Newspaper of Evening Star, May 30, 1857, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated May 30, 1857 Page 1
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VOL. IX. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1857. NO. 1,362. ** THE EVENING STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) AT THE STAR BUILDINGS, r#iMf a.f Pinnsylrant* avenue, and lit* Itml, Br W. D. WALLACE, and it aerved to anhecnbera by oarnera at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS. payable weekly to the Aim'i ; papera served in packages at oeata per month. To mail aubaonbera the aubecnption pnoe la THRtK DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year m adwanrt, TWO DOLLARS for aut montha.and ONE DOLLAR for three monthe;for leea than three months at the rate of 13H oents a week. JET SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. THE FISHERMAN. ~ Fearlea# let him be whoee trust is in God " It was a* palm an evening as erer came from heaven; the skv and the earth were as tranquil ad if no storm from the one had ever disturbed the repose of the other; and even the ocean? that great highway of the world?lay as gentle as if its bosom had never betrayea?as if no traveller had ever sunk to death in its embrace The sun had gonedown. and the pensive twilight would have reigned over nature, bat for the moon, which rose in her fall-orbed beauty, the ?jueen of an illimitable world, to smile upon the goodly things of ours, and to give a radiance and a glory to ail she shone upon. It was an hoar and a scene that led the soul to the con templation ot Him who never ceases to watch over the works he had made, and whose protec ting care displays itself alike upon the solid laud and the trackless wastes or the deceitful #ea. On such an evening, a group was assembled arounl one of the fishermen's cottages. The habitation was built in the true spirit of the olden tune, when comfort was the principal ob ject of the proprietor. At either side of the door was scattered the lines, and nets, and bas kets. that betokened the calling of the owner, and the fisherman was taking his farewell for the night of his happy, loving family, who were bidding him *? God speed" on his voyage. A fin* old man was leaning his arms on the rail ing. and talking to an interesting girl, whose hand lay on the shoulder of a younger sister. The stout fisherman, dressed in his rough jerkin, and large boots, that reached far above the knees, was in the act of kissing a little cherub, who seemed half terrified at being elevated so high as his father's lips; while the wife and mother, with her infant nursling on her lap. was looking anxiously upon her husband as she breathed the parting blessing and the prayer for his safe return. A little noy, the miniature of his father in countenance and in dress, bear ing a huge boat-cloak across his shoulders, and the lantern that was to give light when the moon departed, completed the group, it we ex cept a noble Newfoundland dog. some steps in advance of the party, watching for the nod to commence his marrh for a kind of pier where the fisherman and hi? boy were to embark. " Good luck, good luck.*' exclaimed the old man; "good luck and safa home again, John; ye want naught more than God's blessing, and that ye may have for asking; but ye mav as well take mine too?God bless ye. and good bve to v?." l*he blessing was heartlv echoed bv his kind pnrtner and his children, and whistling .is he w?nt. with his boat-hook on his shoulder, his dog Neptune before, and his boy, following, he trudged along to the beach. With the earliest dawn of morning the fisher man s family were astir: the little girl was bus ily arranging their little parlor, while the younger was preparing their breakfast table, and the mother was spreading before the fire the oloths of her husband and her boy. An hoar passed. and she grew somewhat uneasy that he had remained abroad beyond the usual period of his return. Another hour had elap sed. when ?be said to her father, "Father, go oat to the hillock, and try to see his sail on the water; he seldom stay9 out so long when the ?ee is calm and the weather fair; my little boy. too, was not auite well last night, and this alone should hare hastened him home." The old man went forth, and one by one his grandchildren followed him. until the mother was left alone, rocking the cradle of her uncon scious babe. After the lapse of another hour, her daaghter entered, with uews that a neigh bor bad spoken to her father in the night, and that he certainly would be home soon '? God grant it ?' said she. and she spoke in a tone of deep anxiety. 41 Ho never was so long away but once, and that was when he saved the crew of the ship Mary, and then the whirl of the sinking vessel had well- nigh mide his grave" Again she stirred the fire, again arranged the clothes before it and tK>ured some hot water into the tea cups Still tne breakfast remain ed untouched The sun was now soaring to his meridian height, when on?e more the family assembled in their humble dwelling,?the prop of the whole was yet wanting They ?at down to a cheerless meal, the seats at either side of the wife remained vacant. The old man was the only individual who appeared to anticipate no evil, bat he hastily finished his breakfast, and went forth. The noon was rapidly passing, and the sun had already given token of the glory of his de parture. when the fisherman s wife, having lolled her infant to sleep, went herself to the hill that commanded an extensive view of the wi le spread ocean. All the little household soon assembled on the spot, but no boat was wen upon the waters?nothing that could give hope except the aspeet of the waves, which looked too placid to be dangerous. Their deep dread was no longer concealed ; and while the old man passed to and fro, look ing earnestly at brief intervals over the lonely sea, the mother and daughtor were sobbing audibly. " Fearless let him be. whose trust is in his God!" exclaimed the father. The sentence wad uttered involuntarily, but had its effect. *' Ah." sai 1 the mother, " he always trusted in God. and God will not forsake him now." " Do you remember. Jane," continued the old man, " bow often Providence was with me, amid the storm and the wreck, when help from loan was far ofl. an l would have been useless if near'" And they cheered and encouraged each other to hope for the best, but to submit to the decree of Heaven, whether it came as tho gentle dew to nourish, or a* the heavy rain to oppress. From that hillock, which overlooked the ocean, amended their mingled prayers that God would not leave them desolate. The fisherman?the object of their hopes and fears?had been very successful dnring the night, when, at daybreak, as he was preparing to return home, he remembered