Newspaper of Evening Star, March 5, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated March 5, 1855 Page 1
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? ? "? ? < 1 . ?? THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (E SLEPT sSf.'NDAY,) At the Star Building, corner Pennsylvania avenue and Eleventh, street, By WALLACil St HOPK, WUi be wrvvd to subscribers ia the aitiaa of Wuii taftoo, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agent*- To mail subscriber* the vubMnptioa price i* THERE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS' a year in orftwvr, TWO DOL LARS for BiX MONTHS, an<1 ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. {J^Siuoli coma on CIJTT. CARTER'S VOL. V WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, MARCH 5, 1855. NO. 676. THE WEEKLY STAR. This ai-rJl.>n? Fata Jy a ad N^wrMnanMO?con taintag ? greater variety of tntereedag raadtay than can he fonad in any other?1* poWished on Saturday ' ' ' Biagla copy, pm $1 * ro rums. Flee eopiss ...... . 5 Ou 4o ...... tW 1 wrrntv du is ill 09-eAsa, nrr?ti?iiT ? tmiM. Single aoplea (h? wrappers) oa.be 9 cairra of the at the ctiui paper. Posts astk as who act a? agrnts will be allowed a commissi!* 'f twenty per ceat. SPANISH MIXTURE. Tbi Or??t Parlltr of (be Blood! Hot a Psrtiel* of Mercury In It! An InaUDM Kmfti lor Sc-oftala, KHg's I Til, Bfctumetiam, Obetiaate Cutaneous Eruptions, Pimples Of Pustules OB the tma?, Blotches, Boil*, Chronic Sore Eyes, Ring Worm or Tetter, Scald Heal. Enlargement and Pain cf the Boom and Joints. Stubborn Ulcer*, Syphilitic Disorders, Lumbago Spinni Complants, and all the diseases trWo| from an i^juiihous on of Mermry, Im prU'i -am in Life, or Imparity of the Blood. THIS valuable Mfdidu, which hae become cali brated for the nam bar of ?xtracrdtnary cures, effected through its sgeicy, ha< induced the propri etor at the org nt request of their friends, to offer it to the pobtte, which they do with the utmost ccn> fiienoe in ite virtu-s aid wonderful curative prop erty ? The follow is s certiorates, (elected trom a large number, ere, hi>wev?r, stronger testimony than the saere wo?M of the proprietor*; and ere all from gentlemen we'l known in th*lr loca itiep, and ef the highes* reepecUbCUy, many of th-m res diaf in the city of Ktcbuoid, Va. F. BOYD EN, Esq,, cf the Exchange Hotel, Rich moad, known everywhere says he has seen 'he Me* I das ca'led Caxtki*? if iwbh Miituu, administered in over a handrsd oases, in nearly all the disease* for which It I* recommended, with the most aston ishingly good remits He says it is the most ex trnerd.nary medicine he has ever seen. AOUE AND FEVER?0RK4T CURB-?I hereby certify that for thxee yenra I had Ague wad P-vei of the mot Tul-nt de?iript;on. I h*<l several Phf t.idans, took l%rg? quantities of Quinine, Ke.-curr, sod I bel eve all the T >nic* a1verti>*d, bat ail with out permanent relief. At last I tried CarterV Spanish Mixture, two bottles of which eff-<ctuaily cured me. and I am happy to say I hare had neitbet chills or levers since. I consider It the bqst Tonic la this wbrli, and the only medi'ine that ?ver reached sjcax. JO UN LONGD&N. Bxavxx Ditch, near Richmond, Va. 0. B. LOCK, Esq., now in the city of Richmond and for many years in the Post OfBos, has such confidence in the astonishing efllsaey of Carter'* Spanish Mixture, that h? has bought upwsrdf of IE bottles, which he h&s given away to the a21 cteJ.? Mr. Look says he h%* never known it t ? fail when taken according to directions. Dr. MINOR, a practising Physician, and formerly <f the Oity Hotel, In ths city of Richmond, says he las witnessed in a numb*r of instances in* elects ol Oar er's Spanish Mixture, which were meet truly surprising lis says in a case of Ccniutuptica, de pendent to the Liver, th* good ?!fe~te wars won derful Indeed. SAMUEL M. DRlNILEd, cf the firm of Drinker A Iiorria, Uiehm >nd. was cured cured of Liver Gem ^ plaint of three ?<w.rj rtanding: by the us>: ct twe bottles of Carter's Si??ni h Mixture. ORBIT CURP Qt SCROFULA?The Bdltors ol ths Richmond Kepub'.l an h-u a servant employed In their pras room, f a?vi of violent Scrofula, com b-ned with Rhsuma::isn. which entirely disabled htm from work. Two bottled of Carter's fpanisb Mixture made a perfect sure of him, an i the l'4i tor? ia a public ootic-*, t*j the/ * cueerfuliv reoi<m meni it to all who are aflijcsd with any disease ot the blood " STILL ANOrilBR CURS OF SCROFULA.?I hid a very valuable boy ccr?jd of Scrofula by Carter's ^?Lith Mixture. I sounder it truly a valuable median*. JAMES M TAYl/^ii, Conuuoior on the R. F. ani P. R. K. Co., Richmond, Va. SALT RHEUId OF TWENTY YEARS STANDIXO CUnBD Mr. JOHN T20MPS0N, r*idin* in the city o! Richmond. w?4 cursl by three bottlus cf Cuxter'i Mixture, of Salt Kheum, which h' h*d for a eat 1/ ttu'.T years, and which all the phjsicians of tLe set? aonld not cure. Mr. Tn m^cu is a well kwri aothaat !n the city of Richmond? and his i? mns> isst.'kablD. Wii A-MAi rag Vg, of RiJimOwd had a .