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Evening Star (Newspaper) - November 03, 1854, Washington, Washington-DCLocal intelligence. The Mart evening the magnificent testimonial of a Silver present to the late mayor Maury was made. There Wai Assem bled Many of the distinguished men and Beautiful ladies of Washington. The set consisted of two Large Silver pitchers and twelve Silver goblets most a re Only elaborated in the workmanship. They �1.i and regarding their fineness Well Worth the expense. On them is inscribed the words As follows " to John w. Maury late mayor of Washington in testimony of his Public and private Worth 1854 at the time selected for the presentation col Peter Force appeared on the part of the presenters Sud read a Well formed speech showing by deliberate analysis the benefits to the City of or. Maury administration and tiie grounds for the compliment Nat 4 him. The speech touched upon the necessity of having always a just chief magistrate for the cite and regarded sir. Maury As one who came up to . Sex mayor Maury responded expressing his than Koslor regard exhibited to him As a late servant of the people. He had tried to do his duty and this testimonial endorsing his efforts was dearer to him than All the honors and profits of Offu a. He Cam Here a boy thirty years ago when the place was quite a Vili me but now he was proud to behold tithe magnificent Metropolis of the Union. The sentiments of both the speakers met applause an approbation. The goblets were filled and the Large and respect Able company partook slightly of their contents Ami at Early hour the company separated Well Pleast with the scenes of the evening. We cannot omit to mention that the Beau Ful ladies present added much to the brilliancy of the occasion. The Rich testimonial came from the elegant jewelry store of bro., and the presentation took place at s residence on c Street. A new following letter has been received by the american National Institute explaining the discovery of a new asteroid National Observatory Washington october 23, 1845. Sir i have the Honor Tostoe for the information of the National inst tute that a new asteroid was discovered Here by or. James Fergus on assistant astronomer at 11 p. In., 2d september 1854.he was observing Egena at the time and found that the thirteen to and this the thirty first in Thefield Ogeth r. I have delayed this communication waiting to As certain whether the planet might not have been Dis covered by observers in Ether parts of the world and it appearing that it bad not the priority of the i Overy therefore belongs to the National Observatory and this new Star is added to the family of asteroids As the first representative of America among them and a memorial of her Zeal in the cause of astronomy. As a testimony of the High appreciation in which the talents and the Industry ofor. Ferguson arc held the Honor of naming the planet was left to him. Following the Rule adopted by astronomers with regard to the asteroids he has selected the Graceful Nam of Euphrosyne. Its approximate Ephemeris with the last observations herewith enclosed. 1 have the Honor to be respectfully &c.m. F. Mai by it. U. S. . C. G. Kennedy Cor. Secretary of the american National Institute Washington. A great m Sical treat May be expected next sunday november5th, at Trinity Catholic Church Georgetown d. C. The amateurs of music will have an Opportunity of hearing the magnificent Organ 24 full stops which for the last two month has been under the hands of Berger of Baltimore for re adjustment. Haydn s grand mass no. 3, a will be Perto nned. The choir has lately been reinforced by s veral new voices. To assure the lovers of music that the full Power and sweetness of this Organ considered by Many the Best in the District will on this occasion be brought Forth we need Only mention thai prof. Dazeas of Georgetown College will preside at it. Kev. B. A. Maruire president of the College ill preach at the High mass 10 4 o clock a. At 4 o clock p. Ui., there will be grand vespers. J. G blot see that Thep Mardof trustees of Public schools have re appointed j. G. Abbot Esq., As Secretary of the Board. He was a most useful member of the late . It will be remembered that this gentleman together with the greater part of the trustees under whom our school system has reached its present state of advancement was left out by our councils at the late certainly arg is More liberality than was expected the part of the present Board to appoint a gentleman for this responsible position who possesses the Public Confidence in connection with the subject of popular education. Black few years Back Black Tea was scarcely used except by persons in delicate health but since the introduction of that very delicious Tea such As is sold by King at the Corner of i and fifteenth streets there now sold ten boxes to one. This particular kind can Only be Bill of him As he usually buys up All of the Mark. 1 he Price he Sells at fifty cents a Pound puts it within the reach of every one. Then it National intelligencer says the arrival in this City of several Mem Bers of the National legislature reminds us that the second session of the Thi to third Congress is Utar at hand. Four weeks from next monday is the time of meeting. May we not Hope that the time spent at Home in the exercise of the Gentie amenities As Well As the Stern realities of life May have dispose them to meet As Brothers tolerant of each other s opinions and prejudices and resolved to unite their efforts for the common Good of the country pennies for the mom scholars of the primary Public school mar the Arsenal con ducted by miss Anna Adams contribute one cent a month each i wards the funds of the National Washington Monument society. J Here being sixty six pupils their annual contributions amounts to �7 Iii. If All other schools would follow this example the Monument Coula be erected by the children of the country. Police report for october police officers Hurley Pearce Barnaclo bos Handy Wollard Burr Srun alien Wise Simonds Adams Wil eur stood d and Hitchel have made return to , Esq., Retief of police for the month of octo Ber of judgments and Cost obtained amounting to those collected and paid in were $6ti9.