Newspaper of Evening Star, March 28, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated March 28, 1855 Page 1
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THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, h (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) JU th' Star Building, r or tier Pennsylvania c%viiu4 and Eleventh street, By W. D. W ALLACH, Will he scrvi>d to subscribers m the cities or Wa<?li twrt'-xi, Georgetown, Aleiandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at 8fx AND A QUARTER CENTS', payable weekly to the Agents- To mail subscribers the subscription price is THREE DOLLARS AND riFTY CENTS a year !o nuance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR fhr THREE MONTHS. (Ji^Sinql* corns 01*1 C1HT. * VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28. 1855. NO. 696. THE WEEKLY STAR. - *9* ? * mmmmm. . Tikis Raced not family anu N?ws Journal?con awing a pnamr variety of tatarasuag reading thau can bs ttmmA ? aay other ** published on Saturday : TOM*. Single oopy, per ana am. *5 _ to ririi, Ten da _ #td do...... ........ *.....15 00 Cfjh Cash, iwrAlUAlLf in advawck. Single copir? (in wrapper*) ran prorurod at the couutrr, nnmndtruely aft. r the ?.u? of tu* paper. Price?THaaa cant. ro?TXASTKSs wliu act to agents wiii t* allotted a commission of twenty per crni. n A PTWO I SPANISH MIXTURE. Tba P.rlAar of tit* Blood I Not a Particle of Mercury In It! Aa Isialubls Rwid? for Scrofula, King's Evil, Bk?uin?tlso, Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions, P. u pies or Pus*ul?e on the fac?, Blotches, boils, Chronjc Sore Eye#, Ring Worm or Tetter, Scald , MUr^Maent and Pain of the Bo nee and Jo:nt?, Ptubfcorn Uloers, Syphilitic Diw>rdsni, Lumbago, Spinal Ccmpla'nts, an 1 til the discern anrtog from an injurious use of Merury, Im prnd 'nee in Life, r?r Impurity of the Biood. ? fl'.HIS v?!aaM? Medicine, which haa become cele. J. brated for the number of txtrardinary cure*, sf-cted through its agency, has induced the propri etors, at the urg-nt r-queet of their friend*, to offer it to the pubilc, which they do with the utmost coo fldence in its rirtu-e and wonderful curative prop erti?s Tfc- foil-win* certificate, .elected from a large number, are, however, strong-r testimony than the mere wo*i of the proprietors ; and are all from gentlemen well known in their localities, and of th? highest respectability, many of th?n rs-idina la the city of Rictimosd. Ya. P. BOYDKN, Ksq,, of the Exchange Hot*l, Rich mood, known everywhere rays he hae seen r he Med* Wn? -ailed c carta's Srunsn Mixrcus. administered In over a hundred cases, in nearly all the lb panes for which it is recommended, with the moat aston ishingly good re-nxltn. He aays it is the moat ex traerdiuary medicine he haa ever seen. AOOS AND EBYER?GREAT CURB.?I hereby eertify that for thr-o year? I had Ague and Fever of th? most violent description. I had several Phv sJdans, took l?rga quantities of Quinine, Mercury, and I belters all the Toaioe advertiwd, but all with out permanent relief. At Ust I tried Carter's Spanish Mixture, two bottles of which effectually I"*1 *n<11 *?PPy to aay I hare had neither chills or fevers since. 1 consider It the beat Tonic In this world, and the only medicine that ever reached my ease. JOHN LONGDEN. Baavaa Ditch, near Richmond, Va. 0. B. LUCK, Esq., now in the city of Richmond and for many years in the Post OtRoa, haa auch ?M?aien?? in the astonishing effl *-a;y of Carter's 8p*nifh Miitnr* that h? has bought upwards of IP bottle which he hae giran away to the afflicted.? Mr. LucS *avs he has n-rer known it to Ml when token according to directions. Dr. MING 8. a practising Phrplcier, and formerly f< the City Hotel, in the city of Richmond, says he has witnessed in a tunbir of instances th# effect* ol Oarer's Spanish Mitt-rs, which were most truly surprising. He s*ys ia a caa? of Consumption, de pendent on the Llv-r, th. good * Herts were won derful lulled. SAMUEL M. DRINKER, of the firm of Drinker A ^ Morris. Richmond, w^s nred cured of Liver Com Ilalnt of three v ears standing, by the use of two ottiw of Carter's Spanish Mixture. GREAT CURB Or SCROFULA ?The Editors of the Richmond Republican h >d a servant employed In th?ir prefu room; cured of rloleni Scrofula, com bin?i with Rheumatism, which entirely disabled him from work. Two bottles of Carter's Spenirh Mixture mad* a perfect care of hfn. and the Ldi tor? iu a public notice, 5*7 th-y ' cheerfully reoom m*nl it to all who are aSic.ed with any disease of the blood." STILL ANOTHER CTTR1 0P 9CROPULA.?I had a vsrv valuable boy cured of Scrofula by Cart?r's Spanish Mixture. I ocnsiW it truly a valuable med!dn*. JAMES M. TAYLOR, Conductor on the R. P. and P. R. R. Co., Richmond, Vs. SALT RHEUM 07 TWENTY YEARS STANDING C'JaED Mr. JOHN TR0MP80N, residing In the dty of Richawad, was cured by three bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, of Salt Rheum, which he had for ?early r?*afy years, and which all the physicians of the et^ eonld not cur?. Mr. Th"-?nip?cn to a well kaowa MS-Tiaant in the city of Rich?aondf ani his If ta^^'kable. Wi|. 