Newspaper of Evening Star, May 21, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of Evening Star dated May 21, 1855 Page 3
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EVENING STAR Local Intelligence. _V abiboatbd Marble fro* Timait We are pleased to leant that a vessel arrived *rj Saturdav, rrom Charleston, Tc n k *?? of fbi* ao?t beautiful marble ' 11 h? attracted the attention or a lane number of marble dealers, and is bj all m? mSSHf1 !*? ?08t,eI#??Dt artiole of the kfnd jdther foreign or domestic, fhij marble i to arts. W? ,h? ???? A Tasssm aa5a?=??=,A5Sr c~t foreign marble now in use, s.5m 1 5""' ?=P?nor u ?n, 0,t.r * Sr2."#',^"4,-itk --Moo. found i? rJh ,n 0UT COOD*r7? which is so Thl JT"^"4 **''???'?' r~o?to?r th. deI?y in transporting ha! to K- a ? /*' 0WID* t0 th? TlMt tt?l " , a*.J to a port where it can be luKSS' Vl h* ?reeki aDd riTeri in the 2?cioity of the quarries are at only oertain seasons in a condition for the removal of the material. _____ Scbdat School Oblbbbatiob ?This after boob, the lovers of the 8abbath Schools will ?? highly gratified with an assemblage of "lit r* ?the fatare men and women of the Refb^lle?at the Smithsoniaa Institution where mora than two thousand of them will ZSlf^hSywsrmi th*ir hy?ns ?win been printed for the oooasion, so that all can participate in thatdelighful per fermanee flev. Messrs Cummings and ?un d?H?nd will deliver addresses, and the pro ShtjM?Irf#n"a117 WUl b? ?f *n intn9^H ?re-ilJt^!?Tk*? t00MMea ?* *ve o'clock precisely, in the lecture room, and the chil. dren and their teachejs will have the prefer ?n?*> ?T*r>N otl?eri>in being seated; bat we pretume there will be accomodations for all others who may bo in attendanoe. Oma* Ball to-sigbt.? More excite* tnent exists this afternoon among onr ball going fallow citisens of both sexes than we ?TJT -ft?* k?6W th#m to maaif?et Of course, J" iT! r?f?r?nc? to the Regimental ball which is to take place at the National Theatre this evening. This is owing to the fact that each and every of the city's volunteer c m panies is exerting itself to outdo the others in the magnificence of its display on the occa ?Ion, and i a doing its share otherwise to reader t the most remarkable entertainment f the season We presume there wilt be full three thousand ladies and gentlemeo present, the twxee beiog even more crowded with delighted spectators than the floor with gay and happv 1aB?Tr?i P* ? now arranged, is decidedly the ball-room of Washington, bain* taken all in all, inferior for effect and diapl.f' to no other ball-room in America. -W?' 8eV8raI days ago, alluded to tha unlawful assemblages of boys in vancus parts of the city, and of their annoyances to our peaceful community, and sf^ke of the mudoiogs of certain lads in the neighborhood of Marsichusetts avenuo and Third street. On Saturday night, while a' posse of the Auxiliary Guard were out on duty in that vicinity, their attention was di rected to the riotous proceedings of the juv eniles, and so they made a desccnt on them capturing four (one half) of the guilty parties! and brought them to the watoh house; where they were required t-> give eecurity for their fature good behavior. When the parties were arrested, one of them had a bottle of spiritu ous liquor, with which be was exceedingly re luctant to part. We mention this to show u> parents and guardians the danger to which their children or wards are exposed by asso ciations euch as that to which we have just re ferred. ' We repeat, that good morals are not pro moted by suffering boys to run about at night The arrest of these lads should serve as a warning to all others, as we learn that the po lice are resolved to check such disturbances without respect to party. ' Cabibb .^kbbhadebs ?The citisens of the Second and Third Wards justly complain of Ings and howling, and arousing sleepers to listen to the long continued discord ! It will, doubtless, be a long time befere such per porm&nces will be even tolerable, or inspire deu^ht such as that whieh is consequent on instrumental melody at " the witching hour " In vain are brickbats thrown into the midst of the canines ; they seem resolved to carry out their programme ; the flinging of miisiles, in some cases, has had the effect of provoking louder discordant notes and rend*riog more disagreeable the nocturnal nuisan-e Sau sages and fresh beef are too eostly to be sprin k.od with arseaio or strychnine for their ex tirpation; but we shall not be surprised to hear that sturgeon or other cheap fish has been peppered with either or both of these drugs, with a view to the '? quietus'1 of the offending animals. Tbb Fibbs ?The alarm of fire on Saturday *0*% W""a,ed b* tt? turning of a portion of the finished work in the fine double houie erecting on tne oorner of Twentieth and I streets for Gen John U Eaton. The loss is not great, owing to the activity of the firemen who were promptly on the spot and eoon ex tmguisned the flames. That at an early hour last night was caused by the burning of a stable in the public alley north of Pennsyl vaaia avenue, and between Four and a-half and Sixth streets The stable was owned by Mr J. P Pepper; and was used by Green k Scott. The loss is probably about $160. Both those fires were supposed to be the work of incendiaries. ?the flr# department entitled to credu for the peaceable and harmonious man ner in which they exerted themselves at all ? topic of oon variation among our citiiens, and the police are loud on their praise ,JL" B"*"""hTab?t Cobpaby?This k0an* mcn' of which w* k*ve be 7^k*n. hV JUIt completed its organise ^?.though it has been practising the military moTfmenti for several weeks past. The fo? 7>r? sleeted at the last meet. uSmL Jrh? ^ p Alexander Tait; 1st Lieu iSIh. ? 2 3 T ? 2d do , Joseph Wil E C Rpki r^*1j^D Evans; 1st Sergeant, i " d? . ? O. Eckloff; 3J do , ? mss'er A J?/w n' Coombee; Quarter The oo?npaoy ? M. Downer will improve urdf, i, nt cond,uon. and ^wu'Cf;Sil'? WiM wxi jovini e #w oltlMM. dispersed Cbieken-cde! if.? M ??8M?d in batUe on wSiJdS\Ttlh 0f th< C?Pito1 ?? Prisoners (ex, r.r c*Ptari&g ? number of giving VecJS! ?of*i0m released after & ThSiriJj0: ??d others sent to between thf ?oat 0 the jealousy ex ?ad were enm Capitol llill and citv lads ?.To?,;'^".'5 % h*nd - the bauies *T"'that wa ,<took brweiLJTia '??? ?