Newspaper of Evening Star, August 9, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated August 9, 1855 Page 1
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THE EVENING STAB, rtBLlSMEO EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) Jit the Star Rmildinc* toner of Pennsylvania avtnu* and Eleventh strut, By W. D WALLACE, Will be served toaubncribera bycarriers at 8JX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agents; papers served In packagps at 37 cents per month. To mail subscriber* the sub scription price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year ta advance, TWO DOLLARS for six months, and ONE DOLLAR for three months; for leas than three montha at the rate of V2% rents a week. IET SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. JCWFLR Y. HSEMKEN. JEWELER,'** Pennsylvania ? avenue, between !Hh and loth street*, has just received a new supply of richly-chased Fruit and Leaf Jewelry, consisting of Pin and FarR ings; also, a variety of magnificent Mosaic and Cameo Jewelry, which he offers at yreatlv reduced prices. IP- Diamonds remounted, Jewelry of any de scription made to order. Enameling done. Geld Pens repolnted. Coat of Arms and Cresses engraved on stofte and metal. jy 31?tr FAl QUERltHITE SILPHI R SPRINGS A CARD?1 laving seen a communication clr enlatiw: In the newspapers throughout the country, to the effect that some malignant disease at this time prevails at the Fauquier White Sul phur Sprlnrs, and in the vicinity, we think it proper and due to the proprietors or this watering pla< e to state, that we reside at Warrenton, dis tant about six miles: that we have practised at these springs for the last sirteen orHgnteen yens, and within that whole period we do not remem that neighborhood to have been more perfectly h?*althv and exempt troni disease of every- kind ihan at the present time. The report referred to inu?t have originated |.< j malignant design to injure the proprietors JOHN A. CHILLON, M I) SAMUEL B FISHER, M D jytt-*w GLEN WOOD CEMETERY, Office No. 29-2 Pa. are., corner 10th street, (OVIR T1 2 lAVUe'l bAHK.) tpHlS CEMETERY is laid oat on the plan of J. the celebrated Greenwood of N tw York, and situated on the high ground distant one And a quarter miles north of the Capitol?North Capitol street leading direc tly to the gateway. This Company have secured a chaner from Con jures*, appropriating their ground forever to burial purposes, making a fee title to the purchaser, ar.d prohibiting all encroachments f om legislation or otherwise, which is of vast importance to those who wish their dead to repose where they have placed them, for it has become a custom in all other cities when thebi' '.<4 grour.d becomes valu able for other purjK?es, to s??ll it. and tarow the dead promiscoualy into one large pit, and legal measures car not prevent it, as no titles are given to the ground. N. B.?Ottee open from 10 to 1'2 o'clock a. m., where Pamphlets, containing the Charter. By Laws. and a map of the ground. and all other in formation, can be obtained All orders left with Mr. James F. Harvey. No. 4It)Seventh street, or any other undertaker, will be promptly attended to. je 18?ly THE FAUQUIER WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS \IIK now onen for the reception of Company, and in a far more attractive condition j . than they ever have l>een. A rro*s misrepresentation against tl.:-rr:?C-? having lieen published in the Petersburg Intelli gencer and Haiti more Sun to the etfect that they were closed fcr the season is now traced to an ir responsible source unw orthy of notice. It is r-roper to state that" there is no shadow of foundation for it. The si?bwri)>er trusts that he will not !*? made the vic;im cf such malignity; and the respectable journals which have given currency to the rumor by transferring it to their columns will dliabuse the publi< mind through the same medium. ALEX. BAKKR. jy 13?2m coal:coal: THK undersigned is prepared to deliver COAL of the best quality. at SO 50 per ton. H C. HAP HOVER, 3d street. :?d do?u soutn Pa. avenue. N. B.?1 give "i.'-MO pounds to th>* ton. jy 1.1-i in joii.x a. klvass. william tuoxpsox. EL VANS ic THOMPSON, liKALKKI IN EASDWAILE, COAUH TtlOOINGS, &C., No. 32b Pennsylvania avenue, between yin:Jk and T^ntk j?j, Washington, V. C. HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE Britannia, German silver. Ail?ata and Hjlver Pla ted. Tea. Table and Dessert Spoons Cam rs and Forks, Steeis, Knives with aud with out F orks Bras*. Br.tanuia. Block Tin and Plated Candle sticks, Shovel and Tonga, Wadie iron*, sad Irons Maalin and Beii Metal Kettles, F urnaces, Grid irons, Ovens, Ac. BUILDING MATERIALS. Rural Cottage, Closet. Cupboard,Che->t,Till, Pad and Trunk Locks fhnttle. Door, and Blind Hinges,Screws, Cut and Wrought Nails, Bolts Brad's Shatter Screws and Stubbs. Door Springs, Handrail Screws, Door Knobs Bell Pulls. Door Sheaves aud Rail, Ac. CABINET MAKERS' GOODS. Hair Cloth. Curled Hair, Moss, Gimps, Sofa and C li,-ir Springs Vealtian Band Hooks,Rack Pulleys, Roller Lad* Brackets, Furniture Nails Glue, Cosiir Handles and Screws, Diamond Screw Plat.a, Ac. CARPENTERS' GOODS. Plane?, Saws. Drawing Knives. Spokeshave Chisels and Gouges, i lane I ron.t Augcrs, Braces aud Bias,Boring .Machines, ilain mers, Hatchets, D veis Bevels, Squares, Guages, Axes, As. BLACKSMITH A COACH MAKERS1 GOODS. Black and Bright Springs, Axles, Felloes, Shafts, Spokes, Hub*. Bows. Poles Sleigh Rcaners, Silvered aud Brass Hands, Stump Joints, Stump Collars, Top Props Cariain Frame*. Lain^s, Inside Linings, Lining Silks, Damask. Seaming Cords Tufts, Tassels, Buttons, Tack?, Fringes, Laces, and Plain and Fnamelled Canv?sa R issia Duck, EuameUed leather, L*a-ii Leather. Ac. ELVANS A THOMPSON, je i -6m Pa. avenue. AMERICAN HOTEL, No. 4M? Pa. areaiK, b'tiretn and 6:k streets. S. HEFLEBOWEK A L. T. LOVETT, MoraiiTvii. jy?