Newspaper of Evening Star, January 22, 1858, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated January 22, 1858 Page 4
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EVENING star THE ROLLER.BOY. A ParinIff cm the Sailor Boy's Dream. *T HAZCL OIEEM. *BQ. 'Tit midnight! and yet see the roller-bo* liy -ri1'* '?kJ WJth wih*t ?kl11 *ntl industry combined ; Though blaokened and wearr, hit oaraa fly away, And riBu>am of happiness uanoe in hit mind. ?r ,om? '*Mr on*,n f*noy'? bright bowers. J" ? of honors that lor him await; ?pw'11 ?* ** e 'hink# of the flattery and flowera l hat shower around the unfortuna'e great. w'iSe* Wln't, '*noy ((>on spread theraselvet And bid the yoang dreamer in ecstacy rise; Ana on through th- heavens he feels nimaelf glide, Till Snella ? reaidenoe blesses hia eyca. The jesammea olsmher and flower o'er the thatch? There swallows sing * wee t from their nests in the wall; As trembling with tranaport he raiaea the latch. And the voioe of the loved one responds to hia call. Her father sits smoking with look* of delight. Her mother ries vainly to hide a glad tear ; Vi'k '*7 'weetly unite. dear. whom his boaom holds TThehtaik^lil?.?k*M,,,pV*t h"*h in his breast. And al?v?ro,ler pl,#" qulok a? before; '^MVSdh^ h.! ft0"1 these wonlsnr,, expressed. My calling has bleaaed me. I aak for no more." AW*yfly?ft" th? loVed ?n#, : wh*t caused them to 'T\i\h?that aoand that now larums hia ear ? ?? . ? .i Prrs>man? unmuaicaJ cry ? more ink on that roller, my lad ; do jou hear.'" "fvifflL!?.??lnk"k**' K?ta ink. and leapa hack, J brietTy ? the pressman looka dire? bu^k?* 6 pap?r Wlth "Inouk"." thick and Imprinted upon it, with many a "friar." The pressman hia mge can no longer aup?r?jj He aeaea ami firea a "quoin" at hia head; i ae imp soon perceivea that he's got in a "mess " By dreaming?end ail hia bright vf.ion. havT"d. W?Zto thjr drenrn ?f delight; H?^S'tZ??n ".thy tirat-work of biisa ? bright- hat P,clur# th* hac' touched Thnt Hi ry.and honor, and lore-honied kiss.' 1 dr<w,n not again," For Vrtn?i'Jk r ' ^ n"ht *"d by day ; If mrr V paintest can hardly remain it'hoa arc negleotful?they'll vanish away, ,h"? p?" p?"i-ri'"1,e ,h* ,ck'an<* continue to roll, tower-^"1?* the# doWn on her sky reaching Then, roller-boy. ply thee?work on to thy goal. I Porter's Spirit of the Times. . Captain Henry and several other fllltuster* i?z?"zrh'v* ?on *? Louis, for killing his wife. K ' 1 St ?fE(?i#n^nn,!li"b tor the Propagation th.t -K.iTC1 pron?"e to ?'?rt churches in India IT7* Religious reyivala are l?elnsr mrri?ri *' ?"?"'"Hie l. ?U 0 l"r ""P"""' P?int, Sjsa;S33WS mentv* ""?">? '"'"?"?piSi It ^,.Tyd fertf.ir i tamden. and will, ere lone, of Wpidltion '" KQvemmen for the Utah ter^hi 7?\vZ hlvin? a rpmark?"?lv mild win e We*t No anow.no railway Idork t? deat h ? ^ut w^'at^^warrrr^s* * )r?oher?^a*ndr m>^ hsKjv;/;^'my of Science in New Orlean, the SSt hi?Purporting to dt-rnonMrate of ??uthwael ^Taterrof ,he 0ulf on tL? ^rder ars the whiT'J K,nd thenc,> fo TMa". *"t)d- tent VnT^K ^ ? u n '"buitted tosci t?on !I? t?n;, aii of?V,he Pr0rps" ?'"?Pora T.rk.'i'Sffir,1?bSfiS'.'1'"1"'' '? n*i u'TTlIuilS ?rvfi,K -k i? ? P Chautauque county, N V fnrm ^all be * perfect copy from to** human JSV. Z77hLhh The <y<* "re thiX ?wi ' e bou"? ba* iu front door and nil id V';::v.:f?r ??????? >h.i, Uxxialiu. K I, design,j for ihe UKoflli. Msxfczrtt '?>?>? Cbilicotb., Ohio, on a vj.n i .i 'S"' ITr \lr l v, i y * yMterd*Y sLedied. ^STooVil^f^,; .^'i.kr;?n, ST" Hi,I'Z P'o'rel.ni; kl. trunk. i? tbe E?pr..?Srof the Hudaou River Railroad at tbe t me of .1 J l-teKly^fd!1 attidC,,t' WLeU tLe ^ath^ was ?s u^r?vr,h?.' SH ir;,Erz^fB r.vT^ s^sssahjsK^Ss roJrii^ ?f eloP?u^nt occurred m An he? hi dvSrm'.ah"^!, To leave company with another man's wif. ll 1^7" 'on? ^d.^rdelto%,^M,n'tLJ lad^ jjed Robett Nerie^LT^ofTw^ AH RIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS BROWNS?' HOTKL ?Jno J Roe, Mo; Capt JauieM Marka, Pa; Jno L Allen. Miit?; Charlen E Aiuipa' h and l*dy> P? 1 W II tiarrett, Creek Agency; Mr Mutt, Ua; T C Boiling, SC; F Val denar, Md; K K Thorne and lady, N V; J Rob ertson, O, 11 Hdldeuian, Pa; J Creaawell, do; J A Law*. Pa; H Abbott, Md ; N \V Lowry, Pa; L Mevena, Msm: A M Mrag?, Ky; O Miles. Md; Dr Rotjert peele, do, J Forest, do; A H Chap line, Va; C ii Doddridge, do ; A B Cumminga, Pa; Mis* Cuminings, 110 ; A H Smith, do; t)r Patton, I'SN; M r and M rs Tilden, N ; J Pier ^n. F.ng, Mrs C J Faulkner, child and servant, MImi Faulkner, do; Mr and Mrs Cross, NY; D M Ba*?ett, Ct; Mrs Lott, NY; A B Ely, do; C G Memininzer, ir, SC, R \V Memminger, do; H9 Magic, V a; M J Bogie and lam, Pa; Mist F, Ho gle, do; Mi*? A L> Harris, do; J A Turner, Va; J W Swift, .NY; A A Kajjy. Md; (i W Cumminga Pa; Thos F Rowland, NY ; A Bolton, do; J K Reepe, Md; J H Buchanan, do. WILLARDfl' HOTEL ?Oen John R.wa. A ?? Wilson, Pa; B Romeroy, W Yandervoort, Pa, R Gleason, W R Bone, Va; Col Payne. L'SA: Major Carleton, do; W F Cbryater, M I.ovell, Mr and MrsCoggill, C A Fmbrr, N Y;T F Kly. Fla A B Uy, H V Butler. N Yk; M B Lowry, Pa; Wn. Pettit, A Mehalfy, N Vk; J A Wilson, Pa; Mlaa Medairy, Md, Mr> (ien P F Smith, D II llaight and lady. Mr and Mi?s I.yon, N Yk. Hon John H Clifford, a?*. K J Horton, do; Mr and Mrs Jes sap, Wm H Ro?. Ill; R M Hunt F H Dykess.C H Hunt, NY Jas H l>uchanan, Md. R R Carter. VSN; GeoriiBS 1'rost, Mich; Joa L Prnnock, P S Rowland, P?; L Drake, NY; A B Eddy, U rt A;T F Jdearlier. XV NATIONAL HOTEL.?Jno B Rol?erts, Ohio; A B Davis, Md; J Robertson. O, F. K T borne and lady, N N ork; J Mclntire Md; W S Barrett and Jmi UfHfor II I * U 4* ** ? ? *vt??m. >Um \V >| Wilev. Pa; J H Forsyth. KariHaa, Geo MTlourn Ind, F. B Talbott; A Hoyden, Mass; P L Yan l>^' yeliter, Mo; J J Whiting, Mass; II Pinkertou,|'a J Brlggs, NY; A W Uuell, Mich. KIKKWOOD HOUSE?Col J M Bdker, Via; P Baker, do; T S Mitcliell. Pa: C Collins, do; J H Pell, do; S Mitten, do; S B Prv?ton, Md; H T Roberts, do; S B Sauder*. NJ; C M Dougherty and ly. Md; Miss S Kelly, do; F RHly, de; II Kelly, do; J N Kelly, do, Dr W Kails, do, T J Powrll and ly. Trim; II Tuwnsend and ly. |?a; T J Heckey, c'al, O S Idthiiu.N Y; O B l-ath am. do, C W Ai>1, Pa; D V A hi. do; W Boaler, NY; Col Ampersand, do; !) R Hoile, Pa; T B Harrington, NY; F Thompson, Va; K llardcas tle. do; S L Rotterts, Pa U. H HOTEL, (L O.Wmith ?.)?J D Wells, MY; TC Beat her. Pa; R H Carter, Va; Judge Sinclair, do; H II Boswell, do: J R Hatton, do; W Ogle, Md, W Hunter. Mo; J H*Mthorne, Md, West. NY; P D Lipscomb, Va; W D Sta bler, do; C W Colman and uiere, Va; J Chun, do: H tibat kelford, do; T M(<)iatb,Pa; A Small, Md WASHINGTON HOUSE ?S D Winslow.Vt; R Austin. Pn, T D M-tson, D tf Atkinn, N Vork; Major J H Carleton, I SA M I.ovell. Mr Chris tie, NY. II T Jenkins, lady, child and servant, Iowa; J Thomas, Miss A Thomas. Tenn; Mias Belle Wlckea. Ala; J K Lansing, Frank King, Mian A and Mrs Roggen NY In?araao?, fto. G and silver PURCHASED AT THE BEST RATES. FOREIGN BILLS OF EXCHANGE SOLD, ON THE PRINCIPAL POINTS IN EU ROPE. IN SUMS TO SUIT. OOLD CURRKNCY~AND VIRGINIA MO NEY ACCOUNTS, WILL BE OPENED FOR DKPOSITORS,PAYABLE INSAME FUNDS. OR IN GOLD. CHARGING THE CURRENT RATES.