Newspaper of Evening Star, August 8, 1857, Page 2

Newspaper of Evening Star dated August 8, 1857 Page 2
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EVENING STAR. WA91115I0T05I CITY; SATURDAY August ??, 1*3T. THE WKCtLY ST All. On the oatsido of our weekly iwce of this date, will be found that poetical satirical hit upon modern fashions, 44 Nothing to Wear,'' about the authorship of which there is just now so fierce a controversy; also, the thrilling tale, "A Night on Lake Winnipisscogec," and the amusing one beaded '-Finding a Husband.'' Very full reports of the absorbing election riot trial will be found in the local column?. The Washington news department presents its usual fullness and variety, ami a complete resume is given elsewhere of the foreign and domestic news of the week; also sketches, political and personal items, and a sprinklieg of all sorts of things Price, for single numbers, in strong wrappers, 3 cents, or fl .25 per year. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS. The Intelligent* has a continuation of the interesting ?? Recollections of the Civil History of the War of 1812?by a Contemporary " In an article upon the Old Point Convention, the Intelligencer thinks nothing would be gained by the establishment of a separate na tionality for the North and the South than the lomes which would accrue to the industry of both from the commercial restrictions which each might lay upon the products of the other The Dm I oh has an article headed " ll?rds and Softs,'" in which it expresses itself unable, in a political point of view, to see any difference between these New York parties, and, in con clusion, says: 44 Those who represent that the Administration sympathize* specially with the Hards or Softs, or any snch unmeaning distinction*, know little of Democracy and lens of onr present distinguished Chief Magistrate.'' UsiTED States Sexatobs.?The Legislatures of Tenuessee, Virginia, Texas, Kentucky, and Alabama, are to elect L'nited States Senators at their next sessions. Tennessee has to choose two. E7" In New Bedford. last week, a gentleman, Frho pntroniics a "striped pig" apothecary shop, called for a glass of soda. 4,with a spoonful of strychnine In It,*' (?.? a dash of spirits.) The clerk, who was a preen one, took him at his word, flavored it with strychnine, and but for an explanation brought about by the customer mis sing the alcoholic flavor, a tragedy would have resulted. Political.?The Ohio Democratic State ConJ vention met at Columbus on Thursday, and nom inated for Governor, 11. It. l'ayne; Lieutenant Governor, W. II Lyttle; Judge of the Supreme Court, Mr. Whitman ; State Treasurer, Mr. Mor ris; Secretary of State, J. Kalnhart; and Super intendent of the Board of Public Works, A. L. Backus Resolutions were adopted endorsing the Dred Scott decision, approving the adminis tration of Proident Buchanan and the doctrine of popular sovereignty as advanced in the Kansas Nebraska act, and in favor of an independent treasury for Ohio. The New York Democratic State Convention met in Albany on Thursday. There was a pretty general attendance It was resolved that a State Convention be called for Thursday, September lUth, at Syracuse Fsom Mijixesota?A destructive tire occurred at St. Paul's, Minn., on Tuesday last, it broke out in the hardware store of J. T. Cardweil. in Anthony street, at 2 o'clock in the morning, and before the flames could l?e extinguished, the en tire square, with the exception of the First Pres byterian church, was consumed. Seventeen buildings In all were burnt, causing a loss of on which there Is an Insurance of 812, MD Information ol a favorable nnture has been re ceived at St. Paul"-* from the Little Crow friendly Indians; who were sent cut to take Ink-pa-du tah's band of murderers. At the latest dates they were at the ilole-in-the-Wall, and expecting to And the outlaws at Skunk Lake, and they were confident of success. The expedition under Gov ernor Medary Lad returned from the Sioux agency. The army and ammunition now r^t St. Paul's will be dispatched to the frontier, to be used in case of an emergency. James P. Di>xnkl^a%d tue Nevasisk Tha gedy?Probable I^b< ence or Dosxkli.y .? The late murder at Nevasilk, N. J., has assumed a new and singular phase. The innocence of Don nelly, whom Moses accused as being the cause of his death. Is now claimed and strongly urged by many who heretofore believed him guilty. On Monday last the l>ody of Moses wis exhumed at Chapel Hill graveyard, and another autopsy made by Dr Kinnell, of New York. The wound in flicted on the throat was fonnd not to hive been sutflclent to cause death had prompt and proper stejw been taken A wound was found, too. upon the arm, indicating that a struggle must have taken place. It is e la. met I that Donnelly, bcim/ a medical student, was sufficiently versed in su. gc-ry to know where to strike the throat fatally, and the wound in the arm shows that much blood must have been shed, yet no blood was found upon any of Donnelly's clothing. The direct ac cusation of Moses against Donnelly is accounted for bv supposing the former to be greatly excited, and that seeing Donnelly flrst he accused him. It Is even claimed that the mart may have com mit U d suicide while temporarily deianged, and that under hallucination he laid thedced on Don nelly. Donnelly states that he arose, as hewasaceus tomed to, about daylight on the morning of the murder, proceeded to the office, opened the safe and prepared his account book* for the business of the day He was afterwards going up stairs to put on his collar, (it was his custom to do this.) when he was startled by the outcries of Ann Bar ley. the servant girl. Looking up, he s:.w Mose* on tiie landing, bleeding from tLc throat, upon which he was pressing his bauds as :f to staunch the blood. Horror-struck by the sight, he re treated down stairs, when he met Mr. Smith, the proprietor of the hotel, to whom he told what he had seen He aft.-rwa.ds went up stairs with others, and. when M?e?es had been borne back to Led, assisted, as best he could, in undressing and makim; the wounded man comfortable." He looked at the wound, and seeing that none of the larger vessels had been severed, asked for a fork to act as a Uiuirulym, by which to secure the bleedintr vessels ; but the excitement and throng was so great that no attention was paid to his re quest Beside*, Mrvses, who actea like a crazed man, had accused him of inflicting the weurid. Keligious Items. The Baptists are making efforts to bul!d a lirst class ship, for Is-nevolent purposes. It Will cost BIMMUI. and will be a inoiiument to Uev. Adori ruiu J udson The oldest minister now in this country, is the Kev fj?t>an A:nsworth, of JalT.*y, N H He was ordained on the ll?th of December, 1791. and has preached in Jalfrey over three quarters of a century. !