Newspaper of Evening Star, March 29, 1856, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated March 29, 1856 Page 4
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evening star FOUND DEAD. Found ditd-dnd and alone, There waa nobody near, nobody near, When the O .toa?t died on bis pillow of atone? No mther, no brother, no sister dear, Not a friendly voice to soothe or cheer Not a watching eye or pitying tear Found dead?aead and alone In the roofless street, on a plUow of stone. Many a weary d*y went by, . , While wretched and worn he begged for bread, Tired of life, and longing to lie Peacefu ly with the ailem lead Hunger and cold, and acorn and pain. Had waa:rd bis form aod scared hie brain, Till at la>t on a ?>ed of frozen ground, With a pillow of s'one, was the Outcast found. Found d ad?dead and alone On a pit., w of stone in the roofless street Nobody beard nis ins. f;int moan. Or anew when his htart had ceased to beat, No mourner Inhered with teira or sighs, But the atar- looked down with pitying eye.', And the chill wi.ids passtd with a wailing aound O'er the lonely spot wh< re his for ?n was found. Found dead-yet not alone; There was soiu^Dcdy near?somebody near To claim the wacderer as bis own. And find a home for the homeless here. One when every hum in door la c'o-ed to his children scorned end poor, Who op<sr,a the Heavenly portal wide; Ah God was near when the Outcast died. An Overcrow* Bushes* ?It ii stated that the business of the Messrs. Harper is now 10 extended as to be, like that of the Messrs. Lawrence (pri-.rto the death of Abbot Lawrence) in Massachusetts. quite unmanage able In fact, the Harpers have now so large a catalogue of stereotype plate*, that tho pos sibility of affording a new book, the attentiou which any of the younger houses can give i' is impracticable. Tuey do not advertise or otherwise pu?h them and the much vaunted facilities in connection with their magazine have proved in every instance of this kin i altogether delusive An expectation of copy right at the hands of the Harpers, just now, when the trade is combined against them, and their resources absorbed in the manufacture of an alreaJy enormous catalogue and in their periodical, is one of the most fatile aspirations of hope We could enumerate a little crowd of their late publications, upon which their authors and .1 half a dozen of our younger houses would have achieved fortunes, had not the manuscripts been burked in Cliff atreet, and made into books for a tail to tho Harper Monthly Kite. Harper books reach a wide market when they brirg with them an Eng lish celebrity, such as Maeauly, hut an origi nal publication like " Life in Brazil," will barely reach the Harper aganciA and a very limited immediate sale. Paterxal Love?It appears that in the drawing for the conscription in France, the son of a widow is in ail cases exempt The Paris correspondent of the New York Express aays that w'uen the last annual drawing took place, a poor man, whoso idolized and only son had been ao unlucky as to draw a number which made him a lawful prey to the ^overn ment, went quietly from the scene to his dwel* ling, and was found the next morning h?ng* ing dead in his garret He sacrificed his life to save his son from military service, and the child, now the son of a widosr. was exempt from the much-dreaded conscription. The Boston Bee says : "Nearly every woman we met on the streets yesterday had on a pair of boots?goo-i. honest, long-legged, water-proof boots. How much better is this than paper Soled, disease clinching, ridiculous ahoes. We are beginning to think the millen ium is approaching Women wear boots?ac tual, soled, no mistake, boots. When will women allow common ser.ae, instead <?:' false notions of elegance, to control their t lection of coverings for me ravages of that great ene my of the females of Arne ica?consumption." A Naw Featcre ?The New Jersey Rail road Company have opened a Complaint Book. The book is open at all h >urs. at the office in Jersey City, for the entry of all causes of dis satisfaction or corn Dl^ints of any kind, which the Company engage promptly and thoroughly to investigate and redress, if made by respon sible persons. A like course will be tak<-n if the complaints be c ?mmunicated to the officers of the Company, with the name of the party aggrieved. MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS VROM TBI VNtTBD STATES AlV.f \ />????! For /)?( (Collins) New York.... Liverpool...Mar tv Ferala New York Liverpool... A pi. X Fulton New York Havre A pi 5 Oapray N?* York CarUagwia .Apl. b Br en a '..New York London A pi 16 raoM iraoFR Fuilor. Havre New York....Mar 14 Wacada Liverpool. ..Boston Mar. 15 Atlantis Liverpool....New York...Mar. 19 Asia Liverpool. ..New N ork... Mar. W Wash 1 agton.. U remt-n New Y01 a... Mar. 2$ The Califrrnia s'earnera leave New York on the 9th and sotl. of each uiontn. ARRIVALS AT F2I*CIPAL HOTELS. WlUaids' lista;-. ?..? 1 a. w:iun T D Cb ffl?-ld, Tenn I) J Hwlck, Mass 8 C Wakulla, Fa H Rammei, do K Bond, Ark J Bucber, La J Loydaviile, dj T Allibcne, Fa VV J one*, do J Alii bine, co H D Clermont, NJ D F Lyoa, Vi C E LaUhiw Mat* W F ouest. r k Lro, Me ?