Newspaper of Evening Star, June 22, 1857, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated June 22, 1857 Page 1
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VOL. IX. WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1857. NO. 1,381. THE EVENING STAR ts PTBLIMIED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) AT THE STAR BUILDINGS, Cinur ?/ P*?*iglva*ia uvntu, **d 11 xA ? rft, Br W. D. WALLACH, and it served to sebeenbere by avneri at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, peyabis weekly to he Assets: paper* served in packages at S7X oasts prrr noatil. To mail subscribers thesubsanption prto*<s THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a jaar w advanct, TWO DOLLARS for six Bonthi, and ONE DOLLAR for three months; foi less than three months at the rate of 12K ornts a week. Cy SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. THE FIRST STEAMBOAT ON THE OHIO RIVER. We find some interesting particulars regard '?"i ^ navigation of the Ohio river by steam boat in " Western Annals,*' by James R. Al bach, of Pittsburg. from which it appears that citisens of New \ork were chiefly instrumental in promoting what was then considered an ad venturous and doubtful experiment. The au thor quote* from Mr. Latrobe: ?' 1 be complete success attending the experi ments in steam navigation on the Hudson and the atHoining waters, previous to the year 1S09, turned the attention of the principal projectors to the idea of its applicatiou on the western rivers; and In the month of April of that year ' Mr. Roosevelt of New York, pursuant to an I agreement with Chancellor Living-ton and Mr Fulton, visited those rivers with the purpose of forming an opinion whether thev admitted of steam navigation or not. Mr. Roosevelt sur veyed the rivers from Pittsburgh to New Or leans. and as his report was favorable, it was decided to build a boat at the former town " i InOetobor. Ml, tho "New Orleans"' was launched and sent out, boing intended to ply between that city and Natches? not, as stated in the extract from Thurston's book, between Pittsburgh and the falls of Ohio. Latrobe again: ''Mr. Roosevelt, his youn? wite and family. Mr. Baker the engineer, An drew Jack. the pilot, and six hands, with a few domestics formed her whole burden. There were no wood yards at that time, and constant delays were unavoidable. Late at night, on the fourth day after quitting Pittsburgh they arrived in safety at Louisville, having been but seven'y-four hours descendiug upward-* of six hundred milos " The settlers on the banks, who had not even heard the rumors of such a scheme, were struck with ?? surprise and terror"' at the appearance of the snorting monster. 441 have heard that the general impression among the good Kentuckians was that the comet had fallen into the Ohio. Th* small depth of water in the rapids prevented the 6oat from pursuing her voyage immediately; and during the conse quent detention of three weeks, several trips were successfully made between Louryville and Cincinnati. The waters rose in November, and in the last week of that month the voya^o was resumed' After being nearly overwhelmed with the earthquakes, the " New Orleans" reached Satchel the first week in January. 1812. Neither Mitchell nor his telescope wa.? on the banks of the Ohio in those days, and it was no more strange that the honest farmers should imagine the steamboat to be a comet, than are the vague apprehensions of the present time. ! that we are in danger of collision with one of thoso eooentric bodies. Singularly enough there whj then, as now. a widely-spread story that the earth was to be smashed"' like a felt hat. and ?? one-third of mankind" destroyed in the operation. A thief in a Virginia prison rofesaed to have been entranced, and to have ad a revelation foretelling the event. which was to take place on the fourth of June, 1S12?a remarkable coincidence of dates. A pamphlet was published and widely circulated. - adorned with sundry Yankee pictures of horrible sights, portraying the dire calamity." A9 a counterpart of this s'a mb->at-comet story, we remember one that was told about the people of a certain village who assembled to see the first locomotive pass by on the rails. Not one of them had the slightest idoa what sort of an animal it was. and tbey were busy with all kinds of conjectures. A smoking and rearing monster was seen in the distance, with an unaccountably long tail behind it. Nobody supposed this to be a travelling invention, and as it approached, the good people were con tounded and desperately puzzled. Fortunate ly. there was a ?* John fr.dgers'" in the village. I and he was called on to explain it. John wiped Lis glasses, and looked over his nose with a profound all-knowing gaze. After due obser vatian.'? Oh!" said he, "yes. That's it at last, gentlemen; that is the thing that ha* kept the Congress of these United States in such a h?11 of a squabble for the last three months. That i? the tariff V THE SPIKITl AL1ST HUME. The Paris correspondent of the New York Evening Post says: ?' Mr. Dougla.1 lluui> has returned to Paris. He has brought his sister (a pretty, interesting girl of eleven years old.) to a boarding-school, where she is placed under the kind protection of the Empress " Mr. Hume is better in health than when he quilted Pari'*, and what is very singular, improved health seems to have diminished to *;rue extent his supernatural power. Mr. Hume has postivoly refused to give represen tation*. lie lives alone, very retired, and. ex cept on very few >jocasions, he doe* not consent to make any more experiments. Last tuuday. the dav the Court left Fon taiuebleau to return to I'aris. Mr. Hume had the honor of taking luncheon with their Maj esties and the King of Bavaria. before their de parture. *' He made several experiments which were required of him by the King of Bavaria In vu.ble hands have touched tne hair of his Maj esty. knocked his kness and patted his hau ls; the furniture was removed to considerable dis tances: the table* have replied to the questions put to them *? The King of Bavaria wa.? all admiration; the tu)aL.erious phenomena which manifest the supernatural |*>wer of Mr. Hume were pro duced in the mo^t decisive manner. Suddenly the phenomena cca->*sd; Mr. Hume lost his pow er the spirit refused to obey, the arm-chairs imf immovable, and the tables kept silence. ?? Aik th? spirits why they cea^e to reply,'* said one of the august witnesses of Uie experi ments. '? Mr. Hume obeyed. lie transmitted this question to the spirit, which, by the medium of the table replied, It is the hour of Divine ser vice. In fact it was a few minute-* before I2 0 clock. All rose from the table and went to the chapel. The interest wi;h which his Maj enty watches the experiment-1 of Mr. Hume are m<>.