Newspaper of Evening Star, March 27, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated March 27, 1855 Page 1
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THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERT AFTERNOON, (JULCEPT SUNDAY.) At the Star Building. corner Pennsylvania avenue and Eleventh street, By W. D. WALLACE, Will be served to mihacribers in the cities of Wash ington Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at 81X AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the A?enta. To mail aubaenbers the subscription price ia THREE DOLLARS AND riFTY CENTS a year In airanca, TWO DO.L LARS for 8IX MONTHS, and ONE" DOLLAR frw THREE MONTHS. {fe^-Sisot.t cons* om CSHT. VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, MARCH 27. 1855 NO. 695. SC?> 0 1 - , . . ??.?? ...M*. ...I... .*???????????..?* ?? ^ ^ nty rto..i.H..ww?m.? ..??*. .15 OI^Cau, utTiiiiiu nt man. 0(7" Single capias (in wrapper*) can b?* procured at the coualir, unaacdi?M> after ih* ?*us wl IDm paper. Pricc?Tnaaa ccirra. PoaiM4STKM who act a? agent* will be allow J a e#Mnmiaeion/>f tw^rt) prr ewt. r uAnriKD SPANISH MIXTURE. P-"?? ?' tk. Blosd . Mot * Particle of Marcary la It! Rkiikdt far Bm-pfuia, Bin*'. mi KK?' CutnneoVSKJaSS oS^lk SfSKS th* ^ ?o!Ls ?#2i * i Rln? Worn or Totter, Scald JaSi.?wl r4in0f the Bon* and Join Stubborn, Syphilitic Disorder*. LomSa<o. Spinal ComplanU, and all the diseaaf* Sft uaa of Mar^ury, Im prod .o<* in Ufo, ? Impurity of the Blood. M*dWne, ihith bu become cale* .-4 for th? numbar of .xtmordinarr cut**. We*id throogh its agency, fern indaned th? propri ?t the urg-nt rwjaeat of their friend., L ^.p^r?^kb a?* d? ^ oo" 1wonderful curative pro?! 2L <*rtlBcateat 'elected from a mS!T?? ' ?*?? stronger testimony th?n the mare word of the proprietors; and are *11 *?? ^eman *?? ^wn ii their licS5J!^S to ?; *322% " ?*? ****i B*Ih wf *** **ch?ng? Hotel, Rich lein. ceiled Citrn ? Anna Mixrtnu, alminiatered to or#r a hundred caaea, in nearly all the disease* bilriT *i!?d,IS^l^n?H,el, .? th* m90t "*>* a*rT ??dWn? he has^r seen. *** '?0* **' AGUB AND FEVER?GREAT CURB.?I h?r?l,v that for thre- years I had Ague?dfjS of th. moft violent deiription. I hSse"Vpb7 .SET twJ, and I better* all the Tonics adrartisad, bat ail with 2LE??S!?l At ^ I tried Onrti?. Spanish Mlxtura, two bottles of Which eff^tuaUy L1" h*PPT to ?71 have had neither ehflU or foran? rince. I consider it the beet Tonk In this world, and tha only medicine that ?rer t.. v ,0HN WNGDRN. Burn Drrcc, near Richmond, Va. 0. B. LUCK, Req., now in the city of RiohmAnl and for many year, in the Po-t Ofeoa, ha. each etnUenos in the astonishing efficacy of C&rter"? bxu-^OhJ^hl ?? ThM b0a-ht apw^ of * EotU-^wturh he has girrn away to the aHicted.? Mr. book says ??e ha. never knows it to (all whan taken acceding to directions. Dr. MIXGB. a prirtfcln* rhyddan and fomtrii ^*^ty Uotelfin th.dty of EEm^STim !y.' f ?11*.*? I :,uab?r of instances ta? effects ol Over^ SpanUh Iflxtara, which were most truly rirprtatog. Ha aaysIn a eaae of Oonsnmption, dX ^rrcl^ndeed16 r' *??^ war. won lf!i27uk!b P?*"*. <*?ka firm of Drinker A W*B cur** pared of Lifer Com fiaint afttoeTaar. .tanllng, ty the use cf two ?"?*r"^r ? 9pani-h Mixture. .k b?wTCUR" ?* ?CROFULA -Tha Bdltors of Q^p?ibli?an h d a servant employed hSfUSnZZ* of'^^nt SorofuLa, oom ri .rir.Til t>#a?*Llsm, whioh entirely disabled TrL^tU? o1 Carters OpmKab Mixtnra made a perfrct cnre of him, aid the iidi SildVJT?! ?T th*7 'Cheerfully recwn thTbloU" affliod with any disease of *nLL 1A-\9TI,BR CTJBa 0f MROfULA.?I h?d 2 7 cnred o' Scrofula by Carter> Kpankh Miztnre. I oonsil*r ic truly a Talaabie tt'ticin*. JAMB8 SI TAYLOR, ConinctOT o"ht R. '? *0*1 P- R. R. Co.. Richmond, Va. ?ALT RHEUM Of TWKN'TY YlLiS^ STANDING CU ?.KD Mr. JOHN THOMPSON, residing in the dty ol ItatMA. waa cared by thre. bottles of Carter'. Miatura, of Salt Rheum, which he had tor J-** ,3d which 411 Pbys dan. s. tha eoc.l not cure. Mr. Thompson is a well ta*w?^?->haatin the dty of Richmondf and hi* Is nvt rra<arkabie. - J* VSA.01' Wcllaond ? serrant ?* in tha worst form, by Ctta^e FpauUh Mixture. II-j days he cheerfully recrn nj^nds it, and oonsUars it a *ery inralu*l>ia mail BD wiH BURTON, ronaimlontr of the rsTenue, y. M#n I00*1 effects of Carter's Spanish Mlatnre In a number of gyphiliUc easea, and says it to ft ptrf^ct wr* fr'T Horrible s ?? JJARWOOD, af Richmond, cared of old ^op** ?d Ul-ser., which dieable-1 bin fr?m w.lklnj. *-^T Carter's Spanish Mixture, and ? II?. * "*?*?ln?*to" CW8? * riIi?kijrtu>rT 4 msi-!<c-1U ??? _ * tuss, No. ltt UM, Btek. K<nkle Vi, ^ by CHARLES STOTT, Washington ?i s?ij ? Alexandria, and by Druggiett Price $1 per bottle, or six bottles for iSc ?ep 21?ly ^ Privato Mod ical Treatiom PHYSIOLOOIOAL Vli" Of MARRIAGB, * B- fAoao,*? *? *>.? _ J ALBANY, N Y. "**** *a<l '*? Pine Plain and OokreJ Litho graphs ond Plates. ?*,y *a Camta. -? mvix-a? H?- Cf postage to all part. 0f the Union'Va CHEAPEST BOOK EYER PUB1.1JJI1ED, and containing ??"*ly d ub!? the quantity oi ? at tar in that of the FI*nr CENTS OR DOLLAB PULLICATIOJ*r. It treat, on the PHYSIOLO GY OP MARRIAGE, and tha 9?cret Lflrmitieeacd Jiaorder of youth and maturity, re suming from excecata, which destroy the physical end man _ , tal powers, with obeerrationa ?a rnimty, it. intiee aod dlsqnaiifl^ation^ and H?