Newspaper of Evening Star, February 6, 1861, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated February 6, 1861 Page 4
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. Ml I THE EVENING STARTo ?s Ts*ts? in Covet.?TbeSt LooisDemocrat bn bfCT fnrniibrtl with ia extract from an answer about to be Hied in tbe Circuit Court uf that county at tbe suit of a well-known New Orleans bank against a prominent city banker of St. .Louis, to recover a large sum Tbe defendants sta e In their answer that tbe . -- mn. .t'nn of nersoca. citizens of ?ie'?tate* of Loutsisna domiciled and doing business therein. and acknowledging allegiance thereto, and have adjured all allegiance to the United States of America; that said State of Louisiana has weeded from ?nd revolted against the United States of America; and la at war with the same; that the plaintiffs, and all other persons who ere eitltena of said State and domiciled therein and acknowledging allegiance thereto, are alien enemies of the United States of America and of the State of Missonrl, and have no right to maintain any suit in the courts of the State of Missouri. This defence, if persisted In to the last rrsort, would carry the question of tbe right of a State to secede to the Supreme Court of tbe United States for settlement. I * prosecution opens the door to a variety of legal questions, and will be watched with Interest South Carolina Battssiks.?The Charleston correspondent of the Philadelphia Press says: Tha cotton hatt*rv is aald to be a failure, which. !J prMumr, will account for the no small denying all knowledge of It. When It war nearly completed tome one discovered that It could not float 1 ?w this extraordinary work of art, and can oucb for Its existence; and although the Mercury's correspondent at Washington seems to have been lgnoant of its whereabouts, the Mercury's editor was thoroughly posted, and was silent A large floating battery is In the course of construction at the foot of Hazel street, which I Inspected this morning It is composed of wood, with Iron castings; the sides ere twelve inches thick, and the Interstices are filled with palmetto logs and sand. Its destination is Ueaufort harbor, on the Carolina coast UZ^The telegraph report* from New Orleani that rumors were In circulation ttieie that hostilities had commenced at Pensacola. Our advices by mall are however of directly a contrary tendency The Mllledgeville and Montgomery papers, the State capitals of Alabama and Georgia, speak with full assurances of the intended with dr wal of th? State forces, and the abandonment of tbe navy yard and Forts MrRae and Bnrrancas Toe Montgomery M ail conccdes that the Secession forces woold be unable to cope with Fort Pickeni whilst the United States has command of the sea All probabilities of any difficulty there are undoubtedly removed. Good News from Alabama.?Reliable advices from Alabama bring the assurance that the Secessionists have been forced to yield to th* overwhelming Union sentiment in the northern part of the State, and reconsder their hasty actiou so far as to provide for submitting the Ordinance of Secession to the people. ILr A southern editor, In attempting to compliment Oeneral Pillowas a "battle scarred veUran," was made by the types to call him a "battlfecared veteran " In the next issue the mistake was so far corrected as to style htm a ?' bottlescarred veteran." ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS. WILLARDS" HOTEL ?J H Hall. NY; C A Walborn. Pa; H Ancbincloaa, N Y; M Daria. do D R'.ply, >l J, J Butierlleld, NY; E S Sanford.do: W B Dinner, do: D N Barry, do; L Ketchum.do; T B Horlon, O; J N Bl'ch, Mo; N Wolfe, NY; J Morrla do; E C rot well, do; L Hobard. NJ; N H Wolf. Pa; A Whitaker and lady, do; Hon J Pol loch, d<>, Hon \ \V Loomi*. do. Hod W McKen* nan. do, L H Paieu?n, do; R W Kopea. NY; J C Griffin, do, W Jarria. do; R Battell, Conn; 8 1 AV-lUama, NY, S B Noland, Md; O Davta, NC; K D Maxwell. Pa; H !