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VOL. IX. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, JUNE l<>, 18.57. NO. 1,376.
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THE EVENING STAR
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PI BLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON,
(EXCEPT SVIfDAY.)
AT THE STAR BUILDINGS,
Cormr 9/ Ptmmtglramta acenut, *nd 1U4 strut,
Br W. D. WALLACH,
?ad is served to subscribers by sarriers at SIX AND
A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the
Agents; papers served in packages at J7K cents per
month. To mail subscribers the subscription prioe is
THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS
a year ts adrcmct, TWO DOLLARS foe six
months, and ONE DOLLAR for three months; for
less than three months at the rate of 12){ oents a
week.
CETSINGLE COPIES ONE CENT.
NATIONAL HOTEL DISEASE.
(From the New York Herald ]
Having been strongly and repeatedly urged
by a 1*1 y sufferer at the National Hotel about ,
the middle of March, and who came under my
care during a relapse in New York about the
first of May. to publish my views of the malady.
I have thought it might be of some service pos
sibly to do so. as I have been in a position to
obtain information not only froui facts coming
under my own observation, but from scientific
men on the snot, who were personally familiar
with the whole history of things from the begin
ning up to the present time.
Having lived in the midst of the most mala
rial districts of the South tor a great portion of
my life, opportunities have been afforded for
becoming familiar with diseases of that nature
and their various symptoms. My opinion is. i
that bad air malaria will account for all the
phenomena observed, and that no other suppo
sition can
Some five or six years since diarrhoea whs
very prevalent at that hotel.
One gentleman was seized at the National
last October.
An eminent physician of Washington says.
'? The first ease of the diarrhoea I met with at
the National was in the latter part of Janu
arv "
It cannot be denied that several persons who
never ate anything at that house were attacked
by the disease Ihere were many who took all
their meals there through the whole season and
remained well.
It is not in proof that there were any case? in
the neighborhood A wide street bounds the
house on three sides.
Ladies who spent all their time in the build
ing suffered less than men who were absent a
good part of the time, thus eating at the house
less often than the women.
There was every grade of intensity in the
symptoms in different persons.
The symptoms themselves were much varied.
The attacks usually came on early in the morn
ing and suddenly, with a copious and repeated
discharge from the bowels of n light colored,
frothy, sourish fluid, of custard consistency,
without pain, griping, straining, tenderness,
chillness. or fever.
In most cases the stomach was not affected nt
all in the beginning, and theappetito would re
main good.
If the disease went on for a few days the
stomach l>ecame irritated and the food only was
thrown up. especially if the bowels had been
cheeked by opiates and astringents.
Sometimes very violent pains would be felt
in the bowels, seemingly due to spasm and flat
ulence.
At a later period, inflammation, soreness,
tenderness, and fever would manifest them
selves. with loss of appetite, great thirst and in
a very few cases cramps
A copious rash appeared in a gouty patient.
There were few. if any, cased of bloody or
mucous stools.
The best results generally followed tho use
of absorbents and antiacids. such as charcoal
and magnesia.
The best diet seemod to be rice, farina starch
and the like.
Quiet and confinement were less bcneficial
than courageously keeping out and about.
Relapses most frequently occurred from im
prudence in eating. e'pecUlly meat.
The stomach was only secondarily affected
and sometimes not at all.
One man would eat a single meal in the
house, leave it. be taken sick aud remain so for
weeks; another would eat and live in the house
for days and weeks and escape altogether.
Several persons who remained in the house
and procured their uwq food and water did not
cscape an attack.
Many parts of the house were filled with a
most offensive odor, some parts were compara
tively exempt
No practical chemist has Critically examined
a body dead from the National Hotel disease
and declared under his own name that there
was any trace of a mineral poison. Examina
tions of the dead body have been critically
made without the discovery of arsenic or of
any other mineral poison, a* in the case of Mr.
Petriken. of Harrisburg. Pa. In epidemics
from bad air. this bad air including miasma,
that is decaying vegetation, as well as malaria
in geueral. such as chill and fever, fever aud
ague, diarrhoea, dysentery, cholera, yellow
fever and the like, half the people escape alto
gether. If mineral poison is in the food on the
table in sufficient quantities to aflect a single
persou decidedly, such effects will be observed
within a very tew hours, and not one in ten
can possibly escape altogether.
In large doses arsenic kills in five or six
hours, beiore inflammation take? place
In moderate doses there is inflammation and
irritation of the bowels, and death occurs in
three or four days.
In a third class of cases there is a nervous
irritation causing a kind of palsv or lockjaw,
hysterics, mania and the like. If death does
not take place in a few hours from arsenic,
there is inflammation of the stomach, as well
when it is applied to a fresh wound as when in
the stomach.
For a hundred persons to sit down to a table
and partake of food poisoned with arsenic,
oauting death in some instances or severo sick
ness wubin a few hours, and yet the greater
number to escape, is a chemical aud physiolo^i
eal impossibility.
Heat destroys the effects of malaria as to the
human body by rarifying it, and carrying it
above the breathing |?int. Cold brings it near
er the floor or earth, and in a more condensed
and virulent form Hence women sitting in
in warmer rooms with the larger supplies of air
from without through window crevices, suffered
less than men who were in colder rooms with a
supply of new air from frequently opening doors
trom the passages in the hotel, the outer doors
bein? kept closed
Mineral poisons affect the stomach almost in
stautly if in large do-?es, causing fearful vomit
ing" or excessive burning or pains in throat,
stomach or bowels.
A person entering a house in a tired and
wearied Condition, and breathing a concentrated
malaria while eating a single meal and then
leaving the hou-e. may very eisily imbibe a
fatal disease in that short time lrom the oj?era
tion of two causes?bis debilitated state and
the empty stomach drinking in the poison from
every swallow of saliva, until he eats, and then
the vigor of the svstein being expended on th??
digestion of the food in the st >tna h. leave*
other parts of the system projiurtionably weak
against disease engendering agencies.
Anomalous secondary symptoms and pheno
mena would attend the disease, from the fact of
the extraordinary combination of simple mias
ma with the more general malaria, and the ex
traordinary concentration of the gases from
sewers, ces-pu^ls kitchen offal, noisome cellar',
and the heat of cooking, washing and ironing
in the vicinity of the lower rooms of the build
ing. not very accessible to the out-d<?r air.
It is believed that not a single statement ha
been made in the preceding article that cannot
be literally substantiate I in a court of justice
by the tejtimony of personal observers of the
tacts of the case?the testimony of scientific
men favorably known to fame. The aim h:.s
been to write a reliable paper hoping that com
petent minds abroad, as weii as at home, may
vj able to deduce therefrom conclusions that
will shield the National from an unwarrantable
suspicion that there could exist, in the whole
extent, a sinzle heart so base as to attempt tho
death of the President elect, all regardless. to? ,
of the certain fatal consequences to hundred
of helpless women aud innocent children und
unattending fellow citizens.
KbiroR Hall's Jvirjal or Health.
Postpone?ext or tiik Comet * Visit?Mr.
Beiwick, th- alitor of the Kevel:?tor a Swedeu
bor/ian,or "New Church," p--iodlc:il in New
\ o:k. republishes a Communication on "Thi* Bt
Dected Great Comet,"' which he wrote to tin*
Manchester (England) Guardian In I"S50, pre
dicting from mathematical computation that the
return of the oreat cotuet of l'Ail and 155t> will not
be until altoot the year IsOl. Wc have, therefore,
? respite four yearg.
A ??LV>TH TRIAL" OX A STEAMBOAT.
