Newspaper of Evening Star, October 29, 1856, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated October 29, 1856 Page 1
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THE EVENING STAR, rCBLlSHL'D UTMt 1FTEKNOO*, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) df *k ? Bftldtnft, t#mir ?r I iwuyi?w<? ?*?<*es wa 4 iifH r, By W. D W1LLACH, WUi be served to subscribers by carriers at 811 AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agents; papers served 1a packages at J7# *en<s per motil*. To mail subscribers the sub scription price la THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY OBNTS t year i? adverts, TWO DOLLARS for six month*, and ONE DOLLAR for three months; for W? than three months at the rate of 11 % cents a week. CT SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. SINGER'S Improved 8?wing Machines. To which WA* a ran ted the Hif heat Award of the Paris exhibition, thereby receiving the World's Verdict of Superiority. The improvements in this ma china hat simplified them In minv respects, an 1 they treespableof executing twice theamotiai of wore they did formerly In any given time. They ?e without question the only Machines oa pahie of seeing every variety of aooda perfect; a shirt beeom or heavy traoe for harness can be ?fwa by any of these machinesbyaataffeoMan 6f aeedia and thread In such a manner that tac alocea! scrutiny canaot detect a fault. Maaufa' tarera, planters and families will lad the n the only safe Machines to purchase, as they ?re built stroag aad durable, and not likely to git out of order. We htve machines with gaages attached, for bladla/ hats, cxp-fronts, galtws. Ac 3lli. fnreid, Cotton,Needles, Ao., eeaslaatly on hand, st the lowest rates. P??on? i ?slrous of Information regarding 8ew la* vi tohlnes will please address I M SINGER A CO., It* Baltimore street, Baltimore. N. B ? We are prepared to exchange thee?toa ehie?? for old machines of any kind Terms 11b et.il. P'r?oas who have be*n lnducedto purchase nferlor machines under the pretext of beiag she ?p, will find this a benefit lnd?*d. mar 10?tf A FULL SUPPLY OK KAI.L AND WIN t?K JOHN H. SHOOT, No 119 SOUTH S1DEOF Bridge s're*, Georgetown, 1> C . haw ree<?ntly reived from the lar?* Importing, Cnmmlwloa, and Auction Hon??<, of New Vor?, a general as *ortm?nt of Pall and Winter Goods embracing every k1*?d of? Ladles Dreo-; Goods Brocade, Striped, Plaid and Black Silks Prlnte.i Striped, and Plain Mouslln Delaines French Merino* and A la par. as Argautine and Striped Pop'lnt Bright small toured Mouslln Delalnee for child ren Rich (all woM) Merino Plaids, bjst quality Do Onb-esha4ed *trip?d Moinllns Double and single wldti Leepaa's Black Mouslln Delaines 3*? pl"ces En/11.-th and American Prints White OimHrl's, Miulln and Nainsooks Plsld, striped and figured Hooped and Manilla Coided Skirts Tarletans, worked and silk Illusions Blaok Crape Falls and Veils English Crapes and Mourning Collars Black Lsce Collars and Setts Embroideries of every kind Stella and Brocba Shsw'.s and Scarfs L3Bj and Square Bla;k Thibet Shawls, very cheap Heavy Gray and Bla'k Woollen Shawl* L/idlf* superior French Kid Gloves cf (all Nos ) Da-k colors, Modes, White, and Black, at ?7 K coats Gents Hid. best Paney and other Glove* Ladles. Misses, nnd Gents Hos- *nd % Hose In Cotton, Merino, and Saxony Wool, ail sites Ladles Merino and Silk Vests G?nts h<Mvy Merino and Saxony Wool do Real Welsh and every other make Flannels R-al French Plaid and pla'n Josey do With a gen?ra! assortment of Cloths. C.vwtm*res, Tw?M*. Jeans, ?fctlnels, Silk and Merino Vest In**. Canton Plannels, Shirtings, Shoetlngs. Lln?a and Cottun; Irish Linens Richardson and Dunbar Dickson's : Blankets or erwy kind Ta ble Damasks and Tfble Cloths, all site*; Damssk Napkins, Huckaback and Board Tow.es, with every kind of Go >dt usually kept In a well as lort^i stock, which prom,>t pavlnz and cash cus tomers may always relvupou buying as cheap as the sime qua'ltlei and stales cau be had In the District A call Is solicited. oeH-tr JOHNH SMOOT. PI LIES?PILE*-PILES" WE CALL ATTENTION TO ALL WHO are sfflicted with this dreadful complaint to the following sworn certificate from on* of our most respectable cltltens, the father-ln-lawof the proprietor of the *'Courler des Btas Unls," and formerly gunmaker In Philadelphia : Niw York, Aug VHtb, l^WI Da Derate?Doxr SirI hereby certify that I have been afflle ed with the Pllos r?r nearly altty years, that 1 hive used elghtembottle* of Barnes' Pile Lotion, and everything else I could hare nf, but all to no effict, for they did mi little or no good. About two months since, I coxmeaced using yonr remedies for the Pile*, a d hive the happiness to sav that thev have had tne desired e#*ct, haviox cured me 1 consider this almost a miracle, for I am eighty years of age 1 alnc?re ly reeotnmead them to ail afflicted with the above complaint. P. VALLEE, 73 Franklin at State of New York, ) .New York City and County, f {.Joseph C Lawrenoe, do bareby cerUfy tuat on the day of the da'* hereof, before me peraoaai iy came P. Vallee, to m* well known, who, be ing by me duly sworn, did d*poseand aay that the contents at the foreg >tng certlAoate signed bv him are true. In witness whereof I hav? subscribed my nams, as Coau&laslanei of Deeds and aaa Notary Pubile of the State of New York, and have af fixed my Notarial Seal at my offlce,ln New York, this fiMh day of August, laid. JOSEPH C. LAWRENCE. Commissioner of Deed" a .d Notary Public of tae State of New York,?7 Wall street, New York We challenge the Medieal Faculty of the Uni ed States to produce a certificate eq ial to the above. Dr. Duprle'a Remedies are tee only ef fectual cure for Internal Piles. Only Zb cents per box. OJtoe?76 Nassau street, New York. Will be sent by oaall to any part of the United Stair* For sale