Newspaper of Evening Star, October 10, 1854, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated October 10, 1854 Page 1
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THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (cxcntn siHDiT,) At tiif Star Hitiding*, roriutr Pennsylvania *rmu? trml huvntk street. Rt WAI'LACai <Sr II u P E , Will eerml to ?tibecnl>eni ai Hie cibrs <>f Wa?h. iiHU>n,U?-o?*e.?wn, AWandria Battiaor* ?n<1 PLjiii d?-lp.?ua, at rfIX AND A yUARTIR CENTS, paya ble ?reekJ> to Ui?* Ag*iiu. To mail imh-wribere lb* ?nh*cripti?m pri>n u THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS 1 ypsr in advance, TWO POL LAKS lor SIX MuNTUt?, and ONE DOLLAR for TI1K EC dOSTHA corns nxi CBJTT. VOL. IV. WASHINGTON, D. ?., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1854, NO. 554. * THE WEEKLY STAR, Tbta ueaiieai family and New* IikimI hbuIii bif ? (Ntw variety of interesting i Miltni than be found in any otber?ta pabllabed on frariiy. - mil. 9taf!e copy, per annum J1 88 TO OLTOO. Fite copiw Ten do 8 ? Twenty do - - v. U M> 00- Ca$M, ixvabiaBLT III advance. 0&- Hinjtte copies (in wraj>per?) cu be procund a the ctNinter, inxin diaitly after itoe w>?e ot the |.ap?r. Prue?THaaa ctKTa. i'oSTMABTBRH wbo act ,U Uf?-UU wiU bo allowed a commission of twenty p?r ccnt. A R?*J?DY FOB "EACH DISEASE." AT the r-questofaany dray putienu*, I has* ?Dse..,red to put up a class of my most ?Ci cleat prescriptions in the (bim of FAMILY MEDI CI SES, each on? suited to a particular disease, as > not, iike th" manufacturers of the nortrcrr* and pansoevi of th~ day, proaiulgite to the world thai an/ oae *ill euro all diseaw, and who. (in th<? word* ot the gr--*t Italian physician. 8p.?i lactam) wicticUi*i which litry <ncrm hitie, into bod it* uihicA : Vjf /kw?0 i?s?." J. 8. EOS*. M. D., Phil* Pbr CHottra, DyxmUry, &*od ' ^npiaxnU. 4c.. Br J. 8. r.08K'3 CAfOlIN AKVB BALpaM Thixt mixinr<- i* one ot the m"?t important mwil cine a, aad should be kept in all tamiiies ae a "-pe eiflc" for Ohol-ra and B"w?l Complaints it has oev er failed. Dyseartrry ranches in a few days whet thia article W us??i as aire ted. trice 25c. Dr. J. 8. Sea'? Pai!? Corhi will iar* Stiff Ne<-*. Pofe Thrift. P?tj*. ?a th? fa"? 3id?, Back ?x Li mi fram a Col J. Choli?, Cbaiera \lorbus. Ac It curer 8praii?, Chilblain*, Crampe or Pains In the &tom ash or Bowwis. Prioe 12%, 36, and 50 eta Da. J. S. Bait's KiTXACt or Bcchv is one of the beet r?taHH?? ever used for diseases of the Kidney* Bladder, Ac. Prioe 60c. Pa. J. 8. Boix's iisuvccs a*? lintoKkmm c>a dial, frr II?ar; Lhseas", ail Nervaun Affections, Plat a ra4, Hurt Burn, Reatle^ea^s, Hdai>>B?es, N?u ralgia, -airing ths spirits, aad {ivies >*>wer so tL.* whci? system. It is aim .at miracalou* tn its effort (0 eate a boiila. \)\- J. 8. Ross's IVt9pipt!0 Oohpouwd. a sure euro for Dyspepsia. Uver Complaint?, and indigesti.ia, wtten *aX??? in conjunction with his Alternate or Family Pills. Pne** of both 76?. Da. J. 8. Rom's Goton Pam ;or Palling of th? W-mb, P"ca'? O.-hiTitv, and Re?axat*ot Th-y ha*.} s petulinr affiiity for the debilitate. muscit?e of the female, and in no ;n-*t*n,-? hav*- th*? failed in radically curing those dis'ressini* com plaints fcartles are so often su^eet rtea 6'.' jea:< Dr. J. 6. iwoea's Awn- iuo's ex Raiuoao Pa^s. - Theee pills are not warrauted to aure in err"? m?: aiy or diseaee incident to man, but they are ? pai d remedy for a Bilious state ot the system and co-a mon fevers. Wht*n ueed with Dr. itoee's Tonic Vix tor*, will cure the mo-it stuboorn "apee of Biliou. fever or P0T*r and Ague. Prise 12;^ aui 263. Da J. 3. Ro?i's Sa*?jpaxilla Coxnvr*, '.or a'l Skin Dixev^i ?nd for pnrifyinp the Rlood, it h> ku penor to all others. Price Ow. and $1. Db J. 8. Bcsb'3 Rus? jr Onci, tree f'oa a'l tfcr bad elfo"t* if Opium or Lanianutn, pii'-b a? iieel ache, Constipation, or 8::k Stomach. Frire 26c. All whoee Ooaatitation^ are impaired by iivv* n w-ak by mature, should read Dr. J S. ftCde'p -iledi ca! Adriser, ('which conte.his a iocrif tioa uf the Vl"1 ease-? of our climate and the code of rreanr*ni.y It can be had without charge of Z. D. Gilaan, Ch.-u-l?s Stott A Co., W. B 0il3ia--. John W. Nairn, Patterson Jt Nairn, D. 5. Uiari, H H McPiseraou, William I. Srans, iidwe.l A Law rence. J. B. iloors, Washington; J. L. Kidwell, fteerjetown. and by all dealers is AloianMk Yir je af? LIVER CUMTLAINT, DYSPSPSIA, J A U M DICK, CURONIO OK N?i?,VOo5 DIS5Ai23 OF TUa KlDN^y, AND ALL DtSBASSS AKIbiNU FROM A DLSOXD3REO L1?SB 05 bTOMAOE. fr?a as Jop-^lpato?. lavsrd Pn*h>?? of Bl<m! to tae Heai, A^iiry ot ttie S^mjch, Naassx Hes.rtoarn, W^aitUt f ?i, Fnilcsna ?i-Trsigb: ja the Stotawjji.Sjaf Sxa.;tatioin, tNniin^ or 7 r.u Iht %t the 1* ?>? ^-icrh, aw^arrij^ oj th? Hea-J, i-irtijd aiii at tt.e ' -."k'-tiJ ? r iit<'..*>?at*pg awmti j^a when if a lyin.' Wo' x:*, Disoti.' of Visi^r, Dot or We be before ?T?f ear". r>nu {-^jn 'u iu3 bea-1, itjtl' iensy ef ps-jpira3ou, Y^liowcre# o? the c'-in and fc^ei, Nu .a Uie SiU ?, ?? ?*, Cas=t u^'n, ?., aciin.'i i.i'iiU t'l ijrtt, ilnruic( in the F.?-ib, Oooe'jk-.t 'Tssyiatarrs of e-?Pi. an 1 Srett J#epret!?ioa of Spirits, OAS XI X>nOTT}AUT OVXXB IT d r: hoo fland's Celebrated G-drman Bitters, PKHPAE&D BY PR, 0. M. JA.CKSON, Ma. 1X? Airtfc eirsct, PhlUdelvMla. ' pow r ? tr the i'oove Jiseaaas is not jxc?!led Ifei ^alis>?, Qj mi.y ol?.?i pteparit'ioa in the Unite*] SUt? . *9 the tjr-' attest, ia -aaay <**,-* -far itJ fu^phyebiaao failed. Ttsec? bltt*rsar-? wcrthj the attention oflarelidu Pos3ea3lc,< <rs?t ?trtu?e In the recti^atija of di?. eaeee )i Jk? Jiirerurd lei^er 'fiends, exercising th* most ^earshing powers in ?wv*a*ne?s and affesllenp o1 th? Ji *??tjTe ors;aaa, taoy are, with*l, ??<9, carUJa, an : plevit'iV RSAD AND Ri? CCNVINC1D. Pau.AOat.Psu,,i, iSM. D.. O. M J?ax?a: Ite^r 3 r?for the p?st two year-4 I ha?e i>ssn e-Tsreiy i'3! -ted with Lirer Coin pi vat, Imuuiw JUrrhoia. aad Piles, 4Ui fer:n^ in a gre^c 1e; -,e coustautly, tae pains and in ooarenfc'n ?** ??t-ndau; r?;>on aeh Ji* ves, withon: energy, b??nj srarcel/ ao'.e tr attend t* any bn^ I l?