Evening Star (Newspaper) - November 03, 1854, Washington, Washington-DCEvening Star. Washington City Dat afternoon november 3 the weekly Star an excellent family new8fafee. 0" of Che or Norm in the country. 125 Fer annul. The weekly Star is printed on handsome double Sheet and contains More reliable information concerning what goes on in Washington than is Tobe found in All the other Washington news is of the earliest and most reliable character being Sel Dom at fault. It has already Given the daily Star a wide reputation As the most reliable newspaper at the Capitol. I addition to its Washington sews thew Bokly Star will contain original and Choice selections of tales and poetry the latest and most interesting news fro Europe and All parts of the United states by Telegraph and otherwise &c., &c., making it one of the Best family news papers published. All orders postage paid accompanied by the Money will be promptly attended to. Fractions of a Dollar can be sent in postage Stamps. No order will be at tended to unless accompanied by the Money. Address Vallach & Hope proprietors of the weekly Star Washington City d. A �7 postmasters throughout the coun try Are authorized to aet As agents and will be allowed a commission of Twenty per cent on All orders they May Send us. A. B. Owens no. 70 High at., ports Mouth ya., will furnish subscribers to the evening Star with their papers regularly every morning after its Issue. Biri up the mor Sejfo f is3� the intelligencer describes the heretofore 3teady adherence of the state of Virginia to philosophical principles in politics and Antici pates with the Richmond enquirer that there is soon to be a split wide Long an deep a the democratic party of the state Over senator Hunter s land Bill. The Union in a four column article continues its argument with the French Courrier a to the relative skill and efficiency displayed by this government in the mexican War and the allies m the present Eastern War. The same paper publishes the testimony in the Lowell Case wherein a know nothing refused to Tell the " truth the whole truth and Noth ing but the truth on the ground that he was hound by an oath to a secret society not to Tell it which he regarded As a higher Obliga Tion than the oath he had just taken in the court of Law. Commenting on this Case the editor say this Case exhibits know nothing ism in an entirely new Light. We have heretofore regarded it As an engine of political and religious intolerance and proscription. The Casein Massachusetts however shows that this a. But a partial View of its enormity. The necessary consequence must be. That those who attach themselves to the order and As sume its obligations become incompetent As witnesses. And for the same reason alike in competent As jurors. No Man will feel Safe when his rights Are to be determined upon Tes Timony or upon Verdi to proceeding from wit Nesses or jurors who Are bound by oaths which disqualify them o in either capacity the result must be that whilst the know nothings Are combining to exclude naturalized foreign e. roman catholics from the full rights of citizenship they will exclude themselves irom the Rigsta of witnesses and jurors. Thu sit often happens that attempts to inflict worn is on others recoil and overwhelm the the Sentinel is disgusted with Myron h. Clark on account of his in courting All theism3 of the Day a the Clipper comes to us this morning printed on red paper on account of the mall apply of paper now in Market. We have frequently of late nearly been compelled to appear in red also to meet the demands of our immense subscription list. A the daily american Patriot is the title of a new $10 paper about to be established at new Orleans on the 7th Ina of by White Varnum 7 votes being cast for William f. Instead of William r. Noffinger. A single letter often makes a vast difference. An extensive movement is now on foot in Canada to procure the passage of a Bill by the 1 provincial parliament now in session similar to that proposed for the United states by the Homestead Bill. This would at once the canadians think attract emigration to that country. 