-errant cured ?f oyphi'da, in ths worst form, by Ca ter'* Spanish Mixture. He ssyj he cheerfully recom men Is it, and ccndden> it a very invaluable melt cine. BDW1N BURTON, commissioner ol the revenue, says he hai seen the good effects of Carter's Spanish Hixtmre in a number of Syphilitic cades, and says It Is a perfect eure f. r that horrb> di.tease. WM. 0. HAH\ffO)D, ar Richmoad. cured cf old tores a*l Clears, wh eh disabled bi n fr?m Walking. Took ih? bottler of CarrVr's Spanish Mixture, and was eaahl -l to walk without a crutch, in a short tims penaanen'ly cured. Principal Depots at M WARD, CLOSE * Co,, Nol 88 daidau L?n% S?w York T. W. DYOCT A S0N3, No. ISi Norta SeconJ sL, Philadelphia BKNNETf A BCE'13, No. 126 Main street, Rich acLil. Va. An J for sale by CHAKLBS SIOTT, Wa?hington, D C; llENdY POL, Alsxax*aria, and by Druggists everywhe*e. Priee $1 per bottle, or six bottles f^r %'j: ' leo >1?1 y UNION ACADEMY. Ojnur of TowUenOi si. and K*v> York avmiu. AtEW m-re pupils oan be re.eivt-d to make m the limited number. Application must be made soon. The discipline, in traction, an 1 n<eans of illustration are sach as to i'-- ar - -atisfuct >ry pro gree1 la those luptis who ate , uuCUai, regular and ob*4i*nC Cueulars at the Bookstores. dac U?Zm Z- ' **n3 OUTHKRN UL AKTEBLY REV1KW fr?r Janu ary, IBiS. U?nteuU : The North and the South Blunders of llallam Puw?-r? of the General Government Tlte Human Family C<msiituu<>u of the lTnited St ?te* IbfBii-iry of Omoton Lac Party Leaders Recent Social Theoncs Critical Notices. SubecriuUou unce per aiumin.* l^b 19 FKANCK TAYLOR. EXPSCrKD NEW Y8A.B PEESKH78. OF all the tranche# of budiness conduct<d in tbls city, Qr< Cvri^*, perhaps, of a'l others afford U?e staalUet pr_?tJ, ani ?b3Ui>l h*v# the preference for eaeh, and no one la th%t business can continue ?f hn - m*Ti are not iu settleinent by chort botes or c tsh. 1/wiioui of tlotiog up tor the psftt, I tamert'y request all who sr? iuistted to call a*d Mil^rUi U^i^Vive notioa that a!l future bill* which may be ccutractsd with me must be m?de with nfrt'uu to, and with tho dt* bet cuderstaud loj that they are to be c'osed m)nth'y, by cash or nutas at X) days, which I have prspareJ for the pur po-e, except ? uch ofay old customers ?^0 h^ve al ways betn prompt. Z. m .P. alfltt. dee r?tf T'RAN^-ALLEaHANY BANK AND SBLDKN Withers A Oo.'s Nctes purchased at the highost Uacsrrent Monsy, Land WarranU.ani Virgin s Scrip bought and sold. Drafts oa ail the principal cities so!d to suit pur Persons a' a dtatanc 5 sealing m* Trans Ails^bany notes or Land Warrants, may nly upon r??r>'lnI the beat raSe>, ani rem>Uancas m*d? bj dr^t on any e*ty in the Union. HA MI-TON O. FANT, Banker, No <3* Pear.* avenue. 8PUB3?SPURS?SFO Rb. A VALUABLE IN V EMTIO N, an improved SPUR, w now offered lor 'll^ur ln of C<>untv Rights. Enquue ol Jt>HN t. C LARK, 8o4? Agent lor Wilba/u EverdeJ, Jr, As?g?ee, cwner o<" E and Eighth strecu. feb c?N PIANOS FOR SALE AND RENT. rpHK subeenber has always on h?nd ? 1 ment o? German and American "''sCaJp ANOS, Irom the very best iuanufacturers|-| f f |l which B* offers for salt- at lower prieM than can be purchased iu the Dwtnct of ( and ?a the most accommodating terms. All ria^os purchased Ir <m me are warranted to g.ve sattsfac UOU. old Pianos takea in eiclun^e. B. UE1SS, Profeswir of Mu.sc, G betw. Pourtecu'U and Fifteenth streets. feb f ' * tirHO'fJ WHJlN 1S.\5, 1 ,?c*et volume W II jd's Parliamentary Companion for 1835, 1 p05^r,A*rryLl.tforlS55 Th^l^^y VVorldi, their Top-Mjraphy and T^opl^A^arancee/by J. Breer, Cambridge Obeervatory, 1 vol BlickW'iod^ Almanac for 1^ lmp?rted by last earner b/RAVCW TAV|,qr. TkWAS CH1CKERINO 8EC?>m H\ND P^ A rW> iroiTE for sale on rea or able terms m ^^r^^H.LHlIS ^ HUZ.Scar^ Tm^EL AN YEAR BO^K uij FACT! w w UftAllS ! JUST PUBLISHED: A NEW DISCOVERY IN MEDICINE! A FEW word* on the Rational Treatment, with out Medici a*, of Spermatorrhea, or Local Weakness, Nervous Debili ty, Low Spirit*, Latitude, Weak ness of the Limbs and Back, Indlspo-i sition and Incapacity for Study and' Labor, Dullness of Apprehension, Loss of Memory, aversion to Socicty, Love of Solitude. Timidity, Srlf Dutnut, Dizziness, Head Ache, Involuntary Discharges, Pain in the Sid?, Affection of th? Eye*, Pimples on the Face, S*iuh! and other infirmities in man. PROM THE FRENCH OF DR. B. DE LANEY. The important fact that these alarming complaint* may easily be removed without Medicine is, in this small tract, dearly demonstrated; and the entirely new and highly successful treatment, as adopted by the author, fully explained, by means of which ev ery one is enabled to cure himself perfectly, and nl the least possible cost, avoiding thereby all the ad verted nostrums of the day. Sent to any address, gratia, and post free in a sealed envelope, by remitting (post paid) two post i to Dr. B. DE LANEY, No. 17 Lispenard age stamp* street, New York. jan 17?3m DOCTOR HOOFLAND'S CELEBRATED 0trman Bitters, PREPAXED ET DB. C. *. JACKSON, Philad'a., Pa., WILL EFFECTUALLY CURE LITER COMPLAINT, DT8PEPSIA, JAUNDICE, Vk ramie or Xervoul Debility, Ditto set of the I Kidney!, and all diieatet ariting from a dit | ordered Liter or Stnmaek. Sjch as Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness, or Blood to the Hea l, Aridity of the Stomat h, Nau sea, Heartburn Difgust for food, Fullness or weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sink ing or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swim muig of the Head, Hurr ed md difficult Breathing. Plu'tering at the Heart", Choking or Suffocating Sensations when in a lying Posture, Dimness ot Vision, Dots of W? bs before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Ileal, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness ol Pie Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, 4c., Sudden Flu->h?s of Heat Burning int he Flesh, Constant Imagin