Newspaper of Evening Star, September 9, 1857, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated September 9, 1857 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. DO THET MJM ME AT IIOMF? rr a twavk.**. Do th*r miss meat homedo the* Himim' 'Twoa'd to an assurance most dear, To know tha* hi* twine **? fo'entten. As though I had never been tliere. To know that the tailor and landlord. And the tanks where my paper is dn?, An?i ho?ts wliom I now cannot mention. Had twnished ine quite from their view. Do they miss me at home.?do they n>m me ? W'henthe market for money is tight, A c<1 collectors in haste are parsainc Their debtors by day and merit t Do the friends who once !<?ned me a And theoihers who loaned ine a "leu.'4 Heave a sigh of resret as they mi,s me< And wisli they oouid see in?aBnio/ Do they miss me at home .'-do they miss me? W hen no lon?*r J in seen upon Vhaune. ? d<? those who were wont toa?*i*r me. Say, his conduct's infernally stranxe."' Does the Shtlock who loaded me his moner, Iohear me to region* unknown, Look m viiifi for occasion to dun ine, Ana wish I a^.un were at home ? Do the? miss me at home .J-do the* miss me? _ Twould be an assurance most dear. To know that mj i am* was forgotten. As though | had never t>een there i But 1 know that inv memory lingers Around the dear -pot a? i roam. And as long as I've ni) wits aa<i n:y creepers. They'll miss ine. they'll miss meat home! The Knickf.kbch ker Magazine, for Septem ber, has been issued by its punctual publisher, and it is full of the go<Hl things which its pop - ular editor. Mr. Clark, is so famous for collect ing. The editor gives the following ainusiug report of44one of the coolest examples of ' en forced curiosity' that he remembers ever to have met with'' : About noon of the day of my arrival in St Louis. I strolled into the bar-room ot Barnum* Hotel, and calling for a sherry cobbler, seated myself by a small table noar the bar. I had just finished my glass when a well dressed, res pectable looking personage, apparently about forty years of age. came in, and seeing no one else present except the bar keeper, acc*ted me with the salutation: '? Good morning, sir." 44 Good morning sir," I responded 1 Baltimorean, sir'" 44No, sir." 4* From New York ?" 41 Yes. sir." 4% One of the excursionist* V* 4' Yea, sir." ? VI ill you allow me to look at vonr ticket "Certainly, sir,-' (exhibiting it.) "(Carefully perusing it.) Mr , I hap^y to see you, sir. Is your lady with you7 " 4' Sorry for that, sir; sorry for thit. Mv name is W ; I *ra one uf tjj0 committee of arrangements tor the reception of visiters on this occasion We, of St. touis, do not intend to be outdone in hospitality by anv other citv ?specially Cincinnati; but we find that many of the excursionists, instead of applying to the committee for quarters, have gone to tlio hotels for nous. In all such cases, the committee are desirous or paying the bills, as they are ex trcme.y unwilling that the guests should be at any expense during their stay in St. Louis May 1 ask if you are staying at an hotel, and it so, at what ore? for it will give me great |Ieasure to arrange for the settlement of your I replied that I was not permanently located ?t any hotel and that I did not feel disposed to avail myscit of the hospitalitv of the city to a greater extent than I had already done. - He shall insist upon it, sir; and I trust you win notify me when you are settled." Just then a person in a seedy suit of black a man who had evidently seen better days, en tered the room and approached the bar, when my new acquaintance said to him, in a sterii and authoritative manner: jDg ?ogtor' J?u can'1 hare anything this morn Vhereupon the tmor Doctor, turning to him wiJi a *aj JeueJ look, replied: I haven t asked fur anything yet " 4 h*w With an expression of nnntterable despair the pyor tellow turned on bis heel and left when my companion remarked: JthV' ''u " one.f them?*t talented men in IS. ?2 ,s * physician by profession and once had a handsome practice; but. unfortu nately, he has given way to his habits of intem perance. and I tear that he is irretrievably lost. InVn 8 i ??*? Y?n3 i_n sPcaking to hiin in the manner I did. but I knew that if he called for drink at the bar. he would beinsultel. and I thought it woul J mortify him less to send him cobbler* b*V' *ir' W?n t you take a Sberr-T I; *viI thank you ?fr; Ihavejast t ikenone." Take another " Excuse me, sir; I seldom drink anything in the morning and my fatiguing ride of last night practice*''U 10 devi*te iro?" my usual one ^Cn" 8ir> *ilh J?ar PormL,sioD. I take bi.HUrrdin*11y T*! \h* bar and orders rMnmlk' *!"Ie " W PrtParcd he bJ ?e Presently the bar keeoer hands him a glass over the counter, and in doing so. says to him how many drinks do yon owe for -^1 . Tb,smakes 'orty cents you owe I don't wwn to open any accounts with you sir u' 1 ifft" "J "<? f"'enJ kJ <?y ?,r? 'n SSf^'rwr ''batM G'Tn'*" ?""? jia4 turer has devi^eU |lcw pian bv w?.?f h produ? es iu a single day thirty sbavvls printed in ten colors, Ihe niere aid of one nfivi and assistant, thus diiiiiiiiBbifii/ ?>v some MJ|> p?r c.n. m. c? ?/tke AVHIVALX at the hothls \z, * K NwL v arnf ? * U Hand. Md . f w ' J t-oies, sc. A D b inVa J J^G ??! M,M Withers, d , i , ]i C ? ? I-anwlale Cox, La- Mrs 5 vd;r,M''? CrpX do- :Mr an?l f"mily awl IMj ,Mr? DdM, fffln \Ir Rare* *p^_ (f - Ranney, La. C CamptWI. do- R Lyle vi 1*^ Fleming Oj, Dr R H ^t^iart a ^ fannlv V, pir;.' v'i ?c '? i-ui.pz, 5* Murr?p l-iw^ w \i* % "x '? yB H*. V'*"". H? H familtT l?? w i-V- * " Davenfjort and tv ' ' V ? - fC: C J StoYln Va J * HU ^7 vVi1' J H Crai?' do. C S | ?Vj, Pa ? iW-' d- >lr A ? D?t!? Vi i i.jiubv. Ark; S ^tifknev* V*- \ti u * ' , 1* Perkins d..- it T K?*?n. do; J a dr^tL^ V" \I M . . ? A ' Mwrawand ladv Ala- i> M Uovd. lud. J F Bo\d. do; f \V Mclntvre kv K Haw*, do; M KerwiD; fa K), Md. B ? I >V lion V ?'m H Furiwll, Md; P H .Ma k v?" *, /' H,f^' VV DA Steele, do; A W llale'Xl \V l^ vv' R H Urifla. Califs; II C G ^.'. r o f'tVi Moan. Md, ?* ?r,?t. Mo: s T II Win ' U \ lad j. Mi- U illiama. m:. <; A ^ Maraiister, C MrAlinter. p?; l>r jV i, ' "V ? tadv. Vs. S L Lardner. f'SN. V H ia| on ' "v-"r J-'-v N H; J i Parker A W Jr9*.- ^,V ? Dr ll""-' ?* HCo.n Kearney, d<r w ii ? * I . 11,111 J 11 ";,,l ( ?' U II Trowbridge J H (Vonln, \ V; Clark M iu' pV'n "Ci ' M i K viui1^; *'lrAvfIlNriTOnlv"'>K->' ? ?*Vlne,\V * if > lrie t Las lie Vine. CI; J \ Miller K T i" w h1-.1;- " ,n kV>v miitn,, I w. u r.Tv ) iH- Carn. \Va>h. KIVpVm. Lilf5 J ?^nUh, J liar I. 8 C; 1..w,e,j"11. > J Harrison, Coi Va M I^f.?A ij w ? ?''er. e, h> ; C V Jordan. Roes, libit \| m ,,M [J M Mahon, W J Ohio; It H Wo tL'iPi n"'*1 l-rt'iis; C.N Clinton, Va;>*tr",?A J 11 Va, XV H >. hro Zf-r C J M^I l',V J M F Little. Va; A M un.Ll. i v 11 KIRK WOOD HOL'MF* ft n H William, ai.d lady, do ^ u^^T.'"' !?a; 2 T T G Wiltiani*. d.-, C 11 Krei.