Newspaper of Evening Star, March 7, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated March 7, 1855 Page 1
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THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, l?lCEFT SUNDAY.) A: tka Stur BitUd*?g. t^r.ur *v6hu* and EUvxtk ?tr44t, By WALL AC ' A UOP*, Wiil b? aervcd to twbecrrfcert in the eit??a or Wash ington, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly io the A gen la To nail anfcecribcr* iht* <uba?ription price ia THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY t'F.NTS a year in odMmct, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, an.) ONE DOLLAR tut THREE MONTHS. Q{?-3iNai.R coma 0*1 rirr. NO. 678. TFTE WEEKLY STAR. T|ii9 aieenem Family and Wcwa Jovrnat?con log a ynaa Mnetv of iatararttaf ?lu| than be f?uud U any othar?U pubUaked am Satw?a> ?! 23 ?0U ? copy, per annom... TO Cl*?? lite Tm d.. Twf'.ty do ? ... IHTtlUlU to Q(f-Pint** cp?e? 'in wra;>per?> can U? procai-t at the countcr, immediately after the mm of uir paper. Price?THaxa ?urr?. rormt'TKii kIk> act a< tftnti wttl l#e iUomtJ ? couimnwfrti of twenty p?r cmi WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1855. UAKllfiKS SPANISH MIXTURE. Th* ?rMI P?rW?r of th? Blood I Hot a Particle of Mercury In It! ?J"4UiEU E,lla>T Scofala, King* Erll, eumatia-ri, Obuiaate Cutaneous Eruptions, rl^Ir 7 Pu'lul,,i 0B the Blotches Rolls Chroai:Bcre Ky??, King Worm or Tetter, &al<* ? ???rge.nent anl Pain of the Bouttud Joint*. Stubborn Ulcer*, Syphilitic Disorders ^ambago Spinal Ccmpla nta, an J all the *l?ri er?*fi8 from an injudl aoai uw 01' In prud nee in I if#, or Impurity of the Blood. THIS Taloable Medicne. which baa becoms eele brat-d for the number cf extraordinary en re*. effected :hron?tb it* agency, hn induced the propri etor at the urg nt requeat of their friend*, to offer It to the public, wbich th-y do with the utinoet eon bdenc. in it* virtue ard woederful curatiTe proo-1 erti ? Tb- followia^ eer'.ifleat #, relected trrm * iarge number, are, however. stronger te?ij>ouT than the m?re wo-J ci tfce proprietors; *i.d ?re all from gentlemen well known in th-ir localities, and of the hi % beet re?pe lability, m<iny of th ai r^ din. in th* dty of r.!fhiBA(?d, Ti. P. BOY DSN, B*<;? cf the Sxihanga IlotM, Rich m ?c d. known erery where eaya ha ha* seen the Med lane cabled Cairn's Srt.Hisu MiiruM.aiin.nistered in orer a hundred c*?*s in nearly nil the dieeese# for wbich it b recommenced, with the cut astrn Wung!y goad re.aui ts He My9 it is the moat ex tr*#rd.o&rj iuMLioa h*5 has ercritra. eJ^fh VV? f*V8a-GRXAT CURSL-I herebj certify that tjf thrc* y.<ara i fc?d Ague aud PeTei of th- mo.tTi.l-ntd- ;.ript:on. TL?1 aeTeral Phv ridana, took t^rsf ? qum iti^ of Quinine, *ercurr. and I ne. eve nil th- I nio? adrerti-ed, bat ail with 'V. m U< 1 tr'M Carter'* Spaawb Mixta ~e, two hoUlsa ot *U:eh effectually ci!rt! *** 1 ht^> to ?*y J bare had neitl ei chi.U or tore. ? mnc*. I oo nailer it the ban Tonie in thi* wori t, anl tlie only medi^na that ?Ter reached ?ay caae. JOHN LONODKN. B*?va* Ditch, near Richmond, Ta. SfB, LUCS' tq ' "?w lB c,tr ?f Richmond and for mxny y?ars in the P<?t 0Q^, ha.- aact cocfldenc* in tne an.?iis!iing effl ja;y of Cartel b" h** ??*?ht of te w t1*'11 **** 10 '*? "ted ? Mr. Lack say* he h%< niTer ka.wn it to tall mhart l- -?n according to dire^Uja i. ?1Na.,8' * PIiT.dclan, and fbrmerlt ff the City Hotel, ia the city of ltiohmond, days he ?Jtneseed ??> ? nnm'??r of instance* tu* eff vta oi Car ??? dpaauh Mixture, whi-h were mo- trulj rarpdwng. lle My* ia a of O niumpi on. ii S*^i,|uJidl', r' lh' s<K>i won Mfr^URlihm^D.RINKB,l? of ^ Arm of D-inker A Morrte, Richmsci. *M car^d cured of Lj?,r Com E .? ?[ v by the u^ of twr n.'.tee of Carter'j 3;>an. h Mixture. .^k^ICD,Rp 0?K ? '^CLA -Th, XJMor. ot I i Repcbu^u hdiy rtnt emp!ove.J in tj<ar prwi rooa, cnoi of Ti)l,nt 8crofa^. com bnol -nth ttheum*iie:n, which eaUrely dirtbled him from wora. T-o boitlee of Carter * ^s?'*b Mixture ma?l ; ? perfect c..re of him, *n 1 the Wi %?n ia a puMM notice, *kt they ? cheertully r?d-m tKTbwi]^ Wkh ?nyJte-JMeoI STILL AyOTHSl t"JR3 OT 5CR0PULA. Ih?d 5-T*7v^Uib> ^ eu "'*1 ot S -rotala by Carters Spanuh Mixture I ejj^iier it truly a Talusble r^J;pJrAM^ M TAVL >?{, C-)idoc:r,r on ih' R. I. and P. R. K. Co , iUchuoud, Va SALT UHKtM 0If TWjiSTY YJCAK.S bZAKDIXQ Mr -GJiS TaOilPS^X, rr idia* in the cjty o? W" eaJ,i ,by ^ of Car*j?r*. ^',V0f^- of d-* ^-bojm, which he h d tor *,^ r "? Bci wh'?b ta^ phrs r-iani. o. tha^w aoald not enre. Mr. Thnay*n a w?i< k low* a a ,^nt ia th9 c.ty of Riohmalf aai hii U u va. iaUe. tf Ri.hao.d had a 'ernnt ? tfi ? . ^ G" h" -b-erfu!ly rw.-om Benij it, aaicond-lar. it a ?.ry inralualle meil BUa"ly' ft>?Tai'"ionar ot the r?T?aae. ?ay- he ha* M?a the good effw.j of Carter'* ijpunirth ? ^ ^ * number of Syphilitic caees, and *ayg it u a pertoct eure f r that horrible tiuw**.. ^ 7AiiVVt) )D> *f n-'Qj. car* J nf olJ ^ Wh,C.b 1" - f -Q w.lkia^ I . *HT ? 3p?a.ah Mixture, and ",W*:k T,Ui?u: * cruieh, in a shwt p^rttiodu lj cu"tj ?'5!af,ur^.'i?JAli>-0M"4 r?. .?* PbT:XlpUhu1 * BSEH3, No. 125 Main street, Rich _ bT CII1HLB3 BrOTT. Wm.,hInK't-n ' Plt'El? Alexanlria, and by DrM^lbti j f n? $t per battle, or ?ix bortlei Lz ii eapll?It T. H. PHILLIPS' COACH FACIOSY, ioia<f J'" I.i?ery Atablee ( 1 v.? ^ ? ??creafcJ tr?d- nfais'i a ^eaerou* i J*0* be*t >w?.l u; on in-, I l.??? tern ^m peiied to eract anew aad lar er talk? in* for th?