Newspaper of Evening Star, July 19, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of Evening Star dated July 19, 1855 Page 3
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EVENING STAR, LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Mad !)<.????Mad Dogr'?As in timet put. we now again call tho attention of the muni cipal authorities to the fact that rabid dogs arc likely to become rangers in our city. On II street. near Twelfth, wo are informed one was killed, not long since, and we can hardly take up ?r. exchange paper without our attention is arretted by nn account of ?? a most horrible .leath by hydrophobia.' The Cincinnati Ga tttte of the 5th, and the New York News of thr 10th. nraong others, detail case* of death bv this frightful disease?disease. did we say ? jfo. it's r.?>t disease?it'* awful canine-mad ness. and death without the hope of escape in its most horrible f<Tm. Better that every dog in Christendom should die than one human life be lost. Let our city guardians take this matter in hand forthwith. Several days ago. a friend kindly sent to us the foilowing extract from the Columbian Midline fur 1789: ?? There is nothing, perhaps, so much to be dreaded as the bite of a mad dog; for the poi *>n is so very infection* and penetrating that it takes effect through the clothes, without fetching blood; by tho breath of the animal drawn into the lungs ; by a touch of the tooth, if recent, and applying it to the lips or tongue when it ha? been long dried : hy handling the wound or instrument which was the death of the animal; or by handling thing? which have been infected by any of the former means. This is lue to the sensibility of the absorbent Tassels. ?? To prevent the fatal consequences that toe often attend the>e accidents, the following, which is the famous Ea.-t India specific, is rec ommended to be given in a glass of brandy. ?? Take native cinnabar and factitious cin nabar. of each, twenty-four grains, and of mu;k. 18 grains. Make it into a powder, and C've it in one dose, as it was given in the fol wing eaae : ?' A poor man wa- bitten by a mad dog. and after using divers medicines, was invaded by a strong hydrophobia, and being confined in Greenwich, was treated with the above medi cine as follows : His teeth being forced asun der with a knife. Le took one dose; three h*>urs after the hydrophobics symptoms were ?bated. Ha swallowed a second uoac, which by next morning almost totally recovered him. l/e took a third d?se :a a fortnight; a fourth, in a month after; and never felt any more of the hydrophobics symptoms '' * M I>. New Wat to Pav Old Debts.?Yesterday, two young men. who had just arrived at the Centre Market space, began to quarrel about five dollars, which one wanted to obtain from the other. Hard word* ensued, and blows were agreed upon as a settlement. The two went to work with perfect coolness, " striking out from the shoulder." ?ud bruising and bleeding each other. A large cfowd was aoop assembled, and a ring formed. The tight was kept up until an officer burst into the ring, when the parties were arrested, and will bo tried to-day Some tew cuts and bruises were left on their arm.- and faces. but neither were dangerously hurt. Fir* ?About half-j.'ist one o'clock, this morning, the handsome little cottage on Ninth street. between G and H. was discovered to be on fire. The alarm was given, and many per son* ran to the spot, but their atreuuous exer tions did not save the building. The fire spread to the large cottage adjoining, which was somewhat damaged The fi:st named building was tne property of Mrs Humphreys, bnt what the loss will amount to we have not heard. The fire is said to have been the W<>rk of an incendiary SrssTRlCE.?L?uring the present oppressive hot weather, too much care cannot be taken to avuid the direct influence of the *dar rays. On Tuesday an old man wa? tak^n suddenly ill. in the ncighboihood of the Patent Ufice, when assistance was promptly rendered by gemlemeu who fortunately happened to be near by at the time. A physician, who had been sent for. attributed the subject's condi tion t? '?un-.-troke 'J'he invalid. having been ?>mewhat relieved, wa? removed to a place where such treatment as his case required could be the better be-towed. Militart Fiseral?The Scott Guards. Captain Jamison, and the Marion Rifles. Cap tain Shekell. accompanied, yesterday after noon, the remains ol Chailes li M.isi to the U*iab The bouors, n.-ual on such occasions, were best >wed The deceased was a son of Mr. Serapnin Masi. and in the sixteenth year of his age ; a member of the first named corps, which is composed of enterprising and respec table youths. W'ASdIS?;T05IA>H IS THC. NAVAL SERVICE ? Captain Craven, who commanded the frigate Congress, the fl-tg ship of the Mediterranean squadron, wbicn has ju.-t lelt New York for that station, is a native of Washington. Lieu tenant M.iy attached to the -ame vessel, is a son of the late Dr. May, of this city, and Lieu tenant Marvy is a son of the present Secretary of Hate Mr Jahes McCokmick, we regret to learn, while, yesterday afternoon, .-urveying" tho operations connected w ith the building of the General Po-i Office extension, fell, by accident, into the excavation, and -uatained a tracture of a ??mall j portion of the upper part of the hip bone Ho was conveyed to the Washington Infirmary for surgical treatment. AsSirLTS, batteries. ?John Mazii.a was arrested yesterday for a--ault with inteit to eomniit a rape on Roberta Kooxville. The Justice. Crandell, dismissed this ca*e ; but M*ziue was sent to jail for assault and battery on K.ioxville. and an as-ault ou Mrs Penny. B McNamee. threats, discharged. P. Flaherty, do Mr?ry Mugee, selling liquor without li cense . fine and coets, Hiiia.ie Interposition?A memorial is in circulation. for signature, asking the Presi dent of the United Slates to pardon nix small boys, now in jail, convicted of riot?throwing stone*?and now confined in the county jail, whore their morals will not certainly be iin |>n>ved by their association. Sport for the Bo* !