Newspaper of Evening Star, August 3, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of Evening Star dated August 3, 1855 Page 3
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EVENING STAR. ^^(^I^nfraLIJCrENCE. A F?ATtR* of Natcwl History.?Yes U^Xt'ln,th? ?ieinity of the Centre trittii Tu * u ? ^heeP were Pe?we?bly )??gil .h?rmmg nobody, - a lean, **- dog rushed from the sidewalk into the street, and, with a remarkable degreu of fritkiness. bejjan to bark, in sharp tones, at a matronly-looking ewe, which was lingering in the rear. At fir*t, no notice Was taken of hi? intrusion and his noise; but, as if determined to produce an excitement, he rushed into the flock, continuing to bark, meanwhile, as if his YOval petionuances were designed for the amusement of bis unwilling quadruped audi tors. He then skipped to the rear, and re newed bis attack on the aforesaid matronly looking ewe, which now sent forth an earnest and truly emphatio " bah !" All the sheep, upward of a hundred of thorn, this note having been mounded, turned round, not one alter another, but precisely at the samo time, and di rected at the " lean, lank" dog a volley of 41 bah. bahs all looking at him with intense earnestness, aa much as tj say, " You mis chi?TO?s canine, how dare you intrude into tae midst of nn. disturbing our peace ? You black rascal, what hann have wc done that you thus molest us * You ought to be ashamed of yourtelf 4 Bah ' bah !" and those sounds" Sere continued in full and loud chorus, until it dog, aa if really abashed, took to his legs and flew away as fasta* they could carry him. The sheep, having rid themselves of the black, ?? ugly customer. quietly turned round, aa systematically as a company of soldier*, and resumed the 41 even tenor of their way." A Lars* Party or Persons, enough to compose a good-sited village?for it is said there were from five to eight hundred of them? left this city yesterday morning on the excur sion projected by the National Guard, to Piney Point, they having chartered the swift and oomflQpdious mail steamer, the Mount Vernon, for their purpose. According to ?rhs programme, the party wore p ax rue at the point at an early hour, re maining there several hours, and returning to the city at twelve o'clock at night; bat a: one o'clock yesterday afternoon, they were only thirty miles belo^ Alexandria, or one third of the distance only to the Point. Tba poat was, as may be supposed, uncomfortably crowded, and therefore made but slow head way, contrary to her leputation for swiftness. About 150 persons left the boat at Alexandria and the White House, and returned to Wash ington by another mode of conveyance. All Safe!?Tha excursion of the National Guards, which left this city yesterday morn ing, at7i o'clock,returned at 10 minutes before 12 o'clock m. to-day. The steamer Teached Piney Point at 81 o'clock, where the company remained until 20 minutes after 12 o'olockthis morning, and arriving at the time above-men JJoned?no accident of any kind occurring. Tn Theatre?Artists and workmen are busy in fitting up the National Theatre for the fall and winter season?, our play-going i'ellow citiiens will be glad to learn. Lamb, the ac complished scene-painter, has the decorations in cnarge. The lighting of the whole interior is being re-arranged, with a great increase of its volume The drop is to be renewed and the proceniumi much altered, and forty entire scenes (new) are to be added. This last addition will make it better furnished with scenery than any other theatre in the country. The owner appears determined to make it worthy of the Federal Metroi-o'is of the Union. We forgot to mention above that it is to have an entire new and hand some front, in imitation ol' browa ft .re Haifa dogen managers are sail to have inti mated 4 wieh to take the house for the ap proaching session of Congress, though, as yet, we understand, the proprietor has not closed with either of them. Y Exccesion to the White House.?The Montgomery Guards, yesterday, had their an nual excursion to this favorite place, and, not withstanding the unfavorable appearance of the weather, the fast steamer Guorgu Wash ington was filled with ladies ami gentleman from Georgetown and Washington, Fischer's 1 and was in attendance, and discussed their sweetest music. On the arrival of the com pany at the White House they found a large company present, who hud started early in tne morning on the stcuroer Mount Vernon on un excursion to Piney Point, but who bad changed their minds and landed there. Everything passed off harmoniously, and the party en joyed themselves very happily in dancing and other amusements. A number of member* of other military companies were in attendance. Altogether this was one of the most pleasant excursions of the season. The company, on their return, arrived at Washington about ten %. m., all highly pleased and gratified, and without anything nucurring to mar their plea sure. Goods Identified.?We stated on Wednes day that a boy, between seven and eight years of age, offered to ?ell to a son of Captain Lul lay, about the same site a? himself, a piece of calico, for the small sum of rix and a i^uarter cents, and that another soa, four years iho se nior of his brother, the proceed seised the goods, which he carried to his fatner, the latter leaving them at the Star office for reclamation. And yesterday we re corded another similar instance; a bundle > f calico being offered for sale to a lady for twenty-five cents ! The cheapness of the arti cle induced her to suspect that it was stolen, and she therefore placed it in the hands of of ieer Wollard, who left it to be claimed by the owner at the office of Justice Smith. We learned this morning that these pieces of calico have been identified; the one belonging to White A Sons, and the other to James L. White, merchant*. They were evidently stolen frem those gentlemen. Tie Boat Elizabeth was missed yesterday from the place where she is usually kept. In formation was given to the owner. Mr. J Rey nolds, who instantly started ii eearch of her. She was found near Georgetown last night; her sai!s