Newspaper of Evening Star, July 30, 1857, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated July 30, 1857 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. MOSQUITO SO!fO. Iii * inmmtr'i night I taks m> flight. To wlier* thfl irvu?lena repoas ; And white tl.ej are ?luiiilx?riuk aweet aud souud, I late them on the n?? : Ti?e warm red hlood tha* tints their cheeka. To me ta preciona dear. For 'tis my delight to buzz and bite, In the season of the year. On the chamber wall about I crawl, Till the landlord ?oes to bed ; Then my bugle I blow, and down 1 go. To light upon his head. Oh. 1 love to see the fellow slap. And I laugh to hear him swei n T?? ?? ? ?????? . wear i For tig rajr delight to buzi and bite. In tne season of the year. AN EXPLOSION. B\ A WESTIR7I FOKT. The engine groaned. The wheels did creak. The steam did wluatle, Aud the boiler did leak. The boiler waa examined? They found it was rusred? \V hen n i! ou a s add en The old thing Lustdd. A WaSHIMOTOM 4,M D.,: CATGUT BT SHARP ktt*.?A Dr. of Washington, a gentleman wbo cupposed himself posted in all sorts of sharp practice, wiu sitting, a duy or two since, reading the paper at his hotel, in this city, when a well dresseu and good looking stranger, who had also Mt reading a paper near him for an hour, Cn ishel his iiewg-huuting, dropped the paper, Iawned and stretched hiuirfelt and threw up ia arms, and straightened out his legs, nnd said to the Doetor. by way of an introduction. " we have some very hot day* now " Our friend Sawboneslookedover his glares'. and surveying the gentlemanly stranger as one would a bank bill never l>eforeseen, mentally pronounced him "all right,' aud replied, ?? wo hud. indeed; but after all, not quite so warm as in Washington, where he made it hu*home." Thegentlemanly stranger stated he ' wa* from the South ai*?, and was happy to meet a southerner;'' he '' was here purchasing goods.' he "hail keen very busy?no time even to look about the city '*? but his maxim ever wa* " business first, pleasure afterwards Our frienJ, the Washington M. D., was delighted to find so pleasant a compan ion, and was persuaded to walk up town with his new friend,.who had a little bill to .settle of wrenty dollars, the closing up of his purchases. Oar M. D. took the \>alk?and they sauntered up Broadway?but hi* polite new acquaintance hardly knew anything of the lions of the city he bad been so busy ho could not find theni out Presently they arrived somewhere near No. 460?it was about here he owed his bill? but a Btranger get* so confused in this noisy city ! As our M D. and his friend were break ing tbelr necks in looking up to read the signs, a gentleman bobbed out of oue of the stores with his bat off. "Ah. my dear sir,'' said the friend of our M.D.. "I was trying to find your place?I will settle that little affair.*' lie pulled out four twenties and handed the new comer. This last genius could not make the change; the friend of our M.D. was perplexed; he turued his pockets inside out. but had noth ing but the four twenties?he owed just seventy. Our M.D. was appealed to to change a twenty ; he had not change enough. Could he lend f.is business friend ten till they got back to the hotel, and he might take "the twenty in the meantime* Our M.D. could not be so small as to take the twenty, but he lent the ten. The bill was Laid; they walked back, discussing New \ork and ita wonders, and on their ar rival our southern merchant asked the Dr. to just look at the evening paner while he stepped to the office to get the twenty changed. Uur M.D. was seen reading the evening paper sev eral hours after that, but the southern merchant had not brought that change " M.D." was the next day a wiser but a poorer man.?JV. Y. Day Book. Bnaatji? axd Sirtoiso.?Little or no attention pa'd to the tone In which children speak ; con sequently they too often contract bad habit*of in tonation from the earliest age; and. as they jjrow ?P. what to mere habituaf tone is mistaken for their natural rolce. From this inattention to in tonation In early year* proceeds much difficulty lu the voice for singing; and It is not unfr.quently the cause of d-.aea*** of the throat and chest, it is but a part of this evil system that a in<*t inju rious habit nrevaii* among the young ladies >>t th?* present day. of speaking !xt ahiihdued niutfl d tone, or what ml^ht be called a Mmi-C?I?etU>. in eon sequence of which very few natural voices are heard jt must be understood 1 -peak more par. ticularlyof Kuglish ladies, as foreigners generallv ?peak in the natural tone of their voice I have uo hesitation In saying that hundreds of vo.ma ladies bring upon themselves serious che*t'atrcc t ions from a bad habit of speaking and gmoru Ferrari. m ?* ITT* The New ^ urk Journal of Commerce of Monday- says, ?>th?- week opens with an active de mand for money.*' This is strange news ! CD" Three preacher*. Rev*. John McFee. J. Richardson and J. Ml. M I.ean, have been mobbed and abu?ed at the town of Cuuuiiings, Ky. They were, of course, not ' preaching tbe gospel,'' or th" outrage would not have been perpetrated. I 1*-^" 'ju" David \\ iimot, of Pennsylvania. lias . Vs.ro?t,tiun President Judge of tbe oraoiord Judnial District, in vi??\c of the ifaber. natorial canvass in which he is now eituand Governor Polloek will appoint bis s ico ssor who will hold ottlce uutil the election of I'js. ' UJ" Win. Baliaid Pivxton will take the Atlantic, which sails for Europe on S.Ttur y? . A?ler at Liverpool, he will pro e** d to London, and laenct? tu tti? Continent in pnrsuauce of the object of bis mission Mr ' p Koesout well equipped, and thoroughly furnished with an array ?,i evidence that cannot fail to sc. cure the attention of Kuro|?-aii capitalists and commercial men to the importance of a direct trade with the South. nJ1!?")" Docto* ?During tbe last illness of ?... i .ct i'ra,t"a h m"h phvsieian, he ? demium, on recovering from Which he frit his own pulse, mistaking himself for one of his patient*. ?\\hy was i not called inWore*'" said the Doctor. i. foo iate . ,he ^tlll,II1<ul , Jr| answered In the neintlve ,4? Tm ,tt man," answered Chirac - ^iriir liv,",,x i,our'i a"a ^ pmSrZi AKK1VALS A T THE HOTELS BROWNS' HOTEL _U O Hodve? \M r n Hlliery. PA: G Page. Cal; J T jSSn' \ V* s indyisr ".BrTan Miss; j R Fltihuvi,; L Tow ? ??ownsend. do. T C Weather by, do; Mis* Weatherby, do; J T Smith. Tenn; Mi*? }? aiiiiy Smith, do Mrs E P Yandyuk. do; XVm Martin. NY; Miss M R Caron. Md; Thos ti Rnssell, Mo; D Thompson, Ala; \V O liannon do; W W Buckley, do; Dr Calvert, Md; Win T Browning; W * Hubb^H. N Y; T Sliuuis, La; L W Brodhead. Pa: W \V Nichols aud lady, tia; R Yoor.g and w'fe, pa; Aliss C Pile, do; 1. My ers, NY, A M Robinson. Mo; T II Kent. Md; E fitst, O; Mrs W Lucas, child and r:u ?e. do; II 11 0'i>ell. Md. W > Ih-all. do; T Cromwell, do; 1> A perk, ct: N l> Wilkinson. Md; t) li Rice, Va; I Temple man. La; J S F^sley, Va; A Y M'-n oe, Tex; DM Coleman, do; M Artengoand lady, Havana : A Arten^o. do: K M Carnalego, do H A Malt by. T-j; l)r A Graham, Va; F VV Me*le, Minn; (I J Betts, NY. WASHINGTON IIOLtiK?Wm D Stabler.Va; A Gale. NY; John D Tveop, Me; P M Hastings, J do M Hammer. ?ia; II I) Potter. Ill; I) F, Haven, Ohio. I- Baden. NY; V L Freezer. s?C; T J Mar tin, Va; J Fitzhenry. Ala; Jos D Hancock, Min Ter; Wm Jaden. Canada; J W McGee. Va; Pink We?i. Bait; W Norris, Doston; A P M' Crabbe, NO; C Berret, Phila. WII.LARDS' HOTKI W M Armstrong, rfN; J M Wilfonj;. Pj It Rlva*. fy, Va; Miss Winelyrt.do; J I) Wood, La; C \Vo?