Fun and Jn?tice Combined.
We find in the St. Louis Democrat, the fol
lowing amusing account of a little " Lynch
law affair that occurred on the steamer Minne
haha on her trip up the Missouri, in which the
public will he apt to recognize rather more ius
tice than in most case? thut have been tried by
that formidable judiciary.
Among our respectable passengers, was found
a verdant-looking youth running away with
another man's wire.
The melancholy fact having leaked out. it
was forthwith resolved that Judge Lynch should
call a special session of his august and sum
mary court.
Arrangements were soon made, sheriff and
judges hastily put on authority and dignity,
and the following writ was immediately issued :
In the name of the )
People, > Court of Judge Lynch.
Special. s*. )
Steamer Minnehaha?To any sheriff or officer
of the steamer Minnehaha, greeting :
We command you. in the name of our supe
rior court, now holding a special session on
board the steamer aforesaid, that you arrest
and bring forthwith into our august presence.
Don Juan C , if found in your Dailwick.
charged with grand larceny and the further
crime of adultery upon the high sens, against
the peace and dignity of the giant Republic,
and within the immediato cognizance of this
high court.
And in this fail not upon your peril.
Given under our hand and seal of the Court,
this 29ih of Flora, and in the year of our court
the fifty-seventh.
Judge Lv.xch, Chief Justice.
Judge Chastity, ) Associates
Judge Purity, I Associates.
As usual, the sheriff of Judge Lynch's court
acted with astonishing promptitude and vigor,
and in twenty minutes from the issuin' of the
warrant, the guiltv Mr. C 1 stood in the
august presence of Ihc supreme terrestrial jus
tice. Having been regularly indicted, a petit
j jury was empannclled. and the public prose
cutor appearing against him. the Chief Justice
appointed counsel for the defense, and the trial
at once began.
The Court room?gent's cabin?was crowded,
and all eyes were fixed Opon the physiognomy
of the accused, while the aforesaid countenance
grew white and red by turns, as either fear or
shame took possession of its possessor.
Witnesses for the prosecution were examined
one after another, and all testimony went
straight to show that the lady was put on board
the Minnehaha at Council Bluffs, by her own
leige lord, and that the prisoner came on board
at the next landing and took possession of her
as his own wedded wife, and that as rucu, they
had roomed together since. Parties fr?.m the
Bluffs, who knew the injured husband, testified
! to his marriage with the frail lady passenger,
, which transpired only some two months since.
The case looked dark. There was no testi
mony in contradiction to the above. The prose
I cuting attorney looked triumphant. The jury
j grew solemnly dignified. The chief justice and
hi* associates waxed still sterner and looked
more morosely grave. The counsel for the de
fence took the prisoner to one side?a few mo
ment's conversation ensued, and again they
appeared in court. The counsel and nis unfor
tunate client seemed like men in desperate
circumstances. Hope and fear alternated on
their expressive but diabolically sedate coun
tenances. At length, however, the counsel rose
! and put in the following document ns ooaclu
' sive and sufficient evidence of the innocence
and purity of his client. Amidst mingled
hisses and murmurings of wrath, it was admitted
as evidence in court:
SI PH KM E BENCH? SHOEMAKER** COCRT.
Council Bluffs Citv, Iowa, }
May 2. 1S57. \
To all to whom tfiete presents may come :
greeting.
Be itTinown that I. Simeon Shoemaker, jus
tice of the peacc of said city and State. reusing
special confidence in the statement that an un
Jleasant row has existed for some time between
ob Q and his wife Betsey, do hereby dis
solve the bonds of matrimony heretofore exist
ing between them, very much to their mutual
di.?gust. And furthermore bo it known that I,
having been duly elected to this position by the
Mormon vote. do. in harmony with the sublime
(?olygamic doctrines of Saint Brigham Young,
lereoy seal and deliver over the said Betsey to
C , Esq., to have, to use, and to hold in any
manner that to him may seem good. Witness
my hand, and this great seal of the Court here
unto appended, on this. the2rtth day of May. A.
D. 1 Sji. Simeon Shoemaker. J. P.,
andex-officio marriage breaker and maker.
This record, from the authenticated docket of
Esquire Shoemaker, was introduced with ap
parent confidence on the part of the defence;
and the prisoner being put on the stand, testi
fied in substance the same thing, assuring the
jury that he was the husband of Mrs. Q?ley.
The court, however, ruled that Shoemaker had
no authority in law. and did not amouut to
much as a man. and that the prisoner was an
unmitigated liar. The Chief Justice then launch
ed out into a moral dissertation, distinguished
alike for its purity and beauty of thought, and
its elegance and chastity of expression.
The jury retired, and in just one hour and
twenty-live minutes, returned with the following
verdict :
We. the jurors, of this august court, after
solemn and deliberate deliberation, and reflec
tive consideration in the momentous case sub
mitted to us, do find?
]. That Esquire Shoemaker s commission ex
pired on the first of April. 1857.
2. Thut Esquire Shoemaker had no authority
to grant a divorce in the case of Q. r?. Q.
3. That the defendant C. is guilty in manner
and form, as he stands charged in the indict
ment.
We recommend that C. be put upon a log and
sent down the river rolling. That Mrs. Q. be
locked up in the state room and kept securely
until she arrives at her place of destination,
and when she shall be delivered over to her
friends; and that sentence be executed forthwith.
Peter J ox kh, Foreman.
While the judge was preparing to pass sen
tence upon the convicted and truly wretched
man. the steamer stopped at a wood yard?pris
oner's oounsel obtained private interview, and
advised eulprit to agitate his pedal extremities
and disappear in the thick hazel brush and un
derwood that skirted the shore. Prisoner sweat
, ed in hi* great agony, and trembling with much
| f.*ar. was secretly assisted up the gangway plank
! by his counsel?fourteen deck hands firing pis
J tjls and yelling like devils incarnate, were soon
howling ou his track. But darkness covered
his person and his shame with a robe of common
charity, and he escaped, never to return. Next
morning the sentence was comp'ete.J. and the
disgraced female was delivered over to her
friends, who awaited her arrival at K .
Alliance of Central American St\tes.?
A dispatch from New York Mates (hat Senor A?
i taburnaga, who will l>e remembered as former
' Secretary of the Chilian Legation iu this city,
lias l?*ii appointed Minister to Costa Ki<-a.
whither he has gone in a nat onal vessel. The
supposed object of his mission is the arrange
ment of an alliance among the Spanish- American
republic* for mutual protection against lilibuster
isui.
Indian TroITbi.es.?Sir Ueorge Wore and suite
have arrived at Louis, from a year's hunt in/ e*
p -d>tion at the head waters of the ,\| ismouri. They
report that the country was never in a worse cou
? d.tioii respecting the Indians. The Santws and
; Sioux were committing atrocities against th&
whites, and since the removal of the tritops from
l-'orts Kandail and Lookout the Indians in the
nei?{hborh?K>d have assumed a hostile attitude. A
party of troops had marched against the Santee*.
|?~7* A house iielongiug to M r. Rosltorough, in
Stamford. Ct , was struck by lightning last Sun
day, and some strange feats pei formed by the
electricity. One room was locked up by the
lightning, the key being left in the door, and it
was necessary to break the door open to extrii ate
a voung lade who was buried iu plaster thrown
Torn the celling. No one was very materially lu.
ijurtd.
FOR RENT AND SALE.
IQFFER FOR SALE. MV FARM. "Rosen
vick," miles distant from the town of Culpeper
and a depot of the Orange and Alexandria R. R.
