Newspaper of Evening Star, April 7, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 7, 1855 Page 1
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VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C? SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1855. NO. 705. THE EVENING STAR PIBLISIIED EVERY AFTERNOON (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) * At the Star Building, comer Pennxylvt av+niiA and Bl$v?ntk strut, By W. D. WALLACII, WlU 1* lened to mhacrikers in the cities of Wash iMtnn, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS arable weekly to the Agents. To mail subscribed the rab*aription price is THREE DOLLARS ANn ffFTY CENTS . year fn arfeanee, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR fcr THREE MOlfTHd. oorino? C?wt. CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. "? OMt *?*!??* of th. Blood I Kot a Partiela of Xercnry In It J A? Unaunu Rex id? for Serofnia, KinR> Trii FJmsdas or Pnstale* ou th# fac-, Blotch-. Boul ^Joafogora Kyaa, King Worm or Tetter, 8*^5 JoSi ?f the Boom and "yPWHM? Biaordew, Lumbago. Spinal Complaints, and all the iWa ?rtrta* from a? injodij-oa* use of Mereurv, Im prad ?nre in I lie, or Imparity of the Blood. r[M valuable Medina, which has t?com- e*l? ^Mited for the number of txtracrdinary curea. a?c?d throo^h itsisge^ry, h*J induced the propri t.?1** w. r*lUrl't ?f their frienda, to offer TS- Zn l? *Cd Sr^fW curates prop erti a The foLowing certificates, re'ected from a large Bomber, are,^owerfr. stronger testimony man the mare word c?t'.e proprietors; and are.fi from gentlemen ws.l known in their locality and SCSfSSSSt Vt *? *0?*'lf tt* fach*Bf? Hot-!, Bfeh *"?? -^here **yf he has seen the Med. Mne ealled OatTn'l Btajtm Mixrcsa, ad.ainieiered imr!v fcI1 th? di?eaae? ~^mc,exa^?a, with the most a*ton iahincly goad results lie uya It is the moat a*, trasri.nary msdidns he haa sverseea. _^y? yy 0K*AT CURR.-I hsreby mrtuy that for three yean I had An? nd Fev? ?f the morteinlent (Option. I hS J^mI PJ" took large quantities of Quinine, Mercury and I bel'ere all the Tonics advertised, bnt ell witf ant permanent relief. At la*t I tried Carter's ftpanish Mixtu-e, two botti-e of which effS?J; eured me, end I am happy to ray I hare had neither ehills or feter* since. I consider it the beet Tonic la this world, and the only medicine that *rer reached my ease. JOHN LONODRN. Baina Ditch, near Richmond, Va. CL B- LUCK, fcq., now la the city of Richmond and for many year* in the Post Oflks, has snch aoafidenee in the aitonfcairg effloa;y of Carter's fpanuh Miitur. that he has l?acht upwards of 18 bottles, which he has glT^n away to the alB'cted.? Mr Lock saye he bw ne-er known It to fail when taken according to direction*. Dr. MINOR, a practising PhrdcUa, ard forme'J t of the City Hotel, in ti.e dty of Richm ond, says hi ha* witnessed in a nnmb*r of iuiancaa the effnets ol Oar ers 8p?nt3h Mixture, which w^re most truly mitprking. He says la a cm* of Consumption, de cbr^aSeedL*LiTar' th* s?od %SeyztB Vara woa 8AMUH1 il. DBINSRa, of tk# firm of Drinker A Morris, Ricoracnd, was cured cured of Lire- Ccm-1 plaint of three tears standing, fcy the use of twe bodies of Carter* j 8pan:-h Mixture. ORRATCURR Of SCROFULA.?The Rditers of the Richmond Republican h?d a se-rant employe-J te their press room, cnr=d of violent Scrofula, com b*ced with Rheumatljm, which entirely disabled him from work. Tiro bottles of Carter's SpenMh Mixture made a perfect cure of Lim, and the Kdi torsiw a pnbiio notice, bay they ' cheerfully racom mend >t s.i who are afflicted with any disease of the blood ? TILL ANOTHRRCURa OF SCROFULA.?I had a nrr valuable boy cared cf S^rofnla by Carter's Spanish Mixture. I consider it truly a valuable ^*3, M-Conductor cn the B- F. and P. R. R. Co . Richmond, Va. ?ALT RHEUM OF TWSSTY YEA Rj STANDING CUhED Mr. JOHN THOMPSON, reeidiiw in the dtyol Ridimond, tu curel h7 th-ee b^tUes of C^rter'e SpaaUh Mixt^rs, cf g^lt Rbenm, which he hid for ?eajiy Vnmtr yea-=. and which all the j-hyaidaa* of the ery aoald not car-*. 31r. Thompson is a well kxava aritnhant in the city of Richmondf and hie ? mest jararkabie. WM. AMATTHEk?8, of lUchaortd had a eervant ^rphi.ie, in the worse form, by Ca-ter> Bpanjsh Mix tare. He nays he chrcrfhlly reorm n-a is it, and conskiera it a very iaraluable meli rrwe ?D WIN BURTON, ccmmi*:oner ot the revenue, ?v? ha has seen th- good effects of Carter's gpanieh MixOare in a numb>r of Syphilitic ease?, and says it ? a i-erfect ?ure f. rt!,at horrible di^ase. , ^'M. 0. HASWOJD, af lii-hmond, cured cf old Ulwes, wh-ch disabled hl-n fmn wtlkiog *?ok a fcw bottler cf Carter's Spanish Mixture, and to *ulk without a crutch, in a short time permanently cu*ed. Prlndpfil Depot, at M. WARD, CLOSE * Co,, No. M Wcdan Lane, New York. ^A SONS, No. 182 North Second st_ nDumjs 1 DSNVRTT k B2XR3, No. 125 Main