Newspaper of Evening Star, August 17, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated August 17, 1855 Page 1
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tee evening star, rrBLian?i> every afternoon, (EXCEPT sunday,) jv tU 8'V Bwildings.comer of Feimttlvamiv arrnue and Eleventh street, By w. D. WALLACH, WU1 be i?rved to subscribers by carrier* at SIX AND a QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agents; papers served In packages at 37# tent* per month. To mall subscribers tbe sub scription price Is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF. TY CENTS a yeart* advance, TWO DOLLARS for nx months, and ONE DOLLAR for three months; for lens than three months at the rate of 1!% cents a week. UT SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VI. WASHINGTON, D. C FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1855. AW NO. 81S. the STAB. This aacaUaat Family and Hmm Jounwi?om tainlng a grmur aartoty of iitMisaftan raadiof that c?b be fouud is aay other?to pahllshed oa Ut? day morning run Hingto copy, par to clvbs. rNcoptes H 00 r?i * ? Twaaiy copies ..,U U> IET Cui, utAai*sLT ia sbtahcb KJ*lqrfe conies (In wrappers) can he peorured ?winter. mimwdlateiv after the Issue at tha paper Prk*?Taaaa Cbnts. Post ma bt bbs ? he art as agents will beallowai s commission of twenty per cent. H B'; JEWELR Y. SEMKEN, JEWELER. 330 Pennsylvania ? iwane, between 9th *nd 10th street*. has just rer??lvf<i a new supply of 'ichly-chased Fruit and I,eef Jewelrv,cons1stingof Pin and EarRlngs; ali*>. a variety of magnificent Mosaic and Cameo Jewelry, which heotfersat "reatlv reduced prices. Diamond* remounted. Jewelry of anv de ?rriptton made to order, Enameling done, Gold Pen* re pointed. Coat of Arms and Crease* engraved on stone and metal. Jy 31?tr glenwodo cemetery. Office N?. 999 Pa. ave., corner 10th street, (ovxa tub savise's bank.) THIS CEMETERY is laid out on the plan of the celebrated Greenwood, of New York, and situated on the high ground distant one and a quarter miles north of the Capitol?North Capitol atreet leading directly to the gateway. This Compeuy have secured a charter from Con gre~*. appropriating their ground forever to burial purposes. niak ug a fee title to the purchaser, and prohibiting all encroachments fiont legislation or otherwise, which is of vast Importance to those who wish their dead to repose where they have placed them, for it has beooiue a custom in all other cities* when the burial ground becomes valu able for other purposes, to srll it, and throw the dead promiwously into one large pit, and legal meas ires cannot prevent it, as no titles are given to the ground. N . B ? Office open from 10 to 12 o'clock a. m., where Pamphlets, containing the Charter, By Laws, and a map of the ground, and all other in formation, can be obtained. All orders left with Mr. lames F. Harvey, No. 410?eveiaii street, or any other undertaker, will be promptly attended to. je 18?iy Sl'^ltlER RETREAT. .AKISTON'S PAVILION will be open for the reception of visitor* on the 5th of Jaly. The proprietor's table will be sup plied with the delicacies abounding in theJJliB. waters adjacent to Blakiston's Island He hopes his endenvors to please will Insure him a stiare of patronage from those seeking health or a little quiet from city bus-tie. The Steamers Maryland, Osceola, and Alice C. Price stop regularly at his landing. TKKVS. For one month 830 00 For one week or more, per dav 1 00 For a shorter time, per day.... 1 25 A good band of Cotillon Music is engaged for the season from Washington GEORGE W. BLAK1STON, je <3?2m* Proprietor roas & clvaxs. william Thompson. ELVANS * THOMPSON, DEALERS I!f HABDWARE, COACH TBQflUNGS, Ac, No. 320 Pennsylvania avenue, bttwten Sin:k and Tentk sts. Washing ion, 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 F orks Brass, Britannia. Block Tin and Plated Crva^e sticks, Shovel and Tongs, Walfla Irons, sad Irons Maslln and Beil Metal Kettles, Furnaces, Grid irons, Ovens, &c. BUILDING MATERIALS. Rural Cottage, Closet, Cupboard, Chest, Till, Pad and Trunk Locks # Shuttle. Door, and Blind Hinges, Screws, Cut and Wrought Nails. Bolts Brad's Shutter Screws and Stubb?, Door Springs, Handrail Screws, Door Knobs Bell Pulls, Door Sheaves and Rail, Ac. CABINET MAKERS' GOODS. Heir Cloth, Curled Hair, Moss, Gimps, Sofe and Chair Springs Vsaltlan Bund Ho-;ks, Rack Pulleys, Roller Ends B-ackvts F ura>t ire Nalis Glue, Coffin Handies and Screws, Diamond Screw Plates, Ac CARPENTERS' GOODS. Planes^ S3ws, Drawirg Knives, Spokeehvrrs. Chisels and Gouges. Plane Irons Au*?*rs, Brace* and B 'is. Boring Machines, Eo aiers, UntchfU. D> vela Bevtls, Squares, uifctges, Axes, Ac. BLACKSMi rn A COACH MAKERS'GOODS. Black and Bright Springs, Axles, Felloes, Siiafta. Sookes, Hubs. Hows. Poles Bleigb K unners, Silvered and Brass Bavds, Stump Joints, Stump Collars, Top Props Cnrtain Frames, Lamps. Inside Linings, Lining Silks. Damask, S-.-aming Cords Tufts, Tassels, Buttons, Tacks. Fringes, Laces, and Plain and Enameled Canvass Russia Dock, Enamell-d Leather. Dash Leather, Ac. ELVANS A THOMPSON, je 1?dm 328 Pa. avenue. AMERICAN HOTE'i, No. 466 Pa ar?