-4m COFFIN VT.lULKOO.il, Ac. J WILLIAM PLANT A CO., L'NDLR'i'A ? KERS?residence tin Seventh street, between ti aud H streets. Interments procured in any grouud or cemetery. CoUin*. Ca|>?, Shrouds, Carriages, liearse, tnui every article for interments of the hesUquality furnished at short notice, on the most reasonable terms, and at all tio irs of ilie night. Hav;n ' the exclusive ri^la of C.ump'ii Patent Corpse Preserver, we guarantee to keep the dead for any R*ngth of tune. jy 11?ly DEvrisru k\ r> B DON AI DSON, Dentist, late of the firm of 11 tint A Donaldson, continues to manufacture i:id insert those beautiful, porcelain tt^lh, with or without gums, lor specimens of wnich (;nade and deposited by the late nr;u) was awarded the first premium at the Mechauica' Institute Fair, recently ne.d in this c.ty rUe?ie teeth are carved and shaded to suit each particular case and their resemblance to the natu ral organs la ao p^rfct as to deceive the most p?ac t.s -d eye. Particular attention also Duid to Ailing and pre serving the natural teeth. Cha/ges moderate, and all operations warrauted OtBce southwest corner of Seventh and D streets. Eeutrance on D. mar21?8m OEN i iSTKY. DR. MUNSON respe* tfuily calls public atten tion to hi* new, pat.-nt and great ly IMPROVED me nod of set: in.- Ar->U^-r -v tlllcial Teeth, with Continuous tit.tn^ZZTTFfr the verv PERFECTION OF THE ART. ibis style or Teetu has t^e fallowing advantages over ad others, via: GREAT ?IKLNGTH, CLEAN LINESS, COMFORT a d BEAUTY, viemg with Nature In the?e respe>u?, ar.d in some otLers excelilag. Public inspection u reapoctfully solic ited Please call and see specimens. C A U TlOiN .?No other Dentist In the District of Columbia has a right to rx?ike lhi>, .tyle of tet th fcN. B.?T?teth constitutionally neaithy, plugged and warranted for life. oj&ce and house No. '.&*? K street, near the cor ner of Penaa. avenue and 11th street. ap M?tf VLL STRANGER?* visiting the City should see Hunter's CaU logne of the curiosities of the Patent Odice. Al so, his Description otf Powell's Great Pictures. HUN TER is to be seen at 400 Teuth street, may 31?1m* HOW ARD'S U. H. MFKtllE COURT Report*, vol 17, just published and for aale by FRANCK TAYLOR Jy*s . Memoirs ofthecountessop blp^ sington. by R R Madden. M R I A, two Tola, t KA.NCK iAVLOK. VOL. VI. WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1855. NO. 811. WEBFR'S BAND. THIS old established and favorite band fur nish music as usual for Excursions, Sere nades. Pic Nics, Parties, Exhibition*. Ac., Ac. Orders may be left at Hiltius A Hitz's Music De pot, or at the residence of the leader, four doors east of General Henderson's residence, Navy Yard, jy 23?2m Ml: II HKISJv!vr iaAJID pullyokgaxized. # ^ completed all my arrangements Rtvn i AND COTILLON ftrpnJ v am the *rrlce of the public to ?ri. u n0n Exhibitions, Parades. torficiH,?n "?an(!.SCTW,ades' AU tho?* in ?* 1 .^)and an> ^Pettfully invited to en courage our enterprise, here in Washington city. p* tu? ? ,1 P. FISCHER, Leader. I*riwnni?5 li ^2nMler m>'direction, is regu lari^iniuormed. and from a pmctife of over twen > >enrs I can ?ive satb faction to even' one. Re- id-iice, Pennsylvania avenue, north side, V Iron Hall ^ 4:11111 streete> door west of allv'Sl? ?2 Vth Memr%- Hllb,M * ?if* pnnctQ. ally attended to. jy , PROSPERI'S CURKET B AND. TMUS Band is suitable f?r any and all purposes. ? warranted to give satisfaction to all l?Tu P,ea^ to engage them, either as a Brass, Reed, or Cotillon Band. An> number of musicians to be badat thoihort est notice, hy applying to 1 . J^KDERIC PROSPERI, Leader, at Taltavilli's Store, opposite the .. .. ,, , , Marine Barracks. n .V'?-MiTi,rdere le,ft at HilbusAHiU'aMualc De m *2. |>roniptly atlende<l to. A CARD. K. PHILLIPS, No. 101 Slith street, the nt ?r. - ?.streete' desires to inform the citizens o* Wnshington and vicinity tb L PI A\O To R^^^h/\Ve to*?"?* ? the riAi11' 'ft? E. She has tanjrht music in ^?ome of the Drincipal cities of the Union and has testimonials showing that she is fully con - Patent to discharge the 3,ties of her pro^s",,, ^rlrepatr^S?a * Wh? ma> faV?r her WUh ?i^aV?ho t5l<H f?r at h?r residence, rr Sw at tnc residence of ner pupils je 12?eoJrn* ^ vduvv \lr)1 R ornaments. SEMkEN. JEWELER. No. 33) Pa. av bet. 0th and loth sts . IN prep^d to make to order anv device that mav ?.eMiggeMed such as Flower Bouquets, Bracelet s Breast Pins, L.-r Rings, Chains, Crosses, Kitn-s Charters. Ac. Also. Jet Ornaments for sule" " l\ r Persons may rely upon their own hair be lm* U3ed jy31?tr PEEL'fi LONDON CJREEN GINGER Vt IM M AN ACT V R ED FROM FRENCH * i? VM Ii- no\ V, Ni JAMAICA GINGER " ' * il-kE ORANOLs, Ac.?'This delicious bcv erage becomes toe greatest favorite wherever it 1 introduced. It is equally palatable, more whole some, a:id iiot half tut* price of ether foreign wines Manv physicians use ft exclusively, and recom mend it to all troubled with Flatulency, Dyspep sia, Debility. Cramps. Diarrho-a and Dysentery Persons subject to Chills, or living inWicU where Ague or Cholera prevails, find Its occasion al use a pieasant and admirable preventive. Mixed with a iittle iced-water, it forms the most refresh ng and wholesome cooling drink in warm weathci that can l>e taken. Price 50 cents per bottle, 85 per dozen. N B Country Druggists. Grocers. Ac., flr.d this Wine an advantageou;, addition to their st<v k, Il't i lii.it rate article, sells well, and gives great satis faction ^ Agents STOTT A CO., Washlnirto l ? PFFI t Rufe'p4^exandrtai Cl^SEL.iieorgetowaj J. BALMER, Baltimore. jy o if LAST I HANCE. JF there is In Washington. Georgetown or neljih i borhood a person who Intends to purchase a Larpet this fall now is their time toV?ay It at c 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 Carpeting at $l^oO, and best 3-cord Tapestry Brussels at lTri * ? will be worth S2 and $l.Q2j{ In the fall. Also, Ingrain, Three-ply and Venltian ia pro portion 1 The prices at which we are now offering Car pet! ngs are less than the same goods would briny at auction In New York to-day. f erms for the Goods, cash on delivery. Just received and on sale Lineo Sheets, rich and superior Floor Oilcloth, also 10 dozen low-priced; all In new and beautiful designs, and very cheap Also, in store an el^g.