Newspaper of Evening Star, July 29, 1857, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated July 29, 1857 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. SOX. OF THIS HOOPS. filing down the crowded street. Scraping every one they meet. With a rushing whirlwind sound. Mufflod belles around abnuud. Hoop! hoop! hoop! What s vast, expansive swoop! Hoops of whaletione, short and crisp, Hoops of vire, thin an a wisp ? Hoops of hrass, thirteen )ards long. Hoops of steel, confirmed and strong; Hoop? of rubber. soft and slick. Hoops of roping, bungling thick: Hoops of lampwick.conl, and leather. Hoops that languish in wet weather : Hoops that spread out silken skirts. Hanging off from siL> liirts. Sweeping off the pubiic lends. Turning over apple stands; r elhng children to the ground. As the* tiaunt and whir! around. Hoop! hoop ! hoop ! ?> nat a vast,expansive swoop! Jolly hoop*, that wrirgle round, Solier hoops, that *way profound ; Springy hoops, that shako and wag. protest hoops, that droop and drag ; .Monitor hoops, ail overgrown. Junior hoops, of smaller bone; Hoops that ravish lover's eyes. Hoops that read their hreasrs with size; Hoops that shook their feeble legs. Like a crowd of giant kegs. What gallant ships ! what swelling sails! How they resist opposing gales! With what a full, relentless waft. They overwhelm each smaller craft! Hoop! hoop! hoop! ? hat a vast, expansive ?weep ! | Harper's Mngaziitr. I .m*m . "O** Mori I'sfortc.vatb.'"?Here isan inci dent in real lite wortb its weight in jfold to G. P. K. James, or the ronnanci.sts of the ^yellow cov er" family: ?'On W ednesday of last week a young lady got on board the steamer Cataract at' Rochester, in company with a gentleman. The condiKt of both Krtiea made it apparent to those who observed i?m that they had la-en tiuarrelling. but of course no notice was taken of the fart by their fellow passengers When the steamer left Oswego for Slacken1* Harttor the young lady walked to the side of the boat, plunged over, and was drowned Her body was not recovered. The captain took possession of her l?ggage. and letters found in her trunk reveal a tale of crime, and implicated one or more persons in bringing her thus to dis honor.*' KOn Monday morning Mr. Waid took up his 't. which bail been set on the previous Sat urday in twenty fathoms, or 1-2U tVet of water and took therefrom one hundred and titty ducks. Many will, no doubt, think this a fi*h story, but it Is true, and shows the immense depth which theae bird* dive in quest of food ? Orh illt Sen t/nil. IL/" ^ inst^d. Ct . a few days since, a party dreased in women s clothes, seized a young girl named .Mitchell, shaved the hair from her heads and other parts of her body, and applied far and feathers to her, all t>ecause she was not as good as she should be. Did they rememl>er the words of Him who suggented that the innocent should throw the first stone in such cases * ID" Originally all pulpits in English church es faced to the west, that the eyes of the congre ?arton might see all acts of devotion and look to the east, whence the Son of Righteousness arose I L>' rirst deviations of this rule were introduced by the Puritans: and the tlrst cbnpei erected north snd south, was the chapel of Emanuel College. Cambridge, founded by Sir Walter Mildiuay, a distinguished leader of that sect. 1C7" The Unitarian mi salons jn India and Kan sas are according to the otflrial report, in a very nourishing condition. A movement Is also in progress !o have a print lug pre** in India, anil, by means of colporteur*, to circulate I nitarian publications throughout 'be East ft is proposed to make Calcutta the centre of operations. Two native Hindoos are about to prepare themselves f?r the ministry among thefr countrymen A missionary has also '? ^?no'l,bi- A bequest of seven thou sand dollars has Wen made to the American I ni tarian Association by Miss E. Hobxon. a .'rand Uaughter of Rev Dr Priestly. K ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS BROWNS' HOTEL. -W O Hodge,. Md; Mr i ^oTr, 1? Smith. Va; Col J B Breedlove. Ea, W B Smith, do; J M Jackson. Tenn: E E Harris and family, \ a; c Campbell, E G Ee>iie, Miss M Eeslie ,Mi*s A M Howard, do: J Mitch ell and family. O: W A Chambers, Tenn W 1' dr T Ti' JMcNeal.Md; O Bowie and family, ?\7,T L?max- B H Gryinrs. do; J Baker vvtVm> I'*r? u?!?" T.*; \3; J Dove Md; E II nC u ^ V . ' J J '-ambert, do; W VvVrnV, ?\*; i ;. TV T H ciuil,an- Md; M W Williams W A Jarbor. j0; j B Harvie. DC; r?v. u ' ,A M Barker. Ky ; A A Garnett. SN; Henry Cobb, .Mo; Mr Miller, tio ; jj a Spaiildiny 111; J Ba^e* anil lady. Ga ; J Collins w> MrvI; V'SS M J NoCal'?J ? Coates u ' . IT %anJ?^fn.Pa; S Matthews. |.a; J T Piggott Pa; J TSasscer. Md; K H Sasscer, do. NVV,ALt\RvI>S\ ,ss C Rosekrans. IS*, A K Wright. Pa; Gov W Bi^ler do- I dea.lS.N, J Milkinson. do; Mr Cnmminj/s, I?a E Kearney, L SN; L) Lmkett. fam Ea; R S Euck ett, \a; Hon J B Bowdish. Va; J Ii Berret Dl JIE W ardeil. Ind; G K Wilkins, Md; C Fors'bev JodIi^'ny^41' Moi u K Muo"*' Cal; KIR K WOOD IIOISE -E D Edson. Conn; P A Hancock. Ark; J McN^l, Md; Or S I. In 'ram. \?i W illiams. Md; J Murphy. NY;**G K Wilkins; M A Marshall. Mas.; E Green 8C s Conner Md; J P Rhodes, R| ' MOVEMENTS OF OCEAX STEAMERS Eko* thk U.iit?d States. St'im'Ti. Lenre. For. Da%s. aI'i1*^^* Boston Eiverpool...July*29 Atlantic.. ^ oik..Eiveri>ool...Auir. I lluunonia New york..Hamburg ,,,Au?. I New ^ ork..Eiverpool... \n^r 5 New York..Glasgow....Aug! 5 Kangaroo.......New ^ ork..Eiverpool...Au*'. t> Boston Eiverpool...Aug. 1*2 5?*,V > ew v ork.. I.i verpool... Aug 15 ork"fi'asgow .... An" ? >ulton >ew York..Havre Aiy.W Fro* Etropk. Kangaroo Eiverpool...New York..July 15 J;u(rolm Liverpool...Boston j?|y Ibrlesson Eiverpool... New York July 'w oeW. ?rk Glasgow New York.! July rerala Eiverpool...New York. July*25 1!?!iV. llavre-N>w Vurk? -July City Baltimore.. Eiverpool... New York. Julv-Jy Hamburg...New York..Aug. 1 Kdinhnr* J; verpool... New York..Aug. 5 rSl v? 'K,ow--New York..Aug. h City Wash tou.. Eiverpool.. New York. .Aua-1'2 Havre New Yoik..Au^ '25 The California Mail Steamers le?ve New York on the 5th and 'JWh nf carli mnnth '11"E ORGANIZATION AND MANUV'ER** " "riT&rlT ,L m UPaders 'bfv* 'a'i? Kxami aanoii Papers.!^ Nam &. Br???u, 1 vol., E?.ud<?n, "ou. k,'." 1 "'".*i!?.xr-st",n' "? ' voL< London. seweil on rrearn and Eoc??iiotioi>, i vo' I omlnn E^ndon * ^ Armstrong and Bourne.l vol., r""l 1,1 ''' N?'" A ^"^^rcJEssr-^L'"" D'ot^n.^'re de Manne. a Vapeur, par Bonncfoux ?t . a ? *Pitaine?de Vaisneau, i rt,i. p?na i r&ite dot a Vaj>eur,p?r Mesar* Hntn li^? .t> Jel.en, 2 vol,, and atl*?. jCI, ,Mr*- Ha,aiJle Hums Steam Enirine. illustrated , Hohlvn's Mmml of the Ste.,,, Engine : Kus.V" o .'suam and m IT? >*vl?nt""'; Paiwhour's Theorj "ru J Staam ? He.d on the Steam E.Jmv IJNWH^i'.S.TA rKS' ",I'K "K VAI.IABI.K .... WHAa* eaonBrv a mi r.oTa o* tiibSchuti " Ml a* ? W Vi" hlU T,".K SjkVi! Pit 11. a tjk 1 - IJAY thVf 7 I*4"1 Ht auction, oil Tl ES the DrJmrJ-N*!? ? S#yemlier next at in a. in.,??i i.HnJTK "a ,""h' ben and ; '?etwi-eii Sh.p s^e?a*?>rdif>r toTkl>">.'"""'"e'e*1 l>o? 1 to ^,tK:!u ? tfcee of the Ns vy Af?*n;i^h'?h.^V'V?*n nt ",e The terms o|^ ??WML."!*?A?