Newspaper of Evening Star, April 10, 1856, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 10, 1856 Page 1
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. _ s.. ?itt pill ? i' _ ?? VOL. Vn. WASHINGTON, D. ?., THURSDAY. APRIL 10, 1856. NO. 990. THE EVENING STAB, fUBLIKHKD EVERY AFTER MOOR. (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) ^4 ikt Sf* B*Hdtnf*,eerntr of Pcnntflv**ta MMM W< klivtmk strtti, BJ W. D. WALLACI, ir"J bewared to B^Vcrlhere by carriers at SIX and A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly lo ti.e Aleuts; papers served in packages at 37# leau month. To mall subscribers the sub ^rlptlon price is THREE DOLLARS AND PIP fY CBNTS a year t? mdvanc*, TWO DOLLARS lor six months, and ONB DOLLAR for three Booths; f?r lem thsa three months at the rate of \t4 Mats a weak. E7-BIN6LK COPIES ONE CENT. H ANTHONY BUCHLY, UNDERTAKER, fbop and RMldfnee N?. 303 Penn. arcane, sooth side, between 9th and loth sts., AVING PROVIDED HIMSELF WITH *n ELStrA.S'T H EARS E, gad all nscsssary eonvsniencea fori properly conduci ng hlc business, would respectfully inform the public that he la fully prepared to All all orders entrusted to him, it the shortes- notice, and In the beat manner A large supply of READY-MADE COFFINS of all sues, always on hand, which will be fur nished on tne most reasonable terms. As heretofore, no pains will be spared to give eatlre satisfaction on all occasions. N B?Resld n? on the premises, orders will bs^yomptly attended to at all hours. BLACKSMITH I NO A BOILER MARINO. THE UNDERSIGNED TAKES THIS method of informing his friends and the pub lic that he has commenced the above named business, in ail its various branches, at the corner of Ninth street and Virginia avenue. (Island,) adjoining the machine shop of Hall A Co., where, by atrlct attention to business, he hopes to receive a share of public patronage All order j addressed as above will receive prompt attention. IZT Repairlag dene at the shortest notice. SMITH PE1T1T. Formerly Superintendent of Boiler Department of the Eagle Iron Works of Wm M. Ellis A Bro. mar 15?lm* NOW THE SNOW IS THAWlNflt" The lakbs are overflowing with Bouquets of Real and Artihcial PLOWBRS. with PERFUMERY. FANCY 900D9, MUSICAL BOXES, CLOCKS, STA TIONERY, Ac., Ac. OPERA GLASSES for sale or reut At THE LAKES, mar 6 501 Pa. av., near Adam's Express. JONAS P. LEVY, mroBTsa and ssalsb in WUTX8, LIQUORS, CIGARS, AMD 71*1 GROCERIES, general Commiaiion & Forwarding Merchant INSURANCE AND BILL BlCOKBR, No. 474 Pa. av., two doors below U. 8. Hotel, Washisstos Citt, D. C. N. B .?Country Merchants are requested te give sae s call before purchasing elsewhere. oc i-ly CHOICE KKl'IT TREES FOR. SALE. in nnn trees, of extra 1 v/5v/* J\J growth and well assorted tOA 5,000 PEACH TREES, forming a com plete assortment and well grown. ? Af?w very choice Dwarf PEAR TREES, of extra sixe. The above comprising a very choice assortment of Trees were raised by the late John H. King, they will be guaranteed to be what they are rep resented ARply to W. Albert K'ng, No. 35 south High street, Georgetown, D. C , or at Valley View Farm, one mile northwest of Georgetown, ?italogues furnished on application E J. KING. Also, for sale, a few thousand very choice ROSES Apply as above. E. J.K. mar 11?tf CHAUNCEY WAKR1NER, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER. AND DEALER IN FINE WATCHES JEW ELRY and SI LV ERWARt:; would respect fully solicit the attention of those who desire a good articie, to his choice variety of London, Ge neva and Copenhagen WATCH ES, selected with the view of time-keeping and durable qualities, for which a suitable guarantee will be furnished those who purchase SOLD SEALS. FOB and VEST CHAINS, FINE JEWELRY. SILVER SPOONS, GOB LETS, CU k*S, FORKS, Ac., for sale at N. York prices. The Chronometer, Duplex, Lever, Cylinder, Repeating, Musical and other WATCHES re r?ef r?d Also, JEWELRY. Ac. No. 379 Pa. avenue, between 6th and 7th streets, Brown's Hotel Building, sign cf the GOLDEN WATCH, Jan 28?Om Washington, D. C. 1 FRENCH NOVELS AND ROMANCES; Just Imported, li variety, from Paris by the undersigned, including the best of Victor Hu^p, Dumas, Sue. and other writers of note, at prises ranging from ten and ?/.e^n cents upwards, many of them with numerous illustrations. . Also, a few of the modo.n French Drama, by Scribe, Balxac, and others. apl FRANCK TAYLOR. "THE MARRIAGE GPIDE." Marri age guide, or natural His tory of Generation, for the use of married persons and those sbout to marry, of both sexes: price, $1. ? THE MALE GENERATIVE ORGANS," in health and disease, from infancy to old age, with the treatment of all their derangemeut?; for every man's own private use; with colored plates; pries. SI. A POPULAR TRFATISEON VENEREAL Diseases; their cure and prevention; for private use; with colored plates; ptlce. SI THE MATRONS MANUAL OF MID w!fery and the Diseases of Pregnancy and Child birth, for every female's own private use: price SI THE DISEASES OF WOMEN?THEIR Causes and Treatment Any of the Books can be had of the agent, ALEX. ADAMSON, mar M-im 7th street, cppo*lte Post OSce. SEGAKS, TOBACCO AND SNUFF. HC Pl'RDY, IMPORTER OF SEGARS, ? TOBACCO, AND SNUFF, has Just re ceived a new invoice of GOODS of superior qual ity Aiso, dealer in Meerschaum and other PIPES, and other articles usually ltept in a Fancy Segar Store. Consumer* are respec lively Invited to give me a call. U.C PURDY, Pennsylvania avenue, near 3d street, uiar 18?lm under VVashln {ton House. SINGER'S Improved Sewing Machines. Te which was granted