Newspaper of Evening Star, July 5, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated July 5, 1855 Page 1
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k ? THE EVENING STAR, * JTBLISIIEI) EVERT AFTERNOO!*, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) rki Star Bttildinrt.rormtr of Ptnmtylr vnia art^ti a?3 ?l$9e*lK street, By W. D. WA1LACH, T*IU beiervfd to subscribers by carrier* at SIX .AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable we?klv 1pth? Agent*; papers served in package* at 37# wati per month. To mail subscribe? the sub ?o iption priceU THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year in advan't, TWO DOLLARS fnr si* month*, and ONE DOLLAR for three TTionths; for le*s than three months at the rate of c?nt? a week. ITT SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VI. WASHINGTON, D. THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1855. NO. 780. THJ| WEEKLY STAR* This AlceUant Tmaalif and fli uiaiaf igTtaurvarWtyof lataractiagMadUg 0?<i caa be found In aay other?i? pobUahad ua tatur day morn lug. timi. r'.ngls oopy, per annum f I ftg r TOCtCM. Ti-n roplfi | in TwBty copi??.. || w HZr* Cask, t?TamiA?LT in aarasca . |T7e9lngleeoplfw(in wr*pprni)<*n br proanrwd at the counter, i nunediatei y afta the Unue at the paper priow?TaaEB Cams ro*TM*?Tin who art as a?*enu wlU be alldwA a rommiwio# of twmty per cent I * II A L A T I O * ro? ths ccsb or A8THM A AND C0NS UK P T 10IT . . NEW ASD VERY WONDERFUL 9 -Bronchi home to the do?r at the Million* AWONDF.RFT'L discovery has recently been mde by Dr Curtis, of this city. in the treat i??enl ?T Consumption. Asthma, and all disease* t-f the Lungs Wwrrtfcrto Dr. Cl"RTlSr9 II * - UKAMA, or IN HA 1,1 N O HYGEAN VAFOIt Jk.VD UliKftKY S\RUP. With this Mw ni! thod. Dr C. ha< restored many afflicted ones to ftsalib. m an evidence of which he ha* lr.numcra M*?*rtUeate?. speakin- of the treatment, a phy sician remarks, "It is evident that inhaling?cor ?tantly bnatLlog an agreeable, healing vaix;r?the inediclrnl properties must come in direct contact .with the whole ?rial cavitks of the lungs, and finis escape the many and varied cfcatges produced upon them when introduced into the stomach and aubjeet to the frucM* of digestion." The II wc ?na i* for sal.- at all the Druggists throughout tie Country.?N. Y DmfcAmanJa,, 14. ^ The Inhaler is worn on the breast under the lin Tw' v^^01!1 *tM?1 Inconvenience?the heat of the bod/ being sufficient to evaporate the fluid JfiStf* ?r ?*? ?* cures, like the following, anight be named. h One pa? kage of the Hygeana has cured me of U>e Asthma of si* years standing. J. F ke:.sberry, P. M. of Duncannon, Pa. I am cured of the A?thma of ten years' standing by Dr. Cunis's Ilygeana. " MARGARET EASTON, Brooklyn, Y. MRS P.vl L, of No. 5 Hammond street. N Y w?s eured of a severe case of Bronchitis by the Uygeana. ? ' ?My sister has been cured of a distressing cough *xrTr:? >"earV standing, and derided to be In crumble by the physicians. She was cured la one month b? the Hygfunn. J H OALDKRT, P M. Richmond, Me The Rev I)r CHEEVER. of New York, test! lies of our nudicine in the following language : ? ? _ . N*w Yo?k, Nov. 15,1851. DenrSir: I thluk highly of Dr. Curtis'? Hvge ana as a remedy in diseases of the throat and lung Having had some opportunity to testify its effica cy, I am convinced that it is a most excellent rem edy, both the Syrup and tbe inhaling application to the chest. rrnf S. CRN TF.R writes us as follows: Gentlemen?I have recently had occasion to test Bur Cherry Syrup and llvgean Vapor, in a case chronic sore throat, that "had refused to yield to aer forms of treatment, and the result has satls l me that, whatever mav be the composition of J-our preparation. it is no imposition, but an excel ent remedy. I wish, for the sake of the afflicted. Ihat It might be brought within the reach of all. DR JOHNS, one of the most celebrated Physi r4ans in .New York writes an follows: Dr Cfbtis?Dear Sir?Having witnessed the excellent effect* of your Hvgeana or Inhaling Hy S?an Vapor and Cherry Svrup, In case of Chr?nr ronchltis, and being much in favor of counter Ir ritation in affections of the throat. Kronchtal tubes and lungs. 1 can therefore cheerfully recommend your Medicated A paratus as being the most con venient and effectual mode of apnlving anything vf the kind 1 have ever seen. No doubt thousands persons mav lie relieved, and many cured bv using your medicine*. 7 I must here be allowed to confess that I am op posed to prescribing or using secret compounds _ *ot thN little neatly contrived article, and Its ef Tecis in the case above allnded to, have Induced ?e to speak In its favor. \ ou are at liberty to use this la anyway you way think proper ' 3 Respectfully, yours, he.., *C. JOHNS, M D , No.-408 Houston street, N. V, Price three dollars a package. S*ld by CURTIS A i'ERK INS and BOYD A PA 1* L, 119 C hain>>ers st.. N. Y. Four packages sent free to any part of the Uni ted States for ten dollars. N B ?Dr Cnrtls's Hygecna Is the ORIGINAL and ONLY GENUINE ARTICLE; all <*bers ?re l>as<. imitations, or vile and Injurious counter feits. Shua them as you would POISON For sale in Washington bv CHA3 STOTT Pa. avenue, near ?th sueet. and J. M. MOORE* lis Im FW \N urd may Oru DR. L. B. WRIGHT'S VlTFATLl^Q ,43CE0riTL0U3 AZTTITOTB," Ftt Ik4 Ptn.ituumi C urt ?/ CONSl*MPT10X V and alt olk$r Jvrms oj SCROFLLOUS diseases. THIS Medicine Is prepared by an eminent phv skaa of eighteen years practice in New Yo'k ??ity, durlug which time he bas constantly used It with the B>*t uuboundea success, and created f< r it a reputation In private prrxtice, unequaikd in the iii?tery of medicine, ltacts lmmediately un^n tbe blood, cl^nsmg it from all scrofulous humors or Impurities, renovating and. by its mak'ic oow vrs. INVIGORATE T1IE VVHOLK ^T^T^EM in of which, hundreds of respectable wit from the d<x tor's private practice have giv en <? their tertlmonv. and entreat^thocie suflit ring from any ?croftjioa* atlection, to tall wpon ?