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(Sty- All papers sent by mail, are discontinued the day n which the advance payment expires, [From the Philadelphia Saturday Courier.] THE PRETTY HAYMAKER; OR, CHARLIE WHITE'S SECOND LOVE. Here ton dwells simple truth; plain innocence; Unsullied beauty; sound unbroken youth, Patient of labor, with a little pleas'd; Health ever blooming; unambitious toil; Calm contemplation; and poetic ease. [THOMSON'S SEASONS. \Charlie White was a prince among men. A itfd'ouvre of nature—who, doubtlessly, intend d him to heir some magnificent and titled es ite in met ric England, but, in a fit of vexation, perchance that the old Earl, his " ci-nprcs ," fa her, obstinately refused to shuffle off his tnor il coil to make way for the new comer:) drop ad him in our homespun republic, y'clepud las! for romance, Charles White. The wee "harlie, by virtue of good nursing, paregoric, nd anniseed, soon changed to a sturdy urchin, ■ho stumped about all unwitting of the honors 0 so narrowly escaped. As there is nothing worth recording during ie minority of our hero—unless indeed we may lention his taking three rather sudden and iu oluntary cold baths in the cistern during as iany successive years—also a singular and rilliant experiment in Pyrotechnics, in memo- which ho bore ever after sundry warning ieatrices; yet as these are nothing more than ceide.nts, to which flesh, and particularly chil reri's flesh, is heir, we will pass lightly over iiem, and the succeeding years to his tvventy ixtli birth-day. At this time he was as the iris say "such a love of a man," his eyes so 'deeply, darkly blue"—his brow so broad nd white, and the bright locks turned above tso precisely the right shade of brown. His inely cut, though somewhat haughtily curved ips, disclosed the handsomest teeth in the rorld, his whiskers were faultless, and his "six set and upward" the envy of half the beaux. In his inner man we will not enlarge, merely remising that he was called a "pretty good fel iw," also that he had a most intense and aris ocratic horror of all plebeian employment low far the fact of his possessing at the same ime a sufficient quantum of the "filthy lucre," ud a pair of very white hands, ("which "en eritc" it would have been a thousand pities to lave spoiled)—how far, we say, the fact of hose possessions might have gone in confirm ng his intuitive repugnance to "man's"curse"' vo know not, but certain it is he slid along hrough the world right easily. It was passing trange, and so said all the pretty girls of our ero'B acquaintance, that his twenty-sixth birth ay found him still hugging his single blessed ass. There were, however, whispers that •upid had, in times of yore, sadly wounded his cart, through the violet eyes of a merry dam d, who, after leading him a pretty dance hrough all the perils of love, in lieu of finally at discretion and falling quietly nto his wake to follow 011 cozily over life's sea -suddenly shot off with flying colors, under nother pilot, leaving him to rig his shattered ark, and sink or swim, as best he might. Since that perilous day, Charlie had gone on ireaking hearts with the utmost industry, gain ng in process of time quite a reputation us lady iiler, without being once unpleasantly remind d that he possessed some fragments of a heart. Phe girls, who at first had spread their silken ets most assiduously, and in consideration of he value of the prize thrown rather more 110- ey than usual into then smiles, now saw with ismay all their "loves labor lost," and after umerous repulses raised the siege "en masse," nd stacking their arms unanimously, declared he fortress impregnable. . Our hero, in the meantime, little reeking the ssultof this "council de guerre,"quietly wend d his way to foreign parts, st',ll engaged in .reasonable practices against the fairer half of Ircation. But his cup was nearly filled—the lour of retribution was at hand. Receiving one day an invitation to a "petit iner," lie lound himself at the conclusion of is toilette rathor late, and determined toshort .l the distance by a cross route to the house of is friend. Sallying forth, therefore, he bound d over a low fence with an energy that some what discomposed the nice adjustment of his jvacinthine locks, and, with half-uttered male t lions on the heat of the day and his own diness, proceeded with hasty steps over a icadow, richly dotted with mounds of freshly lown hay. Diverging a little from his path, e entered a grove to obtain a momentary shcl >r from the sun. Crushing ber.eatli his feet a ewy cluster of the richly