Newspaper of Evening Star, January 22, 1858, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated January 22, 1858 Page 1
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VOL. XI. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1858. NO. 1,562. THE EVENINU STAR is FUBUBHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (SUNDAY EXCEPTED,) AT THI STAR BUILDINGS, iSorn4r of Pm. mv?nu4 and Eleventh strut, By W. D. WALLACH. Papers a*r?ed in pnokacea by camera at #4 a year, <*r 77 cent* per month. To mail satiecribers the anb aenption pnoe la f3_*? a year, in adraaes; #3 for ? i* month*; 91 for three montha; and for >eaa than Miree montha At the rate of 12 oenta a week. Single copies, one cent; in wrappera, two centa. Astirtiiuiixti (of eight lines to the s?nare) inserted three times for 91 ; every other day or semi-weekly,25 per cent, advauoe; onoe a week, SO per cent, advanoe. A HUSBAND CAUGHT. Wo published a few days ago the letter of a wif? addressed to a young lady who had offered a correspondence with her husband. A lady in 81. Louie thus writes to the St. Louis Republi can Mr EntTOR I was reading the " spicy cor respondence" in your paper, yesterday, and it reminded me of something that happened to a married man some three years since. Now, I never wrote anything tor the papers in all my life, we know better,) so I will state the facta as I know them to occur, and you can put them in ship-shape. The gentleman's wife had good reason to suspect him of being partial to ladies in general, and to other men's wives in partic ular, so she laid a trap to natch him. She wrote him a letter in a disguised band, telling him that?she had long loved him in secret, and #he had often been tempted to write to him. but that the fear of her husband and his wife had prevented her domestic relations, that she could no longer resist She hoped he would not think her a bold, bad woman, for addressing him first and soliciting an interview. If he only knew how long and how ardently she had loved him. he would pity if he could not love her?and n good deal more in the same strain?concluding ny requesting him to meet her on a ccrtain bridge at 8 o'clock at night, where she would be, disguised as a negress. She signed herself Mary. The evening came, and with it came the gen tleman home at an early hour, and in the best of humors. He split w?>od, which he had never been known to do before, made himself very useful, kissed his wife several times (something unusual), l??t could not wait for supper, a? he had urgent business down town. As soon as he left, his wile disguised herself and went to the place ap]H?inted and behold ' there he sat, perched upon the bridge, his um brella over him, (for it was rainy and dark.) ?he passed by. and he caught hold of her, and asked if it was Mary. She told him yes, when he clasped her in his arin?. gave her a sweet kiss, and then put his baud up to her head to see if it might be a negress?the idea having ftruck him that possibly he was hoaxed. Find ing the head all right, he insisted an knowing who she was. After due hesitation, she told him the name of a beautiful married lady. ?? Is it possible that you are Mr. 's wife ?" " It it even so,'7 she replied, and hid her head in his bosom and pretended to cry bitterly, whereupon he soothed her. kissing a great many times, and telling her she was the sweet est little woman he had ever kissed, and if he bad only as sweet a wife he would be perfectly happy. In the meantime they had 44 ad journed"' to one side of the road, and he bad eat down on a very sharp stump, taking Mary in bis lap; and you may be sure she did not spare him any. Finally. Mary concluded she must go home, and insisted on his meeting her ?>n Monday, if he knew any good place Oh, yes. he knew the best kind of a place, and went on to tell her all about it; which was just what she wanted to know Then he in sisted on her going with him to his office. On their arrival he asked her for her shawl to hang up at the window. She handed it to him, politely bowing and telling hiut she would cer tainly meet hnu on Monday. If you cannot imagine how m?-anly he looked. I cannot tell you. I only know he complained a good deal about that?lish stump being so sharp. Be so kind as not to let any one see this. A certain person will know who wrote it if he sees the handwriting. Fa35Y A. WAKING UP Tilt M KOXi PASSENGER. A few days ago a person entered a store, not a hundred miles from the old State House, and inquired eagerly for the proprietor. "There he is, said the salesman, pointing to a shrewd but quiet-looking individual, who was warming himself over the stove. ?' You are Mr." (we will call it Jones) said the visitor. Yes, sir."' " I learn that you suspended last week," re joined the anxious inquirer. " Indeed."' said the proprietor. '? Yes. and I must inform you that 1 am come from the mercantile agency of So-and-'o to inquire about your assets and lia bilities." 44 You don't say so, ' returned the proprietor, with a little opening of his eyes and a slight twitching of his moum, hut otherwise with an unchanged countenancc. ??Yes. I have,'' said the visitor. *4 We are obliged to be very particular in our inquiries and 1 was sent expressly te ascertain the exect condition of your affairs How much are your liabilities*'' '? Well." replied Mr Jones, stroking his up per lip. in the deepest thought, as though en gaged in gue<sii g a conundrum, "Well, take them altogether, .ts I haven t paid all my Jan uary bills, I shoul l say that my total liabilities might?possibly?be?five? hundred dollars'" "Five hundred, five hundred.' muttered the astonished visitor, taking out his p<per and pencil, and surveying the store filled with valuable goods '' Now. I say, Mr. Jones, is not that setting it rather low 4 By no means.' said Jones, "it is very high; I don't think I owe above three hundred, but I thought I'd call it five, to make it seem more respectable." ? Oh. and what in goodness name may be your asset*'" ?'Well, without meddling with my real es tate. or this stock of goods, I xhould say my ready means were about Jour thousand dot 9 I iara. The anxious inquirer's eyes stuck out con siderably. and his briskness of manner forstok him. as he murmured, "Then you haven't suspended?" 