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~ WASHINGTON CITY: MONDAT ATTERNtJON SEPTEMBER 11 PRINTING, OF EVERY DESCRIPT 10b', KBATLY AltD EXPEDITIOUSLY EXECUTED at the ornci or thi EVENING STAR, AT LOW RATES. CARDS, TICKETS, HANDBILLS, POSTERS, &45?, ftc., PBKVTBD AT HMBT IfOTICB. 0T The " Star" Oflce la l?cai?4 D Sired, wcmmI iMrwdtfiMi 19tk, near Ike jaactfoa ?f l'Jlh Street >?' s eHaylrula Ave?ae, aearty appe al te te the " Kirkwaal Bmn," late ? IrHai Hetel." m ? m ? j. jyThe largt circulation of the Stab wiakesit the most desirable advertising me at urn in the District. It has more readers pi the cities of Washington, Georgetown ana Alexandria, than aL the other Wash tns^ton dailies combined. ?Fimrr or the Monroe rusi The Intelligencer collects and presents tha opinions of Whig, Hard Shall, and Abolition journals?the Albanj Argns, 5. T. Commer cial Advertiser and tha Evening Post?upon tha resolutions of tha Sofu in oonvaution?pn tha Nebraska question, and seems exceedingly tickled over the diverse opinion* of those papers^ but moat especially delighted with tha sweet harmony of the aeoord of their hatred of the preaent Administration. Our neighbor alto rejolcea over the fine -'season" which has just been vouchsafed to as in this region?the first In thiee months. Tha Union is muoh gratified with the reso lutions of the Mew Tork Soft State Conven tion, and holds that its position on the Ne braska bill shows that the masses on both wings of "the party*' there, are standing prac tically together upon the principle involved in the Nebraska bill. It will be recollected that it was endorsed by the Hard Convention, meeting at Utica, not long sinoe, and now, practically, by the Soft Convention. The organ quotes the Intelligencer as follows: " (li> a at cbt asd Lima Wooa "?The ve teran Washington correspondent of the Journal of Commerce gives ns his experience of south era sentiment on the Nebraska bill. It be oomes more clear every day that those south ern politicians who bespoke for the South bo dreadful an agitation about the Nebraska bill, and such an overwhelming indignation for thoee southern journals which thought fit to oppose the Nebraska appeal, were misled by their own passions, or their misoonceptioD of south ern intelligence and manliness. And say*? " i he game of the Intelligencer on the Ne biaska bill shows how liule respect it has for the '? intelligence and manliness'' of the Amer cac people. It is a game every way unworthy. If one man says that slavery is sure to go into Kansas, the Intelligencer adopts that opinion to show that they were great knaves who said slavery woul<Cnot go into Kansas. IfasoutL ern man ssjs that si.very will not go to Kan sas, this is held up as a jpift that the South arc cheated; and if, on the otnCJ hand, a northern man says that it will go, then North are cheated. Any expression of opiu lon on this subject will suit the Intelligencer if it can show to the North or to the South some cause f it bitterness of feeling on the slavery question And yet the Intslligencer preaches agaiset sectional parties." Or a Cocxtrt Exchasobs.?With the close of the present week we shall be under the oecesst iy of expunging a number of our weekly exchange papers from our exchange list, the time having expired during whioh, we agreed to exchange with them. Those who wish to receive the Daily Star can do so by paying two dollars a year iu advance, besides send ing us their paper. . ? ?? ire?? " l^yPeraons waating a large dwelling, stores, or workshops, are referred to our " JTor Sale and Root" column, where a fine opportunity will be seen, to rent either. ty lias tha Baltimore Clipper out eur ao qmaiptanee? We have not seen that journal lor eeveraf past. .... M . -de Lamartine had just sold a ''btory Trt Turkey, in six volumes, to the proprietors of a Psfrts daily newspaper, for ?4,600. *? .... Gen. Paixhans, the celebrated general of artilltry, died at Mots. on the 19th of August, iu the 72djrear of bis age. ...? One of the oldest and most highly es teemed pioneer mipistera, Rev. James Palliam, died at his meidaoo^ Mar Belleville, St. Clair county, III., August 11, in the flrith year of his age. .... MUs Neander recently died at BerHn, at the advanced age of 74. She was a sister of the Rev Dr. Neander, the well-known au thor of Church History, Ac. .... We learn that Law Badger, Esq., foN mar editor of the Poftsinuuth Globe, has been appoint*! assistant civil engineer of the Goe port (Va.) navy yard, in plaeeof Riehard Wil kina. Esq , removed. ....Gov Keeder is expected to leave Easton about the 26 J? Inst., for Kansas. ... A married man was dragged from a car riage, from the side of a frail fair ooe, by his lawful wife, and soundly horsewhipped in Cleveland, Ohio, a short time sinoe. The crowd chaered her on, and voted that she was a trump, and right into the bargain. .... Information from St Petorsburgb with respect to the plaoe of Minister here, vacant aiaae the death of M. Bodisoo, says:?"The Russian tiovernment named for the plaoe Count Med an. who since 1848 has been Rus sian Envoy at Rio Janeiro, bat the Const has replied that he was seriously suffering fr m bioMbiti?, for which he had entered upon a eoorse of treatment that would require some months. Ha accordingly asked permission to remaia at Rio at least for the present, and it has been aoeorded. It is probable that Mr. Stoeckl, the present Charge d' Affaires of Russia, may be eventually appointed." .... Tha New York Mirror says: "We learn that a responsible party has offered to take Gxui and Mario off Mr. HaokeU's hands, re turn tLem to Europe, and pay aU expenses. We understand these artists are seriously en. tartajaiog the proposition of returning after thesixtit performance." Tbe Beaton .Journal says two mem ben ?f the bar, one ? graduate of Harvard Callage aud the other a member of the Essex bar, were oommtued to Jail on Thursday upon the charge of drunkenaees aod vagrancy. .... CapL Geerge H. Pegram, the supetln tandent of the liew Jersey Central Jlailread, died in Eliaabethtowa, N. J., on Satarday meaning la*, of consumption. U. served wi.h distinction in the i'lorida war, m ^utant of tha irst infantry, under Cel. Taylor He wm afterwards aid to General 6eott, when he had Us quarters in Elisabethtewn. He bad been sVek fev some time ";...The Rev H. N. Hudson is about t?i withdraw from tha editorship of the New York ($v0t&*P- dlffewnoes of opinion between himself and the pilfl^UrM |o sdltorial oon Hol being the eausf j 1 WASHINGTON NXWS AND GOSSIP Free Speech ?We bjok occasion, a few day* ago, promptly to point oat the inconsistency between the professions of the new party at the North, and their practice. Sabeeqnent re flection. and the farther light whieh the news papers have thrown on the Chieago affair, have not served to change oar opinion with reference to the endtmity of the outrage in volved in it against the fundamental principle of oar Government. 