Newspaper of Evening Star, July 15, 1857, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated July 15, 1857 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. Cyia'nt this pretty* It ha# a child-like prat tle about it, which winds upon 'be heart like the ?Cringing of pearls: SOMEBODY. Somebody's court in* somebody, Somewhere or other, to-night, Somebody's whup'ruig t? somebody, Somebody's list'iung to somebody. L nder this clear moonlight. Near the bright river's flow. Running so still and slow. Talking so soft and low. She sits with somebody. Pacing the ocean's shore. Edged by the foaming roar. Words, never breathed before, Sound sweet to somebody. Under the ma pie-tree. Ltoep though the shadow be. Plain enougu they can see Bright eyes has somebody. No one aits up to wait, Though she is out so late Ail know site's at the gste Ta'king with somebody. Tip-too to parlor door Two shadows on the floor? Moonlight reveals n.? more Susy aiid somebody. Two,sitting aide by aide, KU?t with tiif ebbing tide. ?"Thus, dearest, n?ay we glide Through life," says somebody. Somewhere, soinebodv Makes love to som?l**ly. To-night. H*>wS?CRETA*TMAErYS?CTTLKI?THKaR*T ToWX DlFKICVLTT.?The last. and. in the judg ment of hit* friends, the ablest production of Secretary Mnrcy was his reply to the demand of the Iirnch Goverr.meut for indemnity for losses sustained by French residents in Grey town at the time of its bombardment. In this letter the Secretary, avoiding u discussion of the character of that interlude of naval history, controverts with brevity, but with much learn ing and acuteness. the validity of the claim on our Government?and in denying our national liability cites the precedent* of the bombard ment of Copenhagen by Great itritain, tho tak ing of Naples by the intrusive government of Murat,'' and other instance.* where foreign gov ernments were not held liable for private prop erty destroyed by them in operations of war. Mill, however, he indicates a sly approval of the novel prir-'iple advanced by the claiiuauts, in the satirical remark that if Great Britain shall make reparation to the citizens of other governments, whose property she destroyed in the recent bombardment of Canton, it may go far towards furnishing a precedent for the con sideration of the United States. By some means this letter, which Mr. Marcy addressed to Sartiges. the French Minister, came to the hands of Lord Napier, by whom a copy was furnished to Lord Palmers ton. and the ef fect of the perusal of it on the British Cabinet was apparent in the Parliamentary discussiou of the claims of Knglish residents in Greytown. started not by the government, be it observed, but by the opposition. In that debate it is sin gular to observe the adoption by Lord P.ilmcr aton. the Attorney General, and other officers of the administration, of the Hue of argument marked out by Secretary Miircy. in resisting the proposition of Mr. Roebuck and hi- friends, who had not enjoyed the light which Mr. Mer cy's intellect had furnished to the ministry and to the law ofli:er of the crown, who wrote an opinion in concurrence with his??Yr?r ]'or/ Pont. P~7** There arc li5 visitors at Greenbrier, Va . Wliite Sulphur Springs. C~7" The California State Agricultural Society offer the present vear. as piemlums. the sum oi ail thousand dollars, which i? said to tx1 the largest ottered by any similar society, except the I'm ted States Society. IHT*1 A pair of horses were ottered for sale in Cincinnati, laat week, for 8370. but tbe purchaser thinking the amount too large. ottered sixteen cents a pound The horses were taken to an ad joining hay scale, and weighed *2.354) pounds, making their value SfJTti. ll r Intelligence from various parts of the country, received at New York, gives accounts of excellent prospect* for f nit. apples particular lV In the >tate of New York and at the West the trees are in good Reports respecting the Wheat crop are equally favorable. C y~ The police of Philadelphia last week ar rested E. L. Snow, a 4* respectable'" dry good* merchant of 311 ti and street. New York, upon the charge of receiving stolen goods. It was ? worn to t>v a captured burglar that Snow bad purchased a lot of stolen goods from liiin valued ?t for ?l.t*!0. and a lot valued at for S3"0. Botii lots were the results of robberies in Philadelphia. t]T7*The Mont rat Advertiser is assured on good authority that Capt. Rudolf, of the steamer Mon treal, '? took tbe only life preserver on l>oard her to save his own Life, and that be, the mate, ami others of the crew watched until the drowning of tti?* passengers would give them an opportunity in \wiin otl without danger of being la^d hold (if hy the sinking." ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS. BROWNS' HOTEL ? C Van Wlnkel, DC; J H 4 oet?-s. NY; G C Babb. Pa; H M Clark. NY; G OCra^; D j Ostrander. do; D McCarty, do; J \N Cochran, do; John Tilleston. do; li O Connel, Md; F L) Kennedv. Mo: \V Oressler, Pa; i> M Leatherman. Tenn; E J Rarlf, Va; Chas J Wegner, Md; I. P Hailiday. La; Louis /i miner; ii R boads and ladv; l)r il l! Stuart. Va; Thoa J l?hort, SR; VV P Floyd, Va; J W Warder. Mo; Mrs A I. Shod well, do; N J Br?>ok?. do; E Star ring and lady. I .a; A Wilson and family, O; W H Higgesaud ladv. Md; Miss A Wood. O; Mr B<"ntis* and lady Mi* C J Wetmore; C A Crom W?!l. Mo; Dr W S Keicli and ladv. Md; F J . Wiley, do; M Levy. NY: K Kelley. do; Miss A Kellev. do. Miss J Hart, do: James T Cromwell; J M Greer and family. SO; Win Matthessen and tamilv. do; Mrs Chaplin, do; R Jackson. Pa; J M Smith, NY. WILLARD8' HOTEL. - I'D Berk man, DC; G M Dewey, Mich; H S Magraw. Mich; J Le*llf, O; J J Nvaison. Md; R 11 Eldrldge, Va: P .^t-p henson. Pa; F Stanley; Rev W Prentiss, SC; C R Robert. Iv. NY; Mis* RolfPrt. do; T Robe:t, do; Mis* Shaw, do; K D Newell, La: J Flowers, Me; A Harrington, Mo; C O Moorr; DM Luxbur; Jas Fry. Pa; Dr Morris: Hon MrFa'nsworth. Ill; C S Bradlev. HI; W Gwatbmey. I'SN; L R Blalt, Oa; H Wikott. NY; G T Cutter; Mass; J Math* ews. NY; A Moliner, Cuba; Dr Abenheiina, Pa. WASHINGTON HOUSE?A B Prsvost. L II Rlrkard, Ct: S A Mouiita.u. ladv. and child,Ala; H Sanders. I. D Putuaxii, Jas P Funis, George 1* DalfV. U I' Rverson and two daughters. N York: R Allailey. Vl' Eli Haufman, Wis; Jacob Rei ner; 111; Geo Fitzsimmon, Md; A A Ross. Va; J II Tucker, Tenn; Wm B Rainey. Mass; A Tay lor. Ml' h; J <? Hurdle. Texas; General P Able, Pennsylvania. KIRKWOOD HOUSE.?E J Swift, Va L W Brown, lady, and son. N York. Mrs Covell, Mra Haruon. Col Harnon, C W Wattles, Va; A B Ra fan, U S A, Mra Ragan and two children. Misa hair: Geo Charpenning, California; Jno Nile*. Ga. G Edwards, J S Nepeou, NY; J Conner, F V Stewart, J C Mandeville. Va HYGEIA HOTEL, Old Point Comfort. Va , July 10th.?Chas A Sholwr. Greenl>oro, NC: A Moore, Jetterson county. Va; Jno B Egartcn, Mrs S Falls. Miss S F Falls and servant. M S Falls, Bait, Md; N B WhlttMd and servant; N B Whit Held. ir , Miss M B WhltUeld. E J Whltfleld. R W WhittiHd. and servant. Ala; R A Whitlleld, Miss T \\ hitlleld, NC; J S Davenport. San Anto nio, Texas J M Butt. .1 W Luke, Jos II Amiss, Portsmouth, Va. John F Wiley, Amelia; R M Butler, Norfolk; J A Seddon and lady. Henry I.arrison, ladv, four children, and two ladies; rf Maupin, two ladies and dailghtei; Jno W Speed, lady, child and servant. Lynchburg; Jo* P W ins ton! ladv. two children and servant, Richmond, Va; Dr J C Smith, ladv and servant. Lunenburg, Va; A D Dickinson. Jno A Scott. Prince Edward; B SScott. Farmville; Jas H Lane: Oscar Lane, Matthew-.. Va: W B Warwick. A Warwick,jun. Richmond: J <> Tanner and lady, Goochlaud; P H Carpenter. Va; Miss L T Dalnick. Henrico; C A Rose. Richmond, John Biorein. two children, Philadelphia; ijeorge Davis and si*ters, Peters burg; R F Johnson. L R Hill. Richmond; L W Smith, Frank Stanley. Upperville; Wm S Mayo. RIcbiiK iid; John S Hardaway. thr?