Newspaper of Evening Star, August 18, 1857, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated August 18, 1857 Page 1
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THE EVENING 8TAR IS PVBLISHBP btkrt aptbrruor, (EICKPT SUNDAY,) AT the STAR BUILD.N6S. Cfftf ?/ (vomi umd 111* strut, BT w. d. wallach, toil is wr*H to ?alMorihm by oarnen at six AND K ylARTKR cents, payable weekly to be A?n>f W* terved in paekaxea at 37* eenU per mnetk. To ?u? aat?cnber. thee?l?onpU??enoe.s THREE dollars and fifty cent* ? jeer ?? two DOLLAR^ for tlx and one DOLLAR for three month*; for Ml th#n three months at the rate of 12X oente a **^"?1NSI-K copies one CENT. VOL. X. WASHINGTON TUESDAY, AUGUST ?? , -... ?uKin 'u v irv onumry. fC^Sinr le copies (in wrapper*) eaa be eroeered at the counter, immediately after the iMueol the Paper. Price?1Turkic Ckxtb. Po?TM4i>Taa> who act aa acenta will be allowed a eommuiHtn of twenty per cent. A FAMILY JAH. BT A. C. BrRPICK. One* ia a while there uiaj be a household war." when the fault is nil on one side, but this is not generally the case If all the wars of thi*lescriptioncould be thoroughly sifted down, it would he fonnd that the whole trouble has resulted from some slight cause to begin with though this might not always be the case. It is amusing. as well as mortifying, to observe how sympathy can sway the public mind in re gard to such matters, and how ready people are to denounce this one or that one, according as mere sympathy or prejudice may dictate. Among my early friend was a Ned Cruden. He was a steady, industrious, noble-hearted fellow, and one of tho most faithful and true friends. Among our school mates was a girl named Abby Bieknell. She a kind playmate, a warm-hearted companion, and o zood-natured, loring. accommodating friond. When she grew up she became Ned Cruden's wife, and the newly married couple moved away. Some years passed, and we that had been srbnol-mates in youth, had become separated, and amid new scenes and new associations the friends of earlier years were gradually parsing from memory, when one spring, business called me to the village of L , in Vermont. I had been there some days, and was entering a store one afternoon, when I met a man coming out whose countenance was familiar, lie passed on without noticing me. and I went into the store. For some time my mind was busy trying to recall the face I had just seon. but ere I could solve the question, my attention was called to a conversation which was going on among a number of mon who sat on some boxes and barrels in one corner of the store. ?? I know anybody wouldn't susj>ect such a thing to look at him," said a dried up man who was sm-king c pipe, " but it's a fact. I had it frjin his ne.it door neighbor. Ho actually kicked his wife out of the house only three duys ago. ' ?0, they live drefful onhappv,*' chimed in a tall gawkyish looking fellow, who reminded me of an old cider barrel 4*Ned beats her and kick? her the worst kind. ?>neday when I was there to work?ye 3ec wo'd just gono in to din ner?I seed Ned take her by the nap of the reck an' chuck her into the little bed-room By mitey. be was savage, now.you'd better be lieve." " Well, I guess his wife ain t ono of the best women as ever was.'' remarked the third speaker '? <iee-whittaker! I reckon she ain"t," ex claimed a youthful smoker. " My eves shouldn't I like to have the handling of that woman about a month !" And wh?t would ye do?' asked the first speaker, rather dubiously. ? Do' Why, I d trim her down I d lam her manners.'' I reckon sho'd larn you manners, or els<# take the hair out of yer head," observed an r ?' Why. I tell ye she's a perfect satan ?a real sbe-deril?when she gets a goinV I stood and listeaed to the conversation, and ere long I made out that they were talking aoou,, Nea Cruden, and then I knew that it must have been Ned whom I met in the door v*T j 7?" Vur?d. from what I heard, that >ej and his wife lived unhappily together, and the tmng surprised me not a little. If Ned Cruden and Aoby Bieknell make an unhappy match then what sort of people must be re quired for a happy one, I thought to mvself. i knew that Ned was a proud-spirited, inde "^eot fellow. but then what po-sible quality f !u'd Abbj have that should como in contact With this ? I could think of nothing. In short I began to diacredit tho truth of what I had heard On the very next day I found where Ned lived, and called upon him. I found him in his barn, aud he was glad to see me, and after awhile his joy increased beyond all thought of care and trouble. ?? And bow is Abby ?" I asked, after we had conversed on other topics. His countenance fell in a moment, but I could see that he was struggling to hide his real feelings from me. 4 c'A.^c g ho replied at length ** She 11 be glad to aee you." In a little while we wont to the bouse, and when 1 saw Abby, I waa at first struck with the woDdrous change that had been wrought in her countenance. She had grown older, to be sure, but then she looked twenty years older than when I had la*t seen her before. It required bu; a single glance for me to see that there was 'iirn',ul'y s'>tnewhere At length, however, after AN>y had got warmed up. she was as kind and genial as of old, and her eyes sparkled with the wine old fire It was now in the forenoon, and they would not listen to my going away that day Abby fcMured me that tbey had room for true friends, declared that I should not escape her so ?*?ly as to come and go on the same day. I no particular business to call me away. ? 43 8"on ^ I was assured that I should ?av# a pleasant visit, I agreed to atop The afternoon I spent with Ned along tho trout J'u'* r evening we spent at homo. tk?? Vs'?i Wjl1- U) ^ * ^ad UP nay mind Iw I! and.h,< Wlfe wor? g'Hxl *>uls, and tfta. they ou.,Ut U) live huppnjr fo/5ethor An(1 Ct ? Awake to every i * had seen enough to assure n-e that they ware miserable at times. I could trauUt*V'f* ??**? ?d I knew what it mount. "ew al) ?he while bow Ned s thoughts were unning whiie he was silently wishing that his 1?^, he as good as she was then. . J**?1* rea'l Abhy's every thought while plaafant*1 ^oni? might eyer be as bi??Wa' onlT ?"e diM?re?*h!e thing in the tohfcYN m,i! acfu * th? "trong atench of Even i every part of it. ?*? ff rirt*'' "0 atrong of it that I rJurfng' *l 0p*" windo'? time wemJi! S'kT?? morn?Df' breakfast, I to ask iiim 'th . harn, and I resolved * painful < l.hkatklaj Up?n me With belier^vi I Si t*1? reasons, for I to be :n ?!t in? P 'T, Moreover, we used take off- Uu?ate, and I knew be would not .. v , ?** J broached the matter. you a iVw!