Newspaper of Evening Star, July 30, 1856, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated July 30, 1856 Page 1
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TKS EVENING 5TAE, ft RIIMI Kit EVERY AF fKHIIOOJI, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) At tki Si*' B+ildiKt?. ttrntr ?/ i'lMifliMU ?/?*?? Mi E innJt Strut, By W. D. WALLACH, Will be srnred to taterrlbere by -arrlers at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to tha Agents; papers served In piakagee at 37Jf cent* per month. To mall subscribers the ?ub ?crtpt1->n price Is THR EE DOLLA RS AN D FIF TV CENTS a year \m advance, TV. O DOLLARS for tlx hi oat hi, and ONE DOL AR for three months; for lest than three mont. a at the rate of li j cent* a wre*. V~T SIN'iLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VIII. WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY. JULY 30, 1S56. NO. 1,084. OFFICIAL. Tkka?u*t Difaktxbht, May 8?, jaw. Notice is hereby given to the holders of the stock Issued pursuant to the act of CongTSM of */2d July, 1816, that snob stock Is redeemable by its term*, and will be paid at the Trensu.y on the surrender of the certificate* thereof, on the 12th of November next, when Interest thereon will cease. This department will contfane to purchase such stock prior to said day of redemption, and will pay therefor the following premium, In addition to the Interest accrued to the day of purchase, with one day s Interest for the money to reach the vendor: On such stock received at the Treasury between the 1st day of June and the 31st day of July, In elusive, one-half of one per cent, on the amounts i specified in the certificates; On sn^h stock received between the 1st and 31st da)s of August, one-fourth of one per cent; And on such stock received after the31st day of August, the Interest accrued thereon, and one day's additional interest only, will be paid. Certificate* of such stock transmitted under thlJ notice must be duly assigned to the United States by the party entitled to receive the pur chase money; and when sent prior to the 1st July the current half year's lntereat mu talso be as signed by the present stockholder, otherwise such interest wWl be payable as heretofore. And notice is farther given to holders of other stocks of the United States that this department will purchase the same between the 1st day of June and the 1st day of December next, unless the sum of f 1,500,onosball be previously obtained, and will pay for the same, in addition to the In terest accrued from the day of the last dividend ?f interest, and one day's additional Interest for the money to reach the vendor, the following rates of premium: On stock of the loan of 194-2, a premium of 10 per cent; On st *k of the loans of 1947 and 1948 a premium of 1# per cent.; And on stock Issued under the act of#th Sep tember, 1950, commonly called Texan Indemnity stock, a premium of # peT cent. Certificates transmitted under this notice should be duly assigned to the United States by the par ty entitled to receive the meney; and if sent pre vious to the 1st July, the current half-year's in tereU must also be assigned by the present stock holder, Otherwise the interest for the half year to that day will be payable to him as heretofore. Payment for all the foregoing stocks will be made by drafts on the assistant treasurers at Bos ton, New \ ork, or Philadelphia, as the parties entitled to receive the money may direct. JAMES GUTHRIE, in29-dtl2Nov Secretary of the Treasury.! hat*: hats: JUST RECEIVED A FULL. SUPPLY OF ft n - d rab Beaver ventl la ted H ATS, which ! offer at $3 50; they are the best Hats lor the price in the United States. The best blsc.ic dre^s Ha's got up In the latest style for S3 56, as good as th->se usually ?old at 85; aiid a posd fashion* able Ha; at 81, worth 81; and a first-rate Hat, 82 SO. The be?t materials and the brst workmanship Is e-nployed to produce a 85 Hat, which Is sold for 83 50 W * do a business, meet with no los ses, but give each customer full value for his money, relt md Straw Hats unusually low. N H Agent for Drlacoil's Balm of a Thousand Flowers price 25 cents pw bottle. ANTHON V, 7th street, near Pa. ayenue, Ae?nt tit a New York Hat Company. m 24- tf JONAS P. LXVT, 1XPOSTSK la VI*I8, LIQUORS, CIQARS, AVO 7IJTJ GROCERIES, GencraiComsniiion & Forwarding Merchant INSURANCE AND BILL BROKER, Wo. 474 Pa av., two doors below U.S. Hotel, WlSBlSeTOil Citt, D. C. Nt-lf VI>1EK ASO GAUZE UNOKR GAR. meals for gentlemen?We invite attention of tfentl men in want of Sislk, Lisle Thread, Merino, or Cotteu Under Garments, for the pres ent seison, to our superior stock. We are deter mined to sell them from this day forth at reduced trices, as we wish to prepare for the fall trade ive us a rail and buy cheap. GEO H B WHITE C J.,Gents Furnishing Llere, 332 Pa. av , bet. 9.h and 10th sts Jy 12 CHANGE OF HOURS. ON AND AFTER MONDAY, THE J<Kh of June, the Steamer GEORGE _ PAGE win run at the following, hours: . &, ??, 12, 2*, 4*. and 8tt o'clock. Leave Washington ?, ?, 11, 1*, 3tf, 5*, and 7 o'cloc*. je?-tf ELLIS L. PRICE, Ceptaln. 