Newspaper of Evening Star, August 11, 1857, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated August 11, 1857 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. The Birdell Baby Ca*b Vsui.?Tbe street ballad venders of New ^ ork have seized upon tbe recent exploits of Mr*. Cunningham, and done them up in verse w subjoined : the blessed baby. Tune?Jordan ?Boots. Thev have had a Ionic trial about BurdeH's pile Of in?>ney and estates according, Mrs. SharpinglMUii she smiled, says she, I'll get & child That will take it to ths other side ol Jordan. Chorus.?Then poll ol your coat and roll up your sieeve, Thirt*-one in a had house to live in. For the people there, you know, don't give >ou any show, But po right in for the killing. .Mrs. Sharpmgham sent for a Dr. You'll; Dr. Yoinl come to see iier according : Slieoflrred him a thousand if he'd get her a child, Aiid bring it where she was at present boarding. Dr. You'll pretended todoall he eou!d. Hut instead of that he goes to Haul a putting. Whom he told all he knew and promised for to help Him send her to the other side of Jordan. A Otkey Haul thoutht he wonid hive some fun With Mrs. Sharpiimhani and Dr. Catling, S<> foe takes .1 trip to Bel!evueatid brums him lark a child, ? And takes it up to K!m street a prattling. Then he sent for Mrs. Sliarpin^liam to come and get the child, . , Mrs. Sharpingiiam she come along according ; Site put it in a basket ami took it right straight home. ... . Then went to !*??! quite sick y rind *i groaning. # But Pompkiss, Wash, and Dicks were up to her tricks. Went up tl?e stoop and gave the !>ell a ringing. Tlier wetit into tlie house and arrested all therein. A lid they'll send t belli to the other side of Jorftnn. Romance Still Lives, for Divers Rea sons ?A young lady. of beauty, ac complishments. and having545.000 in hard cash m deposit at Sr. Louis. stnrted recently on n trip to New York, in company with her aunt, tdie took passage on the Tennessee Bell, from Kc*?kuk to Cinciunati. On the same l?>at was a young man who had plenty of everything but money; he had importuned her at home, and kept up his ardent courhdiip on board the boat The lady, however, wan hard-benrted. and re fused to give hiui the least hope. The boat stopped awhile at Curroltou. Ky, and the lady :idI her aunt concluded to take a stroll on i"hore. As she wa? going down the gangway 1>lank it tilted, and tne Uily Ml into tbe water; she was drawn by the current under the wharf boat; the suitor jumped in. went nnder the boat after her. succeeded in catching her. and finally rescued her. In two hour* she wn? per ioctly restored, and sending for her deliverer, aqd uclergyman beingon board, they were mar ried forthwith.?St. Lams lirpnbtiran. ltT*Kr?TiSG to Yacht Owners?The New York Yacht Club, it is said, having {riven notice tha' the hundred gu!n>a British prize cup, won by the vacht America, at the celebrated regatta at Cowes.'ln the year T-51, is in their possession,and that It will be'made the first prize for any trial of speed that may l>e arranged between the yacht* of America ana any foreign country. 11" this is true, it is to be hoped that the club, if they really ofb-r this proud trophy as a piize. will annex ft to certain conditions, whereby it shall be made a perpetual prize, forever subject to challenge,after the manner of the '-Champion's Belt" of pugilis tic historv. for it wonld really Ik* a pity to risk tbe loss of this cup. without at the same time in spiring an opportunity to icgain it, if it should ttanee to-be lost to the country. Takixs it Coolly?The following is the latest joke upon John Bull: John was travel in;; on some Western railroad, when a tremendous explosion took place, the cars at the same time coming to a sudden halt The ' passengers sprang up in terror, and rushed out to acquaint them"wlve> with the mischief?all but Mr. Bull, who continued reading his newspaper. I it a momenr somebody rushed back and informed him fhat tbe 1?oiler had burst. hAw> !" muttered the Englishman. '?Y?w.**continued his informant,. "and sixteen jx-opie are killed."' ??Awe!" he grunted again. "And?rind." said his lnterh utor. with an ef f-?rt. ??your own man?your servant?has been blown into a hundred pieces." "A'rt.' th'n *rinz mt '%?. piece thti Uns ike i.y ?/ tnjf p?rfmanl'iu Ci.tfcu ?The black preaching gown, sars a bite English writer, does not properly b? - loot l? the Church of all. for the early Church rejected biack. and used white ar.d colors only It i.s th- ,?rof-?sor*s gown?the schoolman's dress. and enme into popular u*e at the Reforma tion. or the revival of the schools of philosophy A cb rgvma -. in blark in the pulpit is a mode n revolution, and it means, in analogical language, a philosopberor a scholar ex pounding Christiani ty. It i* singula: enough that the gospel in the latter davs should be preached by the gentlemen in black; but so it is. though "white linen is the righteousness of the saints.*' Wealth ok Our, \ i-fli: xdehs.?The tribe of street musicians who diily grind "that endless barcarole of Poor Dog T;ay,* " although often receiving more mab dirt ions than p#nnie^.never theless c?Hirrive to make r? very respectable saving f-om their earnings. Many "of them manifest a commendable frugality, and put their money out a* interest The Sicilian consul at this port, Mr. Reggio. has now upwards of ?l.j.Wit) entrusted to him by that portion of his countrymen resident in Boston who gain their livelihood by street music?and for which he allows them interest at the legal rate?Boit< it A'lrerti*'r. America* Racks tm R*glaxd -An American Mtortflnian named Ten Broeck ha* entered two of his American bor-*?* for a race in England on the yt'fh of July Porter"* Spirit says that tbe dress colors chosen by Mr Ten Broeck. for bis jockies of his horse* wer?-tbe crimson and white satin stripes of tbe American flag, with bine cap and white -tar*. Very appropriate and no chance to make a mistake in tin- matter of nationality It is to oe ho|M-d that his horses are of the right stamp to win. CT" The Newhuryport Herald lets us into tbe of Yankee ingrnu-ty. and say* of the low priced shoes now made down East,' -'Jbey look lust a* well outside; hut we imagine that the wearers will by and bv tind that the amount of st,*;k used IS lower than the prices, and the fl|. ling in with paper stiffening and inner soles is not the best for w?*t weather and inuddystreets " 1'nnostD Nay?A farmer in Ashtabula. Ohio, complains that be has lately b?st seven head of t ittle by tlwir ?afing poisoned hay. It appears the poison is in the form of ergor, a smutty exrrev^ence which grmvs on the Jtiiie gias* It grows as it do. s on r\-e. in the shape of a dis ? :i"?d and enlarged sc-d of dark color, varying from the ?j/e of a wheat grain to three-fourths of -tri .nch long AKHIVALS AT TllE HOT El A BROWNS" HOTEL.?VV D Clarke, Md W E < lark. Teim; Mrs Stone, ^l^ ; l>r Harford. Md; r 1 . ?.