Newspaper of Evening Star, August 28, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated August 28, 1855 Page 1
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the evening star, rUBLISHKO EVfKV AFTEKJOOM, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) Jt tkt St'ir Bmldi***, corner of Penniyltami* aremme <*a?i Eleventh street, By w. D. WALLACH, Wul bo served to subscribers by carriers at SIX iNU A (4UARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the A^-nts; paper* served In packages at 37% oenn per month. To mail subscribers the sub scription price I* THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY OLNTS a year inadreuut, TWO DOLLARS for six mouths, and ONE DOLLAR for three months; for less than three months at the rate of l*J)f rents a wcvk. CT SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VI. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1855. NO. 827. THE STAR. This oxoeUeat Fatnll? and News Journal?con talnlng a great** variety of latero?tta? readl tfaaa ran be round la My olber??* published am Satur day morning. miit Single copy J per annum 10 TO CLVII - Five copies ?* ren copies ? um Twenty copies .....If 10 1CT Ca.B, iRVituiLT III asvaitcc. H7" Slnglecoples (In wrapp?r?v can be procured at the counter, lmmedt*t?ly after the Issue at the jMipr. Price?TnaicB Cbsts. Post mast kbs who act as agents will be allowed a commission of twenty p?r cent. JOBS *? II-TAti- WILLIAM THOMPeOM. SLVAJIS * THOMPSON, DIALERS IN EARDWARE, COACH TRIMMINGS, Ac., No. 3-ib Ffuatylraala HTrnne, iiitiKX iVi?M and Tenth tit, Washington, D. C. HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE. Britannia, German Silver, Albata and Silver Pla ted, Tea, Table and Dessert Spoons Carver* and Forks, Steels, Knives with and with out F orks Bnw, Britannia. Block Tin and Plated Candle sticks, Shovel and Tongs, Waffle Irons, Sad Irons Maslin and Bell .Metal Kettles, Furnaces, Grid irons, Ovens, Ac. BUILDING MATERIALS. Rural Cottage, Cli*?et. Cupboard, Chest, Till, Fad and Trunk Locks Shuttle. Door, and Blind H inijea, Screws, Cut and Wrought Nails, Bolts ' Brad's Shutter Screws and Stubbs, Door Pprlngs, Handrail Screws, Door Knobs Bell Pull*, Door Sheaves and Rail, Ac. CABIN FT MAKERS' GOODS. Ba'.r Cloth, CurU d ilair, Moss, Gimps, ^ofa and Chair Spring s Venltian Blind Hrs?ks, Back Pulleys, Roller Ends Brackets, F umltnre Nails Sloe, CoiB-i Handles and Seiews, Diamond Screv* Plates. Ac CAR PENTEItS' GOODS. Planes, Saw*, Drnwinj; Knives, Spc.keshnvca, Chisels and Gouges, Plane Irons Augers. Braces and Bitts, Boring Alachlues, Ei? tners, Hatchet*, Devel.s Bevels, Squares, Guages, Axes, Ac. BLACKSMITH A COACH MAKERS'GOODS. Black and Bright Spri.igs, Axles, Felloes, Shafts, Spokes, IIubs. Bows, Poles Sleigh R unners, Silvered and Bras6 Bands, Stump Joints, Stump Collars, Top Props Curtain Frames, Lamps, Inside Linings, Lining Silks. Damask, Seaming Cords Tufts, Tassels, Buttons, lacks. Fringes, Laces, and Plain and Enamelled Canvass Russia D- S, Enamelled leather, Dash Leather, Ac ELVANS A THOMPSON, JeMm _32rt Pa. avenue. GLEN WOOD CEMETERY, Office No. Pa. ave., corner 10th street, (OVER THE SAVING'S BA.XK.) TBIS CEMETERY is laid out ou the plan of tuecelei>rated Greenwood, of New York, and situated on the high ground distant one and a quarter miles nwth of tue Capitol?North Capitol street leading directly to the gateway. This Company have secured a charter from Con gress, appropriating their ground forever to burial purpote>. making a fee title to tlie purchaser, and proaibitin^ encroachments from legislation or otherwise, which i* of vast importance to those who wish their d?-ad to repose where they have placed tht xi. for it has beoome a custom in all other t iti?-s when the burial ground Incomes valu able for otaer purposes, to sell it. and throw the dead promiscousiy into one large pit, and le-^al mea* ?res cannot prevent it, as no titles are given to the ground. N. if?Oslice open from 10 to 12 o'clock a. in., where Pamphlets, containing the Charter, By Laws. aad a map of the ground, and all other in formation. can l>e obtained All orders left with .Mr. James F Harvey. No. 4 ltl Seventh street, or any other undertaker, will be promptly attended to. je 18?ly AMERICAN E0IFL, No. 4 56 Pa ar?w*?, befet n 1^ nndttk strf.ts, 8. HEFLEBOWFR A L T. LOVETT, riortiiioM. Jy 5?Cm ? OFF IN WAREKOOM, Ac. J WILLIAM PLANT A CO., UNDERTA ? KF.RS?residence418 Seventh _ street, between G and H streets Interments pro ured in inygionnd - -3 or cemetery CotS?s, Of ps Shronds. Carriages. Hesr^e. and every artlc'p for interments' of the best g uilty fu'nl htd at *hcrt notice, on the roost reasonable terms, and at all hours of the night. h^?in.< fee exclusive rli?ht o? Crump's Patent Corpse Preserver, wt guarantee to k'*ep ?he dead for length of ':oje. jy 11?ly DENTISTRY. RU BO\ALDSO.N', Dc:.tlst.lateof the firm of ? Hunt A Pwald-i. , continues to ? manuftr:.-' a i ...? rt tn >-c beautiful <?i_, porcelain t?-cta, w *.h cr without gums, for spwlrnw of which (:r?de and depc-slted by the lau ?r ?:) was awarded the first premium at the MecLinics' Institute Fair, recently held In this city. These teeth are <v?.'vtd aad ? haded to suit each particular c<ue, and their resemblance to the natu ral organs j ?o perf.t: aa to deceive the most prac tised eye. ? Part: ouiir attention a'.so paid to filling and pre ?ervln^ the r.at iral teeth. Charges : moderate, and ail oporatlors warranted Odkct pj .ihwest corner cf Seventh and D streets. Lenuonc. oa D mar 21?Cm DENTISTRY. DU. MUNSON respect! 11 y call3 public atten tion to his new. paten! and <?reat- .ftf Iv LMPK< r* ED method of tettln^ Ar- *n(l tlflcial Teeth, with Continuous H7_ | r ? theverv PERFECTION OF THE ART. ibis style of Terith bas tae following advantages over *2 others, rix: GREAT STRENGTH. CLEAN LINESS, COMFORT a^d BEAUTY, vielng with Nature in these re-pec's, and in some others excelling. Putile inspection is respectfully solic ited Plea* j caU and see specimens. CAUTION ?No other iJ*-.