1,Lra Toston paper says a number of the fast coloured gentlemen of this City have decided preference for the company of White females Over those of their own color. When circumstances permit and their disposition Osgood some gratify this taste in Matrimony others As if they were believers in affix in ties an j live with their lady loves without the Sanction of the Laws of the on monday night last the Boston police made a sortie and arrested several culled Gem min wid dare White Luba who were living together in an improper state. This det Scible amalgamation is the result of abolitionism. Chili South America the mining Industry of Chili is in a High state of develop ment the yield of Silver for 1852 is Estima Ted at a sum equal to �2,400,000 Starling. Waswill Fror and 00881?. Tell current Southern or ii difficult Yin explanation of the circumstance a producing the current danger of a stoppage of the great Southern mails with which the Telegraph has been occupied for two or three Days past we have to say after an Effort to get at the Gist of the matter that the South Carolina rail Road company refuse to take the offer of the Post office department of $250 per mile per annul for a twice daily service Over their Road. Before the construction of railroads Over the route of the great Southern mail it was transported once a Day in stage coaches at an average Cost of $75 per mile per annul the portion of the Steamboat and Washington and Richmond Acost the department $6,000 per annul. Now the Price paid for the transportation of the mail Over it by Steamboat and Railroad is $30,000 per annul the average Price paid Between Washington City and Wilming ton n. C., per mile per annul at this time for a twice daily service is $300. From thence to a Zgusta ga., $237 50 per mile per annul for a single daily service and from thence to Mobile for a twice daily service the same Price. That is $237 50 per mile per annul the managers of the Railroad from Wilming ton n. C., to Manchester s. C., Are said to be willing to accept the department s offer of$259 per mile per annul for the twice daily service proposed Over their Road. But the South Carolina Road s direction refuse it for their portion of the route. Our readers will perceive with no Little astonishment the greatly increased Cost of transporting the mails by Railroad Over their Cost on the same routes when carried in stage coaches As fully exemplified in the figures we present above. The weight of the mails have increase More especially of the newspaper mails. But by no Means so greatly As to justify the great difference which the govern ment is compelled to pay. We presume the department is willing to make a fair allow Ance for the increase of Speed though it strikes us that that is in a considerable measure counterbalanced by the greater irregularities of the arrival of the mails Over Long routes of railroads. W Hen coaches were used Over this great route it would happen once in a Long period of time that there were three North Ern mails due at new Orleans. Last Winter it was no uncommon thing for the Northern mail to be duo in new Orleans for seven Days that is to to seven Days behind the schedule time. A Low words will explain How this difference occurs. If a stage broke Down a contractor had Only to get a Wagon at the nearest farm and push his h arses for an hour or so to make up the time thus lost or to replace a failing horse by another obtained in Iho same could keep his coach waiting an hour if the mail failed to arrive at schedule time the cars however must Start at their appointed moment whether the mail is aboard or not. If a locomotive Breaks Down. Or cars runs off the track or any other Railroad contingency occur the delay is one of hours not moments As in the Case of the ending in a failure to connect in time to save the mails. Now on a line of Railroad of immense length More especially in the Winter time the chances Are nearly equal for an unexpected halt or breakdown somewhere once in Twenty four one of which Muat delay the mail from twelve to Twenty four hours. This is the reason Why the great nor Thern mail was at times seven Days behind the schedule at new Orleans last Winter and it strikes us to at it is a fair offset for the in creased Speed when few or no such casual ties occur. Railroads have decreased the court of travelling amusingly and increased the Cost of the transportation of the mails quite As Mush As a general thing. The transportation of Ordinary freight however is done on All railroads at far less prices than were charged by other conveyances Between the same Ter mini before their construction. We see no Good reason Why they should Force the government alone to pay double for their transportation what it Cost before the Era of such improvement. The mails must be sent those managing them conclude by the speediest Means and having an absolute monopoly of that Means Over the route they essay to use it to the extent of demanding double pay from the government. This appears to us to be the key to All the trouble which the Post office department has had with Railroad companies. If they were to essay the same game