*.I Do^n<iii, Md F Ring t ly, Mass b Herrin. NY J A Fluvaia, Tenn g F Whltmer do B II an ley. Fa J Amherst, Wis C Mecklenburg, do D Pembroke, DC K L Sewart, t*a W Foiidren * iy, Mass K B Tarbsll, Vt ? B Marion, Va H Kandolph, NY A1 F Cochran, .Md ?' Davis A da 1, Va B Harb'n, NY R C Lipscomb, do T F Lowers. SC II Ii Vadan, Md 4* a;alli?k. Fa T J Blume, NO ? Caider, Ya J Sanderson, Ct F D Cooier, DC G Princeton, N Y W uaddU, N V b K 11 y, do %V Mowbray, Va J W oritUn Va V C Talman, N V I Hazlehurat A ly, Fa A O Warrencr, 111 H Hovt A ly, NO Dr N S Lincoln. DC W Al'ackard, Me W B Whiting. I HA G Oakland, Va Al) W rig t, 111 h bcof, do A J Drexei, Fa M D You'sg, SC A da St Andre, do P M Barry, Fa Mon R Chcate, Maa* C B Janelaw, N Y C Strong, Fla H frhe'wood, Fla C A Volt. N Y J Hal!, do C TailirndgeA ly, do W F l.cdwlck, VIo J A Green. Va C B Goliad, Va tftaa. iietel ? w:lli*u esv. J Morton, Mas-< Dr Brace, Md E G Lucas, Md >1U* Carr. Va J L Katep R H Duv*ll, Md O H Morris W Harth, Va C W Bluii.i'i H Labnev, do A Lskleff, NY H Hlggtib ?tham, Md T Ferr.atein. do F S (ireen, do O W Hethred. Nil CL Shrewsbury, Ind Ii H Feirce. do ^ 8 tiu?nard. 111 K l) Foea do M C Ir'a d, Cal G H Oedd'.ngs, ly, NT HC Sutherland, DC W J Huenre, do J A Camalier, Md *'apt Duwf rd R U Maeornber, N Y A H Petrle N\ H Connelly, Fa J C I e/ii, do t* Hammond, Mleh T C Robin^wu, Va i* C Funen y, Kan F Ma: l y K G Dun nng. Va W F. Rom do A B Cla^e't, Md Col W U Dan^erlle'.d, H l^dgard Mich ?vd Mr* L-dgard, do d E Lipaccinb. Va Mr? i^oid^.ter J M McDonald, Fa Mr Ltoni^a'.er l-.r^wrt' Heiii- t t A k. laewa J A Ftrotte', ly, La J M Dnrreil, Pa Mrs Wllkius, dr, do GO Ma^md^r, Md J A Hutton, Va J J Oiiew, do W G Button do EM Birn ?? dj Miae Hutton, do J lle.<ll,dn V Miller, l.a w Z bei!l, do M Towns. Fa F M Bowie, du J W Harper, Md A B B<rry, do J W Harper. Mo A W Biftler, Ft S H Can..adey. Va ? ? Braham, Va Dr Horafr, L'jN W D Wllllane, NY J Black, N \ Mi-a Ward. Va F ?tarue. Pa VD Pini.tam, Me Dr Oeoourne, Md J -eweli, Md H CHcc tt, do ft.irbw?ed Heass-f. A a H Illt?S<? F B llfo", Va J L Harrod, ?? M Marye, do J Vaugh n, NC C W Crock**, *.'d W 'I run*. A a O W tiamden, Tenn C K totnclalr Va J F MltUag A ly Cum Jo-<?. d > J N Keyn'Tda A ly A Worrall, d"> H M Fo.eyA lad!e*,NY M Qnl. n, DSN 8 L Henry, Mom E Green, Md L W Cray. Va J I eery, do W StJmp, Md GUTTA PERCHA TBITH THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN IN the habit of sending eur patrons to Dr. COSBY, formerly of Richmond, Va., for Dental operations for a num ber of years. *nd take P*p*?ure ,n recommending him to the citizen* of Washington as the best Tooth Extractor ard Dental tiperator that we hare ever met with He Inserts Teeth apon every plan that is practised In the United State*. Q?o. r. Ho'dni". M. D. B. W. Towlaa, M. D. A. T. P?yn?. M. D, DOS John F. Millar, M. D. Jibm Bryant. M D O. F. Obtmb?rfln, M. 0., DD8. 0. Y. Harris, M. D. Samuel P. Brown, M. D. W)tbi TI?iI?t, M. D H M. FranolMO. M. D. OAce over Ford A Bro.'s, No. 990, corner of 11th street and Pa avenue. nov S7? GUTTA PERCHA TEETH. DR. O. Ml'NSON, AT 310 PA. AVENUE, Is mounting Teeth on a Gutta Perch a B.?se. Also, with Allen's pat-/ ent continuous Gum, combining beau ty. strength and cleanliness. Dr M. is determined to keep pace with every Improvement in Dentistry, and will strive to please ana profit his patrons. BBVBRKRCB : P. D Gurley, D D. Hon R II Glllct, J. G. Blnney, D D. Hon. 8 A Douglas, B Sunderland, D.D. Dr R P Patterson, H. R. Schoolcraft, Esq. Dr. R H Coolldge, Hon. C Mason, Dr. Thomas Miller, Hon. AOP Nicholson, And the Medical Faculty of Georgetown Col lege. gov X?tf DESTINY DKtlO^STHATEIi BY Tllli PLANETS I'H ASTRO LOU Y. PROF'R SY LVESTER CONTINUES TO Foretell all Partieular Events of Human Life, mieh as Love, Marriage, Description of Pt-rsons. Riches, Business, F?irnd?, Rights, Claims, and Deeds of Property; all kinds of speculations, Law Suits, Gain or Lose; of Sickness, all kinds of Dis tempers cured in quick time. Tirms: Fifty Cents, male or female; Peopled Color, Twentv-Flve Cents. No. 137 B street, opposite the Smithsonian, oa he Island. mar3-lm* A; ?k BUY AND HELL FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EXCHANGE; FURNISH DRAFTS On all Parti of United States and Europe; COLLECT DRAFTS On all parts of United States and Europe; DRAW BILLS ON IRELAND FOR ?l OR UPWARDS; BUY AND SSLL ' BONDS, STOCKS, A OTHER SECURITIES; NEGOTIATE TIME PAPKH. investment paying 10'if nnd ever, fer sale. LA5D WARRANTS. We are at all times Purchasing, and have for Sale, LAND WARRANTSof all denominations. Land Warrants located In Iowa, Wisconsin, or Minnesota. CHUBB BROTHERS, Jan 23-tf Bankers, opposite the Treasury. AGENCY OF THE Keystone Insurance to. of Ihiladelphia. Capital $300,000! NNUAL REPORT FOR THE YEAR ?l ending January 1, 1^66 Assets of th- Company, consisting of Bonds and Mortgages on unencumbered real es tate Si 10.6^1 00 Stocks of other Corporations, worth par 25,020 00 Cash on hand,.*... 31,??0 30 Bills receivable, consisting of Marine notes and short loans ?*> 943 70 Stock notes S14,360 00 81,339 70 $219,120 1*0 Whole receipts for premiums during the year 9112,81*2 05 Paid for losses and expenses during the year 71.153 04 P M MOR1AKTY, President. J. MORRIS THOMPSON, Secretary. Risks changed from other companies to this No charge for policy fee Enquire at the office of J. B. Kendall, over K Morrow's Exchange Office, first door West of W. B. Todd's hat store on Pennsylvania avenue. feb7?3m DAVID MYERLE, Agent. NEW CONFECTIONERY. THE SUBSCRIBER. HAVING .NOW PER fected his arra^c ments for the Spring and Summer Business, Is now prepared to serve his friends and the public gener lly with t' e finest CON FECTION ERY. both fors'rn and domes tic, that has ever seen offered In this city. He has j'-st reeelved, direct from Paris, tbe finest and purest assortment of FRUIT G LACK, BON RONS, CREAM FRUITS,aad FRENCH CANDIES He Is al?o prepared t? serve Dinner, Supper, Ball and Wedding Parties In a manner unsur passed bv anv establishment In the ce mtrv ICE ORE AM, CHARi.OTTK RUS?K, B LANC MANGE and J ELL IES, of every flavor, can be had at the short, st possible notice Also, ornamental and plala PYRAMIDS, of Cream, Jellies, Cake Oranjres. Candy. Ac THOS POTTENTINI, No 479 Pa avenue, bet. 10th and 11th sts. mar id?2w H. SEttKEN, Jeweler, 3H0 Pinna avtnut. itttsetn 9tk and lOiA struts, HAS RKOEI VE1> AND OPENEDTHIS 1>A'/ a magnificent assortment of fine and rich Imported J EW ELRY, such as Flor entine and Roman Mosaics, Italian Lavas and Corals, Garnets, Camees, and a varl-< etv of richly chased Gold Jewelry or any tkeacrlp tion, the very lateet styles Also, a i.sw lot of fine London