Newspaper of Evening Star, August 22, 1857, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated August 22, 1857 Page 1
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THE BVKN1NU STAB PriLllHKD BTXKT irTKIMOORi {MIC KPT BOND AT,) AT THE STAR BUILDINGS, Cirmvr ?/ Ptmtuvlvmmim mwm, md 11 f* Mr Ml, Br W. D. WALLACH, wmJ is served to aabsorioer* by oamers at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable waektp to fee A cents; papers servec1 m peek**** ?t T7H mti per month. To m&ji subscribers thesubaonption pnoe<* THRtK DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTt ? jmr n TWO DOLLARS for tlx ?oatAs. an4 ONE DOLLAR for three months; for 1m* than three month* at the rata of 11? oenta a VMt. IZTSINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. THE AQUEDUCT OF SEGOVIA. [Froni the German of Rosalie Koch.] Segovia, a father important town in Spain, is remarkable for an aqueduct. 200 feet high and 2,feet long, entirely l?uilt of black granite, the block* of which are firmly bound together, a* if for eternity, although without mortar and eernent. The spring which supplies this aqueduct with water take* its source in the mountains of Fu enfria. situated rather more than throe hour;' drive from the town. Prom this dietanoe, con siderable though it be, the pillars and arches begin, rising higher and higher, until, towering far above the guble-onds of the houses and the bill* of Segovia, the/at length offer their re freshing gift to the inhabitant* of the town, on the great sqoare of St. Sebastian. lu the last of these enormous arches there is one single stone wanting, and the legend relates that tho hand of man eannot succeed in filling up this gup. The whole construction of this splendid aquoduot marks so stupendous a conception, that in former times it was looked upon as the work of supernatural power. It has dofied for two thousand years the ravages of time, and from generation to generation the following le gend of ita origin has been handed down: There lived one? at Segovia a pious old cler vman. who had adopted and brought up in his ouse tho daughter of an unfortunate sister of his. who had boen long dead. Martha had to attend to the household affairs, the kitchen and the washing, and to do everything herself with- i out the assistance of a maid servant; for the old priest shared his slender income go liberally with the poor, that he was obliged to be as eco nomical as possible in his own home. In those times there was not a single spring in Segovia, and the inhabitants were forced to take a two hours' walk, in order to fotch water into I town This was a great task to Martha ; for, notwithstanding the fatigues of a day spent in < aetive employment, she had every evening to wend her weary way to the mountains of Fuen fria, with one pitcher upon her head and another under her arm. to bring water for the following day's use. Nevertheless, she liked to have her room always clean. and to have the ncckhand kerchiefs and collars of the worthy pastor beau tifully washed. One evening, after a warm and fatiguing day, 1 Martha was particularly impatient and dejected 1 at this ta*k. "Ah!" said she, thoughtlessly. '? I would give ray very soul if I had not to run i so far every day to fill thoae pitchers afresh J with water.'' i '? Done ! .Agreed ! suddenly exclaimed a 1 finely-toned voice behind her. She started, i and. on looking round, she beheld an elegantly- 1 dressed gentleman, smiling as he contemplated j her. The last rays of the evening sun beamed through the small window in the kitchen, and i poor Martha fancied that the velvet mantle of the stranger shone blood-red. i She was at first terrified at the unexpected 1 appcarauce of a gentleman, not being able to 1 understand how he could have coino then .but < as her visitor had nothing terriblo about him. and wore a hat and sword liko a cavalier of ? rank, she took courage and said, ^railing. '' Yes. i so be it, if these pitchers are filled with spring 1 water, without mv haviug to move them from J this spot I am much too tired to-day !" \ ** lis well, my child ' replied the stranger. 1 '? You shall hear from me again." And with I these words he bent over tho large stone pitch- 1 ers which stood on the ground, then disap- i peared as he had come. i When Martha was alone she became uneasy. < and she reflected seriously upon the words 1 which sh* had uttered in jest. 41 It was very I wrong of me." said she, Hshamed of herself; ?? one ought not to jest on such subjects. Who i could the stranger gentleman have been? I ? wonder if he has called to see my uncle ?*' I She was about to take up her pitcher and set i off along the well-known road, but she started ? on perceiving that the jugs were already filled 1 to the brim with pure, clear water. < '? Lord of Heaven' cried sh^, iu great anx iety, "if that man really were the Prince of < Hell, and I have promised hi in my soul merely I because I wa? too lazy to do my duty! Whathave 1 I done, thoughtless being that I aui!" And she < hid her face in her hands and wept bitterly. 1 la the anguish of her hoart sue related tho i matter t? her uncle He was shocked in the i extreme. At length, however he said: i " Tp.ke courage ; your thoughtlessness shall I not draw you info the power of the wicked I one! Pray to God for help, and forgiveness of i the sm which you have committed, unfortunate girl ' Then with a loud voice summon into I your presence the Prince of Darkness. I shall remain near you, and support you !" With fear and trembling Martha did as the < old man commanded her, and immediately the j stranger appeared in the middle of the room ; < but this time he was not drcised in silks and < velvets, nor had he a swerd by his side; be looked rather like a bricklayer, and held a i spa le in his hand. ?? What do you want with me ?" he asked | impatiently ; '? I have fulfilled your wish, and ] need not serve you further " lne past..r at this moment stepped forward i from the shadow of the door, and said, in a so- < lema toue: ? I have a word to speak to you, for the soul of this child, which you seek to win, is confided i tome. Who has given you power over her 4 iiersell!'' answered the stranger, severely. ] 4- Sue is still young, and has no will of her , own yet," declared the pastor. 