^.a' T' r?J' U /" k-ran. Aid; R Ky' . t}' rid^e, Md; li Lavman d >? H>h t i h' ' , K R,?h?: p., j |.,.?d viiSuTuV ,1 MOrejlKXTS Of OCEAN STMAN?liS^ *01< *"* W*ITId8T4TM. Krlmaon v *' ^'or' /'???. a'drialle ^' W V"rl1-? "'en.en Mej.t ? Vandero it" 5IT J.orJ[",'i^''POol...J*t ;.t V ? W York..Havre L Arson J" ao* Kvaori. pton 'N,w ?ork .Aug * "T v?? Mucellaneoiu. J Will not O0OUUIOM by any In the I'ainnng Having secured tha s?mce? of an expe_ 1 Sign and Oruainental Pamler, I aw pr*P?r*? SIGNS, BANNERS. TRANSt^REN A"I STILL LIVE," N D will not bo outdoae by any in the Painting Lino. F ^ ? rieneoti J to do . w CIES, Ac., in the latest siyles'. Also, continue to do HOUSE PAINTING, G1. A Zl N G. and G R AINING in a ?aporior mann w, at No 53 Louisiana aveune, between 8th ana 7tn M. T. PARKKH. [ITK SPANISH BRANDY, WHITE WINK VINEGAR. Ac.. Ac. 2 half pi pea W hi to Spanish BRANDY, ttk proof. 2 quarter casks VV hit* Wine V IN KG A R. WHIT K SPANISH BRAND* , WIN K VINEGA T * .rir w.ta a large and complete assort mailt of SHKirsws. 61 i^ nisiana avenue, botweeu 6th and 7th sts. All 29-f?JC i biiu. 4t _a Removal. WM. PETERSON Having moved into the new Store, Penn. avenue, north side, between 3d and 4>i sts., has just received an extensive assortment of CI ,UT IIS, C A SI M E R KS, and V KSTIN GS of the latest patterns, any of which will be made up in his usual fashionable style. ' He is also receiving a large assortment of GEN TLEMEN'S APPAREL of every description, FANCY ARTICLES, Ao.: all of which he otfers on accommodating terms to his old customers, and others who may favor hun with aoall._ an 27-eolm AT COST.?Hiving determined to confine our business exclusively to the coach ami cabinet branoh of the trado (intruding Bar Iron and Steel) we offer our present stock of BUILDING HARD WA R E. CUTLER Y, AGRICULTURAL G< M)l)S, Ac., Ac ,at cost to close out. All such goods must positively be sold,and if not entirety closed out by the 15th l)eceml>er will be dis posed of at auction to make room for another class of merchandize. An examination of prices will oonvince purchasers thit on such goods there is chance for a good invest ment. With increased facilities in the brnneh of the trade to which weshall hereafterdevoteourattention.both as to quality and quantity, we solicit the increased patronage of consumers in full confidence that prices wilt be satisfactory. ELVANS A THOMPSON, 32fi Penn. are., I>et.f?thand loth sts. (American,IntelAMarlboro Gazette) se 2-eohn Pl *M PS-PUM PS?Pl'M PS. Tha aahaeribor gives notice that he continnes to manufacture his large Iron Pumps. They are strong and substantial. and will raise water one humirtu f?-et perpendicular. For information I refer ynu to the inhabitant* who have need them.and two of them ma* be seen on F street. t>etween 12th and '3th, one at the oorner of H and 13th. one near the old Capitol in a deep well, two on Virginia avenue, l>etween 2d and 4th streets, all pnt in operation by order of the Mayor of Washington. He will dig aud deepen wells, build cisterns for rain water, put in operation llydraulian Ranis, and repair old pumps of every description. Those desiring his services will bo ac commodated at the shortest notioe by calling on the sultsorib-r in WaMhniKton, D. C? No. 463 Virginia avenue, near the Carroll Place. se2-eo2m FOSTER HENSHAW. kTEWAND RICH FALL GOODS. We are now recoivmg our first Fall supplies, to which we invite the special attention of purchasers generally, to call and examine : do pieoes rich Fancy Dress Silks, which we sliail run off at very li.w prices 91 pieces rich printed Mousselin de Laines io do sup?rior plain Black Silks, low prices t,ono pieces|handsoin? Calicoes and Ginghams, fast colors: 1?}? cents t,00" picces plain colored Cashmere; \2H cents, worth Z*< cents pieces superior shirting and sheeting Cottons in do do Table Diapers; some in the lot been a little wet, and will be sold a great bargain 9' dozen Table Napkins and Towels at 31,50, are very cheap 100 dozen I*aJiea* Linen Pockot Hdkfs, at *1.50, extra cheap 30 dozen (rents large size Linen Pocket Hdkfs, at Sl.50. with all the finer grades correspond incly a* cheap SO pieces super >hirtmg Linen, from 31c. to ?1. TT7" We reque-.t again all persons who have not settled their bilis as rendered 1st July.todo so with out giving us further trouble of calling on them. COL LEY A SKAKS. 523 Sevuntli st. aug 29-eo?w 3 doors above Ponn. avenue. TRANSPORTATION OF COAL TO CHINA Navt Dbpabtmbst, ) Bursau of Conttmrtion, Equipment, and} Repairs, A ugust 13. 1857. \ Pkoposals, sealed and endorsed " Proposals for Frtigkl to China." will l>e receivedat this Bureau until 3 o'clock, the 15th Septemlier next, for the transportation of not exceeding 4.<?o tons of Anthra cite Coal from theport of Philadelphia, in such quan tities as may be ottered, and the Department deem proper to accept, delivered to the United States Naval Storekeepers at Hong-Kong and Shanghai, as ma* be directed. The offer wilt stat? the prioe per ton of2,240 lbs. for that delivered without primage or any other ex tra charge, and also the rate at which demurrage will lie cnarged. No other than oargo for the Gov ernni?nt to l>e received on board. If the draught of waterof the vessel offered makes any lighterage nece?saiy in loading, it wi'l be at the cost of the vessel; but good despatch will lie given in loading. For the delivery of tho Coa! within reach of the ship's tactile at the ports in China lay dars will be demanded, at the rate of one fair-woa ther working day for every 30 tons of o?al. The vessel named must stand A No. I, and pass the usual inspection by such officers as may Reap pointed by the Command-nit of the Yard where tl a ship may be: and if not offered for inspection within three days after a notice has lieen given, the 1 )?? partmcnt will make ?uch other arrangement as will best subserve the pitlilin interest. The vessel must be in Phi !adel|>hia nnd ready to Ned within ten days after she has passed inspection, and the notice of acceptance given. Wind and weather permitting, the vessel must sail within five days after being loaded and the billa of lading signed: otherwise there will be deducted from the freight money, for each and every day's de lay in sailing beyond the five days named, a sum e-tual to the amount demanded per day for demur rage Payment will be made within thirty days after the presentation of receipts in triplicate of the delivery of the c?>al by any Navy Agent in the United States that the bidder may select, who will be designated in the charter parts. aug 14-2aw4w A CAR L).?The undersigned have this da? < Au gust il entered into partnership in the HOUSE carpenters' and JOINERS' BUSINESS; and. having erected a new and commodious shop in the rear of Jackson Hall, between 3d and 4H streets, are prepared to contract for and perform all work in their line of business, either in the city or country, with which friends or the public may favor them, on accommodating terms, with promptness and dis patch. They respectfully solicit a share of the pub lic patronage. GEO. AV. GAB RETT A CO. They have several Houses and l^ots for sale in different parts of the city, on accommodating terms. au ia eoltn GEO. W. GARRETT A CO. ORPHAN'S COURT,September 1,1*97. District of Colombia. Waibtntton '"ounty, totnt.?Intliecasn of Richard A. imnistratorof Decius W. ? dmoriston. Jr., deoeased, the administrator aforesaid, has. with theapprolia tionof the Orphan's tourt of Washington County, afore?aid, appointed Saturdav, tiieSflith instant, for the final se:tlemeiit and distribution of the personal estate of said deceased, of the assets in hand so far as the same have been collected and turned into money,wiien and where all the creditors and heirs of said deceased, ere notified toattend.