-t aurprising. He has always thought we rnu^t examine before deciding on that which appear* out of the ord.uary laws of nature, and listen without disdain to those who believe to have discovered some new law. some phenome non ooiiddered as impossible, or some tnyuery to which most men cling, because they do not comprehend it. A short time before revolution of February, at London. Prince Louis Napol e >n and Count d'Orvay pursued very attentive ly the long and expensive experiments of an rdchymist who pretended to have discovered the philosopher s atone?the secret to make g ?M The experiments have not succeeded, but >i the Euiperor had not tried them, there would 1 crhap* still remain some doubts to dissipate. - ? # ? - /" A very curious work ha* just been issued t "in tbe 1'ai'is pi?"*<. on Suicide, and Suicide In - luity, written l>y a distin^uinhr'd author in the ?I--,(uit-nii of physiology nnd |??ychology?M. ii iiMiioal Tb.' author ?hoWe* that the lot il a iitiijei of suicide, in France Tout 1-11 to 1-15 iiM luMve, ?ai tw.-nty-live thousand uinehundr d art - me of which seventeen thousand nine huu and four we re ut.-n. \V ithin the same period H t..tai sun- id?-s in Pari* uloii* Was four tbou ? .i.d live baud red aru| u!ne*y-flve,of which three thousand iwa-h.ind'ed and fifteen were men. I ntiiarr ?<1 suicides were as I to *2?eeveaty-aix; uiarr fd, 5 to ?? aine'een, wido *> and widower*. 1 ?tb?it)-two; persons of wealth, on-' hundred a .d twrnty-?ix; ut coiufo;table circumstance*, 1!??* hundred and seven'v-oite; (gaining simple ?'ilxN'einej two i'i(>ii?aiitl; hard up, two hundred and tlfty-jivt?; us< d up and denueiate. one hundred ,:'d Itly-uine; paupers, ??ne ll.otiMiid one thou mid arid ?eventy-three The number of *uicid. S in Pana is greater during the summer than the winter mouths, nod out ot tl?e four thous.-.:id live hundred aud ninety-live aakiilei m p ow Ibuus tud tad ninety-four were committed diirlii/ '? >>ad daylight, aeven hundred and sixty-nix hi Ibe evening, six hundred :?n<l tlfty-el^ht at ni^ht ' ? reinainder uot lanitilwi f;7- The citizens of Greentleld. Mass , wsre extensively Uuetl, on Thursday, by a ported circular, announcing that G -neral &fOt\ woo?d arrive by the express train. They turned out e* mass*, military and all. and expected a great tine. THE BONNET BUSINESS. b"fine!" of Massachusetts (says $ eSrfSI Tr;velIer) commands a largo amonnt ternnsi n0/mAH degree of tasta and en who c?n lf n?. everJ 11111,1 nor every woman st^le ot"a^ rt^.Ur*1a b?nnet iD the h[*hest cmILv 0ood.Ju?|?ment and taste are ne cessary to cuccess in the business. ho present rear has been a trying one for bonnet manufacturers. The season opened with fair prospects, and high hope, of a pros perous trade were inspired. Many laid their plans for extensive business, and the conse quence hu/ been that an unusual number of bonnet* have Wen manufactured. In Frank lin, Ma*i., somewhat distinguished for its man ufacture of straw goods for half a century, there have beenjnearly out hundred thoumml raw ut bonnets manufactured within si* month*. Abese cases probably contained seven millions or bonnets, enough for one quarter ot the heads, great and small, old and young, in the United States. About three hundred girls have been employed in the shops, while many others, in families, have worked at the business. Of oourse, when sudden stagnation of the business occurs, as the caso has been the present season, great losses are the result. Perhaps there has not boon much loss to most of the manufactur ers, taking the season as a whole, since the com mencement of the trade was profitable. The loss has come within the last two months. It was a good beginning with a bad ending. The reader can form some idea of the vast number of bonnets manufactured in the lansl. from the numbor made in tho town named above. It will be recollected that the above statement embraces only six months. If we add to this the number made in one other town in the State, (Foxboro*) and we shall probably have twenty hve miUionw for this year. Two towns thus furnish about one, bonnet each for every man woman and child in the Union. As the meii do not wear bonnets, and the babies do not need them, these two towns must furnish everv woman in tho land with two bonuets each?a very good supply. Then think of tho bonnets made in other places, and say if it is surprising that that the business is dull. May not one causo of the unexpected prostration ot this I'ran h ot traffic be found in the large number ot bonnets manufactured' The market must be o> erstocked, and hence the large quantities of straw now on hand, whilo the sale is over Many people have the idea that certain fash ionables in our large cities control the style of bonnets: in other words, the fashionable buver. and not the manufacturer, decides the stylr* of bonnets to be ma le. This is not so. The'man facturers control this matter completely. Last lull there was an association of bonuet-makers organized in this State, for the purpose of ma king tho style uniform. Hitherto there had been no concert of action in this regard, und the consequence was that so many styles appeared in the trade as to prove an injury. The above i association was formed to remove this diffioulty; and it has accomplished its object successfully. IJ -nnet merchants can afford to work for J small profits, and for no profits at all, this vear. since tho previous twelve or fifteen years 'have been exceedingly prosperous. The series of years has scarcely been interrupted by a sin gle "drawback.'' A va3t amount of money has i>ecn made in this time?men have riseu from poverty to affluence?and now a little bitter with the sweet will do them good. A Fishing Si'bxaiune Telegraph pon the N OK w KG I AS s? At Messrs. Ulas*j A Elliot's yard a fine submarine cable is being made for the Norwegian government. This is, as far as we are aware, probably the first electric tele graph which haj ever been used for fishing pur poses. During the fishing season tho shoals of her rings enter the fiords of Norway at most unex pected intervals, and at places where often not more than one or two fishing boats are to be f >und. Before the boats from the surrounding bays and fiords can be summoned to tho spoil the herrings have generally spawned and are away to Sea again To prevent these repeated disappointments and losses to the fishermen, the Norwegian gov ernment is about to lay a submarine cable along ?