* Ma^raw. do; P Schugler NY. F H Miller, Kr;PS Van Renaalear, NY; i Malcolm, Md; J William*, Pa; 8 E Suber. Me;H W Are ton, Md; Col W H Dallear, do; Col Stump do; J M Coale. do; Col J McSherry do; P Hackie man, lnd, !s Mackery, NJ; W Kevaer.Md; H S McComb. Del; C Warner, do; Col J A Duncan do; Dr J Bringhartj do; C B Smith, do; J Floyt ana * i?aies. \ 1, Ut L M Jackson, do, W Root Pa; J Cragshall, d?>; W Winder, Md; C Spencer P?: T W Marklv. do; M Harris, USA: 9 Winder Md, P Lynch, NY; H O Banks, Pa; W J Baker do; F F t- ass t, do; N Burt, do; J 1. Lee, NY; I R Waters and lady, Md; Mrs T G Davis, do, Ma >1 C Davis, dc; D LrRoy and lady, NY; Miss Le Roy and uoaid, do; D L Harris and ladv, Mnss; I Brown, Ct; N B Pratt, do; F Gimbernatand bdv I NY; C F Cleveland, Ct; c G Ripley, Minn; H 1 Miller, NJ. NATIONAL HOTEL -? W Stanly, NC; Ja Meqarry, Pa; H U Smiib, C R Coveri, 1. Morgo %|W r-v' - - *? - - ? ? IV I . u mrner, r*U; J VV Lewis, T P Shalcroat Va; T J McKalg, L K Newcomer, Md; C Pallet O, J D F.vans, Pa; B A Smith. O; D Ripley, NJ H Miei. H Barton, USN; O Bird, Dr Simon.Ind J Van Dyk?s, W M Seyfert, J H Sutherlane, Pa; ] ? CarrU, DC, W J Cbrlatian, A B Kv*n?, J iV Smith, J Jaunie, C C Melntvre, Va; J O Heat, I MitcUeli. J McClure, Pa; Dr Blackburn,Va: H I Denman, P Fuller, K*n; G W Gail. Md; F Put nam. A Ordway, A E Verrell, A W Barry, I. li Sinai, Man; P M Cu?ti?, Del; M G Curttn, 111; . T Browne and ljr, Md; J A Wright, G Hickman D H Palate and ly, Pa; J L Morgan, Va; 8 Berr; T Berry, Md. CLAY S HOTEL.?I. D Atnea. S D Hale, Ml A G Lane, Root Ormaby, C W Pricbard, Vt; I L Carpenter, Va; J Broaostreet, N V"; S L Brown Ohio; A Forba and ton, J B Roble, H J Mann Matt, L L Kiigor*-, Kan; J M Townaend, I!j>A O Hurt more and lady, Ala; H Greenleaf ant andfam.NY, L P Jonea, Wit; J Juvln. Texai n a i t*??i ? - - in l. rrouuugnam,ii>i S Lane, Vt; J M Mont goruerv and wife, Ga, W P Slmi*on and ion Oblo, 9M Ellta and servant, Ga; G G Golding Ohio, G W Houseman, Dei. R J Haller, V?; . J< Del, B C ^toutenburgh, NJ; J amen S McMuir, Cal; J N Boyd ai.d family, M?l; H K Hoxie, Iowa. UKOWN ? HOTEL ?J L Law, T Brond,C Edward* and fam, Miaa F A Maury, P l>tw?on Md, Rev T Pryor. L>r J R Hlnton, E Hlntou an? ly, W E Hlnton, J E Bland. Mia* E Bland, Mr A (l ? n aainioii, ur l. lug man. Miue< ? and G Smoot J Cbinton. A B Evans, G Jordan, J Pendleton A Dickinson, C Bruel. Va; J L Pennington, J A Hopkin, M'i L Myers, J M CbicheeVr. N V; ft; Berrlnger, T J Bruton, Ga: A 1) Hamilton, Tenn W M Compbell,8C; A jl O'Neal, Ala; VV Lewis Miss, J HuniuiwU aud rom, W 8 Baker, li O 1 Banks, Pa, J s> E Cane. Cuba. KJRKWOOD HOUSE ? M Murly, Tax; L Ty aln?n. C Brewer, Md; ft W hitney and ly, La; I r Beaiy, Cal; J Woodward, T Bearly, Mrsanc Mils Heywood, NY; H Sproul, D ft Roberts, \\ JX^mitb. E C Marshall, Dr 8 8 Neall. T Irwin Va; J Stewart. D Gilinan, Pa; J Baker, Kan; J Townsen. T M Ogle, N Wolfe, R P Janver. B * Booth, Del; T Gray, Cal; Capt H Wharton, USA T* CEMTETKRY NOTICE. J. HE Snbacnber offers for saie tus stook of M AR Bl-K HONI ? .. v M A Ul I V .11 0 Ull A V t bT<?NK3*iMl MARBLE MA.V1'ELa ?t rednoet price* fur ouh or approved note*. An early call 11 Solicited. WM. EU i HERFoRl). Mar bio Worn, 35 !i E at. north, oc IT 3wi >x?tvr^*>o 12W1 ?n<1 13th. NEW PAWN OFPICE 6 O E. W A R 0.~DMler in Ne*6 V <1 twt Off Ciothidg, r?i?ood-j)l; inform th? Uk?t ae hH opeued a Ltt'EMSEii PAWN OFFlJfc. at Nu. 7?> Louiaiaua avenue, between 9 u aad lou? ?*<.. a iew door* eau of the cow Central ttu?.rd-hoiiie, where ha will be at all timea prepa 1 i to w *.t o . ma p&vons witj prctnptneae, attention aed theatrioteet lastioe. N. ti.?Jeweiry, Dry (roods. Clothing, Mechan ioe' Too la. ac., a. wija on haud at pnvale aale. ja 16 im* THE msuKANCB COMPANY ow THE STATE or VIRGINIA CASH CAPITAL 9300,000. laaarM Miwkirtm, Baiidioft, Household * Firnitar*, km,, mixl Iom or to?n by ftr*. HEATH * KNOWLE8. A|?U,, OAoo?Room 10 otot Bank of WMhinfton. j? 10 IMPORTANT TO ?nmn?w??? * * ? PPttK* ? OO.'B livutMj not oaiy ABSOLUTELY All!) PfcUFfcCTLT PU*h, bat iroud from frAh 9pioes. hImi*) ud cle&oec t>ru wywi'; for tt? yurpuM withamt reformer tu oo?t Tldj beMbimiy peeked in tiufoii, (lieed with ? * ?.