Newspaper of Evening Star, August 6, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated August 6, 1855 Page 1
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THE EVENING STAR, yiULlSHKD EYEHY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 41 tk4 Star Bmildingt.eornsr of Pentuflvmnim and Eleventh street, By W. D. WALLACH, Will b? ?erred to subscribers by carriers at SIX >ND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agen'?, paper* nerved In packages at 37 end per month. To mall sub*crii>ers the sub scription price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year t*?dr??f?, TV'O DOLLARS tot kit month*, and ONE DOLLAR for three months; for less than three months at the rate of lijl cents a week. 117" SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. JEWEL* Y. HSFMKEN. .TEVrrLV.n, rrsn PennsUvsnl? ? avenue, between l*li and 10f 1> streets. has just received a new supply of richly-chased Fruit and Leaf Jewelry, consist! > ;:cf Pinand Ka'-Rinr*; aho, \ variety ol ma-.-nifl' .*nt Mosaic and Cameo Jewelry, which beoArsal greatly reduced prices. IL/~ Diamonds remount d. Jewelry of anv de scription made to order, Ei.am*-ling done. Gold Pens repointed, Coat of Arm and Cresses engraved ,on stone and metal. jy 31?tr FAUQUIER WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS \CARD?Having seen a communication cir culating in the newspapers throyghout the country, to the effect that some malignant disease at this time prevails at thr Fauquier White Sul phur Springs, and in the vicinitv, we think it proper and due to ?he proprietors of this watering Elace to state, that we reside at Warrenton, dis int about si* miles: that we have practised at these springs for the last sixteen cr eighteen ve rs, and within that whole period we do not remem T*r that neighborhood to have been more perfectly healthy and exei*.*H from disease of every kind than at the present time. The report referred to must have originated in a malignant desi^n'to injure ?*j" proprietors JOHN A C1IILLON, M. D. SAMUEL B. F1SI1ER, M D. jy 30?2w GLEN WOOD t'EM FTERT> Office No. ?9*2 Pa. are., corner 10th str?<*L (OVIR THK 9AVlSO*? HAJTIt.) THIS CEMETERY is laid out on the plan of the celebrated Greenwood, of New York, and nituated on the high ground distant one and a quarter miles north cf tw Capitol?North Capitol Mr*e' leading direct). *o the gateway This Company have seemed a charter froin Con gress, appropriating tbei' ground forevef to burial parpo-rfs. making a fee title to the purchaser, and prohibiting :?51 encroa< h merits from legislation or otherwise, which is of vast Importance to those who wish their dead to repof-e where they have placed them, for it has l.efoirw a custom in ail other cities when the burial ground becomes valu able for other purposes, to selt it. and throw the dead promiscously into one large r>it. and legal measures cannot p'revrnt it, as uo titles are given t*> the ground. N B ?Office open from 10 to 12 o'dock a. m., where Pamphlet* containing the Charter, Bv Laws. at.d a map of the gToui.d. and all other in fbrnu.rion. can l>e obtained All orders left with Mr lames F. Harvey. No 4iUSe.enth street, or an> other undertaker, will be promptl> attended to. je )8?ly THE FAUQUIER WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS 4 RE now open for the reception of Company i*. and in a rar more attractive condition than th*y ever have been. A gross misrepresentation against them-?*i^l 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 shndow of foundation for it. The s;!bs?rii>er trusts that he will not lie made the victim < f ?;ich malignity: aid the respectable journals which have given iurrency ?o tne rumor ty tran<f"rring it to theli columns will disabuse the public mind through the medium. ALEX. BAKER, jy 13?2m tOAL!rOAL! THE undersigned is prepared to deliver COAL of the best qualitv* at SC 50 per ton II C. HARROVFR, 3dsrr-et. doer south of Pa. avenue. N. B?I give 1,210 poards to the ton. jy JJ?1 m ioh5 a. ilvass. wiuux iHoxrfoa. EL VANS ic THOMPSON, bSALSKS IN FAEBWAXE, C0AJK TP.1YXINGS, fte., * o. 3-b Pennsylvania arraae, btiereii Xinih and T< ntk sts, Washington, D. C. HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE. Britannia, German Silver, Albata and Silver Pla ted, Tea, Table and Dessert Spoons Carvers and Forks, Steels Knives with and with out Forks Brass. Britannia. Block Tin and P'.;?ted Candle sticks, ? novel and Tori**, Waffle Irons, Sad Irons Maslin and Bell Metal Kettle*. Furnaces, Grid irons, Ovens, Ac. BUILDING MATERIALS. Knral Cottage, Closet. Cupboard, Chest, Till, Pad and Trunk Locks Santtie. Door, and LL:id Hinges, Screws, Cut and Wrought .Naiis. Bolts Brad's SI. .tier Screws nd S*nbbs, Door Springs, Handrail Screws, Door Knobs Bell Pulls, boor Sheaves and Flail, uc?. CABINET MAKERS' GOODS. Ar Cloth. Curb d II*Ir, >I< j*, Gimps, bofa and Chair Springs Veritian Blind H s ks, it u k Pilleje, Rol3er Ends Brackets. Furniture Nails Glue, Coffin Handles r.nd Screws, Diamond Screw Piates, Ac. CAFPENTEKS' OOODS. Places. Saw, Drawing Knives, Spokesha.ee, Chisels and <??uges. Pl-.ne irons Augerv Braces and Bi'.ts. Boring Machlncrs, Ham mers, Hetchets, D? vels Bevels. Squares, Guages, Axes, Ac. BLACKSMITH ic COACH MAKERS'GOODS. Black and Bright Springs, Aries, Felloes, Shafts, Spokw., Hubs, Bows, Poles Hlolgh R unners. Silvered and Ura.-s Bands, Stum)) Joints, Stump Collars, Top Props Curtain Frames. Lamps, Inside Linings, Lining Silks, Damask. Seaming Cords Tufts, Tassels, Buttons, Tacks. Fringes, Laces, and Plain and Enamelled Canvass Russia Duck, Enamelled l^enther. Dash Leather, Ac. ELVANS A THOMPSON, je 1?6m Pa. avenue. COFFIN WARE ROOM, dec. J WILLIAM PLANT A CO., UNDERTA ? KERS?residence41- Seventh street, between G and H streets. Interment* procured in any ground ?r cemetery Coihns, Caps, Sarouds, Carriages, Hearse, and every article for Interments of the ???t quality furnished at short notice, on the most reasonable terms, and at all hours of the Digiit. Having the exclusive right of Crump's Patent Corpse Preserver, we guarantee to keep the dead for any length of time. jy 11?ly DENTISTRY* RB DONALDSON. Leftist,lateof the firm of ? Hunt A Donaldson, continue* to niavfacture and iusert th"-** b?