Newspaper of Evening Star, September 4, 1856, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated September 4, 1856 Page 1
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THE EVENING STAB, rCBLIIHCD KVKKT AFTKRKOOR, (EXCEPT 8UNDAY,) At tU Sit B?*Ut*ft,t0rn4r ?/ PfMuylemUa mmm ui EUvtnti strut, By W. D. WALLACE, Will be serred to subscriber* by carried at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agents; papers served In packages at 37# cents per month. To mall subscribers the sub ?erlptton prleels THREE DOLLARS AND FIF T7CENT3if?utSK(r?Ki, TWO DOLLARS for six months, snd ONE DOLLAR for three months; for less than three months at the rate of U4 cents a week. SINGLE COPIES ONB CENT. VOL. VIII, WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 4, 1856. NO. 1,115. THE WEEKLY STAB. alaln* a grater of latersrtlag madia* than can be found la aay other?Is pa Wis hod oa ?*st*f | day morning Single copy, per aBBam..#******************1 to CLVB% ^ ^ F>?e eopies *?? J Ten copies ...?.??????*? ' * Twenty oeptes - * " CT c*?l, IRUtlULT I* UITOICI | inrSlnRlecoples(lBwr*ppe?s)c*?bep?Mi?rrd at the counter, Immediately after the l???e of the paper. Prloe? Taaaa Cuts Poktm a sraas whs set as areata will beallow??d ! a commission of twenty pet cent. PROTECTION AID INDEMNITY FROIt LOSS BY FIRE t a'"' $1|3}?)1J1 13* FABXERS A1TD MECHANICS' IH8TTR. AHCE CO . OF PHILADELPHIA. OSte n?rtkirext cvrnrr Pennsylvania arrnue and 17<A t'reel, Waihin'trm City, D. C. STiTEMRNT OF BUSINESS FROM THE 1ST day of Atig'W to the 3lst day of December, * Amvmt recdvcd in ma.-ine premiums. .**,942 SI Do firj premiums T .tal premiums for five month# ii! Capital i, ^ 1,358,131 13 Invrsted aslbHowe: ?3J - L^?of|b?*t m irt?a?e of real eatat".. 59,950 00 Do stocks, collateral.. S'JS m Ca?h in hank aad on hand 11,0W 23 Capital ?ubscnb;:d ..... '^rvt Pmniuin notp.^i not DD.eJO/ oi iw from a rents (iweiired by bonds)... 18,853 61 Eipensesaad comrai?iu?a 11,662 33 1,358,151 13 Total amount of Iiwj reported to 1st January, 1856: V|M ..#1,666 66 *?<**"? 4,666 66 DIRECTORS. U ,n. Tn"w- B. Fi >r-n*es rharles Dingee, G**ir H. Arm iron?, Thomas Ma-iderfic d, _ rna'i'a A Rib:cam, Edward R- llelmbold-. d?* f H<*linb >14, P. Carroll Brewster, l.jncH E NeaU. I.aac L?*ech. Jr. TH')M H. FLORENCE, President. EDWARD R I1BLM80LD, Secretary. LOCAL SURVEYORS. Chartes Wa'tcr, No. 397 D street. jno. M. Tnornton,corner Firs: street and Virginia avenue. , ._ J*ro;s Wil'iam-?, No. 22 Four-and-a half street. MARINE SURVEYOR. capt. J. P- Levy, No. 474 Pennsylvania avenue. GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT. John Thomson. The bnsine?s of this Company will compare fa vorably with the m-??t saeeesjful of similar institu tions in the United States. Prom tue 1st day of August, 1855, in five months, up t . l*i January, 1956. the premiums received *:n Minted *? thf large sum of one hundred and eight thousand, on? hundred and fifty-one dollars, with only forty six hundred ani sixty six dattars losses reported. _ , With these evidences of success and good man agemeat, the directors feel justified in soliciting a ehaxe o'piblie patronafe b-lievin* that the secu rity offered is am ?le and that all fair claims will be adjusted moreacordingto equity than legal techni calities. ... v With a view of a(T?rding ample indemnity to the public, the company have deposited with MESSRS DUNCAN, SHRRMAN, * CO., OF NEW YORK, THEIR BANKERS, Cash ar?J premium notes to provide an accruing Trust ruodof One Hundred TKtxuand Dollars, To lw held by tn*m a- a '.ditional security to policy holders f >r the payment <?f losses. The company is prepared to issue p >licies against loss or darna*e by hr* on DWELLINGS, FURNI TURE, MILLS, MANUFACTORIES, IVAKE *r>USRS, al descriptions of BUILDINGS, and la^.r e-mtent-*, or all kinds of MFRCUANll^S, Iranimrted by VKSSKLS, STEAMBOATS, CA NAL'I1MTS, RAILROADS, and th*- usual <*on veva ices to or from any portion of CviR')!'K and AMERICA, and on the hulls of STEAMBOATS navigating the western waters Tn-; rates of premium will b? as low as other companies, and m lUinc them every improvement in construction and a*ra ig?*m .-nt will b': taken into e >n?i 1-tra'ion. A!l losses speedily aljustei and promptly paid. 0?fi:e uorlhwestc rner Pennsylvania avenue and Seventeenth street, Washington ciiy, D. C. Mturuncr ???ay aho h^effes'ed at t\c Honk 0,1tce, Sortkur^t corner Wtun U and Stand Streets, Phila delphia. \lso,at the Company's"fficrs: New fork? A W. Th mpson, No. 10 Wall street. Boston? CMlv-r Br??w<:?T, No 4 State street Baltimore? B li. Ricnardsou, N i. 72 Baltimore street. ?.Mncin nati?Taylor * Anth">ny Charleston?J. II. Tay. lor, No. 1*21 R. Bay street New Orleans?Ha-man Duaie. Monigom-ry?Albert W liiams. Mobile? A. C. Waijh Ptiuburg?T. J Hunter, No. 90 Water street Savannah- A. Wilbur. No. Ill Bay street. Augusta?Girardey, Whyte 4 Co. Atlanta ? Ma'eus A. Bell. Trenton?Narr k Cocks Fond da La^?Robert A Baker. Viek.?b'ir??J Putnam. Ba'Taio?A Barker. Memphia? w. E Milton. f?