*"rf>s, iilnatraung the a^f^7 phTaiology, and diaea... of the repro n{ h<*b s^xea, their structure, nsee ?nd functions. A popular and oomprah*niire tre^ gw aotha dndaa and camnlMaai f thiV and mar ~ 1 f*Th*PT7 sod !mitiul a)'?w?a, mode cf se 22SM?? ?fafoPatPOj +-a tnfei-tfle one* their 'aTK>rtint hi Ota to tbo ^nuaap*a*l>^ amtrtarcy. that will overwme cb '-C^r?T 10 lt ; n,>Q9' should take this im P^rtant ? ep w^'hout Cttt consulting its n?9?? ermmentarl-w on t\v- aiseoae. and medical treatment L"'*nr7 to old a*e, ea-? rase graph k^iy UiMm by beautifal lllhographic vfaias? it. ??r ^5K7h, .^SS: r* "t?pla, ?afo tod effect cal, that failure is 5C2^-nii<e for d4U7 ?anag-mant-an ^?liniiMtamiian with prxcUoal ohserratlons on I and more vucceasfUi rar-le of treatment?nr^ Pt th# from.mpiri ?? "5 KlH?| from _udi?:;^Uon, with plain and dmpie rulea by which ?ilpsr?Daean cure thamsoi? without mer^,ry~ ?jweitiee for thnee mU infllctad miaeriee and disap fluted henaa so nnfortuu.tely pr-yalent in th? !? fWrV^ Jioae oont^mpUtijg marring. It. perusal ia par % Ocularly raoomRi?ndrd to person. ?ntertairlc< ne -rat d<*abta of tb?dr a>ysic?l conditian, and whn are xinsiaaw of Baring haaard*d the health, hopplnem ?odpriTl.agaj to which erery human teiag U en 1^4 (O. Priee U easts par copy, or ftre eoples for one dol flrta of ^stage to any part of tha Uci ol rtfttm. N. R?Thnaa who pre for may consult Dr La Caoa ?pee any of the Has as is upon whioh his book treats ?thw*jaraonaliy or by mall. Medicine scat to sny ?* ^ Union .ccording to dtraetion., safolj P***d and earafoliy accurad from all obaerratton. -.^mLDr M- 8 L4 CROIX, No tl Maiden Las. ?r to* om* Box 67?, Alhanr. N. Y. a.*r fr*"n ? a u to 9 p n, and on Btaday from I uattl 6 pm. . 0?" Rs*o*id from No. M Bearer it, i T L*?*? Albany, N. T. MARTIN'S UNRIVALLED G U IT AIW.?Threo of theae Miperb miUumenU are now on exiu t.non tor a limited period, ai our Mu.ic Store. Tha cbarmins beauty ol iheu tone rlicita the universal ^nooauum. of ProfeeMr* and Amatenr*. IIILBUS A H1TZ, inar )1 Sole .Agent.. LOOK HIRE!!! IfURK BOUNTY LAND TO JILL who .erred ill in *?t war Mnce 1790, whether a. Officers HoMicra, Sailor*. Manae., Clerlt?, Indians, C'hap *jn?, Wagon Mistrrs, Teamatvrn, Landsman, (or widow, or tumor children) who have not yri icceired fuH 180 acres, and hare be**n in wrrice H : >y., will do wall tc write to us.po?<pat^, and then L.nd Warranu will be forwarded to them for the *U>v? quantity, and no **" r.*im A|?ntV Office, oppuKit** fT. S. Treaiiiiry, W.i?itiua??><? <*?ijr. I> I.' rnsrC?Sm VLLITMAAtiVHl vm .ot iter City Shoni'i sr> l!uin?r> Cat a'^. i i> !>*??. nation of Powell's great Picture ? <*u? oi the Lurloatues of Uie Paten! office *b ?-dm* DOCTOR HOOF LAND'S cellfcHated (German Bitters, niCPlKID BT DH. C. M. JACKSON, PkiladV, t*., WILL EFFECTUALLY CURE LIVER C0MPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICE, Chronic or Hervout Debility, Di$tatt of tXs Kid**., and all < /Zm /& ?rdtrwd Liver or Stommck, Such u Constipation, Inward Piles, Fill I new, or Blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nau ?ea, Heartburn, Disgust for food, Fallues* or weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sink ing or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swim ming of the Head, Hurried and difficult Breathing, j Pluttering at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sen?ations when in a lying Posture, Dimness ol Vision, Dots of Webs before the Sight, Fever and ? Dull Pain in the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, J Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the | Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, fee., Sudden Flushes of Heat Burning in the Fleah, Constant Imagin inn of Evil, and great depression of Spirits. THE proprietor, in calling tn? attention of the public to this preparation, does so with a fuel ing of the utmost confidence in its virtues and adap tation to the diseases for which it ta recommended It is no new and nntried article, but one that has stoad the test of a ten years' trial before the Amen can poopte, and its reputation and sale is unrivalled bj 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 Cai<>lina is respectfully sub.i.itl-d, 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 Agent* lor the German Bitters. , Principal Office and Manufactory, 130 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. TESTIMONY FROM NORTH CAROLINA. Certificate of Dr. TV. Smith, qf Pine Hill, Rich?] mond County, N. C. Pine Hill, March 4th, 1854. Dr. C. M. Jackson, I''lphu?Dear Sir: I have been a subject of Dyspuptia, in its worst f rm, for the last five years. Such 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, 1 wanes see and North Carolina, hut wa? not benefited by any watet to which I was taken. While on my way boarfe, I stopped a week at Rutherfordton, a small village in North Carolina, ta try the effect ??f some Chalybeate water in that place. About the last of the week, I wont into a drug store to get some medicine fur my child and myself. There were several of the village physicians in the store, and one of them seemed to take some 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 44 Dr. Hooflind's German Bit ters," prepared by y a, and ho insisted that I would . try the Bitt-r* He also called the next day at iny | room, and insisted so much that I would try them that I asked him to get me one bottle. He did it, and I commenced taking it as directed, and f do say I was more benefitted by it than all the water and medicine I had ever taken. After reaching home one of my neighltors came to me for a prescription and medicine, (he a dyspep tic, ) and i gnve him nearly all the Bitters I had left, which effected much good in his case. He has oft? n called on me for more of the snnie kmd of medi cine, saying he wm 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 yon, there Core, please ship me a doxen or more as soon as pos sible. Respectfully your*, W.SMITH. D. R. HOOKER, Roger's Store, Wake (Jo., N. C-, O.