-CHECES MUST BE MAREED ACCORDINGLY. SIGHT DRAFTS ON~ALL THE PRINCI PAL CITIES OF THE UNION. SOLD IN SUMS TO SUIT. BONDS AND STOCES SOLD ON COM MISSION. UNCURRENT ' MONEY BOUGHT AND SOLD. LAND WARRANTS PURCHASED ATTHE HIGHEST RATES^ SWEENY, RITTENHOUSE, FANT A CO., d 4-Sm Banker*. Connecticut mutual i.ike insur y ANCE COMPANY. Capital over - $2,VO.Oi*> Thss olil ami reliable t'ompany are prepared Intake risks on liven at premium* that will unit all. FRED CALLAN, Agent. Office?No. 213 F itreet, Washington City, D. C. ian 4-3taw3w pEN PER CENT. INVESTMENT. Corporation Bonds of the City of Davenport, Iowa, paving 10 per cent, interest l>y Coupon in New York. Bund* of $500 each. The growing city of Davenport has now ahout an,Wirt inhabitants, and n rapidly increasing in wealth and population. Its municipal debt is only $IS9,noo, and it* railroad debt only 9125.0"?, and cannot now be increased. The ?tatistiosof tne city were published in the Intelli genoer of the 3itfi September. We recommend these bonds, believing them to be as sate as any State or aity bonds. _ 006 CHUBB BROTHERS ASHlNMTON INshhaNCK COMPANY. CHARTERSD BY CONGRESS Capital f 2oo,f?o!!! This Company is now prepared to reoehre applica tions for INSURANCE ON BUILDINGS. MER CHANDISE. Ao.. at the usual City rates, without any charge for Policy, at their Office, oorner ol Tenth Street and Pennsylvania Aveuue, over Uie Washington City Savings Bank. Directors. Wm. F. Bayiy, Samuel Baoon, Joseph Bryan, James F. llaliday, Wm. Orme, Hudson Taylor, Francis Mohun, M.W.Galt. Benj. Beail, JAMES C. McGUIRE, President. Grafton D. Han?on. Secretary, ap ll-ly Bankinghouse of ~~ CHUBB BROTHERS* Deposits.? Deposits received and Checks paid _ ithout charse. Ural's <tn the northern seaix?ard cities reoeived on Deposit at par, and Exchange on ml Cities furnished to depositors without charge. Interest on Deposits.?Interest will l?e allowed on Deposits at such rates as may be agreed u Don. Deposit* in Virginia and Uncurrknt Monet. Deposits in Virginia and other Uncurrent Money re oeived to be checked for. payable in same funds, or in ?peoie, we charging the regular Exchange. Discounts.?Notes, Drafts,and Billsof Exchanre will be discounted, and Loans made on Stooks, Bonds, and Securities, at the market rate. Letters or Credit.?Letters of Credit will be furnished, negotiable in the different Cities of the United States, on Deposit of Money or Collaterals, and interest allowed if Money is deposited, and oharged if Collaterals,on suoh terms as may be agreed upon W eharged if Collaterals Travelins Bills or Exchange.?1Travelers will be furnished with drafts in such sums as may be de sired negotiable in the different Cities of the Union. Bills and Lettehsoe Crkpiton Ensland,Ire Land and Europe.? Bills of Exchange and Letters of Credit on England, Ireland and Europe, furnished at the market rate for Exchange, in sums to suit. Bonds, Stoces. Ac.?Bonds, Stocks, and Securi ties paying from b to 12 pr. cent., always for sale, or bought in the different Cities at a commission of a Vf pr. oent. Where Stocks are t>ought upon orders, we reserve the right to oall for a deposit of 10 pr. oent on the oost. Bonds or Stooks will be ordered by tele graph. Kailroad, Citt. and State Bonds.?Railroad, City, and State Bonds oan be placed in our hands for negotiation, either in this oountry or Europe. Rail road Iron puronnsed for oasii or with Bonds. Land Warrants.?Land Warrants bought at the market rates. All Warrants Mold by us are isirss tttd in every respect. Land Warrants looated on oommission. Land Warrant quotations regularly furnished if re peated. Warrants will be forwarded to Western Hoases on orders, or sent for s&le on commission to responsible parties. Real Estate and Insurance*.? Real Estate bought and solc^, and Insurances effected. Claims on Lnited States, Court or Claims, Congress.?Claims on the United States, beforethe Court of Claims or Congress, intrusted to us, will be ?roseouted by prompt and able attorneys. CHUBB BROTHERS, Jan 77 Opposite the Treasury. Banking house or CHUBB BROTHERS. Depositors depositing Bank Notes will pleue mark their Checks payable in currenoy. Deposites of Gold will be paid in Gold. Aeoounts will t>e opened with depositors allowing them to deposit Gold and Check for currenoy, the depositor being credited with the ditf erentie. se2R-tf CHUBB BROTHERS. |NTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITES. MONEY to LOAN on~STOCK SECURITIES CHUBB BROTHERS. BANKERS, ian 27? tf Oppositt tkt Tnaiury, NEW PUBLICATION.?"Historical and Lft* Examination of that part of the Supreme Court's decision in the Dred Scott case which de clares the unoon?titutionality of the Missouri Com promise Act. and the self extension of the Consti tution to Territories, carry <ng slavery along with if" Bt the author of The Thirty Years' View; 00 tavo: David Appleton A Co. New York, 1R57. The above work just issued from the press, for sale at the well known sUnd. corner of street and J'ennsylvmi* avenue. Stereotype edition, beauti ully printed on clean new type, fine white pap<*r and with lx<st black ink. Bound in black cloth and gilt lettered. Done up in a duralle form for permanent use. Price $1. This work is what its title purport* to be, an ex amination of ( what the author deems to l>ei the po litical part ?>1 the Court's opinion, avoiding any no tice of the judical part, which related to the pergonal claims of the pnrti?H on record. It is writeu in a spirit of entire devotion to the institutions of our oountry.and with total abstinence fr<in all party views. The authors own words are: "I write for no party, but forall inen who veneratethewoiksofour ancestors, and who wish to see our Government kept on the foundations on which tliry placed it."(p 1I And it is tttlieved tnat this plc^e has been kept in the work, ai d which is considered, by com petent jn<lges, as the most original and profound of all the authors w? rks, and so treated as to present new views to the oldest reiders. and in fact to ap pear an a new work on a subject supposed to have Deed exhausted. JOS. SHILLINGTON, Bookseller, Odeon Building, oorner st, d 14-tf and Pa.av. Bl No. fi02.1 Y THE PRESIDENT OF. THE UNITED STATES: In pursnanoe of law. I, James Buchanan, Presi dent of the United States of Amenoa, do hereby de cla^e and make known that publio sales will be held st the undermentioned land offices in the State of Alabama, at the periods hereinafter designated, to Wit: At the land office at Ei.ba. commencing on Mon day, the fifth day of April next, for the disposal of the public lands situated within the following named townships. Viz: North of the base lin* ami tmt of the Tnllnhai set mtTtdinn. Fractional township 7. of ranges 8,9, 10, 11,12, 13, 14, IS, lb and 17. Fractional township 6, ol ranges 18, in, 2?, 21, 22, 23, 24 and A. Fractional sections 2f>, 20,27,28 and 30, of fraction al township 6, of ranxe it!. FractioiAl sections 