>U Tl!l e*cu,e me> hut I must ask H I ^ M *iut uneasily as though he knew dav^ r>iae ?tr*n?e "toriea in one of the ^ truth of 32 Je8tfer^- "d I must know tte hri 2 th<i111 1 know you will pardon *^iy, in ^,ou 1 ha*o only a generous had beanT ^v^ on *nd w^at * "And Km* *?"ktd ,ike on? ??ken. inga 13-C"U1C 10 thiS he Uttared'clMP fc*fcd bSlui* f h**."1' fuaring tbat be w" of* ?? To u J1*"1 "Men of it. nrered 4ik*d of publicly thus, ' he an II the ?a?d, as kindly as I could, Joa ruaJt^Ti\ T t^,%hU hrlnd- " ?ow , beat fri,.? Ahby were once felt iure . a,nd when you were married J ?? *"? ?'<x,uM ^ k??? pit J4''? ??1 J"ppy?" he groaned. 441 "hllt her un X ? "DC*' and once 1 U>ngu? v _ p41.1 lt 7?? could only hear her "Bat ??T 1 hav# ,aff*r^i for thto r w there must be some cause ^7 nature v?w tbat Abby is not malignant :S"" <?? ?ll Tell me what ' Wh I' quarrel." **er hi J1 te" -To??- The first difficulty we ring to le. " ?l .D1J P'P6- 6b? *?n t' " w?uldn t U Lrakv .,1" th" "ooa6- (}f ?horUj afr?.r ,k^U ,n that f*"hion. Theu, and af?, . 1 *,II,e m?n ?t work for kitchen ?h^lf n?*r *? ,ai<l our pipea on the them aft*, a ' an when we c^me to look for * the br jw^PP*r-" th,jr w,r?fon?* Iaawa?>iae katw .\Khw I JV*V io th? hre-place, and I fir*t r<)lj I *4 hruk? em up. That was the *ft*r o?e ln 0Br catalogue of troubles, for * ?a u?aro yonB T,ere 00 we had wme talk, I The whole truth flashed upon me now. " Who were those men that workod for vou that day ?" I asked He named them and I recognised three of them as men whom I had seen in tho store "Ism it all, Nad." "And don't you think she is to blame?" ?? Why?you'll pardon me, I know?but I think you wye the first deep cause of trouble. 1 know Abby s taste, and I know that tobacco atnoke is disgusting to her. Why, Ned, as sure as I am alive. I could not live in a house which smelled so strong of tobacco smoke as yours does. Even last iught I had to open my window and sit by it half an hour to get a little sweet air. I have been blamed by my friends several times because I would not allow them to smoke in my house. The smoke of a pipe is a sure sickness to ,ny wife and I will not allow it. Now think of it. Think of your wife?with a uelicato frame, a more sensitive organization than yours?doming into her kitchen and find ing four great, dirty men, puffing out clouds of nasty, filthy smoke, each whiff of which is enough to sicken her and mAke her head ache. And more, too; sho knows that you are aware of her wishes, for she hu laid them to yoa a bund rod time. When you are gone, she sees the pines laying upon her shelf. With an aching head and sickening soul *he looks at them, and knows that she must pass through the ordeal again and j"- herself?she is but a passion and disgust wrought up by passion and tobacco -moke and sho takes the filthy abomination and breaks ft at once. Now, tell me truly. Nod isn t this the result of your pipe?" He looked down upon the barn floor, but cave no amnrer. - " I know it is," I resumed, "and I know that if you would drep it you would restore peace." " Stop, stop," he cried. 44 I can't givo up my pipe just to suit a womiin's whim. I won t bo tied down in that way." Then why not smoke out of doors?" " Suppose it rains ? And then what shall I do in winter ?" , " Why* if you must smoke in winter, let your ' tobacco ginoke go where you make all your other smoke go. Stick your head into tho fireplace 1 and ?m<>kc up the chimney." Ned fairly smiled " I'm in earnest," I added; "for I can as- < ?ure you your pipe smoke is aj offensive to your wife as the smoke of burning wood is to you. 1 But I ask you candidly?how can you expect Abby to be happy when she is continually an- ! noyed by a nuisance which is absolutely sick- i ening to her, and that, too, when it could be i all remedied simply by your taking your pipe out of doors or into tho woodhouse ' And cer tainly you cannot expect a person to be pleas- i ant whun they are continually unhappy. Now mark me. Ned, I don't mean to say that you are alone in the wrong, but I ask you?Do you ! love Abby well enough to forego a little comfort of an evil habit for her real good ?" Ned hesitated. He twico made up his mouth to speak before he made out. I " I" a P?pe offensive to your wife ?" he asked , "Not only offensive, but it is absolutely in- ] junous. She cannot l>e in a room where an old pipe is being smoked five minutes without a ' hoadache. i used to smoke, but at length be came so digusted with the stench which per vaded my house, and moreover I found that my wife was so opposed to it, that I gave it up Her mere fussing about the smoke would never have moved me had I not been assured that she was really annoyed by it. And surely, I thought, if my wifo must *tay in the house ' nearly all tho time, and if her placo of duty 1 must be there confined. I will not, to gratify a ' mere whim, make her suffer. I used, after that, 1 to smoke out of doora, bat it w? not nlwnys convenient, and I gradually gave it up." j Just at this moment one of the neighbors 1 came in, and our conversation stopped. I remained to dinner, and promised to call on them again before I left town. I I did so at tho expiration of a week. I then ] walked out to Ned's place, and got there just after dinner, and I found him on the chonpinjr block, smoking. " 11a ! Ned, ' I uttered, " havo you moved your pipe?" " Don't ?ay a word," ho replied, while a dewv moisture gathered in hiseyei. "I haven't smoked in tho house sinco." " And Abby ?" I said. 441 told her that very night that if she'd never speak a crow word to mo again. I would nevor allow anothor pine to be smoked in our house." " And what did she say ?" "She looked me in the face a moment?I smiled?and then ahe burst out a crying. Sho hung around my neck?told me she d dono wrong?'begged me to forgive her?and?and? wc bad a regular sceno. By the powers ! she's improved alreadv." " I should think she improved at once." said I. "Oh ! I mean in health and looks. She hasn't had a headacho since." W hen I went in I found Abby singing as merrily as a lark, When sho saw me. she dropped her towel and started towards me. She did not speak one word touching the joyful turn affairs had taken beneath her roof; but I knew what that quick, warm grasp meant, and I could read the language oi that glistening tear. I went away shortly after that, and in three years fVom that time I visited L again. My first call this time was upon Ned Crudeu. and again I found him in his barn. Never moved a friend to greet me more quickly. "Ah," I said, as I took his hand, "then you ve given up the pipe altogether." 