4.SATT3EW, of Richmond bel a servant cured sf Syphilis, in the worsw form, by Carter's Spanish Mixture. He says he cheerfully recom m-n is it, and consilers it a rery invaluable meii ctaa EDWIN BURTON, commissioner ?f th* revenue, snys he has ?eeu the good effects of Carter's Spanish Mixta-, in a number of Syphilitic cases, and says it to a perfect eure f rthat horrible disease. WM. 6- HARWOOD, ef Richmond, enred t>f old Sore. Lad Ul<sers, which disabled hiin frem walking. Took a few bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, and was enaMed to waik without a cratch, In a short time penaanen-ly cured. Principal Depots at M. V ARD, CLCSS A Cc? No. 88 Mai ian Lane, New York. T. W. DYOTT A SONS, No. 182 North Second it, Philadelphia BBNNVTT A BEERS, No. 12& Main street, Rich ?ond, Va. And fcr sale by CHARLES 8TOTT, Washington, D. C, HEN liT PEEL, Alexandria, and by Druggists everywhere. Price $1 per bottle, or six bottles for $5; 21?ly Private Medical Treaties on rax PHYSIOLOGICAL VIEW OP MARRIAGE, IT 51. B. L.A CROIX, M. D,, alb Ayr. y v. 860 Pages and 130 Flae Plain and Colored Litho graphs and Plates. A-r~ Price oaljr 95 Cants. f| EVBent free of postage to sll parts of the Union*^ CHEAPEST BOOK EYER PUBLISHED, and oontaining nearly d uble the quantity of reading matter in that of the PIETY CENT8 OR DOLLAR PUBLICATIONS. It treats on the PHY8IOLO l GY OE MARRIAGE, and the secret i? flrmi ties and disorder ! cf youth and maturity, re sulting from excesses, which , destroy the physical and men tal powers, with observations j on marhag-, its duties and disqualifications, and their remedies; with lithographs, Illustrating the | anatomy and physiology, and dlaea?.s of the repro ductive organs of both sexes, their structure, usee and functions. A popular and comprehensive tree-' Use on th* duties and casual"Vw ? f single and mar ried iifb?happy and fruitful a)'lathes, mode of se curing them? InfePxitops *vl infr.tile ones?their ebwiaoon and reajoval?important hints to tho?e oonUmpJating mstzic.rny, that will overoome ob )ections to It; nono, bawerer. should take this Im portant s'^p w.aout 5rst consulting its pagsa? oemmentarise 0 j the diseases and medical treatment of females frou'-y to old a?e, each case graph ically illustrate 1 by beautiful lithographic plates? aerroas debility, Its causes and cure, by a process at one*, so simple, safe and effectual, lhat failure is tapostohle? rules for dally management?an essay oa 8pormatorrh<aa with practical observations on a safer, and more successful mode of treatment? pre cautionary hints oa the evils resulting from empiri cal practice an essay on all diseases arising from Indiscretion, with plain and simple rules by which all persoas can care themselves without msreury? remedtoe for those sflf inflicted miseries and disap pot a ted hones so unfortunately prevalent In the young. It is a truthful adviser to the married and those contemplating marriage. Its perusal Is par Ocularly reoom mended to Dersons entertaining se sret doubts of their physical condition, and who are | conscious of having hasarded the health, happiness and privilege! to which every human being is en titled to. Prioe 26 eents per oopy, or fire copies for nee dol lar. Mailed free of postage to any part of the Cnl ted Btrtti If. B.?Those who prefer may cor suit Dr La Csoix apon aay of the diseases upea which kU book treats either personally or by mall. Medicine sent to any part of the Union aroording to directions, eafei> packed and carefully secured from all observation. Addrees Dr M. B. LA CROIX, No.81 Maiden Lane or Poet Office Box 679, Albany. N. Y. 4V Office open daily from 9 1 ? t) f f D, and on Banday from & until 6 pm. Office tteaaoved from No U Bearer St., to 3 1 laldea Last, Albany, N. Y. MARTIN'S UNRIVALLED GUITARS.?Three of iheie superb inetrunients are now on Clhi biuon for a limited period, atoir Music Store. The charming beauty ot th?*ir tone eliciu the universal encomium* of Prof*"*>ori and Amateurs. HILBI'S A IIITZ, inar 91 Sole Agent*. LOOK H C RE!!! ?ma-ORE BOUNTY LAND TO JILL who served iu a*y war since IT'JO, whctlier a? Officers Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, Clerks, liidi.ins, Chap lains, Wagon Mast?-r^, I'eamsurs, Landemtn, (or tbeir widows or minor children) who have not yet received full 160 acre*, and have been in service 14 day?. will do well t< write to us. pottpaid, and their Land Warrants will be forwarded to them tor the above ouanuty, and uo charge if they do not get it. H LLOYD A CO., Claim AgrntV CMIkc>*t opposite I', f. Treasury, WasMngioo Cuy _ i? < mai 6-Jrn All nTUA^CaRS vtsi m| th? City Should I (ii nt?1V Cat I'is l?e?crim??'U <d PoweM'r gr'^i Pn.tur? alogue ol the curfototies (A the P?tenl office. ?r?Ti :tor hoofland's CELEBRATED 0erman Bitters, r*EPA?LD BT DB. C. M. JACKSON, Philad'*., Pa, WILL BFFXOTUALLT CURB LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDIC8 CArowic or Xervout Debility, Di?t<ut9 of tU Kidney, and all dxteatet arising from ? dit 9rd*rtd Livor or Stomach. Such a* Constiuaiion, Inward Piles, Fullness. or B'ood to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nau 8?-a? Heartburn, Dugust for food, Fullness or weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sink ing or Flattering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swim nnng of the Head, Hurred and difficult Breathing, Piuttering at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating S"n?ations when in a lying Posture, Dimness of Vision, Dot* of Webs before ihe Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in tlie H?nd, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, &c., Sudden Flu-dies of Heat Burning in the Flesh, Constant linagin n>gs of Evil, and great depression of Spirit*. TUlB proprietor, in calling Me attention of the public to this preparation, does so with a feel ing of the utmost confidence m it* virtues and adap tation to the disease* tor which it is recommended. It is no new and untried article, bat one that hue st'?