Newspaper of Evening Star, 18 Mart 1861, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated 18 Mart 1861 Page 4
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>? THE FVENlWi STAP. Ciititdcinr British Vc>iil? w tmk Port r CmiLiiToi ?In tb? British Houm of Co:nnou, on tb?*J2d ultimo. Mr. W. E. Forsterasked tLe Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether It had any obji'ction to lay on thf table of the House a copy of the reoent correspondence bet we n i>er Majesty's minister at Washington and the 1'olted States Secretary for Foreign Affairs, rela* * * Il.tHaK vvsula at * l< o rtnrf live i? the clearance vi -< .?v j-v. of Charie?ton, S. C. He observed that at the port la question the federal officers of the States had been superseded, and that information bad been given to the British Consul by gentlemen professing to act on behalf of the convention of South Carolina. The House would observe that such a hottflcatlon />laced the owners and captains of British vessels n considerable difficulty, inasmuch as the laws of the United States Imposed stringent penalties for the non-observance of Its revenue regulations, and he was, therefore, anxious to know whether her Majesty's Minister at Washington bad been Instructed to ask the United States government whether they would hold responsible those British shipmasters who, under presiure of neces?lty, compiled with the order of the Carolina Convention, and whether, on the other hand, they wonld Indemnify them from any consequences that might result from the non-compliance with its with its regulations The Br.tish trade with Charleston and the o?h?r Southern ports of the L nlon was vast and important, and be felt sure the noble lord would w ish to keeD all interested i:i the trade informed as to their actual petition. He would not go Into the general question whether diplomacy should be seort-t or not, but no one could doubt the.t to attempt to carry out secret diplomacy with the United states would be as unwise as It would be Impracticable. He should regret if her Majesty's government Interfered in any way in the lamentable quarrel which had arisen between their friends and cousins on the other side of the Atlantic. He believed that any interference would be as impolitic as it would be unjustiflabie. but they till could not forget these two facte: first, that the quarrel had arisen out of slavery; and secondly, that they hid with the United States a treaty for the prevention of the slave trade, the relinquishment of which he believed would be as injurious t ? their Interests as destructive to their honor and the cause of humanity. (Hear, hear ] Lord John Russell, In reply, said: \Vl:h regard to the correspondent e which tee honorable mrtuber for Bradford wishes to obtain, I have to state that I shall be most willing give it, and it will be presented on Monday next; and I may further say that that correspondence is highly honoral le to tu our cuasui a* i/ajriciinn. lie Wui pia^pa in a position of great ditflculty, not being ahle to acknowledge the new government which sprung up, but at the same time he did nat neglect the Interests of British shipping. [Hear, hear ] A young man from the country, wanting a spool of thread, and thinking the door of a dry goods store. In Rochester, was op<*ti, waikid straight through a plate of glass, which, gre&tlv to his astonishment, fell rattling about his ears That spool of thread cost him SS5. ID" Seventeen hundred and flfty-one Norwegians emigrated to Canada during the past year. AURIVALS AT THE HOTELS. W1LLARD3' HOTEL?D C Jackson, Wis; J D McCabe and lady, NY; G Bergner, D Danna, J A Hichtard.C M Hood, G (") Lawrans, C E Swcarniger. i4 Fuller. 1'a: J Clausson, J A Black. O; L de Bebrian, NY; T M Adams, l'a; FM Adams, Pa: F A l>?ck. Mo; 8 T Tllton. Tenn; r. ?" macrenue, >1hm; J W .Mills. K C Amca. I'a; 11 i> Kos?. VI; F W Fisher, U i)T Marshall, MY; K W Frx Mo; W Threlkild, Ky; J W Verder. O C Hazliton. \V W Boorcan, M Fletcher, J S lireeu, NY; S G Milllgan. NJ, E H Buzley, Mifs S? Bnzley, I'a; 1* 1* Bailey, Kng; T W Wash and lady, NY; R R Foss, 111; J M Kicpatuck. R I) i'ochran, I, 1) Wright, Fa; J F l'ennir.an, R Pteppins, NY; R B Tyler, 111; 11 Set;*'. I'a; 11 S Plctnaa, 1 "ISA; l)r A J Found, do; S \V Bender, do, 8 Foatro, Knc; J Dykes, Phil; J F Bactel O; L,t R W Scott. L'SN; G G Kin*, W B Kiu^.Md; I. A Upton. W Rankin. NY; C J Cbaptnaa, B S C'arpwr. II K Michienber^, L L Matting, Fa; W Fftxon, Ct; G T Stong, N V; Hon A S Dwler. 