EVENING STAR. ROSALIE. t. A* the san wits shining cosily One pleasant da* m Mar, And the oat vat pnrrin* do*tly. Ami the do* was ootled awav. I and my littie Rosalie? ? The oid folks veroiwtr, Who else, perhaps. morosely Had spoiled our litt le p!aj ,? I and mv little Rosalie, With lota of thing" to aay, Sa' gossiping jocosely. And wiled the lionrs awu. Not dozily, m>r prosily. But cosily ?wa>. ti. But what we said so ooailv, I'm sure 1 cannot say, I only know that Koran* Waa beautiful that day : A id that wnile the dog so tl->Bily i'poa the carpet lay. And while the cat composedly Slept all tlie time away. I aud inv littie KumIik Had lots of things to aay ; And said thein so jocoael*. We wiled the hours away Not doxily. nor prosily. Bui cosily that dar. lit. Yet though we talked jocosely Aa the hour* they sped awai, I and my 1 ttle Rosalie, Like children were at pla? ; And though what we s?am ao cosity, I'm sure 1 cannot aay. But only know iluit Kosalie Whs beautiful that day. I cannot now composedly Recall the month of May, When side by side so olosely We wiled the time away? Not dosily. nor prosily. But oozily away. IT. Far never more my Rosalia Shall see the light of day. Her little form lies cosily Among the dowers of May ; The summer bees huiml<>zil* Above her beauteous clay ; The litti<? dog which cosily Upon the carpet lay. Mourns now (or little Rosalie. And the cat has ceased to play. While 1 can ne'er composedly Recall the month of May, And dozily and prosiir. My hours thev pass away. IW. y. Erftting Pat. How a* Axaconim was CArrr-RED.?A few days sinec Captain Wilson arrived in port with three anacondas, which ho had conveyed to his house in Front street, above South One of the animals, a "beautiful'" fallow, fifteen feet long, and stout in proportion, become among the wis hing on Tuesday last, and it was thought he hail been stolen : but yesterday afternoon the fact leaked out that his snakeship had merely jour neyed off on an exploring expedition, or per haps he fancied himself in his native land and went in search of the elephant; at all events. Jesterday afternoon officer 61 of the Second ivision was in Swanson street, near South, when a Hibernian came to him in breathless haste aud stated that a, "whapping big bull dog was in the cellar.'" No. til immediately descended to the cellar in search of the big dog. but. was somewhat astonished at putting foot upon something sliiny. No. 61 next heard a tremendous hissing, aud concluded it was about time to leave, but in attempting to beat are treat he found he had caught a tartar, for the snake wound himself around the leg and the body of the officer, and commenced to crush him up in accordance with the regularly estab lished practice of auaconda*. Fortunately for the police establishment of the Second District, No. 61 is a very powerful man. and i s spunky as be is athletic. He seized the suake by tho back of the neck with a tremendous grip, and held him very uncomfortable and much aston ished until Captain Wilson was sent for. Tho Captain relieved No. 61 in the custody of the snake's nape, and while he held on the officer unwound himself ?Phil. Bulletin. '? Ca?*T T*LLTOTHKB FROM WlUCH.'"?A TJ singular occurrence, involving the identity of two newly-born specimens of '-loung America." was related to us as having transpired recently in Lower Mt. Bethel township, in this county A lady who was about to present her liego lord with a " pledge of affeetion,'* engaged the ser vices of a worthy dame in the neighborhood to assist her through the period of confinement. The nurse was called and very promptly made her appearance, when it was discovered thnt she was herself quite as much in need of the ser vices of an uccouckrnr as the lady of the house The sequel is soon told . two fine b>ys were born, and in the hurry and confusion conse Sient upon this unexpected turn in events, ev got so mixed up that it was impossible to determine with any certainty as to the tnaterrity of the children As might Le supposed, a great deal ofdiscussion ensued, and the mothers of the babes were greatly distressed, but the best that would be done under the circumstances was for the party present to assign the children to the mothers and await the developments of the future If the growth ot the children should discover any strong family resemblances the ladies can swop back and make the matter all right, but without such developments they must ever remain rn doubt as to the genuineness of their ?? precious darling." It is a very dis tressing case, and the folks present ought to have knowu better than to have got a pair of ba bies mix?*d up. but on such occasions people will get into a flurry and strange things are liable to occur.?hasten (Pa.) l?xj>re.is. T He Heat or Debate ?litre Is a curious error from an English paper, which we attribute either to the heat of debate, or the heat of the weathe.: Erra:*tri ?In the report of the Attorney Gene rals speech in Saturday's paper, Sir R Hittiell !?? reoiesented as having said, ?p~akinz of Mr. Gladstone, that "perspiration was exuding from every por*";*' what he did say was, ''el'tqiieiice bursting f<om every bore." AUKIVALU AT THE HOThLti ~ WROWNS' HOTEL?R G Banks, Va, T R Ballory aud lady, do; P Roberts, jr. O; A Stuart do, T 6 1 alcon and lad v. Ala, D" W Wad?- St J. J 1' Mel ai land. Cal; W W TLoiupson. Tenn: E Brawuer. Md; OR Blue and lady. Ala; J Dixon and ladv. SC; W P Griirisley and lady, do; Dt ttyke*. Mini Miss Sykes, do.' J H Brlukly Tenn; F H Thompson, do: Mr* J M Grave*. MIm; Mis E M Perkins, do, H c Adams, do; O J Cunniiir ham, Gov Pratt and family, Md, Mr and .Mrs Clarke, do; If N Smith?on and da'i^LtPf, Ala* J W Walker and lady, Tenn Miss Harris, Ga, 'w Hardin. Tenn; L Percey. Miss: M Cta Vharn. W Bailey and fimilv. La; W H Botler. Pa. Miss E D Rogers, do, J A Potter, do; Tud/e B irthe and son, do; G Harris, 3!d; J Harvey, do; W P Hill Va, Miss s ^ Egirbo.n, do; Miss M L Yeibv, do; Dr Kofman. do, 1) Lac v. do; John Chancellor. Md; Dr J Curtis, do; Missis Curtis, do; Tho* C Greer and ftrnilv. Va, M S Crosby and lady, do; J A Ba?i, Md, A Fairfax, Va; Miss Fairfax, do, Miss J C Fairfax, do Miss C Cary. do; S H Mc Nutt and ladv. Md; Tbos Hill, do C F Chand ler. NY; K Morris and ladv. Md Mrs Getting, do, M>.? Torre, do; A B Belt and f?mlly, M*s; r 11 Gougii Md, Ee? Kingsbury. Miss; A Hotch 1*"'. ; Haekett, Tenn; Sirs II Van Wiu kle Iowa- J L Fesirvand l*dy, Va; C Wheeler, Jv ?.v"n' SC> M ^halloe. do; M A Lan a han. Md. H C Oris wold. Oregon E 11 Green, Kv; Mist A A tireen. do; Miss rt S Green, do; 31 rs Van Court aud dinghtera. Mo; H Winter ^ A,d i>r 1 M Tex; J Fan'. R T M>n??n M L Wilson Ala J B Cronin. NY; E M Wilson, Minn; H Llndsav. MC; T Martin and daughter A T Fox, Va, S R.i.hay, " ' ILLARDS IIOTKL ?A H'.trheork, NV" J M Digyes. do; W K llallork, do: O Z Grav do J \V Blun?e do; H G Hand. Md; C A K< nn^lv I SN; W .\| Cooke. Mo; S Murray, I SA; J P B hulner. Pa; J Cunningham, SC, \ Amak'er, Fla; '? W Belt on, do; T II Roljerts, Ga; W Downer. La; J Falls, do; R W Graham. R W Williams! fv. Fla: *ir Rust, NV; II C l.au^hiln. Pa, \V W f-harf, Va; >li?s Hharf. do; J II C Barlow. La; II C Ashley. Ark; W R Pett?s. lv, Fla. C Carroll, ly. Md. A I) Kelly. La; W E Hunt, NJ; P How a'd, Va; T 1. Clinginan, NC; A Harper, Miss; J Hiugin- Md, J L Elder. NV; Gov A P Willard. Ind; r K Lrew. do, Ed May, do; C J Dodge. NV. KIRKWOOD HOUSE.?J T Johnson, Va: P )au^iier?v. 1?? i i? '? > ?