> u? prevent uuery by keeping. (M we (ail wd(l)t, wruU the ordinary ground Pyioee er? tlmu? iQV*n*Uy short. We wirnurt <bU-if.OAW.tr SR ESttg*.V<P,v I s?sssr TJgSa?^ w?'?'"""u* F^'KSm# ^ branoy fruits, >-?ka , r- ' \ MISCELLANEOUS. Tii A.mal?aj(atio!i or Umvun.-TlNniii growliu tendeoor la ttis if* to a*pro*riate the iaoat?xereeeiv? wordaoi?tt><vr an*ua?ee^nia aftar a while to tncorfarate th?m into oar on;tkii the word Oxalic, whioh la from the ftreek, eif nifting "for the head," dot lowing pnnjtniml in oonveetion vrth Mr. fcpakiing'e creeit Headache remedy; but it will eoon be ae?ri in a more general war, and the word Cepi%uo will become aa common aa Kleotrotyee aud many others whose distinction m foreign words has been worn away by common naa.ce antil they teem "native and to the manor born." 'ardly Realised. Hi 'ad 'p 'orrible 'eadache this afternoon, hand I tapped into tae hapothecaries han't says hi to the man, "Can roa hease me of an 'eadaohtt"' "Does it haohe *ard," says 'e. "Hexoeedingly," says hi. and upon that 'e gave me a CephaUo PiFt hand pop me 'onor it oared me eo *uiok that Pardly realited I 'ad 'ad an 'eadaohe. ILTfltABirsi ia the fhvorito sign by whioh nature makes knowa any deviation whatever from the enteral state of the brain, and viewed m this light it maybe looked on as a safeguard intended in VIVA nntlHA r\T HiiMaa wkifik mi?K? ntharwia* escape attention, till too late to be remedied: ae<l it* indication* should never be nerleote^. Headaches may be oias?ified under two name*, via: Symptomatic and Idiopatkie. Symptomatic Headaohe is exceedingly oommon and la the preoursor of a great variety of diaeaaea, among whionare Apoplexy. Gout, Rhesmatism and all f'brile diseases. fit ita rervous form itia a'mpathetio dleeaee of the stomach constituting tick k**Jack?, of hepatio dieeaae constituting bilious k'ndacht, of worma,oonatipation and other disorders of the ooweia.aa well aa renal and uterine affections. Diaeaaea of the heart are very freq uently attended with Head achea; Anaemia and plethora are aleo affections which uently oooaaion headache. Idiope.thio , Headache ia alao very oommon, being usually dialing uished by the name of nervous ktadachr, aoiretimea ooming on auddenly in a state of apparently sound health and proetrating at onoe the mental and phyaical epergiee, and in other inatanpee it oomee on alowly. heralded by depression of spirits , or acerbity of temper. Inmost instances the ra.m ia in front of the head, over one or both eyea, and eometin.ee provoking vomiting, under this olass 1 may a'ao be named neuralgia. For the treatment of ntner olaes of Headaohe ttya a ma i'??0 wvu luuuo B BUTO (IUU SftIO remedy, relieving the moat aoate paina in a few minutes, and t>y iU subtle power eradicating the disease of which headache la the unerring index. i 1 Beidoit.?Miasua wante job to send her a box of Cepha..o Gluo, do. a bottle of Prepared Pills^bnt I'm thinking'hat's not just it naither; but perWips ye'l 1 be afther knowing what it is. Ye sea she's ni(h d*ad and gone with the Siok Heaaaohe and wants some more of that same as retailed her before. Dmggtst.?You most mean 8palding'a Cephalio Pills. Bridgtt.?Ooh ' snre now and you're sed it,here's the quarther and gnr me the Puis and don't be all day about it aither. (enatlpatiea er CestlTtatw. No one of the "many ills flesh ia heir to" la so i prevalent, so little understood, and tomioh neglected as Costiveness. Often originating in carelessness. or sedentary habits; it ia regarded aa a alight diaorder of too 'ittle oonseqnenoe to exoite anxiety, while in reality it ia the preou'sor and oompanion of many of the moat fatal and dangerous disease*. and nnleaa early eradicated it will brinigthe antTerer to an untimely grave. Among the : lighter evila of whioh Oativeness ia the usucj attendant are Ueadaohe, Colio, Rheumatism, Foul ' Broath Piles, andothersoflikenature.whilealong train of frightful diseases such as Malignant Fevera, ' Abaessea. Dysentery. Dyspepsia, Diarrhea, Apo[ plaxy, Kpiiepsv, paralysis, Hysteria. Hypochondriasis,M elanonoly and Insanity, first indioate their presence in the system by thia alarming symptom. ; Not unfrequently thediaeasea earned originate in < Ccnat nation, but take on an independent exist. enoo unless the oanae ia eradicated in an early stage. 