Newspaper of Evening Star, June 10, 1857, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated June 10, 1857 Page 4
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EVENING STAE. CI^ The author of the following atrocity wan ?ten coming down Pennsylvania avenue about lire o'clock last evening, pursued by several hun dred females, bearing ahap sticks in their hands : A PARODr. Tell me, ye winged winds, hat round mv pathway roar Do you not know some spot Where women fret no more ? Some lone and pleasant dell. Some " holler" in the ground. Where haUes never veil, , , And oradleeare not round? The loud wind Wew the snow into my fhoe. And amakered as it answered?" Nary Place." Tell me. thou misty deep, ? hose oil Iowa round me play, Know'at thou some favored spot. Some Island for away, ^ here weary man may find A place to smoke in peace ; W nnre crinoline is not, _. , . Ad^ hoops are out of place ??!mELT'mds sounded a perpetual shout. Stop d for a while and spluttered, "yeou (it eout." And thon, serenest moon. That with such holy fac*. Dost look upon the girls, ho with their beaux embrace, I ell me in all thy round. Hast thou not seen a spot >\ here muslin is not found. And calico is not Behind a cloud the moon withdrew in wi>e. And a sweet voice, hut sad, responded," Poh Tell me. my secret scul ls! teil me. Hope and Faith, Is there no resting-place From woman, gina, and death' Ls there no happy spot Where bachelors are Messed, \\ here females never go. And man nrm dwell in n?ace ? Faith. Hope, and Truth best boona to mortals given; Waved their bright wands, and answered, " ves in Heaven. ' Attempt to Prostitute a Young Girl?Honor \\ here Least to be Expected. [From the Chicago Journal ] A few davs since a young Canada iadv, about thirteen or fourteen years of age. came to the city from Canada, for the purpose of meeting her fa ther, who had been to the West on business, and put up at the Tremont House Not meeting her father as she had anticipated, she became uneasy. At the Treinont House she met a man who gave his name as U. D. Black. Thiswretch represent ed to her that a public hotel was no place for her and that he would procure a private boarding house for her till she'rould find her father. She acceded to his proposition, and the villain gave her the following letter to a woman named Kate Howard, who keeps a house of ill repute at IIS Wall street: "Dear Madame?You will cenfer a great favor on me by keeping in your house, and can do as you like with her. She don't know where I am sending her to. Be kind to her, and tell her that vou will give her five dollars a week and board I have took all her money away from her. If you will give her some dry cfothes to put on her, I will pav you for them. I will call on you in a week. Keep .. '?G. D. Black." Thus this Infernal ruffian planned the destruc tion of an innocent young girl, but he wasdoomed to be disappointed. \\ hen the girl presented herself at Kite Howard's that woman, to her honor be it said, asked her if she knew to what Mind of a house her pretended friend had sent her. 8"' answered no. Kate said, '? He has sent TOU to a house of prostitution, and 1 am the Keeper of it, but I have not forgotten that I was once an innocent child like yourself, or that I once had a mother as perhaps you have, and 1 will protect and defend you, outcast and fallen as I ?m Come out of this den at once?it is no place for the like of you." Suiting the action to the word, the woman took the poor, friendless girl to a respectable German family in the neighbor riood, and paid for her board and lodgingout of her own pocket. In the morning she seitt forone of our detective police otflcers and placed the girl in his keeping and yesterday she was restored to the anns of her father. ,. THS Comst .?Weonght to have pub ,,1, ?; long ago, the propositions of the Urbana (III.) Constitution concerning the Comet Zim merman, after observing the '-critter" carefully with the instruments of the Urbana Brass Band, comes to the conclusion? 1st. That the Comet will not strike the earth : out, Sid. If it does atrike it will never do it the sec ond time. nnint^ i0*6^' any Ren'1(,?an holds his opinions different from the a?>ove. and is willing to back his views to a limited extent, In order to arrive at tlie truth in this momentous matter we hereby make the following propositions : ' I. We will wager more or less that if the comet offers to strike we will dodge before it does it; in other words that sum that it can t be brought to the scratch. ? jLw *1* lum that Lf U doe* it will be snockcu higher nor j kite. twenty-live times the above amount, that in caa* the comet str.kes it won't hud-e the earth six inches, by actual measurement ,.4i a Uke amou,,t lhitt after the comet strikes its taii drop!*. ? optional sum that the earth can knock the romet further than the comet can knoc k the earth iii ne times out of * leven tf That after the roiuet gets through striking tbeea.th, a wUi uevef w?nt to ,tri^ These propositions are intended to cover the H^whereny ou thv H10'*- comet, or ?JSEJ*" d'Po"iM ln "? <" .n>? * "8'"lu ?""? ??y The Boston Xavt \auvThe N'avv Yard is workmen Y ,fKU ,0t busi,;~" The ?S,?ber of k i th** ,l4t 15 1 ,r-45- a larger number f " .e,nPi?>?i tiiere at one time since Ington jw is a'*""t at AK tilVA US AT THE HOTELS vfRJ?V*S' HOTEL.-G Lear; W AlcKev ' ? Roae, Ga; A D Banks, Va; Dr J H Cole Law*on *Va^ C' Ni ; J " Coat^ doi *' R?:WcNPairJaS Marshall, do; Mrs W B Slack Md-'s SBaHev 35 WiUS J VL"" J H.'S i John, Tex; J M Jonep XV: R fo-d H w L Holt and lady. Va; J p i?om? \y ' x, UdyOD^*jn'p dArUb'V; .Va J r Pace and ? ,} ' Sheldon and lad v. Mich- j p \i ?I' p'S"i.NVi i"b" ?"??. sw j crI. r v?r: Hz Lovingsion. do: V (} Gal. do H V?n^',,'^'1 , Wi'idffliNrc Sr1^' Ma"*i w G Willas. Pa; TNourse Tenn wi?S7%fpU'I^bOW PalK Hunt.ly,Md,! .J i7u ' ' J HpHton. l)"?do; I, Bassett do ? H Hausman. do; T J Keese lv- V. vvo ' ' A L >l4? do ' r' Ata| H Tv?"" na| j 5'?.5,",0??u 7<;?Vj, no,, NY; J Wallet' \iil- ) ^ 1:, ' ^ M G.nnls, ' lace and son 6* J C p i /an.Mvv Wal Zeillin. Va; a B ctoke M Vy K??' SC; J C Spangler. pa n fm ' ai|d lany.Pa; Hon J fWnv? o / rr do; K Hand- t do; J G Carr. do: M \t' f ',0^ 54 K Drenner, dereon. do; J \ Parke; aSd ' do; W An* A B Kagon; Miss s A Metrs J r4?"' Mr" B Dickinson. Ct, J M Brown ^ E fiev P Slaughter, Va: T F Joi.n?