Newspaper of Evening Star, January 11, 1856, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated January 11, 1856 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. SONG OF THE YAKEE CLOCK PEDDLER 44 Ha-on de doo ? Want to buy a bra** clock, cheap, mum ! First rate lira*- keeper# they btj; Only h?ar how slick they click, Better buv a clock of me Run eight day* and don't get tired, Wind 'em up they'll run agin. Ouaraatee em for a year, mum, Free from every trl.-k and sin Just see the plckter* painted on em? Naou aiD't they hansum plckters?*av ? 4t Don't like men folk* painted on 'em." Guess 1 well Vm every day. They've got hand* up 'fore their facc*, Actio' m<Kir*t all they know " You don't like 'em ??here are others, I'alnted women?all the go? (Out of my hand* Into youri?mum ') You won't find them clocks *o slow ! Find It all you neea !" Moral ?And *he bought it, and she thought it, (as she found it when she wound It,) very *:heap In-dtfd! "Always be prepared for death." This wm the admonition of n Missouri elder, as he placed iq his son's belt two bowio kniye* nod a pair ef revolvers. |y Why i* Pr?few>r Longfellow's "Hiawa tha. ' according to some of tho critics, like a fish 7 Because it* main good c|u&lilies are at tributable to the Fin* ' ed^a tricni of ours is becoming a philoso pher. lie sleeps in an alley, and performs hia toilet at the pump. Tho money market haa no terrors for such a man. ty Nobility and gentleness go hand in band, and when I see a young gentleman kind to bis mother, and gi'utie and forbearing to his brothers and sister*, I think he has a noble heart. ?jjT The following question is now before the Sand Lnko Debating Society: ? Which do women like be?t?to be hugged in a polka or *|aecxed inatlclgh?'' We ahall issue the decision in an extra. A gentleman rode np to a public house in tue country, and asked '? Who ia the mas ter of this house * ' "1 am, air," replied the landlord, '-my wife haa been dead about three weeka." Id* There la a man in Winchester, Mans., who ha* lived so luug ou corn bread that his hair has turned silk, like that which grows on the grain, and his toes are so full of corns that lie expects to see them covered with husks next year. % Mrs. Mulloncy writes from Cork to hor aistcr in this city, that her cousin Bridget died in August l ist. "She ate Indy male," sho *ays, till aii* got the "Cornelia Morgus," which carried her off in le^s time th.in you'd muff out a candle. The letter may be seon by calling on Alra. Mulloney's sister. V*T A young lady, who appears to ba well read in Ovid and 4kThe Arts of Love,'' recently enel<>?ed tho following to liar unfortunate swain : Gr;?at J eve when melted to a tender mood, Oul?ed a* a bul! a royal maiden wooed, But'kou mart innocent than Jove Ay half, T?y wooing i-oULy do, gulsed at a mlf. MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. vaox TUI VHITBD STATU. Aitsu. L sorts For Day. Anu-o New York....Havre Jan. 12 Canada B ston Liverpool.... J an 16 Atlantic New York Liverpcol....Jan 10 Edinburgh New York... .Glasgow ....Jan *> Hernianu New York....Bremen Jan 26 America Hexton Liverpool....Jan 3o Per?la New York....Liverpool....Feb 6 FuUon New York....Havre Feb 9 Arabia Boston Liverpool....Feb 13 ran* Kcaorz. Atlantic Liverpool New York...Dec 29 .Beigique Antwerp New York ..Jan 1 America ......Liverpool Boston ......Jan 5 Africa Liverpool New York...Jan 9 Baltic Liverpool New York... Jan 12 AraVia Liverpool Boston Jan 19 Pacifi- Liverpool New York...JanVI Persia Liverpool New York... Jaa 2t> The California steamer* ieave New York On the 5th and fcltth cf each month. ABRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS. Na'ienal llettl?william ewy. C G Wood, Mass w T Hacker, Pa A Herbert, Va J Sides, do F Marburv. do J Schoonmnker. NY R Fowle. do SO Wyman Md P Hooe, do Col Hlckey * ly, DC E M Burge*s, Md Miss Hickey, do J S Wortbington, O Miss R Hlckey, do A Dyon, Tex Mis* R Davi*, do H G Batterson, NY Col / W Tate, l*a J)r Knight, Pa T H Murray, do J H Weedon, Md F W Bennett, Md A Cance, Mass Z Barnum, do Cap C Welch A ly, Md B S Calwell, Va E Kelly. NY V/ E Bartlctt, Md J Y Halllck, do P Santer, do J C Cwl, do Rev F W Rolfe. do M P Jones. Va C Stanley, do L G Ridgfly, .Md l)r G R Dennis, do P Dillon, do R N Snowden, do J J Myerly A it, do M B Young, do Brewas* H*u1-t. ?. * u. liewil, C H Craft, Md T J Wood, Md 64 of ?he La Orange Op-J 8 H viand, Ky era Troup* P 8 11 yland, do E Cas^elberry, Mo Mrs Hatton. Mas* C Baker, Iowa S C Crawford, ly, Md R C Kimball. O Miss Holland, do J G tUdner, NY T C Cox, DO R G \\ ard. Va E W Winter, Md J S8?udiner, do XV J Kelllnger, do T S Pohnson. do J Lewis, Pa A Brig**, ly. do PH Cooke, Va T Hunt, ly. Mw W P Barks, Vld O Holland, do W G Beal, do Willarda' Helel??.e. A a. a. wuLaaa. F. F Phelns, DC B Bally, Ky P Aroerado, NY W S Walhridg e, DC C M Forsvth, DC R Lorimour A ly, Pa !M Davis, do Miss Lorimour. do D Rufllu. Va p p Sanders, I .a J h Mooie. do A M Mattersoa. do X A Price A ly. do H Wilkin*. Md Miss M K Price, do Cummlnea, ?C J W Randolph do P Cook, Va fi Chauncey, Md A Flaher, do Iktrkwead UtlM?j. a A a. Kisiwoea W K'lafce. Md S McEnUre, Mass A Naylor, do J Braddoek, Md G W Oilman, do M Caspar, NY S Ball, Va Rev E W Henninjz Va R W Waller. Md W Koehlincer, Pa' >1 Kil^eur, do Waited State* Hetel?a. c. aactnaT. J B Preecott, MI J M Bennett, Va J 9 Rees, Va E McEann, DC E Washington, do Mfsa Van Burcn, NY J Hilton, and 13 otter J 11 Dant, Md Jurors R S Lock wood, ly, NY Aim IlLkS AT 71 CENTS PER YARD. WE HA\E SELECTED FROM our stock of SILKS ar>out5<> pieces good style Win ter Silks, which we have marked down to 75 eta. and nut out on our Ublts Many pieces in the lot cost #1 15 and Sl-W per yard, bul we have deter mined to sacrifice theni lather than hold on for better prices U e nave also marked down our 62 and 75 cent Mo\is?eMnee to 10 cents, and Wool Plaids from 75 to 62 cents. F rench worked Collars we are selling at half JH ice rhe balance of our stock of Cashmereand Plaid **hawls ba* been reduced 25 per cent , in order to close out by the 1st February We havens bout 5i> Cloaks cn hand, which we wlU offsr at a very iimall advance on the cost. / Woollen Goods will be offered from this lime at kreally reduced prices. W ere*pe^lf,illy a*k the attention of Citizens, Members of Congress, and other* shopping for Fine Uoods. as our slot k consists of the best class ?f goods known to the trnde CLAGETT, NEWTON, MAY A CO., Corner of Pa avenue and 9th street jan 5?6t MARRIAGE GLIDE. DR. YOUNG'S POCKET iSCULAPIUS; Or, Every One bis ?wj^ Physician : Being observations on marriage Medically ai*d Philosophically ccnaidefed. as MANHOODS EARLY DECLINE, with dl rectl<"ns for Its perfect cure. Being a Cosfidcatlal Sileut Frk nd snd Private Adviser; followed by Observation* on the TreUment of Venereal Dis ease*. Goonorrhu*, Gleet, Strictures. Ac ; lUus irated with Cases Plates, and Diagrams, from Dr YOUNG'S private PRactick?