ing* of Evil, and great depression wf Spi-its. T"HE proprietor, in calling the attention of the public to this preparation,does so with a feel ing ot the utmost confidence in its virtues and adap tation to the diseases for which it is recommended It is no new and untried article, but one that lias stoed the test of a ten years' trial before the Ameri can people, and its reputation and sale is unrivalled by any similar preparations extant. The testim<>ny in its favor given by the most prominent and well known Physicians and individual*, in all parts of the country is immense. The following from North t*ai< lina is respectfully sub i ittod, referring any who may still doubt, to my "Memorabilia," or Prac tical Receipt Book for Farmers and Families, to be had gratis, of a'l the Agents tor the German Rulers. Principal Office and Mar ufactory, 1:40 Arch st., Philadelphia, Pa. TESTIMONY FROM NORTH CAROMS A. Certificate of Dr. IK. Smith, nf Pine Hill, RuJi Titond County, S. C. PistE Hil'., March 4th, 1854. Dr. C. M. Jackson, Philadelphia?Dear Sir: I have beeit-a subject of Dysf>epsia, in it* worst f rm, for the last five years. Such was my condition for twelve months that the physicians and all who saw me ?aid I must die. While in this condition, I was carried to the watering places in Virginia, Tennes see and North Carolina, but wai net benefited by any water to which 1 was taken. While on my way home, I stopped a wfk at Rutherfnr 'ton, a small village in Nortn Carolina, t? try the tffect of some Chalybeate water in that p'ace. About the last of the week. I went into a drug store to get some medicine for my child and rnyseif. There were several of the village physicians iu the store, and one of them seemed to take rome interest in my case and, after asking me some questions, said he had been a dyspeptic, and had been greatly bene fitted by the use of "Dr. Hooflind'* German Bia ters," prepared by jru, and he in?i?U*d that I would try the Bittwrs He also called the uext day at mv room, and insi ted so much that I would try them that I a.-ked him to get me one bottle. He did it, and I commenced taking it as directed, and I do say I 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, (he a dyspep tic,) and i gave him nearly all the Hitters I had left, which effected much goo.I in his case. He has often called ou me for more of the same k nd of medi cine, 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 you, there fore, please snip me a dozen or more as soon as pos sible. Respectfully yours, W.SMITH. D. R. HOOKER, Roger's Store, Wake Co., N. C., Ootober24.1?53, says:??? Hating experienced very great benefit from the use of " Hoofland's Germ in Bitters/' in Chronic Dysentery and functional de rangement of Uie Liver, and us 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. tic. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J. ATWOOD. Hi ntsviLt-K, Yadki* Co , N. C ,Nov. 1st, 1851. Dr. C. M. Jackson? Dear Sir: Allow me to ex press to you my sincere thanks for your di.-covery of a medicine which, to say the leastcrf* it, ha? ef fected a cure that all other med.cine*, Hint 1 have I taken, have enurely failed to do. 'Tlooflmd's Ger man Bitters'' have cured mc of lh? most stub!>0)i> and aggravated case of the piles that, perhaps, ever fell t? the lot of man. My case is not a nraneer in ti is community, as I am well knowi iu this and the -urrounding counties, and can truly sav that my re covery has astounded all iny friends and relations, a* I had tiied everything reoominended, and nothing did me any good until f was prevailed upon to tr> the Bitters. You are it liberty to *?ake any use ot this communication, for the btnefit of the afflicted, you may think proper. Tru!y yours, y WM. J. AT WOOD. These bitters are entirety vegetable, they invigoiate and strengthen the system, never prostrate it, and can b: used for infants as well as adults. F*r s*>le by respectable dealers every where, and by Z. D. GILMAN, Wa-lungton; J. L. KIDWELL, Georgetown; and J. R. PIEKPONT, Alexandria. inar 1?ly BEAUTIFUL WHITE TEETH. Healthy gums, and a sweet breath. All who are desirous of obtaiuing tiiese bene fits, *.iould use ZERMAN'S CELEBRATED TOOTll-WASH. This delicious article combines so many meritorious qualities, that it has now be come a standard favorite with the citizens of New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore. Dentists pre scribe it in their practice most successfully, and Irorn every source the uio*t (tattering laudations are awarded it. ..... Inflamed and bleeding gums are immediately ben efiued by its use; iu action upon them is mild, soothing and effective. It cleausts the teeth so thoroughly, that they are made to rival pvarl ih whiteness, and diffuses through the mouth such a delightf ul freshness, that the breath is rendered ex quisitely sweet. It disinfects all those iiupuritie? which tend to produce decay, and as a consequence, when these are removed, the teeth must always re main sound. It is used aud recommended by all the cmtneo Dentals in New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and other cities where it has be.u introduced. All sbouid give it a trial. Prepared only by FRANCIS ZER.MAN, Druggi t and Caemist, Ninth and Catharine streets, Phila delphia, and sold by all Druggists everywhere, af 25 ^ ? W. H. GILLMAN, oents per bottle, jan 17 AgcntEur Washington City. (~11aOTIllAO MADE TO ORDER CHEAPER j than ever.?In ojder to run off ihe remainder ot our huge stock of Cloths, Ca^simcres, aud \ eat ings, we will at this season take measure and make co order Genticuieu's Garments of first quality iO ner cent, cheap-r than our usually low prices. ^ WALL * STEPUJCNS. aaapa. avenue, next door to Iron Hall. fBb 19 (SehUnelfcNews) rosenkranz pianos. JUST received two of the abovs unequalled in strumenU direct from the Manu factory in Dresden, Germany. 