Newspaper of Evening Star, March 3, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of Evening Star dated March 3, 1855 Page 3
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KVKNING STAR. local inte llige\c e. I Bocoht aid " Sold' "?At about i p m. yesterday, a crowd of two or throe hundred persons collected on Sixfi street, between D ?ad Pennsylvania avenue, attracted bj the effort# of three or four stout oolored hostlers t? *eke a hone draw. Armed with small ?witehea, they were laboring manfully to coax ? high spirited black pony " What would'nt jo," to draw a buggy. The more .hey la*h*d. the firmer pony stuck his hind heels into the crev ices of the stone pavement and bore on the breeching. The contest seemed to be one of endurance. Handkerchiefs were placed over his eyes and hi* tail was daly twisted, while all sorts of stable persuasive language was retorted to in vain, to induce pony to be rea sonable. But it was no go. The boys had a freat time, indeed, over the fun. Ibis re doubtable steed is siid to htfi been kl pat on our esteemed friend Levi Pumphrey, than whom Washington hardly holds a more famous expert in hone flesh! Though a " good 'un to look at," he teas emphatically 11 a rum 'un to co ' It struck us that be will make a cap ital *teed^ te let oat to Sunday-busters who, when hiring a horse, invariably seek to get M mueh as porsible out of him for their m iney. There was something so essentially ludicrous in the fact thst a dealer had been shockingly taken in in a horse trade?though we have no more prove bially honest and truthful man in this oommunity than the dealer aforssaii?as to make the sport on this occasion more keenly enjoyed by the bystsnders, than any thing else of the sort we ever witnessed. Tea Exhibition or the Jcriob Rbchabites. We had the pleasure, last uight, rf witnessing a rehearsal of the pieoes that George Wash lagton Tent, No. 2, intend giving on next Wednesday night, in the basement of the Sixth Presbyterian Church. Island, and among others we were muoh interested in "Jonadab, the Son of Kechab, or Washington in 1S65," a moral temperance drama that was specially written for them by a gentleman oonnected with the senior order, who takes mush interest in the tem prance movement among the juveniles. The character of the pieces are strongly drawn, and were well rendered. Altogether the oare ful training of these youths in their respec tive parts will do no discredit to their worthy Shepherd, who has the welfare of youth muon at heart; and we anticipate that on next Wedneeday night all who shall go to their exhibition, will receive many instructive les sons, and will go away much gratified. The object for whicb they give the exhibition is a worthy one?to raise means to liquidate a small debt consequent upon their organisation. We would advise all to go. andeQcourage them? especially those who wish to see youth do well, and who take interest in their moral training. Intemperance is a great curse, and we can never begin too soon with youth, in striving to stave off its blightiog and withering influences. Lbctvbe at Columbia Hall, Ac.?Dr. 3. C. Busey lectured on Thursday evening at this popular place of resort, before quite a large and intelligent audience, bis subject being the " Marriage Divorce." Th* points elabo rated were, that marriage is a divine institu tion, and cannot justly be regarded as a civil contract, to be annulled by the will or pleas ure of either or both of the parties; that its responsibilities are of the mightiest aud ut most importance, both as to time and eternity., The Doctor enforced his views by adducing scriptural and other high authorities, and dwelt with much earnestness and beauty upon the moral qualities essential to happiness in the married state The spirit of Catholicism seemed to breathe throughout the lecture,? the doctrines and opinions enunciated by the speaker being in striking conformity to those maintained by the Catholic Church upon tbe subject. On tbe whole, the lecture was a highly creditable production, and was received with much favor by the intelligent au litory. We are glad to see the new chandliers of the Library ef the Company in a blase of glory. They add mueh to tbe appearance of that handsome apartment. We were also re joiced to hear again the sweet and command mg voices of Messrs Grennup and Bonnet', who entertained the company with some fine rmgs. Railroad Car Bbake.?We eannot at this time creeent tbe statistics of the number of lives that have been sacrificed by the travel on railroads since iheir introduction Nor would we tike to do so, even if they were in our possession, for the picture would indeed be frightful. But if, in the future, these calam itiescanbe averted, as we think they can after an examination and practical demon stration of a railroad car brake constructed by Wm Lc ugh ridge of Washington county, Md., we say that those companies who fail to adopt this new improvement, should be beld ac eeuntable hereafter to the full extent of tbe law for all damages that may occur on their road. We gave a description of this invention on Wednesday las', and we recur to it to-day after satisfying ourselves of its usefulness. All who desire to see it wonld do well to call at the Hational Hotel this afternoon, at 4 o'clock, when the inventor will be present with a model and explain its principles. Mtebs A Mapioah * Cmcns ?This splen did troupe appeared at the Nstional for the second time, last night, to a fashionable bouse, and were greeted with the most enthusiastic applause throughout their performances. The Cieful riding of M'lle Kosa delighted every y, and each night increases her populsrity The witticisms, comicalities, and songs of the three clowns kept the andience in a roar , and the beautiful athletio sports of King snd Le ?m were truly surprising We advise our eitisens to go and see this cspital equestrian troupe. ?? The Ball Game Escape ?In justice to Ofioer Kimball, we are glad to be able to say, that after be heard of the escape of Irwin and Howard, he went immediately in pursuit of them, and followed tbem to Bladensburg Mr K. says he thinks he