strast, Rich y.r i l, Vi. ?v ^n4,.for 8al' b? CHARLES STOTT, Waehinaton, D. 0; IIRNSY P2KL, Alexandria, and by Druggists ?wywfcere. f rica $1 r-" bottle, or six bottles for ti sec T1?ly Private TJodical Treaties oy THI PHYSIOLOGICAL VIEW OF MAURI AOS. bt ' H. B. LA CROIX, H. D? A LB A XT X F. KO Pages and 130 Ftoe Pialn and Oolorad Lltho graphs and Plates. *tr Price omly 115 Cants f* A^Sent free of postage to *11 parts of the Union" ClIEAPEPT BOOH EVER I PUBLISHED, ?nd ccnt&iniRg Bear*y d cb!e tho quantity of rta.'iig matter in that of the PITiK Cfc-NTh OR DOLLAR PUBLICATIONS. It treat* on the PHY3I0L0 OY OF MARRIAGE, and the | Secret Uflrmi tle^ and disorder j of youth and maturity, re volting tsvm exoe?ae?, which destroy thaphysical and men tal powers, with obeervations ?a marriage, iti duties aud d>rtna]ificatlcns, and their remedies; with UthogTa^ha, illustrating the anatomy and physiology, and JLaaies cf the reprc Aoctiee organs of both their structure, uaas ana f^aoti^ns A popr!<4r and comprehendve trea fcae on the di.lee and cuu^a, f single and mar ried hfo?happy and truifu' ii^uvj. uioda cf ce annng them - inf^citcns *rA 'afeitile cues?their atrrtation and ren.ovr 1 - j*.pvrtint hints to tho* contemplating mstrin^ny, tLat will overcome cb faetloaM to It; none, b?wer*r. should take thia im portant sap wi'hout first oonsaltiiig its pagca aemaentaries on the aiar^aea and mediaal treatment Cf females from Infancy to old axe, each case rrenh loally illustiatr l by beautiful lithographic plate*? nervoaa debility, lu caneea and oure, hy a process ! at onoe so siai^.e, eafo and effectual, that failure is lapoastbla?rui4 for daily management?an e?-*y en ^p.-vmaionhcea with practi^l okcarratk>98 ou a I ?aior, and more eucceaefui mode of tr?>atmen t?pre eantkn^ry hint) on the avils resulting from ecpiri o-l practice?an essay on all dl?eat es a.-islng trcm tndlacradon, with plain and simple rales by which all persons con cure thsmsdvej withnut mercury? ramediee for those self infiictad mL? riss and dbap ' p^iLted hopaw so nolbrtnnately prevalent in the ycucg. It is a trutafn] adviser to the manlM and i loae oontamplAting marriage. Its pertusl is par tlualarly reootidendrd to perMons entortaining ?e cr?t lou >ts or their phy4c?I eoodilUn, and who sre om^cious of having haaarded the health, happiiieas and privilege* to which every human beaoz is en. Uiied to. 6 Price Sioents par copy, or five oopies for one dol lar. Mailed free of postage to any part of the Dal U1 States. N. B.?These who prefer may ecnsultEr.LiOBca cpon any of the diseases upon which bU book treats either personally or by mail. Medicine &*nt to any part ot the Union atnordlng to directions, safe!) peoaed and carefully ^ecared frca all obesrration. Addreae Dr. M. U. LA CH01X, No 31 Maiden t-rv or Poet uffloe Bex 679, Albanv. N. ?. OtAee open daily from 9 a m to 0 p m, and on Sunday from ? until Ipo. ?^OSee Rsmorsd from No. K Bearer it, ? ?* *oldom Lans, Albany, N. Y. See 7 Martins uxui valled guitars - Three ol Hi*!* superb instruments anow on exhi Muoa tor a limned fx h??J, at o ir Mu.ic Store. The cnarming Ueauiy of Uitir tone < liciu the universal encomium, of Filfii m a?d Amat. ura. m.rOi HILBUd A HITZ, Sole Agents. LOOK HIRE!!* MORE louirrv LAND to .ill who served la ajiv wab since 1790, wh.tneras Oflttn Soldiers, Sailors. Marines, CI?k-?, Indians cbarw lains, Wagon Masters, Tramst*?, handsm' n (or their wiJows or minor children) who l.ave not v?;t received full 160 acre*, an ! have be< n in service14 diys, will do wdl t? write to us. yottpai.1, and their Land Warrants wi.l be foiward' d to iheiu for the above qu uitity, and no charge if they do not set it' LLOYD A CO., Claim Agent's Office, opposite U. S. Treasury Washmgto^Citr. D. C mar 6 - am ' ? kRDNANCE MEMORANDA; Perca&uoo Locks VF and Primers, by Lt Dahlg;en, U.S. N., in charge of experimental department, 1 vol, with en< graving^ pica 91 25. FRANCA TAYLOR, Tmaickt DvPAi-nfsmr, March 5,1855. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lo the holder* of stock of ihe United States described In the fol lowing notice of 3d January lait, that for the pur pose of completing the purchase of the amount ib< rein named, this dcpartaent will continue to purchase, upon the terms of said notice, to the ex tent of the residue o( the sum propowd not yet ob tained?My $1,158,565 06, If said stocks are offered and received h?*re prior to the first day of June next; Trkastet Department, January 3,1455. Notice is hereby niven to the holders of the fol lowing described Mocks of the United States, that this department is prepared to parchase, at any time between the date hereof and the 1st day of March next, portions of thorn; stocks, amounting in the ag gre^ate to $1,900,000, in the manner and on the te: uis hereinafter mentioned, to wit: In case of any contingent competition, within the amount staled, preference will be given in the order of time in which said stocks may be offered. The certificates, duly assigned to the United States by the parties who are to recaive the amount thereof, uiu?t be transiritted to this department; upon the r?c. ipt whereof, a price will be paid compounded of the following particulars: 1. The par value, or amount specified in each cer tificate. 