*aiiTiful Porcelain teeth, w.th or without (Jims, M1 tor .pecimens of which (made an-t deposited by the la'.e arm) was awarded the hrst premium at tre Mechanics' Institute Fair, recently held in this city. These teeth are carved and shaded to suit each particular case, and their re.s?-?nbiance to the natu ral organs is so perfect as to deceive the most prac tised eye. ParUca=ar attention also peld to filling and pre serving the natural teeth. Charges moderate, and all operations warranted Ofllcc soutowest earner of "Jjventhand D streets. Eentrauce on D. mar 21--6in UtMISfKYi R MUNSON respectf'illy calls public atten tion to b:s new, patent ar.d great Ar-j D ly 1MPUO V LD method of setting . tociai Teeih, with Cantimioas Gum, the twv PJ'.UL ECTION OF THE ART. Fkls styie of Teeth ha^ tn ? fo'.!o\*-<ng advantages over all others, *ix GREAT STRENGTH, CLEAN LINESS, COMFORT and BEAUTY, \ie;ng with Nature in these respects, aud in some others eizeLla^. Public Inspection is respectfully solic ited. Please call and set specimens. CAUTION.?No other Dentist in the District of Cal jmbla has a right to r.uike th.8 style of teeth. N. B.?Tee'.h constitutionally Ileal'.hy, plugged and warranted for lifte Oi^t> and house No 'JSh E_ str<>et. Leer the cor ner of Penna. avenue and 14th street. ?p 24?-tf IMPORTANT TO PERSONS BREAKING IV HOI sLkttl'INti. PEPSttNS removing from the city and wishing to dispose of their Furniture and Housekeep ing Utensils. Ac., without the trouble of sending them to public auction, can do so by calling on us at our store. 3i7 Pa. avenue, corner of Srth street, as we are prepared to buy all such goods as may be offered Housekewper* and others will do well by calling en us, as we will pay the nighest cash price* for all such goods WALL, BARNARD A CO. J# 7?2m 31? Pa avenue. ? LL STRANGERS ' ? v??uug the City should ?<??? Hunter's Cata logue of the euriosiiis* of ths Patent Oflio* Al so. fais Description of Powail's Great Pictures. H UNTEK is to b? seeu at itfO Tenth strwt. Icoay jl?Joi* VOL. VI. WASHINGTON, D. WFBER'S BAND. THIS old established and favorite hand fur nish music as usual for Excursions, Sere nade*, Pic Nics, Parti-*, Exhibitions. Ac., Ac. Orders mav he left at Hilbus k Hit*'* Music De oot, or at tne residence of ths leader, four doors east of General H euderson's residence, Navv Yard jv ??}?*2 in KIM HER'S BAND FULLY OKGAMZCV. HAVING now completed all mv a'rangemenU for a first rate BRASS AND COTILLON BAND, I am again at the service of the public to attend Excursion Parties, Exhibitions, Parades, He Nics, Balls and Serenades. All those in fo eor of citizens' band are respectfully invited to en courage our enterprise, here in Washington city. P FISCHER, Leader. P. S?This Band, under mv direction, is regu larly uniformed, and from a practice of over twen ty vears I can give satisfaction to every one. Residence, Pennsylvania avenue, north side, be tween Ninth and Tenth streets, first door west of Iron Hall. Order* left with Messrs. Hilbus it Hltz punctu ally attended to. jy 14?1m# PROSPER I'S CORNET BAND. THIS Band is suitable for any and all purposes, and is warranted to give satisfaction to all those who may be pleaded to engage them, either %s a Brass. Reed, or Cotillon Band. Any number of musicians to be had at the short est notice, by applvlng to FREDERIC PROSPER I, Leader, at Taltavull's Store, opposite the Marine Barracks. N. B ?Orders left at Hilbus A Hitz's Music De pot will be promptly attended to. may 2S?4m A CARD. MRS. E. PHILLIPS. No. 401 Sixth street, between G and H streets, desires to inforni the citizens of Washington and vieinijy, that *ht> Is now prepared to give instructions on th?? PIANO FORTE. She has taught music in ?;ome of the principal cities of the Union and has testimonials showing that she is fully com petent to discharge the duties of her profession to the satisfaction of thoee who mayfavof her with their patronage. Terms : #10 for 24 lessons, at her residence, cr ?12 at the residence of her pupils. je 12?eo3m# FANCY HAIR ORNAMENTS. Hse.mken. .teweleh, ? No. 33t' Pa. av . l?et. 9th and 10th sts., is prepared to make to oraer any device that ma\ be suggested such as Flower Bouquets, Bracelet.-*, Breast I'ins, Ear Rings, Chains. Crosses. Ria^s. Charfelains. Ac. Also, Jet Ornaments for sale. C7~ Persons may rely upon their own hair be ing used. jy 31?tr TO ALL THAT VALUE THST^ SIGHT. TTTISHES to call the attention to all that siifl'e Vi with defective sight, caused by age. sick nes* and particularly from trlasses iniudiciousl selected, to his superior SPECTACLES an'i G LASSES carefully ground by himself to a true Sftierical accuracy, and brilliant transparency, suited precisely and beneficially to the wearer ac cording to the concavity or convexity of the eve Very numerous are the ill effects caused to the precious organ of sight from the commencement of using glasses in not being precisely suited, b\ the use or an Optometer; and the practice of ?nan years. enables him to measure the focal disease ol the eyes, and such glasses that are absolutely re ouired will be furnished with precision mid satis faction. J T acknowledge* the very liberal encourage ment alreadv obtained, and further solicits the pa tronage of those thai have not yet availed them selves of hi* aid Persons that cannot conveniently call, by send ing the glasses in use, and stating how many Inches they can read this print with their specta cles. can be supplied with such that will Improve their sight. Innumerable test'monials to be seen ; ard lefrr