Newspaper of Evening Star, April 27, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 27, 1855 Page 1
Text content (automatically generated)

THE EVENING PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) At UU Star Building, rorner F'nn?yUtmma ar*nm tt*d E'ewrik strctt, Br w. d. vr i l ii a c n i t<e anrv d k> snhecriters to the cities of Tfmli Isgtaw, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore tad P lisdeiphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, pngxM^weeJOy to the Agents. To nail subscribers the M^MapuoB price toTHRE* DOLLARS AND Pt^TY CHWTS A yrmr In mimmm, TWO DOL LARS for rtlX MONTHS, and ONB DOLLAR tor TH ABE MONTH*. QQMtotou ?onu an wrr. AN APPEAL TO COMMON SENSE LRTTHS tlCB HRAR THE TRCTH. CaFTajr Bsrjamir.?Wherever known his te^:l mony will be conclusive. But lest those who do aot know the Captain ahooLI be sceptical, Dr. Daw arm 4t Bm., with other* of the beat known and most highly respectable ciuxuu 01 Ranon, endorse hi* wander! ul cure by HAMPTON'S VBQVTAfilJI TINOTUU. r'.ASTOR Oct. 4, W61 Mmma. Mortimer f Movbrcy : Gentlemen?I feel it my duur to >*u and thr put. ?e to certify to the effects of Hamptos's Veg- tab'* Tincture I was tor more than five yeara laboring ?adsr a disease of Chronic Rheumatism. and tit* veat part of that time 1 was ao belplesa that I ha.: bo be helped from my bed and drensed In my clothe I became reduced to a m*re skeleton. All the med lotane I took done ma no K?d, and 1 continued t< vow worse I beard of liampton's Tincture *i>c thought I would giva it a trial. At tbia time 1 ditf not expect to live one day after another. I I'd i>o. Mire it (the Tincture) Ibr the Kheumatiam, but in a abort ume I was well i.f tba: dn^a?e. From int MTects of your '1 incture and the help of N*>d 1 au low getting in good health. I wish all the afflicted to try ilampton'a VegetaL.* Tinctare, aa 1 hav?* d^e, with the same effect uuu tt hu on Y oar obedient eervant, Isaac BMJajna. We ara acquainted with l?aac Benjamin, sole him aomeot Hampton *a Vegetable Tincture, and b* Acts the above atatement correct. Dawsor k Bao. Prom our knowledge of Captain Benjamin we ara confident mat the above statement in true and un ec age rated. J. A. Joaiaait, <'harlrb Rorirsor. Cal and get pamphlet* ^atls, and see dire* o* Oougfi, Bronchltia, Rheumatism, NeurrJpm, Dv? Baa, Nervousness and General VVeakue.t*. Aa a ale medicine or for delicate childien we heliev H ua^nalled. ?old by MyRTIJlRR A MOWBRAY, 140 Baftl mo*? street, Baltimore; and 304 Broadway. N. York CflAi. SitTr A Co., J. B. Moors, D. B. Clark* Clarke A Bowuns, W. Elliot, and H. McPhrr son, Washington; alao. by R. 8. P. CiasaL, George town, and C. C. Burt. Alexandria, and by Drug gxM.' ev?r? ? he ??*. |an B*?tr SU9LL dfc BOYD, BLIND MAKERS & UPHOLSTERERS. ^II-OULD re-pectfhlly inform their frienda and Yj the public generally that they ^ a r< j./ ,) at prepared to attend to all orders (he r line ol busim-a*. I Ail kinda of UPHOLSTERING aeatlv executed; such a.-?Cutting and. Maki'n? Carpets, Pitting down Matung i f m g mid Oil Cloth, Making and fitting up fc?=gi= j Bed and Window Curtains, Hair. Shuck aad other Mattresses, Pew and ? >ther !3ttE?5il Cushions, Spring B?-ds, Lounges. E^sy, and Sick Chairs. We have in atore?Window Shades and Trimmings, Corda and Ta?gela, Split Blinds. Wide Paper for Cartaina. VENITIAN BLINDS made in ?oy atyle, and old ditto repaired to lo<>k as well a* new. ' All kinda of old Work repaired, and all or der* thankAilly received and promptly attended tr< fbr caah, or ? perfect understanding before hand If you want the worth of y >ur money just giva us ? call, at No 901 Pa. avenue, south tide,betw. ?tf. and 10th streets mar 30?ti ATTENTION, OLD SOLDfERS. ALL roy old fnenda for whom I obtained Bonntv Land :n le,s quant.ttes than 160 acre* are hereby informed that their names and a m* mormn dtun of t*?eir tJm?- is < n ay Bo?.k, so that their de^ ciaraaooa for addiUonal Kounty L^nd can be made with facility. Mssy of tho?e who failed to nbtain land for want of time, are entitled to 160 acrea and can obtain the same by calling on me. Beamea, Ordinary Seamen, Marines, Clerks. Landsm.n (of the Navy) Wagoa Masters, Te-m. atera, Ac., Ac., in any war, will find it to their ad vantage to call or send their rases to me Advice gratia to those soldiers, seamen and wid ows who are unable to pay B*fer to any honest man in Washington. JOHN D. CLARK. Agent, No. ??T Twelfth etreet west. ?p 7?lm* ICE. T?. EIDWKLL guarantees a full suriply of ? Ice to hu cuatomrrs in Washington or George town, for the whole year, at fair prices. Oroeia can be left at the following places or sent ttroaih the Post Office. H H. McPberson, Drutgist, Capitol Hill Kidwell A Laurence, corner of Pa. avenae and 14th streets Mr. McPheraon, Groccr,7th strict B. P. Kidwt ll, Smith's Lumber Office, Ot tt. Joseph Moore, Druggist, Pa avenue, First