*trMt ?Tnomas Pa'mer k Son. Milwaukie?A. We.iagton Hart. Wellsburg, Vtrgmia?Dan forth B*i.vn, jr. Erie, Pennsylvania?Alien A. Craig. Wyoming, P^nnsy.vania - R. C. Smith. Ivmis ville?H. rt. Tlmberlafce. Na?hviUe-Joseph Nash. Portia ll?D. Robinson, jr. Chicago?K P. Ward. Was F aicwco? Wil.'iam Bijgs. St. Louis?Thos. K. Omrteoay, genera' arent lor the southern and w^tera States. And in other pno:ipal cities of the United Slates by authorixed otficers of the com pany^ ja lviyt WHOLESALE PAPER WAREHOUSE. THE undersigned respectfully Informs the public that he has taken the store r vote In Polklnhorn's new Building*, No 377 D street, between 6th and 7th. for the purpose of commencing the WHOLESALE PAPER COM MISSION BUSINESS. He has now on band, and thr ugh his arrange ments with some of the largeet firms at the North Is constantly receiving, large lota of Printing, Writing end other PAPERS, which he l?eelllnt at manufacturer's prlcaa. Those dealing In the articles would do well ta oall, before purchasing e.sewhere an *t-#o6t EDWARD TOWERS. PIANOS! PIANOS! WE HAVE NOW IN STORE THE LAR gest and most reliable stock ?f Pianos ever ofrred In this cltv, con HI ffl aisting of ever f sixe, style and flnLsh, from Bos ton and New Yoik celebrated manufactories, ranging In prices from S175 to 0600. oldrlanos taken In part payment for new, lib eral discounts for cash Also, aiwavs on hand, Aoeordeons, Melodeons, Gnltars. Vlollna, Flutes. Strings, Ac. cT PI a N OS FOR KENT, by the evening, month, quarter, or year JOHN F. ELLIS, au 20 3W Pa. avB , near 10th street _ INTHO.IT Bl'CHLT) 7WD?RTAEEH, Shop an<l Roe id# nee Ns. 303 Pann'a svenos, south tide, hitweoa 9th and 10th it*. Having provided himself with in HLKUAXT HEARSE, and all n?;< ssarjr conveniences fori properly conducting hit bus Sues*, wou'.l respectfulVy inform tha public that he la fully pr?pare?i to 111 ail orders entrusted lohlm, at the suoru*t notlca, and In th* best manner. A tarve supply of READY-MADE COFFINS Mall sfxev aiwavs on hind, which will be fur nished on the moat reasonable terms As heretofore, no pains wM be spared to give entire satisfaction on all occasions. N B ?Resid ?u on the premises, orders will be promptly attended to at all hours. fob 7-1t J. CONNELLY, Undertaker, .V# V?3 SnisU stfMl. vim tt44, bet u and H, WOULD respectfully INFORM tke elttaes" of Washington ""1 ? tne adjoining conntlos that he Is^^^mm^ prepared to sttend to all orders at the storteet notice and on the moat liberal terms* He will spare no pains to give entire satisfaction os all *vje.\slons. He guarantees to preserve the d -ad In the warmest weather for any length of time. A large snppiv of ready-made COFKlNSof all sli?*fl and qualities, always on hand. S&ro ids. Carriages, Hearses, and every other article furnls hod of the beat quality. A shsre of the public patronage Is respectfully solicited mar J4 tf MRS. at. e. HAKvet, (Svccassoa to Jambs F. Haeviy, oiciasil),) UNDERTAKER, tfo. 410 S?-*?U Ilrs.1, bet wen ? and H, Begs leave to inform the public that she has In her employ the , - same persons that were formerly In the establishment, who are fully cn npetc.it tx>conduct the Undertaking Business; and ihat every attention will be given to eUls, day or uljih?, ss heretofore. m i? ?m rpu BET ALL THE NEW KDUkS, MA 1 jfazlnes, Papers, Ac , call at in ti FERGUSON'S,4rtSSeventh st. C^OHi'OKlTJiDN STOLE*?Sfr.OQQ Corpo ess OFFICIAL. Tkiashrt Dspabtmbrt, May 38,1656. Notice la hereby given to the holders of the ?tock issued pursuant to the act of Congress of 23d July, 1946, that such stock is redeemable by Its term*, and will be paid at the Treasury on the surrender of the certlfeates thereof, on the 13th of Not ember next, when Interest thereon will cease. This department will continue 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'a 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 specified In the certificates; On suoh stock received between the 1st and 31st days of August, one-fourth of one per cent; And on such stock reoelved after the3lst day of August, the Interest accrued thereon, and one day's additional Interest only, will be paid. Certificates of such stock transmitted under this notice must be duly assigned to the United States by the part? entitled to receive the pur chase money; and when sent prior to the 1st J uly the current half year's interest mu>t also be as signed by the present stockholder, otherwise such Interest will be payable as heretofore. And notice Is further given to holders of other stocks of the United States that this department will purchase the same betweea the 1st day of June and the 1st day of December next, unless the sura of SI ,500,000shall be previously obtained, and will pay for the same, in addition to the in terest accrued from 'he day of the last dividend of Interest, and one day's additional interest for the money to reach the vendor, tfce following rates of piemlnm: On stock of the loan of 1813, a premium of 10 per cent.; On stoek of the loans of 1847 and 1948 a premium of lfl per cent.; And on stock issued under the act of 0th Sep tember, 1950, commonly called Texan Indemnity stock, a premium of 6 per cent. Certificates transmitted under this notice should be duly assigned to the United States by the par ty entitled to receive the money; and If sent pre vious to the 1st July, the current half-year's In terest 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 drafte on the assistant treasurers at Bos ton. New York, or Philadelphia, as the parties entitled to receive the money may direct. JAMES GUTHRIE, ra29-dtl3Nov Secretary of the Treasury. OFFICIAL. Treasury Departmest, August SO, 16 )6. Wher'ai the following joint resolution of Congress has bscoia? a law: Joist R> solution extending the lim* for the crcdi torsof Texa< to present 'heir cla im Resolved 'jv the Senate and House of Reprettila tir?i of the United States of Jltnerit a ?? Vongrw tt? irmhled. That a?. ajreeab v to the pre vi?i?n of the fiairth section ot the act of the iW.h of Prb.-ua y, *4 to provide fir the lavm^nt of such creditor ot the late rcpub ic of Texas as are comprehended in the act of Coagresg of September 9tb, 1850," no tice, by public aiv :rtisem?nt, was duly given for the space of ninety days by ibe Secretary of the Tre?iuiy. of the time at which payment of the am iunt appropria'ed by the fifth section of said act would be raalc,;rro rata, on a- y b >nd, certificate, or evidence of debt of raid Hta e, which should be presented a'the Trea?ury Department thirty <*a\M preceding the I3th day of June, Itijfi, the limit of Faid notice; aid ai it is represented by the said H^cretary of the Trea<ury, tbat of paid binds, cer tifire,cs, and evidences ot deb', winch have been recognized by the 8?ate of T?x?