Newspaper of Evening Star, February 28, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated February 28, 1855 Page 1
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THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, t?XCEfT SUNDAY J At tkt Star Budding, corner ?onuy^*i?lt4 avenue and Eleventh street, By WALLACil * HOPS, WUI be vcnred to (ubacritera in the cities of VVaoh infton, Georgetown, Alcxudna, BaJtiauve and Philadelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Afenj#. To mail ?utocribera tbe subscription price ia THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENT9 a year in advance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THR?n MONTHS. (K^Snoi.t cortts owi mm* ommiT VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1855. NO. 672. THE WEEKLY 8TAR. ' a car be fouad la Stofl?copy, per Tea do Twenty do to cxrta. ??????????????*. $1 X ? W> - 8 VJ 1*00 09* W'Aaa, mv4Wiiir m W- 8,Q#)f co0aa wrapper) oaa toe procured at the counter, immediately after the W?vr of tLe paper. Price?matt emi Po?ntAfTti? who an a? agents wBl be allowed a rnrnaiwn* of tweoty per eeat. Tnxasuxv Dxfixtxxmt, Jan. 3,1855. Nouce m hereby given to the holder, of the fo| lowing described av*ks of the United States, that this department is prepared to purchase, at any time between the date hereof and Uie 1st March next, poruona of those stocks, amounting in the mggr gate to 91,900,000, In the manner and on the terms hereinafter mentioned, to wit: la case of any contingent competition, within the amount Mated, preference will be given ta the order of tune ia which said stocks may be offered The certificate, duly assigned to the United Statea by the parties who are to receive the amount thereof, must be transmitted to ibis department; upon the receipt whereof; a price will be paid compounded of the following particular*: 1. The par value or amount aprcified in each certificate. 2. A premium on the atock of the loan authorized by the act of July, 1846, redeemable November 12, 1S56 of 9% per cunt.; on the stock of the loan au tbonxed by the act i f 1842, redeemable 31 <t Decem ber, of 10 per cent.; on the atock of the loans antborixed by the acta of 1847 and 184i% and redeem able, the former on the 31st December, 1867, and the latter on 30th June, 1868, of 16 per cent.; ar.d on the atock of the loan authorized by the act of 1?50, and redeemable on the 31?t December, 1864, (commonly railed the Teian indemnity) ni per cent 8. Interest on the par of each certificate froai the 1m of January, 1855, to the date of receipt and set Dement at the Treasury, wuh the allowance (for the money to reach the owner) of one day's interest iu rddition. Payment lor said <ocka will be mad* in drifts of the Treasurer of the (Tinted State?, on the a**>?tant treasurer at Boston, New York, or Philadelphia, as the panic* may direct. * But ao certificate will be entitled to the benefit of this notice which shall not be actually received at the Treasury on or bef xt, the sai.l lit day of March ?ext. JAMES GUTHRIE, Jan 4 ?dtMarl Secretary of Treasury. CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. Tht Groat Partner of ths Blood I Hot ? Particle of Mercury In It! An IxxaLuau Rxaxni for Scrofula, Klcg'a Evil. Jthenmatisn, Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions, Vitalise or Pustule* on the fsc?, Blotehsa, lioil--. Ckronlo 8ors Eyse, Bin* Worm or Tetter, 8-jaH Heal. Enlargement ani Pain of ths Bobss ard Joints, Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic Disorders, Lu<9ba?o Spinal Ccmpla nU, ml all the ii/vag-a arising from an Injudicious um> of Mercury, lm prud *noe 1a life, or Imparity of the B*ood. I^HIS vslnatl* M-deine, which has become ml* tr^ted for the number of ?xtraordinary cores, effected through its agency, ha* indieed the propri etca, at ths urg nt request of their friends, to offer it to ths public, which they lo with tbe utmost con fidenos in its tlroiM and wonderful curative prop erty s Tbe following oertlocates, selected from a large number, are, however, rtronger t- stistony thaa the mere wo*d of tw,s proprie;;r>.. and are a'l fro-j gen'lemenr^rsll known in tb-ir .oca'ities, and of ths highest respectabUity, mxcy oi th-m res di?| ia the city of Richmond, Vs. V. BOYDEN, Ehj,, of ths Ex hangs Hotel, Rich mot d, known everywhere ssys he has seen 'he Med. icins called Caarra's Spanish Mm una, administered in over a buaired cases, in nearly all the disease* for which it Li recommended, with the cost as ton inhiogly goed results lie says it is the most ex traardinary medj-noe he haj eve? seen. AGUE AND PETE?.?GREAT CUBE.?T hereby certify that for thre<# years I had *gue and Pever of the moft violent description. I had several Phv SKaana, took Urge quantities cf Quinine, Mercury, and I believe all ths Tonics advertised, but all with out permanent relief. At last I tried Carter** Spanish Mixture, two bottles of which eff-ctnally cured me, ani I am happy to cay I hare had neither chills or fevers since. I consider it tbe best Tonic in this worlJ, and the only medl?>ne that ?vtr reached myc?