-to be consulted without exposure, and with assured confidence of success Oaly 25 cents. Per sale by the Agent, ALEX. ADAMSON. on Sereaih st , opposite Poet OAce. dee 14?3m* nii'f stationery; AND PAPIER MACHE portfolios BLOTTERS, A?., at THE LAKES, 504 Pa! avenue. (too 8 WIU9 AND TOI PRKS. CITIZENS AND STRANGERS ARK RK spertfully Informed that the bent assortment of W IGS and TOUPEES are to be found at HEARD'S HAIR DRESSING ESTABLISH MENT, and WIG MANUFACTORY, Sixth ?t. National Hotel. Wiga and Toupees made on the shortest notice Also, a good assortment of Ladles Back Braids Just arrived from New York. dec 11? eo3m UNITED STATES .HAIL. 1'ost Orrici DKPAaTMRNT, Deo 21, la's, I>ROIit>SALS FOR CARRYING THK LT ;nf^e United States from the 1st April, iai8' inclusive, on the M t^Tl^n^tf?JCEN^UcKY'w,? birecelwd at of lhe Po,t 0lfire Depart meet. Mt?iV"hln?t?n, until 5, p. ra. of the il uyi?S Kebruary? leA6? (to be derided by the k?,?i f?IIoJwlnK')00 the route and in the time herein specified, viz: WTO From London, Ky , by Laurel Bridge, Mo Hargue s Mill, Lynn Camp, Barboursville, 'lit Lick, Cumberland Ford, Yellow Cumberland Gap. (Teim.,) Tazewell, Syc amore Thorn Hill, Bean's Station,and Mar shall's Ferry, to Russellvllle, 98 miles and back, three times a week, la 2-horse coaches 9 months, and on horseback the residue of the year. Leave London Monday, Wednesday, and Friday atC am Arrive at Russellvllle neit days by 12 m Leave Russellvllle Monday, Wednesday, and Friday atSpm Arrive at Loudon next days by 9 p m. NOTES. No pay will be made for trips not performed, and for each of such omissions not satisfactorily explained three time* the pay of the trip will be deducted. For arrivals far behind time as to break connexion with depending malls, and not sufficiently excuied, one-fourth <>f the compensa tion for the trip Is subject to forfeiture. Fines will be lmpo?ed. unless the delinquency be promptly and satisfactorily explained by certifi cates of postmasters or the affidavits of other cred itable persons, for neglecting to take the mall from or into a post office; for suffering it to be in jured. destroyed, robbed,or lost; and for refusing, after demand, to convey the mail as frequently as the contractor runs, or Is concerned In running, ?chicles on the route The Postmaster General may annul the contract for repeated failures to run agreeably to contract, for disobeying the post of fice laws or instructions of the department, or for assigning the contract without the pssent of the Postmaster General. The Postmaster General may alter the schedule. He may also order an Increase of service on the route by alloMtf ng there for a j ro rani Increase of the contract pay. He may also cur'ail or discontinue the service in whole or In part, at yro rtia decrease of pay, If he allow one month's extra compensation on the amount of service dispensed with. The bids should be addressed to tne Second Assistant Post master General, superscribed " Mail Pr0po?als for Kentucky.1' The contracts to be executed and returned to the department by or before the 1st or April, 185H. For further particulars as to con anions to be Incorporated in the contracts bidders may see pamphlet advertisement for conveying malls in Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri, and Iowa, of 18M JAMES CAMPBELL, dc 22?lawlw Postmaster General. United States Patent Office, > Washington. Jan. 3. 1?56.j PETITION of JONATHAN . , ' ?' Al-on, Illinois, praying for the extension of a patent granted to him the J2th day *i u. ' ! ' ^or animprovement in "Reapln" .Machines." for seven y-ars from the expiration of Ma^ch* V-Citi wliich takr* place on the 12th day D is ordered that the said Petition be heard at the I atent Office on Monday, the 3d day of March next, at 12 o'clock m ; and all persons are notified to appear and show cause, if any they have, why ?aid 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 davs ??fore tne day of hearing ; all testimony filed by either party to be used at the said hearing must be taken fv ^^"mitted i? accordance with the rules of the office, which will be furnished on application ... i.hei^t'm0i,v in tLe ra!*e will be closed on the ^l?t of February, lsifl; depositions and other pa pers relied upon as testimony must be filed in the office on or before the morning of that day; the ar guments If any, within ten davs therwkcr. _ Ordered, also, that this notice be published In the I nion, Intelligencer and Evening Star. Wa*h pSfii V-V; 'VK"\ Baltimore; Pennsylvania!!, lladelphia, la; Journal of Commerce, New Wrk; and Enquirer. Cincinnati, Ohio, once a wee* for three successive weeks previous to the hi ?ay March next, the d.iy of hearing charlkk mason." i? ? r.... ? Commissioner ol Paten's r. Kdltors of tfcs above paners will please copv, and send their bills to the Patent Office with a paper containing this notice. jan \?lawlw United Mates Patent Office, } Washimstox, Jan. 2, 13<y>( OVS?wPf-IlTION i?F 9 VV' bul''OCK, ,New ^?rk, praying for the extension of Z?** to b-,n on <i?y March, t?*i for an improvement la "prases for press ing hay, Ac," for seven year<from the expiration of Marc^H3?W ^ plare ca the day thiVl^?7Tii th*tthev."a4 T*>t,t,on he heard at the Patent Office on Mondav, the loth day of nottS4wfD<fM 8t l' ?'ci(>ek m-i a" personsare notified to appear and show cause, if any they 'twtllion 0:,*ht not tr> ** ?n oppos]ing the extension are required to 2f ^e, af#>nt !mC* thllr ohJf*tif>?s, specially tyLT at leairt twenty days before hfa^ng; all testimony l&?d by either party to be used at the said hearing must be taken and transmitted in accordance with the rules ,,r lTL?^,rhki' r1".