by FORD A BKO., corner of 11th street and Pa. ave, Washlngton, D. O. oefi) UNITED ITATLI MAILS. K I.Ok 1 DA. ? ve s ve e aa ? a*?r a a a Jta.1 I f f October 11, 1350 J PROPOSALS FOR CARRYING THE malls of the United State* from the 1st Jaau ary, 1&37, to tbe?th June, 183U, on the following route In the State of Florida, In the time and manner herein soeclfe^d, will be received at the Contract Office of the Post oflie Department, In the city of Washington, until 5 p m . of the U4th of November, 1*56, to be decided on theufxtday: From Jacksonville, by Barber's and New burgh, to Alligator, 70 miles and back, twice a week. In four horse coach^e Leave Jacksonvilla Sunday aad Wednesday at" p m; Arrive at Alligator next davs by 1 p m.; Leave Alligator Mouday and Thursday at b a m.; Arrive at Jacksonville next days by t a m. NOTE. Proposals must be guarantied by two responsi ble persons, certified to as such by a postmaster or Judye of a court of re ord. and contract must be entered into by the suecemfal bidder, with sarety, before the 1st January, 1857. No pay will be made for tripe not performed, and for each of such omissions not satlofactorlly explained three times the pay of the trip may be deducted For arrivals so far behind time as to break connexion with depending malls, and not * .HcicBt'.y excused, one-fourth of the compensa tion for the trip Is subject to forfeiture Fines will be Lmpoeed. unless the delinquency be Dupt'y and satlafactorlly eiplalnod, foi ncg ng to take the mall from or Into a po*t efflce; for suffering It to be Injured, de?. trojad, robbed or lost; and for refusing, after deeaand, to convey the mall as frequently as the r contractor rnns, or la concerned in running, ve hicle* on the route The Postmaster General may farm 1 toe contract for repeated failures to run agreeab'.y to contract, or for disobeying the poet oike laws or Instructions of the departmeut. The Postmaster General may alter the sched ule. He may also order an Increase of ser vice by allowing therefor a pre rata increase on the contract pay He^r.ay also cur tail or discon tinue the service in wLol^ or In part, at pre rata dc<~rae?<- of pay, allow.one mouth's extra compensation on the Aicomtof service dispensed with Bids should be eidressed to the ''^ec ond Assistant Po?uua*ter General," superaerlbed 41 Proposal! j0t ffo W)1, Florida " Por further particular* see pamphlet advertise ment fbv eonveylng the malls in Virginia, Geor gia, Tier Ids, Ac , of 1965 and 1M6 james campbell, Oc 13-lawlw Postmaster General (MILLAR! AND E>IHKOIDIca?K??Jual J r??etv-d, a eaelce lot of Collars and Eaibrol deries and lower than oan be purchased at an o-her pla?e cabbidy A OO., i j, i menra u> A. Tate, No. 3U Penn ave., (r between S'h and 9th streets. / 1UHPUKAT|ON Slufk?OoiM BRoin&At, VOL. VIU. WASHINGTON, t). C, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1856. NO. 1.162 -? --1 - OFFICIAL. Tbbasitbt DaraKmanT, May ?B, 18fS. Notice la hereby given to the holders of the ? stock baaed purauant to the sot of Congrats of *14 July, IMA, that such atoch la redeemable by 1 Its tor EM, sad will be paid at the Treasury on the | surrender ef the certificate* thereof, oa the 19th ef November next, when Interest thorcon will ? Tbla department win continue to purofcase such ?toch prior to aald day of redemption, and will pay therefor the following premium, In addition to the Interest acerned to the day of purchase, with one day's ittarest for the money to reach the vendor: I On auoh cork received at the Treasury between the 1st day of J une and the Met day of July, In etualve, one-half of one per eeat. on the amounts specified In the certificates; On such stock received between the 1st and 31st days of August, one fourth of ons percent; And on snob stock received after theSlat day of August, the Interest accrued thereon, and one day'a additional later est only, will be paid. Certificate* of aucb stock transmitted under this notice must be duly aligned to the United Statea by the party entitled to receive the pur ohaae money ; and when aent prior to the 1 st J uly the current half year'a Interest mmtalso be as -dgued by the present stockholder, otherwise such interest will be payable as heretofore. And notice Is further given to holders of other nocks of the United States that this department will purchase the same between the lat day of June and the 1st day of December next, unleaa the sura of ?l,500,000?hall be previously obtained, *ud wiUpay for the same, in addition to tbe In* erest accrued from he day of thelaat dividend of interest, and one day's additional Interest for the money to reaoh the vendor, the following rates it premium: On stock of the loan of 1642, a premium of io (h*r cent.; On stock of the loana of 1847 and 1846 a premium >f 1* per cent.; And on stock issued under the act of wth Sep tember, 1850, commonly called Texan Indemnity stock, a premium of 6 per cent. Certificates transmitted under this notice should be duly assigned to the United States by the par ty entitled to receive the money ; and If sent pre slo-jstothe lat July, the current half-year's In tere^ m^st also be assigned by the present stock holder, otherwise the Interest for the half year to that day will be payable to him as heretofore. Payment for all the foregoing stocks will be made by drafts on the assistant treasurers at Bos ton, New York, or Philadelphia, as the parties rati tied to receive the money may direct. JAMBS 6UTHRIB, mtfl?dtWNov Secretary of the Treasury. OFFICIAL. TasAsear 1>bpart*sitt, August 20, 1*56. Wherra* the folio win; joint resolution of Congress has become a law: lonrr Rtsor.rrron eatendtas the time for the credi tursof Tela* to present their claims Kmolfd k\j the Senate and Home of Rejttetenla tivr* of the VmM Strife* ?