Newspaper of Evening Star, January 3, 1856, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated January 3, 1856 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. "?EVER MIND THE MITTEH, JOE." l.ook up. dear Joe. with brow of brass, F?mt that giddy flirting lass. And let h'*r transient Intake pas*? i hough sorely fanrv-smitten, Joe TherVs good flih In the deep, broad sea, Spor'lng there bright, fair and free. And one, 1 trow, thine own might be? So never mind the mitten, Joe. 1- orget thai girl's ensnaring glance ? She skim* right prettily the dance; Her v.iin. proud air*, and dr^ss, perchance. To halls of mirth are fitting < Joe. But mark my word*?with such a wife Tied to thy hand and purse for life, Thy black and blue dais must be rife? So nevir u.ind the iritteu, Joe. I know one?she never were l- pon her finger* golden ore, Krnbraclnc pea?ls and gems a score : (Mayhsp thon'lt th'nk I'm twitting, Joe ) rarely at amusement seen ; In simple robes, with modest mien. And face and form like beauty's queen She never gave the mitten, Joe. *"F?c why ?" she ne'er with frothy arts Raised idle flames in silly hearts, Then feasted on the dying smarts Of fools so quickly bitten, Joe. Oh woo her like a man of sense, Secure such worth and Innocence Forget that tin vied lilt's offence. And bless her for the mitten, Joe. How thk Modest Max was Mistake* ? The Lowell Courier is responsible for the fol lowing : ' In a neighboring city, at Thackeray's lec ture. .1 tew evenings since, a young gentle man, the modest man of his sex, and no less polite than modest, wad sitting in a pew rather remote from the light. A pretty lady sat next to him. Looking on the floor during the lec ture. he espied what ho thought was the lady's handkerchief, the lace trimmed edge just visible from under her drefts. Turning to his pew mate he gallantly whispered, "You've dropped your handkerchief, madame!" and before she could reply, he proceeded to pick it up. Horror he had seised the edge of her pot s&trt., and did not discover his mistake until the top of a gaiter boot stared him in the 1 ace and the faint sound of a laugh just nipped in the bud by the application of a rent hand kerchief warned him of his mistake Moral ? Don't attempt to pick up any thing with lace to it before you know what it is. Masonic Fixrral ?We find in the Albany papers an account of the funeral of Narcisse Raymond, who had requested, before his death tho l*?t honors of the %< mystic tie." On ar r \ ing at the grave-yard, a circle was formed by the or ler around the coffin and the solemn and beautiful funeral service of the order was performed by the High Priest of Temple R A Chapter. A white lamb skin apron was placed in the coffin and the grand honors were given iind each member pa?sedaround thecoffinand dropped in it a sprig of Cassia, emblematical '"that though the body moulders in the d?3t, yet there is a better and immortal part which lives beyond the grave and never dies." The coffin was then placed in the vault. The cere monies were eolemn and impressive. hr ^*7 are having sleigh rides by moon light in Boston now. little girl being sent to a shop to pur chase some dyestuff. and forgetting the name ot the article, said to the elerk. "John, what slo folks dye with ?" " Dye with ? why, chol era, sometimes," replied John. "Well, I believe that's the name. I want to get three cents' worth. LP3 ' Charley, whore is your father?" "I don t know, mother, but I guess he's gone over to Deacon Dilberry's pasture after his black sheep, kase I seed widler Higgins going over that way." Charley caught a licking before breakfast next morning. An old lady who did not know whether her plantation was in Virginia or North Caro iina, found, when the line was drawn, that ehe wits a resident of the former. " Wall," said she, "I am glad I don't live in North Carolina; it was always such a sickly place." The staging on which Dobbs worked, ^?roke its fastening* the other day, pluuiring *Dobbs and two pots of p.iint into tne front sirena.^ Wow, wj should like to propose the following question Why, w;t? Dobb*. on that occasion, like a s!o<^> of war that fights till she >.iiks ? Do yoy give it up ? Because he went 4lown with flying colors. MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. VRO* TBI UJtlTRD 9TATR3. Nitwit. for Day Daitlc New York....Liverpool....Dec. 36 FROM ICROPK. 4'aolflr Liverpool New York.Dec. 15 Arago Havre New York..Dec 19 4'arusda..... Liverpool Boston...... Dec. 22 iZr The California steamers leave New York cm the Sth ?ud 2Wfc of each moath. jl ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL liOTELS. Autieaal U?tel?william git. J K Andrew*. Pa Col J K Green, Mas* J F Walter, Va K L Homer, Va H A Howe. Md H Abbott, Md ? Humes. NY G T Hubbard, Mass i> I.owe. do S Kverett A ly, NY W D Bell. Fa R S l>am< A ly. do H tireelev, NY MP Jones, USN H F Smith. Fa D Clarke, Md J II Mauck, NY H W Mason, NY J K Jones. Pa J H Boardman A ladv, J II Starln Ft Arbuckle Mass A 11 Dorr. NY F B Wheeler. NY K Bruce. Ky li A Diggs, Md F 7. ell, NY J Waring, do * W Hall, do W Hie key, DC N Lord.jr, O A Ginals, Md Cut Shuttleworth, LSM W G Howard, do AN H Terrlll. Va DC Dlgges A son, do W Datmold. NY A B JiMuon A ly, ind U I. Hume, do T F Bagly A ly, Pa Miss B T Huuie, do J W Campbell A ly do W B Brooke, Md Hrewas' Hatal?* r A m. browm. K W Brooke, Md J Cloud, Md A D Brook, do H Harvey do Mr Dyer, do J C Hart A mother, lnd 1* C i; Adams, do T Mitchell A sister, do ? Dr Hunter, Md K <. Plowden, do T Holgrove, d.? K M Spark? do J A Bell, Va J B Adams, do Mrs S Bell, do J C Asb< om. do Miss Mudd, do B Hodg-s. do. J A Owyun, Md C Tracy, NY JL Hall, DC Dr A \> Ma*seyand ly, J Baker, Md Conn S T Stewart, Va J M McCorutlck, do N B Brantly A ly do Maj C Hepburn, Mo KJJ Mitchell, <> J Hepburn, do G C Maasev, DC W ?ilar<ls' Hstsl- j c. A h. 4 . willarb. "W S Winder, Md Hon G temble, NY A Hunt, NY J V Garvin, do K H Turner, Miss Dr Brvan, do ?: Carprater, do K D Hudson A ly Conn K Cook. Ala J H M ay wood A ly,NY K Kiddie, Mass F 8 Kobe its, Miss A F 11111. DC M T Hoover, Md * Hoyt, NY W W Colbert A ly, O A W Habersham, lTSN C Moom-v, NY j H Charles, A ly, Ala F K Cooper, Mass Miss Charles, do W Bralf, Kngland B A Harding and lady T 1. Kmory, Md Conu J Whiting, Panama ,Mlas Harding, do fe.rkwseJ Hsisa -j. h A a. IiRiwoil K K u e.'l/ord, Jr, Va K W Downman, Va J K i'liompaon. do J J Downman, do A ?? Wharton, N V T Scott, do K l.aa?ing, do CC Hongbton. Ill F it Komievl Fa S West fall, NY I. A llariiiou, l> 11 Wtfstfail, do \\ Kiddick, Va T C Morallee, Va T Stews, do Dealer's Hotel?m a dkxter. Hon A G Talbot, Kv SB Seiton. Md \\ A Jarboe, dr. Md H C Holmes, o F M Talbot, ly, Ky W L Norris. Md T J Buckley, ly, Va J Cammack, da Judge Burnett NY J Scott, do "W S Kowland, do W E Bartlett, ly, do Called fctatss Hotel?m. e. uacrhrt Judge Anderson, DC W Burdltt Mass F \V Bright. NC J H Benne't, N Y J Burro>#s, fa M l*Kaaion,Ill K BaU, O i C Greenville, Gs C Aultman, do T Scott, Me American Hotel?h*?i.mow*r A lovrtt Alburtis, Va H C V\ is? u t* F Purvis, Md J W,?