'No'' The clerks could stand it no longer, and the rery walls shook with their merriment. Apol ogies were made and received, but they were ot no use. The visitor could'nt keep up, and when last seen, he was standing down Wash ington street, under a press of sail, but not seeming to care what sort of a coat he had on. ?Button J'oU. Wll.Mft o.f Dyino.?There is something un natnral in the painful and extravagant sym rathy with which the dying are surrounded, t is n'>t such a gloomy thing to die. The world has pleasant places, and I would hear in my last hour the voice, and the birds, and the chanee music I may have loved, but better music and voices of more ravishing sweetness, and far pleasanter places are to do found in Heaven, and 1 cannot feel that it is well or natural to oppress the dying with the distress ing wretchedness of common sorrow. I would let go cheerfully from the world. I would have my friends comfort me, and smile on me, and feeling willing that I should be released from sorrow, ami perplexity, and disease, and go up?now that my race finished joyfully to my reward. And if it btt allotml to me as I Eray it will, to di*in the summer tine. 1 would e borne out iu Ihe open *kj, and have my pillow lifted, that 1 might see the glory of the setting sun. and pass away like him with undi minished light to another world. A llnm-ll i.noro Attempt to Ottraor a Yorstt Lady.?Last evening about 9 o'clock, as Miss Miller wa- going to her houie in Franklin avenue. *he wa? suddenly seised by two andaeiows villains near the arch over whi-h Montague street lead* to the ferry, and would have keen violently treated had not a Mr. William* of No 4.i Smith street, and an other gentleman, whose name we could not learn, rushed to her as<i>tauce. One of the ruffian* brandished a knife over the young lady's head, threatening to kill her if she op {> ?sed their wiehes, while hi* companion gagged ler with a poeket-han Iken hief. The fellows seeing they were likely to be overpowered by the two gentlemen, look-to their heels and And. Mia Miller w .v? taken to a Myrtle avenue e ir and sent h"jp? fu -barge ot the conductor. Th3 radians dtritbtles* belong to a gang of villains wno infe?t t|)S lower portion of Rrooklyn. and wh'? attempt to violate the person ot every un rroteeted female they come acroes at night-? .Y- F. Tritium TRAVELING COMPANION*. " Be careful whom you travel with. Two of our rational follies are a carelessness in giving letters of introduction to anybody for anybody, and an amiability in ' hitching teams ' with any individual during a journey, Sharp and shrewd as we are. there are twenty instances in this country to one in England, of a gentleman's being robbed by his traveling companion. Take an instance. Mr. Keen Cute, from Arkansas, is going to the North?he is one of your wide awake sort?nobody can get around him?any body that can ' make shucks ' off of him, is welcome to the proceeds. Finds steamboat dull?gentlemanly hotel-thief?' oh, so very gentlemanly,' of course, bran-new hat, black clothcs from head to foot?quite adesirable man to chat with. But Mr. Cute is wide awake all the while?don't catch him gambling with stray acquaintances or making a trade with them. Acquaintance progresses?gentlemanly travel er talks about his friends?knows lots of Mr. Cutc's?is found by Cuto talking at different times to congressmen, legislators, and all that. Get to city?room together?next day gentle manly friend missing, and with him Cute's rea dy money. Cute very much astonished, his chance friend waa ' so very much the gentle man.' " Half a dozen times within as many months, the public has been entertained with accounts of unprincipled wretches who were compelled, on board of Mississippi steamboats, to marry young ladies with wlom they had eloped It is all of a piece with the Cute business t'n thinking gentleman?Mr. Greon?has lady put under his charge by anybody?perhaps by gen tlemanly stranger, who, in the confidence style, asks him just to see her ashore when they arrive at Snagville. Mr. Green rather fascinated by his young protegee?moro or less Very dull on board steamboat, passengers tired to death. Mr. Green prosecutes intimacy and meets with bewildering success. Passengers continue to be very dull. Mr. Green continues to advance. Passengers wouldn t mind a little scandal to t>ass the time. Green's young lady is observed >y other ladies to cry a great deal in very con spicuous parts of the cabin, and suddenly muffle up her face and sob, or else run. Lady passen gers full of pity, conclude at onoe that Green is ? a wretch '?ask girl if no isn't?girl boo-boos. Grand indignation scene?gentlemen passen gers hold meeting?noble impulsive hearts, let out their fine feelings?high-toned moral cap tain looks virtuously and grimly sagacious, winks to passengers, takes Mr. Green aside and bullies him about girl. Green turns blue. Captain calls him ? villian ' before folks, and or ders a marriage forthwith. Green declines. Captain produces two revolvers a bowie-knife, and a clergyman. Green 'caves ' and consents. Young lady overwhelmed. ladies overwhelmed, evervbody overwhelmed?especially the cap tain sclerk. whoexchanges winks with the bride when unobserved by the rest of the party. All cheerful?captain stands champagne?gentle men joke Green?ladies all sympathy to bride, dinner and report in newspapers. Green turns up as widower three days after among the Pel icans. Bride has run away with porte-inonnaie and shirt-studs. " Of a truth, this is a great world we livo in, and abounding in true sympathy, excessive warm-heartedness and chivalry, which meet with their reward." Donnelly's Death.?"One who was pres ent" at the hanging of Donnelly, writes to the Newark Mercury as follows : The story which seems to be passing current in regard to the alleged intoxication of young Dcnnellv, who was recently executed at Free hold. requires some notice, particularly as it has been made the cause of complaint against his custodians and spiritual advisers. It is now alleged and received as a fact, that just before being led out to the gallows, he drank '? four glasses of brandy,"'and that he passed into eternity in a state of drunkenness, lie was executed at two o'clock, and during the morning, took WTeral doses of morphine. When led out of the prison, he evidently was affected by the morphine, but there was not the slight est appearance of drunkenness. In the com mencement of his address, the effect of the drug and the terrible excitement of the occa sion. prevented that coherency of remark which characterized the greater part of his speech. When he came to analyze the testimony given against him on the trial, be had entire and perfect possession of himself His argu ment was marked by its ingenuity, its logical compactness, and its methodical arrangement, but when this was finished, it became simply a matter of utterance to prolong the brief mo ments of life, and those disconnected ejacula tions were produced by the awful moment, aud were nut the effects of liouor or drugs It is not true, either, that he charged Smith, the proprietor of the Sea View House, with the murder. He alluded to tlx; evidence of the bloody footprints in the passage, and to show that they .