�t.officer Busher being appointed to attend atthe depot has consequently no returns to make. The Washington fourth Day of december has been fixed on for the first Parade of this new company commanded by Captain John Keese. On the evening of that Day a Grandall i to Mke place or he should say a Highland Ling when the Bonsie lassies will appear i Al their paid and loveliness and the highlanders be seen in ail their Scottum gallantry. A washingtonian e. Morris Democrat formerly of this City has been elected Commonwealth s attorney Lor the county of Berk � Ley Virginia by a majority of ninety three Ove Rnorman Miller whig to Supply the vacancy occasioned by the death of Edmund p. Hunter Esq. Canal Chesapeake and Ohio canal company Kad a meeting yesterday in this City of in stockholders the attic Idace being very limited. A number of shares were however represented by proxies and uie proceedings such As to sustain the conducting of the work most efficiently. Train Interr cited. Yesterday some tour Miles from the Keuy House a Coal train interrupted the Washington passenger train but under the careful direction if the conductor nothing unpleasant occurred except a snort delay. Old Jack in again. H atch old Jack tar was one of uie lot Gers at the watch House last night. He said he h d loot his main Arm and Sheet in a Gale but promised to steer Clear of dangerous latitude is that be would never come Back again under the command of , although he was Well p eased with the coir . Several others were in for lodgings. The year new Orleans Christian advocate tells too july some prominent facts which interest the people of Washngton As Well As else where. That Aper says we inn of mercy and judgment. The year past will a signal in history for its disasters. Drought in the Best agricultural districts cutting off millions of produce t ires in cities and for St Mounta is in. Blaze. Cholera invading Trow the sea coast to their Teri a. Disasters b, and greater ones by Rivers and b a a. Sailing vessels lost steamers engr and stauner fun ering mid Ocean or in temp Ting View of in re or burning in hopeless distance of Rescue. Thousands of liven lost moaning Oil Ai ing fill the Laud. Sueh events Chow us that go does not need wars docs of steel and Iron serried ranks of invading hosts and armed fleets like those to at distress the other hemisphere in order to reduce it prud to humility or make his lip when Jroud see a woman wearing a Black Cape drets with eight flounces of May solely tin Ide Ber mourning sorrows by the Saia figure a lib will whittle her actual grief Down to almost Rothii g. Fashionable widows male Hajj mourners. French 821 Spanish 977 swedes 452 Welsh 212 immigration an Exchange Saji the num Ber of immigrants who arrived at the port of new York for the week ending november 1st,is 11,943, which exceeds the arrivals for an week since that ending july 5th, when the numbered 13,032 and making a total Immi Gration for the year of 273,561, against 235,-636 for the same period in increase of 37,815. The total number of immigrant sin hospitals is 2,931 last year 2,837. The arrivals for the week ending october 25, numbered 7,643.showing a gain for the Pas week of 4.209. It will be seen from the above that the immigration at this port this year i Likely to exceed that of any former year. The proportion of germans continues to emigration of the past month classified according to nationality is As follows germans 20,247 Irish 9,737english 5,303scotch. 429 there is much bickness among the emigrants now arriving and Many die from cholera on the passage. Respecting the pecuniary condition of emigrants notwithstanding the prevalent impression that the Irish Arete most indigent class it is a fact that the pro portions of germans chargeable up n the com missioners of emigration for support is greater than that of the Irish by about Twenty percent. Yellow fever at Savannah disappeared. The Savannah news of november 1st, says it will be seen by reference to the report of the Board of Lle Alth that there have been no deaths by yellow fever for the past three affords us the most Lively satisfaction to be enabled to make an announcement which we know will be so Gratifying to our absent friends indicating As it most assuredly does the disappearance of the epidemic with which our City in common with most of the cities and the towns of the South has been Sorel afflicted. That the disease has ceased to exist Here in the epidemic form there can be no doubt and the occurrence of a Frost must soon give certain Security against even sporadic attacks. If there should be no recurrence oftener cases for the next few Days and the weather should become settled and seasonable even if there should be no Frost we Thiak no apprehension need be Felt by our citizens in returning to their Homes and business. The Crown or following i estimated As the value of the jewels in this magnificent diadem Twenty diamonds round the Circle �1,500 each $30,000 two Large Centre diamonds �2,000 ech �4,000 fifty four smaller diamonds placed at the Angle of the former. �100 tour crosses each composed of Twety five diamonds �12,000 four Large diamonds on the top of the crosses �4,000 twelve diamonds contained in ,�10.000 eighteen smaller diamonds contained in the same �2,000 pearls diamonds paid up. A Bon Mot is attributed to lord Raglan at the Battle of Alma. He lost his Arm in thelast French War we believe at Alma while viewing the Gallant conduct of Tho French Light infantry he exclaimed. The French owed me an Arm now the have paid quite lady being asked to join a Union of the daughters of Temperance replied it is unnecessary As i intend to join one of the sons scon.1 sensible lady that. W palpitation of the heart nervous complaint neuralgia dyspepsia Cost Veness an pile All relieved and cured in a incredible Short space of time by Carter s Spanish i Turs the great tonic an purifier of the blood. It contains not a particle of Mercury opium or any noxious drug is perfectly harmless and has cured More than live Hundred cases of can Only refer the Reader to the certificates a few of which May be found in another column and All of which detailed in full around the bottle. It is the greatest of a Spring and pail medicines and possesses an influence Over the blood Touly remarkable. See advertisement. Woe Shillim ton in elves All the new books and news papers As last As published. He la agent for Harper s and Al the other magazines Aud or readers will always find Large and Good assortment of Blank books and stationery Athis Bookstore Odeon building Cor a. Avenue and 4% St. A ivs bub Don Burrow s elixir Virtues have been endorsed by divines editors lawyers chemists and other eminent individuals. By the m nox in and us i Fellows Lowum of Norfolk. By 5,000 citizens of the City of no Foiw and town of Portsmouth and every one of their j&,000 inhabitants living witness of its extraordinary Virtues upon themselves or some Friend Aud Acon Autance. Remember certificates of cures performed Inthis City where the Medicine is prepared alone published. Numerous persons take it every Spring Abd fall Andall who have adopted so Wise a course require no other medicines and the testimony of All after using a few bottles is 1have derived More Benefit from its use than from All the medicines i Ever drugged my system with. If there Worth Ili the body it will kill and expel Vliem. It will re move Aud cure the worst Carbuncle and if drank freely Dur ing Lusiam Matloka mortification can never ensue. Burrow s elixir Itji. Extracts from a editorial notice in the Portsmouth vs.,Globe, july is 1864.the editor says in this Community this Medicine scarcely requires a notice to has been so often tested and its Vir tues so Well known from the numerous cues of its Success Ful use that it is sold now just and readily without prescription or recon emendation for the for which it is re commended As quinine is for chills. In the local column of the Norfolk Dally courier the Edi Tor in speaking of this preparation says it is certainly great med clue Aud within our own knowledge has restore these who were considered beyond ail human Aid. Time would fall to enumerate those cured of the various chronic diseases nervous disorders ulcers putrid Throat severe syphilis dyspepsia incapacitated youths ague and fever,ac., and Infin Tum. Oct 2f.2w spa Kabob pictures,.those of our readers who desire to pass through a splendid gallery of pictures should no fail to pay a visit to plumb s rooms on the a venue. He Lias on exhibition there some Choice specimens of the new Art in Oil which for Beauty and excellence incomparable. There is a portrait executed in this last style of president Pierce that redeem great credit on the artist every Lineament thereof giving a life like . Plumbe is reckoned among the first Dag Erieau artists of on time. Mar 0 As the season approaches for gentlemen s pall and win Ter Wear a Call the attention of our readers to the very Large and Well selected Stock of ready made clothing for men Aud youths Wear manufactured with Tase Aud elegance by Noah Walker m co., of the Well known Marble Hal clothing Emporium Browns hotel. Their surtout Over coat is Cut and finished with a degree of taste that would do credit to the first class custom houses. Their assortment of Over sacks Combine the late styles and of goods of recent importation. Dress and frock Coats of Superior finish and of All fashionable colors. Business suits Coats pants and Vest of Plain and Fig ii i Cassi Zieres. Black Doeskin and part Airous. Vesta of Rich velvets Merino Plush is Plain Aud figured Silks satins Cass Meres a. The have a Large assortment of shirts drawers undershirts collars ties glove., a. Sep 29 v it should be universally to is indigestion is the Parent of a Large proportion of the fatal diseases. Dysentery diarrhoea cholera Moribus liver complaint and Many other diseases enumerated in the City inspector s weekly catalogue of deaths generated by indigestion alone. Think of that dyspeptic think of it All who Sutler from disordered stomachs Aud if you willing to be guided by advice founded upon experience resort at t delay a Hoof Aud s Oerman bitters pre pared by or. C. Jackson which As an alterative Cura Tive and inv Gorant stands alone and us approaches. Behave tried the bitters and know that they excellent Furche diseases spec Elk a above. For Sale dealers in Medicine everywhere. A a a other pie Iid Or Whitell but has been awarded another Premium for his Superior daguerreotypes exhibited at the world s fair new York. It will be remembered that or. W. Received from the world s fair London two medals for his unrivalled daguerreotypes of presiden Fillmore and Cabinet Aud part Scopes of Niagara Falls be sides premiums at All the fairs at which he Lias exhibited for Many years past. This Speaks volumes in favor of his Galle Ries. Call and have your likenesses