2. A premium o*i l*ie stock of the loan authorize !?y the ?ct of July, 1816, redeemable November 12, 1858. of 2* per cent.; <m the stock of the loan au thoriz?d by isie actsif 18+2, redeemable 31st Decem ber, 1862, of 10 per cent.; on the stock of the loans authorized by 'he acts or 1847 and 1848, a id redeem able, the former on the 31st December, 1667, and the latter on th?20ih June, 1868, of 16 per cent; and on the stock of the loan authorized by the act of 1850, and redeemable on the 31st of December, 1864, (commonly called the Texan indemnity,) 6 per cent. 3. low-rest on the par of each certificate from the 1st of Jauuiry, 1855, to the date of receipt and set tlement at the Treasury, with the allowance (for the money to reach the owner) of on? day's interest in addition. Payment for said stocks will be made in drafts of | the Treasurer of the United States, on the assistant treasurer at Boston, New York, Philadelphia, as the parties may direct But to certfflcate will be entitled to the benefit of | this notice which shall not be actually received at the Treasury on or before the said 1st day of March next. JAMES GUTHRIE, mar 6?dtJunel Secretary of the Treasury. T^OTICE TO FLUTISTS.?F.ISENBRANDT'S W superior Premium Diasonic Flutes and Cla.ion cttes will be on exhibition and for sale for a few days at UlLBl'S & IIITZ'3 Music Depot. mar 19 DKAFNK8* CVRKD-The following u taken from Scott's Weekly: DEAFNESS.?We understand that the success which has followed the use of SCARPA'S ACOUS TIC OIL, in ca-es of Deafness, has been astonish ing, thousands of persons i aving been cured, whose cases were considered hopeless. The calls for this medicine are from all parts of the country, it being, we believe, the only article before the public for the cure of that distressing disease. Be particular and buy of Z. D. GILMAN, Wash ington, D. C., and S 8. HANCE, Baltimore, Md.,as there is a counterfeit article in the market feb 28?.'m STEWART'S SKYLIGHT DAGUERREAN Rooms, over Gait's Jewelry Store, Ta. avenue, is where the public can have spiendid pictures taken at more reasonable priccs than at any other room in the city. Call early. Satisfaction always given, mar 7?lm ORNAMENTAL PAINTERS, Q. R. VAR9IKLL * J. W.MANKIMS, Louisiana avenue, between 6th and ~th streeti, Next to Varnuui's Buildings, HAVING associated themselves to carry on the House. Sign, and Ornamental PAINTING iu all its branches, will be thankiul to receive all or dcrs in their line of business, and will use every ex ertion to give satisfaction. JOBBING in Glazing and Painting promptly at tended to. Give us a trial. mar 27? tf C. WARRINKR, WATCHMAKER, NEW WHEELS, PINIONS, AND EVERY KIND OF REPAIRS TO WATCHES, Ko. 330 Ptnniylvanla Avenue, (Between Ninth and Tenth streets,) mar 26?lm* WASHINGTON, D. C. A GREAT BARGAIN. WE have one of Knabe, Gaehle At Co.'s Louis XIV. style beautiful rosewood 7 octave PI ANOS, which has been slightly damaged and which we are now authorized to sail at a great bargain. Terms of payment made easy. JOHN F. ELLIS, Piano, Music and Stationery Store, mar 30 3UG Pa avenue, near 10th st. DENTISTRY. RB. DONALDSON, Dentist, late of the firm of . Hun; & Donaldson, continues to manufacture and insert those beautiful/ porcelain te? tb, with or without gums,' for specimens of which (made and de ^posited by the late firm) was awarded the first premium at the Mechanics' Institute Fair, recently held in this city. These teeth are cajved and shaded to suit each particular cane, and tfieir resemblnnce to the natu ral orpins U ho perfect a* to deceive the most prac tised eye. Particular attention alro paid to filling and pre serving the natural teeth. Charges moderate and all operations warranted. Office southwest corner Seventh and D s s.?en trance on D. mar 21?6m TAKB NOTICE. NEW SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. PW. BROWNING, Merchant Tailor, uuder # the United States Hotel, has just received a large supply of Spring and Summer Goods, and is now prepar d to offer great bargains to all in want of good and fa?kio:uikjle clothing. His " Ready made Clothing " will be sold at the following low prices: ? Whole suits, Coat, Pantaloons, and Vest, of thin cloth or casMinere, f.?r $12. Fine Black rrorU and Dress Coats, from $10 to $15. Good Business Coats for $7. Black and Fancy Pants, iroro $1 to $7. Marseilles ?nd Silk Vests, l'rom $2 to $5. He keep* always on hand a large aisortment cl fancy articles, such a* Shirts, Gloves, Cravats, Um