Newspaper of Evening Star, March 14, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated March 14, 1855 Page 1
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THE EVENING STAR PUBUiUED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT 6UNDAY0 At tke Siar Building, corn*r Ptmisylvenia avnme and E-t vf ih str**r, By W ALL AC i * HOPE, Will be tarred to auharnbrn in the eitiee of Wuh infton, Ofofjeiown, Alexandria, Baltimore and PbilariHpiiia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, pujraUe weekly 10 the Ageute To mail aubecnbeia ih? rabeenption price ia THREE DOLLARS AND PirrY CENTS a year "in advance, TWO J>OL LARS fur SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THBEF. MONTHS. (?^>Singlc conaa n*i CIITT. ?MM VOL. V. as a? ?s ?? WASHINGTON,*D. ?., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1855. THE WEEKLY STAR. Ttua exctliau; fkmitfmi Kwi ?a W (<?H w? an* Hia n*i?. NO. 684. iUi> Tm d<w - ? V *1S(N 0^* c*a?, iniiuiLT M 4?tiiu. caa U pracvrd at the ci mi me/t tnwXUtrty ator um a?t ef tLe paper. Price?thru etKTa. Pt>?TMwho act aa areata ?rt& he aBae i J a cuanm-sion ot'twrM? u-r flAPTCT* 'fi SPANISH MIXTURE. Tift* Om? P ? riftar of Blood I lot a Fsrticla of Mercury In It! Aa Buivr for Pc^fla'.a, King's Evil, i1! 'inttu-Ji, Ob<ti lit* CaUowdi Kraptioci, P*c>.!<m Pvtulea in tb? f*o-, Blotcher. Eoila, C'-roci! nct? ?y?j, Kiiig Wora cr Tetter, Bcaid u?.at. trKry-^e^t ac.1 Pain of the Donee at4 Jc!n*? ?Tcb?-e<rn Ci^rp, Syphilitic Dianrder^ ! a.&beso Kpiodl Cog)t>:*'b^, lu l all the dleiaa-a ? -?f from **n -rjaii^coi u?e of Marmry, Im? I'XUu k> ? in l Ife, wr Impurity of the B'.ood. rnai3 Tal-iaM# M d cm*, ehich hi; become c?ie? X I' r tU- n jrater cf >ztrs rdtnary mm e 3?ete*i through iu ??e~cy, fca ? itdieed the propri eto-s, at t ic urg ct r ju? it r>f tVir frieula, to olf-r it to tL* pa&Lc, * Uiob ?' h y do with the utmost ert> sit Ite virtu- s % aX wcaderlul tantin pi<f* aril a To# fellow} ag c*nl2?**i<?s1 re'.ec'xl iroa a nroUr, *-. a, h-*worcT. stronger teaj thaa the rair? we?l rf t'ie preprint*: and ar? *3 fioo g*n:l*iu?ju we' 1 anoan <n th*lr localities, tud cf the highest re**>? laHHty, lumay of th -in ras.di- f ia the ' ity of fttch^ nil. Vs. V. UOk'DtlN. cf tat kx^tianga Uotrl, Ricu mocd, knowa eve< > wk?re Hayahehaufseaa'he Me* Ioim uiiei Caarcs's 2pix:s;i UlXTjaa.a.lmJn'.ete.-el in over a hujiirsl ;a ae?r.y ell the 4i?e< i">t for which it t? rwroicmea ??!, with the rroet aatr.jj bhfcujiy g1**! result* l?-* nay* H id the noat ci trwrj.ury h? bu ?wr?w3. AGUR *N0 FSYIS?GREAT CURE.?I her?<j frvttfy that far thre? ya%r.? t had ?^u i era<i F*r *t ct fa? in-vt riol nt dj- :rip*>oa. I h?d a*7eral Phy alataa, Uxk qu-tn^u?i of Quiaiae, eeicury, wi I b*l *?? ai! Uia T ?bi viTertre-i, hatkli ?itw oat i??Bua-fai vaii-^'. A; Last I ti.^i Cirt?-r"i rpisxisi Mixta ?, two bit11*4 cf whj?ih cii-?l ae, an J I in a&ppj to My I h?T? lie. J . -it: ?;r ebtlin or f?Ters siac.v I consider it the fcc-t TcnW in this world, nul t?e osiy medi>me that a: pwbfi aveiw. JOLX L'jSGJ?.S. baivi* ?>itch, near Rkhcocd, Ve. ^ C. B LTJCH, now !n the of Tw" -haroa J and f-r mas? vein ia ta-> Po?t OSia% 'aaa naek &>aSU.*Qci ia tin m?9Li:iIb| eiBcaoy of CartrrV >Li;ax?. th^t hi b^s tom!;' npw?~?l* of ME bottles which he his gir -n *w?.y to the ~fil .-t-1.? Mr. La^k sari tie h?? ncvnr knjwa it to &il m+r> ttkec "oc .-Iiiisr to direetloui. Dr. a pnaUcia* fhyuciaa, anl fotmeriy f f ih? Olty iio>l, Ja the city of Richmond, Pay* be lias witaeM^i hi a aaahn cf iaetaaaes ta? eJ-cta c: U*r er*j Sp%a- a Mniun, which w?r^ bij<' tra>> rarprkir.g. He ?ty? ia a mm of Ooniuznptic a, de Cid-nt oa tl?3 LSrsr, th? ^ood were wca fcl lulled. 8AMC1CG *1 DRINKK i. et tha Cna of D?itk?r A Mocr*a, ik.'iMini, wc??; ic-1 ?artni of Lirer Com pi Jet of taree * ei:3 rt'iacLaj. by the oj<- j I tw^ b. itl-jj of Oirwor'j C^*at h Miitan. ORS\TCUR:'. V>-* i TSOVOltl ?The fcdltort o: the Richm;a t Ra^ablkaa h j > servant enpio?*s ia their preee roo*n, ca--el of Tiil^at 3iroiu!*. cr-:n b a?d with Ka?azc.'.iLi^i, veLi'h cn'Jr ly <*i3?bleJ ftia from w>rk. T b^'.ilae of I'arttw e *p*nis!i Mixtars m?k- a pjrlurt can; of hsm, enl tl.e Kii b>r> iv a pablic notice, f*y th^7 ' cheerfully rwoo n?n*. it to all who af4 affitc.ed wiJi *jy dia:ut> o.' tb- biood * tTILL ASOfHES, (U?*1 <)F AOAOFULA.?I h-.J a T*r7 Tala?h.e u>y of fc irofal* by Carter's ^paniea Mlxtarj i c>a*U-r it truly a rtltiabk m^^iciae. J.Vu?3 M TAVL Ooariuot.r cn th* B. F. and P. ft. tL Co , Biaanoad, Va fciLT 1HIUM Of TV/itNTY YEARS STANDING ca^iiD / Mr. JOTi'OMPrfON, -eeiding ia th> d:y ot Rkhi3?* rure-i by thraa 0 ctlea < f Kpaaiej "U'uct f S Jt ..Lsam. whkh he h-U for isd wa;ch al! the- r?i;a <*iane ?rthac?- f i n'l care. *11. 1 h '^iox?n if a we|i k uwa 19*;t.iat ia U.-J c.?y of Ri.^Uiaoadf an 1 hi? ia Bt>.) };?*. *..?! &.K Y-n of K1 hzac d had a .rTaat e-irwl ?f ?i, ia the Tj.r sora, by C? ter*f i*pan;?h lli-i ?are. IIj eayi i?-> t,h^*-rfuli7 roc -ta mmlj it, aad ccajiU=? j it a vary laralaabl* io^JI ctaa. K0W1V BUtiroX, comni-woaer ot the r^Teou?, fci/s he ha) eoea th ? gj -d -Cic'ji of Carter** 'punish M.xta^a ia ? namt r of arpaii'.tic 9?ms, and aaya it k a Nffert "cr s f r that itarribi* dis^x. * \i. O. 'lA''.i70 0, it rj^ooii curfl of old j^>r?a *ci w!i ca L<#ol*f hi^ tr?ci w-l'iin^. Took a bottla* of'Jar'?r"e Spaiaah Mixture, aal w*e ec^hl?i w?:k without * cr-ateh,in a short But p^ cu'ed. rtinelpU UepoU at *1 TV ARC, CLOSE k < 'o? No. iS Hai4en i <*a ?, ll-w T. r< T. VV DYviT U a >:; ?, lis. 13- Nirta Sw;aU st., Pb i-i'irlpt.ia BbJiNirrr k No. 12i Main strc t. Rich ft Oad. Va. And for r*l? b7 0.