would have arrested both of them, if he bad not been knocked in the head by a man named Suit. Mr. Kimball and his friend were the securities for the ap pearance of the prisoners at the next term of the criminal court; and we regret such active and useful officers should be victimixsd in this way by pickpockets or their pimps. Fibb at Roc* Cekek Focsdebt?Abrbst or tbb Supposed Ieceediarv.?About eight o'c'.ock, last uight, Rock Creek Foundery, owned by J L Cathcarr, and occupied by Weed A Smallwood was discovered to be on Are. Tbe firemen were promptly on the spot, and succeeded in saving a considerable poTtiou 0f the building and materials. Circumstances led Offioer Hurly to saspect that tbe place bad been fired by an ineendiary, and that William King, who bad formerly worked there, was the person. He obtained a warrant and went to K ag's house and arrested him after a bard strangle, in which the officer's clothing was much torn King was taken before a ja*ice of the peace, and, efter an examination, was fully committed for trial at the next term of the Crintinal Court RewDrisa ?A number of young msn living in the Sixth and Seventh Wards, who for years have eouducted themselves with propriety, have jast begun to engage in rowdy worha stening house-, assaulting females, and creat ing riots wherever they can Last night, a number of persons were assaulted by them, end will not prosecute them on account of their respectable connections The earliest way to prevent this conduct is to break tbeir bottles A Paerxsr ?On behalf of all the good look ing bachelors, not omitting ourself, who prom nade at the Fair, we have to enter our protest against the declaration made there yesterday by a very interesting young lady, who, after having had her name wrote by Mr W. A. Riehard-oa in his best style, remarked that it looked to beautiful that she would never have it ekaHged Fatal Accidest ?Edward Long, a worthy isd very promising youth of twenty in the employment of Mr Wen Brown of the First Ward, was killed yes'erday at the railroed depot, by being jammed in between the oars He want there for a load of oys'er*. He was takaa to 'he ioflxmary, and died in ao hour after arriving there. Tii* M*t*o*olita* Tax*.?Yesterday, the ehildren of several primarv sehools visited the Fair, and appeared to enjoy t hemeelves very much during their stay. In the evening, there wae another fall attendance, and the playing of the band, and the excellent sing ing of some young ladies, aocompanied by the piaao ferte, gate a oheerful appearance to the whole aeene. ? . Distinguishcd Aechitect Da ad.?Robert Mills, generally known throughout the coun try as an architect of great merit, died thic morning, at seven o'clock, at hia reaideno" on Capitol liill. The Treaaury Department, Post Office, and Patent Offioe buildings are monu menta of hta akill and taste, aa Is alao the Washington Monument. Gone to Baltimore.~~Jno. Lapine. who waa arrested a few daya ainoe and oommtted to the jail of this county, haa been taken to Bal timore *o answer for offences with which ho is oharged in that city The sheriff of that ocunty deputised Officer Keeae to act for hia in the removal of the priaoner. Dismissed?The young man, who waa ar rested on suspicion of purloining a wallet from Mr. J. Anderson, after an ^examination yesterday before Justice Clark, was, for want of evidence, discharged by that magistrate. Tub Markets.?The stands and benches in the oentre market were all filled this morning, and customers were Tery numerous. The J>rioes are about the same as we have hereto ore quoted. ?? Game ?We notice that many of our yourg men who are out of employment at present, are amosiug themselves with dog and gun. We are told that game is quite abundant, and not confined to any particular section. [CoxxmicATRD. Tbb Pia.ho Forte War at the Mechanics' Institute Fair.?Editors : Perhaps the most exciting, and at the same time indec* orous controversy upon the subject of compe tition in the Fair, is that in the musical de partment, wherein, among other instruments upon which judgment is to be pronounced, the piaao fortes are of the first importance. The depositors of these instruments yesterday sent a remonstrance to the Committee of Man agement disapproving of the competency of tboae appointed to give opiniona upon ao im portant a subject. 1 be result is that some trifling change has been made in the Com mittee; but unless fair and equitable arrange ment is made, and fully competent and untn. t*rest*d persons are seleoted to fill all the posts of judges of piano fortes, the depositors will at once withdraw their instruments. Aa it is, private interest is too strongly at work to leave a doubt as to where the premi um will be awarded But let the authorities beware how they trifle with the public, by hasardingJudgments announced by interested parties.^ it ia not the piano that makea the mo?t noiae that ia the beat instrument. In conclusion, let me inform the manage ment that there ia one in thiacity whose opin ion is worth more than perhaps that of any person in the country : and the muaieal com munity will invite his judgment in spite of all authoriUtive committees. Trusting you will find a aorner for this com munication in your paper, as it is of material importance to the honor and integrity of more than one that I give the above hints. I have the honor to be, your obedient ser vant, Musicus. March 2. ? Watch Riturib.?There were no oases for trial in the guard-hi,uae this morning. There were ten lodgers in last night, who took their departure this morning." Washington, March 2, 1855. To V. Ellis, Esq., Editor of the Americin Organ: Dear Sir : I heard that a recent number of I your paper contains a list of the names of cer tain clerks employed in the Department tf I State, some of whom are alleged to be of for l eign birth and all Roman Catholics. In this list I understand that my name appears As I am very firmly of opinion that a man's religion, or place of nativity (just oonsidei, sir, for a moment? That, by the simple accident of birtli, i'ou might have teenbigb priest to Mumbo Jumbo!) have in reality as little to do, as the color of | his hair or eyes, with his fitness for official position. It seems hardly worth while for me I to deny that I am either a foreigner or a Roman Catholic. And yet, just as I would deem it j important (merely for truth's sake) to contra dict the statement, if any body should be fool ish enough to publish it, that I had the mea sles, or that I waa very rieh, er anything else as unlikely and unimportant?