*?? bttieeen and Qtk itrutt, S HEFLEBOWER A L.. T. LOVETT, PKornimTOM. Jya-oia lOTKII W1REROUM, fee. J WILLIAM PLANT A CO., UNDERTA ? KEKS?resldence-Uw Seventh street, between G and H streets Interment* procured in any ground or oerariery Coffins, Caps, Shrouds, Carriages, Hearse, and every article for int rments of tfee best quality furnished at short no ice, on the Most reasonable terms, and at all h< irs of the alght. Having the exclusive right ?1 Crump's Pateat Corpse Preserver, we guarantee to keep the d?d for any length of time. Jy 11?If DENTISTRY. P B DONALDSON, Dentist, late of the firm of IV. Hunt A Donaldson, continues to manifhcure and insert those beautiful j Kruelain toeth, with or without gums, r specimens of which (made and deposited by t*e late firm) was awarded the first premium at the Mechanics' Institute Fair, recently held in this city. The** teeth are carved and shaded to suit each particular case, and their raesmblanee to the natu ral organs is so perfset as te deceive the most prac tised eye. Particular attention also paid to Oiling and pre ?erviag the natural teeth. Chargas -noderate, and all operations wnmuitwd Office southwest corner of Sevea'.h aad D streets, ?entrance on D. ?arai?Cm DKNTIIT&T. DK MUNHON respectfully calls pahlls atten tion to his new, pateat and great 1? IMPROVED method of setting Ar-1 tlficlal Teeth, with Continuous Gum,s _ the v? rv PERFECTION OF THE ART i nis style of Teeth has the following advantage* over ell others, vii: GREAT STRENGTH. CLEAN LINESS, COMFORT And BEAUTY, vlelng with Nature ;a these respects, and in some others ex^eumg. Public Inspection Is respectfully solic Plea.se call and see specimens. C AU TION ?No other Dentist in the District of Columbia has a right to make this style of teeth. N B?Teeth constitutionally healthy, plugged and w&rran'ed for life. Office and hoise No 298 E street, near the cor ner of Penua. avenue aad llth street. ap 24?tf brittanni.% and planished ware. 'MilA and Coifee Urns, Cod'-* Greques. CotfV* A Biggins, Cotfee F1 iters, CoflTeepots, Teapots. TeaS*-ts, Egg Boilers. Ghaiing Dishes, Imperial Dish Covers, Soup Tart-ens, Castors, Pitchers. Cups, Lamps, Candlesticks, Segar Lamps, Spit toons, Ac , at the Housekeeper's Furnishing Store, 41W Seventh street. GEO. FRANCIS, if 2?tf \f AJ. JAMES'S MILITARY DICTION 1*1. atv. I,UW pages. srarce, *3 >0 Capt. Duckett s Technological MiliUry Diction ary, German, English and French, I vol., octavo, 1 50 Campbell's Na al History of Great Britain, 8 vol, octavo. S7 6U Memoirs of Admiral Sidney Smith, by Sir John Barrow. V R S -J vols, octavo, Si 76 Ths Military Force of Grsat Brluin, by Baron C. Dupin', *4 vols, oetavo, 1 75 MeArthur on Courts Martial, 2 sols, octavo, finely bound. 3 75 TjUtr on Military I-aw and Courts Martial, 1 vol, octavo, flnelv bound, 1 75 Aye on Courts Martial, 1 vol. 50c The Military Acts and Articles of War. by Major Hough, Judge Advocate, Ac, 1 vol, octavo, 1 50 ftlennle's Memoirs of Campaigns, Battlee, Ac , 1 vol, ootavo, 2 a5 Dr".nk water s Stage of Gibraltar, 1 vol, We ?shimmer s #iega? of Vienna. 1 vol, ? ?aie s Man sal oi Military Geography, 1 volt .British MQltary Blorraphy from Alfred to Wel lington I vol, 75 oeiits Lfeu* Col Jebb. Royal Engineers, en strength ening aid defending Military Posts, Houses Hedges, Woods, Walls, 4c., 1 vol, many engravings 79 cents. ?ui- franck Taylor. WEBER'S BAND. THIS old established and favorite band fur nish music as usual for Excursions, Sere nades, Pic Nics, Parties, Exhibitions. 4c., Ac. Orders mav be left at Hilbus 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?am PROSPERI'S CORNET BAND. THIS* Band is suitable for any and ail purposes, and is warranted to give satisfaction to all those who may be pleased to engage them, either is a Brass, Reed, or Cotillon Band. Any number of musicians to be had at the-ahort est notice, by applying to FREDERIC PROSPER!, Leader, at Taltavnll's Store, opposite the Marine Barrack*. N. B.?Orders left at Hilbus A Hitz'sMusic De pot will be promptly attended to. may 25?4m ONE HUNDRED MORE OF those superior Magnol.d Hams, and proba bly all that will 1*- received this season, they ere cured in Maryland according to the old home stead receipt, the quality of which is unsurpassed if equalled, by any other ever introduced here. Tc be had onlyet my store. Also, a fresil lot of that peculiarly fine selected end standard Black Tea at Scents a pound, which 1 have introduced. It te sold only by myself and is now extensively known in the District New comers and others* who have not yet used it are re ferred to the 1 ading members of the Faculty of Washington and Georgetown. Samples fvmisted gratuitously. Bay Water at 25 cents per bottle, or S2 75 pe dozen For bathing purposes It is as cheap a* common spirits Mint, lavender, and Blackberry Cordiils, the very- articles for the prevailing epidemic. Maple Sugar, Fresh Prunes, Ac . with unsur passed varieties of choice family Groceries. Z M P KING, Few steps northeast Jackson Statue. JY 25?tf H FANt V liAIR ORNAMENTS. SEMKEN, JEWELER, No 33o Pa av.. bet 9th and 10th sts., is prepared to make to order any device that ma1 be su,:i;e*tea such as ! lower Bouquets, Bracelets, lfreasi Pins, Ear Hii gs, Chains, Crosses, Rin^s. Cbartelains, Ac. Also. Jet Ornaments for salt. JO* Persons ma> rely upon their own hair be ing used jy 31?tr PEEL S LONDON GREEN GINGER WINk Manufactured from frenci GRAPES. GREEN JAMAICA GINGER SE VILLE OR AN G ES, Ac?This delicious be J erage becomes the greatest favorite