Newspaper of Evening Star, February 12, 1861, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated February 12, 1861 Page 4
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THE EVENING STAR. ^ CT Eider Pratt, one cf the Mormon priests. beld meeting In Boston recently-and discoursed upon the troubles of the time* He aatd tb?- destruction of the nation was foretold in the Scriptures, and was revealed to Joseph Smith twrntv-etjjbt Years ago. snd now the day draweth nlgo when there would be great affliction and many souls were to perish Because of this the Mormons had been gathered to the mountains that they night not perish with the rent After the destruction the v? rotnrn to Vitamin >nd build the ?? - ? ? WW "- -? ? city of Zion aa pr?dicted bv the prophets He knew these things, for he had it directly from God himself irr A curious contest recently took place Id New York between two butcher boys ss to their relative proficiency In dressing sheep. Ten anl ma'a, Ave for each. w?re slaughtered, and in the presence of a miscellaneous audience the boya went at it. Duly dreused bis five in thirty-two minutes and thirteen seconds, an average of six mlnntes and twmty-?ix seconds to a sheep; bnt Gorman accomplished the feat in twenty two minute* and thre? seconds, an average of four minute* and twenty four seconds. It is satlsfac **tt to know that the champions "did the work la the very beat style. ITT' Buddhism is most manifestly meltingaway I _ C2 < __ V? U??Atlv thai Ill ciMiu. ii ittuii i^uik: c* jucwimki ? j ? ?"? the King of Slain baa bat little respect for the stem He Tela under obligations to do some tola* that shall havs the appearance, at least, that he Is a defender of that faith, as he has pledged himself to da 10 But be Is at tbe same time do* lag much to diminsb tbe number of tbe priest hood. He Is obliging tbe priests to work, as no other Siamese King has done. IC7"Tbe cooks and confectioners rf St. Louis gave a grand bail and supper last Tbu-sday?tbe wealthiest gentlemen in the citv dancing with chambermaids and scullions, and ladies In rich ilka and dutnooils dancing with journeymen cooks, who sported the white cap and jacki-t utually seen o?ly In the kitchen The sugper was one of the Durst ever seen, and was the result of tbe united skiil of seventy-five cooks. Uy Comfort Ben net. the millionaire of Cbe muuif county. N. Y.,lsa remarkable man. He wem to uig tiino witnoni means, ana worsen for the farmer* for eigbt ye--> rs before he had means to buy land. lu the meridian of life h? lost bis right band. He Is now eighty years old; baa been luiud four ve-ars, and has accumulated by earn in);* aud saving, not speculations, 8I.UUU.0U0. U7" A heroic little boy was burned to death at Aunapolis, Md , 011 Fridav week. He put on bis mother's dress, and stumbling near tbe Are. was shockingly burned. His grandmother coming to bis rescue, was soon on Are herself, and fainted. Forgetting his own intense agony, he rushed upon b?r and succeeded in putting out tbe tiames,oitiy to linger an boar or two In horrible torture. ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS. W1LLARD8' HOTEL?G H 8baw, Mim; Mr Bronson, do; G VV Smith NY; L Lincoln, Mas; H Mulilktn. do; Hon C Hall, do; Hon 8 Clem-ns. Va; C Tarr, do; W Cassidy, NY; A 8 Cassldv, do) R Murray, do; T H Bates, do; J J Arrlngton, Cal; J Arrington, do; E Verburg, Ps; A J Hastings, NY; 0 VV Berlin, Va;T Ward. NY; A J Olllet, Pa; J 8 Hedges, IJei; E 8prague, imu, r* nirwooc, uo; i n uauanune ana iaay, V*; R E Casbta^, Md; J M Campbell, do; R B Campbell, do; J Malcolm, do; G Warner, dc;Hon 8 Ami, Kl; Mia Jones, Md; A Toret*?. France; C J Fox and iady, NCS T W l?