upon travellers or individual freighters other Means of conveyance would be sought. Hence their discrimination in favor of All but the govern ment. Costa Bica s design on the nicaraguan isthmus Washington correspondent of the new York Tribune in monday s Issue of that journal again tells of the Twenty times declared intention of the Costa rican govern ment to take Possession of the right Bank of the san Juan River from its Mouth up per haps to Lake Nicaragua. In View of the importance of any such threatened to the i United states this Story is Worth notice. W e have therefore to say that among Well informed persons Here the declaration of this purpose is regarded As a simple repetition of the thre � made by the Costa rican govern ment perhaps annually since the americana have been using the nicaraguan isthmus As a Highway to and from California. Costa Rica has Long preferred a claim to jurisdiction Over the South Bank of the san Juan whih How Ever she has never been Able to make Good. Nce if not oftener she has chartered a sort of company to navigate the River in the Evi Dent Hope that the grantees would make Good her claim to concurrent jurisdiction Over it by Force for their own profit. She has also More to an once we believe essayed to hold Points in the South Bank commanding the navigation of that Stream now of so great importance to the United states. We need hardly add that All her efforts direct or indirect to establish her right to tax american travel and freight for passing Over the nicaraguan Isth mus have proved abortive and must continue so to prove that being the end and aim of All the schemes of that Petty state to establish it jurisdiction there. The Fate of the free Boot ers of Gre town we take it will prove sufficient warning to Costa Rica to keep hands off american property and american interests in that Quarter in her quarrel with Nicaragua. Up to this time she has been utterly unable to effect anything in the Way of substantiating her claim to territory North of her present practical jurisdiction and we take it for granted that if she adopts the policy of seeking to worry the americans engaged a the business of transporting freight and passengers Over the isthmus by assaying any obstruction whatever to their legitimate pursuits they will promptly take the Job of blowing her schemes sky High off the hands of the nicaraguan govern ment As its agents As it were. The United states government however Hai More than once evinced its determination to assure that route to the free use of oar countrymen and to protect those americans established upon it a inst molestation from any Quarter whatever. The proposed new United state court houses and Post offices in the Northern coast cities we understand that the United states officers at Boston charged with the duty of receiving the offers of lots and buildings for the proposed new United states court House and Post office in that City have duly for warded to the Interior department the bids made some six or seven in number. These under the Law will be examined and reported on by the postmaster general and Secretary of the Interior to the president who is to make the final selection which becomes binding on the government Only after favor Able action on the part of Congress. The similar reports from the United states officers at Philadelphia and new York we hear have not yet reached Washington. Arrested for forging Bounty land papers. The commissioner of pensions after striving to that end for nearly a year very recently succeeded in causing the arrest and commit ment in Jasper Hamilton county Florida of Lewis h. Bryan and Joseph a. Ellis who have been attempting to perpetrate frauds on the pension office by wholesale forgery of Bounty land papers under the false name of Tyre Mathis under which they were in the habit of forwarding such claims to the Bureau. Perhaps greater difficulties were never experienced in discovering and arresting such of fenders Many of the state minor officers haying exerted themselves to shield them and owing to their adroit management great difficulty being found in proving their hand writ ing. They Are under bail for trial at the next term of the u. S. District court at Tallahassee on the first monday in january next. A singular hallucination the new York times Calls on the general government to in s it Ute a thorough investigation into the circumstances attending the loss of the Arctic now this suggestion of course involves the idea that the general government has Juris diction or authority in the premises which is a mistake. We Are surprised to find the conductors of the times making