Newspaper of Evening Star, June 14, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated June 14, 1855 Page 1
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VOL. V. * WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, JUNE 14. 1855. NO. 763. THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERT AITEBSOOIT, CRirmrr pcttoata At Oia Slsr Building, c*n*r Fmruyltsxta *nA strest, Bp w . n ? HAL LACK, fPtJI b# served to sibscribera in the cltios of Wj* In^on, f>or**iown, Alexandria. Baltimore and Philadelphia. at SIX AND A QUARTER CBNT8, ptyable weekly to the Airnta. To mail sobscrlbera the subscription price in Til REE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a'year In atranre, TWO DOL LAW for SIX MONTHS, ami ONE DOLLAR tv THREE MONTHS. fc?-Sm?Li con* on Oiirr. Treble patent improved eyelet ma CHINE. First patent?combined <?n on" ?to*\ Siconl patent?self leedint with eyelet Third patent?patent improved fotfcnt?r, riveting bmkiMoi All parlic* in want of a food Rv-I'tf dachine, are rrmgly recommend" 1 to use none bat LIPMAN'S PATENT IMPROVEI), w.itrh is decidedly the beat w broocht before the public, pojw wing numerous 8*1 ?/ vtag-'s, via : It is Ptroiij, durable and no* I-able to pet out of or der. It punches the hole w<-l!,and to tit the Eyelet, and ia one operation clinches the Evelet on both (ilea. It saves time, as the pap- r kc.. Md not be reversed or turned over to clinch the Etlct a s? ond'tim-", a* ia the cw with a'l other Machines i It is useful to the Merchr.n' ia firing away papers, ' a* well as to th" attorney or Conveyancer, tie Shoe ? ranker, Tailor. Milliner, air! numerous others, and [ 11 a very lal.or saving Midline S<Vd by all the principal Stationer* and Pnncy Goods Dealer* throu.hom the United States. Agents for Wa-hingtnn, TAYLOR * MAURY, mav 21?tf Bookstore. nearDtb at m A CARD. m ?*^u Eeono-*y tt th* read to 0^ Great Reduction ia the price of Hat? A Caps fp H E undersigned, havin? mad-; arranteineuts X with a New York llat Company ?o be con st intly aupoliel with the very best Moleskin or DRESS HATS, got np in the latent *tyle, offers tnem at the uaprecedented low price of $3,50, worth from f-ur to live d illars; ?pconl quality, $3. worth from $3.W to J4; and ? very rod f&aiiu n able Hat at w>rtn from *?') to Vj.,*?0 Abo, t Co'? Hat1, at a mu?h k*j ad vane t than they have been here tof r* aold in this city. Pirst rate beaver Hah $3 j >. All kinds of s*?ft H \TS and CA PS very low. In order to sell at the above low prices the cash system must be adopted ; consequently rhoa* who purchase will not be charjfeJ from filo en to twenty 0ve per cent, aa au offset for bad debts. ANTHONV, (for many years in the employ of Todd k Co.) No. 3.Columbia place, 7th at., ap 13?tf 2d door norm <>f P^nn. avenue. "soksraiWG n*w u d*b rag sujrT CHARLES WERNER, Pmnsylcanui avenue, opposite Bro-r*u' Hotel. HAS fitted up the conmodiOB* hail over his Rcs taur-u' a? a first cla** l.A<3 1R BF.EU SA LOON, havmf pro~ure-1 a -upoly of ev^ry luxury and eomtorts found in first class establishments oi Ibe kind in tiie Nir? "?ri? cities. HiakHlNE WINES and French White Wines, as well as bis CI irets, S?-gar-> La^cr Beer, German. Italian, and Sarruzer CHBESES, and indeed f ev ery other appropriate luxury in such an Jetabfarh meat, ia unsurp.i_s-.ed in this country. He solicits a call 1'rou) hu friends and the public. may 13-tf DENTISTRY. RB. DONALDSON, l)entn>t, late of the firm ot . Hunt fc D'"?ial.1?>n, continues to manufacture an 1 insert lliose beautiful Krcelain teeth, with or without gtims, ttPP specimens of which (ma<le and de posited by the late firm) was awarded the firm premium at the Mechanics' Institute Fair, recently neld in this city These teeth are carved and shaded to suit each particular case, and their re^-nibiance to the natu ral organ* ia so perftct :is to deceive the aiost prac Used eye. Particular attention also paid to fUltng and pre aervinx the natural teeth. Charges moderate aud all operations warranted. Office *ouihwesi corner Seventh and D s i. en Vance on D. mar 21?6?i NOTICE _ -JT?-?wTHE WHITF HOULi: PAYIL ttc haa been r?i<tM for tfae eeaiM>?i, ano is ady >or the reception of visitors. Large a d small parties can be accommodated with Me*ls, he. For particulars app y to WILLIAM COKE, on P, between 21st and ill street. No Excursion parties except th~??? already en gagej, can farnish tfteir own caterer exaept paying extra for the use of th? iUiUse. By order of th? MANAGERS, may 21?MWfcPim LAND WARRANTS WANTED. fPHE nndersigned ?rill pay the highe.t |?rice for I Land Warrants. 8tock? buofbt and sold on Comini- sion. HAMILTON O. PANT, No. 43 a Pa. av nue, Watdiiogton. mayiB?lm (lot-' IJmo' ' ICS?ICE?ICE! CHARLES on Pa. avenue, opposite Browns' Hotel, will kef p throughout the sea*>n an ampir suppJv of Pettibone's b st ICE, wbicb lie will sell, on call, in aAy qunat tie*, at the lewe^t (>OMible num. may 29?rttSepSO 1U1K UN l> It It lONKl) are now working | the Stone Uuarry formerl occupied by Major Win B. Scott, and are prepared to fu nb>h STONE at the usual tu^rket rites HUMPHREYS St WILLIAMS. Geortefov/n. Mav 15?lin* PLEASURE TRIPS TO THE WHITE HOUSE PAVILION. _ fc. The Sicimen QEO. WASH AB^?lN<irON or THUS COLLYEK can be chartered for public or ?lect parties to visit ttie Wbue House PuvilKin, Blount Veraon, Fort Washington, ??r other , lacei mi the river. The White House Pavilion is now open for visi tors It is a beautiful place for pleasure trips; ii has a fine Ball and Innm; room , also, a new Ten Pin Alley For particular* apply to the rn-.iJant of tht Company, or th? Captain* ot the Boats. Mr WILLIAM COKE is fu/iiisnmg refVeahmems on the boats, and is prepared to furnish parties on the best t?