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

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 11, 1856 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. BBILLI AlfTS. THI PKIIOH. And this place my forefathers made for man ? This 1* tse process of our lore and wisdom To ea h poor brother who offends against us,? Most Innocent, perhaps, and what if guilty ? Is this the only cure ? Merciful God ! Each pore and natural out'et shrivelled up Bv ignorance and parching poverty, His energies mil back upon his heart, And stagnate and corrupt, till, changed to poison They break out on him, like a loathsome plague spot! Then we called in our pampered mountebank* ! And tfcls is their best cure uncomforted And friendless solitude, groaning and tears ; And savage faces, at the clanking hour Been through the steam and vapors of hla dun geon By the lamp's dismal twilight! so he lie Circled with evil, till his very soul Unmoulds its essence, hopelessly deformed By sights of ever more de/ormity ? With other ministrations thou, O Nature ! Healest thy wandering and distempered child: Thou pourest on him thy soft infl ea .es. Thv sunny hues, fair firms, and breathing sweet Thv melodies of w.iorts, and winds and w ters Till he relent, and can no more endure To be a jarring a:.d dissonant thing Amid this general dance and mlns?relsy; But, bursting into tears, wins back his way, His angry spirit healed and harmonized By the benignant touch of love and beauty. [Coltridft. DlV**SITIla O* jrOGHMT. 'Tls with our judgments as our watches,?none Go Just alike, yet each believes his owu In poets as true genius is out rare, True taste as seldom Is the critic's share; Both must alike from heaven derive their light? Those born to judge, as well as those to write. Let such teach others who themselves excel. And censure reelv who have written well. Authors are par:'al to their wit, 'tis true; Bat are not critics to theirjudgment, too * [Poj>?. Th is j ashage, from tho poet Gamhold, was the ijfteQPit quoted cl" any poetry by Doctor Chalmers: I am apt to think tb?? man That could surmount the sum of things, and spy The heart of Cod, and ->ecrets of his empire, "Would speak but love. With him, the bright re sult Would chawge the h':e of intermedial scenes, And make one thing of all theology. Gborge Stbers claims to ml a W.*SH!N*G to* Boy ?/1 tho dinner after the brilliant launch cf the Adriatic, G?.r?rge Steers was called out by a tow from Captain Hudson who give " The Collins line of floating palaces and Yocxg America's Steois, who has com. bined and concen?ra?td all their beauty and strength in his own unique, unequaled Adri atic.-' Mr Steer*, somewhat embarrassed, arose and responded In a few words. It was evident that he w.u not partial to speechmaking, so far as he himself was concerned, and as we heard him on one eccasion say, he would rather make twenty ships tfcau one address. On this occasion, however, he had to make a speech, fur his audience would not be sati.-fied till he had said something. After they had done cheering him, he said I think this is out of order, myself. (Laughter and ap plause.) I am pretty well fatigued,gentlemen, and it is not in my way to make a speech to you, no matter how willing I might be. I wish I had a little of Dr. Chapin's talent, and I think I could do justice to the speaking {art. But inasmuch a;11 p.m deficient in that, shall content myself with thanking the gentlemen f?r drinking my health, and sit down So saying. Mr. Steers resumed his seat, amid loud and repeated applause. Mr. Pliny Miles then made a few remarks, in tho course of whieh he said it had been stated that George Steers was a Scotchman, and that he built the ships far the Yankee*. A \ oice?Come, George, tell us where you were born. Mr. Steers?I was bom in the District ef Columbia. (Enthusiastic cheers ) MOVEMENTS OF OCEAW 8TEAMEB8. F ROM THI VKITSn STATU. .Vmm. Laavts For Dm f. Atlantic N>w York....Liverpool...Apl. II Brenda New York....London Apl 13 Asia New York.... Liverpool... A pi. 10 Washington..New York....Bremen Apl. 1# Alma (Fr.)...New York ....Havre Apl 10 George Law..New York Aspinwa'l..Apl 90 America Boston Liverpool.. Apl 23 Baltic New York.... Liverpool... A pi 28 ? New York....Liverpool... Apl. 30 FROM1VROPI Washington..Bremen New Yotk.,.Mar.90 Cambria Liverpool....Lioston Mar 29 B?ltlo Liverpool....New York...Apl. 2 Africa Liverpool....New York...Apl. 5 Arago Havre New York ..Apl. 0 Arabia Liverpool.... Boston Apl. 12 Ericsson Liverpool... .New York...Apl 16 Persia Liverpool. ...New York...Apl, IS Hermann 9outham'n...New York...Apl. 23 Canada Liverpool....Borton Apl. 26 Atlantic Liverpool....New York...Apl. 30 ABBIVALS AT PBINCIFAL H0TKLI. National Uetel?william est. > H Stewart, Va J Robinson, Ala Miss Stewa*t, do W L Webster. do G B Wilson, Md G Garvin, do J Duvall. do W Bi ckword. Mo ? Robinson, Va W N Bragg, do T J Peyter, do R C Coone. Pa R H Small, jr, do W A Edward, do W M Remolds, do J E Todd, do A B Thomas, Va M N Foray, Md W S Winans, do A E Blossom. NY .Mrs Ryan, dr, N Y G Gates, do H C Harris, Pa T Best?. do B Tyson, do J W Henson. Ala L Wilman, do W H Celeman, do Dr Char. .Md E O Bawton. do J 8 Baxter, Ga A H W iley, do W H Al?ll. NY A A DinUy. fern Rev^D B Campbell, fam J Lewis, Mich T G Pollock. Va G 9 Conway, do Mr Campbell, Md Mrs Campbell, do .Missies Campbell, do Mast Campbell, do J B Da vol, NY A C MeLaughlid, O W Broyden, Md B Rtllly, Fa J F yckctf, N Y J A Tucker, Md O W Evans, do S M Vass, Va D A Plleker, do W Boswell, fam, Md Mr Allen, do E B Babbitt, ly, Pa F Vj- nsanf, do A J Darby, ly, NY J D Negus, ly, do Dr Dyer, son H A i.ucas. Md J McCormick, Pa J Deen, do J W Sheriff. Pa E A We'more. MUs F Wetmo e, Mich R McNamee, NY Dr H W M W ashington C Jenkins, do L'8N * Willards' Metci?f. e. h m. a. wimii T J Badjje't, NY W Fairburn, V i C H Pherscn, NY W ?re?