Newspaper of Evening Star, September 12, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated September 12, 1855 Page 1
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THE EVENING- STAB, PUBLISHED EVERY AFTSABHHMli (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) At ikt Star Buildingt.corntr ?/ Pnmsptoamim u end EUventk strut. BJ W. D. WALLACE, WW be Nmd to subscriber* by carrier* at BIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly le the Agento; paper* served In packages at J7# erau per month. To mail subscriber* the sub scription price ia THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year to advamci, TWO DOLLARS for six month*, and ONE DOLLAR for three month*; for less than three months at the rate of IS# cent* a week. HT* SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VI. WASHINGTON D. C? WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1855. NO. 840. fOftM ft. 1LVA3S. WILLIAM TBOMPSOK. elvans * Thompson, D?AL?*a IJI HAiDWABX, COACH TBIMMIffGS, to., 3Wb Peaaifimisgreau, ittwtta 2fi*tk and 2V?tA id, IfaiiiafiM, D.C. HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE. Britannia, German Sliver. Alba (a and Silver Pl? _ ted, Ten, Table and Dessert Spoons Carvers and Forkn, Steels, Knives with and with out Forka 9nm, Britannia, Block Tin and Plated Candle sticks, Shovel ud Toogs, Wiflt Irona, Fad BUILDING MATERIALS. "^?STK,nklL^l,C',pfc*"'lCk-,>TU1' 9?? ??? ^"WXSS^SSSS?" 8prU*'' BeU Pall*, i>oor Sheaves and Rail. Ae. CABINET MAKERS' GOODS ' Chair ^Drlnw****' SdlftMd VaiitlanBlmi^Sta, Rack Pulley j, Roller Ends Brackets, Furniture Nails S?M,l5t?dle# 8cww*' Diamond Screw CARPENTERS' GOODS. Drawing Knives, Ppokeshsvea, _ *od ???3ca, Plane {rons ' MKl"a-.a? SScluKirS S^cuSAi^Rs.ooon, uSP?ke"- Hub?, Bows, Pole ' ' Tufta, Tassels, Buttons, Tacks, Frinees Laces _ ?"? Plain and Enamelled Canvass^' ' Russia Duck, Enamelled Leather. Dash Leather, Jc ELVANS A THOMPSON, Jgl-wn 336 Pa. avenge. ntM SLCIfWOOD IEMETERT, Of/Ice No. Wi Pa. are., corner 10th street, T_.? _(oV? *h? saviso's bask.) i wH? laldot,ton the plan of the celebrated Greanwood.of New Vork and situated on the high ?round distant one and a quarter miles north of the Capitol-North Capitoi street leading directly to the gateway. F This Company have secured a charter from Con gress, appropriating their ground forever to burial * fee.tltFe to the Purchaser, and prohibiting all encroachments from legislation or lnoP?ft*nce to those ^ tijel7 df*d to repose where they have placed the n, for it has become a custom In all other cities when the burial ground becomes valu able for other purposes, to sell it, and throw the dead promiscoualy Into one large pit, and l^-al measures cannot present it, as no titles are given to the ground. N. R?Otfioeopeo from 10 to 12 o'clock a m where Pamphlets, containing the Charter Bv Laws. and a map of the ground, and all other in flbrmation, can be obtained. AU orders left with Mr. James F. Harvey. No. ^?^2ar."'<,u"ru,''iOT^rii!?b,! jfiSTSV ?E,"E" Md Cleve Hall, by Mlas Sewell?price f i Our First Families?price SI 25 The Escaped Nun?price fi For sale by by E. K. LUNDY. n i*3 Bridge street, Georgetown, l5 G. J COFFIN WAREROOM, fcc. WILLIAM PLANT A CO., UNDERTA ? KERS?residence 419 Seventh ?treet, between U and U streets. ^ 7? ?? I nterinents procured In any ground or cemetery Coffins, Caps, Shrouds, Carriages an^-r7ry ?fiTJcie for JntermentPJf m^?^LquaVJr farnish9d ** ?h?rt notice, on the at terias, and at all hours of the ent exclui,lTe ri?bt of Crump's Preserves, we guarantee to keep the dmd for any length of time. Jyll?ly dentistry. fLB HDn??a Lr^?,?' ^ist,Uteof the Inn of Hunt A Donaldson, emit'.to manatee tore and insert those beautiful porvelaln teeth, with or without g;im? for * pec ? mens of which (made and deposited br tfce late firm) was awarded the first premium at tola city^^nics' Institute Fair, recectly held in ?JE?68!" te??1 *** earr?d and shaded to salt wb Particular ease, and their resemblance to the natu Is so p s: feet u to deceive the most prac Pa-tlcaisr attention also paid to aning and pre ?erring the natnral teeth. p Charges moderate, and all operations warranted vmce Mnthwtst ooraer of Seventh and D streets. ?entrance on D. mar 21?Cm BEN Tift *RY. [)*? MUNSON respectfhlly calls public atten y uon to his new. patent and treat {7 V ED method of settiz^ Aj-AS&& CouuauousGuin, <ZInP^ u ^ECTION OF THE ^R^ThU ? Teeth has the following advante^'es over :5*KAT STRENGTH, ctEAN-f tfXH!: C.?^F0RT BEAUTY, vieing c respects, and in some others ?filing. Public inspection Is respectfully soils Pleiseeall and see specimens. Ji?N ~Deatl?un the District of ?olombla has ? right to make this Ayle of teeth. ?M ^IS tbCS"ia??'UT teid"'!,? o??andho.iseNo.W8K street, near the cor ?m(rfPsnna avenue and 14th street. ?P WATCHJM, ~ JEWELRY, M W. GALT * asaSfSa'Aftl, **}? ?ILYER WORK ^ ?erifXioa mads to order, auch as TESTIMON1 ^ ^ j[ ?mbellished with approonate de SETS, D^Tr SeIl Pwlous Stones set in the most modern atvlea yfiS?"? Murrot3. *?-. ?" '? au 30-tt** P* ^kitih *dBlih sta. CABAS, WORK BOXES, kc. HUTCHlNSONt MLNRO have just received fr<Ma ,h# manufacturer a lartre . nd handsome assortment of Cabs* in calf and Turkev Mtcneco, o: all size* and superior unalitv Lmdie?' Work Box^s and Drjsaing Cases, portable Writing Desk, Gent's Juld?a*A^aaT' f^?iahed onfmuished; watcb Z together with a large assortment of di?'^..4^' and Silk Elastic Lv JiSiolfSviSd*"m oHUTCHIlNttON * MUNRO, ..m ,pW P* #T ? bftw?