*d the test of a ten years' trial before the Amcri can people, and its reputation and sale t* unrivalled by 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 Cuiohna is respectfully subiittd, referring any who may still donbl, to my "Memorabilia," or Prac tical Receipt Book, for Farmers and Families, to be had gratis, of all the Agents tor the German Bitters. Principal Office and Manufactory, 190 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. TESTIMONY FROM NORTH CAROLINA. Certificate of Dr. If. Smiih, of Pine Hill, RicJi fnotul County, AT. C. Pine Hill, March 4th, 1854. Dr. C. M. Jackson, Philadelphia?Dear Sir: 1 have been a subject of Dyspepsia, in its worst furm, 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, Tennes see and North Carolina, but wa? net benefited by any water to which I was taken. While on my way home, I stopped a week at Rutlierfor.iton, a small villac in North Carolina, te try the effect of some Chalybeate water in that place. About the last of the week, I went into a drug store to get some medicine for my child and myself. There w? re several of the village physicians in the store, nnd one of them seemed to take some interest in my case. and, after asking me some questions, said he had been a dye peptic, and had been groatly bene fitted by the use of " Dr. Hoofland's German Bit ters," prepared by ycu, and be insisted that I would try the Biturs He also called the next dar at iny j room, and in-i.-ted so much that I would try them that 1 asked him to get me one bottle. He did it, j .tnd I commenced taking it as directed, and I do say I was more benefitted by it than all the water and medicine I had ever taken. After reaching home one of my neighbors came to | me for a prescription and medicine, (be a dyspep tic,) and i gave him nearly all the Bitters 1 had left, which effected much good ui his case. He has often called on me for more of the same k nd of medi cine, saying he was more benefitted by it than any other he had taken, but I have not been able to get any more for him or myself since; will you, there fore, please ship me a dozen or more as soon as po? sihSe. Respectfully yours, W.SMITH. D. R- HOOKER, Roger's Store, Wake Co., N. C., October 24.1853, says:??' Having experienced very great benefit from the use cf " Hoofland's German Bitters,"' in Chronic Dysentery and functional de rangement of the Liv?-r, and its concomitant evils, I am rtesfrous of obtaining a nuantity of it for the benefit of my community. You will, therefore, please send a lot, flic. Sic. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J. ATWOOD. HrirraviLLR, Yadkin Co , N. C ,Nov. 1st, 1853. Dt.C. M. Jackson?Dear Sir: Allow me to ex pr?ae to you my sincere thanks for your discovery of a medicine whicti, to say the least of it, has ef fected a cure that all other road cines, that I have taken, have entirely failed to do. "Hoofland's Ger man Bitters" have aured me of tlis roost stubborn and aggravated case of the pins that, perhaps, ever fell to the lot of man- My case is not a stranger in tuis community, as 1 am well known in this and the surrounding counties, and can truly sav that my re* coverv has astounded all my friends and relations, as I had tried everything recommended, and nothinf did me any good until f was prevailed upon to try the Bitters. You are it liberty to make any use ot this communication, for the btnefitof the afflicted, you may think proper. Truly yours, WM. J. ATWOOD. These bitters are entirely vegetable, they invigorate | and strengthen the system, never prostrate it, and can be used for infants as well as adults. Far sale by respectable dealers everywhere, and by Z. D. OILMAN, Wa-hington; J. L. KIDWELL, Georgetown; and J. R. PIERPONT, Alexandria, mar 1?ly ~ T. H. PHILLIPS' COACH FACTOBY, ? 17 Eighth st, adjoining Kainej'a Livery fctab'.ea WING to the increased trad* which a generous O ' publl- has bestowed upon ma, 1 have bean com- ] pelled to erect ? new and larger building for the carrying on of my burioesa. Hers I shall be en-1 ablsd to .-xecute all orders entrusted t- me wttb greater ficditlee aad dispatqh, and 1 would respect fully ?*,it a continuance ol the publics pateonage. Carriages and Wagons, of ths most mod-rn styie, | built of the beet materials, and warranted tc give satisfaction, repairs of every description punctually attendei to. For sale, cheap, a second-hand Clarence Carriage, nearly new c?r26-tl T PALMEK'S PATENT LEG. stands unrivalled both in this country ind in Europe. Iti* worn by 1,000 persons, and with most astonishing success. In competition with 9) other substitutes of the best trench, English, and German manufacture, it received (he award of the oatAT midai. at the Woxi.d'? Exhibi tion in London, as the best artificial limb knojrn. fn ihis country it has been thirty times exhibited, in competition with all others, at the annual Fairs in the principal cities, and has, in every instance, received the award of the highest or first pi em mm. And as a crowning honor, by the unanuuoii* 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. Pamphlets giving full information, sent jjratis tc every applicant. B. FRANK PALMER, 375 Chemut street, Philadelphia. feb 28?3m PROSPERIS CORNET BAND NO. 1 MR. FREDERICK PROSPER1 begs leave to in- I form his friends and former patsoiis that this | band has b? cii fully re-organized and ii now undei his direction ,ui|i he is fully prepared with a band | of the most Swhufic Musicians in tbe city, to fur nish music for Balls, Parties, Parades, Pic Nics, Ex cursions, fcc., at the shorted notice possible, by