/ *fanericn t?? Ccngrfn a* tenrthled, That a*, asreeah y to the provision of the fourth section ot the act of the UB-Jj of February, I85N, ?* to provide f?r the payment of such creditors 91 the late republic of Tem as ars comprehended in the act of Congress of September ttb, 1850," no lice, by pubi ic advertisement, was duly given for I the space of ninety days by the Secretary of the Trea-tury, of the time at wbich payment of the amount appropriated by the fifth secti <n of paid act wonld b- male, jno rata, on a?y b nd, certificate, or evidene? of debt of said *ta e, which should bo pre#?nt*d at the Treasury Department thirty days preceding the 13th day of June, IS5?. ths limit of Aid notice: aod ai it is represented by tbe said ?Secretary of the Treasury, that of said bonds, cer tiricaee, and evidences ot debt, which have been reoegmzed by the State of Texa?, the seme, equal to thj sum or Uree hundred and eighty nine thonv and six hundred and ninety-tbrse dollar* and seven seuu ware not presented to the Treasury Department prior to the Mid 18th of June, therefore, In orier to do full Justice to Lbe hoiJerj of -*!ddebt, the Secre tary ot the Treamry is hereby authorised to pay to the holders of any or the eatd h?nd?, certificates, or svi.lenoes, of (it6;, not presented before the 13th day of June last, who may present a d prove the cane at ike Trea*urv Uepa tm-nt, between tbe 13th day uf June la-t and tbe list day of January next, an4 sxscuts the proper relates to the United Slates am1 the State of fexai, their uro rain ?kare of the ?aid seven m Uiou KVrn hundred and titty thousand dollars; and af?er payment thereof, ih? raid Secre lary of tbe Treasury I* authorised and requirvd to distribute aod pay ths residua of ib? raid seven mil lions sevsn bu oared and fifty thousand dollars, then remaining in ike treamry, pro ra'u, amongst all lb* a ?) noiders who may l?ave pr?vt?d their claimuand executed ths proper releasee on or before ihe lit day ot Janus y next. Approved Augiut liiih, lisX. Notiosjb asaXBT sivb.1 to the noU?r* t?f bonds, certificates, and evidences of debt of the late repub He of Texas, which ware not predated at this de partment on sr bifure the lSth day of June la st, that tbe sam? will be Buttle d and the f*r<\ rata am 'Mint tlemou will be paid to ihw la wful hollers thereof if presented before the fi; .t day of January next, ac companied with thcne^tg -a-7 *vW?tceof their gen uineness, with assignments to the United States,re quired to give this department the custody of >iuctt b-Mids, se: Lifi^ates, and evidences of tf. br, and with releases io the United States and r?xas, In accord asoK with the provutons of the act uf Cnngrese of 2?ih FVbruary, ISA?. This department will not require < vidence of gen uineatMs to he pr^ented with the certtfirategisHued by the a alitor and eoaiptroller ef Texas under the laws sf the State. But it pos.e?se*no ineaiisof ver ifying the oertlflcaiea,bjnda and promlsaory aoU-s uteued by the republic of Texas, and not presented to, nor audited by, the oncers of the State. The neeeasary and proper proof of ths genome uess of the latter is the certificate of the comptroller ol the State of Texas, who has the official charge of the original archives relating to tbe debt of the late rc, puWIe ofTcxas Tbe assignment and releases may be cxecutrd and acknowledged in the presence of the Assistant Becretary of the Treasury, or the chief clerk thereof, in thr presence of a notary public, and be witnessed by the Assistant Seers'ary, or chief ciei k a id nota ry, and be certified by tbe notary nnder bis nota rial s?*al; but when tu? holders desire to make ibs assignment and execute ths releases out of the city of Washington, It maybe done in the presence of au aawi^'arii treasurer, or eollector, or surveyor of the eustems, in the presence of a nota y public,and be witnewd by the collector or suiveyor and the no ta- y public, and bseertified by the notary under his MArial ?eaJ; *nJ if tiers b? no collector orsurve}^ or ofthe ciihoou at the place where the party r?> Bldes, th* assignm**ut and releases may be executed b?(br? anyaourt of record- in tbe preaence ofthe Judge and oi-rk thereof, and be witnHaaed by them, and certified by the eWk tinder his seal of offlc*; and if the bolder be oat ot the United State*, the as signment and rcletuta niay be executed before any Untied Stat"*consul,and b? witnessed andocrtified by him un<1er his consular seal. All persons exo outlnK suoh assignment*release* must also de clare, undrroath, befs re the notary, clerk, or eon sul, as the oaae may bs, that they are the real own ' era ofthe certificatea or other evidences of debt ir that the same hsve been assigned to them, be*a /Ua, ft* eolleetlon ; and the ncUry, clerk, or eonsnl most include the fact of tbatdeelanRion In their eer HAMS ofaoknowledgment. Ifssstgaedlorcollestkm, or In pledge, the nana of ths party holding the hensMal or residuary in terest la lbs atatm must he staled la the afldavti and a rel-as4 loth* United State* and rt4eass to Texas mutt be duly executed by stieb party, to gether with the assignment and release* from the person in who?e Oivot settlement and payment 1* requested. One or nv>re audited certiflea'c#, or one or more evidence of the Mime character of debt, may be in cluded in the same assignment, releasee, and affida ?it of ownership, if each certificate is correctly de scribed by number, date, amount, and name of the originei payee, it should also appear whether the certificates were issued by the authorities of the State of Texas, on account of the debt of the repub iie, or were issued by therapabheof Texas, acoord l*E to the facts of eaeh ?ase. The assignment to the United Slates may be mad?i in fommnnform ; the releases should be drawn ac cording to the form* subjoined?A and B. JAMES GUTHRIE. Secretary or the Treasury. Form Jt. Kuow all p.