2G, 28 and SO of fractional town ship 6. of raii?;e i7. Fractional section 20 anil the east lialf of fraction al sectiou 28, of fractional township 6, of range 28. l^inds appropriated bv law for the 11st* of schools, military and other purposes, will l.e excluded from the sale. The offering of the alxive lands will he commenced on trie day appointed, and will proceed in the order in which thev are advertised, until the whole shall have been offered .and the sales thu* closed; but the sale shall not tie kept ope* r than lint trr'k*, and do private entry or any of the lands will be ad mitted until after the expiration of the two weeks. Given under iiiv hand, nt the eity of W ashington, this twenty-sixth day of December, anno Donnni one thousand eight hundred and filtf seven. JAMES BF CHAN AN. By the President: Thos.A. Hknobices, Commissioner o| the Geneial Land Olfioe. NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. Every person entitled to the right of pre emption to any of the lands within the townships and parts ol townships almve enumerated is required toestab lish the same tothe satisfaction of the Register and Receiver of the land office at Elba, unJ tnmke pay rnmt Iktrrfoi us suon as prart if uhlt afitr strtnt 1*1. Hotirr, and liefore the day sppointed for tlie oonimerioeinent of the putilic sale or the lands em bracing the tract claimed: otherwise such claim will l?e forfeited. TH<)S.A. HENDRICKS. ConnttiAmoner of the tiener&l UmlOlno*, jail S lawHw HE ADVENTURES OF A CAT. and a fine t^at, too, colored engravings; London, 1857. rhe Adventures of a Bear, and a great Bear, too. OolorsJ engravings; London, 1M7. I he Adventures of a Dog, and a good Dog, too, colored engravings; London 1K57. The Little Pilgrim, by Alfred Crowquil, l>eauti fully illustrated; l*ondon. law. Fairy Gold, translated from the French, many il lustrations: London. 1897. Tales and Fairy Stor.es, translated from the Ger man; London, 1R57. Sax el ford, a storv for the Young, many illustr** tiona: London, li>7. F.da Morion,or School-room Days,many illustra tions: London, l'iS7. With many o'ne new Books, English, French, at d American, for youth* of ail ages. ian 1 FRANy'K TAYLOR. |\JEW MIJS1C received semi weekly : M 11*10 or 11 dered frinn and sent to any part of the country ; Music Bound, Ac , Ac., at our Piano Warerooms, "5 j?"m"< *h . Muoellaneou. INoTICB POR 4HE ^'llsTORATlON OF To market iN thk The grant of land mad* by the act of Congress, approved May 15,1856, to the state of IOWA, toaid in the construction of certain railroads therein men tioned. hanna been ao far adjusted as to authorise the release from withdrawal of the lands herein after descritied, notice tt hereby $t?m that all the vaoant ofered lands heretofore withdrawn from sale or entry along the routes of said railroads whioh lie outside of six milts on each side of the said roads, situated in the under-mentioned townships, which have not l>een selected in virtue of said grant or any other grant made br Congress, or legally olaimed by pre-emption, and which were subject to private entry at the date of withdrawal, will be re stored to private entry on the days and at the plaoes hereinafter specified, at the ordinary minimum of one dollar ana twenty-live oentsanacre. to wit: At the land office at DUBUQUE on Monday, the 15th day of Febuary next, viz: North of the base line and cart of the fifth princi j>al meridian Townships 85, 86. 87. 89, 90 and 91, of range 1. Townships 85.86, 87, 88, and 9?, of range 2. Townships 84,85. 86. and 87, of range 3. Townships 84 anu 35, of rauges 4,5, and 6. Township 84. of range 7. North of the base line and t rest of the fifth prin cipal meridian Townghips 85, 86 87, 89, and 91. of range 1. Townships 85, 86, 87. 89. 9?, 91,92, and 93, of range 2. Townships 85. ?3, R7. 88,90.91,92, and 93, of ranges 3. 4, and 5. Townships 84. SS, 86. 87, 88 , 9ft, 91, 92, and 93. of range 6. Townships as, 86,87, 88,90, 91, 92, and 93, of ranges 7,8.9,1?, if, 12.13 and 14. Townships 85, H6, 87, 8a, 8", 91, 92, and 93, of ranges 15 and 16. Townships 86, 87, 88, 89, 91. 92. and 93, of ranges 17 and 18. At the land office fit FORT DES MOINES on Monda), the 15th day of h ebruary next, viz: North of th? base line and east of the fifth prin cipal meridian Townships 77,79,80,81, 82, and 83, of ranges 1 and 2. Townships 79, 8ft, 81. and 82. of range 3. Townships HI and 82, of ranges 4,5, C, and 7. North of the base linr and urist of the fifth prin cipal mt ridian. Townships 77.80, Hi. 82, mid 83, of range 1. Townships 7f>, 77, TO, 8<>,Bl, 82, and 83, of rangea 2 and 3 Townships 76.77, 80,81,82. and 83, of range 4. Townships 76,77.78. 8", 81, 82, and 83, of ranges 5 and 6. Townships 76,77 78, TO, 81, 82, and 83, of ranges 7 and 8. Townships 76.77, 78. TO, 82. and 83. of range 9. Townships 76.77,78. TO. 8ft, 82. and 83, of range 10. Townships 76. 77, 7H, TO, 81, 82, ami 83, of range* 11, 12, 13,14. I S. and 16. Townships 76,77. 78, TO, 81, 82, 83. and 85, of ranges 17. 18, 19, and rownships 76. 77. 78. 81, S2.83. and 85, of range 21. Townships 76. 77,78. 8ft, 81,82,83, and85,of ranges 22 and 23. Township* 76, 77.79. 80, til. 82,83, and 85, of ranges 24. 25, and 2b. Townships 76,77, TO, 8f?, 81,82. 84and 85. of range27. Tow? ships 76. 77,79, 80, 81,82, 83, e.nd 85. of ranges 23. 29, *?. and 31. I'ownslups 76. 77, 79. 80. 81. 82, and 83, of rnn^e 32. ^Townships 78,77,7a, 8ft, 81,83,83, and 84. of range At the land offioeat CHARITON on Monday,the 15th day of February next, viz: North of the bus* lin^ and irest of the fifth prin cipal meridian. Township 73. of range 1. Townships 72. 73, 74, and 75. of range 2. Townships 6!i. fin, 7!, 72.73, 74. and 75, of range 3. Townships 67.68. fi!?, 71, 72, 73,74. and 75, of rangn 4. Townships l?7, 68, 69, TO. 72. 73, 74, and 75, of ranges 5, 6, and 7. Townships 67. 68, 69. 70. 71,73,74, and 75, of ranges 8,9.10,11. 12, !8, and 14 Townships 67, 68,69, TO, 71, 72,74, and 75, of range 15. Townships 67, 68. 89, 7?, 71,74, and 75, of range 16. Townships 67,68, 69,70, 71, 73, 74, and 75, of rangea 17.18,19, and 20. Townships ff7, 68. 69. 70, 73. 74. and 75, of range 21. Townships 67,68,89, TO, 71. 73. 74, and 75, of ranges 22, 23,24, 25, 2b, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32. and 33. At the land office at FORT DODGE,on Tuesday the 26d day of February next, vis: North of the base line and west of the fifth prin cipal meridian. Townships 86,87, 88,91, and 92. of range 19. Townships 3i, 87. 88, 90, 91, and 92, of rangea 20, 21, 22, and 23. Townships 36, 87, 88, and 90, of range 24. Townships 86. 87. 88. 9J, 91, and 92, of ranges 25, 26. 27, and 2a. Townships 86, 87, and 88, of ranges 29, 30,31,32, and 33. At the land offioe at SIOUX CITY on Tuesday, the 23*1 ol February n?xt, viz: North of the base line and irestof the fifth princi pal meridian Townships 86. 