* ?" ?pp??T? 2?fh ,Vp j^,,0ny ' Vhe rV w,u "nthe M-? ZZL bn*T\; deposition* andother papers re iVw^ " 'f ?llnonV must lie filed In the office on or before the morning of that day the sro-n wUhUl ten days thermit ^ fhe ^^?l]??, thU notlcs be published tn the ntelllgenoer' and Star, Washington, PhiLlJ^^'u 1,.nort''MdJ Kvertng Argus, Philadelphia, 1 aj Journal of' Comnwce, N^v we^k'foTihij T1' Moirton? Mass j once a th? ",^c^,lve weeks previous to the lwth day of March next, the day of hiring CHARLES MASON, p* vau , ^Commissioner of Pafceou j7. . ^bi^ve mpers will itimun send hel, blUs to the Patent okST will, ? nTTJ containing this notice. Jan ^-law^w tnited Mtates Patent Office, ) Washington, Jan 2, Ihsb J ( >Nwnli!THT,/uf>n of *?"?anial boh N ORTH, of Harmtv, Ohio, prsyjng for the dlvof \.?il <<ran,,>d '? hil" on the6ih '.? 'Ior an improvement in ' eon structtng heating stove,t " for seven v-ars fVnin ? thifa, WL,th ,,k~ It is ordered, that" th? said petition be hesrd at ! ^ePat^t Office on Monday, the ?|th of Mir h J . "Clock, m, and ai, ^ notifitsd to appear and to.'W cauj?e, ff ,-uiy thev have, w^iy said petition ought not to bo gnnied Persons opposing the extension are r^.iir. .1 to ^.o & transmitted in accordance w.ti (he m'e, of nV ,?r lin. a r rny ? i c'UM' wiU "" 'he lllh day of March: depositions and other imi- rs Mied ufKu, as testimony, must ia-fiie,! lathi..tee on or before the morning of that day; thcsr??. IiiU'r.' wltll'n ton days thereafter. " hilt tLU not,rc *?e r?uWlsli.>d in n i* 1?"' sndStar, Wasl1n.;ton. .?'?> Ar!aJ,*? Baltimore; Evening Argus, I'hlla deh>hia, Pa ; Journal of Commerce. ^.w \ o J fir thr?l?U Cincinnati, Ohio, once a wik \i i successive weeks previous to the 2t?h of March n*jt, the day of hearin?r CHARLES AlASON,# Commissioner of Patents. P. 8. Editors of the above papers will Hon**! copv, and send their bliU to thTpatr?t KS w th a paper containing this notice ' jail ;?lawjw TNo 619.J N??ee.?f, thfj Ht>rontr* of tk* United ofVU?,'! U Vand(Ut'r> in th* State NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT IN .P"!iS,i-'06 ?f law' and ln v!pw of the report of the land officers at Vandalia, Ilmno..' tK"? k JdUtncl '* r?d"ced below one hundred thousand acres, the Skcuktasy or thk IsTsaioa has directed that the land office at Vaxdalia be discontinued, and the lands re maining unsold at the time of the discontinuance in wld' **" t0 "?le and entry at Sl*K' Na'1KLD' In said State lands bylaw is remaining unsold and unappropriated o^Tnow'VjibJ*V toi,rlvale at the laud torntrv.T i csase to be subject notice to th^ eSf.1*! daUjof lhf ot thereof, and VSidl 1^d give public notic^of^h^"1 will be prepar^ to d7 which they will any such lands at their jCc " tOT pnlr,e,, ot ton/this SSflJZ D^m^eAClX ^ '^hln? ,, 1 HOS. A. HENDRICKS 4~.i-r.sir'ot""6mni *??. FI?J,ILK IVORY ? JUST RECEIVEtTlZr ? . ^ e*qoi?lte specimens of his tnsnafheta!! Including ''The Descent from the Cross.' JZl Rubens; ' The Flight into Egyi>t*" ?< a Hon. Uon of the Wise Men ," " Head o[ 6hrlst ?Vf2: Domenlchlno?Madonna; " Eece Homo " *c specially adapted for Christmas presents \t ' TAYLOR * MAURY^ dec 21?tr Bookstore, new st J Information for Travelers. OKANOK 4 ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. Great Southern Mail Line! IfTWICK DAILY <SUNDAY NIGHTS EXCEPTED) Between WashingtonCity an?l the South! VIA: ALEXANDRIA. GORDONSV1LLE, AND RICHMOND. Lcnrc Washington at 6 a m and T p.m. Pare from Washington to Rlohinoad N M OMNIBUSES and BAGGAGE WAGONS will >?e at tbc Washington Railroad Depot to con vey PASSENGERS an<* BAGGAGE, Frf* of Cknrgi, to STEAMER GEORGE PAGE, for ALEXANDRIA,a dla-*65Haab tance of six mile*. allowing ample time for Msals. Tickets procured on the boat. Expedition and Comfort are scored by this Route. a? It Is a co jut is cor s lineo* first class rail road raoM ALEXANDRIA TO R1CH MTHR'?UGH PASSENGERS and BAGGAGE carried without cost to the Depot of the Petersburg Railroad J- R NICKLIN, dec 7-tf Ticket Agent, Alexandria. WASHMHTOfl BHAHrH RAILROAD. 0 C1IIAMHE OF HOURS.?On and after Mon J dav, the :SJd Instant, the Trains will Leave Washington at? and H# a. m., and 3 and 4K p. m. On Sunday at 4# p. m. Leave Baltimore at 4* and 0* ?? m., aad 3 aad iX P On Sunday at 4# a. ra. apSJ-tr T. H. PARSONS, Agent. WOIt >10tNT VERNON. N TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS?FARE _ round trip.fcl; from Alexandria _ h. cents ?The steamer THOMAS COLLYKR leaves Washington at?. and Alexan dria at 9% o'clock. Coaches leave the Capitol for the boat at 0Jtf o'clock. Coach fare 10 cents. Per sons wishing the coaches will leave their residence With George A Thomas Parker. Refreshments on the boat. ?ct tf SAM' L ?EDN ET. Captain. THE NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES k!YI AIL STEAMERS. f|l?IE SHIPS COMPRISING THIS LINE A are the ATLANTIC, Captain West, PACIFIC, Captain Nye, BALTIC, CapUlu Corrstock, ADRlATIC, Captain Gr?Pna. Thrse Ships have been built by contract, cxpress ly fer Government service; every care has been taken in their construction, as in the engines, to larure strength and speed, and their accommoda tion* for parogen are unequalled for elegance Uu comfort. rates o? rAiiin. From New York to Liverpool, 1* ftrst cabin, fl2t Second cabin, ------ 7t Exclusive use of *itr* six* state reoma - 3P0 From Liverj<ool to New York, - and ?'19 An experienced Surgeon attached to each ship. No berth c?n be secured until paid for. P?t freight or pa-^ige apply to EDWARD K COLLINS * CO., i* Wall street, N<-.w York. PEOWN, SHIPLEY A CO., Ll-erpool, ?. 9. ROBERTS A CO., 13 Xing'* Armi Yard. T end?