*??A large black snake *i? seen to glide frorn a wagon loaded With haj at the hay stand this morning. A crowd of men and boys were soon in pursuit of the reptile, who thought to be safe under the wag^n. But the boys threw stones with such accuracy as to kill Itim iu a few moments. A Report is in circulation that two young WM^sefthis city, went out of town yesterday, to settle their private grievances by means ot the reeogruied code among gentlemen?the daello. We have heard none ot the particu lars, and presume nobody was hurt Criminal CorRT ?James Butler, tried for an a<?ault and battery ' not guilty. Michael 0 Bri..n, indited and tried for keeping a dv - orderly hou.-e. not guilty ; the same for selling liquor without license, convicted, and fined sixteen dollars and costs. t*>TRt Market ?The principal market was Well supplied this morning, and our citizens ?ere glad to see a downward tendency of prices. V**1* w,t* a large number of farmers in the c?'y. and their additions to the u-ual supply eaujtJ larger purchases to be made by house keepers. atch Retvrnv?W A. Dawkins. colored; afi?r hour-, fine and <v?-t#. P. S.iychus, do. Joseph Jones, slave, runaway: wait lag the order of Li- owner Parish Records?The following notes hav? been recently taken from the records of the old ebur h of Andover Mass "January IVib. 17li- Voted i under protest) yt those person* who have pews sit with their Wives." "November 10th 1713. Granted to Richard Barker f?ure shilling'-, for his extraordinary trouble in sweeping our Meeting House ye past year "March 17th, 171rt Voted, that all the English women in the parish, who marry or as sociate with negro or mulatto men, be seated in the Meeting Hou?e with the negro women Gaosa ?rpER9riiicn?.?Hannah B.koks |d mitted recently at the Hull ling ) Assizes, that she ha*l roasted a load alive, pounded it, and mixed it with th* food of her fellow-ser vant. wh<>m she hoped by that means to induce fo love her Th* Board of Aldermen?Dr. Bai6y and the Jfe. Emtjdb My^atleirtion hu Veen called to a tissue of liee In yesterday's Organ headed ?'The City Government." I made up my mind at first to take no notice of it, but as there may be some of itt readers who are not acquainted with the " walkimo falsehoods" that fur nish lies for this Know Nothing sheet, I beg leave to occupy a small space in your paper to place thing* in a true light. It is there stated that I received a " terrible castigation" at the bands of the great " anxihilator," Dr. Ilusey. The true Ftato of the case is, that whilst I was absent for a few moments from the Board. Dr. B. made seme personal allu sions to me. Being informed of it on my re turn. I asked him what he had to say : and he then stated that I had expended out of my own pocket 52H0 to pay for naturalizing voters; being an indirect wny of pun-hasing votes, and foreign ones too. To this. I replied that I had no political se crets from any one. all our party did was open; that, as a matter of convenience. 1 had per mitted my name to be used, and that they were- merely charged to me to save a multiplic ity of accounts. That I knew only about four out of the whole number naturalized, and that they were just as good citizens, and as respec table men as the Dr. him-elf; and that if they were required to serve their country, they would shed their bh?od in its defense as cheer fully a* he or any of his boasted American a.-> ax'iates. if not more so, if the history of the past is a fair criterion on which to base nn opinion. I then asked him whether he had not spent money for paying the taxes < f voters ?iii his side in the last election; to which he replied, no I again asked whether he did uot kuow that his friends had done it; the re ply came from him very reluctantly indeed?I ? DOS T KNOW. I RELIEVE THEY So mu"h for this " admini -iter rr of hitter doses.'1 When I next h;i\e occasion to allude to him. I will furnish him with the names of several most respectable gentlemen on Capitol llill, to whom, at the election of 18j4. he pledged his word and honor that he-did not belong to the Know Nothing party, and did not sympathize with them. This was before the election, when it was important for him to secure votes on both sides to he elected to the Councils, and to accomplish which he was, willing to be "all thing* to all men." The reavon? which impelled me to resist the action of the Know Nothings in the Board ol Aldermen, were, that I believed the committee had their minds mado up to give the seat to Dr. Busey. right or wrong: I also believed, and still believe, that Mr. Fitzpatrick wa.-chiseled out of his seat by the Know Nothing judges, in throwing cut legal naturalized votes, and t iking the votes of Know Nothings imported from the Sixth Ward. Dr. Busey knows, if he knows anything, that this is the waj- in which he and his friends scoured his election to the hoard of Aldermen by the enormous majority of FOi'RTEts. 1 would just as leave be caught with Mr. Fitzpatrick s jiocketb**)k in my pos pr-Hiion. as occupying a seat in the Bu?r<l under such circumstances. A few lines in reply to the other lies in that article. It was theie iUied that many of these naturalized foreigners tcere resilients of Mi. Uai/ly s Ward. and. therefore, trcre intended tu te used in electing him to hi**present station. 1' ia only necessary for me to say in rtp.'T- that 1 was uot a candidate at this elec tion for anything. As to being 4> compelled to confess." there was no compulsion or confession at all. I re plied to Dr. B. cheerfully and candidly. The naturalization of foreigner- ha? been u-ually done i.i this way. and there noyer having been exception made to it by any party until the formation of this new party. wh<~.?e members are all pure, high-minded, honorable poli ticians. who don't want offiee and never lie. A correction of another lie. and I have done: It is stated that " Dr. liu<ey dealt a hard blow at Dr Miller, we believe, when he sii?>wed that that gentleman has held a . eat in the City Government for miny ye n - contrary to law, Ac.'" N-w the fact i.