Newspaper of Evening Star, June 28, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated June 28, 1855 Page 1
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THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERT AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) 41 tkt Stmr rontMr Pmnn/lvawf mr* - 13 nnl E'*r**tk ny w. n. WALI.ACR, Wi:t He ?KT-d tt> ?'ib?orib<Ti In U?e c?tW of W*atv taMCHt, r,HW?rnwn, Alnandria, RaWmnrr and n,t?Hph'?. at *!X A VP A QUARTER CENT?, mriMr u> the A*f-nu. To mail rotecribera 0h> ?tifcwriptwwi pric<*!? THUEE DOLLARS A VD FIFTY CENTS * year In France, TWO DOL LARS ft* SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR Ior THilEE MONTHS. corn on 0fT IJ.,.11,1" H|IIWI 111 II HF-L .JIR..JL-.JJH 1 VOL. V. WASHINGTON, I). C., THURSDAY JUNE 28. 1855. Hi J > ?. THE WEEKLY STAR. m4 hi ?utefo?4ii 9u*\*cipj, Katarday -141 NO. 775 ^t?|||. M ^rfl?ty Ak.hh ?? IChCMi, pnaitiiT ? *?? AJica. 09- Win fir copies (to wrappers) can kr procond at Um tNitw, latiBfdiatoly after the uw of paper- Prif*?tbmi ttm. Porr* mm who set as b^vti wU Sr altowW - ^<ra<f<n<a prr r?"ru SOMETHING JTf.W TJ 7T>ZB THE 8U5. CHARLES WERNER, Pennsylvania avenue, opj-mte Drotens'' Hotel. HAS Ittcd up the commodious hall owr hit Bm tmmni v a first class LAOtiR BRER 8U LOON, havinj pm-ured a -apply of every luxnry ai4 onlnrti fottnd In first cla?s establishments of the kind in the Nfihrn cltie*. Hia RHIN F. WINES and French White Wmea, >4 well as hi* Clarets, Setar*. Lager Beer, German, IiaJtan, nn<l Sw-itxer CHEESES, and indeed ? f ev ery oth*>r appropriate luxury in such an establish ment, is uusurpa-wed in this country. Hcmlicit!) 2 call fro? his friends ana tJie public. way 19?tf DENTISTRY. KB. DONALDSON, Dentist, late of the firm ot . Hunt at Donaldson, continues to manufacture and insert those beautitnl ^JRSM Ccelmn teeth, wtth <>r without gum?, ^ZZST? specimens of which (made a:>d de nnei'.- l by the tat*- firm* wm awarded the first premium at the Mechanics' Institute Pair, recently held in this city. Ttie*e teeth are carved and shaded to nit each particular case, and their resemblance to the natu ral organ* ia n perfect a* to deceive the mort prac ticed eye. Particular attention also paid to filling and pre ?ervin* the nitural teetJi. ( 'barge* moderate and all operation? warranted. OlBee south weat corner .Htrreatii and D * s.? en truice on D. mar 21?6m " LAND WARRANTS WANTED. TB E mid* signed vkill pay tbf highest price for Laud Warrants. stock* bought and sold on Commission. HAMILTON (5. F.ANT, Nn. 434 Pa. avenue, Washington, may'2U ?lm <lnt Vliiron) ICE-ICE?ICE! CiHARLKS W^KNIC1*, on Pa. avenue, / opposite Brown?' Hotel, will keep throughout the season an amp'e suppl i of Pettib-me's b st ICE, which he wi!) 9*11, on call, in any quantities, at the lewest pos>ible ra?es may '28?dt^epSD PURE SILVERWARE?A MAGNIFI CENT ASSOUTMENT. MW. GALT ik. BRO ca'l attention to their ? unusually large abutment of Silverware, ???insisting of? Solid silver 1'ea Sets, complete Silv t Pitchers, s.?id Siiv.? trustors Stiver Cups and Saucer*. Gcblets Silver Ft?h Carver? .?nd Forks. Crumb Scrapers Ca?e Kniv s, Fruit Shovels Sugar Sifters Jelly ?p on<, Cheese Groups Pickle Knives and Forks Olive Spoons, -*alad Tongs, Vegetable Forks Fruit Knives, Ice Tongs, D -sseit Knives Soup. O aiu and Gravy Ladles Ice Cream Knives, Sa.t Cellar* Napkin Rm*s, Butt r Knives, Tea Strainers T> a, T\ble, and D ;sert Spoon* .uid Forks of every variety Break ta t and dinner Coffee Spoons, kc. Al-o, a v-ry lar-s assortment of Fancy Silver ware, suitable lor wedding, birth day, and other presents The ntove is all of our own manufacture and is warranted to be pure. M. W. OALT ?i BBO., J#4 Pa. ave., betw. 9tb and 10th st*. nar 31?tf V"OTICE?I received this day a new aasort i> aent ot SLEEVE BUTTONS and STUDS, of the latest styles. Also, a variety of otlier new ?<h?Js: as Vest Chains, Chaletains, Brace leu, Pins Rnrrmr1 Rinfr, etc. Gr*ai nuluci men's offered to purf haiw-r*. II. SEMKCN, No 330 Pa. avenue, bet. 9th and 10th <' XF Nnc Prinls put to Gold Pens at short notice. Ptfcnniid* remounted, an.I Jewelry made to ord^r. m.ir Si?n "prospectus For publishing a ww?tK!y Musical fVor/t in tk4 ntif of W'uhmgion. THE und< r-irm d, at the solicitation of many ot their esteemed customers, propose puol^bing a monUiv Musical Work, entitled The National Monthly Musical Magaiiae The Ma^ume wid contain from 'our to six pages of Music, selected from Uu best European and Nv t ve Com >os.-rs In addition to the Music an extra ?he? t will be added, containint the latent Musical News, Musical No.ions, fcc. The Mogaxioe will b.: pr<nt d on the be.-t quality .Music pap? r,ai:d will be printed from en^iivrd plates, in th* neatest man ner. The first oum'oer of the Magaxine wi?| b-; teady at >ut the 1 -t o; July, Mr. S V. N yss. the Agent for the Work, will ?^?icit -u!.?cnptn>n from the citixen' of the Diitrict of t Junbia ?rj<l ahow a specimen number. J*mt* 11 Brnnw, No. 130 Bridge street, ia the a^ent tjt Cior^cbiwu. M ^ TIILBUS & HITZ, Depot, cor. Pa. av.. l.th and D ?u?, Star Bui.dmgs, Washington, D. C. Jaae <-tf 4 A CARD. am 44 He?no my m tk* rood to broat Redaction in the prioo of Hats * Cap*. '?'HE iind> r<igned, havint. made arrangeRt* ud i. with a New York Hut Company to be con dually suppli* 1 with tlie very best Moleskin 01 tiKESS KATd, gr>t up in the latest style, oflers tiers i: the nuprecedented low price of worth ft- m f iir to 6ve dollars; necon t quality, $.