-.nt stock Linen Sheeting Pili?>w Linens, fable Damask*, in cloths, nap kin^ and pieces r Splendid assortment bathing and toilet Towels both rough and soft Marseille* (guilts, both colored and white, Al lendale do, for summer use Also, Dimities in great variety. And ail otiier 1* umiture Dry Goods necessary for the comfort and convenience of housekeepin g at very low prices. ? CLAGETT, DODSON A CO. Jy 30?d2w J IS T RLIKIV EDPER SC If DONER t airfax, from New Voik? 150 barrels brown Sugar ?0 do powdered, hard and soft crushed Sugar 200 do Connecticut river Herring*, bright and handsome 45 boxes scalded Herrings :15 barrels Mackerel, No. 3 1^5 l?a- kages fresh Tea 75 noxes ground Coffee 300 sacx-s line and G. A. Salt 50 boxes fresh ^alad Oil M boxes Cuccm; lo;i l>oxesdark Soap 125 dozen brooms 60 tl >zen Cords and Lines 10U gross Matches 40 dozen Buckets iitxio pounds soft shell Almonds 10(i0 ituunds Cream Nuts lio bushels Ground Nuts 3 quarter casks old Martell Uiandf 2 do P<?rt Wine, pure juice lu !>arrel? old Family Whiskey * 75 boxes Touacco. For sale by MURRAY 4 SKMMEri. ?ii 1 ?o6t LAND WARRANTS BOLUHT at the ki^h est rates. ^ Sight drafts remitted to persons at a distant sending me Warrants, ou any city they may des ignate it!] Mock* bought and sold on commission. HAMILTON G. FANT, Binker, 422 Pa avenue, Washington, I). C Jy 1??lmeoAWSlt (Intel) LAND WARRANTS LOCATED. 'PHK subscribers will locate, i^nd Warrunt* either iu Ohio, Indiana, Illinois or Iowa, and and give a correct description of the land looated If, upon examination, this description proves i i correct, they wlil themselves takethe land, giviui; for it another warrant for the same quantity. One of ihe Arm resides in the West, und will give uie business his personal superinteudance. MILLER A BROWN, /th st., opposite Post Ollice, Washington. Jy 13?etwhn R B SUMMER RETREAT. LAKISTON'^ PAVILION will be open for the reception of visitors on the 5th of July. The proprietor's table will be sup plied with the delicacies abounding in the* waters adjacent to l>lak;?ton's IsUnd He hojies his endeavor* to piease will insure hiin a rifcare of patronage from those seeking health or a little quiet from city bustle. The Steamers .Maryland. Onceola, and Alice C. Price atop regularly at his landing IlHt. For one momh $>30 00 For one week or more, per day 1 00 For a shorter time, per day 1 25 A good band of Cotilloa Music is engaged for the season from Washington. GEORGE W. BLAKISTON, Je 23 ?2m# Proprietor. ft BOOT AND SHOE STORE REMOVED. FORGE BREMER has removed hla well * known Gentleineu.8 BOOT AND. !*HOK Store and Factory ftomllth street,] between Pa avenue ana K street, to Pa.J avenue, afew doorsabovt Wlllards' Hotel. He is prepared in hi* new premises to give satis faction to all. G. B has by dint of great care in purchasing his stock, employing none out A No. 1 workmen, and by his capacity to fit his customers so as to have his work set very easy on the foot, while it alj ways exhibits the most fashionable style, earned a reputation in his business second to that of no otner custom-work boot and shoe inakdr in the Union He solicits the patronage of all, and his terms will be most reasonable to all. )y w-tf ?? ONE HUNDRED MORE OF those superior Magnolia Ilams, and proba bly all that Mill be received this season they are cured in Maryland according to the old home ?stead receipt, the quality of which is unsurpassed if equalled, by any other ever introduced here To be had only at mv store.. Per,lli*r,y One selected and standard black Tea at 50cents a pound, which I hare introduced. It is told or.lv by mvMlf antl is now extensively known in the District New 2??, arV* ?there who have not yet used It are re \v ? J 1 fading members of the Faculty of gTatidtousl"1 8n Geor?etown- Samples furnished Bay Water at 25 cents per bottle, or S2 75 per ? .hath,n8 purposes it is as cheap as common spirits. ' Mint, Lavender, and Blackberry Cordials the very articles for the prevailing epidemic. Maple Sugar, Fresh Prunes. Ac , with unsur passed varieties of choice family GrweriJt ? # p king, jy o-_.f 1 ew stop8 n?rtheast Jackson Statue. J GOODS, TOH.tr ARTICLES, kc. XV *nvi,.eatt*'nM<m to our large Stock of Combs wit ??sbes. Pomades', Extracts, Cologne. Bav fi w? are prepared to oiler at greatly reduced prices. Fanrw' ?^tfVon h?1d n Hssortment rf r ancy Goods, h an*, Gloves. Hosiery, Ac to whteh^m a fashlona,,le of milliuei'y U) which additions are constantly being made of the newest and most desirable style* ^Tkc atipnii ? ?f "f l??lcnl irly invi^l flT, "dJrort \ru ThW ? wh', h Is under thecha.-"e of .ulss lhompson. ? iv? ff _ HI;tch,NSONAMUNHO. J. - ?tf 310 Penn ave .betweenOth A 10th sts. SOMETHING TO OLD AND YOUNG. PROFESSOR WOOD'S hair restokative, T^!if,prTlra'iT- aI,hoa-'h !(** than two'year X before Ihe public; owing to its wonderful ef ohi in'h " ,n;an hair and ^Hlp, has already obtained a celebrity and sale pcifectlv vn :S'wl J* ha<{ without the ordinary- applian** used for such purposes, von its way, and lnvr, wftw Jrto rr,ost of the citie# a"d town. InrtiT 11^ States, the Canada*, and the w.