*f ^,h' * F M Kephart, do C#j*'DC I. Casseliyo L V rost, do I'apt Kephart, V? ??MKf ^ straffs SW'15 'Wigs and Ton pees made on the shortest notice. in-T '?* assortment of Lilies Hack Braids J'"t arrived from New York. dec 1 l-e?3m t 111NA I-HLW5 1-KARTHEMWARK ! ?t. purhbll a son, x*n IMPORTERS, |Xy have Just receivt d per ship Ell wood Walter, from Liverpool and other source*, 137 packages of the above goods, of new fnd Patterns, making thefr assortment (which Is very extensive) now complete. Amoni< these good* we have? ^ I" rencn and Eugl i?h China, Gold-band and plain detached a> ^ ware In sets and pieces Wtaltc-Granlte, Blue printed, and Lustre-band lea, Dinner, and Toilet sets, and any article Rockingham and Yellow ware In variety: Parian. Terra Cotta. and Wedgewood ware, such as Vases, I itcher*, \\ atch Boxes. Butters, Cigar holders, Candlesticks, Cut, Pressed and Plain Ohusware of every description, Bohemian, Frenchand German Glass, Vases, Mugs, Wines Bottles, Caroffs, Decanters, Ac. S*,tors' Spoons, Forks, Cake and Card Baskets, Tongs, Ac. Cutlery, Fine and Common, in sets of 51 pieces, and knives only; Waiters in sets and sepa rate, Lamps. Girandoles. Ac } Common Goods suitable for retailing, to which the attention of country merchants and storekeep ers are invited. y *.'!/* .al*>ve w. sold Wholesale and Retail at the very lowest prices for Cash, or eood paper at short date, at CHINA HALL, ill Pennsylvania avenue. H-.V#0<1LC.arefuiIy to any distance end ln anV I^rt of tbe City (ft* ofcharge ..[iMll r?r>ff8' Winchester Republican, and Marlboro' Gazette ] dec5-eolm UNITED STATES~MA1L. Post Office Department, Dec 21, 1855, PROPOSALS FOR CARRYING THK * "J*1!? of the United States from the 1st April, , the Ji>th June, 1858, inclusive, on the fol lowing route lu KEN I'UCKY, w! 11 be received at tne Contract Office of the Post Office Department S2.L $cUy,0? Washington, until 5, p m , of the AHh day of February, 1856, (to be decided by the 1st March following,) on the route and in the time herein specified, viz: ?7S From London, Ky , by laurel Bridge, Mc Hargue's Mill, Lynn Camp, Barboursvllle, r lat Lick, Cumberland Ford, Yellow Cumberland (Jap. (Tann.,; TazeweU, Syc amore l'horn Hill, Bean's station,and Mar shall's Ferry, to Kussellville, 98 miles and back, three thnesa week, in Ahorse coaches y months, and on horseback the residue of the year. London Monday, W ednesday, and t riday at 6 a m Arrive at Russellville next days by 12 m L^wRussellville Monday, Wednesday, and r riday at 2 d m Arrive at London next days by 8 p m. NOTES. No pay will be made for trips not performed, and for each of such omissions not satisfactorily explained three times the pay of the trip will be deducted For arrivals far behind time as to 2k,co2nMlon wlth depending malls, and not sufficiently excused, one-fourth of the compensa tion for tbe trip is subject to forfeiture. Fine* will be lmno.ed, unless the delinquency be promptly and satisfactorily explained bv certifi cates of postmasters or the affidavits of other cred itable persons, for neglecting to take the mail from or into a post office; for suffering it to be in jured destroyed. robbed, or lost; and ?or refusing after demand, to convey the mall as frequently as the contractor runs, or is concerned In running vehicles on the route The Postmaster General may annul the contract for repeated failures to run aoreeably to contract, for disobeying the post of fice laws or Instructions of the departmeat, or for assigning the contract without tne assent of the Postmaster General. The Postmaster General may alter the schedule. He may also order an Increase of service on the route by allowin" there for a J!T0 rata increase of the contract pay He may also curtail or discontinue the service in whole or in part, at pro rata decrease of pay, if j,e allow one month s extra compensation oii the amount of service dispensed with. The bids should be addressed to the Second Assistant Post master Gereral, superscribed " Miil proroinl< for Kentucky. ' The contracts to be executed and returned to the department by or before the 1st of April, 1856. For further particulars as to con ditions to be incorporated ln the contracts bidders may see pamphlet advertisement for conveying mal.s in Kentucky. Tennessee, Missouri, and Iowa, of 185-1 JAMES CAM CHKLL, dec 'J2?law I w Postmaster General. MARBLE WORK? MARBLE WORK! FOR SALE. 'pilF. SUBSCR1BKK HAS ON HAND A vf,. vVm rtcaii and I tali in MARBLE MONUMENTS, of beautiful design and highly finished workmanship, to which he Invites the attention of the public, Persons In want of Mon uments, or any other kind of marble work, will find it to their advantage to give him a call The marine and workmanship Is of the best quality and will be sold as low ts similar work can be obtained at the North. Also on hand, a large stock of highiy finished MARBLE MANTELS, which will be'sold at re duced prices ? v. ALEXANDER RUTHERFORD. Marble and Brown Stone Yard one door from 13* street, opposite National Theatre nov 10?eo&m (Union) United States Patent Office^ t Wash ington, Dec. 15. 18 C ON THE PETITION OF FREDERICK E SICK ELS. of New York. N. Y., praying for ine extension of a patent granted to him for an improvement in "Valves In Steam Engines," for seven years from the expiration of said patent which takes place on the* th day of May , is.