4' Not at all, was the Bueering roply ; " the girl has had teaching and religious instruction enough, and knows right weli the meaning of what you term n?." The g<>od old man shuddered, and made the s gn of the cross, but the fiend continued un moved : " Come what may. she now belongs to me. ..be will either keep her word, aud then I shall taki her eoul for the service which I have ren dered her in saving her unpleasant trouble ; or she wiil break her word, in which case sue will as assuredly fall into my power, for she will have told a falsehood, and will therefore becon demne 1 You, who are a priest, must certainly know that lyinj; is a great sin." The t>astor became very uneasy at these words, for he could not help thinking that the devil was right. Still he would not let him have the soul of the unhappy girl ; she should not be lost to her rightful Lord and Master; and in his grief he began to pray aloud. 1 his seemed little to please Satan, for after reflecting a short while, he said : 4* \ ou must admit that my right to your niece is well founded, and that 1 can insist upon the contract without farther conditions, but to show myself amiable toward you. and that you mav see that 1 am not so ba l as people say I am. I will render you another service still, and bring the water from the mountain of Fuenfria even to your door." ?? And how long shall the water flow de manded the man of <iod. listening eagerly. As loug ?s one stone of Segovia stands up>n the other. Lot it i- a great and difficult under taking and I require tiiue to accomplish it! SIi.ill the soul of the young damsel belong to me after I have achieved this vast work Martha was frightened to death when she heard these words; she knew that the pious old man l..id never yet broken his word. She there fore stole softly up to him, and clasped her hands in supplication. He whispered to her to >e comforted, and to step into the next cham \? ""I hack the clock a whole hour. . lartha slipped out quickly, aud after obey ing the pastor s commands, she fell upon her knees in the little chamber, illuminated by the , t nioonhKht. and prayed God fervently to pardon her criminal folly, and save her fn,m the r?ow?*r of the fcvil One. '.?*?? ????ter ? now settlrd between n^ exclaimed the str-ager in the inner room ?,3r' *""?,hm"k"' *???' '? " S"- in 'hree days, but in three hour*." answered the clergyman, decidedly. 4' If the work be not finished before sunrise our bargain is at an end.*' Impossible' cried Satan Ci Are you not aware that it ie already la e ?" * I ?, VOL. X. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1857. ISO. 1,438. '? The clock is just striking midnight," said the man of God, and the large clock in the next room struck twelve full stroke?. " I only agree on this condition." 4i Midnight already !" muttered Satan. " The sun rises about ten minutes to three ! Ah ! I hare not a moment to lose. I require one hour to detach the granite from theroca, thirty min utes to cut the stone in pieces, and to convey it to the spot; the rest of tne work is to sketch the plan, that will take also an hour, and twenty minutes suffices to execute it. Well, it shall he dune ; but remember, an honest man is as good a* bis word !" '? An honest man is as good as his word!" an swered the old pastor, oalinly, notwithstanding his face was deadly pale, and cold drops of per spiration ran down his temples. The mysterious guest immediately vanished. Martha knelt in prayer in the small chamber; the aged priest supplicated before the picture of the Savior of sinful mankind. When the sun ruse on the edge of the horizon, and tho inhabitants of Segovia, ono after an other, awoke from their slumber?, they beheld, with as much joy as astonishment, a miraculous work. The aqueduct was completed all to one stone, which was wanting in the la9t arch; for, as the mysterious architect had just taken the last stone in his hand to fill up the gap, the glo rious sun made his appearance above the gray edge of the horizon. One moment later, and the victory had been his; but the Almighty had graciously listened to the fervent prayers of tho two supplicants. Martha's soul was saved ! DEMY 1XD His LOVE. BT CAPtflCtTM. a greftt Dian; at I>emy thought he was a great man, so he had all the tun of tho thing, lie boarded at ono of the principal hotels in Boston, where there was a crowd of as good fellows as ever gathered round a dining-table. Between Demy and his fellow-boarders there was a slight difference in opinion on an impor tant subject?-Demy thought he was a great man, and his fellow-boarders did not think so. indeed, they had taken an aversion to him, on account of this same pretentious whimofDeinv In a word, he was too big for?that is to sav, Tor h?m?r * ? h'S punt8 lftrSe eno"gh Demy had taken it into his head that he was not only a great man. but a good looking man. Me thought he was a handsome man. and think ing so. of course he was fully persuaded that the I.idie-must bo very partial to him, whi-h was inother great mistake, for Demy was a silly ellow decidedly a flat, and the ladies, as a general thing, do not like flats. Among the ladies boarding in this house was ? v ra",V.brairod maiden of ninetocn, whom shall call Miss Rocket, because she reminds me of a whizzing. scintillating firebrand, more than anything else I can think of. She was beautiful, accomplished, elegant, only a littlo ffratic, and her lather was president of a bank Demy had taken a fancy to Miss Rocket, and <n all convenient occasions, suitable or unsuit able, he lost not the opportunity of testifying na admiration in the most extravagant manner. It is needless to say the lady wis disgusted with bun. Sho made all manner of game of eve? hie face. which he was too ob tuse to understand. Ho had probably made up aisrnmd that she should become Mrs. Demy, ind. as faint heart never won fair lady, he w.:is aoi at all bashful in pushing forward his inter est* with her He persecuted her till th? poor lady was sadly perplexed, and cast about her or the means of effectually ''selling him." Mario announced a grand concert it Music Hall. Miss Rocket was fond of music ind Demy knew it; so he invited her to attend the concert with him. She was exceedingly an noyed at this presumption, and did not purpose iven to vouchsafe a reply to the i?erfumc<d note le sent to her father s room A lucky thought :am?j to her aid. and she replied as follow* : ? Mr Desiv:?Do you know that my father >bjocts to your attentions to me? I