1 From all these oonaiderationa it follows that the diaorder should receive immediate attention when4 ever it oooura, and no person ahould negleot to gel I a box of Cephalie Pills on the first appearance ol the oomplaiat, as their timely use will expel the iusidaous approaches of disease and dectroy thii Hnns?rnll fftA *A hnman 1?4W . W JVW ?W JI U 1UUU iUOl i ? A. RMl BUMUC\ PA^mum.?'Well, Mrs. Jones, how la that head? Mrs. Jcnts.?Gone! Doctor, all gone! the pill ron sent cured me in just twenty minatea, and 1 wish > rou would send more ao that I oan have then - najidy. ? Physician.?You oan get them at any Druggists, Call for Cephalio Pills, I find the/ never fail, and ] } reoomm?nd them in all oases of Headache. Mrs Jongs.?I shall send for a box directly, and *haM tell all my suffering friends, for they are arsaJ I bUsting. ' Twmtt Millions or Dollaxs Saved.?Mr, ! Spaldinghas sold two millions of bottles or hie oel' etjrated Prepared Glu? and it is estimated that eaob UVHI* ?VO? 51 io\? un aouars worth of broken furniture, thus making an uirsfkte of twenty mili lions of dollars reclaimed from total lou by toil , valuable invention. Having made his Slue a houaei hold word, he now proposes to do the world still greater service by oaring all the aching heads with t uisCephaiio Pilla, and if they areaa good as hia \ Glue, Headaohes will soon vanish away lika sno* ' la Jnly. y t 117" Ov** excitkmikt. and the mental care and anxiety incident to close attention to bus neaa 01 stuJy, are among the numerous causes of Nervoui Ile&dache. The disordered state of mind and bod] < incident to thia distressing complaint is a fata b?ow to a 1 energy and ambition. eufferers by thii ; disorder oan anrats obtain speedy relief from 1 these distiessixc attacks by using one of the Cephalic Puis whenever the symptoms appear. II 4 Diets the overtasked brain aiid soothes the strained and jarring nerves, aod relaxes the tension ol the aton.v-'h which always accompanies and af, gravates toe disordered condition of the brain. I I ? I woite Kitowij*?.?8?aldln?'s rsshsiin nua are a certain onre for Stole Headache, BiM' oas Headache, Neryoua Headaolie, CoatiToneea, ^ aud General Debilitj. i " 1 Giiit Diacovray-?Among the moat Important of a > the great medioa! diacovenea of thia ate maj 1 be oonaideredrthe ay stem of vaocinatioo for proteoi tiun fn.in Sni&il Pox, the Cephalic Pill for relief oi j Heada-jhe. and the nee of (Jainine for the prerenU<>n of Kovera, either of wliioh la a aure apeoifio, ) whole benefiu will be experienced by Buffering humanity long after their diacoverera are forgotten. I i > <* i iu~uid too ever have the Siok Hwdteht t Do you remember the throbbing templet, the fevered row, the loathing and disc uat at the sight of food, i How totally uufit jrou were for pleasure, oonveraa, Hon or atudv. One of the Cephalio Pllla would ' have relieved yon from all the anserine whioh too then experienced. For this and other purpoMa yon ahomld al way a have a box of them on hand to naeaa oooaaion requires. 1 : cure NervousHeadache Headache. Br the iu of tksee Pills the periodic Attacks ot N*wmu or Siek Htadacht may be prevented; and If taken at the commencement of an attnek immediate relief from pain and sickness will be obtained. They seldom fail in removing the Nmutta and Htadmdu to wkiok females are so subject. They act gently upon tke bowels,?removing Cottivtntn. ? For Littrary Mm, Studmtt, Delioate Females, and all persons of ?ed*?t*ry habitt, they are all valuable as a Laxativt, improving tke appsrt??, giving lex and vigor to the digeetive organs, and rnr*?i? 4L* **'? . uig ...v iMkHlM O imuoiij ma atreag th of Lbe whole >7atom. he CEPHALIC PI L8 are the reealt of long investigation aid oarefnlly oondaoted expert aaenta, having ben tm aee many year