ap to FREDERICK PROSPERI, Leader,CHAi. 71UK i" 1 KLii'UHi^ n 1 i?v^i niu, uuau^i tv/iinoi ROSPERI, Conductor; HILHUS & HiTZ'S Mu fl/1 sic Depot, or at PETER TAETAVUL'S, opposite ieGi ' ~ .... feb the Garrison street, Navy Yard. A RARE CHANCE FOR A MAGNIFICENT PI ANO.?We have on exhibition at the Fair at the Smithsonian Institute, four superb PIANOS, which were made eiprepsly for th a fair and may be relied upon as superior instruments. We will dis pose of them upon very reasonable terms, give any reasonable time oil them, divide the payments into ?null notes, in fact, make any reasonable arrange ments to suit purchasers Wi have also on hand in store the largest and I most reliable as.ortment of Pianos ever offered in this city, from the renownad manufactories of Hal let, Davis, k Co., Boston, and Bacon k Raven, New York. Old Pianos taken in exchange. New Music and an assortment of every article pertaining to the mustc trade. JOHN F. ELLIS, 300 Penna. avenue, near Tenth street. mar 13?tf FANCY MILLINERY. .MISS AMELIA PRIBRAM aud Sis-^ Iter baveopeued a FANCY MILLIN ERY SToRE oti Pennsylvania nve-1 'nue, between Tenth and Eleventh stress, south siie. No JI7 7, and would respectful ly cull ihe attention ol the ladies of Washington and vicinity to then hatidsomc ana varied assortment of imported and manufactured MniUierv, lau-?i -i)ies; New Vo'fc, Paris, an J London fashions ol Straw, Silk, I'mpe, Laee, Velvet and other Bonnets. Als<i, dri"K< and other ('up*. All orders iu the Millinery line thankfully itceivtd and fcilhAillj attended 10. niar lm' ?to NTmabuhy Department, March 5,1855. GIVEN to tho holders of atoek ofilie United States described In the fol ,|Z^nf,fnoomen.?f, 3d J?n08ry ?*?? f0rth" P?' pose or completing the purchase of the amount "I" ??>! ? purchase, upon the terms of said notice, to the ex tent ot the residue of the sum proposed not vet oh U ned-sny $,158,585 05, if ,?!d stocks are offered and received here prior to the first day of June next: v .. TRK*8r*Y Dkpaetmbwt, January 3, 1855. lowing 1 J6, 5' eive" to the holderi of thr foi owing described stocks of the United States, that mi* department is prepared to purchase, at any time between the date hereof and the Isl day of .(larch next portmns ofthfw, stocks, amounting in the ag gr? gate to $1,900,000, in th? manner and on the le ms hereinafter mentioned, to wit: In case of any contingent competition, within the amount suted preference will be g.ven in cheordS H.rnfil.!" 8a"1 ?ocks may be offered. The certificates, duiy assigned to the United States by tile parties who are to receive the amount tnereof. must be transiritted to this department; upon the XSKS"?*' ?p,,ce wi" * r* of the following particulars: tide ate ^ *"* va,ue'or aL,oum ?peelfied in each cer . 8-A Premium on the 8tnck of the loan authorized rw IfoL y' ' redeemable November 12, ,I?X? -J. w* P6* C<!,U i on ^ "twck of 'he loan an hi? i ?ro V. i'o aCt of ,M2> redeemable 31it Decem bor, 1862, of 10 per cent.; on the stock of the loans a : horized by the acts of 1847nnd 1848, a .d redeem ai.le the former on th-i 31st December, 1067, and inHn ,hr?n. June' ,868' of 16 f*r cent ; J , ,he loan authorized by the act of 1850, and redeemable on the 31st of December. .864, (commonly called the Texan indemnity,) 6 per cent. i J'JlLlZ" 0n, lhS. PRr ?f e"th certificate from the I t of January, 1855, to the date of receipt and set tlement at the Treasury, with the allowance (for Mir money to reach the owner) of on* dav's interest in addition. Piymtut for said stocks will be made in draft* of the Treasurer of the Uni'ed States, on the assistant treasurer at Boston, New York, Philadelphia, as the parties n?ay direct. But to certificate will be entitled to the benefit of this notice which shall not be actually received at the Treasury on or before the said 1st dav of March "e*l- JAMES GUTHRIl . 'uar 6?dtJunel Secre ary of the Treasury. Notice to flutists.?eisen brandt's superior Premium Dmsonic Flutes and Cla. ion ettes will be on exhibition and for sale for n few days at HILBUS & HITZ'S Music DcikH. mar 19 * REV. JOHN LANAHAN, PASTOR OF THE EXETER STREET, M. E. CHURCH.-A strong desire to benefit the afflicted induces lum thus to ccr ify We chal enge any other medicine to present such a mass of tesiimony from gentlemen and ladies of high standing of our own wed known citizens, who tentify of cures of COUGH. BRON CHITiS, RHEUMATISM. DYSPEPSIA, &c ? ? Baltimore, January 24th, 1855. Jue&tn. Mowbray: I take pleasure in saying to you that I have used your "Hampton's Tincture" with very great profit, rrom a serious t.iroat affection, my general health had become very much impaired, when I com menced to use 4? Hampton's Tincture." I found it - effects upo'i my general health most salutarv My nervous system and digestive organs soon right ed up under its use. 8 I have several times recommended It to my friends, and in every case, as far a* I have been in formed, tiicy have use it with success. Yours truly, John Lanara*,Pastor of Exeter st., M. E. Chflrch, Baltimore. BLEEDING OF THE LUNGS. Baleiou, y. C-, Feb. 8, 1855. Wfwr|. Mortimer fy H&oichrayi 1 do hereby certify that about twelve months ago I was taken with a severe hemorrhage of the Lungs and had four attacks of it I wai advised to try Dr. Hampton's Vegetable Tincture I procured one boole, and after taking which, 1 waj rtatisfi^ that I was much better ; and that, after taking the fourth bottle, 1 was entirely well, and now I enjoy as good htalth as ever I did in my life. I can, and do, with out the least hesitation, recommend the Tincture to all persona afflicted in my way. Yours, Gbo. w. Weaiirt. CURE FITS?READ! More to the. Sick thnn Gold.?From one of the most respectable Drugipsts in South Carolina. Charleston, S. C. Sept. 21, 1853. Messrs. Mortimer fit Mowbrat:?The sal.; M your Hampton's Vegetable Tincture is increasing every day, and every bottle sold recommend.