wherever it i introduced It i* equally palatable, more whole some, and not half the price of other foreign wine* Many physicians use it exclusively, ana recom mend it to <tll troubled with Flatulency, Dyspep sia, Debility, Cramps. D:arrhc?a and Dysenten Persons subject to Cuills, or living in district* where A<nie or Cholera prevails. find its occasion al use a pleasant and admirable preventive. Mixeo with a little iced-water, it forms the most refre>h ing and wholesome cooling drink in warm weathei that can be taken Price 50 cents per bottle. S5 per dozen. N. B. Country Druggists, Grocers, Ac., find th!? Wine an advantageous addition to their stock i? t a first rate article, sells well, and gives great satis faction Agents, STOTT A CO., Washington, PEE1 A STEVENS. Alexandria; C1SSEL,Georgetown; J. BA EM ER, Baltimore. Jyfi?tf FIRST WARD LIVERY AND SALE STA. BLES. IN announcing to the public of Washington tha. I have taker posse?.* ion, by purchase, m. of the above bibles, o;i G street, ut*ar the War UepartmtPt, (lately occupied by A Schwartz.) I wish to them that it will be ent!rel\ conducted by ih^seli and that all orders left upon the premises will b attended to punctually wi'h elegant Carriages a.M carcful drivers. The Riuing School will be co>; d acted L?y a professional equestrian anil ]>erf*?tiy docile hordes ; having ?uued hours for lady eqrt* tiians, in private or piblic, as they may prefer. Particular attention will he paid to horses kep. at Li verv in his establishment. Persons requiring open barouches or farn'.lv car riage, can be satisfactorily accommodated, e> well as those desiring riding horses for gentltmor or ladies FR1EDERECK LAKEMEYER, Jy *1?3m Axaat. OFFICIAL. Trsascbt Di?AKTje?NT, Aug. 3,1855. Notice is hereby given to holders of ?tock of U?f loan authorized by the act of 1816, redeemable on and after the 12th November, lb36, thut the whole or any part of that stock will be purchased by this department at any time previous to the 30th No ?ember next, for which 3 per cent premium wui be paid in addition to the soma expressed in the oertificatee And to the holdert of the stocks o! the other loans of the United States, that pure ha-es of trie same to thearuount of ?1,3*9,000 will also be made during the same period at the following rates : For stock of the loan of ib42, a premium of 10 per <. nt; for stock tf the loans of Ia47 and iS48, a Sremiuiu of 15 per cent ; and for stock issued un er the act of IfaO, commonly called Texa.s-ln demnity stock, a premium of <J per cent. Interest will also be allowed, at the rate stlpu lated in the certificate*, from the 1st July last to the day of settlement here, with one day in addi tion, to enable the Treasurer's draft to reach the party Certificate* transmitted to this department un der 'he present notice should be duly assigned tc the United States by the party entitled to receive the purchase-money. Payment for these stocks will be made by drafts upon the assistant treasurers at Boston, New York or Philadelphia, as the parties entitled to receive the money may direct JAMES GUTHRIE, au 4?dtNovJO Secretary of the Treasury. SOMETHING TO OLD AND YOUNO. - PROFESSOR. WOOD'S HAIH EESTOEATIVB. THIS preparation, although lees than two years before tue public; owing te Its wonderful ef fects upon the Lumen hair and scalp, has already obtained a celebrity and sale perfectly an paralleled. It has without the ordinary appliance used for such purposes, won it* way, and been heartily woloomed to nor"', of the cities and towns in the United States, the Canada*, and the West India Islands. Nor is this result surprising when Jt Is remembered that it* popularity is bas^d upon its merits, solelv as established by actual tests That this preparation will actually Restore grav Hair to Its Natural Color, produce a luxuriant growth upon toe Leads of the bald, prevent the nair from filling otf, and when used as a tonic ar ticle, produce a continual flow of the natural liuid and thus render the hair soft, glossy and wavv, destroy diseases of the scalp, ana expel dandruff, the eenihcaUis of distinguished gentlemen aou ladies in every part of the country who have tried it, and therefore speak what they know, most ful ly attest. That bv a proper use of this Restorative the hair can be mad< to attain and retain its natu ral color to almost any a^e alotted to humanity, by removing the cause of Ji-ease from the scalp no matter how lous^ standing the concurrent tes timonials of th. press and the ceitiflcatt* of nu merous respe..table individuals of both sexes, to the use of thU curative, as well as of the recom mendations of editors and certificates before allu ded to, can be had of all agents Hkookpikld. Mass., Jan 12, 1-55. Paof. Wood?Dear Sir?Having made trial of your Uair Restorative, it gives me pleasure to say that Its effect has b en excellent iu removing in fiamination, dandruff, and a constant tendency to itching, wi h which 1 have i?een troubled from childhood, and has also restored my hair, which was becoming gray, to its original < olor. I hav? used no other article, with anything like the saiae pleasure and profit. Yours^truiy Pastor of Orthodox Church Brook&eld. Caklylk, 111.. June 27, 1853. 