>d. do; Mrs H H W?HMls.n, do; TP Jacob. Kv; W F Talcott. I?a; C Von Ke|;^r, NY; II It Stone, ly, Iowa; R t'ornellus. Pa, W C Baker, do; Maj W W Chap man, !y, I ?*A; O Earle. ; Thos Sharp, (ia; J MtGarvan. Va; Floyd B.ijev? ly, NY; M Mac men. Pa: Fdmund Bowly, N\ ; KIHK WOOD HOI'SK.?G W Harding. Aik; J W S. halpt La; W R Heiskell,Va; Miss Mltrh ell; L) Wratf, Hng; A K McGlynn, NY; 11 Tur ner, do; i. \V T:ii>iiian, Md; Jndife Stump, Va; ? C Aleador. do; li Maii*e|l, NY; M D Newman. Va; W ?'oat*-*. Mass; J Cutts. Md; MOT EM K ATS Or OCEAN STEAMEKS. Faox the Unitbd Stat as. Suamtrt. Ltaxt. For. Daft. Anierh-a Bo?.*on Liverpool... July 2V Atlantic New York..Liverpool...Aug. I Haniinonia New York..Hamburg ...Aug. 1 A*ia New \ o:k. .l.ivei(K>vl... Aug 5 Glasgow .......New York..G)^?^ow ....Ang 5 Kangaroo....... New N ork..LWerj>ool... Aug. ti Knropa Boston...... l.Werp.jol... Aug.l'i Baltic York..Liverpool...Aug 15 New York New York..Glasgow Aug.? Fulton New York..Havre Au^ ? Fbo* Kcsom. Ka<?garoo Liverpool...New York..July 15 Fiiioua Liveipool... Boston July 1* Krl?Vson Liverpool...New York..July'*i New York Glasgow New York..July rK Persia ....Liverpool...New York..July '25 Pulton Havre New York.. July City Baltimore..Liverpool...New York. July#' Boru?*!a Hamburg...New York..Ang. 1 Columbia.......Liverpool...New York..Aug. 5 Kdinburg....... Glasgow. ...New Vork..Aog ^ City Wash ton. .Liverpool.. New Yotk..Aug r2 Art'ijo Havre New York..Aug *5 The California Mall Steamers leave New York OA U* Mk and *Hh of each month. Miscellaneous. tyfV&ifoATNT** >i'VO GLAZIER, ?> ill thankfully receive and promptly and neatly ex ecute any orders in Ins line with which his frieuds and tue Public may favor lum. Orders can l>e left at No. <84, ooruer 6tli and C sts., oral Rideimur'a Con fectionery Store. No. .'JiM Pennsylvania avenue (north side) iiet ween 9th and loth streets. Tboie who may intrust work to him may rely on its being executed with neatness and dispatch, and at the lowest rates. je 2ft-2m Humphries* junmman, On Fourth street east, between E and F, Capitol Hill, hare fitted up their place, which will he open daily to visitors, and every .Mondav afternoon For those who wish to engage in the English Quadrilles or German Waltzes, will find an opportunity to do so there. \Vel>er's Band has Iwen engaged for the sea son, and will be in attei.danoe. They have on hand and constantly makin? the purest forger to be obtained in the citv. je l?-.1in JVTOTICE.-C. K. L. CROWN k CO. are re datJ-J 8?,mtf ?S ,he h,1?8t Fl-RM-fil Tl KK ever oflored in this market, which we invite the attention of those in want, aiweM assure them they can save at least Hi per oent. If I Namely? * Handsome carved marble-top IFureaus and Tablet Rosewood and walnut Tete-a-Tetes, Sofas U ardrobes. Chairs of ail kinds. Cherry and poplar Tables. ?".rn f?P' and husk; Comforts, Blankets,.Bedsteads, hi?n and low post. Hooking Chairs, cane and wood-seats. Cushions for Chairs. Settees. Clocks of all kind*, hitpimuin I altles, Sulebcard*. What-not. Ulassee of all kinds, some extra line Carpeta, Cottage Seta, K ugs. Waiters. G.ass \\ are. Crockery Ware of all kinds. Feather and Fancy Goods of all kinds. A nU other(roods too numerous to mention to which we invite the attention of house keepers find others, as we are determined to sell for caan or to punctual oustomers. C. R. I..CROWN ft CO., p w v. 1.??r,\of 6til 8tre<*' &nd I'enn. ave. "? ? shall still continue our regular sales on I uesdny, I iiursday, find S,'iturJ^y,hotn morning and evening, lu front ot our store. Consignments soli cited, and in all cases advances made when required. ? ? . C.R. I,. C. A CO., ap K-tf (Intel) Auctioneers. .|NTE RESTING TO F AMI I,IKS. The following extract from a New York piper cannot fail to !*? interesting. In referring the receipts ol Teas in tlu country for onrn_,!W year up to:>'th ultimo, it says they will lie 12. L? WP (Hymn pounds short of tho imports of the year end in* June 3U, Itttt.and that * kUC, k1" I''?'! teas. Oolongs, since last IHHMiiiber, has been lifteen cenls per pound; and \ oung Hvj-oii lY-as, of low and medium gradus, ^,v.e ?per,?nce,| an advance of one hundred per cent. o\ er last season s closing prices. ,M'U? ,,tf ,"1tfn "mt ,,lc strong and rapid ndtaneem the tea market hasten the result of o Hf'ilTi 8i".fIP .T n no,l1vw demand ; hut when it is con sidered that u ' it-it hear at any moment ol the eu ri'Jt shipments at Shanghai. and. in tact, that, as soon as a suthciont force from England arrives at the seat of war, all Lve ports of entryil! China, will probably l? placed under strict blockade, it would not be surprising to see Teas at a much higher figure than they have yet attained." i ^ icm of these ftcts, wo hold out very great in ducement* for families to lay m their supplies of JE.r??- ro ? vKIN,J*? hchi-rr.i;. ' lell-tf Corner \ ermont nve.aml 15th street. j\KW GROCERY, WINK, AND 'i<i? ? , . liquor store. I lie subscriber l egs to inform l:i? friends and the l?e has opened a NEW STOR K^orne? tl.ii ? ? Hnd ''ou""an* avenue, where he in tends to keep constantly on hand a largo and varied nr\\u$ Star,d I^'mestic WINKS. 1,1 Ql ORS, CIGARS, and FINK GROCERIES Fl??*?*", Coffee, Flour, Soap! Vl'arrHft v'l1'1"' s*r,*ne?. Anchovies. Otard. Rrn.fiM ^ C< " 1 "I0* * ,Co-< R"?i Col. Clial.ar.rs Brandies in cases, demuolms, and casks. Old Ja maica Rum, Sherries, .Madeira. Port of various de ecnpt.ons, St. Jnlien Claret, cf.atoaux Margauxin ?VS^S, Champagne Cider, Brandy Fruits, Re>nold's Abivmhei-11?' An!"8ettP.' Maraschino, Curacoa. ,'"1 va"cd Bmir,': Fever *??? me fl?e sf,"Jlr<hS^^CUlarll,nr,ted,to 0,11 R;id 1^, 'V *V:ck 'wfore purchasing elsewhere. Mem wi" tl ^?ngrcss are also informed that their erders wii. l)? promptly attended to and delivered at their residences at the shortest nonce. A general assortment <>? fine Havana Clears im gorted direct by the subsonber.at wholesale and re produce t^en i^^'ange0 rda80r-,hle terms' and r'ZZZ,* hiskey, constantly on hand, of 1840. Country^rders punctually attended to, and couri ment e deaoriP^"',s received on consign JONAS P. LKVY, J ^ No. 55* Twelfth street. CH'RTNG AND SUMMER GOODS.?JOHN H. C h?'>OT, ?* r'9 "treet, Gcorget. wu, D. and no?e0oH from New York and Philiulelpfna. aim now otienng nt very low prioes, to cngi* aiiJ ap')H '?-rr* B;:d KeneraJ assortment <>/ follows? viz: A Goom?comprising in part as New style Silk Robes and Taney Silks Best make bisck Silks, high Justred ij nek (. na..ie?. Lustres nnd Shu.s Ueiaireg Rich printed man w<m>! ? M. us Delaines H??'1"/!8 a:ii'Rarege Delames. in erent variety i ? ' BJlrelfe.-l*i'd Jaconet Robes hifiies * a Ul pla,n KareKesand De Piam French Brilliants and Percales iain oolors Cravel'as and Spring-style Poplins uuoais, a light seasonable fabric a?hitlunn P.n,'f,ed Ji?"net?and Briilianta ij 1 Brilliants, from 12^ to 31^ cents mages new styles <iinghams raj,Kaild P'H,ri I.ustres l!