ths highest A ward sf the Paris Exhibition, thereby receiving the Wsrld'a Verdict sf Superiority. rpHE IMPROVEMENTS IN THIS MA l chine has simplified them in maxy respects, and they are capable of ex ermine: twice the amount of work they did formerly In any given time. They are witoout question the only Machines ca pable of eewlng every variety of goods perfect; a ?hirt bosom or heavy trace for harness can be sewa bv any of these machines by a simple change of needle and thread In such a manner that the closest scrutiny cannot detect a fa alt. Manufacturers, planters and families will find them the only safe Machines to purchase, as they are built strong and durable, and not likely to gst out of order Ws have machines with goages attached, for binding hats, cap fronts, gaiters, Ac. Silk. Thread, Cotton, Needles, Ac., constantly on hand, at the lowest rates. Persons desirous of information regarding Sew ing Machines wiii please address I. M SINGER A CO., 105 Baltimore street, Baltimore. N B ?We are prepared to exchange these ma chines for old machines of any kind Terms lib eral Persons who have t?een induced to purchase inferior machine* under tbe pretext of being che.tp, will find this a benefit Indeed. mar 10?tf LADIES, PLEASE READ: JUST ARRIVED FROM KINGSTON, JA malca, W. I., and in store for sals by the sub scriber : 4 dox. PRUNE CORDIAL, particularly for ladies' use. Also. far gentleman, a few doxen of PRUNE DRAM, so much esteemed for its virtues for the benefit of health, about eleven to one o'clock. Not to be had In any other store but at JONAS P. LEVY'S, 474, Pennsylvania avenue. Wines, Liquors, Segars and fine Groceries, mar 7?tf |>OYS' BoV JACKETS, BO* S' PANTS, ui ir t>... ..... _ V BOYS' VESTS, BOYS" SHIRTS, BOYS' COATS. BOYS'SACKS, HOYS'DRAWERS, BOVS' UNDERSHIRTS BOYS'CAPS, BOY*'SUSPENDERS, BOYS'COLLARS, BOYS'CRAVATS. Being the largest and finest assortment of Boys' 1 READY MADE GARMENTS, suitable for dress *&d school wear, to be found this side of New Vork, to which we particularly Invite the attsn tton of Parents and Guardians, assuring them that a?l goods will be offered at the lcwist prices. WALL A STEPHENS. '22 Pa. av., between 9th and loth sts. r 22 next to Iron Hall. t^LLlS'S STORE is 300 Pennsylvania * avenue, aear Tenth street. mar 5 OFFICIAL* 1a*A8u*T Dzr abtmxmt, Dec. J, 18*. Notice 1* hereby given to holder* of stocks of the United Statee that this Department will pur chase to the amount of 11,500 000 of said stocks at any time when the same may be offered prior to the 1st day of Jnne next, and will pay therefor the following prices, to wit: For stock of the loan of 194?, a premium of tea percent; for stock of the loans of 1847 and 1848, a premium of sixteen per cent.; for stock Issued under the act of 1850, commonly called Texas-ln? demnlty stock, a premium of six per cent.; and for stock of the loan of 1848, redeemable on the I?th November, 1846, if received at the Treasury prior to the 1st day of January next, a premium of 2* percent.; if received between the 1st Jan* uary and the 31st of March next, a premium of * per cent; and If received after the 31st of March and prior to said 1st of June next, a premium of 1* percent. Interest will also be allowed on said stocks at ?he rates specifed In the certificates, from the 1st July last, If assigned with the principal of the certificates received prior to the 1st of January next. After that date the Interest will be allowed In addition to the premium from 1st of January to the date of their receipt. In both cases one day's Interest will be allowed In addition for the money to reach the seller. Certificate* transmitted to this Department un der the present notice should be duly assigned to the United States (with the current half year's In t?reat, if sent prior to the 1st of January next) by the party entitled to receive the purchase money. Payment for these stocks will be made by drafts upon theasslstant treasurers at Boston, New York, or Philadelphia, as the parties entitled to receive the money may direct. JAMES GUTHRIE, dec 3?dtJunel Secretary of the Treasury. FOR SALE. FrBil Tree*, Or namental Shrub*, Climbing Plants, Ac. I 5A.JLE RK,CEIVED, FROM PARIS, 12,000 hi m,uind celebrated EVKli-n* BLOOMING ROSES known In Europe *5* comprising Bourbons, Hybride, perpetual'-*" in*1?.!?rif?^038! Wontbly Moss, Swiped Prov ins, and Climbing Roses, all fine large plants, the best collection in America. * V ' ALSO? ? ? I2?t ^ollectJ?n <* PEARS, on Pear and Ti. "OTn^ of large size and fine form. Also, APPLES, PEACHES APRICOT** CHERRIES. GRAPE VIN^B, Ac , and Orna n?k pi a KR,;KkknS, CLIMB and of ti^qu^ity 0 " Warran*d trQ? to ALSO? the new CHINESE POTATO, (Dyiscorea Batatas,) the most valu able acquisition of this cer.tury. 1 Invite the attention of all lovers ef good fruits and admirers of good roees to this collection p, . , . A. JARDIN, rlonat aiid Nurseryman, Connecticut avenue, 8treet> lwo #<luare8 Lafayette Square ap 3 ?2w WOR1EU COLLARS AND SLEEVES '? ?Just opened from the importer a full assortment of? Collars and Sleeves In sets Cambric and Mu?lln Collars at very low prices Also, White Cambrics Plain and Figured Swias Muslins Plaid Cambrics and White Brilliants at law cU per yard * W ltn many other 6oods very cheep. i ~ WM R RILEY, apx-lm Cor 9th st , opp Centre Market. NOTICE TO TME LADIES. OOPENING OF SPRING MILLINERY. N THURSDAY NEXT, APRIL 3 MRS PRIBRAM A DATGHTER will o?n01 at No z7i Pennsylvania avenue. the largest and handsomest assortment of SPRI^gJ^I MIL: INLRV ever before offered, consisting In part