-lenJ. P* J A Mosel?y, Ga T h Sprcle". do J G Clita A ladv, Md W B Weeloek, NY G Stidham, S S Syn h, Va Hon H Wal bridge, NY Col Jas Vloore, do W Croweil A ly,SC R D Gload. do J J Mansheld. Pa M Clark, Scotland C B Sicard, Mass W T Engene. do A J Lewis, do S J H<trtillo, Va J Brew, r, La G RadotT. Mass Dr Howe and 'Z ladies, Mass "W S Hln^erford, Wis Col Davis, Md C W Faic:n, Md W M Hardness, DC B F Rhirehart, Va E J CrawfonL N Y 8 B Woobury, SC II T^nnlson ? ly, Va J G V mil ear, Pi C D Kent A ly, NY V* g Salisbury, do T D Harris A ly, Tenn J J Rlston. Cal 11 Peoria. Kv W Cowan Va A Andersou, Tenn W A Gillman, Va A i? Henderson & ly, do W P Gailaw, do Prof E Pelssney A lady, MaJ J B Scott, USA J Graw, NY Dr H Green, do E B Hill, V'a T Splctr A ly, La W Whitewrf^ht jr, N Y Brawns' Hetsl J S Harris, Pa Marye, Va L Cinton. DC U W Morgan, Va W H Jones do W E Hal lev, do J F Beiser, SC J A Barlow, Va D Gehr, Md A F Gregory, Na E Tnomas. ljr, NJ R T Man, do W Allen, Va Ool L Linton A ly, do Miss Linton, do H L Boyce. do J A Black, do J Biddle, Md W Jar-vis, do H B Blair, do F Doggett, NY Mr Barlow, Ky Mirk we* d Hemse J M Jones, Va G M Benney. La 8 Carpenter, Md H Davidson, .Mass ? H Warren, USN J Eiy, NY ?r r A it news G H Simpson, Md J W Bun h, do J G Williams, Pa haw liiiainn, do J Nixon, do w Bavter. Tenn ? uV M<>rr^ether, do S Bla< ksnn, Va ^ B fam. do T Allen, o Miss Thomas, do F Mall, Md T J Mathews, do R Walker, do S I-ay, NY L J Marbls, J B Peering A ly, NC W Burs, Va C W C McCoy, Md G Brent, do E A Dickinson, Ct a a. ?. KiiKwee* T M Pender. Va R R Kinney', do Hon F W Green, O *v * ^ngdon. Nc J F Prarson, Md THE FIRST AMIRICAH CONVENTION OP CIRCCS PERFORMERS AND GRAND EQUESTRIAN CONGRESS WIDL BE HELD AT WASHINGTON, un der a capacious Canvas Marque to be erected on CENTRE MARKET SPACE, FOR SIX DAYS, COMMENCING MONDAY, April Tth, In pnnuanoe of a project which has been matur ing all Winter, ef reewtlng to this means of se lecting the beat artists in every department of the circle, for Spalding & Rogers' NEW RAIL ROAD CIRCUS, for the transportation of the Persons, Horres, and Properties of which Messrs. S. A R. are now building HIRE ESPECIAL RAILROAD CARS at the ear fhctory of Messrs Goold A Co., in Al bany, N. Y. And in carrying out the original intention of which, of seuring a troupe of ar tists for a project Involving so much expense, who shall be each confessedly and by common consent the very first in his or her department of the profession, Insurmountable difficulties are found in the pretensions of tha claimants to the honor of superiority, which can be decided only by their contesting with each other at the same time in the same ring. The prizes are: First. The sum or one hundred dollars In cash. Secrnd A season's engagement with the new Railroad Circus, and an advance of salary of !0 per cent, over the highest salary tbe successful competitor may have received at any previous season. And Third. The great eclat that wl 1 natnnlly at tend the victor in this equestrian tournament. All the competitors are required to gl *e security bofore their names are entered, that they will ap pear at every performance during the week, so as not to disappoint the pub lc, and to si^n certain stipulations considered nncessnry to the proper management rf the contests A lar^e proportion of the most celebra'ed Per formers extant have notified Messrs S A R of their lr-tention to ccmpcte; and the following distinguished artistes have already entered .ma will appear each claiming supremacy in their respective departments: J VIZ: James Rcbinscn, of S. C.. as the best Equestrian .with or without saddle; The Motley Bro thers, of La , as the be*t Gymnastic ; The Levator Lee' Troupo from Paris A Lon don, consittlng of j six Ladies and Gen tleinen, as the best ^ Pan toml mists and Poslurers; Fuss Horner, cf Kentucky, and 8teve Lee, cf London, as the best Clowes; Ned Kendall, of Massachusetts, and Kendal's Brass Band of eighteen musicians, as the best Bugler and Band; For the new feats of the Double Perche, the Globe Perche, and the Double Lfedders, now making so much sensa tion. the only two par ties that have ever exe cuted the feats, both ere entered, viz: the one party, the American Brothers. H. Magtlton, of Pa , Geo. Lumbar, of Md., F Donaldson, of Ala , and C.Crosby, of O.; and the other party, the Yankee Brothers, HereuUs Libby,ot O., H Omar, of Va , J Daren, ort, of Texas, and C. Noyes, of Tenn H Maginty, of Pennsylvania, and Le Jeune Burte, by adoption, of Md , as the bent Hurdle Racers. Mad. Olinza, of Russia, as the best Tight Rope Performer. And in addition to the above entries already made, and te many others that will un doubtedly be made be fore the 5th of April, when the list eloses, the following well known Riders, Clowns, Gym nasts. Ac., are to appear by special engagement, viz: Mad Ormond, of Pennsylvania; Mrs Robert White, of New York; Mrs J. Robinson, of South Carolina; Mrs J Davenport, of Texas; Mad Levator Lee, M'lle Angnsta Lee, M'lle Rosa Lee, of London and Paris; Mr Robert White, of New York; Mr. James Burt, cf Maryland; Mr. Joe Hazlitt, of Mas?acbu>etts; Mr T Gaylor, and Mr. F. Thomas. of Pennsylvania; and Mr C- Stimson, and Mr F. Dorsey, of Maryland. Partly to Inspire the efforts of the r'valcom petitors, and partly to :eimburse the projectors of this tournament, ut der whose auspices this great gathering c f n' ted performers takes piac, the public will be ad mitted to the perform ances during which the c intents will take place. Admission: Boxes. 