*t;?t In the District of Columbia has a right to make this stvle of u-t th. N.B?Teith constitutionally healthy, plugged tad warranted for life Oific<* and hoc?" No. E stroet, near the cor ner of Fenna. a.euue aad ilih street. ap *i-tf JUST RECEIVED AT JOE SHILLING ton's Frriudicai Depot? Memoirs ?,f iue Rev. S\dney Smith, edited by Mrs Austin Panama in ls^. an account of the Panama Rail road. of tne cities of Panama and Aspin wail, with skeU'nes of Life and Character ou the Isthmus, by Robert Tomes Letters to the Peo,.le on Health and Happiness, by Catheriue E He^cher Memoirs of Jame? Gordon Bennett, and his Times, by a Journalist The Escaped Nun Banker's Da^hter, 2d vol, by Rcppolds Ro-k- Milton, a romance. J SHILLINGTON'S, Odeon Building, corner Pa. av. and st. au*l? A CARD. \TRS. E. PHILLIPS, N;?. 401 Sixth street, iv.1 bet xetra G a.id II streets, desires to inform the citizens of Wrash!ngton and vicinity, that ?he is now prepared to give Instruction* ou the PIANO FORTE. Sue has t-a^ht music in some of the principal cities cf the Union and has testimonial* showing that she is fully coin Detent t?? d "har^e tjo duties of her profession to the ?a*Ufac:.on of t nose who may favor her with their patronage. Terms . #io for si lessons, at her residence, or 91*2 at the residence of her pupils. Je U?euim* NATIONAL HOTEL. NORFOLK, VA B- B. W iLTtits, Froprietir. TAVING p'>rchas>d the above well known es l tab!i*hn?n', 1 re*p*-tf;illy inform mv ..??U friends aid the traveling p iblte, that the !!!| house his b?-en thoroughly renovau-d ? n newly f irn'.st.ed ihrougUo?it. and Is open f ?i the receptloa of pe:ma:i->iit ;-.Md trans.entV ard ers. I r-turn mv sincere thanks t.? my friends and the public generally for the li.>er,l patronage ex tended to in? for the last twenty-three years, and respectfully solicit a continuance of the same, as suring tlieir. that nothing will be left undone to make them at HOME wnile sojournl at the Na tlonal. N B. ?A to ir-horse stage Coach leaves the Na tional ? otel everv Tuesday, Thursdiy, and Sat urday for Elizabeth City, 5l. C. au 10?tm B B. WALTERS. FIRE BOSTON ICE. A PLENTIFUL supply of the above Indispen sable a-ticie will tie kept on hand throughout the season, at the --Eldorado House,'" Pa. avenue between id and I * streets, where families resid ing in the neighborhood can oe supplisd in large or small quantities, at the lowest rates. CLEMENT REYNOLDS N B ?Choice Wines, Brandies. Clgara, Ac. Dinners. Suppers, Ac., supplied in good style, as usual, at shortest notice. >u 7?eolm CURE FOR HOT WEATHER. ARN . S ICE CREAMS, CAKE, and WA TER ICES, for which he was awarded a Modal by the Metropolitan Mechanics' Institute, is highly recommeuued for the above WiU be sent to any part of the District free of chMn. Send your orders to 04 Bridge st., Goorgwwa. Jy 4??ott H 1IALL fc 11ENNING, WHOLESALE & RETAIL TEA DEALERS, So. 510 Sprrnlh Street, HAVE lust received. and are constantly receiv ing, fresh supplies of TEA. which we offer In quantities to suit purchasers. Our[f)Kr3 price* are low, and assortment unrivalled, consisting of? IMPERIAL AND GUNPOWDER, H.D AN1) YOUNG HYSON, HYSON SKIN AND TWANKAG, ? OLUNG. POWCHONG, SOUCHONG, NINGYONG,ORANGE. FLOWERY PECCO ENGLISH A ND LONDON BREAKFAST, Ac. in )f-lb. packs. H and tf chests and boxes. Teas packed to order in air-tight boxes, from 2 to lbs. capacity. All Teas warranted to give satisfaction Orders promptly attended to. Sam ples may be had upon application. au 16?ec?i DENTISTRY. OR V. SH INN. Graduate of the PhlladelphU College of Dental Surgery, respect fully informs the residents of George-J town and its vlcinlt > tliat he has loca- _ ted himself amongst them f??r the purpose of prae tisin? his profession Office 141 Washington st., above Fridge street Georgetown, D O. }e4ft?d'2inAeolm? WEBER'S BRASS AND STEINS BAND. TMIIS old established and favorite band fur nish music as usual for Excursions, Sere nades, Pic Nics, H~l's. Parties. Exhibitions, Ac. Orders may be left at HilbusA Hitz's .Music D<* pot, or at the residence of the leader, four doors east of General Henderson's residence. Navy Y ard, jy S?*2m PROSPEIU'S roil NET HAND. I^HIS Band is suitable for any and all purposes, and is warranted to give satisfaction to all ihose woo may be pleased to engage them, either in a Brass, Reed, or Cotillon Band. Any number of musicians to be had at the short noti. e, by appl\in to FREDERIC PROSPER I, Leader, at Taltavull's Store, opposite the Marine Barracks. N B ? Order* left at HilbusA Ilitz'sMusic De pot will be promptly attended to. may SIIjYer ware. HSEMKEN. Pa. avenue, between 9th and ? IWh streets. officii liis bm stor k of puie Silver Ware, consisting of Coffee and Tea Sets, complete. Sugar Bowls, Cream Goblets, Cups. S.ioo is and Forks, and a magnificent assortment of richly chased fancy silver ware suitable for gifts, at reduced prices. Persons in want of any of the above articles are InvitM to call. Being mostly of our own manufacture, we war rant t sterling. *Z3T Silvti ?vare of any design made to order at short notice Particular attention is paid in get ting up Testimonials, Premiums, Ac. at 1?tr H E?K iS?ICE! t^HVilLFS WERNER, on Pa. avenue, oppo J site Browne' H> i, will keep, throiighout the *<-. son, an ample supply of Pettibone's best ICE wnich he will soil, on Rill, in any quantities, a? tie lowest possible rates io;wv ^f ??ltSep 30 BVSKETS.?Work. ?'ard. Traveling, Knife, Key. Cigar. Office, Ma'ket and Clothes Bas ic's. If you want a good busket, at a low price, call at 490 Seventh street G. FRANCIS, an S? SOMETHING TO OLD AND YOUNG. PRO>'ESSOIt WOOD'S K A I it EESTOKATIVE, I^HIS preparation, although lees than two years before the public; owing to its wonderful ef fects upon 'he human hair and scalp, has already obtained a celebrity and sale perfectly an paralleled. It ha* Wfcout tbeo'dlnarv appliance used for such purpo.es, won its way, and been heartily welcomed to mo. t of the cities and towns in the United States, the Canadas, and the West India Islands. Nor is this resi.lt surprising when it is remembered that i's popularity is bas;ed upon it? merits, solely es anlished by actual tests That this preparation will actually Re-store gray Hatr to its Natural Coior, produce a luxuriant growth upon the fc'-uds of tL.