*wa,do; A M Nel oo. Va; H M Wmiii, do; Mrs Harde*ty, Md; J R Hiwklns, Tenu; Dr Maclsy, KV;S N Salomon, do; J Collin*. NC; A W Brsdford. Md; L Elkin, La; E Norton, Cul; R P Kendall, Washington Territory; Gov Hick*. Md; J B Chaplain, do; W Robinson Va; J F Robiason and lady. Pa; Judvre Duel and lady, NY; Mr? Vanderburgh, do; C XV Cooke, Md: Capt U Warwick, Va; N D v\ alker, Md; J B Wilson. do; N B Brown, Pa; C B Nor ton, NY; A Caldwell. Va; H A Marab. Man; <J C Brown son, NV; H G Brown*on, do; E ShepLard. Pa; H C Johnson, do; H W Howard and son.NY; R*F Stockton, N J; B Williamson, do; E Foard, *>aaa; R 3 Todd, NY; H R Pratt, do; J P Jen kins. do BROWN'S HOTEL ?J Barbour, F P Tnrner. R T GoodiLan and ly. R Biale. W Bonlwfcre. H WH*inn?a,,8 A Coffman, M M l>ent. Col J Covie. E R Hali and lv- K M Armstrong, D Pugh, J i l.? k, Va; G T Lucket', Ala: K \V Johnsan, B S Johnton, A H Sevier, Ark; R Van Volkenbnreh, A Welch. \V M La rig ley. F F Hyatt, 1> L Hoi dau. Mrs E Wlllard. Col W T Wiliard, NY; O Miles, Md; J M Tow?, D W Klinhana. NJ; E Beat, USA; J R Hawk?n?,Tenn; L Uamdrill, 111; Q \V Glbbona, G H \Voodwi,d. 9 lackey, J L V'Tkely. A Ancker, E Bender, J Holdkom, Pa; 9 Z Martin. Ky; Miaa Pbelpa, Md. NATIONAL HOTEL.?G W Emmerson and ly, Mm; W M Elllaon, F S Low. VV A Llgbthall NY; W Horner, Va; \V W Lorina, ?; H Far n?m, 111; J Tomlinaon, Iowa; J Holbrook, NY; E W Greene, T H Shoemaker, Pa; Hon R Alallo ry, Ky; Mlaa Charlotte Cutbinan, Mrs Stebbloi.N Y; J W Piper, Pa; T Herrau, NO; R Clayton, Minn; C H Sno-.T,Va; C P Dayton, NJ; J D Bow ling, Md; C J Glore, Pa; C O Pool, NY; J Hut Bin, J P vVlhl, l)el; A Gilinore, Pa: Geo Ba< on, Moaa, D Beuilums, J H So:boron, Aid; A A Lit tle. Va CLAY'S HOTEL?M 8 Thompson. C P An-1 dsrson, L Sauford, P Morris, S P Haskill, R H Hughes J >1 Partridge, L Johnson antl {am, CI L Morrissen 8 Raymond, M L Martin, 111; J A Chaplin, lewa; 8 M Mulligan, A B Chauuian, A L Chapman. Tenn; B Bang* anAfr, R E J imei too and ly, Mass; P L Colby andfy, Mich; 8 D Bickford, J M McCartney. M Kod^ers and fy.lll; R Maraton. Tex; \V Harris*, 8 Raymond, Mast and M!ss B Bartnore, Ky. WASHINGTON HOUSE ?J Plersalland ly, NY; W G Brown, Ore; J C McGrew, L P Cuncb J VV Hague, W McCormac, B Spurl.* k, Va; J J Treadweil, NY; 8 Snydani. Mus Snydam, Man; J L Sandersoo, Mrs Livingston aB<l fy, NY; EH Reynolds. B Keut, J Lauahlin, III; K Soper, A Marston, R K muiins, Md; turn Lynch, Va; Jas Parker, G Klmbaii, Rl. FIELD'S HOiEL ? Ex-Oov J A King, J R Peters, J G Floyd, J H Williams. P Schuyler, N Y, Hon H h Horton, Col H Ritchie. Mass; J R Pierson, o A H?isry, J B Hill, B Mount, H N Conger, NJ; A Dujl, R M Ma?raw, Md; J H Ad ams, Del; OG Riplry, Minn; J Williams, C J Rainey, Pa, Judge Porter, CaJ; J Edwards, J L r? mie, l.i .uuuin4, j a b Alexander, USA. KJRKWOOD HOUSE?8 Wllkineon, W H A.Jan, J S Newberry, Md; G W C Lee, USA; P W Bam, Va; Dr C J Pox and ly, NC. JUST RECEIVED AT FRENCH A Rl< H ISTEIM. !?7b f?aa &vhu, W?*h.c?tOa. *Tha Iiotwioc P?p*ra," DeiUf tue hr*t of elegit uuMltoaid emboli of *urk? of Cb%fle? A>iok uiu-tr*c.-d by T. O. C. Darey and John Gu ru tvi vertioe pr-? . Call a- d examine tUeni. AJeo. a usw pi j of Darley't Illustrated Co* par, Ue ttueat ediUou puoUthad. fe 1 UEAlTH IS WEALTH, AND SICKNESS 11 rOVLKTY INDEED. Head aid see if Dr. Ayer'e Medioinea do not do aoin Canj loourion mac*iiid. Cu ca?o. 13th November, 1359. Da. J. C. Am ? Ku?3mN S?r. 1 abouid be vajiuni in eounnou tcatituue it 1 did rot acxaowt ace to you wnat ?o:u ekil', or more accurately your Extbact or SAK?ArABiu.A hae doce for ru> wife. cne Use beeu (or ome yeara affl:.-t?d with a h'Jiaor, euuu oomci out up;?u her earn in tl.e au UtiHn aal wmter ?rtliaucu inaaderabie itching a* to lebdor-i i.fe a;ji>u:iibU>ivr%Uo- it I.a* never fa.ied to eoi^e upon ..^r iii co.J weather, uor haa aur r -in uia. uu oee?. 4o:e m u\'ten iU departure t?tfore a* nag, '<r ? -> a'. &.! alleviate h<?r mffj id jo from it TlUi IrUUU It lu October Wltll ita UKUfti violence. tiy tuo Mviiit at our ceidbntod Sur f*un. Or. Kimbfti., I *?ve nor your r*.i a pa ill ft. i ft week u kftd b<oa?ut tuo hiun<roai up^a her km ?o(M Uifta <re iiftJ eve.' k??n it beiore; but it ooo began to disappear The Honing h%?o*&aed ftaa toe minor i< no* entirely gone, ?j that ?lie is ourod, but ctill ooutmufe taking the ftparuJa, to insure ft ocmpl*te expai?ioa of the Voura, r?peetfui'.y. Ljr&Ttt FwfftrM by J>r. J. C. AVER <* CO., tuvoll, jft l? eolm N * CO.. COMMISSION [ere in Mhmgtoneity. of Grain fta rui i .MOTT.A,^, . L? r. L ilTIT. ra-iriiv mmm jlORDEAUX PRUl CANTON H 1N?ER 4 ? KINO k rurchbll Ehb. Nu L'R* MEDICINFH R KCKIVED \V kkkly. On h&><1 Piiia, Cor L Oa t>& i<i -ja Pillm, Mol^*n Cor-^^ i*i. Js.