brellas, 4tc. ??Sole Agent for the sale of Scott's Fashions.' mar 13?tj. TO THE LADIES. _ MISS S J. THOMPSON n)w prepared to show our largel HRPand well selected stock <f Milliner)I which she has just opened, of the la test styles which we are scllin* at the lowest priccs. and we cordially invite the ladies to call early and have tli3 first selections. We would also respectfully call their attention to j r ur large and hand handsome stock of Fanry Goods Perfumery. Gloves, Hosiery, Sic,, which we can ?ell at unusually low prices. HUTCHINSON Si MUNRO, No. 310 Pennsylvania avenue, First door west of Walter Harper St Co.'s. mar 28? ] NOTICE TO BUILDERS AND HOUSEKEEPERS.? Having made large additions to our stock and arrangements for a constant eurply, we now offer, at nxxlerar* prices, for cash, a good assortment of Building Maieiia's and House furnishing articles, such ad ? Butts, fast and lo*se Joints of all sizes Parliament Hinges, Patent Blind limges A variety of strap H luges Gimlet Point Screws, Brass and Iron B Its Axl? Pullies, Patent Sash and Blind Fastenings A variety of Mortice, Rim and other Locks A complete assortment of Carpenter's Tools Pocket and Table Cutlery, Spades, Forks Hoe*, Garden Tools, Charcoal Furnaces, Cooking Stove* Grates, Col lias's improved Parlor Stove, a very com plete arrangement for beating a number o( rooms Wooden Ware, a good variety of Brushes, Brooms, ProbaWy the^st assortment of Children's Gigs to be found In the District Patent Ventila ing Kef igentors, for convenience and utility the best aruclf ever offered in any market ? , To all of which we invite the attenton or our friends and the public. . __ JOHNSON, GUY k CO., Pa. avenac, between 10th and llih *tt. ap3?eo3t J)EKRY'S AND GILLOTT'S 8TKEL PENS various kinds and size*, bought in person troui e maker* and unnamed genuine. I mate fUAWK TAYLOR. GRAND CIVIC AMD KILIf ABY BALL OP THE WASHINGTON YAGERS. KA8TBH MOIIO VT, April 0.1855. AT CARUSI'S SALOON. rr*HE WASHINGTON YAGERS respectfully an 5. nounce to tbcir Mads.both civic and military that their next bail will be given on MONDAY NIGHT, April 9th, at Carufi *s Saloon. The Committee of Arrangements pledge them selves to us** every effort to make the Ball pleasant and agreeable to all who may favor them with their company, nn<l have no doubt ahail make every one feel at home. Weber's fine Cotillon Band wiH b? present and perform some of their finest pieces of music. Tickets $1 50? to be hod of the Committee of Ar range menu and at the door on the night of the ball. Committee of Jlrrane,cmenU. N Happ, J Bu>hcr, M Kiippd, P Schweitzer, IS Veidt, F Miller, F Bergen?hausen, J Angermann, mar 31?dtb OB tBD FIBEXEfl'3 AND CIVIC BALL TO BI 01VEN BT THE Columbia Fire Company If o. 1, AT JACKSON HALL, BASTE* MONDAY NIGHT, Apnl 9th, 1855. 1M1E members of the Company pledge themselves that nothing will be left undone to make it one of the best balls of the season. Professor Louis Weber's celebrated Cotillon band has been engaged for the cccasion. Firemen are requested to appear in uniform. No hats or cap will be allowed in the hall except those worn by firemen. Tickets ONE DOLLAR?admitting one gentle man and Ia<lie6 ; to be had at the principal hotels, and at the door on the evening of the ball. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Thos. Young, Jas Lowe, Thos. Dwyer, Jas Martin, Isaac Beers. Reception Committee. j!W Martin, Jas Coleman, G F SmollwooJ, T E Young, H Purdy, It Harrison, F II Sage, A McDermott, M Marccron, I Beers, C Robinson, Jos Marcercn, PJEnnis, D W Jarboe. mar 30,23,27,29,31 ,Api2,3,4,5,6,7.&.9 COME ONE! COME ALL! ! GRAND MILITARY AND CIVIC BAIL! or the SCOTT GUARDS, AT CARUSI'S SALOON, THURSDAY, April 19,1833. TIIE SCOTT GUARDS respectfully announce to i their friends and the public generally that they will give a ball on THURSDAY, April 12th, 1855, at CaruM s Saloon, for the purpose of aiding the corps io purchasing their arms, The entire success of ou r first ball inspires us with renewed confidence, and we pledge ourselves to use ev? ry exertion in our power to make this, our j second effort, equal if not superior to the first. ^Tickets $1. ap5,?,9,10.1I8Ll2* THE COMMITTEE. FIRST ANNUAL BALL OF THE MARION RIFLES, AT CAKUSTS SALOON, ' ON MONDAY EYENIMO, Ap'l 16. 1S35. 'I HE Committee of Arrangements have much j 1 pleasure in announcing to the friends of the Company and the public the First Annual Ball of the Marion Rifles as above. Frederick Frosperi's celebrated Cotillon Band has been engaged. 