0 C 11 ? ^ ? * '* " ~ * ------ * invc, m'n l. tsrariitra. i; li ?mitn. >J; V Kedpath and wife. T K AleElvaine and wife. Cans; LC Berge. NY; E P Donnell, Mr. C H S Williams, <? H Knopt, NY! M Campbell r.nd family, Mo; C K Field. Va: J Groesbeck. O; II Mncomber, >hn; S Silloway. J Graham. O; C McKlnnitan, O C Dickey. Pa; G H llallisler, Lt B Kirkland. NY; D Lother, Pa; S Hetzel, DC; W Kill, 111: A Downer, Mass; S Elliott, O; A H Sctaultz, ? ^lleht. NJ; C L Sawyer. NY; A \\ Shunk.l'a; Ji Hopkins, MS; K Walker, J S Atwood, J > Atwood, jr, W C Curran, N'Y; J G Burnap, Ga; C S Barker, A Cummings. MS. NATIONAL HOTEL?A Benson, NY; C J Duvall. Md: J A Nfnrnl,. fl W ? , ? ? r-rj v ?? ??vi"uu, cv>, A ??lenn, NO; T \V Valentine, J G Chennev, E J Armstrong. Va: W J Godfrey, J \V McClalre. J W Saulsbury. H M Hermon, C B Emmons, Jos F Kirk, \V Davis, J J Thurston, K I) Goodman. J P Goldiog, K N Corning, XV; N White, C D Panforth. 0 M Dyer. Ml; A Thomas. Pa; T il Mara hall. Me; J F Lewis, J Jones a id ton, Va; E I) Crosby, Cal; J A Richard*. Pa; ? C Woodman. C H Rollins. Me; J O D?wey, Va; C L Harris. Md; J F Blike, J Newman, Va; J VV Gallup, Md; SS Haylor, J Shallcross, Kv; AV Witte, B Crawford, Pa; E Hamptou. A Ma on. S R Swett, J iloughlatin^, C B Smith. S A Fowler, B C Lane. N\ ; C Ros?. Mo; W Burnett. H P Burrill, C C Holt, Mis*; S B Edlott, 11 Cellar, G F Wilson, Rl, M Brewer, MS; VV McDuf? NY. BROWNS' HOTEL ?F Valdena, J Berry, T Howard. J Harris, J B Beatley, J O Doru.hoo, T Porsev, Md; H Havward, J Younsj, J Blont, Ga; A R Ciiamberlin, J S .Mason, D Peters, C Floyd, D Graham, J Foertsche. M P Crawford, A Shaver, Va; Dr W H Baker and ly, NC; E L Norton, L i.fCronse. Ill; H S Chase, Mass; F Orne. Mrs I. Jje Angells ar.d daughter. A Mason, T Steedwell. NV' i *? ? .. ., . nvuuuc, j nugurs, j rneian, U 'ainn. Pa; XV H Kenner. M Jones, Tenn; Mis? Millar, R Ward. Ky; G W Coinpton, DC; C Miller, Mim; D D Syine. L?; Hon L. T Wig 1*11, Tei; R P Baker. O; T S Townieod, Wl?; A Buttertield, Mes: .Mrt Holt and slater. NJ; J 8 Basset, M?; E Fucta and ly, Eng; B Littfc, J D Evans, Teau; Dr W Pee.pa, 111. KIRKWOOD HOUSE?W H Hivlin*. B F Beal, J Stewart, W Cunningham, G J Wi!?on, Md; G McCandlish and ly, .Mom, C A Clarlc, E Wa*k*r. R A Arrnlateal and lv, N V; N : Ward and ly. Me; G tl Topptnz, O: V Gr?*en, Wi*; J A utoutdo O W PitsfleId. NO; Bol \V Coverly, Capt J M Eyater, Pa; C Thompson, Minn; W G Webb, T H Fisher, Vi; A B Lankin ?na hf R ? Hollina, .Ma; J ^at'.erlce, Cal. OC LAP! STEAMERS' SAILING DAYS I FeOM TH8 UlllYBB StATBS. Lear*. For. Days. , Niacar*. ........Boaton.,^-^?l.iverpooL..Mon 2^ I Bohemian Pot Hand .... Liverpool ..Mch2"i I Lt:a . ... New York?Laivnpuol...Mch23 I Jof?n Bell........New York ...fiiaacow ...Mch 26 1 Arabia Boiton .Liverpool ...Mci 27 I New York...Havre Mch 9" I Vijo. .New York... Liverpool... Mch an I ha- ana?. New York South'ptoa.. A pi 3 1 Canada _Boaton..-_Liverpool Apl 3 I Africa ?...N?w York...Liverp??oi Apt 1" I Nrw York..?_ .New York...Bremen Apl 13 I Earopa New York...Liverpool....Ap. 17 I a!tio ? New York... Havre A pi 2" I Peraia ... .. . N*w York...Liverpool Ap1 ti I Prince Albert New York...(iaiwajr.__. Apl /7 I FROM Ecbopx I Arabia..... Liverpool Boaton Mch 2 1 Teuton a SV>?itt>'ptoa...N:>w 1ork...>Von 4| Ar*ito South'pton...Now York...Mch 6 1 V i*t? ...Liverpool Now Yuik...M?k 6 I Ab<io f*?ju'a Liverpool Portland Mch 7 I C*r vl? Liverpool Boston ..Mch 9 I Africa Liverpool. ...New York ...M eh 16 I fonnua ?ouU'pton.?New York...Mch in I Vfli'd Kingdom..Glasgow New York ?Von 18 I New Yorir Sioutli'pton...New York...Mch20 I Karopa Liverpool Boston .Mch 23 I Vu U>:; .Soui.i'ptom.?New York Apl 3 I Bavar a. .$outh*pton?.New York....Apl 4 I Bremen Soul Vpton... New York... .Ap 174 Hinriiotiia. !?oiith*pton ...New York....Apl I'd 1 PL RK OLD RYE WHISKY.-On hand sever* I trand* os Pure Olil !(; ? Whit ky, Copper Die- I tn e?:. raarf'. by tae moat rei.abio uiatillera in Pei.n- I ayivama, Mary .tad and Vir<m*a, warrai.te-i pare. I A .so. Imported Krar.