and Geneva WATCHES, warranted timekeepers. FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. A splendid assortment of fine Silverware. Pitch* ?ra. Castors, Creeiu*. Goblets, Cups, Forks and Spoons, (sterling.) Fish, Cake ana Pie Knives, (fritter and Fruit Kiilyes, Sounand Oyster Ladies, Preserve. Sugar aud Cream Spoons, Salt Cellars, Napkin Rings, etc.. etc. SILVER PLATED WARE, ON ALBATA. Castors, Bssaeta, Butterboats, Urne, Forks and Spoons. FANCY ARTICLES. French Clocks, Dresden China Ornaments, la variety, Card Cases, Portmonna'.es, Cigar Cas&>. Ana also a large assortment cf SPECTACLES In Gold, Silver aad Steel Frames, to suit every eve and a^s; Eye ttlasaei, Congress Specs, and Opera G buses liT" We take pleasure ic nhowiog our gocds to all, whether purchasers or not. All our goods e.re warranted as represented, and will be sold at the lowoot peeslole price. Jewelry and Silverware made to ordor: Diamonds remounted ; Gold Pens reported, and Enrravin^ on Stone executed at short notice. Chronn n?ters and all ktnds of fine Watches and Musical Boxes put lu perfect order at short notice II. SEMKEN, Jeweler, TH) Pa. avenue, between 9th and 10th sts. dec 1?tf ILOTHINO ?AUK TO ORDKK. Members of congress, citizens and strangers wishing to supply themselves with superior garments, made toorder are invited to examine our superior assortment of Doeskins, Cloths. Cassimeres, Silk, Satin and Velvet V eat ings. ail of which has bewn selected with an e*pe oial view to the wants of our customers, which wewlllmaketo measure In a manner inferior to notie, at much cheaper rates than the usual city prices WALL A STEPHENS, Ut Pa. avenue, between 9th and 10th streets. Also, 394 Pa avenue, 3d door east of the National Hotel. ___ Janjr VALUABLE LAN D AND PEN1IO N beeks?scarce. Illinois Bounty-Land Patent Book; lands In Illinois to soldt?M of late war, giving the names of tbe patentee the servi*? performed, and de ecrlptl n and location of the tract cf land to which tnsy are sntltl-d Pension Rolls of the United States, S volumes; showing the names, service, and allowances, Ac., of all persons e t'i wd to a pension In the differ ent States and Territories of the United States TAYLOK A MAURY, booksellers, have for sale tw j copies each of the above books, Invalua ble to pension ageuts and those engaged In the Und ageney beslne?s mar i? Book store near Ninth street. ' klUEST OF LAWS OF TUE UNITED ? ' STATES, with references to the acts re pealed, supplied, or modified, and notes, of the decisions and dicta of the Supreme Court of the Union upon their construction; by Jas. Dunlop of the P?nnsyivan!a Har; one volume of 1,617 pages, l*?f6. prise $7 60. mer ?-t? FRANCK TAYLOR. GLKNWOOO CKMETEKT, Office Ne. U99 Pa. ava., turner lUlh street, tOVSa TH> SATlll'S BANK.) f|^HlS CEMETERY is laid out on the plan ot A the celebrated G reen wood, of N ew Y ork, and situated on the high ground distant one and s quarter mile* north of the Capitol?North Capitol leading directly to the gateway. This Company have secured a charter from Con gress, appropriating their ground forever to burl:J * ft <J tu-e to the purchaser, and fa., all encroachments from legislation or ?T i ^ m ,4Jt importance to those *n0 with thol. dead to repose whore they have plaoed them, for it has become a custom In all other cities when the burial ground becouies valu able for crfher purposes, to sell It, and throw the dead promieco'isly into one large pit, and leiral naeuares cannot p:e*eat U, as BO titles aiealves lothe^round. * N. 6 ?Ofllce open from 10 to lil o'olook a m where pamphlets. co.iUlnlng the Charter, By Laws, and a map of the ground, and all other in formation, can ce obtained. All orders left with Mr. Jamee F. llarvey No i 19Seventh street, or aayet?^runderr&k?r, will, promptly attended to, Jo it*?ly Information for Traveler>. HARPER'S FERRY, Vit Ckesaptmkt f Hfc -j.t Okio Canal. hSSME^ZS THROUGH IN TWELVE HOUR~ ' The new and splendid packet boat ARGO, Capt. Ch\i H Merrill, will ecmnfncf mak'ng Regular Tript between GEORGETOWN and the above Point, on Mon day. Marth ?7th, 1856 The Boat wlU leave the whs rf of \V. H . ft H O Ritter. Georgetown, D. C ,e?erv Mondav, Wed ?j.. ---* clock Through Ticketa, S3.25. To Ltttlurg SI 62#, m inding the Stigt from Etiwa'dt' Ferry Families Intending to vlalt the Virginia Springs the coming season will find this by far the most safe, pleasant, and cheapest route to Berkeley, Capon, Shanondale, White Sulphur and Warren. Meal* nerved on board at moderate rate*. A caarh will always be in readlneas in Geocge town to convey passengers to and from the Boat. For further particulars inquire at tha store of W. H A H G HITTEK, GeorgeUwn, and G. W. CUTSHAW, Harper's Farry, Va. mar 18?tf BY RAILROAD DIRECT TO THE WEST. Tine betweeu Washington and Wheeling bit 17 h??ril Eonning Time between Washington and Cincinnati 27 hoori!! tiilt.S YICH73 A5li SAT'OAe* CSXCKV TC B* tit IK WASKIKtTO*. rriHE BALTIMORE AMD OHIO RAIL A ROAD having greatly Improved its Western connections, now offers the fullest Inducements to Travellers between WASHINGTON, BALTI MORE, and all portion of the WEST, NORTH W EST, and the SOUTHWEST. The oonneetlon between the Tmlns from Wash ington and the Trains bound West from Balti more is always promptly made at the Washington Junction f lately cilled the Rslay House) 8 milts from Baltimore. This is the only change of cars required between Washington and the Ohio river. Baggage Is chocked tnrough to Wheeling at the Washington Station, and rechecked ax;d trans ferred there, rwith the passengers) without charge, for those ho!aln;j Through Tickets for points be yond. The connecting Trains leave Wa.?hlngtoa daily at S a. m. and 4)f p.m. On Sundays at the Latter hour only. At BEN WOOD, 4 mile* from Wheeling, dirtei la made with th'itrains of CENTRAL OHIO RAILROAD, running frern Bellaire, on Ihe Ohio, through Cambridge, Zanesville, and Newark, to COLUMBUS. These trains connect