ences given to many who have derived the ^rcatcs' ease and comfort from his glasse*. Circulars to be had gratis, at his office. No. 5V. Seventh street, three doors from-Odd Fellows" Hall, up stairs. Norfolk, September?. ISM. Sir?The Spectacle* you made for ine suit vc-*^ well, and seem to have improved my sight mor? than any oth^r I have lately tried. LITT. \V TAZEWELL. I have tried a pair of Spectacles obtained from Mr. Tobias, and find them of great assistance lc my sight, and corresponding with his description of tee focus. I recommend niin as a skillful opti cian HENRY A WISE. Mi. J Tobias : Sir?The pnir of Spectacles yon furnished me yesterday are parti"ularlv sar'sfac lory to me. Trey are very aecioeuly the best 1 possess, and I am the owner of ci;,bt or nine p*ir. carefully selected in different plate? and from op tician recommended to me on account of thc'l? profeesioual standing in England, France and th? United States I have been als) pleased with your iemar!cs and directions on the treatment of the evee. for th purpose of preserving and improv ing the sight. Respectfully, vours. CHAS CALDWELL, Professor of M C., Louisville, Ky. Lynchbcpo, Nov 10, l?s&4. Mr. John Tobias having furnished me wit! Glasses, by which I have been greatly aidvd (nr. vision having suffered greatly from reading at night In my earlier life) it affords rne the hignes' Seasure to say that I consider him a skillful prac >ai optician, and well prepared to aid those who may need his professional services. WM B ROUZIE, Elder of Methodist Conference. WiLJtiJtOTOJi. N C., Jan. 27, IfcM Mr. J. Tobias: Dear Sir?I am happy to say that the Spectacles which I obtained froin you last week are entirely satisfactory. From an inequal ity in the visualran^e of my eyes, I have hereto fore found great difficulty in getting glasses of the proper focal distance. It affords me pleasure to state that, by the aid of your optometer, this diffi culty has been happily obviated so that theglas*es you furnished me are decidedly the best adapted to my eyes of any I have ever yet used. Very respectfully, yours. R. B DRANK, Rector of St. James' Parish. Department of Interior, May 7, lt-55. From natural defects and the unequal range of mv eyes, I have been compelled to use glasses for several years. I have tried different optician without obtaining glasses perfectly hited to m\ eyes. Four months since Mr. Tobias made two pairs especially /or me, which 1 have found to serve me perfectly. Uv the use of his optometer he lr. enabled to adapt Glasses minutely to the eye 1 most cheerfully recommend Mr. Tobias to all having occasion to useglasses, and bear my testi mony as to his skill a* an optician. HENRY E BALDWIN, Assist. Sec'y to sign Land Warrants. Jy 10?tf ' SIMMER RETREAT. BLAKISTONJS PAVILION will be open fo, the reception of visitors on the 5th of July. The proprietor's table will be sup plied with the delicacies abounding in tne? waters adjacent to Biakiston's Island. He hope his endeavors to please will insure him a share of patronage from those seeking health or a little .juiet from city bustle. The Steamers Maryland. Osceola, and Alice C. Price stop regularly at his landing. TIK MS. For one month S3" <?; For one week or more, p?r day 1 00 For a shorter time, per day . t 21 A good band of Cotillon Music is engaged for the season from Washington. GEORGE W. BLAKISTON, JeJi?2m? Proprietor. "Thebican hotel, No. 430 Pa. avenue, between 4# and 6th streets, S. HEFLEBOWER A L. T. LOVETT, f KoraiEToas. jy 5?6m lis weU m BOOT AND SHOE STORE REMOVED. C^EORGE BREMER has removed his well ' known Gentlemen's BOOT AND SHOE Store and Factory from 11th street, between Pa. avenue and E street, to Pa. avenue, afew door* above Wlllards' Hotel He is prepared In his new premises to give satis faction to all. G. B. has by dint of great care In purchasing hl stock, employing none Dut A No. 1 workmen, and bv his capacltylo fit his customers so as to Lave his work sot v??ry easy on the foot, while Lai. way* exhibits the most fashionable sf le. earn-d a reputation In his bushuns second U> that Oi no outer custom-work boot and shoe mak^r In the 1'nton. He solicit* the patronage of all, and Mb terms will b? meet reasonable to all, Jyw-* ONE HUNDRED MOKK OF those superior Magnolia Ham*, ,and proba bly all that will be received this season, they are cured in Maryland according to the old liome ;teiid receipt, the quality of wufch is unsurpassed if equalled, by any other ever introduced here. To be had only at my store. Also, a fresh lot of that peculiarly fine selected and standard Black TVa at 50 cents a pound, which i b:tve introduced. It is sold only by myself and is now extensively known in the Distiict. New corners and others who have not yet used it are re ferred to the leading meml>ers of the Faculty of Washington and Georgetown. Samples furnished gratuitously. Bay Water at 25 cents per bottle, or f'2 75 per dozen. For bathing purposed it is as cheap as common spirits. Mint, Lavender, and Blackberry Cordials, the verv articles for the prevailing epiaemic. Maple Sugar, Fresh Prunes. Ac., with unsur passed varieties of choice family Groceries. Z M P KING, Few steps northeast Jackson Statue. jy ?5?tf FANCY GOODS, TOILET ARTICLES, Ac. WE inviteattention loour large stockof Combs, Brushes, Pomades, Extracts. Cologne, Ray Water, Ac., which we are prepared to offer at greatly reduced prices. Also, constantly on hand a general assortment of Fancy Goods, Fans, Gloves, Hosiery, Ac., to gether with a fashionable sto<k of nnlliuerv, to which additions are constantly being made of tb< newest and most desiraMe stylos. The attention of the ladies Is particularly invited to this depart ment of our business, which is under the charge of Miss Thompson. HUTCHINSON* MUNRO. j v 28?tf 310 Penn ave.. between Uth A 10th sts. SOMETHING TO OLD AND YOUNG. PROFESSOR WOOD'S HAIR RESTORATIVE. THIS