21 Temmuz 1855 Tarihli Evening Star Gazetesi Sayfa 1

21 Temmuz 1855 tarihli Evening Star Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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THE EVENING STAR, published every afternoon, (EXCEPT sunday,) Stir Bmtlrlmz*. cent" of Pmnsylvaui* artnue ami EUttntk ttreet, By W. D. WALLACE, ATM be?ern* i.??nbaeribert by carriers at six AND a quarter cents, payable wwkly ip the AijenU; paper* nerved In package* at 37 c*uh per month To mail vibucnber* the sub ?crtp?!on prV#l* three dollars and fif TY CENTS a year inmdranrf,TWO dollars fw ?!* manths, and one dollar for three iryvrthn; for lew than thre# months at the rate of lsf If rents a we*?k. U7-single copies one cent. VOI. VI. WASHINGTON, C., SATURDAY, JULY DR. L. B. WRIGHT'S T75TAILIWG "SCE07UL0US ANTIDOTE," For the Permanent Cure oj CO ySV M PTIOy and all other form* 0/ SC RO FULOUS DISEASES. rpHlS Medicine Is prepared by an eminent nhy 1. sic Ian of eighteen years uractice in New York city. during which time he La* constantly used it with the most unbounded success, and created for It a reputation in private practice, unequalled in the hi?tory of medicine. itnets immediately upon the lilood. cleansing it fro in all scrofulous humors or impurities, renovating and. bv its magic pow er-. INVIGORATE TI1E WHOLE SYSTEM, iu proof of which, hundre?ls of respectable wit from the doctor's private practice have giv en in their testimony, and entreaty hose suffering from any scrofulous affection, to call uj on Iksm and taltsfj tki>n*elr?3. A Treatise on Scrofulous Diseases ran be had | gratis at PRINCIPAL DEPOT, 41*9 13roadway, a..d at Drug Stores generally CHARLES STOTT A CO., Agents for Washington. DR. L. B. WRIGHT'S TASTELESS " LIQUID CATHABTIC," OR. FAMILY PHYSIC. THIS !s the BEST. CHEAPEST, and MOST EFFICIENT CATHARTIC EVER OF FERED TO THE PUBLIC. It i? TASTELESS, (thereby avoiding the nau seating effect of Pills, Oil, Senna, Ac.,) and pro ducing no griping or other painful effects. Unlike all other purgatives, it searches to the liottom of the disease, thoroughly cleanses the stomach, and leaves the bowls entirely free from costiveness. NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT. Children drink it readily and without forcing, and NO MEDICINE IS .MORE HIGHLY RE COMMKNDED by the MEDICAL FACULTY, tiive it a trial and then judge for yourselves. It can he had wholesale and retail at E. H. STA BLKRA CO. S, Baltimore, or CHAS STOTT A CO.. Washington. D. C. DR WRIGHT'S PRINCIPAL DEPOT. 409 Broadway. where the doctor can be consulted daily on ais*asea generally, from 13 to 2 p. in., Without charge. je 13?Cm PROSl'ERI'S CORNET BAND. '?''HIS Rand is suitable for any and all purposes. A and is warranted to give satisfaction to ail thc?e who may be pleased to engage them, either as a Brass. Reed, or Cotillon Band Any number of musicians to 1* had at the short est notice, by applving to fRkderic TROSPEBI, leader, at Taha villi's Store, opposite the Marine Barracks N B ?Orders left at HilbusA HiU'sMusic De pot will be promptly attended to. may 25?im OLE*WOOD CE>IETERyT~ Office No. 293 Pa. ave., corner ldth street, (OVER THR ?AVI5?'| BANK.) THIS CEMETERY is laid out on the plan of the celebrated Greenwood, of New York, and situated on the high ground distant one and a quarter miles north of tne Capitol?North Capitol street leading directly to the gateway. This Companv have secured a charter from Con pr^s. appropriating their ground forever to burial purp??e>. making a fee title to the purchaser, and prohibiting all encroachments from legislation or otherwise, which is of vast importance to those who wish their dead to rep??e where they have ptaced them, for it has become a custom In all o'.her cities when the burial ground becomes valu able for other purpose*, to sell it. aud throw the dead proiuiscously into one large pit, and legal measures cannot prevent it, as av titles nre given to the ground. N. B ?Otttee open from 10 to 12 o'clock a. m.. where Pamphlets, containing the Charter. By laws. and a Map of the Grounds, and all other in formation. can be obtained All orders left with Mr. James F. Harvey, No. 410 Seventh street, or any other undertaker, will be promptly attended to. Je 15?lw SEA BATHING. CHESAPEAKE HALL, HAMPTON, VA , IS *lt \iated wit hi a two miles of Old Point Com fort. with which placc hourly communi- r-res cution is had by a neat and commodious Om- ".'5 iiibus. of'he irnst modern style.also bv Hoats . Hack*. Ac. The Hall VIO be open for the recep tion of visiters on the 14th of May, at which time the proprietor hopes to be aHe to make comforta b?e and happy the stay of all wbo may be seeking pleasure or health M^nv improvements have been a<Med. such as cotta$>-*> for families, play grounds for children, shade trees, Ac . indeed every thing that can con duce to the comfort of visitors. For he.illh and beuatv of location. this pl??*e Is unsurpassed Tnere is daily com muni* nfion with the steamers of Richmond. Norfolk and Baltimore^ Terms, per day . S2 '*? Terms, per wrek.. 11 no Terms. per mouth, iper day) 1 25 je,l?toil R. G. BANKS. NOTICE TO THE* KEDITORSOF HALL It BROTHER. BARl'CH HALL, surviving part.nw of Isaac Haii. having on the 2*th day of February, 1W3, assigned to the undersigned all the stock in trade and dei?ts of th<- firm of Hall & Brother, to be applied to the f ill satisfaction of certain debts, liabilities, and engagements of said firm of Hall A Brother, and the surplus to pay and distribute raieably among such of the remaining cred itors of said firm a.s ?hail within six moutus from said itoth day of Febrnarv. l-sS5. ex?ate and de liver to said Baruch Hall full and ab>?olute re lease-. of all indebtedness to them res\mrlively by sa.d Baric b Hall, surviving partner as aforesaid Notice is therefore hereby given to sueh ciedi tors of **id firui of Hftll A Brother, or said Bar K h lla.1 surviving partner, as may desire to partici pate in the beueiit of said assignment to execute and deliver to said Baruch Hall full and absolute releases as aforesaid, within the period of six months from said ;s?tu ?lav of F ebruary. 