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WHOLE NO. 613. WASHINGTON. D. C., MONDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 27,1856. TUB DAILY AiHlCAIT OkfAR la paUiahad ?v?ry (exeept Has. xF>) at eocnar of Uuuwtt IHMM and Talk atra^ m4 I is Ulnnt to eity RAMhm (Mnkb ts Mm ? ?tan) at ?* onti per wmL SUgts aopy, 1 eaat I, Mail su been bars, $8 00 par mum, or $8 00 tor mix months, always i> idiun | uw or mi Flvs lines or Im% om iawrMM. M < OMsmI Um. f tMto. itach additional iaamttaa, half of ?a above Displsysd ?4il?Hwi eku|MwSET THE WIIH.T 1MUIOAII ORG A If Is published every Satarday, on ike following Term*. 1 NU,0Mjltf..|l 00 1 1 aopy, ? months .$1 00 H oepM, om ysar. 5 00 8 eopha, ? months.B 00 X> *Viw, oneyenr.18 00 | 10 oopiae, ? months.8 001 MP Paymaats always is advanss. urn or inrimiiN, 1m sects pa. us* for rsch insertion. Kf All oomumnioattons oo busiasss oonnected. with this papsr must be dlnstsd to ths u .dmsriaml i'rgtHx." Washington eity, snd be post-paid. ? tw All advertisements for the " 6roan" shouldl be Landed Into ths office before twetvs o'clock, ML, i '?W day of pubhatka. "Against the insidious wils4 or foreign infiaenoe?I 1 conjure You to bsllsvn ms, fsllow-oltisen#?the jssl-l ?usy of a free people ought to be constantly swsks;l *ine? history Slid ezpenenoe prove, that foreign in-| 'Inane* is one of the moat baneful foes of al jj'j T?m want."? Wajkinalon. -1 hope we may And some means, is fetus, of. alnelJing ourselves from foreign influenoe, political,! cooimsrdsL or in whatever form it may be attempted.I H can scarcely withhold myself from Joining in *h+l wikh of Silas Dean -4 that there were as oeeaa of fire| fjetwoen thla and tha old world. TO all tuat vai.uk tiieir siciit.I W lull B? to call tho n Mention of all thatl suffer with defective sight, caused by age,[ &ickuees, and pa: Ueularly from glasses injudiciously I selected, to hie superior SoaetacFes and UIsaacs, care-1 lullv ground by himself to a true spherio&l accuracy, f and brilliant tnuispareoay, suited precisely and ben eficially ts the wearer, according to tha Otnftivity orl convexity of the eye. Very numerous are the ill I ?*lloc(.i caussd to the precious organs of sight from I the commencement ol usingglussesin not being pre-1 ciaely suited, by the use of an optometer; and the I l>racase of many yeara enables him to measure thel loual disease of the eyes, and such glasses that are I ?>beoh>tely required w>!l be fursished with precision! uu l satisfaction. I J. T. acknowledges ths rmrr liberal enooarage rmunt already obtaiued, sod further solicits the pat lou&ge oi thoss that have not yet availed the *ifhi#aid. . ?'<vm>Q? that cannot conveniently call, by sending the glasses in use, sod stating how many inches they can nad this print with their epectsSles, can be sup plied with such that will improve their sight. Circulars to be bad gratis, at bis office, No. 818, ereOth street, three doora from Odd-Fellows' Hall, p stairs. Innumerable tostiwaaiak to be seen, and refer-1 ' ncea given to many who hare derived the greatest rjoee and comfort from Hs glasses. WiuiMoroir, If. C., June 18,1854. . To persons who ha** have had the eight of their i-yes so impaired as to require the use or Glasses, 1 ?oald reoemmeudMr. John Tobias ss a saitabls per ?mi from who?"id obtain Such Qlasses as they may I lequire, g~ *" | M| * | mi " " lor a Mum HHH | BH| ??7 muoh by a service of 'years in ths Post Office I lVportsiea% wbiofe berth required me to be on duty irons J1 o'clock at oisht till after day, during which 'iaes 1 used but one light. W. A WALKER. MOOOJU.TK OaraorASDio Imrmmos, April, 1884. After uio^t careful examination of Mr. J. Tobias's U lasses, 1 an/ enabled to imtify that their hardness, cl xness, polisNgg, ^ vxact optical shape, render tLeui particularly' retooimendable to those whose merely optical impairment of the eyes are in want of uch auxiliaries. 