preparation, although less than two y?ar> before the public; owing to its wonderful ef facts upon the human hair and scalp, had alread* obtained a celebrity and sale perfectly mi paralleled. It has without tbeordinary applianct used for such purposes, won its way, ai d beei heartily welcomed to most of the cities and towiu in the United States, the Canada*, and the Wesl India Islands. Nor is this result surprising when if is remembered that its popularity is based up* '1 its merits, solely as cslab:i*hed by actual tests That this preparation will actually Restore _;ra\ Hair to its Natural Color, produce a luxuriant growth n|on tue heads of the bald, prevent th hair from falling off. and when used as a tonic ar ticle, produce a continual flow of the natural fluid aud thus rend r the hair soft, glassy and wav . destroy diseases of the scalp, and expel dandruff the certificates of dis'iugutshed gentlemen r.nd htdies in every part of the country who have tri?-d it, and therefore speak what ihey knew, most ful ly a'test. That by a proper use of this Restorative the hair can be mad*- to attain and retain its natu ial coli>r lo almost any aje alotted to humanity, by removing the cause of disease from the scalp r.o matter how long standing - the concurrent tes timonials of the press and the certificates of nu merous respectable individuals of both sexes, to the use of tnis curative, as well as of the recom meiidatlons of editors and certificates before alia ded to, can be had of all agents liRooKFiELD, Mass., Jan 15.1955. Pkof. Wood?Dear Sir?Having made trial of your Hair Restorative, it gives ine pleasure to sa.;, chat its effect has b-eu excellent in removing in flammation, dandruff, and a constant tendency to itching, wi'b which 1 have been troubled froi.i childhood, and has also restored my hair, wht< b was becoming gray, to its original color I have n-ed no other artVl-, with anything like the samv pleasure and profit. Yours, trmy , J K. BRAGG, Pastor of Orthodox Church BrookfleJd. Cablvlk. Hi., June2',, le53. 1 have used Prof O J. Wood's Hair Westora ?ive, and have admired its wonderful effect. My nair was becoming, as I thought, prematurely ?nay; but bv the use of his ''Restorative' ii br." 'esuined its original color, and 1 have no doub!. permanently so. SIDN11Y BR HI.Si-', Ex-Senator Ui.ited States. Pxo?. Wood :?Dear Sir?My hair commenced falling off some tl-ree or four years since, and con tinued to do so -mtil 1 became quite bald I tiled nil the popidar remedies of the day, but to no ef fect, at last I was Induced to use your celebrated Hair P.estoratlve, and am very ht-.ppy t;> say it i* doing wonders I have now a tine gjov;tb o( young hair, and cheerfully recommend its use tc all sin.llar!y aillic'ed AC WILLIAMSON, 133 Second street. Address O J WOOD A CO , Proprietors, 3!6 Broadwey. Nsw York, and 114 Market street. St Louis, Mo C. STOTT A CO , wholesale and retail Agent. Washington. T. W. DYOTT A SONS, General Whole?ale Agent. Philadelphia, I'a. ?" I ?*>' dr. i?. u. Wnumr s JNTAlLiy<i i4;>CR0F JLOt'S ANTIDOTE,' Far tk? r?r:iVUitnt Cure of COySUMFTlOPi and all otktr forms o/SCROFULOLZ> DiSFASES. THIS Medicine is prepared by an eminent phy sician of eighteen years pra ctice in New \ ort city, during which time he fas constantly used ii with the m >st unbounded success, a; d created foi it a reputa'ion in private practi:e, in equalled ii he history of lmdfciue. It acts immediately upor. Hie blood, clean tint, it Irom all scrofulous n anion or impurities, renovating and, by its magic i?ow era, IN' VIGOR ATE TliE WHOLE SYSTEM in proof of which, hundreds of respectable wtt nesses from the doctor's private practice have ?iv ?n in their testimony, and entreat.those suffering from any scrofulous affection, to call upon tlum mti satisfy them&elves. A Treatise on Scrofulous Diseases can be had gratis at PRINCIPAL DEPOT, 409 Broad wry, ind at Drug Stores generally CHARLES STOTT A CO., Agents for Washington DR. L. B. WRIGHT'S TASTELESS "LIQUID CATHARTIC," OH, FAMILY PHYSIC. THIS Is the BEST, CHEAPEST, and MOST EFFICIENT CATHARTIC EVER OF FERED TO THE PL'BLIC. It is TASTELESS, (thereby avoiding the nau seating effect of Pills, Oil, Senna, Ac ,) and pro ducing no griping or other painful effects. Unlik< ill other purgatives, it searches to the bottom of the disease, thoroughly cleanses the stomach, and leives the bowels entirely free from costiveness NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT. Children drink It readily and without forcing, and NO MEDICINE IS MORE HIGHLY RE COMMENDED by the MEDICAL FACULTY. Give it a trial aud theu judge for yourselves. It can be had wholesale and retail at E. H. ST A BLEK A CO.'S, Baltimore, or CHAS. STOTT A CO., W ashington, D C. DR. WRIGHT'S PRINCIPAL DF.POT, ">> Broadway, where the doctor can be consult.id daily on diseases generally, from 12 to 2 p. m., without charge. je 13?C::i CARRIAGES. pr-ss Wagon. Those desirous of purchasing aiu of the above described articles cheap will do well to call on the subscriber immediately, as 1 am de termined to sell low for cash, or oa accommodat ing terms. All work warranted. Repairing done at the shortest notice and In the most approved manner. S. FLV N N, No. oOol) st., bet 12th and 13th, Jy 9?lm opposite the Klrkwood House. FRENCH DRAWING PENCIL* from the several manufactories of Bausch. Hardmuth, Walter and Contee, imported direct fiom the ma kers in l'aii>, by FKA.NCK TA\LOR. JyJ5 Ho: FOR THE SPRINGS'.?Persons who contemplate a journey to the springs, sea-side, mountains, or the country, should not neglect to caU at 3o6 Pa. avenue and get their stock of hair, iooth, nail, bathing and clothes Brushes. Dress ing, side, puff, ne-k. tine and pocket Combs, line Pomatum, Hair Oil, Bay Water, Cologne. Ex tract* for the Handkerchief, Soap, Toilet Bo^es and Powder, traveling, pic nic, work, and cr.rd