rnoited wood-lily id pressing aside the fragrant foliage, he aund his way along till gaining a nioro open ot, with the next step he half stumbled over. "Ye powers, a woman, and moreover fast loop"—as I e half uttered. And a more fit g nook could not havo been selected for a jntide siesta, closely sheltered as it was, save opening on the shady sine, where the breezes ;pt in to die sighing away 'mid the odorous liage. A dry and mossy hank supplied a fit ng couch, and there reclined the sleeper who act so nearly destroyeil our heio's equilibrium, [er slight though rounded figure was clad in dross of some coarse, dark material, certainly ot the late l'aris mode, and from beneath the tanly and somewhat brief skirt peeped fortli a tot and ankle of the most perfect symmetry, H alas! for the elegant Charlie, guiltless alike ■shoe and stocking. One little hand hud link by her side with the soft, pink palm up- Lined and the taper and relaxed fingeis grnsp lig a tiny harebell. Its fellow was" lnd°amid Km mass of curls half crushed beneath bel les. On the other side of the finely turned ■fed the silky clusters were flung boldly bud ■n the broad, smooth brow, and swept ou Jfer the green moss, crushing down a clu,.',e |[ wild daizies, whose tiny blossoms peeped out ITO and there, amid the raven shadows trern- in the breeze, that wafted their soft per- the still face of the sleeper, ltmight that a sweet thought was stirring; at PRISi I'ESI AND PUBLISIIKI) EVERY MORNIND, BY BULL & Tt'TTDE, No. 13 Y BALTIMORE STREET. BALTIMORE, Mil, her heart, for just now the hue of her cheek grew bright as the pink of an ocean shell, and her rose-hud lips half parted with the smile that swept like a sunbeam over her face. But we have left our hero standing with mouth and eyes equally extended, wondering very much if such flowers were indigenous to all the groves in that region of country—won dering what the creature was thinking of, pre cisely at that moment; and wondering (the vil lain) if it would be possible to snatch a kiss from those sweetest of lips, and escape with impunity. I know not how long he might have wondered, had not a saucy Zephyr lifted his hat at this moment, and "sans ceremonie," bore it away. Making a step forward to recover it, he trip ped against a projecting root and came in no very gentle manner on his knees beside the sleeper. The shock was effectual; the jetty lashes that had rested so lightly 011 either cheek, were lifted suddenly. With a cry of alarm the girl sprung up, but as her feet press ed the cool grass, she turned to see the eyes of the stranger fixed upon them, and sinking to the ground she concealed them under her, while a pink flush stole over her face, and her eyes filled with tears of vexation. Our friend all this while was fully engaged in framing and uttering a thousand apologies, to all of which she listened in half-pouting si lence, till her eyes glanced from his vexed face to a large dark stain on either knee, acquired by their ungentle salutations of Mother Earth. Forgetting all else, she burst into a peal of merry laughter, waking the echoes with notes so silvery that her pleading companion caught the infection, and joined her right heartily.— Half an hour afterward the two sat side by side in the little nook, apparently the best friends in the world. lie was made to under stand that she had come out to make hay in her father's field, and that she had selected their shady retreat for a 'sulk a manger,' where in to partake of her simple refreshments; and he in his turn explained iiis intiusion, and ac cepted with right good will a part of her din ner in place of that he had lost through her means. Wo will not relate how he praised the cream pie of her own making, or how they drank spring water fiorn the same tin cup, or any of the other rninutite of their tete-a-tole. Suffice it to say, from this time our friend Charlie eschewed most religiously all dinner parties, and other merry-makings, and was seized with quite a mania for rural researches. It was on a July afternoon, a full fortnight from the event just recorded, that Charlie and the country girl sat once more side by side in the little grove. The merry girl was twining a garland and laughing as gaily as ever, hut the fiery eyes ot her companion had troubled light, and his voice an earnest tone, that be tokened change. "Come, let us go—my garland is finished— and see, the sun is sinking;" and, rising, the girl scattered with a sudden toss the dewy flow ers, that half tilled her apron, all over the head of her silent companion; then lifting her bon net from the ground, she stepped out into the golden light; and, with a mocking courtesy, turned to go. "Come back, Hetty—stay one moment—l have something" to say;" and as she seated her self again half impatiently beside him, he re lapsed again into silence. "Well, speak if you have any thing to say. I must hasten home, for I expect Henry." "And who is Henry? But no matter!