-^, ? Disordered that the said petition be heard at the I atent Office on Monday the 5th day of May 1*\j6, at 12 o clock m.; and all persons are notified to appear and show cause, if any they have, whv said petition ought not to be granted. Persons opposing the extension are required to file in the Patent Office their objections, specially set forth in writing, at least twenty days before the day of hearing; all testimony filed by either party to be used at the said hearing must be taken and transmitiHd in accordance wfth the rule* of the oifif e, which will be furnished on application The testimony in the case will be closed on the 26th day of Apiil, 1856, depositions and oth?r pa pers relied upon as testimony must be filed in the offi. e on or before the morning of that day the ar guments, if any, within ten days thereafter Ordered, also. that this notice be published in tne t nion, Intelligencerand Evening Srtar, Wash Ington, D C.; Penusylvanian, Philadelphia, Pa ; Journal of Commerce, New York; and Post, Bos ton, Mass ; once a week for three successive weeks previous to the 6th day of May next, the day of CHARLES MASON. t> w . ^ Commissioner of Patents ^ ? t-ultors of the above paper* will copy, and send their bills to the Patent Offi. e with a paper containing this notice. dec id?law3w . . [No W? ] hotter of the. dixrortttnnanre of the United iat Vandalia, in the State of Illinois. jVOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IN .?I ?f la^'and ln vlpw of tbe report of the land officers at Vandalia, Illinois, the va ii? m sald. dUlr,rt 18 reduced below one hundred thousand acres the Sicketixy of thi Interior has directed that the land office at Vahdalia be discontinued, and the lands re malnlng unao.d at the time of the dincontinuance be made subject to sale and entry at Springfield, in Ham state Lands remaining unsold and unappropriated bylaw, and subject to private entry at the land office now discontinued, will cease to be subject to entry at said i.ffice from date of the receipt of notice to that efi'ect by the register and receiver thereof; and the land officers at SfB iSIOF i kld will give public notice of the day on which they will be prepared to receive app icatlons for entries of any siiCh lands at their office Given under ray hand, at the city of "Washing ton, this t*th day of December, A D 1855 THUS. A. HENDRICKS, Commissioner of the General Land Office dec 11? law6w . - INo ???] ISatte* of the location of the two land o/tires of the Surveyor Central in Kansas and Nebraska Territories "E IT KNOWN, THAT, IN PURSUANCE ?f I***1 section of the act, approved 2id July 1864,creating two new land olttcea for the l?rrltorlei of Kansas and Nebraska, and of the flrst section of the same act. establishing the office of surveyor ('ciu>r*i for said Territories, the office for the Ox a ii a distkict' B ^Omaha dutkict'' has been located at Omaha Cut,the seat of govern ment of N ebra^ ka Territory; and the office for the '?Paw<?kx dis tsict,' and of the scrvsyor srxekal, at "Lb TerrHory1" liie **** ?' K0Veri"n^nt of Kansas Given under my hand, at the city of Washin" twenty-sixth day of November, A. D. By order of the President: THOS. A. HENDRICKS. Commissioner of the General Land Om e. nov 29?law6w STUART'S CANDIES. IUST RECEIVED, PER EXPRESS, ONE O c*se of Stuart's celebrated STEAM cANDY coaslsting of Sugar Plums, Vanilla Cream, an<i other kinds. 1* or sale at Z M P. KING'S. 2W Vermont avenue, corner 15th and I sU lo ? Information for Traveler*. ORANGE * ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD r Great Southern Mail Ling ? T WIl'K DAILY (SUNDAY NlUHTS PXCEPTEH) Bflwecn WashingtonCity ami the South! VIA: ALEXANDRIA, GORDONS V1L L E, AND RICHMOND. l<raT? Washington at 6 a. m and 7 p m. Fare from Washington to Richmond 85 50 OMNI BUSKS and BAGGAGE WAGONS will be at the Washington Railroad Depot to con vcy PASSENGERS and BAGGAGE, Fret of Charge, to STEAMER GEORGE _ l*A(iE,for ALEXANDRIA,a dls-^^^aS-S. tan< e of six miles, allowing ample time for .Nieals. Tickets procured on the boat. Expedition and Comfort are secured by this Route, as It is a comtisrocs link or tirst class kaii.roab from ALEXANDRIA TO RICH MOND. THROUGH PASSENGERS and BAGGAGE carried without cost to the Depot of the Petersburg Rail road J. R. NICK LIN, dec 7-tf Ticket Agent, Alexandria. PEOPLE'S NEW STEAMSHIP LINK, Between Baltimore, Alexandria, Wash ington aad Georgetown* HE NEW AND COMMODIOUS STEAM Propeller DIAMOND ST^TE., T1 will run regularly once a weA i mi?mm tween the above ports r leaving Baltimore on Sat urday afternoon, arriving at Alexandria on Mon day morning and a* Washington and Georgetown Tuesday morning. Returning, will leave Washington Tuesday af ternoon : Georgetown Wednesday morning, and Alexandria Wednesday evening. For freight anply to BEN J DARBY, S9 Water street, Georgetown, D. O. nov 37?eolm WASHINGTON BRANCH KAILKOAD. (11IAINGE OK HOI KS.?(in and after Mon J day, the '_':{d instant, the Trains will Leave Washington at fi and a. m , and 3 and ?X p m On Sunday at 1% p. m. Leave Baltimore at 4 ? and Vj{ a. m , aad 3 aad 5* p m On Sunday at 1 if a ra. ap23?tr T H. PARSONS, Ageat. T CUK MOUNT VEKKON. ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.? FARE, round trip, 81; from Alexandria m 75 cents.?The steamer tu rTiiwiV COLLYER leaves Washington at U/and Alexan dria at o'clock. Coaches leave the Capitol for the boat at 8If o'clock. Coach fare 10 cents. Per sons wishing the coaches will leave their residence with George ft Thomas Parker. Refreshments on the boat. oct!??if SAM'L GEDNKY, CaptilB THE NEW YOIM AND LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES ^ MAIL STEAMERS. 1H15 SHIPS COM PR 131N G THIS LINE . aw the A TLANTIC, Captain West, PACIFIC. Captain Nye, BALTIC, Captain Comstcck, ADRIATIC, Captain tiraftca. These Shir s have been built by contract, exprese ly for Government service; every care nas been taken In their construction, a3 in the engines, to insure strength nnd speed, and their accommoda tions for pa?*sf r; g; -j are unequalled for elegatce ?ad comfort. ruca ov ratcisa. Fro* New York lo Liverpool, i* irstcabia, SIM Second cabin, - - - - 7t Exclusive use o? extra size state i^ms, - 300 From Liverpool to New York, - .t30 aid Aa experienced Surgeon attached to each ship. No b< rth can be secured until paid for. F ?* freight oi passage apply to edward K Collins a co., X Wall straet, New York. BKOWn, SHIPLEY A CO., Liverpool. E. C EO.JERTS A CO . 