Newspaper of Evening Star, February 5, 1861, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated February 5, 1861 Page 4
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THE EVENING STAR i THE flARDC^CR i!ID THE MOLE !a fable, bi w a. la nook. A *arde,.er bad watched a m^le. Andomghtit ?? it l*ft its hole. ' Mttohifviiua beau"* cried he, *to h%rrn The garden as thou rfo?t th<- f*rwi ! Her* thou l.a-t Lf d thy vickt d v ill l*pr>n ni? tulip an<l jormu'l. Behold >nem on th;? tumbled bed. rv * J J . ?,4 Keif <" mm A ,M A' snoiiur u,uru pm*. . The mole said meekly la rep.y, "It was my star it wm uotl. To underlain* is mole s c?inTUision, To hold it just y from tradition. And all that grouad fiat lie* n> ar ours Issivsn to us hy thi Higher Posers. Ave hra'ol cories sad of ha-es Bat when commit w? thefts like theirs ! We no "r torch the tjwors that blow. And only bu bs that lurk below. "Tis true, whe<-e we uav? run t ? grouiid Is raised at'iflo?nai quite sound : Yet altera few days of rata, Uevel and arm it iea again. . ? Wue men like you will rather wait For rhese than argus acsinetfate. And quarrel wit.i us mJlet because We simptT fjllow Nature's laws. We rai?e ih? luri to keep us warm, Surely in this je see no harm ; Y<" break it up to set thereon A fo tress, or narhaa* a orown. IYs in the oold lisal! the bight, l'n<ter thiu tacts, at in?>ru 10 !i*ht. N? ither for horn'o nor Usee; cattle Start we to mi gie in the battle, Or in their pastures eh d their blood Twftunpsr idle cbnrls with food. Indeed, we do eat worms?whit then .* 1>.> not those very worms eat m^n ? We never kit! or woual a brother, Men kill by tnous\rus one another; And, th >Of h ye swear ye wsh for peace, Your fends and va fare nev?r oe\?e." Sach hom vbroutht truths the gardensr, Tl)?ufh mild by natnre. could t.ot bear. And lest the tn<>|4 m; ;ht more hare said, fie ohopped iu h*ad off with his *pade. [ London Daily Newt. V:kgi!iia Items ?Fifteen carrtoaded with col ton passed through Lynchburg on Tburaday fron Mempb'a en route for Norfolk. Twenty-fou more cars, with tbe same freight, for the sam drst; nation, would arrive next morning. The* car* are loaded in Memphis, and pa?? over a con tlnaous line of railroad fKW miles in length, with out bronk of connection, and without a reship ment of freight. The Mayor of Richmond has sent to jail a mat who was caught In the act of stealing a news paper from the door of a gentleman?s hou?e,wlitr It had been left by the carrier. Arms for Virginia.?The Norfolk Day Bool ?*ys : uUapt. Lewis Parr.sh, of the Steamshi| Yorktown, plying between Richmond, Norfolk tod Mew Vork, wui informed on his recent tri to New York city, that he must take on board hi vesa^l no m >re arms for Virginia, and in the even he did, they would be seized." How Old Aer We To-Pay '?Two old ladies who we know to be of the same age, had th same desire to keep the real number concealed one therefore us?d always upon a New Year' day to go to the other, and sjy, 'Madam, I an come to know how old we are to be this year."' "Madam, a good many persons were ver much disturbed at the concert last nightby th crving t f your baby." " Weil 1 do wonder such people w.ll go to con certs." * AKK1VALS AT THE HOTELS. WILLARDS' HOTEL ?J Alexander, Ky, I H Button NY: Hon W M Meodith, fa. D Wil liamson, NJ; Coin Stockton, do, R O Tyler, I SA Hon R S Baldwin, Ct; W I) DuBarry, >*Y; i Fawl#r \H H An I - f.hamKpr f * 1 ?% A /> - u I lln, NJ-Hou H Haii,~Vt; hTh"Bax'ter do,*B* Hai xis, do; S R Crittenden. do, L Underwood, do, 1 Dunmn, RI, G F Drckman, NY; J S ijibbonf do; J H Grauam. do, J C Wilton, do. \V A Hai riaun. Va; Mr GreenoujjU, NY. Mr Schley,do, W Crutield. Md C R Holliday, Kanui, B .> Green way, N Y, H Ri vera at.d l.tdy. R L; J Wood well. Pa, E Rahm. do. J H Steward, do; G i Berry, do, A M Cot?r;i, Cuba, L Liwren^e, Md 6 C Stanton, do; D E Edward#, do; T C Brown do, E C Dorau. USN; A VV Bradford, Md; Mral Kichardjou and child, do; J M S'reet. do; D: F BumaUad and li*dy, NY, F F Brooks, O; J ('ra kana, NY, C A SVundera, do, C Beaaten, Del; < Latrobe, Md, J Woodwell. Ha, J H Stewart, Md B M DeConry. Pa, E Pirot, do. H Huddy Pa; j . . ?