*e. JOHN DONQDIlN. Bxxvxa brrcu, near lUcLacnd, Va. C. B. LUCK, Esq, now in tbe city of Ri;h:nond and for many years in ths Post OfScj, has tuch confidence in the astonishing eiSjacy of Carter'* Spanish Mixture, that b? has bought upwards of fit; bottles, which be has given away to th? affl cted.? Mr. Laek sava he ha# never known it to tail when taken aooordmg to directions. Dr. MINOS, a practising Physician, and formerly (f the City Hotel, in the euy <~,f Richmond, aaya he has witnessed in a number of instance* the eff eta of Oar'er'e Spanish Mixtare, which were most truly surprising, lie aaya in a cane cf Consumption, de pendant on the Liver, the good k Js?:s wsrs won uerfui Indeed. SAMUEL M. DRIXZIR, cf the firm oi?riaker A Morris, Richmond, was caret cored of Liver Com plaint of three j eara standing, by the use of twe Dottles of Carter's 8pani>h Mi tture. ORK1TCCRK 07 SCROFULA.?The Elitora of the Riohmoni Repabiican h d a se-vant employed ia their pren room, cured of violent Scrofula, com b ned with Rheumatism, which entirely disabled him from work. Two bottled of Carter s tpemsh Mixture made a perfect cure of him, ani the Edi tors la a public notioc, say they ' cheerfully reoom meal It to all who are affliated with any disease of the blood." STILL ANOTHER CURE OF SCROFULA ?I had a very valuable boy cured of Sorofula by Carter's Spanish Mixture. I aonsiier it truly a valuable aaedkiae. JAMES M. TAYLOR, Oonductor on the R. F. and P. R. R. Co , Richmond, Va ?ALT RHEUM OF TWENTY YEARS STANDING CUaED Mr. JOHN THOMPSON, reaidin* In the elty ol Richaaaad, w<e cured by three bottlss of Carter** Spaniaft Mixture, of Sal: Kheum, which he had for ily tMaty rears, and which all the physicians of the^feou'd not care Mr. Thompson is a well know* Kft.wbant in the ^ty of Richmondf and his to mart M*a.-knble. Wit A. MATTHBWi, of IUJimoad had a servant cured ef Svphuis, in the worst form, by Carter's Spanish Mixture. lie says he ch*erfdllv rec ?m i it, and considers it a very invaluable medi EDWIN BURTON, comaUdoaer of the revenue, says he has seen the gnod effects of Carter's fpenish Mixtare ia a number cf dypbil'tic cises, and says it to a perfect sure f rthat horrible uis-*<e. WM. O HARWOJD, ef Richmond, cared rf old Borae aai Uloem, wh rb li<aM-i hi n fr?m w.lkio<. Took ft few bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, and was eaaMed to walk without a crutch, in a abort time f eur d. Prtnctpal Depots at M WAUD, CLOSE A Co,, No. V9 Maiden Lane, New York T. W DYOTT A SONS, No. 1S2 North Sscond st^ Philadelphia BENNETT A BEEUS, No. 125 Main street, Rieh ?Kknd, Va. And for aale by CHARLES STOTT, Washington, D. C; HENttY PEE?, Alexaciiia, and by Druggists W*fn? $1 par bottle, or aLx bottles lor $9; tap 21?ly UNION ACADEMY. Corner of fburUmth st. ind Sew York avenue. AFX W n:re pupils can be received to mate up the limited number Application must be aad* so?>n. The discipline, Instr notion, ?ul cieans of iilnstratisn are auch as to Insure ?atisfiirL>ry pro fes- 1a those iupi!a wh.. ais punctual, regular and obedient Qsculars at the Bcokstoree. dec 30--dm L- L.IC17 1 *r'? J'* WATUHES! WATCQES! IF YOU wuh a warranted ^ rfRwi umeiteeper. at a reasonable price, you are invited to call aud examine my selected stock' ofdb?T\.i$lisb and Gcucva W iuhe* for ladies and <~W' II SEMKEN, No. 330 Pa. av., between 9ih ani 10th sts. jaa IS?eotMar4 SOITHF.RN QTTARTERLY REVIEW for Janu| ary, 1&W. CoutenU : The North and tbe South ? Blunders of liallam Powers of the General Covet nmei.t Tbe Humnn Pamily Cotietiturion of the United States CbetnisCry of Common Life r Pony Leedeiw Recent Social Theorie# Critical Noucea. Subecnption prtee fS per annum.* feb 1? FKANCK TAYLOt. UNDERTAKERS, fto. 'JABINJET MAKER & UNDERTAKER. T13B nxlarfi^csd would respectfully inform his I friends. aoqaaintenoea, and the poblie generally cha* I* ?till ponttaoes to exesute *11 order* in his dse of busineea la the best manner and at the abort BKPAiailO neatly and promptly executed. yUIkillALS attended to at r^U 1 , the abortest notiae, and In the best VVHBBEMV manner. Bodies preserved h% the mut perfect (M? ner, e*en in tto warmest wemUur. ?aeakfUlfor pact favors, ha would reep*stfolly ?elicit, and will endeavor to merit a oootlnuanoe of the same. ANTHONY BUOHLY. Pfc side, between Oth and lOtibsts. BeaUaaaa: Mr. Martin's, No. 880, D street, third aooee east el Tth atreet mar IT?It ONDERTAKER. I WOULD rwpecTfuliy return niy thanks to the dtitens of Washington and ite vicinity tor their past patrons?*, and aay that owing to the frequent mils in the tJadertaking branch of my business, I have been Induced to discontinue the manulbctnre if Purniture, and tarn my attention folly to the WDIRt'AUNfl. I have (pared uo pains to have rory thing that la requisite to my bunneaa, and I am t_h are tore fully prepared to meet any order after a few moment* notice, and I assure those who may dre a sail that I will spare ne pains te oarry out their orders to their entire aateafaotfon. JAMJDd *. HABVBY, No. 410. Tth st- between 9 and H. M. B?Oali i attended to at ail boors of the night. iy C. WAKRlIflCtl, WATCHMAKER, NO. 330 PA. AVENUE, Between NiutU and Tenth street*, WASHINGTON, d. c. feb S4?dt\ov4* G~~ HEAT bCCEMKNTH. CANFIELO. BROTHER fc CO . 