of Silk, Lace, Crape, and Straw Hats of the latest Parisian style Also, Rlhbon Flow er-, Rusches Blonde, Cap#, and Flutes, Ac. ?l^?f we lnv"? the attention of the Ladles cf Washington and vicinity, and most respectfully soiioit them to give us a call as we are determined not to b# excelled by any other house in the city, having made ar rangements to beconetanUysupplled with French and New V o:k made Hats Mrs. P1BRAM A DAUGHTER. P* av betw lut^ and llth sts. mar 31?aw COFFIN WAKKKOOM, *e. J WILLIAM PLANT A CO., VNDKKTA ? KERS?resldence418 tfeveath ?tieet, between G aad H streets. /L H ?i Interments procured in any ground ?r cemetery CoflUs, Caps, Shrouds, Carriages, Hearse, and every article for interments oi the best quality furnished at short notice, or the most reasonable terms, and at all hours of the ?L/ht. Having the exclusive right of Crump's Patent Corpae Preserver, we guarantee to keep the tead for any length ef time. }j li?iy J? tONNELLY, Undertaker. No 423 Seventh street, wtt tide, let. G and H. Would respectfully inform the cltliens of Washington and , the adjoining counties that be Isfc^^jas^ prepared to attend to all orders at the shortest notireand on the moat liberal terms, He will spare no pains to give entire satisfaction ou *J1 occasions He guarantees to preserve the dr-ad in the warmest weather for any length of I i lQ6. A large supply of ready made COFFINS of all sizes and qualities, always on hand .j^^^0id8\Cuar?e5e,,? ?nd every other article furnished of the best quality. - A share of the public paUonage is rexpectfullv >0 lid ted. mar 84-tf P>R SALE t'R EXCHANGE.? SEVERAL s*ven-octave rosewood riANO-^!S3ka FORTE, elegantly finished, will be?7TlW !^,>w iC?n"f yood PaPer* or will be ex changed for building material and work These Instruments may be s?n at mv Saloon,'ar*l any peraoa disposed to purchase or trade will please make early application. . nLar28 LEWIS CARUSl. TUR*K PIANOS RECEIVED THIS . Y.' and for w'e low at the great Piano ,1 ^ ELLIS,30? Penn. avenue, between 9th and 10th itretto. apt-tt BOHLY 12k CEBITS. UCKLEY'S CELEBRATED SONG BOOK P*!,10'' a collection of new ffricff. wl 1?**' M vun? Bu^ley's New wav New v^rSer8w '^r opera house, Broad For sale by the a^ent. or sale by the agent, marM-ftm -rK ,ALKX ADAMSON. mar J*-?m . th street, opposite Post Office. WATCHES A?D iEWKLfivlj^ cent, cheaper than can -w be boujjhtelsewhere In Wash- ~ lagt n,at J. ROBINSON'S, mar21-lin 319 Pa av., opp Browns'Hotel. Apples and potatoes. 1U0 bbls. prime Bostoa APPLES 100 bbla prime Marcer POTATOES For sale by HARTLEY A BROTHER, mar 'J5 ? ' H Georgetown. AJ*PliRS' MAGAZINE, for April, Me. . The Old Dominion, by G P R James, 50c. Yankee Netlons for April, 1 ike. Harnera' Story Boo* No 17 (Klfred,) 26c. Hallou s Magazine, fjr April. l?c. Ala?, * good aaaortmment of Faber*a Pencils. Gillette's Pens, and Mayaard's A Neyee Ink For sale by E. K LUNDY, mar *1?tr _No. 148 Bridge st , G?ergetown. L. J. Ml DDL ETON, DEALEE IN ICE, OJIee and Deft?Sonthweat corner of F and Twelfth streets. feb27-tf MR. W. HKNKY PALMER'S PIANO FORTE CLASSES, ftrs Dollars Ptr ijuartrr., Apply at GEORGE HlLBUS'S Music Depot, Penssy.vania avenue. mar 14-tf /BLOCKS?CLOCKS?CLUCKS.?A GREAT vaiiety of CLOCKS, all w.-irranted topni ke? p good time one veer, at P3I J ROBINSONS, 34W Peonsylvanla avenue. CfaJ mar Sl-lm opposite Browns' Hotel, J. kirkwood. CONVEY AlfPFH and general agent FX)r claims, A^JrE5Dp TO THE SALE AND TRAN8 ri.irnl U Pror?^; Ca-es before the Court of Claims, Procures Bounty [.and Warrants, Pen sions and other Claims. ' 514 8eventh street, opposite the Na ip J?encw ??c<,? Washington, D. C. SPRING MILLINKRY. T MB^?U%Ci K^ UAS JUST OPENED a 1?3. STOCK OF S1LK^^_ PI()WFRs\l!ON!!iETt!l RTBBONS.^fc !??. and resPectfnnv lnvlte?|P my old customers and the public to'pav me^ ????*! t' 1 Jr?t0 886 * very beautiful, fash onable.and tes'efnl lot of Millinery; all of which ii .i 6 ",ra(<Wlnary low prices My latest selections of the new styles of PARIS BONNETS of the faehion In that city for this Spring are un surpassed In the United States MISS WALLACH, .? ?}? over Mr- Wall's shoe store, mar iM-gawlm between 7th and 8th sts. MOOTS AND SHOES. WQUTsK*ni.LE.S AND small profits E ARE DAILY ADDING TO OUR large assortment of Spring BOOTS?A* and SHOES for I*adies, Misses. Children, Gentlemen, Boys, and Youths. You wilif wj save time and money by calling early and examining our stock. Another supply of those new style Gaiters received to-day. A HOOVER A SON, South side Pa av., bet. 6th and 7th st. ap 2?TTh&Slm DK StHVTARTZE'S Worm Destroying Syrup. HHHE ONt.Y KNOWN REMEDY WHICH never fails to destroy Worms without injury to the patient. 11 is warranted to be a purely vege table compound, and compared with other prepa rations is pieasant to take, and innocent in its operation It needs but a trial to prove its effi. cacy. Price 5.5 cents a bottle. For sal" at JOHN SCHWARTZE'S, __ and Chemical Store, No. 4?3 Pa avenue, next to U. S Hotel. P. B.?A liberal deduction will be made to the trade. mar 20?eotf 1 HAVE THIS DAY BOD6HT OUtTu, 1 the interest of George W Garrett in the Stock and Fixtures of his Carpenter Business, as here tofore carried on liy him at hig shop, in the re*r of Jackson Hall, between rd and 4U streets. I shall continue the Carpenter*' Business in all its branches, at the same pla<-e, and respectfully re quest a continuance of the custom HENRY A. GARRETT. I hereby authorize Giorgk W Gabkbti to transact business for me in anv matter connected with the Carpenters' Business. HAG ap 1-eCJw SPRING