-" Sheldon's cele ?BddeaJy left Uiu lii? - let Tro?P?" have hJWtiDg to S for "P*rts unknown," advan-.f, Qf P?7 the prioUr," and taking tbe castoaary D? oo'omns without tfhe" of SI'? *<J*Dowledgment It be bill. The ? tr,^n** DOt m*Dtion?d in Da!], 0r tho ,!^ '.r, removed from tb* *bacon<j;n ' *Bd taken away They had a short P? or their manaaer ,tort- "profitable eeason. Lcbicv a *5? ?*ard bo^sT ,fe?*1# JUD*tic was taken sent to Sif? nAght' cffic?r Stod have to real * L y CaPtain Birch She of the ooart. when ?uni'' the June term 10 the laso-e Asy!ulJ# WU! Prob*b,J b? ??nt SaLB irr ? the brig Pideiit '^J^0 the sugar of 1A to $7 gj 4 0 day io Georgetown was ob last faie. Ths I ?orniag, Six shipcar ** wa^iigton N?ry Yard, ?ailing isi a little fast 'an jgotaduoking. They war* a mil* or ao above Alexandria, and the wind vii blowing a gale. Their daok of a boilmned at one moment hlgk ud dry out or the water, and at the next all but sub merged in taoking a wave atruck bar, which loft ao maoh water in her at that the gradu ally settled. and when aboat to go to the bot tom, In perhaps 10 feet water, the oapeized to ?lowly u te permit ber rolioking passengers to climb on to ber keel. They were relieTed from their dangerous situation by a row boat from a or aft lying off the debonohe on the Canal, above Alexandria. Taking ab Advamtaob ?ThU morning we noticed a gentleman driviag along Pennayl ?aaia Avenue, in a boggy, while hi a com pan* ion was in oharge of a large locking glen, holding it with extreme oare to prevent ita being broken An exquiaite on the pavement seeing the reflection of bia fo-m in the moving glaca availed himself of the opportnnity thus afforded, of adjusting his neokerehief and flow ing looka. ? Kxccbihow AitD Pic-iric or thb Ambbiccs Clp?.?This afternoon, at two o'clook, the Amerieua clnb. with a large number of mal* friends and ladies, left the city, in tha steamer George Waahington, for the White Honae Pa ?ilion, at whioh popular plaoe they will have a pic-l 19. 1 he very best ootillon mut-io having been provided for the oeeaaion, we donbt not the oompaay will actively and generally par Uoipate in the pleasures of the danoe We wiah them all a happy lime, with no occur rence, however trifling, to mar their fsativities. First Wakd Nomiratioh fob thb Council Bord?At a meeting of the anti-Know Noth ing Committee of Vigilaaoe (empowered to do so) Mr. John B Tarton was nnanimoualy nominated to fill the vaoaney occasioned by the deolination of Qen John H Baton, for ? aeat in the Common Council, at the approah ing election. Mr Editor : Yon will pleaae to mention in your paper that it ia not Thomas Kennedy, the atone-cBtter, of the Seventh Ward, who un happily attempted auicide * Thomas Kbrrbdt, 608 P at south. John Tbbtlbb ia the candidate of the Know Nothing party in the Third Ward, and not PretUr, as the tjpes made na aay on Satnrdsy. Diobama.?The beautiful Diorama of the | Battle of Bunker Hill, ia to remain in George town two days longer. See advertisement. Watch Rstubms ? C. Collina, 0. Moccabee, K. Williams, S. Collier, all boya, were brougt in on Saturday night, for disorderly conduct, and were dismissed by Justioe Morsell after giving security to keep the peaee and paying oosta; A. Shriver, disorderly, security and coats; G. Young, profanity, fine and coata; Jno. Moriarty, disorderly and profanity, floe and eoita; Suaan Taylor, colored, out after houra, workhouae SO days ; P. Rady, disor derly, do. CITY BAUBLES. Economy is a principle ol'action, which, if tena ciously adhered to, is productive of the most bril liant succcss in every avocation of life Rich aio W. Carter, corner of Louisiana avenue and Seventh ttreet, is dispensing Linen goods of | superior makes at peat sacrifices. Purchasing his goods for < ash in New York be is enabled to sell to the ladies of Washington Tablecloths of tbe best description 25 p.~r cent less than any other House within the Metropolis. He ha* received from New York a superior assortment of Irish Lin ens. Table Cloths, Corded 8wiss Muslins, Plaid Muslins, Table .Linens, 10* and 12* Linen Shirt ing. His arrangements with New York and Phila | delphia auction houses are such as to place bim in constant icctipt of- many desirable goods, much below the regular rates. Sebastopol has not yet fallen a prey to the cu pidity of the allied powers; norjbav* Jonnso*, Ctv & Co. failed to give that satisfaction to the public which they have always had the reputation af p.r (orming No house erected with modern improve ments and conveniences should bo com-idered per fected until it has as a piece of its furniture, one if | Waterman's Ventilated Refrigerators. This puteQj has been iminense'y successful in the northern a::d eastern cities-, its cone, ventilator, valve, double cover, and other peculi&iiliescf construction render | it inimitable and superior to all other attempts in facilitating the operations and coniumaling the ends Refrigerators are intended to effect. All effluvia is carried off by its ventilating faculties. Messrs. Jobnson, Guy k Co , are al*e replete with every description of foreign ?nd domestic Hardware Children's Gigs, Yankee Chaises, complete sets o, Carpenter's Tools, Wa'er Coobrs Ranges, kc/| which they will sell at the most re .sonable rates' e Their place of bonnets is on Pei na Ivania avenue between Tenth anil Eleventh str< eta. The seasgr of delights is at I aa'. The monot ony of city life will soon become uitelerable. We long to look out upon the extended lawn and fruit ful p!ain?to dwell among flowers, lai.ds, and the thousand natural beauties that nature's ferule w mb is beginning to develop. The tiny cottage and its pebbled wrlks give us ?n idea of rural feli city; but how incomplete is our beau idtal of sylvan pleasure, without these new, neat, and canwU spe cimens of cottage furniture, whirh N. M. McGrbgor* at his extensive ware-rooms, No. 530 Seventh street* between Pennsylvania avenue and D streets, is now oflering for sain at tho most reasonable rates. To fit up a i evidence in the Italian villa style, with<JBt ornamenting it with his handsome brocatelle fur niture, would be at beet but folly. In addition to al| imaginable