*n ?tb and 10th sts. an 31?tf PA#TE BRUSHES A A1?, Patent Paint OH for rooft, Ac. ? bbls Patty, In bladders, for aale by m 4 mok^jll, N? S0 C street, between 6th and 7th. an w?im FANCY HAIR ORNAMENTS. Hsemken. js weler, ? No. 330 Pa. av.. bet. 9th and 10th its la prepared to make to order any device that niv be suggested such as Flower Bouquets, BraceleU BreaS Pins, Ear Rings, Chains/Crowes Rings' Chartelalns, Ac. Also, )et Ornaments for sale ' JET Persons may reiy upon their own hair be iv ai-u MRS. a. C. REDMOND'S NEW OAL lery of Daguerrean Art ?Havi gengaged the aervlces of an experienced artist, is fully prepared to take picturea equal to any in the city, and at reasonable prices. No. 290 Pa. avenue, northwest oorner Uth st., over Ford A Bro'a Drug Store, ^n ?? DR. SCHWARTZE S CHRONO-THER MAL AHCE PtLLS.-These Pills have stood unrivalled for the last TSS years. Such is the eificaijf of tho*e Pills, that soch a thing u r Ait-ea* it Impossible, If they are taken accord ing to direction au2&?eolm i^HlRTft?SHIRTS.-We have lost received a large and fine assortment of GenUamen's best Quality white and colored Snirts, which we will dispose of at the lowest Ntw Vork prices. WALL A STEPHENS. W Pa. avenue, next door to Iron Hall. au *?if P^aggjR.V^ respect George ? ? ?? ? ? wMiiiiij uraauaif mJ College of Dental Surgery, fully informs the residents of uour^e town and Its vicinity that he has loca - - ? ? ? - ted himself amongst them fbr the purpose of prac tising his profusion. Oflce 15t Washington at., above Bridge street, Georgetown, D. C. Je as?damfteol m* WEBER'S BB ASS AND 8TBIN0 BAND. THIS oid established and favorite band fur nish music as usual for excursions, Sere nades, Pic Nlcs, Balls, Parties, Exhibitions, tc. Orders mav be left at Hilbus ft Hftz's Music De pot or at the residence of the leader, four doors east of General Henderson's residence, Navy Yard. jy<3?2m FROSPERi'S CORNET BAND. npU!8 Band is suitable for any and all purposes. A and is warranted to give satisfaction to all those who may be pleased to engage them, either as a Brass, Reed, or Cotillon Band. Any number or musicians to be had at the short est notice, by applying to FREDERIC PROSPERI. Leader, at Taltavull's Store, opposite the Marine Barracks. N. B.?Orders left at Hilbus ft Hltz's Music De pot will be promptly attended to. may 25?4m H SILVER WARE. SKMKEN, 330 Pa. avenue, between 9th and ? 10th streets, offers his large stock of puie Silver Ware, consisting of Coffee and Tea Sets, complete, Sugar Bowls, Cream Goblets, Cups, Spoons and Forks, and a magnificent assortment of richly chased fhncy silver ware suitable for gifts, at reduced prices. ' Persons in want of any of the above articles are invited to call. Being mostly of our own manufacture, we war rant it sterting. ID" Silveiware of any design made to order at short notice. Particular attention is paid In set ting up Testimonials, Premiums, ftc. au 1?tr ICE?ICE?ICE! rjHARLES WERNER, on Pa. avenue, oppo ^ site Browns' Hotel, will keep, throughout the season, an ample supply of Pettibone's be*t ICE. which he will sell, on call, in any quantities, at the lowest possible rates. may ?dtHep 30 SOMETHING TO OLD AND YOUNG. PROFESSOR. WOOD'S HAIB BBSTOBATIVE. rjiHIS preparation, although leas than two years e before the public; owing to Its wonderful ef fort* upon the human hair and scalp, has already obtained a celebrity and sale perfectly an paralleled. It has without the ordinary applianc e used for such purposes, won its way, a-.d been heartily welcomed to moet of the cities and towns In the United States, the Canadas, and the West 1 ndla Islands. Nor 13 this restilt surprising when It is remembered that Its popularity is based upon its merits, solely as established by actual tests That this preparation will actually Restore pray ***** |? its Natural Color, produce a luxnriant irrowth upon the heads of the bald, preveut the hair from falling off, and whea used as a tonic ar ticle, produce a continual flow of the naturtl fluid and tiujj render the hair soft, glossy and wavy, destroy diseases of the scalp, ana expel dandruff, the certificates of distinguished gentlemen and ladles In every part ef the country who have tried it. and therefore speak what they know, most fiil lv attest. That by a proper use of this Restorative the hair cau be made to attain and retain its natu ral color to almost any age alotted to humanity, by removing the cause of disease from the sculp? no matter how long standing?the concurrent tes timonials of the press and the certificate* of nu merous respectable Individuals of both sexes, to the uae of this curative, as well as of the recom mendations of editors and certificates before alia ded to, can be had of all agents. Bsooefikld, Mass., Jan. 12, IS55. Pro*. Wood?Dear Sir?Having made trial of your Hair Restora'lve, it give* me pleasure to say ^nat Its effect has b en excellent In removing in fiammatlon, dandruff1, and a constant tendency to itohing, with which I have been troubled from childhood, and has alsoi estored my hair, wiich was becoming gray, tol ts ori^l ial color. J fca^e used no other article, with anything the sac* pleasure and profit. Yours, truly . _ J. K. BRAGG, Pastor of Orthodox Church. Brookfield. Ca*lyl>, 111., June 27, 1333. I have used Prof. O. J. Wood's Hair Restora tive, 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 have no doubt, permanentlyao. SIDNEY BREESE, Ex-Senator United States. Pao*. Woob Dear Sir?My hair commenced