-?!. ?t<>. L Qanhrilt, Oa: 1) W i>ood> mail a;id fannlv. d*?; Mrs <> W (ioodinan and * i.lId, do; A R Maiiniiig and family. Ala; John '?I'Kea^. T^nn ; Mrs Galbraithv do; Miss <?al braith, do; Jidin Oalbrailli, d?: J II Dennis, (is; H Tii.slev and lady; V\ \\ ('lark. ?ia; M St-ott jiiid/ain ly. do; I. ti Sheidwetit and ladv. Ala; K'-v A A Miller andXamilv. Fla; J i' \Valker. S V, E B 9eabrook. do; VY L> (iriltln. do; (ieneral *'ull. Fiu, Mrs Karrall and three ladios. Fla; C H Ai?tin.?lo; J Dare. Md: J J Solt^rs. do; Jas ll;^in>. do; W H Hescott. Fa; J T tiorwood, l.a; 1* E Cox. do; Mrs Cos, do; Miss Cox, ?lo: |{ev D Kerr, Md; ECndlip and family. FJ; H J Apple, jr. Pa. B Douglass and ladv. Tenn; J T \\ all. Mo. Jas Lips<-<Nnb. ilo: J S Bacon. UC; D I! set, Vd, J L> James and latlv. Tenn; F Rahn ;sn<t lady, Ya, Miss Heine, do. F C Hotter, do; E S Hotter, do; R W Haiiett, NY; J W Jackson, Mo; Hugh Elliot, Miss W II.LARDS' HOTEL ?.1 Pierson, En^; 1 W.i.oer. Md; J t' Crane, ly. Mo; W Owatbmey, Ya; VV T Hart. ly. Ya; Mrs \Yheeirij?ht. A Y;Miss \\ h*-elright, do; M i?* Mc.Xeigb. do; W llowl ind. NJ; T Hooker. Iv. NY; Hon II F Ciirk. do: E * !<??well. do; M O Rol?prt<. do; T Winn, Ky; M'> IJrilt' hfield. do. Mrs Riddle. NJ; Miss R;d ?l!e do; H M Northw?>rtb Kan: C II llarnt>?-ck, N \ ; H Hamilton, do: T T Laidley; Mrs Perkins; I, II Norvell. Ya; II L I>1ettenl?acfi. Pa KIRKVYOOH HOI'SE.?Eacalpon. I?a; WT ll tll.Vs: II F Carter, do{ T W Ncill, Pa; \ii<s Neill. V.,: |? H Ilall, do, M;>.? Buke. du, J VY H .nke-koiT. I^i; Or W?li iairts and famllv; M * .trie- |*;tr.> D W illiams. Ri; I. II Noi vell.Ya, II < llutebins. Pa: I II Clark DC; I. J llorowii, J l.eib, Ya; K Frank*. -?lo: S Small, l.a; R S W ffclnson. do; VY K P;ige. Ya; J \ouu^. Md; V oung. Mii'J DSaull. \ Y; C S Wilbur. Kv; W 11 Donoho IT* MOVEMENTS O V OVKAS STRaMEKS. Fao* thi Cxitkd States. Sttmnurs. Ltare. For Dnys. Eu ropn Boston L: ver pool... A ug 1-2 Baltic New York..Liverpool...Aug. 15 New York New York..Glasgow ....Ang.22 1'ul'on New York..llav.e Au^.tl Kbom Evbops. Fulton Havre New York. .July 2m City Baltimore..Liverpool...New York. July?) Horussia Hamburg...New Yoik..Aug. 1 Columbia Liverpool...New York..Aug. H Ed;i?hii'g Glasgow....New Y?wk..Ang ^ City Waah'ton..Liverpool., 1 otk..Au^ 1*2 Havie New York.-Aug. The California Mall Steamers leave NfW YOfk 03 :Ur Jth#tnd Mbtb of each month. TCscellaneoTit. % WM. H. HF.YL, , t HOUSE t>AIXTER AND GLAZIER, W ill thankfully receive and promptly and neatly ex ecute any order* in his line with wnich hi* friends and the public may favor him. Orders can be left at No. 434, corner 6th and C sts., or at Ridenour ? Con fectionery Store, No. Peimsylvaniaavenuefnorth side) between 9th and loth streets. Those who mar intrust work to him may rely on its being exeouted with neatness and dispatch, and at the lowest rates. je 25-2m HUMPHRIES A JUNNIMAN, Oh Fourth street east, between E and F, Capitol Hill, have fitted np their place, whioh will bo onen daily to visitors, and every Monday afternoon Tor those who wish to engage in the Knglish Quadrilles or German Waltzes, will find an opportunity to do so there. Wclier's Band has l>eeu engaged for the Ben son, and will be in attendance. Tliey have on hand and constantly making tho purest f ju-ger to lie obtained in the oitT. jelV3m JVTOTICE.?C. R. L. CROWN k CO. are ro 1 x ceiving daily some of rhe finest FURNl-i TURK ever offered in this market, which we invite the attention of those in want, as we assure them they can save at least 10 per oent. Namely? H ami "lime oarved marble-top Bureaus and Tablet Rosewood and walnut Tete-a-Tetes, Sofa* Wardrobe*, Chairs of all kinds. Cherry and poplar Tables. Si f'ese8t 'kair? corn top, and husk; Comfort*. Blankets, Bedst ends, lugn and low-post. Rocking Chair*, cane and wood-seats. Cushions for Chairs. Settees. Clock* of all kind*, Extension Tallies,Sidelioanls, What-not. Glaases of all kinds, some extra fine Carpet*. Cottage Sets, Kit**, Waiters. Glass Ware, Crockery Ware of all kind*. Feather and Fancy Goods of ail kinds. And other Goods too numerous to mention to which we invito the attention of housekeepers and others, as we are determined to sell for cisfi or to punctual oustoinera. , C. R. I,.CROWN A CO., Cor. ol t>th street and Peru. ave. P. S.?We stall still oontinue our regular sales on Tuesday. Thursday.and Saturday, Isitii inormugaiid evening, in front o| our store. Consignments soli cited, aiul in all cases advances made when required. C. R. L. C. A CO., ap2ft tf (Intel) Auctioneer*. INTERESTING TO FAM)I.IKS. The following extract from a New York papej cannot fHiI to lie interesting. In referring to the receipts of Tea* in this country fur one year up to U'th ultimo, it nays they will lie IV, ii?i,<m> pounds "hurt of the imports of the y ear end ing June I86ii, and that ' Tin* advance in black teas. Oolongs, since last December, has been fifteen cents per pound; and Young Hyson Teas, of low and medium grades, have ex per tenced an advance of one hundred per cent, ovei last se ason's closing prices. "It will thus lie seen that the strong and rapid advance in the tea market has been the result of i> shoil supply and a? tive demand ; but when itisoon sidered that we may hear at any moment of the en tire suspension of shipments at Shanghai, and. in fact, that, as soon as a sufficient force from England arrives at f he seat of war, all five ports of entry in China, will proliably bep.aced under strict blockade, it would not lie surprising to see Teas at a much lueher 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 sots. KING A BURCHELL, iell-tf Corner Vermont eve. and 15th street. fVTEW GROCKRV, WINK, AND LIQUOR STORE. The subscriber begs to inform his friends and the public, that he ha* opened a N EW STORE, corner of 12th street and Louisiana avenue, where he in tends to keep constantly on hand a large and varied assortment of Foreign and Domestic WINES, LI QUORS, CIG ARS, and FINE GROCER IKS, consistingof FineTeas,Sugar,Coffee, Flour,Soap, Oaves, Raisins, Figs. Sardines, Anchovies, Otard, Marrett k. Co.. Pinet Ac. Co., and Col. Chnhard's Brandies in cases, demijohns, and casks. Old Ja maica Rum. Sherries, Madeira, Port of various de scriptions, St. Julien Claret, Chateaux Margaux in oases. Champagne Cider. Brandy Fruits, Reynold'* Edinburgh Ale. Annisette, Maraschino, Curaeoa. Al>synthe, Champagne, and a large and varied de scription of Havana Cigars. Also, Stoughton Bitters, and Fever and Ague Bitters. Porter, A!e,and Cider. F amilies arc particularly invited to call and exam ine the stock before purchasing elsewhere. Mem ber* of Congress are also informed that their orders will be promptly attended to, and delivered at their residences at the shortest notice. A scncral assortment of fine Havana Cigars, im ported direct by the subscriber, at wholesale and rc tAl ? Canal Boats supplied on reasonable terms, and prod no* taken in exenanse. Levy's Old Whiskey, constantly on hand, of 1(W>. Country orders punctually attended to, and ooun try produce oi <iettcnpijons received on consign* ,ne4-.r jonas p. levy, J? "-If No.SSi Twelfth street. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.-JOHN II. h . ? 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 general assortment of Staple ai.d i ancy Goods?comprising in part a* fo lows. viz: New style Siik Ro|?es and fancy Silk* Be?sf ma If black Silks, high lustred Bi.vk I'hallies, Lustres and Mous Delaine* Rich printed <ali wool) Mous Delaines Ciiaihes and Barege Delaines, in great variety Kieh Organdie, Itarege.aud Jaconet Rnhes Bright colors and mode plain Bareges and Do wries Plan: French Brilliants and Percale* Plain eoiors Cravellas and Spring-style Poplin*, a light seasonable falirio Best French printed Jaconets and Brilliant* White Brilliants, from l2Hto3lJK oent* Be?t makes new sty les Ginghams Defftges, Chltinbray s and p.ain Lustre* English Pnnts of r.ew, in great variety, at 12X cents Rich Chintz oolors beat Frenoh Organdie* \N kite Goons, in great variety. Piain Swiss, Nansook aud Jaconet Muslin* Plaid and striped M uslins i, Small-figured and rich Brocade Swiss Muslin* Plaid and striped Jaconet, Nansook and Swiss Muslins Wtute Tarletons. Illusions, and Waah N*t* Irish the best niakos) very cheap Linen Cambric, Linen and Bishop Lawns Sup-r English Long Cloths, suitable lor Ladies' use New ^ ork, Bates, Atwood,and other good make* Shirtings White Cambric* fof Jonas'* celebnted make) W hite Brilliants and striped India Dimity Marseilles for Basuues and Bonnet Card Shirt Bosoms and Shirt Collar*. ? , . E.MBKOIDKRIKS. Frenoh worked Muslin Collars and Set* Swiss Cambric Collars and Sets Swiss and Lace Sleeves and Sets Honitonand Maltese l.ace Collars Swiss < 'ainbrio and Dimity Ban Js Embroidered Linen Cambric fldkfs. A fc", new styles Lace aud Si.'k Mantilla* Stella and White Crape Shawls plain and rich figured Bor.nct and Sash Ribbon* Steel spring, Neapolitan, and other Skeleton Skirts Spring assortment of Bajou's Kid Gloves '1 atfeta Silk, filack lace and Lisle thread do. Cotton Hosiery of every kind for ladies and children Gents best Knglish Half hose, ribbed and plain do Lisle thread and fanoy ootton do. A good assortment ??! Silk Cravats and Tie* Suspenders, Silk and Linen Cambric lldkf'x Gossamer and Lisle-thread Shirts and Drawer* New style Parasols. Also, Gentlemen and Boys'wear of every descrip tion, with every variety of House furnishing Dry Domestic Goods for servants wear of the heaviest makes. Purchasers may rely upon getting desirable goods at low prices. _?p8 tr JOHN H. PMOPT. A RETIRED PHYSICIAN whose sand* of , life have nearly run out, discovered while in the Last Indies, a certain cure for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis. Coughs, Colds, and General Detnlity. I he remedy was discovered by him when his only child, a daughter, was given up to _ die. He had heard much of the wonderful restor ativo find hen'in* qualities of preparations made from ttie Last India Hemp, and the thought occurred to him that he might make a remedy for his child.? He studied hard and succeeded in realizing bis wish es. His child was cured, and is now alive and well. He has since administered tho wonderful remedy to thousands of sufferer in all parts of the world, and he has never failed in making them completely heai triv arid happy. W ishmg to do as much good as pos sible. he wul send to suoh of his afflicted fellow-be ings as request it this recipe, with fall and explicit directions for making it up, and successfully using ''i! n re<P,,res each applicant to enclose him one ?hilling three cents to Iw returned as postage on the recipc. and the remainder to fie applied to the pay ment of this advertisement. Address Dr. H. J A M KS, N o. 19 G rand sti .'.'W: I loragen f ? adver M but N?/ N / Jersey City,..... N. B. Dr. H. James has neither office nor agen in New York as some have pretended and sdver tised. The recipe is sent from no place but N 19 Grand street, Jersey City, New Jersey. may 2H-3m (''HINA, GLASS AND Ql KKNSWARK. y R. H. NlI LI.KR, SON A CO., Importers direct from Liverpool to Aleaan dria. ,eave local' thealteirtion of dealers. hote. keepers, and othersof Vvasbingtonand Goorgeti>wn. to their siook* of GOODS, VT wbicu, lor extent and v&rieu. will ootnpare favorably with any establishment in the Eastern citios. The connexion of their semor partner with the manuf'icturers of Europe and the I nited States for upwards of thirty years, has given hi mail vantages in the purchase of goods equal, if not superior, to any h<-n*e in the trade. An inspection of good sand prices wdl satiety all parties tliat purchases oan be made of them upon the most favorable terms. French I'hina pinner Sets, gilt and deoorated French China Dim er Set*, gold t<andand plain white French China Vases. Pitchers, Toilet Sets, Ac. French China Tea Sets, Cup# and Saucers,and other articles of Teaware And Dinner Ware, separate from sets India Cnina Dinner Sets,and separateartiolo* aiway* on hand White Granite Ware in every variety, in set*,and separate lrom sets, hs may lie desired Bine Printed or Liverpool Ware, the same Common Edged, White and Rockingham War*, in full supply. Cut, Pressed, Plain,and Monlded Glass Warefrom the iiest establishments in the Eastern and Western Ststes, which will be wold by the package or other wise. Experienced packers employed. Goods put np by u??an I** transported by any hmmIo without breakage. fare by the steamlionts from Washington to Alex andria, almost hourly# I2X cents eaon way. A quar ter of a do.jir thus s|?nt may aave many dollar* deo 1 ? WINDOW GLASS.?ynn boxes 10 by 15 French ' * WiimIow Glass, will In) sold at one dollar and ?eyenty five per t?ox for cash, in lots of 14 box**. a fuH supply of large size Freaoli Glass. I*t, fj)'*1!1' if*. HuaUlies, 4 f?y 8 Glass for hot-houses, 8 by le. U by 12, 9 by 12, and 10 by 12 oheap. . .. ? R- H. MILLER, SON & CO. A'exandna. Va. ie22 RVitMALT, for sale at. the CITY MALI HOtSK, onrntr of Wflit I'sJlfl ^'T"c ^ i^ck street, BatVinriore, MilT 1 Insurance, Ac. P ,028Sf BB, ilSLlgFiR'Vffis " ROM "" "''ttsmsitf'MB? "*'L*ND . R vmz t"? ?ygvjre,, OF PHILADELPHIA. # FlBH, Milffll, AND I.UiSS INSURANCE. Autkorimtd C mint ml fl^SO^W!!! Ovrics. Northwest coirii or Prnnstlvania AVKNVB AND 17TH StBBKT, WaSHINSTON. _ ? DIRECTORS. Hon. Thot. B. Florenoe, Charles Dingee, Georre H. Armstrong, Thomas Manderfield. Charles A. Rubioam, Kdw.vkl R. Helmbold, E D w aWk" i?l 5 b8E 5^iS^Kl"fc _k , ?LOCAL SURVEYORS. Hall*4' *iter, No. 337 1) street, opposite City John M. Thornton, oorner 1st street &nd Virginia avenue, island. J&hms Willianu. No. 22 4* street. John Rigglos, No. 501 l&fa street, below Pennsyl vania avenue. 1 MARINE SURVEYOR. Captaini J. P. Lev*, No. 3G7 Pennsylvania avenue, opposite National Hotel. G EN ERA L SUPERINTENDENT. John Thoinason* Authorized Capital and Assets. .fl,47S,fC7 07 ' * i* ? ? ......... ... .952S.