-r?ons by these praents that < l?a? reic? *d, and hwreby releases, the United s*'a'M ol Am rica from all further liability or claim for the payment ?f certificate or evidence of drbt iimnbnr | for the ?um of .a ?) issued by th.j late republic of Texas, (or by the authorities of the Htnte of Ti'iai, a 4 ihf case may b^,) and re deemed by die I in it-'il yta'es in accordance with the provisions ol an act ol Conpre-^ entitled "An act to provi e t?r the payment of micIi cjeditors of the late repttb ic ot Tma' a* ur* comprehended in the act of < uiifiM of S?!()iisiib',r nine, eighteen hundred and fifty." approved the 28th day of Fedruary, 1855, and an act of the -tale of Texa*, approved the 1st of Ftbruajr. 1850. As wkne^s my hand and seal. Form B. Know all persons by these presents that ?has reltwsed, ami hereby releasee, the r?;a'eof 1 exas from all further liability or claim lor ihc pay m nt of certificate or evidence of d- bt number ^l>r tiiewiin of ?>- issued by the late re pi.blc of Texa -,(or by the autlioiiUv* of tin; d ate of Texas, as in* case may be,} awLreiloened by ih? (Juil^d S1 air- in a':cwri^uice with the provisions of an a<rt of Congress, entitled " An act to provide for ili? payment of such creditors of the late republic o! Texas as are comprehended in the act of Congress of Heptember nine, eighteen iiundred and fifty," anprovd ih<- JUili of February, 1855, and an nci of 1 he Staid of Texas, approved the 1st of February. 1858. As witness my hand ami seal. The following is a Iwt of the audited certificates still oq's'a ding: So htuctl to. So. I^uml to. 8 T D 1 ompkins 1139 Osrar ?n(leit:iw 18 Hukman L'anfirld 1675 Tiusttea ?f Austin 31 John A Clilion ? Coliero .18 H K Muse 1682 O fl Moiuarrat k Co W K '> Hobbs lfi'H) John Earner 84 J De Cordova 1704 Daniel 1 arl 92 John Rurningi'ani 1733 ) ? v ... , .. 135 Phinea* De Cordova 1733 { H N U alcott 176 E Baldwin 1746 John W Portis 191 James Tilghman 1770 I K Elliott 192 Mathias Clark 1R07 Harriet George [ Etha. Earle JJi? J'1*" 8 ?W J 18-39 Nathaniel Rudder 328 O Hlineau 1831 ) Levi Tyler, adm'r 841 J E Wade 1833 \ of W H Kelly 368 Peters k Booth 1838 Samuel Wlldey 3t? Lott Hlisted 1839 Georg? Sutherland 404 S Kinghiey 1841 J P Hennings 427 J Pa-k< r, for Eliza- 1842 > , r Vrn]na beth Parte r, ex'x 1F43 / J C Ecci0? 407 Bcnrdict Bayley 1*44 Edmund Bailiager 445 Ltander Btason IK52 J f) Logan 466 VVm Odlin 1856 C P Green 487 John W King 1865 David Ay res 509 T B Webb 18<;9 Thom< ? F Jame^ 510 A S Thn mond 1878 C S'-iiie,Jj. mantd 548 Thos TV Marshall 1S80 J F Jewett 6-25 David 8 Kaufman lf<97 F Emma 643 Ceoige W Parker lfc!?9 Par illa Lte' 644 CrntcherkMcBavenlftiO F VV Gros^meycr % } Wai Ftowir ZTZiZr' #.i3 J K P'tnijoii 19Q9 E W Cmsrthern 6>9 Wm H Belcher 19 <0 Vim (Cochran 677 H 11 Williams 1932 Fianci Moore Jr 701 Felix Rieder 2071 Andrew Daley \ Robert Dale )Iwac ritewart 773 Wm Jones j C W Vickery 779 Wm Walker 3088)- . Q _ . 733 Dyer Ptarl 1719/ Faul 8 2 Isaac L Hill 8106 ) _ . 863 Hermoaan Brown 1610 ] Dav,d ? Burne? 874 John W Bower 8108 f _ p 879 James McMa*t*r 293 fRF McMwter 914 Dyer Pea I 8l3Jl.prM((, 913 Mary B len Heden- la'iS \ F p Gcn^7 $W0 J^Ills ^623 ( 6 W Fishw 933 Mrs Mary Belville 8104 ) , , , . 1010 Anson Cranson 1501 \ Louisiana Da? ? 1012 R M Forbes 2303 E Frost lOifl James N Ho?en OTo? Thomas Reed 1043 ThnriMM Lindsay 8316 Harrison C Brya it 1045 Jam** L Greea 9330 J ? McDonald 1047 Jesse Daniel 8340 Arthur Garner 1048 J B Daniel 2311 j p Martchett 1850 ChariiM Vineeat 834! Andrews fit Or'Ter ,0M ^8 DO^vaise P U Ma-ritt 1W7 |S DU^vaise 2349 W Plnkney 1058 Willis Milll^an 2330 J D Oiddings 10M? J I) Mllllcen 2154 J Crawford Jr 1068 John iJavia 2358 A P Edserton 1065 Wm Barton 8350 Thomas Warner ir 1079 VV A Loekharl 8363 George K Bistare I0e0 Ji Morton $S61 Francis Brichta 1185 James Kil'am 2382 FMixabeth Carter 1198 c H Taylor 2383 Wm Davis 1841 Toun;s Coleman 2i87 Joseph Tomllrson 1248 Rob"it McNutt 9:t9o Sne?'-d k Turner 1240 John W Cloud, per 2.'!00 Wm Klmbro att'y III Raymond >400 II H Daynle 1201 E De Pon ois 8401 R W Mflhank 1%9 C P Green 8402 Catherine Allen 1875 G W Sinks k J B 0405 Henry Kring Shaw 8413 J W Lawrence 1297 John Kendrick 2418 Stephen Smlih 1298 Samael Uidien 2434 A C Horton 1300 John Johnson 2138 Elaphalet Eftjton 1301 Saeao Massin 8412 Lemuel RDickenson LKJil Thomas 11 Fune^tvi 2150 Wm II Thompson 1*5 B R Warner 2452 Z Wm Eddv 1463 William Frels 2471 J E ID rrou 1424 G \y (J^b<irm? 2474 A B Hemphill 1485 John A Raiherford 2177 Aaion Haughtoii 1427 Cornelius Vaunoy 2479 Il^irs of John Jon?# 1428 Joseph I'.ates 84e0 ?? Joel Hid 1473 Ann B Re?i* 8481 " Warren Abnrn 1515 Lombard Mims 24M2 " Jolui L Monks 1521 J C Moirit 2483 " Peter Aldrich 1523 John James 2490 M A Dooly 1554 K II Dongias 2500 George C Day cashier 1570 E M Fish 2501 F Kbnneti h. Co 1572 Wiu Kerr 251)3 John VV Schrimpf 15<l0 James A Moody 2504 VV C Blah 1581 P Bickford 2512 M Rorb? rtiaille 1612 John Lamer 2513 Henry B Brooks 1615 John Cameron '<?514 Gabriel Trumwelt 1623 John D Taylor 2508 II S Morgan 1624 Levi Mercer 8520 Furhur & Bean 1625 Eli Meicor 2534 :*arah Newman The outstanding evidenc es of other clashes of ths debt of the republic of Texas cannot be specified by this Department. au 22?dtbtJenl I BOOK BINDING. Corner E eventh street and Marylaml avenue, ntur the Smithsonian Institution. I^DVVAKD LYCETT KKSPECTFULLY IN fi*rms the subscribers to Hrown's Ulhle and Shakspearp, now Just completed, that be la pre pared to bind thoee works In a superior etyle of elegance, strength and solidity, and upon much mere mmonabte terms than oah be done In Ilaltl more, Philadelphia, or New York. A letteT ad dressed to him (per post) will enable him lo ex hibit to the subscribers specimens of Ms style of binding. Every kind of Book Blading neatly cx ?c"ted- se27-6m WOOD AND COAX. " WE ARE DAILY RECEIVING LARGE supplies of WOOD and COAL, which we can sell from tha boats at vory low prices. Per sons deslroaa of laying In their winter fuel would do well to give us a call before purchasing else where. BOGUE k O'NEILL se 2 No. 108 Water street, Georgetown WATCHES .?WE OPEN TO-DAY A case of very fuperior Gold Watches, for both ladle" and gentlemen, which, added to our former stock, make* it more complete than ever. We offer at unusually low rates Watches by every maker of celebrity In the world, whii h are warranted accurate performers