taken at Whitehurst s gallery Uear four and a half Street Pennsylvania Avenue. Sep it Akkiko. On the 2d instant by Rev. Or. Speaks or. . Harper to miss Eliza Speaks All of this City. On the 31st ult., by the Rev. J. Henry elks Stott of this City to miss Esthernr knt formerly of Harrisburg Boston on the 1st instant by tiie right l Soui Gaie Ezra Williams of Thi City to Sarah Townsend. Of Medfield Masson the 2d instant by the Rev. Or. Reese . Temple Vav our to miss Sarah Amanda rate life be daughter of or. Joseph Ratcliffe Allol this cite. Uni. On the 3d instant jos1ah Hauptman in the42d year of his re. His friends and acquaintances respectfully invited to attend his funeral tomorrow morning at 10 o clock from his late residence no. 373 new York Avenue. I Baltimore and Illinois pipers copy on ill. 3d inst., Sarah j. Keith youngest daughter of the late John and Margaret Kesh to the17ih year other . Her friends Art respectfully invited to attend he funeral to Iuo Row afternoon saturday at 3 o clock from the residence of her Uncle John Tretler on ninth Street Between g and h on tiie 30th ult., at the residence of or. John Mellor. Maryland Avenue and tenth Street East Emily Mary Dunne of disease of the heart. In Thi City on the morning of the 30tb ult., m., Wile of m a Pahland of this City in the 26th year of her . Ller end was peace. For Sale and rant. To re but a three Story h0us1 on Street Between oth and 7th streets containing8 rooms and newly put in Complete key next door for terms apply to cba8. Keenan e ther at the Gas office or at the Corner at oth Ando streets. Nov 2 4t for new and handsome three Story Brown front dwelling containing Parlours kith Marble room Kitchen Wyant g room and five Chambers situated on thirteenth Street South near the Public grounds convenient to Pennsylvania Avenue and the depart ments and in a perfectly healthy situation. For careful punctual tenants the rent will be putt $250 a Yar payable monthly apply to Richard h. Clarke Corner o 6th St and Louisiana Avenue or to Daniel b. Clarke arcu s Ore Corner of Maryland Avenue and 11th Street oct 81.lw for Fine spacious thebe store Brick dwelling containing thirteen room with both Rood Gas an Exten Iye finely ived Yard with pump. Stabling for to Bones of triage House and other conveniences and Delight fully located on Pennsylvania Avenue Between nineteenth and twentieth streets two squares beyond the president s mansion apply to a. Hoover. I Street Between 18th and 19th streets. Oct 31.lw Intel for comfortable and convenient two Story Brick House no. To Indiana Avenue near second Street and Trinity Church immediate Possession Given. Apply to. Chas. H. Lane no. 424 Penn Avenue gent s furnishing store oot modern four Story Brick House on thirteenth St get near j5, East Side. 1 he House is in Good repair dry cellars and to a Good the ant the rent will be Given on the let november. Apply to oct Jas. C. Mcquire aug r. having furniture dry goods groceries ac., to be stored will find ample a comm cd tons in the Large airy Flag Stone paved and dry basements under the Star office Corner a Avenue and eleventh St. Apply at the Star office oct for Given office of the evening Star on d St., i bin fifty Yards of its Junction with twelfth Street and a Avenue. The building is of two stories. The lower Story being Divide into three convenient rooms and the upper being a Large single room. It ill afford two convenient Small shops fronting Ond Street with ample working room in the rear. Al so a convenient Painter s or Carpenter s or other mechanics work shop above. Apply at Star office oct n Cai Itol Iii very ue8ira-ble building to s no. 1,15, and 16 in gqoare787. Between West Capitol and a its. South third Square East of Capitol grounds will be old on to c in dating terms on application to g. Crandell no. 33 f Stree near tenth , several others in Square 872. Oct 25.lm for store on a. and convenient sized 8tore in Sta building next to the Corner of a. Avenue and eleventh Street which said Corner is soon to be opened bail Illus a lit. As their music store and piano Ware rooms. The store now for rent will make a capita stand for almost any kind of business As already the Star office is More frequented than any other business place in Washington. Apply at the counter of the Star offic. Get Don t you want a Home?.100 building lots far Sale on easy terms to suit any person that wants to build Fine store House on Corner o seventh and g Streeta to let. Walter a. True Carpenter and builder a Between seventh and eighth Street oct 24.lm i i Uty building j�itk8, contain about five tar a Eai a on a credit of ton years i top. Twenty five minutes ride of the City i St office of , lying Between Washington and bled Ensbury Distant from the Central portion of the City ton 2 to 3% Mil a the tract presents a front Othre Public rods is in Agod and rapidly improving Section of will sell the above Lota on a credit of ten yers and on such terms As we sure will insure to t he purchaser an easy made c f payment or Many of the above lots there Fine Groves of Oaktree of original growth and also Sonitis Fine Sprine of water. We offer those lots to residents of Washington who would reside in the country and at the earn time be Able to attend to business in the City. Par ties lurch asian this fall will have the advantage of one year in setting out fruit of ornamental tree. For lithographic plats of the ground and further explanations of terms of Sale inquire of so. B. Ulubey no 4, Columbia place Corner of 7th Street and Louisiana Avenue oct 23 12t flt is on the jurisdiction Pray Tice and Peculiar jurisprudence of the courts of the Uustal states. Vol 1. 1854. Wallace s cases in the circuit court of the United states for the 3d . 