*4 Mfn/y (A?m*tlrts. A Ireatise on Scrof ilo is Disease* can be had trail, at PRINCIPAL DEPOT, 4t* Uruadwav. sad at Drag Stores generally. CHARLES 8TOTT A CO., Ageuts for WasLlugton. DR. L. B. WRIGHT'S TABTELLoS " LIQUID CATHABTIC/' OR. FAMILY PHYSIC. This is the rest cheapest, aud most EFFICIENT CATHARTIC EVER OF tfcREl? TO THE PUBLIC. It is TASTELESS, (thereby avoiding the nau "eating effect < f Pills, Oil, Senna. Ac.,j and pro ducing no griping or otheT fjaiuful effects Unlike a.! 'Kher purgatives, it starches to the bottom of the disease, thoroughly cleanse* the stomach, and >?^ve? the ixnvels entirely free from cosliv*ne?M NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT. Children drink it readily and without forcLiir. ?..^?V.MKL,,C,NK 1S MORE HIGHLY RC COMMENDED by the MEDICAL FACULTY. Give it a trial and then jtdge for yourselves. It cai be bad wholesale an?f retail at E. H . STA BLEK A CO ?"<, Baltimore, or CHAS. STOTT ? to Wx"?niu^t?)n, D. C. dk Wright s principal depot, u? Broadway, where the doctor can be consulted nai.y en diseases generally, frota 12 to Up m , charge je l3-?m "SniER'8 BAND FULLY ORGANIZED. IIAV INfi now completed all my arrangementB ufjff .a flr>t rjlc ^K^SS and COTILLON K JV a-:U" a' tlte service of the public to ad Kxc^ion Parties. EUiibitlons, Varades. >ic?. Halls and Serenades All those In fa vr.f oj citizens band are respectfully invited to en courage our enterprbe. here in Washington cltv P FISCHER, Leader. . ^ '??TbU Band, under my direction, is regu unifornwd. and from a pmctioe of over twen ty^?an> I can give satisfaction to every one. Rt*ideare, Pennsylvania avenue, north side, be tween Ninth and Tenth streets, first door west of Iron Hall. Orders lefl with Mesara Ililbus A HlU punctu aily atUrnd^d to. may 11-im* PRO.*PERI'S CORSET BAND. '?Mils Band is suitable for any and all purposes, * and is warrante<l to give satisfaction to all ta?*e who may be ple tsed to engage them, either a- a Brass. R?^d. or Cotillon Band Any auiniier of mmicians to be had at the short ?at aotlce. by ipolving to . x .? LDERIC PROSPERI, Leader, at raitavult's stor?. opposite the ? ? ? . . Marine Barracks, sj h ?Orders left at HllbusA Hitz'sMusic De will b-! promptly attended to. B1K '25?4 111 GREAT BAR.GaT*S IN LADIES , GENTS'. MISSES', A CIUL I)RE\ S BOOTS AND SHOES ?The-.ffa. subscriber being compelled to reio^ive1 from the stors be uow occupir*. offers hisf W present well-aviurted st.ick of BOOTS A feUOES at greatly red iced prices. All persons in want of the article will find it to their advantage 8m call before pun-basing elsewhere. A. ii. SLOAN, No. 'JbA Pa. av., new Itnh st , north side. >oay 1?3m PHILADELPHIA LAGER BEER DEPOT, Pm ace nut Utigctm 4^ and tUk Hi. WE have at all time, the beat PHILADEL PHIA LAGER BEER on band, sad oflftr U now for sals for per ksf and in quart bouts* lor SI Ler Oi.^en Wtwod tha bee* free of cost to all parts the Many physicians have recommended this^ baa* as uuv W ifta bast r?ut?dlaa for wi*k stom ????? ft CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. THE GREAT PURIFIER OF THE BLOOD: j NOT A PARTICLE OP MERCURY IN IT. j AN INFALLIBLE REMEDY for Scrofula. King's. Evil. Rheumatism. Obstinate Cutane- ? ous Eruptions, Pimples or Pustule* on the face, Bloi. bos, Bolls, Chronic Sore Eyes, Ring Worm or Tetter, Sc*ld Lead. Enlargement and Pain of the Bone* and Joint;, Stubborn Ulcers, Sy philitic Disorders, Lumbago, Spinal Com plaints. and all the disease* arising from an In judicious use of Mercury, Imprudence in Life, or Impurity of the Blood THIS VALUABLE MEDICINE, which has become celebrated for the number of extraor dinarv cu-es, effected through Us agency, has in duced the proprietor*, at the urgent request of th*nr friends, to offer it to the public, which they do with the utmost ccr.fideiice in its virtues and won- j derful curative niopertiei. The following certifl i caies, selected .froir. a huge number, are, however, stronger testimony than the mere word of the pro prietors : and are all f.oin gentlemen well known in their localities, end of the highest respectabili ty, mai-v of them residing in the alty of Rich I moi d, Vu F. HOYDEN, Esq., of the Exchange Hotel. Richmond known everywhere, says he has seen the Medicine called Carter's Spanish Mie TtiRE, administered In over a hundred cases, in nearly all the diseases for which it Is recommend ! ed. with the most astonishingly good results. He says It Is tue most extraordinary medicine he has ever see n. AGUE A.VD FEVER?GREAT CURE?1 hereby certify that for three years 1 had Ague and Fever of the raoKt violent description. I had sev eral Physicians, took large quantities of Quinine. Mereurv. and I believe ail the Tonics advertised, but all without p-ermanent relief. At last 1 tried Carter's Spanish Mixture, two bottles of which effectually cured me, and I am happy to say 1 have had neither chills or fevers since. I con sider it the ?*st Tonic in this world, and the only medicine that ever reached my case' JOHN LONGDEN. Bkavir Ditch, near Richmond, Va C. B LUCK, Esq.. now in the city of Rich mond. and for many years hi the Post Otlice, has sach confidence in the astonishing eiflcacy of Car ter's Spanish Mixture, that he lias l>ought up wards of 5b bottles, which he has given away to the afflicted. Mr. Luck *?'?