*,UB,V lourth in six months, and ttie /.tSU'r ?Ve moDtbs from the date of sale fourth in twelve Receipts will tie *iven fbr Da?m?r,?? ?... - a i Will he executed until the finni , . n1l^ee?ls naJe; and all the UinHnt. io ",hn." !"' Vf th* K>1? ">ui;l eo-'Plied wuh *' ,,ie The Government reserves the 11*1,1^ . ' mum value ou eacfa iot, below which a. n "!int M v wSHaImSkS'" '?? * Agent, Philadelpiua. ro he published once a week till 1st HenfemiM.. the Portland Argus. Ih.ston Po.t, h.,Xu \i^l,fn Journal of Commerce and Dailv News, N^w \ orL ! ttVL'utj "'*? Evening Argus. Kiladelphia' KepuNumn. Baltimore: Intell.genccr, tmon siar' Washington ; Enquirer, Richmond. ' ^"r' f jVOTICE IS HEREBY. GIVEN, THAT A F ? ,m ?f|iTf P?Wicati^n of this notice, applica for the aa!T?TjirJ0 C*o??tinissi.?ner of |?. nsions V)r li?u^ 01 a duplicate of I AVDW'AHRiVT paes?8^? je .Vlaw^w ? W' HKNNETT, ? ? Artorw#T. Martina sch a tze's gi.'itars at th f lowest terms, at the Music Depot of ' W, 0, METZEAOTT. Miscellaneous. % WM. H. HEYL, HOUSE PAINTER AND GLAZIER, Will thankfully reoeive and promptly and nsatly ex ecute any orders in In* line with which hi* friends and the public may favor him. Orders can he left at No. 484, corner tith and C sts.,orat Ridenour iCoii feotionery Store, Pennsylvaniaavenuefnortli side>hetween 9th and 10th streets. Those who ma* intrust w*rk to him inay rely on ita being ex ecutea with neatness and dispatch, and at the lowest rates. je25-2m ,i Humphries a junniman. On Fourth street east. 1-etween E and t, Capitol Hill. , have fitted up their place, which will be open daily to visitors, and every Monday ^erm?on lor tho?e who wish to engage in the English Quadrilles or German Waities, will find an opportunity to do so there. Weber's Band has been engaged for the sen ton, and will be in attendance. ... Tliey have on hand and constantly making the purest larger to l>e obtained in the city. je P-3m OTICK? C. R. L. CROWN Jr CO. are_ re cei vine daily some of the tmeat PURNI-I TURK ever offered in this, which we! invite the attention of those in want, as we assure them they can save at loaat 10 per oent. Handsome carved marine-top Bureaus and Tables Rosewood and walnut Tete-a-Tetes, Sofa# Wardrobes, Chairs of all kinda. Cherry and poplar Tables. Mattreses. hair, oorn-top. and husk; Comfort*. Blankets, Bedsteads, hign and low-post. Rocking Chairs, cane and wood-seats. Cushions for Chairs, Settees, Clocks of all kinds. Extension Tablet, Sideboards, What-not. Glasses of all kinds, some extra fine Carpets. Cottage Seta, Rugs, Waiters. Glass Ware, Crockery Ware of all kinds. Feather and Fancy Goods of all kinds. And other Goods too numerous to mention to which we invite the attention of housekeepers and others, as we are determined to sell for cash or to punctual oustomers. ? C. R. L. CROWN A CO., oor. of 6th street and Penn. ave. P. S.?We shall ?till continue our regular sales on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday,both morning and evenmg, in front of onr store. Consignments soli cited, and in all canes advances made wnen required. C.R. L. C. A CO., ap25-tf (Intel) Auctioneers. INTERESTING TO FAMILIES. The following extract from a New York cannot fail to lie interesting. In referring to, the receipts of Teas in this country for onef year up to 30th ultimo, it saj s they will lie 12, L. pounds short of the imports of tiie year end ing June 9t, is.%,and that ? The advance in black teas. Oolongs, since last Dec?ml?er, has l>een fifteen cents per pound; and Young Hyson Teas, of low and medium grades, have experienced an advance of one hundred per cent, over last season's closing prices. "It will thus l?e seen that the strong and rapid advance in the tea market has t?een the result of i? short supply and active demand ; but when it iscou sidered that we may hearat any moment ol the en tire suspension ot shipments at Shanghai, and. in fact, that, as soon as h suiiicient force from England arrives at the seat of war, all hvo ports of entry in China, will prolmbly lie placed under strict blockade, it would not lie surprising to see Teas at a much higher figure than they have 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 A BIRCHKLL, iell-tf Corner Vermont ave.and 15th street. KW GROCERY, WINK, AND LIQUOR STORE. The subscriber liegs to inform his friends and the public, that hehasopened a NEW S TORK, corner of 12th street and Louisiana avenue, where he in tends to keep constantly on hand a lare? and varied assortment of Foreign and Domestic WINES, LI QUORS, CIGAR*, and FINK GROCERIES, consisting of Fine Teas. Sugar,Coffee, Flour. Soap, Olives, Raisins, Fi*s. Sardines, Anchovies, Otard, Marrett A Co.. Pmet \ Co., and Col. Chaliard's Brandies in cases, demijohns, and casks. Old Ja maica Rum, Sherries, Madeira, Port of various de scriptions, St. Julieu Claret, Chateaux Margaux in oases. Champagne Cider, B;andy Fruits, Reynold's Edinburgh Ale, Annisette, Maraschino, Curacoa. Absynthe,Champagne, and a large'and varied de scription of Havana Cigars. Also, Stoughton Bitters, and Fever and Ague Bitters. Porter, Ale,and Cider. Families are particularly invited to call and exam ine the stock before purchasing elsewhere. Mem bers of Congress arealso informed that their ?trders will be promptly attended to, and delivered at their residences at the shortest notice. A general assortment of tine Havana Cigars, lm |H>rted direct b> the bulmcrilier. at wholesale and re Canal Boats supplied on reasonable terms, and produce taken in exchange. Levy's Old Whiskey, constantly on hand, of 1340. Country orders punctually attendeJ to, and coun try produce of all descriptions received on consign ment. JONAS P. LEVY, je H-tf No. W Twelfth street. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.?JOHN II. Shoot, No. 113 Bridge street, Georgetown, D. C., has received from New York and Philadelphia, and now offering at very low prices, to cash and prompt customers, a large and eeneral assortment of Stapi.k and Fancy Goods?comprising in part as follows, viz: New atyieSiIk Robes and fancy Silks Best make black Silks, high lustred Black Challies, Lustres and Mous Delaines Rich printed <ali wool> Mous Delaines Challies and Barege Delaines, in great variety Rich Organdie, Barege.and Jaconet Robes Bright colors and mode plain Bareges and De laines Plain French Brilliants and Percales Plain colors Crnvellas and Spring-style Poplins Ducal*, a light seasonable fabric Best French printed Jaconets and Brilliants White Brilliants, fr?