*rin^. sp20? 2ni PURE SILVERWARE?A MAGNyi CENT ASStiRTMENT. MW. GALT * BRO cai atuution to their i , unusually lai;c assorunent of Silverware,; consisting of? Solid ailver Tea Sets, complete Nilvrr Pitchers, solid Silv r Castor ? Stiver Cups asd Saucers, Goilets Stiver Pish Carvt rs and Forks. Crumb Scrapers Case Kniv s, Fruit S&oveU, Sugar Sifters Jelly Sp ?m?, Cbeese ScuupM Picile Kaivea and Porka ? - - ?> ..a ? WW H m '?? ao fdive Spoon*, Salad Ton^x, Vegetable Foria Fiu:l Kiiivea, Ice Tongs, L>i?aert Knives Soup, Cream and G/avy Ladles Ice Cream Kbivi st c*a>t OlUri Napkin Hiq^s, Butt r Kuivos, Ten Stratnera Tea, Table, and Desert Spooua uud forks of every variety Breakfast a%l dinner CoffV-e Spoons, kc. Aieo, a v^ry largn of Fancy Silver ware, suitable for wedding, birth day, aad other pre*, uu The above is aU rf our ou*a manufacture and ia ?Wranteo u> be pure. %I. W. GAf.T * BBO., Sa* Pa. are., betw. 9th and 10th sts. Bar 31?tf GREAT BARGAINS IN LADIES', GENT-'. MISdES', AND CHIL DRENi' BOOTS AND SHOES.-The ?iha;nber betug e.?mpell"?l to remove from KP I the s?ore he now occupies, offers his pr<*s f M I est well-asa>irted atock of H<XtT:i AND 8HOES at greatly reduced prices. All persona in ' want of the aruck will And it to their advanuge to call before purchasing elsewhere. A II. SLOAN, No 304 Ta. av., n?ar 10th st., north side, "ay I?3m _ REESE S EAGLE PLUMBING AND OAS-FITJ'ING DEPOT. THE aabacrib?-r rc-pectlulty annouacea to hia tncads and U>e public in g> .itral that he has re ee.ived this h-ft tot cit |i e ce-ebrated DODGE'S DOUBLE ACTING SUCTION A.ND FORCE PUMP, which r?e,-i\^4 lhe srLVtUi KEDAL at the late Fair of the M-tiu^uliuu M^chaaics' Imjli tute, and ts now prepmtl to furnish all who may favor him with a call. His stock of OAS F1XTUK1CS arc ? passed ic the District. Witb his corps of competent worWmtn he prides h:n?M?lf to rili any ord-r? in U?e PLUMBING AND GAS-PITTING ime with proniptne^ and despatch 4y^AII work done war ran eii to give complete antista-uo.i JOHN RBK8B; may 3?tf cor. Sixth st and Pa avt-uue. MILITARY HALL. ~ THE unhrsigned wuuid re*pe truly inform his fneuds that he has aken the establishment lor ?eily known as the ** Arlti;g'.<>n Ilou-*," wbidi he tatend* <>(ienir>g on Saturday nea , May 19iii, aa a ?wtt'iran tf ;h- first ordc*. and feula assured that f??wilift,T^ |,|.|| and CIGARS J; tbechoiesst brand*, OYS ' L-.'S, G AVE and FISH, in aeasoa, ?nd every other aiticle in hla line to suit all who fcvor bun with atari. F. A COOK. TO ALL THAT VALUE TI1EIRSTGHT. \CTICAL- OPTICIA 51 ISHBS i?> call lh-' attention to ail that suffer f f Willi defective eight, caused by age, sickness and mrticularly f. on d ?*se* injudiciously selected, to liia suoerior SPECTACLES and GLASSES t are fully ground by himself to a true spherical accuracy, and hriiliant transparency, sui ed precisely and ben* efici-dly to tin- wearer according to thu concavity or convexity of the* eye. Very numerous are the ill ef fects caused to the precious organ of sight from the commepeem?-nt of usit;g g'asscs in not being pre cisely suited, by the use of an OjAoineter; and the practice of many yean, enabl a bird to measure the focal distance of the eyes, and such glas-e* that are absolutely required will be furnished with precision and satisfaction J. T acknowledges the very liberal encourage tneut already vbmiued, -t?d further solicits tte pa tnrnage of those tbat have not yet availed themselves ol hie aid. Pciwih that cannot conveniently call, by sending the glasses m u*c, and Etatinc how many inches the* can read this print with their spectacles, can be supplied with such thnt will improve their sitht Innumerable testimonials to be seen; and refer ences given to m^ny who have derived the greatest ease ar.d comfort from hi* glares. Circulars to bo had gratis, at his office. No 511 Seventh street, three doors from Odd fellows' Hall, upstart. Nobpolx. September 7,1854. Sir?The Spectacles you made for uie suit very wll, ard ?e?*m to have improved my tight more tbaa any other I have lately tried Litt. W. Tazewell. I have tried a pair of Spectacles obtained front Mr Tobias, and find them of great assistance to m> sight, and corresponding with his description of the focus. I reconunecd him as a skillful optici in LIknry A- Will. Mr. J. Tobias: Sir?The pair of Spectacles you furnished m? vesterday are particularly satisfactory to me They are very decidedly the best I posses.