-tober 24.1853, says:?4 Having experienced very great benefit frocu the use of" Hoofland's German Bitters,*' in Chronic Dysentery and functional de rangement of the Liver, and its concomitant evils, I am desirous of obtaining a Quantity of it for the benefit of my community. You will, therefore, please send a lot, fee. Sic. CERriFICATE OF WM. J. ATWOOD. HrirrsviLLB, Yadkin Co , N. fj ,Nov. 1st, 1853. Dr.C. M. Jackson?Dear Sir: Allow me to ex press to you my sincere thanks for your discovery of a medicine which, to say the least of it, ha? ef fected a cure that all other medicines, that 1 have taken, have entirely failed to ?lo. "Hoofland's Ger man Bitters" have eured me of tha most stubbotn and p;gravated case of the rtLia that, perhaps, ever fell to the lot of man My case is not a granger in trits community, as I am well known in this and the ^rmunding counties, and can truly sav that my re covery has astounded all my friends and relations, as I had tried everything recommended, and nothing did me any gr?->d until I was prevailed upon to try the Bitters. You are at liberty to nake any use of this communication, for the benefit of the afflicted, you may think proper. Truly yours, WM. J. ATWOOD. These bitters ar* entirely vegetable, they invigorate and strengthen the system, never prostrate it, and can be used for infants as well as adults. Fm sals by respectable dealers everywhere, and by Z. D. GILMAN, Washington; J. L. KIIHVLLL, Georgetown; and J. R. PIERPONT, Alexandria, mar 1?ly ? ~T. H. PHILLIPS' COACH FACTORY. 4177 Eighth st, adjoining hain-y's Livery 8tables OWING to the increased trads which a generous publi" has bestowed upon m?,l hare been com pelled to erect a new and larger building for the o?rryipg on of my business. n*re I shall b^ en abled to .-xeciite all orders entrusted t- mi wift greeter facilities and dispaRsh, and I would r?;>fct rufey solicit a continuance of the publi-'s patronage. Carriages an 1 Wagons, of th? moat mod*rn style, built of the best materials, and warranted to givf satisfaction, repairs ol every 1-scrip'.ion punctually attended to. Por sale, cheap, % second-hand Olarenoe Capiat, j nearly new fee 26-II PALMER S PATENT LEG. ri'HI3 AMERICAN INVENTION X stands unrivalled bath in this country and in Europe. It is worn by 1,000 persons, and with most astonishing success. In competition with 30 other substitutes of the best trench, English, and German manufacture, it received the award of the sib at mkdal at the Wori.d's Exuiai tiok in Lokdom, as the best artificial limb known. In this country it has been thirty tiuiea exhibited, in competition with all others, at the annual Fairs in the principal cities, and hB6, in every instance, received the award of the highest or first pieimuui. And as a crowning honor, by the unanimous approval of an interna tional council, the "First Premium"? only Silver Medal given for Limbs?was awarded the inventor, at the New York Crystal Palace. Pamphlet* giving full information, sent gratis to every applicant. B. FRANK PALMER, 375 Cheenut street, Philadelphia. fcb -Jri-am PROSPERI'S CORNET BAND NO. 1 MR. FREDERICK PROSPER1 begs leave to in form his friends and former patrons that this band has been fully re-organized and is now under bis direction, aud he is fully prepared w.tfl a band of the most Sdfefitific Musicians in the city, to fur nish music for Balls, Parties, Parades, Pic Nics, Ex cursions, lie , at the shorted notice possible, by ap iug to FREDERICK PROSPERI, Leadcr.CHAttf PERI. Conductor; HILPUS fc HITZ'S Mu sic Depoi, or at PETER TAl.TAVUL'8, opposite the (?vpaQiL Garrison street, Navy Yard, feb l&mf' A RARE CHANCE FOR A MAGNIFICENT PI ANO.?We have on exhibition at the Fair at the Siuitlisoman Institute, four superb PIANOS, which were made expressly for th s lair snd may be relied upon as superior instruments. We will dis pose of tnem upon very reasonable terms, give any reasonable time on them, divide the payments into small notes, in fact, make any reasonable arrange ments to suit purchasers We have also on hand ia store the largest and most reliahla as ortmeut of Pianos ever offered in this city, from the renowned manuf ctortes of Hal let, Davis, fc Co.,Boston,and Bacon h. R^ven, New York. * Old Pianos taken in exchange. New Ma|tc apd an assortment of eyery article pe'nxn.0,10 |M imwc F ELLIgi 306 Penna. avenue, near Tenth street. mar 13?if - FANCY MILLINERY. MIS8 AMELIA PRIBRAM an-i Iter have opened a FANCY MILLIN-I ERYSTuREon Pennsylvania ave-1 _ nue, between Tenth and Eleventh r , meets, south si le, No. 977, and would respecuul ly rail the attention of the ladies of W ashington ane vicinity to their handsome and varied assortment 01 imported and manufactured Milhpery, latest New Yo k, Paris, an I LoadorfTasbions ol Straw, Silx. ('tap*, Ln -e, V? Ivet and other Bonr.