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At tk* Star Building, corner Pennsylvania
mvtnv* and El*x*nth str?*ty
W'ul be *nred to rabacriher* in the citie* of VVoh
|H?on, fi?iiptnwn, Alexandria, Baltimore and
ftidadHphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS,
payable weekly to the Acents. To mail rabscribera
the wib?eription price is THREE DOLLAR8 AMD
PIPTY CENTS a year In advance, TWO DOL
fx THREE MONTHS. Cry-Si*?L? COPiia oki
?rtMRTHTTfa Itw TTV1W-B -rav e-tm
NO. 770.
Jul?I om
Thia riuJ?*1 TuAjp ud 1f?
taialng a greater Taring ot
can bv found in any otfter-Afc pat4i?brd oo Hatnrday
Bin^e copy, per *Dtiunj...
to nni.
Five copiee..^.^^.^..
Ten do
0Q- t'iia, iNTiiuiiLT m ADr^irt.
W" 8infle copies (In wrapper*) can be procured
at the counter, imondiatHjr after the MMie of U*
paper. Price?t?mb cmrra.
PovtmAVTKac who act as ifmts wttl be aio* 4
a Commismon of twenty per cent.
A nrvat * -r?? ?
Pennsylvania avenue, opposite P mm' Hotel.
AS lilted up the commodious aali over hi* ken
taurant as a first claw L.AGSR BEER SA
?N, havm* procured a su.ply of every luxury
and comforts found in first cViss establishments of
the kind in the Nort'.tero citi* *.
Hi* RHINE WINE;* and French White Wine?,
ii well as h:s Clarets, Setar-i. La^er Beer, German,
ItaJian, and 8witzer CHEFSES, and indeed ?f ev
ery other appropriate luxury in such an ,.*siab)ish
Bient, ? unsurpassed in this < ountry.
He solicits a call from his friends and the public.
m*v 19?tf
RD DONALDSON, Dentist, late of the firm ol
, Hunt h. Donaldson, continues to ,
mauu'arture and insert thorn beautiful/
porcelain teeth, wnh or without g'uns,
for specimens of which (made and de
posited by the late firm) wa? awarded the fin-t
premium at the Mechanics' institute Fair, recently
held in this city.
These teeth are carded and shaded to suit each
parucular case, and their resemblance to the natu
ral Hjiiis is so perfect &5 U> deceive the most prac
tised eye.
Particular attention r?l*> paid to filling and pre
?cr/in* the natural teeth.
Charge* moderate and ail operations warranted.
Office southwest corner Seventh and D rs.?en
trance on D. mar 21?6m
THE undersigned ill p*y the highest price for
Land Warrants.
Slocks bought and sold on Commi-ision.
No. 42A Pa. avenue, Washington,
miy JQ?lm (Inti-Union)
CHARLES WH.R51EH, on Pa. avenue,
opposite Browns' Hotel, will keep throughout
the season an ample supplv of Pettibone's b"st ICE,
which he wili sell, on call, in any quantities, at the
lewest possible ra?es miv -29?dt!*ep30
The-Steamers GLO. WASH
can he chartered for public or select parties to v:sif
the While House Pavilion, Mount Vernon, Fort
Washington, or other (daces on the river.
The White Hon*e Pavilion is now open for visi
tors It is a beautiful place for pleasure trips; it
has a fine Ball and Dining room , also, a new Tcu
Pm Alley.
jj^- For particulars arp'y to *he President of the
Company, or the Caatai's ct the Boats.
Mr. WILLIAM COKE is fumis'iint refreshments
on the l?oa:s, and is prepared to furnish parlies on
the be?t wdfc an 26?2m _
MW. GALT k. BRO. ca'l attention to their
? unusually large aa?o.-Uuent ot Silverware,
consisting of?
s*olid silver Tea Sets, complete
Silver Pitchers, solid Silver Casters
Silver Cups and tfaucers, Gobi- ts
silver Fish Carvers and Forks. Cmmb Hcrapera
Cane Kniv s, Fruit Shovels, 8ug:.r Sifters
J^ly dpoonj, Cheese Scoups
Pickle Knives and Forks
Olive 3poon->, Salad Tone*, Vegetable Forks
Fiuit Knives, Ice Tong-?, D*?rt Knives
Soup, Creatn and Gravy Ladles
Ice Cream Kniv??, San Cellars
Napkin Rings, But*, r Knives, Tea Strainers
Tea, Table, and Desert Spoous and Forks of every
Breakfast and dinner Cofi^e Spoor*. Ac.
Also, a very !arg* assortment of Fancy Silver
ware, suitable for wed-ling, birth Uu>, and other
The abova is all of our cwa u.anufacture and is
warranted to be pure.
M. W. GALT k BRO.,
Ill Pa. ave., bet-v. 9ih and 10th su.
car 31?tf
NOTICiC.?I received litis day a new assort-1
ihe latest styles. Al*o, a variety of other new
Goods : as Vest Chains, CUaldains, Brace lets, Pins
Earnngs, Rin*s, etc.