1 Tickets admitting a gentleman and ladies to be had at the usual places, of the Committee and at the door on the evening of the Ball. All persons other thaa Military, are requested not to wear their hats or caps in theBall room. The Ball wili be opened with the "Marions' Grand Match," (composed for the occasion,) at 9 o'clock. Committee of *frrangerrents Capt F M Sheckell, Sgt J L Fox well, Lt J B Sears Sgt S Gait, Ensign W J W.ilker, Sgt W H H Towers. ap2?eo3tk<Ub (Organ) WILLARD'S HOT E iT, ~ Old Point Comfortt Va. THE Proprietors lake great pleasure in informing I their many friends and the public generally that this magnificent Summer Hotel 19 now being fitted 1 up In the inoft modern and comfortable style tor the coming reason. The house will be opened on the fir t of June, with nothing left unprovided that may promote the con fort and happiness of its guests. The proprietors also take much pleasure in saying that they will be prepared and happy to accommo date from the fint of May any who may favor them with a call. Board per day $2 00 By the week, per day 1 50 By the month, per day ..... 125 Batfu free for the guests. ap 2?tf c. C. WILLARD k BROS. REFRIGERATORS, WATER COOL ERS, ICE CREAM FREEZERS, Ac. RECEIVED this day a supply of Waterman's 1 Patent Ventilated REFRIGERATORS, univer sally acknowledged to be the best Refrigerator ever presented to th; pubiic. Austin's Patent Magic Ice Cream Freezer, war ranted to produce a superior Cream in five mmut&. Water Coolers, all sszes. together with a ceneral assortment of House Furnishing Goods, all of which will be sold at reduced prices. C. W. BOTELER, ap 4?en6t Iron Hall. PATENT ICE PITCHER. T^IIIS PITCHER u similar in appearance, and equally convenient to those in common use, hut is so constructed that when the cover is down every j part of its contents is doubly encased Iroin the at mosphere, the effect of which is that one and a half] pounds of ice placed in three pints of water will last nearly seven hours, whereas, the same weight tf icc in a like quantity and temperature of wafr in a common pitcher, ouiy lasts about two hours Being compoged of metal, it is of course more du rable Uian the ordinary china pitcher. This, taken n co inexion with the convtnience and luxury of always haviig ice-water on hand, and the immense raving of ice, renders it decidedly the most eco nomical pitcher now in use. For sale at the manufacturer's retail prices by C. W. BOTELER, ap 5?co6t Iron Hall. PIC II 8 O S S WITil DEFECTIVE \i?ion are invited to examine iny^ extensive stock of all kinds oImPECTA*

CLES and EVE-GLASSES. Glasses* of auy kind, such as Cataract, Parabola,' Feriscopic, Double Concave, Double Convex, and Colored Glasses, put in at short notice, with great care, a.*d persons in want of glasses may be sure to gel those which benefit the eye. 49" Circulars "Defective Vision," gratis at II. SEMKEN'S, 330 Pa. avenue, bclw. 9:h and 10th sts. mar 30 HAIR WORK. ORNAMENTS of Hair, such as Bracelets, Ckat elains, Chains, Breastpins, Earrings, Finger Ilmas, made to order, of any desired design. AU orders faithfully attended to. Specimens may be seen at iny store. H. SEMKEN, No. 330 Pa. av.t between 9ih and 10th sts. Mar JO JOS. NKFF'S PREMIUM VIOLINS AND VI olinceilos can be seen at our Music Depot. Amateurs and the profession are invited to call and try ttie*e cxctUent instruments 111 Mil's & HIT/.. Agents. A good Contrabass lor sale low for cash, if iminv] diat? application be made as above. mar 23 TABLECUTLERY, ALBATA FORKS AND SPOONS, fcc JUST received a large assortment of superior Ta ble Cutlery of every variety. Also, every *t le of the finest quality ALBATA *ORKS, SPOONS, TEA SETS. CAKE BAS KETS, CASTORS, Ac. M. W. GALT k BRO , 334 Pa. ave., betw. 9th and 10 Ji sts. mar 13 ?tf STOP YOUR COUGHING. JU8T received, p*r Adams li Co.'s Express one case of Maillarit's \ew York Gold Medal GUM DROPS, constsung of Banana, Vanilla, Raspberry, Lemon, and Horehobnd flavors. Also, a complete assortment of his s?l?brat#d Chocolates, of universal reputation and without riTal In th? United States. For sale at Z. M. P, KING'S, ?65 Vermont aveaue, corner I street, war l(Mf EVENING STAB EDS1T. ** ot*ALD MAHSIY. ssr Tliough a million T?.^^ n ' brow? And for all the ?toJLKS^! ?'rr iL e^S?3teri^4*es ThBVt ro,,ed ??VS$?iMTV5* "*? And the fleab anj5hT7re-Vlk,hf brand ?r,in. Hath a spirit wlu,in t0 Eden *kii* bOU?d bi,U_ Only nurture up E^e^rom^him. ?*And S^SXSff S?,h?,?e hUman faCe' - Y*i '? 1" Hevt, ym Ay, nan?though he hearth the brand A# =i Hmh n^6- 1 ani'devi1 naitl round hun'? Ilath a spirit within to old Eden akin, Only nurture up Eden around him. 0'rtJ^,tKrr??',he t0"?re?> the miseries dark. Ye^are fmm?d cnMh*J ??"! cankered ! m-X ,he dtiu?e humanity's ark 0 ?h?1 ?" ww serene Ararat anchored. Th! !L* ?', c^a,ns that ,in)l henven to earth E?i 4,1 lio,e can,,ot 8ever! a/. .w ln 118 own dark hearth, An 1 the good lireih on forever. An?f??