torn, and the boat otherwise injured The sailing party who bad possession of her are known, and the manner of obtaining pos session has also been statwd to tbe owner. Al though this way of obtaining boats L not law fa!, still be does not wish to prosecSt* when the punishment would fall heavily on connexion* ?f tbe parties concerned. Riot?On Monday night one of those dis graceful riots, so common among unlawful jfttherings where liquor ha* the control, came off in the northern part of Tenth street, better known as Negro Hill. One of the pers -ns con cerned was stabbed three times during the fight. Officers Fanning and Stewart have ar retted seven of tbe combatants, who have been bald to bail for ^ further hearing. Ail those arrested are colored persons, and the wounded man we bear is not dangerously injured. Arristeo o> Suspicion?James Gibbs. a Stranger in Washington, was arrested ' last pight by Messrs Bell and Dyer, of tbe aux iliary guard, on suspicion of beiDg the person who entered Mr T. H Havener's house the night previous. Tbe uireuinstauces being in sufficient to justify the commitment for court, be was discharged this morning with a severe lecture, after promising immediate immigra tion froaa this burg NriSANCEi.?We are frequently receiving communications,^ of the filthy con dition of the streets. A correspondent want? to know what has become of the garbage cart*, to take away accumulated slop*, which, for want of means of rumoval, are thrown into the streets ; thus increasing tbe cause* of disea>e. Acting withoit a Precept ?Cas.^y Butler was takes before Justice Clark yesterday for Jtearchiftg the dwelling cf Eliza Clark, and Whipping one of her children, Lossy being unin.e to produce proof of authority tor her conduct, was held to security for pcaee. The OrricEas of the central wards of the city were euforeing the hog law this morning. are informed that they were successful in arresting a number of fine animals, which w?re seat to tbe workbowse to be di*po*ed of *s the law directs. A riout occurred last night in the Fifth Ward between a man well known in that vi ?t?ity and a female. Warrants ware issued "?r e parties, but we have not hsard the re sult. Capb Mat Exccasion?They who desire to enjoy a pleasant and a cheap trip to Cape May, (four dollars the round trip.) will not fiilt?> remember that the exeurtnn will take place to-morrow afternoon, the passenger* starring from tho Washington railroad station in the half-past four o'clock train of cars. They will be con re jed to that popular wateringpU^e from Newoaa'.le, Del., in the swift and double-en C'ne steamer General McDonall. Tho nuai !r of tickets is positively limited to fifty, so far as relates to tnc passengers from this city. We donbt not the participants will hare a good time, and be enabled to return to Washington at six o'clock on Monday morning. The Polic* of the Fifth War J arrested Ann Cahoe and Sa?an Mnttingly yesterday, for being drunk and disorderly. They were sent to the work-house for .10 days, by Justice Bates. Sarah Landrick. threats; security for peace. IdT In the communication addressed to Mayor Towers.yesterday, relative to nuisances, it should have read Twelfth street, between P and G, instead of F and ? streets Thf Circus Company of Rivers and Derious will exhibit to-day and to-morrow in the after noon and night iu Georetown. Watch Rsttrns.?Mary Baker, profanity; discharged. Frank Smith, colored, out after hsur?; workhouse thirty days. Thos. Sham line, vagrant; discharged. Jas. Gibbs, sus picion; do. Jno. Wilson, colored, runaways; jail. Peter Fanning, vagrant; workhouse thirty days. Wm. Gardam, vagrant; dis charged. Henry Lummon, colored, out after hours; workhouse thirty days. John Sulli van, drunk; discharged. Edward Brady, do.; do. ty The undersigned feel compelled to in sert a fjw remarks in answer to a communic.. tion of 44 Public Good," of August 1. ?' Pub. lie Good" seem* to misunderstand our card of July 30. which is as follows: 41 Notice.?We wish the public to know that our design for the Western Market called for a level building, and not set parallel with the hill side upon which it it to stand We hopi, before it is loo late, the Councils will order it otherwise. '?Baldwin ? Nenning, Architect?." Nobody will derive from these wordsthat we object to tho site of the market (hill site) upon which it is to be built, but very much to th* making of all those parts which the plans ami mutual understanding do designate as hori zontal ones. The plans were drawn on a level line, on the special order of the proper author ities; and how to adapt them to the prese .t line is an ea?v matter, not to be discussed in these lines. With regard to 44 Public Good's' rhapsodies on the originating and authorship of the plans we feol not inclinod to enter int .' anv discussion. Baldwin A Nisniso, It* Architects. MARRIED. On theSd Instant, by Rev. P. D. Gurley, D. D Mr. JOHN V. DOUGLASS, of Richmond, Va to Miss GEORGIA M. RAWLINS, of Washing ton. DIED. At St. Louis, Mo , of cholera, on the 17th Julv, Sister MARY SERENA, (Miss Caroline T Noyes,) formerly of this citv. Ayer's Cathartic Pills Pilh that ar, Pills!? Prof. Hates, State Chemist of Ma?M chusetts, says they an- the best of all Pills, and an nexed are the persons who certify that Dr. Haves knows, viz: Lkxukl Shaw, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Mass. r.MORv Washbras, Governor of Mans. W. C. Plckkrtt, Lieut. Gov. Ma?w. Edward Evcret r, Ex-Sec. of State and Sena tor U a. Robert C. Wintirof, Ex-Speaker House of Reps., U. 8. A. Abbott Lawrince, Minister Plenlpo. to Great Britain * t John B. Fitzfatricr, Catholic Bishop of Boston MEN that ah min ! Among the diseases this Pill has cured with as tonishing rapidity, we may mention Costiveness, Bilious Complaints. Rheumatism. Dropsy, Heartburn, Headache arising from afoul Siornach, Nausea, Indigestion, Morbid inaction of the Bowels and pain arising therefrom. Flatu lency, Ix>ss of Appetite, all Ulcerous and Cutane ous Disease, which require an evacuant medicine. Scrofula or King's Evil. They also by purifying the blood and stimulating the