<>me fifty miles of the Coast most frequented by i.ac shoals, with land stations at short distances communicating with the fishing villages. The instant the shoal is seen in the offing, therefore, (and it can always be known at a distance by the whales which surround it,) a message will be sent along the coast telling each village the fiord or bay which it has entered. Alas for the poor herrings! M hat will become of them now that scicncc enters the deep against them, and their enernv lurks in their watery home ? They may elude whales and fishing bo.'tts. defy tides, winds and waves, but what can they do against the elec tric current They will splash heedlessly over the queer-looking rope on the bottom without thinking that it is telling their numbers and the way they have taken, and guiding their pursu ers to the destruction of them all.?London Times. Meeting or Philadelphia Butcher*. An adjourned meeting of the beef aud mutton butch ers of Philadelphia was held on Thursday even ing. for the purpose of making general nomina tions of delegates to attend a convent ion of butch ers which it is proposed to hold In the city of Baltimore during the month of September The chair was occupied by Mr. Adain tiros*, after which a number of gentlemen we e placed in nomination for delegates to the Baitituo.e Con vention, and a committee appointed to wait uoou them and ascertain if they "would serve. The'ln quirer says: \\ e learn from Mr. Lowrv, whobasbecii in correspondence with the principal butchers in the citie* cf Baltimore. Now Vork, Cincinnati and Boston, the results of his correspondence h rom most of these letters it was made evident that the butchers of those cities are readv for a g< ne.al convention, the object of winch shall lie to adopt means by which t tie enormous price now | asked for cattle may be considerably reduced The example of the butchers of the city of Bal ! tiinore in forming themselves into a protective as tibial ion. and employing a comment a?ent to purchase all their cattle f-otn the drovers and graziers, and thus save the protits realized by the speculator*, ha< certainly had the effcct of urou? I ing the butchers of other cities?who are not only forced to make their purchases from the middle men, but also to pav full price for stuffed cattle jo a knowledge of what is right and just between bayers and seller*." The Central Asirricax Treatt ?The Loi - don I'.??t. organ of Lord Palmetto,i. has a ra,her ?'gaith-ant article ou Central American affairs in which it doubts '? whether the Clayton-Bulwer conventiln can be reckoned among existing '"ore than the recently repudiate!! Da I las -L larendon treaty *> On ,?ore than one occasion the article* in the Post have foreshad ow d tlj? policy of the British Government with reference to Central American affairs, and this I one. in particular, merits attention. It also states that negotiations are still in progress, and anticU pate? that l.oid Napier will succeed in settling thtf question to the satisfaction of to h nations It adds, however: The <{ue?n. a* the sovereign of the magnifi cent province of Canada, is the second power on the continent of North America, and iti that capa I city *he has an undoubted right to oppose, not only every possible enforcement of the Monroe doctrine, but that gradual extension of the curse ! ot slavery which appears to be the suicidal and Insane policy of a considerable portion of the Aiiitic an people. 1 he loss of the Bulwer-Clay ton convention. of the Honduras convention, a.id ot the Clarendon-Dal Us tfeaty. wUi w , compensated iT hm-land should now have the h.,ppine,s to save Centred America from the in diction of that domestic Institution, equally ab horeat to the laws of God and luau. Which is the plague spot? tiie <l<imnu>a kertdita??ot the Deo. pie of the L lilted States. ' P ? Hard Ah sans as W ords.?Ail Arkansas paper a few days since, applied the epithet " pi serine t'Ui 'toi cotemporary, wince which a very sei ious | corieSfH.ndrnce has taken plate between the two ! h juorable editors of the same. The great ques tion see ins to be. what is the true meaning and Intent of the word Its orthoepy Is undoubtedly against it; but, then, it is not certain but that, dictated by true Christian charity, gentlemen are supposed to have, It might, nevertheless, have an honorable meaning, FOR RENT AND 8ALE. I OF.*.?5 FOR SALE. MY FARM, "Rosen T' !i ^ miles distant from tbe town of Culpeper SJ? * fiep?t of the Orao^e and Alexandria R. R. I'his r arm contains 156 acre* of land equal to any in ?? lion of Virginia. Forty acres are in timber, the balance open land in fine order, ton it is a large anu valuable young Orchard now just coming into ?>eariuc, comprising all the most desirable varieties or Apples. Fears, Plums, Peaches, Apricots, Necta rines, t?rapes, &<5., &c., suited to our elimate, a f pnng of never failing pure water near the dwelling, Out--lnHises, Ac. The Dwelling is plain, but amply sufficient to accornirodate a small family. The situation for health and beauty is second to none in this region. An extensive range of mountain scenery, the beautiful \illagc or Culpeper, with in a lew minutes walk, offer facilities A>r attend ing Church, and as tine Schools as our State al fords, while the Orange and Alexandria R. Road puts it within a lew hours ride of either W ashington, Alexandria, or Richmond. It is seldom a fann,Willi as many advantages, in offered to the notice of the punlic. 1 ergons desiring to purchase art* respectful ly invited to call and view the premises. It is lor s-ilo privately, but if not sold before Saturday. the 1st August, on that day it will be offered at public auc tion. on the premises, without reserve. Terms p 1" nT> v\- i*lv"R,lf'i For any information address K. t.. HOW CulpenerCourt House. Vs. je 4. FV^rTu''^-^. FARM of 115 acres. nine miles JL iroin \\ aslungton, near the Seventh street road. I he improvements are a small Dwelling llouve. a good Stable, a well of good water with new wood pump in same. There are W choice fruit trees? A part of the farm is well fenced. It will be sold a bar gain, if immediate application be made, or it may be . ZC,l~ p[(;pert>? Apply to If. N. LAXS UAl.K. No. 564 M street, or through the Poet Office. jo^4-l in SALE.?A piece of line I.AN'bon 1 rC* .if l ' 'P Montgomery oount.v, Md? six miles from the heights of Georgetown, adjoining the lands of Messrs. Perry. Wood, Begtor, Nowles, Bohrer.and Hawkins. Ignores. A beautiful loca tion 2 partially improved; new house; ISacresricli creek toittom. ami some fine yellow-pine timber. It can be divided, if desired. Call and see the premi ses those who desire to purchase. je4-tf K<>K ^AT.K. .My R LSIDEN'CE on the corner of II avenue and C street south. Capitol Mid. Iron tine on th<? avenue MS feet 3 inches, anil 011 ?'?8"u' i ^lee' H inches, and containing nearly S4.nm? square feet. m*v 8-tf \V. p. PBlLMfWL P(iR, 1 JftffiL'TmK- that valuable . * E/H- GROI NI) No. 1 ia. situated l>e i,T. ,CE r ? "'"J 19 " ?treets HI"1 H S'"1 s? containing lon.wm feet. Apply at No. 512 (2d story) 7th street. J?J5 POJ-f-A R D WKIIH. Agent. A VALUA LE h A RM FOR SALK?ol29< acres ?f g??od I-ARMING LAND, situated in the County of Fauquier, Virginia, on the Alexandria and Orange Railroad, a fe\v)ardn from Warrenton Junction; within nine miles by Railroad from the County Soat, and only two hoiirs travel from the oitiesul \\ aslinuton and Alexandria. The Farm is in a high state of cultivation, and is abundantly sup plied with water and timber, anil has much excellent meadow land. Churches, Mills, and good neighliors witliin a short distance. For further information apply to JAMES MORROW. Esq. on the pTVco or to the sulwcriber at bis Broker's Office, near Brown s Hotel, \\ aslungton City. ROBERT MORROW. I*1 ARM FOR SALE?A K AR M, containing Itjn acres. ??f land, more or less, situated immediately upon the W ashing'onand Brookviile Tnrnpike.about 12 miles Iroin Washington, together with stock, con sisting of a) head of Hozs. Cows, Heifers. Horses. \\ agon. Hay, Carriage. Harness, Plows. Harrows, ard harming I tensils generally, tbe Crop in the ground, ?traw. Hay. iVc. It is well watered, having a spring in every field. An uuftiling stream of water runs,through the premises. There is a good frame dwelling-house and out-houses necessary to farm ing purposes. There is also an Orchard 011 the pl.iae. !Us>ul one third of the laud is in timber, oak, hickory, n?urul,.