(atthe Orphan's Court of Washington County,) with their elaims properly vouched, or they may of herwise hy law be exc.uded from a 1 benefit of said deceased's ettate: provided a copy of this order l>e published once a week for three weeks in the "Evening Star," pre vious to the said 2Bth instant. Test: ED. N. ROACH, R?g. Willi. True copy.?Test : S04-F3W ED. N. ROACH. Reg. Wills. ON CONSTRICT IN < ? ANl> REPAIRING Roads; by H. Law, Civil Encineer; 37 cents. Wu;:ni on eml>ankitig lands from the sea: 75 cts. Heather on the use of Mathematical and Drawing instruments; 37 cents. Baker ? I .and and Kngineering Survey ing: 7-5 cts. Stevenson on Construction and Illumination of Light-houses; ?1.12. Toinliijson on Construction of Locks* V> cents. Dempsey on Tubu.arand other Iron Bridges; 87 cents. Denison on Clock and Watch-making and Church Clocks; 75 cents. Iligton on the Electrio Tele(jraph;75 oents. Stepheuson on the Construction of Railways; SI Cents. Dempsey on I*ooomotive Eugines: X oents. Armstrong on Steam Boilers: 37 cents. Glynn on the Power of Water, aud on Puuip*{73 cents. !Jyne's Perspective; 75 cents. mported from l<ondon, each volume with nnmor ous engravings. aug i* FRANCK TAYLOR. J^AMS,SIDES, SHOULDERS, AND LARD. Just received. Hams, Sides, and Shoulders, and Lard and fresh Butler; extra supeifine Flour: brown and white Sugars ; Coffee, Rice, Soap, and Candles, and Syrupy arid a general assortment of Family Groceries, W ines, and Liquors, by JONAS P. LEVY, lv 90 tf No. SM 13th street, comer of R street. MIEAP FAMILY GROCERIES. j c The subscriber offers SUGAR, COFFEE. II A MS, SI l>l-'S and SHOULDERS, FLOUR end MEAL, BUTTER and eggs, at No. IkA 12th street, corner of B. a.. ?. tf jon AS f. i.i:vy. Three-ply and double ingrain CAR PKTI N GS. J ust received, direct from the manufactory, and on sale? A Urge sssortment of heavy and superior quality Carpetings of the above mskes.all in entirely now and elegant designs and colors. Also, Rugs to match. Ten hales Felt Carpetings, 6 4 wide, which for clnmUer and d n:ng r<H?ms are equal in lx>aiity and for wear to sny other kind ami at much lest ratrs. Da it t Exfkc ted? A most extensive and magmfioent assortment of .Medallion and other ityles Velvet end Tapestry Carpe'.ngs : the like for richness and elegance never "SVSRT""" CL*\TkTT * BOIW??N. P I oYf KING. C. WOODWARD'S t4t^ METROPOLITAN STOVE AND GRATE FACTORY. , , Mfl i\o. 318 Pa. ave nu*, bitirten fojA and, Hilt strict*. ?e 3 eo3?n ? t^UGAR AND MOLASSES. a?(Mrrels low-priced Brown SUGAR. 15 liarrels heav* ImmIioI MOLASSES. 2 hogshead strictly prime I'orto Rico MOLASSES, lu store Mid fur talent r*??ft)o*<! prioei WILLIAM M. t:RIPPS, I^?uis:ana avenue, between mh aud 7th sts. au ?9-eot)t Insurance, Ac. PROTECTION ANH INDEMNITY FROM LOSS AND DAMAGE BY FIKE, THE PS AILS OF THE StA, AND INLAND TRANSPORT A TIUN. FARMERS AND MECHANICS* INSURANCE COMPANY* OF PHILADELPHIA. FlKB. MaRINE. AND I M.ABU iNISURCl, AntkoriMtd Cmpiiul tl^w>,r?w!!! OFFICE, NolTHWFIt CoRNE* Of PENNSYLVANIA Avinil AND 17TB S*TREET, WASHINGTON. DIRECTORS. Hon. Thoe. 0. Floreiice, Charles Ihngee, (ieorge H.Armstrong, Thomas Manderheld. Charles A. Rubiaarn, Edwmid R. Helmhold, George Helmbold, P. Carroll Brewster, James E. Neall. Isaac leech. Jr. THOMAS B. FLORENCE, President. EDWARD R. HELMBOLD. Secretary. LOCAL SURVEYORS. Charles Waiter, No. an D street, upposite City Hall. John M. Thornton, oorner 1st street and Virginia avenue. Island. James Williams, No. 22 Of street. John Riggles, No. 5?>1 13th street, below Pennsyl vania avenue. MARINE SURVEYOR. Captain J. P. I.evy, No. 387 Pennsylvania avenue, opposite National Hotel. GENERAL SUPER IN TFNDENT. John Tliomason. Authorized Capital and Afatt? 91.473.057 07 Assets .*><5,167 07 Invested in Bonds, Mortgages, and Good Securities. The following statement exhibits the business and ooudilion ol the Company to November 1,11156: Premium received on marine and inland risks to No vemlter 1. 1856.... . #214.684 60 Fire premium... ... ? 176.79661 Interest on loan ?. 8,7(447 Total reoeipts _ $400,185 66 Paid marine losses.........?... $fi4,4'J7 04 Paid lire losses .... 39,737 38 Expenses, salaries,and commis sions .. 45,189 00 Reinsurance, return premiums, and agency oiiarges.~^-...... 27,474 68 #177,128 61 Balance remaining with the Company. $2^3,057 m The Asset1 of the Company art at follows : Philadelphia city and county bonds ?lfi,H4S 18 Railroad bonds............ ll.ortl 00 First mortgages, real estate.....143.500 00 Stocks, collaterals, on call 32,4?? 00 Girard and consolidation tank stook. 5,125 00 Deposited with Duncau, Sherman A Co., New York...... ? 30,ono 00 Deferred payment on stock not yet due.... 97,7?m 00 Notos for marine premiums ion ,11011 50 Pue from agents, secured by bonds... 36,376 18 remiums on policies reoently issued, and debts due the oompany 2R.470 38 Balance in bank 16,456 74 3523,067 07 B The business of this Company will oompare favor abl> with the most successful similar institutions in the United States. Froni iho 1st day of Auf ust. 1&S5, in fifteen months, up to the 1st day of November- 1856, the premiums and interest received amounted to the large sum of four hundred thousand ore hundred and eighty-five dollars and sixty-eight cents, with the payment of losses and expenses of one hundred and seventy seven thousand one hundred and twenty-eight dol lars and sixtv-one cents. \\ ?th these evidences of success and good man agement, the Directors feel justified in solicitiaga share of public patronnee, believing that the security offered is ample, and that ail fair claims will l>e ad justed more according to equity than legal technical llies. The Company is prepared to issue polioies against loss or damage by fire on D WE LI. ING S, FURNITURE, MILLS. MA N V FACTORIES. WAREHOUSES, All descriptions of BUlLDlNGSaud their oontsuts; or all kinds of MERCHANDISE, transported by Vessels,Steamboats. Cabal Boats, Railroad*. and the usual conveyances to or from any purtion of EUROPE AND AMERICA, and ou the hulls of STEAMBOATS navigating the Western Waters. The rates of premium will lie as low as other 00m pnues, and in fixing them every improvement in construction and arrangement will be taken into con sideration. AH losses speedily adjusted and promptly paid. Office, northwest corner Pciu.syivnniaavonuo and 17th street, Washington City, D. C. Insurant? may also h* rffecudal the Home OJlr.e, northwest corner Walnut and Second struts, Philadelphia, And mother principal cities of the United States by authorized officers of the Company. ap 3 WASHINGTON INSUR A NCE COM PA N Y. CHARTERED B i' CONGRESS. Capital fat*?fooo!!! This Company is now prepared to receive applica tions lor INSURANCE ON BUILDINGS, MER CHANDISE, Ac., at the usual CitT rates, without any charge for Policy, at their Office, corner of Tenth Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, over