OPENING OF 1?36. THE SUBSCRIBER HAS JUST KE turned from the Eastern Markets with ^ - one of the largest and most varied assort- ?n ments of FRENCH BONN ETS, adapted JM to the season, ever offered In this market. Also a large stock of French FLOWERS. EMBROIDERIES, RIBBONS, STRAW GOODS, and COR^ETTS Ladles DRESS TRIMMINGS in gre?t profu sion. Particular attention yald to Dress making In the latest French styles. Neatness and despatch may be relied on in all cases M WILLIAN, Market Ppace, between 7th and 8th streets, mar 11?eoflw A GREEN WOULD RESPECTFULLY ? inform the citizens of Washington, and the P'tMie in general, that he has just received a large assortment of? told band and White French China DINNER and TEA WARE Very li ie Gilt, While, and Flowered VASE8 Do ICE CREAM SHELLS COLOGNE BOTTLES and CARD BASKETS. Also, a large and general assortment of Flint GLASS WARE, and a large stock of Mahoganv and Walnut FURNITURE, BEDS and MAT TRESSES of every description , all of which will be sold low for cash. Plwise call and examine at No. 5"i8 Seventh street. Very respectfully. ? A. GREEN, mar 2b -eo2w FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES. For sale, at the nurseries of the subscriber, at Ltnsan Hill, aed on 14th street, in Washington, a largeand well\M9 selected assortment of FRUIT and OKNA->?> MENTAL TREES. Amongst them 12 to 15 thousand APPLE TREES, well-assorted and of line growth, at $80 per hundred. 15 to *0 thousand PEACH TREES, forming a complete assortment, at 812 50 per hundred, or S100 per thousand 5,060 to 7,000 PEAR TREES, dwarfs and stan dards. A few hundred DWARFS of extra size. With a general assortment of PLUM, CHER RY^APRICOT, NECTARINE, anaQUlNCE Also, CURRANTS. GOOSEBERRIES, RASPBERRIES, STRAWBERRIES, Ac of the most approved kinds. The stock of ORNAMENTAL TREES Is ex tensive and line. Amongst those cf large size for streets and lawns are many thousands of such as American and European Elms and Llndeus, Tu lip Trees, Aspen, Abele, and other Poplars ? American and European Horse Chestnuts: Sugar' Silver, Scarlet, and Norway Maples; Mountain Ash, Green and White Ash; several varieties of Oaks and Magnolias; Weeping Willows, Golden Willows, and many other*. Ornamental Erergreeus and Shrubbery. Great exertion* have been made to make this department complete; it now contains from thirty to forty thousand Firs and Pines of choice varie tie*, a portion of which are of extra size. Persons wishing to embellish their grounds and Eroprletors of public cemeteries will find it to ?elr advantage to call and select such as may an swer their purposes. Persons residing near, when it is desired, can have Trees delivered, with balls of earth to the roots, which they will find to give them a decided preference over trees transported flrom a tflstance. Job gardeners will be supplied at a reasonable discount. JOSHUA PIERCE, mar 14?wtf FOR GENTLEMEN. NEW SPRING tiOODS, EMBRACING A general variety of the newest and prettiest style* and fashions. Orders promptly filled. Constantly on hand a good supply of Garments ready made, of superior quality. Also, toe Dress Shirts, with' Gauze, Silk, and Cotton underdress, Furnishing and Toilet Goods in variety. A.H.YOUNG, Merchant Tailor and Clothier. Browns' Hotel, mar 25?wtf Pa avenue. SPRING GOODS. JOHN H. 8MOOT.No 118 South side Bridge street, near High, Georgetown, D. C., has re celvedhis First InsUiiuentof SPRING GOODS, ?ul ed to the early demand. Plain cols all wool Mous de Laines. Plain Black Silks, all grades, Plain French Proeolesor Cambrics, White and colored figured Brilliantes, 100 pieces English and American Calicoes, 20 pieces Mauchester and Domestic Ginghams, 85 pieces Whlte Cambrics and Jaconets 60 pieces Checked and Plain Muslins ' 25 pieces Richardson and Barklle's Irish Linens, 300 pieces soft-finished Shirting Cotton, 12*c. New Y ork, Bates and Wamasutta Mills do , Heavy bleaohed and brown Sheeting Cottons, Toweling, Table Damasks, and Napkins, Ladl-a and Genu Linen Cambric Handkerchief*, "?**vy Osnaburg Prints and S riped Osnaburgs, Mixed Denims and twilled and plain do. Also, Whalebone and Manilla Corded Skirts,

White and slate colored do., ot^r ?*a*?nable goods, to which large ad fil soon be made from the latest arrivals V w rk and Philadelphia. ?o r*n ?^UrPr0mpt P*y'nK customers are solicited t0 call early. (mar 5) J. H 8. ?192? R EG 231 corner F^ni ver J?f Hora?opathy. Ollce, lions from 10 l^m^to 3 ,tWU h"!nK reined from Europe with Improved health wfll attend to the practice of his profession. Le Docteur parle Francals. Dsr Doctor sprlcht Deutscb. El Doctor haDla Espanol 11 Dottore psrla Itallann. mar 7?3m# PRIME ITALI^MAC^ko7ii7i77~ 1 HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LOT OF 1 prime ITALIAN MACCARONI,of latest Im portation. Also,fresh S'rdiue*, Aneholves Bor deaux Oil, Smoked Betf, Buckwheat, 6reen Com, frrsh Tomatoes, Ac., Ac., for sale by Hi#' 19 'A. M. P. KING. AUCTION SALES. VV' BOTELER, Auctioneer TVr"d V* VALUALLK IM. virtue of I ?#*ate ?? tfc? Island?By KS^wSHS^" V- 30bf?tro?'lUb h?S5 IITCXS"'11 bUlUframt dweU"W Property is eligibly situated In a rap idly improving part of the *ity,andoflVTsa favor able opportunity to person* faMngZwmn ment?nCC ?f busine"8 8tand> ?r making an invest f?,lKe.teriTU ?