1 have used Prof O. J. Wood's Hair Hestora tlve, and have admired its wonderful effect. My hair was becoming, as I thought, prematurely gray: but by the use of his "Restorative it has resumed Its original color, and I bay* doubt, permanently so SIDNEY BREE S E, Ex-Senator United State*. Pso?. Wood Dear Sir?My hair commenced Tailing off some three or four years since, and con tinned to do so until I became quite bald. I tried all the popular remedies of the day, but to no ef fect, at last I was induced to use your celebrated Hair Restorative, and am very happy to say It la doing wonders 1 haw now a fine gTowth of yoang hair, and cheerfully reeommeud its ate to all similarly afflicted A. ? WILLIAMSON, 13S Second timet. Attrees O, J. WOOD A CO.. Proprietor*. TCB Broadway, New Yortt, and 114 Market street, St. Louis, Mo C STOTT A CO , wholesale and mall Agent, W-rWQ.S>?YOTT A SONS, General Whola?U? Agent. Philadelphia. Pa ao 1-1; EDUCATIONAL. YOUNG LADIES' CLASSICAL INSTITUTE, 490 E street, bettean 5tk and 6tk, (Removed from No. it Indiana avenue.) STEPHEN H. MIRICK, A. M ., Priwci*al. THE next Academic year of this School, (form erly under the care of Rev R. W. Cusbman, D D., but for the last two years in charge of the present Principal,? will commence Monday. Sep tember 1U. Kxperienctd teachers are em ployed in every department Every b aneh of a solid and ornamental edu< atlon is taught, and di plomas are given to those who complete the pre scribed course. Circulars, giving further information, can be ob tained at the bookstores and by application to the Principal. au 7?eo2m EMERSON INSTITUTE. A Select Classical and Mathematical School tor Boys. 'PHI* In?titnte is located on I! street, one door I. from the corner of 12th. The next Academic vear will commence the tirst Monday in Septem ber. Terms: per quarter, for full course, ?15. Eng lish bran- hes, S10. OH AS B. YOUNG. AM, Principal, au 9?eotf T I I rrui i J1 Ol SELEC T CLASSIC AL AKD MAT11EMAT It'AL ACAOEMY HE dutle- of th's Institution will tye resumed on Mondav, September 3d. Theuumherof scholars being limited eaily applications from the former patrons of the School are particularly re quested The Principal can be seen at his residence, No 91 West street, Georgetown., on aud after the 20th August Terms: Per quarter, of II weeks, ?12 50. French and Drawing extra. au 7?eotf P A BOWEN, Principal GEORGETOWN FEMALE SEMINARY. rllHE next Annual Session of this Institution 1. will commence on Monday, September 3d i'unctual at endance Is requested, and application lor admission m ist be early made Catalogues with cot.rse of studies and terms, to be had on application to the Principal au 8?eotSeplO WILLIAM J CLARK. ROSE VALE SEMINARY, Near Bladej.sburs Depot. MiE exercises of this School will be resumed on MON L>A V , September 3 1?55 The iar^e airy room. now in eourse of erection will ben ad f >r use, which will add much to the comfort and ? inveiiienc of the pupils For further particulars address Mrs D JONES, (Principal.) Illaden-iburg, Md. au 11? 2awim M. A. TYSON 4c SISTER'S FEMALE SELIiNAEY FOE DAY PUPILS, Fstreet, let. 12(4 and 13iA, Washington MI E duties of this institution will be resumeo on the 15th SeptemWr and, in connexior with the above, they \*ish also to inform their pa ' aud others that they intend opening an es ->i>lishment for boarding pupils on the 1st of Nn ? mber next Tne latter is situated on the railroad and turn pike, sixteen miles from the city, and two south a-t of Laurel village For particulars, circulars may be had at th* principal bookstores in Washington and Balti OOlt. au 4?ditAeodtSeptl5 MISS ROSA MOORE'S SEMINARY. "IE duties rf this In-tlt i'lon will be resumed on Monday, Sep'en ber 3d For terms, ate , apply tothe Principal, No. 35! Sixth street, between II and 1. au 15?eolm HUNTER'S ACADEMY. 'IMIIS Instituton will be open in Forrest if all. X Georgetown, on Monday. 27th August, for the leception of p ipils. The course of Stnd^s will embrace a thorough Fn^.li h education. The La in and French languages will also be taught if desired. Particular attention will be paid to the mora' ..?hnracter of the pupils. nnd now will be retained ?vhose conduct niav havear. unfavorable influence upon tho other pupils. CHA9. S HUNTER Geo>Tr??own, Aug. II?eot27tb FVJAR Ol NO AND DAY SEMINARY FOR Vol Mi LADIES, Mrs GEN. T. T. WHEELER, Principal. Ml E duties of this I nstitution wih be resumed on Mondav, th"3d of Septem>?er, at the cor ner of Bridge and Wash in gum streets. Entrance fo* Pupils ? n Washington street Mrs. Wheeler respectfully solicits a continuance of the patronage ste ha* *o IP^erallViOreived from the public, and for .which she tenders her sincere thanks. Circulars can be cbtalned on application to the Principal. au 13?eolin GEORGETOWN < OLLEGF, D C. next session of this Institution will com A mence on Monday, theMd of 8eptembe.. The Ere^aratory department and collegiate course are otti conducted by able and experienced Profes sors, who devote themselves to the moral and in tellactual advancement of those confided to their care. A large and spacious building has just been completed to be used exclusively for the accom modation of the younger students. Their dormi tory, play grounds, studv hall, class rooms, Ac., will be entirely distinct from those of the other students, and officersespoci&llv assigned will at tend them lu their pastimes and preside over their studies A complete separation will thus be ef fected between the