13 Ring's Arms \';jd. Leadoa JOHN AlUXROE A CO ?t Rue Notre Dane dc< Vicicires, Paris. GEORGE It. DRAPER. Havre. The swners of these ships will act be account*. Me for gold, silver, bullion, specie, iewelry, fe elous Btcaes' or metals, uaiks bills of l^dliiW ure sign d therefor, lad ;he value thereof iherelu ex pressed. aov 18?ly ET KAILKOAD DIRECT TO THE WEST. Tims bstween Washington nnd Whsollng oat 17? hours ! Runmng Time between Washington and Cincinnati 27 henra !! TIKOaoU T1CXXTS AXO BA6QA6B cnicif TO B ? HA1) IN WA.?Bl:tSTO*. The halt:moke ajio oi:io hail KOAD ha'vinggreatly Improved its Western connections, now oilers the fullest Inducements to Travellers between WASHINGTON. BALTI MORE, and all portions of the WEST, NORTH WEST, and the SOUTHWEST. The connection between the Trains from Wash ington ai.d the Trains bound West from Balti more Is always promptly made at tbe Washington Junction (lately called the Relay House) 9 miles from Baltimore. This is the omy change of cars required between Washington and the Ohio river. Baggage is checked through to WTheelln<' at the Washington Station. and rech?cked trans ferred there, (with the passengers) without charge, for those homing Through Tickets for points be yond *1 he connecting Trains leave Washington daily at 6 a. in. and l)i p. m. On Sundays at the Litter hour only. At WHEELING dind connection Is made with the trains of the CENTRAL OHIO RAIL ROAD, running ftom Belial re, on the Ohio, near Wheeling, through Cambridge, Zanesville, and Newark, to COLUMBUS. These trains connect at Newark with ihec:irs of the Newark, Mansfield and Sandusky Railroad for Sandusky, Toledo, Deuolt. Chicago, St. Louis, etc. At COLUMBUS the C. 0. Railroad trains con aect with the fast trains of the LiltU bUatni Kail road to Xenln, Cincinnati, Louisville, etc. Ai XENIA (on Little Miami Railroad) conniption is formed With the trains through Dayton, to Indian a polls, Terre Haute, Lafayette, Chicago, Rock Island, St. Louis, etc. \rj~ Passengers holding Through Tickets for teiapki$} Vicktlurg, hatchtM, Nut Orltans, eic , Which art* ?l.~o soli at Washington?are trans ferred at Ci icinnatl to the Mail Steamers on the uhio. Tick ra for Evansvliie, Cairo, cr.J St. Lo".l* are scld oy this route. 1QT F'?r CLEVELAND, and via Cleveland to Toledo. D?'rolt, thlcagn etc., tickets are s.old, when the <-hlo i? navigable between Wheeling and WeUav'iia (forty miles) where a connection with the Cleveland rud Pittsburg Railroad Is Ma^e. Traveler* sre requested to 20ti?e that while this Is tho 'inly route altfirdlng Thrr.ugh Tlcaeta and Checia in Washintrtob, it is aiito the shortest, most speedy, and dlr^t to nearly all the leading points In tiio great West. The distance from Washington to Clnclnoati Is but (55o mlie.-;, being about 10?J miles shorter than by any other route! FARE, BY THROUGH TICKET, FROM WASHINGTON To WhtJellng, 5<j; Colum bus, tti3 05: Dayton, SIS 50; Cincionatl, 818 00; Louisville, Dy lailroad, 81B tf5, by steamer from Cincinnati, 818 00; Indianapolis, S17 50; Cleve land, *1'J SO; Toledo, SIS B0; Deuolt, 815 *J; Cnlcago, tW-und 819 00: St Louis, fio 50 and Memphis, S'-W: New Oricaas. 931; etc. II^TFOR FREDERICK AND HARPER'S FERRY.MART1NSBUKG, CUMBERLAND, BERKLEY SPRINGS, BEDFORD SPRINGS, PIEDMONT. OAKLAND, and FA1RMOUNT, passengers muy Uave Washington at 6 a. m. or p m. For the mluor way stations between Baltimore find Whu>llng, take 6 a. u. traia from Washington. UJ-1 or trains to and irom Bultiuaore, A a&polln, etc., see special advertisements. UuT"For further Information, Through Tickets, Ac , apply to TIIOMAS H. PARSONS, Ageat, at Washlogtoa Station. JOHN H DONE, Master of Transportath a, Baiiimore aad Ohio Railroad, Baltimore. May 3?tf OAUTIER'S Ladies' ami Gentlemen's Elegant SALOON AND RESTAURANT, Conducted on the plan of Taylor tr Uelmonicoyi Nero York. IADIES AND GENTLEMEN CAN PRO Jt cure at all hours breakfast, LUNCH, DINNER and SUPPER, served In the best style at a few minutes' notice. All the delicacies of the season constantly on band. Members of Congress and others taking rooms can make desirable arrangements on moderate terms to have their meals furnished. Elegant dining rooms and parlors for the ac commodation or messes or parties of gentlemen desirous of taking their meals together Strangers vis ting the city will tind this estab lishment a great convenience, and are respectful ly Invited to call and examine it C GAUTIER, dec 15 "^olm 25* Pennsylvania avenue. MINCE MEAT. Mince meat of superior quality. made from Virginia Mountain Beef and Fruits and Spices of the purest and best quality, und 'f mjf own supervision, for sale at my store, corner or Vermont avenue and 1$tb st/eet. nov 13 Z. M. P. KING. _ THE ttRLAXbtt'I MEDICAL DISCOVERY OF THE AGE. I)r. KENNEDY, of Rtibiry, Has discovered in one of our common pabtbrb wiips a remedy that cures EVERY KIND OF HUMOR; FROM TBI WOI*T SCROFULA DOWN TO A COM MON P1MPLK. Hk has trikd it in ovkr eleven hundred cmm, and never failed except In two cases, (both thunder humor ) He has now in hia possess ion over two hundred certificates of its vir tue. all within twenty miles of Boston. Two bottles are warranted to cure a nursing sore mouth. One to three bottles will cure the worst kind of pimples on the face Two to three bottles will clear the system of biles. Two bottles are warranted to cure the worst

canker In the mouth and stomach. Three to five bottles are warranted to cure the worst case of Erysipelas. One to two bottles are warranted to cure all humor in the eyes. Two bottles'are warranted to cure running of the ears and blotches among the hair. Four to six bottles are warranted to cure corrupt and.runnlng ulcers One bottle will cure scaly eruption of the skin. Two to three bottles are warranted to cure the worst case of ringworm. Two to three bottles are warranted to eure the most desperate case of rheumatism Three to (our bottles are warranted to cure the salt rheum Five to eight bottles will cure the worst cases of scrofula. A benefit is always experienced from tbe first bottle, and a perfect cure is warranted wh?n the above quantity Is taken. Reader, I peddled over a thousand bottles of this In the vicinity of Boston. I know the effect of It In every case 80 sure as water will extin guish lire, so sure will this cure humor. 