such a Blunder. Marine corps promotions and an appoint ment a e hear that the following promotions and appointment have ust been made in the Marine corps vis 1st Lieut. Addison Garland to be a Captain vice a. H. Gillespie resigned2d Lieut. Thos. Y. Field to be a 1st Lieuten ant vice Garland promoted a. J. Dallas t to a 2d lieutenant to fill the vacancy occasioned by the promotion of Field. Indian agents appointed the following agents have just been appointed for the indians in Oregon Viz Nathan Olney vice j. L. Parish resigned. George h. Ambrose vice Culver re moved. Edwin p. Drew sub agent vice Phillip , deceased. The parties Are All of Oregon. A c dead or. W. S. Boak of a first class $1,200 per annul clerk in the general land office died at his residence in this City last night of dropsy on the Chest. The current operations of the Treasury Dopart Menton yesterday the 2d of nov., there were of Treasury warrant entered on the books of the department. For the redemption of Stock $4,559 16 kor the customs 28118 11covered into the Treasury from customs 382 08covered into the Treasury Frem i Cella Neotis sources 228 41 or the War Mapait mini 13,912 52 for the Navy department 55,694 62 per the Interior department. 139.82144 for repaying in the Interior department 2,101 79 pkg Konrai. A Shoemaker named Robert Mcclesky has been arrested at Centreville md., for big Amy. It is said he admits that he is the Hus band of four living wives. That fellow would a make Good mormon. It is thought that Gen. Poz is about to head a filibustering expedition against Venezuela. Hon. John m. Clayton of Delaware while in conversation with a Friend gave the following testimony in favor of a political opponent. There is James Shields of Illinois now a candidate for re election in that state to the Senate of the United states. I have been a whig always and he is a Democrat. I am a native and he is an irishman by birth. I do not know what his religion May be but i sup pose he is a Catholic and i am a protestant. It i had a Hundred votes for a senator from Illinois i would cast them All for Jamesb Hields. He is a stateman a Patriot and in my opinion one of the Best men in the Senate. Such a Man added or. Clayton is an Honor to any station he May hold and i should Rieve to learn that he is not to return to the body of which he has been so useful and valuable a member.3 Hon. T. B. Florence is in this City stopping at the Empire hotel. Jee seems of the Philadelphia Argus is at the same Louse. Raphael Elix jr., direct eur Des congas de m Ile Rachel announces in the new York papers that this celebrated actress will not appear in new York before septem Ber next. At a hard demonstration in new York sex senator Dickinson made a speech in which he said the issues in the coming election Bronson and Good liquor " Seymour and poor liquor and " Clarke and no liquor at in the u. S. District court at Colum bus Ohio r. A Sloan a Sandusky lawyer was convicted under the fugitive slave Law of 1850 of aiding in the escape of three was awarded for the penalty$3,000, or $1,000 in each Case with costs. It is said of or. Hunt the Reform candidate for mayor of new York that during an Adverse season he failed in business and was obliged to Compromise with his creditors after getting released beset earnestly and hopefully to work. Fortune smiled on his efforts and he was soon known As a Good merchant and a Rich Man. Some years had parsed and or. Hunt s failure and settlement were forgotten. Buthe did not in his Prosperity forget. Jne Day All his old creditors received an invitation to Dine with him they accepted the table was spread a plate provided for each one and a clean White Napkin Lay upon each plate. The covers were removed the napkins taken up and under them each creditor to his astonish ment found a Check for the amount of the balance of his claim against or. Hunt wit interest from the Day the Compromise was made. The matrimonial Market in Australia. A letter from Ballarat. By the last arrival says " matrimonial affairs Are looking up Here Maidens of All degrees and widows fair fat but far from forty have from ten to a score of admirers on each of the r lists it is to be hoped that some few of them will soon be paired off or there is no saying How Many suicides duels or binding Over to keep he peace May readily ensue. Eio Estow . Georgetown november 2,1854. An immense concourse from 2.000 to 3,000 of our most respectable and intelligent citizens assembled on the site of the new methodist episcopal Church yesterday afternoon to witness the interesting Cere Mony of laying the Corn a Stone. The following is the order of