- that Dr. Miller was elected, for the first lime in June. These false statements show how much confidence is to be placed in Know Nothings and their papers. I regret that I have occupied so much of your space, and will conclude by saying that i defy any of their party to produce the slight est evidence that I ever did anything mean or un^entlemanly to seeure my ele-tion. and when I am compelled, by necessity, to resort tosu -h no an- as the throwing out of leg;il votes, and the import ation of voters from an other ward, to seeure my election to any ofliee, I trust that every honed man will turn hi.-1 back upon me. July 18?It W. F. Bayly. DIED. <>n the l?th inst , Maj AUGL>Tl> A. NICH OLSON, (.Quartermaster of the I'. States Marine Corps. ill/"" His brother otUi-ers of the Army and Navy, and his friend* and acquaintances are invited to attend his funeral from the family residence, on Friday afternoon, the ??th instant, at 5 o'clock, punctually. # [The moruing papers please copy ] BASKING HOl'SEOF PAIKO A NOLRSE, OPPOSITE CX1TKD STATES TREASURY. Bonds, stocks, and other securi ties, Purchased and Sold Interest, at the rate of six oer rent per annum, allowed on deposit? when left for thirty days or longer. Jan 24?6in LAND WARRANTS BOUGHT at the high est rates Sight drafts remitted to persons at a distance sending me Warrants, on any city they may des ignate. Stocks bought and sold on commission. HAMILTON G KANT, Banker, 432 Pa. avenue. Washington, D. C. Jy Its?tmeo (Intel) LI3IE: lime: lime: C^KEAT REDUCTION IN PRICE'?Best * quality wood burnt Lime at EIGHTY cents per barrel. I am now selling the best quality of wood burnt Lime in Washington at eighty cents per barrel at the kilns and eighty-live cents delivered in any part of the city This is twenty-live per cent less than the market price LA WTO N P HOOVER, Potomac Lime Kilns, one square south of the Lower Bridge. Georgetown. jy Itt?eo3w (U nion, Organ, Intel) JORDAN'S WHITE StLPHLR SPltlllGS, Frederick county, va ? opened on the 15th of June From Baltimore, Wash ingtonorCuniberlandinearlymorningtrains ffS* to llarper's Ferry, thence ny Winchester^' M Railroad to Stephenson's depot; from depot l)$ miles in coaches to Springs in time to dine same day Rice's cotillon band engaged Ssulphur baths. Medicinal eilects of water well known E. C. A R. M. JORDAN A BRO. Jy 6?rofiw ICE?ICE?ICE ! CHARLES WERNER, on Pa avenue, oppo site Browns' Hotel, will keep, throughout the season, an ample supply of Pettil?one's best ICE which he will sell, on call, in any quantities, at the lowest possible rates inav 29?dtSep .'10 ATTENTION, COAL CONSUMERS. WE are now discharging Coal from ves.>els, and will l?e for the next three wet-ks. All |>er sons wishing to lay in their winter supply would do well to give us a call, as we are determined to sell as cheap, and on as good terms as any otuer dealers. Our coal is of the best quality, both White and Bed Vsh. suitable for Furnaces. Stoves and Ranges WASHINGTON A KEYS. Corner 11th and C streets, near Canal, jy 13_F.SAeoU 373] IMPORTANT TO THE LADIES. [373 One Dollar's worth of (iootls for 73 cents ! AS we contemplate enlarging and otherwise im proving our store, we will commence lYoin this date and continue until the loth of August next (at which time the Improvement is to com mence) to sell our large and beautiful assortment of Uwns, Tissues, Bareges. Gentlemen's ai.d Bovs' wear, and in fact our entire stock of SUM MER GOODS at greatly reduced prices for cash We have also on hand a complete assortment of Indies' and Gentlemen's Summer Gaiters and Fancy Shoes, which we are disposed to sell at least is per cent, less thau our usual prices Persons wishing to save money would do well to give us a call u they may confidently rily on obtaining GREAT BARGAINS_ R. B. HALL, No 373 North Seventh St., one door above jy 13?eotfw R G Hyatt's. A CARD.?To those of our customers who bave had the kindness to settle their accounts ren dered the J.Mh of last month we return our sincere thanks. All those who have not yet settled will oblige us very much by doing so as soon as pos?. ble, either with cash or notes at short dates, as it Is important that we have all accounts now due us ckmea by the 1st of August. CLAGETT, NEWTON MAY A CO Jy 14?Gt Lr Don't do it '?The stomach vj< not in tended for an apotheoary's ehop Don't use physic >ner any weekenlnf Internal medicine at th!a hot ?eason especially. For all local disorders and Rheumatism where Prof. Chas DeOrath s ELEC TRIC OIL from Philadelphia, can renrk the case It hasa direct and specific action, and does not Im pair any function of the body like all Internal med icines Many of these remedies profess to cure all things, but the* Electric Oil" does not. Sold by Druggists. N. B.?Keep the bottle well corked. Rubquick ly- jy 17?31 .1? Letter from Hen. John Minor Botts, of Virginia. Richmond, July 9, 1655. Messrs. Wm. S. B*?er* Sc Co : Oents?Consider ations of duty to the afflicted alone prompt me to send you this voluntary testimonial to tke great value of "Cutter's Skpanisk Mixture," for that ainiost incurabledisea.se. Scrofula. Without beingdlsposed or deeming It necessary to go into the particulars of the case, 1 can say that the astonishing results that have been pro duced by the use of that medicine on a member of my own family, and under my own observation and superintendence, after the skill of the best physicians had been exhausted and all the usual remedies had failed, fully justify ine in recom mending its use to all who may be suffering from that dreadful malady. I do not mean to say that it is adapted to all constitutions, or that it will afford the same relief in all cases; for, of course, I can know nothing about that?hut of what I have seen of the effects. I would not hesitate to use it, in any and every ease of Scrofula, with persons for whom I felt an interest, or over whom 1 could exercise influence or control. Respectfully, yours, J so. M. Botts. JUT" Premiums at the Fairs?Whitehur?t> still in the ascendant.?The juries of each of the late fairs at Baltimore. R ichmond. and .New York awarded their hightest premiums to J. If \V. for their superiority of Photographs, Stereoscopes