(i''Li3 8T0 F, Wachingt n. ?>. C; HKN.wY PiCE , A!exaalrb?, and b, st. ?verywhore. fn-? $\ p?r bottle, or ai^ be -U-*? fvr i5; ??? 2' ? 1 y Mott Badell s Line. < 3f?IK YORK.ALEXANDRIA, H'ASHIXGTON CITY, AXD DISTRICT Of COLUMBIA PACKETS. TUI3 LINE OF PACKKTd SAILS WEEKLY from pier 14 Ea-t River, New York, and oftene. if nec? s^ar>. aud auc c.?inp>?^cd of the following first class Wifl': New ?chr. A. lUleU, Bedell. ma<tcr. New Bchr. Mott UedeU, A. V. Iredwdl. 8ebr. A.mi D , Wm. Oliver, ui .jier. 8cltr. Volant, L. A. 6mitb, master. 8chr. Commander-iti-Chief, Wojl im, master. Sebr. Greenway, VViJ.ton, master. These veaseis are ail fast sailers, and tht master men of experience in the trade, aud the ouly regu lar line of Washing-on City packets. MOTT BEFELL. Wail atreet, M. Y. S. d. MASTERS k SONS, Alexandria, Va. T1IOM \3 RILEY, feb 1?Un W ashington and D. C. DENTISTRY. ?V 2.. KCNSON re )/ cai a public att?ut!ci * U- Um "<-w, patr-at, and \iRSATLY PRO\XU 1 of uttlng ArtifldalJ Teeth, with Ccctiacoua Q jb?th<* >try P?HfCCTIGK OfT^n ART. Ihi? ttyLa of Teeth haa Use fc-llc* advantage cxbt ail otLan Tla: ORKkT ^TRJt.SUTU, CLKaNLINRBS, 0 'M PORT, and La ALT V, ekia^ with Nature in theee f+p* ^ad rcme chetB exccllivg. Public inspec tic a U rw;e.tfally aoliatca. Pistee call and ace fa^MBi. CAUTION ?No oti-r Daat'at in tba DleUict cf &laa>tu h-u a right to make thia a^ie cf Teetn. N. B ? Teeth constitutional y hejthy, ilu^gtd ard warranted for lit. OtRce and houae at SfcS K street, m*~? the cor aer t,t t'-*at-?ylvaxla ^eahae and 1A&1* atr. rt. a?T 15?if ~TO INVENTORS TfiS office of *'Tte Invento.a' Protert' a Na''taa. Ocioa" la oa 7th atrect, oppcaits In Ra*i Por tco of the Pataat 0?ce, ana Is csw rtt?TT to itteaJ U tha bci-a<?eB of its saeaitxr*, aamely : In zaaklafi ?i*aLk?AUwa? aal aoUotiiag pa'^ots, Ae. ineentura are inritM tr, w>.l and a rcj-y of the Ct'R^tiiaticc a ad By-Uwz, and wh?r? aay laforme qob will tw ^nn r^pa Uog the vnicn. AU loCScia rn ki.-*?-.??? nu*t V>> tiitKial to th!a oi 3a, whste atuatk: wl:i be ^ir? iaiaivilataly. A mc lei eLop ia ia cwin-tctlca with the olBcs whara s^ial/'caa be ai> U^crjer at the saortaat un** T. U. CLAYTON, i??*7 r.-."?j?t i. p. n. u. ~PIANOS FOR SALE AND RENT. rf'liE auheenber hit always r>n h -.nd a asxwt 1 meat of German and Amencan PI ANOS, trout the rery uianufactureru ^ jf j'f f wrbicU be offers for aale at lower pncee than can be purchaeed in the District of Columbia, aud * a the m n>t accoininodaung term*. Ail Pianos purchased fr?m me are warranted to gtve aaiiatac uno. Old PiiaM taken in exciianse. ? B. REIS^, Pru^sor of Mu<fo, G, betw. Pouru'eain and hlW'ntii streets. C10LI?, SILVER, SI EEL fc. PLAl Eii SPEC J T ACL EH to ?u:t ev?ry age aud eye. Riding epecs, R. R. Glares, Eye] Pruectwa. Eyr Gla^^es of a!i d?*?crip Imnu, Reading (, G<)gxles ; fcr.,' Parabola, Penioc-U, Concave, Coovcx, and Colored CI laan put ia tram.'i at ilie aiiorit-t notice. Paraons iu waut ol" glaiv e# may be sure t?J r? iho.* wtuca benefit ::ie eye at II. 8EMKEN S, No. 9 30 Fa avmoe, betw. 9ui and l(Rh ata. Jaa 90 LAW PARTNERSHIP. SUPREVIB? OURT OP THE UNITED STATKS. ROBERT J. WALKER aad LOUIS J\NIN havj forme<l a c partnership under the name ot "Walter aad Janjn,"for the argument of e-?-???? In the Supreme t ourt of the United Suiiee, at Wa b ingtoo city, ?ba.e U?th will ultra J throughout Uie fu'ure aeaaiona ot that court They may be addressed at Washington, N. York, 9T Hew Orieaaa. jaa 1??eo3m* c. WAVRIVRR. WATCHMAKER, NO. 330 PA. AVENUE, Between Ninth and Tenth atreeta, Wa JHIKOTO*, d. c. fcb 14?dt^oH* GUJBAT 1 WDUCEHK^ITI. S CANFIELD. BROTHER fc CO , 940 BuUunort street, Baltimore, MiL, Offer to buyers, prw?u? to ukjng their annual ac count of stock.* Inrge of rwnt'y imported roo N. M?eh as WATCHES. JE ?VELRY, SILVEI WARE, ~iU><ita an I PLUtd Gjth, Clocks, Brontf F?>n, Musical Boxes. Dresden China, dc, AT PR> CE5 TO SUIT TIJK TIMES, WITHOUT Rl UJIRD TO COST. jmn 31?ir COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR "?# York. Texaa. California, S ?? J*Tf,rsr, L"u'?lana, Missouri, r.ncaylvaaia. Alabama, Kentoeky, >I*ry',&ad, G-cnri* Michigan,, Witonuin, Ohio, and Mizs'toU, Pierlla, other Btataa. GEOBOK 0. THOMAS, ATTORNEY PGR CLAIMS, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, 'VA-i.'iiHgton Plate., nsar Odd-P*Uo*n\ Hmll. ?c*? K7TII ?THIST, Wxaxworom. D.*U ? A* "? F. II. DAVTDQE, AUt./ai7 ftud CuMaic!:sr.?t>L?v. iO COM MISSIONED OP DEZDS _ . , TOM TBS PTAT&? OP ^rgla'a ;:** York MiiM Ssntoct?, N?w J <???*? 7 TWKtoia l^ulsiana, MLaM ;tj f.Kint. H^ ^..*a;hafitt* *-/>r7)? \ Pcttnsylvia;* *?>?* ? er.r**a California krujius 9 C voiles ^ JM Oonv'vsuclng in &ii its Lreuchea promptly eat ?ajNr?te!f ex*ent*J. Oftee. Looiii*.-i ?fca'j*, cap. FiftSl street. vt <llf R. H. GILLET, Couaitllor at Law. On - ?ad ;<* in Franklin Row, comsr e! B ?o?l ThirWoth rtriw?t ??? VVM. if. MoKHKS, Attorney * t L. a w , AO. 38 LOUSHJtA AVXXCt. Will prv?tio* !n the Soprano* Court of the United 3~t<M and the Courta of the D.atrict of Columbia. d?w 2t> - -sot f BANKING HOUSE OF PAIRO & NOUBSE OjrpotUe United States Treasury. BONDS, Stock* and othor securities'purebred and sold. Interest at the rate of ?ix per cent per annum ai lowttd on deposits when fcfc for 30 davs or longer. jan 94-Tim a. owk.i, g w> owkx. K. OWKK A SOX. MILITARY AND NAVAL MERCHANT TAILORS, PENNSYLVANIA AVINOT, Between Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets, WASHINGTON CITY, D C Naval ami Military Uniform* executed in the aeate* atyie. mar a??