<a*t Sabbath was the one hundredth anniversary of his hirtnday. In the afternoon walk?d to the meeting and was aide to hear the discourse preached by his colleague. St. Lmils, Mo.; Wilmingtou, Del ; Baltimore, Mil ; Washington, D. C.; ail cities In slavehold ?ug States, will not be represented in the Presby terian Con vention called by the Seceders from the General Assembly to meet in Itiehmond. The Presbyteries of Ciinlon, Miss ; Union, Holstou, Kingston. Tenn ; the District of Columbia; Wil mington, Del.; St. Louis, Mo.; arc either for in dependency, or for going totlte Old School, or for non-action j t>nt almost wholly against the pro ject of a new sectional Assembly. Politics In re ligious bodie* ?jo not meet with favor in this part of the country, and so strong Is the Southern op position to the K'.chmond meeting that many will L*? ictad to have it abandoned altogether. Kev. Dr Durbin ttms closes a report to the con ference on the subject of young ministers marry ing : ? That in our judgment, the subject of mar riage, or any a?-t or woid having reference thereto, should be carefully avoided by onr younger breth ren until they are admitted to the fnll privileges and powers of the ministry; and this judginent comprehends their Interests?the interests of ths church, and we have go?;d reason to hope and be lieve that our judgment and wishes will be re spected by our younger brethren. The Kpiscopalians of Ohio arc mak ing efforts to r line KUi,iUi, to endow the Kpbcopate of the t?tate, and to prevent the taking up of collections to meet the ?ula;y ol the Bishop. The Pr? sbytensn Church of U<ckv|ile and Be th e* da. Montgomery county, Md., Is now erect ing a n?at and tonmiodions ediflcr, and Ite- Rev. Dr. Kva, their pastor, attracts very flue congrega tions. Kev Calvin Selden, pastor of the Third Ke loriued Dutch Church, of Jersey City, has re signed Ids paMorai charge. X ^ 'I* WASHINGTON NEWS ANDjGOSSlP. ??^ EFFECTS OF Slwrnf |?XTlCfMO* "*>* TUB North.?Under the dccarion of tke Died Scott case and the provisions of the Kafliis-Nabraska bill, it will be |?gnlly poisibjo kereafter that slavery may be extended to smy Territory of the Union, however far north, and at tho proper time the people of such Territories may perpetu ato the institution. Considering that the Ter ritories arc the common property of tho whole Union, and that the South through her Jeffer son and Monroe, her Tyler and her Polk, her Taylor and herSoott, and her tend of thousand i of brave volunteer?, has been actively and ef ficiently instrumental in the acquisition of these Territories,?considering, moreover, that the mighty Northwestern Territory was also chiefly a donation from the South, and that she is already excluded from that, or at least from equal participation in it Considering all this, it would seem but an equitable solution of tho imbroglio to give her hereafter an equal chance in the remaining Territories. What would the North think and say if a numerous and respect ablo portion of her citizens, were, by act of Congress, directly or indirectly, excluded from settling in the common Territory ? Let those of the North who would exclude from such set tlement a numerous and respectable class at the South take the case homo to thoinselvcs, and consider how they would feel and act if circumstanced like tho South. Let them recol lect, too, that insult is added to injury; for the South is bitterly denounced for gross immorali ty in holding slaves, and this charge of im morality is most distinctly and loudly asserted by that portion of the population, who, or their sire?. opj>osed the acquisition of each foot of territory. The South feels as poor oid Lear felt after he had given up his kingdom to his daughters, and they proposed to strip him of his suite of attendants?and is almost ready to exclaim with him. "I gave you all!:' At least, aided by tho Democracy of the North, she helped to acquire all. The Democracy, North and South, have always advocated the fair acquisition of territory, whilst the opposi tion of eachseetion, no matter what their name, have always opposed it. Let tho Republican party of the North, (wo address them only; for the true Democracy of the North has been true as steel to the equal rights of the South, to justico and to Union,) let them, we say, take the ca3e home to them selves. With similar claims, how would they bear to be excluded ? Similarly circumstanced, how many Northern hotspurs would be ready to unsheathe the sword to assert their equal rights and to punish the foul aspersions on their social and domestic habitudes * Let the shades of the heroes who fought at Lexington. Bunker HH1, and Ticonderoga answer ! We want the re-establishment of harmony and friendship between North and South, and think it would be a salutary thing for the conscicn tous among the Republicans to retire into the recess of their closets and consider well whether in this matter they are doing ns they would be done by. We know the North is equally pa triotic and equally chivalrous with the South ; equally ambitious to extend our dominion, and equally active in doing so, when the opportu nity occurs. The South has been a more promi nent actor in the acquisition ot territory, simply because there was more to be acquired that adjoined her. The Seasox.?The absence of the President from Washington of course?nakes a dearth of office seekers here just now. Thoro is very little traveling through Washington, t >o, us the plea sure and health-rcekcrs arc all domiciled at the watering placcs, and it is yet too early f<?r the Southern merchants to be passing along in this direction for their fall supplies. Few have been here in the last fortnight from a distance except persons coining to transact business with the Executive Department, who are few in number when compared with those usually among us attracted hither by other causes. Trade in Washington is, therefore, uull. in all branches of business, it being too early for our own folks and neighbors to lay in fall supplies of any description. Nevertheless, we arc destined to have in Washington a very brisk fall. Year by year tho amount of Government business necessarily transacted at the Federal metropolis increases so rapidly, and the railroad facilities for reach ing this point improve so rapidly in ull quarters of the country, as that our transient population increases ujx>n -U3 astonishingly. We rccollect well when to comc from Baltimore to Washing ton by public conveyance required almost a day's time?certainly from six to ijine hours, depending upon tho state of the roads. Now, in that time, one may reach here from what was then " the Western country,' and at about the coat of the journey from Baltimore tn those days. Since then, too, there have boon accumulated by the <iovcrr.incnt at this point.more interest ing works of art, and other thin<ps of interest to all intelligent person?, than are to be found in any othe* city in tho Union, not excepting New Vork ; all of which may be enjoyed by