~^h?u he btare,h the brand of gin Hmh . r Jni ,he devil huh bound liiiu-L Hath a *pint within to Eden akin, Only nurture up Eden urouad him. A MONSTER GOLD BOULDER. The California Chronicle, of the 7th of March, publishes a letter from a man signing himself A. Seymour Smythe. It was written to a merchant in San Fran cisco, who, on the strength of the state ments?after the manner of the Arabian Tales, in our opinion?sold out his stock of goods at a very low price, with the express intention of going, like Mahom med, to the mountain. Only think?a gold boulder, worth from two to ten mil lions of dollars! The writer says in the course of his statement: u."a} hiad ,P.icked waJ for some minutes, hardly looking at the rock, when all at once I observed a little gold in it. I jumped up, and, by Jupiter ! the whole boulder-about ten feet high and wide, and twice as long?was lousy with gold! In one side there was a place about two feet square where the quartz was richer than any I ever saw in the San Francisco assay ofhee. I picked out ?20 with my knife in half an hour. I danced like a crazy man, and if I had not been afraid 1 would have yelled worse than a thou sand Indians at a war dance. I can't liken my feelings to anything I ever felt on earth. At first T felt scared at the thought of how rich I would be, and m, heart rose in my throat; then I felt as though I had been chased bF the Devil and had managed to get inside of Heav en 8 gate just as Satan was about to catch me by the coat-tail. It was not | Ion; before I got over my happy sp?ll. I had no money-no tools; provisions were high ; I had no friends and no ac quaintances ; I ate my hare, and stayed at the rock thinking until it was too late U> go home. It got cold; I laid down and tried to sleep, but cculd not; I got up, and walked back and forth' J thinking, all night. It was a terrible, miserable night. " In the nrorning, when the sun shone upon the rock, I was happy again. 1 es timated its value at not less than two possibly eight, or eighteen millions of dollars it might even be! Now, Bob, don t laugh at me. I was desperately wild with joy. I, who had been a dreamer and a poor devil so long, was to be rich ! to be a king! to be able to cai r<F eIecuti?n doling schemes which have so often brought the ridicule of the stick-in the-muds upon m; ! I was at last to be able to go home and claim Rosetta under the hard conditions made by your father." The postscript is a follows; " P- k. Don't let the secret get out, for all the world, for if people find it out we il be all killed, as sure as you live. Bring six or seven kegs of first qaalitv Uasttng powder, not rilie powder. Come which ever way you can come soonest. If a steamer leaves for San Pedro soon after you get this, that will be your best course. Buy four or five first-rate pack animals, with Mexican saddles, at Los Angelos, and get a good Mexican boy of eleven or thirteen years to look after I hem. Bring a lot of sardines and can oysters; we can get other provisions here, though at a high price. John and Bill and your self must each have two of Colt's revol vers, one navy size, and the other smaller. If you come by the Tulare Valley, strike the river twenty miles below Greenhorn, and at Jones s Camp you'll find a letter from me. I don't know but that we could break off the d d rock bitter with iron wedges than with powder. Go to some stone mason and ask the best plan to break a boulder in pieces. Bring some little *edg?s along, anyhow; I think j ou will find wedges for splitting rocks for sale at Southworth's irorTstore, on the corner of Battery and California stroct8i \CT A case of most unprovoked mur der occurred on the Philadelphia road, a few days ago. A number of Germans who were engaged in cutting wood, had concluded their labors for the day, and while passing peaceably along towards their homes, one of the party named Val entine Fillinger, remarked that he would like to kill some one, and taking a knife from his pocket, he stabbed a man by the name of |Fox in the arm. Fox started to run, and Killmger coming up with him, dealt another blow, which inflicted a dangerous wound in the back of the ncck. Fox then fell to the ground, and Fillinger deliberately cut his throat from ear to ear, causing immediate death. Fillin ger then turned to the rest of hia com panions, and defied them to approach him, threatening any of them with death if they should attempt to arrest him. The perpetrator of this foul deed h?s! thus far escaped the vigilance of the offi cers, although the most strenuous efforts have been put forth to bring him to jus tice. An inquest was held over the body of the deceased, and a verdict rendered in accordance with the facts. Fillinger is represented to be a dangerous charac ter, having previously maliciously in flicted a severe wound on another party. It is to be hoped that he will be over taken by the law, and receive that re ward which his misdemeanors deserves. , [Batimore American. The Wat Youkq Placide, the actor, was once applauded in an extraordinary manner, the following will show. We would advise our readers