and Daguereotypes exhibited. Mr. XV. also received two medals at the World's Fair. London, and a premium at Crystal Palace, New York. Also, the first awards of the Maryland Institute for three years past. Whltehurst's Gallery In this city is on Pa ave nue. betweeen Four-and-a-half and Sixth streets feb 17 ITT* Gilman, Druggist. has removed Seventh street, opposite the Patriotic Bank, ami is now prepared to till all orders for Medicine Paints, Oil and (ilass on accommodating terms. St riot attention will be paid to physician's pre* s. riptlons at all hours of the day and night. The n! -hf t?ell Is on the right of the store door ap 14 JC7" Noah Walker fc Marble Hall Clothing Emporium, under Browns' Hotel re spectfully announce that their display of Sprint and Summer Clothing is now ready for inspection comprising an assortment of Coats, Vest* and 1 antaloons of the newest and richest designs in material, trimming and workmanship. To ?en tl -men who study excellence with economy in fashionable articles of dress an opportunity for se lecting is offered from one of the largest and most attractive stock of goods ever offered in this city at a very reduced scale of prices ap f7 1 i-f ?r? Hoofiand'e Celebrated German II.Iters.?Weak, nervous, depressed in spirits and a prey to innumerable mental, as well as phy sical evils, the victim to dyspepsia, is indeed an object of commisseration. Yet it Is absurd for h:in to despair. We care not how weak low nervous, and irritable he may be. the cordial prop erties of HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTER** pj.pved by Dr C M. Jackson. Philadelphia, are st onier than the many-headed monster, which is preying upon his body and mind; and if he chooses to try them, wc will insure a speedy cure See advertisement. je7?3m L-S~ A Phenomena in Medicine.?Bronchi tis, rough. Dyspepsia. Liver Complaints. Scrof ul.i. A<\ I-or all diseases of the Female System it stands pre-eminent. A Clergyman just informs us it has cured him of Bronchitis of a desi^rate character?particulars hereafter. HAMPTON'S VEGETABLE TINCTURE? By its mild action on the .stomach, l.ver and kid- 1 n.-ys, will cure Dyspepsia. Cough. Asthma, Bron chlal atid Lung Affections, I'ains i? the Back. > and Breast, Consumption, Scrofula, Rheu- ! ni.itism, Gout, Neuralgia. I'istula. Bowel Com- i plaints Piles. Worms and Nervous Debilities ? with all diseases arising from impure blood and IS the greatest female medicine ever known. This invaluable medicine is working wonders upon the human frame. ' Sold by MORTIMER A MOWBRAY, HO Bal timore street. Baltimore, Broadway. New York CllAS STOTT A CO . J B MOORE. D (}' CLARKE. CLARKE A BOWLING. W El - MOT.and H McPHERSON. Washington; also. In K S I- CISSLLL. Georgetown; C. C. BEK R V, Alexandria; and by Druggist* every where \7r" I'n precede ii ted Knee ens The excite ment in l?ehalf of Baker s Premium Bitters, con tinues to increase in Richmond as well as through out Virginia,as a cure for Dyspepsia. Torpidity <?f th Liver. Sour Stomach. Nervous Hcada< he. in and Fever. Ac. To ?>e ha?l at the principal Drug St,.res throughout me city of Rlcjniiorid and the Hi ite ol Virginia. Orders promptly attended to by addressing E. BAKER. Richmond, Va. Church Hill, Richmond. Feb 10. I->1 Dear Sir:?Being satl>ried that my wife, who ha> Muttered very much for several years from neu ralgia, has received great benetit from Baker's Pre iiiWm Bitters, and having tised them with great ?o.eeess in cases of summer complaints with my children, I take gr^at pleasure in recommending tii. in to the public as a valuable family medicine. From Rev Rkcbi.n Fokd. Mr. K. Baker, Proprietor Richmond Post Oiiice. Feb. 16, lx>i. This is to certify that 1 have used Baker s Pre mium Bitters in my family, which I find to be ?. very valuable medicine in loss of appetite, and giving tone and strength to the whole system In ague and fever, whar- I have administered thf.ui. in? y have never failed to make a jierfect cure As a family medicine they stand unequalled. F. W Daxfortii They are iierfectly harmless, and may l>e taken ail times by adults or children. Price 5<> cents per bottle. To lie had of CHAS. STOTT Sc. CO., Wash ington. D C; CANBY A HATCH, and SE i'li S. HANCE, Baltimore; and by Druggists every where. eojt iD~ Ayer's Cathartic PilU.?Pills that arc Ptlls!?Paoir. Hayes, State Chemist of Massa chusetts, says they are the be.stof all Pills, and an nexed are the persons who certify that Dr. Haves knows, viz: Lemuel Shaw, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Mass. Emory Wash burn, Governor of Mass. W. C. Plc.mif.ti, Lieut. Gov. Mass. Edward Evkbctt, Ex-Sec;, of State and Sena tor U. S. Robert C. Winthsop, Ex-Speaker House of Reps., U.S.A. Abbott Lawrence, Minister Pienipo. to Great Britain. t-L'UxB. Fitzpatrick, Catholic Bishop of Bostou. MEN THAT ABE MEN ! Among the diseases this Pill has cured with as tonishing rapidity, we may mention Costiveness, Bilious Complaints, Bheumatism, Dropsy, Heartburn, Headache arising f<om a foul Stomach, Nausea, Indigestion, Morbid inaction of the Bowels and pain arising therefrom, Flatu lency . Loss of Appetite, all Ulcerous and Cutane ous Diseases, which require an evacuant medicine. Sciofuia or King's Evil. They also by purifying the blood and stimulating the system, cure many complaints which It would not be supposed thev could reach; such as Deafness, Partial Blindness, Neuralgiaaud Nervous Irritability, Derangement of the Liver and Kidneys, Gout, and other kin dred complaints arising" from a low state of the body or oostructions of its functions. They are the)>est Purgative Medicine ever discovered.' and you will but geed to use them once to know it. Prepared by DR J. C. AYEll, Lowell, Mass and sold by every respectable druggist. Sold by Z. D. OILMAN, Washington, O. M I.INTHICIIM, Georgetown; JAMES COOK A CM)., Fredericksburg. je IT?2m m. m. jor a nrsi raie uttA!