*e ladies and servant. Mrs li Hardawav. two .Misse* >tej??-r, Miss Mender, Thos >h? as; S M Myers, ii S West, MD, bcu Loyall. jr. L Badger and ladv. T S Ow ens, L Southwate. L A Chandler, W m I> Rey nold*. Norfolk; John 1) Bland and ladv. Dr E S Hunter. Portsmouth; li Scales. Nashville, Tenn; J F Pace, N^ ork: A Harrison, Princes* Anne; W J Bavard. latly and i children. Miss Bavard. Ga; W Chamberhdne. Geo Obamberlaine. R Ta\lor. 11 O Porter, U S R S: S S Jennings. Mobile. M0YEME.\TS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. Faojg iui UaiiKO Statu. Steamers. Leave. For. Dayt. Edinburg New York..Gla.*xow....j,iiy'n North Star New York..Bremen Julyll Niagara Boston Liverpool. ..July 15 Constitution New York..Antwerp ...July )6 i^banon New York..Liverpool. ..July l(i Columbia New York..Liverpool...July 18 Arabia New York..Liverpool ..July'Jtl Arago New York..Havre July '25 FROM FciofR. America Liverpool...Boston July 4 Vandcrbllt Southa'pton.New York..July P Atlantic Liverpool. .New York..July h Glasgow 4Jlas-ow....New York..July h A*ia Liverpool...New York..July II Washington....Southa'pton.New York..July 15 Tbe California Mall Steamers leave New York pa the 3th *u4 UUtk oi t?ch month, Miscellaneous. Proposals for screw-propeller sloop of w a ft. Navy Depaktxkmt, J B vrimi cf Contraction, tc.. Juiie 2T. 1MM The Bureau will receive Sealed rtop?>iov]?.^ci ^cations and Plain until the of A"icu?i next, endorsed "for th* Construction of " Propeller Sloop-of-Uar." authorized by the aci 01 Congress, approved 3d March, 1857. . ,D?re The proposals muit l?e for the hull, ep??j"* "J*? ass ?'yS'"^?ra."V...rl proT,..on. will b. fur ""ft?,%c^fiiuloeni,'mult fully describe the mate r,?i? tr. t.? used the method and sizes of fastenings, the detail of sizes and arrangement of the "?ch?n Jrt the various fixtures of equipment and outfit, the cabin for captain, wardroom for 12 officers, steeraze for 14 o(fic?P, apartments fnr4 forward offi cers tiie store, sail, bread, clothing, issuiog-rooms, A c sick '*y? magazines. shell-rooms, spint-rooins, hold?, chain and other lookers; also, the dimensions of the spar*, (mats, and all the other ol?jects included in the pioposal. Upon application to the commandant of anv navy yarJ, the bidder can see the list of stores and provi sions with which the government will furnish the ship, and for which, also, the contractor in hi* plans must provide capacity and oonvenient stowage. The plaiiK must l?e workidg drawings, from which the ship can be built, showing the inboard arrange ments, the allotments of space for accommodations for store rooms, for the stowage of the various ol? jec'sof equipment, outtits, provisions, anu stores, the Arrangement of the machinery and the disposi- , tion of the coal. There must also be a plan of the sails, showing the courses, top sails, top gallant sails, jib. and spanker. The plans will !*? acooinpanied by a model, which, with the drawings of the hull, must be on & scale of one quarter of an inch to a foot. The ship to Ik> pierced for chase, stew, and broad side ports, the latter not less than twelve in numlier on each side, and to be 14 feet 2 inches from cent re to centre. The port sill to bo 2n inches aUue the deck ; the poits 44 inches lore and aft, and 38 inches in depth. . . , , The weight of armament to t>e provided for in the displacement will be IMi tuna <?! V.240 pounds. 'I he totai complement of officers and men will lie 265 persons, and the ship mint stow provisions for 13> .lavs, and water for ?>da> s, with a condenser Tor distilling fresh water. Fuel to te carried for Id days full steaming, and the vessel to make under steam alone at her deep-load draught of water ten knots in a smooth sea. The deep-load draught of writer, when armed and fully equipped with men, provisions, and stores of all kind, and read* for sea, not to ex ceed 16 feet, and the lowest port ail! to be 8 feet aliove the load line. The propeller to I* fitted to hoist up; and the toil ers to have a telescope chimney, so that the ship may not l?e impaired as a cruiser under sail, for which she is intended. . .. . The bidder will state the time considered r.ecps sary to ooinptet6 tho vhip for I6A. torethor with the price, fulS equipped as before named. The object of the depaitincnt in luviting.proposals is to obtain the very best ship-of-war that the mer cantile marine can produce, and proposals will l?e received from ship Lui'dera only. The proposals, specifications, and drawings which conform to the conditions now presented, and coin bine the greatest numl>er of !;d\antages, will l? se lected, and the prioe must receive the approval of the department liafore a oontract will !>e made. The reputation of bidders as successful constructors will have due weight. The specifications, drawings, and models of parties not obtaining the contract can l>c withdrawn by them. je 29-law4w 1TNITED STATKS PATENT <?FF1CK, i 1; Wamiixotox, July 4th, 1H57. On t!ie petition of Henry Burden, of Troy. New York praying for the extension of a patent granted to him on the 14th of September, litW. for an im provement in " machinery for making horse shoes for seven years frem the expiration of said patent, j which takea place .?n the 14th day of September, MV7. It is ordered, that the said petition be heard at the Patent < >fTic.; on Moudar, the 7th of Scpt-nilcr next, at 12 o'elot k. m.: and all person* are notified toap- I pe?r and show cause, if any tney have, wliv said pc- | tition nug lit not to be * ranted. Persons opposing the extension arc required to j file in the Patent Office their objections,specially set forth in writing, at least twenty days before the day of heanriz: all testimony filed by either party to ne I used at the s-aid hearin? must be taken and transmit- I ted in accordance with th* rules of the office, which will lie furnished on application. The testimony in the en.-" will be closed on the 27th of August: deposition- an I other prjoers relied upon a* testimony must l?e filed in the ofnoe on or before ' the morning of that day ; the arguments, if any, ] within ten days thereafter. .... ?u- i Ordered, also, that this notice be published in the | Union. Intelligencer, and Kvening Star, \\ ashinz ton. I). C.; Republican. Baltimore. Md.; I nion and Patriot. Harnsburzh, Pa.; Daily News, New \ork, V. V.; and Post. Boston. Mass.; once a week for three successive weeks previous to the 7?h of Sep "xt'lh* c"harT.'V:s'mas<)N-. Commissioner of Patents. P S. Editors of the aliove papers will please copy, and send their bills to the Patent Office.with a paper e*"'tainin> tl?i? notice. VK ANU HAHLKY MALT, for sale at the CITY MALT HOUSE, corner of West hails avenue and Block street, Baltimore, Md. may ft-ly _ JHILLINGTON HAS RECE1YED Pl'T * nam's Magazine for July. Graham's Maeazine for Jn'v. Indies' National Magazine f,?r July. Ballon'" Dollar Month!