* a i o ' ' * ? - -- ' . u ioul, a j normct anu iaay, .naM, J \ ait rUn,&*rdlnia, Mia* PstBn, NO; VI S Garrsnitii NJj Mia Roaaell, do, Lt Fauntleroy, I'(*N; Ollrt. Mas#, E Howe,NY; T J Stryker, NJ; G J Tureaud, La, W E Dodjje, NY. NATIO *AL. HOTEL ?J P Drone, J M Ro? G W L->:kwood, K M i'?wer, NY; L A Snovi Pa; H ,\i Hoxle, la; J J Porter. .Mo; W Bowei <M'an; Amca Tuck, NH: Saml Am?c, Ri: J Webb, H C Syoioadt, A Piper, C Griflin, USA; Stcvetii, fa; L?cu Howie, A G Kublett, i?ld; J Bulicak. Ky; J M Sieptoe, Va; J D Lord, Me; i Ko-^era aud ly. Kl; L U Evana, Tex; J Robert eon, VA\; lion K Mallory, Ky; C Gratton, C 1 Snow. B Ciirtatiaa H A Sherry, Va; G Baile\ Ala, J Leeda, La; L Nieuian, Mr Worthiogto and ly, D O Way, E W Webb, S B Berry, Md W M R?iae, Pn; W H Chandler, Hon J Pratt,C D C Fnlton, Dr Farr, B Harrison, J Keraer, .Mc L Eimetidurf, 8 Hutchlaon, NY; B F Blakli tone. Deij Geueral Bowie, Md; L A Scott, Pa; J tjviuu, lex. BROWN 9 HOTEL ? SJ Sbrlver, Hon LCaai PC; F F Hyatt, NV; J M Tower, A Walling, ' 8 K Brown, N J; W Waterford, T Brown, A Gil G W miliary and ly, Md; Hon J W Brocket brougb. B \N ?r *ick, J T Davla, 8 Myera, Va; J Able*, G W Alex, R T Martin, Mo; T M Bon ware, SC; R TauU, Cal; C W Balcbelor, W Sej gort, M Campbell, Pa. WASHINGTON HOUSE.?C Waldron, N"\ J Flckett, Pa; H Vernon, Ind; A Griunell, Ca M Crowly, U Scott, Va, J Croawell, R Croswel Oi J Moouey, J Maraball, B Buchanan,E Knigb M Roberta, S V; T Bouden, Ky; P Harraon an fv, NJ; J Van Beuachotteii, "111; A spencer an eon. Pel. KIRK WOOD HOUSE ?J A Braekenburg, Vi R Fouldlug. L t Ni;BN Merrlkeo. j Y Robinson, Del; J E Neall, C J iiembcl, M 1 Pa CLAY'S HOTEL.?S L Martin, J R Smlttaan fa in, Ky; vv H Hariateine, Mo; J T Rice, XV; I lavage and ly, W N Pauline, Ore; J Doyd an Cam, Md, J W Kln?, USN. NEW PAWN OFFICE. rfjy V 0 E W A R D,_Deaier iu Nej? i a .d ?.a->t Otf Clothing, reap<Njilulij inlj<iu? tn dh > 10 ihat he ha? opened a Ll< PAW.' OFFI 5E at No. 7b l*ouiaiata avenue, betwee 9 h and iota ate., a ew door a eaat cfthe new (Jen trai tiuard houso, vhere he win t e &t all time prepa ed to wait oi nis pauoua wit.i promptneaa attention and me atricten justice. N tf.?Jeweirj, Dry (icods, Clothing, Mechan jo*' Tool a. a.0., always on hand at privaie sale. Ja K lin* THE INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE ST ATI* or VIRGINIA. LASH CAPITAL 300.00*. Insurss Merchandise, Building*, Honseholi Faxc:ture, to , again*t Iocs or damage t>T fire. HEATH A KNOWLE8. Agent*, Olfioo? Rooir. 16 over Hani ol Washington. ja 10 f_I EAuTH 13 WEALTH, AND 81CKNES! Jl POVERTY INDEED. Read and *m if Dr. Ajer'a Mediom?? do notdi ornithine to emloh mankind. Chicago, Uth November, I8"?. n> f * " mrm. ?. a. I IB ? IVf? PCOl HI PIT. I ShOUfl l* vubDK ia oommon gratitude if 1 did not noknowi d|( to run what yonr skill, or more accurate j your Litsact or Sakiapabiua l:a* done far ruj wife. eh* hM been for some vjltu afflicted with I humor, which oom?t out upon h^r itiuio the au tama a ad winter with sach in*i durable itching m to renders IifeaJmoat intolerable. it hast ever la let tn oome upon h*r in oold weainer, nor nu any r*m dial aid Men able to hasten its departure befor< V>ring, or to at ail alleviate her tulferinga from it Ilia seaaon it bagan in October with ita usua violence. By the advice of onr oeiebrat-d Snr {eon. Dr. Kimbali, I cava har your !*a:sapa:il!a. a a week it bad brought tha hunorout upon hei akin worse than we haa ever seen it before; but ii opon began to disappear The itoning haa oeajet and the humor ia no m entirely gone, e>> that aha u completely cured, but still oontinucs taking th< t*ars&p' ri'la, to insure a oompleta expinon of tlx disease from tha ay stem. Yours. raapeotfully. __ Bt.<U. Cittta rrnvw oj Vi. J. C. AVER A CO., iuowell, Mm ja 16 eolni T" SPECIAL NOTICE. O TboM of < nr customers and friends who have tixnrbiii* %i presented on the 1st January we wou d resp?cUall.* lit no?t earnest? request them to make ever y effort to do so by the first week in Februarywe are in want of ail the money doe ut at this time. Our ibauks we t- nder to thote who have paid th*ir bi>ls proinptlv. and shall be pi aaed to serve ttieiu in fatuia u.on the best terms, and hope ?o ' meat their moreased coafideuoeand liberal patrona??. J. W. UOl.LEY A CO.. a? tot 323 Seventh st..abovo Pa av. PLR" MEOlOlNES KECMVED WEEKLY Oil kAiui *" - pr-.-i ruia. neUu Cor-^^ <mi. Avei'a. J?vne'a&adHoh?n?k'a M?-dioin*?,^V luor^'a r^aiil D o$n Ac. rb>atoia a' pre unattona reoei v* ?pt>cjsi attention. f rioea to a<ut th? tunoa. At uifht ri'H tk d< or Ml. MOOKE'S Weat K.;*1 Drug Store, jal* tw IH P'nn->W M. F~ >RK8H FHUIT* IN CANS, MfcBfcRVK!'. BRANDY FRUITS. JBLLI&8. do a KINO A BURCRRLL. JLSl "WBSf !YRICH9TF.!N. Ut? PtR5 ATkMC*. H k&ro'a Middle Acee, ?h? n?w Roaton l.ifmo Edition Rivw a*d? Irreaa; ton-d paper; prioe J#S75 bj ca.3 The uaual hMvj dieoooot at uar eu>r?. I ft^^aaassrK2SS*B';i f . MISCELLANEOUS. Thb .