-U,er inquire of BENJAMIN rrn Kea" ""?> Montgomery sts.; GLO. \\ . BOHkER, o?r. <if Hit hand Gay streets, Georgetown, D. C., or of Mr. 1IAR P, on the prein "*"f- ap ffl-tf Lp" If not sold by the 22.1 insf. will bo offered at public auction to the highest bidder, je 4 ^ALE_C IIK AP?And on liberal terms, the ?t *"!?> FRAME D\\ EI.LINGS, viz 2 One just finished, and situated 011 the northwest corner of id and II streets, in the First Ward; one just finished, and on the west side of 1st street we*r he ft ve?-n K nni L.anU in a rapidly improving pnrt of the city ; one 011 the cast side of a;th street west, be Ka?b>'? Si"P Yard;" a. d two. Nos. 116 and 118, on north side East Capitol 8rr??. Also, MTf) more, ftituated in different parts of the city. A(#l) at No. 612 <2d story>7th street, POLLARD WEBB. !wrs,,i'r>' brick 1>WEL 1 , w,'h building and a line yard at tached, situated on E street, l>etweeii 13th and 14th streets. I he house could be made one of the best business stands in Washm-Thm, b-in/ within a l w steps o| \\ illards , and adjoining Flint's Hotel. po < l,,w Ut of Applv to FRANCIS ? 1Jr ' *? a,ul'j Grocer, corner ofF and l^th sts. _jel3-u (Intel > **AL L (J R REN J1.? I'he large and oommo linripv "'rrestory li RICK DWELLING .i I No. 522 L street, l>etween yth and li.th, north side, which has just been put in complete order lor occupancy, will lie *<>M on accommodating terms, or rented low to a go<sl teiuint. It has a large brick r'l it v' lt# y>tT '"forniation apply to GEO. BI RNS. No. MO Ponn. avenue, or to the sub scriber. A N i)RE\\ SMALL, No. 291 C street, l?j t ween 9th and lotli. jela-6t* l^OR SALE.?A valuable tract of LAND, con *r taming nls.ut CJ acres, and within 3 miles of \Y J.siiington citv. Terms 2 One-fourth cash; 1*1 ance 111 1,2, 3, and 4 y ears ; or half in cash, and bfll ance in city property, improved. Apply at No. 512 (2d story)7th stroet. POLLARD WEBB, I^OR RENT.?One ot iiiv IIOI'SES on C street, between 1st and 2d, withall the modern improve ments and conveniences. The house is tour-stories Jiign, with dry o..'llar. Pure water 111 th? kitchenand through the house. Rent reduced to S-W per month. ARD, 12th street and Canal. je iiKjw l^iWVA M RkaL Estate AiiE.XTS, 1 4Mt Seventh street, below E street, havo for sale a number ol Building Lota 24 feet front by !3i teet deep, at the very low price of from ?75to "al25 moiith'>,l'a ,U 611Ui'' instalments of *"3 per Those Lots are situated at Union Town, on the south side ol the Anacostia river, adjoining the Na vy-yard Hridge, Hinl are in every way desirable for persons wishing a cheap, piea^ant.and healthy loca tion for a dwelling. Lot-ho!dors in arrears aro requested to oornplcte their purchase, and get their d-wis ; the title to these I.ots is guaranteed free and clear from every possible incumbi ance. may 25~3m R1 \NT-~T'' ^ R A BLE a Kc.SlDr.NCL ontke corner of F and 2!st sts.. together with the Grounds surrounding it. The House contains sixteen rooms, has gas throughout, and lurnace. I he "table will be sold or rented with the house if desired. The lot the house stands on is 50 liv 136 feet, but the purchsscr can have more mud if desired. Also, f.^r Sale-The LOT OF GROUN D on the Winer of F aiid 19th streets, and LOTS on lath,near F street. Apply to CHUBB BROTHERS. ap o-ti F'.'R SALE.?That beautiful, comfortabU Cot tage built D\\ Kl.LING HOUSE situated on rn* corner of 22d street west and E strei-t north. I he Lot fronts 50 feet by 13< deep. The Furniture wil! lw sold with th-' House il wanted. The Uk^iiioii is deligntful either forasuininer or winter residence. APPiV t<> FOLLAKD WEBB, As?ut, No. 512(2*1 story ) 7th street. ,nay Humphries & junniman. ~ On I ourlh Street east, Iwtween E and F, Capitol Hill, ha\ e btt^d up their place, whicii will l>e open daily to visitors, and every Monday atternoon for those who wish to engage in the English Quadrilles or German \V a!tzes. will find an opportunity to do so there. \y eber s Band has been engaged for tlie sea son, and Will be 111 attendance. They have on hand aud constantly making the purest Larzer to tie obtained 111 the city, jo 17-3m PUBLISHED THIS DAY COMPLETE^ LirTl.E DORRIT, complete, by Charles Uickens, price 5'i cents, for sale at . SHI ISLINGTON'S Book Store, je 17 Odeon Building, corner 4>i st. and Pa. av. 1\ vtifil'i^o-!'' Mil ward A. Sob's exhibition ? 1. 1 . sharps aud bet weens, all numliers; the Iiest in the market. U?"en'? Telegraphic NEEDLES, put up in caskets or one hundred. Mattres., Sail, Iltrness. Darning, Chenille, Net ting, and Knitting NEEDi.ES, lor sale bx je No. 123 Brfcla? ?trect^'(/i-org?u?wn. ClIII.I.IViTON HAS RKCEIVED PLT nam s Magazine for July. Graiiam's Magazine for July. ladies' National Magazine for July. Ballou's Dollar Monthly for July. New York Journal for July. The great Pictorial Brother Jonathan for the 4th of Jul), full of illustrations. All the Newspapers. Magazines, and everything 111 the St itiouery line kept constantly on hand, and for ?aleat JOS. SHI L LING TON'S, Bookstore, Odeon BuiUlinif, J0 17 oornci 4,'j street aud P*mi. avenue. fAR HI AGES?CARRI AG ES-C A R RI AGES. V/ I he undersigned l?as now on hand a, very good H*si>rtiiieut of SI/'.N^I ERs CAR It I AG ES, <;<il'? *? t" .tfrwinrh ??? he very respectfully invites th? public generally Prices moderate. J NO. P. DENNIS, ap 24-eo3m 6th st., bet. Ia. ave. and C st. PIT FIELD'S GIN- ANlTbKAXDY CCCK TAIL AT A ItkDUCED PRICE.-A supply 01 this Drink rcoentiy r??eived at a less pnoe, are ?nabi?d 1thereby to sell it a reduced price. It is coin posed of the best materials, already mixed and prepared for use, and put up in quart liottles.and for JA.NIES II. SHEKELL, 273 y It,, por, of 13th, AUCTION SALES. By A. 6RKKN1 Auctioneer. Handsome uru.uiNG i.ot on north hd9 BKTWKEX 2d AND 3d RTHIETS WFST AT *Y??^A '(l'ESOAy, the ZA instant, I shall sell, in front of the premises, at 6 o'clock p. in.. l,ot inJSU'1? ^.fronting 30 feet on north E street, north side, next to the oorner of 2d street west, running tack MW feet to a 25 feet allev .JJ^"JITTfSTT ,or "?? ???y ^nyllun* relative to the beautiful location of the above-dwicribed prop - il* ~ as.? 18 ,hat Per?on" wishing to purchaiie will Mamine the premises for themselves. and I am ?hi m i"1! ?V 1 {* convlucfd tl?t it is one of the most beautiful and commanding sites lor a pri vate residence in that section of the citv, and the *nen?U "e'lfliborhood in a rapid stateo^improve ; (]?e t,hird 0Mhi the '*hinei? in six am! oTsalS ?f notes interest from day A deed given ami a deed of trust taken. Title indisputable. " 12 '' A. GREEN. Aiict^ Jiy A. liKKKX, Auctioneer. fALE.?By virtue of a deed of trust v ? ^21 /*?? .1??' a,l<' recorded in Liber J. A. S. r.'