Newspaper of Evening Star, January 18, 1856, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated January 18, 1856 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. A VI8I0H. J drearopta dream ?a waking dream, Ftn It rame with the moan'a pale yellow beam , And methougbt 1 mw, in lis glittering rays, A vision of long departed day a; It bore me awavr to a distant strand When I heard the tongre of mr na'lve land, There warrior* met with eyea of Are, And darkly frowned In their patriot Ire, While 1 saw, as their banners were ra'aed on high Thalr motto was "IVath or Liberty." My country's motto ' but oh I found Her enemies breathed the wfll-known sound, While England, overwhelming thought, Against the cause of Freedom fought, when lo' a chief with a thoughtful mien, 3 saw arise, midst the restless scene, And o'er that scene's chaotic night He beamed with f.ure and guiding light, And soon to his flag, from the Gallic shore Came a noble youth, the rough seas o'er, And others from thence his steps pursued. Their hearts with Freedom's lova Imbued ; And quickly learned on that distant spot A leasou they never, no never forgot. And thev fought and conquered on Freedom's Me, With the Chief?Columbia's noblest p?lde, Till the tide of Wi r was turned cn her foes; Till the eagle, in air, triumphant arose, And the shout was heard o'er land and sea, ''Our cause is bleat, and Columbia free !" Then Wisdom spoke by that chieftain's voice, When called to rule by the people's choice; But soon, for his country's wish too soon, He resigned his sway, that country's boon, Repaired again to the svlvan shade. To the plowshare turned his patriot blade; And greater than king in his jewelled crown Was he, when he laid his greatness down. And when that summona which comes to all. Threw over thla loved the funeral pell. A people wept o'er his simplegrave, Wheie nought but the cedar branches wave; How need'es* to him a tomb to raise. Whose fame must live to the end of days; In a country through his labors free, Shall future age his trophies see ; On a people's hea't, not on senseless stone, Is graven the name of Wasbixqtom. The Birth of a Dimple.?A pretty idea 5s evolved in the following petite pair of poetic dimples: Cupid, near a cradle creeping. Saw an infant gently sleeping; The rone that blushed upon its ehcek deemed a birth divine to speak. To ascertain if earth or heaven To mortals this fair form had given, He, the little urchin simple, Touched Its cheek and left a dimple. Heat* Downward ?The patriotic French ?men who do not particularly admire Louis Jiapolcon's strong government, ha\c an in seniouj method of expressing their dissatis faction. They affix the post stamp*, which bear Napoleon's head, on their letters head downward So extensively has this become the sign of opposition, thai four-fifths of all the letters posted have the head inverted. Mr Smith, Mr. Br^wn told ine you were not a nice man,' said one friend to ano ther on Broadway on Wednesday. " He did, eh 7" sai-l the congealed Smith, " he don't know ; he'a a fool. Look at me? feel me, and yu'll soon be convinced that I 'm nothing but afi we man MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. f bo* the vniTin STATSS Liivii For 2)?y. Canada Boston Liverpool....Jau 16 AtlanMe New York.'...Liverpool....Jan 19 Edinburgh....New York....Glasgow ....lan 36 Hermann New York Bremen Jan 26 America ......Boston Liverpool....Jan 30 ?Ferula New York....Liverpool ...Feb 6 Fulton New York... .Havre Feb 9 Arabia Boston Liverpool.... Feb 13 I ROM ICROri Bclglque Antwerp New York ..Jan 1 Armnca Liverpool Boston Jan 5 Africa Liverpool New York.. .Jan 9 Baltic Liverpool New York... Jan 12 Arabia Liverpool Boston J an 19 Pacific Liverpool ...New York...Jan23 Ters ia Li ver pool.... N ew York... J aa '26 The California steamers leave New York on the 5'h and '20th of each month. The Overland Mail* to India and China We have often been asked for Information in re gard to the departure of the Mails froru England to China. The following may be Interesting to those who have correspondence with the Lest: The mails leeve Southampton on the 1th and UOth of each month, and arrive at Gibraltar about the 9th and '25th of same month; arrives at Malta about the 14th and 30th of same month ; arrives at Alexandria about the 19th of same and 4th of fol lowing month. Leaves Suez about the 30th or 2lst of saine and 5th or 6th *f following month; arrives at Aden about the 25th or 26th of s^ine and 10th or I?th of .following inoath Laaves Aden about the 26th or 27th of same and day of arrival for Bombay, and 11th to 13th for China, See. Indian Navy steamer arrives at Bombay about the 3d to 5th and 19th to 21st of following mouth. P. and O. steamer arrive* at Peint de Galls about the 6th or 7th and 22d to 23d of following month; leaves Point de Galle for Pulo Penang the same day. if the steamer has already arrived which takes the mall oa ; arrives at Pulo Penang about the 12th or 13th and 2yth and 29th of follow ing month; arrives at Singapore about the 13th or l6th and 31st or 1st of following month ; leaves Singapore about 12 hours after arrival; arrives at Hong Kong about the 22d or *4th end ^th or 10th of following month, leaves next day for Shanghai. Two mails leave England?one on the 8th and 20th of each month?via Marseilles, and arrive at Alexandria about the same time as the Southamp ton mall. ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS. National Hetel?williax ext. W J Warring, Md F T West, Va T Street*, do A Bright, do S Perry, do J E Shelton, Mo J Murphy, do A A Watson, La F G May, NY J T Osbourn, Md Col P II Feench, Nie'a J B Brooke, do M T Tolen, do A F imlav, NJ P W Thurston, Cat A K Hunter A ly, Md W P Eamsoti. do R A Reed. NY 8 S Sheeles, Md J Nobllt, Pa P S Shepherd, Tenn G W Bo wen, Ind C Fleebner, Pa R w M?ller, NY J C Holley, NY J W Chamberlxin, Ml J Nrsrton, Pa AW Cawlcr, Ky W M Thackeray ft as J R Whlttemorc. Mass sistant, England J Griffith A ly, N Y J H Dlckerson, I'SA GAS Richards O E Harry, NY J Covode A ly, ao R B Wane, Pa Pr Pratt, Md J B Miller, Md Mrs Evans, Pa F Valdcner. do JNH McKeon, do G W Purkins. Kan J E Peyton, do J Hopkins, Md | 11 E Bobbins, Pa J O Mead k ly, Pa M J Woodworth, do J R Mead A ly, do 8 a Biackwell, do H Robblns A ly,do M WHloughby A ly, N Y E R Mead, do J A Fannock, Md Wlllards' llstal?