{ wlu **: One-third cash and fnfiJS wf .n R,f' tW(>lve? and eighteen months If lnterMt. secured by deed of trust d^R nft^P?KPe r,and not complied with in six Ui/risk and'prnl6' th*P?1*?Y be resold at vevanH Re purchaser All con vejancing at the expense of the puroha?er. C. P. WALLACH, Trustee. _mar 31?cots C' W ""jfe. By JAS. C. McGUIRE, Auctioneer. T'VSf/tf K'S ?T VALUABLE Real ^ "state.?By virtue of a deed of trust to the subscriber, dated April 12, 1851, and duly re ffiiSiIM#bW J'A 8 ' No 23, folios 441 422, 423, and 424, one or the land records for W??h the hii/h^if'^i ili8hlil StU at Public auction, t? NnniP m W.e0 on TUESDAY AFTER uii !?.' MVetl "th, at four o'clock, rn the prem i8*V?e *h?le of Square No 471 fronting on south K and L and ?th and 7th streets west Terms; One-third cash; the residue in 6, 12. ^!?/l!?n.Lhs' w,tl? in*r"t> secured by a deed of trust on the premises*. All conveyancing at the cost of the purchaser. HENRY NAYLOR, Trustee. JAS. C. McGUIRE, Auctioneer. v b?^n?^,Ie ,B Postponed until .Y AFrfcRNOON, April 10th, at 5 o clock, on the premises. rr, - ?... HENRY NAY LOR, Trustee. mar 27-eoAds jas. c. McGUIRE, Auct. I Bv J. C. McGUIRE, Auctioneer. rpRl'STEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE I.M X proved Real Estate an Missouri ave . near Ihecoruer of 6th street west. Bv ?'a defd,<?f tnV,t- bearing date on the 19th 12?2' and rec?rded in liber J A. S.. No 48, folios 78. et seq ., the subscriber will sell M rT>T w DAY'tbe ,5th rtav of i clock p m, on the p emises, Lot No. 11 in square B, fronting 33 feet 11 inches on Missouri avenue, near the corner of 6th street west, by 109 feet 8 Inches deep to a twenty feet alley, with the improvements, which cons!* of a commodious, well-built, fe*ib?tential, and com fortable brick dwelling-house and brick Bowline Saloon, Ac. The above property is situated In' , one of the most desirable and rapidiy enhancing parts of the city, near the National and Browns' Hotels, and offers a favorable opportunity to per sons desiring to invest or purchase for their own Terms : Ore-third cash, and the balance in six, twelve, eighteen, and twenty-four months for notes bearing interest, from day'of sale ?nd se ared upon the property; and if not complied with In &Ix days after tbe sale the property will be resold, upon one week's notice, af the risk and expense of tbe purchaser. All conveyancing at the expense of the purchaser. Title indisputable CHAS. S. WALLACH. Trustee ,D _ J- c McGUIRE, mar 18?2a w Ads Auctioneer. By A GREEN, Auctioneer. ^TRUSTEE'S SALE.?BY VIRTUE OF A two deeds of trust, the one duly recorded in lit I. ? 1 ^'oncof tbe land records for Washington County, in the District of Columbia, and the other duly flied the 16th of January A D 1856, In th<* proper Record office of the "County and District aforesaid, the subscribers will sell on MONDAY, the 21st of April, A. D I85ti. at five o'clock, p. m., the following described Real Es tate and lmproveitents thereon, situated in the City of Washington, in the District of Columbia, namely: Part of Lot No. 1, in square No 397, beginning for tbe sarae|3 feet, and one inch north from the south east corner of said Lot one. run nlng thence north along fetb street west 12 feet 11 inches, thence west 99 feet 4 inches, beiug the entire depth of said part of Lot This sale will take place in front of the preml ?es. and the terms will be one half cash, and the balance in 6 and 12 months, with interest secured by a deed of trust on the premises All conveyancing at cost of purchaser The property will be resold at tbe purchaser's risk and cost on ten days notice if the terms of sale be not complied with within three days from the day of sale ' BEN J. P SMITH,) Tr,,?fco. E. C MORGAN, < Trustees mar 15?2aw&ds A. GREEN, Auct. By JAS. C. McGUIRE, Auctioneer. VALUABLE HOTEL PROPERTY, oppo ? site the Railroad Depot, at Public Auc tion? On MONDAY afternoon, April 21st, at 4 u o'clock, on the premises, I shall sell part of ori ginal Lot No. 3 In Square No. 630, fronting 50 feet on north D street and 77 feet 11 Inches on New Jersey avenue, containing 5,255 square feet of ground, more or less, with the Improvements, consisting of a thrte-story brick building, con taining in all twenty good rooms, arranged ex pressly for a small hotel, with hot and cold water and gas throughout the Dullding. The property is Bltuated on the corner immedi ately opposite the Depot, and from its location offers great inducements to persons desirous of engaging in business. It was built by the late John Foy expressly for a second class hotel, who conducted it successfully unti' his death. Terms : One-fifth in cash; the residue in 6, 12, 19, 24 and 30 months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust on the property. For further particulars address Stanislaus Mur ray, Esq., or the auctioneer. mar 17? eoAds JAS. C. McGUIRE, Auct. THE RISING STAR GAME.?THIS 18 A beautiful and Instructive bame for Children. It learns them to commit to memory all the inci dents and celebrated battles that were foughtydu ring the American Revolution For sale by the agent, ALEX.ADAMSON, mar 22-3m 7th street, opposite Post Office. DESTINY DEMONSTRATED BY THE PLANETS OR ASTROLOGY* PROF'R SYLVESTER CONTINUES TO Foretell all Particular Events of Human Life, such as Love, Marriage, Description of Persons, Riches, Business, Friends, Rights, Claims, and Deeds of Property; all kinds of Speculations, Law Suits, Gain or Lose; of Sickness, all kinds of Dis tempers cured in quick time. Terms: Fifty Cents, male or female; People of Color, Twenty-Five Cents. No. 137 B street, opposite the Smithsonian, oi he Island. ap 3-7t? AGENCY OF THE Keystone Insurance Co. of Philadelphia. Capital $300,000! Annual report for the year ending January 1,1856. Assets of the Company, consisting of Bonds raid Mortgages on unencumbered reales