\mals4hatiok or L a *? cases.?There iea growing tendeoor in thi? to appropriate ths most expressive words of other lacgua*es^nd after a while to moorparate them into oar owa; thus the word Cephaiie. whioh is irom the Qreek. signifying "for the head," is now blooming popu'ariJt?a id :?l u _ i . ?- \ J \? WBIWMI'U wmi jir. ppfttuwB i (i?i neiwiftoiir remedy; but it will aoou be a?*d in a more general way. and the word Cephalie will beoome as ootnmon aa Electrotype and many others whose distinction aa foreign words has been worn away by summon usage until tney seem "native and to the manor born." 'ardly Realized. Hi 'ad 'p'orrible 'eadaohe this afternoon, hand 1 stepped intoUte hapotheearies han-1 ?ays hi to the man "Pan tnu Kaaaa ma <>t an 'm t< fLv^s it hache *&r4." um 'i. "Hexoeedinfiy," n;i hi. and upon that *e gave me a Cephaiio Pill, hand ' on me 'opor it eured me so quiet that I 'ardly realised 1 'ad 'ad an 'oadache. K7"H**dachk ii the favorite sign by which nature make* known any deviation whatever from the natvral state of the brain, and viewed in this light it may b? looked on aa a safeguard intended to five notioe of disease which might otherwise eeoape attention, till too late to be remedied: and ltaindication* should never be neeleoted. Headaches m%T be classified under two nOnes, vii: Symptomatic and Idiopathic. Symptomatio Head aohe fa exceedingly onmmon and is the preouraor of a great variety of diseases, among which are Apoplexy, Gout, Rheumatism and all febrile diseases. In its rervousform itia s?mpathetio disease of the stomach constituting tick kodarhe, of hepatic disease constituting bilious ktndackt, of worm*,oo!istipation and other disorder's of the oowels.as well as ran*l and uterine *rt f?imum of the heart are very frequently attended with Headaches; Anemia and plethora are alio affections wbioh frequently oooasion headache. Idiopathic) Headache is also very common, being usually distinguished hy the name of nervous k"uiack?, sometimea oommg on suddenly in a rtate of apparently - sound health and prostrating at ouoe the mental a and phyaioal fnergie*. and in other instanoea it oomea on slowly, ne-alded by depression of spirita or aoerhity cf temper. Inmost instanoea the pain e ia in front of the head, over one or both eyea, and e eometi i.es provoking vomiting, nnder thia olaaa i may a'so be named NmraUia. F or the treatment of eitfcer class of Headache the b Oph&lio Fil s have been found a sure ana safe remedy, relieving the most acute pains in a few minutes, and ^>y ita subtle power eradicating the 1 disease of which headache is the unerring index. e . m s LI* l do it.? Missus wants yon to send her a bos p of Cephas Gine, no, & bottle of Prepared Pills,? hut I'm thinkli,ft that's not just it naither; bat pertraps ye'll be afther knowing what it id. Ye see ' she's nith dead and gone with the Sick Headache , ami want* some more of that same as relaived her 1 before. Drufgut.? You aiust mean Spaldmg's Cephaiio Pills, i Brtdgit.?Ooh' snre now and you've aed it, here's e the quarther and giv me the Pills and don't be all day about it aither. ? s a "" " Csaitipatiia er CsitlreaeM. L No one of the "many ills flesh is heir to" is to prevalent, so little understood, and sumach neglected as C<?ativmess. Often originating in carelfssr.es". or aedentary habits; it la retarded as a alight diaorder of too 'ittle consequence to exoite anxiety, while in reaiity it is theprecu'sor and oon:panion of mauy of the most fatal and dangerous disease*. and unless early eradicated it will I brrag^he sufferer to an untimely grave. Among the i itht.i'r evils ?>f whioh Costiveaess is the usual atl* t? nil nit ars H? adache, C?.!io, Rheumatism, Foul IJroith I'lies, ao<l?>th?r8nfliken*tiire,whilea!ong V fain offrtghtru: diseases such as Malunant Fevers, i- AUcpssfe. Dysentery. Dyspepsia. Diarrhea. ApoplcjT, Kpiiepsy, I'ara'ysis, Hysteria. Hjpochonv drums,M^arsnoiy huanity. first indicate their * jr-eeu * in tue &: stein by this alar-ring symptom. '? Not unfreqnentlv the diae&?*8 rained originate in Const patum. but take 011 an independent exist J eno* uoess th? cause is eradicated in an early ?ta?e. I F'oin all the*-* considerations it (u l-?ws that the 1. disorder should receive immediate attention whenv ever it ocoars, and nx> person should neglect to get i a kox of Cephalic Puis on the first appearance of '? the complaint, as their timely use will expel the ii>siduous approaches of disease and destroy this uw(Broo) joe 10 unmu li!e. h ? I.' a Real Bleating. j ?A^neia?.?Well, Mrs. Jones, hew it that heaJi, Mrt. J<mtt.