*W7 07 Invested m Bonds, Mortgages, and Good Securities. The following statement exhibits the business ami condition of the Company to November 1, la56 ? Premium received on marine and inland risks to No vember 1, IK56 $<114,684 till tire premium 176.7Hti 61 Interest on loau...?. - . i 11 8,7?4 Total receipts tit Paid marine losses ?. #64,4J7 (M Paid lire losses .. ^>,737 ? Expenses, salaries,and commis sions... 4S.489 tt) Reinsurance, return premiums, aud agency charge*.. 27,474 68 $177,128 61 Balance remaining with the Company. 8J23.<i$7 in | The Assets of the Company art asjolloies: Philadelphia city and County bonds $16,843 18 First, niort(cages, real estate...Y..TJ1...".*. lctvlft !I' Stocks, collaterals, on call aaVvi on (urard and consolidation bank stock 6I<5 Deposited with Duncan, Sherman &. Co., New 1 ork annoooo Deterred payment on stock not yet due..97,7110 iJ! rSotes for marine premiums mango 59 Due from agents, secured ?>y bonds 35)576 i? Premiums on policies recently issued, and debts due the company..., _. 26 47n sr Balance in bauk -,.. -. , . ___ . 16|<y> 74 ?523,067 07 The business of this Company will oompare favor I*!? 01081 successful similar institutions m the United States. From the 1st day of August, 18S5, in fifteen months, up to the 1st day of November, 1856, the premiums and interest received amounted to the large sum of lour hundred thousand one hundred and eighty-five dollars and sixty-eight cents, with the payment of losses and expenses of one hundred and seventy seven thousand one hundred and twenty -eight dol lars and sixty-one oents. With these evidences of success and good man agement, the Directors feel justified 111 soliciting a share of public patronage, believing that the security offered is ample, and that all fair claims will b? ad justed more according to equity than legal technical ities. The Company is prepared to issue policies against loss or damage by fire on DWELLINGS, FURNITURE, MILLS, MAlf U FACTORIES. WAREHOUSES*, Ali descriptions of HL iLDlNGS and their contents; or all kinds of MERCHANDISE, transported by Vkssbm,Steamboats, Canal Boats, Railroads, and the usual conveyances to or froin 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 ^instruction and arrangement will be taken into con sideration. Ail losses speedily adjusted and promptly paid. Office, northwest corner Pennsylvania avenue and 17th street, \N ashington City, 1). C. Insurance may alio he effected at the Home O+ee, ?*rt*w/st romer Walnut and Second streets. Philadelphia, And mother principal cities of the United States by authorized officers of the Company. apS ASHING TON INSURANCE COMPANY. CHARTERED BY CONUKEsf. W Capital. S2nr;,0OO! I his Company is now prepared to receive applica *!''n? INSURANCE ON BUILDINGS. NIER ' llA.x DISK, Ac., at the usual City rites, without any charge for Policy, st their Olfice, corner of lenth Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, over the >> ashington City Savings Bank. _ .. . Director*. . Win. F. Bayly, Samuel Baoon. Joseph Bryan. James F. Haiiday, ? V\ in. Orine, Hudson Taylor* I-rancis Mohan, M. W. Gait. Beiy. Ben.!. dJ^ME8 CLMcGURB. President. Grafton D. Has?(in, Secretary. ap 11-ly Banking house of JJHUBB BROTHERS, Dbposits.?Deposits received and Checks paid Without ciiarco. Drafts 011 the northern seal.nard Oitios received on Deposit at psr, hiiiI Exchange ou Said Cities furnished to depositors without chsrge. Imxmos Deposit*.?Interest will allowed On Deposits at such rates as may be screed upon. Deposits 1* Virginia a??d I rcrcRRF.NT Monpt. Deposits in VirginiaaiMl ?.ther l.ncurrent Money re oei\ ed to be checked for, payal>le in same f unds, or in specie, we charging Uie regular Kxclianxe. IWoy^s.-Notes, Drafts,a,Kl Hillsof Exchange Will he discounted, and f->ans made on Stocks, Bonds, arid Securities, at Pbe market rate. Lkttkr- or Crrwt.?letters of Cre-fit will he furnished, negotialJe in the different Cities of the United States, 011 Deposit of Money ?r t'ollatersls, iukI niterast ailuwed if Money is deposited, ant/ up Collaterals, on such terms as may l<eagroed ExrnA!?e*.?Travelers will be rornished with draHs in such sums as may be de sired negotiable in theditlerent Citie* of the Union. oiixs ani> IjKttku^ok Credito?i Ils?lani?, Irk La no ANb EcaoPK.?Bills of Exchange aud Letters "! England. Ireland and Europe,furnished at the market rate for Exchange, in sums to suit. Bond*, Stot*s, Ac.-Bonds, Stocks, and Securi ties paying froinifi to lipr. oent.. always for sale, or bought in the ditlerent Cities at a 00111m wsion of h W pr. cent. Where Stocks are Utught upon orders, wo reserve the right tooali for a deposit of 10 pr. cent on the cost. Bonds or Stocks Will lie ordered by tele graph. Kailsoad, Citt, awn Stat* BoNDs.-Railroad, l>ity, and State Bonds can be plaoed in our hands for negotiation, either in tfiis Ooiintry or Europe. Rail road Iron purchased for oash or with Bonds. _ La Jib \\ a k rants.?Land Warrants bouxntat the market ratee. All \\ arrauts sold by us are guaran teed in every respect. Land Warrants located on oonimission. arrant ^uotatHjns regularly furnished ifre Wsrrants will be forwarde<l to Western Houses on orders, or sent lor sale on oomiiussion to responsible pt rt 168, ^,T4lT* *!?? Insurances.-Real Estate bought and sold^ and Insurances effeoted. Claims on I sitxd Statrs, Court or Claims, Ronobp-ss.?Claimsion the Lnited States, before the U?.urt of Ciaims or Congress, intrusted to ns, will be prosecuted by prompt and nbie attorneys. CHUBB BROTHERS, *an Opposite the Treasury. |NTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITEST" MONEY to LOAN on STOCK SECURITIES CHUBB BROTHERS, BANKERS, Opposite the Treasury. THE HOUSE OF CHUBB BROTHERS. Washington, is composed of CHAS. St. J. CHUBB. JOHN D. BARROW,* THE HOUSE OF 1 HOLMES. CHUBB BROTHER, BARROW A CO.. Davenport. Iowa, is oomposed of CHAS. St. J. CHUBB, 1? .r Aa^EX'R H.BARROV^, J*P 27?tf WM. H. DOUGAL. HOME MADE CARRIAGES. We have on hand, of our own manufacture, a line assortment of all kinds of CARRI . AGES of the very U-sf, Istest. and mostS approved styles,and warmnted in point of W??? workmsnship and material, to be equal to any made V' " "h'ngfon or any other oity in the United States. We respectfully solicit a call from the citisens and strangers to examine our work ? as we are determined to let none surpass us either in quality of work or in low prices. We also do every kind of REPAI RING in a work manlike manner, and at reasonable pnoes. -'r. <-!irr|ages taken inv,P?yj^l}Q).'J(,.?nt for new and at a fair price may l2-6m FLYNN A CO. m MY STOCROF BOOTS AND SHOKS being aU?ut the largest in this oity at tins, time, and having been purchased before the] rise in Leather, can l>c sold at about 15 to 2ii{ per cent, less than goods purefiased at this' UinOs C&il and examine for yourselves, nt , ,, . ? .. .. ?? P. HOOVER'S, _ 11 _ Ha'^ Pa- ?Hh ami loth sVa. |> fiACK HER R V BR AN D Y.-We havelhird^ BKHRVHR r^k'MfJarrr Bro'h,>r,? ?LACIC Mr.KKY IIHANDi , which is a hue article, and gunrsntee it to curethe Diarrhea in its worst form. r or sale wholesale or retail by . AKNYASHINN, "g W Green ?t.. (ieorsetown. I A W BOORS. J Wharton's American Criminal Law ; fourth edition. EK$ToX,X\?utp't<*'w Pritehard's Admiralty Digest. Addison on Contracts; new edition. n7ii*eW'p5'c Statutory and Constitutional Iaw. Hill on Trustees- new edition. Chitty en the Uv of Carriers. -*"li FRANCK TAYLOR. (JMOKKD BEEF-SMOKED BKFF ?A Int ?f