fulling off some three or four years since, and con tinued to do so until I became quite bald. I tried all the popular remedies of the day, but to no ef fect , at last 1 was induced to use your celebrated Hair Restorative, and am very happy to say it is doing wonders. I havo now a fine growth of young hair, and cheerfully recommend Its use to ail similarly afflicted. A. C WILLIAMSON, 133 Second street. Address O. J. WOOD ft CO., Proprietors, 318 Broadway, New York, and 114 Market street, St. Louis, Mo. C. STOTT ft CO , wholesale and retail Agent, Washington. T. W. dyOTT ft SONS, General Wholesale Agent, Philadelphia, Pa. au 1?ly DR. L. H. WRIGHT'S UmrAILIHG "SCBOFULOUS AFTIDOTE," JWr tkt Ptrmantt* Curt of CONSUMPTION md 11 otktr forms o/SCROFULOUS DISEASES. THIS Medicine Is prepared by an eminent Phy sician of eighteen years practice In New York eUy, during which time he has constantly u*ed it with the most unbounded success, and created for It a reputation in private practice, unequalled la the history of medicine. It acts immediately upon the blood, cleansing it from all scrofulous humois or impurities, renovating and, by its magic pow ers, INVIGORATE tAe WHOLE SYSTEM, in proof of which, hundreds of respectable wit nesses from the doctor's private practice have gir ea la their, testimony, und cntreaQthoee suffering from any scrofulous affection, to tall up on tkt*i sad satisfy themselves. A Treatise on Scrofulous Diseases can be had gratis at PRINCIPAL DEPOT, 1W Broadway, and at Drug Stores generally. CHARLES STOTT ft CO., Agents for Washington DR. L. B. WRIGHT'S TASTELESS " LIQUID CATHABTIC " OR, FAMILY PHYSIC. rI^HIS is the BEST. CHEAPEST, and MOST A EFFICIENT CATHARTIC EVER OF FERED TO THE PUBLIC. It is TASTELESS, (thereby avoiding the nau seating effect of Pills, Oil, Senna, ftc.,) and pro no or other painful effects. Unlike all other purgatives, It searches to the bottom of the disea?e, thoroughly cleanses the stomach, and l.bc bowels eutlrely free from costiveness. JJO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT. -kiidren drink It readily and without forcing, SJ?..?P.?t,SIC1NK ls MURE HIGHLY RE ?-} ? L),KL) bV the MEDICAL FACULTY. Give it a trial and then judge for yourselves. _ It Cjinbe had wholesale and retail at E. H. STA 5 ^CO/ S' Baltimore, ox CHAS. STOTT ft CO., Washington, D C. DR. WRIGHT'S PRINCIPAL DEPOT, 400 Broadway, where the doctor can be consulted daily on diseases generally, from 12 to 2 p. m., without charge. 13-^m FIRST WARD LIVERY AND SALE STA ? BLES. IN announcing to the public of Washington that I have taken pos.-*e&sion, by purchase/^ of the above Stable*, cn G street, near the War Department, (lately occupied HPSl by A. Schwartz.) I wish to ln/orm?AjLjEl them that It will be entirely conducted by myself and that all orders left upon the premises will be attended to punctually with elegant Carriages and careful drivers. The Riding School wlllbe con ducted by a professional equestrian and perfectly docile horses; having stated hours for lady eque? in private or public, as they may prefer. Particular attention will be paid to horses kept at Livery in his establishment. Persons requiring open barouches or family car riages, caa be safls&torlly accommodated, as r/lidi?0- ^ ***** homm for lfl??" FRIRDLRRCK La g KM BY EH, ** Agent. fO oents?cloth 73 conts Taylor ft maurvs tn r Bookstore, nsar 8th st. EDUCATIONAL. GEORGETOWN CLASSICAL AND MATH EMATICAL ACADEMY. THE dndersigned having rented the building in which the late Wm. K. Abbott, Esq , so long and so favorably conducted his Academy, and bavins? thus secured more ample accommodations will receive an additional number of pupil*. Early applications are particularly requested, as it la Important that all the scholars should be pres ent at the formation of the classes. The exercises wili be resumed on Monday, Sep tember 3d P. A. BO WEN, Principal, au 27 No. M West st., Georgetown. RUGBY ACADEMY. Fourteenth street, opposite Franklin Squart. T>H L duties of this Institution will be resumed on the second Monday in September. Num her (f pupils limited. C rculars of the Academy can be obtained at the . residence of the Principal, on N. between l*2th and 13th streets. tf. F. MOR13QN. THE UNION ACADEMY. THE Fifth Annual Session of the Union Acad* emy; and the Sixth of the Union Female Acadesny, will open on the first Monday in Sep* tember, and continue 44 weeks. Terms as usual. Circulars at the Bookstore of R. Farnhara, Esq, and at the Rugby House, comer 14th and K sts. These institutions are so organized *nd con ducted as to secure th&t mental and moral train ing which will best prepare the pupil for the real lies ol'life. Z. RICHARDS, Prin. U. A. Mrs. Z. RICHARDS, Prin. U. F. A. an 17?lm i ^\l"RS. LUNDY will resume the duties of her -1*1. School on Monday, September 3d, at No. 46 Louisiana avenue. au 30 GEORGETOWN FEMALE SEMINARY. ARK PORT having been industriously circula ted to the effect that the terms for boarding and tuition in mv Seminary have been advanced to Jlee hundred dollars f <r session. 1 deem It my duty to give It an explicit contradiction. 