1k>5. RICHARD WALLACH, Trustee. Je ! 1?eoc\ ug->th ? A RK1 AGES?CARRIAGES. (HAVE now on hand, and constantly finishing, ? very lar^e assortment of Pleasure and Family C A KR I AGES, of the latent fashions, which I will sell as li?w as trie saiue qiality of work can be sold in any of the principal Markets of the Uni'.ed Mates. Tne subscriber is now dealing exclusively In Carnages of his own manufacture, and all work ??id by nun will l>e warranted, and compare favor ably with any woik iu this market As I always k*epalarge assortment, I invite purchasers and ot&srs to examine my stock before purchasing else where Carriages built toorder. Old Carriages taken in Mchaage, or repaired at the shortest uo?i? e. THOMAS YOUNG. Sigo of the Gohlrn Horse, No U?9 Pa avenue and s'r?jet. jnay 1?eo3m FOR poor and LABORING MEN. V^MAI.L BUILDING LOTS of 10 feet or more, 7,'r' Tar-^< part* of tne City, and Georgetown, "? poce-, w,ui terms to suit. LLOYD A CO. BUILDING STONE, 1 ??lie, deliverable at ttie Canal, or *V barves, In Wanhuivton. Georgetown. or Alexandria LLOYD A CO. :15th street opp. Treasury Department. _ Jy ??l y ? ?HPOHfANT TO TEKNONS BREAKING I P IIOI SEhi-EPING. PERSONS removing from UiC city and wishing to dispose of their r'urniture and Housekeep ing I'tcnsil*. 4c., without th? troulde of sending *-eui to public auction, can do so by calling on us at ?Mir store. iilT Pa. avenue, corner of Wh strert. a* we are prepared to buy ail such goods as may I* offered. Housekeepers and other* will do well by calling en ?? as we will jsiy tne highest casn price* for a!l wli goods WALL, BARNARD A CO. > ~?im U17 Pa. avenue GREAT bargains IN LADIES . GENTS'. MISSES', A CHIL DREN > BOOTS AND SHOES ?The_^? s.iirsrr'iier has removed to the store on the* jr J c.sraer of Tweatieth street and Pennsylva- f u.a avenue. whe?e he is s< liii>g his iireseut wnl.-assorte?l ?u?:k of BOOTS A SHOES at great ly reduced po.es. All persons in want of tboi?e *rt.cles will Hud it to their ad vantage to call before L.rcba*<ng elsewheie. AH SLOAN, Corner of-ioth street and Petuia avenue, jnay 1?:;u. PHILADELPHIA LAGER BEER DEPOT, Pa ac?nm?, ktlieeen 4)% and ttrA ?H. YV"F- b*** at all tim?-s tue best PHI1.ADEL ?' PHIA LA'iF.ll BEER on hand, and offsr It now f.K sai* for 11 per keg, and in quart botties fc" il >1 JSU dozsu "'s Muj rhs bssr &s* of cost to all pat'* of th? city 117" Many pbysioians Lavs xscommended lUi fceer as >f ths best rtu?sdi9s ftT weak stsm* JOHSI.IlVtNI. WILLIAM THOXriOH. ELYANS ?t TllOMPSOX, HARDWARE, COACH "TEIttMIHGS, ke , No. 320 Pennsylvania nrrnur. bttwfin Nmth and T'*tk tts, Watkington, D? C. HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE Britannia, German Silver, ADwtaand J^lver Pla ted. Tea. Table and Dessert Spoons Carvers and Perks, Steels, Kniveti with and with out Forks Bra*-*. Hritannia. Block Tin and Tlated Candle sticks, Shovel and Tung*, Waflie Irons, Sad Irons Maslin and Bell Metal Kettles, Furnace*, Grid irons, Ovens, Ac. BUILDING MATERIALS. Rural Cottage. Closet, Cupboard, Chest, Till, Fad and Trunk I<orks Shuttle. Door, and Blind Hinges, Screws, Cut and Wrought Nails. Bolts Brad's Shatter Screws and Stubbs, Door Springs, Handrail Screws. Door Knobs Bell Fulls. Door Sheave* and Rail, Ac. CABINET MAKERS' GOODS Hair Cloth. Curled Hair, Moss, Gimps, Sofa and Chair Spring* Venitian Blind Hooks. Ra<-k Pulleys, Roller Ends Brackets, Furniture Nails Glue, Collin Handles and Screws, Diamond Screw Plates, Ac. CARPENTERS' GOODS. Plane*. Saws, Drawing Knives. Spokeshave*, Chisels and Gouges, Plane Irons Augers. Braces and Bitts. Boring Machines, Ham mers. Hatchets. Devels Bevels, Squares, Uuages, Axee, Ac. BLACKSMITH A COACH MAKERS' GOODS. Bla* k and Bright Springs, Axles, Felloes, Shafts, Spokes. Hubs, Bows, Poles Sleigh H unners, Silvered and Brass Bands, Stump Joints, Stump Collars, Top Props Curtain Frames. Lamps. Inside Linings, Lining Silks. Dauia?k. seaming Cords Tufts. Ta?*els, Buttons, Tack-*. Fringes, Ijnces, and Plain and Enamelled Canvass Russia Duck, Enamelled Leather, Dash Leather, Ac. ELYANS A THOMPSON, je 1?fim 326 Pa. avenue. CANAL PACKET LINE TO POINT OF ROCKS. rpHE Canal Packet CONGRESS having been I thoroughly repaired and puU in first rate order (the machinery! being removed and horse power substituted) eon tinues making her regular trips between George town and the above place. The Boat will leave the wharf of \V H A H G Ritter for Point of Hocks on MONDAYS, WED NESDAYSand FRIDAYS at? o'clock a. in; and the Point of Bocks for Georgetown on TUES DAYS. THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS at the same hour, storing at the different landings along the line for the reception and landing of passengers and freight, going and returning. The Boat will leave Georgetown at 7_o'elock a. D. m Returning, leave Point at 7 a. in , Know Ian "s Ferry at MonocacyS, Edward's Ferry 11, Sene? a 1, Great Falls 3^, and arrive at George town at? p. m Passage through either way f*2 Meals served regularly on board the boat at mod erate^rices. CHARLES MERRILL, Capt. PEEL'S LONDON GREEN GINGER WINE Manufactured from french GRAPES, green JAMAICA GINGER. V1 LLK OKAN (J HS, &c.?This delicious b*v erage becomes the greatest favorite wherever it is introduced. It is eoually palatable, more whole some. and not half tue price of other foreign wines. Many physicians use ft exclusively, ana recom mend it to all troubled with Flatulency. Dyspep sia. Debilitv. Cramps. Diarrhuta and Dysentery. Persons subject to Chills, or living in districts where Ague or Cholera prevails, lind its occasion al u?.e a pleasant and admirable preventive. Mixed with a little