exercises on the ground Reading of scriptures and prayer by Rev. Or. Peck of new portion selected for the occasion being 1 chronicles xxviii chapter and if your readers will take the pains to turn to the chapter and read it attentively Uliey will find it oae of the most Beautiful and appropriate for an occasion of the kind that can be found in the Bible Anthem by the choir of the methodist episcopal Church led by or. Henry Wil son Sung in a style that elicited the Praise of the entire audience the next followed an adds by the Rev. Thomas Sewal. The reverend gentleman was peculiarly Happy in the arrangement of his d s course and All who had the pleasure of heating him represent it As one of the most eloquent an thrilling addresses of the kind Ever delivered in our City. Some of his allusions were very representation of the fam Ishing tribes of Israel around the Rock in smiting of the Rockby gushing Forth of the pellucid Waters and the fam Ishing israelite shaking their application to the occasion of their assembling together to Plant the Corner Stone of Christian Church for the dissemination of the gos Pelot peace the flowing Fountain of living Waters the old and Young those present and those who should succeed them coming to slake their to Send a thrill of Delight to the heart of his entire auditory. After the singing of another Anthem by the choir the Rev. R. L. Das Luel of your City delivered another address which while it differed in every particular from that of or. Sewal was Well worthy of the occasion eliciting the Praise of All and succeeded in accomplishing the object had in View by the reverend gentleman Viz the raising by subscription and collection of something like �200 Over and above All exp lenses and it i worthy of remark that this is a larger net amount than was raised at the laying of the Corner Stone of the metropolitan and Capitol Hill churches both t Gether. After the close of the collections the Stone was Laid in its proper place by g m. We. , assisted by or. Jos. Collins bricklayer of the masonic order with the very interesting Cere monies Peculiar to the order. Covenant and mechanics losses i. O. O. Were also out in larg numbers with banners and Musi and made a Fin display also the sons of Temperance and the Sabbath schools of the methodist episcopal Church. The following Are the More important article placed in the Stone copy of the holy Bible bound copy of the Constitution of the United to states. I t of the officers of the corporation of Georgetown names of the judges of the supreme circuit a criminal courts list of the clergy of the town list of the ministers of the m. E. Church in Georgetown from 1811 to 1854, Deci Pline and hymn Book list of superintend nth teachers and scholars of the Sab Bath schools of the m. Church and of the officers of the v rious benevolent associations in our town together with a copy of their constitutions and bylaws. After the service were Over the Benediction was pronounced the Large concourse of Peison quietly repaired to their Homes highly delighted with lie exercises of the occasion without the slightest thin transpiring to mar the of any. We must not forget to mention that the excellent platform and other arrangements on the ground Neces Sarfo the occasion were made by or. We. architect free of charge. Spectator. The Worcester mob the Worcester transcript has the following in relation to the mob demonstration against or. Butman. In that City on monday and then the character of the assault five Hundred men to attack one a one defenceless How cowardly How unmanly of Fie for shame we thank god that the violence of the cowardly bastards failed of its object. Years otherwise would not have wiped away the disgrace. We Are proud and pleased to do Justice tet Hose who protected or. Butman from brute violence and outrage. Their conduct inf Manly and generous and Brave. We cannot exonerate All of them from blame in the pre Vious transactions " but we Are willing to be Lieve that they too saw with pain at last what a terrible and ungovernable thing is a mob when its blood is up. At any rate we thank them that they saved our City from greater shame. And now we say finally to the instigators and perpetrators of this outrage you will Havethe satisfaction of knowing that by your con duct you have done More harm to the cause of Freedom than you can effect of Good in Many years by your anti slavery speeches you drive away from yourselves All who love Law and order. The particulars of yesterday morning s transaction will be trumpeted far and near through the land. They will be re ported by our enemies to show the boasted moderation