*.lm ?JAlii NET MAKiK, & UNDERTAKER. I^Hr-ci* ata'ccid rrculd r*peetftilly in?r.rm his ., aoi "sintanms. anJ the puulio generally -hat he atili ooatinuM ?-> ?,tsi' ordrr* la h& He- of baala?a la the beat zrtnner aad at the abort ?a. cct:tf. SlttPAlRUO neatlyaad promptl/ extcotad. rUKUU AL.8 attended to at - k -^-T :fc? ir^.rn-4." n^uce, and la the t?r> ew J? P* n?un-r. B-<L*u sruermi i? L'.e mutt pcrftU im? *#', !Vf. V?ra<l? wj\ihcr. ?4.ti?olfvr :vt hs Tc-ai-'i r?-s;-rtfhlly Tri:! eEui?T>jr *.c n?rit e. co<iUbQx&oe o1 icaan*. AN'TUOhY koCHLY, fa. a. die. r*t7?ea ?Kh t>n?l 10th eta. /Vihieace: Mr. M?r m>, ??c. 3W. 1> atreet. t-.irt ear. of Tth ctraet. m\r 17?ly Private Medical Treaties ex Taa '?iIYFI0L0GI2\L VIKW Of MARRIAOS, rr Hi. B. LA CtlGSX, M. D? ALBANY, iV K i50 Pi^fa a&d 130 PI- e Plain *nd Co?cr?d Llthr. grai-hji trd Clataa. ?ST Prlee ouiy as Centa "%0 Ajf*2tn: f.?< of pDctageto :?U par's rf ths Uniont* CHE APE ? SCOK EYRB PURLIfiliEI, *nd oon'slniag a-farly d ub.e the quantity o: fa:iog matter la that of th FI?1* CKN'TtJ OP. DOLL\b PUBUOaTIOKH It?reat?on -he PHYSIOLA GY 0# MARRIAGE, md the !""r?ti'4raltiwnnd dLtoider of y uth ju>d mat-^riqr, re fultic^ fr'm cxwi-i, ?hicn a?auoy lt5e ;>hi aieal aod men t*l power*, with cbderratKmrt ai niArnagd, its <Jutk< ani diMinaliflc^tions, sad their resiedi?9; with ii'-Jio^raph', iilutt-aiicg the anatctar a- d pajs-oicgy, aad di*?a.*a of tLs re^r* ? iictire org?oa of both aes^a, the * strualarr, a? and t auction a. A p^ular and coaipr?htn.?iTe tr- } b?t on the aatijs ar. i oaflus.'*J.-V t s'lnjU and ir h--d hie?happy und 'rv.titl a!'!r>.'?8, eckIc r * % aariBg thwa - Int'el'.. Ir. ? ^ja. JsAvtile ones?iutif oivitition and r^a.uf^.?'joportent biota to *6o-f oocUiaplatiiig aj, th*t will cverrown oo )ejtk*os to it; co^j, hoverer. should take this !n>> port?ot ? sp w'rhoct trst oonsulting its pages? arLasientarifefl oi tb<> aiaensMand med:sal treatmsnt ?( fca ilea f.-ur-. ir^aacy to eld a^e, each csae gr?ph iesi)y I'.'.u. b? tefcutifoi UthogTa^hJo plates BfiToo dc'oility, its causae and c ire/hy a prt>ce?<r at once so ?i:a>le, -af^ and effoct ojlI that tailors ir itaposaible?rui?a for dally management?an eea?y on ^p-Ticatorrhoea with practkai observations on a lift:, o<.r\j suR??dtJul mode of treatment?p?e mmnaaary Mai* ou the ?*&* reeulting from ?mpui Shi pr?cti^<?au ?i*7 on all .irt-ttes axldng from faaduceijoa, with plain aad sUaule rul?j by ?hieh all cut core thszuclTas without mcicury re'jMiu** fcr thoee self inflicted miseries and cleep pointed h. i-ea to acfornnutoly prevalent lo th<> fenng It is a trutufol adriM..- to the marrlsd and thos contemplating marria^o. Its p?rutal is per dcohirly recommended to p^rcona entertaining se ar*t donots of their ph/si^I condition, and who ar? conscious of having haa^rdxl the health, happlne&s and prifliagei to which every human Uct U en Utied to. Pile* 24 teats per ocpy, or five copies ?>.- one dol lar. Mailed tree of pcauga to any part of the Uai t?d Stat e. N. B.?lhoae who prefer may oonsnltCr la r orr ap^n any of the uWas^c upon whloh Ms book treat* e.U*er ^ersoaaliy or b7 raaiL Medlaine rent lo any part of the Onlcn according to directions, *af?l> P4ek<-d aod carnally seen red t>on all cbiMvatlon. Ailr?".* Dr. 31. B. Li 0E01X, No 81 Mald. a Lace ut vtat i-tl* B?,x 6Ttf, AlSan? N. V. ft" Ofloe cp- n daiiy from v a m U 0 p ?, acd on 4acda; from 2 until 6 pm. ?*- OJlce (tanaored fr--ra No. Eear*r ?t., to 31 iSaltten Lame, Albany, N. Y 4*c 7 gratisT" JUdT PUBLISHED: A NEW DISCOVERY IN MEDICINE! A FEW words oo the Rational Treatment, with out Medt uue, of Spermatorrhea, or Local Weakness, Nervous Debili ty, Low Spirit*, Lassitude, Wt*k uras of the Lambs and Buck, Iadispo siuon an 1 Incapacity f??r Study and Labor, Duilnt-Ms oi Apprth* tision, Lom of Memory, aversion to Society, Love of Solitude. Timidity, Sell Distrart, Dixxuiess, Head Ache? Involuntary Dwchi.rge^, I'aiu in Urn Side, Affection of th" Eye~, Pimples ou tiie Face, Sexual and other infirmities iu man. FROM THE FRENCH OF DR. B. DE LAKEY. The importMi tact that those alarming corn plaints msy easily be removed without Medicine ts, in pus small tract, eii arly demonstrated; end the entirely new and highly successful treatment, as adopted by the author, fully explained, by ineafis of which ev ery one is enabled to cure himself perfectly, and at the least possible co-t, avoiding thereby ai I Lie ad vrnLed nostru?i*< of the day. Sent tw any address, gratia, and po>t free in a sealed envelope, by remitting (poet paid) two pott age sta'iips to Dr. B. DELANEY, No. 17 Li^(*?nard street, New York. jan 17?3m ~MATEKsTATIOAL ISorBUM?^Io. MKS G. OH has r>oei?ed a Ur^e and c/>mpl*? urjfUait oi^aaJeU lustru msnoi aa 1 Drawiag Materia a of aap-rlor qnaitty The tilth inaticel lua jumsats are chiefly of 8 wlsa mai.Lf ctory in *a^a, m wsil as li atparat* pioces; Watsr oolora anl oil ojlora Drawing papers of ev ery qoai.ty. Ai o, S;adl<4 in Dr&wlag an 1 Painting. d?j ica-tf STG P*bd. avenue. PirrVaMd MAGAZINfei f<x March^ _ M FR^TOUa TAYLOR. MV-K DOCTOR HOOFLAND'S CELEBRATED ?trman Sitters, r*XPARH> BT DE. C. X. JACKSON, PMladV, Pa., WILL EFPBCTCAI.LT CURS LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAURDICR C\ron\c or Nervout Debility, Disease* of tkt Aidneyt, and all diteatee anting from a dit. **d*red Liver or Stomach. Such as l'oiutipa;iiH), in ward Piles, Fullness, or Blood to ihe H?a I, Ability of the Stomach, Nau sea, tieariburu. lit-gust for food, Fullness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sink ing or Fluttering at the Pit of the stomach, Swim ining of the Head, Hurrcd Mid difficult Breathing, Plu tering at the Heart, Cliofc ing or Suffocating Sensations when in a lying Posture, Dimness ol Vision, Dots of W> b? before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain iu the ilea l, Dcbcteucy of Perspiration, Yellownes* of the Skiu and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limb*, fcc., Suddtn Flu-h?s of Heat Burniug in the Flesh, Constant Imagiii intts of Evil, and great depression of Spirits. 