^4 certs ? ew 8ty'e?. "? ureat variety, at Rich Chintz oolors l>est French Organd.es \\ MITK Ooops. in ereat variety. Eli!1} ^Wi,sV and Jaconet Musiina Plaid and striped Muslirs Small-figured and rich Brocade Swiss Muslins ?ft*?stnped Jaoone', Nansook and Sw!as ,W^t,eTarleto?!' Illusions, ard Wash Nots l InM e ?>"' t"? beBt very cheap Ijinm Lam nct Lifich and Untlion 1 .nwrim buper English Lr.rig Cloths, suitable for Ladies' DBO NSh.r\mgks Uat6B- other good make. vvll'.l? V?a,",brios (r,f J?M?'s eelel.rated make) NV bite Brilliants and striped India Dimity Marseilles for Basques and Bonnet Card siurt Bosoms and ??hirt Collars. .. Embboidkuks. ' ranch worked Muslin Collars and Seta Swiss Cambric Coliarsnnd Sets Swiss and I^aee Sleeves and ?*ef^ Honiton and Maltese I.Mie t.'I.iiars Swiss Cambric and Dimity Bauds Embroidered I.men Cambric IMkfs. Aiso. new st> ies I.ace .ind Silk Mai tillsa Stella and White Crape Shawls I lain and rich figured Bonnet and Sash Ril.bons Hkirtana*' Noa^:'tA"' other Skeleton Kld Gloves r Ii'i * 1 !???and I.isle thread do. chddren' ' ?Very kind f"r Ia<J,e" "nd Gents t.est English Half hose, ribbed and plain do F.is.e thread and fancy ootton do A good assortment. I s,lk Cravats and Ties Suspenders, Silk and Linen r'ambric lldkfs ^e"wn,tny<i;Wri:r,,.rlhrmU s",ft"a,,,i Also, Gentlemen and Boys' woarofeyery deserio &s eVer> Vafietj' 01 l|,,u"e'?'"rnishinf l)r, make?.6"1'0 (;0<xJ, for Ben'ar,t3 weftr of the heaviest atWSS relT Up?n *ettw* deKlra,':? *<*?<*? ap8 tr JOHN II. SMOOT. C^IIINA, GLASS AND O UK K NSW A R E^ . , , R-H. Ml LLER, SON & CO importers direct from Liverpool to Ale#can- ?ssri dria, beg .eave to call the attention of dealers, JOO hote>-keepers, and others of Washington and C3r Georgetown, to their stocks of O O O D S *W which, lor eztent and variety, will oomnare fivnTS.I. with any establishment in t?e llasSciK. ' The connexion of their senior partner with the manufacturers of Kuropn and tho T nitod States f?r upwards of thirty y?>ars, has given hun ad vantages 111 the porebase of goods equal, if not iuE??r. tou Am 'n?P?ctl?n of goods and prices will satisfy ad parties that purohases can l>e made of them upon the most favo.able terms. ' lr??? Plnner -Jets, gilt and dC04,rated -;ks te And Dinner V. are, separate from sets India Cnma^Duiner Sots, and separate articles alwaya White Orauite \\ are in every variety in r ?t? ?n.i Blue 'he^iS? e?.iPmou,Kd^cd; White a^d Rocsmgham Ware, m Kreti*?!9 C!a,n-and Moulded (iiaas Ware from t^?6 estahiishineiita in tho Kaistern /trui \v?n.?e _ wb.ch ..11 u tT Experienced packers employed. Goods nut h> h. us can be traiisp<krted by any m<?le without Preakare I- are (,? the aFearnls.nts from \\>Ht,1n^on u, A^x anuria, ajuiost hourly, 12>? cents eaon way. A uuar deo ! 0"ar thus s*ul imi, aiVe uuin? dollars Rcfi^MA^^W 5 9^ *rtw "SIS? ^ "treel.temor^Md!"1 ^ Alexandria, Va. K> "* ?ON 4 pDWIN UREEN, 1 A. avenue, between 17th and lxth streets, has al-flX ^Iwe"#1^rices'8wlllcfc h? at tl'ie execeted"1*' phol*tenn?'4,111 Varnishing promptly Mahogany suitable for Hand-rail for sale. . I? '3 2w (Intel Is ml Union. I (CLIMATOLOGY THE UNITED STATES, yv and of the temperate latitudes of the North theT-'SViV .?"'1 * ?"'hrac"ijf full oompansou of tudM ^ Climatology of the temperate lati to \cr?r.,i;Urop^R,Kl Abi?' ^ln,, e*P?C!ally in regard neermi. ?,?i i' s",r"tni> Investigations, and Jpfngi season the Mf*" l,'r,,,a! "."d R?UI Cliarts for each rin IJ'oileer i i. ?"?! the year. By Lo uies ; $ * volume many Maps and Engrav ? PRANCK TAYLOR. I* 7/av Rmu^'cok)Ji.? ^';r~* ^"lv" fresh stock of Ssrs Insurance, &c. RoM THE PERILS OF THE SEd.AND INLAND TRANSPORTATION. FARMERS AND MECHANICS* INSURANCE COMPANY, OF PHILADELPHIA. Fin, Marine, and Island Inscranci. Authorized Capital ?. $1,250,000!!! OrricB, Nokthwmt cobnrb or Pknnstltania A^'K.N'CK AND 17th Strkkt, Washington. DIRECTORS. Hon. Tho?. B. Florence, Chnrles Dmgee, George H. Armstrong, Thomas Manderfield, Charies A. Rubicam, Edwa6d H. Helm bold, George Helinbold, P. Carroll Brewster, James K. Neall, Isaac Leech. Jr. THOMAS B. FLORENCE, President. EDWARD R. HELM BOLD, Secretary. LOCAL SURVEYORS. Charles Walter, No. 397 D street, opposite City Hail. John M. Thornton, oorner 1st street and Virginia avenue. Island. James Williams. No. 22 4X street. John Riggles, No. 5<>l lJth street, below Pennsyl varna avenue. MARINE SURVEYOR. Captain J. P. Lev,, No. 3b7 Pennsylvaniaavenue, opposite National Hotel. , GENERAL SUPF.RINTFNDENT. John Thoinasou. Authorized Capital and Assets $1,473,0f.7 07 A lifts ~ ... _ ?. !f 123.067 07 Invested in Bonds, Mortgage*, am' Good Securities. The/ollowing statement exhibits the business and condition of the Company to November I, 1k56: Premium received on inirine and inland risks to No vember 1, IHjG. . $214,684 CO Fire pivri11iiin....... .. ..... I7?;.7S6 61 Interest on loan.?...? ..... 8,704 47 Total receipts ...?.... $4?w,l95 Paid marine losses ..S't>4,4?7 <>4 Paid tire losses .. 3W Kxpenses, salaries,and commis sions - 4.r>,4S9 00 Reinsurance, return premiums, and agency charges...... 27,474 03 5177,129 61 Balance remaining with the Company..<223,ftS7 ? Th' Assets of the Company are as follows : Philadelphia city and county bonds #lt>,:.43 18 Railroad lioiids..... 11,01*1 00 First mortgages, real estate . 1 11,5"" f?? Stocks, collaterals. on will &i,4tn On Girard and consolidation l>ank atook 5,1^6 0" Deposited with Duncan, Sherman Sc. Co., New \ork.... 30,000 oy Dulerred payine.it on stock not yet due.... OT,7toW Notes lor marme premiums .r*? Due from agents, secured by Uuids 35,376 18 Premiums on policies recently issued, :uul debts due the company.... 2G.470 38 Balance in bank ?? ~ ??.. 16,4^6 74 5 T23.057 07 The bnsiness of this Company wi!! oompare favor ably with the most mccohbfu! similar institutions in the United States. From the 1st day of August, 1855. in fifteen months, up to the 1st day of November, 1*%, the premiums and interest received amounted to the large sum ol four hundred thwusand one hundred and eighty-live dollars nnd sixty-eight cents, with the payment of losses aiid expanses of one hundred and seventy seven thousand one hundred and twenty-eight dol lars nnd sixty- wne cents. With Miese evidences of success and good man agement, the Directors feel ju?tified 111 solicitiaga share of publio patronage, believing that the security offered 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 tiy fire on UWEI.LINUS. FURNITURE, MILLS. MAN UFA('TORIKS. WA REHOUSES, All descriptions of BUIJ.DlNGSand their contents; or all kinds of MKRCIIANDISK, transported fcy Vessels,Steamboats, Canal Boats, Railroads. and the usual conveyances to or from any portion of EUROPE AND AMERICA. and on the hulls of STEAMBOATS navigating the Western Waters. The rates of premium will be as low as other com panies, and in fixing them every improvement in construction and arrangement will tie taken into con sideration. All losses speedily adjusted and promptly paid. Office, northwest corner Pennsylvania avenue and 17th street, Washington City, D. C. Insurant may also be tff'cltd at the Home Office, northwest corner Walnut and Stcond streets, Philadelph ta. And in oiher principal cities of the United States by authorized