>ni li>* to31\ cents Best makes new styles Ginghams Deluges, Chambrays and plain Lustres English Prints of new styles, in great variety, at 12>6 cents Rich Chintz colors best Frcnch Organdies Whitk Good*, irt great variety. Plain Swiss, Nansook and Jaconet Muslins Plaid and striped Muslins Small-fatrured and rich Brocade Swiss Muslins piaidand striped Jaconet, Nansook and Swiss Muslins White Tarletons. Illusions, and Wash Nets Irish Linens (of the nest makes) very cheap Linen Cambric, Linen and Bishop Lawns Super English Long Cloths, suitable lor Ladies' use New York, Bates, Atwood,and other good makes Shirtings White Cambrics (of Jonas's celebrated make) White Brilliants and striped India Dimity Marseilles for Basques and Bonnet Card Shirt Bosoms and Shirt Collars. Kmbboidkp.ifp. French worked Muslin Collars and Seti Swiss Cainbrio Collars and Sets Swiss and l^ice Sleeves and Sets Homton and Maltese Laoe Collars Sw iss Cambric and Dimity Bands Kmbroidered Linen Cambric Hdkfs. Also, new stvles Lace and Silk Mantillas Stella and White Crape Sh.".wls Plain and rich figured Bonnet and Sash Ribbons Steel-spring, Neapolitan, and other Skeleton Skirts Spring assortment of B ijou's Kid Gloves '1 aifeta. Silk, black lace and Lisle thread do. Cotton Hosiery of every kind for ladies and children Gents Knglixh Half hose, ribbed and plain do Lisie threat! and fancy cotton do. A good assortment rf Silk Cravnts and Ties Suspenders, Silk arid Linen Cambric Hdkfs Gossamer and Lisle-thread Shirts and Drawers New style Parasols. Also, Gentlemen and Boys' wear of every descrip tion, with every variety of House-furnishing Dry Goods. Domestic Goods for servants wear of the hoaviest makes. Purchasers may rely upon getting desirable goods at low prices. ap8 tr JOHN If. SMOOT. ('?Hl.N'A, GLASS AND OUKENSWAKK^ J R. H. MILLER. SON A CO., Importers diroet from Liverpool to Ale?an dna, be* ,eave to call dealers, hotel keepers, and othersof Washington and Georgetown, to their stocks of G O O I) S , which, for extent and variety, will compare favorably with any establishment in the Eastern cities. The oonnexion of their senior partner with the manufacturers of Europe and the United States for upwards of thirty years, has given him advantages in the purchase of goods equal, if not superior, to any house in the trade. An inspection of gotids and prices will satisfy all parties that purchases oon be made of them upon the most favorable terms. French China Dinner "ots, gilt and deoor&ted French China Dinner ? Jts, gold l-and and plain white French China Vases, Pitchers, Toilet Sets, Ac. French China Tea Sets. Cupsand Saucers, and other articles ol Teaware And Dinner Ware, separate from sets India Cm na Dmuer Sets, and separate articles always on hand White Granite Ware in every variety, in Bets, and separate from sets, as may be desired Blue Printed or Liverpool Ware, the same Common Edged, White and Rockiugham Ware, in full suppiv. Cut, Pressed. Plain, and MonIded Glass Ware from the tiest establishments in the Eastern snd Western States, which will be stud by the package or other wise. Experienced packers employed. Good* put up by ns can t?e trans pitted by any mode without breakage. Fare by ttie steamlioats from Washington to Alex andria, a most hourly, l-'H cents eacn way. A quar ter of a dollar thus s|)pnt may save many dollars dec 1 RYE AND BARLEY MALT, for sale at ~tho CITN MALT HOUSE, corner of West Falls avenue and Block street, Baltimore, Md. may 6 ly ^HILLING 1'ON HAS RECEIVED PUT nam s Magazine for July. Graham's Magazine for July. lilies' National Magazine for July. Ballou's Dollar Monthly for July. New York Journal for July. The great Pictorial Brother Jonathan for the 4th of July, full o| illustrations. All the Newspapers, Magazines, and every thing in the Stationery line kept constantly on hand,and for sale at JOS. SHI LLfNGTONlS, Bookstore, Odeon Building, je 17 corner street and Penn. avenue. lUINIMMV GLASS.?.mi Imji'i |ii by 15 French yy Window Glass, will tie sold at on** dollar and ?eventy-tive per l*>x for cash, in lots of 14 boxes. Also, a full supply ol large size French Glass, 1st, 2d, and *1 qualities, 4 by 8 G lass lor hot-houses, 8 by |u, 3 by 12, ? by 12, and In bv 12 cheap. R. H. MILLER. SON A CO. Alexandria. Vn. ic 22 UU PONT'S GUNPOWDER. . I am all times supplied wifhsll the various kinds of DU I'ONT'S GUN POWDER, and am prepared to suppiy the name in any quantity to part les wanting, on the inost favorable terms. W. ALBERT KING, Agent for the District of Columbia, , . . No. 35 High street, __may 12-tf _<Intel.A States) Georgetown. D. C._ T"? LARGEST STOCK OF PIANOS IN _* V*0*'!* hand, at No.30U Penn.ave Due. net* e?*n 9th and loth streets '* 14 JOHN. F. ELL1?. |\EW AN D FRESH PERFUMER Y, just re i ,Vt* * ' ''vj ?*2e1 *tli streets. H. J. MoLAL'GHLl.N 4 CO. In?urance, Ac. IlROTECTION AND INDEMNITY FROM I 1.05s AND DAMAIiti BY FIRE, THE PERILS OFTHE SEA. AND INLAND TRANSPORTATION. FARMERS AND MECHANICS' INSURANCE COMPANY, OF PHILADELPHIA. Fin, Marini. and Inland Insurance. Authorized Capital. 51,250,000!!! OV7ICK. NORTHWEST CORNER OF PENNSYLVANIA Avenue and 17th Strlet, Washington. DIRECTORS. Hon. Tho?. B. Florence, Charles Dingee, George H.Armstrong, Thomas Maiiderfield. Charles A. Rubicam, Edwa?d R. Helmbold, George HelmbnJd, P. Carroll Brewster, J&ines E. Neall, Isaac l.eech, Jr. THOMAS B. FLORENCE, President. EDWARD R. HELM BOLD, Secretary. LOCAL SURVEYORS. Charles Walter, No. SJ7 D street, opposite City Hall. John M. Thornton, corner 1st street and Vir*iwa avenue. Island. James Williams. No. 22 4% street. John Riggles, No. 501 13th street, below Pennsyl vania a veuue. MARINE SURVEYOR. Captain J. P. Levy, No. 367 Pennsylvania avenue, opposite National Hotel. GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT. John Th?mason. Authorized, Capital and Assets 51,473,0-77 07 At sets . 5523.197 07 Invested in Bonds, Mortgages, and Good Securities. The following statement exhibits the business and oondition ol the Company to November 1, 185b: Premium received on marine and inland risks to No vemlnsr 1,1856. ...? 5214,684 60 Fire premium .. 176,7% 61 Interest on loan ?? 8,7??4 47 Total receipts 54Uo,lu5 6H Paid marine losses 5f?M27 04 Paid lire losses ifc,7.n 3a Expenses, salaries,and ooinnns Bions - 45,489 00 Reinsurance, return premiums, % and agency charges . ?7,474 68 5177,128 61 Balanoe remaining with the Compauy. 5223,057 07 The Assets of the Company are as follows: Philadelphia city and county bonds 516,848 13 Railroa<f bonds 00 First mortgages, real estate 143,500 00 Stocks, collaterals, on call JC',4flo ?<0 Girard and consolidation bank stock 5,125 00 Deposited with Duncan, Sherni'in Si Co., Now York 00 Deterred payment on stock not y et due.... H7,7<*? 0# Notes for marine premiums l?y,?"8<> 59 Due from agents, secured by ttonds 36,376 18 Premiums on policies recently issued, and debts due the company.... 26,470 38 Balance in bank ?.. 16,456 74 5523,<67 07 The business of this Company will compare favor ably with the most successful similar institutions 111 the I'nited States. _ From t lie 1st day of August. 1855, in fifteen months, up to the 1st day of Noveiiil?er. 1856, the premiums and interest received amounted to the large sum of four httndrod thousand one hundred and eighty-live dollars and sixty-eight cents, wit'i the payment of losses and expenses of one hundred and seventy seven thousand one hundred and twenty-eight dol lars and sixty-one <*?nts. With these evidences of success and good man agement, the Directors feel justified 111 soliciting a share o|?public patronage, believing that the security otferod is ample, and that all fair claims will bead justed more according to equity than legal technical ities. The Company is prepared to issue policies against loss or damage 1>y tire on DWELLIXtiF, FURNITURE, MILLS, MAN U FA (' TO III K S. WARE HO U S E S, All descriptions of BUI LDI NGSand their contents; or all kinds of MERCHANDISE, transported by Vkssei.