-itM, Heroeasr. Otard. Dnpay I e Co.. Jnle* Romh, As. Aiao, P.'acli and Akp.e 1 Brandy, p.ire Ho! -.r.d Qln, old Jauiaioa aanit. I Crou Hem, and Vt ?iiea of every vr.riety, all oj I ataoaard braiva. A u.orce lot of Cicara and To- I bacoo. Y<)ON? A. KKFHARf^AcMita, | a* 14-lr av.. h^w.??t?i ?t?. Q ^Villi CHOICH nrwu 1 LBS. (iOSHL., BUTTER oi t - verj be?t qattiry, Al?o,PENN?VLVAMA buckwheat. CAL VERB'S honey. ring a burchell, f> 3n BQ'iitr Vermont av. and Filte?utl. >t. DON'T BE DECEIV r D, BUT COMK TO the ruut i:im to iet ;our CLOTHING, HATS e.d CAPS. At SMlTH S, No. 460 S?. nth ?t te 2 *w |^AM1LY BLANKETS ANu COMFORTS. We have ?Uii on hantl a eood assortment of the above toodi. Alto, Hua?*keepioc Goods of every deecriptiou, all of vhtca ve ate aelliac at eo?t for taylor a hutchison. THE ONLY GOOII PORTRAIT OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN ever pa blithe). just out and sent by mail free on reo?>pi of 25 oenta. The tr%4? elibf of twenty snp?hc<l at low I bf ? ? FRENCH ft RICHSTEIN^ LARGE INVOICES OF NE'V WUHC juaC r?o*iT?l from Ksimi ft Tolman, Ho?ton. pet r* ft Bro., Cincinnati, Hall ft Sob. Nov York. Nov oni for lLtpoctiitn. JOHN F. KLUS, ton Fa. > .. hot ttt>? and Wh ?t?. ri^HE GREATEST BARGAINS 1> Oi.oTH I ING. FURN19rtlNG GOODS. HAT- and OAKS at So. 4tOS?*??nlh it, v?mi? PoM ?>f t<*. ___ _ I W KCANTBE BEAT IN BELLING CLOIHFort oJSo0^'* ** * SoTenti at., TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. IJALTIMORR AND OHIO RAILROAD. O WASHrN?TOX BRANCH. Hi?? CHANGK OF HOURS. n A i* lam tL.> un nun sucr ai ii ua i , nuionm?i iiuii i?w, mv trains will ron u follow*: LEAVE WASHINGTON: First train at a. m. Second Tram at 7.4fl a. m. Third train at 3.10 p. m? Express, First train at 4.15 a. m.. Express. Second train at 8.36 a. m. Third at 3.10 p. in. Fourth at 4.30 p. m., Express. The first, second and thira trains from Washington oonueot through'o Philadelphia and New The second and third oonneot at Washington Junction with trains for th* West, South, and Northwest; also, at Annapolis Junotion, for An napolis. For Norfolk take the"?4? a. m. train. hor the accommodation of the war travel between Washington and Lauiel, a pa?s#pger oar will be attached to the tonnage train whioh .eaves at 11 a m. 0?Saturday the 3.10 p. m. train goes to Philadelphia only. no 26-a T. H. PARSONS, Agent. DENTISTRY. OKS. I OCR WOOD,* DARRE1 L ARE PREpared to insert ThETHon VL'LCA iTk. 1IASK, a new and improved mode-fr^^^S Wh<>n matin on this D in tne* a?e com ' ' ** fortable U> wear and rnucn cheaper than any other. Also Te?th inseited on Gold Plate, and all Dental Operations of an* kind that may he desired Office Koom No. 5. in the WashiuitoaBuildmir.earner Pa av. and Seventh at. ja 10 3m* M~TEETH. LOO-MIS, M. i).. the inventor and patentee of the MINERAL PLATE TEETH, at tends personally at hi* office in II ill IV?j| , /i Many pornons cau wear these teeth who^*?' ' '? oannot wear others, and no person oan wear others who oannot wear these. Persons calling at my office can bf accommodated with any style and pnoe of Teeth tney may desire; bnt to those who are particular and wish the purest, cieanest, st'onRest, and most perfect denture that art cap produce, the MINERAL PLATE will ba more fully warranted. Roomi in this o:ty?No. 338 Pa.avenue, between 9th and lOtb sis. Alio, 007 Aroh street, Philadel phia. oe 15-tf EDUCATIONAL. T FEMALE EDUCATION. IJOSE Parent* who wish their daughters to receive a thorough and systematic education, where theirp'nymcal training will receivedailv and special attention, under the most approved system of Cniis themes ami Gymnastics, ar?i renpectiully mvitfd to iait the Union Female Academy, corner Fourteenth st.aud New York av. ME. 4 MRS. Z. RICHARDS*. an 30-tf Principals. ^ I?EM ALE BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL t ALEXANDRIA. VA. Mrs. S. J. MeCORMICK. Principal. The thirteenth annual cession of tins Institution will coinrnenoe on Tuesday, September 18th, in the roof.tly oooapied by ^ylro?ter Soott, Em., No. 1*0 King street. The course of study pursued will comprise all the branches requisite to a thorough English Education, and .Music, French, Latin and Drawing, ll desired. In addition to day seho'ars, "Irs. MoCorrnick is prepared toreoeivor. limited number of pupris at oor.