any nnd everybody, free of any cost whatever. The ac commodation fur strangers here have grown pari pa**n with the demands on them, until, for the size of the city, there arc probably more and l>cttcr arrangements of the sort than in any other city in the world. Persons are prone to compare them with those of the half-million city of New York, and to growl, in inauguration times, for instance, becauso they are not suffi cient for the comfortable accommodation of of such an avalanche of visitors as would strain the hotels of that metropolis if suddenly otuiing upon them in addition to their ordinary num ber of visitors. There is no senso in ?o doing ; but the world is prone to be extremely foolish in such matters. Tuk Mirder at LewesV70KTU.?Wc have the following in relation to the late tragedy at Leavenworth, Kansas : Leavenworth Citv, K. T., Aug 1, *5?. Editor Star: Uur town was thrown into great excitement last night, tn c oil sequence of the mur der of a man. an?t two of the perpetrators have been lynched to-day by the citizen*. Th* facts are, as far as 1 can learn, that the murdered man, having sold a claim, came to town yesterday, went to a tavern last night, and drank a little; he drew out his pocket book and counted out i*!US. The proprietor and another man present Invited him to take a walk; they proceeded as far as the public spring, near the river. when th?y were at tacked by two men. One of the party mnde ot)'; the other received three stabs, ancf his body was thrown into the river, aiid drifted ashore about forty yards Ih-Iow. The tavern keejier, uu.au time, notitied the police, arid returned with them to the place of the murder, when, not being dde to Rive a satisfactory explanation of the matter, he was arrested. During the night he gave information which led to the arrest of live others. About noon, to-day, the excitement became very great, a large crowd having collected around the mayor's olllce, where the murdered man lay. '? Hang them," was the cry. in the inean time several other arrests were made which threw a little more light on the matter, continuing the ?>e ltef that they werethe guilty party. The excite ment grew stronger everv moment. Judge Le coinpte advised the people to leave them In the hauus of the law, ana that tbey should l>e prose cuted to the fullest extent. Tho response was, that there was no law of justice in the Territory. The excitement still increased. The < ry was for the jail, where two of them were confined; rofies w#rc procured, and the two prisoners were taken to the hank of the river and hung on one tree. About two thousand jiersons were present. The police, taking advantage of the excitement, hur ried oil'three others (di pulsed) from the mayor's otllretothe fort. The excitement has abated somewlmt, the pris oners have been brought from th? fort, ana are held by the mayor and d larde body of police. It t* the prevailing opinion tTiat the three Will be hung to-morrow or on Monday next. The cltl 717J>H, ar'" organising a vigilannr committee. These are a part of a very strong v ;uiy who have infested our city and Territory for a long time They have evaded th- law -o tat f heie have been note** thai* six murder* committed here In the last month. A man can"I be suspected of haviiy 830about Lim, hut he is waylaid, stat ed or ahot, and Iben robbed. Not later than MM day* ago thqrewcre two soldiers belonging to thr Poit going home about!) o'clock, when thev were fired at through the bush, killed, and robbed of S^UO. It Was known that they were paid on the same day. A matt is not safe in going outside hU door, even In the most public place, after dark It is hoped that this transaction will break up the gang of murderers, and rid our city of a clam of men that are of no use to society. The police are on the track of a good many other*. It I* hoped that every individual 'of the gang will be I punished. Out of all the murders that have been committed la the Territory, there ha* nol boen one solitary execution. The ends of justice hnve been frustrated through political Interferencei but now every man, Free-State and Pro-slavery, hold out the right hand of friendship to each otlier,and It Is hoped will continue so from hence forth. 1 send you this in advance of the mall, so you will have it lieforc some of our Western pa pers. It is now 3 o'clock A. M., and everything is quiet. J.N. Tn* Better Society.?Tho New York Mir ror a day or two since thus moralised over the current condition of the so much " better state of society at the North, than at the Bouth A Day's Kkcord.?If an Inhabitant of some purer planet than our own, could have alighted on Manhattan Island, on the %l day of August, in the year of our Blessed Lord 1857, and glanced his innocent eve over the "morning journals" of fered to him by some enterprising newsboy, ht would probably have thought that he had reached a curiously-criminal world. In posting liiinsel! on the News of the Day he would have met tb( following among other startling announcements "A Bloody Record." "Shocking All'ulr In Mul berry Street," " A Young Man Beaten to Death,' "A Gambler Murdered." "Shocking All'air &i Neveslnk," "Another Homicide," "Suicide of a Young Irish Olrl by taking Laudanum,'' " Darin;, and Ingenious Burglary," " Woman Arrested foi Passing Bad Money." " Lal>orer's Fight?One ol them Stabbed," 4? Recent Riot at Cairo, 111 "Supposed Murder at Atlantic City," " lndecew Assault," "Two Black Kyea," "Attack upon : Policeman," "Fatal Figiit lietweeii Sailors,' " Riot in the Twenty-flrstWard," "Another Shoi from the Mormons," " Capt Rynders in Ohio,' etc., etc., and so on to the end of this long chap ter of human wickedness. " After the pleasant perusal, our angel visitor having become a convert to the doctrine of Orlg lnal Sin and Total Depravity, would in all likeli hood leave this globe in disgust without attempt ing to untangle the reported snarls in the Supremi Court, the Street Commissioner's Office, and thf Police Department. "Seriously, there is crime and misery, ani confusion enough in our own city every dav t< inakc the heart sick The daily paper looks lik< a Police Oazette. Beggars and thieves and burg iurs swarm in the sunlight like the tleas in Egyp and prowl about in the darkness like beasts o prey. A semi-weekly swindle seasons the newj column. The courts of justice quarrel over que* Hons of jurisdiction and dabble In politics. Th< Commissioners of Police amuse themselves bj casting ballots aiul cracking small jokes, li short, we must confess that we are very miserable sinners?a very wicked city?but too busy to no tice the fact particularly." OncHnay find almost as black a local recort in proportion to relative population, in any o the journals of any northern city. Vet, three fourths of those papers arc ready to toam at th< mouth if one hints that, after all, the slavchold ing South may not be the God-forsaken scctiui of the United States. From