>, th? sain?, equal to th i sum of three hundred and eighty nine thous and six hundred and ninety three dollars and seven cents were not pm?enied to the Trra;ury Oej atm-nt prior to the *a*d 13th of June, therefore, in order to do ful! ju<Uce to the holders of a-d debt, the riecre 'ay of the Tr?i?;ury is hereby a itiorized to pay to the holders of a*?y of the faid binds, certificated, or evidences, of deb-, not presented before the Kith day of June la t, who inay present a d prove the neat the Treasury hepa tm-nt. between the 13. h day of June la<t and the 1st day ofJanua-y next, aid execute the proper rebates u> the L'nu-u Stages aid the State of Texa*, their pro rata chare of the >aid seven m IIion s? ven hundred aid fifty thousand dollars; and after payment thereof, the /aid Secre lary ot tbe Tr?a Miry is authorised and recunre.d to distribute and pay the residua of the taid seven mil lion* He ven hundred and fifty thousand dollars, then rema ning in the trr a?ury, pro rata, among-t all the faid nolders who may have proved their cla inland exee'ited ths proper releases on or before the 1st day of Janua y next. Appruv d August 18th, lbo6. N'oncsii itc&cBT oivxrr to the holrfc.i- of bonds, cert flutes, and evidences of debt of the late repub Ik of Texas, which were not presented ai this de parim?nt on or bsfore the 13th day of June la it, that the fame will be settied and the pro rata amount tLereon will be paid to the lawful holders thereof if presented before the firrt day of January next, ac companied with the neees-a'y evidence of their geo* alnenees, with a*>ignm;nu to the Uniied States,re quired to jive this deja'tment the custody of such b inds, cortiflcatts, and svideno-s of d'bt, and wiih relea-tes to the United S ales and Texas, iu accord ance wi Ji the provisions of the act of Congress of >Jth February, IB06. This de(?rtmcnt will not require ?vidence of gen uineness to be presented with the certificates issued by the auditor and comptroller of Teias under the la vs of the Slate. But it possesses no means of ver ifying the certifica'.es, bonds and promissory aotcs issued by the republic of Texas, and not presented to, nor a idlied by, the officers of th? Stale. The necessa'y and proper proof of the genuineness of the latter is the ceitifl ate of the comptroller o! the State of Texa?, who has the oAioial charge of the original arsbives relating to the debt of ths late re2 pubic of Texas Th* alignment and releases may be executed and acknowledged in the presence of the As-Utaul Secretary of the Treasury, or the chief clerk thsreo', in the presence of a notary public, and be witnessed by the Assistant Secre*wy, or chief clerk a d nota ? y, and be certified by the nota y under hunofa f *1 seal, but when me holders desire to make the alignment and execute the rolfa*e* out of fhe city of Washington, it may bs done in the presence of an a*?i?tant treasurer, or eollee*or, or surveyor of the custom*, in the presence of a note y puBlic, and be witnessed by the collector or suivcyor aad the ntv m'y public, and be certified by the nota'y under his notarial sen'; andiftVere be no collector or survey or ofihe custciui at the place where the party re ?'<Jfs, th? a^si?nm<-nt and releaies may be executed before any court of record, In the pretence of the judge and cltrh thereof, and be witnessed by tbein, a >.d certified by ths clerk under his s*al of office; a4d if the holder be out of the Unifd tfte'cs, the as signm :nt a id rukases b"j executed before any United Sta'esconsul, alid bi witnessed andoertified by him under his -onsu.ar s??t. All persons exv euting such a?lgmaM,u aad releases m ast also dc clare, under eatto, before the nota.y, clerk, or ooa sul, a< the case may b", that they are the real own ers of the certificates or other evidence* ef debt, cr ttiat the laine have luen aisigntd to them, bona fide, fjr colIeetioR ; and the no'ary, clcrtt, or oonsni inurt laclcds the fact of tLatdeclareuon in their cei. ufl ate of acknowledgment. If assigned lor collcotion, or in pledgs, ths nam* of the i?rty holding the beneficial or residuary in teiM in the claim muat b? stated in the affidavit and a release to the United State* and release to Texas must be duly necntfd by snch party, to gether with the alignment and releases from the person in whose Jhvor settlement and jayment is requested. One or more audited certifiratcp, or on? or more evidence of the tains character of debt, may bs in cluded in the same alignment, releases, and atfida vit of ownership, if each certificate is correctly de scribed by nu:uber, date, amount, and tarns of the original payee. It should also appear whether the certificates were issued by the authorities of the Hiateof Teans, on account of the debt of the repub lie, or were issued by the republic of Texas, accord ing to the fact* of cach case. The assignment to the United States maybe made in common form : the rebates should bj dtawn ac cording to the forms subjoined?A and B. JAMES GUTHRIE. Secretary of the Treasury. form Jl. Know aU persons by these presents that ha< relea'ed.and hereby rel?as??, the United Sta'es of Amnica from all further liability or c'a m for the payment of certificate or evidence ofd?