60 necessary to the preservation of the lib erties of this country did oar revolutionary fathers regard the right of " free speech," on public affairs especially, that in the formation of the Constitution they carefully threw all poesible guards around it; providing in the first article thereof that " Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof, or abridging the liberty of speech or of the press." The right to speak openly on public affairs, whieh these heretofore apparent furious devotees of " free speech" violently abrogated in Chicago, thus essayed in the Constitution to be oarefully guarded, involves the right to hear also. Bo great is the veneration of our laws for it, as to protect, in its full and free exercise, every rascally foreign McSwish who chooses, under the pretence o^< preaching," to utter in our public streets insults, libels, blackguardism, Ac., without stint against those to whom our Constitution and laws, and the prinoiplee of our Government, guarantee equal rights with us. All suoh violent infringe ments of American popular rights, as well as the doctrines in the cause of which they are essayed, are of foreign origin; the parties in this oountry, resorting to the former and ad wo- < eating the latter, looking to " Exeter Hall" for approval, rather than bowing to public opinion in the United States. Political aboltionism in this country, it will be remembered, owes its origin to the labors of the notorious Eng lish charletan. George Thompson, who laid the foundation for it in the course of his neveT to-be forgotten tour throughout the American non-slaveholdlng estates, wherein he was the first to preach that it was just and proper for one portion of the American people to wage a crusade against the other. Indeed, all the isms which now so extensive ly pervade the North, are of like origin, hav ing been preached on the other side of the Atlantic?some of them for nearly half a cen tury?before being imported into the United States. Those of sufficient reading to know the details of the history of the women's rights, and Fourlerite movements, Ac , will at onoe realize the truth of what we here write. The leaders of this party of free -speech professions (but not praotioe) have, unfortu nately for the peace of the country, obtained virtual control of the lower order of a portion of the Amerioan clergy ; using them to influ ence the ignorant fanatical, and bigoted They are the principal advocates of the Maiue law, which is destined to do more harm to the holy cause of temperanoe, that was so hap pily flourishing beyond measure before being | dragged into the arena of politics, than the influence which all the anti-temperance men in the land exerted against it before it wa* taken up by politisianB as a hobby on which to ride temporarily into place. This sainei law, by the if more despotic in its ten dency afid character than *njr existing ukase of the Emperor of Russia, whose government we are all accustomed to regard M the vcy j personification of despotism itself. The rece"* Massachusetts "Republican" convention, in the course of their pioceedings, capitally il lustrated the true value of the devotion of this party to civil liberty. Thus, they gloried over the forcible abrogation of the right ol free speech in Chicago?one of the great bul warks of Amerioan freedom, fbr which our fathers shed their blood in the war of the Rev olution?proclaimed that they were ready and anxious, by force of arms, if necessary, to se eure for the ignorant and otherwise unquali fied negro slaves of the Sooth, full civil and political equality with the whites of the land ; and in the same breath they pledged them selves to war hereafter on the rights of civil and political equality guaranteed by the Con stitution to those among us who prefer to wor ship God aooording to the Catholic faith. They actually did this thing: They proclaimed that their future efforts should be directed to the two ends, of procuring for the slaves of'the Sooth the right to vote, and depriviM-their Catholic fellow-eitiiens of that righffThe ?* destruction of the Catholic church at * wm simply carrying into prac "V /i " r A'?"" treo.pwt." patty tioe the doctrines of thu> r . . AniBr.mil We are thankful, indeed, as ever; must be whoee breast still entertains a singi* spark of the sentiment of devotion to civil liberty and true equality wbioh nerved our fathers to the achievement of their liberties, that that dastardly act was the work of for eigners?not Americans. The " associations" perpetrating it were Irish,German and English anti-Catholics, who left New York nominally for an excursion, but nearly all carrying con oealed weapons, whieh were used to kill and wound unarmed people, and to keep off the crowd while they gutted a church that was defended by one old woman, armed with that weapon of the sex, a broom stick. The testi mony taken over the body of the man mar* dered in this shameful riot in a heretofore peaceful Amerioan city, shows that it is very questionable whether a single stone was thrown at the prooession before or after the attack was made on the ohureh. Two persons only ?wear (one of them being an assailant of tbe church) that one stone was so thrown; all the root swearing that from first to last they saw no act of assault committed against those in the procession. However, whether a single stone was or was net thrown at them, it forms no exoase for their act of arming themselves with concealed weapons, killing one man and wounding several others, and destroying un edifice dedicated, in this land of constitution ally guaranteed religious freedom and equal rights, to the worship of the ever living God. We repeat?we rejoice that these anti-free ?peeoh-party crimes against tbe peace of society here, were the work, not of Americans, but of foreigners; and we only regret that the previous violent destruction of tbe two churches demolished this season in New Eng land, is not se elearly traceable to the same eless of secret foreign-born enemies of civil and rtffigious liberty. A Cabinet Meeting ?The President having veaehed Washington on Saturday night last, this morning at W o'clock, we bear, the Cabi net were fat session. As the important des patches fftrm