*,Steamboat*. Canal Boats. Railroads. and the usual conveyance* to or from any portion of EUROPE AND AMERICA, and ou the hulls of STEAMBOATS navigating the Western Waters. The rates of premium will be as low as other com panies, and 111 fixing them every improvement in construction and arrangement will l?e taken into con siderntion. All losses speedily adjusted and promptly pud. Office, northwest comer Pennsylvania avenue and 17th street, Washington City. a>. C. Insurance may also b' tffrcitd at the Home OJfire, | northwest rorner Wmnut and Second strttts, Philadelphia, , And mother principal cities of the United Spates | by authorized officers of the Company. up 3 WASHINGTON INSURANCE COM PANV. CHARTERED BY CONURESS. Capital . _ ? 5200/100!!! This Company in now prepared to recrive applica tions for INSURANCE ON BUILDINGS, MKR Cli AN DISK, Ac., at the usual City rates, without any charge for Policy, ut their Olhce, corner of Tenth Street and Pennsylvania Avenue,over the Washington City Savings Bank. Dikkctohs. Wm. F. Bayly, Samuel Bacon. Robert l-'arnham, James F. Ilaliuay* Win. Orme, Hudson Taylor, Francis Mohun, M. W. Gait. Benj. Beail. JAMES C. McG UIRE, President. Grafton D. Han?on. Secretary. np 11-ly ANK1NG HOUSE OF CHUBB BROTHERS. W B Deposits.?Deposits received and Checks paid without charge. Drafts on the northern seal?oard cities received on Deposit at par, and Kxchange un said Cities furnished to depositors without charge. Interest on Deposit*.?Interest will lie allowed on Deposits at such rales as may lie a<reed upon. DEPOSITS IN VlK'ilNIA and I sc lkkknt Monet. Deposits 111 Virginia and othi/r I ncurient Money te ceived to be checked for, payable in same funds, or in specie, we charging the regular Kxchanjre. Discounts.?Notes. Drafts, and Bills of Kxchange will be discounted, and l.oaus made on Stocks, Bonds, and Securities, at the market ratn. Letter* of Credit.?Letters of Credit will be furmshed, negotialJe in the different Cities of the United States, on Deposit of Money or Collaisrals. and interest allowed if Money is deposited, and charged if Collaterals, on such terms as may be agreed upon. Traveling Bills of Exchange.?^Travelers will be furnished with drafts in such sums as may l*c de sired negotiable in the different Utiles of the Union. Bills and Letters of Credit on Kngland.Irk land and Ecrope.?Bills of Exchange ami Letters of Credit 011 Kngland, Ireland and Kurope,furnished at the market rate for Kxchange, in sums to suit. Bonds, Stocks, Ac.?Bonds, Stocks, and Securi ties paying from 6 to 12 pr. cent..always for sale, or bought 111 the different Cities at a conimauiou of a ? pr. cent. Where Stocks are bought upon orders, we reserve the right to call for a deposit of 10 pr. cent on the cost. Bonds or Stocks will be ordered by tele graph. Railroad, City, and State Bonds.?Railroad, City, and State Bunds can be pi&ced in our hands for negotiation, either in this country or Kurope. Rail road Iron purchased fl?r cash or with Bonds. Land Warrants.?I^nd Warrants bought at the market rates. All Warrants sold by us are guaran teed in every respeot. Land Warrants located on commission. Land Warrant quotations regularly furnished if re quested. Warrants will be forwarded to Western Houses on orders, or sent for sale on oc muussion to responsible parties. Real Kstate ant> Instjrantrb.? Real Estate bought and sold, and Insurances effected. Claims on Ckitkd States, Cocrt or Claim*, Congress.?Claims on the Lmted States, before the Court of Claims or Congress, intrusted to us, will be prosecuted by prompt and able attorneys. CHUBB BROTHERS, jan 27 Opposite the Treasury. | NTEHKST ALLOW ED ON DEPOSITE8. MONEY to LOAN onSTOCK SECURITIES CHUBB BROTHKRS, BANKERS, Opposite the Treasury, THE HOUSE OF CHUBB BROTHERS, Washington, is composed of CHAS. St. J. CHUBB, JOHN D. BARROW, HENRY HOLMES. THE HOUSE OF CHUBB BROTHER, BARROW A CO., Dav&nport, Iowa, is composed of CHAS. St. J. CHUBB, ALEX'R H. BARROW, Jan 27?tf WM. H. JJO UGAI Home-made carriagks. We have 011 hand, of our own manufacture, a fine assortment of all kinds of CAHRI . AG KS of t he vary best, latest. and most V approved sty lea, and warranted in point of j workmanship and material, to be equal to any made in the city of Washington or any other city in the I'nited Stales. We respectfully solicit a call fiom the citixeus and strangers to examine our work ; as we are determined to let none suipass us eil tier 111 uiiahty of work or in low prices. We also do every kind of R KPAIR ING in a work mauli ke manner, and at reasonable puces. Old Carriage* taken til part payment for new and at a fair price. SIMON FLYNN A CO. may 12-6m OOIJ PENNSYLVANIA AVENI'E, &rJ\9 near corner of 13/A Street. B. H. STINKMKTZ having made arrangementg with a Company of liatters to do fur nished with the most popular styles of MOLESKIN AND BEAVTKR HATS, will hereafter make a dis count of I2X por cent upon the aotual market prioe, making the Hat sold for SI land not unfreuuently for 5-^'for( e low price of 53.50. a slight varia tion 111 quality 5;i, and for 52.50a su perior quality for the money. To make this system etfectusl, he will keep no hooks, but sell exclusive ly lor Cash on Delivxkv, which cannot fail being advantageous to the purctiaser, thereby enabling him to buy for cash and sell at a small profit, meeting With 110 losses by U-ul debts. New Styles FELT HATS, CAPS, and STRAW GOODS, for Men, Boys, Misses and Infants' wear. Persons are invited to call and examine our stock. Call at 236 Pennsylvania Avenue, Lear corner of 13th Street. _____ ap H-tf UNDER BROWNS' HOTEL. Just opening a v-plcndid assortment of Spring and Summer RKADN -M A DE CLOTHING and Gent's FU RNISHI S ti GOODS of the linest style and make, at the Emporium of Fashion, No. 37ii Browns' Hotel, next to private entranoe. mar Hii < Intel.V State*) Pulpit eloquence of the nine teenth Century, containing the Itcst discourses of the most eminent living Ministers 111 Europe and America, with Biogmphical Sketches, by Rev. Hen ry C. Fish. Complete in one volume, large octavo, tr~'" *"rtn,infcti^AVM??. 370 Medicine*. 1 t MIE GREATEST medical DISCOVERY * OF THE AGE. Mr KCMkkdt.oF Roxburr, hu diaoovered none uf our tx iiauon pasture weeda a remedy that cures ftVJLKY KIND or HCMog, from Tke wottt Scro/uln dovn to a common PimpU.

He haa tried it in over eleven hundred amies, and never failed except in two casea. both Thunder Hu mor He has now in his possession over one hundred oertihcatea of its value,ail within twenty miles of ^Twifbottlea are warranted to cure a nursing Sore MOneto three bottle* will cure the worst kind of Pimples on the Knee. Twoor three bottles will clear the system nf Biles. Two bottles are warranted to cure the worst Canker in the Mouth and Stomach. Three to five bottles are warranted 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 ol the Ears and Blotches among the Hair. Four to six twttles are warranted to cure corrupt and running fleers. One bottle will cure Scaly Eruptions of the Skin. Two or three fiottles are warrantod to cure tue worst kind of Ringworm. Two or three hot ties are warranted to cure the most most desperate case of Kheumatism. Three to four bottles are warranted to cure Salt rheum. ... . r Five to eight bottles will oure the worst case of Scrofula. , ,, .. . . A benefit is always experienced from the first bot tle, and a perfect cure is warranted when the above quantity is taken. Nothing looks so improbable to those who have in vain tried all the wonderful medioines of the day, as that a common weed growing on the pastures, and along old stonewalls, should cure every humor in the system ; yet it is a fixed fact. If you nave a humor, it has to start. There are no IKS nor AN DS, hums nor ha's al>out it suiting some casvs, buttnot yours. I ped(J?ed over a thousand littles of it in the vicinity of Boston. 