-bald. prevent the hair from failing off. and when used as a tonic ar ticle, produce a continual flow of the natural fluid and tLus render the I air soft, glossy and wavy, destroy disease or i he s> alp. a:ia ejpel dandrufr ths certificates of distitt^ ilshed gentlemen ana ladies in every part of the country who have tried it, and therefore speak wLnt they know, most ful ly attest. Tbat by a proper use of this Restorative tne hair can be made to attain and retain Its natu ral color to almost any ai^e alotted to hnmanity, by removing th? < au>e of disease from the sca.p? no matter how long standing?the concurrent tes timonials of the press and the certiflcates of nu merous respectable individuals of both sexes, to the use of tnls curative, hs well as of the recom inendaticns of editors and cert iil< ates before allu ded to, can be had of all agents. BsooicrtKLb. Mass., Jan. 12, 1965. Paor. Wood?Duar Sir?Having made trial of ?'our Hair Restorative, it gives me pleasure to say hat its effect has b en e.xcell'ent in removing In flammation. dandruff, and a constant tendency to Itching, with which I have been troubled from childhood, and has alsot estored my hair, wdicb was becoming gray, tol is original color. I have used no other article, with anything like the same pleasure and profit. Yours, truly , J K. BXAGG, Pastor of Orthodox Church Brookfltld. Cahlimi, 111.. June27. 186J. 1 have used Prof. O. J. Wood's Hair Restora tive, and have admire-l its wonderful effect. My hair was becoming, as i thought, prematurely gray, but by the me of his "Restorative" it has resumed its original color, and 1 hi ve no doubt, permanently so. SIDNEY BREKSE, Ex-Senator United Statca. Pnor. Worn :?Dear Sir?My hair commenced falling off some three or four year t luce .and con tinued to do so until I be< time quite bald 1 tried all the popular remedies r.f the clay, but to no ef fect, at last 1 was induced to u?o your celebrated lli.;r Restorative, and am very happy to say it is tloiag wonders i have now a une t rowth of young hair, and cheerfully recommend Its use to ail similarly affiicted A. C WILLIAMSON, 133 Second street. Address O.J. WOOD A CO.. Proprietors. Ml? Broadway, New York, and ill Market street, St Louis. Mo C. STOTT A CO , wholtxile and letall Agent, Washington. T. W. DYOTT A HONS, General Wholesale Agent, Philadelphia, Pa a'J 1?ly PEEL'S LONDON GREEN OINOEIl WINK MAN U F ACTH R ED FROM FRENCH GRAPES, GREEN JAMAICA GINGER, SEVILLE ORANGES. Ac.?This deliciousbev era;j?' becomes the grea;est favorite wherever it is introduced It is equally palatable, more whole some, and not naif tne nrt^e of other foreign wlnt*. Man/ physicians use it exclusively, and recom mend it to all troubled with Flatulency, Dyspep sia, Debility. Cramp-t, Diarrhoea and Dysentery. Persons suoject to Chills, or living in districts where Ague or Cholera prevails, And its occasion al use a pleasant and admirable preventive. Mixed with a little i< ed-water, it forms the most refresh lug and wholesome cooling drink in warm weathei that can l>e taken. Price 5i? cents per bottle, sj p?r dozen. N B Country Druggists. Grocers, Ac., find this Wine an advantageous addition to their stock, it's a first rate article, sells well, and gives great satis faction. A"euts, STOTT A CO., Washington; PEEL A STEVENS, Alexandria; CISSEL,Georgetown; J BALMER Hi- I'tore Jyft? FIRST WAK D LI V Lit Y ikND SALE ST A HLES. ( N announcing to the public of Washington tb?.t I 1 havetakenpossesaion.bypu^luwe, I of the aoove Sl ibles. on G street, near the War Dtpurtmi'iit, (l*lely ocrunh^d by A. Schwu.xt2.) 1 wish to inform^ them that it will be entirely conducted by myself, and that all orders left upon the pr?mise? will be attended to punctually witn elegant t^arrlages and caref d drivers The Hiding S' booi will \>econ ducted by a professional equestrian and perfectly docile hor^e*; having stated Loam for lady eques trians, in private or public, as they may prefer Particular attention will be paid to horses kept at Livery in his establishment. Persons rfiuiring open barouches or family car riages, i nr. be saiisiac'.oriiy accommodated, at well ao those desiring riding ho rat* for gentleawa or ladies. FR1EDERECK LAKKMEYER, Jy Jl?Uni Agent. FANCY IIAIIl ORNAMENTS. HSEMKEN, JF.WKLE H. ? No. 330 Pa. av.. bet Wth and Ibth sU., Is prepared to make to order any device that may be su^gestod such as Flower Bouquets, Bracelets, Breast Pins, Ear Rin^s, Chains, Crosses, Rings, Cbartelains, Ac. Also, Jet Ornaments for sale. trr Persons may rely upon their own hair be tojfused jy 31?tr EDUCATIONAL. 1 1 T SELECT CLASSICAL AND MATHEMAT ICAL ACADEMY. THE duties of my Academy will be resumed on Monday, 3d September. The number of pupils being limited to 25, my former patrons, who wish their sons or wards continued wi h me another session, are requested to Inform me bv the 1st of September, in order that the places left va cant may be filled by others who have already ap plied or mav yet apply. Terms, #12 50 per quarter of 11 weeks T. \V. MMPSON, Principal, au 27?3t* No. 161 West st., Georgetown. GEORGETOWN CLASSICAL A X D MATH EMATICAL AC All EM V. rpiIE dndersigr.ed having rented the building in ? which the late \V m. II. Abbott, Ksq , so long a'id so favorably conducted his Academy, and having thus secured more amp'e a-cominodations will receive an additional number of pupils. Early applications are particularly requested, as it is important that all the w holars should be pres ent at the form ,tion of the classes. The exercises will be resumed on Monday, Sep tember 3d P. A BO WEN, Principal, au '?