1111E proprietor, iu Culling u?c .mention of the public to this prei?arauoi,dces ?o with a feel ing of the utmost confidence in its virtues aud adap tation to the diseases for which it is recommended It is no new and unuied article, hut one mat has ?toed the test of a ten years' trial before the Atuert can pcO|)le, and its leputation and sale Is unrivalled by ?uy similar preparation? extant. The testimony in its favor given by the mo?,l prom nent and well known Physicians and individual*, in a'l parts of the country is immense. Tne following from North Cailina is respectfully sub. iu C, referring any who may sull doubt, to tuy "Memorabilia," or Prac tical Receipt Hook lor Farmers and Families, to be had jratis. of a'l the Azems lor the German Bitters. Ptinctpal Office and Mai ufaolo'v, 140 si , Philadelphia, Pa. TESTIMONY FROM NORTH CAROLINA. Certificate of Dr. W. SmitJi, rtf Pine lint, Rich tnon.1 County, AT. C. Puis Hili, March 4th. 1864. Da. C. M. Jai kson, Philad Iphit?Dear Sir: I have been a subject of Dyspepsia, in its worst I rm, for the la^t rive years. Buc.i was my condition for twelve months that the physicians and all who saw me said I must die. While in this condition, I was carried to the watering places in Virginia, Tennes see aud North Carolina, tut wa* nei benefited hj any water to which I was taken. While on my way home, I stopped a week at llutherfordton, a small village in North Carolina, t? try the effect of some Chalybeate water in that place. About the last of the week, I went into ;t drug store to get sonic medicine for my eh Id and myseif. There were several of the vidace physicians in the store, and one of them seemed to tak> some interest in my case aud, after asking me some questions, ,<aid he had been a djspepttc. and *.id been greatly bene fitted by the u.*e of ?' Dr. HocfLuri'e German Bit ters," pn pared by y u, and he insisted that I would try the Bitter* He a!-o called :hc next day at my room, and ur-L-ted so much that I would try them that I a?ked h!m to get me one bottle. Me di I ft, and I commenced uihini it as directed, and I do sny [ was more benefitted by it than all the water and medicine I had ever takeu Alter reaching home one of my ceigliitors came to ine a prescription aud medicine, (he ad>spcp tic,) --tii 1 i iravo him nearly al! tli-j Bitters I had left, which effected much poo l in hi* case. He has often called on me for more of the sau;e k nd of uiedi ctt e. saying he was m ire benefitted by it than any lie had taken, but I have not been able to get any more f<?r him or niysell since; will you, there 'ore, please ship me a d-.zen or more as soon as pos sible. Respectfully y ura, W.SMITH. D. It. HOOKEit, Roger's ?mre, Wake Co., N. C-, October 24 1853, says (laving experienced very /reat benefit from the u?e of ?? Hootland's German Bitters,''in Chronic Dysentery ami functional de rangement of the Liver, nod its concomitant evils, 1 am desirous of obtaining a quantity of it for the bmefit of my community. Von will, therefore, please send a lot, &c. Sic. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J. AT WOOD. litxrsviLLK, Yadici* Co , N. C , Nov. 1st, 1653. Dt. C. M. Jackson?Dear Sir: Allow me to ex press to you my siiictre thsnks for jour discovery of a medicine which, to say the least of it, ha- ef fected a cure that all other tned cities, that I have taken, have entirely failed to ?io. "Iloofland's Ger man Bitters" bave cured me of the most stubborn and aggravated ease of the files that, perhaps, ever fell t? the lot of man My case is not a granger in ti is community, as I am well knowi in this and the urrounding counties, and can truly say that my re covery has astounds) all my friends and relations, as I had tried everything recommended, and nothing did me any go^d until I was prevailed upon to try the Bitters. You are it liberty to r-ake any use ol this communication, few the benefit of the afflicted, you may ti.iuk proper. Truly yours. WM. j. AT WOOD. These bitters ar>- entirely vegetable, they invi^oiate and strengthen the system, never pr**trate it, and can be u?ed for infants as wtil as adula. F- r s-le by respec'ahle deulers everywhere, and by 7.. D. OILMAN, Wa-hingon; J. L. KIDWBLL, Georgetown; and J. K. PlEKPONT, Alexandria. roar 1?ly fnarpiSLLips' COACH FACTORY^ #7 7 Kighth st, adjoining ruin?y's Ltrtrj Mab>s OWIN'J to ths iacreawd trid* whlsh a onerous putilr haa bestowed in-*, ; have been ccm oe>ieJ to erect a new and l*r.;er Lull ing tor ta* r-rrving on of rar busi-iess. H*ro I saall-b? *? ablod lo -zecute all ordi a eLtriirt^J t- will. g'??at r! <e-.l!ti?s and Jlspa'ob, and I wculd resoect ruky solicit a conunuanoe of the publl 'a pat -onmge. C*rri?g-s wo i Wsgons, of tl)* most mod-rn sty.e, built ol ihi be?t ra?ier.*is, and warranted to ctvr ?ausfacticn, ?.epairsol trsrj lewrip'.ion pc^o'.aally atteuiei to. Far s*'e, cheap, a aaeond-hacJ Clarence Ctrria,;-, nearlr ?o* r_ u SPLENDID RAFFLE.. WILL be Baffled for as soon as the requisite