—! will speak. Many years ago, Hetty, I loved a fair young girl loved her deeply, devotedly. I wooed and won her. A few short days, and she would have become my own; but, ere they passed away, she left me for another. At that time I vowed 1 would never love again. I thought 1 never could. I thought that the blight hopes so utterly crushed could never wake again. But you have undeceived me, Hetty; and now can you return my love? for I do love you, Hetty—better, far better " "Hark! hatk! did you not hear that?" And the girl tossed back the dark hair from her brow and bent eagerly forward. "Hetty! Hetty"—and again her name echo ed through the grove at tho loudest pitch of a manly voice—"Hetty, where are you?" And the next instant a young man burst into the circle with his fine face all in a glow, and his arms eagerly extended. With a half scream. Hetty threw herself on his bosom, covering him with kisses, and sobbing as if her heart would break from very joy. | "And who is this?" said our discomfited hero, whose anger, on account of the interrup tion, was in no wise lessened by the conduct of his inamorata!" "This—why don't you know—this is Hen ry!" "And who, in the name of King Solomon, is Henry?" And Charlie waxed more wroth as he detected something like a smile 011 the face of the young man. "Why, Henry is—lie is—why, didn't you know it?"—and the little coquette crimsoned down to her very shoulders—"ls it possible you never heard?— Henr y—is MY HUSBAND. J. M. 15. W. THE SIAMESE TWINS. We extract from the letter of a correspondent of the South Carolina "Spartan,"tho following account of Chang and Eng, and their families: "You may be aware that some years since the Siamese Twins, Chang and Eng, retired from the public gaze, and settled down in this county (Wilkes) as farmers. Yon will also recollect that daring the last year it was pub lished in some of tlio newspapers that they were not still living in single blessedness. To my surpiise 1 find that the supposed hoax is a literal fact; and that those distinguished char acters are manied men! Mrs. C. and Mrs. E. are well known to several of my personal ac quaintances, and are said to bo very amiable and industrious. Each of the ladies has pre sented her particular 'lord' with an heir, in the person of a line, fat, lsiuncing daughter! "It is said that Chang and Eng, with their wives and children, contemplate making a tour tin*: "arh the country, 111 a year or two. The enjoy excellent health, ure very lively, and apparently happy, and will prove more interesting and attractive •co ui tour than they did in their first civilized world. Having families ! | for, as prudent husbands and lather ! they may think their bachelor fortune insui j (icicnt for all the little Changs and Engs 01 I which they now have the promise." MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11, 1844. ANOTHER HURRICANE!— Loss of Life and de struction if Property. We learn from the Wes tern Expositor, printed at Independence, Jack son county, Mo., that a destructive hurricane visited that section of the State about 9 o'clock 011 the night of the 251h ult. Its effects were lamentably disastrous. That paper says: It came across the prairie, and the first we heard of its effects, was at the Mission, 3 miles from Westport, which it injured considerably, from whence it passed over our county in a northeast direction, striking the river about one half mile above Wayne city, at C.N. Hall's mill, and have heard of its keeping down the river for some miles, but as yet we have not heard where it commenced nor where it ended It varied from five to seven hundred yards in width, and pursued a straight direction. We give the following list of the killed and woun ded: Mrs. McGill, Livingston, killed; Mrs. Stone, do.; Mr. Kerr had three children killed, and himself greatly wounded; Miss Mary Middle ton, and Dr. Martin'sson, near Westport, were killed. A stranger who had been moving a family to Platte, and encamped opposite Owen's landing, was found dead, Ins wagon blown entirely away. Thomas Hedges had all his houses and furniture blown off, and several of his family badly crippled. .Samuel Lambert, houses, &c., gone, wife and another person badly