not to laugh at the incident which is thus related: a lauj, a f Orleans public, was performing on the same evening, it being for her "benefit." At the close of the performance, she was called out, and bouquets, and other and more costly tokens of approval, were lib erally bestowed upon her. Nerwas Mr. Placide not remembered. He was enthu siastically applauded in an afterpiece: and while he was engaged in his part, amidst applause, something very bright came whizzing and flashing upon the stage, passing only a little distance above his head, and going through a scene iii the rear of the stage, and disappearing from view. "Turn him out! turn him out!" said a hundred voices at once; and the vocif erators looked up to the quarter of the house whence the missile, or whatever it was, bad proceeded. But at length all was still, and the play proceeded to the end without inter ruption The man who had created the disturbance was removed, (struggling, to-be-sure, but simply remonstrating without other resistance.) As Mr. Placide was in his un-dressing room, preparing to leave the theatre, a man appeared at the stage-door, inquiring for him. "Show the gentleman up," said Mr. Placide. And up he came. I "Play-side," said he, almost with tears I in his eyes?for be was in a maudlin I mood?"Play side, you have always been I a great favor-t7e of mine?always. Now I I've been cruelly treated here to-night. I and I was determined not to go home till I I had seen you, and told you about it? I for, Play-side, you have always beon a great favor-tfe of mine." "But. my friend, what is your cause 1 of complaint ? Who has insulted you ?" "Well, you see, when I see 'em throw ing flowers, and diamond-pins, and little pocket-books down to tbat pretty Mrs.! H thinks I, I'll throw something to Piay-side, for he's my favorite; and I did I throw it!" I "What was it ?** said Placide, havingl an inkling of a curious explanation. "Why, it was my best chiscl. I am a| cabinet-maker, and I'd had it put in first I rate order, and 'twas handy in my pock-1 et; and I sent it, 'cause you was ahvaya I a favor-of mine, Play-side ! If it had I beeu three times as good a one youl should ha' had it, 'cause you was always! a favor-?7e of mine!" Placide says he like? cordial applause, I but he doesn't want it to come "full! chisel!" I LEI TEE FROM WABHIHGTOH. 1 Mr. Cummins has furnished the Boston Post with the following copy of a letter from his friend Blighted, who has been at Washington a3 a petitioner, and re turns unsuccessful. Washington, Feb. 7,1855. I Dear Cummins I am getting tired of this business. 1 came here with a fat I wallet, and it is now getting as thin as the frame of Calvin Edson. They drink like fish here; every introduction costs I me a silver top. I can't even turn round I without lorking over a quarter. Have to | pay a " kit's eye" for being shown the| direetion of a street. Am frequently in-1 vited to change breath with members of I Congress, but they invariably leave mc 1 to settle. Wty I send my clothes to the washerwoman, my room-mate sends his at the same time, and leaves me to I pony over for both when they come back Am asked to change a ten dollar bill by I one, and to loan five to another; the first I turns out to be worth but fifty cents on I the dollar, and the last I never hear of again. { Cummins! it's all "goins. ' Oh, I heavens! the last is the worst of all. i have just rung for my bill, and find upon it eleven bott es of wine and eighty-ovc\ whiskey punchcs which I never called for. 1 Am no gentleman if I dispute the bill ? I it takes my last dollar?my affairs are in a state of uncertainty, and I return home a dead head. Gh>od bye, Cummins,?you have always been pretty good to me,? gcod fellow,?noble soul?boo?hoo-? boo?hoc?grave stones; I shall call and make my selection woen I return. A plain inscription would be preferred. As lor the device, say, the American eagle hoiking in his claws my memorial; a pair of scales representing interest weigh ing down principal, and " material aid " in the back ground. In order to avoid a public reception, I shall return at mid night. It is my present intention to an nounce myself a candidate for the poor house. The train has just left with me in it. I go in the emigrant car. Yours truly, B. Blighted. (E7? A Tyneside emigrant, writing home from Melbourne, says : " On our casting anchor in Hobson's bay, a newspaper reporter came on board and furnished us with copies of that morning's Argus; and the first thing which caught my eye was a report of a meeting of the " unemployed,1 which bad been held the previous day on Flag staff Hill, and attended by about 1,500 of the working classes of Melbourne. Very agreeable news, this, to men who had come 16,000 miles in the expecta tion of selling their labor to good advan tage." THE WEEKLY STAB. Ttala excellent Fuuly u4 News Joweel?ene tuning a greater mtuy of Interesting Ji*g tk* can be fonnd in any other?i? published or Saturday _ Ttuta. Single copy, per annoat gj _ ro CLria. ?