Newspaper of Evening Star, May 27, 1856, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated May 27, 1856 Page 1
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THE EVENING STAB, ?li?U.SHKO KVERT AFTERNOON, (WCTLVT SUNDAY,) It 14* rl?' B*il4*+fi9. C/ PlMMylVM^I ????< fcUvtntk strut. By W. D. WALLACH, Will be served to subscribe? by carriers at SIX AND A ^CARTER CENTS, payable weekly to tb? Agents; papers served la packages at 37^ cent! par month. To mall subscribers the sub scription price Is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year is a ttmce, TWO DOLLARS for six months, and ONE DOLLAR for three months, for lest thin three months at the rata of li n cents t w*ek. \IT S1NCLB COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, MAY 27, 1856. NO. 1,030. THX WEEKLY STAB. This ease Heat Family aad Hears Journal--?*n talnlag s greater variety of iaterastlng reading than c?n be fouad in aay other?la publ?hedi>n Satur day morning. . TIHHa Single copy, peraasum ?1 ? to clvss. Five copies d oa Ten copies on Twenty coplws ]j mi ITT Cash, ibtabiablt in aavaacs. (TTSlngleropies (la wrapper.) csabs procured st tbe counter, Immedlateh after tke issue of tB? paper. Price?Tbbbb Cants PoaTMASTaaa whoaftasageota will be allowed a commission of twenty per caat. w\ CHAUNCY WARRINER, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, AND DIALXK IN Fine Watches, Jewelry, and Silrer Ware. POLD SEALS, FOB AND VEST CHAINS, ** FINK JEWELRY.SIL- ? YKR SPOONS, FORK"*, GOBLETS. CUPS. Ac., for sale at New Y< rk price* 1 RBPAIHISU ?The Chronometer. Duplex, I.ever. Cylinder, Repeating. Musical, and other W vrCHES rt-palr d Also, JEWELRY, Ae. No. 370 Piinitltaru Armci, iHtw'n Sixth end Seventh street*. Browns' Hot?l but ding, sign oflhe GOLDEN WATCHES, ap 39-tf Washington. WOOD All) COAL. HAVE NOW ON HAND AT OUR yard, corner of G and 22d streets, First Ward. n suDecior article of White and Red A*h COAL. Also, Cumberland lama COAL, with a pood stock of Hickory, Oak and Pine WOOD, ail of whiih we will sell at the lowest market prices All orders left st P. J Steer's Store, 480 Seventh street, between D and K. will b? promptly ll'ed. JOHN W. MYERS A CO. 2.240 ponnds given to the ton m 14-3m NEW SUn.HBR ARRAIOEMENTI. IN ADDITION TO OUR PREMIUM MIN l tral Waters, Mead, Ae, and Porter, we have made such arrangements as will enab'e us to Keep constantly on hand a large supply of the folljwlng article*, mo-u of which nave be?n carefully prepared by scientific men. as ton ics for weak and delicate persons : Ginger Win#, Native Port Wins prepared from native fount, Blackberry Brandy, Raspberry do., Cherry, Rose Cordial Cinamnn, Anise, Cur<tco3, Stomach Bit ters, Wire, Stouton*; Raspberry, Blackberry, Strawberry. Pine Apple, Yaniila, Lemon and oth er 3/rups; Extracts o.' Sarsaparllla for cleansing the bload, and a host of other articles too nume rous to mention. All orders left at sur Depot, or with the drivers of o'K Wagons promptly attended to. m 1-tf AR.N\ A SH1.MN, Georgetown. BAJOU'S KID AND OTHER GLOVES. JNO H . SMOOT, No 11!) BRIDGE STREET, Georgetown, has received, from N>wr York ladies Baku's KID G LO V ES white, black and colored; gents. do do ;jj|' ladles and gents Jaff ta Silk and Litle < Thread Glove*. Also, a first rate assortment of bleached and trown Cotton Hose, all qualities; b'eachei. brown aid fmcy Half Hose; misses and ?oys' Ho*e aid Half Hose. Particular attention being paid to keeping a goad assortment of the very beet makes of the a?w?ve good*, purchasers may depend upon get ting a good article as cheap as the same quality can be nought elsewhere. m l-tr JOHN H SMOOT Hours of sorrow.?hours of iv>rrow Cheered and Comforted, by Char lotte t.Uiou The Ait of Perfumery, and method of obtain ing the odors of plants, making perfumed neaps, cosuietiques, aceated powders, Ac ; by G. VV. Pleise. For sale at TAYLOR A MAURY'S Bookstore, m 11 near 9th street. HARI'CR'.l MAGAZINE for June. 25c Forget-He Nots, from Dewdrop Dale, by R :th Rustle, i?rlce only 50c N*'W York Ledger for May 2ith. and all the back ?umbers containing the Guamiker of Mos cow H arper's Story Book No 19, The Engineer. 25c Piu-Rl-Bas-Tah. by J K. Philander Doe->ticks, 91. For sale bv E K LUNDY, m 17-tr 128 Bridge st., Georgetown. WOOD ASO COAL. rpHESUB?CKIBERSH WING NOW MADE 1. extensive arrangements, are prepared to sup ply cmurnier* with the very best article of Lehigh iadSca?ylk1H White and Rod Ash COAL, and alto Cumberland Coal, either by the eargo or slUiil* ton; 2.210 lbs invariably given. Also, the v?ry best qualities of Hickory, Oak, and Pine WOOD, at wholesale or retail. We will sell at a very small advance when taken im mediately frain the vessel. Person* desirojs of laying In their winter sup plies of Wood and Coal would do well 'o leave their order* early, and thereby secure the ad vantages of law prices. BOGUE A O'NEILL. OM~e No. 105 Water street, Georgetown. m 2-lm i# CH JILE FRUIT TREES FOR SALE. in nnn APPLE trees, of extra a.'/,"'/!