cannot, therefore, accept of your polite invitation ; but i must go to Grisi and Mario'sconeert. At the soracr of Washington and West streets, a lady will take your arm. at seven o'clock, precisely and go with you to Music Hall. Circumstances render th. - ratageiu necessary. and you will understand me better on your arrival at tho .vail I ray, be very discreet; do not mention .his to any one. Kllbk Rocket." Demy kissed the note in an ccitacy of delight Shcjoved him! He would understand her Better. She would squeeze her hand as an ex pression of her tenderness He hastened to the nu-io store to procure tiekets, for Demy was :aretul of his corners, and without extraordina ry inducement, he would as soon have thought t>i cutting off his nose as of investing sundry iollars in concert tickets. Demy announced his intention of attending the concert to the crowd of good fellows who boarded with him, gave them the number of bis seat, an l even hinted very darkly that a la'y w?uld be his companion. Ihese good fellows aforesaid winked myste riously at one another, and when Demy was out ?>f sight, laughed heartily at the joke in gtoro tor them. At the appointed time, Demy was at the cor ner of W ashington and West streets arrayed in white Marseilles and white kids. lie had stood but a moment with his arm placed ready to re ceive the dear hand of his adored fair one when the lady closely veiled paused beside him. "Mr. D??niy?" said she " Ah. I am delighted to see you!" ho ex claimed; with rapture, and she placed her arm in his with entire self-possession. Demy was in raptures, his blood leaped with eesucy, yet somehow Miss Rocket did not say much, but when she did speak, it was only in a wtir per. Rut he could understand that She was circumventing her father's vigilance She was a tender blossom, and it was no wonder she was agitated by the novelty of her position They entered the hall, and Demy, with a profusion of flourishes, escorted bis lady to her seat. It was a moment of triumph for him. By some accident, the seats of that crowd of good fellows wero near his own, and they could witness ms triumph. Prouder than ho had ever been felt before in his life, he was anxious that his beautiful inamorita should raise her veil, so that bis fellow-boarders might envy him, so that he might put on his victor's laurels. She did not, for some time. She was still so agitated that she spoke only in whispered mon osyllables. " Shall I assist you to raise your veil'" sug gested he, at last. ? '? Thank you." The lady raised her veil then. Demy was confused, confounded, horror struck. It was not Miss Rocket! It was Miss Koeket s mulatto servant-girl ! The veil was raised. Demy rose and gazed at her with horror, while the crowd of good fel lows'? snickered." and laughed, stuffed their handkerchiefs into their mouths to keep from roaring. Demy grasped his hat and tied for too door. Dinah sat as c?ol as a cucumber, till ono of the ushers suggested that colored people oould sh? a! "IT' m \he bod* uf ''all, when sh retired to an obscure oorner of the mm. and had her reward in hearing Uriso and Mar Demy certainly understood Miss Rocket now. For three days he listened to inquiries concern ing the lady at Music Hall, and then left the hotel in disgust, satisfied that he was neither a great man nor a good man. Torn Rocket, the lady's brother, did the busi ness of the play, and it was the standing joke for a month. # * ? rT7~ It is nearly ascertained that acute rheum atic fever arises from the pressure of lactic acid in the blood. I?7* One of the tests proposed to be applied to \critaiu notorious female who reported herself in a delicate condition, was to ascertain the pul sations of the frstal heart by aacultation of the ab d<mu n. But this will not p'ove that the woman i? not pregnant; for the po?ition of the child va I rie*. and it* heart might bsf so placed as to pre | vent finding it. " FOE RENT AND SALE. FUR SALE.?A very comfortable three-story BRICK DWELLING, situated on the w??t Hide of6th street weat, Iwtween G and H north. Price $2 000 : half in cash, lialanoe in 6, 12, aud 18 months; or if all should be paid 111 cash, a deduction will be made in the price. Apply at No. 512 (2d story) 7th street. Jt23 POLLARD WEBB. Agent. A VALUABLE FARM FUR SALE.-For sale A FARM of 543 acres, in Culpeper Coun ty. Virginia, one mile from Mitchell's Sfationofl the Alexandria ami Orange Railroad. The soil is natu rally excellent, and may economically and easily be improved, so that it will produoc as fine crops as are ?mwn anywhere in the United States ; 115 acres in heavy timber, much of it tfuitable fur ship timber, for which there are markets to be reached by means of the railroad ; also a large quantity of cord wood that may be aold to the Railroad Company at remu nerative prioes. The building* are ail on a hill, and, with small repairs, may be made oomfortable for the residenoe of a family The place is well watered, and embraces every desirable convenience. As one of the joint owners of this Farm now resides in the West, and is determined to sell it, it will be sold a grwit liarram.on very accommodating terms. Persons disposed to purchase may inquire for fur ther particulars to W. D. WALLACH, editor of the Star, Washington Citj, who knows the prem ises. jy 8-tf FUR 9ALE.-A valuable BUILDING LOT, No. 13, in Square No. 01. containing 9,202 square feet, situated ou south side F street north, I>etween21st and 22d streets west. Apply to POLLARD WEBB, No. 5127th street. _ jy 16-tf f^UX A VAN HOUK, Rkal Estate Agents, 490>i Seventh street, bolow E street, have for sale a number of Building Lots 24 feet front by 130 feet deep, at the very low price of from $75 to $125 each?payable in small monthly instalments of 33 per month. These Lots are situated at Union Town, on the south side of the Anacostiariver. adjoining the Na vy-yard Bridge, and are in every way desirable for persons wishing a cheap, pleasant,and healthy loca tion for a dwelling. Wood and Coal. c ??OAL, WOOD, AND SAND. I am this dav discharging a cargo of Cumberland Coal, from the best mines in Cumberland, it boin< so well adapted for steam and smiths' purposes. Also, two cargoes of that froe-burning Bed-Ash Coal at the wharf, which will be discharging the last of this and the first of the next week. It is tho same as that I received last year, which gave my customers perfect satisfaction. It