system, cure inai " complaints which it would not be supposed they could reach; such as Deafnes*, Partial Blindness. Neuralgia and Nervous Irritability, Derangement of the Liver and Kidneys, Gout, and other kin dred complaints arising from a low state of the 'kxIv or obstructions of its functions. They are the best Purgative Medicine ever discovered." and you will but need to use tbem once to know it. Prepared by DR. J. C. AVER, Lowell, Mat* , and sold by every respectable druggist. Sold by Z. D. GILMAN, Washington, O. M. L1NTHICUM, Georgetown; JAMES COOK h CO., Fredericksburg. je 17?2m JO" Letter from Han. John Minor Botts, ?f Virginia* Richmond, July 9,185.5. Messrs Wm. S. Beers A Co : Gents?Consider ations of dutv to the afflicted alone prompt ine to send you this voluntary testimonial to trie great value of "Carter's Spanish Mixturefor that almost incurable disease. Strofula. Without beingdisposed or deeming it necessary to go into the particulars of the case, I can sav 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 bfst physicians had been exhausted and ail thi* usual remedies had failed, fully justify me 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?but of what I have seen cf the effects. I would not hesitate to use it, in any and every case of Scrofula, with persons for whom I felt an interest, or over whom I could exercise induenre or control. Respectfully, yours, jno. M. Botts. IjjT Premiums at the Fairs?Whitehurst's still in the ascendant.?The Juries of each of the late fairs at Baltimore, Richmond, and New York, awarded their hightest premiums to J. 11. W for their superiority of Photographs, Stereoscopes and Daguereotypes exhibited. Mr. W. also received two medals at the World's Fair, London, and a premium at Crystal Palace, New York Also, the first awards cf the Maryland Institute for three years past. Whitehurst's Gallery in this city is on l'a. ave nne. betweeen Four-and-a-half and Sixth streets, feb 17 ITT" Neah Walker fc Co., Marble Hall Clothing Emporium, under Browns' Hotel, re spec fully announce that their display of Spriue and Summer Clothing is now ready for Inspect!"': comprising an assortmeut of Coats, Vests and Pantaloons of the newest and richest designs in material, trimming and workmanship. To gen tlemen who study excellence w.ih ?oor<omv in fashionable articles of aie?? an opportunity [0? lectin;* is offered from one of the lajs-a*; ail(i mofit attractive stock of goods ever offfertd in this citv at a very reduced vale of prices, ap (7 |p* Gilman, Drn^f 1st, has removed to5?i Seventh street, opposite the Patriotic Bank, and Is now prepared to fill all orders for Medicine Pain-*, Oil and Gla*s on accommodating terms. . .net attention will be paid to physician*s pre. scrlptlons at ad hours of the day and nieht. The uighi bell m oo the right of the store door ap 14 Dr. Haafland's Celebrated German Hitters?^\eak, nervous, depressed in spirits, and a prey to innumerable mental, ts well as phy sical evils. the v ctiui to dyspepsia, t? mdeeil an obj.ict 0/ commiseration Yet It Is absurd for him to despair. We care not how weak low nervous, and irritable he may be. the cordial 'cro-v erclta of HOOFLAND'S GERMAN HITTERS prepared by Dr. C. M Jackson, Philadelphia, are htrenyer than the many-headed monster, which is preying upon his body and inlad; and if he chooses to try them, we will insure a speedy care See advertisement. je 7?3m Mere Evidence.?We have just been in formed by a gentleman from the country with a Luge family that be has had a great many attackv < f Summer Complaint, bu* not in one instance has he failed in making a perfect cure In less than j4 hodrs with BAKEll'S PREMIUM BITTERS He believes also, that $50 would not have paid his doctor's bill without the Bitters He says he never intend* to do without it in his family. Ul3 name will be used if required, but not wishing it pub lished. Price 50 cents per bottle. To be had of CHAS. STOTT A CO., Wash L^\ni?pC kCANBY 4 HATCH, and SETH S. HANCh, Baltimore; and by Druggists every where. eo& ALL STRANGERS visiting the City should see Hunter's Cs'e loirue of the cariosities of the Patent Office. Al so his Description of Powell's Great PicMres. kUNTER is to be seen at WW Tenth street, may 31?3m* H JEWELRY. 8EMKEN, JEWELER, 330 Pennsylvania ? avenue, bi'ween 9th and 10th streets, ta? just received a new supply of richly-chased Fruit and Leaf Jewelry,consisting of Pin and Ear Rings; also, a variety of macmiflcent Mosaic and Caraco Jewplrv, which beoffereat yreatly reduced prices. il7* Diamonds remounted, Jewelry of any de scription made to order. Enameling done. Gold Pen.* repointed, Coat of Arm* and Cresse* engraved on stone and metaJ. JySl?tr FAUQUIER WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS A CARD.?Having seen a communication cir culating in the newspapers throughout the country, to the effect that some malignant disease at this time prevails at the Faequier White Sul phur Springs, and in the vicinity, we think it proper and due to the proprietors of this -watering place to state, that we reside at Warrenton. dis Unt about six miles; that we have practised at these springs for the last sixteen or eignteen ye rs. and within that whole period we do not remem ber that neighborhood to have been more perfectl. healthy and exempt from disease of every kind than at the present time. The report referred to must have originated in a malignant design to injure the proprietors. r JOHN A. CHILLON, M. D. SAMUEL B. FISHER, M D. jy 30?ew LAW PARTNERSHIP. Robert j. walker and louis janjn have formed a co-partnership under the Urm of "Walker A Janin,'' for the management aid argument of cases in the Supreme Court of the U nited States, and before the Court of Claims af Washington City. Address Washington, D. C. may 10?eo3m LAND WARRANTS LOCATED. THE subscribers will locate Land Warrant. either in Ohio, Indiana, Illlnoisor Iowa, arid uid give a correct description of the land located If, upon examination, this description proves in correct, they will themselves take the land, giviu" for it another warrant for the same quantity. Oue of the firm resides