tate...... ?110,6<4 00 stocks of other Corporations, worth par 25,620 00 Cash on hand 31,156 30 Bills receivable, consisting of Marine notes and short loans t36 943 70 Stock notes ?14,386 00 51,390 70 $219,420 00 Whole receipts for premiums during the year 1112,812 06 Paid for losses and expenses during the year 71,133 04 P M MORI ARTY, President. J. MORRIS THOMPSON, Secretary. Risks changed frem other companies te this No charge for policy fee. Enquire at the office of J. E. Kendall, over R. Morrow's Exchange Office, first door West of W. B. Todd's hat store on Pennsylvania avenue. feb 7?3m DAVID MYERLE, Agent. Mucilage in new and conveni. ent bottles, with metallic cap and brush, In dispensable to merchsnts and useful to every boay. Tne newest styles of Envelopes and Writing papers in every variety and best quality. Writing inks from tbe best manufacturers Maynard A Noys's, Blackwood k Co., Arnold's Fluid, and Harrison's. Always en hand? A superior assortment of Gold Pens, Blank Books Playing and Visiting Cards, Faber's Pencils Steal Pens. Quills, best Sealing-wax And every thing in the Stationery line for sale at SHILLINGTON'S Bookstore, ap4 Odeon Buildings, Pa. av., cor. 4^ st. I EVENING STAR. A Wonderful Clock. The California Farmer, published at Sar Francisco, gives an account of a curious spe cimen of mechanical ingenuity which hat puzzled the mind* of not a few of the hombre; of that ilk It seems there is in a show win dow in W ashington street, Sin Francisco, a clock which is not a clock, but which indi cates tiuie as correctly a* any clock Some are of opinion that it is worked by magne tism, as there is no indication of cog or wheel about it; others swear the "speriu of just men made perfek" put and keep the hands in motion; while others imagine they oan sec through the whole contrivance?which, by the way, is only a pane of glass and a pair of hands?and declare the mechanism is con cealed in the latter. It is claimed to be a genuine California invention, and one thai can't be beat anywhere. The Alia California gives the annexed description of this certainly remarkable time keeper: Upon a flat surface of glass. three feet square, suspended from an iron traverse rod by slight brass hooks in the window, is paint ed a regular clock dial, like the face of any large clock. In the centre of the time circle is a small hole through the glass, in which it inserted a email pin, as large, perhaps, as a common pin. This pin confines two large hands to the painted dial; and here the me chanism, if any there bo, apparently ceases. This clock, without machinery, keeps the most exact time, and indeed is quite a chro nometer for regularity ; the hands, which are about afoot in length, moving with exouisite precision around the dial, noiseless and true. By what principle or invisible power this clock performs its duty, better guc.-sers than we must decide. The glass is perfectly trans parent, precluding the possibility of conceal ing any mechanism within the place, if such a thing were indeed possible, while the posi tion ot the plate of glass upon which this won derful article is placcd is such as to show at a glance that no external or separate influence is at work upon the instrument, The hand*, which are of brasfi. are not of sufficient site to hold any machinery or works largo or strong enough to carry them with such nicety, though a slight bulging in the end of the mii ute hand, with a screw or two of small and delicate workmanship, leads us to suppose some secret power at work there. The hands may be set to twining as everybody has seen the needle of a ship's compass fly around when the instrument is moved violently; and as the needle soon settles quietly back to the north, eo the hands of this singular time keeper gradually refix themselves to the ex act hour and minute when left to themselves. When undisturbed, the point of the minute hand may be plainly seen to move at second intervals, like the beating of a pulse. Mr. Jordon states that this iuvention is the result of many months of severe study; that it is a purely Calit'ornian invention, and the work all performed and the clock made in his shop in Washington street. The principle is entirely new, and he believes hitherto unknown in the world. We await the solution of this inter esting mechanical ridd'.e with great earnest ness. Smart Chili>??n.?A writer in Blackwood's Magazine thus dis^onraoa tbn r? trying to stick "book larnin in the heads of children while they are yet '? babies " How I have heard you, Euscbius, pity the poor children ! I remember your looking at a group of them, and reflecting. ' For of such is the Kingdom of Heaven;' and turning away thoughtfully and saying, ' Of such is the king dom of trade.' A child of three years of age with a book in its infant hands is a fearful sight! It is too often the death-warrant, such as the condemned stupidly looks at?fatal, yet beyond his comprehension. What should a child three years old?n-iy, even five or six years old?be taught' strong moats for the weak digestion make no bodily strength. Let there bo nursery tales and nursery rhymes I would say to every parent, especially every mother, sing to your children : tell them pleasant stories ; if in the country, be not too careful lest they get a little dirt upon their hands and clothes; earth is very much akin to us all, and in children s out-of-door plays soils them not inwardly. " There is in it a kind of consanguinity be tween all creatures; by it we touch upon the common sympathy of our first substance, and beget a kindness