*'eo do I answer you." I am, then, neither a foreigner (unleaa my having been born in the State of New Jersey makes me one) nor a Roman Catholic In re gard to the latter question, I may add. with truth, that my anoeatral tree has never borrn fruit of that description. A oertain " colony of pinched fanatics " whose bones moulder in the soil in which its roots were planted, I sus pect had sometbicg to do with the indication of its branches And yet, sir, though I im no Roman Catholio? Dolls I can see in Virgin-like array, Not for a quarrel with the idols hanker, Like crazy Quixitte at the* puppet n play,? II their 'offence is rank,' should mine Ixi rancour? Yours, very trulv, R. S. Chilton eiOZftXTOWV COBRESFOHDKICt. Ft a? Impro cements?Funeral?Prtachi ?g? Moderation of the Weather?Fir$, tyc Georqbtowh, March 3,1855. On passing al?ng Bridge street some deyi since, we were induced to go in and examine the improvement of Mr. R. S. T. Cissel, apoth ecary, on the corner of Congress street. The building has been considerably enlarged by extending it back twenty feet on Congress street, and placing upon it an additional story; the first floor divided into two apartments, petitioned eff with stained glass and mirrors; the room franting on Bridge street is intended for a general drug business and soda water establishment; and the room fronting on Con gress street exclusively for a prescription room. There is a night bell attached to every door, and every thing conneoted with the in ternal arrangement, is fitted up in the most admirable manner. We do not exaggerate when we say it is one among the handsomest establishments of the kind in the country The second story is occupied as offices, and every room is supplied wi'h gas, and water from a large reservoir on the roof of the build ing. The brick work was done bv Mr. Jones, of your oity, and the carpentering by Wm. Morael, of your city, and Wingate, of oura Tbe store was fitted up under the direotion of Mr. Thos Cissel. tbe painting by Messrs. W. fl. Godey, Jas Goddard and John Fowler, nnd the upholstering by Mr. C H. Rodier. The establishment is an ornament to Bridge street, and the workmanship reflects credit on thoee who executed it The funeral of Mrs Donoghue, a vary esti mable lady of our elty, took plaea yesterday morning, at 10 o'clook, from Trinity church. Every portion of the spacious bailding was crowded by sympathising friends of the fami ly. The Rev. Mr Lynch, Vice President of tieorgeutwn College, delivered a very solsmn enl impressive funeral disoourse. The Rev. Dr. Stanton will preach in the Market street Presbvtarian Chapel, at 11 o'clock to-morrow morning. The publio are invited to attend. The steamer Union broke a track through the ice yeetarday afternoon, and towed to our wharves the packet brig Ann Elisabeth, of Mr. Grimee's line of Boeton peokets, and the Salem left this moraing with the schooner Fulton, Capt. Small, in tow, bound for New buryport The sohooner A. V. Bedell, of Peter Berry's line, is hourly expeeted from Mew Ye*k. Tbe weather hes considerably moderated, and hope? are entertained that navigation upon our oanal and river will be open again in a few days. . AB ,, . A flro oocurred last night, about 8 o cloox, in the blacksmith-shop attached to the Rook Creek foundery. It was extinguished without any further damage being done than the burning of the roof of the nop No ehanfe ia the market. 8rac?ator rr-^tm. ?ootlakivb oautaavmo iiman bit, U""/ TKM Th?r* ere tew tlilrnr* wWcb effort u rr**ter Uieo timing <!? wn to writ* * notice of the celebrated Hoof lend MrmtD UUtert, Ixcm* we ere fullj comcIohi we ?re coDferrli.* ? pnbllc benefit, end oar bwrt tell* n? thet by our notice* tunny hev* be?n irducwl to tike these Bluer*, end k?*o re*c?*d from deetb by df*p?p*t*, IIvw complelnt, to., for the core of rtl'Ji It la certeln It I* pr*f>*red and ?old only by Dr. OL It. JACKSON, at Uk* 0?i tuan Medio! oe Store, lTo. 1J* Arch *tr**t, Philadelphia Sm advertisement mar I?Jra (K^SirRA Till t'rmidabl* dleea??, which aoania J?' ee?~m? to b?fll? tlie aklll of phraiclaM, yield* llkemejlc to OARTKB'R SPANISH MIXT1RK. Mr. P. Hoyden, formerly of the Antor Henee. New York, and late proprietor of the Kiclienge Hotal, Richmond, V?., la one of tba hundred* wl.o here b*en c?re1 of itrirn K(0 raljia. by CARTER'S SPANISH MIXll'RK. Sinca bU ctire be baa recwookeQded It to nnmber* of oth ?rn, who were eufferlng with nearly every ftirm of dlee???\ with the moat wonderfal aucceaa. He ?ay* it I* the moat ettraordlnary medicln* be haa erer aeuu u?e?l, ai?d the l?e*t parifler known *a*S?ea<lvertia?iueDt In another column. T~r?A CARD TO THE LADIES.-UOOD SfcWS FOK THE ^ SICK. or nrroNco's golden monthi/t "ills, the h*?t end inoei infallible remedy e*-r dieC^ered for re lieving and curing all ptlnfnl, diitreeeltg, and dlfflrult men ?trnatioa, and removing all periodical ? but ruction*. acd Ir regularities ar.iing frcm whatever cauM. Tlieee Pilli arc a complete TRIUMPH IN MEDICAI. PCtKNCE They are prepared by a prnrees wh'-h cfincentratew the IngreUienu into a tmall hulk, thue re?