the Washington City Savings Bank. Directors. \V m. F. Bayly, Samuel Bacon. Joseph Bryan, James F. Hsltday, Wm. Orme, Hudson Taylor, Francis Mohua, M. W. Gait. Benj. Beall. JAMES C. McGUIRE, President. Graftob P. Hansob, Secretary. ap 11-ly ANKfNG HOUSE OF CHUBB BROTHERS. Deposits. ?Deposits received and Checks paid Without charge. Drafts on the aortioyn seaUotrd oitios received on Deposit at par, and Exchange on ?aid Cities furnished to depositors without charge. Imkrbston Deposits.?Interest will lie allowed on Deposits at such rates as maj be agreed upon. Deposits in Virginia and Ubcurrknt Monet. Deposits 111 Virginia and other Uncurrent Money re ceived to lie checkt d for, pa> able in funds, or in specie, we charging the regular Exchange. D'Siocnts.?Notes, Drafts,and Bills of Exchange will l?ediscounted, aud I .onus made on Stocks, Bonus, and Securities, at the market rata. Lkttkk* of Credit.?Letters of Crodit 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, ana charged if Collaterals, on such terms as may l<e agreed upon. Traveling Bills of Exchange.?Travelers will be furnished with drafts in such sums as may he de sired negotiable in the different Cities of the Union. B lls and Letters of Credit on England, Ire land a.'id Europe.?Billsof Excnangeand Letters of Credit on England, Ireland and Europe, furnished at the market rate for Exchange, in sums to suit. Bonds, Stocxs, Ac.?Bonds, Stocks, and Securi ties paying from 6 to 12 pr. cent., always for sale, or (?ought in the different Cities at a eomm*sion of a \ pr. cent. Where Stocks are iKiught upon orders, we reserve the right to call for a deposit of 10 pr. cent on the cost. Bonds or Stocks will be ordered by tele graph. Railroad, Citt, and State Bonds.?Railroad, City, and State Bonds can be placed in our hands for negotiation, either in this oountry or Europe. Rail road Iron purchased for cash or with Bonds. Labd Warrants.?Ijind Warrants Itought at the market rates. All Warrants sold by us are guaran tied in every respect. I And Warrants Inoated on commission. Land Warrant quotations regularly lurnished if re quested. Warrants will he forwarded to Western Houses on orders, or sent for sale on commission to responsible parties. Real Estate and Insurances.?Real Estate bought and sold, and Insurances effected. Claims ob Ubitfd States, Court of Claims, Cobbims.?Claims on the United States, bsforethe Court of Claims or Congress, intrusted to us, will be prosecuted by prompt and able attorneys. ^ CHUBB BROTHERS, J en 27 Opposite the Treasury. RANKING HOUSE OF PAIRO A NOURSE. Keokuk City 8 per oent. Bonds. Keckuk City 10 per cent. Bonds?short. Davenport, Iowa. 10 per cent. Bonds. St. Louis County 7per cent. Bonds?short. Lee County, Iowa, R per cent. Bonds. City of Evansville 7 per cent. Bonds?short. The altove and other Bonds for sale at such rates as will pay the purchaser at least 10 or U per cent, per annum interest. All kinds of State. City, Railroad, and other Stocks and Bonds bought or solo. Also, Notes secured by Real Estate, negotiated or purchased. 4 ? , PAIRO A NOURSE. lD^ Interest allowed on deposits at thp rate of six per c?nit. per annum when left for thirty days or longer. | . jy 25-nra INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITE8. MONEY to LOAN on STOCK SECURITIES CHUBB BROTHERS, BANKERS, an 27?tf Opposite the Treasury. IJKOGK ESS IN THE FINE ARTS. 7 Paibtino and Photography Combinrd. PHOTOGRAP hTC PORTRAITS, In Oil Colors, on Canvas, Miniature or Size of Life, S. WALKER'S PORTRAIT A Nit PICTURE GALLERY, Odeon Hall, corner 4H st.and Pennsylvania avenue, S.WAI.KER has fitted up the aticre spacious apartinonts at a ver* great outlay of capital, thereby rendering his establishment one of the most com plete and handsome in the whole country. He has a large liallery for/r?? trhilntion of upward of 200 fine Oil Paintings, b* some of the In-st ancient and modern nuisters, to which he intends to add fresh importations. S. Wai.kkr has also fitted up a com plete suit of rooms, with privato rolling itpHrlments for ladies, and purchased the fiucat possible instru ments, and engaged a first class operative artist to assist him 111 the department for taking all kinds of PHOTOGRAPHIC. AMBROTYPE AND DA GUERREOTYPE P O R T R A I T S, from the smallest miniature to sizt of life. S. Wai.kku. by combining the Photographic Pro cess with the art of Painting. of which he lias had 25 years' experience, and whose specimens of tifo sixe portraits may be seen in some of the first faini lies oi tho city, as well as those exhibited in his Gallery, he will Ikj ahle. by the combination of the two, to produce port raits that have never been ex celled for their fidelity and life-like expression. Can vas and buarda prepared u? iiiuiaelf expressly for the purpose. Particular attention paid to the painting of Por traits. Miniature or hfo sue, from small pictures of dtrrased friend*. I'hotojraphs taken from oorpses, or sick persona taken ai their own residences, on immediate notice. CommitL??ts arid classes taken in any uumher tn groups. Au<lauv quantity of copies from the sa>ue sold at reasonable charges. Likewssesjaiuud 011 Copper for Tomb Stones, Valuable Oil Paintings, and Old Family Portraits, carefully liook liued and restored to their original freshness. Indies and gentlemen are respectfully solicited to cad at the Gallery, over Shi!lin*ton'? book etore entrance^ street, two doors Iron Pennevlvaaia b venue. /yllSm Mr. Roxburr, ha* discovered la ou of oar ounmot pMra ?W. a rwtt4-y ^ *vi?l IUD or UOUUB, from Tht rnrti Sern/Ula down to ? eommtm Pimple. Ha hM tried it in over eleven hundred tvucn and newfelled except in twooases, hath Thunder Hu? rnor. He baa now in his potMuiunortront hundred oortifioates of ita value, ail within twenty miles of Boston. Two bottles vi warranted to oar* a nurainx Sort Moutn. On? to th*M bottles will on re the wont kind of Pimplea on the Face. fwoor three buttles will dear the system of Biles, wo bottlea are warranted to oure the worst Canker in the Muutli and Stoinaoh. Three to five bottlea aro warranted to oar* the worst kind of Erysipelas. One or two bottlea are warranted to era re all Hu mor in the Eyes. Two bottles are warrantee! to our# Running of the r<a/s aud Blotches anions the Hair. Four to six bottles are warranted to onre corrupt aud running l iners. One bottle will oure Soaly Eruptions of the Skin. Two or three bottlea are warranted to oure the worst kiiid of K infworm.

