Newspaper of Evening Star, March 17, 1857, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated March 17, 1857 Page 1
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VOL. IX. WASHINGTON, D. C? TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1857. NO. 1,299. THE KVX9IH0 STAR I> PUBLISH CD IVBRY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) AT THB STAR BUILDINGS, foresr ?/ wmw ami lit* ilrtil, By W. D VALLiCE, and Is kttW to subscribers by carrier* at BIX and A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to tbe Agents ; papers served la packages at I7& r*>Bts per ssoata To anil subscribers Ike suo ?crlptlon pr*e Is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TV CENTS a year u^vomi,TWO DOLLARS fjr six month*, and ONE DOLLAR for tkree months; for less than tkree month* at tka rate of UH coats a week. i?T SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. OR. STEPHEN BAIL Y, Office ISo. ISS Pennsylvania Avtii*, Tkree dseri ft mm. 14f A itreet. DR. BA1LY begs leave to inform the public that he can be seen at all hoars, at his office, located as above He feels assured that aa expe rience of fifteoj years' practice, with the large numoer of patients, and ureal variety of dltB^uit cases that he has treated successfully, will enable him to surmount any CiAculty, scientific or oth erwise, relating to the Teeth His own experi ence confirming the opinion of miny men emi nent In the profrselon, and especially Drs Harris and J sad E Psrmly, has led klm, long since, to discard all mercurial preparations for tilling Teotn, also all Enamels, Gutta Percha, India Rubber, and Cements for the construction of Con tinuous bum Teeth, and that Porcelain,mounted oj Gold Plate, Is the only reliable substance that no be worn 1? thi mouth, as was most conclu sively shown by the last American Dental Con ventlon. Although he titters himself that from his long residence and practice In Washington, he Is f? vorabiy known to hi* numerous friend* and pa tron*, ne begs leave to refer them to the following TESTIMONIALS. From lbs tale Sector of Ui? Cbnrcb of Bplpbeny of this city. Dr Snrms tui>T: Dear Sir?I Jwlnta (iprati bj m t"?no for yoa p.reoaally, ?u J my ronllieire la yoa uisa per tor ilMMI Tbs op?r>Uou executed f?i ms bar* bwn htgb'y saMafaelory. I tope thai J? may receive tbe patron ??? trass mj friea4* sad tbe public Uial yosr skUl ?o wall iiirtriM Yoin vary tinly, Washington, AngsslM, 1SSS. J. W. FBBKC3. From os? of Us oldest Arms Is BalUasora, Messrs. Bosks, Cotman a Co. Having ?mp!oya-i Dr. Step'ten Bally, Barton Dentist, of Washington CUT, to execute for aa, an ltap> riant ?n-l >11 111 colt pte.-e n( work, wbteh ha <lkl to my e-itlrs satisfaction, e.ii In vie* of ma fMl lull una of tl.-< m?st <tlsUugnisue<i nixiutmrs of Uia DanUl C-'llege of Baltlmora, falle-l. after re >-.al?l trials, to perform tua a*uu> work aelisfar-orily, It give* m* groat pleasure to -ipres* ray aotjra confidence an<l bUti MtlmaUaa of hla professional skill. Belli m-> re, Jauuary II, ls67. HABMANN BOUGS. Ecu-act from a sots reesl ve-l from tbe late Hon. Jobs M. Clayton. U. 8. ttutfs, August It, Ifil. TuS teeth yon made forme work admirably; noUilug cull b- better. Very gratefully, JOHN M. CLAY fON. Te thoee that seek relief from tbe maladies of tbe teeb, I <-a? cheerfully recommend Dr. S. B?lly. as a superior IHo net. he as4e a set of porcelain teetli fnrone of my family, and plugged several teetb for myself. and the work baa all stood well tor more tb?n ten ysars. BOBIKT T. NIXON. ?f the Va. Conference of tke X. K. Churn fcuth. April l?, IMS. We, tbe nnderslcned. having h*d orr%sl?n to avail unreel ves Of the professional skill .?f Dr. 9. Bally, Ssrgeon Dentist, o! tot? city, or having been cognlsmt of Ins operations on nnr famillea er friends, take pieasnre In expretslsg our adnifra Uas of bis artistic skill, aa well as of tbe uniformly aaUnfac tory manner in w'llca be perforaa tbe moat trllato and d f Scn't operations In Dental Surgery: and we res.-e.-rtfolly re eosaeul bias to tbe cjslilsws and patronage of tie public; ?' walcb we eueetder blm sin:senIIy worthy THOHA* 0. WaLTBB, JOa H. BBADLBY, Architect C a. Caplu.:. of Washington, D. C. THOMAS MILLIB, H. D , ?BOBOE WALTON. of Waealagtoa, D. C. Bx-Oo?ern?r of Florid*. B. S. BOHBKB, M D., WaLTKB LBNOX, o/Oennetown, D. 0. Rx Mayor of Wasblogtos. N. A LINCOLN, M D., HBNBY BALDWIN, Waahlncton, D C. P. 8. Fntent OfBc*. O. C. WIGHT. Principal BlUssboose Aca-lemy. (ah *-tf DR. VILLARO, Dsatlst, Lats of Chicaoo. OULD RKSPKOTFULLY INFORM the cltls^ns of the District and vicinity, that having located him<?elf < la Wa?hl??gton, he Is now prepared to' perform all operations, In his profession, m the most app'ov~d style UAce No <50 Penn. avenue, adjoining Gas tler's. Jan -2u-i v UClT&ij SUHUUUN. ?R.B F. COSBY, PfcNN AVKNUE. BK tween Sixth and Seventh streets, at tbe place formerly occupied by l)r j, Vaa Pdtten, has Just received a very large supply of articles pertafal ig to dentistry, and respectfully Invites the public to give him a oall. Having devoted hla wnole time to tne pro fession. he Is perfectly safe In declaring that he will gtr? entire satisfaction In every case The best professional references can be seen at hi* of. Ice. mv 12-tMaroh*0* DR MU.NdON. A f J38 PENN !A AVENUE, is still making those beautiful % ?oatiauoa* SUM TEETH, called -J Allen's Patent, for tbe excellency of -, r r - which over all other styles of teeth, many now wearing them In this city, will cheerfully vouch. There la one Dentist In this city who Eas been Infringing the patent, and made a bad Imitation of it, against whom 1 hereby caution the public N B Whenever a Dentist speaks against