Baskets, Ac., at the Piano, Music, Stationery and Variety Store of JNO. F ELLIS, 306 Pa. avenue, betw. 9th and lt'ih sts. jy is?tf iVEW WALTZ?Just published by the sub 1N scribers, the ,kMultlflora Walt*," composed and dedicated to Miss Sallle Drlsch, of Leesburg, Va., by Prof. J. A. Young. H1LBU6 & HITZ Jy 21 Music Depot. DENTISTRY. Dr. V. SHINN, Graduate of the Philadelphia College of Dental Surgery , respect- \ fi;llv Informs the resident* of Geor^e-Mfc ii.w'n and It* vicinity that he has loca^-tCCiJ ted nimelf amongst thsm for the pur pone ol pf jc tl?;ng his profession. ^ Offlcs IM Washington St., above Bridge street, e#Wg?9WB, D, C, J* EXCURSIONS, &c. DELTGRI17JL EXCURSION TIIK YOUNG CATHOLIC FRIEND'S SO CI ETY, inform their friend* _ _ ^ and the public, that thev have "hir u" TP tered the nmrh e^Jogised stumer GEORGE u ASH I \GTON f<>r lhe!pannual excursion tothe WHITE IIOUSEPAVlLION.onTUURSDAY, 9?h of August, for the benefit of said ?oclety, who clothe and school nearly one hundred poor chil dren. The committer assure families and individual* who may favor them with their company, that no pains will he spared to insure their comfort and pleant;re. Webber's cotillion band is employed for the ser vice of those fond of the dance Dinner, supper, confectionery, Ac., furnishedat moderate prices by an experienced caterer. The boat will leave Georgetown at 7 fc' o'clock. Washington at 8 o'clock, Navy Yard at 8^, and Alexandria at 9 o'clock. A. At. The boat will mike a second trip from the Washington wharf at 2 o'clock, P. M. Returning will leave the White House at ;> and 10 o:clock I' M. Tickets admitting a gentleman and two ladle*, or children, 81; to be had at the Music Store of J. F. Ellis, Penn av , W A. Kennedy's book store, and J F. Callnu's drug store, 7th street. Wash ington. J. L. Kidwell's drug store High street, Georgetown, and from members of the committee aiid society, and at the boat. Committee of Arrangement*. R. H Owens, Frank McNerhany, Peter McGinnis, Neill Kelly, '.??wis Newton, Wm Flaherty, lt.Eichcrn, Nicholas Callan. J. Kendal Cain, Thomas H. Burehe, George Savaae. an 1? W8M4W OR AND CIVIC L MILITARY EXCURSION or THE German Yagers, TO THE WHITF HOUSE PAVILION, On .'1U.M>AV, August 1'*, iSjo. 'gl'IE YAGERS respectfully announce to their A friends, civic and military, and _ ? the public generally that their next Kxcuision will take place on MO N D A Y, August 13th. The well known Steamer Gcorsre Washington has been chartered for the occasion, and will make iwu trips both ways, leaving the Steaml>ca? wharf in the morning at H o'clock, and I o'clock p. m. In th?* evening the l>oat will leave the Pavilion at 7 itii.l lu o'clock, touching each trip at Alexandria go ii<r and coming. Weber's superior Band has been engaged for th" occasion. TkkelsONE DOLLAR?admitting a gentle man and ladies ; to be had of the Committee or at !he boat. Refreshments to be obtained on board of the hoat ard at the White House, at city prices. Ord S^t Ruppell, Sgt Schmaii, Corp Wahl, J Angerman, Peter Schweizer. au 3?Gt FISfeT GRAND 80IRES AND PIC NIC OF T3g BOONE CLUB, ON Tl'ESUAY, AUGUST 7, 1S33, A T SPR f .YG GA hi DENS, (Formerly occupied by A. Favier, situated on M street, between Seventeenth and Eighteenth.) BOON CLUB take preat rileasure inan -J nouncing to their friends and the nubile gen erally that they intend giving their first Grand Soiree and Pic Nic at the .ibove named place, ccsnn.cnt^psr ^*.4 c'rloct p. m. 'icing d?<irous of rendering this Pic Nic one of unalloyed pleasure to our friends aisd patrons the number of tickets will be limited, and the Com mittee have determined on no account to permit any improper persons on the Ground The price of tickets have been fixed at the low price or 50 tenia, admitting a gentleman and la d'.CS. Committee of Arrangements. F T Wilson, Th"s Dewdney, R L Mas ten jy W?d J I ST RECEIVED PER SC HOONER Fairfax, from New York? If 0 barrels brown Sugar H) do powdered, hard and soft crushed Sugar 200 do Connecticut river Herrings, bright ^^and handsome 45 boxes scald? d Herrings 35 barrels Meckerel, No. 3 125 packages fresh Tea 75 :>oxef ground Coffee ClK? s;.cks tine and G. A Salt c<> >K?xes fresh ^alad Oil yo boxes {'hee*<e UK) boxes dark S??ap 125 dozen brooms (>u doren Cords and Lines l(io yross Matches 4tidoz?.i Buckets 2CM) pounds Foft shell Almonds lrtJO pounds Cream Nuts LJ> Oushels Ground Nuts 3 quarter casks old AlarMl Br?ndy 2 do Port Wine, pure juice Id bj>rre's old Family Whiskey 75 boxes Tobacco For sale by MURRAY A SEMMES. au 1- -ytAeofit LAND \S ARRANTS BOUGHT at the high est rates. Sight drafts remitted to persons nt a distance sending me Warrants, on any city they may des ignate. Stocks bought and sold on commission. HAMILTON G FANT, Banker, 132 Pa avenue, Washington, D. C. jy 18?ImeoAWSU (Intel) LAND WARRANTS LOCATED. M1K subscribers will locate Land Warrants ? either in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois or Iowa, and and give a correct description of the land located. If. upon examination, this description proves in correct, they will themselves take the land, giviug for it another warrant for the same quantity. One of the firm resides in the \Vest, and will give the business his personal superintendance. MILLER A BROWN, ?th st., opposite Post Office, Washington. jy 13?eo3m LAST CHANCE. F there is in Washington. Georgetown or neigh borhood a person who lntenos to purchase a Carpet this fall now is their time to Day it at a price certainly less than the same quality can be purchased six* weeks hence. We are willing for a few weeks longer to sell elegant best quality Imperial Velvet Carpetings at SI 50, and best 3-cord Tapestry Brussels at 1.12^; will Ije worth 82 and SI-62)$ in the fall. Also, Ingrain, Three-ply and Venitlan In pro portion. The prices at which we are now offering Car petings are less than the same goods would bring at auction in New \ ork to-day. Terms