87. and 88, of range 31. Townships 87 and 8ft,?f ranges35 and 37. Townships 86 niid 88. of ranges 38,3B, and 40. Township9l, of range 41. Township 9". of rang* 42. Townships 86, 87, and 8H.of ranges 43, 44, and 45. Township 86.of range 4*. At the Land Office at COUNCIL BLUFFS, on Tuesday, the twenty-third day of February next, viz: North of the base line and irest of the fifth prin cipal meridian. Townships 67. K8.69. T?, 72. 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 79,8ft, 81, 82, 83, and 8i. of range 34. Townships 67, b3,69, 70, 72, 73,74, :5, 76, 77, 80, 81, 82,83. and ?4, of range 35. Townships 68, 64, 70. 72, 73,74,55,76, 77,78, ??, 81, 82. 83. and 84'of range 36. Townships fi7, 01. 69. 70, 73, 74, 75,76, 77,78, 80,81, 32,83.84. and vs, of range 37. Townships 67, 68. 69,TO. 71, 73,74. 75, 76.77,78, 80, SI, 82. 83,84. and 85, of ranee 38. Townships 67.68, 6U,70,7i, 73, 74 , 75,76,77,78,33, 84. and 85, of rsngn 39 _ Townships ?I7. ?H. 69, 70, 71. 73,74, 76, 76, 77,79,80,81, 82. 83. 84 and 85, of range 4ft. Townships 67.68, b9, 70, 71, 73, 74, 75, 7<i, 78, TO, 80, 81, and 82. of range 41. Townships 67,68, *9. 70,71.73,74,75,77, 78. TO, 80, 81, and 82, of range 42. Townships 07, t>8, 71, 73, 76, 77, 78,79, 80, 81, 82, and 83; of range 43. Townships 68.73.TO. 80,81.82. and 85. of range 44 Townships TO, 8<'. 81. 82, and 65, of range 15. Township H.5. of range 46. Given under my hand, at the cit* of Washington, this t wenty-fourth day of December, anno Jyoimni one thousand eight hundred and fifty seven. THOS. A. HKNDRICKS, i omnussioner of the General Land Oftoe. a 2R-law*w UrILDMAX'S LAW OF SEARCH, CA1' ture, and rrize. 1 volume, London. I hornpson's Laws of War, affecting shipping and commerce, I volume, l,ondon. Hosaok on the Rights of Neutrals, 1 volume, Lon don. flopping Laws, by Mr. Sergeant Atkinson, 1 vol ume. London. Marten's Law of Nations, translated by Win. Cob bett, I volume, London. Law of Nations, by Poison and Home, 1 volume. London. Tuson's British Consul's Manual, 1 volume, Lon don. Lynn's British Consul's Hand Book, 1 volume. London. Green on Consular Servioe, (pamphlet) London, fir James Mackintoshfon the Law of Nations, (pamphlet) Lond n. II ens haw's Manual for United States Consuls. Regulations for United States Consuls, 1 volume, TO# Phi 11 more on International Uw, 1 volume, 8vo. \\ ildrnan s International Law, 2 volumes, 8vo.. London. Wheaton's International Law. 1 volume. Elliott s Diplomatic Code, 2 volumes, 8vo. Ktudes? Diplomatique, par la Vicomte de Bonne val, 1 volume, Paris. De Clercq et Vallet?Guide des Consulats, 1 vol ume, Paris. Combes?Diplomatique Europeenne, 1 volume, a AM8? Gasse et Janets? Munuel des Juges de Com merce, I volume, Paris. \\ heston?Histoirede Droit des gens, 3 volumes, l.eipzie De Mensoh?Maiiuel Pratique du Consulat.l vol ume, Leipatio. Martens?limde Diplomatique, 2 volumes, Leip zie. v Martens?Causes Celebres du Droit des gens, 2 volumes. l.fiDzic. Martens--NouvellesCausesCelebresdu Droitdes wtns, 2 volumes, l.eipzie. ? DeCusay ?Phases et Causes Celebres du Droit des liena. 2 volumes, Leipzir. ri^'?r''U Agents Consulates, I volume, Pa De Cu?sy? Dictionaire du Diplomate. w franck Taylor. I INITED ST A TEH PATENT OFFICE, 1 ' Washington, January 8th. 1858. On the petition of Chas. Goodyear, late of Rox l?ur>, Conn , praying for the extension ol a patent grai.ted to him ou the 9th of March, IH44, for an iisr provement in "India KnM.er Fabnea" for seven year* rroni the expiia ion of said patent, which takes place on rim 9fh tiny of .March, It is ordered, that the said petition I* heard at the .mnl f*"}ce "" Monday, the 8th of March next, at 12 o clock, ni.; and all persous are notified to ap pear and show muse, if any they have, why said pe fif ion on?lit not to l#e itrAnfetl. Persons opposing the extension are required to hie in Mm Parent Office their objections, specially set forth in writing, at least twenty days !>ef<,re the day of bearing; all testimony hied liy either party to l,?> used at the said hearing must be taken and transmit ted in accordance with the rules of the office, whlHi will l>e furnished on application. The testimouv in the case will be oloaed on the 22d or h ebruary; depositions and other papers relud upon as tent iiiioii) must be filed 111 the office on or be fore the morning ol ||,at day; the arguments, if any. within live days thereafter. Ordered, also, that this notioe be published in the Evening Star, H ashiugton. D. C.; and Daily News. New ?ork, onoe a week for three successive weeks previous to the 8tij ol Maich nest, the day ol hearing. JOSEPH HOLT. Commissioner of Patents. P. S. Editors of the abov<* papera will please oopy, and send their bills to th* I atent Offioe.with a paper nonlaminr t Hi* notioe. jAn n.|aw-Sw CM*.1'1*?. MACKAY.-8.nvs for Musio* by Charles Mackaj, '25 cents. Ballads and Lyrioal Poems; by Charles Maokay, 85 o^nts* The Halamandrine; by Charles Mackay, 25 cents. Legends of the Isles; by Cnsrles Mackay. 2.5 cents. Voices from the Crtwd; Charles Maokay, 25 cents. Voioes from the Mountains, by Charles Mackay 25 o*iits. The Lump of Gold; b? Charles M?okay, 25 cents Under Green Leave,: by Charles Mackay,25 cents. Poetical Works: b> Charles Mackay, antique mo rocco, f2 7.5. For saie at TAYLOR A MAURY'S jan 2 tf Bookstore, near 9th street. Mince meati-mince meat We have a supply of Domestio Minoe Meat whioh oannot be surpassed. KINO A BURCHELL, d & corner 15th street and Vermont avenue. 1 Trarsleri' ttirvotorj. lVJKW YORK AND JjIVER POOL 9NJTMD STATES MAIL STEAMERS. Th4 Skirt towt.rotint tkit Ltnt an .* Tie ATLANTIC C?pt. Oliver EJdndrt. he BALTIC... .~.^apt. Joseph Comatock he ADRIATIC , Capt. James Wnt, These ships having t*een built bj oon tract expressly for Government service, every care has beer takes in their construction, u aim in their engine*, to in sure strength and speed, and tnetr accommodations for passcnf era are unequalled for eieganoe and oom fort. The steamers of this line have improved water tight compartments, and 110 expense lin* l>een spared to make them nil as good a* new, the thorough exam ination given them proves their inooe of contti no tion yet unequalled. Prioeot passage Irom New York to Liverpool, in Irst oabin,#13?; in scoond do., ?75; From Liver pool to New York, 3n and 2? guineas. An ezperi perienced Surgeon attached to eaoh ship. No berths can be seoure*, until paid for. PROPOSED DATES OF SAILING. FROM I.I V *R POOL. Wednesday, Fel> 3.. .1MB Wednesday, M'oh 3 185? Wednesday, M'ch 3. .185* Wednesday, April 2S.1AM Wednesday, May 12. IKW Wednesday, May 26. li** ..... . . - t ISM Wednesday! July VI . .18. 8 Wednesday, Aug. 4 la- 8 Wednesday, ^pi. I 185n Wednesday , Sept. KS. 1 HiK Wednesday, Sept. S9.1HM Wednesday, Oct. 13 185.8 Wednesday, Oct. 27. .1858 Wednesday, Nov. 10.IBM Wednesday, Nov. 34.185K Wednesda*, Dec. H 18'u Wednesday, Dec. 22.IBM PKOM !?W TORE. Saturday, Jan. 16 1858 Saturday, Feb. 13 18.58 Saturday, March 13 I8j8 Saturday, A pr I l? 18^