Allen's Patent Continuous Hum Teeth, when comstrucud, It Is because he is ignorant of the process, Incompetent to make the work, or s oa will leg to pay for the patent. te lrt-tf DR. C. ?. OUOOS1AN, Dentist, and MannfactnrsF of Artificial Tsetk. Those who are so unfortunate as to require Artificial Teeth will ilnd (without any nonsense or bum boggery,) teeth set upon a metallic' b&se or plate Ma'erlais pure and proprly con structed. as being superior to all other modes The various operations of Dentistry faithfully and properly executed. Tender Teeth rendered useful for life, by new means. Teeth extracted earefuiiy, easily, and skillfully. LT otR^e corner of bth sireet and Pa. avenae. nt> 7-3m NOTICE. TIME IS MONEY. LOCKS! ? CLOCKS V? CLOCKS !!!? Call ?f at the Great Clock Emporium, opposite Drowns' Hotel, and see the greatest assort ment of CLOCKS this side of New York Good Clocks warranted for f 1.50. Also, all kinds Clock Materials, Oils, Cords, Balls, Keys, Weights, Ac The trade supplied at wholesale prices Ca h or Clocks given In exchange for old Sliver or Gold Watches. A .so, good Watches for sale low. Call and see for ysurselves, at J ROBINSON'S, :J49 Pa av., janX7-'Jm opposite Browns' Hotel. NEW DRUG IfUKE-Wlllards' Hotel. J P. MILBURN k CO, WO PENNSYLVA ? nla a venae, respectfully call the atten- n tlon of their fiends and the public to thelr^Mi new Drug Store, which ther have tiled up 1M la the most complete manner, with a full AA supply of pure C&eralcals, Drugs. Fancy Articles, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, and Patent Medi cines. A select assortment of \Y ines and Liquors for medicinal purposes. A very large stock of Havana Clgara, which are of tne quality and tecelved from first hands. Together with ail of the articlea usually found In a first classdru ? store Physlclaas' Prescriptions carefully compound ed at all hoars (as the store Is not closed at night) by a competent dispenser. A call at their establishment Is respectfully so licited. marS-lm* army's confectionery, iVo 84 Bridge Strtet, Georgetown, D.C.t WHERE ALL KINDS OF ENTERTAIN menu are furnished with the best ice Creams, Cakes, Water lc??, Confect, Ac , at tbe ?nortest notice, a..<l on the must moderate terms .Medal awarded at the last exhibition of Metro' poiltaa Mechanics' Institute. laaUI-tf fUnloaAIntel ) FV>K bALK.-A PAIR OF FINE MULES four years old, and very kind In^. harness Apply to ARNY A SH1NN, No. 97 Greeu street,' fcb Zl-tf Georgetown. GIBUS'S II .VIK MANUFACTORY, Ptmm. asssas, 6?(w?<a 9tk aaJ 10tk ttngtt. 169, HALF WIGS, BRAIDS, CURLS, Bandeaus, Prlsxed Rollers, Ac , always on hand, and mads to order at a few hours aotloe. Ladles' Hair Dyed, Shamooued, Ao , In the sioet complete manner. All sorts of Toilet Articles from the best French and Engiiah houses. No 3He Pa aveuue,upstairs,over Davis'Music Store. N. B ? Hair work repaired or taken In ex cbaaire. feb I t-3m OAS rilTUKR*. RH. MI LLKrt, SON * CO., ALEX.AN s drla, Va , keep constantly on hand a hand some variety of CHANDELIERS, PENDANTS. BRACKETS. Ac , from the celebrated factory of Cornelius A Baker, which they will guarantee to sell at tbe sam? prices charged to private pur chasers at the salerooms on Chestnut street, Phil adelphia Also, Drop-lights, Cut Glass and deeorated Paper Shades, la great variety. Call and examine for yourselves dee I W pOKroKATIOSI STOCK* fsr sals by V f-b n-d CHUBB BROTHER?. BANKING HOUSE CHUBB BROTHERS. r\EP091Ttf.?DEPOSITS RECEIVED AND Cheeks paid without charge. Drafts on the northern seaboard cities received on Deposit st par. and Exchange on said Cities furnished to de positors without charge Interest on Deposits ?Interest will be al lowed on l>eposits at such rates as may be agreed upon. Deposits in Viboinia and Uncbbbbnt Mo sat.?Deposits in Virginia and other Uncurrent Money received to b? checked for, payable in same funds, or In specie, we charging the regu lar Exchange. Discounts ?Notes, Drafts, and Bills of Ex change will be discounted, and Loans made on StocIts, Beads, and Securities at the market rate. Letters or Cbbdit?Letters of Credit will be furnished, negotiable in the different Cities of the United State*,on Deposit of Money or Collat erals, and Interest allowed If Money Is deposited, and charged if Collaterals, on such terms as may be agreedf upon. Tuvimsb Bills or Exchansb?Travelers will be furnished with drafts in auch sums as miy be desired negotiable In the different Cities of the Union. Bills and Lit Tans or Cbbdit on EnsLand. IiKLiHD AND Europe ? Dills of Exchange and Letters of Credit on England, Ireland and Eu rope, furnished at the market rate far Exchange, In sums to suit. Bonds, Stocks, *c.-"-Bonds, Stocks, and Se curities paying from 6 to l'i V cent , always for sa'e, ?r bought In the different Cities at a com mission of a * ^ cent. Where Stocks are bought upon orders, we reserve the right to call for a de posit of 10 v cent on the cost. Bonds or Stocks will be ordered bv telegraph. Railboad, City, a d Stats Bonds ?Rail road- Cltv, and State Bonds can be placed in our hands for negotiation either in this country or Europe. Railroud Iron purchased for cash or with Bonds. Land Warrants ?Land Warrants bought at the market rates All Warrants sold by us are guarantttd in every respect Land Warrants located on commUsiom. Land Warrant quotations regularly furnished if requested. Warrants will be forwarded to Western Bcrises on orders, or sent for sale on commission to re sponsible parties. Kbal Estate and Insurances.?Real Estate bought and sold, and Insurances eiffected. Claims on tub United States, Court or Claims, C o n a r s s s?Claims on the United States, before the Court of Claims