* this valua'de medicine to the afflicted. Several of our planters have tried it in different cases with aston ishing success, and are getting it by -half dozens, ft has been found to be the greatest remedy for rheu matic affections, and a wonderful cure ha? been performed on a negro bo?, suffering from Fits. I will furnish you with a number of certificates it you wish them I am, gentlemen, yours, \V. G. Trott. Call and get pamphlets gratis, and see cur. a of Cough, Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Hys pepxia, Nervousness and General Weakness. As a female medicine or for delicate children we bdieve it unequalled. Sold by MORTIMER H. MOWBRAY, 140 Balti more street, Baltimore, and 304 Broadway, IV. York Chas. Stott ?c Co., J. B. Moore, I). B. Clarke, Clarke h Bowlino, W. Elliot, and H. McPiier aoN, Washington ; also, by R. S. F. Ci srl, George town ; and C. C. Berry, Alexandria, and by Drug gist* everywhere. feb 21?tr ATCIIK8,

JEWELRY SILVERWARE, rEAKLH, dIamondu, FANCY GOODS "tic. Slc. Al extreinelvLOW PRICES, by CANFIELD, BRO. Si CO., 339 Baltimore street, Baltimore, Md. mar 11?tr W I \ It A fffll ESS CUllKD.?The following is \J taken from Scott's Weekly : DKAt N'LSS.? Wc understand tliat the sneee-se which has followed the use of SCARPA'8 ACOUS PIC OIL, in rases of Deafness, has been astonish ing, thousands of person* I aving been cured, whose canes were considered hopeless. The calls for this medicinc are from all parts ot the country, it being, we believe, the only arucle before the public for the cure of that distressing disease. Be particular and buy of Z. D. GILMAN, Wash lugion, D. C., and S 8. HANCE, Baltimore, Md.,as there is a counterfeit article in the market, feb 28?.'m S ^TEWART'S SKYLIGHT DAGUERREAN 1 Room-, over Gait's Jewelry Store, Pa. avenue, is where the public can have splendid pictures taken at more reasonable prices than any other room in the city. Call early. Satisfaction always given, mar 7?1 in UNION ACADEMY. Ccrnrr of FburUenth it. and New Fork avenue. ArKW more pupils oan be received to make up the limited number. Applloatien must be made soon. The discipline, Instruction, s?l means of illustration are such as to insure satia&storj pro gres* is those mpila who ate punctual, regular and obedient. Circulars at the Bookstores. cUfl 30?3m ?. RICI7 A nT"? ? CIIARLKS HAMK1HS, Architect. (Pa. avenue, between Tenth and Eleventh >freels,) w ASHIKOTON, D. C. WILl. continue to furuuhJ'lan*, detail working Diawings, and ot buildings of every description, and also toWpennlwnd their i rec feb I?. >? TABLE CUTLERY, ALBATA FORKS AND SPOONS, Ac Jl'ST received a large aaaortmest of superior Ta ble < Cutlery of every variety. Also, every st"le of the finest quality ALBATA fORKS, SPOONS, TEA SfcTS, CAKE BAS KETS, CASTORS, *c. M. W. GAI.T fc BRO., 33# Pa. ave., betw. 9th and 10ih sfa. mar 13?u JpOR SALE?A VERY FINE SADDLE AND l-nt'e , make eithrr a very fine carriage ?ery pleasant riding none. Also, for sale an excellent work horse, perfectly sound. Apply to No. 43 Dunbarton tt., Georget'n. mar 1?lawtf PERRY'S AND GILLOTT'S STEEL PENS various kinds and sizes, bought in person from the makers and warranted genuine. ma' 6 FRANCK TAYLOR. ITtOR SALE?At the SENATE STABLE Houth oi the Cupitof, three goo?l work Horses, and one line bmrgy bay Horse. Apply at the Siabies, or Senate Post Office. mar 23 -eolui* MERICAN YEAR BOOK OF FACTet and Aiv nual of Scientific Dt^ovury for 1855, 1 vohiiuv JH jages, ?1 20. FRANCK TAYLOR. [y HORSE. The horse is young, er\ sound, and of fine atock ; would ?r a very fine carriage horse, or a *' MORE ABOUT LOCKS. JOSE*' ROTATING PERMUTATION PLATE LOCK, now eonimmly called the WORLD'S FAIR LOCK, iri/Aoul key or hole, is the Lock that pecur*-d the outer doors of the Herring Safe that contained $1,000 at the World's Fair, Lonrf?n, 1851, it being necessary to unlock this helore other locks in tho safe could be unlocked. All parties interested are referred to the following notice : THE WORLD'S FAIR LOCK. KOTICE. I have this day sold tr? Messrs. STEARNS & MARVIN, Manufacturers of WILDER'S Patent Salamander SAFES, New York, Ihe Patent right of my ROTATING PERMUTATION PLATE LOCK, Commonly called "JONES' ANTI GUNPOWDER LOCK," or, "THE WORLD'S FAIR LOCK." The latter title wan acquired iu consequence of this Lock boing placed in a Safe at the World's Fair, with 91,000 in the Safe, to be the reward of any pcrsou who could opcu the door. The gold remained therein for a period of fort) - Ave days, whilst the visitors got tired of turning the dials, with such poor pronpeet of success, the num ber of changes being 04,300,000. Hankers, Jewelers, and Merchants who desire to have these Locks upon th>*ir 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, 1353. 