>et a great i^al ?f tny , ani nsed taany kin<ts ?f me 11-nne, with a *p 'atc; ;hsngo, until I c?3?*t>aed with yna- "Hm* vtd't Gr^mn.r, if-.'tei:." th? ha?e entirnly enred rte. I ha7e gaiaed ir weight ever fv^'j ;w(i since I eoruaenceii thsir nss, aul I aai a :w entirely i'r?s from pain aud a<d'? oi mm j kind, ani !<e! like a aew maa. I anL?8itat lngiy rc? >mii?ii l your rfiUm to all invalid ?TO!t, reoK?;t.aIiy, Jctis r. oopr, Ha. 12 I^r .-.rr Pi%0; w. n. A<t*sii. ? je. Of titf> Argue, W-^tcn. Mo>, Jaij IX, lSa't, oa;i: "I vas la? >um^ier So ?ery low and wees as uot to bo aole to stand at tae cas> lonz-r than one bonr at a tiia? I tried one botUe of your O-rman Bittera, which ?rtirely car?d me. I hare a?<-I two bottl-e. I enat two bottles 160 mile fron a-re to ? friend who aad i/e?n sick Jbr a lon,i tiia*; he ha* a'eo been cared by .hem I beliey them to b?m?*rior to any medictae new In aHe." *i, 8. Perklai, Min-tta. 0h.o, Keb i2,1?M said: "Your Ui;?;rd *re his;hiy prized by tho^e wtn. hAT5 unei th?s. In ?>t Liver C-impiulBt, e* loa; ?t .a ling, ?hx,\ hid -'xirt i tht u.x.1 oj sat rrz* p^yrwiaat, was eati.ely curad by the a?e or ? Bottle^-' V. (?????) m?lr? Jewalleff, ^Vo>??er, O., D?v 2d,1851, : "1 <>mbri?ce td? opportunity of in 'orxaiog yv?? o? the '? ?at betu<iit I have dan red rrore the ibw of Dr. U^odo?:l'e Oer-nan Bitt?r?. I hare ueet taea lor Chiiu m.i 1 ^erer, and Disorders Ptom*ca, aad founl reiief la ?rery we. l'hey are th? beat r*medy 10/ i>?eo^ier?i 8t >maca;i tniak to existence." D. K. Sykes, ttsq , KiMr of tA? Lbtrier 'orwich, C->na., eakl: "i ane be^n using your Ger n *a Ctuera for -touie time, for Dyepepsia, ?cj i*r,. f in 1 eo muoh raiief from then, chat 1 hare na.1# up ot mini to <i?e thsui a rirttTmte rr. dor >* " (luldeai Kiiap, A> Co , Jaaeeriiie, R'is. B??t. l**l, eavl; "Yourdermen Bitten are deserved ly poyjlar u?^e, and ajiong ail the prep&reu m^.ii d isa on our afcelrw, Hjv aar* *?? eol<l wliich haT* r *en tha *mUstmcSU,a oi U?>!laad's tjcrmsn Bitters.' Jane Id, 1^6'f, th-y e^id: llvf. ^Qua^ni th*m % aa lafalaabie spring and summer m"> iichia " W. M.Orr, Wooster. O., ?)ctoNrr id, 1?62, e-ri '? You ask me my opinion of the Grrtaaa Bitters 1 uava need th*u> for Uy^p?}vsi? and Indigestion, etvi tak? pleasure in elating that I think th*y are the ?ery beet i*m?-iy for the above oomnlaint^? lltey a-e decviaiij in 'Jit jU,; i-w of all tht proy i etor j m^iictnAt ?/ the day " ???"ir. Orr is a dixtiugulshe-J lawyer of Woosta; Th** Bltterii a. s nrnasLi vurn it ? The* aseer tAf tyiUn bat u?.jgorale U for eale in WasamgtOB by Z. D. OILMAN: IT la Owgefcjwn Of J. L KIDWBLL. Ia Alexaairia jj J. R. PIBrpont In Richmond by PCRCULL. r.ADD * CO In Baltimore by CANrtY A ILAT<JH _ J? *? DkYIS a MiLi.KR -}n 140 sura u an ex la do MAOPHX&ttON A MaRSUALL Its Xoriolk by M. A &ANTcki A 8>J}| And by re?^et^b!? t?*l#rs i|? msdicias eee.-w W l--|? WABiiElTS IMPROVKT* P1RK AND * * rtR-PKrx'P COMPOSITION ROOFING. \lrE Uii- pletjiure ia culling the r.t'eution ot ff p ?rti?* '*J?t-inpl?tiu>f burldinn to thi? higb ly po^uiar n ?itn< materiel, wbirh ba? N*?*n io ex tensir* ae? thr<ni_'li. et tbe citif? ot th?* 'VrstT > Ptstee and Hnt eh Pr.ri? ?*s :0r upw?r<lfi of 10 ycers, during which tiia^ ijas r? eu t?*'?d by every vsri ety of eir' imsUn<--<, *ud u unifsraally roacede>i to pc?ae?u<. in a greater d?vr.~ then n<Cng matero*! in u-*. the lalukl* of <>h^apnesii. durabi ity and security a^ainft !he action of the el- ' ?m^nt*. We are rea iy to contract f. r r lb the city 1 and eouoiry i>A>w rr. rij II to 1? s n ?ud I to 5 p m. C V WARheis A OJ, luth ft. ?i d-or ?bove M-'tuhs's AocUnn K-'cm. sug i- - CAPTAIN CANOT, 4 CTHOR OF TU* GREAT BOoK. JUfT BE l^CTUBEUBLISUJiI)' SPIUKri of HAMPTOVB GREAT CURB OF RHSUMATIFM CONTRACTED UNDER TROPICAL CLIMATK8. Baltihohv, Md , June 4.1S54. Mr. H'xJcbridgi, ofth*. J*wn>ain HoUl Light street. Baltimore? I>*r Sir : Betas; on the point of leaving th* city, I avail myself of n few idle mrmsnts to thank you klndlv for the medicine yon .-*nt me, and ?hi<-h has r-*'r>red ?e to the nse of my limbs. I b"g yon to send m? four bottle* more, to _ carry on my vovag". ? ' c? I h?d the fortune to ust- Lit. Hampton's Ve<e t^ble Tinctrre my confidence is eo strong that, in gratitude o the proprietor" of sai 1 medicine, I be^ y ij to present my respe<1- to tbein, anl induce ? he a to moke it more publicly known as a sur* M.umaiic cure. Having called on xae on the 19th t? Apri. last, and seeu me prostrated on my bed. P-*!**" ia all my li ,tw, you can appreciate nea ly ?s well as my?*if the prompt relief I received from It Hampton's Tlnc*'ire, and I am positive had it not b^eti lor your strong and forcible reoommenla tioiis I should "till hare been In bed It i? really a pity this fp-c'fc should not be ap proved by medical men, at:d like all pateat drags it iVuld suffer the imputation the public generally girts to sucn preparations- I mvelf, who was al ways crposfi to a patented specific, took this me ii eme with reloctsnce, and without confidence in it, and it was only through your disinterested, friendlv r?-?in;mentations, and my critical situation that in Ooeed me tto try this really beneficial Vegetable Tincture. You may Inform Messrs. Mortimer k Mowb-ay that they am at liberty te make u1-* of lay nune in the support of the good effects of Dr. HampronV \ e^etsble 'Juncture, as it has cured me in five weeks of * ehron'c InfUrmm-itnry Rheumatism, con travel pn-ier tropical climat's, aDd ofseren yari ?permdxcil i iritum. I here only used thre? bottles, and find ths even the def rrm*dparts of my hands are fast eturnine o tbe;r termor uaturai appejranre I h ?t? been under toe treatment of several phy titans in London ?id Paris, without any apparent benefit; also, while in New Ycrk, haling tried the lfcrmpsonian and Uocxvpatbic r?meui>8. a*ier bav in^ been tormented with gal* auic ba ter;es, col J anj aromatic baths, ai)l hundreds of internal an>) ?sternal medicines, all to no effect, I am, so t?r by this Hampton's Ve*e able Tiaeture only. . There'ire, my ? enr sir, accept of the assurance ut j ?Jf gratitude, and be;ieve tie your wej] wisher. Thomas Uawot REV. VSRNON E.