Ciiin \ ?The Navy Departmcut has i letter from James Armstrong, flag officer U. S naval forces. East Iudics. China seas, datei Hong Kong, May 23, from which wc give th subjoined extract: '? From the enormous force the English are col lecting at this station, and the arrangements the; are making for its pemianency, it is clear tha China is to be compel led to tlirow off her exclu siveness. Tho English squadron now on thi station consists of: I I Failing vessels mounting '2<* guns 13 steamers do 171 do 7 gun-boats do 11 do 32 vessels 1G3 guns. And the following vessels are now on their wa to join the squadron : *2 sailing .ships mounting 52 guns 1*2 steamer* do 210 do II gun-boat* do *2H do 2s vessels 341 guns. Making a total c.f sixty vessels, mount.ng > guu*. Accompanying this force are several s^a-goin; hospital and transport ships with a very largesu perimmerary medical stall, all indicating aeon tinned and permanent purpose on the part of th English Government Thk Territory or Arizona ?The Charles ton j\I> rciny republishes from the iitar the in tcrcsting letter i'rom Colonel Bonneville s com man J of the 1th of June last, descriptive of th Gila river region of the Gadsden purchase, an takes occasion to throw more light on thnt al most unknown region in the following remarks "The popular idea that tbls territory, acqulr*-* by purchase from Mexico, is a worthless and bar ren desert, proves as uniouudid and absurd a many other popular ideas have proved heretofore Records anu map*, long hidden in the archive of the Mexican government, and in the Jesid Colleges show that, more than a hundred year ago, this territory was settled by a large and flour Isliing mining population: and that at the base o the mountains, and along the streams, the ran chero grazed his thousands of horses itnd cattle while the farmer raised luxuriant crops of corn wheat, grapes, and fruit of every variety. "Thiscivilization perished before the dev:uta ting career of the Indian trills of the country, a the Mexican civilization in Sonora is to-day per ishinc before the attacks of tUe Apache Indians !< The recent decision of the Postmaster Gene ral in favor of the Overland Mat! Route to Call fornla, vio F1 Paso and Fort Yuma, will liaveai Important influence upon the settlement and dc velopment of Arizona It Is the only practlcahl route for a mail, and the wagon and stage road I but the forerunner of the great I'aclllc Railroad It therefore l?ecomes a fnattcr of great nationa Interest that the country through which It pass*' should l>e protected from Indian attacks, and tha legal rights should obtain as they do in our East ern States. * # * * "The imputation of this Territory Is upward of six thousand, and rapidly increasing. Th recent reports of Colonel Bonneville, U S. A. upon the country north of the Gila river, which i is propositi to include within the limits of Ari zona, will give an impetus to immigration. The furnish the guarantee that the new State captain the great element of national wealth?agriciiltura resources. Our reader* must liear in mind tha the whole vallev of the Gila and Its branches draining an immense country, are cotton lands u the best description, and that it is virgin soil. #**??* " Arizona will l>o known as the Silver State; am the prediction of Hum>>oldt that the relative valu of gold and silver would one day l?e restored.wil be fulfilled from the almost fabulous wealth c the 'Gadsden purchase.' " The Weather.?The following report of th weather for this morning is made from the Mors Telegraph line to the Smithsonian Institution Tho time of observation is about 7 o clock a. m. Acocst 8. 1857. New V ork, N. ?,???????? .fine, Philadelphia, Pa..... clear, fine. Baltimore, Md clear, pleasant. Washington, D. C foggy, pleasant. Richmond, Va. . .clear, pleasant. Petersburg, Va beautiful weather. Wilmington, N. C........cloudy, cool. Columbia, S. C clear, pleasant. Charleston. S. C clear, pleasant. Augusta. G a............. .(.I car, pleasant. Savannah, Ga clear, pleasant. Macon, Ga.... cloudy, cooi. Columbun, Ga cloudy, pleasant. I?wer Peach Tree, Ala...cloudy. Montgomery, Ala cloudy, pleasant. Mobile, Ala cloudy, pleasant. Gainesville, Miss.... cloudy, pleasant. New Orleans, La cloudy, pleasant. From tue West. The following report* have been furnished b] the National Telegraph line: Frederick, Md clear, warm. Cumberland, Md foggy, pleasant Hagerstown, Md clear, warm. Harper's Ferry clear, cool. Winchester.... ...clear, cool. Martlnsburg... ....clear, cool. Wheeling, Va clear, warm. Grafton, Va clear, warm. At Washington, yesterday, 9 p. in., the barom eter was mi Xiu, thermometer 71?. This morning at 7 p. in., the barometer was30 :j40, tlierraomctci OP. Naval Courts ov Inquiry.?liefore Conn No. 1, to-day, Mr. Brico read tho defence ol Lt. Marin. After which tho court adjourned until the 7th of September. Before Court No. 2, the defence of Lt. Har rison Is being read by Mr. Stanton Lt. Per ry's defence is expected to follow. After whiet the ooart will probably adjourn over a* th* other courts have done. ???*' Fro* Col Noble's Party.?Col. Nobles, tho Superintendent of the Wagon Koad from Fort Kidgely to the South Pass, rcched tiaint Paul s, Minnesota, on Monday last lie re "ports coiag met by large bodies of Yankton Indians, who apposed his ponetratieg f arther into the eoufttry. until a treaty should he made for its oeesioo to the United States. After fruit leu negotiations, Col. Nobles appointed the 29th of Aogu?t to hold a oonncil with the Yankton* to treat for the right of wny across the territo ry. The Sacs axd Fox Isdiaxs.?The monthly report (for July) of B. A. James, Indian Agent at the Sacs and Foxoi agency, to tho Indian Bureau, states that these Indians have returned from their spring-hunt for buffalo, at which they met with great success. They speak of no difficulty among the Indians on the plain?. A few Indians have died at the agency, of the measles; otherwise the health there has been good. There has been but little rain for two months past, and the crops bade fair to bo light PERSONAL. .... Hon J. |], Dowlin, of Mo., Ik at Browns', .... Professor Ansted. of England, ami Major Carleton, L . 