or ConereM. Intrusted to us, will be prosecuted by able and prompt attorneys. CHUBB BROTHERS, J*b 37 _ Opposite the Treasury. HANOI FOR SALE A51 D TO RBNI." PIANOS WHICH RECEIVED THE FIRST premiums In Washlngioa. Balti-ffiSSn more, and New York, from the factory rTs^^H of Stelnwav A Sons. New York, and from other factories, always on hand, st moderate prices and convenient terms, at No 499 lith street, above Penn avenue Second-hand Plans* taken in exchange for new ones Tuning attended to. mar 10 eolm* Gardening made easy Amateur* Wuide and Flower Garden, Dire-tory every essential detail for thesuccessfulcuitlvatlon of the Flower Garden, to which is added the Vegetable Garden Manua',containing practical directions for the juccessfui production of all Vegetables usually cultivated for table use ; by John T C. Clark Formings tellable hand-book of reiere?r?,asd embracing every requisite detail for the success ful cultivation of the Flower and Veg< table Gar dens. The work coutalns ISO octavo pages, Slnted in the best style, andjbound is muslin, rdersfrom the tradeiespectfully solicited. Price 91 per copy. TaYLOK A MAURY, mar 13 TO THE PUBLIC. JOHN P DENNIS HAVING TAKEN THE well known Coach Factory, on b:h , street, between Louisiana avenue and C street, long conducted by Mr. Jom M V ousg" is now i*eparrd to in an n feet u re and repair all descriptions of COACHES, BUGGIES, WAC ONS, Ac , on the moat reasonable terms, in very best manner, and at the shortest notice Hs respectfully invites his fellow cltlaena to give hire * trial. mar 0-ira The oreat traoedy?the new American Tragedy, Cortex the Conqu*rer. This splendid pc?m is prooounoed by Crtiics unrivalled. J us. from press, and for sale by the publisher, FERttUsON, ^nar IS 4art 7th street. LECTURfcS ON THE BRITISH POETS by Henry Keed, 3 vols The Sisters of Soleure, a tale of the Sixteenth Century, by C S. W Sylvia, and other Poems, by Thomas Buchan an Read ClaremoBt; or The Undivided Household. History of King Richard the First, by Jacob Abbott 1 Docharty's Elements of Plane and Solid Ge ometry. Artist's H i is; or Pawnbroker's Heir, by Em erson Bennett De Bow's Review fjr March. mar lit FRANCE TAYLOR. HATS! HATS I (CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL J supply of BEEBE'S ? ? NEW YORK STYLES. together with TAYLOR'S HATS, of BALTI MORE. The best black dress HATS got up Is the latest style for S3.90, as good as tfcjse usually sold at *?: and a good fashion* able Hat at S3, worth S4; and a ftrst-rate Hat, S2 SO. The best materials and the best workmanship is employed to produce a S3 Hat, which is sold for S3.50. We do a cash business, meet with no los i, but give each customer full value for his aaoney. Felt Hats unusually low. N. B Agent for Drlscoll's Balm of a Thousand Flower*. Price 23 cents per bottle. ANTHONY,7th street, near Pa.ayeBae, Agevt lor a New Yorfc Hat Company. ae jfUtf POTATOES?1000 BUSHELS PRIMK white MERCER POTATOES, lnatore.and for sale in lots to suit purchasers. PETER BERRY, tan S7-tf R5 Water street, Georgetown. ALEXANDRIA AND WASHINGTON BOAT. THE STEAMER GEORGE WASHINGTON ?"ill depart at the following hours: < Leave Alexandria7^, 9,11,1#. 3#,4*. Leave Washington ?K, 1?, I2i JOB CORSON, Captain. feb 18-d COAL KEPT UNDER COVER. 3.MO lbs. to tk$ Ton. NOW ON HAND. THE BEST QUALITIES of White Alh, Red Ash aad Lehigh COAL. Warranitd to givt satisfaction. Delivered free from dlit. Also, Hickory, Oak and Pine WOOD. T J. A W. M. GALT, N. W. corner 12 th and C streets. No 547, dee 2#-tf one square south of Pa. avenue. PEAS, MUSHROOM, Ac. WE HAVE RECEIVED OF RECENT Importation? Chaiuplgnous In Cans of 1 and 2 pounds Petlts Pols In Cans of 1 and 2 pounds Pate De Fols Gras Pate Fal*an aux Truffes Pate De Begaasea Pate De Perdreaw 1'ruffes. For sale by feb <1 KING A BURCHELL. ON EXHIBITION AND EOR SALE At MY NEW STORE, ONE OF THE largest, handsomest, and most varied assort mess of LADIES' FANCY GOODS ever of fered in the District. LADIES' FRENCH DRESS JSfmm BONNETS, Tl JTW Chl'dren's Garments and Hats, i.adits Dress Trlmmlnts in the greatest profu sion, Ribbons, French Flowers and Embroide ries, Straw Goods, Head Dresses, Ac , Ac Strangers and citizens are respectfully Invited to call and examine my stock. . w M. WILLI AN, ffeb 86-3* Market Space, bet 7th aad HU? sts. BEAUT11-UL CHINA GOODS OPENING this week, at our great Variety Store, between 8th and 0Jt streets. to h. i. Mclaughlin a co. Abk OCTAVE PIANO ALMOST NEW, Rosewood Case, Iron Plate, wlllbei^CSatoa sold tor 9145 Musi be sold this weekrr * f(l the ownsr leaving ???e *lty A ??? on# f.+ jjj u bespat W. U. MET'ZEROTT'S msrv Music Depot, cor. lith st aad Pa. a v. PROTECTION AND INDEMNITY FROM LOSS BY FIRE 1 FIRK, M4RINE, AND INLAND INSURANCE. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $1,850,000 FARMERS AMD MECHANICS' INSUR ANCE CO., OF PHILADELPHIA. Office northwest comer Pennsylvania avenue and 17A street, Wat Kington City, D. C. DIRECTORS. Ron. Tbos. B. Florence, Charles Olngee, George M. Armstrong, Thomas Manderfield. Charles A Rubicam, Edward R. lielmbold George Uelmbold, P. Carroll Brewster, James E. Neall, Isaac Leech. Jr. THOMA8 B. FLORENCE, President. EDWARD R. HEL1IBOLD. Secretary. LOCAL SURVEYORS. wCharles Walter, No. JV7 D street, opposite City Jno. M. Thornton,comer Plrst atroe t and Virginia avenue, Island. Jaines Williams, No.99 Pour-and-a-half atreet. John Ritrles, No. Ml Thirteenth street, below Pennsylvania avenae. MARINE 8UBVBTOK. Capt. J. P. Levy, No. 367 Pennsylvania avsaas. oppociiie National Hotel. GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT. John Thomason. Authorised Capital and Jtotts...Rl,473,0?7 07. ASSETS ?593,037 07. Inverted