1 never sold a bottle of it but that sold another; after a trial it always speaks for itself. There are two things about this herb that appears to tr.e surpris ing; first that It grows in our pastures, in some K laces quite plentiful, and yet its value has never een known until I discovered It 111 1846?second, that it should cure all kinds of humor. In order to give some idea of the sudden rise and gTeat popularity of tbe discovery, I will state that In April, 1851, 1 peddled It, and sold about 6 bottles per day?In April, 1S54, 1 gold over 1,WK) bottles per day of it. Some of the wholesale Druggists who have been in business twenty and thirty years, say that no thing in the annals of patent medicines was ever like it. There is a universal praise of It from all quarter?. I n rny own practice I always kept It strictly for humors- but since Its introduction as a general family medicine, great and wonderful virtues have been found la it that 1 never suspected Several eases of epileptic fits?a disease which was always considered Incurable, have been cured by a few bottles. O, what a mercy If it will prove effectual in all cases of that awfui malady?there are but few who have seen more of It than 1 have. 1 know of several cases of Dropsy, all of them aged people cured by it For the various diseases of the Liver, Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Fever and Ague. Pain in the Side, Diseases of the Spine, and particularly in diseases of the Kid neys, Ac., the discovery has done more good than auv medicine ever known. No change of diet ever necessary?eat the best you can get and enough of it. Directions for Use.?Adults one table spoonful fier div?Children over ten years dessert spoon ?1?Children from live to eight years, tea spoon ful. As no directions can be applicable to all con stltdtlons, take suilicient to operate on the bowels twice a day. MANUFACTURED BY DONALD KENNEDY, No. 1'iO Warren street, Roxbury, Mass. Prick, Onk Dollar. Wholesale Agents?Ntw York City, C. V CL1CKNER, ei Harclay street: C. H. RING, I?h2 Broadway; A B. A D. SANDS, 100 Fulton ?tr*?et. Philadelphia, T. W. DYOTT A SONS Baltimore, BROWN A BROTHER, CAN BY A HATCH Alexandria, PEEL A STEVENS. At Retail by all respectable Druggists in the United States and British Provinces, and also by the Druggists of this City. oct'21-ly DOCTOR KOOFLAND'S CELEBRATED <E>trman Bitttrs, PREPARED sr DE. C. M. JACKSON, Philad'a., Pa., WILL EFFBCTUALLT CURB LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUJTOICE, 4?/ironic or XervouM Debility, lh*toM of tk* Kidney*, and all diieates wiring from m dis ordered Liver or Stomach. Such as Constipation, I award Piles, Fullness, or Blood to the Head Acidity of the Stomach, Nau ?.ea, Heartburn. Disgust for food, Fullness, or Weight in the Noniach. Sour Eructations, Sink ing or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stojnach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering ot the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensations when in a lying Posture, Dimness of Vision, Dots of Webs before the Sii<ht, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head, Defi ciency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, l'aln In the Side. Back. Chest, Limbs Ac., Sudden Flushes of Heat Burning In the Flesh, Constant Imaginings of Evil, and great Depression of Spirits. 1WE PROPRIETOR, In calling the attention of the public to this preparation, does so wi'b a feeling of th" utmost confidence In Its virtues and adaptation of 5: to the diseases for which it is recommended. It is no new and untried article, but one that hai stood the test of a ten years' trial Defore the Amer ican people, aiul its reputation and sale is unri valled by any similar preparations extant. The testimony In Its favor given by the most promi nent and well-known Physicians and individuals, In all parts of the country Is Immense. The fol lowing from North Carolina Is respectfully sub mitted, referring any who may still doubt, to the "Memorabilia,'' or Practical Receipt Book, foi Farmer:; and t ami lies, to be had gratis of all th? Agents for the tier man Bitten. Principal Odice and Manufactory, l'JO ARCH BTREivA', l-H i LADELPUIA, PA. TESTIMONY FROM NOKTH CAROLINA ff?rtf Dr. if Hmtik, u[ Ptnt Hill, Rith? mend .V. V. Pin a Hill, March 4,1854. D*. C. M. Jicxsftrt, Philadelphia?Dear Sir: 1 have bei'n a subject cf Dyspepsia, In its worst form, for the last fivo years. Such was my condl tlon for twelve months thr.t the physicians and all who saw me said 1 m ist di*. \\ bile in this con dition 1 wa* carried to the watering places in Vir ginia, Tennessee, and .\Torth Carolina, but was not benefitted by any water to which 1 was taken. While oa my way home I stopped a wtek at Ruth erford ton, a email village in North Carolina, tc try the effect of some Chalybeate water la thai Slar.e. About the laat of the week I weut into a tug store to get aotnc medicine for my child and myself. There were several cf the village physi cians In the rjtore, u:id one of them seemed to take some interest In my case, and, after asking me ?cine question?, said he had been a dyspeptic, and had been greatly benefitted by the use of HOOF LAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, prepared by you, and he insisted that I would try the Bitters. He also called the next day at my room, and in sisted so much that 1 would try them tbai I asked him to get me one bottle. He did It, and 1 com mencedtaking U as directed, and I was more ben efitted by it than all the water and medicine 1 had ever taian. After reaching home one of r.iy neighbors came to me far a prescription and medicine, (he a dys peptic,) and I gn*?? him nearly all the Bittern 1 had left, which effected much good In hia case. He has often called 011 me lor snore of the same kind of medicine, saying be was more benefitted by it than any other he had taken, but 1 have not been able to get any more for him or myself since; will you, therefore, please ship me a dozen or more as soon as po3sible. Respectfully, yours, W. SMITH. D. R HOOKER, Roger's Stare, Wake Co.,N Q., October 1HS1, says: " Having experienced very great benefit from th? ?ee of HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS 1? Chronic Dysentery and functional derangement 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, Ac., Ac. certificate of wm. j, at wood mvmtsvillb, Yadkin Co , N. C. > November 1st, 1855 J Dr. C. M. Jacfcson?Dear Sir: AUow me to ex press to you my sincere thanks for your discovery of a medicine which, to say the least of it, has ef fected a cure that all other medicines, that I have taken, have entirely failed to do. HOOFI*AND'S UKRMAN B1TTF.RS have cured me of the most stubborn and aggravated case of the files that, perhaps, ever fell to the lot of man. My case Is not a stranger In this community, as 1 am well known in this and the summndlng counties, and can truly say that my recovery has astounded all my friends and relations, as 1 had tried everything recommended, and nothing did me any good un til 1 was prevailed upon to try the Bitters. You are at liberty to make any use of this communica tion for tbe benefit of the a A Ictod, yon may think prc??r. Truly, youra, WM. 4 ATWOOft. These blttera are tntirtlf *igtt&bU, they Invig orate and strengthen the aystemf Bevcr prostrate It, and can be used for intents as well as adults. For sale by res pec table dealers everywhere, and by Z. D. G1LMAN, Washington; J. L. KID WELL, Georgetown, and J. R. PIER PONT, Alexandria. mar I?ly Toys in endless variety, at the Kmporlum of Fancy Goods HJtt Pa. aveuue. 