injured. J. Beadly, houses, &c. blown oft"; J. King, do.; Mrs. Iluggins, do., and herself badly crippled; Calvin McCoy, do., and several of Ins family crippled; Dr. Martin, do.; Mrs. Buckhart, do.; Thomas Smith, do. C.N. Hall's steam saw mill, roof blown off, grist mill and houses blown entirely away—damage about SI2OO. We have heard of several others killed and wounded, and much inoro property injured, but do not know the particulars. We have no idea that the half has been told, or yet heard, of the loss of lives and the destruction of property oc casioned by this awful tornado. THRILLING INCIDENT. The Louisville Cou-1 rier relates a most thrilling incident, which oc- j curred in that city last week, at a meeting of! the friends of colonization. It was connected with the departure ofa small band of emigrants, just brought to Louisvillo by a gentleman of ; Shelby county, by whom they were manumit ted, and placed under the care of Rev. Mr. \ Pinny, an agent of the Colonization Society, j Of the number, eleven were children of one i man, who was present, and appeared to be | verging to the age of threescore years and ten. ! This patriarch was not of the number manu mitted; he belonged to another estate, but had j permission to accompany his wife and children ! to this city, and here bid them a final adieu.— ! When this fact was announced, with an emo-! tion that almost choked the utterance of the I speaker, there was that long drawing in of the j breath by every listener which indicates the' workings of the powers within. All eyes were directed toward the object of so much syrnpa-1 thy; and when it was further stated, that the! owner of the old man Reuben, (for so ho was ' called,) would permit him to depart with his family for the small sum of a thousand pence, j the response was, with one voice, Reuben shall' he free! On the instant, the table of the Mod- j erator was thronged, and the requisite sum laid i upon it, to reunite for the remnant of their days old man Reuben and his wife, and tiiey i arid their children are now on their way to the! shores of Africa. ANECDOTE OF CYRUS BUTLER— Witty rebuke \ of Alillerism. We were much amused, a few days ago by an anecdote related to us by a ! gentleman from Providence, of Cyrus Butler, | one of the wealthiest citizens of Rhode Island, ■ who has lately made a munificent donation of forty thousand dollars towards the establish-! men of an insane asylum. It appears that a few weeks ago some Milleritcs called upon Mr.' B. to admonish him of the approaching end of i the world on the 23rd of October, and of the ' importance of his making a good use of his ; wealth before it should all ho consumed in the ! general conflagration. After listening patient- ! ly, Mr. B. replied—"we'l, gentlemen, I am j much obliged to von for your good intentions, ■ arid tho effect of your arguments has been to j convince me that I have made the best possible j use of it, at least a poition of my property, in j founding an Asylum for the Insane—and you are perfectly welcome to tho benefit of it.— I Good morning, gentlemen." Ax ASSORTED CARGO. Somebody is driving 1 : a brisk trade from Boston to Demarara in fresh ; provisions and vegetables, packed in ice. The in ig George Otis, cleared last week, bad 150 tons ice, fresh codfish, haddock, pollock and mackerel, pickerel, beef (roasting pieces and rounds,) mutton, lamb, veal, calves' heads, sheep's heads, roasting pigs, mongrel geese, tame geese, turkeys, ducks, chickens, capons, guinea birds, wild ducks, partridges, wood cocks, rabbits, squirrels, pigeons, Bremen geese, English ducks, sausages, lobsters,oysters,clams, onions, cranberries, baiberries, pumpkins, tur-j nips, squashes, white cabbages, red do., cauh-j flowers, carrots, parsnips, beets, horseradish,, celery, apples, baldwins, pippins, russets and . pearmains, pears, grapes, potatoes, eggs, but- i ter, cheese, lard, salt beef, pork and tongues, j spiced tripe, pickled tripe, &e. BUCK-WHEAT CAKES. As this is the seasonj for Buck-wheat Cakes, the following recipe will at. this time be valuable to those who are 1 fond of thorn—a friend, who has tried the cx-j periment, says it makes decidedly better cakes, | with half the trouble necessary in the usual mode of raising them with yeast. To three' •pints of buck-wheat tlour, mixed into a hatter, j add one teaspoonful of carbonate of soda, dis solved in w iter, add one ditto of tartaric acid, | dissolved in like manner—first apply the car bonate, stir the baiter well, and then put in the acid—thus the use of yeast is entirely su perseded, and cakes "as light as a