90cents; Children,and Servant* in attendance, 25 cents; Pit, 25 cents; Colored Boxrs. 90centr, Colored Pit, 25 cents. Doors open on Wed nesday ana Saturday af ternrons at 12jfc p.'m , and every night 7 p m The entries will be n.ade precisely at 12>f and 7^ o'clock. H i .. 1^7" To secure method and order in the estab iiiiimeBti, the orchestra has been confided to Mr. ri_ K**dall, and the management of ihe ,?i??r- rob-*t Whitb. pwwf Ac farther Particulars see small bills, ? mar 29? wVtchk^'puS? 4 ENGRAVING. VV Pock.?T^' CHRONOMETERS, AND Skillfully reDalredlkeepers of every description AlSrJi3Slul^ro"P;t?at workmen. * arms, crests, mottoes and^nSSSPoi??toneClU<lln* and*Printing att e n *10 a P-d to Card ^graving MW. mar 26 4 BRO , Jewelers, 324 Pa. av bet, tth and 10th sts. /CORPORATION STOCK.?#*,000 Oorno ration of Washington Stook for sale at feb 25?tf CHUBB BROTHERS. TOPUAM * HORFLlf'l NEW AND CHEAP ?ADDLE, HARNESS AND TRUNK 8T0EE. 499 Seventh st , opposite Odd Fellows' Hall. /SA MESSRS TOPHAMj MTTf) late of Philadelphia, and fr iltf (??^NORFLET of this city,^HI\tl?Y\ * respectfully announce to^^^*""-* their friends and the public, that they hare com menoed the Saddling Business at the above stand, where they will make and keep constantly on hand a large and superior assortment of?Mens', Ladles' and Boys' SADDLES, BRIDLES. MARTfNOALES.and WHIPS. HARNESS of every description, both for city and country use. Ail kinds of TRUNKS, VALISES, and CAR PET BAGS Ladles'SATCHELS. TRAVEL ING BASKETS.and FANCY WORK BOXES. HORSE BLANKETS, COVERS, COLLARS, andBAMES. Horse, Spofce. and Dust BRUSH KS. CARDS, CURRY-COMBS, SPONGES, Ac, AC. All material used will be the best that can be obtained; and both of us having been practical workmen for several years, we feel confident that our work cannot be surpassed, either for style or durability. By unremitting efforts to give satis faction we hops to merit, and respectfully solicit, a share of public patronage. Pastlcular attention paid to coverimg Trunks and repairing all kinds of work. Saddlers' tools constantly on hand, nov 7?tf GUTTA PERCHA TEETH. THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN IN the habit of sending our patrons to Dr. COSBY, formerly of Richmond J Va., for Dental operations for a num ber of years, and take pleasure in recommending him to the citizens of Washington as the best Tooth Extractor and Dental Operator that we have ever met with He inserts Teeth upon every plan that Is practised In the United States. Geo. P. HoMmau, M. D. B. W. Ti.wlea, M. D. A. v. p?yne. M. D. DOS John K. Miller, M. D. Bryant, M D O. F. Ohatnb?r!ln, M. D., DD9. C. a. Harrln, M. D. Samuel P. Browu, M. D. WYlhe Ttn?ley, U. D B. M. Francisco. M. D. "office over Ford A Bro.'s, No. 200. corner of lith street and Pa avenue. nov 47?6m# GUTTA TERCHA TEETH. Dtt. O. MUNSON, AT 310 pa. avenue, is mounting Teeth on a Gutta & PeTcha Base. Also,with Allen's pat-J ent continuous Gum, combining beau ty, strength and cleanliness. Dr. M. Is drtermlned to keep pace with every imurovemcnt in Dentistry, and will strive to please and profit his patrons. UEFE2RNCE: P. D Guryev. D D. Hon K H Glllet, J <*. Blnney, D.D. Hon. S A Douglas, B Sunderland, D.D. Dr. R P Patterson, H. R. Schoolcraft, Bsq. Dr. II II Coolidge, Hon C Mason, Dr. Thomas Miller, Hon. A O P Nicholson, And the Medical Faculty cf Georgetown Col lege. nov 23?tf BUY AND SELL FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EXCHANGE; FURNISH DRAFTS On all Parts of United States and Europa: COLLECT DRAFTS On all parts of United States and Europe; DRAW BILLS ON IRELAND FOR ?1 OK UPWARDS; BUY AND SKLL BONDS, STOCKS, A OTHER SECURITIES; NEGOTIATE TIME PAPER. Investment paying and over, for talc. L A !? D WARRANTS. We are at all times Purchasing, and have for Sale, LAND WARRANTS of ail denominations. Land Warrants located in Iowa, Wisconsin, or Minnesota. CHUBB BROTHERS, jan 23-tf Bankers, opposite the Treasury. Legion, or feigned excuses, "for they are many, ' 16 cents The Nightingale; or a Kind Act is Never Lost, from the German of Schmidt; 31 cents Impressions of England, or Sketches of English Scenery and Society; bv A. Cleveland (Tore, Rector of Grace Church. Baltimore; $1 Sermons for the Times, by Charles Klngsley; 75 cents Our Church Music; a book for pastors and peo ple, by Richard Storrs Willis; 50 cents Heartand Home Truths; being self-musings upon the Divine Will, by Rev. R. Whittinghain, J r ; 75 cents Unison of the Liturgy; by Archer Glfford, A. M. SI Men and Times of the Revolution ; or Memoirs of Elkanah Watson, including Journal of Travel in Europe and America from 1777 to 1S12, with his correspondence with Public Men. and Reminiscences and Incidents of the Revolution. Edited by his son, Wins low C. Watson: $i 5" Just published, *nd for sale at TAYLOR A MAURY'S mar 28-tf Bookstore, near 9.h street. A LWA* 8 SO ME T H1WO NEW'. READ THIS, OLD AND YOUNG! Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative WILL RESTORE *RAY HAIR TO ORI glnal color permanently; made to grow up on ba d heads; remove ail dandrutf or itching; destroy all diseases ?