in Bonds, Mortgager, HudGood 9ecunt.es. The business of this Company wiil compare ft vorably with the most successful of similar iaslita lions in the United State*. Prom the 1st day of August, 1853, in five montha, ap to 1st January, 1856, the premiums received amounted to the large sum of one hundred and eight thousand, one hundred and fifty-one dollars, with only forty-six hundred and sixty-six dollars louses ?eaorted. With these evidences of sacccs? and good man agement, the directors feel justified in soliciting a share of public patronage, believing that the secu rity offered is xmple. and that all fair claims will be adjusted more accordingly equity than legal techni calities. ? The company is prepared to is:?oe policies agamst low. or damage by Are on DWMLLINGS, FURNI TURE, MILLS. MANUFACTORIES, WARE. uOUSBS, all description* of BUILDINGS, and their oontents, or all kinds of MERCHANDISE, tr?Mpwr?ed by VR8S1L8. STEAM BOATS, CA NAL BOATS, RAILROADS, and the u*>ual con veyances to or from any portion of ETIROPK and AMERICA, and on the hulls of STEAMBOATS navigating the western waters The rates of premium will be a* low as other companies, and in fixing them every improvement in construction and arrangeanoni will be taken inio consideration. All locoes speedily adjusted and promptly paid. Office northwest c< rner Pennsylvania avenue and Seventeenth street, Washington city, D. C. Inmmmnc, may alio be effected at the Hon* Office, MarCWesf corner Walnut and Second Streets. PhUa M * ?*. ? _?. ? . . * . i, and in other principal dues of the United biai by (Qthoriiei odioeri of the coxbdiiiTs roar 14-tr lfom? Ioiurftnee Company of New York, OFFICE NO. 4 WALL STREET. Cash Cipitai $500,000 00 Amount of Asset* 1st Jan . 1857. .872,823 31 Amount of Liabilities..., 42,460 98 npHlS COMPANY CONTINUES TO IN ^ Buildings, Merchandise. Ships In Port, and their Cargoes. Household Pnrnltuieand Per sonal Property generally, against Loss or Dam age by Pile, on fivorable terms. Losses equitably adjusted ard promp ly paid. dibkctoxs: CbaWes J Martin; A F Wiliroirth; William G Lambert, firm of A ft A Lawrence & Co ; Geo C Collins, firm of Sherman ft Collin?; Danford N Barney, firm of Weils, Fargo ft Co ; Lucius Hopkius, President Importers7 ft Traders' Bank: Thomas Messenger, tlrin of T ft H. Messenger; Wlllla? * Mellen, Arm of Clafiln. Mellen ft C Charles U Hatch, firm of C B Match ft Co ; li Watson Hull, firm of Haskell. Merrick ft Bull: I. Atterburv, Jr , Arm of L Aterbury, jr , ft Co ; Ln cten D Ooman, firm of Unman, Lothrop ft (To ; Homer Morgan; Levi P Stone, firm of Stone, Starr ft Co ; Jimes Humphrey, firm of Barney, Humphrey ft Butler; George feme firm of Geo Pearce ft Co ; Ward A W ork, firm of Ward A Work ft Son; James Low, firm of James l ow ft Co; Isaac H Prothlngbam, flrmof 1 H K roth Ing ham ft Co ; Charles a Bulkley, firm of B irk ley * Co; Cephas H Norton, firm of Norton, Jewett, ft Bui by: George D Morgan, firm of E U Moresu ft Co ; TheodoreMcNamee. Arm of Bowen, Mc NtnwftCo.; Richard Blgeiow. firm of Doan. King ft Co ; Oliver K Wood, h m of Wiliard, Wood ft Co ; Amos K Kno, fi-m of Eno, Rob erts ft Ce ; Alfred S Barnes, firm of A 8 Barnes ft Co ; George Bliss, of the firm of George Bliss ft Co ; Roe Lock wood, of the Arm rf K Lockwood ft Son; John G Nelson, firm of Nelson ft Co ; Lyman Cooke, firm cf Cootie, Dowd ft Baker; Levi P Mortor?, firm of Morton ft Grin neli; Curtis Noble, firm of Condlt ft Noble; John B Hutchinson, firm of J C Howe ft Co ; Stephen Paul, firm or Stephen Paul ft Co ; Chas P Bald win, ton of Baldwin, *tarr ft Co ; H Gilbert Klv, Urm of Kly, Bowen ft McConnell ; Amos i Ltwight, fi;m of Trowbridge. Dwlght ft Co : Henry A Hurlbut, firm of Swift, Hurlbut ft Co ? Jesse Hoyt, firm of J cste Hoyt ft Co.; Wm Stur giss, Jr.; firm of Sturgls. SLaw ft Co; John R rord, firm of Ford Rubber Co ; Sldnev Mason, firm cf Ma?on ft Thompson; Gi orge T S ted man firm of Stedman. Maynard ft Co CHARLES J MARTIN, Pres't. A. F. WILLMARTH, Vice Pres J - MILTON SMITH. Secretary Uy Applications received and policies insured by THOMAS C WHEELER, Agent, No 325 Pa. avenue, betw. oth and 7th ats. martf-im H Na. 3?7 Pa avt., app?ait? National Hstel. JONAS P. LEVY, 1MP0KTKR AND DKALKR IN VINI WINES, BRANDIES, GROCERIES, AND CIGARS AS IN STORE A VERY CHOICK As sortment of Champagne in quarts and pints, I XL; and Tres&n de Bausey, ana other desirable Brands; Brandy In eask and bottles, Vintage 1777 to 1840: Rums of all kinds; Whiskeys 1810 to 1836 ; Holland Gin of aU kinds: Claret Wines of all brands Burgundys do do Saturne < do do Sherry do . do Maderla * do "do Port do do German do do Hock do do Italian do do Hungarian do do English Ale and Porter of all brands do do Cordials do do Cross ft Blackwell's London Pickles and Preserves of all kinds

Coffee, Sugar, Teas, ftc., Ac 367 Penn avenue, opposite National Hotel jan 23-ly JONAS P. LEVY. GIFTS! GIFTS! worth each. 50 Patent Eng. Lever Gold Watches, .sioo 00 1<?J Patent An hor Lever (18 k.case) Gold Watches 50 00 4i<i0 Silver Leplne Watches, warranted... ia Mi '-i?" SetsCameo Ear Rings and Breastpins.IV mi ?Jco Gold Bracelets M00 |*00 Cold Lockets, (large alze and double case 1000 700 Gold i.ockets,small size... .'!&<< l.ooO Gold Pencils a 40 t.OOj Gold Pens, with Silver Pencils K 5 3,ooO Gold Rings 1 50 800 GenU' Heavy Gold Rings 3t0 1,000 Ladles'Gold Breastpins a SO 3,000 Gents' Gold Bosom Pins I 50 I,WW Pocket Knlvej.....T. loo M00 Pocket Knives.... .V.V,.7# poo Gents' Gold Bosom stoads, or Sleeve * Huttona. (cholea) 1,^00 Pairs Ladies' Gold Ear-Drops 8 50 S,900 Gift Books ^ ? 10,000 Pairs Pocket Scissors..'!.'