1 consider, moreover, Mr. Tobias [ ullr quaHHed to determine the focus of ths eye, both bv hie optical Knowledge experience, and hy means of his ?stom?ter. fit addition, I can further atate that Mr. Tobias has supplied some of my pa tients wit'u Glasses, to their and iny aatisfsotion. LOUIS BADBB. M. O., I hysicion and Burgeon, Berlin; Member of the Royal Collwe of Boweona, England: Member of the Med ical t ociety orLondon, and or the Pathological So ciety of Star York; lata Surgeon of the Koysl Or thopaidio InaOtution of Manchester, England, and Surgeon of ths B. O. Institution. Copy of a testimonial which appeared iu the Daily American Organ, May 21, lb85, from Judge V. Ellis, (la.e editor:) " L'swing suffered for many yeara past with weak nees of the eyas, and that defect of vision whieh re sults from s too constant and intense use of these transitive organs, we were led to make a trial oi To bias's new and Improved discovery for thfteyee, whose name beads Uiissr4cle. We asw them rsoommsad ed by sandiy gontlemea of Virginia, whom ws know, and therefore nad less hesitation in making ths ex periment. Wo aTe more thaa plaessd with the arti cle. We read with less fhtigue with these leas thaa ny we bad ever tried before; snd w4 sse more dis inutly.vith them. Without meaning to disparage the 'claims of otbera, who have made improvements in ,rii>ectaole Lens, we deem it but just to make the i above statement. Mr. Tobias reaidee on Seventh Mtreet, opposite the National Intelligencer office." Lynchsobo. November 1, 1854. From m examination of Mr. Tobias's Glasses and from his observations and remaarks, am convinced <bat he is s maUful opticish. J. 43. BLACKFORD, M. D. IfoaroLK, Va., Jnly 8T, 1854. la the experieu^ of even two years, I have found rgreAt difficulty in ^btsiuing Spectacles that were ex- j actiy adapted to the wsskneas of my aight This in convenience Mr. Tobias seems to nsrs removed for ' the present by the substitution for me of better snd !more Suitable 0lasses. They sra clear, chryabtl-like, land comfortable to my eyes. I would commend him *? those who, from age or other infirmity, reuulre artificial aid in this way. J. J^nlKlNS M. D. : The pair ot .Spectacles you tarnished me yee '- ?rdas are particularly satisfactory to me. They are verylewidaoly the best I possess, and I am the owner or nine Paira carefully selected in diffsrent places, and from optioians recommended to me on ?Mr-oupt of their professional standing in France Eng lAi/d, and H e United Statss. I hsve Seen also pleased with yaur marks snd directions on the treatment ?.?< the ey?i .oi the purposs of preesrving and impro jaz tha aitfht. lUispeeihilly yours. 088. CALDWELL, Profoaisr of*. C., Louisville, Ky. ur. J. Tosia*. ' W MMiwwolt, August 8,1855. i.sving bean for yeats under the necssity of hav ing two sets of glasses -one for nee in the daylight, a .d one for lamplight -I procured one set frr<m Mr | JobtkS, whioh answered both purposes. I have used nis for fciysral months, snd find them excellent. ?DWARD 8TUBB8 OTWpwtmentofrfui rsTSRSBTTsa, October 81 1854 .\tMisftdre years ago, I ehtained Oooi Mr Tvbian in Washington, a pair of Glanaee for the Speotaeles ?,hiek 1 need, and fonnd tksot ot grent assistance to, ?y dseaying vision; nad opinien of him is thai I bn is skiltuli a the MO^SNtion of glasses for tree | not too far gone to be bsasfitad by sash aid. ^ J. T. MAY. Se% for mare testimosdalrj ths I Asg 15?ly style. Will be sold at '>(h#r eitr atOpsMta ?uring sa tUfWi reaMsass SS a I dnm tseos Apytr at tlis aMUa, aug f Pl?t(vra ?f Ike American Party, adopted at the session or Ike National Council, FalfwrrllM, I860. 1H. An bumble acknowledgment to the Su preme Being, for Hit protecting cere vouchsafed to our fathers In their successful Revolutionary struggle, and hitherto manifested to us, their de scendants, in the preservation of the liberties, tbo iadependeuM, and the union of theee State*. 2d. The porpetuation of the Federal Union, aa the palladium of our oivil and religious liberties, and the only sure bulwark of Amerioan Indepen dence. 8d. Atnericant tnust rule America, and to thia end, naltve-born citjkens should be selected for all State, Federal, and municipal offices or government employment, in preference to all others: never 4th. Persona born of American parents residing temporarily abroad, should be entitled to all the rights of native-born citizens; but 5th. No person should be selected for political station, (whether of native or foreign birth,) who recognises any allegiance or obligation of any de scription to any foreign Mince, potentate or power, or Who refbses to recognise the Federal and State Constitutions (each within its sphere) aa paramount to all other laws, as rule* of political action. 