Saturday, A i>ru 24 1U58 Saturday, May 8 IK5H, v* vuaicr*?i??j ? m raj wo .??< Saturday, Ma? 22 Ik58 Wednesday, June 9 .18.1 Saturda), Junes ?1&58 Wednesday, June iS.ia Saturday, June 19 .. I.v'-Hl Wednesday, July 7.. ,l&5 kl > . I .. I _ >) lAff. nr _ j J m ? .. ? ? ?. Saturday, July 3..?.18,t8 Saturday, July 17 IH.> Saturday, Aug. 14 \?x. Saturday, Aug. 28 1858 Saturday, Sept. II ...Iu58 Saturday, Sept. 25 .. 185M Saturday , Oct. 9 ... 1858 Saturday, Oct. S3 18W Saturday, Nov. 6 1858 Saturday, Nov. *?? le.-?rt Saturday, Dec,4 18i? Eor freight or passage, apply to DWAKD K. COLLINS. No. 66, Wall street, New Yorg. BROW N.SHIPLEY A CO., Liverpool. B. G. WAlNWHItiHTA CO., Fans. The owners of these ships will not he aooountable for gold, silver, bullion, specie, jewelry, precious stones or metals, unless bills of lading are signed therefor and the value thereof expressed therein, d 16 W A>HING'i*ON BRANCH KAI1<K<IA1<. TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS: From WrASHINGTON at 6 a. m., oonneotmg at Relay with trams for the West, and at Baltimore with those for Philadelphia and New York;at 8.S<' a. m.. for Annapolis, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New York ; at s p. m. for Baltimore and Norfolk and at Relay with Frederick train. EXPRESS at 4.2f? p. iii. at Kelay for the West, and for Auuapolis, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New York. On Sunday at 4.?i p. m. From BALTIMORE for WASHINGTON at 4.15 and 9.15 a. in., 3 and 5.15 p. in. Ou Sunday at 4.15 a. in. je 12-lf T. H. PARSONS.Agent. ( JRAN6EAND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD ?R EAT SOUTHERN MAIL LINE 'Snrdaj nights excepted.) betweoi WASHINGTON CITS' and the aOl/TH. vis iCiV?N^)ANDKIA, GORDONSVILLE A.ND RICH Leaves Washington at 6 o'clock a. m. Washington at 7 o'olock pm. For LYNCHBURG and the SOUTH WEST. ? v^y.eum?5l"n*,on at a.'m.. arrive in ?Tl t ? next morning at 4 a. m., connecting with the trains on the Virginia ai>d Tennessee Rail Road for MEMPHIS. Mail Stage* from Char ottesville to Lynchburg a distance ofrtn miles. rare from Washington to Lynchburg, $7.75. The steamer GEORGE PAGE, foot of Seventh street, Ijemg owned by the Railroad Company, runs in connection with the trams. Tickets for Lynchburg prooured on the Boat. IL/ (wnnibusesand Baggage Wagons will beatthe Depot of the Washington Railroad, to o?nvey pas sengers and l>aggage to the St earn lM>at, for Alexan dria, a distance oi six miles, allowing ample time for meals. , . JAMES A.EVANS. Agent. Alexandria, July, 1857. j? a tf J^EW AND IMPORTANT SCHEDULE. FOR ALL PARTS OF THE TVEST. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. The recent extensionand improvement of its lead ing connecting lines at the West has required an en tire revision ?>f the running arrangements ofthis road by which highly important advantages to the trav eler are secured. On and afW MONDAY, June 15, 1857, THREE DAILY TRAINS will Le run in r>oth directions for through passengers. t irst-The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN starts from Camden station, Baltimore,at 7 A.M..(except puuday,i stop* at way stations and arrives at Cum berland at 4 P. M. Second?The .MAIL TRAIN starts (Sunday ex cepted) at 83(i A. M.. and arrives at Wheeling at 4 2t> A. M., connecting at Benwood with Central Ohio trains for Coiumbus. Cincinnati. Indianapolis, Lou isvule, Chicago, St. Louis, Ac., ami ?t uuiie plnoe with trains for Cleveland, Toledo, Detroit, Ac.. by Cleveland Road, and also at Parkersburg with Ma rietta Road. LOUIS and CINCINNATI EX I RESS TRAIN leaves daily at P. M., con necting at R??n wood at 9 A. M with expra^s trains Irom Bellaire to Cincinnati, (iriiAost Thaute of Cart at Columbus,) and reaching there in but 25 hours Irom Baltimore and 26 hours from Washing ?1i. i aiso connects directly, in l>oth directions, at Grafton with oars by Parkersburg and Marietta roads for Chillicothe, Cincinnati, eto. These trnint oonneot at Xema l??r Indianapolis, Chicago and St. Louis, and at Cincinnati with the Great Ohio and bMississippi Express for Louisville, t'airo and St. ouis through to St. Louis mlessthan 42 hours from altimore. By this train the time U> all the central and southern places in the West is much less, while the atstnnce is from 4" to WO miles shorter than by the shortest of other routes. From the West these oonnecHons are equally olose and satisfactory, ar riving at Baltimore at 8.?i A. M. !?/"? Baggage checked through to all points. THROUGH TICKETS sold at Inwsit rates ai Camden Station and at Washington. D. C. Passengers from Baltimore or \\ asiiington ma j view the entire road by daylitht, by taking morn ing trains, and ljing over at Cumberland or Oak land, and resuming sext morning by Wheeling Ao oommodation train, leaving Cumberland at 8 and Oakland at IO.50. If AY PASSENGERS. rneCninl?erland Accomm'>dation Train at 7 A.M. will stop at all Stations east of Cuml>erland, and the \\ heeling Accommodation at all Stations beyond Cumberland going West. Eastward!*, the Mail Train leaves \N heelir.g at 8.an a. M.,and Accommo ? c2J? dVi" Cum^land at 9, reaching Baltimore nl b 3<l P. Me nBAN7HE?J*ORT,?nXK8T??LN VIRGINIA BR A.NCH, between Gralli>n and Parkersburg, wa? ssrthe Kxpre,a ^ The FREDERICK TRAIN starts at 4 P. M., stopping at w.ay stations. Leaves Frederick at 9.14 A. M., arriving at Baltimore 12 noon. AllLLTRAIN leaves at 5.45 ? m". it u i'1'' I.eaves Ellicott's Mill* at 7 A.M. and 7 P. AI., except Sunday. FOR WASHINGTON AND THE SOUTH. Leave Baltimore for Washington at 4.15 and 9J4 A'JVw ?na? I ? On Sundays at 4.15 A. M.. and 5.15 P. M, only. Leave Washington for Baltimore at 6 and 8Ji? A. f*2" ' "Sundays at 7 A.M., and 4f. 1*1. only, The first and fourth trains from Baltimore, and the second and fourth trains from Washington, will be express mail trains, stopping only at Washington Junction and Annapolis Junction. The 9.15 and 5.15 tram* from Baltimore and the B.JJn anu 4 20 trains Irom W ashingiou oonneot wit4i the trains Troin Annapolis. '"^rmation, fare, Ac., apply to J.T. ?? . 1', A<PH.at the Picket r.rtioe, CamJeb 8. !2U?V ?. WM. S. WOODS)DE, Jr l? tf Master of Tiansportetion. Baltnnore. r|^dE PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COM i AIM V ? ? ? t 'J'5 ^"amahip* of ilns Coiiipsny, carrying |Ll,,ll^L,S'V?a ,V1?llh lur AOA I'D I.O. e-rtf t-ALIh OR N I A, and OR EGON. leaves Phnamatwive eitoh month, on the am valid the United States Mail s. s. ('...npni, s steam ers, which leave New Orleans nnd New York recu i' A'b and ioth o| each month with the mails. connecting via PANAMA RAIL RUA I)". These steeinships have t?een inspected and ap proved by the Navy Department, a>i<l guaianty synJ and saJ*tv. I he Paiiama Kailroa.1 (47 miles Ion* I is now com filete.d from oeean to ocitan, and is oros?eii in 3or4 lours. I tie Ui^K't^eo| passengers is checked id New * ork through to San f rancisco, ami prissengers are enitiAik*:<l at r itnium l?> 8t?