- - --- , ?, - ? .....u, r* y ; A J Marshall. Va; J Pettit, do; C Murray, NV; C Dawes, .Md; A Miles. Va. J A McLean, do; W C Benthali, do; W D Clark, Md; M Lelier, NY; E Mo timer, Md UOtEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMBKb. F*om the UaiTXb States. Sttamert. Lear*. For, Days. Horuasia New York..Hamburg ...j*ept. i Jason New York..Bremen <Vnt -i Arabia. New Yo' k..Liverpool.. City Wash ton..New York..Liverpool., Edinbtirg New York..Glasgow.. North S'.a/ N^w York..Bremen EricMoa.^ New York..Bremen ew ? O' a..Liverpool. ..SejH. V City Wash ton..New York..Liverpool.. Sept. 3 Ed in burg New Y ork.. Glasgow....Hept. 5 North S'.a/ New York..Bremen Sept. 5 Kiiusoa., New York..Bremen Sept 0 Adriatic .New Yor k.. Liver pool.. .Sept.l^ Vaudeibilt New York..Havre .Sept li Feom FrtopE. America Liverpool... Boston Aug. 15 Atlantic Liverpool.. .New York..Aug 19 Belglque Antwerp....New York..Aug Asia Liverpool...Nvw York..Aug.2s) Vaodr hilr Havre New York..Aug.22 Arajjo South'pton..New York Aug.3<> The California mall steamera le?ve Nv^ York on the 5?h ai.d A'tL of aaeh inontk Miieell&neou*. AIL PRO POSALS. f. M ( Extract from t4? act approved id |S*c. 13. And ht it fur thy Tfc*t to iij ?ure, as far a* may be r?ct^t,le' rate of compensation, aooordmg W> the oe*er formed among the several railroad companies in the United srntPN for the transportation ol the mail, it snail !<e tin) duty of Hi* Postmaster General to ar range an.i divide the railroad routes, inelnding those in which the servico is partly ??y railroad and partly by steaml*?ats.iutothreeciaases.according tothe sire of the mails, thespoed with which they are convey ed and the importance of the service ; ami it shall be'lawful for hnn to contract for oonveying the mail with any such railroad oompany, either with or with out advertising for such oontract: Provided, That for the conveyance of the mail ou any railroad of the first cla?s. he shall not pay a higher rate of compen sation than is now allowed by law ; Lor for enrrying the mail on any railroad of the seoond class, a great er compensation than one hundred dollars per mile peranuum ; nor for carrying the mail ou any railroad of the third class, a greater compensation than hfty dollars rer mile per annum. And in case the Post master General Khali not be ?Me to conclude a con tract for carry ir? the mail on any of such railroad routes at a compensation not exceeding the afore said maximum rates, or for what he may deem a rea sonable and fair oompensation for the service to lie performed, it shall l?e lawful for linn to separate the letter man fiom the residue of the mail, and to eon traot. eitlior with or without advertising.for convok ing tiie letter mail over such route, by Imrse express or otherwise, at the greatest speed that can reason ably l?e obtained, and a'so to contract for carrying over such route the residue of the inail, in wagons or otherwise, at a slower rate of speed.] The Postmaster General having made an ofTer to the trustees of the Northern (Ogdensburgh) Rail road Company for the service on the following route, which they have declined, and being unable to inako a contract fot railroad transportation on such terms as, in his opinion, are warranted by the alnive-oitcd statute, tho fallowing advertisement is issued, in compliance with the directions contained therein ?is: PROPOSALS for carrying the Letter Mais of the United States, also for onrrytnc the residue of the mails, from the 1st day of October, IR57, to the Sntii of June. I inclusive,) 1861,on the following route in the State of New York, wib be received at the Contract Office of the Post Office Department, 111 the city of Washington. until the 11th day of Sep tember, 1R57. (to be decided by the 13th day of said month.) iu the manner herein stated, viz: 1113 From Rouse's Point, by Champlair., Mooers, Moore's Forks. Aaronsburgh, Ellmburgh, Churnbusco, Wnglitsville, Chateangay. Andriisville, Mnlone, Bangor, North Ban gor. Brush's Mills. Moira, North Law ren"f?. Brasher Falls, Stockholm Depot, Stockholm. West Stockholm.North Stock holm. North Potsdam, Potsdam, Madrid Depot, Mao rid. and Lisbon Centre, to Oil denrburgh, 119 miles and back, six tiuiea a week. Contractors are to run on the stage road, and to supply all offices oft" the same by side mails in close connection with the main route. INSTRUCTIONS. I. The letter mail is to be carried on horsolsick at the greatest practicable speed, and the residue of the mail in wagons, or otherwise, at a slower rate of speed. Bidders will state in their proposals the schedule of arrivals and departures by which they protore to run, and the rate of speed to l?e accoin lished. The proposals inay set forth distiot sums >r the letter and for the other mails, or a combined one for the entire service. *. No pay will be made for trips not performed ; and for eacn of such omissions not satisfactorily ex plained three tunes the. pay of the trip may be de ducted. For arrivals so far behind time as to break oonnexion with depending mails.and not sufficiently excused, one-fourth of tho compensation for the trip is subject to forfeiture. 3. For leaving behind or throwing off the mails, or any portion of them, for the admission of passenger*, or for being concerned in setting up or running an ex press convey me intelligence in advance of the mail, a quarter's pay mar be deducted. 4. The Postmaster General may annul the contract for repeated failures to run agreeably to contract; for violating liie post office laws, or disolteymg the in structions of the Department; for refusing to dis charge a carrier when required by the Department to do so; for assigning the contract without the assent of the Postmaster General; for running anexpressas aforesaid; or lor transporting persons or packages oonvevmg mailable matter out of the mail. 5. Each bid most be guarantied by t we responsible persons. General guarantees cannot l>o admitted. Die bid and guarantee should be tinned plainly with the full name of caeh person. The Department reserves the right to rejcct any bid which may be deemed extravagant, and also the bids of failing contractors and bidders. 6. The bid should l>e sealed ; stiperscribod "Mail Proposals, State of addressed "Second As sistant Postmaster General," Contract Office, and sent bv mai!, no: by or to an agent; and postmasters will not encb-se proposals (or letters of any kind) in theirutiarterly returns. 7. Tno contracts are to be executed an:l returned to the department by or before the 1st of October, 1X67, but tiie service must be commenced on the !st October, whether the contracts bo executed or not. No proposition for transfers will be considered until the contracts are executed and received at tho de partment and then no transfer! will be allowed un less good and sufficient reasons therefor aro given, to be determined by the department. 3. A modilication of a bid in any of its essential terms is tantamount to a new bid, and cannot !?? le oeived. so as to interfere with a regular competition after the last hour set for receiving bids. 9. Postmasters are to 1m? careful not to certify tho siitfieienc* of guarantors a* sureties without know ing that thej Hr<> pereoas of njleieBtresponsibility; and all bidders, guarantors, and sureties are distinct ly notified t! at, on a failure to enter into or perform the contracts for the serrice proposed f>r in the ac cepted bids, their legal Labilities will t>e enforced against them. AARON Y. BROWN, Postmaster Genera!. Post Office Dhpartmkm, an 14-Iaw4w August 12.1M7. N|.\o W3.1 OTICK FOR RESTORING CERTAIN LANDS To MARKET IN THE STATE OF LOUISIANA. Notice is hereby given that the Land Offioo at Greensburg, in the State of Louisiana, will be open to the sale at private entry and location,on and after the 1st day ?