-m India islands. Nor is thisresult surprising wtien it i.-> remembered that its popularity i? based uuai it merits, solely as estaftl'sh-d by aSTlHS lV.fr fbin preparation wUl actually Restore erai Hair Jo its Natural Color, produce a luxuriant pfowth upon the heads of the bald, prevent tlx hair from falling oil. and when used as a tonic ar Vmi'?!! UCV continual How of the natural tluio and thlis render the hair soft, glossy and waw destroy disea.ses of the scalp, and expel dandrntt jh.' certificates of distinguished -enU.-uien ami ladies in every part of the country who hav?? triiV iv Ht'S what they know, most f- 1 rL/lt by a Pn>l-er "*e of thi> Re.-iorativt _h hair can tw? made to attain and retain its n i?u ral color to almost any aire alotted to hiimanit' by removing the cause of disease from th^ .se;'i'?' no> natter how long standing-the concurrent tes timoniais of the press and the certificates ol nu merous resectable individuals of bo:h sexes u, the nse of this curative, as well as of the rem'.n meadatioDs of editors and certificates before aiiu ded to, can bt* hail nf all agprts w Mass., Jan. 12.1855. ? 1 " AF-. Dear sir?Having made trial of f haM^ert rv?rdiive' U g[ven me P>?^?re to sav hat its etfect has H en excellent In removing in fiammation, dandratt, and a constant tendency to Itchm.r, With which I have been tr?>,l?lf,om childhood, and has al?o restored my h iir wh'ch was becoming gray, to its original color. I )iaVe used no other article, with anting like the ??? pleasure and profit Yours, truly . D K. BRAGG, I astor of Orthodox Church Hrookfield . . , Carlylk. Ill June27, 1*53 1 have used Prof O J. Wood's Hair Restora tlve, and have admired its wonderful efl'ett ,[?? ha:r was becoming, as I thought, prematurely gra>; but by the use of his "Iiestorative" it has resumed its original color, and I have no doubt permanently *o. SIDNKY BR I'.ESK, 1 .. ^ Ex-Ss nator L'niitd yt;itei. r 1 ? OOD :~c^r Sir?My hair com men. .jd ratting otf some th.ee or four years since, and ccn tinued to do so until I became quite bald 1 tri"d all the popular remedies of the day, but to no ef fect, at uist I was induced to use your celebrated Hair Restorative, and am very happy to say It i-> aolng wonders. I have no*v a line irrowth of young hair, and cheerfully recommend its use to aL sluiilarly aliiicted A. C WILLIAMSON, ... 133 Second street Address O J. OOD ?t CO., Proprietors, 31 i Broadway, New York, and 111 Maiket street, tf. Lohim, MV? C. S TO I I' it CO , wholesale and retail Agent, vv asfc; ngtoa. & ' * T W^DYO PT ?c SONS, General Wholesale Agent, Philadelphia, Pa. an 1?iy FAIR HILL UOAROt.No Si'iiOOL. kOB OIRLS, Spring, Montgomery tounty. Md. "|'Hh ninth term of this Institution will com mence on the 10th day of the ninth inontL (September) next Circulars containing the needful Information In regard (0 the School c an be obtained bv those whe desire it, by addressing, at Oluey Post Office ??TTSKcTiji{iHl,>1?d'K s ltK^U. J no. 1'. Towers, Lambert Tree, \V D WaUach; Je ' DSt. L. n. WRIGHT'S 1'irFAILlSO 4tSCE0FUL0US ANTID'TH? '? For tut PtrmaK-nt Cure of COXSUMt'TIo\\ and all other forma of SVHOl-'U'LO US VISE ASICS. r|lHI8 Medicine is prciK<red by an eminent phy A HK ian of eighteen years practice in New Y01 k city, during which time he has constantly used it with the most unbounded success, and created fot it a reputation in private practice, unequalled <r. the Listory of medicine. It acts imm -diaiely rcc the blood, cieaurtng it from idi scrofulous huniou or impurities, renovating and, by ils n:iuti< now ers, IN VIGOR ATK THK WHOl.K SYH1 KM. in proof of which, huudrttds of rc.'pec table wit nesses from the doctt?r"s private practice have iiiv en in their testimonj, and en treat/bose sutferln? from any scrofulous affection, to call upon tier* tnd sattify themxrlft*. A Treatise on Scrofulous Ci *.*ase.s can be h?d gratis at PRINCIPAL DKPOT, 40U Broadv.u/ and at Drug Stores generally CHARLES STOTT <t CO . Agents for Washiugtoa 1>K. L. II. WRIGHT'S TASi.i?LE2S " LIQUID CATHARTIC'." Oil, FA MIL Y FH YSIC. 'pillSisthe BRST, CHRAPK^T, and MOST 1 EFFICIENT CATILiKTlC EVER OF FEREi) TO THK PUBLIC. It is TASTELESS, (thereby avoiding the npu *cating etfect of Pills, Oil, Senna, Ac .) and pro during no griping or other painful efi'e.;ts Unlike all other purgative, it searches to the bottom cJ the disease, thoroughly cleanses the stomach, and leaves the bo ./els entirely free from costiveuess r NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT. Children drink it readily and without foreLn ' ard NO MEDICINE IS .MORE HIGHLY U li COMMENDEDby the MEDICAL FACULTY. Give it a trial and then judge for yourselves. 11 can be had wholesale and retail at E. 11. ST.A ULER A CO.'S, Haiti more, or CHAS. STOTT St CO., W ashipgton, D C. DR. WRIGHT'S PRINCIPAL DEPOT, 40K Broadway, where the doctor can consul:.d daily 011 diseases generally, from 12 to 2 p n ., without charge. je FRENCH DRAWING PENCILS from the several manufactories of Bausch, Hardmuth, Walter and Contee, Imported direct f? jiii the ma kers in Paris, by FRANCK TAYLOR jv 25 HO! f'UK THE SPRINGS!?Persons who contemplate a Journey to the springs, sea-sidt*, mountains, or the country, should not ne"lect 'o call at Jiti Pa. avenue, and get their stock of ha r, to?ith. nail, bathing and clothes Brushes. Dre>s