/ growth and well assorted. CSA 5,0oo PEACH TREES, forming a com Wf piete assortment and well grown. ? A few very choice Dwarf PEAR TREES, of extra size. The Above comprising a very choice essortment of Trees were raised by the late John H Klug, they will be guarantees to be what they are rep resented. Apply to W. Albert King, No. 15 south High ktr?et, Georgetown, D. C , or at Valley View Farm, one mile northwest of Georgetown. Catalogues furnished on application E J RING. Also, for sale, a few thousand very choice ROSES. Apply as abovV E J K. mar II?tf SINGER'S Improved Sewing Machines. Te wblch was granted the highest Award sf the Paris Kxnibittea, thereby receiving the World's Verdict el Superiority. THE IMPROVEMENTS IN THIS MA chiae has simplified them in many respects, and they are capable of executing twice the amount of wore they did formerly In any given time, l'hey are without question the only Machines ca pable of eewlng every variety of goods perfect; a shirt bosom or heavy trace for narness can be s?s jva by any of theoe machines by a simple change of needle and thread In snch a manner that the closest ?.rutlny cannot detert a fault. Manufacturers, planters and families will find the.n the only safs Machines to purchase, as they are built strong and durable, and not likely to get out of order We hive machines with plages attached, for binding hats, cap-fronts, gaiters, Ac. Silk, Thread, Cotton, Needles, Ac., constantly on hind, at the lowest rates Person* desirous cf information regarding Sew ing Machine* will please addr??ss 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 i?een Induced to purchase inferior machine* under the pretext of being che ip, will find this a benefit Indeed. mar 10?tf ? ?THE MARRIAtiE GUIDE." \1 ARRIAGE GUIDE, OR NATURAL HIS 1*1 tory of Generation, for the use of married persius and those about to marry, of both sexes ; price, f 1. ? 1HH MALE GENERATIVE ORGANS," in health and disease, from infancy to old a^e, with the treatment of all their derangements; for every man's own private use; with colored plates; price, #1. A POPULAR TREATISE ON VENEREAL Diseases, their cure and prevention; for private use. with colored pla'??w; pilce, fcl. THE MATRON'S MANUAL OP MID wlfwy and the Disease* of Pregnancy and Child blrtli, for every femals's own private use; pries ? 1 THE DISEASES OF WOMEN?THEIR Ca'ines and Treatment Any of the Books can be had of ths aaent, ALEX ADAMSON, mar 22-3m 7th street, opposite Post Ofllce ONLY 12* CENTS. IJI.CXLEY'S CELEBRATED SONG BOOK "J for the parlor, containing a collection of new ?' id poplUr Songs, as sang by Buckley's New 0<;t>ius 5erenaler? at their opera house, Bioad w*y, New York For sale by the agent, ALEX ADAMSON, rr-ar 22-1m 7th <twl, opposite Post Oftce BIRUAINS rROM AUCTION. JOHN H. SMOOT, No 119 BRIDGE ST., ?*?N?r.?istown, haa recently received from the New Yerk Auctions; Pure Linen Damask Table ?!lotus, b-4 and !0 4; p ire linen Napkins and Doylies , pure Irish Liuea and Birds eye Linen ; wnlie Cambrics, Jaconet*and Nainsook Muslins; rhse.ted a.id striped Muslins; plain, dotted and lt**f?-.i Swiss Mualias; gents colored, bordered and wuite Linen Cjutbrlc Handkerchiefs; ladles plain aad hem-stitched Handkerchiefs; Lacs an 1 Mu?!ln Curtains : worked Collars and Seta wit a otaer desirable goods, which will be founi to be very cheap. Per*oas la wanl of goods of the above deecrlp t ?>! ft Auy drecription of Diy tiouds, are in sited to e&li aad lake a look. m*-u J. a. SMOOT. RICH SILK AMD LACE Mantillas at reduced prices ? 50 new style black Silk and Lace, Mantillas, just received, at greatly reduced prices 30 black and white Barege Shawls and Scarfs 35 black Lace Point" and Scarfs 100 very rich Parasols, lined or unllned 3t> large slxe do In black, b-own and green 100 Misses and Children's Parasol*, verv cheap 10 boxes Ladles and Gents. Gauze Merino Shirts SO Silk and fine Scotch Gingham Umbrellas, some small sizes and extra'llght finish tCO dozen Lidles', Genltemen's, and Children's Cotton Hose, in all grades All of which, with many new and deslrab'e DR ESS GOODS, daily receiving, will be offered at the lowest prices. 117" All articles sold are warranted to prove as repieseatcd. COLLEY A SEARS, No 933 7th street, 3d door norih Pa avenue, m 34-eolOt GREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF COAL. TIIE SUBSCRIBER HAVING RETURNED f om lbs North, where he has made arrange ments with the miners to receive a large quantity of Coal. Is prepare! to furnish the best Philadel phia White Ash C<?AL at S6 '25 per ton,and Rtd Ash of all sizes at S5 50 per ton, of 3,340 lbs. Also, on hand, a good stck of Hickory, Oak, and Pine WOOD at low prices. F L MOORE, m'23-eo3t west side 9th st., bet D and E. JUST RECEIVED? 8,000 pounds SHOULDER BACON 1,000 pounds JOLES 150choice HAMS 50 boxes ADAMANTINE CANDLES 75 boxes mould do 50 barrels New Orleans MOLASSES 5 hogsheads Porto Rico do 10 do Cuba do 10 barrels GOLDEN SIRUP For sale by m31-3teo MURRAY A SEMMES. Furs carefully preserved? TODD A CO , will receive on deposit until the 5th of June valuable FURS, and for a sma'l per centage Insure them from Injury by moth through the season. Salesroom under Browns' Hotel, west end. m 33-eo7t FOR THE LADIES. WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY CALL your attention to our assortment Ladles', Misses and Children's SHO of every varie y cf style and price. Ladies black Gal*ers only #1 Do CongTess do , SI 50 Do Slippers 73 cents Do Lasting ties 50 cents Call early aad secure them A HOOVER A SON, m 19-ec6t s side Pa av., bet. 6th and 7?h ?t. OTRAW AND FRENCH SOFT HATS ? *5 Gentlemen in want of something new and beautiful in the way of Summer Hats can be grati fied at the cheap cash Bazaar, corner of 6tn street and Penn avenue. m 16ifo3w HOPKINS. THE ARTIC REFRIGERATOR. T1HE FIRST EVER INTRODUCED INTO this market, Is for sale at the House furnishing Ware-rooms of the subscriber . This matchless article needs but to be seen to be admired and approv->d; and the' _ - public are invited to call at the s ore where a m(<l 1 witn glass doors is kept in constant operation, showing the circulation of air In the refrigerator, which continues as long as there 1* ice in it. No ventilation from the external air Is permitted or need'd, on account cf the constant purification of the air by Its passage through the ice. The air leaves the iw a temperature cf 3^ In a dense and dry state, ami falls directly npnn articles below the ice box, thus producing the results of refrige ration never obtained before by any