1 1HE STEAMER UEilKliE WASHlKi. TON will departat the follow- _ .?IL ? ^ leg hours: n Leave Alexandria 7*, ?, 11 1*,3*,5* " Leave Washington...d, 10.12, 2W, 4*, Jejb-d 0 JOB <5oftS(5N7CapuU. It' CAPON Ski KINGS. >OU TE ?ORANGE AND ALEXANDRIA ^ Railroad at 7 a m., to the 11H', cyuMbg Manassas Junction ; Manassas Gay R-tlir.vad to Strasburg ; J H Kemp's line irf Htu'ea to Capon Springs, arrivin# at the Springs bv 5 o'clock in the aftern ?on. jy 2-lm .MAN ASSES GAP RAILROAD. ?OK jfiODNY VKRIOli ON TUESDAYS AND F RI DA VS.?FARE, ROUND TRIP, 81: FROM ? ALEXANDK1A7SCENT8 -tk.. sEarner THOMAS COLLYEK leaves U dsMiig ton at it and Alexandria at o'clock. Coaches leava the Capitol for the boat Bt bM o'clock. Coach fare 10 ccnts. Persons wishing the coaches will leave their roR.deacew'.th George A Thomas Parker. Refrt*s jineat* on tt;i boat. a? 2-tf SA.M'L GEDNEY, Captala. OK. J. T1IOKNE, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN* 8URGE0N, oprictasD aasiDENca, Comer 13 th ?t and New York avenue WASHINGTON, D.C. oaire hours?0 to 10, 2 to 4, e t?? lu. m7-3a? Hands on yolk pol kkt-book v THE WHITE HATS AKE AHOUT. - We have a very line assortment of Fashion- *r"\ able White Beaver aad Felt Hats, of all Q iallue* and prie s, to which we respect- fpfe f-lly invite tne attention of all in want. We of. t*r tnem at reduced prices. Call at GEO H. B WHITE A CO.'S Fashionable Hat, Cap, and Geat * Fururshing Establishment, 332 Pennsvl vaala avenue, between Uth and loth sts. Jy l2 CPEITACLES, EYE GLASSES. Ac? k ' Gold. Silver, toe Ste^l, and Plated Hpecta rlr* Gold, Steel, Shell, and Buffalo Eye Glasses, of all foc.i->es Also, Magnifiers of every d^rriptlon, suitable for engravers physicians, driughtsmen, Ac. *?? Particular attention paid to the ?election of Glasses suited to the eyes of wearers. New Glasses put into old frames. W. GALT A BKO , Jewelers, jy 12-tf 2M JPa ay , bet. #th and 10th sts. 1IOHAIK, >IADRA9, AND ktHMER aU s-TOOXa AND TIES -AU in want oftae? artl :1b? will nle**- give us a call, and examine onr assortment. Prices low for cash GEO H B WHITE & CO . Oeut's Furaishfng Store, 3Jt, Pa ave., bet ?th and 10th ktreeta. CH>R SALE.-A PORTABLE STEAM EN ? GIN E, three horse power, locomotive boiler It has been in uae at this ottoe, and is offered for suie because It 1? replaced with an engine of much greater power It will be found extremely aer vueaSle, and will be seld low for cash. Je 24-tf TO ALLTH4TVALUE TllETR SIGHT /Tobias; ^5 *ric\ TTTISHES TO CALL THE ATTENTION ? that suff*r wlttl datestive ?I*ht, caused by age. sickr e?3, and particularly from I^^WV<\!4k>a^?ctocted? to hl8 perl or k vi ii. GLASSES carefully ffround by himself to a true spherical accuracy, and bril liant transparency, suited precisely and benefi cially to the wearer according to the concavity or convexity of the eye. Very numerous a*e the ill enects caused to the precious organ of sight from the commencement of using glasses In not b^lnu precisely suited, by the use of nn O, tcmettr, and the practice of many years enables him to meas ure tLe focal disetue of the eyes, and such glass* es that are absolutely reouired will be furnished with precision and satisfaction JOHN TOBIAS acknowledges the very libe ral encoiiragement already obtained, and further solicits the patronage of tnose that have not vet availed themselves of his aid Persons that cannot conveniently call, by send ing the glasses In use, and state how manv Inch es they can read this print with their spectacles, can be supplied with such as will Improve their Innumerable testimonials to b? seen; and ref erences glveh to many who have derived the greatest ease and comfort from his glasses 5V2 BEV E\?TH?shr2 *' ? *?? ??ce, No. oji t-ji iu STREET, tkret doors from Odd Fillows' Hall, up stairs. ??, -y, Norfolk. September?, IS64. I ?In Tr y?u made for m* suit verv well, and seem to have improved my sight more than any other 1 have lately tried. LITT. W. TAZEWELL. u! te?trled "P411; of Spectacles ob ained Atom ir. i otnas and find them of great assistance to my sight, and corresponding with his description or the focus. I recommend him as a skillful op tlclan HENRY A. WISE. . ^e"n Indur*d by a friend to vloltthe es tablishment of Mr. Tobias for the purpose of fry- I Ing his glasses, I was furnished by him with* pair sllgW colored blue, which have afforded i..e more relief and gratification than any I have originally very good, was Injured by writing and reading at nigbt, fre quently to a very late hour; but with the aid of tbe?e glasses I can study almost as late as *ver and that too without the pain 1 have previously suffered JOHN WILSON. Late Commissioner Gen'l Laud Office. December 11, lt55. I have used Mr Tobias's Spectacles for three or four months, and take great pleasure in say ing that 1 am much pleased witn them. 1 have bees much benefitted by them May 5th, 185?. (iEOR. p. 8CARBURGH. ' 1 was recommenced to Mr. John Tobias as a vi ?F. ?. ? an<* as ' have eyes of remark able peculiarity, 1 was gratified to find that Mr. | seemed to comprehend them liy inspec tion and some slight measurement, and he has m"rtblyeapa ?' SPectacles tb*' ?uits me ad July 11, 1856. A. P. BUTLER. f WitMriiom, N. C> Jan. 27, 1851 .. ^*r- Job*. : Dear Sir?I am happy to say that the Spectacles wi.ich 1 obtained from you last week are entirely satlsf* torv. Prom an in-qual ify in the visual ranye of ray eyes, I bave bereto fonnd great difficulty in getting glasses of the proper foc^ distance. It affords me pleasure to state that, by the aid of your optometer, this diffi culty has been happily obviated so that the glasses you furnished me are dec dedly the beat adapted to my eyes of any 1 have ever yet used. Very respectfully, yours, R B DRANK, Rector of St James'Parish. Department of liiTiRioK, May 7, 1655. r rom natural defects and the unr qual range of my eyes, 1 have bten compelled to use glossator severai years. I have tried different opticians without obtaining glasses perfectly