Newspaper of Evening Star, April 2, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 2, 1855 Page 1
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? i ' i - VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1855. THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) At tk* Star Building, corner Pennsylvania ?>imk im and K/sventk street, ?T W. D. WALLACB, WUI be aareed in subscribers in the cities of Wufa. ^*tn,? C**rtown, Alexandria, Baltimore tuid Philadelphia, at SIX AND A QUA ITER CENTS, (ayehle weekly to the Am|?. To mall subscribers fee subse*pcian price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year |n advance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and OYE DOLLAR for THREE MONTH* 0^^ co?u ^ flam - oajrr CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. Th. a,Mt P.rta.r ,t t*. b,?<k, I Hot a PartiftW of Ktrcory 1b It! 2?- ?c ">? Blotobss, BoS Sore Ryes, Ring Worn er Tetter, Bosdd v^!'. 'pjyg'a^R^and Pain of the Bon?s and Ln??J! 7^?^' "/Phytic Disorder*, lumbago, 8pinal Complaints, ant all the Unssui artneg from en Injadirioas nee of M*r~urv, Im P**d mrm u. i tfe, or Impurity of the Blood. r2L!S,l*'liM"dta^whteh hM beoomeoel* bnted for the number of axtracrdinary curea tod through iti agency, has indnced the propri ?*tfc*lr Waadfl, to offer 2w^ af? ^py do with the utmost oo? ^ 4X141 wond?rf^ cure tire prop. CL ?el*?i?d trim ? large anmbfir, are, bewev<-r, stronger testimony ?**a J?*7* wor^ ?tMm proprietor*; and are all known in thrir localities, and ?tk. ^fiJKSSfS:" tl",? ~,din? ?J thm Bxch*n?? Hotel, Rich lenreely *o?d reeu.ts He says It la the most ex. traerdinary medieine he haa ever Men. JS^JLVE "YBa-?EKiT CURE.-I hereby ?era* that for three jean I had Ague sod Fever o1\tin m^t rielent descriptica. I had aereral Phy rt^an^took Urge liuaatitias of Quinine, Mercury, aad I bsLeve all the Tjaios advertised. hot aH with permanent relief. At lut I tried Cart?J? *t>*ajah Mixture, two bottlee of which effectual!* SmS 1 *m hW to ??! I bad neither ?^.7 ? consider it the beat Ton'e * ??" worU* ??<* ^ oalj medicine that ever ? v JOHN LQNGDSN. b*av?e Ditch, near Rkhmcnd, Va. _ ? ?* L?3E, ?*"!. now in the eity of Richmond m"t7 7Tkn ln Poat 0au^ such pcufidenae in the astonishing efflcaiy of Carter * VtS?^h*h? V IlM bou^'hc aPwmri3 of K v WM glT8n lw,J *? the afll Mr. Uca* ae^ra ke hw n?T?r kn^wn it ?o fail eken Uken acordlng to directions. and formerly r* the City Hotel, In the eity of Richmond, say* ll cw'l2?fESti? ofklMtMr** oi uarer*e Ppantah Mixture, which were mo*t truly ?onrr?ag. He eaya ia a case of Ooninmptlou, de pendant on the Llrar, the good effeeta war* mm, dwfnl ind*>?L won ?AMUBt, M. DfUlf KMX of the firm of Drinker A Mon-.a, Richmoad, wax cured currd of Llrer Com p.e!nt of f iree tearx standing, by the use ct twe hottlea of Oaater'a Spanish Mixture ?v???iTCU.Bl 07 WROFCLA?The Bditora ol the Richmond R^pabllcan hid a aerTant employed hi thelrjreea room, eurei of rloknt Scrofula, com Dtned with Raeamr.lism, which entirely disabled fp- rrotn Two bottles of Carter's Jpaniat MUture made a perfect cure of hla. and the Mi *.payte they "cheerfully reoom vbebiood^ W "* vffllct?4 any di^eeee oi TILL A.M.3TH1B CUR1 OF SOROFULA.?I hid e^rr ralnahle boy iwl of Scrofula by Carter'* fll?aaish Mixture. I oontiler it truly a ratable t?**' ,jbu,"*.!aw?' ssii? 2; R. F. aad P. R. R. (V> . RichoU'Cd, Va SALT RHEUM OF TWRNTY YEARS STANDIEQ CU * ID Mr. JOHN THOMPS-DN, r^idla* i. the dtr of wohmoud, tu cured by three b.'tlea of Carter's Mixture, of Salt BUim. which he had tor ?early tv-aty raarx ati which all th? r-bysicians ' theau.- Wttlu net eare. Mr. Thempeon is a well IsmMTUuit la tha city of Bicha^udf and his ? aaa >e?arkable. ^A.3IATTHI^fl, of Richmond a serraai inII^ wo?t fo'a, by Carter'* '11 .*? Mixture. He says he oh*erful!y recnm c^nlj .t, aa l oorulders It a yery inraluabie meil ?DWrt BURTON, ecni?t*ek>ner of the rerenue. Kshe has ?een the good offset ?f Carter's Spenleb L**** '? * number of Syphilitic cases, and says it Is a perfect eure ft r that horrible diaeere. , ^M. ?- TIARWOOD, ef Richmond, curej of old 8or*e^# Uleera, wh*eh disabled hl<n ft?e walking rook a tow bottlee of Carter's Hpaninh Mixture, and V* ***"<^ to walk without a crutch, in a short ?me eermea-n'.ly cureiL ?%t M WARD, CLOSE ft C<s ?a ?8 Maiden Lane, New York- ^ cx^i ^i ?L0TT * BONO, No. 1SJ North Saooad st_ MeMpHa B^NSRTT ft BRE3S, No. 12ft Main street. Rich m Aa<.?* CHARLES 8TOTT, Washington, ?^^^JblRNRY PEEL, Alexandria, and by Druggists FrU? t\9* bottle, ot Mx bottles for $3; Private Medical Treaties es TBI PHYSIOLOGICAL VIEW OF MARRIAGE, M. D. LA CROIX. 1. D? n_ , ALB ANT, S V. P?**? and ISO Fine Plain and Colored Litho graphs and Plates. 49- Price 9mly 93 Ceats. H E^Sent free of postage to all parta of the Union-eR CHEAPEST BOOR KYER PUBLISHED, and oontainiag aeaily d uhis the quantity of taeniae matter in that of the FlKl CRNTlTOE DOLLAR PUBLICATIONS. It treats on the PHY8IOLO I Q Y QF MARRLAOE, and the I iiCTft ^ItfUdif of youth and marortty, re sulting from excels, which destroy the physical and mea . tal powers, with cbesrvettoni *s aarrag^, ita -Juttee an<l diaqualifleeWcea, and their remediea; with lithographs, lllastrai'ag the anatomy and physic logy, end of the repro CactlTe organs of br?ta sexes, theu structure, usee and fhectiune. A popular and oomprehcnsiTe txee ttse on the duties ard aasualriec? f kingie aad nar (led Ufe?happy aud fruifcul al'Lauvs, mode cf se ?ariag thsM lstoi'siai? 'nfeitlle onea? their oheiapen and remote:??ai&.