feather" are insured. One great advantage is that the bat- j ter is ready for baking as soon as it is made. SHIPWRECKS. Tho schooner Mary lvlots, bound out from St. Augustine, for North Caro- j lina, went on tho bar in a calm, but a wind springing up from N*. E., she parted her cables, 1 went ashore and was totally lost. AIL THE RAC.E t* NEW YORK. Morning! rides on horseback for ladies and gentlemen are ; all the fashion in New York. It would bring roses into many a pale cheek, if the practice could become popular here. ELEC T I O N S. INDIANA." We are indebted to the attention of Messrs. Neill and Dorsey, western mail agents, and to the Richmond Palladium extra, for the follow ing returns from this State, which we com pare with the Governor's election in 1843, when the democrats had a majority of 2,013. C'lny. Folk. Whiff. Dem. Wayne, 860 525 Henry, 447 208 Fayette, 130 184 Union, 6 28 Randolph, 100 67 Jefferson, 408 287 Ripley, 187 288 | Decatur, 2(10 293 I Scott, 47 8 Franklin, - 250 235 Switzerland, 45 68 Dearborn, 387 266, Marion 81 60 1 Rush, 200 203 Hancock, • 41 5 Floyd, 40 II | Ohio, 25 13 1 Clark, 235 27'J 1 Crawford, 181 27 Harrison, 117 115 Jennings, 250 311 • Hendricks, 266 261 Hamilton, 80 5-1 . 3597 9-16 2783 893 918 895 2649 1887 (Jain for Clay in 28 counties, 762. There arc 83 counties in the state. ~ GEORGIA: Morse's Magnetic Telegraph furnishes us with the following returns from this State,; which wo compare with the late Congressional election, when the democrats obtained a ma jority of 2,320. Clay. Folk. Whiff. Dent. Richmond, 256 209 ! Chatham, 26 101 Columbia, 185 196 Bibb, 156 128 j Baldwin, 17 23 i Effingham, 107 100 Green, 648 587 1 Hancock, 185 109 Lincoln, 108 9.5 j Morgan, 91 83 ! Taliaferro, 327 352 j Warren, 273 202 1 Walton, 204 2401 Merriwether, 240 855! Burke, 145 132 Clarke, 181 116 Bryan, 36 5 1 Jefferson, 507 379 Madison, 20 20 Muscogee, 210 106 Newton, 474 375 Oglethorpe, 384 366 Upson, 259 251 Washington, 22 5 ! Wilkes, 41 69 1 Butts, 191 169! Crawford, 77 701 Franklin, 679 650 Hull, 208 2171 Jackson, 172 175 | Jasper, 98 72 j Jones, 58 4 Scriven, 21 •!# Wilkinson, 173 206 Putnam, 80 88 Bergen, 38 5 Harris, 392 384 Talbot, 36 26 5020 2320 4291 2277 2320 2277 2700 2014 Cain for Clay, in 38 counties, 6eo. There are 03 j counties in the State. POSTSCRIPT. The Augusta Constitu tionalist, extra, a democratic paper, gives re ported returns from 50 counties, which, it says, i show a whig gain of only 480. If the remain-1 ing counties, savs the same paper, vote as in October, Polk will got the state by about 1900, j In addition to the above, we have the fol- j lowing informal returns, for which we are in debted to a friend, viz: Democrat. Whig. Cass, 100 gain. Monroe, 60 gain. Habersham, 80 " Ilenry, 57 " \ Ke Kalb, 72 " Troup. 74 " Cobb, 40 " Pike, 1 " Fayette, 9 " Campbell, 25 '• Twiggs, 100 " If these be correct the clear whig gain is but 452. NORTH CAROLINA. We have, through Morse's Magnetic Tcle -1 graph and the Raleigh Rogister, the following returns front this state, which we compare with j the late Governor's election, when the wings j had 3,153 majority. Clay. Polk. Graham. Hoke, j i Camden, 455 ... 421 ... > I Pasquotank, 431 ... 416 i Perquimans, 272 ... 149 ... j I Nottlmmptoii, 159 ... 152 Halifax, 136 .. 191 ... ' Gates, 1 ... ... 22 | Guilford, incomplete, 1334 ... 1457 Warren, . 682 ... 582 Wake, ... 331 ... 189 ! Johnston, ... 67 54 ... 1 New Hanover, ... 740 ... 818 Duplin, ... 713 ... 620 ' Samson, ... 327 ... 266 j Wayne, ... 657 630 Edgeeomb, ... 1377 ~. 1292 ! Hertford, 62 ... 80 ••• I Chowan, 117 ... 61 ... Franklin, ... 424 ... 319 Granville, ... 6 ... 9 i Bladen, ... 206 ... 228 Cumberland, ... 398 ... 467 Orange, 150 ... 201 ••• Robeson, ... 22 ... 40 j Craven, 26 ... 69 ... I Bertie, 36 ... 98 ... i Beaufort, 475 ... 398 ... j Brunswick, 60 ... 44 ... 1 Moore, 40 ... 71 ... ! Columbus, ... 220 ... 162 Lenoir, ... 131 ... 158 ) Currituck, ... 394 ~. 348 j Greene, 26 ... 51 Tyrrell, 191 ... J74 ... Washington, 390 ... 232 ... ' Chatham, 460 ... 359 ... | Nasi), ... 820 ... 726 I Richmond, 685 ... 