>?? COp*W .? 5 00 T? do g yo Twenty ?o C^CiM, iWiiiiiit in abtarcb. {*?-Single copiM (to wrapper*) caa be pwd at tha counter, immediately after the taene of the paper. Price?nui emm. PorriusTaas who act aa agents wfll be allowed a coram>aaioa of tweaty per eeat. Last Hours of a Lbgislatt**.?The New Orleans Commercial Bulletin sptakn in the following terms of the closing scene of the Louisiana Legislature: "We learn that the saturnalia which usually accompanies the adjournment of the Legislature far exceeded in wild ex cesses any that ever before were wit nessed. The Legislative Hall was like a drinking saloon, the scene of drunken orgies which would hare astonished even the habitues oT ihose disorderly bouses. The master of misrule was let loose, and allowed to run riot. Officers, members, pages, servants and outsiders were on an equal footing, and the scene would have symbolized the grand feature of pure de mocracy?perfect equality?KaH there not been a master spirit among them, ru ling them with despotic and arbitrary sway. King Alcohol was supreme in una K^.wv-u-u nan. pie. Sardinian Emigrants?The Com missioners of Emigration have received a proposition from the Venezuelan Consul, the intention of which is to relieve the City from the burden of supporting the Sardinians who recently arrived at this port. The Consul, aware that able bodied men are in demand in the region which he represents, proposes to ship the exiles to Venezuela, and so to remove them from all charges upon our treasu ry, provided that the Commissioners will pay $25 per head, as the price of their passage. It is estimated, however, that all the lame, halt, blind, and improper, are to be excluded from these offers The Commissioners show a desire to be rid of these people, but will not dispose of a part. 1 he Consul has vet to answer the' counter proposal.?N. Y. Times. A "Lkathir Mkdal."?This sort of testimonial is certainly no longer a myth or an untried experiment, for one of quite elaborate finish and decorations was ac tually presented yesterday, to a promi nent member of the House of Representa tives, in the name of his "constituents/' who it is claimed have been greatly edi fied by his legislative acumen, and in this manner desired to christcn him as the "Chief Bunthoon." Out of delicacy to the well known intense modesty of the parties, and the exquisite taste of the classic and unique testimonial, we sup press all names* connected with this re markable historical transaction, in the belief that the hnrdness of the one side of movement is fully offset by th? softness of the other.?Boston Transcipt. Slanderer.?A person of whom the Greeks showed a deep appreciation, when they made the word ojnonjmous with evil. Slanderers are at all events econom ical, for they make a little scandal go a great way, and rarely open their mouths except at the expense of other people. We must allow that they have a good ex cuse for being defamatory, if it be their object to bring down others to their own level. O? On Sunday last a man in Albany, New York, replenished his fire-place with a hickory back log, and after it becamc pretty well ignited, it gave forth strange noises, hissing and snapping as though an extraordinary frying was going on. The peculiar noise attracted attention from all present, and on taking the stick off it was found to be hollow, and the baked remains of a black snake, appa rently some three feet in length, lymg inside. 3^7* Looking over other people's af fairs and overlooking our own is termed curiosity. If a opy may bo executed by the laws of wat, surely a Paul Pry may be kicked of horsewhippad by the laws of society. There is no pcace with such a man, unless you declare war against him. MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. Namt. Lear* For Da%m. Union New York......Havre ...Apl. 7 \?ia ... Boston Liverpool. .Apt 11 Baltic..*. Liverpool New York .Mar 24 Washington.........Breaaea New York..Mar 2b \merica Liverpool.... Boston .. Mar. 31 {&- The California Hteam*rs leave New York on ilic 5th and iWih ?f each month. 1RRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS. national Hotel?i. n. willais J Thompson. En$ J Newton, jr, Pa tl D Laminar, -VIJ T l leu tin lit. do T Killam, N8 G Washington, Va L ll Diller, Pa Mr* K. lley, do G G Ouhl, Mil W Hcbbs, jr. Ma^* M P Jone* N W Gourtuor, Pa E II Piizhugh, Va A 8 Gienu, do j Duval!, do M Mar?h, do Mis* Wayiand fc aiater, NY F A Grtswold, Md J I. Owen, Ga P Potsall, Va W B Barker a laiy, do J Kvwuin, Jr, It lady, Pa Mra LecumpriM, do T Lewie, DC 8 P.irkaon M lfu|he?. NY W H Sackett. do J T lUcketla, Pa U Pau k. Me 8 Rice, do Browaa1 Hotel?t r.kn brow*. 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