* for July. New York Journal for July. . , The great Pictorial Brother Jonathan for tne 4th of July, full of illustrato rs. All the'Newspapers. Magazines, and everything in | the Stationery line kept constantly on hand, and for i saleat JOS. SHI ISLINGTON'S, Bookstore, Odeon Building, jo 17 oorner street and Perm, avenue. %%/lNDOW GLASS.-3nol.oxes ID by 15 French M Window Glass, will lie sold at one dollar Rinl seventy-five per box for cash, in lots of 14 boxes. Also, a full supply of large size French Glass, 1st, 2d,and 3d qur. ities, 4 by 8 Glass for hot-houses, 8 by i... h, u.9(, t co. Alexnrdna, Ya. in 22 U I'ONT'S GUN POW DKR. 1 am all tunes supplied with all the various kinds of Dl FONT'S GUN POWDER, and am prepared to suppiy the same in any quantity to parties wanting, "? r*VO,>b"w"ALBKRT KINO, Agent for the Distnot of Columbia, No. 33 High street, ma? 12-tf (Intet.AStates) tJeorgetown, D. C._ DKJKSTOF TIIK .MARYLAND REPORTS, by Messrs. Stockett, Merrick, and Miller, Attor neys at Law; comprisirie 4 > i i t' h Reports, nine vols.; Maryland Heports. ciiht vols.; and Mary land Chan cery Decisions, four vols.; complete lit one volume ; price ten doliurs being a continuation of the Digest of Messrs. Norns, Brown, and Brune. )fi FRANCK TAYLOR. WM' WJU*SE1')>AINTER A YD GLAZIER. Will thankfully receive and promptly and neatly ex ecute any ordors in his line with winch his friends and the public may favor him. Orders can be lelt on the slute (sacond story lover Cochran's Segai Store, No. 514 Seventh street, or at Rid?nour's Confec tionery Store, No. 314 Pennsylvania avenueinorth side) bet ween ^th and 10th streets. Those who may intrust work to him may rely on its being executed wi'fi neatness and dispatch, and at the lowest rates, je ^5-Sfm SToCoYeLER'S BitFPISH SOLDIER, an ai,?<stotal History of the British Army, 1 vol,, London. 1H57; % 1.25. Billiards in Theory and Practice,by Capt, Crawley, I vol., Fondon, Ho7, with engravings ; .'91.25. One Hundred Old tiiees. Rounds, and Catches,with music words,and Pianoforte accompaiumentii, I vol., Loudon. IH.37; 5"e. Hardw,cV;e's Peerage lor IH57,1 v<i!.;;f7c, Hani wick ?'a Baronetage for 18.S7,1 vol.; J7c. Ilardwiokc'a House ?;1 Comirions for iai7. 1 vol.; 37c. Cyclopaedia oi t'niveraal History, 1 vol.; London, 1?57. , ....... Cfdopirdia of tha Physical Sciences, by J. t . Nicn ol, astronomer, l vol.: Loudon, 1857. Universal Dictionary of the English, French, Ital ian. and German languages, 1 vol.; London, 1857. (jy 2) FRANCK TAYLOR. s are re ?^i NOTJCE.-C. R. L. CROWN Ic CO. are re ceiving daily aoine of the finest FURNI-f* TFRE ever offered hi this market, which we) invite the attention of those in want, as we assure them they can save at least 10 per oent. Namely? Handsome carved marbln-top Bureaus and Table* Rosewood and walnut Tete a-Tetes, Sofas Wardrol>es, Chairs of all kinds. Cherry ar.d poplar Tables. Mattreses. Iiair, corn-to p. and husk; Comforti. Blankets, Bedsteads, hi^n and low-poat. Rocking Chairs, cane and wood-seats. Cushions for Chairs, Settees, Cloeks of all kind*. Extension Tables, Sideboards, What-not. Glasses of all kinds, some extra fine Carpets, Cottage Sets, Rues, Waiters. (ilass 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. a? we are determined to sell for casti or to punctual customers. C. R. L. CROWN tc CO., oor. of 6th street and Penn. ave. P. S.?We shall still continue our regular sales on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday,both morning and evening, in front of our store. Consignments soli cited, and in ail oases advances made when required. C.R. L. C. & CO., &p 25-tf (Intel) Auotioueera. INTERESTING TO FAMILIES. The following extract from a New York pai cannot fail to l>o interesting. In referring to Jgf the receipts of Teas in this country for one I mi year up to Jnh ultimo, it *a> s they will !>0 12, I w (?*?,!**) pounds short of the imports of tiie year end ing June 3n, 1856, and that *'The advance in black teaa. Oolongs, since last |)eceml>er, has l>?en fifteen cents per pound; ar.d Young Hyson Teas, of low and medium grades, have experienced an advanco of one huiidred per oent. over last season's closing prices. ** It will thus Ite seen that the strong and rapid advance in the tej\ market has Iteen the result of & short supply and active demand ; but when it is con sidered that we may hear at any moment of the en tire suspension of shipments at Shanghai, and. in fact, that, as soon as a sufficient force from England arrives at the seat of war, all hve ports of entry iu China, will protably Is* placed under strict blockade, it would not be surprising to see Teas at a much higher figure than they ha\ e yet attained." In view of these facts, we hold out very great in ducements for families to lay in their supplies of Tea note. KING & Bl RCHEf.L, iefl-if Corner Yeriuont ave.and 15th street. HLMPHR1KS& JUNNLMAN. ~ ? On Fourth street east, twtween E and F, Ca riroL Hill, have fitted up their place, which will ?>e open daily to visitors, and every Monday afternoon tor those who wish to engast* m the English Quadrilles or German altzm. will find an opportunity to do so there. _V\ eber s Baud has been engaged lor the sea son, and will be in attendance. They have on hand and constantly making th? purest Urgor tu g^aiaod m tbe city, je ll-9u? Inmranoe, &o. WASHINGTON INSURANCB COM PAN Y. CHARTERED EY CONGRESS. Cahtal sjm.noorr! Tin* Compnnyis now prepared to reoeive apphoa 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. Dirictop.s. Wm. F. Bayly, Samuel Bacon. Robert Farnham, James F. Haiiday, Wm.Orme, Hudson Taylor, Erancis Mohuc, M. W. (i&lt. enj. Beall. JAMES C. MoGUIRE, President. Grafton D. Hanson, Secretary. ap li-Iy PROTECTION AND INDEMNITY FROM LOSS AND DAMAGE BY FIRE. THE PERILS OFTHE SEA.AND INLAND TRANSPORTATION. FARMERS AND MECHANICS* INSURANCE COMPANY, OF PHILADELPHIA. Fir*, Marine, and Inland Inscranc*. Authorized Capital _ $1,250,000!!! Office. Northwest corner of Pennsylvania Avenue and 17th Street, Washington. DIRECTORS. Hon. Thos. B. Florence, Charles Dingee, George II. Armstrong, Thomas ManderfielJ. Cliarles A. Rubicam, Ed w arid K. Helmls-ld, I George Helinliold, P. Carroll Brewster, James K. Neall. Isaac l.eeoli, Jr. THOMAS B. FLORENCE, President, EDWARD R. HELM BOLD, Secretary. LOCAL SURVEYORS. Charles Walter, No. 3tn D street, opposite City Hail. John M. Thornton, oorner 1st street and Virginia avenue, Island. | James Williams. No. 22 4>i street. John K iKxles, No. 5"l 13th street, Mow Pennsyl vania avenue. MARINE SURVEYOR. Captain J. I*. Lew, No. 'JjI Pennsylvania avenue, opposite National Hotel. G EN ER A L SU PERINTEN DENT. John Thomaton. i Authorized Capital and Assets 31,473,OCT 07 Assets..^. . %523,<i57C7 Invested in Bonds, Mortxagos, and Good iSeouritiee. The following statement exhibits the business and i condition ol the Company to November 1? lfS56: Premium received on and inland risks to No vember 1, 1856. . $214,6ii4 60 t Firo premium ................ ...... 170.7% 61 Interest on loan .?.... ? ..... 8.704 47 Total receipts .. $400,186 68 Paul marine losses $i>4,427 i>4 Paid tire losses 39,7J7 89 Expenses, salaries,and commis sions 45,439 00 Reinsurance, return premiums, and agency charges........... 27,474 68 $177,128 61 Balanoe remaining with the Company. .$223,057 07 The Assets of the Company are as follow : Philadelphia city and county bonds #16,848 18 Railroad bonds 11 ,<<*j on Fust mortgages, real estate.... 