/ October next, of all vacant public land einbraoed in the following townships. viz : South of tht bast lint and east of tht principal meridian. Townships 1.2.3. 4, aui 6, and fractional townf hips H, ?f range 3. Townships 1,5, S. and I, of ratj:e 4. Towhshii?? !.?.3 4. ?>. ft, s'id 7. andfraot ional town ships J una it, of range 5. Townships 1,2, 3, 4,h, and 7, ol range a. Township* J.J. 3. 4. 5. ?>, and 7, of range 7. Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. and 7. of mnge 8. Townships I, 2,3. 4, 5. fc, and 7, of range 9. The said lands having been proclaimed and offered at public sale lielore th^irrecent withdrawal byuotioe N?>. 9BSL it- lefei?tie 'o railr'ia'l purposes. The follow ing townships, which have not been of f<T"d heretofore at pul-'ic sale, will be released from their recent withdrawal for railroad purposes, and open to pre-emption as other unoffered publioland, on aiKl after the dateabove mentioned, viz : South of th? bast lint end mst of the principal meridian. Townships Sstid 7. of range 3. Town lnjps 5, ?j. and 7, and fractional townships 3and 9. of rauce 4. Frational t<iwuships H, of ran^e n. Fractional townships 8. of rang* 7. Township ??, at.'l Iractional township c. of range 8. Ft actional townships H and 'J. of range 9. Given uu?ler my hand, at tne General Land Office, at the city of Washington, the 27th day of July, 1W7. 'I HOS. A. HENDRICKS, j\ an lawCw Commissioner. ITN1TED STATES PATENT OFFICE. Wasui.nuTo\, August 14th. IM7. On the petition ??f J. I>. Russ?lt an<l C. Water man. adiuinistratois of S. Watertnan, deceased, of New Vork, prating for the extension of a patent granted to J. D. Kussell and Stephen Waterman on the 3I?? of January, IT44. for an improvement in "ships' Mocks," lor seven years from ih'* expiration of said patent, which takes piace on the3lstday of Januai). li't. ft is ordered fh't the ?ai<| petition be heard at the Patent Office on Monday, the llth of Jannarr, t?W. at 12 o'clock, in.; and all persons are notihcn toap pear and .show uause, if any they have, why said pe tition ought not to l>? granted. Persons opposing the extension are required to file in the Patent Office their objections, specially sot forth hi writing, at least t wentv day s before t he day of hearing; all testimony tiled by either party to be used n' the said hearing must b,? taken and trans nutted in aeoordauoa with the rules of the Office, which will bu furnished on application. Tho test unoiiv in the case will lw closed on the 3!?t of Dec'iilier; depositions and other papers relied upon as testimony must be filed in the office on or b fore tho morning of that day; tho arguments, if any, within ten days thereafter. ^Ordered, also, that this notice he published in the Union. Intelligencer.and Evening Star. W ashing ton; Republican, Baltimore: Pennsv lvanian, Phila delphia; Daily News. \?'?r Vork: and Inquirer, Cin cinnati, onco a. week for thr>?esuccessive weeks pre vious to the llth of Jauuary next, the day of hear ing. S. T. SHUGERT, Acting Commissioner of Patents. P. S. Editors o| the above papers will please copy, and send tlfir bills to the Patent Office,witha paper containing this notice. aug 15 lawtw J RAN8PO RTAtToN OF COAL TO C11 IN A Navy DrrARTMKNT, J Bureau of Construction, Equipment,and. Repair?, August 13. Ifc57. \ Pkoposals. sealed and endorsed " Propotnlx for Freight to China," will be rceeivcdat this Bur<?aii until 3 o'clock, the l.sth Septemlier next, for the transportation of not exceeding 4."**' tons id Anthra cite Cowl from theport of Philadelphia, in such quan tities as may bci.nered, and the Department deem proper to accept, to.b* d<-li vererl to the United 5r *t? s Naval Storekeepers at Hong-Kong and Shanghai, us rnriT t?c d; reote<|. The offer will state the price per ton of2,240 Uw. for that delivered without primage or eny other ex tra charge, and also the rate at which demurrage will Iwciiarred. No other than enrgo for the Gov eminent to lie receiveil on t??ard. If the draught of water of the vessel offered makes any lighterage ncces*aiy in loading, it will be :;t the o?>st id the vessel; but t:oisl despatch will l?e given in loading. For the delivery of the Cusl witinn reaeh of the ship's tackle at the ports in China lay days will l>e demanded, at the rnte of one fair-wea ther working da> for every 3U tous ??f coal. The vessi l nnrned must stand A No. 1, and pass the usual inspection by suoh officers as may tie ap pointed bv the Commandant of the Yard where the s)np may l?e; and if not offered for inspeotien within three days after a notice has lieen given, the De Cartment will make such other arrangement as will est subserve thej-ublic interest. The vessel must be in Phi ladelplna ?nd ready to h?ad within ten days alter she ha* passed inspection, and the notioc of accept inee given. ind awl weather permitting, the vessel must ?ed within live'ls?s after being loaded and the bills of Irding si*n^i|; otherwise there wiil Is* dednoted from the freight money, for each and every day'sde lay in sailing (?eyond the hve days named, a sum e^ual to the amount demanded per da> fortlemar yege t'symerit will Iw made within thirty Anys sfter the present at ion #>f receipts in triplicate of ot" delivery ? if th'? C'?a' by any N?vy A<eni in tb? United Statwe that the . iibter may select, who will l>e designated m tlj? ehMleg party. a,u h j?w4w Insurance, Ac. ?PROTECTION AND INDEMNITY PROM I LOSS AND DAMAGE BY FIRE, THE PERILS OF THE SEA. AND INLAND TR Ay SPOUT A TIO N. FARMERS AND MECHANICS* INSURANCE COMPANY, OF PHILADELPHIA. Fnii Mitim, and Inland Insurance Autkorixti C*p\t*l 1 fl.&VTO!!! OrricE, Noithwrit cobnwe of Pknnstlvania Avenue and 17th Stbebt, Washington. DIRECTORS. Hon. Thos. B. Florenoe, Charles Dingee, George II. Armstrong, ThumM Maiiderfield. Char leu A. Kabicam, Edwa*sl K. Helmbold, Georee Helmtx'itl, P. Carroll Brewster, James E. Neall. Iimo Leech. Jr. THOMAS B. FLORENCE, Pretidmt. EDWARD R. HELM BOLD, Secretary. LOCAL SURVEYORS. Charles Waiter, No. 3H D street, opposite City Hull. A John M. Thornton, corner lat street and Vtrnnia avenue, lslnnd. James Williams, No. 22 4X street. John RiCKlei, No. 501 13lh street, below Pennsyl vania avenue. MARINE SURVEYOR. Captain J. P. Levy, No. J67 Pennsylvania avenae, opposite.) National Hotel. UENERAL SU PERINTF.NDENT. John Thompson. Aulhoriztd Capital and Asutt. ? $1,473,0i7 07 Atutt . *:>?i,ndv(n Invested in Bonds, Mortgages,and Good Securities. The following statement exhibits the business and oondition of the Company to November*, 1856: Premium roceivedon marine and inland risks to No vember I, 1856. ?? ? ?? $214,604 60 Fire premium......176.7S6 61 Interest on loan.?? ?? ? 8,7"4 47 Total receipts ? ?? $400,185 68 Paul marine losses........$64,427 04 I'aid fire losses. .. 3b,731 SJ Expenses, wvianos, and commis sions 45,489 00 Reinsurance, return premiums, and agency oharges 27,474 68 .1177,128 61 Balance remaining with the Company. .$223,067 07 Tk? Assets of the Company art at follows : Philadelphia city and county bonds $16,848 18 Railroad bonds... ? ? ? ..... 11 ,f?oo 00 First mortgages, real estate..... 143-W oo Stocks. collaterals, on call....... ........ 32,4'*' oo iiirard and consolidation l?ank stook. 5,125 00 Deposited with Duncan, Siierinan Jt Co., New York so.mio w Deterred payment on stock not yet due 97,700 oo Notes for ir.arme premiums lOR.nftc 50 Pile from ageuts, secured by (winds 3'>,37t> 18 remiuuis on policies roomily issued, and debts iluo the company 86,47" 38 Balance in bank ?- ?>- "5,4.