340 Btilt.11 tore street, Baltimore, Aid., Offer 0> hayere, prerious to taking their annual ac count of *tock, a large etock of reoently iniporied *uch a* WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER WARE, Jlihata ami Pi tie I Goods, Clock*, Bronze*, Vises, Musical Boxes. Dresden China, dc , AT PRI CES To SUIT THE TIMES, WtTHOUT RF QJIRP TO COST. Jan 31-?r COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR j few York, Texas, California, Mew Jersey, Loutaiana, Missouri, Pennsylvania. Alabama, Kentooky, Mary Urn J, Georgia, Michigan, Maine. Wisconsin, Obio, and UlnnMota, Florida, other State*. GEORGE 0 THOMAS, ATTORNEY FOR CLAIMS, AND ROTARY PUBLIC, Washington Place., near Od'l-FtUoiis1 Hill, 8?\ KMrn .'TRBirr dvo ?o? tu - F. H. DAVIDGE^ Attoraey and Coaaso!lor*at"i<a un COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS PC?, TQB arAIBfl OP Plrgtefc New Yozx 'Jains S?mcoky, t:ew Jersey Illinois " . " lspi Maeeochosette Yat viand Pennsylvania Looieiana, MU ^aai^pi ~ (Jonnecticot Florida 1 it aeas6e Alabama Iowa Georgia UalllVrrde Arkanms 8 Carolina Ac., A* Conveyancing in all \to branch*? promptly an! ae-pratjp'y executed. > OfllcAL Lonimana avenue, opp. Ytfth street, oet lo?dly R. H. GILLET, Coiasillar at Law* Ot&cm and reaide&ee in Praoklin Row, comer 0/ K and Thirteenth *tr*?t ??? 8h?.llv WM. M. M Kit KICK, Attorney at Law) SV>. 3 8 LOUISIANA AVXNC*. Will praetloe in the Supreme Couit of the United State* and the Courts of the District of Oolumbia. dec8g?aolf Private Medical Treaties OR THS PHYSI0L00I01L VIKW OP MABBIAQS, ST H. B. LAXHOIX, M. D? ALBANY. N Y. 2&0 Pages and 130 Fine Plain and Colored Litho graph* and Wlates. 99~ Price oaty 35 Coats, 'ft ; fr?? of postage to all parta of the Union"S? CHEAPEST LOOK RVEK PUBLISH id I>, ?nd containing nearly d ubie the quanfty of reeling xr.trer in that of the FlfTY CE.NT8 OR DOLLAR PUBLICATIONS. Tt treat* on the PHY8lOLrk | OY OP MAitKLAQK, end the secret! Ormitiea and disorder I cf youth sod oaturity, re sulting firom ex<.-e?e?s, ahich destroy the physical and men tal powers, with obMrratioos 9U marriage, ita duties and diaqoaliflcations.'and their recnediee; with liibograph^, illustrating the enatomy and physiology, and dieeases of the repn loetive ergene of botn **xe?, their strncturr, us e and fonetiuca. A popolar and comprehensive tre i bee on the duties end f einjla and mar ri*i life?happy and timtrcl iTiai.'^es, mode ct ae curing them - iafcl'dtcua *Ta<\ infs.-tile ones?their ?briat;oo and renjoraJ?-Jipuremt hiots to tho* sontemplating sutric^rny, thet will overuse ob ieottcL^ to it; nooj, boweT?r, ahould take thla iz> portent s'ep w^ boat Gret consulting its pogea acmm?btariea o x the olosasea and medial treatment at females from iiuancy to old a<?e, each ease graph ically iituBtratc-i by beautiful lithographic plates? nerroaa debility, its rntu-s and cure, hr a prooeae St once se eimpie, afe and aAestuaL that tailure 1s Impoetitie-?rnlee for laily managxmsnt?an ew y on Sp'Tmatoirhua with practical observations on a safer, and more aucc^-tfful mode of treatment?pre ?nutionary bints ot the eTila resulting from empiri n< practice?an eenay on all Olseesea arising ftum indlacrelion, with plain and aimplo rulea by ?Lieb all pcion; can core themaelvea without mercury? remndiea iut those rslf inSlatsl miseries and uiaep. pointed hope* so unfer'.ocateiy prevalent in the yoong. It w a truthful adviser lo the marrted and thoae oootemputlog muiriage. Its peroaaJ is rsr tiaolariy recoinainui<> 1 to persons entertaining ae sret d. ulta of their physinaj cood:tit?n, and who a x>nacMua of having b iaarded the health, bappine and privilege* to ohiah every human being is en titled to. Price *i& f nta per copy, cr five copies for one dol lar. Mailed fice of p<*tege to any part of the Uni :?d States. N. B.?'Thos<* who prefer may orntiultDr LaOeolz cpon any of tl-edle^as^s upon which bij bcck traits either .>ertonaUy or by mall. Medlclc* seat to any part of the Union a<*cording to direotiens, safely paca*d and carefnlly serurwd from ail obwrratlon. Addif* Dr. M. H LA CROIX,No 81 Maidcu Lane >r Peat ?)M;e box Albany. N. Y. >9oi Office cpen duly lrom 9 a ti to 9 p n, pl 1 on Sunday from - until 6 pm. S^uCu Uaaovad from No. W Bearer at, to 31 flialdsa Laae, Albany, N. Y. tit*- 7 MATHEMATICAL INSTRUMENTS. MRS G. ANDKR40N has received a large and oomplete aiMortineot of M?thematie*l lnatru* menu and Drawing Malaria a of aa peri or qaallty The Ma;h matlcai instrameote are chiefly of Swiha m*anfiCtory in '-**??, %a well ae i.i aeporete pieeas; Water ooto re and oil colors. Drawing papers of ev ery qoaiity. A1 o, Studiee io Drawing sod Painting. dec S?tr ? 