8TEARN8 & MARVIN, BuccrssoRs to Rich k Co , 144 & 146 Wnttr N. Y., ? THE ONLY MAK'KS OF SALAMANDER 8A;'ES, combining WILDER'S and RICH PAT EN TS. 8. H. HOWELL, Agent, ? :-ar L - Im Georgetown, D. C. BOUNTY LAND-ADDITIONAL. ALL mv old friends for whom I obtained Bounty Land, in leas quantity than 160 acres, are here by informed that their names and a record of the evidence, with the dates of their certificates, are on my book, so that I can, with facility, make out then declarations for additional land. Those who failed 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. Otliert will find it to their interest to call or write, and I will send forms and instructions for reasonable and fair compensation. Any old Soldiers, or their Widows, unable to pay for preparing their pnpers wi'l he instructed gratis by calling at the office. JOHN D. CLARK, mar 8?1m Agent, Washington, I) C. R. H. GILLET, Ootitillor at LtWi Ofl<w and resides* in franklla Row, comer r ' S and Thlrtiw?nth stroet. net 38? ?6m BANKING HOUSE OF FAIBO * HOUBSE, Opporiic United Slates Treasury. BONDS, Stocks and other securities purchased and sold. Interest at the rate of six per cent per annum al lowed on de|tosits when feft for 30 days or longer. jan 34?6m CABINET MAIlElT&"UNDERTAKJiR THB undersigned would r?sp?rtfiilly Inform rii Mead?, a-yisrJntancee, and the public thfct be ftill contir.Ticn to ex*mte til orders in K's Un? of t-asiii*^ in tb? hrit minuter and ft the fiber i ?et cotlci. ;he i macser. yrezcrvtd t'~ iJ.c nsetftr/tii ttoy net, even in the ? ?.a-Ekfnr for past farors, he wcrtld JOllcit, and will endeavor t* nj-~rl? a contincun-e o! the same. ANTHONY r.WHLT, Pa. ?Te., 9. ?id#t bet^r:?n Rth *nd iC.h at*. Re*i lens?: Mr. KarUj's, 2lo. C?3, D f'.wet, t'frfi aoye ftl ol 1th str?at. mar 17?ly EXCELSIOR 18 OUR MOTTO. WE have just received u fresh io? .,f pBUNnn, FIG*, ORANGES, LEMONS, &c. a!*o, a caw of SARDINES, put up in superior style. Give us a call and Judge for yourselves Don't forget the No, 499 Seventh street, oppo. Odd Fellows' Hall. N. B. Balls, Parties, and Families supplied on the most reasonable and satisfactory terms, at the short e-t notice. RYDER ? PLANT, mar 1?1m BEAUTIFUL WHITE TEETH. Healthy gums, and a sweet breath. All who are desirous of obtaining these bene fits, s'.iould use ZER MAN'S CELEBRATED TOOTH-WASH. This delicious article combines so many meritorious qualities, that it lias now be come a stindard favorite with the citizens of New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore. Dentists 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 ben efnti'd by itn use; its action upon them is mild, soothing and effective. It cleanses the teeth so thoroughly, that they are made to rival pearl hi whiteness, and diffuses through the mouth such a delightful freshness, that the breath is rendered ex quiMtely sweet. It disinfects all tho*? impurities which tend to produce dccay, and as a consequence, when these arc removed, the teeth must always re main sound. It is used and recommended by all the emincn Dentists in New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and other cities where it has be.n introduced. All should give it a trial. Prepared only by FRANCIS ZERMAN, Dnig?i?t and Chemist, Ninth and Catharine streets, Phila delphia, and sold by all Drnggista everywhere, a? 25 oeiits r?er bottle. W. II. G1LLMAN, jan i7?3m Agent for Washington City. Military history.? Drinkwater's Siege of Gibraltar S< himmer'* Sige of Vienna by the Turks Knolly's Russian Campaign of 1812 Jomini's Military History of the Waterloo Cam paign Buckle's History of the Bengal Artillery Nolan's Cavalry, its history and tactics Gleme's Military Memoirs,' Campaigns, Battles, and Stratagems ol Military History and Details of the principal mili tary events of the last century, 5 vols Napier's Peninsular War Napier's Battles and Sieges in the Peninsula Samuel's History of the Biitish Army BiitUh Military Biography Gletg's British Military Commanders Stocoueler's Wellington, Robinson's Picton, Ali son's Marlborough, and many others The Subaltern in the Peninsula Mar-hall's Military Miscellany Schiller's Thirty Years' War And many others of the same class, French, Eng lish and American. FRANCK TAYLOR, mar 23 NEW GOODS, PJ, STKKKt, Merchant Tailor, Washington . Place, 7th street, has opened his new( Spring (roods, embracing the choicest styles ol the season. Gentlemen preparing for the season now opening will do well to see our, goods before purchasing els wheie. Our s?tock is complete, and almost everything ne cessary to a full outfit, may be had without going farther. uia. ?4?KfcW4t ?1 F AA'3 PATENT AMEBICAN ACCORDEONS. Several of these new and improaed instruments just received and for sale at the Music Depot of HILBU8 A IIITZ Also, 6 dozen of Fail's new and cheap instruction Books, pri"e 25 cent.-'. The public are invited to examine these Accorde nr.s, having received the first premiums in every ex hibit on exhibited. HILBUS fc H1TZ, mar 24 Sole Agents. THE SUPERB PIANO, MANUFACTURED expressly lor the late eihi uon ill this city, by Bacon &. Raven, and which received a medal, is now on exhibition at our store. This magnificent specimen of fuperiei skill will be returned to New York at an early day, unless disposed of. We are authorized to aell it upon very reaaonah!e term*. We have also for sale that beautiful instrument, manufactured by Hallet, Davis It Co., Boston, which received the first diploma at the recent exhibition. We have always on hand a large and superior stock of Planus from the above manufactories. Old Piain ? taken in exchange. JOHN F ELLI8, 300 Pcnna. avenue, near Tenth street, mar 22? RETURNED TO BUSINESS? TO MY FORMER CUSTOMERS AND THfc PUBLIC.?I have tins day opcr.ed a new ?UK-k and am pn parcd u> get up all oidcr* in the very ; ieM &tyle fur those who may favor me vtith their patuobge. J. HIGGLES, Meri h int Tailor, D >lreet. 