1 bese Pianos having both, after a torg seal and land voyage, arrived in perfect' tune, afford another guarantee of their superiority in keeping in tune. Their beauty and power n? tone elicits the highest sbcobiuius from all ths ?"*' M ^SKilg fc HITZ, Music Depot, cor. Pa. avv lltka aud D sts an B-tl 1'HE NEW C.TY DIRECTORY.?Washligton and Georgetown Directory Just nablished, con * - * for I wm UHi quaj" u iu au >cstvTTT? ^ ami II mr ?S ?v ?"? / j ??jr ? r mining the Congressional UirecUfy for the Second M tt Bookftort, war Mi iL (JNDElwT AKJLRS, Ac. OABINET MAKER A UNDERTAKER. f HR ur. lersigned would respectfully inform hi* JL Menl?. aoqvalntancee, and the public generally tut h< aUll continues to execute all orders is hit ttae of business to the best oinntr ?nd at the ihcrt ft BOt?V. &KPAl!llRO oeatl? and promptly executed rUNUKALS attended to at ?u a &e ihorteat notice, and Ua the beet uanner. Br-diri preserve*J in t\t wwit ftr/ea nan tr, eten in the warmest v.etikcr. ..aankful frr past favors, he would respectfully <r licit, and will endeavor to merit a continuance ot 'he same. ANTHONY BUCHLY, Pa. are., a. elle, between Otb and 10th ata. deatdanae: Mr. Martin's, Ho. 800, D straet, t !rd on* eaat of 7th streat *" mar IT?If C. W A W RISER, WATCHMAKER, NO. 130 PA. AVENUE, Between Ninth and Tenth streets, WASHINGTON, P. C. feb 14?iltNov4* Great i\duckmkits,' CANFIELD, BROTHER fc CO . 330 Baltimore ttreet, Baltimore, AfJ., Offer to buyers, previous to taking their annual ac count ot Block, a lnr?p stock of recent'y imported goods,such as WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER WARE, AlSat* and Plated Ghodi, Clockt, Bronzes, Vatet, Murical Boxei, Dresden China, <tr , AT PRI CES TO SUIT THE TIMES, WITHOUT RE QJIRD TO COST. jan 31-tr ~ COMMISSIONER OP DEEDS F0R~ v~ ? Ycrk, Texas, California, New Jeraev, Louisiana, Missouri, Pennsylvania, Alabama, Kentucky, Maryland, Georgia, Michigan, Maine, Wiacon?in, Ohio, and Minnesota, Florida. other States. 0E0E0E C. THOMAS, ATTORNEY FOR CLAIMS, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, Washing ton P(ae*, near Od4-Fellows' Hall. 8RVRNTU iTRKKT, Wiaam.iToi, D.*a VAf 1? _?? r. n. davedqeT Attormajr aad CoaNi?llor>aULawi tm COMMISSION Eli OF DEEDS FOR TH1 STATES Of Virginia New York Maine Kentt:ky, New Jersey Hliuois LomieUna, Miisissijp! Oonncctfcut Hae^hiLWtts k'aryLaztd Pennsylvania fior d* 1 *anes6M Alabama ? Iowa C eorgia California Arkansas 8 Carolina Aft., tt Ccureyandag in all its branches promptly an! ?03a rate? y etecctod. OAee, Louisiana avenue, opp. Fifth street, oct 18?d'y R. II. GILLET, Otanitllor at Caw, Office and residence in Frauklio Row, corner of E ?nd Thirteenth strict ?et 9H?dlf WM. M. MPRRjfCK, Attorney at L. a w , so. 3 8 L0U.MaxA Avxxvt. Will pra*ttci In the Sapre-ne >'ourt of the United ^tatee and the Courth ot the ivatrk t of Jolumbia. (iw> tt ?eol f Private Medical Treaties CS III* F'J Y?I0L00ICAL VIEW OF ItARRIAOB, BT M. B. I.A^ROIX, 91. D? ALBANY If V MO Pages aod 130 Flee Plain and Colored Litho graph? and Mate*. tSr Prlca only 39 Cants. ~?t C^Cent Crei of poetageto *il par'.s cf the Union~?* CHEAPEST BOOK EVER PUBLIK11KD, tnd containing n-*arly d ub!e the quantity ot i*e'in^ matter iu that of the FIFTY CENTS OK DOLLAR ? PUBLIC\T10tf8. It treat* on 'he PHYSIOLO GY OP MARRIAGF, and the 9e<*ret i ? flrmitie* and disorder of youth aod maturi'y, re suiting from exceta-'t, which destroy the phvsical and men vVS' WB0 Ul powers, with otkservatioatf Ml marrage, its duties aud d>s>jUaliflcationn, and their rem*dtea; with li>.kogTapb?, illustrating the inatomr acd phjsi'>icg/, and uitet^.e* of the repir lactive organs of both aex?e, tbe r ?truature, uaee aod fuMctii na. A p .j.ula.- and comprehtnsive tr?? .ise on vhe dvitie* and c?u^" <*> f idngie and mar rled lif<4?happy and ?rui*ivl mode cf se 9uring them - infel'Jtore <'jC '.nf^.tile ones?their jbTiatiou and too oTe.-'io?T'?rt?nt hints to tho?e x>nt?repIatiDg astiic.r uy, that will cvrrccme ob tactions to it; no-ix hcwer<r. should take this im portant 8 tp w' liout Crst consult!eg iu pag:*? ?mm?filanes oa tiro ai?***?e and tuedioal treatueiit 3t fen iles f:oc: 'riancy to old are, each case grs{<h laally lllustraU-.i by beautiful lfthogrmphie plate*? aerroas debility, Its cau-i?8 hnd eure, hy a proct? tt once *o simple, -?fe tnd effectual, that failure is imposdb'e?rul^s for dully c-.^agrmetit?an ea-y >n tp rmatorrhcea with practkal oi?erTations on a tafcr, and m >re suceewtfu. c;c la of treatment?pre auticnary hint* on the evils resultiog from empiri cal practice?an e.?-ay on all Juieaaes arising 6cm iodbrreiir-n, with plain and simple rules by which U' pen-ons can cure thf-mttelve* without mercury? .-emeuies for those pelf intilcted mist-ried and dieap olnfcdd hopes ao unfortunately prevalent in th<? oung. It is a trnthlul adri er to the married and :hoce coatemplutlng marriagu. Its peruul is yar icularly recommended to persons entertaining ee iret doubts of their nlysical conditi?, and who br* ?onscioue of baring h*g?rd?d tho hoaith, hftppiuess tod privilege) to whioli every human beiug is ea tttladto.