Ward Ice can be haa at my office. No 3 First ftreeu Oeorgetewn, Bt all times. Pamiliee will be supplied toe ihe whole year at fair price*. ap91- lm HAIR WORK. inpiNAMEVTS of li<ir, such as Bracelet!), Cbat \J elains, Chains, Breajtpns, Earnngs, Finger E np, made to order, of any d'-sired design. All orders faithfully attended to. flpwimens may l* aeen at my atore. ? H ^EMKEM, Na 380 Pa. as., between ??h and Ifth attk Mar 30 ? PALMER S PATENT LEa This american invention stands uiiri vailed both in this country and in Europe. It is worn by 1,000 persons, and with most astonishing ?uccec?. In competition with 30 other substitutes of the best Franch, English, and German manufacture, it received the award of the auATMDAL at the World'a Exhibi nsR is Loanoa, as the best artificial limb known. In 'hi* country it has been thirty times exhibited, in competition with all others, at the annual Fairs ui Uie principal rides,and 0as,insvery instance, received the award of the highest or first premium. And as a crowning honor, by the unanimous approval of an interna Clonal council, the " First Premium"- ?_. _ only Sther Medal siven for Limbs?was awarded the inventor, at the New York Crystal PaJace. Pamphlets giving full Information, sent grttis ta esery spplicant. B. PR ANK PALMES, 31 & Chaanut street, Philadelphia. ffcb NOHCE OF COPARTNERSHIP. Henry bakron a Solomon si over have this day formed a Copartnership for th" turpoae of carrying on the Wood and Coal bucness t all iu branches. <>ur yard- are situated on the corner of 31st and I streets, Washington, and on the moaJ, near Semmes s planing null, Georgetown At either ol the above pi.?cee pers/>n? in want of Wood and Coal or the very best quality, and on the mart reasonable will at all um^ find an cutortm^at equa> U not tup<fhofv i* that in any yard in the Dtatnct. ' Ail orders filled with care, promptness, and dla HAKROW A STOVER. Georgetown, D. C, April 10th, 1865. apr lS?dim SPKCTACLKA EYE <;LASSE8, Ac., Gold, Silver, and fin?i Steel Spectacles, Eye G!cs IM) llC fifr" Particular attenuon paid to the aelectloa of Gin ii see adapted to the eyes of wearers. M. W GALT A BIO.. Jewelers, 334 Pennsylvania avra* ? mar 96? tf TJICH P?L.AClTsXLKli ol every width and XV quality, froui 75 ceots up. very ch?ap Pliud and |daiii Silks, Pink, white and bJ'k watered Bilks for Mantillas pink, bote and mode col'd Shalleya WttHa^Mik, blue, gre^n, corn and mode catorad ^ French Mouseelinea P'*ln Bertge, m ev?ry shade a* S6 ret.te, very cheap white-pink, blue green, brown, and mode colored . Bertge?, m quaiity ? &n<' /*c^"uets in every quaiity a^V r 2 ,loc,t of Itomcstic Goods AMofw-hKb will b. .old ? sery low priced CQttom-ra vdl do well to give us a call. ^ R. RI1.EY, mar 31^ Cwire *?ket. CUPPING AND LEBOHINqT Wnn,^,LIU,? K>NNKHI , I'D reapeetfully inlorm the public that he ta orepsre to attet.d to the bu?tneM . f Cud ? his Berber rthop, south ?de of avenue, between 13th and 13k lti 22*^ ??tn all parts of the city, ssa st very reasoasbte charges. " mar* J fKMI1UM nOLWg AND VI ^ ou/ M?m'c Depot. ?.u ? *""" ?? ~ ?HSrrjir; VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY. APRIL 27, 1855, TO THE LADIES. MISS S J. THOMPSON |ia now prepared to show our large^^^l and well selected stock if Millmery^HP which *he hu ju?t opened, of the lm lest styles which we are selling at ih?* lowest prices, an.i we cordially invite the ladies to call early and have thf first selections. We would also respectfully call their attention to our large and^ hand h indsome stock of Fancy Goods Pertumery, Gloves, Hosiery, kc,. which we can sell at unusually low prices. HUTCHINSON a MUNRO, No. 310 Pennsylvania avrnue, First door w. at of Walt-rr Harper k Uo.'s. mar 96 - MRS. L. ALLEN, 305 Fa. avenue, between Ninth M&V and Tenth ttreets,?o%Uk rids, jjSA) B ^ Will op^n on Saturday, 7th instant, rno-t eitensive and beautiful assortment of Spring MILLINERY, consisting of Crape, Silk, Lace, Spotted Crape and Grass Linen HATS, including Straws of every description. Alao, Misses' Dress Hats and Flats, kc. L. ALLEN. ?P *? DKAFMKSg CURED.-The following is taken from Scott's Weekly: DEAFNESS.?We understand that the success wiiich ha* followed the use of SCARPA'S ACOUS TIC OIL, in cases of Deafness, has been astonish ing, thousands of persons i.aving been cured, whose cases were considered hopeless. The calls for this medicine are from all parts of the country, it being, we believe, the only article before the public for the cure of that distressing disease. Be particular and buy of Z. I). GILMAN, Wash ington, D. C., and S 8. HANCE, Baltimore, Md.,as there is a counterfeit article in the market, feb 38?*m C. WARRINKR, WATCHMAKER, NEW WHEELS, PINIONS, AND EVERY KIND] OP REPAIRS TO WATCHES, So. 330 Psnsiylvaaia A r mi us, (Between Ninth and Tenth streets,) aar 36?lm* WASHINGTON, D. C. DENTISTRY. RB. DONALDSON, Dentist, late of the firm o( a Hunt fit Donaldson, continues to .gfy.