2. 1854. Phillimore s commentaries upon internationallaw.1 vol 1864. Manning s commentaries on the Law of nations.1 vol. 1 Ondon. 183tf. Wildman on the Law of search capture ar.dprize.1 vol. London. 1854. Thomson s Laws of War As affecting Commer remind shipping.1 vol London. 1854. Libinson s history and practice of Price Law. 1 Tol London. 1801. De Martens sur Les Amateur is Lea Prises etl a reprises.1 vol. Gottinger. 1795. Code Des prises.2 vols. Paris Par Ordre do 1784. Maxwell s spirit of Marine Law.2 vols. Lond n.1808. The Laws ordinances and institutions of the admiralty of great lir Kain civil and military. 2 vols. London. 1746. Banker shoes s Law of War in vol. Philadelphia 1810. France Taylor nov 1 fort be three Etoy he 7-$km,� Pierce Street Between North Capitol and 1st l and 11 they con in six rooms each. Apply to Cila kled Thoms immediately opposite oct 6.ira nautical almanacs English and free for 1854,1855, 18�6 and 1s&7, imported by oct17 France Taylor. Oil line new pianos at manufactory o wholesale priced for rash we have on Han. Few very Superior instruments which we wll a Ilas above to close out our present Stock previous the removing. Every instrument warranted. Call adjudge Lor yourselves at Hilbus a Iliin music depot oct Puci ajl. expeu1 and positively request All persons indebted to us on accounts rendered 1st july last to come Forward t id Settle them without further notice. Maxwell Sears a Colley 523 seventh it 3 doors above a. Ave. Oct 28.d6t Harper s Magazine for november a very interesting number is received and for Sale to shilling ten 8 Bosto. Knickerbocker for november Putnam s Magazine Tor november Dickens s household w re for november Graham Godey and ladies National Magai Iree a l received for november end a Auti fully illustrated new York journal Yankee notion and illustrated Magazine of Art for november the lost heiress by mrs. Southworth is a very interesting and Beautiful Story All the new books received As fast As published and every thing in the stationery line for Sale at Shillington s Bookstore Cor. A. A. And 4% St Odeon building nov 1.3t pure silverware. Magnificent . W. Malta pro. Call attention to their unusually Large assortment of 8ilverware, consisting of. Solid Silver Tea set Complete Silver pitchers solid Silver castors do cups and paupers goblets do fish Carvers and Forks Crumb 8crpers, cake knives fruit shovels sugar sifters Jelly spoons cheese soups Pickle knives and Forks Olive spoons salad tongs vegetable Forks fruit knives 1 be tongs dessert knives soup Cream end Gravy ladles ice Cream knives tilt cellars Napkin ring butter knives Tea 8trainers Tea table and desert spoons and Forks of every variety breakfast and dinner Coffee spoons of. Aiso a very larg assortment of fancy Silver Ware suitable Lor wedding birthday and other presents the above is by far the largest and most varied assortment Ever to our customers. Bein a of our own manufacture it is warranted pure Silver and c offered at As Low rates As similar goods can repurchased Lor in any City in this country. W. Galt a bro., sign of the Golden Eagle a. Avenue Between 9th and 10th sts.4�" the highest Price paid for old Silver oot a of. Schonen Barq teacher and translator of Modem language and literature no. �57 it Bdl. Oct 1.wentile, toy Tulia afum. A Erles of sales Jaud poems. � Western Home and other poems. By . H Sigourney. Camp and March. By capt Grafton u. 8. a Magazine for november oot81 Frank Taylor. Wants. Wania and wanted advertisements Fotter lint or less for each insertion 23 eau each additional line t cents. ? 8tngle Man who can come Well recommended. A place on a farm or Garden. Would attend to horses. Fee. The to reference produced address j. I through the City poet office Washington. Nor 3.3t tace a Trocoli an planing f r seventy tar us arid set superior5-4 North Carolina flooring thoroughly Neason�Dan-1 Brauti Fullr dressed fit Hugh Coyle brother nor 1.eolw or three Young men of re to v spec Ali Ity and Good address to engage in Light he Ioe a what fron $2 to $5 re Day Mig the made. Enquire at the office of John Tali 18 it co nov 2 St d Street Nar 9th. Wanted.-1two whte women one a Woodcook the other to do washing and ironic Gand chamber work apply at the lieutenant Quarter a nary Yard nov 2 St wanted by a respectable Young woman situation a Nape and seamstress or chambermaid and seamstress the Best references Given As to character an 1 competency. Address Jalia Attis office. Nov 1 4t vat anted to boy. White Orv coloured from 14 to 16 years of Able and willing to do the House work of a Small family. Goo character Mil he required. Also for Bale a family horse gentle an kind in harness sold Only because i have no use for him apply to d. English oct 31 -0t Georgetown d. C. Active intelligent Man who can Oom Well recommended will Bear of constant employment a3 a canvasser for a porn a weekly journal at which god wags can be at the office of the evening Star. Oct or eight More hands to work on a place near the City for the Winter or year. Board found. Also a Man who has some knowledge of Black Smithing and a Good Cook Washer and in incr. Lloyd it co opposite Treasury 16th Street office open from 9 to 3 daily. Oct 26.1m wants times in the Market buying slaves Paylag the highest Cash prices. Persons having slaves for Sale will please Cau at 242 Pratt Street Baltimore md., Slatter s old stand slaves taken inboard at 26 ones per b. It w. L. Campbell. Boarding. Ooms and single gentlemen Enn be accommodated with pleasant room and Board in a private family with All the comforts of a Home by application a no. 37 4 $ St. West ride Between Missouri and a. Avenues oct 21.lm . Duvall Penna. Avenue