M. W. ?ALT k DRO. 00M ? MM Peon avenue. New TURK LKDtifcR far NOVCMBER 1, Just received In advance Orion the Cold Beater continued, and a new story comment ed by the author of tba Watchman The right place to gat the Ledger la at tf BRGUSONMS, o 83 Next to Lammond's, 486 7th atraat. 1XME UAT STAR OF AMERICAN Fit KK. dom: London Art Journal, and all the ?l??tor?ldat rM*WJ&W]? <*W neet 10 Lammood's, W 7th etmt Educational. MI8S HEWITT'S ENGLISH AND FRENCH BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL, torntt of K x? Yorkavenw and 1S<4 .<? THE SCHOLASTIC VKAH COMMENCES the flmt Monday In Septembf r, and ends the last Frlday In June, and is divided Into two ses ?looa. The Principal will be assisted by the mo?t com petent English and French resident teacher*, and every f oillty offered for pursuing Music and all the various branches or modem accomplish ments. For further particulars, terms, Ac., sfe Circu lar* at bookstores, or at the residence of the Prin cipal. au 20-3tAeotf YOUNG MEN OF WASHINGTON. Frt4 Lectures tutry Monday vfit. for four ir>r?ks, comnmrtTtr October 20th, AT THE UNION ACADEMY. ? Such Young Man of thl9 ? ity as with to obtain a thorough and practical knowledge or Surveying, Civil Engineering, Book Keeping, and of such branches as will fit them for suect??fr.l business, will find a good opportunity la 'he DAY or EVENING SCHOOL., at the Union Academy. ocl8 Z RICHARDS. Pr]ncipal_ ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL BOARD I N H SCHOOL, FOR BOYS, Mount Joy, Lancaster county, Pennsylvania. E. L. MOORE, A. M. Principal. THE WINTER SESSION WILL COM mence on Tuesday, the 4th of November. Terms #75 per se?sion, of 5 months, including board, washing, tuition. Ac. Circulars containing particulars may be bad on application to the Principal. oc 14-lm* A G'a MD . ~ Mrs franklin, teacher of vocal Music, No. 405 E street, between ?th and 10th street-i Reference*: Mr. R. Davis, and Mr. Hilbns, Music storts se 17-3m MRS. <>. H. SMITH, 4*20 D street north, betioeendtk and 7lA, Begs leave to inform the ladies of Washington, Georgetown, and vicinity that she is pr> pared to give lnstiuctlon, in classes and private lessons, In the art of MAKING WAX FLOWERS and VASES Also, Wax Fruit and Ornamental Leather work Ladies wishing to avail themselves of this op portunity of acquiring a most beautiful aecoin KUthment will please call as early as possible, as Irs. S. doss not contemplate remaining loog In the city. TEKXS: Wex Flowers In Classes, per term of Vi les sons W Wax I-rult In Classes, per term of 1*2 lessons..95 Leather Work In Classes, per term of 9 lessons S3 Private Lessons SI each?Vases SiO. Boouetsand Vases, Wreaths, Single Flownrs, Ac , for sale, or made to order. au 2d-flra CENTRAL ACADEMY. SILAS MERCHANT, > REV G. W. DURRANCK, > raiNCiFALS. The next annual session of this Academy will commence on Mfndav, Seo t'jtfiber lbt, 1856. For terms see circulars at the prlnMpal book Stores au 1-tf St'JOO REWAI'.D. RANAWAV FROM THE SUBSCRIBER living in the village of Nottingham, Prince George'scountv,Maryland.on Mon day rslgbt, the t?tii Instant, NEGRO 6IRL MARIA, who calls herself Maria Chew, She Is about eighteen years of age, about four feel ten or eleven inches high Sne l? vrry like ly, and has a pleasant smiling face She baa a remarkably fine suit of hair for one of her color, ^nd is, altogether, a fine looking girl. 1 will give i he above reward of one hundred dollars for her apprehension? no lua <er where taken?provided she 1* brought home to me or se cured in jail, so that 1 get her again THOMAS G TURTON. Nottingham, Sept 10, l~.y*?te ll-tr HATS, CAP , AMD FIRS NOW READV AT STINEMETZ S, No. S3f Pennsylvania avenue, near 13th Kreet. a fine assortment of D:tESK *ATS, consisting of New York, Philadelphia, anu Biltlrrorestvles of various qualities and prices, from S'2 50 to S5. Partlcula atten tion is invited to our S3 and S-3 50 Hats, which are m good as can be bought in this city Also, FELT HATS and CAPS for Men ana Boys, of every variety and style. Together with Children's F&ncy Hats and Misses Flats. FOR THE LADIES AND CHILDREN, we ba*e on hand, and will be receiving, FANC\ f. PUHfc, made up Into the m<*t -* modern styles. Terms?Ready Pay. 00 11 ?'f R MUNSON, AT338 PENN'A AVENUE, is still making those beautiful oontlnuoua GUM TEETH, called Allen * Patent, for the excellcncy of which over ali other styles of teetn. many now . wearing them in this city, will cheerfully vouch | There is one Dentist la this city who has been infringing the patent, and made a bad imitation of It, against whom I hereby caution the public N. B Whenever a Dentist speaks against Allen's Patent Continuous Gum Teeth, when properly constructed, It Is because he Is ignorant of the process, inoormetent to make the work, or s unwilling to pay for the patent. Je 10-tf THE STEAMER OEOKOE WASIUWG' TON wllldepartatthefollow- ? lng hours: . dBSafiSKCcs L?eave Alexandria 7H,9,11,1)|, 5)i Leave Washington...B. 1-j j?* > Je Jb-d JOB CORSON, Captain * FOR ?orPIT VERNON. ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS?FARE, ROUND tAie, Si; ALEX AN L>RI A75 CEN IS .