Newspaper of Evening Star, March 19, 1861, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated March 19, 1861 Page 4
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V THE EVENING STAR. ORIVZTf. Of all the oharms dear wnmsn *Mn, Of all bur manl* traps and snaree. For real ther*'* nau?ht eom pares With a truly eretty bonnet; Pot when or whererer yon chance to meet One that is pe?fectly modeet ?cd neat, Yo* m\y depend 'tie a proof oo replete That the head has more ta than an it. No ma'ter whether she's pretty or tot. Hew mieh "r N?w htt'e money she's got. Whether she iree in a mansion or eot. Tt? ? iaeWdeprnd upon It The woman t? nuke a man nappy thro' lin^ To make a motiel u.other an'1 wife. Is one who, f<v>rcmg this milliner's strife, XVears a plain ani tastetel bonnet. Now* bonne' of if?naine beauty and grao*, Worn on u.e heal in its proper place, Pha lowing sMght'y the wearer's fae^, 'Is the thing for a iosi or a sonnet Sat one of these gsy ard gaud; things, vie up of ran.bows and fnttsrflr wings. A mixtn'o of flowers, ribbons ana strings. Is dreadful, d pend upon it. A valcar mass of "fuss and feather." A little of ereryth ng thrown together. As if by a touoh of windy weather, wretched cocslomera ion? teort of onp to oatoh the hair, ~aving the hesd to "go it bare,'1 A suiting examn'e of "Nothing to wear," Is this b ncet abomination. It makea a *omin 'o^k brajon and boiu, AtiuU her in ra?eV?f nothing but oold. U la ba?l on :h?> yuuut, absurd on tae 0,1, And def?rm? what it ought to deck ; For, io.,k at her f?oe, no bornet ia th-sre ; tka. at the ride it hanga by a hair? View it behind, and jou will declare Thstth j ore* uro aai broken hsr neok. No matte- where t iu mav ohanoe to be. No matter how m*UT women you ase A p'ona c ~owd or a certain ahe, Vou niAjr foily depend upon it: That * f em <-f t*e ver* rarest kind, A thin? m ut iiffiou 11? find, A pet for whon we !o"j have pined, ia t porteot love of a, bonnet. Th? Navy oith?9ocihm!I Cosrmo*Racy ? Tfcla marine armament consiat of tbe following eaa*-la, all atoirn from the National Government: The cutter McClelland, one year old, 145 tona, calculated for 4 ?*de jjnna and one pivot, and capable of ac-ornrrind-itfnw 35 men. She la well ugjplled with small arms roe cutter i^ewta Cass, 110 tons calculated for a crew of 45 and one ft* pound gun. The cutter Aikln, 9U tons, calculated for a crew of 3D men. and one 42 pound pivot gun. The cut*?r Washington, now at New Orleans, will carry a 42 potird-r. The steamer Fnlton. 699 tons, calculated for a rew of 90 men and 5 guns. The cutter Dodge, 109 tons, and armed with mall guns. Besides these, there was the cutter James Gray et Charleston, bought in Pbiadelphia, frr?33 too. She is to be armed with a four pound Columbiid The steamer Everglade was bought by Georgin for 834,000, and is to go into the coast guard eerv ce. The brig Bonita was seized at Savannah and is being metamorphosed into a war vessel. i b? steam gunboat mounts one gun. Arrival of War Material ?The steamship Jamestown arrived at Richmond on Thursday with a lot of material for defensive purposes. Including gun-carriages for rifled cannon, calsons, limbers and traveling forges, purchased by the of Virginia from an establishment in Troy, N. Y Thk Wheat ?In .Missouri the young wheat in he country north of the Missouri riverls looking unusually thrifty and flourishing for this season of the rear In other parts of the State It presents a goo^?ppearance. and thr farmers are encouraged to ?Mk for an unusually good harvest of this grain. Gbukgta Ptatk Co!?v?ntio!