* c-rrymg oa ot m? bu^ijej*. iNre I saaii be en abiwl to .'xecute all c-rli - eutrMal t* u* wl JLTJ ^ Ji8?1 I wr-uld r-*D.?t ruky aolicit a rt,ntmuau.e oTthe pubU ?e ratrona,? Wfc?f*aU.t m?tarsia,and v. rut^ t. ^ repair, oi *T*ry lescriplion j uu-. uaily attende.' /or ?*:*, chaap, a jeond-Lan -"._r/uce Carriage . Jd-tl UNION ACADEMY. 'writer of tburUemiA tL a A Xtw lo.k avenue. \ Fl|^ ? T :*?p,,3c*a ** '? ?lTai to naXe up -iX. the l-.mi-el number. A p scart >n mu^t be I oftnti^f/ fn^tru tioa. an 1 mean* HUch M 10 4?U**Wt?la:t.ry pro ofcSJnt! " * Uj>"J Wh? ** ^a&ctU4l? and ISrtuiari at the Book.lores. dec 10?an Z. U1CJ7 ' S^TIIEKN UUAUTKKLY REVIEW for Janu KJ ary, lKjj. Content'' : Ti.e Nortii uuj th,. ts>uth Hlunli ri of HalUrn of l5ie Genc':?l Covcmmeal I In; ti inian Family C4Mtitatioa of th- United Put ri Chemistry of Cotuni m Life fifty Leaden Krrent Social The fir* I'nucul Notice j. f*ul>- r.p\;a, j>nce ?5 {h r annta,* ? Kb 1J Ptf-VVJK TAYLOR. ?X ??Orl?D NEW Y ?111 PRESJWI7S. OP aI. the bran iei <>f L mnao c -niu:i.d in tbU '? r' cerw*, hap*, of ad others afford the rfnia ic*t piwiirt. anl *au?ud u+r i tie pret?.-enoa for ?^*h, aud no oae ia thai bui<uv:M can continual* hi* cortooer-i aitt not prompt inaetUement by fhur; 1 nuto^ or c tab. Doiroui of ^loaia^ up for the pa<it I e^rudetly ret|ue?: ail who arj iaUli^d to c?U aad ?et;ie wi ho at delay I wiil farther /ire ntlut a!l fu'ars bilU whicfc may be ocbU cU vritii u? moat be m^d ? *.th refer-u^j to, anl with the di* Jnct under stand-1 i-.? that they a:o lolie I u?aj a .nth y, by eaah or notee at A> deys ahi-h 1 h??e prepared for tha pur !K^e, except -uch of my oil ra-t^aier* who h^Te ?i way. ba.n prompt. Z. >1 .P. K?a. dae 'C?tf rpiANMLLlOaiST BANS AND MEIDEM V. .chars A Oo.'* Notes purcLaa^d at ths h.gheat UncsrT?nt Money, L*l1 Wii.-^ta, anl '.liriala ?crip bought and aoid. * * I>raA* oa all th.* irinc pal d^a ?o:d tj ault pur Peraonj a- a i stasc * a. n II-g Uij Tran* Allegbaoy note* or Land W?rrent*, may re^y upon rtrJ?iBj the b*4 ratws anl remittance* m?d^ b/ da alt oo any aay m the Union. UAMloTOi; O r.'.NT, Banker, dec 9 -0-m No Wi Peana aveona. SILVER PLATED WARE. CO.MPLKl fc <-'?#<* ti*.la, < e^tora, Cakv arid Fi>ik HaaaetJ, Waiter* oa white metal. Table, liea aert, aitd Tea t?puoua aud Porlta, double and tiip'* plated ??n Albata, tiie be..i -uU-utute lor eiiver, Mai ranted aad aoid t*y II. bEMKEN.' N?. 330 Pa- avenue, b? tweeu vth aud lUtu au. jaw l? ' PIANOS FOR SALE AUD RENT. rpiIE rabaenber had alway* on hanl a aa>oit j iueut of German and Auiericau PI ANOd, Uooi the very beat uianufacturvr*> YITITt which he offer* for aai.- at lower pricea than can be purebaaed iu tbe District of LVtlumbia, aud > a the uu?t accommodating term*. AU Plaooa purchaaed frjm m<- arc warranted to give satisfac tion. old Piano* Liken in exchange. B. REISrf, Pr/t'K' r of Muatc, G, txrtw. Fourueuto and Fitleenth sueet*. teti J?Jm* GRATIS ! JUST PUBLISHED. A NEW DISCOVERY IN MEDICINE! A FEW words on the Rational Treatment, with out Mifclif, of Spermatorrhea, or Local Weakness, Nervous Debili ty, Low Spirit*, Lassitude, Weak ness of the Limta and Back. Indi?pn-j gitioii and Incapacity for Study and' Labor, Dullness of Apprehension, Lnsu of Memory, aversion to Society, Love of Solitude. Timidity, Self Distrust, Dizziness, Head Ache, Involuntary Discharges, Pain in the Side, Affection of th* Eyes, I*imple3 on the Face, Sexual and other infirmities in man. FROM THE FRENCH OF DR. B. DE LANEY. The important fact that tlrese alarming complaints may asily be removed without Medicine is, in this small tract, clearly demon>trated; and tiie 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 at the h ast possible cost, avoiding thereby all the ad vertised nostrums of the day. Sent to any address, gratis, and post free in a sealed envelope, by remitting (|K*t paid) two post age stamps to Dr. B. DE LANEY, No. 17 Lispenard street, New York. jan 17?3m DOCTOR HOOFLAND'S CELEBRATED 0crman Bitters,| PREPARED ET DR. C. M. JACKSON, Philad'*., P?., WILL EFFECTUALLY CCRE LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICE, Chronic or JVerrous Debility, Di?ea?e? of (As Kidmyt, and all diteautt arising from a di*~ ordered Liver or Stomach. Such as Contipati >n, In war J Piles, Fullness, or Blood to the Hea l, Acidity of the Stomach, Nau sea, Heartburn Ui.-gust for food, Fullness or weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sink nig or Flattering at the Pi: oi'the Stomach, Swim tiling of the Head, Hurr ed ind difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the ILart, Choking or Suffocating Srn-ations when in a lying Posture, Dimness ot Vision, Dots of W*b- before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain iu the Ilea I, Deficiency of Perspiration. Y? llownes* of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, Stc., Sudden Flu-In s ol'Heat Burning in t he Flesh, Constant Imagiu ings of Evil, and great depression of Spirits. *1'HE proprietor, in calling the attention of the I public to this preoaratio'j, does so with a feel ing of the utmost confidence in its virtues and adap tation to the diseases tor which it is recommended It is no new and untried article, but one that has stoad the lest of a ten years' trial before the Auirri can people, and its reputation and sale is unrivalled b. any similar