?ft' f"ivs V*3' *38. aud ??&>, one of the Land ?. '. "fhjnfton oountr m the District of t oluinbia, I shall on Tl ESDAY, the J?th of J line, at six o clock p. in., hi front of the premises, otlet for saic at public auction to the highest bidder there lor. the following property, to wit: " All the lo!lowiug_ piece or parcel ol property, to wit, part of I.ot .No. o in S?|(are No. dW, of saiii city, beginning tor rlio same at the southwest corner ol said lot anl running thence north along the line of Eleventh street we<t 23 feet, thence east 23 feet, theuoc north two' Teot,, thence east 71 feet 9 inches to tho rear of ?anjIU?t, thence south along the rear line of the sa:d lot 2.? feet to tho southeast corner of the said lot, thence west along the south lino of said lot 93 feet '<r ll" point of beginning." Teruis. cash. Property to lie resold at the rir k and expense of the purchaser unless terms are com plied with in three days from day of tale. EDWARD C. CARR1NG TON, jn b'-CnwAd A. GREEN, Auctioneer. T_ By J. C. Met; EIRE. Aaet loner.

RLSTkE S SALE OK A NEAT FRAME Hoes 5 *sn Lot on 8th strkkt wkst.ketvvkkx rlL'oIVM,s,vi;,i:T,s NORTH.?On THURSDAY AK J ERNOON, July !Hh.at ti,lj o'clock, on the premi ses, by virtue of a deed of trust, dated July 21st, l?53,and duly recorded in Liber J. A. S., No. ?o, fo lios 94. 95. and 96, one of the land records for Wash ington county, II. C., | shall sell Lot N. in Cojle's subdivision in Square No. 424, fronting 16 feet 10 in ches on ath street west, between M ai>?l N streets north, running back 95 feet to a ten-feet alley, w ith the improvements, consisting ol a neat and well built frame dwelling House. Terms cash. J AS. M. WILSON, Trustee. je4 2aw.Vds J. C. McGUIR E. Auctioneer. I^RLSTELS SALE.?By virtue of a deed A trust from David Jones and wife tome, I wille pose to public sale, on THURSDAY, the 25tli d of I ex - - . . - - - - ? -.' ?? . . , .an. ./,!? dav ol June next, at >2 o'clock in., (if fair, it not, the next lair day thereafter.) on the premises. ?!! thst part or parcel of land whereon the said David Jones now resides, containing ahout ninety -two acres, and which property formerly belonged to the late Doug lass \ os.s. This property is most eligibly situated lor a Donming establishment or femaie se mi nary .be ing immediately on the Baltimore and Washington railroad, distant ahout one hundred ?ards from the Biadensbnrg depot. The improvements consist of a large aud commodious Frame Dwelling, in complete repair, and ever) necessity out building. The land is aduural.il) adapted to the usual productions of the country, aud si an inconsiderable outla) might l>e rendered most productive, a greater portion being hue meadow land, in point nfheaith it will compare with any situation in this country, and rareiy is it that property possessing so many advantages is of fered for sale. The terms will be liberal, and made known on the day of sale. N. C. STEPHEN, Trustee, may 2b-3tawts Blad insburg, Md. Bv A. GREEN, Auctioneer. FEXECUTOR'S SALE OF TIIIRTV VALF J ABLK Bllt.Ul.MJ LOTS IS Tl! k. ClTV OF WASH INGTON, BKLONGINO TO THK KSTATK OK TIIK I.ATE wr'i-ViS. -^EL M'LIFR, DKCKSSKD, AT AUCTION.?Oil N , day of June instant, I shall sell, by order of the exeefttor, commencing at 5 o clock p. in., at my Auction Room, No. 52tj Vth street, thirty handsome Building Lot*, viz : l*ot No. 6, in square31. Lots 2ami A, in square 40. l,ots 'land4. in square SV Lot 17. hi square oi l. Lots 5 and 2<i, in square 515. Lots 4 and 5. in square 8M. Lots I a, 19, ami and part2t, in 3quare 87S. Lots 3. 4, and 5, in square 9#9. Lot 1, in squaro J,<? 11. I.ot 3, in square south of 1,019. Lot 2, in square I.ot 1, in square 1,<22. I.ot 6. in square 1 .CM 1, Lots 3, 4,15.1C. 17.18, and 19, in square 1,090 Lot 11, in square 435. Tiit) attention of the public is respectfully invited to this sale. I hey will perceive that the property is located in various parts of the city, some of which are in veiy rapidly improving nei^hUirhoo-ls, and t he sale will be well worthy their attention. Jerins: One third cash: !<atauce in 1,2,S,4,anil5 years, the purchaser or purehnsera to give notes for the deferred payments, bearing interest from the dav *?f sale. Interest to l?o paid semi-annually. A deed giveu and k de?*d of trust taken on the property to aecurc the pa)ment of the notes. All convey a noe at the cost of the purchaser. FRANCIS PETERS. Executor. jolR eo&ds A. GREEN, Auct. JN'l'ER EST ALLOWKD ON DEPOSITED. MONEY to LOA \ on STOCK SECURITIES CHL'BB BROTHERS, BANKERS, Opposite the 1'reasu* y. THE HOUSE OF CHUBB BROTHERS, Washington, is composed of CH AS. St. J. CHUBB, JOHN D. HARROW THE HOUSE OF "OLMK*' CHUBB BROTHER, BARROW A CO., Davknpost, Iowa, is composed of CHAS. St. J. CHUBK, ALEX'R H. BARRO\V, jan 27?tf WAI. H. DOUUAL. I AW BOOKS.?Digest ol Maiylatid Reports. -i comprising Gill's Reports,9 vols., Maryland Reports, H vols.,and >laryland Ctiancery Decis ions. 4 vols., b) Stockett, Merrick, and Miller, 1 vol.. 8vo. Chittv on the Law of Carriers,with American Notes, 1 vol. Hill on Trustees, with American Notes; new edi tion; I vol. Olcott's Admiralty Reports, for the Southern Dia tnct of Now York : I vol. Groenlesfs Overiuled Cases; revised edition; 1 vol. Di?est of Eutdish Lsw and Equity Reports ; 1 vol. Abbott's Prao ice Repoits: 2 v< 1-. ILIlard on Renl Property : 2 vosls., new edition. Addison on Contracts, with American Notes ; 1 vol. new edition. Index lo English Common Law Reports; 2 vol. juue 11 FRANCK TAVLOR. JOSEPH GAWLKrTcaBINET MAKER AND *? I xi>KHTAKEH.?Ready made Cof tins constantly on hand. F - ? 4^- '* ? .^*,-4 tendo<l to. ami interments procured in 111 111 " the diiierent Cemeteries. Furniture of every de scription made to order. Old Furmture Repaired and Varnished. Ware- Rooms 182 Penn.avenue. ?we?n 17th and IBtli streets. mar23-3i? WD. EICHLER, . , , .\o.5f*1 SEVEXTH STREET between I) and E streets, west side, PR AC TIC A L U A I'CHMAKER, keeps constantly on hand a fine assortment of W ATCH ES andA-. JF.WELR \\ hp in.?,7, \YK HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE F(m7 " lowing Goo<1s which we are prepared to sell at a small advance ol co^t for cash : A very large variety of Turner Bros, celebrated Liquors,viz: Turner s Ginger Wine, an excellent remedy for Dispep-ia Blackberry Hrandy.a certain cure for Diarrhea and Dysentery Claret, Madeira, Sherry, and Sweet Malaga Wines, all of superior quality Raspberry, StrawUrry, Ginger, and Cherry Hran dies. all of fino Havors, prepared from the pure juice of the fruit Rose, Cinnamon, Annis.and Penperment Cordials Curacoa, Absinthe, Essence of Pepperment Extract of Sarxaparilla, Stoughton Bitters rorest \\ me Bitters. We have also on hand, a supply of Dr. Wheeler's Celebrated Sherry Wine Bitters, a splendid article. In addition to the aln>vet we have at all timea a larte supply of the following named stock of Malt Liquors, being the only Liquors of the kind in the District, aud which cannot fait in giving satisfaction them: Philadelphia X V, Burton and \X\ Pnle Ale,I'hiladelphia Brown Stout,XX Por ter. and a fine article of Lager Beer. As usual, a supply of Mineral Water, Cidor, Ac., on hand. ARNY Ac SHI.NN, je 8 57 (ireen street. Georgetown. BlTl L DIN(i HARDWA R E.