>f the scalp; and if used once or twice a week regularly, will prevent the hair from becoming gray or falling, to an imaginable age Read the following testimonials, and we defy you to doubt, (cays the Waverly Magazine.) Success to the genius whose tonic we say, Turns baci to its color the Hair that was gray. SOMETHING WORTH KNOWING !?By using Professor Wood's Hair Restorative, gray hair can be permanently restored to its original color. The subjoined certificate was received from Johnson A stone, Gardner, Me , and is but one of the many instances that are daily coming to our knowledge of its wonderful effects. It Is no longer problematical, but a self-evident truth, as hundreds of our community can testify.?Bos ton Herald. Gardner. Me, June42. 1SW. Ma. H. Dtks?Dear Sir: I have used two bot tles of Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative, and can truly say It is the greatest discovery of the age for restoring and changing the Hair Before using it I was a man of seventy. My hair has now at tained its original color. You can recommend it to the world without the lea*t fear, as my case was one of the worst kind Yours respectfully, DAN'L N. MURPHY Carltle, 111., June47, 1853. I have used Prof O J Wood's Hair Restora tlve, 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 it* original color, and. 1 have no doubt, permanently so. SIDNEY BREESE, Ex-Senator United States. HAIR RESTORATIVE.?la our columns to day will be found Prof. Wood'* advertisement of the above article, to which we call attention. What It has done, we have witnessed iu>on sev eral of our acquaintances in St Louis. Haironce 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 Restorative If it lias done this upon o'hers, will it not do the same for any of our readers whose '' f.o.sly prows" were once like the " raven locks" of Lothlel's warlike chief, it they will try It. We think so.?Jackson ville Constitutional, Ort. 5, IS53. THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE AGE.?It seldom occur* that we notice, under any circumstances, patent medicines, restora tlves, or anything of the kind, for we have a pre judice against most of them. But candor com Pais us to invite attention to the advertisement of rofessor Wood s Hair Restorative. We are too juvenile to req uire 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. It is not a " Hair Dye." but upon its ap ftlicatlon. as directed, the effect is produced upon he skin, which brings out the original colored hair, without stiffness, and gives it a glossy and natural appearance. We have s??en persons who haveuked it. and are much pleased with It Ex amine theadyertisement ?Mtsiouri Republican. O. J. WOOD A CO., Proprietors, No. 310 Broadway. New York, and 114 Market street. St. Louis, Missouri C STOTT A CO., wholesale and retail Agent, Washington. Also for sale byD. S. Dyson, S. Parker, midor National Aotel, and all Druggist*-; in eor^etown by It S T. Cissel; In Alexandria by Peel te Stevens T. W DYOTT A SONS, General Wholesale Agtn?, Philadelphia, Pa. febl?6m COUGHS. COLDS, HOARSENESS, Ac. PERSONS predisposed to Pulmonary Affec tions find this the most trying sea.son, owing

to the sudden changes in temperature; yet by a Uttle care, adopting warm clothing and supply ing themselves with a good prescription or cough remedy they may easily word off what may else Erove a dangerous winter companion. TY iER'S COMPOUND GUM ARABIC SYRUP has been so long known and highly appreciated A one of our most Innocent, yet efficacious, plea sant, and (since the reduction in priee,) economl cal remedies, that It may be recommended and used with the utmost confidence. It Is sold at 48 cents, or three bottles In one, 50 cents. Wholesale by PATTERSON A NAIRN and STOTT A CO.; &d retail by most Druggists. In Alexan dria bv PEEL A STEVENS; Georgetown by Mr. OISSELL jyg?ly Feather dusters, an sizes, plat* and colore 1: BRUSHES of all kinds; together with every klna of Housekeeping article. Prices always low, 6. FRANCIS, mar 14 Seventh st. Information for Travelers FOR HARPER'S PRRRY, ~ i Tia Ckesapeake f 1 THROUGH IN TWELVE HOURS' rflHK NEW AND SPLENDID PACKET J. BOAT ARGO, Capt Chas H Mbbbill, will commence making Regular Trtpt between GEORGETOWN and tbe above Point, on Mon day, March 27th, 1856. The Boat will leave the wharf of W. H. A H. G. Bitter. Georgetown, DC, e?*ry Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday rooming, at 0 o'clock Returning, she will leave Harper'* Ferry every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, at ? o'elock. Through Tickets, S2.U. To LMtburg ?1 62*, tnluding tke Stag* from Ed\eard$') Perry Families intending to visit 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. Meals served on board at moderate rate.*. A ceach will always be in readiness in George town to convey passengers to and from the Boat. Far further particulars inquire at the store of W. H. A H. G RITTER, Georgetown, and G. W. CUTSHAW. Harper s Ferry, Va. mar IP?tf BY RAILROAD DIRECT TO THE WXST. Tim* between Washington and WheellBf bat ITx hears 1 loaning Tim* between Washington and Cincinnati 87 honre 1! TltOTII TICKBTS AND lifliOl CHICKS *? IB ha? in washinoto*. THE BALTlKOilE AND OHIO RAIL ROAD havinggrftatlyimproved its Western connections, now ofli-rs the fullest inducements to Travellers between WASHINGTON, BALTI MORE, and aU portions of the W EST, N O RT H ? WEST, and the SOUTHWEST. The connection between the Trains from Wash lagton and the Trains bound West from Balti more is always promptly made at the Washington Junction f lately called the Relay House) 9 mile? from Baltimore This is the only change of cars required between Washingtonand the Ohlorlvet. Baggage Is checked through to Wheeling at the Washington Station, and reckecked and trans harge, nts he Washington ialiv at 6 a. in. and 4# p.m. On Sundays at the latter hour only. At BEN WOOD, 4 miles from Wheeling, iireet connection is made with the trains of CENTRAL OHIO