bo allowed on the ground under any pretext. C. B. CALVERT, J- T. Deame, Secretary. President. R. PERRY* PROFESSOR or SPARRING AT FULLER'S HOTEL. ' Gentlemen wishing to take lessons must apply im. mediately. Jel5-4t" s SHOES, SHOES, CHEAPER THAW THE CHEAPEST! -HOES.?We call the attention of dealers and consumers general)?, and the Ladies in particular to a large invoice of Shoes, which we sell-at auction prices; for instance, lady's half gaiters, at 50 cents per pair; morocco slippers, 50 cents; French ties 75 cents; children's bootees, 25 to 31 cents; gents' slip pers, 50 cents; fine calf sewed boots, at $3 25 and pegged do. at $1 25 per pair. Liberal discount to dealers. LEWIS & HUNT, Auctioneers, j!4- Penn. avenue, btw. 11th & 12th sts. NOTICE. ~ " -IMPORTANT to Members of Congress, strangers and citizens wishing to supply themselves with Dry Goods.?We take pleasure in informing them that we are receiving a large assortment of goods, comprising every article usually kept in dry goods stores, pur chased at different auctions in New York, Philadel phia, and Baltimore, and in consequence of the sea son being far advanced, we have been able to pur chase them 25 per cent, less than our former puK chases, and consequently will sell them 25 per cent, less, which makes a great difference. We can assure 1 purchasers if they will give us a call and examine our goods they will find what we have stated above to be the truth. HALL & BROTHER. jelO VENITIAN BLINDS ! VENITIAN BLINDS I W^LIAM NOELL, thankful for past favors, begs cave most respectfully to inform his former rhe puo,ic Senera,,y> ^at he still con ! ? n??""f?cture al1 kirKls of inside veni ki- a" colors and sizes, suitable for Si'c a1d private edifices. Also, painted Window shades, different patterns and prices; Linen and com mon Ourtams, furnished to order ; FANCY BLINDS all s'zes and very cheap, and everything appertaining RinHreenU,g. wV,dows- Worsted Cord, Tassels and Bindings, ail colors. aniV^r^i.W?uld Say lo a11 those who are in wanl of Z i IU e articles, just to give him a call and they shall be accommodated. Old Blinds repainted and repaired, and all orders thankfully received and C?7h ftMNnlt0' Ca" at the siS" of the MAM P' between 12th and 13th streets, south side ot Pennsylvania avenue. jel 1-tf PSSITIVELY SELLING OFF. c^ > a~out ,t0 rel'nqu'8h the Shoe business, the subscriber offers his stock of Boots and Shoes at cost, ar,?,.""der'[or cas,?- The stock is all of excellent quality. Those who purchase may rely upon getting ??? at a ver-v ,owr Price' t,ie object being sell off as soon as practicable, in order to get to offLZ^Plovi?entj The slore and dwelling if now ' lh? u! If a '. possession will be given about the 1st of Aug43t next. , WM. DOUGLASS IW avenue south side, btw. 9th & 10th sis. A11 those having unsettled accounts at the store, are respectfully requested to call and settle them by the 1st of July next. je!5-lm BEDFORD AND CONGRESS WATER ED FORD Water in barrels and half barrels, and Congress Water in quart and pint bottles, this day re ceived direct from the respective springs at GILMAN'S may 20? (Late Todd's) Drug Store. A FANCY GOODS. LA RGE and extensive assortment of fancy goods suitable lor presents, &c., on hand and for sale at very low prices at J. M. DORSETT'S Snuff, tobacco, and fancy store, Penn. av. No 11 east of Gadsby's Hotel. jel2 ' LROSE WOOD WORK BOXES. ADIES' Rose Wood Work Boxes, Gentlemen's Travelling Cases, Port Folios with or without locks, Ladies and Gentlemen's Pocket Books. For sale bv WM. F. BAYLY, Penn. ave., I may 16 doors west of 11th st. JUST RECEIVED. RIME Porto Rico sugar Do New Orleans sugar 8oubIe and single loaf sugar, best refined rushed and powdered do Gunpowder, Imperial, Young Hyson, and other teas, fresh and of the best quality Java, Maracaibo, Laguayra, and Rio coffee