*. JOHN MUNKOE A CO.. St Rue Notre Daae des Vic.tciies, Paris. GEORGE H DRAPER, Havre. The owner* or these ships will not be accounta ble far gold, silver, bullion, specie, lewelrv, pre vious stores, or rart- ls, unless bills of lading are tipped thersfcT,and ttevelue Ihoreo* therein ex pressed aov 16? lv BY RAILROAD DIRECT TO THE WEST. Tlrat Detwotn Washington nnd Wt?liB| bnt 17 ^ hour* : Running Time botween Washington and Cincinnati 27 hoari!! TIlOtlH TIOKITS AND BAAAA6B CHK II TO >? BAll IN WA3HIN8TOH. milK HALTinOHE AND OHIO RAIL A ROAD having greatly improved Its Western connections, now otfers the fullest inducements to Travellers between WASHINGTON, BALTI MORE, and all portions of the WEST, NORTH WEST, and the SOUTHWEST. The connection between the Trnin* from W ash Ingtcn and the Trains bound West from Baltl moie is always promptly made at the Washington Junction (lately ca'led the Relay House) 9 miles from Bait,more. This Is the only change of cars required between Washington and the Ohio river. Baggage is checked through to Wheeling at the Washington Station, and reehecked and trans ferred there, (with tbe pa.??e,ngpr?) wlthont charge, for those holding Through Tickets for points be vpitd. The connecting Trains leave Washington dally at 6 a in. and 4# p. m. On Sm.days althe Utter hour only. At WHEELING dtrtrt ronntrUcn Is made with the trains of tbe CENTRAL OHIO RAIL ROAD, running from Bellaire, on the Ohio, near Wheeling, through Cambridge, Zaneeville, and Newark, to COLUMBUS. The*e trains connect el Newark with the cars of the Newark, Mansfletd and Sand'isky Railroad for Smdusky, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, St. Louis. c?c. At COLUMBUS the C. O. Railroad trains con nect with the fast trains of the Littlt Akamt Hail | rend to Xenia, Cincinnati Louisville, etc. At I XENIA (on Little Miami Railroad) connection Is formed with lh(.* trains through Dayton, to Indian apolis, Terre Haute, LoAyette, Chicago, Rock Ialand, St. Louis, etc. Passengers holding Through Tickets for M*mpkis. 7\emihMTg NzHk**, Ntw Oritan*, etc., which are also sola at Washington?are tran.* ferr?d at Cinelnn iti to the Mail Steamers on the Ohio. Ticket* for KTansvlUe, Cairo, tr.d St. Louis are ?old by tbls route. Por CLEVELAND, and via Cleveland to Toledo. Detroit, Chicago, etc , tickets are sold. When ine Ohio is navlgaDle between Wheeling Fnd Wellsville (forty miles) whore a oontiectlon with the Cievekad aad Pltlebarg Railroad Is made. Travelers are ri^qnestsd to aotlee that while this Is the only route allurd'ng Through Tickets and Checks la Washington, it is also the shortest, dfie? mt V r'af-h'^.g^on to Ttlnelnnatl Is but ft*! miles, being most sptedy, and direct to nearly all the lending points 1o (n? grent West. Th* distance fom ! vVa^h'Tieton toTM about l<?fi miles shoi-ti-r than by my other route ? FARE. BY THROUGH TIOKET, PK(?M WASHINGTON : -To Wiiccjing, fase-, Colum bus, fl:t l?eyu;n, V?; ClnoJnnaU, 00; I?oulsTllle, by railroad, gl? 65, by steamer frora CJlneinnatl. fin M Indianapolis, S17 W?; Cleve land, Tol?d<?, fis?<?; Detroit, |15 ?); Chicago, *>? and $13 !WJ. St. Louis, |MH 60 and %V>: Memphis, N?*w Orleans. |CSl: etc. FOR FREDERICK AND BARTER'S FKRK V, M ARTINSKUKG, <M)MBERLAND, Br.HKLFY SPRINGS, BEDFORD SPRINGS, PIEDMONT,OAKLAND,and FAIRMOVNT, ra-Liengerx may l.ave Washington at 0 a. in ot }% n m. Foi the ml/or way xUtloas between itaitiim-re and Wheeling, take 6 a. m. tiala from Washington. U^l- or trains to aad from Baltimore, Aatpolis, etc , k>.o sp?;clal advert Iscir.ents. liv* For further Information. Through Tleke?s, fc9 . apply to THOMAS H. PARSONS, Agtnl, at VVashla^toa Station. JOHN H. DONE, Master of Transportatloa, Baltimore aad Ohio Railroad, Baltimore, may 1?tf United Mates Patent Officp, ) Washington, Jan. 3,1?66. J N THE PETITION OF L. W. A G. W. n " BLAKE, of Pepp^rvllle, Mw*., praying for the extension of a patexit granted to them on the ?20th day of April, 1812, f<>r au improvement in '?Water* VVheeis/'for seven years from the expi ration of said patent, which takes place on the 21st day of April, 1H56: ' It Is ordered, that the petition be heard at the Parent Otficeou Monday, the 7th of April next, at 12 o'clock m ; and all persons are notified to ap pear and show cau*e. If any they have, why siid pe itlon might not to be granted. Persons opposing the extension are required to file In the Patent Office their objections, special ly 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 heaiing roust be taken and transmitted in accordance with the rules of the office, which will befurnished on application The testimony in ihe ca*e will be closed on the ?"th day of March, depositions and other papers relied upon as testimony must be tiled in the of. flee on or l>efore the morning of that dav; the ar guments if any, within teii days thereafter. Ordered, also, that this notice be published In the Union, Intelligencer and Evening Star, Wash a week for three successive weeks previous to the 7th day of April next, the d iy of hearing. CHARLES MASON, Commissioner of Patents. P. 8?Editors of the above papers will please eopy, and send their bills to the Patent Office, with a paper containing this notice. J an 4? Uw3w MINCE MEAT. liflNCE MEAT OFSUPERIOR QUALITY, MM. made from Virginia Mountain Beef and Fruits and Spices of tne purest and best quality, under mi own supervision, for sale at my store, corner of Vermont avenue and l#th street. n0T W Z. Jd f. KING. ? JHE GREATEST MEDICAL DISCOVIB Y OF THE AGE. Dr. KENNEDY, ef Rtxbarj, Ha* diwoTfri'd In one of our common rasTVBB _ * remedy that cure* EVERY KIND (IP HUMOR; F*OM TH? WOMT ICIOFCLA DOWN TO A COM MOH riMPLC. HE HAS TRIED IT IN OVER ELEVEN hundred cases, and never fnllqji except In two cases, (both thunder humor ) He ha* now In hln KMMMiou over two hundred certificates of Its vir e, all within twenty miles of Boston.

Two bottles are warranted to cure a nurslnn wore mouth. One to three bottles will cure the worst kind of pimples on the face. Two to three bottles will chw the system of biles. Two bottles are warranted to cure the wont canker In the mouth and stomach. Three to live bottles are warranted to cure the worst case of Erysipelas. One to two bottles are warranted to oure all humor In the eyes. Two bottles are warranted to cure tunning of the ears and blotches among the hair. Four to six bottles we warranted to cure corrupt outrunning ulcers. Oife bottle will cure scaly eruption of the skin. Two to three bottles are warranted to cure the worst rase of ringworm. Two to three bottles are warranted to cure the most desperate case of rheumatism Three to four bottles are war ran tod to cure the salt rheum. Five to eight bottles will cure the worst eases of scrofula A benefit Is always experienced from the first bottle, and a perfect cure lit warranted when the above quantity Is taken. Reader, 1 peddled over a thousand bottles of this In the vicinity of Boston. I know the effect of it in every case. So sure as water will extin guish fire, so sure will this cure humor. I never sold nbottle of It but that sold another; after a trial It alwnys speaks for Itself. Th?