pud regard for the Law in theft Orth. They will be considered to justify More mob violence and Lynch Law for abolitionists at the South. If such incidents Are to be repeated let us say no More about the expulsion of or. Hoar from Charleston. Let us prepare for mob Rule at Home. State or Cuba the following is an extrac from a Havana letter the funeral of the dead Man Castenada took a Laco on the afternoon of the 13th inst it was unattended by a single Carriage except a hired one in which the brother of the de ceased Rode. This brother exclaimed in loud tone Bury him deep or these Creole wretches will dig up his body and drag it tothe this silly speech was received with shootings and commissary of police interfering he and his celador were put Topflight by a Volley of stones. There have been As might have been expected a Large number of arrests in consequence of this but i reason to believe the guilty Man is in safety far from the Power of those who would injure him. Like the beast of the Forest having tasted of human blood the creoles appear inclined to solely glut themselves with such Dainty fare an i Murk me there will be Many other less justifiable assassinations before along period shall have elapsed. Indeed that some great plot or conspiracy is about to develop itself is very certain but it would be dangerous for me to write All i know upon this subject. Forgery and embezzlement editors in trouble the Cincinnati Gazette of the 31st ult says there appears to be no cessation of the War fare Between James t. Loyd on the one part and j s. Mccornick on the other claimants of the ownership of the daily Sun newspaper establishment. Charges of a grave character have been preferred by each against the other and really matters have assumed a serious aspect. A recapitulation of All the allegations talked of would be uninteresting to our readers and we will therefore Content ourselves with stating Only such As come up in the courts. On yesterday morning Charles h. Martin was arraigned in the police court on the charge of forgery via by signing the name of James t. Loyd it of new York i do hereby recognise him As such and declare him free to exercise and enjoy such functions Powers and privileges As Are allowed to the consuls of the Moet favored nations in the United states. In testimony whereof i have caused these letters to be made Patent and the Seal of the United states to be Hereunto affixed. Given under my hand at the Eity of Washington tie 1st Day of in vember a. 1854, Aud of l. The Independence of the United Stales of America the seventy ninth. Franklin Pierce. By the president w. Ricter acting Secretary of state. Re a meeting of the Young a themselves w i Linin Jalm. I. File and a a Stein commit tee of arrangements. Or 30.mtuf.-t. In medical department of George -k-5 town College the lectures will com Menco on november 6h, and continue until the Middle of War h. Terms for the fall course in eluding matriculation$95 Gra tuition $25 a i no ticket $10. Faculty Noma yer no m. D., prof of institutes and pro. Tice of me u�d0am 0 Howard m. A prof of obstetrics and the disease of Worsen and children. J0h58cw Eliot m d. Prof of Anatomy. Jas i. Moanan m. D., prof of Jurist rude a Aud Hygiene. J m pm ten m. D., prof of surgery. Bin. F Como m. D., plot of medical chemistry Ard physiology. H. P. Howard m. D., prof of Materia Medica Ana therapeutics. Alex x. Yacso m. D., demonstrator of Anatomy. As heretofore the lecture will be delivered in the afternoon and evening enabling the students to de Rote the morning to a die i studies. Fl0l Jarl 0 Howard Dean oct 0.fttnov6 Corner 10th and f its Intel a notice the third annual meeting of the Stock Bolders of the Washington building association will be held this even ing at 6 o Ciccki in the Union Academy Corner of new York Avenue an i 14th Street or the Constitution imposes a Fine on Esch stockholder for not attending the annual meetings j. P. Dickinson nov3-it 8-Cre�Ary l08t.somkwhersnkar 1iik Navy Yardon thursday 2d inst a Small Porte Minnaie. Con a nine Thiee n Tes made h g oct 21, at two months for $60 on dated oct 31, True month Lor $100 one tame Date at Ihre months for $ 00, a a Tome other paper of no be to any per. On but the owner. The find r Willlis Bealjr rewarded and receive the thanks of the own b 1 leaving it at his store Nar the Navy persons Are cautioned against receiving the above note. H. G Murray nov 3 to Vora rkw4rdkannwfcy from the sub Enir Idina in Baltimore on the 20 h ult to. A flight a built mulatto boy tall complexion and bet in i9 and 20 years of e Hei a Little for Klud and is h Carpener by trs leh Iliad n when he left a suit of Rouh clothes and i oppo de t be Luiking about thin Rity or Alexand it. I will give the above in re if he be secured so i can it him. Adress lumber Yard wee Falls venue Bil timbre old. B. Upton Rov 3.2t a Chance for printers. Thence pee88j-8 and a f0t of e0ue geo18 Type foe Sale. Wallac a & h la offer for Sale to the officer f a Hio Tahl. B ant 8h is a suitable for the season for ladies. G nil men. Misses Bys youth and children s Wear of a Ery style and Quality and athe x Ery lowest prices Quality considered Are of be found at burn8 a Cochran a no. 408 Pennsylvania Avenue a few doors nov 3.to3. East of National hotel. Varieties. 