lilted to iny eyes. F our months since Mr. Tobias made two pairs especially for me, whicli 1 have f^und to serve me perfectly. By the use of his optometer he is enabed to adapt Glasses minutely to thieve I most cheerfully recommend Mr Tobias to all hiving occasion to use glasses and bear my testi mony as to his skill as an optician. HENRY ti. BALDWIN, Assist. Sec y to sign Land Warrants. P- 8.?OPERA GLASSES of great variety TELESCOPES Sc MICROSCOPES, WATCH ;^AKER GLASSES, and many other article* in this line at very low prices constantly on hand. Jy 18-ly ANNALSOF BRITISH LEGISLATION : tr? ^ Professor of Commerce at King's College, l^ondon, author of Commercial Law of the world, Levi's Mercantile Law, Ac , being a classified and analyzed summary of the legislation, proceedings, and papers of the House* of Lords and Commons. To be published in bi monthly or monthly parts during the parliamen tary sessions, and at intervals during the recess. Subscription, two guineas per annum The first number of the work may be examined atth-book "to e of FRANCH TAYLOK. "There is scarcely any other country in the world where legislation proceeds crdinarlly In so cautious a manner as In the United Kingdom Suggestions are made, inquiries are instituted reports are produced, and bills or projects of Jaws are prepared, which after passing the ordeal of parliamentary Investigation and discussion in both Houses, often become laws, and oftener ?tll] are remitted bac* to other committees of inquiry, and to the maturing Influence of time and public opinion. * In the course of these legislative proceedings most valuable f cts are collected, which illustrate the condition, wants, and prospects of society better than any other evidence, bring out tbe va rious phenomens of life with the truthfulness of contemporaneous history. " There is no country which possesses a more extensive executive machinery, with estahlijh ments spread over e .-<ry c?m?, all which are re sponsible to the State, and give anBual reports of their labor? reports which furnish tho best reper tory r,f the political, social, or commercial pro gress of the respective communities at home or abroad. Yet moit of the information thus an nually gathered Is, for all practical purposes, ren dered unavailable, owing to Its extent and com prehensiveness The inqnlrer recoils ftom ap proaching so great a bulk of heavy fo:Jos. and they are to him a labyrinth through whi h he cannot esslly find aclue The present publication Is Intended to give a new lire to these publ.c documents, and to bring out perspicuously what i- essentially usef il In them, whilst the docu ments will be classified In a manner which will them easily accessible to all " jyjg m P- H?OV*H'? BOOT, SHOK, A*D TRLNK ESTAB LISHMENT?I hav? on hand the largest and most extensive assort ment o' Gentlemen*' and Ladles' Sole l.eath-, efrTravllng Trunk,Iron and VV o o d F r a in el Packing Trunks, Vall-l^.,,,.H^ cm,Bonnet Boxes, new style; Carpet of all ? i If Also, a general assortment of Ladles , Cents', Boys', and Misses Shoes, all C# itilas. All wishing to purchase any of the above article* will flridit to their advan. tage to examine my stock before purchasing else where Call at 8 P HOOVER'Sf i 'ron Hail Pwn. ave., bet. inh and 10th Jill streets. MRS. M. F. HARVEY, (i'SccissoK to Jambs F. Harvkt, dkoiasio,) undertaker, DEG3 i bttwun O and H, O thai ah. h ^ fO INFORM THE PUBLIC "thatshe hr,s in fcer employ the w at were formerly in the establishment, who are ful iy competent to conduct the Undertaking Business and that every attention will b?T,,n in r?i ' day or night, as heretofore K m ' 31EDICAL card. D*. H. PEKAUEAU, GERMAN Hf)M l*'n pathlc physic ail, bu or Wuu.g?"?J Ofiles and Kei.ldenc? on I street, No. iss b*. tween 20th and 21st streets. ' ? B?HomeopUathlc medicines for sale, which the Doctor prepares himself with the greatest care, for Fever and Ague, for Biious and Bowel complaints, Ac., Ac. m 10-3m IJAKCI.AY'B NEW DICTIONARY, con a of Biography, and the useful Sciences. FERGUSON J* "?*t to Lammond, 48b 7th at. F7.CTBCTIO* AND IJiDEMSlTV FRO->l LOSS BY FIRE ! ?u"tscribed Capital and Surplus 91,36S,151 13? FARMERS AND MECHANICS' INSUR ANCE CO., OF PHILADELPHIA. i Office ntrthwest corner Pennsylvania avenue and Ylth s reet, Washington City, D. C. STh'i EMENT OP BU3INESS FROM THE 1ST day of Augtm to the 31*t day of December, 1855: Amiunt received ia marine premium*. .$tW,242 31 Do fire premiums 39,908 82 Total premiums for five months 108,151 13 Capital 1,250,000 00 1,358,151 13 Invested as follow?: * Bonds of Allegheny county, Pittsburg, and Philadelphia City6's $78,7-21 60 Railroad bond*, cost 33,400 00 Loans on first mortta?e of real estate.. 5y,950 00 Do blocks, collateial 30,384 00 Ca-h in bank and on l.and ll,0tf.! 22 Capital ?uh?cnbed 1,047,700 00 Premium notes, not matured 66 3*7 31 Due from agents (secured by bondr)... 18.853 61 Expense* and commission* 11,662 33 1 ,.'