-ii * manufacture an 1 insert those beautiful MnK?j? porcelain teeth, with or without gums, for specimens of which (made and de posited by the late firm) was awarded the first ] premium at the Mechanics' Institute Fair, recently held in this city These teeth are carved and shaded to suit each particular case,.and their resemblance to the natu ral organs is so perfect as to deceive the most prac tised eye. Particular attention also paid to filling and pre serving the natural teeth. Charges moderate and aJl operations warranted. Office southwest corner Seventh and D as.? en trance on D. mar 91?(kn TAttlb NOTICE. NEW SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. I~> W. BROWNING, Merchant Tailor, under ? the Un:ted States Hotel, hns just receive*! a large supply of Spring and Similiter Goods, and 18 now prepared to off* r great bargains to all in want j of good and fashionable clothing. His " Ready made Clothing " will be sold at the following low prices: WhJ-i nits, Coat, Pantaloons, and Vest, of tiiin cloth or jcasMmere, for $13. Fine Black Frock and Dress Coats, frum $10 to 315. Good Business (Jcmts for $7. Black an J Fancy Panu, trom $3 to f?. ami SUfc Vests, from $9 to #3. He keeps always on hand a large assortment ol | fancy article*, such as Shirts, Gloves, Cravats, Um brellas, kc. "Sole Agent for the sole of Scott's Fashion*.' mar 19? CH&1UJCI HAC&1NS, Architect. (Pa. arentte, and Eleventh rirrete,)' wasu.'kstoh, p. c. 11,' ILL continue to furnuh Plans, detail workiat V ? Diawiugs. and o( buildings o* every description, ami also to tfUpermtend their ?. rec t"*n feb 1?. 'i PROSPERI'S CORNET BAND NO. 1 MR. FREDERICK PROSPERI beg- leave to in form his friends and former patrons that this baud has been lully re-organited and is now under his direction, and he is fully prepared a bai.d ol the most t*?T*ntiflc Musicians in the citv, to fur nisb music for Balls, Parties, Parades. Pic Nics, Ex cursions, Stc., at the shortest notice possible, by ap plying to FREDERICK PROSI'ERI. I.eader.CHAa. I PROSPERI, Conductor; HILBL'S k HITZ'S Mu sir Depot, or at PETER TALTAVUL'S, opposite | the (larrieon, Garneon street. Navy Yard, feb 18?Mm* FINE WATCHES. HAVING made a considerable addition to my! stock of ?OLB HC.fTISO PaT**T LEVIES, and ladixs' watches Of first quality, heavy 16 caiat( cases. Also, SILVER WATCHES for boys. I offer them at greatly reduced prices. The ] mov. menu are selected with great care, aud ever}' Watch is vxurranUd. Persons in want of a fine timekeeper oro Invited | to examine my assortment. H SEMKEN, No. 330 Pa- avenue, betw. 9th and 10th ?ts. mar 30 KRftUNI WITH DftFKtVlVli; vision are invited to examine mya extensive stock of all kinds of SPECTA-' CLES and EYE-GLASSES. Glasses* of any kind, such as Cataract, Parabola,' Periscopic, Double Concave, Double Convex, and Colored Glasses, put in at sLort notice, with great care, aud persons in want of glasses may be sure to get those which benefit the eye. 4#* Circulars "Defective Vuuon." gratis at U. S&MKEN'S, 330 Pa. atenue, betw. 9th and 10th sta. mar 30 TABLECUTLERY, ALBATA F0RKS| AND SPOONS, kc JUST received a large assortment of superior Ta ble Cutlery of every va/iety. Also, every stfle of the finest quality ALBATA fORKS, SPOONS, TEA SETS, CAKE BAS KETS, CASTORS, kc. M. W. GAI T & BRO., 394 Pa. ave., betw. 9th and 10th sta. m&i 12?tf PIANOS FOR SALE AND RENT. 'J'HH subscriber has always on hand a assort I ment of German and American PI-^0KMb> ANOS, trom the very best manufacture which he offers for sale at lower prices than can be purchased in the District of Columbia., and ?<n the most accommodating terms. All Piano* purchased from tne are warranted to give satisluc uon. Old Pianos taken iu exchange. B. REISS, Professor of Music, G, betw. Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets, eb ft?3m* JOIKPII OiWLKRi CABINET MAKER A UNDERTAKER, M?XSTLVAN1a AVSMPZ, between 17th and 18th streets, (Fiist Ward ) Old Furniture repaired and new made to ordsr.? | Coffins made and Funerals attended to at the short est notice. Ol/- A share of patronage Is solicited, mar 31?eolm yJJOLIAN PIANOFORTES. 1 M s Another of these beautiful instruments made by T. Gilbert k Co., Boston, can now be seen at oui Music Depot. Also, a -plendld papier mache case parlor Melo deon, made by f. G Gardner k Co , Conn. HILBUS k HITZ, mar 9H Htar Buildings. N OTIC It.?I nceived this day a new sssort- I ment of SLEEVE BUTTONS and STWDS, of | the latest styles. Also, a variety of other n< w Goods: as Vest Chains, Chatelains, Bracelets, Pins, Earrings, Rings, etc. Great inducements offered to purchasers. ? H. SEMKEN, No. 330 Pa. avenue, bet 9th and 10th rt?. Ct?- Nsw Points pat to Gold Pen* at short noice. | Diamonds remounted, and Jewelry made to order, mar 99?tf EfAAM PATENT AMERICAN ACCORDEONS. Saveral of these new and hnproaad instruments Jaat received and tor sate at the Music Depot o' .. . MILBUH k HITZ. zJmS ** ^ *** ?lM*p tastrMttori ???