8. A., are at Willards'. .... Miss Louisa Pyne has taken the Lyceum. London, for the purpose of English opera! .... Charles Matthews, the celebrated comedian and mimic, is about to re-visit Ibis country Dro fesslonally. ' * .... Geo. Kunkel. lessee Gf tj1P Marshall Thea tre, Richmond, Ik llttlug it up for the winter season to commence next month. Miss Kimberly has begun reading ^Noth ing to Wear,- at New Haven. It has been sug gested that she do so in Turkish costume. .... Hon John A. 1)1 v last week sold his coun try .seat, comprising about twenty acres of land on Manuring Island, in the Sound, for Rtf.ouu, to a Mr. Thompson, of Wall street. .... We see It stated that Mrs. Fanny Kemble is staying at Nahant, where she has a cottage. Mrs. K , early In the season, went to Niagara a^d engaged a cottage. After a few days she''pulled up stakes," and, in a hull' so peculiar to that amiable lady, left for other parts. .... Dr. Samuel S. Catlin, notorious in connec tion with the Cunningham fraud?follow in* the example of Snodgrass witli his banjo at th? Toombs?amuses himself with doininoes at the Fifteenth Ward station house. He is a native ol l>urhain, Conn., and began his career at New Haven as a drug clerk, then studying with Dr Tyler, these attending the medical lecture at Vale in 1*19, establishing himself at Derby after re ceiving his diploma, when he married a sister ol Rev. Dr. Beecher, who keeps a school at Sara toga, (where Mku Augusta Cunningham was tu have pue at the time of Burdell's murder.) and thus l>ecaine a cousin to the Rev. Henry Wa'd Beecher. In 1K30 he removed to Brooklyn He belongs to the Academy of Medicine. The Unrdell Baby. It Is reported that Dr. I hi will be proceeded against in the Academy of Medicine, at its next regular meeting, for unprofessional conduct In the baby att tir. Dr. t hi is a inem>>er of the fac ulty in " good and regular standing.1' He ha? long been liefore the New York public, and his professional honor is no less distinguished In medical circles than Is his honesty as a man. But when Le graduated, doubtless lie swore the Hvd pocratlc oath?the oath which bound him solemn ly not to divulge the secrets conUded to him by his patients, except under the most stringent de mands of justice. Whether he lias violated thai oath in this case is the question One party, and they are of the strictest sect, who hold the code '' T,.VC*l.,V,lac? to ** of equally binding force with the len Commandment*?who think, for instance, that for a physician to correct an errof or make any statement over his own name In any other newspaper than an exclusively medical one r is a vile quackery, worthy of the Everest denun i | elation?holds that the doctor ha* violated the code, and should sulTer the penalty of an exr.ul slon irom the Academy. The other partv say that not one out of twenty honest men would hive been honest enough to do as Dr. Uhl did He dcnerves a service of plate, a handsome tesiiino nial, a general token of appreciation arid approval from honest men In general, and his medicai brethren in particular. His betrayal of Mrs. Cun n tig ham was a tiling which no professional oath objected to ; for, though like tiie priest, who may not divulge the secrets of the confessional, tbf physician must hold his patients3 secrets sacred. Ufillke the priest, whose superior must l>e in the place of a conscience to him, the physician has no superior to whom he ran look for absolution. If he wounds truth and cheats justice by locking In his own breast a secret which the patient had no business to make him a conlidant in. This partv add that, if the doctor was justilied In lm parting his ,>a?icnts secret to the prosecutln . officer he was only doing an unpleasant dutv when he consented to make the intended felonv a.i apparent to the world a? ,t was to his own mind ; an.I so. in his complicity yvith the District Attorney, he only did what a particularly urn iuhl miLn' ?!_a Y1 U?'u > wo?lacven consent to do the New \ ork Times adds the following item to this remarkable ami couipliraCcd case * uin .l52B.Ten"!!i(?n W Mr" Fry' t,,r "?*tron ol Bellevue Hospital, she informs lis that, live orsii weeks siuce, a gentleman applied to her lor c uew-born, unwashed child, stating that he de slrrd it for a widow, and that the child would become heir to a large estate. The gentleman after further conversation with Mrs. Fry. and haying pledged her to strict secr.-cy, disclosed the fact that the widow in quest ion was Mrs Cunningham; that he was a friend of hers, and thought she had been badly used The proposl tion was declined. ? ite l^-?rtnUli!^1,,rharn' J"st before K?'ag into labor aU hrartily of cticmuoers. so as to really t'et ur Pri1f?P??of Hie French mat !.?r i *. P'nching his daughter wher at rehearsal she was to give an exclamation. Bui r!Ui,st*<|'ns to have overshot the mark, and ha' torn/ a?- V.er.V unwe11' wMh fl'oleralc symp t' ins 11* dodge undoul>tetlly was in the tir.s place to be genuine jn her groans, and, in the nex place, to satisfy physicians, if called in, that liei dragging" pains were really felt. rt? ??eiPe<Tle.rwidinK tlie "nmcdlate viclniti Ol -11 Bond street complain that their propert ^s beer, depreciated io value by Mrs. t'unffn.. ham * presence and conduct. [CT^CHt RCM1'' ^T?K^ pi?.m ? KtH.-Rev. J. I. lHlia,ui(iettTKltur? of ' t^a PM?Arle'? thl" Church. durum the noetic, I the Pastor. Services at 11 o'clock n.m. nndi J| ? RELIGIOUS NOTICK.-The Disciole stuti ij? heW to-morrow'': 1'renXn.r if i t K?hhii of .Temperaaoe Hai noftoniof At 11 o clock o*iii. acd 7>; n m i?v Pmi ".W-01 """" v^kr,Ti,?cV.ii1c?7o'cZ,l^;! (T^TIIK regular monthly Ml- I T ">*??! the Catholic Beneficial Total Aheti nance Society will Iks held at the usual place o Km!*?' TV^-MORKOW (Sunday) AFTKR NOtJN, immediately aftur vesporc Aleinl>ers nr, requestwd to he punctual m attendance. The Secrc tary will uiako his semi-annual report _ii JAMES. N. CALLAN. Sec. Lc(?M^TJ,l,FZHK fkstival.-/ Crouch on TUESDAY EVEnVm? next, th?M?t' New Buildinic, twod?H>rs l>elo? 7th stroet, at winch placei FESTIVAL is now l?in(r held by the Ladies, lor th< l^neh t of Methodist E. Church South. Professor Ckouch having kindly consented to len< his professional services on this interesting oeca sion in aid of the Sabbath School cause, assist no will l?e, by an able and accomplished Pianoist 'to nether with a full choir of experienced unmrs \t i inusio, Ac., will rnanilrist their nppreciation of s< generous an act on the part of the Profo" r?b* Jiv in* 'an overt'owm? bouse on next Tuesday evei ththMfr?ieAi*Knhfoil?ye oh*r*? ?f this Fest.val.oUVi *,,h ce%,or9 O?,oned Bl o'clock p. m. Admittance a au 8 3t - A -N^S A-ND 1'OAN AS tion initi meet on _ . v i m ^ J A IiO A IN A i? ? . Sf?CI ATION.?Tho friends of the Aasocia tion initiated with tho ats>ve title, aro requested f< meet on MONDAY, August loth,at 8 p. rn..at Ger man Hall,tlth street, when the Committee appoint ed by iliem in a meeting held July *Cth, will but.inii the proposed constitution ol the .issociaii<>n, to then consi<k>ration. By onl-?r of ihe c >nimittce. CHARLES WERNER, Cnair n. B. OERTLV, Sec. (Y^?T H E CA THOLIC TOTAL ABSTI i K 3 nence IJcnchca! Socicty ol Washington city wiiTmeet on the 10th instant, at 9 o'clock a. in., al the eorncr of F and 10th streets. The processiot will lie formed on F street, right resting on lutti street, by Thomas Pureed, Marshals Aid, and will inarch at y>i o'clock precisely, down F to 7th street along 7th to H, down If street to 3d stret, along 3d to Pennsylvania avenue, by Pennsylvania avenue tc (ieorgetown, thence l>y Bridge street to High street, P High to 2d street, by 2d street to the College Grounds. JOHN D. CLARK. au 7-Vt* Chief Marshal. ?RELIGIOUS NOTICE.?The New African Methodist Hpiscopal Church of Georgetown, undertheguanlianship of Rev. Timothy Rcinicand Messrs. Francis Wheatlf and Benjamin W. Hohrer, ill be dedicated on next SUNDAY MORNlNG^al o'clock. Tho sermon will be preached by Rev. A. W. Waynar, of Washington city, D.C. 