!iS lo^O Miniature Gift Books or Priats. . S 1?.3?0 Pen Knives or Lots of Stationery "*J6 Will be presented to the purchasera of Books ?t PHILBRlCE'tt GIFT HOOKSTORE, under Oexter'a Hotel. Sae alga of Girt Bookstore Call aad examine the iamense stock of BOOKS and PEESENTS, and get catalogues. xeb i?-tf 4 SECOND-HAND PIANOS, AT GREAT bargains, at our great Piano and Musia Empo rium, WWII 9th aud 10th streets. 10 JOHN F. ELLIS. A GREAT BOOK.? INQUIRE WITHIN for sny thing you Want to Know Publish ers Agent, FERGUSON. >aar 13 480 7th atreet. For Bale and Rent. A furnished house for rent on ^r_-.-_atf<T.tnort^' No. 1?. opposite the Capitol !S2 g on lit ot APr" REWT?POUR MODERN BUILT ?)???'w0n M****ebusetts avenue, 'r5 an h stwt?> <*cb containing six eommacd a view of the whole n!3r'h^h^i all,^e ??*??ry Wood-9Leds and Ont-Bnildings, and the beat Water In the yard. .Ui!"? ,n<lu,re on 'be premises, or at my btnnds n the Centre and Northern Markets mar ll-flt* JA?. K. DUNAWIN. rOR HENTOR LhASE?FORREST HALL, ii.JSWKOWn'wiU be reaped by the meht, or Th?Ti, d' ,? any r?-?Ponalbleatsoclat|on. ?p-riL the only Hall In the District with scenery Apply to B FORRKHT, 1st street, Co? s Row, Georgetown, mar 4-aw* F?* *k".t-that desirable busi f ne** on 8th Street west, third door from 1-ennsylvanla avenue, with or without the upper part o. the building ' To a good and proKS tenant the rent will be made reus nable For terms a. ply to JAM ES TOWLES, Property t?n aST** north' betWffn ?th ard Uth streets, No 4?o mar 12-tf f??*aE?T -THE LARGE FOUR.STORY ?. w with all the modern !m SwTw's",'g.,.r"" W1U * Cj^OR SALE?A farm LYING IN MONT a. gomerv county, Md , 0 miles from Wasting. t"' rtV.'t'%?eth?8da Uhurch, on the RoekvlUe l?ii ? rm conUlns 9,1 acres rf first u a improvements are a new Frame UwelJine House, coutalning ? room*, ard a stable Fow'and'STrollsiwf0' Horse For terms apply to CHARLES F WOOD, 41* ^,^L'^,Ween Kand F -W'oC.T WOOD, J "** ^rm- mar ~-:jw fflHREE HOUSES AND lots FOR sale ?J"?" No*- ??. 4*. and W Louisiana ave nue, Washington, are ofl'ered at prlrate sale, low Metier W.H1 b" 8P'd wparate or to with flnl.Tii (UMl,afonr-?K>rv Brick, ZHu. ?n'0bed bMemfnt. nearly new. and In com plete order, with wjfr and gas throughout An m? w * ,L^,NDY?*t No 46 Louisiana avt N"- '??? f*OTTAGEFOR RENT-LAND FOR SALE ^ r or rent, for a term of two to fr-ur yearn it tasteful Cotiai'e, of three basement, fi?eflrM fi >or, three >eccrd flaor, and four attic Rooms, with mof'e n conveniences f?r heating the hruse and Wl,h waler A Farm attached, of two b undred acre*, which can be reduced to any ???*"!?!![ agreed on; eight mile* from Washing ton-three from Alexandria, higb, bealthy zsd romantic. If rented Immediately servants and furniture ?n go with bouse to end of the current ymr. Al?o. ? Farm of jgo acres with improve ahOTe' ,or Mlr or ????? Lnqulreof SWEENY, RITTENHOUSE FANT jBankers, aad Col IRWIN, Land Otlloe. V*?i\A?L^. FARW IN VIRGINIA FOR ? SA Lh ?It contains upwards of ^700 acres 500 thereof under cultivation, about Soouted for a.nf* *bo?t 7?>0 acres well limbered, ar d along whlck the contemplated straight line Railroad to CbarloUsvllle will run Attached I AnM B iPrmM Mlil' I** tt0Tn ,fce South Anna River,which is a part of the boundary line and on which are also 40 acres of low ground ' c Wh^C^ lc"'' p,0<luclr'" T?b?c good o?de?* T<iry 80peri0r tDd ver>' ample, and in l*j> bushels cf Wheat have been seeded, Tobac co Plant Reds were burnt and seeded before the la"t fro*t. for Oats and Corn due progress Is made. at v . wtate, the slaves and improvements. - toek, etc_, may slso bo had, and further in for. matlon ?lven by the Editor of the Evening Star, Waahlngton city. Inju 5 l^OR RENT?THAT VERY COMMODI * ous and convenient (brown stone front) House, siiuated on the north ?idc of IS, between 9th and l'?th fctreets It Is new, and has been kept In the bt-st order by the Hon Robert McCleiUnd, Sec retary of the Interior, he btlng the only occupant since its completion Possession will be given within a few days after th? 10th of March. For terms apply to tbo subscriber, at 520 H , between etn and 7th streets, or at the works et the Patent Oflice ffcb'JO-tf] THOMAS BfcRRV. FOR RENT?THAT LARGE AND VERY dfslmole Store Room and Cellar, No 130 on Bridge street, near Nigh, Georgetown, formerly occupied by Myers A Bro ,as n Dry Goods House and recently occupied by Se'dner A Co , as a Clothing Store Possession given imined'atrly loa permanent tenant tl.e rent will be made low utm JAMKM FULLALOVE, ur to K s! U RIGHT, Auctioneer feb .8-dtf PAKM FOR ?ALE -l OFFER FOR SiUJ% a my farm and country seat, situated on the Heights of Georgetown, adjoining the resldences of Mrs Barber, Mrs. Harnard, Mrs. Morton, Mrs. Boice, Messrs Llnthlcum, Adler and KISason, containing about 40 acres of land, improved with a frame dwelling, gardener's house, cow acd hone stables, etc. The very short distance from Georpetown and Washington make* it very weL adapted for a dairy farm and market garden. The high elevation" commands a beautiful and picturesque view of the Meiropolls and surround ing country, and Is In this, as well as In regard to health, unsurpassed. It will be sold en Ireor In lots to suit purchasers febw-eolmf HENRV gildemkister POR RENT OR SALE.?THAT LARGE JL commodious (brown-stone basement front) Iloure, with brick Stable and Servant's House at tached, situated on Indiana avenue, between 1st and 2d streets. The house is new and built to order. ) t can be rented with or without the Fur niture. Inquire of J NO. PURD* , No 550 Ptnn. avenue. marll-eo3i? TCOR SALE OR RENT.?THAT DES1RA A bit residence on F street, between 20th and Slat, for the last eight years occupied by the late J M. Chubb, Esq. Possession