/. s. a x. a. wauil N Mlchler, USA P Johnson, ly, Md G W Fuikins, Kan 11 Smith, Va W li Graham. Md T N Phillips, Md E P Ramsay, NY B G Wortblngtoa, do G T Marque, Cal W O Baxter, do W H Ball. U8N E M Punlop. Va R M ltceell. O 8 Engleton, N Y W Mitchell, Mo P T Jew*t, Me = 2 * G A Sampson, ly, Man ? N Latta, Kar. Mr & Mrs J B Silliman, Hon 8 Houston, Tex N Y J Palmer, Mo Mrs Boyd, Pa Mrs Jones; lnd Mlsg Boy<i do t^*n?8ay'^Y D Boyd do J Winter., Md R H Owning, Pa M tvn 0rKB,n' H A Msllen. Mass p m ' y,", Barlteman, Va J A PVM*? nV Grovtrman, N Y Brswaa' Heiei-v r. * n. sxewn. F. M C Scott, Md W R R Osborn, Md Misa 8 Bralaard, Ct F Suit, do Mlaa R Braliaard, do W B Whiterlln, NY M H Howe. Me J Mcl ean, Jr, O J S Hubbell, do H M Shaw, NC T Barnes A ly, Ky J 8 Belt A ly, Va Mlsa Phillips, do Miss II vl md, do Miss Williams, do P F White, Md J Brown, Md C F Cox A ly, N Y S Brown, do H Stanberg, O J Herbert, Fla Mrs P Van Troup, Pa htrkwssd Hiiii-j j. *A.K!l(W?e? R 8 Marbury, Mass G W Rogers, Pa J Merpey do R p?rker, Va J Perry, do J Dunn, do J 8 Barbour, jr, Va J Malone, Va rant r 8??en, do J MP Gouldsborough, W LHanacom,NH do * *8 P Brown, Me 8 K Johnston, do J Brown, do raited States Hetsi-x ?. hacxxxt. 8 P Rhodes, O J A Blnn, La G MellvMne, 111 R B Thorapaon, do M W Manning. Kng A W Robinson, NY Mr A Mrs Schott, PC W Lallev, Md W 3 Norrix, Md rrofotalt for Oil for Litht-Hease?. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, ^ OfF1C1 PFTB* L!<?HT-Hors* Board, , January 16, 1836. ) CJEPAR ATE SEALED PROPOSALS WILL o be receded at this office until I o'clock p. m. on Frtdav, the 1st day of February, 1836. for .up piyiiiT the light houseestablishment with the fol lowing lota or quantities of oil, to be delivered alongside of the Government supply vessels at Bonton. New Yerk city, New Bedford, or Edgar town, Massachusetts, at the option of the contrac tor, to be determined on at the time of accepting the bid, In tight, well-made casks, suitable for shipping, in prime order, on or before-the follow ing dates, respectively, and also at the respective points named on the Lakes, viz: Lot yo. I. 8,000 (eight thousand) gallons best winter-strain ed or pressed sperm oil, and 22,000 (twenty-two thousand) gallons best spring strained ot presied sperm oil, to be deliv ered on the 15th day of March, 1*56 Lot No.2. 11,000 (fourteen thousand) gallons best winter strained or pressed sperm oil. and 16,000 (sixteen thousand) gallons bfst spring strained or pressed sperm oil, to be aeliv ?red on the 15th day of May, 1S56, as above. Lot i\o 3 16,000 (eighteen thousand) gallons best winter strained or pressed sperm oil, and 12,04>6 (twelve thousand) gallons best spring - stralned or pre sed sperm oil, to be deliv t red as above, on the 15th day of J uly, 1856. FOR THE LAKES. Lot iYo.4. 6.5G0 (six thou?and five hundred) gallons beat winter strained or pressed sperm*11, and 6,500 (si* thousand five hundred) gallons best spring strained or pressed sperm oil, to be delivered at Buffalo, New York, to the proper officer authorized to receive it, on the 15th day of April, 1956, or immediate ly after the opening of the Erie canal. 1)00 (nuu hundred) gallons best winter-strained or pressed sperm oil, and 9O0 (nine hundred) gallons best spring-strained sperm oil, to be delivered to the collector and superintendent of lights at Oswego, New York, on the 15th day of April, HS6, or Immediacy after the opening of the Erie canal, and 3*15 (three hundred and twenty five) gallons best winter-strained or pressed *perin oil, and 325 (three hundred and twenty five) gallons best spring-strained or pressed sperm oil, to be delivered to the collector ana superintend ent of lights at Plattaburg, New York, on the 15th day of April, 1Q56, or immediate ly after the opening of the Erie canal. All of the oil comprised In lot No 1, to be de livered at the above mentioned places for the lights on the lakes, must be in small Iron bound casks, in prime order, free from leakage, contain ing from thirty to fifty gallon* each,and free from all expense to the United States; ail the cost of transportation, damage, and leakage being at the charges and risk of the contractor or contractors, and all tests and inspection to be made prior to tne transportation of the oil from the contractor's warehouse or other place of deposite. The several lots of oil required to be delivered alongside of the supply vessels shall be so deliv ered when the said vessels shall be in readiness to receive the same; and In case (he supply ves sels should not be ready to receive the oil on the days herein specified for Its delivery, then the contracting party will be at liberty to deliver it to an authorized agent of the light-house establish ment at the point of delivery, and shall be enti tled to payment therefor within fifteen days such delivery. Al! the oil contracted for under the foregoing proposals to be subjected to tfce usual tests of spe cific gravity, temperature at which it will remain limpid, by burning and such other means as may bethought proper bo the person or persons to whom that duty may be assigned by tne Light House Board, "before it will be accepted. The wlnter-stralned oil to remain limped at a tem perature of IK degrees of Fahrenheit or lower, and the spring-strained oil at a temperature of 10 degrees of Fahrenheit or lower Proposals will be received and considered for each lot separately, or for the whole quantity re quired, at the option of the bidder; but no bid will be eutcrta'ned for a less quantity than is com prised In one of the several lois designated Nos 1, 2, 3, and I. The bids must state explicitly the lot or lots proposed for by the number or numbers, the quantity of each kind of oil in the lot or lots, and the price per gallon for each quality of oil. All bids must be sealed and endorsed 'Propo snl* fit Ot' f<r Light- and then place*! In another envelope, and dlrectel to the Secretary of the Light-House Board, Washington, D C , post"gc paid A bend, with securiU to the satisfaction of the Department, in a penalty equal to one-fifth of the amount of ea".h contract made unde r the (' regoing Sreposals, will be required of each contractor, con tloned for the faithful