1 do not know how tbe report originated, nor by what agency it has gained f=uch curreccy. The statement in my published catalogue's madewlih great clearness. and <v.n badly have perverted to ue >t double the amoudt stated. > The terms for the last three years have been S200 per session of ten months The additional cost of all articles of domestic consumption compelled me to raise mv terms to ?2T0 The t?rms for day pupils and for extra studies are unchanged. WILLIAM J. CLARKE, sep (??lw Georgetown, D. C. YOUNG LADIES'CLASSICAL INSTITUTE, 49U E street, between 5th and 014, (Removed from No. 9 Indiana avenue.) STEPHEN H. MIRICK, A. M., Principal. m?E next Academic yesr of this School, (form A eilv under the care of Rev. R. W. Cushman, D. 1)., but for the last two years in charge of the present Principal,* will commence Monday, Sep tember 10, I>s5(? Experienced teachers are em ployed in every department Every branch of a solid and ornamental education is taught, and di ploma* are given to those who complete the pre scribed course. Circular*, giving further information, can be ob tained at the bookstores and by application to the Prlntip&L au 7?ec2m EMERSON INSTITUTE. A Select Classical and Mathematical Schaal for Bays. 'flBI3 Institute Is located on H street, one door J. from the corner of i2th. The next Academic year will commence the first Monday In Septem ber. The number of pupils is limited The Princl pal can be ?een on and after August 27th, at the scaool room, from 0 to 12 o'clock a m. Terms: per quarter, for full course, SI5. Eng lish branches. #10. OH AS. B. YOUNG, A. M , Principal, ?u 9?eotf M. A. TYSON ic SISTER'S FEMALE SEKIJTARY FOE J)AY PUPILS, F street, bet. 12th and 13*A, Washington THE duties of this Institution will be resumed on the 15th September, and, in connexion with the above, they wish also to inform their pa tioQs and others that they intend opening an es tablishment for boarding pupils on the 1st of No vember next The latter is situated on the railroad and turn pike, sixteen miles from the city, and two south east of Laurel village For particulars, circulars may be had at the principal bookstores in Washington and Baltl* more. au 4?d4tAeodtSeptl5 MRS. HENRY a. RUHR informs her pu pils that their studies will re-commence the 24th September. No. 301 H street, between 13:h and 14lh. au 2P?3avv3w* "~MISS ROSA MOORE'S SEMINARY. THE duties of this Institution will be resumed on Monday, September 3d. For terms, Ac., apply to the Principal, No. 361 Sixth street, between H and i. au 15?eolm AMERICAN HOTEL, No. 456 Pa. avsnne. between 4# and 6th struts, S. HEFLE30WER A L. T. LOVETT, PRCP&IKT0H3. Jy 6?Cm POTOMAC PAVILION. THE Proprietor respectfully informs the public that the Pavilion will be kept open dur- lj Jng the ruuning of <?e Potomac Steamers. There are many families here who Intend JOt to remain throughout September, and he hopes that others may unite to eujoy the fine bath and cood fishing. W. W. DIX. Piuky Poiwt, Aug. 25,1955. au V> A CARD.?The subscriber informs his friends and the public that he is now able to attend to his business. He can be found at his old stalls, Centre Market, ready to wait on them, as he always has done heretofore. The best of BEEF always on hand. JNO. WALKER. Jv is?tf Victualler. MOUNTAIN HOUSl, CAPON SPRINGS! ffMIE undersigned having been solicited by A many southern friends to extend the present t ason, have determined to keep the Mountain House open for their accommodation until the 10th day of October. The three tournaments for the season will take place on the 2tfth of August, the 12th and 2cth ol September. The fare will be reduced So per month and 82 per waek, after the 1st of September, au 21? BLAKEMORE A INGRAM. A PLAIN FACT. A MAGNIFICENT Rosewood, elegantly fln iihcd full seven octave Piano Forte Just re ceived, from a celebrated manufactory in N. York, and must be sold withinfjIjT? ten day-, at the astonishing low prlee of f*25fl. Two fine rosewood Pianos from the celebrated establishment of Knabe, Gaehle A Co. Baltimore, have been used only a months, the owners being compelled to leave ihc city, and we are an thorized to sell them at the lew price of S200each. A second-hand Piano for 875and onefor 150. Always on hand Ui6 largest and mo^t reliable stock of fine Piauos in this city, at our Music Store, 308 Pa. avenue, bet 9th and Nth^ta. gep 4 JOHN F. ELLIS. GEO. M. VARNELL * J. W. MANR1NS, House, Sign and Faucy Painters, WOULD especially call the attention of the public to their specimens of Fancv Signs, to be seen at all times at their place of business Person* building and repuiridg would do well to eive us a call as we are determined to use every exertion o^ur part to give general satisfaction. Place of business on Louisiana avenue, between 6th and 7th streets, north side, next to the Vara urn Old ofazing promptly attended to. au 14?dtf BITS OF BLARNEY, by Shelton Mackenzie, Editor of the Life of t urrlan, Jr. Price 81. Guv Rivers, a tale of Georgia, by W. Giimors Sims, Eaq. Price Si '25.

Just Published and for sale at TAYLOR A MAURY'S Mpt Bookstore near Ninth street. OBRIN AROUND, ?Mrs of I Dream of Home, Hard Times, Good News. Do They Mits Me at Home, You wilj Miss Me Then, Home of My Childhood, Dearly Do I Lore Thee. Few Dava, Jordan, and a host of other new and DDpnlar pieces Just received at SO# Pennsylvania avenue, near 10th ?