descriptions of household arrangements, he has constantly on hand tasty work stands, book cases, plain and decorated worsted chairs, large aii't superb sol a-, lounges, mirrors of any dimension and prices, water coolers, refrigerators, and all tbe countless luxuries and necessaries that render home plea-wig, beautiful, and happy. GEORGETOWN CORRESPONDENCE GtoRssTOWB, May 2l, 1866. Another audden aad unexpected death oc. curred in oar eity yesterday morning or Satur day night. Mr. John Clarkson, an English man by birth, but for the last twenty odd yeara a citisen of this country, and for several yeara watchman at the Pioneer Cotten Fac tory, where he aerved with fidelity, waa found dead ia the factory at an early hour yeaterday morning. An inquest waa held over the body by ooroner Woodward, aad the following ver dict rendered : That the deceased being watoh man at the Pioneer Cotton Faotory in George town, did, on the 19th of May, 1865 go to the faotory, as waa hie uaual practice, at the cus tomary time, (8 o'clock;) that he left the fao tory and returned again abont 9 o'clock intox-1 ioated, and not coming home at his uaaal time, yesterday morning, bia wife went to tbe fac tory, where ahe found him lying on the floor dead, having fallen off the chair, and the jary believe from the evidence that hla death waa cauaed by apoplexy, auperinduoed by intem perance . Before coming to oar city in the employ of Mr Willaon, Mr Clarkson resided in Balti more, where, we learn, hie remaina will be taken to-day for interment. We learn that the ladiea of Chriat (Episco pal) cburoh have in contemplation the holding of a grand fair or festival early in the ensuing month The canal packet line to the Point of Rocks ii daily becoming mora popular. The regular ity with which the Congreas makea bar trlpa, and the untiring effort a of the proprietors to render travel by the line pleaaant and agree able, ia rapidly aecaring for it in the public mind a confidence which no other line upon tbe oanal baa ever heretofore enjoyed. From every direction, weoontinuetoreoeive the most cheering account a from the growing crors of every deecription The recent re frothing showers, together with the very mild weather, we learn, has had a very beneficial eflect upon it. Every person with whem we have conversed uaon the subject, ooinolded in the opinion that the proapecta for an abundant jleld of all description! of grain, frtlt, tod vegetable*. bu not been to good it thi? for many joan. la the floor market, holders we asking $10 76; buyer* offering $10 63ft. Sale* tbia morning of 300 bbl? itandard banda at the first named priee. No obange in tho prioe of grain since ear report of Satardej. Spectator. rr~r?A sioarr for thi ladies? how to preserve O?' Beauty.?Don't w Chalk, Lily Whit*, or any of ths so-called coemetlce, to conesal a faded or willow complexion. It jam would bar* the roses brought bark to yoar cheek, a clear, bMltlil and transparent skin, and life and rigor lu fuaed through the system, get a bottle of Corter's Spanish Mixture, and take It according to direction*. It do?a not tests qnlte aa well a* sweetmeats ; bat. If aster a few doses yon do not find your health and beauty reviving, your step elastic and rigorous, and the whole system refreshed an<l lnvtgoratsd Ilka a Spring morning, tben your rase la hope less, and all the valuable certificate* we poesees, go far naught. It I* the greatest purifier of the blood known. Is perfectly harmless, and at the aame time powerfully effica cious. ? r*9ee advertlaement. ft??TOAH WALKRR A CO., Marble Hall Clothing Empo l>~-/ rlnm, under Browns' Hotel, respectfully aunouuca that their display of Spring and Snmmer Clothing Is now ready for Inspection, comprising an assortment of Costs, Vesta and Pantaloons of the nswest and richest dealgna in material, trimming and workmanship. To gantlamen who study excellence with economy In faahlonable articles of drees an opportunity for selecting Is offered from one oftfe* largest and moat attractlre stock of goods erer offered In city ?t ? rery reduced scale of prloea. ap 17 ?A PHCNOMKN A IN M ?DICINE.?Rronctaltls, Cough. Dyspepsia. Urer Complaints, Scrofula, Ac.?for all the Female System It sUnds preeminent. A -ins us It haa cured him of Bronchltla Glsrgynjan Jast ??-elars hereafter. of a desperate ct??racter?par-. Br Its mild ao HAMPTON 9 VEOKTABI.K TINlr. *2 D,ip?p tlon on the stomach, llrer and kidneys, will v- **las sla, Cough, Asthma, Bronchial and Lang Affections . . In the Bark, Side and Breast, Consumption, Scrofula, Bheti matlsm, float. Neuralgia, Fistula, Bowel Complaints, Piles, Worms, and Nervous Debilities?with all diseases arising from Impure blood, and Is the greatest female medicine er er knawn. This Inralnable medicine Is working wonders upon the human frame. See adrertlsement to-day. mar 7 PREMIUMS AT THE FAIRS.?WHITRHITRSTS still in the ascendance.?The Juries of each of ths late I at Baltimore, Richmond, and New Tork awarded their hlghsst premium* to J. H. W. for their superiority of Pho tographs, Stereoscopes and Daguerreotypes exhibited. Mr. W. also received two Medals at the World's Fair, Lon don, and a premium at Crystal Palace, New Tork. Also, the first awards of the Maryland Institute for three years past. Whttehurst's Gallery In this city is on Pa. avenue, betw. and 8th streets. ?* 17 rr~r??OOD MEDICINES?It Is eeMmetod that A T E R ? S CHEBRT PECTORAL and CATHARTIC PILLS have Aone more to promote the public health than any other onel canse. There can be no question that the Cherry Pectoral haa by Its thousand on thousand cures of Colds, Ocughs, Asth ma, Croup, Influensa, Bronchltla, Ac., very much redu(*d the proportion of death* from consumptive diseases In thl* country. The Pills are aa good as the Pectoral, and wll cn re more complain ta. Ererybody needs more or less purging. Purge the blood from Its Impurities. Purge the Bowels, Liver, snd the whole visceral sy*tem from ol>*tructluns. Turge out the diseases which fasten on the body, to work Its decay. Bat for diseases we should die only of old age. Take antidotes early and thrust It from ths system, before It Is yet too strong to yield. ...... Ayer's Pills do thrust out disease, not ouly while It Is jeak. but when it has taken a strong hold. Bead the as tounding sUWwriente of those who have been cured by them from dreadful Scrofula, Dropsy, Ulcers, Skin dlseaae*. Rheu matism, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia, Internal Paina, Bilious Com plaints, Headache, Heartburn, Gout, and many less dange rous but still threatening aliments, such as pimple* on the face. Worm*. Nervous Irritability, Los* of appetite, Irrenu larltles, Diisiness in the head. Colds, Fevers, Dysentery, and Indeed every variety of complaints 'or which a Purgative Remedy is required. ... These are no random statements, bnt are authenticated by your own neighbors and your own physicians. Try thrm ones and you will nevsr be without them. Pries S& cents per box?