&' No. W West st., Georgetown WASHINGTON SEMINARY. ^HE exercises of this Institution will be re >. sumed ou Monday .September 3d. H. J. DENECKERE, S. J , au_25?Lw^ President RUGBY ACADEMY, 1 out (tenth stTft.t, west of Frankl in Square. Ml E duties of this Institution will be resumed on the second Monday in September. Num her < f pupils limited. Circulars of the Academy can be obtained at the r sidence of the Principal, on N, between 12th and 13th streets. O. F MORISON. BROOKEVILLE ACADEMY, M^ntgomtry cu.y Md. MIE 1-all Session ?f this Institution will com inence on Monday, September:id Catalogues, containing full information relative to '.he School, may be obtaincd by addressing the Principal, at B ookeville, Aid., or from Chas. 11. Lane, Esq., Pa. avenue. E. B. PKETTYMAN, A M , a"21 2w Principal. THE CNION ACADEMY. 'I'HE Fifth Annual Session of the Union Acad -? einy; and the Sixth ?.f the Union Female Academy, will open on the first Monday In Sep tember, and continue 11 weeks. Verms as usual. Circulars at the Bookstore of R Farnham, Esq, aiid at the Rugby House, corner llth and K sts These Institutions are so organized and con ducted as to secure that mental and moral train ing which will best prepare the pupil for the real ties of life. Z. RICHARDS, Priii U. A. Mrs. Z RICHARDS, Prin U.F.A. au 17?1m GEORGETOWN COLLEGE, D.~C. ^"?HE next session of this Institution will com inence on Monday, tfceSd of September. The pr< psratory department and collegiate course are b'-Vu conducted by able and <'X|M-rienced Profes sors, who devote themselves to the moral and in teiicctual advancement of those conttded to their cure. 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, study hall, class rooms. Ac., will 1- entirely distinct from those of the other stu?i.-utK, and ofiicers especially assigned will ^t teiri them tn their pastimes and preside over their sti lies. A complete separation will thus be ? f ie( ted between the yojnger and older students, the advantages of which must be apparent to all those who have the lea.st experience in the educa tion of youth. The observatory of the College, l's extensive Philosophical aprMr3'.us. rich and viried libraries, f.nd Cabinet of Minerals. Geological Specimens ;.nd Shells, attord to the Students of this Institu tion advantages rarely to be met with. B A. MAGUIRE, an 6?dim President. MR. UUS11 NELL'S St HOOL, No. 441 Thirtt'nih strttt, britcetn F and G sts. HE next session of this -^chtK)! will commence on the fir-t Monday in September. The course of instruction embraces all the branches of a complete Academical education. Circulars, containing terms and other |iarticu lar*, may be had at ihe Bookstores and at me ScLoolioom. au22?eo3w# CENTRAL ACADEMY. HIS Institution, formerly under the care of the late Rev. J. W. \V inans. Principal, and Merchant, Assistant, will be conducted here after by S. MERCHANT, A. II ) ? . ? Rev G W. DORRANCE, A B , j 1 rlnc ls The fttll term will commence on the first Mon de. of September The coarse of Instruction will be thorough, sound and practical. 1 or term* and particulars reference is made to clr: ulars. which may b- obUiitied at the principal Booktores and at the* Academy au ?>! ? eo2w# i T s Ml 38 ROSA MOORE'S SEMINARY. ' |<IIE duties of this Institution will be resumed A on Monday, September kl F ir terms, Ac., apply to the Principal. No. 351 Six'h street, between II and I au 15?eolm RITTENItUOE ACADE? Y, Cor/itr Third st. and Indiana are., W'ustiinuion. O. C. WIGHT, Principal. R. T. TAYLOR, Assistant. T. R. RAOULT, Teacher of French. R GIBSON, Teacher of Drawing. THE next academic year will commence on Monday, September 3d Tuition $llt 59, 812 50, and ?15 t>er quarter, payable in advance Circulars may be obtained bv applying to the Principal or at the Bookstores of the city, au 2i?TuThAStSept? BOARDING AND DAY SEMINARY FOR YOU NO LADIES, Mrs. GEN. T T WHEELER, Principal. 'I ^dL duties of this I nstltutlon will be resumed A on Monday, the 3d of September, at the cor ner of Bridge and Washington streets. Entrance for Pupils ? n Washington street Alia \Y Leeler reapectfuLy solicits a continuance of toe ne?.onage she has so liberally received from the public, and for which she UriiJcrs her sincere thanks. Circulars can be obtained on application to the Ms Ipal. au 13?eolm COTTAGE HOME SCHOOL I OR YOUNG LA DIES, Massachusetts avenut betw It);A and tlfA its. 'IMIE Sixth Academic Year of this School will ?*- commence on Monday, September 3d The Course of Instruction is arranged in Four Depart ments. and embiaces all the branches of a liberal edir a'ion. Miss M A. COX, Principal Madam DORMAN, Teacher of French. Mr.GlBSuN, Teacher of Drawing and Paint ing.

Mr. SCHF.EL, Teacher of Music IIT Circulars my be obtained at the Bookstores. au 21?eolm THE WESTERN ACAD EM V,~~ Cr-.xer S> venteenth and 1 streets. Washington. A SELECT SCHOOL will be opened on the tirst Monday in September, for boys. N umber limited to twenty-five. For particulars see circulars at the Uooke.tore, or 0*11 at the ScLool Room after August 224. jfH au>wl S L. LOOM IS, A. M. G LORGETOWN FEMALE SEMINARY. 'llHE next Annual Session of this Institution A will commence on Monday, September 3d. Punctual attendance Is requested, ana application for admission must be er.rty made. Catalogues, with course of studies and terms, to be Lad on application to the Principal, an 8?eotSeplO WILLIAM J CLARK. SYDNEY SMITH'S* MEMOIRS, by his daughter, Lady Holland, with a selection from his letters, edited by Mrs. Austin, 2 volumes cloth. 