other refrige rator For sale by the subscriber, agent of the manu facturer N. M. MCGREGOR, m 17-eolw No. 51W Seventh street. MARBLE AND BROWN STOSE WORKS, Pi am**e, between 18lA and 19tA streets. THE UNDERSIGNED KEEPS ON HAND aad makes to order on the most reasonable terms ?MONUMENTS. TOMBS, GRAVE STONEI, MANTELS, TABLE TOPS, MAR Bl.E, and ENCAUSTIC TJ LES for rioorlng. Also, ail kinds of plain and ornamental Marble and Brown Stone Work for building purposes executed with promptness, and at as low prices as can be had elsewht re. ap 10-eoly H _PARRT. MOORE'S SODA WATER AND CREAM SVRUPS. THE CITIZENS OF WEST END AND THE public generally can be supplied with the purest Soda Water and the most delicious Syrups, of all kinds, by calling at the establishment of J. B MOORE, Druggist, No. 113 Pennsylvania avenue, opposite Seven Buildings ; al?o, fresh Bedford, Blue Lick, Congress, and Emp.re Spring waters always on hand and for sale as above, m 19-eo6t WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR'S LIQUID HAIE DYE SKILFULLY APPLIED. AND SOLD Whole sale and Retail at GI BBS'S Hair Drestlng Es tablishment on Pennsyivaniaavenu*. between 9th and 10th streets, and under Wlllards' Ho;el. in 9-eo3m HARDWARE?CHEAP FOR CASH. CUTLERY, HOUSE FURNISH GOODS, Tools Scales. Brushes, Shovels, Spades, F orks Hoee, Traces, Plough Castings, Locks Hinges, Screws, Glue, Files, Ac. Ao. In fact everything to be found In a well regula ted Hardware Store always to be found on hand and cheap for cash at HARVEY A ADAMS, ap 38-eolm 325 Pa. av , near 7th st. lime:? lime i lime:! : ILL BE OPENED TO MORROW, AT the Lime Kilns of W. H. Godey A Co., situated on Rock Creek, betw:*n the upcer and lower bridges, a kCa of very superior WOOD BURNT LIME. The subscribers have also on hand a large supply of PLASTERERS' HAIK, CEMENT. CALCINED PLASTER, and everv descr! ptlon of the very best quality of lime, which will be disposed of on the most reasonable terms, ap 14?eotf W. H GODEY A CO. W1 N' W1 FOR GENTLEMEN. EW SPRING GOODS, EMBRACING A genera' variety of the newest and prettiest styles and fashions. Orders promptly filled. Constantly on hand a good supply of Garments, ready made, of superior quall'y. Also, fine Dress Shirts, with tiauze, Silk, and Cotton underdrees, Furnishing and Toilet Goods in variety A H YOUNG, Merchant Tailor and Clothier, Browns' Hotel, mar JS?wtf Pa avenue. NOTICE To the holders of Bonds, Certt firates, or other Evidences of the Debt of the S ate of Texas, or tke lit? Republic thereof, under aet of 3til<fc February, 19541. TaBASUKY Dkfaktkxmt, April, 14 ls56. HKRKAS THE 4th SECTION OF THE act of 38th February, 1855, entitled "An art to provide for the payment of such creditors of the late republic of Texas as are comprehended In the act of Congress of September 9, 1856," re qui res the Secretary of the Treasury to give notice by public advertisement fjr the space of nlotty days of the time when payments will be made under said act: And whereas notice was issned on the S7th February last by this department, and duly pub. llshed. setting forth said act of Congress, and the act of the legislature of the State of Texas assent ing thereto, requiring the certificates or other evi dences of debt therein provided for to be ttled at this department with assignments, releases and allldavlts, therein pointed out, thirty days prior to the 1st of June next: And whereas the said 4th section furth^ pro vides that no payment shall be madeon any bond, certificate, or evidence of debt which shall tot, thirty days before the time limited by said noti ces oe presented at the Treasury Department : Notice Is hereby given to the holde's of any bonds, certificates, or other evidences of said debt, that un'ess th* same shall be received at this department within slxty-daya from the date thereof, they will be excluded frsm all benefits of said act, ugreebly to the 4th section of the same. JAMES GUTHRIE, ap 18 Secretary of the Treasury, SCOFFER, HAMS,Ac. V) 20 Packets of old Gov. Java COFFEE 3 Casks Prime Faallv HAMS 1 i>o Choice SMOKED BEEF 10 Kegs Whale Oil SOAP For sale by Z M P KING, ra 19 365 Verar., corner of lath and 1 streets. C?R POR ATION STOCK.?#S>000 Corpo ration of Washington Stock for sale at >h cbubb Brothers. Houses, Sec., for Rent and Sale For rent-a furnished parlor and chamber at No 293 Penn. avenue south side, between 9th and 10th street*. Inquire of Mrs. s. HAMILTON. m 23-lw# I WILL SELL EITHER ONE OF THE following described Lots, v!z : Lot No. t, ?q. iu?Lot No. 3, sq. 172?Lot No. 7, sq. 172?all on D, bet. 17th and 18th sts ; south of aud near Winder's building. Lot No. 7, sq 55, on 22d street, b?tween H and I?near the Circle. L. m MORTON, m 22-1 w* Box no. ?A, georgetown. For rent?a two story brick house on High etreet, Georgetown.; a few door* above West, with ten good room*, and a fine lot attached Apply to C MYERS a SON, at their Wood and coal vard, No 27 Water stree', tr at their residence 1st street. To n good tenant he lent will be moderate m 19-tf For rent?four newsmallbrick Houses Just finished, immediately northwest of the Capitol, between B street and the Railroad Depot. Appivatthe Capitol extension to FRAN CIS J. BROOKS. m 15-eotf For RENT?a THREE STORY BRICK Dwelling, with extensive Back Bnlldirg, a large lot of ground attached, with a pump of good water in the yard, situated on K street, nearly op posite the Brewery. To a good tenant the rei:t will be made moderate. App y to COM s CA3SIN, or at GODEY a CO'S , Litre Kiln, Heall street, between Congress and Washington streets,. Georgetown. m2-eotf For R EN T-TWO neatly F U rn1sh kd Bed Rooms on reasonable terms at Mr. DA VISON'S, over Messrs. Gait a Bro., Jewelrv Store, Penn avenue, between ?thand 10th streets'. m 19-tf For SA.LE?THE ADVERTISER will sell at private sale between now and the flr*t of August, a very desirable Lot neatly enclosed, with a small two story frame house on it, situ ated on the comer of Virginia avenue ard 23d street, and fronting 64 feet on Virgin!