>*?. P*1ee 9ft esnts. The public arv tnvtftd to examine these Aret*d* sa^e^Bsr"Vr&T" 94 Sole AMok. n $20 000 worth Boots 3c Shoes. SPRING SUPPLY. iron HALL BOOT, SHOE AND TRUNK ESTABLISHMENT, Pu. awniu, between Ninth and Tenth t'.reMi. JUST received and 'rceivins daily my spring as sortment of Ladies', Gentlemen's, -tfa. and ChUd'en's BOOTS and SHOES. Si] FOR LADIES. f El Ladies' colored. b onze and black Gaiters, McCurdy's, 1 3ft to 9 00 Do morocco and kid Slippers and Ties, do.. 89 U to 1 00 - Do oarpet and velvet Sllppe/a foe, 62% worth 1 00 For Mitta and Chiidrm. Misses' colored, bronze and black Gaiters, 1 00 Do morocco and kid (also white) Slippers for the May Ball Children's wtiite kid Slipp^ra Do Gaiters and Slippers ali colois For Gentlemen. Gentleman's Patent Leather colored kid axld black Congress Gaiters, sumo tiling new Do do and calf Pumps, (Freach) and walking Shoe* Ft* Beys and Youth*. Boya' Paten' Leather Pun>|?for tha Mav Rails Do Calf Shoes of ali kinds Youths' do do Do Patent Leather Pumps for May Balls. The above atock ia perhaps the moat desirable in the city from which to mnke selections. It rmbra> ces every variety, and will be -old at the lowest prices. 8. P. HOOVER, Iron Hall Boot, Shoe and Trunk Establishing, ap IB?eoflt SPRING AND 8UMMER GOODS! jonv h suoor, South tide of Bridge street, near High, OSOROKTOWR, D. C , HAS received and is now offering a very general a aortment of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. In his stock will be found a good assortment of of new style Light Spring Silks Best make black do. Bere^es. Gr? uadinea, Pissue* Blk modes and bright co!'d ChaMIe* Berege and Challey Delaines, Mouswllnea Real French Chintzes an.l Brilliants Organdie nnd Jaconet Lawn* Real imported Lawns. fast colora, at 19Uc. Real French and Scotch Embroideries, cheap Plata striped and plaid Bonnet Ribbons Erub'd and plain Linen Cambric Handkerchick a great bargain Jaconet, Swiss, Nainsook, and Plaid Mualina Rich figured and dotted do Bajou?s Kid and Alexander's Silk Gloves, all colora Ladies, Misses, and Gents' Hosiery, all kinds Parasols of svery shade and price Rich English lust coiors Prints at 19^ Wr.h a first rate assortment of MEM'S AND BOYS' WEAR. Also, Sheeting* and Shirtings of the best makes lu Linens and Couons Table Cloths, Damasks, Napkins Towellings, Fur niture Chintzes, white Spreads Domestic Goods generally Having made large purchases from the Philadel phia and New York auctions. I am prepared to of ler great inducements to cash or prwnpt ou*toirers. ap IS?lm J. 11. S.MOTT. WILLARD'S HOTEL, Old Point Comfort, Va. 1"HE Proprietors take great pleasure in informing their many friends and the public generally that this magnificent Summer Hotel u now being fitted up in the most modern sJid comfortable style lor the coming sea?*>u. The house will he opened on the firU of June, with m.thing left unprovided that may K>mote the coafort and happiness of its guests. ib pro#*v.u>tw also ink* much pleasure in raying that they will be prepared and happy to aecoiniao dale from tton first of May any who mav favor iliem with a call. Board per day $2 oo By tbe week, per day ISO By the month, per day 195 Baths free for the guests. ap 9?if C. C. WILLARD t BROS. FOR SALE.?A Pair of BAY MARES, 7 years osd next spring, well-brt d^ound,stylish, gtnlle, spintei. and capital goers. They are Jw? well broken and perfectly free from tricks, ami will particularly suit any gentleman who is tond of driving. The owner parts with them only because nis purpose is to retrench his expenses. They can be seen at Southron a (late Birch's) Stable, on Hth street, s^uth of f'a. avenue. For terms, or an op portunity to try them, enquire at the counter of the Star office. They will be aold a bo.gain. ap 3?tf Mr. W. HENRY PALMER, BITBIRTO IC50WX a* ROBERT HKL.LER, HAS much pleasure in informing his friends and the public in general tbat he has dct> rmiiied on lo atiug himself in this city, and is prepared to receive pupils tor instruction on th>- PIANO FORTE, HARMONY and COM POSITION. He is permute! to refer to Mr. Gcorgn Rigt's, Jr , and Mr. A. T Kieckhonfer, and anv communication addressed to him at IlilbuH u Hitz's music store, Pennsylvania avenue, will have immediate utt> ntion ap 15-tf SILVER WARE, PLATED WAUE AND FINE KAkCY GOODS? Siiver Coffee and Tea Seta, Sugar Bowls, Cream Jugs, Goblets, Cups, Spoons and Porks. Alao, a peat variety of magnificent Fancy Silver Ware, suitable for presents. Platod Coffee Seta, Caatora, Baskets, Spoous and Forks, en best Albata. The articles are warranted as represented, ot.d will be sold at a small advance. H. SEyKEN, 380 Pa. avenue, bet 9th and 10th streets, mar 90?if Memoirs op the countess of bles sington.?The Literary Life and