RAILROAD, running from Bellalre, on the Ohio, through Cambridge, Zanesvllle, and Newark, to COLUMBUS. These trains connect tt Newark with the cars of the Newark, Mansfield and Sandusky Railroad for Sandusky, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, St. Louis, etc. At COLUMBUS the C. O. Railroad trains cea aeotwlth the fast trains of the Littlt Miami Rmil road to Xenla, Cincinnati, Louisville, etc At XENIA (on Little Miami Railroad) connection Is formed with the trains through Dayton, to Indian apolis, Terre Haute. Lafsvette, Chicago, Rock Island, St. Lcals, Cairo, eta ([7* Pavttng*? holding Through Tickets for Mempkit, Yicksbvrg, A&tekez, i/sw Orleans. stc.,Tvhlcn are also -joldat Washington?are trans ferred at Cincinnati to the Mull Steamers on the Ohio. Tickets fir Evaasv#l?, Cairo, and St. Louis are sold by the river route. |T^ For CLEVELAND, Bad via Cleveland tn Toledo. De'^oit, Chicago, etc., tickets are sold, when the Ohio Is aavigaole between W heeling asd Wellsville (forty miles) where a coaroctlon with the Clevalaal a?d Flttsbiuf R&jiroad Is made. Travelers ?r* respited U aol!e? th t whll? this is the ?*iy r?u;e a fording 'ffhro/gh Tickets and Checks in W?stl*.?ca, it is also ths shoittM. most spj^dy, tjid direct to nearly all the leading points im the rifcit West. The distance from Washington to Cincluutl Is but f.SJ miles, being ?bout lflO Bailee shorter than by an, other route! FAKE, BY THROWS & TICKET, FROM WASHINGTON To Wheeling, TJ 50, Colum VlRUUUiaM) vw. land, 812 50; Toledo, 315 60; Detroit, 815 *0: Chicago, 820 65 and 81S 50: St. Louis. 85? M ltd 8** Memphis. *28: New Orleans, 13L etc. IT^FOR FREDERICK AND HARPEB'3 FERRY.MARTINSBURG. CUMBERLAND, BERKLEY SPRINGS. BEDFORD SPRINGS, PIEDMONT, OAKLAND, and FAIRM0 8NT, Msscagers atiy l^nva WasL'agtoa at 0 a. m. oi 4tf p. m. For the minor way riattcsa between Baltimore and Wheeling, tsJco i j?. t-*in fro*>. jr/"i<'or trsiii te a- \ freia Ar spells, ?to., see special id - tiiiveevu j. IT^Fcr further Jsiorntv.ica, Tkr^rgh Tickets, A#,, apply to VhOMAS H. PARSOKt;, Ag?t, tt Washington F?*Uo*. WM. S. WOODSIDE, rf trier of 7 raider. aMen, But'atan; ul Okie Rallxoitl. itiliisasrt. march 1?tf ORANGE & ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. Great Southern Mail Line! 43- TWICE DAILY (SUNDAY NIGHTS EXCEPTED) Between Washington City and the South! VIA: ALEXANDRIA, GORDONSVILLE, AND RICHMOND. Leave Washington at b a. n. and 7 p.m. Fare frcm Washington to Richmond. 85 50 OMNIBUSES and BAGGAGE WAGONS will be at the Washington Railroad Depot to con vey PASSENGERS and BAGGAGE, Pre* oj Ckarge, to STEAMER GEORGE J ^fr?ft PAGE, for ALEXANDRIA,a dis-S?3HBK tance of si* miles, allowing ample time for Meals. Tickets procured on the ooat. Expedition and Comfort are secured by this Route, as it is a CONTINUOUS LINBOB IIB6TCLASS bailboad fbom ALEXANDRIA TO RICH MOND THROUGH PASSENGERS and BAGGAGE carried without cost to the Depot of the Petersburg Railroad. Information of Route and Lost Baggage ob tained of JAMES A. EVANS, feb 11 Agent, Alexandria, Va. THE NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES ,MA1L STEAMERS.^4 THE SHIPS COMPRISING THIS LINE are the ? ATLANTIC Capt. West. PACIFIC Capt. Nye. BALTIC Capt. Comstock. ADRIATIC These sh 1 ps have been built by contract expressly for Government service Every care has been taken in heir construction?as in the engines?to insure strength and speod; and their accommo dations for passengers are unequaled fcr elegance and comfort. CAYS OB BAILING. Psom New York. Prom Liverpool. 1856. 1850. Saturday Jan. 5 Wednesday....Jan. 23 Saturday Jan. 19 Wednesday....Feb. 6 Saturday Feb. 2 Wednesday....Feb. 20 Saturday Feb. 16 Wednesday....Mar. 5 Saturday .Mar, 1 Wednesday....Mar. 19 Saturday Mar. 15 Wednesday.... Apr. 2 Saturday Mar. 20 WTednesday....Apr, 18 Saturday Apr. 12 Wednesday.... Abr. 30 Saturday Apr.2? Wednesday....May 14 Saturday May 10 Wednesday....May 23 Saturday May 24 Wednesday....June 11 PBICB OT PASSAOB. From New York to Liverpool, first cabin....8130 ? k ? second cabin. 75 Exclusive use of extra size state rooms 325 From Liverpool to New York....30 A 20 guineas No berth can be secured until paid for. An experienced Surgeon attached to each ship. Shippers please take nct.ce that the ships of this line cannot carry any goods contraband of war. All letters must pass through the [post olfice? any other will be returned. The owners of these ships will not be account able for gold, sliver, bullion, specie, jewelry, pre cious stoues, or metals, unless uills of lading ure signed therefor, and the value thereof therein ex pressed . For freight or passage 3pply to EDWARD K. COLLINS A CO., 5? Wall street, New 1 ork. BROWN, SHIPLEY * CO., Liverpool. STEPHEN KENNARD A CO., 27 Austin Friars, London B G. WAIN WRIGHT A CO., Paris. GEORGE H. DRAPER, Havre. Notice ?The day of departure of this line from New York, for 1856, will be Saturday, com mencing January 5, and every alternate . aturday; from Liverpool, Wednesday, commencing Janu ary 23, and every alternate Wednesday. Jan 30-y . WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD* (1HANOE OF HOURS.?On and after Mn j day, the 23d Instant, the Trains will Leave Washington at 0 and b* s. m., and 3 and 'V. Sunday at 4# p. m. Leave Baltimore at 4* aadijf a. m.,aad J aad Sjf p. m. * On Sunday at 4* a. m. ap23?tr T. H. PARSONS, Agent. DIGEST OK LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES, with reference* to the acts re pealed, supplied, or modified, and notes, of the decisions and dfcta of the Supreme Court of the Union upon their construction; by Jas. Dunlop