t^-dahy?^ fo/ii^bil,KKF fur ^"^"".reoeiveif i. -?i v K,N0 4 UURCHF.LL, f1 eor. V ermont ave. and isth street. 0 1 flini-:DRrGR5ENJ LINGER. INuKR reoeived.and for Rale by v-rJJirr-i A BURCHKLL. V ermont avenue and I.Vh street. Green ^. green o j? * Medicines. HE GREATEST ?????? MED 1 C A,L D ISCOJBRY OF THE AGE. Mr. Ksmrmr, of Roxhury, has discovered in on? of our oomraon put ore weeds a remedy that cures IVKT USB Of HOMO*. from The worst Scrofuln doxrn to a common Pimple. He hMtned it in over eleven hundred cases, and never fhiled except in two cases, unh Thunder Hu mor. He has now in his possession over one hundred certificates of its value,all within twenty miles of Boston. Two bottlea are warranted to cure a nursing Sore Mouth. One to three bottlea will cure the worst kind of Pimples on the Face. Two or three bottlea will elear the system of Bilea. Two bottlee are warranted to cure the worst Canker in the Mouth and Stomach. Three to hve bottles are warranted toourethe Worst kind of Erysipelas. One or two bottlea are warranted to oureall Hu mor m the Eyes. Two bottlea are warranted to enre Running of the Eara and Blotches nmon( the Hair. Four to six bottles are warranted to oure oorrupt and running Uloers. One bottle will cure Scaly Eruptions of the Skin. Two or three liottles are warranted to cure Ike worst kind of Ringworm. Two or three bottlea are warranted to cure the ?oat moat desperate reise of R henmitism. Three to four Uittles are warranted to cure Salt rheum. Five to eight bottlea will onre the worst oaae of Scrofula. A benefit is always experienced from the first liot tle, and a perfect cure is wnrranted when the above quantity is taken. Nothing looks no imrmlaUile t* those who have in vain tried all the wonderful medicines of the day, as thai a coiiiniou wed growing on the pastures, and along old atone waUs, .should cure ever) lititnortn the system; yet it is a fixed fact. If you iiave a humor, it has to start. There are no IKS nor AN DS, hums uor ha's ahont it suiting some cases, butlnot yonra. I peddled over a thousand Untiesorit in the vicinity of Boston. I know the effects of it in every case. It i.a? already done some of the greatest cures ewer done hi Massachusetts. I gave it toclnidren a year oid. to oid i>e<>pie of sixty. I have Heen poor, puny. W"-rhiy -looking children, whose flesh was soft and flabby, restored to a perfect state of health by one tiottle. To those who are subject fo a sick hendaehe, one liottla will always cure it. It gives greai relief in catarrh and dizzinesa, Shii* wTio have taken it had been costive for > <-ars, ami have been regulated by it. Where the liody is sound it works quite easy, bnt where there is any derangement of the (nnctions of nature, it will cause very singular feelings, but you niiirft not. lie alarmed; they always disappear in from four day a to a week. There is never a bad re sult from it; on Hie emitraiy, when tint feeling is gone, you will feel yourself like a new ptkod. I heard some of the most extravagant cucomiums of it that ever man listened to. In my own practice I always kept it Ft'ietly fnr hu mors?but since its introduction us a general family medicine, great and wonderful virfun* have liecn found in it that i never suspected. Several cases of epileptic fi!??n disease whfh waa always considered incurable, have been cured by a few iKrftles. O, what a mercy if it will prove effec tual ni all ca^eit of that, awful malady? there are but lew who have seen more of it than I have. 1 know of several cases of Dropsy, all of them ared people cured by it. For the various diseases of the Liypr, Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Fever and Ague, Fain in the Side, Diseases of the Spine, and particularly in Diseases of the Kidneys, Ac., the discovery haa done more good than any me<ficine ever known. No change of diet ever necessary?eat the beat yon can get ana enough of it. Directions for U?t.?Adults one table-spoonful per day?children over ten years dessert-tpoonlui? children from five to eight years, tea-spoonful. As no directions can lie applicable to all constitutions, take sufficient to operate on the Isiwels twice o day. MA Nl'FACTrRFP ?T ' ? . DONALD KENNEDY. No. 120 Warren Strut. Koxbury, Massachusetts. Ar- m.'s for Washington.?Chaa. Stott A Co., Z. Gilmar.. Ktdwell A Lawrence, J. B. Gardner, Burr* A Co., D. Walsh A Co.. F. S. Walsh, J. P. Stone. Martin King, Nairn A Palmer. Schwartz A Co O ifohwell, Daniel B. Clark, J. I*. Milbiim, Duntsir Dyson, Ford A Bro. Agents for Georgetown.?R. S. Cisaell, O M Lenthain, J. L. Kidwell. my 5-ly PRIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE ON THE PHTSWLOG1CAL VIEW OF MAKKIAGE, By M. B. Ljl CROIX. M. D., Albany, N. V. 200 pages and 130 fine Plain and Colored Lithographs and Plates. Ir_ fETPRICE ONLY 25 CENTS../}] 1L^ Sent free of postage to all parts of the Union* Dr. M. B. i<a Croix's Pnysiologicel View of Mar riage. A new and revised edition of SKo pag"?* and 180 plates. Price 25 cents a oopy, A popular and comprehensive treatise on the duties and casualties of Single and married life?happy and fruitful ailian cea, mode of securing them?uifelicitnns and infer tile ones?their obvinf ion and removal?nervous de Inlity, its causes and cure, by a process at once so simple, safe,and effectual, that failure is impossible ?rules for daily management?an essay on tsperma torrhfra, with practical observations on a safer and more successful mode of treatment?precautionary hints on the evil results from empirical prao/ice; to which is added commentaries on the diseases of fe males?from infancy to old aire?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 yonng. It is a truthful adviser to the married, and those contemplating marriage. Ita perusal is puitic ularly recommended to persons entertaining secret doubtaof their physical condition, and who are con soiousof having hazarded the health, happiness and privileges to which every human being is entitled to. Price 25 cents per copy, or hve copies for ft I, mail ed free of postage to any part of the Unite! States, by addressing Dr. LA CROIX, (post paid.) Albany, New \ ork, enclosing IK cents. N. B. Those who prefer may consult Doctor fLA CROIX .upon any of the diseases upon which hia book treats, either personally or by mail. His medi cines often cure in the short space of six days, nttd rnnpletely and entirely eradicate all traces of those iaorucra which copaiva and cubebs have so lour been thought an antidote, to the rum or the health of the patient. Hia " I'rench Secret" is the great con tinental remedy for that class of disorders which nn foituna'.ely, physicians treat with mercury, to the irretrievable destruction to the patient's constitu tion, and which all the oarsapanlia in the world can not cure. 1C7" Office No. si Maiden I^ane, Albany, N. Y. feb M?ly W yE HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE FOI# lowing Good* which we arc prepared to sell at a small advr.nce of coat for cash : A vfcry large variety of Turner Bros, celebrated Liquors.viz: Turner's Ginger Wine, an excellent remedy for Dispepsia Blackberry Brandy,a certain cure for Diarrhea and Dysentery Claret. Madeira, Sherry, ami Sweet Malaga Wines, ail of superior quality Raspberry, Strawberry, iiinger. and Cherry Bran dies, all of fine flavors, prepared from the pure juice of the fruit Rose. Cinnamon, Annis.and Pepperment Cordials Cnractia, Absinthe. Fssenne of Pepperihent Extract o| Sarsaparilla, Stoughton Hitters Forest Wine Bitters. We have also on band, a supply of !