Correspond ence of the Counteaa of Blessington, bjE.IL Mad den, M. R J. A., 1 vol TAYLOR & MAURY'S ap 14 Bookstore, near 9ib si. WATCHES. JEWELRY, JIND SILVER ft 'ARE Always on hand a large assortment of the above, which wa offer at the lowest rates. M W. GALT & BRO., mar 2H 394 Pa avenue L O O K H E R EMl More BOUNTY LAND TO ALL who served in amy war since 1790. whether as Officers Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, Clerks, Indians, Cbai> lains, Wagon Masters, Teamstvrs, Landsm* n, (or their widows or minor children) who have not yet received full 160 acres, and have been in service 14 days, will do well ft. write to us,postpaid, and their Land Warrants will be forwarded to them foi tSie above quantity, and no charge if they do not get it. LLOYD k. CO., Claim Ag-n'.'tf Office, opposite U. 8. Trea-ury, Washington City, D. C mar 6 -3m U/ ATCI1ES AMD JEWELUV.-i f? have on hand a yood supply of fine WATCHES and JEWELRY which will be ?old very cheap to suit the times. Gold Le ver W ate ties as low as $95, warranted to1 keep good time. Call and see for yourselves at the store of J. ROBINSON. 349 Pa. ave., oppo. Browns' Hotel. mar 98?dim BROWN'S AMERICAN POULTRY YARD. 1 vol, New York Dickson and Mowbray on Poultry, 1 vol, London Guide to Service, the Poultry Maid, 1 vol, London The Pig, by Ycuatt, 1 vol, Phila. Pigs and their Treatment, by Richardson, 1 vol, Dub'in Randall's Sheep Husbandry, 1 vol, New York Morten's American Shepherd, 1 vol do Blacklock on Sheep, 1 vol, Glasgow ?Pi? FRANC A CK TAYLOR. Notice to flutists.-eise.nBrandt's superior Premium Diasonic Fluteaand ( la k>n ettes will be on exhibiaon and Ibr sale fbr a few days at UILBUS * HITZ'8 Muaic Depat mar 19 Clock8, clocks, clocks i?if you want a good Clack, warranted to keap time, call at the store of J. ROBINSON, ? ? ava., oy^o. Browns* iioteL 0 RATORS ANS STATESMEN of Anc ra trrd Modern Time', by D A Haraha The Ooumy Neijjtily.rhood, bv M as Dupuy Robert Graham Wy Oarollne Lee Haati ?P? FBAlfclt TAYLOR. w millinery. ?RS- choate r ?pr,n* ^,"<>( bgjm ^J^NETS at her Rooms, 40 L?u: .anal instant aVOnUe' ?? Tue8da* "ext? 17ih nJtiS* WWk Ueached Aad tiered at the sh?rtes> _ ?P 19-8* NEW SONG. HL?!D 1 LkOV,? EALSG PLORA. words t ? and music by W. B , of this cilr and d*/?. cated to In^x Allison, the fair Guitarist ' IiJxoA^^^ i* *??"1 charming melody. Just put,. 1?p4 7 HILBUd fit HITZ. FOR SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR. G?X'r?J'w,'h''1to fu"?ish themselves with R,!ady Made Qarmenu of superior qusl iv m?n? ^ K y 'nvUed to ?*?"'ine our new assort ment, which embraces the late?t designs of raateri ?lis ami finish, adapted to the want* of our nume rous customers. Gentlemen preferring to have their clothing mad* to order are invited to examine our iarje variety ,,f Moths, Ca?simeres, nnd Vesting*, cf ?.v?ry sha !e and color, purchased expressly for city trade, which we will make to measure in the most fashiorab e manner a? unusual'y low pi ices. WALL fc STEPHENS, .? aoVo avenue between <kh and 10th ?ts HmiT a> avenoe? 3 doors east of National apg3-3t OHIRT8 MiRK TO ORDER ? We ore C7 prepared to make Yoke Neck Shirts to measure and warrant them in all cases to fit Gsnth men who are troubled with had flttine Shirts can b? suit 0, _ STEVENS'S Salesroom. ap 35-31 Browns' Hotel. T"t?.?n!'I,ARr "KWARP^J^t, r?n ,k? pu 1?,th?ms,a"t' bt*ween Willards' Hotel and me tBjr Hall, a Ponemonnaic, containing three notes drawn by John H. and A. W. KirkwV-d in tavor of Wm. T. Dove, and by inn endorsed, .4l.V2 each; one note drawn by Zephaniah Jonc*, .H160 Ln 'i? ?vor and h7 mo "Horsed ; al-o a note, dra* r' by William T. Hook, in my favor, for $54 ; ?ev-r d other notes and paper* not recoil* rted. The shove reward will be paid upon the return of the papers *? the undersigned. WM. T. DOVE, apr 14 ?tf TMPORTANT BOUNTY LAND BOOKZjn?t I received a second edition of Triplet's Pension and Bounty Land Laws, embracing a digest of all the laws, decisions and torms relating to pensions, to officers and s.tldiera of the Revolution, their wid ow* and children ; to army and militia invalids and their widows; to Navy and Marine invalids, the?' widows and children ; a^d to Bountv Lands nrovi drdirr ''J" PVe^ art fro"> ?hr Revolution to as t in dudng that of March 3, 1855; so arranged as to b, inti dligil.le to every rlai,nant. This work is hizhlv recommended by the Commissioner of Pensious-l f"c? ff.' H'ai>d lo ?nr pan of the United States, except California. ' TAYLOR & MAURY, ap Bookstore, near 8;h st. BANKING HOUSE OF PAIRO 6 KOC7R8S, Ofporite United states Treasury. BONDS, Stocks and oihw so^witi^ T^r^has'-; and sold. Interest at the rate of six per ee^t n? a*i>iitn al lowed on depots wnen left lor 36 r? j.n. -r hn 24?ftn, ' TI*K MUTUAL FIE1 I'STJRaNC* OOMPA^ ItY OF THE LIBTBICT OF COLUMBIA, CHAR FERED by Honiw. offers to the property owners of the