preparations extant. The testimony in its favor given by the most prominent and well known Physicians and individuals, in all parts of the country is immense. The following from North Candina is respectfully sub iitt d, referring any who may still do-bt, to my "Memorabilia," or Prac tical Receipt Book for Farmers and Families, to be had gratis, of a'l the Agents tor the German Bitters. Principal Office and Manufactory, ISO Arch st., Philadelphia, Pa. TESTIMONY FR<>>1 NORTH CAROLINA. Certificate of Dr. If. Smith, of Pine HiU, Ri<Ji tnoiid County, A* C. I i.he Hil? , March 4:h, 1S54. Dr. C. M. Jackson, I'hil idHphi*?Dear Sir: I have been a subject of Dyspepsia, in its worst f rui, for the last five years. Such was my condition for twelve months that 'he physicians and all who saw uie said I must die. Wnile in this condition, I was carried to the watering places i.i Virg.iua, Tennes see and North Carolina, but wai not benefited by any water to which I was taken. While on my way home, 1 stopped a week at Rutlierfor 'ton, a small village in North Carolina, t ? try the effect of some ChaJybeate water in that p ace. About the la?t of the week, I went into a drug store to get some medicine for my child and myseif. There were several rf the village physicians in the store, and one of them seeinej to take Mime interest in m> case and, after asking me some queftiona, said he had been a dyspeptic, and h id been grt aJy bene fitted by the use of'? Dr. Iloofl.ndV German Bit ters," prepared by y u, and he insisted that I would try the Bittvrs lie also called the next day at my room, and insisted ?o much that 1 would try them t iat I a-ked hint to get me one bottle, fie did it, and 1 commenced 'aking it a* directed, and I do say I was more benefitted by it than ail the water and medicine I had ever takeu. Af ter 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 Bitters I had left, which effected much goo i in his case. He has often called on me for more of the same k ml of medi cine, saying he was more benefitted by it than any other he had taken, but I have not been able to gi-t any more for him or myself since; will you, there fore, please ship lue a dozen or more as soon as |*>s sib'c. Respectfully yours, W. SMITH. D. R. HOOKER, Roger's Store, Wake Co., N C O-tober 21.1853, says:??* Having experienced very great benefit from the use of " llootUnd s German Bitters," in Chronic Dysentery and functional de rangemcnt of the Liver, and its concomitant evils I am desirous of obtaining a quantify of it for the beitefi: of my community. You will, therefore, please send a lot, lie. &c. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J. ATWOOD. Hcxtsvillk, Y ai>ki* Co , N. C , Nov. 1st, 1&V1. Dr. C. M. Jackson?Dear Sir: Allow iue to ex press to you my sincere thanks for your discovery of a medicine which, to ?ay the least of it, ha? ef fected a cure that all other medicines, thut I have taken, have entirely failed to do. "lloufiand's Ger man Bitters" have cured me of th? most stubborn and asriravated case of the filks that, perhaps, ever fell to the lot of man My case is not a stranger in tuis community, as I am well known in tins ami the urroun ling counties, and can truly say that my re covery has astounded all my friends and relation*, as I had tried everything recommended, and nothing did me any go ?d until I was prevailed upon to try the Bitters. You are at liberty to riake any use ot this communication, for the benefit of the afflicted, ycu may think proper. Truly yours. WM. J. ATWOOD. These bitters nre entirely veeetaUc, they invigorate and strengthen the system, never (uostrate it, arid can b ? used for infants as well as adul.s. F?r sale by respectable dealers everywhere, and by Z. D. OILMAN, Wa-bington; J. L. KI DWELL. Georgetown; and J. R. FIEhPONT, Alexandria, mar 1?ly BEAUTIFUL WHITE TEETH. Healthy guvjs, and a sweet breath. All who are devious of obtaining these bene-* fits, s:?ould use ZEBU \ N'S CELEBRATED TOOTH-WASH. Tins delicious article combines so many meritorious qualities, that it has now be come a standard favorite with the citizens of New Y?rk. Philadelphia and Ba'tiiuore. Dentiats pre scribe it in their practice most successfully, and from every source the most flattering laudations are awarded it. Inflamed and bleeding gums are immediately hen efitu-d by its use; its action upon them is wild, soothing and effective. It cleanses the teeth so tar,roughly, that they are made to riv<J pearl in wlutenc?s, and diffuses through the mouth sut li a delightful freshness, that the breath is rendered cx qui-iuly sweet. It disinfects all tho^ impurities which tcud to produce decay, and as a consequence, 1 wiles these are removed, the teeth must always re main sound. It is used and recommended by ail the etuincn' Deutisls in New York, I'hiladelphia, Baluuore, and other cities where it has be.n introduced. All should give it a trial. Prepared only by FRANCIS ZERMAN, Drugi't t and demist, Ninth and Catharine streets, Phila delpbta, and sold by all l)ru:?idts every wh%rc, at 25 eenu per bottle. W. H. GILL.MAN, jan 17?3m A^ent for Washington City. C1L.OTIU2SG MADS TO ORDER CHEAl CR / thaa ever.?In ojder to nin off ibe remainder ot our lar^e stock o.'Cloths, Ca-aiuieres, and Vest ings, we will at this sea>on take measuic and make to order Gentlemen's Garments of first quality 2U ocr cf ut. cheap .r than our usually low prices. ^ WALL * STEPURNS, 3a4Ta. avenue, next door to Irou Hall. f,-b 1J (SehfinelkNewa) ROSEN KJiANZ TIANOS. JUST received two of the above unequal!) d in strumciiU direct from the M<tnu fact'jry i.i Dresden, Germany, i hc?