565 ... | 55(16 7515 5235 6922 5506 5233 Polk's majority, 2009 1687 Gain for Polk in 3? counties, 322. There are 74 counties in the State. OHIO. The Stale Journal says—ln 68 counties heard ' from, the gain for Clay over the Governors election, is 5,225. There arc 11 counties to he heatd from—Clay's majority will exceed 7,000. KENTUCKY. It is useless to publish the Ist and 2d day' i voting in this stale. The majority for Mr J Clay will he large, as in every county, so far j his vote is increased. In Louisville, at tin close of the 2d day, the whig majority was 800 I to 598 at the Governor's election. NEWYORKT \\ e have not yet received the entire vote ii this slate. The Tribune of Saturday give the corrected returns from all the counties bu three, which show a majority of 7,397 for Mr Polk. The counties to be heard from guvi Gen. Harrison 3,155 majority. The N. Y Sun makes Mr. Polk's majority in the wholi State, by estimating those not heard from 6,170 The official majority in the city of New York | for Mr. Polk is 1600, and for Silas Wrighl I 3,630. '['he State Legislature stands as fol lows: Senate, 25 democrats, 6 whigs and 1 American Republican. Assembly, 69 demo crats, 39 whigs, 13 American Republicans, 4 anti-rent men, and 1 irregular, leaving two to he heard from. Two If. S. Senators arc to be chosen. ELECTORS CHOSEN. The elections fur Electors of President and Vice President of the United States, so far as ascertained with certainty, have resulted as follows: CLAY. POLK. Ohio, 23 Maryland, S Pennsylvania, 26 Connecticut 6 Rhode Island, 4 New Hampshire, 6 Virginia, l7 New Jersey, 7 South Carolina, 9 New York, 36 Total, so far, 48 94 SMALL Pox AT LAGUAYRA. A letter dated Laguayra, October 6, stales that the small pox had broken out there, and that a quarantine had been laid at Port Cabello, on vessels coming from Laguayra. LATER FROM RIO JANEIRO. By the arrival of the bark St Joseph, from Rio Sept. 16, the Tribune learns from Capt. Neill that all was rpiiet when ho sailed. The markets were glut ted with American produco; Coffee scarce and high. No political news of interest. SENTENCED. Martin Freornan, who made an assault on the Captain and Mate of the brig Casco, with the intent to kill, was tried on Saturday in Portsmouth, Va., by a Court of Magistrates, and sentenced to the Penitentiary for 9 years. QUICK COOLING. A man in England has invented a machine by which ice-creams, gel ics. &.c., may be iced in ten minutes. NEW FALL GOODS. a M. HA 16, No. 131 BALTIMORE-ST., N-?* • (four doors above South street,) Manufacturer ot GIMPS, FRINGES, TASSELS, Odd Fellows' and Masonic REGALIA, FLAGS, BANNERS. Stc.. and dealer in MILITARY TRIMMINGS, HOSIERIES, GLOVES, and evert arliele usually found in a Fancy and Variety Store, invites the attention of the trade and public m bis larffc and handsome assortment of FALL GOODS, the greater part of which, Willi the exception of those of his own inanuiaeture, having been carefully selected in the Eastern markets, Irnm the latest importations, and purchased on the most favorable terms, cannot be exc. lied in point of quality or lowneas of price by any other house. Purchasers will therefore find it to their interest to give him an early call. His stock consists in part ol'tlie following: GIMPS, lliifflo Giinp; Paris do; Prince Albert do; Albert do; plain Furniture do; d'Ecosse do., all shades and qualities. FRINGES. Cotton Fringes; Silk do. for Cloaks; narrow Silk do. for Dresses; wide Silk do. for Cloaks; Mosella do; Tarleton do; Chusamt do Also, a new style of Hall Fringes—a handsome assortment of all the above. TASSELS. Gentlemen's Cloak Tassels; Ladies' Cloak del Waist dp; Silk Waist do; Anton do; Gold and Silver do; Bullion do; Gold and Silver do, for Head Dresses; Curtain and lilind do—a full supply ; constantly on hand. I SILK CORD. Silk Coat and Vest Cord; Ladies ; Dress do; Boot do -a choice supply, i BUTTONS. Square Buttons; Sun do; Daisy do; | Rice do; Coat do; Silk Twist do; Lasting and Mohair ; Coat and Vest do; Strap, Suspender and i'earl do. HOSIERY. English half Hose; Silk do; Cotton do; I Woollen do. GENTLEMEN'S WEAR. Gentlemen's col'd Kid | Gloves; black Kid do; Merino do; Cotion do; Thread; Woollen, Merino, Cashmere, C'olton and silk Slurts and Drawers, and other articles of Gentlemen's wear ing apparel, such as Stocas, Scarfs, Cravats, Collars and Suspenders CHILDREN'S CLOAKS, COATS AND CAPES. Children's Worsted Coats, Cloaks,' Capes, Caps, &c., most beautiful and of the verv latest styles. LADIES HAIR ORNAMENTS. Epinglc's frail- j oaise Hair I'ins; Bijouterie nmamentale pour les che- j veux do; Epinglc's de la Duchesse de N'Emours do; j Chenille do; Jet do—an elegant variety, among the 1 most chaste and beautiful in the city. Country Mkrohants are particularly invited to call and examine tin: above assortment, as I am ! confident that I can sell for prices that cannot fail to ; please. J. M. HAIU, No. 101 Baltimore street, ; si'26-tf 3 doors above South street. f'AHF, lihIHCKI). FARE TO PHILADELPHIA, £1.50. NEW STEAMBOAT LINE BETWEEN BALTIMORE AM) PHILADELPHIA, DAILY (Suvlnm excepted,) at O'CLOCK, A.M. | uiitU the Close <J the Nnvioutian. At rcs-eyr By (lie superior, fist and commodious s*rx TV ,V'-si^^ ll ' il| ners NAPOLEON, Capt. Ross, asgWydAiiilrfi and PIONEER, t'nplnin Bildcrrack, fro ■ the wo arf. corner of Light and Pratt streets. The abov-' splendid, fast and commodious Steamers having been placed on the line, will continue running a morning line until the close of the navigation, leav ing the wharf, corner of Light and Piatt streets, daily, (Sundays excepted.) at 7j o'clock. P. M. s7* Passenger* by this line will find every conve nience and comfort required. (ej~ Forward Deck Pa-.