a, daring whioh time tkar kare prevented and relieved a nit aouwat of paia aad Buffering from Headache, whether ongl nating ia the ntrrmu ayatem or from a deranged etate of the ttammtk. They are eatiroiy vegetable ia their eoeapoettioa, aad aaay be takea at aU baaee with perfeet aafbty withoat making aay change of diet, mmd tka at i?Ki ff amy di*atT*e+bU tatu rmdtrt it aaay le adminutsr th*m (e ckildrtm, BE WARE OP COUNTKAPUTS1 The caaaiao have fire aigaataree of law? C. Spaldiag oa aaoh Box. Bold by DrnggieU aad all other - 1 Box will be Mat by bu01 prepftM o? r?Miftof Jit.? _ PUCK, M CENTS. JL11 orders afcotld be *ddre?e4 to . HINtY C. BPALOaW, elKdAvW 48 Oriv street. Nev York. % ?4 PUBLIC ADVERTISEMENT. pUBLIC N Otl C B. ?? 1 ?>UI. ..?!.. la I tU? I I compost Muiuad, of the dmriHion toil?fl? eet forth, hare lately bora felonloneiy abet meted from the oaatody of th* Interlor/Department, th* am* beinj the property of the United Btatee aad held ia tract for oertain Indian tribes. No'ioe hae aleo been |im to th* proper oftteri at the reepee tire State* to atop the payment thereof; aad all pereoae are warned acaiaet pnrohaelng or reomvinr ftjnv of ?id hnnHa aiJ ammwi tut Ik* ]?{ ? a# the United States thereto will be pre seen ted to the atnoet extent Enoh bond being for the nn of on* tboatnnd dollar*, ria: Six ft oent Missoari Conpen Bonds, issued in Jane nnd Aifiit. 1KTT. State of Miesionri.Bt. Lonis and Iron Mountain R, ft. 8Mb Bonds. Bond No. 3037 Bond No. 1823 1876 1827 WW 1822 1997 1821 1VV8 1820 2008 181V 2007 1818 lOOl 1SAA 4 XW9 1994 1817 1995 1816 1801 1815 1900 1814 1892 1813 1991 1812 2003 1810 2002 1811 1902 1808 2U06 2031 2005 2033 2004 2034 2001 2035 1009 203ft 2000 2032 9IWK1 1H<M vv* *u?u 1877 1828 1878 1829 1879 1830 1880 1831 1881 1832 1882 1868 1883 1869 1884 1870 1886 1871 1886 1872 1887 . 1873 1886 ' 1874 1889 1875 1890 2030 2045 2029 2048 2018 2046 2017 2047 2016 2044 2015 2043 2014 2040 2018 2041 2012 2042 2010 2039 2011 2038 1825 99 bonds 1824 Not*.?Bonds No. two, ud below of dus series, issued June, 1857, and bonds No. 3001. and above sa.dssHsftw'Mr' *i ^ State of Missouri six p?r oent. ooupon bonds, wj Hannibal and St, Joseph Railroad State Bond No. 1853 Bond No. 1028 1852 1627 f 1851 1628 > 1850 1629 1 1849 1859 1848 1865 1847 1863 1846 1862 1845 I860 1844 1861 1833 1856 [ 1835 1858 i 1833 1855 1834 1854 [ 1836 1822 1837 1833 1838 . 1824 1839 1825 1649 1826 1640 1827 1635 1828 1612 182A i 1613 1830 # 1614 1831 ! 1615 1641 I 1618 1642 ' 1617 1643 [ 1618 1644 1619 1645 1620 1646 1621 1647 ! 1611 1648 , ' 1864 1637 1634 1638 1631 1840 ! 1632 1842 1633 1843 ' 1022 1650 r 1857 1816 1636 - 1817 1630 1818 1639 1819 1841 * 1820 > 1623 1821 1624 1625 90 bondi S.SS1 <ton&ru > SSiite N<,rU' Bond No.?2952 Bond No. 1639 2940 1638 2939 1641 2941 1642 2942 1643 ?Wt AM . ?? 1644 2945 1645 2944 1646 2943 1647 2947 1648 2948 1649 2V49 1640 2950 1650 2937 2922 2938 2923 1653 2924 1654 2936 1655 2951 ZV3.1 1656 1857 2921 1705 2468 1706 2512 1707 2513 2452 2514 2453 2$15 2454 2516 2455 ?11 2456 ?19 2457 2911 2458 2913 2459 2914 2460 2916 2461 >915 2462 2917 2463 2918 2464 M1A ? 3930 3400 3964 3407 3955 1051 . 80 bond* Np**.-Th? bonds naicbsrad Mflud b?Jow, iaB*nl, Bond No. 3773 Bond No. 3703 3784 1787 3780 m0 3781 J717 3781 1734 1770 " *t?I *1 3783 3719 3711 3733 3713 3733 3710 27ae 3735 3716 3777 3737 3776 3734

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Bond Na. 833 Bond No. 735 832 736 831 758 830 758 829 760 834 7?1 835 782 836 163 837 764 838 790 871 791 872 792 873 793 874 794 875 795 876 796 877 797 878 798 879 799 880 800 881 841 846 802 OA4 W1I cUO 848 804 849 805 850 806 851 808 852 807 853 811 854 811 855 813 856 814 857 815 858 816 860 817 861 818 862 819 863 820 804 821 865 - 822 866 823 807 824 868 825 809 826 870 827 883 828 882 884 840 885 843 731 844 fOJ 845 7$3 734 104 bonds North Carolina six p*t o?nt. Connor bond*. Bond No. 599 Boad No. 493 600 494 003 495 804 490 05 497 600 Ml 607 498 608 510 610 511 611 481 611 482 613 483 609 ' 484 614 485 * 622 480 623 487 624 488 . 