<58,151 13 T jtal amount of Iossts reported to 1st January, 185S: Fire ...?1,666 66 Manas 3 000 00 4,666 66 DIRECTOR 8. Hon. Thos. B. Florence, Charles Dingee, George H. Armstrong, Thomas Manderfield, Charles A Rubioam, Edward R. Helmbnld, George Helmbold, F. Carroll Brewster, James E Neall, I.aac Leech, Jr. THOMAS B. FLORENCE, President. EDWARD R. HELMBOLD, Secretary. LOCAL SURVEYORS. Charles Wa'ter, No. 397 I) street Jno. M. Tnornton,corner First street and Virginia avenue. James Williams, No. 22 Four and a half street. MARINE SURVEYOR. Capt. J. P. Levy, No. 474 Pennsylvania avenue. GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT. John Thomason. The business of this Company will ccmpare fa vorably with the most Huocesslul of similar institu tions til the United Slates From the 1st day of August, 1355, in five months, up ti !?t Janua y, 1856, the prtiniums received amounted to the larg'; sum of one hundred ?nd eight thousand, cue hundred and fifty-one dollars, with only forty six hundred and six y six dolla:s lowivs reported Wuh the*! evidence* of stieceE? and good mar a?em?nt, the directors feel justified in soliciting a sha'* of public patronage, beiieviru that tb^ si-cu riiy offered is arable and that a'l !air cla im wi'l be a ljjited more according to equity ftan legal techni calities. With a view of afTirding ampin indemnity to the public;, the company have deposited with MESSRS DUNCAN, SHERMAN, ? Ptj.. OF NEW YORK, THilK BANKERS, Ca>h and premium notes to provide an accruing Trust Fund of One Hundred Thousand Dollars, To bo held by ttiem as additional security to pol;cy holders for the payment of lo^es. The company i* prepared to issue policies against los< or damage by fire on DWELLINGS, PURNI TUK;-, MILLS, MANUFACT. Ill KM, WARE uOUSES, all descriptions of BUILDINGS, and their content-, or all kinds of MERCHANDISE, transported by VKSSELP, RTFAMB')ATS, CA NAL BMTS, f AIL'tOADS, and t>- usual cjfs vevances to or from any portion of Et ROPR and AMERICA, aiti on the hulU of STEAMBOATS navigating tlie western waters The lates of pr. rnium will b; as low ai other comjanieF, and in fixinz them ev^ty improvement in construction aid anangtmeni will be taken into consideration. All losses speedily adjusted and promptly yaid. Office northwest c rner Pennsylvania av<-nue and Seventeenth street, Washington city, D. C. Insurance may also he effected at the Home Ofllcc. Worthu-esi corner Wa I nut and Secon-l Street>, Phila delphia. Also, at the Com.<any'soffits: New York? A W. Th moson, No. .9 Wa'l street. Bosto. ? Oliver Brewster,- No 4 Sia'e street. Baltim ire? B. II. Richardson, No 72 Ha'tim >r?- street. Cinrin nati?Tav'or k Anthony. Charleston?J. H. Tay lor, No. 121 H. Fay street New Orleans?lla ma'. Doanc. Montgomery?Albert W lliams. Mobile? A. C. Waugh. Pittsburg?T. J Huu'er, No. !)0 Water 6trset Savannah- A. Wilbur, No. Ill Bay ?treet. Augusta?Cirardey, Whyte 4 Co. Atlai'a ? Marcus A. Bell. Trenton?Narr * C.cks Fond du Lac? Robert A Bak*?r. Vicksbjrg?J. Putnam. Buffalo? A Barker. Memphis -Vv. E Milton. Detroit?Thomas Fa m-r k Son. Milwaukir? Wellington Hart. WelDburg, Virginia ?La if nth Brown, jr. Erie, Pinrsylvaaia?AMeu A. C\aig Wyomirg, Pennsylvania R. C Smith. Louis ville -H. ti.Timbe.lake. Na hville?Jisepb N'ash. Port'and?I) Robi-son, jr. Chicago?E P. Ward San F.aoeisco? Wil.iam Bijgs. St. Louis?Th<w K. Courter.ay, geueial a rent lor the southern and western S:ate<. And in other principal cities of the United States by authorized officers of ihe com pany je 14-lyj AOENCY or THE Alliance Insurance Co. of Philadelphia, Capital 8300,000! Annual report for the year ending January 1, 1356. Aaseta of Ibe Company, couaUU:>( of Bond* and Mortga^ea on uneucnttibered r<-at eatate $110,004 08 Stocka of otbor Uorporatlona, worth par 23,6'20 00 C?ili <>u tiau<l HI,566 30 BtlIm rAf-elv?t>!?, cooaliitltig of Msrine notes and abort loan* $86,Ml 70 UlOck DuUM $H,3SG CO tl.U? 70 $219,420 00 Want# reratpt* for premtania dnrtng tti? y(>ar $112,1112 06 Paid for lua*?a and azpouaM durlu^ t?? year 71,133 OS P M. MORIAR I'Y, President. J MORRIS THOMPSON, Secretary. THE GREAT WESTERN FIRE INSUR ANCE CO OF PHILADELPHIA. Capital ?500,(M)0. Charter Perpetual. DIR1CTOBS. Charles C. L>ttbrop,5M Sprticc street. ,, Alexauder VVhllden, inercnant, 14 North Front ?treet. John C. Hunter, firm of Wright, Hunter A Co. K. Tracey, Ann of Tracey A tfaker. John R. McCurdy, tlrm of J ones, White A Mc Curdy Isaac H?lehurst, attorney and couasellor. James B Smith, firm of Jas H Smith A Co. Theo W Baker, Arm of Tracy A Baker. R. B. Walton, M0 Market slreet Thomas K. Limerick, 544 Spruce street. John J Baker, Goldsmith's Hail. CHARLESC LATHROP, President. THOMAS K LIMERICK, Secretary. Rlska changod from other companies to this, no charge for policy fee. Enquire at the oflice of J. E. Kendal', over K Morrow's Exchange Oflice first door West of W. B. Todd's Hat Store, on Pennsylvania avenue. ?a?7-a? DAVID MYERLE, Agent. 1XTHONY BUOHLY, irSFDERTAKBR, Shop and Rondonco 7?o 303 Ponn'a avenue, lonth tido, b&twoen 9th and 10th ?t? Having provided himself with an EL Ed ANT HEARSE, and all necessary conveniences fori properly conducting hU busktess, would respectfully inform the public that he 1s fully pr#par?d to fill all orders entrusted to him, 'at the shortest notice, and In the best manner. A large supply of READY-MADE COFFINS of all sizes, always on hand, which will be fur nished on the most reasonable terms. As heretofore, no pa'.ns will be spared to give entire satisfaction on all occasions. N. B.?Resid ng on the premises, orders will be piomptly attended to at ail hours. feb 7-ly J. iONNKLLY, Undertaker, No. 4<3 Stvtnlh strut, will side, bit. U and H, WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM the citizens of Washington and the adjoining counties that be is prepared to attend to mil orders at the shortest notice and on the most liberal terms > He will spare no puins to give entire satisfaction on all occasions. He guarantees to preserve the dead in the warmest weather for any length of time. A large supply of ready made COFFINS of all sizes and qualities, always on hand. Shrouds, Carriages, Hearses, and every other article furnished of the best quality. A share of the public patronage is respectfully