Fresh lemons, spices, and pepper Sperm and mould candles Fresh lard, bacon, and cheese Family and othei brands of white wheat flour, to gether with a complete assortment of goods in' his line, which will be sold at the lowest cash prices. JOHN SEX SMITH, may 30-lm between 9th and 10th sts. Penn. av. MVTICE. ! OMMITED to the Jail of Frederick county, Md., on the 9th day of June inst., as runaways, two black men, who call themselves HENRY PLUMMER and JOHN PLUMMER. Henry says he is 43 years of age, 6 feet three inches high, had on when com mitted a dark green cloth coat, dark gray mixed pants, and black fur hat John is about 40 years of age, 5 feet eight inches high, and had on a dark gray mixed cassinett coat and pants. The owner, if any, is requested to come and have them released, they will otherwise be discharged according to law. GEORGE RICE, je 14? Sheriff of Frederick county. I NEGROES WANTED. wish to purchase any number of negroes for the New Orleans market, and will give at all times the highest market price in ca?h for liVely young negroes. Those wishing to sell, will find it to their interest to call at my establishment, corner of Seventh street and Maryland avenue, where myself or agent can be seen at any time. , Communications promptly attended to. june 5?tf THOS. WILLIAMS. LOZENGES. R. SHERMAN'S Worm. Cough, and Camphor Lozenges. For sale by W. ELIOT & Co., mayl6-2w Corner of F and 12th sts. A RUSSIA ISINGLASS. FRESH supply just opened, by C. H. JAMES, ap 13? Corner 14th and E sts. ? FORTUNE'S HOME. # GRAND SCHEME FOR SATURDAY. ALEXANDRIA LOTTERY. Class No. 22, for 1844. To be drawn at Alexandria, on Saturday, June 22. 6 capital prizes of... $10,(X?0 1 do 3,500 1 do 2,340 25 prizes of. ..1,000 53... .do. .400 200... .do 200 &.C. &c. &c. The lowest three number prize $200. 75 numbers and 13 ballots. Whole Tickets only $10?shares in proportion. Risk on package of Whole Tickets $120. Do do Halves do 60 00 Do do Quarters do 30 00 Orders jor Tickets and Shares in the above Splendid Lottery, and all other Lotteries now drawing, address A. W. KIRKWOOD, jel8-4t One door east of Brown's Hotel DYOTT'S ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS A S a family medicine, 9 mild, gentle purgative, and pu /A rifierof the blood?the general use of these celebra ted Pills throughout the United States for forty years past, and the Btrong recommendations they have acquired from all classes of our fellow citizens, places them in a much more elevated situation in public estimation, than any other remedy which bus he-etofore been introduced. The following are among the many diseases for which Dr. Dyott's celebrated pills are so deservedly distinguish ed for curing. By their counteracting properties in re moving the Bile from the Stomach, they prevent and cure the bilious fever, chills or ague and fever; spring and fall fevers; yellow fever; bilious cholio pleurisy ; dysentery; worms; bilious vomiting; sick and fiul stomach. By cleansing the bowels und stomach from all impuri ties, they restore the appetite; remove flatulency; cure the headache; habitual costiveness; colds; coughs; asthma; epeliptic fits; hypochondria; hysterical com plaint ; stransguary ; gravel, &c. By a general and copious use, they will be found very beneficial in curing the rhuematism and gout, lumbago or pains in the back. All impurities in the blood yield to their happy effects, whether proceeding from Constitution al ailment, or from indiscreet intemperance. These celebrated pills have been used to very great advantage in curing the dyspepsia, or indigestion, bron chitis, liver complaint, &c. They are an infallible medicine for Female Complaints generally, and especially for removing those obstructions which are the source of their ailments at certain periods, they possess the eminent advantage over most other