-ThcifiSE?iL steamer THOMAS COLLY fcR leaves W ashlng ton at 8 aad Alexandria at9H o'clock. CoacLe* leave the Capital for the t-oat at Stf o'clock Coach fare 10 cents. Persons wishing me coaches will leavrthen residence with George A Thomas Parser Refreshments on the boat, "p 5Mf SAM'L GEDNEY. Captala. CHANGE OF HOURS. ON AND AFTER MONDAY, THE 30th of June, the Steemer GEORGE PAGE will run at the following, Leave Alexandria at 1)4, y, 10,12, j an<* (j w o'clock. Leave Washington 6, 0, 11, ltf, 3X, and 7 ?'jStf ELLIS L. PRICE, Captain. ?. WKTZEHOTT, Csrnsr ? ! Eleventh ? street and Pennsylvania Avenue, has always on hand the largest assortment cf PIANO b'HRTfc.S In Washington, from the celebrated factories of Raven" Uacou t.Co Rotenkranz. and others, from JI'5 UP to S8U0. Warranted for two years, and kept m tune w.th out charge PSnall's Melodeons. and a large stock of Musical Instruments, in P"**- 11 Trovatore ? _ 0015=*L KW \ND ATTRACTIVE NOVELS.? - .Rising the Veil, cr Scenes In the Courts; by Ball Fenm r Embellished with poitral s of Po ll^rEm?son%rfLlfeln CllftonvlUe ; by Mrs. ^ WaUer^March'shoepoe Recollections; by Ma ,0Bo?oCntCo,ln1mon, Tale of our Own Times ; by * A*the, o?S^lls from the Strand; by Mrs A 3a M Field SI _ ? , , ,fa Kate Stanton,a Pig* from Real Life. St Dora tiraflon, or every cloudjbas a silver lining. SI Ambition; Kate Willie SI r>, ^ Rambles in ta*tern Asia, includaig China and Manilla, during seveial yearl res dence wit note, of'the voyage to China, Ilia, Hong Kong, Ac.; by L Ball, M. D , secoua edition. Si,HA. Just published, and for sale at TAYLOR A MAURY'S Bookstore, oc 94 Penn ave., near flth street THK COURT O F WA J Jg beautiful quarto volume. ?>y Goodrlcli , wi b authentic Portralu of the Be*utles. \\l , an 1 Heroines of Society under the first Empire, just publUtM, .-d <""'^tK'fAYLUH North amehican review for J?0b?r; T^L^' NEW ANU BSAt'TirUL BIRD CAG : S . J? "?*** OO N EVENING STAK. The Mysteries, Miseries. and Delights of a Turkish Bath. f Frr-m a roirwpendcnt cf the Lor don ftar.J ' I alighted at the door of the head bathing 1 establishment of Qrnnd Cairo I Behold me, bow, in the vestibule of a gen- , nine Eastern hummum Two tail Numiaian slave? as*i.--t me to disrobe, and in the place of ' my multiplied garments attire me in a piece of loose cloth, buttoned just above the hipa. ! Thus denuded, I am mounted on a pair "f wooden clog*, or pattens, about ten inche* iu height. I am then supported on either aide, while X make my way oyer the gl*s?y inarhl" floor to a bathing saloon, number one. Here I am stretched upon a plank, covered by a white clotb, arid recline at an angle of forty-five. The room is then filled with vapor, and in about ten minute* I am perspiring profusely through every pore I grow faint, the vapor is turned "ff, a few buckets of tepid witer are thrown over me, a oup of coffee is administer* ed, and a few whiffs of a chiboque. I aut re vived, and am straightway conducted iu>o bathing saloon number two Here, sitting on the side of a marble reser voir of hot Whter, I am drenched with bock eta of tho scalding liquid. I am then laid down ar.d scrubbed from head to f?>ot with woollen gloves and a sort of fuller's earth. Then drenched again. I am next submitted to the operation of peeling, a process wbich removes all accumulation of dirt and scurf upon the surface; which, in fact, seenn to take off an outer skin The peeling over, 1 am drenched again Tho next stage is that of pumice atoning?applied to the inside of the hand?, the soies ot the feet, and the heels, i until all the horny and hard parts arc rubbed down to a delicate softness. Now comes a season of comparative leisure and repose While I am on my back, the operaU>r is cut ting my finger and toe nails, and carefully extracting from every part of my bedy what ever is txtraneous. unsightly or inconvenient. I 1 am next made to Sit up, and in my sitting I posture am shaved?tho hairs are carcfuIly | pulled out cf my nostrils?my car? are picked? i my hair is cut?my whiskers and moustaoho are trimmed, and my head is, at last, declare I to be finished. To these processes succeeds that of shamp<*oin?; namely, moulding the j fle?h, cracking the joints, and loosening evrry integument iu every socket throughout the frame Then a lathering ail over with a pe- ; culiar kind of agreeable emollient s ap , and then, another drenching The time is now come to bo introduced into bathing saloon number three. Tho atmosphere of this is. after the temperature of the last, gratefully cool, and here I am permitted to immerse my* solf in a large cistern of moderately ool4 water Oh ! how refreshing ani restoring, after the swcatiiigs, iubbing3, scrubbing^, bcaldings, pullings, pinchings, kmadings, crackings, hair tweaking, belatheriugs, and pumico-stoning* of Nos 1 and 2 1 .tai reluctant to quit my present quarter*, but am commanded to get out. I do so, and my tender and new born-infant liko skin (as iuscepticie as the surface of a skinned eel) is gently wipod down, and enveloped in a sheet: \ then, mounted oncc moro on my lofty pat- j terns, and supported as at first, I am led back j ti the robing :aloon, where, laid upon a mat- | tress on the floor, with my heal raised by a i pillow, and with a quilt over me, i am pre- i scnted with a cup of coffee and a Persian Kuliau 1 sip, and puff, and dose ; :*.nd doje. and puff, and eip ; and am of opinion that alter all I have undergone, my present bli* has been cheaply purchased I am routed from my reverie by r polite inquiry if 1 will be a second time shampoonod ; to which 1 an swer, "Certainly not" In half in hour, or thereabouts, I rise and dress, and leave the hummum And now it is that I feel the ben eflt of my bath I seem iO have gone back to . tho days of my childhood My tody is lighter and more elastic than a feather My spirits are exuberant. I am conscious of breathing the circumambient air through millions of pored I am ready to shake Tiends with the doukey, and