loilclted. iaar-1-if { H>KFOR.AVION STOCK*?StS<HHJ Corpo ration of Wasblagton Stock for sale at f?b'4ft~tf CHUBB BROTHERS EXCURSIONS, &c. GRAND CIVIC f MILITARY EXCURSION THE FOURTH ANNUAL EXCURSION MONTGOMERY GUARDS, TO THE WHITE HOUSE PAVILION, On MONDAY, August 4th. THB MONTGOMERY GUARDS beg leave to announce to their friend*. _ ^!k ' Civic ar.d Military, that ?' ?* give their Fourth Annual Excursion to the White House, on MONDAY, August4th, 1855. The first boat will leave Georgetown at & o'clk a m., Washington at ?, snd the Navy Yard at 9%, and will touch at Alexacdrla, and thence to the White House. Returning, will leaveat 6% o'clk The second boat will leave Washington at 'i. o'clk, 6. m , and proceed direct to the White House. eturnlng, will leave at 10 o'clk. The Montgomery Guards pledge themselves to si are no pains to make this Excursion as agrea blt- as any they have heretofore given. K efreshrr.ehts will be provided by an experl enc ?d caterer. E^uta's excellent Cotillon Music is engaged for .he occasion Tickets 0*E HOLLAR; to be had of the Co.nmitteeof Arrangements,at the Eldora House, and at the wharf on the day of the excursion. Committee of Arrangements. Capt Key, J.imt Callan, Lieut Kellehan, Quartermaster Maher, Sergt Burke, private Molone. jy **-7t FIRST ORAlfD EXCURSION OF THE Butchers of Georgetown, TO TKK GREAT FALLS ? WATER WORKS. THK BUTCHERS OF GEORGETOWN re spectfully inform their fellow^jfc ? craftsmen and the public that thty559i535SMi intend giving, on MONDAY, August 4th, an Excursion to the above named points. The commodious Packet-boat M. C MEIGS, Captain W. H Ritter, has been engaged for the occasion, and all who may accompany them ji'Hv :e?t assured that no rains will he srarrd to make It decidedly the most agreeable trip of the stason. Refreshments served on board the boat at city prices Tickets, admitting a gentleiran ar.'l lady, ONE DOLLAR. A large hall at the Falls for dancing ar.d the best Cotillon Musi , has been engaged for the oc casion. The boat will leave the wharf of W . H A H . G. Ritter at 0 a m precisely. Committee of Arrangements?The Georgetown Butchers. jy !48-6t WM H. HOMILLER, Pres't. W' TOPHAM te KORFLEI'I NEW AND CHEAT "ADDLE, HARNESS AND TF.UlfK STOBI, 4S19 Seventh st .oppositeOdd Fellows' Hall. ??A messrs. TOPHAM. late of Philadelphia, ana ?'jPIW^NORFLKT of this city,. * respectfully announce to ifc?lr friends and the public, that they have com menced the Saddling Business at the above stand, where they will malte and keep constantly on hur.d a large and superior assortment of?Mens', Ladle*;', end Bo}^ SADDLES, BRIDLES, MA RTfNG ALES, and WHIPS. HARNESS of every description, Wh for city and country use. All kinds of TRUNKS, VALISES, and OAR PET BAGS Ladies'SATCHELS, TRAVEL ING BASKETS, and FANCY WORK BOXES. HORSE BLANKETS. COVERS, COLLARS, and HAMES. licrse, Spoke, and Dust BRUSH ES. CARDS, CURRY-COMBS, SPONGES. Ac., Ac. All material used vrill be the beet that cr.n be obtained; and both cf us having been practical workmen fcr seveial years, we feel confident that our work cannot be su.?>assed, either for style or durability. By unremitting eSorte to give satis faction we hope to merit, and respectfully solicit, a sfaere of public patronage. I'asticuiar attention patd to covering Yraak* end repairing all kinds of work. Sadalerb'toolsconstantlv os hand. ?9T 7?tf HAJOU'S KID A r* D OTHER GLOVES. JNO H . SMOOT, No. 119 BR 1DGESTREET, Georgetown, has received, from New?, York, ladles Bajou's KID GLOVES ,[<[}'{ white, black and colored; gents, do do ;|) ladies and gents Jafl';ta Silk and Lisle ' Thread Gloves. Also, a first rate assortment of bleached end brown Cotton flose, ail qualities; bleached, brown and fancy Half Hose; misses and boys' Hcse and Half Hose. 1'artic'ilar attention being paid to keeping a t;ood assortment of the very best makes of the above goods, purchasers may depend upon get ting a good article as cheap as the same quality can beeought elsewhere. m 1-tr JOHN H. SMOOT. NOT1CK. ITHER3:S BRASS AN D STRING BAND lately of New York city, begs leave to in form the public of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, that they hre now ready to furnish the most fashionable and appropriate Music of the day for Plc-Nlcs, Excursions. Bal s and Parades on the most reasonab'e terms, at tl.e shortest no tice, by leaving orders at Mr HiLBUS'S Music Depot, on Pennsylvania avenue, f-orner of nth street, or at Mr. WITHERS' residence No. 515 Sixth street,corner of U, south aide, near the Gar rison. All orders promptly attended to. jy 23-lm? CHAUNCT VYAKKI.1EK, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER AHD DSAL1R IN Pine Watches, Jewelry, and Silver Ware. f^OLD SEALS, FOB AND VEST CHAINS, VJT FINE JEWELRY, S1L- ?_ VER SPOONS, FORKS, GOBLETS, CUPS, Ac., for sale at New Y?