is the best in the market for grates and cooking. Also, a large supply of White, Red and Grey Ash Coal. Hickory, Uak, and Pine Wood, which will be sold low if taken from tho vessels. Office and Yard northeast corner of Twelfth and C streets. No. 54#: personal attention will be given to the delivery of the above. Mv experience in the fuo! business, for the last t weive years, has enabled me to know what will suit the market. nug 2?ijSt C. Al. KEYS. CO A L CLUB IS NOW FORMING* AND persons who desire to not a superior quality of COAL at a low price will do well to leave their names at my otboe, west sido 9th street, but ween D and E. this week. F. L. MOORE, an 19-oo3t OAL! COAL!! COA L!!! Tho subscriber* ate now piepared to furnish their customers, and all who maj livor them with their orders for Coals of any size or kind they may want, of as good quality as come to this market. Also, a good supply of WOOD, at No. 475 lot|> street, between D ana E streets, and Potomac Bridge. Coal 2.240 lbs. to the ton. au 11 .'aw>;w _____ J. S. HARVEY A CO. CUMBERLAND CO A I,. Orders will be received for cargoes, half cargoes, and auarter cargoes of tho best quality CUMBER LAND COAL, in lump, or the run of the mines, at the very lowest caeh prices. JONAS P. LEVY, Wine, Liquor, An?l Grocery Store, au 2't-tf No. Sal 12th ?*treet. corner of B street ONE CARGO CUMBERLAND COAL, just received. T. J. * \V. M. GALT. an 2<? 2w N. W. corner !?Mi and C sts., No. 547. CUMBERLAND COAL.?Now discharging,It* tons Cumberland Coal. CASTLEMAN A BRO? ir oomer Kth and B ?t*.. opp. Nations' hotel. CUMBERLAND COAL. Just received a superior article of CUMBER LAND COAL, assorted in qualities suitable for family, steaming, and blacksmith purposes, all of which will be disposed of ou the most aecoiutnoda ting terms. G. L. SHERIFF, au 19-1 w Yard west side 4>? st.,at Canal br.dge. Watches, Jewelry, &c. LOCKS' CLOCKS!! CLOCKS!!! f C1 A good BRASS CLOCK for ??'. I have iust re ceived and opened all the now stylo Clocks from $1 up to 825. The trade supplied (asPhI usual) at wholefale price*. Also, Clock Mi-fedj tcrials, such as Cords, K?is, Balls. Hands.H*-,' Wires, Oils, Ac., at tho Clock and Watcli"^" Store of i. ROBINSON, S-t'*,opposite Browns' hotel, nu2l-2m >ign Large Gilt Watch. ?OLD AND SILVER WATCHES. JlfwEL * RY, AND FANCY ARTICLES. 1 havejo?t received another addition to my la^se stock of Gold and Silver WATCH ES, of the best makers 111 Europe. Also, Gold Chains of 1 every style and price, Jewelry in sets and sin ^ gle pieces. Perfumery and Fancy Articles, Silver plated Baskets, Spoons, Castors. Ac., at J. ROBINSON'S, 319, opposite Browns' hotel. Sign Large Gilt Watch. N. B.-WATCH R EPAIRING done in the best manner by a skilful Watchmaker, and warranted. m a-2m _____ WD. EICHLER, No. M SEVENTH STREET, between D and F. streets, west s;de, PRAC TICAL WATCHMAKER, keeps constantly on hand a fine assortment of WATCHES and< JEWELRY. ap Hi ATCHES, JEWELRY, AND SILVER WARE. I have just received a new supply of FINE WATCHES. GOLD CHAINS, and a large assort ment of RICH JEWELRY of every description, which makes my stock at the present time one of the most complete in the city. ] which may be TI.E superior to anything before exhibited in this city,?the weight of which is 125 ouuees, capacity 9 quarts. Both citizens and strangers are invited to call and examine. II. O. HOOD, ie 2S Pa.ave.. near 9th street. w I have just finished ion the premises) a very larse assortment of PURE SILVER WARE, among a fon nd a SO LID SILVER TEA KET j^EVV JEWELRY AND WATCHES. H. O. HOOD has just returned from the North, and has brought on a tine lot of Fashionable S^arneo, Coral, Mosaic, Brilliants, and Plain iOl.l) J KW I'.LRY. Also, a good asBortmentAL.. of fine GOLD and SILVER WATCHES, some very superior time keepers for ladies and geniieineiis use. lie has also on hand a great variety of ST A N D ARI) SILVERWARE of his own make, warran ted the best quality and will lie sold very low. Please call and examine goods and prices at No. 333 Penn. A v., sign of the Large Spread Eagle. jy 10 H UN TING PARK TROTTING COURSE. At the south end of Ike Long Bridge. The Proprietors of this new,complete and elegant ' take pleasure in liemg able Course take pleasure in being able to ??> - say that their arrangements are ail plete, and that their track is now op?n to the public. In all its arrangements it?fc?*?? is unsurpassed in the United States, offering as tuauy advantages for the trial ofspeed as any other Amer ican Trotting Course. It is precisely a mile in cir cumference, hl'ty feet wide, graded and prepared with uare and judgment, and is 111 perfect order. The House connected with it, too, is unsurpassed 111 its comforts and accommodations, and for the lux lines always to l>e obtained there. The public may rely on it that, under any nnd all circumstances, good order will t>e maintained and enforced upon the premises. au I2-2in W M. H. HEYL. HOUSE PAINTER AND GLAZIER, Will thankfully receive and promptly and neatly ex ecute any orders in his line with which his friends and the public may favor him. Orders can lie left at No. 434, corner bth and C sts.,or at Ridenour's Con fectionery Store. No.304 Pennsylvania avenue (north side) between 9th and 10th streets. Those who may intrust work to him may rely on its being executed with neatness and dispatch, and at the lowest rates, je 25 2m DU FONT'S GUN POWDER. I am all times supplied with all the various kind* of DU FONT'S GUNPOWDER,and am prepared to supply the same inany quantity to parties wanting o? u? mo..fc^SV".r7i,BERT KINO, Agent for the District of Columbia, No. 35 High street, maylS-tf (Intel.AStates) Georgetown, D. C. I C L O T II I N G. J A DIES AND GENTLEMEN having any to dispose of can receive a fair cash price for the same, by sending or addressing H. MKLA,No. W Loumatia avenue, between 9th and 10th streets, west end C?nf.re Market. N. B. Business suspended on Saturday. jy y-2rw* if. MELA ONE SECOND-HAND MELODEON VERY low. Also, five new ones, for sale or rent upon reasonable terms. JOHN F.ELLIS, au 8 9Ui Penn, are., I??t. 9th and 10th sts. EDUCATIONAL. lVflSS WAGGAMAN'S i?i SELECT SCHOOL >*o.443 12/fc street, bettreen (i and H street*. Will reopun on Tuosday, September Jut. au iU-2w * _ RITTENHOUSE ACADEMY. Indiana avenue, near 5tl street. The next academic year will commence September 1st. O.C. WIGHT, au^l -eo8w