Newspaper of Evening Star, August 24, 1857, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated August 24, 1857 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. AOXLE. BT 3W*?A? DM!*. Lo?c ??o. Ion* **". Wb?n my hssrt fVoin eare ?M free, lorn* one uk?d tus-"do you know Adele."* And with aigha, frequent sighs. Turned the questioner fn>ui me. Murrnunnf, to my surprise, ??Adele" Ah ! thine eye*, eoft blue eyss. Soon looked lovingly on roe Looked till 1 of love grew wim, Adele! Happy time ! happy time ! Thou didst lean thy heart on me With a human fouh sublime, Adele! At Si , Deemed thee for this woricf too sweet, AHaIa ? Lt thy feet, thy feet. Sat I oft. and tremblingly, Adele! And thy breath, fragratt breath, Sweet enough to oheat th? bee. Did, full soon, euamor Death. Adele. Tears liave paased me?ah, what y Since there fell, unfelt bjr thee. On thy forehead my heart a teara, Adele: Still I oft, very oft. Hear the nlden melody, And my world-hard heart grows soft, Adele. Dreams of wealth, dreams of feme, Strivings for high destiny, Have not blotted thy dear nam*, Adele! Evermore, evermore. My soul murmurs to Death's Sea, Constant its a shell on shore, "Adele!" [Loutsvillt Journal. lW The Mayor of Hartford has issued an or der shutting up liquor shops on Sunday. C7" Speaking of the merits of a watch, Abel ways he had one once that gained enough it three weeks to pay for itself. A Good Bcsi**s?.?There Is at Fnrmvllle, Va !w??nrh of the Farmer's Bank, with a capital of Slfi3,000, whsch discounts about half a million annually of actual business paper. C7" A letter from Saratoga says: "Of belles there is no lack, either in numbers or vaiietv dancing belle*, flirting belles, dumb bell-s.dress Ing belles, talking belles;" and " bell wethers," we suppose. Dr. Reid, at a meeting of the New York Commissioners of Health, adverted to the danger of infection, spreading through th<* community by the use of diseased meatr He Is to present a report on the subject. [T^ The Frederick (Md ) Union states that the potato rot is making its appearance to a pretty considerable extent in that vicinity, and that the loss to some of the farmers in consequence there of, will amount to considerable. A gentleman who, under the least excite ment. would exclaim "there is a crisis coming ?'? was considerably amused at being gravely'in formed by a little four year old son. that the cry ?'? had come and was in the bed with mother. The English papers say that by the im provements making In the American railway sys tem in Minnesota, the Hudson Bay Company will be enabled to ship their furs to London in 24 days, now sent over only once a year in a ship from New York. r Th* CrsMsoHiM Babt ?The Cunningham bocus baby aff nr has been turned into a positive artlnjf farce. The author is Mr. Thomas Powell. The thing was performed last night at the Chi nese Assembly Ko)ins, to an audience of about three hundred rowdies and twenty females JV Y Evening Post. JUT' The Rockingham Register says: "The August term of the County Court of Rockingham eommenced its session on Monday last. The grand jury was in session two days, during which they made upwards of one hundred presentments, a majority of which weie for retailing ardent spirits without license. IHT" The Brentsville Journal takes occasion to ?ay: "A free ne^ro, named George Dade, was com mitted to jail. charged with felony, in entering the sleeping apartment of the daughter of his ?in~ pioyer. about midnight on Sunday, the 16th in ?" ITT" It ia a singular fact that not only the two I n:ted States Senators Pennsylvania and the state Supreme Judze. hut the present Speak er, Clerk, and Asaistaut Clerk of the House, the Clerk of the Senate of Pennsylvania, and the Democratic candidates for Governor and Canal Commissioner, are all practical printers ln the Court of Common Pleas at Ply mouth, Mass . last week, a suit was bronyht fi?r damages in consequence of the plaintiff's mill way being fllled with sawdust from a mill on the same stream. The plaintiff recovered dam age*. S2I)0. This is said to be the first case of the kind ever tried in that State. CT The project of Mr. Ruxton, noticed som? weeks ago. to open in New York a aallery of paintings by the most prominent modern English artists, is in a fair way of being successfully car ried out. The exhibition will commence therein September, probably, and will be transferred in the course of the \\ inter or Spring to Philadel phia and Boston. CUT" The actual number of men conveyed to Nicaragua from the rftates and California, to the flag of Gen. Walker during the last two yeara, as shown by the books of the old Accessory Transit Company of Cbarles Morgan A Sous, were no less than 7,000 men shipped up the San Juan river, and 3,SOU received from California Mr Bostwick. late Secretary of State to Gen. Walker savs that he can prove hv documentary evidence that no less than 5.700 filibusters have found their graves iu Nicaragua. CZT" An old toper, after Indulging qnlte freely in bis accustomed beverage, amused himself In teasing a mettlesome horse. The animal not al together fancying his familiarities, suddenly res ed. and the disciple of Bacchus found bim aelf sprawling in an adjacent mud puddle. Gath ering himself up as composedly as his situation wouid allow, he shouted to his son, standing near y ? "John, did you see me how I kicked that'ere boss ?" "No, dad, the horse kicked yon !" "Reckon not, John; one or t'other on us irot bjt mt> Jo/in,/or r>n AKRIVAIjS at the hotels BROWNS'HOTEL _G H Norton. Va; A II A Shine - .? ?n?n.uo j ursaiey and lady, Fla; Win S H "dri 8\ ' Ctar-ii. Ark; John CromweU Ter.n; J U Armorn. dn, Mies Armorn do. W l W Miss. A McGower do; J aZ. V,d w ^ D,C, WSlc?x' NVi 11 ?? 0< h ran.\a; \\ H W undley. Ala; G G Lake NY Mrs Geo Ste*-s. do; r (5 Lund. Texas; Win Mr v'ri1?" ' pu*11, do: ^ Pluimuer, Md; L u I'l'Wt' Morton. d<; W Cosgrove, Va; J H Cha.k.ey do, G A Chaudlee and lady, Mis* ^r,r d0, MisaGotTe do; K M Wilson, M T'JfB P'iee, NY; R R Metde. Va; W PrinVle and family, SC- Dr Johnston. Miss; Miss John u?<"- ^ ? LR.n.M; M,*? T Haliiday. do. W H Garland. A-k. W Newton, F Foote, T L I o SwL p* ?nd faml/r, Md ; D C Lylea, Misa F S Garner; J A Rind, Ala; Mrs M Pol *' d"; Mr* M D WILLARDS HOTEL -T K Vaughn, P.; J Ncw'n^eV; Md; aj r*Cf \\ H >N fW), SYlW c llubbard M?t** I a W e?tervelt; AY; J H Joyce do J M Stoeket' sr G Miller, N V; DMcKoy, do; A Hitf hcock. *N Y? Cufrs?y\V a*V rLU?rf^'n' K?i ; A i Cur ran. M , A L Davis, Tcan;TM \h Lean.NY; Mi<a McLean do; Mrs C CUrk, R Cbrlstna. fy; A H Bcutrop. La; J K Shiader, ly. Mo. Miss M T Ames Mlt?; K f* \ an??r% ?nc, M * m i x v 1 m ?. \v v. iv ' J A Johnnon, Miaa, U ^ ^ Rice, l?a; J L Townaer.d. J1"'; * J Burke, dr, Te,; M as Noble, do; MUs Kehy, do;L Lee, Eng. \\ Craven. Scotland; J H i^ J,"' , J ^wu*ers, do. Miss S C Cou/ers HP %"?' ' 9 " KIRK WOOD HOl'SE.?W R Maitland, NH Mrs Keatmv: and daughter Pa; J N Armstrong! W L Powell, J L Walter, Col J Winston, J \V Bryce, Dr Gibson. I. Gassaway, J R Wlll?er J F >V,s., W R Page, Dr^ Yonnga,,J ily. H \ Edsail. B H Yerry. Thomas Smith, J ds n ? w iU' R ^lrtrh''r. V?; W S Ashe, vt. Lp Richardson, Mass; J Young, La; S T D:rk.nson, Mj B Hopper, Pa; J J Curtiss. P Nt; G B owden. Ry; J H Blake. D ^ D*vld,on- Fi*' J B Curran. NC; J F J 'mL"; WBi",..MdvP w c MOYEMEXTS of ocean steamsH8. Stemnurl Statbs. ' ,.Uart For Day#. B "1? \V w? v' * V * *i'' ""I*"0' ? ? ? *5'? Arabia New Y^k.'