This Fann contain* 156 acres of land equal to an? in
this section of Virginia. Forty acres are in timber,
the Imlance open land in fine order. 0n it is a large
and valuable young Orchard now just coming into
bearing, comprising all the most desirable varieties
of Apples. Pears, Plums, Poaches, Apricots. Necta
rine*, (trapes, Ac., Ac., suited to our climate, a
Spring of never faihng pure water near the dwellme.
Out-houses. Ac. The Dwelling is plain, but amply
sufficient to accommodate a small family. The
situation for health and beauty is second to none in
this region. An extensive' range of mountain
scenery, the beautiful Village of Culpeper, with
in a few minutes walk, otter facilities for attend
ing Church, and as fine Schools as our State af
ford*, wlule the Orange and Alexandria R. Road putt
it within a few hours ride of either Washington,
Alexandria, or R iehinond It is seldom a farm.with
as many advantage!, is ottered to the notice of tne
pub&c. Persons desiring to purchase ar? respectful
ly invited to mil and view the premises. It is for
sale privately, but if not sold before Saturday, the 1st
August, on that day it will be ottered at public auc
tion, on the premises, without reserve. Terms
made known af sale. For any information address
R. G. B<>WEN. Culpeper. Va, je 4
FOR SALE?A FARM of 115 acres, nine tulles
from Washington, near the Seventh-street road.
The improvements are a small Dwelling llouse. a
good Stable, a well of good water with new wood
punip hi same. There are 31"' choice fruit trees. A
part of the farm is well fenced. It will be sold a bar
gain, if immediate application be made, or it mav be
trailed for citv property. Apply to H. N. LaXS
DALE. No. 5i>4 M street, or through tlie Post Office,
je 4-lm
FARM FOR SALE.?A piece of fine LAN Do*
Rock Creek, in Montgomery county, Md., six
miles from the heights of Georgetown, adjoining the
lands of Messrs. Perry, Wood, iiestor, Nowles,
Dohrer, and Hawkins. 112^ acres. A beautiful loca
tion ; partially improved; new house: 13acres rich
creek nottom. and some fine yellow-pine timber. It
can lie divided, if desired. Call and see the premi
ses those who desire to purchase. je 4-tf
1^H)R SALE.-My RESIDENCE on the cornered
>New Jersey avenue and C street south, Capitol
Hill, fronting on the avenue 162 feet:?inches, and on
C street south defect 11 uiches.atidcoutaiiiing nearly
St,<?u square feet.
May 8-tf W. F. PHILLIPS.
AVALUALK FARM FOR SALE-MM aeree
of good FARMING LAND, situated in the
County ??f Fauquier, Virginia, on the Alexandria
and Orange Railroad, a few yards from Warrenton
Junction: within nine miles by Railroad from the
County Seat, and only two hours travel frmn the
oitiesof Washington and Alexandria. The Farm is
in a high state of cultivation, and is abundantly sup
plied with water and timber, and has lunch excellent
meadow land. Churches, Mills, and good neighliors
within a short distance. For further information
apply to JA.MES.MOR ROW. Esq., on the place,
or to the subscril>er at his Broker's Office, near
Browu's Hotel, Washington City,
mar24 ROBERT MORROW.
F^ARM FOR SALE.?A I ARM,containing hvi
acres, of land, more or less, situated immediately
upon the Washington and Brookville Turnpike.about
U miles from Washington, together with stock, con
sisting of 2" head of Hogs. Cows, Heifers, Horse a.
Wagon, Hay, Carriage/Harness, plows. Harrows,
and Farming Utensils generally, the Crop in the
ground, Straw, Hay. Ace. It is well watered, having
a spring in every field. An unfailing stream of water
runs through the premises. There is a good frame
dwelling-house and out-houses necessary to farm
ing purposes. There is also an Orchard on the place,
about one third of the laud is in timber, oak, hickory,
&c.
For further information inquire of BEXJAMIN
BOHR KR. corner of Beall a'id Montgomery sts.;
GEO. W. BOHHER, cor. of Iligh and Ga\ streets,
Georgetown, D. C., or of Mr. HARP, on the prem
ises. ap 23-tf
fTT" If not sold by the 22d inst. will be offered at
public anction to the highest bidder. je 4
I^OX A VAN HOOK, Rkai. Estatk Agents,
49i>^ Seventh street, below E street, have for
sale a number ?.f Building 1^ 's 24 feet front by 1;H
feet deep,at the very low price of from j&75 to
each?payable in small mouthly instalments of >J per
month.
These I?ots are situated at Union Town, on the
south side of the Anacostia river, adjoining the Na
vy-yard Bridge, and are in every wav desirable for
persons wishing a cheap, pleasant, and healthy loca
tion fV>r a d Wetting.
l,ot-holders in arrears are re?ue?ted to complete
their purchase,-And get their deeds: the title to
these Lots is guaranteed free and clear from every
possible incumbrance. may i5 3m
rOR SAl.K OR RENT.?THE DESIRABLE
* R ESI DEN CE on the corner of 1" and 21st sts.,
together witli the Grounds surrounding it. The
Home contains sixteen rooms, has ?as throughout,
and furnace. The stable will be sold or rented with
the limine if desired. The lot the house stands on
is Vi by 136 feet, hut the purchaser can have more
land if desired.
Also, for Sale--The LOT OF GROUND on the
oornerof F and 19th strerts. and LOTSoii 19th,near
F street. Apply to CH U BB BROTHERS.
ap 8 tf
FM)R SALE.?That beautiful. comfortable Cot
tage built DWELLING HOUSE situated on
the corner of 22d street west and E street north.
The Lot fronts >? feet by lai deep. The Furniture
will be sold with the House if wanted. The locaiioa
is deliehtful either for a summer or winter residence.
Apph to POLLARD V? EBB, Agent. No. 5!2(.M
story)7th street. may 28
|?UR SALE?At a tiargaiii, ami on very easy
I terms, a TRACT OF LAND, suitable for a
dairy farm, or other pui pos ts, ami within 3miles of
Washington city, l or particulars apply at No.512
ud story > 7th street.
may 16 tf POLLARD WEBB.
| X T E It EST IN irfoTAM1LIE&
The following extract fr<nn a New Vork paper
oannot fail to f>e interesting. In referring to
the receipts of Tea* in this country for oneirr^Hi
year up to 3tth ultimo, it says they will be 12.-1^ .W
i*iii,nn'i pounds short of the imports ?f tiie year wild
ing June HP, 1H5?5, and that
The advance in blaek teas. Oolongs, since last
December, has beeu fitteen cents per pound: and
Young Hysou Teas, of low and medium grades,
have experienced an advance of one liuudred per
cent, over last Benson's closing prices.
"It will thus lw? seen that the strong and rapid
advance in the tea market has been the result of *
short supply and active demand ; but when it is ?<ni
si dared thai we limy h?arat any moment of the en
tire suspension of shipments at Shanghai, and. in
fact, that, as soon as a s.uificient force from England
arrivesattheseatofwar.au five por's ofci.(r\ in
China, will probably fie placed under strict blockade,
it would not lie surprising to see Teas at a much
higher fieure than they have yet attained."
In view of these frets, we hold out veTv grant w
? duecments for families to lav in their snnp'ies of
I Tea itoir. ? KING A BURCIIELL,
1 iell-tf Corner Vermont ave.and 15th street.
IV EW BOOKS FOR SALE AT SHILLING*
TON'S BOOKSTORE.?
The Fortunes of Glenco, a novel. by Charles Le
ver, author of '"Charles O* Mai lev:" price 50 cents.