-br number , for the sum of ? , i-mued by the late republic of Texa*, (or by the authorities of the State ol 'lVxas, as the c:ise may b ?,) and re dti 'iied by the United 8!a'es 111 accordance with the provisions of an act of Congress entitled "An act to provi .? tor the payment of such creditor* of the late republic of Texas a* ar* comprehended in the act of Congress of Heptember nine, fifteen hundred and fifty.*' approved the 28th day of Fedruary, IR'?5,and an act of the; Jtatc of Texa?, approved the 1st of February. 1HT>6. A# witness my hand and sia!. Form B. Know all persons by these presents that ? ha< r< l?>ased. aid hereby releases, the S'a'cof Texas fr< in all further liability or c!atm for the pay ment of certifiea'e or evidence of rf. b: number , for the sum of $ - , issued by the late re - public of Texas,(or by the authoiities of the 8ta'e ot Texa*, a 4 the case may be,) and redeemed by the United States in a-conlaiice with the provisions of an act of Congress, entitled " An act to provide for the payment of sti~h ci editors of the la:e republic of Texas as are comprehended in the act of Confess ot September nine, eighteen hundied and fifty,'/ approved the 23th of February, 1855, and an act of the tfta'.e of Texas, approved the 1st of February, 1856. As witness my hand and seal. The following is a list of the audited certificates still outstanding: So. Issued to. ' TD Tompkins 18 Bukman Canfield 31 John A Clifton M >1 K Muse 53 R O liobbs 84 J De Cordova 92 John Burr.inpbam So. ted to. lfi.19 Oscar Engledow 1675 Trustees ot Austin Ctllego F>82 G II Monfa'tat & Co Ifi11? John Karner 1704 Daniel Carl 1739J 135 Phinra-) De Cordova 1733 \ " NV\a>cott 176 E Hatdwin 1746 John IV Portu 191 Janv-s Tilghmai 192 Math a) Clark 20) 1 '.!0< / Etha 1 Earle 3*8 O lllinr-au 344 J E Wade 36S Peter.- &. Booth 395 Lott Hinted 404 S Rinc^ley 427 J Parker, for Elira- |H 1 ^ > 1770 J K Elliott 1807 Harriet George 1^16 Miin^ H Bennett 18>;t Na'haniel Rudder 1K1I /Levi Tvler, adm'r 1833 $ of VV M Kelly 1838 Wildey 1830 George Sutherland 1811 J P Hennings b?*th Pa'ker, ex'x 437 lien- diet Dayley 445 Lrartder Hi a?Hi 4fi? VVm Odlin 46? John W King 509 T B VVrbb 510 A 8 Thtrmond .Vi8 Tiio* \V Marshall 6A1 f)HVid H Kaufman 613 George VV Parker J C Eceles 1H4J/' l*i I Edmund Cal linger 185*2 J I' I.or an 1 V*> C P Green I8fi?> Dav.d Avrcs 18 .0 Thomes F James 1><78 c Schiedl* maiiti 1880 J F Jew? tt 1837 F Emma 1*99 Partil'a Lrc (>44 t'rutcherfcMcllavenl9-20 V A- Cros.meyer fiS}w,n F,?wcr t>o3 J A Siinrxion 6'9 VVm II Belcher 077 H ll Williams "01 Felix Ricdcr ipy Robert l>al?; 77.J Win Jones 779 Wm Walker 793 Dyer P?arl 8 2 Ir-aac L Hill 863 Hermosan Brown 871 John W Bower 879 Jamm McMaster 9.4 Dyer P' a I 1922 Gilb'rt Joiinson 1928 Robert i.usk 19-29 E \V Cawtlieru 19.?o VV m Cochran 1932 F.arici- Moore jr 2071 Andrew Da'? y 9072 I-aac ?U?*art 1501]c w v?ckery Faul Bremond ?8U) !t)avid G Burnet J- R P McMaster 2136 I 915 Mary fi len Hedeiv-1858 J F r Genl,y br? 9:*) J Ellis IMl Mrs Macy Belvilie 1010 Anson Ciaosoa 1012 KM Forbes 1025 Jaiues N Hocan 1043 Thomas Lindsay 104^ Jatnrs L Green 1047 Jiwue Daniel 1048 J B Daniel IO.'jO Charles Vincent 1057 | 8 0 Gervai*,; M58 Willis Millican 1059 J D Millican 1062 John Pavis lfti5 Wm Barton 1079 W A Lockhart 1080 R Morton 1135 Jam?*s Kil'am 1196 G H Taylor 1241 Y< unp* <'olemaa ~;.?\S W Fuher ?5ol | Loui;",a'a Dav * 2:i03 E Frost 2306 Thomas Beed 2316 Harrison C Bryant 2.130 J ri McDorald 4340 Arthur Garner 2311 J F Marichrtt 2341 Andrews H. Grover 2V,.',t P G Meritt 2349 W Pinkney 2350 J D Giddmifs 2354 J Crawford jr 2358 A P Edg rton 2359 Thomas Warner jr 2363 G< orge K Sistare 2.^1 Fran eis Brichta 2.'l,<2 Kliiab -tii Carter 238^1 Wm Davis 2;<87 Jooepti Tomlinson 2390 Sneed Sl Turner 1-248 Robert McNutt 124D John VV Cloud, per 2390 Wm Krmbro att'y I II Raymond 2400 II H Haynie 1061 E De Pon ois 1289 P Greeu 1275 G W Sinks it J Shaw 1*247 John Kendrick 1298 Sam je| Hid 'en 1300 John Johnson 1301 Snari Ma-siex 2401 R W Milliank 2402 Catherine Allen B 2405 Henry Krii.g 2413 J W Lawrence 2418 Stephun Smith 2434 A C Horton 2478 Elail a'et Eastnn 244'2 I.emu>-l B Dickenson " Joel Hi I " Warren Aburn "? John L Monks " I'etcr AU'ich 13^2 Thomas II Forrester 2450 Wm H Thompson 1385 B K Warner 24t5 Z Wm Eddy 1423 William Frela 2471 J E Herron 1424 G W Oabornw 2474 A B lltmphill 1125 John A Ratherford 2477 Aarou Haushton 1427 Cornelius Vannoy 2479 Heirs of John Jones 1428 Joseph Hates 24e0 1473 Ann B Rees? 2481 1515 Lumbal Muns 2182 1521 J C Moore 2483 1523 John James 1551 K II Douglas 1570 E M Fish 1572 Wm Kerr

15*<l James A Moody 15H1 P Bickford 1612 John Lamer 1615 John Cameron 1623 John D Tayl.ir lfi24 Levi Mercer 1^2ft Eli Mercer 2490 M A Do' ly 2.'i0) GcnrgeC Day cashier 2501 P Keunett At <Jo 25<13 John VV Schrimpf 8504 W C Blair 2512 M Rorberttaillc 2.')13 Henry B Brooks '2514 Gabriel Trumwt'.t 2528 H S Morgan 2.*?2<) Furbur ft B<au 2534 Sarah Newman The outsta-idinc evidences of other classes of the debt of the republic of Texts cannot be specified by this Department. au22?dtl-tJanJ MATH HATS! JU8T RECEIVED A FULL SUPPLY OF fine drab Beaver ventila ted HATS, which I alTer at 93 50 j they are the best Hats for the ptlce In the United State*. The best black dresa Hats got up I11 he latest style for 13 50, as good as those usually sold at 95; and a good fashion able Hat at S3, worth SI; and a first-rate Hat, f2 50. The best materials and the best workmanship Is employed to produce a 95 Hat, which is solo for 93.50 We do a cash business, meet with no los ses, but give each customer full value for his money. Felt and Straw Hats unusually low. N. b Aeent (or Drlacoll's Balm of a Thousand Flowers- Price 25 cent* per bottle. ANTHONY, 7th street, near Pa ayenue, Agent for a New York Hat Company. m 2Utf S~P. HVOVKR'i BOOT, IUOK, AND ? TRUNK E8TAB- jMMmmm. LISHMENT ?I have ??HS~ on hand the largest and