for the Goods, cash on delivery. J ust received and on sale Linen Sheets, rich and superior Floor Oilcloth, also 10 dozen low-priced; all in new and beautiful designs, and very cheap. Also, in store an elegant stock Linen Sheetings, Pillow Linens, l'able Damasks, In cloths, nap kins and pieces Splendid assortment bathing and toilet Towels, botn rough and soft Marseilles tjuilts, both colored and white, Al lendale do, for summer use. Also, Dimities in great variety. And all other Furniture Dry Goods necessary for th* comfort and convenience of housekeeping, at very low prices. CLAGETT, DODSON A CO. Jy 30?d2w THE WESTERN ACADEMY, Crner Seventeenth and I ftreets, Washington. A SELECT SCHOOL will be opened on the first Mouday in September, for Doys. N umber limited to twenty-five. For particulars see circulars at the Bookstore, or call at the School Room after August 22d. jy 26?eofiw# S. L. LOOMIS, A. M. JORDAN'S WHITE SULPHUR. SPRINGS I^RKDFRICK COUNTY, VA ? Opened on the 15th of June. From Baltimore, Wash ington or Cumberland in earlv morning trains to Harper's Ferry, thence "by Winchester*-! Railroad to Stepnenson's depot; from depot ljf miles in coaches to Springs in time to dine same day. Rice's cotillon hand engaged. Sulphur baths. Medicinal effects of water well known. E. C. A R. M. JORDAN A BRO. Jy 8?eoflw ? ' GENTLEMEN'S UNDERGARMLNTS. WE have a large and fine assortment of Silk, Gauze. Merino and Cotton Undershirts, lin en m.d cotton Drawers, V\ kite and colored Snirts, Hosiery, Ac., which we are now offering at very low prices. WALL A STEPHENS, 323 Pa. ave., next door to Iron Hall. Jy 11?tf (News] LAND WARRANTS. LA.ni> Warrants wanted at the hhfh?*t rata* try KELLER A McKENNEY, 15th stmt, opposite the Trswury. Jyt-lmt i T I EVENING STAR. MABBIAGE IK RUSSIA. The Summer Garden of St Petersburg po<. sesscs another attraction, which it shares witk no other that I am aware of, nave with the ' garden of the Tuillerie* at Paris Like th? chestnut shaded avenues of the Tuilleries. thii ) garden is tbe afternoon resort of crowds of th? most charming children, who repair thither, escorted by their mothers and nurses, to peo ple the solitary walks, and make the shruhbe i ric* refund with their innocent mirth. I Fifteen or sixteen vcais later, these chil | dren re-appear upon the same scene, but thi tiiuc with less artless attentions, and to piny a more perilous game. On* Whitsuntide aftor Doon are there to bo seen, ranged in long rows, dresed in their best, and often bedecked with costly jewels, the daughters of the middle elass of Petersburgcrs. Matrimony is the ob ject of this display. It is a show of brides. Young bachelors, disposed to marry, now w*ik up and down the lino of damsels, criti j cully inspecting them as they j>a?s. Should . their eyes indicate that they have made a I choice, a inatch-uiakiug friend of the young ' lady's steps out of the rear rank, joins the would-be wooer, and takes a struil with hiui through the garden, informing him of the | girl's circum.-tances, of her family, dowry, housewifery qualities, etc., and obtaining from him similar information concerning him*elf. Should they so far come to as understanding that the consent of the lady and her parent* alone remain to be obtained, tbe match-maker conducts her candidate to the mother, who in troduces him to her daughter, invites him to her house, and a wedding is,tbe most usual result of the acquaintance thus singularly commenced. Odd as it may seem, expsrienot daily pfoves that these marriages, originating entirely in the pleasing impressions and tym pathy awakened by a first giance. are, for the ?noft part, productive of much happiness. This is certainly attributable, in a great mea sure, to the lact that a Russian of the nrdile class expects very little fr m his wife; aud the richer he is, ihc hss he expects. About the qualities and accomplishment. which a German of tie same class takes int com-id? ration when selecting a wife, suei. us education, economy and the like, the Kusti an troubles not uis he?d. A rich Rus sian of tho middle class, requires nothing irom his wife hut that she should be handsome, dressed with taste, apj?ear elegantly attired the first thirg in the inon.iug, and sit all day long upon the sofa doing nothing, or, at most, reading a novel or knitting a purse. 11c detects to see his wife busied with domestic matters. The6e aro occupations for servants. HLd should the mistress of the house make theiu hers, she would lower herself Lot only in her husband's eyes, but in thor-e of all around her. To sit in state and receive company is the Rissi.m ledy's sole business. Under "this state of things, the education ot children i.* of course much less attended to taan were desirable. The bays, however, reg ularly attend the schools, or are sent to b<>ard at education*! institutions; and as to th girl", that w!ich ia required ficai tlr m as women, 13, as Wv have already >cel?, so^jfV little, that how small soever the ca"- Hes^wW^I upon their bringing up, it nevertheless is found suffi cient. but Icertiimy do not rdvis<- any Oer man to seek a wile at St. Petersburg Whit:ua tide festival Wedding present* r. re not customary in Rus sia. On the other hai d. there is a lon^ stand ing patri <rchal custom, which has been pie served with s mv variations to the j .esc.it d;:y. I one m rniii^ met an acquaintance, who hur ried I y mo with unusual precipitation. " Whither away in such baste . ' I asked. li 1 have no time to -pare.'' was the reply. ''I ha\e bread and salt to buy.'' " Bread and salt! Have you not both at home ?" '? I will tell you another time At our next meeting I received f?n explana tion. From tirn^ immemorial there has ex isted nmorg the Ru-sian* a custom that a per ron changing his house should receive from each one of his acquaintances a loaf and aonie salt. Tbe meaning of the usage m ty possibly be the kindly wish. May y-.u never in your new dwelling be in want at least of these two things. As the people becnnJT' more polished and refined, they brought the salt in a little barrel, aud the bread on a pKte or in a bis ket. Later still when civilization led to lux ury. these unadorned roccptacles were ex changed for co.