*re are two thln}>? about this herb that appears to nie surpris ing; Mrst that It r*rows In our pastures, In some Clace* quite plentiful and vet its value has never t-en known until 1 discovered it In 1*46?second, that it should cure all kinds of humor. In order tojtive some Idea of the sudden rise and ?reat popularity of the discovery, I will state that in April, 1853, I peddh'd it, ana sold aboutft bottles per day?In April, 1854, 1 sold over LOOU bottles per day of It. Seine 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 ftoin all quarters. In my own practice I alwnvs kept It strictly for huinorn?Hut fflnce It* Introduction mk a general family medicine, great and wonderful virtues have been found In it that 1 never suspected Several cases 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 awful malady?there are but few who have seen more of It than I have. I know of several cases of DronKy. all of them aged people cured bv It For the various diseases of the Liver, Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Ft ver and Ague. Pain in the Side. Diseases of the Spine, and particularly In disuses of the Kid neys, Ac., the discovery has done more good than any medicine ever known. No change of diet ever necessary?eat the best Von ean get and enough of It. Direction* for Use ?Adults one table spoonfnl per dav?Children over ten years dessert spoon ?Children from five to eight years, t^a spoon ful . As no directions can be applicable to all con stitiitions, take snfilcieut to oi>erato on the bowels twice a day. MANrFACTfRED FT DONALD KENNEDY, Wo. 120 W'irreH stittt, Koxtt-ry, filoLSt. Prick, Onk Dollar. Wholesale Agents ? New York City, C. V. CI.ICKNER, 81 Barclay street: C. H. KING, liM Broadway; A. B. AD SANDS. Km Fulton street Philadelphia, T. W. DVOTT ft SONS Baltimore, BROWN ft BROTHER, CANBY A HATCH. Alexandria, PEEL A STEVENS. At Retail by all respectable Druggist-. In the United States and British Provinces, and also by the Druggist* of this City. ocf.?l-ly DOCTOR MOOFLAND'S CELEB KATED ?trman Bitters, rarpared bt DB. C. M. JACKSON, PhiladV, Pa Wll<L. *F,r?CTCALI,T OI'RJt ' LIVER COSPUDIT, SYSPEPUA, JAUJiWCB. Ckronxe or NervoMt DtbiUto, Di?as? of <2 Kidn?yit and all ditto*m m him /ro_ j... ordered lAwtr or fffrsietlA. Such as Constipation. Inward Pile*. Fullness, oi Blood to the Head. Acidity flf the Stomach. Nau "^rtburnj Disgust for food, Fullness, or ;V eight in the Stomach. Sour Eructations. Sink ing or F luttering at the Pit of the Stum ,ch, >wimining of the Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering ot the Heert, Choking or Suffocating Sensations when in a lying Posture, Dimness of Vision. Dots of Webs before the Sight, F ever and Dull Pain in the Head, Defi ciency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes Fain In the Side Back, Chest, Limbs ftc., Sudden Flushes of Heat Burning in the Flesh, Constant Imaginings of Evil, and meat Depression of Spirits^ * ,n c*l"nK the attention , of the public to this preparation, does so with a feeling of the utmost confidence In Its virtues and adaptation of it to the diseases for which it Is recommended. It Is no new and untried article, but one that has Stood the test of a ten years' trial before the Amer ican People, and Its reputation aud 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 lndfvWfctals in all parts of the country is Immeuse The fol lowing from North Carolina Is respectfully sub milu-d. referring any who may still doubt, to ths ^Memorabilia." or Practical R*;eipt Book, fm '' armm* and f amilles, to be hid gratia ef au the Agents for the Gorman Bitters. I rtnc.|pal Ofloe end Mau'ihchrr lilO t nri STltEKT, PHILADELPHIA, 71. TESTIMONY FROM NORTH CAROLINA s?i? #/ Dr. W. Smith,?f ftn$ Hill, Hit k Cmty, N. C. ii. r- ? , OU.L, Majch?, 1854. . /U*1 Philadelphia?Dear Sir: 1 fnr!n *E?!LV,l.hi,wl 01 I'Vff P*?a, In Its worsl form, for the last five years Such was my condl tlon for twelve months thai the physicians and all who saw rue said I must die. tvhlle In this con dition I wik carried to the wsterlnr plac?w \n Vlr 5 t il anrt North CmioMim, but was benefitted ?y any yrnter to which I was taken. While on joy way home I stoppd a week at Ruth erfoidton a small village in North Carolina, to ?' *?,me ^'halvheate water In thai pare. About tha List of the week I went Into a d. ug 'tore to get s-imo medicine for my child and uaynelf. There wcr? nevu<al ol U?e vliLue nfavsi eisns |n the store, and one ef them seemed to take mine interest |n my ca^o, and, sRer asking me some question*, s^d ?.e ha-l be,-r a dys.^ptir and gtevjy benejlMwt by tb?- in* of ROOF LANI)'S 6ERlVfAN BITTFKS, prep.red by von and b? ins sted that I w^.ld try the Bitters He atM called the next day at ray room, and in ?lst?d so inueh that I would try them that 1 a.skr>d him to get me on? bottle. He did It, and 1 com. .TS2f5t r *^^ "4 1 Was more ben. efitted by it than aU the water and medicine 1 had ijikrn. inAJ0?t rv*ch,nK *,nm" my neighbors r./ne ?'1 * n?rr,P"?n ?fid rnedlolae (he a ffya J *n* I gave him nearly all ^he Bitter* I had left, which effected much gooti h his co.se. ?n mo tOT wore of the same Pilcln?, saying he was mere benefitted hLi any other he had taken, b it I havenoi K?* more him or myself since; will you, therefore, please ship ae a doxen or atom as soon a* possible. r a xeft 01 Respectfully, yours, W. SMITH ?D.?o5;:? w?ke ?.? the7?le, ^ wry Md fuflct,OBal derangement o| itB ^comltant evils. I am desirous ^S5naotiS,ofUforthe ^"o* of my l^ftc^fte. Wfil' thwefpTe' CKET1FICATE OK WM. J, ATWOOB, HtHtavitLi, Yadki?Co.,N.C. > n* n m i ^ November 1st, 1955.1 nrfi; r' Dear Sir: Allow me to ei r B*ac<?re thanks for your dl^.overv rfc??IT Ue.^hlch>to "y tbe of it, has Jf fffited a cure that all other in~d!cino?, that I have Serbian SmliSfitodo JIOOFUNU'S bit 1LRS have cured me of the most stubborn and aggravated case of the riLis that perhaps, ever fell to the lot of man. My case Is not a stranger In this community, as I am well e?ntke "bounding counties, and ?at,my recovery astounded all recomme^lS relations, as 1 had tried everything f)T?