the American Commissioner at the Sandwioh islands, covering the treaty re cently entered la to between that genUoman on the part of the Uplted States and the Govern ment ot tflands are ?aid, on tho Arcane, t> have reached the State Se^rtment in J"3 morning's Northern mail, they were proba bly duly discussed to-day, together with the Dominican and Greytown questions. So say tbe quid nunos around the oity, we know not, however, on what particular authority. Se far as the Sandwioh islands affair isooneerned, we have every reason to believe that the new convention embraces terms so highly favorable to the interests of our important Pacific and Eastern commerce, as that it will be hailed acclamation by the whole country, when ??er it may be deemed wise and prudent to prsaulgate it. The General Land Office?In the coarse of ? month this Sareaa is to be moved down to the Patent Offioe building, wherein it is to oc cupy the ground floor of the west wing now in coarse of construction By that time the lower portion of that an finished wing will be in a condition to receive the paraphernalia of this office. One half the whole lower floor of the wing is to be thrown into a single great room or hall, wherein fifty or sixty clerks are to be aocommodated. This is after the.Eng lish fashion. It will be.reoollected that all' the army of clerks of the Bank of England oc cupy a single apartment, their desks all ranging so as to be visible to the chief authori ty of the institution, whose desk may also be located in the same chamber. The plan wag first introduced into publie offices here by the Hon Elisba Whittlesey, when holding the po sition of Sixth Auditor of the Treasury. If we are not mistaken, it was through that gentle man's recommendations that the edifioe for the accommodation of the Post Office Depart ment was constructed with a great hall in the third story, wherein all the many book-keep, en of the office of the Post Offioe (6th) Auditor are employed. The plan having worked capi tally there, we take it to be the reason it has been adopted in arranging the new permanent quarters for the General Land Offioe. Settlement of Long Disputed Land Titles. In the matter of the claims in the Vincennes Land District, Indiana, founded on ancient grants, or possession nnder the French and British Governments, on olaitns to donations as heads of families under the resolves of Congress in 1788 and 1798, and as militia men enrolled at Vinoences in 1790, we learn that a large number of these ancient claims were re ported upon by United States Commissioners in the years 1806 and 1812, and confirmed by Congress to the parties then claiming. Since that time, the lands have gone into the pos session of individuals claiming under the orig inal holders, and the titles of present owners, in many oases, are supposed to rest merely upon continued possession for twenty years and more. At the last session, Congress passed an act to adjust and confirm the titles of present owners, and instructions are about to issue from the General Land Office to give proper effect to the aot aforesaid. Navy Offiers Ordered ?In addition to the officers named in the Star, a few days since, as having been ordered to join the United States ship-of-war Independence, at New York, destined to be the flag ship of the Pacific squadron, we learn that the following others have since duly reported for duty on board that vessel, viz: Lieut. Gansevoort, first lieu tenant of Bhip, and Lieuts. H. N. Harrison and Thos. B. Huger. . The Recent Massacre near Fort Laramie. ? The War Department, we hear, received offi cial information this morning from the com mander of Fort Laramie, of the <feath of Bre vet Second Lieutenant Grattan, of the sixth infantry, and twenty of the men of that post who went out to the Sioux, under his command. This unfortunate affair ooourred on the 18th altimo. The Patent Office and Interior Depart ment Building.?It is contemplated to finish the improvements in front of, and around this beautiful and extensive edifioe by the time Congress again come together. The various spaces between the pavements on 7th and F streets aud the building are to be sodded and surrounded with iron fencing upon granite coping. This will be a great improvement, indeed, to the general appearance of that im posiDg structure. Death of a Clerk?Robert Carter, Esq., of Kentucky, a second class ($1,400 per annum) olerk, in the offioe of the Sixth Auditor of the Treasury, died yesterday, in this city, of con sumption. A Clerical Change ?Mr. James Morris, of Maryland, has been appointed to a $1,200 clerkship in the Pension Office, in place of Charles deH. Oarr , of Maryland. Hon. Cluu. Mason, Commissioner of Patents, has returned to his post after a brief absenoe from the seat of Government. An Aimy Surgeon Resigned.?Assistant Surgeon John g. Griffin, U. S. A., has resigned. He is now in California. The Current Operations of the Treasury Department.?On Saturday, the 9th of Sept. there were of Treasury Warrants entered on the books of the Department? For the redemption of stocks.;... $78,790 67 For the payment of other Treasury debts, 4,218 41 For the 7'673 60 Covered into the Tr*Mur7 fro? Customs.' ;?????. 04,304 89 Covered into the Treasury from . ?n Lands 732 Covered into the Treasury frem miscellaneous souroes 5.306 75 For the War Department 6,074 50 For carrying upon the books for the War Department by appro priation warrant, No. 86, an ap propriation for- the Chickasaw Indian 1,070 00 For the Navy Department 132,577 02 For re-paying in the Nivy Depart ment 102,262 67 ? THINGS IN PHILADELPHIA. A libel case?Troubl* in the Eleventh Con gressional Distriet?A rod in Pickle for the Whig Candidate?The Weather, tfc. Philadelphia, Sept. 10,1854. A gentleman named William Kirrigan, for several years a keeper of a grocery store at the oorner of Second and Christian streets, has preferred a complaint against Win. Magill, the ostensible proprietor of the Pennsylvanian newspaper, for having uttered, in the columns of that journal on the 4th day of September, instant, a libel, concerning the said Kirrigan. Mr. Magill was arrested on Wednesday, and held to bail in $500, by Alderman Davis, to appear, for a hearing, yesterday afternoon, at 4 o'clock. The article complained of appeared in the '? local columns" of the Pennsylvanian, and, according to a statement of the publisher, was not given out by the regular reporter, but by some unknown means was smuggled into the paper. It alleged that Mr. Kirrigan had for some years been living in adultery with a woman of bad repute?had treated his wife with wanton barbarity?and, besides corpo really chastising her, and given her a loath some disease, Ac. In faot, most every firing. in the calendar was, in this artiolg, charged against Mr. K.? who complains, from the fact that the statements published were not ad duced in open oourt, but were given from the writer's own preconceived idea of things, and perhaps in an interested way. A hearing was had before Alderman Davis, this morning, when E. C. Brewster, Esq., ap peered for the oomplainant and James Van Dyke, E*q., for the deferdant. At the con clusion Of the bearing the Alderman said that he did not doubt the innocence of Mr. Magill so far as knowledge or intent were concerned* the paper had undoubtedly been imposed upon b*. some malicious person; but still, the law was imperative, and the publisher must be held resnAn?