>rk prices. I RE PAIRINU.? The Chronometer, Duplex, Levor, Cylinder, Repeating, Musical, and other WATCHES repaired. Also, JEWELRY. Ac. No. 370 Pbsnsylvania. Av*ntJ*, betw'n Sixth and Seventh streets, Browns' Hotel hui ding, sign ofth^ GOLDEN WATCHES? ap 99-tf W ashing ton MAO. MOUNT'S CON*UMPTION UES< TROVER. This invaluable remedy can be had at No. .139 G street, between Eleventh and Twelfth, south side, oratihott's Apothecary cornet of 7th street and Pennsylvania avenue. References: Rer. Mr Phelps and Rev Mr. Reglsttr, Foundry church; and certificate fr-m the Rev J. Hanson jy 22-lm# CABAS, WORK CASES, RKTTICULliS, PORTFOLIOS, Ire. Hutchinson a munro have received direct from the manufactures a fine assort Bit nt of the above, embracing many new and desirable styles, and which tliey are enabled to sell at greatly reduced prices Also, constantly on hand a large assortment of Porte Monies, Card Cases Portfolios, Writing Cases,Ac. HUTCHINSON A MONRO, july5 310 Pa av., bet. 9th and 10th streets. REMOVAL. Dr. munson has taken and fitted up the house formerly occupied by Major Robert Keyworth, No. Pennsylvania avenue, and is now1 ready to fulfil his old engagements and make new ones. Dr. M. is still mazing those beautiful continuous Gum Teeth, called Allen s Patent, for the excellency of which over all other styles of teeth, many now wearing them in this city, will cheerfully vouch. There is one Dentist in this city who has been Infringing the patent, and made a bad imitation of it, against whom I nere by caution the pubUc N. B Whenever a Dentist speaks against Allen's Patent Continuous Gum Teeth, when properly constructed, it is because he is Ignorant of the process, Incompetent to make the work, or is unwilling to pay /or the patent. Dr. M. Is now extracting teeth without pain by a new and perfectly safe process. Reference* 113In former advertisement. Jel6-tf THK VIRGINIA SPRINGS. The following are the terms of Board at BURNER'S WHITE SUL PHUR SPRINGS, Virginia, vlt: Per week f8 00 Per month $30 00 Jy 10-1 m WILLIAM A. BATCJHELOK'S LIQUID HAIR DTE ^KILHULLY APPLIED, AND SOLD Whole sale and Retail at 91 BBS'S Hair Dressing Es tablishment on Pennsylvania avenue between ?th ant loth streets, and under Wlllards' Hotel, m tt-eo3ra EVENING ST A H. Lift Of Patents issued from the United States Patent Office for the week ending Jnly 2^, ls5d? each bearing that date : Alfred Bailey, of Amesburj, Mas*.?For improvement in pegging jacks. C D Barnitx. of Baltimore, Md?For im provement in portable folding tables. John W. Batson, of Triadelphia, Md , as signor to himself and M&rlin H Batson, of Md.?For improvement in raking apparatus of corn and cane harvesters John W. Batson, of Triadelpbia, Me., as signor to himself and Martin 11 Batson, of Md ?Fcr improvement in the cutting appara tus of corn and cane harvesters Henry J. Behrens, of New York. N. Y ? For improvement in machine for sawing stone in taper form. John F Doynton, of Syracuse, N. Y ?For improvement in apparatus for solar -alt evap oration Wm 11. Burnham and B. llibbard, of Cort land Village, N. Y.?For improvement in churns. E C. Cleveland, of Worcester, Mass.?For improvement in metal planers. A. S. T. Copeland, Pittsburg, Pa.?For im provement in sawing machinery. Algernon L. Cole, of Windham. Me.?For improvement in harness for weaving seamless bags. James R. Creighton, of Boston, Mass.?For improve shutter operator. Austin G. Day, of Seymour, Conn.?For improved fountain pen. Samuel Downer and Joshua Merrill, of Bos ton. Mass.?For improvement in pyrogenous lubricating oils Lewis S Fisher, of Waynesboro', Pa.?For improvement in machines for sawing marble Geo. W. Gerau, of Brooklyn, N. Y.?For improvement in fore and aft rig of vessels. Samuel H Oilman, of New Orleans, La ? Fur improvement in sugar evaporators. John P. Hay?, of Philadelphia, Pa.?For improvement in bake ovens. Charles iloyt, of West Aurora, 111.?For improved devices in stave machinery E. T. Ingalls, cf Haverfield. Mass.?For {improvement in steam boiler furnace. Ralph Henry Isham, of Greenwich, Conn ? For improved mode of 44 patching" rifle shot. James D. Jeffers, Joseph Sparks, ard John II. Jeffers, of Philadelphia, Pa ?For improve ment in corn planters F. R Langwith, of New York, N. Y.?For improved clamp for plumbers Samuel W. Lowe, of Philadelphia, Pa ? For portable printing press John McMurtry, of Fayette county, Ky.? For improved atavo machine. Patiick Mihan. of Boston, Mass ?For im- i proved method of inserting faucets into fluids under pressure. A. C Miller, of Morgantown, Va.?For im provement in hand seed planters. Campbell M<>rfit, of Baltimore, Md.?For improvement in sof.p boiling apparatus John M'.ore, of Quincy Point, Mass.?For improvement in potatoe planters. James Myers, jr., of New York, N. Y.?For improvement in coal shuttles. John Nesmith, of Lowell. Mass.?For im- 1 provemert in knitting machines. Washington F. Pagett. of Stone Bridge, Va For improvement in machines for binding grain, <ic. Tnomas Par tes and Alfred Parkes, of Brook lyn, N. Y.?For improved printing liress. T. T. Prosser, of Oconomowock. Wis.?For improved sewing machine James Reynolds, of New York. N. Y ? For improvement in gutta percha apparatus for covering wire Solomon W. Ruggles, of Fitchburgh. Mass. For pick pocket detector. Nelson Ruger, of West Farms, N. Y.?For improved devices in carving wood. G. H. Starbuck <fc L D. Oilman, of Troy, N. Y.?For improvement in smut machines. Alva B. Taylor, of Newark, N. J.?For im provement in machinery for forming hat bodies. Miron Smith, of 6andisfiell, Mass.?For im provement in ox yokes. G. W. Walton & 11. Edgarton, of Wilming ton, Del.?For improved method of turning ellipsoidal torms. AugustinD Waymotb,of Titchburgh. Mass. , For improved machine for manufacturing < spools. Cromwell P. Weaver, of Philadelphia, Pa. j For improved modo of hanging window sash. , Josep- Wharton, of Philadelphia, Pa.?Fori improvement in apparatus for purifying white ; oxide of tine. C. B. Wheeler A Austin Bascoin, of Steu ben, O.?For improvement in clover seed har vesters. ^ Benjamin F Wheelock, of Mayviile, Wis. For improvement in sad iron