his promise to bring with him some sea-weed to manure the potato plot behind his cottage He was then close to rocks which were only diacernable at low water ; he pulled for thern. jumped ashore, fastened the nainter to the jutting part of a cliff, and took his boat-hook with him. He colleeted a sufficient auantity of the weed. bat. in his eagerness to ootain it, had wanderad from the landing place, when* he heard his boj halloing and exclaiming that the painter was loose. Ho rushed instantly toward the boat, which whs then several yards off; the boy was vainly en deavoring to use both oars, and Neptune, the -faithful dog. was running backward and for ward, howling fearfully, as if conscious of his master's danger?at one moment about to plunge into the waves to join him. and the next licking the face and bands of the child; as if he s*w that for him his protection was mo9t needed. The fisherman perceived at once the desper ate nature ot bis situation ; the tide was coming in rapidly, and his hope of escape was at an end, when he perceive-l that his boy. in his ef fort to use the oars, had let one of them fall overboard. Father, father." exclaimed the poor lad, " what shall I do ?" The boat was at this mo ment so far distant that his distracted lather could scarcely hear the words, but he called out to him as loud as he could to trust in God, father of the fatherless He then stood re ginned to the fate which awaited him, and watched the drifting boat that bore the child in teril from the fatal rocks He had offered up a rief prayer to the throne of mercy, when in an inatant light broke upon his mind, "Good God'" he exclaimed, " I may yet be saved?" With the energy of hope battling with despair he collected all the stones around him. and heaped thers rapidly upon the highest ledge of the rocks; It was indeed wonderful how he could have gathered so many in so short a time, but the Almighty gave strength to bis arms and h? laboring not for life merely, but for beings still dearer to him The tide came on. on. on, and soon obliged him to abandon his work. He then mounted the pile he had heaped, planted the boat-hook firmly in one of the crevices of the cliff, and prepared to ftrng jS'.e for exiiteiioe, but his heart failed him when he considered how slight was the possibil lty that the w.teri would not rise above his bead. Still he determined to do all he oould to preserve life The waves were not rough, and the boat-hook supported him. The awful moment ranidly approached; the water had reached his knees ; but he stood firmly and prayed that he might be preserved. f JD.'. iaiUand but more fearfully than if it had raged around its des med prey; soon it reached his waist, and he then prayed that it might eo no higher. On. on, on. it came, and his shoulders were covered hope died within him. and he thought of him self no longer but of those who were so dear to him his wife, his children and his father? it was for blessings on them that he then im plored Heaven Still, on, on on it came, and he was forced to raise his head to keep as long as possible trom death ; his reason was almost gone ; his breath grew feeble, his limbs chill; he panted, and his prayers became almost gurgling mur muw. The blood rushed to his head ; his eyo balls glared as if they would start from their Jk* r hls e^es with an effort, and thought for the last time on the home that would soon be so wretches!. Horrible image* him each swell of the sea seemed | as if the fiends were forcing him downwards, and the cry of the sea-bird was liko the veil over their victim. He was gasping, choking, for he had not strength to keep his head above the waves, every moment they were plashing upon him. aud each convulsive start that followed only aroused him to the consciousness, if con sciousness it could be called, that the next plunge would be bis last. Merciful powers! at that very moment, when : the strength and spirit ?f man had left him, and the cold shudder of death had come on, he i felt that the tide rose no higher. His eyes { opened, closed and a fearful laugh troubled ?k! I 7 ,eddie(1, in throat, and (the bubbles floated around his lips; but they rose no higher; that he knew; again and again was heaved a deep sob. as he drew in his breath, and gave it forth a new agony. A minute had passed since the salt sea had touched his lips; this was impossible if the tide still flowed; he could reason so much. IIo opened his eyes, and faintly murmured forth, ?? O God be merciful!? The flow of the ocean nad in ceased ; there he still stood, motionless; but praying and weeping?thinking of his beloved home, and hoping that his place there might not bo forever vacant. The waters in a short tune subsided, and he was enabled to stretch his chill limbs, and then to warm them by ex ercise. Soon the rock was left dry, and the fisherman knelt down upon that desolate spot I am<>ng the billows, and hid his face in his hands , and praised and blessed his Creator?bis Pre server ! : O ! it is the well known bark of his faithful dog that he heard above the waves ; in another moment the creature was licking his pale cheek JIe>w*9 8?veJ?he was saved?for his own boat had touched the shore, and his own boy was in bis arms. He had been drifted to the land, and had easily found those who had rowed hard tor the chance of saving his father'* life. -Now homeward, homeward !"? he exclaim u* " ,reward, homeward"' echoed the i child, and Neptune juin|>e<I and barked at the welcome sound. | j The fisherman's family were still supplicating Providence upon the hillock that overlooked the deep, when the old man started from his knees, and exclaimed. '? we are hoard' there is a speok upon the distant waters " ? Whore, where ?" was echoed by the group ? and he pointed out to what he hoped to be the absent boat They eagerly strained their eve* but could see nothing; in a few minutes, how a" perceived a sail; still it was impossi ble to t?. 1 the direction in which it? course lav ? Then wsls the agony of suspense , it Continued ' however, but a short time. a boat was evident ly advancing toward the shore ; in a few mo tuenta they could clearly perceive a man at the bow waving his hat above his head, and soon the well known baik of Neptune was borne to them by the breeze The family rushed to the extremity of the rude pier, the loud huzza of the fisherman wa? answered by the * welcome, welcome of his father, ar.d the almost inartic- I ulate '? thank God of his wife And now all was joy and happine** in the cottage where there had been so much wretch edness ; the fisherman, his bov and his do* were safe from the perils of the great deep; but he would return no answer to the many Ques tions as to what had detained him so long be yond the usual hour of his return. " Wait my wife said