* he has never known it to fail when taken according to directions. Dr. MINGE, a practising Physician, and for merly of the City Hotel, in the citv of Richmond, says he has witnessed In a number of Instances the effects of Carter's Spanish Mixture, which were most truP surprising. He says in a case of Consumption, dependent on the Liver, the good effects were wonderful indeed. SAMUEL M DRINKER, of the firm of Drin ker A Morris, Richmond, was cured of Liver Complaint of three years standing, by the use of . two bottles of Carter s Spanish Mixture. GREAT CURE O F SCROFULA.?The Edi tors of the Richmond Republican had a servant i employed in their press room, cured of violent i Scrofula, combined with Rheumatism, which en- ( lirelv disabled him from work. Two bottles of ! Carter's Spanish Mixture made a perfect cure of ! him, and the Kditors, in a public notice, sav they "cheerfully re-omniend It to all who are afflicted with any disease of the blood." STILL ASOTHER CURE O FSCROFULA. I had a very valuable boy cured of .Scrofula by Carter's h Mixture. I consider it truly a valuable medicine JAMES M TAYLOR, Con ductor on the R. F. and P. R. K. Co., Richmond, Va. SALT RHEUM OF TWENTY YEARS STAND ISO CURED ?Mr. JOHN THOMP SON, residing In the citvof Richmond, by three bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, of Salt Rheurn, which he had for nearlv twenty years, and which all the physicians or the city could not cure Mr. Thompson is a well known merchant in th?> elty of Richmond, and his cure Is most remarkable. WM A. MATTHEWS, of Richmond, had a servant cured of Svphilis, in the worst form, by Carter's Spanish Mixture. He says he cheerfully recommends it, and considers it a'very invaluable medicine. EDWIN BURTON, commissioner of the reve nue. says he has se^n the g'jod effects of Carter's Spanish Mixture In a number of Syphilitic cases, and says It Is a perfect cure for thai horrible dis ease. WM. G. HARWOOD, of Richmond, cured of old Sores and Ulcers, which disabled him from walking. Took a few bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, and was enabh-d to walk witbouta crutch, in a short liine permanently cured. ? Principal Depots at M WARD, CLOSE A CO., No. eB .uaiden ?,ane, New York. T. W DYOTTiV SONS,No l?North Second street, Philadelphia DENNETT n BEERS, No. 125 Main street. Richmond, Va. And for sal*bv CHARLES STOTT, Washing ton, D C.; iiL.\KY PEEL, Alexandria, and by Lfrugglsts everywhere. Price S! per'bottle, or sLx bottles for 05. sep St?ly GLE^WOOD CEMETERY, Oflics No. Pa. ave., corner 10th street, (OVIK THE ? AVlNG'S BANK.) rpHIS CEMETERY Is laid out oh the plan of A the celebrated Greenwood, of New York, and sltrated on tue high ground distant one and a u iarler miles north of the Capitol?North Capitol str?*?-t leading directly to the gateway. Thi.; Company have secured a charter from Con gress, appropriating their ground forever to burial purposes, making a f-e title to the purchaser, and prohibiting all encroachments from legislation or otherwise, which is vast importance to those wtio wish their (lead to repose where they have piac?*d them, for it has l*jcoine a custom In all other cities when the burial ground becomes valu able for other purposes, to sell it, and throw the de_d promiseoasly into one large pit, and legal measures ca?uct prevent it, as no titles nre given to the ground. N. B?Office open from 10 to 12 o'clock a. m., where Pamphlets, containing the Charter, By laws. and a Map of the Grounds, and all other in foiruation. can be obtained All orders left with Mr. Jamps F Harvey, No 110 Seventh street, or any ottjwr undertaker, will be promptly attended to. je ltv?1 w ^?? ?? ? ' ? CARRIAGES?CARRIAGES. I HAVE now on hand, and constantly finishing, avery large assortment of PleasurejjQpSteJL/ aid Faiuilv CARRIAGES, of the latest fashions, which 1 will sell as low as the same quality of work can be sold in any of the principal markets of the United States The subscriber is now dealing exclusively In Carriages of his own manufacture, and all work ,old b y him will be warranted, and compare favor ably witn any work \a this market. As I always krep a large assortment. I invite purchasers and others to examine my stock before purchasing else wbvf6 Carriages built to order. Old Carriages taken in exchange, or repaired at the shortest notice. K ^ THOMAS YOUNG, Sign of the Golden Horse, No. 499 Pa. avenue and 4)( street, may 1?eo3m PURE SILVER WARE--A MAGNIFICENT ASSORTMENT. MW GAI.T k BRO. call attention to their ? unusually large assortment of Silverware, consisting of? Solid Silver Tea Sets, complete Silver Pitchers, solid Silver Castors Silver Cups and Saucers .Goblets Silver Fisn Carver* and Forks Crumb Scraper* . Cake Knives. Fruit Shovels, Sugar Sifters Jellv Spoons, Cheese Scoups l'ickle Knives and Forks Olive Spoons, Salad Tongs. \ egetab * Forks Fruit Knives. Ice Tongs/Dwsert Knives Soup. Cream and Gravy Ladles Ice Cream Knives, Sall CHIui _ , Napkin Rings Butter Knives, Tw Stralaers "l ea, Table and Desert Spoons and Forks of every description Breakfast and Dinner Coffee Spoon*. *c. Also, a very large assortment of Fancy Slim ware, suitable for wedding, birth day, and other preseuts. _ . , The above is all of our own manufacture and warranted to be pure. M. W. GALT A BRO., 321 Pa. ave., betw. tKh and 10th streets, may 31?tf Sir ! f * 1 AfOREDL'N; A tale?claiming to be by iff Walter Scott. SUc > Abbott's Klsiory of Napoleon. 3 volumes, octavo t ?? Constance Hsrben, a novel, bv Miss Jewsbury. 37e. . J The Controversy betweeu Senator Brocks aad Arshbiskop Hughes, '?*? Jew- JtXAaNGK TAYLO j JOHN R KLVAXa. WILLIAM THOMPSON. ELVANS A THOMPSON, DEALERS IN HARDWARE, COACH TBIMMIITOS, Ac., No. 3iiG Pennsylvania artnur, Lttu-ttn Ninth and Tenth sti, Washington, D C. HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE. Britannia. German Silver. Albeta and Silver Pla ted. Tea. Table and I>e*s? rt Spoons Curvers and Forks, Steels, Knives with and with out Forks Bra*?. Britannia. Block Tin and Plated Candle stick*, Shovel and Tongs, Waffle Irous, Sad Iron* Maslin and Bel] Metal Kelt].