in the West, and wiL give the business his personal superintendance MILLER & BROWN, 7th st., opposite Post Office, Washington. jv_13?eo3m THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the sub scriber hath obtained from the Orphan's Court of Washington County, in the District of Columbia, letters of administration on the person al estate of Ann Morgan, late of Washington county, deceased. All persons having claims against the said deceased, are hereby warned to evhiblt the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, on or before the twenty fourth da\ of Julvnext; they may otherwise by law be ex cluded from all benefit of the said estate. (tiven under my hand this 24th dav of July. 1855. NEAL MORGAN, jy 25?law3w Administrator. NATIONAL HOTEL. HAVING leased the National Hotel, and 1n or der to enable it to be made more com- . ? fortable, to alter, improve and re-furnish, it will be closed on the 1st of August, and re rqx-ned for the accommodation oi the public oi the 20th September next. WM. GUY jy 27? ;?t* FANCY HAIR ORNAMENTS. Hsemken, jew el e r , ? No. 33.1 Pa. av bet. 9th and 10th st*., is prepared to make to order any device that mr.\ be suggested such as Flower Bouquets. Bracelets Ureas' Pins, Ear Rings, Chains, Crosses, Rings. Chtirtelains, Ac. Also, Jet Ornaments for sale! LZT Persons may rely upon their own hair be ing used. Jy 31?tr YEW JEWELRY?Just opened a case of ven rich Jewelry, consisting of Diamond. Pearl Opal, and Florentine Mosaic Brooches, Ea-rinj^ a id Bracelets. Also, a beautifi'I collection of the plainer style5 which we otfar much lower than the usnai raies M. W. GALT A liRO. 324 Penn. av. between 9th and Kith streets, jy 31?6t / lEUVRES COMPLETES I>E .MOLEER ) >-* very numerous engravings, 25 Consuelo, bv George Sand, 3 vols, verv nuin rous engravings, si Physiologiedu Gout, par; ve > numerous engravings, 37 cents. Jy IS FRANCTC TAYLO ( SCIII'TTER It KAHLEF:t7 A RTISTS. FRESCO, DECORATIVE, an< . 1 every description of O R N A M E \ T A PAINTING Orders left with Baldwin and Nennlng, Arvr - tacts, < r>rner Penn. avenue and 11th street, will b promptly attended to jy II ? Im* FIRST WARD LIVF.RY AND SALE STA BLES. IN announcing to the public of Washington that I have taken possession, by purchase, of the above Stables, on G street, near 'he War Department, (lately occupied by A. Schwartz,) I wish to inrorin<__ them that it will be entirely conducted by myself and that all orders left upi-h the premises will attended to punctually wth elegant Carriages and ? areful driver.*. The'Riding School will be con ducted by a professional equestrian and perfectly docile horses; having stated hours for latly equn trians, in private or public, as they may prefer. Particular attention will be paid to horses kept at Livery in hi s establishment. Persons reauirin?' oj>eii barouches or family car riage*, can !>e satisfactorily accommodated, well as tho*e desiring riding horses for gentlenn v or ladies. FRIEDERECK LAKEMEYER, jy 21?3 m Anent. f A \rns l)lll ORF.AT RAROAINS IN DRY <;OOI>S. \ order to make room for our extensive fall sup plies we shall commence to-day and contim e until the last day of August, selling off our eniir< stock of Fancy colored plaid, strij>ed and figur il r*:lks. Bareges, Tissues, Lawns, Scarfs, Shaw - and Silk .Mantillas, all at cost for cask, and a'u other Summer Goods at greatly reduced prices, to clo?e them out this season We have also in store very many desirable stap'e articles, viz: Superllue Linen and Cotton Shee1 iug>i, Ti.bie Diapers, Napkins, Toweling, Fire and medium Shirting Linens and Cottons, all i f he best brands, fine urhite Flannels, plaid and plain Cambric, Dotted and plain Swiss Muslin^ A l.\rge lot of Hosiery, Gloves and Embroideries, Ladies and Gentlemen's Gauze Mtrluo Vests, suitable for the present hot weather. r j" Purchasers are cordially invited 13 call an J t-xamine for themselves, as we will offer all arti cles! at less than former prices. COL LEY A SEARS, No. 523 Seventh st., north Pa. avenue, jy 30?eo2\y THE WESTERN ACADEMY, Crntr SeLtnteentU and /streets, Washington. ' SELECT SCHO<?L will be opened on tte first Monday In September, for boys. Number limited to twenty-five. For partic ulars see circulars at the Bookstore, or call at the School Room af'er August 22d. jy 26?eo?w* 9. L. LQOMIS, A M. PUBLIC BAT MS. 8AUNDKRS r?spscinforms tie public >U'. tka ?.aTK HOUSE, No. W s'reet, In the rear of the National Hoie4, wili be kept open for the accommodation or tiio*< who desire io avail themneivtii of its rein;dial agency. For the accommodation of Ladies she has s. i apart Monday and Thursday of each week, be tween the hours of 12 m. and 6 p in , for their ex elusive use. at which tim^-s they will receive the at'-ntion of co npe'ent female attendants^ Single Bath, ? cents-five ',crets fbx ^1. a aatikful tor t^o patrAr."go extended to hej l&if* husbfti^, sl^ respectfully solicits its continuance ail 1??o3t# REMOVAL. IIJ F. BAYLY has removed to the corner of ? T ? 13th street and Pa aveaue, over R. Twee dv's Grocery Store, where n? will be glad to see his friends and customers who want STATION ERY and FANCY ARTICLES AT COST PRICES jy 23?eo4t (Union,IntelligencerANews) LA?iD WARRANTS BOUGHT at the high est rates. Sight drafts remitted to persons at a distan . fending me Warrants, on any city tney may des ignate. !Hto? ks bo'i^ht and soid on commission. HAMILTON G. FANT, Fanker, 432 Pa avenue, Washington, D. C. Jy W?lmeoAWS4t ( IMPORTANT NOTICE. 'HO those of our friends and customers who 1. have so promptly come forward and settled their accounts as rendered to 1st July, we tende: our sincere thanks, and shall be ready at all time* lo serve them ujxjii the best terms, hoping therebx to merit an iacieased continuation of their patron age. To those who have neither settled, nor called tc >ay when thev can, we rts?i>ectfirdv urge the neces sity of their doing so without further notice; a we must insist upon all bills oeing closed in som< manner during tne month of August. COLLEY A SEARS, No. 623 7th *t., 3 doors north Pa. avenue j/23-eof-t JUST RECEIVED AT MHILLINGTON'.I Periodical Depot. Ilarj)er's Magazine for August PuMnan's Magazine do Godey's Ladies' Book do Graham's Magazine do Household W ords do Ilarper's new Stary Qook A>r Aurusc Frank Lesllb's iWetttoi Fashion do Panorama of Life and Literature, for July?a ?ew magazine published by Little, Son A Co; Ballou's Dollar Monthly, for August New York Journal do Yankee Notions do JOE SHILLINGTON'S Odeon Building, cor- st. and Pa. av. jyrto WANTS.