^mended '.!u!.d noU*ing did mc any good un are au^^ wUp?n to U* the Knte^Yon are^aUiberty to make any use of this communlca J. A TWO V|. It, and can be used for Infants as well as adults "d 1 *' Fl?fiZl?9 T0*' If BNOLBSS VAfilKTY, at tke 4?0 S m * F#ll0ir (iood* ** aveno?.| SLLli). TYLER'S COMPOUND ITRl'P OF UUM ARABIC A? A REMEDY FOR COUGHS. COLD*. HOARSENR8S, ASTHMA, WHOOPING COUGH, CROUP. Ac., possess?* the vantages, with the least objections of anv other la use, having been eitenslvelv used tbe last twenty years with unparalleled snceeas, not trumpeted U> I the world as a specific or cure all, but recom mended as a valuable and scientific auxiliary m rvLN?RAtT cases, read* at hand, and one that has been generally feund to affhrd nM where moat other* have been tried without material ben efit. As wich It Is recoenlxed by numbers of our leading physicians, who know Its composition, and have been eye witnesses of It* superior eft cacy, an well as by thousands of our most respec table citlzsns, who all endorse It* rlalm to being safe, palatable, economical and efficacious. Price 43 cents, or three bottles In one cents Wholesale Ageuts, PATTERSON ft NAIRN, and STOTT f CO., Penna avenue; PEEL A STEVENS. Alexandria; CISSEL, Georgetown Retailed by Druggists generally. Also, TV'LETS GUM ARABIC COUGH CANDY DROPS, the same composition In loxenge form, 12# cents a box. no* 19 IMMEDIATE RELIEF FOR THE TOOTH-ACHE IS FOUND. There is now offered to the world a most effectual remedy for the cureyt Tooth ache, In fact the only *** kn<*wn to cure the most violent tooth-aehe Instantaneously, If properly applted according to direction. Should the pain after the flrst application, In course of time, re-appear, the same application has to be made again, and after two or three applloatlons the cure will be effectual and th* decayed tooth as useful aa any other. This really ludl^reusable remedy causes no pain, and Is warranted to have no injurious effect whatever P least* call for A. PERGER'S TOOTH-ACHE BALSAM. Price * cents per phial. To lie had at the Drug Stores of A. J- RIDQ LEY, CHAS. STOTT A CO.. D J. DYSON, V. H ARB A UGH, and J B GARDNER A CO , Washington. no,r 3 E>ibi.es and prayer books, in rich ) Velvet, Turkey Morocco, and plain binding Children*' Books, the most extensive assort ment to be found In the District. Miss Bunkley's Escaped Novice, price 91. Har^r's Magazine for January Also, a large assortment of Ivory slid p?ail handle PENKNIVES, PISTOLS of all kinds For sale by E. K. LUND\ , doc 541?tr No. 12H Bridge st , Georgetown PRIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE ON THk PHILOSOPHICAL VIEW OF MAKRIAOE, BT M. B. LA CROIX* M. D.( ALBANY, N. Y-, ?iit) Page* and 1?> fiw, Plain, and C?lortd Lith ographs atla PlaUt. Prick onlt Twenty Fit* Oknts. Sent Free of Postage to all parts of the Union I |"HIEAPEST BOOK K.VHR PUBLISHED? I " J and containing nearly double the quantity of read ing matter In 'hat of tbe FIFTY CENT OR DOL LAR PUBLICATIONS. It treats on the PH YSIOL OGY OF MARRIAGE, and the Secret Infirmities and Disorder of \ outh and Maturity, resulting from ex cesses, which destroy the physical and mental pow ers, with Observations on ? ? - Marriage, Its duties and disqualifications, ai d their remedies: with Lithographs,illustrating the Anatomy and Physiology, and Dis??a?e^of the Ke prodwtive Organs of both se*t*, tbeir structure, uses, aud functions A popular and comprehen sive Treatise on the Duties and CausaM)1* of sin gle and married life- happy and fruitful alliances, modt of securing tbein?infelicitous ?i.d infertile ones?their obvlatlon and removal ?important hints to those couteinplallng matrimony, tbnt will overcome objections to it; none, however, ?bouli take this important step without first consulting its paye*?commentaries on the disease* and medical tieatnicnt of females from Infancy to old aye, ear b case graphically illustrated by beautiful llthoura pliic plates?nervous debility, its causes and sure, by a pro*'ess at ouce so simple, safe, aud effectual that failure is lm|>osslble?rules for da .U' manage ment?an esfay on Spormatorrh?a. witL practical observations on the safer and more successful mode of treatment?precautionary hints on the evils re sulting from empirical practice?an essay on all diseases arising from inais?vretion, with plain and simple rules by watch all persons can cure them selves without mercury?remedies fer those self inflicted miseries and'disappointed hopes so un fortunately prevalent In the young. It is a truth ful adviser to the married ana those contemplating inarrisge. Its perusal is particularly recommend ed to persons entertaining secret doubts of their phv-ical oondition,and who are conscious of hav ing hazarded the health, happiness, snd privileges to which every human being is entitled. Prir.- TWENTY-FIVE CENTS per copy, or Five Copies for One Dollar Mailed, free of j>o*t age, to all parts of the United States N. B?Those who prefer may consult Dr. LA CROIX upon any of the diseases upon which this book treats, either personally or by mail Medi cine sent to any part af the Unionaccordlnu to di rections, safely packed and carefully secured from all observation. Address Dr M B LA CROIX, No 31 Maiden Lane, or Post Olflce Box 579 Albany, N . Y. ipr Office open daily,from 9 a m to 0 p m and on Sondat from 3 until 6 p. in. H7" Office REMOVED from No. 8? Beaver st. to 31 Maiden Lane, Albany, ytre York. dec 28?ly TO ALL THAT VALUE THE IB SIGHT. rlSHES to call the attention to all that suiVr vv with defective sight, caused by age, sick ness and particularly from glasses injuoirlously selected, to his superior SPECTACLES ana GLASSES carefully ground by himself to a true spherical accuracy, and brilliant transparency, suited precisely and beneficially to the wearer ac cording to the concavity or convexity of the eye. Very uamerous are the 111 effects caused to the precious organ of sight from the comilMMlUWil of using classes In not being precisely suited, by the use of an Optometer; aud the practice of many years, enables him to measure the focal disease of ihe eyee, and such glasses that are absolutely re Bulrt-d will be furnished with precision and aalls action. J T acknowledges the very liberal encourage ment already obtained, and further solicits the pa tronage of those that have not yet avalied them selves of his aid. Persons that cannot conveniently call, by send ing the glasses In use, and statiug how mauy Inches they can read this print wl'h their specta cles, can be supplied with such that will lmprovr their sljiht. Innumerable terUmonlals to be seen ; and iefer encos given to many who havt-delved the greatest case and comfort from bis glasses Circulars to be had gratis, at hie office. No '?12 Seventh street, time doo.s fiom Odd Follow*' llall, up fUlrs. Notion, September7, l^. Sir?The S{-ectacles you iaade fer mc suit very well, and "?ecm to have'1 in proved my sight mere than any other 1 have lately tried LITT. W. TAZEWELL. 