#' tjfo'ke.DC; the. La . J"??nston, do; C Goe WASHINQTON HOUSE?F R W Conroy. New Vork; C-O Wr^ht -r M'! T Gorsm n, Md. S T Berry, jr. BaiioT Dnmimorid. Va: H Tbomis. \VashiLlonjn" u Holmes and lady H Holmes, jr ; Philad 'ti " h KviVr,ir '-,v *<"'?3 H, K II Bell and lady, . MOVEMENTS OF OCEAS STEAMERS? Fiok the U?iit?D STaTia. Strame'} Ltmrt. p0r. Daps. ,r?. New York..Liverpool. .June 10 Indiana.... N? w York..Bremen June lu V..,,'": ?'"w Vork..Bremen ....June 13 \\ ash|ngto,i.."New Vork..Bremen ....June 13 ,, Bo*ton Liverpool...June 17 NfwYwk v>W V?rk "avr? Jnneau Atianti^ ^**W ofk..^?lasgow .. June 'M J f IC Vork..Liverpool...June ?, Fulton 0eW s-?fk" l-*v?-rp*>?l...June 2t lla'isa vrW V?rk..Havre June27 New \ ork. .Bremen June 20 F?o* Kcaopx. A frirm . * ?XT y?rk?' Bon<s?it *',verpool...8t. Johns... May 3U vifiderblit burg...New York..June I Fulton "" Vork..June 3 AMrici:::::::: gi" v"k fu "? i North Sr?r .... ?"??*0?......Juiia ? North Hi?r ^ on June t$ f"i--j-"' IMIntwru 01u,;?w....'n,w Vork; ju" " The California Mall Steamer, New Y . ?a the 3th and *xk of each moniA k Miscellaneous. fiPIUKO AWD JfUMMKR GOOD?.?JOHN H. ? Ji" 1 Bridge street, Georgetown, D. C., has received from New York and Philadelphia, and now offering at rery low pnoes, to ouh and prompt customers, a lartce and general assortment of follow? j Goods?comprising in part aa "tyie Silk Robes and fanoy Silks Ij?*t,n)*1ke Mack Silks, high lustred Black Challies, Lustres and Mous Delaine* Rich printed (all wool) Mous Delaines * Challies and Barege Delaines, in great variety Rich Organdie, Barege,and Jaooaet Robes Bright oolors and mode plain Bareges and De laines Plain Freneh Brilliants and Peroales Plain oolors Craveflas and Spring-sty la Poplins DuoaJs, a light seasonable fkbrio Best French printed Jaoonets and Brilliant* White Brilliants, from 12K to SIJ^ oenta Best makes new styles Ginghams Debages, Chambrays and plain Lustres English Prints of new sty lea, in great variety, at us oents Rich Chints colors best French Organdies Whit* Goods, in great variety. flam Swiss, Nansook and Jaconet Muslim laid and striped Muslins Small-figured and rich Brocade Swiss Muslins Plaid and striped Jaconet, Nansook and Swiss Muslins White Tarletons. Illusions, and Wash Nets Irish Linens (of the best makes) very cheap Linen Cambno, Linen and Bishop Lawns Super Kngliah Long Cloths, suitable for Ladies' use N?w ^ ork. Bates, Atwood,and other good makes Shirtings White Cambrics (of Jonas's oelebrated make) S\\ hite Brilliants and striped India Dimity larseilles for Basques and Bonnet Card hirt Bosoms and Shirt Collars. Embroideries. F renoh worked Muslin Collars and Stftl Swiss Cambric Collars and Sets Swiss and l<ace Sleeves and Sets Honiton and Maltese Lace Collars Swiss Camtinc and Dimity Bands Embroidered Linen Cambric Hdkfs. Also, new styles Lace and Silk Mantillas Stella and White Crape Shawls Plain and rich fi/ured Bonnet and Sash Ribbons Steel-spring, Neapolitan, and other Skeleton Skirts Spring assortment of Bajon's Kid Gloves Taffeta Silk, black lace and I.isle thread do. Cotton Hosiery of every kind for ladies and children Gents best English Half-hose, ribbed and plain do Lisle thread and fancy ootton do. A good assortment <?! Silk Cravats and Ties Suspenders, Silk and Linen Cambric Hdkfs Gossamer and I.isle-thread Shirts and Drawers New style Parasols. Also, Gentlemen and Boys* wear of every descrip tion, with every variety of House-furnishing Dry Goods. Domestic Goods for servants wear of the heaviest makes. Purchasers may rely upon getting desirable goods at low prioes. *P?-tr JOHN H. SMOOT. pROPOSALS FOR STATIONERY. Department of thk Interior, May 23,1W7. Skalkd proposals for Airmailing such stationery as may be required by this department during the hscal year ending June ?), IR5H, will Ikj received until 12 o'clock m., on the 30th day of June next. Those unaccompanied by satisfactory testimonials of Abili ty to fulfil the cunt met will not be considered, and contracts will only be awarded to established mauu facturers ol or dealers in the articles. All the aiticies required must lw of the very best quality of their kind, and in no case inferior to the sainp>es which will be exhibited at the department. Each proposal must be signed by the individual or firm making it, and must specify but one price for each and every article contained in the schedule. All the articles furnished must be equal in all re spects to the samples, and must be delivered without delay when ordered to the satisfaction of the head of the office for which thoy are required, and a failure to do sm will bo deemed cause for the abrogation of the contract. The department reserves the right of ordering a greater or less quantity of each article contracted for, as the public service may require. Articles not named in tho contract to be furnished at the option of the departmint at tho lowest market prices. Bonds with approved security must be given by the person or persons contracting; and in the event of the refusal or neglect of the contractor to furnish any article or articles named in the contract, upon the order of the department or any of its bureaux, the same may be purchased in open market; and the dif ference between the price paid therefor and the con tract price shall l>e charged to the contractor and de ducted in the settlement of his account for the quar ter during which such refusal or neglect may occur. The subjoined list specifies as nearly as can now be done the amount, quality, and description of each of the kinds of articles required : Item. Class I.?Paper. 1. 30 reams folio post, heavy, satin or plain-fin ished, ruled and trimmed, per ream 2. in reams folio post, light, plain, unruled, for of ficial seal, per ream 3. 397 reams cap. whits or blue, ruled wide, me dium or close, and trimmed, per ream 4. 40 reams consular cap, white or bluo, trimmed and ruled, per ream 5. 10 reams legal cap, white or blue, trimmed and ruled, per ream 6. 690 reams quarto post, white or blue, ruled va rious widths, per ream 7. 80 reams quarto post, extra superhne, thick cream-laid, ruled, per ream 8. 25reams white vellum note paper, highly glazed, hard calendered, lined and gilt, per ream 9. 15 reams Alhambra laid note paper, gilt edged, lined, per ream 10. in reams buff note paper, lined, per ream 11. 15 reams flat cap, while or blue, unruled, per ream 12. 75 reams envelope, yellow or buff, royal, per ream 13. 17o reams large brown envelope, per ream 14. 'Si reams pink blotting, per ream 15. 40dozen sheets patent Wotting, per dozen sheets 16. 12 sheets drawing paper,antiquarian, per she^t 17. 12 sheets diawing paper, double elephant, per sheet 18. 25 sheets drawing paper, elephant, per sheet 1?. 75 sheets drawing paper, royal, per sheet 20. sheets tracing paper, French, large size, per sheet 21. 30n yards tracing cambric, per yard 22. 