>r. Whee'er'f Celebrated Sherry Wine Hitters, a splendid article. In addition to the alsive, we have at all timet a large supply of the following named slock of Malt Liquors, t>eing the only Liquors of the kind in the District,and which cannot fail in giving satisfaction to all who use thein : Philadelphia X \, Burton and XXX Pa'e Ale.Plii!a4le|n|na Brown Stout,X X Por ter, and a hne article of I .ngcr Be?'r. As usual, a supply of Mineral Water. Cider. Ac., on hand, A R N Y A SH1N N, je H 57 fireen street. <ieor?eU>wn. OOft PENNSYLVANIA AVKNI'K, 60U ?*ar romer of 13(4 Street. B. H. STINEMETZ having made arrangements With a Company of Hatters to tie fur nished with the most popular styles of MOLESKIN AND BEAVI.R HATS, will hereafter meke a dis oount of 12S per oent upon the aotual market price, making tneHrit sold for ?(and not uufrcqueutly for #.S)for a low price of .*3?5o, a slight varia turn in quality .fl. and for .%2JOa su perior quality for the money. To make this system effectual, he will keep nolMioks.but sell exclusive ly for Cash o* Dki.ivkry. which cannot fail lieing sdvartageous to the purchaser, thereby enabling him t?| buy for cash and sell at a small profit, meeliug With no losses by bad debts. ... New Styles FELT HATS, CAPS, and STRAW GOODS, for Men, Boys, Misses and Infants' wear. Peraons are invited to call and examine our stock. Call at 2U6 Pennsylvania Avenue, near eorner of 13th Street. ap ll-tf IEONORA D'ORCO, by G. P. R. James; price 50 eents. Dear! Secret, by Wilkie Collins; price 5Q cents. Notliing New, by Miss Muloch ; do 5<1 do. The Kortuneof Glencore,by Chaa. Lever; price 50 oents. War Trail, by Capt. Mayne Reid ; price .?1.25. New ^ ork Ledger for July 25th ; price .5 oents. Harper's Weekly for July 10th; price 5cents. All the Magazines and Weekly Papers received as soon as published. Any Books or Papers will lie sent by mail, free of postage, on receipt of price. A good assortment of Thermometers on hand. E. K. Ll'NDY, jy 14- No. 128 Bridge st.. Georgetown. CLIMATOLOGY op THE UNITED STATES, aud of tke temperate latitudes of the North American Continent, embracing a full comparison of these with the Climatology of the tcmnwrate lati tudes of F.urope and Asia, and especially in regard to Agriculture, Sanitary Investigations, and {Engi neering, with Isothermal and Rain Charts for each season, the extreme months, and the year. By !.fi rm Blodget, 1 large volume many Maps and Engrav ings; ?5. fy a FR^NCK TAYLOR. MARRIKDOR SINGLE ; by Miss Sedgwick ;2 vols.; JStl.TO. The Fortunes of Glenoore; by Charles Lever; 50 oents. Lavengro; by George Borrow; 50cents. The Romany; by George Borrow: .50cents. The Professor; nv Charlotte Bronte;75cents. The Athelines ; by Margaret Oliphant: 50 cents. Leonora D'Orco; tiy James; 50 oents. Virginia Illustrated ; by Porto Crayon; %2?5<?. S<-huiitz's Manual of Ancient Geography; 9t. jy 21 FRANCK TAYLOR. TWO PIANO# AND TWO MELODEONS-' at #25 each, to make room for others??? at the Mumu Depot of fc|l|M W. G. METaEROTT.nrvn jy 22 Corner Pnnn. avenue aitd 11th streot. C'UBA HONEY. t The sul>scri!ier has just received, and for sale, ten tiercos of ohilled CUBA HONEY, at his Gm oery and Provision Store, No. 564 Ulu street and Louisiana avenue. jelHtf JONAS P. LEVY. A MS, SIDES. SHOULDER;?, AND LARD. Just reechred, Hams, Sides,and Shonlders,and Ijvd and freeh Buttert extra supeifine Fhnir: brown and whits Sugars: Oftffee, Rice, Soap.and flandles, and Syrup-, and a general assortineni of 'atnily Groceries, \N inas, and Liquors, hjr JONAS P. JjEVY, jy 3" ff No. V4 T?th street, corner or B street. Traveler^ Directory. pOR GATE MAY. WiiRTMTo<i Branch RR.?PHTtArwipniA, WIL MINGTON AMD BAtTIMOt* RaTIROaB. Passengers for thia celebrated SI MMKR RK W)RT are informed, that ft daily line will be raa (except Sunday) leaving Washington ftt 6 ft. m.. mid connecting ftt New Caatle with tn?i splendid iteam er tiKMKKal McDonald on Tuesday*. rhuradaja, and Saturdaya. an I on all alternate days with the elrcant and swift New York steam*!* runninc be tween Philadelphia and New York via Newwistle. Ticket! 55.**, including carriage hire on the Island. Children (under 12years)and Servants j#4J?\ TH. H. PAESONfib jyl7 4w (IntelftStatea) Ar?it_ WASHINGTON AND ALEXANDRIA, AND MOUNT VERNON. C*ha*o* ot Hor*s.?The Steamera GfcORGfc WASHINGTON or THOMAS COLL\ KR will depart a? the follow ing ho lira, on and aftor >nh July inet..J T.enre A lex and rin, ftt S, UH.atid II ft- m..l2'4. 2\. 43*. and 6\j p. m. Leave Washington, at EX. l'^.ftnd 11X ft. m., 3>i, 5k. and 7 p. m. The public may confidently rely on the Iloftt start inz at the time advertised. One of the Doata will mnkea trip to MOUNT VKKNON on Tck?oav and Friday of each week, leaving Wftahineten at 9o'cIi?ek a. m. JOK CORSON, ? rw?.m. SAMl'KI. BARER. ( Captaini. Either Boat may !?e chartered for Excursion* at any time, on application to JOSEPH tlKVAV, President of Hie Company, at hia ?dice. X>i Penn. avenue, or to the Captains on board. jy IWl 'pilE PACIFIC J^AJL^ STEAMSHIP COM One of the Steam?lnps of Uus Company, carrying the t'nifed States Mails for A ("A PU LO, CAM FOR MA. ai.d OR KljO.N, leaves Panama twice each month, on the am-""* valol the! mted States Mail S. S. Compmf's steam ers, u luch Uiftve New Orleans and New York re<u larly on 51 !i and 20tii ol each montli wit h the mails, and'passenger.? connecting via PANAMA RAIL ROADS. These stenmahi;** hare l<een inspected and ap proved by the Navy Department, and iMtarant> spt-// tiH'l \U I'll/ The Panama Kailroail (47 milea Inns) is mWflimi tleted froiu ocean to ocean, and is crossed :n Sur 4 iMiurs. Tlie hasfc.i*?id v:tx*eimers is checked hi New York throu?;fi to San Francisco, and pafceeer.ef* are emtiark. d at Pannma Ry steamer attlie Compaq's expense. The mone> pud iu New Yoik covers all exj?t?ii*esof tho trip. Reserve ateriMi??rp are kept in port in Panama and sail Fra-ioiaco. to prevent detention in rawl acci dent, so that the route is entirely no fail ure having occnrre<l in fight jears. Passenger* leave Panama the tame day ttiey ar rive at Aspinwa!!. Conductors go through by each steamer, *r<1 take charge <>f women and children without other protec tors. For through tickets at the lowest ratee apply ftt tlieaxeuc), 177 West street. New I. \V. RAYMOND,? t to ARMSTRONG. IIARRIS A CO., New Oilcan*,- or jy 24-M C. I.. BA RTLF.TT. Boston. j?OR OLD POINT AND NORFOLK. The Steamer MARYLAND will, on the 8th of July,commence running regularly to the above places, leaving Washington! (Eleventh ?t. wh&rt > fvery W'Kl)-' N FSDAY and SATURDAY ftt 9o'rtoo.k a m. Re turning, will letrve Norfolk every MONDAY ftnd THURSDAY at 4 o'clock p. m. She will touch, going awl returning, at OLD POINT. PINKY POINT. BI-ACKISTONK'S ISLAND, and the usual landings on the Potomac. Passage, including iiKtals, to Old Point and Nor folk. FIVE DOLLARS. jeSf?