44 Who told you ?" ne asked. 44 Vou did,' 1 replied. *' Me?I told you ?" 41 Yes. with your breath. It doesn't smell as it did before. 44 What?and was it so bad Ned asked 41 To tell you the truth, Ned, it was; for if there is anything that can make a repulsive mouth, it is an old, black tobacco pipe." 44 Then Abby told the truth. Ilut I've done with it now. Haven't touched a pipe for two years." " And don't you feci better?" " Don't I * I'd like to see the man thatcould hire me to go at it again." We went up to the house, and the first look told the story. The room was clean and sweet, the walls white, and the hearth was free from the filth of tobacco spit. And Abbv?ah, she was Abby once more?Abby of old?nappy and jjyous, and true as steel. And as 1 sat and gazed upon the happy couple, I pondered upon that strange element in human nature whicir%ill make misery and discord more and more, rather than bow one dugree to simple reason. But the good datne's merry voice soon dispelled my deep thought, and 1 wad eonteut to know that in that home, at least, the demon of discord had been exer cised by a very little spirit of reason.?Flag of our Union. Tub Plcq !*oliks ?A Baltimore correspond ent of the New York Herald give* the following at the origin of the tenn "Ping Ugly "A? th* name 'Plug Ugly' has of late berom rather conspicuous, and has become in fact th^ stereotyped synonyme fur rowdyism, bullyistn, and political blackguardimn generally, it may be intermtlng to *ome of your siu/ularly exnres.iive and applicable to the purposes to which it has been applied. It has become th?* rallying cry of a large number of half-grown younc men who either are members of, or who run with, a hook arid-ladder company in this city, rejoicing in tbe more classic and patriotic name of the 'Mount Vernon ? Hard by the head quarters of this fine company there dwelt a vender of segars and to bacco, who was distinguished as being the ugli est man in bis neighborhood His establishment ?Wived the principal part of Its support f om the M uat Vernon boys, and tbe Invariable form cf address, when a plug of his tobacco wo* railed for, was 'Give us a plug. Ugly.' You will at one* Me bow readily the nickname wa? adopted. This may be worthy of reco; d as a historb al cu 11.ji.it v, or a* a note for the next number of 'Notes aud Queries.' " ILr The prize of 100,000f. at tbe last drawing of tbe obligations of the city of Paris has been gained by a cook maid. She'll never scour a pot or wash a dinner plate again FOB REST ASS SALE. FOR SALE.?A vary comfortable three-story BRICK DWELLING, situated on the west side of6th street west, Itetween G and H north. Price $2 000: half in wish, balance in 6, 12, and 18 months; or if all should be paid in cash, a deduction will be made in the price. Apply at No.512(2d story) 7th street. jy 2ft POLLARD WEBB, Agent. 17<OR SALE.?A valuable BUILDING LOT, No. 13, in Square No. fll, containing 9,202 square feet, situated on south side F street north, between 21st and streets west. Apply to POLLARD WEBB, No. 512 7th street. jy 16-tf FARM FOR SALE^iApiece of fine LAND on Rock Creek, in Montgomery county, Md., si* miles from the heights of Georgetown, adjoining the lands of Messrs. Perry, Wood, Bestor, Nowles, Bohrer, and Hawkins. 112)6 acres. A beautiful loca tion; partially improved; new house; 13acres rich creek bottom, and some fine yellow-pine timt?er. It can be divided, if desired. Call and see the premi ses thoie who desire to purchase. je 4-tf FOR SALE.?My RESIDENCE ontheooTnero! New Jorsey avenue and C street south, Capitol Hill, froating on the avenue 162 feet 9 inohes, and on C street Bouth 206 feet 11 inches, and containing nearly 34,000 square feet. mar 8-tf \V. F. PHILLIPS. A VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE. ?For sale A FARM of 543 acres, in Cnlpeper Coun ty. Virginia, one mile from Mitchell's Station on the Alexandria and Orange Rsi'rond. The soil is natu rally excellent, and may economically and easily he improved, so that it will produce as fine crops as are grown anywhere in the United Statos ; I15ncres in heavy timber, much of it suitable for ship timber, for which there are markets to be reached by means of the railroad ; also, a larpe quantity of cord wood that may be sold to the Railroad Company at remu nerative pnoos. The bnildings aroall on a hill, and, with small repairs, may be made comfortable for the rewdenoe of a family The plwoe is well watered, and embraces every desirable convenience. As fine of the joint owners of this Farm now resides in the West, and is determined to sell it, it will l>e sold a great lNvrgain,on very aoooinmodating terms. Persons disposed to purchaso may inquire for fur ther particulars to W. D. WAl.LACH, editor of the Star, Washington City, who knows the prem ises. _ jy 8-tf FOR RENT.?A modern bunt HOUSE, contain ing 12 rooms, oomfortably furnished, ma delight ful and airy location, fronting one of the public res ervations, and commanding an extensive view of the oitv, the river, and Georgetown. It has gas through out ; water and bath room. To a careful tenant the rent will be moderate. Inquiroat 4<M I street, sec ond door from 12th street. je 24-tf K7M?X A. VAN HOOK, Real Estatk Aoknts, 490h Seventh street, below E street, have for sale a number of Building Lots 21 feet front by 18n feet deep, at the very low price of from #75 to J125 each?payable in small monthly instalments of per month. These Lots are situated at Union Town, on the south side of the Auaoostia river, adjoining the Na vy-yard Bridge,and are in every way desirable for persons wishing a chcap, pleasant,and healthy loca tion for a dwelling. Lot holders in arrears are reonested to complete their purchase, and get their deeds; the title to these Lots ik guaranteed free and clear from every possible incumbrance. may 25-3m t^OR SALE OiTrKNT.-THED ESIK ABLE R KS1DENCE on the corner of F and 21 st sts., together with th? Ofoanda surrounding it. The House contains sixteen rooms, has gnu throughout, ind furnace. The stable will l?e sold or rented with the house if desired. The lot the house stands on is fin by 13G feet, but the purchaser can have more land if desired. Amo, for Sale-The LOT OF GROUND on the oorn??r of F and 19th streets, and LOTS on I9th,near F street. Apply to CHUBB BROTHERS. ap 8-tf JJANKING HOUSE OF PAIRO h NOURSE. Keokuk City 8 per cent. Bonds. Kookuk City 1<? per cent. Bonds?short. Davenport, Iowa, in percent. Bonds. St. Louis County 7 per cent. Bonds?short. Lee County, Iowa, c per cent. Bonds. City of Evansville 7 per cent. Bonds?short. The above and other Bonds for sale at such rates is will pay the purchaser at least 10 or 12 per cent. }cr annum interest. All kinds of State. City, Railroad, and other Stocks ml Bonds lioiight or sola. Also, Notes secured by Roal Estate, nogotiatcd orpurchased. PAIRO A NOURSE. Ilr~ I ?!???? ?iiow*>i o? 