Two or three Nntlea are warranted to onre tfi* most most desperate of K heuniat 1 ?m. rhreo to four bottles are warraniad to ours Salt rheum. Five to eight bottles will oure the worst oase of Scrofula. A benefit is always experienced from the first bot tle, and a perfect cura m warranted when the above quantity is taken. Nothing looks so improbable to those who have it vain tried all the wonderful medioinea of the day, as that a common weed growing on the pastures, and along old stone waHs.^almu Id onre every huniorinthe system ; yet it isuj hxed fact, If you have a humor, it has to start. There are no IFS nor AN OS, hums nor ha a about it suiting some oases, butfciot yours. I peddled over a thousand bottles of it in the vicinity of Boston. I know the effects of it in every oase. It baa already done some of the greatest cures ever done in Massachusetts. I fave it to children a year oid. to oid peopie of sixty. I have seen poor, puny, wormy-looking children, whose flesh was soft and flabby, restored to a perfeot state of health by one bottle. ' i T.Vtho?,eThoar*"ubjeotto * headache, one bottle will always cure it. It rives great relief in catarrh and dizziness. Some who have taken it had teenonstive for years, and have Uen regulated by L . 'Vhere the body ta sound it works quite easy, nut where there is any derangement of the functions of nature, it will oausa very singular feelings, but you must not be alarmed; the? alwaya disappear in from four daya to a week. There is never a had re sult Trom it; on the contrary, when that feeling is gone, you will feel yourself like a new person. 1 heard aome of the most extravagant encomiums of it that ever man listened to. In mr own pntotioe I always kept it strietly for ha mors?but shim its introduction as a general family medicine, great and wouderful virtuea have been found in it that I never suspected. Several rasesof epileptiofits?adisease which was always considered incurable, have been cured by a few bottles. O, what a mercT if it will prove effec tual in all cases of that awful malady?tneraare but few who have seen mot* of it than 1 nave. I know of several oasesof Dropsy,all of them agad People oared by it. For the various diseases of the Liver, Sick: Headache, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Fever and Ague, Fain in the Side. Diseases of the Spine, and particularly in Diseases of the Kidneys, Ac., the aisoovory has done more good than any medloine ever known. No chance of diet ever neoessary?eat the best you can get and enough of it. Directions for Use.?Adults one tab'.e-spoonftil per day?children over ten years dessert-spoonful cm dren from five to eight years, tea spoonful. As no directions oan be applicable to all constitutions, take sufficient to operate on the bowels twioe o day. M*!ICrA(:TClKD BY D?N A 1. D K E NNEDV, iVo. 12^ Warren Street, Rorbnry, Massachusetts. Agents for Washington.?Chas. Stott 4 Co., Z. Gilman. Kidwell A Ijiwrenee, J. B. Gardner, Burry A Co., D. Walsh & Co F. S. Wal.h, J. 1'. Stone. Martin.King, Nairn A Palmer, Schwartz A Co., O Boswell, Daniel B. Clark, J. I*. Milburn, DunUr Dyson, Ford A Bro. Agents for Georgetown.?R. S. Cisscll, O M Lentham, J. L. Kidwoli. my 5-ly PRIVATE MEDDJAL TREATISE OH Til K PHYSIOLOGICAL VIEW OF MARRIAGE, B> M. B. La CROIX, Al. D., Albany, N. Y. pages and 13u fine Plain and Colored Lithographs and Plates. ItT'PRlCE ONLY H5 CENTS.^31 ID" Sent fret a.f postage to all parts ?/ the Union. Dr. M. B. I<a Croix's Physiological View of Mar . A new and revised editiou of 250 paze* and 18" plates. I rice 25 cents a copy. A popular and comprehensive treatise on the duties snd casualties ??f smcie and married Iifo? happy and fruitful allian oos, mode of frcouring them?infelicitous and infer ?".e ones?their obviatiou aud removal?nervous de oiiitj, its causes and euro, by a process at once so simple, safe and effectual, that failure is impossible ?rules for daily management?an essay on Sperma torrhea, with prac'ical observations on asaierand more successful mode of treatment? precautionary hints on the evil results from empirical practice ; to wnic.h is added commentaries on the diseases of f? ina.^-i.oin infancy to old a*e-eacn oase graphical ly illustrated liy beautifui plates. It'points out the remedies for those self inflicted miseries and disap pointMd hopes so unfortunafely prevalent in the young. It is :t truthful adviser to the merned, and those oonteinplaiMig marriage. Its perusal is partio n.any recoiunieuded to persona entertaining secret doubts of their ph> sical condition, and who are con scious of having hazarded the health, happiness and privileges to which every human being is entitled to. I nee 2S cents per copy, or live copies for ?l. mail eel free of postage to any part of the United Slates, bt addressing Dr. I.A CROIX, (post paid.) Altttny! New \ Urk, enclosing 25 cents. who prefer may consult Doctor |LA CKOlA.upon any of the diseases upon whioh his nook treats, either personally or by inatl. His medi cines often our* in the short cp-tce of six days, and noinplefely and entirely eradicate all traces of those disorders wi>ieh conaiva and oubeba i.avo 8o long been thought an antidote, to the ruin ol the health ol the patient. Hia " French Secret" la the great con tinental reined* for that class of disorders winch un fortunata.y, physioians treat with mcrcury, to the destruction to the patient's constitu tion. and which all the aarsaparilla in the world can not cure. eVi H?fy?e ^?' 81 Majd#n Alhany, N. Y. \IK have just received thk foi, ' lowing Oooda whicn we are prepared to aell at a small advance of cost for <vt*h : A verv !ar>;e variety of Turner Broa. oelebrated Liqnors.vis: Turner's Ginger Wine, an excellent remedy for Di*p*psia Blackberry Brandy, a certain oure for Diarrhea and Dysentery Ciaret. Madeira, Sherry, and Sweet Mala?a Winea, all of fnpenor qualitv Raspberry, Strnwberry, <?inger, and Cherry Bran dies, all of fine flavors, prepared from tho pure juiee of the fruit Roue, Cinnamon, Annie,and Pepnerment Cordials C urnooa. Absinthe, Essence of repperiHent Kxtracr of SarsapanUa, Stoughton Bitters Forest \V ine Bitters. We have also on hand, a supply of Dr. Wheeler's Celebrated Nierry \\ inc Bitters, a splendid artiole. In a.l lition to the above, we have at all time* a large supply of the following nain^d stock of Malt l.iquors, being the only Liquorsof fhe kind in the IJistrict, and which cannot fail in giving satisfaction v ?vW.??, """/hem : Philadelphia X X, Burton and \ \ X I Ale,I luladelphia Brown fc*tout,XX For t?r. fird a tifio article of lieor. As usual, a supply of Mineral Water* Cider, Ao., ??! h?nd- ARNY A SHINA, i" 91 Green street. Georgetown. Humphries a junniman'7 On t ourth street east, between E and K, - . Capitol Hill, haw htled op their plaoe, which will he open daily to vieitors,?ud every Monday afterno??n for fhoae life Knshsh Quadrilles<?r Oervnao Waltzes, will find an c?pportunity to do no there. \\ eber ? Band has bean engaged for the sua ?on; and wiil be in atfendanoo. r.ley have on hand and constantly making the I>arger to be obtained in the citv. le H-.lm JUST RECEIVED. ?*"'f9et..f ITALIAN 4-4 MARBLE SLABS, sinned. \V nl be sold to the tnule in lots to suit, fre ^ Phi a'pIohiH.or iiaitirnore prices. Also, t<">0 feet ofSTATCAR V MARBLE SLABS at a great reduction. u .. __ . ALEX. RUTHERFORD. Marb'e \ ard oppo. tho ITnion Office, Penn ave. ? n-lm (lilt* state* fJOTICE.