< fliPgjpttfijB Pisuos having both, alter a lorg seaF1 m M ft R and land vo>age, arrived in perfect* ? ? . tune, afford anotuer guarautee ol their superioritv in keeping in tune. A lieu beauty and power ?m tone elicits tbc I i^lie?t eucomuuis froui all u'* great musical ciitics ot Uurop?. bILBUS k IIITZ, Music Depot, cur. Pa. a v. 11th aud D sli an 8- ti. THE NEW C.TY DIRECTORY.?Washltprm and Georgetown Directory just published, con fainmg tiie Congressional Direcury for the Second Session of the Thiity-third Congress. TAYLOR k MAURY'S fcb 88 Bookstore, near ihh M. UNDERTAKERS, &c. OABLNET MAKJ3R k UNDERTAKER. *T1HB onlertdgned would respectfully inform bl? X friends, aoqaaintsnoea, and the public greneraUy that be still continues to execute ell order* in h.*r Una of basinus in the best mancer and at the abort <ei notice. RICPAIil'.afO neatlyand promptly ezeonted FLXKiiAIiS att?nded to at -?ff -? .he 'horiept notice, and ia the beat *fcCn saoner. B -H't prwrxi in thi nust ptrfeci man -?r, even in t\t t*rrm?c/ walker. *a*nkfcl fcr p*?t fivers, be weald r-speetfally elicit, end will endeavor to merit a ccn;'.nuuioe o1 tbesaae. ANTHONY BUC3LY, Pa. are., s. ?tda, between 0th and 10th ita. Ke?!ienoe: Mr. Hartln's, No. 398, I> ?treat, t 'rd on?e uii of 7th *tre*i. mar IT?ly C. VVARRI1VRR, WATCHMAKER, NO. S30 PA. AVENUE, Between Ninth and Tenth streets, WASHINGTON, D. C. feb 14?dtNov4* nBEAT HVDUCBNK1TI. , CANFIELH, brother a CO . 949 Baltimore street, Baltinore, Mrt., Offer to buyers, previous to taking their annual ac count of stork, a lan?e stnek of rerent'y imported foods, such as WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER WARL, and PUttei Goods, Clocks, B'onze*, Vr?e*, Music ill Boxes, Dresden China, <fr , AT PRI CES TO SUIP THE TIMES, WITHOUT RE GARD TO COST. jan3!-tr COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR *??w Ycik, Tftm, California, \Vw J(?*?, Louisiana, Miaeorri, '-?aufy'farua. Alabama, Kentucky, Xary'^ud, O-oncia. Michigan, Maine, V> i.*o?. o.-in, Ohio, and Vliani-jota, Florida, other States. GEORGE C 'i HO MAS, ATTORNEY FOR CLAIMS, A WD NOTARY PI BLIC, 'Yajh.ingt.on. PI are, near Odd-Fellows1 Hall. arVjexfii "tkkkt, WAsacioron, d.'o. tll-'T f. II. DAVIDGE, Attorney and Coaaa?llor-at-LftWi Aim COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR THB 8TATJ.3 OF Virginia New York Maine Kentucky, New Jer^e? Illinois Loaiaii?i<a, K'.-Tkai jpl Connecticut KIaa**cb us i tif Vtry'.ici Pennsylvania Fiorina 1 inutseie AL-tb&ma Iowa CaJllVrnla Arkansas 8 Oir'iln* - is., ?.? Oonveyaudng in *!! iU branches promptly an! ae^antely execute 1. O* -a, Louisiana areaae, o; p. Flith street, ect 16?dly R. U. GILLET, Caaaitllor at Law, 03 w an-I residence '.o Franklin Row, corner o/ H ?n?l Thirteenth *tr**t <13?dl* \VM. jJ. MCKRICK, Attorney at Law, K0. 38 LOU cSMMA AVXNCr.. Will pri't in tbn ^urrsns ;uurt of tue United States aud ttie C >urts c-f the D.eirict of Columbia. df"* S i ?eot ' Private Modical Treaties ON" THE PHYSIOLOGICAL VIKvy OF MARRIAGE, BY n b. la croix. n. o? ALU AN T, N Y. '?vO Peg's anl 1^0 Kiae PUiti ?ni Colors I Litho graphs snd Platte Price on?y 95 C^ente ff <C^Sent hot of poata^et<) all j ur n of ihe Uaiort'^Q C!ILAPK>T HOOK KVKK PUBI.iBHKt), *nd eontainir.2 n-<rl/ d ub:e the quantity ol ren ling matter in that of the FirTY CENTS Oil DOLLAR PUCLICiTIOi'S It treifc? on 'he PIlYalOLO GY OF MAURI AO K, and the serret i ? flrmitie^ (iUort'cr Of youth and matari:y, i-e rultin^ fr^m cxce?b^b, which destroy tbe f bvsical acd m?n tal pow?ra, w->b ob^rratiooa on marriage, ita dude* an<i Jls<jua'iflrations, and t^eir remedies; with ii hogr?.;>ii", illustrating the toatom? ai d physioicijy, and di?sHi?3of the reprn lajtiv- organs of butb 60X?c, their s^ructurir, ums and tU"Cticn?. A popular and comprehtnsiTe trsa :u>? on the duties an i c*su^J*f v t ^ngie and rnar ri^i life?happy and fru.'n I V2, mode c f te jarnj them ? infel'Jtci'i' >*.a ^nfe.-tilf cars?their jVriaUon aaJ r<u o*ijs,^?rt^nt hir.ta to th.^e wct?mplatin:5 miU.^iiy tv at will owrcoa.* ob factious to it; noaj. boa?T?r. ahould take this im> portant e ep w? uont >rat consulting its pae??? Kmx-'iLtari'-e o i the aieea-.fs :.ud meiicti treatment >t fe a<len f on. ;?ian!*y to old a *e, ea-jh caoe grpph cally illustrsU i by b?eut:i?il lithcgraphic plates ? imoca debilU/, it3 caus-s aud c .re, by a proceti ?t once simple, >af?i ana effectual thut failure is nai?os.sib:a?rul'S for dai'.y usuuajifcent?an ew-y in Hp luietcrrhota with ^rae i ul o^serTitions on a and m >re nera?fil! mode of tr?a;m?nt?pre ?auticnary L nt? ot the evils zesulting from cmpiri jal prittica?an estcn all Ji.ca^eu triiiag tiom inuiicie'.i jn, with plain t^d simple rnlea by which a!! pexion: nan cure tte^istlrett without morcury? *ia?vJ'8 for th'/S^ s elf in {listed nrUeriea anil til--up ^oiutji hopes so uufcriunatf ly prefa'.sn* io tb<* rcuag. It is a truthful wiri er to the marriid an^ hosr cocUaivla1-icg tui.rria^o. It? perusil is par ieu ariy reoomuend^d to p-x-ous ?utertaining se :ret dousta of the.r p'lyaicai condition, and who ar*r wnscioiw of having liHserdHl tba health, hcppine?? and privilejjtM to whicU every huuun tei^g b? en dtled U\ Prios 25eenta per ccpy, or Ere copies for cr.s dol ar. Mailed tree ot powuge to any part of thi Uni .ed States. N. B.?Those who prefer niy ocnecltEr LaCr.cu. apon any "f the diseases upon which his book treat* iither oareonaliy or by mail. M^didne Bent to ar.y part t'i the Union axording to (iuecticns, Eaf*i> p-oke<l and carefnlly secured frcn all cV.corvati;n.