'i*roHjt? nt the rate of six pT cent, per annum when left for thir?7 h?, . .. onger. jy iA-?m A NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS WHO ARK INTERESTED.?We have now on hand a sup ply of our celebrated Burton and XXX Ales, which were brewed to our own order, expressly for the lonthern trade1 and which, we will guarantee to keep ?ny length of time, even in the warmest of weather. All lovers of good Aie can i>e accommodated with the above at our Depot, 57 Green afreet. George town, D. C. ARN Y Sc SII1NN. jy 22 NEW GROCERY. WINE, AND LIQUOR STORE. The subscriber begs to inform his friends and the public, that hohaaopened a NEW STORE, corner of 12tli street and Louisiana avenue, whore he in tends to keep constantly on hand a large and \aried assortment of Foreign and Domestic WINKS, LI QUORS, CIGARS, and FINE GROCERIES, consisting of Fine Teas, Sugar, Coffee, Flour, Soap, Olives, Raisins, Figs. Sardines, Anchovies. Otard, Marrett A Co., I'inet A Co., and Col. Cnaliard's Brandies in oases, demijohns, and casks. Old Ja niaioa Rum, Sherries, Madeira. Port of various de scriptions, St. Julien Claret, Chateaux Margaux in nasps, Ctiampa^ne Cider. Brandy Fruits, Reynold's Edinburgh Ale, Annisette, Maraschino, Curacoa, Ahsynt be, Champagne, and a large aud varied de scription of Havana Cigars. Also, Stoughton Bitters, and Fever and Ague Bitters. Porter, Ale. and Cider. Families are particularly invited to oall and exam ine the stock Ix'fore purchasing elseWhere. Mem tiers of Congress are also informed that their orders will tie promptly attended to, and delivered at their residences at the shortest notice. A general assortment of fine Havana Cigars, im ported direot by the subscriber, at wholesale and re tail Canal Boats supplied on reasonable terms, and produce taken in exchange. Levy's Old Whiskey, constantly on band, of 1B4<?. Country orders punctually attended to, and ooun try produce of all descriptions received on consign ment. JONAS 1?. LEVY, je 8-tf No. 554 Twelfth street. JNTERESTING TO FAMILIES. The following extract from a New York cannot fail to l>e interesting. In referring to the receipts of Teas in this country for one Sear up to3"th ultimo, it sa)s they will tio Hymn pounds short or the imports of the year end ing June30, lftofi, and that "The advance in black teas. Oolongs, mime last feoeinber, has l>cen fifteen cents per pound; and oung Hyson Teas, of low and medium grades, have experienced an advance of one hundred per ocnt. over last season's closing prices. "It will thus be seen that tho strong and rapid advance in the tea market has been the result oft. short-supply and aotive demand ; but when it is con sidered that we may hear at any moment of the en tire suspension oi shipments at Shanghai, and. in (act, that, as soon as a sufficient force from England arrives at the seat of war, all live ports of entry in China, will probably lie placed under strict blockade, it would not l>e surprising to see Teas at a muoh higher figure than they have yet attained." In view of these facts, we hold out very great in ducements for families to lay in their supplies of Tea ?o*. KING A BURCHELL, tell-tf Comer Vermont ave. and 15th street. M. H. HEYL, HO US a SAINTER ASD GLAZIER, Will thaukfully receive and promptly and neatly ex ecute any wrdors in his line with wnich his friends and the public may favor him. Orders can lie left at No. 484, corner 6th and C sts.,or at Ridenour's Con fectionery Store. No. 804 Pennsylvania avenue (north side) bet ween 9th and 10th streets. Those who may intrust work to him may rely on its being executed with neatness and dispatch, aud at the lowest rates, je y> 2m UMPHRIES A JUNNIMAN, On Fourth street east, between E and F, Capitol Hill, have fitted up their place, which will be open daily to visitors, and every Monday afternoon tor those who wish to engage in the English Quadrilles or German Waltzes, will find an opportunity to do so there. Welter's Band has l>oeu engaged for the sea son. and will be in attendance. They have on hand and constantly making the parest I<arger to be obtained in the oitv. je 17-3m QIU\ ADDITIONAL COPIES OF "ROSALIE OUU the Prarie Flower," just received. Tins is the most popular song ever published. Sent by mail free of postage on receipt cf twenty-five oents in letter stamps. _ |y? JOHN F. ELI.IS. ONE PIANO AT *25; 1 at $37; Sat ?5?; 1 at ?75: 1 at JtlOO: 2 at 912S: 2 at AlS". All good ?eoond-nand Pianos,at JOHN F. ELLIS , au 8 3?> Pann.ave., t*et. 9th ami 10th sts. /^OING OFF AT COST.?As the season has ad VI vareed we will sell our remaining stook of REFRIGERATORS at oost. Our stook of FURNITUREand HOUSE KEEPING GOODS is very large, and prioes lower than ever. _ ? McGREGORA CO, jy 9 eo6w _ _ N o. 630 7t h street._ ONE SECOND-HAND MELODEON VERY low. Also, five new ones, for sale or rent upon reasonable terms. JOHN F.ELLIS, au R 8u6 Penn.ave.. b*t. 9th and 10th sts. ? D ENTAL ANNOUNCEMENT. Dr. R. FINLEY HUNT has resumed folly the practice of DENTISTRY, at his old offioe^apg^ and residence, No. 3! 0 north side of PennmJlU? sylvaniaavenue, l*etween Ninth aud Tenth**' ' lXi streets. au 3-2w* Mclaughlin a co.a reselling goods very low in order tonflke room for their exten sive Fall Stock. an 7 EDUCATIONAL. rJ,HE UNION ACADEMY. 7Tn?/^KuI*r 'J"1'?* Wl111)6 resumed September 1st. A r p AaDf!, 1 ""Cipal, A. G. Wilkinson. Am(., Asst.^ A. Zappojje, Mod. I^an. Mr. PU"'UNION FEMALE ACADEMV. A *??"?? .PriD-' Mi*?M-J-WlLCOX.AMt., a. zappo!hk, mod, languages. _ au .3-eolm V"OUN0 LADIES SEMINARY, * l orner Montgomery and Dunbarton sts.. w Gkoroktowx, D. C. Mrs, Gen. WHEELER, Principal. TuP,diUtUf Vf 'n*1'1"1'"" will be resinned on T' ^Ptembor 1st, when a share of the public patronn.ee 1R respectfnlly solicited. P _sn '4-eotSeptl5 C*l'i.vK?r.0.>VN FEMALE SEMI A K V torih? RKNT.-Tlu. institution,! so dief i? a cl,L"8 Quinary for young la pretirredn>S vacan1, u otfere^ for sale or rent,(sale 'h #-** English, by whose efforts it was bnilt np r5.w^ ",a,ly ,8*r8 Prosperously and usefully o..n t" relmvlh'n8e*??n<? of impaired health, desires irith it responsibility in connexion la^eeil"i',</'ng8 ?rla.oomniod'o us and furnished for a I/I i^r^lnK flnf' ^av school. r?V?*lnl .*n,T ***?'" whose character is a guarantee >t,n,rMV7' open it as such early in