-, and I am th< obiter of eight or nine pairs, carefully selected i different places and 'rom opticians recommended i? me on-socount of iheir prof?sinna! standing in Eng land, France, and the United States I have beer, also pl-a ed with yonr remark* and directions on the treatment of the eves, for the purpose of pre serving and improving the sight. Respectfully >curs, t'has Calbwbll, Professor of M. C., Louisville, Ky. Lrwf hbvro, Nov. 10, 1854 Mr. John Tobias having furnished me with Glas ses. by w'lich I have be*n greatly aided, (my vision having suffered gre2tly from reading at night in m> earlier life) it affords roe 'he highest pleasure to aav that f consider him a skillful practical optician, and well prepared to aid those who ? av need his profes siuual services Wm. B. Rocxie, Elder of Methodist Conference. Wilkisston, *. C., Jan. 27, 1?54. Mr. I. Tobias : Dear Sir I am happy to say that the Spectacle# which I obtained from you last week are entirely atisfacf"ry. From an inequality in th visual range of in* eyes, I have heretofore found ireat difficulty ?n jettiiis glasses of the proper focal distances It aff.rdsme pleasure to state, thai by the aid of your ?pto?neter this difficulty has been happily obviated so that the G!awu>-i you furnished me are decidedly the best adapted to iry eyes of any I have ever yet used. Very respectfully yours, U. B Drake, Rector of St. James' Parish. Department of Interior. May 7, 1855. Prom natural defects and the unequal range of tr eses, I bave been com elled to use glasses for si-v ral years. I have tri-d different opticians without obt filing glase* t perfectly fitted to my eyes Four months since Mr. Tohias made two pairs especially tf?r ine, wricii T have found to perve me perfectly By the use of his opt ?met* r be is enabled to a rap G'asses mmuteiy to the eye I most cheerfully rec ommend Mr. ToO'as to all h iving occasion to u*> glasses, and bear my testimony a* to hi* skill as an optician. Hewry E Baldwin, Assistant Sect'y to sign Land Warrants may 18?tf POtt THE CURE OF Asthma and Consumption. NEW AND VERY WON D bKFULU! HYGEANA Brought home to tho door of the Million. A WONDERFUL discovery has recently been made by Dr Curtis of this city, in die treat ment of Consumption, Asthma, and ad diseases oi the Lungs. We refer to DK CCRTIS'S UYGE \\\ OK INHALING IIYGEA* VAPOR A Mi CHERRY rtYRUPV U lth this n-w method, l)r C- ba-< restored many afflicted ones to he^lt-\ as an evidence of which b<* has enumerable certificate? dpe i*in< "f the tr* atinent, a physician remark*, "li is evident I haling? constantly breathing a? agreeable, heali g vapor?the in - diciual prop* itn must come in direct contact wish the wiiole enai cavitie of the lungs, and thus escape the many an varied changes produced upon them when intro duced into the ftumach, and ?ubj?:ct to the pmctsi of digestion n The Hy?? na is for sale at alt th? Druggi-t's throughout the country.?.V. York Dutch man of Jan. 14 - The Iubn er Is worn on the breast under the linen without the h ast inconvenience?the heat of tht body being sufficient to evaporate the fluid Llui: Ireds of cases of cures, like the following, tuigbl be named One package of the Hyg- ara has cured me of tbu Asthma of mi years' standing. i F Keesbbbrt, P. M of Duncunoon, Pa. I am cured of th e Aithma of ten years' standing by Dr. Curtis'^ Hygeaisa. MakoaRet Eastow, Brooklyn, N. Y. Mrs. Paul, of No. A Hammond street, N Y , wai cored of a severe case ol BruuchiUs by the Ily geana. My sister has been cured of a distressing cough of several years' standing, and decided to be incura ble b, the physicians, she was cured in oue nionu> by the iiygcana. J. li. Gatbbbt, P. M Richmond, Me. The Rev. Dr. Cueevee, of New York, testilks of our medictue in the follow ing language : New York, Nov. 15, 1864. Dear Sir?I think highly of Dr. Curtii's liygeana as a remedy iu duea*ei? of the throat and Lungs ? Having had some op|Kirtunity to testify its efficacy, I am convinced that it is a most excellent medi eine, both the Syrup and theiuhaling apphcatioa to the chest. Prof. S. Cemteb writes us as ftllowt: Gentlemen?I have recently had occasion to K it your Cherry Syrup and llygean Vapor, in a case o? chronic sore throat, that had refuted to yield to oth er forms of treatment, and the result has satisfied me tbat, whatever iu<ty be the composition of your preparation, it is no imposition, but an excellent remedy. I wian, for ? lie sake of the afflicted, that it might be hrooght within the reach of all. Dr Jobms. one of the mo?t celebrated Physicians In New York write* as follows : Dr. Obtts?D?ar Sir?Having witnessed the ex cellent effects of yotir Hy?eana >r inhaling Uygean Vapor and Cherry Syrup, in case of Chronic Bron cluus, and being much in favor of counter irritation in atfuotions of the tnroat, Bronchial tubes and lungs I can theretore cheerfully recommend your Medi cated Apparatus as bem| the most convenient and effectual mode of nppyiug anything of the kind I have ever seen. No doubt, thousands of per on* may be relieved, and many cured, by using your medicines. 1 must here be allowed to confess that I am op posed to prescribing or using secret compounds, but thu little neatly contrived article, ami its ? fleets in the ca*e above uiltided to, bave induced ine to speak in its favor. You are at liberty to use this in any way yuu may think proper. Respectfully, yours, lie. C. ohms, M D-, No. 609 Houston street, IV. Y. Price three doMars a pa. kag? Sold by CURTIS A PEriKINS and BOYD ft PAUL No 149 hambers street, N. Y Four packages ?ent 'fee to any part of the United States for teu dollars. N B ?Dr. Curti-'s liygeana is the ORIGINAL and ONLY GENUINE ARTICLE; all others are base imita ions, or vile and injurious counterteus. Shun them as you would POISoN. K??r sale in VVashington by CHARLES STO IT, Pa. av nue, near 7th street; and J. B MOORE, iu tbs First A'snl. may 6m PERRY'S AND GILLOTT'8 RT ^EL PENS in variety, !? aiuht in person from the manufactur ers by the niiderstgi|ed, in this way aocuring gMbU ii.eiiens, as weff m till iest oughtf and flnuh, ol tneh brand. FSAMCK TAYLOR, ??