-age onlv 50 cents. GEO. A. II UVLINGS, Agent, Baltimore. 031-3 m 11. T. REES. Arch st. wharf, Philad. rf (ARI) PRINTING,aNC. BUSINESS CARDS, J for Mkrcmant*. Dry Goons, Country Dkai.kus. &e. Ito., printed in tin best style, on the very lowe3t terms, by HULL & TUTTI.K, Clipper Office, No. 134 Baltimore street. Who have on Input, a variety of splendid LAI Hi ISSEJ' CARDS, for very line Printing—such us .Mantiiainr.k ers' and Milliners' Business Cards, Ball Pickets, etc all of which will he executed in superior style, and at the very lowest price*. Every ollu i description of JOB PRINTING sueli as Shop Bills, Labels .Steamboat and Stage Bills, Lhcrks, Notes oi Hand, Ac. the., together with th i.arokst description of POSTING BILLS, for Con certs, Theattes, Excursions, and other aiiiusetncuts all of which w ill n executed tn the beet maimer, ■ their usual low rates. Apply at the Clipper office, jas No. 134 BALTIMORE STREET PRICE ONE CENT 'i\ O'CLOCK! ERICSSON'S STEAMBOAT LINE s M FOR PHILADELPHIA, via Ohesa . iiy,W^'i,*l' , ' :ikr and Delaware Canal, daily, (Sun- excepted,) for the conveyance of , 1 ussengcrs, Merchandize, Specie, Baggage, Bte., Sto. , ft?-FROM No. 3 LIGHT STREET WHARF. The Boats of this line, having been put in complete ruu j "ing order, one or more will leave No 3 Light street tvharf DAILY (Sundayexcepted.) at2]-o'clock, P.M. arriving in Philadelphia at an early hour the following morning, in time to connect with the New York line. Merchandize destined for New York, Boston, or any ( point eastward, will he forwarded from Philadelphia the same day as received, free of commission. For , large shipments, special contracts can he made at lotv . rates, (jogs- Shippers are requested to send a memo randum with each dray of goods, with the name of the shipper and consignee, and also have their goods on the wliarl by halt past 1 o'clock, to insure their 1 delivery in Philadelphia early next morning. For further particulars, apply to 15. <L HARRIS, Agent, 1 oXO-3m No. 3 Light street wharf. 1.1 L L .7 li I! .7 VI. r. M/:.v T. FARE REDUCED. DAILY USE TO THE SOUTH. By the Halt. Steam Packet Co's superior Steam Hoais ! rf, err,..;,-. GEORGIA, Capt. CoFFEY, ' HERALD, Capt. RrsßKt.tr—and JEWESS, Capt. SrTTOS, | Carrying the great Central U. S. Mail, via Hie Chess | pcake Ray and Roanoke Rail Road to Weldon, Wil mington, and Charleston, 8.C., and hvthe James River superb Steamboats to Citv Point and Richmond, Va. SCHEDULE: ! Leaving the lower end of Spear's wharf, Baltimore. D.\lL\ , (etceptSimday.)at t o'clock, P. M. in one of the above Boats. Arriving \t Portsmouth and Norfolk oxt morning in I time to connect with tin* cars for Weldon, (toCharles i ton,) and the James River boats for City Point ami j Richmond, arriving in the evening—connecting at | Richmond with the Line by Lynchburg to the west. \ Returning, the above boats leave Norfolk arid Ports i month every morning (except Sunday,) in time to con ; nect the same day with the evening line to Philadelphia. REDUCED FARE: j And with a determination to be as low as any other I passenger line. ; Passage between Baltimore, Norfolk, & 1 Portsmouth, sf> | ineals in do do Baltimore & Weldon, 11} hay hoax do do City Point & Richmond, 0 [ included, do do Charleston, S. C. dl) do do Lynchburg and to White Sulphur ! Springs, at lowest rates } (jty-Tlu: ease and comfort by this line, no loss of j sleep, and hut few changes, will induce the travellers ! to take this route. | St?