number of Chances have been taken, the fol lowing splend d and cosily articles, viz: 1st Prize. One splendid gold Taper Weight, containing an Automaton Singing Bird and 8day Chronometer, mou beuutifully decorated and adorned with enamelled Paintings $1,600 '2d Prize. Oue Laity's Gold Watch, richly set with Diamonds aud Painting on Enamel... Kd 3d Prize. One Lady's Gold Watch, richly set with Diamonds, and Painting on Enamel.. . ]3j 4th Prize. One Gents Full Jeweled Patent Lever (with Compensator) poll Hunting Watch J0j 5th Prize. Lady's Gold Hunting Watch, splen didly chased. i....... (>0 Total value %-j,000 There will be Two Hundred Chances, at Ten Dollars each. The raffle will take place at Hilbus & Hitz' Mu sic Depot, Star Buildings, corner Pa. avenue and 11th street, w here Tickets can be procured and the aitKles are on exhibition Persons desirous of possessing some of the nio?t superb sru~lcs of workmanship ever exhibited, have now an opportunity offered tliein of obtaining such at an extremely low |Hicc. Call and examine Tor yourselves al i?ie Music De pot d HILBUS & HITZ, Star Buildings, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. in. and 6 p. m. feb 7?tf STE AM Eli GEO. PAGEI OR.iSGE 4- ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. 'I HE undersign?i having become proprietor* of 1 ;he large and commodious Steamer GEORGE PAGE, intend, by their efforts to accommodate the community travelling b?-'ween Waatiin'ton aud Alexandria, and the i cjities which L'iey offer for the transportation ol freight a:iJ the employment of none bat courteous ami gentleman ko officers and obliging servants, to merit u snare of the public pa tronage, and would respei^uiry call the attention ol mer hants and other citizlln of both places to the following schedule of prices at which their Boat will hereafter be run: Passengers 5 ceuts ; Bugxy wagon and one horae, 12^; Buggy wagon and anorx-s, 25 ; Horse and ri der, 12*4 ; Market wag n and I horse, 25 ; Market w agon r?uud trip 37^; Market wagon and 2 horses, 25; Market wa^on round trip37^; Drays 25; Drays round trip 37^; Hacks25; Hacks round trip 37^ ; Flour per barrel 5 cent*. And all other fieight in p opoition. Iu connection with this boa*, are Latham Si Cook line of Omnibuses. JOHN VAN R1SWICK,! p , RICH'D WALLACH, / 1 roP "? inarS 2w E. A. KVTHER, Captain. UNION ACADEMY. Corri'T of l\*urUe*Ui ti. and New York avenue. FXVY m rs pupils oan be received to make op the lini.ed number. A;piioati?n must b? made soon. Tba di-oi^hne, Instruction, ami means of illustration are such ?j to losare.tatlsfbettry pro gres in thoee vuplls who tie puaoCu*'., regular and obedlsnt. Clreulars at tke BooLstores. fee 30?3m Z. IdQW'*** A' Triascrt Drpartxritt, March 5,1835. Notice is hereby given to the hoidsrsof stock of the United State* descrii-ed in eke fol lowing notice of 3d January last, thai for the pur pose of completing the rurcbare *>f tlie amrurt therein named, this deportment Hill continue to purchs9e, upou the term* of raid notice, to the ex tent of the tesidue of the sum proposed not yet ob tained? ray $1,158,585 05, If said ttnek* are offered and received here prior to the first day of June net:: Treasury Dirimm, January- 3, l?5o. Notice is hereby given to the holders of the fol lowing demiribed stocks of the United State'*, that this department is prepared to pur> ha**, at nny tune between the date hereof and the l<t day of Mar.Mi n?*xt, portions of thoac stocks, amounting in the *;? ;re/*in to 91,900,000,tn the manner rtnd on die te ms hereinafter mentioned, to w it: In case of any contingent competition, within the amount stated, preference will be s veil in the order of time in which paid stock* may h*> offered. 'I'M-' certificates, du y aligned to the United 8t*tas by tlie p trues who arc to receive thu* amount t.iereof, ?nuat be transit itu-d to this dcpartin- lit; upon the receipt whereof, a prcc will be paid ' (impounded of tne following parti* ulars: 1. The pur valu*-,or ai inunt specified iii cach cer tificate. U A premium on the stock ot the loa*i authoriz d *?y the net of July, 1846, redeemable November 12, 1*56 of2\ percent.; on the stock ol' the loan an thorired by the act ot' 1812, redeemable 31st Decern ber, !088, of 10 per cent.; on the ?tr ek of the loan* authorized by the acts of 1017 and 1843, a d redeem able, the former on tli^ 31st December, 1667, and the intteron the 90th June, ISO"), of Id per cent; uwl on the stock of the loan authorised by the act of 1850, and redeemable on the 3!*t of December. 1864, (commonly called tlie Texan indemnity,) 6 per c lit. 3. Interest on the par of each certificate from the 1st cf Janutry, 1855, to the date of receipt and 6et tlemcnt at the Treasury, with the allowance (for the money to roach the owner) of?-?? day's interest in addition Payment for ?aid rtock* will tn:<d" in draft* of the Treasurer of the United 8tat?*s, on the a*rl*tmit treasurer at Kosl'tti, New York, Philadt Iphia, as the parties ??ray direct. But to certificate will be entitled to ihc benefit ct this notice which shall not be actually reeved at the Treasury o.i or before the saiii l*t dav W.March next. JAMF.S fJIJTHRI8. mar6?dtluntl Kecre ary ot the Treasury. PALMER'S PATENT LEG. TMIIS AMERICAN I N V F-NTI O .\ stands unrivalled both in thi?conntry and in Enrope. Iiis worn by 1,000 person*, and with most astonishing siicces*. In competition with 30 other lubMiiules of the be t trench, Eustoh, anil Gem-an manufacture, it received the award of tin? OSKXT MFDAL at tlie WogLD*S KlRlUI tion in London, as the best artificial limb known. In >liis country r has !