for our poor relations, the brutes. Let the children have a free, epen air sport, and fear not though they make ac quaintance with the pigs, the donkeys, anl the chickens?they may foim w<<rse friend ships with wiser-looking ones; encourage fa miliarity with all that love to court them. There is a language among them which tho I world's language obliterates in the elder* It is of more importance that you should make your ohildrcn loving than that you shoull make them wise?that Is, book-wise. Above all things, make them loving ; then will they be gentlo and obedient; and then, also, pa rents, if you become old anl |>oor, these will be better than friends, and will never neglect you. Children brought up lovingly at your knees will never shut their doors upon you. aud point where they would have you go " One ok thb Horses ? ? E. M." of Belcher town. writes to the Amherst Express about a very intelligent horse, of which ho is the owr - cr. The following incident, among others. 1 illustrates the matter : j "One day last week he was driven a few miles out of town, and on his return, some time in the afternoon, wa? fed with meal and cut feed as usual, but for his supper he had nothing but dry hay, whioh did > ot agree very well with his senso of right, after travelling twenty miles with a load, through snow drift?. ! However he kept his th<ugnts to himself till we were out of the way for the night; then sundering his rope in some way, he p&saed through the cow stable, crossed tbe barn floor and the carriago room to the granary, at the further end of tho barn, some forty feet where he had often seen us get the meal for him ; he there found two bags ot meal, standing by the bin, tied up, but the top one being too heavy for bis purpose, he threw it aside, and after examining the other bag, which weighed be tween fifty and sixty pounds, he took it in his teeth, and carried it about twenty feet, to a clean spot in the barn floor. Finding it diffi cult to untie it, he cut a hole in the side, and ehook out about a peck of meal, and ate what he wished ; and seeing the cow (the only com panion he has there long winter nights) look ing with a longing eye at his pile of meal, he took up the bag again, and carried it about ten feet further to the manner, ani shook out some more meal for her. They were found in the morning feasting together ry The first newspaper printed in North America was printed in Boston, 1690. Only one copy of that was known to be in existence. It was deposited in the State Paper Office in London, and was about the site of an ordinary aheet of letter paper. It was stopped by tbe Government. The Boston News Letter was the first regular paper It was firut issued in 1704, and was printed by John Allen, in Pud ding lane. The contents of some of tbe early numbers were very peculiar. It had a speech of Queen Anne to Parliament, delivered one hundred and twenty days previously, and this was the latest news from England. In one of the early numbers there was an an nouncement that by order of the General of North America, the post between Boston and New York setsout once a fortmght. Negro men. women and children were adver tis7d to be .old ; and ? eall was madeupon ;a woman who had stolen a piece of fine lace worth H* a yard,and upon another wh , had conveyed a piece of fine calico under her riding hood, to return the samo or We exposed. THE WEEKLY STAR. Family a?4 Newt J cereal-fa talalag a . be foond la uy other?U ^aWUk?? ob Bet' i, i m?i. frlnglS ??P?. f ,4 .tl ?? t* nni Kirs espies Tm copies 0 n Twenty copies m?UH to iCT Caii, IRTilUILT in tmRCI. E Single copies (In wrappers) can >?p?iu ei counter. Immediately after Ike lasoe of U paper. Prioe?Tvrbb Cbhts.* PoiTKitrm whoact as agents will Mallow* a eommlaeioB of twenty per Ml. Am I'lrroarrvATi Tratri.rr ? Mr Wat son, of St. Louis. commenced an unfortunate career of railroad travel last rammer, at tbe time of the Gasconade disaster, at which time he nearly lo?t hi* life. Scarcely had he Te oorered from the injuries then reoelved, when he again narrowly escaped death, from ana.? ci lent which oocmrred to tbe train while ha was coming East He was laid op for ?m.e months at theGirard House, In Philadelphia, on account of the injuries receired. At soon as sufficiently recovered, he took passage for Pittsburg Some gentlemen who intended to go in the same direction, purposely delayed their departure, in order to avoid participa ting in his apprehended misfortune* But as it singularly occurred, Mr. Watson's train met with an accident after proceeding a few miles, slight indeed, but sufficient to detain tho train for several hours; and before arri ving at Hiirrisburg. a second accident occur red, with a detention of 24 hours. In tbe meantime, the cautious gentlemen before al luded to, pursuing their j>urney, ovarUx k Mr. W. and unwittingly got on the same train, for Pittsburg. Before reaching its destina tion. however, the fated train was thrown en tirely from the track, by the breaking of a wheel. Tbe passenger? alighted, and. great ly to their oonsternation, found that Mr W (Jonah) was on board. Thereupon the whole company became greatly exasperated, and re spectfully informed the conductor that it would be utterly impossible to proceed in his company. Our informant states that Mr. W has succeeded in reaching Pittsburg, and is recovering from bis contusions, at the Monon gahela House Mr. W declares that once more at home, he will remain there ?Jour nal of Commerce. INTERESTING REMIKISCEKCBS or TUB BCUAL. of Washington.?