* avenue it Is in the immediate neighborhood of the Ob servatory. Persons wishing to purchase cen eiamlne the property at any time, when the terms of sale can be ascertained. m 1-lm# For sale ?a small frame house and Lot cn 8th street, between K and L, Let fronting 2s feet, with a depth of flfl feet 8 inches Terms reAsonable Location unsurpassed. Applv to ROBERT. A payne, Druggist, corner 4tu street ar d Mass, avenue m 1-tf Valuable FARM FOR SALE, CON taining 80 acres, situated % mile east of the Rockvil'.e Turnpike Road, and 2^ from W*sh lngton city. It is well watered, and on it a good supply of fire wo</d and young orchard The lm fmovements are a small frame dwelling ar.d Ma de. it possesses nil the advantages lequlsite to make a garden of yreat value, or a dairy farm, and a pka-ant residence The terms will bf made easy Apply to POLLARD WEBB, No 512 Seventh street, opposite National Intelligen cer Office. ap 22-tf FOR RENT ?LENOX'S WHARF, NEAR the Long Bridge, the best and most reliable one in the territory for landing stone and othfr heavy articles It has a'sout 100 feet front, with depth of wa'er sufficient for landing purposes on either side. Attacked thereto is a square of ?oard for the purpose of depositing coal or wood. On said square is a comfortable < welling, which be adapted to store purposes There is about 14 feet water alongside saia Wharf at low tide To those desiring to make a profitable business a rare opportunity is offered. For terms apply at no. 490 H street north, between flth and 9th streets west. JAMES TOWLES, Property Agent ap 25 entf I^ior rent?SEVERAL HANDSOME Par lors p.nd Chambers, with board. a'so, table and transient board. Inquire at Mrs. SMITH'S. ?>3 F street. nov27?tf AT PRIVATE SALE? EIGHTEEN SMALL building lots for sale, corner of L street and New Hampshire Avenue, near the circle, First Ward, ranging in price from 80 to 16U dollars each. Terms from 5 to 15 dollars per month Par ties purchasing with the view of building thereon, lumber or bricks (at market prices) to the amount of 150 dollars will be advanced thereon, secure* by de*d of trust on the property. Title indispu table. For any other information apply to h. PARRY, Marble Vard, Pa. av.,bet. 18tnA 19th ?ts. aplU?3m I^or private SALE?a VERY NEAT, convenient, three *tory frame House, with e deep lot laid oil as a flower garden The above house contains ten rooms, ail private; a side alley, and the prlviledge of a back alley The above house is situated on the north side of Mas sachusetts avenue, between 4th and 5th streets, No.5?h. For further iuforrnation please call as above. Possession given in a few days. If the above is hot sold in a few days It will be for rent, ap 3<>-tf Rare chance?the undersigned offers for sale those beautiful Lou situated on 3d street, a few feet south of Pa. avenue. Their situation cannot be excelled for either business or residence site*, and will be sold at a great sacri flee. H C. HAKROVER Terms : A small cash payment, and the bal ance in 1, 2, 3, and 4 years. Residence, No. 6, north A street, Capitol Hill. " feb23-tf GENTLEMEN'S URfcSB SHIRTS.?Our assortment in this department is very com plete, and we offer the best quality aud the largest variety at uniform and moderate prices, at STEVENS'S m 18-tf Salesroom, Browns' Hotel. ALNWICK FRENCH AND ENGLISH FE MALE SEMINARY, FOR BOARDING PUFILS. SITUATED SIXTEEN MILES ON THE Baltimore and Washington Railroad and Turnpike, and two miles south of the village of Laurel Stopping place at Contee's Switch M A tv?ON A SISTERS respectfully in form their patrons and others that it is their In tention to close permanently their day school in the city on the 2lst April, and that the summer term of their Alnwick Institution will open on MONDAY. May 5th. Applications may be made by letter addressed to the Laurel Post Office, md N. b?Every facility is afforded for the acqui sition of the French Language and Music, ap 14-dtJunel MR WILLIAM PALMER, Professor of Singing and the Flat*, E>egs to inform the in habitants ) of Washington that he proposes establishing SINGING CLASSES for two, three or four pu pils, whereby each voice will be properly ex amined. aad separately cultivated, according to its quality, which could not b?? done, consistent ly. with simultaneous tearblng?as Sopranos, Mezzo Sopranos, and Contralto voioes require a widely different training. The same care is ne cessary with male voices, viz: Tenor, Baritone, and Mass When the pupils are sufficiently ad vanced to sing by themselves they will then be

taught to take their respective parts in Duets, Trios, or l{uartetts. Terms per Quarter: s10 for each pupil, if only two pupils one hour will be devoted, and an extra half hour for every additional pupil j 120 per quarter "for separate pupils. ap5-tf 267 Pennsylvania avenue. MEDICAL CARD Doctor stanistas hernisz, reg ular Practitioner of Homoeopathy. Office, 231 corner F and Fourteenth streets. Consulta tions from 10 a m., to 3 p. in. Doctor h tan Is las Hernisz, having returned from Europe with Improved health, will attend to the practice of his profession Le Doeteur parle Francals. Der Doctor spricht Deutsch. el Doctor haola Espaaol. 