<e-n thirty limes exhibited, in competition with all others, at the annual Fairs in the principal cities,and has,itieveiy instance, received the award of tlie huhc*t or firnt pietuiuni. And as a crowning honor, by the unanimous approval of ar? interna. tiona'. council, the "First Premium*'? oi ly Stiver given fur Ltielw?was award< d 111**inventor, at the New York t'rystal Palace. Pamphlets giving full Informs'i^n, v?-nt prntis io cvtry applicant. B. FRANK PALMER. 373 Chesnut street, Philadelphia. feb 28?3m MORE ABOUT LOCKS. JONEV ROTATING PERMUTATION PLATE LOCK, now commonly called the WORLD'S! FAiU LOCK. uithoiU key or k--y-hoie. is tlie Lock that secured the outer doors of the Herring Pate that contained <1.000 at the World's Fair, London, 185', it Iteiug necessary to unlock thi?< U-'or? other lock.* in the safe could be unlocked. All pnitrs intere-t?xl arc referred to the following noU; e : Tilt WORLD'S FAIR LOCK. NOTtCK. 1 have this day sold to Mew-r". PTLARNS fct MARVIN, Manufacturer* of WILDER'S Patent Salamander SAFEJ, New York, the Patent right of my ROTATING PERMUTATION PLATE LOCK, Commonly cali??i "JONES' ANTI-GUNPOWDER LOCK," or, "THE WORLD'S FAIR LO,K.? I The latter title was acquired in consequence of this Lock being pluced in a Safe at the World's I Fair, with 91,000 in the Safe, to tie the reward of | any person who could open the door. I The gold r<-m lined therein for a rcuoJ of for.> five days, whilst the vUilors pot lirtu of turiiiug the dials, with Mich jioor pro pe? t <if succe?s, the num ber of chance* being U4,3(K) 000. Bankers, Jewelers, and Merchant who desire to have these Locks uprm their dooi?, < an have them by applying to Stearns h. Marvin, No 140 Water street, who have the exclu-ive ri;ht to manufacture ?aid Locks in the United State*. HENRY C. JONES. Newark, N. J., January iiOtli, 1853. STEARNS k MARVIN, Scc.saoRs to Ricii k Co , 111 Si 146 Water st., .\. Y., THE ONLY MAK KS OF S A L A M AND E U SAFES, combining iVILDCR'.S anJ RICH PAT EN I'd. f. It. UOVV KLL, Agent. iiiar i - 1m t.'eorgetown, D. C. TILE LATE MR. MEADE'S PICTURE?. 'IIO BE RAFFLED FOR IV 300 CHANCES 1 AT ??? EACH. raiza no. 1 "St. Thomas of Vill nueva, giving Alms to the Poor," a copy of Munllo, by one of ins pupils and touched by that peal artisl?said to be equal to tbe original, cost $4,000. PRIZE 2. *' The adoration of the Wise Me# oi' the Eist," u genuine Murillo ; cost $3,(J0(i. raize 3. " Ilea:! of our Saviour," by Correggio; coet J! ,000. prizb 4. " Heed of the Blessed V'ugtn," by Ca.-reggio; co^t $1,000. Mr. 8. A. MATLACK is authorize.,! to receive subscriptions in this city, of w hom tickets may r>c obtained, or of Messrs. TAYLOR Sl MAURY. Ail mooev received on account of the Rafl!e will be deposited in Bank until lb? drawing takes place, which will be duly announced. >Vo?n the National Intriiigciuer. Articles similar to the annexed w?- have ob?erved in aevtral distant papers, contained in tbetr Wa*li iugton correspondence. Wc arc ^ad aa me. that s member of the family is will.n^ to di^t*?of a part of the rare collection of the lite Kirhqfd W. Meade, who, during his long residence in Spain,Jmd oppor tunnies, which his opulence enabled hina Hnndulge, for selecung many of the fineet p lintitfs in Spain? that treasure-hou^e of pictorial ncMw. Ibe dis turlied state of the country at the time, moreover, made it favorable lor obtaining many gems of art which would otherwise never have keen purcha*a hie. from (As Ho ion Chronule. Chi r o't'O-VKca or Art.?Several ehrf fiurrres of Munllo, Cdrreggio, and other mr.?t rs, which were brought from Spain during revolutionary times b.v tlie late R. VV M?ade, have elicited the adiiiiru'.ion of coonoisscurs during the pa.^1 w-' ek in the Rotundo of the Capitol. They are to be difi>o>.ed of for the benefit of a daughter of Mr. Meude, residing in New York, after an opportunity has been given to the public for an examination. feb 6- If SILVERWARE? AVERY pretty as?ortT?ent of Hiuer Lollee Sets, Piichers. Cobleis, Cup:, Cream*, and all kind* of Spoons and Forks, and a vaiiety of l'ancy Silver ware, suitable for presents, viz r Soup and Oymei Ladles, Crutnb Scrapers, h?h, pie and cake Knivcf, Cream and Sugar Spoony etc., is offered at Imv pti , ces, and warranted eterling. H. SEMKKN. No. 330 Pa. avenue, bet. &h and ai*. Jan 19 FAHCf GOODS, TEHyUMEBY, &c HUTCHINSON U, MUNRO, are now opening at the r ?lore, No. 310 Pa. avenue, a rpleiidni asuortuunt of GOODS, ui the above line, enuine rating in part as follows, viz : fine Cabas, Dreasing C*?t>, l'o te Mounaies, t ard Ca?*s, Jewell Roxes, Shell?, Shell Boxes, Jet Ornaments, Lubins', PivmV and other choice Extracts, Pomades. jup? ricr Hay Water, Cou.hs and Brushea in ?ri at Vuii<.ty, and in short everything to be usually toiind in a first elan Fancy Sio'p, and they cordially invite thjr fni-ndr and the public to mve them a call. Their Siore is the first door we^of Mef?i? liar l?er H. Co.'s, between Ninth and Tenth sla. mar S?tf PROSPERI'S CORNET BAND NO. 1 MH. FREDERICK PROSPER! Hp l?avc lo in form bis friends and forme.