Addraes Br. M. it LA CilOl-k, No 31 Maiden Lace ir Post 0?a-.o Bcs L7Q, Albany N. Y. 4^- C Jce open diily from fi l n ts 9 p n, finu ct ^an Jay froia 2 until 5 pm. Oflice lieuaoved iron No. 56 Eeavfrel., ? lit Kalitu Lane, Albtny, N. Y. ie.;7 MATHLJIATICAL INSTRUMENTS. lul. tl. ANl>fcRA0 4 has roceived a large and 111 couji?'.5.?wuiortiao.it of Math^madcti Instru ments and Drawing Materia a of superior quality rhd Math-uatical lueirumeots are chiefly of Swiss manuf?etory ia <as"B, a? well a^ ii s-parate pieces; Water colors and oil colors. Drawing papers of er sry quality. A1 Oj Studio in Draariug an J Paiuting. dec ii?tf <17 0 Pvim. avenae. DENTISTRY. DIt. MUNSON re-pectfuily c*1b r.ab'.ic attsntioc to b^a nsw, pateut, !?nd QIvlSATLY .^sak IMPROVED nieU.od of retting Artifcda' Teeth, wiih Continuous Gum?the ?ery PKRFEOl'ION 0FT?K AKT. IhisstjM if Teeth has tbe follow adranlag'i. orer all others ri?: GUXAT hTRJCNQTU, CL&ANLIN&&, COM FOUT, end BaAUTY, ^iainx *ith Nature ia the^ re?pi it?, atd seme o'herr excelilsg. Public lnspvc den is respectfully sclhited. l'.etro call and S3? fptilmtns. OALIION ? No other Dsntist in tbe District of iv.u ai.ia Uib a right to m<tke this style of Teeth. A. U.? ieeth cansiitut^nal-y healthy, plugged ind warranted for lit?. Office anl house at No. 288 2fi btreet, near the cor aer et Peaa<ytraaia arenue and liih str< et, n^T 13?1? HARPER*S MAGAZINE FOR MARCH; 43 cents < The Hons ef the Sires, a history of the rise, p:ogress j and destiny of the American Party Life and BeauUes of Fatiuy Ft r?; ^1 VVcli rt's K.x>st, by Irving; f 1.25 ?iiliillan's Tlimi Gallery of i.itirarv Portraits Putn&u.'* Magazine for March; 25 ceuU. Pride and Prejudice; 50 cts 'Wcy an.t Gr^baui's Al.'jjuznu s f'er March. i" tlf fiiiU l.y E. K. LUNDY, No. 148 Bridge street, feb 2d?tf Ueor*etott it. WEBSTER'S LARGE QUARTO DICTION ary, rditi ?n of 1855, Oil < day received from the publishers? pnee, in full Inathtr Madid*, %? feb 27 FRANCE TAYLOR. IVY WALTZ. C10Mr?)aEl> aud dedicatwi to Miss M. J. Table-, j by P. oi. A. F. Little, ju^t published and lor sale u lllLBUS X HITZ'S Ma^ic D<pot. Price P?j^ centa. l?-b 6 OCKET and Quarto Diaries for 1866 lor aale 0) jand-tf IEANUK TAYLOR. SPLENDrD RAFFLE. WILL fce Raffled fcr as toon a* ilie requisite number of Chances have been taken, the fol lowing spfend d and costly article*, viz: 1st Prize. One splendid gold Paper Weight, containing an Automaton Hinging Bird and Bday Chronometer, mo?t beautifully decorated and adorned with enamelled P.timings *] gyg 2d Prize. One Lady's Gold Watch, richly set ' with Diamonds and Painting oa Enamel... pxt 3J Prize. One Lady's Gold Watch, richly sr t with Diamonds, and Paiuiing on FXmiH.. 1J0 4th Pnze. One Gents Full Jeweled Patent Lever (with Compensator) gol i Hunting Watch jQ, 5th Prize. Lady's Gold Hunting Watch, snleu didly chased yj Total value $-?.000 There will be Two llundrtd Chanccs, at Ten Dollar? each. ? The raffle will take place at lliihus it Hitz' Mu sic Depot, Star Buildings, corner Pa. avenue and 11 th street, when- Ticket-" ccn be procured and the articles are on exhibition. Ptrsons defining of pos^ssirig some of the most superb articles of workmanship ever exhibited, have no-.v an opportunity offered them of obtaining inch ai an cKrwuely low price. Call and examine for vourstlves at t ic Music De pot of HILRT7S k. IIITZ, Star Buildings, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. in. and 6 p. in. fell 7? tt' BANKING HOUSE OF PA I it 0 ? N00R8K OppotUe United Suites Tr&isury. BONDS, Stocks and othor securities purchased and sold. Interest at the tate of ner rent pj r annum al lowed on de|MwiU when fcft tor 30 days <t longer, jan '21?bin T11E LATE MR. MEADE'S PICTURES. 'IIO BK RAFFLED FOR IN 400 CHANCES 1 AT 935 EACH. PRIZE KO. 1 "St. Thomas of Vill-nucra, gtviog Alms to the Poor," a copy of Murdlo, by one of his pupils and touched by that great artist?said to be equal to the original, coet $-1,000. ppizk 2. " The adoration of Uie Wise Men of the East," d genuine Murillo; cost .$^000. PRIZK 3. 44 Hud I?f our Saviour," by Corrcggin; cost 91,000. prize 4. " Herd of the Rlcsscd Virgin," by Carreggio; cost 91,000. Mr. S. A. MATLACK is authorized to receive subscriptions in this city, of whom tickets may oe obiainej, or of Messrs. TAYLOR k M.\CRY. All money received on account of the Raffle will be deposited in Bank until the drawing t ikes place, which will In? duly announced. From the Nutional IntcHi*en<cr. Articles similar to the annexed wc have observed in several distmt paper?, contained ia ihcir Wa.