* 74 $523,057 07 The business of thi* Company will oompare favor ably with the most successful similar institutions in the United States. From the 1st day of August, 1855. in fifteen months, up to the 1st day of November, 1856. the premiums and interest received amounted to the large sum ol four hundred thousand one hundred and euhty-nve dollars and sixty-eicht cents, with the payment of losses and expenses of one hundred and seventy seven thousand one hundred and twenty-eight col lars and sixty-one cents. With these evidences of success and good man agement, the Directors feel justified in soliciting a share of public patronage, believing that the security offered is ample, and that all fair claims will be ad justed more according to equity than legal technical ities. . ... The Company is prepared to issue policies against loss or damage ny fire on DWELLINGS, FURNITURE, MILI.S.MAN UFACTORIES. WAREHOUSES, All descriptions of BUIl.DI N<?S and thoir contents; or all kinds of MERCHANDISE, transported by Vks?ki>,Steamboats, Canai. Boats. Railroads. and the usual conveyances to or from any portion of EUROPE AND AMERICA, and on the hulls of STEAMBOATS navigating the Western Waters. The rates of premium will be as low as other oom panies, and in fixing them every improvement in construction and arrangement will be taken into con sideration. All losses speedily adjusted and promptly paid. Office, northwest corner Pennsylvania avenue and 17th street, Washington City, D. C. Insuranct may also be effected at the Home OJUce, nurtntc st corntr Walnut and Sccond streets, Philadelphia, r a. And mother principal cities of the United States by authorized officers of the Company. ap 3 WASHINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY. CHARTERED BY CONG RESS. \ Capital ? $200,000 ??! This Compnnv is now prepared to receive applica tions f<>r INSURANCE ON BUILDINGS, MER CHANDISE. &c.. at the usual Citv rates, without any charge for Policy, at their Office, corner ol Tenth S'reei and Pennsylvania Avenue, ovor the Washington City Savings Bank. Dibectors. Wit. F.Bayly, Simuel Bvion. Joseph Bryan, James F. Haliday, Wm. Orme, Hudson Taylor, Francis Mohun, M. W. Gait. Benj. Beall, James C. McGUIRE, President. GRarton P. Hanson. Secretary. ap ll-ly ANKING HOUSE OF M CHUBB BROTHERS. Deposits.? Deposits received and Cheoks paid without charge. Druids on the morthorn seal-f?ard cities r?*ceivo?i on Deposit at par, and Exchange on said Cities furnished to depositors without charge. Interest on Deposit*.?Interest will l-e allowed on Deposits at such rates a* may l<? aereed upon. Dkposits in Virginia and I nctrrknt M"Nky. Deposits in V irgiiiia and other Unciirrent .Money re ceived to lie checked for, payable in same funds, or in specie, we charging the regular Exchange. Discounts.? Notes, Drafts,and Billsof Exchange will l?e discounted, and I .oans made on Stocks, Bonds, and Securities, at the market rate. Lkytkrs or Credit.? Letters of Credit will l?c 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 such terms as may be agreed upon. Traveling Billsof Exchange.?'Travelers will be furnished with diafts mi such fuin* as may he de sired negotiable tn the ditlerent Cities^of the Union. Bills and Let f ess of Cr edit on Engla.ni>, Ire land a nd Europe.? Bills of Ex change and Letters of Credit on England, Ireland and Europe. lurnished at the market rate for Exchange, in sums to suit. Bond?, Stm k?, Ao.?Bonds, Stocks, and Seenn tifs paying from b to 12 pr. cent., alwav.i fMr sale, or Umcht in the different Cities at a commission of a V pr. cent. Where Stocks are bought upon orcein, we reserve tho right to call for a depusitof 10 pr. cent on the cost. Bond* or Stocks wiii be ordered by tele * Railroad, Cit\, and Stati B"NDs.?Railroad, City, and Stnte Bond" cnu i*? place<l in our har.d? lor negotiation, either in this country or Europe. Rail road Irrn purchased for cash or with Bonds. Lank VVakkanrs.?Iao-I Warrants bought at the market rales. AH Warrants sold by us aie guarait Utd in every respect. I .and Wai rants located on ooinmiasion. Land Warrant Quotations regularly lurniched if re auested. Warrants will be forwarded to \\ estem Houses on orders, or sent for sale on commission to responsible parties. _ . ? Rkal FjsTAiTB and Insurances. ? Real Estate bouKht and sold, and Insurances eff ected. Claims on United State", Court of Claims, Congress.?Claims on the United States, beforethe Court of Claims or Congress, intiusted to us, will be prosecuted by prompt and ?l ?? attorneys. ' CHUBB BROTHERS, jvi27 Opp?s>te the Treasury. B B AN KING HOUSE OF PAIRO A NOURSE. Keokuk City 3 per cent. Bonds. Keokuk City |o per c??nt. Bond*?short. Davenport, Iowa, to per cent. Bonds. St. Louis County 7 per ccnt. Bonds- -?liort. I.ee County, Iowa, 8 per cent. Bonds. City of Evansville7 per cent. Bonds?short. The nlsive and other Bonds for salo at such rates as will pay the purchaser at least to or U per cent, per annum interest. All kinds of State. City, Railroad, and other Stocks and B?inds bought or solo. Also, Notes secured by Real Eslate, negotiated or purchased. PAIRO A NOURSE. Interest allowed on deposits at the rate of six percent, per annum when left for thirty days or longer. . jy25-nn |NTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITES. MONEY to LOAN on STOCE SECURITIES CHUBB BROTHERS, BANKERS. an 27?tf Opposite the Tr*a*mry. PROGRESS IN THE FINE ARTS. Painting and Photograph* Combined. PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAITS, In Oil Colors, on Canvas, Miniature or Size or Lire. S. WALKER'S PORTRAIT AND PICTURE GALLERY. Odeou Hall, corner4H st.and Pennsylvauiaavenue, S.WALKER has fitted up the al>ove spacious apartments at a verv great outlay of capital, thereby rendering his establishment one of the most oom plete and handsome hi the whojo country. He has a large tiallery for/r?? es.kibitioH of upward of 2'10 hue Oil Paintings, by some of the best ancient and modern masters, to which he intends to add fresh importations. S. Walker has also fitted up a com plete suit of rooms, with private robing apartments for ladies, and purchased the finest possible instrn uieuts, and eunaged a first claps operstive artist to assist him in the department for taking all kinds of PHOTOGRAPHIC, AMBROTYPE AND DA GUERREOTYPE PORTRAITS, from the smallest miniature to size of life. S. Wal*ee. by combining the Photographic Pro cess with the art of Painting. of which he has had 25 years' experience, and wnose specimens of life size portraits may lie seen in some of the first fanu lies of the oitv, af well as those exhibited in his Gallery, he will be able, by the combination of the I two, to produce portraits that have never been ex 1 celled for their fidelity and life-likeexr>re?sion. Can vas and hoards prepared by himself expressly for the purpose. Particular attention paid te the painting of Por traits. Miniature or lifi-site, from small pictures of deceased friend*. Photographs taken from oorpses, or sick persons tak en at their own residences, on immediate notice. Committees and otaases taken in any number in groups, ami anv quantity of oopies from tne same sold At reasonable charges. Likenesses painted on Copper for Tomb Stonei. Yakiahle Oil Paintings, and Old Family Portraits, oarrfully back lined and restored to their original lAdies and gentlemen respectfully solicited to mi I at the tiallery, over Shillimrton's book store? ioe4)i irtreet, two doors from 1'eiinsylva.uia aveus*. J* It-f'n M+dioin?. T""?2'T,Ste r"r Mr. KiRRnii, of Roxbarr, has diioomtd m am of oar common putirt weeds aremedy that oar** ivui kind or auMot, ?... from Tk' *orst Scrofula down re m common Pimplt. He bm tried it in over eleven hundred amp*, and never failed exoept in two oases, hoth Thunder Hn mor. He ha* now in Ins possession over one hundred certificates of itsvalae.all within twenty miles of Bostou. Two bottles are warranted to cure a nursing Sore Month. One to three bottles will cure the worst kind of Pimples on the Faoe. Twoor three bottles will olear the system of Bile*.