82 The Jealous Wife, by Miss Pardoe, paper, 50c Confessions of a Pretty Woman, by Miss Par doe, paper, 50 cents. TAYLOR ft MAURY, au 22? Iiear yth st. RAZORS AS IS RAZORS. t^EO Wostenholm A Son's doubly carbonized H I XL, Frederick Feuuy's Tally-ho, and Wade A Butcher's chemically perfected Razors, and others, from 20 cents to $2 50. Gentleman who like a comfortable shave should secure one of these Raters. Also, Razor Strops, Shaving Cream. Brushes, Soap, Ac., at the Housekeeper's Furnishing Store 490 Seventh street G. FRANCIS, au 17? EXCURSIONS, &c. EXCl'HSION AND PH: NIC FOR THE BENEFIT OF St. Mathew's Sunday School, TO THE WHITE HOUSE PAVILION, On WEDNESDAY. Aug 29tb. I^H K Teachers of the School takf pleasure lti an . nouncing to their friends and ^ the public generally that they j^^z. chartered the safe and commodious steamer Geo. Washington^ and will give an Excursion and Pic Nlc to the White House on tbe above named day. The teachers pledge themselves no pains or ex pense shall be spared to make this one of the best excursions of the season. Scotts Band has been engaged for the occasion Dinner and refreshments will be served by Wm Coke, in a superior style For the accommodation of those persons who do not wish to spend the whole day down the river, the boat will make two trips; leave George town at T% o'clock, Washington &X. Navy \ ard 9. and Alexandria at % to 10. Afternoon, leaves Wa hington at 2, Alexandria \ to."J. Returning, \a ill leave the White House at? and 10 o'clock p. m. Tickets 50 cents?Children half price, to be had at the following places : J. L Kid well, George town; R. K. Aylmer, corner Fa avenue and l.th street; Jno F. Eilis, Fa. avenue; Martin F King Druggist, Pa avenue, near Third st.: William A. Kennedy, ?th St.; and Dr F. 8. Walsh. Navy \ ard, any of the Committee, or at the Boat on tl e day of tbe excursion. Omnibuses will leave the Northern Liberties' Market at m o'clock a m, and 1 % p m., and will be at the Wharf on the return of the boat Geo Harvev, Jas I. Anderson, Kicbd Bridget, WmDalton, Jas Jirdinstf.il, Jas Filling, Jos A Keefer, Thos Willlanu, Thomas Cassei. :iu 16,18,21,23,25,27,2^ 6 tO. II. VARNKLL A J. W. MANKINS, House, Sign and K a m y Painters, WOULD especially call the a'tention of the public to their specimens of Fancy Signs, to be seen at all times at their place of business. Persons building and repairidg would do well to give us a call as we are determined to use every ei?"tion on our part to give general satisfaction. Place of business on Louisiana avenue, >>etween St'i and 7th streets, north side, next to the Vanmm U tiidlne. Old Glazing promptly attended to. au 11 ?dtf Proposals lor building a Light-house on Jones's Point, near Alexandria. Va. TREASURY DEPARTMENT. ) Ovfice Light iiocse Uoakd, > Washington, Aug 22, lb55. ) IjlROPOSALS will be received until 1'2 o'clock rn , on the 22d of September next, when the bids will be oj?ened, for furnishing the materials ai d building a light-heuse on Jones" Point, Po tomac river, near Alexandria, by the 30th of No v< mber next it will be a framed building resting o;i brick foundation, and of one and a-Valf-storv, with b. sement. having a circular lower on top for the support of the lantern?tbe Lorizun&l dimensions be.ug 3* by 19 feet. Detailed drawings and specifications can be se n at this office, and at the office of the collector a1 Alexandria Should any bid be accepted, a contract will b? : executed at orce for the work No payment will b^ made until the whole work i is completed; and before it is received It must be : inspec ed and approved by ti e agent of the gov- j eminent appointed to superirit>*d ti.?* wo;k?said ; agent having power fb rejes t all materials and i w.^'kiranship, not in accordance with the terms | of tbe coutract. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids : tha* may be deemed prejudicial to the public in terest. All bids should be s-alnl and addressed to the undersigned, endorsed "Proposals for Jones's Point Light-house " EDM D L. F. HARDCASTLE. t?u2J?eoim Engineer Secretary. Office of the Comxand^g Officer. > Washington Arseiul, Aug ist 20, 1-55 y OLALED PROPOSALS will be received it this office until October 20th next, meridian, for building an armory in Washington city. D. C ,on the public square lying l*f'veen B street on the south, Canal street on the noau, Seventh street on ! the west, and Sixth street on the east, au e.ppro- \ priation of $30,000 having beeumadeby Congress \ lor the same I Master builder- desiring to projsise for this building will please call at this otfii e to examine J the drawings, specifications. and bill of work. , and receive any additional explanation In order to make up their proposals, which tbev will be tn- ? ab.?*d to do conveniently and at leisure at this of |ee No proposals will be received but from an ex- | |ierieuced and approved master builder, as the work has to be done in a superior maimer; hence jx-rsons at a distance, unknown to the under- | si j ned. will t>e expected to present satisfactory j reference before the bid lie accepted All proposals must be made according to the itt ins of the bill of wo>k. (which have been cal culated with precision.) if the proposer And tbe same correct Ail experienced superintendent Is appointed, j and will W always present on tbe ground of build- : ing. after the work commences, in the absense of j the commanding officer, to see that the contract it t strictly complied with WH. 0. BE! L, Major Commanding Washington Arsenal. bxi 21?2awtl0oc NATIONAL MEDICAL COLLEGE, WASHINGTON, D. C. rptlK thirty-fourth annual cour*e of Leetures will A commence on MON DA Y, the 22d of October, ItiSZ, and end on the 1st March, FACBLTT . Thomas Millsr, M. D , Professor of Anatomy and Physiology. Wi P Johnston, M D., Professor of Obstet rics, and Diseases of women and children Joihca Riley, M. D.. Professor of Materia Med *ca, Therapeutics and Hygiene J?). Frkd. Mat,M D ., Professor of the princi ples and practice of tur^erv. Gijlfton Tylbk, M. D , Professor of Pathology and practice of medicine, and of clinical med icine Lewis H. Stkinsu, M. i)., Professor of Chem'a tryand Pharmacy. Euward M. Scott, M. D., Projector and De monstrator. THOMAS MILLER, M D , Dean Like most similar institutions in Europe, the desks from which the regular lectures are given, and the words for clinical instruction are under the same roof, Tj. ? entire expen:.e for full course lectures..SM U1 i Practical Anatomy by tbe Demonstrator.... 