# boxes for |1. Prspared by DR. J. C. AYER, Lowell, Mass., ?And sold by Z. D. OILMAN, Washington. 0. M. LINTHICVM, Georgetown. JAB. COOK A CO., Fredericksburg, and by all Druggists sverywhsre. s?eoJm ry~V?A CARD TO THE LADIES.?GOOD NEWS FOR THE SICK. DR. DCPONCO'S GOLDEN MONTHLY PILLS, the beet end most Infallible remedy ever discovered for re lieving and curing all painful, distressing, and difficult men struation, and removing all period!*^! obstructions, and Ir regularities arising frcm whatever canse. These Pills are a complete ? TRIUMPH IN MEDICAL SCIENCE. They ars prepared by a process which concentrates the Ingredlentsluto a small bulk, thus rsnderlng it unnecessary ft>r delicate female* to Uke large doses of nauseous drug*. Dr. Duponco's Pills are the reenlt of over THIRTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE In the treatment of the diseases of females.? They heve been advertised for a little over one year, yet SEVEKAL THOUSAND BOXES have already been aold, and the demand for them rapidly In creases wherever they become known. They have been thoroughly tiled In Washington, and fou^ to act like a charm. _ ... g.,ld by all Drngrfsts In Washington, Georgetown snd Al sandrla, Va. mar 1?eo3m* rr~T?DR. HOOFLAND'S CELXBRATED GERMAN BIT TIES. Th?r? are few thing* which afford n? *r?AUr than sitting down to write a notice of the celebrated Hoof land German Blttsrs, because we are fully conscious we are conferring a public benefit, and onr heart telle u- that by oar notice* iu*qj here been induce*! to take these Blttert, and been rescued from death by dyspepsia, liver complaint, Ac for the eure of which It Is certain It Is prepared and ?old only by Dr. C. M. JACKSON, at the German Medicine Store, No. HO Arch street, Philadelphia. Me* advertisement^ m*r ??am r^-s?Z. D. OILMAN, Druggist, has removed to 6M Seventh Iky *treet, opposite to the Patriotic Bank, and is now pre pared to fill all orders for Medicines, Paints, Olla, aud Glass on accommodating terms. Strict attention will be paid to physician's prescriptions at all hours of the day and night. The night bell Is on the right of the store door. ap 14?lm - OTJos Sriluvstoh recf.Tfi all the new Books ani Kewi Kpers a* fast as published. He Is agent for Harper's and all s otltsr Magaslnas, and eur readers will alway* And a larce aud good assortment of Blank Books and 3tattonery at , hie Bookstotp. O-leon Fnlldlng, onr Fa. avenne and St. MAKHIBH. On the 9th inrtant, hy the Rev. Dr. Cole, Mr. JACOB WILSON, of Norfolk. Virginia, to Miss ELIZABETH JANE tVILKINSON, of this city. On the 19th instant, by the Rev F. D. Finckel, Mr A. GRAGE3 to Mies MARY FAURMAN.of Georgetown * On the 13th instant, by the Rev. Mr Aiken, Mr. HENKY TRUNNELL to Miss MARGARET ST. JOHNS. DIKU. On Saturday, the 19th infant, after a brief hut painfnl .linen., Mm ELIZABETH KNOWLES wife of Thomas Knowles, of Get rgetown, in the 32d year of her age, leaving a husband, two urtmll chi'riren, and a la'ge number of friends and relitii. ns to njuurn her untimely loss Wants. WANTED-TO BORROW FOR ONE OR two years Fifteen Hundred DoJIara, for the use of which 812 50 will be paid monthly, equivalent to ten per ceM interest Secured l>y a lien on real estate, worth $2000 Address "O X," Star Offiee. may 81?3t* 'ANTED-A YOUNG HEALTHY WOMAN with a child eleven months old. wishes a sit uation as a Wet Nurse. Ap; ly 501 Eleventh st may 21?2t* VI r ANTED?A RENT" >11 FOR A VERY COM f ? fortable (12 rooms) brieE house,on one ot if'.e tnf a dwirable und airy locations in the city. The furniture wdl also be sold or r? nted, and possession tiven immediately after the 1st of June. For terms, Jc, apply to J M. WILSON, may 19 -*? 3SO H street A RESPECTABLE YOUNGS AN, WELL Ex perienced in public and private carriage driv ing, wishes a situation, or to |0 travelling with a gentleman, and would have no objection* to go on a farm where he could make himself generally useful. Either of the above situations would h? acceptable and promptly attended to. Address "A" Star office, may 19?2t* WANTED?BY A HEALTHY WOMAN a Sit uation as Wet Nurse. She haa a healthy in fant six montlis old. Address Nurse, at this office. may 19?2t WANTED.?A PORTER in our atore. Refer ence required. Apply to HOWELL fc MOR3ELL, No. 323 U street, between 6th and 7th. Bruahea, Linseed Oil, White Lead, Zinc White, White Varnish, fcc., for sale as above, in any quan tity. may 15?6l* ANTBD-A PARTNER TO WORK A Stone Uuarry and contract for sale of Stone to Government and others, there being now great de mand for stone. This Uuarry is immediately oppo site Georgetown. Large shanty, blacksmith shop, and every implement on the spot. Tt is quarry fur nishes the best and largest truck Sione, Blc. A chance is now offered. Call or write to LLOYD k CO, Fifteenth street, oppo. the Treasury. may 3?tf WANTED?EVERYBODY TO KNOW THAT they can get a lot 21 feet front by 130 fest deep, for the low price of $75?payable $3 a month without interest. Apply at the Union Land Office, 7th st., above Odd Fellows' Hall, ap 2&-3m JOHN FOX, Sec MORE REFRIGERATORS. JUST received another lot of A'aterman's Patent Ventilated REFRIGERATORS, of all the vari ous sizes and kinds, llorizonttl and Upright for durab lity, economy and convenience the best ar ticle ever manufactured. *_ Also, another lot of Childrens' GIGS, from Bush nell It Tull, of Philadelphia. We respectfully invite a call from those in want of such articles, feeling ast-ured we can make it to their interest to buy of us. JOHNSON, GUY k CO., Pa. avenue, between lOtli and 11th ats. may 14?lw TO THE LADIES OF WASHINGTON AND VICINITY. AMELIA PRIBRAM k SISTER, jA&lNo. 97T Pennsylvania : venue, be ^^Stw??n 10th and ll.h streets, return n w their regards for the kind pntronsge heretofore be stowed upon their effotts, and tak? the liberty of in (arming tneir many Iriends that they intend ??pen ing their Spring, Summer and Fancy B??NNET^, which consul of 250 pieces, besides a rich as?ort im nl of STRAW BONNETS, kc. Th?