~Gone! Doctor, til pore! the pill yon J ser.t oured me in just twenty minutes, end I wish i t<>u would send more so that I can have them hajvly Physician.?You can rettbem at any Druggista. )? Call for Oepiiaiic Piils, I and they never fail, and I r, recommend them in all cages of ileadaahe. , M.n. Jwj.-l shall send for a bo* directly, and s *r..v" tell a.i my suffering friends, for they are anil g kUuixt. J ' * ' * Twintt Milt.ions of Dollabs Satjd.?Mr. '* Spa ding has sold two millions of bottles of his oel4 e bra. ted Prepared Qui* and it is estimated that eaoh r hnlfla '4",u? 41 tou uviiwa wuri.i 01 nroaen n furiiituro, thus makios an a*?re*ate of twenty mi)i. Uonaof dollari reclaimed from total lo?a by thia ' vanable invention. Having made hia Glue a boaaa,> hold word, he now propoaea to do the world atill '? groAter service (it curing all the aching heada with * his Cephalic Fills, and If thry areaa good aa hia D Glue, Headaches will aoon vaniah away like snow in July. i, " " 1 f it^1 over excite.*kit. and the mental oare and l< anxiety incident to olose attention to baa neaa or >- etutly, are among the numeroua oauaea of Nervoua D Ht&rtaohe. The diaordered state of mind and body 1. incident to thia distreesicg complaint ia a fatal ?. blfw to a'l energy and ambition. Sufferers by this ' disorder can always obtain speedy relief from m?o uiBi'CBSl^f BTI1CKH Dy D81DC OI16 of the Cepi.a :o Piils whenever the symptoms appear. It 1; the overtasked brain and soothes the strained and jarnug nerves, and relaxes the tension oi the stomach which always aocomoar.ios and a?d' cravates the disordered oondition of the brain. d , . , i; I'icts wouth Kitowisa.?Spalding's Cephau,o \ Pills are a certain core for Sick Hoadaohe, Bili[) ons Head 10he. Nervous Headache, OostlveneM, and General Debility. d - B i GRtat Discovray.?Amonf the most important .... lunnusi uiKuveriei 01 thia age may be oonmderedthe ayatem of vaccination for protec~ tiou from Small Pox. the Cephalic Pill for relief ol Headache, and the nae of Ouinine for the prevenk tiun of Fevera, either of which la a aure apeoifio, S whose benefita will be experienced by Buffering * hun.anity long after their diecoverera are forgotten. i?9 ? , D a Did you ever have the Sick Headache/ Do , you remember the throbbing temp'ea, the fevered ' < row, the loathing and diagnat at th? aight of food. How totally unfit yon were lor pleasure, oonverea tion or atndy. One of the Cepha'io Pilla wonld have relieved you from all the Buffering whioh you - then experienced. For thia and other pnrpoaea you abould alwaya have a box of them on hand to use aa oocasion requires. ' NervousHeadache CURE J [ inas?" i Headache. ? i Hi the dm of theee Pilla the periodio attaoka ot 'r Nitron* or Sick Htadatke may be prevented; and t If taken at the commencement of an attaok imme1 diate relief from pain and aioknesa will be obtained. ! They aeldom fail in removing the Nautta and i Htadat\t to whioh fetnalea are ao aubjeot. The; act gently upon the bo vela,?removing Cot' For Literary Mm, Student*. I &rd all peraona of ttdmtmrt katits, they Are all valuable u a Laxative, improving the arr*Ht$, giving tome and vigor to the digeetive organs, and reetoring the natural elaatic *j and etrength of the vhole ayitom. he CEPHALIC PI L8 are the reenlt of long investigation and careful If oonduoted experiment*, having keen in uae many yeara, daring vhioh time they have prevented and relieved a vaat amount of pain and anffering from Haadaobe, whether ongl nating in the nervout ayatem or from a deranced mm vi uie tiomack. They are entirely regetable io their eorapoeitlon, and may be taken at all timea with perfect safety without making any change of diet, and tk* ab ttnce tf uy dii*tTt*abl* last* rtndsrt it Mty re mdmtmsttr Hum to cktldrtn, BEWARE OP COUNTERFEITS! The tannine hare five aif oatnrea of Henry C. Spalding on eaoh Box. Soul by Draggieta and all other Deal en la Medieiaaa. A Bos will be eest by mall prepaid on reaalptaf the PRICE, S# CENTS. All ordera ahonld ha addreaaed to HENRY C. SPALDING. M ft -* " ~ ? ? PUBLIC ADVERTISEMENT. pDBLIO N O T_1 C E. OBPABTMKirr or th* Inmioi,) Wmsktngloa, D*c. S 1MB. ( PuMia notiM Is h?reby that boada tad eoupona annexed, of the description hereinafter at forth, bar* lately bean feloniously abetraoted from the custody of the Interior;Department, the aame being the