>s A.MI COTILLON BAN D, 1 am again at the service of the public to ntend Excursion Parties. Exhibitions, Parades. Pic Nics, Balls and Serenades. All those in t'a FISt HER'S B AN D FULLY ORGAN IZED. HAVING now completed ail my arrangements for a first rate BRASS AND COTILLON BA " j rtttf P vor of citizens' hand are respectfully invited to en 1 courage our enterprise, here in Washington city. P. FISCHER, Leader. P. S.?This Band, under my direction, is regu larly uniformed, and from a practice of over twen ty years I can give satisfaction to every one. Residence, Pennsylvania avenue, north side. I?e tween Ninth and Tenth streets, first door west of Iron Hall. Orders left with Messrs. Hilbus A Hltz punctu ally attended to. jy II?Im* DENTISTRY. DR V. SHINN," Graduate of the Philadelphia College of Dental Surgery, respect fully informs the residents of George-, town and its vicinity that he has loca- , . tod himself nmongsi them for the purpose of prac tising his prob-seiou. Otfice 1*21 Washington st., above Bridge street, Georgetown, 1). C. je US?d'iinAeolm* LAND WARRANTS. LAND Warrants wanted at tb? highest rates by KELLER A McKENNF.Y. 15th street, opposite the Treasury, jy u?lm* WANTS. SECOND-HAND SHOW WINDOW. Enquire at No 3W F ?tre*, Vtween 13th and Hth streets jy 19?It* WANTED?AT No 337 G STREET, NEAR 12th, a small Girl, 12to 14 year* old, for light work Apply In the morning. jy 19?It WantedImmediately, A young Womin to take charge of a child two years

old. Also, a Cook, washer"and lroner Best re ference reqalred. Applv at 280 F street jy 19? It* J Horse WANTED ?A GOOD Farm Horse wanted Apply at this office. jy 17?2t? \17\\nted?A WOMAN (GERMAN PRE ? ? tored) to do the work of a small family. In quire of JAMES OWNER, A street north, betw. 6th and 6th streets east. jy 17?tf \\T AN TED?A NUMBER OF HORSES TO Yt pasture. The pasture is excellent, and has plenty of shade and water. Terms, five dollars per month Enquire at Tennallytown for TRUE MAN S. JONES. jy 17?3t* ?flT AN TED?ON RENT, A HOUSE, rontain ?T ing ten or twelve rooms, situated between f>;h and 12th streets west, and Pennsylvania ave nue and G streets north. Possession to be given prior to September. Address Box 623 City Post Office jyH?eb3t* WANTED?EVERYBODY TO KNOW that they can get a lot 24 feet front by 130 feet deep, for the low price of #75? payable $3 a month without interest. Apply at the Union Land Office 7th street, al>ove Oda Fellows' Hall. ap28?3m JOHN FOX, Sec. BOARDING. li' IOARDINO CAN BE OBTAINED AT 459 ? Tenth street, between F. and F, at *3 per w?ek Six or eight can be accommodated, jy li>?3t* NOTICE.?FOR RENT?PARLORS AND is Chaml?ers. with board. Also, table and tran sient board, with a bathing room and shower baths, and every attention to render It most agree able to her lxwrders. Mrs. P G. MURRAY, Corner Pennsylvania avenue and st. ap 23?3m _____ TJOARD.Ac.?MRS BATES,ON THE S. W. I * corner of Pennsylvania avenue and 9th street, i* ore pared to accommodate gentlemen with room*, ith or without board. Every effort will be made to render those comfortable who may favor her with their patronage apfi?tf FOR SALE AND RENT. p OR RE N T?A TWO-STORY BRICK M House. No. 3^7 D street. For terms apply to E HUNT, No.47 Louisiana avenue. jy iy_ii# ? I^OR R E N T ? T W O MEDIUM SIZED Houses on .Maryland avenue, between (ith and ?t 11 streets They have been newly painted inside and out To good tenants rent will be moderate. Apply to T GALLIGAN A CO , Fancy Store, under Browns'Hotel, jy 11)?eoiii PrfR R EN T?A NEW THREE-STORY J Frame House on L street, near 1.3th. contain ing six rooms and a kitchen, all neatlv finished To a trood tenant the rent will l<e $12 per month inquire of J. H. DRURY, City Post Office jy 19?tf _ 4 GOOD CHANCE?LOTS 23,24 , 25, and 26, 'n square 512, are offered on a credit of five years. The?e lots front 3?)0 feet on 4th street west, and loo feet on O street north, and offer an excel 1 at opportunity to any person wanting a large Harden near the markets: and the rapid improve ment in tlie neighborhood warrants this offer as an opening to a great speculation For particulars inquire of JNO B KIBBEY & CO.. Real Estate Agents, Louisiana avenue, nevt door to Sweeney, H.i ten house & Co s Bank, jy IB?IX I^OR SALE?ON LIBERAL TERMS, A new two-story brick House, containing six rooms and cellar. No 355 Thirteenth street, betw north I. street and Massachusetts avenue. For ) .'.iticulars enquire on the premises, or of VV. H SIBLEY. No. 3-'>> Thirteenth street. jy 17?3t* I^OR RENT A TWO-STORY BRICK Dwelling on H street, near lHth street. No. 270, pleasantly situated, with a tine enclosure and con venient outbuildings, furnished or unfurnished. A pply at the premises jy 16?tf OR R E N T?A TWO-STORY FRAME House, with liasement. situated on Prospect Ilill. Georgetown, commanding a Iteautiful view ?t'the Potomac river. Apply to T. O Donnoghue near the Catholic Church, or R II Trunnel. No. 7.: Frederick street. Georgetown. D. C. jyJJ 1/OR SALE?A LOT ON CAPITOL HILIV containing 12.500 feet It ran be divided into halves. Enquire of E. F. yl'EEN, 7tli street, near the Northern Market. Jy 11?2w I^OR RENT.?A handsomely furnished House near the Public Department is offered for rent. I o a responsible tenant the rent will be moderate. 1 li<* House contains a i*ath room and gas fixtures. Enquire on the premises. No 270 H street, jy i?im* I^OR RENf^THK BUILDING~7)N~DSTT, near the corner of Twelfth, Is for rent, either in part. or whole. Apply at the Star office. je2<??tf I^OR RENT OR SALE ON REASONABLE Terms.?A throe-story Frame, with basement, on New York avenue, l?etween Fourth and Fifth streets west. Also, a three. on 1 streetnor west. A I'plv to James W Barker, residence on II street iiirth. "between Twelfth and Thirteenth streets west DICKSON 3t KING, ap 5?Thtf Georgetown. pOR RENT?TI>E THREE STORY STORE and Dwelling, No Si Bridge street. George town, so long occul ied as Emmert's Coiifectiou ery. A pply toARXY, next door. my 25?lawtf I^OR RENT?FOUR NEW AND CONVE nient Brick Houses, brown mastick fronts, containing parlors with marble mantels, dining room, kitchen, servant's room, and five chambers each, and situated on Thirteenth street, Island, 1.ear the public grounds,convenient to Pennsylva nia avenue and th* Departments. Rent very mod