-hould not have contributed to his conviction, he referred to the fact that he was not in that passage with bare feet on the fatal morning, but that Smith, according to his own confession was. From this arise# the story that he accused Smith of the murder. Hit Him Again.?The Alexandii t Sentinel, quoting Mr. Henry Winter Davis" complimen tary notice of the " whole combined press of the country,'' says: The editors of the newspnpers will feel very sorry when they read the above,?very sorry. It reminds us of an anecdote: When Wiliam Penn was Governor of Pennsylvania, in com pany with a friend, he took shelter from a storm in the shop of a eomb-makcr. The man was a violent foul-speaking man. and conducted him self with such impropriety as todraw upon him a rebuke. He was very indignant and with an air of great consequcnce, informed his visitors that gurely they did not know who he was. "/ am a justice of the peace ' " said he. The com rade of the Governor quietly remarked, as he pointed to Penn,44 my friend makes such thing? as thee." If Mr Davis has rut Ins teeth, he will be able to make the application and to profit by it. Making an Assignment ix New York.? The Syracuse (N. Y.) Journal tells the fol lowing : A man not a thousand miles from Syracuse, having made an assignment some years since, was called upon by a New York creditor to whom he exhibited his books, and with whom he proposed to settle at fifty cents on the dollar. The New York man replied, "How can you pay fifty cents on the dollar ' Your assets will not pay over forty cents.'' ' Well, never inind thaU"' says the unfortu nate assigner, "if my assets will not pay the fifty cents. I will make up the deficiency outof my own p<icket." Ci me ron Drithkenxes*.?An exchange recommends the following as an infallible cure lor beastly intoxication : Whenever a |>erson is in a stupid and insensible state from the abuse of intoxicating drinks, lay him on his right side, elevate his left arm, and pour cold water down it slowly. Before a common pitcher full ; can be emptied, the man will walk, perfectly ( sober. 1 | \rr Miss K K. Horliank, of Palmyra, was I prew-ntfd on New Year'* dav with SW0,0t>0, and a land warrant, for 100arres of land, l?y her broth ! er, who resides in Louisiana. 1L7~ Mi?s Sarah A Moore ha* recovered a ver dict of #337 and roata ag* I n*t one .Mr. Faulkner for brear.h of promise The lady is 10 years old sad blind, and has an illegitimate child by Faulkner * 1)ivor<e m \ i? k k a a \ ?One J ud ^e Dangerfleld, of the Stia<ta District, Cal , baa decided that when a husband charges hi* wife with bring a lewd , character. *he i* entitled to n divorce, nnlean the btialundcan substantiate the charge on trial. 11^* A thief recently ?*nte:cd a house in Clin ton C >nn.. through the parlor windows, and after tying up a bnndie of ove.coats, pantaloons. , Ac., took a music box from ihe table. The h a . l??-lo^ wound up, commenced playing, which at | traded Mrs. U to the room with a light, when [ ?he discovered the fellow leaving. Special Notices. To the Citizens or Washing ton.? Wolfi't Sekttdam Aromatic Schnapps.?The proprietor beta leave to oall the attention of strangers and the oitizens of Was a very superior article of Holland Gin, wh ih he introduced to the Atnerioan public under the iame of Wolfe's Soheidam Aro matio Schnapps. This Gin is man ifactared by the proprietor exclu sively at his Disti lerr in Schiedam. Hoi.and. It is made from the bert Barley that can be procured in Europe, at any ooat, and flavored and medicated, not l?y the common harsh berry, but by the most choioe botanical variety of the Aromatio Italian Ju niper Berry. whose more various extract is distill ed and reotined with its spirituous solvent, and thus beooines a oonoentrated tincture of exquisite fla vors and aroma, altogether transcending in its Cor dial and Medicinal properticsany alcoholic beverage heretolbre known. The proprietor has submitted it to nearly the whole Medical Faculty of the United States, and has received answers from about four thousand Physicians and Chemists, who endorse it over their signatures as a most desirable addition to the Ma teria Medica. Persons who purchase should be careful to get the genuine artiole, as the wholecountry is flooded with counterfeits and imitations. Put up in quart and pint bottles, in cases of one dozen each, and for sale bv'all the respectable Drug gists and Grooers in the United States. Udolpho Wolfk. Sole Importer and Manufacturer. Depot, No. 22 Beaver street, New York. Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps, is presonbed with great suocess by tho Medical Fac ulty hi Gravel, Gout, Chronic Rheumatism, Drop sy. Dyspepsia, Sluggish Circulation of the Blood, Inadequate Assimilation of Food, and exhausted Vital Energy; and as a beverage it has no superior in the world. Put up in quart and pint bottles, and for sale by all the Druggistb and Grocers in Washington, Udolpho Wolfk, Sole Importer and Manufacturer. Nos. 18,20, and 22, Beaver street, New Vork. Wolfe's Schkipam Aromatic Schnapps.?The proprietor particularly reooinmends the above Schnapps to persons travelling or aliout to settle in the South or West on account of its Medicinal pro pertu s in correcting the disagreeable and often dan gnrous effects produced by a change of water?a visitation to which all travelers South and West are particularly liable. Strangers should be careful in purchasing the Schnapps, as the whole country is flooded with counterfeits and imitations. The genuine has the proprietor's name on the bottle, cork and label. For sale by all Druggists and Gro cers. Udolpho Wolfe, d 12 3m Depot 18 Braver s'reet. New York. I am in possession of some valuable certificaies in favor of the Consumption Destroyer; ali;oof its efficacy in relieving bronchial disease attended with severe cough. The Syrup is pleasant and safe,and is composed of roots and herbs procured from the Blue Ridge; it is no common article. They are nicely enveloped in my circulars, where my place of residence is seen. The extract of a flowercalled the Alpha Oir fment for the