performance of each con tract, to be executed within ten dnys after the ac ceptance of the bid. The Board, under the authority of the Depart ment, reserves the right to reject any bid. though it may be the lowest, from other considerations than its amount. By order of the Light House Board THORNTON A. JENKINS, j an 16 ?eodtF eb 1. Secretary UNITED STATU* MAIL. Post OrncB Dbpartment. Dec. 21, 1S55, PROP.OSALS FOR CARRYING THE mails of the United States from the 1st April, 1956. to the 30th June, 1858, Inclusive, on the fol lowing route In KENTUCKY, will be received at tne Contract Office of the Post Office Department. In the city of Washington, until 5, p. rn.of the 26th day of February, 1856, (to be decided by the 1st March following,) on the route and in the time herein specified, ylz: 8278 Frotn London, Ky , by Laurel Bridge, Mc Hargue's Mill, Lynn Camp, Barbotirsville, Flat Lick, Cumberland Ford, Yellow Cumberland Gap. (TennTazewell, Syc amore Thorn Hill, (lean's Station,and Mar shall's Ferrv, to Rusrellville, miles and back, three times a week, in 2-horse coaches 9 months, aud on horseback the residue of the year. Leave London Monday, Wednesday, and F riday at 6 a m Arrive at Russellville next days by 12 m Leave Russellville Monday, Wednesday,and Friday at 2 p in Atrlve at London next day* by N 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 break connexion with denendlng malls, and not sufficiently excused, one-fourth of the compensa tion for the trip Is subject to forfeiture. Fines will be imposed, unless the delinquency be promptly ana satisfactorily explained oy 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 for 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 agreeably to contract, for disobeying the post of fice laws or instructions of the department, or for assigning the contract without the assent of the Postmaster General The Postmaster General may alter the schedule. He may also order an Increase of service on the route by allowing there for a pro rata increase of the contract pay. He may also curtail or discontinue the service in whole or in part, at pro ratn 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 Proposals 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 ditlons to be incorporated In the contract* bidders may see pamphlet advertisement for conveying malls in Kentucky, Tennessee. Missouri, and Iowa, of 1834. JAMES CAMPBELL, dec 22?lawlw Postmaster General. United State* Patent Office, ? Washington, Jan. 3.1S5B J ON THE PETITION OF JONATHAN READ, of Al'on, Illinois, praying for the extension of a patent granted to him the 12th day of March, 1812, for an improvement in "Reaping Machines," for seven years from the expiration of said patent, which takes place on the 12th day of March, 1S56: It is ordered that the said petition be heard at the Patent Office on Monday, the 3d day of March next, at 12 o'clock in.; and all persons are notified to appear and show cause, if any they have, why said petition ought not to be granted. Persons opposing the extension are required to file In the Patent Office their objections, specially *?t forth in writing, at least twenty days before the day of hearing ; all testimony filed by either party to be ysed at the said hearing must be taken and transmitted in accordance with the rules of the office, which will be furnished on application. test!mony in the case will be closed on the 21st of February, 1856; 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 W wl*hin ten days thereafter. Ordered, alno. th?? tt.i- ?.f-- ? iukk'u. u v, nrgus. Haiti more; Pennsyivanlan, Philadelphia. Pa; Journal of Commerce, New York; and Enquirer. Cincinnati, Ohio, once a week for three successive weeks previous to the :Jd day of March next, the day of hearing. CHARLES MASON. Commissioner ol Patent*, p 8 ?Editor* of the above papers will pk-anc copy, and send their bills to the Patent Office, with a paper containing this notice. jan 1?Iaw3w C1ABAS. WORK BOXES, ?'HINA GOODS, t ?:*KD OA**:*, PORTEVONNAIES, Ac.J ati?m l'i <. venue, bc<v ?.a 'Jii> end loth streets, dec *) JUiiN F. ELLIS. Information for Travelers. ORANGfc & ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. Great Southern Line! 19- TWICE DAILY -f| (SUyUAY NIUHTS EXCEPTED? Between Washington City nnd the Sooth! VIA: ALEXANDRIA. GORDONSVILLE, AND RICHMOND. Leave Washington at 6 a. m. and T p. m. Fare from Washington to Richmond 95 50 OMNIBUSES and BAGGAGE WAGONS will be at the Washington Railroad Depot to con vey PASSENGERS and BAGGAGE, Frtt of Charge, to STEAM ER GEORGE - ?JT? fc, PAGE, for ALEX ANDRI A, a dls-JgSSEKl tance of six miles, allowing ample time for Meals. Tickets procured on the ooat. Expedition and Comfort are secured by this Route, at It lsacojtTiNtrors link op first class railroad from ALEXANDRIA TO RICH MOND. THROUGH PASSENGERS and BAGGAGE carried without cost to the Depot of the Petersburg Railroad. J. R. NICK LIN, dec~-tf Ticket Agent, Alexandria. WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD* CHANGE OF HOURS.?On and after Mon day. the 23d instant, the Trains will Leave Washington at 6 and 8# a. m., and 3 and 4K p. m. On 8undav at4)f p. ra. Leave Baltimore at 4Jf and fljf a. ra., aid 3 and p. m. On Sunday at 4 a. r.v ap 33?tr T. H. PARSONS, Agent. FOR MOUNT VERNON. ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS?FARE, round trip, SI; from Alexandria ? - 75 cents ?The steamer THOMAS COLLY ER leaves Washington at 9. and Alexan dria at 9)( o'clock. Coaches leave the Capitol for the boat at o'clock. Coach fare 10 cents. Per sons wishing the coaches will leave their residence with George A Thomas Parker. Refreshments on the boat. ?ctvS?tf SAM'L 8EDNEY, Ciptala. THE NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS., The ships comprising this line ate the ATLANTIC, Captain West, PACIFIC, Captain Nye, BALTIC. Captain t'omstock, ADRIATIC, Captain Graflca. Th?