8th. The unqualified recognition and mainte nance of the reserved rights of the several States, and the cultivation of harmony and fraternal good will, between the citisens of the several States, and to this end, non-interference by Congress with questions appertaining solely to the individual States, and non-intervention by eaoh State with the affaire of any other State. 7th. The recognition of the rteht of the native born and naturalised citizens of the United States, permanently residing In any Territory thereof, to frame their constitution and laws, and to regulate their domestic and aocial affaire In their own mode, subject only to the provisions of the Federal Con stitution, with the privilege of admiaaion into the Union whenever they have the requisite popula tion for one Representative in Congress. Provided alvku/t. that none but those who are citizens of the United States, under the constitution and laws thereof and who have a fijed residence in any such Territory, ought to participate in the forma tion of the constitution, or in the enactment of lawB for said Territory or State. 8th. An enforcement of the principle that no State or Territory ought to admit others than citL Jtens of the United States to the right of suffrage, or of holding political office. 9th. A change in the laws of naturalization, making a continued residence of twonty-one years, of all not hereinbefi^re provided for, an indispensable requisite for citizenship hereafter, and excluding all pauper^ and persons convicted of crime, from land ing upon our shores ; bat no interference with the vested rights of foreigners. 10th. Opposition to any union between Church and State ; no interference with religious faith, or worship, and no teat oaths for office. 11th. F reo and thorough investigation into any and all alleged abuses of public functionaries, and a strict economy in public expenditures. 12th. The maintenance and enforcement of all laws constitutionally enacted, until said laws shall be sepealed, or shall be declared null and void by competent judicial authority. 18th. Opposition to the reckless and unwise policy of the present administration in the general management Of our national affairs, and more es pecially as shown in removing "Americans " (by designation} and conservatives in principle, from office, ant placing foreigners and ultraists in their places; as shown in a truckling subserviency to the stronger, and an insolent ana cowardly brava do towards the weaker nowera; as shown in re niog sectional agitation, by the repeal o# the louri Compromise; as shown in granting to un naturahaed foreigners the right of suffrage in Kan sas and Nebraska; as shewn in ilivadBatingcourse on the Kansas and Nebraska question; as shown in the corruptions which pervade some of the de portments of the government; ss shown in dis gracing meritorious naval officers through preju dice or caprice ; and as shown in the blundering mismanagement of our foreign relations. 14th. Therefore, to remedy existing evils, prevent the disastrous consequences otherwise re sulting therefrom, we Would build up the " Ameri caa party" upon the principles hereinbefore stated 10th. That each State Council shall have autho rity to amend their several constitutions, so as to abolish the several degrees, and institute a pledge of honor, instead of other obligations for fellow ship and admission Unto the party. 16th. A free and open discussion of all political . principles embraced in our platform. BUSINESS CARDS. W. S. WEST, Practical Architect and Superintendent, FURNISH KM designs for all kinds of pri vate and public buildiafts; also, contracts and superintends the same. Office 7, 9 and 11, Washington Place, (Seventh Street, between D and E streets,) WASHINGTON, D. C. sep 99?ly C. HI VAN PATTEN, M. 1>. Surgeon Dentist, Offic$>f^$ar Brown'? Hotel, Penn. Avenue. Charges New York and Philadelphia prices, and rniarantoes hia work to be equal to auy done in those lilies. mar W?ly DRESS AND CLOAK MAKING7 Mas. C. V. JOHNSTON, Twelfth street, aouth of Pennaylvania avenue, (next door to Squire Clark'a Magiatrate'a office,) at Hrs. Bangs's. Whe will cut and basts, eut Linings and Pattern*. driwWT -1 y PUBLIC BATHS. l%TO. 350 C street, in rear of tha National I w Hotel. Open from 6 A. M. to 10 P. M. may 17?ly J. W. 1IARNECLO, DBALBB IN Foreign nnd I>omestio Dry Woods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Ac., 3S3 Seventh eireet, be* teen H and I etreiu^ WASanrcoa, d. o. N. B. All articles sold aie warranted to provs ss rep )an IT?tf JAMBS H MM1TH, Wholesale and retail dealer in all kinds of Cigars, Tobacco, Snnff, Pipes, Banff Boxes, Fine-cat, Chewing, nnd Smoking To* bacco. Pennsylvania Avenue, under Willard'* Hotel, next door to entrance. aov It?6m a. owns. a w. owan. E. OWEN k SON, Military and Naval MERCHANT TAILORS, Pennsylvania Avenue, between 1Mb and 16th streets, Wash moron, D. 0. ? Naval and Military uniforms executed in the style. mar J-dtf Ul PACKING, BELTING, HOSK, sM Gaskets kept oonotantiy sa hand and for sale ky < . T. M. MoCORMlCK * CO., Alexandria, Virginia, "* Agents for the Boston Betting Company. Je IM Wi . K. W. FA RDF. N, i Attorney at Law, ffiW IA, poantios in tkeeenrteof Washington and pmeeeate claims before foe Swreral Depart f the OsSsral flwwiitiest thirl floor No. 491, Seventh street, opposite Wsshtngt? Plaea ap H <tn I T** hydman rbcipbn I? I?*fTL"? PlXF*. prAynred in the Tempi? of Health, ud for ages formed ? almost the sole median* used in th? Kmc Tbeae I preecripUona am perfectly simpi?, aoJ u?ay b? put I Up at an J drug .tore at a trifling ooat. Some* of them larc |>arti?julurly applicable ia Consumption, Soro fu ll* Liver Affections, Impurity of the Blood, Ac. Others remuT, Syphilis, Secret Uimki, Itch, Nervous Diseases, Costivenees, Ac., iu an alniost in! I credibly short time, that with plain printed direc | tious, on the receipt of ".'ft oeuts ? t WM. FRANKLIN, *-*/ Bok rn, Albany. N. V. FO* TWBNTY.HVI CENTS. |HE Recipe for Mlting the Wpn drons Panacea. a cure for Almost ereryi Jofdiaeeae,foroaly25oenta. It reedi)y sellsL ur |8 per bottle, and the recipe alone id worth_J 126. A goodfcmily newspaper sent for one year tTwilliamh. J Jnne21~ly? Albany, Now York. H . nsw and oaair Saddle, Harness, and Trunk Store, lM,8eo*nth 8ir?t oppoaiU OdtlFellow' Hall. mfESMtS. TOPHA* (late of Pklladel. if* phis) and NORPLET (of this city) respect fully anuounoe to their friends and the public, lliat they have oominencod the Saddling Business at the above stand, where they a ill make and keep con | staniiy on baud a large snd superior sssortment of? Mens', Ladies', and Boys'Saddle# Bridles, Martingales, and Whips Harness of every description, both for city and country use All kinds of Trunks, Valiees, and Carpet Bagt 1-adiea Satchels, Trarelling Baskets, snd Fancy Work Boxes 3 Horse Blankets, Covers, Collars, and Hemes Horse, Spoke, and Dust Brushes Cards, Curry-combs, Sponges, Ac. All material used trill be the best that can be ob | tained; andkoth of up b*ving beeu practical work men for several year?, we (eel conQdeu t that our work cannot be surpassed, either for style or durability. By unremitting efforts to give satisfaction, we hope to merit, and respectftilly solicit, a share of public patronage. Particular attention paid to covering Trunks, and repairing all kinds of work. Saddlers' Tools constantly on hand. gov 8?ly ?? STOVES, URATES, &c. HE sakserfber begs leave to inform his numerous patrons and the public gone ral ly Washington, Georgetown, snd surrounding country ^at he hoa juirt received the very largest OftATJBS, EANQK8, and ut>T A1R FURNACES ever before offered in this market, to which we ask an examination, feeling assured that l ror durabuty of casting*, economy ik consumption of ftiel, beauty of design, snd simplicity of construc tion, they are not equalled. Having^pewooally selected this stock from the most oalebrited Northern and Km tern foundries with a single eye to the usa, not the sali of the ar ticle, customers fan rely upon fair dealings and fair prices in all cases. I name in part? Chi I son's Hot-Air and Ventilating Furnaco. Howard, Bartlett k Co.'a Portable Pot furnace. A. 8. Molt s -Invincible" Tnbnku-Oven Ranee. M. Pond's Union Double Own Range. Beebe's Range. Improved Latrobe, Feiaour, Hot-Air Parlor, and Gas-Burner Stove, for boating the room in which it ia set and the roem above, a very beautiful ornament for the parlor, taking up no room, and consuming uo more fuel than a common radiator. "Invinoible" Cooking Stove. Tubular Oven, for icoal or wood j which for durability of cuiin^o, econ ,oiny ia consumption of ftiel, and tlie superior mauner in which it performs its duties is the very best cook ing stove extant. I ask an elimination of my list iof references and lettera of recommendation, num bering five hundred residents of this cltv, who huvo this unsurpassed stove in ose. Nsw World Cook, a pretty pattern and excellent opemtor. Blue Ridge, a heavy artiole and good baker. Victor Cook, flat top, for ooal or wood, a beautiful I pattern, and heavy; a new cook, manufactured iu Trov, New York, iuat received. Morning Star, for coal or wood, with summer ar rangement in hearth, and roaster behind. Light street Complete Star, for coal or wood, with out summer arrangement in hearth, very heavy. Victor Complete Cook, Cook's Favorite. Kitchen Companion, Planter, Emporium, Fanny Forrester, and a number of other patterns of cook stoves. Parlor, cook, and dining room stoves. Chamber stoves, open and clogs front#, in thirty different styles. Hall and Office Cannons, all sizes and qualities. Russia Sheet and Cast-iron Radiators, Ac., l'or par lors, all patterns. ^ Parlor and Chamber Grates, from the very best manufacturers In New York. Builders will do well to examine this department. Together with a general assortment of all requi sites f#r toe kitchen and dining room. Ail goods delivered free of charge to any part of the District at my risk. Tin and sheetriron work made to order by compe tent workmen. Old accounts will be settled before opening new oneS. TVrms positively cash, unless otherwise agrerd upon at the time of sale. My store will be kept open until ten o'clock, P. M., for the special accommodation of those who cannot make it convenient to call during the day, where the Isame assiduous attention will be paid in giving all ?information required. JAMES HKIRVINO, Washington Stove Depot, No. 267, S. E. corner Peun. av. and 11th sts. sep 17?lm TIIE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE AGE I WOOD'S Tii air uksto H ATI V E. SIS Astonishing and Ifiiequaled prepa ration turna hair back to its original Air, after having become gray, and reinatatea it in all its original health, lustre, aoftnesa, and beauty; re moves at one* dandruff from the scalp, and all un pleasant itching, as well as all cutaneous eruptions such u Scald hoads, Ac., and hence creates a per fectly healthy state of the scalp, by acting m a jtiinu jantfand tonic to the organs necessary to supply color ing matter to the hair, and completely restores them to their original vigor and strength, and thus pre vents all tendency to become gray. It also prevents the hair from becoming unhealthy, and'falling off. and brings it out where it ia gone by reenecitstiug the organs neoeesary to Supply nutriment, health, and coloring matter to it, and lieuoe acts as a perf.-ot Hair Invigorator and Tonic. 0IUM.MTOWW, Mass , Aug. 9, 18515. Nottungbut a duty and sympathy that I feel to communicate to others who are afflicted menced using it, my hair WM quite gray, and in spite entirely bald. I have now used the Restorative about five months, and my hair ia entirely changed t<f\ts original color, brown, and the new hair is over three inches In length on the Boots where It wm bald. I have also been much gratified at the healthy mois ture and vigor of the hair, whichjbefbre was dryTlad it has ceased to come out u formerly. Respectfully, yours, 4?., Mrs. R A. STODDARD. _ WAviaroRo, I rof. O. J. Wood : With confidence can I recom mend your Hair Reetorative as being the most effica cioua article t ever saw. I have nsed the Wrtnane and many other preparations of the day, allV^BTef. foe*. Since using your Hair Reetorative, my hair and whiskers, which wars almost white, have gradu alty grown dark, and I naw feel confident that a few more spt>hcations will restore them to their natural 001?^ ? alao has relieved me of all dandruff and nnpteeiaaBt lotting, so common among persona who perspire On* ly. ? ? J.^TkILBV. Address O. i WOOD A CO., lift Br<?dwav, N. Y., and 114 Market street, St. Louis, Mo. For tale In Weatington, by CHARI.RH 8TOTT A 00 , and by all Drnggtits. ian ?- tf ? BDR. JOHNSTON, ALTIMORE Lock Hospital, hu lie . <*1JTe?Kl 0,8 oertain, speedy tad effectual remedy iu the world fbr ?????? n IS EASE OF IMPRUDENCE. Holief in six to twelve hoars. No Mercury or Notioui Drvyt. WA cure warranted, or no charge, in from one to two dsri.jH Oleets.^ Strictures, SemintI Weakness, Pains in the IjOina Constitutional Debility, 1m potency Weak neee of the Back and Lirnbe, ?f the Dyspepsia, Nervous Irritability, Disease of the Head. W Nose or frikin8")- *" ^OB?tteric?" ? *ud meiarichoiy disorders *n*,nR from the destructive habits of youth which des trey both (body and mind. Those*s^m and solitary practices more fatal to their victims than the sou* of the Byrens to Uie mariners of Ulysses blighting their most brilliant hopes or anticipations rendering mairiag., Ac., impossible. ?m,c,P?U0M. Young Men, Especially who ha?? become the victims of Solitary ^11^,1 dreadful and destructive habit, which anrnT mln aHF T*?' thousands of young E'wLmUV?? rIted rent,ftnd brilliant intsf b5T1 "?*?* listening <T i thunders of eloauenoe. or waked to the living lyre, may call wi4 fall oonfl u . . ? Mnrriage. Married Persons, or young men oontemnlatin* mamage being a^are ol physioal weakness, or*am? dfatKli^ deformiOes, Ac., should immediately consult ? ? be "^stored to perfect health. lie who places himself under the oars of Dr Johuson, may religiously confldo In his honor sa a JhySSan* " cod#n"J *** UP?B bto skill as a Organic Weakneaa, Immediately cured a,id/nil vigor rtttored. This dreadful disease is the penalty most frequent ly paid by those who hare become thevictimsot im properindulgences. Young persons are too apt to commit excesses, not beinga-'re of the dreadful con seqnouceH that may ens* . how, *ha SS ?,?1 stands the> subject will pretend to deny that the power of procreation is lost soener by those falling into im proper habits than by the prudent Besides being deprived the pleasure of healthy offspring, ths most serious and destructive symptoms to both body and miud arise. 1 he system becomes deranged, the phys ical and mental powers weukened, nervous debility dyspepsia, palpitation of the heart, indigestion a t!on Ao fran,0? ""Wb, ?ymptoms ofson sump OFFICE, No. 7 Houth Frederick street. Left hand aide going from Baltimore street, 7 doors from the corner. HTBe articular in observing the name and num? bw, or yon will misUks the place. Mf" Take notice, observe name on the door and windows. i>r. Johnston. ?f tbe Royal College of Burgeons, London, mduato from one of the most eminent Colleges ot the United States, and the greater part of whose lib has been spent in the hospitals of Loudon, Paris, Phila delphia and elsewhere, has effected some of the most OBtuhmomg cures that war? mmr known. Man? trou bled with ringing in the ears and head when asleep, great nervousness, being alarmed at sudden sounds, and basbfulness, with freqnent blushing, attended SwmJdiatol derangement of mind, were oured A Certain Disease. Whan the misguided and imprudent votary of plea sure finds he has imbibed ths seeds of this painful disease, it too often happens that an ill-timed ssnseof shame or dread of discovery deters him from apply, mg to those who, from education and respeotablhtv can alone befrieud him, delaying till the constitution al symptoms of this horrid disease make their an pe ranee, such as ulcerated sore throat, diseased nose, uocturnal pains in the head and limbs, dimnessof sight deafness, nodes on the shin bones and arms blotches on the head, face, anl extremities, progree-' sing witb frightful rapidity, tUl, at last, the palate of the mouth or the bones of the noee fall in, and the victim of this awful disease becomes a horrid obieot of oonimisseratiou,till death puts a period to his dread ful sufferings by ending him to that bourne from whence no traveller returns." To such, therefore. Dr. Johnston pledges himself to preserve the most inviolable secrecy ? and, from his extensive preotice in the first hospitals in Europe and America, he can confidently recommend a safe and speedy cure to the unfortuuaie victim of this horrid disease. It is a melancholy faot that thousands fail victims to this dreadful complaint, owing to the nnskilftil-J ut-BS of ignorant pretenders, who, by the use of that deadly poiron, mercury, ruin the constitution, and either send the unfortunate sufferer to an untimely grave, or else mako the residue of life miserable. Take Particular Notice. Dr. J., addreesos al) those who have injured them mf* by privato and improper indulgences. These Hre some of the sad and melanoholy effects produced by the early habits of youth, vis: ? Weakness of the liaok and Limbs, Pains in the Dimness of Might, Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervous Irrit*. bility, Derangement of the Digestive Functions General Debility, Symptoms of Consumption, Ae. ' Mentally. The fearful eOeots on ths mind are mnch to be droaded?Losa of Memory, Conftision of Ideas Do pression or Spirits Kvlf Forebodings, Aversion to Society, Love of Solitude, Timidity, Ac., are some of the evils produced. Thousands of persons of all ages, can now judge what is the cause of their declining health losinjr their vigor, becoming weak, pale, and emaciated, have a singular appcarance about the eyes comrh' and symptoms of Consumption. Married persons, or those contemplating marriage, being aware of physical weakness, should tanned? 