*.?On the l*2th Instant, .Mr Fouche ottered an ordinance to give the Government of the Confederate States the direction and maintenance of all military affairs in the State, the forts and arsenals, and the arms ? nrl mnnitf ? ? - *~? * * ? * " MUU*.iviia vi war iuuna III IQflQ Bl ID6 II mi' of tapir occupancy. The Shit Viboinia Daks ?Thi? ship. the first built Id Balttmore fur the Richmond and the Liverpool line, and which sailed from Hampton Roads a short time since, sprang aleak after leaving the Capes of.Virginia, on her first voyage, and put Into St. George's, Bermuda. Portions of her cargo were sold in a damaged condition. Indiana for a National Convention.?The proposition for a national convention, introduced In the Legislature of Indiana on the first day of the session, passed just before the adjournment by r deelded majority !n both Houses. Major-General Hrazg arrived at Pens :ola on the 10th as chief in command of the forces. Large reinforcements were expected from Alabama and elsewhere. ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS. WILLARD?' HOTEL.?W K Garrison. Cal; A S Graham. Miss Graham, J A Graham. O: A j*n:w:p? and iadv. G Pettis. T Veve, 8 B Morriaon. NY; F \V Williams and lady, Va; A F Lvman. Vt; Hon D YVlimot. Pa; W H Bayly, J W Hii.ton, NC; '.V VV f.owry, R D Williamson, O H SVbeeler, Pa; N Gowan. NO; E de Gi'andin, Oregon; G W Branch, Md; H R Coggahall, A Harrow, J J Stor?-r, Pa; A H Waahinatou, l,'SN; A G Gantleld and lady, 111; W Cumminsra.NJ; C H Cbeatnian. Mo; E U Culver, NY; J S Had way, D O Quimbv, NY; J Johnson, NH; A E Cutler, Maw; P M Berry, OS Pettee. S Nlurphey, NY; F Vaughan. NC: C Stebblns. NY; A Henilng, Pa; L de Art*via,D Van Seder and iady,G W Nlldleton. J W St?wart, NY; j McDowell, Mo; Capt Ma2ruder, I SA; J J Greenougti. NY"; F P Webber, ?; P R Dandridge. do; F F McSbane, N Y; B Severron, Md; J B Fr'.sblc. Cal; \V Ball, B Evan#, E Starr. Pa; G Q Andrewa, Maaa; EGratz, W H Watts. P P Will s'.on, A Br.ggs, D P Brown. VV Elder, Pa; J Fenrring. tf W Bayard, %_l M. ' *? ? ** ? .? caiuuion, .11; now J M K.u.~kel, Md NATIONAL HOTEL?LL Nicholson, DC; J B Swain, R F Andrews, NV; J Buttiinton, Mr French, H A Cooke, A E Webster, Mass: M M Plappan. N B Batchelder. 0 B Hunker, N Orduc?* v J Johnson, Hon T Edwards, XH; M G Burleigb, J D Stevent, XH; W O Jewett, Col; Wm Bo-rdman, M Morphy. F 8 Stevens, A Wolcolt, 0 Qulnby, NV; Joa Megorv. Pa; R Fowler, W H Cecbrane, J >1 Harrison, E Payne, E Skinner, Va; N J Jones, Pa; A TSummay and ly, A Meneers, H Reeder. M Bobling, NC: Geo Hall and ly, J Selynan, N V; MrsttiolHe. J Berry, Md; A Roman, 90; O L liold, 111; J Gwvn, Tex; G W Benson, 8 A Gtvens, C Fowler, NY; P Morris, J Webster. Pa. KIRK WOOD HOUSE -O J Staples, Cal; J D Bradford, Ml?s; P \V Bowman, to*; T Snowdeii, W 9 Cooier, K Crawford, A Heoburn, Pa; E B Peytoo, W Walker. Ind; J T Huld, Del; A Ttomaoo, O; Mr tiid Mrs c'uthbert 9 Henderson, W Bnrnelt, Mass; E P Hampton, NY; F Sbunk, T B Edelln. USA; M Gidelmer, L E Heath, Md; C K Hows d Va; Capt Strailcrese, G 8 Dufcsaat, La, 0 Roes, Mo. BROW N8> HOTEL ?A H tangbey, G Soale and ly. P Lmitb, A Sml:h. NY; T Harey, A Lav llett, J 9 Brown, T B Culver, CT; J 8 