394, next df or to the Southern Teiegtaph Office. Seventh ttreet. mar V?eoOt EVENING STAR. FROM COffSTAHTlNOPLE A friend has famished us with the fol lowing extract from a letter dated Con stantinople, February 5, to a gentleman in this city : The war drags its slow length alone. here 13 M hseIe obJe?t of ?onrersation here. Much anxiety is felt among the friends of the allies for the safety of their troops in the Crimea. The daily ac counts represent them as being in the most wretched and deplorable condition. The English arc Jaifferin* much more than the trench, and the news that reached here yesterday states that they had abandoned their trenches to the latter. The army had dwindled down to some / 000 men ; and scarcely one half of that number capable of doing active duty. I p to this time, the greater por tion of the troops have been and still are living under canvass. The weather in the Crimea is of the most trying description* Constant rains, snows and frosts. The road from Ba laklava. the port to which the English provisions are consigned, long since has become so impassable, that it is found impossiWe to use it fthe consequence is. that the rations are not regularly received or served out to the soldiers, and they sulfcr from the want of food. The cold weather and the want of forage has been so destructive to the horses, that the commissary department are perfectly helpless. Fuel is to scarce that thero is not enough furnished the men to cook their food, much less to warm themselves I was told by a physician who recently returned from Sebastopol, that owing to the soldiery being obliged to live upon salt provisions, from the cold and damp that there was scarcely one free from scorbutic symptoms. The dyscnterv pro iuced by that disease had broken out and was daily carrying off hundreds. In audition to this, you can readily, as a physician, imagine what a host of other maladies these privations and exposure has engendered in the camp. If the hos pitals here, as I know from my own ob servations, where they possess every means requisite to render them efficient are in the most wretchcd and disorgan ized state, what must be the condition of those temporary places they call hospi tals in the Crimea. I am told that the patients there are obliged to be placed upon the damp ground with uoihiug around them save a blanket, and that the surgeons are without the proper medi cines. Could a state more wretched or miserable be easily conceived ? The sick and wounded are daily arriving here in azures, iuajiy suDerlug /Turn Hie tflcuu-, of the recent severe frosts. The hospitals here are filled to over flowing, and new ones are daily made. There are now over 2S.000 sick and wounded in them. This climate has a most deleterious effect upon wounds preventing them from healing I am sure, from what I learn, that of the im irense number that were wounded at Ajma, Inkermann, Balaklava, and in the trenches, not more than one tenth of them have survived. From what I have seen of the English surgeons, I must confess that I should not like to be a pa tient of theirs ; they cannot be compared, as a body, to those of the French. Their pay, I suppose, prevents men of any Aility applying for the army. A voung English doctor, who drifted out here in search ol employment, told me that after the immense number of wounded came down from Inkermann, rendering an ad dition to the small medical staff then here absolutely necessary, he thought it would be an excellent opportunity to obtain a desirable situation. lie crossed over to Scutari, called upon the chief sur geon of the hospitals, stated his case, and showed his diploma, and was told that he could come, have a bed in the building, and for his services would re ceive sevm shillings a day?scarcely more than a common laborer in America gets. Of course, he declined the proffer. The French hospitals, in all their ap pointments, far excel these of the Eng lish. Nor do I believe the mortality, in proportion to the number of patients, to be as great as the latter. 1 assure you, the most devoted Philo Russian could not desire the situation of the allied armies in the Crimea to be worse. The two most severe and inclem ent months of the year have yet to come. VVhen the spring opens, unless daily re inforced, the whole army will be reduced to but a small squad. This, without being killed by the enemy. I hazard the Crimean expedition as one of the greatest militarv follies and blun ders of this or any other age. Indeed, when one calmly reflects upon the whole opeiation, and sees the generals of two of the most powerful and civilized nations of the world?two that have been and are qpnstantly usurping for themselves all military science, embarking at such a season, and with such an army to cap ture perhaps the most strongly fortified city in the world, defended by as brave and obstinate soldiers as any in Europe; one cannot but say with the old proverb, 44 whom the gods wish to destroy they first make mad." C. S. Collecting Monby under False Pke trnces ?Two Smart Women.?Mr. of the Sixth Avenue, complains that two females have been for months past col lecting money professedly for charitable purposes, in this city, under false repre sentations, wholly for their own benefit. One of them is called Mrs. , and to give her credit with the benevolent she is called a "Tract Distributor." She is said to be about SO years of age, of middle size, light complexion, black eyes and hair. Her general appearance is genteel, intelligent, and prepossessing. rl he other lady is about 40 jcara of age, rather tall and graceful, dark com plexion, and dark blown hair, black eyes, land usually wears* faafoonable straw bonnet and blue veil. The