most extensive assort ment o' eentlemens' and I^adiet'?ole l^ath-j erTravllng Trunk,Ironl and Wood Framel Packing Trunks, Vall ^ ces Bonnet Boxes, new style; Carpet Bags of all ..J nA nimtttles Also, a general assortment colors and stlies. aii wuum* muT of the above articlee will ?nd it to U?eir advan iL?u examine my ?oek ??? wUmS?.? p??:^,\r?hvSl&0. )y? Educational. v T OEORGETOWJI FEMALE SEMINARY, D. CM BK7. JHO. W. MAJOR, Principal. ?HE NEXT SfcSSlON OF THJS WELL k-own Institution will commence on loth of September. None but the beat Instructors will be employed and the Prlnclnal will spare no pains fully to sustain the high position this Semi nary has hitherto enjoyed. Circulars, containing more complete informa tion, references, Ac , may be obtainfd by appli cation to th* Principal, at the Seminary, au 30-2w* SCHOOL NOTICE. A SELECT SCHOOL. THE NUMBER OF pupils limited, will be commenced at the house, now In course of erection, on the corner of 10th and G streets, on Monday, the 14th of Sep tember Particular attention will be paid to Mathematics. Those who wish to study Survey ing will have a good opportunity, as I have a fine Instrument, and will give field practice weekly. For terms apply to SAMUEL kelly, at Mr. John Seasford's, on Penn. avenue, between 11th 12th streets. au jg MRS. ?. II. SMITH, 420 D street north, between nth and Ilk, Begs leave to inform the ladies of Washington, Georgetown, and vicinity that she is prepared to give instruction, in clashes and private lessons, intheart of MAKING WAX FLOWERS and vasks. Also, Wax Fruit and Ornamental Leather wora L?dlw wishing to avail themselves of this op poitunity of acquiring a most beautiful accom p'.lshment will please call as early as prssible, as Mrs H does not contemplate remaining loog In the city. TERMSt Wax Flowers In Classes, per term of 12 les ions *5 V\ ax tfrflt in Classes, per term of 12 lessons..95 Leather Work in (Masses, per term of 8 lessors $3 Private Lessons 91 each?Vase* S10. lioqnets and Vases, Wreaths, Single Flowers, Ac , for sale, or made to order. au 2rt dm EMERSON INSTITUTE, U street, between 12f'j and 13/A streets. SELECT CLASSICAL A MATHEMATICAL SCHOOL FOll BOYS. THE EXERCISES OF THIS INSTITUTE wi 11 he resumed on Monday, September 1st. Thorough Instruction will be given In the vari ous branches of an hngllsh and Classical Educa tion. The number of pupils Is limited. Students preparing to enter College, and those especially who wi*h to qualify themselves for admission into advanced classes, will have the benefit of a particular and careful training. Terms per quarter, for the English branches #12.5?i; for the full course, ?15. For further particulars address au 19-tf CHARLES B. YOUNG, Prin. MISS HEWITT S ENGLISH AMD FRENCH BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL, No. 215 Fstreet, between 14f\ and 13th THE SCHOLASTIC YEAR COMMENCES the first Monday In September, and ends the last Friday in Ji;nt, and Is divided luto two ses sions. The Principal will be assisted by the most com petent English and Fr?nch resident teachers, and every facility offered for pursuing Music and all the various branches of mode.n accomplish ments. For further particulars, terms, Ac., see Circu lars at bookstores, or at the rc-idence of the Prin cipal au 26-3tAeotf FAX21 HILL HOARDING SCHOOL FOR OIKLS. 1HF. TEMTII TERM OF THIS INST1TU tlon will commence on the 8th of the ninth inontii (September) next. Circulars containing farther information in re gard to the School will be furnished to persons who desire them on application to R S KIRK, or WM H. FARt^UHAR, at Oliley Post Office, Montgomery county, Maryland a:: 7-8W ? YOUNG L/ DIES' SEMINARY, Corner of Dumbarton and Montgomery streets, Gtnrfetown, 1) C. MRS. GEN'L WHEELER, Principal. The dutiks of this institution will be resumed on Monday. September 1st, wl<h renewed exertions on the part of the Princi pal for the intellectual, moral, and religious im provement of pupils committed to her care. Mrs. W. tenders her thanks to her friends and Eatrons for the liberal amount of patronage she as received and respectfully solicits a continua tion of the same. ? Circulars obtained on application to the Princi pal. au 7-tSepl5 CENTRAL ACADEMY. SILAS MERCHANT, | REV G. W DORRANCE,) 1 RI*clP*Ls. riMiE NEXT ANNUAL SESSION OF THIS -I- Academy will commence on Monday, Sep tember l?t. 1856 For terms see circulars at the principal Hook Stores. au 1-tf THE UNION ACADEMY. Z. Richards, Mrs. Z. Richards, Prin. U A. Prln. C. F. A. The next annual session of this Institution, and of the UNION FEMALE ACADEMY, will commence on MONDAY , Sep tember 1, 1S56. jy23-3m United States Patent Office, ) Washington, Aug. l?, 1956. | ON THE PETITION OF JOHN P SHER WOOD, of Washington county, New York, praying for the extension of a patent granted to him on the 17th December, 1812, for an improve ment in "Door Lo ks," for seven years from the expiration of said patent, which takes placs on the 17th day of December, If56 : It Is ordered, that the petition be heard at the Patent Office on Monday, the 1st December next, at 12 o'clock m.; andall persons are notified toap pear and show cause. If any they have, why said petition ought not to t>e granted. Persons opposing the extension are required to file in the Patent Office their objections, specially set forth in writlne, at least twenty days before the day of hearing; all testimony filed by either party to be used at the said hearing must be taken and transmitted in accordance with the rules of *the office, which will befurnished on application. The testimony in the case will be closed on the Slst of November; f depositions and other papers, relied upon as testimony must be filed in the of ficeon or before the morning of that day; the ar guments, if any, within ten days thereafter. Ordered, also, that this notice be published in the Union, Intelligence, and Star, Washington, D. C.: Republican, Baltimore ; Pennsylvanlan, Philadelphia; Day Book, New York, and Post, Pittsburg, Penna.; once a week for three suc cessive weeks previous to the 1st of December nttxt, the day of hearing. CHARLES MASON, Commissioner of Patents. P. S.?Editors of the above papers will please copy, and send their bills to the Patent Office, with a paper containing this notice. au 21?lawllw THE LAKES ! FANCY BAZAAR! 