-h ington correspondence. We ate gla.1 to sec that a member of the family is willing to dispose of a part of the rare collection of the lite Ri iurd W. Meade, who, during his I >ng residence in S).;iui, had oppor tunities, which his opulence enabled him 10indulge, for selecting many of the finest paintings in Spain^ that treasure house of pictorial riches. The dis turb :d state of the country at tUc time, nioreovet, made it favorable for obtaining many gems of art which would otherwise never have been purchata hie. From the Uoston Chronicle. Cn?r o'rocvREE or Art?Several ekej dhurvrc* of Murillo, Correggio, a fid oilier masters, winch were brought from Spain during revolutionary Uuum l>> the late R. W M? aJe, have elicited the a.hnir.cion of connoisseurs during the pa?t week in the Rotundo of the Capitol. They are to be disposed of tor the benefit of a daughter of Mr Meade, residing in Ne w York, at^r an op-ortunity has bin: jjiven to the public f?r an examination. feb 6- u' dffe* Mott Bedell's Line. NEIV von K, .1I.KX.1SnR M, U'.ISIUSGTON CITY, .1\D DISTRICT OF COLL'MHIA 1**1 CK FITS rpiIIS LINE OF PACKETS SAILS WEEKLY X from pier 11 East River, New Yoik.and oflener if necessary, and are composed of in-: following first class vessels: ve'.v sehr. .f F. Bedell, Bedell, master. New sclir. Mott Hcdetl, A. V. Tredwcll. Sehr. Jinn />., W111. Oliver, master. Sell*. Volant, L. A. Smith, master. Hclir. Commander-in-Chief, Wogl 1,1. master. Sehr. Crreemray, Wilson, master. These vessels are all fast sailers, and the masters men of experience in the trade, en i ;iic only r> gu lar line of Washington City packets. MOTT BEFELL, Wall street, N. Y. S. S. MASTERS it SONS, Alexandria, Va. TIIOM \S RILEY, feb 1?6m Washington and D. C. K. OWES. S W. OWES. K. OWEN &, SO?. MI LI TALI Y A AD AM I A L MERCHANT TAILORS, PENNSYLVANIA AVEN't'C, Between Fourteenth an l Filleentli strsets, WASHINGTON CITY, l> C Kf Naval and Military Uniforms executed in the neates; s ylc. mar '2?eol m BOOKSOF H0U3F OF RFPHESF^TAriVIS. Library House < p Represpxtatives. 1 LARGE huintier of Ko?<ks belonging to the Library et t ia House of Representatives luve been diawn by mcmbRM and by their orders, and stand charged to their accounts on tin* books of this rtfiee. It is important for the preservation of the files that they should be returned before the close ot the session. . MATTHIAS MARTIN, Librarian of the House of Representatives, feb 20??12w FOE 30 DAYS. FOE CASH ONLY I^MUROIUERIES, Ribands, Dres? Tr minings J and Fancy Goods at cost, less than co?t, hall price, alin' Kt giving awny Goods. MAXWELL & URO. commence to dny to make room for spiing supplies by offering their choicest Goods at com. sea snuable Goods at less than cost, uiim asonable Goo.is at half price, and we have some eld and indifferent stock accumulated on our hands that we almost give away. This will be a rare opportunity to secure gt eat bargains, as we are determintd to reou ;e our present stock, if we have to dispose of every cla.vs ot Goods at half price. We cannot enumerate article; and prircs, but 111 vile the ladies to coinc and see the quantities of | Go ds that we have placed upon our counters and marked down at prices that will ceitainly sell tin 111. MAXWELL Ai liRO., The original lliba d and Trimming Store, No. 33 8 Pa. avenue, bet.vein 4>t.i and 10th st. feb 2^!?eo3t TO INVENTORS TUB ofllc* of "The lav en lore' Prt .rctlon Natloaai Unijn" 13 on 7th street, opposite the I?*3t Por uw> of tsa Patent OSLv, an i is new ready to attend jo the fciL_i3??e of IU ni?mfc.rs, r.tiscly: tu miklag eSMCiaatiCB' ani soliciting pat^cts, Ao. Invant.rd are invited to eail aai get e copy of the Gonstitaiica tnd By lawe, and whrre nny icforae tion will be given respecting the litilcn. Ail lett- re ou bu^iaese must t? Circ to thU ot ?is*, w'cets atUiation wiU on giren Lasjrdiately. A ucdcl shop 13 In ojnaccti^n with the oBWr where uod^ls can be ia*i< tc'orler bt tl.e rLortes" actios. !'? Q. CLA \TON, to 10?It President I. P. N. O. DRAUGHT ALE. THE undersigned respectfully annouiieu that thej have obumied the sole Agency of (lit District lor the sale of Kurtz U N< s's \ ork Draught Ale, and have made arrangements so as t> have it con stantly ou haud, so that ail who may favor tlicm \\ ith their custom will be punctually Berved. As usual, a tupply of Porter, Ale, Cider and Mm eral Water com>tanlly on hand. Orders by mail, or given to our drivers will meet with strict attention. Terms cash. ARNY fc SJ11XN. A first rate Wagon, hut little used, lor sale Apply as above, to ARNY k SHINN, Union BotJing Drjiot, feb 8?eol ai Ctsirgeiown SILVER WAReT AVERY pretty assortment of Silver Coffee Sets, Pitchers, Goblets, Cup?, Creams, and all kind? of Spoons and Forks, and a variety of Fancy Silver ware, suitable for |?rc?ents, viz: Soup and t.'yster Ladles, Crumb Scraper*, fish, pi? and cake Knivt f, Cream and Sugar Spoons, etc., is offered at low pti ccs. aud warranted sterling. 11. SEMKEN, No. 330 Pa. avenue, bet. Vth and 10th su. jan 10 U. SEMKEN, JEWELER, No. 330 Pa. avenue, between 9th at.d 10</i UtitU-, Oflers for sale a maguificcut ai^soruuent ot DIAMOND JKWELRY, Gold Bracelet*, Breastpins, Earriu^s, Seal Ring* Wedding Rinjff, Fob and Vest Chains, Seals, I ock* ?u. Pencils, Thuables, Tnnkute, etc All arucies arc warranted aa represented and toM unusually low, jio 1U EVENING STAR. PROCEEDING! OF A PUBLIC MEET HQ IN HEW XEXICO Pursuant to a notice given the citizens of Santa Fe, they assembled at the court bouse on Monday evening, January 29, to take into consideration the affairs of the Territory. On motion, Preston Beck, jr., was called to the chair, and James E. Sabine elected Secretary. The chairman stated the object of the mjeting, when ? Mr. Ashurst offered the following pre amble and resolutions: Whereas, the people of New Mexico have been for a long time suffering evils unknown to any