<'*>rliig It nnnaceeaarr for delloste feoialet to take large <iow* of ueus?ou* drug*. Or. I>nponco> Pill* are the rssliit ofovr THIRTY TEARS' EXPKRIENOE In the treatment tif the dloeaae* of female*.? They l?e?e been advaitleed for a little over on* year, yet SEVERAL THOUSAND BOX Its have already beeu a?dd, and the demand for tbain rapidly In creaeee wherever they become known. Tliey have bean thoroughly tried In Washington, and found to art like a charm. Sold by all Orugglata in Washington, Georgetown and Al exandria, Va. mar 1?eolrn* THE POITRY OP PHYSIC.?AVBB'8 MLI-*, glide u?' eugar-eltod, over the palate, but their energy, although wrapped up. In there, and telle with giant force on the very foundation* of dlaeaae. There are thousand* of sufferers, who would not wear their distemper* If they knew tbey ?onld ha cured for M cent*. Try Ayer's Pill* and yon will know K. Purify tlia blood and dlaeaae will be atarvad <it?t. Cleauaa the eyetem from Impurities and you are cored al ready. Take tlii* best of all Purgatlvea, and Scrofula, IndlgeMlou, Weaknaea, Haadarba, Backache, Side Ache, Jaundice, Rheu matism, derangement* of ihe Liver, Kidney*, and Bowels, all derangement* end all diseases which a pnrg?tlv? remedy can reach, fly before them like darkness before tlie Sun. Reader, if yr>n are suffering from any of tha numeroua complaint* they cure -sutler no more?the remedy has been provided for you, and It I* criminal to neglect it. Tliet Ayer'* Oierry Pectoral I* the be*t medicine for a Cough, Is known to tlie whole world, and that Ayer'a Pill* are ih? beat of *11 P lis, 1* known to thoae whe have used them. Prepared by DR. J, 0. AYER, Lowell, M***., -And aold by Z. D. OILMAN, Washington. 0. M. LINTHICUM, Oaergetown. JAM. COOK A CO., Fredericksburg, and by all Druggist* ?varywhere. fab 17?eoSm PR KM IU MS AT THE PAIRS.?WHITKHU RST 8 atlll in the ascendauoe ?The Jurlea of each of tha late fairs at Baltimore, Richmond, and New York awanled their higheat premiums to J. H. W. for their superiority of Pbo togrsphs, Stereoscope* and Daguerreotypes exhibited. Mr. W. aleo received two Medals at the World's Pair, Lon don, and a premium at Crystal Palace, New York. Also, th* Oral awarda of the Maryland luatltnte for three year* past. Whlteliurst'* Oallery In this cHy I* on Pa. avenue, betw 4H and ?th *treeta. fob 17 ?V?p- READY MADB CLOTHING FOR GENTLEMEN AND ^ Yontli*' wear manufactured with taste and elegance by NOAH WALKER A CO., under Brown*' Hotel. Tbelr stoek embrace the Palltot or Surtout Overcoat, Overaack*, shaped and ueslagee; Talmaa, black and blue Cloth Dree* Coat*. Prock Coats of all fashionable color*. Caeslmcr, Busluer Sultea, i^cb Velvet VeeU, Silk*, Ac., black doeakln Casslmef, tVnred Oanelmer, and plain Oaiselmer Pautaloon*. For the youth?Jacket*. Pauta, Vesta, Uvercoau, Ac. A* they *rr their own manufacturers they are enabled and will sell at the very lowest price*. Shlrta of inperlcr lit, Collars, Glove*, Tlea, Ac., of late style* always on hand. dec JO? ITJh Saita.i?eTO* receive* all the new Book* and News neper* a* f**t a* published. Hs I* ageat for Harper** and all ihe other Magailnea, and oar reader* will always flud " -,la?Boor *? - large and good aaeortment of BlaflfcBook* and Stationary at hla Bookstore, Odaon Building, cor Pa. avenue and at. I1AHR1KD. fin the let inst., hv the Rev. John (*. Smith, Mr. JOHN T. EDI) to Mim M ARY E. HAMADINGEK, both of Ale??n?1ri?. UIKD. A? 7i/< n'rloek, this morning, Ihe 3<I inst., ROB ERT MILLS, Architect, of South Carolina. (5^ Hi* liMierel, to which the friends of the fami ly are enpecttully invited, will take place to-nor row (Sunday) at :< o'clock p. m, frum his late resi d'-uce, No 5.VJ New Jersey avenue, corner of B st couth. f?u the id ui?iaiii. JOSEPH DOUGHERTY, foi many year* a resident of Baltimore. {- tin funeral will take place thi* afternoon, at 3 o'clock, from No. 68 Missouri avenue. On the 2d instant, Mrs. ANN C., wife of W. N. Ball. {07* The frienes ot the family are invited to nt tend her funeral :o morrow (Sunday) afternoon from the K aire? t Baptist ('liur< h On th? l?t instant, MATHKVV CALBRAITH, dor of Liem. Mathew C. and Harriet Elizabeth Per OS :!J[ed 8 months. <Jn the 1st instant, Mrs. MARDEL1NA B , wife of Henry M. Pamhuntl, ajed 94 years. G. II. VARNELL &. J. W. MANKINS, Honit) Sign and Ornamental Palnt ara, Louuriana avenue, het. 6/A and 1th it*., Next door c.-wt ot the Yarnum Buildings. THE sub*cril>er* have aseociated to??*ilior to car ry on the HOUSE. SlfJN & ORNAMENTAL PAINTING in all ih varicu-t braticbes, nnd will i he thankful to the public and their friends for all fa vors in their line of bueincM, determininc on their pait to use every exertion to give general satirise tion. All jthhini at glazing or painting promptly attend ed to at moderate prices. Give us a trial. mar 1?5'.* STEAMER GEORGE PAGE In connaetion with the Orange land Alexandria Railroad leave* her slip, foot of 7th (strev', every morning at 6 o'clk a. m., f>>r Staunton, Charlottesville, and intermedi at> stations, connecting at Maaadsaji Junction, for Winchester, Strashurg, ?tc. Breakfa.t on the boat. Ravage Master-* accompany the passenger" from Washington through. Baggage cheeked ?n the boat. E. A. RYTHEB, Capt. mar 1?3t* EXCELSIOR 18 OUR MOTTO. \\J E have jn?t received a frrih lot of PRl'NES, W FIGS. ORANGES, LEMONS, &c. Also, a ( of SARDINES, put up in superior stjle Give us a call and judge for yourselvea Don't forget the No ,490 Seventh street, oppo. Odd Fellows' Hall. N. B. Ball-, Partlrs, and Families supplied on the most reasonable and batiafactory terms, at the xliort ost notice. RYDER * PLANT. mar I?lni CLOCK!, CLOCKS) CLOCK! I?If you want a good Clock, warrant- d to keep time, call at the store of J. ROBINSON, 349 Pa. ave., oppo. Browns' Hotel. leb 28?dim For sale?a very fine saddle and Buggy HORSE. The horse is younr. g-ntle and aouud, and of fine stock ; would make either a very fine carriage horse, or a very plea-ant riding norse. Also, for sale an excellent work herae, perfectly sound. Apply to No. 43 Dunbarton ft., Georget'n. tuarl?iawif HATS, HATS, HATS!?We have jus; received a lar^e and fashionable assortment of gent's travelling Hats and Caps, which we offer for Nale. at extremely low prices, at the Temple ot Fashion. BUTT fc. HOPKINS'S, Corner 6th st and Pa. avenue, Between Browns' and National Hotels, mar 1?eu3w SPRING 9TYL.10 OK UBNT8 Drcia Hats for 1855 will this day be introiuced, which for beauty, -ityle, and finish arc nnsur- /? passed. Also, the |?atentr.d corrugated brim Hat, at the Temple uf Fashion. BUTT k HOPKINS'S, Corner Sizth st. and Pa avenue, Between Browus' and Nat onal Hotels, mar 1?eo w RKHCH NORKIIO GOWRl, Cash mere, Velvet, Merino, just opened this day at BUTT k HOPKINS'S, Corner 6th st. and