/ * Auction csalea. My ORRB!V A SCOTT Auctioneers. rpEUSTEE'8 SALE OF HOUSE AND LOT AT I. Auction?On FRIDAY, the *9th June 1855 I ?hall sell in front of the premise?, attiljJ o'clock p. m , by virtue of a deed of trust from Henrv VV. Ham ilu n to the subscriber, bearing date the tilth day of F-b'tia.-y. 1853, and filed for record ICih February, 1*55, all that piecc or parcel of (round, in the ci?y of Washington, in the District or Columbia, known na Lot No. 11, in Square Nu. I'J9, together with the improvements, which arc a good two story Brick IIOUSK!, fcc. The above described property fronts on 6th street west 47 reel, br ween I and K streets sooth, run ning back to a HO feet allay, contai'.ing 4,200 square feet Terms: One fourth cash; the balance in 6,12and 18 months, the purchaser to give notes for the de f.rre.t pavm-ills, bearing interest from day of sale. A ilutd men and a deed of trust taken CRAVEN A311 FORn, Trustee. GREEN & tCOTT, Auctioneers. And at 0 o'clock, same ?veiling, vr ? .??hall sell a tood Paiat Shop, .inated en 6:b street, immediately opposite Llnnd Hall. Terms cash. GREEN fc SCOTT, Jo 7? Auctinnccia. Oy (AS C. BIcQUIKIC, Anctloa uc. . RUSTEE'8 SALE OP VALUABLE HOUSE I and Lot on the corner ol F str-et outh and 3a street west. - Ky virtue of a deed in trust fr? ni Jim t'nlsou and wife the. subscriber will se|!,at pub ic sale, on THURSDAY, the 28'.h day of June, 1855, at 5J^ o'clock p m , on the Qiemieeip, puns of ,ois N<*. *4 and 25, in Square No i39 fronting 4? feet ou F street routh, by 6b feet 6 inches on 3d st west, with the buil in?? and improvements which consist of a well built two story fr rnic house, with brick bakery attached. The n ove properly is eligibly situated on the iHl ind, and offers a favorable opportunity to person? :e>iring a residence en to make an investment. The terms of sale ?ill be on?-tliird cash, and the ?alance in 6,18 and 18 months, for notes bparing ? erest trom the day of sale, secured by a deed of t-ust m the prop r?y. If the terms of ?ale are not complied w ith in six lay* after tne sale, ihe property will bt refold tt the rink and exp- n?e ?f the purchaser. All conveyancing nt expense of parch i*er. C?jA8. 8. WALLACH. Tiustee. JA8. C. McGUIRE, <e 5?eokds Auctioneer. BY J C MeO('IH.K, Auctioneer RUSTEE'S BAi.E OF VALUABLE BUILD im; L t near Railroad D pot liy vutue of a ieed ot trust bearing date c>n the 4th day of Ai>ril, '8 >4. and recorded in Lii?t*r J. A 8., No. 38, folios 181. &c., the subscriber will sell, at public sale. on FHlDAY, the 5th day of June, 1855, ?t 5j!^ o'clock f? m , on the premises, all that piece or parcel ??! ground lying and being situate in the citv of Wash ington, and b mg part of squ ire No 630, beginning it a point on New Jersey avenue 270 feet from the northwest corner of said square, and running thence >-a?twardly at right angles to New ters-y avenue 124 feet IX inches, thence due south 23 feet, more or less, to a parallel line 22 feet from the first de ?cnbed line of this piece of ground, and running par allel with said line westwardly to N*-w Jersey ave nue 118 feet inches, thence no'thn a>dly o:i New Jersey avenu' 22 feet to the point of beginning. The above property is eligibly situated near the Raiiroa*! Dejsu and adjoining Foy's Hotel, rapidly enhancing in value, and offers a most favorable op pnrtTinity for investment Terms of sale: Half cash, and balance in 6. 12, and 18 months, tor notes bearing int rest from the ?lay of sale, secured by a deed in trust upon the property. If the tenr.s of *a!e are not eomplied vith in sir da>s after 'toe sale, the property will > e rvcoidat the risk and expense of the purchaser. CHA8 8. WALLACH Trustee. J AS C MoGUlKE, may 15?eo&^s Auctioneer i DENTIST BY. DR. MUNSON respectfully caiK public attention to his new patent, and GREVI I.V (viruoVED method of getting Artificial Terth, wiih CoMiiAious Gism the verv PERFECTION OF THE ART. T1iiss:>Ih of I teth has the following advantage< over all others, via: CREAT STRENGTH, CLEANLINESS. COM FORT, and BEAUTY, viemg with Nature in these respects, and in some oth'-rs excelling. Public in spection i? r? -pectfully solicited. Please call and ?ee specimens. CAUTION.?No other Denti'lin the District of Columbia has a right to make this >iyle of Teeth N. B ?'Teeth constitutionally healthy, plugged and war-anted for life. office v?d house at No. 998 E street, near the comer of Pennsylvania avenue and 14th street. ap-24?tf NEW AND OLD PIANOS. WE have now hi store the largest assortment of PI\N S ever offere in thu city from Hal et, Davis St Co , Bacon St Raven, and Knab?. !}aeh!c flt Co's celebrated manufactories. Th? sc Pian-ib w< guarantee, and sell upon veiy easy ter lis Also, anew Pi no u^ed only a few months, which ^re offer at the low price of ?200 etmh ; a iecond larrt Piano, by %ndre Stien, f'.r :li75. A very tine ?e< ond toaed Chickering Piano fot a!