(. JOHN P. ELLIS. aut7 B OFFICIAL,. Tiuivit SsrASTMSKT, Aug. 3, ISM Notice is hereby given to holders of stock of the loan anthorixed by the set of 1644, redeemable oa and after the 13th November, 1850, that 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 sums expressed in the certificates. And to the holders of the stocks of the other loans of the United States, that purchases of the same to the amount of SI ,310,000 will also be muds during the same period at the following rates: Fer stock of the loan of 1943, a premium of 10 per cent.; for stock of the loans of 1847 and 1S48, a premium of IS per cent.; and for stock Issued un der the act of 1860, commonly called TexaJ-In demnity stock, a premium of 6 per cent. Interest will also be allowed, at the rate stlpu. lated In the certificates, from the 1st July lastte the day of settlement here, with one day in addi tion, to enable the Treasurer's draft to reach the party. , Certificates transmitted to this departveat un der the present notice should be duly asslgaod to the United States by the party entitled to iraln 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 msy direct. JAMES QUTHRIK, au 4?dtNov30 Secretary of the Treasury JOHN DICKSON, DA.VL S. GORDOI.k W'M. KINO have associated themselves to gether in the Wood and Coal business, and have located their place of business on the corner of 1 ntreet and Vermont avenge, one squaryiortheast of Lafayette Square, where they feel warranted in saying th?t they are pr? pared <o furuiali all who n?iy favor them with a call, with the very best qualities of Lehigh, White and Red Ash COAL, ufthe different sizes. Also, Cumberland lump, rail of mines, or fine for Smiths, Ac Also, Hick ory. Oak ana Piae Wood, all of which will be delivered promptly and with despatch, at the very Lowest living rates, and for ca?h a liUie lower. Families 11 want of fuel would do well to gl7e us a call before making thilr purchases for the winter, as our stock has been carefully selected, and in quality second to none in the District. DICKSON, GORDON A CO. au 23?2awlm STOVES! STOVES!?ORATES! GRATES! WE are now receiving and nff?>r for sale an ex tensive assortment of COOKING S TOVES, among wbich are to be found , th? Blue Ridge, WiMiam Fenn, Triumph. Complete. Atlantic, Bay State, Banner, Ma r/land, Kitchen Companion, ard others. Also, a cornpletM assortment c<f Parlor, Dining room, chamber, hall, storj, olflce and church t'lovfs, for either Wood or coal. Also, a fine assortment of Mantle Grates, New York patterns. All who are In want of Stores of grates will find it to their advantage to give us a call before pjr t basing We *hall take pleasure in showing our stock and giving cur prices to &.ny who may call ou us, whether they purchase or not. JOHNSON, GUY A CO, Pa. avenue, betw luth and 11th sts. sep3?3w (Organ) THE PIANO FORTE CLASSES o w Ma. WM. HENRY PALMER \RE now nearly completed, but a few vacan cies yet remain to be filled, for which ear'v application is deslrrd. as the number teing lln.i t< a no additional pupils will be stf eiwatd'* ad mitted, Mr. Palmer having determined to take no more th?n he can fully attend to. Due notice will be given to each pupil cf the first meeting for in struction, and as an Incentive to Improvement h?" proposes, at the expiration of the first half year to nave a general examination of his Classen, to which the parents and friends of each pupil will b" invited, and prize* will be awarded to those who may have ootilned the greatest proficiency. Application to be made to nlm in person, at his residence, 233 F street. Terms, S3 per quarter of twenty lessons, sep 4 _____ SYDNEY SMITH'S MEMOIRS, by his daughter, Lady Holland, with a selection from his letters, edited by Mrs. Austin, 2 volumes cloth, S2 The Jealous Miss Pardoc, paper. 50c Confessions of a Pretty Woman, by Miss Par doe, paper, 60 cent*. TAYLOR A MAURY, au 32? near 0th st. FALL GOODS. r|pHK subscriber would Invite the attention of I -- an t i mr alien I jB- his friends and the public to his supe rior stock of Goods for irentlemen's for the approaching reason Just received, |lj which will be made up to order in the most '' approved styles, at the shorest noti e, and at his usually low prices. Thankful to his patrons for their liberal encouragement heretofore he is confi dent that, from the facilities he now enjoys to bs able to give all entire satisfaction. K. GO DEV. Merchant Tailor, 8th St., 3 doors north Pa. av sep ft?dim A C ACT ION S necesssry onlv to those who have not yet u-ed ? my superior Black Tea at fiftv cent* a pound, agaim-tthe imposition that is daily attemptel br some persons of elastic conscience to palm off Tea representing it to be the same kind as mine. The way to nail tned<rcuption to the forehead of the parties so attempting, is by a trial, samples of which can be had gratuitously TLe balance of the chop-inark, forty-five boxes of thisa-ticle cf the latest im|iorutlon is In my store, and by th*? box families can have it reasonably leas than at re tall. One hundred and ten Magnolia hams, the last to be received this season, to ba had only at my store. Green conserve and preserved ginger. All the condiments neces?ary for American. French, and Knglish preserving and picking. Pursclder vin egar, glass and stone jars of all sizes for jellies, preserves and pickles, with a varletv of fre*h gro ceries unsurpassed. Z. M P KING Corner of V? rniont avenue, 1 and 15 street, north east of Jackscn Statue. sept 5. STEW ART'S SKYLIGHT GALLERY?" .AG U ERR EOT Y PES taken for 50 cents and upwards, and fitted in sp endld cases. We have the fiuest light in the city, which for soft ness and distribution of shsde is not surpassed if equalled in the United States. We invite all who want good Pictures to call at 324 Pa arenue, between 0th and 10th streets, over M. W. Gait A Bro.'s Jewelry Store, su 14?lm ~~ NOTICE. JOHNSON, GUY A CO , would call the atten tion of the District to their new and improved Parlor Companion, for