WANTliD?BY A RESPECT A BLF. GIRL, a Station in a private family as Chamber maid. and assist in sewing. No objections to travel. Best of testimony can be given if required by applriim at No <W7 N street north, between 1th and oth streets west, south side, Washington, au 3?lt? 11/*ANTED?A WOMAN TO DO the <w*. f ? in^. washing and ironing of a small family. Satisfactory recommendations required. Appe ar No Massachusetts avenue, near 10th st au 3?It* WANTED?BY A YOUNG MAN AND HIP wife, a situation in a respectable private fim ily. The man is fully competent to drive a car ria^c, and take charee of a pair ?"f hordes, and if required, would assist in theipirden. Thewoman is an ex'-el'ent rook, washer, and ironer. and ran v. ait it table. Satisfactory reference as to charac ter and rompetocv can be given. A line addressed G W. at Mrs Pierre's 562 Pennsv lvania avenue, will meet prompt attention au 3?2t* \\TANTED?A SITUATION AS A COOK yy and do the washing and ironing. Best of references <ilven. Address '-N," at this office. au3?11* \YOUK G WOMAN WANTS A SITUATION Dressmaker; can cut and fit. wishes to live with a private family Call at JAS. CONELV'S Grorerv, ;151 Pa. avenue, next door t6 the carriage builders. au S?2t* WANTED?A TEACHER WELL QUAL ified to act as an assistant In a Select Ciassi cal and Mathematical Academy. P. A. BO WEN, jy 2 V?dtf Georgetown. WANTED?A SMALL, RESPECTABLE, convenient House, in a good neighborhood, either in Georgetown or Washington. The ten ant will l>c punctual and probably permanent, and will take possession in Octo>>er. Also, a respectable middle aged woman as housekeeper and seamstress; services required im mediately. Address "L," at this office, j v 23 ?iawtf WANTED?EVERYBODY TO KNOW that they can get a lot 24 feet front bv 130 feet deep, for'fhe low prireof S75?payable S3 a month wit bout interest. Apply at the Union Land Office 7th street. al>ove Oda Fellows' Hall. ap28?6m JOHN FOX, Sec. BOARDING. BOARDING ?MRS. DUVALL,No.n31 Penn sylvania avenue, opposite Brown's Hotel, has >everal larye and desirable rooms, suitable for families or single gentlemen, which she will rert with board at moderate prices. She can also ac commodate six or eight table boarders. jy JO?tf Board,&c ?mrs. bates, on thes w rorner of Pennsylvania avenue and 9th street i? jrrepared to accommodate gentlemen with room> with or without board. Even- effort will be mide to render those comfortable who may favrr her with their patronage aptt?tf FOR SALE AND RENT. I ^ O It SAI. K?V TWO-STORY FRAMF. House. rontaininz four rooms, in front build ing, and four in the bark, with a jiassa/e and i? offered for sale It is situatsd in a good nfi/hborhood. being half square from the North ern I .ibertie;'Market house. Enquire at this of ?ice. a a 3?3t LXMl RENT?THE NEAT AND CONVE i nient two story Frame House, No. 470 Tnir ? eentli stn-et. west side. I) tween Pennsylvania &v ? r.nd D street. It is suitable for a small f ';n ilv, and is iri e*erv respect a desirable resid^n^'* Pt?-.5::.-si.*>n given immediately. Apply at the Star oilir.e. I nor: RENT?A FINE TWO-STORY brick I House, situated r.v (u street, beween Pen*1* .venw? :m<i C street, adjoining Mr. G?-o Parker's of Mr GEO M ATT1NGLY. Island; or text door t.i the premises. au 1 if i? O It SAL E- IMPROVED AND UNIM * proved F.fal Estate.?JENNINGS PIGOTT A orney at i.-iw arid Ag**nt for Real Estate, ha* -event small Ho-ises ami *.ots. and a number of im.11proved building Lots in different portion* of 1. ?itv, wbich he will sell at moderate prices and in arrommor'a'ing terms. Persons wishing to >ell or buv may do well to give him a call. lie will take charge of Real Estate, attend to '"H-inr, renting, A investigate titles, and at 'end particularly to ronveyancing. Otlice 517 Washington Library on 11th street, between C and D. ' au I? lw IT1 OR SALE-TWO HUNDRED LOTS a Pilce S73 each. Two years' credit, or .Hi per rent, di-ouut for < a-?h. Apply at the Union |. ?ud Ot?.^?. 7th street, Odd Fellows' Hall, jy S??ini I OTS FOR SA LE?TWO Oll THREE pood IJuilding Lots in a rapidly Improving neijuborhood for sale on i?n y< nrrr'dii Apply to J. M. DRURY. jy FV)K RV!NT?1HE THKEE STORY STORE a'id Dwelling, No. rti Bridge street, Oeorge town, so long ocnniind as Emniert's Coafe< titia ery. Apply to AK:> Y, next door. my ?lawtf POR RENT A TWO-STORY RRICK I Dwelling on H street, near 18thstreet, No. 276, ,)lea 3iitly situated, with a tine enclosure and con /enlent outbuildings, furnished cr unfurnished. Apply at the premises. jy 10?W&Stf L%OIi RENT?FOUR NEW AND CONVE a nient Brici Houses, brown mastick fronts, containing j>arlors with marble mantels, dining room, kitchen, servant's room, and Ave chambers ?a< h. and situated on Thirteenth street. Island, near the public {-'rounds,convenient to Pennsylva nia avenue and the Deriartments. Rent very mod erate. Apply at R. H Clarke's otlice. corner of Sixtn stree; a;id Louisiana avenue, or at D. B. Clarire's D:ug Store, Eleventh street, Island, mar 6?wtf r^Olt SALE.?A SMALL FKAME HUUSE i- aiid Lot, No. 50 I^outslaaa avenue, Washing ton. It presents a rare opportunity to a :>;fson v/l hlcg lo ,.UiJte a good investment. / - >'J, ? thiee-story Brick House and Lot, No 57 Hi^h street, f 'eorg?tcwn, Lot 26 feet front be isc Id*; deep; will be sold low a.:d oa a Ion" cre<i!t. Apply at *3 Louisiana avenue. 20- if RENT.?A laacUu^1-, iumlihcd^Hoie I- ip^.. the i uolid l^partir.ent Iz o2 u fc ? i -r' ro a m-.pcasihls tenant the rer^ 'jrtU t-z'mod irate. j he Houi. cOi.:a.:is a i-juti and g&3 ixtortj Enquire ur. thv No. 270 H -tre^t. jy $? nti*> 7\ <]?