in^, side, putt', netk,fiue and pocket Combs, ii.ie Pomatum, Hair Oil, Bay ater, Cologne, Ki tracts for the Handkerchief, Soap, Toifet Bo\?i and Powder, traveling, pic nio, work, and card Baskets, Stc., at the Piano, Music, Stationery aud Variety Store of J NO. F. ELLIS, 306 Pa. avenue, betw. !)th and llHh :,ts Jy 18?tf 1VEW WALTZ. ?Just published bv the t.ub I scribers, tho "Aluitillora WalU," composed and dedicated to Miss Sallie Drisch, of Lee.our#', Va., by Prof. J. a. Young. . H1LBUS & 11ITZ " *? Mn<lc Depot. DENTISTRY O iT 8HINN, Graduate of the , ,, Colitge of Dental Surgery, respect- - fidly Informs the residents of George town and its vicinity that ha has loca-*<Z?ffi5x ted himself amongst them for the purpose o/ Prmc Uslng his profession. r Ottce 121 Washington St., above Bridge strtvt, Oeorgetown, D. C.^ _ je 25?U^miTsoimo D EXCURSIONS, &c. GRAND CIVIC & MILITARY EXCURSION OF THR German Yagers, TO THE k'H'TK HOUSE PAVILION. On MONDAY, August 13, 1S*3. 'PHH YAGERS respectfully annoum^ to their A friends, ci,1c and military, and _ ^ the public generally that their next^^^^^^U Excursion will take place on MONDAY, August Oli The well known Steamer George "Washington has been cha teredfor the occasion, and will make two trips both ways, leaving the Steamboat wharf in the morning at 8 o'clock, and 1 o'clock p. in In the evening the boat will leave the Pavilion at 7 and in o'clock, touching each trip at Alexandria going and coming. Weber's superior Band has been engaged for the occasion. Tickets ONE DOLLAR?admitting a gentle i).an and ladies ; to be had of the Committee or at the boat.* Refreshments to be obtained on board of the boat and at the White House, at city price*. Ord Set Ruppell, Sgt Schrinall, OorpWahl, J'Angerman. Peter Schweizer. an 3?fit EXCURSION TO FORT WASHINGTON tr WHITE HOUSE. On THURSDAY, Aug. 16, FOR tHE BRSEFIT OF THE METHODIST EPISCO PAL CHCRCII, CAPITOL IIILL. THE Steamer GEO. WASHINGTON having been chartered for the occasion will lenvc the Wharf at 8 o'clock^ precisely A Bana of good music will be in attendance, aud everything that can conduce to the pleasure and comfort or the Company will be done. An clMcient caterer will ne in the boat to fur nish refreshments to those that may desire them. The Boat will stop at the Navy Y'a'd also for passengers. Tickets 50 cents?Children under 12 >ear?, 25 ceuts. Tickets ran be had at the Drug Store of .Mr. M'* Pheircn. Capitol Hill, audatthe Bookstore of W M. .Morrison A Co.; Pa. avenue, or from either of the Committee. Committer : Wm B Waugh, Mr Mart on, Mr Jones, Kep Phillips, James Small wood an 6?eotl6th GRAND FIREKENS AND CIVIC EXCURSION AMI PIC NIC OF THK FrankliiiFireCompauy, TO TH C WHITE HOUSE PAVILION rpHE members of tl?e Franklin Fire Company * take pleasure in announcing to r ^ "* a the Firemen, their friends anu ''?"ry,'l Ii bVbV public generally that they Lave chartered iLe s;:fe ;ttid commodious steamer Geo. Washington, and will give a Grand Excursion and Pic Sic to the WHITE HOUSE PAVILION, on WEl)Nfc.S DA V, August 22d The Company pledge themselves that no trouble or expense will be spared to make- this one of the most pleasant, gay, and reek<.rche Excursion of the season. A celebrated Cotillon Band has been engaged for the occasion. Dinner ami Supper will be furnished by an ex perienced caterer. For the accommodation of those persons who do not wish to .sjtend the w hole day down the river the boat will make two trips. Leave Georgetown at S o'clock, Washington at 9, Navy Yard at !>)$, Alebandria at 10. Afternoon leaves Washington at 2)?, Alexandria ato>? o'clock. Returning, will leave the White House at ti and and 10 o'.clock p. in. Ticket,, admitting a gentleman ajid two ladies, 51, to te had of the Committee of Arrangements, and at life boat on the morning of the Excursion Commtttee of Arrangements. Rob't E Do\le, .! Williamson, G R. Crossfield, J B Medley, L R Thomas, P J Newman, J M F Hough, Alex Tait, JnoTCoumbe. R Eckloff. an 3?lawiwAdtd MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF GEORGE TOWN COLLEGE, Comer cj F and Twelfth sts., Washington. FIM1E next Annual Course of Lec tures will com A mence on Monday, the 5th of November, and eud in March following. FACULTY I Noble Y'ov xg, M. D., Professor of Institutes and Practice of Medicine. Fujdoardo Howard, M. D., Professor of Ob stetrics and the Diseases of Women and Chil dren . Johnson Eliot, M. D., Professor of Anatomy. Ja*ks E. M organ, M D., Professor of Medical J urlsprtulence and Bygiene. J. M. Snyher, M. 1> , Professor of Surgery. Bkvj. F. Craig, M. !?.. Professor of Medical Che.nistry and Pnvsiologv. Geu C. Scuaeffrr, M. D.. Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics. Johssox V. D. MiDdletos. M. D , Demonstrator of Anatomy. fees : For a full eourse ,$1X) DO Matriculation, paid only cnce 5 00 Graduation 2.r> 00 Demonstrator's ticket 10 00 The Preliminary course will commence Octo ber 1st and continue until November 5th. Lectures free to Medical Students. Tne Lectures will l>e delivered during the af ternoon and evening. Tuia time ?f lecturing has been customary In tne College sin -e its establish ment, and is found to t>e advantageous to the stu dent. FLODOARUO HOWARD, M. D. Dean, No. F street north. au 4?lawtNovS NOTICE TO THE CREDITORS OF HALL ' i UROfHEIt. BAR LLC H HALL, surviving partner of Isaac Hall, having on the 2sth day of February, 1855. assigned to the undersigned all the stock in trade aud debts of the firm of Hall Jt lirotherr to b. applied to the full satisfaction of certain debit., liabilities, and engagements of said tlrrn of llall A Brother, and tae surplus to pay and distribute ratrabiy among such of the remaining cred itors o{?aid tirin as shall within six months from ?faitt 2bth day of February. 1~^55, execute and de liver to said Baruch Hail full and absolute re leases of all indebtedness to them respectively by said Baruch HaL, surviving partner as aforesaid. Notice is therefore hereN* given to such credi tors of said lirm of Hall A brother, cr said Baruch H;dl, surviving partner, as niay desire to partici pate in the benefit of said assignment to execute and deliver to said Baruch HailTull and abi jlute releases as aforesaid, within the period of six months from : .lid 2dth day of February. 