143,.i01 00 Stock*, collaterals, on call 32,4?*' On Girard and oonsolidation bank stock 6,125 00 Deposited with Duncan, Sherman A Co., New York 30,i __ Deferred payment on stock not yet due.... 97,700 ~ Not?s for inarine premiums 108,080 .50 Duo from agents, secured by bonds 35,X6 18 Premiums on policies recently issued, ai.d debts due the company 25,470 3M Balance in Ivuik ...? ..... lb,-i56 74 5f 523,057 n7 ,nno ojj B The business of this Company will compare favor ably with the 111041 successful similar institutions in the United States. From the 1st day of August. 1855, in fifteen months, up to the !st day of Novcnitiur, 1856, the premiums and interest received amounted to the l*ri;e sum of tour hundred thousand one hundred and eiglity-hve doilais and sixly-eight ceiits. 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 asem-nt. the Directors feel justified in soliciting a stare of public patronage, believing that th?; security ottered is ample, and that all fair claims will be ad justed more according to equity than legal technical ities. The Company is prepared to issue policies against loss or damage by fire on D WE LI. I.Y0r S. FURNITUR F.MILLS, flfAN & FA C TO HI K S. WARE HO U S E S, All descriptions of BUI LDlNGSand their contents; or all kinds of MERCHANDISE, transposed by Vessel*,Steamboats, Canal Boats, Railroads. and the usual conveyances to or from anv portion of ?EUROPE AND AMERICA, and on the hulls of STEAMBOATS navigating the Western Waters. The rates of premium wiil be as low as other com panies, and in fixing them everv improvement in construction and arrangement will be taken iuto con sideration. Ail losses speedily adjusted nnd promptly paid. Oflice, northwest corner Pennsylvania avenue and 17th s!-reet, Washington City, D. C. Insurance may alio b' > ff' rted at ihe Home Ojfirt, northirest corner Walnut and Second streets, Philadelphia, And mother principal cities of the United States by authorized officers of the Company. ap 3 ANKING HOUSE OF CHUBB BROTHERS. Deposits.? Deposits reoeived and Checks paid without charne. Drafts on the northern seaboard cities received on Deposit at par, and Exchange on said Cities furnished to depositors without charge. Interest on Deposits.?Interest will be allowed on Deposits at such rates as may !*? agreed upon. Deposits in Virginia and Lnccrkent Money. Deposits tu Virginia and other Uncurrent Money re ceived to be checked for, payable in same funds, or in specie, we charging the regular Exchange. Discounts.?Notes, Drafts,and B.I Is of Kxchanga will bediscounted,and Loans modeou Stocks, Bonds, ; and Securities, at the market rate. Letters of Credit.?Letters of Credit will bo furnished, negotiable in the different Cities of the United States, on 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 Bills op Exchangh.-Travelers will be furnished with drafts in such sums as may be de sired negotiable in the different Cities of the Union. Bills and Letter? ok Credit on Knglanl, Ire land and Edropk.?Bills of Exchange and Letters of Credit on England, Ireland and Kurope. furnished at the market rate for Exchange, in sums to suit. Bonds, Stocks, Ac.?Bonds, Stocks, and Securi ties paying from 6 to 12 or. cent..always for sale, or bought in the different Cities at a coinmtesion of a pr. oent. Where Stocks are Itought upon orders, we reserve the right to call for a deposit of in pr. oenton the cost. Bonds or Stooks will be ordered by tele graph. Railroad, Citt, and Statu Bonds.?Railroad, City, and State Bonds oan be pKced in our hands for negotiation, either in this country or Kurope. Rail road Iron purchased for cash or with Bonds. Land Warrants.?Land Warrants bought at the market rates. All Warrants sold by as are guaran teed in every respect. 1.anJ Warrants located on cr.mmisfiion. .and Warrant quotations regularly lurniahed if re quested. Warrants will be forwarded to Western Houses on ordere, or sent for sale on ooinuussion to responsible parties. Re\l Estate and Insurances.? Real Estate bought and Bold, and Insurances effected. Claims on United States, Coiht op Claims, CoNGitKss.?Claims on the United States, before the Court of Claims or Congress, intrusted to us, will be prosecuted by prompt and ab!^ attornevs. CllUBB BROTHERS, jan 27 Opposite the Treasury. JNTEREST ALLOWED ONDEPOSITES. MONEY to LOAN onYrOCK SECURITIES CHUBB BROTHERS, BANKERS. Opposite the Treasury. THE HOUSE OF CHUBB BROTHKRS, Waahmgton, is oomposed of CH AS. St. J. CHUBB, JOHN I). BARROW, HENRY HOLMES. THE HOUSE OF CHUBB BROTHER, BARROW A CO., Davenport, Iowa, is oomposed of CHAS. St. J. CHUBB, ALEX'R H. BARROW, jan 27?tf WM. H. DOUGAL. fciTOCK IN THE OLD DOMINION COAL O COMPANY, KANAWA COUNTY, VA. Subscriptions will be received at the Bankinr House of Chubb Brothers, for the remaining stock of the above company, being three hundred shares. The capital stock is j}lfl0,fl00 (dollars,) of which tu. ,omi has been subscribed. The mines are now prepared for active operations, and 6 per cent, in terest will l>e guaranteed upon the stock now otiered for sale, by the original stockholders, for the period of two yenrs. Particulars in regard to the stock, and its prospects, will be made known npon application to CHUBB BROTHERS. lan 27 P. P. DANDRI DOE. Ar*n . 17*ANCY BASKETS.?A large quantity of Fancy r Baskets, which were sent to our address from Paris by mistake, will l>e sold at half-price to cover the duty advances, for two weeks only, at the Music Depot, corner o|'Pennsylvania avenue. 11th and D ?treets. _ \V. O. MKT/KROTT. ie 2 OQrt PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, near corner of Uth Strut. B. H. STINKMETZ having made arrangements with a Company of Hatters to lie fur lushed with the most popular styles of MOLESKIN AND BEAVER i HATS, will hereafter make a dis \ oouut id UK per cent upon the actual market price, making tneHat sold for $4 (and not unfrequently for 55) for i the low prioe of i}3.50. a slight varia I tion in quality $iJ. anu for %2.50a su penor quality for the money. To make this system 1 effectual, he will keep no liooks, but sell exolusive I ly f?r Cash on Deli very, which cannot fail being advantageous to the purchaser, thereby euaUing him to buy for cash and sell at a small profit, meeting with no losses by twd debts. New Styles FELT HATS, CAPS, and STRAW GOODS, for Men, Boys, Misses and Infanis' wesr. Persons are invited to oall and examine our stock. Call at 'OH Pennsylvania Avenue, uoar corner of 13th Street. no H-'f 0<7f| UNDER BROWNS* HOTEL. OlU Just opening a splendid assortment of Sprineand Summer READY-MADE CLOTHING and Gent's FURNISHING GOODS of the finest style and make, at the Emporium of Fashion, No. 370 Browns' Hotel, next to private enlraAoa, ma)' 9l t Intel*state#) Medicines. PRIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE O.f TB* {o/.op/r^L r/ewof marriage. By M. B. La CROIX, M. D., Albany. N. Y. 2? pages and 130 fane Plain and Colored Lithograph! ?nu | l&feft. Union. _ IOTPRICK ONLY 25 CENTS ?OJ free of pottage to ail parts oftO* Dr. M. B. La Croix'? Physiological View of Mar riage. A new and revised edition af ISO pace* and