of the Pennsylvania Bar; one volume of 1,647 pages, 1856, price 87.50. n?er22?tr FRANCK TAYLOR TO ALL TEAT VALUE TfiXIft SlflfiT. WISHES to call the attention to an that sufifcr with defective sight, caused by age. sick ness and particularly from plasws inludiciousiv selected, to hla superior SPECTACLES and GLASSES carefully ground by himself to a true spherical accuracy, and brilliant transparency, aultod precisely ana beneficially to the wearer ac cording to the concavity or convexity of the eye. Very numerous are the lb effects caused to the precious organ of sight from the commencement of using glasses In not being precisely suited, by the use of an Optom4t*r; and the practice of many years, enables him to measure the focal disease at the eyes, and such glasses that are absolutely re Julred will be furnished with precision and satis art i or J. T. acknowledges the very liberal encourage ment already obtained, and further solicit* the pa tronage of those that have not yet availed them selves of his aid. Persons that cannot conveniently call, by tend ing the glasses In use. and stating how many Inches they can read this print with their specta cles, can be supplied with such that will Improve their sight. Innumerable testimonials to be stea; and /efer ences given to many who have derived the greatest ease and comfort from his glasses. Circulars to be had gratis, at hla office. No 51S Seventh street, three doors from Odd Fellows' Hall, up stairs. Nobfoli, September 7,18M. Sir?The Spectacles you made for me suit very well, and soem to have improved my sight morr than any other 1 have lately tried. LITT. W. TAZEWELL. 1 have tried a pair of Spectacles obtained from Mr. Tobias, md find theraof great assistance ta my sight, and corresponding with his dew rlptUn of'the focus. I recommend aim as a rklllfi-l opti cian. HENRY A. WieE. Mr. J. 7o*ia?: Elr?The palroi spectte'e* y% furciitM me yesterday are particularly SL'tlr.'a* torytone. 'tfney are very decidedly the beat J possess, and 1 am the owner cf eight or nine pair carefully selected In different places and from cn tlclans recommended to me on account of tfcer Grofeeslonal standing in England, Fiance and thf nlted States. I have been al*o pleased with your remarks aM directions on the treatment el the eyes, fcr the purpose of preserving and Improv ing the sight. Respectfully, yours, CHAS. CALUWKLii Professor of M. C , Louisville, Ky. Ltnchbbbs, Nov. 10, IBM. Mj. John Tot'as having furnished me wltk ?lasses, by which I have been greatly aided (my virion having suffered greatly from reading at night In my earlier life) It affords me the hlpnesl pleasure to ssy that I consider him a skillful prac tical optician, and well prepared to aid those whs mty need his professional services. WM B ROVZIE, Elder of Methodist ConfertM*. W ilm inston - N. C., Jan. *7, ie#4. Mr. J. Tobias : Dear Sir?1 am happy to say that the Spectacles which I obtained frou. you last week are entirely satisfactory. From an Inequal ity in the visual runfe of my eyes, I have hereto fore found great difficulty in getting glasr-es of the proper focal distance. It affords me pleasure te state that, by the aid of your optometer, thlr diffi culty has been happily obviated so that the glasses vou furnished me are decidedly the Lost adapted t* my eyes of anv I have ever vet used. Very respectfully, yocrs, R. B DRANE, Rector of St. James' Parish Department of Interior, M>y 7,1655. Frs-t artural defect* and the unequal ranpe oI icy ryes, I hvre betn compelled to use glasres *c? several ycra. I have tried different cpt'el mt wiruout obtaining glsases perfectly ttled tc re\ eyes. Four months since Mr. Tiolas rra?.. iwi v.lrs especially lor me, which i h*ve foand tc s?rve me perfectly. By the use cf his oj.totr.eir. he Is enabled to alapt Glasr-'s minutely to tre eye I most cheerfutly recommend Mr. aobli.^ to a J having occasion to useglass<*s, and bear my t?tt ywesy %s to his skill as an optician. HENRY E. BALDWIN, Assist. See'? to sign Land Warrants. If 1*?tf PRIVATE MEDICAL THEATISB ON TBI PHILOSOPHICAL VIEW OF KA&EIAOI, ?T M. D. LA CROIX, M ? D., ALBANY, N. Y.. 830 Psg?t sad 130 Fin*, Plain, ami Ctlartd Lith ographs and Plaits. Paics o?lt Tw?ntt-Fiv? Cbnts. Sent F roe of Postage to all parts of the U nlon (CHEAPEST BOOK EVER PUBLISHED? 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It is a truth ful adviser to the married and these contemplating marriage: Its perusal Is partloularlv recommend ed to persons entertaining secret doubts of thel physical condition, and who are consslous of hav Ing hazarded the health, happiness, and privilege to wblch ever? human being is entitled. Price TWEN TY-FIVE CENTS per copy.o: Five Copies for One Dollar. Malied, free or post age. to all parts of the United States !