-tly ones. The .-imple gift of bread and salt was presented in boxes and baskets of silver and gold And at the pre sent day the bread and "ait are wholly omit ted, and the busket stands for the contents To avoid monotony, the salt box is replaced by a costly vase, tLo bread basket by a I vice of plate or some other rich present. There is no cbangc, however, in the formula of pre sentation As though to excuse, by verba# humility, the exaggeration and extravagance of the gift, the donor never fails t<. beg kindly acccptance of ?' bread and salt."?Jerawnn. Fev vi e DroRiDATtos ?During the fire on Thursday night the observer of human nature hal an opportunity to see what degradati n many youug females are brought through ini prop r association* and evil temptations which are set before them. There were six sinks of iniquity on Watch-house Court, two of whi~b were on fire, containing some thirty or forty to males, tho majority of whom were of tender years, though utterly destitute of modesty or shume. Among them are many whose future was doubtless the solitude of devoted mothers, and whose womanhood was looked forward to as a time when the aged parent could lean with confidence for affection and kindly attentions. It will scarcely be accredited that children of not more than fourteen years are by the prom ises of pleasure and dress induced to forsake their homes of comfort for these resorts of in famy . yet such is the fact. Tbe House of Refuse should be opened to them, and the severest J>enalty of the law visited upon those who are ;nown to be guilty of inveighling mere chil dren to their dera of pollution. A Magdalen society similar to that in successful operation in Philadelphia, where they could approu h with confidence, knowing that their intentions would not be spurned with indignation, would do much to wiu some of them ba ;k from shame, and if only one could be reclaimed by the ef fort, it would repay all tie trouble in the heartfelt satisfaction which follows an act of christian chaiity.?Baltimore American. A singular trial has just termir.ated in the Oneida Circuit Court of New York It is that of Emily C. Day vs. Volkert W. Ruth and Nelson Roth. By the testimony adduced, it appears that Volkert Roth wooed and won the heart of Mi.-s Day, in England, whieh is her home, and tormcd an engagement of mar riage with her. She had about ?2.500 :n money, which Volkert persuaded her Co en trust to his keeping, in order that he migKt c. me to America and establish himself suffi ciently to enable him to return and marry her, he engaging to pay interest on the sum regu larly. For a time he fulfilled this latter sim ulation, but finally endeavored to get rid of the marriage, and the obligation to pay the money, by representing to Miss Day that he had failed in business. He had also maua^ta to mix up his brother with the affairs so much, that it was a question which had the property. Miss Day getting alarmed for her little fortui e, camo to the United State? to hunt her famil ies* swain. She found him at Utica, New York. wh?re he had bought, with his broth- r, the Museum, aad was carrying it en a* a place of amusement. She sued them both, aLd claimed the Museum in pait p lymect of the money due her. After a te licus and rro tia.-ted trial, the jury bin* lendored a vertiiei ioijtue plaiauff of heiiuc the lull value of the Museum, we presume The money taken from Miss Day eonstituted a^l the prop erty ah# bad in Uw worM. inWrwt hai THE WEEKLY STAR. Thta mmumt Fuhit m? mmk j< talnlng a1 in to Itand la ?y morning. *L_ ?tagle copy, par iuib , TO CLVM. Flwroptaa 91 Ten rop(? fell Twwty eoptea U <M HT" Caa?, IBVXBtaatT m AlVilCI. !LT Single ranlaa (In vnpfim) ran he prornrW at the ooautlrr, laaiedlately after tto iseue of tl< peper Prke?Thbii Cbktb. PotTViiTiit wtoaet aaageatawm toallowrt a commiaaloa of tw?ty par ocnt. buen mipifeited in th?> ca?* thnKi^hoqt. an 1 the verdict of the press it emphatically in h*i favor. Singular Affur?A Female in Eiagrise A oorrespondendent of the Stratford (C. W | Beacon, writing f m St. Mary's, sends th? following: A rather curirus affair, attended with som? curious circumstance*, ha* lately transpired at ?t Mary s. It seems that for mora than ? week put a number of st ranger? were observed lounging about the place without any visible inject in view. On the ISth of July suspicions ^ere aroused that these parties were no bet ter than they should be. and the vender* of le gal equity and justice caused the arrest o( three of the unknown worthies who had favored our town with a viait. and upon an examina tion of said parties before a Magistrate'a Coutt, to the astonishment of all. the hnndaome^t on? ?f the prisoners was a young lady about 17 years of age, dressed in male attire, traveling under the special protection of and cohabiting with a certain individual who gave his natna a* J. P I>opp. a jail-bird of blackleg notorie ty, and who was a na'ural genius for elu ding and escaping from jusioe, in the United States as well as in Canada, and with whom ?he had lodged at the St. Mary 's Hotel, eaten with the boarder's, played at bagatelle in a neighboring saloon, Ac., and all without her sex b<?ing onco suspected The other party arrested depose I that he was a Mr HVdlyband. formerly a resident of Ingersoll, C W., and whose clothes the lady wss then wearing. But now for the justice of the law After tne young lady, admitting her sex. disguised in the bifurcated apparel of the " lords of creation." and traveling illegally with a notorious villain, our kind-hearted. be nevolent. and