lced-water, It forms" the most refresh ing and wholesome cooling drink in warm weather that can be taken. Price 30cents per bottle, S5 per dozen. V B. Country Druggists, Grocers, Ac., flndjfcis WIne an advantageous addition to their ftflti^i a n-?t rale article, soils well, and gives great satis faction Agents, STOTT A CO., Washington; PEEL A STEVENS, Alexandria^ C1SSEL. Georgetown; J. BALMER,Baltimore. j> *?tf DENTISTRY. RB DON ALDSON. Dentist, late of the firm of ? Hunt A Donaldson, continues to manufacture and insert those beautiful] porcelain teeth, with or without gums, for specimens of which (made and deposited by the late firm; was awarded the first premium at the Mechanics' Institute Fair, recently held in this city. These teeth are earwd aud shaded to suit e?ch particular case, and their resemblance to the natu ral organs is so perfect as to deceive the most prac tised eye. Particular attention also paid to filling and pre serving the natural teeth. Charges moderate, and all operations warranted < 'fflf e southwest corner of Seventh^and D strert* Eentraace on D. mar 21?6m DENTISTRY. DR MUNSON respectfully calls public atten tion. to his new, patent and great ly improved method of setting Ar-J tificial Teeth, with Continuous Gum. the verv PERFECTION OF THE ART This style of Teeth has the following advantages over ail others, viz: GREAT STRENGTH, CLEAN LINESS, COMFORT and BEAUTY, vieing with Nature in these rcspectx, and in some others excelling. Pubiic inspection is respectfully solic ited. Please call and see specimens. CAUTION.?No otner Dentistin the District of Columbia has a right to make this style of teeth N B.?Teeth constitutionally healthy, plugged and warranted for life. < ?iiice and hoiwe No 2J* E street, near the cor ner of Pemia ?"enue and 11th street. ap 21?tf A CARD. MRS E. PHILLIPS, No. 401 Sixth street, between G and H streets, desires to inform the citizens of Washington and vicinity, that she is now prepared to give instructions on the PIANO FORTE. She has taught tnusic in some of the principal cities of the Union and ha- testimonials showing that she is fully com petent to discharge the duties of her profession to the satisfaction of those who may favor her with their [latrouage. Terms; Sflo for 21 lessons, at her residence, or ?12 at the residence of her pupils. je 12?eo3m? LAW PARTNERSHIP. Robert j walker and louis janin have formed a co-partnership under the firm of "Walker A Janin. for the management and argument of ca.se* in the Supreme t ourt of the Ciiited States, and before the Court of Claims at Washington City. Addre.^ Washington, D C may 10?eo3tn {No. 540.J VOTICE OF THE DISCONTINUANCE -Is of the United States (.and Office at Defiance, la the State of Ohio?Notice Is hereby given that in pursuance of law. and in view of the report of the land officer* at Dkkiance. Ohio, that tne va cant hind in said district is reduced below one hundred thousand acre*, th* Strrtiary of the In ftnor has directed said land office at Defi ance be disroiitinur-d ; and that the lauds remain ing unsold at the time of the discontinuance be made subject to sale and entry at Chillicothe, the only remaining land office in the Ststs or Ouio. l^ands remaining unsold and unappropriated by law. and subject to private entry at tlie land office office now discontinued, will rea.se to be subject to entry at M<td office from the dale of tbereeeiptof this notice by the register and receiver thereof, and the land officers at Chillicothk will give public notice of the day on which they will be prepared to receive applications for entries of anv such lands attheir office. JOS. WILSON, Acting Commissioner Gen'l Land Office. Je 23?la wow REESE'S EAGLE PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING DEPOT. THE subscriber respectfully announces to his friends and the public in Keueral that he has received the hrst lot of the celebrated DODGE S DOUBLE ACTING SUCTION AND FORCE PI"M P, which received th* S1LV45R MEDAL at the late Fair of the Metropolitan Mechanics' Insti tute. and is now prepared to furnish all who may favor him with a call His stock of GAS FIXTURES are onsurpaeeed in tne District With his corjw of competent workman he prides Liuiscif to flu lay orders in the PLUMBING AND GAS-FITTING line with promptness ana despatch. 1*7" All work done warranted to give complete satisfaction. JOHN KEE5E, may -i?'X corner 9th ??. *ud P? avenue, j BRILLIANT mailing match. THK low* of this beautiful and entrr?ain??r -a- sport are hereby informed that the rab* riber contemplate* getting up. on the 8th of August. a GRAND regatta. Two chased Etruscan Silver Goblets will con "ii ? o! rr,lC" V>P valuable to be aw?d ?L , , i! m?*l ?'"d lnMti in ,h* ^ e The next bent to Wr otT the second premium. Tht- match Is to be between boats belonging lo W?*hli?'toi., Georgetown and Alexandria tfoata having (fecks over ->5 feet are ineligible to entry. The proprie tors of boat* must bear In mind that they cannot ^his time "0t ow,,ed ln tLe abov? Pl^es at Many boat owners are now prepaiinir for the sport ro take place on the -th Augu< *,,dKn tLe apparent interest taken, it promises lo l?e one of aud affairs ev.:r ?K-fore nffea-d to the lovers of boat chasing in fhN "fee following craft have already entered for the contest: KNOW NOTHING. J}.1W?TCI?' craft that JSk7?|Mfiitt f *-dM,u triumphantly.) MARTHA." GENERAL JACKSON. A large and >?**Hutiful hi.-hikt will be chartered tor the occasion, in order t?. afford .ill who desire l^Jii L?rrr ^aii ^ opportunity w **> hold ail its various incidents. ot l.>OHlv and othprs, desiring to enter heir craft, or learn the manner and Intention of tne Keuatta. or terms of entrv, ran be trraMfl^d ln by falling ** the City Restaurant, cor iter of 1 eiuisylvaiiia avenue and !3iU street. Fort \\ ashington win be the distant e designed ntarting11 ? a"d rct"rnin? to lLe point of Price of entry to depend upon the k umb( r of con ^"r.r d "Al. L. JONES, Je 2&-!?Jit m*t' COr" *'a av and *? NATIONAL MEDICAL lOLLtOE, WASHINHTO.t. I) c. I lit thirty-fourth annual course of I <ectnre*will f commence on MONDAY, the?!d of October !Nx5, and end on the 1st March. 