nearly opposite Browns hotel has Fine rooms and offers Ever desirable comport and accommodation for families or single or transient. No More agreeable boarding House will be found in Washington. Be h1 removal. The subscriber eing removed to the Corner of a. Avenue and 10th Street Over the Watlington savings Bank will continue to keep in Exten Tive assortment of Penrhyn Marble and Iron mantels wrought Iron and wire rail Ings encaustic to ing and Terra Cotta and Iron window lintels and Sills Ralph Hackins. Oct 27.eotf Call and get a Good stove. Tram Richey manufacturer and dealer in stoves and tin a he. Corner of h and seventh Street Washington d. C. Particular attention paid to roofing it spouting and All Wor in his line attend. De to at the he a Roost possible notice. Oct 11.lm gentlemen Avdek have this Day received a a terse and Fine As orment fall styles and qualities of seasonable undergarments we off ring at Verv Low pics. Wall it Hie pens Pennsylvania Avenue next door to Iron Hall oct26 into news razors and Strops Omba brushes having Cream of Isophane soaps t and perfumery in every variety just received at ret i7br Wjk 8. Will ids hotel. New store George Willner paper dancer Aid upholitsrifi464 ninth Street near e returning thank Tor the very Liberal Patron already bestowed on one from my friends and customer is Roe my removal to the new stand i respectfully invite Public attention to my Iare and Superior Stock of Pap a hangings for tall Sal a embracing an elegant Assoc Menc of real French Gold and other parlor styles All qualities land scape views panel papers for Halls ac., with a Small variety of Low priced papers of desirable Solors and patterns. Purchasers will find if to their advantage to give me a Call. Paper put on in the beet manner and at Short notice. Up bolster goods such us Union and worsted a masks Muslin and Lacu curtains. Gilt cornices bands and ornaments i t and flowered Shad just received from the new Ork manufacturer some nine feet Long Beautiful Feather Beds aut mattresses. Oilcloth Laid and carpets Cut and fitted in the most dec nominal and neatest manner. Oct 14.lm pianos for Sale and rent. New and second hand pianos of my own and several other factories always to be had at my i no wardroom on11th Street Between Pennsylvania Avenue Aud Street. 4#0s. Bought principally at the Philadelphia and Newyork auctions. Enabling him to offer extra induce ment Sto Cash or prompt Hort time custom is. In his assortment will be found a Rich Assort ment of plaid Silks Plain and striped blk do. Mer Nus plaids. De Laines cloak cloths velvets and dress goods , a Good assortment of boys and gentlemen s Wear. Best Paris kid gloves blankets flannels shawls sheeting shirting table Linen napkins Etc. A Call is solicited. J. H. Smoot. Oct 27.lm we. Haunschild paper Hanger & upholsterer. American and French paper hangings and upholster goods Pennsylvania Avenue and eighteenth streets Washington d c. We. Haunschild begs leave to inform his friends and the Public that he has on hand a Large Stock of French Gilt and american transparent. Also hair Moss Cotton and shuck mattresses which he will dispose of at the lowest prices oct 10.3m hair received fifteen dozen assorted hair brushes. Also a Large variety of tooth Nail hat clothes bathing it dust ing brushes tuck Side puff dressing Fine it pocket Combs. Also tooth powders toilet map shaving Cream Cologne Bay rum ftc., for Sale Low at the piano and fancy store of no. F. Ellis oct26 306 Pennsylvania Avenue. Jeu Ond hand piano Foh Sale. One at $25 one at $40 one at $76 &1 2 Call Early and secure a bargain at the music de pot of Hilbus it Hitz. Oct ? Elbe s new York Fiill i and Complete assortment of York hats for the fall Trade a Beebe s us c be be s new by Stevens a ret58 Saleroom Browns hotel. R. H. Gillet counsellor at Kwi office and residence in Franklin Row Cornero k and thirteenth Street oct 28.dly himvjim2n 8 dressing Asual full assortment of Gen it Al Ilbra Beds which the owner is hereby notified to Elsie within ten Days or they will be disposed of a Ord ing to Law. P. Hammill hot1.34 Alexandria a. Auction Balm. By Green a Scott. Amt Marii foil firk ii a beg est i. Let sen fourth and fifth streets at auction on monday. The 8th in Tant we shall 11, in front at the premises at 4 o clock p n., four new Frame houses situated on a rth i Between fourth and fifth streets it the houss three stories Welb it of the a St materials on Tainan Sevra Good and of Nenien by Arra god rooms each handsomely located a a Good . 1 Arias one third Ca h balance in six twelve and e Gatien m nth for note hearing interest from Day of Saie. A used Given no a deed of Trust Taden. Tit a Indi put ble ores a Scott nov it d auctioneers by Bow 518 us to Wissok aug l. Gold and Silvee watches. Jewelli to it at auctlup.0 saturday , nov.mber4 we ill fell at our 8tor� reveral Superior Gold an-1 Pilver watches Gold Chain Kara a Fine at pins. Lori to Gold Penci s and pens an. Other Art Les of jew e Ryals an of fancy Good Porto a Annsie i Arac additions solicited. Djvvn8 a Hutchinson auctioneer Pennsylvania a. Nar it nov s 2 d by 11. H. Jew Ktuk a co Acuti. On saturday morning november 4, 1854, Tihe promises of. 403. Seventh Street we Susil sell the of a family declining Nous keep lug consisting in part of. One comp etes to of cottage furniture Beds end Belling carpets stoves footing t ten Els a. K. H. A Kwh be a co., ice a. Novl.3t to 317, Penis Fin a Zarenne. The above Sale is postponed until monday morning november 26, St 10 o clock at the Ptiip a a. R. U be vol la a co nrv3. Aug Ion 8 by Green a so it auctioneer valuable Badili ing lot a Tio of monday the 8th instant at 4 o clock p. M we Sha l tie premises let