pur gatives, that while they operate gently, they produce neither costiveness, debility, nor too great excitement. Whenever there is a predisposition to receive disease from marsh effluvia, or from a too copious use of ardent spirits, or from a vitiated stats of the bile, theso pills will assuredly counteract it. They are highly recommended to travellers by sea or land, and may be made use of without change of diet, and in situations where no exercise can be used. They will bo found particularly valuable for preventing diseases in cidental to hot climates, they deterge and cleanse vicid humors, open obstructions and promote the secretion of good bile, operate as an easy cathartic, as a powerful diur etic, and as a diarphoretic. Dr. Dyott, under the strong conviction of the power of his pills to relieve the afflicted, recommends the use of them to those who are in health as well as the afflicted, at least once a fortnight, during the Spring and Summer months, in which he feels assured those who attend to his his advice will find the benefit they seek. A bill of directions accompanies each box of Pills. Take notice?each box is sealed with red wax, stamped with the Proprietor's coat of arms, and signed T. W. DYOTT, M. D. and T. W. DYOTT, Jr. For sale at the Bookstore of R. F ARN H AM, corner of 11th street and Penn. Avenue, and at the most respect able Drug Stores in the District, where, also, are for sale separately, all the sixteen Standard Preparations as con tained in Dyott's Family Medicine Chest. jel8 TSIDI)ALL'S INDIAN VERMIFUGE. HIS valuable medicine is offered to the public with the confident assurance of its superior efficacy as a remedy for worms. It not only expels the worms, but prevents the return of them, by removing the weak state of the di gestive organs on which their production mainly depends. It also removes the superabundant mucus or slime exist ing in the stomach of children in bad health, and which forms the bed or nest in which the worms produce their young. In doubtful cases, where there is a general de rangement of system from want of due action in the liver and a debilitated or torpid condition ofstomach and bowels, the INDIAN VERMIFUGE gives speedy relief by cleans- t ing the stomach nnd bowels and stimulating the liver to healthy action?the appetite is speedily restored, and the pale and sunken countenance give place to the plumpness of face, and the ruddy hue of health. The following general agencies are established in Philadelphia, where the medicine may be had Wholesale and Retail: Dyott's Fountain Head, Second above Race street,and Vaughan, Third and Race street. Price 25 cents. For sale at R. FARNHAM'S Bookstore, corner of 11th street and Penn. Avenue, and at the most respectable Drug Stores in the District. je!8 O WHITWELL'S JAUNDICE TEMPERANCE BITTERS, _ II PEOPLE'S BEST REMEDY?For the cure of | Jaundice, Fever and Ague, Debility, Worms, &c. Evidence of the Good Qualities of tiiis com pound.?Dr. Hooper, in his Medical Dictionary, in allu sion to a prominent ingredient in these Bitters, says?" It has been found very effectual in restoring digestion, ex pelling flatulence, and removing costiveness, so common 111 sedantary life." Dr. Lettsem, the most scientific physician in Europe, says, on tho same page, " In hysterical affections, it af fords more vigor and relief than any other article befoVe known." Dr. Bigelow, in his sequel to the U. U. Phnrmacopea, I says, page 331, in allusion to the rsaine article, *' It is one of tho most valuablo of the Bitter Tonics. It has an invi gorating effect on the stomach and bowels, and is peculi arly serviceable in dyspepsia." These Bitters contain a large proportion of the Extracts j qf SarsapariUa and Tomatoes, as any bitters in the United States, and rank immeasurably above all others in exist ence for creating