caress the boy Tne external world never looked ?o beautiful The future never so cheering I am ready to do anybody in the universe a good turn, bo ends my lark- , ish bath A Silgilar Dubl.?We learn by a letter from Memphis, of the 18th inst , that a duel was fought in the vicinity cf that city on the day previous. It seems that on the late trip of the steamer North Star from New Orleans to this place, two of the passengers, Colonel Charlfs Burgth.il. from Philadelphia, and Major Hiegler, of Boston, who had been south on an electioneering tour and were old friends, having both served in the European armies, got into a very warm discussion, the one de fending Democracy and the other Republican ism, wbioh resulted in offensive language of a personal character against Col. Burgthal In the presence of so many passengers the Colonel felt it incumbent on him to demand a retraction of the insulting matter, which be ing denied, a challenge and acceptance to fight were soon settled upon. Two Hungarian officers named 8. Sialey and T Shultex, late ly in the service of Walker at Nicaragua, who were passengers on the boat, volunteered as seconds. Pistols and fifteen pace* were the terms proposed, but strati^e to s?y. the ?e?ond8. tho master of the boat, and all the passengerr, including many ladies, opposed the proposition, and contended that the fight should to had with swords The Hungarians offered their sabres, and the next day. on reaching Memphis, the parties landed, aud. procuring the attendance of a I>r Hill, also a passenger on the boat, proceeded to some grounds adjoining the city, accompanied by many of the lady an i gentlemen passengers. The duel was then fought with great tierce ness, and resulted in the defeat of Mnj Reig ler. who, by the superior skill of hi? adver sary, received two terrible cuts, the one on his cheek and the other on hii chin, causing him to drop on the field Returning to the boat, the wounds of the Major were drofscd. a fid a reconciliation of the parties was affected ? St. ljouis Democrat, Oct 23. Anbcdotb ok NAroLEO* I ?Napoleon was accustomed to wear a coat of mail under his clothes, and which ho r.trely weut without On his doparture once for Belgium, he thought it best to guard against those dangers with which he was threatened?having all Europe leagued against him?bv every means in Lis power. lie accordingly w*Bt for a clever workman, and asked if ho thought himscl: competent to make a coat of mail of auch tex ture that no weapon whatevercould penetrate On the artificer answering in tho affirmative, Napoleon agreed to give him 18 000 francs, the sum asked. On the day fixed, the man brought his work to the palaco Najoleon quickly examined it, and ordered the work man to put it on himself. The man obeyed Napoleon took two pistols, saying, " We ahall now see whether this coat of moil is of the tex ture you promised mo * He fired at t is hrea t, the cuirass resisted. " Turn around." The mm obeyed. The second ball struck his back, and with the same result The poor artificer, half dead with fright, thought these trials would be sufficient,hat he was mistaken in calculation Bonaparte next armed himself with a long fowling piece, and made the same experiment on the shoulders, back aod breast of the trembling patient. Hsppily the cui rafB resisted, and saved the inventor from so cruel a trial. 41 How much am I to paf 7??.? said Napoleon, "after this nob la 41 Eighteen thousand franc#, , hi . the affrighted artificer " No aueh sir," said Napoleon. " I shall give y ? . tlx thousand franos, * and <*d*r o| Ma trvaswrer for *k?* www-' THE WEEKLY STAfc. ThJaesoeUeat Pamllv u( Nm Journal?<cea aiatny niiu nrttr/?< tiwwmai ?? llngttaa 4*f wn i| rtui Ptagie ocpy pa 91 W *? ntH. Plv* copies H T? eoplei I o* Twenty eoptee 19 ? UT" Casu, imtuiti in iiuifi i^Singie copx? (la wt%p?w on be prfwnue* at Tbe counter, After the Imm W tbe p?pr I'rtoe?Tatse Cbhts Pott MlltlUVMlMW IfOQtt Wt U bMlM^n? * oornmlaeion of twenty par otat A Bttnnway Bt*n?bo?t. An eceentric but boi! amusing era lee *w some time ago made by a steam tow boat In tbe waters of Southampton harbor. Kngland, the particulars of which are related by a tor', respondent who was an eye-witness of the wlioie affair. It seems that the Belmont, a regular steam tug, had taken in tow tbe ahip Walter Hood, bound from Southampton to Australia On reeching the lower bay, the ?ails were ret on board the ahip, and at tLe ?m? time tho tew boat waa cast off with the Intention of retorniog to Southampton for an other vessel, tut by some accident the shin ran into the steamer, a violent craeh followed, aud in the confusion all hands. including the captain and the cook of the latter, jumped on board the tailing vessel, leaving their boat in charge of a dog and two cata? a strange crew for a steam-going craft. But ber a team waa up, and after a succession of plULginga and er*hi?g -he succeeded In shaking herself clear of the ship, and the next moment waa i*en "going it alone," starting off at a ter rifi ;peed, and in anything but tbe right di rection for her For a few momenta ber aap tain and crew, engineer and all. were struck with dismay. The long tiller ot the rudder w&s seen dashing to and fro, while the fierce barking of the dog, who evidently knew little of navigation or steering, rendered the seene at once absurd and terrific ?ludieroua and Lrvshtful. Meanwhile, tbe captain of the steamer, having mcoveied hie presence of niiud and oompoaure, obtained a small boa*, and with hia man started io pursuit of his ab ounded craft; but ere he waa well underway, she bad altered her course, and, from tome cause or other, came round and set out for the point from whenoe she had started, thue mnk - iu? or describing a complete circle. Tho men bent lustily to their oars, but the cbajed fcteainer dodged, shied and circulated abeut in the moat erratic manner, tbe dog keeping up an incessant barking and howling, aa th>>ugh seeking in this manner to head her off and bring her to reason Soon ehe shot off in an opposite direction, and now made directly far a light-ship in the outer harbor liere tao men ua the look-out descried her position, ar.d, having manned their boat, also started in pursuit. 