.LI^Li" ? Edi^,^h^?;:*z vSk.:o?:^i::'Sp; I From Eraor*. City of Wash n. Liverpool...New York..Aujr 12 A nglo Saxon.... Li yerpool... Q uebec Am 12 North . tar South pton..New York.. Aug 12 AtbT^il? Llverfwol...Boston Aug is BeUiflu* Liverpool...New York..Aug |? Antwerp....New York..Auk 20 V>rwt?rKii7 *;,wpool...New York..Aug 2i VW^erbilt Havre New York..Aug.23 South'pton..New York. Anu 3<J The California mall steamers leers New York oa the flh and 20th of eaeh month Miicellaneom. jyfAIL PROPOSALS. (Extract from the ?ttwrotedSd Martk.lUS.) l*??? enaeted, That to in ?ura, as far w may be practicable. an equal and jaat r ? Pi compensation, according to the aerrioe per formed among the several railroad companies in the i. it u f?r transportation of the mail, it anaiI he the duty of the Postmaster General to ar range and divide the railroad routes, including those in whiohthe service is partly by railroad ana partly oy steambnats.into three classes according to the size -a _ ?*M?*d with which they are convey ea. and the importanoe of the service; and it shall ne lawrtal for him to oontraot for oonveying the mail with any such railroad company, oither with or with - out advertising for sooh oontraot: Provided, That for the conveyance of the mail on any railroad of the first olaaa. ha shall not pay a higher rate of ^m J,n aation than is now allowed by law ; nor for the mail on any railroad of the second'class iTsreat er compensation than one hundred SfiKuftf ^?rrailroad tract9for oarr'ringhA' i " ?' f? ab,e to conclude a eiui 58^ oT,th" mail' and t" con ing the letfer^??.i I w,lhout advertistng.for convey, o" otherwise Tr tL? ""ch ro?"?. by horse express ?bU hS^htiiiSi . V*taat ,?>*ed ttuU mn reason ?oiy oe obtained, and also to oontraot for Mmmr otVherS*,?fl r,^te ihe re%idufl of'he mail, in wagous or otherwise,at a slower rate of speed.) ?e Postmaster General having made an offer to the trustees of the Northern (OgdensbuA) Rail road Company for the servioe on the following route, whioh they have declined, and being unable to make a contract for railroad transportation on such terms as. in his opinion, are warranted by the ahovo-oited statute, the following advertisement is issued, in compliance with the directions contained therein via: for carry ing the Letter Mais of the Lnited . tates. also lor ORrrrini the residue of "??8h nnrRi ?IU t ? 1,1 dil ?f October, 1857, to the mVi?? ttJUJ16,*?'*?' U8'Y??)'^'.ontho following route in the Mate of New \ ork, wil* be received at th? theci'tv'of \v?#'h>f 'I18 Office department, in the city of Washington. until the 11 th day of Sep tember, iaS7,< to be decided by the ISfh day of sani month.) in the manner herein stated, vn: 1123 From Rouse's Point, by Champlain, Mooers, fc,V,Jh"rk%Aa,TMbl,r?1'- rilenhurgh, C hurubusoo, VV rightsville, Chateaugav, H J.!M nlie,u ll,l*urt North ifan o S 5*1. ^olr*? North L?,ct'K^rns,h.?r ^'".Stockholm Depot, Stockholm. \Y est Stoekholm,North Stock holm. North Potsaam, Potsdam, Madrid Depot, Madrid, and Lisbon Centre, to Od week"1 ' n,,les a,,(1 back, ??* times a Jun 00 8t??? road, ami to supply all offices off the same by side mails in clobe oonneotion with the main route. 1 TK , .. instructions. thL' ,?? .er n,Rl1 ,to l'? carried on horseliack at the Praotlcable speed, and the residue of ialil H fi'r ??:h.efWI8e\at ? "lower rate of speed. Bidders will state in their proposals the schedule of arnvala and departures bv which they K?K,',e lPp and the raie of speed t~bT?con? E rtimu., '?Pr.yo"*J? may set foithdistict sums Jr IZ ? f"r lh0 other mails, or a combined one for the entire aervica. ??J*l *?;" ??" made for trips not performed ; aP? r^^c}l ?f su?h omissions not satisfactorily ex 5n?rr? ??? t,n1?**he pay of (he trip may he dp J nt?" ?r/trLl s 'ar ^hmd time as to break connexion withi depending mails,and not suffioientlv excused, one-fourth of the compensation for the trip is subject to forfeiture. 3. For leaving l>ehiud or throwing off tho mails, or anv portion of them, for the admission of passengers, or for bein* concerned in setting up or runnin? an ex press oor.vPTine intelligence in advance of the mail, a VkBro ^aT n,*T ?Inducted. r_l- Jvl?.roafnwster General may annul the oontraot C?i^^Wajl?re^0 r!,n reeahly to contract-for \ioIafing the post office laws, or disobeying thein eharie *np?rr h^P^tmei,t; for refusing to dis charge a carrier when required by the Department to of thi ?w?,*1,n*ohe co"tP,ct withont the assent aforets?r f" . nen,l; forn,Rnln* ?nexpress as aioresaid, or for transporting persons or o/ickaees oonveying mailable matter out of the mail. 5. r.ach bid must be guarantied by two responsiWe General guaninteea cannot l>e admitted. ?h- i if R^ntceshould be signed plainly with th?_,"ll"?rn?of ?aeh person. " 7 . .'"x I>"Partmeiit reserves the right to reject any k r f ,nay deemod extravagant, aud also the c ^ ti. i !* contractors and bidders. p,' 1 h? bid should be sealed ; superscribed "Mail Proposals, Mate of -?."addressed "Second As scru hr ^.?/n^,reh Ge"eral'" Contract Office, and w.n M i * y ?r li? sa a^ent; and postmasters U, ",r\i.rt?I" .Tun,'."" "" ?""" kl"d' '1'n? contracts are to l>e executed and returned ia? fjhE1 ?nt bjr or hofore the 1st of October, r?7.'i?hoi i 8f^ViC^. mu8t f*0 conimenor>d on the 1st October, whether the contracts be executed or not t^??,rnf?*"f,on f"r ,n,n8fers w,n h? considered until narim! 7" I I8 executed and receiveil at the de partment and then no transfers will he allowed un less good and sufficient reasons therefor aro given to be determ-ned by the department. * 8. A modification of a bid in any of its essential S?J55?IiJr5lTn9".nt r? * n<?^ bid'Rnd ^nnot he re aft Jr1h* \* f 1 ,nferfere with a regular competition q r? . hour set for receiving bids. tirautere are to l?e careful not to certify the j-w /,-aran,ors ?iKeties without know ?;?i i TT re P?r8<,n8 of sufficient responsibility: Iv^notifil^JhiV 8uarantors.and suretiesare distinot ? !J l' onl(l faiIur? to enter into or perform fir ie ??rvioe proposed for in the ac SSSuu'm! **' habl-ltie8 ^'11 f>?enforc&J AARON T. BROWN, ? ? _ Postmaster General, P??io? D*rA*TM*?T, an 14-law4w August 12.1857. l^FPFR^CnrvCT0vl'?-T HKLD FOR CLI^ rh?rirf cOLNTV ,\a., at the Court-House a ?n U tnl'i lt,e 8th day of June. 1857: trat?fr ! r ln l* ?,,yn "*ht ^ M ?dminn 11 ie,d* Plaintiff. Diana Field, John P. Kellv. ard Mary, his wife Tl.'. ? 