an appetite, reviving the spirits, and strengthening tho whole system. lloMarATHtc Pills, or a Medicine in the minntest doses, with the most beneficial results.?They are used for the same complaints as the Temperance Bitters, and I should always be used together, tho pills being a gentle cathartic, and the Bitters the best tonic, or strengthener, in existence. The Bitters are capital for cleansing the blood, nre free from stimulus, and sold at the low price of I 25 cents for a pint bottle, the Pills at 25 cents a box. I To the Reader,?Whenever you want OPODEL DOC, always buy Whitwell's, and 110 other, or you will be deceived and disappointed. It is infallible in Rheu matism, Sprains, Ac. Whitwell's Aromatic Snuff is also a capital article in Catarrh, Headarhe. &c. Price 25 cents a bottle. . For sale at tho Bookstore of R. FARNHAM, corner of | lllli street nnd Penn. Avenue, and at the most respect able Drug Stores in the District. jo 18 ? INDELIBLE INK. IDDER'S Superior Indelible Ink, for sale by W. ELIOT & CO., mayl6-2w orner of F and 12th streets. STEWARTS WORM DESTROYING SYRUP. rpO thoso who have tried this invaluable medicine I we deem it unnecessary to say anything in its praise; but to those who have not had an opportuni ty of te-iting its wonderful effects, we unhesitatingly slate that it is the bc3t, safest, and most pleasant remedy ever offered for the cure of worms in children. Price twenty-five cents per bottle. For sale at J. M. DORSETT'S Snuff, tobacco, and fancy store, No. 11, east of Gadsby's Hotel. june 7 SCHOOL BOOKS. large and general assortment of School Books and school requisites, all of which have been care iully selected as regards binding, &c., for sale 011 as liberal terms as elsewhere in the District, at GARRET ANDERSON'S, may 21-tf Penn. av., btw 11th and 12th streets. AUCTION 8ALE8. BY W1LI1AM WtBUHlTiTi, 0 FURNITURE AT AUCTION*. N Saturday morning, 2*2d inst., at 9 o'clock, I will sell in front of my store a lot of new and secondhand furniture, viz: Mahogany Sofas, Sideboards, Bureaus, \Vardrobes, Lining, Card, and Centre Tablet, Ma hogany rocking and parlor Chain, cape and wood seat Chairs, Carpets, Rugs, Stair Rods, Looking Glasses, high and low Dost Bedsteads, Feather Boda, hair, Hhuck, and straw Matrasses, Washstaoda, cham ber furniture, Andirons, Shovels and Tongs, Clocks, &c. &c. Also, a good assortment of Crockery and Glass Ware. WM. MARSHALL, je 20?ts Auctioneer. I~ MORE JSTE W GOODS. *" HAVE this day received the following goods: 50 pieces handsome French Lawns, at 18, worth 37 cents 150 pieces Balzarines and Bereges, from 18 to 75 cents 50 pieces colored lace Lawns and Muslins, Tory cheap 10 pieces Balzarine Lawns, a beautiful article 10 do black Berege and Balzarines, plain and striped 50 pieces second mourning Lawns and Balzarines A large lot of white Cambrics, Lacc Cambrics, Ja conet and Swiss Cambrics, and cross-barred aad striped Cambrics, very cheap Book, Swiss and Tarleton Muslins 100 pieces superior Irish Linens, uncommonly cheap 2500 yards bleached and brown Cottons, at from S to 12 cents 2500 yards handsome low priced Calicoes 1000 do do yard-wide Chintz, from 1C to 25 cents 3 cases superfine Longcloth Shirtings 2 do heavy Cotton Sheetings 10 pieces 10-4 and 12-4 Linen Sheetings A large lot table Diapers and Towellings Damask Table Cloths, from 2J to 6 yards long 20 dozen Damask Napkins, uncommonly cheap 150 do white, black and colored cotton Hose A large supply of goods for men and boys* weart such as?Summer Cloths, Summer Cassimeret, Gambroons, Drillings, V estings, Tweeds, French Linens, Grass Cloth, be. 150 cloth Table Covers, beautiful patterns 150 handsome Toilet Covers Fashionable Shawls, Handkerchiefs, Scarfs, &c. Great Bargains will be offered to those who will favor me with a call. je!9-2wif R- C. WASHINGTON. NOTICE. fiSfflSSSS