he. '? until we have dressed and re freshed ourselves, and you shall know all; but before we do cither, let us bless God for his mercy for out of great danger hath He pre served me." ' Never was there a more sincere or a more earnest prayer offered up to the Giver of all goodneas, than ascended from that humble dwelling. And they repeated the words which had given so much consolation in the morning God'" let h'm be wbose trust '8 iu his Moral Character ok tiik Fixxs, as de enhed by Bayard Taylor:-- So far as regards their moral character, the Finns have as little cause tor reproach as any other peoplo. We find them as universally honest and honorable in their dealiugs as the Northern Swedes, who I *re opt surpassed in the world, in this respect. I let their countenances express more cunning and reserve, and the virtue may be partly i negative one, resulting from that indolence which characterizes the Frigid and the Torid , roues. Tnus, also, notwithstanding physical ! signs which denote more ardent animal passion than their neighbors, they are equally chaste, una have as high a standard of sexual purity ; Illegitimate births are quite rare, and are looked upon as a lasting shame and disgrace to both parties. The. practice of '? bundling"' which, until recently, was very common among Finnish lover-, very seldom led to such results and their marriage speedilv removed the dis honor. Their manners, socially, in this respect are curiously contradictorv. Thus, while both sexes Ireely mingle in the bath, in a state of nature, while the women unhesitatingly scrub, rub and dry their husbands, brothers or male tnends. while the salutation for both sexes is an embrace with the right arm. a kiss is consid ered grossly immodest and improper. A Fin nish woman expressed the greatest astonish ment and horror, at hearing from Mr. Wolley j that it was a verv common thing in England for husband and wife to kisfl each other. *4 If mv husband were to attempt such a thing," said ?he, ?? I would beat him about the ears so that he should feel it tor a week." Vet in conver sation they are very plain and unreserved, though by no means gross. They acknowledge that such things as generation, gestation and parturition exist, and it may be that this very absence of mystery tends to keep chaste so ex citable and imaginative a race. How tiiit Bear Caveto have a Short Tail A .Norwegian fable satinfa tarily accouuta for Hi- short tail of the bear. The bear, it seem , w.ts oiicc met by a fox who carried a load of flsi,* and who. in answer to the question how he hail obtained then, replied that he had ciught them bv angling The Var expressed a desire to know an art so useful; when the fox informed hiui that he had only to make a hole in the he and insert J* J > I, IUUSt s,t0f> e"?"gh, and not mind if it hurt you a little, " ,a:d the friendly adviser, - for a negation of pai? l? a sure *)lf? ? you have a bite. Nevertheless when you have a strong bite, be sure you pull out." The credulous bear followed the instructions and kept his tail in ! the hole till it was frozen fast. When he pulled the eud of the tail came off; and hence the short ness of the appendage at the present day Frit ter's Magazine. irjr A letter from Munich, published in the Augsburg Gazette, in speaking of the poisoned bread at Ilonjj Kong, says : "Professor i.lebig has analysed the bread sent to him from Houg Kong, and has found it to con tain a quarter gramme of arsenic for every IIfly Jrammes of bread, or more than snt&cient to cause eath. The arsenic wan spread over the whole surface of the bread, which proved that the poi son had been mixed up with the dough when the . bread was made OFFICIAL. " Thkabcrt Departmb>t. March 12,1857. Notice is hereby giyti'to holder* of stock of the wins of the United Stai?q, that this department will purchase the same unti't'the 1st day of June next, uniess the sum of $1,5<>0,onA shall be previously ob tained, and will pay, in addition to the interest ac crued from the date of the last semi-annual dividend of interest thereon, together with one day's addi tional interest for the money to reach the vender, the following rates of premium on said stocks: For the stook of 1842, a premium of 10 per oent. For the stock of 1347 and 1848, a premium of 16 per cent.; and for the stock of 1850, commonly oalled Texas Indemnity Stook, a premium of6 per cent. Certificates of stock transmuted to the depart ments, under tins notice, must he assigned to the United States, by the party duly entitled to receive the prooeeds. Payment for the stocks so assigned and transmit ted will be made by drafts on the Assistant Treas urers at Boston, New York, or Philadelphia, at the option of the parties entitled to receive the money, which should be expressed in the letters accompa nying the certificates. HOWELL COBB, mar 13-dt 1st June Secretary of the Treasury. PROPOSALS FOR STATIONERY. Dbpartmfnt or thk Interior, May 23,1W7. Skalkd proposal* for furnishing such *tationer? as may be required by this department during th< tiscal year ending June 3\ 185J, will be received until 12 o clock in., on the 3>th day of Jun* next. Those unaccompanied by satisfactory testimonials of abili ty to fulfil the contract will not l>e considered, and oontracts will only be awarded to established nianu facturers of or dealers in the articles. All the articjes required must lie of the very liest quality of their kind, and in no case inferior to the sampies which will lie exhibited at the department. Each proposal must bo signed bv the individual or firm making it, and must specify but one price for each and every article contained in the schedule All the articles furnished must bo equal in all re spects to the samples, and must be delivered without delay when ordered to the satisfaction of the head of the office for which they are required, and a failure to do so wdl be deemed cause for the abrogation of the contract. The department reserves the ri?ht of ordering a greater or less quantity of each artide contracted for, as the public service may require. Articles not named in the contract to be furnished at the option of the departmint at the lowest market prices. Bonds with approved security must be riven by the person or persons contracting; and in the event of the refusal or neglect of the contractor to furnish any article or artioes named m the contract, upon the order of the department or any of its bureaux, the same may be purchased in op^n market; and the dif ference between the price paid therefor and the con tract price shall !>e charged to the contractor and de ducted in the settlement of his account for the quar ter during which such refusal or neglect ma* occur. 'I he subjoined list specifies as nearly as win now t?e done the amount. quality, and description of each of the kinds of articles required : Item. ('In:%% 1.? Paper. 