>!. B?Those who prefer may consult Dr. LA CUOl X upon any of tne diseases upon which thli book treats, either personally or by mail. Medl cinc sent to any part tf the Union according to dl rections, safely packed and carefully secured froix all observation. Address Dr. M . B LA CROIX, No. 31 Maidei Lane, or Post Office Box 57t> Albany, N. Y. [IT1 o&ce open dally, from 0 a m to 9 p m a*4 on Sunday from 3 until 5 p. m. f]~jr omce REMOVED from No. 96 Beaver at to SI Maidtn Lant, Alba*jr, Ntw York. dee SB?ly TYLER'S COMPOUND SIRUP OF ttCM .Mi ABIC AK A REMEDY FOR COWCHS, COLDS HOARSENESS, ASTHMA, WKOOPIN? COUGH, CROU P.Ac., permeases the greatest ad vantagoe, with the least objections of any other 1: U3e, having been extensively umd the last tweet] years with unparalleled success, not trumpeted t? the world as a specific or cure all, but recom mended aa a valuable and scientific auxiliary ii? pvlkonabt casks, ready at hand, and one iha1 has been generally found to afford relief whew most otheis have been tried without material ben efit. Ai, such it is rocognlxed by numbers of om leading physicians, who know Its composition and have been eye witnesses of its superior effi cacy as well aa by thousands of our most res pec table'cltlwJus, who all endorse its claim to belnf safe palatable, economical and efficacious. PriC4 ascents or three bottles in one 50 cents. Wholesale Agents, PATTERSON & NAIRN and STOTT ? CO., Penua avenue; PEEL A STEVENS, Alexandria; CISSEL, Georgetown Retailed by DrugglsUgeuerallv Also, TYLKR"s GUM ARABIC COUGH CANDY DROPS, the same composition li loxenge form, 12x cents a box Jy d?ly GLKNWOOD CEMETKllY," Office Ne. ^93 Pa. av?., earner lClii street (OVBB TCB SSVINa'S BANE.) Tm HIS CEMETERY Is laid out on the pi .a 0 the celebrated Greenwood, of New \ ork, a a i situated on the high ground distant ore ind ? quarter miles north of the Capitol?Norih Capltc street loading directly to the gateway. This Company have secured a charter from Con appropriating their ground forever to trarla purposes, making a fee title to the purchase r, ant prohibiting all encroachments from leglaletion o: otherwise, which Is of vast Importance to thos< who wish their dead to repose where they hav? placed thejn, for It has become a custom in al other cities when the burial ground becomes valu able for otheT purposes, to sell It, and throw th< lead promlscously Into one large pit, and legal measures cannot prevent It, as no titles aie gives to the ground. . . N. B ?Office open from 10 to IS o'clock a. m., where Pamphlets, containing the Charter, By Laws, and a map of the grouad, and all other in formation, can be obtained. All orders left with Mr. James F-Harvey. No. tlOSeventh street, or any other undertaker, will ba yoaptl* atteaded to. g BIRD GAOU. Bird Seed, Fish Bene, kc., at the Housekeepers' Furnishing Store 4?) Seventh street. fmarl2] O !? RANCIS GO TO BLLir* mar 8 FOR CHEAP GOODS. Carter's Spanish Mixturt THE GREAT PURIFIER OFTM R BLOOb' Brit AllrratlT* HOT A FAlT!U.l OF MtlCFlT TH IT?!' An lnfall'.b'.e remedy for Scrofula. Ring's Rheumatism Obstinate CaUnmv Prnptloaa! Pimples or Postules on the Face. Blotrl.*' Bolls, Ague a?<l Few, Chronic Sore Ev?s Ringworm or Tetter, Scald Heald. Ea large! meet and pain of the Bones and Joint*. Rheum. stubborn Ulcers, Syphlilttc Dls~rdrrv. dlwaM* arising from an lnjudinoi ? n? and all dlimw arising from an lnjudiclo- ? __ of Mercury, Imprudence la Life, or Impurity of the Blood. THIS great remedy, which has become an rap. ldlv and no Ju?tly celebrated for lu extraordi nary efficacy In relieving and curing many ?f the nMt obstinate and terrible forma of disease wltfc which mankind la afflicted. la now offered to the public, with the confident insurance that no Mid. teat discovbbt ever made has been so em 1 Ben jy suooessfnl In curing ScaorcLA.and all ci?I4?k or tbi Blood,as CARTER'S SPANISH M!\. TUBE. The proprietors are receiving by everv ma'.l most fiatterlng and astonishing details of cares made In all parts of the countiy, and In ox*: cam where the skill of the best Physicians had be*>i rled In vain. Its power over the Blood Is truly reir*rk*ble and all diseases arising from Impurity of the gr?*t Sbat of L*i have been relieved and cored with out a single failure, out of thetVousands who have used It. Carter's Spanish Mixture contains no Mercury, Opium, Arsenic, or any dangeioui drugs, out Is composed of Roots and Herbs, com bined with other ingredients of known virtue And may be given to the youngest infant or most de bilitated Invalid, without the least possible he* . tatloa. We have only room for short extracts from tie volume * of testimony In our possession and 4 1 from gentlemeu of the highest respectability, *?- i know;: In their various localities. Please read fv yours* lv4a. We take great pleasure la calling the attention of our reader* to the merits of Carter's Spe.n ;fe Mixture as a remedy for diseases of the blood. it enjoys a reputation la this city unequalled by any >ther preparation ?Dai If Dispntck, Ritktnomd, Fa. The Hob John M Cotu.of Va.,sav* he cons'. 4 era It a matter of duty to add his testimony to the virtues of Carter's Spanish Mixture, vaeai acttal pbbsonaL obsbbvatior of Its remarkable cni tive powers for the diseases in which It Is used We have been cured of a violent and protrae Liver disease bv Carter's Spanish Mixture \\> know It to be ali it professes.? Ei.itor Disucrst, Ptttrtburg, Fa. We have found from personal trial, tl al Csr. ter'a Spahlsh Mixture lr a truly valuable meJ|. cine?Ed. Vtrgtn%?t lndepm/i'nt, Vt ORE AT CURE OF SCROFULA ?A pr^> man In our employ was cured of Scrofula of a *1% alent character by a few bottles sf Carter's Spin. Ish Mixture, after everything else had filled Ott er cures which have come under our own obsei v. tlod, proves to us conclusively, that Is really a va'.. uable medicinal agent. We take great pteasrre in calling the- attention of tha afflicted to ft* is.*. Its ?Richmond Kfpullitmm. SYPHILIS.?1 seca a number of our** ? Syphilis performed by Cart-r's Spaaish Mix I believe It to be t: perfect antidote for that c< r bledisease F. BURTON. Ccut of ReYTue for city of Rlchmos^ L1TFR DISEASE.?SaaaoelM. Mfer < the firm of Drinker h Morris, V el!?rr, RI*h moi:d, Va , was cured of Liver 4is> aac of sevtr<u years star 41 ag by anly throe bottJet of Cart* * Spanish Mixture. OLD SORES, VL3E&SAT- OBSTINATE ERotTJOUS ON THE SElit.?See th? c^ >f Mr. Harwood, and otaera. drilled In our/ ? outage The u -tcuer of such case; cured bv Car ?er'a Spanish Mixture, precludes the pOMUdii:/ if ,ase:Jngth*m In an advertlsen.cnt. EFFECTS Ot MEr.CVRY ? bee tie car* * Mr. Klir.ore He was eaten up with Mercury ai-J coi'ld ebtsli. no relief, until he took six bottles ?: Carter'* Spanish Mixture, which perfectly rest<-red hi in to health and vigor. JfKlTRALOil.