District safer and cheap- r mean j or insurance than any other Company ULYSSES WARD, President. CHAS. W ILSOX. Secretary. MATHEW G. EMERY, Tromtuser. ?ahaocrs. Ulysses Ward John Van Ulswick Thomas niagdta P. W. Dr<.wrin* ?'J,in?urJ'. Mathew G. Emory. J. C. MrK ifinn, Office, Columbia Plart, corner LomMiwhi avenue and <ih street. (Mfice honrs from 3 to 8 o'clock p. m. feb -28-eotf ' W WILLIAH. LADIES' DEES* AND TRIMMING STORE Pa. avunue. btiween Seventh aud Eighth streets. M WILLI AN would respectfully anm snce to ? the Ladies of Washington that lie has just received from the Northern cities a complete stf>ck of GOODS, among which may be found New style French iJress Trimmings Fiue French Flowers and Ribands | A Urge lot of Bonnets, in silk, scrape, and vtnw, of the !ate?: patterns I And an excellent assortment of hamlsoins Embroi deries of all kinds Dre?se* made in the latest Park (Wiions at r*a so^able rates. Pinking and Fluting, and Kid Gloves ch a nod. mar 31?eolm* SODA WATER, SODA WATER ! CI GAUTIER has Just erected in his estHblish '?, m^n! a tountam of very superior Soda Watcr: vvlnch for its delicious and medicinal qiuUtits i? f?r ahead of any beverage ever befgre introduced He would call particular attention to the siinerii, quality and variety ol his Mruns. which are all made /om the pure fresh fruit, aud not irom any ?! U;e acids now m common use, which are always ino e or less deleterious to the stomach. . _ C. GAUTIER, ap lft-er^w as a Pa avenue. MANTUA MAKING. MISS MARGARET DYER respectfully anr.oun cea to the ladies of Washington and vicinity, that she has just returned to Washington, and in tends to resume her former business, aud solicits the patronage of her former friends. No. 3'41 I'a avenue, between FourteenUi and Filteenth ?ts ap#?S'aw3w* HAKASOLS. : JT 130 very rich and cheap Purasols, all colora ??raw aL-d great variety Rich Botinets and Ribbands 130 dozen Linen cambric Handkerchiefs in fancy boxes, at .$1 50 per dosen; we think a good bargain * Embroidered and Clear Lawn Handkerchief* in groat variety 500 yards Swus Edging, 19c., worth 85c. ? dozen black Net MiUa, from 50 cents up. v*rv cheap ' K dozen best French Kid Gloves, all shades My 6t??ck i. large and well assorted, and nur chnsed at the very lowest prices. Customers w?li be pleased to favor me with a call and they shall be attentively shown through it. and the good* ofiertHl at a small advance WM. R. RILEY, Corner 8th st., opp. Centre Market mar 31?lm m A CARD. m Economy u t/u> fad to M?altk."?Q Great Reduction in the prioe of Hat* ft Oipi. 'J'HE undersigned, havuw made arrangem^nu i with a New York Hat Company to be cou stantly supplied with the very best Moleskin oi DRESS HATS, got up in the latest style, often Uiem at the ueprecedented low price of S3 Ss? worth from four to five dollars; second quality W worth from $3.50 to $4; and a very good faJLV li able Hat at $--',50 worth from $3 to $3 50 Also, Be-be * Co's Hats, at a much less advanoe than they have been here totcre sold in this city First rate beaver Hats $3,31. All kinds of seft HATS and CAPS very low. In order to sell at the above low price* the cash system must be adopted ; consequently those who purchase will not be charged from fifteen to tweutv five per cent, m an offset for bad debu. ANTHONY, (fbr many yews In the employ of Todd * Co.) No. 3, Columbia place,7th st., ap 13-tf 8d door north of Penn. avenue. WASHINGTON STOVii UNUFACTW, S. E. comer of Pa. av. and ElevnUh ttrret, Sole Agency for CHIL80N, GOULD It CO *S Warming and Ventilating fljjparat&i, ? , M POND h. cot's (ol B^ton) Tnien Doable-Oven Cooking Range, J. L. MOTT'8 (of New York) INVINCIBLE DOUBLE-OVEN RANGE, 1an<1' and rPCe|vfB? LATROCE n.' ?1lw'1 ltort?B'. Parlor and Cham ^ ii d i .'<i ? d an<1 ^?Panned Cooking Hall, Parlor, Chamber and Dining Room 8 < OVE3 w^^?.iiJa>*w?Jnd?.IEniu,u,1*d lrun HOLLOW W4?l< B^oek Tin, Planished and Jaracn?d WaHI In great variety. rai!! ?L^Mh ^ ?*? lowwt pojpfhli rates, thai wlh coin para fovnably wtth an* fistub Kahmeat seuth of Krw York. 7 . *lVa^?i^ltio,I ?f Uaernestly solicited -i a . .?u. fm EVENING STAR. EXfLOIT OF A PRIVATEEPg* A Writer in tho Salem Evening Jour nal gives some interesting facts in rela bT ?' StIem in 7"" gone by- Among other things he gives the cf'tirsf lcoou,u ?' *n exploit of one of the Salem privateeraman in 1814: December 5th, the Macedonian, Capt Penn 1 own send, arrived with nrze goods and1 22 prisoners. The way 'i - which the Captain came at and captured ont ofhs prizes, is full elucidated in the 5S2T?? anecd?;e' tbc substance of which the writer had from his own lips It appears that just after he left the Western Islands, where ha had stopped to recruit, and while he was cruising be tween those Islands and Tristan deAcun ha, a sail was discovered on his lee bow awards which he immediately kept jfe runn,.n? sIo*lj down, with a light