>rV? v.d Hch*a;k'? M?Uei..?w,^V luorn'c S^aul U op? 4 o. fkr?10t?i ' pre ( triitiou r?c*iv? iieeltl titration. Pri?tt to hi* the tiiuo*. At ouht ri i Ui~ d.-or boll. MOOKE'* Wtt KM dru* 8tor?, ftntw 113 P?m. arenae. Fresh fr?it? in cans, 6*32 KING A. IUbT RECEIVED By MISCELLANEOUS. Tib Amal#axatioii or There it a growing tendency in this age to appropriate tit* most ?i p'?se< ve words of other lar guagea.and after a whUe to uioorparMe th"tn into onr own; Dili the woid Cepha'io. which is from the Greek, signifying "for the head'' is now becoming popa'arimed in oon*ection with Mr. >pal<Jing's great Headache remedy; but it will soon be used in a more general way, and the word Cepitalic will become as oominon aa K;eo;rotvpe and many others whose distinction as foreign words has bnen worn away by common usage uutil they seem "native and to the manor born." ' rdly Realized Hi 'ad 'n 'orrible 'eadache this afternoon, hand I stepped into the hapotheoane* han-t ?ay? lu to the man, "Can you lieas? me of an 'eedaehe.'" "Doee it hache'ar<l," says'e. "Hexoee<lingly," ?; hi, and upon that *e (tare me a Cephalio Pill, hand 'eon me 'onor it oured me ao quick that 1 'ardly realized 1 'ad 'ad an 'eadache. IT^flSASACHi ia the fbrorite sign by vhieh nature m&kea known any deviation whatever from the nataral state of the brain, and viewed in this light it may be looked on aa a nafegaard intended to give notiop of djaeace whioh might otherwise emcape attention, till too late to be remedied; and its indications should never be necleoted Head aches m%y be e!aa*ified under two names, viz: Svnptomatio and Idiopathic. Symptomatic Head ache ia exceedingly oommon and is the preoareor of a great variety of diseases, among whioh are Ap<>piexy. Uout, Ktieoraatism and all f'brila diseases. In ita rervuus form itia S'mpathetio dis ease of the stomach constituting tick Ktidaeht.ot bepatio disease constituting bilious kiadacJu, of worra",oon?tipationandotberdisordersofthe sow l? .as well as renal and uteriueaffeoMona. Diseases oft he heart are very frequently attended with Head ache*; Anaemia and plethora are also affections which frequently occasion headache. Idtooathio Headache ia also very common, being usually dia tincU'ished hy the name of nervous kradncht, some times coming on suddenly in a ?tate of apparently sound health and prostrating at once the mental and physical energies, ard in other instanoea it cornea on slowly, heralded by depression of s^irita or acerbity of temper. Inmost instanoea the aain is in front of the head, over one or both eyea, and sometim es provoking vomiting, under this alaaa mar a so be named Nturainia. For the treatment of either claes of Headache tha Cephalic Fills have been found a sore and safe remedy, relieving the most aoute pains in a few mirutes. and by its sabtle power eradicating the aiaeaie 01 wmcn neauaone u tne unerring index. Bridovt.?Mirsns wanta yon to Bend her & box of Cephariio Glne, no, a bottle of Prepared Pilla,? but I'm thinking that'a not juat it naither; bat per haps ye'll be arther knowing what itia. Ye aM ehe'n nigh d*ad and gone with the Sick Headaohe and wanta some more of that aame aa relaived het before. Drug gut.?You muat mean Spaiding'a Cephalic Pilla. Bridget.?Ooh! anre now and tob't* aed it, here'i the quarther and gnr me the Pilla and don't b* all day about it aithor. Ceaatl patten ar Ceatlveneaa. No one of the "maoT ilia fleah ia heir to" ia ao prevalent, ao little underatood, and ao mnoh n?c Teoted aa Coativeneaa. Often originating in oare '.paanea*. or aedentarr habits: it r?r?.rrl?d u light disorder of too ittle consequence to exoits anxiety, while in reality it is the precursor and companion of many of the most fatal and danger ous disease, and nnless earlr eradicated it will bring the sufferer to an untimely grave. Amoni the lighter evils of vhioh Costiveness is the usual at tendant are Headache, Colio, Rheumatism, Foul Breath Piies, aod others oflike natnre.whilealoni train offrsghtfu! diseasessueli a-- Malignant Fevers, Abceeses, Dysentery. Dyspepsia. Diarrhea, Apo