11 Dottore parla Italiano. mar 7?3m* ? ok THE MAY HALLS. WE HAVE NOW in STORE A BEAUTI ful assortment of WREATHS, suit able for the approaching May festivals also, all kinds of Flowers for dressing the hair; aud would respectfully request those wue will be in need of such, to give us a call at our Fancy and Mlliinery store, No 310, Pennsylvania Avenue, between imi and 10th sts., north side. ap28-ti MUTCH in SON A munro The rising star dame.?this is a beautiful and Instructive Same for Children it learns them to commit to memory all the inci dents and celebrated battles that were fought du ring the American Revolution For sale by the agent, ALEX. ADaMSON, inar 22-flm 7th street, opposite Post Office [cb CREAM. Sold at TWO DOLLARS per gailon at MORBECK'S Confectionery, ?p *e-4? 31fl If mom. avenue I Auction Safes. Br J AS. C. McGUIRE, Auctioneer. VERY DESIRABLE DWELLINO Hont* at fnblir Sale.?On FRIDAY AFTER NOON, JuneOth, at 6 o'clock, on tbe premises, 1 ?ball sell part of Lots No. 8and 1U, In Davidson's subdivision cf square No. 340, fronting 15 feet ft Inches on llth street west between M and N streets north, running back 92 feet to a public al ley, with the Improvements, consisting of a sub stnntiai. well finished three-story and basement b.rlck Dwelling-House, containing eight room*, a 1conveniently arranged, with closets, Ac. There is alio a well of pure water and a good cellar on the premises, ana the whole property is very desi rable to any person desiring a comfortable dwel ling In that healthy and pleasant part ^f the city. Ttrms: One-third cash; the residue inland 12 months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust on the premises If the terms of sale are not comD led with wlt'iin five days the property will be resold at the risk and expense of the aefauiting purchasers. Title Indisputable m 13-d JAS C. McGUIRE, Anct'r Bv A. GREEN, Auctioneer. ITERY HANDSOME AND VALUABLE i Square ef Creand. being Square No 789, with the Iinpro vemcnts, at Auction. ? On THURSDAY, tbe '28;ii instant, 1 shall sell in front of the premises, to the hlgh??t bidder, at 5 o'clock a. in , the above-mentioned property, be ing the former residence of Mr. Thomas Blagd^n, and recently vacated by Theodore Mosher, Ksa , situated on New Jersey avenue, south of th?? Capitol. The improvementsareof the first order. The House contal ns twenty good and conveniently arranged rooms, with wide passages, and is sup', p ied with water fixtures ana other.conveniences. The garden and grounds are large and in the h'gliesi state of cultivation, and stable and car Mage-house sufficient for the accommodation cf six horses and four carriages. In tbegarden there Is a large vinery, which vie'ds targe quantities of tbe most delicious grapes This square has a front of 244 feet on New Jersey avenue. As 1 am directed to sell to the highest bidder, persons wish'ng to make a good investment or to sveure a beautiful residence would do well to ex amine the property and at'end tbe sale. Mr. White, who ha* charge of the premises, will show the prorerty to parties desirlrg to examine it, and for particulars applT to Tfceoaore Mosher, at his lumt>er-yard, Blapaen's Wharf, or to the subscriber. Terms: One-fifth cash; the residue in four equal instalments of 1, 2, 3, and 4 years, the pur chaser to give notes for the deferred payments, bearing interest from the day of ?-ale, (interest to be paid semi-annually,) and a lien on the property to secure the payment if the notes. m lft-d . A GREEN, Auct'r By JAS. C Mc.GUIRE, Auctioneer. Trustees sale oe shall FKAME House nnd Let cn the Island. ? On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, M?.y 20th, at o'clock, on the premises, by virtue of a deed <f trust, dated October 1st, H>j, aud duly recorded ! in Liber J.A.8, No. 101, folios 39S,' 99 400, and 401, one of the lmd records for W ashington oounty, tbe subscriber will sell at pubtic auction, the we?t half of Lot No 23, in Square N?> rontlng *5 feet on south F between 4}^ and ttb streets west, running back T9 feet 9 inoces to a 3?) feet alley, ultc tbe improvements, consisting cf i nearly new two-story Fran e Dwelling-House, containing fojr good rooms, with an exceller.t kitchen detached from the main building. A pump of cxccFcnt water is near by. Terms cash. B J OST, Trustee, m 13 d JAS C. McGUIRE, Auct'r. l?7~lhe nbeve sale is unavoidably post poned until TUESDAY AFTERNOON, May -7th, ?aine hour aid place. B J08T, Trustee, m 19-d JAi*. C. McGUIRE, Auct'r. MARSHAL'S SALE IN VIRTUE OF two writs of Fieri Facias issued frcm the Clerk's Office of the Dlst let of Columbia, for ti e county of Washington, and to me directed, 1 shall exuose to public sale, fc.r cash, on the premises, on TUESDAY, the 10tb day cf June, 1?5?, at 5 o'clock, p. m . the following dewribed property, to wit: All the right, titte, and interest of Robert S. Clark and Wm Gut'idge, in end to lot No. 12 in Square No ?8, together with all and singular the improvements thereon, as laid down on the plat of the city of Washington, seized and levied upon as the property of Robert S Clark and William Gutridge and will be sold to satisfy Jurtirinls No. U:9 ana 130, to March term, 1K?6, in favor of Thomas S. Beall. J. D. HOOVER, Marshal m 10-dts for District of Columbia. MAl^ SHAL'8 SALE IN VIRTUE OF A writ of Fieri Facias "under the Lien Law" issued from the Clerk's Officc of the District of Columbia, for the Ccunty of Washington, and to rue directed. I shall expose to public sale, for cash, on SATURDAY, the 31st day of May int-t., in front of the Court house doer, at 12 o'clock m., the following property, 4o wit : All defendant right, title, claim, and Interest into a frame dwel ling house situated on Lot No. 1 in Square 477, in the City of Washington, D. G., se'iect and levied upon as the property of William Coxen, and will be sold tosiitl.sfy J udlcial No. 36. to October term 1856, Joseph Libbey A .