1 . dec U> ELLIS. > V ttttXTA PJiftCJHA TKKTN. THE UNDERSIGNED HAVK BEEN IN the habit of wudine eir pttroui to l>r. Cosbv for D*-utal operations for a number of years, feud take pleasure in rrcoinmeudiny htm to the citi zens of Washington a* the best uxUh extractor and dental operator that we have ever met with He Inserts teeth open every plan that is practised in the United States S?o. P. Ho 4??? Ml* B. w. Tdwlca. x D. * V. P?jrne, M. I), DDS Jehu K. MIU?r, M. I>. J?mM Bryant, M D O. F ChaiBbvrthi, M. O , M>f?. C H. H?rrt*. M. D. S.B.ntl p. Brown. M O. WyUie lia?!?y, M l> B tl rrurlxo, M. I). Orilce over I- ord A Bre No. 39U, corner of 11 tb street and Pa avenue nova??6m* GUTTA MERC HA TRETII. DRt O. M UN SON, AT 31U PA A V EN UK, is mounting Teeth on a Gutta, Percha Base. Also, with Allen's pat ent continuous Gum. combining beau-* tv, str*n^th am^cleanlines*. ' Dr M is determined to keep pare with every Improvement in Dentistry. *"d will strive to please ana profit his patrons. Birmnci: Rev Dr. Gurley, Hon. R H Gillet, Dr llinney, Hon. 8 A Douglas, Hon. C Mason, Dr R P Patterson, Hon A O P Nicholson, Dr. R Coolidge. And the Mt'dical Faculty of Georgetown Col lege. nov23?tf IIOMK MANUFACTURE*. P A IRVIE W C0TT01T W OBKS, NEAR THE CANAL BASIN, ALEXAN DRI A, FITZPATRICK ft BURNS. Proprietors, and Manufacturers of COTTON YARNS. CAR PET CHA IN, SAIL TWINE. WRAPPING TWINE, CO AD AVE, COTTON BATS, fc. Orders from merchants in Washington respect fully solicited for an v of the above article*, whleh we will deUver in Washington lower than can b* had in Baltimore or other Northern market* All orders will meet with promptattention, by address ing as above. F. ft B. oc 1?tf ACADEMY OF MUSIC. IN PURSUANCE OF THE DESIGN OF this Institution, viz : thediffuslon of the knowl edge of Music, and a cultivation of the public taste for the higher order of the Art, the ACADEMY OF MUSIC proposes to give a series of FO U R C O NC E R TS : and, with a view to a<ld as much as possible to their popularity, the Great Works of Beethoven, \l07art, Mendl'esohn,Spohr, Hummel and others, relieved by lighter compositions, will l>e pro duced witn the- irreatest possible effect, both in the Orchestral and Vocal departments. The plan of admission will be the same as that adopted by the Academy of Music in l^ondon, vir: by suktrription only, the terrrs of which will bt 95 for the four Concerts, entitling the subscril?er to three tickets of admission to earh Concert. Subscribers nam*-* may be immediately received at the bookstore of Messrs. Taylor ft Maury; at he Piano store of Mr Davis, and at the Music Stores of Messrs H il bus and Zantzinger; also at the Academy of Music corner Ninth and D streets (Open daily from 10 till ft.) oc 15?tf TOFII AM tc NORFLIT'H NEW AND CHKAP SADDLE, HARNESS AND TRUNK STORE, 49'J Seventh st . opposite ? >dd Fellows' Hall. It MESSRS TO P II A M . late of Philadelphia, and fets*' ?HI^norki.k r of this city, ? respectfully announce to' their friends and the public, that they have com menced the Saddling Business at the above stand, where they will make and keep constantly on hand a large and superior assortment of? Mens', Ladles', and Boys' SADDLES, BRIDLES, \1 A R T1N G ALES,and WHIPS HARNESSot every description, both for city and country use All kinds of TRUNKS, VALISKS, and CAR PET BAGS Ladies'SATCHELS, TRAVEL ING BASKETS.and FANCY \\ ORK BOXES. HORSE BI.ANKKTS, COVKRS, COLLARS, and HAMES. Horse, Spoke, and Dust BRUSH ES. CARDS, CURRY-COMBS, SPONGES, ftc.ftc. All material used will be the beat that can be obtained; and both of us having been practical workmen for several years, we feel confident that oar work cannot be surpassed, either for style or durability. By unremitting efforts to vlve satis faction we hope to merit, and respectfully solicit, a share of public patronage. Pasticular attention paid to covering Trunk* and repairing all kinds of work. Sadalers' tools constantly on hand, no* 7?tf TO ALL THAT VALUE THEIR SIGHT WISHES to call the attention to all that -nffer with defective sight, caused by age, sick ness and particularly from gia-ses injudiciously selected, to his superior SPK''TAC!.ES and GLASSES carefully ground by himself to a true spherical accuracy, und brilliant tra' .parency, suited precisely and beneficially to the wearer ac coidlng to the coucavity or convexity of th?- eye. Very numerous are the ill effects <an&cd to the precious organ of sight from the commencement of using glasses in not l>elng precisely suited, by the use of ait Optomtter; ana the practlceof many years, enables him to measure the fo< al disease of the eyes, and such glasses that are absolutely re uulf-d will be furnished with precision and satis faction. J. T acknowledges the very liberal encourage ment alieady obtained, and further solicits the pa tronage of these that have not yet availed them selves of his aid. Persons that cannot conveniently call, by send ing the glasses in use, and stating how many inches they can read this print with th?ir specta cles, can be supplied with such that will improve their sl^ht. Innumerable testimonials to be seer,; and ?efer enoes given to many who have derived the greatest eaue and comfort from his glasses. Circulars to be had gratis, at his offlee. No. 512 Seventh street, three doors from Odd Fellows' Hall, up stairs. NoavoLK, September 7, 13S4. Sir?The Spectacles you made for me suit very well, and seem to have improved my sight more than any othei I have lately tried. LITT. W. TAZEWELL. I Lave tried a pair of Spectacles obtained Mr. Tobias, and find th?m of great assistance to my sight, and corresponding with his description of the focus. 1 recommend hi ru as a skillful opti cian. iiENRY A. WISE. Mr. J. 