T*o bottles are warrauted to onre the worst Canker in the Mouth and Stomach. Three to fivo bottles are warranted to onre the rorst kind of Erysipelas. < >ne or two Lx>ttlea are warranted to cure all Hu mor in the Eyes. Two bottles are warranted to oure Running of the Ears and Blotches fimon( the Hair. Four to six bottles are warranted to oare oorrnpt and running Lleers. One little will cure Scaly Eruptions of the Skin. Two or three bottles are warranted to cura the worst kind of K itn:w<?rm. Twoor three bottles are warranted to cure the most most desperate case of Rheumatism. Three to four bottles are warranted to oure Sait rheum. Five to eiftht bottles will oure the woratoaseof Scrofula. A benefit is a!wars experienced from the first bot tle, sn?i a perfect oure is warranted when the above quantity is taken. Notions looks so improhabie to those who have in yam tried all the wonderful medicines of the day, as that a common we*d growing on the pastures, and along old stonewalls, should cure every bumorinthe system ; yet it is a fixed fhct. If yon have a humor, it has to start. Thero are no IFSnor ANDS, hums nor ha s aln>ut it suiting some cases, bu'hiot yours. I poudlod over a thousand bottles of it in the vicinity of Boston, I know the cflccts of it iu every oase. It ?as already done some of the greatest cures ever done in Massachusetts. I gave it to children a year oid, to oid r>eopie of sixty. I have seen poor, puny, woriny-looking children, whose tiesh was sort aud flabby, restored to a perfect state of health by one bottle. To those who ara snbjeot to a sick headaohe, one bottle will always cure it. It gives great relisf in catarrh and dizziness. Some who have taken it had beenipostive for years, and have been regulated by it. W here the body is sound it works quite easy, hut where there is any doraugeinent of the functions of nature.it will cause very singular feelings, but you must not bo alarmed; tliey always disappear in from four days to a week. There is never a bad re sult from it; on the contrary, when that feeling is sone. you will feel yourself like a new person. I heard some or the most extravagant enoonuums of it that ever man listened to. In inr own practice I always kept it strictly for hu mors?but sincc its introduction as a general family medicine, great and wonderful virtues have l*jen found in it that I never suspected. Several eases of epileptic fits?a disease which was at ways considered incurable, have been cured by a few liottles. O, what a mercy if it will prove effec tual in all case* of that awful malady?there are but few who have seen more of it than I have. I know of several cases of Dropsy, all of them aged people cured by it. For the various diseases of the ie?r' , Hcadacho, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Fever and Ague, 1 ain in the Side, Diseases of the Spiiie, and particularly in Diseases of the Kidneys. Ac., the discovery has done more good tlrnn any medicine ever known. No chance of diet ever necessary?eat the best you can cet and enough of it. Directions for Use.?Adults one table-spoonful per day?children over ten years dessert spoonful? children from five to eight years, tea-spoonful. As no directions can be applicable to all constitutions, take sufficient to operate on the liowels twioe o day. ? J? ANCFACTCH EI) BY _ DONALD KENNEDY. No. 120 W arrcn Street. Rojcbury, Mnssackutttts. Agents for Washington.?Chas. Stott A Co., Z. Gilman. Kid well A I.awreroe, J. H. Gardner, finrrv A Co., D. Walsh A Co.. F. S. Walsh, J. P. Stone, Martin King, Nairn A Palmer, Schwartz A Co., O JJoswell, Daniel B. Clark, J. P. Milburn, Dunfiar Dyson, Ford A Bro. Agents for Georgetown.?K. 8. Cissell, O M Lontham, J. L. Kidwall. my 5-1 j A RETIRED PHYSICIAN whose sands of r_. ';ave nearly run out, discovered while in ?he East Indies, a certain oure for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds, and General Debility. The remedy was discovered by him wheuhis only child, a daughter, was given up to - die. He had heard much of the wonderful restor ftive and healing qualities of preparations made Irom the East India Hemp, and the thought ooourred to him that he might make a remedy for his child.? He studied hard and succeeded in realizing his wish es. H:s child was cured, and is now alive and well. He has since administered the wonderful remedy to thousands of sufferers in all parts of the world, and he has never failed in making them completely heal thy and happy. Wishing to do as much rood as pos sible, he will send to such of hisaillicted fellow be ings as request it. this recipe, with full and explicit directions for making it up, and successfully using it. He requires cach applicant to enclose him one shilling?three cents to bo returned as postage on the recipe, and the remainder to l>e applied to the pay ment of this advertisement. Address Dr. H. JAMES, No. 19<?rand street, N. H. Dr. H. James has neither offioe*n in New York a.i umio have protended and tised. The renpc ;s sent from no place If Grand street, Jersey City, New Jersey miii 2fi-3m HIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE O.N THK rinSIOLOHlCAL VIEW OF MARRIAGE, By M. 11. La CROIX, M. I)., Albany, N. Y. 2<Jfi pages and lafl line Piam and Colored Lithographs and Plates. ICTPRICE ONLY 25 CENTS.^m I Lr1 Sent fret of restate to all parts of t lit Union. Dr. M. B. La Croix's Physiolngio&l View of Mar riag?. A new aud revisod edition of 25m pages and l8-? plates. Price 25 cents a oopy. A popular and comprehensive treatise on the duties and casualties of single ami married life?happy and fruitful allian ces, mode of securing them?infelicitous and infer tile ones? their obviatinn aud removal?nervous de bility, its caubes mid cure, by a process at once so simple, safe, and effectual, that failure is impossible ?rules for daily management?an essay or. Sperma t?rrho>a, with practical observations on a safer and more suocCKsful mode of treatment? precautionary hints en the evil results from empirical practice; to which is added commentaries on th? diseases of fe males? from infancy to old ago?each cskd graphical ly iliustiated bv beautiful plates. It'points out the remedies lor those self inflicted miseries and dissp pointed hopos sn unfortunately ptevaient in the yom>g. It is a truthful adviser to the married, and those contemplating marriace. Its perusal is partio nl.iriv recommended to persons entertaining secret doubts of their physical condition, and who are con scious of having hazarded the health, happiness and pnyileses to which every human being is entitled to. Price 25 cents per copy, or five copies for ft. mail ed free of postage to anv p*rf of the United States, by addressing l|r. LA CROIX, (post paid,) Albany, New \ ork. enclosing 2f> cents. N.B. Thoae w/?o prefer may oonsult Doctor [LA CKOIX .upon any of the diseases upon which his book treats, either personally or by mail. His inedi cir.ce often cure in the short space of six daj s, a.id completely nn-1 entirely eradicate all traces of those disorders which copaiva and cutiet* have so long keen thought an antidote, to the rum of the health ol the patient. His " French Secret" is the great con tinental remedy for that class of disorders which un fortunatelv, physicians treat with mercury, to the irretrievaMedestriiction to the patient's c<>i,?'itu tiou. and which all the sareaparilla in the world can not cure. FlT" ?fllue No*31 M&,don I^ne, Albany, N. Y. I m | r # 7 % VV1? ,,AVF* RECEIVED THE FOL v v owing (_,.?