Prioe 26 oents per copy, or f.r? copies for rce Jol ar. Mailed free of posts jd to any part of the Ugi ed States. N. B.?Those who prefer nay ccnroltDr LaCxoix apon any of tho diseases up in which his bc-ck treats -ritber personally or by mail. Mtxiiaice Rent to any >art of the Uuiou according to directions, safalj racked a^d oar*fnlly secur-d from all obterTalion. Addr?ws Dr. SI. H CROIX, No SI Maiden Lace ? Post Cfl-e Box 679, Aihtuv N. Y. J6?- Office open daily from 9 a u t? 9 p m, and on innOay from 2 until 6 pm. $tf Onlce Ue moved Lr.m I.'o (8 Eoaver at, ?3l Slaldan Laas, Aibacy, N. Y. dec 7 MATHEMATICAL IRSIEUMENTS. MRS. U. ANUKRSDM has reoeived a large and complete aasortment of Mathema'ical Instru ments and Drawing MaUiria ? of supexior quality rhe Mathematical Instrumants are chiefly of Swiss macuf'-ctory in !????, as well t.s li s-para to pieces; Watsr colors and oil c lors L'rawin^ papers of er -try quality. Alo, Studies in Drawing and Painting. dec W? tf it 7 6 Penn. avenue. DENTISTRY. MI7N80N Nepectfully cal s public atteitioa 1J to his new, patent, and GREATLY IMPROVED mctqpd of ratting Artificial fe-th. with ContmuouB Oum?the very pVRlrKOTlCMO/T iE ART. Thisstyle A Teeth has the folio-v ad?autaj*a orer all ethers fit: QRtAT HTRKNGTH, CLEANLIXK88, COM PORT, and BEAUTY, *iem;? with Nature in the?? ?esp^cts, and some others excelliag. Publle inspec do a is respectfully solicited. Ple&je call and see fdiMBI. OAL'TIO^.?No other Dentist in the District cf OoiamM^ha* a right to make tnii style of Teeth. N. B ? Teeth oon-^titutionary healthy, plugged uil warranted for life. Oflloe and Ho one at No. SfiS M *tru*t, near the cor ae. of Pennaflvaaia amnue and 14th street. anv U?tf H ARPER'S MAGAZINE FOR MARCH; '45 cents The Sons the Sire*, a history of th- rise, pi ogress and desuny of tlic Amcncan Party Life and Beauties of Fanny Fern; $1 Wolert's Rooet, by Irving; ,^tl.25 Gilfiliai.'s Third Gallery of Literary Portraits Puinaiu's Magazine for March; 25 ceufe Pride and Prejudice; 50 cts Uodey and Gr. ham's M.igazines fwr March. For sale by E. K. LUNDY, No. 148 Bridge street, feb 28?tf Georgetown. EllSTER'S LARGE UlTARTO DICTION ary, edition of 1855, tlii? day received from the publishers?price, in full leather binding, $&. feb'i7 FRANCE TAYLOR. IVY WALTZ. i^|OMP6?ED and dedicated to Miss M. J. TabJer, \j by P?ot. A. F. Little, j%t uuMuhtd and lor aal? ax HILBUS a HITZ 3 Alusic Depot. Price I*X tehR ETT and Uaarto Diaries for 1SQ6 for saJa by ju?-? I RANCH TAYLOR. P?Ti SPLENDID RAFFLE. WILL be Raffled for as aoon as the requisite number of Chance* have been taken, the foi lowing splend d and costly articles, viz:. lf?t Prize. One splendid (told Paper Weight, containing an Automaton Singing Bird and 8day Chronometer, mo-it beautifully decorated and adorned with enamelled Paintings $1,600 2d Prize. One Lady's Gold Watch, richly set with Diamonds and Painting on Enamel... I'.O 3J Prize. One Lady's Gold Watch, richly set with Diamonds, and Painting on K?ame|? 1.0 4th Prize. One Gents Full Je?eled Patent Lever (with Compensator) goH Hunting Watch .. 10 > 5th Prize. Lady's Gold Hunting Watch, splen didly chased (4) Total value .. $2,000 There will be Two Hundred Chauces, at Tea Dollars eac h. The raffle will take place at Rilbu* k llitz* Mu sic IK-pot, Star Building?, corner Pa. avenue and 11th ?traet, where Tickeu can be procured and the articles are on exhibition P. rsons desirous of posseting som? of the mo?-t superb nrticle* of workmanship ever exhibited, have now an op|M>riumty offered tliem of obtaining tuch at an extremely low price. Call and diamine for yoursrlves r.t the Music De pot of HILBUS & HITZ, Star Building*, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. tit. ami 6 [>. hi. feb 7-tf BANKING HOUSE OF PAIEO ft N0UR8K, B Opposite United Statet Tiv.a.iry. ONDS, Stocks and other securities purchased and sold. Interest at the rate ofaix per cent per annum al low?-d on deposits when ??ft for 30 days or lonLer. Jan 24??m THE LATE MrTmEADE'S PICTURES. IX) BE RAF. PL ED FOR IN ?00 CHANCES . AT 935 EACH. PRtZZ HO. I "St. Thomas of Vill nueva, giving Alms to the Poor," a copy of Murillo, by one of his pupils and touched l?y that great artist?said to be equal to the original, cost ?'1,000. rai/g 2. " The adoration of the Wise Men of the Last," a genu.tie Murillo; cost $3.0U<>. prize 3. " HeaJ ot our Saviour," by Correggto; cost ?1,000. prize 4. " He'd of the Blessed Virgin," by WRrrcggio; co?t $1,000. Mr. S. A. S1ATLACK is authorized to receive subscriptions in this city, of whom tickets luay ye obtained, or ot Messrs. TAYLOR &. MAUftY. All money received on account of ihe Raffle will be deposited hi Bank until the drawing takes plicC, which will be duly announced. From the National Intelligent tr. Articles similar to Uie annexed we have observed iu several distmt papers, contained in their Wash ington correspondence. We arc glad t-? see that h inemtH-T of the family is willing to disj>osc of a part of the rare collection of the Ute Richard W. Meade, who, during his long retidenje in S|>a.n, had oppor tunnies, which his opulence enabled him to indulge, for selecting many of the finest paintings in Sp.nn? that tre<??ur?