of 21, Ink tan1,04 j. Fronting Fofi is t on South Estre to betwnr13th Ard 14th Streer running rack 224 fee ii inches to a30-Leoi Uliey. Term each. Green a Soott nor 1.eoads auction by r. H. Wjk Wollk a co Auclea on ttjr8day Morring november 14, at to clock mat the premure on n Street e tween 12th and 13t\ w shall sol at Publio Arctic the anti e Stock nud fixture Ofa Flower Garden Green House Viz 1-00 lights of Ard Sash for hot Beds and Green House Ai hic lot Hruba and Flowes. A is sting Ina of a8fargnss, re Barb. Earp Berry Fetra Berry currants and of every variety also lots no. 3, 4, 6, 7, 8 and 9, of Square no.180 term of Sal sural of $25 Ned under Cath Over$25, a credit of this to and sixty Days of notes c Spon ably endors a bearing insert the sex Cepter upon which a Lar for credit will be give. N. or Sirrs of purchasing a fore the Day of Sale a do to by applying to or. Morisot Orner of 14th and k streets or to b. I Jewellk a co auctioneers nov 1.eos no. 317 Pennsylvania a nor. By j. C. Dic Vire auctioneer. Tru tips Sale of valuable by Illidge lot it Rathe Railroad virtue of a deed i Trutt b Arius Date n the 1th Day of april 185t recorded in l her j. A. 8. No. 74, Folio 271, 272273, v-74 and 2t5, the subscriber will sell at Puhl a Sale on tuesday the 21st Day of novel or 1854. H o clock p. M., in the premises All that pipe or rare a of ground lying and being situate d in the i y of Washington and Bein part of Stu to no. Is beginning for the same on new Jersey Venu. At a Point 260 feet 6 inches then Rrth get Corner said Square and running the pcs at meet j. E to near Jersey to nue a to Wardle 133 Tibet 2v4 due a 2 ? foot to e or Les to a Parage line 22 feet from the line first described and run Nin parallel wit i sa1-" first in we Wardly to a Jersey Avenue lib Jaet 2inohep thence North re 0u be Jersy Avenue 22 fiet to if place of be to nine containing 2.930 Eque of to Tore or be. The above propety is eligible situated near the rail Road depot and offers a Lav Orsble Opportunity for . The terms of Sale i l be Cah. And f no Empl de with in Oue week Arter the any of Sale the proper will be re sold at the risk and expense of to 8 Pur Char. Twin one week s notice. All conveyances St expense of . 8 Wall ii trustee. Jas. C. Mcguire. Oct 20.eoada auctioneer by Green a Scott. Auctioneer household Ano Kitchen furniture Ami a 3ow at auction and Houe to it. On m nday the 30 h instant a shall sell at 10 of clock. At the r Tidence of a pct Licau decline ii a Housego a Lii can a Jersey a Enue South i Fri e Capitol and nearly posit the former a i Efthos. Lagden a Aan to Ella it u? t of furniture Vij mahogany so. Parlor nil rocking chairs do Hiebo re Buea a and Breine Ola is do Ding breakfast card and orb r Gira Doles. Solar Hall and i amps cock work Tan is was hands and wardrobes China Glass crockery and Stone Ware Marie lied steals andirons. Shovel and tongs Fen lers parlor and chamber in now curtains and Pha s three ply in get n an l a Tiger carpets an i Ilc to stoves Ard a general assortment of Kitchen re qui Itea with Many other articles which we deem unnecessary to enumerate. Also a goal Milch c w. Which now gives Rilk terms All sums under j 25, Cah ver that a a. Redit off sixty and n be y Days for n Tes Torilyn endorse i bearing inner St. Birlien l Scott oct 26.d actin or p Houa is for rent a Good two Story and attic Brick containing ten rooms and All y Cut houses. Apply on the premises. Gap. A the above Salt la postponed until monday the with i St it sane Hur nov 1.d Oreen a Scott. Acts by Barnard it bucket aug i Georgetown. Extensive Sale of books and stationery. Enc a pm pen bes id of auction this evening at 8ven o clock at the store of Barnard a Puckey Bridge St the attention of the Rubl a in this City and Vicin to is r spec fully invited to this collect on o Book which is believed to be the most valuable collect on of Standard works Ever offered at aug Ionin this place. The i books new and . The will be positive and without re serve to the highest bid a and will be continued every evening until All sold. N. Lor examination and at Priva e Sal during the Day. B Arnard a Buckey Acuti neers St., Georgetown d. C. Oct 31.dtf by wat Ruburt a Dyer aucta., Iffie York. Waterb by a Dyjor of the City of new York auctioneers authorized to make sales of any and ail goods in the Crystal Palace hich May be entrust to them by exhibitors. Joun h. White Greet. Crystal York oct. 27, 186. In pursuance of the above appointment we Here by give notice to �11 owners of goods now within the Crystal Palace who desire to have their Good included in our catalogue sales at auction within the Palace to Forward u6 , Tea puch sales by Mil or express a Complete invoice of panicle also an order upon the president of the Crystal Palace association j. H. Whie Esq. For the delivery of every Art Cle enumerated in their invoices. The salts will be for Ca.8h, and will include goods of All descriptions withing the Palace and in other to arrange the different articles now on exhibition for . And to prepare Ca Ligues for part Cular Days of Fale the immediate attention of exhibitors is requested. The Day of each Sale and particulars will t e found in the vow York journal of Commerce and courier and enjuirer.wa1ebury a Dyer Crystal Falace aug is oct 30.2wd store no. 39 Broad St., Y. Fine watch repairing. Having engaged one of the Best workmen i America i am now prepared to put q in order the to t difficult and complicated watches equal to any other shop in this country a Liverpool. Watch movement a jewel de throughout. Particular attention Givsto ship and pocket chronometers. Watchmakers tools and materials for Sale. B. O. Hood,418 a. Avenue bet 4 a and eth ets. Act important