officers of the Company. ap 3 W ASHINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY. CHARTERED B 1 CONGRESS. Capital ? g200,000!!! This Cornpanr is now prepared to receive applica tions for INSURANCE ON BUILDINGS. MKR CHAN DISK, 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. Director*. Win. F.Bayly, Samuel Bacon, Rybert Farnhain, James F. Haliday, W m. Orme, Hudsoii Taylor, Francis Mohun, M. W. Gait. Benj. Boall. JAMES C. McOUIRE, President. Grafton D. Hanson, Secretary. ap ll-ly B AN KING HOUSE OF CHUBB BROTH KRS. Deposits.?Deposits received and Checks paid Without charge. Drafts on the northorn seai*?ard ci'ies received on Deposit at par, and Exchange on said Cities furnished to depositors without charge. Intkrkston Deposits.?Interest will bo allowed on Deposits at auch rates as may be agreed upon. DkPOSITS IJi VlHGlNIA AMU I Nll'RKHNT MoNIT. Deposiis 111 Virginia and otlivr ( ncurreut Money re ceived to be checked for, payable in same f unds, or in sp.'Cie, we ciuir^iiiic the regular Kxchange. Discounts.?Notes. Drafts,ai dBilisof Kxchange will t>edisuoiinted,arid Loans nuideon Stocks, Bonds, and Securities, at the market rate. Lkttkks of Chkdit.? Letters of Credit will tie furnished, negotiabJe in the different Cities of the United States, on Deposit (if Money or Collaterals, and interest allowed if Money is deposited, ai*l clrirged if Col laterals, on such terms as may be agreed upon. Traveling Bills of KxrnANOE.?Travolerswill be furnished with drafts in such sums as may be de sired negotiable in ttie different Cities of the Union. Bills All LkttkbsorC* Euro a Knuland, Iuk Lanii and Europe.?Bills of Kxchange and Letters of Credit on Kngland, Ireland and Kurope,furnished at the market rate for Kxchange, in sums to suit. Boni>s, Stocks, Ac.? Honda, Stocks, and Securi ties pay nig from 6 to 12jpr. cent., always for sale, or bought in the different Cities at a cominfesion of a !? pr. cent. Where Stocks are bought upon orders, we reserve the right to call for a deposit of 1<? pr. oent on the cost. Bonds or Stocks will be ordaiial by tele rd^jjl I irff-R? graph. Raii roaT), Citt, and Statk Bont-JP? Railroad, City, and State Bonds can be placed in our hands for negotiation, either in this country or Europe. Rail road Iron purchased hir cash or with B<>uds. Land Wakrants.?I Jiud Warrants nought at the market rates. All Warrants sold by us are guaran teed in every respect. 1 And 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 commission to responsible parties. Rkai. Fptatr and Insttbancks. ? Real Estate bought and bold, and Insurances effected. Claims on Unitkd Status, Cofkt or Claims, Con(.kk*s.?Claims on the United States, before the Court of Claims or Congress, intrusted to us, Will be prosecuted by prompt and al.lo attorneys. CHUBB BROTHERS, jan 27 Opposite the Treasury. JNTEREST ALLOWED <7n DKPOSITKS". MONEY to LOAN on'sTOCK SECURITIES CHUBB BROTHKRS, BANKERS, Oppostte the Trtasuiy. THE HOUSE OF CHUBB BROTIIKRS, Washington, is composed of CHAS. St. J. CHUBB, JOHN D. BARROW, HENRY HOLMES. THE HOUSE OF CHUVli BROTHER, BARROW A CO., Davknport, Iowa, if oomposed of CHAS. St. J. CHUBB. ALKX'R H. BARHOVV, Jan 27?tf WM. H. DOUG A L. [ OM fTmadk CA RRIA GKS. -J We hare on hand, of our own manufacture, a fine assortment of all kinds of CARRI AGKSof the vary t>est, latest, and most approved styles,and warranted in point ol VhoikmanshiP and material, to l>e equal to any made in the city of Washington or any other city in the United Status. We respectfully solicit a call from the citizens and strangers to examine our work ; as we are determined to let none surpass us either in quality of work or in low prices. Weal ?<> do eveiy kind ol R KPAIRING in a work mauli ke manner, and at reasonable puces. Old Carriage* takcu in part payment for new and at a fair price. SIMON FLYNN A CO. may 12 6m pknnsyLvanTa avknukT near corner of 13lA Strut. H' 236 B. H. STINKMKTZ having made arrangements with a Company of Hatters to bo fur nished with the most popular styles of MOLKSKIN AND BEAVER H ATS, will hereafter make a dis count or 12* per oent upon the aotual market price, making tneflat sold for 84 (and not unfrequently for $^)for le low pnoe of .?3^vi. a slieht varia tion in quality #3. and for ^2-Sna su perior quality for the money. To make this system etfectual, he will keep no books, but sell exclusive ly for Cash on Drlivkrt, which cannot fail being advantageous to the purchaser, thereby enabling him to buy for cash and sell at a small profit, meetiug with no losses by Imd debts. New Styles FELT HATS, CA PS, and STRAW GOODS, for Men, Boys, Misseaand Infants'wear. Persons are invited to call and examine our stock. Call at 236 Pennsylvania Avenue, near oorner of 13th Street. ap 11-tf ^HILLINGTON HAS RECEIVED PUT n nam s Magazine for July. Graham's Magazine for July. kadies' National Magazine for July. allou's Dollar Monthly for July. New York Journal for July. The great Pictorial Brother Jonathaa for the 4th of July, full of illustrations. All the Newspapers. Magazines, and everything in the Stationery line kept constantly on hand, and for s&ie&t jos. shillington's, Bookstore, Odeon BuXding, j? 17 oorner 4X otreot and Penn. avenue. Medicines. Thf wkatwt medical discovery OF THE AGE. Mr. K*.ti?DT. of Roxburv, ha? discovered in one of our common pasture wcods a remedy tuat cure* EVKKY KIND Of UCXOlt from The worst Scrofula, doirn to a common pimplt. He has tried it in over eleven hundred oaaes, and never failed exoept in two oases, both Thunder Hu mor He has now in hia possession over one hundred oertifioatM of ita value.all within twenty mile* of Boatoo. , .. _ Two bottle* are warranted .to cure a nursing Sore ^Oneto three bottles will oure the wont kind of Pimples on the Face. Two or three bottlea will clear the ayatem of Biles. Two bottles are warranted to cure the worat Canker in the Mouth and Stomach. Three to five bottles are warranted to cure the worst kind of Erysipelas. ... ? One or two bottlea are warranted to cure all Hu mor in the Kyea. _ . , Two bottles are warranted to cure Running of the Ears and Blotches among the Hair. Four to aix bottles are warranted to cure oorrupt and running Ulcers. _ One bottle will cure Scaly Eruptions of the Skin. Two or three liottles are warranted to cure the worst kind of Ringworm. Two or three bottlea are warranted to cure the most most desperate case of Kheumatism. Three to four bottlea are warranted to oure Salt