10 U) j Matriculating fee, payable only once . 5 t>0 Graduating expenses ?.? Oil Admission to tue n.<dicai a.id surgical clinic v. ith out charge. The lectures will be given in thP afternoon aud rvi:ilng. thereby enabling those engaged in busi ness during the morning hours to attend. I or further information address THOMAS MILLER. M D., Dean of the Faculty. N. B.?Medical students desiring situations as r^.uent student in the Washington Infirmary*, f which is the clinical department of the National Medical College.) are requested to make applica tion by letter to Joshua Riley, M D., Curator of the \\ ashlngton Infirmary, who will give any in formation that may be desired it is unnecessary- to state the great advantages of a residence in a hospital for clinical instruction. Those making early application will have prece dence. Sli are to be chosen before the 1st of Oc tober jytt?eotNovl ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD > AN A WAV from the estate of the late Daniel . C larke, near U pjier M arlbcro', F ri nee G eorge' s county, Md , on Sunday, the lDth August, negro bvv ANDREW. He Is about 15 years of age; a dark mulatto; about 5 feet high; has a wide mouth with good welb, and is folTte when snoken to. He had on when he left a cloth cap, short blue coat, and blue striped summer pants. 1 have rea son to suppose he will first make his way to Wash ington l will give twenty-ti\e dollars reward for him If taken m Prince George's county: fifty If In the District, or one hundred If noith of Washington. In eithei case to be delivered to me or secured in jail, so that I get him again. ODEN BOWIE, Upper Marlboro^ Prince Gtorge's county, an 21?6t Maryland. COURT or CLAIMS. THE undersigned will attend to any businces which may be confided to him as a commis sioner appointed by the Court of Claims to take testimony, or as an attorney and counsellor of Mid court. He may he found dally at the Capitol, in the room Immediately opposite the office of the clerk of the Court of Claims auS?2aw3w JOHN S TYSON. 1 EVENING STAR. THE WIFE'S REVENGE A LEGEM* OK URRM4NT. A sinill hainlet rested uj>oi4 tho side of one of the lofty mountain* of the Julian Alps, which thcucc towering aloft, concealed from view its snow-crowned peak urn.i the encir cling clouds of night. Three persons stiil lingered around the scanty fire in the cuecrlea.- kitchcu of the inn. It was midnight. Silence had fallen upou thorn as they gated on the decaying embers which now blazed up, then sank a^ain. send* ii.g forth no warmth, nor creating any Sound indicative of their presence, save now and then a sharp crackling aj the landlord stirrod thorn up They smoked their pipes in a med'? t.itive look peculiar to those who you haveju-t h-ard. as they had, a wild aud fearful narra tive. The narrator, and the most remarkable of the three, was a stranger, only just arrived in the vicinity after some years of foreign travel. Want and hnrdfhip in other lands ' had given him tho 8ppesrai.ee of an cider man than in reality he \va*. hy usurping a few ot ihe wrinules of Time to trace thern on hi* vi-age. The fierce rays of a tropic sun had bronzed his complexion, and constant farnil j iarity with danger had be towed upju him the , veoklsss undaunted air of ? warrior not un ! u-ed to scenes of blood and strife Yet the I soldier s manly frankness was wanting: for | in the quick glancing eve aud compressed lips might be seen the workings of a mind capable ; of devising any thin? subtile and villainous, allied to tne resolution necessary for the exe cution of any of his schemes. ?? Look ye. my g>"?d friend," nutting aside the lamp which rested on the taole placed be | hind himself and the person he addressed, ???lid you deny your belief of what I said con cerning the spit it? who Wi.lk among our hills at ni~ht ' Do you not believe iu them ?'Certainly not" replied he with a sort ??f forced scornful smile, as if by it he would dis cover a inind of suj>erior m -uld ; yet that were foolish, since hy the attempt at a sceer he did but betray the superstitious weakness h<- strove to conceal. None of the horrible tales of hi-; native land seemed capable of receiving any credit in the granger's mind, for iu the glance of recogni tion which passed?unheeded by their com panion?between the old host and himself, the causo of his conduct became evident, since s iiae plot seemed hatchiug between them which c uld bring no good to the other?who was a miller?as he wa^ the person imposed upon. ?' I'll tell you what, my worthy friend," said the host, interrupting their continued discussion, '? 'tis full time to part; so, my good ria 1.3. canst take a hint ?'Why, yes,"' said the m'ilcr. in an uncer tain tune, as though he doubted whether to go or remain ; but rising, he walked to the win d"'V and looked oat upon the sky, then with a coM shudder he closed the casement and re turning to the hearth, sat down in silence *? Well, miller, what's your mind ?' 1 think I'll remain here- to-night " ?' Could'iit think ot it, uiilicr." '? Well, 11 ins."' sail he, after a little while, ?? 1 suppose I muj! go, as you will not let me st;iy ; hut let mo tell you. I shall l.ot s.*>n f ?r gei this.'' ui d hastily wishing the stranger ?' a g> >d Light's rest.'' he turned his .-teps homeward. No sooner hud the last echo of his f?