^s. Ann, j dress and oilier Caps A.I orders in the Mdiiuery lint liiauklully received and Jailhfuliy attended to, (Ml 9?1** Triaritkt Dkpartvrnt, March 5,185*. N?.HEJ8k C^VEN to the holder*of r Vluied 8uie* descrioed in the fol _,? , J?n?ary >??, that for the pur ISLf che Purchase of the amount mirrhlL. ? '.?H"* d'P*rt"ent will continue to ^k* UP?"Jterms of said notice, to the ex 1 ?^the mm proposed not yet ob tained- say $ 1^56,585 05, if said stocks are offered and received here prior to the first day of June next; Vrt.iJT*1.4" V DErA*T**HT, January 3.1855. Notice is hereby given to the holders of the fol lowni| described stocks of the United 8tates, that is PfeP*red to purchase, at any time between the date hereof and the 1st day of March n*xt, portions of those stocks, amounting in the a* pegate to $1 900,000, in the manner and on the to ms hereinafter mentioned, to wit: amount.,fJ5?y c?,tiB?cnl competition, within the oFE iT&fi+V"' 7'" 50 * Ttr''he order nprtVfi!... ^h ch 8ajd *<**? mar ?>? offered. Tin; certificates, duly assigned to the United States bv the Pities who are to receive the amount tirereof ri^n^wha,!!S,M*dit0 ^ department; upon the' m * p cc wi" ^ Pairf compounded I of the following particulars: ^ tiflca?6 ^ ValUe'?r a,"ount ?P?ctftedin each cer * * preminiB on the stoek of the loan authoriz d f' M6' redWfna'>le November 12, .? ' a u* P^f cent-; on lhe *oc* of the loan au h^frtM-rm of 18*2? redeemable 31st Decem -.?i I ccnt-; on lhe "nek ?>f the loans authorised by the acts of 1847 and 1W8, a id redeem able the former on the 31st December, 1867, and the latter on the 30th June, 1868, of 15 per cent; lo#n auth?rixed by the aet 0*1850, and redeemable on the 3*?t of December, 1?4, (commonly called the Texan indemnity,) i p6r cent. " i J,-J?'ere8t on, I**? Par of Mch certificate from the 1st c.f Janmry, 1855, to the date of receipt and set tlement at the Treasury, with the allowance (for the money to reach the owner) of one day's interest in addition. *?*??* fof ,aid stock* will be made in drafts of the Treasurer of the Unicd States, on the assistant treasurer at Boston, New York, Philadelphia, as the parties may direct. But to certificate will be entitled to the benefit ol UimihKicc which shall not be actually received at the Treasury on or before the said 1st day of March next- . . , JAMES GUTHRIE, niarB?dtJunel Sccre'ary of the Treasury. Notice to flutih ra._EisE.\ brandt's superior Premium Diasonic Flutes and Cla'ion ettes will be on exhibition and for sale for a few days at HILBUS fc HITZ'S Music Depot mar 19 REpviEHi!!lL'ana,,'vn' pastor of the EXETER STREET, M. E. CHURCH A strong desire to benefit the afflicted indnces him thus to cerufy. We chal cnge any other medicine to present sach a mass of testimony from gentlemen and ladies of high standing of our own well-known "U"n?- who cures of COUGH, BRON CHIT IS, RHEUMATISM. DYSPEPSIA, &c m. Baltiiiork, January 24th, 1855. Messrt. Mortimer \ Mowbray; I tako pleasure in sa>ing to you that I have used your "Hampton's Tincture" with very great profit. From a serious t.iroat affection, my general health had become very much impaired, when I com menced to use ?? Hampton's Tincturc." I found it* effects upou my general health most salutarv My nervoui system and digestive organs soon riifht- i ed up under its use. * I have several time* recommended it to my friends, and in every case, as far as I have been in funned, they have use it with success. Yours truly, John Lam^iiar, Pa?tor Of Exeter st., M. E. ChOrch, Baltimore. BLEEDING OFTIIE LUNGS. tr ? ^ . "AL?e"? C., Feb. 8, 1855. Me**rt. Mortimer 4 Movyhrny: I do here <y certify that about twelve months ago l was taken with a severe hemorrhage of the Lunas and had four attacks of it I was advi-cd to try Dr. Hampton's Vegetable Tinctur*, I procured one bottle, and after taking which, f was satisfied that I was much better; and that, afier taking the f.mrth bottle, I was entirely well, and now I enjoy ns good health as ever I did in my life. I can, and do, with out the least hesitation, recommcnd the Tincture to allpersons afflicted in my way. Yours, Gio. W. WiiiuTi CURE PITS-READ! More to the Sick tkqn QoUt.- -From one of the most respectable Drutgist* in South Carolina. Lhahustoh, 8. C. Hept. 21,1853. Messrs. Mortimer & Mowbiat:-The sale your Hampton's Vegetable Tincture is increasing every day, and every bottle sold recommends this ?alua le medicine to the .ifflicted. Several of our planters have tried it in different cases with aston ishing success, and are getting It by half dozens. It has hern found to be the greatest remedy for rheu matic affections, and a wonderful cure ha* been performed on a negro boy, suffering from Fits. I will furnish you with a number of certificates if vou wish them I am, gentlemen, yours, W. O. Trott. Call and get pamphlets gratis, and see currs of Cough, Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Dys Cpsia, Nervousness and General Weakness. As a nale medicine or for dchcate children we believe it un< quailed. Sold by MORTIMER h. MOWBRAY, HO Balti more street, Baltimore, and 304 Broadway, N. York Chas. Htott & Co., J. B. Moors, D. B. Clark*. Clarke h Bowum, W. Elliot, and II McPhrr bok, Washington ; also, by R. 8. F. Ci set, Geo:Se town ; and C. C. Berry, Alexandria, and by Drug gists everywhere. fcb UTAtches, Vt jewelrv, SILVERWARE, PEARLS, DIAMONDS, FANCY GOODS, fcc. kc. At extremely LOW PRICES, by CANFIELD, BRO. & CO., 339 Baltimore street, Baltimore, Md. mar 14-tr DlcAPNBSS Cl)RBD<?The following it taken from Scott's Weekly:

DEAFNESS.?We understand that the success which has followed the use of SCARPA'S ACOUS TIC OIL, in cases of Deafness, has been aotonish ing, thousands of persons i aving been cured, whose cases were considered hopeless. The calls for this medicine are from all parts of the country, it being, we believe, the only article before the public for the cure of that distressing disease. Be particular and buy of 2. D. OILMAN, Wash ington, D. C., and 8 8. HANCE, Baltimore, Md.,as there is a counterfeit article in tue market. feb 38?Vm STEWART'S SKYLIGHT DAGUERREAN D Rooms, over Gait's Jewelry Store, Pa. avenue, is where the public can have splendid pictures taken at more reasonable prices than at any other room in the city. Call early. Satisfaction always given. mar 7?lm UNION ACADEMY. Corner of fburUenih tl. and Jfew York avenue. A FEW mors pupils ean bs received to make up the United number. Application must be made soon. The discipline, instruction, and mean of illustration are such as to Insure satisfactory pro gress ia those mpila who axe punctual, regular and obedient. Olrmlars at the Bookstores. dec 30?3m Z. UIOH""? ?>-<.??? CHARLES IIASKINS, Architect. CPa. avenue, between Tenth and Eleventh ttrceU,) U ASHINSTON, D. C. WILL continue to furuuhPlans, detail workint Diawmgs, mid specJHteiqM of buildings <X every description,and also to'AipdTntsnd tfcur . roc t** fi.h 1? . TABLE CUTLERY, ALBATA FORKS AND SPOONS, lie Jl,"T received a large assortment of superior Ta ble Cutlery of every variety. Also, every st7le of the finest quality ALBATA fOBK8, SPOONS, TEA SETS, CARE BAS KETS, CASTORS, lie. M. W. GAI.T It BRO., 3S4 Pa. ave., betw. 9th and 10th sis. mar 12-tf LAW PARTNERSHIP. SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. ROBERT J. WALKKR and LOUIS JANIN have formad a copartnership under the name ot "W%!ker and Janin,"for the argument of ea?ea in the Supreme Court of the United States, at Wash ington eity, wheie both will attend throughout the ftiture sessions of that aonrt. ?Qiey may be addressed at Washington, N. York, ft New Orleans. jan 19?eoSm* A A MpBJCAN YEAR BO?K OF FACTS and An aaal of Sekmtific Ducowry for IH85,1 voinmi ^4^a^s,#l ^0. FRANCK TAYLOR. LOUDON WALTZ. /"lOMTQSED and dedicatci to the ?oung ladiei Vy U Lte#t.iug, Va., ?y Piof. J A. Young. A *ei> oleaainx comp<?tion, published at lhe Mu-ic Dep.)! U HILBUS h. H1TZ. uiai W?U MORE ABOUT LOCKS. JONE^' ROTATING PERMUTATION PLATE LOCK, now commonly called the WORLD'S FAIR LOCK, *fitkout key or key-hole, is the Loek that secured Uie outer-doors of the Herring Sate that contained $1,000 at the World's Fair, London, 1851, it bcin| necessary to unlock this before other locks in the sate could be unlocked. All parties interested are referred to the following: notice: THE WORLD'S FAIR LOCK. HOT1CK. ?< 1 have this day sold to Messrs. STEARNS k MARVIN, Manufacturers of WILDER^ Patent Salamander SAFES, New York, the Patent right of my ROTATING PERMUTATION PLATE LOCK, Commonly called "JONES' ANTI GUNPOWDER LOCK," or, "THE WORLD'S FAIR LOCK." The latter title was acquired in consequence of this Lock being placed in a Safe at the World's Fair, with $1,000 in the Safe, to be the reward of any person who could open the door. The gold remained therein for a period of forty fivB days, whilst the visitors got tired of turning the dials, with such poor prospect of success, the num ber of changes being 54,300,000. Bankers, Jewelers, and Merchants who desire to ha re these Locks upon their doors, can have them by applying to Stearns k Marvin, No. 140 Water street, who have the exclusive right to manufacture said Locks in the United States. HENRY C. JONES. Newark, N. J., January 20th, 1853. STEARNS k MARVIN, . Siccrsaoas to Rich k Co., :44 k 148 Water st., N. Y., THE ONLY MAK :K? OF SALAMANDER SAFES, combining WILDER'S and RICH PAT EM PS. 8. U. HOWELL, Agent, ..uri-lm Georgetown, D. C. BOUNTY LAND-ADDITIONAL. ALL my old friends for whom I obtained Bounty Land, in less quantity than 180 acrcs, are hen; by informed that their names and a record of the evidence, with the dates of their certificates, arc on Lmy hook, so that I can, with facility, make out their declarations for additional land. Tho?e who fail) d to obtain any land for want of sufficient service, many of whom are now entitled to 160 acres, can find the time allowed recorded by me. Others will find it to their interest to call or write, and I will send forms and instructions for reasonable and fair compensation. Any old 8oldicrs, or their Widows, unnlrfc to pay for preparing their papers will he instructed gratis by calling at the office. JOHN D. CLARK, mar 6?lm Agent, Washington, D C. R. H. GILLET\ Counsellor at Law. OlIo* and reenter ee In Franklin Row, cor&tr