Piles, can. with the Syrup, be found at Mr. C. Stott's; the Syrup is at several other places on Pennsylvania avenue, as well as Georgetown, at Mr. Newman's on Bridge street. In Alexandria at Ledbetter's. In Baltimore, at Haiice's, 1(>8 Balti more street. d7-tf Dyspepsia and Fits.?Dr. Tracy Delorme, great enrer of Consumption, was for several years sobad ly.afflioted by dyspepsia that for a part of the time he was confined to his bed. He was eventually cured by a prescription furnished hint fly a young clairvoy ant girl. This prescription, given by a trier* child while in a state of trance, has cured every l?ody who has taken it, never having failed once. It is equally as sure in cases of fits as of dyspepsia. The ingre dients mav be found in any drug store. I will send this valuable prescription to any person on the re ceipt of a stamp, to prepay postage. Address Dr. Tracy Delorine, New York Post Office. n 30-2m Special Notice.?For Perfuiped Breath, White Teeth, and Beautiful Complexion, use " Balm of 1.000 Flowers " For dressing Ladies' hair use " Woodland Cream," a new pomade ; it oauttes gen tlemen's hair to curl beautifully. Price ?? cents each. W P. Ff.tridge A Co., Proprietors. New York. Wholesale and Retail Agents for Washington. Taylor A M acrt, Booksellers, between 9th ami loth st.. Pa. avenue. n 17 THE SHOALS AND oriCKSANDS OF YOUTH. Just puhlt.shut, the M edition. 117" ON SPKRMATORRHKA OR SEMI NaI. DISEASES.?A scieLtifio Trea'ise on the treatment and perfect cure of Nervous Debility. Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Emissions. Impo tence. Ac., resulting from vicious habits acquired during the critical p&snage f om Youth to Man hood. BY DR. CULVER WELL, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of Eng land, (I?W7), Licenciate of the Hall, (18541, and 3d years Resident Practitioner in London. Author of the "Guide to Health." ' Green Book," "How to be Hanpv." "Memoirs of Single and Married l.ife, Ac. This small but valuable Treatise, wri'ten by world renowned Physician and Surgeon, points out the onlv sure and permanent cure for all diseases result ing from self abuse, and is the only publication of its kind written in a benevolent xpirii and l>y a scientif ic man It should be in t lie hands of all who value their life and health and happiness here and hereaf ter. Price 12 cents, or 4 stamps, at the receipt of which it wi I I* sent,post free, snd well secured, by Dr. ''H KLINE. No. 420 1st Avenue, Box 4V*. N?w York. ian!2_ BOOKS! BOOKS!! Gl FT8!?GIFT8!!?GIFTS!!! PHI I.BRICK'S THIRD ANNUAL SALE now open at No. 476 Pennsylvania nrtnut. first door east of United States Hotel. Our STOCK OF BOOKS consists of several thousand volumes, embracing the choicest European and American Literature, which will be sold at the publisher's lowest price*, and many of thern for less, and a BEAUTIFUL PRESENT will be made (immediately after the sale) to each purchaser of a Book for which we receive #1 and upwards. Our PR ESENTS consist hi part of? Gold and Silver \Y atches. Gold Lockets, Brace lets, Armlets, Chains, Cameo, Gold-stone and Slo saic Pins and Drops. Wuds and Sleeve Buttons, ??old Watch Keys, Cuff Pins, Pens, Pencils, Rings, ho. 3730 worth of Presents will be given away with each thousand Books sold. Catalogues of Books can l?e obtained at the store Indies and gentlemen are invited to call and ex amine our atock of Books and Presents. Sales Day and Evening. d 11-tf J. PHILBRICK. Agent. To GASTON A CI.AKK, tO LOUISIANA AVENUE, seoond d?>or from 7th street, under the Avenue House, dealers in CLOTHING AND GENT.'S FURNISHING GOODS. The subscnliers call attention toa desirable Stook of CLOTHING which they now have on exhibi tion at their Store. No. 48 Louisiana avenue, second door from 7tn street and as they are determined to close of! the lot if possible, every efTort necessary on their part Bhall l>e used in order to please their customers. In the Clothing Dkpartmknt we can guarantee the stock to be perfect in point of durability, fit and style, because we make every thing oiirse|ve>, and have no hesitation in saying our goods will be found equal to the best order work in tne country. Watching the various changes of fashion, parties may rest as ured of finding the latest cut and make in store, subject to their inspection and approval. $15,000 worth of Goods for Men's, Boys' ajid Ser vant's Wear, will be sold at auction prices, and pur chasers would do well to examine the lot. This is no humbug, as our assertions can be proved on ex amination. Call and see us ut the a!>ove Store, d 28-.1m GASTON A CLARK. BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES At the corner of 6th and L Streets, BY MRS. KE8LEY * DAUGHTERS. Circulars, terms, and all necessery information given on application to Mrs. P. Kesley, jan 15 dtFebAeolm History of the republic of the United States, as traced in the writings of Al exander Hamilton; by John C. Hamilton, volume 1, ?2 50. Tucker's History of the Umled States, volumes 3 and 4, 91 per volume. Examination of the Dred Scott Case; by Thos, H. Benton, 91. The Queens of England and theirTimes;by Fran cis lAnnelot, Esq., 2 volumes, $3. Portraits of my Married Friends; by Uncle Ben, ? 1.25. Stories for the Home Circle, 15 cents. Thr*e Days in Memphis, or Sketches of the Pub lic and Private l.ife of the Old Egyptians; by Dr. I'hleman, 73 cents. Mustang Gray; by Hon. Jeremiah Clemens, 91. SeaStones, I volume, 75 oents. I.tfeat the White Sulphur S'pri'igs; by Mary J Windle.T* oents. Perils of Certain English Prisoners, a Christmas story; by Diokens, 25 oents. An Aooount of the Smithsonian Institution; by Wm. J. Rhees, 50 cents. . Altnaoach Frauoais des Etats Unis, I85B, 25 ots. jan R FRANCK TAYLOR. IBLES AND PRAYER BOOKS, in variety, bound in velvet, fine cslf, and Turkey morocco, with clasps and illustrations. French Portfolios. Albums, English and French Drawinr Books. Gold Hens, Rodgers's Penknives, fine editions, in fine bindings, of English and A merman standard authors in Poetry and Prose, and French, English ami Ameriiwu Juvenile B?oks for youth of all ages, may be found at the Bookstore of the undersigned, mostly imported from Europe br himself. FRANCE TAYLOR. Pianos, Ac. F?i: MOJl??^LRAVEN' bacon* co/s ? "perior PIANOS, just arrived at th?-n Warerooms of ^ u W- G- METZEROTT. . w - - - r*?oonn hand Pianos for sale cheap. n 20-tf J^UNNS A CLARKE'S rJ^_^n r wai.lktt, dayVs a cn.'sH rn? Cnnmfm ,f* EB H A TL D, K lA X(J *?.K TK S, constantly receiving and for sale only by ** u K tJO"N F- ELLIS, pn,?k. *W Pa.av., be twee* 9th aod loth sts. <v?hTohaaera will find it to their interest to examine Pianos? *" "uperior qualities of the above hj^T0'-. Cov?". Melodeons, &o., Ac., also on - - - - n_16-tr r_JOLD MEDAL PREMIUM PIANO FOHTES. WILLIAM KNABE. (Senior partner in the late firm of n~?. Knabk. Gaehlk A Co., ?s^re P? a'ru!?? SViff^rva19 ^ "ll? of trand ??d wfn!. v FORThS, under Hie name. ?i