-Uers, who. constituting a parr cf her own family. will bo unaer iier imifiodiite care and supervision. ^he will endeavor, as lar as possible, to sur round thein with Uio comforts And kindly iniluerces of H<>me. H.cfer'nc?i.?R*v. Geo. II. Norton, Rev. Dr. Ehas Harrison, R<-v. D. F.Spngg, William H. Fowle, Em., Edsat Snowden, Esij.. Edmund F. Witmar Esq., Henry Marlmry, Esq., Lewis Mr-Kenzte Ess., Robert H. Ffnnton, Esq., W. D. W&Ilach 1 J ' % _ x*. w? - * r.uitor r,vrn:ne ^wvr. uenjamin \v a^ers, as Entwisie, Jr., Kg^.,Ool. John W.Minor, Loudoun Megxrs. BtacklooK & Marshall, Messrs. Cor Brothers. TK5 MS. Board, with Tuition in ail the English Branch**, for the annua! session? payable semi-aiinually, tn advance. >1 u wc and Languages at Professors' prices. ID- extra charges. au 23-tf GAS FITTING, &cT AWM. T. DOVK h CO. RE No-* pre?",r>>} to exooui?; any orders witJi waich ths? rr,a? be favored m the PLUMBING, GAS OR STEAM I ITT1N? BUSINESS. IE7*" Store on ?th street, a tev doors north of Pa. ivenne, where may bo found a oojno!ete arrfortrcent of CHa iNDEt,J EKS and other WAS, STEAM and WATER FJXTUKEfl. jaW ly pLUMBERS AN1> GAS FITTERS J. W. THOMPSON ft CO. Wonlri call th<? attention of water takeri to th*if !u!l r. sj'tmrnt nl Fixtures neco?en.ry to its intro:lu?tii>r,>i?! iofst-KITCHKNRANGEf.UATH TLBS, WATFR Cl?OSETf?. llOT WATER BOILERS, KITCHEN 81NK3, PUMPS, Cast Iron. Wronrht lr<>p, l.earl and Galvanised \V ATKR PIPES, HYDRANTS and PAVE WASHERS, KUBHER HOSE. Ac. iiavi:i? superior advantages, with practical k-ow!ert(e, we are prepared to introduce Water lato dwellings with ail the latest improverr ents, prompt.y, and it prices that cannot fail to ratisty. 469 Penn. avenue, no 34-dtMar 1 het.9th and ! ' tii sU.. south side. WGAS FIXTURES. F. Hav* ip store, an-1 aredai y receiving, OAS FIX TUHES of entire, y New Patterns and JJ<-8ign? and Finish, superior m style to anything heretofore otfered in thik market. We invito citizens reneral ? to coil and esaininc our stock of Gas ac^ YVator Fixtures, feolin* confident that wo have the beat selects! stock in Washington. Alt Work in the above line intrusted to onr oar* will l>e prompt'j ati?n<l?*l t i. MYEK8 & MsSHAN. tnsrS-tf 37 w 1? street. 8N YDEK, RLUMBER AND (fAt FITTER, Has remove*! to the corner of Twelfth and F ots. liais prepared to introduce W?t?r an<l Oa* upon tue?nost favorable terin.ti and guaranties entire satisfaction. He has on bard & lot of COOKING and other 8TOVKS, which h# will soil lees than oott. as he rirhee to get rid of them. no 17 OFFICE OF INSPECTOR AND BEALEI. OF GAH METERS. July 18,1S60. NOTICE Ifi HE HE R V ii i V 1 V Th.t err?. ab-r to t!;e provisoes o? ti?r> ordinance of the Corporation approved May 12,l"fn. uiidersigned m ii.o^ ' wiirnsver r' ?c:re.'- 1 vritii.c, and on pre yayuientoftJio fM of iifty to inspect, examine, teat, prove, md&aoert&ia ti:fl acccr&cj of mutntiODofiuiycm materia iMutfeuow> Kvery meter,iilonr.ti incorrect, will be condemned, and another, ?.<ai<*d a-id marfced a<. true, viil be setmi'? place. If proved to be ecorrate m its DJ-..V'r, inent of *a*, it wi'.l be scaled acaordiujiy, and &^:\in put in position lor itee. OS e? No. S im Seventh street, (fear Odd F?l.owj'ila'.i ) opfrom 8 a. m., to * p.m. CHAKl.ES W. CUNNINGHAM, Jy 1? inspootjr ard Healer of t2ae Meters. /Ov NOT1CK. /?\ X A R E M O V A L. A X 0 U I have removed my V 6 FAWN OFFICK to rtai C street, l>etween 4.S and fitli streets, immediately in the rear of the National Hotel, where the businoss will be oontmued ax heretofore at the old stand. |nn!S-)ini| ISAAC HER5WKRG. Wf 10.000 ORTH OF DO()T8, 8IIOKS asd TRUNKS, O/ all Styles and (qualities, at a great sacrifice on cost. Store for Kent and Firturu Jor Salt. All the Stooli in S. P. HnnvKB's - MS* KJ * ' / 11 lj | MIH I run Hail, embracing every variety ?ifew BiHSlMP.