1?36. ' FACULTY. ?"phv"J?yM ?r ? * F. Johs.toji, M D , Professor of Obetet ncs, arid Diseases of women and children Joshua R,Le y, M D., Professor of Materia Med Ica, 1 herapeutics and Hygiene Jjio. I bbit May. M. D., Professor of the prln< i ples and practice of surgery. 'tKAKTON Tylkh. M D., Professor of Pathology and practice of medicine, and of clinhvil med iclne. Liw.s HStbiwbr, M. D., Proftssor of Chemis try and Pharmacy Edward M. Scott, M. D., Prosector and De monstrator. I ik^ MILDER, M. D,Dkaj?. rfjrc r 1 ?i1mJIar institutions in Europe, the desks from which the regular lectures are^lven and the words for clinical instruction are under the same roof, 1' Hie entire expense for full course lectures. .??*> u? I ractical Anatomy by the Demonstrator 10 CM* Matriculating fee, payable only once. fi iv 0 raduating expenses * 03 ,J Admission to tl?e medical and surgical clinic with out charge. evInh1?i?C,tK.re,,KW111 bf,F1Ven in afternoon and evening thereby enabling those engaged in busi ness during the morningtionrs to attend h or further Information address THOMAS MILLER, M D , v 11 h.ji 1 . . Dean of the Faculty. Medical indents draining situations as kler !" .fje ^ H-hini;!on Inflrmarv, ; which is the cluilcal department of the National Medical CoUege j are reoiie^tcd to inakeappllca L Jr.US *ilevi M I* ? Curator of the \\ ashington Infirmary, who will i'lve anv in formation that may be desired It Is unnecessary to state the or* nt ?dvant.-v'e* of a residence In a Wpltal for rllnteal InstriH tlnn ,w!f n?*Ul< application wiii have pre?-o-' ?t* nc?. Six are to be chosen before the Im of t?c o0ef jy ft?ec'iNuvl 100,000 COPIES!! Suamboat Ditastert on the W'ttrm VTattrt. and StrfiifiboHt Directory. THE T'nderslgned have now in course of nrenn ration a new STEAMBOAT n. ? ? DIRECTORV. which will l.v is-S^k^S* r1 Jn October next: the book wi WO hundred pa^e*, illustrated in tiie best *t' lc and neatly bound in a durable manner It wili nr. on* or thk most intpre?ti*o boo** IVir prBLiBHBD. and will ?>e a ?MX>k that will bf- i?ter m R^SSn^m pr?p,P Thr ST, AM ?"Y ^T IM HECTORY will contain a complete list and description of all the Steamboefs now afloat in the ? J^erLar i4?",her'1 waler* The length, moilrl. speed power and tonnage of each bo?t. where ,-ad ,2.1 w ? V1 ,iaul?-*0^ 'he boat, with the trade she is In. AL-?o. the names of Car-tains i(nd ottcer*. her age. Ac., Ac. The Directory t ill. on a "*-27 of Steamboat* and SUr^.rn ^ ?*terri waters smre the aj.j.U- ution r.f f a sketch of the first l?oet T..11U for tbe Ohio River, with the name of the builder, com mander and owner. ? The RIVER DIRECTORY will contain a li.t and description of aH the steamboat disastkus ? hat have occurred on the westers axd-oi tu ers wat KRs, beautifully illustrated, with a 1 ist ?>r ALL THOSE WHII HAVE P F: K I *Ii ? U B y T"B1R A" Kxrtoriao.onthe em and Southern waters. The Directory v/IH contain Map of the Old?, Mississippi, MiMourl. Illinois, Arkansa*. AN hite, Red, Ouachita, Ya^oo j" other River*, with the Town- and Citii-* 1 tid down, with correct distances; aUo. many oth-r K lver and Commercial Items of int. re.-t to the p?*<? ple at large The book will contain the cards o' the various U. S. Mail Boats, with the t^ude the* *re i?, Ac. *c. The Directory will'also conuii, a complete lmt cif all the resjwinsible Ste.inil>oa' LiceaMd Officers, their placo of re*idence, Ac wiri, rimrW?S'Tnl,0a^ LaW its "^"IreHients. with comment*, showing wherein it 6.>? ,??/, ihr tent officer injun* th? ojflrer, Ac.. Ac., and all the important t* S. .s-j. pretne t.ourt Steamboat Derisions up to date: the Ka.rwand importan: Commercial Privileue*. lJ^lls ??r Lading, imjiortant Decisions of the various U S. Courts in regard to Freight* Lost and Daniaiiod' a1--! with many other things of interest, rhe Directory will be iilustrat^-d in the V-st style, and printed in the best manner. The au thor ha* for six years been gathering together al) the facts and Items in re-ard to 5ie n..n?.ro,is "learnboat disasters on the Western and Southern -vater,, aud now intends publishing them in b~.k form. The price of the work will V*- put at the "w ?un? of One DoUar Ten thousand copies will be issued for the boatmen; all others desirous of subscribing, will have to do *0 at once, as none will be printed unle?? ordered In advauca. The n?i,TN^"ltn^a?vm?^ * cirruJal^n of rvn arl ii .T,1V^1 SAN l) copies, as the publishers are receiving large numbers of subucribers, per mail from all pnrts of the country, daily. Sr.iue "f the oldest boatmen, as well as most scienliic WtDlra contributors to the Steam The Directory wUl be Issued In Octob?T, and will be an ornament to the parlor as weiia* sieum boat. By remitting One dollar (postpaid,) you will receive a copy of the above woik. All communications and letters should be ad dressed to JAMES T. LLOYD A CO Po#t Office Building, Cincinnati, Ouio. jy 7? in ALEXANDRIA A WASHINGTON BOATS. f|M*E Steamer GEORGE WASHINGTON will A leave at the following hours. Fare 12 k cents. -CX? ^ The THOMAS COLLYER, wh?!r^r otheF ways engaged, will make trips on the route at al ternate hours. ^Leave Washington at 9, S, 9*, 11*. 2tf, 4, 5%, ^ lAmve Alexandria at 7, 9,19*, 1 \, 3*, 1 \, a?d ? ? ?The Boat will leave Alexandria at 1 v n. m., or immediately on the arrival of the cars Jy7?<* JOB CORSON, Capuin CARRIAGES. 1 HAVE on hand some hand*ome light and con ? venieut family Carriages and Bug-?ytf?j?