of \V illiam Knabe A Co., nt the old stand. ?!,??(? ?? I L-s? 7 North hutaw street op HI IT* (! En taw House, Baltimore. Nn?w it?u *? i>P?n?d * ,,cw Room at .'I,ire 8fr0Pt' between Charles end Light Henri Ktnr?flfe? Prem,,e8 Partly oooupied l?y Mr ^JLL Z. a8 a music store, where they will and hf^hi8. fi ri.oni larjje assortment of plain J ? , \1?r "i-,U"h71*ran^a?d Piano Fortes also, Melodeons. from the best makers, from 4 to octave, aome with double key-boards, double reeda and atops to suit small churches, W*?? ,n the mannfaeturs liberal teTmiu wt,ule,al*and r?tMJ. on the most , l*1"1?0" *"?re awarded the highest pr*miun (c?>!d nifdal i at the F flirts of the Maryland Institute ir: r"^"'rVP V*"-October, l?55, ind t^-ln " ' n??I,i i t fourteen and eighteen piano* from some fimi.fe \VJH^|er* I0"1 Wi Vi"rk' Boston and Hal tinore. \V e were alsoawarded the first premium "ma"?8*aSlS'8Kll,Th2 'ield R,ft,?ond' "" fii ?' U . nU rhey have "Iso been awarded th? highest premium (silver medal) at the Metro po..tan Mechanics' Fair for 1357. nil?.' fr??OIJthl* yre,are ,n poaaeaaion of testimo .k mo*t <ll8t'"KUished proreasors anc oountry, which can be seen at oui warerooms, speaking for themselves and others of every ^here'lfeldl " Whl0h *aS . fwL!?iiiMJ!!rent*uMe fuaranfeed for five years, tnfl mnnVhl f **chaiife is granted within the first ji """ """V nos exchanged, hired, ard tuned. mar ,6~,t WM. KNAHE A CO. Thott1!?10 DFE?T OF u* G. METZE ? KOrT, corner of Eleventh street and w**-**?. Pennsylvania avenu*1, is the larg?bt andS=5?=il i. "."f ty; also,! rinces superior MELODEONS. i ogether with an immense stock of Musical In *p!Ine,r .%n. ^heet Music of every description. H q ?fforte tUDlnK execute.! by Mr. Rebine. I (>RD HURON'S WORK?, fi vols., Murray'a Lond,m Aeen^lf" N,&ksPeare' 9 vols., octavo oak'cases'*1'?rd Shalt,!peare' 10 vo,?- London, in gilthe Cab,net Shakspeare, 12 vols., London, oloth British Poets. 4 voir. London, half calf. fuM^lf" HlograPhlcal Dictionary, U vols., London, inan"in "aff"?!ff2 ^1... London, many Burnet's Histories. 3 vols., London, half calf. liKa,""1-' HO.OO.'. .'vol.., V.JV'SS./Vu'uJif"'1"" ,ndUC"V' a U'l'ml * a' v.0'";' Eondon, green oalf. .J1^ FRANCK TAYLOR. J^ADIEf, PLEASE READ. For r^nume, reliable FI'RS, free from moth, and fresh made, call at STINE.METZ'S, if* Pa. ave liue, between 12th and 13th streeta, wlio bas re ^:r.r,,'!i8t/UCt,?rl8 frJ>"1 New Vork- to sel1 the fine 77! ?no^ commission, at less dis count tnan heretofore offered. '"f fo"r,,, th? -isndsomet seta HI.- ? ? r8' ia,/ an<| ?uarter Capes ever brought to this city, for $10 and $12, Victorines $5. cheap"' Cape8and Cloaks, of superior quality, very attention is invited to two ver? Nree ind IjM CRPe,? worth over *1??, eaoh for $75 Mink Sable Cape,medium a:ze. ^nd $35. a 1 Viotonnen A14 and ^IH. Also, several seta real Hudson Bay Sable. F^nn?. \!,r,T"l! Siberian Squirrel. Fitch Marten, I renoh Mink, Ac , in all iheir variety verr handsome; Mutls to match, of all kinds, from $2 51 to Hail. Kvery artiele warninfed. and if proven as not rep resented, the money will bo refunded. B. H. STINEMETZ, ? ? ^ ' a.avc.,bet, IKfh and !3th sis., ,a" '' next di?or to MTdame l>? Urn?. TO THE PUBLIC. .. . r?-,?.s?,"^.ppr"r"18 having advertised for sale an ?? LNEXPLOSIVE fiAS," wtioh is no thing but the well known "Eth^risl Oil," therefore ' jfJ? it necessary to oaution cousnmeis for their safety, that the only genuine article u known as Remtzel s non !? xplosive Burning Fluid "and is prepared and sold yV. STUTZ. at his Depot co # r?r ?i I "il, r "treets, he t^mg the so|? pos^eaa CoVumbfa"* th? "ame in tiie District of oc21-eo3m FR. STCT7 Davna u ^A"H.V*eTOJ*' Deceml?*r 26,1857. Zn 1> a i ** 1 ? hav'n5 made a Convey tf1r,Tra.1 A8?i*iimeiit of all ins Real and i t.raonal Estate to the underaigned in trust for oer tain purposes, all persons having claims against the said David A. Hall are requ?sf?iil to present the same as soon as may be convenient at the office o| one of the 1 rustae?. No. 411 Louisiana avenue; and all persons indebted to the said estate are requestetl to pay the same without delay. }} M. H. PHILIP. a 9a tuxtr HARVEY L1ND8LV, d?-?otf Trustew, pHII-DREN'S BOOKS FOR l&w.-The Little i ^ Commodore, Mother a True Stories. The Won er u . ?fA Richard, the Lion-hearted, Heroes 1 ??>{?'iaiu8 ' .^a and Eand. Inquisitive dri?nr',ii ?* Bol'lhero, \\ hat to do and how to do it, .iberian Sable Hunter. Tru? Stones and False Taea from the German, Belle and Lilly, or the >,(iy.ur " N"r?erv Khvmes, Naughty Boyaand (*irla, Fairy Talei by the Coun less I) Aulnoy. and many others for youth of all agea. some of them juat from t.nndon. d23 FRANCK TAYLOR. ITNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE. ^ Washim. ton.January 15,1R.S7. On the petition of Caleb and T. Willis Pratt, of IN ew ton, Mass., praying for the extension of a patent granted to them on the 4th of April, 1K44, for an im provement in " truss frames of bridges," for seven years from the expiration of said patent, which takes place on the 4th day of April, 1858? It is ordered, that the said petition be heard at the I atent Office on Monday, the 22d of Marcn n*?xt,at 12 o clock in.: and all persons are notified to appearand show cause, if any they have, why said pet it ion ought not to be granted. Persons opposing the extension are required to file in the I atent Oince their objections, specially set forth in writing, at least twenty da>s before the day of hearing; all testimony filed by either party to be used at the said hearing must he taken and transmit -! i'IU1?00 1nT W,th V,e rule8 wf the "ffio?. winch !*?? 1 lurnished on application. Thetejtinum, in the case will b? closed on the htn ot Alarch ; depositions and other papers re lied up.m as testimony must be filed in the Officeonor before the morning of that day; the arguments, if anjr, within ten days thereafter. ' 1 Ordered, also, that this notice he published in the Union, Washington, D.C.. and Post, Host Mas sachusetts, once a week for three successive weeks previous to the22d of March next, the day of liear lnR* ? JOS. HOLT, u a PI. ... Commissioner of Patents. f*- '"'"'tora or the above papers will please copy, and send their bills to the Patent Offioe, with a pane^ contauunr th?a notion. jan 2W-l*w3w PROIMiSALS FOR ENGRAVING AND LI TH OG RA PH^C^ PR INT1N G. OrriflE ScpE*ijiTKNDr!