Great inducement* offered to purchasers.
No. 330 Pa. avenue, bet. 9tU nr.d 10th st'.
Q^.Veic Point* put to Gold Peiu at short notice.
Dianoads remounted, and Jewelry made to order,
mar if
Pit publishing a morthiy Musical WorJi in
tht city of Washington,
THE ur.d?-r-i?Tird, at the solicitation of many ot
their ottcoed customers, propose publishing a
moothly Musical Work, entitled
The National Monthly Musical Magazine.
The Magazine will eomain from our to su pages
of Music, selected from the best European and Na
tive Composers In addition to the Music an extra
dieet will be added, contain!*? the lao-st Musical
Jfews, Musical Notices, *c. The Magazine will
ke print d on the best quality Mas * paper,and will
be printed from engraved plates, in the neatest wan*
The fint number of the Magazine will Le ready
?bouithe 1st of July, liiSi.
Mr. S V. Notts, the Agent for tlie Work, will
solicit subscription from ae citizen* of th<j District
of C HUTnliia aad ?how a apetim?*n number.
.'tin II. Bcana, No. 1J0 Bridge street, is the
>gtat for Georgetown.
Music Depot, cor. Pa. av., l.th and D sta,
Star Bu. diii-s, VVa.-bi?gton, D. C.
jne i^tf
t* A CARD. jm
0^" Eror.omy ts the road to wa
Bre&t Redaction in the price c? Ezti & Capa
niUE uiuler&igned, liavinz maUe arrau^emenu
| with a New York llat Company to be eon
ftintly iur>i??sel With the very best .%olesiun or
oRESS DATS, p>l up ill Ibe late-t s>tyle, offers
Uiem at lb? unprecedented I jw pnet of $3,.V>,
worth from frur to Qve w secoud C|Jality, $J,
wortn from f to >4 ; and ;? very * > 4 fa*iuon
able Hat at w jitli troui to
AIw), Be be A Co'* Han, at a mo'U le*. advaooe
tkan they have been here tot .it sold la Uiu> oily.
First ts.te beaver Hats f-,5 >.
All Kimis of ^?lt H ATS and CAPS very low.
lo order m sell :a the above low prices the cs^h
lysum must be adopted ; cocfrequently u.oee who
purchat>? will not be ('hjrg*:d from fitteen to uvcaty
h??: art cent, as an ^JTset for bad defc j.
(for many years in ibe i mploy oi Totld
k Co.) No. 3,Coluii.ti-i; ace, <th #u,
gp tf 2d door north of P?-nn. avenue.
flne watches.
Having made a comsideraUe adaiiim sty
?fKrk of
?olo icmaa r - tikt uvn% ?
and la oil 4' wiirHM
Of first quality, Ik.ivy 16 carat.
Also, SILVER WATCHES for br.yg.
I off' r thrm at erewtiy reduced prices. The
movements are selected with gTcat care, usd every
Watch ts tMrraatel.
Persons in want *>f a one timekeeper are invited
to examine my assortment.
No. SSO Pa. aveaae, bttw. Ihh aad 10th st?.
THE subscriber re pectiully anuosBCM to hi*
friends and the pul;iic in general that he hrsro
eeived the first lot of the celebrated llODGEtl
PL Mi', which rew' .?*? 4 tbe iHLVER MRDJIL at
lt< late 1'ui of uie Metrofolit-in Mechanics' Instl
late, and is now prepared to turnish ill who may
favor him wiUi > call.
His stock H UA? KIXTL'HJT.B are uasur
pasi?d in the Di^inct.
With his corps ot i omprt^nt workmen he prides
himself to fill any or?ier? m PLCMtUNO AND
GAS? PITTlNt* litif witli pron1.^ini'sti aiu despatch
a#-AH work done wurr<ui*e<l tu give complete
nusfaruoa JOHN RSESE,
way ii?tf cor. Sixth -t and Pa avenue.
GO at once to ARN V, B.i?li;e street, G<-orf?>iown.
he was awarded a M?D.-\L by the Metrupoli
taa Mechanics' Intitule, for ICE CREAMS,
TBR jCEd, aud CAKEai n*n>
ORNAMENTtS o( Hair, sack as Bracelets, Chat
elains, Chains, Brea-^pnis, Earrings, Fuige
Rai?s, msde to oriler, of any deeired dcsi^a.
AH orders faithfully atiended to.
Specunen? mty be seen at my store.
No. 330 pa. av., between 9lh and 10th sU,
cx,aov*>al?l,.l MANTILLAS at low
Mantillas at$i so,
Mantilla* at $5 30,
M ah til la* at 90 50.
Mantilla* at .$7 50,
Mantillas at .?S 50,
Mintillas at$i0, he. &c.
Beauilul styies of Summer Mantillas (new designs)
in Lace and Silk nt ail the above v-ry reduced price*,
put received, and now rpen for inspection in our
Mantilla ro^ni ? second story?entrance through tbe
sl-we MAXWELL * BRO.,
je 90 - co3t 328 PenusjIvania Avenue.