5.1?V binders' boards, 6>, by 1(>\, inches, per C. Item. Class No. 2.? Envelopes. 1. 490.000 adhesive envelopes, white, yellow, or buff, heavy, by inches, per M 2. 6,ooo adhesive envelopes, white, heavy, 10?? by 5 inches, per M 3. adhesive envelopes, white or yellow, hea vy, letter, (J by a>i, per M 4. 5,000adhesive envelopes, card, per M 5. 8,fti0 adhesive envelopes, note, per M. Item. Class No. 3.?Pens. J. 100 dozen cards Perry's pens, and of other man ufacturers, assorted. p ?r dozen cards 2. 1,oon gross Perry's. Gillott's, or other good me tallic pens, pur gross 3. 6.000 quills. No. 8o, per M 4. 33 dozen gold pens, silver cases, and pencils, !>est quality, per dozen 5. SO dozen gold pens, without cases, best quality, per dozen. Item. Class No. 4.? Pencils. 1. 14 dozen ivory ever-pointed pencils, large or small, with leads, per dozen 2. 425 dozen Faber's, <>r other good No. 1 to 4, or graduated, per dozen 3. 25 cases Faber's, 4c., pojygrades, graduated, per case 4. 62 dozen 1- aber's, Sec., red and blue pencils, per dozen 5. 44 gross leads, best quality, assorted, per gross. Class No. 5.?Ink, Inkstands, IVaf*rs,and Wax. Item. 1. 13 dozen Draper's large or small inkstands, per dozen 2. 8 dozen oast-iron double or single inkstands, per dozen 8. 300 dozen Maynard &. Noyos ink, quarts, per dozen 4. 06 dozen Maynard & Noyes ink, pints, per dozen 5. Z5 dozen copying ink, quarts, per dozen 6. 5d?zen best blue ink, quarts, pi r dozen 7. 90 dozen !>est French carmine ink, oz., per dozen 8. 106 M seal wafers, !>est quality, rod, No. 3, for offioe seal, per M 9. 100 pounds best rod wafers, common size, per pound 10. 2oo pounds best extra super scarlet scaling wax, per pound. Class No.6.?Cutlery and Miscellaneous Articles. Item. ? 1. 40 dozen Rodgers's or other knives, four blades. buck or pearl handle, per dozen 2. 15 dozen Rodgers's ivory handle erasers, por dozen r 3. 10 dozen Rodgers's spring erasers, ivory ban dies, per dozen ' 4. 6 dozen ivory wafer stamps, p?r dozen 5. 4 dozen office shears, extra, per dozen 6. 4 dozen office scissors, per dozen 7. 1?<) dozen silk taste, in hanks, per dozen 8. 9on dozen red tape, assorted, per dozen 9. 5 dozen paper weights, assorted, per dozen 10. 30 pcunds unprepared India rubber, per pound 11. 5pounds prepared India rubber, per pound 12. Iw quarts best black sand, per quart 13. 20 pounds pounce, per pound It' 1 <Jozen b*"t Chinese India ink, per dozen *'lozen camels' hair pencils, assorted, per dozen !$* dozen sable pencils, assorted, per dozen 17. 4 dozen Osborne sor Newman s best water ool ors, per dozen 18. 300 pounds linen twino, per pound 19. 12 dozen mahogany rulers, round or flat, 3ft in ches long, per dozen 20. 6 dozen lignumvita.* rulers, round or flat, 30 in ches long,per dozen 21. 20 pounds bent quaiity sponge, per pound 22. 40 pounds gum arable, per pound 23. 10 dozen mucilage, large-size glass jars, with brush and metallic tops, per dozen 24. 10 dozen mucilage in earthen or glass jars, with out brush or tops, per dozen 25. 120 dozen pen-holders, assorted per dozen 2jj. 6 dozen wafwr stands or l?oxes, cocoa, per dozen 27. 6 dozen sand boxes, per dozen 28. 12dozen strong 9-incn ivory folders, per dozen, may 29-dtJune3(? The sale TVu&iw9TNOTICE!?Personsin want and PICKETS. rAtCINKD PIASTER. CEMENT, and LIME' or the best quality, will find them b> calling on the subscribers at their yard. p.,,aiVm* lA'ten /he yard lately occupied by John nained'art*cl'es* *? P * 4100 "toclt *Ijovs wh ail kim,g "'*es always on hand. As do Well ?,r??mn* Vi0,,.r**ular'jr' c,,n8uuiers will r.ess we ei nl ?"?* acn"* Bv strict attention to busi age e*P?ct to merit a share of tho public patron may^'o'eol'm1 "treet' nea.r Pennsylvania avenun. may j eon,, H< c PCHDV Sc CO. I) Veirif 'Ked'cWrt^^sVew Vlth^T ?X "Tl ? r inY? ? J J}1? new Ixiok is for s& Life of Charlotte 'Bronte a?WofJ.LiW,tor** The Dog, by Frank ForrestJa"? E,Te' Chit-Chat of Humor, Wit. ar.il Anowlni. Woman's Love, a story of \voinsMfi?;. All the New Books, and everythme I,, ery and Newspaper line, for sale a " "the Sutlon SHI LLINGTON'S Book-tnr. may 26 Odeon Building, oor 4* st. A Pa!ave. PAINTS AND OILS. ~ Linseed Oil, White L?id. Joiled Oil, French Zino, 'atent Dryer, Jerser Zinc, "urpentiue, Ochres, Chromss, famishes, Litharge. Bristol, badger, camel's hair, and sable Brushes. Liberal discount on ourrent prices made for cash or good paper. J, R. MoGREGOR mar M W4S9m w4 7th street. Miscellaneous. J^AVY BEEF AND PORK TOR 1858. Ni?T Dbpartmknt, Bureau tf Protittons and Clothing. June 2, 18.57. Sealed proposals, endorsed " Proposals for Beef." and " Proposals for Pork*" as ths ease may b?, will be reoeivad at this office until nine o'otock, a. m., en Wednesday, the 15th davfof July next, for tarnishing and delivering, free of all oost and risk to the United States, at the following Nary Yards : __ Barrels beef. Barrels pork. At Charlestown, Mass... ijo S^Ou At Brooklyn, N. Y 4,500 S.ono At Gosport, Ya 2,ooo l.uno 9,ono 6JOO One half of said Beef and Pork mast be delivered at each of the above-named Yards, respectively, by the 1st day of April, 1856; and the remaining half by the 1st day of June, 1858, unless earlier deliveries should be required by the Chief of this Bureau. Payment to be made within thirty days after deliv ery. Bidders must specify their prices separately and distinctly in separate offers for the Beef and for the Pork, and for each ol the places of delivery, cover ingall expenses and all charges. The Beef must be from well-fattened cattle, slaughtered between the 1st day of November, 1857, and the 1st day of January. 185H. and weighing not less than six hundred pounds, net weight, each. The legs and leg rands of the hind quarters.and the shins and shoulder-clods, the shoulders of mutton and ends of sticking pieces, and at least eight pounds from*1 - r>y me cniei oi uus bureau, r>e inspected by the in jpecting officers at the respective navy-yards afore ?Aid,and by some "sworn inspector of salted provis ions." who will bejselecttd bj the respective com smooth appearanrt ,? 1. a S(*,uare< *<at, an>t ing not loss than six doihi.u ? ' 0 Plwoes weigh pounds.cach. uuds, nor more than twelve oil? .utute^hu,*1.' %}' i*/lil srfrs Skis i&r^assF I. p.?rS raffia as" * ?rhol. ?,lC ^* fOT ?< wai?ht in oitner ?a"??T,'i"3 'hwm'nT'^V,W' "".d h' ?<l? fourths of an inch thick - th?? ?,. ?Je81*t',an t,iree have on it four iron boons viV*nn? r &*rrel must inch in width on eaoTCir- .23* f ?J?*ndahalf eighth inch in width o? ea<&ib,m9 ZriLch'M nnr one-mxteenth of an inch thick with the contractor's name and the mft> , The beef and pork w.l unles, othpr**e ruV '*?? , SHI ions. t im?