^r gle*. A two horse Carriage and Kt.MOgy. j)iesa Wagon. Tho?? desirous of purch^iiuT^U of the above descril>ed articles choap will do well to call on the subscriber Immediately, as 1 am de termined to sell low for cash, or ou accommodat ing terms. All work warranted. Repairing done at the shortest notloe and in the most approved manner. S. FLYNN, No. 305 D St., bet 12th and IJth, Jy **?lm opposite the Kirkwood House. BKITTANN1AAND 1'LANiSHED wake. T1EA and Colfee L'jrns, Coffee Greqnes, Coffes pi| * ? ? ~i i em bet Dish Cvw., -?) ? C?p?. I-ampa, LandmacJu, Segar Lamps, Splt tqons. Ac .atthe Hcu*?keepw'iFumishit/Store. & Sevens ?reet OEO FRaNTIS, Jy*-* EXCURSIONS, &c. FxrrRtiny. TO FORT WASHINGTON, *c. "OUR CLUB." OF GEORGETOWN, D. C., Respectfully announce to the citizens of Georgetown, Washington and Alevoidria thai. having chartered the-V, wife and <-ommodlo<js Steam r ALICE C rli ICE, (Capt. Samuel ltak?:r,) they trill make an eit ur down the Potomac, on MONDAY, the 23d of July. IW5. leaving tfeorgetown at 7^' o'clock a. m : I'iiin!'* Wiiarf. Waskinuton, t( N?w? Yard at 9; A, -<;t:idrla at !>;$ : stopping at Fort Wash ington. tint* affording! hose who desire an oppor tunity of visiting the Fort; then nroceedinsrdown, will land at Captain Marbury's Whaf. remaining several hours. After having gone iielow Indian Head they will return to Georgetown at a seasona ble hour. The Committee have endeavored to render thh one t.f the most pleasant excursions of the reason. Refre liments and Dinner will l?e served by a well-known and accommodating caterer. An excellent lira** and Smug Band has been*n? jaged for ti:e occasion. Tickets UN ii DULL Alt, admitting a Gentle, tmn and Ladies?to he tad of the member*, or a the lK?at on the dav of excursion. Omnibuses will leave the corner of 9th and f. streets a^d the Capitol at o'clock. to convoy passenger* to t he i?oat. Al*o. will be at the wharf op the arrival of the boat. Fare It'Jf cent*. (.'?mwitttt oj Arram^f tntMls. A W. Ward, S L. Davis, A E. Stevens, E. II. Shekell. jy 9?17, PIC KIC EXCURSION or THE "Merry Bachelors!" TO THE WHITE H O U S E PAVILION, JL EY i?M. TM1E ?'MERRY BACHELORS'' respectfully announce to the public that they, will have a Pic Nicon tLe ..'5th in-,J slant. at the \\ Lite Home Pavilion, and bei> l^ave to extend to th? ir fellow Buc helor^, both old and vonng, ard?'>ther st of mankind in general, an invitation to accompany tn^in on this occasion, and htipto make .?p a jovial party. i The tine Steamer Geo Washington ha? been selected :o taki- the Excursionists down the river, and will leave Riley's Wharf at Sam; Navy V ard at and Alexandria at 9 \ am. In the nf tcrnoor a second Iwat will leave Rllev's Wharf at ??. and Navy Yard at I }>, o'clock One l>oat will return to the ciiy at sun<l<rwn, and the other at It) o'clock p. m. Tickets ONE DOLLAR; to be had of the mem bers of the Club and at th^beat on the day of the excursion. There, will be music aad the dance, gay hearts ai.d bright eves, on t .i ?. the tirst Pie Nic of " TllE .MERRY BACHELORS." jy 1ft -d li RAN I) IIREMEX.S' A A" D CIVIC MOONLIGHT LUIRSIOI OF THR Western Ho3e Company. TMIE WESTERN HOSE COMPANY respect fully announce tot tie citizens of j \\ nshington, Georgetown and A'ex andria. that they ha\>* chartered tneswift and splendidSteamer GEORGE WASHINGTON for an Excursion, on MONDAY AFTERNOON, July 23d. to tlie White House Pavilion. The boat trill leave Georgetown at IX o'clock; Washington at 2; Navy \>rd at '2j? ; Alexandria at 3; returning she will leave the White House at a seasonable hour, J?iid touch at trie above places. The Committee have made the most extensive arrangement* to render this excursion one of the most plea..ant of the season. Th" Hefrt shment department will l?e conducted bv a competent and accommodating caterer, Wm . (Jo K K. Fisher's lland has been engaged for the occa sion. Should the day prove unfavorable, the excursion will lie postponed until further notice. Tickets ONE DOLLAR, admitting a Gentle man and l^-li^s?to *>e had of any of the Commit tee, or at the boat on the day of the excursion. Commute*. Edmnjtd Henly, Jas. Liukins, F. Holtxnnm. Jy <>?eotd^ GEATH> EZCin>":iON~ 'fMIE TEACHERS OP ST PETER'S SUN X DAY f-CHOOb respectfully announce to the citizens <?i Wash, j ingtoe. that tv will liive their seeoiuT excursion to the WHITE llOL>E on MONDAY, July if). The ^ife and splendid stewmei George Wash ington has t?e*ti chartered for the occasion The l?<at wL'l leave Seventh street wharf a; , and Navy Ya.~d at 9 o clock a m ; rtturidng be fore da.k. Weber'* Rar.d has been engaged for the occ? *{oii Dinner and Refreebments will >?e served at city prices. Tickets ?I, admitting a Gentleman and Indies; siri"le tickets 5U oc-uts; children cents?to he hud at John F Ellis' Music Mi>rc, Dr. \\ aish, Nuvy Yard, and at the boat on the morning of the excursion. jy 10?eotd \LL STRANUbllii visiting the t 'lty should ?ee Hunter's Cata logue of the curiositfe* of the Patent <Utice. Al .so. his Description of Powell's Great Pictures. HUNTER is to be seen at 156 Ninth street. ?y 31?Jm* PAINT AND OIL STORE. ' lyiNDOW Gl.uc, ic., Camphene, Spirit ?ia?, IT Sjjerm, Solar r.nd Lard Oil Lamps, Clocks, brush**. Ornaments, Girandoles, Shades Ac. J 11. McGREGOR, Successor to C. S Whittlesey, Jy 16?eo">w 6-14 Seventh st. NOTH I\ ^J^ilE li-m of Williamson A Osgodby having A been dissolved, the undersigned h;?s taken a Shop in the Immediate neighborhood of the for mer place with a view i<> |M-rmaneaev in the trade. Thankful for i a-t favors so liberally bestow**! on the late llrm. ue solid'.* a continuance of a share of the patrouajio heretofore received. N. B.?Shoi on U'th. between Pn avenue and E street. Residence on Uth. l?etween ti ?nd H sts , No ti:|. JNU. H. WILLIAMSON, jy I!?wfti COFFIN WAREROOM, fee. J WILLIAM PLANT A Co., UNDERTA ? KERS?residence418 Seventh street, between G and H streets ^ latennen's procured inaiiy^round ? 