*T Public Printing. Washinrton. January 20, 1k58, .^.W' T'J V? reoe'ved at this office until the second day ot I- ebruary next, at 12 o'clock, for en !i^V,?5i?M,o n?'and, Printing from the same for the thm te"fd Honse ??f Representatives of Hi>. 'ted States, two thousand nine hundred and !!i "tmore oopies, of each of certain map* and eriartstoaooompany the annual message of tlie Pres Vn,t(k'i ?tata" and doo"ment?! Bidder, k fn5? for ?nJF'av??K ??0h map, and the price per huudred oopies Air printing separately. ^ op.en f?r lh? inspection of bid .L'* l^f? u5.\l'th? mornln* ?f 'he day f r flit- hldB/ The paper required for printing these maps will be furnished by this office. H.rZ.\!r required from the successful bid der for the faithful execution of his contract. _18 'te nistinctly understood that no bid will he entertained from any part* not di-ectly engaged 111 bill for acquainted with the style of work The proposals must be addressed to Gm. W. Bowmam, Superintendent of the Publin Printing, ttahincton. and he endorsed "Proposals for en graving and Lit hog rapine Printing " janao eotd GEO. W. BOWMAN, Super't_ 1/-^lE?',TUCK, and all sorts of COMBS, a , GLBBS Hair Store, near 13th St., and at his J?ale? Room, nnder Willarrfa' hotel. n q %r, FIA-s!?.ES. COMBS, PORTEMON tS' Card Cm?8, c,*ar Oases, A c., a very large and superior stook, at ' d Si McLAU6hlIN*8. 20 fa. avenue. Vocal and Initrnmcntal Moiic. / ^ W K H F K * 8 .Vw-E f*E?RATfcl)CUTILLON BAND P'oasure in announcing to the public that IT" TlV-i'? TiR'.*! IT rurn'jh first class PAR ? incMamf "ALL8, ,fh forth* com 7s The latest and most fashionable Ouadrillea. and He.?/? h-' f*0t,oM'??'?*s. Gallopa, Maxurlwa, have Iwd rehearsed mid s km t i. ?* S?lh?ltaS*r?t4u!l!""M* wl,,ch ar? performed /? ! ,mi ?"'r. *"!> great succrnB. OrUeraleflat themusio store of Mr. Metzerott ?.T1'^r' G?ut,er ?. Confectionery, also, at I." U eber a residence, No. 563 Seventh street, between tion I?<Navy \ard,? will meet with prompt atten j d?-Irc? LOFIS WF.BKR. Letter. ___ Dancing. |) A N C 1 N U ACADEMY. ?h^ T F. OA8ZYN8kT?kI DAIGHTER have the honor to announce to the Ladiea and Gen- ttX tlemen of Washington and Georgetown that iv.W/ 7 ?Pen?hl" Classes for Dancing in^ft Washington on Friday, the 9th of October, at CrJB, frl toMasters, fmrn-r "?f,0C p' "'-I. f,,r ?u*l Gentlemen, lLnr2l? ?,<ick p- m- ***?rr<i*tnwn?ob Wednftdav he 7th of October, at Miss Harrover's Ladies Sem inary. IromSo clock p. m. .tFIST tf.r7,s *nd particular application can be made uLk ; M fc atreet, between ?fh anO i"tn streets. se ,2 6m E1J1TI04\S, in fine hiudinga. of Byron n r,,p,e' ""ins, M.lfon, Shakspcare, ?I'T Haileck, Longfellow. 'f enny son, O wper. HolLT^hiM ?uiif' Akeiifcide, Rogers. Gay. iiemana, he.l??y Southey,Gray, \\ or ds worth. Keati., tk Howitt, Spenser, Do den. tiol.Gmith, .ind many other Poet*. may be found at the Ho?,k .J,rVf l.h? undrs,c,ned- "'?'??> ""ported b> him r.Ti .ii ?c .'r"m London, some of them w.ta beauti iui illustration*. d21 FRANCK TAYLOR. St.PM?W5?I2 vcmie ev KS n ? ENG rH EN and assist them, by the Paris Optician, D. WOOLKSON, who Ll has arrived from Europe with his s own, as well as the manufacture ofa good man* FvV'r I A^iVw'1 '"Trov-d SP? CTa?lES and P K ? 1*#?pw? iA"IVV\,T-h 1 ch are th? I hKIM^OPIC CONCA V K And P()\ VKY tk<j DOC BI.K FOC L8 and DO IB 1 Po I 1SHIn B R A Zl LI A N P K B BLM C R V ST A 1.8, He 1 wlucii fire warranted to improve an? EYK ?iilecre?l ??f.sTiKBvgSf^r "?J" 1.0LBLE-PO...SHKD VKNKZl ELIAN \v*. CeD 6 highest recommpudatiors at the ? 8 s!r. at Pans, through their producing a ?*?"iesa of vision heretofore unknown in any other improvements. * pAl*"?,l?tTles.,f OPKK A. SPY. and MAGNI i , i.i..- Compasses, and Microscopes Penn.v^L. ?. h 18 c''rn*r ?f Eirhth street and renns>!\ania avenue,or Eighth street No.Oi be ^52" P street and Pa. avenue. C7" Do not mistalc* the corner of Btk l.?hmTn?T^7- reasonable, the same as at his estab lishment in Europe. % n3-tf RAUGAGEEXPRE s~s cTf" fT c e y J ? 5 STRKKT. Adjoining Tht Statu Printing OJiet. ? Jihr?K8ub"' ^*ent f?r Baltimore and Ohio and Washington Branch Railroad, has opened an office, at the alH>ve place, for the accom modalioB of tlie public, where order* can he left lot the use of \\ agons to convey BicKngo or Pn<'k?re* to and fr?>m Railroad Depot. Steam'?>ats. Ac., or (or renaVi ar7 P?'nt 'n City or Georgetown. Office open from 7 o'clock a. m. to 1? o*c p m., daily, except Sunda*. 7 to in o'clock a. m . 2 o'clock ' if;"1. k M. MoCLINToCK. Bagrage Agent Ba:tim<.re and Ohio Raiinmd. W. n -I ersons comlnj to Waahiugton or going to iw"^'iie,J" having made up their minds where they will ?top. b* Riving up their checks to my agents on the c*r>. willl have their lagc.ige taken ? 'j orat B,lfITT>?re office, No. 11 Sharp street, and no extra charge. d iq P<ROM PARIS.?Fine editions, in fine bindings, u.. ?n? K'JTr lrS.f"0"ta">?i^evitnif Duci?. Rsl? <.. , n De.avicn", Mo..tegqUien. I.a LJru r,?r R ? R<'"bseau" Chateaubriand. L'?u rier. Rotron, Balzac. Marmier. Volture CaDeheue Thierry, R.nshefoiicauld. Malherbe. Cor' %r>?f- Repiard. Guizot, Froiaaart. Mo? strelet. Buchon, Moliere. Kocii, Bartiilemy snrf Wti"? ?'?ttn^ard I" renoli authors. nnporte<! by 4m FRANCK TAVLOI. ^L'LPEPER FEMALE 1NST1TITE. vT>w ,',ch<>o!' located at Culpeper Court House, in *'1 ebuary"ittR??* U" 8"?sion the firs' Monday Terms; per session of five months, payab e half in anvanoer K^'i.<1,n,pnv^'> if preferred, I including fMl.lighU.and washing ? Tuition in common English Branches 12 5n Higher Enrlish Branches j5 00 Ancient and Modern Languages and Mnthe mat 1 H8 tycy in Muaio. 