other portion of the country protected by the stars and stripes of our Union ; and whereas, wc arc sat isfied that these evils, or at least the most of them, have been brought upon us by the mal-admin stration and mis representations of the Governor of this Territory, we. a portion of the citizen*, without distinction of party, have adopt ed this mode of makiag our grievance* known to the Department at Washington and respectfully ask for some remedy. In the first placc his whole poliej* in relation to the Indian department of this Territory, has been unwise, impolitic, and has well nigh brought our Territory into utter desolation, lie has represent ed to the Department at Washington that the Indians infesting our borders were comparatively at peace, when it is a fact well known'that for the last twelve months, there has not beeu a 'own or ranch within the limits of this territory that has been secure from their depreda tions. He has, in fact, been distributing presents to thu.c Indians, while at the same time a portion of the same tribe were committing their savage cruelties and depredations. Lie has been distri buting to these Indians, while our citi zens have been reclaiming stock stolen bv these Indians, and the stock then in his presence, and failed to cause rejiara tion to be made to these citizens for their stolen property. He has represented thai one person could travel alone with sc curity over every portion cf this terri tory, when scarcely a day passes without bringing to our ears the news that some village or ranch has been attacked, the stock driven off, and females outraged, lie has interfered to prevent the separa tion of the Superiniendency of Indian Affairs from the Gubernatorial chair ol the territory, when it must have been evident to him that the condition of In dian affairs in this territory at all tiroes required the efforts and services of a bold, energetic and able man. A more wise and salutary measure than the separation of these offices in this territory has never been recommended, and yet we find him using all his means to prevent this sepa ration. In fact, his whole and sole ob ject seems to have been to get into his hands the disbursing and control of even dollar appropriated to this Territory lie has succeeded, by misrepresentations, 111 obtaining control of the twenty thou sand dollar- more than two years ago ap propriate fer the use of a penitentiary, none of which has as vet been expended with the exception of the purchase of a site for the said penitentiary in a sauJy artoya, than which site no other worse could have been selected, lie has suc ceeded, by misrepresentation, in getting control of the fifty thousand dollars more than twelve months since appropriated for the building of the capital, not one dollar of which has as yet been expended. He has used his efforts to have the law repealed appointing a superintendent and commissioners for said public buildings ; and*when failed in having the law re pealed, l.e evaded the law by refusing to appoint said superintendent and commis sioners. He has also issued orders to justices of the peace to take possession of Indians held in captivity in this Territo ry, and to turn them over to his agent, llenry L. Dodge, who again resold them into slavery. He has, in his negotiations with the Indians, failed to assign them any limits, and they have been let loose to roam at large over any portion of our Territory, by this means recognizing then right to our soil and Territory, lie has represented to the Department that the policy recommended and commcnced b>' our late Governor, W. 0. Lane, of re moving the Indians west of "the Rio Grande?of confiniug them to a particu lar scction of territory, and teaching them to cultivate the soil?impracticable and unwise, when lie must Lave known, as any one else does, that that policy afforded the only shadow of hope for us. This temporizing policy has produced a state of tlnngs,in relation to Indian dep redations, heretofore unknown in It is Territory, and, unl.ss some active steps are now taken, will prove the utter rum and desolation of our beiovcd Territory. We are prepared to prove each and every one of the charges here brought against him, and others of a like nature not here recapitulated. We have suffered these evils until forbearance ceases longer to be a virtue. We are unwilling to believe that the Government c f the United States will not allord us that protection which they have guaranteed to us alike with other portions of cur Union, an can only believe that we have been permitted long to suffer on account of a want of knowledge by cur Government of our true condition, and on account of misrep resentations male to the Government by our Chief Magistrate: Be it therefore Resolved, That we view our Governor as unfit and incapacitated to be the Gov ernor o a free people. I csolved, That we believe that his pol icy, if contfhued, will bring us into utter luin and desolation. Resolved, That his early removal be asked for as the only hope for' remedy from the evils U*t threaten us.' Afttr reading the foregoing preamble ?nd resolutions, the meeting was id dressed by the lion. H. F. Smith, Meesrs. Beard, Reed Ashuret, Hubbell, and Tompkins. When, on motion of Mr. Tompkins, thj foregoing preamble and resolutions were adopted. Oa motion, the president and secretary of the meeting were instructed to send a copy of the