'John ^ H**nrv H. Fie d! Thol^t? Hi'ljr., trustee of Kli?a J. Kol>ertsan,i ^T::of^h"??frtVto reeorr to the Court what has U>endon* b* Ambrose P. Hill in execution of In I'lnnsr'tn r??ii1 his Court, appointing him Com mis^ioner to sell certain slaves, mentioned in the the saldrs>ales h'Vf*1- ?rdor1 ,a!'d ",l8? to "?certain if me said s i\en hate t?cet sold bv the said A P Hil' wTih th. ,- V <? Jisp?,ilion h, t,n. mii'le of i'it .tell ?"w,"oh notice I have appointed WKDNKSDAY, the 2d day ovi,,/& ?m er", 85!' at my o?ce. in this place, at t?n o Hook a. in., to state and report to the Court th* accounts rof^rred to in the a??ove order. The* will please attend with their -per. an.1 witnesses. r iL ri U ' AS,Commissioner p i of the Circuit Court of Culpeper county, aug 3^fawn?U August f, 1357. 7 gPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. v? -mo i?HN hTsMOOT, . ^ Bridge street* Georgetown D n and nf^'T ff1 tT?m ,N>W ^ork Rnd ^iladefphia and now offering at very low prices, to cash and a 1%r" ?nd assortment of follows v"z: Goods?comprising in part as 8New sty ie Silk Rohea and fcney Silka i. . high lustred u Moui Delaine# i? w?ol> Mous Delaines K?nh '/?" "i^u*6 Delaines, in great variety 5 ?^.,rWrid,e- barege.and Jaoonet Robes lafnes r> a,ld m"d? P'am Bareges and De Plain French Brilliants and Peroalea Plain celors Cravellas and Spring-style Poalina Dnnals, a light seasonable fhbrio Whf?. i?nfi j8oo?ets and Bnlliant* hite Brilliants, from 12^ to S1W cents Best makes new styles Ginghams i*'^-hambmysand plain Lustres SW^nta D<W ,n K"*1 variety, at *w?ChinA* oo'?? French Org&ndiea WH,T? Goons, in rreat variaty. I ? ?I N"n?o"k and Jao<jnet MnsliM Plaid and atriped Muslins rrch Br<>cad? Swiss Muslina Plaid and striped Jaouiiet, Nansook and Swiss i>i uH ins ^ SlrT.arlrt,VR!l l".UBion>> ?nd Wash Nets I r>? i ? ? e,t ""dies) very aheap a' Cambric, Linen and Bishop l<awna use' Cloths, suitable for Ladies' ^Shirtings Bat?"'Atwo<,d. and other good makes ^"'"hries (of Jonas's oelebrated make) e Brilliants and atriped lnd>a Dimity Marseilles for Bitsuues ai d Bonnet Card Shirt Bosoms and Shirt Collars. ? . . FsfBaoiDKRias. i reneh worked Muslin Collars and Beta Swiss Carnbno Collars and Sets Swiss and Lice Uieeves and Seta Homton and Maltese Imoo Collars Swiss Cambria and Dimity Bands Kinbroidered Linen Cambric Hdkfs. Also ?ew styles l^eeand Silk Mantilla* Stelia and White Crape Snawla ? fe!Lr*i Honn?t and Sash Ribbon* Skirts Neapolitan, and othar Skeleton Vf B*iou;s Kid Glovee ration h jac* and f.isle thread do. eScn?"*r' ?l e?#ry kind ladies and Also, Gentlemen and Boys' we*r . mikeTMtl? Oood* f?r MrvanU vear of the keariaet aSlTcSI mflT r6lr ap?n fettia? dM1^'? roods JOHN H. 8MOOT. \17M. H. HF.YL, vv IfOUSK PAINTER AND OT jttvh Will thankfully receive and promp^fa^Ve?tly?e?: JJJ'V1" ftdera in hi. line with wfiioh h"rfr end. and the publio may favor him. Orders ?in lie left st S'V oo:u"r 6t,J.?nd Csts.. or at H idenou^e Co? ^wr?- No. 3fH PenusTlvaniaavenu*(iM>rth w n! ?.7, k ** h',m.rmr r?'y on ita being exeoutod j# ?-S"eM d,*pMch'1111(1 4t "?? lowest rates. DS i^K?1GUNPOWDER. ' Of DV PonH^"WovvjiL-'ii1 th?7?"on8kinds ~"^,r <<->*???.> "'dSji&zn;!*. Inaoranoe, 4c. THI ""HSESXUlMS? ""?1?D FARMERS AND MECHANICS' INSURANCE COMPANY* OF PHILADELPHIA. Fiu, Ma bins, and Irsubamjb. Autktiutd Capital HMM!!l Omci, Noithwiit comu or Pennsylvania Annul and 17th Street, Washington. DIRECTORS. Hon. Thoe. B. Florence, Charles Dingee, leorge H. Armstrong, Thomas Manderfieid. Charles A. Ruhioam, Edwafid R. HeimboQ* ieorge Helmbold, P. Carroll Brewster, Jauies E. N eel 1. Isaac Leech, Jr. THOMAS B. FLORENCE, President EDWARD R. HELMBOLD, Secretary. LOCAL SURVEYORS. Charles Waiter, No. 387 D street, opposite City Hall. John M. Thornton, corner 1st street and Virginia avenue, Island. James Williams, No. 8 4X street. John Riggles, No. 901 13th street, below P?BB?yl vania avenue. MARINE SURVEYOR. Captain J. P. Levy, No. 367 Pennsylvania avenue, opposite National Hotel. GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT. John Thomaaou. Authorized Capital and Assets #1,473,(W7 07 ilKII .. .... #Sa,U87OT Invested in Bonds, Mortgages, and Good Securities. The following statement exhibits the bnsinessand condition of the Company to November 1,1856: Premium reoeived on inariue and inland risks to No vember I, 1856. ..... .? #214,684 60 r'ire premium... 176,79661 nterest on loan..?.,? ?. ?? 8,704 47 Total receipts ? ? ? f400,186 68 Paid marine losses #64,427 04 Paid (ire losses 39,737 39 Expenses, salaries, and commis sions. ..... *?*.. ...? ?......... 00 Reinsurance, return premiums, and ageucy ohargea. 27,474 68 #177,128 61 Balanoe remaining with the Company ..#223,057 07 The Assets of the Company art as follows: Philadelphia city and oounty bonds #16,848 18 Railroad bonds............. 11,000 08 First mortgages, real estate..?. 143^500 0# Stocks, oollaterals, on call ?. 32.400 08 Girard and consolidation hank stock 5,125 (4 Deposited with Duncan, Sherman A Co., New York.... - 90,000 00 Deferred payment on stock not yet due.... 77,700 <*> Notes for marine premiums 108,000 50 Due from agents, secured by bonds........ 36,J76 18 Premiums on policies recently issued, and debtsdue the oompany..? ? 36,470 38 Balance in bank ?. 16,456 74 #523,(67 07 B The business of this Company will oompare favor ably with the most successful similar institutions m the United States. From the 1st day of Augnst.1855, in fifteen months, up to the 1st day of November, 18.56, the premiums and interest received amounted to the large sum of four 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 thonsnnd one hundred and twenty-eight dol lars and sixty-one cents. With these evidences of snccess and good man agement, the Directors feel justified in soliciting a snare of public patronase, lielteving 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 by fire on D WELL IIV(!S, FURNITURE, MILLS, MAN UFACTORIES. WAREHOUSES, All descriptions of BUILDING? and their contents; or all kinds of MERCHANDISE, transported by Vessels, Steamboats. Canal Boats, Railroads. and the usual conveyances to or from any portion of EUROPE ANI> AMERICA, and on the hulls of STEAM BOATS navigating the Western Waters. The rates of premium will be as low as other oom pam?s, and id fixing them every improvement in oonstructiou and arrangement will be taken into con sideration. All losses speedily adjusted and promptly paid. Office, uortiiwest corner Pennsylvania avenue and 17th street, Washington City, D. C. Insurance may alto be effected at the Homt Ojfics, nerthicest corner Walnut and Second streets, Philadelphia, And mother principal cities of the United States bv authorized officers of the Company. ap3 WASHINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY. W CHARTERED EY CONGRESS. Capital ?