1 he raoe now became truly excit ing, tbe course of the steam tug becoming more and more uncertain at the helm shifted to and fro at tho sport of the wavea of the channel By this time, however, ehe had nearly run her race, her steam waa getting 1 >w, and at length her apeed giadually dimin ished, her paddles stopped, and ehe ultimate ly gave in from sheer exhaustion. The crew iroui tho light-ahip waa the firet to board her, i.er own crew coming up about twenty miuuies alter. She was at length got into working ? ?rder, and brcaght safely into Southampton dock, where she was sentenced to undergo complete repairs after her frolic. It it said that the crew were fully justified in leaving her a? they did, ehe being in imminent peril of going down ACalipor.ua Compromise ?Tbe following occurred in California in its palmy days, when alcad?s, elected by the miners ot the district, dispensed e^ual aud exact justice to all. An individual by tho name of Green had borrowed some forty dollars of another of tho soubriquet of ?hortea Now Shortez could not obtain the money, though Green had struck a leal, and waa known to have dust. Green was a large, powerful uian, but no grit, andihortex offered to fight bim for tbe money, but Green backed water. Well, the claim was brought before the al calde, on a cold, rainy, dismal evening, and a? there was considerable taik about it, the boys gathered in to see ibe fun?rather a motley appealing crowd, with long bearda and hair, patched pants, rimless hats, toe less bcote, Ae The Hon. Judge was unwell, but ??.*. op in his bunk with a red bandana tied rounl Lis head Tbe case waa clearly proven Tlie alcalde decided that Green must pay, and If he would not. a committee of three were to search him or his cabin and get the money and also the ouurt coats Upon this Shortes deliberately rose and said, " Tour honor. I will forgive him the debt, and pay the oosts besides, it he will only give me a fight, to that I can whale him.'' Green, when ha heard this squared himself, thinking that the court-room would be aacred; but Saortex pltcbcd in at on oe and e line bed Severed, myself included, sprang in to sepa rate them, when, in deep tones and waving tbe bandana, the judge exclaimed. "Gentle men, gentlemen, stand baok ! If the parties wish to effect a oompromise, don't interfere." And we stood back. Saw Green whipped m a few scconda. and after that obliged to pay the fund? ?Cor Porter's Spirit. The Poet I?ox?rxLLow ?Longfellow pre sent* the fine spectacle of a man of moet dell catc poetic gift, and rich and varied culture, devoting himself to topics that go straight to the common heart, and handling them with a childlike simplicity, which, in conjunction willi so much delicacy, is almost without a parallel in the history of literature. For him no audicnce is too refined ; none too unculti vated. The "Psalm of Life" is as simple as Dr. Watts, as graceful as Campbell; and the same may be said of *4 Evangeline." We have in Longfellow a finished master of "the accomplishment of verse, who uses his gift as plumes to wiug the benificent shaft of eorig U the highest and humblest heart alike, a:<l not to speed a mystical chant out of sight into cloudi&ud Nor is this all With Longfellow to descend is not to grovel; his gift cleanses common things as it touches them , if he walks the dear old earth with tbe rest of us, tne shining wings of hie genius do not trail on the ground ; if he speaks a simple language, he utters what is both holy and high, so that our hearts burn within us by the wuy as he talks. What mourning hearts have been soothed? what trembling nature's strengthened?what hesitating spirits charged with holy covrage for the conflict of duty, by his sweet potent words ! Those who have never directed their thoughts to the subject, have no adequate idea of tbe extent to which the works ol this great and good Amerioan have helped to mould middle class thought and feeling in Great Britain ?London Dispatch Clerk* and Salaries is Baxx or E*o L4Mo ?There is some philosophy in the plan adopted by the Bunk of England in allowing clerks to " work their way up" to a good posi tion and a living salary: A clerk in the Bauk of England enters at the age of seventeen, on a salary of (150 a year, with am additional hun dred if he is punctual every morning Hi* salary is increased $50 every year, till hi* in (>ime reaches $400 It is then raised ?23 a year, till it reaches an annual salary ot 55oU From that time the salary is increased at thj rate of $40 a year, till the gentleman hn worked his way up to the coinfort%ble income of*l,3#0. But this is not all. Every employee tf the Bink is entitled to a retiring P*?0" amount proportioned to the C?"J, _|,Jcwe be h?? served After forty years eerviae, we hcliavf. a clerk is eautlod to retire upon a believe, a ^ amount of the salary tbe tiD'? ?f hU retirMB<>nt wlmn a clerk is absent oc leave, he forfeit*? cents per d.y-an Arrangement which has tl.? doable advantage of securing the bank fr m imposition, as* of giving for a modest ni?n tit- courAge to ask tho leave of abseucc w..cu it is necessary Indeed, the system generally teems to us tbe only one by which faaUul service oan be rationally expected iy Recent letters from London report th r the new style of portrait visiting card some time in vogue in Germany bAve e >..?? into use in England On the card n engr ? the portrait of tb? PArtv to whoa the pi- ? board bdOBtf hutrtA of