^e Ships hare been built by contract. express ly foi Government service; every care has been taken In their construction, as In the engines, to Injure strength and rpeed, and their accommoda tion.". for ptj?sen^er? are unequalled for elegance and comfort. rate* ot Frcns New York to Llrerpccl, In irstoabin, *l-i3 Second cabin, '/t Exclusive use of extra six? sta'e ronna*, - 300 From Liverpool to New York, - JS30 nnd An experienced Surgeon attached to each ship. N<"> b?vth can be secured until paid for. Fw freight or passage apply to EDWARD R. COLLINS A CO., Wall street, New Yojk. PROWN, SHIPLEY * CO., Liverpool^ E. 9. ROBERTS A CO.. 13 ling's Arm* Yard, Lexdea. JOHN MUNROE <* CO., 91 Rue Notre l)3m^ do* Vlctoim*, Paris. GLOR GE n DP A PER, Havre. The ewne;? r>f tfcesq ships wiu not be a<vwnu b> f<--r gold. silver, bullion, Fpecle, Jewelry, pre e!ous strnes, or metals, r'nless bills of l?dlng are ??: r.ed therefor, aad the valre thereof therein ex pressed. mov ia?iv BY RAILROAD DIRECT TO TE* WK8T. Tlm? bttwitn \f*?hinsl?ii nnd WhftllBf bat 17^ htmrs : Ranain# Time between Washington ar,4 Cincinnati 27 hoora II T**Of#K TICIBT* Artl) BA?<lA<?a CBBCIS TO IB HAD 55 WA=HII*OTOS. rpilE BALTIMORE A^ll OHIO RAIL a HO AO fcavingj^r?n?1v improved its Western connections, now offes th" fullest Inducements to Travellers between washington, BALTI MORE, and all portion" of the WEST. NORTH WEST, and the SOUTHWEST. The connection between the Trains from Wash ington and the Trains bound West from Balti more Is always promptly made at the Washington Junction (lately ctilled the Relay House! 0 miles from Baltimore. This Is the only change of cars required between Washington and the Ohio river. Baggage is checked through to W'heellng at the Washington Station, and rechecked ana trans ferred there, (with the passengers) without charge, for those holding Through Tickets for points be yond. The connecting Trains leave Washington daily at 6 a m. and 4# p. m. On Sundays at the latter hour only. At WHEELING dtrt't renmmon Is made with the trains of the CENTRAL OHIO RAIL ROAD, running from Bellaire, on the Ohio, near Wheeling, through Cambridge, ZanesvlUe, and Newark, to COLUMBUS. These trains connect at Newark wlih the cars of the Newark, Mansfield and Sandusky Railroad for Sandusky, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, St. LouIp. etc. At COLUMBUS the C. O. Railroad trains con vert with the fast trains of the Litilt Miami Rail road to Xenla, Cincinnati, Louisville, etc. At XENIA (on Little Miami K allroad) connrctlon Is formed with the trains through Dayton, to Indian apolis, Terre Haute, Lafcyette, Chicago, Rock Island, St. Louis, etc. \?T Passengers holding Throngb Tlckcts for Mtmptes. Vtcktburg, tfmtekt*y Ntw OtIikhs, e'-c., which are also sold at Washington?are trans ferred at Cincinnati to the Mall Steamers on the Ohio. Tickets for EvansvUle, Cairo, and St. Louis are sold by this route. |nr For CLEVELAND, *nd via Cleveland to Toledo Detroit, Chicago, etc., tickets are sold, wben the Ohio Is navlgnbie between Wheeling and WellrviUe (forty miles) where a connection with the Cleveland tad Pittsburg Railroad Is made. Travelers are requested te notice that while this Is the only mute aSbrding Through Tickets and Checks In Washington, it Is also the shortest, ?lost speedy, and direct to nearly all the leading points 1* the great West. The distance from Waahla^ton to Clnc'.anatl la but 653 miles, being about 100 calif* shorter than by any other route! FARE. BY THROUGH TICKET, PROM WASHINGTON To Wh-cllng. f9 50; Colum bus. 913 M: Dayton, 915 50; Cincinnati, 91* 00; Louisville, oy railroad. *5. by steamer from Cincinnati, 913 00; Iralsnapolls, 917 W; Cleve land, 913 ?0; Toledo, 915 PO; Detroit, 115 SO: Chicago, 920 65 and 919 50: St Louis, 9*^ 50 and ttt; Memphis, 92Bj_New (Jrieaas^ 931; ?ic. FE BEL . .... -?>????.' CJ piedmont,OAKLAND, and FAIRMO?NT, passengers may lsave Washington at 6 a. m or ?X P in. Fw the minor way stations between Baltimore sad Wheeling, take la. n. tmln from Washington. JiTT"" For trnlas to and from BaUlmeie, Arapolls, etc., see spcclnl advertisements. IIT*For further information. Through Yloksts, As . apply to THOMAS H PARSONS, Agent, at VTasnlagton Station. JOHN H. DONE, Master rf Transportation, Baltlaere and Ohio Railroad, Baltimore. Kay 3?tf O United States Patent Office, ) Washington, Jan. 3, lHSrt.} N THE PETITION OF L. W. A G. W. BLAKE, of Pepp"rvllle, Mass., praying for the extension of a patent granted to them on the ?20th day of April. 1812, for an Improvement in " Water Wheels,"for seven years from the expi ration of said patent, which takes place on the 21st day of April, 1?56: It Is ordered, that the petition lie heard at the Patent Office on Monday, the 7th of April next, at 12 o'clock m ; and all persons are notltied to ap pear and show cause, if any they have, why said pe'ition 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 t^tlinony filed by either party to be used at the said hearing must be taken and transmitted in accordance with the rules of the office, which will befurnlshed on application. The testimony In ihe case will be closrd on the 28th day of March; depositions and other papers relied upon as testimony must be filed in the of rtceon or before the morning of that day; the ar guments, if any, within ten days thereafter. Ordered, also, thatthla notice be published In the Union, IntelllgencerandEvenlngStar, Wash ; I J -| a week for three successive weeks previous to the 7th day of April next, the day of hearing. CHARLES MASON, Commissioner of Patents. P. 8.?Editorsof the above papers will please copy, and send their bills to the Patent Office, with a paper containing this notice, jan 4?law3w MMINt E MEAT. INCE MEAT OF SUPERIOR qUALlTY. made from Virginia Mountain Beef and Fruits and Spices of tne purest and beat quality, under my own supervlnion, for sale at my atore, corner or Vermont avenue and 15th street. no? Z M P. KING. I THE GREATEST MEDICAL DISCOVERT OF THE AGE. Pr* ^WWKDY ?! Ktibirr.