plexy, Kpnepar, Para'rsis, Hysteria. Hypochon driasis,Melancholy and Insanity, first indioate theii pr^senae in the system by this symptom Not unfrequentLy thedisea<?s named originate it Const-pation, but take on an independent exist enoe unless the cause is eradicated in an early stage From ail these considerations it fo lows tnat the disorder should reoeive immediate attention when ever it ooours, and no person should neglect to gei a box of CeK.alM Pills on the first appearanoe o; the complaiut, as their timely use will expel th< insiduous approaches of disease and destroy tiui dangerous foe to human life. A Rati BllltU(. Pk^sieiem.? We! 1, Mrs. Jones, how la that hsad Mrt. Jones.?Gone! Doctor, all tone! the pill 701 sent oured me in joat twenty minatea, and I vial yon would qend more ao that I oaa have then handy. Physician.?Yan can jet them at any Druggists Call for Cephalio Pill a, I find they never fail, ajxT recommend them in all oases of Hoe/lac he. Mrs. Jo***.?I shall send for a box directly, an< ahall tell all my suffering friends, for they are a ran Twistt Millions of Dollajls Savbd.?Mr Spaiding has aoid two millions of bottles of his oel eb rated Prepared Glue and it is estimated that eacl bottle saves at leaat ten dollars worth of brokei (armtnre, thus making an aggregate of twenty mij lona of dollars reclaimed From total loss by thii vain able invention. Having madebia Glue a house hold word, he now propoaea to do the world stil greater service by onring all the aching heads wit! Disuepnano ruis, ana sr they trtu nood m hii Glue. Headaohes will soon vaaieh away like anoi in July. HT-Ovkr kxcitxm int. and the mental care an< anxiety incident to close attention to bus ness o to.It. are among the numerous oauaea of Nervou Headache. Tho disordered state of mind and bod incident to this distreesitg complaint is a fata blow to a't eaercy and ambition. Sufferers by thi disorder can alwRTe obtain speedy relief froi th*?e distressing attacks by using ono of the Ce phahc Puis whenever the symptoms appear. 1 Sniets the overtasked brain and soothes the strain ed and jamn? nervoa, and relaxes the tension o the s<omach which always accompanies and a* f ravatf* the disordered condition of the brain. Facts worth Kwowiita.?Spaidtng'a Csphali Pills are a certain cure for Sick Headache, Bill ons Headacl.e, Nervous Headache, Coativenoai and General Debility. iKBiT D:grov**T.?Araosg the most importac of a*i the rref t medical discoveries of this ace ma considered the system of vaooiitation for protec tiun f.~ >m Sinai! Pox, the Cepliaiio Pi!! for relief r Headache, s.Ed th? use of Oiuiine for the proven turn of Pavers, either of which is a cars (pacific whose benefits will bo experienced by suflenn, humanity long &itor their duooverers are forgottet fCT Did .on ever have the Sick HeadacheD< rou remember Uie throbbing temples, the fever* row. the loathing and disgust at the sight of food How totally unfit rou were lor pleasure, oonversa tion or studv On* of the Cepha'io Pills woul< have relieved yon from all the suffering whioh voi then ezpenenoed. For this and other pnrpoaei yon should always have a box of them on hand u use as occasion re* aires. NervousHeadache Headache. Br the in of theee Pills the penodla attaoke o Ntrtout or Sick Htadackt may be prevented; aim if taken at the commencement el an attaok lmm# diate relief from vain anJ ?ioknn?B win Thar seldom (ail la removing the IVimm an< Htadatkt to whioh female# are ?o aubjeot. They aot gently upon the bo wela,?removing Cot tiiiaiii. For Literary Mm, Students, Delioate Female* and all pereon* of sedentary kabits, they are al valuable aa a Laxative, improving the appetite giving tone and vtger to the digeetive organ*, an reetoring the natural elaaticitj and itrength of tb< whole eyat?m. h? CEPHALIC PI L8 are the reealt of loni inveetigation and oarefully eonduoted experiment* having keen la aae many year*, during whioh tim< they have prevented and relieved a vut amount o pain and aafiering from Headache, whether ongl nating in the nervous ayateaa or from a deranget atat? of the stomack. They are entirely vegetable m their eompoeition and may be taken at all timee with perfeot aafet] without making any ohange af diet, and the ok i-au ?