>* or rent at a bargain. Old Pianos taken in exchange for new. Always on hand, St* ols, Covers, Violin?, GciUir?; Flutes, Accordeons, Music, ir 4-c. JOHN F ELLIS, 306 Pennsylvania hvenue, may 10 bet. Dtii and 10th rtni ls FRENCH IIA IR DRESSING AND SHAVING SALOON. I'HE undersigned re-pectfully announces to the citizens of Washington, tliat be has opened a Gentlemeu'e Hair Dresein}; and Shan- g Saioon, cn Pa. avenue, between Uth and 12th streets, w.iere he s at all inn-? prepared to aceommodate them in all branches of the tonxoriul opt r uion. Hair Jutting lierfonned in the very luie&t styles. He would call particular attention to hi* Wigs, Toupees, Braids, Prixrtti r. Whiskers, Mustachoi-, ic , and is prepared to fiil all orders in the above tine at the shortest notice. A good assortment con stantly ou baud He re*pecttully solicits a call, feeling assured that he cannot fail to plesev all who insv so favor him. je 6?eolm JOHN HERbORN. \TEVV BOOKS RECEIVED AJ 1> SI1ILLI KGTON*8. Tne Wa'chman, will be lound a fitting companion to the popular and simple stuty of the Lamp lighter Uarpors* .Magazine for Juno?cominaaces a new volumo The Mi-eing Bride, by Mrs. Pouthworth The Two Guardians, by the tutiior of Hearlseaw Blanch Lorwood, a tale of modern lif? Virginia, Harper's Story Bonk for June A Book of Thoughts, Meuioncr, and Funoie?, by Mrs Jameson Peeps from a Belfry, or the Paris Sketch Book Leaves from a Fain ly Journal, by the autli >r of At. tic Philosopher in Paru Joy and Care, a friendly bonk for young uiotbers, by Mrs. ^uthill Ail the new book* published received immcdia'a ZafterwardB, and every thing in h> stationery line r sale at ' 8iJILLINGTON'S, Bookstore, O-ieon Building, je 1 Corner 4)4 st, and Pa. av. NOTICE TO THE CREDITORS OF . HALL a BROTHER. BARUCH HALL, surviving partner ?if Isaac H OI, having, on the 28 ii day of February, 1?55, assigned to Hie undersigned all the i^ock in trade and debts ol the firm of Hall &. Rrother, to be applied to the full satisfaction of certniu debts, lia bilities, and engagement* of the sai<i firm of Hall h. Brother, and tlie surplus to pay and distribute rate nl ly among such of the remaining crecitors of said firm as shall within six months ftotn raid 23th day or F' btuary, 1655, execute and deliver to said Ba i uch H <11, full and absolute releases of all indebted ne s to th?-m respectivfly by said Baruch Hall, sur viviug partner n aforesaid. Notice is therefore hereby given to such creditors oi paid lirm of Hall a Bro'lier, or said Baruch Hail, surviving parrn-r, as may drslre to participate in ti.e benefit < it-aid atHgmumt to execute and dchv er to said Baruch H?ll, full and absolute relea-es as aforesaid, within the period of six mo lbs fiom said 28,h day of F bruary. 18"V5 RICH AMD WALLACH, Trnstee. je 11? eotAug28th */. J. niuBLkiO't, DEALER IN ICE, Office and Depct ?outh ride F, nejl to corner 12/\ it. ICE KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND AT THE OFFICE, which cau be had in large, or small quantities. (p?- i tfire open fiom 5 a. m to 9 p. m. m 1?eo8m WBS COPARTNERSHIP. B have this d'y formed n c partnership under tiie firm of NeaL k HaVKjixtn, for the sala of (Ytnes, Liquora, Cigars, a?., w wbolea.ile and reUil, at No. 60S Seventh s ., opp Centre Market Js T. NBAJL may 25?tola V. W. HAVENNER, STEWART'S SKYLIGHT D\GUERREAN GALLERY?We are making splendid pictures (or lower prices tbin any other Ga !er> in the city. They are per I fectlv lire-like, and satisfaction ii always given. I Gallery directly over M. W. Gall's Jewelry Store Pa. avenue je 1?lm PICKHOlll WITH UKFttCTl V4C vision are invited to examine my, extensive stock of all kind* o< STECTA " CLES and EYE-GLASHE*. Glasses1 of any kind, such as Cataract, Parabola. ??i' Periscopic, Double Concave, Double Convex, and Colored Glasses, put in at short notice, with great care, and persons in want or glosses may be sure to*et those whicfe benefit the eye. Circulars "Defecllve Vis?on." gratis at H. SKMKEN'S, 3 SO Pa. avenue, bctw. 9th and 10-Ji sis. mar 30 I3ANS PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLE*, ' kc., kc.?Wc hav* now in store a large vari ety of fine and cooimoa Fans, HarrisonV end Lu bin's celebrated Perfumery, Brushes, <'ombs, I'ooth Powder*, playing and vl-iting Cards, tine Portmon naics, Cipar Cues, Card Cases, Baskets, Canes, kc,kc., all of which we are s?lling out at low prices to suit the times at :he Piano. Music, Sta tionery, Perfumery, and Fancy Goods Store of JOHN P. ELI.IS, 300 Pa. avenue, bet. 9th and 10th sts. may 93?tf_ _______ NOTIO.IG ? i received this day a new assort ment of SLEEVE BUTTONS and STUDS, of the latest styles. Also, a variety of other new Goods: a? Vest Chain*, Chatelaine, Brace lets, Pit ? Earrings, Rinzs, etc. Great inducements offered ;o purchaser?. H. SEMKKN, No. 330 Pa. avenue, bet. 9th and 10th st?. .00- New Pointi put to Gold P?*ns at short no:ice. Diamonds remounted, and Jewelry made to order, mar 29 ?tf WASHIWU* STOffc l^CPArT'BY, S. E. corner of Pa. av. and Elevmtk tired, 8o>e Agency for CHIL80N, GOULD k CO'S Warmiu; and Venlilaiio? 4pparalns, M POND k CO.'S (ot Boston) Union Double-Oven f ook?ng Range, J. L. MOTT'S (of New York) INVINC'BLE DOUBLE-OVEN RANGE. Constantly on hand, and r? cejvine LATROBE STOVES, for heating tw i stories; P <rlor and Cham l?er GRA I'ES, Enamel ed and Japanned Cooking Hall, Parlor, Chamber and Dinmc Room S OVES Plain, Tinned and En.umlled Iron HOLLOW W ARE; Bloek Tin, Planished and Japanned WARE iu great varietv. All of which will be sold at the lowest possible rates, that will compare favorably with any Estafc lishment south of New York. An examination ol my stock is earnestly solicited ap 13?3?ii J IS SKIRVInG FOR POOR AND LABORING MEN. SMALL BUILDING tOT? of lo t??t ?r more. 11 various ptrts ol tfc* City, and (loo retc.