7.'U* n sii ? ?..... io on Pan.ting ? in on Embroidery ? n, Rev. J. \V. GEORGE,! n .. .. _ , WILLIAM HALL. < P"t'l?. ? ; ?:<-irOT arBi % 'Mr1 oth'^ Particulars, references. Ac._. address either of the Principals as above, a 7-lawtFehl WSW Boo r AND MUG BTOBK. .Ji^/Ubf?r,b*r '"Pectfully informs hia friends wnu the pu!?iic generafiv that he lias remov MivT00tANns,H?E ESTABLISH |R] .u .lu j * J 3,Pen??jlva??ia avenue.w El south side, and sined.tors ea*t of his former* 1NL place of busiuess. where may Ik? found a very gene fiM aiul "^'eot assortmont of BOtlTS, SflOKS )5r?. i i '"r ',lu',e"? Gentlemen and Chil (iren. of h.s own manuf icture; v, Inch will, in quality w.r!7ifrlT Tv,,r'"na'"f'"P- compare favorably with tdote of the Itest eitablndiment*. A1J goo^s made by or bought of the subscriber may be relied upon as being, in all t ases. exact y as represante<l. to which he would moKt respectfully ? n.,,"lVon wf. tho,,,* 1,1 *a"f of good articles, rhe subscriber takes tins opportunity <>f return me his sincere thanks to his friends and the public in general for ihe very lil>eial patronaee given h in tor the past hve years; ana promise, in return for l he same and for that which may hereafter b? riven him. renewed efforts to give that satisfaction which is so much desired in our business. ion , . J- K- MORGAN, ?? Pa. avenue. " **>lt" south side, bet. 9th nnd Mth sts. | ONGFELLOWS POETIC \L Ur O R K S t'. i.nrnB P"Py* w.llh one hundred designs, by Gil iV.Wf! "i. others, finely bound. i ii .SON'S P<IEMS, London copy,numer ?nsly ill list rated and finely Ixtund. THE' POlMif rFiIO?S- SELECTED FROM 111 r? 1 J KTh, Ch?rle? Macka\. one vi?)utne, small quarto, London, finely hound, with 1U0 enrinv ines. e \NT'S POEMS, small quarto, 71 ei grav incs. finely bound. triited'and^b?^ndV""' ?ma" q'",rt?' f,ne'T ,llu' BRA( EBR1DGE HA f^L, small qu&rto, numer ous engravings and finely bound. And fine editions of most other English and Ame WJit?r|1. in I oetry and Prose,some beniitifuliy illustrated, others richly bound, may l?e found at the ttifffifcrto.sr1- m??ud * Jan4 FRANCK TAYLOR. Tu... v ? C A R R | a G E S. * Hh Subscriber having mafle additions to his Faotory. making it now one of the largest, mr^s? in the_ District, wnere his facilitieg f,,rft?j!?#' manufacturing ai kinds of CAK RlAGES and LIGHT WAGONS innot^TuT passed, and from hia long experience in the buei tiess. he hopea to give general satisfaotion. hand Carriages and Light Wagons kept on ly^tte^i n!RS U8atly don*'aud aM order* Pr,,n,Pt S.o,.?d-?.ui C.rru,, f?r new FASHIONABLE PER K I'MER I KS. from the GIBBS'S, n^r the ggffl ( r?A L giving a beautiful W lustre to the finger nails, at GfBBS'S Hair Store, nAWr afreet. P*. hv?. , ? m-.lm ITN1TED STATES PATENT OFFICE, ?? ashisgtos. January llth, 11M. On the petition of Palmer Sumner, of New Yoik, praying for the extension of a patent granted to him on the25th April, 18+4. for an improvement in "me tallic laths.' for seven jears fro/h the expiration of said patent, which takes place on tlie 23th day of April, WW: It is ordered, that the said petition be heard at tha PatentOffice on Monday.the 12th of April n?xt at 12 o'clock m.; and all persons are notified to appear sn.l show cause, if any they have, why Mid b?i,i, . ought not to he granted. aai?j petition Persons opposing the extension are reauirtvl inci. in the Patent Office their ohjertion. sDe^lI. forth in writing,at least twenty days \>e^fr??i!lT of hearing* all testimony filed by e.the/?I!?thr ^ used at the said hearing iriustbelak.nT 10 ^ ted in accordance with the rules of transmit will be furnished on app|i?i,.,n ' th? Ofto*' u|H>ti |U t?ati!non)r nitist 1^ filM II * *** Sr,tr?31:;: previous ??, a,t successive weeks to>he Lth day of Apr.l next, the ?Ky of Jog HOLT, Commissioner of Patents. . V S.?Editor* of the above papers will please copy, and send their bills to the Patent Office, with a paper oontainiiu this notice. jan 12 lawaw POWLANO'8 MACASSAR OIL, ?t Gl BBS'S It Hair Store, Mtr IXk street, a lO-aa THE WEEKLY STAR. VIH eneeueet Fauuiy ??<1 Ntvt tuning a nuiw variety of internets* ana be f*?k in tu euav-M p? Wished on Het*rdaT Stncie oopy. pm uibb 91 U Five oop;ee j ae Ten oopiea t ? Twenty oopiea U ? f?*. MftrMiirU ?drmmct. Bf ?abeorftM&g id Ciuh* itiMd tnoni neigh bora without the intervention of? mail ?cm.uvill be seroeired, J f?r oer.t.of Tns Wuiii i*t*i will he HT?t. It invariaKy oontaips tb* " Watk,?tfn Nt*t" that hM mad* The EvESiwe Bmamt i?l< to leutnil! tfcriHuboiit tit* oountiy. HT'Sir.g.e oopie* (in wrappers) ou be k?nn4 at tli? counter, immediately after tbe iuh e the pae*. Pnce-TKREE CENTS. frr Po*tmuter* who act as agents will be allowed a commission of 5' oeut. Dentutry, Ac DR. R. FINLEY HINT, M ? DENTIST. No. 3 " Pennsylvania ivrna*. >\ ill perfo-in all operation* kHotiginc to hi* - profession at his old established office. as above d 19-tf yHE IMPROVED BETS OF TEETH. M. LOOM IS. M. D.. the inventor and patentee of "Loomit' Mineral Pimu Teeth," auooessfully introduced hia improvement n>| nrious oitie*. ha* now permanently estab lished himself in Washington. This improvement for Set* of Teetb oonsist* otnef ly in making ? *et of bat one pieo* of marermJ, and tnat indestruotibie mineral. N<> metal is used in their const rust ion, and tbey are thereh>re free from (talvai.ic notion and nictalic t**te. There are mo ioaits to lieoume hliod with nio.stare or partio<e* of bod. henoe they a repute nmd rlemu. They are Uliter, stronger, iess c.umay, tar more durable, and natural in their appearance. 1 will give a reward o One Thousand Dollar* toaey one who will produce* work of art to eaual mm* in purity, tieauti, dnralH ity, artiatic exoeileuoe or any other reeuis'te fuality. All work ro*po: sibly warranted. S* Pence. avenue, betwe-n nth and IStfe street* ap 13-1 j VhENTlSTRY. It DR. STEPHEN DAILY, Office No. 19? Avnnva, Thet* doom /rem 14x4 Da. BAII.Y b*ta to inform the pa fclie that be oan be Been atail noura,at his office, located aaabove. H* feels assured that an expenenoeof fifteen reera* practice, with the targe number of p*t ten is, ami greet variety of difficult case* that he ha* treated success fully. will enalde him to surmount any difficulty, soientiCc or otherwise, relet in* to the Teeth. His o?-n experience co< tinning the opinion of n.any men en liter in the profession. *i?d especial y Drs. Harris aid E. Panaly. has lod lum. long since, to dis Oird all mercurial preparations for falling Teeth.also al< Euamsic, Gutt* Ptrcha. India KuMwi, and Ce ments for the construction of Contuiuoua Gum Teeth, and that Force!tan, mounted on Gold Plate, is the only reliable au Instance that can lie worn in the mouth, aa was moat conclusively shown by the last Amenoan Dental Convention. Although he flatters himself from aia long resi dence end practice in Washington, he is favorably known to his numerous f'ieu<ls ami patrons, be beta leave to refer them to the following TESTIMONIALS: From the late Reotor of the Churoh of Epiphany of this city Dr. Stephen b ailt : Dear Sir?I deeire to express my esteem for you personal^, and my confidence in you a* a superior dentist. The operation* executed for me have lieei. highly satisfactory. I hope that y<>a may receive the patronage from my friends aitd the public tliat your skill so well deserve*. Yours ve?3 truly, Washington, Ant. ?, ls?. J. W. K RKNCB. From one of the oldest firms in Baltimore, Messrs. &?