given lmmedi ately. Inquire of R1GGS A CO au l'J-eotf Farms for sale?intending to cultivate a larger farm, the subscriber will sell the farm In Alexandria county, Virginia, on which he has resided for the past seven year*. It contains 51 acres, and is situated near Bails x Roads, 3% miles from the Georgetown Aqueduct, and 6 milts from both Washington and Alexan dria. There are upon it a comfortable and well arranged dwelling house, conuinlng six rooms, with front and back covered porticos, the former by 12 feet; a kitchen ; a comfortable house for servants or farm hands; a large and convenient barn, wlfh stabling for si* horses and as many cows,and an ampleclstern (attached to the barn:) a root cellar under the barn, to hoid a,000 bushels of roots for market or stock feeding; Ice house; spring house; smoke house ; corn nouse; a stone market^toot house, and a store house. Also, a good dairy near the homestead door, from the never falling spring of which water Is obtained for all the requirements of the occupants. Tnere Is also cn the place an orchard of more than a thousand thrifty trees of different plantings, con sisting of the choicest varieties cf peaches, ap ples, pears, (dwarf and standard,) cherries and Julnces. At present fourteen acres are seeded own to wheat and rye; six In time thy, (yielding an aveiage of at least two tons per acre,) four in a market garden; four in clover; twelve ready to be put la corn and oats In the spring, and eleven In wood, of which there is an ample supply for all the purposes of the place. 'Ibis farm has been cultivated with care and Is very productive, no pains having been spared to render !t remuner ative, and to make It complete In all its appoint ments. For a dairy man and market garden farmer, or a nursery man, or for the country resi dence of a person doing business In either neigh boring city who prefers a plaee already in all respects highly Improved it is superior to any other now for sale. Also, THE BLADEN FARM, (60acres) situ ated within less than a quarter of a mile of the Columbia and Leesburg turnpikes, the former leading to Washington, and the latter to Alex andria This place la In the lmmeditte vicinity of Bailey's x Roads (In Alexandria county, Va.,1 and Is about six miles from both cities named above. 11 baa upon it an orchard of about 350 choice peach trees, most of them lately set out, a dwel ling-house that can be made comfortable for a former's family at small eoat, some stabling, and one of the finest springs In all this region of country. There is wood enough upon the tract for 1U necessities. There Is no better soli withla thirty mile* of Washington than that of this B a den plaee; nor any such plaee that can be ren dered remunerative at leea com by proper atten tion ; the land being la fine heart at (his time Fer terms, for either or both theee flums, which Will be made to suit the times, apply to l dec 20- W? D> wallxcu, star (Jjfltae. EVENING STAR. 01TX or THE BULL FIGHTS! Id looking over Dumas' Thousand and One Phantom ? a few evening* ?ince, we came acroea Ihe following description of a scene which would have made glaa the heart of anj lover of the exciting national pastime of old Spain. It seems that Father Polypus, while on a hunting excursion in India, had the good fortune to kill a wild boar. He, therefore, thought it would be the simplest thing in the world to shoot a tiger, a rhinoceros, or an ele phant Let us see how be succeeded : I once more resumed my march through the forest, desiring nothing better than to engarge in a struggle for life or death with all the monsters in the island I was consequently too eager to remark that I was gradually wan daring fr< m'the butting party. They had told me that the road went up for about two hour* in a.cent; and in less than an hour I found myself going down. Suddenly, at a distance of a few yards from ma, 1 heard a terrible bellowing. I turned u> the siie whence the noiee proceeded and there stood a buffalo Oh ! that was a fine piece of game for the sportsman Nevertheless, as my gun shook a little?I don't know?between my hands, I steadied it against a branch of the tree, and pulled the trigger. Scarcely had I den) so, when I saw two red flaming eyes coming to wards me, whilst the furious beaat tore up the roil with his muxile as a plough divides it into furrows I let go my second shot; but iastead of slackening his pace, my second aim seined to quicken it I had only time enough left to seize hold of a branch of the tree under which I was stand ing, and to swing myself to it: and then climb to the upper branches But when I got there I was far from being quit of my buffalo; for. not being alio to follow me up the tree, he very wisely betook himself to guard the trunk of it. During the first ten minutes, I said to him : You may go round and round, my man; I don't care a fig for you, depend upon it. But the next tea minutes I beg-in to see that it was a more serious matter than 1 at first imagined. When I had been i?er:hed thare an hour, I understood, by the quiet composure with which he paced round the tree, that he was resolved to continue to bo my keeper until he could became my executioner Occasionally he raised his head up, md looked at me with gory eyes, and bellowing iu a threatening manner ; then he would nibble the gr^ss that grew round the tree, a* if to say : You see, I have here all I require?grass to eat, the morning and evening dew to slake thirst; whilst you, as you are a carniverou^ animal, and unaccustomed to feed on verdure, you will be forced te come down from your shelter; and whenever you do, it will be all up with you. fortunately, Father Polypus is a daring blade, who is not likely to go to sleep in such an emergency. I said to myself: Polypus, my friend, the longer you wait the weaker you will beoome. Allow your buffalo an hoar to sheer eff, and if within that hour he is not not gone, why then we shall see. I looked at my watoh?it was 11 o'clock. Good, said I; at twelve o'clock we shall coiae to a reckoning As I had suspected, the buffalo instead of leaving the tree, continued to keep watch, raising his nose from time to time upward, and bellowing occasionally with all his might As lor me, every ten minutes I looked at my wutoh atid draub a eip vut uf B?y A f the fiftieth minute, I said to him: Mind my worthy friend, you have only ten minutes left; and if, in ten minutes mora, you have not taken yourself off, we will go away to gether. 