?i f ' a.nuZn r ? PUP''8 will be secured and the oomrnunitT here aooommodaled. h-'i.,.?Jlr,"p,>"rtunity ,8i Prot*'>ly n? whore else to he found for success in a like undertaking. "E^^RSON, Agent, "I g(l|fS English, Georgetown, D. C. Select family school for young LADIES, ENGLISH AND FRENCH, J\o. 300 F street, Washington, D. C. Pnnoipal DONALD MACLOED, A. M.. Univw slt>rof>|asg<?w, formerly Head Master of Ravcns ?r?DK V>i5,,k0 And Ashwood School, and Professor LisUt'ute"0 Lettres in the Columbia This School will be opened on the second Monday :?f Septemlter next, for the reception of a limited R??rduig Pupils and Day Scholars, who will f?e treated, in all respects, ns members of the I rincipal s family. The design is to otter to youne w'les from a distance all tint is included in the name :L"rv>"' t"'u',ex<?'i ,othe 1>V Scholars the id vantages of Home influence. The Sessions will bexin on the second Mor.day of September and first Monday of Kebriiar*, in <Uch fear. The vacations will extend through the months July and August. Circulars containing full information may l>e ob njned at thn principal U?okstores, and wifl i?e for ward e<l by mail, to any address, on application. ftU 8-tf L^EMALE ENGLISH AND KRRNCH COL T LLGIATE INSTITUTE. ,, ? ? Washixgtox, D. C. "i*am Corson. Principal, in charge of EugUsh *?,- assicai Departments. ?*"?? M *e. C. Rolmv Corson. Teacher of French. >paiush. and German, Drawing and Painting. M i.le Mathilde Emilie Rollin, Assistant 1 Richer of h reneh. ..' he duties of thin Institution will bo resumed on Mon lay. the 7t h of September, 1.1Y7. Circulars can be obtained at the Book and the Music Stores. jy 31-1 in* Emerson institute, ti street, between \ith and 13/A. Select Classical and Mathematical School " a,. ,, J*0* Boys. riio Exercises of this Institute will be resumed *epteml>er 1st. The number of pupils is limited, t or further particulars address au 4-1 in # CHAS.B. YOUNG, Principal. rjKORGKT()\VN CLASSICAL AND MATH .pi , EMA riCAL ACADEMY. ^eptemberTW]' Institution will t>e resumed n 7-2awtf P. A. BOWKN. Principal. l\I vR ^iiH.?<,L,,FOK YOUNG LA T' I.391 11 Htreut? '<ctween 13tli nnd Nth O, ,WC8 ' Wl" re-?pen on MONDAV, Septem jy 8-law.l<w * pULPEPER FEMALE SEMINARY. ^,tn, i . VCLPEP1KK. Court House, Va., Lndcr the Instruction and Superintendence of the .MISSES F OHMkKKT. This School will be reopened on the 1st of Sep einher, 1H57, lor the reception of Boarders and a few lay >cholars. The object in view is to extend to all rho app.y and are admitted, a thorough and useful duoation. No pfjins will be witf held from riving l*A IT'V LsWilJi* until intklMiubioiia uo Mill iuiai . nein for every duty and emergency of life. While he omamenta.1 branches will not oe neglected, the solid and fundamental principles of heart and head xln cat ion will be the special objects of as id nous at ention. Female education has now taken such a firm hold >n public attention, that, to proclaim its advantages, rouid be to portray a degree of ignorance not com patible with mtxlern improvement. The elevating nfluence of female education is felt and acknowi ?dgedby every admirer of female excellence; hcu fate ihcn, no longer, to Itestow on vour daughters hose advantages that are indispens'ible to their ad ancement and success through life. As the School increases, the number of Teachers wiII l?e also increased; thereby securing every aux liary to tho rapid advancement of the Student, -.very effort will be put forth to maintain the high one and character of the School. Appropriate hours will be set apart for study and laily exercise. The discipline will be mild ana per ii&sive, but very firm. Two Saturdays arc appoir.t ?d every month for tho girls to visit and make pur nas^s. I lie Gospel is preached from four ditferent mlpits.allording to cach tho privilege of attending ho Church of her choice. No influence will Iw ex rted to control the religious prnjudices td? tliepu uli. While piactical Christianitv will form the ?asi* of their instruction, the selection of Churches nd Saliliath Schools will be submitted to the decision >1 parents and supils?the variety of religious priv le^es here, will not fail to otter satisfaction to all. No Scholar will be taken for a shorter term than ive mon'l.i ndmnMon wil' beobtiinrd'any timedur ng tne session, and charged oiily froin the time of intraiioe. Half tho tuition ard tn>arding fee must l?e paid in tdvance, in order to oover the expenses of the <choo!. Tekms For Ten Months, Hoard, (including fire and lights) $120 no English branches for advanced Scholars an no Knglish branches for small Scholars 25 on VIusicon Piano 3> 00 ITse of instrument 10 oo French in wi IVashiiig extra. No deduction made but in case ol protracted sick less. References, Rt. Rev. Bishop Johns. Alexandria, Va. Rev. Thomas Leave!!, Madison county, Va, Rev. Mr. Earnest, Orange oounty. Va. Rev. John W. George,Culpeper, Va. Rev. Job. Carson, " " Rev. John Cole, " ?' Dr. Alex. Pavne, M " Chas. E. Lichtfoot, Esq., 14 Thomas S. Aloocke, Esq., " " Belfield Cave. Esq., Mndison county, Vr. Thomas A. Robinson, Esq., Orange county, Va, I)r. Edwin Taliaferro. " ?? lion. John S. Pendleton, Culpeper county, V?. Judge R. H. Field, r* ? Dr.C. W. Ashby, " " Dr. Alfred'riliaferro, " 4? " Kdward B. Hill, Esq., L/P. Nelson, Esq., ** ?? ?? Col. John B. Baldwin, Staunton, Va. Instructions on the Guitar, in Drawing and Paint ing will be given by a competent Teacher, should a 3las8 sufficiently large l?e formed. au fi lin Yolng ladies institute. EXfiLISH AXU FRENCH. No.490E Street, Washington, D. C, The sul<oril>er has taken charge of this Institution, lately under the oare of the Rev. S. II. Mirick:the sourseof instruction will be thorough, and will not liner from that pursued by the former Principsl. The Scholastic year willbegin on the seooiMi Mon lay of Septemlier, and close on the lost Friday of June in each year. A limited numl>er of pupils will l>e received into the family of the Principal, ami every effort will be made to rentier them comfortable and hsppy. Circulars can he obtained at the principal l>ook stores, and at the residence of the j?rinoiiwtl. CHARLES H. NORTON, A. M. The subscriber takes great pleasure in recommend ing to his late patrons and to the puWio, Mr. C. H. Nortonjts a gentleman am ply qualtfaed to take charge of tho Young Ladies Institute. au 3-eolm 8. H. MIR1CK. ITN1TED STATES PATENT OFFICE, v* Washinoton. Augnst4.1M7. Un the petition of Moses S. Woodward, of Chester county. Penn.. praying for the extension of a patent granted to him on the 4th day of December, 1843, for an improvement iii "carnage brakes," for seven years from the expiration of said patent, which takes place on the 4th day of December, 1867: It is ordered, that the said petition be heard at the latent Office on Monday, the 29d of November naxt, at 12 o'clock m.; and all persons sre notified to appear and show cause, if any they have, why said petition ought not to be granted. . Persons opposing the extension are required to file in tne Patent Office their objections, specially set forth in writing, at least twenty days before the day of hearing ; all testimony filed by mther party to be used at the said hearing must l>e taken and transmit ted in accordance with the rules of the Olhoe. which will be furnished on application. The testimony in the case will be closed on the 13th or Novemlier; depositions and other papers relied pppn as testimony mnst l>e filed in the Offioe on or w.Vk!