1 or cemetery. CoiUns, Caps, Shrouds, Carriages, llearse, and every article for interxnents of the be^t '|ualily furnished at short notice, on the m<?vt reasonable terms, and at all hours of the night. Having the exclusive right of Crump's Patent Corpse Frese-ver. we guarantee to keep the dead for any length of time jy 11?ly FINE WATCHES. HAVING made a considerable addition to mv stock of GOLD HUNTING PAT ENT LEVERS.and LADIES'WATCH ES, of tirst quality, heavy IB carat cases. Also, SILVER WATCHES for boys. I offer them at greatly reduced prices The movrmeaN are selected with great care, and every Watch is wabk*med Persons in waut of a fine timekeeper are Invited to examine my assortment. H SEMKEN, No 3o0 Pa avenue, betw. 9th and 10th kts. nw ,Kt FAIR HILL BOARDING SCHOOL FOR UIRLS, Sandy Spting, Jbuii'Dimry county, 5ld. THE ninth term of this Institution will com mence on the 10th day of the ninth month (September) next. <? Circulars containing the needful Information In regard to the School can be obtained by those who desire it, by addressing, at Olney Post Office, Montgomery county, .Maryland, R. S. KIRK, or W M.TI. FARUUIlAR Refer u> Jno. T. Towers, Lambert Tree, W D. Wallach. je 'W?2awtKv SUMMER RETREAT. TON S PAVILION will h the reception of visitors on the 5th of < ti . * ,?tn onrv J iue oi vii?iiorN on me om 01 j^a July. The proprietor's table will be sup- ^!!!B plied with the delicacies abounding in tue<JISSi& gLAKISTON S PAVILION trill be open for J uly plied with ttied'elicaCles abounding waters adjacent to lilakiston's Island. He hopes hi* endeavors to please will insure him a share of patronage from those seeking health or a little quiet from city bustle. The Steamers Maryland. Osceola, and Alice C. Price stop regularly at his landing. Terms for one week or more, $1 25 per day. For a shorter time 81 fiOperday. GEORGE XV. BLAKISTON, Je 96?lm* Proprietor AMERICAN HOTEL, No. 4iU Pa attntie, b-'.zettn 4>g anditn ttrtets, 8. HEFLEBOWER A L. T. LOVEIT, 1 ? " FfiOrlUITOKJ Jy 6m EVENING STAR. THE CUTXE OF DELAY. You ask. dear Jim, why I took ?<? urn h in terest in tli?t buy * I will tell y.iu. but mark me. yon mu^t never allude t<? the ?uKj?et again. 1 had thought*, that for my own credit, no one should ever know the r? aaou of my so licitude concerning him, or why his d:?ath baa affected mr *?? deeidy. But he i* dead now, aud lest you should uii?eonstrus my iuterr*t in him to my prejulic*. I will tell you frankly ?11 that I know of hiui, so far as it afficts mV Self. J I wss not always, you are aware, doar Jim, ?he nun you have recently kuowu me. I once had |>.?Hiti'?n and influence, and when you first knew me had never done any act to bring a bluh of shame to the cheek of friend or rela tive. But of this enough. It njfnceth that one year ago, or thereabout-, as 1 went to my office on a beautiful morning in March, I noticed a boy walking down the street, just ahead ef me, looking pale, emad-t d. ud y *t baiuti ful._ There was a peculi.it?an exceedingly unxiou- look, that I had never aeon before i hero wo? the face of a boy with the anxiety ol a oi in. It struck me as peculiar at the first glance, and I stopped to look at him I i?er oeived that it was with difficulty ho could re st rai.i himself from sobbing af.ud. When he saw mo he repressed bis emotion, and spoka up with nn obvious effort of unconcern. ?' Ploase. sir. are you the eiitur of the?,M 441 am,'' an.id I, "my flue fellow, what can I do for y<u ?" " Mother s sick, sir, and we are veiv poor, aud I want to get a place to work.'' 44 Wbatc^n you do ?'? raid I 44 0, I will try to do anything.'' he replied. " but I dou t know wk^t 1 c?n do, for I al ways vrent to school before I c iuie Ij Califor nia ; I will try to do anything '' The b>y interested me, and th ?ugh I am a osllcus uiaa. whom buff-tin? with the world h ?s hardened prematurely, 1 could not allow him to leave me, till I had giveu him a word of comfort. ?'My flue fellow," said I, "can you ocine to my li:c. at 7 o'clock this evoniug*'" |4 I will." he jjabwere 1? ?Iwill do any thing to earn eome money f^r my i*oor tick mother. 1 took a five dollar piece from my pocket, and put it into his hand, Had I a right to do it7 I had often said I ? u~ht to pay mv honeat debt*, before I thought of charity. Had I a right to do it ? Yes. The boy looked at the money, then he looked at me. and then burst into tears. Dear Jim believe in?*. I had a great mind to cry, too. Said he. "Did I act like a little beggar f" As I vpoke the word 4-beggar," he l>ur?t cut again, and the tears gushed forth afresh. 44 Ho, my lad." said I. " but take that to your molhor, aud this ivenisig I will have a place for you. so that you can earn the money, end whin you h?%e enough of it, perhaps you can pay me back." He held the coin toward me, and said : ,4 Take the money, I am no beggar, and as mr futher who i* dead, and my mother who is dying, told uie to starve sooner than beg?I shall not take it." He was so earnest, that to hare refused would have offended him more, and so request ing hini to cr.ll on me a? hvvcu o'clock in the ever.ing. I told him to g" h?. me to his mother, and tell her he had found a friend who would get him a situation. He tripped aw.iy with a lighter heart. I wont my way. thinking how I could and would befriend him. it wa* only tbe day before that a friend hud t< Id me he wanted a boy of about his years, aud if he was faithful and trust worthy, wuuld pay him a liberal salary. I reeolvcd in my own mind that I would g>> and see him immediately alter breakfast But The flltfhilv purpos" Is near o'erlook, L uless the deed go with it. At the br?*akta?t table I g? t engaged in an anpry ]? .itic?l 'lj.vu.--i.>n The Jvnatorlal election w:is on tie ta/n?. and we had got news thai morning that a teverend Senator. belong ing to tur siilc, had c Id out and gone over to the enemy. I w?ut d<-wn after breakfast to learn the fact* of the matter. T ttlked with one and another till the ca.? of tbe noor b??y was quite driven out of my head Before I returned tha diap.iUthes began to arrive fr>iu the capital, aed what with talking to inter ested tiirnda, and writing for the next morn ii*H " pap t, I 'jnit-e l'?rg.