/ amy disagreeable taste rentiers it easy ti admmister tkem le children. BR WARE OP COUNTERFEITS! The genaine have five eignaturee of Heary O Spalding on each Box, Sold by DrmiiUti and All othar OMlm ta Modi oli*. A Box will tw ??nt by nil yrtftid on TVMtyl* PRICE, il OBNTS. HSMKTO. SPALDOfV, I i 4 PUBLIC ADVERTISEMENT^" pUBLl'C N O TJ C E. Ddaitkirt or r*? IrtbkiokJ Washington, Dtc. 96 1880. \ Pablio aotioe is hereby riven that bond* and oonponi annexed, of the description hereinafter set forth, have lately been feloaloasly abstracted from the eaatody of the In tor lor? Depart,neat, the ame being the property of the Usited States aad held ta trvst for oertaia Indian tribes. Notice aas also been given to the proper oftoers of ths respec tive States to stop the payment thereof; and ail persons are warned against psrohasing or reoeiv in# unv nf laid horvH and Annnoni. am tk* <tlaim rtf the United Statea thereto will be proeeonted to the utmost extent fiaoh bond being for the sum of one thousand dollar*, vis : Six per cent. Miaaouri Coupon Bonda, leaned in Jute and Aaguat, 1857. State of Miaaionri, 8t. Lonia and Iron Mountain R R. Stat* Bonda. Bond No. 2037 Bond No. 1823 1376 1827 1996 1822 1997 1821 1993 1820 2008 1819 2007 1818 1993 1809 1994 1817 1995 1816 1891 1815 1990 1814 1892 1813 1991 1812 2003 1810 2002 1811* 1992 1808 2006 2005 2004 2001 199V 2000 2(>09 1877 1878 1879 1880 1881 1882 1883 1884 1885 1886 1887 1888 1889 1890 2045 2031 2033 2034 2035 2036 2032 1826 1828 1829 1830 1831 1832 1868 1869 1870 1871 1872 1873 1874 1875 2030 2029 Sflift 2046 2017 2047 2016 2044 2015 2043 2014 2040 2013 2041 2012 2042 2010 2l)3tf 2011 2038 1825 W'bondi 1824 Bute of (Missouri six per cent. ooupon bonds, viz: Htuaib&l tod St. Joseph Railroad State Bonds Bond No. 1853 Bond No. 1626 1852 1627 2948 1649 2849 1640 2960 1650 2937 2922 2938 2923 1653 2<J24 1654 2936 1655 2951 1652 2953 1656 1657 2921 1705 2468 1706 2512 1707 2513 245t 2514 2453 2515 2454 2516 2455 2911 2456 2910 2457 2912 2453 291S 2459 ZV14 Z400 3910 3401 1915 148) J917 3463 3918 3404 3919 3465 3920 / 3400 3954 3407 3955 1051 80 bond* Note.?The boada numbered ISMud Mot. it iom in Jana*ry. 1M?; No 910, ??d abort that, olk^Tty" ' **' * Phcenix Bank, Miaaoarl U.Krrk^SSi^St'"1 N'rtk Bond No. 3773 Bond No. 3703 3784 3787 3780 3730 3781 3717 3783 3734 *TTa 3783 3711 3713 3710 3735 3777 3776 3766 res 3799 3779 3771 3786 3778 3773 <141 3719 3733 3733 3730 3716 3737 3734 3731 3766 3739 3718 3716 3714 3764 3728 1621 1647 1611 1648 1864 1637 1634 1638 1631 1840 1632 1842 1633 1843 1622 1650 1857 1816 1636 1817 1630 1818 1639 1810 1841 1820 1623 1821 1624 1625 90 bondi ThARA hnnrfii ft.r? HhIaH fA.nnft.rv lfiffr arable at Bank o? Comm?ro?, I*Tew York, in November. 1866-tatere?t payable in January and Jaly ofeaoh jear. State of Miaaotm ?tjr ijer gent Cog^?a North Mla Bond Nol2952 Bond No/1639 2940 1638 2939 1641 2941 1642 2942 1643 2946 1644 2945 1646 2944 1646 2943 1647 ?OiT IflJQ I860 1849 1848 1847 1846 1845 1844 1832 1835 1833 1834 1836 1029 1859 1865 1863 1862 1860 1861 1856 1868 1855 1854 1822 1537 1838 1839 1649 1040 1035 1613 1613 1014 1015 1010 1017 1018 1019 lA2n 1BZ3 1834 1835 1836 1837 1838 1839 1830 1831 1041 1643 1643 1644 1645 1646 r $ Mlwosri mm mm mmU PmiIo ft*ilro?d BUU Bond No. UM Bond No. MM *V* 6*1 4H4 6268 4144 5266 6243 5264 4242 5266 4141 5263 4240 6262 6239 6261 6238 6260 62*7 5249 4236 6247 4234 6248 MM 5195 5231 5196 5131 5000 5200 4999 5199 4997 5198 4890 6197 4998 , 5310 4889 5236 4888 5307 4876 5308 5J57