<? wo,in tran (J 30 to $4 ; and a very genj lashk a ab!>> Hat at w trtb from to $3,50. Alao, D be a Co s Hats, at d iau?h leaa advnuc? thin they have beeu here tof r? sold in this city. First rate beaver Hats ?3^?. All kinds at <w(\ H ATS and CAPS very low. In order to swll ai the tb ?ve low prices the cr.sh ?ystrm ma.i be a4optrd; coose^uejitly liioee wba bii<-cImm will not be cb irged fr?m fitteen m twenty Ave pel ?.eut. as an >ffset Air bail debts. ANTHONY, (kr mni.y years in the employ of Todd at Co.) No. 3.(>luaihia place, 7th xt., ap 13? tf 2d door nonb of pens, avenue. FINE WATCUES. HAVING v-ade a coajuder&klt- addition to mj stock of icntH F4T?rr Livxia, an.l tsnias' watcmss ? >f trst qu-i ity, n^avy IB carat) Also, SILVER WATCHES for boys. I offer them <tt greatly reduced pnee*. The mov> ments are selected with great eare, and ' ye/j Watch is HXMmirJtd. Persona in waut uf a fine uxu>Uuiepcr tie tl>vuc<i to examine rjy aivwunem. H SEMKEN, No. 339 Pa. avnaue, bf-tw. atlt and 10th ?u. ?ar 30 REEi?'S EAGLE PLUMBING AND GAS-FITTING DEPOT. THE sut.-. rib?r rm-pectfully ann?mnc;s to hw friends and the public in general thit he hi".* re Ce'.v^d uif fi t U>r of Pe ce!ebrate<l DODUE S IH31HLE ACTING riCCTION AND FOHCE PUMP, wh .) r? xi-ived the SILVHil MZDAL at tne laie Fair of the Metropolitan Mechanics9 Insu tate, aad i? o.,w prepared to fur rush all who maf Uv..r tua with a cull. Uissioc? oiUi!) K1XTL1M?3 IH axjur I"4*"! in the District. Wit 1 tii- of com -tent workmen be priJea tom^lfto fi l ar.yord-rs in the PLUMBING AND ^AS-f ITTING tme with promptness and dfctfp&teh. eWAIl w.kk June warran.ed to give complete ?Osftction JOHN RSBHE, ?T i?tf cor. Sixth at. and Pa avenue. PROSPLRI S CORNET BAND. TBl^ Band is suiubie (qf anr and all purposes, t..l 1* warranted to giv? Kiustaction to all those ?ho ma> be pleased to engage thtni, either a* a Brass, Reed, or CotiUou Band. Any number ot mu>i< ians to be had at the short *? notice by applying to FREDEUIC PBOSPEBI, Lender, at Taluvuit'a dtore, opposite the Marine Barracks. N. B.-Orders left at Hllbus h. Hitx's Muain De win be promptly attended to. ?sy as?4m ALL STKAWUKEtS ?iMimg the City should s?e Hunter1* Cctalogiu 'rf the 1 urumues of the Patent Olfi~e. Ainu, nn ^tnp'e.n of Powell's Great Picture. HL'liiTEM is to be seen at 4ft 6 Nuith street. _?ay*l-3w* fHLLAD&LPHIA LAGtB BSEE DEPOT, 391 Pa eiswuf, k'ieeen 4% end H*k it?. 11' E havf- at all times the best PHILAl'BLPHI.^ 7 ? L \ULii HE?U Ob hand and offer it now (cm Ior p?( ksga aad in quart Miiw tor 91 II ioxsn vVa tend !(*? b?e< riee ol < st to all, paru of itM ?nr. 4#" Mauy pny^cians hnvs r?coitun?nded ihlt u?vr a? ous of the b?M iwusdies for weak atouiaoha >e" * " Dr. L. B. WRIGHT'S UKFAILIHO "SCKOFULOUS A*TIDOTF,w For the P<*rmanent Cure cf CONSUMPTION n-nd all Other form Of SCROFULOUS DISEASES. THIS Medicine i? pre part-d bv an eminent physi 1 cianof eighteen years practice in New York city, daring which time he has constantly used it wiih the most unbounded success, and create.1 for it a reputation in private p-acticc, unequalled in the history of medicine. It acta immediately upon the b ond,"clnan*tng it fVom ail scrofulous humor* or im purities, renovating and, by its magic powers, IN V1GORATING THE WHOLE 8YSTEU, in proof of w >ich, hundreds of respectable witnesses from the doctor's private practice have given in their tes timony, and entreat those sulft ring from any scrofu lous affection, to call upon tkein a d u/titfy vour ttltti A Treatise on Scroftilous diseases can be had gratis at PRINCIPAL DEPOT 409 Droadway, told at D ug Stores general'y. CHARLES 8TOTT fc CO., Agents for Washington. I>?. L. R WR*OIIT'9 TASTELESS "LIQUID CATHARTIC," OK, FAMILY PHYSIC TH*? is the BEST. CHEAPEST,and MOST EF FICIENT CATHARTIC EVER OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC. ' It is TASTELESS, (thereby avoiding the nan? ea ting effect of Pills, Oil, Senna, flic.,) and p. oducmg no griping or other painful effects. Unlike all oth er pnrga'ives, it searches to the. bottom of the dis ease, thoroughly cfeanws the stomach, ai>d leaves the bowels entirely free from cr?tivene?. NO F* MIL V SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT. Children drink it l*adilv and without forcing, and NO MEDICINE IS MORE HIGHLY RECOM MENDED hy the MEDICAL FACULTY Give it a trial and then j*i Ige for vourselves It can be had wholesale and retail at E H. STA RLER k CO'S. Baltimore, or CHARLES 8TOTT St CO., Washington, D C. DR WRIGHT'S PRINCIPAL DEPOT, 409 Broadway, where the doctor .an be con-tilted daily on diseases generally, from 13 to 3 p.m., without charge. Je IS?6m WHBNGT01 STOVK ?t?mCT?ET, S. E. cornier of Pa. at. and Eleventh tfreet, Hole Agency for CHILSON. GOULD fc. CO.?8 Warming an<l Ventilating Apparatus, M POND & CO.?H (of Boston) Union Double-Oven rooking Range, J. L. MOTT'S (of New York) INVINCIBLE DOUBLE-OVEN RANGE. Constantly on hand, and receiving LATROBE STOVE-*, for heating two stories; Parlor and Cham ber LRA I Ed, Enamel ed and Japanned Cooking, Hall, Parlor, Chamber and Dining Room S t OVES; Plain. Tinned and EnamHied Iron HOLLOW W ^E; Block Tin, Planished and Japanned WARE in great varntv. All of which will be sold at the lowest possible rsres, 'hat will compare favorably with any E*tai* lnhment -oath of New York. An examination of my stork is earnestly solicited, ap 13?3m Jjg oKIRVlfrG FOR THE ORANGE & ALEXANDRIA AND MANASSAS GAP RAILROADS. 