1 ? Paon. avenoa. PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT. NkW and H^or.dband PlANt)8, of my awn and arvara' oAt factoriea, are always to^jr-^-n* be h?d at my liano Warerorm, on ????fYfrn anth at , between Pa. avacue and K at. <*ld "tenoe tak?n Hi exchange. Tuning alio attsnded to. 8 f. 0. RBTCHBMBAOH P. 8 ? A few very low pr oed aeeond-hand l*i*n >e rnai t2* for "l" "** ' dentistry. PvB. MUNS0N reepeetftilly col s public attrnUos I / to his new, patent, and flBBATLY (MPBOYID method of setting ArtHWe!' Teeth, with Contiouoos Ooo^-^he very PKKPHCTICN OPT^B ART. This^yis Jf Teeth has the follow advantages or*r an atnsra n ?: OKI AT STRENGTH, OLBAWLIHBBi, <>?!? fOhT, and BBAl/TY. vieing with Notore io the^e rasoeota, and noma others excelling. Pabhe Inspec ttoo* U raspeotfolly aeUdted. Ptesss soil snd ? sperj io sea. OAUTIOM ?No other DentM In the Dlstrlet of Oolambte has a right to make this style of Teetn. N. B.? Teeth eeastttnttoaoliy heel thy, flogged 1 war rooted tor IMS. ref otMe.MB steeet, MiWki GRATIS! JUBT PUBLISHED: A NEW DISCOVERY IN Ar ddiv MEDICINE! FEW words on the Rational Treatment, with out Medicine, of Spermatorrhea, or Local Weakness, Nervous Debili ty, Low Spirit*, Lassitude, Weak ness of the Limbs and Back, IndUpo-j ?itton and Incapacity for Study amjMHi Labor, Dullness of Apprehension, Loss of Memory, aversion to Society, Lore of Solitude. Timidity. Self Distrust, Dixzin>>m, Head Ache, involuntary Discharges, Pain in the Side, Affection oftli- Eyes, Pimple* on the Pace, Sexual an 4 other infirmities in man. FROM TIIE FRENCH OP DR. B. DE LANEY. 'important fact that these alarmingcomplaints ?nny easily be removed without Medicine is, in this ??.3% ?*'-arly demonstrated; and tlie entirely *'1k "ucce*ful treatment, aa adopted by the author, rally explained, by means of wbich ev fi? T*fll"l^ed u? cur? himself perfectly, and at the least possible cost, avoiding thereby at 1 the ad vertised nostrums of the day. ?tteetf New* Y ork. IMPORTANT TO Tli? SICK. I JL ^11"ae# anJ w*U known skill of Pfof- McCunoci Is a sufficient guaranty to the oubllet^at the following list of Aledicines, such ?* fc^th^w001" hbl ?**???? ?or the last thirty ynara, will folly sohtain by their effort* *o*l'U*s ?ttributed to them, and fmidJa M?Wns ?r?r offered to th? /. Dr. McClintock's Pectoral Swruv. Aa Invaluable remedy for Broaohitis, ron-ump. ttco, and all chronic dtaes^s of the thro At and lunjrs. In all d*ep seated omplainta of tlie l'ulmo ?ai?y organs it baa proved the ?.>?t sale, ccrtaiu. and rapid remedy ever employ. I in the exNns'rs practice of Dr. MoCHotock For any of the*? forms of disease, showing them>*lve* as Cough, T.ckllnir of the Threat, 8ense of Tightn?"W in the Shroat. Spitting of Blood, Difficulty of Pressing, Uoars?* nsssrr L-'M of Yoi^e, and ileciie fever, It* use will be at?sc4>*d with the hsp^lest recu'ts, while it is pleasant to the pelate aud strengthening to the vnoletyfitrm. It --ontains no laudanum or opium | in any rhape. Price $1 per pint fcvtUc. II* Dr. McCli^iocWt Ce!d ogj Cough Mixture. 1>vfSLllJ*i,i!i1\ccr* for aw**b", Tickling of U?e Throat, Tightness pf Bretthiug, Croup lnCbil ^5?. Ao- It oont*dns no preparation of oplam. Price So oents per bottle. III. Dr. McClintoct's Asthma and Hoof ing Cough Remedy. An almott ltman:*naous relist for these distress mg complainta. Thia Is too irult of an immense sxperienje, and la uston'.rLIng Li ita ^ffecta. No pei - ?on nee I suffer a day frota Asthmno? nooplne u-sja *ho will u<* !t. Price ?0 certa prr bottle. J 'T7- Dr. McCUnlock': Iharitaz CordiH and Cholera Preventive. A prompt and oerttin enjs lor Dlarrb ea. Dysen tery, an 1 Cholera Morbus ;q all <Utw. A aure j.-re vendvjol Asiatic Cholera, which u* i/*v?t*r or faaliy seoald be wltvut Pr.ta 26 ?,uj; ?3 ccbU prr totile. ^ | V. Dr. McClintcXs Tit: is Jllrrativt Syrup, f -?r puii\.ag the Klo" t. The lioat powerful pc? rtO>r ev,t disoorer^J. For ail fWo;oious diseases, flkia Lruptiom, llolL-, Picoles, Krveip-ilas, Oic^.s, .J-jre Is und t!i Ubi .iaatic an-t SypLiiitio comT>!aii;'i?, 4o. It ia a m'>st excellent npring m-di cins. perfectly pauuble, ml saf- for children or fe males. Price(ptnt Bottles) ?1. VI. Dr. McClintock's Dysptptic Elixir. Dyspspii*- or disordered dig^ion, may be oalled th<? National Disease of .tm?rica. Its symptoms ara headache; giddinem; nervoa wj; low spirit^ dim nets of vision, with mote" or rp^cki before the eyes; Itchiof the no-aril* dul.ness of hearing and ring ing in the e?rr, diM?grerafcle ta^te in t&e month; const riction or weight about the chest; difllculty of breathing; e*nse of aufl^cation in lying down, or in aeeeuding stairs; palpitations, or uneasy feelings about the heart; Irregular or deficient appetite: senae of etak ng at the stomach; aoidity-Jieartborn; pain or tall nee* of the abdomen, and eosthrenew. home of th*^e symptoms always appear in Dyspep ?la; and sometimes the came patient hae many of theio <it the tame time, or at different times. For attacking these Protean synptams in their seat and s"uroe, vli: deranged condition of th? d'/Mtlvefano tlons, the Dywpepti" SiiMr combine* all the valuable Ingre-iients which the Vegetable Kingdom affords. Tak-o in eonoeotioa with the V?g-table Purgative Pills, In oaaea where tb?re is much ooetivenoes, or with the Anti-Bilious Pills, ?hera the tunctions ol ttn liver are irregularly diech^od, it wlU be found ? moet effectual remedy. Price (la plottoltleu.)$l. VII. Dr. McClintock's Hhiumctic Mix-1 M ture. for Internal use; a purely vegetable comblntt?on tor tlie cure of Kheumati. e\, (J c ut, anl all Neural gic and Rheumatic Uih^wM. This remedy it offered ?4th the utmost ronfiicuce. It has b*eu ueed most ?xtensivoly, nud Is as near a 8pecitlc for Rheumatic Did*as*s a* the world h&j sver ?eeo. Prioe per bjt Ue 60 "entfl. VIII. Dr. McClintocVs Rheumatic Lini* mmt. An li ftlilUe oatward application for the relief of an rLtaraatic or neuralglj palu% epialiia,u*elilEg?, stiff nect, vtifftaeiis cf the jciute, palna in the ahou: lire, ba?i(,cr UuU. Ii uif iiOi) iuuMliti T?