Dr. L. B. WRIGHT'S ~
For the Permanent Cure of CONSUMPTION and
all otherform ?? SCROFULOUS DISEASES.
1>HIS Medicine !=? prepared by an eminent phv>i
cian of cijhteen years practice in New York
city, durng which tune he has constantly used it
with th'f most unbounded success, and created for
it a reputation in private practice, uneqnalled in the
history of medicine. It acta immediately upon tbe
b'ood, cicans'ng it f>on all scrofulous humors or im
purities, r?-nova'in>j and. by its mag'C powers, IN
cf w ich, hundreds of respectable witnesses f:oin
the doctor's private practice have given in their t? s
timony, and entreat those sufT*Tin^ from any scrofu
lous affection, to tull upon them a d satisfy j,our
A Treatise on Scrofulous disease* can be had
gratis at PRINCIPAL DEPOT 409 Broadway,
and at D;Ug Stores ecnerallv.
Age at* for Washington.
It ii TASTELESS, (thereby avoiding the nau ea
ting ? <T'"ct of P>lbs, Oil, S.naa, fee-.,) and p?odacir.$
no grioin^ or other painful effect*. Unlike nil oth
er j>urgat!T?w. it i-arehes to the bottom of the dis
ease, tbo'ou^lily clean." ^ t'w stoaiach, and leaves
the bowels entirely fret* from eostiv.'ne*".
Children drink it rr^dilv and without forcinr. and
Give it a trial and then judge for vonrselves.
It can be bad wholesale and retal at E. H. STA
BLER * CO'S. Baltimore, or CH ARLES STOTT
8l CO., W.t.hincton, D C.
Broadway, wh?re the doctor an be eon-ulted daiiy
on diseases generally, Ironi 12 to 2 p. rn., without
charge. je 13?Cm
WE have this day formed a copartnership ur.?!?'r
tnr firm of Neal &. IIavknnkr. for tbe sale
of Wine? Liquors, fi^ars, &.c., at wholesale and
retail, at No. 803 Seventh s ., opp. Centre Market.
ma? 25?er.lm O W. HAVENNER.
KTo. 807.
w1shis5ibs sv9tk uncpict iBT,
S. E. corner of Pa. av. and Liei tn/A street,
Sole Ajency for
Warmins and Ventilatin? Apparatus,
M. POND fi CO.'S (ot Boston)
lTnion Double-Oven Cooking lianw,
J. L. MUTT'S (of New York)
Constantly on bar. J, and receiving LATROBE
STOVES, foriieauna two stories; Parlor and Cham
ber CRA! ES, Enam?-I ed and Japanned Cooking,
Hall, Parlor, Chamber and Dinins Room S ! OVES;
Plain, Tinned and Enamelled Iron HOLLOW
WARE; ISioek Tin, Planished and Japanned WARE
in great variety.
All of which will be Mild at the lowest possible
rates, that will compare favorably with any Esiab
Iishment south of New York.
Au exa-mnatiou ot iny stock is earnestly solicited
ap *3?Jm J AS. SK1RV1.NG
THE Subscriber^ Coaches will call for Passensers
wishing to connect with the above _ _?ll ,M
Railr&als. My ?>r.ch cs connect -'
tbe Stearaern Titos Coi.lykr or Gkoroe Washing
to*, which leave Washington at 6 a. m.
fuj^- Meals furiiislMtd on the boats.
Persons wishitig the C'jaches to call for them can
leave their name hud residence with Mr. Jonn T
Tillman, near ths CjpiU.I pate; Mr. Butt's druc
store, corner <Viir.sy!vania aveitiie and 12th streti
or at Geo. & Thoe. Parker (i Co.'s store.
Coaches can be iiad for Pleasure Trips,
Fans, perfumery, toilet articles,
&e.. fcc.? We hav^ now in store a large vari
**>' of fine ar:d common Fans, Harrison's and Lu
bin's celebrated Perfuaory, Brushes, Combs, I'ooth
Powders, plr.} ng and visiting Cards, One Portmon
i aies, Cigar Caser. rar:l Cases, Baskets, Canes,
fcc,4c., a'l of which we are selling out at low
prices to ?uu the uines at the Piano. Music, Sta
tionery, Perfumery, or.d Fancy Goods Store of
306 Pa. avenue, bet. 9th and 10& sis.
msy S3?tt
New books received at
Tbe Watchman, will he found a lilting coaipani.jo
to the popular and simple stoiy of the Lamp
Harpers' Magazine for June?commences a npw
The Missing Bride, by Mrs. Southworth
The Two Guardians, by the author of Heartsease
Blanch Lcrwujd, a tale of modern life
Virginia, Harper's Story Book f<?r June
A Book r>f 'l'houshts, Memories, and Fancies, by
Mrs Jameson
Peeps from a B- It'ry, or the Paris 8ketch Book
Leaves from a Fam ly Journal, bv the auth <x of At
tic Philoanpbi r in Paris
Joy and Care, a friendly book for young mothers, by
Mis. Xutbill. ' '
All the new fcooid pabhsbed received iiumedia-e
ly afterward*, and every tiling in the stationery lint;
(or sale at SHTlLINGTON'S, ?