<1 f Ladies'. Gents', Children's aid BBS ^Ckllli^rvAutJ'SHOKS Al.o,TKAV-f 1 F.I.ING TRUNKS* aro now l>eing sold./or* VW ca.vi^vt great sacrifices on usual retail soliinglprioes, indeed much beiow original oort. The attention of ttio pubiio is soiioited, as great induoeinents will be made to purohaaers. The above onmpmoi a large (took of the finest Inaiity French ai.d American tiaitera,Shoes,Boots, o., ft'o., tor ladies and gentlemen. Tin Store is for rent and th? Fixtures for sale. Acply onthe premises, Iron Hall. V. B.?The ahora stook, either in whole or in part, will b<> s?.i<! Rt private sale. To p.ny one desirous of entorin* the Boot, Shoe and Trunk Business tms aifords a better opportuuity than may again be presented. P-r?ons indebted will oofer a favor by promptly c&Hinc and settJice their adcoonU. ia7-tf |JOOTS AND TO SUIT ?IK Wf are now manuEaotnrtnj all kinds of IKJOTS ana SDOES, B.C.J oo; ataritTV reoeiving suspij ui ?a?te.n mvi? work of every d* B^|!i crtpiiuv, ma le to order, andwi :.w M to. J at & iM'oh .ower price than hu been* heretofore or.irjed in tins city for much luforioi tips! M. Pernors :u war.i of Boots and Shoe* of eastern or o'i?t n sde work, wi'l t ???? find a food aseortmen in ttore and at iUe lowest prioes. <*i ve us a can. GRIFFIN & 1IKO., ayl-r 314 Penmrivania avenae. LMVE HUNDRED TRAVELING TRUNKS r a.iivod this dar, embracing aa *uaii fraf?? ties and sues of Sole Leather, L&dtee'BMM Drees and Packing Tronks. Oar trnnk^ ?** ^ns room exhibits at this time the greatest rarity trave.ing requisites, at moderate prices, to be found this side of N? w York. Also.ererr description of I.AT1IKS' Utf i>* i v- ?*? Z'. ' DUATiD) YALIUhS, I CARPET HAGS, SATCHELS, Ae. (X7-014 Tn - k? repaired or taken inexohAfif* for HAY onM. WALL, STEPHENS A CO? Trunk ftaiea Room, atr M-tf ?3fl Pa. wram. W TRAVELING TRUNKS. E Hare jutt ieoeived the largest M?ortment ATH gSMS? and PACKING TRUCKS, HAT BOX VAl ISES, CARpKT BAGS, SATCHELS. Ao.. ib thia city, whioh we *r<;.*,lj'n? at rerf low prieea. WALL, STEPHENS A c6 . ii? W tf Mi Ft. avann*. rpHE AMERICAN ALMANAC ToiTTse 1~, 1 paper; price fl; l.alf OA.il $ 1 *' hy iiia.il. I'. a.a Vat ar, a na? rovel \<y Oliver Wendell Uoia.ea.2 tola , liiao., o oUt; pnoa 91.75 by mail. The Revolution in the bou<h p%p<?r; pnoe 25 cmk. at FRENCH A RIOHdTEIN'S, fa 21 37S Penn. avenue. XV^ur9 As CURE ^07 NervousHeadache neaaacne. By the use of these Pills the periodic att&uks ot Ntrvcm* or Sick Headache ir.ay be prevented; and if taken at the commencement ol au attack immediate relief from pr.m and sickness viil be obtained. They seldom fail in removing the Nausea and Headache to which females are so 8Hbj9ct. They act gently upon the bowels,?removing Cottivnutt. For Literary Men, Students, Delioate Females, and all persons of sedentary habits, thej are valuable as a Laxative, improving the appttxtt, giving ton* and vifor to the digestive organs, and re storing the natural elasticity and strength of the whole system. The CEPHALIC PILLS are the result of long investigation and oarefully oonduoted experiments, having been in u*e many years, during which time they have prevented and relieved a vait amount of pain and suffering from He?dache, whether ongi nating in the nervous syitem or from a deranged state of the stomach. Ther are entirely veret*ble in their composition, and may bo taken at all times with perfect safety Without making any oliangeof diet, and the absence of any disagreeable taslt rentiers it easv to administer them to children. beware of counterfeits! The genuine have five signatures of Henry C. Spalding on each Box. Sold by Druggtsts and all other Dealers in Medii cir.es. A Box will be sent by mail prepaid on reoeipto the price, *2? cents. All orders shoild he addressfd to henry o. spaldinfl, 4h ckpar Strkkt, nkw yori. the following endorsements of SPALDING'S CEPHALIC PILLS, will convince all who suffer from HEA D A C II E that a QPi;m ir a TVf r\ orrr* w? / rrn i.* iw-j xi J/ I /Iif 1/ U ii ii L' (-/ XV U IS WITHIN THK1R REACH. As t/iesn Trxtimonial* true tin soli cited by Mr. SrAI-DINO. the)/ ajfort! nm/unltollable proof of the ejjieaey of this truly scientific discovery. Masosvillk, Conn., Feb. 5,1R61. Mr. SrAI.Pifo?Sir: 1 have tried T?ur Crphftlic Pills, and / /ike them so veil that I want you to tend me two dollar* worth more. Part of these are for the neisMiors, to whom I K8.VO a few out of the first box f cot from yon. Send the Pills by mail, and oblige Your ob't Borvant, JAMES KENNEDY. Havfrforp, Fa., Feb. fi.lTOl. Mr. Spalding?Sir: I wish tou to send ire one Kioro box of you- Cephalio Pills, / have rennet a great *"il ef benefit from ihtviYoari reapect'ully, MARY ANN STOIKHOUSE. Sprcck Ckksk, Hpstinsto*! Co., Pa ,/ January 18.1861. \ II. C. SpAi.rir;3?Sir: Yon will please send me two Ikjxoh of your Cephalic Puis. 2-end tl:em immediately. Respectfuliy yours, JNO. H. SIMONS. P 8 ?