~ #200,000.?! Tins Company is now prepared to receive applica tions for INSURANCE ON BUILDINGS, MER CHANDISE, Ac.,at the usual City rates, without any charge for Policy, at their Office, corner of Tenth Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, over the Washington City Savings Bank. Directors. Wm. F. Bayly, Samuel Bacon, Joseph Bryan, James F. Haiiday, Wm. Ormo, Hudson Taylor, Francis Mohan, M. W. Gait. Ben). Beall, JAMES C. McGUIRE, President. _Gxatto*_D. Hankow. Secretary. ap 11-ly AN KING HOUSE OF CHUBB BROTHERS. Drposits.? Deposits received and Checks paid rithout oharse. Dr ifts on the aorthern seaiward cities reoeived on Deposit at par. and Exchange on ?aid Cities furnished to depositors without charge. Interest on Deposits.?Interest will be allowed on Deposits at such rates as may be agreed up on. Deposits ip ViRei.iiA and Incukkknt DepMSits in Virginia and other Uiicurrent Money re ceived to lie checked for, payable in same funds, or iu specie, we chairing the regular Exchange. Discounts.?Notes, Drafts, and Bills of Exchange rill Ihidiscounted.and Loans madeuu Stocks, Bonds, and Securities, at the market rate. Letters or Credit.?Letters of Credit will be furnished, negotiable in the different Cities of the United States, on Deposit of Money or Collaterals, and interest allowed if Money is deposited, and charged if Collaterals, on suoh terms as may be agreed upon. Travrlinc Bills or Exchange.?1Travelers will b? furnished with drafts in such sums as may he de sired negotiable in theditlerent Cities of tho Union. Bills and Litters op Okkdit on England,Ike Land and Europe.?Bills of Exchange and Letters of Credit on England, Ireland and Europe,furnished at the market rate for Exchange, in sums to suit. Bonus, Stocxb, Ac.?Bonds, Stooks, and Seouri ti*s paying from 6 to 12 pr. oent.. always for sale, or bought in the different Cities at a oominvsion of aitf pr. cent. Where Stocks are bought upon orders, we reserve the right to oall for a depositof In pr.cent on the oost. Bonds or Stocks will be ordered by tele graph. Railroad, Citt, and Stats Bonds.?Railroad, City, ar,d State Bonds aau be plaoed in our hands for negotiation, either in this oountry or Europe. Rail road Iron purchased for oash or with Bonds. Land Warrants.?l.And Warrants bought at the market rates. All Warrants soid by cs are guaran teed in every respect. Land Warrants located on commission. l?and 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. Real Estate and Insvrancrs.? Real Estate bought and sold, and Insurances effected. Claims on United States, Court or Claims, Congress.?Claims on the United States, before the Court of Claims or Congress, intrusted to us, will be prosecuted by prompt and able attorneys. CHUBB BROTHERS, jan 27 Opposite the Treasury. ANKING HOUSE OF PAIRO A NOURSE. Keokuk City 8 per cent. Bonds. Keokuk City 10 por cent. Bonds?short. Davenport, Iowa. 10 per cent. Bonds. St. Louis County 7 por cent, bonds?short. Leo County, Iowa, 8 per oent. Bonds. City of Evausville 7 per ccnt. Bonds?short. The above and other Bnuds for sale at such rates as will pay the purchaser at least 10 or 12 per cent, per snnum interest. All kinds of State. City, Railroad, and other Stooks and Bonds bought or sold. Also, Notes secured by Real Estate, negotiated or purchased. PAIRO A NOURSE. JCT Interest allowed on deposits at the rate of six per oent. per annum when left for thirty days or looser. _ jy 23-*. m B INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITES. MONEY to LOAN onSTOCK SECURITIES CHUBB BROTHERS, BANKERS, an 27?tf _ Opposite the Treasury. PROGRESS IN THE FINE ARTS. JL Painting and Photography Combined. P H O TO G R A P hTc PORTRAITS, In Oil Colors, on Canvas, Mikiatdre or Sizr or Lifr. S. WALKER'S PORTRAIT AND PICTURE GALLERY, Odeou Hail, corncr 4>? st.and Pennsylvania avenue, S. WALKER has fitted up the above spacious apartments at a vert great outlay of capital, tiioreby rendering his establishment one of the most com plete ana handsdme in the whole oountry. He has a large Gallery for free exhibition of upward of 2<io fine Oil Paintings, by some of the best anoient and modern masters, to which he intends to add fresh importations. S.Wai er has also fitted up a com plete suit of rooms, with private robing apartments lor Indies, and purchased the finest possible instru ments, and engaged a first class operative artist to ? u .1 .1 . /? - - '? ii . . - iibiiiii irun ii'iurf io size CJ life. S. Walker, by oombining tlie Photographio Pro cess with the art of Painting. of which he has had 25 years' experience, and whose specimens life sine portraits may be seen in some of the first farm lies of the city, as wall as those exhibited in his Gallery, he will be able, by the combination of tho two, to produoe portraits that have never been ex celled for their fidelity and life-like expression. Can vas and boards prepared bv himself expressly for the purpose. Particular attention paid to the painting of Por traits, Miniature or life-sixe, from small pioturea of deceased friends. Photographs taken from oorpses, or aiek persons taken at their own residonoes, on immediate notice. Committees aud classes taken in any number in groups, ami anr quantity of oopies from the same sold at reasonable charges. Likenessespainted on Copper for Tomb Stones. Valuable Oil Paintings, and Old Family Portraits, onrefully bock lined and restored to their original Ireshnett. . Ladies and gentlemen are respeotfully solioited to call at the Gallery, over Shillington'a hook aiora? entrance rtreet, twe doors from Pennsylvania arena*. jy n-t* Medicine*. T-WS-vrm OF THi . I SCO 7 M AY E AGE. Mr. KoraxDT, of Roxharr, baa diaoovered in on* of our common future weed* a remedy that oure* srmmT unn or hpmox, from Tk* worst Scrofula down to ? tommem Pimple. H* has triad it la over eleven hundred aaa?s, and never fluted except in two oases, both Thunder Hu mor. He ha* now in his pos*e**ion over one hundred oertifioatea of lU value,all within twenty mile* of Boston. , _ Two bottle* arc warranted to oure a nursing Bora ylOo?io three bottle* will our* the went kind of Pimple* on the Faoe. ? . Two or three bottle* will olear th* system of Bile*. Two bottles are warranted to oar* the wocet Canker in the Mouth end Stomach. . , Three to fave bottle* are warranted t?eare th* worst kind of Erysipelas. One or two buttles are warranted to oure all Hu mor in the Eye*. , ^ ... Two hottlos are warranted to on re Running of the Ears and Blotche* among the Hair. Four to six tx>t tier are warranted to oure oorrupt and running I'loers. One bottle will oure Soaly Eruption* of th* Skia. Two or throe bottles are warranted to on re the worst kind of Ringworm. Two or three bottles ar* warranted to oure the most most desperate oase of Rheumatism. Three to four bottle* are warranted to oar* Salt rheum. _ Five to eight bottle* will oure the worst oeee of SoToftala.