* ? ",'orn'n1* of ?i>at day; the&rguments.ifanj, within ten days thereafter. Ordered, also that this notioe be published in the Lnion, National Intelligencer, and Star, Washing ton, D. C.j Republican, Baltimore, Md.; Penneylvs """V 1P hiladelphia; Daily News, New York; and rost, Hoston; once a week for three successive weeks, previous to the ?)d of November next, the day of hearing. s. T- stiugert, Aotiag Commissioner of Patents. P. 8.?Editor* of the above paper* will please copy, and send their bills to the Patent Office, with a pnper containing this notioe. aug 5-law3w Summer Retreats, Ac. UYGEIA HOTEL, Th.. mn?l H.I ??,NT COMFORT. Va. df'1*h,/n|l Summer resort?the " bright particular locality of *11 thesunuy South"-* .. A i* J*f so e property of the under-fiftm# signed, and will he opened on the 1st ofXijiflr 7 iwoMinre June foliiTwTnJri engage to make it to the seekers for health. rccrea (?nr*!LSi??. * living, supremely attractive. tor health, no mountain retreat can U safer at amy ',*J "!arv 11 '??* exempt from disuse August ,u? September and October as in April. May JJL, ? "?' the brst three are infinitely the ?h- !??. ? " <?.,he 8Wl?on- The weather is milder, the sea ?>reexe hahnier, and the luxnnos of the salt water aro to be had of finer quality and in greater -h'Vr'T;. . er* '? n,? m'jre inviting spot on the It is strieUy true of it what the poet hath said : H ?h i'th1.^5,5 SD Klr,,um on ?*rth'11" tl"B' it ..P?- Archer. Jarvis, and other army surgeons at J|? P0*1, H?n-, Dr. Francis Mallory, l)rs. Semple, She, d Hope, and Vaughanjuid indeed the whole medical Faculty resident in tho vicinity of tort .Monroe, ail certify that they "hare Merer knoirn a rasr of billions or new and fevr to ori xinatf tktrfi, and that at all season% it ts the kealtkt'U *pot on tk' fact of tht earth." (See PUn?? ,n Southern fianter, and A rnerioan F armer.) may 22-dfiw& lawgm JOS. SEG A R. Proprietor. JJLAK1STONE'S PAVILION. i place of resort will l?e opened on the ist ot July for the accommodation of visitors. The proprietor has engaged a tine CotillonfiS Hand for tho season, and with his splendid Ball?* Koom offers great inducements to the lovers of the ?taiiee, wlnle those of more quiet humor m?v find different amusements at the Bowline Alley or in r i^ninf, nc? f"he Luxuries of the Potomae and good Liquors will he constantly on hand. H Tins is known to he one of the healthiest places on the river, near Rlakistone's Island. .T,W11 * celebration on the Fourth of July. !i <5?i 111* * Cotillon on the Zid of July, 13th andi 27th of August. " The steamers Colnmbiaand Maryland leaves pas sengers on every Wednesday a?-d Saturday's, and returmux on every Sunday, Tuesday, and Fridays. Tlie steamer Kent leaves Baltimore ?t ft o'clock mornings evenings, and returns on Wednesday Post Office?Milestown. St. Mary's eounfy, Md. ?h^Y"'?25perd,*T..l'lra week or longer: flJO for - ofM'l1?' UEO* VV- B LA KISTON K. je 24-2m Proprietor. Watches, Jewelry, &c. \V eichler, ?L .. . Mo.WI SETEXTH STREET, ticxi! SSfcHjfflt & J E WF, T R v a*SOrt mf>n 1 "f AT(;H KS andsfclg WATCHES, jewelry, i k>vn ? . AND SILVER WARE. JKU'KI,K\" ?.f evm description, ????* u- ?' I have just tiiusiKd (on t he promises) a venr laree assortment of PI KE SILVER WARE, among which may befonndaSOLIDSILVER TE \ KKT superior to anything before exhibited in this nll.rt. wei?ht of which is 125 ounces, capacity 9 *4 uarr 8 ? Both citizens and strangers are invited to call and ^ess"?* QO, ? h- hood, |e,g Paavs.. near ??th street. J^EW JEWELRY AND WATCHES. ? ?iM** .IIO?^ returned from the North, And has brought: ona fine N?t of FaHiuonable rniT*'iSiiriA??,Uriil,ant"? Plain V <: it . A-*'"* ? -^!sn' n cood Jiswortrn^ntl of hno GOLD and SILVER WATCIILS. some very superior time keepers f<.r ladies and sentlemers A H I liav?;i pVJPj'S'S? a?rpat ^riety oisTAND AJf.V v'v AKK of hits own make, warrar. ted the best quality and will be sold verv low. Picase <?li and examine goods and prices at No. 338 Penn. Av., sicn of the Large Spreatf F.a?le. jy jn pROGHKSS IN THKFINK ARTS. Paistisg and Photography Combiwed. photo graphtc portraits. In Oil Colors, on Canvas, M1J5IAITRE OR Size or Lif*. fi WALKER'S " ,1 ii '* n ' *? * ?>? ; ? ?jj u Odeou Ball, corner 4>? st.and Pennsylvania avenue, -WALKER has fitted up the abo\*e spacious apartments at a very great outlay of capital, thereby rendering his establishment one of the most com plete and handsome in the whole country. He lias ? ?.C, .* er> iorSr?f exhibition of upward of hne Oil I aintings, by some of the l>est nncient and modern masters, to which he intends to add fresh importations. S. Wai.ker hasalso fitted upa ct?m plete suit of rooms, with private robing apartments lor ladies, ar.d purchased the finest possible instru ments, and engaged a first class operative artist to "n'oVwx sfAWfraftWwm? svarij if ? iUERREOTYPE PUR THAI TS, from the stnmlfest miniature to ttze of lift. S. Walkkr. by combining the Photographic Pro cess with the art of Pamtiug. of which he has had Z> jears rxperience. and whose specimens of life size portraits may be seen in some of the first fami lies of the city, as well as those exhibited in his (?allery, he wifl be able, by th*? combination of the .V*llL Ptoducc portraits that have never been ex celled for theirfiilelity and life-like exoression. Can the purpose* prepared by himself expressly for Particular attention paid to the painting of Por traits. Aliniature orlife-sixc, from small pictures of deceased frien<h. Photographs taken from oorpses. or sick persons at lll6ir own resi^ences, on immediate no Committees and classes taken in any numl>er in at'r easo nat!!