1 know the etleets of it lu every case. il ;.&? already done some of the greatest cures ever oue in Massachusetts. 1 gave it to children a year oid. to oid peopie of sixty. I have seen poor, puny, wormy-looking children, whose flesh was soft and flabby, restored to a perfect state of health by one bottle. . . , To those who are subject to a sick headache, one bottle will always cure it. It gives great relief in catarrh and dizziness. Some who have taken it had been costive for years, and have been regulated by it. Where the body is sound it works quite easy, but where there is any derangement of the functions of nature, it will cause very singular feelings, but you must not be alarmed; the? always disappear in from four days to a week. There is never a wul re sult from it; on the oontranr. when that feeling is roue, you will feel yourself like a uew person. I ne:ir<l some of the most extravagant encomiums ol it that ever man listened to. . ... ... t In my own practice I nlways kept it strictly for hu mors?out since its introduction as a general family medicine, great aud wonderlul virtues have been found in it that 1 never suspected. . Several casesof cpileptic fits?a disease which wm always considered incurable, have been cured by a few liottles. (), what a mercy if it will prove effec tual m all cases of that awful malady ?there are but few who have seen more of it than 1 have. I know of several cases of Dropsy, all of them aged Ieople cured by it. For the various diseases of the .iver. Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Fever and Ague, l'ain in the Side, Diseases o| the Spine, and particularly in Diseases of the Kidneys, Ac., the discovery has done more good than any nieificine ever known. No change of diet ever necessary?eat the best you cnii get ami enough of it. Direction* for Adults one table-spoonful per day?children over ten years dessert-spooiiful? children from five to eight years, tea-spoonful. As no directions can l?e applicable to ail constitutions, lake sufficient to operate on the bowels twice o day. MANUFACTURED BY DONALD KENNEDY. No. 120 Warrtn Street. Roxbnry, MassaekuHttS. Agents for Washington.?Chas. Stott A. Co., Z. Gilinnu, Kidwell A Lawrence, J. B. Gardner, IJurry A Co., D. Walsh it Co.. F. S. Walsh. J. P. Stone, Martin King, Nairn A Palmer,^hwartz A Co.. O BoswelI, Daniel B. Clark, J. iVAIilburn, Dunbar D>son, Ford A Bio. Agents for tieorgetown.?R. S. Cissell, O M Lentliaui, J. L. K.dweil. my 5-ly PRIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE ON THK PHISIOLOUICAI. VIEW OF MARRIAGE, By M. B. La CROIX, M. D.. All*ny, N. V. 2li0 pages and IS' fine P'-in and Colored Lithographs and flatus. ID-PRICE ONLY ir?CENTS.,01 . ID"Seat frit of posiatt to all parts of tht Union. Dr. M. B. La Croix's Physiological View of Mar riage. A new and revised edition of 25o pages and 1?> platen. Price 25 cents a copy. A popular and comprehensive treatise on the duties and casualties of singieand married life? happy and fruitful allian ces, mode of securing them?infelicitous and infer tile ones?their obviation and reinova'?nervous de bility, its causes ami cure, by a process a? once so simple, safe, and effectual, that fa,lure is impossible ?rules for daily management?an essay on Sperma torrhea, with practical observations on a safer and more successful mode of treatment?precautionary hints on the evil rositlts from empirical practice : to which is adJed commentaries on tho diseases of fe males?from infancy to old age?each case graphical ly illustrated by beautiful plates. It'points out the remedies for those self-inflicted miseries and disap pointed hopes so unfortunately prevalent in the young. It is a truthful ad\ iser to the married, acu thoee contemplating marriage. Its perusal is partic ular!) recommended to persons entertaining secret doubts of their ph> sieal condition, and who are con scious of having hazarded the health, happiness and privileges to which every human l?eing is entitled to. Price ifi cents per copy, or five copies lor arl. mail ed fiee of postage to am part ol the Umteu States, by addressing Dr. LA CROIX, (post pa;J,) Allany, Sew York, enclosing 25 cents. N. II. Those who prefer may consult Doctor |LA CROIX .upon any of the diseases upon which hia book treats, either personally or by mai?. His medi cines olten cur? in the snort space of six days, and oompte'.ely and entirely eradicate all traces of those disorders which oopaiva and cubebs have so long been thought an antidote, to the rum of the health of the patient. His " French Secret" is the great con tinental remedy for that class of disorders which un fortunately, physicians treat with mercury, to the irretrievable destruction to the patient's constitu tion. a^ which all the sarsapanila in the world can not cut*. IHT Offioe No. 31 Maiden Lane, Albany, N. V . fen M?ly _____ | ?jpo ALL THAT VALUE THEIR SIGHT. JOHN TOBIAS, PRACTICAL OPTICIAX.-fZSf&si^ wishes to call 1 he attention of all that*?? sutler with defective sight, caused by age, sick ness, and particularly from glasses injudiciously se lect ed, to his superior >PECTACLES and GI.ASS ES carefully eround by himself to a true spherical accuracy, and brilliant transparency, suited precise ly and beneficially to the wearer, according to the ooucnvitv or oouvcxify of the eye. Very numerous are the ill effects caused to the precious organ of sight from the commencement of using glasses in not being precisely suited, by the use of an Optome ter; and the practice of many years enables him to measure the focal disease of the eyes, and such glasses that are absolutely required will be furnish ed with precision and satisfaction. JOHN TOBIAS acknowledges the very libera! encouragement already obtained, and further solicits the patronage of those who have uot yet availed themselves of his aid. Persons that cannot conveniently oallt by sending the glasses lu u?e, and state how many inches they can read this print with their spectacles, oan be sup plied with such as will improve their sight. Innumerable testimonials tol>e seen ; and referen ces given to many who have derived the greatest ease and comfort Iroui his glasses. Circulars to lie had grade, at his office, No. 512 Seventh street, throe doors from Odd Fellows' Hail, upstair*. NoxroLg, Septemlier 7,1854. Sir: The Speotaoles you made for me suit very well, and seem to have improved my sight more than any other I have lately tried. L1TT. W. TAZEWELL. I have triod a pair of Sflfectacles obtained from Mr. Tobias, and find them of great assistance tomy eight, and corresponding with his description of the focus. 