Garrett. B Harris, Pa; U Brown and ly. H Hoys, Mo; J W Cox, V?; J James. J Scotl, Tenn; J Dick, iud; J J I M'1 . .nu. , OCEAK S TEAMER3' SAILING DAYS VtLOU. raa Lxitbb Statbb. Sn>fner*. Ltci*>?. Af. Day*. Niftmrm. Boston. Liverpool. ..Moh 30 BohrRitan. Port asd Liverpool...Moh 23 Etx? Mew York Liver pool...Moh ? John Beii ........New York ...Glasgow Moll 28 A i>na Boston . Liverpool... Mo'i T1 A'?u >ew Vork...Havre Mohan V;go New York ..Liverpool...Moh? Ba.a'.a New Y ork .. South pton.. Ap> 3 Oauaaa ? Boston Liverpool Apt 3 A'rioa? .? New York ..Liverpool... .Api 10 N - Y'ork.?.. .New York...Bremen Apl 13 turopa New York... Liverpool... .Ap 17 ?!t o ? New Y'ofk.. Havre .AplSu ersia Nf# York.. Liverpool.. .Ap a 4 Prino* AibjfL.. ..New Y ork...Gaiwajr_ Apl Z1 From Eraora Teat 'ma rSomh'pn.n ?New Y'ork?.Moh 4 / rngj "if,!..'?io?...New York...Men > Vigo., ...._. Livei pvol NewY'ork .Mch 6 Angto L-aioi; Liverpool Portltiul Moh 7 Ca: a<la ........ Liv?rp Hoetou Moh S? A trio* Liv?>rpo<>.. .NewY'ork ..Mchlfi Borussi*..... S?utu'ptou...New Y ork. Meh 18 T tu'ii Kingdom..tilaasow N?w Y ork on ;8 New York. SoutE'pr ..New Yi rk...MchS" tarop?..? Liverpoo: Boston Mch K Fm luii South^pto*...New Y ork .Apl 3 f?*v*r;a ,?8outli>U>n_ .New York .. Apl 4 Hremru ...J^outh'pton... New York... .A p 17 Hamuioni*.......Soath'pton ..New York. ...Ap! 18 8.0410. wnpatn BliTTKR of the very bt9t fOftlltT, AJeo, FEN NSY LV AN IA BUCKWHEAT. tALVtKTS HO.NtV. KINO 4 BURCHELL, I' ? o*>'n?T VT??Dt?T.tnll Fifteenth ?l DON'T HE DF.CKIVrD, BUT COMK TO u.,e ruat j? &oe to ? jour CLOTHING, HAr'i JCApj, At SMITH b. No. 460 8** ntl. ?> ??> iiw THKONLV liOOH ^IKTKAt r OF PRESI0ENT I.IN ,<)LN ??r pabi*h?i. iait out Si A Mat \>i naAii fr?? on r*o-*ipt of 'A o*nti. Tl.e ' vie Acd cub* of tweatjr supplied it kow KBENCH k. R1CHSTE1N. Iarge invoicfs of new mumc a ju?t reoeired (r<>m Rmwi * Tnlm&n, Boston. feUrr k. Br? , Cincinnati, Hall * Son. New York. Now obfill for lUMCtiuo. __ JOHN F. ELI.IS, to? *<>? P%- ??.. bet j*t?? and 10th e>e. t rVHE ?fi_EATFI|T BAR?AIN* IN CjUOTH! 1S ?, FURNISH IN? HATS nad C A ?*! tt No. Seventh nt.. opposite Poet Of f?? ?W w maaHtsw mmaw: J*??4 O?oe f?Hw I II I I TRAVELEB8' DIRECTORY. Bammammumm CHANGE OF HOURS. On and tfUr SU^JPAY, November 35ttu 1960, U?e trams win run hi roiiowa: LEAVE WASHINGTON: Plrat train at a. m. Seoond Train at 7.40 a- m. Third train at 3.10 p. m., Expreaa. Fourth tram at 6 p m. LEAYK BALTIMORE: ?ir?t train at 4.15 a. m., Expreaa. ?oond train at 8.35 a. m Jhird at 3.10 p. m. ourth at 4J0 p. m? Expreaa. The fret, aeoond and third train* from Waah^ngton ooniieot throngbt o Philadelphia and New The' aeoond and third oonneot at Waahington iunotion with trahia for the West. South, and lorthweat; alao, at Annapolia J usotion. for Annapolia. For Norfolk take the i 40 a. m. train. For the accommodation of the way travel betweoa Washington and Laurel, a paeaenger oar will be attached to the tonnage train whioh leavea at 11 a m. Oa Saturday the 3.10 p. m. train goes to PhlladelT. H. PARSONS, Agent 1 1 DENTISTRY. d rtRS. I OCR WOOIVy DARREL.L ARE PRE- 1 IJ pared to inaert TbETH?n VULC AN-^^o 1TK BASF', a new and improved mode.fteftpBB? t When made on thia plan they ate oom fortable to wear and muoh oheaber than any other, Alao. Te*th inaerted on Gold Plate, and all Dental operations of any kind that may be deairad. of- t fice K oom No. 6. in the Waahington Building.oor- . ner Pa av. and Seventh at. ja 10 Sm* TEETH. 