younger and older students, the advantages of which must be apparent to ail those who have the least experience in the educa tion of youth. The observatory of the College, its extensive Philosophical apparatus, rich and v iried libraries, and Cabinet of 'lineials, Geo.oglcal Specimens aud Shells, afford tothe Students of this Institu tion advantages rarely to bo met with B A MAGUIKE. an ft?dim President. E WESTERN AC ADEMY. Crner Seventeenth and I streets, Washington. \ SELECT SCHOOL will be opened on tho lirst Monday in September, for boys. N umber limited to twenty-live. For particulars see circulars at the Bookstore, or ea!l at the School Room after August 22d. Jy*??eo#w* 8. L LpOMlS, A M. FAIR. HILL BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, Sandy Spring, Montgomery county, Md. ?|MIE ninth term of this Institution will com I mence on the 10th day of the ninth inonti (September) next. t-irculars containing the needful Information Id ird to the School c*n be obtained bv those whe l?*-ire it, by addres-sinij, at Oluoy Post Office. Montgomery county, Mar.land, R. S. KIRK,ot W M. H FAKUIJHAR K^fer to Jno. T. Towers, Lambert Tree, W. D. Wallach. Je 30?iaw9w I FANCY GOODS, TOILET ARTICLES, Ice. \VrE invite attention to our large ?tock of Combs, * f Brushes, Pomades, Extracts, Cologne, Bay Water, Ac., which we are prepared to offer at greatly reduced prices Also, con-tan Uy on hand a general assortment of Fancy Good-., Fans, Glows, Hosiery^ <lc., to gether with a fashionable stock of millinery, to which additions are constantly being mad- of the ' newest and most desirable stylus The attention of the 1 tdies is particularly Invited to this depart ment of our business, which is under the charge ol Miis Thompson. HUTCHINSON A MUNRO Jy 28?tf 310 Penn ave., between 9th A 10th sts. PURE BOSTON ICE. A PLENTIFUL supply of the above indispen sable article will t>e kept on hand throughout ihe season, at the "Eidorado House," Pa avenue between 3d aud I ^ streets, where families resid ing ui the neighborhood can t>e supplied in large or small quantities, at the lowest rates CLEMENT REYNOLDS N. B.?Choice Wines, Brandies. Cigars. Ac. Dinners, Suppers, Ac., supplied In goodstyle, as usual, at shortest notice. au 7?eolra JORDAN'S WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS FREDERICK COUNTY. VA ? Opened on the 15th of June. From Baltimore, Wash ingMn or Cumoerlandlnearlv morning trains to Harper's Ferry, thence oy Winchester"^? Railroad to Stephenson's dopot; from depot 1% miles in coaches to Springs Ln time to diae same day. Rioe's cotil'on band engaged Sulphur bafhr. Medicinal effects ol water well known E. O * R. M JORDAN A BRO. jv ??enftw HOWARD'S U. S. SUPREME COURT Report*, vol 17, just published and for sale by FRANC* TAYLOR ' ir * EXCURSIONS, &0. grand excursion AMERICAN RIFLEMEN, TO PliiEY POINT, On THURSDAY, Angui 81, 1W5. THE AMERICAN RIFLEMEN take pleasure in announcing t!? their frietid. m ? *uK"*~*> and the public generaliv that they flKie, t tXjj i have chartered the swift end ^iermiasteamer BALTIMOR K. for the purpose of eivint: an ex cnrsion to that favorite watering plice, PINEY POINT, on THURSDAY, August 23d. Ovring to tbe disappointment of many person* to accompany the laie excursion to Piney Point, in consequence of tbe . rowded state of tbe boat, and as so many persons are d:*sirou>of visitine ? hat far famed watering place, as well a* to v.ew the beautiful soenerv along our majestic river a- d nay, the American Ritiemen ha\r been prevailed upon by their friend* and the cit.zens generally, to give aii excursion, on Tuursda ?, tbe Vod, when an opportunity will be give to all who may avail themselves, t?? enj v a ric i trent. Arrangements have l>en made with the captain of the boat to be a' Pine-- Point at 3 o'clock. when any one wishing to parttke of the hospitalities of the Mansion, the invi crating ba.h. or :ht.- d liea cies of the season, a fine opportunity will be af 1 >rded. Being desiros $ of gp. ing 'a i^firti on to our pa t:ons we *ave (positively) lir?.ii*-d the number of our tickets to oe^sold, and the Committee hav? determined on no account to permit any improper persons on i,oard thesieam-r The boat uvi leave the wharf at the foot rf nth >;reet it o'clock, so tfiat we w ilt be ena? l^d to ''?acb Washington at 12 o'clock p. m. Will stop at A:exa aria at 7% o clock. Itb?ing impor ant to save tune the boat will not stop at the Navy \ ard Arrangeins t* have however, been m d" to hav- Omni busses in wait :nt; to convey peisons frcrn the Navy \ .ird and 'Georgetown to the t>oat, also for the r conveyance <o their homes, on the return of the ex' union The Riflemen have fixed me price of ti< k?ts for le round trip at the mw rate of TWO DOi* I AKS. admi'lin.r a gentleman and two ladies. 'o b: had of tho Committee, or at the boat on the moroiug ?f the a?ci ;rsiou. A tine f j.-h! Is en^a ni for <h?* oc asion Refreshments, inc.uding Dinner an j Supper, w ill be pro vided by an experienced caterer, atcuy prices. Committee of Arranz<m+mr. Lieut. R. T Knight. Private ..no. V Donn, Ensign Cbas Ive-nbie, Private S. W Conner, S rg*t Wm. Gibso ?. au 14 GB AND FIESUfE'?'* A^D CTVIC Excursion and pic niu OF THE Frank linFireCompany, TO TUB WIliTE HOUSE PAVILION. rj^HK members of the Franklin Fire Company J- take pleasure in announcing to ^gTP'j~ the Firemen. their friends and pu'ilic generally that tiiey have charteied ti e salt and commodious st?amer Geo. Washington, and willtfivea Grand K.