5309 5161 61 bonds 5306 Noi Boida of North Carolina?Coapoa nx per North Carolina ns por ooota. Bond No. 35 Bond No. 303 M -Kit 32 33 9 T 34)1 348 347 340 343 342 341 340 339 338 337 339 335 328 329 330 300 297 234 234 2U3 100 104 20 19 18 17 16 13 8 11 10 102 101 100 99 ooi 331 1V3 ft 333 28 334 22 227 1ft 32ft 21 317 % 98 318 97 31ft 96 2Vft 9.S 239 94 238 ft2 237 60 238 303 72 bonds Noti.?Theee bonds are dated January, 1846, parable Tann&ry, law, at Bank of Republfo.New York. Interest payable in January and J ulj. North Carolina 6 per oenta. Coupon Bonds. Bond N?. 8:i3 Bond No. 735 832 730 831 753 830 759 829 780 834 7?1 835 762 830 703 837 704 838 790 871 7W1 872 792 873 793 874 794 875 795 87ft 790 877 797 878 798 879 799 880 881 801 84# 802 847 803 848 804 849 805 850 80ft 851 808 852 807 853 811 854 813 855 813 8545 814 857 815 858 810 8"0 817 801 818 8/52 819 863 820 864 821 865 822 866 823 807 824 8tt8 825 8fi9 826 870 827 883 828 88) 884 nn t 840 ooa 843 731 844 733 845 733 ? 734 104 bonda Thaaabooda are dated Jaly, 189T. ray able July, 1887, ?t Bank of Kepnbuo, New Tors, interest pey. able La Janury tad J aly. North Carolina aix par oent. Conpor loads. Bond No. MM) Bond No. 493 600 494 603 405 604 496 606 497 ** 631 607 498 608 610 610 611 611 481 *14 ic? 613 104 483 609 484 614 486 622 486 623 487 624 488 626 489 626 490 627 538 628 539 641 640 *4? 641 643 642 615 .sis 644 630 641 631 647 533 648 633 646 534 649 635 660 636 661 537 653 618 616 539 617 516 618 616 619 517 465 614 467 433 458 646 470 646 603 647 469 648 440 560 443 663 430 471 431 473 433 473 436 474 437 47 & J-K-ii m aii Bond No. 9T 98 M 1M in 123 124 125 126 127 138 Ho 162 162 164 165 178 191 192 192 194 195 196 < ? 191 ISO 193 129 199 130 200 137 144 46 bond* 140 Two boftla for cmIi, dated April, 1897. Bond No. 9 Bond No. 10 Fiftom bend* for tuk,dated Oatobar, iw. *: Fayabls at teak of Rapabiie, Oot?bar. IM7, ?l: Bond No. 1183 Bond No. 1192 1184 1193 1185 1194 1186 1196 1187 1196 1188 1197 1189 1190 1& bond* 1191 K3TS tryS&SttXVVLViX ity, of Um to. lo vim number*, un toted Jul u>. ItM: *TT. loot: Bond No. 217 Bond No. 41* 278 419 294 47# 297 477 409 491 413 498 414 723 lad ofth# following camber* isaved Jftna&ry.ltt* Bond No. 828 Bond No. 1278 829 1368 830 And of the followiac nimbors tuned J?nn?ry,lMA; Bond No. 1744 Bond No. 2655 211,0 2S91 2133 2892 1581 306? 2605 3121 fc.nd of the following nnmbera leaned Jnnanry, 1U6, .Bona xso. 314V Bond Mo. 4207 3464 4208 3465 4209 3466 4210 3467 4211 3449 4212 3470 4213 3471 4214 3472 4431 3758 4527 3894 * 4529 8941 4550 3942 4556 3943 4566 3944 4569 3945 4570 39445 4571 3985 4749 4199 4751 4200 4881 And of the following numberi iMued January Bond No. 50c6 Bond No. 5419 5195 5421 5326 b-m 5359 5427 5360 5430 5361 6434 6362 6436 5363 5437 5364 5438 6365 6439 6366 5440 5367 6441 53*6 5442 5369 6453 5370 5444 5371 6445 5371 6462 6373 6518 6374 6619 6375 5520 5376 6521 6377 558 6378 6703 537# 6704 5380 6705 5381 6706 6385 6707 6386 5708 5387 6709 3.VSS 6710 5389 5711 6wo 6712 6391 5713 6392 6799 6393 5839 6416 6840 6417 6842 6418 Office of thi Secrktakt or thb Ixtkrioi, December 26,IttO. a 12?dtf J. THOMPSON, ?<vret*ry. i \LD RICH, MELLOW AND PURE LF# BURN SIDE'8 MONONGAHELA BYE WHISKEY, Conscientiously distilled by Mr. James Uurosiae. of Allegany County, Penna., in the oltl-faenioned honest war, from theohoineet and moat carefully selected Rye, and in do oaae aver offered for sale nntil adapted to wholesome use by afe It ie at once the moat palatable, as itia emphatically one of the purest beverages in the reaoh of the public. To the wail as to tb^se ia health, it oommenda itself for its annvalled qualities as a stimulant of the aafest. surest, and most beneficent description, and many of the most distinguished physicians are using it in their practice with the happiest results. CLERY & 8TOCKDALE. Proprietors, 328 Walnut street. Philadelphia WM. C. CONOVER, Ar<mt for the Proprietors. 32* Pa. a*., aa H-6m opposite Wizards' Hotel. DURt OLD RYE WHIBKY.-On hand sarers Jc brand* of Pare Old Rye Whhky, Copper Dia tilled. made by the moat reliable distillers in Penn syhraaia, Maryland and Virginia, warranted aura. <11 CAUTION. :purhaseir should be careful in PURCHASING THE VALLEY WHISKEY TO SEE THAT it IS * JHHH1GVJU1EV WHISKEY WITH THE SIGNATURE OF on THE LABEL ALL OTHERS ARE AN IMITATION AND A COUNTERFEIT OFTHE ABOVE WHISKEY. WMJLDALY, SOLE PROPRIETOR tt SQBTHf UiliM ST NEW TORI 10* BALM IN WAMHIN&TOM Ml f Vh BAtfOVt* MEDICINES. a .a BunwKi , loci awritu,, flM DtmmrnU tk? mmt On imm. Sr*<? i^??i hfnr%+.