1. Si reams folio post, heavy, *afin or plain-fin ish?v1. ruled and trimmed, per ream 2. 10 reams folio post, light, plain, unruled, for of ficial seal, per ream 3. 3W reams cap. white or bine, ruled w:de, me (lium or close, and trimmed, per ream 4. 4'> reams consular cap, white or blue, trimmed and ruled, per ream 5. 10 renin* legal cap, white or blue, trimmed and i ulod, per ream 6. reams quarto post, w'lito or blue, ruled va rious widths, per ream 7. HO reams quarto post, extra superfine, thick cr?tnm-laid, ruled, per ream 8. 25reams white vellum note paper, highly glazed, hard calendered, lined an;f gilt, per ream ft. 15reams Alhambra laid note paper, gilt edged. lined, per ream 1?. 10 reams butTnote paper, lined, per ream 11. 15 reams flat cap, white or blue, unruled, per ream r 12. 75 reams envelope, yellow fir buff, roval, per ream r 13. 17" reams large brown envelope, per ream 14. 35 reams pink blotting, per ream 15. 4<>dozen sheets patent blotting, perdozen sheets 16. 12 sheets drawing paper.antiquarian, per sheet 17. \2 sheets drawing paper, double elephant, per sheet r 18. 25 sheets drawing paper, elephant, per sheet 1?. 75 sheets drawing paper, royal, per sheet 3?. 2uu sheets tracing paper, French, large Size, per sheet 21. S?i >ird* tracmif cambric, per vard 22. binders' l?>ard*, fi\, by |i*?4 inches, per C. Item. Via<? Xo.2.? Enrelop?s. J. 4l>i.orio adhesive envelopes, white. \eil<?w, or bull, heavy. by inches, per M V>. adhesive oii\e:<;p,.B. while. heart. K ?? |.\ 5 inches, per M 3. Su.Ouu adhesive envelopes, white or >cllow. hen v>, letter. 0 bv per M 4. 5.UU adhesive envelopes, card, per M 5. 8/asj adhesive envelopes, note, per M. Item. Clnti A'o. 3.? /???<. 1. luO dozen cards Perr\ s pen*, mid of of her man Ufa -Hirers, assorted, perdozen cards i 2. Lux gross Perry's, U,ll,, rt *?, or other good me tallic pens, per gro?s i S. 6,000 quills, No.au, per M 4. 33 dozen gold pens, silver rases, nnd pencils, hest quality, per dozen 5. !t>dozen gold pjus, without cases, best quaiitt, perdozen. Item. *'lasg Xo. 4.?Pfnril*. 1. 14 dozen ivorv ever-pointed pencils, large or small, with leads, per dozen ?.42r> dozen I'aber's. or other good No. 1 to 4, or graduated, perdozen 3. 25 cases Faber's, Ac., polyjrrades, graduated, per case ? ^ a^wr'?, Ac., red and blue pencils, per 5. 44 gross leads, l>est quality, assorted, per gross. Item45 iVo*5?Inkstand?, Wafers, and Waz. 1. 13 dozen Draper's large or small inkstands, per dozen r 2. 8 dozen cast-iron double or single inkstands, per dozen r 3. 20u dozen Maynard it Noyes ink, quarts, per dozen 4. 86dozen Maynard & Noyes mk, pints, perdozen 25 dozen copying mk. quarts, per dozen ?? 5d',zen (jest blue ink. quarts, per dozen I* ?,L ??e ,?8t P/eueh carmine mk.oz., perdozen 8. 1(16 M Heal wafers, best quality, red, No. 3, for oflice seal, por M P. 100 pounds l?est red wafers, common size, per pound y 10. 200 pounds best extra super scarlet sealing wax. per pound. r/asj No. 6.?Cutlery and Miscellaneous Article*. Item. 1. 40 dozen Rodgers'sor other knives, four blades, buck or pfvtrl Kamile, perdozevj 2. 15 dozen [tollers'* ivory-handle eraser?, per dozen r 8. 10 dozen Rodgcrs's spring erasers, ivorv han dles, por dozen 4. 6 dozen ivory wafer stamps, per dozen 5. 4 dozen office shears, extra, per dozen t>. 4 dozen office scissors, per dozen 7. 1011 dozen silk taste, in ha'iks, per dozen 8. 9t? dozen red tape, assorted, per dozen 9. 5 dozen paper weights, assorted, perdozen 10. 3n pounds u rip re pi red India rubber, per pound 11. 5pounds prepared India rubber, per pound IV. lui quarts best black sand, per quart 13. JO pounds pounce, per pound 14. 1 dozen best Chinese India ink, per dozen 15. 2dozen camels'hair pencils, assorted, per dozen 16. 2dozen saMe pencils, assorted, perdozen 17. 4 dozen Osliorne's or Newinau sliest water col ors, per dozen 18. 3un pounds linen twine, per pound 1!*. 12 dozen mahogany rulers, round or flat, Si in ches long,per dozen 20. C dozen lignumvifip ruiers, round or flat, t) in ches lone,perdozen 21. 20 pounds best quality sponge, per pound 22. 40 pounds gum arable. per pound 23. 10 dozen mucilage, large-size glass jars, with brush and metallic tops, por dozen 24. 10 dozen mucilage in earthen or glass jars, with out brush or tops, per dozen 25. 120 dozen pen-holders, assorted, per dozen 26. 6 dozen wafer stands or f>oxes, cocoa, per dozen 27. 6 dozen sand boxes, per dozen 2H. 12dozen strong 9-inch ivory folders, per dozen, may 29 dtJune30 Dl' FONT'S GUNPOWDER. I &>?i?Ul times supplied with all the various kinds oi DL I ON I S GUNPOWDER, and ain prepared to supply the same many quantity to parties wanting, on the most favorable terms. ? W. ALBERT KING, Agent for the District of Columbia, . , No. 35 High street, may 12-tf (Intel.A States I Georgetown, 1). C. M AY PARTIES AND BALLS. ICE CREAM and WATER ICES of the Kent quality and of all flavors furnished to ,\|*y Parties r.xcursionists, I'ic Nics, Hotels, and Families, at the low prioe of 31.50 par gallon. Also, a Krent variety of PLAIN and FANCY ..'.rJTiVr.t'F. found constantly on nt the I HI LA DLL I HI A STORK, corner of 12th and F streets. may 2-1 m * JOSEPH GA WLER,CA BI \ ET MAKER AN D *f L nmjktakkk.?Ready made Cof hns constantly 00 hand. Funerals *t-{^ tended to, and interments procured in the different Cemeteries. Furniture of every de scription made to order. Old Furniture Repaired niui \ armstied. W are 182 Peoi?.avenue, i>e? tween 17th and 18th streets. mar 23~3m C<ELLL|NG OFF ^7 , R,CH BAREGE ROBES at greatly reduced prices. ^ ? ... FRANCK A. McGEE, may 2Q-eo2w 244 Pa. av.. Ut. l?th add 13th sts. PIANOS FOR RENT AT JOHN F.ELLIS'S ttth mwl loth sts. ma? 7 PERFL\MERY AND TOILET GOODS at n*> 28 MCLAUGHLIN'S. P(,RTE MONIES AND CARD CASES at ~ mRT ? McLAUQHLIN'S. TOYS-THE LARGEST AND CHEAPEST stock in the city at ?nay 28-3t LAMMOND'S, F FOR REKT AND SALE. ^ Vst' AS?\ ?,\l,?00|i'l K,KAI' J'TATK Ai. EXTS. ~i.- ?'* s?v#nt,h "treet, below E street, have for wile a number of Building Lots 24 feet front by !3i leeiueep, at the very low price of from $75 to SI23 month 'n 81 rnouth!y instalments of *3 per ^Ih?".wiLoV8.?re/,tua,ed af Union Town, on the ?\ ",e Ariaoostiariver, adjoining the Na yy-yaru Kndge, and are in every way desirable for P?r*7"" wish"'^ a cheap, pleasant, and healthy I oca tion lor a dwelling. ? i.L0,t"h0,dr8 10 ""earl are requested to complete their purchase, and get th-sr deeds: the title to these Lots is guaranteed frae ind clear from every possible incumbrance. may 25-Sin F'ii'X-V*\^ HOOK, Reai. Estate Agent*. * ?t? 7,,Seventh "treet above D street, have for sale cheap I.#* acres of LAND, well unproved, situated Let str?et,two miles froni the Centre Mar Also, nearly opposite, 2no acres very highly im prove,! with modem buildings. fn?n tV.i^???Cre8 (Ii u''miP-<>yed LAND, seven miles Irom the oit> on the (Seventh-street road. ?V??'ir 6T?raJ desirable Lots of 5 to 15 acres each, ; oua-half mile from the city. KAR^'- Wlt^> first-class improvements in l rince W illiam county. Virginia, containing 3+5 acres ; one of 7>? acres, one of l^? acres, and one of