Bookstore, O.leon Building,
j* I Coxner st, and Pa. av.
ilOIl E BA R G A IN S ~
Bri die tfreei, \outfi title, near High, Georgetown,
HAS iust rect-ived a further supply of seasonable
Go?ms, aiL"Rg-t which will be found
,ri0 ptcces good st> Irs fast colored Lawn* at 12}^
it) do plain bJ ick and white and black do.
.*) do rich p.aid Ginghams ?: .t Cicgliaiu Lawns
;?0 do dott? d and rich tmb'd Muiluu
50 do plain Swiss and Natueook Ho
40 do Jaconet and t'arubric do
'JO do piaid and striped do
25 Gra>- Cloih Skirts
iW corded and damask do
White si?i colored Waters 1 Mortens
50 pieces light pu tty styles Calicos
10 do Barege de I,nines at 12l?c
2 do Buff shade Linea
With an avxirt.nt-nt of scasonablo styles of G!ove>,
Honrry, and many othrr very desirable Goods, ui
which ihr att-niion i>t ca?h or prompt ci^tomers is
iavitbd, as we at? ci<u>tamly receiving iisiw goods,
and are selling them at prices to suit the times,
may 29?tl J. H. 6M0OT.
vieion are inr.tcd Ui examine my
ci'.riisive slocU >! ;.!) iiuds ot fePECTA-j
CLES and EYE Gf.ASSES. Glasses^
of any kind, such as Cataract, Par?bola,'
Perisciipic, Double Concave, Double Convex, and
Colored Gla?scs, put in at short notice, with gn at
care, and persons in want of glasses may be surt*
to pet those wbicn benefit the eye.
Circulars "Deleclive Vision," gratis at
330 Pa. avenue, b? tw. 9th aud 10th sts.
mar 30
PIC NIC BASKETS?lust opened a variety ot
Pic Nic, Traveling, Card, Office, Work, Schocl
and Toy Baskets.
Also, a lot of Fresh Perfumery, from Apollcs, St.
Harrison and Julca Hanel, Philadelphia. Comlm,
Brush *??, Fans, Playing and Visiting Cards, Card
Cases, p..rv Moonate:;, Jet Goojs, Pocket Cutlery,
Cages, MujIC, Musical Instruments, Stationery, tie
300 Pa. av., bet. 0th aud 10th sts.
All bTiiA :%r? h.its
visiting the Ciiv should see IIunter'i Catalogue
of tli? Cur km tit* of the Patent Office. Also, his
Desi-riprion of i'owell's Gr? at Picture.
HUNTER is to be seen at 456 Ninth street,
ma/ 31?Jui*
Auction Bales.
By GRKKX * SCOTT. Auctioneer*.
?A"!"1Uon ~?n FRIDAY, the 29th June. 1855,1
???nil sell in front of the premises, atfi1^ o'clock r.
m , by virtue of a deed of trust from Henry W. Ham.
i ton to the subscriber, bearing date the sixth day of
February,L ' a rtl*d l(,r recor<' 12tl> February,
irir l ' p,PC,f or rarCf>l of F?und, in the city
Washington, in the District of Cdunibia, knowri
as Lot No. 11, in Square Nu. 4<W, together with the
Hon"J'*rnt*' Wh,Ch *" * gU?d UV0 8lor* Bri<k
w fSte47b?Vr, d?*rihe'l property fronts on 6th street
we?t 47 reet, between I and K streets sooth, ran
feef aaC tl> 8 ' a"#y' conU!!5ing 4,200 square
Terms: One fourth cash; the balann in6.12and
i? mouths, the purchaser to give note* for the de
* 1 j paymHnt,, bearing interest from day of sale.
A deed given and adeej of trust taken
_ . _ _ Auctioneers.
ii n o'elock, ?*me evening. we
1 * amt Shop, iit'jnttd on 6th street,
! immediately opposite I.-lariii Hall. '
Terms ca?h. GREEN & SCOTT.
je i eofcds Auctioneers
Gy J AS. C. McCUIRK, A.Hdo.u?ri.
at Auction?On FRIDAY afternoon, June 22d
I ? V 4?C? ' To !he ' shall s. II Lets No?.
I A J, 4,5, 13,14,15, and 16, in Square No. 159,
r?|,Pect>v?'y Rnodc Island avenue, 17th
and Nona Pf streets
The whole forms half a square, containing 119,
i 00 square feel. and is one of the most Hwat?d sif
?ulioiis iu tiie city, at a short distance from, and in
lull vi- vv of, the Public Buildings.
Teims at the sale.
. ? JAB. C. McGUTRE,
_Je 9?eo&ds Anninn
Ily JA8. C. BcGllHK, Auctioneer.