work for and Bounty land Laws ast Pool shed Nazaly ical die est of the pension and Bounty i and l aws the a Wilons of Secreta Ries. A ,. I ragged so a. To be inti Uit blk to Ery cilia amt. I ice 2.posug if prepaid 20 a Mohy 8 out 12 Bookstore a a we it Alt of old for Halm Atrim 0mf2cm, Wolm a telegraphic. By Italy for tto Pally by Tibi hit arrival of tha Arabia. These dats Laid from Eue ofe another bite in of Fey Stopol commenced. Menshikoff displaced. A. New York not. Steamer Arabia arrived at her wharf this morning with three Days later news from Europe. By the Arabia we learn that a Large in crease of Bullion is shortly expected in eng land. Mchenry s affairs reported tvo More favourable. The bombardment of Sevastopol common on the 13th. Menshikoff has been reinforced and it is expected that Omar Sascba s forces will be sent to the Crimea. Go Schakoff supersedes Menshikoff in the command of the russian forces. The War. The bombardment of Sevastopol commenced on the 13th ult., from two prices of heavy a Tillery. Omer Pasha has gone to the Crimea to Takt part in the Goa Neil of War and it is believed that his forces have been sent thither. The russian troops under Menao Bikoff have been partially replaced reports have again been Giro plated simultaneously in Vienna Paris and Lordon t. The fall of Sevastopol Large Stock operations were made on the Faith of the statement. The Public seem to believe the Moor. Government employees say that a ious intelligence need not be looked for before the be ginning of november. In the absence of official reports the papers mainly filled up with accounts of the position of the troops projected operations and various forces. Accounts from Odessa of the 8th, say that Gor Schakoff was at that place with u russian corps of 15.000 men. Near Sebastopol the grand opening operations daily expected. The general Tenor of the War news indefinite. The allies fully expect to capture Sevastopol in a few Days though m if Koff s Forcemeats nonplussed them. The anxiety about the result of the track on Sevastopol in England and France is in tense. I efforts making to establish Poland As an Independent nation. The hungarians anxious for a revolution. Prussia and Austria coming on Amica ble terms with the allies advices from Spain represent the insurrectionary movements As subsiding. The coun try is comparatively tranquil. Affairs on the Danube quiet. Mars7 to. Milliken s circular reports the Sale of46,000 Bales of cotton.4.0a0 taken by speculators. And 5,000 for exportation. Quotations for fair Orleans 6i middling 5 Lair Upland 6, middling 5 the Market opened risk and in Good demand but fell off towards the close lard is considerably advanced there have been sales at 55s. Rioe is also advanced Bales at 20s the Manchester Trade has been somewhat declining the Advance in flour for the week has been Frem 6s to 7s. Freights considerably and Vance amounting to 2. Fid. Rosin is in Active demand prices Oil has advanced linseed Oil is in Active demand. The prices now quoted at34ia36a no change is noted in consuls. Unite states stocks remain continues Dull. Baltimore markets. Baltimore. Nov 3.since the arrival of the Steamer s news Howard Street flour i held at $9. No sales at that Price. Before the announcement of the arrival of the Steamer 35,000 bushels of wheat were e at $1 85 a $1.85 red $1.75 a $1 85. A -22,000 bushels a 67 a 70 Cente yellow 7s a 75 cents. Whisky 43 cents. All the s ales were made before the Steamer s Newe was known. Afterwards wheat was held Ai 8 and 10 cents higher Corn was also held higher. The barque phantom has arrived at Balti More with later news from Rio where so left the United states ship Decatur with her Crew All Well. The phantom reports that the Captain and fifteen of the Orew of the ship Bride have men picked up at sea. Philadelphia markets Philadelphia nov. 3.1, p. M pour to Day has advanced 37i cts. Wheat and Indian Corn have also advanced. Mew Tork markets. New York nov. 3.7lour has advanced to Day 37 cents.6,000 bbl. brands $8 50 Southern $8.75 a $9.37 wheat is firmer. 80,000 bushels of porn 85 cents. Cotton unchanged. Foreign arrivals at Mew York. New York nov. 2 during the month of october there were 350 arrivals of Vinals at this port from foreign countries bringing 39, 600 passengers. Hotel Burnt Dunkirk nov. 2.ward s hotel in thl City was to Day destroyed of fire with All its contents. Massachusetts politics Boston nov. 2 the state committee of the Republican party have refused to accept Mwilson s dec Lana Ion and he is therefore still the Republican candidate pc governor. The Hon. We Appleton Las Lually at opted a renomination for Congress which he Ono declined. Mortality of Mew of Lieut. Governor Farger of Orleans Ooi. 30 the total number of interments in this c. V during the past week has been 243, including 107 from Elow fever. Lieutenant governor Farger died of the Yel Low fever yesterday morning. Newspapers , nov. 2 nearly All the papers Inthis pity published As genuine a proclaim Tio for thanksgiving purporting to be from Gove nor Washburn which appeared in the boat Herald yesterday. The official proc Amati of the governor is published in the Atlas f morning and is quite different Oom Pothiti soft ratification meeting at mow Yore new York nov. 2 the soft held a rat fiction meeting to night at tammany a it was quite a Large and enthusiastic Pathe ing. There being irom six to eight thousand persons present or. Cochran presided inside the Hall and Captain Rynders and others addressed an outside meeting or. Shepperd in his speech said he thought that patriotism should prompt or Bronson to withdraw from i the Oak Vii

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