140acres, together with a numtarof FARMS and unimproved Lands in tie; adjoining counties. A so, a largo variety of House* and Building Lots in nil parts of the city, some of which will be sold very low. Capitalists, Trustees. Widows, and others, hav ">K,"'VU?y thev wish safely and profitably to invest will find at trieir office Trust notes and other un doubted securities, which can bo purchased, so as to realize a clear interest of from 12 to 2n per cent, oer annum. Persons having Farms, Houses, or other property they wish to sell, exchange, or obtain l.?ns upon, or unimproved Land or Building Lots they wish to real ize an mcume from, will find it advantageous to con suit with them, as having an extensive acquaint RHC6 ftn<l ft long, Act 1V8 and hucccssIuI fxperionco as dealers in Real Estate, they flatter them*e!ve* that anrbuiinesH fhey mav reoomrnond or coriBummate, will prove alige satisfactory to their employers and creditable to themselves. luav 25-2w FVf1 * new and desira ble BRICK DW ELLLNG, on south side of ??r.,h. ,L cd i1/1 west, and a com fortable F RAM K DW ELLING. No. 451, on north side of north K street, between fith and 7th west Also, the square of GROUND No. IH8. containing 84.471 feet, at 3 cts. per fwot. Apply at No. 5127th street. may 19-tf POLLARD WEBB. Agent. r^OR SALE?-At a liaream. and on vcrv ensv terms, a II ACT OF LAND, suitable for a dairy farm, or other purposes, and within 3 miles of W ashington city. For particulars apply at No. 512 (2d story)7th street. may 16 tf POLLARD WEBB. I " P*16 HOI SE on (> street, l>etweeii 19th and2<?in ?ireets. f irst Ward, formerly occu pied by Lieut. Harrison. It is nearly new. well fin ished, and has ail the modern improvements, witfi Carriage-house and Stable, servant's room aUve. Applv to \\ M. BROW \. next dor.i . may IS-Tf SA LL. My R LSI DENCE on the ooraei of II ri rew J?rsey avenue and C stree* south, Capitol Hul. frontnu on the avenue 162 feet 1 inches, and on L street south 2*i6 feet 11 inches, and containing nearly S?.'?i square feet. "?*J Mf W'. F. I'M If.MI'S. fTO.R * J*r*n.,n- * "fw and desirable I Brick bU El.LING Hof SE. together with a Lot adjoining it on the south, and richly set with shrubbery . fruit trees, vines, flowers. Ac., situated on the northeast corner of4th street west and M st. north, arid 111 a rapidly improving part of the city. The view is commanding, and has nuul<? :h# location very desirable. Price, $2.3"-': one-third in cash, the balance in two yf-ars with interest. Also for sale, a large and convenient Brick Dwell ing, No. 4?7. and situated on the west sideoflOth street, Imtween E and F streets north. Applv at No 512 <2d story) 7th street. POLL \ K 1) WEBB, r> tf R.-hI K.tate Agent. i pViiMV-vV.1 KKNT.-T.IE DESIRABLE ? K ESI DL.NCK on the corner of Fund 21st sfs.. toget.ier with the Grounds surrounding it. The House contains sixteen rooms, has gas throughout | and furnace. The stable will be sold or rented with the house if desired. The lot the house stands on is W hy 136 feet, but the purchaser can have more land if desired. Also, for Sale?The LOT OF GROFNDonthe corner of f and 19th streets, and LOTS on Mith near ?? street. Apply to CHLBB BROTHERS. ' ? ap 8 tf 4 VALL'ALE FARM Fo R s VI. E-VZK acres ?J K?J?d FARMING I.A.N D, situated in the County (d Fauquier. Virginia, on the Alexandria and Orange Railroad. a few yards from Warren I..n Junction; within nine miles by Ra.noad fr..m the < 5\'tat. and only two hours fnv.-l fV-rn the L i hi i. } ?nd Alexandria. Trie I V.rtnio in a high state ..f cultivation, and is abundantly sup plied with water and timber, and has much excellent meadow land. Churches, .Mills, and <o.M| i.eighbors within a short distance. For further information apply to james morrow or to the .subscriber at * iOW, Km.. . ii 'be u e, his Broker's Othce, uear ton < it>. Brown's Hotel, W a.s!ungt< mar 24 ROHKR T MOR ROW. KARM I" OR SALE?A FARM, containing Id" I acres, of land, more or less, sit uated immediately upon the W aslungtonand Brookville Turnpike.al,out 12miles from Washington,ti?gether with stock, con sisting of 2u head of Hogs. Cows. Heifers. Horses. y\ aeon. Hay. Carriano, Harness. Plows. Ilanows and Farming I'tensils generally, tho Crop m the ground. Straw. Hay. 4c. It is well watered, having a spring in every field. An unfailing str<am of water runs through the premises. There is a good frame dwelling-house and out-houses neeessn.-y to farm ing purposes. There is also an Orchard on the place, about one third of the land is 111 timber, oak, hickory, At c. For further information inquire of BENJAMIN BOHR ER. ooruer wf Beall and Montgomery tits ? GEO. W. BOIIRER, cor. of High and Gay streets; Georgetown, D. C., or of Mr. HARP, onthepretn ises. > j?. ap 2M t( l^EW GOODS JL'ST RECEIVED. The sulwcriber has just received the following fresh assortment of Goods : Layer Raisins, fresh soft-shell Almonds, Nantz Currants. Schiedam Schnapps in squsre quart flasks and stone ju^s; Brandies. Wines, and l.iquors. of superior qualities, assorted flavorings ; Yeast Pow ders; Sperm, Adamantine, and Tallow Candles: Hrown Soaps. Macearonis, Vermacclli, scented Sf'aps ; Scotch, M?oals>y, American Gentleman. French Rappee, and Mrs. Miller's Snuffs ; Corn Starch. Olive Oil, Carroway Seed. Riot. Ginger, jMigush Mustard. Am?ricsn do.; Pepper Sauce Spanish Segars, ToUtoco. Scotch Ales,Brown Stout! Spices, Ac., wholesale aud retail, cheap for wish, or approved city paper. JONAS P. LEVY, i>S7 Pennsylvania avenue, opposite ap 30-tf National Hotel. STOCK IN THE OLD DOMINION CO VI COMPANY. KAN.WVA COl'NTY, VA. SubseriptipiiB will be received at the Banking House of Chubb Brothers, for the remaining stock of the alsive oompany. Isjmg three hundred siiares. rn? capital stock is fSflW.rtsi (dollars.) of which #70,01 so jias l?eeii subscribed. The mines are now prepared for active operations, and 6 per cent in terest will be guaranteed upon the stock now offered for sale, by the original stockholders, for the period of two years. Particulars in regard tothe stock.and its prospects BROTHERS *0 nP?U &Pl'llc'lt,u,1 to CHUBB *?" * ^ P- P. DANDRIDGE. Agent. XIO.M E-.M A l)E CARRIAGES. fi.,??\Veijavel,nrhao<,i "four own manufacture, a hneassortment of ail kinds of CARRI ^Su.f the very best. latest, and most0^3 approved styles, and warranted in point "i w niateria!, to be equal to any made L'n.rLf 4rjfl. vv'"g l ?,rany ?V,er c,f> 1,1 fhe 6 I We respectfully solicit a call from lr??i i ?"nd strangers to examine our work ; as auRhtv f.r ?