/ Aive usul one box of your Filtt, nnd find tk>m excellent. Hcli.k Vkrhox, O'io, Jan. 15,5*1. Hsskt C SPALDt;?r}, Esq.: P!?aso find ir.oiosed twenty-live oenta, for whlcn send me nr other bo* of ?our Cephalic Pil.g. Th'y are tru'y the but I'ill* I hire ever tried. Direct A. STOVER, P. M.. Ce!i? Vernon, Wyandot 00., O. Bevkbi.y, Mass., Doc. 11,186". II. C. Spalding. Esq.: I wi*li for some circulars or lar^e show bills, ty brine your Cephaiio Pi ls more particularly before mr customers. If you hfcve anTt'nins of the kind._p.cn.ao ?-i.d to me. I my ounomer*. wno U fnl-jeot to severe Piok Heartache. (usually lasting two<iayp.) via cured of an attack in one heur by your PiUs, whioh I sent her Kespecfully your?, W. B. WILKES. R^tsoldsbttkf?, Frasku:* Co., Ohio,/ January 3,1P61. { Hmey C. Hpat.th^o, No. 48 Cedar ?treet, New York?Dear Sir: Inolosed find tw?nty-ave oents. (25.) for whioh *end bo* of ' Ophaho Fills." f?end to addresr of Kev. VVin. C. Filior, Reynoldsbu"*, Franklin Cv>uat?, Oluo Your fill? work like a charm?curt Hettdache almost tnstanttr. Truly jour?, \VM. C. FILLER. Ymilast:, Mioh., Jan. 14,1861. M*. SrsLDTNO?s*ir: Notion* i?in?v? I sent to tou for a box r.f Cepha ;o Pills for tho our? of the Nervous H??vl anhe an.1 Co*ti venM*. and received the same. ar.d th>y hnd <o good, an effect that I teas induced to send for more. Pieasosend by return mail. Direct to A. R WIIKhXFR. Ypeiianti, Mioh. From the Framin'r, Norfolk, Va. Cephalic fill? aoe->m9h<h th* object for which I they were reade, viz: Cure of headache in all its forms. From the F.raminer, Nor/oik, Fi?. They have been tented in more than a then sand case*, with entire Bacaess. From the Democrat, St. Cloud, Minn. If you are, or have been troubled with the head ache, send for a box, (Cephalic ?MIIs,) bo that you may nave tnem lti case of an.attack. From the Advertiser, Providence, R. I. The Cephalic Pi!!? are siid t<> he a remarkably effective r?medy f>r the headache, am) one of the very best for that very Iretuent complaint which has ever buen discovered. From the Western H. R. (faxttlt, CKicaro, Til. Wp Ueartity endorse Mr. Spalding, and his un rivaUed Cephalic Pills. From the Kanaicha Valley Star, Kanatr.ta, Va. We are sure that persons st.tferin* with the head aohe, who try them, wi i stick to them. Ft cm the Southern Path Finder. Kelt Orleans, La. Try them ! yon that areafflioted and we are sere lh>l ?-- J ?- " ...C* / vai IIIUUJ ur?(i UO 111 100 numpmn* list that haa received benefits that ao otaer medicine can produoe. From the St. Louit Democrat. The immonee demand for the artlole <Ceph%lio Piila} la rapidly increasing. From tke Gazette, L'avenp?rt, Ioym. Mr. ppa'din; would not oonnect hi* name with an article he did not know to poaaeaa real merit. From tke Advertiser, Providence, R. J. The tsatimorv in their favor la strong, from the

moat reapeotab e quarters. From the Daily Newt, Newport. K. /. Cephalic Pilta are taking the p!ao? of all kinds. 1137" A ami I? bottla of SPALDl.Mi'8. PREPARED GLUE Will mnvtt t?n timu 1 ?? ?.vm vun auiiuni iji SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! SAVE THE PIECES! ECONOM YDISPA TCH ICT-'A Stitch ik Tim* Savxs Nis*."??H Ah acotdenta will happen, eveu in weII regu'&ted f&mi'ins, it it very ileairatile to have *01110 ohfap ami;ci?nvenicnt way for repiirinf Furniture, Toys Crockery, Ac. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE meet* all inch rmerf eaciea, and no household ca aifrird to b? without it. It 1* always ready, and a to the stiokinc point "USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE." N. B.?A Brush aocompamoi each Bottle. Prio 85 oenU. Address HENRY C. SPALDING, fto. 48 Cedar street, New York. CAUTION. a? certain unpnnctpled peraoneareattempting to paimtff ">n tflf U(i?u?pectirf ^o?.lie, imitation* of my PREPARED oi.UE, 1 would caution &H p?.auiia t-t *xamin? before purohfiau y, ai.ii ce? that the full name, ILTSfALDlNO'S PREPARED GLIIK-fH la oa the ontaide wrapper; all others are rwipdlinc eoaoterfeita. fe 13-dAwU 1 J = PUBLIC ADVERTISEMENT. A pUBLIC N OTjCE. Prpaktmikt or thj !xtsrio*.{ WaikmtKm, D*. 