'The friend* the publio are invited to attend. n? S-4t NOTICE.?The Proaident and Direetora ol Georgetown College horehy warn all person* to trespass on any of the College walks or rounds, on pam of tains dealt with acoording to aw. Br order of the President: au4 lm JAME8 CLARK, Treasurer. BALTIMORE ICE CREAM DEPOT AND CONFECTIONERY, SBn6tb street, ween G and H.?The. very best ICE CREAM WATER ICES at ftljo per gallon, delivered to nypart of the city. Also, oa hand 01 different kinds rCakoa. and finest in the city, which I will sell 8 5 cents. Come one, oome nil and give me a call, uruishes Parties, Weddings, Excursions, Ac. JOSEPH SHAFFIELD. Late rorsmau at Weaver's, j> 2r-lin* Opposite Browns* Hotel, I 1ST OF LETT 1 JPo#t Office. Wa . (.Orders* to he i hetMr Wat w*?i ?Bjr daily paper p* P?rsonsap|l>i* f aRTwiB please v?jr thajr n J* remaining in the O.. August *, Ia57. . Evexijig Stab. It largest circulation nf lnngt?n | in the following TlSKt>. Amfrrtam, Ml** a K

Aloklto.bulM Adam*, kt>. R A Ilea, Mr* J Archer, Mrs Kiln Brock*. Ml** I. T Burclie, Mr? K for ^ re fcaf" fori**, M r* (mo Pi*b*r, Mm I p pwl*. Ml* Krwk, Mlaa M UuLcn, Mr* U Gartt, Mr* H Oiof?r, Mix* JCorrla, MU? Llddy Wewmen, Urn P K N fw, Mr* Jail* N?bl*. WI4o?r Orate, Mr* Aaa* Otm*, Mr* Maria <>?bnne. Mr* M g'C ne?r, Mir* U At*?r, Mr* ? O'Weat, Jane O it.nnol.u. !?(? oTenael, Ml** K P*i rfH, Mr* A no K rerry, >)m T H Row*. Mr* Lfd'a Brook*. Mr* J no B 0?ln, MIm Carrie Brown, kt? W Brooke, Mr* M O Gravie, Hl?? F Brnwu, Mlu It Hiub*?, Ml** M S Brown. Ml** CR Mall. Mr* M r?? Ball. MIm Jane O Halt, Mr* Mail.e Bjot *, Ca'.harlue Hill, ???? Black. Ril-ekah Howell. Mr* A G Be. 1. kiln, K 1 Hajr*. Mat y Brown. Mr* Lavt J Hargrave, Mr* f! Brook*. Ml** I. T Hap i.er, Mr* C i Bajrtc?, Mr* M J C H Dtoo. Ml** M K Baldwin. Ml** L M ll*d(*fnea Mt**LM Branaou, Mr* V T Harltj. Ml<* M M Bu*her. M1*J T1 Heyniaii, Ml** M Btitrher. Mr* P lleefeell. Mr* I. P I Smith Mtaa K Br. wnloR.Mr* P W Holland,Mra K M HcoU. Ml** Y C Hooter. Mrs K a?nder*on,Mr* AE Bchork. Ml** J J 8 Barrio. Ml a V Homoy. Ml** A A Station. Mr* ia'ta B.wera, Ml** Barak Heaeltt, Mary Jaa* htael. Mra Ma U>a Borlmd. Mr* R 1*7, M'eaAaiende Seunder*. Mr* M E.nch, Mra Darld Roarl, ? ary R Ran, Mra A V U .allure, Mra ? Rawllata. Mra M M R"t>*ria<>a, Mr* ? KmlUi, Mia* *uak Joranea. Mr* 1 (aloe*. Mary M King MleeJane Karby, Mary Key worth Lae, Mia* M A Laae.Mr* K O Bowie Mix* Oorra Braanau, Mlaa A Barnard, Mr* E A Bal'y, K W Cha*e, Ml** R Clark. Mr* K K (Semen*. Mia* R Coanti. Ml** M K Oonn*tly, Bridget U-rulsti, MU* M A Cla*ett, Ml** Sallle l.am*. Mary Oraaaln, Mia* R MrClalland, A Craatnocd, Mlaa M McOMIani, I Clement*, Mi*e I: Mc A Heater, Mr* V Hmallwood Mia* A franaarw- Mr* l( Kntnerd. Mia. C H. *??*?? Margt M*nll, dr* R Baataa, Mr* E A Bllran, Mr* K II** V Leatkf, MIm U Langerbabn, Mt**B Tho?>pon, Mra M Tlu.iBpaaa, Mlaa ? 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Mr* J.a WliilakarMlaaARnaa Wll tam?MI*?B*r?la WiiUiuorc, Mr* Rll/ elxtL HlllUmr.MU Maria Wllllar.1, Mr* 4 Wlaaoiaa, Mr* R?? ana Wli'.imire, Mra OEXTLRMElf'* LIT A! b tl, l.t R 0 A'-bolt. H~i 8 Adra.o, (>??> W Adam*, llalilel Al *ti>n, Lt B Boll, Peu* K?y ne. Wru B Bird, W Waller* Brown, *mC 1 Bryan, W H Ba?:*on, Tlx s B Bowie, H B Brooke. Ro!>ert Badcork, R T Barrel), O R Blnl A Mllltarn Bradbury, L U Barryiotn. J N Barber, J H Bin kl-y, J W Bcckky, Ja? 0 Ruckaijiion J H liraw ey. J Pori?: 2 HafT. A Uiawer, Jon W Baxlier, H Babccrk, H B 3 Browo, Uer Uua Uuell. Geo P Brainier, U W Krls^a. Ueuial Beall, U Col B L Balaan, B Bal ling, A Bitrel, i<l?m li'ii.ten. Mr W 5 HoraphrWa, O T Ha ton. L, Haiti, Capl U llallarau, Ju.i Huff, J< a Haywood. Jv.li.-i H ilUiOe, J S Hipner, H Harding, d IV I HI.I, O W Hotel.In*, <}*-? Ht'iimaB, u W iiawaloa, PraoiU H n.k Prank Uarr a. R R HamburRti, C Uemnton, R Harrlaoo, David Holland, Dautal Huxbta, V Ho*:ni .ii Oa* Hai tl?c A Berry R Hrwitt Arnbr s* llarion, A C lone, J no H t Joi.ii on, W iu Johoaon, Tic* 3 1 Jeukt, T D J jhaelou. Thoa J* k?on, T if Joliixton. Jaa J Jacke^n, Cap: Jere Rwl.C M Jordan, Jan It Bchnably, Wru J.inn. Um piiimp*, wo Portar, RlebarJ Potter. R M Poa<-y, J no P Port"", J bit PlXC >U, in ? T Plillllt*. Jane* P.ten. Jet Parkar, Jain"* Palo*. C^m'r J.-ho P unkat luu. Jot. a PardLn, Heury Pop*. U C Peerce Mwerd Pace C B Pla .t. A 0 RleBaidaoa, W E Ho. a. Wa KeaJ, O.I VI'm 3 K<>bert*an, W u Rockwall. W A Mel,I, 1.1 K B Kayiter. C pt R A Ree ? Jsnie* Htrhardaoii, J W R?iU?rt*on, Jauie* Klcbta. Jno R lit, J bo G RicBard*, J B Rua*. H G Robert*. Haory RlUer, Edwlo Chaint.era.Cap; W U Jackaon, A 81 Uco Ciia*?, Wm Ca?an Tbo* L Cart-dlne Ttio* Cuit!?,C.-l 8 B C *. B C Corcoran, Patt Cnire-u, KlcboUl Coanor, Peter Co*tti?e, li C Colclaaar Joa Orra*. J II M C-inat.1, J Wtrren Cerlili- er, Jno 5 ? ole. Jno T Claw*, n, l)r J R Johnson, A P Kock my, 8 Kent-.'My, P Kavau<ngb, J M Ralaher, Jautea Keofr, J? hj KIi.r, R Klem k Dyera Kamne er, G Rtpp, Rll. rt l-p?M|-R, W T Sni In, Win M.ITeil, W T R BtraUon, Wru R Mnx>?too, W R St'-wait. Wtn M Beyb >"d, Tba'l fey bold, 1 8 Simp on, T P Starle Tho* 8tiau, Baiul Scke !e, ijatnl Rin^el.iuy,Ca^;CP8 ant m 8 Lea. M*J W U lieakl, V Leary, Tho* La*. K*b?rt CrelRhtop, J T 4 C) I<avy, 8 J Claib-irn, John Cj.* rnao. Dr J R Cotton, Capt J A Clark. J K Cojlc, Hugh Ca.ly, Hen y 5 Parr jll, pe Rn-sy Conner* Daniel Caltan, C C CnmmlnR. ATred DcBent, Tlf* 4 D.irsef. Sarnl D< yle, Patrick Oi.bol*, Morri* D Hole, L?nl* oe Bt.te, J H Donley, J a* De Ltiuulaln, Jot !)nri ?m, fle; Dawf, Otias tfupte C D.11 r, Oiaa Doberty. Antbacy Da Clear, A Kllta, M.J iijLcrl Kva.il, H K Ennl*, P J K%rla, U?wa!J Elliot. J A Eastman, E G KwIur, Uajli K.U<cr*liLiliO? Kenton, Mr Pltip arlek, H Frye, K, lutitc of Fatal, ? Poy, Jobti Ferguton. J 8 K.BK. Johu Forraat. Lt J uo Parr, Uao Fr *Lcy, Prof F U klnUane, E C Po tar, CP . Fl?b r. t B OerrUto, W in Ga uj. Win Godwin, W N G I Greer, R. vfW i Gl' b lie, MethrW Itott, I. M Gray, L W Gray, Ja* Grehein, M*J J 8 Gray, Jno Goo> 11 tcb, J uo P G-ny, Ja? L Graham, Ja* B Gittlacer, B Hainlll. We-ley H?f, W H null, W O HuKor, Lt T D Hotifclua. H G HtlHrli|o??r, 8 Hat ch.T Boll A 3 Uu, L l.atham. J D Latham. T..o* J Lena, Horaca LaUhaM,J H Lewi*. H H Lit -biieid. H S Lidyard. H Lone. D W L 01a. D I.*eper, AD.Irc'.v Lantxtii A K Ln.liaui, Capt A M.ller, Gau W H Mi>:iti:'.nj*ry, Wm M v la. W M Mad' 'ra. Dr W G Morrlsett, Iboa S But'on, R Smith, R C 8mall, Peter She by, Pat Starrltt, P 2 Snyder, JoWn 5 Shield*. Jno P Btave a. J J Steltban, J U Slre?, J R Strl.