180 plates. Price 25 sent* a c?py. A popular and oomprenensive treatise on the duties and casualties of single find married life-happy and fruitful allian ces, mode of securing them?infelicitous and infer tile ones?their obviation and removal?nervous de bility, its causes and cure, I>y a process at once so simple, *afe. and effectual, that failure is impossible ?rules for daily management?an essay on Sperma torrhoea, with practical olnervations on a safer and more successful mode of treatment?precautionary hints on the evil results from empirioaj practice; to which is added commentaries on the diseases of fa ncies?from infancy to old age?each case graphical ly illustrated by beautiful Dlates. It'points out the remedies lor those self-inflicted miseries and disap pointed hopes sfP unfortunately prevalent in the young. It is a truthful adviser to the married, and those oont em plating marriage. Its perusal is partic ularly recommended to persons entertaining seoret doubts of their phy steal condition, and who are con scious of having hazarded the health; happiness and privileges to which every human being is entitled to. Price cents per copy, or hve copies for ?1, mail ed free of postage to any part of the United States, by addressing Dr. LA CROIX, (post paid,) Albany New i ork, enclosing 25 cents.,;wvTh"**who?,J"fer oonsult Doctor |LA CKOIX.upon any of the diseases upon which his book treats, either personally or by mail. His medi cines often cure in the short space of six days, and completely and entirely eradicate all traces of those disorders which copaiva and cu belts have so long been thought an antidote, to the ruin ol the health of the patient. His French Secret" is the great con tmental remedy for that class of disorders whioh un fortunately, Physicians treat with mercury, to the irretrievable destruction to the patient's constitu tion. and which ail the sarsaparilla in the world can not cure. JT7* Office No. SI Maiden l.ane, Aib&ny, N. Y. I?!) 14?ly 1me greatest MEDICAL It fSCOVEHY OF THE AUK. Mr. Kesnkiit, of Roxbury, has discovered in one ot our common pasture a remedy that cures I KVKKY KIND OF HCYloK, from The worst Scrofula dvirn ton tammon Pimple, We has tried it in over eie\en hundred oases, at*f never faiied except in two cases, both Thunder Hu mor. He has imw in h.s possession over one hundred certificates of its value,all within l?ei,;y miles of Boston. Mouth are w&rranted to cure a nursing Sore One to three bottles will core the worst kind of Pimples on the Face. Two or three Unties will clear the system of Hiles. n , 11 fX' are warranted to cur6 tiie worst C*nker m the Month and Stomaoh. ?,. . if l? 5V? are wanant&d to cure the worst kind of Erysipelas. One or two bottles are warranted to cure all Hu mor in the Eyes. Two bottles are warranted to cure Running of the Ears and Blotches among the Hair. r our to six bottles are warranted to cure oorrnpt and running L leers. K One bottle will cure Scaly Eruptions of the Skin. ? lx)f5les are warranted to cure the worst kind of Ringworm. Two or three bottles are warranted to oure the most mojt desperate case of Rheumatism. I hree to four bottles are warranted to oure Salt r 11 ii f n ? Sorofula? C1Kht fx>ttlea Wl11 our? thc of A benefit is always experienced from the first bot "e> R"V a perfect cure is warranted when the above quantity is taken. Nothing looks s? improlsible to those who have in vain trie:) all the wonderful medicines of the day, as that a common weed growing on the pastures, and old stone walls, should cureevery humor in t'ie sysrein ; yet it ma faxed fact. If you have a humor, t has to start. 1 here are no IKS nor ANDS, hums nor tia a about it suiting some cases, butinot yours. I ucddied over a thousand bottles of it m the vicinity of Boston. I know the effects of it in every case. It lias already done some of the greatest eures ever done m Miist-achusetis. I gave it to children a year oid.Jomd peopie of sixty. I have seen poor, puny, wonny-lookiiig children, whose flesh was soft and I ottle* restured tv a P^fect state of health by one I T,V th?M? Tho Hre sulj,ject to a sick headache, one J cure it. It gives gnat reiiuf in catarrh and dizziness. N>me who have taken it had been costive for ye ars, and have been regulated by it. W here the (tody is sound it works quite easy trtit where there is any derangement of the functions ot will oause very singular feelings, but you must not alarmed; they always disappear in from four days to a week. There is never a f*id re sult from it; on the contrary, when that feeling is gone, you will feel yourself like a new person. I "f !hC 0105t extravagant encomiums of it that ever man listened to. In mv own practice f always k?pt it strictly for hu mors?but since its introduction as a general family medicine, groat and wonderful virtues have been found in if thnt I never suspected. Several cat's ofepileptic fits-a disease which u a? aiways considered incurable, have been cured by a few I Kittles. O. what a mercy if it will prove effec tual in all cares of that awful malady-there aie but few who haw seen more of it than I have. 1 know ofaeveral rosea of Dropsy, all of them aged people cured by it. f- or the various diseases of the h'V*/' r, Headache, Dyspepsia. Asthma, l'ever ami ..;uef I hid in rjic* Side, biieaxen ?>f tiie Spin^, and particularly in Diseases of rhe Kidneys, A r., tfie ever''known*8 lhau any me?f?ciiie No change of diet ever necessary?eat the liest you can iget ana enough of it. i>ir*(iios.t /#r Use.?Adults or.e table-spoonful per day?children over ten years densert ^p.-wiful cniidren from f* ve to eight years, tea-spoonful. As no. directions can be applicable to all constitutions, take sufficient to operate on the towels twice o day. Yancpactukkp bt V ?<> N A K > N E D Y. iVo. 130 Harrea Street, liorbury, Massachusetts, Agents for Washington.?Clias. Stott A Co., Z. Gilina1, Kidwell A re nee, J B. liardner, flurry w . ? v.- to-i f ? S. Walsh, J. P. Stone Martin Kini;, .Nairn & i'almer, Schwartz A Co., (j |>o?we|!. Dame! B. Clark, J. P. Milburn, DunUr Dyson, r ord \ Lro. Agents for Georgetown.?K. S. Cisself, O M Lt> lit ham, J. L. Kidwell. mv 5-f j ALL THAT VALUE THEIR SKiilT. JOHN TOBIAS, PRACTICAL OPTICIAN. wishes to calf "the attention of ail that^3^^> ?uKer with defective sight, caused by age. sick nasb, and particularly (rum glasses inindicioiisly se K s f?;?r' "(8 Hur>er|,'r ^PECTACLES and GLASS ES oarofuily ground by himself to a true spherical accuracy, and brilliant transparency, suited precise ly and beneficially to the wearer, according to the ouncavity or convexity of the eye. Very numerous f5i.V'?v ?iects 0,1,1 tw l',e Precious organ of ttiKtit Ironi the coiniriefioetiient 01 ubiiyc rlH^heu in not preoiRely uuited, tiie use of an Opt om< ter, and the practice of many years enables him to measure the focal disease or the eyes, and such are absolutely required will be furnish 'th prt-ciaion and satisfaction. JOHN TOBIAS acknowledge* the very literal fh??n?r*eme,,t a)r.?la<1> ?btainecf. and furthe?solm?s theuiselveTof faia aidT* WL? U*Ve uot ,et ?va,led ?h?e,it0'iS that ?*nn?t conveniently call, by ?endin* ln use; and, *fate how many inches they nf/e/i ''i111 Wlt ' th?,r spectacles, can be sup plied with such as will improve their sight. innumerable testimonials to be been ; and referen ??* '?'J?" many who have derived the greatest ease and comfort from his glasses. he h!UJ at his offioe. No. 512 Sev cnlh atreet, three doors Crotu Odd Feiiows' Hail up tiuurii ? i * Sis ? 'Ph. N?a*oi.iC, September 7,1S54. nr?n ?*^i ? 