> house of pictoriHl riches. The dis turbed i-tste of tlie country at the time, moreover, made it favorable for obtaining many geuis ol" art which would otherwise never have been tiurch^a ble. From tkc Jlorfon Chronicle. Chef D'ravRtE ok Art.?Several ikef J'utrnes of Murillo, Corregjrio, and other mast rs, which were brought from Spain during revolutionary time* by the late R. \V Meade, have elicited the admira'ion of connoisseurs during the past week in the Rotundo of the Capitol. They are to be di?:>nsed of for the benefit of a daughter of Mr Meade, rt siding in New York, after an opportunity has been given to the public ft* an examination. feb 6- tf A R N Y , No. 81 IiriJ?e s'reet, GeOr^rtovn, IS pre|Mred to funiish Balls, Dinars, Sott in Wedoinos, &c., with everything hi the Confec tionary line, ia any part of the "District, at the shut est notice, and on the most reasonable term->. jan 19?tf Mott Bedell's Line. NEW YORK, ALEXANDRIA, WASHINGTON CITY, AND DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA PACKETS. Thus line of packets sails weekly from pier 14 East River, New Yoik,and oftener if necessary, will are composed of fie following first class vessels: (*ew schr. A. V. Bedell, Bedell, ma-ter. New schr. Mott Btdell, A. V. Tredwell. Schr. Ann I)., Win. Oliver, master. Seh . Volant, L. A. Smith, master. Schr. Commander in-Chief, Wogljm, master. Schr. Oreenway, Wilson, master. 'lliese vessels are all fast sailers, and the masters men of experience in the trade, enj the only regu lar line ol Washington City packets. MOTT BEFELL, Wall street, N. Y. S. S. MASTERS St SONS, Alexandria, Va. THOMAS RILEY, feb 1?6m Washington and D. C. E OWEN. 9. nr. OWEN. K. OWKN * SON, MILITARY A l\l D NAVAL MERCHANT TAILORS, PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, Between Fourteenth and Fifteenth meets. WASHINGTON CITY, D. C. 4^ Naval and Military Uniforms executed in the neatest s'yle. mar 2?eolm BOOKS OF HOUSE 0FHE7EESENTAriV?S. Library Hocse i f Representatives. A LARGE number of Books belonging to the Library of t ie House of Representatives luve been drawn by members and by their orders, ami stand charged to their accounts on the books of this office. It is important lor the preservation of the files that they should he returned before the do?e ol the session. MATTHIAS MARTIN, Librarian of the House of Representatives, feb 20?diw FOE 30 DAYS, FOB CASH 0NLT IjVMBROIDERIES, Ribands, Dress Tr mmings j and Fancy Goods at cost, less than cort, half Srice, alm-st giving away Goods. MAXWELL &. RO. commence to day to make room for tpniig supplies by offering their choicest (<cod? ateo?t, sea sonable Coeds at less than cost, uu eascnable Goo.'s at half price, and we have some < Id and indifferent stock accumulated on our hands it: u we almost give away. This will be a rare opportune)' to secure gi oat birgains, as we are determined to reduce our present stock, if we have to dispose of every class of Goods at half price. < We cannot enumerate articles and prices, but in vite the ladies to come and see tiic quantities of Go ds that we have placed upon our counters and marked down at prices that will certainly srll Hum. MAXWELL & HRO., The original Ribald and Trimming Store, No. 3)48 Pa. avenue, between 9th and lOtii *t. feb *22?co3t TO INVENTORS. ITU5 tfflcs of "Tus Inventors' Protection National Union" is ou 7th street, opj.onitn the (jit Por> tiso of tha Patent GiBce, anl is no* rea-ly to attend to the business of its members, n&iaely : In making examination" and solid tin? patouts, Ac. Inventors ars invitsd to call and g*t a copy of the 3oastliuik>n and By-laws, woi where any intotms ion will 1>? given respecting the Union. All letters on burtaMS raurt t e - irectM to this of Ve, wLrre attention will be glren >-.n.a*dl*>Ij. A model shop is in connection with the cfBre. ?here modeln cai> be mads tc/orler at the ehortsei aotloe. T. G. CLAYTON, MT10?1? Prudlftntl. P. K. D. DRAUGHT ALE. f|^llE undersigned respectfully announce that thry I. have obtained the sole Agency of the District for the sale of Kurtz k Ncs's V ork Draught Ale, and have made arrangements so as ti have it con stantly on hand, so that all who may favor theui with their custom will be punctually served. As usual, a ?upply of Porter, Ale, Cider and Mm cral Water constantly on hand. Orders by mail, or given to our drivers will meet with strict attention. Terms cash. ARMY k. SI11NN. A first rate Wagou, but little used, for sale Apply as above, to AKNY * SH1NN, Union Bot:!iug Depot, feb 8?eolui Georgetown NOTIUHJ.?Those persons having open ac counts on our books which were rendered in December and due us 1st of Januaiy last, also those indebted to the late firm of Clagett k. Dodson. are again respectfully reminded of their delinquency, and are urged to make arrangements al once fur settlement. It will be to their advantage to do so. feb27-#o3t CLAGETT, DODSON fc CO. OTIC Mi.?E. OWlsN k BON have this day opened their first Invoice of Spring Goods, and solicit a call from their friends and customers, feb 97??olw EVENING STAR. SXTKAVAGAHCK OF 1HE FA8HIOHS. The following remarks of the Phila delphia Ledger will apply just as well to Washington. They are just to the point: A walk up and down Chestnut street, on a fine day, affords a practical com raentsry on the times. Between the splendid dress fabric* exhibited in the shop windows and the costly costumes displayed on the fair pedestrians, one is quite persuaded that the popular cry about the scarcity of money is altogether a delusion. Never, indeed, did the ladies dress more extravagantly. Not only is brocido considered