The Dead Secret, complete, by Wilkie Collins ;
price 50 cents.
Nothing New, by the author of "John Halifax,
Gent.; price V) cents.
D> never Terrace, by the author of the "Heir of
Redclifre;' price .?i.V>.
Tent Life in the Holy Land : price #1.25.
Boat Life in Egypt and Nubia; pricc $1.25.
Discard;*] Queen, by Reynolds, author of the
Court of London; price vi cents.
Fashion ind Follies of Washington Life, a play in
h ve sets, by Henry Clay Prcuss; price Z'j cents, clo.
a" cents.
Burton's Cyclopedia of Wit and Humor, part 6.
This book is a library in itself for the lovers of mirth.
A I the uuml<crs from the commencement on hand ;
price 25 cents < sch part.
Harper's Weekly for this week. Bulwei's new
novel," 11 hat II Hi 11? Do With It."' is commenced
in this number : price 5 emit* a copy.
All the New Books published received immediate
ly afterwards, and every thing 111 the Stationery liue
for sale at
JOS. SHI ISLINGTON'S Bookstore,
je 12-ot Odeou Building, cor. 4'2 st. and Pa. nv.
fflABLE CUTLERY AND PLATED WARE
I Ivory Handle Tahleand Dessert Knives Knives
and Forks,and Carver* of the finest quality. A1
I,ii.t Forks and Spoons, Cups, Goblets, 1'.'tutors,Tea
Sets.Cake Baskets. Waiteis, Butter Coolers, Doub
le Ice Pitchers, extra plated. Prices low.
Je 1 G. I'll \ NflS. 4'k?7th st.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE FoL
y ? lowing <j?hk1s which we aie prepared to sell at
a small advance of cost for c ish :
A very large variety of Turner Bros, celebrated
Liquors.viz:
Turner's Ginger Wine, an excellent remedy for
Dispepsia
Blackhcriy Brandy,a certain cure lor Diarrhea and
Dyseuter*
Claret. Madeira, Sherry, and Sweet Malaga Wines,
all of superior quality
Raspberry, Strawberry, Ginger, and Cherry Bran
dies. all of line flavors, prepaied from the imre
jmce of the f ruit
Rose, Cinnamon, Anuis.and Pepperment Cordials
Curaooa, Absinthe, Essence of Pepperment
Extract of Sarsaparilla, Stoughton Bitters
Forest Wine Bi'ters.
We have also on hand, a supply of Dr. Wheeler's
Celebrated Sherry Wine Bitters, a spiendid article.
In addition to the alsive, we have at all tunes a
lar^e supply of ttie following named stock of Malt
Liquors, being the only Liquors of the km I in the
liistnct, and which cannot tini in givjng satisfaetiou
to all who use them : Philadelphia X X , Burton and
XXX Pale Ale,Philadelphia Brown Stout,XX Por
ter, and a fine article of Lager Beer.
As usual, a supply of Mineral Water. Cider, Ac.,
on hand. ARN'Y A SHINN.
je tt r'7 Green street. Georgetown.
mr D. El OH LER,
>\ . A'o. S<r7 S V.VF. NTH 5> TliKF T,
between Hand E streets, west side, PRAC
TIOAL WATCH MAKER, keeps ftonstantly
on hand a line assortment of W ATCH I'.S and^t!
JF.WKI.RV.
TjIANOS.?The largest s'ock of PIANOS in the
? District always on hand at the extensive ware
rooms of John F- ELLIS, 3.W Pa. ave,
ma M ntaroomerofiothat,
AUCTION SALES.
s
By C. W. BOTELER. Auctioneer.
?<ALE OF ON"K OF THK MOST VAI.l'ABL
Buldim- Lots ox Pennsylvania avenue A
Auction.?On WKDNKSUAV A FTKKNOON
June 17th, at o'clock, I shall sell, on the premises
the whole of l.ot No. II. in square No.iiSS, fronti
4tf feot 4 inches on Ponnsy Ivaiiia avenue, betwe-j
13th and 13>* street*, ami also having a front of 2"
feet 3 inches on 13th street, generally known as
Apollo Hall lot.
A* there are but few unimproved lots remaining
the avenue, a rare opportunity is now presented t<
capitalist and those desirous of making a safe
profitable investment to obtain decidedly the most ile
curable vacant lot on this beautifiul public thorough
fare. Its close proximity to the various Department
and its central position render it peculiaily valuabl
as a site on which to erect a theatre or public hall
It is also deemed an admirable location tor offices
?tores.
Terms : One-third cash ; halanc^on a credit of 1
2, and 3 years, notes bearing interest, satisfactorily
secured. All conveyancing at purchaser's cost,
je 8-d CTW. BOTELER, Awet.
By A. ORKEN, Auctioneer.
Pl'RLir SALE.?By virtue of a deed of trust
executed to me. and recorded in Liber J. A. S
No. 122, folios 436, 4IJ7, 438, and 439, one of the I, and
Records of Washington countv. in the District of
Columbia. I shall on THrKSDAY. the Jiith o
June, at six w'elock p. in., in front of tli-"* premises
oiler for sale at public nhction to the highest bidder
therefor, the following pioperly, to wit : "All the
following piece or parcel of property, to wit, part ol
l.ot No. 5ui Square No. 343. or said city. lie.inning
for the same at the southwest corner of said lot arid
running thence north along tin* line of Eleventh
street west 23 feet, lh?nce eest feet, thence north
two lent, thence east 71 feet 9 inches to the rear of
said lot, thence south along the rear line of the said
lot 25 feet to the southeast corner of the said lot,
thence west along the south line of said lot HU feet
9 inches to the point of lieg inning."
Terms, cash. Property to Iks resold at the risk
and expense of the purchaser unless terms are com
plied with in three da\s from day ??f sale.
EDWARD C. CARRLNGTON,
Trustee.
joM-fcwtd A. GREEN, AmKionr.
Bv J. C. MctiL'IH E. Auetioner.
rf^RFSTEE'S SALE OF A NEAT FRAME
I House a\'> Lot on Stii stkkkt west.betwkkn
M axd N street* north.?On TIIl'RSDA V AF
TERNOON, July 9th.at OS o'clock, on tiie premi
ses, by virtue of a deed of trust, dated .1 ufv 2i*t,
1353,and duly recorded in Liber J. A. S., No. ij?. fo
lios 94,15. and 00, one of the land records for Wa?ii
ingtou county, D. C., I shall sell l.ot N. in Coyie's
subdivision in Square No. 424, fronting 10 feet It) in
ches on Htli street west. In-tween M and N streets
north, running Ixick 95 feet to a ten-feet alley, w iMi
the 'improvements, consisting of a mat iiul well
built fninedwelliiig House.
Terms ca^li. .IAS. M. WI f .SON, Trustee,
je 4-2aw.Vds J. McGl'IRE, Auctioneer.
Br A. GREEN, Auctioneer
VALUABLE I.OTSON SEVENTH STREET
at Auction.?On WEDNESDAY, the 17th in
stant, I shall sell. m front of the premises, at G o'ol'k
p. 111., ten beautiful Building l.ots. of 21 b> 9j feet
each, situate on the west side of Seventh s t. west,
between M and N streeth north. being a mi I kIi vision
of Lots numbered 12. 13. and 14, and part of l.ot 11. in
Square 424. on the plat of the city of Washington.
These Lots run Itfick to an nliev. are in a most nil
pioving part of the street, and an-trd an opportunity
for investment not exceeded by any in the city.