> himiif w 14t I< - FOR all D18&ASK8 of IMPftl'DfcNCfc. A*T JVO FXi.SE DELICACY FRKfEflY. APPLY UtMKD ATBLY. A VWKM WARRANTED, OR NO CHAR** in FROM OffE TO TWO DAYS ims ?f Uk lUl. lUMItfM ilKIMW ?f M* ( ?>in Ma*. tk??iM?r? PrntirfM. lanimr. t?Mhi kMlU?. (IKNWW, ban*Mwt, hlytutM tlifalww, MIixm, Dim km *1 ika iMl.Ttoci. Ihi ?t Ilia, thwMitlM Uuv llMKI M H? Itm TtrnMi (W^tn imk| fria Mnuf Mm ? Pn?4(?i m4 Dimtimki Pm'Imm *ki? n? 1?KI*T Mil M? Ml MM rowM ka ka?? kai?a tka iMUM [ Mim; ll ui imniuti kakit vkMk anucal? atMft m ka ?kiwty (f??i Iimm*? ?f YM>| Mm Wim mi ; ihk4 takMM u4 kriikut umImu, wm airh; MkarvtM h>v Ml*Mkk< iMWklof Iwim ?Uk (lailMin tftllMUM N w*k*4 m iMtkry ik? |l?Mf If m, m*j mm vmk fell Ma* MiUUMB ? I"M " MkMfktMHu Wfull 4?VJi? rtui, toiag inn ?f pky?ik*J mt (MnHUM. *?., ?wi4 l vto (lUM NMklf kMll Ik a MM (T Of I m) Mllffl Maty (tklM li ku kMll M k (iMlaaaa ui MaMaatlT n a yaa Mi kktU m ? pt;miaa orricE h* t voira racDB&.itmK I IM( (im liMaaii avaai, f|w m. r. M la ?k? HI aukl i>4 ilMll. ftM u< kMtili MMM M. JUBHtTO H< tti fmui part af *Iwn III* >u kiu if*n ta tka ka> tula if Uodn. Pun.rtiMiMit ud mttwi.ku n?u4 ?l? af U* Ml UIMMHI urn Iktl vara I'M iMtl; Buy UMM?< *)U Itnftaf II Ik I kaad 1*4 ltd *k?i tilfil; frin iirtMmn.Mti ilitMl M iMCm aaaadi. kaAfklnaaa wn> fri<,aaoi kleakmf, atiaaidad > Ibm vttk daBaa*a?aiu *f ?tul, ?m cat ad limmt TASK PAKTlLlkAE KOTIC*. YMi| Hii tad Ktin ?m h??a n^rnl tfamaaiaaa *7 a Miwui picuii tadalfad to wkta nana?a k*k .'raqvaa f Iwru4 fren a?ll CMfuMM, a* at acta*., tka afa<w af vkMua etfffctlp fait a*au akaa uaai, tad ifx< aa-*>. raadari niirrwft Iapm!kia,u4 iaxnn kaak mtm* ul bad?, ahaald apply taamadUialf. Tkaai ara aama *( Ik a and and mluital; afitw ?.?<"aa?d ky aarlv kaktta af ianb fin Waaknau iftKi :I ?' lireka, P'mi ta tka MaaU. Ihanaaa af tiftK.LMi af Mrualu Pa?ar, P>'.paut>?< af tka l?in,|lmapa?, Nanm IrrMakM ?y, Daraufaraani afiha Difaatiaa f ancuaca, Caaara IMM'tr ymayami r f Caoauapuati. It MXWTaLLT.? Tm faarfal ataauaa tka aM >n aaaak M ka draadad? Un af Maaaary, Cinfiaiia additi. I)iataa? aa af Mpanta, Rail Farhad-,.fa, Jkaafatanaf tacia-.*.f If-OntMat. ka*a af laUuda, fiaidiir, ate., ara ana ' tka aatla pta taaad. KftVOVI DKUk'TT ?TkiMiadi aia iaa 'B<|a *kat U tka aaBaa af (kair daclutnf kaalik. laam* ikair ?i?a? ka taaiaf waik, pa.a,>aca and aoaawtad. feaaiag a aiLf-aat appaaraaa* aka?l tka ay**. aaayh ac aynptwif . maBaipalaa !>! ?. Atu Of IMPESDJCBC* Wkaa tka MMfaidad and tiof radant tator; af f aaaara ta** ka kaa laktkad tka aaada?f tt..i dtaaaaa, H ts? aflaa kappatia that aa Ui-tinad aaoaa af ikair a a* <Sraad af Ataaaaary tatan kaaa fiao appiTtaf ta tkaaa vka, fraaa adaaataaa taf tu?yny, tu alas* karri aad kiat. felt* Ml* Ika baada af ip??M tad daaifoinf prataadan, vka. tacapakla af tar-uf, lick kia facinurv akkatanea. kaap km trilttf aaatb uii awatk, ar aa Iw* aa ika amallaai faa caa ka ak uuaad, ud ia daapair lataa >m vitk raioad kaaltk la tut aaar kianlllaf diaappaiafaat; at ?* aaa afUwitaa^i ptiaaa, Mart art. Uww tha canauia:ia<.ai atapuaa a< ikM tamkla diaaaaa, aaek aa Afaiuanaafiiia Haari. Tkraat kia.**.. rnfmiiu vitk frifktM rapidity, * I; daai* fwi aanad (a fcia draadfaJ aafar..,j i ky aaiidntf kia ia Ikat aa Ikwarad mimtj baa vbaaa inim aa ira?atar raiaaaa M. JOMaOMVfcCMfcDT rOROMillC VBAUW AID lMroTEMCT By tkla rraai a ad iiumui ramady aattotaa af ika amai aaa apaaduy tnid aad fk. ?if?r raatatad Tkaeaaada a* Ika Mat aanaaa aad daktliwtad, wka kad laat all ka?a.feara kaaa laaaadtataly rallavtd. All Uapadimama ia Mtr-iafa. Pftya'aal aa Maata. Maaaa?> taUant, kaaa af Praa'aaliva Nvai, Mar'aaa lrmtkilhy Ttaakltcf aad Waakaaaaar (tkiuvaa af Ua aaai latrN Mad apaaadtty aaa ad. KIIDOUEMEVT or TBB rtCH m MAIIT m<Ulimn tarad atlkia 'aa: ailaa ?ltk? ika laat at*aataaa ar.d ika atiaaraaa ic.panaail kai afanuaoi parfaa&ad k* Da. Jatiaaaa, Viuiaaaad kjr Mtanan af tka pa para tad maay atkar pariact, tatai *Wt ktra tnctrtd iftiauda|tti ktfara tka Mkltk, fca tfdaa kia ataad utf aa a faat tata al aka raaiar aad raa ktltly, It a aaflaiaat rurtalal la tka tSlaM*. jOY Est III wm> AFN.Y KKJOICB j"HEALTH. Friend. do yoa auf ?r- Are too Uie Tiotim of My of those cnniercoi ailments vlueh I'M from iw turlty of the blood.' What are ther. do yoa aak ' Rather mi, vhktaTe they not.' The blood ia the source of life and health, and it i? the ft ret element of oar beinc to respond to an* oacse which tffeota th? aystem, a* the pviae In; -Iibly atteeta The erar prevailing Neuralgia, U>e Irritating kryaipe.aa, th* anbtle 8crofa.a. the agontaing KbrurntLam, S*x rona Debility, Dyapepaie, Liver Complaint with ita torpor and dejecticc, and the camfeerleea ilia thai !