proceedings of this meeting to the Santa Fe (iazette, St. Louis Repub lican, and Washington Star, for publica tion ; also one to the President of tho United States. On motion, the meeting adjourned. Preston Bect, jr., President. Jas. E. Sabine, Secretary. OLD S0L2IIRS BOUITT LIKD BILL. AN ACT io addition to oer*atn act* granting bounty land to certain offlears and tcldlara who bare been engaged in the military *er ?ice cf the United Slate* he it enacled, ffc.t That each of the surviving commissioned and non-commis sioned officers, musicians, and privates, whether of regulars, volunteers, rangers, or miliiia, wlio were regularly mustered into the service of the United States, and every officer, commissioned and non commissioned, seaman, ordinary seaman, marine, clerk, and landsman in the navy, in any of the wars in which this country has been engaged since seventeen hun dred and ninety, and each of the surviv ors of the militia, or volunteers, or State troops of any State or Territory, called into military service, and regularly mus tered therein, and whose services have been pud by the I'uited States subse quent to the eighteenth day of June, eighteen hundred and twelve, shall be entitled to receive a certificate or warrant f'om the department of the Interior for one hundred and sixty acres of land; and where any of those who have been ?o mustered into setvice and paid shall have received a certificate or warrant, he shall be entitled to a certificate or war rant for such quantity of land aa will make, in the whole, with what he may have heretofore received, one hundred and sixty acres to each such person having served-as aforesaid: Provided, The per; son S3 having b.*n iu service shall not receive said land warrant if it shall ap pear by the muster rolls of his regiment or corps that he deserted or was honora bly discharged from service. Sac. 2. And U it fu thcr enacted, That in case of the death of any person who. if living, would bo entitled to a certifi cate or warrant as aforesaid under this act, leaving a widow, or, if no widow, a minor child or children, such widow, or, if no widow, such minor child or chil dren, shall be entitled to receive a certi ficate or warrant for the same quantity of land that such deceased person would be entitled to receive under the provi sions of this act if now living: Provided, I That a subsequent marriage shall not im pair the right of any such widow to such warrant if she be a widow at the time of making her application: And jtrovuled further, That those shall be considered minors who arc so at the time this act shall take eii'ect. Sec 3. And be it further enacted, That in no case shall any such certificate or warrant be issued f>r any service less than fourteen days, except where the per son shall actually have been engaged in battle and unless the pa:tv claiming such certificate or warrant shall establish his or her right thereto by record evidence of said service. Sec 4. And be it further enacted. That said certificates or warrants may be as signed. transferred, and locateel by tho warrantees, or their heirs-at-law, accord ing to the provisions of existing laws regulating the assignment, transfer, and location of bounty-land warrants. Sec 5. And be it farther enacted. That no wan ant issued under the provisions of this act shall be located on any public lands except such as shall at the time be subject to sale at either the minimum or lower graduated prices. Sec. 0. And be it further enacted, That the registers and receivers of the sev eral land offices shall be severally au thorized to charge and receive for their services in locating all warrants under the provisions of this act the same com pensation or per cent age to which they are entitled by law for the sales of the public lands, for cash, at the rate of one dollar and twenty-five cents per acre. 1 lie said compensation to be paid by the assignees or holders of such warrants. Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, That the provisions of this act, and all the bounty land laws heretofore passed by Congress, shall be extended to Indians in the same manner and to the same ex tent as if the said Indians had been while men. Sec. 8. And be it further enacted. That the widows of officers and soldiers of the revolutionary war be entitled to the ben efits of this act. Sec. 9. And be it further enactcd, That the benefits of this act shall be applied to and embrace those who served as vol unteers at the invasion of Plattshur^, in September, eighteen hundred and four teen. Sec. 10. And be it farther enacted, That the provisions of this act shall apply to the chaplains who serveei with the army in the several wars of the country. Sec. 11. And be it further enacted, That the provisions of this act be applied to those who served as volunteers at the attack on Lewistown, in Delaware, by the British fleet, in the war of eighteen hundred and twelve-fifteen. Profit in Keeping Fowls ?An intel igent farmer lately published the follow ing result of his experience in keeping fowls, lie kept 36 hens last year and i they yielded him 350 dozen, or 4,250 egea and 125 chickens. The net prooeede of the sal^s were $59,37, the family having had of course what eggs and poultry they wanted for their own consumption be ; sides. The whole cost of the ?rain for ' keeping the hens was a fraction over three dollars, leaving a clear profit of 155.