^n!ust^ie^aid by'the r'??pect fve oon "nt n to ra* must likewise have the Urref, m.f "f1 u",who and at their own expense! ft?r ,nsPechon, sssil on noaccount be paid until the " Wl" MMM IIIISSII per centum to t>e withheldunu\ J twenty the contract, aa before* hiatal i iiv completion of sssssiP Kinn! of th! wJu?*? l*v>-'*r^< w?Sdi? to "ppi.catton at this ifire. f?" ?bta,n others) wilt K'forthirith* *[ehac.c,,Pt<>d '*nd none fi<*t'(s o^Uth?nrmt"d!Statu*^'y 1 l,e TCf>rt' - States District Attorne* orHl'V," aUnited guarantors arc- able to m?iii *nl?i ?h '* ",at t',t' No proposal will bec?.lri???r? t leir ^,,H"?"tef>. b> such guarantee con,"dered unless accompanied ,h' "??"/ With the Christian hh i?V ?n ?J Oompany ..rfer^, distinctly stated. written in luil, must l>e 27tV March! /aii''''*?!n'."u^" nf ('"nKr<'**. approved clothing and small stores V "he "Im of^h- x""1"' ::|n<ite:dtrn^raVr,?S 56 ssaiSSy JS &,r.ra. ui the bids offered " distinctly stated 1 ? je 3-1 nw4w NlT'^okV^Th!!"; &a, of the in thr Static of MimScw T? 1,"o!,VIUe Cons* ess^nUtfe^'^An' aot^aSThn0"8 ?f Vh? act ? the locution of |aiKJ offices '' anir^iilT^i01"^*81 ,n aj frarticabie.' SUta' at as earl? u P'"od winUbro''i8gufldlby "e Veguter anl It"10 ?f removHl Fayette Jjmd Offioe n?KUter a,u? Receiver at the this'^htt^AW^: DU.te7Cltr of Washington, By order of the ^resident': JwrlfiaX"1011" lUe ne ral >LaiKl'oiii oe. PASRAT| V\sr ? ?nd Illustration.! ^ V< WolJ?.? vol,; Map, clhrT^ 1 ro1- 8--=1^ *h'P Canal. 1 vol., Lon WUhams'Uthaiu. of Tehauntepec, 1 vol. 8vo.; and Jour'*'. 1 vol., London ; with ^wi^^ra0-^. Mo??""to Shore,, vol, ^KRSr1 M,lp ?rtL "tbrnusof Panama and Bynevor^Terraoa, by the author of Heir of Redclyfle, i ^^op^Vha tie'y V Sjo te s, 1 vol. - ? _F-RANCK TAYLOR. AlNGTO\?8B^ks^renoiior "m? r!>HI1'" ner 4>? sjreet. *>*?o*store, Odeon Building, cor le cheap f s ?iTi at N' ner Life of Charlotte Bronte, author of Jane Eyre. Adam Graeme of Massgray, bj the author ol Zaidee Ivors, by the author of Amy Herbert Scandal, by Mrs. Beck ford The Border Rover, by Emerson Bennett Miss Leslie's New Cookery Book Masdalen Hepburn, by the author of Zaidee Violet.or the Cross and the Crown, by Miss Mcin tosh The Do"m*d Ship, or the Wreck of the Arctic Re gions Charles Lever's Complete Works, Library edition, in 4 volumes. Every thing in the Newspaperand Stationery line, for sale at SHI LLI NGTON'S Bookstore, may 23 Odeon Building, oor.4>$ st. A Pa. ave. TVTOTICE?NOTICE.?I have a few of those chea 1^1 TOILETSKTSon hand, which I wish VBf to close out. and will sell at cost. Also.i G OB LETS and other ? LASS W A R E. t hat' must be sold preparatory to a change in my business. All that want to buy cheap, please ?m at No. 319, between ath and l*>th streets, Fenn.avnnue. M> 17?ftm JOHN MnDEVlTT. |^ALTIMORE CITY MALT HOUSE. MALT FOR SAT,E.?The undersigned having recently purchased the CITY MALT HoC'SK, corner of West Falls avenue and Block street, would announce to his frieiidsand the public, that he has it now in lull operation, with a largo supply of Si ALT for sale on liberal terms, my 6-3m FRANCIS DEN MEAD. , ^RING AND SUMMER,1857. Our new styles of Ready-made CLOTHING for Gentlemen and Boys are now exsosedand ready for sale, embracing large and !>eautiful assortments of? Spring Overcoats, Kaplans Business, Dress, and Frock Coats Choice styles of Cassunere and Linen Pantaloons Plain and fauoy Vests, Ac. With a large variety of Gentlemen's Dress Shirts, Under Shirts, Drawers, and Hosiery. Our custom department is well stocked with new styles of Cloths. Cassimeres, Linen Drills. Vestings, Ac., and under the management of three experienced Cutters of acknowledged taste, we can therefore offer great inducements lu styles, quality, and prices of garments of all kinds. Goods delivered in all carts of the oity and George town. WALL A STEPHENS, may 30-eo4t 328 Pa. ave., bet. 9th and loth sts.^ w. W. HACKKKY. W. B. DAYTON HACKNEY A DAYTON, Rial Estate and Gknbral Land Aoknct. fsh ll-TiiFlm Omnko City. N. T. NS!-PANS!!at McLAUGHLIN A CO.'S, 'w, au, b?twe?a ith mm} fth ?ta. ^e? FV pRO^ION AND INDKMNm FKOM JL iiUBr AI> L/ i/AMAutli II r Iftuf THE PERILS OFTHE SEA. AND INLAND TRANSPORTATION. FARMERS AND MECHANICS' INSURANCE COMPANY* OF PHILADELPHIA. FlBB, MaEINE, A WD InLABD iNSUEAWCt. Antkerixtd Capital #1,250,000!!! OFFICE, NOITHWFIT COENEE or PBHBaYLTAffTA Avenue ABD 17TH STIMT, WASHINGTON. DIRECTOR9. Hon. Thoa. B. Florenoe, Chariee Dingea, George H. Armstrong, Thomas Minderfield. Chili-lea A. Rubicam, Edwafid R. Helmboid, Jeorge Helmboid, P. Carroll Brewster, tmei E. NMill. Isaac Leech, Jr. THOMAS B. FLORENCE. Preeident. EDWARD R. HELMBOLD, Secretary. LOCAL SURVEYORS. Charles Walter, No. 397 D street, opposite City Hall. John M. Thornton, oorner lat atreet and Virginia avenue. Island. Jainea Williaraa, No. 22 4S atreet. John Rigglea, No. 501 13lh street, below Pannayl Tiirna avenue. MARINE SURVEYOR. Captain J. P. Levy, No. 3CT Pennsylvania avenue, opposite National Hotel. GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT. John Ttiomaaon. Authorized Capital and Assets.-91,473,05707 Assets - #523,057 07 Invested in Bonds, Mortgagee, and Good SetamtiM. The following statement exhibits the business and condition of the Compauy to Novemt>er I, 1856: Premium received on marine and inland risks to No veinl>er 1, ISiO ... #214,684 60 Fire premium...................... 176,796 61 Intereston loan .. 8,704 47 Total receipts #400,185 68

Paid manno losses. - . #64,477 04 Paid fire losses SM.737 39 Expenses, salaries,and commis sions 45,489 00 Reinsurance, return premiums, and agenoy oharges?..27,474 68 #177,128 61 Balanoe remaining with the Company. .#2*3,057 07 The Assets of the Company an as follows: Philadelphia city and county bonda #16,848 18 Railroad bonda 11,000 00 First mortgages, roal estate 143.500 00 Stocks, collaterals, on call 32,4<)? 00 Girard and oonsolidation bank stook 5,125 00 Deposited with Dunoan, Sherman A Co., New York 30,000 00 Deterred payment on stock not yet due 97,7?*) oo Notes for marine premiums 108.0H0 58 Due from agents, secured by bonds 35,376 18 Premiums on policies recently issued, and debts due the company 26,470 38 Balance in bank ...? ..... 