1 recommend him aa a skilful optician. HENRY A. WISE. Having been induced by a friend to visit the estab* bailment of Mr. Tobias for tho purpose of trying lite glasses, 1 was furnished by him with a pair slightly oolored bluo, whioh have aflorded me more relief and gratification than nny I have ever tried. My sight, originally very good, was injured by writ ing and reading at night, frequently to a very late hour; but with the aid of these glasses I oan study almost as late as ever, and that too without the pain 1 have previously suffered. P JOHN WILSON, Late Commissioner Gen'l Land Omoe. Deo. 11. 1856. 1 have usod Mr. Tobias's Sppotaolos for three or four months, and take great pleasure in saying that 1 am much pleased with them. 1 have been much benefited by them. GEO. P. SCARBURGH. May 5th, 1856. I wns recommended to Mr. John Tobias as a skil ful optician ; and as I have eyes of remarkable pecu liarity, I was gratified to find that Mr. Tobias seem ed to comprehend them by inspection and some slight measurement, and he has made me a i>air of Specta cle* that suits me admirably. A. P. lit'l i<KR. July II, laMi. Wti.MixaToN, N. l\, Jan. 17,1854. Mr. J.Tobias. DearSir: I am happy to say I hat the Spectacles winch I obtained from you last week are entirely satisfactory. From an inequality in the Visual mn^e of my eyes, 1 have heretofore found Sreat difficulty in getting glasses of tho proper focal ? stance. It attorns ine pleasure to state that, by the aid of your optometer, this diltieulty hai been happi ly obviated, so that the glasses you furnished me are decided i y the boat adapted to luy eyes of any I have ever yet used. Vei y icspectfully, yours, R. B. DRANE, Rector of St. James's Parish. Dfpartmrnt of Interior, May 8,1855. From natural defects and the unequal ranee of my eyos, I have t>eeri compelled to use glasses for seve ral years. 1 have tried different opticians without obtaining glasses perfectly hlted lo my eyes. Four months since Mr. Tobias made two pairs especially for nie, which I have found t? serve me perfectly. By the uso of his optometer he is enabled to adapt glasses most minutely to the eye. I most cheerfully recommend Mr. Tobias to all having occasion to use glasses, and bear my testimony as to his skill as an optician. HENRY E. BALDWIN, Ass't Sec'y to sign Land Warrants. p. S. OPERA GLASSES or great variety,TEL ESCOPES and MICROSCOPES, WATCH-MA KER GLASSES, and many other articlua in thia line at very low pncea constantly on hand. j* 18?1* nUBa HONEY C' The Mibsoriber has just received, and for sale, ton tierces of chilled CUBA his Gro cery and Provision Store, No. 564 12tli street and Louisiana avenue. jelB tf JONAS P. I.F.VY. MY sT6t!Ro'F BOOTS AND SHOES r?ing alaiut the largeat in thia city at this_,sfe? time, and having l*oen purchased before the&HI rise in Leather, can l>e sold at atiout 15 to aiw per cent, less than goods purchased at this time. Call and examine for voursel ves. at 8. P. HOOVER'S, 1*1) Iraa Utlli Pa. ?*?. bat, 9th and loth >ti. Traveler!' Directory. pOR CAPE MAY. Wasitixotox Bbakch RK.?Philadelphia, Wil Misato> and Baltimore Railroad. PMnen<T* for this celebrated Sf'MMER RE SORT are informed. that a daily line will he run (except Sunday) leaving Washington at 6a. in.. and connecting at New (Untie with the splendid steam er Gexkral McDonald on Tuesday#. Thursday*, and Saturdays, ami on all alternate days with the elegant ami swift New York strainers ruunnif be tween Philadelphia and New York via Newcastle. Tickets including carriage hireonthe Island. Children (under 12years*and servants *4 .??. TH.H. PARSONS. jy 17-4W (Intel A States) Agent YVASHINUTUN AND ALEXANDRIA, ANDMOINT VERNON. Chawgk of Horns.?The Steamers GEORGE WASHINGTON or THOMAS COLL\ KK will depart at the follow iim hours, on and after a*h July mstj Leave Alexandria, at 8, !?>?, and 11 a- m.,12l*. 2*?, 4 V. and 6* p. m. Leave Washington, at 8J<, |c?4.anJ U\ a. in.. nnd 7 p. in. The public may eonlidently rely on the Boat start ing at the time advertised. One of the Boats will make a trip to MOUNT VKRNON on TrKsDAY and Fkit>ay of each week, leaving Washington at ^o'clock a. m. J?)B CORSON, I - . M SAMUEL BARER. \ Captain*. Either Boat inay l>e chartered for Excursions at any time, on application to JOSEPH BRYAN, President of the Company, at his office, S>> Petrn. avenue, or to the Captains on !>oard. jy l"-tf THE PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COM PA NY. One of the Steamships of this Company, carrying the United States Mails fur ACAPULO. CALIFORNIA, and OR EGON. leave>OL?EF& Panama twire each month, on th? arn 1 L valid the I'nited States .Mail S. S. Company's steam ers. which leave New Orleans and New York regu larly on 5th and 20th of each month wit h the mails, and passengers connecting via PANAMA RAIL ROADS. These stf^amships have t>een inspect**! and ap proved by the Navy Department, and guaranty *prnt ?inJ \afrty. Th<* Panama Railroad (47 miles long) is now com pleted from ocean to ocean, and is oro?>sed in Sor 4 hours. Tli- Istggage of passengers is checked in New York throiign to San Francisco, and pass-ngers are emliarkedat Panama by steamer at the company's expense. The inotiCy paid lu New York covers all expenses of the tup. Reserve steamers are ke^t in port in Panama and San Fraacisco, to prevent detention m ca?e of acci that the route is entirely reliable?no fail ure having occurred in eight years. Paxseugors leave Pauama the same day they ar rive at Aspiuwa.l. Conductors go through by each steamer, ami take charge of women and children without other protec tors. For through tickets at the lowest rates apply at theazenoy, 177 Webt street. New I. W. RAYMOND.?or to ARMSTRONG, HARRIS A CO., New < Irleans,- or jv 24-tf C. L. BARTLF.TT. Boston. JpoR OLD POINT AND NORFOLK. The Steamer MARYLAND will, on the nth of July, commence running regularly to j? theauove places, leaving Wash ins t<?n As i-? (Eleventh-st. wharf ? every WED Cil-P ?,l N ESDA^ and SATL'R DA Y at Ho'clock a rn. Re turning. will leave Norfolk every MONDAY and THURSDAY at 4 o'clock p. in. She will touch, going and returning, at OLD POINT, PINEV POINT. BLACKISTONE'S ISLAN D, and the usual landings on the Potomac. Passae*. including meals, to Old Pomt and Nor folk. FIVE DOLLARS. jean-tf WM. MITCHELL. U NITED STATES MAIL LINE. ONLY REGULAR LINE AND WITHOUT FAILCRE FOR KlfiHT YEARS, FOR CALIFORNIA AND OREGON VIA PANAMA RAILROAD. Regular Sail ing Uay*,hth of eaeh month. Caction.?So manv frauds and imposi tion s of various kinds have t>een Intclv perpet rat <?d on travellers tiound toCAI.I ' rORNIA.that the sulisenlwr. the only aut horned Agent for passatre l?v the U. S. Mail Line, via Pana ma, hi the city of New York, feels it his duty to caution all persons seeking passage to California, that, to avoid imposition, they must be careful to find the true office of the Steamships of the I". S. Mail, via Panama Railroad, as no oth??r office in New Vork is authorized to eng'tge p'tsnace. The Companies have only one office in New York, which is at 177 Wesi street,corner of Warren street, fronting on tin? North Kiver, at t lie head of the Com pany 's Wharf. I!!?* < >!