breese, he was hailed from the quarter-deck, as follows: 41 Mast head, there!" "Sir?" "Do you see that sail now?" 44 Ay, ay, Sir." "What does she look like ?" " She looks very large, sir. Cues* she s either a frigate or Indiaman." ~ On hearing this Captain T. took his *lass and went aloft to satisfy himself in regard both to his enemy's strength and f > h SZ o0,ns 3?'he came down from aloft, luffed his vessel up in ti e wind sent all his men, with the excrp JZZ n!Tt0r4tc?' hoisted Dutch Hi.? * ^Pt?S again ^ethe wind. Disguising himself to appear as much a* possible like a Dutch skipper, and hav ing transformed such of hTni.n Lt mained on deck into very respectable Dutch sailors. Captain ran boldly down across the enemy's stern, and comingun der her lee quarter, was has hailed asfol 44 Ship ahoy!" "Hallo!" " What ship is that?" The name of some Dutch vessel with which the captain was well acquained, but which we have forgotten, was given FWliiZ' the? Ctptain T" in br<*? Lnglish, enquired? " ^ot ship ish dat?" In reply to this the name of a noted IdditS" w" gire'with followins " We are last from Barbary, bound to London, and short of provisions; can't you supply us ?" In answer to this Capt. T. replied in ?ub*tance, thet if the Captain of the Indiaman would favor him with a visi' he would see what he could do about it. and a short time afterwards he had the satisfaction of seeing a boat alongside his vessel with the Engli.h captain in Jun^umform, who immediately came cn With the utmost politement and civil 1 y cf manner, Capt T. invited the stranger into his cabin, as was enstom ary m those days, to take a glass of wine. J ins invitation was of course immedi uiattly accepted, and the Captain went ?' where the first officer of the Ma cedonia, as had been previously arranged, acted the part of steward by placio<* upon the table wine and such other re freshments as the larder of the vessel at the time offered. Ihea the two skippers sat down to the table and after pledging each other in a friendly glass of wine, entered in aoi imated but general conversation, in the course of which the Englishman ani madverted at considerable length and with much warmth, upon the proceed ? obtain privateersman com manded by ore Townsend, who he sol emnly averred was a regular Yankee devil. At this point of proceedings Oapt T gave the wink to his steward pro tern, who in a clandestine manner handed him a couple of pistols, one of which he instantly presented at the English Cap tain, saying as he did so: " Sir, you an? my prisoner. I am that Yankee devil T. about whom you have 80 ree..^ taking. Choose now whether you will have your brains blowed out or surrender your ship." Seeing in a moment that all resistance would be perfectly useless, the English man said? , u1 s,u;l;ender-" Then he ?ave Olders to his 3d Lieutenant, who had charge of ! his boat, to return to his vessel and haul down the colors, which was immediately ??nej A Pnze cre* was then put on board and the prisoners were transferred to the Macedonian, and the result wa* that one of the richest prizes taken dur States/^^ ar"Ted safel? in the Unitod Midnight.?The waking hours of the night, before the stillness and darkness have smoothed and softened us down in to sympathy with slumber and lepose, are appropriately intended by the Divine Wisdom for the sine re6t and most sol emn thought, when solitary, and for do mestic converse, and fkmily devotion and culture. But, to the injury of character and society, many pervert this as they do other blessings. As a help to the i right appreciation of night as a season for thought, and as a palatable morsel for the tasteful, we commend the following, from the 44 Ladies' Repository," to our readers: " How calm, how beautiful is night! The toils and cares of the weary day is over, its noise and tumult hushed to re Eose, and no sound, save the low, sweet reathing innocent, falls upon my wear ied ear, as my soul listens to the "melody of perfect stillness," the silent anthem of praise which Nature oflers to her ?re ator. The full moon rides high in heaven, a rainbow-tinted circle surrounds the pure orb and the single slar of unooin mon brilliancy heralds Us pathway j through the sky. Fleecy clouds of snowy J whifeoass #oat graeeftjUy m the pure dpi THE WEEKLY WAR. * fommiwnii nf twrnty prr c? ai. ether, and seem like spirits of the blest basking in the glorious light of heaven. The cool night breere fans my throbbing brow and plays with the quiveriug lea? lets of yonder locusts, and whispers its soft coquetry to every night-bloommg flower, bearing away on its invisible wings the fragrance of many a rare blossom. *4 A purer light than that of day reats on the hills, and a white mist spreads iU snowy drapery, like a ailver veil, over the ail en t landscape, concealing its deformities, and rendering each object far more lovely than beneath the glaring i- sun. O solemn Night, thy hours are taartd to thought, rtJUction and mrmorw. " ?un s"<* ? mght" as thia, whea tba moonbeams quiver in an almost tangible presence on every leaf, bud, and flower, we yield with reluctance to the demands of nature, and almost involuntarily ex* cL*S?t ,in,th,e lan?uag? of one of the Aral of Lngl ifch bards : '? Mom (IrtriotM Vicht. r>-i ? * ?.