'Joint: Sir?The pair of Spectacles yo* furnished me yesterday are'nartlcalarly satlsfhe tory to sue. Tncy are very decidedly ih; best I possess, arid I am the owner of eight or nine pair, carefully selected In different places and from op tic'ans recommended to me on account of their Brofeesional standing in Lngiand, France and the nited Slates. I have been also pleased with your remarks and directions ou the treatment ?( the e, *, for the purposeof pr6M>rvhi? andimpiov leg the alj-ut ilcapectfully, yours, CHAS CALDWELL, Pro!asjor of M. C., Louisville, ty. LTNCHBVks, Nov 10, 1 aW. Mr. Jiha Tobias having ftirni3hed me witk Classes, by which I have been greatly aided (my vision having suffered greatly from reading at Bight in my earlier life) it affords me the highest fdtasuie to s.i,' thai 1 consider him 3 skillful j.-ac Ical cptirliu, a:;d well prepared to all tiio&ti who ?ay need his proftaalonal seivlees WM. II. ROUZIE, Elder of Methodist ConfercsM. Wtt.miph?tom, N. C., Jan. 47, 1854. Mr. J. 1osi4s: Dear Sir?I am happy to say that the Spectacles which 1 obtained from yoalast week are entirely satlsfiictory. From an Inequal ity In the visual range of my eye#, 1 have hereto foie found great difficulty la getting gla^vs of the proper focal distance. It affords me pltumure to state that, by the aid cf your optometer, this diffi culty has been happily ohvlated so that theglatsea you furnished me are decidedly the best adapted Is kv eyes of anv I b>ive ever yet used Very respectfully, yours, K B DRANG, Hector of St. James' Parish Department of Interior, May 7,1655. From natural defects and the unequal range of ?y ey<- s, 1 have been compelled to use glasses for several years. 1 have tried different opticians wlthont obtaining glasses perfectly fitted to my eyes. Four months since Mr. Toolas made two pairs especially for me, which I have found to serve me perfectly. By the line of his optom<*ter he is enabled to adapt Glasses minutely to the eye. 1 most cheerfully recommend Mr. Tobias to all having occasion to use glasses, and bear my testi mony as to his Bklll as an optician. HENRY E BALDWIN, Assist. Seo'y to slg> Land Warraats It ib?tf ___ BOYS' WINTKK CLOTHINU. F. HAVE THIS DAY RECEIVED A large addition to our usually extensive assortment of fi-st quality Boys' and Chlldrens' CLOTH ING, which we will offer to our custom ers and the public at unusually low prices. Our stock oonsists in iiart of? OVKR COATS and TALMAS Fine cloth ROUN DABOUTS and JACKETS Fine and common PANTALOONS Silk, Satin, and Merino VKSTS W hite and colored SHI RTS UNDERSHIRTS and DRAWERS CAPS, SUSPENDERS, HOSIERY, ftc , Ac. Making our stock of Boys' and Children's Clothing very large and complete. WALL ft STEPHENS, SB Pa avenne, bet. #lh and tOth street. _dec8 (Intelftlilobe) next to Iron Hall. CULT'S, ALLEN' ROBBINS, aad LAW rtnceftCo.'s patent revolving hammer, five and six barrel PISTOLS. Also, a good assort ment of single barrel Pistols, from 75 cents to S5 each. American RAZORS of the best quality, every raior warranted. For sale by E K. LUNDY, dec 11 No. UB Bridge street, Georgetown. W Carter's SpanWh Mixture " ? t? *mm nn l v r; v R OF TM F BLOOD THE U RF.AT PURIFIER OFTHEBLOOU! Brat Alterative K?ew?.. WOT A PilT ICLB JtXKCVUl IX lJ .... An Infallible remedy for Scrofirl?.. Kin? siKvll, K tiPumatUm, Obstinate Cntanenii* Eruptions, pimple* or P<*tnl?i on the face. Hlotrbe*, Moil*. Asrue and Few, Chronic Sore.r.yea, Rlngwoim or Tetter, Scald Enlarge ment and pain of the Hone* and Join to, Sail Rheum. Stubborn Ulcer*, Syphilitic Dlsordera, and all dlaeasea arlalng from an lnjudlr ious use of Merrory, Imprudent m Life, or Imparity of the Klood. w . w m THIS treat remedy, wblrh bu wome ao rap idly and ao Justly celebrated for ito ?**traordi nary efficacy In relieving and ciirlng many of the most obstinate and terrible form* of djaeaaa with which mankind la affTctt*,l? now offered to the public, with the conident assurance that n<. Mus ical DtfCorftT ever made ha* been ao eailMu successful 1 n ruriap Hraorri.*, and a 11. p <* Baa a ? o? tbi Blood,as CARTER S SPANISH MIA TURK- N . .. The proprietor* are receiving by ??J nuU moat flattering and astonishing detail* of cure* made in all part*of tha countrr. and in most caaea where the skill of the beat I'hvalctana had bera rledlnvaln . . . . Its power oreT the Blood k truly remarkable and all diseases arising ftom impurity of the grant Sdat or Lira have been relieved and cured with - out a air,tie failure, out of the tv ouwands who have a?ed It Carter * Spanish Mixture contain* no Mercury, Ophim, Arsenic, or any dangeroua dru^s, out 1* composed of Root* and Herba. eom oined with other lngredlentsofkr.<?wn virtue. *nd may be given to the youngest Infant or moat de bilitated invalid, without the least possible heal tatlon. We have only room for ahort extracta from the volume* of testimony in our possession and all from gentlemen of the highest ieaportability, wf\* known in their various localities. Please read for rosrselves. Wc take s/reat pleasure la calling the attention of our readers to the merit* of Carter a Spanish Mixture is a remedy for diKWs of the blood. It enjoys a reputation In this city unequalled by anv other preparation.?Dat/jr l)iip*tck, Rtekw.onm, ^The Hon Join M. Botts.of Va ,?avs be consid ers It a matter of duty to add hla test'rr ony to the virtues of Carter's Spanish Mixture, rao* actual personal obbkkvatioh of its remarkable cura tivc powers for thf in vhich it t* uaed We have been cured of a violent and protxatUcd Liver disease bv Carter's Spanish Mixture. Wf know It to be all It profuse* ? Editor Soutk*id$ U'tnocrnt, Fttertbvrg, fa. We have found from peraonal trial, that Car ter'a Spahlsh Mixture la a truly valuable medi cine.? Ed. Verg***t* Indfjitndtnt. Vt. GREAT CU HE OF SCROFl'LA - A pr^t roan in our employ was cured of SrrofUla of a vtr ilent character by a few bottles of Carter's Spaa ?sh Mixture, afteT everything else had failed nth cum v<hich tavp come under ouf owi owcrft |od, prove* to u* conclusively, th*t is really a val table in< diclnal agent. We take great p.?