at Newark with thecareof t'&e Newark, Mansfield ?nd Sandusky Raiirond for Sandusky, Toledo, Detroit, Chiecgo. St. Louis, eUj. At COLUMBUS the C. O. Railroad trains con aectwith the fast trains of tue Littl* Miami Rail r*'d to Xer.!a, Cincinnati. Louisville, etc. At XENIA (c a Little Miami Railroad) connection is formed wHh the trains through Dayton, to Indian apolis, Terre Haute. Lafayette, (Jhlc-go, Rock lalniut. St. Louis, Cairo, etc IZr Passengers holding ihroarh Tickets for Vitktivrg, rfattk**, Now Crlinns, ?tc.,vrhicaareai^o??ndat Wa-.hiii^ton??re trans ferred at Cincinnati ta the Mail ?'fearners on the Ohio. '.Tickets for Evansvllle, Cairo, and St. Louis are sold by i>? river route. HT/** For CLEVELAND, sad Tit Cleveland to Toledo. Detroit, ClilcagOj etc., tickets ate sold, wbtn tae Oh'o U ^rlgrvole between Wheeling aad T/elisvilie (forty nflles) where a connection with the Cic .sized aad Plttibarg Kallimd 1? aade TraTelerr ars rtqsrsled is Urt while this Is the ealy rovte afcrdlag Thrcrgh Tickets and Checks In Washlagioa, It is &]to the shortest, attoel spredf, n.*d direct to mearty all the leading poLsts la the great West. The distance from WasblJigioA to Cincinnati Is but C53 milts, being kbo'it 100 miles sht ricr that by say other route! PAKE, BY THROUGH TICKET, FROM WASHINGTON* :?To Wheeling, 99 50; Colum bus, fci- C3; Dayioa, 815 SO; Clacinnatl, SIS 00f Louisville. by railroad, 313 *5. by simmer from CiaclanA'l, 818 00: IadlanapoMs, 317 90; Cleve land. SLiSG; Toledo, 8:5 oC, Detroit. 8:3 SO: Chicago, ?.c0 59 and Si9 50; St. LoaU. f?? 50 ?d Sfc; Memphis, $?5; New Orieaas, 811: ets. inr kor fredeiiics and hArper'? FERRY.MARTLNSBURCL CUMBERLAND. BERKLEY SPHIN5S. BEDFORD SPRINGS, PI ED MO .^T, OA K LAN U, and FAIR M O ?NT, eta? leavs Washington a*. 6 t n. oi p. ns. For the mlsor "Aray stations betwee* Itnltiicore and Wheelia*, 'ike 6 a. k. trail fro* Washington. JIJ^Foi tra'.is to aid tsem IJiU?aarc, Aaipsll*, etc., see special advertisement*. IFT-Kor i irther lafcractioa, Vhrsnvi Tiekets, tu., apply to THOMAS U. PAKSONS, Ageat, at waihiagtoa S's'iea. WM. 8. WOODSIDE, Master of 1raasp?rUtldB, Baltlsae. 2 ta* Ohio Railroad, Baltl?ieie. march 1?tf CEAN0E & ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. Great Southeru Mail Lioe ! rr TWICE DAI I* V -%S (SUNDAY NIGHTS KXC KPTED) Betwern Wasltingtcu City aa<i the South! VIA: ALEXANDRIA. GORDONSVILLE, AND RICHMOND. Leave W ashington at 6 n. m. aud 7 p.m. Fare from Washington to Richmond 85 50 OMNIBUSES and BAGGAGE WAGONS will be at the Washington Railroad Depot to con* vey PASSENGERS and BAGGAGE, >Ve? of Charge, to STEAMER GEORGE _ ,JT?I.. PAG E, for ALHX AN DR1A. a dIs tanee ef six miles, allowlnj/ ample time iji Meals. Tickets procured en the ooat. Expedition and Comfert are sec'ired by this Route, as it IsacuNTiNcors linu <>j clas? railroau Fbum ALEXANDRIA TO RICH MOND. THROUGH PAS8KNGKRS"and BAGGAGE carried without cost to the Depot of the Petersburg RalLroad. Informttion of Route and Lost Baggage ob tained of jamf:s A. EVANS, feb 11 Agent, Alexandria, Va THE NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES MAI L STEAMERS. rpHE SHIP3 COMPRISING THIS LINE 1 are the ATLANTIC Capt West PACIFIC Capt. Nye. BALTIC Capt. Comstock. ADRIATIC T hese sh t ps ha ve be?n built by contract ex pree*! y for Government service Every rare has been taken in 'heir construction?as in the engines?to Insure strength and speed; and their accommo dations for passengers are unequaled for elegance and comfort. SATS OF SATLTN9. From New York. From Liverpool. 185G. 1856. Saturday Jan. & Wednesday....Jan. XI Saturday Jan. 1U Wednesday.... Feb. 6 Saturday Feb. 2 Wednesday.... Feb ?() Saturday .Feb. 16 Wednesday.... Mar. 5 Saturday Mar. 1 Wednesday....Mar. ID Saturday Mar. 15 Wednesday.... Apr. 2 Saturday Mar. 29 Wednesday....Apr. 10 Saturday Apr. 12 Wednesday....Apr. 30 Saturday Apr. 26 Wednesday.... May 14 Saturday May 10 Wednesday....May 38 Saturday May 21 Wednesday....June 11 pares or PAssAsa. From New York to Liverpool, first cabin.... 8130 M 11 " second cabin. 75 Exclusive use of extra size state rooms 326 From Liverpool to New York....30 Sc. 20 guineas No berth can be secured until paid for. An experienced Surgeon attacked to each ship. Stilpper* please take not ce that the ships of this line cannot carry any goods contraband of war. All letters must pcuis through the'post office? any other will be returned The owners of these ships will not be account able for gold, sll/er, bullion, specie,Jewelry, pre cious stones, or metals, unless bills of lading are signed therefor, and the value thereof therein ex pressed. For freight or passage apply to EDWARD K. COLLINS A CO.. 56 Wall street, New Yerk. BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO , Liverpool. STEPHEN KENNARD A CO., 27 Austin Friars, Lordon B G WAIN WRIGHT A CO., Paris. GEORGE H. DRAPER. Havre. NoTica ?The day of departure of this line from New York, tor 1856, will be Saturday, com mencing January 5, and ever)' alternate Saturday; from Liverpool, Wed'iesdav, commencing Janu ary il, and every alternate Wednesday. Jan ?>-y VASHINOTOfl BRANCH KA1LKOAO. (iliA*UK OF HOURS.-On and after Mea J day, the 23d ln*.tant, the Trains will Leave Washington at 0 and 8)? a. in., and 3 aad 4* p. m On Sunday at 4# p. m. Leave Baltimore at 4 ? and ()( a. a., and 3 aad ? X p. m. On S"jiday at a. m. ap S3?u T. H. PARSONS, Aj??aJ. tUOSINU OCT AT OK EAT sacrifice, J TO CHANGE BUSINESS ?Fans, Perfum ery, Stationery, Baskets. Cabas, Umbrellas, Chi na Goods, Ac, Ac. JOHN F. ELLIS, mar *1 Jo# p* av., bet. ?th and 10th sle. G'O TO ELLIS'S FOR BARGAINS T mar 90 ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW! READ THIS, OLD AND YOUNG! Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative WILL RBSTOItE CRAY HAIR TO ORI glnal color pe rmanentlv; made to grow up on be a heads; remove all dandruff or itching; destroy all diseases of the sealp; and If used once or twlee a week regularly, will prevent the hair from becoming gray or falling, to an Imaginable age Read the following testimonial*, and we defr you to doubt, (says the Waverly Magailne.) S'ueoees to the genius whoee tonic we tay, Turns back to lta eolor the Hair that was gray. SOMETHING WORTH KNO WING '?Bv csing Professor Wood's Hair Restorative, gray hair can be permanently restored to Us original color. The subjoined certificate was recel-ed from Johnson A Stone, Gardner, Me . and is but one of the many instances that are dally coming