absolutely necessary, by many a dame, on her daughter, who was formerly contented with plain silk, but almost the price of a respectable glace is cousumetl ia the velvet trimmings alone. Nor does the fashionable thirst alter expense stop here. Lace under sleeves and lace chemisettes exhaust the purse of husbands ; and lest these should fail to engulf sums sufficiently large, lace trimmingo fringe the petticoat, to dabble in the mud of the sidewalk. An ob.er ver in Chestnut street might be pardoned for corftluding that every father was a millionaire, and every fair pedestrian an heiress. If thisepet fashions were conducive to health, there might ba some reason for such extravagance. But the very laces which cost so much arc really traps for consumption. To parade a public ave nue, oti a bleak winter day, with a chest defended only by a half-transparent veil of lace, or with arms comparatively bare to the elbows, is the height of folly; but to abandon close-sleeves ahd high cor sages for this cough-giving costume, is madness itself. It is true that the fash i ionablc lady insists on a set of expensive , furs as the proper accoinpanimeut to this 1 summer-like attire. She dresses unsea sonably, at twice the cost it would take to dress properly, and then makes this a plea lor purchasing a new style Victo rinc. If she is wealthy, she wears point lace or Iloniton, and furs of ermine oj Russian sable. If she is less able to in dulgc in the luxuries of fashion, she ad heres, nevertheless, to its absurdities, sporting her cheaper embroideries, eren if she cannot aljord furs at all, content to shiver if sbe can only shine. A cottmporary has propounded the question,44 where is the money ?" and we answer, in the fine diesses of our wives and daughters. It is idle to say that the extiavagance we speak of, is confined to what is called the *' upper ten." The female attire, in all conditions of life, is criminaily expensive, at least twice at much so as it was five years ago ; and it threatens to increase. The clerk s wife imitates the wife of the merchant, the poor milliner the fine lady ; black Dinah, Mrs. P)tiphar. The ruinous exampl extends, and widens, ramifying into every social circle, and exhausting an aggregate sum annually, which would frighten the most thoughtless, ifit could be presented in figures. Most of these extravagant fabrics, moreover, come from abroad, and have in seasons like the present, when exports are deficient, to be paid for in gold. It is to the lax which our luxury lays on us, to the ex pensive fashions we praise in our wives and daughters, that we owe not a little of the present scarcity of money. We may thank Paris, in this way, for our panic. We do not deny that the men are also to blame. If wives squander money on the fashions, husbands spend it, some times on fast horses. Between the two, it is no wonder that notes are selling at two per cent., that stocks are down, that gold is going out of the country. The prices obtained for fashionable bonnets, and the price? paid for discounting busi ness paper, have a closer eonnection than a cursory observer might think. 1 hey are, iu fact, cause and consequence. New Hampshire Election.?The an nual e.cction in New Hampshire comes off next Tuesday week. A Governor, three members of Congress, and a Leg islature will be chosen. Upon the latter will devolve the election of two U. S. Senators. The whole State is in motion, preparatory to the conflict. To the usual variety of isms, the Know No thing element is this year added. Messrs. Kittredge and Morrison, the present members are the administration candi dates lor Congress for the first and sec ond districts, aad Wm. P. Wheeler in the third district. They are opposed by a Fusion ticket, consisting of James Pike, Anti-Nebraska Democrat, in the 1st: M. W. Tappin, Free Soiler, in the 2d; and A. II. Crogiu, Whig, in the 3d. For Governor, there are four candidates, viz., N. B. Baker, Democrat; James Bell, Whig; Asa Fowler, Freesoil ; and Ralph Metcalf, Know Nothing. Tns Grave op Ex-President Har rison.?There is not, in nature, a more truly beautiful spot, wherein the dead should lie, than that at North Bend. But, alas, how rude hands of unfeeling visitors liad desecrated it. Everything bore evidence of neglect, decay, and sac religious pillage. The door covering the steps which lead to the vault was oil its hinges?torn off, as we are told, bv some pic-nic parties, to serve as a table on which to spread their provisions and drinks, and after being thus used, it had been thrown down the hill, where it was lying, leaving the entrance to the tomb open and exposed to the winds and rains. The fence, too, which encloses the spat, was broken, the shrubbery planted by the hands of affection was trampled upon, the saplings were mutilated and broken. The whole thing indeed was * ruin, and so it remains. The family at North Bend have done all in their power to preserve the grounds from violation, but without effect; and unless something , is dono that will effectually prevent these shameless acts of saerilege, the whole structure will tumhle down. ' HOEBID KJ&DE&S IK KIUOUET. It has been communicated to the An reiger office in St. Louis, by a gentle man living in Lexington, Missouri. that two Irish pedlars, named John Kaneban and James Carrigan, left that rity about two weeks ago, carrying with them two large and valuable packs, containing dry goods and jewelry. Ther traveled to