A benefit is always experienced from the fir*t bot tle, and a perfect oure is warranted when the above | quantity is taken. Nothing looks so improbable to thoee who have in rain tried all the wonderful medicines of the day, as that a common weed growing ou the pastures, and along old stone walls, should cure every humorinthe system ; yet it is a fixed fact. If you have a humor, it has to start. There are no IFS nor ANDS, hums nor ha'* about it suiting some oaaes, butinot yours. I peddled over a thousand bottles of it in the vicinity ol Boaton. I know the effect* of it in every oaae. It um already done some of the greatest oure* ever done in Maasaohusetts. I gave it to children a year oid. to otd peopie of sixty. I have seen poor, puny, wormy-looiing children, whose flesh was sort and flabby, restored to a perfeot state of health by one bottle. To those who are subject to a siok headache, one bottle will always oure it. It give* greet relief in catarrh and dianness. Some who have takea it had been costive for years, and have been regulated by it. Where the body i* sound it works quite easy, but where there is any derangement of the functions of nature, it will oaus* very singular feelings, but you must not be alarmed; they always disappear in from four days to a week. There is never a bad re sult from it; on the oontrary, when that feeling i* tone, you will feel yourselT like a new person. I heard some of the most extravagant encomiums of it that ever man listened to. In mj own praotioe I always kept it atriotly for hu mors?nut since its introduction as a general family medicine, great and wonderftil virtue* hav* been found in it that I nttver suspected. Several oases of epileptic fits?a disease which wai always oonsidered incurable, have been cured by a few bottles. O, what a mercy if it will prove effec tual in all cases of that awful malady?there ar* but few wito have seen mou of it than I have. I know of several oases of Dropsy, all of them aged people cured by it. For the various diaease* of the Liver, Sick Headaohe, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Fever and Ague, Pain in the Side, Disease* of the Spine, and particularly in Diseases of the Kidneys, Ac., the discovery has done more good than any medioiue ever known. No chant* of diet ever n*o?**ary?eat the beet you oan get ana onough of it. Dtrertion* for Use.?Adult* one tab|e-*poonful per day?children over ton years dessert-spoonful? children from five to eight years, tea-spoonful. A* no directions oan tie applicable to all constitutions, take sufficient to operate on the bowel* twice o day. MASTFACTCKKn BV DONALD KENNEDY. No. 120 Warren Strut. Ror bury, Massachusetts. Agents for Washington.?Cha*. Stott A Co., Z. Oilman, Kidwell A l^wrence, J. B. Gardner, Burry A Co., D. Walsh A Co., F. S. Walsh, J. P. Stone. Martin King, Nairn A Palmer, Schwart* A Co.. O Boswell, Daniel B. Clark, J. P. Milburn, Dunbar ykon. Ford A Bro. Agents for Georgetown.?R. S. Cissell, O M Lent ham, J. L. Kidwell. mvft-ly _ n PRIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE O.l THK PHTSIO LOGICAL VIEW OF MARRIAGE, By M. B. La CROIX, M. D., Albany. N. Y. 2UG pages and 130 hue Plain and Colored Lithograph* aud Plates. ICTPRICE ONLY 25 CENTS..O! 117 Sent free of pottage to all parts of the Union. Dr. M. B. La Croix'* Physiologioal View of Mar nage. A new and revised edition of 25" paces end 18" plate*. Price 25 cents a oopy. A popular and comprehensive treatise on the duties ami casualties of single and married life?happy and fruitful allian ces, mode of securing them?infelicitous and infer tile ones?their obviation and removal?nervous de bility, its causes and cure, by a process at once so simple, safe, and effectual, that failure is impossible ?rules for daily management?an essay on Sperma torrhcra. wiih practical olwervauon* on a safer and more sucoesbful mode of treatment?precautionary hints on the evil results from empirical practice; to which is added commentaries on th* diseases of fe males? lYoni infancy to old ace?each case graphical ly illustrated by beautiful plates. It'points out the remedies for those self-inflicted miseries and disap pointed hopes so unfortunately prevalent in the young. It is a truthful adviser to the married, and those contemplating marriage. It* perusal is partic ularly recommended to persons entertaining secret doubts of their ph> steal condition, aud who are con , scious of having hazarded the health, happiness and privileges to wluoh every human being is entitled to. Price ?oents per copy, or five copies for SI. mail ed free of postage to any part of the United States, by addressing Dr. LA CROIX, (post paid,) Albany, New York, enclosing 25 eents. N. B. Those who prefer may oonsult Doctor |LA CROIX .upon any of the diseases upon which ni* book treats, either personally or by mail. Hi* medi cines oft*a our? in the short spaoe of six days, and completely and entirely eradicate all traoes of those disorders which oopaiva and cubebs have so long bt?en thought an antidote, to the rum of the health oi the patient. His " Frenoh Secret" is the great con tinental remedr for that class of disorders which un fortunately. physicians treat with meroury, to th* irretrievable destruction to the patient's constitu tion. and which all the sarsaparilla in the world can not eure. in" Offioe No. SI Maiden Lane, Albany, N. Y. fen 14?ly WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE FOL lowing Goods which we are prepared to sell at a small advanoe of oo*t for cash : A very large variety of Turner Bros, calibrated Liquors.vis: Turner's Ginger Wine, an exoellent remedy for DispepM* Black Iwrry Brandy, a oertain cure for Diarrhea and Dvsentery C'arot. Madeira. Sherry, and Swaet Malaga Wines, all of superior quality Raspberry, Strawberry, Ginger, and Cherry Bran dies, all of fine flavor*, prepared from the pure juice of tlie fruit Rone, Cinnamon, Annis.and Pepperment Cordial* Curacoa, Absiutne, Essence of I'epperiaent Extract of Sarnapanila, Stougbton Bitter* Fore*t Wine Bitter*. We have al*o on hand, a supply of Dr. Wheeler'* Celebrated Sherry Wine Bitter*, a splendid article. In addition to the above, we have at all time* a large supply of the following named stook of Malt Liquors, being the only Liquors of.the kind in the District, and which cannot fat! in giving satisfaction to all who use them: Philadelphia X \, Burton and XXX Pale Ale,Philadelphia Brown Stout,XX For ter, and a fine article of imager Beer. As usual, a supply of Mineral Water, Cider, Ae., on hand. ARNYASHINN, je 8 *7 Green street. Georcetown. 1VTOTICE.?C. R. L. CROWN A CO. are re 1^1 oeiving daily some of the finest FURNI-f7\ TURE over offered in thia market, which invite the attention of tho*e in want, as w* fVI assure them they oan save at least 10 per oent. 1^1 Namely Handsome carved marble-top Bureau* and Table* Rosewood and walnut Tete-a-Tetea, Sola* Wardrobes, Chaira of ali kind*. Cherry and poplar Tablea. Mattreses. hair, oorn-top. and hnak; Comfort*. I Blanket*, Bedstead*, high and low post. Rooking Chairs, cane and wood-seats. Cushions for Chaira, Settees, Clocks of ail kinds. Extension Tablea, Sideboard*, What-not. Glaaaea of all kinds, soma extra fine Carpets. Cottage Sets, Rues, Waiters. Glass \Yare, Crockery Ware of all kind*. Feather and Fancy Goods of all kinds. A nd other Goods too numerous to mention to whieh we invite the attention of housekeepers and others, as we are determined to a*ll for oasn or to puRotaal customers. C. R. L. CROWN A CO., oor. of 6th street and Penn. ave. P. S.