>ls which we are prepared to sell at a small advance of cost for r*ish : A ver> large variety of Turnei Bro?. celebrated Liquors,viz; Turner's Ginger Wine, an excellent remedy for Dispcpsia Blackl terry Brandy, a certain cure for Diarrhea and Dysentery Claret. Madeira. Sheiry. and Sweet Malaga Wines, all of superior quality Raspberry, Stnvwberij, linger, and Cherry Bran dies, all of fine flavors, prepared from tne pure juica of the fruit Rose, Cinnamon, Annis.and Pepctrment Cordials Curacoa, Al>sinthe, Essence of Pepperment Extract of Sarsnparilla, Stoughton Bitters Forest \\ ine Bitters. We have also on hand, a supply of Dr. Wheeler's Celebrated Sherry Wine Bitters, a splendid article. In addition to the aliove, we have at all times a larje supply of the following named stock of Malt Liquors, being the only Liquors of thekind in the District.and which cannot fai! in giving satisfaction V V VW,??, "tr, tb?!n.: I'hiladelphia X X, Burton and XXX I ale Ale,Phiiadelplra Brown Stout,XX Por ter, and a fine crticls of I jiger Beer. A,s usual, a supply of Miueral Water, Cider, Ac., on band. AR NY ASH INN, Je ? Green street. Georeetown. NOTICE.-C. R. L. CROWN t CO. are n ceivmg daily some of the finest FURNI fit 111RE ever o|fere<l in this market, which we* invito the attention of those in want, as we assure them they can save at least to p?r oent. % ameiy? Handsome carved marble-top Bureaus and Table* Rosewood ai d walnut Tete a Tetes, Sofas Wardrobes, Chairs of all kinds. Cherry and ooplar Tables. ??rn".toP; snd husk; Comfort*. Blankets, Bedsteads, high and low-post. Kockine Chairs, cane and wood-seats. Cushions lor Chairs. Settees, Clocks of all kinds. Extension Tables. Sideboards, What-not. G.asses of all kinds, some extra fine Carpet*. Cottage Sets, Rugs, Waiters. (? lass \\ are. Crockery Ware of all kinds. I-wither and Fancy Goods of all kinds. And other Goods too numerous to mention to whioh we invite the attention of housekeepers and others. ?s we are determined to sell for oash or to punctnal customers. C. R. L. CROWN A CO., ( ??r? ?f 6th street and Penn. ave. 'ttll Ofmtinue our regular sales ob Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, both morning and "JF* of our store. Lonsignmeuts soli cited, and in all oases advances made wnen required, o. , C. U. L. C. A CO., ap25-tf Intel) Auctioneers. HOME-MADE carriages. ax \\ e have on hand, of our own manufacture, a ???ortnient of all kinds of CARRI AGES of the very l>est, latest, and mostftSilJw*' approved styles, and warranted in point of-9S?r=JBLz. workmanship and material, to l>e equal to any made in theeity of Washington or sny other city in the tnited States. We respectfully solicit a call from the citizens and strangers to examine our work ; as we are determined to let none surpass us either in quality of work or in low prices. WeaJsodo every kindofRHPAIRING in*vork manli ke manner, and at reasonable atioes. Old Carriiigea taken in part payment for new and bUKOnF LY N N A CO. may ui-dii n LACKBr.R RT BRANDY.-WeTmveThTs day ' KmUSi'iiSroi1?,toi,? . ? ARNY A SH1NN, ft ** 57 Green St., Georgetown. Trwtlcra' W"mN8ToN imwrn., slo"eB COLLYER will depart at the follow fc iof hours. on and after 2(Xh July in*t.^ Leave Alexandria, at S, 9X, and 11 a- m.. Ufc, 2\, Ik.and 6J? p. m, Lmv* Washington, at 9%, 10*. and \l\ a. m.t SH, 5>?. and 7 p. m. The public inajr confidently rely on the Boat start ing at the time advertised. One uf the Boat* will make a trip to MOUNT VERNON ou Tuesday and Fkidat of each week, leaving Washing ten at 9o'clock a. in. JOB CORSON, 1 < la stain* SAMUEL BAKKR. < Either Boat may be chartered for Excursions at any time, on application to JOSEPH BRYAN, President o( the Company, at hia office, 39J Penn. avenjiq. or to the Caotaina on t>oard. jy IVtf HPHK PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COM 1 PANY. One of the Steamships of Una Company, carrying the United State* Mail* for ACAPULO, CALIFORNIA,ami OREGON. leaves-! Panama twiee each month, on the arn ' valof the United States Mail S. S. Cnmpay'a steam ers. which leave New Orleans and New \ ork regu larly on 5th and 2Wh of each month with the mail*, and passengers oonnectmg via PANAMA RAIL ROADS. Those steamships have been inspected and ap proved by the Navy l>epartment, and guaranty spttd and sitfrtv. The Panama Railroad (47 mi lea longlls now com pleted from ocean to ocean, and la crossed in 3 or 4 hours. Thel*ggaceof passengers ia checked in New York througn to Sun I- rancisco, and passengers are einl*rked at Panama Ky steamer at the oompany's expense. The money paid in New York covera ail expenses of the trip. Reserve steamers are kept in port m Panama and San Fraucisoo, to prwvent detention in caae of acci dent. so that the route is entirely rthabU?no fail ure having oocurred in eight yeara. 1'assenger* leave Panama the aame day they ar rive at Aspinwa!!. Conductors go through by each steamer, and take charge of women and children without other protee tora. For through tickets at the loweat ratee apply at theagenoy, 177 West street, New York, to I. W. RAYMOND.?or to AR MSTR ON G. HARRIS* CO., New Orleans,- or Jy 84-tf C. L. BARTLKTT. Boston. pOR OLD POINT AND NORFOLK. The Steamer MARYLAND will, on the 8th of July,oommenoe running regularly to thealiove places, leaving Washington^ (.Eleventh-st. wharf) every WED a m. Ra MONDAY and _ . T _ I p. m. She will touch. g'Mnc and retnminr. "t ()J,D POINT, PINKY POINT, BLA< KlSTONF.'ft ISI.AND. and the uauat landings on tho Potomac. Passage, including ineais, to Old Point and Nor folk. FIVE DOLLARS. jesn-tr WM. MITCHELL. DWARD8' FERRY via Chesapeake and >ata AR-i GO and M.C. M eigs, will commence making daily trips to the al??ve point*.* on Monday. March 2t, leaving the wharf of W. H. and II. G. Kitter, Georgetown, I). C. ever* morning at 7 o'clock, Sundays excepted; through in eight houra; leaving Georgetown attseven o'clock in the morning, the Boats will arrive at the Groat Faila.or Washington Aqueduct, at m a. nu, Seneca at 12m., Edwarda' Ferry at 3 p. m., where a stage will be ic readiness to convey passengers to I<eesburg, Va. Returning, leave Edwarda' Ferry every drvy at niae o'clock in the morning, and arriving in Georgetown at sunaet. Through Tiekcta, 51.75. Intermediate points as follows: (Jreat Falls or Washington Aqueduct, V cents; Seneca, 7S oenta; Edwarns' Ferry, 41.12; Lecsburg. Virginia, including coach, $ 1.75. Meals served on the Boata at moderate pr.ef*. mar 25 W. H. A H. G. R ITTKR. NEsDaY and SaTUR DAY" at So'olock i turning. will leave Norfolk every MON THURSDAY at 4 o'clocFp. m. Daily line for ed> AND LKKSBURG. Va.. Ohio Canal.?The I'ncket Boat SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. JOHN H. SMOOT. No. 119 Bridge street, Georgetown. D. C.. lias received from New York and Philadelphia and now offering at very low prioea. to cash and prompt customers, a large and general aaaortment of Staple and Fancy Goods?comprising in part aa followa. vixt New atyle Silk Robes and fiuicv Silk* Beat make Mack Silks, high lustred Black Chailiea, Lustres and Moua Delair.ea Rich printed (ail w<k>!> Mous Delaines Ch.illies and Barege Delaines, in great variety Rich Orgundie. Barege, and Jaconet Robes Bright oolora and mode plain Bareges and De laines 1'lain French Brilliants and Percalea 'lain colors C ravelin* and Snring-atyle Poplin* >uca!s. a light seasonable fabric left French printed Jnoonota and Bnllianta Vhils Brilliants, from 12,S to 31 oenta Bent makes new styles Ginghams ee!