- patrou* that tins band has been fully re-organized and is i>ow und?r hfs direction, and lie ia tally prepared w.tli a bond of the most Scientific Musicians in tQe city, to Air niab music for Balls, raru^s, Parades, Pie Nics, Ex cursions, te., at tbe shortest notice poa?IMe, by ap KIm to FRBuERICK PROSPER!, Leader.CHA^. OSPER1, Conductor; HILBUS 3t HITZ'S Mu sic Depot, or at PETER TALTAVUL'S, opposite the Garrison, Garrison street. Navy Yard, feb 19?3m* EVENING STAR. BOWDYISK IHA.T7G0RATEO Und?r this he?d tho New York<J#ur nil or Commerce thus noticcs the funeral obseq ios of Poole, the Ute notorious bruiser: . The mortal remains of Bill Poole, the victim in the late brutal affray at Stan wix Hall, were intered yesterday after noon in Greenwood Cemetery. The event was made the occasion of a tremendous public demonstration, that could hardly hare been viewed by good citizens with other emotions than those of mortifica tion, pain, and apprehension. Krom his late residence in Christopher street to Broadway, and thence to the Battery presented one moving ma^sol humanity; windows and balconies weie crowded, a* were many house tope. Without dan ger of exaggeration, it iniy be said that a larger concourse of citizens has rarely assembled, in honor of any individual however eminent for intellectual or other acquirements, or distinguished for public services. r To our mind, the spectacle was darklv portentous. It not only foreshadows the subversion of Sabbath institutions, bu? evils it would be unwise to predict. ]t formed one ol the series of rapidly occur ing circumstances serving to indicate the existence of doep feelings of sectarian animosity among Urge classes. Tho street preaching excitement, the Gavazzi nots, the attacks on civic and religiou processions, and existing religio-politico organizations, are manifestation of the same character. Poole was a prominent man among a certain class ol " American," (anti-Cath c) Allies, pugihsts, &c., confederate ! in antagonism with an - Irish" (Catho lie) paity, ol much the same description, and be ween whom there has exiited a deadly ieud. He is row a victim to the cause he so unwisely espoused. Tht present state of the popular mind aftbtd* abundant materials for sympathy - he is a martyr to American liberty, and got.s to the grave enshrouded in the national i I hese fac.s serve to explain th< extraordinaryspcciacle referred to, which, jit appears, then, was not a manifestation of regard for any personal qualities the deceased may have possessed, so much as an expression of so-called popular ten tuiciU in favor of Americanism. 'Ihi peculiarities of the ca*t demand the mo:e loudly that the law, as concerning the accessories to the death of Poole, should be sternly vindicated, and all retaliatory measures forestalled. Poole was a member of the Order of United Americans. There were over u hundred carriages in the ptocession. No disturbioce occurred. This is the sequti to the affair betwecii Poole and Morrissey at the foot of Amos street a few months ago. L1-A7H Of A UI3?iC. Oa Saturday, Hannah Hall, a spinster, aged It, distinguished by her miserly raZ*""1 her miserabl? career at. Sheffield, leaving to the Girl's Charity ?oftha5 toWD between ?5,000 and *0,000 pounds, amassed by a life of nen W- ahout which time btr father died, she received a legacy of .?100 under her grandfathers will. It wax immediately after the acquisition of this sum of money that Miss Hall first mani fested those penurious habits, for which her subsequent life was remarkab'e Her penury led her thus early iQ her career to diseard soap as an unnecessary ap pendage of her toilet and she boasted that she had not used any for 30 \ ears JfLOD y, i?corne was the i'-terest ou ?100, aud her only earnings by making farm laborer's smock frocks, but she con trived rot only to live out of this, but to save money. In conncction with another woman, she commenced a system of lend ing money out at interest, through the medium of Guinea Clubs, and this proved so profitable that in five or six years she was able to sommeuce lending on mort gage ol small lots of cottage property. 1 he shutters or the lower rooms of her house were barricaded and she lived alone in the garret a miserable and wretched life, but every year increasing her habits of penury and hoard of wealth Coals she never bought, and frequently she sat for days together, in the depth of winter, without fire. Mi?s Hall,although she would literally starve herself to death, rather than part with her money, had no objection to a good dinner at any other person's expense, ad during the last ten or fifteen years of her life, she followed out a system by which she se cured herself a good dinner and tea every day m the week, except Sunday, free ol charge, i his class of friends she pro pitiated by promises to remember them in her will, 'lo none of these persons, however, has she left more ?lo Her attire was a " thing of shred3 and patches On her feet she usually wore a pair of cast-off man's boots/which were tied round her ancles with strings She had woin one bonnet for thirty years. Summer or winter she wore pattens and carried an umbrella. Her habits were very liltby. On a search being made at the house of the deceased, three wills were discovered, all in her own hand wiiting, and another drawn up by a so licitor in 1849, in all of which she left her property to the charity school. There wero also found mortgage deeds?Mid land Railway shares, debenture bonds of the Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincoln shire Railway, and bankers' deposit notes: in all amounting to ?4,400. It is bt lieved by those w^o knew her, that it will ultimately be found that she died woith from ?6,000 to ?7,000. These securities were found secreted in bundles ol rags, tied up in old thirts, and some of the more portable ones, 6uch as the bank deposite notes, were packed away in pieces of rags, inside old shoes &c In one box she had accumulated between fifty and sixty pieces of soap of different kinds, evidently the