Terms: One-fourth. cash ; lialance in six, twelve,
eighteen and twenty -four months, for notes bearing
interest, pajable semi-annually, from day of sale. A
d.;ed given and a deed ol ti ust taken.
Title indisputable. Ail convey ancing al the cost
of the purchaser.
je 9 d A. (; R EF.N. Auctioneer.
By J AS. C. McGL'I K E, Auctioneer.
TWO SMALL BRICK HOUSES NEAR
1 "Printing Office Sui akk'' at Auction.?On
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, June 17th. at 6
o'clock, on the premises, I shall sell part of No. 5,
in square 715. fronting Z5 feet on 1st stri ct cast, be
tween north I and K streets, running hack inn feet,
with the improvements, consisting of two nearly
new two-story Brick Dwelling Houses, well built
an I neatly finished.
Terms: One-third c-ash; the residue in 6 and 12
rnou'hs. with interest, secured by a deed of trust
on the premises.
Sale peremptory.
Je lid J AS. C. McGt'IR E, Auet.
Bv J AS. C. McGUIRE. Auctioneer.
Harness, saddles, bridles, iialt
kks, W Hit's, Trunks. Carpet-bags, & Store
Fixtures at Public Auction-.? By virtue ofa deed
of trust or assignment from Josian F. Bailey to the
subscriber, bearing date on tn.> 9th dsv of June. l:t.V7.
and recorded on the same day, I w,!l sell for tne
purposes therein mentioned, at public auction, on
I'll L'RSDA Y next, June 18th. commencing at ten
o'clock a in., at his late plaee of business. No. 'J76
Pennsylvania avenue, south side, between 4>j and
CI h ??*reels, all his st>?ck in trade, consisting in part
of Harness, Saddled. Bridles, Halters, Whips.
Trunks. Carpet-bags, Hardware, Leather.nnd Store
Fixtures, iVe.
Terms: All sums of ?2?and under, cash ; all over
that amount I>t notes at 3>and fin days, lK-aring inter
est, nud satisfactorily endorsed.
EDWARD SWANN. Trustee.
_ e 11-d JAS. C. McGl'IRE. Auct.
By A. GREEN, Auctioneer.
Handsome and nearly ni:w three
story Brick House and Lot at the < or.nek
12th _am> north L streets, at Auction. ?On
MO.N DAY, the 22d instant, I shall sell, a' i? o'clock
p. ill., in front of the prMiii.se.s.a handsome n,id near
ly new Brick House, situated at th? corner of 12th
street west, and L street north, on Massachusetts
avenue. The house is well built, and contains e.le
veu conveniently arranged rooms and wide passage.
The corner room is now occupied as a grocer* store;
also, the Lot on which it Mauds, iM-ing No. ISin Da
vidson's sulslivision of square 3!i>. It also has ou
it a good carriage-houou ai d stable.
The above-described property is handsomely lo
cated in an elevated and commanding poMtiou. ex
oellent water, and a rapidly improving neighliorhood.
Terms : One third, cash: lialnnc* in K, 12, and 18
months, for notes bearing interest from dav of sale.
A deed given and a deed of trust taken. Title indis
putable.
J" 12 d A. G R F.F.N, Auctioneer.
By A. GREEN, Auctioneer.
Handsome bi ilding lot ox xohth g,
BETWEEN 1st ANt>2t> STREETS WEST, AT AUC
TION.?Oil Till RSDAY, 'he iKth instant. I shall
sell, in front of the premises, at o'clock p. m..
Lot No. 12, in square.1*>7, having a front on north ti
street ol ?? fret, running l ack 12<> feet to an alley 17
leet 5 inches wide.
Tills property is handsomely situated on north G,
betwMen New Jersey aveiiueand 2d streel west.
Terms: One-fourth cash : Urmce in K. 12. I?. and
24 mouths, for notes bearing interest from day of
sale. A deed given and a deed of tiust taken
Title indisputable. All ci>iiv< yaucing at th^cost
of the pureiiaser. . A.GREEN,
jc 12-d Aaetioueer.
B> A. (jREEN, Auctioneer.
ONE OF THE MOST BE AI III IL IHTI.D
inc; Lots sow for s\le in Wasiiixutov,
fronting on Connecticut avenue, between
^Oa.TH I AND IV STKKETS. AT AUCTION. ?Oil
1 11! RSDAN , the 13th instant, I shall sell in front
ol the premises, at live o'clock, p. in.. Lot No.31, in
Square 12G, having a Iront of 73 leet on Connecticut
avenue, at the intersection of 17th street with said
avenue, which forms a large open space, running
Kick to a wide alley, containing al*?ut ll,'**t square
feet, and will lie sulxlivided and sold hi separate lots
il desired at snle. We deem it unnecessary to sa>
anj thing further relative to the beautiful location
of t he above-described property, as it is well known
to^ he one of the most desirable now for sale it;
Washington, being but one square north ami m view
of the northwest corner of l<afavette square.
Terms: One-fourth, cash; Itfilauce in ?i, 12. IK.and
24 months, f? ?r notes bearing interest from the day of
sale. A deed given find a deed of trust taken. A I!
conveyance at the cost of the purchaser. Title in
disputable.
jell-d A. GREEN. Auctioneer.
PKNN Ml TI Al,
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
? . . ? OF PHILADELPHIA.
Cnpital #7iin.eoo?Ch'irtf-r Perp* runl.
All the prohts dividod amongst the Policy Hrlders
every year.
Description Pamphlets. Blank Forms of Applica
tions, and every n formation on the subject of .Mu
tual Lite Insurance lurnistud on application, with
out charge, personally or by mail.
Agent for W ashington,
JOHN HIGGLES,
Northwest corner of IVnn, avenue
J* 1" 2awr.w* a mi 171 h street.
I'NDER BROWNS' HOTEL.
. ? " Just opening a Kplenilid assortment ?>I
Spring ,.nd Summer R EA l)Y M A l)E CI < I'l'll I N<.
and Iicut's FFRNISHINO UOODS of the Ime.si
styleautl make, at the Emporium of Fashion, No.
3.'" Browns Hotel, next to private entrance.
Iiiay_:>i 11ntelA-States!
Home made carriaijes.
\V e have on iiand. of our own manufacture, a
hue assortment of all kinds of CARR1
At.ESof the very l?est. latest, anil mostV^S?;**^
approved st> les, and warranted in point of
workinansiiio and material, to Ite equal to any made
in the city ol Washington or any ?>ther citv iii the
I nited States. We r< spectfu ily solicit a t-i!l from
th" citizens and strangers to ex hid (tie our work ; as
we are determined to let none surpass us either in
quality of work or in low prices.
W> also do every kind of R E PAIRING in a work
manlike manner, ami al reasonable pnoes.
Old Carriages taken in pari pa\inent for new and
at a fair price. SIMON FLYNN Ac CO.
inay 12-6m
J IX * o.,!iini n nsseii \ Krwiu's"
Alauufacturing lUunpany : Hinges ol al! kinds;
Screws, Brads, Nails, Sash, Weights and Cord.Sarh
Pulleys; Window Sbrings and Sash Fastenings.Wall
Stars. Bolts and Sliutter Fastenings. In fact, every
thing wanted in the Hardware line for a house, ana
sold cheap, cheaper, cheapest for cash.
HARVEY At ADAMS,
jeC-lm 325 Pa. ave., bet. t>th and 7te sts.
GO TOMoUAUOIiLlN'tt FOR NOTIONS,
may 2s
Dentistry, &c.
Dentistry.