justice-dealing magistrate*, in eonsideratior of her "youth ard innocence." juietlv paid her passage out of the e unty fundaand sent her to her parents, after appa rel suitable to her sex had been furniahe I her by one of the 44 fraternity," who had not been arrested. But after riding a few miles her feelings ?f delicacy prompted her to leave the gentleman who ban her in cbarce. so ?he si rang fr^m the conveyance and eacaped into the w*ods. Mr. II dly hand and the notorious J P. IV>pp, whoae yillauies are well known in almost <-very village in tlrs part of Canada West, were bound over for their good behavior for a year and act it liberty The prisoners had acareely re clined their liberty?procured in eonsequenoe ">f the morbid sympathy of some of r?ur tender hearted townsmen, who were silly enough to go tbair bail?when some new discoveries w? ro made, new suspicions were aroused, and J. P. D was agnin placed under arrest. (Holly!.a-.d and others having sloped.) in consequence of the lady having coufeased that her eotnpan ?<ms were tkierei ard robbers, and sh?? had been persuaded to join them ac an accomplice. Popp *-as itrmediately convicted and on Fun tay right he was r-tirted for Stratford jail, pinioned and in charge of two or three of our beet constable* armed with revolvers, but when in sight of Stratf rd. taking a not: u tl.at be hal traveled at the expense of th?? <*neer linr enough, h* either o\en? ?wered or fri; ?h'rr."'! the MiiCible-. and ejee ed hi< escape, an 1 ha* not been heard of ainee. although it is well known that one of the gang left here next morn, ing wuh the intention of meeting L).>pp a* .-r near Straford On the same night one uf the '4 brethren" was taken fr>tn his bed?and he *?" about to suflVrone of the extreme penal ties of mob law (tar and feather*) when - ?me of our law and order loving citiiens interfered and persuaded the mob, among whom were some of the constables, to wait till morning, and deal justice legally to the unknown Gran ger. but be very (shortly left on suspicion, leav ing his board hill unpaid, and none of the gang ha\ c been heard of since The Mosquito Term has commenced and a long one it will be; longer than either of the Heated Terms; of them all put together. Lloou was drawn on the night of the in this city. Our corT"sponuejts will, doubtless, communicate to us of a sanguinary battle in the Crimea at the same time?a remarkable coincidence; and perhaps, also, a fall of lour feet in the surface of Lake Erie. We are watching one of these imps on the forefinger of our left hand. The rogue must soon be at blood heat?we ean see it with a g?d glaas rushing into him. and rising one degree in five seconds by the chronometer. Now it is up to his eyes?wonder the vilhan i* not drowned. We are happy to Inform the public that there is a geutliman in Brooklyn, whoee fame is in all the papers, taking a censu- of the mosquitoes of 1856, and preparing tables to show tneir number, compared with the r^eorda of the previous lustrums of 1H35, '40. '45 and 50. At the la-o jicriod they amounted to 6, rti?4.321. 9*7. whi :h it is supposed they have never yet exceeded, eioept, perhaps, in the cholera season. A good progress has been made in the present enumeration, as the gen tleman's nece*aary attention to earthquake* and the weath t will allow ; and the puMii will be glad, or sorry, perhaps to learu tuat he has already twonty-four billion* on his list, where we pray he may keep them ?AVifi'4 Ativerttstr. Another Outrage.?Again are wo called upon to record one of the most cold-blooded and diabolieal outrages that ever disgraced the city of Louisville. Tne particulars are briefly these: We were quietly seated yesterday about noon, engaged in our lawful aud arduous pur suits, the thermometer etanding at ninety, ard the devil standing at our elbow waiting for copy, when a friend in human Bhape walked up behind us, and befora we were aware ofh;a dastardly intentions, and when we were tola If unprepared for hi* stealthy movements, pro pounded to us the following question: * Unon what class of our flitia >ns will tfca prohibitory law rest the hardest*" We suggested editor*. "No.'' 'Miuisterd?" '?Try again." "Well, a coffee-houae keeper.?* ' Wrong again." We gave it ?H ell. then, the prohibitory law will o{>erat? hardest upon the lovers of Hebrew mai iona " Wecou'd not see the point. - Because they will be deprived of the pleaa ure of sipping the ne**tar of Jaw-lips " We plugged the inkstand after him, but unfortunately it mi**ed Our handsome lo?alv armed with a brick in hia bat, followed bun through the mazes of a large body of market women, but the creature escaped, lie baa a beautiful and accomplished wife, and highly respectable connection* in this city, and out of regard for their 'phelinx,' ?d withhold hia name. He is still at large, and we wiM treat the man, woman, or child to peacuta wio w<ll bring him to justice, or place niui in s<'tne fix where we ean <et .t him ?fy ?? -'IU Ttmta The Great ?*k?*km or tiivbreaks ?? gave a brief account, a .aw days siuoe. of the appearance of agr*.at 44 sea aerpeut had bean seen by a tithing P^-^,,n Lake, in Western New York. The Albany Journal of Friday last gives further particu lar of this monster, which haaaine. oeen seen by reverr.1 pt isoi s. aoth-t that there now s-ma no doubt of hi. axi*tence. As eorroboraUva evidence it is stated that the Indians who live Rear'the lake never fi?h there, and on ir ouirv of an old Indian by the reverend geut,e min" well known in the community, thia man ^id that hi* 7 been alarmau by a monster iR th* lake tS> firm U now the belief in the exutence ofa great serpent or monster iR Uie ^ake, that * - eral parties had been orgar i.ed for^ the pur poaeIf taking him Th-y are or the w.uh tor him day and night, and if ^??n.keahip la not fortheomiRg, they iRtand ^ tion of the water, and thaft . . b a with 0rappling Vwb?.