16,456 74 #523,057 07 The buaineaa of thia Company will oompare favor ably with the most successful similar institutions in the United States. Frorn the 1st day of August, 1855, in fifteen months, up to the 1st day of November, 1856, the premiums and interest received amounted to the large sum of four hundred thousand one hundred and eighty-five dollars and sixty-eight cents, with the payment of losses and expenses of one hundred and seventy seven thousand one hundred and twenty-eight dol lars and sixty-one cents. With these evidences of success and good man agement, the Directors feel justified in soliciting a share of public patronage, believing that the security ofTered is ample, and tnat all fair claims will be ad justed more acoording to equity than legal technical ities. The Company is prepared to issue policies against loss or damage by fire on D WELLINGS, FURNITUR E.MILLS. MA N UFACTORIES. WAREHOUSES, All descriptions of BUI LDlNGSand their contents; or all kinds of MERCHANDISE, transported by Vessels,Steamboats, Canal Boats. Railroads. and the usual conveyances to or from any portion of EUROPE AND AMERICA, and on the hulls of STEAMBOATS navigating the Western Waters. The rates of premium will be as low as other oora pauics, and in fixing thein every improvement in construction and ariangement will be taken into con sideration. All losses speedily adjusted and promptly paid. Office, northwest oorner Pennsylvania avenue and 17th street, Washington City, D. C. Insurance may also be effected at the Home OJIce, nortkivest corner Walnut and Second streets, Philadelphia, And in other principal cities of the United States bv authorized omoers of the Company. ap 3 W ASHING TON INSURANCE COMPANY. CHARTERED BY CONGRESS. Capital ~ #200,000!!! This Company ia now prepared to reoeive applica tions for INSURANCE ON BUILDINGS. MER CHANDISE, Ac., at the usual City rates, without any charge for Policy, at their Office, corner of Tenth Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, over the Washington City Savings Bank. Directors. Wm. F.Bayly, Samuel Baoon, Robert Famham, Jaines F. Haliday, Win. Orme, Hudson Taylor, Francis Mohun, M. W. Gait. Benj. Beall, JAMES C. MoGUIRE, President. G. D. Hanson, Secretary. ap 11 -1 y |> AN KING HOUSE OF I> ClllJBB BROTHERS. Deposits.?Deposits received and Checks paid without charge. Drafts on the northern seaboard cities received on Deposit at par, and Exchange on Mint Cities furnished to depositors without charge. Interest on Deposits.?Interest will be allowed on Deposits at such rates as may be agreed upon. Deposits in Virginia and I ncurrext Money. Deposits hi Virginia and other Uncurrent Money re ceived to be chocked for, payable in s.ime funds, or in specie, we charging the regular Exchange. Discounts.?Notes, Drafts,and Billsof Exchange will bodiscounted.and Loans madeonStocks, Bonds, and Securities, at the market rate. / Letters opA'kedit.?Letters of Credit will t>e furnished, nqMtial>!e in tho different Cities of the United StatefTon Deposit of Money or Collaterals, and interest allowed if Money is deposited, and charged if Collaterals, on suoh terms as may be agreed upon. Traveling Btli.s or Exchange.?Travelers will be furnished with drafts in such sums as may be de sired negotiable in the different Cities of the Union. Bills and LettersofCheiuton England,Ire land and Europe.?Mills of Exchange and Letteis of Credit on England, Ireland and Europe, furnished at the market rate for Exchange, in sums to suit. Bonds, Stoces, Ac.?Bonds, Stoeks, and Securi ties paying from 6 to 12 pr. cent., always for sale, or bought in the different Cities at a ooimnfcsion of a \ pr. cent. Where Stocks are beught upon orders, we reserve the right to call for a deposit of 10 pr. cent on the cost. Bonds or Stocks will be ordered by tele graph. Railroad, Citt, and State Bonds.?Railroad, City, and State Bonds can be pluoed in our hands for negotiation, either in this oountry or Europe. Rail road Iron purohascd for cash or with Bonds. Land Waheants.?Land Warrants bought at the market rates. All Warrants sold by ua are guaran teed in every respect. Land Warrants located on oommisaion. I .and Warrant quotations regularly furnished if re quested. Warrants will be forwarded to Western Houses on orders, or sent for sale on oomuussion to responsible parties. Rkal Estate and Inbubances.?Real Estate bought and sold, and Insuranoes effected. Claims on United States, Court or Clatms, Congers*.?Claims on the United States, before the Court of Claims or Congress, intrusted ro us, will be proseouted by prompt and able attorneys. CHUBB BROTHERS, jan 27 Opposite the Treasury. TVOTICE.-C. R. L. CROWN fc CO. are re 1" oeiving daily some of the finest FURNI-I TURE ever offered in this market, which we" invite the attentiou of those in want, as we assure th"m they can save at least 10 per oent. Namely? Handsome carved marble-top Bureaus and Tablet Rosewood and walnut Tete-a-Tetes, Sofas Wardrobes, Chairs of all kinds. Cherry and poplar Tables. Mattreses. hair, corn-top. and husk; Comforts. Blanketa, Bedsteads, hun and low-post. Rocking Chairs, cane and wood seats. Cushions for Chairs, Settees, Clocks of all kinds. Extension Tables, Sidel?oards, What-not. Glasses of all kinds, some extra fine Carpets. Cottage Sets, Rugs, Waiters. Glass Ware, Crockery Ware of all kinds. Feather and Fancy Goods of all kinds. And other Goods too numerous to mention to which we invite the attention of housekeepers and others, as we are determined to aell for oasn or to punctual ouatoinera. C. R. L. CROWN A CO., cor. of 6th street and Penn. ave. P. S.?We shall still eontinue our regular sales on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday,both morningand evening, in front of our store. Consignments soli oited, and in all oases advances made when required. C. R. L. C. A CO.. ap25-tf (Intel) Auctioneers. PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE," near corner oJ\2th Street. B. H. STLNEMF.TZ having made arrangements with a Company of Hatters to t>e fur nished with the most popular sty lea of MOLESKIN AND BEAVER HATS, will hereafter make a dis count of 12K per oent u?on the aotual market price, making tneHat sold for #4 (and not unfrequently for #5) for' tne low pnoe of #3-Vi. a slight varia tion in quality #3. and for #2.50a su- ?? penor quality for the money. To make this system effectual, he will keep no books, but sell exclusive ly for Cash on Deliveey, which cannot fail being advantageous to the purchaser, thereby enabling him to buy for cash and sell at a small profit, meeting With no losses by l>ad debts. New Styles FELT HATS, CAPS, and STR AW GOODS, for Men, Boys, Misses ami Infants' wear. Persons are invited to aall and examine our stock. Call at 236 Pennaylvania Avenue, near corner of 13th Street. ap U-tf JOSEPH GAWLER,CABINET MAKER AND Undertakes.?Ready made Cof-, fins ooustantly on hand. Funerals at-{ tended to, and interments procured in the ditierent Cemeteries. Furniture of every de scription made to order. Old Furniture Repaired and varniahed. Ware-Rooms 182 Penn.avenue, be tween 17th and 18th streets. mar 23-."ton I STILL LIVE," TTT~ A And will not be outdone by any in the Paiptina Line. Having secured the servioesofanexpennoed Sign and Ornamental Painter, I am prepared to do SIGNS, BANNERS. TRANSPARENCIES, Ac.,in the latest styles. Also, oontinue to do HOUSE PAINTING, GLAZING, and GRAINING in a superior manner at No. 53 Louisiana avenue, between 6th and 7th streets. _ nu ij-oolm M. T. PARKEft, '^1 236 Medicine* PRIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE ON TBS PHIS 10loo 1CAL VIEW of markiaom, By M. B. La CROIX. M. D.. Albany, N.Y. 200 MM and 190 fine Plain and Colored Li thocraphi and Pints*. -r? ir^PRICE ONLY25CKNT8.