-y are able to serve all siies who are in want of a lashionalde and cheap Bonnet. Call and eihmlwe before purchase* alstwhere. For Bald and Bent. TO LET?A FRAME HOUSE ON TWELFTH ?treet west, No. #64, between I and K street* north. The bouse is in good ordir, and a pump of food water in the yard. The House has nine rooms and possession given on the first of June, or sootier by applying to A. BORLAND. may 81?eo3t? For sale?a lot of ground in the most thriving part of the city, improved in pa't and is under rent at two hundred dollars a year It is situated on Ninth near N rtreet, and has a front of 7C feet on Ninth street, by 73 feet 6 inches deep. Tbi above property will be sold at a bargain for c?Mi or on time, as the purchaser may desire, by Iaying one-fourth cash. For particulars etqulre of AMES O. WHITE,on C, betw. 14th and 13th rts. may Ul?ec8w TO LET?THE DESIRABLE RESIDENCE OF Mrs. French, on Bridge street, Georgetown. The Hou<e is large and convenient, and has the advant age of fine grounds around it. To a good and punctual tenant the terms will be made easy. Possession will be given about the 1st of June next. Apply to M. ADLER, Agent. may 19?3t For sale . a quantity op brick yard Tools, used but a short time. Also, one ot Smith's machines, 'or brick making, (for steam or horse pow? I,) has only been used a few days on ac count of the clay Apply to Stephen Castar, corner of L street south and New Jersey avenue, or to the subscriber at his office, Smithsonian Grounds. may 17?lw* GILBERT A. CAMERON. FOti ^_??T?THE TWO NEW HOUSES ON Pierre ?tr*^*" 'H*twe#n L and M streets, con taining six rooms each, *.',h basement and a large yard attached. To punctual tej.?JT lhe '"J" r?nt of eight dollars will be charged month'>. ED<Iuire of the owner, opposite the premises. may l*-2w? CHAS. THOMA. I A MAGNIFICENT RESIDENCE FOR SALE or Rent.?I will either sell my Farm on the Georgetown and Rockville Turnpike, 2 miles above Georgetown, adjoining Tcnnallvtown, or 1 will rent to a good tenant, the house and garden, (including furniture, if desired) cows, fcc., for the summer ? Call on tne subscriber, at Mrs LYLES'S, adjoin ing. TIIOS. MARSHALL. may IS- lOt __ Rents reduced to suit the times. 9150 a year will be received for the rent ot those new and convenient cottages at Kendall Green, with two acrcs of ground, stable, wood shed and other conveniences attached. I'umps of pure water are near the door, and communicat on is had with Georgetown by way of H and Seventh streets and Penn. Avenue, morning and afternoon, at the usual fare, for the accommodation of clerks in the departments. To sccure the advantage of this great reduction of rent immMiate application must be made to the undersigned, either by letter, or at his house at Kendall Green, after ofllcc hours, where the keys may be had and the houses iaspe< ted at any time. Several of these residences will be sold on liberal terms. WM. STICKNEY, No 4, Kendall Green. N. B.?Rents paid quarterly in advance. apr 9, 1855?u VALUABLE AND ELIGIBLY SITUATED Building Lot at Private Sale.?The subscriber will sell, at private sale, Lot No. 3 in Square No. 414, fronting 99 feet 4 inch on II street south, by 91 feet 6 inch on Eighth street west The Lot will be sold in whole or in parts, to suit purchasers. Terms accommodating. CHAS. S. WALLACH, Attorney, ap 30?eo4w* opposite west wing City Hall. FOR SALE OR RENT?A NEW FRAME House, situated on Washington street, George town The house is comfortably arranged, contain* two fins parlor#, eight bed chambers and an excel lent kitchen, and is situated in one of the most healthy and quiet parts of Georgetown. Enquire ot the owner, JOHN J. FREY, next door, may 12?eotf FOR RENT?A NEW THREE-STORY FRAME HOUSE, containing night rooms, very pleas antly situated, on New York avenue, near the inter section of New Jersey avenue and Third street. It has a side lot for a garden, and a tood cellar nnd^r the kitchen. To a punctual tenant the rent will be *15 per month. Possession given on the l?t June. Enqnire of WILLIAM POWELL, one door above. No 1658 may 16?6teo FOR RENT?a THREE-STORY Brick Hou-** on the corner of N street north and Vermont avenue. R* nt $200 per annum. Apply at the Gro cery Store of A. JACKSON, corner of 13th and H streets. may 18?eo3t BRICK YARD, BRICKS SQUARE of Ground, Horses, Cart*, Farms, he , at Private Sale.? The subscriber will sell at private sale, on very rea sonable terms, Square No 660, which contains an inexhaustible quantity of good bri<*k clay, with a brick yard now in actual eperation thereon, and about 400,OOJ burnt and ur.burnt ready ma e bricks It has on it an inexhaustible cistern-well of walt-r, and a floor room and sheds sufficiently large for eight or ten gangs. ? Al-o, four Horses, two of which are fine brood mart s, with young colts, four Carts and Harness. Also, one Farm, lying in Montgomery county, Maryland, about eight or ten miles from Washing ton. or the Adelpbi Mill road, immediately in th? vicinity of Pisgah Meeting-house, and about three miles from the railroad, containing 180 acres of fine land, a part of which is heavily timbered; and a peach and apple orchard of 1,500 trees, in full bear ing, with a variety of other fruit trees. The farm is w->ll watered, and the land in a high state of cul tivation. Also, a Farm containing 80 or 90 acres, lying be tween two and three miles from the Capitol, with good improvements. Inquire of the subscriber, on C, between Second and Third streets, Washington may 16-e..2w SAMUEL C. WROE FOR RENT?A COMFORTABLE TWO STO ry House on 9th street, between M and N sts. Possession given immediately. Apply to the sub ?cribers. at their Lunibor Yard, corner of 26th and D Streets. H. N. k J. W. EASBY. may 10? For rf.nt-several handsome par lors and Chambers, with board. Also, Table