^Lned ! |pt"one surpass us either in 1u"V,l>.0i work or in low prices. mar,bfc?u ever> k.'?? of REPAIRING inawork ?ii I e ""nner, and at reasonable puces, at *^'r,^arr,aK?? taken in part payment tor new and maVl2 6,ne' * FI'VNN 4 CO. WEDDING PRESENTS, WATCHES. Jewe"rv,ljli?n to R !ar(ice ??>ortment ^of Watches, of lanew' reoe'v?<l. *? "Iter * rreat variety otbe. presentlrWHre' *?" ?u't?l>le lor w,Kld.nr an5 uuiy 22 ftr N* T k ,BRO- Jewellers, may s gt 324 Pa.ave.. liet.Wh and lnth sts. D. EICHLER, \v between ii. , ,> *'o. S E V E XTH STREET, ?Virxi .n.v( E streets, west side, PR AC- fcv on hiuid. i CHMAKER, keeps oonstautly I ll'l? assortment of W ATCHES andAQg - '''r.* . ap In 6m* 11V IT VNM J! J! A 1ior ???'? the kvmiiiim ? i .^ 1 HOUSE, corner of West Falls iray 6-\y Uu,ck "treet, Baltimore, Md. \f antitei.s, ~ man,,fact uM!1" A *lFA V7TFVI. STYLE, ton S'Hii i> t fro,?' ,he ^'est Castle ed in f,ei"imel and deairahi. ii.oil V-IJ1' \V..A * ? ai"' ot',Pr rare peifeet th?i ?Y i? ! 1 !,e ,,n"ations are so ^'hware hi b L r't'i i? closest scrutiny, beaut* mueh Polished that they reUin their smoke i.,? 'ougcr tlian marble ; are i.ot injured by cheaoer g"' ?.r, ac"1",? ^.d can la, sold much fromP*U5 to *i2y ,ua,ket- P"ce ranging "u|Wer?, and others are invited tocal and examine samples at No. 512 Seventh street s ^n*,^lor ?ad Pel lows Hall, upstairs '5 ,ept 12~'y T. M. A ANSON, Agent. N J'lpjr E?I have a few of those cheap trt /?Li-i 1 <>n hand, which I wish^piirS 1()H|1'tI1 V1*1" ?a|l ?t cost. Also.JOs) wus^ "dot^'^LASS\VARE,thatQf ' fcbniW"n,tl"uvl ""lagSffcfevY^* Dentistry, &c. Dentistry. DR. STEPHEN BAILV, uyrtgK No. 198 Pennsylvania Avkxce, Three doors from Mr* Street. Dk. BAIIA begs leave to infnrmthepuhlicthat he can w ween nt Ail hours,at his nlfcoe, looAted as above. He feels assured that art experienoeof fifteeu years' practice, with the large number of patients,aiidgreat variety ol ditiicu.t oases that he has treated success fully. will enahie him to surmmut any difficulty, scientific or otherwise, relating to the Teeth. His own experience confirming the opinion ol many men eminent in the profusion, and especially Drs. Harris and J. and L. Family, has led him. Urn* since, todis card all tm-icurial preparations for filing Teeth, also all Lnaiite.g, Outta Perclia, India Rubber, and Ce ments for the construction of Continuous Gum leeth. and that Porcelian. mounted on i?old Plate, is the ?nly reliable substance that can be worn in the month, rus was most conclusively shown by the last American Dental Convention. Although lie Hatters himself from his long resi dent and practice in Washington, he is favorably known to his numerous friends and patrons, he bees leave to refer them to the following .. , TESTIMONIALS: r row the late Rector of the Church of Kpiphanj of ? _ this city. Dr. Stepiikn Baily : liearSir?I desire to express my esteem for you personally, and in* confidence in you as a superior dentist. The operations executed Tor me have been highly satisfactory . I hope that you may receive the patronage from my friends and the public that your skill sowed deserves. - ~ Your*very truly, W ashington, Aug. *5, iaa?.. J. \V. FRENCH. From one of the oldest firms in Baltimore, Messrs. ? Rom. Cotinan & Co. Hflvirg employed Dr. Stephen Baily, Surgeon Den tist. of A\ ashington city, to execute for me an im portant and difficult piece of w ?i k . whicn ne ilid to my entire satisfaction, nnd 111 view of the fact that one ?1 the most disiinguished meiutiersof the Dental College of Baltimore, failed, after repeated trials, to perform the same work satisfactorily, it gives me grent pleasure to express my entire confidence and niKii estimation <?f h 1 professions! ski!!. Baltimore. Jan. 12,1857. HARM ANN BOGGS. Extract from a note received from the late Hon. John M. Clayton. . .. . J*-S. Senate. Aug. 19,1S56. The teeth rou mr.Je for ine work admirably : noth lnz oould begetter. Very eratefnlly, JOHN* M. CLAYTON. To those that seek relief from the maladies of the teeth, I can cheerfully recommend Dr. S. Baily as a superior Dentist: he made a set of.porcehan teeth for one of my fnmilv.arid plugged several teeth for inj self. :?nd the work has n' I sto??! wji for more f han ten years. ROBERT T. NIXON, * ,'.h?? Va- Conf- ?r t',e M. K- Church South. April 19. lH5fi. W e, the undersigned, having hail occasion to avail ourselves ol the professional skill of Dr. S. Bany, burgeon Dentist of this cit>, or naving lieen cogniz ant ol nis operations ou our families or friends, take pleasure in . xpressing our admiration of h;s artistic ski... as well as of the uniformly satisfactory manner in which hf performs the most riHicate mid difficult operations in Dental Surgery,and we respectfully re commend him to rhe confidence and patronage of the pul.iic, of winch we consider hiin eminently worthy. I homas I \\ ai.tfr. Architect l". S. Capitol. ruoMAS Miller, M.D..of Washington, 1). C. M. D. of tietirgwtown. D. C. D-, of Washington. D. C. Jos. If. Hram.ev,ol Washington. D. C. 'jkorgk \\ altox. I!x-(iovemor of Florida. y\ alter Lenox. Ex-Mayor of Washington. Henry Haldwin, I . S. Patent Office, feb2*V?f :ght? Principal Rittenhouse Aoademy. |\R. VILLAR I), DENTIST, LATE OF CIlT ? ' CAOo. would reKpecrfii!l\ inform the cit izens <>f the D.str.ct and vicinity, that hav I in* locate himself in Washington, he is now prepared to perform all operations in ins profes sion, in the most approved sty le. Otftee. X?. 25<i, Penn. avenue, adjoining Gantier's. fJMIE IMPROVED SETS OF TEETH 7inventor and patentee of Loomis MiM'tnl flntt T'flh," having, sueoev.sfii v introduced his improvemc*>r i- ' various cities, lias now permanently estab ^ lisli?ri himself in Washington. 1 his improvement for Setsol Teeth consists chief U in making a set uf but one piece of material and that indestructible mineral. \o metal is their construction. ar,<f rhev are therelore free from pill van tc action and metaiic taste. There ire no r>,r,j 1? tille?l with moi?torA or particles ol .Mjd hence they are ^r. and clean. They are igl.tor. stronger, less clumsy, far more diirat.1* and natural lu tbeirappearai.ee. I will give a reward ol ,"n?> ?,,e *' l,,? Wl1' proJuoe a . '"'I r *,,r^ of art to equal mine in purity. U-auty. quatiry! excellence or any o?hei requisite Ali W'trk" responsiMv warranted. IViiiui. aveuue, l^tweeu Uth and 12th streets. a p i a-1f I |R. C. S. GOODMAN, fi' . Sf Hi; ?