-KRIDGE, D. 8. N. *rr v v n , Portsmouth, Ta , Aug. 18,1W1 Mr. J. E Berc<*? ear sir: While I an. in gene ral, oppo^i to pat6iit medicines, tjjiiidor cciapilp ece ? state that I have gres.t confidence ia the virtues of .Hmpton b Vegetabl- Tinctur-. Por several ?onthH past I have used it in my f.mily; and in J} j-pepoa, lose appetite, dizsiness, and general do Dihty, with entire success. So far as my experi?n * isten 'a, therefore, I take pleasure in reoommend icg it to the afflicted as a wife and efficient remedy. I axa, respectfully, yours, VJBUIOJI S?KRID??, Chaplain, United 8tatea i\avy. HOME T~ES TID&ONY. ourji OP LJ.Visit COMPLAINT 0* TEN YEAR? ? ? W^mserow, May 17,1863 Mesara Mortimer k Mowiiray : Gentlemen?H?v iBg been afflicted with Liver Complaint of ten vears standing, I he?by, tor the b nefit of the afflicted, *J* ?re?? pl??asur- in arnoaBtiTig that aft?r usin^ a faw bottles of jr. ur TiDrture, I found it had ac ?j ravished a perfect cure 1 have used d fferent j ?s.d-cip?-> ftrort '?rie to ?rre, b -t have never been I ???e J' account for auy apparent good, and it b a j lilessteg to SthumrrsftT !ha* thatmedMne is j round which ro.-*sser the wjnder' u- rviwcr of pro ; tngfrgr-ciasn iifs The many cures if b?s wn-ught 1 3J? 1 nf the benefic-ft! results j wnich may be e' -risaced frem its J.cii TArtTTAY ' ^ *"*! pamphlets gratis, and see cur.s r.l OmmA, Bronchstti, Rhrumat sm, Xevralgia, Dysvrp I no. bcrvc^tnw nnd Gen urtl Weakness. As a fema'e i*-"linne or for delicate children we believe it ua ?-?qualed. AWHold by MORTIMER k MOWBBAY, UOBalti aore < eet, Baltimore, and 304 Rroadway, New *ork; CH \8. STOT r A CO , WIMER. j. B. MOORK, OH. CLARKE, CLAKKK A HOWLING, W ELLt *n<t njSlcPH-KRiON, Waahingien; a?so, by R P. CIS8BL, Georgetown; and C. C. BERltV, .Viexandrin, and by Druggists evar> where. . H ug 31?tr TAKE NOTICE. HOUSEKEEPER and others are reminded that the followisa list of articles are of the verv best deecription, and can be portihaaed froai the sua | sjribsr on as low ternw as any o ner bouse in the "ity. A laiga *a?ortment and sapplj ?!vay? oo ! baud: i i Ola cf all kind' Queerswar* P?t?t3 Prosh-t Oimphine Clocks Varrieh Lamps Turpentine Chandeliers Window ttl&aj Sirandolae China Vd?ee Kertaenware Brittannia Ware ' a^r * 4c-' *c' *"? i Goods sent to any part of the city free of chanre. Country dealers will do well to call. C 8. WHITTLESEY, 7th street, opp. Selden A Withers' Bank. ?ji?r 17 -tf &EMITTAXC?3 TO IBELAffD. ?ERS?JN8 desiring to seed money to Ireland, can "btafn checks for ?l or more, on the Belfast j -anking Cajnp>iny, payable in alJ the principal Apply to OnCBI? BROTHERc, Ban Ws, opposite the Tr.asurv tfu.Hh:a? '?K ri?mn" ? T TO MAKE YOUR HAIR CUKL. WOXOAK OF THE WORLD VIE Great W nier ?f the Worll has at length 1 b?>en discuverel. You cannot make f nehair a nit- or bUca, bat Mr BY HON H. U.iB .i has at l-nftta procured the truth ct the great secret, after mukh ? udv, toil, an 1 expense, how to mifcethe f;.ur c irl and wave in the most gr?c-ful manner for lift- The proprietor ha? travelled through varir us P srt" of Kuropo. for upwards of nine years in search of the e?l.-b.ated cht-mist aud pbyRiologi.'-t, M. %"jnes, and has at length fou.;d him iu ltalv. and P ir-lwse<l of him 'he receipt for the sum of $3,000. AU person* haviag the iao?t uncouth and col: s H-ofctat? liair can have it traosf .rme-1 iata the most bmutifu ?nd cur?iD/appearance that ctuid be de sired. Th- composition ?f which the article is com iioeed will not co?t more than 50 cents, an1 but one application is need-d to the hsir to cause it to wave . in the most uniform and p-rfect manner for lif-. I ait-1 thus improve the looks aad appearance one I hundred per 'ent We now rffer thin wonderfui | iitcovery to thr world foT the eum ' ( $1 00 Direct ail letters to BYH0N H EObB, tarminp ?-jU. Ti umbull co.,' >luo, and toe receipt will be im mediately forwarded to the person. All letters must be jKSt paid to secure attention Sep I? 3m ?AS FIXTTTRXB. ili Esr.hscribcrs take pleasure in anriounclng to U? public that their stoci of GAfi PiXTL'ivAS "Otnprisin- ^me of the Hvst and luteet patu-nah has b-eu receded, aad that iheyare now prepare^ to Ml! a .the lo wen rates. Per- -us iu Vsnt ?f Qas Fixtures ?JJIILT'Tk!!". \rA will no doubt nV t? iO their I>welUnc-i an j pa? |c buUdings 3tt?l <ritb gac-tu- 1 bu? at the twna! ratv 6 ^ i. ?, * UHOTHta. dec it?*f p? ftT > bet. 10th and Hth, s. side. WASHINGTON IRON WORKS, , Mamr arenue, f#iwtr.n 1 % and 6lh sis. MANCFACIUREk of Steam ?ugiues, Boilers, Water Tanks, Shafting, Pulley*. Hangers an J ^?n.i |{^o?frciiiy. b Will furaish Mills, all kiads of 0a>tinM. w r?>u/ht aud Cast iron Pipes, aad everything in the Ir<?a !iu? icn?rtliy. 1 wo nmjll &A o/iVCS on band and for sale. For i,?f'"nation address U. E. No YEA, Wa?hint,-ton Iru, ''"raa. Waahinirtou. D .j. j? j tf TOIN VENTURE. I'Hlt o?ce 0f "The lnv^Btf>P-' Protection Nationa! 1 Union ia on 7t^ ?tre?t. orpoeite the K?t Vot tT?ha b!>.*.H*t,'Ptr">gry' "U l iH DOW rw,,JJ" to ?ttend x .is bosiuess of its o-mhtM, namely : ?n makinj examination< ana soliciting pateuts Ac * Inventors re invito fc. ail and Ket a ooPy cf the Ooa u.u ton and By laws, and where any informa ooi. will be given reeperting the Union. AM letters on busi;.en- must tie directed to this of wher* ntientiou will be ?iven immediately. A xD(-ieI shop is Jn connection with thd offlr*, shere aKkiels can 1 - >aade order at the shortest ?rt^ T. 0. CLAYTON, '?IT President I. P. N. U O YNONYM8 OF TUB $KwTtrUTAMK?.TTby^K. ? v 0. French, B. D., .1'itbor c*" "The fctcdy tf Worlds," Ac. A Tennesson Abroad, or Letters from Europe, Afnca, a'd Asia, by Hand. Iph MacGarock. A.M , L. - i* a~sat?r cf the ^hvilie liar. TaVLOK a MAURY'S Bookstore, near ?th it. 1 TAKE NOTICE. NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED. I) W. BKOWXIlXG, Merchant Tailor. Pa , avenue, an<1er the United State? Ho-t inl would r.spectlally iuform Uis customers ani the public generally that he has just re ceived new Fill and Winter