and transient board. Inquire at Mrs. SMITH'S. 833 F street aP9 HOMES FOR ALL.?Beautifully and healthily located Building Lou, 24 feet front by 130 feet deep, cn graded streets, can, ur.til spring, be bought at the exceeding low price of $75, payable $3 per month. Titie indisputable. Union l and Office, 7th st., above Odd Fellows' Hall. Jan 9?6m JOHN FOX, Secretary. Boarding. BOARDING.?Tsree well-furnishad Rooms, with boarding, can be obtained at No. 431 Eleventh street, west aids, between G and H. may 21?tf MRS. WM. H: ABBOTT informs those persons who have been applying to her for board, that she has now two chambers vacant. No. 169 West street, Georgetown. may 19?3t? BOARDING.?One fine large front room, with an adjoiniug chamber, handsomely furnished, suitable for a family or several young men. Also, Chambers larger than are generally appropriated to single gentlemen, with board, on reasonable terms The situation is high and healthy, and iu the imme diate neirhborhood of the Patent Office, Post Office, and Indian Bur au. Transient and table boarders can be also accommodated by application to No. 3 Union Row, F street, between 6th and 7th eta. may 14 -1 w* JVO TIC K.?FOR RENT?PARLORS AND 1^1 Chambers, with board. Also, table and tran sient board, with a bathing room and shower baths and every attention to render it most agreeable to her boarders. Mrs. P. G MURRAY, Corner Pennsylvania avenue and 4^ st. ap23?3m BOARD) dfce.?mrs. BATES, on the south west corner of Pa. avenue and 9th street is pre pared to accommodate gentlemen with rooms, with or without board. Every effort will be made to ren der those comforuble who may favur her with their patronage. ap 6?tf Foolscap writing papers of the finest, and also of the cheaper kinds A large supply just received direct from the man ufacturers, for safe at unusually low prices, may 16 FRANCK TAYLOR. ri'llK VBIUBRSIGSKD are now working " the Stone Quarry formerly occupied by Major Wm B. Scott, and are prepared to furnish STONE at the usual market rates HUMPHREYS ft WILLIAMS. Georgetown, May 15?lm* ARLINGTON HOUSE. 1mie undersigned would respectfully inform bis friends that he has taken the establishment for meily known as the " Arlington House," which he iatends opening on Saturday nexf, May 19th, as a Restaurant of the first order, and feels assured that he willhave LIQUORS and CIGARS i>i thechoicest brands, OYSTEHS, GAME and FISH, in season, and every other article in his line to suit all who should favor him with a call. F. A COOK, may 18- eolm* 'IMIE HEALING OF TIIE NATIONS. BY I CllAS. LINTON. With an Introduction and Appendix by N. P. Tallmndge. Published by the Society (Or the diffusum of Spiritual Knowledge New York 1 laige octnvo volume, pr ce $1.50 For ?aie ut TAVLOR b. MAURY'S Uuoksto.e, uear Mb Mieet. toy 9 Auction Bala*. ?jr OUBM * tOOTT, A.etlw,?ri. Household and kitchen furniture at Auction. On WEDNESDAY, the 23d in stant, w* s.ia'1 *cll, at 10 e'clook a. ui at the rear df^nce vif Mr. Ball, No. 424 Fourteenth PtreeL betw H and I Hraet*, a good assortment ot Household and Kitchen Furnitur*. via: Mahogany Piano and Mantel Clock Cane sent and other Chain Cherry and other Tables Mahogany Bureau, Writing Desk and Waahstand ?'arpeta, Straw Matting, Oilcloths and Rugs Hair and shuck Mattresses Window Curtain* Feather Bed*, Bedding, and Bedftead* China, Glam and Rarthenware Cooking and other Stove* ^ *"*ortment of Kitchen Requisites With many other articles which we derm unne cessary to enumerate. Terms: ?25 and under cash; over that sum a credii of fiO and % days, for r.ote* -atisfactoriiy ea doreed, bearing interest. mav 21?-H GREEN A SCOTT, may 21?o Anrinn# Aocionerm 4 SCOTT, Auctioneers. r)APER HANGINGS EASY CHAIRS, LOUN 04?h Au?ion.-On THURSDAY, the th???nrlfj? o'clock, a n.,we shall <e'l, at the store of Mr George Burh. nnr, on Seventh street Ci'L r htP,I!t ()ffice' hl? "??* ?ock of Paper ? A8' room9? *c? Lounges, Easy Chairs, 8crrfnf, Cot*f lie. Terms cish. m?Qi . GREEN & SCOTT, mayjU-d Auctimeer. By GHKEl A. SCOTT. Aaatloae.n. Extensive hale of books a prints aiiinnjj which arc soma v luahle Works and rrrnch Engravings.?On TUESDAY, the 52d in noMme^if of a" 'fr0Dt ?4' 0ur rt"r?' " a*u 8econd hand Books colored Engravings and Prints With man? .'Nicies in the Stationery line GREEN A SCOTT, may 19?d Auctioneera. By QRER1V A SCOTT, Anetlonttrt TWO FRAME HOUSES AND LOTS AT AUC J lion?On THURSDAY, the 24th instant, at 6 o clock p. m , we ?hall sell in front of the premise* | part of Lot No. 3, in Square 437, with the improve ment, which are two frame Houses, one coniai.i ing three an'I the other nir.e rooos; each bouse fronting twelve feel on south G, between 7th and ! 8th srtet* west, with a five feet alley between the two, making the whole front 29 fett, runniu* hack 86 feet 7 inches. Term*: One founh caab j balance in six, twelve, eighteen, and twenty four months, on r.otes braring interest. * A depd given and a deed of trust taken. Title indisputable. GREEN A SCOTT, may 18?d Auctioneers. By 0RKEN A SCOTT, Auctioneers IMWSTEt'S r?MLE OF VALUABLE REAL Estate.?By virtue o?' a decree of the Orphan-' Court of the Distr?ci ofColiimbi*. b'r ?he county of Washingrofl, approved hy ihe Circuit Ccurt of maid District, sitting tn Chancerr, passed in the R.3tter o' the petition of Ann M. Cross, guardian of the in fant children and luirs at law of Washington Cross deceased, I will, on THURSDAY, the 10th day o| May, 1863, at 5? o'clock p. m , in front of th* prem ises, proceed to sell Lot- numbered27,28, 29, 30, 31 and 32, in Square numbered J**43, situate in the c'~ ^'a'Kington and District aforfcsatd. The above described property is situated at the corntrof Fou'teenth street east and E st souih. 1 ernis of gale : One-ihird cash ; the reidue in ftro equal payments at 6 and 12 month*, with interest on deferred payments. The deferred fAyment- lo be secured by the notes of the purchaser or pur chasers, satisfactorily < n <or*?d. Upon the full payment of the purchase money and interest, and the ratification of the sale by the Court, the trustee will convey to purchaser or i?ur chafers, at his or their cost and expense, a'l the rMtht, 'it'e, interest and estate in and to said lots of ground, of which the said Washington Cross .lied tiered. ANN M CROSS, Trustee. GREEN A riCOTT, a;' 2o -2 AM4;f-,9&10 Auctioneers. i I40'1 27i 28, 31. and 32 having beer, sold, the ' THr"HMV and 30 " f^P00?