heating parlors and cham bers with one fire, for beauty or style and finish, and economy, superior to anything of the kind ever offered in this City. Also, to their Blue Ridge Cooking Store, for utility and economy, exual to the best srer offered in any market. We would also call public attention to cur ex tensive assortment of HARDWARE, and Build ing Materials, to which we are constantly adding new articles. Pa. avenue, between 10th and Uth Ms. sep 3?2w (Organ) Independent police. HTHE undersigned have entered into a firm for JL the purpose cf attending to all criminal and other business which may be entrusted to them. Any communication from any part of ihe United States will be promptly attended to. One of said firm will be found at all times at John D. Clark's United Steles Police Ofice, No. 527 Twelfth st. WILLIAM H FANNING, JOHN H. STEWART. J. NORWOOD, SOLOMON GODDARD. W fT?lm < Organ) D - a value to the owner by being sent three weeks since from Ohio, by a mm. Any one bringing it to this olfice. WlU receive ae a reward another bird if deal red . : au36 DLANK BOOKS of all kinds and sises for sale Duumllil?TAVLOK. EVENING STAR NEW YOKE CORRESPONDENCE. Nxw York, Sept. 8, 1855. Returning Visitor*-A Drmp of Philosophy Raekel?Latest Styles?Rarhrl a Cur I J. mail?kail CampngK?Onr MneLtl Muyot ?yi!ucicr9?A Literary Dodge?Fret Lot t ?Progressive Union?Bitting on the Fali of SekiMopol, fye. There is a briskness now about New York which gives indications of an exciting fall, whether in business, polities, or pleasure. Places of amusement and churches are throw ing open the doors, and the thousands who played truant during the summer are begin nicg to show their sun-browned faces in our street*. My philosophic pen refuses to pa*s on without noting tho siiuultaoeousniss of the theatrical and evangelical seasons. When tte weather is too hot for amusemint. the ehurel - ts are closed. We are ail in a great whirl of excitement about tho great tragedienne, Rachel. Not withstanding all her faults as a woman, and ail the tricks resorted to by her inma^ei^? such as publishing a most exaggerated lite of her, as well us giving the utm< st notoriety to a f. w paltry act* of charity, if chMrity it can t>e called, which she has performed since her arrival; notwith.-danding these, it cannot be de mod that she is truiy great in her profes sion. Upon the first night of her performance nearly all tho celebrated acturs iu this coun ty were present, and those who are supposed to be tue best judges of the art were the most enthus astic in their applause. The houses have not been yet overcrowded, in fact scarce ly full; but tho great prices may make the thing pay. The prices range from SI to S3. Racnet hats are beginning to make their ap pearance; Rachel coats are already intro duced ; our restaurants advertise Rachel pud liing; saloots announce Rachel eocktail; and an enthusiastic Hibernian inforois the public that he is prepared to furnish them with supc r.or Rachel sirup prepared from arec'pe given to h:s father by tuat illustrious lady herseli when she resided in Cork, where she was born. Ot coarse his sirup sells. The parties and factions in the political field are beginning to marshal their lorcea in ear nest for the approaching election. Tho latest appeararce in the literary world [ is a book entitled " Tue Escaped Nun, orCou [ vent L'fe and the Confessions of a Sister ot Chanty. TLc book appears to be quite | leaduoie, but more especially mentionablc on account of the stratagems resorted to in order to get it advertised. An innocent tittle quarrel was g .tten up b^tweou Mis | Bunch lev, the escaped nun, and the publish ers, Do Witt & Davenport. It was stated by t tie lady that they haa taken unwarrantable liberties with ti;e text. This, of cour.e, they denied. The press through the ciuntry com mented upon the quairel?just what both au toor and publialieig desired. " We are in the midsl of a Revolution." An ism has sprang up, and is rapidly spreadiuc among us, thai threatens to turu our exiatLii: ?octal institutions upfidc down. It is the dxtune of "Free Lovo." This entirelv ig nores the present marriage system. Iis'dis j ciplcs contend fir aa unrestrained indulgence I ^ u 'j9. love. A piper was pub [ liehed here for more than a year that i.avo I jated this new idea. A few associations weie t'jim d in New \uik and Brooklyn where th?. theory was reduced to practice. And now tnc leaden of tho movement have gone West iu order to purchase land and live as a separate community. Tneir he-id quarters for the pres [ tnt, is Cincinnati. It is said that they alreaJv number more than 30 000. The association is called the 4? Progressive Union." The ad mission lee is twenty-five oents; and every member in required, after being initiated", should he de-sire to remain with the sect to surrender to the Society all his worldly goods. It is fair to presume that those who have joinod were uot very wealthy. The information brought by the Atlantic that Sevastopol is not yet taken, causes great disappointment and considerable pecuniary loss to our English residents, as heavy bets are pending upon the capture of that fortress be tween the arrival of one steamer and another Ibe allies have met with some little euc.'tss. however, and John Bull may win once by and by ii he keeps on betting long enotgh. lueFrencn residents are making efforts to get up a grai.d complimentary banquet to Ra chel at the Metnupolitan Hotel, previous to her doparturo on h?r tour