*nmt*r Hit? ponipinT'ri expense. The money paid 111 New \ ork covers all expenses of the trip. Reserve steamers are kert 111 port in Panama and San r ranciseo. to pie\ ent detention in oa?e of acoi ?lent, ho th.tt the mute is entir<?lf lelnibU -no faiI Uie haviug occurred in eight years. Passengeis leave Panama the s.aine day the* ar rive at Aspmwall. ' CoudMctois go through by each steamer, and take oharge of women and children without other nrotec tors. For through tickets at the lowest iates apply at the agency, 177 Wenteireet, New York.to I. W . R A \ MO.ND.?or to ARMSTRONG, HARRIS A CO., if ? tf C. L. BARTLET1\ m IJNITED STATES MAIL LINE ONLY RF.UVLAR LINK 4HD WITHOUT VAILVRK FOK RlSHT TKASS, FOB CALIFORNIA AND OREGON VIA PANAMA RAILROAD. Rttulur Smiling Day*, 5t4 f?th if *ack metal*. Caution.?So many frauds and imposi tions of various kinds have been lately perpetrated on travellers Isiund to C A LI '? FORNIA.that the subscrilter. the only authorised Agent for passage bv the U. S. Mail Line, via Pana ma, in the eity of New York, feels it his duty to cautiou all persons seeking passage to California, that, to avoiu imposition, they must be oareful to find the true office of the Steamships of the U. S. Mail Line, via Panama Railroad, ss no other ofliae in New York is authorized to encage passage. The Companies have only one office in New York, which is at 177 Weststreet.oornerof Warren street, fronting on the North River, at the head of the Com pany's Wharf. -1&- 0?~~. ?T MM- NnVM. Mediomw. THt, bK? ATKST . Mr. ItimiiT,of Foxbarj, kudl#corprwl !**? of ovr sommoD yutirt *?ed? I remwr oar** BVI&T KIND or HVMOR, froai , _T*i v#ril Stri^iit tfova if ? if# ha* triod it in over eleven hundred case*, and never failed except in two ouet, both rhunder H? mor. He has now in hi? possession oyer one hundred certificate* of it* value, all within twenty mile# of Bootoa. __ _ Two bottiee are warranted to eire a namnc port Month. . . One to three bottle* will care the worat kind of Pimpiea on the Fao*. Two or three bottles will clear the system of Bile*. Two bottle* are warranted to cur* tho worst Canker in the Month and Stomaoh. Three to five hottiea ar* warranted to care the worat kind of Erysipe'aa. One or two lamiea are warranted to oar* all H* inor in the Eyea. Two tattle* are warranted to cure Running of th* Kara and Blotches anion* the Hair. Four to aix bottles are warranted to oure oorrupt and running lUcera. One bottle will cur# Scaly Eruption* of the Skta. Two or three t>ottlea are warranted to oure th* worat kind of Riugworm. Two or three hottiea are warranted to care th* moat moat desperate case of Rheumatism. Three to four bottles are warranted to cure Sall rheum. Five to eight bottles will oure the worat cat* of Scrofula. A benefit is always experienced from the firat bot tle, aiid a perfect ouie is warranted when the above quantity la taken. Nothing looka ao improbable to those who hav* In vain tried all the wonderful medicines of the day, aa that a oonifii< n weed growing on the pastures, and along o.d atone wails, should wureevery humor in the system; yet it la a hxeJ fact. If you nave a humor, it has to start. There are no IFS nor AN DS, hnma nor ha's about it suiting aome cases, butinot youra. I peddled over a thousand bottle* of it in the vioimty of lioaton. 1 know the elfeots of it in every oaae. It haa already done aome of the greatest curea ever done in Maa&achusetta. I rive it to ohildren a year old, to oid ceopie of sixty. I have aeen poor, puny, wormy looking ohildren, wlioae flesh waa aofi and flabby, reatored to a perfect atate of health bv on* bcttle To thoae who ar* auhfeot to a sick headaohe, one bottle will always oure it. It give* great relief to catarrh ax.-t dizziness. Soine who have taken it had been costive for year*. and have been regulated \ty it. Wnere the Intdy la Bound it worka quite eaay, but where there u any derangement of the function* of nature, it will oauae very singular feelings, bat von inuat not be alarmed; the* aiwaya disappear in from four daya to a week. There la never a tad re ault from it; on the oontrary. when that feeling is pone, you will feel yourself like a new peraon. I heard aome of the most extravag ant encomiums of it that ever man listened to. In un own practice I aiwaya kept it striotly for hu mors?bill since us introduction aa a general family medicine, great and wonderful virtuea have l?een found in it that I never silt peeled. Several ca.sesof epileptic bis?adiseaae which wa alwa*3 considered inourahie, have be. n oured by u few ftottles. O, what a mercy if it will prove effec tual hi all oases o|" that awful malady?there axe but few who have seen mow of it than I have. I know of several cases of Dropsy, ail of them aged reoplc cured fiy it. For the various disease* of tie .iver, Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Fever and Acne, Pain :n the Side, Diseases of the Spine, and particularly in Dise&tes of the Kidneya, & o., the discovery haa dune more good than any medicine ever known. No change of diet ever neoeasary?eat the beat yon ecu gvt and enough of it. Dirertion% fur Vit.?Adult* one table apoonful per da*?children over ten yenra dessert spoonful? ohildren from five to eight years, tea spoonful. As no directions can be applicable to all constitutions, take sufficient to operate ou the l>owels twice a day. M*jnr*niKKn sy DONALD KKNNKDV. No. 120 Warrtn Strut, Rozbury, Masmtkmnttt. Agents for Washington.?Chaa. Stott k. Co., Z. Gilman. Kiilwell A Lawrence, J. B. Gardner, Burry A Co.. i>. Walsh A Co.. F. *. Walsh, J. P. Stone. {rlartin King, Nairn A Palmer, Sohwartx A Co., O Joaweli, Daniel B.Clark, J. P. Milburn, Dunfar Dyaon, Ford A Bro. Agenta for Georgetown.?R. S. Cisaell. O M l.entham. J. L. Kidwell. my 5-lj A V ft ft ? ? Cathartic Fills, (SUGAR COATED? > The following reinediea are of fered to the publics* the beat,most W perfect, which medioal science oan afford. AVERTS CATHARTIC I'lILS have been prepared with the utmost *kill winch the medi cai profeeaion of tins age possesses,and their elfecta show they iiave virtues which surpass an> combi nation of medicine* hitherto known. Other prepa rations do more or less good ; but this cuies suck dangerous complaints. eo quick anil sosurelt.as to prove an eflicsc) and a power to uproot disease l>e *ond .it:) Hung win^h menIwrt kSMTBhefctS. By removing the olictructionsof the internal orcaus and stimulating them into healthy action, the* renovate tiie fountains of life and visor,?health course* anew through the body, and the sick man i? well again. The) are adapted to dise.-i?e, and disease only, for when taken by one in health the) produce but little effect. This is the perfect ion of medicine. It is antagonistic to disease, and no more. Tender children may take them with iiityunity. If they are sick they will cure them, if they are well they will do them no harm. Give them to aome patient who baa f?een pros trated with bilious complaint; set Ins t>eut-up, tot ferine form atrnij?hfen ? ith strength again ; me hia long-lost appetite return: see his ciainmy feature* blossom into health. (>ive them to aome sutterer whose foul bliNid has burst out in scrofula till hi* skin i* covered with sorr* ; who stsnd*. or *ita, or lies in anguish. He iiaa l>eeu drenc'ied inside and out with every potion which ineeniiity c<Wild sug gest. Give him these Pills, and mark theeflect; see the scabs fall from lit* l?ody ; aee the new. fair skin that has grown under them: aee the late leper that is clean. Give them to him whoae arcerv humors have panted rheumatism in Ins joint* and iKinea; move him. and he acrenche* with pun*; he too has l*?rn soaked through every muscle of his body with liniments and salves; give hun these Pills to purify his blond; the> iiia> not cure him. for. alas ! there are ee.ses which no mortal power can reach ; but mark, he waiks with crutches now. and uow he wa kit alone; they have cured him. Give them to the lean, aour. haggard dyspeptic, whoae gnawing stomach has long ago eaten ever) siiii e from his face and every muscle from his l?