Pa. avenue, Between Browns' and National Hotels, mar 1?eo2w STEWART'S SKYLIGHT DAGUERREAN Rooms, over Gall'a Jewelry Store, Pa. avenue, is where the public can have splendid Pictures taken at more reasonable prices than at any other room in the city. Call earl v. Satisfaction always given, feb 28 -eo3t* ALL 8TRASIGSRI visi ing the City Should see Huuter's Cat i'loo. His Description of Powell's great Picture i:logue of the curiosities of the Patent office, t'eb 23?lm* STRAWBERRY PLANTS, RASPBERRY, AND Red Currants, of the best and choicest varieties in cull vatiou, comprising Al.ce Mode, Hovey Seed ling, British Uuet:n, large Early Scarlet, EUcton Pine, and many other kinds of Strawberries. For tale by JOHN O. HUGHES, at Gruen Valley Nur sery, Alexandria ct?, Va. Apply at the Drug Store of Charlea Stntt, Esq., corner ot Pa. avenue and Seventh street. feb??4t* I A AAA SACKS FINE It COARSE LIV 1 U. LHJU ERPOOL SALT, filled ten to the tou, in ?lore and for at very low prices by POWLE It CO., ftb 2i?illw Alexandria, Va. i&fntlNe HOUSE OFPA PRO ft H0UB8K. Ojrporite United States Treantry. BONDS, Stocks and oth^r securities purchased and sold. iiitere?t at the rate of sis per cent per annum ul lowed on deposits when ferft lor 90 days or longer. For Pale and Hent For revt two parlors, each con nected with bedroom, now occupied by mem bers of Congress. Each ro"m is well furnished and desirable and comfortable for the spring and MBU mer season. T< rnu moderate. Apply wn the prem ises, opt-o*ite WUlards' Hotel, Penna pvi nue No. #15. TH. FRIEBUS. mar 3?3t* FURNISHED HOUSE TOR RENT?That*c.??n modious House, No. 490 H street; containing eleven rooms, with hath room, (u fixtures, kc., complete!* ftirnished in every particular, in for rem. Apply to N. M. McGREGOR, Furniture Dealer, 7tki street. feb 93? tf FURNISHED HOUSE FOR KENT.?The sub scriber will rent his house with the Fur ii*ure, and the stable, to a enreful and punctual tenant No. 405 Thirteenth street, letwecn G and H. It may be examined and the terms ascertained at the house. For sale, a Horse and Carriage. feb 22?tf CHA8. DUMMER. T^OR RENT OR EXCHANGE?For Georgetown Ij or City Property, a small and well cultivated Farm in Fairfax county, Va. Enquire of J. OK.ME, comcr of Hridgc and Congress sts., No. 87. feb 6- *f T?OR RENT OR SALE ON REASONABLE r TERMS? A two-ro y frame Honae, with back batlding, containing hi room*, on 13*4 street, between B and C atreet." south. Apply to C. A. DOUGHERTY, next door. A three-?tory Frame, with basement, on N. York avenue, between 4th and 5th sts. west. A throe-*tory Frame, with back building, on I ut. oorth, between 4th and 5th sts. west. Apply for the two la* mentioned to JAME* XV. BARKER, on H atreet north, oetween 12th and 13ih ata. went. Also a two-atoiy Frame, with back building, on Montgomery atreet, Gfonretown. DICKSON & KING, feb 7?eotf Georgetown. HOMES FOR ALL.?Beautifully and healthily located Buildiug Lots, 24 fett (Vont by 130 feet deep, ou graded atrceta, can, i*itil spring, be boiicht at the exceeding low price ol $75, payable $3 per month Title indisputable. Union Land Office, 7th at., above Odd Fellowa* II.iH. jan 9?6tn JOHN FOX, Secretary. Wants. WANTED?A STEADY CAPABLE MAN TO take care of and drive horses. Al-o, a man to milk ami work in a dairy, and a man who underhand* general farm work. r*uch aa can be wcil recommended may apply at the Locust Hill Farm, on 7ih atreet road, near first toll gate, inar 4?3t* WANTED?A SITUATION HY A WHITE Woman, who has come from New Hamp sbire, as cook or housekeeper. She is capable of doing all kinds of work. The b?rst reference can he givm. Apply at No. 345 Sixth at. bet. H sad I. mar 3?It* ANTED-A WOMAN SERVANT to Cook, wash and iron in a privat? family. Good ref erence required. Enquire at 318 I atreet, corner of Fifteenth. inar 3 It* fr 1 Afin WANTED.?WANTED TO BOR W ll/vr" row fifteen or aixtecn hundred dollars to be secured by a rteed of trust on real estate worth ,0j0, the lnteres* to be paid quarterly. Apply to RICHARD P. JACKSON, No. 155 Bridge street, Georgetown. mar 3 - 3t* ANTED?TO HIRE FOR ONE YEAR, A IK use, in good repair, containing not less than 8 rooms, including a kitchen, to be located be tween the Capitol and Navy Yard, (or which a lib end rent will be paid. Enquire of H. HUNT, at the Navy Yard. inar 1 ?3t* A'MIDDLE""AGED LADY, HIGHLY RK-iPKT able, wishes to encage with a family going out to California. She would take carc of an invalid l.idy, or take charge of chilcren on the passage, would remain with the family on their arrival, if re qnired. The best of recommendations can h?- fiven Pleas* address ??California," Evening Star office, mar 1?3t" ANTED?AT THE MANSION HOUSE"in Alexandriti, Va., a llcid Waiter. To one well qualified good wages will be given. feb?-4t* AO.NEWTON. W Boarding. BOAROI.NO.?A lady bavins taken tbo hnnd some Dwelling, No 3, Unim Row, on F street, between 6ih and 7ih, can offer fine large rooms for families, either tarnished or unfurnished Also, has rooms for gen'lemen nitioh larger than are generally appropriated to single persons. Table boarders and permanent or transient per sons will be accommodated on the most ren-vmable terms feb 21? 2w TO THE LADIES. SPLENDID RAFFLED. ?1 WORTH OF ELEGANT CHAN <tu>l j?Jl7V/tilly, Brussels, Alencon, Valencennes, and Point Laces will be raffled as soon as I lie re quired number of chances will have been taken There are 1,500 numbers, of which 500 only remain to be purchased- The chances are .51 each. These costly articles are nt Madame DELARUE'S, forex hiT.itTon, where the tickets catt be obtained. Mmc. Delarue would also solicit the attention of the ladies to n magnificent arjortrrent of fine Em broideries and Laces, conristing of Collars, Sleeves, Rochalles, Veils, Set*, Handle -rclnefs, Shawls, kc. All of the above articles will be opened and ready for wile on th*V8th in*tant. 938 Pa. avenuet bet. 12th and I Ml streets, feb 98?Iw* 'PO MEMBERS OF CONGRESS k OTHERS. I SILVER SPOONS, FORKS, kc.?M. VV. QALT k BRO. invi e special attention to their stock of pure Silver Table, Dessert, and Tea Spoons and Forks, Ladles, Butter Knives, and all other ar ticles of pure Silver Ware, which is largsrand inore varied than ever offered to their customers. M. W. GALT k BRO., 394 Pa. aveuue betw. 9th and 10th sts. feb 23?tf SILVERWARE. AVERY pretty assortment of Silver Coffee Sets, Pitchers, Goblets, Cup*, Creams, and all kinds of Spoons and Forks, and a variety of Fancy Silver ware, suitable for presents, viz: Soup and Oyster Ladles, Crumb 8crapers, fish, pie and cake Knives, Cream and Sugar Spoons, etc., is offered at low pti ces, and warranted sterling. H. SEMKEN, No. 330 Pa. avenue, bet. 9th and 10th ?is. jan 19 COME LEARN YODR FATE. MRS. GRORGK, late of England, wishes to inform the ladies ami gentlemen of Wa.