*. li,:DUi/SD TO SUIT TH'j; TIMES ti'^l,tT 7<iFWlU bfi t** cived fcr the rent of filfn convenient Cottaget at Kendall .y \ i *'? aCre? of Krou^? stable, woini other conveniences attached Puin^sof near the door, and communication 1 w 'Georgetown oy wav of H and Seventh vrt-cU and Peunsylvani* *venue, morning and sf ' r i"'?' lJte usu'-t fare, for the accommodation 4, 511 the Departments. 10 nfcure the advantage of this great reduction aF?'-iKlio* tniutbe made to .i t ui?^tr8|gned, either by letter or at his house at .e..dall Green, after office hours, where the kevs nay be h&d and the houses iuspoctod at any time. Several of these residences will be sold on libe ral terms. VYM. ST1CKNEY, No. 4, Kendall Griea. N. B.?Rents paid qua.terly in advance. ap ft?eotf P O K R 8 N T?A TWO-STORY FRAME l House, with basement, situated on Prospect H111, Georgetown, commanding a beautiful view I the Potomac river. A pply to T. O Dor.noghue near the Catholic Church, of R. H. 'f runnel, No 73 Frederick street, Georgetown, D. C. Jy ? f^??K R KNT?SEVERAL HANDSOME PAR ? tors and Chambers, wt*h Board. Also, Table and Tnu:?lent Board. Inquire a' Mre. SM'TH'S, 2*3 F street. ap 9?tf Ho. 0??7] NEW .SHOP. [No 397 ? |UIF. subscribers have entered Into copartner 1- ship under the lirm of Summers & Sessford at No. Seventh street, Island, near Maryland \vriine. for ihe purpose of manuficiurln'g ^AU ULIi^. URJ DLLS. TRUNKS. HARNESS, an^ even thing in that line of business. Having laid in a ?ood stock of materials, they desire to notif> heir friends and the public generally, that tfrsv ar> teady to serve them with any articles in their lint at M;ort notice, as good and as cheap 3,s any othe: establishment of the kind in this city J A.Mil? H SUMMERS, GEORGE A. 8ESSFORD. jy 33-aw C. WARRINER. WATCHMAKER, So Pa. a-ctiju , bftvetd Qtk and \bik WASHINGTON, D C. Pivoting, Jeweling, a?1 tvary kind of repairs 19 W?tches " jy 17-Sm CHEAP MUSIC. /CONSISTING of Songs. Duets, Marches.QcIck \y steps, Waltzes, Quaarllles, Polkas, fvaxotir ka->, Schottlshes, Gallops, Dance?, GuHar, Piano forte, Vocal and Gems or Sacred Songs', all fron. the most ce'ebrai -d authors, both ancient and modern. The above music will be sold at greatly reduced prices at SHILLING TON 'S Cheap Periodical Dspot, Odeon Building, rorner Pa av. and 4>k r 1 Jyw-tf 8 , * AUCTION SALES. By WALL. BAltNAll? A Co., Auctioneer* OALi: OF A VERY VALUABLE NEGRO Slave.?On SATURDAY. 11th of An gu?d next a* 10 o'clock. we ?ball sell lb front of em Auction room.'*, a verv valuable (.law named Da vid. S?id slave I* twenty-two years old, of verv robust frame, and i? perfectly healthly. Term.* at rale. WALL. BARNARD A Co an 3?d [Intrll] Auctioneers By GREEN A SCOTT, Auctioneers. EXTENSIVE SALE OF CARRIAGES. I i ? narbmakera' and Blacktmitbi' Tesls, f.nroher, Shop FiMarei, Ac.? k Anctlon.? On TUESDAY, the 21st instant, we shall sell commencing at 10 o'clock a. in., at the Ocacfc Factory of Messrs. Iiaslup and Weedln, at th? rorner of yth and C strees, immediately wes' ol the Centre Market, Washington, all the atock in the establishment, vl*: An assortment of Family Carriages. Coaches Buggies. all well finished in the heat style Several unfinished and second-hand Carriage*, Buggies Also, the stock of Lumber, which is well sea soned; such as Spokes, Hub*, Fellows, finished and unfinished Carriage and Buggy Wheels; hickory, ash and cherry in the plank A larse lot of Coarhmakers' Tools, Benches and Vices A large lot of Tools in Blacksmith's shop. Bel lows. Anvils, Paints and Painting Apparatus A large lot of Iron and Springs for Carriages With many other articles which we deem un necessary to enumerate The a"bove mentioned stock will positively b? sold to the highest bidder Terms: Under S5o cash; over S50 a credit ol 2, 4. and 6 months, for notes satisfactorily en dorsed, bearing interest GREEN A SCOTT, au 3?eois Auctioneers. By WALL, BARNARD A CO., Auctioneers niRXITURE AND HOUSEKEEPING ' Effects at Public Auction On SATUR DAY morning, Aurust 4th, at 9 o'clock, in front of our Auction Hooms, we shall sell a large as sortment of Furniture. Ac., the property of a gen tleman leaving the cltv, which will be sold with out reserve, consisting' in part, viz : Mahogany dressing Bureaus, Sideboards Do Tete a-tete Sofa*, lounges Do Wash-tands, SideTabies Do cane and wood seat Chairs Do and maple Bedst<nds Do Pier Taole. Extension Table Wardrobes, Card Tables, Clocks Hair and husk Mattresses. Matting K eat her B?ds. Bol'ters and Pillows Three-ply, Ingrain and other Carpets Glass, Crockery. Ac. With many other articles in the Housekeeping line we de*m unnecessary to enumerate. Also, one ;:ood second-hand Piano '2 cheats black Tea, put up in package* 1 good mlkh Cow 1 moveable top Buggy, in good order. Terms cash WALL, BARNARD A CO., au 3?U Auctioneers. By GREKX & SCOTT, Auctioneers. r>ror.V, ROCKAWAY AND HAItltES*, > Furniture, Groceries and * iyars at Auc ; 'ion.?On SVTURDAY, the 4th instant, we ? shall sell, in front of our store, at 9 o'clock a. tn J a large assortment of Furniture and a large and general assortment of Groceries and Ciya.s At In o'clof k prwi ely we -hall sell a good bug gy a;id Harness and a n??o?l Rockawav GRKEN * SCOTT, au 2?d Auctioneers. By J. C. McGUIRE, Auctioneer. I^XCFLLEKT H'RMTI RE and HOUSE * holii Efi'ricts at Public Auction.?On I'll LSD AY niorning. August 7th. at l?i o'clock. 1 *ball sell, at the residence of a gentleman de clining housekeeping. on the east side of ICt Li >t , three door* south of Pa a.-enue, all his Furniture aud Lifer to, viz : Ro?ewood (Kirlor Melodoon and Stool Ciimsoa velvet covered Sola End par'or Chairs alnut carved Reception Chair*, Whatnot Freach plate Mantel Minor, Chi->a Vases \Iai'ii!e-top rosewood fancy Tables, Ottoman* Ifand-'OiUe Oil Paintings 1 s pe-:ry, brufsels aiul other Carpets ('IWotli, Astral Lamps Wind*>w Curtains, S!::.des. flu^s Hatiojany hairspring Sofa and^ Rocker Da marble top Sideboard ? "an* sea' CHa rs Dining. hieikf-tsf and other Tables Maboj-any I'rcuf.h I*-dsteads. Mattres?es I*o ' dressing Bureau*. Washstand* Hester* aud Pillows. Co interpanes, Blankets oilver-pi r?