>dy. See his api-etite return, and with it hi* healtn: see the new man. See her that was radiant with health and lovelmes* b asfed and too early w if neriue awa% ; want of exercise or mental anguish, or aome lurkinc disease, has deranced the internal organ* of dires tion. assi'inla; ion or secret toil .ti!l the* do their ??ftice ill. fler I IimmI i* vitiated, her liea tli la gone. Give her these I'm.i s to stimulate the vital principle into renewed vigor, to cast out the obatrucrioiia. and in fusea u^tr vitality into the Mood. Now look again ?the ro*e*' blossom on her cheek, and where latei* sonow sat. joy bursts from every feature. Seethe *wect infant wasted with worm*. Its wan. sickly ieature* tel you without disguise, and painfully dis tinct. that thry are eating ifa life away. Its pinched up nose and eara, and restless sleeping*, fell the dreadTuI truth in languate winch every mother knows <>ive it the Pills in large doses to sweep these vile paraMtes from tiie l<ody. Now turn again and see the ruddy bloom ?Tchildhood. Is it nothing to do the*e things? Nay. are the* not the marvel of this age? And yet tiiey are done around you evety dav. Have you the lesa serious ay mptoma of these dis tempers, they are the easier cured. Jaundice Co* tiveneas. Headache, Sidcaclie. Henrtburn. Foul Stomach. Nausea, Kain in the Bowels, Flatulency, Loss of Appetite, King's Kvil, Nen.algia, ?iout.and kindred eompiatnts all arise from the derancementa winch these I'ills rapidly cure. Take them perse veringly, and under the counsel ?if a gm<d Physician if you can; if not, take them judiciously by auch advice as we 11ve you, and the diatressinc. danger ous d.scases they cure, which afflict ao many mil lions of the tuinan lace, are cast out like the devila of old?they must burrow in the brutes and in the sea. Pri<*?25 cent* per box?.5 boxes for *1. Z. D, Gil.MAN, Washington; and by H. COOK & CO.. Alexandria, and all dealers in Medicine everywhere. _ d 9-4m PRIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE OH Tit* PHISIOLOG1CAL VIEW OF MARRIAGE, By M. B. !.* CROI X. M. D.. Alhacy, N. Y. psien and ll** lire Plain and Colored Lithograph* and Plate*. irr PRICE ON LY 26 CENTS.^Ml |[??i*i frtt of r e. tmt* io till parfj of tit 9ni?a. Dr. M. B. 1a Oroil'i Phyeioloiioai V,ew of Mar tiaco. 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Muoei>D?ou*. 5 J 4 PEV KNTHgf: WT ^ Ofloe Second SUwy. three doors from C?B Fitwwi' Hall. Spectacles aud G iasaes salted to ttrj aigkt; Opera. Reading, and Watohmakei'a Glasses: Telescopes. Mloroscopes in^T?^v2J% great variety ; CntmorMnir Stfr?i>toi<f?? with nxvi of supernw and choice pictureson band. Se* adver tisement in National Intel,lgenoer. TESTIMONIALS. _ Nttirou.^twihtrTIIM. Si*: The Spectacle* )<>u iiih>!f for me suit me reri well. ?nd wm to have improved my s.ght more than any other I have Intel* tried. I ?ITT. W. TAZBWKLL I hare tried a pair of Speotat.les obtained from Mr. Tobias, and hnd them o| greet assistance to mr Sight. ai:<1 corresponding with hia description of their fooua. I recommend h.m as a Kktilfw: optician. HKNRY A. WJSK. PeTKR?arae. October 21, ins*. About fire yaars afo, i obtained from Mr. Tisbiae. in Washington, a pair of for the spectacle* win<>h I used. arid lound them of (treat assistance fr? my deta* in* VirM* ; ami my opinion of him *s. that he m skillful Iti the preparation o| Glasses for ere# not Um far gone to Ue iieuehttcd try an Ah aid. J. P. MAV. LvjrritscRe. Novemlier T, ISM. Frt m an examination of Mr, Tobias' Glasses. and from hia observations am! remarks, am convinced that he is a skillful optician. J. J. HLACMFORD. M. D. , I.TM HRtra, November I', IdSi. Mr. John Tol.iaa. having furnished me with Glaa aea, l.y which I have l?een greatly aided.imy *tai'-n having autfered rreatly from nading at night in my earlier life,I it affords me the highest p es?sre to aay that I consider linn a skillful practical optician, aud well prepared to aid those who ma* need hM professional service*. WM. H. R<H ZIK, Klder ot the Methodist Conference. \\ ir xixgtos, N. C.. June IT, l*M. Ml. J. Tobias?l)rnr Sir : I am happy to aay thaf the Spectacles which I obtained froin you laat week ar- entirely satislaciory . ?? r<?tn an inequality in U?w visual range of my eyes. I have heretofore found (treat difficulty in getting gissses of the proper focaldis tances. It aliord* me pleasure to state. that l?y tha aid ol y our optometer this difficulty has lieen happily obviated, so that the Glasses y?.u furnished me are decidedly the liest adapted to iny eyeaof any I bar* ever *et used. Very respectfully ronrs, R. B. DRANK. Kectorof St. Jainea' I'ariah. Having heei induced by a frwnd to visit the estab lishment of Mr. Tobias Inr the purpose of trying his glasses I was furnished with a pair slightly oo.ored Rlue.,whice have afforded me mors relief and rratifi - nation than any I tiave ever tried. My sight, origin al:* very good, was injured t>y writing* ml reading at night. frequently to a very late hour: hut with tha aid of these clasps I can study almost as isle as ever, and that too without the pm'n I h->ve previous ly snflercd. JOHN WILSON, I Ate Commissioneer Gen'l Land Office. Dec. 11. IfiSS. I have used Mr. Tobias's Spectacles for three or four months,and take great p easurs in saying that I am much pleased with them. I have l>een rnncb benefited b* thein. GKO. P.SCARBLRGH. May Mh. IHVB. I was recommended to Mr. John Tobias as a skilful optician : and as I have e*ea of remarkable peculiari ty, I was gratified to find that Mr. 'Jobias seamed to comprehend them by inspection aud some alight measurement, and he has made me a pair of Specta cle that suits me admirably. A. r. HI TLfcR. July II, 1856. \VA?m*?To*, A tif. I, itw. Having been (or years under the necessity of hav two sets of classes?one lor use in daylight, urn! one for lamp-light?I procured ont- set from Mr. 