-The attention Builders k called to our stock of BUILD- e ING HARD\v ARE, comprising the largest ? and best selected of any m the city: Locks,, Knobs, ?c., from the cclohrated faotorv of Da vonprot. Mall ory &. Co., and Russell A Erwin's Manufacturing Company: Hinges of all kinds; Screws, Hrads. Nails, Sash, Weights and Cord.Sa.-h Pullo) \\ indow Sbrings and Sash Fastcntiigs.Wall Stars. Bolts and Shutter Fastenings. In fact, every thing wantod in the Hardware line for a house, anil ?old cheap, cheaper, cheapest for cash. IIAR\T?Y A ADAMS, jo 6-lm 320 Pa. ave.. b?t. 6th and 7te sta. Til E AUTHOR OF V JOH N IIA LI FAX. Uan tleiiiin."?Nothing New, Tales. By this distin guished author; 5<i cents. Boat Life in Egypt and Nubia. By Wilham'C. * time; ? 1,25. n Ml sV,dfn!B' ?jbbon; B? Willuim Smith. LL. D. Illustiated with one hunnred engraviucs' fit Just published and for sale at * TAYLOR Sc. MAURY'S i.n Dentistry, &c. DR. VILLARD, DENTIST. LATK OK CHI CAGO, would respectfully inform theeit-. izens of the District anil vicinity, that bav-J ing locatod himself in Washington, he is now prepared to perform all operations in hia profes sion, in the most approved style. Office, No. 250, Penn. avenue, adjoining Gautier's. jsnanit rpHE IMPROVED SETS OF TEETU. DR. LOOMIS, the inventor and patentee of "LoomiMineral Plate Teeth," having. successfully introduced his improvement in{ various cities, has now perinaueutly estab lished himself in Washington. This improvement for SetsofTeeth oonsistschief ly in making a set or hut one piece of material, and that indestructible mineral. No metal is used in their construct ion, ar.d th"j are therefore free from galvanic action and metalic taste. There are no joints to liecome filled with moisture or particlea of food, hence they are pure am! cl-nn. They are lighter, stronger, less clumsy, far more durable, end natural in their appearance. I will give a reward of One Thousand Dollars to any one who will produce a similar work of art to equal mine in pnnty, tiMtT, durability, artistic excellence or any other requisite quality. All work responsibly warranted. ?76 Petina. avenue, between 11th and 12th streets. ap 13-1 y DR. C. S. GOODMAN, NUKG EOS DE.XTIST, and Mancfactcrek of Artificial Terth.?. _ His complete arrangements enabling h:in tonvflSSv present the following reasonable prices: ?*-* Entire Upper Sett Teeth, on Gold .?.43" to Si Do do do on Silver- 12 to 25 One or more, on Gold....? -. 2 to 5 Do on Silver 1 to 3 Filling, Extracting, Removing Tarter; also. Re pairing at the same reasonable rates. All operations executed in such a manner as to give every satisfac tion. Oifice corner 8th street ajid avenue. ap S Dentistry. DR. STEPHEN BAILY, Office No. 198 Pennsylvania Avk??ck, Three doort from Mta Street. Dr. BAILY bezs leave to inform the puhliothat he can he seen at all hours.at his office, located asabove. I!c b?els assured that an expcrienceof fifteen years' practice, with the large number of patients.an<l great variety of difficult cases that he has treated success fully, will enable him to surmount anv difficulty, scientific or otherwise, relating to the Teeth. His own experience confirming the opinion of many men eminent in the profession, and especially Drs. Harris and J. and E. Parmly, ha* led him, long since, to dis card all mercurial preparations for filling Teeth.also all Enamels. Gutta Perch*. India Ruol?er, and Ce ments for tho construction of Coat in BOM Ourn Teeth, and that Porcelian, mounted on Gold Fiate. is the only reliable substance that can fie worn in the month, as was most conclusively shown by the last American Dental Convention. Although he flatters himself from hi* long resi dence and practice in Washington, he is favorably known to In* numerous friends and patrons, fie begs leave to rtiler them to the following TESTIMONIALS: From the late Rector of the Church of Epiphany of this city. Dr.SrKPHES Rmly: DoarSir?! desire to express my esteem for you personally, and my confidence in you as a superior dentist. The operations executed for me have been highly satisfactory. I hope thai you may receive the patronaje frotn my friends and the public that your skill so well deserves. Yours very truly, Washington, Aug. 26,1(1%. J. W. FRENCH. From one of the oldest firms in Baltimore, Messrs. Hog**, Cot man A Co. Having employed Dr. Stephen Baiiy. Surgeon Den tist, of Wasmngton oity, to execute for me an im portant and difficult piece of work, which he did to my entire satisfaction,and in view of the fact that one of the ?nont distinguished members of the Dental College of Baltimore, failed, after repeated trials, to perform the same work satisfactorily, it rives me great pleasure to express my entire confidence and hull estimation of Ins professional skill. Baltimore, Jan. 12,1857. IIAR.MANN BOGGS. Extract from a note received from the late Hon. John M- Clayton. U. S. Senate. Aug. 19, 1C56. The teeth you made for me work admirably ; noth ing could be belter. Very gratefully, JOHN M. CLAYTON. To those that seek relief from the ma'adies of the teeth, 1 can cheerfully recommend Dr. S. Baily as a superior Dentist: he made a set of porcelian teeth for one of in> fainilv.and piuggnd several teeth for my self, aud the work has all stood well for more than ten years. ROBERT T. NIXON, of the Va. Conf. of tho M. E. CiiuroJi South. April 19,1856. We. the undersigned, hnving had occasion to avail ourselves of the professional skill of Dr. S. Bany, Surgeon Dentist of this city, or navmg been cogniz ant of his operations on our families or friends, take pleasure in expressing our admiration of his artistic skill, as well as of the uniformly satisfactory manner in which he performs the most delicate and difficult operations in Dental Surgery,and we respectfully re commend him to the confidence and patronage of the public, of wtuch we consider him eminently worthy. Thomas 1. Walter, Architect I". S. Capitol. Thomas Miller, M. D.,of Washington, D. C. B. S. Boukcr, M. D. of Georgetown, D. C. N. S. Lincoln, M. 1).. of Washington, D. C. Jos. H. Bradley, of Washington, D. C. George Waltos. Ex-Governor of Florida. Walter Lenox, Ex-Mavorof Washington. Hknry Baldwin, U. S. Patent Office, O. C. Wight, Principal Rittenhouse Academy. feb20 tf A RETIRED PHYSICIAN whose sands of life have nearly run out, discovered while in the East Indies, a certain cure for Consumption. Asthma, Bronchitis. Coughs, Colds, aud General Debility. The remedy was discovered by linn when his only child, a daughter, was given up to die. He had heard much of tho wonderful restor ative aud healing uualities of preparations made from the East India Hemp,and the thought occurred to him that he might make a remedy for his child.? He studied hard and succceded in realizing his wish es. His child was cured, and is now alive and well. He has since administered the wonderful remedy to thousands of sufTerent in all parts of the wtjrld. aud he has never failed in making them completely heal thy and happy. Wishing to Soil much good as pos sible, he will send to mucii of his atfiictcd fellow ! ic ings as request it, this recipo, with full ami explicit directions for making it up, and successfully using it. He reouires each applicant to enclosc hiin one shilling?three cents to be returned as postage on the recipe, and the remainder to be applied to tlie pay ment of this advertisement. Address Dr. H. JAMES, No. 19Grand street, r .Jersey City, N.J. } N. B. Dr. IT. James has neither office nor agent / in New York as some have pretended and adver / tised. The recipe is sent from tio place but N / 19 Grand street, Jersey City, New Jersey. ?f w f^HINA, GLASS AND t/l'E ENS WARE. R. 11. MILLER,SON A CO., ? ivorably v > ii. u..iiii<ni.n.