^3l ILrs*nt/rt$ tf postage f mil parts 4/ths Union. Dr. M. B. La Croix's Phy Biological View of Mar riaca. A new aad revised edition of 260 paxes sad 180 plates. Pnoe 25 oenta a oopy. A popular and oomprehensivs treatise on the duties and casualties of single and married life?happy and fruitml allian oes, mode of seourinc them?infelicitona and infer tile ones?their obviation and removal?nerv ous de bility, its causes and cure, by a prvoess at onee so simple, safe, and effectual, that failure is impossible ?rules for daily management?an essay on Sperma torrhoea, vith practical observations on a safer and more successful mode of treatment?precautionary hints on the evil results from erapirioaJ praotioe; to whioh is added oommentanes on the diseases of fe males?from infancy to old age?each case graphical ly illustrated by beautiful plates. It 'points out the rsmedies for those self-inflicted miseries and disap pointed hopes so unfortunately prevalent in the , young. It is a truthful adviser to the married, and | those ooutsmplating marriage. Its perusal is partic ularly reoomineudtM to persons entertaining aeoret doubts of their phj sioal condition. and who are oon scious of having hazarded the health, happiness and privileges to which every human being is entitled to. Price 2s cents per copy, or five oopies i or Ml. mail ed free of postage to an* part of the United States, by addressn? Dr. LA CROIX, (post paid.) Albany. New \ ork, enclosing 25 cents. ?E;J?vThoaewho eonault Dootor fLA CROIX.upon any of the diseases upon whioh his tMK.k treats, either personally or by mail. His medi oiues often cure in the short space of six days and completely and entirely eradicate all traces oT those disorders wliioh oopaiva and culwba have so long been thought an antidote, to the ruin of the health or the patient. His " French Secret*' is the great c*>n tinental reinod* for that olass ofdisorders which un fortunate!*, physicians treat with mercury, to the irretrievable destruction to the patient's constitu tion, and which ail the sarsaparilla in the woild can not oure. . 0" Office No. SI Maiden I.aue. Albany. N. Y. feb 14?ly THE GREATEST t medical discovery OF THE AliE. Mr. Kmikdt, of Rnxlmrj, has discovered in one of (?ur oomiiioii pasture weeds a remedy that cures EVKKT E1*D or HCMOR, from The worst Scrofula down to a common Pimple. He has tried it in over eleven hundred oases, and never failed except in two cases, both Thnnder Hu mor. He has now in his possession over one hundred certificates of itsvalue.all within twenty nulea of Boston. Mouth warranted to curs a nursing Sore One to three bottle# will cure the worst kind of Pimples on the y aoe. ?0<?5lK?* bottle" will oI?"" the system of Biles. I wo bottles are warranted to oure the worst Canker in the Mouth and Stomach. Three to five bottles are warranted to ours the worst kind of Erysipelas. One or two bottles are warranted to cure all Hu mor in the Eyes. Two bottles are warranted tacure Running of the Mrs and Blotches among the Hair. r our to six bottles are warranted to eursoorrupt and running Lloers. r One bottle will cure Scaly Eruptions of the Skin. Two or three bottles are warranted to oure ths worst kind of Ringworm. Two or three bottles are warranted to oure ths n,?'^ desperate case of Rheumatism. I hree to four bottles are warranted to cure Salt rneum. Scrofula? eight bott1?" Wl" cure the worst cm? of tfit 1"faIr*yl ?P?r'enced from the first br< nnint.f. ,P ?r.i ' cure "warranted whou the above quantity is taken. Nothing looks so improbable to those who have in vain tried all the wonderful medicines of the day, as that a common weed growing on the pastures, and along old stone walls, should cureevery humor in the system ; yet it is a fixed fact. If sou have a humor, it has to start. There are no IFS nor ANDS, hums i?r 11 ,8UltlnK some caKCs, butinot yours. I peddled over a thousand bottles of it in the vicinity of Boston. I know the effects of it in ever* case. It has already done some of the greatest cimis ever done in Massachusetts. 1 gave it to children a year old. to old people of sixty. I have seen poor, puny, wormy-looking children, whose tiesh was soft and l ottl'e' re8tored to a Perf?ct slate of health by one l??r.Tho are "Nfct to a sick headache, one Mtarrh HWay* cur<'Jt- 11 fives great reli-1 iu catarrh and dizziness. Some who have taken it had been costive for years, and have been regulated by it. Where the liody is sound it works uuite ?-asr. M"?? ^ere derangement of the functions , oi nature.it will cause very singular feelings, but you must not be alarmed; the* always disappear in from four days to a week. There is nevera fJid ri usistite'^"*v,wa *? rr,!,r.mT ,?.wn P1*0.1'0? I always kept it strictly for hu mors?but since its introduction as a general family medicine, great and wonderful virtues have bean found in it that I never suspected. .i^'eral cases ofepileptic fits-a disease which was always considered incurable, have been cured \ry a ( few bottles. O. what a mercy if it will prove effoc r?i"h i^1?*01 that awful malady?there are but few who have seen more of it fhan I have. I know of several oaseaof Dropsy, all of them aged f t"r m'6 VHr%u? diseases offhe l.iver. Sick Headache, Dyspepsia. Asthma P?v?r and Ague, Pain in the Side, Diseases of the Spine and particularly in Diseasesol the Kidneys. Ac., the everknown" m?re 800d than any me<J,cjn? No chanee of diet ever neoessary-eat ths beat you can ijet and enough of it. nj?yart,0\*\%afor ^"?Adults one table-spoonful per daj?children over ten years dessert-spoonful? children from five to eight years, tea-spoonful. As f?"1 "PPucable to ail constitutions, take sufficient to operate on the bowels twice o day. _ ? MANtTPACTtTRKTI UV xn i? w5ON6LD KENNEDY, flfo. 120 ? arrtn Street. Rorbury, Massachusetts. Agents for Washington.?Chas. Stott A Co.. Z Oilman. K.dwell A Lawrence, J. B. Gardner, Hurry m* ' V_*. ^ alsh & (-O., P. h, \\ (ilsii j p sir, ri Martin King, Nairn A t'alin^rLSchwartz' A Co (5 Clark' J- ^ .