625 489 626 490 627 538 628 539 641 540 642 541 643 542 615 in 44 530 648 Ml 47 632 48 533 44 534 ?4? 636 50 636 61 637 61 618 10 639 17 618 18 515 ?19 617 466 514 467 433 468 646 ?9 646 602 647 439 548 440 560 <*J 602 X? ' 471 21 472 iS 473 JS 474 }? 475 *2 476 iS 477 }? *78 426 479 42J 480 421 612 SI 4?1 1IQ I j. 493 ? MEsagfjajB ?y*Xa1?2S'^!Ss^S : UNUotwr, 1S66, ofT?V*biio, I rii: 1 Boad No. 41 Bo* No. 141 " 12 44 144 4 144 N I* _ * __ I, ' Bo?4 Ho. fT Boat Ho. KS 2 1M ,2 144 JS i? JJJ m 113 191 114 19] 19X 1 M 1AI ir its 12$ 196 179 197 180 19* 129 199 130 200 137 ? 144 46 bond* 146 Two bon f *t rack, dated April. 1OT. Bond No. 9 Bond No. 10 Flit* b. >d? for f LOW Qotebar, 1*tt. t x: i'myabi at Bank of Rayabho, Otttwr, 1*7,111: Bond No. 1182 Bond No. 1192 HfU 1185 11M 1186 1195 1187 1196 !!S !!? 115? ?*? *sras s itjioi th? lo.lowing nmiibtrt, ud dated jus. ?ry, 18JS: ' * ** Bond No. 217 Bood No. 415 278 419 2y4 476 297 477 409 491 41J 498 414 "*41 IM And of the following turab?riiiii?4 Juairf.lUl Bond No. 82* Bond No. 1278 829 1368 830 And of the following i?b?ri issaod January,lU6 Bond No. 1744 Bond No. 2656 211,0 2891 2133 2892 2581 3000 2005 3121 And of the following Bimbtri issued January, 18% Bond No. 3149 Bond No. 4S07 3464 4208 3465 4209 3466 4210 3407 4211 3469 ' 4212 3470 4213 *M1 4214 8472 4431 3758 . 4527 3894 4529 3941 4550 3942 4550 3943 4566 3944 4509 3945 4570 394ft 4571 3985 4749 , 4199 4751 4200 4881 And of the following number* laaued January, 1837 Bond No. 5056 Bond No. 5419 5195 5421 5326 5426 5359 5427 5360 5430 5361 5434 5362 5436 5363 ?>437 6364 6438 6366 6<3? 6*66 6440 5367 6441 6368 . 6442 5369 6453 5370 6444 6371 6446 5371 6461 5373 6618 5374 6619 5375 6620 6376 6621 6377 * 6622 6378 6703 5379 5704 5380 5705 6381 5706 5386 6707 5386 5708 5387 6700 6388 5710 5389 6711 K. '1AA 9712 5391 5713 5799 53?3 5839 5416 5840 5417 5841 5418 OrriC* O* THE SlClETAAT OF TH1 IRTIBIOK, December 26, iwn. * ? dtf J. THOMPSON, g?8wury. Q^KICB.M^LOW^ND^UEB MONONQAHELA RYE WHISKEY, Conscientiously distilled by Mr James Baraaide. of Allegany County, Ptnu., in the crid-faahioned honest way, froic tljechoioest and moat oarefally eelected Rye, and in do eaee ever ofiered for aal? until adapted to wholeeome ase by age It isal once the moct palatable, aa it ia eaapliatlealiy on< of the purea) beverages in the reacri of the pahlie To the Invalid.aa well as to those in health, il oomme&ds itself for ita anrivailed qualities aa i stimulant of the safest, surest, and most beneficed nMn-'-"? - ??' * J' ?,uimi; wins mun iiiiunituiBlie-1 physician* are using it in their practioe with th? happf%*t rewulta CLEEY * 9TOCKDALK. Proprietor*, 328 W?Upnt street. philadelphia. wm. c. c6novek. Agent for the Pro?riqtpr?. 236 Pa. a*., se 2* Wm OfgaOTI Willards' Hotel. PURE OLD RYK WHISKY .-On handler* brand* of Pure Old Rye Whl< Icy. Copper Dis tilled, ma^o by the meat reliable distiller ir Penn nlraiUA, Maryland and Virginia, warranted para, Also, Imported H randies, Henneecy, Otard. Dupq; It Co., Juies Robins, &o- Also.Peaoh and Apple Brandy, pure Holland 61b, old Jamaioa and Bt Croix Ran:, and Wsnea of every variety, all ol tandard brands. A ohoioe lot of Qirara and tobaoco. YOUNO k. KKI1 HART, Atento, ap 14 1* l'a a*.. hdv.Mh ana Ittk eta. jr ? ?? ^ 9 *10 V'W? J?r ?? ^ (<A' ?'<?V?f / ?*!..'?rt IK IV ' I Mf (i< r?/.V< ?/1 4# Jf*?- km A# ",) /* ? ? 5?/l0 u ^'.rT*^4/^ a^J V/ y ? ;W#m Mi'y M? f" i"*. g ^ sfjj^ r ? S 0 / \ 1P&Z&?S 5<*1 /) ' 1?M dffdmf* f**n fjmn fw'.tf r5?'lT . llatt't *mlf. /liW,V I*2c) .r^ ; rf?i? mini hf tit fr* MWIIWI KU1 ^ o< [' ??>?/' !? K^mmI If ! f l*"*"- * I CAUTION. PURCHASERS SHOULD BE CAREFUL IN PURCHASING THE VALLEY WHISKEY TO SEE THAT IT IS MmMMM WITH THE SIGNATURE OF ON THE LABEL AU OTHERS ARE AN IMITATION AND A COUNTERFEIT nr tup adhup ?i i db nowTEi tyniorvc.t. WM.HDA1Y, SOLE PROPRIETOR 19 S80TH WILUAM SI NEW YORK. VO? BALM IN WASHINGTON MY rM? RAKROVR * MMNRH 8.5K^iiffil?iBTiice 41'R'^H BIEIN^ ! ITS Pau ?tmu, U th? only plftM u Uaeity *k?r? tally pwwt mb b* tomwi front **ry $ ?' and alt/ a th? Uiuotu N?w York, Pkl}ad?