* "Mil [ ' HUitot.Ai, the ?4ih mutant, on the premises, at 6 0 clcck, when they will be s?ld to the inchest bid der, cn the above terms ANN M CROSS, Trustee. . GREEN A SCOTT, may 1* d Auctioneers. By JAS. C. MiGUIRK, Auctioneer. ITER* VALUABLE BUILDING LOT in the T first Ward at Public Sale,?On MONDAY af ternoon, May 21st, at 5J^ o'clock, on the premises, 1 rhall sell lot No. 4, in Square 102, fronting 51 fert 1* inches on north G, between 20th and 2M sts., ruining hark 180 feel, with an outlet from the tear | to 20:h street. This lot is delightfully situated in one of the most fishionalile parts of the First Ward, numerous fine houses being in progress of erection in the immedi ate vicinity. Title perfect. Terms: One third cash ; the residue in 6, 12, and 18 months, with interest, secured by a deed of tnj-t on the premises. JAS. C. McGUIRE, may 15? <i Auctioneer. By JAS. C. DIcGUIIiK, Auetfon7er7 VERY VALUABLE DUIL' ING LOT ON F, between 13lh and 14th streets at AucUon.?On TUESDAY afternoon. May 23J, at 5% o'clock, on on the premises, I shall sel< the west half of Lot 22, in Square No. 254, having a front of 30 ft. 2% inch' e* on F si, between 13th and 24t'i, running hack 100 feet to a 30 feet alley. This is probably one' of the most de-iraUe Lots for sale in that section of the ~ity. T? rms : One third ; the residue in C and 18 months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust on the premise*. JAS. G. McGUIRE, may 15? Auctioneer. BY J. C McGl'IKE, Auctioneer. TTRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE BUILD ing Lot near Railroad Depot ? By viitue of a deed of trust bearing date on the 4th day of April, 1854, and recorded in Liber J. A. S., No. 38, folios 181, Ac., the subscriber will sell, at public sale, on FRIDAY, the !5th day of lune, 1855, at 5* o'clock p. m.. on the premises, all that piece or parcel of ground lying and being situate in the city of Wash ington, and b mgpart of square No. 630, beginning j at a point on New Jersey avenue 270 feet tr.'.in the nor ill west cor.ier of said square, and running thence eastwardly at right angles to New Jers-y avenue 124 feet 1 inches, tl.once due south 23 feet, more or less, to a parallel line 22 feet from the first de i scrib-d line of this piece o! ground, and running par allel with said line we.twardly to New Jergfy ave nue 118 feet l^inches, thence northwardly on New Jersey avenue 22 feet to the point of beginning. The above property is eligibly situated near the Railroad Depot and adjoining Foy'* Hotel, rapidly enhancing in value, and offers a most favorable op portunity for investment. Terms of sale : Half cash, and balance in 6, 12, and 18 months, for notes bearing interest from tlw day of *alc, secured by a ueed in trust upon the property. If the terms of sab: are not complied with in sii days after the sale, the property will be resold at the risk and expense of the purchaser. CHA8 S. WALLACH, Trustee. JAS. C. McGUIRE, may 15?eoAds Auctioneer. By C. W. BOTELER, Auctioneer. Ten small houses at auction.?on MONDAY afternoon, May 21st, at 6 o'clock, I shall sell, on the premises, in Square 543, parts ol Lots 18, 19, and 25, together with the improvements thereon, consisting of ten conveniently arranged and nearly new Frame Houses, each containing 4 rooms. This property is located on south K, between 3d and 4% streets. Terms: For each House $50 cash ; residue $20 per month till paid, with interest, secured by a deed of trust on the property. C. W. BOTELER, may 15?eotn Auctioneer. By J. C. BlcODIREi Auctioneer. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF C I T Y LOT S ?On MONDAY afternoon, May 21*t, at 5 o'clock, at the Auction rooms of James C. Maruire, the sub scriber, by virtue of a deed of trust dated April 96, 1854, and recorded in Liber J. A. S., No 76, folioa 189, Ac. one of the land records for Washington county, in the District of Columbia, will sell the fol lowing Lou. viz: Lots Nos. 76, 26, 27, and 28, in Smi arc Na. 50. Terms : One-half cash ; the residue in 6 and 18 months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust on the premises. If the terms of sale are not complied with within five days the trustee reserves the right to resell, al the risk and expense of the defaulting purchaser. II. C. SPALDING, Trustee. JAS. C. McGUIRE, may 7?co&ds Auctioneer. By C. W. BOTRLBR, Auctioneer. SALE OF FOUR BUILDING LOTS at Aue tion - On TUESDAY afternoon, May 22, at < o'clock, I shall sell, on the premises, parts of lots 25 and 3o,in Square 55J, fronting each 62 leet 6 inche* on P street, between Second arid Third atreet*, au. lots 10 and 11, in Hquare 553, fronting each 57 fee on O street, between New Jersey avenue and 3< street Terms: One fourth cash ; balance in 6,12 and II months, with interest, secured by deed on property C. W. BOTELBR, _mgy_15?go Auctioneer. L. J. RIIUDLKTOIV, DEALER I N ICE, Ujit i utul Dep. t touth tide >*, next to corner 12/A ICE KEPT CONSTANTLY ON UAND Al THE OFFICE, which can be bad in late, of! (juanl'li***. Lft.-e open from 5 a m. lo SJ p. m m l?trvfiu r TELEGRAPHIC. uroi DAILY EVENING STAR The Kinney Trial. Philaoblpbia, M.y SI ?The Kinney cm* *u brought before Judge Kim this morning, Mr. Dallas argued st length in behalf f hit ?liont for * rod action of the ball, and a speedy trial. Ho road a numbor of affidavit*; one from the owner of the at earner, testifying that there vaa no armament or powder on board or Intended to be shipped before etarting. That the expedition waa onlj for ooloaiaing pnr poeea He stated that the steamer had been ready for sea linoe the Tth Inst, and the delay renders Kinney liable for $1,200 p?r day for demurrage. Mr I alias also sabmit'od an aoooant of the hearing at Hew York, and closed by repeating the demand for an early trial. The oaee was here Interrupted by the ta per) noli ag the jarioe for the regular tetm, and would be resumed again in an hou< Mr. Tan Dyke, upon resuming the ea?e; stated his inability to bring the oaee up under two weeks, owing to the absono* of some wit nesses Mr. Dallas 'eld thit delay would be fatal to the