Prinoiptvl. MRS. BELI/S SEMINARY FOR YOUNG LADIES. Corner of L and lOlA streets. The next session of this lnatitution will commence on the 1st of September, 1857. Competent aril efficient Professors will, as hereto fore, l>e engaged in every department. Further particulars can be obtaiuod by applying at the Seminary. au21-dtJc eo3w T HE UNION ACADEMY. The regular duties will be resumed September lit. . R'cm^R"*. Principal, A. G. Wilkinson. Asst., A. C. Richards, Asst.. A. Zappone. Mod. I.an. mr THE UNION FEMALE ACADEMY. Mrs. /. Rh hard*. Prin., Miss M.J. Wilcox,Asst., A. Zapponk. Mod. Languages. au i3-eolm YOUNG LADIES SEMINARY, Corner of Montrnmery and Dvnbarton sts., Georgetown, D. C. Mrs.Gen WHEELER, Principal. The duties of this Institution will l>o resumed on Tuesday. September 1st, when a share of the public patronage is respectfully solicited. au U-eotSeptla CiJHORGKTOWN F EM A I.E. SEMINARY * FOR SALE OR RENT.?Tins institu: ion,' bo long known as a first class Seminar* fur young la dies.) being vacant, is offered for sale or rent,(sale preferre 1.) Miss English, by whose efforts it was built up and for many years so prosperously and usefully con ducted, in consequence of impaired health, desires to relieve herself of ail responsibility in connexion with it. The buildings sre commodious and furnished for a large lioarifiiig and day school. Should any person whose character is a guarantee

for a first-clas8 Seminary, osen it as such early in September, a number of pupils will l>e ?ecured and the community hern accommodated. Such an opportunity is probably no where else to be found for success in a like undertaking. Address RICHARD HENDERSON. Agent, caroof Miss L. S. English, Georgetown, D. C. an 15 eotf ^fcLECT FAMILY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, ENGLISH AND FRENCH, Ao. 3^9 Fstreet, Washington, D. C. Principal, DONALD MACLOE1). A. M.. Univer sity of Glasjow, formerlr Head Masterof Ravens croft College and Aahwood School, and Protessor r*f Rhetoric and Belles Lettrcs in the Columbia Institute. Tnia School will be opened on the second Monday of September next. for the reception of a limited number of Hoarding Pupils and fwiy Scholars, who Will he treated, mail respects, as men.tiers of the Principal's family. The design is to oiler to young ladies from a distance all that is included inthename of ??Home," and to extend to the Day Scholars the advantages of Home influence. The Sessions will begin on the second Morday of September and first '.Tomiay of February, in each yerir. The vacations will extond through the mouths of July and August. Circulars containing full information mny be ob tained at the principal bookstores, and will he for warded by mail, to any address, on application, au8tf EM ALE ENGLISH AND FR ENCHCOL LEGIATE INSTITUTE. Washington, D. C. Hiram Corson. Principal, m charge of English and Classic*. Departments. M'me. C. Rollin Co?.son, Teacher of French, Spanish, and German, Drawing and Painting. M'lle Mathii.de Emilie Rollin, Assistant I enchor of 1- rench. The duties of this Institution will be resumed on Monday. the 7th of September, 1857. Circulars can be obtained at the Book and the Music Stores. jy3l-lm* Ij*MERSON INSTITUTE, J H street, between 12fA and 13fA. Select Classical and Mathematical School For Boys. , Tho Exercises of this Institute will be reaumed Septemiwr 1st. The num)>er of pupils is limited. For further particulars address an 4-Itn CHAS. B.YOUNG, Principal. f'EORGETOWN CLASSICAL AND MATH EMATICAL ACADEMY. Tho duties of tins Institution will l>e resumed September 7th. iv 7-Jtwtf P. A. BOW EN. Principal. \IRS. BURR'S SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LA IT I Dl ES.?No. 391 H street, between 13th and 14th streets west, will re-opeu on MONDAY , Septem l>er 21st. jy 3-law.Mw* f ULPEPER FEM ALE SEMINA R V. " / CCLPEPKR CotRT IlursE, Va., I nder the Instrnetion and Superintendence of the MISSES FORNERET. This School will t?e re-opened on the 1st of Sep tomlter, 1?57, for the reception of Hoarders and a few ilav Scholars. The object in view i? to extend to all who apply and are admitted, a thorough and useful education. No pains will l>e wit!held from giving the young Ladies such instructions as will adapt them tor eveiy duty and emergency of life. While tho ornamental branches will not f>e neglected, the solid and fundamental principles of heart and head education will be the special objects of asiduous at tention. Female education has r.ow taken such a firm hold on public attention, that, to proclaim its advantage*, would be to portray a degree uf ignorance not com patible with modern improvement. The elevating influence of female education is felt and acknowl edged by every admirer of female excellence; hes itate then, no longer, to bestow on your daughters those advantages that are indispensible to their ad vancement and succ9ss through life. As the School increases, the tinmlierof Teachers will be also increased; thereby securing every aux iliary to the rapid advancement of the Student. Every effort will be put forth to maintain the high tone and character of the School. Appropriate hours will be set apart for studv and daily exercise. The discipline will l>e mild and per suasive, but very firm. Two Saturdays arenppo;nt ed every month for the girls to visit and make pur chases. The Gospel is preached from lour different pulpits.affording to each the privilege of attending the Church of her ohoice. No influence will lie ex erted to control the religious prejudices of the pu pils. While practical Christianity will lorm the basis of their instruction, the selection of Churches and Sahtiath Schools will be submitted to the decision of parents and pupils?the variety of religious priv ileges here, will not fail to offer satisfaction to all. No Scholar will be taken for a shorter term than five mont ha admission will be obtained'any time dur ing. the session, and charged only from the tune of entrance. Half the tuition and boarding fee must lie paid in advance, in order to cover tao expenses of the School. Terms For Ten Months, Board, (including fire and ligbtsl. $120 no English branches for advanced Scholars no English branches for ainall Sitfiolars 25 Of) Music on Piano 3? no Use of instrument - in no French 10 00 Washing extra. No deduction made but in case o| protracted gick neaa. References. Rt. Rev. Bishop Johns, Alexandria, Va. Rev. Thomas