erate. Apply at R H. Clarke's office, corner of Sixth street and Louisiana avenue, or at D. B. Clarke's Drug Store, Eleventh street, island, mar 6?wtf 1.1 OR SALE ?A SMALL FRAME HOUSE and Lot. No. 50 Louisiana avenne, Washing ton. It presents a rare opportunity to a person wishing to make a Rood investment. If not sold soon it will be for rent. Also, a three-story Brick House and Lot, No. 57 High street, Georgetown. Lot *J6 feet front by 160 feet deep; will he sold low and on a long credit. WANTED?A few shares of Georgetown Build ing Association Stock Apply to E. K. LUNDY, No. 128 Bridge street, Georgetown; or No. 460 F. street, Wa-shington. je 21?tf *>-story Frame, with back building, r.h, between Fourth and Fifth streets F ^OR R ENT?SEVERAL HANDSOME PAR lors and Chambers, with Board Also. Table and Transient Board. Inquire at Mrs. SMITH'S,233 F street. ap9?tf Homes for all ?beautifully and healthily located Building Lots, 24 feet front by 130 deep, on graded streets, can. until spring, be bought at the exceeding low price of #75, pay e ble $3 per month. Title indisputable. Union Land Office, Seventh stre?-i, above Odd Fellows'Hall. JOHN f OX, Secretary jan 9?<im TO THE PUBLIC. CRAY'S NEUTRALIZING CORDIAL! THE (i RE AT B O TA XIC REMEDY.' Jj'MjR Diarrhea, Dysentery, and Summer Com plaint* of Children can had at CHARLES STOtT 4c CO.'S, Pennsylvania avenue. Tills preparation is unsurpassed for the above diseases. No family should l>e without it during j_ the summer season, when the above diseases are so prevalent. It is particularly recommended for children. Price 25 cents per bottle. Prepared and .sold by JAMES GRAY, No. 2 Water street, Baltimore, Md. jy ll?2w j WATCHES. JUST received, a large a?ortmcnt of ladies and Gentlemen's fine GOLD WATCHES of every size, style and manufacture. The "al>ove Is by far the best and cheapest ever offend to our customers. M W. GALT & BRO., 324 Pa avenue, bet. 9th and loth st*. Je 21?tf I^AMILIAR QUOTATIONS?A collection of Familiar Quotations, with complete Indi ces of Authors and Subjects. $1 Memories of Youth and Manhood, by Sidney Willard. 2 vols, 82 EUie; or the Human Comedy, by John Esten Cooke, author of Virginia Comedians The Prophets; or. Mormonlsm Unveiled, with illustrations. *|. TAYLOR k MAURY'S jy 13? Bookstore, near 9th st, j AUCTION SALES. By GREEN* 4 SCOTT, Auctioneers HOrSE AXD LOT ON THE ISLAND at Anction.?On MONDAY. ?be 23d instant at 8^ o'clock, p m , we shall sell in front of tbe FPremises. part of Lot No. 3. In Square 53?. front ng 33 feet on south E street, between 3d and 4)| street*, west, running back about ion ftet with tb? the improvements, which Is a comfortable frame House Term*: One-th'.rd cash: balance In 8 and IS months, for notes bearing interest from the day of the sale: A deed given and a d"td of trust taken GREEN & SCOTT. Jy 10?eoAds Auctioneers By GREEN A SCOTT, Auctioneers. \ VALUABLE BUILDING LOT ON ? API tol Hill at Anriioa.?On TUESDAY, the Q.th instant, we shall sell. on the premises, at d o'clock p. m.. Lot .No. 1. ia Square No. 758. front ing 32 feet on C street north, between 'id and 3d sts east, running back 100 feet Terms: One-third cash; the balance In 6 and 12 months, for notes bearing interest from the day of sale. A deed given and a deed of trust taken GREEN A SCOTT, Jy 13?d Auctioneers By JAS. C. McGUIRE, Auctioneer. Three valuable building lots at the corner of 12th nnd K sts. at pab> j lie Hale.?On WEDNESDAY afternoon, July ; 2jtb. at 6)* o'clock, on the premises, I shall sell ! Lots Nos. 23, 21. and 28, of Davidson's subdivis j i<>n of Square No. 255, situated at the corner of i 12th street west and K street north, the whole I fronting 7?% feet on K street by 97 feet 9 Inches j on 12th street. | The?e are probably the most eligible and desir I able building lots for sale In that delightful part I of the city, to the sale of which especial attention ! Is invited Title indisputable. The property will be sold entire or In lots, as de i sired. Terms, One-third cash ; the residue in 8 and 12 months, with Interest, satisfactorily secured , JAS. C. McGUIRE, j Jy 19?d Auctioneer. By C W BOTELER, Auctioneer SALE OF VALUABLE PROPERTY ON the Island at Auction.?(Jn THURSDAY afternoon. July 2flth. at 6 o'clock, I shall sell. on the premises, part of Lot No. 7. in Square 353. to ! gether with tbe improvements thereon, consisting of two two-story frame House*, in one of which there is a store, which is considered a good busi ness location. In the rear of rhe store there is a large. convenient and substantial two-story brick bnke-boti?e This property is located on 11th st , (the princi pal thoroughfare totUe steamboat wharves) betw. i D and 1:. streets somh. Term", On1 tl.l d cash ?, residue in 6. twelve and eighteen mouths, with interest, secured by a deed I ot irust on tbe premise*. C. W. BOTE LER, ! Jy ll>? eoAds Auctioneer by J C. McCUIRE, Auctioneer fFURNITURE AND HOISEIIOLD Ef fects.?On THURSDAY, July 26th, at 10 o'clock, o:i the south side of E. between 9th and 10th streets, I shall sell the Furniture and Effects of a gentleman declining housekeeping, compris ing? Mahogany hair spring Soft and Chairs Marble too centre and fancy Tables Hush an<t cane-seat Chairs, Whatnot Mahogany extension dining Table Walnut refreshment Table, rout Table Mantel Clock Girandoles Three-ply and in/rain Carpets, Oilcloths Straw Matt logs. Rugs, Drugget Walnut and maple Cottage Bedsteads Dressing and plain Bureaus. Washstands Hair and busk .Mat?re.v<es. Toilet Sets Dressing Tables. Wardrobe Cooking Stove and Fixtures. Refrigerator Excelleut T?n Safe. Buckets, Tubs, Ac. Too ther with .? general assortment of Kitchen Utensils. Terms : S20 and tinder cash ; over that sum a credit of i utd 1 months for satisfac torilyandorsed notes, bearing Interest. JAS. C McGUIRE, jy It?d Auctioneer. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. BY virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of Prince George's County I will expose to pub lic Sale, on FRiDA Y. the -27111 day of July, inst , at lu o'clock a m . it fair, if nut. on the next fair day thereaf'er. at Eiiaville, near Bladensburg. the residence of Douglas Vass. deceased. ALL THE PERSONAL ESTATE left by hint at the time of his death, consisting of :15 shares of >?trx k in the Hank of Washington. D. C . and a large quantity of Household and Kitchen Furniture. The household Furniture Is nearly new. has been purchased but a short time, is'of the most modern arid fashionable stvle, has been selected with considerable t.vte. and tbo**desirous of pur chasing are particularly requested lo attend the Bale Terms: For nil sums of and under S10 cash; all sums a>?>w that amount six months credit will be given, with note>, with approved security, ?>ear ing interest from Ifce day of sale. N. C. STEPHEN, Adin'rc. t a., of Douglas* Va*s, deceased, jy 12?eot> By GREEN A SCOTT. Auctioneers FRAME HOI SE AND LOT on 4th straet, between Massachusetts avenae and I street itartb. nt Auction.?On FRIDAY, the 2i?li instant, we shall sell, at C.i^ o'clock p m . a go,*l Frame Hoti.se and Lot, situated on Fourth street vest, lietwecn Massachusetts avenue and I street jjhc flag will designate the house ) Title indisputable Terms : fine fourth cash ; balance In 6. 12. and lw month*. fomote> l>earing Interest from the day of the sale. A deed given and a deed of trust taken GREEN A SCOTT, jy lti?d Auctioneer*. By J C McGUIRE, Auctioneer. T>RLSTEES S\LE OF VALUABLE AND Beautifully situated Building Lot on Third street wa?t, between Pa. avenue and C street.?Bv virtue of a deed in trust, beariug date oti the 'J-th day of February, l-*53, and re corded in I.iber J. A S No. 52, folios 3t?2. 303, 3<M, the subscriber will sell al public sale, on WEDNESDAY afternoon, Argust 1st. lf>5o. at 5>f o'clock P in., on the premises. Lot No. 11, in reservation Sjo. 11, fronting 2.5 feet on Third street west, between Pennsylvania avenue and C street north, by 150 feet deep, to a 3o feet alley. The above projierty is eligibly situated in a most desirable part of the city, rapidly enhancing in value, and offers a rare opportunity to j>eisons desiring to hu'.ld or invest. Terms cash ; and if not compiled with in three days after the sale the property will be resold, at tbe risk and expense of tbe purchaser, upon one week's notice All conveyancing at the expense of purchaser. CHARLES S WALL AC IF. Trustee. JAS. C McGUIRE, jy 12?eoAds Auctioneer. By J C. McGUIRE, Auctioneer Handsome building lot at ah. tion.?On THURSDAY afternoon, July 19. at 6 k o'clock, on the premises. 1 sball sell part of Lot No. 10, in Square 4*-.l, fronting 17 feet on 5th street west, between M and N streets north, and running back 93 feet 4^ inches. This lot is handsomely situated with the grade, and is very desirable for building purposes. Tille indisputable. Terms. One-third cash; residue in three and six months, satisfactorily secufed bearing interest. JAS C McGUIRE. jy 17?d Auctioneer. L By GREEN A SCOTT Auctioneer UMBER AT Al t TION?OnTIIURSDAY the 19th instant, we shall sell, at 4 o'ck*t1c p m, a large lot of Lumber, 1\ ins on the Govern ment square Immediately north of the west Capi tol Gate, and near Pennsylvania avenue, consist in ' of Joist. Silling. Scantling, Boards. Terms: S25 and under cash ; over that amount a credit of 6u and 90 days, for notes satisfactorily endorsed, bearing interest. GREEN A SCOTT, jy 17?d Auctioneer By J. C. McGL IRE. Auctioneer. rpHKF.E NEW THREE-STORY BRICK -1. Houses in the Northern Liberties, at Public Sale.?On TUESDAY afternoon. July 24th, at ? o'clock, on tbe premises, I shall sell Lots 2 and 3. in Norman's subdivision of square No 389,frontingon Mi street we?t. at the corner of N street north, runuing back '.4 feet p inches t? a 10 f'et alley, witb the lm prove men t<?, consisting of three new three-story brick Dwelling Houses, with back buildings, containing 7 rooms ea<b, with wood sheds, Ac The corner building has a store attached which is now occupied as a grocery, and is doing a tlrst rate business Terms: One-third cash : residue in f?. 12.JP and 24 months, satisfactorily secured, bearing interest. JAS C McGUIRE, jy 17?d Auctioneer. By JAS. C. McGUIRE, Auction-?r ALlABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY on ?, near l*tb street, at PubF'e Sale.?On FRIDAY afternoon. July 90th, at f> o'clock, on the premises. 1 shall sell parts of Lots 12 ana 13, in square 142. fronting 45 feet on north G, betwean 1Kb atid 19th streets west, running back 88 feet, with the Improvements, consisting of a two-*torv and attic brick dwelling house, containing lu all thirteen rooms. This property is very desirably situated for a private residence. Title indisputable. Terms: Onetifth cash; residue in 1,2, and 3 years, satisfactorily secured, bearing interest J C McGUIRE, jy ic?d Auctioneer V TELEGRAPHIC NEWS REPORTED roa TWgYrgynyiq STAR - Hot Waatkar. Nlw TcKK, J a! J 19 ?The thermometer Ur Jay ranges from 91 to 97 in the ahada. ' SraivortBLD, Ma* , Jnly IP.?The tfeer motnrt?r lndioatei a temperature of 96* In the fhade. Opening of tha IlUnoia Central BaUraad Bcffalo, July 19 ?The celebration of tha Of-ening of the Illinois Central Railroad to Da* buqne took piece yesterday Thoosacd? wera ptrwnt, an>l speeches were made by Senator! Douglas* and J?ne?. Gov Dodge and other* Liquet Decision, tc. BrrrALO. July 19 ?The Court of Seaaiona this morning decided to imported liquor* eou.A not be told after the original packages were broken. The persons charged with violating the neu trality law* bare been committed In default of *3.000 bail. Baltimore Market*. Baltimore, July 19 ?A perfect panio ea ista in flour and wheat Flour has declined $1 ner bbl., and wheat Ua.iSOc Red wheat *l *6aS1.70. white <175x51 90 Sale* of 509 bbls. City Mills flour at S* Corn unchanged Stock Market. Naw Yoaa, July 19 ?Stock* are ?teaJy. Money plenty S'lcs of Erie Railroad Sl|, Harlem 28?; Hudson Railroad. 4rt; Cumber land, 29. Rea-iitig cx-diviJcnd, 91 Flour has declined 12 a 37tc.?sales of 4000 bbls. at ?8 37 a S9.12 Seles of SlH) barrel* Southern Ht $10 25 Wheat dull and touding demand. Sales of 4.500 bushels of Southern white at S2 50 Whisky steady. Sales cf 400 barrels at 41c. By C. W BOTELER, Auctioneer ?