-srn. s law prices, bl! terms to suit. LLOYD A CO RDIIDINQ STOHK, For aaic, deliverable at the Canal, or Wharves !? \Vs*hlni;U>n, Qeoigctywn. or Alexandria. LLOYD ft 00 16tb o'er Trawmrw TUpariinw T8 It JOHS R KLVAHS. WILLIAM THOMPSON ELVAN8 ft TH MP80H, dealers in HARDWARE, COACH TRIMINGS Ac.. Ro 340 P ? ii ???> I v it n I - xvnne, Irtwem N-nth and Tenth stitets. lVathineton, D. C. HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE. Britannia, Germau Silver, Albata and Silver Plated Tea, Table and I insert Spoons Carver- and Forks, Steels, Knives with and with out Forks Brass, Britannia, RlockTinand Pate Candlestick*; Shovel and Tones. Waffle Irons, S d Irons Maslin and Beil Metal Kettles, Furnaces,Gridirons, Oven?, kc. BUILDING MATERIALS. Rural Cottage. Close , Cupboard, Chest, Till, Pad and Trunk Locks Shuttle, Door, and Blind Hinges, Screws, Cut and Wrought Nans, Bolts Brad's Shimer Screws and Ptubbs, Door SpriDgs, Handrail Screws, Door Knobs Bell Pulls, Door Sheave- and Rail, ac. CABU ET MAKERS' GOODS. Hair Cloth, Curled Hair, Mess, Gimps, Sofa and Chair Springs Venitian Blind Hooks, Rack Puileys, Roller Ends, Brackets, Furniture Nails Glue, C.,ffin Handles and Screws, Diamond Screw Plates, kc CARPENTERS' GOODS. Planes, Saws, Drawing Knives, Spokeshavea, Chi> els and Gouges, Plane Irons Auger*. Braces and Bun, Boring Machin.a, Ham aiers, Hatchets, Devels Bcvils, Squares, Guages Axes. kc. BoACKSMI'l II AND COACH MAKERS GOODS Black and Bright Springs, Axles, Fellots, Spokes, Hubs, Bows. Smuts, Poles Sleigh Runner*, Silvered and Bra's Bands, Stump Joints, Stumjt Collar*. Top Prop^ Curtain Frames, Lamp*, In-ide Linings, Lining Silks. Damask, Seaming Curds Tufta, Ta?sele, Buttons, Tacks, Fringes, Laces, and Plain and Enamelled Canvass Russia Duck, Euamelled Leather, Dash Leather, Ac. ELVANS k THOMPSON, je 1?6m 3?B Pa. avenue NEW POLKA. THE CHEVY CHASE POLKA, composed foi arid dedicated t Mn-s Sally I). Bradley, 1^ J. D. Saunders, Esq.. of this city, who<e composition* have always met with such gteul public favor The merits ol the piece are such as will introduce it among all lovers of music. Price 33 cents. Just published and for sale by hilbus k nrrz. The President's Mounted Guard Utiickst* p. com posed by tnc a^compli-hcd Pianist, Mr. Robert del Itr, will appear in a tew davs may 1*2 WILVER WAHE,PLA1i?l) WftHK O AM D FINK PA ?CV OOO OS?Silver Cr3ee and Ten Seta, Sugar llowta, Cream Jugs, Gohtcts, Cups, Spoons and Forks Also, a great variety of magnificent Fancy Silver Ware, suitable for presents. Plated Coffee Seta, Castors, Baskets, Spoons and Porks, on best Albata The irticlea are warranted as represented, and will be sold at a small advance. H. SEMKJSN, 330 Pa. aveuue, bet 9th a;?4 10th rtrects. mar 09 - tf SUPKHIOKTABLE AMD POCKET Cutlery,4iaxors. Scissors, kc A large assort ment, low* r than at any other pla ein the city. For guod articles and low prices alwavs call at the Housekeeper's Furnishing Store, 400 Seventh st. may 30 G FR ANCIS MORE BARGAINS. JOHN H. CflilOT, Bridee street, nouth ride near IftgA, Georgetown, HAS jud received a further supply of seasonable Goods, amongst which will be found 5U pieces good at)lea last colored Lawns at 19){ 10 do plain black and white and bUck do. :<0 do rich plaid Ginghams and Gingham Lawns :t0 do dotted and rich emh'd Mu-lina 50 do plain Swiss and Nainsook do 40 do Jaconet and Cambric do ;*) do plaid and striped do 25 Grass Cloth Skirts 30 corded and (1av:ask do White i*nd colored Watered Moreens 50 pieces light pretty styles Calicos 10 do Barege de Laines at 12^c 2 do Buff shade Linen With an assortment of seasonable styles of Olorea, Hosiery, and many other very desirable Goods, to which the attention of cakh or prompt customers is invited, as we are constantly receivinz new goods, and are selling them at prices to suit the times, may 29?tf J H. SMOOT. FINE WATCHES. AVING made a considerable addition to my stock of SO LB HOJmKfl PATBVT LSVE&t, and LADtn' WATCH IS Of first quality, heavy 18 carat H Also, SILVER WATCHES for boys. I offer them at greatly reduced jric?9, movements are selected with grwjt care, and ftvry Watch to warranted. Persons m want of a fine timekeeper are tnvtted 03 examine my rusortment. H SEM KEN, No. ISO Pa. avenue, bctw, 9th and iitk tti. max 90 EVENING STAR. SPARKS FROM A DOMESTIC FIRESIDE No, Mr. Timmings! I shan't do it to please you or anybody else. I know very well who has been putting you up to such notions, but it won't do. I'm not going to spoil Araminta Ann's hands to please your meddlesome, old fashioned sister! Let me tell you that! Learn her how to cook and wash, indeed. I m surprised at you, Mr Timmings. that you have no moie pride than to want our daughters to work. I don't intend they shall know anything about it, and then their hus bands when they marry can't expect it of them. My girls weren't intended lor drudges to tny man, and they shan't be either. I'd like to know if Mrs Fitz Snobbs would ever call again, if she should come in and see Araminta Ann, or Amanda Malvina, with a broom in their hands ? No, indeed Mr. Timmings, you may as well hush: for I shan t spoil my girls' prospects to please any one. Cook and wash, indeed ! Learn them to keep house ? No, sir ! All I'm going to hare my