Lenvell, Madison oounty, Va. Rev. Mr. Earnest, Orange county, Va. Rev. John W. George,Culpeper, Va. Rev. Jos. Carson, " " Rev. John Cole, " M Dr. Alex. Payne, " ** Chas. E. Lightfoot, Esq., " " Thomas S. Alcocke, Esq., " " Belfield Cave, Esq., Madison oounty, Va. Thomas A. Robinson, Esq., Orange county, Va. Dr. Edwin Taliaferro, " ?? Hon. John S. Pendleton, Culpeper county, Va. Judge R. II. Field, " " ?' Dr. C. W. A ah by, '* " ?? Dr. Alfred Taliaferro, ?? " ?? Edward B. Hill, Eaq., *? mm 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 class sufficiently large be formed. au 6 lin YOLN'G LADIES INSTITUTE. vr ENGLISH A\b FRENCH. No. 490 K Street, \V ashington, 1). C. The suhcriber has taken charge of this Institution, latelv under the care of the Rev. S. II. Mirick: the course of instruction will be tiiurougb, and will not ditler from that pursued by the former Principal. , The Scholastic year will begin un the second Mon day of Sepiemlter, and close on the laat Friday of June in each year, A limited number of pupils will be received into the family of the Principal, and every effort will be made to render them comfortable and hippy. Circulars can be obtained at the principal tiook ?tores, and at the reaidence of tho prinoipsl I CHARLES II. NORTON, A. M. The suliscriber takes great pleasure in recommend ing to his late patrons and to the public, Mr C H Norton,aB a gentlemanamply qualified to take charge of the \ oung Ladies Institute. *u8 golrTI S. H. MIRICK. *l?.Ti\>h.KiI>F I.,00TS AND SHOES Iteing aliout the largest in this city at ilus. time, and having been purcnased before the 1 rise in Leather, can he sold at about 15 to anl per cent, less than goods purchased at thia tune. Call anu examine for yourselves, at ... , ? ? ? S. P. HOOVER'S. I* " _ 'Rail. Pa. ???. Knt. ?h urnl 10th ???. Barley MALT, for aala at ttM L CITY .._m_ enue ant may ft-lj RYE AND BARLEY MALT, for sale at the CITY MALT HOUSE, oorner of Weat 1-aUa avenue and Block street, Baltimore, Ma. T ? l EDUCATIONAL. LIN TON ACAD KM V, GEORGETOWN, Geuros Arnold, M. A.. Principal. Thin School heretofore cowiueted by Rev. T. \V. Simpson wi I be re-opened on Monday, Scpfen:l>er the 7th. Circulars mar be poreured at the Drug Store of Mr. R. S. T. Ciasel, Georgetown. an U-lm* C^ULPEPER MIIJTARY INSTITUTE. / Near Culpeter Court Hoisk, \ a. The seoond session of this school will commune* on the 1st day of Septemlier. 1K.97. A graduateofthe Uuiversity of Virginia, adopting the mode of in struction pursued in that institution, will have charge of me department* of Ancient and Modem Languages ; while a graduate of t he V. M. Institute, who has had considerable experience in teaching, WiU Rive instruction in Mathematics, Natural I hi bsopl.y, Chemistry, and low??r Englial) branches. The course of studies will be as follows: Preparatory Class. . Spelling, Reading, Writing. Arithmetic. *?eogra phy, Grammar, History, Algebra, Latin Grammar. Greek Grammar. Thtrti Cl.A?s. ... Mathematics, Knglis?? Grammar, Arithmeuo, His tory, Latin, Greek, French. SjtroxT) Class. Mathematics, Natural Pinlosophy. Chemistry, History, Latin, Greek, French, Spamen. First Class. Mathematics. Natural and Moral Philosophy, Chemistry. Geology, English Literature, English Grammar, Rhetona. L<.*ic. Infantry and Arti.lenr Tactics. Geography,History, Latin, Greek, r rench. Spanish. Every Student on entering will be subjected to a carcful examination, and will then be assigned t<> that clas? t?? wnich hi* proficiency entitle* him : and no one will be allowed to pass toa hicher class un less he cives evidence of a thorouch know.edge of the subjects contained in the precedin*. The discipline will be necessarily rigid. but the comfort and convenience of each meml?er of the school will be duly respected There will lie daily military exercises.'but care will be taken that they do not interfere with the Academic duties. Tkr mi? Board, Tution. Washing. Fuel, Liehta, for ten months. $!8'>. Payments semi-annually in advance. For recommendations and further particulars, see circulars. CHARLES E. LTGIITFOOT, V. M. !., Superintendent and Instructor in Mathematics and Natural Sciences. J. W. GILLESPIE, University of Va. Instructor m Ancient and Modern Lanruagoa. References. We have the privilege of referring to fhe following! Faculty of Virginia Military Institute. Gen. William H. Ricnardson, Richmond City. Prof. Maupiu, University of Virginia. Prof. Harrison, do Prof. Gilders leeve, do Prof. Scheie le Vere, do Prof. McGuff'y. do Prol. Lucian Minor, William and Mary College. Rev. John Beradua. Charlottesville. Mr. John Hart. A.M.. do John Hunter, Esq., Louisa county. Col. Jo|m Woolfolk, Orange county. Kerv. Wm.S. White, D. 1)., Lexington. Rev. Wm. N. Pendleton, do Junes Rarliour. Esq., Culpeper. Co!. Wm. B. Taliaferro, Gloucester. W.D Wallacb. Esq., Washington Gity. Gen. Geo. Cooke, do A. Bell, Esq.. do Maj. Henry Hill. U. S. A., New York. R.S. Voss.Esq., Rappk. uounty. Capt. James Stark, do t _ Th<? CifiMnsof f t?!|i#t^r. |rTV#otf Summer Retreats, Ac, Hygeia hotel, ? OLD POINT COMFORT. Va. Tins most delightful Summer r-'soit?the "'bright particular locality of all the sunny South'"? C is now tiu sole property of the under ' ncned, and will be opened on the 1st of?& June next, and each success.ve June fol ow.ne. ?ngage to make it to the seekers for hcaith, recrea tion, gaiety and good livir.c. supremely attractive. For health, no ni-.>uiitaiii retreat can Le safer a I any (isoM of th' y- nr. it is as exempt ironi disease in \nenst and September and October as in April. May jr Juno. indeed the lust three are infinite y the most pleasant of the season. The weather is milder, the sea breexo balmier, and the luxuries of the salt w^ter are to be had of fener quality and in greater profusion. There is no more inviting spot on the whole Atlantic seal>oard. It is strictly true of it what the poet liath said : * Oh ! if there be an Elysium on earth, it la this, it is this!" pr?. Archer. Jarvis, and other army snrseons at the post, Hon. Dr. Francis Mallory, Drs. Seinple. "*tn.Kins, Sliciid Hope, and Vauglian.and indeed 'fie whole medical 1'aeultr resident in the vicinity of Port Monroe, all certify that they "*#w n-trr b?o?r n a rnst of biliio us or a cvf and ft tv r to ori rmate I Ac re. r.ml that at all stason* it is tkt ieallititit spot on tut fart of lAe eart/i." (See h"ir certificates in De Bow's Review, Southern Planter, and American Farmer.) mar 22-dOwA law.in J OS. SEGA R, Proprietor. I^LAKiSTONE'S PAVILION. This favorite place of resort will tie opened on the 1st of J uiy for the accommo iation of visitors, The proprietor has ergaced a tine CotillonPjuj: Band for ti e season, and With Iiib splendid Bali*?