^"e to eight bottlea will cure the worat case of A benefit is always experienced from the first bot tle, and a perfect cure is warranted when the alwve quantity is taken. - . . Nothing looks so improbable to those who have in vain tried atl the wonderful medicines ol the day, as that a common weed growing on the pastures, and along old stonewalls, should cure every humormthe system ; yet it is a hxed fact. If you pave a humor, it lias to start. There are no 1 FS nor AN DS, hums nor ha's aUiut it suiting aome oa.s?j?, buttnot yours. I peddled over a thousand l??ttleaofit in the vicinity of Boston. I know the effects of it iu every c?t*e. It l,as already done some of tl?o greatest cures ever tli*ne in Massachusetts. I gnvtJ it t*? cfuluron r > ear Old, to Old pcoptc of sixty. I have seen poor, puny, wormy looking children, whom; ttetih wns hoii ana tfabby, restored to & petfoct 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 lieen c??stive for years, and have been regiiiate<1 t?y it. Where the body is sound it works quite easy, Itut where there is any derangement of the functions ofuature.it will onuse very singular feelings, but you must not t?e alarmed; they always disappear in Jr..in four days to a week. '1 hero is never a l>ad re sult from it; on the contrary, when that feeling ia gone, you will feel yourself like a new person. I heard some of the most extravagant encomiums or it that ever man listened to. u In inv own pia<-tioe I always kept it strictly for hu mors?but since its introduction as a general family medicine, great and wonderful virtues have been found in it that I never suspected. Several eases of epileptic fits?a disease which wsa alway s considered incurable, have be**n cured by a few tiottles. O, what a merer if it will prove effec tual mall cases of that awful malady?there are but lew who have seen more of it than I have. I know of several oases of Dropsy. a!ly>f them aged reopie cured Ijr it. For tlio various diseases of the .iver. Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Fever and Ague. I'ain in the Side, Diseases of the Spine, and particularly in Diseases of the Kidneys, A c., the discovery has done inore good than any medicine ever known. No chanzo of diet ever necessary?eat the beat you can get anu enough of it. directions for use.?Adults one table-spoonful per day?children over ten years dessert-spoonful? children from five to eight years, tea-spoonful. As no directions oan be applicable to all constitutions, lake sufficient to operate on the U>wela twice o day. MANUFACTURED BY DONALD KENNEDY. A'o. 1?> Warren Street, lloxbury, Massachusetts. Agents for Washington.?Chae. Stott & Co., 7. Gilman. Kidwcll A Lawrence, J. B. liardner, Burry A Co., D. Walsh & Co., F. S. Walsh. J. P. Stone, Martin King, Nairn A Palmer, Schwartz A Co.. O Boswell, Daniel B. Clark, J. P. Milburn, Duntiar Dyson, Ford & Bro. Agents for t?eorgetown.?R. 8. Cissell, O M Lentham, J. L. Kid veil. niy5-ly PRIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE ON THE phtsiolog1cal VIEW OF MARRIAGE, By M. B. La CROIX. M. D., All?r.y, N. V. iO pages and 13* bi;e Plain and Colored Lithographs and Plates. ICTPRICE ONLY25CKNT3.-01 !z7"Stnt frte of postage to all parts of the Union. Dr. M. B. La Croix's Physiological View of Mar nage. A n?w and revised edition of iSopa^esnnd la1* platCB. Frica 25 cents a copy. A popular and comprehensive treatise on the duti?* and casualties of single and n-nrried life?happy and fruitful allian ces. ltii de of securing tliein?infelicitous ami infer tile ones?their ohviation aud removal?nervous de bility. its causes a.d cure, by h process at once so simple. safe, and effectual, that failure is impossible ? rules fordnly management?an essay on Sperma torrhoea. with practical observations on a safer and more successful mode of treatment?precautionary hints on the evil results from empirics' practice : to winch is added cornnien'aries on the diseases of fe males?from infancy to old mre?each case graphical ly illustrated by beautiful pietes. It'points out the remedies for those self-infiiotcd miseries and dispp pointad hopes so unfortunately prevalent in the young. It is a truthful adviser to ttie married, and those contemplating marriage. Its perusal is partic ularly recommended to persons entertaining secret doubts of their phy sica! condition, and who are con scious of having iiazarded the health, happiness and privileges to which every human being is entitled to. rriee 2-r> cents per copy, or fi ve copies for #1, mail ed free of postage to an* pnrt of the United Statea, by addressing Dr. LA CROIX, (post paid.) Albany, New York, enclosing 25 cents. N. B. 'I'nose who prefer may consult Doctor |LA CROIX.upon any of the diseases upon which his book treats, either personally or by mail. His medi cines often cura in the short space of six days, and completely and entirely eradicate all traces of those disorders wluch oopaiva and cubebs have so long l>een thought an antidote, to the ruin of the health of the patient. His " French Secret" is the great con tinental rained* for that el.iss of disorders whicn un fortunately , physicians treat with mercury, to the irretrievable destruction to the pntieut's constitu tion. and wluch all the sarsupanlla iu the world can not cure. ir?" Office No. 31 Maiden Lane, Albany, N. V, fel> 14?fy rpO ALL THAT VALUE THEIR SIGHT. JOHN TOBIAS, PRACTICAL optic]ay. wishes to call 'the attention of all thai^?* -3* sutler with defective Mglit, caused by age, sick nes.s, arid particularly lVom classes injudiciously se lected, to his superior t?PP.CTACLF.S and GI .ASS ES carefully uround by himself to a true sphorieal accuracy, and brilliant transparency, suited precise ly and beneficially to the wearer, according to the concavity or convexity 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 ' ears enables him to messure the focal disease or the eyes, and such glasses that are absolutely required will lie furnish ed with precision and satisfaction. JOHN TOBIAS acknowledges the very lilieral encouragement already obtained, and further solicits the patronage of those who have not yet availed themselves of his aid. Persons that cannot conveniently call, by sending the glasses in use, and stfite how many inches they can read this print with their speotacles, can t?e sup plied With such as will improve their sight. Innumerable testimonials to lie teen ; and referen ce# giv^n to many who have derived the greatest ease and comfort from his glasses. Circulars to l>e had gratis, at hia offioe, No. 512 Seventh street, three doors from Odd Fellows' Hall, upstaira. ?? Norfoi.k, September 7, 1354. Sir: The Spectacles you made for mesuit\ery well, and seem to have unproved iny sight more than any other 1 have lately tried. Ll'l'T. W.TAZEWELL. I have tried a pair of Spectaclea obtained from Mr. Tobias, and find them of great assistance to my sight, and corresponding with his description of the foods. 1 recommend him as a skilful opt,cian. HENRY A. WISE. Having been nduced by a friend to visit the estab lishment of Mr. Tobias for the purpose of trying his glasses, 1 was furnished by hnri with a pair slightly oolored blue, which have afforded me more r?iief and gratification than any I have ever tried. My sight, originally very zood, was injured by writ ing and reading at night, frequently to a very late hour; but with the aid of these gla?ses I can study almost as late <is ever, and that too without the pain I have previously suffered. JOHN WILSON, Late Commissioner Uea'l Land Omce. Pec. 11. 1855. have used Mr. Tobias's Spectacles for thre? or four months, ai.d take great pleasure in saying that 1 am much pleased with thern. I have been much benefited by them. GEO. P. fCARBURGH. May 5th, 1856. I was recommended to Mr. John Tobias aa a skil ful optician ; and as I have eyes of remai^'able pecu liarity. I whs gratified to find that Mr. Tobias seem ed to comprehend them by inspection and some slight measurement, and he has made ine a pair of Specta cles that suita me admirably. A. P. BL TLLR. July 11, 18.W. Wtl.5JI!