^!*- Mr. Magi 11 7M then held in $300 for trial. The Daily Register has girth the ghost, after losiDg some $15,009 for its proprietor. 4tV Of this .um, $10,000 was furnished by the abolitionists of Philadelphia. There is frouble among the demoorats of the 11th congressional dietrist, composed of the coantiee Schuylkill and Northumberland. The conferees met last week, and after 237 ballot!ngs, adjourned without eoming to an Ngreement. Joseph W Cake is nominated b* the conferees of Schuylkill, and W. L. Dewart by the conferee* of Northumberland. There is also a whig and a native candidate in the field. The whig candidate ia J. H. Campbell of Pottsville. It ia understood here by the oorps editor ia', u weil as the oorpa editorial in other parte of the State, that a gentleman well known throughout Pennsylvania, and now a resident ?f Washington, i> about malting an appeal to the citicena of this district?without reference to party?in regard to certain family transac tions between Mr..Camphell and himself. Rtoh disclosures may be expected, aa the gentleman alluded to ia in the habit of making hia mark when he appears in print. We had a mosi welcome rain last night * and the hope i? now wtertaified that the drought w at an end. > i* - 'X-'y? THINGS IN NEW YORK. Mxsm l)ix and Mr. Collins?Affecting Inci dent?Ths late S m tingling?A ccide n t? Judge Mason?Dishonest Clerk?Profit able Steamboating?Grin and Mario, fyc. Nxw York, September 10. I have already announced the departure of Miaa Dix from thia pert for Europe. A very touching incident in oonneotion with her em barkation is thus related by a correspondent of the Express. It will no doubt be read with deep interest by thousands of Miss Dix's friends and admirers throughout the Union: I happened to be in the office of the owner of the American Steam Paokets, when Miss Dix called to pay her passage. The elerk handed her a receipt, but declined the money saying that Mr. Collins had direoted him to request her acceptance of the passage. With much emotion Miss Dix acknowledged her ob ligations to Mr. Collins, adding that the sum returned to her, wonld enable her to carry into effect a plan she had much at heart. This I found afterwards, was to have her life in sured for four thousand dollars, and to secure this sum under the Trusteeship of the Govern or of the State, to the Insane Asylum, at Tren ton, N J. This she accomplished immediate ly on leaving the office of Mr. Collins, the price of her passage returned by him, paying the first year's premium on the insurance On board the ship, Miss Dix learned that she hadyet more for which to thank Mr. Col lins fie had ordered that no one else should be put in her state room, thus presenting.her, in fact, with two passages. He was on board when she arrived and she approached to ten der her thanks, but taking her hands in his, with an emotion that did him honor, he said *' The nation, Madam, owes you a debt of grat itude which it can never pay. and of whick, I, as an individual, am only too happy to be thus privileged to mark my sense of." Miss Dix could reply only with tears for, as was evident to all who saw her, her nervous system is com pletely prostrated. Could we expect it to be otherwise in view of her immense labors and her grievous disappointments? The persons charged with smuggling dia monds and jewelry on board the steamship Washington, on her last voyage from Bremen to this port, were brought before Commissioner Morton yesterday. The articles seized are of the value of over twelve thousand dollars The defendants were ordered to give bail in $5,000 to answer. Mr. Dyott, the actor, with his wife, was thrown out of a carriage a day or two since, near New Rochelle, and badly injured. Mrs Dyott was alio much hurt, but they are both doing well. Judge Mason, United States Commisioner of ruent5l.i8 "fweut in this city, at the house of his friend Hiram Barney, 240 Fourth street A clerk in this city, named Carpenter, em bezzled a total of $2,030 and escaped to Sa vannah. The telegraph, however, was the means of bis arrest and return to Gotham The boats to Albany are running full of pas sengers and freight at the enhanced rates The Isaao Newton and Manhattan lines it is said, are carrying from three to five hundred passengers each day, and receiving from $800 to $1,100 a trip. Grisi and Mario appear in Norma on Mon day evening. The report is again renewed relative to their return to Europe at the close gf their engagement at Castle Gardhn Miss Susan Denin is said to be dangerously i - ALEXANDRIA CORRESPONDENCE. Proposed Reception?Proceedings at Wap ping Station?Rain? Wynmn Closed? Barnnm to open?Promised Theatricals. Alxxamdria. September 10, 1854. On yesterday evening, the grounds adjacenl to the depot were thronged with crowds of oui citizens, waiting eager to welcome the Presi dent as he passed our city on his way fron Capon Springs to the seat of Government, i oommittee had been Bent to meet the Prepiden and his suite at Wapping station. A seoont committee awaited under a eanopy of stari and stripes the arrival of the illustrious trav eler. Capt. Duffey's Artillery near at hand were ready to greet coming train with thi roar of artillery. The train oame in sight bang went the cannon, closer drew the orowd but no President oame. The Mannatsas trail had failed to make connexion at the Junction and the orowd were disappointed. We learn, however, that the committee me! the President at Wapping, where D. Funatien Esa., addressed him in his usual felicitioui style, to which the President replied. Afiei which, Mr. Hall, of Fauquier, responded to t call from the crowd in a neat address Th< special train with the President and party ar rived late in the eveufug. aud the Pre>iden started immediately