^Llburn, l)aaur Dyson, Ford A Bro. Agents for Georgetown.?R. S. Cissell, O M Lentham, J. L. KidweU? my j" 1 y THK ^1"'?^ \ SVRl'P having auaoefiafuliy ih? Cik8t*^ liij to wtauil many d:soovenes in oe.v'eli1 witowT-hSd SS mUit DOW ^ re" ITS EF^ACfV,NC U R I N O Ltrer'pr0p3v, s'evralgia, Bron z!e , ?L0ah,.mpitv? Trmdenrxes, Disorder aml al'l0/*.* Blood: Utneral liability, and all Diseases which require a Tunic and Alterative medicine u beyond question. ?f ?'? efficacy are ao numeroua. ao well authenticated, and of suon peculiar character, that proffered a?d.?0t rea*ouaW>' hesitate to receive tue ni' '!ie. |'e.ruviRn Syrup does not profess to be a rurt * ? i. ra"Ke extensive, because many disea nr ?r"r " ar? intimateiy related, and, reiiiedy.,U* ? ?U* oau"e' ^ cured by one The class of diseaaea for whioh the Syrup oromi M?p hV 'iS which haa ao often baf neu the highest order of medical skill. The anVrffi^. G'? witnesses accessible,and the safety and cfficucy of the Syruo incontrovertible. ?r*,w"? ina> wish lor an opinion from diainter rrH10"Sirespe^ctiiig the charaoter of the Syrup, cannot fail to lie satufieS with the following amoiur te*t,moiua!*'In th? hand* of the Agents. The aignatures are those of gentlemen well kno jrn la ths community, and oHhe Lghest re.pwtabilify" fu ^ ? CARD. havingexperienoedthsbenefioial eueots or the Peruvian S) rnp, ' do not hesitata to reoommend it to the attention of the public. * rum our own experience, as well as from the tea timony of others, whose intelligence and integrity ft". ""questionable, we have no doufit of i c5 ?? OHS?* ,?f incipient Diseases of the lungs and Bronchial Pans&^es, Dyspepsia. Liver EctsPwon d A oy fnle^ il's' ef would be incredible, but from the character of ,ave witnessed them, and have volunteer ed their testimony, aa we do oura. to it. restoSitnrs ttS?,*PhR^ER. LhfSmWr" D' THOMAS C. AMORY. of0' "J'? ^ OILMAN, Special Agent, 380 Pennsylvania avenue, and at the General Ageuoy, eorner of L arvl 8th streets. Nsv, Yard. ftb ? JNTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITES. MONEY to loas on STOCK SECURITIES CHUBB BROTHERS. BANKERS, Opposite the Treasury. THE HOUSE OF CHUBB BROTHERS, Washington. is oom posed of CHAS- Sr. J. CHUBB, John d. barrt?w, THE HOUSE OF HLNR^ HOLMES. CHUBB brother, barrow A CO., Davixfost, Iowa, is oompoaed of CHAS. St. J. CHUBB. i.. T,-,f Fat^cenVs^ iNOVE1'9 "-T?r?"no. par Geo. Sand4 Jeanne, par George Sand; ^Centa. Isidora, par George Sand; 25 cents. Mauprat, par George Sand; centa. Gabriel, par George Sand: 20 cents. Jaciiuea, par George Sand; 40 centa. Horace, par George Sand; 45 cents. Wodeste Eignon, oar Balzac; 25 centa. I.ea Chouans. par Baisac; a> cents La hanulle Alain, par Alphonse Karr; 25 centa L Lacouue, par George ?4nd; 25 centi. Ueux Histoires, par Eugene Sue;S7 centa. Alizia Pau.i, par Feval: cents. Theatre Complet, par Balzac. 5u centa. La Creole, par Feval; 20 cents. niin harti'nue Freytas, par Dumas;20 centa. I >Lipo;W:* OUN ,>0 wtjrr: LH1L Of DNT'S*GU WmvDFR1 k,n^J on the'oMM^kvonbl^terrna^' to,Mirt,e" waiting. Agent far the Distncl Cohnn'.la, fTudb(L~ as uld WHISKEY 1A fAaVa \fUl^0 } ??PP?r distilled i? ?o^cdZ,ij.tos,'ber?er n ine' ,? I??l ???t m ysorfetown, D. C, TrtTBlerf Directory. WASHINGTON AflD AI.EX ANDRIA, ?T AUDMOI'NT VERNON. CliMl o? BovtM>Th? |?U?iwiri OKttRi.K tag Won r* on and after Sri Miy next: L^isve Aiaxaadria, all, Wa. 10*. 12, IS. 4*. and V t'aoot. r Leave Washington, at "J\. ?H. 11 *. 1. s\. SS. *n,1 7. The publio ma; confidently rely oa the Boat atat tag at tha tima adeertiee*. Una of tha Bmti wJI make a trip to MOUNT VtRNON on Tvu?tT i?l Fbiday of each m. leaving Wasbiogten at ? o'akxrk a. m. mm\VA R D, { C|?U'M' Either Boat may ba cherter?^ for Excaraioc. at any time, on application to JOSEPH BR VAN, President of tha Company, at hit rtfaoa, 3?> P*m artnue. or to the Captains on boyd. _ aj> *? t( STEAMER GEORGE PAGE. ~ Jp? HOURS OF D EPARTUKE.&*#^> Leave Alexandria at Of, Tfc, t, *Lanve\v ashing too at 6. ?. 9%, \\%} IV. 4, Mf.7. if y d _ ELI.!!4 L. PRICE, Captain. ^yASHINGTo.N BRANCH RAILROAD. Trainslaave WASHINGTON for BALTIMORE at 6 and 8S a. m., and 3 aud 4S p. ru. On Sunday,at <S P? m. Leave BALTIMORE for WASHINGTON at Os and *Sk a. ni., and 3 and &% p. m. On Sunday ?t Of a. m. Passengers for Philadelphia and New York w.ll take train* at t, ?>?, aud 4V For Annapolis will take iraina at 8K and Of. For Norfolk will take trains at 8*s ami 3. For tha Waat will take traina at 6audOf,oonna0l ing at the Washiiigton Junction. jan Ite tf T H. PARSONS. Ageq^ Daily line for edwards- ferry AND LKESBURU. V*.. via Chesapeake *!.j Ofcio Cai?*i.?The Packet B<ati A P ^ , t. GO aud M. C. MElUS, willoomi ui&smg tU.^> tups lo tin" Mjuvd p<mita. ? on Monday. March Zl, leaviux the wharf of W H. ami II. G. Bitter, Georgetown, D. C. ever* niotn.ur at 7 o'oloek, Sunday a except<*d; through m ?*>? tit houra; leaving Geoigetowu at 'seven o'clock in the mormnit, tha Boat a will arrive at tha Graat rails, <* Washington Aqueduct, at I" a. m., Seneca at 12m., Ed war d?' Ferry at a p. m.. where a state will l? u readtneaa to oonvcj passengers to Ijeeabni*, \ a. Returning, leave Edwards' Carry every day at tua o'clock in the morning, ar.d aj riving ui Georgetown at annaat. Through Tickets. #1.7V Intermediate pointa as follow*: Great Fall* or Washington Aqueduct. Sa> oant*; Seueoa, 75 cents; Kdwards' Ferry, #1.12; LeeatHirg, Virginia, including coach. 91.76. Meal* served on the Boata at moderate pnoea. mar 25 W. H. * II. 0. RIJTTE R. QRANGE AND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. GREAT SOUTHERN MAIL LINE. Twice Daily, (Sunday nights excepted,) between WASHINGTON and theXH TIL via A I.F X AN BRIA. GORDONSVII.LE AND RICHMOND, ANVlLLE and GREENS BOROUGH. Leavea Washington at 6 o'clock a. m. " Alexandria at 7* o'clock a. m. " Washington at 7 o'clock p. rn. M Alexandria at o'clock p. m. Fare from Washington and Alexa&d.ia to Rich mond. 9b 50. fD* omnibuses and Baggace W axons will heat the Depot of the \Va*tnngton Railroad, to convey pas aengera and Imggace to the Steamer GEO. PAGE, for Alexandria, a diataiioe of six mi'ea, allowing ample tune for mcala. mar27-tf J AMES A. EVANS. Agent. j^EW ROUTE TO THE SOUTHWEST. MEMPHIS #? CHARLESTON RAILROAD COM rLIT Rt>?COS N *CTI SO Ckmttanooga, Tenn.; Ckarlrttun, S. C.; Sarin nak, (/?.; and all ike Northeastern citut, uug Mtmpktt, Ten a. The laat connect ins !'nk of Railroad between N E\V YORK ANDTHEAIISSISSIPI'I RIVER. Thia road i* now cnmpletwl and opeb^d for the reg ular tranaportaliwn of f'aaaengera and Freight, and will afford tnore Expedition and leca Exp<*ua?