*1M trom cholia and caioj in the stomach and abdomen. A3 a ajoiite. irritant, it Is Invaluable In all -:asei 'here an external rftknulant Is uesdsl. Prioe (p-r bottle) 60 eeRU. xr IX. Dr. MeCtinioch,$ Anodyne Mixture, Dr Peln-Xxtractor>u3?<! Internally and externally for the Instant relief of alli-.alna, Toothache, lload sehfc Uhollo, Agneiu the Facs. Chilblains, N.ural. <ia, Btono or Uravel, Ac^ *c. No palu neod be en iured a moaent by nyperua who will use this inraj . able Anodyne. Price to cents par bcttUe. X. Dr. McClintock's Fever and Artie Specific. This baa been found an infallible specific for this ?*mrg? of new oountriee, and for lntemutont hr&m. No traveller or reskiiot la lay %st&* dit trlot >hom"- &II to provide themselves with thlsjure1 ntlve- Price $1 per bottle. XL Dr. McClintock's Vegetable Puta tive PUlt, For the relief of Coa?Upation cn l its painful re mits, such m Headache, DUslnens, Sick Goomaoh, Pain;, and all the sjEiptome euumeraied und^r ta i 'Dyspeptic KUxir." Prioe 26 cants per fcev. XII. Dr. McClintock's Pills, Per Liver Complaints, and all forms of UlseaMj arising from derangement of the Hvor, *ith evmp toma s-wch aa Disiiues.4, Headache, Rin^iug in the Kar?, yeik-w furred tongue,pain lu theriKhishonlier, sense of fullness or pain in the light side Jisoroared itomach or bowels, deficient action of ji* kldnevs, slay-colored stools, ke. These Pills, if taken In the inslpient stages of Billons and Yeiiow or other Kovers, wil geusraliy ward off the attack. Price 26 cents ]?r boa. The ab? ve Medicines m*7 be procured of all the principal Druggist* and Apotheoariee in this Dis trict, aad of J. L. Hanaoaw, Ageat, Waahinjrton sep IS?8m BEAUTIFUL WHITE TEETH, Healthy gums, and a sweet breath. All who are dcairou* of obtaining these bene fits, s .ould uae ZER MAN'S CELEUKATEl) 1XX)TII-VV ASH. Tins delicious article cotubinee so muny meruorious qualities, that it has now be come a standard favwite with me citiaens of New York, i'lntadelptua and Baltimore. Dentists pre tcrib* it in their practice most successfully, and from every source the moat flattering laudations are awarded it. Inflamed and bleeding gums are immediately ben efitted by its me; its action upon them is mild, soothing and effective. It cleanses tlie teeth to thi roughly, that they are in.ule to nval pearl in whiteness, and diffuses through the mouth sucli a delightful tre-hness, that the breath in rendered ei quuuely swset. It disuifr ts all those impurities which tend to produce decay and a.-? a conEequence. when these are removed, the teeth must always re main sound. It is used and recommended by all the emincn Dentist* in New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and other citips where it has be n introduced. All should give it a trial. Prepared only by FtAMTIB ZF.RMAN, Dreggi-t and t>mist, Ninth and Catharine streets, Fhila J' lplna, and sold by all Drnggists everywhere, at 9ft PCr w. H. GILLMAN, Jan 17?3m Agent lor Washington City. CLOTI1IMG MADE TO ORDER CHEAPER that *vnr.~In ojder to run off ihe remainder it our large stock of Cloths, Caxsiini res, and V?H? mgs, we will at UUs season take moaaure and make to order GcnUamon's Garments of first quality 10 bct cent cheap j titan our asvally low prices. WALL fc STEPUBNS. l??h. avenue, next door to Iron Hall, fob 19 (SehtiMtfcNawi) THE LATE MR. MEADE'S PICTURES. 1K> BE RAFFLED FOR IN 900 CHANCE* . AT *35 EACH. FRIZK NO.1 "St Thomas of Vill .nueva, giving Aim* to the Poor," a copy of Murillo, by one of his pupil? and touched by that great artist?said to be equal to the original, coot $4,000. runt 2. w The adoration of the Wise Men of the East," a genu ne Murillo; com?3,000. riuii 3 " Head of our Saviour," by Corregfio; cost .ft ,000. FRIZK 4. " He.-d of the Blessed Virgin," by Carregcio; cost $1,000. Mr. S. A. MATLACK is- authorise ! to receive subscriptions in this city, of whocn ticket* may oe obtained, or of Messrs. TAYLOR fc MAURY. All money received On accrunt of the Raffle will be deposited in Rank until the drawing takes place, trhich will be duly announced. From the tiational Intelligencer. Articles >unilar to U<e annexed we have observed in several di^Unt papers, contained in their Wash ington correppoiiilencC. We are glad to nee thai a member of the family is Willing to dispose of a part of ilie rare collection of the Ut?- Btchard VV. Mead*:, who, during his long residence in Spain, had oppor tunnies, which his opulence enabled mm to indulge, for selecting ninny of the finest paiiitings in Spiin ? treasure-bouse of pictorial riches. The dis turbed stste of the country ut th?' time, moreover, lunJe it favorable for obtaining many gems of art which would otherwise never have been purchasa ble. From the Boston Chronicle. Chrr D'ottVRit or Art.?Several chef d'uaerrt of Murillo, Correggio, and other masters, which were brougtit from Spain during revolutionary time* l v the late R. W Meade, have elicited the admiration of connoiwmir* during the past week in the Rotunlo of the Capitol. They are to be disposed of for :hr benefit of a daughter of Mr Meade, residing in New York, after an op: ortunity has been given to tli* public for an examination. feb 6? tf A BOOK OF GREAT VALUE ft IHTEBEBT. (CYCLOPEDIA OF MISSIONS, by Rev. Harvey J Newcomb, 1 vol., large octavo, double columns, 784 pages ; price $3. Embracing a comprehensive view of a I tli*- Missionary operation* in the World, with geographical descriptions, condition of the un evangelized, Jt c., together with the religious move ment.