* *'u ,<>r ! ? ?Cekstta Rtce Colby. A HKW BDLLBT IXTBACTOR It is said that an instrument has beet constructed in England which promisea to dispense with much of the difficultiea and suffering attendant upon the pracess of extracting bullets from wounds. There aro excellent opportunities in the Crime? for proving its usefulness, and we may therefore, presume tha. its merits, or its want of them, will bo established irnrne diately. The following is a description of the instrument: The contrivance consists of a small air pump and cylinder, to which a Up is af T /i, th* ,UP is *l^hed a suitable length of flexible tubing about a quarter of an inch in diameter, lined inside with silver wire to prevent its collapsing. At the other end of this tube there is a small g.obe, from which a tube sufficiently minute to pass into a bullet wound is fixed, the end terminating with an India rubber collar. On the top of the globe there is a small tap, in order to permit a probe to pass down the tube, to sound when on the bullet. The mode of oper * ing is tLis: A vacuum is created in tha cylinder, the tube before alluded to ia passed into the wound, and when it ia ascertained to be on the ball the tap in the cylm-ier i* opened, when the bullel ??"omes fixed to the tube by the vacuum thus created, and is thus withdrawn. The great merit of this invention con sists in its obviating the necessity for tha paiaful and dangerous operation of cut ting out bullets, and by its means a med ical man, with the aid of an assistant to work out the air-pump, would be able to accomplish the work which now occupies many surgeons. W hen the cylinder ia once exhausted, it would extract several bullets without the necessity of again jerking the air-pump. The Medieel ooard has given directions to an eminent instrument maker to fix up an appara tus. Old but Goon ?A fellow who came oo the railroad on \\ ednesday evening, being a stranger, strolled about for some time in search of a barber. He finally discov ered one, and requested the operator to take off a shilling's worth of hair. Tha barbei trimmed his locks very neatly, soaped up the remainder very handsome ly, and then combed him up till the head looked as if it belonged to some other man. ?Are you done? 'asked the stranger, as the barber removed the napkin from his neck. "Yes, sir," said the barber with a po lite bow. ?'Are you certain that you took off a shilling's worth? ' Yes, sir; there s tha glass; you look for yourself.'* "Well," said the stranger, -*if yo* think you have got a shilling's worth off, I don t know as I've got any use for it, and I havn t got no change, so you may just take the hair for your trouble." On hearing this the barber made a iumn for the man. r The Art or bbikg Agreeable?The true art of being agreeable, is to appear well pleased with all the company, and rather to seem entertained with them, than to bring entertainment to them. 1 man thus disposed, perhaps, may net have much learning, nor any wit, but if be has common sense, and something friendly in his behaviour, it conciliates men's minds more than tha brightest parts without this disposition; and when a man of such a turn comes to old age, he is almost sure to be treated with re^ spect. It is true, indeed, that weabould not dissemble when in company: but a man may be very agreeable, strictly con sistent with truth and sincerity, by a prudent silence where he cannot concur, and a pleasing assent where ha can. Now and then you may meet with a per son so exactly formed to please, that ha will gain upon every one that hears o? beholds him; this disposition is not mere ly the gift of nature, but frequently tba effect of much knowledge of tha world, and a command over the pagniAnfi, Slanderer.?A person of whom tha Greeks showed a deep appreciation, when they made the word synonymous with evil. Slanderers are at all events econ omical, for they make a little scandal go a great way, and rarely open their mouths except at the expense of other people. We must allow that they have a good excuse for being defamatory, ifitbetheit object to bring down others to their own level. [TT^Charles J. Rich, of New Albion, N. Y., missed a turkey from his flock on the 28th of January, and believed it to be stolen. On the 16th of March, on turning over an old tub, which hadatood out of doora for a long tine, the torkey was feund alive bat dreadfhlly emaci ated, having been in durance vile for for ty-seaen days without food. R is to live.

Other pages from this issue: