Newspaper of Evening Star, January 25, 1858, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated January 25, 1858 Page 4
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KVENING STAR. BACOK AND GEEENB. I have livmi long enunch to b? rarefy mistaken. And born* my full share of life's changeable aaaae*. But my wo?* have been aolaoed by jood greena and kaaoa. And my j<>ya have been douMed by baoon and greens. What a thrill of remembr&nee e'en now they awaken. Of ehiidbood a gay morning and youth's merry soen*s, When one day ve had greens and a a?ate full of bacon. And the next ve had baoon and a plate full or green a. Ah ' well I remember vhen sad and forsaken. Heart wrung by the soorn of a mis* in h*r teens. How I ruahed from her sight to my loved greenaand baoon. And forgot my deapiur o?er baoon and greena. When the bank a refuaed apecie and oredit was shaken. 1 ahired in th* wreck and waa ruined in mema : My frienda all d*oared I had not "aaved by bacon." But I lived?for 1 still had by baoon and greena. Oh ! there 1a a oharm in thia diah rightly taken. Tb?t from oua tarda and jelliea an epioure wean a : Stiok your fork in the fat?wrap your greena round the baoon. And you'll tow there is nothing like baoon aud greena, It eome fair) a grant of three wishes would make one ??o worthless aa I. and so laden with ems. 1 4 wish all the greens in tne world?tneu the b?icon? And then wiah lor a little more bacon and green*. POSTC*!PT. I return to confess that for once I in mistaken, A* much as I've known of this world ai:d its soenes. There's on* itiing tnat's equal to both greens and baoon, And that is a Jiah of good Lacon and greens. Fkahkil Peril.?A Cherbourg (French) pa per eny* that in tbe uaval workshops of that town there is a foundry for the nmnrutacture of heavy iron easting? An immense crucible hangs over the furnaee. and. when the metal is lu a state of fusion, this crucible is removed troui it. by means of machinery, and the glow ing ore poured into moulds which are formed in the sand. It happened that aoine twenty workmen were engaged in the operation of cast ing, when suddenly the screw which b?ld the handle of the pot gave way, and in a moment the liquid metal flooded the workshop, like the lava Irom a volcano. Ten of the men were overtaken by the flaming torrent, and their feet and legs literally burnt to ashes. Some of the men were more fortunate than their fellows, and escaped, by climbing upon the beams which supported the roof, where, safe themselves, they beheld the tearful race between their unhappy comrades and the molten iron, which overtook the wretches, shrivelling up their limbs with Ita fiery touch. iy*TheNew Bedford Standard says: '?Some time ainoe. a lady in this city, while dressing for church, thought that she felt something moving between her dress and skirt; but after shaking them, paid no more attention to the circumstance, until seated in her pew at church, when out fell a rat upon the floor, much to the consternation of several other ladies in the pew. It commenced running from one end of the pew to the other, and at last was lost sight of?they presuming it had escaped into the aisle. The first named lady upon arriving home, was in the act of changing her dress for another, when, upon shaking it, out fell the rat, having made the trip to church and back in safety.' A few days since, a rough, country look ing iellow entered one of our City Banks, and marching up to thecounter, exclaimed, 'Here I am. I want you to take a fair look at me ' Without a word further he strode out. The next day the same customer appeared, uttered the same words, and ugain disappeared. The third day. at about the same time, he walked in. and advancing to the teller s desk, threw down a draft payable three days after sight * Now.' said he, ' you've seen me thrca times, 1 want the money now " Tb* Charivari Las been entertaining if# readers at tb*expense of the Leviathan. m the ?hape of a diary, continued for a series of year*, of th* lnch-by-inch movement of Ibe cant ves sel * IET Trar k laying on th* Hast Tennessee and Virginia Railroad is progressing rapidly, and th* Bristol News says that the trark will be hu la bed to within six milss of Gieenville during th* present week. IT7~ The Planters' Banner, at Franklin, l.a , ?*>? : "Some of our planters aie sHling a k{ood arttfc1a t<f iuoli-^es at six dollar* per batrel 1 tie barrel coats a dollar and forty cenis, and tbe mo lasses stands tLem In ?4 60 cents. This is very disheartening to the planters '' CD" The Ice in the Merrimac river, at Havei oill, Mi?* , took a start on Thursday noon, but stopped a i?.>ut half a mile below tbe bridge So far tbi. season, there ba? been no "free bridge'' acro*s tbe Merrimac, which is rather an unusual ?vent tUT" A celebration of more than ordinary Inter est took place at Porto Cabello, in Venezuela, S A , on tbe -^4ih ult , In beholding the Urst train ct cars start from that place to tbe intei ior.on tbe first railroad e\er built in the republic. The wealth, fashion, and intelligence of the coui.try were present ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS BROWNS' HOTEL -C S Scott and lady Va, J Bowes .Sin; Dr J poller. Va ; < Goodmin. O J H Braiinan. Ky, J F Eastham. Ind , Dr T Bo aannan and daughter. Ky; A F Grodenow, NY L D Satl.?stedt. Fa, Samuel Sanders, NJ ? J \V i^rA^C',J ^ Crockett, Aid ; (it-o Huston Kyi C Cu NC; F A Viti, Pa, E Geit, O, J Ca rey, Md, J I. Cow.trdin. Va; VV s Woods. Mo B de Harrole, K Vate?, Hi; \\ j,,* K' G Kd^iih.tn. 1 r-im ; .Mr and M rs AMntMiii aud child, Ct; ? S Basalt. do; J il llarklv. .Md A ,Vil? B ? Ko-er*. Va, K T Vl.ller. do; Dr A G Gflnnaa. do; .VI U IJI.k-, .\y; j Km.-r son, Va; W P Mellen. Kv; N M Chafes*. Kl ; 11 P Gardner, Va L Rufiin. NC ; S J M?aru^ Pa I- I hoiiias. Md; W Kvan?, ,\V; j p Ker ""^Va- ? W Perrie, Md; j K Sa^'er. Md j A \\ oo<lb.iry. Mass; VV C Dunnavant. Va; Miss u K ; C Mo.,re, N V; Hon F J .Moses. St.; h j Mos^s, jr. do ; Mrs Co nen. N\; Mr Stevenson, do; K W Illuman do, A t. MnMiuan, Pa; D C Wwxls, Cal. NATIONAL HOTF.L -J R Phelps, M p^rey J L Ohirelln Md, C H Morgan, li A'avy: <, a' ;; ***"? ""? K l ylioand fain. C W Turner, II li Vmrlfr ,A H Cbipliue, C E Doddnd-e. V : Caot J4P Leathers (J Klwao, Mias; Ca.ot F C HoiUitA, La, L fend ,\I iw Un U>ur,Va: J \ Ward ?ia; Prof C C Feltln. C F Shumway, Mass PR UrWS"*"' N1 r* Albertson, S S K.Lserr. v V u . " K,"rr' >,di (i Bellow*. iNV Mrs and Miss Hal*. Ml; T Bartlett, j E ?* Holly da Md, il J Carioll, Ct; Dr IV J Bow-lle. Kan.*.; P t \\ <,rwICk. Va; L> (j Elliott, NVk; L m 1 Vr i0"' K?i'O ,,,on' Mri K ? tn .l!ner' B Cooper, Ma**: C J Oliver O W Mor^n, B W Hall,V?, S Murray VV D Hough, Md, 11 M Clarke. Mtos >f VMLLARDH' HOTEL -J N Miller, CSN W A Powell Md. H Ketchum.jr, II I, Mor^S Bishop, N V k. 1 on J L Dawson. H S Mag raw. P.T'Ln,.r,K,OU' >,d; K 11 U>,U' " Arnold, Mass; L)i B K Mitchell, L SN; S Seymour M I' S' y mour, NY;C8 Adams, A R and F S Sibley. J it Pawner. Aiicb; Mr Thayer and lady. Mr Austin M*??. .Mrs Van Rruwlaer, J^s L l\enu-dy. Hon George Bancroft and lady, Mis. Hamilton, Win Williams. C VV B.tker, J J Bradley, J B B-ns-l J S Willet. F Osgood, H A Kent, F Copcutt ti Van Henthuysen. N V; C D Archibald. London l>r R E Holers, J B Stepmni, Pa, S Abbott, I* M, T G Corbin. U. 8 HOTEL, (L.O Smith s )_J m C Am bruster, Md; 11 Di.niap, pa. J Metac.s do T Richard., NV, II A Willlaji.s Md, J C Cu/he Ky; VV J Anderson, Va; Z B Beall. Md VV W7 Bowie, do; J ? VVorthington, do j L All<-i. W'- J E ?r:Kory, M'. J || Cniig Iowa F rinsei, do; T Ir. Smith, NV VV T l?Ut? ? ' il K tlruni^r Sic; j II ll.i,,,. Trnn J ll v'ji F 1 N*i H Me, T V.,,.. v."?; wllVy?,J, KIRK WOOD HOl'5E T l>avu u.. . ?> W J Parrotl, KT; D M SM^r WT V\ n ' Md J VV Gelkev At. m L- ' Boyant. mu, j \t ??eiK?-\. Ala, s Emcrwoith ft \1 Crow, O; A T hbarp^; Alin, J K t.win'lil K St an lev, do; J Gre^n Va. R H Hunter, do fc ? Fo*s. .VIIn, A R Skard, I Awes, NV- J it Ktrk iy, Md, J Miaston.V*; J li Met linatl.au \y La "/?saWr C,; J J Md 1 McDonougb, Pa; G S Carter do, R ^ol' iard ' OCEA N S TEA M ER 6 ~SA I LIN (J OA~y^ Fao* tki Umitbd St at ks. Stgamtrt Ltatt p0T Damt A merira H'jston ...???Liverpool... I an V North America. Portland Liverpool... Jttll ,jo Kuropa ......... New York... LI veri>ool. Feb 3 Kangarao NewVork.. Liverpool.. Feb 4 >ew York...Havre Feb 0 Boston Liverpool... Feb In Atlantic New V ork...Liverpool...Feb 13 Flow Eckops Lloerpo.,1... New York... Jan K*"8afo? Liverpool ...New York...Jan 13 Falton Southam n. New York Jau 13 Canada Liverpool... Boston j,? Olasjiow. ...New York...Ja- 10 Araci* Liverpool ..N?-w York...Jan 90 C-tV Baltimor*. Liverpool...N?*w York.. Jan '17 Indian LIverpool... Portland . . . . Jan & h lagara ........LI verpool... Boston ......Jan 3li The California null steamer* leave New York M iU ?a4 WU of ?aok aoau Insurance, Ao. G G EDWARD 9NOWDEN, KNERAL CLAIM AND RhAL ESTATE aoknt. For Bounty Lands. Pension Claims, Prhseau tiflp of Claims before the Court of Claims. Congress and the Departments, Purchase and Sale of real es tares. attend t" Renting Houses, Buy and Sell I.and Warrants. Negotiate Loan*, and all buaineaa of similar character Office oorner 7th and Louisiana avenue, jan 16 ly Washington, City. OLD AND SILVER PURCHASED AT THE BEST RATES. FOREIGN BILLS OF EXCHANGE SOLD. ON THE PRINCIPAL POINTS IN EU ROPEAN SUMS TO SUIT. GOLD CURRKNCyTjIND VIRGINIA MO NEY ACCOUNTS, WILL BE OPENED FOR DEPOSITORS,PAYABLE INSAME FUNDS, OR IN GOLD, CHARGING THE CURRE\T RATES.?CHECES MUST BE MARKED ACCORDINGLY. SIGHT DRAFTS ON ALL THE PRINCI PAL CITIES OF THE UNION, SOLD IN 5 UMS TO S UIT. BONDS AND STOCKS SOLD ON COM MISSION. UNCURRENT MONEY BOUGHT AND SOLD. LAND WARRANTS PURCHASED ATTHE HIGHEST RATES. SWEENY, R1TTENHOUSE, FA NT A CO., d4Sni Bankers^ TIN PER CENT. INVESTMENT. Corporation Bonds of the City of Davenport, Iowh. paving In per cent, interest l?y Coupon in New York. Bonds of 95U0 ohoIi. The growing city ol Davenport has now alxnit 2o,inio inhabitants, and is rapidly increasing in wealth and population. Its municipal debt is only 9 ISO ,(**>, and its railroad det*t only ^I26,?i<??. and canuot now lie increased. The statislioa of the city were published in the Intelli gencer of the #tth September. We recommend these bonds, believing them to be aa sate aa any State or eity bonds. 00 6 CHUBB HP OTHERS Washington i\si kanck company. CHARTERED BY CONGRESS Capital . t3no,ww!!! This Company is now prepared to reoeive applica tions lor INSURANCE ON BUILDINGS, MKR CH A N DISK. A c., at the usual City rates, without any charge for Policy, at their Office, corner ol Tenth Street an.I Pennsylvania Avenue, over the Washington City Savin** Bank. Directors. Wm. F.Bayly, Samuel Baoon, Jos^>h Bryan, James F. Halulay, Wim Orine. Hudson Taylor. Francis Mohua, M. W. Gait. Benj. Beall, JAMES C. McGUIRE, President. Orattok D. Hanson. Secretary. ap 11-ly OANK1N6 HOUSE OF ?> _CHUBB BROTHERS. Diposits.?Deposits reoeived and Cheoka paid without charge. Drafts on the northern seaboard oitieB received on Deposit at par, and Exchange on satd Cities furnished to depositors without charge. Interest on Deposits.?Interest will be allowed on Deposits at such rates as mat be agreed upon. Deposits in Virginia and Inccrkent ISIonbt, Deposits in Virginia and otner Uncurrent Money re oeived to be checked for, payable in same fuiida, or id specie, we charging the regular Exchange. Di-corNTs.?Notes, Drafts.and Billsof Exchange will bediscoutited.and Loans madeou Stocks, Bonus, and Securities, at the market rate. Letters or Credit.?Letters of Credit will be furnished, negotiable iu the different Cities of the Uluted States, on Deposit of Money or Collaterals, and interest allowed if Money 1a deposited, and oharged if C01 lateral a, on auoh terms as may be agreed upon. Tra vrlin? Bills or ExrHANei.?Travelers will be furnished with drafts in snch sums as may be de sired negotiable in the different Cities of the Union. Bills and LKTTERsor Crediton Enoland, I rb land and Europe.? Bills of Exchange and Letters of Credit on Kngtand, Ireland and Kurope, furnished it the market rate for Exchange, in sums to suit. Bonds, Stocks, &c.?Bonds, Stocks, and Securi ties paying from 6 to 12 pr. cent., always for sale, or bought iu the different Cities at a commission of a If pr. cent. Where Monks are bought upon order*, we reserve the right to call for a deposit of 10 pr. cent on the ooat. Bonds or Stooks will be ordered by tele graph. Kailroad, City, awd Statr Bonds.?Rai road. City, and State Bonds oan be placed in our hanis for negotiation, either in this country or Kurope. Rail road Iron purchased for or.sh or with Bonds. Land Warrants.?Lar d Warrants bought at the market rates. All Warrants sold by ua are r?sraa 1 t?d in every reBpeat. Land Warrants located on oommiaaion. Land Warrant quotations regularly furnished f re suestad. Warrants will be forwarded to Western Houses on orders, or sent for sale on oommission to responsible parties. Real Estate and lNstTR>NrEs.? Real Eaate bought and sold, and Insurances effected. Claims on I nited Static, Court or Clatw*, Cong rk?*.?riaim* on the I nited Mates, before the Court of Claim* or Congress, intrusted to us, will be prosecuted by prompt arid able attorneys. CHUBB BROTHERS, J an " Opposite the Treasury. |"*ON.\KCTlCI T Mi l l AI. LIFE 1NSUR ANCK COMPANY. Capital over 92.m0.0n0 This oid and reliable Company are prepared to take ris1:* on Uvea a' preiiuurns that will suit all. FRED CALLAN. Agent. Otfice?No. 21J F street, W ashing ion City, D. C. ian 4-3tawsw Banking mouse OF CHUBB BROTHERS. Depositors dcpi-91'in? Bank Notes will please mark their Checks pava'ile in currency. Dep?.sites of tjolu will be paid in Gold. Accounts wi II be opened with depositors allowing them to deposit (jo.d and Check for currenoy, the depositor i.emg credited wi?h the difference. se2?-tf CHUBB B HOT HERS. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITEST MONEY to LOAN on STOCK SECU RIT1E8 CHUBB BROTHERS, BANKERS. Ian 27?tf Oppotiit tk? T**<uury. (T NITED M A I ES PATENT OFFICE. Washington. January 15, Ui.97. On the petition ol CalebaudT. \\ illis Pratt.of Newton, M *i s s., pring for the extension ol a patent granted to them on the 4th of Anil, 1844, for an 1111 pro\enifnt in " tru >s I rimes of budges," lor seven years fiom the expirition of said patent, winch takf-i place on th*-4th day oI April, IHjH ? It isord?*ri*d, that the suid petition be heard at the Patent Office on Mondav, the 22d of March ii- xt. at 12 o'clock 111.: and all persons are notified to appear and show cause, if any they have, why said petition ought not to lie granted. Persons opposing :he extension hre required to hie in the I'ati nt Office their objections, -pecialU set forth in writing, ay leant twenty days bel ne tiie day of hearing; ill testimony ftle.i by either party to be used at the said hearing must lie tnk?*n and transmit ted in accordance with the rules of the office, wliu'h will l>e furnished on applieatton. The testimony 111 the wise will be closed on the fith ol March ; deposition* and of her paper# rn li?f upon aji test imoii) must be hied in t h? < ifhceon or b. f'ore tfie moiu,n^ of thai day; the arguiiieuts, if anv . within ten days thereafter. Ordered, ai o, that this notice be published in the Union, Wanhiiifctoti, D.C., and Post, Boston, M*? s-tchiisetts, 01.ee ? we?k for fiirce siiccesMve weeks previous to tin^Jd of March next, the day of hear inZ. Jt>S. HOLT. Con:misbioii?r of Patents. P. S. Editors ??f the above papers will please copy, and send their bills to the Patent Office, with a paper containing this notice. jan^D-lawJw I OR D B\ RON'S W tiRKS, 6 vols., Murraj's j Londtn edition, 111 purple calf binding. Knight's Pictorial Miakspcare, 9 vols., octavo, London, green calf The Stratford Shakspeare, 10 vols., London, in oak eases. The Cabinet Shakspeare, 12 vols., London, oloth British Poets. 4 vols., London, hall calf. Rose s Biograplujal Dictionary, 12 vole., London, fu I calf. * Rollin s Ancient History, 2 vols., London, many itihoh, 111 haif calf. Burnet's Histories. 3 vols., London, halfoalf. Dean Swift s Works, Roscoe's edition, 2 vols., London, ha f calf. W lie well's History of the Inductive Scienoes.S vols., London, fu I calf. Bu! wer s Novels, J1* vols., Loniiun, green calf. Aud many other standard works in hue bindings, imported Irom Loudon, by ?? HI ANCK TAYLOR. NV ^ fll'Ni?"Hiifuriosl and Laga IN Kxamiiiation ol that part of the Supreme ( our! s decision in the |)red Scott case which de clares the Iiuconotituitonality of ihe MiMitouri Coin promise Act. and the self exrniisionof the Cousti ,.U!?loH,to err,t"r"'?- oarrymg slavery along with if Bj the author of The Thirty Years' View; 00 tavo; David AppletonA Co. New \'ork, ia57. 1 ne als.ve work just issued from the press, for sa.e at the well known st?nd, oorner of 4S street and Penrisv Iv-nia avenue. Stereotype edit ion. beauti fully printed Oil c.ean new type, fine white paper and with best b ack ink. Bound in black cloth and gilt lettei?d. Done up 111 a durable form lor permanent use. Price 41. This work is what its title purports to fie, an ex amination of 1 what the author deeins to be) the po litical part oft he Court's opinion, avoiding any no tice of the mdicii part, which related to the personal claims of the parties on record. It is writen in a spirit of entire devotion to the institutions of our country, and with total abstinerice froin nil party views. The authors own words are: ' I write for no part*, but for nil men who venerate the wm ks of our ancestors, and who wish to see our Government kept on the founds!ions on which they placed it."(p J!*'.' A ml it is believed that this pledge has f>een sept in the work, and which is considered, by 00m pefent juiiges, a? the most original and profound of all the Mithor's works, and so treated as to present new views to the oldest re tders. and in fact to ap pear as * new woik on a subject supposed to have lieed exhausted. O . . JOfr.SHILLINOTON, Bookseller, Odeon Building, oorner 4>4 st. and Pa. av. ? DIPLOMATIC HISTORY of the Washington Uand Adams Administrations, by W. H. Tresoott. 1 vol.; |IA Just published, if 14 Fit ANr-K TAVI.OB. Ocean ?tk*m navigation andthe Ocean Post, by Thomas Ramey, I volume, 8vo. Two dollars. jan H FRANCK TAYLOR. \TKW MIISH' leceived semi weekly at JOHN In P. ELLIS'Piano Store, near 10th strept, No. Mi Pa. avuiua. ian l? Miioellaneont. Jli SEVENTH STREET o Office Second Stor?, tKr?e door* from Uov Fillows Hall. SpeotaolM and GLaaaee mitoi to trtf sight; Opera. Reading. uid w ?t?hmah?,'. Glasses; Telaeoopee, Microscopes irwt variety; Cosmoramio Mereoeoopes with views of aupenor and choice piotureaou band. See adver tiaement to National Intelligencer. Tsstimonials. Norfolk, September?, mm. Sis: The Speotaclea you made for me amt ma very well, and aeem to have improved my eight mora than any other 1 have lately tried. LITT. W. TAZEWELL. I have tried a pair of Speotablea obtained from Mr. Tobiaa, and hnd them of great assistance to my eight,and corresponding with hi^deaoriptionof then fooua. 1 reoomniend him aa a ale it I ful optician. HENRY A. WISE. Prtibsburo, October 21, ISM. About five yeaia ago, I obtained from Mr. Tobiaa, in Washington, a pair of Glaaaea for the spectaolea wbioh I used, and found them of great assistance to my deoaying viaion ; and my opinion of him ia, that he is skillful in the preparation of Glaaaea for eyea not too far gone to be benefitted by suoh aid. J. F, MAY. Ltnchbpro. November 7,18M. From an examination of Mr. Tobiaa' Glaaaea, and from his observations and rentarks, am oonvinoed that he ia a akillful optician. J. J. BLACKFOR D, M. D. Lynchburg, November 10, IBM. Mr. John Tobiaa, having furnished me with Glas ses, by which I have been greatly aided, (my vision having suffered greatly from reading at night in my earlier life,! it affords me the highest pleatuire to say that I consider him a skillful practical optician, and well prepared to aid those who may need hia professional services. \\ M. B. ROUZIE, Elder ol the Methodist Conference. Wii.mincton, N. C.. June 27, laM. Mr. J.Tobias? I)rat Sir : I am happy to say that the Spectacles which 1 obtained from you last week are entirely satisfactory. From an inequality in the visual rangeof my eves. I have heretofore found groat difficulty in Retting glasses of the proper local dis tance*. It affords me pleasure to state, that by the aid of your optometer this difficult* lias been happily obviated, so that the Glasses you furnished me are deoidedly the (vest adapted to my eyes of any I have ai'ttr v Ct lifiit'U. Very respectfully youra, R. B. DRANK. Reotorof St. James' Parish. Having been induced by a friend to visit theestab lishment of Mr. Tobias for the purpose of try nig hia glasses I was furnished with a pair slightly colored oiue, wince have afforded me more relief and gratifi cation than any I have ever tried. My sight, origin allv very good, was injured by writing and reading at night. frequently to a very late hour: but with the aid of these glasses I can study almost as late as over, and that too without the i>;Wn I have previous ly suffered. JOHN WIl&ON, I Ale Coiuiniasioneer Gen I Laud Office. Dec. 11.1H5.'>. I have used Mr. Tobias's Spectacles for three or four months, and take great pleasure in saying that I am much pleased with tliein. I have l<een much benefited by tnem. GEO. 1*. SCARBURGH. May 5th, IK36. I was recommended to Mr. John Tobias as a skilful optician ; and as I have eyes of remarkable peculiari ty , I was gratified to find that Mr. Tobias seemed to comprehend them by inspection and some slight [>f Specta TLER. measurement, end he has inade me a pair of ? oles that suits me admirably. A. P. BL'Tl July 11, 1856. | Washington, Aug. 8,1855. Having been for years uuder tiie necessity of hnv two sets of glasses?one for use in day light, and one for lamp-light?I procured one set from Mr. Tobias which answered twith purposes. I have used his for several mouths, and hnd them excellent. E4JWAR I) STUBBS, Of Department of State. Mr. J. Tobias. Sir: The pair of iipeotacles you furnished me yesterday are particularly satisfactory to me. They are very decidedly the best I possess, am! I am the owner of eight or nine pairs, carefully selected in different places and from opticians reo ommended to me on ac. ^unt of their profeHsioiial standing lit France, England.and the 1'nited States. I have been also pleased wilti your remarks and di rections oil the treatment of the eyes, for the pur pose of preserving and improving the sight Respeotfully yours, ClIS. CALDWELL, Professor of M. C.. Louisville, Ky, Brooklyn Orthopaedic Institution, April, 18M. After most oareful examination ot Mr. J. Tobiaa's Glasses, I ain enabled to testify that their hardness, clearness, polishing, and exact optical shape render them particularly recoiiimendable to those whose merely optica! impairment of the eyes are in want ol such auxiliaries. I oonsider, moreover, Mr. Tobiaa fully qualified to determine the focus of the eye,both by lus optical knowledge and experieuoe, and t>y means of his optometer. In addition, I can further state that Mr. Tobias has supplied some of my pa tients with Glasses to their and my satisfaction LEW MS BAUER. M. D.. Physician and Surgeon, Berlin; Member of the Royal College of Surgeons. England; Member of the Medio?U Sooiety of London, and of tbe Pathological Sooiety of New York; late Sur geon of the Royal Orthopaedic Institution ol Manchester, Kugland, and Surgeon of the B. O. Institution. Norfoli, Va., July 27,18M. In the expener.oe of even two years, I have found great difficulty in obtaining Spectacles that were ex actly adapted to the weakness of my sight. This in oonvenience Mr. Tobias seems to have removed I'T the present by the substitution for me of t?etter ar.d more suitable Glasses. They are clear, chrystal-like and comfortable to my eyes. I would commend him to those who from age or other infirmity require ar tificial aid in this way. J.J. SIMKINS, M. D. Wilmington. N. C., June 16, l?M. To persons who have had the sight oftheir eyes so impaired as to require the use of Glasses, I would recommend .Mr. John Tobias as a suitable person from whom to obtain suoh Classes as they may re ?Iuire. as he has suited me wit.h a pair of Spectacles or a far and near sight. Mt sight has been impaired very much by a servioe of years in the Post Office Department ? winch t?erth required me to be on duty from U o'clock at night till alter day, during which time I used but one light. W. A. W A LK LR. Dkpartxknt of Interior. May 8,1855. From iiatural defects and the unequal range of my eyes, I have been compelled to use glasses for seve ral years. I have tried dillereut optnuans without ubtHimug glasses perfectly fitted to iny eyes. Foul months since Mr. Tobias made two pairs especially for me, winch I have found to serve me perfectly. By the use of his optometer he is enabled to adapt f:lasses most miMiteW to the e>e. I most cheeiful y recommend Mr. Tobias to ad having oo?t a ion to use glasses, and bear my testimony ns to his skill aa an optician. HENRY K. BALDWIN, iteV> Ass't Sec'y to sign Land Warrants. I fROGR ESS IN TIIK FINK ARTS. P AINTINO A S It PHoTOi.RAPHT COMBINED. PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAITS In <Ml Colore, on Canvas, M mi ATI) R K OR SI2K OF LiTS. H W A LK KK'S PORTRAIT AND P ICTU R K GALLERY, Odeon Han, corner 4S st.and Pennsylvania avenue. LKFR lias fitted up the above spacious apartments at a very great outlay of capital, thereby rendering his establishment one of the most com plete and handsome in the whole country. He has a large Gallery forfr*t exhibition of upward of fine Oil Paintings, by some of the Itest ancient and modern masters, to which he intends to aed fresh importations. S. Wai.kkr has also fitted up a com plete* suit of rooms, with private robing apartmenfe for ladies, and purchased the finest post-line instru ment.-, and engaged a first class operative artist to assist him in the department for taking alt kinds of PHOTOGRAPHIC. AMBROTYPE AND DA GUERREOTYPE PO R T R A ITS. from the small**! mmiaturt to sit* of lif?. S. WaLIKH, Iiy combining the Photographic Pro cess with the art of Paintmr, of winch he has had ^5 years' experience and whose specimens of life size portraits may be s?>en in some of the fir6t fami lies of the city, as well aa those exhibited in Ins 'iallery, ke will be able, by the combination of the two, to produce portraits that have ne?'er been ex celled for their fidelity and life like expression. Can vas and Itoarda prepaied by himaelf txpiessly foi the purpose. Particular attention paid to the painting of Por traits. Miniature or life sue, from small pictures of <f?rc<i.\e>/ frt'ndi. Photographs taken from oorpaea, or sick persons lakeu at their own residences, on immediate notioe. Committees and classes taken in any number hi groups, and any quantity ol oopiesfrum the eaine aold at reasonable chargea. Likenesses painted on Copper for Tomb Stonea. Valuable Oil Paintings, and Old Family Portraits, carefully hock lined a&d restored to their original freahnesa. I Allies and gentlemen are respectfully aolioited to call at the Gallery, over Shillingtoii's lunik store entrance 4>h Btreet. two doors from Pennsylvania a venae. ivil-4m ONDON JUVKVILK BOOKS. j llaus A iiderson's Tales and Fairy Stonea, Louis's School Days, Sttnfordai.d Merton, Kvemnssat Home. Kdgar Llifton, or K iglit and W ong. F.speranza. or the Home of the Wanderers, Cumin's Home Stories, The Castaways, or Advei||iir*s in ATrioa, Sax el ford, a Story for the^ ouug, Kvery Boy'a Bonk, Fairy Tales of the Countess D'Aulnoy, Arabtau Nights, Robinson Crusoe. J ust received by ?H9 FRANCK TAYLOR. ITN1 TED STATES PATENT OFFICE. J Wasiiinoto.n, January lirtli, 10.58. On the petition of Joseph Katoii, administrator of t' e estate ?d'('harles F. Pain,deceased, of V\ inslow Maine, praving for the extension of a p-iteut granted to ttiesaul ('harles F. Paine l'orau improve meut in "hay presses." for seven years from ?tie expiration of said patent, which takes place on the 2 >t ti day of April. IH^U. It is ordered that the said petition be heard at the Patent Otfice on Monday, the lf?th of April, at 12 o'clock, m.; and all peraons are notified to ap pear and show cause, if any t iey have, why aaul pe tition ought not to be granted. Persons opposing the extension are required to file in the Patent Otfice their (injections, specially set forth in writing, at least twenty days before the day of hearing; all testimony hlid 1iy either party to lie used at the said hearing inu?t lie taken and trans ?tutted in accordance with tlie rules of the Othoe, rhioh will be tiiruiiiied nil application. The testimony in the case will lie closed on the Sri of April: depositions and other papers relied upon as tvslimony must tie filed in the office on or before the morning of that day; the arguments, if any, within ten davs thereafter. Ordered, also, that this notice I* published m the (Tnion, Washington, I). C., and Post, Boston, Mas sachusetts, once a week forthree successive weeks previous to the 19th of April uext, the day of hear mg. J* HOLT, Commissioner of Patents. P. S. Kditors of the above papera will please oopy, and senu their bills to the Patent Office,with a paper containing this uotioe. ian I5-Iaw3w FIVINGSTONK'a TRAVELS and Researohea 4 in South Afnua, 1 vol., 8yo? with Mape and Kn l,,}vl4n?, ; ?** FKANCK TAYLOR.

TrtYtltrs' Directory. yyAPHlNGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. Trams run u follows: ? Washington at 6 a. ra. 1>". do. at 8 a. m. Do. do. at i ? n 1)<>. do. at 4ii p in. Do. do. at 5.15 p. m. The Trains At 6 and 8 a. m and 4 20 p. m, oonneot direotl/ at Baltimore for the hast and at Relay for the West. Those at 8 a. m. a< d 5 15 p. m. fur Anap olis.and at 3 p m. for Frederick and Norfolk. The 6 a. m. and 4.20 p. ni. iraius are Express, and stop only at Annapolis and Washington junctions. The Eastern train of Saturday at 4 p. m. foes only to Philadelphia. On Sunday only one train?at 4.20 p. ni. ian2v d TH. H. fARSON'9. Agent. Tkt Skirt composing this List are ; 7he ATLANTIC .Capt. Oliver Eidndge, ha BALTIC ...... Capt. Joseph Comstock The ADRIATIC Capt. Jamee Went. These ships having been built by oontraot ezpreealy for Government service, every care has been taken in their oonstr iction, as also in their engines, to in sure strength and speed, and their aooominodstiona for passengers are unequalled for eJeganoe and oom fort. The steamers of this line hare unproved water tight compartments, and no expense lias t-een spared to make them all as good as new, the tJiorourh exam ination given them proves their mode of coiisti no tion yet unequalled. Pnoeot passage from New York to Liverpool, in first oat.iu, fl*t, inaeoond do., #76; From Liver pool u New York, c*? and 20 guineas. An ex peri perienced Suigeon attached tceaob ship. No berths can be secure^ until paid for. PROPOSED DATES O F SAILING. vkom niw Timt. | raoM MvaariMiL. Snturday .Jan.lt>.... 11158. Wednesday, Feb.? Ifcit Saturday, Feb. I'i IK58j W ednesday, M'ch J .1858 Saturday. IVaroh K> M'rft Wednesday, M Vn 3t I&V: Saturday, Apr I If . IH * Wednesca*, A^ril28 ih5K Saturday, April .'I .. "ia5ni Wednesday, May 12 1h5h Saturday, Msy 8. . iM-'iH| Wednesday, May JU in-* Saturday, Mmv 2J 1K.">M \\ ednesday , J line '< IK.MS Saturday, Juue.S .laCUt \\ e<lne*Uay, Juue .:i i?.u Saturday, June l'J Icthj WednesJay, Juiy 7 186k Saturday, July Saturday, July 17 1:15) Saturday, Aug. 14... iar> Saturday, Aug. 28 Ih5H Saturday, Sept. II ...1858 Wednesday, July 21 18.'8 Wednesday, Aug. 4 IR'H Wednesday, sept. I lass Wednesday , Sept. I V1858 Wednesday, Sept. U.I858 Saturday, Sept. i6 .. la^. Wednesday, Out. 13 .l?5fi cm uriaj | ? npi. 4.0 .. io-jo Saturday, Oot. 9 I8;i8 Saturday, Oct. 23 J8f4) Saturday, Nov. t. .. IhM Satunlay, Nov. 2?i .. I8.su Saturday, Dec.4 ... 18,'jfc ! Wednesday, Oct. 2<. . In58 Wednesday, Nov. P1.I8S8 Wednesday, Nov. v4.IRVi Wednesday , D*c. K 18 IS Wednesday, Dec. 22 IWrti For freight or passage, apply to EDWARD K. COLLINS, No. W, Wall street. New Yont. BROWN. SHIPLEY A CO., Liverpool. B. U. WAIN W K IliHT A CO., Paris. The owners of these ships will not be aoo<>?intabls for gold, silver, bullion, specie, jewelry, preciout stones or metals, unless bills of lading srs signed therefor and the value thereof expressed therein, d 16 O RANGE AND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD GREAT SOUTHERN MAIL LINK Twioe Daily, (Sunday nights excepted.) betweei WASHINGTON CITY and the SOUTH, vis ALEXANDRIA, GORDONSVILLE and RICH MOND Leaves Washington at 6 o'clock a. m. " Washington at 7 o'clook p m. For LYNCHBURG aluTthe SOUTHWEST. Leave Washington at 6 o'clock a. 'm., arrive il LYNCH Kl'R<? next morning at 4 a. hi..connecting with the trains on the Virginia and Tennessee Ran Road for M KM PHIS. Mail Stages from Char ottesville to Lynchburg a distance of 80 miles. Fare from Washington to Lynoiiburg, #7.75. The steamer GKORG K PAGE, foot of Seventh street, being owned by the Railroad Company, runs in connection with the trains. Tickets for Lynchburg prooured on the Boat. rill beat the pas ..lexan dria, a distance of six miles, allowing ample time for meals. JAMES A. EVANS. Agent. Alexandria, July. 1857. iv 8-tf tickets for Lynchburg prooured on the Boat, (tain 1 buses and Kaggage Wagons will bea Depot of the Washington Railroad, to oonvey sengers and baggage to the Steamboat, Tor Ale: Ntw AND IMPORTANT SCHEDULE. FOR ALL FARTS OF THE WEST. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. The recent extension and improvement of its tend ing oonneciing lines at the West has required au en tire revision of the running arrangements of this road b? which highly important advantages to the trav eler are secured. On and alter MONDAY, June 15. 1857. THREE DAILY TRAINS will be run in both directions for through passengers. First?The ACCOM MODATION THAI N starts from Camden Station, Baltimore,at 7 A.M..(except Sunday,) stop* at way statious and arrives at Cum berland at 4 P. M. Second?Tl*? MAIL TRAIN starts (Sunday ex cepted 1 at 8 Jn A. M., and arrives at W heeling at 4 26 A. M, connecting at Benwood with Central Ohio trains for Coiumluis. Cincinnati. Indianapolis, Lou isville. Chicago St. Louis, Ac., and at same plaoe with tran s for Cleveland, Toledo, Detroit, Ac.. by Cleveland Road, and also at Parkersburg with Ma rietta Road. Third-The ST. LOUIS and CINCINNATI EX PR ESS 'I'R AIN leaves daily at 5.16 P. St., con necting at Benwood at 9 A. M.with expu>ss trains from Bellaire to Cincinnati, (without thange aj Cars at Columbus,) and reaching there In but 26 hours from Baltimore aud 26 hours from Washing ton. It also connects directly, in both directions, at (jralton with cars by Parkersburg and Marietts roads for Clulliootbe. Cincinnati, eto. These trains uonneot at Xenia for Indiaiiapohs, Chicago and St. Louis, and at Cincinnati with the Great Ohio and Mississippi Express for Louisville Cairo and St. youiH through to St. Louis in less than 42 hours from altimore. Bv this tram the time to all the central and southern places in ho W'est is much less, while the (/1 ftnnrt is from 4" to inn miles shorter than by the shortest of other routes. F r<?m the WTest these oonuocinoiis are equally close and satisfactory, ar rivingat Baltimore at 8.9? A. M. irr Baggage oheoked through to all points. THROUGH TICKETS soid at l< vest rates ai Camden Station and at Washington. D. C. Pasiengers from Baltimore or Waalungton may t'teie th' tntirt road hy by taking morn nig trams, and lying over at Cumberland or Oak land, and resuming seit uiormng by W'heeliug Ao ooiiimodation tiam, leaving Cumberland at 8 and Oakland at 1>?jo. FOR WAY PASSENGERS. The Cumberland \cconimodat <on Train at 7 A.M. will s'op at all S'atioiiN eakt of Cumberland, and the VVhee;iug Accommodation at all Stations beyond Cumberland going West. Eastwardif, the Mail Train leaves W heeling at a,Sn A. M .aml Accommo dniion leaves Cumberland at reaching Baltimore at 5 Sn P. M. ON THE NORTHWESTERN VIRGINIA BRA NCH, !>?". ween Giaflon and Parkersburg, way passengers will taki* the Express westwnrdly and She Mail esstanrdly. The FREDERICK TRAIN starts at ? P. M.. stopping at way stations. Leaves Frederick at').II A. M., arriving at Baltimore f* noon. The ELL1COT T'S MILL TRAIN leaves at 5.44 A. M., and 5.15 P. M. I.eave* Ellruott's Mills at? A. M. and 7 P. M., except Sunday. FOR WASHINGTON AND THE SOUTH. Leave Bait .nore for Washington at 4.l5and*J? A. M.,3and5.15 P. M. t?n Sundays at 4.15 A. M.. aud 5.15 P. M.only. Leave Washington for Baltimore at 6 and 8.91 A M.and Sand 4.2U P. M. On Sundays at 7 A. M., aud 4 20^ P. M. only. The first and fourth trains from Baltimore,and the second and fo jrth trams from W'ashington, will be express mail trams, stopping only at Washingtor J u not ion (.!id Aunapoiis Junction. The 9.15 and 5.15 trams from Baltimore ar.d the 8.S1 ami 4 a> Wains from Washington oonnect with tlie trains from Annapolis. For tiukcts, iiii(>rination, fare, Ao., apply to J. T. ENGLAND, Agent, at the Ticket ortioe, Caindec Station. WM. S. WOODSIDE, it IS-tf Master of Transportation. Baltimore. 'pdE PACIFIC MAH^STEAMSHIP COM One of the Steamships of this Company, carrying the United States Mails for ACAPUI.O, C A LI FOR NIA, and OREGON, leaves* Panama tw iue each month, on the arri-' val of the I 'nited States Mail S. S. Company's steam ers, which leave New Orleans aud New York regu larly on 5th and 20th of each month with the mails, and passengers oounecting via PANAMA RAIL ROADS. These steamships have been inspected and ap proved by the Navy Department, and guaranty spud and lafety. The Panama Railroad (47 miles long) is now com fileted from ocean to oonan, and is crossed iu S or 4 irurs. The l*ggareof pissengrrs in oheoked 111 New York through to San Francisco, aud passeugers are einlstrked at Panama by steamer at the company's expense. The tnouey paid m New York oovers ali exbenses of the trip. Reserve stean era are kept in port in Panama and San Francisco. I . prevent detention m cane of acci dent, so that the route is entirely reliabli~no fail ure having occurred m eight years. Passengers leave Pauama the same day they ar rive at Aspinwail. Conductors go through by each steamer, and take oharge of women and children without other proteo tors. For throiish tickets at the lowest sates applv at the agency, 177 West street, New York, to 1. W. RAVMOND,?or to ARMSTRONG. B \R R IS A CO., Jy H-tf C. L. BARTLET r Bosuli!*111 ~ ?' JJNITED STATES MAIL LINE ONLY REGULAR LINK ann without raiLutK foh ki^ht tkaes, to* CALIFORNIA AND OREGON VIA PANAMA RAILROAD. Rstular Smiling Days,5<A fans* of gmek month. Caotion.?So many frauds and imposi tions of various kinds have been tatelv< oerpetrated on travellers bound to CA 1.1 * FOR N I A, that the subsoritier. the only authorized Agent for passage bv the U. S. Mail Line, via Pana ma, in the oity of New York, feels it his duty to caution all persons seeking passage to California, that, to avoid imposition, they must be careful to find the true office of the Steamships of the U. S. Mail Line, via Panama Railroad, as no other effioe in New York is authorized to encage passage. The Companies have only one office in New York, which is at 177 \Vest street, oorncr of Warren street, fronting on the North River, at the head of the Owb pany's W harf. T-wm^ r. Kamrarar. *f Roxbarv, pastare vmi ft remedy ? TEST kims or imoi, from T4? Wtfll Str*/?i* rfesr* fe ? He hu tried it ia over elevea hundred oum, and MTir failed exoept m two oum, both rhunder lie rnor. He ha* now in tua poe*ee*ion over one hundred oertihaatee of ite valve, ail wittiuj twentj ?iJee of T%ro bottles ar* warranted to care * narwtag Sore . . Om to throe bottle* will ear* the wore! kind of ip.ee on the Feoe. ? ,, , ro or three boiliee will oiear the sy eten of Bilee. ro bottle* ere warranted to oure the worst tar 10 the Month and Stomaoh. hree to hve bottles are warranted to oare the worst kind of Erysipelas. ?. One or two bottles are warranted to oere all Hu mor in the Eyes. _ . Two botues are warranted to onre R unrnag of the Ears and Blotches anions the Hair. Four to six bottles are warranted to eare eorrapt and running L'losrs. One bottie will oure Scaly Eruptions of the 9km. Two or three bottles are warranted to cure the worst kind of Kins worm. Two or three bottles are warranted to core the most most deaperai* case of Rheumatism. Three to four bottles are warranted to oure Halt rheum. Five to eight bottles Will oare the worst aase of Berofuia. A benefit is always experienced from the first bot tle, and a perfect cure is warranted when the above quantity is takeu. Nothing looks so imerolable to ?hote who have la vaiu trivxl all the wonde-ful medio...cs ?.f the day. as that a oompion weed growing on the pasturee and along old stone wallc, should oure evert humoi in the system , yet it is a fixed fact. If you have a humor, it h&a to atari. There are uo IFS nor A N DH, bums uor ha'* about it suiting some oases, but?urf yours. 1 peddled over a thousand bottles of it in the vimiuty ol Hoston. I know the effect* of it iu every case. It has already done some m| the greatest cures ever one in Massachusetts. I gave it to otn'dren a year md, to oid eeopie of sixty. I have seeu poor, puny. W"riuy looking diiidien, wliote flesh wax soft and flabby, restored to a perfect state of health bv one nettle To those wb<> ars subject to a aiok headache, one bottle will always onre it. It gives great relief in aatarrh and dixxmess. Nini* who have taken it had lieen Costive for years, and have t>eeu rreu.ate<" by it. W here the body is sound it works quite easy, but where there is any derangement of tbe (unctions of nature, it will cause very smcular feelings, but you must not be alarmed; they always disappear in from four days to a week. There is never a hnd re sult froin it; on the oontrary, when that feeling is gone, you will feel your*e,f like a new person. I heard some of the inobt extravagant enoommins of it that ever man listened to. In uiv own practice I always kept it strictly for hu mors--out since us introduction its a xwueral family mediume, great and wonderful virtues have been found iii it that I never siinpeeled. Several oasesof epileptic fits?adise&se which wae always considered incurable, have been cured Iiy a lew liottles. O, what a mere* if it will prove effec tual in aU case* of that awful malady ?thereare but few who have seen more < f it than I bave. I know of several oases of Dropsy, all of them aged reople cured by it. For the vai ioua diseases of the .iver, Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Fever and Ague, Pain in the Side, Diseases of the Spine, and particularly lti Diseases of the Kidneys, Ac., the discovery has done more good than any medioine ever known. ? No chance of diet ever neoossary- eat the beet yoe oan g*t and euough of it. I)irictton* for Use.?Adults one table spoonful per day?children over ten yeara deasert spoonful? ohildren from hve to eicht yeara, tea spoonful. A* no directions oan l>e app'icabl* to all constitutions, take sufficient to operate on the bowels twioe a day. M ANCV ACTfSKIJ BT DONALD KENNEDY. .Vs. 120 WarrtH Sirut, Rozbury, AlajjachasstU. Agents for Washington.?Chas. Stott A Co., Z. Giiinan. Kidweil A l.a\ rence, J. H. Gardner, Burry A C??., D. Walsh A Co.. F. %. Walsh, J. P. Stone, Martin King, Nairn A Palmer, Sohwartx A Co., O Boswell, Daniel K. Clark, J. P. Miiburn, Dunbar Dyson, Ford A Hro. Agents for Georgetown.? R. S. Cissell, O M l.entham. J. L. Kid well, my S-ly AVtR'l Cathartic Pills, <SUGAR COATED.) I>< JOBL. The following rumedies are of fered to the public as the best, most perfect, win oh medical acienoe oan aflord. AYEH*S CATHaHTIC PILLS nave been prepared with the utmost skill which the medi cal profession of this age possesses, and their effects show they have virtues which surpass any combi nation of medicines hitherto known. Other prepa rations do more or less good; but this cures suck dangerous complaints, bo quick and so surely. as to prove an efficacy and a power to uproot disease lie yond any thing which meu have known before. By removing the olistruotions of the internal orcansand stunulatuiK thein into healthy action, thev renovate the fountains of life and vigor,?health courses anew through the body, and tfte siok man is well again. They are adapted to disease, and disease only, for when taken by one in health they produce but little effect. This is the perfection of mt licine. It is antagonistic to disuse, and no more l ender ohildren may take them with uirpunity. If they are sick they will cure them, if they are welltiiey will do them no harm. Give thein to some patient who hna l>een pros trated with bilious coiiip hint; see hu t<ent up. tot tering form s'raichtcn ? ith strength again ; >ee his long-Tost appetite return : see his c smmy features blossom into hen!th. Give thum tn some sufferer whose foul Mood has burst out in scrofula till his skin is ooveieil with sorr*; wun stands, or aita, or lies in anguish. He lies t.e*i: drenched inside and out with e\ery potion which incenuity oaiid sug aest. Give him these Pills, and murk the eflecrl ; se>? the scebs l.iii from his tMtdy ; see the new. fair skin that has grown under tkem . see tbe late leper that is clean. Give thom to him whoae angry humors have p.anted rheumatism in his joints ana bones; move him. and he screeches wth pains; he too has been aoaked throuch ever* musoieofhia body with knimenia and aalvea; i.ve him these Pill* to purify bis blood; they may not cure hiui, for. aias ! there are cases whicb no mortal power oanie?ch; hut murk, he wa ks with crutches now, and uow he ualk* alone; they have cured him. Give them to the lean, sour, haggard dyspeptic, whose Knowing stomach has Ioiik ago eaten every Mim e fr >m hif< face and ? very ijiUfcie from his b.nly. r'ee his appetite return, nnu with it his hea.tn: see the new man. See her that was radiant with health end loveliuess b asted ai d t<*> eat iy witnerinc away; want of exercise or mental anguish, or some iurkinc disease, has dornnsed the internal organs of dises tion ass.n.imt ion or secretuw.till tbev d?> their office ill. Her tilood is vitiated, her heaith is gone, (iivr her these I'ILLS to stimulate the vital principle Wito renewed vn or. to cast out the obstructions, and in fuse a nw vitality into the libtud. Now look again ?the rosea' blossom on her check, and where latel* sonow sftt.joy hurst* from avery feature. See the sweet infant wasted withwoima. Its wan, sickly features tell you without di .^uise. and painfully dis finer, that thrv aie eatinc its life iivai. Its pinohed up nose and ears, and lestless sl<*epinra, tell the dreadful truth in languHse whuth every mother knows Give it the I'tt.Ls in laiye doses to sweep these vne parasites from rue ls.d>. Now turn again and see the ruddy bloom of childhood Is it nothing to do these tiune*; Nay. are th?*v not the marvel of fhi age' And yet tney are done around you every da?. Have you the less serious mptoms of >hese dia tempers, the\ ate I he easier v*ured. Jaundioe t'oe fiveness. Headache, Sideaobe, Hearthurii. Foul Stomaeh. ^au^ea, Pain in the l?ow< ls. Flatulency, Loss of \ppetite, Khik's Kvil. Ne.i a Is ia. Gout,and kindred complaints all nrise fn in * '?? derausementa Winch tbe-e Pll.l.s rapidly curt. tlwili perse veringly, and under the ooiiiincI of humiJ Physician if you can; if uoi. lake I beta judiciously f.y ?uch ailviceas we *ive you, and the itistiosiug, danger ous diseases the) cure, which afflict so many mil lions of the ^ uinaii taee, are east out tike the devils of ml ? they must burrow in the brutes and iu the sea. Price cents per f'ox?5 Is-xes for |l. '/. I). GILM \ \, Wnshi.igtou: and ??> H. COOK A CO.. Alexandria, and all dealets in Modicine ever* where. d 9 4m PRIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE OTt Till PHISIOLOOICAL VIFW OF MARRIAGE. By M. B. Lx CROIX, M. D., Allsu.y. N. Y. 2tsi pages and 19* una Pls<& at d Colored Lithographs and Plate*. I CAPRICE ON LV 26 CENTS. ^31 ILT'Siai/r** afrostumo mil pan* iii Wmiea. Dr. M. B. l>a Croix'a Phyaiologioal View of Mar riaee. A new and revised edition of paces aud IS*' plates. Price 25 cents a oopy. A popular and com prehensive treatise on the duties aud o&Kualuea of single and married life? l.appy and fruitful t.M.anoea, mode of securing them?in'eiioitoua aitd infertile outs-their obvialion and removal- nervous debility, its causes and < re, by a process at once so simple, safe, and effectual, that failure is impossible?rules for daily management?an essav oil Sper matorrhcca. with praotioal ofiser vat ions on a safer and more successful mode o f treatment?precautiouary hints on the evil results from empinoal practice ; to which is added commentaries on th? diseases of fe males?from infancy to old are?each case cntg'.ioaJ ly illustrated by beautiful plate*. It'points out the remedies for those self-inflicted mi*er.cs and diaap pointed hopes so unfortunately prevalent in the young. It is a truthful adviser to the married, at.d those contemplating marriage. It* perusal is partio utarly recommended to persons enfertaininc secret doubts of their phy sical condition, and who are oou ?oious of hnviiis hazarded the health, happiness and privileges to wltieh every human being is entitled to. Pnoe ^5 cents per copy, or five copi*s for mail ed free of poster to an* part of the Lnited Mates, h* addressing Dr. LA CROIX, (post paid,) Alliany, New York, enclosing ??*> cents. N. B. Those who preier may oonault Doctor |LA CROIX upon ar^y of the diseases upon whioh Ins book treats, either personally or by mail. His medi oines often oure in the *hoit space of atx days, and completely and entirely eradicate all traces of those disorders which ooptiva and oul>eb? bave so lone been thought an antidote, to the ruin of the health of the patient. His " French Secret" i* tbe great oon uir musiii. *i is r rsucu aewei i* ine great con tinental reraed* for that olass of disorders which un fortunately, physicians treat, with meroory, to the irretrievable destruction to the patieut'* constitu tion. and whieh all the aarsapanlla in the world ean not oure. irr- of&oe No. J1 Maiden lAne, Allany, N. V. feh 14- It THE SI IN iiS TTK SCOTLA \ D, With the en graved rtitisic,and Piano^?rte accompaniments, by Graham, Mudie, Dilslen, Dun,and other eminent musician*. Complete in one large volume. rich!y bound, and eotitaininr al?out three hundted melo dies, beautifully engraved. Price $6.?u. Imported from Edinburg, by d 29 F R A N C K TAYLOR. ALMANACII DKOOTHA; Anneal re Diplo matique et Statistique Dour I'anneo 1B58. The Rosal Kalendar for IR5B, a Register for Eng land, Hoot land, Ireland and the Colonics ihe British Almanac and Companion for IRS* J FR ANCK TaS ? OR. r'OKK FOR SALE. ' Hnperior COKE, in any qusntitv. now for ?*le. nquire, without delay, at the omoe of the Uu Light d'^-dtV J. P. BROW V Secretary. Xiftoellaneoiu. The f rant of land m*4? by the ao< of r.watl -pproved Ms, 15,IMi, to theT*ute of IO\V aTo^SV in th?i construction of cwrtam railroads tliereii. rim tioued, ha vine been so fur adjusted a* to sathorias the rtlMM frotn withdrawal of the >ande herata erter described, MTut ii *sr?6p thatT1 the ?*nt cftred land a heretofore withdrawn fWna I roBt** ?'""4 raiiroeda who* >? out aide of tt* mi/ti on ?aol> aide of lbs aa.J r"*d?. ? 'tuatwd id tbs under mentioned towns*.?s Wttiob have not l*en selected in virtue of said irut \ iU} r trsnt iMUla bl Cull/rasa or .era'ii which were subset to !KS#.T2M o' withdrawal, wiL be re Stored to private entrj on ihe dsi a and at the r.iaoes ??2arajffw!!It? ?/ "" m?imu? of ooi.Hr ana i wenty five or ait 5 ai* M; #. u> wit: At th? land oftoeat DI RfuO ot. Mondat la? 13th day of Kef.uar, next. ?,t: ? i<># North of the bate hm*a*d emit #/ ,4, *,,4 pa/ mrrthmn 1 T?*rnah 1 pa 85, K. ?7. W. ?? arxt 91. ?,f , Townships 85. g6. C7. 8K. and iH.nt nuiee * " fTownships 84, *5. M>, and <7, t?f mi |? ownshms *4 and 85. of tardea 4, s, and t>. o wnahi p M. of range 7. A'erf4 of ?*<? ban lint and ?r??f ef the fifth prin cipal men J mm Townchipa 86. t* 87. 89. *>. nod ?1 ?f ranee 1 TownahipaUS. 86 ?7. 89. *1, hi, 9Z. and <*4, o7ret.es 2 I owiiah 1 pa Hi. mi, ?7. *s. 9U. 91. and 93. of raneea 3. 4. Mid 5. Township* 84, 85, 86. rr. 88. 80. s?l. Hi, and <fc. Of range 6. Townships &S, 86,87, ?.W>, HI.M3, and 95. of 7.8,9. lu. !U2 la and 14. *?. 01 raata. 1 slncue1h 'p* to" **'r:' **'aiMl ** nt r%n*M ?. ?. ?. W, 91, 92. and *?. of ran4M 17 At th? l*ind odice st FOKT m S Mol.\K4 00 >1 <>ndH), tbe I5ih dn> of i aUuar) next, % is Svttk ?/ thr '-ajf i tmt am J tmtl af 14# fifth pria ttpml miriiiaa '< uwiialupa 77,7M, no. mi, a, and 83, of nntaa I and Towaabipa r? ao. si. a.,d B2. of ran(a 3. Towaahipc HI an<l as. ?.| rxn^ea 4. 5. 6. and 7. Suit* 0/ (If Lm*r limr nnj w, n of tkr fifth prim tipnl m'Ttrhan ' Townabips 77. W'. 81. 8.'. and ?3. ..f ranpa I. a,?d 5"rn"h,P" *'73'T>'m' **' awd Ki* ol rnn<** 5 I "Wimhip* 7*i. 77. no. *|, kj. and Ki ??: rant;* 4. T-wnshipa76.77 . 7H. Hn.bl. u, Mini Ki. of rancea S Hll?I ba anl'sW"","P* X'' " n' T>' W' anJ ? 7 Town-hipa 76, 77. 78, TH, K. a mi ?3, ..f ranr? 1. r- waaliipa 77. 7m. 7?, ?. and W. <?( ranee I". V'n' 7"' H' *<a' *,ld 01 1 ?? rcWMiiipt 7h. 77. 78, 79, HI. U, 80. and KS. of raacM 17. 18.19, and Jt. Townahip. 7?> "7. T*. 81. Hi. Ki. *>,<] 8S. ofranre 41. 77? 7,t- ?. "2- ran^ea ?? HT)fl ?T>. Township. 7f,.TT.T". an. 81, ?.?.ai?d 85. o| ran<e. ?, ard "JH. T..wnahir, 78.77. T?. ?<.*!.?. 84 and ?. of ran?e?7. ^ ^ ??,?,?. and 85. of rancea JH, and 31. Townships 76. 77. 7H. ?n. 81. ra. and 83 of ran* e ? ^Townships 76.77,79. nr. 81, u:, VS. and M, of ranire .C,V Ith? 'Vt? "r CHARITON on M?nda>. ths ISth day of t* eliruar) next, vix: Sonk a1/ tht bn*t tinr amd wmtaf thr fifth prim cipal mmidtam. Towtiahip 73. of raiije 1. T..wi,ahi pa 7i. 73. 74, and 7V of ranre 3. Townships 6K. ff?. 7!.n. 7H. 74. and 75. of ranvs S. Townah p, ?7. w. f??. 71. 7V. 73.74. and 7S. of rang* 4. Townah,pa 67. ?*. ?w. 7n, 7*, 73. 74, and 75. of ranrea 5, 6. ami 7. a r,Tn:>?." ^2'*"?" ^ W. 7?. ??<!of ranees 8.% I?". II, 12. 18. and 14 ^Townah.pa 6-7. 71. 72,74. and 75. of ran?* TownKhipt. 67, ?. ??. 7n. Tl. 74. and 75. of rati** 1?. t-,T,1W,amk"7S'*^' 71 ? *?7*- and ??f ran??? ITj Is, 19, and 3n. ^ Townahi pa 67. ?, m.m. 73. 74 and 75. of rants M. ? J"'. 71' "? 74' *n^ 75- '"4N 23.24. A. 36. IT, 9, SB, IP*, 31. &, and 33. F<'RT IX?DGK.on Tussdap the 2w dar of F e)>ruary next, tix: North of the ba*r limr nmd vrtt of tht fifth prin. ripal meridian Townships 86 87. 88.HI. and <W. of rn,,fs 19. /yy ?. M. w, and ?. of rai:K?s ?. 81, Townships 86. 87. 88. and ?C. of rinse 24 * **' *'? 91?.of ran?ss ^Townships 86. 87, and 88, of ran*ea 2?. 30, J|, 3*. and ,tALLh?i^<'o?0*?* RIOUX CITY on Tuesda* the 23d of Fel>ruar) n xt.vix: North of the 6a*c Im> and vitofthr fifth prtmfi pal meridian. Townships 86, 87. and 88, of ranss 31. Townshipa 87 and 88. ?f ranres fc and T7. T??wiiships 86 and 88. of ranees 38, *. and ?>. Township 9i, of r? ik*4I. Townahip 9". of rnnse 42. T?32lt,p%2B- V' ,l"<, mj.?r nn*? ?? "? ^ ?? Township 86.of ranee 46. At the I^nd Office at COTNCII. Bl t'FFM on Tuesday, the twenty-third day of February nsar. North of thr bate tine nmd *e-e$t a} ike hfth prin rrpal meridian aSTEteSrSSiSS-** "? "? "? zxizz- "? ?* ?? ??? *? *r*'ZlW2\2i7,i,n' "? '4-?? *? "? ?? ?'??. "? "?w- "? ttEVrtB ??*?"?* ??". & 5 as a ?.?. &??!?> "??? "?*? 1?'7l-73'7,?5-77' ?? "?? ?? ?. U.K."" fewit'U'i1? *< <?? 81. ?2. iiid 85, of mr.ee 44 7 * r.?hi|?* 79, 8ji. 8i, HQd ^5 ranes 45 Township R5. of ranee a6. Ciiyen under my hand, at the city of Waatunetir this twenty.fourth day of December, ar.no ii In L' one thousatid eieht hundred and fcfi> -seven " * _ THOR. A.aRNbTlcl'9. * of tianerai Land (iffto*. \\ li.UM AN'i* Law of fKtRrH ni> Tj. fure.and Pr.ze 1 volume, Loadon * *' 1 hompsoii a U? i o| War. adeotine slm.Din* at i ?oinmeiee. 1 volume. I^.nd..n * aaipp4n?anll d?.n "Aok tto* R'tbtsof Neutrals, I volume. Lon *<????. ? voi JStv t, um. c?. l.?V.Mlon f N,'f',','"',,> p,,!,'on ar,d Horne. 1 volume, do!"""'' " UlUul' ^..naul's Manual. | volume. Lol I.or^i'on." Br,fuh Consul's Hand Book. 1 volume. Grean on Consular Serv ice. i pamphlet i London. /Intofchfru tiie Laa of Natiuua. <p >mphlet i l.otid n. vu"' Mens haw's Manual for I tnted Stales Consuls eeulatu.ua for I mted gt.ites Consuls. 1 loluine. riuiiinore on Internat.onal lAw. l volume. 9vo. London^ * lutaraat'oua' Ijiw. 2 voltuM, ?va, VVheatoii'a lntej-nationa! Ijiw.1 volume. Kfliott s Diplomatic Code. 2 volume*. 8vo. vJi'iiaJsriciV''"*-p" '? "? """??? ?if^.Vrri? "* I V..|. plN-h.-lh^., Kuropaeane, 1 vnlntue. &JXV?S.mmmi des Ju<" u# C<M" Jiismar'UM"m d< i,r,Hi jes Keaht U.lie, Lai'J?5rMa*"Bl I,fal"?u? Consulat, 1 voi ^Martens?tiuide Diplomatmue, 2volU!ne?, Leip ^H?Z"1??FC'M"~4" "? .1^ . sea et Causes Ceiebres du Droit ai ? volumes, f.eipzic. ^ M?r??il-1)M Aeenta CouauUurcs, 1 volume, ft De Cu>*j ?Dictiona.re do Dip ..mate. **" '* FRAM'K TAV1.UK. ITMTKD STATKS PATKN'T OFFICK ^ **MiSiiToji. January 8th! l?ta. On the petition of Cliaa. lato of koi bur> l onn prajm* lor the exfe.iM,.,, of a Mtalf ? railed to himon ihe 9th o| March, IM44 for aT ^ provem?'rit in "li?ii* Kull^r Fal.ric." veara from the ex pi ra maof aaid patent, which takes pla<^ on ihe "HI, <U? o| Mar. h, IRW "?h*a rit'en/'nZ?1, lh-' ^'Itlou l? |1#*r<l ?, fLw ?i i j ? i l. "" "lb of Maroh ueii Vanr ??.HUd "r" ***** "H' r anu s:m?u oflUhP, if m w the% imv** m l.? ualA -T tit' not t..|^ eran'ed * ,A,<1 ?* hIc miThTIs'J^7u X'"T^ ar* required to ' ? 11 111 Inut t Wf?nt f iia%H uLedit'thj'"1!, Sledtf either p .rt? t.. tw ?e,T ,n L l r iV l,rnr,,:? ^,u", '**?-???< tranamii w 'l L lTrM -Vl'T *,Ul V r?:?a??f the olt.oe, wfc.oi. ??V ? [ 1,11 ' 0,1 nf ttkJ11 MHIj m tht* oa?f w.ll he on th# ?2,t ? l'f*M?^*ti<?n? ami oilier relied trU niUbt be bled in the t rtce on or ! r^hMmtnuog o| tliat d.i> ; Hi# auuinont*, ii aid> . ?i'h'n bve da> a thereafter. ' l?rdered. also, that thts notice t.e puh'iahed in the Kvenins Star, Waainneton. 1) C.; and Daily Nt-wa. l ork. iMioe a twit lor thre?- siioooaaivs weeks previous to the 8ih of M^rch next, the oi hearin?. Jm>KI'H HOLT. Coiuiuisaioner o| l'stenta. P. 8. Fditors of the aliove papcra will pl?4iae oop> and seud theu- bills to the Patent < tlhoe.with a papaj 'v.i.taiiiinr IhiH noiioo. land lasts r i K ' Fm MtA r K^ V *??*? l??r M u..<? hy \,v I har e? %iarkn?v V-Soeiitn. Ballads and l.yriual P?^m.; h, Charles Ma^a,. 2ft r?-nti. The flalamandrine; b* Charles Ma.-kay, 25 ??ants. Leeendaolthe |?lea;\,y Cuarles Ma.ka) ^ori.ts. oeiite.?*s ,h? Crcwd; b, Char.es >1^ . I 25 c"u^'4frWni U" Mountains, by Charles Maok?. TWrV^S^*- hI_rj5!"r't* Mmkv. a oen's. W Charles Maikay.25 cents. ~S2jgy.x "tSiiXr"' ~ ian 2 tf ^I"?? * MAUtVI iM *'?' Bookstore, near 9th street. M'wSIIIKAT!-WI\CK MK AT *! w h, oh oannioi U s'ur^aedr Mlu^ 4 a a?, m Bt RCMtiLL. am 9?nm ^ ***" *** V ?rwwtt hv^p.