1^5. RICHARD WALLACH, Trustee, je il?eotAugiteth REESE'S EAGLE PLUM CI NO AND GAS FITTING DEPOT. fFliE subscriber respectfully announces to his A friends and the public in general that he has received the first lot of the celebrated DODGE'S DOUBLE ACTING SUCTION AND FORCE PUMP, which received the SILVER MEDAL at the late Fair of the Metropolitan Mechanics' Insti tute, and is now prepared to furnish ail who may favor him with a call. His stock of GAS FIXTURES are unsurpa*ed in tu?; District. With his corps of competent workmen he prides himself to fill any orders in the PLUMBING AND GAS-FITTING line with promptness and despatch. IL/" All work done warranted to give complete satisfaction. JOHN REESE, may 3?tf comer 0th st. and Pa. avenue. THE WESTERN ACAD EM V, Crnrr Seventeenth and I streets, Washington. ' SELECT SCHOOL will be opened on the . first Monday in September, for boys. N umber limited to twenty-five. For particulars tee circulars at the Bookstc-e, or cail at the School Room af'er August ?d. jy 46?eoCw# S. L. LOOM1S, A. M. JORDAN'S WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS A R LDLRiCK COUNTY. VA.?Opened on the 15th of June. From Baltimore, Wash F ingtoi or Cumberland In eariv morning trains flW to ilarper's Ferry, thence \>y WinchesterJUii Railroad to Stephenson's depot; from depot 1)? miles in coaches to Springs in time to dine same day. Rice's cotillon band engaged. Sulphur baths. Medicinal effects of water well known. E. C. A R. M. JORDAN A BRO. Jy <1?eoUw O YOU WANT FIRST RATE IC'K cream ? Go at once to ARNY. Bildge Georgetown, he was awarded a MEDAL by the Metropolitan Mechanics'l^dMB,fur ic* creams, waxk* uks, and cawe^^KLcA.1118)1 *? D evening star. j LAS1 INTERVIEW OF A HUSBAND WITH A WIFE p Th? follo^?ng ?f M extract from ? Nelly Brackan, a Tale of F,?rty Years Ago," by Mr Annie Chambers Bradford, of Kentucky It is an account of tho last interview of a hu? and with his wife, whom ho had driven from ? y .:t ca?cr <d' unmitigated cruelty : The light? in the chaDrielier wero burning dimly when she entered the raom. The strand er stood boneath them, so that she could not She advanced towards him and said m a dignified tnne : ^ hat i* your pleasure, sir ?" ? vS** ?,aokb"rn turned, and exclaiming. I-dear ??"*???m h?. caught her in his arms, but she rco<.iled from him. and with one hand prossbd against her forehead, while with tho other the waved him from her, she gated with a wild, fiery look into his * He knelt before her. "See, I am at your feet, Nelly Oh! will you not let mo love you again ? ' .<i fiJ*e f*iJ' m,,ur?J"uliy. but firmly. 1 had hoped, oh. go devoutly' that I misfit never see you again. But ?juoe you h?ve coine. I must say to you what I fed, so that this interview may be the last " Ife roue aod stood before her. . -i* ,Wfl. my Pwa,e?,ful "he continued. when but a child, hud uent with you to yours. I gave a heart full of de votion to vuu and y?,ur family. ?,d a life whose every a-t was one of service and eelf-sacrifice, a ad 1 re ceived >n leturn coldnes*, and contempt, and contumely lroiu them, and severity Jnd ne glect . om you. But even nfter they had cast me r IF, I clung to you. and was willing to do and bear anything for tfie occasional kind word* you g.ive me. ? You remember tho rest. You know how I went to you fn m all I knew and loved, and was denied aim pumcd; and when I crept to your feeU and clasping your kneos. besced you to let me ttay, if only as your servant, for the sake oi the child 1 had borne you, you taunted me with having no pride, and worst of all, told mo you never loved me. citinc as prooi the indifference v. ith ?hich you had permitted yuur family to insult and villify " But, Nelly, that was done through a hard and impenitent spirit. Oh ' can you not for give Hnd receive mo again ?" ki said, and her voico trem bled; bur ?he .struggled and forced back the 1 tears that gushed up to her eyes ?? I forgave you e\ en while you thius me tr m you; but when you a\cmd to Colonel Poatalba and all ar^nd ycu, that you did not know me. and called (b-d to witness the truth of what }"ou said?and then, when they left your room and you threatened that if I did not go from iNatehcsc, you would taku r y boy from me. and hav e me imprisoned a? in*.?ne, evcrv v?*ti?:e of love died out of my heart, and I tie 1 from the presence of one whom I had trusted as if the arch fiend himself had bee., on mv track " S Where did you Co. Nrtiy ho asked, for he had become so interested in her narrative, he seemed to have forgotten ho had auscd the misery < f which she spoke. " Where did I go f she said. - It matters not to you. I have lived honorably, if ob scurely But until , year ago. I have never lost sight of you; anl if you had ever striven t?y oae uct to redeem the past. 1 might rr-eivc yoajaiy differently now. After castim; mo off you went to your old home, and with r_.c<k sorrow, told tnem of the" death of your 3lfe and child, snu your own incurable grief. * Lc';?al my ?y boy, Nelly-Where is Do not she said wildly, "do not .peak of my child. It is enough that ho is dead, !u ? *'10 of human misery, liead and the tears rained over her face. Oh. my child ! she sobbed, "my beautiful starved, patient lamb ! If I rni^ht be i nly one ot the dead leaves that fall on thy lonely grave, and moulder away into its holy dust ! do not tell me, Robert Blackburn, that y u loved ni3 child. It you had ever loved him you could not have cast him off nor have been cruel to the mother who bore him. whose highest pride was to teach him to lisp your name and pray for you at her auee, while yoU were disregarding every vow in the pursuit of s >mething you yourself could not detine liut 1 cannot say 1 regret your perfidy. You won ino betore I knew the necessities of mv own nature. When I became a woman. I was a wile already; and when the deep, stron' voices of my spirit sent forth their inquiries I and hopes, they found no ocho. but died aw?v into darkness and silence, leaving th* chnm- J hers of heart so desolate, I shuddered at tiie void within me. though I did not know its ' cause. But you have takeu the sja'.es from my eyes, and 1 think you for it. Ifyoaeould be presented to rue U^uight, a ^trargor. ftro not tbo person to whom I could ^ivo the deepJove I am capable of feeling, lor there is nothing harmonious bi>tw<en us. Le?