remainder of her dress is changeable; sometimes black silk, and sometimes brown figured do., and brown cloth figured shawl, or what ever be.11 masks her perfonnmces. She calls herself by several aliases, as occa sion and circumstances require. She professes to have a* good an educati >n as any man in America?that she can speak nine different languages, and teach four correctly. Is mtima dy acquainted with many of tbe sovereigns, princes, princess es dukes, lords and ladies of Europe, and the West Indies, with the presidents, heads of departments, and ladies of now;, Ac. in this country, She is extremely pious on all suitable occasions?win be extremely ill?in deep affliction. or in a dying condition in a moment, if necessa ry, to gain sympathy. Her rosidenoe iv at present unknown. She goes out but little by daylight, often crossing the street or otherwise changing her course, so that it is very difficult to find her hiding plac. These worthies collect whatever they can themselves without givii.g true ref erences and induce as many other.* as pos^.ble to beg lor the destitute pnd af flicted. while they themselves generously receive whatever is collected aud ititcwl to the distribution of xt gra'ns.' (From corre-p 'it.lrncr of N. V. l?nitT Trmsa J AN ABOLITION 1ST BODE OS A T5ATI. BL*CK-HEl\ AND SKm litOM lows OX TBS CAEs Gbebxsbobo', (Ia., March 18.?There was a disgraceful mob here on Saturday, the 17th. I was attracted by a c.owd on the principal street. On drawing near, I flaw a young man of about twen ty-two years standing in the inlist of the crowd. They were asking his name, which it appears he declined giving. I inquired of a bystander what th? exoite ment was. He informed me tbe young man " had declared him&elf an abolition i-t, and it net agreeing with the' -cn<i reents of the people, they had a notiuu to m>b him." II? was told to leave the place, but lie declined. Some exclaimed, ?4 Hang him!" " Tar and feather him!" 44 Kide hiia on a rail!" Others, more moderate, proposed to send hiui frjni town. All were in favor of his leaviug : and those that were the least cxcited ad vised him to leave. He was asked where he was from ; he aiswered " Maasaohu setts." i saw him leave the crowd and go to the hotel. Soon he came out and walked past the crowd, going in the direc'ion of the depot. The leader of the mob, wno I was told was the sheriff, swore he should not leave the town, and went in cha-e ci' him, followed by several others. Not knowing what they might do, I concluded to follow, and, if 1 could be of any ser vice, to tender it, he appearing to be a stranger here as well as myself Un uiy way I passed some young ladies?stu dents of tho Female College. Thsy in quired what was the matter. 1 answered, " They say there is an abolitionist in town.'' Some exclaimed, "Tar and feather him !"?others, 44 Ride him on a rail !" I passed on, and found him in tront of a minister's dwelling. As soon as I arrived, I told the leader I wished to speak with him a moment. He said, 44 If it was about that man, he would uot hear it." At this point the man broke and they after him. He jumped a picket fence, and entered a dwelling house, went up stairs, and hid himself in a wardrobe. They searched the house a long time be fore he was found. I tried to reason w:Lh seme, persuading them to give it up aud let him go. But they were so cxcited I did not know but they would lynch ma if I said much more 1 went up town, and soon th ? mob came back, making all sorts of hideous noises, with their prisoner on a rail, car ried by negroes. The Sheriff drew his pistol, and wou'd have shot him if we ll ad not interfered. Alter getting in town, they had a negro to black the pris oner's face. Some said "put in viu?.g*r and nitrite of silver," etc. After brack ing him, be was sold at auction. H*w much he brought, I can't tell, as I did not hear the bids, but hrard them eying him off while I was at tea. The u.e>l? took him to a drinking-saloon, and had the niggers hugging and kissing :um. He bore it like a martyr. They said they would kill him if he resisted. A search warrant was procured to search his bagpage, to see if he had any Aboli tion documents, and all that was found any way suspicious were three copics of the New York Tribune. While at the drinking saioou; uiey in dulged quite freely, and some got m^re than they could bear. The second in command of this mob was a factory hand, and, I should judge, a very poor one, who never owned a ue gro, and more, never will, if one may judge from bis ragged appearance The cars left at 11 o'clock in the evenirg:, and he was put on board and sent to Au-^ gusta. While at tho depot, the Sheriff and Marshal had a fight, and ihus eade ? this mob of Greensboro*. MaRTiN*. Lawrence did not jar it.?The mem orable and patriotic cry of Comtnodor* Lawrence, 44 Don't give up the ship !" it is said, is a bogus speech. What Law rence did say were these words, which, according to our idea, are quite as em phatic as the above, and a little moie American in expression, 44 Fight her till she sinks!" A correspondent of the New York Cou rior is the authority lor this, he Laving seen a person who was present in the cock pit of the Chesapeake wh*n the offi cer upon whom the command devolved came down to Commodore Lawrence, after he had been carried below mortally wounded. (H7"?4 Bridget, where's tbe Ua-kettle?" 44 Please marm, Mr. 0 Neil, tbe Mir boarder, is waih-o^ h.a in it." ? The last that wad Btsa cl Air. O'Ntil, lie was going down the fiont stoop, , about six inches in advance ot to empty -1 oo*l scuttle.