^la r "s''J ?f ??pie8 frora t"e ka,I,c *old Likenesses painted on Copper for Tomb Stones. Valuable Oil PaintinRs, and Old Family Portraits, freshness bucd aud restored to their original jztrj J&n*r.nt,ftrn?n ?re respectfully solicited to call at the Gallery, over Shillington's book store entrance 4y? street, two doors from Penns>lvania avenue. __jyll-6m_ RaXtRBD PHYSICIAN whose san<ls of f lile have neany run out, discoverc<l while in the #l.ast Indies, a certain cure for Consumption, # A* h,T' B?*i?itis, CouKhs, Colds, and (ieneral f -uU uy* i 0LrT'.,,ad^ waB discovered by lain I when his only_ child, a daughter, was piven up to I die. tie had heard mutsh c?f the wonderful restor ative and healing qualities of preparations made from the East India Hemp,and the t nought occurred to him that he nnRht make a remedy for his child.? He studied hard and succeeded in realizing his w.sh es. his child was cured, and is now alive and well. He has since administered the wonderlul remedy to thousands of sufferers in all parts of the world, and he has never failed in makine them completely heal ci l "APPy? lshinr to aoas much good km p<?? ?ihle, he will send to buoTi of his afflicted fellow-be ings as request it, this rocipe, with full and explicit directions for making it up, and successfully using l,1; H* reqmres each appficant to enclose him one shilling?three oents to be returned as postage on the recipe, and the remainder to be applied to the pay ment of this advertisement. Address Dr.H. JAMES, No.lSGrand street, iu n r?. u , ^ Jersey City, N.J. . Ij,' *?? ,Pr> H* James has neither office nor agen in New \ ork as some liave pretended and advi tised. The recipe is sent from noplaoebut ' 19 Grand street, Jersey City, >ew Jersey. may 2H-Sin At a ciRcriT coi'rt held for ciT^ PEPER COUNTY, Va? at the Court-Houw lliereof, on Monday, the 8th day of June, IS57: Ambrose P. Hill, in his own right and as adminis trator of !? ranees fr leld, PlaimtifT. against D*o* Field, Joha P. KeHy, and Mary, his wife, William H,.Field, John Field, Ueary H. Field, Thomas Hill.jr., trustee of Khza J. Robertsard lhos.O. b lint,puanliann?//e6i<*)? of?Field, iniant child of Alltert Field, Defendants. I pop. consideration of the Court, it was ordered that tins cause l>e referred to one of the Commis sioners of this Court, to report to the Court wli*t has been done bv Ambrose P. Hill in execution of a former order of this Court, appointing him Com missioner to sell certain slaves, mentioned in tho bill referred to in said order, and also to ascertain if the said slaves have been sold b> the said A. P. Hill whether or not he has received the purchase money' and, if he has, what disposition he has made of it! with the vouchers for such disposition, all of which shall be reported to the Conrt. NOTICE.?The parties interested in the al>ove report, ordered to be made to the Conrt, will take notioel have appointed WEDNESDAY, the 2d day ? >er* ,,iy J'ffioe, in this place, at ten o clock a. m., to state and report to the Court the aooounts referred to in the above order. They will p>ease attend with their papers and witnesses. jPpO. T. THOMAS,Commissioner of the Circuit Court of Culpeper county. Culpeper Court-house, Va., August i, 1"W7. anii 3-'aw4t NOW IS THE TIME TO BRINK MALT LIOL ORS.?ARNV A SHINN are the only ones in fhe District who have stock PORTER and ALE, and always have a supply on hand: so give them a trial. Leave your orders with the drivers, or at their Union Bottling Depot. No. 67 Green street, Georgetown. D. C iy 28 RAILWAY CLASSICS, newaud beautiful edi tions. at fifty cents per vo.ume, now ready. Irvinf's Sketch- BookV " Tales of a Traveller. Salmagundi, or the VVhun whams and Opinions of Launceiot l^angstalf. Esq., and others. . The above series, in course cf publication, (which !n typographical excellence are unsurpassed.) will laefude all the popular works of Washington Irving at less than half the original puUislitd prioos, r or sate at , TA\ LOR A MAURY'S Bock*tor?, l>" '4* near9th street P'ANOS FOR RENT. Ot heVfil.*^ PSUKS111.- * f?.? per month, other fine PIANOS at various pr:c/>s IUH JOHN Fe ELLIS,906 Pa ar#. ? pay ) en f er M 7 Pianos, Ac. f^OLD MEDAL PREMIUM i* PIANO FORTES. WILLIAM KNABE. < Senior partner in lb* late lirm of K.nare, Gaehle A Co., Continues tbe manufacture and sal* of trand ud square PIANO FORTES, under Mte wune?-5*^^ of William Knabe A Co., at the old stand. |BfB9 Nob. 1, S, b and 7 North Kutaw street op- ?Tl 111 posite tli* Eutaa House, Baltimore. The* have also jn?t opened a new Sa'es Room at No Baltimore strict, Iwfveen Charles and Light streets, on the premises partly occupied l>y Mr Henry Metlalery as a muaic store, where they will keep constantly on baud a larfe assoitment of piaia and hirhly-finished gran<1 a?-.d square Piano Fortes alao, Melodeons. from the best makers. from 4to( octave. some with double key taiards. double reeds, an I stops to suit small churches. Bemg exteusivel) engaged m the manufacture o Pianos, we will sell wholesale and retail, on tbe not liberal terms. Our Pianos were awarded the highest premmm (fold medal I at the Fairs of the Mary land Institute two successive years?October, MBA, and iPJfc? in op position to fourteen and eighteen pianos from soma of tbe best makers from New York, Boston and Bai tunore. We were also awarded tbe first premium at tbe Industrial Exhitation held in Richmond, Vir fniia. I8S6 and 1MB. The* hare also t^en awarded he highest premium (silver medal; st the Metro politan .Mechanics' Fair for 13.77. In addition to this we are in possession of tesftmo maik from the most distinguished professors and amateurs 111 the country. which can he seen at onr warerooms, speaking for themselves and others of the high appreciation in which our instruments are ?very where held. Ah instruments are guaranteed for five years, and a privilege of exchange is granted within the first six mouths from the day of sale if the instruments do not give entire satisfaction. Wholesale dealers will find it to their advantage to cive us a oall before purchasing. Pianos exchanged, hired, and tuned. mar 16-ly WM. KNABK * CO. 11HRKK BEAUTIFUL HANOI* received tki day from Boston. Also.three very fine?