*otstepa died away, thau the host, shaking the stiang er cordially by the hand, cxcl.iiuicd, '? Rigat giud am I to >oe you ag :iu, my worthy kleiu er; a tine gaiae ycu ve played upon our friend ly miller. " 44 Ay, truly, old friend; little d<?e- he think thr.t he has sp"nt the whole evening li?ten?ug to the words of a rival, returned to claim the bride he strove so long to win." "Ah. my good by, strange things nave happened since y<u left u?, to ,-eek a fortune in a foreigu land."' ?' What?what, my lovely Marie ho*? " Married the miller."' '? By all the spirits of the litrtx. and fiends o^hill ! 1 would have slain him .vLilu h st<x.d bet ire me La i 1 tut kn ?wn that h?. haidaied to wed my promised bride !'" Tho demon of passion, with m. gio hand, changed the expression of hi- visage. Where previously reigned the calm. com.uU i look of the traveler, returned to his native l?nd to .-oik his affianced wife. now predomina d the thi:>t for vengeance. lie ru-ln-d to the do?>r as if to pursue the miller, but the ho<-t liirew himself before him. '? l>o calin, good Kleiner. I Lave r s heme which shall hy ..ue blow di.str-y the miller and his family. Listen now." Oraiu.iily. its th.? f 11 plot di.w>verel to the traveler a new way ??f revenge. h:- who'e ap pearance changed, and when the hu-t con cluded, his external fierceness disaj , ^red. but the calm that pervaded his <? u. tcLai.ee showed the consuming lire that gl- ,r 1 within Lei us leave them, hastily r.repariLg ior the execution < f their plot, and accompany the miller as he ascends the rugged p;ith which leads to hie mountain home. There re those who will u'ter their diabe lief of something they pretend to consider ri diculous, who, when alone in some wild glen, or trackless forest, will ponder on tho ubject, iu spite of their wish to think of something less fearful, still, from very tear. they owe to themselves their bcliet iu what they have heard, and thus hope to exorcise the phantom which haunts their minds. Such wa? tue mil ler. and frightful were the images which filled his imagination as he jursucd his mountain path, lie became convinced of v.'hat he before deuied, and from every rock aad hillock, from every bush and tree, he expected some ttwiul spirit to appear aud overwhelm him in his wrath. His nature wa* ficroo and tiory; though iu his cooler moments he had been styled cow srdiy, and even justly so, yet. when aroused by an imagined injury, he could, like many others in the world, perform foats tu the im Iiuhe of the moment, which, when talm. he tad not the heart even to attempt, lie was quick and vindictive, and it was always as Convenient for him to forget a f.ivor, as it was natural for him to remember an iiJury, lie was alive to suspicion and jealou-y, and his Character wa- an exception to the national one. he was hated and despised hy all Save One sweet soul, who seemed to iove him most when most she saw him spurred. Who cm account for woman's love? Who can describe the sweet tlower, growing unno ticed upon a tender stalk, blooming the wlii:e for the most worthless object upon earth?a jealous huibaud. but she who owns the pac Siou ' In her case, she loved not' her husband meiely becausj he had once been the very god of her affection, but because she saw in him the r-cape-goat, as it were, of his fellows, and she knew ho needed all her love to tnako him happy. When passion had endowed him with more than his usual strength and courage, and he burst out with threats aud imprecations against some neighbor, she, poor, ill-used crca ture, would cling to bis neck, his arms, his Ik.ie4s, praying bim to be calm, an I detiiuing him, till reason had again assumed her ern Eire. Sometimes, incensed at her interference, e would, with brutal violence, da h her from him, then curse her for her?lovt' Yet, though the violent love he always profes-ed for her before marriage, ceased with tho cere mony, and did not even dwindle into tao solid admiration and esteem it often d<>cs, he Watched her with the same vigilance that a boy would a new-purcha ;od dog, to eiee that none tLould dare be kind to him, lest seme otic should wrest his growing authority from him. lie neared hi# home ; it was truly a grai ' and magnificent retreaf, and yet ofconrs-' h?d j been sought by him merely on accoui.t ot i utility; and therefore, in gaiing upon it i.s ^ use gratified his desire for gain mure than its oubhuiity filled hie imagination. Tbe scene WA* wild and beautiful. 8,-me hundred ft*; above where he ?tood a mountain torrent dabbed over a precipice, an 1 on each fide * f the ravine through which it took it* course I .it twa immense rock*, hemming and protecting tne pretty stream below; a few stunted ever greeus partij covered the steep rocks, finding hot bosnt j modi to take root in their cliff* F?>r <?ne moment tbe miller deliberated whether ho should take tbe usual, yet rather dangerous. lootpAth up ih? ruck, or follow tto moro circuitous horse-road, which was muili s.iier, hi ohnw the latter, which was not mu?h UH?d He gained at length the rocky summit, an l rdainly saw the light burning in hi* dwell ing, but as he turned hut h-..'d to look in an other direction the pulsions of hii b? art Ceased, his hair stood on end. for he beheld a t til, stately fi/ure, whaee white drci- seemed besmeared with human blooi ; in his right hand he held a skull, within ahich glowed a light?in his left a meesire fleshier b<>De. Pear cropt upon him a* he gated A cold, d' ath-Tike chill ran through his veins, and bis sh iking knee- prevented hi- accomplishing the purpose of bis heart A sepulchral-tone i V 'ice thus, with measured accents, sounded in hi.