5'ou made for me suit very well, am. noeia tr? have unproved mv eijrht niore tL^n any other I have lately tried. ' e mor?llJkn LITT. W. TAZEWELL. T|i'l*ve tr',?^ ^l,wctnu!ea obtained from Mr, robias, and find them of treat ass,sUmce to my sight, and corresponding witn his description of tho foous I recommend him as a skilful ontu ian. HENRY A. WISE. i: been mduoed by a friend to visit the estab lishmerit of Mr, Tobias for the purpose of trying I'i, ?K,'i'l,i,ei"' i fttrnmhed by him with a pair slightly colored blue, which have afforded mo more relief Riid gratification than any I have ever tried. My ?ix it. originally very g?K,d, was injured by writ lug and reading at night, frequently to a very late hour; bu with the aid of these glasses I can study almost aa late aa ever, and that too without the pain I have previously suflered. i .. ^ J0HN WILSON, Deo. 11. Tv55 Gomm'BS'?ner ^?n'l Land Offeee. I have used Mr. Tobias's Speotacles for three or J" montlis. and take *reat pleasure in sayinx that I am much pleased with them. I have been much MaT 5th! 1^ "- -^LL0> P' SCARBURGH. I whs recommended to Mr. John Tobias as a skil har^t*1'm-'Ll Rrul,\8 of remaTkab'e pecu liarity, I was gratified to find that Mr. Tobias seem ed to oomprehend them by inspection and some s!nM measurement, and he ha. made me a pair"TsiiSa cles that suits me admiralily. A. p. BL'Tl KR July 11, 1U56. r.ouiLfcK. Mr J Tohi,u^lW ??TONf N< 9" 1854. i X* ?? *Dear Sir: I urn huonv to kA? tut the Speotacles which 1 obtained from you last week a^e entirely satisfactory. !? rum an inequality in the r ^ my..eye?. I have heret'ifore found great difficulty in getting glasses of the proper local distance. It affords me pluasureto state that,by the aid of your optometer, this dificulty has lieen haDDi ly obviated, so that the glasses you furnished me Tr? ever y et u Led. ' adapted l? "'y tow Very respectfully,your?, R. B. DRANE. Rector of SL James's Parish. Department or Intkkior, May 8 mu From natural defects and the unequal range of my eyes. 1 have been compelled to use glasses ftr mJV ral years. I have tried different opticians Without obtaining glasses ^rfrctly fitted to my eyes. Four months ><ince .Mr. Tobias made two pairs espeeia'lv A?r me, whioh I tiave found to serve me perfectly lly the use of his optometer he is enabled to aclant glasses most minutely to the eye. I most cheerftilfv :?.c:rne."d.)rr-Tol,iM foa" ?K^toTu>u,e glasses, aud b??r my testimony as to his skill as h iTife ?r i-L'r I ? and nm"y other articles in this j * |a It pnoes oonstantiy on hami. ^LrBA HONEY. ~ ~~ ^ .^saw R^gv-fiS's^ je 18 tr _____ JONAS P. LEVY. STftbK OP BOOTS AND SHOES h?ini aliont the largest in this city at ?>????? inn#, and ha ving Iteen purchased before theKHf use in Leather, oan l>e sold at about 15 to a J. 11 Iro.H^'^ an Traveler!' Directory. ()RANGE AND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD GREAT SOUTHERN MAIL LINE. Twioe Daily, (Sunday nuhte excepted,) kj?wee? WASHINGTON CITY and the JFO t T H ,vja ^Llj^XANDRIA, GORDONSVILLEanbRICH Lmv?i Washington at ? o'oook a. m. " Washington at 7 o'clock p m. Far* from Washington to Kiccmond. 03 3n. For LYNCHBURG aiid~the SOUTHWEST. Leave Washington at 6 o'okxjk a. *m., arrive in LYNCHBURG next morning at 4 a. m., oonoeotinx with the trams on the Virginia atid Tennessee Rau Road for MEMPHIS. M?i! Stagee from Char lottesville to l.ynohburg a distance of 90 miles. Fare from W ashmgton to Lynchburg, fp.75. " " " Mempnis, 54.25. The most expeditious route to the Yirgiaia Springs?only m hours' stage travel to the Greeo brier White Sulphur. Leave Washiafton at 6 a. m., arrive at WHITE SI LPHl R the same nicht. Fare from Alexandria to White Sulphur, f 12J0. The steamer GEORGE PAGE, foot of Seventh street, being owned by the Railroad Company, runs in oonnection with the trains. Tickets for Richmond and Lynchburg procured on the Boat. ID~Omni buses and RaciueWiuonswill beat the Depot of the Washington Railroad, to oonvey pae sengers and laggage to the Steamt?>at, for Alexan dria. a distanoe of six miles, allowing ample time for meals. JAMES A. EVANS. Agent. A lex and na. July, If >-tf P<)R OLD POINT AND NORFOLK. The Steamer MARYLAND wil!, on the 8th of July, oommenee running regularly to theahove places, leaving Washington ' (Eleventh st. wliarf ? everv WP.D-1 N'F.SDAYand SATURDAVat 'Jo'clooka m.^ Re turmne. will leave Norfolk every MONDAY and THURSDAY at 4o'clock p. m. She will touch, going ar.<l leturmnr. at OLD POINT. PINKY POINT. BLACKISTONE'S ISLAND, ami the usual landings oq the Potomae. Passage, including meals, to Old Point and Nor folk. FIVE DOLLARS. jejjnt f WM ._\1 ITCH E LL. NITED STATES MAIL LINE. ONLY REGULAR LINE AND WITHOUT FAII.V*? FOR Ki JUT TRARS, FOB CALIFORNIA AND OREGON VIA PANAMA RAILROAD. Regular Sailing Days, Sth t 2?'A of * ark month. Caution.?So many frauds and impon tions ol various kinds have l>eeii lately perpetrated on travellers l<oundtoCALl ; * FORNIA.that the subscriber, the only authonxed Agent for pnsiiflge h? the I". S. Mail Line, via Pana ma. in the city of New York, feels it his duty to caution ail persons seeking passage to California, thnt. to avoid imposition^ they must be oaretul to find the true office of the steamships of the U. S. Mm! Line, via Panama Railroad, ss no other office in New Y<>rk is authorized to wgage passage. 'I he Comprint* * have only one otitoe in New York, which is at 177 West <*tr?et.corner of Wat ren street, flouting on the North Ri\ er, at the head of the Cora pany'* Wharf. inr oltserve my sign over the d?w?r. I. W. RAYMOND. Agent, je IS- New V??rk. yyTASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS: From WASHINGTON at 6 a. m.. connecting at Rela> with trams for the West, and at Ball.more with those f:>r Philadelphia and New York; at 8-Sr *. m.. for Annaiohs, Batnnore. Piuladelph'a, and New York : at S p. m. for Baltimore and Norfo.k, and at Relav with Frederick train. EXPRESS at 4.20 p.m. at Relay for the West, and lor Annapolis, Baltimore, Philadelphia, anc New Yutk. On Sunday at 7 a, in.. and 4.2f p. m. From BALTIMORE for WASHINGTON at 4.15 and 9.15a. tn., Sand 5.15 r- m. On Sunday at 4.15 a. m. and 5.15 p. m. je 12-tf ' T. H. PARSONS. Agent. 1-?HE NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES MA IL STEAMERS I! The Ships (ompctt*g this Line are : The ATLANTIC .Capt. Oliver F.ldridge. The BALTIC.., Capt. Joneph Comstock The ADRIATIC -.Capt. James West. These ships having been built by contract ex press'y for the Government service,every care has been taker in their construction, as also in their engines, to in sure strength and speed, and their acooiumodation* for passenger! are unequalled for elegance and com fort. Price of pipsaee from New York to Liverpool, it first cabin, 919'; in eeeond do.. ?~5: exclusive use ol extra tizo state rooms, $325. Prom L:verp<?oi to New York, ?> and 20 eumeas. An experienced Sur geon attached to each ship. No itertlis oan l*osecurec until paid for. The ships of this hue have improved water-tight bulk heads. PROPOSED DATES OF SAILING. IkllM \FW YORK. I FROM LIVERPOOL. Saturday, June 20... 1&TJ Wednesday. June 24 1R57 Saturday, July 4 1R57 Wednesday, July S. 1H57 Saturday, July 18 1K57 Wednesday, July 22 1?J7 Saturday. Aug. 1..... IHV7 Wednesday, Aug. 5 la5J Sat urdsy , Aug. 15.... .fH57 Wednesday, Aug. 19.1K57 S-at urday, Sept. 12 ...1H57 Wednesday , Sept. 2 law Saturday, Sept. 26. . l?o7 We<lneMiay, Sept. law Satuid*) , <>ct. 1?