property of the United Statee and held m trnat for oertain Indian tribaa Notioe aaa also been given to the proper offioera of the reapeotive Btatea to atop the payment thereof; and ail peraoua are varned a?ainat parohaaint or reoetv inc any of aaid bonda and ooupona, aa the claim of the United Statee thereto trill be proeeoated to the utrooat extent. Each bond being for the aura of one tlioueand dollar*, via : Six par oent Miaeoari Coupon Bonda, iaaaed in June and Aaguat, 1897. State of Miaaioari.St. Loaia and Iron Monntaln R, R. State Bonda. ? Bond No. 3037 Bond No. 1323 1827 1996 1822 1997 1821 1998 1820 2008 1819 2007 1818 1993 1809 1994 1817 1995 18L6 liM 1815 1990 1*14 1892 1813 1991 1812 2003 1810 ? 9rm<> iaii ?' vv*/ . AUt I 1992 1808 2006 2031 2005 2033 2004 2034 2001 2035 1999 2<K?J 2000 2032 2009 J82? 1877 1828 1878 1829 1879 . 1830 1880 1831 1881 1832 1882 ^ 1808 1883 1869 1884 1870 1885 1871 1886 1872 1887 1873 1888 1874 1889 1875 1999 2030 2045 2029 2043 - . 2018 2046 2017 2047 2016 2044 2015 2043 2014 2040 2013 2041 3012 9ft 4 O ?V-Z? fvtv 2039 2011 2033 1325 99 bondi 1824 Note.?Bond# No.3oco, and below of this series issued June, 1&57, and honds No. 20ul,and above that, dated A a rust, 1857, payable at the Phcnu Bank, Now \ ork oity, in 1387. State of Missouri six percent, coupon bonds viz: Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad Stab BondsBond No. 1853 % Bond No. 1626 1?52 1827 1851 1623 1850 162? 1S4? 1859 1848 1805 1847 im 1846 1862 1845 I860 1844 1861 1832 1856 1835 1858 1833 1855 1?34 1854 1836 1822 1837 1823 1838 1824 183? 1825 164M 1640 1827 1635 1828 1612 1829 1613 1830 MM 1831 1615 1641 1616 1642 1617 1643 1618 1644 1619 1645 1620 1646 1621 1647 1611 1648 1864 1637 1634 16.18 1631 1840 1632 1842 1109 1044 luoo 194.) 162J 1850 1857 181ft 1636 1817 1630 lgl? 1639 1819 1841 1820 1623 1821 1624 1626 90 bondi Note.?These bonds ire dated J&nnary, 1857 ^.Tftbie at Bank of Comm*roe, New York, it ovember. 1H86?intorast Durable in Jinnnr? in/ July of Mioh jear. 1 Btata of MiuoanaU??ro?nt.Coa?on North Mir rouri R.ll. State bonds. Bond No.?2962 Bond No. 1639 2940 1838 2939 1641 2941 . 1642 2V42 1643 2946 1644 2945 1645 2944 1646 2943 1647 2947 1648 2948 1649 2949 1640 295'J ' 1 A.S4I 2937 2922 2939 2923 1853 2924 1654 2936 1655 295! 1652 2953 1656 *57 292! 1705 2463 * 1706 2612 1707 2513 2452 2514 2453 2515 2454 2518 2455 ?11 2458 ?1? 2457 2913 2158 2913 2459 nu 2460 2V16 3401 2915 2462 2917 2463 2918 2464 2919 2465 2920 2*66 2954 2467 2955 1651 80 bonds NoTi.?The bonds nnmb?r?d 2616 and below. issued in Juurr, 1857; No 3910, find above that, New Yorko?^yU"t'1W?' w*b,# ** Pheeni* Bank, Missouri six per oent. Conpon Bonds, ?u: North Missouri R. R. State bonds. Bond No. 2773 Bond No. 2763 2784 % 2787 2786 2730 OTO I ? *ioi 2717 2782 2734 2779 2721 2783 271V

2711 2733 2712 2722 2710 2720 2725 2716 SS 2727 277? 2724 27J6 2731 2729 ?1? 1718 2771 tri ? <W 2785 2714 2778 2764 2772 2728 2775 2720 2774 2723 2780 IT1S 2732 ? 2707 60 boada ?^sstessss*" f * M 4 MlMomri Six-per-ooat. PmiI? Railroad State Cotm B?adi. Bond No. 5344 Bond No. 5X0 5259 5M1 5345 5358 5344 5356 5343 5354 5343 * 5355 5341 5354 e<vj? m ~.m i 9tW 0202 5251 6238 5250 6237 5248 6235 5247 5254 5248 5233 51$5 6182 5196 5231 5000 5200 4999 5199 4997 5198 4*90 6197 4998 MIA iooA 5238 4888 5307 4870 5308 5257 5309 5262 51 bond* 5300 Not*.?These bonds are dated Mar oh, 1837: payable Maroh. 1887, st Pbtaaix Bank, New York; interact payable la January ana J sly of eaoh year. Bond* of North Carolina?Coupon six per oent North Carolina aix per oeots. Bond No. 35 Bond No. 303 33 301 32 300 AM ?" 9 ' 235 7 2.14 349 203 348 166 347 104 346 20 343 19 342 . 18 341 - 17 340 16 339 13 338 8 337 ? 11 336 10 335 102 328 101 329 - 100 330 99 331 103 332 6 333 28 334 22 227 16 326 5l 317 98 318 97 318 06 29fi 96 239 94 238 ?2 237 GO 236 303 72 bonds Note.?'Thfce bond* are dated Jumrt, ia$, l payable January. 1*36. at BanJt of Republic, Now York, laterett payable in January and July. I PavnMM A ? AA.a. Il VI J iTui wu vwuiiuac per ocn 10. wogpoii oonai. i Bond N?. 833 Bond No. 735 832 738 831 738 ; 830 759 1 829 760 834 781 836 762 838 783 837 784 838 790 871 79! 872 792 873 793 874 794 875 795 878 798 877 797 Q'Q ?/tA aia tyo 879 799 880 BOO 881 801 846 $02 847 803 848 804 849 805 850 $06 851 808 852 807 853 811 854 812 855 813 856 814 857 815 858 816 860 817 861 . 818 862 _ 819 aw 820 864 821 865 822 866 823 867 824 868 825 869 826 870 827 883 828 882 839 884 840 885 843 731 844 !? j ? 