DR. STEPHEN BAILY,
Office No. 1?3 Pennsylvania Avuivi,
Threr doors from Mr* Strtet.
Dr. BAILV bees leave to inform the public that he
can he seen atall hours,at Ins office. located asabove.
He feels assured that an experienceof fifteen \ ears'
practice. with the large number of patients.andgreat
variety ol difficult cases that he has treated success
fully. will entitle luui to surmount any difficulty,
scientific or otherwise, relating to the Teeth. His
own experience confirming tlie opinion of many men
einitietit in the pretension, and especially I^rs. Hams
and J. and K. Parmly, has led him. lone si ace, todis
oh id all mercurial preparations for filling Teeth, a so
all Enamels, <>uttn l'ercha, India Rul>ber, and Ce
ments for the construction o( Continuous Gum
Teeth, and that Porceiian. mounted on Gold Plate,
is th? only reliable substar.ee that can Ite worn in the
mouth, as was most conclusively shown by the last
American Dental Convention.
Althouch he flatters himself from his lone resi
dence and practice in Washington, he is favorably
known to Ins numerous friends r.nd patrons, he twits
leave to refer tli-in to the following
TF.STIMONI \I.S:
From the late Rector of the Church of Epiphany of
this city.
Dr. Stephen Bailv: Dear Sir?I desire to express
my esteem for you personall*. and my confidence in
> ou as a superior dentist. The operations executed
for me have Iteen highly satisfactory. I hope that you
mav receive the patronage from my friends and the
public that your skill so well deserves.
Yours very truly.
Washington, Aug. y., law. J. W. FRENCH.
From one of the oldest bring in Baltimore, Messrs.
Hoggs. Cot man & Co.
Having emplo* ed l)r.Stephen Baily. Surgeon Den
tist, of Washington city, to execute for me an im
portant arid difficult piece of work, which h?* d'd to
my entire satisfaction, and in view of the fact that
one of the most distinguished members of the Dental
College of Baltimore, failed. af>er repented trials, to
perform the same work satisfactorily, it eives me
great pleasure to express my entire confidence and
high estimation of his professional skill.
Baltimore,Jan. 12,1857. IIAR.MAXN BOGGS.
Extract iroma note received from the late Hon. John
M. Clayton.
I'. S. Senate, Aug. 19,18.%.
The teeth you made for me work admirably ; noth
ing could be Letter. Very grateful!*,
JOHN .M.CLAYTON.
T<> those that seek relief from the maladies of the
teeth, I can cheerfully recommend Dr. S. Baily as a
superior Dentist: l.e made a set of porceiian teeth
for one of my familv. and p!uz<ed several teeth for
my self, and the work has all st<M?d we.i for more than
ten years. ROBERT T. NIXON,
of the Va. Conf. of the M. E. Church South.
April 19,1836.
We. the undersigned, having hail occasion to avail
ourselves of the professional skill of Dr. S. Baily,
Surgeon Dentist ol tiiis city, or naviug boeu cogniz
ant of his operations oil our families or friends. t,ike
pleasure iu expressing our admiration of lus artistic
skill, as well as of the uniformly satisfactory manner
in whieii he perform* the most ileliejite and difficult
operations in De?itai Surgery,and we respvctfiiln re
commend hiin to the confidence and patronage of the
pui?!ie, of which we consider him eminently worthy.
Fiioma* I . Walter, Architect L". S. Capitol.
Hom? Miller, M. D..oi Washington. D. C.
B. S. BoIikkk, M. D. of Georgetown. D. C.
.N. S. Lincoln, M. D., of Washington, D. C.
Jo?. II. IiRATH.Rv.of Washington. I). C.
Guikgk Waltox. Ex-(*overi?or of Florida.
Walter Lenox, Ex-Major of Washington.
Hf.xry Baldwin, 1*. S. Patent Office,
O. C. Wight, Principal Ritteuhouse Academy,
febantr
DR. VII.LARD, DENTIST, LATE OF CHI
I'ifio, would respectfully inform thecit- ^
izens of the District and vicinity, thru i>av-?aBS5s?
ing located himself in Washington, lie is? *-*
now prepared to perform all operations in h;s profes
sion. in t he most a pproved st> Ic.
< >tfie??, No. Zi?\, Penn. avenue, adjoining Gantier's.
jan 2?> ly
'jMI
E 1MPROVED SETS OF TEETH.
DR. LOO MIS, the inventor and patentee of
Loom?< Mutual Pint* Tath," havm
successfully introduced his improvement i"Sk^
various cities, lias now permanently estab-^*"^*^
lished himself in Washington.
This improvement for Sets of Teeth consists chief
ly in making a set of but one piece of mnterial, and
that indestructible mineral. No metai is used in
their construction,ai.d they are therefore free from
(Calvanic action and metaiic taste. There are no
joints to become filled with moisture or particles of
food, hence they are pur* nn>1 rltan. They are
lighter, stronger, less clumsy, far more durable, and
natural in their appearance. I will give a reward of
One Thousand liohars toaay one who will produo^a
similar work <>f ari to euual mine in purity, beauty,
durability, artistic excellence or any other requisite
quality.
All work responsibly warranted.
276 Penna. avenue, between 11th and 12th streets.
ap 13-1 v
OR. C. S. GOODMAN.
SUHCROX D EXT I ST. ard
MANTFACTrRER OF ABTIFlriAT. TEETH.?
His complete arrangements enabling him toj
present the following reasonable prices:
Entire tpp. r Sett Teeth,oa (Jold $3nto5"
Do do do on Silver- 12 to 25
One or more,on Gold... 2 to 5
Do ^ on Silver 1 to 3
Filling, Extrncting. Removing Tarter; also. Re
pairing at the tame reasonable rates. All operations
executed m such a manner as to give every satisfac
tion. Office corner R!h street nnd avenue. ap 3
j A RETIRED PHYSICIAN sands ..f
/ life have nearly run out, discovered whilo in the
/East Indies, a certain cure fV?r Consumption.
/ Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds, and General
I Debility. The remedy was discovered by him
I when his only child, a daughter, was given lip to
die. lie had heard much ?.f the wonderful restor
ative and^healinz uitalitics of preparations made
from the East India Hemp,an<l the 'nought occurred
to him that he iiu.lit make a remedy lor his ctuid.-v
He studied haril r.nd succeeded iu realizing his wish
es. IliS child was cured, and is now alive and well.
He has sine.' administered the wondertul remedy to
thousands of sufferers in all parts of the world, and
lie has never failed in making them completely heal
thy and Imppy. Wishing to do as much good as po?
silde, he will send to such of hisatfiicted fellow-l>?
incs as request it. this recipe, with full ai.-.l explicit
directions for making it up. and successful!*- using
it. Hcie.iuiroseaeh replicant to ci,eiose luin one
shilling?three cent* to lie returned as postage on the
recipe,and the remainder to be applied to the pay
ment of tills advertisement. Address
Dr. H. J A M ES, ."No. t;i Grand street, J
Jersey City, N. J. I
N. B. Dr. 11. Jmnes lias neitlicr office nor aeen I
ill New \ ork as some have pretended and adve. f I
tisrd. The recipe is sent from no place but N /
19 Grand street. Jersey City, New Jersey.
\ CO.,
9
C^HLNA, GLASS AND O TEENS W A RE.
> , R. 11. .Mll.LEK. SON A CO.,
Importers dircct from Liverpool to Ale?an
dna, l>ez .eavetooall the at tent ioii of dealers,
hotel-keepers, and others of Washington and
Georgetown, to their KtocWs of <? O () D S ,
which, for oxteu! ami variety, will compare favorably
with any establishment hi the Eastern cities.