-We ahatl at ill continue our regular sales on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday,both moruingand evening, in front of our store. Consignments aoli oited, and in all oace* advance* made when required. C. R. L. C. & CO., ap25-tf (Intel) Auctioneer*. TAYLOR A M AURY'S ELASTIC PENS, the nearest approach to a quill, manufactured bv Perry A Co, London, expressly for Taylor A Maury, Tavlor A Manty'a Envelopea, from ten oenta a h ondred. Taylor A Maury's Letter Paper, from a dollar and a half per ream. Tav lor A Maurv's Commercial Note Paper, from a dollar a nd a half per ream. Taylor A Maury's Bill Paper, twenty oents a quire. TtylorA Maury's extrafine qualities of English Writing Paper, including tfce celebrated "double thick cream laid," specially imported by Taylor A Mauiy. Ta? lor A Maury's United State* offioial Sealing Wax. Taylor A Maury'* Half-dollar Bible*, elegantly bound. Taylor A Maury'* Forty-oent Prayer Book, ele gantly bound. TavlorA Maury'* extensive stock of Stationery add Blank Books embraoes every variety, from the lowest to the highest grades manufactured, which they ofier at the ohespest rates consistent with quality. New Books reoeived immediately en publication. Importations of Book* from England weekly. All the School Booka uaed in the Diatrict at low prices. TaYLOR a MAURV'S Book and Stationer? Store an 19 near Ninth street. HOME-MADE CARRIAGES. We have on hand, of our own manufacture, a fine assortment of all kinds of CARRI AGES of the vary best, latest, and approved aty lea, and warranted in point ofw^' \Sc~t: workman*!"* and material, to be equal to any made in the city of Washington or any other oity in the United States. We respectfully aolioit a call from the oitisens and etrangar* to examine oor work ; a* we are determined to let none surpass ua either in quality of work or in low prioe*. Wealaodo every kind of R EPAIRING in a work man I i ke manner, and a{ reaaonable pi ices. Old Carriage* taken in eart payment for new and at a fair prioe. SIMON FLYNN A CO. m?> 12-lltn may 12%m MCLAUGHLIN ACO.ARE8ELLING GOODS vylowjp order to main room for their extcn w""'"""" ?&tw8w?hw mwessejsk log hours. on and tmr BKh July Leave Alexandria, at 8, Mi, and 11 a- m., 1*3%. a*, 4k, and 6% p. m, Laave Washington, at ?X, IP*.and 11* a. a*, &K.and 7 p. ra. The public n?T confidently raly on the Boat start ing at the time aavertieed. One of the Boats will make a trip to MOUNT VERNON o* Tvbsdat and Fait)At of eaoh week, leaving Washington at 9 o'clock a. m. 8AMCEL fi/kfiR. ! Either Boat may be chartered for Exoursioos at any time, on application to JOSKTH BRYAN, Preeidentof the Company, at hia office, san Pern, avenue, or to the Captains on hoard. jjr 17-tf T^HE PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COM 1 , t PANY. One of the Steamships of this Company, carry inc the United States Mails for A C A PU LO. CALIFORNIA.and OREGON. leaves G7* Panama twiee each month, on the arn-*"^??" ?al of the United States Mail A. 9. Company's steam ers, which leave New Orleans and New York regu larly on 5th and 20th of eaoh month with the mai.s. and passengers connecting via PANAMA RAIL ROADS. These steamships have been inspected and ap proved by the Navy Department, and guaranty spud and sajitp. The Panama Railroad(47 miles long) is now com pleted from ocean to ocean, and is crossed in 3 or 4 Hours. The baggage ofpassengers is checked in New Yirrk througn to San Francisoo, and passengers are embarked at Panama by steamer at the company's expense. The money paid in New York oovers ail exponses of the trip. Reserve steamers are kept in port in Panama and San Fnuicisoo. to prevent detention u> case of aeci aent. so that the route is entirely rtliabU?no fail are having ooourred in eight years. Passenger* leave Panama the same day they ar rive at Aspinwall. . Cunductori go through by each steamer, and take oharge of women and ohtldren without other protec tors. For through tiokets at the lowest rates apply at theageuoy, 177 West street. New York,to I. W. RAYMOND,?or to Armstrong. 11 Arris * co., N ew Orleans,- or ly X-tf C. L. BARTI.FTT. Boston. pOR OLD POINT AND NORFOLK. The Steamer MARYLAND will, on the tth of July, oommence running regularly to ^ the above plaoes, leaving Washrnrton & (Eleventh-st. wharf) every WKD-"?"?" NESDAY and SAT yR DAY at ? o'clock a m. Ke turuing,'will leave Norfolk every MONDAY aod THURSDAY at 4 o'clocFp. m. She will touch, going and returning, at OLD POINT, PINEY POINT. BLACK7 STONE'S ISLAND, and the usual landinrs on the Potomac. Passage, including meals, to Old Point aod Nor folk, FIVE DOLLARS. JeS'-tf WM. MITCHELL. JJNITED STATES MAIL LINE ONLY REGULAR LINK alTD WITHOUT FAILURE POX BIGHT TKAll, fOB CALIFORNIA AND OREGON VIA PANAMA RAILROAD. Rtgular Sailing Days, 5th 4*20(4 of tack month. CAtrrioT*.?So many frauds and imposi tions of various kinds have l*?en lr.tely* Perpetrated on travellers bound to C A LI 1 ORNIA, that the subscriber. the only authorised Agent for passage l>? the U. 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 avoir imposition, they must be careful to of the Steamships of the U. S. Mail Line, via Panama Railroad, as no other office in New York is authorised to engage passage. The Companies hive only one office in New York, which is at 177 West street, corner of Warren street, fronting on the North River, at the head of the Com pany's Wharf. inr Observe my sign over the door. L W. RAYMOND. Agent. Je 10- New York. I^HE NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL 1 jJNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. Tkt Ships composing tkit Line are: The ATLANTIC .Capt. Oliver Eldridje. The BALTIC ? Capt. Joseph Conastock The ADRIATIC .? .Capt. James West. These ships having been built by oontract expressly for the Government service,every ore has been taken in their construction, as also in their engines, to in sure strength and speed, and their accommodations for passengers are unequalled for elegance and com fort. Price of passage from New York to Liverpool, in first oahin.Si^; 111 second do., ?75: exclusive use of extra size state rooms, 9&5. From Liverpool to New York, 3" and S? guineas. An experienced Sur geon attached to each ship. No l>erths can l>e secured until paid for. The fchips of this iine have improved water-tight bulk heads. PROPOSED DATES OF SAILING. VBOM YOBX. I FROM LIVBSPOOL. Saturday, June <W 1857 Wednesday. June 24.HOT Saturda). Ju.y 4 1?S7 Wednesday, July B.. .1857 Saturday, July 18 1357 Wednesday, July 22. .HOT Saturday, Aug. 1 1R57 Wednesday, Aug. 5 -1*57 Saturday, Aug. 15 1857 Wednesday, Aug. 19.1857 iNiturday, Sept. 12 .. .1837 Wednesday, Sept. 2 1857 Saturday, Sept. 26... .1857 Wednesday, Sept. an. 18.57 Saturday, Oct. 1? HOT Wednesday, Oat. 14. 1857 Saturday, Oct. 2? HOT Wednesday, Oot. 88. .'867 Saturday, Nov. 7 iHj?, Wednesday, Nov. 11.1857 Saturday, Nov. 21. ...1867, Wednesday, Nov. 25.1857 Saturday, Deo.5-^?. 18S7 Wednesday, I?e<j. 9 I Wednesday, Dec. Si.1857 Eor freight or passage, apply to DWARD K. COLLINS. No. 5?, WaU ftraat, New York. BROWN. SHIPLEY A CO., Liverpool. STEPHEN KENNARD k CO., 2T, Austin Friars, London. B. G. WAIN WRIGHT 4 CO., Paris. The owners of these ships ?i.l not be accountant for gold, silver, bullion, specie, jewelry, precious stones or metals, unless bill* of lading are signed therefor and the value thereof expressed therein. jo IS ttTEAMKR GKORGE PAGE. ?> HOURS OF DEFARTURE.i Leave Alexandria at 4K. 7Jtf, 9.10!^,' 12H. 3. 