734 104 bond* North Carolina six per oenL Coupor I onda Bond No. 599 Bond No. 493 600 494 603 405 tH>4 4W 605 497 606 621 807 498 808 510 810 511 Oil 481 413 482 !3 483 609 4?4 814 485 622 488 623 487 624 488 625 489 826 4941 627 538 623 539 641 540 64? 541 643 543 615 543 644 530 646 531 647 * 533 648 533 645 534 649 535 650 536 651 537 653 518 616 529 617 516 618 *n ? 1J \M 819 517 456 614 457 422 458 546 470 640 002 647 439 648 440 600 442 * 602 430 471 431 472 433 * 473 436 474 437 475 427 47A 429 477 425 478 426 479 423 480 421 512 001 513 544 .. 491 119 bonds 492 *?ot* Theeeboada are dated JmwvWH?t North Carolina fix yer oept Coapon Bond*?Coapon? payable in April and October, vis: ui mu w niourporiw western r*orui ? Bond No. 51 Bond No. 151 61 162 ; 55 155 54 154 ?5 155 j M 1M j ___________ * - Bond No. 9T Bend No. 163 98 161 99 164 106 165 12S 178 123 191 124 192 115 193 118 194 117 196 128 1V8 179 197 lao 108 139 190 130 300 137 144 45 bonds 144 Two bo n't fur t l/w etch, <i?t*d A?nl, IWT. Bond No. 9 Bond No. 10 FilU? bend* for 91,009 ?f?k,daud Qotobr, iy>. r ?: CirtbU tl Buk of Oot*Mr, 1W7. vi?: Bond No. 1183 Bond No. 1193 1184 1193 118a 1194 . UM 119 j 1187 1190 1188 1197 llftl Ilvo 15 bonda 1191 Tenneeaee tlx Mr Mat. Conpon Boada. of 11 each, of loco >>f IVi payable 1 mi In Newiorfc city, of the lo. lowing numt^rt, and dated Jatu- | ary, 18?: | Bond No. 217 Bond No. 415 278 419 2V4 476 297 477 409 491 413 498 414 723 And of the following camber* leaned January,lUt Bond No. 828 Bond No. 1278 829 1348 830 Aixi of the following mkinlaued J&nuirr.lMfc Bend No. 1744 Bond No. *55 111* 28vl 1133 2892 ?8l 3006 2605 3111 And of the following number* Imm4 January, 183b. Bend No. 3149 Bond No. 4207 3464 4208 3465 420V 3466 4210 3467 4211 3469 4212 3470 4213 3471 4214 3472 . 4441 3758 ?srr 3S94 4529 '941 4o50 3942 4556 3943 4366 3914 45G9 3945 4570 394ft 4571 3985 . 4749 4199 4751 4200 4881 And of the following numbers luued January, 1897: Bond No. 5058 Bond No. 5419 5195 5421 5326 5426 5359 5427 5360 5430 536! 5434 5362 5436 5363 4437 5364 5438 5365 4439 5366 sxifl 636T 6441 5368 6442 5369 6453 5370 6444 5371 6446 5373 6452 5373 5518 5374 6519 6376 6520 537(1 5521 5377 5522 5378 5703 5379 5704 5380 5705 5381 5706 5385 6707 5386 * 5708 5387 5709 6388 5710 5389 571) O.-smo 5712 53?] 5713 53V2 57W 53?3 5839 6416 5840 5417 5842 5413 Office or the Secretary or the Interior, December K, 18BD. a 13 dtf J. THOMPSON. Secretary. OLD RICH, MELLOW AND PURE U BURN SIDE'S MONONOAHELA RYE WEI8KET, Conacientioualy distilled by Mr. Jtmei Burnside. of Alie*any County, Penna., in the old-fashioned honeat war, from thechnineat and moat oarefsiij elected Rye, and in no caae ever offered for sal* until adaptf c to wholesome nae by ace It is at onoe the moht palatal >:e.aa it i? empi>atioa..y oae of the puree} beveragea in the reach of the public. To the invalid.as well aa to those in health.it oommeoda itselr fur its unrivalled aoa itiea as a stimulant of the aafest. aur^at. and moat beneficent description, anu many of the mot. <JiatinKuishe1 hyaioiana are using it in t>ioir practioe with the nappiVt reauiU. CLERV A STOCKDALE, Proprietors. 311S NVa. iut atrept. Philadelphia W M. c. CONOVEK. Agent for the Prosrletora. aaa P* *? n 34-ew) oppoafte Willarda' flotei. PURE OLD RYK WR'SKV.-OB hudMvcn brand? of Pore Old Ry<? WhW tc?. Copper Dia tilled. mads by the meet r?;iab etf-atilioraln Pu s aylTama, Maryland and Virginia, warrarted pare. Alao, Imported Hr&cdiea, Uei:cee*y, Qtard. Dupoy # Co., Juloa Robica, Ac. Also, Peach and Applf Brandy, pare Holm-.d Gin, old Jamaica and dt Croix Hum, and Winea of every rariety. ait oS standard bracia. A choice lot of Ciaara and Tobaooo YOUNG k. KEPHA RT, Acento. at U-1t 9^9 Pa ? .. hatv. fith aM loth ata. / Jsrsijfirsts? r Jgp^RpM;ATice^j UiWlMmM lO 'A tfl f ^ 7i4?? h k'tkfy ?> r-'tn ?/ ; * * ' '^ g* (i VJk '& >++]*fmr mt f '(f4*?V?/ .' '?tf ^ C*?'****^"V y ?/ f */ *t) / r *? 'fcj Qt*l** tf lyE yO<c 4 " > " "? , mJ> k*"*i ? *" *"*- g *? ??2/5? rBdftV ir?tiTIf I" ^flWEW1 #ss^ i; ?* 1 p PSi'<5 fc'^Sa.'fXT.rx'r-l ( fTiToim 'ti??n Wrf k 111 /Wf'i M>'i>. /I 'iw , " ''Jt) . rj Tinii?iW<j>;ri' rtwwWn i?* > 0p? ?*? I'miwmtto / Mcitcmal JM W H, g5< vJv Bol.elPtojp?T?*or'.^ e?*5 5 ^ ? CAU^ NT^ PURCHASERS SHOULD BE CAREFUL IN PURCHASING THE VALLEY WHISKEY TO SEE THAT IT IS viniuaw IIUUil flIllWIlkl WITH THE SIGNATURE OF ON THE LABEL ALL OTHERS ARE AN IMITATION AND A COUNTERFEIT OF THE ABOVE WHISKEY. WM.KDALY, SOLE PROPRIETOR 19 SOOTH WILLIAM ST NEW YORK. 90M. 8ALM IN WASHINGTON BY v Mr RilROVl * ?KMKI? ? ? MgDlOINJSS. 