-tf WM. MITCHKLL. U NITKD STATKS MAIL LINK ONLY RKtiULA H I.I\E A?m wiTTtorT FAiLrRF rim eight \r.AR?,rot CALIFORNIA AND ORTTJON VIA PANAMA RAILROAD. Herular Sailing Days, 5th f 2f>th of tath month. Cat-tion.?So manr fraudaand nrp"' turns of various kinds have been iat perpetrated on travellers beundtoCALr-"?^^^* FORNIA. that the subscriber, the only ftatliorized A?ent f??r paasage br thoX'. S. Mail Line, via Pana ma. in the city of New York, fee?tu hta duty to caution all persona seeking pftsaageto California, that, to avoiu imposition, they must he mrefnl to find the true (>fficc of the Steamuup* ol the U. S. Mail litne, via Panama Railroad, a? b? ? tiier oifiee in New York is authorized to engage paaaage. The Compnnies have only ore office in New \ ork. which is at J77 West street, corner nf Warren street, fronting on tne North River, at the head of the Com pany's Wliftrf. [?/" OUaerve my aim over the door. I. W. RAYMOND. A rent. je l'*- New^orit. HE NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL GMTED STATES MALL STEAMERS T Tht Shirs cowipcstn* this Line an: The ATLANTIC Capt.Oliver Eldndga. The BALTIC Capt. Joaeph Coinatoek Tho ADRIATIC Capt. Jamea WeaU These ahips having l>een built by contract^ipreaaly for the fioverrmentacrvice, every care ha* Iteau taken in their ct?natruorn?n, as also in their engines^ to in sure strength and speed, and their aeoommodationa for passengers are unequaiied lur elegance and com fort. Price of pftaaa?efrMn New York to Liverpool, in fir*t cal>ui,913u; inaeconddo., $75; exciuaireuseof extra sire state ro?>ms. .*325. From Liverpool to New York. ??nnd an guineas. An experienced Sur gf on attached to eacti snip. No liertlis oan t?e seen red until psid for. The ships of thu line have unproved w&ter-tuiht bulk heads. PROPOSKD Da"tKS OF SAILING. FROM XHW TOftK. f FROM L'VERPOOL. Saturday, June A' .. .1457 Wednesday, June 24. W57 Satnrdaj, July 4 1-57 Wednesday, July * WO Saturday, July 18 1:157 'Wednesday. J uly U .ln.57 SnturdH), Aug.1 !H57' Wednesday, Aug. 5. .1KS7 Siturdny. Aug. 15 IK.57' Wednesday, Aug. 19.1i57 Saturday, Sept. 12 .. .l!'.57! Wednesday, Sept. 2 .1R57 Sat urday. Sept. 26. ...1857 Wwlneaday, S??pt. !*'.IR97 Saturday, Oet. lu.... .Itt57| Wednea<iay, < >ct. 14 18.S7 r, Oct. 21 ia57i Wednesday, Oct. a ,'hS7 Saturday Saturdaj , Nov. 7 1357 Saturda) , Nor. 21 .. 1K.57 Saturday, Dec.5..... 1857 Wednesday, Nov. ll.lH.1fl Wediiesdny, Nov. 25.1857 Wednesday, Dec. 1S77 jWeilaesday, Dec. 23.1&57 For freight or passage, applr to KDWARD K. COLLINS, No. 56, Wftll ?tr?et, ' UROXVN. SHIPLEY ft CO., Liverpool, STKI'HKN KKNNARD ft CO., 27, Aoatin t'riars, London. B. (i. WAIN WRIGHT ft CO.. Pans. Theowneraof these ships will rot t>? aeooimtnbie for gold, silver, bullion, specie, jewelry, preciova stoned or metals, unless hills id lading art Mgned therefor and the value thereof expressed Uiereiu. ie 15 STEAMER <iE< >R <? E PAGE UUVHS <> E D K FA K TU H E. Leave Alexandria ftt 4S,7>s,?, l<^,' 12S.S. i.eav ap 2? Daily line f<?r edwards* ferry AN'l) LEESBURG, Va., via Chesapeake and Ohio Canal.?The Packet Boats AH Gti and M. C. M KKMtVill commeiM making daily trips t<> the above points,1 on Monday. March S3, leaving the wharf of W. H. and H. G. Ritter, <?eorgetown. D. C. every moruing at 7 o'clock, Sundaya excepted; through in eight houra; leaving Georgetown at teevea o'clock in the morning, the Boata will arrive at the Great Falls, or Washington Aqueduct, at 1? a. ni., Seneca at l.m.. Edwards' Ferry at 3 p. in., where a stage uni t>e in readmesa to eonve* passeinera to l.tM'ahvrg, Vv Returning, leave Edwards' Ferry every day at rune o'clock in the morning, ami arriving in Georgetown at sunset. Through Tickets. 91.75. Intermediate points aa follows: Great Falls or Washington Aqucd act. 5P cents; Seneca. 75 oenta; Edwaraa' Ferry, .?l.t2; Leeshurg, Virginia, inoluding ooach, #1.75. Meats served on the Boata ftt moderate prices, mar25 W. H. ft H.G. RITTKR. . 4V. ve^ Washington at fi. 8. 9%, 1 iK. 1 4, 5*. 1. it d ELLIS L. PRICE. Cftptain. N EW ROUTE TO THE SOUTHWEST. MEMPHIS 4? CHARLESTON RAILROAL COM PL XTKD?-CONNECTING Chattanooga, Tfnn.; Charleston, S. C.; Savan nah, Ira.; and all tht Northfasttrn titits, with Memphis, Tent?. The Iftat connecting link of Railroad between NEW YOR KAN DTHF.M 1SSISSIPPI R1 V F. R. This road is now completed and opeued forthereg ular transportation of Passengers and Freight, and will afford more Expedi'ion and leas Expense than any other route between the Northaast and Soaith west. Passengers and Shippers will lake due notice thereof, ar.d govern themselves according^). Passenger Traina leave Stevenson d.ufy nf 2H o'clock,a. m.,iafter the arrival of the train* frcm Chattanooga and Naaliville,)and arriveat Memphis same day at 7 p. nu, oonuccting with First Ciasa Steam Packetato New Orleans, and all other impor tant pomta upon the Western Rivar*.* Goods con signed to Railroad Agent* ftt Charleston or Savan nah. will be forwarder to Memphis and other pciuta, by Express Freight Tram*. Freight in charge of tWa Adams Express Com* panr la oarried over thu rvutodaily by the Paaaen gertrains. 'P. C. ARMt'f General Superintendent, Hdntsville, (Ala.) April Ut, 1857. ?Through Tickets to Meinphia, ftc., ao'.d at Wil mington, N. C,; Cli;irle*ton, S. C.; Aniiiista. Savar r.aii, .Macon. Atlanta, and Columbus, Gaj Montgom ery, Ala.; Cnattanooya, and Nashville, Tenn. To eouncct with the Weatern Traina or 'hi* mad, paasengers will lake the *?rAt trams froin Wiiming ton.N.C.; Augusta,Ga.;ChvttanoogaandNashnile, Tenn.; and the tiny trains fr<nn Charleston ana Kingaville, S. C.: and Atlanta. Ga. ap7-tf M A K Hl.r. MANTKI-S. wliioh he wilt di*i>o*e atalow price. JOHN RUTHERFORD, j? JJ-hn* 2d door from corner of Ijthsnd K sta.^ 1AAA CfiPIES OF ROSALIE, THE l*RA I UUU rie Flower, the most beanulWI w* published. AI&o, Darliut Nelly Gray.,Mua'0"}'jjj Air.and all thffliew music of the day j?et at our Piano and Music Store, ? :,,a It'tJa street*. JOHN h. KLif.IS?. ir l? I^A NS !? FAN'S J?Selling ofTour FA NS very low H. J. MofiAlllfiMN *r <VlM JJ 14 i p*. irv.. >>et. Hth and ??h Me. WALL ft STEPHENS. Wholesale Dealers and Jobber.