through the United States. T*ctastH. tF* Here is a queer paragraph of history, which, had It occurred in one of Dickens novels, would hava been thought an invention quite absurd. We extract it from a speech lately delivered by that inimitable author at an administration refotm meeting in London: "Ages ago, a savage mode of keeping a; oounts on notchcd sticks was introduced into the Court of Exchequer, and the aocounts were kept much as Robinson Crusoe kept his calendar on tho desert island. (Laughter, i In tho coursc of considerable revolutions of time, the celebrated Cocker was born am diod. (Laughter.) Waikinghame, of the 1 u tor's Assistant, well versed in figures, was aljo born and died?a multitude of account ants, book-keepers, and actuaries were born and died. SUI1 official routine inclined to these notched sticks, as if they were the pil lars of the constitution; and still the Excne quer accounts continued to be kept on certain flints of elm wood called 'talies.' (Hear, and laughter.) "In the reign of Oeorge III , an inquiry was made by some revolutionary spirit, whe ther pens, ink ami paper, and slates and pen cils being in existence, this obstinate adher ence to an obsolete custom ought to be contin-. ued, and whether a change ought not to be ef footed All the red tape in the country grew redder at the mere mention of this bold and original conception, and it took till 1820 to get these sticks abolished. (Laughter.) "In lft34. it was found that there was a considerable accumulation of them, and the question then arose, what was to be done with such worn out, worm-uaten, rotten old bits of wood? I dare say there was a vast amount of minute mcmoranduming and dispatch box ing on this mighty subject. The sticks were boused at Westminster; and it would naturally occur to any intelligent person that nothing could be aat\?r than to allow them to be car ried away for firewood by the miserable peo ple that live in that neighborhood. However they never had been useful, and official rou tine required that they never should be, and ?o the order went forth that they were to be privately and eonfidentially burnt. (Laugh ter and chcers.) It came to pass that they were burnt in a stove in the House of Lords. The stove, overgorged with these preposterous sticks, set fire to the H?use of Lords; tLe House of Lords set fire to the House of Com moEs; the two houses were reduced to ashes architects were called in to build others; we are now in the second million of the oost tthere of;-the national pig is not nearly over the stile yet, and the litUe old woman, Britannia hasn't got home tonight. (Loud lau?ht*r and cheers.'*)' . * Oaaaoaim .?The progress which this iastu tution is making aaa?g as is really wonder % " U shortly in tt4le Pn>U*ant uta lation.?Toronto Colo nut. ? kiM" ?aid (by the editor of the Louisville Times) to be elliptical. This must be derived from the sensation one expe riences when enjoying the luxury, for it lsoer tainly a Up-tickle. Tbte excellent Family u4 Neva tain lag a oaa be fbuad la aay ocbar Is pubnahed Jtngl* ?opy, par kWM easeaaase*m1 *0 CLCBS. Ftweeptai ? T?? cnpf f Twenty copies li 117 Cash, iitiuiut la iivtici. |D" single copies (In wrappers) can be at tbe counter. Immedlataly after ths la paper. Price?Taaaa Con. PoiTKitTUi Who act aaageats wUl to 1I1*loo of twenty per cant. Tbb Wirt's Im-lcbjcb ?A woman, in macy instances, baa her haeband's fortune la her power, because she may or she may i*.t conform to his circamstances This U her ftrcl duty, and it ought to be her pride, No paaeion Tor loxury or display ought to tempt her for a moment to deviate in toe leapt <i?gree from this line of conduct. She will find her reepec Lability in it. Auj other coarse is wretohed ne*? itself, and inevitably leads to ruin Nothing oan be more miserable than to strug gle to keep up appearance*. If it 00aId (St cecd, it would o<wt more than it is worth; as it never can, iU failure involves the deepe?t mortification. Some of the sublimest cxbibi tionsof human virtue have bean made by wo men, who have been pereipitated suddenly from wealth and splendor to abeolete want Then a man's fortunes are, la a manner, la the hands of his wife, inasmuch as hi* own power of exertion depends on her. Hu motel strength is inconceviably increased by her sympathy, her counsel, bar aid. 8be can aid immensely by relieving bim of every case which she is capable of takiug upon herself. His own employments are usually suoh as to require his whole time and his whole mind. A good wife will never suffer her hasbaad's attention te be districted by details to whieb her own time and trlent* are adequate If ?ha be prompted by .rue effeetion and food ouse, she will perceive when his spirits ate borne down aou overwhelmed, she of all ht being*. c?n best minister to his needs. For the sick soul her nursing is quite as sover eign as it is for eorporaal ills If it be weary, in her assiduity It finis re po?e and refreshment. If it be harraseed and *orn to a morbid irritability, her gentle t >nes s eal over it with a soothing more potent than the most exquisite music. If every enterprise ?