*t the pale faced boy aud his dying mother. At o rlock he ram?. My ho?;rt smote me when I saw him, for I had neglected and forgotten my promise- But I t?dd him?not ?*> much for th- deception as the ueglect?that I could not see the man whom I thought would employ hiiu. but ii he w..uld come the next day at two o'clock I would set him the situa tion, and p.?y him the first month a salary in advance. D iocted. be turned ujh>u his heel, and left the < ai e. The nex; m >ruing I went to my friend's store; he was <>ut fur a t?*w min utea. While I wy etsnuing in his door, an acquaintance, with a Cue horse and buggy, i ojiuic along and a-kod me to ride with him to the Mission. I at once consented, thinking to i*ll as I came in. #\Ve weut to the Misrion, from timre u> the'race course. Tiioo flew swiftly, and before I w;;s aware of it two o'clock had r?*t?ei. and 1 came home to find that the boy n:id bt?*a tt? see me and had gone away. I did not suppose I w ?u!d see him again that night, and would put off the mat ter?eo important to him?nil the next morn ing. But he came agata in tbe evening, ami I had to tell btm tiiat I had been away. The next day, at twelve, however, fhould see him in his new place. It was nearly twelve of the next day wheu I bethought mys?df of mv pioimso. I hastened down to see my friend, and found th'U I w.;.s i *> late ; the'vacancy had been filled about an hour before. Con science Mnitten, I returned to my ot!L*e. and I met th*; boy's anxious look as I entered the door. I told him I had just been to see about the promised situation, and it was taken; vet I thought I could get him a place soon, lie thanked me, but his heart was bursting I ifcw that an anxiety, terrible for one so young, was wearing hid iife away. The next day I found him a place, and en gHgod it for him. I sat in my office writing, when the door softly opened, and he entered He was pale, but oalmei than I had before seen him. 44 Well, my fine follow," said I, "I have got you a place at last. You are to have twtn ty-five dollars a week, aud you shall have a whole month's ealary in advance, if you like." He came toward mo and handed me a slip of Paper. It was a notice for the newspaper, and announced the death of his mother! I have had many severe crosses, my dear Jim. I have felt that all was lost, and that my life was not worth a rush. I have seen my fondest hopes crushed by one fell blow, and I have felt to cry out in my agony at the cruel fate that pursued me. But all that I eirer suffered was nothing to what I felt wheu ldoking on that pale, calm, intelloctual boy, with his bright, big, blue ere, gaxii,g super uaturally into mine, and thought how tkat. nterhans, but fur my neglect, his mother might have been alive. I know not how I looked or how I acted, but I know that man never suffered more in a short space of time than I did. I have never got over it yet, and I nev er shall. You may not be able to realise the full force of it, but I would not have the same touch of heart-break again?no, not for all th* lands ever owned by McGregor After that. I tried to do what I eould to Inve away the deep melancholy that ?et'soed o have settled ???n him But he would not be eotuforted Ke seemed to be imp.eased Tith the idea that here in San ^rax-cisco, *tere *> many hre in extravagance and splcn tlr. his only iueud, hii beloved and a&itiw. THE WEEKLY STAR. TfcU Family and Nrn Joorml-ror. tatalng a g?m varietyef ?a?a?eatta? ntdtnf tban eu u found la ur other?'.s puWLrd or Rmu?. dayr Tltlt Single copy, per annum VI 35 TO CLV? Five copies VA ?? Ten coptea 6 o Twenty copln IS if. Cain, mrtnuiT m iarixn. fET Slnglecopiea (In wrapper*) can be p-wur?d at lit* counter, immediately alio, u? las * uf the paper Prir*?Taaaa Cbkts PoiTMiiTaai who act a* amenta will b? allowed a oomralsaton of twenty per rent ate m >ther. ha 1 Keen allowed to perish in ab b~?t poverty and negloet. I at tec4*1 the funeral, and interested i*?ine of me friends in trie oaae, *j that ah? had a deccnt burial. B it the tx>j tbauk*1 me n-?t. Ilaw c?ui 1 L" * Con Id h* feci gratiluJc that i had *howu aa interest in the dead. which I denied to the living 1 lie seemed disinolit.c I t > rei*it? any favor from me. anJ in hi* clear, calm, mud ?ye, was too much fur me to l^uk at. I quail ed before it, aa I never quaiiod bef 're. i hrn b<* L-.ipht not royfi* that it *?? I who wji voting in lila behalf, I got a fricnl to offer Liai a situation, where he osuld cam m-iro thau his supi?ort. Bat be did not l.cep it I <uj II j strew paler and pvler each dsv, aud ??-i wii t?oweak to atteoi to bis duties at r\\ X watched him with mure thau fr?ttriial inter e?t. au'l I ?tten went to see him ut his ro^ni* It was evident that he wn?M soji. ill I cured a watcher for him, f.?r bit own j re?eu^e *< in -d to tr.uble him. and when 1 went the next day to see him, I found that he was dead lie died, a* be lived, cursing roe. I believe, in his heart I felt while be lived, that hu curse was justly upon in>\ And I have oitca ic oalled the terrible li es of C-deridge : '? An orphan's curse would dra^ to hell A spirit from on high ; But on. more terrible than that la a curse In a dead mau's eye !" He is doad now. dear Jiin. but this le.-?on I have learned?never again to put off the \>u ; neas of another for the sake of my ov a. L :'j or death may depend upon his, white mine, you know, i* of little importance; for tii u^h lite be at stake. I ask why I should pcrpetuatu so fitful aa exietenoe * Axecdote op Join Anavs ?J >hn A-ln-us when he was President of the Uultel iiita?. was moft grossly insulted by one M athew Lyon, a Represent Hive iu Congress fru.n Vet uiont, Lyon was, a* we know, a ni -<t c>>n eummate Id tck^uard, and the first ut tue race that had th.n found their way to C '(igre though the breed has most signally irorcaeed within the la.