heaters. James Wilder, of Boston, Mass?For im provement in machines for cutting out soles of boots and shoes. John Wright, of Wilmington, Del.?For im provement in apparatus for smoking meats Jacob Zimerman, of Oswego, 111.?For im provement in cultivators. Ethan Allen, of Worcester, Mass ?For im provement in moulds for hollow projectiles. S. C Mendenhall A J. Conner, of Rich mond, Ind.?For improvement in flour bi.lts. 1 Thos B. Atterbury and Wm. Warwick, of : Pittsburg, Pa , assignor to Warwick, Atter- \ bury A: Co., of same place.?For improved face plate for locks. J. S. Brown, of Washington, D. C., assignor to Joseph Kent, of Baltimore, Md.?For im provement in bee hives. Theodore F. Engelbrecht, of Now York, N. Y., assignor to himself and Thomas C. Nye, of samo place.?For improvement iu chimney dampors. Joseph Goodridze, of Boston, Mass., as signor to Boston Faucet Company, of same place ?For improved faucet Geo Kenny, of Milford. N. H., assignur to Geo Kenny aud George N Davis, of Boston, Mass.?For improvement in whiffle trees Alfred Swingle, of Boston, Mass., assignor 1 to Elmer T<>wnscnd, of same place.?For im- j proveinent in pegging jacks. John C. Sh<>re}, of Rochester, N. II , as- : signor to Augustus J. Webster, of same place. | For improved method of operating gales for water wheels Lie-issur.?Wm. 11. Guild and Wm. F. Gar rison, of Brooklyn, N. Y.?For improvement in operating valves in direct acting cteam en gines Patented March 27, 1856. Designs.?Joseph Hackett, of Louisville, Ky.?tor design lor oo< king stoves. J Shepherd R Shepherd, of New York, N. Y ?For design for clock fronts Benjamin Wardwell, of Fall River, Mas* , and EphraiinR. Barstow, of Providence. R. I. ?For design for cooking stoves. Mas Killed by his owk CorKiM ?On Sat urday night laet, a man who resided in Twen ty-ninth street was killed in a most singular manner. The following are the peculiar cir cumstances, as far as our reporter has been abla to learn them?for, in consequence of tho opinion entertained concerning hit relatives by tho deceased, who was a man of oonsider able wealth and respectability, they have made great effort to keep the particulars from the purlio ear. It appears tbat nearly a year ago the deceased, who was fifty-three years of age, became strongly impressed with an idea that, when he should die, the parsimonious disposition of his relatives would lead them to put him in a cheap coffin, while he had a strong desire to be buried in one of polished rosewood, lined with white satin and trimmed with silver. Soon after this strange idea got possession of his mind, he discovered an ele gant ooffin in one of the principal warehouse*, which suited him. He purchased il lor *75 ; had it sent to his residence at nightfall, and stowed it away in a small closet adjoining his bed*room, where it remained until the accident THE WEEKLY STAH, This excellart Family an4 News Journal?eon talnlng a greater variety of Interesting reading than can be fain* In any other?Is published on 8et<ir 4ay morning ttaai. Single copy, par fl * TO CLVB*. Five Copies f5 ?H? Ten eoplfi f ?#> Twenty lft Wt cr Cash, mvitiaaLv in ituaca. Single copies (la wrappeia) can be procured at tbe counter. Immediately after ike lMue of tbe paper. Prloe?Tnai Ciiti Po*twho net?? agents will beallewed a commission of twenty per cent. How it occurred i? not known to a certainty, for the first intimation tbe family bad of tbe lamentable occurrence was from a sen-ant, who, on going to call bim to breadfasl, foutd tbe door wide open, and tbe deceased lying upon tbe floor dead, with bis coffin at bit side. She screamed, which soon brought tbe family, and on raising the body tbe skull was found crushed in upon tbe brtin. lie wm discov ered about 80 clock jesterday morning, when, to all appearance, be had been dead several hours On examining the eloeet, a battle containing a quantity of sherry wine was found, and a? Saturday night was exces sively warm, he is supposed to have gone to the closet in order to procure the wine to use with some ice-water be had on a small table by bis bedside. It is thought he must have sought for it in the dark, and by some mistake upset tbe coffin, which stood nearly upright. Becoming sensible that it was fall ing. be probably made an effort to get away, when be fell, and the outer end straek his bead with sufficient force to fracture bis skull and cause almost immediate death. The in quest will be held with all possible aeerery. Tbe unfortunate impression of the deees?ed concerning bis relatives is a sufficient reason for withholding the names of the parties.? N. Y. Times. A SHY AT THE CATS. We stated a long time ago that there would be trouble some moonlight night among the cats that congregate on tbe long shed in the rear of our dwelling. We gave notice that we bad wasted more wood on them than we were able to spare?that we had used up all tbe brickbats that we could lay our bands on? that wo bad thrown away something lest than a ton of coal?and had smashed a window on the opposite block. All this proving of no avail, we said we had got a double-barreled gun, and percussion caps, and powder and shot; and some morning, after a moonlight night, somebody's cat would'nt come hou:e to breakfast, or. if it did, it would be troubled with the dumps. We gave fair notice of our grievances, and what we intended to do about th?m. Well, the moon came up one Monday night, with her great round face, and went waltiug up the sky with a queenly step, throwing her mantle of brightness over the whole earth. We love