5 casks dupe dior a tent sperm Oil. War ranted to stand the Neil i we Wrather and Burn free pric on Dollar.1 cask pure vegetal e Oil Burns free and devoid of smell. I Cis pure sperm of very Limpid and suit Lefor French lamp and tapers.14 boxes sperm candles. 20 boxes Adamant do. 10 boxes Cream cheese. 30 chests Superior Black Tea at 60c. Per la. Th-8prticallr kind � Tea is so Well established thit words in commendation of it Art superfluous. Riau.w8t8 a dug Nib gun we and Impe v5 packets a beige old government Java Coffee. Of Perior qa"1 20 boxes soiled Kes preserves jellies Crambr ies ac., Aat n z m p. King Corner be mint Avenue and fifteenth Street. Nov subscription Book in which we get Ira letters and one envelope the Nuaert jul Confer a favor and receive a compensation on Leav no it at mrs. Wyatt a opposite Browne owl nov 2.at 62 1.2 foe loves. Ju8t opened 26 Dosen Superior coloured fid Glove which i will sell at oets per pair a portion of which s Bijou s. P jouvin8 at 87 cents Worth $18e.t."? collars and Beeves for 75 cents a 1 run to. Person wishing the above articles worm d a to Call at the Ladish fancy and irim a pot. No. 12, Centre Market 8p�c.e. Ot3 3t mr8. 11 a Placo. Jus a received at hoods an Irvi e f Lurge assortment of Ibata Ware heavy 8rplate with pure Silver Sacii an f Poons. Crkal Dib butter knives cake baskets. A i a in will dispose of at Price. Ale Hiot of mosaic and of or Jewery of latent it terms no. 418 a Avenue b Wren and 6.h Street Siga of the a Trug 8 read Eagle. It v 2 \torthbrkapple8ai.donioii�j j.1 just received by the Schooner Nickerson from a onion 100 barrel prime Baldwin apples,50 barrels yellow onions Large and l the above a in fire order and will be sold i w for Cash at our store Corner of 7th and i Tref or at the new store Louisiana ave a of Pobile to Bank of Washington. D0t 23t r0thw1il k Bbown. I he Indk signed won d re ii in 0, i and c Fisenn Guera. Y that a has is bumped the grocery Buslon is a Sci is Row Lee to at the of Pensy Laniear nue in i thirteenth eur Etc where he Fon d a Ufa. Special kit Enrioc is invited to his assortment of teas liquors and cigars the above goods in All of the Best Quality and for Sala very Low Tor cask. R. Tweedy Corner of a. Avenue and 18th at South eld hot 2.dlwaeolw of grand Ala night. Second gra1td a pal Ball 07 to Island social club. In Aid of their new Library he member of the club take Fin to their f Ien 5s and the Public Gen rally thai their Joc and grand annual Ball will take place at Inland 11 Allrn Tii us a y ? Ven no november 9. The proceeds of the b. 11 to be devoted to their new Library. Every exertion will be made by the club to rive satisfaction to there who May Honor t pm e Ith their presence i n fart they Are determined to made this an evening re a cab hey and pleasure to their Naoy Riend and the Public. They would also Tat that the Amphion Quad Tette Bank. Comprising mean genre m. Hill b no c. Greenup. Pruit and t. B b in to have kind y of Onsrud to enliven the of a in Wilh eve a of their popular que Rte Tes goes a Superior c Tillon Rand ? been engage d for the Ocoa Ien. Or. Rice s band Haw als consented to perform several of their celebrated Keels Centra Dane a a tickets one Dollar to be Bai of the Mana Ger and at the door on the evening of the Ball. Maka0kbi Joe. B. Falling f. Out Richard Evans j. Smithly j w. Cory t. L. Bailey John w. P go o. F. Adams Harry Dudley c. O Hamilton d. W. Oriscoll n. Jones. Oct 30.eott Hov second annual Ball of the National guard monday december 4th, 1854 the National guard respectfully announce to their friends and the ? Public generally that their 8 Cord annual re wid be Given on m0n Day dam Uiki 4 a 1854. Particular in future advertisement. Nov 2. 