504 Pennsylvania avenue. (^OLD, SILVER, PEARL, IVORY, PARI Y an Marble, Tortoise Shell, Papier Mache, Rosewood, Leather, Moroc o, Cblna, Biscuit, Porcelain, Alabaster, Bohemian Glass, Ebony, Steel, Berlin Iron, and every kind of Fancy Uooas may be had at THE LAKES. They have also? The most choice American, French and German Pejfurriery and Cosmetics English Cutlery, Mathematical Instruments Drawing Materials and Stationery, and Combs and Brashes of every description. Would you make a present, adorn your person, or embellish * our home ? Consult cconomy and taste, and call at au 6-tf - - THE LAKES. Fall styles for im6.?we have this day received our first supply of French Cloths, Castlmeres, Doeskin, Silk, Satin, and rich Velvet Vestlngs, which we will make to order In the best manner *t our usually low prices WALL A STEPHENS, No 322 Pa ave , bst. 9th and 10th sts , and No. 3V4,3 doors below the National Hotel. se8-3t SELF-SEALING CANS. SELF SEALING CANS, THE BEST AR ticle In market. Also, Self Sealing Jars, of 6lass and earthernware; best English Enamelled .ettles; Preserving Spoon*, Ac. at the house furnishing store, 490 Seventu street. se2- G. FRANCIS. For sale.?one of j. m. singer * Co '? Sewing Machines. Will answer for sawing either leather or cloth WALL A STEPHENS, m2-3t P?, ave , bet, 9th and 10th streets. EVEN1NG ST A K. BIDING TO A PARTY. PASSAGE FROM TIE DIARY OP A SOCIETY MAN. Thought the parties were over; was mie. taken. On nay return from Philadelphia found an invitation from Mrs. Bobtell to ? sort Gf evening fete chsmpctro. Bobtellslive at lliah Bridge. Thought what a lark ii would bo to ride out on horseback and come home rather jay in the morning. A large party wcregoin* from the Blimmin* in an omnibus they bad chartered. Mrs. Blimmins told me she would be very happy to give me a seat; said I was zoing out on horseback ; said she was afraid I d find it fatiguing;- replied in a nonchalant sort of way that I thought nothing of ridir? to High Bridge ; that I was devoto'l to riding. &c , and reflected with what satisfaction I d .enjoy passing the Blimmins's old omnibus, in a cavalier, knightly sort of manner, on a high mettled steed. Jim Brown made me the tempting offer to take me in his bugzy, but aihering to my first determination, 1 walked up to Dicker's to procure a horse. Don't pro fess to any great proficiency in the art now ; used to be a perfect Franconi a few years sincc. >V hat man is there who used not to do a great many things a few years since so much better than he can now ! ? I used to bo a great dancer some three years ago," says ?>nuth ; '? got out of the way of it lately " l' I was a pretty fair hai,d at whist once,'' says Brown ; " very much out of practice now " ; 1 u*Jed 10 PlaJ a first-rate game of billiards .wo years ago, says Jones; " falling off very much lately. So it was with me in respect to horsemanship?used to ride like an Arab fallen off very much lately. I f>rgr.t-I walk ed to Dickel.t s; told his man I wanted a ni<-e loolung, quiet horse . " Don't want a spirited horse exae'ly," said I, - but a decent mg rather g?tle, as I hav'nt ridden mu=h Iati y- "Dick, fotch out Eupheemy," says Dickels's man. So Dick fetched cut JJuphw my. ,i Them s as slick a little possum a? ever bit oats, and a? kind as a weasel," nay? Dick patting Eupheemy s neck. But Eupheemy threw her head back and reared on her hind legs, jerking Dick almost off the ground. -I'm afraid she's not perfectly gentle," says I: ? she ha? rather a wicked look." " Oh that's the naturo of the beast?she don't mean nuth m by that; it's only a trifle playful, ye see? and she s always a lcetle excited when she sees gents ; but there arn't a kinderer chickcn !?W ., ? ? W rn y"r kU0WS her>" 8*7S Well, says I, " I guoss she'll do; bring her down to the Gotham Hotel, private en trance, by 7 o clock this eveningSo I went home to dress, put on a pair of straps to keen my pants down; and when 7 o'clock came, walked to the door, slapping my stiff leg? with A riding whip, as though I wa? an eld hand ihere stood Eupheemy a.< fresh and fleck as though she d just received a coat of varnish Gave Dick a quarter, and took hold ?f tLe brid.e; Eupheemy straightway described a circle irom me as the centre, jerkine her h?ad violently back all tho while. " I can t hold her, says I. "Sho sees that 'ere whin," .-ays Dick. '? Oh ! ah ! true I forgot the whip." k n PutLtbe *hil' ?P ?'y It ft sleeve. Dick held her by the bridle while I put one foot in the stirrup ; swung into tho saddle quickly ? but Dick had scarcely let go the bridle, wuen away went Eupheemy drifting sideways down tvaverly Place. She brushed rae by a I >al i i '?g?