**, Cotiran A Co. Hav;iM( employed Dr.Stephen Daily, Surgeon Den tist, of Washington city, to execute for me an im portant and diiLcult piece of work, wbioh be did to my entire satisfaction, and in view of the fact that one of tho most distinguished members of the Der.ta! College of Baltimore, in;led. after repeated trials, to perform tbe same work gives me great pjea*ure to express my entire oonfidenoeana nigh estimation of his proferrioual skill. Baltimore, J an. 12.1857. HARMANN B066S. Extract from a note received from the late Hon. J oha M. Clayton. U. S. SuNarx. Aug. II, 1?*. Tbe teetb you made for me work admirably; noth ing oou Id be better. Very gratefallv. JOHN M. CLAYTON. To thoee that seek relief from the maladies of the teeth, I oan chrerfolly reoommeod Dr. S. Itsily aa a superior Dentist; he ma<2e a set of porceiian teeth for oc? of my famil*,and p ugged several teetb fbr niTself. arid il.e work l>ai< u'i stood well for more than ten years. ROBERT T. NiXON. of the Va. Conf. of the M. E. Churoh South. April I*. 1856. We. the undersigned, having had ocomiob to avail ourse ves of the pj-ofessioutbi fsin of in. S. Bally, Surgeon Dentist of this mty, or having l>een oocnia ant of his operations on our families or friends, take pic\aure is expressing our admiration of his artistie skill . as well as of the uniformly satiefhctorv weneer in which he performs the most delicate and diftoult operation" in Dental Surgery.and we respectfully r? oommei.d htm to the oorfidence and patronage of the public, of whioh w e consider turn eminently worthy, flout* I*. \ 'Airua, Architect U. S. Capitoi. 'I hom as MiLLca, M. D, of Washington, P.O. B. S. Bohres, M. D. of Georgetown, D. C. N. S. Lihcolm. M. D., of Waehingt?*n. D. C? Jos. H. H<iAiiLiT.uf Washington. D.CV iokge Walioji. Ex -Governor of F? nda. Waltii Lenox. Ex-Mayor of Wa*ti,tgtons* Hs>?? Baliwi>, U.S. Patent OfBoe, O C Wkht. Principal Rittenhouee AoadeMy. iebao tf PD'IVEBNOIS* HOTEL. A. AVENl'E, fteiween I7lh and IRtb atreets. U achimtor. U? C. This eataMishment is n>wly furnished and ar ranged on the most modern sixf improved prinoiple, with private apartmeirta, Ac. JO^Ttoe Bar is supplied with the ohoioeet of \\ mes and l.isuors. Game and ott>er delicacies in reason. H<'t and Cold Lunch from 11 o'clock a. m. until 12 m. ."t( TOP THAT RATTLING. S1 I r.m now orepare-1 to put on " Chapman'* Ela?tie Anil Matttmg SMft Ksstener," a rure. jrwi; rt-med* for th?^ rattling of the shaf' clipfftRMB^ of C'irriNges and N\ agon*, which Lin t-r put < ii at ^ sinal; t*xpr <se. Call and examine at my Factory, where 1 have certificates from tho leading <'oaclmiskers in tbe country. ANDREW J. JOYCE, d fa-rf corner Utn srd F *ts. THE SECRET INFIRMITIES OF YOLTH I ANDMATI R1T,. Just Published. Oratie.lh' Thousand. A few w<<r??s of the Kational Trr^tment. without Medicine, of Fpcinatorrhes or Louai Weakness. Ni?cturnal P missions. Genital, raid Nervous l?el>ii|i>. Pre inMure lieony ?>f m- S?sien., Impu , tencT.asid Impediments to Mairiage general y. by B. DE LANEY.M. D. The important f;vct that the many aie.rmint ooir plaints, originating in the imprudei oe and solitude of vouth. titHT >?? easily removed without Medicine. :s in this email tract, c early demonstrated ; and the entirely new and hichlj cuocessful treatment a* adopted by the author. Tully explained, b? wl.ich everj one i* enab.ed tocuie Himaelf perfectl* and at tbe least possible cost, theieby avoiding all the advertued ros'ruma of the da?. Sent to any address, gratis si.d post free, in a sealed envelope, by remiUm^tw^^osta^e ^ejamps se2F-<'Awtf 17 t.ispeuard street. New York. j^LE AND PO R_T E R. I beg to inform the inhabitant* and vmtora of *he cities of Wash'ngum and ???o?geiown. D. C., that I le?ve e.nrl shall c>nsta?i?ly keep nn hand, a stock of XX ALE and BROUN STOVT PORTER, manufactured heie entirely from Malt and Hope, warranted fre* from all iriunons ingredients, put up in casks of various sizes, suitable for Hotels. Restaurants, Boarding houses and private families, delivered by mr own drays, in am part of the above citics, at the B'ewery prices. Orders received by poet will be attended to the day following. Also, M nit and Hops for sale. Brewery and Ma-thouse corner of K and ZTth at*., Washington city, D. C. d U 2m JOSEPH DAVfSON. PIANOFORTES FOR CHRISTMAS PRE? ENTS. \t*o. Meltnleo's. Violin*. Guitars. Mu?ic, Flules, Aceordeoiis. Taniltoriues, Ac.. Ac., suitable for substantial holiday Jl'H a * Piano and Miimo Store, 9* Pa. avenue, between ?Hh ami l?tb street^. d 81 [r?IN E EDITIONS. i? t me Binding*, of Gibf^n, Hume. Ha am. Maoaulay, Bancroft. Irvine, Carlyle. l4imt>. Roliertson. RoJIm, Plutarch, Roe one. Koldsmith. i>ean ^wiP. Hogarth. Mitford, Mackr t< sh. Hurnet. Ranke, Milton. W hewell, and other emi-cnt prose writers, reay t?e found at the books'ore of the undersigned, mostly imported di rect form London. _d 22 FRANC! TAYLOR. CHEAP PIANOS FOK SALE OR RENT. Two Pianos for f 15 each; one do. ?75; two do. f i?i each- two do ? 1?^ each; m addition toa large stock of Boaton and New York unrivalled Pmn<*a tf JQH\ F. El.LIS. PREPARATIONS foR CHRISTMAS. TAYLOR A M AUR Y annoanoe the eo??pleUon of their arrangements for the approaches sL. _? 1- ? A _ r i ? - _ - R - their stock includc* a careful selection of magnif oently illustrated Standard and other Works in plain and ornamental binding*; an unpreoedented variety of Encli*h and American Juvenile H?>"k*. ami a choice assortment of Bible* and Pray *r Book* (in the newest sty le?>; A il>um*. Portfolio*. \\ ritinc Desks Inkatand*. Cafsw. Ao, to whioh they re spec!fully invit* attention. TAYLOR A MAURI *S Bookstore, d a-tf near Pth street. pARD PLATE lCNGRA>'INO. AND PRINT VISJTIVG. INVITATION. AND BI'SINEHU CAR Dt* engraveif in every style. CARD PLATES printed in the beat mauner and with dispetwb. _ VISITMNG AND INVITATION CARDS.p>a.u and enamelled surface, furnished at the lowest pnoee. W. P. BAV'I.Y. No 278 Pa. are., het. 11th and ir * st*. da-tf itstsisnim THE PRACTICE OF THE COFRTS OF Juatioe in England and lb* 1'aited Ktata*. N Conwa> Robinson. Vol I.?As to trie place and time of a transaction on Piooeeding* ; treating ?hiefly of the o?>n#tot of law* am* the ststute of limitation*. Vol. 2.?Treating of the *Ml?eet matter of Mre<m*l actions ; in other word*, of the ri?ht of action. Sr1"" FSANOS TAYLO*.