1 ately consult Dr. J. and be reotored to perfect health. 1 Dr. Johnston's Invigorating Remedy, lor Organic Weakness. By (Ins great and important remedy, Weakness of the Organs are speedily cured, and Aill rigor re stored. Thousands or the most nervous and debilitated whe had lost all hope, have been immediately r* lieved. All impediments to Marriage, Physical or Mental Disqualification, Nervous Irritability Trem tilings and Weakness, ot Exhaustion of the most fear ful kind, speedily cured by Dr. Johnston. Yonng Men Who have injured themselves by a certain practice indulged in when alone?a habit fiw-.ntly learned from evil companions, or at school, me effects of which are nightly felt^ even when asleep, and if not cured, renders marriage impossible, and destroys both mind and body, shonld apply immediately. What a pity that a young man, the hope of his conntry, and the darling or his parents, should be snatched from all prospects and enjoyments of life by the oonsequences of deviating from the uath of nature, and indulging in acertain seoret habit. Snch persons, before contemplating Marriage, Should reflect that a sound mind and body are the most necessary requisites to promote oonnubial hap piness. Indeed, without these, the journey through lifebew Jfcts a weary pilgrimage; the prospect houriy dsrkerg|to the view; the mind becomes shadowed with deSpair, and filled with the melancholy reflec tion, that the happiness of another becomes blighted with our own. OFFICE, NO. 7, SOUTH FREDERICK STREET Baltuosb, Martland. l-^1"All Surgical Operations performed. a. B. Let no false aelicacv prevent you, but apply I immediatetv, either personally or by letter tw Hkin Diseases spe^ily cared. J To Strangers. Tb* many th?uKands cured at this institution with in the last fifteen yearn, and the numerous important Surgical Quotations performed by Dr. Johnson, wit nessed by the repr>rt?*i-s cf the papers, and many other persons, notices ol which bare appeared again and a*sin before the public, W//>* U? ttovdinaa* a am* tun..in of t^rocUr and rMpofmbiUty, is a snfBdent gnuraote" (o ths afflicted. N B. Th??re ore so many iijnornnt i.nd worthle** quarks advert.s.ng lhsm,..k.*,,Ph>aicians,r?ining the henlth (.1 the already afflicted, ihat Dr. iohnsion ' neei-M??oy to sav. e^pe. .ally to those nnac anainted with his reputation, that his credentials or dinjomns always hsng in fc<? oMee. 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Fremont, we sup pose the RepubUcana may tinally vote the Na tional American ticket, rather than see fW aylvania cut her vote for Buchanan CIRCULAR. Mbkb.b ? ? Luwuataa, Pa., Oct. 22, ma. . /r^*au The election on the 14th In uH'k \ kn ?Ter' *nd 1 meralJ tO rt\kDOr LeMoriB whJ the Demoeratn car ried the election for Canal Commissioner &c bv Mrtr InThUsS; ."T? th? C?Un,e the ?"^HUmore party in thiaState 1a now pursuing as to the Preaf. ?""? There were all dirt ?t ???. ontalde oI (he true legitimate etrenrth of the h.-m 1 rs ST& or Union?""?**?! I he first was the great number of foreipiiern naturalized; the second was the immense number coiouixed from the adjoining Slates especially for the occasion, which would foot ?p J^ny i?y who are conversant with the matter iiDwniYte It 50,00.. in the State i th. third ?7he ?.t awme da*08* Jt^? I"""1 " ""6n'1 P'on the same day. Arrests aro now daily being made I heard a judge of the court say last evening that S fourTh\^hihkTU'dgt' VOted 1 no rourth was the thousands of trne Fillmore -rrr 'tmrz* "f first, that a few days before the election the Re CSTli^ 0JT"**" HarriebuVgpnZoSt Inglyjo form and put out a Union eleSorsItU-i ?f th? U,h- Jt renorteH that tlu? PhiJmore pm.xy were represented in said Convention, when everybody acquainted with the fr,cnd" of Fillmore knew that party bad nothing to da with It. v 7 UttS^U^hSt 8t?f? W,her? tb* c<>uld not before the election, the Fillmore men ed t?!lrueCOreB Wlto th? 1)cmocr*tfl, ??"d support ed the