* of the age, under an alphabetical arrange meht, illustrated with thirty-two Missionary Maps. "The Cyclopedia of .Mission*, l.y Rev. Harvey Newcomb, I regard aaawotk of great perman?nt value. It contains wi?hin a moderate comp us, and in a convenient form, a Inrge amount of jn?t (he kind of information, historical, statistical, :<nd ill us trative on the subject of Missions, which every Min ister, and every christian la\man needs to possess, and which could be gained only by laborious re search in Imoka and documents, many of which :?!<? not easily accessible. - Ceo. W. Wood, Sec. A. B. C. F. M." 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A R N Y , No. 84 Bridge tireet, Georgetown, IS prepared to furnish Balls, Divneks, Sotr era Wkddinss, fce , with everything in the Confec tionary line, in any part of the District, at the sdiott est notice, and on the most reasonable terms, jan 1??tf ^ Mott Bedell's Line. ATKir TOR K, ALEXANDRIA, WASHINGTON CITY- AND DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA PACKETS. T'HIS LINE OF PACKETS SAILS WEEKLY from pier 14 East River, New York, and oftener if necessary, and are composed of the following tirst class vessels: New schr. A. Y. Be fell. Redell, master. New sehr. Mott BtdeU, A. V. Tredwell. Schr. Ann />., Win. Oliver, master. Hch". Volant, L. A. Smith, master. Schr. Commander in-Chief, Wogljin, matter. Schr. Green way, Wilson, master. These vessels are all fast sailers, and the masters men of experience in the trade, snd the only regu lar line ol Washington City packets. MOTT BEuELL, Wall street, N. Y. H. 8. MASTERS & SONft, Alexandria, Va. THOMAS RILEY, feb 1?6m Washington and D. C. TO INVENTORS. TILS cflVoe of "The Inventors' Protection National Union" ia on 7 th street, opposite ths Knot for* ioo of ths Patent Office, and ia now ready to attend 30 the business of its members, namelv: in making <xamination? and soliciting pateuts, ce. Inventors are Invited to call and get a copy of ttue Jonatitution and By-laws, and where any informs ion will be given respsoting the Union. All letters on busine'^ must be directed to this of Ice, rLrre attention will be given immediately. A ucuel shop is In oonnection with the oAoo, ehere tacdeU can be ooide'tt.'^rder at ths rhortee' ?ottao. 1. O. CLAYTON, IP 10?It Pisnklsot I. P. R, U. EXPECTED NEW YE All PRESEJHS. OF all the branches of business conducted in tbls city, Qrcoerlef, psrhapa. of all others afford the smallest profits, and sbouti n**s the preference for Aosh, ana uo one In th it business can continue if his customers are not prompt in settlement by thoi t notes cr oath. Dekirous of slodug up for the poet, I earnestly requdst all who are indebted to call mod settle wl bout delay. I will farther gire not!oj th.t all future Lille wbieh may be ctctrhcted with me must be made with reftr uce to, and with the dlaiinct understand ing that thay are to be c osed unnthly, by cash or notes at 30 days, which I have prepared for the put pose, ycapt * ?ch of my old customers who have il wayt b>*tn prompt. Z. M .P. KIN J. dec 27?tf TttANS-ALLBOaVNY BANK AND SXLDEK Withers A Oo.'s Notes purchased at the highest rates. Unocrreft Money, Land Warrants, and Virgin a Sorip bought and sold. Drafts on all the principal cities sold to salt par chasera. Persons at a lis tone? aen ll?g xae Trans Alleghany notes or Land Warrants, may rely upon receiving the beet rate*, and remittances made by draft on any city in ths Union. HAMILTON O. PANT, Backer, dec ft?8m No 432 Penn* avenue. PIANOS FOR SALE AND RENT. briber has always on hand a issoit 'wGerman and American P'-<rf2?3^ i the very best mauufaciurcrsFrl^*'^ which r.e offers lor sale at lower prices than can be purchased in the District of Columbia, aud t n the most accommodating terms. All Piac* purchased Irum me are warranted to give satisfac tion. Old Piaaos taken in exchange. U. REWS, Pr.?f?*e?or of Mu3io, O, betw. Founeeuth and Fifteenth streets, feb G?3iu* YirnO'B WHO IN 1855, 1 pocket volume ff D id's Parliamentary Companion for 1855, 1 pocket volume British Army Li-t for 1855 I.ritish Navy Lis* dj The PIhnotary Worlds, their Topography and Telescopic Appearances, by J. Braer, (Cambridge Observatory, 1 vol Blackwood's Almanac for 1856 Imported by last steamer by feb 8 FRAjCK TAYLOR A JONAS CUiCKERiNU SECOND- ffAND PI ANO FOdTE for sale on rea unable terms si ths Music Depot of HILDUS fc Hli Z, Hm Build nr. W KVENING STAR. All ELZCTIOV IPFBCH. Udies and gentlemen: I rise?bat there s no use telling you that?you know I in up as well as I do. I'm a modest man?very-but IVe never lost a pica yune by it in my life ; because it's a scarce commodity among candidates : 1 thought I would mention it, for fear if I didn't you would never be lucky in find ing it out. Candidates are generally considered as nuisances, but they