1^11 E Subsrriber'a Coaches w!ll call for Passengers widitrgto connect with the above _ _ ^[p* Railroads. My Coaches connect with jHBSiBSC the Steamers Taos Collti* or Gxoroi vVashiho to*, which leave Washington at 0 a. m. Me .Is lnrui*httd on the boats. Persons wishing tfie Coaches to call for them can leave lh? ir name and residence with Mr. Jobn T T.Uinan. near ttos Cipitol gate; Mr. Butt's drug store, corner Pennsylvania avenue and 13th street: or at Geo. & Tho<. Purker 4t Co '* store. Conrh' S can be had for Pleasure Trips, n.ay 28 - 3oi WILLIAM WHVLEY 1^ A NS. PERFC M ERY, TOI LET ART ICL EH, r kc.. kc.?We have now in store a large vari ety of fine an.l commoi Fans, Harrison's s?nd Lu ton's celebrated Perfumery, Brushes, Combs, Tooth Powders, playing and visiting Cards, fine Ponmnn rales, Cigar Case*, Card Cases, Baskets, Canes, kc , he., all of which we are ?? lling out at low prices to suit the times at the Piano. Music. Sta tionery, Perfumery, and Fancy Goods Store of JOHN F. ELLIS, 800 Pa. avenue, bet. 9th and 10th ttg. may 33? tf N ew books received at 9HIL.LIIVOTOFPS. The Watchman, will be found a fitting companion to the popular and simple stoty of the Lamp lighter Hnrpers' Magazine Ibr June?commmcet a new volume The Mining Bnd?-, by Mrs. Soithworth The Two Guardians, by the nuttior of Hearr*ee?e Blanch Lorwoo l, a tale of modern life Virginia, Harper's Sury Book for June A Book of Th 'ti^hta, Memories, and Fancies, by Mr*. Peeps from a Belfry, or the Paris Sketch Book Loaves from n Fam ly Journal, by the auth >r of At tic PhitOHOpher in Paris Joy Mid Care, a rri?ndly book for young mothers, by Mrs. **uthill. All the new book' published received immodia'c ly afterwards, and every thing in *h?- stationery line for sale at 8HTLLINGTON"8, Bookstore, O 'eon Building, J* 1 Corner 4J4 ?t, and Pa. av. MORE BARGAINS" JUIIX H. MMOOTf Brides drt*U, soutJi tide near High, Georfetmcn, HAS juet received a lurther supply of soa^mable Goods, ain< ng?t which will be found M pieces good styles la^t colored Lawns at 12J^ 10 do p^ain bi.irk and white and Mack do. ?*> do nch plaid Ginghams and Gingham Lawns ?H) do dotu.d an.1 nch emb'd Mu lins iO do plain Swiss and Nainsook do 40 do Jaoonot ai?d Camhric do :*) do ptaid ar.4 stripcaJ do 3*5 Grass t;ioth Hkirts ?? 30 corded and damask do White i-rd culored Waterwl Moreous 50 pieces light pretty styles Calicos 10 do Barege de Laines at 13>^c 3 do Bulf shade Liuea With an assortment nfwa*oDahleHtyle3 a?'3!riVea, IlfHiery.and many other very desirable G- eds, to which ibe attention of oh or prompt custOiiierc is invited, as we are constantly receiving new goods, aud are selling them at prices to suit the times. may 38-tf J H. 8MOOT. MOSAICS! MOSAICS!! H. !?KtiK4cm, Jeweller, No 3ilO Pa irian^, TJAS received this day, direct, the largest Ui-sort JLX nient of magnificsnt Kouan and Floreetine ? ??cAlC JEWELRY, which has ever been offered in this city. I'be patu-.ru. we of the very latest styles. The lot, being rather large for the advanced s son. will be sold at extremely low price*. Magnificent sets of Pins and Ear Rings, frsin up to $50. Admirers ot tius style of Jewelry are in vned to eianune this assortment. Je 11 DjfiNTISTRY. DR. MUNSON respectfully calls public attention to his new. patent, and GREATLY, IMPROVED method of setting Artificial] Teeth, with Continuous Gum?the very PERFECTION OP THE ART. Thisstyle ofTeeth hat the follov/ing advaiuages over all others, vn: GREAT STRENGTH, CLEANLINESS, COM PORT, and BEAUTY, vietng with Nature in tliese respects, and iu &cme others excelling. Public in spection is respectfully solicited. Please call and see specimens. CAUTION.?No othor Dentist In the District of Columbia has a right to make this style of Teeth. N. B.?Teeth constitutionally healthy, pinned and warren ed for lite. Office and house at No. BOB E street, near the corner of Pennsylvania aveuue and 14th street. ?p?t?tf PtRHO.lt WITH DEFKCTlViC vision are Invited to examine my extensive stock of all kinds of HPECTA-! CLES and EYE-OLASSES. Glasses* of any kind, such as Cataract, Parabola,' ? ? Periscopic, DouUe Concave, Double Convex, and Colored Glasees, put in at short notice, with great care, nrd persons in want of gla&ws may be sure to get thoce which beoefit the eye. U* Circulars "Defective Viston." gratis at H. S EM REN'S, 110 Pa. avenue, betw. 9th and 10th su. m.ir 90 PIC NIC BASKETS.?Just opeuel a variety of Pic Nic, Traveling Card, Office, Work, Scnocl and Toy Ba.ket. ' Also, a lot of Fresh Perfumery, from Apoll ?, 4i Ram-ion and Jules iisr.sl, Philadelphia. Combs, B-uif.es Fane Flayu?g and Visiting Oarda, C^rd C"ses, t? Mornaiee, Jet #uous, Pociet Cutlery, t ?'ges, Muee, Musreal (Rstrument4. Biaiionan', tic ?' JO IN F ELLIS, Pa ae., bet. 9th and 10th sts J' ?""* FOR THI CURE OP Asthma and Cousomption. JSBW AND VERY WON!) bKFUL!!! HYGEANA Brought home to the door of the Million A WONDERFUL. discovery has recently bwn made by Dr. Curtis ot th.scity, in .he treat ment of Consumption, Asthma, ami h'I diseases of the Lunr*. We refer t? Dit CURTIS'S HYGE ana or inhaling hygeav vapor and CHERRY SYRUP." With this n* w methoj, Dr. C. has restore many afflicted ones 10 he ?lth, as an evidence of which he ha* innumerable certificate* Speaking of the treatment, a physician rema.