good* in gr^at. variety, sue 1 * ^ v-loths, Cassi meres, and vestini?H ol the latest Importation, and is prepared to hart them made up at the shortest no'if*, in the most fashion aWe Taaunni and at low rate* cf prices. Having made arrangement- to go into the Ready "*sd?Cli thing b'islaefs extens'vely this season, b< fteets confident that he can offer t those wfthing to P'ircha?? a stock of C'otbing, not inferior to *nv it? ihi - city, and not made up at the North, as is usu ally the case with work, told here; but cut in hi? own establishment, and made by our own needy cit iaeus in this dull season at low rat^H of prices, he is ?n?bled theretor, to compete with northern work in point of prices; ani ss to qual'ty and style, he will leave for those who favor him with a can to 'Odcce lie can sell whole suits, Coat, Pant#, and Test, ai the following low rates: Good suii for business purposes, out of oloth or c?s siaiere, for th? small sum of. -...$16 Dreys and frock Coa'e, from $10 to $'20 Overcoats of different styles - 12 to *25 Black and fancy Pantaloons $3 M) to 10 Silk and Velvet Vests 2 60 to 10 | This stock of Cl. thing is of a superior quality ami has b?en made up since he received the tall and winter fashions. lie keeps constantly on hand a large assortment of fancy articles?such as Gloves, Cravats, Collars Umbrellas, Ac. Hote Ag?nt for the sale of Scott's Report Of Fash iocs in lhi? city. ?ep 15?ft "head quarters" Cbnvsr of Thirteenth and E tlreclt, near the Theatre. \ The proprietor of this ^4 / # J public hons?, Mr. William "SkgjMs^r Gr-?sscn, has refitted, ren ovatid, and prepared his, establishment lot the accommodation of vi uers u< aoch * manner that he trusts will give frnl satirhc j tien to all who extend to him their patronage. lie ha mad* arrangement* to h*ve the ve y beet ot OVt>f?Ki3,W*.,l'or the whole seasm, without regsrd t?expen->e. i*auiil-es and Parties promptly tmt'piird U>s Har and Laid-r is at all tim>?s pV> K'd with th^ t>e*t in the line. Making his acknowL dgments Iot pa*t encouragement, he respectfully invites a e n unu^nce of th* same, with every intention and ex ert on to piease. ??j" A lew Boarders can be comfortable accommo tatrd. sep 22?Cm uwonaii AKJ&ltfc, AC. CABINET MAKBB p U NDEKT AK?R. J UK under Igned would respectfully imorm hie L friend?, a^uaintanaes, and the public genera! U cliat he still ?jentinues to execute all orders in bf. line of business in the be?t manner and at the short ss; notioe. UkPAlItinO neatly and promptly executed ?f ? PDMERALS attended to et the shortest notice, and in the beff Manner. Bodies presmtti in the 'nett perfect rtuvn . <rr, evert m the warmest weatfitr. viJiflklui tor past favors, he would respectfully solicit, and will endeavor to merit a continuance w j the same ANTuONY BUCiiLY, Pa. s?ve^ s. side, between 9th and ICth sts. iiasideaee: Mr. Martin's, No. 396, 1> street, t ird Louse east ?i 7th street mar 17?ly UNDERTAKER. 1 WOULD respectfully return my tnanks to tht sitisens of Washington and its vicinity for then j udt patronage, and say tnit owing to the fri-qseut :?.lis in the Undertaking branch of civ basinet, i ??*.ve b*ec inuueed to discontinue the"manuTseiBe* 1 ;'o rait are, a ad turn my attention fully 10 ths 'iNDidlTAK-LVJ. i tiare spar??i no painn to hart -very thiag that is requisite to my business, and 1 ?ia theretorefci'; prepared to meet ?tny order afVei *? momentt u'.tice, and I assure thes* who iua> ^ive we * call that I will fc'rare no pains u carry ou": ht-ir orders to ;beir entire sat'jrtaction. J A WHS F. ilASlVKS', No 410, ?Ui ?t., betvren ? ana U. CI. B.?Calls atieuOeU to at ail hours of the uigni taar 1?ly UNDERTAKING. i W. PLANT & CO. bavin* removed from their | f) s old stand, on D street, between ?tb and 10th, to ttieir present place of business, on the eust side ] of 7th, be.weei b and H ste, respectfully announce, chat they are prepared at the thortest notioe, a ?u a.l hours <>t the night, to attend to cails mad;' in ;he line of th?ir business. UeiDg prepared to fui- , rji?i- faner?le ia the luoet complete and appropribU | uixnner, and io devote thems?!vf?solely to the bus nines oi Uuderta&ing. nothiug siiMl be wanung ou i tb?-ir p?rt to give entire B?tijfacUon to ti.ose who ? Diploy '.heui. as sole owners oi Crump's 1'iUeia Cx'jpse Prtsetvtr, 3. W. I'laut & Co. re?pectiuilji in ( it" public attention to the sup'riorrty of Crump's Oorpj-e t'ressrver o*" r e-very o.htr invention < 1 the | iiiid, as it may be eifectuallv used ior the dead bod} ttiUieut placing it in a box of ice, or the ice brfing ;u actual contact with the coipse. Crump's Corpse ? ri wrrez nas never been kn- wu to lai. a th' hot le^t weather, to give satisfaction, a* can be proved cy numerous certificates. Shrouds at different ksnds made 'o Older at tiie sh^xteot notice, and on the most res'KJiiable terms. Thi advertiser'-.charg* s aro below the usual rates ?A < th-r Undertakers. A iiearso alwrys in realiness. aug 2^?eotf j ui BUSUsLbS UAiUJb. book iN aii its varmtie-i, aeaiiy exe^u^d, on rhe most reasonable terms, by TttOM^o Titlt'LiKTT k OO, Pennsylvania avenue, side, 2d door ap ?Ittf -r m U:th striw'. COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR \ U-,m <oik, "J-'sxas, Uvi;t3r-.??, U^w Jer.iey, Louisiana, Mil V Pennsylvania, Alaoxma, Ke?:tnc.\y, Utryi&nd, Qeorgslic?.^a.i. ii?ine>, Wiscans;;. Ohio,ani U nnetjc^, liori-ia, 0th. r, c. wim m \ Jt TTJlf. tfSF Jf'J& CLAIM*: A.KD JfOTARi' PUBLIC. crno OF?G3H* 10 I'd* TKSiijUal .Of li>?y WAaHIKGTOX. D. C, GAS LIGHT! GAS LIGHT! THOMAS life WIS, PltfTci'lOAL GA8 P1TTKR, 10th street, between Penun avenue and B street, doom about hicduire't Attclion Siore.) nAVINU -ierveo a regular Hppreniio^Bhipof over live year.5 at th? tiaa Fitt ng butiL.e->a a in uiie of the largest ejtabiLLments in Pisil- g w!<-iphin. 1 woutd respe.lfutly Inform the ci'isets of Vrashingt n atd Georgetown that lam prepared t"> he up Dwellings, Churches f ores, Ac., in a neat and suosttntiiil manner, s. d we.rrabttsd not to ieuk. T> Is. exe uteo all kinds of iron Pipe WorV, for gas ?team, and water, at the shortest notice, end on lecoinmodatiDg terms