for Washington in on< of Captaia Hugh Latham's coaches, furnisheo expressly for the occasion. The following named gentlemen were th< oommittee to meet the President at Wappini station i t David *unsUeH, John F- Dyer, R M Smith J. T. Johnson, W. B. Brocket!, Isaac Bucking ^.T. W Ash by, H W. Vandegrift, J. A Shinn, L. 2. E Stuart, J. Roxbury G. A. Tavenner, J Goldsborough, Lewn McKenzie, C. P. Manning, D. jj'rr^lock The committee to receive him in Alexandria were: Major R. Brockett, B. Godwyn, A G. New ton, C. W. Wattles, Col. C. F. Suttle, Turnei Dixon, H. Latham. Last night, the rain oame down upon us in welcome showers, and though this morning the ruddy visage of old Sol has several timet looked out, the heavy floating clouds promise another rain. Wyman closed an engagement of three dayj here last night. His magical soirees have met with much favor from our citizens. To-morrow, glorious for the boys, Barnum'i eight elephants, Hindoo car, Lilliputian car riage, and long caravan of animals, make their grand entree into our city. The name of the museum, and menagerie, and the va riety of attractions combined into one show, will doubtless draw an immense conoourse oi people to its exhibitions. It is said that Owens, the celebrated drama tist, will open the new Washington Hall with a fine theatrical entertainment. We hope so * or a short engagement a troupe of really good actors oould find no place more profitable than Alexandria. Nine thousand inhabitants once sustained a fine theatre; why cannot fifteen thousand do it now ? We repeat, give Alex aodria the right kind of aeting, and Alexan dria will give the right kind of pay. Am. eZORGETOW* CORRESPONDENCE. Gxommtowx, September 11,18*4. A heavy fall of rain commence with us on Sunday morning about 1 o'clock, and oontin ?ed steadily for sonje six or seven hours, thor oughly cleansing oup streets and alleys, and imparting a delightfully oool and pleasant temperature to the atmosphere, which had been so oppressively warm during the several prece ding weeks. . u - out neighbors in Montgomery county, Md., are making very extensive nr?n b ** "?0k "n poS'. "^wo^oVtha h D?i 1?*rn' the oration. k? handsomest improvement in the way of remodeling of dwellings which hare heen made in our pity this.ea.fn, are thes! of - Jadwm Mitchell, Esq., on Pint street Each of these ladings, whioh fMWonM ?jl?. h?. bMH io thoroughly remodeled a? to destroy almost every vestige of their former antique appear anee, and make them an ornament to the sec tion of the town in whieh they are located The front of that of Mrs. Pickrell especially! ia a perfect model of beauty Tb? revival at the Methodist Eplsoopal church onntinues without any abatement. Her. Mr. Brook?, the pHtor, preached yester day morning. from the sixty-sixth chapter of Isaiah, first and second verses, one of the moot solemn and interesting sermons are have ever heard from him since he h?M beea in oar Bev. Geo. Fenwick has been l%moved from the Georgetown college te-thf nevieiate at Frederick. This change wtll be. much regrat ted<es the old gentleman !? t favotRe among the inmatea of the yuiitutlen, and haa, by the blendaeaa of hia etiW^i Win kind and gentlemanly deportment, great!j ^ endeared himself to those who are in the habit of visit ing the College. - ~ 8p a of A ton. Ybblow, ftsvM at *aa South ?The New Orleans Courier, of the 5th inat., says: ?*By the lalt weekly report of the number of deaths whioh oeourred in the oity from yel low fever, up to 7 o'clock on Saturday evening, it Will be aeen that the disease is already on the deorease. Although we moat confess that it haa been rather virulent daring the latter portion of the past month ; still we think that our citizens have good oause for congratula ting themselves on esoaping so well. Few of our resident population have been attacked by it, and we have been informed that in almost every case, where proper remedies have been applied in time, the disease was very easily checked." The Board of Health of Charleston report eleven deaths from yellow fever for the twenty - fbur hours ending Thursday last. At Savannah there appears to be no abate ment in the ravages of the yellow fever. Thk Latb Riot at Newark.?The state ments with regard to the origin of the riot at "Newark, the Advertiser says are so oontradic 1 tory that it is impossible to say where the blame out to lie. And it adds :? "It is also due to oar own city to atate that the procession was oomposed almost entirely of foreigners, and residents of other cities who | certainly seem to have manifesto! a spirit which protectant christians will hardly feel willing to endorse." Ay JLhbwer Rkqcbstbd.?The question hat been asked why it is considered impolite for | gentlemen to go into the presenoe of ladies in their shirt sleeves, whilst it is considered in every way correct for the ladies themselves to appear before gentlemen without any sleeves at all. Fatal Accident,?Reuben Stipes, a young man aged about 21 years, son of Mr. Thomas Stipes of Harper's Ferry,-was killed near that place, on Wednesday, the 30th ult., by at tempting to jump upon a burden car while in motion, and fell, the entire train passing ovor bim, crushing him to death instantly. Water at Two Cents pir Bucket ?At East Cambridge, during the late drought, the people have suffered muoh for the want of water?have given as high, in some instances, as two cents per buoket for the essential fluid. The Bice Crop.?It is stated that the rice crop this season is fully equal, if not superior, to the best average crop of former years. The yield is abundant, and but little damage has | been done by freshets and birds. Got Back.?The U. S. practice ship Preble has returned to Norfolk, after an absence of I days. During her absence, she visited | saveral ports in England, Franoe and Madeira. New OrlKans Mint.?The total gold and silver ooinage at the New Orleans branch mint, during the month of August, was $300,000. The Hard Times ?Thirty thousand people went to the theatres, in New York, last Mont | day evening. Tar rr.?The Boston Bee atatas that a ftw drops of peppermint, scattered upon the pil low, will drive away musquitoes. For Nebraska.?On the 2d inst., 250 emi grants, on their way to Nebraska, passed through St. Louis. The Hottest Yet.?On Monday last the | mercury of a thermometer at Cincinnati rose 141 degrees when exposed to the sun. Taking a Stand ?An eastern editor Is act cused of " taking a stand," Query, an ink, stand ? . Bcimulatikq Likimbht, m prepared at Gil. ; man's drug store, is deserving of the high st oom I mendatirn as a cure for Chronio