*GTO?f. N. C., Jan. 17,1854. Mr. J.Tobiaa. Dear Sir: I am happy to say that the Spectacles whieh I obtained from you last'week are entirely satisfactory. From an inequality in the visual range of my eyes, I have heretofore found 5reat difficulty in getting glasses of the proper loc.il istance. It affords me pfeasureto state that,by the aid of your optometer, tins difficulty has been happi ly obviated, so that the glasses you furnished me are decidedly the l>est adapted to my eyes of any I have ever yet ns?d. Very respectfully, yours, R. B. DRANE, Rector of St. Jamea's Pariah. Department of Interior, May 8,1&5S. From natural defects and the unequal range of my eyea, I have l>een compelled to use glasses for seve ral years. I have tn?d different opticians without obtaining glasses perfeotly fitted to my eyes. Four months since Mr.Tobias inade two pairs especially for mo, which I have found to serve me perfectly. By the use of his optometer he is enabled to adapt glasses most minuteljr to the eye. 1 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, Aaa't Sec'y to sign Land Warrant*. P. S. OPERA (J LASSES of great variety.TEL ESCOPESand MICROSCOPES. WATCft MA KER GLASSES, and many other articles in this line at very low prices constantly ou hand. jy 18?1* CUBA HONEY. The subscrilter has lust reoeived. and for eale, ten tierces of chilled CUBA HONEY,at hia Gro cery and Provision Store, No. 564 12tit atreet and Louisiana avenue. je 18 tf JONAS P. LEVY. M- Y STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES being about the largeat in thia city at "?"Mtfis _? ~ r; .I, hub vjij m, mi* time, and having been purchased before the rise in Leather, can be sold at aliout 15 to 20 Kc?nt. less than gooda purchased at this ?. Call and examine for vourselvea, at ? *"?? 7 .O, r, ;i ? Traveler*' Directory. "p O R A P K MAY. Washisoto> Brasch RR-?philadelphia, Wii MinorojfAVD Baltimore Railroad. Tz q *? Passengers for this oelebrated 8I MMKR R E SOR'F Tin informed, that a daily line will be run (azoept Sunday > leaving Washington at 6 a. iu., and connecting at New Castle with the splendid steam er General McDonald on Tuesdays. Thursda>s, and Saturdays. and on all alternate day* with the elegant and "swift New York steamers running be tween Philadelphia and New York via Newaistle. Tickets ?5.50, including carnage hire on the Island. Children (under 12 years land Servants .^A". TH. II. PARSONS. Jy 17 4w (Jntel&Statei > ___ Agent _ WASHINGTON AND ALEXANDRIA, AND MOUNT VERNON. Change of Hoces.?The Steamer* GEORGE washington or THOMAS COLl.\ KR will departat the follow-j in? hours, on and after .y>th J uly lint.:" Leave Alexandria, at B, 9H, and It ?? m? 12V. 4V. and 6*? p. in. Leave Washington. at S\, 10V.and llJa a. in.. V4. 5>6.and 7 p. ni. The puoiic may confidently rely on the Boet start ing at the tune advertised. One of the Boats will make a trip to MOUNT VKRNON on Tcesdat and Fu:day ol each week, leaving Weshingten at 9 o'clock a. in. JOB CORSON. I SAMUEL BARER, < Captains. Father Boat may he chartered for Excursions at any time, on app.ication to JOSEPH BRYAN, President ol the Company, at hia ofhoe, Pei.n. avenue, or to the Captains on hoard. jy 11 tf I^HE PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COM PA N Y. One of the Steamships of this Company, carrying the I intcd States Mail* f >r AC API I.O. CAl.l FOR NI A. and OR EGON. leave Panama twice each month, on the tin valol the United States Mail S. S.Comprny's steam ers, which leave New <?i leans and New York regu larly on 6th and 20th ol each month with the mails, and passengers connecting; via PANAMA RAlL KO\l>S. Those steamship* have been inspected and ap proved l*> the Navy Department, and guaianty sprrd tih ! >a/c(y. The i'aiama Railroad <4? miles ioiir Ms now com pleted from ocean to ocean, and is crossed in 3 or 4 hours. The haKg*<fO of passengers is cheeked in New York througn to San I- rancisco. and pa^sen^er* are einliaiked at Panama hy steamer fit the oorupatiy's expense. The money (Mid in New York covers a.I ex Lenses of the trip. Reserve steamers are kept in |?irt in Panama and San Francisco, to prevent detention in rase of acci d'>nt. so that the route is entirely rrhnblt?no fail ure having occur-ed in eight yearn. Pnssenser* leave Panama the Maine day they ar rive at Aspmwa I. Conductors go through by each steamer, and take charge of women and children without other protec tors. For through tiHrcta at the Inw-^t rates apply at the agency, 177 West afreet. New York, to I. \V. RAYMOND,?or to ARMSTRONG. HARRIS & CO., New Oi leans,- or Jy 24 [f C. L. BARTLF.TT. Boston. poR OLD POINT AND NORFOLK. The Steamer MARYLAND will, on the 8th of July, cominenoe running regularly to the at>ove places, leaving Washington ( Eleventh-sf. whart > ?'very WED-' NESDAS" and SATUR DAY at ?> o'clock a in. Re trrning. will leave Norfolk every MONDAY and TH URSDAY at 4 o'clock p.m. She will touch, going and returning, at OLD point, pinf.y point, bi.ackistone's ISLAND, and the usual landings on the Potomac. Passage. including m<?als, to Old Point and Nor folk. FIVE DOLLARS. je ?-tf WM. MITCH El.L. jjNITLD STATES MAIL LINE. O \L Y HE (TvL A 11 LI iV E AND WITHOUT PAILCRE P?H E101IT VEAR8, FOR california AND OREGON VIA PAN A M A RAILROAD. Regular Sailing Day.i, 5th f&th of tack month. caution.?So inanv frauds and imposi tions ol various kinds have been ate|r< perpetrated on travellers bound toCAl.l -1 FORNIA.that the sulmcriber. the only authorized Agent for passage bv the F. S. Mail Line, via Pana ma, in the city of New York, feels it his duty to caution all persons seeking passage to California, that, to avoid imposition, they must lie careful to find the true office of the Steamships of the I". S. Mail Line, via Panama Rr.ilroad. as no other office iu New York is authorised to engage passage. The Companies have only one office in New York, winch is at 177 West street, corner of Warren strce*. fronting on the North River, at the head of the Com pany's Wharf. 1H7" Observe my sign over the door. 1. W. RAYMOND. Agent, je 19- New York. r|MIE NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL I CMTED STATES MAIL STEAMERS T\? Ships rcmpoMU thit Line are: The ATLANTIC Capt. Oliver Eldridge. The HA I.TIC Capt. Josepn Con.stock The ADRIATIC-?- ..Capt. Jamea West. These ships having t?eeu built by contract expressly for the Government service,every care lias been taken in their construction, as also in their engines, to in sure strength ami speed, and their accommodations for pas*augers are unequalled lor elegance aud com fort. Price of passage from New York to Liverpool, in hrst cabin, 9 13" ; in second do., ; exclusive use ol extra size state rooms, $325. From Liverpool to New York, J?? and 2" guineas. An experienced Sur geon attached to oach ship. No berths can I>e secured until paid lor. The ships of tnis liue have improved water tight bulk heads. PROPOSED DATES OF SAILING. FROM >|.W YORK. FkdM LIVERPooT.. Saturday. June 2"> !P57 Wednesday. Jui.e 1P57 Sat urdu , J iiiy 4 IK"7 WrdnPsda) , J uly 8 1?.S7 Saturday. J uly 18 1KS7 Wednesday, J my 22 lo^7 Saturday. Aug. 1 ldS7 Wednesday, Aug. 5 1&.S7 Saturday. Aug. IS 1857 \Yedn? sday, Aug. 19.1857 Saturday , S*.'pt. 12 .. Wednesday , Sept.2 IK.1?; Sat urdav, S^pt. JK... .1a'<7 \N eduesda>. S-pt. S0.1k.vj Satuidny, Oct. 1" 1857 Weduesilay , Oct. 14 1 a.