>serve tr.y sign over the door. I. W. RA \ MOND. Agert. je 1**- New Vork. MJE NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS 1 Tm Skips composing this Line are : The ATLANTIC Capt. Oliver Eldndg*. The BALTIC Cast. Joseph Comstock The ADRIATIC. ? Capt. James West, These ships having t>een tmilt tiy contract expressly for t tie Government service,every <sire has l?een taken in their construction, as also in their engines, to in sure strengt.'i and speed, and their acc umnoiiati >ns for passengers aie unequalled for elegance and coin fort. Prioeof passage from New York to Liverpool, in first ealiin, 9lS?; inseoonddo.,975; exclusive use of extra size state rooms, S-'fiS. From Liverpool to New York, and 2" guineas. An experienced Sur geon al tached to each ship. No t?erths can t.e secured until paid lor. Tbe ships of this line have unproved water-tight bulk deads. PROPOSED DATES OF SAILING. FROM *F.W YORK. FRO* I.lVKRPoOt.. Saturday, June 2" IP-T7 Wednesday, June 24 1M7 Saturday, July 4 1K57! Weduesday, July 8... 1KS7 Saturday, J uly la I8S7 Wednesday, J uiy 22 1?37 <.l?r.l?v A..., 1 lot-, U'-.l 1-- 1 ? ioti ?? ruueMiii), v*' i&Jf , lti.57 Wednesday, Oct. 14 1 ><"?7 Saturday, Oct.2? 1857 j Wednesday, Oct. ~vi IC57 Saturday, Nov. 7 1X57 Wednesday, Nov. II .1KW Saturday, Nov. 21... .1:'?57Wednesday, Nov. 25 laS7 Saturday , Dec.5.-.. . 1857. Wednesday, Doc. 9 ISW jWedkesday, Dec. 23.I&57 For freight or passage, apply to EDWARD K. COLLINS. No. 5fi, Wall street, New \ ork. BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO., Liverpool. STEPHEN KENNARD A CO., Au?tin Friars, London. B. (i. WAIN WRIGHT A CO., Pans. The owners of these ships will not be accountant for gold, silver, Uulliou, specie, jewelry, precious stones or metals, unless bills o.r lading are signed therefor and the value thereof expressed therein. je IS JTEA.MER UEORUE PAGE. ^ HOURS OF DEPARTURE. Leave Alexandria at 4>?, 71%, 9, lnJi,1 12H.3, 4T' "? Leave ap 1\AILY LINE FOR EDWARDS' FERRY I" AND LEESBL'RG, Va., via Chesapeake and Ohio Canal.?The Packet Bi>at8 All i <i( > and M. C. M EIGS. will oointneuctL making dnily trips to the above points.? ou Monday, March 23, leaving the wharf of W. H. and H. G. Ritter, Georgetown, D. C. every tnorninn at 7 o'clock, Sundays excepted; through in eight hours; leavinc Georgetown at Isevet o'clock in the morning, the Boats will arrive at the Great Falls,or Washington Aqueduct, at loa. in.,Seneca at I2iii., Edwards' Ferry at 3 p. ML, where a stage will lie in readiness to oonve* passengers to Lsevburg, Va. Returning, leave Edwards' Ferry every day at nine o'clock in the morning, and arriving in Georgetown at suuset. Through Tickets. 91.75. Intermediate (H ints as follows: Great Fails or Washing ton Aqueduct, 50 s ,e\va*iiicgton at 6,8. 9\, 11JK, 1 Vf, 4, 5?. 7. -d EI.LlS 1.. PRICE, Capiain. cents; Seneoa, 75 cents; Edwai^s' Ferry, Sl.l2; Leesbuig, Virginia, including Ooach, 91.75. Meals served on the Boats at moderate prices. mar is W. H. A H. G. RITTER. JN EW KUITE TO THE SOUTHWEST. MEMPHIS t CHARLESTON RAILROAD COMPLETED?CONNECT! *8 Chattanooga, Tmn.; Charleston, S. C.; Savan nah, Ua.; and ail tkt Not ihiatttrn Cities, with Mtmphis, Ttnn. The last connecting link of Railroad between NEW YORK ANDTHE MISSISSIPPI RIVER. Thrs road is now oomDleted and opened for the reg ular transportation of Passengers and Freight, and wni afford more Expedition and less Expense than any other route between the Northeast and South west. Passengers and Shippers will take due node* thereof, aud govern themselves accordingly. Passenger Trams leave Stevenson daily at 2*4 o'clock,*. m?(after the arrival of the tratiis frotn Chattanooga and Nashville, 'and arrive at Memphis same day at 7 p. iu.. connecting with First Class Steam Packets to New Orleans, and all other impor tant points npon the Western Rivers.* Gooda con signed to R.ailroad Ageuts at Charleston or Savan naii, will be lorwarJe.T to Momphis and other points, by F.ipress Freight Trams. Freight in charge ol the Adams Express Coir? p?nv 1* carried over tins route d-oly by the passeu ger trains. F. C. ARMSf General Superintendent, IIUNTSVII.I.E, < Ala.) April lit, 1857. ?Thmayh Tickets to Memphis, Ac., sold at Wil mington. N. C,; Charleston, S. C.; Augusta. Savan nah, Maw>11. Atlanta, and Columbus. Ga ; Montgoin ery, Ala.; Cnnttanooga, and Nashville, Tenn. To connect with the Western Trains ou this road, passenger* wtfl take the night trains from Wilming ton. N. C.; Augusta, Ga.;Chvttanoogaand Nashville, Tenn.; and the Jay trains from Charleston and Kingsville, S. C.: and Atlanta. Ga. ap 7-tf 10 SECOND HAND PIANOS. RANGINGIN price Irom .%IH to 9125. just reo*>iv?(l^v*a^B] from Baltimore. They are very good. K -1 Also, 15beautiful new I'l INOSiu store* ? ? ? ? recently reoeived from Boston. Iligfiekl price kivcu for old Pianos in exchange for new, RememtrfT our number is 3W. near 10th street, be tween 9th and loth. JOHN. F. El.LIS. je 22 IfUWI COPIES OF ROSALIE, THE PRA I rie Flower, the most fieeutiful song ever published. Also, Darling Nelly tiray. Music in the Air. nnd all the new music of t>ie day just rev ived at our Piano and Music Store, .*?<>. I^tween ?tli and loth streets. JOHN F. ELLIS. jy )4 P?. ay., bet. Bth and 9th sta. WALL A STEPHENS, CLOTHS, VESTING SI Traveler*' Directory. %y A*HINUTON BRANCH H AILROAD. THAISS RUN AS hULLOWS: From WASHINGTON at t a. m., eunneoltni at Relay with train* for the \V?t, *nd at Baltimore with those for Philadelphia awl New Vork: at i-*? a. ni., fur Annapolis, Baltimore. P.uiade.pma. an J New York ; at 3p. m. for Batimore and Norfolk, and at Relav with Frederick train. EXPRESS at 4JO p. in. at Retsy for the W e?t, and for Annapolis, Baltimore, Phi adelphia, and New York. V!TJ^Vt!&<%^^x",,,nstos " 5?liiISir*LBXJLSI.?.A .MLEOAU. GREAT SOUTHERN M JUL L Tn F . Twice Dsily, 'Sunday nights exoeptod.t between WASUISwTONCITY and the Sdl TH, cm A LEX ANDR1 A. GORDONSVILLE aac R1CH - MONO. Leavea Washington at fi o'clock a. m. " Wellington at 7 o'olock p m. Fare from Washington to K.ctmond, #5 90. For LVNCHBFKG and the SOUTH WEST. Leave Washington at ?? o'clock a. *m., arrive in l.YNCII Hl'R'i next morning at 4 a. m., connecting with the trauia on the Virginia and Tennessee Rail Road for MEMPHIS. Mail Stages from Char lottesville to l,y nchbttrg a distance of flo iniiea. Fare iroiu Washington to l.y nctiburg, 41.7V ** - Memphis, S4.2V The moat expeditious route to the Yirgin.a Springs?only aix hours'sta;e travel totheGrcen Iwier White Sulphur. Leave Washington at 6a. m., arrive at WHITK SILI'HI K the same night. Fare from Alexandria to White Sulphur, 912.W, Tbe at earner GEORGE PAGE. foot of Seventh street. Item* owned by the Railroad Company, ruus in connection with the trains. Ticket a for Richmond and Lynchburg procured on the Boat. lO^Ommbaseaand Bargnge Watone will beat the Depot oi tin* Washington Rnilrond, to ?v?nvey pas sengers and liaggage to the Steeml?>at. lor Alexan dria, a distance of six uulea, allowing ample tm.e for meals. JAM KS A. EVANS. Agent. Alesandria.^July.tasT. __ jy t-tf j^EW AND IMPORTANT SCHEDULE. FOR ALL PARTS'OF THE WEST. mm BALTIMORE A .V D OHIO RAILROAD. The recent ex tension and improvement of its lead ing connecting liti**n at the Wot tiaa required an en tire revision of the running arrangements of this road In which highly important advantages to the trav eler are seen. Oi aailllcr MONDAY. Juae 15. 1k.>7, THREE DAILY TRAINS will U run in both directum* for ttirouch passcrutcra. Firs?-The ACCOM MODATION TRAIN starts from Camden Station. Baltimore,a; 7 A.M..