<agea, Chambraysand plain Lustree nc liith Prints of new sty tes, in great variety, at 12X oenta Rich Chintx colore beat French Organdie* \Vhitk GooDa, in groat ranety. Plain Swiss, Nansook and Jaoonet Mnalina Plaid and striped Muslina Small-figured and rich Brocade Swiss Mnaiina Plaidand striped Jaocnet, Nansook and Swias Mnalina White Tarletons. Illusions, and Waali Neta Iriah Linenaiof the l?est irnkoai very cheap Linen Camhno, Linen end Bishop l,*wna Super Engliah Long Clolha, suiLabie for Ladiea' uae New York, Bates, Atwood,and other good makes Shirtings White Oain^rica tof Joras'a celebrated make) White Hrillianta and striped India Dimity Marseilles for Bhssiics and Bonnet Card Shirt Boaoma and Shirt Collar*. Embpoipfrikb. French worked Muaiin Collaraand Seta Swiss Cambric Collars and Sets Swiss and Lace Sleeves and S?t? Homton and Maltese Lace Collar* Swiks Caint-ric and Dimity Bends Embroidered Linen Cambric IIdkfa. Also, new strles l.aoeand Silk Mantillu Siellaand WhiteCrfcpe Shawls Plain and rich figured Bonnet and Sash Ribbons Steel-spr;ng? Neapolitan, and other Skeletoe Skirts Snrmit assortment of Bajou's Kid (>lovea Taflcta Silk, black lace and Lisle thre*d do. Cotton Hosiery of every kind for iadie* and children 6??its best Knclii.li lle!f-ho<?e, rii>Se<l and plain do Lisle thread and fanoy ootton do. A good assortment <T Silk Cravats and Tie* Suspenders. Silk and Lition Cambric Hdkfa Gossamer and Lislo-thread Shirtaand Drawer* New *t? le Parasol*. A'ao. Gentlemen and Boys' w?ar ofeverr descrip tion, with every variety of llouse-Iurnulung Dry Goods. Domestic Good* for servant* wear of the heaviest make*. Purchaser* may raly upon getting desirable good* %t low pnoe*. ap8 tr JOHN H. SMOOT. NEW GROCERY, WINK. AND LIQUOR STORE. The sul>seriber bees to inform his fnemls and the publio. that he has opened a NEW STOR E. oorner of 12th street and Louisiana avenue, where he in tends to keep constantly on hnud " large snd varied assortment of Foreign a.id D-'iifstie \V I \ KS. I.I - Ol ORS, CIGARS, and FINE GROCERIES, consisting of Fine Teas. Sugar.Coffee, Flour, S??np, Olives, Raisins, Figs. Sardine*, Vnclmvies, Otatd, Marrett A Co., Pinet A Co., and Col. Chabnrd's Brandies in nases, demijohns, and casks. Old Ja maica Rum. Sherries, Madeira. I'ort of various de soriptioiis, St. Julien Ciaret, Chateaux Margaux in cases, Champngne Cider, Brandy Fruits, Reynold'* Edinburgh Ale, Aniusette, Mnraschino, Curaooa. Absyuthe, Champagne, and a large and varied de scription of Havana Cigars. Also, Stoi?ghton Bitters, and Fever and Ague Bitters. Porter, Ale.and Cider. Families are particular!* invited to ml I and exam ine the suck liefore purchasing elsewhere. Mem bers of Congress arealso informed that their order* will be promptly attended to, ami delivered at their residences at the shortest notice. A general assortment of fine Havana Cigar*, im ported direct by the sul?crit>er. at wholesale and re Canal Boat* supplied on reasonable term*, and produce taken in exchange. Levi's Old Whiskey, constantly on hand, of 1B4?. Country orders punctually attended to, and oonn try produoe of all descriptions rooeived on assign ment. JONAS P. LEVY, ie w-tf No.5M Twelfth street. tFA\ LOR A MAURY'S ELASTIC PENS, the 1 nearest approach to a quill, manufactured b? Perry A Co, London, expressly for Taylor A Maury. Tavlor A Mauiy's Envelopes, from ten cent* a h i<ndred. Tailor A Maury's Letter Paper, from a dollar and a halt per ream. Tnvfor A Maury's Commercial Not? Paper, from a dollar and a half per ream. Taylor A Maury's Bill Paper, twenty oenta a quire. Taylor A Maury's extra lino qualities of English Writing Paper, including He celebrated "double thick cream laid," specially imported by Taylor A M?uiy. TaxiorA Maury'* United States official Sealing Wax. Taylor A Manry'a Half-dollar Bible*, elegantly bound. Taylor A Maury'* Forty cent Prayer Book, ele gantly lioiind. Tailor A Maury'* extensive stock of Stationery add Blank Books embraces every variety, from the loweat to the highest grades manufsctured, which they ofjer at tho cheapest rates consistent with qualitv. New Books received immediately on publication. Importations of Books from England weekly. All the School Books used in the District at low pnoe*. TAYLOR A MAURY'S Book and Stationerv Store an l? near Ninth atreet. RIFLED ORDNANCE, a practical treaties, 1 vol.; London. 1857. A Treaties on Fire Arm*, by Lieut. Simonds, Ben gal Artillery, 1 vol.; London, 1857. Manual of Drill* for heavy Guu*. 1 vol.; London, 1857. Remarks on Gunnery, by Capt. Blakely, Royal Ar . tillery, I vol.; I*omlon. 1837. Artillerists Manual, by Major Griffiths, Royal Ar tillery: 7th edition: Inindon. 1R37. Scoffem's Weapons of War, 1 vol.; London. Spenrmnn's Rritish Gunner, 1 vol.- I^mdon. H?a Bengal Artillery, from its formation; by Capt. Buckle. 1 vol.; London. . .. Aide-Memoire, a L'usage des Officers D Artillene, 1 vol.; Paris. . . . Rifle Practioe, by Lieut. Col. Jacob, Bombay Ar tillery. I vol.; London. La Construction et 1a Fabrication dee Arme* a Feu. par le Colonel Homiliu*. I vol.: Paria. L'Organixntiofi de L'Artillerie. par Le Bourg: Lieut. Col. D'Artillerie.l vm.; I^n*. Page?Theohedu Pomtage. t v?il.; StrasMurg De* Officicrad'Artillene dan* le* !? ovderiaa, I vel. and atlas: Paria. . Trait* sur l.'Artillene, par le General Seharnhorst, ? vols.: Pwi*. . Etude* aur L'Artillerie. par L'Lmpereur Lea is Nava^rfunnery, Sir Howard Dou^laa, 1 vol.; I ondou. au 18 FRANCK TAYLOR. Trmr?l?r?' Directory. g*IW? m?r V: bWt: \v ASH1NGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. TRAINS R TiV ,45 *T5LLOirs. From WASHINGTON M 8 a. m., connecting At Relay with trains Un the West. and m Baltimore with those Tor Philadelphia and .New Yorkist A-m a. m.. for Annapolis, Baltimore. Philadelphia, and New York ; at op. in. for Baltimore auJ Norfolk, and at Relay with Frederick train. EX PRESS at 4jr> p. m. at Relay for the West, and for Annapolis, Baltimore, Philadelphia. and NfW^ ork. On Sunday at 7 a. rn., and 4 J" p. m. From BALTIMORK for WASHINGTON at 4.15 ami MS a. m.. Sand 5.16 p. m. On Sunday at 4.15 a. in. a?<1 j.ls p. m. je 12 tf ? T il. PARSONS.Arent. Q RANGE AND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD GREAT SOUTHERN MAIL LINE Twice Daily, < Sunday uirhts excepted.) between WASHINGTON Cm* eml the SOI TH. via ALEX ANDR1A, GOR DONS VILLE aa? RICH MOND Leaves Washington at 6 o'clook a. m. " Washington at 7 o'clock p ni. Fare from Wasfiiugtonto H ici.mond. $i 9*. For LVNCI1 BUM and the SOUTHWEST. Leave V\ aahington at 6 ootock a.'mi . arrive in LYNCH HI"RG next monuiiK at 4 a. in., connecting with the trains on the Virginia aid Tennessee Rail Road for MEMPHIS. Mail States from CUar> lottesville to Ljnehlwrg a distance of en mile*. Fare from Washington to I.) nchbnrg, *7 75. " " " Memphis, 34.25. The most expeditious route to the Virginia Springs?ouli six hours'stage travel to the Green brier White Sulphur. J.eave Washington at *a. m., arrive at WHITK Srl.PIIl R the same night. Fare from Alexandria to White Sulphur, 91S.V*. The steamer GKOIKiK PAGE, foot ofSaver.th street. being owned try tiir Railroad Company, runa in connection with the trains. Tickets for Riclimondand Lynchburg procured en the Boat. |[y""? ?mm buses and Bagrare Wagon* will heat th* |)ep. t of the Waahintton Rs Iroad. to convey pa* sentetaand l*gga?e to the Steerr.lmat. for Alexar dr.a. a distance of cut uulea, allowing an. pie tint* for meals. J AMES A. EVAN'S. Agent. Alexandria. July, 1RVT. j? 8 tf N EVV AND IMPORTANT SCHEDULE. FOR ALL rARTS"OF THE WEST. K. fALTIMOHK ASI) OHIO RaIIRO Alt. :ie recent ex tension nut] improvement ?