^ than e\er then can I love you now. fori hive mem ory goading mc. If you had never wronged me, my lite would have pajuod in tranquility, and I j.iight u. ver have known the depths ai'd intensity of my nature There is that within mo which had never been vivified when you tx?k mc to your bosom ; and though I may be overwhelmed at times with misery at tho knowledge of it, I do not regret that I have learned to know myself. Ilen.-eforth, oh O >d of Lo.o ana Truth ! by thin? unerring will 1 walk Steadily in my own soul s peaceful path Way, nor strive to keep the dusty tigh road a misdirected liesiiny, wherein I fo long panted beneath the hotbunot a iaiec and most wretch ed life !" She stood for a m unent silent, while Robert I Blackburn tvaLchovi her features with a be wildered look "Oh, Nelly!' ho sobbed, and a^ain knelt at hor leet. "Ytu told me in Natoiios that remorse would coine. I have wandered hither aJul i-hrther for the whole past year, seeking y. <u every wnere, with the fullest purp<j?e to reiteem, it 1 could, the wrongs I have done. An<t now that I have found you?oL, I cannot give you up. aud it se*euis you gri.w dearer to me the more I am couvineed you do not love me." " Ye.V ?he replied, mournfully, 11 i re member y u t.vld me in Natchez that you prized erery thing more in the pursuit thi-n in the p's. ession, and that you would soon tire of heaven itself." " You are go implacable, Nelly?can you not forgive ?'' " I have tdd you you wen1 forgiven, even while inflicting these death wotinda. But how *4re ^ forget?how daro I return to a condi tion wherein to all human reason I would be subjocted to the same trials again f You ask uioie than I c n grant. Let me say further, | I believe you deceive yourself as regards y*>ur I own feelings towards me. If you had ever 1 loved me, you eoulel not have forsaken the pure light of my affevtion for the wicked .-miles ol a wantou, nor have suffered any Ia lavuation however powerful, to drive into be ' gary and the grave thoso whom yju haCe vowed to love and protect. True love is om nipotent, liko theOeity; and may never bo overcome, even by death itself Arise. Rob ert'I am done, and the night is waning." " Will you not bless me, Nelly, bofore I r ,t On, how can I go forth again into the Worl i so utterly bereft. " llow have?but no matter " KJ1.?#!!? |?!\thT0', he entreated, as he lilted his turbulent features to her calm mournful lace. She laid her thin hands on his be*d, and ixT?in . * !*rM' Ul*udibl? Pr?>or. Then say '.aloud, I nave ever, ever hleoMd you," she turned to UaTe the room. "Will you not kiss me, Kelly"' he im pljrud. It U the lajit time J ever will :uk it.'1 TbU ?e?U?it Faintlv ud Ntwi Journal?oea talnlng a greater rerteiyefUrtarerttag reed tug thai can be 0MBd Vn uiy f*k*r tm pubUatwd mm Satai* day morning. THII Single ropy, per annum Si TO CLVM. Flveeoptea Is Ten copl? 0 Twenty copies 1# W 117" Cm, iRutuiiT i* aaraaca. IET Slagleeoples (In wrapper*) ou be pmeared at tb? counter. <'r.rrvdiatrlv after the l??f of tirt paper. Price? lama Can to. roiTVtiTii* whoaetaaagetitawill be uiowrd a comnlMkon of twenty per ooat Sh? pressed her trembling lip# to Lit f >re bead, end went from tho drawing room Uei light step kept iU even fall until she reaohel her pioa She waited on tho threshold unt.l ehe hoard tho heavy street door cloae after him. and then falling across the tod. her pent up anguish was set free, and aae shook as if in a fonniliiivefit. ??God! ' she aaid, as cho rwo and knelt beside the bod, " Thou who didst reveal t-? ths banishing llagar and ner perishing child th* fresh, glad-water in tho wilacrnoM?Thou who lidstsend thin* Anointed to bring to lit* tSa dead boy of tho Shunamite. what is my am, that Thou hideet Thyaelf from me7 My God. my O 1! why has Th"u forsaken mo' a-. I with a deep, half-shrieking moan, ?he fell tc the floor. Ho^wa-^on tho Little Wing. [From tho Detroit Free Prww J Am ng the sach?mj, chiefs, hea imen aud warriors of the trib a now assembled in coun cil in thia city, is Ke-way-o-sung. the eun oj the famous old Chippewa chief !fe-gwa-gon, the friend of our people, wh??*e memory is held in high esteem. not only by the red men, but ?y all of our people who knew him 1U ha- long sinoe passed nway to tho happy hunt ing grounds of his father4 During the la?t war with England mr.r.y "f the red men on tbi? frontier offeree their ser vices to the Unit?d but from a mistaken policy the Government declined tbeofftr. The restless youi g biuret could not be kept quirt, and j-jined tho enemy Ne-gwa-g?n. tnon a ruau of middle age, remained a steadfast friend, and. as tar as permitted, took up the tomahawk f ?r tho Che-m^ ke-man On* of hid a<>ns fell fighting oo* battles, at Monguego, and the great ch ef adopted tbe late Austin E Wing. K*q., as his sou in place of tho do* eeasea. When the oi.emy had taken po9eesaion of the country, N*-gwa-gon, with his family aid band, retired to his hun'ing ground on the mainland near Mackinac. lie planted hil small American fl:?j in Lis camp in the woods, and lived by the ch.tsc. Tho Br.tish command ing officer at Mackinac sent an <>Ccer and Cf teen men to tako iwh\ the flag The officer, with hia party, found the chief alone; hia band were hunting "I have Come." aaid tho officer, " to take away that flag ; it is tho flag ol' the Cbe-mo-kc-inun, and must uot fly tn re Ihe ^ igana-h al<>no now own tho coun try." Ne-gwu-gon wss or.e of the fino?t t^eeimena of humanity ; he waj over six feet in height, straight as the oaks of hia owu forest, with powerful muscular development. an-1 with a manly countenance and bearing lie was a man of strong intellect, and p<ss?