()X UEXTIST. and Manifactcrkr of Akt.viciai. Tkkth.? Mis complete iiriangMuieiifs enabling i.im f, i present t|,e following reasonable prices ' 1 =J Entire I,.per Sett Teeth, o? liofd _.f.,.fo?? do on Silver-. i2tos>s One or more, on Gold /; no on Silver r i' inz, Fxtractm^s Komovin^ Tartar; also Re pairing at the same reasonable rates. All operations executed iu such a manner as to g.ve every'satiLiVe tion. Office corner 8th street nn^avemfe. ap s C1'/|!P,K,V' CLOrKf " CLOCKS!!?JusTopene^ iM ||V;K>1 r5 " i^'rfVwf 'UHKV "ew of, low al'jJI ari inicpieces, warrante.!, as! P.^rU ? nJr()ClK MATERIALS.such as (),!,. tor.ls, BaLs, Keys, U eights, Hand* ' Springs, 4c at j. ROBINSON S Great Clock Emporium. 349 opt>oB;te W ? Hrowny' Hotel. 'pO ALL THAT VALUE THEIR SIGH1\ JOHN TOBIAS, PRACTICAL OPTICIAN, wishes focal "the attention of ail tiiat^IT*^^ suffer with defective sight, caused l.v aue siok ness, and wirticuiarly froin elaues lniudicioush se lected, to his superior SPECT \CLFm amt 1.1 i ?i< ls h,ll,self a "true spherical accdraoy , and brilliHut transparency, suited precise ly and beneficially to the wearer, according U? the Ooiioavity or convexity <,f tlie eye. Very nStnerouS r 1 "o??'1 causeil to the precious organ of sight from the commencement ofiismg glasses m not being preeiselv suited, by the use ..fan Optome ter, and the practice of many years enables hnn to measure the focal disease of the eves, and such glasses that are absolutely required Wijl\>e furnish eili*"d ^"'lacf.or.; ,Ur'USl" JOHN I OBI AS acknowledges the very liberal th^TrmLCcif'of^lf U?1, a,i'1 furll,t'r eolicits lw.nWrf,n,".fi!re w"? '"v"n"' "? rim .that conveniently call, b* sending Mie g.asses in use. and Mate how ,?.wiy inches ti'ey 2?1'iea< ,I*"S P,"nt W,|J' ti.eir spectacles, can be suc pnail with such as will improve their sight Innumerable testimonials to be seen ; and referen oes given to many who have derived the ?e*?st ease and comfort from Ins glasses. Circulars to lie hail cratis, at his office. No 512 upstairs.8' 86<i""r" fru"' odd Fellowi' Hall, si. * p.. wzr'*'"" m?",h" IJTT. W. TAZEWELL. I have tried a pair of Spectacles obtained from Mr r ? i an i them ?f Kreatassistance to my sight" and correspond,ng with his description of the focus I recommend him as a skilful optician HENRY A. WISE. i. ^avinf been induoed by a friend to visit the estab lishment of Mr. Tobias for the purpose "f "nine h's glasses, f was furnished hy lnm with a pa,r ?inef and ^VTr fi Uf'Wh,'Ph hav" rtt"rd<>d more \tv ?.iV, KrMlfi??l,on than any I have ever fried. in? ! f ori?""*lly very go<rt|. was injured by writ n?. ""J1 reading at night, frequently to a very late hour; but with th" aid of these glasses I can study I htLva 1S "? ev"" Rn!Jthat to? Without the pain I have previously suffered. ^ JOHN WILSON'. Dec 11 Commissioner Gen'l Land O&oe. fo!.rm'?/!r!.M.^ Spectacles for three or four months, and Uike great pleasure in saying that !.?n7V"o ^ 'hem. I have heJninuch r..! W1" r^commended to Mr. John Tobias as a skil i ir"! ? ' a" Lhav? efves "f re'"arkable pecu liant). 1 was gratified to find that Mr. Tobias seem ed to comprehend them by inspection and some alight measurement, and he has made me a pair of Specta Jui>' ad""ral'|y- A- ? ? BUTLER. Mr f T .1 ... W', *,NOTOX/ N- C- J*n. 17,1&S4. Mr. J. Tobias. Dear >ir: I am happy to sh, mar Very respectfully, yours, R. K. DRANF Rector of St. James's Parish. Department op Interior m?v p iacc for uirt whirl, i u..i / inade two pairs especially K ir ,rt ?erve ine perfectly. Klassesmn??m^ .?P ""*ter enableif to adapt Ass't Seo'y To sign Land Warrants. GI^SSKS of great variety, TEL KFH n ,C*Vt>PES, WATCH-MA GLASSES, and many other articles in this V? v.er|r 'uw ooustantly on hand. jy io?it THE WEEKLY STAR. 6 ? ? ? This exce.ient Family and Jo?rmj?oon tAimng a greater variety of interesting reading than can l?e found id an; other?it published on Saturday morning. TKUI. Single oopy, per annum ? 2S TO CMTM. Five o>piee - . - ? SOP Ten Copies 8 00 Twenty oopies ...,.13 W IL/~Ca?H, IMVABIABLT II* ADVAXCE. B? tuhscribing in cluhs raised amont neighbors Without the intervention of a mail a*etit. aa will ba perceived, twent> per oent. of the Wbeelt t*T*a will be saved. it invariably coo tain* the "Wuh union Newt" tut tins made tbe Daily Stab m ren tals so generally throughout (be country. It/"Single copies i in wrappers) ean ba procured at U'e ?"Ufi'er. immediately after the iae?aoi Lbs Paper. Prioe-THREE Cents. Postmaster* who act at agents will ba allowad a oommission of twenty per oent. Summer Retreat*, &c. yyniTE house pavilion. The undernigned respect fully infortnt bit friaodt and the public generally. tt?at he bat leased the WHITE HOrtK PAVILION for the taaaonJ, where 'ie wi' a watt a!> a t?.? luru.th tberr.i with the best LIQUORS, EDIBLES. CIGAR!*, Ac.. that the market affords. ?t Washington tnoea. <*aniuitr and Fishing Partiet will t<a provided for day or night. _ a. ti - r islung Tackle and Boats to be procured et the Pirilha. may 'jf>-Sw _ B.SCHAD. Hvgeia hotel. OLD W>I.\T COMFORT. VA. Thia iiioa; delightful Summer res??rt?the bright particular locality of all the tunny South"?A . ? A i* now the sole property of the under-? ? signed, and will be opened on the Itt June next, and each succeaaive June fuUoWui*. I engage to make it to the teekert for health, recrea turn* gaiety and g' ??d Unas, supreme!* attractive. For health. no mountain retreat can ne safer at any stason of the ?ear. It it a* exempt iron disease in August and Septeinlier aud October at in April. May or Jun". Indeed the firat three are mbnitely tha moat pleasant of the season Tbe weather it wilder, the Pea breexe Imlnuer. and the luxunet of the rait water hre to be had of finer quality and in greater profusion. There it no more inviting spot oa tha whole Atlantic tealtoard. It it strictly true of it what the poet bath said : " Oh ! if there ba an El> aiam on earth, it la tbia, it ?a thia!" Dr*. Archer. Jarvia. and other srmj surgeons at th * pout. lion. Di. Francis Mnllory, Drt. Sempie. Sinikin*, SV.ild, Hope, and Yaugliau.aud indeed the wh<>le m'Hiica! Facultr reaident in tne vicinity ?if Fort MM, all certify that they " kav? *??er knoicn a rttse of bithovi or arue amd fever to t>ri >mate there, anJ that at all semton* if ti the health**?f *pot on the fare of the earth." (S?? their certificate* m De Bow's Review. Southern Planter.and American Farmer.! inav 22-dC.wAInwVin JOS. SEGAR, Proprietor. <LA BATHING. CHKSAPKAKE HALL. Ha*ftw*. Ta. Th-a"SUMM KR R HTR K AT."only i milea from Old Point, Willi** re-opened ou tho firat ol t . . A Jane. wh<*n the proprietor will b*> happ? toVTa^W tee any of in* friends who rnav wiah to en. 1 yt [ jov SALT WATER BATHfNG.and theuj^Iriea of the Seaboard. The Hall haa l>een much imaror ed aad Ivautibed, and ainp e preparationt ma<l? for the comfort and pleasure of all wl?o may viait thia deiixhtful retort. bontK, I'lnhiMic Tfkle. Piiwture Carnajc^t. 4c., a!way* in readinett t?? oontnbnte to the enioTment of cueatt. R. U. BANKS, may '9-1 in I Pianos, &c. >IA\0 FORTE INSTRUCTION. Mr. W. H. PALMER oontmuet to add new mem N rs to hit c>tfe*. Apply to Mr. I'AI.