Has discovered In one of our common ViiTVU wmds a remedy that cures *,T?" EVERY KIND 0F HUMOR f no* TBI WOIIT ICIorCLi SOWN TO A COM* *OH PIMPLI. H1"' HAS TRIED IT in OVER ELEVEN hundred cases, and never failed exeunt in cases, (both thunder humor ) He has now in his possession over two hundred certificates of Its vir tue. all within twenty miles of Boston Two bottles are warranted to cure a nursing sore mouth. h 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 wont canker In the mouth and stomach Three to five bottles are warranted to cute the worst case of Erysipelas. One to two bottles are warranted to cure all humor In the ayes. Two bottles are warranted to cure nmning of the ears and blotches among the hair Four to six bottles are warranted to cure corrunt and running ulcers v One bottle will cure scaly eruption of tha skin Two to three bottles are warranted to cure the worst case of ringworm Two to three bottles are warranted to cure the most desperate case of rheumatism Three to four 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 the first bottle, and a perfect cure Is warranted when 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 So sure as water will extin guish fire, so sure will this cure humor. I never sold a bottle of it but that sold another; after a trial it always speaks for itself. There are two things atyut this herb that appears to me surpris ing ;dlrst that it grows in our pastures, in some places quite plentiful, and yet its value has never been known until 1 discovered It In 1?16 second. that it should cure all kinds of humor. in order to give some Idea of the sudden rise and great popularity of the discovery, I will state that in April, 1853, I peddled it, and sold about* bottles per day-in April, 1B5^ I sold over 1,000 bottles per day of it. ' Some of the wholesale Prjigglstswho have been In business twenty and thirty years, say that no thine in the annals of patent medicInes was ever like It. There is a universal praise of it from all quarters. In my own practice I always kept It strictly for humorr?but since its introduction as a general family me<H?ine, great and wonderful virtues faavr horn found Id it that I never 8'inpertod Several raw* of epileptic Ate?a dl*ca*e wbl^h wa* always conr!dered incurable,Lave been cured by a few ootUea. O, what a mercy if it will prove effectual in all cases of that awful malady?there arc but few who have seen more of it than I have I know of several cases of Propgy, all of them aged people cured bv it For the various diseases or the Liver, Sick Hcwlache, Dyspepsia, Asthma, I ever and Ague, Pain In the Side, Diseases of tLc Spine, and particularly In diseases of the Kid neys, Ac., the discovery has done more good than jtnv medicine ever known No change of diet ever necessary?eat the best you can get and enough of It. Direction* for Use..?Adults one table spoonful F>er day?Children over ten years dessert spoon til -Children from five to eight years, tea spoon ful . As no directions can be applicable to all con stltutlons, take sufficient to opera'c on the bowels twice a day. MANPFACTFRET) BT IM? > A I< D KENNEDY, Mo. 1J0 Ror^?ry, Mni Pairs, On* botna. Wholesale Agents?New York City, ij v CLM'KNRK, 61 Barclay street; C H RING IW Kroadwsy; A. B A D SANDS, loo Fulton Philadelphia, T W. PVOTT A SONS Baltimore, BROU N A BROTHER, CANBY A H vrCH. Alexandria, PEEL A STEVENS At Retail by all respectable Druggist* in the United States and British Provinces, and also by the Druggists of this City. oet24-ly DOCTOR HOOFLAND'S CELEBRATED German Bitters, PRPPAHEP BT DR. C. M. JACKSOff, PhiladV, Fa. , WILL *rr*CTDALLT CCHJ6 ' LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICE. Chronic or flervo** De(nifty, Ditotmm of lL. ordtrtd U?r ? gtcmmck. J Soch as Conotipation, inward Piles, Fullness, oi Hlood to tha Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nau sen, Heartburn, Disgust for food, Fullness, or Weight in the Stomach. Sour Eruetations, Sink ing or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering ot the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensations when In a lying Posture, nimness of Vision, Dots of Webs before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain In the Head, Defi ciency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin and Pain In tKa 4</lo nu<w.? ? < * Depression of Spirits. ^TMIE PROPRIETOR, In calling 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 lean people, and its reputation and Kale 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 Farmers and Families, to be had gratis of all th? Agents for the German Bittois. Principal Office and Manufactory, 130 ARC! STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA. TESTIMONY FROM NORTH CAROLINA WtrttfitOH of Pr. W. Smith, ?f f?iw Hill, its I A mmd County, if. C. n. o * Pm* Hill, March 4,1854. W iASXiow, Philadelphia?Dear Sir: 1 hsve been a subject of Dyspepsia, in its worst form, for the last five years. Such was my condi tlon for twelve montbs that the rhyslrians and all who saw me said I must die. While in this con oition I was carried to the watering places in Vir ginia, Temessee, and North Carolina, but was not benefi'ted ty any ws?er to which 1 ww taken. While on my way home 1 stopped i week at Ruth erferdton, a small village in North Carolina, to trv the effect of pome Chalybeate water in that Ilve. About the last of the week I went into a r.ifT rtore to get some mcdic'ne for my child and myself. There were soveral of the village physi cians in the store, and one of them seemed to take some Interest in my case, and, after asking roe some questions, said bo had been a dyspeptic and baa boe? greatly benefitted by th^ use of HOOF LAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, prepared by you, and he Insisted tb"t I would try the Blttera. He also -Ailed the next day at mv room, and *Ked ?o muCh that I would try there thct I asked him to gel me one bottle He did II. and I com !52STl111" <llrer^>*nd I wax mere ben Cfitted by It thus all the water and medicine I had ?tc? W.40J. ?? ~fl?iLr<,*chl*K ?"9 of *7 ???*b*>ort c?m? to rce tor a prescription and reedlcinc, (be a d< s EaS ^ "JJ* ***rly ali ^ I m- , Ich,,'^ecte4 muph K00"* In his cas*. He hae often cslled on me for mere of the same kind oi medicine, saying be was more benefited by it than any other he had taken, but I haw no| been able to get any more for him or myself since: wUl you, therefore, please ship ae a doxen ?; More as soon as nosslMe. Respectfully, yonn, W.SMITH. O l>()p(nKpV'jlKr?-; RoK?r's r,5r?. Wake Co., M. October i4,185J, says: . '5.aS^?ve,xPerl?or'e? **"7 *r<*t benefit from th? LAND'S GERMAN BITTERS in cnronlc Dysentery and functional derangement of tne Liver, and its concomitant evils, I am desirous ofobtalnlng a quantity of it for the be.efit of my community. You will, therefore, please sead ? iOt) *C.| AC. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J, ATWOOP HvMYsviLLi, Yadkla Co., N. C. I _ _ M . November 1st, IH45.1 Dr. C. M. Jatfkson?Dear Sir: Allow me to ex press to you ray sincere thanks for your discovery ef a medicine which, to say the least of it, has af fected a cure that all other medicines, that I have ?**enj k*vc entirely failed to do. HOOF LAND'S GERMAN BITTERS ha re cured im- of the most stubborn and <tggravated case of the rilsp that perhaps, ever fell to the lot of man My case la not a stranger In this community, as I am well known in this and the surrounding ?ountiMi and can truly say that ray recovery ha< astounded all my friends and relations, as 1 had tried everything recommended, and nothing did mc any good un til I was prevailed npon to try the Blttws. Yoa are at liberty to make any nse of this communica tion for tbe benefit of the affile ted, you may think prtpsr. Truly, yours, 1 r WM. i. AT WOO#. These bitters are mttrily rtgtmhU, thev lnvt? ass1 WKLLj Georgetown, aad JTR. PIERPONT, a 1 xandria. mar 1?1? rjlOYS IN KNDLESS VARIETY, at the faniporium of Fancy Goods 306 Pa. avenue J dec 1W ELLIS. TYLER'S COMPOUND STRIP OF GUM , ARABIC AS A.REMEDY FOR COUGHS. COLDS, HOARSENESS, ASTHMA, WHOOPING COU GH, C SOU P.Ac . thy gn"t?t ??* ?ajutages, with the lew* objection* of any other 1b use. having been extensively used the last twenty veers with unparalleled suooess, nrt trumpeted to the world as a specific or care all, but recom mended as a valuable and scientific auxiliary in pclmona*t casts, ready at hand, and one that haa been generally found to afford relief ^berc most others bave been tried without material hen efit As such it is recognized by numbers of our leading physicians, who know Its composition, and have been eye witnesses of its superior t i cacy, as well as by thousands of out most respec table citizens, who all endorse its claim to being safe, palatable, e^-onomlcal and efficacious Priee 35 cents, or three bottles In one SO cents. Wholesale Agents, PATTERSON A NAIRN, and STOTT A CO , Penna avenue; PEEL A STEVENS, Alexandria; CISSEL, Georgetown Retailed by Druggists generally. Also, Tyler's gum arabic cough CANDY DROPS, the same composition la lozenge form, 12# cents a box nov it IMMEDIATE RELIEF FOR THK TOOTH-ACHE IS FOUND. therk is now offered to the A world a most effectual remedy for the cure of Tooth ache, in fact the only on* knots* to cure the most violent tooth ache Instantaneously, If properly applied according to direction Should the pain after the first application, in course of time, re-appear, the same application bas to be made again, and after two or three applications the cure will be effectual and tb* decayed tooth as useful as any other. This really Indispensable remedy causes no pain, and Is warranted to have no injurious effect whatever Please rallforA. FERGER'S TOOTH-ACHE BALSAM. Price 25 cents per phial. To be had at the Drug Stores of A J R IDG LEY, CHAS STOTT A CO., D. J. DYSON, V HARBAUGH, and J. B. GARDNER A CO., Washington. no* 3 Bibles and prayer books, in fich Velvet, Turkey Morocco, and plain binding. Children*' Books, the most extensive assort ment to be found in the District. Miss Bunkley's Escaped Notice, price SI. Harper's Magazine for January Also, a large assortment of ivory and pearl handle PENKNIVES, PISTOLS of all kiuds. For sale by E. K LUNDY, dec 21?tr No. 128 Bridge- st , Georgetown PRIVATE MjfblCAL TREATISE PHILOSOPHIC AL?VIEW OF MARRIAGE, FT M. B. LA CROIX, M. D., ALBANY, N. Y , 260 Paget and 19G Fine, Colored Lilk oqrafks and Platet. Piics only Twestt Fivi Cists. Sent Free of Postage to all parts of the Union. CHEAPEST BOOK EVER PUBLISHED? and containing nearly double the quantity of read matter In that of the FIFTY CENT OR DOL LAR PUBLICATIONS It treats on the PHYSIOL OGY OF MARRIAGE, aud the Secret Infirmities and Disorder of Youth and Maturity, resulting from ex cesses, which destroy th* physical and mental pow ers, with Observations on Marriage, its duties and disqualifications. and their remedies, with Mtho^raphs.lU'istratlnc the Anatomy and Physiology, and Diseases of the Re productive Organs of both sexes, their stroetnre, nses, and function* A popular and eoroprehen sive Treitise on the Duties and Causaltle* of slu gJe and married llfs?happy and fruitful slllances, mode of securing them?infelicitous and infertile ones- their obvieMon and removal ?important hints to those contemplating mat'lmony, that will overcome objections to it; none, bowc-*er. should take thb important ?tep without first consulting Its psges?commentaries on the diseases and medical treatment of females from infancy to old ape. each case graphically illustrated by beautiful lithogra phic plates?nervous debility, its causes and sure, by a process at once ?*o simple, safe and effectual that failure Is impossible?rules for daily manage ment?an r-?av on Spormatorrhcea. with 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 irom indiscretion, with plain and simple rules by which all persons can cure them selves without mercury -remedies for those s-lf Infii ted miseries and disappointed hopes so un fortunately prevalent in the young. It is a tr"h ful adviser to the married and thos* contemplating marriage. Its perusal is particularly recommend ed to persons entertaining secret doubts of their phyical condition, and who are conscious of hav ing hazarded tbehealth. happiness, and privileges to wfcich every human beln^' Is entitled. Price TWENTY-* 1VE CENTS per copy, or Five Copies for One Dollar. Mailed, free of post age, to ail parts of the United States B ?Those who prefer may consult Dr. LA CROIX upon any of the diseases upon which this book treats, either pentenal'.v or by mail. Medi cine sent to anv part af the Union according to di rections. safely packed and carefully secured from all observation Address Dr. M B LA CROI X, No. 31 Maiden Lane, or Post Office Box 57V Albany, N. Y. Office open dally, from 8 a m to 9 p m and on Sunday from 3 until 5 r>. m. UJ- Office REMOVED from No ? Beever st. to 31 Maiden Lane, Albany. New York. dec 2S?ly TO ALL THAT VALUE THEIR SIGHT. WISHES to call the attention to all that suffer with defective sight, caused by age, sick ness and particularly from glasses lniudiclouslv selected, to bis superior Sl'KCTACLES and 