to our knowledge of lt? wonderful effects It is no longer problematical, but a self-evident truth, as hundrens of our community can testify.?Ba ton Herald. Ga*d*ee, Me, June22, 18ft8. Hi.H.Dtis?I/earSir: I have used two bot tles of Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative, and can truly say it is tne greatest discovery of the age for restoring and chauging the Hair. Before using it I was a man of seventy. My hair has now at tained Its original color. ' Tou can recommend it to the world without tbe least fear, as my ease was one of the worst kind Tours respectfully, DAN'L N. MURPHY Carlylk. 111., June27. 1858 1 have used Prof O J. Wood's Hair Restora tive, and have admired its wonderful effect. My hair was becoming, as 1 thought, prematurely gray; but by the use of the " Restorative" it has resumed its original color, and, I have no doubt, permanently so. SIDNEY BREESE, ?x-Senator United States. HAIR RESTORATIVE.?In our columns to day will be found Prof. Wood's advsrtiscment of the above article, to which we call attention. Whet it has done, we have witnessed upon sev eral of oar acquaintances in St. Louis. Hair once gray met our view, black or brown as the case might be. being the color of early manhood ; and as fine and glossy as silk, and that without any other application than the Reetoratiwc If it has done this upon others, will it not do the same for any of our readers whose "frosty prows" were once like the " raven locks" of Lothlel's warlike chief, if they ^111 try it. We think so.?Jatkson ?ilie Constitutional, Ott. 5, 1858. THE <i REATEST DISCOVERY OF THu AGE?It seldom occurs that we notiee, under any circumstances, patent medicines, restorn tivee, or anvthlng of (he kind, for we have a pre judice against irost of them. But candor com pels us te invite attention to the advertisement tf Professor Wood's Hair Restorative. We are too juvenile to require anything of the kind, but some instances of its use have come to our knowledge which almost assures us that it is a sovereign remedy against the hair becoming prematurely gray ItTs not a Hair live." but upon its ap piieatlon, as directed, the effect is produced upon the skin, which brings out the original colored hair, without stiffness, and gives It a glossy and natural appearance. We have seen persons who have usca it. and are much pleased with it b x arnlne the advertisement ?Missouri Republi an O. J. WOOD k CO., Proprietors, No. 316 Broadwav, New York, and 114 Market street, St. Louis, Missouri C STOTT Jt CO . wholesale and retail Agent, Washington. T. W DTOTT A PONS, General Wholesale Agent, Philadelphia, Pa. feb 1?Cm L'MTED STATES HAIL. 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Leave Port Orford every Monday at 7 a m; Arrive at Gardiner City next Wednesday by 3 pm; Leave Gardiner City every Thuis'ay at 7 t a m; Arrive at Port Orford next Saturdy by 3 P m; 12787 From Scottsbu'g to Winchester, 54 miles it d bick, once a week. Leave Scotfbirgevny Wednesday at 7 a ir; Arrive e.t Winch >?terTiext <iay by 3pm Leave Winchester every Monday at 7 a tr.; Arrive at Scottsbarg next day by 3 p m. WASHINGTON TERRITORY 12711 From Pacific City to Chtnock, 12 miles and baek, once a week Leave Pacific City everv Wednesday at 1 p m; A rrive at Chenook same day by 5 p m Leave Cheenook every Monday at 7 a m; Arrive at fa-ific City S'.me dav bv 11 a m 1?748 From Vancouver to Steilteoom City, and lack, once a week. Bidders to state distance and schedule of arri a % and departures. INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS. No pay will be made f^r tr.ps net performed, and for . ach of ?-uch ein'ssions not sa:i>facto 1 y explained th-ee times the pay of the trip mav be deducted For arrivals aftfcr schedule time not sufficiently excused, one fourth r<f the p*?y of the trip mav be deducted The contract may We an nulled for repealed failures for violating the Post Cffl-e laws, or f>r <Us.>b>y n^ tfce depirtu.set's ins ructions. '1 he Postmaster General may or der an Increase of serv ee at a pro rata Increase < n the contract pay. He may al'er tne schedule provided the ranmng tima fc" not diminished; also, he rosy curtail the service, cr di cojt'nue it altogetner, at pro rots dtcrta&e of pay. on condi tion of his allowing one montn's extra pay on the amount of service dispensed with. No increased pay will be allowed for excess if any, rf actual or over advertised distance, if the points t<> be s^ippllel are correctly stated The contracts are to be executed by the 1st of SeptciR bsr next JAMB) CAMPBELL, mar 20?law4w Postmzster (ivncal. U&ilrd States Patent Office* Washington, March ?