(except Sun.lav.i stop* at way stations and arrives at Cum berland at 4 P. M. Second?The MAIL TRAIN starts (Sunday ex cepted ) at 8 an A. M-. and arrives at W heeiing at 4 25 A. M.. connecting at lienw<NMi with Central Ohio trains for Coiumbus. Cincini ati. Indianapolis, l.<>u isviile. cincago.St. LuoiaAa. and at suuie place with trams for Cleveland. Toledo. Detroit. Ac., l?y Cleveland Road, and also at Parkersburg with Ma rietta Road. Third?The ST. LOFPi and CINCINNATI EXPRESS TRAIN loaves daily at 5.cj P. M.. con necting at Benwood at 9 A. M.with express trains from Bel la ire to Cincinnati, (fiihout rhamt* of Car* nt Colutn'jff. t and reaching there iti but 15 hours from Ital'imorr and V?; hours fr?>?n Washing ton. It also inssMtl directly, in both directions, at tiralton with cars b\ Psrkersl>urg and Marietta roads for Chnlicothe. Cincinnati. etc. These trams sosaMl at XenM tor India?polls, Chicago and J?t. Louis, and at Cincinnati witn ti e Great Ohio and Mi??ic*ippi Kxpr^ss for LouiFxi'le Cniro and St. I a*iiis t tmnizh to St. Louie in le?* than 4.' honrs fr..m Bnltiiiiore. By this train the ttmr to all the central and eouthern ji.icee in the \Ve?.t is much let.*. While thedi.-trtnre is Iroin 40 to iniire shorter than t?y the shortest of other routes, e From the Wcat tueae connections are equally c!ose ainl hat'isfactory, ar riving at Baltimore at ?..?>? A. M. U7" ItacKace checked tliroarh to all points. THROl'GH TICKKTs wildar l??<tt rates at Camden station and at Washington. |),t. Passcngera from hailimore or Washington may rinr tkr .ntirr roi-f l/ti Jnylight, b> taking mom irii train*, and lying over at Cuinlierlati.t or Oak land, and ro?iiming nex' morning liy Wheeling Ae eommodation train, leaving Cumi>er!and at tl and Dak land at lu.Vt. FOR WAY PASSE S'G F R S. TbeCuinl?er!snd Aecosmn?>datiou Tram at 7 A.M., will ?top at ali Stations ? a*t of Cumlienatid. and the Wheeling Acconiinodation at ali Stations beyond Cumln*ilnnd going West. Fastwardl*. the Xlail Trnin !"a vee \\ heelint J*."*' A. M .. and Accomtno - di?ion lea\es Cumt>erinnd at 9. reacliing liaiinnore at P. M. ??N TilK NORTHWKSTF.RN VIRGINIA Hit ANCI1.1?et wet'n (irafton and I'arkerst^ir^, war pi)oi<-ngeri< will take the F.x^rrss westwardiy and the Mail eastward!*. Tne FRKDKRICK TR AIN stars at 4 r. M , stopping at wa\ stations. Leaves Frederick at??.IS A. \l.. arriving at Haiti more 12 noon. Toe F.LLU'OTts MILL! RAIN leavea at ?.4S A. M., an?l i.l". P. M. Leaves Kliicott's Mills at 7 A. M.and" P. M.. except Sunday. FOR WASHIX??TON AND THF. SOl TH. Leave Baltimore lor Washington at 4.1'> ami <*.IS A. M..SandxlS P. M. On SunJa> s at 4.IS A. M., and .1.15 P. M.only. Leave Wakhincton for Ba'timore at 6 and A. M. and o?nd 4..?? p. M. CJn Siu?<la> s at 7 A.M.. ai.d 4?*? P. M. only. The lirst and fourtn trains from Baltimore,ami ths second fourth trains (r<>ra Washington, will l>c express man trams, stoript.g oul) ai \S akhin^ton Junction arid Annapolis Junetion. The '.<.15 and i.15 trams from Baltimore an<1 the I! S? and 42' trams f>om Watshmt'ou o.<imeet with the trains from Annapc.ik. for ticket*, information, fare, Ac., apply to J.T. ENGLAND, the Ticket othee. CamJen Station. W.M.S. W4H?l>SIDK, jy 13-tf Master of Transportation, Baltimore. po WESTLRN I KAVLI.F.RS. NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY. Tiro DAILY TRAISS TO PITTSBURG A \i> THF. WEST. OX AND AFTER J FLY 1st. IM7. TWO DAI LY TRAINS wnl leave Calver' Station lor Pitts ?urg and ail Western ai.d S?>utu or Nortimrestein cities. THE MORN1.VG MAIL TRAIN !.eaves Haltunore daily (Sun<1ny excepted I at R.1S A.M.. connecting with the Ma.l Train over the great Pemui)ivania II a 1 road, and arriving in Cincinnati at <!.:*? P. M. the following day; at Chicago in ?4 hours, and at St. Loins in 41 ho irs. THE AFTERNOON EXPRESS TRAIN Leaves Haiti more daily (Sunda> excepted) at S P. M. for Ilarrisl.urg. THE NliiHT EXPRESS TRAIN Leaves Baltimore EVKRY NI??HTat 10 P. M., connecting with Liftlitning Express over the Penn sylvania Railroad for Pittsburg, arriving at I P. M. Thsl.lj A. M.and in P. M. trains connect closely et_Pittsburg with trains over the Fut*Lnrg, Fort Waynr nn>l Chtrngo Rnilrnat a*id its Northern, Southern and Western connections. 8^7? Paseeneers f<?r Chtcaco, Rock Island. Burl injto;i. Iowa City, Milwaukee, Dubuque. St. Paul, Madison.and other leading cities m the Northwest, wil! sa\ e <)*'? Uu n<l ltd mil ft of tinrtl and tr* kcuri in time with /our It s< cUunges o| cars, by taking this route. Passengers for Cleveland. Sandusky, Toledo and Detroit go bv this route, a-ul the tune is une qua "led. being 41 miles shorter t han any other route. ID* Pass, ngers I'oi Sr. Loui*. Lidiaiianolis, Ter re Tlaute. Cairo, prvint:" an the lower and I'pp-T Mississippi, make less changes o( cers and arrive in advance <?( any other route: and to Citioui nat i. Columbua. Day ton. l<ouis% I'le and other piom ilieut clti*b. as quick as b? an\ other route. All Western liagrage CHECKED THROL'GH and handled with mre. FOR THE XORTH. The8.15 A. M.and !?? r. >|.Itaii.sconnect c!<?eely with Express trams over tne Dauphin rnad b?r Wil liamsport.Elnura. Rochester. Bulfaio, Niagara Falls and Canada, thus forming the most direet railwav route to North western P ima and Westers NaVVork. P..s?ciuois will find this the atiortest, cheapest and most expcdious route to N 'igara Falls and Canada. Through tickets are issued to Pht.adelphia via Columbia and Lam-uater. by all t^e trains, at each, each train havm- sure eo>inectioiis. Passen gers l.j tli.d route avoid trestled bi idi-es arid ail the inconvenience of ferry across li.o Susquehanna river. Passengers for Hanover. Manchester. Ge*tysbnr< Emiinttsburg. Carlisle and Chi.nit?eisl'urg go by the 1 tniln* at 8.1 *? A.M. and ? P. M. Passengers for BEDFOR D SPRINGS leave in trains at 8 IS A.M. or 10 |\M..CoMie<-ting with trains over the Pennsylvania Railrr.a.t t,> lluntinrdon. an4 bj Brtind Top li'iilro'id to Hopewell?thence l.y .*? r/u?< ranrhrs to Bedford, over a road un?m passed b> an* in tue country. Fare *ii'si. Passeinrers b?r YORK SPRINGS, I EPHRATA CALEDONIA - WARM ut M It i.l NG (i A ?' ?? and PAPERTOW N, leave by tram? at ti.iS A. M.. .1 P. M. or lo P. M. WESTMINSTER IIKAM'H. The (^r? on this iu:ikt* IHit one tni* por utf ? connecting with the 3 p. fcf. tram. ... , For THROI'tJH TICKETS and further infor mationappl\ at the Ticket ??!!)?*??, ? al\ert Station* N. K.coruer of Calvert and Frank Im strocta, Balti '"Vlankable Fundi ??ily received for Fare. jy M 1VOTICE-NOTICE.?I have a few of those cheas 1^1 TOILET SETS on liand. which 1 wibh%pBT\ to close out. and vril! sell at c<^s?. AIm.JlK/ Gt?BI.K1*S and other C I.ASS WAR E, tuat^^^p must t>e sold preparatory to a change in my business. Ali that want to buy cheap, r.leaae rssll at Mu. Iietween Mil ruid luth stieets. Penn avenue, eb 17 <??? JOHN Melll VITT. ?Q GOOD SKCONU-HANU I I \ \ O H l \ I *? store, lor Mile or rent upon reaaonalit* te?me. at our great Piano Warerooms. ??., li?ti?eriiMi4 and loth streets. jy U JOIINF. FLI.IS I^IIE LARGEST STOCK UP PI Wo Ml Ualeons, Music, Musical liistruinents. ai..t ,\lu sica! Merchandise in general in Wash nrton < ?ty, is at JOHN F. ELLIN'S. ?e lit V11 IS, lie!. ??rti nri.1 I l? *t?. SEIHiF.WICK t?N STATCTORY AND CON STITUTION Al. LA W . I vo.'-.sro.. lust pub lished. <jy 111 FRAN?'K TA^ l.tiw. "".Mi ?STiSJuKjoBua * co.