Democratic State ticket. The second rea r^iTd!.1!1!!? rCP?r< TM PUt i0 circu^tion, also, a few days before the election, that two of the 0.111 t ?PP0-,ti0n tIckot, called the Union State ticket, were stumping it for Fremont and York SUSdJ iSthCr :lih the fact thut the'Ncw diwU^^ ? ku'18' 4tC-' Were makinK hanto to ^ TlctorJ for party in Pennsylvania, bore so heavily upon a laree num ber ol Fillmore Americans who despite fvomont and Republicanism as they do the devil that ?i united with the Democrats in many pa'rts of the 8tate, in order to givo the State election to he Democracy, and by that means kill oft' Fremont in the iSortb, and risk the consequences with the 8outh as to the injury it might do the nronnwin -eSTbr 1 . .??^rativ? action the Democrats to bS ill! i?Thte !iClMt,?T6r?W U,,ion ?tateti^ei. S 11 1 of 8Uch acknowledged fact now ?*y'they bpAt the who,? op P^Ooe, the -t'engtl, of tbe Fillmore Ame.iJl, ?hlle,h?hnWa9 the v,'fy siogi'lttr expedient to which the Democrats resorted in certain parts of SSH that1Wr?8tliis' to advertise their Po, rh.. In n1? arfr? P09t?IH- headed "Ru ?n Til Bre?,urid^. ?ree Kansas." These bills followed In turn with the remarks of Demo cratic speakers that Kansas, in the very nature of tWgth C?? ,feVfr S? anythi"g else than free, and that the election in Kansas would make it so, bad cfljct.uP?n 1110 Populace, and gained for th^ Democratic Stato ticket many, vory many, The sixth was the large amount of moirav et In* W?M? , co-operative action of the fi>m? in Washington. In order that som., idea may be formed as to this cause, the fare from Philadel phia to this place is ordinarily two dollars and ten cents, but it was reduced to twenty-five cents to and from Lancaster on the day of the Democratic meeting and so it was at numerouH other mcct wM,i.n?C ,*!*?' fLookin? Ht fhe causes, then, which operated in favor oi the Democracy in the State election the great wonder is now why they only can led the State by so small a miyoi ity! A t all ovents, the Democrats do not rejoice but li:tle over tbeir apparent victory, os they know all (hdse causes cannot work for them again. The secrets of the Democratic State committee at Philadelphia were kept during the whole cam paign around tho " Dark 1intern " with nicmt uu erriog confidcnce than ARuow-A'uMitiaum ever did er could its counseHings. We now l^hold its pol icy upon the (ace of the election, and lot mo aay the course pursued will not redown to their future prospects. One point, however, should not bo oveilooked, and that is this, that the Democratic 5*/?T,ll/Mt.*aini,,g for it8df 1,1 e 14a,ne of the /?, fall\bl$ foreign party. New that which thoy condcmn the Know-Noth uigs for, they practice themselves with the great .... .ntJ^ right in democracy because . th# initlliUe Democratic partj, and wrong in the American party because it is fiiliibie. Now the State election is over the Democrats on the one band are endeavoring to confute Amer icana, aad the Republicans on tho other, are an ?oving then, beo?<iaa they will have nothing to do with fosioa er Unien, a d circulating the false hood, the Fillmore party iseold to the Democrat* to give the State to Rtichanait. The leading men of the Democracy are cunning Uctitkma Thry bad ten times rather see the Fillmore party fuse with the Repubiicsn perty, than to seethe Repob icsns unite againet them upon the ont and out rillmore electoral ticket, for in the former cm* ' tbey know thousands of Americans would vole for Buchanan, rather than a mixed ticket for H!! roore. i Tr**> lh*t the American Committee Jo PhUa??>pMa positively refused any union Or b?*? ?i?h the Republicans, and placed before the people an oat-and-Mit Fillmore electoral tick et, striking off some three or four said to be fiahy, and supplying their places with good and true Ftll aaore men, the next move was to get some men that call themselves Fillmore men to unite with the Bepablicana, and pat out an electoial ticket, and, although a Frapont ticket, call it a Union electoral ticket Thia was for the purpose to de ceive the Fillmore men of the State and oreate the impreaaien In other States that the two parties had fused. Well, the Demoeiata have succeeded ; but the people untie rat and the game, and know it is nothing but a Fremont ticket got up by Tbad. Stevens. Ix-Oovernor Johnston, and that ;?wn of abolition distrsctionists, and it will not go down.