-ks, "It is evident that i haling?constantly breathing an agreeable, hrali .g vapor?the tn> dicinal properties must come in direct contact with the whole aria! cavitie of the lungs, and thus escape the many an? varied changes produced upon them when iiitrfv daced into the rtomach, mid su'.ij.-ct to the proofs of digestion " The Hygenu is foi sale at all the Druggist* throughout the country.- .V. Ynrk Dvt<h. man of Jan. 14. Tile Inha'er Is worn oa the br-asi umler the linen without the leant inconvenience?;he heat o|* the tx-dy being sufficient to evaporate the fluid dun dreds of cas? * of cures, line the following, Blight be named One package of the Hyg ana has cured me of the Asthma of wii years' standing. i F. Kkesbkrry, P. M of Duncannon, Pa. I aiu cured of th e Asthma of ten y ears' standing by Dr. Curtis's Hygeaua. .Mahoakkt Eabton, Brooklyn, N. Y. Mrs. Full, of No. 6 Ilauiaioiid street, N V , was -Ured of a severe case ot Bronchitis by the Hy geana. My sister has bnen cured of a disfrcs^inf couuh of -evi ral years' standing, and derided to b;j Incure. hle a, the physicians, the was cured iu one month by the Ilygeana. J. 11. G^lrert, P. M. Richmond, Me. The Rev. Dr. Chrevsr, of New York, testifies of our medicine in the following language: Nxw York, Nov. 15, 1854. D:;ar Sir?I think highly of Dr. Curtis's Hygesna as a remedy in diseases of the throat and Lungs ? Having had some opportunity to testify its eilicacy, I am convinced that it is a mo^t excellent roedi eine, both the Syrup and the inhaling application to the client. Prof. 8. Cimu writes us a* follows: Gentlemen?I hava recently had occasion to test your Cherry Syrup and Hygean Vapor, in a case of chronic sore throat, that had r. fn<e?l to yield to oth er forms of treatment, 'and the re ult has satisfied me that, whatever may lie the composition of your preparation, it is no imposition, but an excellent remedy. I wish, for the sake of the afflicted, that it j m'ght be brought wiuiin the reach of all. Dr Johns, one of the most celebrated Physicians in New York writes as follows: Dr. Curtis?Dear Sir?Having witnessed the ex cellent effects of your Hyceana r inhaling Hygean Vapor ruid Cherry Syrup, in case of Chronic Bron chitis, and b*Ma* much in favor of counter irritation in affections of the titroat, Bronch al tubes and lungs I can therefore cheerfully recommend your Medi- j cated Apparatus as being the moot convenient and ; efiVci.ua! mods of applying anything of the kind I have ever seen. No doubt, ih< a^auds of per>ons may be relieved, and many curod, by usi' g your midicnies. 1 innst here he allowed t"> ,*nitfc3" that ( arn op pnsed to prescribing or usirij; .iccret compounds, but this little neatly connived article, and its tfleets in the case abort- ai:uuc<i tc, Lnve in^lacodme to speak ; in its favor. You are at liberty to use t'ii-5 in any way vou may think proper. Respectfully, yours, &'c. C. ohns, M D.. No. WJ Hou-ttoii street, N. Y. Price three dollars a package Sold l?r CURTIS * PEKKINS and BOYI) & PAUL. No 149 Chambers street, N. Y Four packages sent free to any part of the United States tor ten dollars. N. B ?Dr. Curtl-'s Hyge*m Is the ORIGINAL and ONLY GENUINE ARTICLE ; all others are ha?n imitations, or vile and injurious counterfeits. Shun them as yon would POISi IN. For sale in Washington by CHARLES STOTT, Pa. av- nue. near 7th etreet; and J. B MOORE, in the First Ward. tnay 22?firn JOBS R. Et.VARfl. WILUVJI TQOVPSOJf K!VANS * T<1 MFSOR, DEALFRS IK HARDWARE, C0ACI1 TRIMINGS,*c.. fco 340 P?aniy|vRiiU hvnue, hetwren Ninth and Ttnlh itrrrU, Ifcubinzfon, D. C. HOUSE FURNFSU1VG HARDWARE. Britannia, German Silver, Albatn and Silver Plated Tea, Table and . tr nert Spoons Cr.rvtia and Forks, Steels, Knives with and with out F>jrks Bra^s, I'ritannia, RiockTlnand P ate 1 Candlesticks; Shove,| and Tung-, kVaffie Irons, S-d Irons Maslui and BeH Metil Kettles, Furnaces,Gridirons, Ovens, kc. ' BUILDING MATERIALS. Rural f^?ttHge, Close , Clipboard, Chest, Till, Pad and Trunk Locks Shuttle. Door, and Blind Hingis, Screws, Cut and \< r .ugtit Nails, Bolts Brad's Shutter .Screws aiid Stubbs, Door Springs, Handrail Screws, Door Ki.obs Bell Pulls, D'tor Sheave- and Kail, ?c. CABINET MAKERS' GOODS. flair Cloth, Curled Hair, Moss, Giuipb, Sofa and Chair Springs Vcoltian Blind H<ioks, Ra<*k Pulleys, Roller Ends, Brackets, Furniture Nails Glue, C iffin Handles aixl Sen ws, Diiimond Screw P.ales, kc. CARPF.NTEKS' GOODS. Planed, Saws, Drawing Knives, ripokeshaves. Chis el* and Goages, Plane Irons Augers, Braces and Bias, Boring Machio-es, Hum mers, Hatchcts, Ilcvels Bevils, Squares, Guages, Axes, kc. BLACKSMITH AND COACH MAKERS GOODS Black and Bright Spring-, Axles, Felloes, Spoke*, Hubs, Bows. Shafts, Poles filaigh Runner*, Silvered and Bm?a Bauds, Stump Joints, Stump Collars. Top Props Curtain Frames, Lamps, ln?idc Linings, Linioe Silks, Damask, S^antuig C<>rd* Tufts, Tassels, Buttons, Ta^'ks, Fringes, Laces, and Plain and Buatnuiled Canvass Uus&ia Duck, EnamelltMl leather, Da*h Leather, !^e. KLVANS h THOMPSON, - _ 3H6 Pa. avenua. History of the corps of royal sap persand Miners, by Conolly, Quartermaster Hey act of the Corps, 2 volumes, London. Sir Howard Douglass on Naval 0(ierati<?s in the Black baa, pamphlet, Londou, lit.5 The Anglo Xndirvn Army and Military History in the Ea t, by Captain Rafter, 1 vol, London. 