1 iutimmi I LOOK HOiriTil* Mm JMM**orarf i*? urt (Vmw fl in <| m U? VkM, ro* ALL DISEASE* OF IMPRUDENCE LET NO FALSE DELICACY TRETENT. APPLY IMMED ATKLY. A 9WRE WARRANTED, OR NO CHARH9, IN FROM ONE TO TWO DAYS VHtoMllll?lut,lMI>m AlMMMtflMlK***! Ml |M4*>, >????u>*ry DMtteipt. tairmf. iMWl cr5Ers?irs[^''?fe?i^ f ~ Tfc*w\. mar Mm. ItKMiif *i kop. MMiii m ? ??>Mm TirnM* DuarAm ttaMf frwa Mattery hMn * TmU?(Mm Dr**?f>; u4 DMuattiN Prmkm vkt?k in tt) Mumfi uspaaok *, >*4 tfaatra* k?? l*4f u' MM rom? ua fepMltllT vtttaM k<MBI Ik l r.ttf! lal ary TH?, ftU <mih. u< tM'.iMiiti k?ku ifcli> inM.ii m M MUiMlf (K'l ' THkf Mia W li? Mai l>l?< ??4 kn:i>u olalUd, fN rtirml k? MltMti ( liulK wivk tfck Ulnnw i'iIkmiii k vtM M IMUIT Ik* llT.lf ly-r*, ?? Ml* Ml fcll w>l ^M|l HtUUill MHIIII rmon.n Tmi|Mi> iiiuHu rltift, k?!*f i?in*r Mii'Ul tHtiw npiN liMitii, Itpralun, *?-. kf??4..? iwi< kiiM. f Bniii tAa a?k? W Ba J ?ty hdmi to kw ha- at 1 im4 kiMhU* '?>? v? kto aktll u * flfMKi orricB t turn niKiKiiTutT, kail to>4 ?4i ! ( few liKain ??ti. l>* <??? to* lk4 Mnn nil Mt Mtknrti mmm< > ??. I??? ? mm m pam u4 n*wi ?lltbf ??. jo??rro?, Mlrtm af lk? l?fil C*ii*gt ftitf****, haa<?a. mtoM fraa mi af Ui MM mb??m CriltfM la Ua MmI Mawa, aa4 |>? fraiiar yan?r*k?i tifa kaa fcaao apaal ta toa Maia af UUaa, hra, nik4al(kia aa4 *ta? vt>a*a, kaa fc?ia4 aara* af Hi sol utar.iakibf iim itu van ?? ? tam; aaaay traakl*4 witk rtnftr f to Ui ui< aara vfcaa aaiaaa: rratt MTWW. >w.t ?luai< at n4?n ?a?<?. baattfaUiaM v 14k fr ?<) ?> ; kiaA.tng, auaadad > ?? *to 4MU|aaaatafM>l, vara cam Mattow*'TAKE PASriCVbAR MQTICB. tma* Mm Blti alKara V ' to* a MWi> fntWI iitdaific vbta liana?< kakii frisaai ? iHrold fraia l?l! MnfUMm. W *1 fV'l, (ki tfM? ' kkbut aiftlly fal; ?#r ?kM |( ? ?ut<. r*a4ara n>rrn(? h?pimH?, ul 4wubalk aa? Mr, ibaa.d apply WiOillly. Ami >m Mm af ua nl u4 wliMktl; iftMl ky mHt ImMu < >nlk mi Vtatrm ( iki Back- at' tlnka. Puna la lk? Kaai Oimaaa d *>ft<.. U*m af Ma??> * Fnu, SIpiuiHii afltii iian,Paifi?a?,llntiw InMk t ^,Dw?|aaa.it?(tlia DifMutafakMMM, PaMH> iym?u>n?a ef C? aanpiw<i, Ac. MENTALLY.?Yha faarfi: af **u n tki atari in ai?l i* ka 4>w<i<-Ua af Maaary. Canfaami af I4a?a, Oapraai ? af pint*, Kail Farkadlrf*, AviiaiaaafSaclatT. lalflttaunt, U'i af an.,Ill ani af taa **ita p?aIUTON nKSlk?TT.-Tkawaa?*aaa m|M|l akil toika Itaiiafikin detltairf kaaltk, kaaaaa tkila >i(ai. ka kanag ? *?. pall, iir?Mu4 aiaaciaiad. ka?laf ? ??(ataa ippauim ikaattka ayaa.caaffe aa aymp:?rr>a af caoaaaptlaa PIIUIU or LM Ml? DEUCE Wkaa iki wapi4i< n4 m|ir?4aiii aaury af pliuvn la'? ki baa tmkihatf U>? an da af ih<i paiufai <1<aatM, u taa a#H" kappin tkat aa lll-Uraid iidii af iti'mi ar in j4 af inn mn irwa tfylTHf I* l-?M (M.lrtn HIIMM ('<* raapactabUity, can ataot bafnaad km. Mi kit* .?! Is' Uidi af tfnaraat tad datipt.nf prattr.dtrt. *fea. af wnu, tlch ta ^*ctrurf iimium, k.tp bin ?r?? MDtk after aanth, ? at lat>c tbt tfillatt fa? can ki a* laiatd. aad it iupMtlH<i>in*n)i rairtd t?*Hfetat-rfr fir hitra.li.. | dia&pfairuaai.li ar ? tba af tSal daa<f pur, Mtr;arr. butta Ik* ear t'.ratian* I tjirrtarna af th** ttmblt dutaat, ta?i at * (tenant p'tht Start. Ttiraal, Km kir.Ae.. [nffMr.cf with (nftiftl rap'di'.p. till daatfe ptn t aariad ta fc'.t iraadfkl taf ariafa by ttudivf Ho it Mi ti dtaaavartd caan-ry frarc trbaat ktutt aa iraraltr ratarat ML JOUtOm Kk>1 tO V POftOMAIKVIAUW* AMD IMPOTfcWCT tf iklt fraai tad iwiiitt rtaid; aittrin af lk> :ttuc ut tpatdOy cartd >?< fall *>f?r raaiarad Tbaaatcdt ?? t?a aatt ctrraatacd dtb'.ltmtd, **a bad laat lU b?p?,ba?? bill lDrctdllUiV IllllTMl. All trcptdiatr . ta PanUf I *r Maattl Piaaaal jmlaii, km af PraaraUirt Favtt. Rind* Tw?M?|i!,4 Vtiiimw (anion ' A Had ; ihi< i:m>ouEMEirr or r*s raxaa. TBI MANY YMOBSA.NL>* ci?4 ettku 'witMtf* witk'i Ik* tut yMra, aad Ik* natttiiM imfwiutliil' Ml parterre*d ky Dt. Jahaafj, VMaatd ky ik* ninunrf tt?p>y?n aad nur alktr wnm, ullm *d nub tun iMKiiii >|U1 aad ifik k?MI Ik* llMll, k? Mm kt* iiiNih (* a p?U*Bu ?f Mrs Mar aad iimw1MIHf, a ai>ii<U|a>n>iM u tkt iliaiM t**?-1' JOY FOR THE *<jrK AND t*l'KFKBiN?. LET ALL WHd A HE AFpLICTEP AFPLY THE^KEMEDY _ REJOICE fx HEALTH. Frleud, do y?a ?rrer' Are yoa the nctlm of as* ofthoee mwovi silwrrit whioh ariae iron itn ferity of Ui? !>[? (!? Watt are tW, do yoa mi' Rather Mk, what er? they ?ot? The blood la the onroo o! lire ami tioait !i, ?nd xt it the firct aieinent of our txsics to r?s?