#, Furnaces, Grid irons, Ovens, Ate. BUILDING MATERIALS. Rural Cottage. Closet. Cupboard, Chest, T1U. PBd and Trunk Locks Shuttle. Door, and Blind Hinge?, Screws, Tut and WrougLt Nails. Bolts Brad's Shutter Screws and Sfublm, Door Spring, Screws. Door Knobs Bell Pulls, J oor Sheaves and Rail, Ac. CABINET MAKERS' GOODS # Hair Clo'h. Curl-d ilair, Moss, Gimps, Sofa and Chair Springs Venitiar. Blind Hooks. Rack Pulleys, Roller Ends Brackets. Fnrniture Nails Glue, Coffln Handles andScrews, Diamond Screw Plates, Ac. CARPENTERS' GOODS. Planes Saws, Drawing Knive*, Spokeshavcs, Cni^els and C?ou?;ct, PIjifu* Iron* Augers, Braces ami Bitts, Boring Mar hines, Ham mers, Ilatchcts, Devtls Bevels, Squares, G;iage*, Axes, Ac. BLACKSMITH ft COACH MAKERS'GOODS. Black and Bright Spring. Axles. Felloes, Shafts, Spoke*. Will**, ijows. Toles Sleigh Runners, Silvered and Urass Bands, Stump Joints, Stump Collars, Top Props Curtain Frames. Lamps, Inside Linings, Lining ,11^. Dan?ask. Seaming Cords rafts, Tassels, Buttons. Taoks, Fringes, Laces, and 1 lain and Enamelled Canvass Russia Duck, Enamelled Leather, Dash leather Ac EL VANS A THOMPSON, je 1 nm 35W l*a. avenue. CANAL PACKET LINE TO POINT OF T ROCKS. IIE Canal Packet CONGRESS having lwn thoroughly repaired and put^ in first rate ord": (tbe r??r?<-i.j...?-^ a *444 lieing removed and horse power suTTstTtiiw^\ con tinue* nwkiiig her regular trips between George town and the above place. The Boat will leave the wharf of W. H A II G ?^?.r/?x-a0lntJ?r,5ocil,on MONDAYS, WED. p ) ?? RlI)AVSat? oVloc k a m; and the Point of Ror-ks for Georgetown on TITES DA\S, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYSat the same hour, stopping at tlieditTerent landings along the line for the reception and landing of passengers and freight, going and returning. The Boat will leave Georgetown at 7 o'clock a m , and arrive at the head of the Great Falls at 11 Sencca at 1, Edward's Ferry 3*. Monocacy '>K' Knowlan's f . rry 0, and Point ol Rocks at 7 o'cFk P m. Returning, leave point at 7 a. m.. Know lans Ferry at 7*, Monocacy8, Edward s Ferry 11, Seneca 1. Great Falls 3>g, and arrive at Georgo town at 7 p. in. " Passage through either way 92. Meals served regularly or, l*nnrd the Wtat mod erate prices. CllARLl S MERRILL, Capt. jeit)?dtf r R? DENTISTRY. ? 'JlV.* ? Dentlsl<,ate "f 'he Arm of ? Hunt ct Donaldson, continues Iomfsx manufacture and insert those beautifulflfcSBS porcelain teeth, with or without gums,^?^?^ for specimens of which (made and deposited by the late Arm) was awarded the first premium at the Mechanics' Institute l air, recently held in this city. * These teeth are carved and shaded ?o suit each particular i ase. and their resemblance to the datu ra. organs is so perfect as to deceive the most prac tised eye. * Particular attention also paid Co filling and pre serving the natural teeth. ni?der:it?*. and all operations warranted Office southwest corner of Sevenlh/ind D stm t*. Ken trance on I). mar DntXTWlTyT" R Ml NSON respeetfullv calls public atten tion to his new, patent and great- .. ly IMI ROVED method of setting Ar-4?2?^^ titicial Teeth, with Continuous Gum the very PERFECTION OF THE ART. This n ,L .b h??,!hR '??"owing advantages over ft] others, viz: GREAT STRENGTH, CLEAN LINESS, COMFORT and BEAUTY, vieing with Nature in these respects, and in some others ited rubllc i??pectiou is respectfully solic Please call and see specimens. ? (IA,.T,9N -?No other Dentist in the District of Columbia has a right to make this style of teeth ?? "??loeth constitutionally healthy, plu med and warranted for life. - r Office and house No. E street, ncax the cor ner of Penna. aveuue and 14th street. ap ai?tf MA CARD. rV 0 ^?*th st., betw. G ar-d H. <l?sires to Inform the j/~, . ? citirens of Washington and vicinity, that she in now prp|vartnl to #ive structions on the Piano Forte. She has 'autrhl mnsic 111 some of the principal cities of the lTnion and has testimonials showing tliat she is fully competent to discharge the duties of her profes' slen 10 the satisfaction of those who may favor her with their patronage. a if: *,0. for '2,Jr">oa"' at W residence, or *12 at the residence of her pupllsr je li? LAW PARTNERSHIP. 13 0BERT J. WALKER and LOUIS JANIN , wV?,for"ie*? a co-partnership under the firm of -Walker A Janin,' for the management and rK *'f cases ill the Supreme Court of the I. nifed States, and ??cfore the Court of Claims at ?? aihiugton City. Address Washington, D. C. may 10?eo.1m A CARD?LOOK HERE: ~ AMV?OF,TI1E GOODTHINGS OF nil. Lll* L. and we will tell you where you may obtain at least some of them. Thankful for past favors. I would respectfully ask a continu ance of the same during this Spring and Summer I arn prepared to furnish all who will give me a with tbe sweet and cotillng Beverages in inv U:K CREAMS* and .. .... H-HS, of all flavors. SCHARLOTTK Linl a 1 ^L'r VM AN GE' *C" ,C AK ES of all rido,n^tir FRUITS and 1 . ECTIONERV .generally kept in well reii u la ted establishments of the kind vv?HH!?ular ^T!nn?in ,>e Pa,d fo furnishing Wedding or Bride's Cakes. Also, Parties. Balis HMe 'terrns*' 'C Nlc*' A"c ' 4c < a"d upon reason ...CiI1^the ?1(1 st:,ntl. Massachusetts avenue, be tweea 9th and 10th street Northern Liberties. N B -Best quality ICE CREAM sold at ?1 50 per gallon. may 7?eoflm JOHN W. R1GIITSTINE.