>net a lamp post.'and end ed by planting her U>ra paws uj-on th? side walk before 1 stopped her; then I got my other foot in the stirrup, and began to feel se cure. Turned her into Fifth Avonue ; Eupheemy shied a banner a Sunday school procession was carrying, and burst one of my straps, con sequently left with one stiff and one limber leg?feeling more unsteady and one-sided than ever?astonished to find how much I had lost my riding; found it essential to keep Eupheemy in a walk ; so long as she walked, kept a straight back and set very well * met several ladies 1 knew ; bowed to them ; every time I bowed the vexatious beast would * UP ^er ear* an<* ?ff on a trot. The saddle was very uncomfortable ; didn't seem to have any stuffing. Got along pretty de oently till 1 reached the reservoir, where three little boys called out something, which I didn t distinctly understand ; think they said something about a "millishee dragoon;" sup posed it was well meant; thought I'd make triends with them, and asked if the Avenue was closed beyond?there, pointing to where there seemed to be a rough fence. ?' Guess it are," says one "They don't let Shamrhais with mustachers through," says another " Ain t you a nice looking duck, a ridin' that broomstick," says the third. Felt outraged and swore a little at the trio; one of the in re plied by throwing a clamshell, which cut Eu pheemy upon the nose, and off she went like a sky rocket. There wa* no holding her in ; she ran two miles at least; managed to keep her clear of everything; everybody looked at me; passed the Blimmins party in the omni bus ; the men all called out to me; the young ladies looked out of the windows and laughed; passed a great many I knew, and laughed ; no one pitied me, for I was really in danger, though no one knew it; both f'oet clear of the stirrups; I only kept my seat by sitting side ways and holding on before and behind to the saddle ; in that graceful position rode till Eu pheemy showed signs of giving out, and at length, after shaking my vitals well, and ta king my gasping breath away by a hard trot that followed the run, she tapered off into a walk, her side glowing with the heat, (the two mile heat, I mean ) The perspiration was rolling dowa ray face ; my collar was thawed out; tho dignity of starch was gone ; cravat undone and hanging loose ; three vest buttons snapped off; shirt bosom open; a beautiful enameled stud gone; both panta loons straps burst; pantaloons reefed up close to my knees; an isthmus of linen between the pantaloons and vest, former having taken an informal leave of the latter; hair topped about; back disjointed, spinal column coming through ! In this condition, feeling myself the most miserably wretched and dislocated of mortals, in tho bitterness of despair, what should I hear but the wheels of the hateful Blimmins's omnibus overtaking mo; hadn't tho strength to whip up and keop ahead of them ; felt myself oompletely run down, and coolly waited for them to drive up, which they very soon did ; and Mrs Blimmins cried out to know if I was hurt, and wonder whether I hadn't better get down and ride with them "I fear you can 't hold that horo, Mr. " says Mr. B , ?? he looks vicious." In my ex hausted state I could hardly reply, particu larly as just then Eupheemy had got back into her horrid jog-trot, and was bouncing me up and down like an India rubber ball. In vain I jerked out spasmodically that I was " having a ve-ve-r-y n-i-i-ce time " I f?it what a ridiculous object I must be, and that Mrs Blimmins and her whole party wore laughing at me in their sleeves. ^ Reports are current that the Emperor of the French is in a reaUy critical state of lealth. His illness consists' n a development of the malady of the spine, with which he has been long afflicted. He is ab'e to attend to business, and is not in immediate danger ? ? T!tC ?hurch in th? south part of Ca lenovja, N Y 1S investigating the case of iw minister, who is said to have made dishonora ble proposals to a widow of 45 years, and finally ovorcame her by means of chloroform. I he outrage preyed upon her so that she be came insane and died. BP" Dr Deane, of Greenfield, recently re moved an entire eye, badly diesaeed, from a young child?an operation of great delicacy, and rarely performed. Last Island. We fled the following description of La* Island in the N 0 Picayune of tfc* 17th ?it The terrible calamity which bw already been chronicled, will reader a doscrif tion of it a matter of deep Interest to onr reader* : ?? No such calamity, in wide-spread and sodden destruction of life, hat ever been known in this region before. An island, twenty fire mile* in length, and from a halt to three-fourths of a mile in width, paopled by several hundred' of the best clans of Louisiana socialy, has been literally washod away by the raging waters, and more than half the in habitants engulied by the pitiless waves, or bra'sed and crashed to death amidst the frag ment" of mined habitations, totting in the ?id Whirlp001 which destroyed the te i ? >air?<ii^nt may not know where Lnst Island is, which has been the soene of these horrors It is the most westerly, and therefore termed the <? Last," of a chain of islands extending from the month of the Mis sissippi, westward, a few miles from the main land It* direction from New Orleans is a few degrees west of south, and the air-lino would not be over seventy-five miles, as we estimate, on the map. It may be reached by the way of the river, bat since the building of the Opelou'is Railroad, access has been very much facilitated by tfeat route. Travel ers took the railroad to Bayou B.euf, thence by steamboat down the Atchafalaya river into the gulf, by the bay, or through ooa of the bayous From the city to Bayou Bceuf is ? :vcnty-three miles, and it is about thirty miles to the month of the bay. '? Last Islaud iies some eignteen or twenty miles in the gulf, east of the Capet of Atcha falaya Bay, and five or six miles from the nearest shore, it was in a wild place?a sac t bank, in fact?covered with very scanty veg elation, but so open to the cooling breete of the gulf, and with sush a fine beach, and abounding with fish and oysters, that it be came at first an occasional resort for fi?hing *ud pis nic parties, and of late years grew to be a pleasant summering place for planter* and their families from the Attakapas and Lafourche parisbe- Several of them h?