1655 O'Byrne's Naval Annual aud Almanac for 1855 Capability <>f Steam-hips, by A^herton, Chief En gineer, Woolwich, 1 vol, London, le55 Jebb ou attack ami defence ot <mtpoets Otile.'a History of Remaikable Suges Burn's Nuval and Military Technical Dictionery, eniargen Csnipbell's Dictionary of Military Scienee Grtfbth's Military Law Leach's Apoptiie^nis of Napoioon lervis on the Riffle niuske4 Boucher on the Rifle Thackeray's Rifle Firing Naitiand's Ball Practice Robertson Recruits Krasinski's Russia and Europe And other Military Works just imported by l? i? FRANCK TAYLOR. GREAT BARGAINS IN LADIES', GENTS'. MISSES', AND CHIL DREN*' BOOTS AND SHOES.?The -ubsrriber being compelled to remove from the store he now occupies, offers his pres ent well assorted stock of BOOTS AND SHOES at greatly reduced prices. All persons in want of the article will And it to their atfrtntagn to call before purchasing elsewhere. A. H. SLOAN, No. 804 Pa. av., near 10th St., north side, may 1?3m FISCHER'S BAND FULLY ORGAN IZED. HAVING now completed all my rn&ngeinents for a first rate B,iA?H and COTILLON BAND. I am again at the service of the public to auend Excursion Parties, Exhibitors, Parades, Pic Nics, Balis, and Serenades. All those la favor of a citizen's band are respecuUlly invited to encourage our rn arprise, hero in Washington City. P FleOUi-R, Lender. P ?.?This Bsoid,nu>i?r tuy dirfcauan, Is regularly OAifbracd, arxJ trum a pructl. ? ovm twaaty yfmi i csn give satisfhcuoii to every on?. lit.4i loa<?, Pa. avenue north skJfc, b.a kh and 10 li streets finrt door west of Iron Hall. Orders left with Hears. Hilbus It Hiu uunot^ally >?%aded to, mj lMtaf fSi Auction Sales. By ORKBR tL SCOTT. AVttl*ne?ri. Larue and valuable brick house and Lot, ami vacant Lou, at the corn- r ?f KMi and (I ?t'e? t*, o> New Y"rk avenue,. t Auction? On THURSDAY, the 23th instant, we *hail sell, at 6 o'clock p. u?., ia front <?f the premises, that largo and valuable brick sit'taled at the coiner, of 13t.it st west and H stTeetnorth, on New Yo k avenue. with the lot on which it ?tand<. it b- irg part cf l.ots Nos. 1 and 30, in Square No. 250. havwe n fioiit on II i>t of 25 feet, running with tne line of 13th street 104 ft. Toe house ia a three Mory brick, n? arly new, con taining seventeen good and conveniently a ranged rooms and cedar, with wide pa?t>ace through ilw hou?e. Oue of the toons ia occupied na a cro<*?-ry ato e, and wet) known to be one oftiie best business stand** Also, the vacant Lot adjoining on the wes:. hav ing a front on II street 25 feet, running bac-K to a wide allev, containing 9 474 square feet: a*nl part ??! Lot No 30, adjoining the above on trie north, fronts ing on iJth street, runnia.* back to a 30 feet alley contacting 1.184 square feet The above described property is hands' n?e!v la cated. and considered >r.e 'if the moat desirable ami valuable pieces of property now for mde in Wa.- h- I melon. Titlr- Indisputable T?rms: One fourth cash ; l??lan<* in 6 12 and IS n> >n?f>#, the purchaser to give nMes for lite ttel'eirul ft/iumu, beaing interest from day cf sale. A dce.j gi*i n and a deed o- trust taken. GREEN fc SCOTT, Auctiisieers. Uy ?1B<W1 CO.| Baltimore. 0MNI-.U3 CO \ClltiS A-r AUC! ION --WKI be 08. ri .1 at Public Sile, at the Cltiaea's Lii u Hi ibies, corner of Uib-><.n (now liuan ?n<rt) and Hoffman streets, Baltimore, on SATURDAY the 30ih June, n^ast, commencing at 10 o'clock, if fair, or if not fau, on Uie Monday following. at the same hour? IS good aecond hand Omnibus Coaches Several set* llirmsa, lot of Tools, Ac. Term-of Hale: One linlf cash; the baiance for noten. with approved end i.-sers, payable m 5months with inte.reat. > WM. T. PTE1GEB Tmrte*. jeJU?d GIBSON U CO., AuM*. By J4S. C. ?r.Oi'lKR, Auctioneer CH ANCEUY 8 \LE OF VALUABLE improved Real Estate a d Mark t Garden My virtue o? a fecree of tbe f 'ircuit Court of tite i-tii tnl'i'o hi7 bia f>r Washington c.?unty. made in - lie c u?e wnerein Mary IMTnan, adro ttietratrix and lo ir at h;w of Thoita- Moore, deceased, is co ? plninaut. and Hat nah Moore, and J mes Moore, and Lanrs Aim Mtiore his wi e, heirs at law of a nd Thongs Moore, dece eed, tire defendants, No. l,0G7iif h u eery, the tubscriber. trustee appointed hy said de cree, will sell ht public auct.on, on TUESDAY the 10th ?.a* of July, 18 5, at 6 o'clock p. m . on th? premises. t>?e whole of rquare No. 30.'f in the cay of W actuation, fronting .tIU fee on each of U'har.d 12th streets west, and 202 feet 2 inches on t*ch Of j V and W streets n rth.:<ud containing ab wt<$2 6'<2 aniiare feet of ground, with buildings. improvement* and appurtenances, which consist of a well a. d saps anually nuilt two-story bnck tiweiling h'mse and frame stable, Sic. The abov- property is eligibly situated and rapid Iv enhancing in va'ue, rnd has been occupied and cultivated as a market garden for many yea s, h in an KMlal eoitdilion for that punrot-e, aa.t w*th in a very shon ilirtaace ol either of the city mat kets, and otters to person* d?->irou: of obt .in a vjlu.itdi market cardeu or making an ini'.-jimet:t, I a rare opportunity. j The terms of sale, as prescribed by the 1 do ' eiee, will b* orse fourth of the purchr^K in ??.