V./ *teal Es-tate a> d Mark t Gr.rden ? Bv Virtue of
. . ??cree of the circuit Court ?,f the Ivtri.-t of Co
wner^n Mi??*bmglon county, made in the c use
w m'. n'll, lr3!li,[ a"<l '?? ir at
ari 1 ii i n ?h \t Moore'?*?c?a?d, is co . plamanr,
and Ilai.nah Moore, and J.mes IHoore, and Laura
Ann Moore his wi'e, heirs at law of iwid Thomas
Moore.i.ecesseil, lire defendants, No. 1,067 in chin
? ?:ry, the subscriber. trustee appointed by said de
cree, will sell at pubiic auc? on. on TUESD 1Y the
10:h ..ay of July, 18?5, at G o'clock p. ra , on the
premises, the whole of square No. 30.1. in the city
W ^lnncton, tronnrrff 310 fee on each of 11 th and
laili streets west, and 202 f- et 2 inches on each of
\ an.; \. Greets n nh, and containi-i* about 62,6.2
square teet of ground, with buildings, improv. mints
and appurtenances, which con<l-t of a well and
-ups antially built two-story brick dwelling house
ami frame stable, 8ic.
The above property is eligibly situated and rapid
ly enhancing in value, and has been occuoied and
cultivated as a market garden for tinny years, is in
an excellent condition for that purpose, an.! with
in a very short distance of either of the city mar
kets, and offers to persons d^si.ous of obtaining a
valuable market garden or making an investment,
a rare opportunity.
The terms of sale, as prescribed by the said de
ctee, will be one fourth of the purchase money to
be paid in ca-h, and the balance m 6, 12, 1H and 24
months, to be seemed by the purchaser's note
beaung interest from the day of the sal-, with seen,
riiy to be appioved by the trustee. Uix.w the full
payment ot the purcha.-e money and interest, and
the ratification of the sale by th# Court, th- trustee
Will convey the property y? tlm purchaser In fee.
If U> teims of sale are not eiimj.iied with iu six
day* aiter (lie sale the property v.ill be resold at the
nofie exfMiUl,,; 01 ll,c purchaser, iif>on one week's
All oonvtyancing at exp^nsr of pureliaswr.
CllAS. S. WALLAL'M, Trustee.
^ , JAS. O. McOUIRE,
eoAdg Auctioneer.
By J. c. UIcQUIHIl', Auctioneer.
ed Property in the First Waul.?On MONDAT
afternoon, June 25th, at o'clock, in liont of the
premises, by virtue ot a deed of tru^t,duiv recorded,
Ac., the subscub.-r will sell that vaiuaMe piece of
properjy situated at the cr rni r of Pennsylvania
avenue and 10 h streets. The improvements con
si?t of a large and rornmrkij.mH three ?t- ry brick
.Iweliin'1 house, with coach house, and o her out
Termscacii. W. A. MIX, Trustee.
, . JAS. C. McGUIRE,
V Ig-(i Auctioneer.
By J. C. BoQUlU*. Ans11 oii^7rT~
i Plate Mirrors. Sundry piwmfHufcww Fur
V.'m1/.' ;?^Tt'ei^,u Wilch Cow, 4c., at Auction.?On
v\ LDf.oSDAY, June 27tn, at 12 o'clock M I shall
~eil, at the official residence of Commodore Pauld
ing, \> ashington Navy Yard, the lollo4ing arucles,
viz ; 8 '
Tliiee larg- and handsome French plate Mirrors, in
rich gilt frames
One Egyptian marble top rosewood Table, hand
soniely carved
Ten Geno^s.- Reception Chairs
Rosewood, crmis plush covered Arm Chairs
t.r.m on and purple damask covered Rockers
!J>lt Chandeliers, with carcel Lamp?
Mahogany Hall Stands, Arm dining Chairs
A fine family Carnage, bui t to ord<-r by Wood.
I om I logon U Co., New Yort, cost .S1,0<J<J
Lnamelied leatkei Carriage Cover Xc
(?B.; very superior Milch Cow
1 erms: $50 and under cash; over that amount a
credit oi sixty and ninety days, for notes tatisfacto
nly endorsed, bearing interest.
, on , JAS. C. McGUIRE,
J" J)-d Auctioneer.
By K. s. 'WRIGHT, AuctloneerT"
Frame house and lot at auction.?
On FRIDAY afternoon nerr, the 22.1 instant
ht o o clock, I shall sell, in front o:. the premises
. 'V1 ' .'i'"I i| riireldkt Id's aduiti.in, from 1112
JiJ fpet on Sg^itad f%eet, by 150 deep, with the i in
proveinuntM, ^ng a comiortable two-story name
House, with i*ck building.
Terms : One 1*1! cash ; the b;dance in bii und
twelve iaonlh?, with interest.
. M . E. S. WRIGHT,
_ je 20-dts Auctioneer.
By (ilUKM A SCOTT, Aucttoue.ri.