%~ Snlurtlay, Oct.Jis Wednesday, (?ct. iX 'K.17 Saturday, Nov. 7 IK .7 We>ltiesday, Nov. 11 1H57 Saturday, Nov. 21 I8.S7 Wetlnesdiy, Nov. A lUfT Saturday, Doo. 5.. ? . Ih57 Wednesday , Dec. M 1:W7 .Wednesday, Dec. ?i.la-71 For frcr' * t passage, apply to EDWARD K. COLLINS, No. 56, Wall street. New York. BROWN.SHIPLEY 6c CO., Liverpool. STEPHEN KENNARD Sc. CO., 27, Anitm Friars, Loudon. B. G. WAIN WRIGHT* CO., Paris. The owners of these ships will not f>e acoountab.s for gold, silver, bullion, specie, jewelij, precious ttones or metals, unless bills of lading ar* signed therefor and the value thereof expressed therein. je I.S C'lEA.MKR GEORGE PAGE. ^ HOURS OF DEPARTURE. Leave A'-xruidna at 4,'i, 9, lOSi,' 1234,3. tV.b,1*. Leave \\ aslungton at 6. 8, !>\, 11H, I V, 4. SK, 7. ap *'-d ELLIS L. PR ICE. Captain._ Daily line for eiiwards* ferry ANl) I.EESBI RG, Va.. via Chesapeake arid Ohio < anal.?The Packet Boats A >J Tf, 1 GO and M.C. M F.H?S. will coiinnenc. making daily trips to the alsive p? ? tuts."" 1* * ^ ? on Monday, .March 23, leaving the wharf of W. H. and H. G. Rittwr, Georgetown, D. C. every morning at 7 o'clock, Sundays excepted; through in eight hours; leaving Georgetown at isevea o'clock in the morning, the Boats will arrive at the Great Falls.or Washington Aqueduct, at 10 a. m., Seneca at 12m? E<.wards' Ferry at 3 p. m., wiiere a stagi will be id readiness to convey passengers to Lie. burg, Va. Returning, leave Edwards' Ferry every day at nine o'clock in the morning, aud arriving in Georgctowi. at sunset. Through Tickets, ?1.75. Intermediate points as follows: Great Falls or Waehiugtou Aqueduct. 50 cents; Seneca, 75 cents; Edwards' Ferry, SI.12; Leesburg. Virginia, including coach, S ..<5. Meals served on the Boats at moderate prices. mar 25 W. II. h H. G. R |TTER. |^EW ROUTE TO THE SOUTHWEST. MEMPHIS tr CHARLESTON RAILROAD COMPLETED?COSJIKCTISO Cknttanocga, Tmn.; Ckurlefton, S. C.; Saran *ak, (Ja.; and all tkt Aortktautrm cities, voitk Memphis, Tuts. The last oonneeting lir.k of Railroad between NEW YORK AND THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER. Th'.s road is now conjileted and opened forthereg* u'.ar transportation of Passengers and Freight, and will afford more Expedition and less Expense than any other route lietween the Northeast and South west. Passengers and Shippers will take due notice thereof, and govern themselves accordingly. Passenger Trams leave Stevenson daily at 2K o'clock, a. in.,(aftor the arrival of the trains from Chattanooga and Nashville.tandairiveat Memphis same day at 7 p. in., connecting with First Class Steam Packets to New Orleans, and ail other impor tant points upon tue Western Rivers.* G<mk1b con signed to Railroad Agents at Charleston or Savan u? i.'i, will l>e forwarded to Memphis aud other points, by Express Freight Trams. Freight in charge of the Adams Express Con? panv is carried over this route dmly by the pnssen ger trains. F. C. ARMSf General Supenuleudent. Hcxtsvillk, (Ala.) April 1*(, 1867. ?Through Tickets to Memphis, Ac., told at Wil mington, N. C,; Charleston,S. C.; Augusta. Savan nah, M:*con. Atlanta, and Columbus. Ga : Montgom ery, Ala.; Chattanooga, and Nashville, Term. To conuect with the Western Trains on this roed, passengers will take the ntthc trains from Wilming ton. N. C.; Augusta, Ga.;Chvttanoogaiuid Nashville. Tenn.; and the day trains from Charleston and Kingsville. S. C.; and Atlanta. Ga. ap 7-tf SECOND HAND PIANOS. RANGING IN IU price from ?18 to ?126. just received. from Baltimore. They are very good. i Also, 15 beautiful new PI i.NoSiustore' recently rcoeived from Boston. Highest price given for old Pianos in exohance for new, Remember our number is 30G. nwir 10th street, be tweon 9th and 10th. JOHN. F. ELLIS, je 22 _ iftnn copies of rjJsvlie, the pra ll/\llirie I- lower, the iil^st l?eaufiful song ever published. Also, Darlinc Nelly Gray. Mbsic in the Air. and all the new music of the day just received at our Piano and Music Store, ??,l?etwo<NB xh and loth streets. JOHN F. ELLIS. jt m Fans!?FANS l-Sel line off our FANS very low H. J7McLAl'HGLlN h CO., jy ]4 Pa. av.. Ix?t. nth and ftth ?re. \vall * STEPHENS, Travelers Directory. A#HlNGTON PR1AWCM lAiUOift. TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS From WASHINGTON at 6 t. in., connecting u Relay with train* lor the West, and at Baltimore with those lor Philadelphia and New York, ai8.3n a.m.. for Arufoin. Ba.timore, Philadelphia, and New York ; at J p. m. for Baltimore and Norton, and at Relar with Frederick 'rain. KXPKKS9 at 4.*? i. m. at Relay for th? West and for Atinapolu, Baltimore, Pl.iiade.pfcia. and New York. On Sundar at 7 a. m . and 4 JDp. m. From BALTlMoRK for WASHINGTON at 4.15 . ml 9.1.S a. m.. 3 and 5.15 ?. m. On Sunday at 4.1* a. m. and 5.15 p. m. je H-tf T. If. PARSONS. Agent. QRA.NGLA.ND ALKX ANURIA RAILROAD. 0 HE AT SOUTHERN MAIL LINE. Tw:oe Daily. iSundar nights excepted.) between Washington city and the son h. %% A LF X ANDRI A, GORDoNSYI I.LF axi> RIt'll MONII. Leavea Washington at 6 o'clock a. m. " Washington at 7 o'clock p in. Fare from Waaiongton to K.ctmond, f 5 #?. For LYNCHBFRG and iheMH TIIW FST. Leave Washington at 6 o'clock a.'m.. arrive in L\ NCHkl Kli next morning at 4 a. m.,connect m? with the tiaina on the Yi.gima at ?1 Tennessee Hi I Road for MKMPHIS, Mail Stages from t'har lottesville to L> nchburg a distance o| &? mile*, f *re from \\ uhiii(titn to I.? #7.75. Memphis, 94^5. The moat expeditions route to the Yirriei* Springe?on.* mx hours* stage travel lotheGieen brier \\ lute Sulphur. Ca- ?rriveat W HI I K SI J.I HI K the same night. f ar? fioiri AleXaudua to White Sel{-hur, fl?5n. The rt earner G FOR (i I. PAUK. f?>ot oi Seventh street, liein< owned b% tin* Railroad ? '??in ["an*, rui.a in <N>nneeiion with the trams. Tickets lor Richmond and l.ti.chl<nrr procmod .>n the H *t. IL^' 'nimbuses and Baccate Wagons will t?eat tte Depot ol the V\ ashington Railroad, to convey |>a? aengera and b\gg*;',? to the StearnUiat, for Alexan dua. a disia.iM.Hi of six ltiilca, allowing ample time (or meaJa. JAM US A. KVANH. A tent. A'exandna. Jule.lKW. jv 8 tt J^KW AND IMPORTANT BCHFdTi.K. FOR ALL FARTS OF THE WEST. Baltimore ani> ohjo r ailromu. I he recent ex tension and inrprovetnent of its lend ing connecting 11ni's at the West has required an en tire revision of th* runniiiK arrangements ofthia r<>ad I* which highly important advantage* to the tn?v elerare secured. On and alter MONDAY. June 15, 1R57. THKKK IIAILY TRAINS will le iiui in U>rh dirfctnTiji f*?r fliroucli Firat-The ACCOM MOIUTION TRAIN atarta from Camden Station, Ba timore.at 7 A. \l .,<exo*-pr Sunday,! s:ops a( vay stations and arnvea at tJmii berland at 4 P. M. Second?The MAIL TRAIN starts .Sunday ex cepted ? at 8 ?t A. M.. and arrives at W heeling it 4 'J* A. M., connec*mix at Benwood wilh Centra! Ohio trams for C?'iumt?ua. Cincinnati. Indianapolis, Lou - lavilie, Chicago. St. Lonis. A c.. and at same pace with trams for Cleveland. Toledo. Detroit. Ac., I?jr Cleveland Road, tuid alto at Puikersburg with Ma rietta Road. r.T,i!2,rT?'0..?T;*nd CINCINNATI EX PR K>S TRAIN leaves daily at S.05 P. M., Con necting at Benwood at D A. M ?ith express trans lroni lieliaire to Citiciiir>ati, (?n'knut rkamt* of Car* nt Colunibut,) ni.