-k'.and, J U |rutioi>, Jaa A t taiiabarR. Ca]?t H 8; ??ake, H C 8m- la, Dr U?i Hnilth, David A Rl?l<b, Cha Kbernieii Cba? P biiti d.Otiaa H Btuart Jrai Stewart, CUaa Hnowdet>, Cbaa A t Shannon, B Wltrheii Tb"* A Pet HchiabJar. Anflr.-w Marlay, Saml lliim eon, W B Wall, <HcaJ O Ih^mpaon, We-?lry Mn pay, Michael Tarner, 8 R Muaie, Jno Tnorr.t >tt. S Mac aler.UCol JBThiotp. J V N Meunen, Ttioa M'nor J M M'.ddlet .n, II C Mu.ler. H A Mldll ttn. Reory Martin. Hear . Ma^Ut A Do-uhJ Mae- n D Merrell, C It Mltcbcll, CI. a j W Maaon. A P MoGee. A H kl' Clellaii B McPtietrldfe, C A 2 W.?>b, Lea i* KcCurlay. t? Wiiaon J V McCaan, K K Wllklr.aja, C.>m J McRlmni,Cap J F Z Wr ght. J W McKlroy, Jobn Wit<M, Jain.l MeCvll'.uch, Jaa Wliaat.n, J8 McDowel. J W Iron* J C M.-I.eaii k Kunro Wilglt, I B i vUp'eton, t>a\ll Tift, A P I tnpi In. T J t'rvlua, Saxl Vau,-t n, Jatue* Vat: J?n? Tuall ear A Co 1 V.fl Wlti'?l ?n, A Wcod, W D William*. W H Walker. Capt W B Ward, Wlltot II Wynne, R J Mi' .aligbln. J McRurty. Jno McCarty, Wm McGe . Dav d Nlcbol*. Wm Neave W H N?al, 11.<" NoWlaud. I. D 2 Ki<ht, Nallien O da. M L txbtirn L A 0?len, Dr L W O'Brien, Jno ? O'BrUO, Joh'i O'Kein, Ceo J c U'K.i:, D O'Byrne, B A 0!m*ted, D G Unburn, G W Petrce, W U Potklua, W W WaHb. J C Wtlean, J M ? Wemitli, H 2 W<.u.l-r. Hi j:,'* Wi^da, Re? H H William wii, G G Wtlaou. Geo Web r, C Warner, C-U b WordM Andrew Wtllaid, A A 2 W**t. Uh A P WU on, a C W ell*. Alfred # eat. A to> u 3 Vo.t, W C Yonn?, r?p? W a V..UbR, Rev R N VcauR, Je* 1 bo* ? Zta-iiier, L Z-nker, Praucla t Dea?"ert.tlr Review ; I B At Hlit-1, Philip IMITIAL8?Chairman of Dem. Com . MluUler fioru Vonaiirla, Un-W-r Le4ce. No. 1; Daac ntf Cuuib'd i'.wl j 'u Ct'.; Maiiaiter of Rat. Ttieatre ; I . M. Hotel; Prot.rlttor of dt Rlc ola? Ho el; Otli<wr* B. A. Cliap'-er. If U ; C. 8. Jenrual, J. T. L U ,Box6l; A.tt., K U . T. K M : I'. Auicuet* J A3. G. HkRRET. P. M N DIA KlililiKtt HALLS, TKKTH1NO KINti!4, KATT1.K8,k.e.,at ?u tl Jt I.AMJwOND*S,7th street. JARRY'S THICOPHKROtS. LYON'S . KATHA1RON, FRENCH I'OVTA l)K, he.. (aut-3t 1 L AMMON U^. ONK PIANO AT #23; 1 at ?37: 2at ?50; 1st ?75; 1 Rt 2 J?t J ? All kooJ secorni-hsnd Pi?inoa,?t JOHN h. KLLI8, nu 8 JtAi IVnn.ave., beU Utk Rod loth gt?. ONK SKCOND HAND MKLODKO.N VKRY low. Al^o, tive new tiDMii. Hir sale or rent upon rcRst.nattle terina. JOHN F. El.I.IS. au a Penn. ave., liet. :Hh and MU ets. C 1 LOTH I N<?, CLOTHING.?On and after M<nl > day, tho l<>tk ir.Htmt, the entrance ut our ?t<>re will tie on L> street, ticfween 9th and loth street*, wiiere we are Rtill ottering our larjce and tluairable stock of Summer aud Fall Clothinx for Men and Hoy a at cost prices. au 8-31 AY ALL ft STEPHENS. r|^0 CARPENTERS AND BllLDERsT BALDWIN BROTHERS have at their Factory the tiest lot of MOULDINGS ever ottered lor sale in the District, coneiarmg of 2>*, 3,3^. and 4 inch Hand MouldingH : 4,li.A>*. and 7 inch Crown Mould iniH, to which titey invite the attention of th<>ae who desire them. au H-2t SELECT FAMILY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, ENGLISH AND FRENCH. A'o.?u Fstreet, \\'a*ki*ston, D. C. Principal. DONALD MACLOED, A. M.. Untver ?it> ol Glasgow, formerly Head Master of Haven* croft College and A ah wood Sehottl, ami ProiiM^or of Rhetoricand Belles Lettrea in the Colnnitiia Institute. This School wt.i he opened on the second Monday of September ne*t, for the reception of a limited number of Hoarding Pupils and IMy Scholars, who will be treated, mail respects, as members of the Principal's family. The design is to oiler to young ladies from a distance all that isinclnded in the name of Mllome," ami to extmd to (he Day Scholars tne advantages of Home influenc-*. The Sacsutns will Itegin oa the second Morday of Septemlter and first Mo?dav of F'ebntary, in each year. The vacations will extend through the months of July ami August. Circulars containing full information mar he ob tained at tin principal bookstores, and will tie for warded by mail, to any address, on application, au B-tf VirrFEINOUR IIEATERS. UST Received, a lull supply ol those universally admired FEINOVR HEATERS. for heating the roots in which it is set and thA rooms ahove, consuming no more fuel titan a Radiator Stove, ami an easily managed, th*reb> savinc the coht and trouble of two or more hrea to elJect the same purpose. .... Those <?f my customers who were unavoidably disappointed list seasoi o .account oft he very press* tng demand for them, winch made it impoaeilse for the manufacturer to supply, are most earnestly^r* quested to semi in theirorders lieforethe FaM^tnere b> saving trouble and delay, and their woik will t? more seasoned for Winter's use. All work put up by tirst-elajM workmen^ Washington Stove. Grate, Mnge and Hot-Air Furnace Mannfrrtorf, No. A7 Pa. av.,S.E. corner 11th at., Washington, |). C. au H-eo in ? piANO AND VOCAL INSTRUCTOR. I'rof. C. W. SCHJJERMANN will eontmneto . n VoCMi? firm rive iiiatruciions ou tho Piano aud in lusic. Residence No. 512 L street, itetwceu ^h and I'th streets, au 7 tl AMU J DINGER '* IfULTBE * _ Triumphant head.* Hr the renowned Comic Singer. THIS EVEMNUiW*) ?**r' daritf tL? Week. will appear MISS AMKI.IA FISHER, the plraaing And fascinating Hansen?? and Voenliet. The charmin* Songstress and TWMMiHirfwn Artiet NAffLCK LOUISE ri KOKR, insisted hr the accomplished LA PETIT* ELIZA. J. F. THOMAS, the much admired Balled Singer. Prof. ROKSN KR will preside at Un Pmo, EXCURSIONS, *c. 1 ,'IKTH ANNL'AI. KXCTSSIO* Of IliX Montgomery Guards, TO THE WHITE HOUSE PAVILION. On MONDAY. Auuit 17, IR57. The Montgomery Guards take pleasure in an nouneing to their friends and patrons of the Cttiee of WaslMngton and ? ieorgetown. that they will give their* F f h Annual Exoursmn to the Wlu'e Ilounr.'iu MONDAY, the nth inat. The Committee of Arraecementa pledce them selves that no paina will be spared to praaervc order, and to ensure to all who ma? patronise them an op po<t unity to apend an ifrmtile and pleasant day and evening. Eaputa's moat exeoe .ant Band 1a engaged Km- the oMnoa. Refreshments will be supplied by an experience ar><1 well known caterer, at liberal prioea. The krat Kmt will leave her w bar Moot of lit h str-et, at o'clock. Navy N ard at 9 o'clock,anit Alexandria at 9ii. The second Bmt will leave at 2 o'clock p m., and proceed direct to the White Honee. The f?r*t Boat returning at 6S o'clock,01 7 in the evening. and aeoond at 9 or *S Tickets #1?and nut ting a Geutleuian end Ladies I Committee of Arranrem*nt<^^^^^mm ?PHBPH Ser. Murrsy. I.icat. Kelleher. |j?t. Oki&eid.l Capt. Key, Pnv. Moione, I'riv. Coyle. Ser. Moore, Piivt. Grad?, li Ma. .Matter, Privt. Greeson sua-it Ip\Cl KSION CAM II.?The Washington Ligtu a Infantry are n?