Numerous tefereiices given if required, sep 18? lm* roE P00E AND LABO&IHG MLN. C'MALL LUILU1NG LOt^ of 10 feet or more, in O various parts of the City, auJ Georgetown, at low prices, and terms to suit. LLOYU A CO. BUILDING STONE For sale, deliverable at the Canal, or Wharves in Washington, Georgetown, or Alexandria. LLOYD k CO. For sale, a large and handsome CARRIAQE and HAH if ESS LLOYD A CO, 15tL street, opp Treasury Department jv518? ly "GLENWOOD CEMETERY." r|MlI8 beautifhl burial place d the dead having J just been dedicated with appropriateoeremonies for the purpose, i* now open for the receptiou of the remains of deceased perfoos. The MAUSOLEUM has capacity for a bnBdred todi?-s, in which such triends c f the dea^ as may apply can pla- r the departtd until they select sites foi th? Knaves. Tn>* plan of th* incorporators is one of equality in regard to the lots, whi h will not be put np publicly tor sale, (although ti.ev usually bring a premium,) 1 making tne early selection of lots t&e mo *t desir able. Until an offlo* la eetatlished in the city of Wash icgton, applicitK ns wi i be punctually att?nded to bt the prep-rit office, in the east wing oI the build ing cn entering tho Cemetei-y. WM. 8. HUMPHKKY8 N. B.?Glenwooil is situated a short dictance due north of the Capitol. nog 11 ?fcin IT N D It li G AHMKNT8 ?.-haker flimiel, ca?h J mere merino. Saxony So-.tch wool; G.use me r no, lisle thread, sdk and cott u USDtnGAn MKN IS Stirta, CvUars, Limn and Musl n Pntcm?, at blGL'8, Jep 19? W'.llards' llobcL t TOE UNION ACADEMY, Corner of llth struct and ye*o York avenue. TniS loritutien will be opened for the next yea; on f!iit Monday in September. 1954. Ibe number of pupil* 1b limited. Tha ?cbcoi will eor pi-t of three claws, Junior, Middle and Senior. Kr ery desirable facility is offered. Ap lieation- shoui be made Immediately. Preference given to the*' who enter for tie longest time. Circulars at the Bookstoree. THB ONION FEMALE ACADBMY will open st the same time. Circulars as above. Z RICHARDS, jy 31?d3a MRS M. A. RIQWA ttDt; GEORGETOWN FEMALE SEMINARY, gbombtown, d. c. R?w. MTm. J. Clark, ) V.mmvklj< Mn. A. H. C .ark, / lamoiPALS. TUX duties ot this Seminary will be resumed on FRIDAY, Septtmber lsu The oourse of atadiee actually pursued in this lr stitution embraces a higher and more thorough r?uge than that pursued in any other Female Sem inary in tb* Union. The location of the Seminary Is remarkable for 5t? salubrity. The building? are lar>;e, the rooms capa cious, a Lid the grounds tor recreation are very am ple. Terms tor boardirg pupils, ('100 per sesFkn of 10 month*, payable on lie 1st o September and lot o! Februiry. This charre includes boarning, tuition in English and Mathematics, room rent, fuel, light? and was'nig. Muioc, French, Spanish, Ac. Drawing and Painting extra. Pay Huhoiars from $5 to $10 per quarter, according to the daises which they enter. Reference ?s mad, to Dr. Grafton Tyler, Captain Geo. F. de la Roch-, W. G. Ridgely, Ksq., "V llunrei Ksq, W 8. U. Tajlor. Keq., Francis l>odg?, Ksq_ |lot>ert P. Dodg-, Ew., and Dr. O. M. Tinthicum. Georgetown, D C.; nod to .los. 11. Bradley, ilsq.. Aaron C liavton, tsq., aud Mr. Fitxhugti Coyiv, Washington, D. C. iyl4?tf (Intel A TTnion) JGI1N REESE, thOntltTOh. OF THE Eagle Plamliinj and fias-Fittiiig Dcpt, W/ OCLO re.q>ecifuily call the attention M the citizens of Washington, Georjp - toTvn, and vicinity to the excellent assort. ? ro? nt of Goods in ais line, which he haj^ | on hand aadiadaiij receiving addition U 1 Chandeliers, Crop Lights, brackets, Penlan's, and in fa t every article connected with the G<s fit ting business can i)e found at bis establishment, embracing all Inequalities af beauty, st} ie, duia ' bil'-ty and eheapnew. His plumbing leoartment embraces all articles -n that line, aucn a* marble trp Ws*hstand.j, Bath V?hs. Shower Baiht, and all tlie appendages nece* saiy for the pr^secition ef that branch oi his busi ness Work confidai to him will receive prompt at tention, and its execution be unsurpassed. Builders v)d all others will find it to their ad vantage v*4Mn going elsewhere, to call *t the KAOLB D It POT, Corner of IVntia. av?nue and 6 b ?t. Sep * 'j?eel m PIANOS FOR SALE AND RENT. *vrT-:?St ^ew in(1 ecCOnd-hand PIANOS of FT? MM?iy own and Beveral other factories, are always to t? had ?t my Pi<no Ware room, on 11th street, be twee a Pennsylvania avenue aud k street. Old Pianos taken in exchanm. Tuning also attended to. F C. RE1CUFNBACII. P S?A'few rery low piic?d iwot-r.d ban ' P-aroe ^ Wm ic>T osU %'ijr 10 "danoing academy. I)ROF H. VV. MUNOKK tike; gr??t pleasure in an-ouncing to hii? fri>*nd8 HUU the pub ic gen erillyj that he ha.s returned to W>,sliingtcn, end * )1 resume ttie duties of h.s SCHOOL on Saturdav, October 7th, lt<54, at 3% o'clock p m., forladi-s and on Fridi-v, at 7% o'clock, fr?r gentlemen, be h?s leased tbe large and beautiful h^il lob ui the course of pw^'ion. corcer o< Ninth and Dnt?cet><, ^btch will be ntv.^1 op in h<?tjr;pciaie "-tyle, with ?Tfry coiiFouici-ea, expreselv for dnnriag p'irpC'Sw The location is evexythiog tbatoan-im djs-rsbW to parents, bot>. private vnd central, and iu pr^nt o! Nsaiity w'll be suri.ass'd by none in the oity. It consideration th?t >??? Hail will n< tbe crmpletec untii Novembei 20th. ue propose? aommencirKr fcif scbcol *t his old stand, corner of J-'evmth strtet ana Louisiana avenue. H.?vine Kiven the most ent're fstisfaction to bis f.irmer patrons, he feels no hesitation in ?;aio offer ing hie >ervie?j to those who wit-h to b? pi-rf*c"ei in any dcpRrtm^nt in the above b> antilul w-cr-riipii^b ment. Hit* style of daucing nredw t<o couun< nt, as ids numerous pupils in hif> f riaer rlasH ?i 1 tef-t.fy His new llall will be open*J *i*h a large Bad ?infi Kzhibition. Alltho-ewfeo wi;h to participate ar requested to join immediately. l'rrius. Ac., will he made Known upon appVcUion at Mr Juhn F. JUlis 6 Music Store, Pernfyitania avwnuiv T?ar Ten h s' r?et, s?v ?-.olm KOT1CE. Ordsahci Omcr, WAiuiNGTON, Sept--mber 28, 1?61. , CID.VjrRISfl, during it.