-rt-.nt hints to thoee wnt*mpiadcg mifcsr ay, that will ovrr^me ob bcticat to It; nooa. bewarer. should take this lm? pwtaat s'ep wiri^oat ?rst consul:ing ita pttaa scmaeatariea oa U:o aleaeaaaand ueaieai tr<^tment ismaies froca lnlaacy to old a^a, each caae crapb uallj Ulu^trateil by beeutlful lithographic putea? nerroas debility, ita causes and care, hy a process ?n5* *> sisuale, safe and effectual that faUnre is ?apne^b^ nlm tot laily issna^eiuent?An mc?v cb Spormatorrhssa with practieal o -ser rations on a ??fer, ead more suoeeasful mode of treatment?pi^ Oeutvaary h<nta oa the e?lls resulting from empiri cal practice?an ee^ay oa all alaeauea arising from iadiaareUon, with plain and simple rule* by which ?L persona can eure taemeelTes eithout mercury? remedler for thoae self lafilctad misrrlee and dlsep pointed hepee so uafortuntt^ly prevalent In the voung. It Is a trataftil advUer to ths married aad thus* contemplating laarria ;e. Ita perusal la par ticularly reoommaad*'! to persons entertaining se are; doubts of th.;lr ohyslcal condition, and who are oaafloious of harlng baaar JM the health, happiness aad privileges to which every human beta* U en* titled to. ^ Prise ib sects per oop*, or five ooplas for one dol lar. Mailed free 01 postagr to any part cf the Cni t*l States. N. D.?Those who prefer may consultDr La Caorx npoa any of the diseases upoa which hli book treats either ;eraoaally or by ias.iL SJediehte pent to any part ef the Union according to direction, aafeij paek?d and oarefhlly secured from all obttrvatfon. Addrees Dr. M. B. LA CROIX, No. 81 Maiden Lens or tret ofRoe Box fc?F, Albenr. N. Y. 89* OfBoe op?n di-.i^iy frora 9 a m to ? p ra, i^d oa Sunder from J until tpm. . 89* Ottoe iteaoved fr^m No 18 Beever fL, to 31 Saldee Laae, Albany, N. Y. 7 MARTIN'S UNRIVALLED GUITARS.-Thres of ihe?? super) instrunienis are now an exhi Wli'Ki for a limited period, ato ir Music Store. The charming beamy or their tone riicita the univeraal ? wis of 1'fotetieors and Amateurs. HLLBUtt ft urrz, Sole Agents. LOOK HIRE!!! VI ORE BOUNTY LAND TO ALL who served ivX ta hi was aince 1790, wnether as OAcers Soldiers. 8aHora. Manort, Clerk*, Indians, Chap. Woe, Wagon Marten, Teawstvre, Laadsm-ti, (or their widuws or minor children) who liave not yet received foil 160 Acres, and have been in service 14 days, will do well U. write to us. poilraid, and their Land Warrants will be forwarded to iht m for the above quantity, and ne charge if they d?> not get it. . LLOYD ft CO., Giisi Aztn>*r Office, opposite U. S. Treasury, Wastingjou Cil> , D. C juex 6- 3m ORDNANi'E MEMORANDA: Perrusaion Locks aifd Primers, by Lt. Oalilgrrn, U. S. N., in cha ge of experimental departmetit, I vn|, wiih en? ferHfi..*; jice ^1 38. TRANCK TAYLOR, tr US DOCTOR HOOFLAND'8 CELEBRATED (German BitUrs, mr AUs it DR. C. M. JACK801T, Philad'a.. Pa., WILL BFmCTUALLY CURB LITER COimfflT, DYSPEPSIA, JIDHBICB, Chronic or N?roo%? Dtf/UHp, Disease* of tJu Kidmtjft and all rfissosss artsMty from a at*. Such u Constipation, In ward Plies, Fullness, or Blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nau sea, Heartborn, Disgust for food, Fullness or weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sink ing or Flattering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swim ming of the Head, Hurried and difficult Breathing, Pluucr&of at tiie Heart, Chftkiof or Suffocitifig Hesitations when in a lying Posture, Dimness ol \ i?ion, Dots of Webs before the Sight, Fever and Dull Put ia the Head, Dsficisney of Pesspiration, Ytllownees of the Skia and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, lie., Saddea Flushes oT He* i Burning ia the Flesh, Constant I Main ri?jp of Evil, and great depression of Spirits. HE proprietor, in calling the attention of the public to this preparafloa, does so with a feel ing of the almost confidence in tts virtues aad adap tation to the diseases for which it is recommended. It is no n?w aad untried article, bnt one that has stoad the test of a ten years' trial before the Ameri eau people, aad Its reputation and sale is unrivalled by any similar preparations extant. The testimony la its favor given by the mast prominent and well known Physicians and individuals, in all parts of the country ia immense. The following from North Carolina is *spectfally submitted, referring any wha may still doubt, to ray "Memorabilia." or Prac tical Receipt Boak, for Farmers aad Families, (b be had gratia, of all the Agents for the German Bitters. Pnaeipal Oflce and Maotiteetoiy, 190 Arch sl, Philadelphia, Pa. ' TESTIMONY FROM NORTH CAROLINA. Certified/* of Dr. W. Smith, Pirn* Hill, Rich mond County, ff. C. Pikb Hill, March 4th, 1854. Da. C. M. Jacrson, Philadelphia?Dear Sir: I ha*? been a subject of Dyspepsia, ia its worst form, for the last five years. Such was my condition for twelve months that the phvsicians and all who saw me said I must die. While in this condition. I was carried to the watering places in Virginia, Tennes see and North Carolina, but was net benefited by any water to which I was taken. While on my way home, I stooped a week at Rutherfordton, a , small village ia North Carolina, to try the effect of some Chalybeate water in that place. About the last of the week, I went Into a drug store to get some medicine for my child and myseif. There ware several of the village physicians in the store, and one of thena seemed te take some interest in my case and, after asking me some qw-stians, raid he had been a dyspeptic,^nd bad been greatly b; ne litted by the use of " Dr. Heofland's German Bit ters," prepaid by you, and be insisted that I would try the Biusrs He also called the next day at mv room, and insisted so much that I would try them that I asked him to get me one bottle. He did it, aad 1 commenced taking it as directed, and I do say 1 was more benefitted by it than all the water and medicine I had ever taken. After reaching home one of my neighbors came to me for a prescription and medicine, (be a dyspep tic,) and i gave him nearly all the Bitters I had left, which effected much good in his cm He has often called on me for more of the same k nd of roedi ciae, saying he was more benefitted by it than any other he had taken, but I have not been able to get any more for him or myself since; will yon, tliero fore, plead- ship me a dozen or more as soon as pos sible. Respectfully yours, - W. SMITH. D. R. HOOKER, Roger's Store, Wake Co., N. C., October 44.1853, says:??' Having experienced very great benefit from the use of " Hoofland's German Bitters,"' m Chronic Dysentery arul functional de rangement of the Liver, an-l its concomitant evils, i am desirous of obtaining a quantity of it for the benefit of my community. You will, therefore, please send a lot, he. he. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J. ATWOOD. Hc*tsviu,b, Yadrih Co , N. C ,Nov. 1st, 1S53. Dr. C. M. Jackson?Dear Sir: Allow me to ex- , l?r?ss to ynu my sincere thanks fbr your discovery of a medicine which, to sav the lewt of it, ha* ef fected a cure that all other medicines, that I have taken, have entirely failed to ?|o. "Hoofland's Ger man Kitters" have eured me of the moet stubborn and aggravated case of the pilbs that, perhaps, ever fell t* the lot of man- My case it not a stranger in tins community, at I am well known in this and the ?urrounding countiet, and can truly sav that my re covery has astound?<i all my friends and relations, as I had tried everything reeommended, and nothing did ine any good until f was prevailed npon to try the Bitters. You are at liberty ta make any use ot this communication, fbr the benefit of the afflicted, you may think proper. Truly yours, WM. J. ATWOOD. These blttors are snftrely ntgetmhU, they invigorate and strengthen the system, never prostrate It, and can be used for infanta as wall as adulta. Far mle by respectable dealer* everywhere, and by Z. D. OILMAN, Washington; J. L. KIDWELL, Georgetown; and J. R. PIEffPONT, Alexandria, mar 1?ly PALMER'S PATENT L*}" This american invention stands unrivalled bath in thit country andfr Europe. It it worn by l,000persoas, and with most astonishing success. In competition with 30 other substitutes of the best French, English, and German manufacture, it received the award of the eaeaT mkpal at the World's Exhibi tion in Lomooh, as the best artificial limb known. In ibis country it hat beea thirty limes exhibited, in competition with all others, at the annual Fairs in the principal c met, and has, in every instance, received the award of the highest or first premium. And aa a crowning honor, by the unanimous approval of an interna tional council, the " First Premium"? < only Stiesr Mttial given for Limbt?was awarded the inventor, at the New York Crystal Palace. Pamphlets giving full Information, tent gratis to every app^eant. B. FRANK PALMER. 379 Chesout street, Philadelphia. feb 2B-3m . TIIE SUPERB PIANO, MANUFACTURED expressly lor the late exhi rion in this city, by Bacon h Raven, and which received a hkdal, is now on exhibition at our store. This magnificent specimen of superior skill will he returned to New York at an early day, uelcse disposed of. We are authorized to sell it upon very reasonable terms. We have also for sale that beautiful instrument, manufactured by Hallet, Davis It Ca., Boston, which received the first diploma at the recent exhibition. We have always on band a tares and superior stock of Pianos from the above manufactory. Old Pianos j taken in exebanga. JOHN F ELLI8, 300 Penna. avenue, near Tenth street, mar 22? PROSPER!'S CORNET BAND MO. 1 MR. FREDEUIL K PROSPERI begs leave to in form his fhends and former patrons that this band has been fully re-organixed aad is now under bis direction, and be ia folly prepared with a band of the most Scientific Musicians in the city, to for msh music for Balls, Parties, Parades, Pic Nics, Ex cursions, he, at the shortest notice possible, by ap plying to FREDERICK PROSPER!, Leader.CH A3. PROSPERI, Conductor; HILBUS h HITZ'S Mu sic Depot, or at PETER TALTAVUL'S, opposite the Ga/nson. Garrison street, Navy Yard. feb 19?4Mf* A RARE CHANCE FOR A MAGNIFICENT PI ANO.?We have on exhibition at the Fair at the Smithsonian Institute, four superb PIANOS, which were made expressly for th s fair and may be relied upon as superior instruments. We will dis pose of ilieai upon very rearaaabla terms, give any reasonable time cn them, divide the pavmenui mte small uotea, in fret, make any reaeonaole arr nge? meats to suit purchasers. We have also ou hand in store the largest and most reliable assortment of Pianos ever offered ia this city, from the renowned manuf.ctortes of Hal let, Daris, It Co., Boston,and Bacon & Raven,New York. Old Pianos taken in exchange. New Mine and an aseorunent ef every article pertaining t# the make trade. . JOHN F. K1.LJ3, tOC Penna. aveRae, near Tenth street, mar 13?If . FANCY MILLINERY. MISS AMELIA P1IBRAM and Jter have opened a FANCY MILLIN-^|H| EKY SPuRE on Pennsylvania ave-H^T ? Jnue, between Tenth and Eleventh suetu, south sije, No. HIT, and would respectful ly eall the attention of the ladies of Washington awl vicinity to their handsome ami varied assortment of imported and manufactured Millinery, latest ttylei; New Yi??kf Paris, and I^>ndon fashions ol Straw, Silfc, C'rajH". Laee, Velvet and other Bonnet*. Aba, drrs^'WufMiher Cii|M Aii grdi n U> uie -MiUinery line thaakfuJly recoived and felthfufiy aKaadatfto. mar ??Ul* Tuahit Dwiiraarr, March 5,1865. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the holders of stock of the United States descrioed in the ft>? lowing notice of 3d January last, that Tor the pur pose of completing the purchase of the amount therein named, thia department will continue to purchase, upon the terma of said notice, to the ex tent of the residue of the sum proposed not yet ob tained?my $1,158,583 OS, if aaid slocks are offered and received hue prior to tbe first day of June next: Treascry Department, January 3,1856. Notice is hereby given to the holders of the fol lowing described stocks of the United States, that this department is prepared to purchase, at any time between the date hereof and the 1st day of March next, portions of those stocks, amounting in the ag gregate to $1,1)00,000, in the manner and on the te ms hereinafter mentioned, to wit: In case of any contingent competition, within the amount stated, preference will be gven in the order of tim? iu which aaid stock* may be offered. The certificates, duly assigned to the United States by the parties who are to recsire the amount then*)!, ?oust be iranstr itted to this department; upon the receipt whereof, a price will be paid compounded of the following particulars: 1. The par vain*,or amount specified in each cer tificate. 9. A premium on the stock of the loan authorized by the act of July, 1846, redeemable November 19, 1856, of 9JK per cent.; on the stock of the loan au thorised by the net of 1849, redeemable 31st Decem ber, 1889, of 10 per cent.; on the stock of the loans authorised by the sets of 1847 and 1848, a id redeem able, the former on the 31st December, 18f?, and the lauer on the 90th June, 1868, of It per cent; and on the stock of the loan authorized by tike act of 1850, and redeemable on the list of December, 1864, (commonly called the Texan indqaurity,) 6 per cent. S. Interest on the par of each eertifiente ft**n the lej,of January, 1855, to the date of receipt sad set; tlemont at the Treasury, with the allowance (for the money to reach the owher) of oas day's interest in addition. Payment for said stocks will he made la drafts of the Treasurer of tbe United States, on the natstant treasurer at Boston, New York,Philadelphia, as the parties may direct. But to certificate will be entitled to tbe benefit of this notice which shall not be actn.*.ny received at the Treasury on or before the said 1st day of March next. JAMES GUTHRIJ. msr 6?dtJunel Secretary of the Treasntv. " ? an - i - r ? tt~ NOTICM TO FLUTI8T3.?EISENBRANDT'S superior Premium Diasonlc Flutes and Clarion ?ttes will be on exhibition and for sale fbr a few days at HILBUS k HITZ'S Music Depot. msr 19 REV. JOHN LAN AH AN, PASTOR OF THE EXETER STREET, M. E. CHURCH ?A strong desire to benefit the afflicted indices him thus to can ify. We chal' enge any other medicino to present s?ch a masj of testimony from gentlemen and ladies of high Handing of our own well-known citizens, who testify o< cures of COUOH, BRON CHITIS, RHEUMATISM. DYSPEPSIA, kc. Baltimobb, January 94th, 1865. Messrs. Mortimer $ Moirbray: 1 take pleasure in saying to you that I hsve used your "Hampton's Tincture" with very grest profit. From a serious t.iroat affection, my general health had become very much iaipaired, when I com menced to use '? Hampton's Tincture." I found If effects upou my general health most snlutaty.? My nervous system and digestive organs soon limit ed up under its us?. I nave several times recommended it to my friends, and in every case, as tar as I havs been in formed, they have use it with success. Yours truly, Jobs LaN4B am, Pastor Of Exeter at., M. E. Chore h, Baltimore. BLEEDING oTtHE LUNG8. R aleioh, N. C., Feb. 8, 1855. Vurri. Mortimer if Mowbray: I do hereby certify that about twelve months ago I was taken with a severe hemorrhage of the Lunge and had four attacks of it I was advised to try Dr. Hampton's Vegetable Tincture I proenred one bottle, und after taking which, I was situfted that I was much better; and that, taking the f uirth bottle, i was entirely well, and now I enjoy as good health as ever I did in my life. I can, and d?*with out the least hesitation, recommend the "Fliictare to allpersoin afflicted in my way. Yours, Oso. VV. Weaklet. CURE FITS?READ! More to the Sick than QoU.?Fiora on* of the most respectable Draggists in South Carolina. CBASLzrroff, S. C. Sept. 91,1853. Messrs. Mortimer & Mowbray The sale mt your Hampton's Vegetable Tincture is iacreasmg every day, and every bottle sold recommends this vaiua le medicine to the afflicted. Several of oar planters have tried it in different cases with aston ishing success, and are getting it by half dozens. It has been found 10 be the greatest remedy for rheu matic affections, and a wonderful eure has been performed on a negro boy, suffering from Fits. I will furnish you with s number of certificates if you wish them I am, gentlemen yours, W. G. Tbott. Call and get pamphlets gratis, and see curt s of Cough, Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Dys Spsia, Nervousness and General Weakness. As a nale medicine or for delieats children we bulieve it unequalled. Said by MORTIMER k MOWBRAY, 140 Balti more street, Baltimore, and 