L street, between 4th and 5th strsets west, hi
Auction?On MONDAY, the 25th instant, we shaii
?ell, in trout of tbu premises, at 6 p. iu., Lot No 23
iu bquare No. 615, having a Iron* on north L, b. tw!
!l.!'a"d 5(h streets west, of 60 feet, rubninz back to
a JO frvt Alley.
The above described property is handsomely lo
cal. d in a rapidly improving part of the ciiy.
Title indi>putablr.
Terms: One-third cask; residue In six, twelve
and eighteen months, for notes bearing lot- rest. '
A deed g.vcii and u deed of tnist taken.
)c Itf-d Auctioneers.
By J. C. HcQlIRE, Auctioneer.
Public Auction.?On TUESDAY afternoon,
June at 6^ o'clock., 011 the premises, I ehail
sell part o! Lot No. 3, in Square No. 421, situated at
the corner of 8U1 street west und M s.reet north,
with the improvements, consist.ot a substantial
aud well-finished two story b ck building, contain
nig in all two larae airy patios, dii in^ rooni, aud
kitchen on the fir,t lloor and six tood chambers
sbove, together with a stable and wood shed ut the
rear of tl.e lot.
This property is delightfully situated in oue ol the
most pleasant and healthy part" of t';e city tor a pri
vate residence ; a row of snade ttees surrounds the
joi dit.g-, a pump of exc. Hen* water is near by aud
.i.any other advamagss, rendering it a very desira
ble residence.
Teriiii.: 1'ne ibir.l c.isb; the iiljn ,r, ]2 18,
and 24 months, with interest, secured by a 'de.'d of
uu*t on the premises.
. ... JAS. C. McGUIRE,
18~d Auctioneer.
i?y UlLlLkZN SCOTT, Auctioneer..
Handsome two story and attic
Brick House and Loi ou the nonh side of K
r.i/e-et north, next n? the corner of aGiii street wi^t.
ut Auctioa.?On TUESDAY, the 96th instaa', we
s .all Bel , ai 6 o'clock p u.., in front of the premi
ses, the ab^ye describ.-d property, beiii* Lot No. 2
m Square No. 4, having a front on north K street of
?>0 feet, runnit.g back au equal widUi li'j ibet 11 in.;
the house contains nin? good a.nd couveuienUy ar
ianged roonvs and kitchen.
The above described property u handeomely lo
cated a utile west, aud in the i Jimediai^ viciuitv of
the Circle. ' '
Title indisputable,
Terms: One sigih cash , balance in 1, 2, 3. 4 and
J years, the purchaser to give notes tor the deferred
payments, bearing interest from the day of sale.
A deed given and a deed ol trust taken
Je -C~"J Auctioneers,
A correspondent of the Providence (R.
I.) Journal, writing from Newport, under
date of the 14th instant, furnishes the
following particulars of the interesting
ceremony of the presentation of a testi
monial by Governor Iloppin, of Rhode
Inland, to Commodore M. C. Perry, U.
S. N. The writer sajs:
"This boing the day appointed by
Governor Iloppin to present the testimo
nial voted by the General Assembly, at
the January session, to Commodore
Perry, for their appreciation of his ser
vices to his country iu negotiating a trea
ty of amity and commerce with Japan,
the ceremony took place at 5 o'clock, p.
m., on the balcony in front of the State
House. A largo number of the good cit
izens and strangers assembled at the ap
pointed hour, embracing the beauty and
fashion of Newport. Many beautiful
equipages were also drawn up in front of
the State House, while the windows of
the adjacent houses, filled with ladies,
showed how deep an interest the fair sex
took iu the ceremony. It was proposed
to have a military display on the occa
sion, but with the modesty and good
sense which marks every act of the dis
tinguished oflicer who was to be the re
cipient of the testimonial, he preferred
that the ceremony shou'd, as far as pos
sible, be confined to the civil authorities,
particularly as the members of the Senate
and House of Representatives would be
piesent. Unfortunately, a shower of rain
fell while the people were assembling,
but it was of brief duration, and was
succeeded by a bright sun.
"On the balcony stood a table, upon
which was so placed the piecs of plate to
be presented, that it could be seen by the
assembled people. Governor Hoppin
stood at one side of this, and Commodore
Perry, in full uniform, on the other.
Lieutenant Bent, of tho Navy, Sheriff
Lake, several Senators and other State
officials, with many distinguished citi
zens and strangers fillel the remaining
space, while the other Senators and
members of the House occupied places
"On presenting the testimonial, Gov.
Iloppin addressed Commodore Perry as
"Respected Sit: It is with great per-'
sonal gratification that I accept the hon-1
or to become the instrument of convey
ing to you a token ot the deep feelings of
respect and interest with which the Gen
eral Assembly of Bhode Island have re
garded your course in the late difficult
negotiations with the Empire of Japan.