<ci'r<lon and Pic .Nictothe WHITE HOUSE PAVILION, on WEDNES DAY. August 2"id The Company pledge themselves that no trouble or expense will be spared to make this one of the nost pleasant, gay, and recherche Excursion of the season. A celebrated Cotillon Band has been engaged for the occasion. 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OH1RTS?SHIRTS.?We have Just received iO a largo and line assortment of Gentlemen's best u*lity white and colored Shirts, which ws will spose of at the lewest New York prices WALL * STEPHENS. SSI Pa avenue, next door to Iron Hall au 2?tf ? BLANK BOOKS of all kinds and sizes for sale at unusually low prioee jyW 1 V FKAWCK TAVLOK au di EVENING STAR. Aff INCIDENT IN THE KEV0LTJTI01T In tli? summer of 1779. during one wf the darkest period of oor revolutionnry struggles, in the ."in*li village of S ?, in lVni.syivauia. lived V?, one of the finest and truest pa trol? w thin the l-miis of the 4401d Thirteen." *nd d ep in the confidence of Wa-hiug'on. L'ke most meu ol his time ib*i substxnco, ii?had furnished uiin-elf wiih anus and ammunition sufficient tc arm the males'of his ht??seb?>ld. The** consisted of !Hree pons and ah ut twen f ty-five negr >es. The female part of Lis house I consisted of hid wife, one d u0'hVT. Catharine, j about eighteen years of age, the heroine ol i our tale, and Several slaves. In the tfceond I story of his dwelling-h<u->e, imrae liately ove? I the front door, was a sn.a'1 ro ui called ?? the armory,'" in wbi:h the aims wete deposited, and always kept ready for immedi 'tc u?v. About the time we introduce our story the neighborhood of ourviJlage was much annoy uJ by the nocturnal prowling and depredation* oi J numerous Tories. Ir wsson a calm, bright Sabbath-afternoon iti the aforesaid rammer when Judge V. an<l hisf.imily, with the t-x.-epiion of bis daughter Catherine and an o'.d indisposed slave, wcr attending scrvire in the village church. Not a breath disturbed the Serenity of the atmos phere?not a sound profun* d the sacred still ness of the day. The linus were da-geiou md Ca* ha rice and the o!d .''are rein -ined in the house until the return of the family from church. A tap was Lea d at the front ?io >r 44 Surely." ai J Catherine to the slave, ?* ti.?. family have not yet come home?church can"' be di-tnis-ed." The rap was repeated. "I will see who it is," .?a: 1 C itharinc, ?? eh<; rin uji stairs into the aim ry. On ope, - i g the windows snd hiking d<?wn she saw six n en "tsi ding at tho frwit d-ror and on the op juBite Hide of the street, three of whom sbe know w.-re T ?rics, who formerly re-ided in th<~ vi lage There names were V in Zii.t. Finley and Sh?ldoi>; the other tl.r e w- r* strafe* but she had reason to belie\e them to be ol the s mie political Jt:?mp, from the Company in a hi* h -he f< u:.d them Van Zaiit was a notorious character, an ! ?be number and enormity of his crimes had r -ndeial bis naui-j in'"t?.i us in the vici i y S >t a .. urder r n?l>b. ry was ;omm"tt _*d with n ?n c of tb't he <i< i :. i gel the ereii: of plmni ig or executing. T' e cbsricterof Fm l y and dbeldon were als? ueej* y named w.tu ciime, but Van Zant was a unifier-spirit of in iquity. The appearance of such characters, under su-'h circuui-ta.'ccs. ibuj* I a\e been t. uiy tlarinirig to any y mug lady of C Uia - ? age, u not to any lady, y.yung or oid iiut C thaiine V pooS.-sM d bei father's it. '? 111# spirit of tie t.rnes." Vau Z.n.t w is standing on the ?t?K>p rapping at the <ioor, wailo his companions were talking in a whis per ou the opp-7-:?te side ol' the w y. " 13 Juu?e V at home?" askel Van Zant, when'he paw Catharine at the window above.? 44 H? is uoU" ?'ud the. 4'^Vcba\e business of pressing importance wit!? hi'ii. and if vou will open the d^or,'" said Van Zant. ?* we wi i w^lk i-. until fce returns." ' a;.i i t'athaiinc. 44 when be went to churcb he left p irticutar directions not to h .ve the d or oj>e.ii d until ho <n i hi-, fimily ie turned. You had batter call whou church is dismissed." 44 No, I'll not,'' returned ho, 44 we will enter now or ntvor." 44 Impossible." oriel she, " you rann ?t enter until ho returns." 44 Open the door," cried he, " or wo'll l-'eak it down, end burn you and the houeo up to gether." S? saying, b*> throw him*elf with all the f>rce be pus- ?*ed ?gain.-t tho door, at the same time culling upon bis comptuioiis to .is *''t him. Tbe door, however, resisted thoir efforts. 44 Do not attempt tbat airain," sa:d Catha rine, *? or you iie a dtud m.?n " Mt the sam" time presenting fpim tbe window a htavy b >raoni id's pistol. reaOy cockad. At the sight of this formidable weapon the companions of Van Zmt, who had crossed the street at bis call, retreated. 