>f its leaH ing connect ;ne lines at I lie West has required an en - tire revision of the running arrangements of t his roed ler which highly important advantages to the trav eler are s?-eured. On ami after MONDAY, Jwae IS. I"?t7. THREE DAILY TRAINS will lie mu in lioth dirnctiona for through nai.set.rers. Firs?-The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN starts from Camden Station. Haltimore.at 7 A.M..<excop* Sunday,) stop* at way atatious and arrives at Cum berlana at 4 P. M. Second?The MAIL TRAIN start" <Snnda> ex oep'ed) at R.W A. M..and arrives at Wheeling at 4 A. M.. connecting at Benwood with OrtflU Ohio trains lor Commbus. Cincinnati. Indianapolis. I .on isville, Chicago. St. I?ui?. A e... aiid at same piaee ^ with trains for Cleveland. Toledo. Detroit. Ac., t y Cleveland Road,and also at I'arkereburg with Ma rtettn Road. Third ?The ST. LOUIS a*d CINCINNATI EX PR ESS TRAIN leaves daily at 5.<* P. M.. oon ( nectingat Ben wood at'i A. M.with express trail.a from Beilairc to Cincinnati, <*rtikout of Cam at Columbus,) and reaching there in but 2> hours from Baltimore and 3P hours from Washing ton. It also connects diroctly, in both direction*, at Grafron with cars by Parkersburg and Marietta roads for Chillicothe. Cincinnati, etc. Ttiese tra;i:a oornect at Xenia for Indianapolis, Chiongo and St. Louis, and at Cincinnati with the Greet Ohio and Mississippi F.xpress for l>oniavilie. Cairo and St. Loins through to St. Lotus ir. (ess than 42 hourslr?m Baitimore. Bv this train the time to all the certral and southern places in the West is much less, while the ifisMN'c is from to iw nnles shorter than bv the shortest of other routes. From the West these connections are equally close and satisfactory, ar rivinc at Baltimore at 8.?i A. M. IT7~ J I.-.ggage chci ked through to all points. TtlR(?rr.H TICKETS s..kl at lowest rates at Cnmden Station and at Washington. D. C. Passengers from Baltimore or Washington may riftr the entire ron itom doylicht, by taking n ail ing trains, and Ijing over at Cumberland or Oak land, and resuming next morning by Wheeling Ar conimodatiou train, leaving Cumberland at > and Oakland at in?sn. FOR WAY PASSENGERS. TheOnml?er!and Accommodation Train at 7 A.M., will atop at all Stations east ol Cumberland, and the Wheeling Acoominodatton at all Stations l*yond Cumberland going West. Kastwardlv, ths Mai! Train leaves W'heelint at A. M..and Accomo dation leaves Cuml'erland at 9, reaching Ba.nmore at 5 y? p. M. ON THE NORTHWESTERN VIRGINIA BRANCH, between liraOon and Parkersluirt. war passengers will take the Express west ward.y ai. t the Mail ?aatwardly. _ ? The FREDERICK TRAIN starts at 4 P. M . stopping at way stations. Leaves Frederiok at 9.1S A. M-. arriving at UnltinKre l2no?n. r/ The F.LI.K'OTT'S MILI.TRAIN leaves at 5.4S %, A. M., and 5.J5 P. M. Leaves F^lhoott's Mills at 7 A. M.aad7 P. M.. exc?pt Snnday. FOR WASHINGTON AND THE SOI TH Leave Baltimore for WashingU>n at 4.1A and [US A. M..Sand5.15 P. M. On Sundays at 4.15 A. M., and 5.15 P. M. only. , ? , ^ . I<eave Waxhincton for Baltimore at 6 and tjn A. M.and Sand 4ji> P. M. t?n Sundays at 7 A. M., and 4 2i? P. M. only. The first and fourth trains from Baltimore, snd the seeond and fourth trains from Washington, will l>e express mail trams, stopping only at AN aslungton Junction and Annapolis Junction. The 9.15 and 5.15 trsins from Baltimore and the fl.m and 4 2" trains from \\ ashington oonnect with the trains from Annapolis. For tirkots, information, fare. Ac., apply to J. T. ENGLAND, Ag?nt.s? the Ticket offiee Camden Station. WM. S. WOODSIDE. jy IS tf Master of Transportation. Baltimore. 1 ?*HE NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL VS1TED STATES MAILSTEAMERS. The Skip* (omrvsin* tkit Lime arc: fhe ATLANTIC Capt. Oliver Eidndte. he BALTIC Capt. Joseph CoiMrtock The ADRIATIC Capt. James W est. These ships having been r'Uilt l?y detract eipressi* lor the Government kervice.everv care ba*been taken in their e??n*tmotion, as also in their engines. t>? in cure strength and speed, end their acoomtiM* elions for passengers are unequal,ed for elegauce and com <qj. | Price of pvtsnge fr.on New York t<? Liverpool.'" first oaliin. ?!!*?; in second do., ??'>: ejc1 nsiveu?eof extra size ?t*te rooms, |U<. From Liverpool to New Ycik. :> and <<? guineas. An expenenced r*ur^ geouattaehed i? each ship. No berths can beseoeted until pai>l for. The sliips of this line have unptoved water tight bulk heads. PROPOSED DATES OF SAILING. riOM MiW VORg. I fRo* Lt V tF Tt>OL. Saturday, June 2I> IIW7 Woliiesday, June 24 1^ Saturday , J uly 4 14S7 Wednesday, J u!y 8 IH.ST Saturday. July 18 1K37 Wednesday. July 2? 1^7 Saturday, Au*. i 1W? Wednesday, Aug. ft 1^7 Saturday. Aug.IS... 1?57 We.inesday, Aug. 19 1H77 ^turdav, Sept. 12 .. IR-" e<lne?day. Sept. 2 1kS7 Saturday. Sept. *. lf?S7 Wednesday. Sept. ^ <7 Saturday, Oet. I ft 1KV7 Wednesday, Oct. 14 1 v? Saturday, Oct. 2? I8? Wedneeday, 0?*t.? ?' Saturday, Nov. 7 HOT W edoeeday, Nov. 11 1 <7 Saturday, Nov. 21 Wednesd ty, Nov. 25 i i7 ,KjS'as?;.te. n \& Eoi'tifi.Vcrrf.T.r^:!?..?. New York. BROWN.SHIPLEY * CO.. Liverpool. STEPHEN KENNARD A CO., ^7, Austin Pnars, London. _ B. G. WAIN WRIGHT A CO., Paris. The owners of these siiip* wi'l s*t beIflOoantat^e for gold, silver, bullion, specie, jeaelry. previous stones or metals, unless bills of lading aro signed therefor and tiie value thereof expressed therein. Je 15 _ U NIT ED STATES MAIL LINE O NL Y R EG ULAR LIXE AM) WITHOUT F&ILrRC FOR KIOHT V BARS, FOR CALIFORNIA AND OREGON VIA PANAMA RAILROAD. Regular Satltng J)ays.f>:h f 3Ptk of taik wioaffc. CarTtoK.?So many frauds and impost tions of vanous kind* have been late!* perpetrated on travellers lamnd toCA LI " 1 FORNIA.that the sul*eril?er. tlieonly author. Agent for passage by the P. S. Mail Line, via I sua ma. in the city of New York, feels it his duty to caution all persons se*-kine passace to California, that, to avoin i*P0?iTi0>-. they must he earetul >< find ths true ofcoe of the Stnamships of the I . . . M\ll lane, via Panama Railrosd. ?? no other ?dnoe in New York is authoriRed to P'Vork The Companies have only one ofbee in New ^ ork. wh-eh is at 177 West ?treet, corner of \\ arren street. SSSi'S the North River, at the head of the Com mud's Wharf. , ir*? <ihiitrve hit sign over the Soot. tCT Observe my raVMOND, Agent, )e?- NewN.^_ I ; ptv NTERE8TING TO FAMILIES. The following extraot from a New York oennot fail to be interesting. In referring t , the receipts of Teas la this country for on? [ year up to 9Rh ultimo, it says they will l>e 12. I 000,(?i pounds short of the iui ports of toe j ear en J i in* June SO, 1R56, and that I "The advance in bNek teas. Oolongs, sinee isst Peoenit>er, has l>e?n fifteen osnts per pound; an" Young Hyson Teaa, of low a-mi medium grsnes, have experienced an advance of one hundred per cent, owr last season's dosing prices. "It will thus be seen that the sirong and rapid advanca m the tea inarktt ha* been th?* result of ? short supply aiul aetive demand ; but when it is con sidered thai we may hsar at any ir^nnetir of the en tire suspension ol shiptneets at Shanthai, and. ig fact, that, as soon as a ssfheicnt force from Eng ana arrives at the seat of war. all iva porta of oriry i" China, will probably he placed seder strict Noeka.l-,1 it would not l?e surprising to see Toae ate me" i higticr figure than th?> have tat attained. 1 In view of t hese fret*, we hold out very great i fcrrr' *" '^SA'sSSt-fiwr |r 11 -tf Comer Vermont ave.and iMh street^ TREMOLO ACCORDEOM*,nnoa urveatioa; oall and see them, at the Mnsic D? pot ?;t W. G. METZEBOTT. au 12- corner 11th and fa.R*e.