* Room oilers great inducements to the lovers *?f the lance, whiie those of more quiet humoi nuty find iifli rent amusements at the liowiiug Alley or in Pishing, Ac. . _ . The Luxuries of the Potomac and good Liquors (rijl be constantly on hand. This is known to be one of the healthiest places on the river, near Blaivis:ntie's Island. ... There u ill be a celetnationon the rourth of Ju'r, md Ball at night. Cotillon on the i3d of J uly, lath md 27th of August. ... The steamers Columbia and Maryland leaves pas iengers on every Wednes<1iv anil Saturdnv's. and returning on every Sunday, Tuesday, and Fridays. The steamer Kent leaves Baltimore at 8 o'clock svery Monday evemugs, and returns on Wednesday tnorninss. ? , .... Post Office? Miiestown, St. Mary's eounty, Md. Board?$i.23 perday for a week or longer: $'.*> for shorter time. GEO. W. BLAKISToS'E. je 24-2m* Proprietor. Pianos, &c. \CARD.-A CHANCE RAREI.Y MET WITH BY THOSE WHO WISH^-^*^ A PIANO FORTE.?1 havenow inttore|y:y-B5y, th2 lollowiug grent i?ar?aiiis : , Two superb Pianos, four nmnd comers. ros^wotMl cases, seven ??ctaves. used only a tfW in >nths. I will sell them at ?125 less than their pries seven months since. A beautitu! seven octave Rosewood Piano, iron frame, round corners, for ?3"0. The nliove Pianos are sold for no fault, but be longed to fannies who have removed to tin- west. and left them with us to be told. They are re?lly and truly great l?rgains. We are prepared to give a written guarantee with them, and will, at any fu ture day. exchange, if parties are not satisfied. ^ Also, a line second-hand Piano of Hallct & Davis mike, for Jfjon, used l.ut eighteen months,and cost . Also, two second-hand Chickering's for ?175 each, at the Great Piano Warerooms??f JOHN F. ELLIS, au 19 30T> Penn. ave., bet. 9th and Wth streets. \\T G. METZKROTT has now on hand a large yy ? assor'ment of PlAN'OFORTES.^^y^gq by Rosenkranz.Bacon It Raven.aud Wnuri iH'j Miller. Also, several seeond hand Pianos' ' ' ' which he will sell for cash, or on monthly parments. Pianos and Melodeons from eO to ?15f\ One sec ond-hand Melodeon for 1'ioanofortes for rent. Tuning by Mr. Rebine. ail 12 piANO FORTE INSTRUCTION. Mr. W*. H. PALMER oontinnes to add new mem bers to his classes. Apply to Mr. PA I; MER, at his Rooms over Farnham'?i^-w~^^| Bookstore, Tuesday, Wednesday, Fri-* ' * * ? dav. and Saturday, between2and6 p. in. Terms ?5 per quarter. ap 25-tf G ""OLD MEDAL PREMIUM I PIANO FORTES. WILLIAM KN A BE, (Senior pnrtner in the late firm of Knabe, Gakhle A Co., Continues the manufacture and sale of grand and ?ijnare PIANO FORTES, underWie name, ef William Kr.at^ St Co.. at the old stand.j Nos. 1. 3, 5 and 7 North I'.utaw street op posite the Eutaw House, Baltimore. The* have also just opened a new Salee Room at No 2"7 Baltimore street, between Charles and Light streets, on the premises partly occupied by Mr Henry McCafTery as a music store, wherethey will keep constantly on hand a large assortment of p'aio and higiily-hiii8he<f grand and square Piano Fortes* also, Melodeons. from the l>ot>t makers, from 4 to 5 octave, some with double key-boards, double reeds, and stops to suit smaii churches. Hnsiig extensively engaced in the manufacture o Pianos, we will sell wholesale and retail, on the inoa literal terms. Our Pianos were awarded the highest premium (gold medaltat the Fairs of the Maryland Institute two snccej'aive years?Octolier. 1&V5, and 1856?in op position to fourteen and eighteen pianos from soul* of the best makers from New York, Boston and Bal timore. We were alsoawarded the first preiiuum at the Industrial Exhibition held in Richmond, \ ir ginia. 1865 and la*. They have also lieen ?*?de<i the highest premium (silver medal) at the Metro politan Mechanics' Fair for 1*57. In addition to this we are in possession of teatimo niais from the most distinguished professors and amateurs in the country, which oan be seen at our wareriKuns, speaking for themselves and others of the high appreciation in which our matruments are every where held. All instruments are guaranteed for five yeara, and a privilege of exchange iseranted within the first six months from the day of sale if the instruments do not five entire satisfaction. Wholesale dealers will find it to their advantage to give us a cali before purchasing. Pianos exchanged, tured, and tuned. mar 16-ly _ WM. UNA BE A CO. PIANOS FOR RENT. JT 2 at Sl .n', per month. 2 at per mouth. Other fine PIANOS at various prioes. 1 *u7- JOHN F. ELLIS,m Pa. are. THE WEEKLY STAR. Thia assailant Family and Mm Jonrna.?ooi Wkuunt a greater ranety of latareeting reading thai aae be found la any other-ii pubhxhed at 8atarday Single oopy, 9* umtn ,f1 * TO CU?< FlVCOOpiee . ft Tec C<>pie? . 9 m , Twenty oopiea Ift ?? ICrCMa, IHTitlUlT IK 1DVAHCK. Bt eebaoribing in elul* raised among aeigMmre without the intervention of a mail wmt. as will ha peroeived. twenty per oent. uf the Wkkklt Stab will be saved. It invariably contains the " Wuh mgtoo News " that has made the LUily Staa area late bo generally throughout the country. fE^Sing le oopiea (in wrappers I ean be procured at the counter, immed lately after the usee of Uie Paper. Pnoe? Tnaxa Cists. Post*astir* who act u agenta will be allowed a eoinimaeion of twenty per oent. ICR LJ. MIDDLETON, ICE DEALER. Offioe and Depot?Soothweat corner of F Rod !2tli Streets. Washington. *pll-tf ICE! ICE!.' ICE!!!?The underaigued reseec.ful ly inform his fnenda and the public generally .that he i? now prepar-xl to ftiniiah familiea and otf:era) through the season) wdh the hogt qualit* of !CF., delivered in any part of Washington and Ijeorso towu. aiMl guarantees to give entire satisfaction. Order* to be left with Kidwbi.l A I,Ar*B*c* corner 141 h street and Pennsylvania avenue; <ixo. F. Kiuwkll A Co.. Mtli street; J. B. Mdohi. Drug gist, Penna. averu?, lietween ??*th*nd>th streets: UkokglSrtz,New York avenue, between I'tL and 11th streets; Rout. A. I'atM. Druggist. corner 4th and Maaa. avenue; and witn the eubiertaer. No. ? First street, Georgetown, where loe ean be had at all tunes. apT-tf T. N. HI DWELL. Dentiitry, 4c. F\ENT1STRY, tJ dr. STEPHEN BAILY, OfFICR No. I* fk.