are not; they are the politest men in the world, shake you by the hand, and ask how's your familv, what's the prospect for crops, Ac. I'm the politest man in the State. I am not only the politest man, but the best elec tioneer?you ought to see me shaking hands with the variations?:he pump handle and the pendulum, the cross-cut and wiggle-waggle: I understand the science perfectly. If any of the country candidates wish instructions, let thern come to me. Fellow-citizens; I was born?if I had noi been I wouldn t have been a candi date?but was going to tell yoi where. It was not in the Mississippi, but 'was on the north side of the negro line ; yet that is not a compliment, as the negroes are mostly born on the same side. I started in the world as poor as a church mouse, vet I come honestly by my poverty, for I inherited it; and if \ did. start poor, no man can say but that I've held my own pretty well. Candidates generally ask you if you think they are qualified, &c. Now, I don't ask your thoughts-I ask you votes. Why, there's nothing to think of except to watch that JSwau's name is no* on your ticket: if it is. think to scratch it off and put mine on. I'm certair I m competent?for who ought to knov better than I do? Nobody. _ ^ wiH fcllow that Sv an is trie best au ditor?that is till I'm elected. Then pc?haps it is not proper for me to sav any thing mora, let, as an honest man I'm bound to say that it's a grievous air to hide any thing from my fellow-citizens. TLoretore I say ii s my private opiuion, publicly expressed, that Ml make the be.< t auditor ever in the United States. Tis not for honor I wish to be auditor for in my own county I was oflVred an office that was all honor, coroner; wbich I respectfully declined. The auditor 8 office is worth some $5,000 a year, and I am in lor it like a thousand of brick To show my goodness of heart, IJ1 make this offer to my competitor. I- am sure of being elected, and he will lose some thing by the canvass; therefore I am willing to divide equally with him, and make these two offers: I'll take the sal ary, and he may havo the honor; or he may have the honor, and I'll take the salary. In the way of honors, I have received enough to satisfy me for life. I v^Dt out to Mexico, eat pork and beans; slept in the rain and mud, and swallowed everything except live Mexicans. When 1 was ordered to "go," went; "charge," charged : "and break for th^ehaperell!" you had better believe I beat a quarter nag in doing my duty. My competitor, Swan, is a bird of golden plumage, who has been swimming for the last four years iu the auditor's pond at $5,000 a year. I am for rota* tion. I want to rotate him out, and to rotate myself in. There's plenty of room for him outside of that pond, there fore pop in your votes for me?I'll pop him out, and pop myself in. I am for a d vision of labor. Swan says he has to work all the time with his nose down upon the public grinding Jtone. Four years must have ground it to a pint. Poor fellow, the public ought not to insist on having the handle of his mug ground clean off. I have a large, full grown nose, and tough as sole leath jr. I rush to the post of duty. I offer it up as a sacrifice. I clap it on the Srindstoue. Fellow-citizens, grind away, Lill I holler enujf , and that'll be sometime first. Time's most out. Wall, I like to for got to tell you my name. It's Daniel? [for short, Dan ; not a handsome name, lor my parents were poor people, who ived where the quality appropriated all .he nice names; therefore they had to ;ake what was left and divide around unong us?but it's as handsome as I *m)?R. Russell. Remember, every one )f you, that it's not Swan. 1 am sure to be elected; so one and all, great and small, short and tall, when irou come down to Jackson, after the election, stop at the auditor's office?the atch-string always bangs out?enter without knocking, take off your things, md make yourself at home. Dr. Beaumont.?While this weli cnown Wesleyan preacher was giving >ut his second hymn, in Waltham street mlpit, Hull, ?ngland, on Sunday morn ng, he suddenly expired. lie was struck lown just as his lips had uttered the first ,wo lines of the following verse : "T< rr nli le the lis* archangel: jnga, lt<; bitirs Irt: laef b<liind ins wings: And rinks of shining throne* Around, Fall W'TkL ipping aiiu aU the ground.'' The effect upon the congregation who j witnessed this solemn scene, may be magined, but cannot be described. A general shViek interrupted the hymn; and .he dyiug preacher on being borne into .he vestry, was found to be dead. His expectant hearers slowly and sadly dis persed, save those who performed the melancholy place of bearing his lifeless x>dy to the Lome which he had so lately eft, a living man. Dr. Beaumont was, kfter the late Dr. Newton, the most pop llar man in the Methodist ministry. - ^ (?7* Iu Cuba, the practice in vogae in respect to interments is not to have the xjffln buried with the body, so that the >ame coffin may answer lor hundreds of unerals. In rural villages there is a >ublic coffin, as we have m our villages,. i public hearse. I < A Cottage on Runners?Travklkss to the West.?Last Saturday our atten tion was it traded to rather a strange looking vehicle for this part