the town of Warrenburg, where they con cluded to stop for ibe night. Feeling very much fatigued, one of them, Kana han, immediately retired to rest. About an hour afterwards, Carrigan went to the bedroom of his companion, and was sur prised at not finding him. However, be finally concluded to lie down. As soon as he touched the bed he found it was wet. Lie lit a candle, and discov ered that the bed was covered with blood, and found the body of his com panion underneath. Hearing footsteps on the stairs, he drew his bowie knife and stationed himself behind the door. Three men entered, one with a candle and a bloody ax, and the others with clubs. Lie sprang suddenly upon them, snd killed them He then went to a magistrate, made his statement, was tried and acquitted. Ssxsiblk Pratix.?The Wisconsin Patriot is responsible for the follow ing : Ihc Chaplain of the Indiana Legisla ture recently opened the session with a general piayer, which closed with the following eloquent and sensible invoca tion : " And, O Lord, have mercy upon our legislators. Be with them and bless them, even if they know thee not. Spare their lives, and teach them to glorify thy name. Hasten them to their homes, where they may direct their attention to good works and general useful among their families and neighbors. May the people resolve to keep them there," and in future elect men of sound morals and temperate habits; so that good may hereafter result from legislation. Save Irom disgraoe, which must follow if the same crowd should again come here to make laws.'* We thiuk this invocation will suit other meridians besides that of the Slate of Indiana. The Peach Crop at thb West.?The Cleveland Herald says "we have serious fears that peaches have been injured by the nnparallelled severity of the weather. A fruit grower in East Cleveland reports his peaches killed upon eleven trees out of twelve examined. In the city, from a slight examination, we think buds enough are alive to secure a fair yield, but an unuusal amount of the wood is killed,?v*n branches of two years growth. An ex tensive horticulturist on the West Side, thinks peaches are safe, and should we have no ice, it is hoped that the cold thus far has merely thined out the crop, not destroyed it. The idea that fesches will not survive a greaterfall of mercury than 10 degrees belew rero is all gammon. T he state of the atmosphere as to dryness has the most important bearing, and ex perienced, intelligent, accomplished hor ticulturists maintain that dry frost can not kill peaches." Knew Ifothinga at Bocheater Breiki? g op a Mae ting?Freedom of Speech A row oeaurred at the Kocheater, N V., City Hall on Wednesday craning, on tha oo casion ot a meeting celled to denounce the Know Kothingi. Mr. Henry Hunter pretided, assisted by vieepreaidents and a aecretary. A committee on resolutions was appointed, who reported. The Rochester Union saya: ' "Ihe resolutions ware adopted without anj dissenting voices, as many of those oppoaed to the organiaationin City Hall had withdrawn ilotioLs were made to adjonrn, hisses were given for Littlejohn end Stebbina, groans were uttered for everybody aed anybody, and the gathering eeasad to be anythinc but a noisy mob. At this juncture all efforts te take minutes or proceedings seemed futile, and we left for the Couaty Court room, where a meet, ing had been organised For half an hour or more after we leit City Hall, the yells, shrieks and groans of the infatuated Know Nothings in that room could be heard di*tinotly in any part of the Court House. Sash an exhibition of rowdyism we have never before aeen in Rochester during a residence of many yeari, and during which time we hare attended, aa a reporter, meetings and conventions of almost every kind." Mr. A. B Diohinson. of Steuben, a state Senator, began * speech against the Know No hinga. Ho was interrupted, and amid great confusion retired. Cheers were given for Ull man, and groans and bisaos for beward, Little jjin and others. QrA writer in the "Country Gentleman.'? gives the following prescription fv the cronp: Divest the child of all olothing about the neck and chest; then bathe the throat and upper part of the chest freely with oold water. Lot thia be done by pouriag, spuaging, or very fro qaent application of wot cloths. While thia is beicg done, prepare warm water, and im merse the feet ia it. This gires relief in a short time; the child should be put to rest, with a jug of warm water te the foot, whoa perspi ration and sleep too a follow. Any one can follow these diroetions immediately, aad it is a complaint which ia aoon fatal, anleae check ed in the early stagea, and many preekras lives are lost became a physician is not at hand until too late to aave from auffoeation. tF'A correspondent of the Staunton Specta tor ?tatas that the Rev. M. Brown of Bath oo, Va., married a couple a few days siaee, aeross the river?that Is, the parson was ea oae side of the river, and the bridegroom aad his dnl ainaa on the other. Thia mode was reeertod to on acooant of the water being impassaMe. The license was thrown acroaa the stream by the bridegroom, after having wrapped it tight ly aroand a stone. t7*BiIl to secure to weaaea equal rights with the sterner sex, making marriage a spe cies of limited pertnerahip, with private aad joint property, aad soeaiiag te wide? tha guardianship of their children, has beea or dered to a third readiag ia the Boase of the New Jersey LegieUtere.