[No. 540 J ~ 1VOTICE OF THE DISCONTINUANC E . ?[the 1 a,,wl Slalt* La,"i Office at Deliance. Jn the estate of Ohio.?Notice is hereby given thai in pursuance of law, and in view of the report of the land officers at Dktiaxce, Ohio, that the va cant land in said district is reduced below one hundred thousand acres, th' Secrttary of the ln~ Urior has directed that said land office at Dxn. ast a be discontinued ; and that the lands remain ing unsold at the time of the discontinuance be made subject to sale and entry at Chillicothx the only remaining land office in the State of Ohio. Lands remaining unsold and unappropriated by law, and subject to private entry at the land ofllce office now discontinued, will cease to be subject to entry at said office from the date of the receipt of this notice by the register and receiver thereof, and the land officers at Chilmcotub will give public notice of the day on which they will be prepared to receive applications for entries of any such lands at tnelr office. JOS. WILSON. Acting Commissioner Gen'l Land Office. Je 23?lawuw REESE'S EAOLE PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING DEPOT. *TUIE suliscriber respectfully announces to his -A friends and the public in general that he has received the flirt lot of the celebrated DODGE'S DOUBLE ACTING SUCTION AND FORCE PUMP, which received the SILVER MEDAL at the late Fair of the Metropolitan Mechanics' Insti tute. and is now prepared te furnish all who may favor him with a call. His stock of GAS FIXTURES art unsurpaaud Id the District. With bis corps of competent workman h*prides himself to flil any witters in the PLUUSi.Nu AND GaS-FITTING line with promptness and rlrt patch. I ffir All work done warranted to give complete* satisfaction. JOHN REESE. | nmf toiati #U at. nui ft. ?v?iu?. EVENING STAR. sit down, sad soul. by alfbkd tixxysox. Sit down, wd soul, and count The flying; Com??tell the sweet amount That's lost by sighing. How many smiles 1?a score ? Then laugh and count no more. For day is dyiKg ! down, sad soul, and sleep, And n<? more measure The flight cf Time nor weep The loss of leisure; But here, by this lone stream, Ide down with us and dream Of starry treasure We dream; d-"> thou the *ame We lore forever; . yet few we shame. The gentle, never; Hay . then, till sorrow dies? Then Isojm and happy skies A r? thine foreverf [for tub evisixg ?tar A STOKY OF AELINGTON. BT L. X. UOURIGUT. From the city of Washington, ncros? the lotomnc, embosomed in trees, may be seen upon an eminence, the stste'.y mansion of one who wrs the inmate of the family of the " rut her o f bis Country," sud who to it bear/ relationship, and was christened with the name of the illustrious deceased. There are many reinir.ifccon? e? ciuitcring around the es tate; and one I now i.p-poss to repeat, detailed to mo by the venerable and honored propiie tor. while we.together sat, about five years ago, on a fallen tree, at Arlington, near the gates never closed to the ttrarger and the dis tressed . Ahout thirty year# ago there came to Ar Imgten. in quact < f employment, a stout, w~ll fonnou man, whom we'.-hall call Ldwj.rd Byrne. He had left his wife nnd children in Georgetown* about three rules distant. Mr. | Custis, in a moment, perceived that the stran ger was addicted to intemperance. but thought that by a proper course of treatment, he could avail himself of his services as a me chanic. lie was by tr.ule a carpenter, and th? proprietor employed him in building dwell ings and barns on the estate. For month? Byrne pursued his occupation, consenting every week, to a curtailment of the allowance of ardent spirits. in those times deemed to be necessary to facilitate and give an additional spring to l^bor. So money was placed into his hands. The tailor and the shoemaker j were brought to him for his measure, and am p.c provision wa* made for all his comfort#. Ibe surplus of his wages, at the close of every week, was conveyed to his family. Mm. Byrne and her children had been re duced to want by the iuteuiperato habits of the husband and father, nnd it mav well be conceived that a remittance on Saturday was Well calculated to cheer the drooping hearts of the necessitous family. Soon, the means for sat isfying hunger, and decent apparel, and u few household comforts, were in their pos^ion: and smiles were onee more seen upon the face of the wife, and the merry laughter of the children was again heard; and the churoh and the Sibbath 8eh->l were by them not neg lected, as tn ibe twelvemonth pa.-rt. flow 1 many similar changes have taken place*? I | change- whi?h should make the heart rejoice But let us return to Arlington. The work j nf building was finished, and the employer and the mechanic were about to separate 1 he latter thanked the former for the interest he had evinced in his welfare; and Mr Custis volunteered seasonable advice Ned received It with tears; and with choked utterance and a clenched hand, extending it, as expressive of a determination to reform, said i%you shall nrvtr see ;,v again if 1 Ho not entire!*, ami for, rery rc up it, on# drink.'' The proprietor and tho mechanic bade | adieu ! Byrne returned to his family, from the V*om or which ho had long been absent. He was more than welcome now; he was ?? him-elf again. Tho kind husbaud?the fond and doating father. They removed to Baltimore, In one of th? ship-yards of which city it wa, aeoertaluod liy rne obtained employment. Ten or fifteen years passed awav. In the meantime the head of air Custi, wis silvered and he no more, or very seldom, thought of the carpenter. 6 It was summer. He had. 1u the heat of the day, taken -beltor under a widu-spreadinz tree, to enjoy tb< breeie that came with ced ing and refreshing power. Looking toward the gate, he saw approaching a gontleman. w hen he reached t he proprietor, extended his hand, while a placid smile illuminated his oounteuauco. and made many inquiries as to how Air. t usti- had prospered, and many things p..rtaiiun:- to the estate, including the taithful slaves, ts-ine of whom had descended to the tomb. Some minutes elapsed Wore Mr. Custis asked the strmigor his name. KIs it possible,", said bo, " that you do not know me? ' 441 do not." 4' Have you forgotten Ned Bvrne-po,,r drunken Ned?who built these houses, and made the very bench on which you are now sitting*" 441 recollect him well." said Mr. Custi*. 