- tlutn any other route l?etween the Nortlieaat and Soutu weat. Fasaengera and Sbippera will take due notioa thereof, and govern themaeivea accordingly. Paaaenger Traina leave Stevenaon daily at o clock, a. m.,(after the arrival of the traina fr>n Chattanooga and Nashiilie, land arrive at Metr.pl.it aaine dar at 7 p. m., connecting With First Claat Steam Packets to New Orleans, and all other impor tant point# upon the Western Rivera.* Goods ?oa tigned to Railroad Ageittt at Charleston or Savan na.li, will t*e forwarded to Memplua and other points, by F.xpreaa Freight Trams. Freight in charge of the Adam* Exprees Com pany is aarried over this route daiiy by the fasten geT trains. F. C. ARMS Genera! Superintendent. HCHTBVlLLt, (Ala.) April lit, 1K57. 'Through Tickets to Memphis, Ac., sold at Wil mington, N. C,: Charleston, S. C.; Augusta. Savan nah. Macon, Atlanta, and Columbus. Ga; Montgom ery. Ala.; Cnr.ttanoo*a, and Nashville. Tenu. To counnct with the Western Traina on this road, Btsengert will take tlie mtht traina from Wilmin^ u.N.C.; Augusta,Ga.;Ch?ttaiHHigaand Nathv...n. Tenn.; and the day traina from Charleston ana KingBville. S. C.; and Atlanta. <?a. ap7-tf KH>Il ALL PARTS OF THE WEST. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. NEW AMD lUPKOVllD Arr^soimixt?. Three Tramt daily from Baltimore for Cumber land, Wheeling, and all parts of the West. 1st. The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN wi'.i leave (except Sumlay ) at *i.45 a. in., connecting with trains from Philadelphia, first train from Washington at Junction!?will step at Way Stations, ai.d ainve at Cumberland at 4 o'clock p. m. 2d. .The MAIL TRAIN leave* Cnmden Station daily {except Sundav t at 8.3ii a. m., and reaches Wheeung bv 4 a. in., oonr.ee;in^ at Benwood w :h trains tor C?Wumbus < inciniAti. Davton, lndianai > lis, lK>ui*viile, C'eveiaud, To'edo, Detroit, Chiuago, St. Louis, Cairo, and intermediate points. 3d. Tlie EXI'RF.SS TRAIN loaves daily at 7 |. m., connecting with eapreaa traina f ?rCincinnati. St. Louis. Cairo. Chicago, and intermediate plsoe*. Ths diatanoe to Cmoiuuati and other central and aouthern p.aoea m the West, is neatly li> imies shorter ttinn by any other route. The time to tneee plaoes is a *o unequalled. lHy Bagjpme checked through to Columbus, Cin cinnati, Indianapolis, and St. Louis. (JJ* Vnsaengera and Baggage transferred at al points free. THROUGH TICK ETS will be ac id toaU the large towns in the West, at the lowest possible rate*, at the Tioket OfEoe, Camden Station, and at Wasiung' ton city. ID* A seoond class car is attached to the MAIL TRAIN. Paaseugcrs from Baltimore or Waahirston may rtrir the entire road by daylight,[>y tiJiii^ Accom modation or Mail Tram, and lyirie over at Cumber land or Oakland. They resume the next numing ! y the Expreaa Train, which leaves Cumber laud at !?'*> a. m., and reaches Wheeling at 2 p. m. PaebenKers from Washington have ample tm.? f>?r moals :.t Waatiingtou Junction. This lathe only route by which Through Tickets and Baggage Checks can be obtained in \V askington. ht)R WAY PASSENGERS. The Accommodation Train at 6.4.S xr.il stop at all stations eaet of Cumberland, and the Express at ?ta tiona between Pi?xlmont. s,i>ing West. V^as:?ard.y tue Mail Train leaves Wheeling ht 7.!Sa. in..and Ao oommodation leaves Cumberland at reacliuig Baltimore at 5.45 p. m. The FR F.DF.R ICK TRAIN starts at 4 p. m.. <*x oept Sunday! stopping at Way Stations. Leave* Frederick at 9 a. in., arriving at Baltimore at 12.J" noon. Th?* ELLICOTT'S MILL TRAIN leaves Care den Station at6 a. in. a ad s.JH p. in. Leavea F'.ioott'a Milla at 7 Jo a. in. aud 7Ut> p. rn., exoept Sundava. , _ . W. 8. WOODS IDE, jan 16-tf Master of Transportation. THE NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL 1 UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMER S. The Skips comprising tKit Ltne art: ? The ATLANTIC Capt. Oliver Eidnd^e ?he BALTIC Capt. J sseph Comatock. he ADHIATIC.... Capt. Jame* West These ahip* having l?*abuilt bv contract express y for Government service, every care haa l<een takm in their construction, as also in their engn e?. to in sure strength and speed, and their accommodations for passengers are unequalled for eleganov and com fort. Price of passage from New York to Liverpool, is firs', cabin, ?13); in sso-nd do . ??5; exclusive ure el extra sixe state rooms. ?jf7S. From Liverp<? to New York, $) and 9' guineas. An experienced Sur geon attached to each ship. No berths can lie secured until paid for. The ships of this line have improved watar-tight bulk-heads, and to avoid danger fr<-u t<* will not oross tho Banks north of 42 degrees Ltu after the 1st of August. PROPOSED DATES OF SAILING. FBOM MKW tORK. I FROM 1 lVXRfoOt.. Saturday, Jan. S. 1357 Wednesday. Jau. 7 lW Saturday, Jan. 17 18S7 I Wedneada*. Jan.81 Saturday, Jan. 31 1?57 Wednesday, Feb.4 1^7 Saturday, Feb. 14... l(W7 Wednestlay, Feb. M l?*S7 Saturday, March 14 .1857 We<luesilay, .Slar. 4 1HST Saturday, April 11....1857 Wednesday, April I l*"* Saturday, May S 1K57 We*1nesdaj. Arril2M.l*^ Saturday, May 23 1857 1 Wednesday, May "J7 Saturday, June 6 1K57 1 Wednesday. Juuel" Us7 Sat u rday .June ?? 1JIS7 W ed uesd ny. J une 24 1?SJ Saturday, July 4 1857 1 Wednesday , July K ISSj Saturday, July '8 \V71. Wednesday. Ju.? X U*7 For freirht or pasancti, applv t?? EDWARD K. COLLINS, No. K, Wall street. New Yoik. BROWN, SHIPLEY k CO., Liverpool. STEPHEN KENNARD A CO.. No. i7. Ans Friars, London. ?. G. WAIN WRIGHT A CO.. Paris. he owners of these ships will not l?e aeoountab ? for gold, silver, bullion, specie, jewelry, precious stones or metals, unless tails of lading are so nod therefor and the vaiue thereof expressed there.u. feb 3 S|TOCK IN THE OLD DOMINION COAL COMPANY, KANAWA COUNTS'. VA. Sutiscriptions will be received at the Bank.nx House of Chubb Brothers, for the remaining *w>ck of the above oompany, !<emg three hundred shares. The oapital steck is ?1??),^IKI (dollsra.l of which #7<).Oflii haa l?een subacriliod. The ininea are n<>W prepared for activs operations, and ti per emit, in terest Will be guaranteed upon the atock now olfered for sale, by the original stockholder*, for the period of two years. Particular* in regard to the stock, and its prneMgl> B&OTliE^LS^OOWn DtH>11 aPP,,0at,On lo wn 27 ' P. P. DANDRIDC.E. A*eiit_ WALL * STEPHENS, '* Whole*al?? Dealers and J?>bbers in CLOTHS, C ASS J MH R E S, AND VE STINGS, way 15 3m ?EKl.MERY *No