* in CLOTHS, C ASS 13d E RES, A NJ* V EsTJAUM wsa? ICfm /10MI1U, BRUSHES. i?K*FUMERY, fte.,af V j, h Mclaughlin ft Ni.'s. Tr?T?ler?' Directory. W,v'"'NGTO> B*_ANCB railroad. ?s~ , Rrt?T With traina for the WeatT aritf at R?V!!L M ?htbo* for PhilWelphia ^ V?? atT2 fc?"Xor A'JBMolia, Ba.timore. i? Ii"!? On *an<*y at ii m.. ud 4jr>p. m. tte ^tesvi^'WTON., qra.nukand alkxandria railroad 9l!A'ir SO UTHER y MAIL LINE. CO? ??"8?"XE Le?vea Waahinaf an at ? o'clock a. m. ?> _ . ?? ?*>ittcton at 7 o'oiook p m. Fare faun WasfiagtMiU* kioiiiD^wl. 95 jp. f B|T Rq ?"d ,h? ^OVTHWnrr. * fi ? ?k*lr ? ?in., arrive ,n R^wv^fv* *}? ssyrssrtst I r, n?l'l?urc a distance of an mil**. ?? .. ^ a*huifctou to I.) nchburg, S7.7V M emphia, \ijjs .V.t.'ir', mu,# tn th* Virrtma ?'??? l?vrt totheGrwer ?"""" w?'*? 1 ar* fmu, Alexandria to White Sulphur, f!2jn. The steamer (JWiRfiK PACK. foot of^.^.K itrret. otiitd t.? the IX%ilroarf Coinoajraran!! .uooinitwri,*, wrti, tlietrnins. 'P*?y.runa (liaB^t* c<cl"^??laiMi Lyaeabur* procured on swwa h&B. Air^oJria. July.lij WK* A KVAN*?7fj I\KVV AN,) important scmkdtlk^ J-OH ALL PAR TS (> V TH E WEST. Jj>A l-TI MO K E AND OHIO kAILHOAD i?r - fiTMfe foff? in both directum* for th;<?u>h t>?*?en*??ra &E3i\T.W **' ,,i,J ?nVVS ? cffi oeSSdSr^a^'V TKA,N ?*!? ? M i, Jl^ ?? {g?? ??? l??Hana?oIia. LoU II.V. sr. Itff'uiF. A Cm and at same ninn* rlevpi7',!r|,,R ^UrTl*.ml? T''Prto- Detroit, Ac. by rMSSTteUf ' ?* Park,'r?^rK With Ala KXPK^SSTKAiN^ nectinaat Benw^il atTA \1 with C? a/rJ/r:?. \*-nkX!rTav?f rL. ?L FPm*i] and reaching there in bat 1* iTL? m"r*"n'f n boUfB from Wanhrht ton. It aiao eoniwct* if?rarfft in lioth 1<r, r+>*.L roada f?>r Clulliootbe. Lmauinati, etts. r&Metmic? r;r8cr^r:> "3f:?napo!ia. Ohin*r" and St. Uouis. find at CjxiBuuiatt with tit# Ormi Ohio and u!ow,,ul5^i?hXf^?'rfor M'"'*ri!le Cairn and S*t. ln lM?*?ran?hourafr,.m Baitiir.ore. H? tins train the tim* to ell the centra! ?ad aoutb?m piaceam tue \Ve?t is maefe Maa whi e the dytanc* u in* 4?u? 100 milea ?K. rier t fuTn !,? fhe ahort?>st of other mutea. From the Woat tne?o J^K^efls$?T,!"ai5terx,?, w CMtict Station and at \Vash.r.ct<?. I). C. Paaacni:era front ftaltimore or Wa^iMrt.m itmt me V takinit m..rn >^raiRar?n<l i>in* over at Cuinberiaud or lami, anrl rrsaminf ?ext inorrinr by Wheelmc A> lt*?< CvmZrtuiTln & Ti?rnJSUJ{ SiY PASSENGERS. I hecurobona^ Aocommodation Tram at 7 A.M., wi^I P a Htationa eaat ? rCumtterlaad. aad the rVm^rtfn^<??m" ali Stationa bejoal L 1" ? Ki'ing eat. Kaatw&rdlv, the iVmopSS1.? h^':7 ?'W?A. M.,an?f Acoommn" i^5Mp M <Lndftt '? r<,*eh:"?r Baltimore "?f:?? f'R.H'KRrcK train .tart, u ( P. .V . it l,^vea Frwjerick A? M" arrjrint ?t H? 'imore 12 nn?>n. A M* torf uu? vt5 *JILLTIUIN leave, at S.? riAvpAHvrH rrT(^' \XD THE ?OtTH. oiftas;;; jjstS? ind 5.15 P. M.on ?. ou.iaajs ai ?.ia a. M.. M^Tf r' <"ku2 for Baltimore at f and *J& A. ?'? X On Sunday, at 7 A. M.. aad The first and fourth traina fn?m Oa'.iunore. and the ireond and fourth tnuria from Waahinrton, will Le fxpress mail traina. Pt-.ppir.g on'y at AVaehinaUv '"Mtinii and AnrnMia J.inrtiou.J ?? nguon kr ! i M V5U^lI1" f?'w Kl?,t,'T??,rear>d th#t 9> . 4 + rum fri?vn \\ .it?hinc!(?n o??i.neot with the iraia* from Aumpi^i*. (.?\','rit\evk,lilf'H,lwl"on' fai?? 4c- VP'y l?? J t^ sV??i* ? the "T ;ck> t office Camden it S??V \r , AVM S WOODSlblT^ jy is tt Master of I mrmportation. Baltimore. T? ^V'^tf.r \ TRAVKI.HRS. AM. Sl'MMER ARKAKi.KMKJSTT. -u ?V,RTIIKRN ckstiai. railway! THO 1>AJL\ TKA r\S TO PITTSBUKG AND THW WKST. LVTR4 U.' fi" Jr!^ >at, I8S7. TWODAI L' 1 KAI.NS win K-ave <ai vert Station for I'itt? i'nes ail ^eateru and S.?uth or .\?.rtb*-eatern THK MORXINli MAIL TRAIN t.eavea l.h timore dailr (Sunday excepted) at 8.15 A.M.. ?>nneotinc m ithtae Mail Train over the great rVi'pAl afi'* I . r *,** Hr, ,v"1* n Cm^nat 1 at u,J i? < ' Z"!* ,iHy ' I" ^ houra, Miu at >t. L.<ona in 41 bourit. *niF. AFTF.RNOON KXPRKHS TRAIN ftmS'!* ' ,Su,Kia> at 3 P THK Mti'lfT FVI'R^M TRAPV leaves Haltimore KVKKV MtillTat in P M *>n?ect 1!? ?Rti l.ichtnii'r Kipree. AvVr the Pena TheTr a \I ??* Pa^bure.arnvinaat I P M. .? ?? Tt i M* and In P. M. traina onaneot cio*r r Jt I HUbiug w,th trams over the Ptiiyi,urt. Fori Ko.'road and ,tk NorJha^ ^..nrhernend \\ r..nnecflona. _'V Iraa^neerK f>r Chic**o, Rorlr laland. Burl n^tj.n. Iowa ( it,. Milwaukee, Dwt.nq,.#. s-. pan!, wa?lison, and other leatline cities m tho Northwest. ?rf w' '' ami trm Honn our!?1 foui It st ch.*kii?oK o| aara, liy t.ikmf thia ..J^nir,"?,'Tirr* ?"r Cleveland. Stnduakr. Toledo !' 7' ^ ,hl" "ad the time ia nn? ItialM. naiM <1 miU*? shorter than anv other ront#. JVi' : ?^!*rn?'r? {'?;!*t. 1- UI*. iTidiararoiii. Ter ra IlHut?. ( ?iro, and ail point* on tlie lower and ? Ipper Mississippi .make !e?s eiian*es of cars and wn^'n advance of any other roiita: n d to Cincin nati.Columbia. Dayton, f.ouisvi .e and <.ther ?r? m ""*1! a a quick ag bv ant other route. .nVL f/"T'' "CUKCKFD THROl'GH itid unndlml with mrr. ,r. . ? .. . ? ?>* THE NORTH. a* fh Vt.1,. * ? * ,4' ' ' Trati a connect aloael? T-m.fcjT I *" a"o nr," r'?^ for \V,r in.t "'.l!1*' P'^'ter,Buffalo. Niagara Falla ?.Vhu* f"Tnl,<>S "?* "H'st direct railway vUlf v' ^ /i we*t?-rn Penna* !\-ama a d Western 1^-,^- . Fassenwar. will ftnd this the ahorte.t, .?7i^ V1 ni,,bt "^edioBB r<>ute to N ia?.ara Fa::a tn.i tknauft. Through ticket a are :aaued to Philadelphia v.a Snl"l ?n<1 ail the trans., at ^ ? :. /? tram havinii sure connections. Passen jere by this route avoid trestlcfl brnises and a!' ti e iKMsnvemenee of ferry acrota tho Sus^ueliania nver? i.?ll^>T7er" Ham?trer, Mancheater, Gettyahure m 1 ns at >!?5 A. VlTand *P *" * lWencers for BFDFORli SPRINGS leave m ii A 'Y- or "? F.M..e*smicctla* with tram* ?rer tka Penaey Ivan la Railroad to H tint tnrd?m. and ?y broad Top f\nflri>n<f to Ho^wHI-^thrnof 9*f 'Tst r/a\.i roarfrrs to HodfonL o\*fr a rogid uutiii - >a*iied by a?> in U:e o?uiary? Fare rassen<ror8 for ^m.kdoma : DiH'BI.INO GAP?' . aad PA PICK TOWN, e?ve by trains at 8.15 A. M?3 P. M. or 10 P. M. WK8TMINSTKR RRANt'H. J he Cara on thia road make but out trip per day, Eorir.ecUric yrith the 3 P. M. tram. For TlIROI'fill TICKi:TS and further inf. r mation apply a* the Ticket oitice, Cn. vert Staton,, N. K. corner of C.ilvert and Fnukl.n atreela, Bii'i Biore. Bankable Futxia only received for Fare. jy 14 1\JOTlCK-N<?TICE.-l have a faw of tboae ohea 1 iy Tt'ILI-TSKTS 00 hand, which I wiah^HHM to close out. and will sell a* ?oft. Alao i UOBi.KTS and?*ber ?iLASS W A R K, that! meKt i?e aoi.i preparaiorv toachaaaein li(ii>u:eas. All Uiat want to buy oheap, pi? No. 3"*. between Wh and lutJi streeta. Penn.avenue ehn? Jdll\ MoDKVlTT. 1^70 VftPJEK BROWNS HOTfcL. /' ' J"?1 openiu* a.^endad assortment nl ity.ean'l ?" '*?. at the Kmjwmnnt of Fashion No. F7u Browns Hoia4, nest to private entrance. Jpa? ?"*' 1 IntM.V Htates ? US ,,ON?T ^ (iL NPOWDF.R. 7f iki^ with atltbe vanoua kiuds Vi ^ POWDKR,and am prepared .0 supply the aame many quantity to parties waatu r. m Um? moat favorable terma. W. albkrt K1NU, A sent for the Dutrict of Ct'lumbia. mat T?-tf rln tel. A Starts* ?i^rrafow^.'^^MJ. r NKW PIANOS'r'kcF.IVFD THIS WKF.K at our \\ arerooma, between 9tk aad 10th ata..s<i renn. avenue. i? 2" J'?HN F FLI.IS.