4- And have I changed so much that you did not recognizo me ? " Mr. Custis, without saying another word, seued Nod with both hands, aud welcomed hnn heartily to Arlington. Ned had "entire'y, and forever, giv*n un strong drink . " lie rapidly recountod a por tion of his history, from which it appeared that his eldest daughter was respectably m>trriM to a thriving merchant; his son was a lawyer, and the other children were rapidly advancing ^t-turity, with bright prospect* for tho ^ JJ?W is business now ?" gaid Mr. Custis. Mine is an extensive one; laborious, but Pleasant. Bodily fatigue I have learned to pear from youth, and the consciousness of good intentions brings to my mind a peace and joy which the world cannot give, nor take away Time, as you perceive, has added a few wrin kles to my brow, but 1 have learned to believe that thore is beyond the grave a home where esists perennial youth. In a few years, mouths, days, or hours, the places that now know me shall know me no more forever. Sorrow, anx iety, and tears, will have passed, and the crown of life, which is promised, I hope to obtain." r As he spoke, tears of joy glistened in his eyes; and, after a pause, Mr. Custis ventured to ask what was his present occupation. 4'A minister of the Gospel,* replied the Rev. Edward Byrne. We made no further inquiries In relation to the interview ; but looked around us, and con templated the scene, imagining the first ap pearance of Ned. nnd thinking on what took place respecting him; and in fancy saw the man uf God, so changed, - from darkness to '?got, after years of absence, returning to thank his benefactor, and to him avowinc his hopes of eternal joy. Brief, simple as is this truthful narrative, It may afTord a text for a volume of profitable reflection, especially to those who are addicted to intemperance; and with this hope the wri ter consigns it to the press. Washi.-hiton, July. 1855. 55T4-Now, gentlemen," said * nobleman to his (ueste, as the ladies left the n*>m, '4 let us understand each other; are w# to drink Ilk* men or brutes ? ? The gueeu. somewhat indignant, exclaimed : 44 Like men, of course " 44Then," replied he, "we are gtfng to get* jolly drunk, foj britos never drink loott (hen wwt." A COLUMN TOR LITTLE PEOPLE. Axnie vu a beautifnl, bright-eyed, rosy cheeked little girl, ol five or six year* of age ; busy always ,u m bcc, happy and cheerful a* a cricket, and hnr sweet voiee rang out musical and clear :?s the song of the birds in spring t A great favorite was Annie. Her gen tie ai:'l affectionate ways, so simple, to sincere and truthful, made everybody love her. An nie's nun* had a fund of fairy stories, ?with which she filled the head of the little girl, who loved nothing so well a? to kit under tho thiok foliage of the honey-suckle and vine roses, that crept up all over the arbor in the garden, and listen to the tales of Fairy-land which the simple-minded num.* loved right well Vo be tolling. A little way. may be twenty rods, from the cottage in which Annie spent her tuminers, and within the eucl isure that surrounded it, wa? a beautiful spring, that oame up from among the roots of throe or four maple* that spread thtir l??pfy branches above it, making a pleasant sha ie in the heat of n'Wn. The water in the spring was two or three fe? t d"ep, and a clear cold stream wandered away from it, over a white pebbly bed, to the L --he thut lay a little way beyond. All around the spring, and stretching sway to the cot!ajcc, w?a .. gievi. lawn, aud Annie and her little visitors Ui? I to Lave plea-ant times, sporting and pinyii.g and running about on it, liko so mai.y lamb;. Annie would often look down into (ho ciyj-tul .-j iiug, aud wonder who it was dowu there, looking so sweetly up an J smiling so pleasantly nj?jn ner from the midst of the water1?1 iivw the tr^ea could grow so bright and green, standing. as it seemed to her, on their tops, away dowu in the earth. Her mother w is sometimes alarmed lest her little girl should! ir tothe ?->ringand be drowned; but a g-.od Provi len>-o that takes care of little children, seemed to be always watching over her. The fairy taloa of her nnrse would, aome tim??. cone to Annie in her dreams, and would seem t<? he not like the stories of tho g*K*i nurse. but realities; and ?ho would sec and talk with tlie elfin thing*, as though she were awake ar'l they all around her. One day she wh" out in the garden. It was a pleasant af ternoon iu June, and she was running about, pulling a bWom here, a pink there, a violet trom this tuft and a r>-e from that bush, mak ing tip a bouquet, as little girls are very apt to do, when they get loose in a garden where all the sweet flower* grow. All at once, she heard a piercing little voice crying in great distres?; Annie' dear Annie! Hasten to me? Annie ' sweet Annie ! oh, set me free ! Here in the tangle thorn, Kver since break of morn. With pluma^eail soiled and torn. Helpless Tlie! Come, Annie ! Come to nv*? Haste, Annie ! set nie free 1 Help, or 1 die! Turning towards the place whence the voice deemed to come, Annie saw a little bird, like a robin, with plumage white as enow, that had got fast in the clustering and tangled branches of a thorn-bush that grew in the hedge. i?he parted the limbs and cutaway the thorns un til she could reach the p^r little thing, and then she took it carefully out of the bu-h aud held it to her bosom, and it seemed to fondle an.I nesiW. there as if it were so happy! Well, alter a whHe. Annie sat the little bird down on tho ground, end it hop}*?d gaily about, and chirped and tang so merrily, that Annio was wonderfully delighted; and this was the song ot the little bird, as it buttered its wings and hopped along, now in the path and now on the grass, all tue time moving towards