904 Broadway, N. York Chab Stott k Co., J. B. Moors, D. B. Clarke, Clarke k Rownae, W. Elliot, and H. McPher bon, Washington ; also, by R. S. F. Ci sst., George town ; and C. O. Herat, Alexandria, and by Drug gists everywhere. feb 91?tr WATCHKft, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, DIAMONDS, r EARL 8, FANCY GOODS, kc. kc. At eitremtAv LOW PRICES, by CAN FIELD, BRO. k CO.. S39 Baltimore street, Baltimore, Md. mar 14?tr I DKAFNKSI CURED-The following is taken from Scott's Weekly: DEAFNESS.?We understand that the success which has followed the use of SCARPA'S ACOUS TIC OIL, in cases of Deafness, lias been astonish ing, thousands of persons i aving been cured, whose eases were considered hopeless. The calls fbr this medicine are from all parts of the country, it being, we believe, the only article belore the public for the eure of that distressing disease. . Be particular and buy of Z. D. G1LMAN, Wash ington, D. C., and S S. IIAN'CE. Baltimore, Md.,as there is a counterfeit article in tne market. feb a8-Wm STEWART'S SKYLIGHT DAG IT ERR E AN Rooms, over Gait's Jewelry Store, Pa avenue, is where the public can have splendid picturestaken at mora reasonable prices tban at any other room ia the city. Call early. Satisfaction always given. mar 7?lna FAA?8 PATENT AMERICAN ACCORDEONS. Several of these new and improaed instrument iust received and for sale at the Music Depot o?" J HILBUS k HITZ. Also, 6 dozen of Faa'fl new and cheap instruction Books, price 95 cents. Tbe public sre invited to examine these Accords oris, having received the first premiums in every ex hibition exhibited. HILBUS k HITZ, mar 94 Sole Ageuts PIG I HON" *? We are daily receiving from Port Furnace, a anperior article of No. 1 Charcoal Pif Iron, which wui be sold low l>y HOWARD k POOR, msr 94?co9w Alexandria, Va. OS. NF.FF'S PREMIUM VIOLINS AND VI oiincelloe can be eefen at our Music Depot, r Amateurs mid the profession are invited to call and try these excellent instruments HILBUS k HITZ, Asente. A good Contrabass tor sale low for oasto, it Unniff diate application be made as above. mar 93 TABLE OUTLBRY, ALBATA PORKS AND SPOONS, kc JUST received a large assortmentof superior Ta ble Cntlery of e vary variety. Also, every strle of the finest qutlity AlillATA FORKS, SPOONS, TEA SBTS, CAKE BAS KETS, CASTORS, kc. . ? .?? M. W. GALT k BBO., 89* Pa. ave., betw. 9th and 10:h ms. mar 19?tf - ' ' i FOR SALE?A VERY PiNE SADDLE AND Baggy HORSE. The liorss is young. ?7V__ geatle auaaonnd, and ?f tine Block ; would make either a very fine cnittagv horse, or a very pleasant riding tiorse. *'?* Also, for sale an excellent work horse, perfectly sound. Appiy to No. 43 Dunbarton *t., teorjttn. mar 1?lawtf J'"" JERRY'S AND GILLOTT'p STEEL PENS various Hwfs atrd arses, bought ifc perron from e makers and wairanied rnuine. 6 FRANCE TAYLOR. BOUNTY LAND?ADDITIONAL. ALL my old friend* for wfcrm I obtained Bohm; Land, in less quantity than 160 ictM, are hire by informed that their namn and a rc<nM of the evidence, with the dates of their certificates, are am niy book, eo that I cau, with facility, make oat their declaration* for additional land. Tho*e who failed to obtain any land for want of su#oient service, many of whom are now entitled to 160 aces, nan find the lime allowed recorded by me. Others will find it to their interest to call or writ*, and I will send forms and instructions for roasonahls and fair compensation. . Any old Soldiers, or their Widows, uuaMe to pay for preparing their papers will be instructed gratis by calling at the office. JOHN D. CLARK, mar 5?1 m Agent, Washington. D O R. H. GILLBT, Coanisllor at Law, Offl* and residanoe hi Franklin Row, corpsr R ani ThJrt^snth stwt. 9fi?t Cm BAHKWO HOUSE OF PAIBO * H0UB8B, Opyonle United State* Treasury. BONDS, Stocks and other securities purchased and sold. Interest at the rate of six per cent per annum al lowed on deposits when left for 30 days or longer. jan 84?6m CABINET MAKER 4 UND1SRTAKEK THB undersign would raspeetfuily tnfora bl* ftioaisiastastntaaecs, and the pnV.1- generally that ha stnl AoaUsacs to execute all orders In iv'j of unslsia* iff the beat gt-nr.eTKnj -t the short iui acttsa. , | ? 1 HgPAOmtf neatly and prcntpiiy executai FVlBUul attended to at ^ *e shorter tStH^aafUn the fcsrt*11 Will xapner. S&ftt pnserve-i n t\t mntptr/eeL sta? rrr, even in IMA mm met* wntktr. ..04nkful Mr fact favors, he would respectful 13 ?olicit, and all tsdoavor to mailt a eontfcnuaaoe ei a?t earns. T ANTKONY BUCHLY, Pa. a vs ., a. sile. between 9th s?<\ lotb ets. Residence: .*?. Martin's, Kc. 3S0, 1) sirsst, t 'rd j oouas east ot ytWtrert. wr.r IT ?I7 "IfflAUTIFUL WHITE TEETH? ^ TTEALTHY gttms, and a sweet breath. . i~| All who are desirous of obtaining these bene fits, siinuld use ZER MAN'S CELEBRATED J.TOOTH-WASH. This delicious article combines Pro many meritorious qualities, that it has now be come a standard favorite with the citizcns of New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore. Dentists pre acribe it in their practice most sureeostally, and from every source the most flattering laudauons We awarded it. Inflamed and bleeding gums are immediately b? n efitted by its use; its action upon then is mild, soothing and effective!. It cleanses the teeth -thoroughly, that they are made to rival pearl tn whiteness, and diffuses through the mauth such a delightful freshness, that the breath is rendered ex quisitely sweet. It disinfects all those impurities which tend to produce decay, and as a consequence, when these are removed, the teeth must always re main sound. * It is usad and recommended by all the eminent Dentists hi New York, Philadelphia, Baltitrore, and other ciues where it has be.n introduced. All should give it a trial. Prepared only by FRANCIS ZERMAN, Druggist and Chemist, Ninth and Catharine streets, Phi'a delphia, ziod sold by all Drng*i?u everywhere, at 26 cents per bottle. W. H. GILLMAN, jan 17?3m Ageat for Washington City. CHARLES P. W ANN ALL, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, Oflee 431 E itrnt. one door from SevmUk, ?sor) the General Pott Office, Wathington. Acknowledgiaeals of deeds, lie-, prompilv at tended to. m-.r 30?eoJt* PropMals far building lag ht-Houis on "Sev an foat Knoll," month at Faupsoo Ettver, Maryland. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, ) Orrtcz or LiaHT-HorsK Boian, V Washington, D. t'. M uch 27,1835- j PROPOSALS will be received until the 30th of April lieu, (on which day th^ bids will be opened) for famishing the materials 'of wrought and cast iion) and Jbntldtng a lighthouse, upon screw pile foundation?, on 4'8?v?n foot Knoll," at the mouth of Patapeco river, Md., by the 30th of Decem ber next. Detailed of the plan M the light house can t-e seen at this office (No. 67 Winder's Build mg.) Should any bid be accepted, a contract will be ex ecuted at once. No payment will be made anul the whole work is completed; and before it is received It must be ap proved by tbs agent of the Government appointed to superintend the work?sai.1 ag?nt having power to reject all materials and wnrkaeanehip not in accord ance with tbe terms of the contract. The right is reserved to refect any a*>d all bids that may not be deemsd advantageous to the public interest. All bid* should be sealed aad addressed to the un dersigned, endorsed "Proposals foe Seven-foot Knoll Light Honse." EDMD. L. P. HAROCASTLB, marW?sol m Engineer Secretory. A BOOK WHICH EVHRY HUHJNMS MAN IN THE DISTRICT WANTS.?The Washington City Directory, only 75 eents a eopy, half pnee, can be had at ALEX. ADAMSON'M. on Seventh strv<U, opposite in the Post Office, where he keeps eon slant)) on band n ffne assortment af Blank Books, PSns, Ink, Psp?r, Playing and Visiang Cards, Gsmes, fcc. He is agent for all the cbeap publications, Magazines and Newspapers. London Illustrated News, Ball's Life, Times and Punch received by every steamer. New York Herald, Times, and Tribune received every night and delivered to subscribers mar 96?lm JOHNSON ON MANURES, 1 vl, London Vatix on tilling and verilizing lantf,' do Morfit on Manures, Philadelphia ' Dana's Muck Manual for Farmers, Lowell Denn on Manures, New Ytork Ruffin on Calcareous Manners, Richmond Brown's American Muck Book, New York Practical Treatise on Manures, by':he British 80 ciety, for the diffusion of useful knowledge And many wrks 011 Agricultural Chemistry, on Fruit Culture, Bees, Cattle, Drainage, Tree Plant ing, and other branches of Gardroing and Husband ry, many ol them imported from abroad. mar 20 FRANCE TAYLOR. ID GLOVES.?Just received a superior tot of Kid Gloves. Also, a tine article at 50 cents. New style of Gent's Sammer Cravats. WALL k STEPHENS. 39S Pa. avenue, neat door to Iron Hall, mar 98?9w Military history.? Drlnkwster's Siege of Gibraltar Schimmer's Sige of Vienna by the Turks Kuolly's Russian Campaign of 1612 Jomini's Military History of the Waterloo Cam paign Buckle's History of the Beagal Artillery NolanH Cavalry, its history and tactics Glante's Military Memoirs, Campaigns, Battles, and Strataxems of War Military History and Details of the principal mili tary events of the last ccntary, 5 vols Napier's Peninsular War Napier's Rattles and Sieges in the PeniMata Samuel's Hisuxy of the British Army ' British Military Biography Gleig's British Military Commander* Stocquelc^s. Wellington, Robinson's Picton, Alt eon's MarlbOMQgh, and many other* The Subaltern in the Peninsula Marshall's Military Miscellany Schiller's Thirty Years' War And many others of the same class, French, Eng lish and American. FRANCK TAYLOR, mar 33 ?. IjtOR BALB-A FIRST RATE WORK HORSE, 6 years old. and perfectly sound. Apply st ARNY'S Confectionary, Georgetown, mar 9S?eotf * NEW GOODS, T PJ. BT&KKt Merchant Tailor, Washington , Place, 7th street, has opened htr new Spring Goods, embracing the choicest styles of the season. Gentlemen preparing for the nA season now opening wilLdo well 10 see onr_ML? goods before purchasing els. where. Onr stock is complete, and ataoet*everything ne ccasary to a full outfit, nay be had without coMtg farther. mar 24?SkW4t Eflift! LiHI t,' 00 bushels superior LIME, wood-burnt. Jus cash. mar 38?toJt (Or?au) near theTsnal. 7u?? l-ded i. No. 5*1 comer lBth and C stto'U, he V* UUARLtbS UA?Ki?S, /srchttect. (Pa, avenue, betuztn Trrrth and Eleventh storectr.) u'ssHiNwroif, ?