and Acute Rbf i> matism. It seldom, if ever, fails to give speedy and permanent relief. This Liniment has been pre par 4 by Z D. Oilman, chemist of this city tor many yeai ! and since Its Introduction has been extensively u^>d 1 by many of tbe most resp?ctable families in the Dlstrist and vicinity, te whom reference "can t? made at any time as to its magical effects in curing Rheumatism, even in elderly persons who were sufferer* for a long time It was originally male fnr hor-es, for theoure of lameness, saddle galls, Ac. and is now mueh uoed for such purposes, b?fog an (?valuable article wh?revet a Liniment ig required either for man or beait. sep 11?3t A few weeks and you may regret thnt you Md not hate a likeness of a'l yonr family made Now la the tiina while you h*ve a fsw leisure mo ment?. Caii at Vanskrson'b and get one of his i nimitab'.e Crayon Daguerreotype*. sep8?lm* 43" Stphius, gcBoruti. ard Disxaiks Blood-Pnr these terrific die ascs "Carter's Spanish Mixture" is the only speeiSe. The proprietors have In their possession over one hundred o- rtificatea of the most extraordinary cures effected bv it. We rvfsr yon to tve certificate of Richard Adams, late High fheriff of Richmond, Va; Edwin J-urtcu, CcmmUsir n?r of the Revenue for JlicLmond; (leu; Welch, of the Mammoth Circus; Dr. Hondlev, <I Washington City; Mr. Wm. A. Matthews, an I C H, Luok, of Richmond, Va ; Mr. V. B?>d*-n, > x change Hotel, Va , and a host of others, who have men 'ca*?* of the worst description tuwd by Carte-'a Spanish Mixture. They all certify that it is the greatest purifier of the blood known. Bee advertisement. Or ThOSX WANT OF RKADT-MADf CU>IH1>"0 shoulJ, before purchasiug elsewhere, call at N ah Walker A Co.'s Marble Hall Clotaing faapcf-lniii, where they will find materials of all Unas, colors, and qualities, made up in the mest approved ttylcs and at prices which cannot fail to induce them to Rurchase They have just received an additional irge supply of thoee beautiful and well mad- Duck Drilling Costs, which h^ve no comparison In tV i* market Tbelr stock Is well kept nr, censistinc of everything belonging to a gentlerfan's wardrobe, together with boys' * nd servants* clothing. ?-* a . 4^>Bfunmi> Piotubbs.?Thoeeof our readers *rl'? dee ire to pass thro ugh a splendid Gallery of Pictures, should not Ml te pay a visit to Plumb's JtaoaiB on the Avenue. He has on exhibition tfcer?' aorne choice specimens of the new art of Dagutrreotyping in Oil, which for beauty aud excellence axe iacoznparsbV. There is a portrait exeouted, in this last style, rl President Pieroe, that reflects (Treat credit on the artist, every lineament thereof giving a life-like ex pression. Mr. Plumbe is reckoned among the Orvt Dagtmrrean artist of wr Htn* ? mar SO? thouid be tmivfrtally known?tor its strictly true?that indigestion is the parent of a large pro portion of the fatal diseases. Dysentery, diarrhoea, cholera morbus, liver complaint, and many other diseases enumerated in the oity inspector's weekly catalogue of deaths, are generated by Indigestion alone. Think of that dyspeptics I think of H all whe suffer from disordered stomachs, and if yon are wil ling to be godded by advice, fbunaed npon experi ence, resort at once (don't delay a day) to HooBand's German Bitters, prepared by Dr. 6. M. Jackson, which, as en alterative, curative, and trrvlgnrant, stands alone and nnapproached: Ws have tried the Bitters; and knew that that they aria Excellent for the diseases specified above. For nale by dealers in medldne everywhere. . ,4< ? a| 8 . 49? TJax Haxfton's Vmbtabu TnrenrBB.? Have you Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Nervous. Debility Diseases of the Kidneys, any Loss of Power and Dis arrangement of the system? We hut point you to the thousands who have used the G&xat Is vigoba Toa. In proof of what we say above, W? relbr yon to "Hampton's Vec*table Ttnrtnre," Sad its effe- ts Job 8hiu,ino*om reeeivee all tbe Kew Bookx and Newapapees aa fMtfs publithed - |Je ia agent for Har/ers and atl the other afagastatts, and our reader* will always find" a large and gnod assort ment of Blank Books and Btatfonery at bis Hook store, Odeon Hofldieg, eoner of 4^ street hnfl l>nn ylvania avenue. atig !? i kti i' I i i, V va Prealdtnl'a Sli>nnted Qaard. y*u Jherehy ordarv i te marfc for (a> yWU radios TUIU1>AV. the 12th September, f at 2 o'clock p. mn at the armory, fct tbe purpose of celebrating in an appropriate manner, the anniversary of the Ourps. , . a i o It is earnestly desired and etpee'ed Ibaf ?*e*y member wDl be present to participate in the axar cis-s ef the MffifiOB. 1 > ^7 C*pt. jos- Ptak ; . . i*. ,1 ^ hINQ b. pinch, sep Q?it* Ori-BjU JS ryaa BfOTICH.?The sp^ersigned raspec^ [L3 fully gives notice that the Hyn^ia Hotel, O'i Vunt Comfort, 7a, wiU cloj^n Ffiday. to?-16th insUnt, 7 C. C. WILIUlBD k sap 8? lysB SOTICK.?To Masonsmtd 9me Ottt+t. [13 The M?*o?r and Stone Cutters workipR As socle tlon on the Dta ww fMwVktbitg hjr struck lor 2ft gents Mr day advance. There at* four men continued at PATBRSON y JBKRY CROWLY. J>MW KKL1.T ' VMklBfft* fclglat Iafkatrf. A ??*1 meeting ???? wi? * ft* ife i w-fci>ft?5 *XTr^T^?? (Monday) BYENINU UthiMipfc-^ in order of thnCapUin: BKNJ. P. BEERS, , sep H?It " Secretary. ? National Oaard, AtUitla?^? T?h? ae* fereby n?Hle^ ?o aeeet at r*?r arav ory on TUESDAY HORNING next, 8*P ?? ber 12th, at ?J< ocloi* d. m , tft foil ?nifort f for parade. ? There ?ID be a Drill ol the C^trp^TT on MonJaj, evening, at [ By order o? Oapt. J. A. Talt t 0 B. BISHOP. sap 0?21* OrJ UL THREE NIGHTS MORE. ??; *?? ? Stanley's Western Wilds, BK1NQ DBTAiNBD IN WASHINGTON *Y THE engagements of the Artist in Btltimore, where he la suterin.ending the arrangement of his Indian Gallery (lata of the t-mith touian Institution) for exhibittoa at the approaeMng Htate Pair, will remain NATIONAL THEATR?, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday of Ms *cezk. WBDNKSDAT, COMPLIMENTARY BBNBPIT to theABTIsT The "Western Wilds" wfli ba exhibited in Balti more on Monday next, continuing during the tUle Pair. eapll ENGLISH CABBAGE SEEDS. THE undersigned ba* to < ffer a floe stook of J"n gliab CABBAGB 8BRU. among which are th following esteemel kinds: Early Emperors. Earl* natter, ea, Early York. Kirlr large York, Entkld Market, Large Plat Dutch, Mitabel's Albert, Non p treil. Shillings' Queen, Srrotabro, Wheeler* a Jn> peri?l, Ac. A large stock of the cnest Turnip tee J, all warranted fresh and genuine. J^HN SAUL, Pe-d store, corner 7th and Q street*. aep 11?er6t* _? S TAN LEY'S WESTERN WILDS, RATIONAL THS4T&E, WASHINGTON, will te exhibited MONDAY, TUESDAY, and WPDVESDAY, September 11th, 12th, and 13th. sep 11? St flnt?l, Union, Sentinel and Wews ] ALL persons * ho want to *t?p'o< bauds, < ith> l in their basineg or as servants, as wei* a? those looking f?r employment mnj call atmyrfllc , 7 th titreet, between ?enns*l*en*a avenue and the Canal, oppr site Centre Market. Also, Lots and Houses lor sale |-s*pll ?lw* CHARLES WALTER. NATIOIAL THEATRt WA8HIR0T0H STA8LEYS WESTEB1 WILDS. BENEFIT OF THE ART1ST. WEDKK&OAT, Itpt'ber 13 th, 1854 sep 11?