<l r^arion* there m l>ut iS hours from l>ai'iil ??c and 2i> hours lroni W ashinc tou. It also coi.ncct? diree'ly, in l?tfli directions, ??t (iralton with cira b% ParkeraburK and Marietta roads for Chilhoothe. ( uiemnati, etc. Ttiesc traina connect at Xensa l??r Indianapolis, Chicago andS'. I.ouia, and at i'lnctunMi with the (irnat Ohio and Mis?iaajppi F.xpreee lor l.oviartlle Cairo and St. I^iuis through to St. I.oaia in lens than 4.' hours from Baltimore. By this tram t.'ie rm.r To a'l tl e c*n?ri.l and aonthern pm<?ea in the Weet is much lenh. whi e tlir rfi'iasrf is liom 4*i to lui miles shorter thMi |.y the shortest of other routee. From the WeeMbese connection* are ecjually ciose and m;:..factor), ar r.vin/at Baltirnoieat ?.?i a. M. 117" Hacitace checked tiirou. tj toai: points. THROiGH TICKKTS Mid at lowest ratea at Camden Station ano at Wackincton. II. C. Pasacnxers from ftalnmore of Wash.nrton mar rifV t*t tHttrt roait 5y .Jatth;kt, l;y tikinf morn mx traina, and '>in?c over a: tun lieniuid or Oa* lerid, and resutnii:|( ufxt iiiorrun? hy \\ heeliuK Ae ct?nimo?1ation train, loavi.-i^ Cuml>?riand at U and Oakland at tn.Vi. FO K WAY PASSENGERS. TheCuml>crInnd Vcoomin>*<1ati>>ti Train at 7 A.M., jri.l atop at aJ Srations cast of Cuml>eriand. and the W heelin* Accommodation at ail Stations beyond Cumberland goine Wcai. Kaatwardly, the Mail Train leavea Wheelu & at d.VA. M .ai d Aco?mmo dation leavea Cuuii>arlaiid at 9, reaching Baltimore at 5?) P. M. ON TilK NORTHWK<TKRN VIRGINIA BKA>( H. t>etwe**n I? niltoii aiid I'arkfmt.urc, i pnsaengera will take the F.xprcaa wcetwarO.y and the Mail eaatwardly. The FRKDKRICK TRAIN starts at 4 P. M , ?topping hi way htatiina. I.eavea Frederick at y.l* A. M.,aBlvini(!it Baltimore 12 n?H>n. Tho KiTLICOTT'S MI I.I. TRAIN leaves at 5 AS A. M., and 5.'S P. M. I.envea IMieott'e Miliaat7 A. M.and7 P. M.. exc?p? Sunda\. FOR WASHINGTtlN AND THE SfH'TH. Leave Baltimore for Waphinttton at 4.l5aud4.1S A. M..3and5.15 P. M. On Sundaya at 4.15 A. M., and X15 P. M.only. Leave Wa*lnni. Ton for JIaltimore at 6 and ZJK* A. M. and Sand <._tt P. M. OB Sundaj a ai 7 A.M.. and 4 2" P. M. only. Thet-at and fourth traina from Baltimore,and the second and lourtli trnma from Washineton. will t>e express mail trains, stopping only at Washington Junction and An:.ai?o!iii Junction. TheS.I-5and 5.15 trains from Ba.timore nud the8.S0 and 4 Jh trains from Washington connect with the traina from Anrmroha. For tickets, information, fire. A c.. apply to J. T. LNGLAND, A^eut.at the 'I'icket ? dice, ('amd?ii Station. WM. S. WOODSIDK. jy IS^tf Master of Tianaportntii>n. Baltimore. rpo W F.STKIt N TRAVLLKRS. * SpUlNU *XIi Sl'MXKH Arkanckvkxti. NORTIIfcKN CKNTKAL RAILWAY. TWO DAILY TRAIXS TO f ITTS B U K(t A\r> THE . 1>\,AND AF I KR jri.v 1st, Kir:, two DAI L> rR AINS at 1 leave Calvert Station |..r Puts Uir< and &li \\ ebtoni anJ Si?ufn ??r N^rtiiuttt^rQ Olt l#ts TIIF. MORNING MAIL TRAIN Leaves llalturore df If iSundaT excep'edl at 8.15 A.M.. connectiuK * tM. the Mail Trai-i over the ureal I'enti!!} !van;a Raiiroad, and arriving in ? 'inc:iuia?i at 4.S< P. M. the following da^; at Chicago hi S4 heurs, and at St. Lou>s in 41 hours. Till: AFTKRNOON HXPKWS TRAIN Leaves Baltimore daily (Sumlaj tie, pted) at 1 P. M. for llarrisl-urg. THK NIGHT F.XPRFSS TRAIN Leaves Baltimore FY FRY NI(>HTat l? P.M.. connectimr with l.uhtiimg I'.xproKa < \?t the I'enn sylyania Kai.toad lor Pittsburg, airiviu* at 1 P. M. 1 lie C.15 A. M. and 10 I'. M. trams connect "tloeeiy at Pittsburg a ith tra.ns over the Pittyiutf. Fort Waynt anJ CA"?icj llai'roaf and its .\<>rt'?em. ' Soiitiiern and Wo'-'rn c.-nneet Passenger* for Chicago, Rock Inland. Rurl I imton. IowaC?t?. Milwankee, Dulniqu", St. P.tu', I Madison, and other leading cities in the Northwest, Will save rmc hundtfti tntlmof trnr/l and tm liu?n m time with four If s* changes ol cara,by taking this route. fTT" Pa<>*?nrera for Cleveland. Ssaduakv. Toledo and I)etr??it go l>y tlua route, and the tune la iftie qualled. I>?ing 4-t miles shorter than any other mute. IlT* Paaaer.ger* for St. I*oni*. Indianapolis, Ter re Haute, Cairo, and all points on the lower and I'pper Mifaiiaipp:, make 'e?a changes of car* and arrive in advance o| ntiy other iott?e; and to Cmcin nati. Co|iiml>ua. la.ytou, l<otti?ville and other prom llicnt rities. as quick as In n::? ortjrr rente All Western Bagsage CilKCKKD TIIROl'Gll and kindled with mr*. FOH THE NORTH. The 8.15 A. M. am, |0 p. M. Trains connect closeir With Fxprees traina over 'lie Dauphin r..ad lor Wil linmsport.Klnnni. Bfveiicnter. Bull* <?. Niagara Falis and t anada. thu? forminc liis m>>*t direct tailway route to North weatorti Pennstlvanin aim! W estern New > ork. PaKseneers will b'iJ ti .s the shortest, cheapest and moat expedtous route to Niagara Falls and Cana<la. Through ticketa are issued to Philadelphia v.a Columtiia and l^ir.<aster. by all the tram*, at each, each train tiavitiK sure connections. I'assen gers by this route avoid tree)led I-ridge* and all the uicoiivenience of lerry across the Sustiuekanna river. Paasengera for llr.nover. Manchester, tieftyaburg Finiiiiltsburji, t'arlih> a-id t'hainlt raburg ro t>% the trams at 8.15 A.M. and 3 P. M. P^iaaengera for BKDl'ORD SPRINGS leave in trams at K.I5 A.M. or Hi P.M..connectiiig ?-ith traina over the Pennsyl\-ania Railroad to Huntingdon. a?4 by Brort.f Tvp R*ilraa4 to Hopewell? tbence by _hr\t rlrm rcfhr* t?? Bedford, over a o*d uiii.ur paastd l>? au> in the countr>. Fare ?n Prisaeu.nsfor YORK SPRINGS. UPHRATA CAI.KIHJNIA - WARM Do I til.ING (JAP" and PAPF.RTOW N. leave by train? at 8.15 A. M..:? P. M. ?-r lo P. M. WF.STM IXSTF.R BK ANCH. The Cars on this road niake but one trip per day, connecting with tbe s P. M. timn. For THROI GH TU'KII'l-and further tnfi?r mation apply at the I ick? t ? ohce. Cnivert Statiou, N. F. corner of Calvert and Franklin streets. Bait. more. ., _ Bankable Funds onlr received for I are. jy 14 NOTICK? NOTICK.?I have a few of those obea TOILKTsF.TS on hni.d. winca I vithaMf to cloae out. and will sell at cost. Also."?* GOBLF.TS m.j other t! LA^S W'A R K. that must he sold preparatory to a change in mt busineaa. All that wnut to l>u> choap. picase oa No. ??. I<et ween sab and Hnh atreet#, Penn avenue, eb 17? JnHN MopKVITT. 1 GOOD SKCOVIVHAND PIANOS IN I mm store, for sale tir rent upon re?is<^iai4e terms, at our great Piano Warerooms. :*V, l*i we< n vth and IMh atreeta. jy.14. JOHN F. RUA .4^70 1 INI,F-K HROWNS' hoti.l. Jn?t opening a splendid assortment ? f Sprin/: and Summer R R AD\ MADKCLOTHING i ' Jll ??H)DS of tlM- bnest atyleaisl tnakfi, at the F.inporium of Fashion, No. Lrowns Hotel, next to private eritrimoe, "?? ?' (IntelA'St states? Df PONT'S GI'NPOWDF.IL* I am all times supp.ied withall the varions kin^a of DP PONTS Hl'N POWDFR. aikl am prepared to auppiy the same many quantity to parties wanting, on the most favorable terms, W. Al.BF.RT KING, Acent for tlie Diatnct of Columlan, No. 35 High atreoi. MtflS-tf (latai.A ^twet) Georfetvvn, J). C,