6*. Leave Washington at 6, ?, UK. 4, 5S. 7. ap 2f> d ELLIS L. PR ICE, Captain. DMHAILY LINE FOR EDWARDS' FERR^ AND LEESRURG, Va., via Chesapeake and Ohio Lanal.?The Packet Boats * w t GO and M. C. .MEIGS, will oommenet-^^jbeeg>?2 making daily tripr. to the aliove points. - or Monday. Maroh 23. leaving the wharf of W. H. and H. G. Rittcr, Georgetown, D. C. every morning at 7 o'olock, Sundays excepted; througn in eight hours; leaving Georgetown at iseven o'clock in the morning, the Boats will arrive at the Great Fails.or Washington Aqueduct, at 10a. m., Seneca at 12m. Edwards' Ferr) at 3 p. in., where a stage will be id readiness to convey passengers to Ls^shurg, Va. Returning, leave Edward*' F erry every day at cine o'clock in the moriung.and arriving in Georgetowr at sunset. ???'?ss?, luui oivncrl. Ml served on the Boats at moderate prices. n"ir2s W. H. k H. G. RITTER. f^EVV ROUTE TO THE SOUTH WEST. MEMPHIS t CHARLESTON RAILROAD COMPLSTBD?cohnbctimg Ckattanooga, Tenn.; Charleston, S. C.; Saran ?ak, Ua? and all tkt NortktatUrn cttto. Mill Mttnpkii, Tenn. The last connecting link ofRailroadbeVweanNEW YORK AN DTHE MISSISSIPPI RIVER. This road is now completed and opened for the reg ular transportation of Passengers and Freight, and will afford more Expedition and less Expeuse than any other route between the Northeast and South west. Passengers and Shippers will take due notioe thereof, and govern themselves aocordinglv. Passenger Trams leave Stevenson daily at 2H o'clock, a. m., (after the arrival of the trains from Chattanooga and Nashville,)and arriveat Memphis same day at 7 p. m., connecting with First Class Steam Packets to New Orleans, and all other impor tant points upon the Western Rivers.* Goods con signed to Railroad Agents at Charleston or Savan nah, will bo forwarded to Memphis and other points, by Express Freight Trains. Freight in oharge of the Adams Express Com* pany is carried over this route daily by the Passes gertraius, F. C. ARM?-f General Superintendent. Hu?(tsVILLI, (Ala.) April l?t, 1857. ?Through Tickets to Memphis, &e., sold at Wil mington, N. C,; Charleston, S. C.; A ugusta. Savan nah, Maoon. Atlanta, and Coluinhus. Gaj Montgom ery, Ala.; Chattanooga, and Nashville. Tenn. To oonuect with the Western Trains on this road, passengers will take the m?At trains from Wilming ton. N. C.; Augusta,Ga.;Ch?tUnoogaandNashvilie Tenn.; and the day trains from Charleston and Kingsvitle. S. C.: and Atlanta. Ga. ap 7-tf Ntm EW GROCERY. WLNE, AND LIljUOR STORE. The snbsoriber begs to inform his friends and the puMio, that he has opened a NEW STORE, corner of 12th street and l<ouisisna avenne, where he in tends to keep constantly on liand a large and varied assortment of Foreign and Domestic WINES. LI QUORS, CIGARS, and FINE GROCERIES, consisting of Fine Teas. Sugar,Coffee, Fiour.Soap, Olives. Raisins, Figs. Sardines, Anchovies, Otard, Marrett k Co,, Pinet k Co.. and Col. Cliabard'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's Edinburgh Ale, Annisette, Maraschino, Curaooa. Absynthe, Champagne, and a large and varied de scription of Havana Cigars. Also. Stoughton Bitters, and Fever and Ague Bitters. Porter, Ale,and Cider. Families are particularly invited to call and exam ine the stock before purchasing elsewhere. Mrm bers of Congress are also informed that their ordors will be promptly attended to. and delivered at their residences at the shortest nutioc. A general assortment of fine Havana Cigars, im Girted direot by the subscriber, at wholesale aud re i? Canal Boats supplied on reasonable terms, and produoe taken in exohange. Levy's Old Whiskey, constantly on hand.of 184". Country orders punctually attended to, and coun try produoe of ail descriptions received on eonsigB ment. JONAS P. LEVY. jc>-tf No. 554 Twelfth street. 1> LACK BERRY BR ANDY.?We have this day li received a supply of Turner Brother s If LACK BERRY BRANDS', which is a hue artioU.and guarantee it to cure the Diarrhea in its worst form. For Ml. vbol.a.1. or ".?]> jfNV t SH|NN. fy 22 gn Green st.. GeorgeUiana. RKEN G I N G E R ? GR EEN GINGKR.? Jy as Vermont avenue and 15th street. - Travolta' Directory. yyfStisoToN JIRnch BAiLioAoT Pros) WASHINGTON Xlk m., n?Metit| It Relay with trains ft* the W?t, and at Baltimore with those for Philadelphia Mid New York: at U a. ?.. for A unapoiis, llaitimoce. Philadelphia, ami New York ; at 3 p. m. for Baitimor* and Norfolk, and at it nay with Frederick traia. KX I'R KSS at 4.31 j. m . at Kela* ft* Che W*t. and for Annapolis. Baltimore, PhnacMptm, aad F raifl&Slft 1 ft(5VE?b w^ftSk IN G TO N at 4.15 and 9.15 a. m., Sand $.15 a. m. On Saaday at 4.15 a. m. and 515 P. in. )e H-tf T. H. FAiroWH.Awi QRANGEAND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD Oh EAT SOUTHERN MAIL LIMB Twios Dai If, (Sender aacuts rx^tal/ Mwmb WASHLNGTONTcITV and the XOTTfl. via ALKXANDRIA.GORDONSVlLLEawKICH MoNU Lmvm Wsshinrton at 6 o'eleefc a. m. " Washu.gton at 7 o'olock p m. Fare from Wasbinctooto KMMMM, ?* W*. For LYNCHBURG a~ii7 the ?()ITHWK.?T. Leave Washington at 6 o'olock a.arrive in LYNCH Ut'KG next moruing at 4 a.?c-, connecting with the train* on the > irginia and Tennessee Rail Road f>* MEMPHIS. Mail Stages from Char lottesville to l.jrnchharg a distance o(? mites. Fare from Washington to Lynchburg, "s. M 44 " Memphis, "* ?? The moat expeditions route to the Virginia Sprinrs?ocly mix hours' sta?e travel to the Green brier White Sulphur. l.oave Washington at** a. m.. arrive at WIIITK SULPHUR the name night. Fare front Alexandria to White Sulphar, |ltk). The steamer GEORGE PAGE, foot of Seventh at r eet. being owned by the Railroad Corny an*, runs in connection with the trains. Tickets for Richmond and Lynchburg procured oti tkc Boat. ? la.mbusasatid Wunna will ha at tM D?'p< t of tiie Washington Ran road, to eonvey pa? sengers and liaggace to the Steamboat, for A.exan dna, a distance of six milea, aliowiu* ample l.tna for msals. JAMES A. EVANS. Arert. Alexandria, Jaly. 1*77. jy i-if N JEW AND IMPORTANT SCHEDULE. FOE ALL PARTS'OP THE WEST. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. The recent extension and improvement of its lead - ing connecting lines at the West has required an w - tire revision of the running arrangements oft his road ler which highly imr"rta?t advantages to the trav eler are secured. On snd after MONDAY, Juae 15, 1857, THREE DAILY TRAINS wili be ran in t*>th directiwis for throuch pss??reers. First?Tha ACCOMMODATION TRAIN start* from Camden Station, Bal' 7 A.M.,iexo?.j.' Sunder,) stops nt way stations and arrives at Cum berland at 4 P. M. Second?The MAIL TRAIN atarta (Snndav ex cepted) at 8 3? A. M.. and arrives at Wheeling at 4 .5 A. M? connecting at Ren wood with Central Ohio trams for Coiunilnis. Cincinnati, Indianapolis, l?u isville, Chicago, St. I<oms. A e.. and at same piar* with traina for Cleveland, Toledo. Detroit, Ac.. It Cleveland Road, and also at Tarkersbarg with Ma netta Road. Third?Th<? ST. LOUIS and CINCINNATI EXPRESS TRAIN leaves daily at 5.0ft P. M., co. - nectmeat Benwood at 9 A ? M. with exprese irait a from Bellaire to Cincinnati, (tcttfcoai rhnngt tf Cars at Columbus,) and roachiug there in l?ul V> hours from Baltimore and 36 houra from Washing ton. It also connects direct:y. in both direction*, at Grafton with cara bv Parkersburg and Marietta roads lor Chillioothe. Cincinnati, etc. Theee traina oonnect at Xriiu for Indianapolis, Chicago and St. Louis, and at Cincinnati with th?? Great Ohio and Mississippi Express for Looiavilie Cairo and St. Louis throneh t?? St. I<oats in less than C hours from Baltimore. My tins train the ttme to all the central and southern places in the West is mnch lesa, while the dittanrt is from ?