^w.> Importer! direct from Liverpool to Alexan dria, beg .eavetocailtheattenMonofdtvilers. hotel-keepers, and others of Washington and Georgetown, to their stocks of HOODS, ?? which.for extent and variety, will compare favoral with any establishment in the Eastern cities. The connexion of their senior partner with the manufacturers of Europe and the I nited States for upwards of thirty years, has given hunadvau'ages in the putohase of go<nls equal, if not superior, to any house 111 the trade. An inspection of good* and prices will satisfy all parties that purchases can l>e made of them upon the most Utvorable terms. French China Dinner Sets, gilt and decorated Frcnch China Dinner Sets, gold l?and and plain white French China Vases. Pitchers. Toilet Seta, Ac. French China Tea Sets.Cupsand Saucers, and other articles of Teawnre And Dinner Ware, separate from seta India Cnu-i Dinner Sets,and separateartictes a'way s on hand White Granite Ware in every variety, in seta, and separate from sets, as may W desired Blue Printed or Liverpool Ware, the same Common Edged. White and Rockingham Ware, in full aupplv. Cut, Pressed, Plain.aud Moulded Glasa Ware from the best establishments in the Eastern and Western States, which will be sold by the package or other wise. Experienced packers employed. Goods put up by us can be transported by any mode without breakage. Fare by the steamlioats from Washington to Alex andria, almost hourly, 12% cents eaon way. A quar ter of a dollar thus spent may aave many dollar* dec I REWARD.?R ana way from the subsori ber. living near Upper Marlborough, Prince George's county, Mu., on the 29th of t/99 April, NEGRO MAN. DAVY GREEN. Tg\ aUiiit 57 years of age, 5 feet, ti inches huh?a Jk dark mulatto?has a large bushy head, with t J _ whiskers round his face, medium size ami down look. He may hire himself in the District, where he has relatives, or make his way to tome free State, as lie left without any provocation. I will give Two Hundred Dollars, if taken out of the State?ijlrti if taken in the District, or any other psrt of Maryland, aud %50 if taken in this county, In either case he must l?e secured so that I get him. je9-tf WILLIAM J. BERRY. O ALT1MORE CITY MALT HOUSE. MALT FOR SALE^Th* uudersuned having recently purchased the CITY MALT HOLSK, corner of West Falls avenue and Block i.treet, would announce to his friends and the public, that he has it now in full operation, with a large auppiy of MA LT for sale on liberal terms. .vu_ ? my 6-3r.i KR ANCIS DEN MEAD._ UTOCK IN THE OLD ^MINION COAL O COMPANY, KANAWA COUNT\ , VA. Subscription* will He received at the Banking House of Chubb Brother*, lor the remaining stock ? ?h *<ia nit tui PA/1 ? fta Mfl House of L'hubO i mil ii". -. ? jjf the aliove ooinpany, l?eiuft' three hundred shares"^ The capital stock is (dollars.) of which has been subscribed. The mines are bow prepared for active operations, and 6 per cent in terest will be guaranteed upon the stack noar offered for sale, by the original stockholder*, for the period of two years. Particulars in retard to the stock, and its prospects, will fie made known npon application to CHUBB BROTHERS. 4au?l P. P. DANDRIDGE, Afta , ? ... STAR. THE WEE KL > ^ Tlut excellent Faroiy and Newt Jo taming ? rreeter variety of interesting reedi^ '? m be foand in My other?is published on Sttiru.. morning. Bind* copy. per tannin**! fl ? ro am. Firsoopies , l? Ten Cofiti ? 00 Twenty oi>pim - IS ? IIT'CasH, INnilllLT IX ADVAMCM. Bv subscribing id clubs nue*d among MuKtort without the intervention of a mail %raet. aa Will ba peroeived. twenty per oent. of tha WtULT Sta* will be saved. It invariably contains the " \\ ash uifton Newt" that haa mad* the Daily area late ?<> generally throughout the country. onpie* Mn wrapper a) oar be procured at the count sr. immailieieiy after the taaaauf the Paper, u 111 ClXTI. ' t* ??tr a% *ttn nci aa agents will ba alio wad a OOinmusioQ ?f tvwiiy p*r otit. Summer Hetre&U, Ac. Hygeia hotel, ? ^ i ?,V.D,tOINT comfort, va. rh.a jno?t de'.e?iM.ii >u?nmer resoct-the " bright particular locality of all thaaunny South"? A .. X i? now the sola property o| the u inter Vrmt signed, and will tie opened oa the let nfU'K I June next, and each successive June InUoailSri engage to make it to the seekers for hea th, recrea tion. gaiety and good living, supremely attractive. For health, no Mountain retreat enn be saler at amy season of the year. It ia aa exempt Irom disease ia A ??J * ' " * ^ ...v p. . a a a? ?? raranpi ll'in ||| August and September and October aa in April. May or June. Indeed the brat three are infinitely th? "?oat pleasant of the season. The weather ia milder, the Seabreeze halmier, and the luxuries of the salt water are to lie had of bner quality and in greater profuaion. There ia no more inviting a pot on the whole Atlantic eeaUiard. It la strictly true of it what the poet hath aaid : " Oh ! if there tw an Elytinm on earth, it it this, it ia thia!" lira. Archer. Jarvis, and other armr an rg eons at the pokt, llou. Dr. Krancia Mailory, Dra. Seiupie, Sunk.iik, Sheild Hope, and Yaughan,and indeed the whole medical Faculty resident in the vicinity of Fort Monroe, all oertify that they " karr nrr*r inotrn n rant of hilltous or agate ant! ftvrr to ori ginate tkrre, and that nt all seasons it t* rAa k?altki<st spot <?a the far* of th* earth." (Sea their certificates in De Boa's Review, Southern Planter,and American Farmer.I niftr 22-drw& lawful JoS. SEGAR, Proprietor. f^AL'gi'IKK WHITE SI I.PHIR SPRINGS, VIRGINIA. This highly improved end well established WA TERING PLACE, is now open for the public.