>.nd to ju y canee which *feete th* ayetem,aa the ra<w lasiiiMT Rtteate The * ? prer*,,?r* Neura<?.\, tLe I.-ntalict Kryaipaia*, the abt'.o the *oo!iint R h?*tnr %'.:etn, Ner roue Debility, Dyrr^p-i*. l:trer i^.tf aint with it* toraor and dejccn , r.cu ti e anmberleaa ilia that neeh ia hair to, drr. a?fcm hxlcoua oriein from the blood. Deal kir.d.y the* au<i ter.tly mu? the b'ooj Ue? the vitaUxibc iw.tirM* of uatur* for if* aid, aad acCer ha to conimsnd to yoar eocfidanM lal aae mat truly n:?W?MMOMM|l Kliuwn m MHS. X. COX'S INDIAN TiGETABLL DECOrflOIf. With retard to thia a i moat intauibte a??cifio pOVaiar eentiinout iiae apokec lit decided te. ma. aoa the ^ridencee of ibia treat effioacy are aaa tfuned by cucctai t avow v? of curative efr-cu and tfe* happiset reavilc from iU em arc after a.I other remediea and tke beat meaieal akiii Lara failed. Let aa sav.in on'slaMon, that oert,i,oaie? area are not aoacfct lrom '.he illiterate and aaeer Aoial, bnt they are voi-.uteered fr. ir. the acaf reap eo tab ?e ainrcai IM juabfy the hichMttonaa i? which it ia roMibio to commend ac valuable a aaeciBo to ponio approra!. We rr.ay add alao tb?t tee curative properties of the medicite aree*na?ed only by lta reetorative et'ec**. the ayet?m reooverini from d.i<eaao with rei.*v*<i oou?r;tut".nal riaor. For aa'.e by a 1 reapoctabie Drufruta 10 tint oitT. and by Uie proprietor, MRS. M COX. None r enuine ad>?s her rtn.e ia biftva on tue ? ?-.t w? ? - ? - wvmv b.i'4 uvi 01; l!?r writ fry Price 81 bgttie, aix bottiee for *. Wkol-Ku* at*nt. R. f?. T. C1S&EL. Dnniit, Georgetown, 1) C.. Who!ec&le At?Lt for the Die triot.acd wi.i eufp.j the trade at ray pnooa. an 1? tr DHR. i. BOVEE l'OD'8 IMPERIAL WIXB BITTERS, Are now NiIli wtrd from Maine to tl>e Great 9al| Lake, anl the arjrcrsal verdiot of all who km them et'Ler as a n?(tr<?4 cr u a ia <nw? thaj are ucr v ':ne wond. Dt. ?K?da waed them ?awe?f*; . :z - ia practice 'or tt yearn t-efora we par?h?rea ef ti'-! 'J!? io,? r.rut to rnacoJhcuire aod pr?w?r.t '.hna * t. tne pabLc. For tr.e aire cf inc.?.e: i . u?/n>?uo?. ibiic option, Dywpeaala, Pile*. Ktrraas threat?*. Fema.e Cop plainta.toaa na**? atonic,they triWiorsc 4ocbt a most lnra.aaWe rem* j. AudaM their medic:" iLey are a pare. H>ek eome ana dei?i>.tfv? !; ?r~i4P, fro>lncit| ail Mm fieaaa.it e*hi.' ?' Jec:? of Lrardy orwiM withcnt tlwsir *? r^-miU. l?et all frieaia *1 nnmanityautf a ca.r* . f tem^rxnce vwta fa In salwtitBiiiff theae aalns.!.:? V ! ? rcr the r?'?w ipi n*t*Ctfai*d Ltfw*f frith vh:ch ti.?co?Ltry u floodou, th*>rebr ef fee's*, iy *'<? id b?:..?&i:ic Pisotee *ad DtitteB** troa tee lard. CHAitl.KS WJUDiPIKLD * CVr Predictor*, T* Wi^imi street. Nrr V *rk. J. SOKWAKZK. Axaet, WMtiiafWb, orb. DR. J. BOVEK DOP!*' IMFEHIAL ejy BITTERS. For Piiww of the Kidney a, KiiuMer *t*} t'nun Ort*n?. and Mpmtftily for Fwiiu" O^r???ioo*i oarer fail to car*. ar?i are wtrrultd U? giv* a?t>? ^HAkLEW WI DDI FIELD A CO.. Proprietor*. >* wfl'iart rt., New York. J. SOUWARZfc. J*T It J Af*nt. WMiUBltnn,IXC I""" V r p \ A (l*2r/+ 0I8PATCHI \ * \J N^/V!tfe l&t FI:e?i! K*^ At w*H kftm. ? 4a ?*fl i*?4?*4i fmmilft, it i? rtrj ? t* h?7? ?oine ot * # u?C MDrmrC. ?ti (?. (rrs~ <hc FvBitar?,ltf% CrMkcry.M. runmo'ii rnkriiikn ol^i meete nil nrk eir?r|M xl no knu?*fcold < ??? Mora to b* viUi'">cl it. It ib *'??? r**cj ?rxJ n? tM ayrkict jotrV '? no loBrw a a*or* itr for rtnjrni efcttTV,*rl<i:t*rt<d ?"rir*rm, ke%4M doIU. mkI brokec emtio*. - It i* )??t U?e for ooM.tMl!, fciHl oUior orr.tmenttl work,so pop? Witti ifliee of toLo*n.^ni kdC iirtf Tkia adairfbto preparation in end ?oM, hMag ehewtadlr bc^o :b oiotioi, mm |o?hik iTS wnr Ol U* D<" ^ MnUWl't >. it Mr be vaad is the i>.?or of ordinary maatT?<e, beinc vaatly iik re ? .' healr*. - WBKFVL IN MTltRT HOW8B." Brieh MMSfUM ea?S battle We. 49 Crt?r Mi Wt. Ti*W *?t. *MlWi IKNRV a 9rAL.iMN6 A CO., Bo* Nc. S.?0?. New Vrt, Pel t? far ifeejerr is l*ft? e< ntam'Cf l>-r, n^aaa 1 welre 1>???eB--a beaotifsl f athofrob bow Card aoooinpaurmt ecok: pvkft** IEP A fine I e bott* of SPAI.PIAV'S PUP PAKE I> QLVE wili ear* ten timee tta eoet an aaally to ever? nor?eh"i<l.-/H 9oM by all prcmieest Stationery Dnifftet^, R? ware end Korat^are I>?u?r?, Grocers, and Oonntrrinwcwi'ti makr ? r>ote?f SPA I. 1)1 WS PhEfARBV WLPJ?, when maMag ?? fiiwr !(?t It wr! etan < awv elimal* t? i*-i? gfc.A80NABI,J5 D K VOTTODT ?*h"' M Hfcawl*. K1*bb#I?I . Mariimt, OttmMM Bl&nkrU, F?!| ri.rfhi Pi Faiioy Silk Rob*' na'1' po?iin?. .... In.h L?r?, ?^?5sr sns* "t?Z.2 V*' ENTU,KIS!p0. 1M1 ?VALKNT1NK8H iSH&u ? J