> 0. WILL contiuue (.0 Iurm?U Plnits, detail workiut fnawmgs. and ?pecflf*tln?i^ ol buildings-ot every uoocriptK>u;aud also id superintend^ejr ? tec EVENING STAR. THE BON*P tRTK FAMILY [ OorwpondfOo# of lha Hvaning Htmr J Baltucobb, Mareh 31. In mj last I tutted that my townsman Prinoe Jerome Bonaparte, designed short ly visiting Europe, with a view of ar ranging his future permanent residence in Paris. Of this there is no doubt, and he will set sail probably in a very short time. A letter has been received here from his son, Lieutenant Jerome, attached to the French oavalry at SebastoBol, in which he is represented as in gooa health and spirits, and much delighted with the adventures of the eampaign.' If no ad verse circumstances happen, this voang branch of the imperial stook has before him a bright ana glorious career.. The throne of France may yet be at his oom mand. : It would seem from present indica tions that there is a strong, aud I may add, laudable desire, upon the part oi Emperor Bonaparte to gather the entire family together upon that soil to which, ?nd to whose inhabitants, the renowned name is so sacred. When Jerome and his family shall have departed from our shore#, there will be but one of them lef. in the United States,and that one Madame Bonaparte, wife of ex-king Jerome. She is still a resident of our city, and in everj step a queen. Would it not be well for the present Emperor, while he is invit ing those of his name and kindred to make their home in France, to include the Madame, mother of Jerome senior ? She is a lady of superb accomplishments, exquisite manners, great dignity of cha racter, and would shine as a brilliant star at the Imperial court. Her heart is filled with the love of France, and the name of Bonaparte is her greatest pride. Such an acquisition to the royal family would aasundly do it honor. R. ''CIVILITIES." There is probably no class of people, writes a friend, more courteous to each other than ahip captains ; more especially do they illustrate the good leeling of their salt-water natures, when meeting a i brother chip and ship in distress Not long aince, a captain of a whaler had th? misfortune to lose his ship and all his personal effects ; but escaping with life, I took up his residence on sn island of the Pacific, occasionally visited by whalers I and at last had the inexpressible joy of I discovering a sail in sight, which gave I him some hope of renewing his inex-| pre6sibles, (which had become fit habili meats for a cook, being "cool and airy,") I and of leaving his lonely abode. In due I time the ship was ready to sail, and ofI course the shipwrecked captain had be I oome the guest of its commander. Butl being impressed with the humble posi-1 tion he then filled, he kept himself verv I retired, and invariably took the lee side! ol the quarter deck, where he stumped I up and down with an uncertain and spas-1 raodic gait?occasioned by one leg being I an ineh or two shorter than the othe.-? I maintaining a dignified s lence. For two I days, the rough old whaler stood this I roeerve of his passenger; but his pa-1 tieoce becoming exhausted he at last ad-1 dressed him as follows: I " Cap'en Brown, you have been ship -1 wrecked, haven't ye ?" 1 "Yes!" 44 Tou've lost yer ship, haint ye ?" A mournful wave of the hand signified I the fact. I 44 Tcu haint got no moaey, neither, I Cap'en Brown?in course not: how I eould you have? Well, Cap'en Brown, I 1'am a plain-spoken man, and I hails I from Gape Cod; and I has feller feelings, I Cap'en Brown. What I says I means, I and I say to you, Oaj 'en Brown, here's I my ship at your service; you're ' tu J hum' here ; there's your state-room, I Cap'en Brown ; they are all at vour sar-1 vice. 1 knows my duty to a feller sailor as is unfortunate and iu distress." j Captain Brown halted in promenade. I turned towards his host, ai^i after sun-1 dry mysterious gesticulations, indicating the utmost appreciation of his humble I position, replied: ! 44 Captin Skinner, I understands you But I Knows my position. 'Tib true I haint got no ship?she's 4 wracked,' and I've lost my 4 voyge'?I doesn't desarve but little or nuthin at your hands, and all I asks and expects, Captin Skinner, is civilities?civilities, Captin Skinner. I and these of the most commonest kind." j 44 But, Cap'en Brown, my 4 chist' and I my * pus' is at your service." 44 No, Captin Skinner, I don't desarve 'em; and all I asks, Captin Skinner, is civilities, Captin Skinner?cifilitice of the most commonest kind." j And for the whole of that long voyage homeward did Cap en Brown adhere to I his resolution, to receive nothing but civ ilities, and those of the most commonest kind.?Knickerbocker. j Ikbun M cmmii a.?George 0. Bates writes to the Detroit Advertiser that the great mystery among the Savans of the I world?to wit: by whatever process of art or skill in science the mummies found I in the pyramids of Egypt have been pre-1 served, and in which modern skill has I exhausted all its resources in fruitless efforts to analyse, is known on the shores of the Pacific, among-the wandering races of the Chinooks and the Flat heads. These rude savares understand and practice this art With as much suc oess as attended the efforts of the an-1 cient Egyptians. Mr. Bates says : At the famous depository for the form ers of California, on Montgomery street, are two specimens which are well calcu lated tp arouse the attention of the re flecting, and to a how how intimating, after all, are the relations of the past and the future. The former of these is a Flathead mummy, foun^n his canoe on the shores of Pugtl Sound in a perfect state of preservation. Those who have seen the EypUan mummy, would be ut TKfe Weekly stab. TIuj uccU?i hail) ud M?w> 3mmm* mm taiclnf a fr+um variety of liilfMrii| rM^A| tfcaa caahafcaad taanyocher?