> l8.f>7 Wednesday.Oct. 14 la*T Saturday, Oct.24 1K57 We?inesday, <.>ct. 2b '?S7 Saturday, Nov. 7 .. 1K.V7 Wedn?sday. Nov. 11 18.S7 Satunlay, Nov. 21... 1K57 Wedneed iy, Nov. 25 1*77 Saturda), Dec.5 ld&7 Wednesday, Ijoc. 1**>7 , Weducsday, Dec. 23 !?57 Eor freight or passege, apply to DWARD K. COLLINS, No. 5e, Wall aueet, New York. BROWN. SHIP!.FY A CO., Ijverpool. STEPHEN KENNARD A CO., *7, Autia Friars, London. B. G. WAIN WRIGHT 4 CO., Pane. The owners of these ships will uot l>e acoountaUc for gold, silver, bullion, specie, jeweiry, i>r?cioua stones or metals, unless bills of lading ar? a.gned therefor and the value thereof expressed therein. Je '5 WASHINGTON ITS D A LEX AN DK I A. AND MOUNT VERNON. Chanuk of.HocRs.?The Stearr.eta GEORGF WASHINGTON or THOMAS COLLYER will depart at the follow ; hours, on am) after Sd May n?xt: .eave Alexandria, at 7, Hi%, 1 12,2>?, 4l?, and 6S* o'cloct. Leave Washington,at 7V,9>i. 11)^, 1,6^.5^, and7. Tne public may confidently rely ou the Boat start ing at the tune advertised. One of the Boats will make a trip to MOUNT VERNON on Tcksdat and pRiiiAT ol each week, leaving Waahinzten at 9 o'clock a. m. JOB CORSON. I r.Bf,in. GEO. T. HOWARD, ( Laptatm. Either Boat mav be chartered for Excursions at any time, on application to JOSEPH BRYAN. President of the Company, at his office, S3u Fenn avenue, or to the Caotams on board. ap S>-tf STEAMER GEORGE PAGE. HOURS OF DEPARTURE. Leave Alexandria at 4>?, 73^, 9,1 12>s,S. Lesve Wasiungton at 6, 8, UK, IV, 4, 5>i.T. ap 20-d ELLIS L. PR ICE. Captain. Daily line for edwards' ferr\ AND LEESBURG, Va? via Chesapeake and Ohio Canal.?The Packet Boats AR GO and M. C. M EIGS, will cor.:menoc making da:L> trips to the atxtve points.1 on Monday. March 23, leaving the wharf of W. H. and II. G. Kitter, Georgetown, 1). C. every morning at 7 o'olock, Sunds)s exoepted; through in eight hours; leaving Georgetown atiseven o'clock in the inoruing, the Boats will arrive at the Great Falls, or Washington Aqueduct, at !<? a. in., Seneoa at 12m., Edwards' Ferry at 3 p. in., where a stage will be la readiness to convey ^futsengers to Leeshurg, Vs. Returiunx. leave Edwards' Ferry every day at nine o'clock in the morninx, and arriving in Georgetown at sunset. Through Tickets. $1.75. Intermediate pointa aj follows: Great Fafls or Washington Aqueduct,5f oents; Seueca. 75 oents; Edwards' Ferry, AI.I2; Leesburg, Virginia, including coach. 91.75. Meals ?erved on the Boats at moderate prices. mar 25 W. H. A H. G. RITTER. J^EW ROUTE TO THE SOUTHWEST. MEMPHIS * CHARLESTON RAILROAD CO M P L *T KD?CO N N *C TIN O Chattanooga, Tenn.; Charleston, S. C.; Savan nah, Ua.; and all tks Northeastern cities, uith Memphis, Temn. The last oonnectinr link of Railroad betwaen NEW YORK ANDTHE MISSISSIPPI RIVER. Th's road is now completed and opened lor the reg ular transportation of Passengers and Freight, and will atford more Expedition and less Expense than any other route between the Northeast and South west. Passengers and Shippers will take due notioc thereof, and govern theinseives aooordingly. Passenger Trains leave Stevenson daily ?t 2H o'olock. a. m.,(after the arrival of the trams from Chattanooga and Nashville, >and arrive at Memphis same day at 7 p. m., connecting with First Class Steam Packets to New Orleans, and all other impor tant pointsnpon the \\ estern Rivers.* Goods oon signed to Railroad Agents at Charleston or Sevan nali .will l*e forwarded to Memphis and other pointa, by Express Freight Trains. Fieight in charge of the Adams F.xpreaa Corn? pany is carried over this route daily l?y the Pasaen gertrains. F. C. ARMSf General Superintendent. Huntsvillk, (Ala.) April lst, 1857. ?Through Tioketi to Memphii, fto., acid at Wil mington, N. C,; Charleston,S. C.; Augusta. Savan nah, Maonn. Atlanta, and Columbus. Gaj Montgom ery, Ala.; Chattanooga, and Nashville, Tenn. To connect with the Westeru Trams on th.s road, passengers w?l take the nirAr trains from Wilming ton. N.C.; Augusta. Ga.;Chvttanoogaand Nashville. Tenn.; and the day trains from Charleston and Kingsville, S. C.: and Atlanta. Ga. ap 7-tf HUMK-MADE carriages. e have on hand, of our own manufacture, a iriTfr1 ?f *iIfd, of CARRI AliESof th?i very best, latest, and mostV approved *tylea,antl warranted in point w?rr?nieu lupoiui ?? 1 ' worknuinshis and material. U> be equal to any made in the city of Washington or any other oity in the United Stales. We respectfully a?rtictt a on from the citiseus and ?tran?ers to examine our work ; at we are determined to let none surpass na either in quality of Work or in low pri^S. We also do every kindoiREPAIRINOiua work mauli ke maimer, and at reasonable puoes. ,akeu nr1 may 12-6m New music at ellwb piano and Maai?Vtor?t - Trtrelen' Directory. AND IMPORTANT SCHEDULE. FOR ALL PARTS OF THE ITEST. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. Ths recent axteneioti sixl tmpr >va*r>ent of it* lead . ing connecting lines st the Weet ha? re<juirec en tire revision of the reauisg arrangements of this read !>? which tug hi j important idvuiuri to Um tre? - aler are secured. pn,w^.??!.l' MONDAY, Jane 15. 1857, THREE DAILY TRAIN* will U rua in both directions for through passerr era. Firat-Tha ACCOMMODATION TRAIN starts from Camden Station. Bal' 7 A.M.,>ex*ep: Sunday,) stops at way stations aad am vm at Cain - bar hand at 4 pT.M. 8a<y>nd?The MAIL TRAIN starts (Sunday sx ocptedlat I9n A. M ? and arrivaaat W at 4 X A- M , Connecting at Ber,wood with Central Oh o trains for Coiu'nhus. Cincinnati. Indianapolis. Lou laville. Chieaco. St. I<ouia. A c.. aad at same p'aoe with trains for Cleveland. Toledo. Detroit. Ae_ by Cleveland Road, aad alsoat Parkarsbarg with Ms netta Road. 5bird?The ST. I.OI'IS and CINCINNATI PRKSS TRAIN leaves daily at 5.05 P. M., eoc nectingat Benwood at 9 A. M.with express tnuna from He iaire to Cincinnati, rhttmrt of Cars at Coimmbm*,) and reechinc there n. Nit hours from Baltimore and Jf> hours from Waahmg> ton. It also counccts direct!*, m boih directions, at GraA<>n with oars b? Parkersburg and Marietta roads for Chillicothe. Cincinnati, etc These trains Ooeneetat Xeni* f<?r Indianapolia. Chi<\\c> and St. L<?uia. and at Cincinnati with the Great Ohio and Mississippi I'x press ???r l.ouisvrle Cairo and Sr. Louis through to St. Louis m loss than hoars from Baltimore. By thia tram the um* to ail the central and aout hern places in the West is inuch less, whi e the di*tamc* is from 4<i to lno miles shorter than i?y the shortest of other routes. From the \\'e?t thase connect iora are equally el?se ami satisfactory, at r.M'ir at Baltimore at e.!?? A. M. irr Bag cage checked through to all points. TIIROCtlH TICKETS soid at lowest rates M Camden Station and at Washington. D. C. Passenger* from Baltimore or Washington may tiftr tke tntire road by daylitkt, by tnknit morn in* traiua, and lying over at Cumberland or Oak land, and resuming next morning hj Wheeling Ac nommodstion train, leaving Cumberland at e and Oakland at FOR WAY PASSEXGERS. The CiUnbor.aMl Accommodation 1 raiii at 7 A VI.. wi'l stop at al! Stations east of Cumt*r.and. and the Wheeling Accommodation at all tiewnd Cumberland coir.* West Eastward'*. the M* Train loaves Wheeling at *3' A. M. anil Aaeonai ? danon Cuml arland at 9, reaching Baltimore at 5*> P. M. U.