*, 1S-VJ.1 N THE PETITION OF J N. ANDI.W, LLSH aud Z BEESON and D. BOWMAN, Administrator of Jacob Dear.lorlf, deceased, of Wayne county, Indiana, praying for tne exten sion of a patent granted to J.N.tS W. Lesh, J. Deardorff Sc Z Bee-on, on the 87th day uf June, 1842, fer an Improvement in "theSteam Generator," for sevan years from tke expiration of said patent, which trttes place oq the 27th day of June. 1856 : It is ordered, that the petition be heard at the Patent Office on Menday, the 18ih of Ju;ieaext,at 12 o'clock m ; and all persons are notified to ap pear and show cause, if any they have, why said pe'itlon ought not to be granted. Persons opposing the extension are requked te file in the Patent Office their objections, specially set forth In writing, at least twenty days before the day of hearing; all testimony fled 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 befurnlshedon application. The testimony in the case will be closed on the 8th day of June; depositions and other papers relied upon as testimony must be filed in the of ?ce on or before the morning of that dav; the ar guments. if any, within ten days thereafter. Ordered, also, that this notice be p iblished in the Union, I ntelligencerand Evening Star. Wash ington, D. C.; Republican, Baltimore; Pennsyl vanlan. Philadelphia; Day Book, New York, and Inquirer, Cincinnati, Ohio, once a week for three successive weeks previous to the 27tk day of June next, the day of hearing. CHARLES MASON. Commissioner ol Patents. P. S.?Editors of the above papers will pis O } copy, and send their bills to (he Patent Office, with a paper containing this notice, mar *6?law3w tKITED STATES MAIL. VIRGINIA Post Officb Dipaetmb??i . ) Contract Oiric*, Marcn 7, 1886 J I3ROPOSALS FOR CAH IIVING THE MAIL 1 of he United States from July I, 1856 to June 50,1850, luclusive, on ths following route, in the State of ViaeiwiA, will be received at the Con tract Office of thisd-p rtment r ntll 5, p m . on the 30 :h April next, to be decided cn tbe 7th May fol'owing: 6255 From Warrenton. by Waterloo. Amls?vlUe. Gaines's Cress Roads, and Washington, to Sperryvllle, 31 miles and back, three tlma* c week, in 9-horse coaches. Leave Warrenton Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 11 a m; Arrive at Sperryvllle same days by 7 p m; Leave Sparryviile Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 2 a m; Arrive at Warrenton same days by 10 a in For form of bid guarantee, and certificate, also for Instructions, Ac., see advertisement Inviting propo&ali for mall service in Virginia and North and SoMh Carolina, dated January 12, 1855 James Campbell, mar P?law4w PostmasUr General BIRD CAGES, Bird Seed, Fish Bene, fccM at the Housekeepers1 Furnishing Store, 40u Seventh street [mar 12J 0 FRANCIS. TO ALL THAT TALU1 THEIR ?I9HT. ISH ES to call the attention to all that sufcr . . with deflect ire sight, caused by uf, tick* new and particularly from glasses Injudlclouslt selected, to his superior SPECTACLES and GLASSES carefully ground by himself to a trne spherical accuracy, and brilliant transparency, suited precisely and beneftclally to the vu,-?r ac cording to the concavity or oonvexity of the eve. Very numerous are ihe 111 efiects caused to (he precious organ of sight from the commencement of using classes In not being precisely suited, by the use or an Of torn* let; and the practice of man \ S-'s, enables him to measure the focal disease it * eyes, and such glasses that are absolutely re quired will be furnished with precl*ioa and sat'.? faction. J. T. acknowledges the very libera' encourage ment a_ready obtained, and further solicits the ps t/Miage of those that have not vet availed them selves of his aid. Persons that cannot conveniently call, by send ing the glasses in ue*\ and stating how many lnche* they can rend thi print with thrir spec :a cles, ce.n be supplied with such that wUl Improve tapir sight. Innumerable testimonials to be v*n ; an<* <v'er t noes given to many who have derived ease and comfort from hi* g:ass??. Circulars to be hud gratis, at his office. No 51S Seventh street, three doors from Odd Fellow*" Hall, up stair*. Noaroti, September 7. 1SR. Sir?The Spectacles you cade fcr rae suit very well, and seem tc ha^e improved my sight mcie than any other 1 havo lately tried. LITT. W. TAZEWLLL. 1 have tried a pair of Spectacles obteined frcm Mr. Tobias, and St.d the * cf *rr&?t assistance ?e ?T *!?hi, and correspond in* with his deacjlptlc a of the focus. 1 rcoojiiiitaad him a- a sklllTu. "Ml tll? HENRY A. WISE. Mr. J. : SL*?The palrof fcpectacles vet furelthed me yestcrdey are particularly saiix/aa tory tc me. Troy are /cry decUWdiy the best 1 poeje**, and I am the owner of eight or nin? pair, carefully selected In dlffcreat pisvs acd froc: op tlclans recommended to me on account ef tkeli 6*ofe<eslonal standinj In Mngland, France and tkt nlted States. 1 Lave been al?c pleaded wltk your remarks and directions on the treatment ef the eyes, for the pcrpoeeof preserving and Lmpiev lug the sifht. kc.-pectfuily,yot?n, CHAH. CALDWELL, FrafewDT of M. C., Louisville, Kj. ,r . , _ LTrtcHiaae, Nov. 10,1664. Mr Jehs Tobias having furnished me with ? lasses, by which 1 have been gr?tly aided (my vision having suffered greatly from reeding at aigfct Jn my earlier life) it affords me the .highest fdeasura to say that I cocsid?r him a skillful prac ical optician, and well prepared to aid thos* wh? may need his proHerwj-na: services. WM. B ROttZIE, ILdet of filethodiet Confer; x*a. Wilkxhsto*, N. C., Jen. 'J7, 18M. Mr. J Tomn: Pear Sir?1 am happy to say that the Spectar lea which 1 obtained from yon last wee* are entirely satisfeotory. From an inequal ity In the visual ranje of my eyes, l have hereto fore found great difficulty in netting glassts of the proper foc/ii distance. It arfords me pleasure to state that, by the aid of vour optometer, this d!ffi ?ulty has been happily obviated so that the glasses iron furnished m?* are decidedly Ihe beat adapted '? *v eves of any 1 have ever yet used. Very respectfully, yours, R.BDHANE, Rector of St. James' Parish Department of Interior, May 7, lew. Prom a&tural defects and the unequal rangeo! my eyes, 1 have been compelled to use glasses for several years, i have tried different optician* w.fhout cbtaining glasses perfectly fitted to im eyes. Four months since Mr Tobias made two pair? especially for me, which I have found tc serve me perf?>cUy. Br the use of his optometer* he is enabled to adapt classes minutely to the eye. 1 meat cheerfutly recommend Mr. Tob'&r to ali having occasion to use^lafsew, and b?ar my testl ? say fej to his skill ae an optician. IIENRY E. BALDWIN, Assist. S*Q:ytofcig* Laad VV arraatj It iff?tt PRIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE ON THI PHILOSOPHICAL VIEW OF KAE.RIAGE, IT K. D. LA CROIX, n, D., ALBANY, N. Y., ?250 Pegsi mmd 130 Fins, Plain, and C?torsd Litk ograpks and Pints PSICB ONLY TW**TT-FlV? C>!fTS. Sent Freo of Postage to all parts of the Union. 