girls learn, is to be graceful and elegant; and I'd like to know il they could be either, coming in from the kitchen, all red and mustled up, their hands all burned and blackened, and their long linger nails all broken ! No, Mr. Timmings, my girls were born to be ladies, and ladies they shall be not kitchen maids ! You n. edn't tell roe I know how to work ! What if I do? If 1 hadn't known how, you never would have expeeted it of mc, and I'm deter mined my girls shan't know anything about it. Il they can play the piano and harp, talk a little French sing a little Italian, and dance, and wa'k gracefully, that is all I think necessary for them to know. Mr. T., il sail useless?you can not alter my mind a bit, and I'm going to have my own way about it. And cow, while I m talking of it, just give me ten dollars to pay the seamstress bill. Why don't the girls sew *?just because J won't let them prick their lingers to pieces?that's why! Mr Timn_ings you're the most unreasonable ma . I evei heard of! D ? you think Augustus Van Sympieum would think any more of oui Aiaminta Ann because she could make a pudding, or a shirt ? No, indeed. Mr. T ; he wouldn't marry any girl who had so low an opinion of herself as to work ! He wants his wile Mr. 1 itnmings, to giacc his parlor, and he will have a house keeper to grace his kitchen. Never mind about their gettuig poor men. Mr. T.;m\ daughters are better raised, and have more sense than to indulge in any ro nmnce, unless that romance has solid gil ding. Mo, Mr. Timmings. they will have no fancy for love in a cotiage, unless it shouid be a cottage orne. So you neein'i fiet yourself?they will know how to care lor no one.- w Now, Mr. Timmings, you talk to me again about my extravagance, if you think best, after pa>ing ten dollars for that little trilling box of cigars, and thirty-five dollars for live gallons of brandy, ^iow, Mr. Timmings, that's what i call extravagance?sJtiah extra vagance, too not one Hit of cse to any one but yourself; and when I get a new thing, it is lor the benefit of the whole family Mr. Timmings, men are the most selfish creatures in existence, and you are the most selfish of men?that you are! Ten cents a pieco for cigars, eh ? Well, well! what is the world eom ing to? 1 can't get fifty dollars from you to buy that old China set that would make our table look 60 aristocratic ? look like we had had it in the family for gen et ations Real Havana, are "thev ? i hope you think so, Mr. T.; but i'thiaU if you will walk out some of our back streets, you will see just as real Havanas in the course of manufaciuie. You are a little solter-headed than 1 gave you credit for, Mr. Timmings, if you were made to "believe that those cigars ever saw Cuba. Now, Mr. Timmings, only last week 1 asked you for a hundred dollars to buy the girls each a brocade silk, and to send Iraminta Ann, Manda Malvina. and Os car Thaddeus to dancing school?some thing reasonable to spend money for ? and what was your answer, Mr. Tim mings ? What was your auswer, I say ? Why, thai you couldn't support such useless extravagance, and that I had better put them to the wash-tub and plow ; yet you can spend forty five"dol lars in brandy and cigars ! Now, Mr. 'J immings, 1 will have those dresses, and they ?kail go to dancing school! to, make up your mind to pay the bills when they come in. You wont, eh? Well, just let me see you get out of it if you can?that's all! Aiiit 1 your lawful, married wife? and can't they make you pay my bills ? No, Mr. Timmings, I'm not to be trilled with any lorger; and if jou can alford to spend money on brandy and cigars, you shall on your ovru dear children?that's fiat! I m going this very day to get that old China, and I took a chance to-day in the lottery lor some old silver plate ; and if I win it, i m going to have your father's initials put on it, and tell everybody he left it to me when he died. You see, Mr. Timmings, what it is to have a managmg wife. I'm sure I'll win that old silver, and with t^at and the China our table will make any one think we are from souk old family. But, Mr. Timmings, you must give up your expensive habits or your means will not support the necessary ex penses of ourstyle of living. You really can't afford it, and you must curtail for ty-five dollars for brandy and cigars. It wont do, Mr^ Timmings ? It must do! Why, it would have nearly paid for that China. I declat e I am quite faint, think ing of it! [E7* A yo Jng lady being aj-ked whether she wouid wear a wig when her hair! turned gray, replied, with great ear nut ness, " Oh, no! I'll dyo first!" (C7* Never let yo ur tongue go before your thoughts. THE WEEKLY 8TAJL TMk eantal Ftsifiy cm be found tn Sin#e copf, per annum - ????? dOltMMM****** ??kilt Twenty to J* 00 0d~ Ciia, nviUULi ? i?Tuoi. ??