'fofc-aa which answered ls?th purposes. I have used i.ta l??f several months, and find ttiem excellent. KUVVA K l? STTBRS. Of Department of Star#. ? Mr. J. To*las. Sir: The pair of Spectac'en vow furnished mc yesterday are particularly satisfactory to me. Tliey are very decidedly the beat I possess, an* I am the owner of eight or nine pairs, carefully selected in different plaoea and 'from opticians rec ommended to me on account of their professional ?tanding in Franee. Kngiand.and the United States, i have been a so pleased wirti sour remarks and <t< rections on the treatmert of the erea, for the pur pose of preserving and improving the sight Respectfully jonra. CHS. CAI.DWELly rrofeesor of M. C.. Louievilia, Ky. UROOKLVN ORTHOfAkPtr ln?TiTrrioii, April, ISM. After moat careful examination of Mr. J. Tobias's Glasses, 1 am enabled to testify that their hardness, clearness, polishing, and exact optical shape rander them particuarly reoom mends hie to those whose merely optical impairment of the etea are in want of anoli auxiliaries. I consider, moreover, Mr. Tobiaa full* qualified to determine the focuaol the eye,both by hia optical knowledge and exper.enoe, and bp meeusoi tier. In addition. I can further state th.'it Mr. I'obiaa has suppled some of my pa tiAiits a i'.Ii Ciaasos, to their and m> satisfaction l.KWIS HA( K.R. M. D.. Physician and Surreon. Uerlin: Meml>er of tha Royal College ot Surgeons. Knciand; Meml>sr of the Medired S??ciety of l^ntlon.and of IM 1'athological Society of Nea York; late Sur geon of the Koyal Mrfhopaedio Institution of Vanohester. l-.ug'and, end Surgeouof '*ie H. O. iDstitattou. NoMULt, Va.. July 57, ISM. Ill the experience of ev?n two ye*rs. I hare fouM? great difficulty in obtaining Spec'scies that aere ex actly adapted to the weaknesK ol m* sight. Tnis in convenience Mr. Tobias seems t?i have removed for the present by the subEtit>ttioii for me of better ana more suitable Glasses. They are clear, chrystal-lika and comfortable to my eyes. I would commend him to those who from age or other infirmit* require ar tificial aid in this w? i. J.J. SIMkriNS, M. D. WtLMtsst?*. N. C., June 16. I8M. To persons vim have had the sight of their eyes so impaired ax to require the use ot Glasses, I wouid reoommend Mr. John Tobias as a suitable person from whom to obtain such (ilasses as the* may re ?|Uire as he has suite,I me witrh a pair of Spectacle* or a f:ir and near sight. \l? tight l.i? l*e? impaired very much b? a service of years in the Post Ofto* Department, which bertfc required metol* on dn'.p from II o'clock at night till after day. during wln?n time I u?ed but one light, W. A. WAI.KkR. Dkpartwejit or I??tkriok. May ?. I?^s. Fmm natural defects and the unequal reuse ol my eyes, I have l*-en o<impelled to use r .asses b?r seve ral years. I have tried different opticians without obtaining glasses perfectly fitted to my eyea. Four months since Mr. Tobias made two pairs especially for me, which I have found to serve me perfectly . By the use of hia optometer he is enabled to adapt r;lasses most minutely to the e*e. I most ot?eerft! y recommend Mr. Tobias to a I havir g occn?<on ?o urc t.asses, and bear my testuuon* as to Ins skill as an optician. HKNR \ K. BAI.DWIN. ae 2*> Aaa't Scc'y to sign l^nd \N arraeta, PR'?GR F.SS IN THF. FINK ARTS. P A irSTll*a ANI? PlUlToePAPHT Gombiro. P HO TO e R A P liTc PORThAITS In < ?il Colors, on Canvas, Miwiatcbb or Size or Ltr*. i?. waTker-s I'OKTKAIT ASlt PiCTVUE GAl.LEFT. rou Hall.ef>rn?r4/S st.nnd Pennsylvanaavenue, I. WALKKR has fitted up the at?>ve spacious apartmer.ts at aver* : outlr.y of capital, theretry rendering his establishment one of the most c<>pi plete snd handsome in the whole country. He b? ?? a large Gallery (or frer f Tktvittrn of upward of **> hue Oil Paintings, by some of the lieat nncicnt and modern masters, to which he intends to aad fresh importations. S. Wai.kkk has also fitted np a com plete suit of rooms, with private robing apartments for ladies, and purchased the finest possible instru ments. and engaged a first clsss operative artist to assist lum in the department lor taking all kinds of PHOTOGRAPHIC. A.MHROTVPh AND DA GUF.RRKOTYPF. PO K THAI TS, from th? tntmitiiure re ttzr of It ff. S. W'ALggR.by oombining the Photoyraphio Pro oesa with the art of Painting, of which he has had 2S years' experience and whose specimens of life site portraits may be seen in some of the first fami - lies of the city, as well as those exhibited in his Gallery, ke will lie able, by the combination of the two, to produce portraits that have never t?en ex oelled for their fidelity and life like expression. Can vas and tioards prepared by himself expressly for the purpose. Particular attention paid to the peuntinc of Pot traits. Miniature or life-site, from sma^l pictures of dtcri std fr::nd*. Photographs taken from corpses, or riok persons la*rii a-" their own residences, on immediate notice. Committee* and classes taken in an? number in rroupa.aiut any quantity of ooptes from tne same sold at reasonable obarges. I.ikeiieesesjp&inted on Copper for Tomb Stones. Valuable < ?il Paintings, and Old Family Portraits, carefully Lack lined ar.d restored to their original freshness. Ladies ?ud gentlemen are respeotfnlly solicited to call at the Gallery. over Shillin^ton's !*?ok store? entrauoe4H street, two doora from Peunsrlvania irnia Iv it 4s> I ?IND<?.\ Jt VF.VII.F. HOUKS. 1 * liana Anderson's I'aics and Fairy Stories, Louis's School Days, Sanford and Meiton, Fvemngs at Home, F.dgar Clifton, or Hiebt and Wrong. Fsperanza. or the H<>meo| the \Vanderers, <>riiMNi's Home Stories. The Castaways, or Advertfures in Afrioa, Saxellord,a Story lor the Young, Kvery Boy's B<>ok, Fairy Taiea t?l the I'oimtess D'Aulnor, Arabian Nirhts. Rolnnson Crusoe. Just received by ? I? FkA.Nl K TAYMH. 11 NITKD STATF.S PATF.NT ?H'FK'K, WashiSiUoSI, Jinuar* 12th. IKW. Unthe petition ol Joseph Fa'oii, administrator of t e estate of ("hail's F. Pain.dereased. of inslow Maine, pr*i>iiiK l??i Ihe extension of s patent granted to the said Charles K. I*aine loran nnpnive ment in "hiy piess?-s " lor seven *eir? from the expiiatum of said patent, which l.tkes place on the 2 ?tli day ol A pril. IK'K. It is ordered thst the said petition lie heard at the Patent Office osi Moarfa*. ihe l?'th of April, at 12 o'clock, mi : aud all peraoua are notified to ap penr and show cause, il any thet have, wli> said pe tition ought not to be rraiiled. Persons oppAnms Hie extension sre required to hie in the Patent dltue I heir object nmk specially set forth in wnling.al l??a?f t*>nt? da?s iielore the day of heaiuig:all leatniMUiy tile?l l?y eithsr paity to lie iiiM-d at Ho* -ai.l hoanug must tie taken and trans milted in accordance with Ihe rules oftheOffica, which m ill be furnished <.n application. The testimony in the mse will lie closed on the 3d of April: depositions and other papers rflied upon as testimony must tie filed iu the office on or liefore the morning of that da*; the arguments, il an* . within ten day a thereafter. Ordered, slso, that this notice lie published in the Cnion, Washington, D. C .sod Poat. Boston. Ms* aschuaetts. once a week fo three successive weeks previous to ttou IHh ol %rrd next, ihe <ta* of hi ar mg. J.HOLI'. Cam?u<tiosrrn( Pa.ci.ts. P. S. Kditors of the alxivc papers' w.li pr asr c< i j , and scud their bills to the Pitrul flffice.wittis paper coutauiing this notice is t IS aaS? | IVINGSTONK'S TRAVKI.S and ?teeeai<4?r? 1 j in South Afrioa. I vol.,?vo? with Maps snd l.n gravioga; fS. dU FRANCK TAYLOIV