-C. R. L. CROWN t CO. are re loeiving daily some of thehneat FIRM -f7\ URE ever offered in tlna market, which we\>4_ invite the attention of those in want, ai we Ml assure them they oan save at least 10 per oent. ITl N amely Handsome oarved marWe-top Bureaus and Tables Rosew??od and walnut Teta-a Tetea, Sofaa W ardrobes, Chairs of all kuida. Cherry and popj&r Tables. Kattresea, liajr, oora-top, and hnsk; Comfort*, .aukets, Ledstcadit, hign and low-post. Hocking Chairs, cane and wood-seats. Cushions for Chairs. Settees, Clocks of all kinds. Extension rabies, Sidelmarda, What-not. <i :asxeM of al! kinds, some extra fine Carpets, Cottage Nets. Rugs, Waiters. Glass Ware Crockery Ware of altkinda. Fenineraiid Fancy Goodaofall kinds. And other Goods too nu inerous to mention to whiefi we invite the attention of housekeepers and others as we are determiuod to sell for cash or to punctual ouatouiors. C. R. L. CROWN A CO., u u ?it l. o?Vr,',? and Peun. ave. r. H.?We ahall still continue our regular sales on \ rues. ,iy, I linrsday, aud Saturday,lK?tn morningand evening, in fr<>nt of our store. Consignments soli cited, and m all oases advanoes made when required. . C. R. L. C. A C()? ap2S tf (lutei) Auctioneers. Home made carriages. We nave on hand, of our own manufaoture, s Une assortment of all kinds ofCARRl .mq A(?ES of the vary best, latest, and mostftaESaS^ approved ?t>lea,and warrante<f m point of Bc=dEfcZ workmanship and material, to l>? aqual to any made i", ./.rii? Vf V a*>!,"*u,n ?r any other city in tha United States. W e respeoflully solicit a call from the citizens and strangers to examine our work ; aa we arc determined to let none surpass us either in quality of work or in low prows. VV e a I so do every k i nd of H E P AIRIN G in a work , l,ut"n,,r, and at reasonable prioes. O.d Carriages taken in part payment for new and at a fair price, SIMON FLYNN 4 CO. may 13-tiin Magnolia hams. 9*1 CHOICE MAGNOLIA HAMS. Wear* just opening, and we guarantee them u'n ?quailed by any flams in this oit*. ''hoy wore cured in Maryland expresaly for oui sal e. IfTNo authorized agenta. KING A BURCIIELL, is Corner Vermont avenue and I.Vh street. ODD ADDITIONAL COPIES OP^K(7s*HT *50U the Prana Flower," juat ?o.,vKi ( the most popular aong ever published. Sent by mai free ..f postage on reoeipt cf twenty-fivs omU ii iy? JOHN F. ELLIS. I rpHB PACIFIC MAIL ^STEAMSHIP COM "r,i" CALIFORNIA, and OREGON, Ieaves Panama twice f*noh month, mi the am-1 vaiot the lotted Stat^MaiIfc.S. Company's steam en, which leave New Orleans and New i mrk rega larly on 5th and *Kh of eaoh month with the and passengers oonneotiog Via PANAMA RAIL ROADS. ^ . . . These steamships hare been inspeatad and ap proved by the Navy Department, and guaranty tpttd *nd safety. The Panama Railroad (47 milee longlu now com pleted from ocean to ocean, and la mojim in 3or 4 hours. The baggage of passengers it oheoked in New York through to San F rancisoo, tod passengers are embarked at Panama by steamer at the oom?any a expanse. The money paid in New York oovera all expenses of the trip. Reserve steamers are kept in port m Panama and San Fraacisco. to prevent detention in caee of aoci dont, so that the rout* ta entirely rthabl*?no fail ure having occurred in eight Tear*. Passengers loave l'anama the aame day they ar rive at Aapinwa!). Conductor* go through by each ateamer, and tak# oharge of women and children without other proteo tora. For through tickata at the loweat ratee apply at the agency, 177 Weet street, New York, to I. W. RAYMOND,?or to ARMSTRONG, HARRIS* CO., New Orleana,- or ]y*-tf C. L. BARTLF.TT. Boston. p()R OLD POINT AND NORFOLK. The Steamer MARYLAND will, on the fth of July, commenoe running regularly to the above ptaoea, leaving Washington (Eleventh-st. wharf) every WF.D-" NESDAY and SATURDAY at 9o'clo<-ka m. Re turning, will leave Norfolk every MONDAY and TH r K SDA Y at 4 o'clocFp. m. She will touch, going and returning, at OLD POINT. PINKY POINT, BLACKISTONE'S ISLA N1), and the uaual landings on the Potomac. Passage. including meale, to Old Point and Nor folk, FIVE DOLLARS. je 3>-tf WM. MITCHKLL. Daily line for edwards' ferry AND LEESBURG, Va., via Chesapeake and Ohio Canal.?The Paekat Boat a AR GOand M.C. MEIGS,willooramence making daily tripa to the above points.' on Monday, March 23, leaving the wharf of \V. H. and H. G. Hitter, Georgetown, p. C. every morning at 7 o'clock, Sundaya excepted; through in eight houra; leaving Georgetown at (seven o'clock in the morning, the Boats will arrive at the Great Falla.or Washington Aqueduct, at 1" a. m., Seneca at l*mM Edwards' Ferry at 3 p. m., where a atage will be in readiness to oon\er passengers to Leeebarg, Va. Returning, leave Edwards' Ferry every day at nine o'clock in the morning, and arriving in Georgetown at sunset. Through Tiekets, <1.75. Intermediate points ae follows: Great Fails or Washington Aqueduct,5C centa; Seneca, 75 centa; Edwards' Ferrr, #'.ll; Leeaburg, Virginia, inclnding coach. #1.75. Meals served on the Boats at moderate prices. mar 26 W. H. A H. O. RITTEI. /ALL STYLE FOR 1857. Now ready at STINEMETZ'S, 236 Pennsylvania avenue, near the ol Thir teenth, the most popular Fail aulas of Dress. or Mole*kin HATS, to which he invites particular attention. Having established the cash svs tern, and finding it to work we'l, he will continue to make a discount of| 12>a per cent, upon the actual market price, making tne hat sold for $4 (and not unfrequentiy for $5) for the low price of $3JJfi; a alight variation in quality for $3, and for S^Ai a superior quality for the money. A good assortment of FELT HATS, CAPS. Ac. alwuyaon hand. B. H. tTINKMETZ, aug 21-tf 216 Penn. ave. near 13th street. A NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS WHO ARE INTER ESTE1).?We have now on hand a >up ply of our celebrated BnrWm and XXX A lea. which were brewed to our own order, expressly for the southern trade'and which, we willguamnlee to keep * nv length of time, even in the warmest of weather. All lovers of good Ale oan be accommodated with the alwive .it our Depot, 57 Green strenf. iveorze town, D.O. ARNY ASHINN. iv a JELLING OFF !!?SELLING OFF!!! Having determined to make a change in our present firm it I?eoomes necessary to close out our present stock entirely, we shall therefore oommence from tins day to oner our slock at prices utterly regard less of cost. Our assortment is complete, consisting of Per fumery, Toilet Goods.Chinaand Bronze Ornainenta, Portemonnai??s. Card Cases, Books, Dnsters. Bss keta, Engravings. Desks. Work Boxea, Door Mata, and an endlcas variety, to all of which we invite the attention of the public. fry No Humbug. Person* indebted will please settle up at onoe, as the present arrangements must be closed. H. J. McLAUGHLIN A CO.. au 23- 2?. t?et. 8th and 9th eta. yi'APLE FALL GOODS. JOHN hTsMOOT, A*e. 119 S. *iitr 1>> iiff si., fiecrg'totrn, D. C.. baa received and offers to enstomers, an assortment of gooda adapted to the early Fall demands, consist ing of the foMowinc. viz : Plain Black Silks.of the liest makes Plain Modes snd bright o<>lored Muslin Delaines Rich Fail styles Muslin Delaines, at 25cents Rich English and American Punts, in great variety, (fast colors) New York, English, Bates' Mills, all Wool, and other heavier makes Shirting Cottons Richardson's and Cliaiue's celebrated makes of Irish Linens Black a.