>bi)a, aim BaJti ora M*ri Mirarad in tka cit* and flaorfet?*n, wmMlUtlT on U? imnl of thftraln*. A" tb? n. *" * , mpiourgs. LOC* BVIFIfU, m* Dtmmwtd tkt MM (VMM amm*,mtd ?Ur POE ALL DISEASES OP IMPBUDKNCS. LET NO FALSE DELICACY PREVENT. APPLY IMJUED ATEL V. A CERE WA EEANTED, OE HO CMAEVE, IN FROM ONE TO TWO DATS m4 lltUtt, DtNtaffM, IPfUMf, llMWl Miur. I?>I ? ?. P>'T?f ?.* ? r?M? *p?HW,Cmhi* if M**?, Pilftuu*' tltttliifl. v,n<4iif1f>?atkMi P mau* *r tofM ? M*mm, Pmim *rik?ln(LTkiMi M W RW, AfiuWii *4 ik? L? g?, IWWM m IMIUIUi T?rnkl. PlMHm tfM>| tnm Mttar; B?HU at TMk-tta* DIM?II H4 PImax FHUKM ?M ? IN Hinkfi kifavMi. M< IIMN; kM U**y u< RM TOIMHBI fcpuli I It vto k>i in? i*t ill? ?f M it; Tta?, Mtl tmmi ??< Imnni'i kitn *k*?t wmiIIt M itiMti; fft?i iWam4i ?f 1 M> | >Ur ?r ii? Mn n Uu4 Mi*M ??4 Mllui ayki wlnnm fca MnMH itmaiw mmi? ?> ? <? %? ? ?? ? ? ? a* *M m ???i; iH trvtaf lyw, aay ?*H ??? Wi aaa*111,1 UKIV Piuon, M T*?| (Mf aplasia# *?rttn, >?i?i a*j?a?i nUMH,N|ub cftuttr, WMdn, *?.. ? .?a4 ? Wfca lluw kHMaif ?. V '% **N ?f Dl. J. NUh Mi; mhi M kM kaaar w I (MiMm* u< i?MaaUy rrtf I IfM M( iklll u flrntiat ovncc ?. t ?o?yfc nuuictiTkiiT. liA kod aU ainlai flM IiKuh(( m??. * ?? ?? lm lfc? Mnii rul bm MikHri umu4 itafcit IwW MM k? ptM u< limn I m>? ML JOBMTOB, Mwhli .r tka 1*^1 Oiiaf* U?<w (hMM fcaaa hi ( U? bm iBteaat OMUpi la tfta lilii] Nii^ aad tka |TUW> ftrt af tWti ltfa kit ktaa. ayaatla U< b?* fitaia af U?<w. f>n?. n?Oo4?l?tii4 t?< alaawkava, bat at* btu< m?ui af l*a >MI uwr.ihmi carat Uai vara a ? ? kaavai aiaay uaa?!a? witk nnfi*g la U? ka?4 am* aaaa vkaa aalata: fraat nmmni, kalrg atarmad U aaiaa* aaaada. kukfalaaa* viti- fra^aant k.iafcihf, auaa4*4 Mai tui ntncivti none*. Tni| Nil U< Mk?t ?>. fc*?* ll-)?r.4 rHKM k? MlUin fnttlu icrialgtd ir. ?Iim ilnt-t f Imtm4 Itm *?il cmpuiiM, * *i Kkwt, <? tfuu < tkiUwt MffclJj (lit IMD IIIMf, CI d I-' Ml rtadin mirn&fi lapvmikto. <ini?i mtm4 aa4 Ml, *h??.d *pply IbmAiu!;. Tmm tn wm tftki h4 im n*i??ck?U tf >im >ntii?< k| Mlji bcMU afratA vii i Vxlmii (fUi Ittl ul bnW, hiu ui IS 11**4. Piimii* h*i'f hlfiUMarflli* lMft,U}ip?f*f. H*r*au IrnnH I |y, ik? Hi f **'.i * fmcM, (Mini D??iUty ?7 rr.ptof (Vitmf'.m., At. MXKTA U.T.?Tn* f**rfcl *f*tuM U* sli4 u* Milto M Mt<i4-l*w ( Miinij, C**h?w *f Km, Ptjwinlw f Bpinu, Kvti PHMiiin, A?* r?t?o flKMlrUfOMiM^ . U'**( *Uu4*,TU*t4Uf, ?! .,*>? Ma* *f tk* ??il* Hut. EATOM nniLITT-rk??ud*u* m?1*4n fM U tk* ui***(tk*ii d*t;inir.f k*i)tk, lwn| Ikiu >ifM. kt Ifftuun tkaai li>* i;h taag b w tyiaptf ?t( tuMBfttM oiaxASKa or impkbhiuick. Vhi lk? n:af?dad tod mpn<?t *?ury af pltatart (a At kt ku la>iM Ota atadt af thu punfkl dlaataa, It in ahH hpfMi that ill-timed imm tlriwmwdrMl < dm?nff dawn km Ina tppltiog la tkaaa wNa, idiuwul raapatufelit?, Ui tint ktfritad Pmb. lalla lata |M kaadt af ifnataot tad daatfaicf prittudir*. *! toctpakla af tmef. tick kit pitnlu; tabtuntt. kttp kia trill?f aatk anar aaath, ar aa laof aa tka aiatllaat fa* caa ka aVauaad, and la datpttr laaaa him auk -ainad kaaltk M auik a?tr kiaaaLUnf dia* ppatnucat i; af kp tka vat af that laafl> pain, Wtrtary. haj-.ao tht ca>.autauaa?I ijnpaai af Ikk tamkla diaatat, talk aa Aftctiacta' tfia ?t>n. Tkraat. Haat, kin.ft*.. r*arrtaa?r.* ilh frigbtfal rapidity,till dank paMl panad ta hit draadfal aafanrf* kj aaadii g kia la ikat dlaaavarad caaauj frata akaai ttaiaa aa tratalar rttaraa ML IOEOTOM1 EEW^DJJ^OB OMABIU VI1IIIM ?mv imr v a mv< . By Ikh flMt u< ln>t*!Di nnii; VHltM rf tk? MpM m ( any >*< and fall t?ft ranm*t. Tk??m it >IUi mi aarvaaa u4 d*MUui*4, *> tad law all . km Mm luidltMlr r?u??#d. All uapaduakau ta ? Iktltlh ! ImiIwi, Lm tf PrttuJTrifii Iiihii MHiMlUt Tliaklmi tr,l WlUitM *r IiktuUM (fill mi'iuw Mad iptttdily cand. tKi)''l'IMUT or TBS rmEM rac many tmuhbahdc tub* tMutauM ?