-^ MLR. it hit Rf.'ms <?ver l-'arnham'ta B<i-kt:ore, Tuesday, Weilneaday, Fn dav. aiid Saturdny. l?etm-eeii 2 and 6 p. nt. Term* A'iper qnarter. ap K-tf ToCAL Ml SIC.?Mrt. FRANK LIN. Teacl.ar of Music, havinc vacant houra fnt a few mora ^eho'ir*. re?iue*tH those l^die* wt.o are dea;roi>? rle< \ of IwiiiK perfected in Ballao 8imm, or (Jpera Muaic. to fnvor fier with an cat ly nppiication. Tern'a made kii"Wii at her residence. 4 i* K ttreet. tietw??en 9t? and 1 tn. h. a at the Mumc Sturea of Mr. Davi*. and Metxerott. apa?n / 'OLD MEDAL PREMIUM *1 PIA\0 FORTES. WILLIAM KNABE, (Senior partner in the late firm of Knauk, Gaehlk k Co., Con'inueathe manufacture and sa e of i^rand and aquare Pi A NO FORTES. und?rthe name. <>f William Ki.ril?e A Co., at the ?>.?J atand.] N'o*. I, 3, 5 and 7 North F.utaw atreet op posite the Eutaw Houae, Baltimore. They have alto juat opened a new Salea Roi ir at No2?f7 Baltimore atreet. between Charle* and Lirbt atreeta. on the prcimaet partly occupied by Mr IIetir> \IeCaff(TT as a muaic atore. wheretney will keep conatantly on hand a lar*e aaa<>rtment of plain and hi>rhl> -fininhed grand and a?juare P.ano Forte# ? also. Meludeona. from the beat tnakera. from 4 to V octaie. si ii.e with d<>ut>le ke% -Ivi&rda, doubie reada, an 1 stops to tuit small churehea. BeuiK extensively untaxed in the manufaetnra 0 f 1'ianoa. we will acli wholesale and retail, on the n?>at liberal t*rma. Our i'mnoa were awarded the hicheat premium (cold medal) at the Faira <>! the Maryland Inatituta two anecesaive yeart-Octaher. Iti5&. and lMfi?in op position to lourtcei: and e.. .iteen p:au?<t Irom a<>ma o| the U^st makers from New York. Ho*ton and Bal timore. \V? were alaoawarded the fiiat premium at the Industrial Kxhitation held tn Richmond, Vir ?mm. IK.V and 13.16. They have al?o l.ee>i awarded the highest premium isilver medal) at the Metro pfititiin \f l-*?ir I'.tr IRS7. In a?l<lition to tin* we are in posaeaaion of tw'imo mala from the moat dittincmshed professora and amateurt in the country, winch can lie e*?n nt our warerooms. tpeakum for themaelvea and <itherao( thel.uh rippreciatiou iu whicb uur luttrumeuta art ?ver? where held. Ail instruments are ruaranteed for five yeera. aud a privilege of exchance is grwrted witlun the firat s.x months Irom the day of nale if the inatrumentado not Hive entire satisfaction. Wholesale dealertwill find it to the:r advanta^a to rive ut a nail before purehaaitiir. Pianos exchanged, hired, ar>d tnr?d. m tr IB-It WM. KNABE k CO. "iceT TJ. MIDDLETON, *? ICE DEALER. Ornoeand Depot?Southwest corner of F and 12tf? Streets. Waainn^ton. ap n-if ICE! ICE!! ICE! 1!?The underlined raapectlul ly inform lua frienda and the public generally, that he is now prepared to ftirniah Tamiuea and otnaral through the seaaon) with the lieat quality of ICK, delivered in any part of Waahington ami Georga towu, and guarantees to give entire aatiafaotion. Ordera to be left with K'dwell k Lackenc*. corner Uth atreet and Pennaylrania avenue; Geo. F. Kiiiwell k Co., Uth atreet: J. B. Moore. Drug eiat, Penna. avenue, between lttli and ath atreeta : GeoRuK Sietz. New York avenue, lietw??eu Uth aud 11th atre<Ha; Robt. A. Payne, Druggiat. oorner 4th and Mat*, avenue: and with the aubaenber. No. 3 First street, Georgetown, where lea can ba had at all timea. ap7-tf T. N. KIDWELL. JCE-ICE?ICE.?For aa e 2,V?? to S.uun tona of PURE ICK at tbe Hockley Mill, near the Relay ouse. on the Washington Railr oad. It can be aent in cars either to I'.altimore or Washington. Apply to ROBT. C. WRIGHT, Patterson at. ap23-2m Bait l mora. r'ill.NA, GLASS AND UT EE NSW ARK. \ R. H. MILLER. SON k CO.. Importers direct from Liverpool to Ale?an- VBT\ dria. be~ leave to ca.' the attention of dealera. hotel keepers, atid ot here of Waahintton and Georgetown, to their atocka of GOODS, which, for extent and varielv. Wi ! compare favomMy with any es'ab!i*hmeiit in the Eastern Citiea. The couuexioii of their senior partner with tha mannfactureis of Europe and the 1 nited Sta*ea lor upwards of thirty > eart. hat given him advantage* m the purchase of gooda equal, if not superior, to any house in the trade. Au mat eotionof foods and pricoa will satisfy all part>ea that purcliaaet can be iwmIh of them upoii the most favorable termt. French China Dinner Sett, giit and decorated French China Dinner Seta, gold tiandand plain white French China Vases, Pitchers. Toilet Seta. Ac. French China Tea Sett. Cups and Sauoert, aud other article* of Tea ware Ar.d Dinner Ware, tepr.rate from aeta indiaCnina Dinner Sett, and eeparatearticiet always on band White Granite Ware in every variety, in aets, and separate irom tett. as may be desired Blue Printed or Liverpool Ware, the same Common Edited, White and Rockingham Ware, tn full tuppjr. Cut, Pressed, Plain, and Moulded Glata Ware from the bett ettablithmenft in the Eastern and Wettem States, which will be sold by the package or other vise. Experienced packert employed. Gooda cut up by us can f?e transported by any mod* without Creakaf*. Fare b* the ateamUmta fr?m Washington to Alex andria. almoat hourly, 1?S cents eaen way. A quar ter of a dollar tfkus spent may save man) dollars dec 1 1\rOTICK.-C. R. L. CROWN ?c CO. ara ra 1* oeiving daily some of thefinest FI'RN'l-i TI RE erer offered in this market, which we invite the attention uf those in waul, as we assure them tho> can save at least >u per oent. Nain^ij ? Hand tome carved marble-top Bur?aut and Tables Roaewot^l and walnut Tete-a Tetes. Sofas WardrofM?s. Chaira of aJI kind*. Cherry and poplar Tablet. Matt reset, tiair. ooru-top. and husk: <^?mifort8. Blankets, Bedsteads, huh and low p ist. Rocking Chair*, cane and w?K>d-teaii. Cushions for Chairs. Setteea, Clockt of all kinds. Extension TaMet, Sidetmard*, \N hat-not. (i lasses of all kinds, some extra hue Carpets. Cottage Sett, Rurt. Waiters. Glass Ware. Crockery Ware of all kindt. Feather and Fan<*y G<??daof all kind*. And other Go?tda too numerous totnentionto whicU we invite the attention ol housestH-pert and others, as we are determined to sell for cash or lu punctual customers. c R L. CROWN k CO., oor. of 6th street and Penn. ave. P. S.?We shall still oontinue our regular sales on Tutwday, Thursday, and Saturday,both morninf and evening, in front ol our store. Conaisnmants soli cited, aud in all cases advanoos made snien reamred. . . C.tt. L.C.4CO., ep25-tf (Intel) Aucttoueers. BALTIMORE CITY MALT HOUSE. MALT F(?R SALE.?The nndertimed hevi?g recently oiiretuised the CITY MALT IIOI SK. corner of \\ est Falls avenue and Block street, would annouuoe to his friends and the pubue. that he haa it now in full operation, with a large supply of MALT for sale on libera! terma. FRANCIS DEN MEAD. (^ORATION h