44 What," cried tbe leader, 4' you coward*! are you frightened a? the threats of a girl ?" and again lie threw biiuself violently against tho door. The weapon was iu>mediately dis charged. ant Van Z mt fell. Tue report was beard at the churefc, and males and females rut-lied out t> ascertain the cause. Ou looking towards the residence of Judge ) . they pareeived fivo man running ?t full sj>eed, to wnom the Judge's negroes and several others gave chase; at.d from an upper window of his resi?tenoe a handkerchief was waving, as if beckoning f->r aid. All rushed towards tbe pla,-e, and upoo their arriv.il V m Zaut w.is in the ironies of death, lie still retained strength en ugh to aoknowle?tge that they Ka?J !ou^ contemplated robbing that bou-e, and bad fnquently b en ooncealcd in tho neighborh<K>d tor tbat j ar pme, but uo opportunity had -ff red until tba' d iy. wuin ly og oonoealad in the woods, they saw the Judge and his iamily ^oiag te citurch. The body of the dca 1 Tory wa< taken and buried by the scxtouof the cburch as he hid no relatives in the vicinity. Aitor an absence of two hour? or there abouts, tbe negr<*-s icturned, hnvin^ suocee'l td in capturing Finley and oue of tue Grang ers, who were that night confined, md the next in- ruing at the earnest solicitation if Judge V , liberated on the promise of auicLding their lives It wa< in tbe month of October of th3 tamo y;ar that Catharine V w silting by an upper oaek wii.uow iu her lather's bouse Wit ting; though autumn, the weather was mrd, and the window was boioied about tlirwu inch es. About sixty orseveuiy feet fi?m the rear of the bouse was a barn, a huge old-fashioned cdifice, with upper and lower foldn g-doors; and accidentally casting her eyes towards the barn she saw a rinall door (on a rungu with the frunt door at.d window at wbioli she wu siiting) open, and a number of men eater. The occurrence of summer immediately pre sented itself to her miud. aud tbe fact itiather father and the other male.-' of tho fitai'y were at work iu a fie d ai some distance fr ua tbe bouse, led ber to nuspect that tuat opp>rt uni ty had beeu lai^roVcU by some of Vau Zml's lrieuds to plunder ana revengo bis death. Concealing herself behind th. eurtaius. s e iiinrowiy watched tbeir movements, bne ?, u man's bead siowiy r*>ng above the door ana ^pp^iently recennoitenng the premises, it was Fiuley's. l'ne.r object wis cow evident. Going t,tbe armory, the selected a wel.-load*il musket, itiiil resumed her place by the win low. Kneel ing upon the floor, she laid tbe musi>e of the wtsapou upon tbe wiudow-sill, between the window curtaius, and taking deliberate aim, she tired ? What effect she nad produced sbe knew not, but saw several men nurryuig out of tbe barn by tho same door they bad en tered. The report brought her tatuer aud hi< workmen to the hou^e, aud going to the baru, the dead body of Finley lay on the floor. Catharine V afterwards married a Cap tain of tbe Continental army, aud she lives, the honored mother of a numerous and respec taule line of descendants. Tbe old house is also 4in the land of the living,' and bas been iho scene of many pranks cl tbe writer of this tale, in tbe bey-day of miiichievoas boyhood. jyOn some lots near this town (tays tbe Winchester Virginian) may be teen the cbti ual spectacle of a second growth of wheat roin tne stubble of the gathered crop c m > t Uks shown to us were between one and .wo feet high, and exhibited imperfectly formed ueadsof about-half the common site. A COOK HUNT IH A FE2JCY COU5TEY. Really it's a*toni*hin' what a m ia?t >aa eight of mischief thcr? i? in a p?nt of rum! if one of 'em was to b? submitted to annlyaa ?on. m the great doctor* call it. it b?* found to contaiu ell manner of devilment tnat. ever entered the bead of man. from cuaain' ,md stealin' up to tnardcr and whippin' hi* own mother, and nonsense enough to turn all the men in the world out of their ecnaea. If a mm gets a badness in hiui. it will bring it int. ju t as *a.-rafrai tea does the jaeaslct; and if he's a good for-uothin' eort of a fellow, without no bal traits in pertikler, it will bring out all his greatness. It alf.ets different people in different ways?some it miikes rich and hap^y, and some poor and nist rable ; end it h ?* a different effect <>n dif erent people's eye?^??>dc it m^kes see dou ble an-l some it makes so blind that they ? nut t >11 themselves from a side of bacon. Ojc of ?ae worn rase? of rum foolery that I re heard ui for a loi g time, took place in Piw*vill? la?t r*n. Bill 8*reeny nnd Tom Cu'pepper 1: the two ^reatefct old Coveys io our setti mont for c -oa l.uutiu'. The fact if. th*y don't do much of a. y thing el.se, ard when thry can't catch no thin' you may depend on"t coon* i? scarce. Well, o e tii/ht thoy had ev^iytbiug ready for a re^ 'nr l<ust, but owin' to som? extra rood fortin'. Tom had got a pocket pistol, aa h called it. nf reg'lar old Jam ik?y. to ke*p offtLe rumaties. After takin' a go??d startin' ;i >rn, they went out on their hunt, with their li .?ht-wood torch blaxin' and the dog* a bar kin' and yelpin' like forty thousand Every now ? ? d then st .ppin* to wait for the d?>g">, ihey would drink "ue another's beilth till they ^?'g:?n to feel very comfortable, and <>batte4 w.iy 'bout one thin^ and another. Bim-ty irjpycomo to a fence. Weil, over they got, writtv'ut much d'ffi ul'y. " Wuo's fei.ee is this said Bill. " *T <ir.t no matter,si Tom, "let's take Mimeihin' t?< drink." Af$er takin' a drink they went on, won lerfti' what on aiitb h :d com of the dogs. i\'ext {biiig they cum to was a U. -^Mc maddy ? ranch. After | u!lin" thro' the briar? and gettin' on t'other fide, they tok <iD' t'aer driuk( ?.ad after g wine a little wayi. they cum to another fenee. a m nstrms hifch one thi- hum. '? Whar upon airth is we got to. Cul ?