13ut at the fifty-ninth minute, in stead of making off, he lay down, stretching his bead towards the foot of the tree, dilating bis nostrils and glancing at me with an angry look, which seemed to say : Oh, we bare yet time enough before us Don t be unea.*y. But 1 bad determined otherwise. At the sixtieth minhte, I swallowed all the rum i had left?a good pull, too I took my cutlass between my teeth, and, calculating the ground, contrived to fall just a yard buhind bis tail, which I seised with my left hand rs I bad seen the Spanish torreros do at Cadit and Kio Janeiro. Tnough the buffalo was very nimble, 1 was quite as much so, and when he started up i clung to his tail. He rolled himself over two cr three times, and as he did it, 1 rolled his tail as often round my left arm. Then, see ing that whilst I remained thus screwed to his hams, he could not spike me with hie horns, I began to recover from my alarm, whilst he kept bellowing with all his might? though in truth it was from anger that he did it Wait', wait! said I to him. So you bellow from anger, my friend, I will make you bellow directly with pain, that I will. Then, taking out my knife, I plunged it into his belly. Ah ! ihis time, indeed, I had hit him in his tender part, it appeared ; for he shot up like a careering horse, and sprang forward with so unexpected a sbock that my arm was near ly torn away j but I hsld hard. I let him go, i and slash ! sla*h ! I riddled him with stabs. That was a race I never wish you to run your selves, gentlemen ! It lasted a quarter of an hour, and I was carried six miles through the bushes, over brooks, marshes, and rivulet*; it was like being fastened to a locomotive en gine. And still I kept digging my cutlas into him. Oh, the wretch! oh the r%acal! oh the villain! Wait a bit, wait a bit! And now it was not fury ; it was rage?it was madness he felt. And away he scampered up to the top of a steep rock, and loapt over into the yawn ? jug t/ulf. Cut X hftd seen the trick, <md let go his tail at the time. I was left behind on th? peak, whilst he rolled down, dowD, to the bottom. . I looked over the rock, ard saw the buffalo lying dead in the gulf. As for me, I must not mince the matter, I was almost as bad: I was torn, broken, pounded, and covered witu blood ; but still none of my bones were bro I eot up as well as I could, cut off a branch to support me, and went towards a hrook which I perceived glimmering through the trees. Extraordinary Cbitter ?The following beats the Baton Kouge " fish dectded y . "Mr. Showman, what is that? That, my dear, is the Rinocerow. lie is cousing German or Dutch relative to the Unicorn He was born in the desert of bary Acne and fed on bamboo and missionaries. He is very cour ageous, and never leaves heme unless he moves in which case he goes somewhere else, unles? he is overtaken by the dark. He waa brought to this country much against his own will, which accounts for his low spirits when he is melancholy or dejected. He ia now very aged, although he has bean the youngest speci men of animated nature in the world. Pass on, my little dear, and allow the ladies to survey the wisdom of Providence a* displayed in the ring-tailed monkey, a hanimal that can stand '?ntrinp like a fellow critter, only its re verted." Virginia Central Railroad.?The Rich mond Dispatch, in noticing the progress of this road, states that after the firat of July next the citiea of Richmond, Petersburg, Washington and Baltimore will be within one day'a ride of the White Sulphur and Sw^et Springs The road will then put the visitor within a few houra' ride of hie destination by four o clock in the evening of the same day he leaves either of those cities. ry An Alabama paper suggeata the name off Oa?t Bird H Young (th* original Simon Suggs'; for Governor of that State. we^ THX WEEKLY STAB. This excellent Family u4 News Journal?coe - talalng a greater variety of latereettng raaAlag <kaa eaa be foua4 la aay other?U published oa Saturday morning Taa Coacbmaji wao Mabbiep ait Eapuor br's Daightbr?The New York Timoe of Saturday has the following in relation to tha late secret marriage between the daughter cf Mr. Boker, a wealthy merchant of that city, and hi* coachman: Young Dean, the luoky coachman, hu final ly agreed to give up hia wife for a time, and accept the pecuniary offer* of her frier,.in Yeaterday hu counsel received a tetter from Mr. Boker'a lawyer proposing that Dean should go into business in one of the Western citiei?capital being provided by Mr Boker ? and that he should ooneent to be asperated from hia wife for the period of aiz months, correspondence between them being allowed during that time. Dean ia willing to accept tbe proposition, and thaa the subject tadiapos ed of for the present. at leait. The Kev. Mr Hatfield, who performed the marriage ceremony, deacribea Mr. Dean aa of prepossessing appearance, gentlemanly ad dress, and