*asure ?n railing the attention of the aAlcted to Ito mer ts?Jfcrkmond Rijmblitan. SYP HI LIS.?I have seen a number of cure* of Sv'phiils performed by Cart r's Spanish Mixture. I believe it to be a perfect antidotr for that horrl >ile disease. ill R TON, Com. of Revenue for cltv of Richmond. LIVER DISEASE ? Samuel M. Drinker, of the llrm of Drinker A Morns, Booksellers, Rich mond, Va . wa< cured of Liver disease of several years standing by only three bottles of Carter'a Spanish Mixture". OLD SORES, ULCERS ASD OBSTINATE E RU PTIONS ON THE SKIN?See the cure if Mr. Harwood, and oth*ra, detailed In our Al nanac The number of auch case* cured by Car ter's Spanish Mixture, preclude* the posalbUity jf inserting then, in an advertisement. EFFECTS OF MEKCOKY.?See the cura of Mr. Klmore. lie wju. eaten up with Mercury and :ould obtain no relief, unth he took >lx bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, which perfectly restored aim to health and vigor. NEURALGIA ? Mr F Iloyden. formerly of the Astor House, N Y . but more re.-^ntly propri etor of the Kxchanyp Hotel, Richmond, wascured of Neuralgia by Carter's Spanish ft?xture. Since :hat time, t.e says he has seen it cure more than a hundred case?, of the disease in which it isus^d. He never fails to recommend it to the ^?lcted RHEUMATISM ?Mr. John F. Harrison, Druggist, of Martlnsburj<, Va . writes ol the aia gular cure of a violent caae of Rheumatism. The patient could not Wwik. A few botOes eatlrely 'ured him SCROFULA ?Mr. Harrison al*a writes of a ^reut rure of Scrofula, In the person of a young lady, (of three years standing,) which all the doc tors could not teach. Six bottle's made a cure of her SYPHILIS ?Vt X T Hendle,of Washing ton, D C , whoemed an oi?s;1r..iV of s>-phT lis by Carter's Spanish KMctnre. s-'iys "It act* spe cially on the Ulood, Liver and Skin and is pnnnpt and edlcient In its results " l>r. John Minge, formerly of the City Hotel, R Ichmond, now of Alabama, aav* he ha?* seen Carter's Spanish Mixture administered in a num ber of rases with astonishingly good effect. He recommends It as "the most etkclent alterative la *SP." SALT RHEUM AND SCROFULA - Mr. Jos Robinson, of Wooster, Ohio, was cured of Scrofula and Salt Rheum of three year-< standin^T by only three bodies of Carter's Spanish Mixture. WM S BKKRS A CO , Proprietors. No 3wl Broadway, New York. rj* Price SI per bottlr. or si* bottles for #5. For sale by CHAS. STOTT, Washinrton. D. 0., and Druggists generally. oct 1?ly 80METHIN6 TO OLD AND VOUN1. PROFESSOR WOOD'S EA1E BESTOSATIVS. TpH IS prenaratlcn, although less than twe vi?ra I b fore the pidallc; owing to lis wond? .-ful ef fect u^iou the h>:maji hair ..nd scalp, Las already obtained a celebrity and aa'.e perfectly un paralleled. It has without the ordinary appliance used for such purposes, wou lis way, and been heartily welcomed to most of the cities and towns in the United State*, the Canada*, and the Wat India Islands. Nor la this result surprising when It Is re member.-d that Its popularity Is based upon Its merits, solely as established by actual teats. That thi- preparation will actually Restore gray II ilr to its Natural Color, produce a luxuriant Erowthupon the htsds of the bald, preveut the air from falling off", and wnea used a* a tonic ar ticle. produce a continual flow of tne natural fluid aud tuns render the hair soft, ?loa-y and wavy, destroy disease* of the s< alp, and eipel dandruff, the certificates of distinguished gentlemen aud lad! s In ? very part of the country who have tried It, ana therefore *peak what they know nr.->*t ful ly attest. That by a proj?cr uae of this Restorative the ha! r can be made to attain aud retain its natu ral color to almost any age alotted to humanity, by removing the cause of disease from the scalp no matter how long standing?the concurrent tea timoulals of the prt-sa and the ci rtlflcates of nu meroua rcspectablo Individuals of both sexes, to Ike use of (ills curative, as well as of the recom mendation* of editors aud certificates before allu ded to, can be h^d of all age its. Bbookfiki.d, Mass., Jaa 13, lrift. Prof. W ood?l>ear Sir?llavlug made trial of your Hair Restorative, it gives me pleasure to aay that Its effect has b- en excellent In removing in flammation, dandruff, and a constant tendency to it. hintr, with wh!ch 1 have been troubled from childhood, and has alsoi euU .- 'd my hair, which wai becoming gray, to* ta original ooter 1 have used oo other article, with anything like the um pleasure and proli Youra, truly . J. X. UflAffd, Pastor of Orthodox Church Ikookfleld Cailui, 111., June ?7, ls53 1 have used Prof. O. J. Wood's Hair Rests/s tive, and have admired Its wonderful effect M? hair was becoming, as 1 thought, rrematurely gray; but by the use of hla "Kfator. tlve'? It baa resumed Ito original color, and l have no doubt, permanently ao. SIDNEY BKF.ESK, Li .Senator ValicdSUtea. Ptot. Wood Dear 81r?My hair comraeaoed falling bSfsome three or four yearsalace. and con tinued to do so unUl 1 became quite bald 1 tried all the popular remedies of the day, but to no ef fect, at last 1 was induced to use your celebrated Hair Restorative, and am very happy to say It la doing wouders I hav? sow a tne growth of young hair, and checrfnlly recciamead Fto use to all aimllarly afticted A. C WILLIAMSON, III Snewnd street. Addre?a O.J WOOD A CO.. Proprletora, 31* Broadway, New York, and 1H Klarket street, St. Louis, Mo C. STOTT A CO., whoiaaaie and retail Ageal, Washington. f W DYOTT A SONS, ?eaerai Wholeaal* | Agent. Philadelphia, Pa. an 1?It OLOWOOU CCMKTEATi Office Na. viM-i pa. mve.? corner loth street, (ovn thi saviiio'a bahi.) I^HIS CEMETERY la laid out on the plan of the celebrated U reenwood. of N ew Y ork, and tltuated on the high ground distant one and a quarter mile* north ??f the Capitol?North Capitol itreet leading directly to the gateway. This Company have secured a charter from Con frets, appropriating their ground forever to burial purpose*, making a fee title to the purchaser, and prohibiting all encroachments from legislation or otherwise, which la of vast Importance to those who wish their dead to repos*- where they have placed thc.n, for It has become a custom In all other cities when the burial ground becomes valu able for other purposes, to aeU It, aud throw tbe dead promlscously Into one large pit, and legal measures cannot prevent It, as no title* are givrn to the ground. N II ?Ofllee open from lfl to IS o'clock a. m., where Pamphlets, containing the Charter, By Laws, and a map of the ground, and all other in formation, can be obtained. All orders left with Mr Jamea P. Harvey No. 110Seventh street, or aay other undertaker, will h? promptly attended to. )e to?ly