\N?tLVAN.A AVKJftX, Three door? from 14rA Street. Da. BAILV bees leave to inform the pul>lie that f.a nan i>e aeen at all hours.at hiaortioe, located as aljove. lie ft-eia assured that an experienceof hArca t cars' practice, with the Uric numl>erof patients,ana great variety ol difficult oases t hat he has (rented mwn fully, will en.ibie Inm to surmount *n difScu.iy, scientific or otherwise, relating to (he Teeth. Hi? own experience oouhrraiug the opinion ol many m?u eminent in the profession, and especially Drs. Harria and J. and K. I'armly, has led him. long since,todis card all mercurial preparations lor fi iir.c Teeth.a.no all Enamels, <jutt:i I'ercha. India RuMwr. and Ce ments for me construction of Continuous <?uin Teeth. :ir;d that Porcelian. niotinted on ????!?! Plate, is the only reliable su!?stance that can t>e worn in the mouth, as was most oouc.utuveiy shown oy the .act American Dental Convention. Although lie flatters himself from his long resi dence and practice lu \\ aslungton. he is favorably known to his numeroos frtendt- and patrous, he I'egs leave to refer tin-in to the following TESTIMONIALS: From the late Rector of the Church of Epiphany of this city Dr. Strprr:* Bailt: Dear Sir?1 desire to express my esteem for yon personal!* . and my oonfidenoe iu ?ou aa a superior dentist. The operations executed for me have Item highly aat if factory. I hop* that you ma* receive the patronage Irom my friends and tee public that jour skill so well denerves. Yours verj truly, Washington, Aug. 26, lasti. J. W. FRENCH. From one of the oldest firms in Baltimore, Messrs. Bogga, Cot man A Co. Having employed lit. Stephen Baity.Surgeon Den tist, of Washington city, to execute for nte au im portant and difficult piece of work, which he did to my entire satislaction, and in view of the fact that one of the most distinguished members of the Dental College of Baltimore, failed, alter repeated trials, to perform the same work satisfactorily, it cives me great pleasure to express ir.y entire ponfiJenoe and high estimation of his professional skjl. Baltimore, Jan. 12, 1657. HARMANN BOGGS. Extract from a note received from the jUe Hon. JoLa M. Clayton. y. S. Sesat*. Aug. 1?, l&w. The teeth tou made for me work admirably ; noth ing could be oetier. Very sratefullv, JOHN M. CLAYTON. To those that seek relief from the mala.!iei of the teeth, I oan cheerfully recommend Dr. S. en a superior Dentiat; lie msde a set of norc.ehan teeth for one of m> famiiv.aiHl plugged aeverai toetu for m> self, and tin) work h?e all stood wt for more t:.au ten years. ROBERT T. NIXON, of the Va. Conf. of the M. E. Church South. Apnl 19,1?56. We, the undersigned, hivirg had ocoa&ior. to avail '?urgelver? of the professional ski I of Dr. S. Usilv, l^urgeot. Dentist of tb.s city, or having l>e*n oogniz fvnl of hia operations on our families or frt*iids, uke p.easure ia expre.-siug our admiration of his art istio skill, well as of the uniformly *ati?factorv manner in which he performs the most deiicete and difficult operations in Denial SurgerT.and we respectfiit'v re - CommCTtd him to the confidence and patronage of th? puMic, of which we consider him eminently worthy. Thomas I\ Walter, Architect U. S. Opitoi. TncMAS Mii.lxr,N. D.,of Washington, D. C. B. S. Bohkkr, M. D. of Georgetown, D. C. N. S. LixroLS. M. D.. of Washington, D. C. Jos. 11. BRADMtv.of Wr.ahingtou. D. f. Georgr Walto*. Fx-Governrw <?f Florida Walthh Lrxox. Ex-Mavor of NVaahiagtoa. Henr*" Balpw!*, I7. S. Patent ^)ffice; <>.C. Wiabt.Principal Rittenhouae AoKdemy. feb20 tf Dr. villard, dentist, i.atk of chi cago, wou.i respecttu > inform the ?. * i zens of the District and vicinity, that hav-_ ng i??cated lumscli in Washington, he is' low prepared to perform all operations m his profes ?i-m. in th* most approved style. < >ffice. No. Penn. avenue, adjoining Gautier'a jan 1 v yHE IMPROVED SETSOF TEETH, DR. LOOMIS, the investor and pa'entee of *Ls?li?' Mir.ftal Plate Teeth."' hav . iuci ?ttui > i.tr??ducetl nis improvemeiit n f various cities, has now permanently etuli lished himself ia Washington. This impiovement for Sets of Teeth oonscats chief It in making a set of but one pteoe of material, and tr.-it indeatructible mineral. No metal is used in their construction, and they are therefore free front t.-tivamc action and metaiic taste. There are no ioir.ts to !>ecome filled with moisture or par'icles of f"ood, hence they are pure ami tlian. They are lighter, stronger, leas clumsy, far more durable, ai.d natnral in their apr.-annce. 1 will give a reward of l>ne Thousand IMlars t?> anv one who will produce a similar work of art to equal miue in purity. I<eaut> . durabiaty, artistic excellence or an> other requisite (ii.-lity. All work responsiNy warranted. 276 l'enna. avenue, oetween 11th acd 12th streets. ap 13-ly DR. C. S. GOODMAN. SVRGEOX D KKTIST. and MaxufACTrRKR OT ARTiririAt Tkktm.?d His O'rnplete arrangements ennl l.ng hiin t< " present the fo ownig reasonable rrioes: l"* Entire Upper Sett Teeth, ou Gold...to ft Do do do on S.Iver- 12 to 2 One or more, on Gold. 2 to l>o on Silver 1 to Filling. Extracting. Removing Tarter; also. Be pairing at the tame roasouable rates. All operation executed in such a manner ris to iive every *atisfV> tion. Office corner: t h street and avenue. dp S 'A RETIRED PIHSICIAN whose nai:d? of life have r.eany run out. discovered whik m i ne fF.net Indies, a oertain cure for Co'isumpti.ni. Asthma, Bronchitis. Coughs, Coids, aiKl tji-ners Debility. The remedy wae diarovered tiy hini when l.ls onl> child, a daughter, was give* up to die. He had heard much of the wonderfta! res?- r ative and healing qualities of prenerations msde from the East India Hemp, and the thought occurred fo him that he might make a remedy for his child.? He bludied hard and suooeeded in realizing his wi*h es. His child was cu>?"d, and is now alive and well. He has s.nce administered the w? rtderfu! remedv ??> thousands of suiferers in all parts of the world, and he has never failed in making litem completely heal thv and hajpy. Wishing to aoas much cor>d as poa sible, he will send to such of his afflicted follow be ings as requeat it. this recipe, with full and explicit directions for making it up. and successfully iisii.l it. 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