The connexion of their senior partner with the
manufacturers of Europe and the 1 lilted States for
upwards of thirty years, hasgiveiiliunadvantages in
the purchase of goods equal, if not^ superior, to any
house in t he trade. An inspect ion of goods and prices
will satisfy all parties that purchases can Ik? made of
them upon the most favorable terms.
French China Dinner Sets, gilt and decorated
French China Dinner Sets, gold band and plain white
Fiencii China Vases, Pitchers, Toilet Sets. Ac.
Frencii China Tea Sets, Cupsand Saucers, and other
articles of Tea ware
And Dinner \Vare. separate from sets
India China Dinner Sots, and separate articles always
on hand
White Granite Waro in every variety, in sets, and
separate from sets, as niay l?e desire-1
Blue Printed or Liverpool Ware, the same
Common Edged, White aud Rockingham Ware, in
full supply.
Cut, Pressed, Plain,and Moulded Glass Ware from
the best establishments in the Eastern and Western
States, which wiil be sold by the package or oiher
wise.
Experienced packers employed. Goods put up by
us can f>e transported iiv any mode without nreakace.
Fare by the steainlmats from Washington to Alex
andria, almost hourly. I2>* cents eacn w*v. A quar
ter of a dollar thus spent may save many dollai*
dec 1
CjOlUk REWARD.?Rar.awa> from the suhscri
l?er. living near Cpper Marlltoroiiyh. v?
Pnnee lieorge's eoiiiiti, Md.. on the ti of
Apiil. \E<>RO MAN. DAW GREEN.
aimwt ~'t years of age, 5 feet. t? inches lush- :i
da11. mulatto?has a large f?ush\ head, with , j
whiskers rorinl fns face, iiiediiim si/.e and ""down
look. He may hire himself in the District, where fie
has relatives, or make his wav to some free State as
he if ft without any provocation. I will ere Two
Hundred Dollars, if taken out of the Stat -??li?? if
taken in t he District.or any other pr.rt of MirV.-oi.f.
anil?5i?il taken m thisconnty. |? e ther wise l.e
must he secured so that I gel him.
J?*9-?f WILLIAM J. BERRY.
I A DIES' LINEN Dl STERS OR TRAVEL
,, J-ING CLOAKS.
La.lies Lipen TRAVELLING CLOAKS.
t nildren's White M ARSEILLES CAPES.
Ijulies' Lim n TRAVELLING CLOAKS.
Children's White MARSEILLES CAPES.
A complete assortment nf tfie nlr?re seasonab e
(iooiIs this day received at th" .MAN 11 LI.A I'M
PORI I'M of MAXWELL & BRO.,
jel2-e?at 328 Penn.avenue.
IV ? <> N II A N D.? . .
II While Ash BROKEN COAL.
Do do Kli(! Ct^AL.
tlrev AshSTON COAL.
Drillv expect"'I?
250 tons White A-h FTRNACE COAL.
I5ntons U'hite Ash EGG COAL.
leotons Gray Ash COAL, egg size.
Orders will l>e received for ten days for White Ash
Coal (to lie delivered from the vessel) at Sr;i per ton,
aud for Grnj Ash Egg at &G 25. bv
F. L. MOORE.
West ?ide9th street, No. *33.
je 12 oust baiwutm i)aud L ?ts,
THE WEEK.LY STAR.
This exoellent Family and Newa Joernai??on
tatniuf a greater variety of interesting readiag then
oan be found in any other?la puMished <?? Setardav
morn in*.
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Siug.e oopy, per annum ? .?1 S
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>? iva onpi? - ? - , . . I eo
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Twenty copies 15 (*?
IL^CasM, 1XVAB1A1LT IK ADVANCE.
Ht subscribing in einbe raised among neighbor*
without the intervention of a maii uut.u will be
perceived. twenty per oent. of the Weekly Stae
wiu be ?ave<l. It invarialdir oontains the "WmIi
in;tou News" that hw made the Daily Stab circu
late so generally throughout the country.
t Jp7"Sin?le copies (m wrappers) oan be procured at
p' ?2"!l,er",nnned lately after the issue of the Paper.
Prioe-THKKK
who ?ct a# agents will be allowed a
oomnuxsinn of twenty per oent.
Summer Retreat*, Ac.
pAlQt"IKR WHITE, SILPIHR SPRINGS.
tTo? Jv1']/. ,rW?T*d and w*l> established WA
I r.MAu PL At E,is now open for the public
reception. The traina on the Ortnn Roid fromll^I
Aicxanuria west, ami Irom GorUonsvid? oast
connect at Wsrrenfon with Unas of Stages' for
the Springs. distant six miles by a gradad road.
Passengers from Haltimore and Washington city,
arrive r.X the Springs at KH o'clock a. m., and from
K iclnnoiid anil the South to dinner.
All inquiries promptly responded to by letter ar.d
circulars giving particulars, forwarded upon npsli
cation. THOMAS B. P. INGRAM,
jeW-lm ALEXANDER BAKF.R.
KUI'P'S HOTEL.
The undersigned would respectfully inform the
public that he has made various improvement s^m,
to his well-known establishment, and that he isrf
prepared to receive and entertain his customers"?2*
in the m.-st superb manner.
His House is conducted on the European at*le: th?
rooms airv. ami the strictest atteution paid to the
wants of his guests.
The Bar is furnished wi'h the beat of LIQUORS
CIGARS. Ac.
The great i1t?i<l(rf>tum, quietness, ooolness, iin
the garden attache*!,) insures forall a pleasant re
sort. Obliging assistants are always at hand, and
all demands will tie promptly attended to.
WM.RUPP.
je 10-2w No. 41U Pa. av.. I>et. 3d and 4>? sta.
T*HB mountain HOUSE,
1 CAPOS SPKISliS, VIRGINIA.
Will he opened for the reoeptum of Visitors..
on MONDAY, .ad June. .
Through tickets can l?eobtained a' Baltimore,'
Washington. Richmond and Alexandria.
Pa?sengers leaving Haltimore in the f*ri* morn
ing train, via Alexandria and Manassas (Jap Railroad
to Strashurg. reach the Sprints Irom 5 to ('? o'clock
saute evening; and those from Baltimore nnd Ilia
West via Harper's Ferry and Winchester from 8 to
3 p.m. J. N. BUCK,
j c 2-<">w Proprietor.
H" YG KIA HOTKL,
OLD POINT COMFORT. VA.
Tina most d Kiitlul Summer resort?the " bright
par:icu!ar!oca!ity of all theaunny South"? f
is now the s??'e property o| th? under-"
numil, and Wili lie opened on the 1st "fJ
June next, and each successive June following
engage to make it to the seekers for Health, recrea
tion, <c?ief\ and good living, supremely attractive.
For health, no mountain tetreat can lie safernr mu
*?asoa of th- y- nr. It is as exempt Irom disease tu
August nnd September at.d October as in /ipril. May
or June. Indeed the hrst throe are infinitely the
mobt pleasant of rf? season. The weather is milder,
the s.n breer.e Istlnner. and the luxuries of tha salt
writer are to lie bail ol huer quality a:td ingidater
profusion. There is no tuore inviting apot on t! a
whole Atlantic ncaUwtrd. It is strictly true ol it
wiiat the poet hath said :
" (Mi ! if tliere lie an Fl>siuin on earth, it is this, it
is this!"