o! K and thirteenth street. ?tl 48?40m BANKING HOUSE OF FAIRO * ROUESK, B Opposite United States Treasury. ONDS, Stocks and other sccuriues purchased and sold. Interest at the rate of six per cent per annum al lowed on deposits when feft tor 30 days or lomer. jail 24?8m a. owe*. a. w. owen. K. OWES 4 BON, MILITARY AND NAVAL MERCHANT TAILORS, PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, Between Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets, WASHINGTON CITY, D C. 49s Naval and Military Uniforms executed in the neatest style. mar 2?eolm CABINET MAKER A UNDERTAKES rHR undersigned would icform bis friend*, aoqai^taccae, and tha pobli.? generally be still continues to eucato all older* in his Sua of topees la the best Biacaar ted at the abort 1 QOttOf. REPA1R1HO neatly ar.i prcmptiy cx*ctrtad. FCXER&LS attended to at ^?~~(S ~ ? ?A ?he shorted notice, and in the best *&3BWBSE!3 nanner. fodie* preserved im (he meft pzrftct wax* mr, even in Pie wm'-tt weather. *.a?nkfcl ft r p?*t favors, he weoid r?ap?e*f{*My solicit, and will endeavor to merit a continuance of tbssame. ANTnONT RUCIILY, Pa. sva, s. side. bst*eea.9th and 10th ets. Residence: Y.r. Martin's, So. W6, 0 street, t-.'td lone* east e,t Ith Rtreof. mar 17?ly j EXCELSIOR IS &0R MOTTO. j WE have jant received a fresh lot of PRUNES, FIGS, ORANGES, L"?^NS, kc. Also, a rase of SARDINES, put up in .-?p?-nor style. Give us a call and Judge for yourselves Don't forget the No ,499 Seventh street, oppo. Odd Fellows' Hall. N. B. Ball*, Partes, nnd Families supplied on the most reasonable and satisfactory terms, at the short eat noiice. RYDER k PLANT, mar 1?lm BEAUTIFUL WHITE TEETH. Healthy gums, and a sweet breath. All who are desirous of obtaining these bene fits, si ton Id use ZERMAN'S CELEBRATED TOOTH-WASH. This 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 Baltimore. Dentists pre scribe it in their practice most successfully, aud from every source the rnott fluttering laudations are awarded it. Inflamed and bleeding gums arc immediately ben efitted by its use; its action upon them is mild, soothing and effective. It cleanses the teeth so thoroughly, that they are made to rival pearl in whiteness, and diffuses through the mouth such a delightful freshness, that the breath is rendered ex quisitely Eweet. It disinfects all those impurities which tend to produce decay, and as a consequence, when these are removed, the teeth must always ro main sound. It is used and rccommendod by all the eminent Dentists in New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and other cities where it has bc.n introduced. All should give it a trial. Prepared only by FRANCI8 ZERMAN, Drugsi"! and Chemist, Nimh and Catharine streets, Phila delphia, and sold by all Drnggtsts everywhere, at 25 oents per bottle. W. H. GILLMAN, jan 17?3m Agent for Washington City. ELDORADO HOUSE, Fa. avenue, between Third and 4J^ streets, WASHINGTON, D. C. CLKHB AT RKYXOLD8, (Late of Willards' Hotel,) RESPECTFULLY returns thanks to his friends and the public for their exceedingly liberal pa tronage since the opening of his liruse, and he begs to assure them that they will always be equally pleased in future Since his opening his large patronage has induced him to fit up two large moms, in a handsome style where he is enabled to furnish DINNErf AND 8UPPER PARTIES, for from two to fifty peisons, in an unsurpassed style as to quality, as well as excellence. mar 20?eolm TAKEN TO SECURE A DEBT. Anticipated Excitement in our Beeood Story. AUCTION BARGAINS OUTDONE STRAW BONNETS, GIMPS, FRINGES, PARASOLS, kc. 10 SECURE A DEBT we wera compelled to take a large lot of STRAW BONNETS of last season's style, many of which are adapted to the Present season ; also, a lot of PARASOLS, GIMPS, RINGES, kc., kc. We have tliij day arranged thesa goods in a room over our store, (entrance ihrtmgh the store,) and they will be sold at a loss of 75 cents on the dollar. They must be sold in a few days to make room for other goods. MAXWELL k BROTHER, The original Ribbon and Trimming S ore, Pa. av , between UUi and lOti) sts. mar 22?eo3t E TEE MUTUAL FIHK IR8URAHC1 COM?A BY OF THS i I8TR1CT OF COLUMBIA, /CHARTERED by Congress, offers to the property V/ owners of the District sarer and cheaper means of insurance than any other Company. ULYSSES WARD, President. CHAS. WILSON, Secretary. MATHEW G. EVERY, Treasurer. MANASIM. Ulysses Ward John Van Riswick Thomas Ulagden P. W. Browning F. Howard, Mathew G. Emery. J. C. McKelden. Office, Columbia Place, corner Louisiana avenue | tad 7th strest. Office hours from 3 to 6 o'clock p. a. fcb 26?eotf *OR SALE?A_VER7 FINE SADDLE AND | grille aatTsound, and of fine stock ; "woufil F< make 'lth r a very fine carriage horte, or a4 vefy i>!ea?atit riding tior?e. A'ro, ft?r sale au excellent work horse, perfcet'y sound. Agpiy to No. 43 Dunlmnon it., Gtorgtt'a. EVENING STAR. XI18 JULIA*A MAY IV OPEHA?OPIR IOWS OP THE IT A LI AW J0USWAL1. The following, which we find in a late numberof the Philadelphia Bulletin, will be read with great interest, we are sure, by our fellow-citizens of Washington city, so miny of whom hare vivid recol lections not only of the estimable and accomplished parents of the young lady to whom it relates, but of her many graces and virtues as displayed among us as she