\ TliK NORTHWESTERN VIRGINIA BRANCH. iietween G.aflon ami Parkcrstxirf, wa? paaaengera will take the Express westward,* and the Mail esatwardly . The FR KDERICK TR AIN Carta st 4 P. M , stopping at way stations. Leaves Frederick at A. M., arrivin* at Baltimore 1? noon. The ELLICOTT'S MILLTR aIN leav-a at s <s A. M., and S.15 P. M. Leaves Eliicott's Mills at 7 A. M. and 7 P. M? except Sunday. FOR WASHINGTON AND THE SOl TH I.eave Baltimore for Washington at 4.15 and 9.1 j A. M.. Sand *.15 P. M. On Sunday a at 4.15 A. M.. and 5.1.S P. M.oniy. Leave Wa>hineton for Baltimore at fi and A. M.and Sand 4.AJ P. M. On Sundays at 7 A. M.. and 4?" P. M. onlc. Tii? first artd fourth traina from lia'timore.atvl ttie seeoiul nnd fourth trains iroin >\ ashington. will In* express mail trains, stoppii* ouiy at Waalongt<>u Junction and Am.apolis Jun.-ti??n. 1 he 9.l5and 5.15 trains fro?n Baltimore and the * *> and 4 2" trains from Washington oonnect with the trains from Annapolis. Fort.ckota. information, fare. Ac., apply to J.T. ENGLAND. Agent, a? 'he Tiol.?t oflnje. Camden Station. WM. S. WOODS1DE. jy IS?tf Matter of Tranat???rtation. Baltimore. rpo WEST KEN TIM VF.I.I.RS. SrilSO A >0 St'MMEt Alt4KnOT?. NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY. TWO DAILY TKA fXS TO PITTSECRU AXD THE WEST. ON AN D AFTER JFLY !??. 1W, TWO DAI Li TRAINS will leave Calvert Sta :on for Pitta burr a ud all WeAtrru and South or Northweaterj eitiM. THE MORNING MAIL TRAIN Leavea Baltimore ?Ui!t (Snnd->.y ??x. ?>ptedi at A.M.. connecting with the Mail Tram over the g 'eat Pennsylvania Rai'road, ai.d arrivittg in Cincimati at 4 3n p. M. the following day; at Chicago in *i hours, and at St. l*onia in 41 hours. THE AFTERNOON EXPRESS TRAIN Leaves Baltimore daily (Sui*ln* excepted? at 1 P. la. for Ilarrisbiirg. THE NIGHT EXPRESS TRAIN Leaves Baltimore EVERY NIGHT at H? P M.. OowiactUM with Lightning Express over the Penn b?r Pittslair*. amving at I P. M o.!5 As M. K? 1 . M. Inuu? coMMiit at Pittsl.tirs with traina over the Pito^nrg. y0,i Hayar nnd Chicago Railroad and its Northern, Sot"nam and eatern connectlona. FTT" Passencers forChica-o, R?M*k Island. Burl .ngt..n. Iowa t.ity, Milwaukee, DutKique. St Paul. Madison, and other ieadinc citiea in the Northwest Will save one k unfml mtlr* of traitI a'ld trsiboSM in time with four lt*s changes ol oars, 0y taking tin* route. Pa-aenrera for Cleveland. Sandohk*. Tole?l.? and Detroit ro by thia route, and the time is une qualled. l>enig 45 miles shorter than any other rort*. Iff ' aa?angers f>r St. Louis, luOianapoiis. Tei - re Haute. Cairo, and fill points on the lower and 1 pp?*r Mississippi, make les> chanses ..f cars and arrive in adranr-e of any other route: and to Cmcin nati, 1 olumlius. Dayton. Lnatsville and otlier pror.. inent cities, as umck as bv an? t?th'-r route VL XV",ttr" ?**?age CHECKED THROl'GU and haailltd trttlt rare. PttR THE XOfiTH. The R.15 A.M. and Hi p. ,\|. T rains oonnect c" < ? with Expres* train* over ti?o' r<*d loi VVil lianisport.Elimra, R.^heste-. Buffalo. \ agara Fails and Canada, thni forming th? mu?t direct railway route to North western Pennsy lvania-and W?.?tmn New \ ork. Passencers will hnd this tl.e ahortesi, chr?ar>est and mort expodious route to N tagara K alia and Canada. Through tickets are issued to Philadelphia via Columbia and f-nncagfer. by all the trains, at ft each, erich tram havinc sure connect ions. Pa>san gars by this route avoid treat!.-J l-mlcea ar.d all the iiioon\enience <?f ferry across the Susquehanna river. Passengers I or Hanover, Manrhesler. fiettystawr* Emiuitts.burg. Carl*a.<> and ???ik?i*.st>?.ig gu t>> the trains at 8.15 A.M. and 3 P. M. Passengers for BEDFORD SPRINGS Wave in trains at R. 15 A. M. or 10 P.M..cor.nect,ni( with trains over the Pennsylvania Railroad to Huiitmirdon. and by Broad Tup K'ttroad to Hopewell?thence bf first rlats tonrfffS to Bedford, o? er a mad uasar passed l<y any ia the oountry. Fare Vfi >1. Passei.geis for YORK SPRINGS. f.phrata " CAI?EDONIA - warm DOCBLINO (iAP'? and PAPERTOW \, loave by tramp at 8.15 A. M..3 P. M. or in p. M. ^ WESTMINSTER BRANCH. The ( ars on tins r?md make but one trip per day, oonnect in* with the 3 P. M. tram. Fur THROCGH TICKETS ard further mfor mation apply at the Ticket Office, Ca'vert Station, N. E. comer of Calvert and Franklin streets. Balti more. Bankable Funds only received for Fare. jy 14 The organization and mani vrf.s of Steam fleets, by t^aptaic Moorson, Royal Na%'y ; I vol., I^orulon. 1*57. The Marine Steam Eneine. t?y Nam A Brown ? .Id edition, enlarged, 1 vol.. London, 1K55. Questions on the Marine S'eam Engine.and Exami nation Papers,by Nam A Brown. 1 vol.. l,oudon, I oj7 ? Bourne's C*techism of Steam Engine, new edition, enlarged, London. 1K57. Murray on Marine Engines, Steam Yuas<- *. and the Screw. I vol., I.ondon Armstrone on Steam Rioters, I x-o|. London. Sewell on Steam and Locomotion. I vol.. I.ondon. Bourne on the>crew Pr??peller. 1vol.. London. Boiler Engineering by Arnistioug and Bourne,1 vu,. London. The Steatn Engine for Practical Men, by Hann anJ Gener, 1 vol., J^rmdon. The Indicator and Dynamometer, l?y Nam A Browr., 1 vol.. London. The Marine Steam Engine, by Lieut. Gonlon.Rcra. Navy, 1 vol., London. Raweonon the Screw Propeller, 1 vol.. London. Le Mecanicien a V apner, par E. Pans, Cap, tame de Vaisseau l vol., Paris. Uirfionnair#! J# Marine, a Vapour, pnr ?ux ?? Pans, Capitainesde Vauseau. 1 vol.. Pan,. Traite des Machines a Vapeur. par Messrs. Bataille et Jelien.2 vols, and atlas. lS?n?. Burnis Steam Engine, illustrated . Hol.lyn's Manual a1! Xte""4 1 J Raasell on Steam and Steam Navigation:'s Theoi% < f the Ke,d ??, Sl. iuc Engine; V\ oodoroft s Progress of steam Navigation; Portwme on the Steam Engine; Stuart*i? \nec dotes of the Steam Eneine.2 rola.; and many jyt FRANCK TAYLOR. IGNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE. ^ Wasuinotox. July iu, 1M7. On the petition of James Sanford, of Redding. < onn.. praying lor the extension of a patent granted to hitu on the 12th of (Molcr, 1H41, f??r nn ivnprov^ inent in "straw cutters," for sever years from the exoiration of wnd patent, which takes piaae on tl.e IVth day of Octolier, 1?57: D1.1 ,".?rJlred* ttMSt tb^ M*d petition be heard at the I at en t O thee on Monday, the u<th of Septemt** next, at l? o c.ock III.; and all persons are rio'ihed to appearand show cause, il any they hava, why s* J P**''Gon ought not to l>e granti-d. Persona opposuijf the extenvon are required to h e in tne Patent (Itnce their ol>>ecfn?ns. ?pecially *? 1 l?>rth in writ tar. at least twenty <lays l>erore the day hearing; ail tesMtnont hlctl i?y either i-arty to Us?>J at the aaul hearing must lie taken and transmit tod in accordance with the rules of tlu- OttiOc. a lo^u Will be fu'iitshed on applieation. The testimony in thep??e *? ilHie closed ?in t he Itftti of Septcmb??r; depositions and other |>apers re led upon stestnn*ia> must l?e hied m lh?-<nhco oti >-r before the morning of tliat day; the argumeuts.ifaut. Within ten days thereafter. Ordered, aiso tnat this notica lie puNish^d in the I'nion, National Intelhcencer. and Star, Washing ton. D. C - Renublican. B.iltiuiore. Md.; Peiinsylva man, Philadelphia; Daily News, New York: and Post. Boston: once a week for threo successive weeks, previous to the 2Kth o| September next, the day of hearing. CHARLES MASON. Commissioner of Patents. 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