-t h ilf century Lyon affirmed, with an oath tL it he lin* ? I PieaiJent Adans; and waa often heard to s y that if he could only giv?? him one g *?1 twos a of the i.'jse, he wou;i " die and go t ? ?? * a isfied." Mr. Adam.4 was very Toed 4 w .?lk ing; and it was weM knowu that he aim.*: evory morning walked exercise, from the P ? s ideutial manaiuu to Georgel j+u biiugt?i die tanoe of about one mile. Ouc mornin ;, in the month of Jane, 17V9, as Mr. Adims sm t h irg hia usual atroii, be was met by Ly >n, who thus aocoated biui : 44 You aro the President of th.' l uUid Stat??, I understand !'* 44 My name, sir,'* replied the Prc?; I'-nt. 44 is John Adams. I am a native "f lit .i :r? -. M tssachusetts, and the people of ih~ Ui-1 Slates have clectel me to the oftcs of Ci.i<-i Executive of the Uui^u I am, air, very iuu.u at your service." Ly >n. who a stalwart man. of unit*c-?! irrascible temporameot. was rather t-<k<-n aba^k by the cool and determined m.uin.r uf the President, and at flirt besiiat* .1 tu j?r > e.?ed ; but at length, summoniug all hi' > <tti\ -) rockit-bsnesa to his aid. he drew himself into a hostile attitude and rudely vocifcrateu? 4* Vfell, sir, I sm Matthew Lyon, a B'.pre sentative from the 6tate vf V. . r becomes me to tell you, tir, that y^u ?rc cm gentleman." 41 The question of ray gentility, air," re turned Mr. Adama. *' is one that otberi than myself n.ust diaeaas; bnt let me tell you, sir, that I allow no ma' to iosuli mc wiih im punity, whether I be Johr. Adams, of Br>l> ? tree, or John Adams, P;esident of the United Stater" 44 Sir, you nre a pnppys?re\m^d Ly^n, 4* and it is I that*t*lla you ?o '" At the inatant. Mr Adams, who in f low ing the fashion of the the tin-:>m-d r wai* a long and a very banvy go. !? s^el cane, raised it above his head, ani let: us -t fall, with the weight of a {Sampson, l&id Ly-^ low at hii f^>et. This incident, which was related to u: * frw days ago, by an aced gentleman wno wli nefeed Tt, is recorded moat faithtal.y aud elab orately in Holmes' Pers<mal Jou. al the last Century and a kalf-?-V. K Atlas. Heirivo or Amxxls?Amon; mtmui'ilii, the formation of the ?ar varies in maLy caM>, according to the habits and peculiar nature of the auimal. The portion of tne ear of the m >la iwsigued for the cognisance of souudi passing in the air. ia le.^a pcrfect than tbnse which. deej>er seated, receive the impre^-iuo of any ai>uud of vibration from the eaith. The bea ver has the power, wheu divin;. to fu!d i;s eara backward on its head; and the water shew for the same purpoe*, has three dwtinct flaps, which ch*ae the orifice, in the (.tin's manner that many divinx and burrowin; animals are lunnsbvd with flaps t" fh * n?a<, by which they close the entrance to a!l inju? rious bodies. The hippopotamus remains t r lengthened periods beneath the ;ur?jc? ofthe water, and is provided with a valv- llke aj n. ? ratus. Hares and rabbite. which equtt c' -e on the gr und, and whioh might l?e m-jre rerl ily discovered were any proiectinj; j i::t ?f their bodies to be visible, fold their cars fl it backward. In all. thia sense ia remarkably keen, and with horses it ia only exreeJcd iy that of the smell, they bear aouuds and are tr-t le?s long before the rider can perceive an animal or a human being in the di'tac e The carrier-horses in Switcerland hear the fal! of am avalanche, and warn their masters of the danger by their terror, and by refusing to advance, and even by turning in an oppoMt* direction The acate sensibility of this urgan is somewhat obstructed by the busby h.ur? which grow in the outer sheath, and t iu: Lorw dealers cut them out from hones taey h.v. for sale, in order that sounds, striking; on t'jo nerves with greater f??rce, may, by ex -itia; the auitcals. Kive them a more live ly ut y u anoe. The flight of the bat, l'.k* mat of ta > owl, is perfectly noiseless; and ito car. e lualtjr aieutc, detects the slightest humming A *u insect, at distanoe of several feet, and wbiie it oatehea such aa are in flight touches uone which have aettled or are ailent. Baaxra's Elepexvt ?Lieut. Oqt Browr, of the New England Farmer, having it vie some inquiries ro?peeting the diet of the ele phant wnose eEploits in ploughing hav<> been mentioned in all the pspera, tbe showman re {iliea in a way not likely to encourage the gen eral introduction of that kind of labor He eaU, on an average, one busbel of oats and one hundred pound* of hay per day, Sun days and all. Hie weight ic 4,700 pound*. He will aeoomptiah asy kind of work set b-jfere him, and ueee ten times more judgement tbnn three fourtha of the 'help' which 1 am obliged to employ en my farm. Above all things he is not an eye servant. Once eet him to work, piling wood, picking atone*, or anything else, and you can rely upon him without fear of his playing'old soldier in your abtence. Anutber capital negative quality h. that he don't piek ux> hia duds and start tor home exactly at six ?> clock ia the afternoon, as many other far mers' "assistants' do. He ia willing to labor tQl eundown, and even later, if wont is pres ?ing. On the whole, he ia a very honorable, industrious, intelligent and well Kfhavod far mer; nevertheleaa. I eaaaot eonsei-n if>uf'^ re commend elephants aa the *k?ap*st workers on a farm. They cannot work in eoli weather, and of course, would eat themselres up. tnu.k and all. ia a single winter." FaisEB't Lftaxivaa .?Hood ment; ..n? a pea ujpor, who never aaw a fiaak or pewtev me- s oro that b? did not ineaorably seise, and tauftr-like. try the depth of it. He had a > dequalipr fond uf ootatwe* en whioh r nei^b bor remarked that La took after hi? father. Wlicreupoci the would-be i'noculo retoiieJ, Tathei navei leaves asy to takf."

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