(lot Seat.. N'ewj, Union J " BKHTBRM WASHINGTON HALL RESTAURANT. 0^. /?\ This well established and f ll^Potalar place of resort is( ^Mht iiOw servir g up as usnal ail the delicaries of the season. ORTOLAN ard RKKUBIRDf served op ?n a ?ty!? unsurpassed In 'red. evtfry deli acy usually foucd in a firht cImj Kestanrant. is always kept on hand, sad n expe ienoed C> k and obliging attendant! stand ready to cater to the gratification of th< guests. Soups at all hours. Parties served with Bird Suppers by leavicg tin neoes try ordtn at the Bar. OY8TKR31 The seas' n for that delightful delicacy havla? ar rived, the proprietor will be r?ady to serve them ?] u usual, i i ev*ry style, to his numerous patios and the public generally. W. P. BENIBR | sep 11?*t I" STANLEY'S J will be exhibited IN ALEXANDRIA, On Tlinradny Evening;, Sept. 14tk, H?p 11?At AT LIBERTY HALL INTEREST!XO CONCERT AT OARUSI'S SALOON. IfH. LUWN B twgkg, therr ginal Old Bob Hi1 JjX h7<W>' pleasing Yoc lift, lata of E. P. Chr:? ty s Min^tfels, wiil give a?rsn<1 Vocal and In?*rn mental Concert on MlflAf EVENING, at Carati' Saicom. He will te assisted by several popular an I eteurs of the city. erp 11?5:* NOTICK?All pecscns indebted to the unLi aigned are requested to come forward am make a settlement beiore-or on the 10th o'Octcbe' All accounts di*eOnfrifu*d until the payment for ih< bills rende ed on the 1st of July last. sep 11?St RUTH A. PEACO. STANLEY'S immvx i r ?- In Baltimore. MONDAY* September 18tb, 18>A. aep 11?3t (In tell j l-'INB RULED LETT ICR PaPKR at $1 per t->.m r bought personally iu Eurcps. and imp?'U<l by PRaNCK TAYLuR. aep 0? N?)TICB.-Tbe copartnership J otofore ex isting between John Murph? and Patrick D.i ? ley is this day dissolvivl by mutual consent JOHN MURPHY. PATRICK DALEY. Wsshirgton. Pept 9, 1964?ft* K8TRAY.?Came to the subscriber an ? stray buffalo COW?a strap on ht-i |neck, file owner will oome forward, paj cuargei* ard take her away. D. HOOVKR. sep 9?2t* A CARD. FASHIONABLE DRb*^ .1AK1N9 -Ladies wJsb ing their figures improved, will do well tc call on Mrs. M. A. Eaton, one door west of 13th *tr<et Pennsylvania avenue. Mrs B returns thanks to the ladies of W<ali nu ton for their vrry libera! patronage, and hopvei tc merit a continuance of their favors. Fifteen ladies wanted at the above business. 8 T. Taylor's dre?a cutting taught as usual. ^e^9?PatMor ASat3t* 49-THIC t> a SIR ASTLEY COOPER, BART., M. D., th? ?*TJiE.vr *ei>rc\i ?t?ortTW*?R, h?h lift a valuable lmacytA rill woxtni* his Great Preventive of Couaumpilos, ' ' AND UN FAILING Cure for Palmon&ry 1)1863868, Without the Use cf Medicine. Sir A C, Bart, iuv. "nA 'dtlsei tie U?e 9f ih? MhBICATcU FDR CnvST PR0T&4 T-'R, To all perraoe of ul| age? and ooh^l ions ai a r r t*in and safe shield a^a'nst those fearful -diseases. Consumption. Bronchitis, Atthma, Souths, Co'ds and other sfflLttons of thfc Lungs, which arls < from the exposed state of th# fhest uccording to ftrgbutn, and The continual changes of our climate. ?'The Protec^r" is slmoly a chrinlcally prepand fu". lined with Mlk, apd pad :?*!. which, suspend" d from the neck covt-rs the cheet, In so agte?-.Me a maon?rttaf, 6ntc worn, it become* a nwsxi'y orni 9 comfort. ??The Protector," although tut re ently 1- tro duced into America Is m*klbg iaj id pr ^r<*s tl.r ?' the United States, the Oana4ap, South Am e- tea and ths Weit Indies.' It has f.ir a lotf g time been s sU pie article in Enpland and on tbe (ontinent of Ei ? rope, while it has grown In many countries to tl? po-iti & ot an article of drese. To demonatrate th? se/acts enquire of any Bag isb reiident in your icinity of h? fcnoaledg* of t^ Wnefici^l ajleots of weariug the Prot*c.or# esc i ass to DOCTORS"; of any kind. The co^^l *e*rUig ttast artkWia a suit trills, and ow arill la t sJBte y?ars. Mo oua wlio vabues the health oi himself or Lie family will be with^t t'oem, but rajudly intr&duciuglhaMn. Hanourt, Mradley I Co, or London, ana UMac'rejtter, w. trig nally eotrus ed'with the m*nuncture of the Pro tector*, by the lamented Dr. Ooopsr, an-t continue to manufacture according to An original Inst rue tims. and therefore re<oamend those who ?#jW wear '?The Pi otee'ers,** to a?e their being genu ce Remember, this u a staf f article and no fatettt .. ? KETAfl. PRICES wnPs Else - $1 50 earh^_a^ Ladlea! do ? "> Boys' anQlim ' do 76 n...s HAROOUBT, BHADLEY * OO^ 38 Ab?S rest and 101 Nassa* strtet. NEW YOBK, U. 8. Principal Wapfhoose, 102 WoiMt Slraet,3<Cbrap side, London. M 'BuJactory, 44 Market Street, Vasdkeeter^Xng landv H. 8.1 Ot ar* eslfetlshlaY Depots for tils ?*1< o Mn e Pro ?ctof- in all pitfts of America. Pty<" cians, Anfrfaon/, Druggists, Clothiers, Cry Oo^ds MwrCbants, Batters, and Milliners'" also Oejttlemeu Purniahii g Storekeetera are entrusted with4 tt? wholesale rrtaiidistrihut on of tu?jn, aiui u> abom moat liberal terms %re rff-rod for their ante p u*. and a aplen ild opportunity epeua to them for afid profitable bm-iners ^ Por terms apply to v-u BARC'sURT, BRADLEY 9 tX)., asp 9- SmdAw T , YrAiiV8KM?NT8.n f \>EA*D VOCAJ. Awjwiwpiw1 VOHDAV ?rftHf, Npt.'lllfc, ^ AT OAKUM'S SALOOHy ^ * M'lli vahit GOmXTPrima TV*un 1W?U, - fro*B fee Beyt* Ipltea Cpetn, Madrid I CARLO VELI'jE. (toner*, 4#.. Ac ?Ut*l; from tb? It-tea OpMt. CmM* tirtn. N?? rati r AsaUted by M'lle CAMILLA CBAU, YfeJinMt, tU Wonder of tb? Ago. wh > ?h pvfocal' f aid a 1 C nosrtt of Madam* Bontag; jtd Menu. HT?i?VU*b W? MJWSKI, VWaSb ' Bo?tienr Faa?caDov?u_, Man tear. The Piano ui?d on thisoooari u will be from lb? ? HtiUUaiMrt of Mr DitIi, af (tit city. - -WtOG RAM?Pant PftsT ?1. n>rfl?MH lfce*-r, ?Grand Bantarta- by Tkalberg. playnd \f W*X SIBUK WOlOWgKl S Oevattna Baaa the<jw> sung m Va?iM Par laffl? Ntf by M'LLB GOMlfc. i Souvenir da hetttat-traa U* Opera *? II Pirate"?played by M'LLB UKM 4. Three Celebrated M?aourka??by Obopl*. ??*ayc<l by MONSIEUK WOLOWSKI. b Air foraO - ?? The Thrre Stan," by EoMaA-eung Ly M'LLK GO MB. PjJLT 8a00Kt ?% Grand Fanta-ia?f om fbe Opera " Nocat,"-played t; M'LLI UB80. f. The Span ish Bolero?BecelvAa ?lth the pc?M apslAu*. m Madrid? sung by M'LLB GOMAZ ?. Csiebmted Witches' Da are?Grand C->nce?to of Pag*fei? played by M0N8IAC* BOLOWSKf. 