the beautiful spring that came an from the rocta of tho maple titss that grow in the comer of ths lawn: Come with me. Annie, dear f Follow me, do not fear. Down where the maple* grow, Down where the water* flow, Come with ni !, there! There, in the fairy ring, There will we flowers bring. There will we dance and Mug?? Come with iue, dear ! Annie had never heard a bird talk, and yet she was neither surprised nor frightened, for her nurse hail told her a thousand stories about little birds' talking, and there was something so loving in the voice and the song, that she followed without once thinking that there was anything strange or to bo ?.fraid of. So the little bird hopped along before Annie, ail the time talking aud sieging, uutil they earn? to the spring, where Annie sat down ou the green grass, and tho little bird beside her. under tho shadow of the uiaples that grew over the foun tain that came bubbling up by their root*. All at once ti.cre was a great shout uot great for its loudness, like the shout of a greai. many strong-voiced mon, but of a thousand tiny littlr* voices not louder than tho cricket's, but sweet and joyful a> the music of harps, ull among the mjreading lrarohe* of the trees above her ho looking up. Annie saw thous ands of little people, not larger than her thumb, clustering and swarming like bees on all the branches, aud among the leave*uf the m spies. They had little wings like the hummiug-bird's, and they were so beautiful, and sang no sweetly ' Presently thty all oame dowr. upon the green grass, aud danced and sang around Annie and the little bird; and it was & pleas ant thing to see how lively and merry and happy the elfin things were. After a while they gathered around the spring, and one after another dropped in until tuey were all gone, and the little white bird followed them?ami Annie heard their sweet voices growing fainter and fainter until they died away, down in the depths of the fountain. Annie was grieved to see these littlo people and the boautn'ul white bird g j down into the water, uud t^ars gathered in her eyes when she thought they were alldrowned. Presently a chorus ot' voices like iho sounds of a music box, came up Trom the fountain, faint and far oft at first, but coming nearer and nearer, till it seemed right in the spring, at her feet, and she heard the song of thousands upon thous ands of sweet little voices : .bear Annie : Dry your tears Sweet AnnieBanish fear*, Down is the crystal spring Hear bow we fairies sing, List to our lay Here 'neath the sbadv bowers Fragrant with breath of dowers, fciport we and P'ay Come with us, Annie, dear, Coiue with us, do not fear, Come with us home Down in the crystal spring, Down where we Fairies sing, Come Annie! Come 1 Annie stepped to the fountain, and, looking down, saw away below her what seemed to be ? magnificent garden, filled with all kinds of beautiful (lowers, and there were delightful paths and afbors, aud summer houses and green la^ps. and inounda covered with pinks and violet#, and a hundred other sweet posies, and there were pleasaut trees all covered with f;reeu foliage, and gny blossoms waving grace ully in a gentle breeie. Annie longed to go down to the Fairies' Home, but she was afraid of the water. The little people, we said, had wings like the humming bird s, and they came swarming up by thousands out of the spring, gathering around her, and some took hold of her fingers, and some of her feet, and some of her arms, and some of her curls, bnt gently and nut so as to hurt her; hundreds put their little hands under her head, and they lifted her thus from the ground and bore her gently down into the fountain, the waters parting ao that not a thread of her garments were wet; and down'. down! softly and gently they bore her. until they came to the midst of the fairy garden beneath the spring. And a beautiful place it was. Her* was ?very fiyuer that ever bloomed in any garden in the w^rld; ever pleasant shade tree; every kind of delicious fruit: and every tree that J blossoms; and there were walks, reaching ?W?; *Bd away ia the distaste, trvNUg eaeh other. and winding around among the shrub bery with the long branches of the shad* Intertwined and arching above them Therw were green lawn* shorn smooth. and wit aa velvet beneath the footfall, and there were trigbt fountains sparkling and playing in every direction, and the trees were all alive with merry and sweet-voiced birds, hoofing, sing ing, and carolling among the branches. It was nut lighted by the sun, for it was away down ta tno earth, but b? a great diamond that gave out s light. brighter than tb? *nn, that was reflected back by thousands of iire cioua stones nwiy upin the vaulted ixxif. wnuh flowed f nd sparkled like the stars of heaven et nirht. When the litUe people who bad borne Annie from the earth above, sat her d<>wn in the midst of this beautiful place, thousands of others nnie flocking around her, clapping their little hands in joyful welcome, and some kissed her upon the mouth, and some ou the chin, and fr me on the ch?*ek. and s >uie on the eye J, r.irl stime on the forehead, and ?