of Wisoon sin in 1865, where railroads are about to intersect each other. Quite a fair sized house was observed to be slowly raring through our streets, drawn by four pair of heavy, stout oxsn. It was, in feet, a pioneer's dwelling, with its furniture and group of inmates on a journey to some new place of residence?in some secluded wild wood, miles away from any other harran habitation. A pipe-chimney rose above the roof, out of which a volume of smoke was rolling. The interior was divided into rooms. Around the fire some half a dozen young heads were crowding, for it was pretty cold, while the wife was discharging her domestic duties, apparently engaged in getting dinner. The sturdy and adventurous of this emigrant establishment was attending to the out door business, walk* ?ng UsivL' his patient cattle, and urging them forward as fast as possible, seeming apprehensive that the sleighing might fail before he reached his destination.? [W aterto'sn (Wis ) J?em., 15. Naves.?A correspondent of the Troy Budget gives the following as the names of the Washington correspondents of some of the principal journals : Francis S. Grand, a German, of the Baltimore Sun and Philadelphia Ledger; K. T. Kingman, of the Baltimore Sun, Charleston Courier, and New York Jour nal of Commere; Edward Hartc, of the the New York Courier, Gazette and Phil adelphia North American : J. W. Situon tou, of the New York Times ; A. Li. Evans and ex Senator Wesoott, cl the New York Licra-d ; J. S Pike, and Ma jor Macrea, of N. 0., of the Tribune; Mr. Thayer, of the Evening Post, Na tha i Sargent, of the New Orleans Bee and Raleigh Register. Men of Rkflbctiox.?The following tho lght is profoundly true. It explains the failures of men of rtflectiou in a reg nla~ course or life of action; the great typ; of whom is llauilet the Lane: ?' Those who htvc the largest horizon cf thought, the most extended vision in re gard to the relation cf things, are not remarkable for self-reliance and ready judgment. A man who sees liroitedly and clearly is surer of himself, and more direct in his dealings with circumstances and with others, than a man whose many sided capacity embraces an immense ex tens of objects and objections; just as they say a horse with blinkers more surely chooses his path, and is lees likely to shy.?Mrs. Jamifson. Omaha City.?Cuiaha city, the present capital of the newly organized Territory of Nebraska, is described as containing from sixty to eighty houses, located on a rising ground on the banks of the Mis souri river. The government house, oc cupied by the Governor and Council, is a two-story brick, and the priucipal hotel s also two stories, with a wing, the rest if the houses being of all sorts and sizes. In August last, there was but one small tiut in this place, but now it contains taverns, stores, shops, dwellings, and a government fully organized in all its de partments. Nebraska seems to be get ling aloKg faster than Kansas, although much more silently. !?7*If you have great talents, indus try will improve them; it moderate abili ties, industry will supply their deficien :ies. Nothing is denied to well-directed abor: nothing is rver to be attained vithout it. Remember, a man's genius s always in the beginning of life as much inknown to himself as to others?and it s only after frequent trials, attended vith success, that he dares think himself ?qual to the undertakings in which those vno have succeeded, have fixed the ad niration of mankind. Death of the Righteous.?I met on the sea shore, said the esteemed poet Badi, a pious man who had been attack ed by a tiger and hortibly mutilated, lie tras dying, and suffering dreadful ago-^ lies. Nevertheless, his features were :alm and serene, and physical pain >eeined to be vanquished by the purity >f h'S soul. "Great God!" said he, "I hank thee that I am only -suffering rom the fangs of this tiger, and not of -emorse." Sextencrd to the Legislature.?H. Jratz Browne, Esq., editor of the St. xuis Democrat, whose seat as a mem >er of the Missouri House of Represent atives was contested by a Mr. Goodleti, las been sentenced to serve out the re nainderof the term. Editors are pro verbially unfortunate. On a Temperance Foundation.?The Detroit (Mich) Advertiser says, "the last levice of the rumsdlers which has come o light, is the establishment of a drink pg ptand on the ice midway across the )etroit river. Standing so near thu wundary the prohibitory law maf never Jose it, but it will be pretty sure ty move 'in the spring." P0LIT 108 AND CHARITT?SELDOM CO EXISTENT.?It is rather a singular fact hat among the varieties of parties that lave ruled in Massachusetts, within the ast ten years, none have been found to ripe from the statute the disgraceful law >f imprisonment for debt. XT Mountains are considerable up aad lown in Vermont. It is related that k coachman driving up one was asked if t was steep on the otner side. 44Steep," le answered, "chain Kghtxung conldn*t ;o down it without breeching on." ? AmriTto that Swbt Prater."? rhelmpefor of Russia boost to be found vith U? "Sword in his band and Die 3ross in hisJ-Rrt." Eorops sobss. his tops, simply reversing the locality at tbe wo articles. "

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