1 ba?e tried a p*lt of S|>ectarles obtained froai Mr. Tobias, and find them of great assistant to my sight, and corresponding wl'h his dc.scrlplJon of the focua. 1 recommend bl?n as a skillful ?>r?tl elaa HENRY A. WISE. Mr. J Tobias *. Sir?The p*lrof hnoetaetcs yon furnished mc yesterday aiu partlculsily sail?rae lory to roe Tuey are very decidedly the bc.>t 1 pos^ens, a.id I am the owner of eight or nine pair, w.refull/ selected in different places and fr-un ? p tlclans recoiiuucr.dcd to mc on account of tbeir profeesional standing in Mr^land, France and the United States. I have been also pleased with Enr remarks aad directions on the treatment af e eyes, for the purpose of preserving and Improv ing tie sight. Respectfully, yours. chas. Caldwell, Frofeasor of M. C., Louisville, ly.. Ltrfhiim, Nov. 10, I'iM. Nr. J ska Tobias having famished me wllh Slashes, by which I have been greatly aided (my vision navlng suffered creatly from reading at ?lght In my earlier life) it affbrds me the higaeat pleasure to say that I consider him a : klllful prac tical optic leu, and well prepared to aid tkoec wka ?ay need his professional services. WM B ROVZIE, Elder of M.ethodii?t, Confercaaa. Wilkjnatom, N. C., Jan. *7, lbM. Mi J. Tobias: Dear Sir?I a in happy to nay lhat the Spectacles which 1 obtained fiom you last week nrc entirely salinfnrteiy. Fr.^m an inequal ity In the visual range of my eyes, I have h?.-reto fore found -'reat dltllcultv lu getting glasses of the proper focal distanoe. It attords mc pleasure to state that, by the aid of your optometer, this diffi culty has W-n happily od*. iated so that the glass as you furnished mc are decidedly the beat adapted ?a ?y eyes of any 1 have ever yet used. Yeiy respectfully, yours, fe B DRANE, Rector of St. James' Parish Department of Interior, May 7,1855. rroa aaturai defects and the unequal range of ?y ?yea, 1 have been compelled to use glaatM for years. I have trted difftrent opticians wlChoat obtaining glasses perfectly fl(tod to my eyes. Four months slnoe Mr. Tonlaa made two pairs especially for ma, which I have foand to serve me perfectly. By the use of his optometer ke la enabled to adapt Glasees minutely to the eye. 1 moat cheerfully recommend Mr. Tobias to all having oaeaslon to use glasses, and hear my teatt> Moay as to his skill aa an^>ptic1an HENRY K BALDWIN. Aaalat. Sec'y to alga Laad Wi ]y?-? ?LK!1WOUO I'KV KTRRTi Offlcs VI*. !?? Pa. avs., rorasr 1 9th stroot, (omTiiiifiii'i nm ) ?T*H!? CEMKTKRYto laid ont m the plan of X the celebrated greenwood of ??"wptx , <j situated on the high gronnd distant one an# a quarter in!lea north of the Capitol?North CapV.oi i ir>r( leading directly to the rateway This Company have sec urac a charier from <%?. (Toss. appropriating their around forever to burta) purpose*. making a fee title to the purchaser, and prohibiting allencroachments from legislation ot otherwise. which to of vaat Importance to th?*f who wish their dead to repoae where they hav* plv?d theji. for It ha* broom* a rmloa In all other cities when the burial ground becomes vala able for other purposes, to sell it. and throw the dead promlscously Into one large pit. and legal m^j-.?urea cannot prevont It, as no title* are glvea to the ground N U-OSoe open from W to It o'clock a m where Pamphlet* containing the Charter, By. Law* and a map of the ground, and all other in formation. can be obtained. A11 order* left with Mr.Jamea P. Harvey. N? CiOSeventb street.or any other undertaker. will b? promptly attended to. If W -It BO.MfcTHlNG TO OLD AND VOVNS. PROFESSOR WOOD'? HAIR KESTOBATI?I. TH19 preparation although kn+ than two roan before the i"A>llc, owing to Its wonderful ef foct* upon the ni.man hair aad scalp, ha* already obtained a celebrity aad sale perfectly ua paralleled. It haa without the ordinary aprtante uaod for such purpose*. won Its way, and been heartily welcomed to moat of the cities ard town* In the United States, the Canada*, and the Weil India Islands. Nor to this result sorprlalng wh-i It lc re < cmbrred that Ita popularity la baaed upon If" merit*, solely a* established by actual tost* Taut this preparation will actually Restore gray Hair .o Ita Natural Color, produce a luxuriant L"*"h'ipon the heads of theba'd. prevent th?* t i from foiling off, and when n*ed ft? a tonic ar ticle jy <dnce a continual low of the natnral fluid and tail* render the hair soft, ctomy and wavy, d?-?troy dlweaae* of tbc scalp. and expel dandruff the oettldi ate* of d'.atlnguishi<d trentiomen asd indies In every part of the country who have tried It. sad therefore ?pcek what they know, uieml fel ly altCKt. '1 hat by a proper uae cf this Rwlomttw trso bnlr ran '*e i:;ade to attain nnd retain lt? aato r.Vi color to almost any a^e alottcd to htia.aiilty, by removiug the cauw of disease from the scai; - no iruttoff now lon^ >uu>dlae?the concurrent te?. tlaiui'.ala of the pre** and the certifleate* ?d n;. mc'ua r?-*ue< ublc Individual" of tx^b seaw.ts the use of tnl* curative, as well as of the roc-?rn? mend at Ion? of editors and certifleate* before a)*; d-d to, can b" had of all ajrents. l<:<ooc?tBi b, Mas* .Jan 14, Ihm I'*"?. Wood?Dear Hlr?Having Mif trial "f yo? f Hair Restorative, It gives me pinasnre to aay !h.it IU (li*rt bw b -en excellent In removing bi ll ainmaUou, dandruff, and a conr'.uii tendency to ite'al ig, with which 1 hare been troubled from ohMrffcood. snd has alw* e*t?r?-d my hair, which wr.a becoming C*ay, w ?? original color I ?**<? ii?-4 no other aitlrie, with aaythlagllke the sajat p.earare and profit. Veers, truly , 4. K raster ef Charch Jwooklfid t?a SLTJ-S. III., J ua' 17. 1-^M I hare oeod Prof O.J. ^ ood ? Hm? H(*lw? t}"e, and have admired Ita wondcTfnl eff.