- Smjlr copirj (ta wrappen) eta be proenred at tbe counter, imnediitHf after Uie wet of Utt pnj>er. rrice?mnaa corre. roiT\*fTti? who act m afmu wCI be aSewni a eooniieiimi of twenty p?r cent. An* Indian' Hanoi in St Paul Mi* MS ta.?Our city had the honor yerter* day of a Tisitfrom several hundred Win nebagoes. with iheir squaws; and d urine tho day they paraded the Btreeta in ail the gaudy fioery which is a sure token that they have recently been in the re ceipt of government annuities. Most of the chie'.s and braves, with Little Hill at their head, were in the party, and during the afternoon a grand aance took pla e in front of the capital. Quite a number of ladies graced the official realms of the Governor and Secretary with tbeir pres ence, in order to obtain a view o( the pro ceedings: the capitol steps were crowded, and the lawn in front was thickly covered with Indians, some of whom were in their gayest dress, and others, not a few of them, as nearly naked as they could be. The dancers, about a few in number, oc cupied the centre space of the lnwn: around them a ring of braves were seat ed, and behind them a circle of squaws, papooses, &c Two Indian and one American flags, were stuck in line, at proper distances, in front of the capitol, and before them sat the band which ihumped drums and blew whistles with unceasing energy. The dance was pro tracted for nearly or quite two hours, and formed a wild and exciting seer e which can hardly be described. It must have been a pleasant one to those who engaged in it, for at the termination of each dance they returned to their places laughing with right good will Little ? ill had a talk with the Governor, and aftei receiving an order for bullocks bo intimated that it was his intention to de Dart for his new home immediately. Such sights as this used to be familiar to the old citizens of St. Paul. They are growing les* and less frcq leot, and th s, the latrst ad q?ogt brilliant of them ail, may i.otiuapily be regaided as the <ast flicker of the candle. The Indian has passed away, and to us is no more.? St. Paul Pionter, May 24. (?7* The canal outrages in Indiana have oreattd an intense and wide spread excitement in that Mate, as the canal against which the conspirators hare be?n waging war is a most important work to many flourishing towns, and to a popu lous agricult ural district. 1 he impunity ffith which the ou razes are committed seems amazing. Since the Governor is sued his proclamation, off ring rewards for the apprehension of the conspirators, rhey have stuck up a notice offering a reward for his hi-ad When they burnt ihe aqucducts over Birch * reek. ? party ?>f thetn stood guard during tne progress of the fire, to see that it was not stopp'd. Besides warning away and scaring away the labore s employed in repairing the reservoir, they burned all the building# occupied by them, w th their tools, wheelbarrows, &c., and eleven other buildings in addition: thus removing eve*y house likely to be used for the pur pose of sheltering the men. They hire also destroyed the two locks at the junc tion, and posted written noiices on tho doors of persons ia the vicinity who dis approved of their acts, warning them, that if they gave any information of the perpetrators, or had anything to say on the subject they would at oncc be taken out and lynched They hrd made an example of a miller who expressed disap proval, by scourging him severely, and told him that if he interfered any further his mill would be burnt to the ground. Meantime navigation on the canal is in terrupted. and a number of coal Ivafa left high and dry. A public inee'inghtis been held at Evansville, kt which much indignation was expressed agaiust the conspirators Another Alleged Bui isii Military * gent in Custody.?The United utes Marshal's deputies arrested six more 44 farmers" cn Saturday morning who arrived in an early train from New York, where they were recruited by Bntihb agents ior the I rimean army. The tame of lice i ? took into custody Louis Celagi alias Gsliski, a Pole, on a charge of fee ing an agent of the British Government, for the enlistment and forwarding of re cruits to the British Provinces. The re cruits hare been locked up as witnesses, and Captain Celago was held for exami nation on Tuesday on a charge of having acc.pted a 44 commission to serve a for eign prince," &.z , and the violation of our neutrality laws. The maximum penalty for tins crime is a fine of $2,000 and imprisonment for thiee years. John Schwoerer, boarding house keeper on Pleasant street, has also been arrested and held for examination on a complaint for participation in the enlistment of soldiers for foreign service.?Boston Cou rier of Monday. The Career of a Black Scot ndrkl. TheGiai.d Haven (Michigan) limes, of the 30th of May, gives an account of a most notorious scoundrel living in that vicinity, by the name of Jonathan Tur pin lie is a negro, who has seluced no less than three men's wives. Il;s first white victim was the wife of W. Clifford, by whom he had a boy who lived to the are of ten months. His next white vic tim was Madam Victor, a good-looking woman, with a disMpaied hu band, who Anally died at Turpin's hou*e ilis next victim was the wife of William Hawkins, deceased, with whom he had been living an adulterous life for some time past. This illicit intercourse so em boldened the black ra?*cal, that he final ly resolved to take the life of Haskins, that he might have uninterrupted inter course with his wife. The limes then goes on to staie that Haskins went to the home of the negio rascal, when a fight en sued, in the course of which the latter stabbed him to the heart." The negro has been arrested, and is now in jail. '^?True joy ii a 6erene and sober ?motion, and they are miserably oui that take laughing for rejoicing: the seat of it is within, and there is no cheerftlne6q like the resolution of a brave mind.

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