* la-t ,^"f?i^n, hp.vinw' read# y ao appropriaiion for tlie purchase of the bet.' breech-loiwling Rifles for The use of the United States - rmy, "prevised Uiat tbe Secretary ot Tier, aiX..r a fdir practical tberwof, sin 11 deem the purehaw! advisable and proper," icventors and manu(kitur trc are hereby notifo-d thct spveim. n of <?uch an. , will be leceived at tbis c.ffli e till th? flist day ot !>ecember next for preliminary exiiciiiau- i*; v, i! if found to offer reasonable exyectatiop ot b^infr u-eful, a purchase will be ma-'e of a suffl.dent n^ui ner (day twenty tire ot e ich of tht uti atJoroing auch ejpectation) to be plaod in the hauds of ine isol dkrs for trial in the flel l. Ike result of this prac tical test will aid the l^eeretHry in making a d-* tirt(?n. 1IKNRT K CRtlG, wp Co^inol of Ordawiw CAUTION. Wj: the und"rsij;ned, I'otUer.i, have jointly r? soivel that if we detect an* p^rtou or i errons hmcafl?T in buying, s^iliny. filling, <ir coilectiij; bottles with the following names on, viz: Manck & *.my. Amy * bhinn, McK.^on A Mc'irnnn, .lobn McKeor, unles? auth"r aed by us so to do will be pi osecuied 10 the utmost extent of law. JOHN' MeKK'JN. ARNY A SI1INN, GtOrgeU wn. Wa?hirg^nn, ?e?t W. 1854. 925 EEWAKD WK will give ihe above reward to any person who will giye us such intormaii n a?vi 1 letd to the dettction aud conviction of any per?an or persons who buy, sell, fill, or collect our bottles without being authorised bv us fo to do. AH NY A HH1NN, Sen H7--eolin* JOHN VcKKON DUTCH FLOWER ROOTS J I'M IMi'OHTliD. rpUK uudir.'ign?d would inform his friendi and 1 cu'tpmeis that he has ju; t received a fine col li- ion o! F owtr Kcots, from Harlam, in Holland, cooshiting of? iioubio and Single Hyf cinths in great variety Do do Tuljis do Jonquils, Narcissus, Snowdrops,Crocuses, Hanun cului, Lilies, Ac. The rocts ate remarkably flue th * ivwon, having been BeJected with the gr-ate?t potMble care, they ate tbe first or largest culline, being far different thoee so d a Auction, which are generally of the fourth cr fifth culling, and aever higher '.han the third cullin;. Prices r?afonahl?. JOHN" SAUf, Seed Store corner 7ih and 11 streets. o?t 5?ec6'* K FISHKR. MiiS. F. HKRMAN E. FISHER & CO., FRENCH SIKAM SCO LRU RS, WILL thoroughly Clean all kirus of Ladies and children's Dresses, m'oeol filk, \elvet.or Wool. Gentlemen's Coats, ^antri, Vests, and Cr* vats, without rhrinkingor taking off the natural gloss. Tbe utmost punctuality warranted. White Crape shawls Uou- up rqual to new. N. B.?Coats and Pants, if ueaiied, will b? mended in tte ?ery neatest etvie. WM. P. SHFDD, Agent, Faney Goods and Millinery, lTin st. s*p 9?enlm flntal) CIIOICE HAVANA CIGARS. JUST RECEIVED. G1 S McELFBKSli, adjoining the National IIo IT. M, would invite tb? public iu general to call anJ-xamine hisstocHof superirr 11AV Ah A OlO A11 of his own importation-. They ceui prise all the la vorite brands to suit the various ta?tes of all con Burners Always on haod, every vari <y of Ctievring end Smoking Toba'- o of superior quality. An elegant stock of beautiful mounted Cau?s, Umbrell s, Porte Mounaies, Ci^ar Cases Pip-s. Ac. at ui(Mt reaaon?l>'e prices. b*P 3J?tolin FOll SAL. K?The Sloop GEO. WASH ^? INGTOy, lylug at 17th &t Wltirf. She is iu e-dling order Steven toai freight. Vor (eiais enquire at the corse] 'Jtb and K meet*, aug tti?tf EVENING STAR. Promotions from the Bank and File of the Army. The following " General Orders." which are beiDg issued from the War Department, are (if great public interest: GENERAL ORDERS. ^ WAR DEPARTMENT. /?Adjutant General's Office, No. 17. ) Washington, Oct 4, 1 ?*>i. The following regulations have been estab lished to carry out the provisions of the 5:b section of the act of August 4, 1854, relative to the promotion of non-commissioned officers : _1 ??An Army Board composed of four rank, will be convened, annually, on the first Mon day in September, in the city of Washington for the examination ot such non-commissioned officers as may l.e ordered to appear befort them by the War Department. 2 ?To aid the Department in the selection of proper candidates for promotion, company commanders will report to their Colonels al. such non-commissioned officers as, iu their opinion, by education, conduct, and services seem to merit advancement. In these reports must be set forth a description of the candi date. his length of service as non-commissioned officer and as private soldier, his character as to fidelity and sobriety, his physical qualifica tions and mental abilities, the extent to which his talents have heoncultivated, and his fitness generally to discharge the duties of a conimis aioned offiier. If recomme'idpd on account o! meritorious services, the particular service referred to must be stated in detail. On re ceding the reports of company commanders, the Colonel will assemble a Board, to coc.-i-i of four officer3 of his regiment, of as high rank as the convenience of the service will ad am, to make a preliminary examination into tht claims and qualifications of those non-com missioned officers who may appear to him de serving promotion. Where the Colonel ha* not authority to convene auch Board, the regi mental officers necessary to form it will, ol application to the proper Department com mander. be plased subject to his orders. Tbc Board, constituted as above, will submit, a full statement in the case of each candidate ex amiued; and on the e statements the Colonel will endorse his remarks and forward them, through the Head Quarters of the Army, t* ttio Adjutant General, to be laid before the Secretary of War. p.?The foregoing reports must be trans iuitted iu time to reach Washington by the 1st day of May in each .year, and such non-com missi ned officers as the Secretary of War may consider suitable candidates for promotion will receive otde.8 from the Adjutant General's office to present themselves fur examination by the board to be convened on the first Mon day in September following. As a genera! rule one-fourth ot the vacancies occurring an nually in the Army will be tillea irorn tho non commissioned grades The persons thus up pointed shall, as far as practicable, be at taehed to the regiments in which their meri torious services had been rendered, and will thereafter succeed to vacancies in their par ticular arm of service according to seniority. 