-The corpse of General Washington was borne from the mansion to the vault at Mount Vernon, on a bier, ?* *?? then the custom, upon the shoulde-l.of ?>ep Lieutenants of the 106th regimen'0^ militia. The late <?eorge Wi??? ?f ?llt*n dria. was tbe last surriror of these The Sentinel - uicniura?^amr by a friend, whe made enquiry of Mr in 1S56, and reduced his answers to writing tn his presence - From it we learn the following Toose who bore the bier, were the following named gentlemen : Lieut. Lawrence Hooff, jr , J Lieut. James Turner, -Alexandria. Lieut. George Wise, ) Lieut. William Moss. Fairfax Those who acted as pall bearers in accord ance with the custom of those times, where the following: Col Blackburn, of Prince William. Col. Payne, of Fairfax. Major Johnion. do. Col. Charles Simms. Alexandria. Col. George Gilpen. do. Col. Little, of Fairfax. The first four Pall Bearers. Mr. Wise laid were Revolutionary officers. A new article of ladies' dress has made its appearance in Broadway, and a description of it may prove of interest to our lady read ers. we give one we find in the Home Journal That paper says "A promenade orer-dress? being a close fitting coat like the New York surtout worn by gentlemen?only not so long 11 la <u 1 >uv ?? iu t ?iii, nuu peaTi drab ea?hemere or pelisse cloth ars tkc go. preferred The cut is doublo breasted, wlih four pearl, or passementerie, buttons on ea:h side of the lapels, and two buttons at the waist behind, at the iuuetion of the box plaits and side seams The collar is quite small. Tiie sleeves are cut in the pagoda style?that is, with a very little fullness at the arm-hole, and formed to fit the arm nearly to the elbcw, from whence they widen so as to become very large and flowing at the wrist, where thsy are turn ed over to form a round cuff of three inches depth For a waist sixteen inches in length, tbe skirts should bo about eighteen inches long, and cut in a regular circle, to sew with out fullness to the bodise, and still fall grace tally over a hooped skirt of moderate ampli tude. The linings are of silk serge to match, and the edges are bound with Cue galloon. There are two diagonal pockets in the skirts. This garment should be cut and made by a tailor who possesses some knowledgo of the ornamental art, when it becomes the most at tractive and comfortable garment for prome nade '.hat was ever adopted by the ladies. .... The New York Sunday Atlas says that Henry WardBoacher ha? become pecuniarily interested in the manufacture of Sharp's rifles. If he would only open a shooting gallery now and a school for inculcating "the noble art of self defence," he might baome a useful mem ber of soctcty. .... Another divorce case in Ntw York is that of Ann Jane Morris against Rer. W. M >rris, pastor of the African Episcopal church ia Centre street She swears that sbe left him in consequence of ill treatment, aud he thai rie was tipsy. .... Rev. Dr. Armstrong, of Norfolk, Vs., in his book entitled "The Summer of the Pestilence,"' inclines to the opinion that the fever of last summer is a traveling epidemic, and that, when it once reaches a place, there is no security but in flight. ....Prentice, of the Louisville Journal, once said that he would give any money to have a cast of F. P. Blair's countenance transferred to bis andirons, as the resemblance would frighten his children 11 as to prevent all danger of their g dug tx? near the fire place. .... Monsieur Sibbcrr, the Swedish Minis ter, has sold his furniture and wines a? auction as he contemplates a visit to Europe, where a large fortune has recently been left to his lady. He is among the oldest members of the ct rps Diplomatique, and was a particular friend of Mr. Webster, as he now is of Mr Crampton. .... Madame de Bodisco intends leaving for Europe. It is now sixteen years sines, (when a school girl at Georgetown,) she attracted the notice of the late Baron, and was given him in marriage by Henry Clay. Her two oldest children, sons, are now in Russia, receiving a thorough education, and serving the Emperor as 4 Pages of the Household." ....The Boston Medical Journal opposes the employment of female physicians?says that savages suffer as much as civilised per sons ia parturition?that the transfer of the responsibilities ot the lying-in chamber fr >m the midwifo to the educated accoucher. re sulted in tho diminution of the mortality in cident to children, in the course of half a cen tury. to half the former?and that physicians are more moral than clergymen. .... Autograph letters of the Washington Family are to besoid at auction in Baltimore. Among the collection are letters from Aire. Martha Washington, the mother of Washing ton, and from his sister. Miss Hannah Wash ington Some of these letters were dated as lar back a* 1767, when Washington was quite a young man. One of his lettersdescribes his visit t >the Virginia Springs, and other* relate to public events long before the Revolution Great comj>etition was anticipated for the pos session of the relics. ....Hon. Edward Everett having gener ously refused to accept any compensation for the delivery of his oration on the character of Washington, in New York, under the aus pioes of the Mercantile Library Association, which, at an entrance fee of only twenty-fir* cents, yielded nearly twelre hundred dollars, the association hare determined to mrest the Sroceeds in the purchase of some seven hun red volumes of standard works, and, in re cognition of the deep obligation they are un der to that gentleman, to inscribe on every book *? Presented by the Hop Jud^^id fcvt reU."