-d IVa Set, Cnke Basket, Castors French China dinner and t*a Ware Cut-glass Tumblers, Wines. Goblets. Cut'erv Refrigerator, cook'n^ a* d other Stoves Toother with an excellent assortment of Kitch en Requisites and Housekeeping Articles T< rm? : and under ? a<h . over mat, sum a credit of C?, and ; o da\s, for satisfactorily endorsed notes, le*aring interest. ?I-VS. C McGUlRU. a" ?" Auctioneer. By J. C. McGlllRE. Auction?e'r. ^pRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE AND X Beaut.fully sitnnt-d Building Lot o.t Third street west, between Pa. avenue n?d ' stre.-t.? By virtue of a deed in trust, bearln ? late ou the *Xth dav of Febnarr, 1F53. rt~ coided in Liber J. A. S. No. 5S, folios 902, 90 the snbs4 rib;-r will sell at public Rale, o-i WEDNESDAY afternoon, August 1st, ISia, e. 5% o'clock p m.. '?o the premises, Lot No. 11 iu ieser\aiion s a. 11. fronting 25 feci on Third street west, litiw-en Pennsylva-.ia a-.enue and C sti** north, bv 150 feet deep, to a 35 feet alley Phe above property is eligibly situate In a most desirable imrt of the city, rapidly enhancing in value, and otters a rare Ofpoftunity to peraci.? dt siring to build or Invent. i einis cash ; ancl if hot complied with in thn-e days after the sale the property will be rwu?l.i. k, the ri:k and expense of the purchaser, upon oi.e week's notice - ' ' All convev> ;ring tt the expense of pu-efcaser ChARLLS S. WA^LACH^TrlS; JAS. C. UcGUlRE. ty 12?eoAds Auctioneer. '?}^v"riTvhp *a,e *? postponed Untl' ii.\\ afternoon, Aagutt 6ih. at U O'clock -.i tut? place u CIIAS. S WALL4CB, Trustee au 2?d J AS Q, Mcttl/lRK, Auctioneer. By GRFHX A SCOTT. Auctioneer*. SXVi? of valuable land , I?l*t.rlt't at Auction.-I>a THURS ?' 2 ' .i ?toJisell, at 5 o'clock p. na., oil the prendsea, S4?**cn acrt.s and sine jk>W V- -i.'.1 ashington county, in the Dis - ij . ' -;a. about 1)* miles from the K^>i H Bridge, on the Marlboro' and n<?urthe ,.inctl<.n of the Pisrataway R<?id, adj?.?ntnq ti* called Cood Hope The (anil is in > coed state of cultivation, and vefy auscei);i?i'ie of iu. provenieut It has ou it a duelling house, Ac Terms: One-third cash; balance in 6 and 1*2 months, the purchaser to give notes for the de ferred payments, bearing interest lrorn the day cf the sale. A deed given and a deed cf trast taken. UKEfcIN A SCOTT, a J 1?d Auctioneers. By GREEN A SCOTT. Auctioneers. 1MVO TWO-STORY FRAME HOUSES ami Lot nt Auction.?On TUESDAY, the 7th of August, we shall sell, in front of the premi 'c?, at 6 o'clock I'.M , half of Lot 1. in square No 31?. fronting 2S feet 9 inches on Uth street, west, between New Yoik avenue and K street north running back 99 feet 9 inches, with tfce improve ments. which are two trood two-storv Frani" Houses, containing throe rooms each. &c. Each house will be told separate with the lot on whlcl it stands . Teruis : One-third cash ; Ijfdance In s!t. twelve and eighteen 'months, for notes bearing interest from day of sale. A deed given and a deed of trust taken. GREEN A SCOTT, Jy 31?4 Auctioneer* BY J. C McGIfiSE. Auct^oj^ ' rru-.lSTEE S SALE OF VALUABLE I>1 J- pro cd Ilea! EsIa\l Rv virtue of a deed of trust, beariag da?e Ji? ?U*'U day of Mav A b [<A. and duly corded ?'a l.iber J. A S .'No r?, Mic?342, <h3, 244, >*.5. ar.d 2^6, one cf toe land ^cords for as'angton couuty, in the District rv -olumbla, we will sell at public sale. In front ?l heprvmisos, on FRIDAY, theJddav of Au^us. -.4, at i>^ o'tU.vck P. M-, a i ait of iot No. 10, b -^iare hi ihecity of Washington, in sai?< '?"'r'ct, auid beLcg described as follows; 1>^ .?inning on the line of :<oiilh 1) street fc! fe*-t an.1 t ? uc tits from tte southwest corner of said Kpiar? nid runuing thence ?ast ou the line of said stre*-? ij fee' t ? tut* eastern line of ^id lot ; theiice n.r: with said line iUo feet; the'.ioc e^t A3 feet; and 'tien< r* south I0U feet to p4v'c of begiLnin: , ivjtii theimproventenu. Thelot Is inipro\ed wiL i nea: cotia_e '* I'erms of ??wile.1: One third in cash ; the remain ler ia two e^ual payments at six and twelv? months, with interest."to l?e secured by a d?*-d ol ru >t: the terms ol t^ile to be complied with in Uv? la.s from the diiy ot t-ale, asu upon dehtult there in the trustees reserve ihe right to resell the prem u* at the CMt nd risk of the first p?irchaseA All eoor*/?ACing at purchaser's coal. W ki. WARD, i ~ ^ J.. V. DAV is. j Trustee*. _ J. C. McGUiKK, Jy 20 ooTi Auctlonee* CLOCKS: <LOCKS! FF you want a good honest Clock?or ? that wf'u L tuways give you the correct time, di op in at G. K A.N CIS. 40a Seventh street. U? an* Clock* hat fan not be excelled?haucUocte ainl fcfood :tme teepers. He sells low, and every Clot k is war anted. jy2l TELEGRAPHIC H3SWS. I RtrORTlD FOR THK EVKNINeBTiR. Yellow Farar Noktvmc, Aug. 2?Are^rding to the ofieial | up u? noon yeaurdajr the total turn her of rw*? w?a twenty four?deaths kii There are now only eight rasca unJtr treat* tuei?t. No new cnjei oc^ure.l yesterday. 1 be darkest day yot in Portsmouth. Sinoe 5UL*ct Wednesday stvon death* bare oc curred?three At the hospital. The total num ber of cates at (import and Portsmouth hare been nearly one huudred?deaths forty one? traccable to Gosport. The Secretary of the Xary, with the consent of the President, having granted permission tii the Conrci!s of Portsmouth V> use the failed State* naval hospital, the sick hare been re moved thither, where every comfort is ei j >yeu Hud attention dispensed. Steamboa: Coliiaion Philadelphia. Aug 3?The rteaaibo.l M a .tonia, f.Ttnerly of New York, while i\. turning last i.ight from an excursion to ?? rt Penn. a hundred and fifty passe n^"". was run into by the towboat Spy. dama, her bows The former was run ou the flat* ?.o -are her from sinking. There was great u a t a uong the passengers, but all escaped witbmt injury. Powder Mill Explosion Baltimore, August 3?Three of Garecht's powder u.ills, near Wilmington, Delaware, exploded ?.hi< morning about 8 o'clock, killirg .'ix men at.d wounding fire others. Houses iu Wilmington were violently shaken, and much glass broken. Marina D la later. Boston, Aug. 3?The ship Adam? from Xew Orleans, has arrived. She got on the shoals off Nantucket, and had to throw orer bosrd one hundred and fifty bales of cotton. She wa.