was growing up: We lately gave an extract from a let ter describing the success of Miss Juliana May, of Washington city, in the- opera of La Sonnambula, in an Italian theatre. The last steamer brought accounts of her debut at Verona, in the opera of Rigo letto, which are even more flatten rg. The journals of Verona and Milan, which are rarely indulgent to foreign artists, speak of her in the highest terms. We subjoin an extract, translated from a Ve ronese paper: Verona.? Philharmonic Socicty.? If ever there was a situation calculated to produce trepidation in a debutante, it was certainly that which Miss Juliana May encountered when she presented herself on Saturday evening (Feb. 17) upon the boards of this theatre before a Veronese audience in the opera of II Rigoletto; in the same costume, too, in which an sr tiste of high reputation, only two dajs before, had represented the same part with most brilliant success. Thus did Miss May present herself, in a part sus tained with so much applause by the ad mired Scotta, brazing the judgment of spectators already prejudiced in favor of the artiste with whom she was about to come into comparison. It was an essay doubly arduous. She would be called upon to overcome a pre-judgment and to prove to the public that she possessed the ability to maintain with dignity the difficult ordeal. And did the May suc ceed? The Veronese have decided it. We will only say how they treated her in the course of the opera. When she first presented herself it was visible to every one that the May was suffering un der a powerful emotion, upon which a spontaneous applause arose to encourage her, and it succeeded so well that in the execution of the duet with Cresci, her voice was so fine as to call forth a long continued and general salvo of applause. The same may bo said of the other duet with Giuglim, and of the romance which f recedes the last piece of the first act. n the last two acts every piece was I hailed with plaudits, particularly the finale of the last. Such was the debut of Miss May ; who possesses a sweet, musical, clear and manageable voice, capable of achieving the most brilliant success. The extracts given below, from other papers, are confirmatory of the report of the Veronese journalist, and excite the liveliest expectations of the future dis tinction of this young American artist: [From a Milan J urnal.] Verona* February 18th.?Yesterday evening, Miss Julia May made her first appearance upon our stage as prima donna in the opera of "II Rigoletto." If we were unable yesterday evening to judge of the entire capability of her voice, we could nevertheless admire its clearness, its exquisite intonations, and perfect execution, se difficult to be pre served in an opera abounding in such abrupt changes. She was continually and rapturously applauded in the first act, and the public were perhaps restrain ed from a more prodigal exhibition of their approval by a delicate apprehen sion that it might offend the excellent Signora Scotta With perseveranee and study the most iofty aspirations may be realized. We recommend both to Miss May, and we predict from them the hap piest success. (From "'II Bollectore dell' Adige," Feb 20Ji ] A Glancs at the J-tage.?The opera of II Rigoletto was presented at our Phil harmonic Theatre on the evening of the 15th instant, and though it was not un favorably received, it did not give entire satisfaction. Signora Scotta and Signor Ginglini, however, were applauded in many of its parts. On the evening of the 17th instant Sig norina Juliana May made her appearance on the same stage in the same opera. As we have already taken occasion to re mark in this journal, she had previously shown herself adequate to the graceful execution of various pieces of music in the concerts of the Pic Philharmonic So ciety. She was then applauded for her fine execution, and was repeatedly so in many pieces of this opera, especially in the quartette. Considering the difficul ties which this opera presents, and the felicitous success of Miss May in the ex ocutioa of them, in the commencement of her career, we have every right to predict that she will become a distinguished artist. ? TH1 CA8I OP KWMA MOOM The Rochester papers of Wednesday are filled with details of the discovery of the body of Miss Moore, whose sudden disappearance not long since, caused eo much excitement. It will be remem bered how town meetings were held, rewards offered, ponds dragged, woods scoured, and houses searched in vain. But now, after the event has almost dropped from the public mind, the find ing of the corpse invests it with a new interest. The circumstances of ihe dis covery are described by the Rochester Democrat as follows: (M . . ?