<ALE OF A VALUABLE LOT at -taction. On FRIDAY afternoon. July 2uth. at tfo'cl'k, 1 shall scLl. on the premier-. oart of Lot No. 7, !n Square No 236. fronting 33 fort 2 Inches on north S slrfrt, between Kith and 14th street* went, depth 12" feet to a 3d foot allev Terms: One-third cash; balance In 6. 12. and lv months, with notes bearing Interest, secured by a deed of trust on the premises C \V. BOTELER, jy_ll?eoAds Auctioneer Bv GREEN A SCOTT, Auctioneer* VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY ea the Island at Auction.?On WKUNEV DAY, the 25th instant. we shall sell, at 6 o'clock p m , In front of the premises, part of Lot No. 1 In Square 463, having a f'ont of 51 feet on Virginia avenue, running l*a<a HI feet to south C street, with the improvements, which are two good brick and one frame House The brick house* contain si* good and conveniently arranged rooms and kitchen each They will be sold separate The above described property is handsomely lo cated on Virginia avenue. Iw'tween 6th and 7th streets, and presents many inducements to persons wUhlng to make a good Investment, as It Is In tba most rapidly improving part of the Island Title Indisputable Terms One-third cash; the balance In6 and 1* months, for note* rearing interest from the day of the sale A deed given and a deed of trust taken. GREEN A SCOTT, Jy 16?d Auctioneers By GREEN A SCOTT, Auctioneers. \TALl ABLE BUILDING LOT on Ilk be. tween II and I streets at Aactien ?On THI'RSDAY. the 19th instant, we shall sell, at a o'clock p. m , in front of the premise*., a handsome building Let. situated on the east side of Seventh street west, between H and I streets north, having a front of 47 feet lo Inches, running back to an out lot to a wide alley. 100 feet It will be divided in lots to suit purchasers or together The above described property is on an elevated situation, and considered very- desirable for any kind of business purpose*. Wins nearly opposite the wagon yard, In the most business put of ?:h etreet. Title Indisputable Terms : One-fourth cash ; balance In 6, 12, and 18 months, for notes bearing interest A d-ed given and a deed of trust taken GREEN A SCOTT, jy 13?d Auctioneers A 4 ARD. rjMIK firm of Williamson A Osgodbv having A been dissolved, theunders?pn?i wOl remain attheoid stand, nortuwe?t corner of l. and lUh atreet. where he hopes to trieet a share of the pa tronage so liberailv bestowed on the late Arm. Jy 13?tf THUS W OSGODBV. PAINT AND OIL STORE. WINDOW Glass. Ac , Campheae, Spirit Gas, Sperm. Solar and l.ard Oil Lamps, Clocks, Brushes. Ornaments. Girandoles. Shade* Ac. J R McGREGOR. Successor toC M Whittlesey, jy 16?e*r?w 534 Seventh at CEMENT, PLASTER. HAIR. Ac. Also, constantly on hand a splendid article of Cement, Plaster, Hair, Ac., all of which we ara selling very cheap. LAWTON P HOOVER, Potomac Lime Kilns one square south of the lx>wer Bridge, near Georgetown jy 16?eo3w (Intel. Organ, Union) WHILE MANY OF OUR MERCHANTS are complaining of dull times and tell ua they have more clerks than customer*. O FRANCIS, 4tO Seventh street, israpidlv selling off everything in the way of Housekeeping Haniware. and al ways gets the money He ihinks the times are certainly improving The truth Is, he sells low. and the "people are beginning to understand It. If good article*, low prices, ana every eflort lo please will suit pan hasers. he is determined that hla customers shall be satistted jy Id pERSONS WITH DEFECTIVE VISION A are invited to examine mv extensive stock of ail kinds of SPECTACLES and LYE GLAS8 K.S. Glasses of anv kind, such as Cataract, Para bola. Pcriscopto. Double Concave. I>ouble Con - vex. and Colored Glasses, put In at short notice with great care, and persons In want of glaasaw mav >>e sure to get those which benefit the eve. IfT Circular* ' Defective V leion" gratis at ? H SEMKEVS, 330 Pa avenue, bet 9th and loth sts mar 30 SEALED PROPOSALS FOR FUEL, Orrtra of U. s. Pi*itkmtiabt. / Washington. Jnlv 10,1836 \ SEPARATE PROPOSALS will be received *i this offi< e until noon of the tint day of August, 1-.V5. for furnishing the prison with 1'iScords of half seasoned ^ood oak Wood, of roe diuin size, and free of lop wood 20 cords good pine \\ ood 60 tons red ash anthracite Coal The wood to be delivered uiion the Penitentiary Wharf, and the coal in the prison vard THOMAS THORNLEY, jy 11?eotAugl Warden THE LONDON STAGE. 4 vols, octavo, con taining aU>ut two hundred of the best playa Ut the language (exclusive of Shak^peate a.) A few sets of the above?second-hand conies, new oner being unobtainable?j .st Imported rroni Lon don. Price 1?!" Su. 1 11 VNCK TAYLOR, jy 12?If GENTLEMEN'S I SDl-Rt* ARMENTS. 11' E have a large and tine assort merit of Silk, ST Gauze, Merino and Cotton I ndershirtv lin en and cotton Drawers. White and colored Shirta, Hosiery. Ac . which we are now offering at vwry low price*. WALL A STEPHENS, 322 Pa ave , next door to I rou Hail jy 11?tf [Ntwt] THE FAUQUIER WHITE SULPHIR SPRINGS ARE now onen for the reception of Company, and in a tar more attractive condition ? ; than they ever ha\e l?een A gross misreprescMation against themJilii'B having been published in the Petersburg Intelli gencer and Baltimore Sun to the effect that they were closed for the season is now traced to an Ir responsible source unworthy of notice It is proper to state that there is no shsdow of foundation for it The subscriber trusts that he v* ill not l?e made the victim of such malignity; and the respectable journals which have given currency to the rumor bv transferrin? it to their rolumns will disabuse the public mind th-o igh the same medium. ALEX. BAKES, jy 13?2m StlllTTEK A KA1ILLRT, Artists, fresco, decorative, and every debcrl^ion of ORNAMENTAL painting. Orders left with Baldwin and Nerinlng, Archi tects, corner Penn. avenue and 11th street, will be promptly attended to Jy 11? lm? rkEUVRES COMPLETES DE MOLIERE ^ very numerous engravings, f 1 25 Consuelo, by Georgt Sand, 3 vols, very nume rous engraving? *1 Phyalologie du Gout .per Brillat-Sevarin; very ft macrons engravings 37 centf jy U FRANCK TAYLOR.