- ear: Stind and listen, man of clay ' The fiery spirit of vengeance. wao rides upon the thun der-cloud and direct* the forked lightning, bids ye listen and obey ' The rival ye thoujLt dead will this night return; the wife of your i>o-oui will fly with him!" An unbroken pau?o ensued . at 'ast the mil ler, raUiug his head, glanced at the spbt where he had seen the mi<ty spirit; it had vanished. For one moment he did not seeia t.? realise what he bad *een and heird; tfa next, as the assertion of his wife's infidelity occurred to him. he rushed toward the hou?e , the d<K?r yielded to bis might, but no wif.i sieeted him; he seated himself; the sense of tear leit him, but tbe determination of re veiign hai taken possesion of his mi:id. for j<jilousy hai stung him deeply ; he believed ttis wife guilty, end then a thought struck h.ui; with the fury of a m rnia- ho kuockod at his bed-room do<*r until it tlcw off the hinges She was not there* His worst sus picions seemed confirmed an I in his bo-.m r igncd that species of frenzy, the person af I., ted with which, often say- anJ d-.es things ?I which he is unconscious The n i<e he bad made aw.ike his little babe. whose wail new met his ear. "Ha! hi1 ha"" he shrieked, 4-art th"U there, child of a guilty mother ?" He snate-h j ed the infant troiu its pillow, and for a moment gated fixedly upon it; but not one spark ?.f l? a rental loudness whs in that gise. f..r if any had ercr existed, bis passion smothered its u - lluence. (nmiudful of his ^creams, he shook the boy a> he exclaimed. " Death were belter [for th e. boy. than lite, emhitterc 1 hv the the knowledge of a mother's crime f" M idl v he fl'w I'rom the house: a little bey?nd tb'j threshold he beheld hi* wile approaching him. ? Ah, husband.' said he, ?wectly, "I bave waited very, very long for y.u beneath the rocks!" " Woman, it is false ! You have been to see your paramour. Away !" ? Sue saw her child, who cried a^ he heard hi? mother s Voice, and diseoveri: g up.?n her hus band s countenance, as she approached him, the fiendish marks of rage, she attempted to snatch her child, fearing for its safety. He pu-hed her fr<>m him. '? Husband?Fran', what would y?u do * tiivo me my cuild But with one arm h* held aloft his weeping b?.y, and with the other cla-ped his wife. 4* Come on?m with me. base w.tnin! yonder precipice s ledge, you shall yaie ujmu hi? destruction! It wdl l* sweet io see thy sorrow!" ?-.dy chi'.u ' my chill! Give inc my child* Oh. 1 ran-! by all y..u hold -ae: -d, I t ray yeu give me back my boy !" She prayed, she screamed, she clung t > hi* ki.ees to det-r him fro u his evident intentiou la \ ai:i! Woo, with one spark of bumauitv glowing in hi* frame, or who, with even the wtnaid attributes of m in. could hove resisted that ?air heiug s prayers for the sa:ety of her chi d ' Who could have disbelieved her pro testations of i^uoceuco ? He gained the precipice's slippery edge, dingging after him his shneking wife, who cmng to him With more than woman'sstrength, striving t-? detain him '?Spare him. Frftns ! spare our -w< et child!" But, unm-ired *s the; firm ra*k be st<*?d up >n. he threw his left hand upon her shoul der p.nd pressed her to the grou'j i " Now. b.t>e aiu'torcs. b-h -'d the de.-ith of your ba^e." he said, and at arm s length he'd a:oft the uacotutcinus b .y. It wa- wliere the cnUnct dashed d 'Wu into the foaming ahys#, he cast hii chill. A wil i lan^h burst freta hit l'p4. His reveiig - wa.- complete ! 1 hen. for the fir.-t tim**. n><i< n threw oro bright gleam to illuii;<> hit Uuiu tu >u? bosom He ^aied upon the fair htin^; who lay i; -*u sible v.t hi^ feet?yet u*i | ity evinced r- -If lor her; beseemed ind.-ed conscious of his act, he exohiimed. *'Uo ii<.>w and s?.ek your para n-. ur; your bu-hand follows hie chil l!" then giv ng . nc hi-b leap inlo the an. full dowu into the wild and watery cataract. l*?>or ill-u-ed wife! iun??cent, y?t b.*li(.vu?l guilty, what was then your state ' Jdoruing d.iwiud and beheld the widowel wife, the childless mother, gazing vacantly i:_to th-j grave ef her husband ami s ?u. But two others, t^e stranger, the former rival of the mdler, a. d the villainous host were lh* re. ?? Bohold woman,' itcl.iiiu?d the former, " I am he who, in the guise ot the spirit ?f vengeance, fed thy husband's oar with stories ol thy infidelity. 1, once hi* rival, now tbo enemy of thee, base woman!" He had approached Si ne;ir t? her as he 8]>oke, that she leant her head a.-: if lit whi-per to him. he bent low; with one bouud cho piaeed hiui between herself and the fatal lirir:k. and (^uick as li^htcLing. pushed him toward it with all her force?for in uuu mo ment. although the miming had foutid her a raving maniac, she saw the cau?e of her hus band s conduct. It. vain lie endeavored to re gain his balance. He slipped, arid then rdled t. er into the yawning eh cm, to meet iu death t.o victims of his wrath. The country |?oo|de still j.oint out the fatal spot to the traveler, and strau^e tales are t ild ? l a woman's spirit that still flies ah >ut the Miller a Ciifi'?and even now. though fifty yiars have passed su.ee the occurrence of tb'j i V" nta mentioned iu this narrative, mine dare venture near the roekot The Wife's Kevcuge. A Little too lUrc?As many of oui read e.>aie di.uutless aware, it is the c. s ai for planters at the South to puioha e cloihing lor ir.? ir slaves by the wh >les ile ; and as of o >urso tLey ha\e not the cpj-oituni y to exaiuiim cliMely ea<-h article they are sometimes swind le I by a few had ones bei..g thrown in among th'? gi*Mi. An ac4uaiutance of oafr- tells us taat, on one occasion, he ha i laid in a bjx of shoes, and distributed theiu amouir the ue gr-os. A few days afterwards ?? Old B.b.'a Ia\orite servant, t> und that the sb<>es that had fallen to bis lot wero burst 114 out. So. going to his master, he said : " Ma-sa, where yoa buy dc.e shoes f" "I bought them in New v. !eaLJ. Bob," rc sp >nded our friend. ??Well, whar did de New Orleans peoplu buy em?" ??They bought them from the people up North- They bought them from the \ nnaees ??Well, where do de Yankees get em ' persisted the negro. ?'The Yankees ? why, they pick them off of trees. Bob." ??W-w-well," responded the darkey, hold ing up his shoes. ?' I reek on the Yankees diJ'nt pick dese pair soon enough, mass*; 1 reck n ue waited till?till?uU dey wa? a iittV tu* 'i}X.1'