the calm of a moonlight ni^ht in the siill spring time, and the cat* of our part of the town love it, too; from the sheds around National Garden?from tbe kitchens and the ctahies?creeping stealthily and softly along the tope of fences, and along the sheds, and clambering up the boards that lean against the outbuildings, they sit themselves down, more or less ot tuem: in their old trysting place*?riiht opposite our chamber window To all this we have in tbe abstract no objec tion. If a cat wishes to take a quiet walk in the moonlight?if he choses to go out for his pleasure or profit?it is no particular business of ours, and we hav'nt a word to say. Cats have rights, and we have no disp<*ition to interfere with them But they must keep peace They must get up no disorderly meet ing, no unlawful assemblies. If they choose to hold a convention, they ctu do it for all of us?hut they must go about it decently and in order. They must talk their matters over calmly ; there must be no rioting, no fighting Tbey must refrain from the use of profane lan guage ; they inust'nt swear. There's law against all this, and we warned them long ago that we would stand no such nonsense. We said we would let drive among thero with a double-barreled gun, loaded with powder aad duck shot, aad we meant it But these cats didn't believe we had any powder and shot. They did nt believe we bad any gun, or knew Low to use it, if we had. And one great Mal tese (with eyes like two plates and a tail like a Bologna sausage,) grinned and spluttered, and spu in derision and defiance at our threat* 44 \ ery well/' said we; 44 very well, Mr Tom Cat. very well, indeed On your bead be it, Mr Tom Cat. Try it on, Mr. Thomas Cat, and see how you'll get the worst of it " We said the moon came up on Monday night, with her great round face ; and all the littlo stars bid themselves, as if ashamed of their twinkle in the splendor of her bright ness We retired, after tbe baby had been put to sleep in his crib, and the rumble of the carriages and cart* bad ceased in the street*, and the screa:n of the ten o'clock train had died away in silence, with a quiet conscience, and tbe confidence that we should find that repose to which one who has wronged no man during the day is justly entitled. It may have been eleven o'clock, possibly midnight, when were awakened from a pleasant slum ber by a babel of unearthly sounds in the rear * f our chamber. We knew what these sounds meant?they had oost uj fuel enough to have last us a week. We raised the window, and there, as of old. right opposite us. on the no.-th end of that old shed, was an assemblage of all tbe oate in that part of the town We wont be precise ns to the number, but it is our honest belief that thero was no less than three hundred of them, and if one among them was silent we didn't succeed in discovering which it was X.icrc was that same old Maltese, with his great saucer eyes and sausage tail, and over against bim was a monstrous brindle, and uti nt her right was an old spotted ratter; and <?n bis left was one black as a wolf's mouth, all but his eyes, which glared with a sulphurous and lurid brightness ; and. dotted all around over a space of thirty feet square, were doi ens more, of all sites and colors?aud such growling, and spitting, and shrieking, and swearing, never before broke with hideous discourse tho silence of midnight. We loaded our double barreled gun by can dlelight; we put plenty of powder and a handful of shot into each barrel. We ad* justed the caps carefully, and stepped out of the windew upon the narrow roof upon which it opens We were then just eighty feet from tbe oat convention ; end we addressed oursetf to tbe chairman?the old Maltese?in a dis tinct audible voice, and cried " scat." He didn't recognise our right to the floor, but went on with the business of the meeting. "Scat!" cried we, more emphatically thau before, but were atswored by an extra shriek from the chairman and a fiercer scream from from the whole assembly. 44 Sjat once!" we cried again, as we brought our gun to a pre sent. "Scat twice!" and we aimed straight at tbs chairman, covering a dozen others in tbe range. "Scat, three times '" and we let drive. Bang went tho left hand barrel, and bang went the right hand barrel. Such scamper ing. such leaping off tbe outbuildings, over tbe top of tbe wood shed, was never seen be fore The echoes of the firing bai hardly died away when tbe whole assemblage was broken up and dispersed. ' Thomas." said we the next morning to the boy who does chores for us, " thero seems to be a cat asleep out on tfeatbed; go up and scare it away." Thomas clambered upon the shed, and went up where the cat lay, and lifting it up by tbe tailt haloed back to us : "The cat can't be waked up; it can't b? acared away?it's dead." After examining it awhile, " somebody has been a t>hootin' of it. by thunder !" said he, as he tossed it down into tbe yard. 44 You don't say so said we. lhat was the old Maltese, the chairman of the convention, but be won't preside over an other very soon. We don't know where he boarded, or T7ho claimed title of hia. Wbat we do know is, that it oost ue a quarter to have him buried or thrown into tbe river, and if any body owned him, all we ask is that be should pay us back our quarter, and the dif ference between his value and the powder and shot we expended on him We throw in the vexation of baing broken of our reat, and the wickedness of Ufcicg certain expletives which are not to be found in auy of the religious works of the day.