with nothing about bin to shew that he waa of iriah origin but the slightest possible brogue. Mr De*n called at hlsnou*e on Tuesday, the 24th ef last February, and inquired if Mr Hatfield would, on the follow ing Saturday, tie the marriage knot for him Mr II absented. On Saturday Mr Dean pre sented himself and said hia intended bride, who was engigsd as servant in a gentleman's family close by, had been unable to perfect her arrangements, and it was neoeasary to postpone the marriage until the enauing Tues day To this Mr fl agreed, appointing the time of day for tbe bridal party to call. Tne? day came and the minister held himself in readiness to perform tbe ceremony, bat he waited and they did not appear. Toward eve ning, however, Dean'a friend came to the house, and told the servant that owing to the storm of the preceding day, the young lady had been unable to finish up her household duties, and aa she wanted to remain ia her place sometime longer ahe did act wish her marriage known, but they would come the ntxt day. Wednesday morning came the couple also, and their two witneaaea with them. Miss Bo ker was dresaed as became her assumed sta tion, not in ailk and hoops, nor sparkling with diamonds Mr. Dean was neatly attired, and acted like a well-bred gentleman Aa the day was muddy, and Mr H'a parlors had bat late ly been furnished with a new carpet, it was deemed prudent that the ceremony should be performod in the bisement, which waa a coty enough place, and the marriage took place At its conclusion Deau took froia hu purse a roll of bills, from which detaohing a V, be delicately passed it over politely, inquiring if that would satisfy the clergyman Mr n. bowed an affirmative, and the happy party left, Mr H remarking to hia wife taat the lady had the beat of that bargain. Hethoaght no more of the matter till hia attention waa oalled to it on Tuesday list from tbe statement in the papera, when he found that, inatea*, aa he bad supposed, of making a poor servant girl happy, ne had probably made ? wealthy family miserable Ai* It** por Tfuut Fancibbs ?We fnd tbe following in the Hartford Times, relative to the collar process of trout breellng : "During the patt winter Mr. ? C. Kellogg has succeeded, without much trouble, in breed ing trout in his cellar He placed m bos, with proper partitions, in hia cellar, and put tome sand, gravel uud atones in tbe bottom He then procured two trout, a male and female, and went through tbe procesa which has proved successful in Frat.ce, of preaaing tbe spawn from tbe female, and placing it in bia bi.x. lie then filled the bo* with Connecticut river w??ter, m4 kept ? waaJI >irMiD con stantly running through it This waa about *even weeks ago. He haaonw seventeen fine, lively young trout, from half an inch to an inch in length, and more in tbe process of hatching By holding the egga to the light, little fisb can be seen in them distinctly, a be old ones are kept in a tub. and are not al lowed to range among the small fry The little ones of a week old have all the eharao teristica of the old fish, and they will dart under a stone with great rapidity when the water is stirred up a little. Our popular Water W<>rks are constantly **vekoping new sources of comfort, not the least ol *>ttch ia that which fuinuhes a go*>d supply of tr? ^ fresh for the table, in the cellars of our ciu tens, at all seasons of the year " Kbsi-iratort Scrtac* or tbb Lvnes.? The number of air cells in tbe human lurgs amount to no less than sir hundred mil'lon*. According to Dr. Hales. the diameter of ea?h of these may be reckoned at tbe onehundr* 1. of an inch; while, acoording to tbe more re cent researches of Prof Weber, the diameters vary between the seventieth and two hnndreh of an inch Now estimating the internal sur face of a single cell as abaut equtl to that of a hollow globule of eternal diameter, thea Ly adopting tbe measurement of Hales, we fina that six hundred million such cells would pos sess, collectively, a sarfaoe of no less than one hundred and forty-five square yards; but by basing our calculations on the opinion!, re member, whioh the scientific word receives aa facta, wc arrive at the still more astounding conclusion, that the human lungs possess up wards of one hundred and sixty six square yards of respiratory surface, every siugle | point of whicn ia in constant and immediate contact with the atmosphere inspired It will be useful, then, to imprint on tbe memory that, whether we breathe pure or putrid air, the air inspired is ever in immediate contact with an extent of vital surface ample enough for tbe erection of two or three large houses. |y A work published at Macao, China, gives the following information for the benefit of tea drinkers ?" On arriving at my quar ters, I thought that a cup of young bys^n would prove refreshing, feeling certain that, in this at least, 1 should meet with nothinr to surprise me, imagine my astonishment when I observed that the " favorite leaf the China man was about to infuse looked quite differ ent to any I had ever seen, it being, in color, a dull olive, having none ef the usual bloom on its surface. I remarked on its appearance, when my attendant quietly said that they never used painted.tea in China, but as the foreigners pay a better price for it when tbe lea vea are made of one uniform color, they of course had no objection to cover them with powders. On drinking the infusion made from the pure leaf, I at once determined to become a convert to this fashion, leaving the "ther Chinese cu3t:>ms for future consideration. tun Single copy, ptt annum...., fl? Flvu copiee... Tea copiee. .. Twenty copies ID" Casb. i TO CLUBS. ?5 H 0 <? .11 t*>