9 YatUiaos De Beriot?Compo ed for Madame Sou tar- a?ag by M'LLB GOMEZ. 10. Grand Oon?erte? frta tto? vorite Opera ?' Lccretia Borgia"?played It M'LLI UfeO. tickets rirrr cknts ma cm. "To be bad at toe prinetptl Mode ItMN Browns' Hotel, and at Che <toor. Doota open at 7 o'clock. Te commence at 8 o'clock precisely, sep 9?*i* FU*, WOIDn 4VD DELIGHT! ODD FELLOWS' HALL! yon nix NIGHT* ONl.r. W7MAN > I THK AXD VEITKILOdllST, Will fir* a cerise of hi* popular the above Ball, conn'Mtog on MOM DAT EVENING, September 11th, IBS*, When he will introduce new experiments, taaii g ?oen?s In Ventriloquism, and the ever, laughable Life moving and rp aking APto? n?roM?. Pee fina l Bill* Doors open at 1% o'clock?corr men?* at 8. Dt E DBNMAN, e>p 9 -At Ag' nt. P. T. BAENUM S GRAND COLOSSAL nsiii in uiiHiB, The larg?*t travel ins KxhUiilon In th? world, be ing a combination of all the most pop ular aaoHiDfiiti of the age, will exhibit at Wash ington. on WRDNWSDAY, WKPTkMBBR 18th, FOR OMR DAY OHLT. The rtistimruishing feature of the Mu?eam ltd Menagerie Is the extraordinary variety of attrac Ion comprised in one ertabltehment, and all of which are ahswn for a single price of Admisrien. these will be found a splendid Menagerie of Living Wild Beasts! ' ooLLacnon or CURIOIITIII AND WAX STATUARY, As well as various Inter* rtlnp perfbrmanees, in Which the real, original GEN. TOM THUMB! Mr. NEIL? (bom without arms,) and Mr. LRT GRL, the MO* RING, will appear, the whole form* ing an Rzhlbltloo of unequalled extent and attrac tive power. The Grand Pntree of the eUabliabmact Into the City, headed by th? MONSTER HINDOO CAR, DRAWN BT RIGHT KLKPHAHTI, Will Uke place on the morning of the day of fSbl bitlm. Admiraion tf> cents. Children onler 9, IS cent*, including a view of ereryttlng adrtrtisad In the Irlla. Dot* open frrm 10 to 13 a. mn from S to 8 a. m., and frr to 7 t* 9 o'clock p. m. **p t? GERMAN MEDICAL OFFICE. Tilth oflloeie under the ct arge and maoagament of Drs Broth-r* A Graf, the celebrated Gennan and Indian Physician* Dta. RIG la e i>lea*ar? In presenting this, their reprrt of the dlFeaawwbkh wera su ee.Mfally treated by them durimttbemonth of August: Pulmonsry and NervousOansnmptloii. fc Dyspep'ia, .30; Ooattrenees, ?; Nervona Irrltatlli ty, 39; bronchi is. Xi; liver Cos paints, 19; Leti - corrbea, 16; Piles, 1'/; G kvmI, 2; Asthmn, 10; Dloer a ted 8er* Lag*, ?; Scrofula, 22: Rhi ? ?lli a, U; Chraale Dyoentery, 11; Pemala \^'eakn-es and Ob struc ion 3; Mercurial Dittanes, 7; Gonorrhea, 42: Syphilis, 14. ? Urs. Brothers A Gray take thja a^portunlty of*x preeeirg their gratitude to the eiliaens ot Weshlag ton and lUltiwre, and vicinity, <or the coa8d?t ce reposed in tl em iu the treatment of tbetrooni plaint/, and they rejoioe for them ae well as tbem seLrea, that they have been able to remove th^ paralysing hand of di?ease from all who have songht their pro essional services. . Drs. H. A G. are at all times ready to ct>fiv1n*e the most skeptical that th?> can. without asking a question, tall them their aymptom!1 by urine in the morning, and guarantee tbem an May cure. ^ Offioe 40, V Pacastreet. Baltimore', Md, aad on Saatb B street, Washington, D. 0. H>p 9?St* SHIRTS?SHIRTS. WE dae'rv t > call the attention of citiaens ani . strangers to oar large asnor moot of tae, in* d:un and low prioed qualities, < f white ?.n l ooloixd Shirt*, which we are offering at a >m*ll a vanr? above co*t. making It greatlv to the advirttge of purchaser* .) call and examine our *tock. - . WALL A MRPH1NS, Pa. a venae, next door to Iron HaH. a 19?tf TO ALL LOVERS OF GOOD BUTTE*. T ?HE subscriber will, on U-h?ottow, (Satnrdav.) I the uih instant, open at his BT ALL, No 118, Centre Market, as choice an article in the Batter line as can be procured ia the great Valla? of Vlr iritia. 11- hope- that hi* unequalled facilities, aad strict attention to business wilt procure him atbare of public patronage JA8. E. DUNKAW'IM. sep R?lm* NOTICK. ? ?ll p ,-rso a are forewarned of aur chafing a Gold V atcu. Chain, ani Baal, whteh were stolen ou my premises, September 0th, I*64. \a nei at $200 JNO. KKAIK. ?p8- 3i* IBKRTOLOZZI, from Florence, To*en?y, Jt Professor in French, Italian, and voaal Mu si", I street, Kranklin Square, between ISth and 14th streets Rsf'-ren^s; Mrs. Peale and Mr. Man^y, Ern.ln Wastington; Professors forest! and Urwent, New York. Sep J-M4 "WOODSAWYER'S PRICES. & AT a uieating of the Wecdsaaera pt W??Wnft n. held on the 8th instaut, it was revive 1 that on account of the high prices of pr->*lsicsa. and living in general, that we m\ l be t, mpelled to rai?e our r?t?s *?w4ngw*od \ t\ certs per ornl f6f eaah c~t. Z*'~* Putting awav c-isl ?#8ti P r ton." ClIARLKS PEN**, Wa-hlngtm, Eept 8, lSSA?St* Pwp^ry. MRS. M. L. DAVISON. Pa. aveuue, leltre** Vth and 1 Ot A ttreet? Respectfully jrfnrm- her eontemera an i the rubl'c t' a* f-li^ has jnst r? JUH^j ceived a fp'endid assortment of h'l Rlbbnus, Flowers, Bonnets and Featheta. An^ also Ta'l Paahlona Thankful for past favor*, hwping to continue Wanted, two good Milliners. M- L p. sap <?St* ^ ^ j*. \ CLOTHING OP BEfT QUALlXIKf?In order torutfoat assortment cf bummer Clothutg, we aw now offering cur entire stock st cost, embracing the largest and finest variety ot fashiooaUs styles to be f and in this ci y ? LOTH'hG MaDK TOOWDBR.?Waiwvea'anas ard fa>himabie stock of 8oe clcth*. casim>rvs and vestioK* of every de irable style and fuslitv, which we will maVe te order in the a^t huperior Manner, utueh cheaper than th* m-oirl r-'T pri'-oF WALL A STKPHBVS ^onnevlwiHa aesinie, V'wmi 9th nn^ l*tb str . next door to Iron Haffcalae, 8 door* east of National ? .Sep 8 FLAWING CARDS. Visiting Card*. Printer* da. Blank Cheoks and Not*; Letter. Cap, Drawisg 11ssue and tVaste Paper; Ink. Band. Blank and peas Ma, Paper Outlets and Balder*, Tnkstandt, Bead Boxes F on oil a, 4* Alae, PeffuBwy, Fancy Go^ds de hevisevi* JNO. F. KLLV8, - Pa. svenae, betweea 8th nnd 18th Sts. ?ep P?~ TJOSTON AMERICAN ALMANAC, ?oa.pUt? atl n fiQin It* i ommereement ia 18*0 Jtritish Almarac and Companion, ooap'ete fr^sa it* commencement In 193S. ;; ^ ^ Ecr sale, oaa eopy only of each, bv Sep 8- FRANK TAYLOR ARBWA&D IOR lNDVJBTKY^?Any pern a very saaall ma of aoae* can ehtaia s on ofa besitMMi whieh will afford a heads*? ir.g craay,b proper weoesaaewdatioaa Athoate??y ac* hecoetea partner wi?h a corrert young na? ii ?? mmm I J.lHIf V. CLAWK, Agent, J ? A4. Urited 8tatea I alias OAe^ 1MB BL m>P7 - jjMftjSyia A1m?$*n?!m'Ai''uu