ffiffiB&B tXl ? I Transportation Office, R 8t O. R. R., June 17, 1844. Merchants and others are respectfully informed that on and after Thursday next, the 20th instant, the hours for the reception and delivery of commodi ties at thi3 depot will be as follows, viz: From 8 o'clock, A. M., until 3 o'clock, P. M. And from 4 o'clock until 6 o'clock, P. M., daily, except Sunday. Goods will be delivered only to the consignees in person, or to such drayman or others as may haws their written order or authority to receive them, and the freight upon which must in every case be paid oa delivery. By ordor. SAM. STETTIN1US, je 17?lm Agent. I FIVE DOLLARS REWARD S offered for the conviction of the evil-disposed person or persons who have already injured the rail ing and caps at the corner building on 4? street and Missouri avenue, or who may hereafter be found in the act of injuring the same in any way. Certain evil-disposed persons are found lounging about on the railing at the corner. A look out will be kept for them, and they will be dealt with as the law requires, unless they cease to annoy the owner and destroy the property. ULYSSES WARD. je 17?4t M HOUSES FOR RENT. THE house at the corner of 4J street and mri avenue. Possession given immediately. It will be let on moderate terms to a private family. Also, the house on Missouri street, a few doora from the corner in which Mrs. Ann Fulton now lives. Possession given on the 1st of July. Inquire of je 17 4t ULYSSES WARD. PDE SAULES, ROPRIETOR of the Post Office Caft, has now the pleasure of informing his numerous patrons and the public that his arrangements for the summer are perfected, and that they can rely upon obtaining, at the shortest notice, any delicacy in his line, served up in the most approved style, and to please every palate. The cnisint of the Cafe is under the direc tion of a most experienced artiste. Oysters from Cherrystone, Soft Crabs, Lobster, &c., will be received thioughout the summer, and all seasonable delicasies always on hand. The bar of the Cafe is stocked with the choicest Wines, Liqueurs, and Cigars. Every attention will be paid to those who honor the Cafe with a call. june 6?tf P- A. DE SAULES. BECKWITH'S ANTI-DYSPEPTIC PILLS, sale by W. ELIOT & CO. mayl-lm Corner of F and 12th streets. JUST RECEIVED ON CONSIGNMENT* ENS' boots, bootees, shoes and slippers Ladies' Jeffersons, ties, slippers, and half gaiters Boys' bootees and shoe* Misses' Jeffersons, ties, slippers and half gaiters, to gether with childrcns and servants' shoes, which will be sold at the very lowest cash prices. JOHN SEXSMITH, may 30-lm between 9th and 10th sts., Penn. tr. CHEJlP PRINTING, WRAPPING, AND WRJ PTING PAPERS. RINTING Paper, colored medium for book co vers, shoe wrapping paper, white wrapping do. for apothecaries, tea paper, envelop paper, cap and letter paper; ruled and plain, various qualities \ cap paper, ruled, for AI 62 J per ream. For sale by WM. F. BAYLY, ml6 Penn. avenue, four doors west of llth st. T HENRY CLAY KNIVES. ~ J UST received, a very superior lot of Pearl and Buck Penknives, of the Henry Clay pattern. Also, a general assortment of fine Cutlery, sucn as Razors, Penknives, Scissors, Erasers, &c., together with fancy and staple Stationery in the greatest va- - riety, and at the lowest prices. For s^lc * WM F. BAYLY, Stationer, mayl- Penn. av? btw. llth & 12th streetr._ T> OW AN D'S IMPROVED JLV warranted a perfect and las i g FEVER AND AGUE, & mayl-lm Corner of F and 19th itreeta. YtI ~ Just received, 11 IT I L D I N G MA I'ERIALS, MECHANICS' TOOLS HOUSEKEEPERS' ARTICLES, FISH LVG TACKLE, and a variety of other useful arti cles too numerous to mention ; all of which aro offered as cheap as they can be purchased from ped auctioneers, or the reguur N. B- A large assortment of best Brushes always on hand. mayl0-eow4w