>rno on the neck, *ud they all seemed so rej -ieed that she hud come down to their fairy home. Pre sently they gathered into a ring and j ilx in* hand? in a ? irele aboui her. aroun 1 aud around they went in a merry da^e as If seething wonderfully delightful had h'>ppaoed , and m they circled a^out her, this was i-Utir sjug: llappv are we ! Fairie* sc gay, Merrily sing we, and this t?e our lav, Here, where the coral stems Glisten with costly Rem*, Here 'neath the diamond's sheen, Annh-! who *av?vl our Queen, Wclcon?e is she. With wreaths from the choicest bower*. And chaplets of sweeten flowers, Crowned shall she be. fir. Fairies, fly away, ft< ->r \n without delay; Rich blossoms and ro?M. And >?weet scented posies And away flew thousand* itf the fairy thingf to every part of the garden, like boos in pur suit of honey, some this way and some that, circling around the blossoming trees and tbe flowering pists, as if selecting the choicest things, tnat bloom. After a little while they came clustering around her again, and tbw blomnms, and little flowers, and wreaths, and chaplets, and nosegays, caine falling into her lap and upon her shoulders, and on her head, liko wow-flakes, till she was well nigh smoth ered l>y the joyful kindness that the elfin thing* bestowed upon her. All the time the garden was full of music. Every leaf, and every flower, ami every bloesom seemed to be like a harp-string, soft to be sure, but full of sweetness and melody, aud the a-rng of tho little peplc came echoing b?ek from the treecy and sumb*. ar.d flower*, a? they sang : Above hi the tanirled thorn. With pl'ima^e all soiled and torn. There lay our Queen. There wiiere the prowlers c reep. There wnere the serpents sleep, Lo?t h id she been llid Annie not heard her moon, And to her relief had flown, S. tting her free And here In oar Fairy home. Where no care has ever coaie, Sorrow would be. And th<*n with a merry shout, they allcrle4 : Welcome' welcome! Annie dear. Welcome to our revels here , Sweet Annie, we bless thee, Kinbrace, and caress thee Down 'neath tbe rrvstal spring, Here in our Fairv ring. Here where we dune*. und slag, Here In our home. Annie hnd not ?een the white-plum aged bird; but the Queen of tbe Fairies, larger than the other little ]?eople. with a diamond crown o? her head, and drossed in beautiful lawn and laces finer than the spider's web, and all be spangled with preeious HtHe gnmsthat sparkled and flashed in the light of the great diamond, came to her with a smile like a sunoeam. and kisaed her on the cheek, and then she knew that the beautiful white-plumaged bird thai she released from the tangled tbornbush, wia nunc other than the Queen of the Fairies. Just then when little Annie was ?o happy, she heard the voice of her mother eaMing her, and she started up from the cushioned seat in the summer house, upon which she hsd been asloep. and found that the little white-plum aged bird. ?nd the little people, and the song* of the fairies, and the beautiful garden dowu beneath the spring. and the great diamond and the music of the blossoms and fl<.>wurs. and the Fairy Queen, were all a dream. Eccbtteicitik* or Coctckb.?There Is no part of our eostanae," either male or female, which has not already passed from one ex treme of absurdity to another, and been most admired at its highest point. Coat* have been worn with vcluminon? ?kirts dangling about tho we?rer's heels, and with scanty lai pels descending fix inches below the waist. Coat sleeves at one time fitted skin-tight; and m >re than once have been so wide a* to sweep tbe ground. Flapped waistcoats, which in the time of<*eorge I. reached nearly to tho stock ing were soon cut so short as u> be roarer tho ami-pit" than the thigh. Tbe clone-fitting, tightly :? Irappod trouscr oontra?ts ludicrously enough with the trunk-hose of the aixteenth eeutury, stuffed out with five or six pounds of bran to such auextent that as a Darleian man uscript tells us. alterations bad to be made ia tho Parliament Ifju-?e, so as to afford adiitional accommodation for the member's aeats It ia related thut a fast man of the time, on rising to conclude a visit of ceremony, had the mis fortuno to damage his nether integumeuts by a protruding nail in hia chair??o that by tha time he gaiuod the door the escape of bran was so rapid as to cause a collapse It may have beeu that similar mishaps cau*ud the substitution of wool or hair for bran, whioh afterwards became oommin. Uo!uies, in hia 4< Notes on Dress," s.iva: "A law wa^ made aeaiust such as did stuff* their ? birches ' to make them stand out; whereas, when a certain prisoner (in these tymec) wag accused for wearing such bryches eontrary to law. he beg?u to excuse himself of theoffeno?? aud endeavored by little and little to diseharxa himself of that which he did wearo within them. He drew out a pair of sheets, two tabla cloths, ten napkius. four shirts., a brush, a glass, a combe, and night caps, and othfif things of use. saying 'Your lordship inly understand that because I have no safer store house. these pockets do serve me for a noma to lay mv g<MMl* in ; and thoogh it be a atrait prison, yet it is a storehouse big enough for them?f?r I have manv things more yet of value within them.' And ao bis discharge was accepted and well laughed at.'"?ifuar? Urltf Kevime. Blessings or Povbktt.?Although poverty is no disgrace, yet very many find it to be in convenient; bat hear what ? distinguished writer says on the subject: 44 Poverty is the nuree of manly energy and Ileaven-climbing thoughts, attended by lov* and faith and hone, around whose steps th? mountain breetes blow, and from whose ooun ? ta nance all the virtues gather strength. Look around you upon the distinguished men that in every department of life guide and control the times, and iuauire what wa* their origin and what were tiieir early fortune*. Were they, as a general rule, rocked and dandled iu the lap of wealth* No; such men emerge from the homes of decent competesiwe or si nig gling poverty. Necessity sharpens their facul ties. and privation and sacrifice braoe their moral nature. They learn the great art of re nunciation, and enjoy the hanpmeM of having few wants. They know nothing of iadifferenew or satiety. There is not an idle fibre in their frames They put the vigor of a resolute nui^ pam fhto every Act The edge of their Atndfl b always kepi sharp In the schools of life, men like these tn?4t the eoAH-nurtured dar lings of protperity as the vessel of iros uwew the Tfssel sd poreelata.''