4 ?.No candidate will be examined who is married; who is under twenty or ovor t*entv ei^ht years ot age; who, in tbc judgment ol the board, has not the physical ability to en dure the expoeur?* of service: who haa any deformity of body, or whoso moral habits are bad. a.?The board. beiDg satisfied of the?e pre liminary points, will proceed to examine each candidate separately: ?fcirst. In his knowledge of liDglish gram mar. and ability to read und write with facil ity and correctness Second. In fl!.-: knowledge of arithmetic, and his ability in the application of i.s rules, to ali practical questions, and in his ksowi cd^e of plain >tn<jl solid geometry. ihird. Iii his knowledge of geography, par? ticularly in reference to the northern comic- nt of America, and in hi* ability to solve t!:r usual problems on the terrestial globe; also, in hits knowledge of what is usually denomi nated popular astronomy Fourth In his knowlrdge of history, par ticularly in reference to bis own country iitth. In his knowledge of the Constiiu'ion of the United States, and ot the organization of the Gavernmen t under i t, and of the ^tixeiul principles which reguiate iuieraaiional inter course. H ?After having completed the examina tion of all candidates who .have presented tucmselves. the board will then submit their names to the \S ar Department in order of rel ative merit In determining this order the board will consider eight a; the maximum oi the first, fourth, and fifth herds, and ten i.s the maximum of the second and third head* ; and no candidate will be passed by the board who shall not havo received at leas, haif the num ber of maximum marks on each head or sub ject ot examination ; and any candidate having paused, who is also a graiua'e from any col lege, shall be allowed live additional marks in hit favor, which shall be taken into the ac count of his general merit* ? ??In order to give etfecf. as early is prnc ticable, to the intention of the law the first general examination of non commissioned offi ce's. except such as are serving iu the Depart n^nr of New Mexico, will take place at Wash ington on the second Monday of January next. Those serving in New Mexico will be examined the lirst Monday in dune following. Colonels will accordingly take immediate measures li>r forwarding, n due season, the reports neces sary to aid in tho selection of proper candi dates to ba brougiit before these first two Boards of examination. By order of t he Secretary of War : S. Cooi-EK, Adjutant General. A Fearful Lesson. The record of our criminal court shows a horiible condition of me youth of our city, and lJ. is really deplorable that it is to; while at present there is hut little hope of a reforma ti m, at least until the house of refuge shall be completed, to ufioid an asylum to those children who either from force of circum stances or from inclination are led to deeds of piltering, and ultimate robbery of the highest grade. A few days since a lad thir teen years of age was con igned to the peni tentiary for theft of a hat valued at one dollar Tni is not an isolated case, for scarce a ttiui of the couit passes that one or moro of lender years is not incarcerated in prison.for some petty theft; and though a rigid discipline may be enforced to prevent ther mingling with those whose lives have been spent in dissolute and immoral practices, it is impos-ible to evade the pernicious influences which are thrown around thein, and which must have an evil tendency One of the boys now in pri son stated that he had parents living in the city, but that he had, six mouths before his arrest, abandoned his hi me, and took up his quarters with the band of juvenile delinquents known as the forty thieves It is a fuct that most of these children can neither read nor write, in cousequen.e of the fast that their parents exercise no control over them ; and though there are school-houses in Almost every street, they are not compelled to em brace the advantages presented to them for improvement 'Ihere aro now two children in jail ot iioi more than fourteen years of age. wh oso inevitable fate will be an incarceration in the penitentiary. These are brother and sister, and they wure nrrestc d iu the very act ot robbery, so that no possible chance of es cape is presented for them It is plain to Sae who u responsible tor all this. The burden of ldanid rests upon parents alone, whu en ooumge these acts of wickedness by allowing their children the full sway of their own voli tion while their own lifes are-spent in de bauchery and idleness. It ie gratifying to know that the house of refuge will >oen be completed when a place will be afforded where 11 proper roui>e of instruction and moral train - iog will do much to win back these youthful ileiicquenta to the paths of virtue and isteg rity.?Baltimore American. A Good Anecdote A correspondent of the Boston Transcript gi\es the following good anecdote : I have heard a good anecdote here, of oue of your Boston men, which is too good to be kept Iroiu your readers Theodore b. Parker, Esq., a merchant id your city, happened sfew weeks hlc8 to be a guest for one night at Mr- Knapp's hotel. After tea, as he was enjoying the cool ncs* of the evening breete on the piaiia he not.cud u gentleman in ihe office who w?? ex* amiuing the hook of arrive, and who after wards walked up and down the piatia, scan tling him (Mr. P ) very closely Some ten or litteeo minutes passed in this way, when the tvrauger broke the sib-nee by addressing him : " Is your name Parker, Sir?" ' Yes. sir.'' *? I'heodore Parker " Yes, sir." " Do >ou come from Boston, sir V " Yes, sir " ? Then, sir " (wi'h a look as if the ideality of fiie individual were fairly established.) "I suppose 'hat you are the man who goe* abonr i" -New England, villifying tiio institutions of the South! '"??do, no!" answered