_ second band Pianos, hut little used, wv<" |EG3S9 octaves, roseviN*! oases, will lie sold at great??I *? I Wireains, at our Piano Forte. Mclodo.in, ar^l M unto Warerooms, l-etween 8th aud IOth atcoets. No. 916. Je4 _ __ JOHN F. ELLIS. piANO FORTE INSTRUCTION. Mr. W. H. PALMER oontinues to ad4 new mera f*>rs to his c'asaes. Apply to Mr. PAL MKR, at his Rooms over Farnham'a. Bookstore, Tuesday, Wednesday, Fri-* day, and Saturday, lietween ?and b p. m. Terms l|j per quarter. np^Vtf 'PUREE NEW AND BEAUTIFUL PIANOS I AT GREAT BARGAIN'S. Those. Pianowhavc l~ en used but a .?nort time ! \? careful persons, we will warrant the in,' LiknoJd Pianos in exchange. Ac. Twoof them are fulls^ven octaves, finely finished rosewood cases, and of exquisite tone and touch,one u only a six octave. These Pianos, purchasers may safely rely npon as being truly great Inrgains, and they will do weM to call aud see them, at our extersi\e Piano Waie roonis. No. JUb, between IHh and loth. je 1" JOHN F. ELLIS, ICE. LJ. MIDDLETON, ? ICE DEALER. Office and Depot?Southwest oorner of F and 12th Streets. Washington. as ll-tf ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!?The undersigned respectful ly inform his friends and the public generally, that he is now prepared to tarnish .ami'ies and others) through the season> with the best qua.ity of ICE, delivered in any part of Washington and George town, and guarantees to give entire satisfaction. Orders to l>e left with K(dwell A Latkenck corner lith street and Pennsylvania avenue; Geo. F.Kidwkll A Co., 14th street; J. B. Moors. Drug gist, Penna. avenue, bstween l?*th and 2"th streets ; G*orgeSikt2.N>w Vorkavenue, between 10th and lltb streets; Kobt. A. I'avne, Druggist, oonar 4th and Mass. avenue: and with the subscriber. No. 3 First street, Georgetown, where loe oan be had at all tiroes. ap7-tf T. N. KI DWELL. Dentiitry, &c. NsssT IhENTISTRY. IJ DR. STEPHEN BAILV, Office No. 198 Pennsylvania AvxirrK, \Atk Ktvt Dr. BAILY bars leave to inform the public that he can l>e seen at all hours,st his office, located asalntve. He feels assured that an experience of fifteen years' praetioe, with the large number of patients, and great variety of difficult oases that he has treated success fully, will enable him to surmount any difficulty, scientific or otherwise, relating to the Teetn. His own experience confirming the opinion of many men eminent in the profession, and especially Drs. ftarn? and J. and E. Parmly, has led bim. long since, todis card all mercurial preparations for filling Teeth, a.so all Enamels, Gutta Percba, India Rubber, and Ce ments lor the construction of Continuous Gum Teeth, and that Porcelian, mounted on Gold Plate, is the only reliable substance that can be worn in the mouth. aa was most conclusively sbown by the last American Dental Convention. A; though he dalters himself from his long rest* dence and praetioe in Washington, be is favorably known to his uinnerots friends and patrons, he begs leave to refer them to the following TESTIMONIALS: From the late Rector ol the Church of Epiphany of this city Dr. Stephen Qaily: Dear Sir?I desire to express my esteem foryfu personally, and my confidence in you as a superior dentist. The operations executed for me have tw*n highly satisfactory. I hope that yon inay receive the patronage from my friends and the public that your skill so well deserves. Yours verv truly, Washington, Aug.26,1M6. J. W. FRENCH. From one of the oldest firms in Baltimore, Messrs. Boggs. Cotman A Co. Having employed Dr. Stepheu Baily. Surgeon Den tist, of Washington city, to execute for me an lin portautand difficult piece of work, which he did to my cutira satisfaction, and in view of the fact thit one of ths most distinguished membersof the Dental College of Baltimore, failed, after repeated trials, to perform the same work satisfactorily, it gives uie ?treat pleasure to express my entire oonfiaenoe and null estimation of Ins professional skill. Baltimore, Jan.L2,1857. HARMANN BOGGS. Extract from a note received from the late Hon. John M.Clayton. I*. S. Senate, Ang. 19,185*-. The teeth vou made for me work admirably ; noth is oould be better. Very gratefully, JOHN M. CLAYTON. 1IU To thoae 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 familv, and plugged several teeth for myself, and the work has all stood well for moretiian ten years. ROBERT T. NIXON, of the Va. Conf. of the M. E. Church South. April 19,1856. We, the undersigned, having had oooasion to avail ourselves of the professional skill of Dr. S. Ba. *. Surgeon Dentist of this city, or {iavmg been nognit ant of his operations on our famines or frieuds. take pleasure in expressing our admiration of his artistic skill, as well as of tbe uniformly satisfactory manner in which he perforins the most delicate and difficult operations in Dental Surgery ,and we respectfull* re oommend him to the confidence and patronage of the public, of which we consider him eminently worthy. Thomas U. Wai.te*. Architect U. S. Capitol. Thomas Miller, M. D.,of Washington, D. C. R. S. Bohree, M. D. of Georgetown, D. C. . S. Lincoln, M. I)., of Washington, D. C. Jos. H. BRAi>i.EV,of Washington. D. C. Geoege WaLtos, Ex-Governor ??f Florida. W*lteb Lenox, Ex-Mavorof Washington. Henry Baldyvin, U.S. Patent Office, O. C. W10HT, Principal Ritteuhouse Academy, fob 20 tf DR. VILLARD. DENTIST, LATE OP CHI CAGO, would respectlully inform thecit-^?-*Ci isens of the Distnct and vicinity, that hav-mJs^3 ing bKsated himself in Washington, he ii<^ii??J now prepnred to perform all operations in bis profes sion, in the most approved style. Office, No. 250, Penn. avenue, adjoining Gautier's jan 20 lx rpHE IMPROVED SETSOF TEETH. DR. LOOM IS, the inventor and pal an tee of '*Loomis' AliHrral Plat. Tftk," having, suooessfui y introduced Ins improvement , various cities, has now permanently estab Ushed hunselr in Washington. This improvement for Sets of Teeth oonsists chief ly in makmg a set of but one piece of material, and tVit indestructible mineral. No metai is used in tbeir construction, and they are therefore free front galvanic action and metalic taste. There are no joints to beoome filled witii moisture or particles of food, hence they are pure and titan. They are lishter. stroneer. less elnmsy. far more durable, and natural in their sppearanoe. 1 will rive a reward of One Thousand Dollars to any oue who will produce a similar work of art to ??ual mine in purity, beaut), durability, artistic excellence or any other raauis.te quality. All work responsibly warranted. ?76 Penna. avenue, between 11th and 12th streets. ap lS-lr R. C. S. GOODMAN, SURGEON DENTIST, and I) H MAwrracTrEEB or Aetivhmal Teetb.? His complete arrangements anal :ns him present the followinc reasonable prioea: -XT Entire Upper Sett Teeth, on Gold Do do do on Silver 12 to J One or more, on Gold. j to Do on Silver. 1 to Killing, Extracting, Removing Tarter; also. R? pairing at the same reasonable rates. All operation executed in such a manner as ta give every satisfac tion. Offioe oorner Kth street and avenue. ap 3 Clt^CuRmbJruSd C?5.L'~NoW *'*??????.??> fy 27 oorner6thiuid B^u!5?p^!n* 1 oJl'5hote!.