6t. Miss Lanphier sep mrs. Ditty a ill Opeo Winter millinery on saturday the 4th instant. Nov 2.4t Draper and tailor 1 1 Morf Ivl budding 4% re Csc Tel to v informs is friends in is of a hire on. Georgetown Sod Alexandria that he seeps constant y on hand a Choice selection of the Best and most popular makes of cloths Cassimeris anti vesti is together wit1 a Good Sii ply of the beat trimmings and w la make to order garments of every description for gentlemen Wear to the Moat elegant manner Plain or fancy to please the taste of All who May of Vor him with a Call. Prices Diode Date and Terma Cash. Nov 2.lw miss h. M. Mann sucks i to misses. J. M Mcgaw on Bridge meet gear get in has Aken the above fire. And Kjella will carry or the millinery she is constantly receiving supplies of far Bio Nable Mill a m0k8ell French and american Wei e Brown Zinc a &s8r Rte size package at Low Pris n b we Are prepare to furnish at Short not of and at cheap rates Freuh or ene ish plate Glaza of any siae. How Ful a Moi Grill nov 1.d2w c Street no 323. P. 8we Are daily manufacturing our no. 1fcthfrial Oil Visith which we can Supply the Trade evening Hlafsa in ies .prof.8c Hon e n b k re Aill of to All who is it May corp Eftoff. Zhereb make known the the Tubic that i hat obtained a Patent from the United tates for an improved Faw. And i a now to i pose of rights or furnish those with saws who wish to Avail themselves of this vast improvement the saw i 1 Cut double the amount a any Given time wit the same Power s that of the Ordinary ? a. The Matuie of my invention is so to oth advances in fron of the one not a Hind it the Blade of the saw to the of equal Width requiring the Back of saw to be inclined Forward the site of the opening Between the Teeth to the Iner esd or Reouven a div to the length of the a and sire of the Timber to be Cut Al that each Spac Between thu the Hali be Apa ble of hold Iti the anti e Chip or Core that the t being Afa Hedio Auy Mill. L further in Craion address Sicott Art a Eccl Ell and oct 24.eo6t a Hingl a d c. Pearson on k1hti0n.the great note est Manifest d a this extraordinary i re. A induced the publish is to prepare a cheap edition in neat � Impact f Rin at sixty Cente. A Price that will put it in the reach of a production of a mind la 1 fraught upon if heat Earnest and Eha tar a deem to a triumphant in argument. The volume will instruct the Church and Blu edit All our Terly. Alro new supp lies of the following valuable work the Lite and Leslie of 8t. Paul by coun Beate Thowson the fifth volume of Neander s Church history the sixth volume of Bancroft s history of the United feta Eswa land s intellectual philosophy life of or. Arci i Aid Alexander Crown of the Dir Cours s and Sadi ogs of our lord i to s daily big in ulus rations, s works. Life and times of Calvin. For Sale by Gray a Ballantyne nov a Jit 7th at near Odd Fellows Hall. I or Sale. K Fine horse and buggy will be Solda Low for the Cash. They will be sold separate or together. Apply at Birch s stable 14th Street nov 1.3t i g ish babies and episcopal prayer l oks a Large Assor ment in Rich and elegant binding lust recused and for Sale at very Low prices by k k. Lundy n0t t r de Street Georgetown. To 1 bad and window Glass-6 by 8, 7 by9, 8 by 10 Low priced Glass. Also. Window Glass of various Sites at All times on hand and Corsale at the lowest Poi a by Lionel. A mors Ell. Nov 1.d3 no 32. so bet. Ctr and 71h. Interest allowed on dkp0bitk8interest obtain tie for depositors and others upon Firat Visaas be curies i igbo Brothers Bankers up 21.eotf drbs8 . M. Crew chios. F Shio Rable dress maker Focas re moved from her late re Lence on pc Street Bette Edilth Aud 10th, to no. 479, thirteenth Street two doors South of Penney Ivaria Avenue. All orders inner line promptly attended to. Oct 19.2w second baud Flanoi taken in part payment for new once at the music depot of oct 18.tt Hilbus a Hitz. Clocks watches & jewelry. I have isl revived and opened a great ase Runett of clocks a Atchee land jewelry Alt of which with Law i h Jat r than similar oods can b v. In the District. 1 have on band a Lew of w atches which will be sold a great Burga Clif a t s on at j. Koran ton e jewelry store opposite towns Lotel of h 6 of Bancroft s histor Yot the l i Ltd to tows old b Ditont by Joseph Smith d dts v hut. By mrs Touth Worth Ansa Aud Nebraska by k c Halel Ruibai Arr Ellton a. Is Ket Rosf by Knelle Glen Meigs on child bed fevers i Linker s i Croce pict a Tom Trake of the principal diseases secret ser is Tay Ipoh k 1auhy 8oet 19 b. Slope Ner 9th it come and learn your fate.%. Re go Otilge latest ii Aua h a to into Sill the ladies Ai d get Lenieux of Hington and la nity that she can be Coc it a in t d t Street ites Side u1 and her name a n in door 1 n1 1 60. Hours f t m8 o Cik in the morning until 10 o look at night. Oct 7.ini Lott pk11tinu or talk and Ejlfb-d1t10u8ly at Tula "afan1a81abt of Rob.