< About 5 o'clock yesterday (Monday) afternoon, the city was electrified by a report that the body of Emma Moore had been found. As the report spread, neo ple gathered in crowds, and in fifteen minutes one or two thousand were in and about the court-house, into which the dead body of a female bad just teen conveyed." '* It was soon ascertained that iho body had been seen bv the friends of Emma Moore, who bad recognized it as her body. 44 The clothes were Tcry rotten, but nearly perfect, and, so far as was seen, nothing indicated bow she met her tad fate." Miss Moore had disappeared on the night of November 14. She has. there fore, been missing four months and fire days. Appearances indicate that she has been all that time under th? water. But the manner and mean* of her death are as great a mystery as ever. Mr. Whitlocke, a young man who was engaged to be married to the deceased, made this statement in the coursc of his examination: "On the afternoon of her disappear ance saw her at the store; about four o'clock, I think ; was in the back part ef the store ; she said something about not getting the work as soon as she expect ed ; that work Las since been icturncd uncompleted; left the store a few min utes after seven o'clock that evening; had been to tea at six ; was last in tho store; took the key to Mr. Brachraan ; went as far up street as I'aul street; turned and went back to the Arcadc; had a watch at Mr. SchotiddV, and turned to go and get it; it wag on tho west side of State street; passed through the Arcade and went out to Staic Ore-ct; don't think I crossed over; did out ro to the store; Schofield bad rt^ue?f'xl rao on Monday to leave il (the vvr>ich) for a week; on leaving State street, I turned into Buffalo street, and thence into Main street, and then went to my home. I went on Wednesday night ai>d got the watch; saw no person that i can cad by name, going home ; stopped co length of time on the oorncr of Exchange Place and State street; it had conmienc.Hl storming; did not sae Emmi Mooro there; did not go to Wilder & Gotton's nor pass that store that night; didn't step in the Arcade; met no person that I supposed to be Emma M<>ore; saw no female t* at I was familiar with; went to no place with one; the only change in dress I made was to change overcoats; got an umbrella, and went to llirmomc Society's room in the Crystal i'alace block; stayed there until half past niue. The jury rendered the following ver dict : 44 The deceased came to her death by drowning; but whether she drowned herself voluntary, or otherwise, the jury, from the testimony are unable to say.' The remains of Emma Moore were taken in charge by her relatives. 8ISGUL1B 72BAK IN LUXACY. A writer in the Church's Bizarre, gives us some interesting facts and remarks concerning the unfortunaus in a Lunatic Asylum. A peculiar condition of lunacy is thus described; 44 There are seasons when most of the patients?especially those whose lunatic attacks are only intermittent?are dread fully weary of their contincnient, and would get away if they could. And why do they not get away ? How is it that half-a-dozen attendants are able to con trol a hundred men, four-tifths of whom perhaps, are physically as strong, if not stronger than themselves ? If the par tients, or even a portion of them, could harmonise and combine, they might gag every attendant, take their keys, unlock the doors, and escape. But the simple fact is, lunatics cannot combine for effecting a common eud ; (his is one ot the most marked features of their mal ady. A single maniac may employ a great deal of cunning dissimulation, and is capable of carrying out a complicated and lengthened series of measures lor ac complishing some of his ow n. Bui * hen two or more of them attempt to unite their forces, and confer on some plan to be executed, they either cannot agree at all, or, if they agree for a short sj ace, one or another is sure verv soon to be tray the rest, to disclose their intents, and, perhaps, help to defeat thtui; so that, practically, each luuatic stands alone in opposition to the whole number of attendants, and cannot rely en the slightest aid from scorcs of his mad com C'ons. So striking is this feature of cy, that wo may well regard it a providential arrangement, which deprives of a terrible power of working mischief those who have lost their caj>aciiy of self-control. 44 Something of the same Cju^ci yalive providential arrangement is witness'd in the case of the criminal and vicious. They cannot rely on each other 's udelity, but are ever ready to betray each other, and rend in pieces the very schemes they have aided in forming, and have sworn to help to execute. By this means so ciety is preserved fiom the measureless evil which might be done by combination of men, with all their intellectual powers in full vigor, on the alert, and totalis freo from restrains of conscience and principle, if at the same time they could hold to gether, and be as true to each other as the virtuous part of mankind. But evil is self-defeating, as w ell as lunacy, and Heaven be thanked for both these ordita tiocs." ' Aunt Hetty's ADvioa.? oh. g?rl-.: tet your affections on cats, poodles, parrots, ?or lap-dogs?but let matriinouy alone. It's the hardest way on earth of getting a living?you never know when ycur work is done up. Think of carrying eight or nine children through tbe meas les, chicken pox, mumps, thiu*h, and scarlet fever, some of 'em twicc over; it makes my sides ache, to think of it. Oh. you may scrimp and save, and twist and turn, and dig and delve, economise, and die, and your husband will marry again, take what you have saved and dre^s his second wife with, and she'll usu vour portrait for a fire board, and? bu: what a the um of talking? I warrant evt ry one ,< of you'll try it the first cha&ee you get, i there's a sort of betwitchment about it, somehow.