*poiU**d<* SatniSBy etB#? eapjr, fm ?JuT-l ? , ? ?? mmm+ ? ^ ? ? ?I WIX??? mum ? Tan So |t j? ** ?JJ GO" ClMI, IVVAKlABLY in 4DT1ICI. ?7-Pinfl? copiea (tu wrapper*) can kr prrwared M Um Miiitor, tawnMmtnH ?IW Km Im* of Um paper. Pne*?'rtui cvrr*. funiirni who Mt *- tf?ii wfll kt aHum1 J ? ciaw-v- n <*f i p*r?f?t. jir??? T ? T Illy terly astonished at tbc exact aittihtude. save in (bo conformation of the subj?et. The forch?a'l of the skull has been evi dently depressed by outward mechanise I appliances, but, in all else, it is the mummy of the pyramid, in a perfect state of ]#m 1 atr.a. Tbs eye balls are still rounds under the lid; the taeth, the muscles and ten<lons perfect, the thus injected with some preserving liquid, the bowels. stomach and liver dried up, but not decayed, all perfectly preferred. The Tory blanket tliat entwines him, made of some threads of bark and saturated with a pitchy subetanoe. ia entire. The in ner canoe, in which he was found, was entirely decayed, and the outer one was nearly gone, yet the body was evidently just as it was prepared by the embe'mer; and, although expoe?d now to the open air, it shows no atrn of decomposition. It would seem as it pre pared for sll coming time. Where tneae wanderers of the desert learned this art, i* a query over which toe wise may pow der; and those who are skilled in sack things will find food for thought in the strange specimen picked up near the dis puted boundary on our western frontier. DIAL GXffTLY WITH TBI EREIVO st irara asa wears. Could we but for a moment draw aside the veil from the human heart, what aw ful mysteries would be revealed f Oould we bat read the secrets indelibly en graven there, how ve?-y much that we have looked upon with indignation and contempt, would we be led to look upon with pity and with kindness ! Many, very many may have fallen; yes, from the very pinnacle of fame and honor, to the unparalleled depths of vioe and wretchedness; did wc out know the many temptations which have crowded them selves upon tbeir path: did we but know the flattering inducements held to their view by loved and professed loving ones* thoughtless of the fearful oonsequenoes which might ensue, and, abovs all, did we but realiae the unutterable anguish, which ofttimes takes possession of that sensitive soul, oonscience and duty would demand our pi'y and sympathy; and a* stead of awaking painful recollect ions, d? ?sll in our pswer to mitigats their woaa. This would we be led to svoid in look, thought, or deed, eveiything that wouUI give offence or cause a thrill of pain. We are surrounded by sensitive hearls, which one careless word might fill wi'h cor roding griet. A kind word is indaed a smalt tiling; yet to tho bleeding heart what a rdief! It buoys the sinktng heart, and uerves it Against despair. Sunny smiles may gtt tiines conceal a heart that is even now breaking, and wears but the semblance of joy, the more effectually to conceal its wretchedness. A kind word msy dispel the gloom and keal the wounded spirit. Mark that sad aad lonely one, in whose eye the tear-drops often tremble. I isteo to the low sigh that struggles to hids the soul's emotion, yst speaks mors plainly than words can tell, of the agony that rages within. There is indeed bitterness there; the world may not heed it?may even look with scornful gaze, or pass by in utter coldness. Is it not then our duty to aoc as angels of mercy to thst bsmgntM, de sponding heart ??to soothe its despond ency, and point to a brighter hep*. There is music ^ a kindly word Jiat can soften the hard?t {heart/and when onoe the better feelings are roused there is hope. A harsh or unfeeling word may Ull like a withering curse, and urge on to ruin or despair thousands who otherwiso might be reclaimed. Therefore, is it our duty to be kind to all, to the lowest and meanest of God's creatures. It wiU oost us nothing, and may be the messenger of peace, comfbrt, and happiness to the de sponding, despairing one. Words of love and tenderness are sweeter, dearer, and of far more value than aueht else this cold, se'.tish world can yield to miserable, fallen man. How Tns Truxs Divikt Taxis Womx*. The Grand Senior often diverts his ladies with a variety of recreations. In the month of 4Iay they have the grest tulip feast, which requires vast preparations. There are in the gardens of the seraglio large portions of variegated tupils, which, on these days, are interspersed with all kinds of singing-birds ; shops are erect ed around them, and furnished by the Sultan with all sarU of trinkets, toys, and rich stuffs. Boms of ths most face tious females of court are the shop-wo men. He buys from all, and regales all his ladies. At night this bazaar is deco rated with lamps, and makes a pleasing prospeot eren at a distanoe. Great men indulge their women in similar amuse ments and on these occasions of festivity some oall in neighboring harems, so that Crhaps, the women peas their time meae ppily and agreeably than we imagine; at least they enjoy better health aad vigor than if they had operas plays Baas Iagh, Vauxballs and routes, continually harassing their constitutions and abridg ing a short existence in a vortex of eft* pricious and turbulent diversions.?Lor pent. - f?7" "Will you take this woman to be your wedded wife ?" asked an Illinois magistrate of the masculine of a oouple who stood up before him. ??Well, squire, you must be a tarnal green hand te ask me such a oueation as that ar. Do yon think that I'd be such a piaguey fool as to go to the bar hunt, and take this ar gal from the qui km* froKe, If I wasn't constriptuously sartain and determined to have her ? Drive on with your busi ness, and don't ax foolish queaaong." XT' A disoontended man was perpetu ally in the habit of reminding his sasooi rib wbat an excellent manager his first wife was. Out of all patieace. she one day ctnuftrted him with the remark that no one regretted hor death raofs than she did.

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