-aei the res olution a id overage of u lior.. The rlu ohiePa ditrk eye flashed at the de mand for his fag; he rose to hit feet. strode forward to his flag, lowered it. and winding it round his left arm. drew hia tomahawk froru his belt. aa<i turning to the oficer, he sternly said : " Sagina-h. Ne-gwa-gon is the friend of tho Cho-iao-kemun ; h? has but one fl%? and <>no heart. If you take one y??u shall take iho other." Then giving a tremendous war whoop?ihe signal fsr his bra\orto a?>svmhle? he looked sternly and silently nt the ofi'icer, who began t>j think ih-it " dis?'retiou w?s the l*tu-r pari of valor," and ha-t.ly retired to his boat and returned to Mackinac. The gallant old chief rohoisted Li- flag, and kepi it flying to the end of the war. After the ponce, be once a year, with Li* family, visited this city, with two large and beautiful h.irk canoes, tho stars and strip** flying at the stern of each. Gen. Ca*a never failed to reward his integrity with tibaudant tuppies. and. among other things, two u? w flugs. which floated in triumph over Lis wig wam in the wilderness, till the -pint of 'the old warrior departed to join the counties* my riads of h?s race beyond the great western rivcre A Villaiv?W-> mentioned on Friduy. in the Bulletin, that the body of a little girl h*-! been floating in the Schuylkill al the Arsenal vrhaif. The Coroner held an inquest, and a verdict of found drowned was rendered. A correspondent sends u.- a siakcim^ut concerning this matter, which we think calls for mi inves tigation by the poiice. We refrain fi"iu giv ing the names of the parties, but we have them in our p-???ession It seems that r mo time last week a man living in the old District of M ?yamcusing. be*t his little deo^ht r ui Jt unmercifally, forajei lcntali> breaking a b<<wl or a saucer at the t.-.liIo. It is ailec^d tiiit he beat tho child about the Lead and b<?iy in ? brutal laaciiir. and then turned her oat of the hou?e. This poor creature, it is a^id. i? t? e chill who was f.'uc l drownod in tiie Schuyl kill. TLe parents, the reports sk>, mode no tff rt? to disjover the ohibi when it wa* min ing, and whou her deatu was a^oertained, tho other children were ordered t? g > ab-ut their work as u-ual. aud the body was not ?tcu brought home. Our coire-p indent .ys thn.i forbears this same brute nas male bis chil dren gj lars-futAed in the coidcst weather, altht u ;h he owned several houses, and coula well affiri to urtk" Lis tamiiy comfortable We hopo tho police will iiiTesti/ate the fa. ts, and that if the truth >f the story is confirmed, thatruen a l>rut<> will b.> uiaio an exaniple of.?rhiiude./iftia Bulletin. Taa Boombkvno.?Thia curious weapon, pe culiar to the natives uf Australia, has ftea proved a puttier to mon of alienee. It ia a place of curved wojd, nearly in the form of a creaeent, from thirty to f rty inches K 'lg, pointed &t both enda, and the corner qait? ?harp. The mode of using it iaquiteaeeinguiar ad the weat>on. Ask a bia. k t> thr>-w it .->> aa to fall at hi? feat, and aw .y it sro?-?. full f.rty yardi- before him. skimming alonj^ the -urface at thre<- or l<>ui feet fr>m the ground, wb> n it will suddenly rise in the air forty or sixty teet, describing a curve, am' finally drop at the l?.?t of the thrower. During its course it revolvea with great ranidity, as on <i pirot, with a whit ting noise. It n wonderful that so Laio.iroua and degraded a j >ple should have invented so sirgular a wea^xin. which sets laws of , ro gresaton at defiance. It is very dangerous for an European to try to project it at any object, as it may return and strike him-eif. la a na tive's hand it is a formidable w-*a{>on. striking without the pr.-jector being Been , like tho Irishman's gun, shooting around a corner equally a's straightlorwar'. It was invented to strike the kangaroo, whioh animal is killed by it with a certainty, and though a copse in tervene between the hunter and the animal the boomerang cornea around the comer and breaks hia legs. Thosi who Ma-xaok the W4k ?fhe West minister Keview, disjuseiog the Eastern War, sayj the highest military appointment is the reward of political power, and not of merit. The Minister of War. Lord Paumure, posse??ea little knowledge of tho matters whi?-a he is called apou to direct, and tho Master Geoentl ot' Ordnance, Sir Thomas Hasting*, who ia now t..ighty-two years old. ih not qualified by k'wmltdS* or experience to fill the position ha occupies As an iaiMM "f Lu incapacity, it is said that > ? ?tum't tee on small am*. Bt *uV^*" of njling showing fce d,d.n u thai the Sitnie inveuiioit "ot a ~roove; and it is related ?. * Jtiwster of War, bearing that the RufainJ^8 mad# usocf thirty-two poundere at lake. toa"Di or dered a thirty-two pound long gun equipped for acrvioe, and did not hud out, Pn" til it was discovered that they were too hear* for practical use, that the Kus-ians had used only light thirty-two pound howitaera. French cham.-t seya that he haa dia Miverod that by grinding tea in ihaaamo man. aer as eofloe, beu?re infu*ian. the quanti'y of .'xhilirating fluid obtaiaed ia nearly J' Uolai ,