98. Hi". \ Public notice is hereby Riven that bond a and ooapons annexed, of the deaonptton hereinafter aet forth, have lately been feloaioaaly abetraeted from the oaatody of the Interior Department, the eanie being the property at the United States aad held is trust for oertam Indian tribe*. Notioe ha* alao been siren to the proper offioera of the reapeetive Statea to step the payment thereof; aad all persona are warned acainat pnrchaaing or receiving any of said bonds and oovpons, as the olaim of the United States thereto will be proseouted to the utmort extent Each bond being for the sum of one thouaacd dollar*. vim ; S?ix par cent. Miuouri Coupon Bonds, iunad in June Mid August, 1857. Bt&to of Miztiouri, St. Louis tad Iron Mountain R E. SUte Bonds. Bond No. 2037 Bond No. 1823 1876 1827 199? 1822 1997 1821 1998 1820 2008 1819 2007 1818 1993 1809 1994 1S17 1995 181ft 1891 1816 1990 1814 tooa * IBM 1991 1812 2003 1810 2002 1811 1992 1808 2006 2031 2005 2033 2004 2034* 2001 2036 1999 203d 2000 2032 2009 1820 1877 1828 1878 1829 187*9 1830 1880 1831 1881 1832 1882 18(8 1883 1809 1884 1870 1885 1871 1886 1872 1887 1873 1888 1874 1889 1875 1890 2080 2045 2029 2048 2018 204ti 2017 2047 201ft 2044 2015 2043 2014 2040 2013 2041 2(H2 2042 20-10 2030 2011 2038 1825 99 bonds 1824 Not*.?Bonds No. Joop, and below of thin eeriea, issued June. 1 ROT. And bonds No. 2nni,and above tha/, dated Auruat, 18A7, payable at the Phoenix Bank. New York oitr, in 1887. 8tat? of Missouri au peroent. coupon bonds, vis: Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad Btato lionda? Uond JSo. 1853 Bond No. Ift2ft 1852 M27 1851 lft28 1850 1629 iuin totA irriv jrvry 18? 1865 1847 1863 1846 1862 1845 I860 1844 1861 1832 1866 1835 1858 1833 1855 1834 1854 1836 18*1 1837 1813 J 838 1?A I <39 1826 1649 1R26 1640 1827 1635 1828' 653 1829 1ft 13 18.10 1814 1831 IBIS 1MI Iftlft J?42 1?17 1043 1?18 1044 lftl? 1615 l?20 104ft lf?21 1847 Iftll lft48 18ft4 1837 lft34 1?38 1ft31 1840 lft31 184) 1033 1843 1*01 1<(A JWJV 1867 181A 1030 1817 1630 1818 1?3? 1?19 1841 1820 1023 1821 1024 1025 90 bonda No**.?These bond* are dated January, 1MT, payable at Hank of Commerce, New York, la November, 1888? interest payable in January and July of each year. Stats of Missouri six per oent. Coupon North Ml*pouti R. R. Sbate bonds. Bond No.?2952 Bond No. 1039 2940 1638 2939 1041 2941 1042 2942 1043 2940 1044 2945 f045 2944 1010 2943 1047 2947 1048 2948 1049 2949 1040 2950 1050 2987 2922 2938 2923 165* 2024 1654 2936 1655 2951 1652 2953 1666 1657 2921 17C5 2468 1706 2612 17C7 2613 2452 2514 246S 2515 2464 2516 2466 2911 2466 2910 2457 2912 2468 2913 2459 2914 2460 2916 2461 2916 2M2 3V17 2463 291 i 2464 2919 2465 2920 2466 2954 2467 2955 1651 80 bondi Noti.?The bonds numbered KM and telow, iaiu?d in J&nuurr, 1357; No ?10, and above that, laaued in AnKuat,1857, payable at Phoenix Bank, New Yoik oity. Miaaoun aix par cent. Coupon Bonda, tix: North ffliaaoun R. R. Bute bonda. Bond No. 2778 Bond No. 2763 2784 2787 2786 2730 2781 2717 2782 2734 2770 2721 2783 2719 2711 2733 2712 2722 2719 2720 2725 271# 2777 2727 ^ 277ft 2724 2765 2731 2788 TIM 27?9 2720 2770 2718 2771 2715 2785 2714 2778 2764 2772 2728 2775 2728 2774 2723 2780 2713 2732 * ? 2767 M fcondi &sas2&Bag&&* MlMoiri 9iM-pm-Mat. P?eilo Rftilro*d Btato Coapon |o?4i, Bond No. Bond Ho. MM 6169 6?l ? ? ?- ? ?H) 5BS 6244 5258 5243 6254 6243 6255 5241 5263 6246 - 5252 6239 6251 6238 5260 62X7 6240 6235 5247 6234 5248 5233 6106 5232 6198 6231 5000 5200 4009 6199 4097 6198 4*00 6197 4008 6310 4880 6238 4888 6307 4878 6308 6t5f 6309 ?? 6282 61 boo da 6308 Bond* of North Carolina Common ux par ooaC North Carol** m par iw>i Bond 5?. 35 Bond No. 903 33 301 31 300 33 29f 9 236 . T 3M 349 202 348 166 347 104 346 20 343 19 342 18 341 IT 340 15 339 II 338 8 33T 11 336 10 335 102 328 101 329 100 330 99 331 1<L? Ml ft . M3 ]g *34 jj 227 ift 32ft 21 317 98 318 97 318 9ft 29ft 95 239 94 238 62 237 60 23ft 303 72 bondl Noti.?Theee bonds are dated Jtnotrr, UA6, Mpable Janaarp.UK.at Bank of RepubliV, N*W ?ork. Interest payable in January aad J air. North Carolina 6 per oente. Coupon Bond*. Bond Ne. 833 Bond tfo. 736 832 736 831 768 830 759 829 7?0 834 761 835 7*2 836 763 837 764 838 T99 871 791 872 792 873 793 674 794 876 796 870 790 877 797 878 79* 879 799 880 800 881 Ml 848 802 847 80* 848 804 849 806 860 m 851 808 862 897 851 811 8f4 812 8*6 811 850 814 657 815 858 816 800 817 881 818 802 819 80* 820 884 821 805 822 808 823 867 824 808 826 889 828 870 827 883 828 882 8*9 884 840 886 841 731 844 7M 845 733 734 1?4 bond* KBiSf1 ??? North Carolina sts f?r oont. Covpor bonds. Bond No.'599 Bond No. 493 600 494 608 496 604 4M 605 49T 606 621 607 408 608 510 610 511 611 <81 61J 483 611 483 60? 