-hin:: ton and Georgetown that she can be seen and con. suited on the past, present and future events, at the late residence, No 84 F street, between 21st and 2&I streets, First Ward, oppodtc the Observatory. Her name is on the door. Hours from 9 a 111 to 8 o'clock p m. Ladies 25?Gentlemen 50 cents. feb 2ft? 1 m* wmmSP 1 TOBIAS I OFFICE No. 51/1 Seventh street, three doors from Odd Fellows' Hall. SPECTACLES and GLASSES suited to every sight, 011 a true and sci entific principle Sec circulars, to be had at the office. feb 28?lm* DC A FNKSB CURED.?The folkming~is taken from Scott's Weekly: DEAFNESS.? We understand that the success which has followed the use of SCARPA'S ACOUS TIC OIL, in cases of Deafness, has been astonish ing, thousands of persons 1 aving been cured, whose cases were considered hopeless. The calls for this medicine are from all parts ol the country, it being, we believe, the only article before the |<ubli<; for the cure of that distressing disease. Be particular and buy of Z. D. G1LMAN, Wash ingtou, D. C., ami S S. HANCE, Baltimore, Md.,aa there is a counterfeit article iu the market, feb 28?Tim PROSPERI'S CORNET BAND NO. 1. MR. FREDERICK PROSPER1 begs leave to in form bis friends and former patrons that this band has been fully re-organized and ia now under his direction, and he is fully prepared w th a band of the most Scientific Musicians in tbe citv, to fur nish music for Balls, Parties, Parades, Pic Nics, Ex cursions, kc., at the shortest notice possible, by ap plying to FREDERICK. PROSPERI, Leader,CIIA?. PBOSPERI, Conductor; HILBUS k HITZ'S Mu sic Depot, or at PETER TALTAVUL'S, opposite the Garrison, Garrison street, Navy Yard, feb 19?3m* . WATCH K 9 AND JK WICLRY.-I have on band a rood supply of fine A WATCHES and JEWELRY which sold very cheap to suit the times. < vrr Watches as low as $25, warn ? keep good time. Call and see for yourselves at the store of J. ROBINSON, 340 Pa. ave., oppo. Browns' Hotel, feb 28?dim WK1.RV.-I ly of fine eh will be Gold Le- .E J. ranted to^?-^* PEWS. ,F<1R SALK OR RENT ?A few very de sirable Pews in Trinity Church, 3d street, will be fold or rented For terms apply to Mr. D. W. M.ddleton. Capitol H'n? W to TOED KOONES, feb 2S?It^8* 3 **th>! ^aVjr Office. C^ITlZCNt dt ITRA NO ICRS in starch J of Fancy Notions or Toys, suitable for presents w*|'a fteat variety and v.;ry eh-sap. i? feb LAMMONP'S, 7 th ?i. Auction Balaa By ouil * SCOTT AaetltBtm. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF STORE FIXTURES, Ac.-Oti TUESDAY. tb? 6U1 initut, 1 ?bill ?ell, by ftitw ot i deed of tru-t, at the store lately occupied by Mr. John Higgles, on 7th, near corner of D streets, at 4 o'clock p ut, all tbe natures oi the esubli*bm? nt, vi*: 4 Counter*, 1 Cutting Board 1 Fn neb plata Mirror. 1 Wire Frame t Stove, lot Gas Fiitures, 1 Glass Ca?a 1 Desk and Shelving, 1 Awning. Terms cash 1. R. l?ALE, Tru?tee. Alto, lmmediately after the pale of ibe above. *e ohall about two hundred dollar# worth of Mercham Tailcr's G<iods. Terms ensh. UBF.CN A SCOTT, mar 3?d Aactioneers. By J. C HeGUlIlB. A me tl Extensive sale of genuine import ed Havana Cigars of choice aad various Brand* On TUESDAY morning, March 6th, at 10 o'clock, on the >rc?ml floor of my Auction Rooms, I ?h I' : ael', with >ut re?erve, alx*ut 80.000 choice llavan i Cigar-, compri-ing tlie fo'lowmg biands: La E?panola, Ci indrados Regalias, Nebaga* Figaro'i*, Espai tolas La Ycneeiana, NtcoUnas Operas, Flor de Cabana* Londres, choice Kiiijih ipada*. be. ranung in cost from $16 to #84 per .M. and will be sold in lot* to accommodate tha trade, a# wrII a* fbr private ii9c ; they will be ;ound in the bent condi tion. Samples may be had on the morning of sale. Term*: $50 and under cash ; over that sua a credit of 60 and 90 days, for notes satisfactorily en dorsed, bearing interest. JAMES C. McQUIRE, mar 3?d Auctioneer. By J. C. HcOCIRK, AucllanMr. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF STOCK h. FIXTURES of a Merchant Tailor.?On MONDAY, March 12th, at 10 o'clock, at the More on the caM side of 4^|^tre?t, two doors noilh of Fa. avenue, I shall [ sett, by virtue of a df,-d of trust dated February 7, 1855, and duly recorded among the land record* <1 Washington county, all tbe stock in trade aud fix Hires, comprising ? Blue, black, olive, green, and brown (Tloths Double and single milled plain and fancy Cassi mercs Silk, satin, cloth, Marseilles and Casstmere Vert ings Sewing Silk, Thread, Buttons. Cord. Binding Satin faced luting Silk, Brown Holland Paddnn Canton Flannel, Canvass, Cotton Silesia, Alpaca, Wadding, he. ALSO? One large French, plate Minor, size of plate 72 by 50 inches Two French p ate Pier Mass-os Cutting and Show Counters, Side Counters Shelves and Drawers,Show Hacks Clock, stive. Chairs, Tables, he. Terms: $3u and under cash: over that sum a credit of 30, t>0, and '.*) days, for note* satisfactorily endorsed, bearing interest. JNt>. C. KENNEDY.Trustee. JAS. C. McGUIRE, mar 2?d Auctioneer. By J* C. McOVlRK, Aactloaaer. A PORTION OF LAW LIBRARY At Auction ? Will be sold by J. C. McGuirc, comer of lOtli and I) streets, on March 5'h. at 1U o'clock, a valu able and rare collcction of old English Law Books. For catalogues apply at the Auction Rooms. inar I?3t By J. C. NcGlIIRKi Auetlonttr. Excellent furniture &. household Effect* at Public Auction.?On MONDAY morning, March 5?h, at 10 o'clock, at the huildiBK on the wiuth side of F street, near 9th, (wcciipicd by a number of Senator) I shall sell all their excel lent Furniture and Effe ts, comprising Suite of handsomely carved Walnut Parlor Furni ture, consisting of pair of French Sofas, pair of large Arm Chain an<i6 parlor Cha rs Rose woo l marWe top Beaufet Do do Centre Table Large French flate Mirror, Table and S?ab Six ru*h seat Re eption Chair-1, Easy Chair Walnut Card Table* Mahogany Centre Tables Excellent Parlor and Chamber Carpets VvnitUn Stair aad Ha'l Carpets, Oilcloth Maherany llai rack, Ball Table and Chats Five Suit' s of Walnut Chamber Furniture, coinpri sing niarb e top Dressing Bureau, m?rhl? top Washs.and-*, .C?