*)? t<? i he paid in cash, nd 'lr balance in f>, '2, lfc nnd i4 | months, *o he sectt'ed by the purch iM r'i note, bea ine interest from the day ??f the sab', with secu rity to be. approved by tfc.; trustee. Upou 'be full pf.ymtoi of the purcha^n money and interest, nn<t the ratification of thr aale by tit' C< uit, tin tiuntee wiH conVf-y th>> property io thi purebas?rr in te. if the teims oj sae are not c<. mphtd wlti in 'ix d;:y< a^ter thu tale the pmpeity will be rew ld ;it the riak and exp'.ufe of the purchaser, upon one week** notice. All convoyancing at expense of purchaser. CHAH. S. WALLACH. I'ruttee. JAH. C. McGUIRE, Je IS?eoSidy Auctioneer. SEA BATHING. CHESAPF-IKE HALT., HJiVPTON, V.I, IS eituaied within two rnih-a ot Old l*oir?t ?'< ifort, with which place hourly comuiunication is had by a neat and commodioas Omnil>u?, < |P|J the miixi modern style, al-o by Boats, Hacks JUL &c. The llai! will b? o| en for the r cepiinn ot vis itora on the 14.h of May, at which tim^ the propri etor hopes to be able to ui ke cotn'o teblft and haj ' ny the stay of ail who may he aeukiog pleasure or ' health. Viany improvement* have been added, euch as Cottage f.?r tamilies, play grounds for children, shade ire- s, 6lc , in ee.I ev rythi -g that can con duee to the e.mf?rt of the vi; tor". For healiii and b auty of locatinn. this place Is uiis-n pa-s-d. There ie daily communication with th- Ht- timers o Rtchm". d, Norfolk and Bait ni< >e Tenns, per day..... .?2 00 Terms, per week ' 1 00 Ter'os. p# r m3nth,(perday) - 1 26 Je23-ec5i R G. BANK^. IR0LI>H tFeSIPsVeUTA BAG A SEEDS. tl thE undersigned has just received uirectfr'm the J growtrs, a well selected s.ock ol the tol.< w.ic: Pfci ving's Liver.col Hwede or Kuta l!"^i? Lai.gV improved do , Gieen and Purp!?* topped d? , White Gli b;, bite and Red Tanksrd, Oiance Jtlly, Daln Hybrid, White Norfolk, and other field Tur ips Early Stone, Early Srowba I Hu Weeks, Fin" Dutch, Purple tupped Str-p leaved Glide < Tiinnps. Barly York, Large York, Flat Hutch, Drumhead, H?ari shaped with many new and G id Cabbage?, ail warranted fresh, of finest quality, and nre o lured at very moderate prices. JOH SAUL, je 22???I'Gt* corner 7ili and H streets. MAGNOLIA HAMS. \\J E have juat ;cc< ived, we Relieve, the oi.Iy lot V ? ever ?? nt to tliia city, and are certainly tbe "neflu* ultra" of all bam" evar introduced herr, b. ihg all delected and cured by C. Huffman, of i?1ar> land, trom tli? ola Hoin aiead receipt, we arc ture that on any table they will afford a de ightful ?ourcti Of conversation Also, a Miiail lot i f tender fiieok -d R if. saccha* riued and spiced by new r-ceipts, uelighttu! for pic nies a<id Ezeursioniats, with a gumral (.narloeM of all kinds of Cracknrs and flwuetm* au at KING'S Family Grocery, corner Vermont avenue and 1 at., A few steps northeast Jackson Statue |? 11?wtr Orrics Clkbk or llooac op Ke> ? , U 8,) June 6, 1?&5 j SEALED PROPOSALS will he roceivcd at thia office unul 12 o'clock m.. on Sauirday, .?i>th of Jone n?.xt, for furnishing for the uae of the H-?usc of Representatives two hundred tons beat ANTHRA CITE f'OAL, white ash. The coal must b?' pure and clean, 100 tuna of large egg tixe, and 100 tons in lumpa about the aiae of a fourteen pound w.jght. 2,840 pounds to the ton, and delivered free of eitra charge in the vaults ot the Capitol. Al.-o, for fumiahing for the use of the Hou??- of Rep.e?entativea, two hundred cord# of first quality aeasom d HICKORY WOOD, twenty five cordt< to be aawed twice, the balance to be sawed onee : the whole to be measured, aawed, and stowed away in the < aulta of tbe Capitol at the expenae of the con tractor. Both w<w>d and coal are to be delivered on or be fore the 15ih of October next, and to be tubject to inspection aa to qnality, weight, atsi measure by a person to be appointed on the part of the House oi Kei resentatives J. W. FORNEY, Clerk Hooae of Representatives, U. S. Je 7?Tli4i NCW BOOKS received and for aale at SHILLINGTON'S Bookstoie. The Life ol Napoleon, bv Abbott, complete in 2 vols. The Winkles, by the author of Wild Western Scenes Cone Cut Cornera, the Experiences of a Conn rva live Family Talea for the Marines, by the author of Los Grin gos. Missing Bride, by Mrs. Houthwoith Moredun, a tale of the Twelve Huudred and Tan, by Hir Walter Scott, Bait BaUou'a Msgarine for July. All the New Booka and every thing in ib? Sta tionery line, for sale at SHILLINGTON'S Bookatore, Odaon Building, ear. 4U at., and Pa. av. la 18?tr 71 SUPfcHloa TABLK AMD POCKtT Cutlery, Rasors, bc^sors, 5ic.? A lai?? aa>-<irt meet, lower than at any other pla:ein the city. PVr gi.od an tiles and low prices always call ht ti ? H'tuatkesper'k Furnishing Store, 400 Hevei.th aw may 30 Q FRANHfi. NOT(c?. Our customaia ar? respectiuliy fonnsd that on wnd altsr tliis date, u?' B H p tLtuber, we atiall slow our store ererr evening at 7M o'clock. HiLBUB It HITZ, ft Marts Depot ^ V KN IN t i STAB. HYDROPHOBIA. It is no pleasure to a dog to go mad. Quite the lcTerse. j?readul as hydro phobia may be to the human being, ra bies is worse to the dog. It makes its approach more gradually It lasts longer, aud is more iniense while it endures. The dog that is going mad leels unwell for a long time pnor to the development of the disease. lie is very ill, but doe? not know what ails him. Ue feels dis satisfied with every thng, vexed without a reason, and, greatly against his better nature, very snappish. Feeling thus, he longs to avoid all annoyanccs by being alone. This makes him seein strange to those who are mo?t accustomed to him. The sensation induces him to seek soli tude. But there is another