>c dead, her patience and fortitude have the p~>wer to re-kindle them ir the heart, and ha again goes fbrth to renew tbe enoounter with the toils and troubles of life. CRBErivo Thlsgs.?Let ma put a spider into a lady's hand. She is aghast. She hrieks The nasty ugly thing. Madame, the spider is perhaps shocked at your Bras *cls laces, and although you may be the moat exquisite painter living, the spider has a right >o laugh at your oourse daubs as she runs over them. Just show her your orotcket work when you shriek at her. '* Hare you spent half your days,1'' the spider, If she ha spiteful, may remark, " have you spent half your dayc >u those cluiney anli-in vaaeis and theee Otto man covers ' My dear lady, is that your wabf It' I were big enough I might with reason dron you and cry out with you. Let me but spend a day with you and bring my work. I have little bags of thread?such little bags! In every bag there a*e more than 1,000 holas, such tiny, tiny holes ! Out of each bole thread runs. Bud all the threads?more than 4.000 treads?I spiu together as they run, and when they are spun they make but one thread of the wrt> I weave. ( have a mem bar of my f-unily who is herself no bigger than a /rain of sand Imagine what a eleuder thread she m^kes. a"d that, too, each thread is made of 4.000 or b 000 threats passing through 4,000 or 5.000 liule holes. Would you drop her, toe, iryiug cut about her delicacy. A pretty 1 hiitg, indeed, for you to plumsyourseif on delicacy, and to ecream at us." Having made *uch a speech, we may suppose that the indig nant creature fastens a rope round one of the r>ugh poin'a of the lady's hand, and lata her ?>clf down gently on tbe fioor. Cooking down stairs is noisy, dirty woik. compared with such a way of loeomouou. The creeping things we acorn are miraotas of beauty. They are more delicate than any ?rmulu elock or any lady's wateh. mad* for pleasure sake, no higher than a shilling Ly cunet counte-l 4 041 musele* in a single cat erpillar, and these are a email part of these work* Uooke found 13 300 bits that provide nothing but the act of breathing in a carp. Wilkiio Lbavbs or Arsraai.ta.? Almost everybody has heard of the wonderful walk ing leaves of Australia. For a long time after Uie diseovery of that island m*ny people really believed that tbe leaves 01 a cer tain tree which flourishes there eculd walk about upon the ground Tbe story arose in this way: Some English railors lai.ded upon tbe cjast one day. and after roaming about until they were tired, they sat down un der a tree to rest themselves. A puff of wiad oame aior g. and blew off a shower of leaves, which, after turning over and over In the air, as leaves generally do, finally rested upon the ground- As it was midsummer, and every thing appeared quite green, the cireumstinee puaaled the sailors considerably. Bat their surprise was much greater, as you may well suppose, when, after a short time, they saw the leaves crawling along B}-on the ground towards the trunk of the tree They ran at once for their vessel without stopping to ex amine into the matter at all, and set sail away from the land where everything sjemed to be bewitched. One of the men said that be ''ex pected every moment to see tbe trees set-te and dance a jig " Subsequent explorations of Aastralia hare taught us that these walking leaves are in sects. They live upon the trees. Tbeir bo il os are very thin and flat, tbeir wings form* ing large leaf like organs. When they are disturbed their legs are folded away undar their bodies, leaving the shape exaetiy like a leaf, with it stem and all complete. They are jf a bright green oolor in the summer, bat they gradually ehabge in tbe fall, with the leaves, to the brown of frost-bitten vegetation. When shaken from the tree they lis Tor a few niaute? upon the ground, ss though they were load, but presently they begin to orawl along : >wards the tree, whieb they ascend agsln. They rarely use their wings, although they iro pretty well supplied in this respact. Lbttbb from aji Ok vises Hobsb.?The New fork Sunday Time* publishes a very sensible etter from a 44 'Bas Doss." 1 am a poor boas who daily falls in Broad vay, upon that mucb-laadod pavement wbieh lonstitutas Gotham's rats* us stria. The grooves are all a sham, ani the water on tha tone makes a skating pond of the granite affair, as much as any lake in December la he 44 Old (iranite State." Therefore, I Uuak ! have a right to make my grievances known. ' have been a stage-horse for abont five years, i am Bsod to hard knocks, hard ierks, bsrd Lriviug, hard hollaring, and hard foediag; >ut crush ut fetlock joints If this whopping lown every day isn't harder than all! There s a remedy, surely, I don't know much about t, to be sure; but this 1 know?that44 spriuk iug" the street is one thing, and luunaatug t another. Now the man who peddles Cro on through that tin pipe twasKs* it over the itrect. Why don't he make the holes smaller ind drive faster ? Ha only wants to lay the lust! 'SteaA of this, he makes tks dust sud. My neigh for it, ladies prefer dust to set feet, or to slippiag up, for all their soot oped petticoats. Can t the policemen take lessons is bar* aessing and unharnessing7 When I slips lown, they butt me with the pole, hold my aead down, bangle over the scrape, aad never push tha stage back so ss to let me gat ap. I'll be made beef of some day. All I caa ?ay is. I hope one of thoee model M. P.'s will juy ten pounds rf me at one-and-eight-panea a pound! Won't I he tough eating to him? Now, good editor, help me. Toa can liter ally aay what T a an aay only paraph raeetio Uly 1 Tha'Ttmea' tie out of Jolat: . Jh. curaed aplte, thai I wee avsr boa te sst them right." Yours, fte., Tas Owses Heate, who was down yesterday, to-day. and will be forever, unless you help a>s ap |y Rash oaths, kept or broken, often pre iuoe guilt