< in a leaky condition. Si.liug of the Canada. Halifax. Aug. 3?The Ounard Ftemner Canada sailed ttiis morning for Liverpool. Baltimore Markn. Baltimore. Aurnrt 3 ?Wheit, fire cent* Utter; white. Sl.oiaSl 4?5; rod. $1.75t$l Si, ?-.les clovJ heirr. Com dull; whito. 9?j.? ?.?7c.; yellow, Jf4a96o. Flour?Howard and City Mills, $8 50. Bv J C M GUIR", Auctioneer. TRlSrEF'S SALE OF V A LI ABLE 1 H prsved Real Estate Bv v.rtue of a deed In tru??t hearing dsie tbe ?Hh day of Mav k D 15.*:*. and duly recorded In Liber / A S . \o 7? Wlw'tti, :??, 237. and **?. one of the Is^d r^cordi Tor \\ a-binrto . count v. in the District *?f Col- m b:a. w- will sell at public ?'?. in f^nt of th* premises, on FRIDAY, the 3d dav of Au^uet !->3, <> o clock p. u , a pert of l*a<s Xo? liii.nd' II. in Spare No ?*n. In the city of Washington In said District, and being descrit>ed as follow* ? Beyinninq on tbe Mne of actith D street JS6 f-ef *ud three inches from the-..,uthve?t corner erf ?aid -guare. ai.d running Vcenee said street io f?et. tb<*nee n?j<ta lis) feet, therxc we?t sj5 fee-t, and thence south loo fcei to the place beirinmnv with the iinprovemeots. The s jid lot is well improved with a neat Cot. tajre House. I Yrma of sale: One-third 'p cash, and th?^ K inaiuder in two equal payments at sii and <wvlv? months, with interest, la he secured bv a de-d of trust. Toe terms of the sale U> .recomp^iM In live *nd ."CK>n ?'efau.l i,.ereiu ,be I r istees re .serve ?he nchr to renc'l ?5.e, at tbe on; and risk of the first pur v|sry Alleoaveyaucinu a? M*^er's coet V. ?. WARD, ?_ J. Y. DAVI8. C Truatee*. _ J AS. C. McOllKK J?*"-*?-1 Aocti^. Mv J AS. C MeGUIRE. Auctioneer rpRl^TKE^ SALE OF A VAU A3LE u "'t??ted at BalFaCress R*ad.._ By virtue of tw?. deed* of, duly mid- and re vi10"11 'he r"r<vds for Alexandria Vlruluia, and bv Instructions from the rartie-s Interred, thr ril^r wlil ?ell at public 5."?5 *r L". uav.a^wi iu,ts Vov:Z!i i ^ tae avciion ro-un^. a \-aluable tract ?t ?^irOP arrf4- *dj >lniru: Ball s rrro? !f0a<L"..^,d tI*c1t |>oi1lon of the ? Vilebe. f^rm. f?v m?ilvowned b; Oen. J P II ls pr.i^>?| to divide the farm tnU four !o;.. ea, aco.?uwnin^afair proportion of sfr^n and wo.^1 ? ^Tr .,10 ^ Sold Willi tne nphlto . . ,h<* trro> ins crop. One cf the lou cou taininir acre?, has % ^ood sub? farm hmiMe. overseer > dweUuiy, Larn, and otLer out buildin?N on It. , A plat ??f the subdivision mav be s-en at the [ Auction U.i'tijx reru?s> One-fourth cask : the residue !n tw?lve? I and eighteen mouihs. with interest, ?ecured by ? 1 dwS trust on lb? pren ises. J AS. C. McGlMRE, Jy3l?eoAds Auciioneer. | A D.?The suWrlber informs his friena*. -< a. and the public that be is now able lo attend ??> niN U-isiness., He ran be found at his old stalls Centre M.Virkof, ready to wait on them as he always Qas done L"re:ofore The best of on hand. JXO WALKER, jy *.?? if VW tusJer DLLIGHTFUL HXCUESION 11I1K YOUNG CATHOLIC lRU*?D <l 5(? CI LTV. Inform their frlen<*> j m aud the piiblic tLat thev have TT tered the much euk^lsefl Mea.iiC^TKOR^T o'a lk.,r<"/-nn,,al excursion to the U 11. rL HOLSL FA\ , L.ION. on THL KSDA n' , fth or Ai^u-t. fuf 'le benefit of Haid oclety, wh'? di*nie nearly oue hundred poor chil 'i't?e ecTiTij'V.oe assure families and individuals wfc* may Ht\<-r them with their companv. tha* n ? IWUi l>e s: arcd to insute their conifor*. and t>3sure. Webber's cotillion band is employed for the ser vice of fond of the dance Dinner, supper, confectionery, Ac., furnished af m>'ilerate prices by an esperienced caterer. 'i he boat will leave (ieor^etown at TJk o'clock, WathiagtN at 8 o .lock, \aw Yard at and Alexandria at 9 o'clock, A At. The boat will make a second trip from the Washington wharf at 2 o'clock, 1*. M Returning will leave the \Vhil? House at 5 and 10 o'clock P M. Tickets admitting a gentleman and two ladles or children, 81; to be had at the Music Store of J. F. Lllis. Penn. av ,\V A Kennedy's book .s!oi? and J F. Callan'i druw store, Tth street. Wash ington. J. L. Kid well's dri'K store High ?tree!, Georgetown, and fro n members of the csnuulttee and su(iety, and at the boat. Cotmmittti tf Arrayo^fmi R. B Owens, Frank MrNerhanv. Peter McGinni., ^ "liy *' Lewis Newton, Wm Fiahertr, K lhwchcrn Nicholas Callan J . I endal Lain, Thoma* H H rehe, ueorge Sa\*a^e. iiniled States Patent Office. 1 Washington, Julv 3n, 1 | ON the petition of Jim* Ganahx and Jostps S. 11 ill, of cinciunaii. Ohio, praying for tbe extension of a patent granted to tbeiu 00 heUJthda\ of Ueceiiibcr, 1M1, for an improve ment iu "apjantua lor (n.iuldit.g ca.n<tie?'? fnr ?*ven years irum the eviration of ? latent tvhich lakes piai? on the at'th day of ^wce;t^yf It is ordrnd, thai the anld petition be oeard at he Patent O.-fice on Monday, tbe tirb of LJecem *r. l" -i. at is! o'clock, >:i ; and all person* are utified to a^.jM-ar und ^how, If auv thev nave, why sa:d p-tit:ai ought oot to bt ?. anttd ' l*ers?>ns oppo?iir' tbe are required to nle iu ihe Palest i>sl;e their objeot.ons. ?{?? '?t f.?rtfi iu writing, at Ira^t lwealv da ? te-fore ne day of hearing . all testimony filed bv either ,iarty to b?* u>?si ai the liearin ? n?.ist l?e taken and ratismiiud in accordance with the ru!^ cf tLe uf dce, which will be furnish^ on apffiication. The uikiimony in tLe ca* W'.U l?e < lus?d on tn? ? Afth of November; dejwsltions and other }?i<rs relied u;>oii as ii sti.uioiy, n?uai hied Intb?-? *o? >n or before the morning >f that day: Vbeargu ments, li aa\, within ten days tnerea/t^. Ordered, also, that this notice be punished In "he Union, Intelligent er. and Star, \Ya?bin<;tott, o C.: Republican. 1 lain more ; tvenlag Arjjoa, Phlbdelph.a, Pa.; Scientific AmcricanrX. York; ind Loquirer, Cincinnati, QLlo once a week for three sacc?s?lve weeks previous to tks HKh at December next, the day of hrarlne. S T. >HL GERT, A'tVag Commissioner of Pateals P. 8 ?Editors of the above papers will pis?o topy, and send their bills to the Patent OlLce, stAq a paper cosUi&lng this notice. au 1?Iaw3w lyiRL Dl&ll COVER!*, Round and Ob.oa^, * r froir, f. to li? inches, ?"beap, at G FRANCIS'S. Jy* . 4? Seventh .