contributions of friends anxious for her sanity improve ment. The interment look place at St. Phillip's Church, and drew together some thousands of peop e. ? London Times, i p.i 11 Grsnough's Franki in?In ibe last number of the Crayon we find the follow ing notice of a statue, noir under the hands of the artist: "R. S. Grenough's Franklin is nearly completed, and will be sent to the foun dry in two or three weeks. It is a noble work, unaffected and thoroughly full of common sense. This is a quality not by any means so usual in modern art as men might suppose in these practical timer;. I believe, indeed, it is the rareat of all artistic traits. To take a just and mat ter-of-fact view of a man who has passed through the process of apotheosis which we send our heroes and aages through as much as the ancients ever did, it not by any means easy to any but a philosopher. This Grenough has proved himself to be by the standard of his Franklia. The kead is grand, thoughtful piece of charac ter, and worthy of Franklin if be was all the sage and politician our traditions make him. The figure is of colossal size, and is represented in his actual costume, with his right band testing on a cane, and his Uft holding the cocked hat. The draperies are unobtrusively, yet faithful ly realized. The head is thrown slightly forward, looking on the ground and in rev cry, expressing subtly the real cha racter of the man?shrewd, thoughtful, profound, indeed, yet essentially material in all his ideas. Franklin could not have been himself with his head thrown back looking to the heavens, or with his eye forward for action?he had neither faith nor herdism, but simply wit and intellectual force. This is expressed by the statue, which impresses me as a whole as one of those rate things?a genuine work of art?the realization of an idea." ADepinitk Conclusion*.?Noah B w*s unfortunate enough in his old age, to become addicted to rather strong po tatiors, aud when under the influence of spin La was more than usually religious. Now, one Saturday afternoon, baking day, his wife, who was a very industrious old lady, and in every way a model hou-e wife, asked Noah to go out in the yard, and split some wood to heat the oven with Noah concluded before he set about it to go to the tavern and "im bibe," whereby, of course, the baking was neglected. Coming back in a short time and utterly obvioun of his good wife's re quest, he seated himself in the old chair which, like him, age had made tottering in the legs, and somewhat weak in the back. "Wife," said he "do you think the Lord in his goodness (hie) kin send us all iuto fireeverlastin? ' No answer from his wife. "Wife, kin the Lord intend to burn us all in fire everlastin?" Mrs. B by this time was quite incenscd at her hus band's questions, but still no answer. "Wife, (hie) do you think the L">rd means (hie) to burn us all in fire everlas tin?1 This was more than human pa tience could endure, and she couldn't hold her torgue any longer; she'd speak out if ?he died for it. "No! yer old fool yer! not iJ he waifs for you to split the tcood!" Curious Facts Concsrnimg Dtspkp sia.?The eflk-ct of mental disquietude in producing this prevalmt complaint is far greater than is supposed. It is well known that persons in good health, of sound digestive organs, who take plenty of exercise, and are free from anxiety, may cat almost anything, and in quanti ties which would kill those in different circumstance. In reference to this point Dr. Brigham, an English medical writer, observes: "Wedo not find dyspepsia prevalent in countries where the people eat enormously. Travelers in Siberia say that the people there often eat forty rounds of food in one day. Admiral SeripcholTsaw a Siberian eat directly af ter breakfast, twenty-five pounds of boil ed rice, with three pounds of butter. But dyspepsia is not a common disease in Si beria.. We do not learn from Captain Perry or from Captain Lyon, the Artie travelers, that their friends, the Esqui maux, are very nervous or dyspeptic, though they individually cat ten or twelve pounds of solid food per day, washing it down with a grllon or so of train oil. Captain Lyon, was to be sure, a little concerned for a delicate young lady Es quimaux, who ate her candles, wicksand all, yet he does not allude to her inability to digest them. Waking a Congregation.?A clergy man in a neighboring city, a few Sun days 6ince, while preaching a very cle quentsermon on our 'national privileges.' he observed some of the elder portion of the congregation "napping," and ad dressed them in tones of thunder in the following manner: "You may wake up when the grave of American liberty is dug and her funeral oration has been pronounced! You may wake up when the Genius of Columbia has taken her flight to some other land! You may wake up when the sun of free dom has gone down, and darkness covers our once bright and beautiful country! Be careful, or you may wake up when it is too late! too late! too late! The die is cast, the nation is dead?every star in the galaxy of liberty is extinguished?and the stars and stripes we have teoked on with wonder, delight and and joy, no lon ger wave, but lie torn and rent in pieces! Such is the fate of tnis nation, unless the people wake up to the protection of their rights. Thecnildislisteningtomy voice tCMlay, who, unless there is a waking up will live to see America wrapped in her winding sheet, and t/rants holding a ju bilee over a fallen Republic." Strawberry julepa art among ?he luxuries they were Indulging in at NtW Orleans last week.