-on t-j. \V illiam Coxen J. I). HOOVER. Marshal m 7~dts for District of Columbia. omciAii. faIASBRT Dspaktmbst, Dec. 1, 1S56 Notice is hereby given to holders of stocks of the United States that this Department will pur chase to the amount of f 1,500 000 of said stocks at any time when the same may be offered prior to the 1st day of June next, and will pay therefor ice following prices, to wit: For stock of the loan of 1542, a premium of ten per cent.; for stock of the loans of 1847 and 184b, a premium of sixteen per cent.; for stock issued under the act of 1850, commonly called Texas-in demnity stock, a premium of six per cent.; and for stock of the loan of 184C, redeemable on th8 12th November, 1840, if received at the Treasury prior to the 1st day of January next, a premium of 2J{ percent.; if received between the 1st Jan uary and the 3lst of March next, a premium of 2 per cent; and if received after the 31st of March and prior to said 1st of June next, a premium of l)< percent. Interest will also be allowed on said stocks nt the rate* specified 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 tbe premium from 1st of January to the date of their receipt. In both case* one day's interest will be allowed in addition for the money to reach the seller. Certificates transmitted to this Department un dwr the present notice should be duly assigned to the United States (with the current half year's in terest, 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 treasurersat Boston, New York, or Philadelphia, as the parties entitled to receive the money may direct. JAMES GUTHRIE, dec 3?dtJ unel Secretary of the Treasury. GLEN WOOD CEMETERY, Office Ne. 39*2 Fa. art., corner lGth itr?tt, (ovaa thi savma-'s urn.) 18 CEMETERY is laid oat on the plan of the celebrated Greenwood, of New York, sad situated on the high ground distant cne and a quarter miles north of the Capitol?North Capltoi street leading directly to the gateway. This Company have secured a charier front Cob - press, appropriating their ground forevt r to burial purposes', milking a foe title to tbe purchaser, and prohibiting all encroachments from legislation or otherwise, which is of vast importance to those who wish their dead to repose where they have placed thejn, for It has bucoroe a custom in &U other cities when the burial ground becomes vaiu ible for other purposes, to sell it, ami throw the dead prouiiscously into one ltuge pit, ana legal measures cannot prevent It, as no titles aie gives to the ground. N. B ? Office open from 10 to 12 o'clock a. a* , where Pamphlets, containing the Chaiter, By Laws, and a map of the ground, and tui tthei in formation, can be obtained. All orders left with Mr. James F. Harvey. No. HO Seventh street, or any other undertaker, will be preKptlv attended te. ie IB?I* NOW RECEIVING, NEW AND FASHIONABLE STYLES OF Gentlemen's Furnishing Articles adapted te Spring and Summer wear, at LAN K'r* ? Gents' Furnishing Store, ap H- M r%. ??., mm eofnar 4# stmt. 1 ? EVENING STAR. PUNISHING A FLIBT. [ C05CLCBKD. 1 44 Your plan ia pcrhapa as good a 0110 as can l?e devised under the circumstances, unless, Katie, you can go to him frankly and tell him nil about it Would'at that after all be the wisest way ?" 441 cannot, indeed I cannot, be will tret over it in time. I am sure," ahe said 4-You are not engaged for Thursday night, and have no objection to uiy appointment to meet Lim there 44 Oh! no, not the least in the world. I shall oiijoy it rather than otherwise ,* lut Kate are ycu quite sure you are not carrying this Utile romat.ee too far ?" '?Oh, no, indeed. It is all in the fimily you knew So there is not the least danger cf scandal. Isn't it edd, thrugh, the idea of carrying on so animated and mysterous a enr respondence, with a person one sees at erery meal ?" 4> It is rather funny to be sure. But wind you don't get into trouble." 44 Oh, I've no fears. I 'm determined to give him a thorough lesson. I'll teach him the other side of the game of flirting We had arrived at Madame C 's door. and we parted But as I recalled Kate s words, and the expression of her f*tce, I was certain she was more perplexed than she choose to acknowledge " 44 Frank," said Kate, demurely, 41 it being Thursday evening. I'm g >ing around to B street, this evening Will you go with me, or shall 1 depend upon uncle for an escort?"' And she looked up smilingly. *4 I chould like to accompany you." Kate locked grave. For some reason or other, she and Frank had been growing better friends of late?moved, perhaps, by the knowl edge of bis perplexities, perhaps by another motive. She bad acted more naturally iu hid presence, and although he had shown no dis position to trifle with hor, a very frank and friendly feeling had grown up between th??m. But to-night Kate was conscious that her com pany would not bo agreeable to him. and, un reasonable as it was, she was a little jealous of 14 Clarabel." The evening was, it must be confessed, ra ther a dull one, for Frank, striving to seem at hie ease, was continually on the watch for ar rivals. and Kate, noticing his evident absent mindednesa, nearly lost her temper at the in ifficacyof all her atU-m; is to divert biia. To mc, the scene was one of unusual interest. Toward the middlo of the evening Ilarry Best Icy dropped in. Kate immediately bent ujx^n h'.ui all her powers of pleasing, and if the de sired to pii^uc Frank with jealousy, the could not have a more desirable ally. Harry was all attention, and for an hour they kept up a vigorous flirtation; (Hal, by the way, had gained some inkling of the j ?ke in a confi dential conversation with me) but it was nil in vain. Frank was constant to his ideal mis tress. At last, Kate more out of temper than she would havo been willing to acknowledge, rose to go. T! ere was no longer any hope of see ing Clarabel, so Frank was quite willir.g ^he took his arm in silence as they descended the steps, and for five minutes not a word was spoken by cither. Frank was first to break the silenco. 