484 614 485 621 486 623 467 625 489 638 400 617 538 638 M9 641 640 64J 641 64J 543 615 MI 644 M 646 Ml 64T Ml i 648 MS 645 M4 40 Mt . 666 M6 651 MT 651 618 6J6 638 617 616 618 616 19 617 4M 614 457 423 458 645 470 646 01 M7 4<9 648 440 560 443 MS . 430 471 431 473 4SS 473 I 466 474 437 476 437 476 438 477 435 478 436 478 433 480 431 613 01 613 ? I 491 119 b*?ds i 493 i North Carolina fix y?r ooat Co??oa BomU-Cm. fOM HTMUll April Mi Oototar, vii: Forty ?to boatf of 91JH9 mdbimai by a I thontr afaa aot to iMoiywriii th? wootora North ' ccdt. S^ssu^E^utaMs^ss. Tl|: I Bond No. M Bead Ho. 141 if lii ! M l&S 44 144 , 94 144 ' m 1 I Bowl No 9T Bond So 161 t6 1U 99 iaa 1M 1*5 1M ITS 11* 191 . U4 19S IJ4 19X 1? 194 117 lv* IX 19A lit 197 180 198 1*9 199 ISO SOO 1S7 ? ;? Two bonda for l.?o? Mr h. daUxi April. IV?. Bond No. 9 Bond No. 19 Fifla.'n borvfle for #1.0< oooli.dtiad Q?tob*>, WS7 Til r*yobl*ot 0*ck of Hepatic, OotjUi. mt.TU: Bond No. lift! Bond No. 119S LI 84 119S 1186 1194 1186 1194 1187 UK 1188 1197 m m a lie* 1190 16 bocdi 1191 Tmdmi** ?iz f)t omi. Cotyofi Bouli.of ?*> tnoh, of lo*n { IM wilir 1M ld Ntv tori city, of tfcofo. .o?in? nana bars. ud d*Ud Juinry. M881 Bond No. SIT Bond No. 41* 278 419 / 394 476 297 477 409 491 413 498 414 723 And oftt < iolloviag cimbiniuaKl Jinaar j,m+ Bond No 828 Bond No. 1278 829 1368 830 And of ??ffollovi&f BB?b#riiM??l Jaxoaxr.iMft Bon 1 No. 1744 Boad No. 3656 SIIJO 2891 2133 2892 2681 3066 3605 3121 Anl of the folio vine Binbmiuud Jfccatry.lUft. JJond No. 3149 Bond No. 4207 3464 4208 3465 4209 3466 4210 3467 4211 JUA9 4212 3479 4213 3471 4214 3472 4431 *758 4527 3894 4529 3941 4550 3943 4566 3943 4566 3944 4569 3945 4570 394ft 4671 3985 4749 4199 47*1 4200 4861 And of th? following ninbtri luaod Jtqunry, US* Bond No. M)Mt Bond No. 6419 6195 6421 W2? bM 63&9 birr WW 64.V) 6M1 6434 I ?3*t 64M 6309 6437 MM *438 bMS MM MM 6449 6M 7 9441 b:m M42 6M9 6469 W70 9444 M71 9446 6372 6462 *379 6618 6.174 6619 63T6 6520 6379 6621 6277 6622 69T8 670* 6379 6704 *380 6706 Mfil 6790 *386 6707 HHt vr i.w *387 *70? MM 671* *389 *711 M90 6711 *391 671S V?J *m *39* Mlfl W40 *417 *642 *418 Ornci or tbb titrtiTit? or mi Iktkbiok. Deoember ?, l **>. 12-dtf J. THOMPSON, fUoretarv. Jjffl EMAN | SIMPSflDJ X T R/^iTtf^EX T R^X, If OLD W OLD \ plFAMlLY RYPl FAHIIY RYtf The above PURE WHlBKY.CofrnDicTiLLn noM MaXTSS GeaIS, beinf uaeanr and tnifona ia au&litj, ana highly improved V.? ?i?, it preferred toonnnnert to ill otS?r AVhitfcic*. and portion If reoommeoaad by the bert phyaiwtae and ebemleto m eoeeeeeing ell the reeau?manta of a IVfH Tomu mmi$fzt*CT mmd Ra*r.iiml Agent. The Bohuvlkiilw Bter of Philadelphia. uead :a the oiinKat-cc of thia Whialry, it atrred by aaalyria to be the poftaet and pureat ??Wr in the U tiH Btataa ; and to Ifcie may, in a |rcat detraa, he UMftSON. rkenlz_I>i*tulery, Qc the BehayUoli rivrr, p?...*d, Iphia Ofltoaa??6 Wall treat. New York ; JVtVacUi Front atreet. Philadelphia. fr.ar lai? NOTHER FR rt>LY OF GOOD uat received by FRENCH A KICHSTKIN. 978 Pi*?. *mr?, Witupcroii, !4fe in the old Wond by Krednka H renter ; t ola . ltmo .oloth; pri?e #5 50, One of Than, by Char lea L<var. pap*' Waanta. Heaaage from tha Bae, by Charlaa Inckena, paper; Ooenta The Amertaap Qaeat-oc, lJ~o , eloth ; price an aanta: by nail frea on receipt of prloa. ilaan di* ooaat at onr atora for oaah. fe is trOR STAMPING A PACKET OF PAFBR AND ENVELOPES WO MATCH. titk* METROPOLITAN BOOE8TORJL PBlur A SOLOMONS, ? uMly |Hrt.W..b?Clt>M<Wifc. 1861 1861 ^Cmm Ik* r?r iMl Dimrf. A Pookct Oommiob for r?ftct?rifi| mat* ?Mt. irwmt, m4 ftttrrr, e*aUi?t?? niM of pota*?. alipMto,a M*?k ih? fir n>?yr%n<U Ej^qfjEcy-jSptaJ tS tnMi mm r*o?iT?bl*. Doi't t* wiUmw* ??? *J SaMSMnlUttM oavaairs TM iwwt tnafM*. laaat. aad t?*nt 'wiMtri,#.*. ir* ?^ic& w#5tf&A!ar ** 04?o?Bind lac.?f.?K ?tr?? urf 4a? P?aKOOL AJfO OOLLMI OUTPITP. I#' ami Bcjt' Girthing ft 8ek?l rnnd pyiu ,mi in iiyiiMEgtas ? gyres? araK.iri^.i?jia-Lsi ?n tflpBIK oo. . . ?rrr. i.kiini. Will Qwi^8>mi mi A*A PrKCHL Bikuil^ |> i VNOplAMUfl AjsayaiJiatiytr"'*? mr?.iMici