*^ reception. The tiauis ou the Orange Road.fromn; Alexandria west, at?d from GordonsviU* rast,*^" connect at Warrenton with lines of Stages for the Springs, distant aix mile* by a traded road. Passengers from Baltimore v?d Washington city, arrive at the Springs at l? H o'clock a. m., and frotn Richmond and the South to dinner. All inquiries promptly responded to by letter and circulara giving particular*, forwarded upon appli cation. THOMAS B. P. INGRAM, je lo-lm ALEXANDER RAKKR. KUPP'S HOTEL. The tind?r*iri;cd woulJ respectfully lulorm !M public that he has made varioua improvements^^ to his wHI-known establishment,and that he isK prepared to receive and entertain hia customers^? in the moat anperb manner. Ilia House ia conducted on the European style; the reoina airy, and the atristcat attention paid to the want* of hia guest*. The Bar ia furnished with the t?atof LIQUORS CIGARS, Ac. The great 4?si>1rratum. qmetne**, coolneaa, (ia the garden attached.) insures for all a pleasant re sort. Obliging assistant* are aiwaya at hand, and all demand* will be promptly attended to. WM.RCPP. je IO-2w No. 4H4 Pa. ae.. bet.Sd and 4H ata. THE MOUNTAIN HOI SE, I CAPOS SPRINGS, VIRGINIA. Will l?e opened for the reception ol V.aitora on MONDAY.22d June. r Through ticketa can beol^taaned at Baltimore, Wa.-luiiRton. Richmond a in I Alexandria. Pnaaeugera leaving Baltimore in the a*r!? irjom ing train, via Alexnndriaand Manaaaaa Gap Railroad to Stiaabure. reach the Spnnga Irom 5 u>6o'ok>efc aanieevening; anil Ihaaa fr??in Baltimore and the Went via Harper'a F'crry and Wincheater from 8 to 9 p. m. J. N. BUCK, je 2 Proprietor. Pianos, &c. I N CONSEQUENCE OF THE PATRONAGE I which the public haa beatowed on uay we have t>een enabled to enlarge our atookT of Muaic and Mnaical Merchandise. By1 arrangement* with Mr. Schoeneberger in Pan*, and Schota A. Sona in Mayence, we will sell Foreign M ua>e to dealt ra and profeaaora on the moat r?Mr>n able terma. Our Catalogue, compriaing over five thouaand original works, ih now completed, and to beliadat the Muaic Depot. String*. lK?*t qualify, very cheap in bondies. Violin*, Guitar*. F.iaenbrandt'a Flutea. Vio'incelios. Brass Inst rumenta, etc. Our stock ol B'*oon A Raven's and William Mil ler's cclchrate<{ I'liutos will be completed again in a lew day*, which a e will aell on the moat reaaonable termaaM give the l?eat city reference. M ir*ic Depot, corner of 11th and Penn. avenue, jel* W.G.MET7EROTT. J>l ANO FORTE IXSTR UCTION. Mr. W. II. PALMER ooutinnea to adJ new mem hers to Uis claaaes. Apply to Mr. PAI,-. MKR, at his Kooti.s over Farrham'^ KiH?kat<?re. Tunkdny, \>>dnesday, Fri-? dav.and Saturday, between 2 and b p. m. Terms ?5 per quarter. ar2Stf \roc A L MI'SIC.?Mrs. FRANKLIN, leaoher ol Music, having vacant hours lor a few more Scholars, reqneat* those I.ndie* who are desfruua of Iwing perlectel in Ballaii Singing, or < >pcra M uaic, to favor her with an early application. Terms made known at her residence. E street, between ?th and loth, nod at the Music Stores of Mr. Davis, and Metzeiult. ai>6-3ni riMIRKF. BEAUT1FI L PIANOS rceeived tki 1 day from Boston. Also.three vorv tin^_ j??-o ^ aeeoud-hand Pianos, tut little used, aevei l&xd ottaves,rosew?HHl cases, will be sold at great* ? ' *? " largains.at our P.ano l orte, Melodeon. aud Mnrio \\ arer?>oina, l?et* een iHh and l"th streets. No.Jt. i.-4 JOHN F. Kl.LIS. rjMVO PIANOS FOR $IS>; ONF. IOK ?!?*? I two for fS-Stf are now for sale at th<_ Music Depot of K - 4 W. G. METZEROTT.nl VT1 Corner of Penn. avenue aud lith street. Terms oasy. may It THRRK NEW AND BEAI TIFI L PlANoi 1 AT GREAT B A RG AI N S.-These^r-r??? ? a__ ? ? ? * ? ? - - .. ? ... ? ?? ? ? ? ? ?? ?- s iirnr Pianox have been used hut a short tune byt earelul persons, we will warrant them/ take old Pianos in exchange. Ac. Two of them are full sefen octaves, finely finished rosewood case*, and of exqnisite tone aud touch,one is onl> a six octave. These Pianos, purcliaaers may safelv rely upon is being truly great tsirgains, and they wili do well to call and *e# them, at our extensive Piauo \\a>e roorna. No. ?*i, between 9th and i(Hh. jc 10 JOHN F. FI.I.IS. f OLD MEDAL PREMIUM *1 PIANO POKTES, WILLIAM KNABE, (Senior partner in the late hrm of K>abe. Garhlk ft Co., Continues the manufacture and sale of grand and square PIANO FORTES, under the name, of William Knahe ft Co., at toe o il stand. N'os. I, S, 5 and 7 North Eutaw street op-' poxite the Eutaw House, Baltimore. They have also just opened a new Sales Rnomat Nofi Baltimore street, between Charles and Lirlit streets, on the premises partly occupied l?j ^lr Henry MeCidfcry a* a muaic store, where they will keep cuii>!antiy on baud a Targe asaoi tineit of plain and hichly-finished .rrainl and square Piano Fortes* also, Melodeon*, from the liest makers, from 4 to i octave. some with double ket -lioards, double reeds, and stops to suit sinail churohes. Being extensively engaged in the manufactnre o f Pianos, we will sell waoiesaJeand retail, on the moat liberal terms. Our Pianos were awarded the highest premium (gold medal)at the Fairs ol the Maryland institute two successive years?October. 18A5, and !H5C?in op position to fourteen aud eighteen pianos trom some of the bost makers from New York. Boston and Bal timore. We w.-re alto awarded thw first premium at the Industrial Exhibition held in RiclimoiMl, Vir ginia. lfcS> and 1M6. They have also been awarded the highest premium (silver medal) at the Metro politan Mechanics' Fair for 1857. In addition to this we sre in possesion of testimo niala from the most distinguished professors and amateurs in the country, a loch oan lie seen at our warerooms, speaking for themselves and others of the hieh apprw*tion in which our instruments are every where held. All instruments are guaranteed for five years, and a privilege of exchange is granted within the first six mouths from the day of sale if the instrumeutsdo not give entire satisfaction. Wholesale dealers will find it to their advauta?? to ?.ive us a call before purchasing. Pianos exohauged, hired, and tuned. mrlWy W.M. KNABE ft CO. ICE. L J. MIDDLETO.I. ,CSDEiLSR_ Otfioe and Depot?Southwest corner of F and 12th Streets. WaehiMtoe. MH-tf ICE' ICE" ICE!!!?The undersigned respectful ly inform his friends and the public generally, that he is now prepared to furnish families and others) through the season) with the best quality of ICF.( delivered in any part of Washington and George town. and guarantees to give entire satisfaction. Order* to he left with Kidwell ft LaCRE^ck oorncrKth street and Pennsylvania avenue; Geo. F. KinwELL ft Co.. Mth street; J. B. Moore. Drug gist. Penna. avenue, between 19th and 20th streets t Geokoe aiiKTZ. New York avenue, between loth and llth streets; Robt. A. Payxk. Druggist, comer 4th and Mass. avenue; and with the sul>scril<er. No. 3 First street, Georgetown, where Ice oan be had at all times. _ _ ap 7-tf T.N. KIDWELL. ICE?ICR?ICE.?For sale 2Juo to tons of PURE ICE at the HoekleyMiU, near the Relar House, on the Washington Railroad. It oan be sent in cars either to Baltimore or Washington. Applf to ROBT. C. WRIGHT, Patterson st"^ ap23 2m Baltimore. DU FONT'S GUN POWDER. I 1th mil the various kin<la ol Dl I OST M GUNPOWDER,and am prepared to suppi) the same many quantity to parties w anting, ou the most favorable terms. W. A J.BERT KING, Agent for the Distnct of Columbia. No. SA High street. _mayl?-tf (Intel, ft States > Geori<nwn.|). C. IVOTHING NEW.-By author of John Halifax, 1^ Gentleman. A o. Call and get all the new Book* last as published, at i? 3 FERliUSO.VS.4fc 7th street.