< )> U k.l. li. wiX. * *L ? mm mm ?v. uofnu li?I I HNfVM Wlglfl IfOM IM Bood. Deal kin<l;y Uiea acd tent,t with the biood. ae the ntaliair.c rMoaroN of natare for iU aid. and aaffbr aa to commend to your OObUmmmi km that truly alaaWe medicament tncvc aa MHS.M. cors INDIA* TBQETAbLM DECOCTION. With regard to ?mo?t infallible ih?i1? pfjpmar MiUment ha? apoken ti deatded Wrae. acd the endencee of Una (rea ?-eat ?Boac? are rair.?! by oor.atact a row a. a of curative efxia aad th? IkMlM raaalta from ita cm are after all mar rMMdm aad tiia beet aedioal aktli have failed. L?et oa aav, in eorcinaion, tfc'-t certificate onree are not aoaght from the illiterate aad eaaer fioial, bnt they are rolaj<u<erad from the moat re apeotable aonroee asd juatif* the higbeet tarae ia whioh it ie poea.ble to eonamejd e? valuable a apecilio tc public approval. We we? aid alao tLat the curat're propert:eao( u?emediom* are e? tailed only by iU reetorative electa, the *yat?ia recover in* fromdieeate vith reccweo oonaUtaiM.nal rigor. For rale by all respectable D'u?k:bu in thia oity.and by toe proprietor, MRS. M. COX, None tenaine aalesa tier i.ame la biova oa the bottle ana her sea. on the ?orfc try Prioe 91 per bottle. a,x hottiee for *. WKoiesxU Attmt. H S*. T. CISSKL, Draniat Georgetown. 1) Cv Wholesale a sect for the Dta hic.?i i wmaappiy ine irueu ay riion ull-tr DR. J. lit)V !>K DOP'B IMPERIAL WlItB BITTERS Are now belt* eaed from Maine to the 6 reat ani tae anlreraal ??ruU"l of all who aee them either t; a or aa a t *? ?? art, ia tnal 4hey are nr.rurfu--,l s woi.d. Dr. LKxli b^k; tLsm iwwtMfcJlT .a t?? prattle* ?or 2# f*n before we f?reharfif h.-n the aole rirht to macntectar* and yrwent tasa tor at ? to toe public. For to* euro of Jr,?iylrr.? C?r?* saf.or, Ja&fWtioa, !>? K**ia Filac. ISarraaa E.aeaeea, r emale Com rlaiDU.asdUl e??*? r*?&xnn< a tocio, t/>ey are v ei doet,t a moat tc?a ?aLIe romeoy. A aide froa r atodieina: troperUra they are a prre, woo'e actae aac QeiiitatJV Peverace. producing ail tka ploa?ani eahii?r*'i;.e cf:cu of if racily or Wiaa without their uumoa; reunite. all friesda of aumaiuty an<2 all a^r&oataa of t^m^e.a^ce auit at la paUtbtalKf theae raaay'a V agetabie Bitter* for the p?? ,~*j and dvittr+ud Lhmti with wltich the ?o*??Ot la floodej.*cd thereby ti fecteajy aid la Dieoaae aul Drankeeaai trom las lael. OBLARLKS WlDDIFlELD A CO., Pra#i >6tora, TS WuhaiTi ctreet, Naw Vert. J. f ckw arze. Aaent, Waaliortoa, D. c. dr. J. BOVEE dod0' IMPERIAL GIN BITTERS. For Dieeaaee of the Kidney a, Bladder and Urinary Or (ana, and eapeotally for Female OWirMtWM, aerer fall to aut. ud u? ?wmm ?> ?? - as* LES WIDI>IFIELD ? CO, Proprietor*. T8 William rt., Nev'Vork. ^ "IHWARZE, Jet ljj J. 8CH I cent. VS camD^toE. t>. C. > DINMTCM I ^VS?T5 ike *Efl MBVWUMt Mmii ?riU tirr*. ?m? in t*:l-rtr*i+1?4 , it la r?7 p k**8 MM 0?M f rtciMt m i*i rapauuix Fubtar*.lei t. PALDue*! rarrABro glcb Nil all inch onarrenciM. and no Jioaaakol4 afford to b? vithoit it. It is aivmji ready tal ?f ' or&intrr la*. Tku " mlMuly held la eoliOon, tn4 j JWkFle vn of the boet ?obf mj bo iMi in Um fAoe of 01 i?l voctiy Mora odfceeiTe. - 9SEFOL IN MTMAT HOWSM.? GX-ISSk MMa^UM to?C?. Dwt, No. 49 G?dw itrtrt, N?t Tltt ERKT C. fPAl.Dl!*? * CO. Box No. S.eoo, New Tart. ^^^Sit^SEmifcaafc to Show Coni teomrporyint eooh BT A iasle bottle of bPALUlfiV1* FKM PIMSm 8LVE will soy# t?a titaoa lU com ?n Bally toevery honKcho.d.-/1! Sold by oil ?r?n:iD?*t nt&ttoom, Dr?rrteu, H K-fiwfcre Mi Kareitare IMtWa, Wroewe, un KwiCf tttor*#. gKAKONiBUDRYBUOU;. Clock*. M JShAWi*, Klu??ii _, ^ M?rinos, W <>ttom?j? ' Bi??k.U Fail Clotii/* Liawra w-i? *"?T Bl,kijL . RobM, ^^" caFSsr