-d white Check Cashmeres, for Dusters Single and double width Lupin's Black Mouslin De laines White. Bed. and Yellow Flannels Cassnneres, Sattinets. and Kentucky Jeans Starting Prints, striped and dotted I.ailies and Misses Cotton Hose, ail kinds Gents, and Boys haifdo. Ladies and Genta Liuen Cambric Handk'la Rich, new style Bonnet Ribbons White Brilliants, Canvbrics and Muslins Table Cloths, Damasks and Napkins Linen and Cotton Sheetings and Towellings Osnaburg Calicos and P aid Cottons Heavv Brown Sheetings, Drills, and hue brown Shiituigs With other seasonable Goods, which will be sold low to cash or prompt customers. au JSMf J. H. 9. JUST RECEIVED AT THE MUSIC DEPOT, corner< f llih street and Penu. avenue.* large assortment of Accsrdeons, Flutinos.lC-,* Tremolos. Violins, Violmcellos, Guitars.?^* Flutes, Clarionetts, Flageolets, Banjos, Tamho r nes. Drums, Fifes, and Brass Distruments of all description, and warranted to be the l<est articles imported direct by us, and sold wholesale and retail at the lowest terms. Also, a lot of fine StruiA. au 28 W. O. METZEROTT. HIPSLEYCJN INTEREST, ANNUITIES, and Life Insurance, t?7c. Heather's Descriptive Geometry, with Atlas, 73o. Iladdon's Alu?-bra for self instruction, 75c. Eiectricity, by Sir W. S. Harris. .Wc. (iaK-anism. by Sir W. S. Harris. 5fo. Halleur's Art of Photography,tfie. (ieology, by Lieut. Col. Portlock, 56c. Mineralogy,by D. Varley, 7>c. ,Ma;n'? Rudimentarv Astronomy, 37o. It and on ^hlp and Boat Building. 37o. Kippin< on Masting and Rigging Ships, 56c. KaKpail on Domestic Medicine, 56o. Spencer's Art of Playing the Piano Forte, 37c. Donaldson on Clay Lnnda, 37c. Imported from London, each volume with nutner oua engrav tugs. FRANCE TAYLOR, se 1 DOBSON'S RUDIMENTS OF THE ART OF Building, 37c. Allen's Cottage Building. S7c. Toinlitison's Warming and Ventilation.75o. Dempsev's Drainage and Sewage of Towns and Buildings. 66c. Dempsejr's Drunageof Lands. S7c. Dobsou on Foundations and Concrete Works. 37e. Burnellon Liuies, Cements, Mortars, Concretes, Mastics, Ar c.. Ac..S?c. Swindell on Wcll-diggmg. Boring, Ae.,37o. Dobson s Masonry and Stone Cutting, *5o. Gil bons on the Law of Contracts for Building and ork. 37a. Leeds on the Orders and Stj les of Architecture.??**. Garliett's Principles ?f Design in Architecture, 75c. Pndeaux on Fuel. Furnaces, Ac., S7c. Bnrgoyne on Blasting and Quarrying Stone 37o. Water Works for Cities and Towus, by S. Hushes, Civil Engineer. $112. Gas Works and the Manufacture and Distribution of Ga?. by S. Hughes, (51.12. Imported from Loudon, each volume with numer ous engravings. FRaNCK TAYLOR, au 25 j\TEW GROCERY, WINE. AND ^ LIQUOR STORE. The sul>scril>er begs to inform his friends and the public, that he has op?ned a NEW STORE, corner of 12th street and Louisiana avenue, where he in tends to keep constantly on hand a large and varied assortment of Foreign and Domm-tic WINES Ll QI ORS, CIGARS,' and FINE GROCERIES, consisting of Fine Teas, Sugar,Coffee, Flour,Som, Olives, Raisins, Figs. Sardines, Anchovies, Otard, Marrett A Co,, Pmet A Co., and Col. Chalwird's Brandies in cases, demijohns, and oasks. Old Ja maica Rum, Sherries, Madeira, I'ort of various de scriptions, St. Julien Claret, Chateaux Margaux in wses, Cham nag ne Cider, Brandy Fruits, Reynold's Edinburgh Ale, Arunsette, Maraschino, Curaooa. Absynthe,Champagne, aud 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 stook before purchasing elsewhere. Mem l?ers of Congress are also informed that their orders will I* promptly attended to, and delivered at their residences at the shortest notice. A genera! assortment of tine Havana Cigar*, im ported dircct by the subscriber, at wholesale awl re tail Canal Uoats supplied on reaaonable terms, and produce taken in exchange. Levy's Old Whiskey, constantly on hand, of IMO Country orders punctually attended to, and coun try produce of all descriptions received on oousign JONAS P. LEVY, '*8'" No.&54 Twelfth street. I ?,FT' 'iN SH,INi\'by Rev- Will?C.M.Iue.M. A., I vol., I.ondou; ft. 50. Ijind. of the Slave and the Free, by Captain, the Hon.Henry A. Murray, R. N., 1 vol., Lomlun ; The TiTi10*1 Work" Of Robert Bbwmfield, London, 857 ; W eents. The Laws of Contrast of Colours, by M. K Chev reul. London, I867t 50 oeuts. Common Objects of the Sea Shore, by Rev. J.G. Wood. M. A., London. IW7; ?!. I nprotected Females in Norway, London, 1857; ?i 2*. Docds Not Words, by M. Bell : W cts. Per.-grine Munce, by The<*lore II<H?k ; Sets. Vrolet, or the Danseuse ; 3R ct?. se 4 FRANCK TAYLOR. H AMS!?HAMS !!?We have a ohoioe lot of oat Magnolia Hams; also. Hams of Ohio and K?m -v ? r- very superior. rb? ?l*JJ ??-ago?'isM&ft are au srwm gmAMfjr, L?r? Alexandria at 4H, 7fc,?, ??n,< *?Wfc fajg& ^yAkHINGTON BRANCH R A1LKOA D. THAI.MS RUN AS FOLLOWS: From WASHINGTON at 6 a. m. connecting at Rela? villi train* for the West. and at Haoiaore with those for Philadelphia and New York; it ?.i> ft. m.. for Annapoiis. Bsitimore. Philadelph*. sad N*w York ; at s p. m. (or Baltimore and Norfwi, and at Relav with Frederick tr*in. EXPRESS at 4 jo p. m. at Relsy for ths West, ?od for Annapolis, B&ltimors. Philadelphia, aid New Y'ork. On Snndav at 7 a, m.. and < 3? P- ?r. _ From BALTIMORE for W ASHINGTON at 4.15 and 9.15a. m.. Sand A. 15 p. m. On Sunday at 4J5 a. m. an<l 5.15 p. m. _je 12 tf T. H. PARSONS. Agent. Q RANGE AND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD OREAT SOUTHERN MAIL LINE Twioe Deity, (Sunday mg??ts excepted i hatwees WASHINGTON CITY ami rtie SOI TH . ?.% ALEXANDRIA. GORDONSVll.LEanDRICIi MOM) Leaves Washington at 6 o'olook a. m. ** Washington at 7 o'clock p to. Fare fro hi Washington to KiatiDPLid, #5 90. For LYNCHBURG an7 theSOUTHWEST. Leave Washington nt 6 o'clock s.'m.. arrive in LYNCHUl R G nex t m??ri ing at 4 e. in., oonneotiiu; with the trams t.i? the Yirc u n ai.d Tennessee Ka . Road for M KM PHIS. Mail Stag?-s from Char ottesvule to Ljnchbutg a distance of Go nules. Fare from \\ ashingtun to Lynchburg, A7 75. ** " Memphis. 84.25. The noat expeditious ronte to the Virginia Springs?only six hours'stage travel to the Green brier White Sulphur. Leave Washington at 6 a. tn., arrive at WHITE Bl LPHl'R the same nirht. Fare from Alexandria to White Sulphur. f!2J0. The steamer G hORGK PAGE, foot of Seven'h street, being owned It the Rai.road Company, rar.s in connect.on with the fains. Ticket* for Richmondaod Lynchburg procured oa the Boat. IC^" Omni buss* and Margate Wacom will beat tfe# Depot of the Washington Haiiroeo, to convey pa* sencers and l?nu< to the St earal?*t. for Aiexai - drift, n distance of six, allow ing ample tin* for meals. JAMES A. EVANS. Agent. Alexandria, July. 1K?7. jy 8 tf ^EW AND IMPORTANT SCHEDULE. FOR ALL PARTS'OF THE WEST. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. The recent extension and improvement of its lead ing oonneotin* lines at the West has required an ?? tire revision of the running arrangements of thm ??A bv which highly important advantagae to the trav eler are secure*l. On and aPer MONDAY, June IS. 1857. THREE DAILY TRAINS wiii he ma in both directions for through panaengers. F irs??The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN starts from Camden Station. Baltimore,at 7 A.M.Jatnspt Sunday,) atops nt way atations and arrives at Cum berland at 4 P. M. Seoond-The MAIL TRAIN atarta (Su?Ha? ex cepted > at 8 3?' A. M.. and arnvea at \V heeling at 4 3ft A. M., connec'ing at Benwood with Centra! Ohio trains (or Coiutnl-us. Cincinnati, Indianapolis I.on isville. Chicago. St. Loms. A c., and at same pine* with trains for Cleveland. Toledo. Defro-t. A c.. t.y Road,aud also at Parkersburg wi h Ma rietta Road. Third?Th? ST. I.OI'W and CINCINNATI EXPRESS TRAIN leaves daily at $jl8 P. M.. con necting at Benwood at 9 A. M with express trails from BeHaire to Cincinnati, tmtiomt chamtt of Cart at Colmmi>u*,t and reaching there in hot .? hours from Baltimore and 3R hours from Washing ton. It also connects directly, in l*?tk directions, at Grafton with cars by- Parkersburg and Marietta roads for Clullioothe. Cincinnati, etc. Tries'" trains connect at Xenia for Indianapolis, Chieeeo and St. Louis, and nt Ctneinna'i with the Great Ohio and Mississippi Kxpress for l^ouisville Cairo and St. Loins through to Si. lx-u.s in less I lisn 42 hours from Ba'tnnore. B? this tr*m tne tim* to all the oeatnt. and southern p'.acesni the West is much lese. while the disionrf is from 40 to 50(? m'les shorter than by the shortest of other routes. F roin the West theae connections are equally close and satisfactory, ar riving at Baltimore at HJii A. M. 11 j~ llsreace checkcd t irouen to all pointa. THROUGH TICKETS IM-Klat lowest rvtevat Cftinden Station and at Washington. D. C. Pasacuxers from B-tltun<.re ??r Washington may ri'te the. entire mari hy daylight, by taking nvwti inir trains, and l^inir over at Cumberland or Oak land, and resuming next morning by Wheeling Ae Ooinmodation train, leaving Cuinleriand at 8 an<] Oaklaud at FOR WAY PASSENGERS. The Cumberland Accommodation Tram at 7 A.M., will stop at all Stations east of Cumberland, and the Wheeling Accommodation a? all Statwn* he?o?d Cumlierland romg West. HUistwardls, t,,e "Mad Train leaves Wheeltnc at IJ*A. M..aai Aeoommo daiion leaves Cuiiiberiaud at 8. reaciung Baltimore at 5 3n P. M. ON THE NORTHS ESTERN VIRGINIA BR AN('H. between Grafton and Parkersliurg. vt? passenrers will lake the Express westwardly and the Mail ?s#twardly. The FREDERICK TRAIN atarta at 4 P. V - stopping at way stations. Leaves Frederiok at A. M., arriving at ltalt>more 12 aoon. The ELI.ICOTT S MILLTR AlN leaves at S.O A. M., and 5.15 P. M. I,eeves Ellioutt'a Mills st 1 A. M. and 7 P. M.. except Scndr.y. FOR WASHINGTON AND THE SOUTH. Leave Baltimore for Washington at 4.l5and9.IS A. M..3and5.15 P. M. On Sunaaya at 4.15 A. M? and 5.15 P. M.oniy. Leave Washington for Baltimore at 6 and tJX) A. M. and Sand t.jn P. M. On Sundays at 7 A. M., and 4?' P. M. only. The first and fourth trains from Baltimore, an?l the seeond and fourth trains from Washington, will !>? express mail traina. sionping only at WaahinctoD J unction and Annapolis Junction. The 'J.I5and 5.15 trains from Baltimore and the RJO and 4 2" traina from Waslnugton oonnect with the traina from Annapolis. For ticketa. information, fisre. Ac., apply to J. T. ENGLAND. Agent,at the Ticket office, Camden Station. WM. S. WOODSIDE, jy 13-tf Master of Tram-nortation. Bsltunors. THF NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL 1 UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS, Tkt Skips rnmposing thit Line art : The ATLANTIC Capt.Olivsr F.ldndce, The BA I.TIC Capt. Joseph Comstook The ADRIATIC Capt. James West. These ships having been built by contraot ex preee'r for the Government service,ever) care h^s lieon taken in their construction, as also in their engine*, to iu sere strength and speed, ana the-r accommodations for paassngers are nnesualled for elegaaoe and oom fort. Price of passage from New York to Liverpool, ui first cabin, 919"; in seoouddo., $7S . exclusive use>?f extra size state rooms, |Sk From Liverpool to New York, 3" and m guinnae. An experienced Sur geon attached to each ship. N'o herths ean l>e secured until paid for. The ships of this line havs improved water-tight bulk Lea la PROPOSED DaTT.S OF SAILING. FROM MW TORE. I FMOM LIVERPOOL. Saturdav, June 2*'... '8^~ Wednenday, June 24 18^7 Saturday, July 4.. 1857 Wednesday, July 8 I*?*?T Saturday, July 18 1*57 Wednesday. July 22 18"-7 Saturday, Aug. 1 18S71 Wednesday, Aug. 5 1*57 Saturday, Aug. 15 1K57 Wednesday, Aug. 19.1857 Saturday, Sept. 12 ...lR1"? Wednesday, Sept. 2 1857 Saturday, Sept. 26... 18S7 Wednesday. Sept. 30 1837 Saturday, Oct. 10 1R77 Wednesday, Oct. 14 liiS7 Shturday, Oct. 24 1H57 Wednesday, f>ct. 2R '8*7 Saturday, Not. 7 lttST Wednesdair, Nov. II 18VJ Saturday, Nov, 21....18S7IWednesday, Nov. S6.1H57 Saturday, Dec.5.-... 1857, Wednesday, Dee. 9 li^ 1 Wedsesdsy, Dec. S.1857 For freight or passage, apply to EDWARD K. COLLINS, No. ?, Wall street. New Yor<. BROWN. SHIPLEY' A CO.. Liverpool. STEPHEN KENNAKD A CO., ?, Asstis Friars. I motion. B. G. WAIN WR1GIIT A CO.. Psris. The owners of these ships will not be aoeoantabis for gold, silver, bullion, specie, jewelry, precious atones or metals, unless bills of lading: are signed therefor and the value thereof expreessa therein. je IS U NITED STATES MAIL LINE ONLY REGULAR LINE ami wiTHorr vs 1 Lt'as ron kiaiit veabs. rua CALIFORNIA AND OREGON VIA PANAMA RAILROAD. Ritular Sailimt Dayt, ilk 4* 20(A of ta$k month. Cactiow.?So man? frauds and imposi tions of rarioua kinds have l?een latel?< Prpetrated ontravellers (>ound toCAI.f ? OR NI A. that the aubacriltcr. ths onl* aut h<r:xod Agent for paasage bv the U. S. Mail Line, via ma, iu the city of New York, feela it hia <1ut? to caution all persons seeking passage to California, that, to avoip imposition, the* must l?e careful to find the true office of the Steamships or the I' S. Mail Line, via Panama Railroad, aa no other office in New York is authorized to engage passasc. The Companies have only one office in New York, which is at 177 West street, corner of Warren street, fronting on the North River, at the heed of the Corn pant's Wharf. If/" Observe my aign over the door. ,Lr I. W. RAYMOND. Acent. je 19- New\??rk. NTERESTING TO FAMILIES. I parsr & ^The follow ug ext'act from a New York paj cannot fail to l>e interesting. It referring t-.( the receipts of Teas in this country for owl year up to SHh ultim??. it aays they will he 12. umv?<0 poumls short of the imports of the year end ing J une 185ft, and that " The ad vauoe 111 Mack teaa. Oolongs, einee last December, has lieen til teen cents per pound; and Young Hyson Tees, <if low and medium grsdea. have experienced an advance of one hundred per oent. over last season's closing prices. "It will thus lie seen thst the strong snd rapid advance in the tea market has tieen the resi*tt of a short supplv and active demand : tait wkes it is oon sidered that we may hear at any moment of the en tire suspension of shipments at Shanghai, and. in fact, that, as soon aa a sufficient force from England arrives at the seat of war. all five ports of entry in China, wilt probably be placed under strirt I4ookad<*. it would not l?? surprising to see Teaa at a much higber figure than ibey have set attained." In v.ew of theae f?cU, wo hold out very great in ducements for families to lay in tlteir suppoes if Teaaose. RING A BL'Ren ELL. ?ell-tf Corner Vermont ave.and 15th street. THKMOLO ACCOR DEONS. a new inveniiesi X eailaad sa? the Music Depot ol W. G. METZEROTT. an 12- corner Uth aud Pa.av*.