" They have watched the whole* pro
gress of this important enterprise from
its inception to its happy termination,
with lively interest. They felt the sin
gular embarrassment of your position?
the more so from the fact that the honor
of your own native State was involved
in your success. They had no fear as
far as yourself was concerned, that all
things would not be accomplished with
characteristic faithfulness and wisdom?
but under all the possible contingencies
of so great a movement, the vast compli
cation of the details, the distance of the
scene of operations, the rivalry of other
nations, the total uncertainty of the bar
barian mind ?they could not but have
great solicitude. That solicitude is now
past. The object which was every wav
worthy of its dignified origin, and of the
energies and sympathies of a great and
enlightened nation, has been achieved ;
and achieved also, under God, we believe,
mainly through your own perseverance,
sagacity and skill.
" WJjere many might have failed through
over much boldness, or cver-much fear,
you seem to have pursued that golden
middle course that conducted to perfect
this success.
" That which has been accomplished
is held by the General Assembly of
iihode Island to be of the greatest mo
ment?both in the view of the commer
cial interests of land, and the general
interests of humanity.
"The Island of Japan, stretching
across fifteen degrees of latitude, and
containing, probably a* many inhabit
ants as the Luited States, who are gifted
as a race with no common degree of in
tellectual force and industrial talent?
these islands, closed to the world for
nearly two centuries, and never entirely
opaned for benefit, or to be benefitted br
other nations?have now unlocked their
gates at the touch of power clothed with
kindness. This was a new kind of tri
umph. Military power, even while car
rying the sword" at its side and the thun
der-bolt at its command, yet choose to
employ the weapons of reasou and of
" The General Assembly of Rhode
Island sec in this a certain foreshadow,
ing of a moro wise method of settling
international questions, and of recon
ciling all diiTerences between govern
" The results cf the Japan Expedition
have proved that there need be no lack
of firmness, and no lowering of just de
man?ls in the exercise of the utmost spirit
of concil ation. The material advantages
to be derived by our nation from the
treaty with Japan may ba seen at a
glance. What Holland by her jealous
intrigues, has heretofore drawn from her
commerce with Japan, in a very limited
degree, will probably, in the course of
time, be turned towards us in a mighty
stream. And the boldness and wisdom
which have secured for us the first place,
will, as iu the case of England with
China, fairly contribute to enrich us,
while shutting out no others. But Ja
pan, as a stepping-stone from our Pacific
coast to the coast of Asia, lying only
tweu.y days from California, afl'oiding a
new depot for the track of Asiatic coin*
merce, and a new place of supply, seems
to promise to oonnect America and Asia
together, as they never hare been con
nected before. And there are, we con
ceive, still higher views of the results of
the treaty ot amity lately concluded with
Japan. The cause of humanity has made
a decided advance with that treaty. Not
only will the unfortunate mariner, cast
upon that merciless coast, now be as
sured of kind treatment, and the dead
from foreign lands now receive a decent
sepulture, but the heart of this great
peop e will be softened from its stern fe
rocity, ita manners will be gradually
ameliorated and elevated by contact with
a Christian civilization, and the oppor
tunity will be given for sowing among
them the seeds of a pure religion. The
fact that an Empire, twice sealed up by
its own idolatry and by its former terri
ble experience of a nominal Christianity,
may now be slowly opened for the intro
duction of the religion of tho Gospel, is a
fireat and glorious fact, which it must be
pleasing, sir, for you especially to con
44 Were this the occasion, and would
time permit, many highly interesting ad
ditional facts relating to your personal
history in connection with the mission to
Japan might be presented. The unwa
vering faith which you had in the suc
cess of the expedition, akin to that which
animated the spirit and fortified the cour
age of the great discoverer of this conti
nent?the extraordinary discretionary
powers confided to you by your govern
ment, and the wise, humane, and benefi
C' ntu-?e which you madeof those powers
the memorable and delicate consideration
manifested by you in the treaty stipula
tions for the just rights of the Japanese
women, thus recognizmgin that far distant
land the appropriate influence ef women in
all the important aftairs of life?the great
moral power of the course of policy and
rules of conduct which you adopted, es
peciaily m declining to receive or make
visits of ceremony, or to negotiate on the
Christian Sabbath?thereby presenting
to the minds of this intelligent and ob
n^rving people, irrefutable proof of the
respect and reverence of your nation for
that great commandment of the Al
m'?hty, which is enjoined upon us all
44 to remember the Sabbath day, to keep
? ??~^iese an(* kindred topics afiord
rich food for thought and invite to ex
tended remarks; but I forbear.
Permit me now, sir. to present to
you, in tlie name of your native State
which cherishes, as among its most price
less possessions, the name and memory
of yeur heroic brother-this piece of
pia.e, voted to you by the General As
sembly of Rhode Island, in such terras
as must give you gratification. The
plate is altogether of Rhode Island fab
ric: and from this circumstance its slight
intrins:c value may be increased in your
. 4< 1S least, sir, a sincere expres
sion of the respect and approval, of your
fellow-citizens of Rhode Island. They
rejoice that the name of Perry is still a
word of strength to your profession knd
country, 'lhey rejoice that the olive leaf
of Peace is entwined with its unfadine
laurel. ?