reason which decides his choice of a resting place. The light inflicts upon him intense ago ny. The sun is to him an instrument of torture. wl ich he therefore studies to avoid?for his brain aches, and feels ar^^ if it were a troubling jdly. This in duces the poor brute to find out the holes and corners whore he is least likely to be noticed, and into which the light is una ble to enter In solitude and dtrkne s he passes his day. If his retreat be dis cotered, and the master's voice bid him to come forth, the affectionate creatuieV countenance brightens, his tail beais the ground, and he kaves his hiding plaet anxious to obey the loved authority; but before he has gone half the distance a kind of sensation comes over him which produces an in tantaneous change in hir whole appearance. He seems to say to himself: *4 Why cannot you let me alone ? (jo away?do go away ! You trouble? piin me ?" And thereupon he suddenly turns tail and darts back iuto bis dark cormr. If let alone, there he will re main, perhaps frothing a little a. the mouth, and drinking a great deal of wa ter, but not issuing from his hiding place to seek after food. Lis appetites, are altered; hair, straw, dirt, filth, excre ment, rags, tin shavings, stones, the most noisome and unnatural substances, are theu ihe delicacies for which the poor dog, clanged bv disease, longs for and i swallows, in hope to ease a burning stomach. 11) is most anxious for liquids. IIc is now altogether changed. Still, fce does not desire to bite mankind; he rather i endeavors to avoid society; he takes lon<? journeys of thirty or forty miles in ex tent and lengthened by all kinds of acci dents, to vent his restless desire for mo tion. When on these journeys, he does not walk. This would be too formal and measured a pace for an animal who^e whole frame quivers with excitement lie does not run. That would be too great an exertion for an animal whose body is the abode of a deadly sickness Ue proceeds in a slouching manner, in a kind of trot?a movement neither run nor walk?and his aspect is d?jected Uio eyes do not glare and stare, but thty are dull and retracted, llis appearance is very characteristic, and, if once seen can never afterwards be mistaken. In this state, he will travel the mo-t dusty roads, his tongue hanging dry frotn his open mouth, liorn which, however, there drops no foam, 11 is course is not straight, llow could it be?since it is doubt'ul whethir at this period he sees at all ? lis dojire is to journey unnoticed. It*) no one notices him, ' e gladly parses by hem. He is v*.ry ill; he Caunot stay to bite. If, nevertheless, anything oppose his progress, he will, as if by impulse snap?as a man in a similar state might s.rike?and tell the person "to get out of the way." He may take his ro*d across a field in which there arc a fltjck f sheep. Could these creatures only make room lor him, and stand motion ess, the dog would pass on and leave them behind uniujured. But they Iwgin to run, and at the sound the dog pricks up his ears. His entire aspect changes Rage takes possession of him. W hat made that noise ? He pursues it with all tne energy of madness. Le flies at one, then at another. lie does not mangle, nor is his bite, simply consider ed, terrible. He cannot pause to tear tha creature he has caught. Ue snaps and then rushes onward, till, fairly ex h usted and unable longer to follow, he sinks down and the sheep pass forward, to be no more molested. He may have bitten twenty or thirty in his mad on slaught; and would have worried more, had his strength lasted?for the furore of madness then had possess'on of him lie may be slain while on these excursions: but if he escapes, he returns home and seeks the darkness and quiet of his former abode. His thirst increases, but with it comes the swelling of the throat. He will plunge his head into water, so raven ous is his desire; but not a drop of the liquid can he swallow, though its sur face is covered with .bubbles in conse quence of the eflorts he makes to gulp the smallest quantity. The throat is enlarged to that extent which will per mit nothing to pass. He is the victim of the most horrible inflammation of the stomach, and the most intense iiiflam mation of the bowels. His state of suf fering is most pitiable. He has lost all self-reliance; even feeling is gone. He flies at and pulls to pieces anything that is within his reach. One animal in this condition bfcing confined near a fire, flew at the burning mass, pulled out the live coals, and in his fury scrunched them. He emits the most hideous cries. The noise he makes is incessant and peculiar. It begins as a bark, which sound, being too torturing to be continued, is qnickly c .anged to a bowl, which is suddenly cut short in the middle; and so the poor wretoh at last fails, fairly worn out by a terrible disease.?Alayktu's Dog', 07 Conceit is proud that ht has learned so much; wisdom ii humble that be knows no more. O* Modesty is a handsome dish cerer, which makes us lancy there mmt be something very good beneath it. ExnaKLT Flkkced.?A dty or two since a youne tnan arrived in this city from the neighborhood of Williamaport, Pennsylvania, nod made sale of a lar^e Amount or lumber, lo be delivered, and got advances to the amount of about one thousand dollars I nforiunatel v for himself, when oti the eve of turning home, he made the acquaintance of twa ?try Rented looking