L)rs. Archer. Jarvis. and other anuv aurg<toa& at
the po?t, Hon. Hr. Francis Mallory, Drs. Setnp'e,
SimVins. Sheiid Hope, and Vaughanjmd indeed the
whole medical Faculty resident in the vicinity <*f
Fort Monroe. n!l certify that they "hare mrr*r
knonn a msr of btlliow.? or at** nnd ftrtr to on
tinat* tk'T?, riH't thnt at all trasom* it is tke
h'tlthi' *t spot oh th* ftirr of thf rnrtk." (Sea
their certihoatrs in L>e Bow's Ue\iew, Southern
PI".riter. and American Farmer.)
in?\ 22-dGwJtIaw2m JOS. SKG A R, Proprietor.
s
SEA BATHING.
CHKSAPEAKE HALL, HAMrTon. V*.
This "SUMMER R KTRKAT,"only 2 iruleslro.n
Old !'? n't.wi I be re-opened on the first off
J uue. when the proprietor will lie happy toi
.> i I ins friends who may wish to en-J
SALT WATER BATHING,and the luxuries
ol the SealssTrd. The Hail has l>een much imrrov
ed and beautified, and ample preparations nia?i,> for
the comfort ami pleasure ol all who may visit this
delightful resort.
Boats. Fishing Tackle, Pleasure Carriages. Ac.,
always in readiness to contribute to the eniojnier.t
of guests. R. BaNKs.
may 19-lm
Pianos. &C.
P'
ANO FORTE INSTKUCT.'ON,
Mr. W. H. PALMER continue to add new mem
bers to Ins classes. Apply to Mi. PAL
MER, at his Rooms over Faridiaiu'tf
Bookstore, Tnesdav, Wednesilay, Fri-*
dav, and Sat unlay, between 2 and ti p. in.
Terms S?per quarter^ a?25 if
V>OCAL MI Sic.?Mrs. FRANKLIN, Teacher
of Music, having vacant hours for a few mora
Scholars, reuue-sts those L.'<dies who are desirous
of lieing perfecte<l in Ballad Singing. or ()pera M usic?
to favor her with ail early application. 'iVrms made
known at her residence, K street, between i?!h
and b?th. aud at the Music Stores of Mr. Davis, and
Mwtxerott. ap b-.'?in
rpilREE BEAUTIFUL PIANOS received thi
1 day from Boston. Also, three ver> tiiM'---sis-v
second-hand Pianos, but littla uaed. sevet n ^
octavcs.rosewiK.^l casest will be soid at great'" * '
harpisa.at our Piano Forte. Meiodeon. and Musio
Warerooms, lietween fth and loth streets. No.
je 4 JOHN F. ELLIS.
rr\ro PIANOS FUR ?150-ONE FOR
1 iwo f ?r arc now f?ir sale at tin
Music Depot of mrfjpl
\V. C?. METZEROTT.nl ill
Corr.cr of Peun. avenue aud 11th street.
Tarmseasv. may 1'
THREE NEW AND BEAUTIFUL PIANO"*
1 AT GREAT BARGAINS.-ThescW'+mm
Pian??s liave been use?1 but a short time 'IVJ5 U "ftl
crirelui persons, we will warrant them,* ? * ? ?
take old Pianos in exchange, A c.
Two of them are full seven ?>ctaves. finely finished
rosewood cases, uud of exquisite tone and touch,ona
is onlv n six octave.
These Pianos, purchasers may safely r*-ly upon as
l>ein? truly gre;?t Iwrnmns, and they will do * ell to
call ami see them, at our extensive Piano Waro
rooms. No. S?i, beta-ecu Ltli and b'th.
jeio JOHN F. EUJU.
r'OLD MEDAL PREMIUM
PIAXO FORTES.
WILLIAM KNABE.
(Senior partner in the late firm of
Knabe. Gaehle & Co.,
Continues the manufacture and 6aie of crand and
suunre PIANO FOR rES, under the mine,
ot Wiiliain KmW At Co.. at the old stand.I
Nos. !, 3, ^ and 7 North F.utxw street op-'
posite the Entaw House. Baltimore.
They have also just opened a new Salea Room at
No af Baltimore street, between Charles and Light
streets, on the premises partly occupied by Mr
Henry McCalfery as a music store, where they will
keep constantly or: hand a large assortment of plain
and lush!) -finished grand and square Piano Fortes ?
also. Melodet>us. from the l?est makers, from 4 to 5
octave. some with douhla ke\ -boards, doutKe reeus,
a;>d stops to suit small churches.
Being extensively engacad in the manufacture o f
Pianos, we will sell wholesale and retail,on the most
liberal terms.
Our Pianos were awarded the hirhest premium
(gold medal) at tae Fairs of the Mary'.and Institute
two successive years?October, 1855, and 1856?in op
position to fourteen and eighteen pianoa from soma
of the liest makers from New York, Boston and Bal
timore. We wre alsoaa-nrded the first premium at
ti*e Industrial Exhibition held in Richmond. Vir
ginia. 1855 and 1?56. They have also been awarded
the high"st premium (silver medal) at the Metro
politan Mechanics' Fair for 1857.
In addition to this we are in possession of testimo
n;als from the most distinguished professors and
amateurs in the country, which can lie seen at our
warerooins. speaking for themselves and others of
the high appreciation in which our instruments ara
ever* where held.
All instruments are gna-anteed for five years, snd
a privilege of exchange is granted within the hrst six
mouths from t he day of sale if the instruments do not
give entire satisfaction.
Wholesale dealers w ill find ii to their advantage
to rive us a call !>efor? purchasing.
Pianos exonauged, hired, and tuned.
inar 16-lv WM. KNABE & CO.
ICE.
1 J. M1DDLETON, .
Ii. ICE DEALER.
Otfioeand Depot?Soiihvekt ouroorrf and l?th
?troet*e W&shincTon. 11-tf
i
CK! ICE!! ICE!!!?The u- lcrsign.*d resnectln .
1 Ij infiirrn his friends and Ihe public generally, that
he is now prepared to furnish Vamilies ami nth^ril
through the season i with the lh-st qua <1* ol l( I.,
deliveretl in any part of X\ ashmgton and <>eorKe
tow a. and guarantee* lo cive entire satislaction.
Orders to fie left with Kmwu.t. A Lairim k,
oornerltlh stre?*t and Pennsylvania avenue: liKo.
F Kiuh ki I. A Co., 14th street; J. B. Mookk. Dru<
gist Penna. avenue, between I'th an.'. .i>tli streets :
GFoaorSiKTZ.New Vork avenue, between loth a-^t
llth streets; KoET. A. Pa^nk, Druggist, ooru. r
4th ami M-iss. avenue; and with the subscriber. No.
.1 First street, Georgetown, where Ice can be hid
*m?T- T. N. KlDWELL.
I'OE?ICE?ICE.?For sale 2,%?i to J,<Wi tons of
PURE ICEattho Hockiey Mill, near the Kelav
House, on the Washington Railrond. It oan be sent
in cars either to Baltimore or Washmston. App.y
to ROBT. C. WRIGHT, Patterson at.
sp 23 2m Baltimore.
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comprising Gill's Reports. * vols., Mririlan l
Report a, 8 vols..ami Mary land Ch-mocr\ Decis
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Clutty on the I?aw of Carriera.with American Notes.
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Hill on Trustees, with American Notes; new edi
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Olcott's Admiralty Reports, for the Southern D.s
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Greenleafs Overruled Cases; revised edition;!
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Direst of English Law and Eqn'ty Report* ; I vol.
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HiltarJ on Real Property : 2 vosls., new edition.
Addison on Contracts, with American Notes 11 Vol.;
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