expedition?that it might es well ho p?t off for two months as two werks After e conversation, the caoo was postponed until the next term, which is two months dis tint, it beiug understood that the selling of the expedition need not be delayed. The de fendant thereupon renewed his beil for his ap- < pearanee at that time ia the at me amount vii: $4,500. Tectal Cam Ceci4td Cincinnati. May 21.?The gTeat dental case of Allen vs. Hunter for infringement of the patent of artificial tooth was decided this morning in the U 8. Circuit Court, in favor of the plaintiff, Allen. More Indian I ifflculties, 4c St. Locis, May 19 ? Accounts from the Up per Missouri represent that the 8ioux Indians are becomicg more and more hoetile, that they ere now assembling to make a general war apon the whites. The Missouri river is very low at the mouth of the Platte. More Mexican Trouble*, Stc New Orleans, May 10.?It is reported here that another revolution has cemmeneed upon the Rio Grande. It is stated that Car vsjtl has crossed the river at the head of fif teen hundred soldiers The southern line of telegraph la down ftrath of Columbia, 8 C Baltimore Markets Baltimokb. May 21 ?Flour and grain are verv dull. There were small sales of wheat at $2 50 a $2 00 for red, and $2 60 a $2 70 for 9ood to prime whites. Holders of b^th fiour and grain are firm, and buyers are generally holding off Hew Tork Markets. New York. May 21.?Cotton Is firm and un changed Flucr is stiffer but not quotably higher, and irregular Good Ohio. $9 81 ; Southern is better; sales at fll.Sla$ll 50. Wheat is a trifle lower; White Michigan $2 80. Torn is uncharged and in moderate demand Pork is a trifle lower: Old Mess $16 50?$l(l 75. Beef is anohanged. Lard is firm, tfhiekey is heavy; Ohio 39. ?? New Orleans Market New Orleans. May 19 ?The steamer's news had a favorable effect on the market for cotto. sales of middling 9i a l?f. Corn western yellow is quoted at $1. Few York Stock Market. New Ycre, May 21 ?Slocks are better and quiet. Money continues abundant. Sale* at the first b^ard of Erie's at 474; Cleveland and Toledo Railroad, 80]; Cumberland Coal Company, 26$; Reading Railroad, 871; Canton Company, 2ft ; New York Central, 91 i; Vir ginia 6 s. 97; Missouri 6's 91 J. TO ALL THAT VALUE THFTR SIGHT. r TOBIAS ACTICAL OPTICIAN WrISHES in call the attention to all that suffer with defective fight, caused by age, etc knew and particularly f nm t l iraea injudiciously selected, to In* superior SPECTACLES aud GLASSES care fully ground by himself to a trus spherical accuracy, ami brilliant transparency, aui.ed precisely and ben eficiilly to the wearer nccordinc to the concavity o* convexity of the eye. Very numerous are the ill ef fect* caused to the precious oi<rsn of right from the commencement of UMcg glasses in not being pre c?ely t uited, by the use of an Optometer; and the practice of many year*, euabl ? him to measure the foca) distance of the eyes, and su~h glasses that are atoolutely required wil! b? furnished with precision an?l satisfaction J. T acknowledge* the very liberal encourage ment already obtained, and further solicits tfce pa. tronage of those that have net yet availed them selves of his aid. Persona that cannot conveniently call, by sending tve glasses in use, and stating how many incbe* tliev can read this print with their spectacles. caa be supplied witli such that will improve their sight. Innumerable testimonials to be seen; and refer ence# given to many who have derived the greatest ease and comfort from his gla?sc> Circulars to be had gratis, at l"i office, No 01S Seventh street, three doors from Odd Pelloma' Hail, upstairs Nobpole, September 7, 1854 Sir?The Spectacles you made for me suit very well, and seem to have improved my sight moc?s than any other I have lately tried LlTT. W. TaEBWSLL. I have tried a pair of Spectacles obtained from M* Tobias, and find them of great assistance to my sight, eit 1 corresponding with his description of the focus. I recommend him as a skillful optician. Hikby A. YVisk. Mr. J. Tonus: Sir?The pair of Spectacles you furnished m<* yesterday are particularly satisfactory to me They are very decidedly the best I possess, and I am the owner of eight or nine pairs, carefully selected ia different places and from opticians recommended to me on account of their professional standing in Eng land, France, and the United States I have been also pleaded with your remarks and directions on the treatment of the eyes, for the purpose of pre serving and improving the sight. Respectfully yours, Chas Caldwbll, Professor of M. C., Louisville, Ky. Ltmc HBt ao, Nov. 10, 18M. Mr. John Tobias having furnished me with Glas ses. by which I have be?n greatly aided, (my vision having suffered greatly from reading at night in my earlier life) it affords me the highest pleasure to say that I consider him a skillful practical optician, and well prepared to aid those who n>ay need his proles siaaial services. W*. B. Rocua, Elder of Methodist Conference. WiudKOTOR, X. C , Jaa. 97, I8M. Mr. J. Tobias : Dear Sir?I am happy to say that the Spectacles which I obtained from you last week are entirety satisfactory. From an inequality in th?- visual range of my eyes, I have heretofore found great difficulty in setting gta?s< a of the proper focal distances. It affords me pleature to state, that by tbe aid of your optometer lhi? difficulty has been happily obviated, ?) that the Glasses you furnished me are decidedly th? best adapted to my eyes of any 1 have ever yet used. \ ery respectlully youn?, K. B Drake, Rector of St. Jamet.' Parish. Department of Interior, May 7, 18S&. Frooi natural defects and the unequal range of my eyes, 1 have b?en compelled to use gtawes for seve ral yettrs. I have t/ied different opticians without obtaining glaasei perfectly fitted to my eyes. Four months mice Mr. Tobias made two pairs especially for me, wr.ich I have fouad to serve me perfectly. H> the Ukv of his opnaiet<*r he is enabled to adapt Glasses minutely to the eye I mo?t cheerfully rec ooimend Mr. Tobias to all btving occasion to use |is4s?s, and bear my testimony as to his skill as ait opticiau. Herbv P Balbwiw, Aesistsiil Sect'jr to sifti Land Warrants my 16?tr

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