*e% Ik* lui H'lnllM run, ud iki unirMi uafwttal ?!' < Ml <f<nuMi parfarmad >T Dr. JtlMKi, Witm?d by M iiptnin if tkt pcf in and May a?A?r minm, aMW af ????? ktn innnd i(ila aad tfila kwn ika aakha, kaiMm kliMia<W(ui (iMltautf iknutwui r?oi?d ttlM}, U i nitutii M tki Hi t> It JOV FOR THE SICK AND SVFFERJNO. LET ALL WHO A* f AFFLICTED AFN.T T^k?h EMFDT REJOICE fff HEALTH. ?end, do yo? evffer.' Arc you the victim of Uty dm Bura'rpM ti m?ti Trh:ch triM from in purity of the Mood/ Wwirt tfcoy, do yon Mk' Hauier ae?. *ut ere U>?t not? The blood la tbe aearoe of life an-1 hr*;th. and it ia the fret rtynt of our bwnj to reapond to any pmm whieb *I*?M the ayatem, aa the palae infW.iib;y atteeU The mrm erevjullng Neura!cK, the imtaiinj Kry ^pe^aa, the , a title Rcrofna. tl?e acomainc Rheamatfani, Nerrou? Debility. t>jrf 9f ria, Litst Complaint with ita torpor and MfMtiou, anu the aunberleee nla Uat fleeh U heir to, derire *h?r hxi^w* nnfiB fron. the biood. Deal k.udj thea and cepUy ante Ui? Uood Uae the n taming reauvroee of natare for ita aid. and ufer a* to commend to yoar oonfidenA Mi aaa that truly valuable medicament known aa INDIAN T?G?T*BLE DECOCTION. With retard to thm a moil mfa..;%e aaaeifcc popular aepUment ha* pokes la decided terma. ana the erideooea of Uiia creel aBaan mrm tmm. tatnad by oonaUiit avowal >oT an rati?* effeeto ?nd th* happiest result# from its we %r* * ' ?U*r rem<si;es an-J the best medieaTskiTi K?tb failat. bet mi s*f, in c< illusion, th*t c^rtfioates eares are not ?oa?ht from the illiterate mm iimt roiai, but they ue volauteered n tlir nxxtr* speot&ble soaro?s and justify tLe L>(heat terms ib which it is iohiM( to ooromend bo vmlaatxe a saeo'Bo to pnS'ic avpronl. We ir.ay add also that tae on rati ve prnperHas af the medicine arc e* sailed only by iU reetoratire efieota. the system reoovar :zt from disease with reviewed ooti?titnt>Y<nai Tiior. For sa.e by nil ren^eotabte Dragcists in this city, and by the proprietor, MKK M. BOX, None tennme cniasc- her came ia blown oa the bottle and her ae?l on the cork irr Hrjee #1 per brittle, six t*?ttl?s for Aft. WholttmU Afttnt. R. f. T. Clf*9KL. Dracciat. oafirgMown,u c_ v? holec&.e A tent for the Dto. " 8BfP-' t' *de tt my prioea. DR. J. BOVEh i>OX> ? IMPERIAL WINE BITTEKS, Arc now b?4nc ??*ti from M&i;.e to th? 6rmt Bait t U?, apl the anireretl wrtict of e41 who m t|j?m bilbw m a twuuu or ax a tncui, u u?i ( th-y treennriM^ m the wond. PT j?.d.n7?j % t thwn ?oce*fti!r la h.? yr^cuce for u je&ra before 1 ?VJL. &T *c'/ r'fM to jnaaejhotare 2SWH*! J?r ^ Mlbuo. For the ?m. ??? ? i??. wwwm J.. iNOaPMI, r PPlH# tun piaiuu, ul an eeeee wcrriBi & Ionic, tt?y are beford "ombt ? hp?? ;cr?iikL'if j^Tiody. Anlde/ro? their modia a%. the; me a j*re,wlio?. HDt Hd c>:-.fbtT? Sew***, rrodoctni aU U? ?-g fHUIC'. ?JLbll?T**,'lC e3>ct? Of P-? nT or WlM ' without their iuJ*ri ?a? -eealt*. I^et all friend* m aumariij aud all K!ro<Ma?n of Kif nr oe Mate in auhctiUinf thees taiaaLle Vegetable Bittert for the tiMirsI and mdvlur+ud Lvfumt with whi'h ttse crvstry ! fioodw, acd thereby effeetaaJy aid In banuhinf Diseaae and Dniti?i WI.DD1F1ELD * CQ? rr*?rjetorr. 78 Whou rtreet, New Yerk, Ji 80HWARZK A&cnlt Waahmttcn, D. C. .?QRA-.BOVEK Pftpv ijoff Ai/L tf J JV k IJ~x ERS. for Rimmn of the K iiir.<T a, D'n-lder a*?d Urinary Organ', and eepeciv ;!y ioi Female Ot etrB?uoM. \ orv?r fteii to oar*, and ?re warranted to give aaUe *2l?IARLF.8 WIDD!FIELD k. CO.. Frojnetora. 7? Wiiha* et. N"wA*ork. J* ?CH WARZE^ je 1 ly J Agent. IVuhi&ttcn, D. C. / ?/& 00,0,r" \ ( & <$ OttPATCMI x>it? Jiu rit?.!^X> At aHMi will # ?? < w^-rcfltli^ fmmUlw, it ie T?ry 4ecii?b>? ? Uw ?o*ie ?H?| u?4 ?oby?xj'm vu l?[ reytn&t frareitare, Tare, OiNkr;, ft a. arALOiiw'i rurAin emi I noetaall rcoh emertwi<?e.acd no handhold eta I Xord to be vittaoat it. It it i>**? rm4y w4 ay 1 Kie abating foific There ie do longer a neoee I S?f4^ahrmbfsaJjSB J ?abfli. ayd other oiaaiylil work, ao pojahr Sej??? I ? 98IFIL IK MfKRT HOtSX." I MWEFtCln IMk l WMtmU D*r?t, N*. 48 Odti vtr*et, N?r Trt. I iMr?n IKNir cTaPAI.niNtt ft CO. I Boi No. i.Cfr*, N?r?t fl Afcwsfci* Ttim I M Stov C*rd HMMir.r ecr-li rtoh?*. jnUIMt-1** RMllBMa - w=rtswa I ammsmmuk I ^AHONABU ?OOOT; I C,<**"? M ^Uvll, KUB.*!. I Blanket*. *" <> ? r|?t?ii>t?0rDa" i 1T1-._ ' I "M- v*. v^???r kEo^' ^ Irub Lidmi*, M w'?g?p? 1