*3S*' Bedsteads, Cane-?eat Chairs, and Towel R.-ck Best curled hair Mattresses, husk do. Superior Bolsters and Pillows Ma>aeil:cs Uuilts, fine lll.inket*. Comforts Sprinjr seat Lounges, Writing Tables Servants' Bedsteads, >1 <ttresses and Beddi'tg Superior Walnut Extension Dining Table Walnut Sideboard, Side Tables Dining Chair*, Clock, Fiie Irons Excellent Refrigerator, round dining Table Silver plated Castors, t'poon- and Forks | Superior Table rutlery. Waiter* | French and Stone China Dinner, Tea and Coffee Service Cut glass Decanters, Winss, CluuPpagnts, Tuab lent, Lemonades, lie. Fine Damask Table and Bed Linen j Glinting Dishes. Meat Sate Superior Cook Stive and Fixinres Together with a Urge assormentof excellent kitch en Utensils Terms : and under rash; over that sum a credit of 60 and 9J days, lor notes satisfactorily en dorstd, bearing inten>t. JAS. C. McGCIREj feb97?d Auctioneer. By K. S. WRIGHT, Anstlsnecr, G?org?towu. Dry goods at auction.?the sale of D:v Goods at St>re No. 140 Bridge Mrtet. Geoigetown, having been post pot ed mi account ot trie inclement weather, will be le.-uineJ on MON DAY ne\t, 5tli March, at 10 o'clock a m., 'if fair; it'not, the next fair fay) and the whole stock cl<wed | out without resrrve. consisting of? Ilress Good" ot' all kindr, Hosiery I,aces, Swi.-s Edgings and ln??rtings Cambrics, French Worktd Collars Irish Linens, Kid Gloves Bombazines, Alpacas, Dre.^s Silks, dotted Swis Muslins, he. Blank?N, Cloths, Suiiinier Wrnr Ri>bon? and Ginghams, Shawls, Hdkts, h?*. The attention of the ladies is particularly request ed, a-* the goodt* will be sold in lots to suit, and every article sold without icg&rd to cost. Terms at sale. M. L. WILLIAMS. E. S. WRIGHT, fcb 97?d Auctioneer. By J. C. JHcfll'IKK, AurllssfC. HANDSOME OIL PAINTINGS at rubiic Auc tion.? On TUESDAY afternoon. March 6, at 1 o'clock, at my Auction Rooms, I shall i?srll. with out reserve, twenty-four handsome Oil Paintings, in fi>ie gilt irstnes. Terms cadi. JAS. C. McGUIRE. mar 9?d Auctioneer. By J. C. ??GVlRKa Ataet toneer. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF HOUSE AND LOT.? On THURSDAY afternoon, March 1st, lto5, at 4 o'clock, on the piemises, by virtue of a deed ot trust to the subscriber, b annj date the 14tii May, 185*2, and duly recorded in Libtr J. A. S., No. 40, folio* 438, 4J9, and 440, one of the land records fru Washington county, I ihall sell the north half oi Lot No 19, in Square *i93, fronung "23 feet 4 inche* on 12th street west, between north C and D streets, running back 100 feel to a wide alley, with improve ments, con.-isting of a substantial brick dwcflin| house. Terms: One third cash; the residue in si* and twelvemonths, with interest, secured by a deed of trust on the premises. NICHOLAS CALLAN. Trustee. JAS. C. McGUIRIT, fsb 12?eohds Auctioneer. The above sale la pos?po?od until WEDNESDAY, March Tih. same hour. NICHOLAS CALLAN, Trustee. feb'JB JAS. C. McGUIRE. Auct'r. PALMER S PATENT LEG. THIS AMERICAN INVENTION stands uurivallcd both in thiseountiy andinEarope. Iti* worn by l,0lK) persons, and with mo?t astonishing meccss. lu competition with 30 other substitutes of the best trench, English, and German manufacture, it received the award of the sacAT aaoAL at tbe Wosld's Exhibi tion in London, as the best artificial limb known. In this country it b*s been I thirty times exhibited, in competition I with all others, at the annual Fairs in the principal cities, and,in sveiy instance, received the award of the highest or first I piemium. And as a crowning honor, by j the unanimous approval of an interna. tional council, the "First Premium"? only Silver Medal given for Lhabs?was awarded tbe inventor, at the New York Crystal Palace. Pamphlets giving full information sent ?n.lis to every applicant. B. FRANK PALMER. 375 Chesnut street, Philadelphia. feb 36 -3m FANCY GOODS, PERFUMERY, &c. Hutchinson a munro are now selling at their uew store, 310 Pa. avenue, between 9th and 10th streets, next door west ot Messrs WrU ter Harper A Co*s, the finest and cheapest &tock ot goods in the above line ? v?r offered in this city, and they cordially invite these about to pur chase to call and examine their goods and lesra their prices before buying elsewhere. Their goods are thi first quality, and were bought for cash at 98 per cent dircount an4 cat be sold so much loner. HUTCHINSON h MUNRo, fet. 93 -(< 310 P*. avenue. BAKGAIBS IB BIBROlDtRIB*, Ac-?A. TATE, No. 31ft Fa, nremiCj b^rweer lOtii and 11th streets, u now ?unuinz off the remain der of his Fal! and Winter nock of Eabroi4trit>, Ribands, Lacs*, Cap* and Fancy Notions at very rcdiicsd prices, the sto^k con.-i?tin| of mauv desira ble goods, all of which will be sold very rhejp. pie vious^iolaying in the 8pnag stock. 