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 eve. Very nmnerous are the ill effects caused to the preclour organ of sight from the commencement of using glasses In not being precisely suited, by the use of an Optowttr; and the practice of many years, enables blm to measure the focal disease of the eyes, and such glasses that are absolutely re quired will be furnished with precision and satis faction. J. t. acknowledges the very liberal encourage ment already obtained, anu further solicits the pa tronage of those that h&venot yet availed them selves of his rid. Persons that cannot conveniently call, by send ing the glasses In use, and stating how many Inches they can read this print with the.r spee-ta cles, can be supplied with euch that will improv their sight. Innumerable testimonials to be seen ; and refer ences given to many who have derived the greatest ease aiid comfort from his glasses. Circulars to be bad gratis, at his No. 513 Seventh street, three doois from Odd fellow*' Hall, up stairs. Na?Tt)!i, Se^embcr 7, tP54. Sir?The Spectacles ?;>?? mad* f?r me suit very well, and sr*m to have Improved my sight mere than far cth?i I have Utriy trio* J.ITT. W. TAZEWELL. I bev? tried a pslr of Spectacle* obtained from Mr. Tobias, and and th? a of fjrM a-sls:?*ce t? [ my tight, and corresponding ^itb bis description of the focus. 1 recommead Clm ass sklllfnl ontl ,|M. HENRY A. W15K. Mr. J Toaii * : Hlr?Tbr pair of fcnecUcles I furn'?aed me yesterday ?rr |>?rt1ctujrlv torv to me. Tney are very rtecldedly the best I poes-***, aod I am 'h" owner of eight or nlno pl'i c&r- fully rejected In different places and from op ticians recommended to me on account of their Er0foc*lonal standing In Lnrland. France and the nited States 1 have been slso pleased with your remarks and directions on the ?reatmentel fhe eyes, for the purpose of preserving tndirnprov Profeater of M. C., Louisville, Xy. Lti?chbw??, Nov. 10, t?M. Mr. Jehu ffobla? having famished me with by which I hsve been greatly aided (iry vision having suffered gr?*Uy from reading at nlgbtjn mv earlier Mr) It affords trie the highest pleasure to say that I consider him a sk'.Hful prac tical optician, and well prepared to aid Ihooe wha mr.y aeed his professional servlcas. WM. li ROUZIK, Elder of Methodist Conference. VFir.jtiNGTo*, N. C , Jan 17,1*54. Mr. J. Tonus: Dear Sir?I am happy te ?ay ihat the Spectacles which ! obtained from you last week are entirely satisfactory. From an Inequal ity in the vlsuai ranr.e of my eyes, I have hereto fore found great dlflicuity in getting glasses of the proper focal distance. It affbrds me pleasure te ?late that, by the aid of yonr optometer, this diffi culty haa Wen happily oorlit?l so that theglasMi you furnished roe aredeoidedly the best aAaptec ?? mr eye* of any I have ever yet u**d . , Very ^ D'nsrtment of I titerlor, Ms7 7.18M. From Ntnral defects and the 12^ zszA r^Saotlv By the use <4 his optomete, woaya*xo IIKNRYE UALDWINj^? Assist Sec'f to sign Land W jyl?-tl ML** WOOD CKNITII T, Office Ma. ?M ft. cerasr IOtt ttveei (on* tbb UTWt'i urn > This cemetery t> utdoeton tb-pu* ^ tb? ? "iPhrttwl 6 fenwood nf >fw \ of| ,B* sltneted on the high ground distant one U4 ? quarter ml'ea north of the Capitol?North Canlio| ?treet leading directly to the gateway. Thla Company have secured a charter fro? n??. frees, appropriating their ground forever to bnMai porpoeea, making a fee title to the parchawr m pri L biting all encroachments from leglalattoa or - ? ? ?- -? ?? ?.j; piVBlMimiy >u I _____ otherwiee, whloh la of vaat importance to thaar who arish their dead to repoae where they ha** placed (ijc-n. for It has hrooaw a ?mxem in a; other cities when the harlal ground become Tlio.' able for other parposee, to sell It, and throw ths dead ) romlaronsly into ona large pit, and J ?Mka cannot prevent it, as no tlties are gi**? to the ground. | N 11.?Offloe open from llto U o'clock a. m , where Pamphlets, oontalning the Charter, By Law*, and a map of the ground, and all othw li. forrr atlon, can be obtained All orders left with Mr Jamee F Harvey ffe i flOSeventh street, or any ether undertaker. will be ?mpUviMiMla_ te W?U SOMETHING TO OLD AMU YOfrN*. PKUPKSM' K WOOD'S HAIR RIITOBATIVI THIS preparation, although Uv.k thas two years before Im public, owing to its wonderful ef fre?? rpon the numan hair and scalp, ha* already obtained a celebrity and sale perfectly nn par?iw?^ It ha* without the ordinary appManoe used for snob purposes. won Its way. and been heartily welroiwd to most of the cities and town* in tke United State*, the Canada*, aud the West India Inlands. Nor Is this result surprising when It is remembered that It* popularity is hat^d upon Its merits, solely as established by actual tost* That this prepnratlnn will actually Restore gray Man to Its Natural Color, produce a luxuriant Curthupon the head* of the bald, present the r from felling oft, and when used a? a tonic ar Uc.fc, rynd'ice a continual low of the natural ? \A and thus render the hair soft, glosav and wavy, destroy distance of the scalp, and expel dandmw. th* e< rilftcatee of distinguished gentlcmeu end ladle* In every part of the country wsho have tried it, and therefore speak what they know. most ful - ly attest That by a proper nse of this Restorative 'be hair can be made to attain and retain Its natn ral color to almost any age slotted to humanity, by removing the cause of disease from the scalp ?o matter how long standing?the concurrent tes timonial* of the press and tb* c^rtlftcetes of nu m'r-ms rr*pectable Individuals of both *exe* te th* use of tills curative, as Wfli a* of the roeore B' nwatlons of editors and certiftcatcs before allu ded to, can be had of all agenta. BaooxriaLD, Mass., J as Ik, l-'?* F*->r. Wood?D?"er Sir?Having made trial of your Hair Restorative, It give* me pleasure to nay that Its effect ha* been excellent In removing la laxmontlon, dandrrft. and a constant tendency in Itching, with which 1 have boen troubled fm.n ohU^bood. and has alsot estored m<( b *lr, wbir* w* becoming gray, tol is original color, i ba** used ?? other article, wub arfyihirg ilke the aaate pleaxare and prolt. Vocra, trn.y , J ft. *<FA?? fuM of Orthodox Church Broekfceld CilLTtl. Ill , Jnee V7, IR.Vt I kavenaed Prof O J, Wood s Heir ?I ??, and have admired Ms wonderful eftc* m? bate wss berom'ng, a* I thought. n?ematnreif grn??; but bv the oae of his *'R ?