* to ina milea shorter tbaa bv the aborteet ol other r*Mifea. Krom the Weat thase oonn#ctioDfc are equally cloee and aatiafactory, ar rivina at Baltimore at C.*! A. M. irr Barmre checked throurh to all pomta. THROUGH TICKETS a^Sd at lowest ratea at Caiwlen !*tation and at Waahmxton. D. C. l*assenners from Kaitmiore or Washinfton may ri'?c tkt tntir*. road by Hayltrkt, by takmr mxn intr trains, and l>iue over at Cumlierland or Oak land, and resumine b^xt morning by Wheeling Ae oommodation train, leaving Cumberland at I axd Oakland at lo_V>. FOR WAY PASSENGERS. The Cumlterland Accommodation Train at 7 A .M., will Hop at all Stations eaat of Cuml<eriand, and the Whcehnr Accommodation at all Stallone b?T?nd t'uinberle.nd conic West. E^atwardiy, the Mail Train leaves \Vheelinc at 8Jf> A. M..anu AooomsKi dation lea\ es Cuniberlaiid at 9, reaohiug Baltimore at 5 P. M. ON THE NORTHWESTERN VIRGINIA BRANCH. Itetwe^n Grafton and Park era hurt. wa? paasencers will :?ke the Expreas westwardly aad the Mail csatwardly. The FREDERICK TRAIN starts at 4 P. M . stopping at way stationa. Leaves Frederick at 9.15 A. M.. arriving "t Kaltnr.ore 12 nc^rn. The ELLICOTT'S MILL TR AIN leaves at V45 A. M., and S.I5 P. M. Leaves Eilicott'a Milia at 7 A. HI. and 7 P. M.. except Sunday. F(?R WASHINGTON AND THE SOUTH. Leave Baltimore for Waaiiiiigtou at 4.15and9.l5 A. M.,3and V.15 P. M. On Sundaya at 4.15 A. M., and 5.15 P. M.only. Leave Washington for Baltimore at ? and A. M.and Sand 4Jii P. M. On Sundaya at 7 A. M.. and 4 P. M. only. The firat ami fourth traina from Baltimore, and the sesond and fourth trains from Washington, will be expret-s mail trains, stopping only at AVashington Junction and Annapolis Junction. The 9.15 and 5.15 trails from Baltimore and the #.S' and 4 2" trains from >\ ashington connect with the trams from Annapolis. For tickets, information, fare, Ac., apply to J. T. ENGLAND. the Ticket ofiioe Caatdan Station. WM. S. WOODSIDE. jy '3-tf Master of Transportation. Balt imore. T*0 WESTKRN TRAVELERS. SraiNa a XT' SixsEi A*r*sg?xht?. NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY. TWO DAILY TRAINS TO PITTSBURG AND THE WEST. ON AND AFTER JULY 1st, IMT. TWO DAI LY TRAINS will leave 4'alvert Station for Pitta burg and all Westeru and South or Northwestern cities. THE MORNING MAIL TRAIN Leaves Baltimore daily (Sunday excepted) at S.15 A.M.. connecting with the Mail Train over the great Pennsylvania Ita'lroad, and arriving in Cincinnati at 4.91 P. M. the following day; at Chicago in 34 houra. and at St. Louis in 41 hours. THE AFTERNOON EXPRESS TRAIN Leaves Baltimore daiiy (Sunday exoepted) at 3 P. M. for Ilarrisl.urr. THE NIGHT EXPRESS TRAIN Leaves Baltimore EVERY NIGHT at 10 P. M.? oonnectmc with 1 ichtning Express over ths Penn sjivania Railroad lor IVtsbur*, arriving at 1 P. M. Tliea.15 A. M. and 1? P. M. trains e??rrw??t closely at Pittsburg with train* over the Pittubmrg, Fort U*aya? ana Chirato Railroad and its Northers, Son*hern and Wetteru otmnections. JO" J'assent ers f<r Chicago, Ro?k Island. Bnrl iryiton, Iowa ? ity, Milwaukee, Dn'mque St. Panl, Msdisoti,aiwl other leading citiea in the Northwest, will save oat h vndrtd mil** of trarel and (<? Aewr? in tune with/oar lest changes of oars.hy taking this route. ITT- Passengers for Cleveland, Sandusky, Toledo andDetrou goby this route, and the time is une quailed, being 41 miles shorter than any other route. JF7" Passengers for St. Louis. Indianapolis, Te re Hante. Cairo, and all points on the lower and Upper Mississippi, inake leas chanres of cars and arrive in ad vnnce of any other route: and to Cincin nati. Columbus. Parto'n. I?ouisville and other prou inent cities, as quick as l>> any other route. All Western Baggage CHECKED THROUGH and handled tcitk rare. FOR THE The i.15 A. M. and 10 p. M. Trains connect el nth Express trams over the Dauphin road for Wi linmsport.Elmira. Rochester, Buflaio, Niagara FaPs and Canada, thus forming the most direct railwsy route to North western Pennsylvania and Westeru New York. Passengers wili find this the shortest, cheapest and most expedious route to Niacara Falls and Canada. Through tiokets are issued to Philadelphia via Columbia and !<anoaster, try all the trains, st 9i each, each train ha\\:ig sure connections. Pasam gers by this r<iute avoid trestled bridges and ail the inconvenience of ferry across the Susquehat.bri river. Passengers for Hanover, Manchester, Oettysbsr* Emnutlsbiirg, Carlisle and t'hambersburg go by the trains at 8.15 A.M. and 3 P. M. Passengers for BEDFORD SPRINGS leave in trains at 8.15 A.M. or It1 P.M..connecting with trains over the Pennsylvania R-i!rt?d to Huntingdon, and by Broad Tor Railroad to Hopewell?tfeenoe l y firit rla%$ eoarhf* to Bedford, over a road unsar pa>.8"d by any in the oountry. Fare ?6 SO. Passengers for YORK SPRINGS, EPHRATA ?? * CALEDONIA *? WARM ? DOUBLING GAP" and PA PER TOWN, leave by trains at 8.:5 A. M., 3 P. M. er 10 P. M. WESTMINSTEP. BRANCH. The Cars on this road make but on* trip per day, oonuecting with the 3 P. M. tram. . , For THROUGH TICKUTSand further itifor m*h??n npp*T ntlh* Ticket Calrert Matiou? N. E. oorner of Calvert sad Franklin streets, Balti more. ,, _ Bankable Fonda only reoeived for Fare. jy 14 ; fmfV M | NTERESTLNG TO F AMI LI ES. The following extraot from a New York cannot fail to be interesting. In referring to. the receipts of Teas m tins countrv for on. year up to ?*h u.timo. it sa> c t!ie> will he li, | rnn/kw pounds short of the imports of tiie >iai ead mg June 3n, laK, and that " The advance in black teas. Oolongs, sinoe last December, has been fifteen cents per pound: and Young II>son Teas, of low and medium grades, have experienced an advance of on* huudred per oent. over last season's closing prices. "It will thus he seen that the Ftrong and ramd advance m the tea market has lieen the result of ? short supplv and active demand ; but when it is con sidered tliat we may hear at aa? moment of the en tire suspension ol shipments at Shancnai, and. iu fact, that, ss soon as a sufficient feroe from Fngland arrives at the seat of war. all five ports of entry iu China, will probably tw placed under strict blockade, It would not lie surprising to see Teas at a nieh higher figure than they have yet attained." In view of these f-?cts, we bo'd ont very great dueements for families to lay in their supp'ies ef Tea new. KING A BI RCH EI.L. |cll-tf Comer Vermont av? and I Vh street. TREMOLO ACCORDKONS. anew invention ; esll aad nee them, at the Mnsie I ???pot ef W. ?. METZEROTT, an 13- ooraeg 11th aud Pvata.