1 eoQt TELEGRAPHIC. bpmrijr ftr Hn tally Itilu tut Iitniin ft*d OntmiT* Fir* ia OUi Saspiukt, O., March S.?Eftrlj this port ing ft ft :e tcok plftoe in Moaroevilla, Huron county, which destroyed the entire business pftrt of the Wwa Two dwellings, u dry good" rtoree, three groceries, two boot and >hoe store*, om e'.oihi^jtore, one diag storr, the pott ottoe, and 014 Fell owe' Hell ere ie ashee. The loss it eitimeud to he over ftftj thousand dollars The causa of its origin ia tnkMVB. Mobile nd Char lee toa Iirketi Mobilc, March 2 ? Cotton- sales fot tie week, IB,POO hales; prices ere firm at former quotations bat ere tending upward , sales V dftj, 3,000 bftlee Hece'pte pt ?hie port ftie greater then for the rame left jeer bj 200 000 bftlee. Ciablsstop, March 2 ?Sales to day 1,2WI bales at 6Js9c Mow York Stock Mark t Now Yoms, Maroh 3 ? Stooks ere lm and money ie plenty; Brie Rftilroed 44|; Cleveland end Toledo Reilrond 67|; Misbigan end South ern 91; Readiag Railroad 79; Now York Cen tral 94|; Pennsylvaiit Coal Company 10?i, Canton Railroad, 24J; Virginia 6'stt?j; Mis ;oari 6'a 92 ; Cleveland, Colombo*, and Cin cioaftti, 102. Baltimore Markets Baltimore, Mareh 3 ?Flour is opward and Ann; prices erestiffer bat not quo la Wj higher. The receipts of Qrain are light Wheat is upward and Arm. Corn is apward and Arm with a slight improvement, salee of white at 87a88 ots per bushels; yellow at 89a99 cts. Mow York Markets. Kaw York, March 3 ?Cotton is Arm wi h aa upward tendency, but not qaolablj h iff be ? Flour?prices are a trifle higher then at la * quotations; sales of 4,2*0 bbls. of good Ohio for 19 12)a9 181; Southern ia Arm, with salee of 2,000 bbls. at (8 75a9.44. Wheat ia Arm with an apward tendency; ? ilea of Boathern white at $2 20a2 30 per huah. Cora is a trifle lower; sales of 21,000 bushels Weatern mixed at 90a94{. Tork is unchanged, with a modei ? ate demand at previous rates. Beef is upward and Arm. Lard is unohanged with a moderate demand Whiaky?Ohio is Arm, with salee at 33}e per gallon. The Sunday Liquor Law Sifned Hakf.isbcrg. March 1 ?The Governor has signed tho bill to prevent the sale of liquor on the Sabbeth. It will go in?<e effect ou the 1st of April. Auti Enow Nothing Movement Boston. Maroh 1 ?A meeting of the citi zen) of Salem is called for Saturday evening next, of all thoee oppoeed to aeeret po'nieal or ganixfttions. The call is signed by thee hund red ci'isens. among whom are Judge White, George Feebody, Otis P. Lord. N. J. Lord. Asahel Huntington, and other prominent wbige and democrats The Koow Nothings of New Bedford have nominftted George lluwland for meyor. 40,000 WASHINGTON CLUBSE^ARS. I A Vt happy to inform my nn;n?T'>ti^ ,u?t<micra that, <mi Thur*ii v, March Kt, I sliall rcceive tlnw vrj mi|H*nor ?'Washington Club" SEGARS?Opmap, Trabucos, Lordres, CilWradoa, ?in ? Pr n?atfo? Meaib*r< of C >n?rr?i ?nit other n?n-re?uleftt? *ho ?*l-h to siip|?ly thern**<ve* before leaving Wsih ? inglon Willi fi"?; S?-gan? at fair price*, ar?- requested to call and examine theac gooas on and aflt r that day. i h%ve als* on han 1 a choice Kit of Liquor*, Bran dies, Winw, Gins, fcc. HOWARD C. DYKR. Ta. avenue, betw. 12 h and 13.h sta. feh 26?Ot (Intel) FOR THE MECHANICS' FAIR AT WASHINGTON. kTIIE THOMAS TOLLYER WILL intake regular trips to Hie ab'<vr fair COtiuurucmg on Tuesday. February 20th Ro;i!? fare l'2l( cent* each way. Coaches wilt take p> twiw troni and to the boM. Fare 6 cent*. Leave Alexandria at 6^ P- in. Leave W a.-hingtnn 10 ?. p m HAM'L GEDNEY, Cftplain. Aletanrfriri, Va.. feb 20?d ~SPECIAL NOTICE. r|*llE i-ubscnber, a< ailiiiinirtratnr of Ihe estate of I the late John D. Hmwn, oflV;!* for nlf the ?? tensive and well selected stock of Furniture and limine rurni?*ii?e (Joodx, in wjiole or in lot?, at ap l>r.i^m?'nt price*, tor e?sh or und<?ubt?*?l pa[?%r. in-?r nf mte:rn ; aton the lea* nt the ? ml,line m which it i* con tamed, known a* "ApoM? llall.*' To persons denirnif to eiiface in t?n?io??* tin- *' fords * tine opportunity, a< the r? nt of ilie buil<1ii-/{ is mo<leiaie and tlic run o' curtoui very g kM. N. B.? All prrwwui ind^b.ed to the estate art ? am oily requent-xi to mike inioi< diau eettleaicm. b. ?ash cr nott>. <?th< rwue their account* * II to* placed lu the hand." ot coun*cl for settli ment. J AS. C. McGL'lHL, feh 27?eo6t AdM?ini?:nn r ORGANS FOR SALE. ASl.TERIOk ;ot.ed I'llAI'tL URUAN; and a rtne Roeewood PARLCR ORGAN, both now on eihibttion at the Metropolitan Mechanu ?' Fair. Th*v are trom the ro-'nufactorj of HEMRY ERBEN of New York. For terms, be . apply to Prof. PCHF.EL, on 14th street, nonh of F. HENRY ERBEN teb 26 - eotf IROI H ALL BOOT, SHOE, AND TRUNK ES TAB LISHM ENT. Just received and r- ceiv Wml ins large supply of l>?* t fMj quality Traveling TRUNKS ^^CARPET BAGS, kc. which' will be wXd low. _ i fhall ?II my stock of Winier BOOTS a. Sll? ?LS on hau I, which embrace every article, at r?n?U' ? d prices; and as my stock is lar-re, my custmoers and tlie pul>lic are retue^teil to call and examine. To thoae who know Oirmselves indebted to mc, I would say that I desire prntiipt aettlement for tl<,x future 1 shall rend?-r my account# mntkly - thi- s\? trm having bec? me neor*sary bectUK #? ihe chatigr of the credit system at the North. 8. P. UOOVER, feb 28?eo3' Iron Hall, I'enneylTftnia avenue. H. SKMKEN, JEWELER. So. 330 Pa. aacrtue, ietoM WA and lUfA *tre?U , Offers for sale a magnificent a?ftnrunent of DIAMOND JEWELRY, Cold Bracelets, Breastpins, Barrings, Seal tins' Wedding Kinr>, Fob and Vest Cliaius, Stala, Loch eis, Peacils. Thimble*, Tnnkeu, etc All arieles are warranted aa repr??eoied and snki nnuaually low. )*a It Gold, silver, steel a plateh spec TACLEH to suit every age and^ cje, Riding Specs, R. R. Gla-^eea, Eye Protectors, Eye Oiasaoa (4 all descnp ( tiona, Reading 0!aw<*, Goggles; ke., Parabola, Perifocal, Concave, t'onrei, and Colored iJl.ianea put ia frames at the sh-ntest i<obce. Persona hn want of glaaaea may be sure to get thoee which benefit the eye a? H. SEMKEN'S, No. 330 Pa. arenne, betw. 9Ui aad 10th ate. Jaa? ' SPECIAL NOTICE. WE earnestly request all persons indebted to u on account* rendered lat January, to cooic nxwaid ard clou: the same without further delay, as it ia a I important that the buMneea of the late rimi should be settled ap. This we reasonably ex. I ect, end man in?L-t npon without further notic< LX)LLKY a SEARS. 893 Seventh at..3 doors above Pa are. feb 97?eo6t SILVER PLATED WARE. / COMPLETE Coffee Seta, Oasiora, Oaks ?n<1 FW. Baskets, Waiters on white Table, De sert, aad Tea Spoooa and Porks, double .and trt; ? r'atej on Alb?ta\th* ^t-b-ifute mraU^jr, ??. raftted and ?old by Ih n?.i ii* > ??. Ne. 330 Pa avenue, between ntn nna MS mm. Ian 19 a'laROE LOT OF n.AX SEED )nstiT?*ieri J\ aad aaiaby^^^^ BACON a CO., ^,1). lm i>*s?r Srventk H. sa4 Pa avr PL'TNAM'd* W AGAZINfc. hr March. rmAMcK taylok M?-lf

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