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COLDS J ."OAHSEN VL3, ASTHMA, W UC . Piii OOUt?II, CROUP, otc., p<tft338es the gu'ittfet&d vantc^^T with the oHeciions of any other in use, ha ring l^en cxtwasivsly c^ed the 1^: tw.'.ty years with unparalitkd succc?t, cot trca.j t^d tc the world as a specijlc or cure all, but recom mended as a valuable ^cic-ntlfic aux'Jiary ih rri.votixaY cacas, ready at hend. and cae that has bean generally fo.jtd to aiFoia rdle? wherr most orhcrj have been tried without material ben efit. As such it Is reco-jnlxed by numbers ef oa? loading phyaicUns, who know Its eorr.jrf>3jtloa and havs been eye witnessA* of its suptner edi eacy, a? well as by thoas<.r!ds of our aiok'. respcc tabie ciSzer.a, who all endorse it? claim to bcij.g saf?. palatable, economical and sdcaclcas. Prlct 25 cents, or three bottles In one SO eents. Wholesale Agents, PAT1 KRftON k. NAIRN and STOTT ? CO , Penna. avenue: PKiiLJk iJfhVENS, Alex:i..dria; CISSEL, Ceorgetowri Retailed by Druggist? generally. Also, TYLKRvS GUM ARABIC COUGH CANDY DROPS, the same composition le lozenge form, l'^x cents a box Jy 6_iy COUG11&, COLDS, HOAHSE^Kt'i, *cT I3ERS0NS credisposesl to Pulmonary Affec fi tions find this ti.o most trying season, owinv to the sudden changes in temperature; yet by t little care, adopting warm clvthing and supply ing themselves with a good prescription or co^gt remedy they may easily ward off what aay els< Erove a danguous winter companion TV ER'S COMPOUND GUM ARABIC SYRUP has been so long known and highly appreciated * one of cur most innocent, yet efficacious, plea sant, and (since the :oduct!on in price,) economi cal remedies, that it may be recommended and used with the utmost confidence. It is sold at 26 cents, or three bottlee in one, 60 cents. Wholesale by PATTERSON ft NAIRN and STOTT A CO.; and retail by most Druggists. In Alexan dria by PEEL A STEVENS; Georgetown by Mr. Ciasyi.f.. jy?_ly TO EPICUREANS.?THIS DAT RECEfv lng per express, fresh TRUFFLES, PETIT POI9, PATE-*, French PICKLES, freali TO MATOES, GREEN CORN, 6utn aid other J KLLIEe, L.tUCES, CATffUPH, HORSE RADISH , Ac., at Z.M.P KING S. VS Vermont avenue, corner Uth and I sts. mar 20?tf A ti EtfiAY Ot LIUKRTV AND SLA very, by i'bart Tayior Bledsoe, LL. D., Profeea >r in the Uoivecsityof Virginia. Prieeffl mariw?tr FtCANOa TAYLOR. Carter's Spanish Mixtnrt THE ORE AT PURIFIER OFTHE BLOOD! Rest Alterative HOT * FA*T1CL1 Of mtaerav I* IT"! An Infallible rfiw^V for SrrnfuU, Kind's KvtL Rhrnirru.tl*ro. Obstinate Cuun?>'ii Krupttona Pimples or Pontules on the Fsee. Blotches) Roll*, Ague and Few. Chnwic Sore F.ym] Rinrvo'io or TKIk, S*ld HmII Kolum. men? and p*ln of the Bon** ard Joints. Rhenm Stubborn Ulcers. Syphilitic Disorder*, ^nd all d ???**? arising from an Injudicious on of Mereury, Imprudent- la 1.1* or Impurity of tha Blood. THIS greet retnody, which has he^onat *o rap idly and so jutUv celebrated for Its extraordi nary efficacy In relieving and curing maiv of the most obsttnat* and terrfb'.e farms of dl mir with wblch mankind Is afflicted . ta now offtred to the public, with the conftdent aaaurancothat no M *? - ical niscovaar ever made baa been *o etriaenUy eaooe**ful In curing SreoroLa, ar.d all disia*b? or tbs Blood,a* CARTBR'8 SPANISH Mix. TIRE. The proprietor* are receiving bv *v?rv Mil moat flattering and astonishing details or cure* made In all part* of tbe< onntrv. and In rw caac* where the aklll of the beat Phvsietans bat. be** rled In Tain. lu power over the Blood la truly rvB.aikal ie and all disease* arising from Impurity of the ?r? at Sbat ot L:ri h*ve been relieved and cured with out a single failure. out of thet1 ouwndf who have used It. Carter's Spanish Mixture contains no Mercury, Optam, Arsenic, ar any dangerous drugs. but la composed of Root* and Batba. com* Dined with other ingredients of knowa virtue and may be given to the vonngest Infant or m??t de bilitated invalid, wlthcut the least pnaalb*e heal, latloi. Wa hava ouly room far abort axtracta from the volume* of testimony tn our poaaeaaioa. and a'l from gentlemen of the highest rasperlability, ws'.i kaowu In their various localities. Please ruad to yourselves We take ^reat pleasure In calling the attention of our rceders to the merits of Carter's Spealsfe Mixture a* a remedy for disease* of the blood. It enjoys a reputatlon'ln this city unequalled by ant other preparation ? Z>*? If Dispatch, AtckmonA, Fa. The Ron John M . Bottr. of Ta , *ars beooasld era It a matter of dutv to add Ma testimony ta the virtues of Carter's Spanish Mixture, raoM actval HBSoxaL ossaavATioit of Its remarkable cva tlve powera fer the disease* In wblch It la used We have been cured of a violent and protracted Liver disease by Carter'* Spanish Mlxt ire Wa know it te be all it professes.?Edttor ttutksxd* Dtmoerat, Ptfrtlurg, Fa. We have found from personal trial. thai Car ter's Spahlsh Mlature Is a truly valuable xaodt* sine?Ed. Vtrgtnms IndrptndcnI. Vt. GREAT CURf OF BCROFULA -A pef^ man In our employ was cured ef Serofula of a vir olent character by a few bottles ef Carter's kp/n lab Mixture, after everyfciing else had failed Orb er auree which have come under our own oberrva tied, proves to n* ooncluelvely, tbet Is really a val uable medicinal agent We take great tln? re In calling the attention of the afflicted to lu c. :? Its ?Richmond Aspei.'icam. BYPHIL1S.?I Lev? ?een a nombor of r ires of Syphilis perforated by Carte*'* KpanLb Mlitara. I oelleve It to be a prefect atUd-vti for tbu: horri ble dlaea*? K BURTON, Com of Rrrextie for cltv ef Rlebaoai LITER DISEASE??Siun'.d M D:ink<eT. cf the firm of Drinker & Monls, Boeksolle?T?, K :eb mond. Va , was crad e* Liver dlsaa-?e cf ??vr^l rears hjindiag by otiJy Hue? botHw. o; I'm. r a Spealfch Mixture. OLD SORES, EI.CEns A XI) OBSTINATE ERUPTIONS OU THE BKIN.?Sec ti.ee.re of Mr. H*rwood, and others, detailed lr. our Al manac 'i Lf- AUTBber of such cases curfd bv Car ter's ScaTitKh Mixture, prrc.lwdes the pr>as!bUlty of lnM.Vtin2 them !n au advertlsomei t. EFFECTS OF MERCUR Y.?See the cere of Mr. Elmore He was eaten up with Mercury and ooi"Id obtain no relief, until he toek elx bottles of Carter's Spanish MIxture, wtiJJh perfbetly resuutd him to health and vigror. NEURALGIA ? Mr T. Roydsn, forme:?y f thf A*tor Foo.se, N . Ybut more recently propri etor of tLe Kxcbar^e Hotel. Richmond, Wk>cured of Netualgle by Carter's Sperlsh M ixture. Slnos that time."he says he has sewn It cure more than a hundred cason of the disease In vi hlch It is used. He never falls to rocoiranend it to the att Icted RUE U1HATISM.?Mr. John F. Hanlser., Druggist, cf Uartiaahurg, Va., writes of the ^ln gular core of a violent caxe of Rheumatism. The patient co\..d rot wtLk. A few bottles entirely cared him SCB.OFVLA? Mr. Harrisca also writes oft Gat cure of bcrofala. In the person of a yocag y, (of tan? years sending-.) which tUthe doc tors cooll to: titck. i:lx bcilletf made a care of her SYPHILIS.?Dr R T Hendle. ef W*sblsg ton. D. C , who cured an obstinate case of Syphi Us by Carter's Spanish Mixture, savs "it acts rpe olally on the Blood Liver and Sklr iu>d is prompt and efficient in lis rotalts." Dr John Mlnge, former!? cf the City Hotei, Richmond, tow of Alabama, says he tse ?e?tt Oar'-f-r a Spanish Mlxtere administered In a turn b r of cases with astonishlng'v ^ood *ffe?t. He reco.mner.ds It e? "the most edir ?ut ilterat^ve '.a ase." SALT RHEUM ASD SCBOFVLA??Mr. Jos Robinson, of Wocter. Ohio, wa* cured o| Scrofula and Ssi: Rh^ m of three year? star.dln.?, bv only tLre? b^ftlc-^ of Carter's Sp&?t*b Mixmre. vV.M . S DLLR* A CO . Proprietor*. No. %-A Broadway, New Yore. ?7" Frlce 11 per Lottie, o^ six bottles for Si For sale oy CHAS STOTT, W eaUagtoa. i>. C.. and DngySts generally Q"' ^ ? ?* THE 8RKATK?T MEDICAL DISCOVERY OF THE AGE. Dr. 4F1JirDV',ef Rsxbery, Us* discovered In one of our cowro* raarrha wixdi a remedy that cure* EVF.RY KIND OF HUMOR; tick rni v/oasT scaorfLa Down to a com mon rtrr lb. HE HAS TRIhD IT IN OVER KLEVl'.N ht?:dr*d cmo*. and never failed except la two cas^s, (both thunder humor > H* has now 'n bH possession over two hundred certificates of its vir tue, all within twenty n.lies cf Boston. Two LMuee are warranted to cure a nursing tort mouth. One to throe little? will cure the worst kind of pimples oa the face . Tu-o tc throe littles will clear U.:> syate'B of blies. ^ Two bo?da* are vrr.mnted to care the won canker In tha mouth and stomach Tkn?e to five bcttie* are warranted te core the worst cari of Lryslpetas. One to two bottle* are warranted te cure aJ humor iathe ctcs. Two are warranted to cure ranr.iag of the ear*and blotohes ? ri.ong ths hair. Four to ilx boltlcc are waxrantad to ettre com:?* and running ulcere One bottle will cure scaly eruption of the ekln. T-o to thiee Lvftles are warranted to cure the worst ca*a of iln^c. orm Two to throe botUec are warranted to cure the ?3st desperate case cf rheumatism Throe to four bottle* ar* warranted to cm* salt rheum. Five to el^ht Lotties will cure the * orst oaac a aarorala. A bcnelt Is t-'ways experienced fr>m th^ bottle, and a perfect cure Is wtrr^nied ween the above qn&nliry Is taken Kf-der, I i eddied over a thocsand bottlesof this in the vicinity cf Bostcn. 1 know the e#Wt of it la t-rcry czte ?o sure as water erLl eitlL gulsh tie. so sure will this care huiror. 1 never sc<Id a botJe cf it but that sold another; rJU;. s trial It alwr.ys '?peak* for Itself. There are two '.blag* ab?ct this tfr>r that appoaru to me surpris ing ; trst th"t It Rto'?r3 in our tares. In some sltctr sulic pb-: tiTul. and yet its value ha* re>er bocn known 1 d.scx.?crwd It in 1?16?e^ccad, that It sb -i'd rarv ail Rlris of hurucr. 1?! c.de. tot.!1* *o*ae Idea of the sudden t'M aad tTiii c : r .^iU jI ths d!t>-ovpry, I wul c?a?e tjat in Anil, *.5VJ 1 polled it, u;d sold abo te bott'.ss per day?'r A^ril, leM, 1 sold ov?r 1,**? bottle per day of It. Seine of tl?e wholesale llrrgglsts who h**< bees la baidaesi twutr and thirty year*, say its' BO" tula< in ihe aiifittls of paunt mfdlclnc w?? c*h? like it There la a ci.l?erwl praise of It fro? au quaricrs. _ In ray owa f racvicc I s'.wlvs kept it strictly "?* humcrs?but slaoe its introduction as a general family medicine great and wonderfvl virtues have been found lu it that 1 never suspected Several cajos c?f epileptic ?i>?-r disease wtlca we* always considered Incurable, fcavt been cure* bv a few bottle* O, whet a mercv If It will prove effectual la all ?ases of that awful tualady-tber ar? but few >hc hav- net a more of It a an I ??* I know of several cases of Dropsw. all of t. 1 a~ed L^rle erred br it For tb? va-ious disease* of the Liver, S?Ic.k Headache. Dvspet?ia. Asthma. Fever and A-ue. Fain in the Side, Diseases of tbe tplne, and particularly in disease*, of tb* ho neys, Ac-, the discovery Las done men good tba* any medicine ever known rt No change of diet ever nec?Mary?eat the ws? vou can eet and enough of it. . Direction! for L't*.?Adults or.* table spoonf* Br dny?Children over ten rear* de**ert spoon Cnlldreu from flv?? to eight veer*, te* sp**"^ ful. As no directions can \#e applicable to all eej? stltutions, take sufficient to operate oa the U twice a day. MAfvrACTCaaD ar DONALDkCNHKDT* JYe. ISO Ifsrns itnii, Roxbnrf, !!?*? Paica. oni DoLLsa. . Wholesale Agents?New York CUT, CL1CKNER. 81 Barclay street j C. 11W Broadway; A B AD. SANDS, 100 J ^ str^t. Philadelphia, r W DVOTT *^JA Baltimore. BROWN A BROTH * CAN HATCH Alexandria. PfcEL A STitVBNB.^ At ReUil by all re?pecu.>le Droggists i United States and British Provisoes, Sod ' the Druggists of this City. eoi