*! or aUve ' It l^a r**'?mod Its original eolor, and I have no drab1, pe.misently ac. HIDNEV HR KKPfc, I'.i *e?a?T 0*lt*d ?ta?ea. r??r Woos : ?|Mar f*lr- My hair fKilln? ng som? throe or fonr years since, ?nd 'f.n Mti'?e?! to do so until I bo*?f qnlte bald I trlod all the popular remedies of the da?'. but lo no *f. ftvt,*tl8*t I vas Indnrrtl to nse yrrtf oeKhrs'.o^i H/tr Hestoratlve. cm very hsppy lo say it Is dotnp wondrrs. I hav? now a in* growth rf hair, end rheerfolIy recommend ita nse ?? ?11 s'nailaiiy aHitted A C WII-LI I.TI H^oond street Address O j *\iMjp % C?? froprWors. Broadway, N?T* V <nb, and lit Msrfcet -tree*, ??t, Louis, Mo. C. BTOTT A CO., wbolesnle i#?ail Aj-nt, Washington 7. wTTDYOTT fc Bt?NS, Oenerei Vv bo|r^>? Agent, Philadelphia, Ta. eu I?ly Carter's Spanish Mixture Tlik IrRKAT PVKIFIER OFTHE BLOOl*' Best Alterative Knew a!! vtr?v a f a b Tin ? ii v MiirriT im it An Infallible remedy f??r Fcroftila. King'a fcvll, Kheumatisnn. Obstinate Cutaneou* Lruptlon*, Pimples or Pontiilea on the Face, Hlotrbe*, Bo'.U, Ague at.d Fever, Chronic E'-re Ky?>>. Ringwoim or Tetter, Scald lleald. Knlarwe inent and pain of the Bones and Joints, Ss't Rheum. Stubborn Ulcere, Syphilitic Disorders, and all diseases arising from an ln)<idlrioii* u?? of Mercury, Imprudence in Life, er lu j urlty ?.f ?the Blood. 1>HiS great remedy, whloh ha* W-com#' so rar ldlv and so Justly coiebrmtod for ita extraordi nary eflfczrv in rellevin-' and curing many of the most obstinate and terrible forms of di*e*?e with which mankind Is afflicted . Is now oflered to the public, with the ronfldent assurance that no M ap ical Discovaay ever made has been so eminently successful Incuring ScaorcLA. and all disvasf* or in Blood,as CARTER 8 SPANISH MIX TURE. The proprietors are receiving by every mall most flat:-rug end astonishing details of cures made in all parts of the country, and In mos* ca?cs where the skill of the best Physicians had born rled in vain. lu power over the Blood Is truly remaraable and all dlssase* arising from Impurity of the greet Sbat or Lira have been relieved andcured with out a single failure, out of the thousand* who have used It. Carter'a Spanish Mixture contains no Mercury, OpUim. Arsenic, or any dangerous drugs, l?ut is composed of Roots and Herbs, com Dined with other ingredient* of known virtue, arid may be given to the youngest Infant or i->o*t d? bliiuted Invalid, without the least possible hesi tation. We have only room for short extract* from the volumes of testimony In our poesesalon. ar.d a 1 from gentlemen of the highest respectability, w*ll known In their various localities. Please read ?o yourselves. We take great pleasure in calling the attention of our readers to the merits of Carer's Spsnlsb .Mixture as a remedy for diseases of the blood. It enjoya a reputation In this city uneaualled by env other preparation.?Datlf Di'peicA, Richmond, Fa. The Hon John M Botts. of Va.,*ar* heconsld era it a matter of duty to add Ul* testimony to the virtues of Carter's Spanish Mixture, rao* *crr?L eaasonaL onsaavATion of its remarkable cura tlve powers for the diseases la which it is used W e have been curcd of a violent sr.d protracted Liver disease by Carter's Spanish Mix tire we know It to be all it professes ?Editvr S.-uik?irf? Democrat, Ptursbttrg, Fa. We have found from personal trial, 'Ltt Car ter's Spahlsh Mlahire Is a truly valuable medi cine? Ed F<t|ts??.i Jnd'p'ndtut, Vt. GREAT CURE OF SCROFULA -A p-e" nun In our employ war. enred of Scrtifula of a vir ulent character by a few bottles of Carter's Span Ixh Mixture, after everything else had failed l?th er cures which have come under our earn observa ? tlod, prove* to us conclusively, that 1* really a val uable medicinal agent. We take greet wrasure In calling the attention of the afflicted to it* mer its ?Rtrkmcnd Rt^nhlttan SYPNIL IS.?1 have se*n a numb*'' of rtiff* of Syphilis porformed by Cartrr's Spanish I believe it to be a porfoc: antidote for that horri ble dlaeaiK'. E. BURTON. Com. of Revenue for city of Richmond LITER DISEASE ?Samuel M Drinker of Ihe frm of Drinker A Morris, Book*?ller?, Rich mond, Va., was cured of Liver dlseas* of several years standing by only three bottles of Carter a Spanish Mixture. OLD SORES, VLCERS AJUD OK> TJPAT* FKLTTlOys OS THE SKI!*.-#rv tbe c.r# of Mr Harwood, and others dMallod in our Al manac The number of siirh caaes cured bv Car ter's Spanish Mixture, precludes the f^oeeiblil'-f of !n-?ertlng tbero la an advertiseiceat. t'.FFECTZ OF MERCURY.-*** lh* enre ?| Mr Elmcre. ne was eaten up with Mercury si?d oould obtain no relief, until he took six bomes of Carter's bpanlsh Mixture, which perfectly restored him to health and vigor. NEURALGIA ? Mr F Bo\-den, formerly of the Astor House. N. V.. but more recently propr)^ etor of the Kxchange Hotel. Richnwnd, was cured Af Neuralgia by Carter's Spanish Mixture Since that t'ine, ne says be has seen It cure more tbsn a hundred cases of the disease In which it I* need. He nerer Ml* te recommend It to (be afflicted RHEUMATISM-Mr Jebn F Drugulst. of Mart I nsbur*. i?"' rular cr,re of a violent case of R bevmatlsm The patient could not walk A few botUoa entirely 0m^rR(>FULA.- Mr Harrison alse ?er1tes of a orest eurc of beiofula, In ihe person of e your.g Udy, (of tbroc ve*r? a'ardlng,) which all th* doc. tors could not n-a'h. Six b-.taes made a care of her SYTH1LIS ?IU K T 11 endle, of Washing ton. DC, who cured an obatlnate case of Syphi lis by Carter's Spanish Mixture, says 4,lt acts ?po. dally on the Blo<jd, Liver snd Skin and Is promrt and efflclen' In Its results." Dr. John Mlnge. formerly of th*1 tllty HoM, Richmond, now of Alabema, says h?- bss m<o ?Jarter's Spanish Mixture edmlnlstered la a nuai her of cases with astonishingly pood elect he recommends It as "the moat efflcTeat sltoretlv- la AM) '' SALT RHEUM AND SCROFVIA Mr. Job. Robinson, of Wooster, Ohio, ares cored of ScroTda and Halt Rbe<im of threr years st^d'ng, by only three bottlea ef Carter's Spanish Mixture. WIS ? BEERS A CO , fioptfcOo" No 3M Broadwsx. New York. ITT" Prloe f 1 per battle, or sit bottles for ?a r or ?ale by CHAS STOTT, Washfcton. U. C.| And Drugglata geaerally. oct 1?1 y