1 receive, through me, the con
gratulations of your friends in Rhode
Island, and their earnest wishes that
your life aud usefulness may be lonr nrc
served." ? *
The following are Commodore Perry's
remarks in ieply:
^ ut r Excellekct ; It is impossible
or me to ej press the feelings of grati
.ud<i with which my heart responds to
e "altering expressions you have this
moment uttered in your capacity of Gov
ernor of the gall aw t little State of Rhode
Island, and as the organ of both branches
of its legislative body.
*ou ^ay well imagine my pride and
satisfaction in being permitted thus to
stand before this assembly, and upon a
spot sanctified by the most agreeable as
44 It was in my earliest boyhood, be
fore the intioduction of steamboats or
railroad, that I often watched upon the
shore for the first glimpse of the gaily
decorated packet sloop that in those days
annually brought thu Governor from
Providmee to this town, and witnessed
with cliild-iike delight, in sight of this
very edifice, tho pomp, parade, and fes
tivities of44 election day."
44 Since then I have traversed almost
every pait of ti.e globe, in the prosecu
tion of the duties ol a profession of
winch I am justly proud; and now, after
a lapse of nearly half & century when
in declining life, to be called b^ the Ren
reseiitatiyes of my native State back to
tneso hallowed precincts, here to receive
from the lips of its Chief Magistrate the
commendations of my fellow-citixens, is
an honor I little expected, when, as a boy
miushipman forty-six ycars ago, I first
embarked upon an element then and al
ways the most congenial to my aspiration
lor honorable emprise.
44 And should I not feel doubly hon
ored in finding my public services asso
ciated with thoso of a lamenied brother
the memory of whose heroic deeds has st>
far been, and I trust ever will be, fo^lv
cherished by every true hearty Rh0/e
" Is conducting the mission to Japan,
whicn a confiding government entrusted
to my sole charge, I was fully impressed
with the magnitude of the responsibility
imposed upon me; and true to this gen
erous reliance upon my judgment and
discretion, was the more ambitious to ac
complish an objcct which to many seemed
unattainable. You have just now, sir,
told me how these services are appre
ciated by those of my compatriots who
are nearest and deaiest to me?and I am
44 The valuable testimonial, rj0W prc.
sented with so much cloquep.ce and erace
shall bo prewired ia ?y
heirloom, to commemorate an event to
rdMy V1 Wh? lnaJ ** allied
fimV t if ?k ??^ to the grateful re
cipient, who begs to tender to your Ex
cellency and all her present his profound
aud heartfelt thanks."
The testimonial consists of a magnifi
cent silver salver, of unusually large di
mensions, massive in weight, and almost
elaborately chased. This salver is oval
io form, 28 inches long inside the handles,
and about 36 inches outside. It weighs
319 ounces. The embellishments and de
signs arc entirely in the border, which is
four inches in its greatest width, the cen
tre being left plain to receive the inscrip
tion. The opposite centres of the bor
der midway between the handles, are oc
cupied by the coat-of-arms of the United
States and of Rhode Island, in bold re
lief?the former supported upon a clus
ter of flags of the I niNd States, and th?
latter surrounded by a wreath of palm
leaves. The handles, which a*e large,
and composed of scroll and shell work,
are so arranged as to form a portion of
the border, by which means the awkward
appearance of detached pieces is avoided
Immediately beneath, or inside of each
hindle, is a large eagle, in bold relief. At
the quarters, midway between the han
dles and the ooats of-arms, are four com
partments, formed by the arrangement of
the scroll work, containing clusters of
fruit from all countries. The olive branch,
bearing fruit, is entwined among the
scroll work. The handles, though very
large, do not have that appearance, ow
ing to the great width of the border, and
the manner in which they are connected.
This salver was designed, modeled and
made in every particular in the establish
ment of Messrs. Gorham A Co., and there
is no doubt it has the heaviest border ev
er manufactured in this country. It was
designed and modeled by Mr. Wm. Clark,
who is in the employment of the man
ufacturers. The centre was engraved by
G W. Babcock. The case, which is of
beautiful workmanship, is of solid rose*
wood, in the form of the salver, and
mounted with heavy plated trimmings.
This was made by Messrs. Wm. C. Mil
lard and Co., William street, and up
holstered by B. A. Norton, Westminster
street. We may confidently pronounce
the whole one of the most exquisitely
beautiful pieces of silver work ever exe
cuted in the United States, reflecting
great credit on the taste and skill of the
firm by which it was designed and ex
The following is the inscription:
'?Presented to Commodore Matthew
Calh&aitit Perrt, in the r.ame of the
people of ;he State ef Rhode Island, by
their General Assembly, in testimony of
their appreciation of his services to his
country in negotiating a treaty ot amity
and commerce with Japan, and in ac
knowledgement of the honor he has cc -1
ferred upon his native State, maintaining
the renown of the name he bears, and ad
ding to the triumphs of his profession
hose of humanity and peace. February
28, 1855."
Satire is a sort of a glass wherein
the beholder sees everybody's face but
his own.
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