*i built cottages, and some building* had been erected of quite adorable deacriptioo. Tho railroad oflered such facilities of communica tion that the island was frequently visited fr>tn this city, and grew so much in favor th*t a plan was suggested, and had met with very liberal countenance, for making a summering p!a;c there on an extended scale, by the erw tion rf a very large hotel, under the charge rf Hall k tiildreth, of the St. Charles Hotel Tha designs and elevations were shown to us some months ago, and it was thought the en terprise might be complete and in operation for the next season This simmer, a hotel was kept there by Mr John Alaggah. which hr>s hud a very considerable support, and the i. land has had a large number ? f visitor* " The list of the Ic*t and the saved will show anybody acquainted with this State that there was gathering upon this little spot in the gulf, at the time of the storm, a large rep resentation of the wealth and inteHig?nee of the btjfct clashes of the population of Louisiana They made the barren sand bank the ssat of refinement and hospitality, wh^re in a single day. almort within a single hour, death oame in his most hideous form and .-wept one half of them into a nameless grave, and made the whole place desolate forever. The me.wory of this storm, which has carried mourning l^lo every ravish in South Louisiana, for the un timely fate of kindred or dear frienda. will, for many a year to come, repel with a shudder all thought of L ?t island for a dwelling place Every murmur of the cooling surf in its quiet est mood, and every sigh of the summer breeze in it* balmiest breathings, will be a sadden ing memento of the time when a happy crowd were gathered there f >r innocent enjoyment, and the storm came suddenly and heaped the waters upon them. The tea and the wind* will seem to chaat an eternal dirge for the dead Why Bodies Torn in Coffins?Adipocere A pap?r, read by Dr. Coffin, fTrail Green's,) on so called Human Petrifications, before thu Scientific Convention, has a good deal of pop ular interest It ig a sort of commeot upon a story extracted from the correspondence of the Rushviile (Iowa^ Republican, about the body of a boy who died at seven years of ago and was buried On being disinterred, sai i the story, the skin and muscles were found in a good state of preservation, but changed to store. The bones were unaltered, and th<*e of the arms were movable in their stony en casements. The substance of the brain wa? fouud little altered. Ac. The paper of Mr. Green presumed that this was a popular way of describing a case of the human body changed to adipocere. The pres ent removal of bodies from city to country church yards has brought to light many case< of this sort. The properties of adipocere are well known it is defined as that fatty and spermaceti-like substance into which muscle ii converted by long immersion in water or spirit, or by burial in moist earth The reader exhibited a largo spocimen of it, and pro ceedo I to give its history. It was taken from a cotfia that had been buried in a very damp c'ayey soil, through which the water could not soak. In the same ground another body, in similar condition, was found seven years after buria" ?the body floating fn water. In one of these cases the lower limbs were crossed at the thighs The specimen exhibited was part of tho body of a woman who died over seventy years of age. aud had been interred seven t;en years The sperific gravity of adipoc ri is frooi 762 to b58 thousandths. Hence it will float in water, and if a oofiin is filled with water the whole corpse floats; and settles ag.iin as the water leaks out in a position that will bo determined by the weight of its differ ent portions. This doubtless acoounts for the imagined turning of bodies in their coffins, and ha? lei to the popular belief that burb.l before death is not uncommon. The escape of gases was formerly the theory to account for such turuings , but he did not think it so sat isfactory. The knowledge of this fact will prevent the oocurr?nce of the fresh and unne cessary grief often caused by the discovery of these 44 turnings." The conclusion of Qibbs who experimented in 17V4-5 u to the forma tion of adipocere. was that it is formed from fi brine. Dr. Steiner reported the case of a body changed into whit seemed to be adipocere which was found, in a Washington city Vave' yard, after twenty-five years burial, but the only organ that coald be satisfactorily identi fied was the liver Here was a gland, not a fibrinous structure, undergoing this remarka be change. Possibly it was a case of fatty degeneration. The graveyard wax very low gfpUn?' ^ the P"*? were full of watar. Prof. liorsford cautioned the convention to be slow in admitting these reportsof what are called human petrifactions. A oommanica lion has lately been made to the Boston Acad emy, detailing how the bores of an infant in Illinois had been oonverted into pboepkoru* Bat a striot examination showed that, in all probability, there was no replacement at all in the ca*e |y " How do you get along with your arithmetic V asked a father of his little Ixy. ??I've ciphered through addition, partition, sabstraetiwn, distraction, abomination, justifi cation, hallucination, derivation, amputation, creation, and adoption.'*? He'd do for an engineer on a short line rail road. py A stranger najned Dodge, who was found in Buffalo with a little girl only thirteen yean of age ineumtt by him. has been com initted to jail.