individuals, who prevailed on him to protract his visit for a day that they might have an opportu nity of showing him around the city. A carriage was called, and the trio took a ride to one of the? villages near the city, and when they returned the virim was in good condition to he flt*cad of all the money he had. lie spent the night ia company with his newly-made friends, and yesterday morn-ng when he was ready to start for home, his moniy as well as his watch were gone, and h?: had not the means to defray his expenses. One of his friendt; who had aided in rob bing hitn magnanimously loaned him a sufficient amount to reach his horn?, whither he will return, it is to be hoped, sa isfied that all who appe r in genteel garb are not gentlemen. Ua is repre sented to be a you:ig man of go>*d busi ness lis bits, and in the ordinary tuns actions of business life is fully rx nip< t; nt to take care of himself. Fersons visiting the city from the country Fhou'd be very cartful of the associations into which they are liable to fa I, and especially to ^uard against the society o< |* rson* wbo live upon the credulity and i^n^ranoe of others. There arc plenty of ?uch char acters in this city, always wiping to l.e stow (ht ir time and attention upon th.se *lu? lave money and are silly enough to ?rust themselves in their company.? Bolt more An.eric n. Decline op Authority.?The parent of to-day is an extremely mitigated form of the parent of fifty years ago. Me ha? no doubt the same fondness for his child, but he is no longer capable of enforcing i he discipline which the child's social destiny exacts. The parent of to-day coaxes where the other was content to command: and the child, consequently, instead of growing up with a back-bone ?instead of preserving some vestige of the ?hoksome rudeness and eimplicity of Nature?too often finds himself in the Very crisis of life dyspcplic, enerrated, and inclined to disipauoc. The conju gal relation at'ests the same f*ct. Tne riusband of to-day is not the husband his grandfather was before him. iiis grand mother h?d a certain awful regard for ? hat sublime and stately functionary. But what wife of to-day feels any awe for her husband? "Catch her,'' indeed ! Women s rights are extre*tl} well un derstood, even where they have not as yet consented to the f*oli*h symbolism of dre*s. In the public sphere the same signs are visible. No one aqy longer reverences t he tiovernor, and no one goes to see the P;esident exc pt with the pat riotic intentionofgetting antffice Time was when the little b? ys would ceas* from "mumble the peg,'" and rev?rtntly step off the sidewalk, when old Dr. Ro gers or the great Dr. Mason parsed, feel ing that there was an ine^nc-ivable .-?mount of sanctify locked away in those -able shrines; but Dr. Spring or B.shnp Pott?*r m'ght travel the town to day, his countenance perfectly radiant with ?* Sia'isp?are, Mil'on and bojker;"and find no urchin so humble as to do hia reverence.- ?Life I lu<tratrd Tits Pooe Maiden s ''ontribitiov.? ^uiiug the yeats 1&13 1^1-4 and 1815, ?.vhin Prussia had collected all her re sources, in the hope of freeing hert-elf irom the yoke which France bad laid upon her, th? most extraordinary tieling of patriotism burst forth. Every thouphl wa? centred in the struggle; every coffcr xas drained:* all gave aillingly. In town and village altars were eiccttd on which or naments of gold, silver and pre cious stones were offend up. Massive plate w?s replaced in palaces by dishes, platters and spoons of wo<?u Ladies wore no other ornaments thau those made of iron, uj-on which was engraved : " lie gave cold for the frttd mof her country, mil, like fur, wear an iro-t yoke." Oho evening, a party had asset! bled in the house of an inhabitant of Braslau. Among thtm wa? a beautiful, though poor maiden, llcr companions were boasting what each had contributed towards tne freedom of their country. Alas ! s'ie had no offering to proclaim?none to give. With a heavy heart she took her lea\e. While unrobing for the night, she thought she could di*po?e of her hair, aud so add to the public fund. With the dawn, she went to a hairdresser, related her simple tale, and parted with-her ties*es for a trifling sum, which she instantly depos ited on an altar, and returned to her quiet home. This reached the ears of ths officers appointed each day to collect the various offerings ; and the president received a confirmation from the hair dresser, who proposed to resign the beau tiful hair, provided it was resold for ths benefit of lather land. The offer was accepted; iron rings were made, each containing a portion of her hair; and tbese produced far more than their weight in geld. Offsets ?The lovsliest valley has a muddy swamp, the noblest mountain a piercing blast, and the prettiest far* some ugly feature. The fairest face is most subject to freckles, and the hand somest girl is apt to be proud ; the most sentimental lady loves cold pork* and the gayest mother lets her children go ragged- The kindest wife will some times overlook an absent shirt button, and the husband forget to kiss his wife every time he step6 outside the gate, aud ths best disposiuoned children in the wjrld get angry and squall. The smart' est scholar will miss a lesson, axui^V wittiest one writs some knon|gfl|ft *>4 stars will fall, and tfc? mc ' eclipse, tod men

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