* Passengers by this line will please hand their | checks to an Agent in the ears, or to the Norfolk Steam boat Porter, (Norfolk boat label on his hat,) in the I ticket office yard, wito will attend to their baggage. | _o2 T. SHBPPARD, Agent. j GREAT REDUCTION OF FARE, j AND INCREASED ACCOMMODATION. consequence of llie liberal sup £g>£gga£H!'tt with which the BALTIMORE Kas^— ■■■ '■ "and WASHINGTON STAGE LINE ; lias met, the Proprietors have determined to increase their stock, and will, until further notice, run THREE j comfortable and expeditious nine Passenger Coaches daily, in each direction, between Washington and j Baltimore. at Mpsw They have also made arrangements j yf. / —'poT.tP Ul ' 1 1 the Steamboat and Rail Road South of Washington, by which the fare will lie reduced to the following er j tremely low rates, viz: j Fortlirough ticketsfrom Baltimore, to Richmond, $5.00 1 do do do Petersburg, 5.50 f do do do Weldon, 7.50 I do do do Charleston, 19.50 j Fare between Baltimore and Washington, i.50 | As the Coaches will leave Baltimore immediately j on the arrival of the Cars from Philadelphia, and leave | Washington immediately on the arrival of the Steam : boat from the South, and perform the trip in fire hours. J passengers will reach Baltimore or Washington nearly j or quite as early by this conveyance as by the Railroad i Line, and will beset down, free of extra charges, at i all the principal Hotels, or any other reasonable diat- I anee in the city. J Passengers by this Line are delivered on hoard the Steamboat at Washington, free of any extra charge, I and reach Richmond or any point south of it, at the I same time, and nl two dollars and fifty cents less tare. j than by the Kail Road line. The public may rely on skillful and accommodating I divers, and every attention to theircomfort. For seats, | or further information, apply at the Stane Office, oppo j site the Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road Depot, Pratt St., I next door to the Green House, and two doors west ol j Whitman's Hotel. ! au29-tf JACOB PETERS & CO. FOR RALEIGH, N. C. A vrs-wv; The public are re- : ®fl*3Wtar s P cl,tr "l | y informed that 2A££3d&llSLadaily line of STAGES iuStaESSEt , are now running between Weldon nd Sledges, (near Gaston, N. C.) distance Id miles, connecting with the Portsmouth and ltoanoke and Raleigh and Gaston Kai Roads, at these points—giving to the travellers be tween Baltimore and Raleigh the opportunity of his superior ami comfortable route by the Chesapeake Bay Line and the Portsmouth and Roanoke Railroad. Passengers from Raleigh or any part of North Caro lina, by the Bay line, arc sure to connect with the ; evening line to the eastward. jal-d T. SHBPPARD, Agent. SILKS! SILKS!! SILKS!!! ITPWARDSOF3OO PIECES RICH SILKS, ) new styles. 100(1 pieces of English and French CASHMERE DR ! F.COSSE, among which may he found some beautifu I I mourning styles. | Also, a full and general assortmi nt of FANCY and i STAPLE DRY GOODS, just received and for sale at j the cheap wholesale and retail store, by FRANKLIN GARDNER, I e2O Between Charles and Light streets. BULL & TUTTLE'S I LARGE AND EXTENSIVE Job Printing Establishment, 134 HALTIMORE STREET. IDIHE public is respectfully informed that the pro si printers of this establishment are prepared to exe cute all orders for FINK LETTER-PRESS PRINTING Of EVERY VARIETY, SUCH AS BOOKS, HANDBILLS, PAMPHLETS, BILL HEADS, BILLS OF LADING, BANK CHECKS CIRCULARS, CARDS, POLICIES, LABELS, BLANKS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, RAILROAD, STAGE AND STEAMBOAT BILLS OF EVERY VARIETY AMI SIZE, WITH APPROPRIATE ENGRAVINGS, sc. ac. LAUGH SIZE POSTING HILL* FOR THEATRES. CIRCUSES, CONCERTS, EX HIIIITJON S, ENTKRTAINMENTS, ELECTIONS, he. he. Executed lu a style of magnificence and effect, un surpassed by any printing office in the city of Balti more. jy2J) avaTuable~\voiikT FOR A PVRI.IC LIBRARY—FOR A LITERARY ASSOCIATION, OR AN Y ONE DESIROUS OF FORMING AN EXTENSIVE COLLECTION A COMI'LETE FILE OF TliL •vHAL -/m TTRIOHE AVIIIG," from the year 1807tothe close of lite year 181.1, embracing one (if the most in ten sting periods of the last 50 yi are, both in our own country and in Europe. D is, indeed, both curious and interesting to read in ihe journals of those periods the various accounts of bailies, political events Kc.~- These volumes have also bound up with them many f the political squibs of the day, appertaining to our wu local history, which up' highly Unresting.' Thercare 11 volumes, and they will bc'i 'posed of at a reason able rate. Apply at the Clipper office. dsil-tf ' " CANDLES. Pure Sperm, Patent and Whale (>il; Wax, Sperm. Hi ipliane, Ada I aiilioe .Mould and Dipt CANDLES, assorted sizes for sale bv , ■ o MARCUS DENfSPN, 81 Baltimore Utreet \T MN etianTilinds. Venetian Funds o( the ver\ best siyle and tiinsh, constantlc on hand and inado to order. Also. FW'i'Y BLINDS, WINDOW SHADES, 8o'„ all first ran article-. na for sale low by .(11N t\ HOLLAND. Paper Hanger and Upholsterer. u'4 4b Gay street, neat the ijh >•*