*w making arrange ments for an Excursion to V?rf<?:fc. Portamoath. Ac..on the Jl?t instant.' Full particulars will appear next wck. lit order ot 1 7-2t THF. C<>M MITTEE. THF. <f<?MMI C'H A N 1) PIC NIC I or St Peters ? Sunday School. The Teachers of St. Peter's Suwlay School most respectfully announce to their nuaser oun friends and the puNic in general,! that they will give their Grand An-1 nual Pic Nic on NVEDNESDAY, Auguat 12th.IK57. at the White House Pavilion. The Teachers pledge themselves that no pains ??r expense will be spared on their pat I to make this Uie Pic Nic of the season. Tickets FIFTY CENT*. The Boat will leiare 11th atreet \\ harl at" n'clor-k. Navy \ ard at 9 o'olnck ; and second Boat a ill le?? e 11th street at 1 o'clock, and Navy Yard at * o'ekr-k ; returning at 5o*clock arid to o'clock a. m. Dinner and Refreshments will befumishelby that exnerienoed caterer, Mr. Sohafceld. at city price*. Nvither's Caml has been engaged for the occasio 1. Committee 0/ Arrimtffn-mts. Jacob F lei shell, James DoMiyB, Jao. Harxell, IJ. CaUahsn, i. Eva E. Maroeron. Jas. FleisheK. J 00. tans. an 7 *t THE EXCURSION OK THF. WASHING TON YAGERS will take place on MONDAY, Aucust 24th. By order of au 0-3t THK COMMITTF.F. Excursion and pic-nic or THE Second Baptist Church Choir, To Pvr.'s Laimng axd Foxt NYa?hijigtox, On MONDAY, Auguat ltth,1357. The Committee announce that. having chartered the fin" steamer Geokge NVa*hixo 1 "N. an Excursion wni tie riven to t fiej ntiove named places, on MONDAY,' August Wtk. ISil. Nothing will I* left undone to make thu th<? nest plefmant of the season. The Boat will leave ber wharf at the foot ot IUn street at 8li. Navy Yanl at 9. and Alexandria at 9S o'clock a. m., and proceed to Pye's l.andirr. waere it will remain for one or two hours, and ib?n leave lor Fort Washington, where the remainder of the day will l?e spent; returning to the city nt a sens^t.'' t)!e hour in the evening. Refreshments at city prices. Tickets for Adults 99 cents ; Children 12 cents?to lie had of the members of the Ch?ur ?nd Satif s?j? S?'hool.and at the lxv? on themorKing of the Ex cursion. Committee cf Arrant* inents. Henry.K.Marks, StephenCawooil, John Carter. I.. \\ . PifTis, Jas. Hilton, >am'i. Arn?i d. Henrj Stewart, Chis.Sauderson, Cba^. A lien. au 6 3t C"1 RAND MILITARY A CIVIC KXCI SlO\ 1 or THK Union Guards, TO THE WHITE HOUSE PA Vlllf)\. On Tl ESDA \ . Auenst Utti. The I xtox GcaCLs takepleasura in annotinritur to their friends and the public th"t. their Third Annual Excursion will taice place as Hove. The Committee will content themselves U eay?n? it th^llour aim on tuis. as on onr previous on-*, to constitute &i| means in o?r power to add to erioyment of thoae who acoomrany us. Tne Georue Wa?hixctox will imke two tr.p*, atart-n^at 7,4 o'clock and 2H ; returning at 5an?i 9. Wither's Band is enraeed. Tickets ONE DOLLAR ; admitting a gentleman and 'ailies?to lie nad ot an\ ol the members or at the B'at. . CemmitW of Arirtncrnt'tttt. I.ieut. Harrison, OwenO'Hara, Sergt. Lackey, Fraok Red'y. au C-U rpHE>l BLlC GOOD Ol R ONLY AIM. THIRD ANNCM. EXCURSION Union Fire Company, No. 2. TO THE WHITE HOUSE PA YILIO Y, On THURSDAY, AUGUST IJth. The Union Fire Company, No 2, having cnai t?red the steamer George W*?h IX6T0X, will give their Annual Ex cursion to the White House Pavilion* on THl KSJ>A V, A.igust 15th. Tlie uniform fucccss t liat has attended, and t?e ^ood order that has universally prevailed at the pre vious Excursions ot the Cornpanv, auihoriz>-<>ur assumnce that this wdl ra^k No.l with the Excur sions of the season. Refreshments at the usual city prices. Dinneraixi ?u?per lumisbed try an experienced caterer. HiNiini's Brass and Stung Band lias l?cen eri^agr.i. The Boat will make two trips: leaving in the mominf from tieorgctown at 7S. City Whart at .Navy'S anl at 9. an-1 Alexandria at *?H. AHernoon. City Wharl at 2 o'clock, Navy Yard at and AI cxandria at 3; leaving the W hite House at 6 and 1' ,H p. in. Omnibuses wi I leavo the Northern Liberty Mar ket House.ami from the corner of 2>th street and Penn. avenue, iu tnue to reach the Boat at the Cit> \V harf. Committee cf Arramftment*. S. E. Douglass, \V. E. Mastin, W.H.Hmet. J.F.Stretks. J. Bury, J.Vessey. au i-aA.7^.m.n j2 THE CATHOLIC BENEFICIAL TOTAL Abstinence Soejet* of AN ashing ton, annoitnoe with pleasure. t<i th I citizens of the Dintnot, that thnrj First Annual PIC NIC will lie held witiuri the :n. its of the tieorgetown Collece Grounds. ? n MON-rf DAY, August JOth. The Comraitt>^? nave made every arrai.eetnert necessary for the comfort and pleasure of all v ti>? ma\ participate in the enjoyments of the day. The musical arrangements have been confided m Mr. Esputa, Leader ot Esputa's Uunvalied Bsisi. The puiilic ueed no other assuranee of the superi orityofthe Music UD<?n this occawon,as Mr Esputs is known to excell all others in his profession. The Ice Cream, Confectionery, and Refreshrner* department will he under the supeuntendance ol M' Joseph Schaffield, (late foreman at Weaver's. ? No apintous iiuuors will lie allowed upon th? grounds. An ample police force has l?en engaged, hence the best order awl dec< rum will lie preserved. Four large Coaches will leave the corner of K'th and F streets at to o'c'ock, and one every ten min utes after until II o'clock. After that hour every Coach to Georsetowu will oonve> pasaengers to the College Grounds. In all the Coaches the usua! rates of tare will be charged. Admittance to the grounds 25 cents. Tickets can be procured at the Drug Stores ol Dr. NValsh. Navy Yanl, and James N.Caltan, Seventh street: Savage's Hardware Store, from the Oihcers and Menil?ers of the Soeietv. and at tho Colles e Gate on th? morning ol the Pic Nic. an j-d (New6AIutell JEWING MACHIN E. Our Agent, Mr. JOHN PORTER, vwMtstbeCitr of \\ ashing ton, for the purpose ofcxinbitm.' to tfce Ladies of this vieintty. the justly celebrated Wat?ox's ^in I- A vily Sewiwo Maihixe, and also make *alo for Territorial right for the l)i? triet of ColurnUa. Michioew.il tie on exhibitionst McGregor's Store, 9) 7th street, where hew<?w'd invite all persons interested towitnees its operation, au 4-lw* kombinsa cr?. B ALT1MOKECITY MALT HO^SE. A!ALT FOR SALE.?^The undersigned hsvrnt recently purchased the CITY MALT HOI SE, corner of West Falls avenue and Block street, would announce to his friends ard t be pul> jc. that he has it now in full operation, with a large surp > <?? 3 A LT for sale on libera' terms. ' wit 6 3m FHANCIS PEN MEAD OHTO RICO SUGARS. Ac. ?>hhds P<?rto Rico SUGAR and MOLASSL* 6,uon pounds IuumIsomo shoulder BACON ? ?? twwsol Jarvis's superior augar cured HA jit boxes new CHEESE, in good order. J ust received, and for aale by M1DDLETON A REALL. I au6-3t rpOURNAMENT AND FANCY BALL. Tkelirat Tournament and Fancy Ba.l of the aet son wiII come off at the F auauier White Sulphur Springs, on NVEDN ESDAY ami THURSDAV. tho 13tk and 13th Anghst. INGRAM A BAKER, an 6 1w Proprretors. ^IIEAP FAM1L\ GROCERIES. The subscriber offers f*U?AR, OOFFM* " SHOULDERS, FLOUR and EGGS, at No. ?M LEVV H A MS,* SI DKS ami MEAL, BUTTER street, corner of B. au 6-tf ? JOflAS SEDGEVVjCK ON STATUTOKN ANlK-??^ STITUTIONAL LANV, I vol.,sve,, just M* lisbed. riANCK TAtkOl,