-<et My balr waa becojning, a* I tbougl J, pretnatnrrf jrnr; but by the use of kto 4,Re*trmtlve'? it h^s rea-imcd Its original color, and I have ea dorb;, perna&neaUy so. SIDNEY li?fefc22<, fca-ocaat'^t Called ^-tau*. Paor. WociDear Mr?My hair oonaoset- ed f^mng off *o,ik three or fonr yea;aalare ard era tla:w? i.i do au until I became quite :>aid I trt<d atl t?ie |K<pnlar icmc^lea of the dsy. but to ?n fc ?, at last I *?? 'nd'.red to use your eC'Ohrdlrd H.ill fleeioratlve, ..nd ?.ui very bappy to ray it la di.l.^I wonders 1 habow a in" rrowifc "f v-n?.r; balr, and ca*vrfu!ly w i. iner-d lu u?e vs all similarly afllctcd. A. C WILLIAMSON, 133 i*e*^?nd strert Address O.J WOOD A Ct?., Proprietors. 3l? Droadway. New Vork, and 114 Market urcet n Louis. Mo. C BTOTT A CO., wholesale aad ictall Ageat, Washington T W.DYOTT A 8??NS, Oeae^i WMm?i Agent. Philadelphia, Pa. an 1?Iv | Carter's Spanish Mixture THE UHF AT PVRIF1ER O F THE BLOW Hest Alterativa Known'.! ROT a PAKTICLK or MCRCCtT I If ITtl! An Infallible remedy for scrofula, Kln^'a K 11, Rheumatism. Obftlnat*- Cutaneous Kniptl?>ri?, Pimples or Postulea ou the Face, Hlot? hr?, Boils, Ague and Fever, Chronic ^orp Kyo, Rlngwoim or T?-tt,-r, Scald Heald, Kail merit and pain of the Kones and Joints, r it Rbeum. Stubl?orn L'lcera. Syphilitic Dla^rdt rt, end all diseases arising Iron, en InJndU io?.n ?" of Mercury, itnprudeoce in Life, or Impurity ?*f the Blood. THIS great remedy, which has become so rap idly and so justly celebrated for Ita eitraordi nary efficacy in relieving and curing many of the most obstinate and terrible forms of dlwa*e wt'a which mankind Is afllkied. Is now offered 'o tUe public, with the confident assurai.ee tha' no M sr? icaL discovbby ever made haa beenaoeai'Mn iy aucceasful In curing Sciomt. and all ?.a r* - h or tbi Blood,as CARTKR'S SPANISH MIX TURE. The proprietors are r<?eiving by every ms.ll most flattering and astonishing details of curt a made In all part* of tha country, and in meet e?<~* where the skill of the best Physicians had beta ried In vain. Its powvr over the Blood to tmlv remarkab'e end all diseases arising from impurity of the great Sbat or Lira have been relieved and' .ir- d ? out a single failure, out of the thousands who have used It. Carter's Spanish Mixture contain Mercury, Oplnir., Arsen 1<-, or any dauycroi* drugs, out Is composed of Roots aud Herb*, com bined with other ingredients of known virtue, a d may be given to the ycurge*t Infant or d? - blli'ated invalid, without the least powstble be*4 tat ion. We hare only room fi* short eitractx from tie volumes of teatiuiouy In our po*MWiou. and a 1 from gentlemen of the highest respectability, u 1 known in their varloua locaUtlce. 1'kiw reed '? yourselves. We take great pleasure In oalllng the attertl'xt of our readers to the merits of Carter s Spanish Mixtnre as a remedy for diseases of the bUwid It enjoys a reputation In this otty uneuualled by in. olher p.eparation ? Dmnly Ditfitk, Httkmon* fa The Hon John M Botts.of Va .sav*hceonald ?vs it a matter of dutv to add his icsttonenv to the virtues of Carter's Spanish Mixture, rioa xctFti. pebsohal obsbbvation of lu remarkable cura tlvt powors toi the di.scaaes in which U is used We have been oured of a violent and protrar^d Liver disease by Carter's Spanish Mixture. k<iow it to be all It professe* ?fd?*er South if* Dimoermt, filtrtburg, fa. We have found from personal trial, that Car ter"* Spablab Mtature to a truly valuable inedl* fine ?Ed. Vtrgmnt* lndeptwUmt, Vi. GKEAT CURE Of SCROFULA.-A [?<+* t?a:i in our employ was cured of Scrofula of a vil li lent <-haracter by'a few iMrtllea of Carter's Span l*h Mixture, aT.er everything elae had fat led ?>r fc er carea which l ave come under oar own o?*err l tlod. proves to ua conclusively, that is really s val uable medicinal agent. We take great pleasure lit calling the attention of the aAlcied to Its mer its ?RirKmond l*'j ubhenn bYF H1L1S.?1 have seen a number of one- ?f Syphilis performed by Carter's Spanish Ml\*-'ie I Wlleve it to be a perfect antidote for that horri ble disease. E. BURTON, Com of Revenue for city of Richmond LIVER DISEASE ?Samuel M Drinker nf the firm of Drinker A Morris, Booksellers, Rich mond, Va . was cured of Liver disease of aevcr.tl years standing by only three bottica of Carter's Spanish Mixture. OLlt SORES, ULCEUS ANl> OBSTINATt. ERUPTIONS OA THE SKIN -See the cue of Mr Harwood, and others, detailed lu cr.r Al manac The number of such casoc cured by Csi ter'a Spnnish Mixture, precludes the posrlbllitf of inserting them in an ad vertlaemect. EFFECTS OF MERCUR Y ? See tbe c rv I Mr F.lmore He wa* eaten up with Mercury and could obtain no relief, until he took six bottle* 4 Carter'a Spanish Mixture, which perfrctl) restored him to health and vigoi. NEURALGIA ? Mr F Boydea. formerly of ?hc Astor House, N Y.,bm mort ren-ntly propri etor of the Exchange Hotel, Richmond, was cured of Neuralfia by Carter's Spanish Mixture Since that time, he says be has seen it cure more thsr s hundred cases of the disease In which it to naed. He never fhlls to nxommend It to the attlcted KHEUMATISM ? Mr John P. Harrison, Druggist, of Martinsburg, Va_. writes of the sln p.ulaPcure ot a violent case of Rheumatism Tue patient could not walk. A few bottles entirely cured him SCROFULA ? Mr. Harrison al*e wilU* of a great cure of Scrofula, in the persoa cf a yeu?< lady, (of three years standing,) which all tbe d?? - tors could not reach. Six bottles made a crs if her. SYPHILIS.?Dr K T Headle. of Washlnc ton. D. C , who cured an obsLinate caae of Sypk' 11a by Carter's Spanish Mixture, says "It act* so cially on tbe Blin>d, Liver ?nd shin and Is prompt and cJlric.it In Ita results." Dr. Jobn Mlnge, formerly of the City H<*?"li Richmond, now of Alabama, say* he has se?a Cartel's Spanish Mixture administered In a iiLin ber of case* with aatonishingly good effect recommend.s It as "the most eficlent alterative to SALT RHEUM AND SCROFULA - M'. Jos. Roblnsou. of Wooaier, Ohio, was cured "* Scrofula and Salt Rheum of throe years atand'-.u.. hy only three bottles of Carter's Spanish Mlxtnr* i^M. 8. BEERS A CO , I'mnrtetoc No SIM Broadway, New ^ o?k ILT Price 91 per bottle, or six bottles for ? For sale by CHAS STOTT, Wa^lsetor. D. O.. ? eo* 1?1 If