the astonished Mr. i'arker before whose eyes a bag of feathers a:ii a kettle ol tar danccd a momentaryj<n- d* tJruj ; "lam Theodore I). Parker?Jam a uu-rchant iu Boston?I am not the minister, whom jou speak of " ?? Ab ! that alters the case, then," responded the chiralric Virginian in a milder tone; ? out, allow me to give you one piece of advice. iod ttiut is, that if you are going to travel :otn d in the digging, you had better iu futura, when you sign your n-uie, be particular a?d umke that D d?ii plain! Tub End of a Cap.ker or Ckiub?On Fri day nig'it last. Lorenzo S. Felt, of this c?ty, annmitted suicide in jail at Salem, by hai g i?'s? hio self to the fc irs of his fell. Felt for i 1 -og period carried on a medical office in this city, under the name of Doctor Felt. Some halt dosen years ago. the police of this city and Essex county made important r*?f. a tveries relative to a gang of some thirty or fory persons, including justices of the peace, ?3>?i.stab eg, and s >me lawyers, wbo were en gaged in the perpetration of robberies by the wholesale, plundering otores, hotels, stealing horses, <?c.. their headquarters being in Essex county A number of this gang were arrested in Essex couuiy, tried, convicted and punished, hut >tliers e-capod. it is believed through the 01 mpliciy of a police officer of this city, now d jaa. To thi- gang Dr. Felt belonged He vt u afterwards arrested here on a charge'of boise-.stealiiig in JSew liamt shire. and carried there tor trial, the result of which we do u?*t know In 1852; soon af er a number of bold forge ies had been committed upon the Boston banks. Felt presented the foiged check upou a l,o ton lirm for about $1,000 at the counter "t a bp.r;k at Cambridge, lie w?s arrested tb?> spot. but made such disclosures relative to his accomplice-;, a Bnetrm lmrjoi and & clerk i > * bank, who, it appears, were engaged in ??'! or and more extensive forgeries, that he was accepted as state's evidence, hut the i iwy?r and <be bank clerk forfeited their bail id tied, and no publicdisclosures were made. ' h^^hfacs came to light sufficient to show that they were manuring a plot to rob a State i-tteet bunk After this, Felt was not agaiu ? e.ird ofortminally until he applied for board at a house in East Boston, which he left the s ino n gh', carrying with him about flOO. of which he had robbed <he keeper. It was for this robbery that he was arrested and com miffed to the Salem jul Officer Pbilbrick ffcm d'iwn for him on Saturday, but found ?inly his dea 1 body. At the time of his last art est he had a number of burglarious instru* u ents upon his persou. ? Hoston Traveler. Loj?pos<Jo9sip.?The Londoncorreipondent of ihe Philadelphia American says : A very peculiar telegraphic despatch, rela ting to Mr Soule. was received here on Wed U'-ii lay from Madrid It is stated thnt ?? the i visited huJ searched a hoiel where they supposed they should find Mr. Soule." Nothing further was added, and the public li ive been left to torm their own inference. A ,>uiinunic ttion from France s ates that Mt S >uie arrived at Toulouae on the I7th. and whs a -compatiied b.y Mr Sickles, the I'mted States secretary oi Legaiiou at London The Emperor of France is expected te pay - return visit to Prince Albert, or, rather, to vbit ilur Mi'jestv the Queen. It is expected bo will be accompanied by the Empress Eu genie Apartments are titling up for him in Windsor Castle; they are the same as those used for the recent ion of tb-j Empeior of Rus sia when b?i visited the Queen of England ilie visit is expected to take place after the return of the Coiiri from Balmoral. '!'> mpus nit/Kin'. <n .' b< HUYLZItlSM AJil> ITS PlMSHMKST iji #NjG l.vm>?A fraud in railway management iu England. recently detected, has been visited with prompt and merited punishment. John W Stale, formerly attorney of the Manches ter-. Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway C?.-m pnnv. having, by the utterance of forged docu ments of certificates of payments oflionds, obtained the sum of about $35.(100, he hag la-ely been tried in London, convicted, and sentenced to fil" oen yeuTi transportation. Dick, who wm hang at Dayton, the other day, was inalined u> have no faith in any religion but the Catuolio. yet he was vis i'td occasionally by Protestant ministers. AI out a week before he was hung, he was ns!-'ed by one of these gentlemen, a worthy and talented man, " Have jou any objection to my praying with you"I gueas not," said ihek; ?? every little helps." WASHINGTON FRANCX RAILROAD. CU~,iye of P.icet bfJwtt* Was/nai/Urn Bait m?rt. NrOTIC(?.?tin ami hi't?-r Mi>naay, U't..ber2d, the lare betwe* n Washington and Baltiajtr? * id b?' on* dollar and Mitv cents A coinniu atir a f t?n wnts wi'l be ailowei to alt who procure (''?St ets brf^re enti-nng the oara An a diticn of ten o-nts wi 1 ?lso t>?* oi?1h to all way ftatians unlo^a tb-kets are purchased at the office. Kound tiio ticketo. for litre* davs, will bj isauad on the 2J, K.1, 4th, nnd 5tb tns aut, at $2, to aH who n.av wi-h to vidt the t grirulturtl fair and Xar> laud institute. Leave Washington for Baltimore at. 6 acd 8}^ a. m . ?>nd 3 at.d 5pm On aundavs nt 6 a to an^ 5pm Leave rfuiiiin ue ti r Wa.binfr'on daily, except anuria) s, at 4}4 a^?l 9 a m, at d 5 atd 8 pm. On euuua>d at 4l4 a hi and 6pm lSy order: X. 11 PAKS0N8, Agent, o^* 2? lni UNDERTAKING A CABINET MAKING. ndrertifer retnrrs tincere thanks to a frlendu a??a the pefedc in > t eial 1' v th*?r put patrouagi;,! and informs tb* m th t witb in-1 Cfa,-' .1 facilities, he ia p*epared' .10 ati> (t-1 tu all ori>r? iu id* tine ol bcru?M witb pr. tn --tnesj and dispatch, lie (lives bis prr-onal at '?uti'n to, avid tbo e requiring bla rerviiwHWill always fina Km c*r?fol ard obligtng. t!ai.'s atteniifd to at al' hout*. day ut-d Die't In thirab ne: mak'Ui; iiuo be - tUJ ? 10 tw - bla to * ?atisf. et on ?s ler?tofor?* ll?s est'- Lnsbmeot i?>in t*a avaiue, Not. lei atxl between 17th utd lath tU, s'irat W?ia, Waeblngtoo. JUS S Pd U4WLBR, off! Cabinet Utkn aad Lnderukar."

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