4-1 am afraid I was rather stupid to-night, cousin Kate " (She had assented to tho title at last ) 4* I don't know, indeed, I didn't mind," she sa'd, in a tone of mingled chagrin ::nd em barrassment. lie looked eearchingly at her, but she added more cheerfully after a moment's pause, 41 Tho truth i", Frank, I was so pleasantly entertained with Harry Bentlcy s witticirms. that I did'rt notice how you and Carrie wore getting on Isn't Harry a delightful conver sationist?" 44 Rather pleasant." Again a pause. 44 Kate, can you kcop a secret ? ' ho asked, abruptly. 441 think so. Why ?" Her voice trembled a little. 44 Because I am in trouble, and it seems to mefou can help me out of it. At any rate. 1 know you are a kind, good hearted girl, and will at least sympathize with me. ' Kate trembled. 41 What is the matter," she asked, in a tone of forced composure With an effort to begin his story, they walked slowly, and he finished before they reached the house 44 But how am I to aid you in bringing about a meeting with your recreant fair one? she asked 441 will tell you . One morning last week, I rose early to write a letter to her, and when I had finished it, having Lutincs* in Brooklyn, I went down town, crossed Fulton Ferry, and having transacted my business, deposited the letter in the office myself. It was still quite early, and as I stood wailing lor a South Fer ry stage, a young lady passed mo, and enter ing tho office received a letter, which, as she passed me coming out, I perceived was my own, directed to Clarabel. I started, (so did Kate; as you may imagine, and hurrying after her entered the Fulton Forry car ani determined upon tracing her, followed her into an up-town stage, and saw her alight at the door of Madam C 'a school." She wis closely veiled, and I could not gain a very distinct view cf her features, but she was petite in figure, and I should think light com p exioned and pretty. Is there such a young lady at the school who comes from Brooklyn? ' Kate had been fearful as she listened to the narrative, lest she might bo obligod either to make a full cjafeasson or to implicate her friend, which latter she could not in con science do; but now she saw a loop-hole for escape. 41 There is one young lady from Brooklyn in school," she replied, 44 and only one, and she is dark complexioned and not at all pretty, and is, morever, and unusually ditfreet per son and an intimute friend of mine I know her so well that I cau at once assure you that she ia not your correspondent I do not be lieve she would engage in any such venture some game, and if she had, I am sure she would have told me, for we are confidants." 41 Are you very sure she would have told you!" 4- Positively certain ; and beside, although she is a good-hearted, affectionate creature, I do not think her at all capable of writing as beautiful letters as you say Clarabel's are " 44 Then she must be a messenger for some one else." ?* Perhaps so But I am sure it would be fruitless to attempt to gain any information from her if ahe is pledged to secrecy, nur would I wish to ask it of her." 41 Of course I would not have you. But, dear Kate, will you not strive, in some way, to ferret out this mystery for me ? I shall never bo myself again until it ia explained." In a faltering, unsteady voice she assured him of her willingness to oblige him and they separated CHAPTER ? Kate adhered.to her intention of writing no more letters, and as day after day passed 1 bringing with it no missive from Clnrabel, 1 Frank grew more and more uneasy. He went I to Kato with all his troubles now ; it recmcd 1 to comfort him to talk the matter over; an J ? though I can't say but ahe enjoyed hia coufi- 1 dcnco very much, ahe wasu't, as may be im agined, the coolest counsellor. Day by day 4 she too grew palo and worried, and he thought it was all on his account, and blest her for her generous devotion. If things had gone in this way much longer i with no news froua Clarabel, coldly and capri- i cioubly expressed though It sometimes was, I cannot say how soon the denouement might i have occurred. As it wu, it waa hastened by < one of thoee little, umexpecUd, unaccountable 1 ? ? H Y. . .ii . c, ? . mishaps which mcb planned bj very imps of mischief, but which often prove how pleasant consequence* may be extracted frtm the most vexatious circumstances Frank, notwithstanding Kate's advice to the contrary, still wrote occasional letters, lie seldom ?L?wed them to her, however, and as since .-he had lesrned how nearly her faithful messenger bad been exposed, she no longer dared to trust her, she usually went for them herself; for heartily sick and tired a/ she pro fessed herself of the whole affair, she bad still c strange interest in the letters Usually she went after school, but it so hap pened that upon one occasion, having an af ternoon engagement which would prevent her iroirg at the accustomed hour, she went soon utter breakfast bhe was a rapid walker, and disliked stage riding, so though the clouds threatened n?m, fhe eschewed the popular vehicle and kept on her way down town, her thoughts busy with the net of ]>erplexmg circumstances whieh surrounded her- For the fiftieth time she wondered how it was all to end, and strove to find some loop-hole for escape, but for the fif tit-tb time ahe was battled, and obliged t> con] t-.nt herself with waiting patiently for circum stances to free her from the entangled meshes. Beforo she crossed the ferry it commenced raining, but still she walked on, preferring to he slightly wet rather than to be crowded in among the heterogeneous mass of damp and reeking passengers. She entered the office, received her letter, and with it still in bor hand turned to leave There upon the door* .