*p per ?" sea Bill. 441 never scol such a heap of branches and fences i?< these pjrts " 44 Why." set Tom, 44 it'a all olj Sturlid'a i<>in??y >n know he's always I uildia' fe? cea a d inakin' infernal improvement*. aa La c.lls 'em Bat, never mini, we'i through 'em now. 4*Recon wc isn't'' set Bill, 44 here's the al! fir dfcnl fenco yet." .Sure onough. tbsrthey was, right agin ano ther fen <*e By tuis time they begun to be c-jnaiderable tired and limber in tiie joint*, i nd i* wai such a teriible hi^h f? :ico ioax dropped tbe last piece o# the torch, and that tiiey wis in the dark. ?"Now yon is done it!" says Bill. Tom know'd he bad but he thought it waa no ase to grieve over spilt milk, hi say* he, 44 Never mr.;d. old ho<?, cum ahead and I'll tkeym >ut," and the next minit, ker?lasb, b.; wef t into the w.iUsr. Bill hun<r ?n the fence with both bands lika he tho't he w is *lewiu: round to throw hiiu oC " Ilello. T, m !" ott he, 4- whar in tbe world ia you got to?" ?4ii :elia." s< i Tom, sp-utin'the wat^r oat of his mouth, ard eough'U* like he'd swal lowed soruclhiu'?'* look oat, t^#re'a aiH..ber fc anch here " N'auio of eense whsr is we?" art Bill. 44 If tais iaa't a fancy country dad fetoh my 44 Yef, and a branety one. too." set Torn, 44 and the highest and deepest and tbickMt that I ever setd iu all my l orn days." 41 Wiiieh w:ij is you ?' set Bill. 4<Ilerv'. rigbt over the branch " 44 Ci>me ahead," nays Tom. -4let's go home." 4'Cum tnunder, I iu fuch a p'a*.e a~ this, whar a man 4 aint got his coat tail unhitched from a fenoe, 'fore he's over his head and ears iu water." After gettin' oat and feelin' about in tbe dark, thej got tafMucr a^in. Alter takin* another diiuk, they s t out for hoiue. d ? - uouncin' the fences and bmnche^, and helpin' one another up now and then; but they hadn t g >ne xnore'n twenty yards 'fore they brung to a halt by another fence. 441) id bl <me my pictur," set Bill, if I don'% th'ink we is bewitched. Who upon airth would build fences all over creaiiou tuis way *" It wa< about an boor's job to get over this one; but after tbey got on the t >p they found thu grour.d on the other side without much tr ubie. This time the bottle was broke, and they cam monstrous near haviug a fight over the catastrophe. But it wa? a very good tuing, i* was; for, alter cr >s-ing two or thr?a braueu c?, and ciimbiu" as many m >ra fence* it got t) be d tylight* a i l they fou id that mar n*D aiRir CI'Imiun' raa sank ranca all sivmt, not m>.rc u a haudrcd yaids from wuar they first unio to ;t Bdi 6w caney sea he ean t looount for it in no otnar way wit tLat the liekt-r eort o' tuiued their beadx; and ue ae* he does raaly a< heva if it hadu t a gio odi, they'd been ciimbi.i' tae came fence aad wadln the auiau braueh till low. Bdl pruoai^d his Vife trj j u? tbe temperance society, if she w^al 1 navcr a*y ua OKre about that cjon auut. Sl?rerLAE ChaBOB AQA19H A PXBBBT ? Tue Cii.eeunati Commeraial aays a habeas o-ir j?us was saed out by a party, to recover the po*?e8'4 m of bis daughteis, aifed rtspeelively n-venteen and h.teeu years, fivm tb?? custody of their unele. was heard by Jadge 6t<jrer. of Cincinnati. The children reittsad to go w-.ib their father, alleging that be compel!*" them t > t-teal for a living, and whipped tJtem whea tliey did not do it. The father deiMed th? chirge in toto. but tbe girls, when eoafi1""*! with hiia, persisted in their etatements Jud*e Sb<rer has laid tbe case over for further in quiry until tbe 14lu in-tint. leaving the gir a waa tneir uucle. and diieotin# th:a tii? latber iiouid have the liberty of visiung them. Ad iipplicatum had been pr?viously made to Judge Burgoyue, on bubalt of the dhugntera, tor tae appointment of a guardian, . u ige B. fc?nt lor the father, who, after hearing their Kt itemmtf in the presence of tbe court, denied tiiem, and put a few interr igatorica to the daughters. 4,I* there n it family worship eveiy ? voning in my bouse?" 4'Vea," replied ^b? -mirtly. ,4there t1, and plenty of curaiug and weariugafter it." Judge Burgoyue sai l that he would appoint a guardian, if the charges ^ou!d be ouh'.ained, and de erred disposing of lite application mad a to him until the lxh inatant. Ax India* is Trouble ?A paper publish ed iu Paria, La Progrws, h.is tbe following ao count of the sensation produced by the ?p iK-aruice of aa Indian millionaire on tba Ciiampji Elysees: 44 Among the airanicera n Piris. ihere are neoescariiy many ex'reniely eecentrio in dreats aiyle, and^ feature oraay all the world on the Champa Ely see* wondered at a splendid-looking mai of great height, magnificently dressed in oriental coe .uiue, bearing bimself nobly, and walxing at a dignified maK-etio gait It was report*d uiat he waa an Indian pnnee, or a millionaire :i .bob His dress seemed to consist principal ly of cashmeres and jewels, hit features w?-ia r -;alar and framed in a luetrons blaek beard. We judged him to be about twenty-eight rr thirty year* old. Aa he marohed along, aaai y v.-nng ladiee deeeended fro* their earria^ca, ^r.d pla?ed thetneelvee in sneh piaiuoos thai ;aey oonid cot fail to oao aad be eeaa e^tna .rvaltby stranger Their taaueuvera, ia efleet iag this, were aMiaivsjy amaaing to bbob. The names of the ladies who were u ivertiee ihems?lvee were of ?ooroe rea?ewbec_ ed and bruited aboat"

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