-Mr. F ??.yden, fonr.eriy f the As?--r Hc-ise, N. V.,bnt more recently propri etor of the Ex -bange Hotel. K .chmond, was cared of Neuralgia by Carter s Spanish Mixture Since that time, he says he has sees it cure more than 1 hundred rases of the disease In which it is used He never fails to recommend It to the afflicted RHEUMATISM ?Mr. John F. Harriet. Druggist, of Martlnsburg, Va . writes of the an gular cure oft violent lase of Rheumatism Tie patient cot:Id aot walk. A few estlrej cured him SCROFULA.?Mr. Harrlsos also writes of a Set cure of Scrofula, In the person of a yo r.g y, (of three yesrt standing.) which bllUe doc tors could sot reach. Six battles ma^e a cure cf her SYPHILIS ? Dr K T Ilendle, of We*fcit|? ton. DC, who cured an obstinate case of Sypt'. lis b7 Outer's Spar.lrb Mixtuie. says "it acts spe cially on the Blood, Liver and skis and Is pretr.u and t-ftcient In Its results " Dr. John Miage, formerly of the City Hotel Richmond, now of Alabama, says he cas sees Carter's Spanish Mixture administered In a num ber of eases with astonishingly good effect H* recommends It as "the most efflcTent alterative !a we." SALT RHEUM AND SCROFULA ?i\' Jos Robinson, of Wooster. Ohio, wai cored f Scrofula and Salt Rt?-um of three years stand!'..", by only three bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture WM. S BKERS A CO., Prophet.*, No. 304 Broadway. New Vr k. ET Price #1 per bottle, or ?ix bcttles for 9t> For sale by CHAS STOTT, Washlretor. l>. C.. and Drugglsta geaerally oct 1?ii THE BKEATLST MEDICAL DISCOVERY OF THE AGE. Dr. KE.MRLDY,*! Rsxbury. Haa discovered in one of our comnok paih-.i wbsds a remedy that cures If BIT KIND OF HUM OK; rmox tei woa?r scaorna sown to a cok WO!? PIMFLB. He has tried it in over eleve> hundred cases, and never failed except in two cases, (both thunder humor ) He has now In hli possession over two hundred certificates of its vir tue, all within twenty miles of Boston. Two bottles axe waj;inted to cure a nursing aor? mouth One to three bottles will cure the worst klad of pimple* on the face. Two to three bottles will dear the tyrtta of biles. Two bottles are warranted to cure the won canker in the cicutli &:.d stomach. Three to five bottles are warranted to cure the worst case of Erysipelas. One to two bottles est warranted ta care all humor in the aves. Two botties are warranted to cure ranala/t of the ears and blotches among the hair. Four to six bottles are warranted to care oorra^ and running ulcers One bottle will curs ecaly eruption of the skin Two to three bottles are warranted to core tfet worst case of ringworm. Two to three bottles are warranted to cure the ?ost desperate case of rheumatism Three to four bottles are warranted to owe tat ?tit rheum. Five to eight bottles will care the worst oases ot Mrofola. A benelt la always experienced trom the fii* bottle, and a perfect cure is warranted when the above q'lantity is taken. Reader, I [?eduled over e thouaaad bottla* ot this In the vicinity of Boston I know the effKt of it fc; every case So sure as water will extin guish fire, so sure will this cure humor I new sold a bottle of It but that sold another; after 1 trial it always speaks fcr itself There are nrr thlsga abort this herb that appears to me ?urW1"' lng; first uiat It fn>wi in our pastures, la some places quite plentiful, and yet its value has t*"r been knswn ^r.tll I diacovered it In IBM?secoci. that it shomd cure all kinds of humor. In order toglr? some idea of the seddfa aad great popuierity cf the dlseo-ery. I will suu that a April, lt^3, 1 r*ddled It, and sold aboit* bottles- per day?la April, 1854,1 sold over L** botUe? per day of It. Some of the wholesale Druggists who have t-xa la buf!nes3 twcuiv and thirty years, say that bj thlrtg in the annals of patent medietas w?s ever like It. 'A a uclverbti praise of It fcta ?'? quarters la n.y own jpri"-tlce 1 always kept ItatrlcUy ji' humrr>-t?ut &lnie its lutiodu.tuis a* s fduuly rrtrdiclne. < icut and wunderfui vtrtJ* have bf?u four.d In It that I rev: suspected Several cas^s .-^f epileptic ety?a dises^e wt- - was tlwaya considered incurs!;>? have been cn-~ b a iew bottic-s. O, what a meicy If It will P^* eftrctual la ali cuvs <1 thi-.t awful malady?th^^ ar? but few who have seen more of It than I aa*e 1 know of several cases of Dropsy, all of ? ared people cured by it For the various dl?*a 3 cf the Liver. Sick Headache, Dyspet*ia, Ast*?* F?verand Ague. Pain in the Side, Diseases 0. Spine, and purtlcu^rly In diseases of the a ? teys, Ac., the discovery has done more good 4a v medicine ever known . No change of diet ever mceaaary?eat the w* you can get and enough of It. , Directions for Us* ?Adults one table per day?Children over ten years dessert ?fK*" ful?Cnlldien from five to eight years, tea sP0??' ful As no directions can be applicable to all stitutloas. take softclent to operate on tke bewc twice a day. MANVrACTVBBD BT DONALD KENNEDY* Ifs. 1X0 Wa-^?s strtrt. Rozbmrf, JfaM Pbicb, Owb DoLtAB. v Wholesale Agents?New York .nyu il.lTKVVH U1 ?f>sst: C. H. *'? - Baltimore, BROWN A BROTHER, CAW? 1 HATCH. Alexandria, PEEL A STKVlH;.* At Retail by all respectable DruggUtt Ji* - Onited States and British Provlaoes and also ? tke Druggists of tAla City.