-ill, pausing in astonishment at seeing her, stood Frank. For sn ln?tunt she hesitated ; a crimson blnsh rose to her cheek and suffused her whole face ; then without waiting for one woid of greeting she darted past him, and careless now into what company she plunged ber?elf, seated herself in a passing car A significant smile drifted over Frank s oountc nance, but he did not follow her. Of how much benefit the labors of that day were to Kate, I ain net called upon to .-rate. Ido not think, however, that it woaM be safe to place a very high estimate upon them. The dry, like all others, had an end. and when the last bell rang Kate was obliged re luctantly to go home. She walked slowly, for she dreaded the meeting that must ensue. When she reached the house, she found that her uncle had n t yet come from the counting-house, and Mrs Kipley had gone ont shopping and h id uot re turned With many a sad foreboding she prepared herself for dinner, arid then she went down into the library to await the re turn of the laintly. Seating herselt in a large arm chair which stood in the niche of a window, she leaned her head upon the casement and gave herself up to anxious thoughts So bu?y was she with the perplexities that crowded her br*in that she didn't hear the cuter door swing on its hinges, she didn t hear a foot-fall on the carpot, .-ho didn t know that somebody was standing betide her, till somebody whispered. " Kito " SLe didn't look, and Fomebody laid hi* hand on her long, dark curls, and passed his arm around her waist and strove to raise her. Aud then somebody seated himself in the treat arm-chair and took Kate upon his knee, er f^ca still covered with her hands, and whispered? " J>car Kate, won't you look at me ? I know it all, you arc * Clarabel ' " 44 No, you don't; you don't know it all. I wish you did,'' she sobbed; *'you don't know that 1 called you a flirt, and vowed to punish ycu for your misdeeds, and that I over heard you aud liarry Bentley planning the advertisement, and that I did it all just wick edly to toase you and cure you of flirting." '? Well, darling, you hare curcd me, and 1 thank you for it Won't you look at me an l let mc tell you how much I thank you for it7" She raised her bright, blushing f*<-e to his, aud I think he was too weak to resist the temp tation those ripe, pouting lips held forth. " Your punishment has been a terribly serere one, darling," he said " I don t think I shall ever forgive you unless you indemnify me by giving me this, "' and ho pressed the little white hand in his What her answer was the oracle saith not; but a week after, when matters were all ex plaiued, I heard Frank declare, that though Kate was a model rffornur, she nevertheless advocated ripital punishnunf iial and I are to ?? stand up" at the wed ding ; we are to have one of our own by-and by.?Peterson's Magazine. Wood Uas.?The New York papers announce that among the improvements lately secured by patent in the United States, is one of Messrs. Pattenkofer and Kuland. assignors of Messrs. Davis, Mussey. L K Breiaach and others, for an apparatus for makiLg wood gas. These gentlemen, who hold this patent, are possessed of skill, experience and capital, sufficient to enable thom to furnish this ex?^f lent and economical gas to all the cities and towns in tbo United States Pattenkofer and Kuland were the original inventors of this .m provement in Europe, and their Bavarian patont bears date in February. 1861 They are eminent chemists of Bavaria ; and wera the first who discovered and brought into practical use before the public, tha great prin ciple esaential in making wood gas, to wit : Xne subjecting the primitive vapors of des tructive distillation to an immediate increased intensity of heat, so as to combine the carbon and hydrogen. The gas is made on a large scale by the gentlemen above named, in Phil* adelphia, for the city use, and has been intro duced by them into several cities and towns of the southern and western States It gives a pure brilliant light, without offensive odor. It has strong claims to the attention of the public. Where is Mas. Leer Stoxb 7?An old bachelor talking of " woman's rights'' in oar office yesterday, said?''Talk ofequality of intellect, forsooth ! Let us see what they have done, where the * sphere* has been unques tioned and wide open to em this thousand years. Sir No woman ever produced a great painting or statue; No woman ever wrote a great poem ; No woman ever wrote a great drama ; No woman ever composed a great opera, or other piece of music ; No woman ever produoed an important me shanical invention; Aud, sir, no woman was ever a great oook' The best that can be said of the best of them is this?They have written clever letters, tol erable novels, and intolerable epics. They have made no sculptures, no music no paint ings worthy of the name ; and as to 'inven tions,' sir, they have invented nothing outside >f millinery and miachief since the world began !" We were about to reply, when we iiscovercd the wretch had disappeared. But, really thesa are grave charges. Where is Mrs. Lucy Stone? ty A very diffident young olerygman had been invited to dine with a professional bro ker, who also kept a young lady's boarding ichool. He was introduced to a bevy ot fair supils in the drawing room and among them ;o Miss M., to whom he said stammering?"A Miss M , ??a?a?I?I?I?am lot entirely unacquainted with you, I?I?I -bad the honor of sleeping with, your tatkrr i skvrl lime ago " A Newly Maukikd Won a* Puzzled ? 1 So you are going to keep house, are you V* aid an elderly maiden, ta a young woman ocently married. "Yes," was the reply. ' Goinc to have a girl, I suppose," was que ied. The newly maide wife eolored, and then [uiatly responded, that4'she did not really mow whetaer il would be a boj or a girl."