1 LOOM 18, M. D., the inventor and patentee ofthe MIN KRAL PLATK TEETH, at !/m* ,? , tepds personalty at hia offloe in thie oity.ftaflBav > Many peraona can wear theae teeth who^"1'''?? j oannot wear othera, and no peraon oan wear others ? who oannot wear theae. Persona calling at my omoe can be aooommodated > with any style aod prioe of Teeth they may desire; l tat to those who are part calar and with the purest, a oleacest, strongest. and moat perfeot denture that art oan propose, the MINERAL PLATE will be more fully warranted. I Rooms in this city?No 33* Pa. a venue, between . ?th and 10th sts. Alto, 90T Aroh street. Phi lad el paia. oo IS tf ' ???< EDUCATIONAL. T FEMALE EDUCATION. 1 HOSE Parent* who wish their daughter! to reoeive a thorough and systematic education, where their phjatoal training will reoeivedaily and special ' attention, under the r^ost approved svstem of Calisthenics and Gymnastics, are respectfully invited to , viait the Union Female Aeademy, corner Fourtee nth at. and New York av. MR. & MRS. Z. RICHARDS, an 30-tf Principals. f7?EMALE BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL r ALEXANDRIA, TA. Mrs, S. J. MoCORMICK, Pbtscipal, The thirteenth annaai session of t/us Institation wilj fiommeuce on Tuesday, September lath, in the ' house recently occupied by Sylvester Soott, Ei^., No. ISO King street. The oourse of study ?oreued will comprise all the branches requisite to a thorough English Eduoat\on^ and Music. French, Latin and Drawing, U In addition to day scholars. Mrs. McCormiqk ia prepared to receive a limited number of pupils as boarders, who. constituting a part of her own family, will be nndor her immediate care and supervision. She will endeavor, as far as possible, to snr ronnd them irith liiAnoinrnrtsKmi k-mHIw inHnanAas of Home. References.?Rtv. Geo. H. Norton, Rev. Dr. E'.iae Harrison, Rev. D. F. Spring, William H. Fowle, Eaq., Edicar Snowden, Esq.. Edmund F. Witmar Esq., Henry Marbury, Esq., Lewis MoKenne Esq., Robert H. Runton,. Esq . W. D. Wallach Editor Evening Star, Benjamin Waters, Esq.,Jaa Entwisie.Jr., Esq.,Col. John W.Minor, Loudoun Messrs. Black look A. Marshall, Measra. Cor Brother*. Tumi. Board, with Tuition in ail the English Branches, 93W for the annual aeaaion?payable semi-annually, in advance. Music and Languages at Professors' pricea. No extra ohargea. au 28-tf GAS FITTING, &c. AWM. T. DOVE & CO. RE Nov prepared to exeonte as/ orders witk which they mar be favored in the PLUMBING. GAS OR STEAM FITT1N* BUSINESS. fly Stare on Stfi street, a tew door* north of Pa. a venae, where mar be fouud a complete aafortinect WATER^XWREa.d 0th#r ? ? ja*? It GAS FIXTURES. E Have in store, and are dai.y receiving, GAS FIXTURESof entirely New Patterns and Designs and Finish, superior in style to anything heretofore offered in this market. We invueoitiiens general It to call and examine onr stock of Gas and Wster Fixtures, reeling confident that we have the bast elected stock in Washington. All Work- in thA >.imva Tin* *?. - - . M w? mti ugtnu |U VHi MHV Will be prompty attended to. MYERS fc MoGHAN. mif 8-tf 3Tfl D rtre^t. I SNYDER, PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER. Hu removed to the corner of Twelfth and F sts. He is prepared to in:roduoe Water and Gas upon the moat favorable terms, and guaranties entire satisfaction. He hat on hard a lot of COOKING and other STOVKS, which h* will ceil less than oo?t. at he wishes to get rid of them. no 1? OFFICE OF INSPECTOR AND SEALER OF GAS METERS. Waihinotob, inly 18, IStO. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That, agreeably to tl>e provisions of the oidi nanoe of theCorporation approved May 12, I860, the ar.dernig ned if now prepared, "whenever required in writing. and on pre payment of the fen of fifty cents, to inspect, examine, test, provo, and ascertain the aoonracy of registration of any gas meter in nse in this city." Every meter, iffound moorreot, will be condemned, and another, sealed and marked as troe, will be set in ? ? plaoe. I: proved to bo aoonrate in its meastm ment of gas, it will be sealed accordingly, and again pot in position (or use. ufflce No. #10 Seventh street, (near Odd Fel.ows' Hall ) Open from 8 a. m~ to A . m. CHAKl.EH W. Cl NNI>4ilAM, Jy tt-tf Inspector and Sealer 01 t>M Meters. /Ov NOTICE. /0\ JF* \ removal. JOw X If II I have removed m? t# 1# PAWN OFFICE ti> 331 C street, between Mid 6th streets, immediately m the roar of the National Hotel, where the bonnes# will he continued at heretofore at the old stand, 1S\AC HKRZBKRG. WORTH OF BofrrkfsHQES and TRUNKS, Of all Styles and Quaitttet, AT A GREAT SACRIFICE Oil COST. Store for Rent and Fixtures .for Sale, All the St*ek m S. P. HOOVER'S STORE, mlIton lla.'l,*^ing every - ??r m EraiWof Ladi-.s\ tienU', Children's aadEiKl ' ""SerTantB'SHOES A'w.TRAV-f 1 EI.INQ TRUNKS are now b?ing sold,/or* Mk task,at sreat saot ifc?os on usual retail ?ellin?tpricen, indeed much below original oort. The attention of tuopitblio is solicited, as great inducements will be mad** to purchasers. Th* above comprises a lerce stock of the finest Iuality Freneh ai d Ameroan Gaiten,Shoes,Bcots, 0j| 4o., for laoies and gentlemen Tnn Store is for r?ntand the Pixtures for sale. Apply on t?e premises, Irt?n Hall. N. B.?The above stock, either in whole or in part, wil! be sold at pnvate sale. To any one desirous oi entering the Boot, Shoe and Trunk Business this afford* a batter opportunity than may | again !> presented. P-rsons indebted will 0"nfer a favor by promptly calling and settlinr their aAoounts. jaT-tf IJOOTB AND **> 8W1? ??K | We are now manufacturing'all kinds of BOOTS and SHOES, and oorstantfy reoeinnc a^i supply of eastern made work of every de-BHI sonetior. made expressly to order, and will wHj be sold at a muoh loafer prioeth&n has been* m heretofore obarged in this oity for muoh inferior articles. Persona in want of Boots and Shoe* of eastern or otty made work, will ? ways find a zood aseortmen , In store ir.^ at \ue lowest prioea. <3ive us a call. GRIFFIN * HBO . M*-r SI4 P?bmt[v>iu> avenue. piVK HUNDRED TRAVELING THUMB 1 r irrired tiui day, erabracins a:. auaii-an^M K?a and uim of Sole Leather, Lediee'WQH reaa and Packinc Trunks. Our trunk^**"*ta;es room exhibits at this time the greatest rartety of traveling r??ui?itee, at moderate prices, u> be foubd this side w New York. AJso, every deeori*CAR iKi VVIf 8A&fe? Vaj \ Ai>r b f pAaS? BAJtn&LDi ?0? fl^Old Trunks repaired or taken In exehang* for wt ones. WALL. STEPHENS A CO? Track 8*iee Room, mar 11-tf sag Pa. aven??. Ptrn URE OLD KYE WHISKY.?On hand severa brand* of Pare Old Rye Whltky, Copper Distil'e?i. made by the moet reliable distillers in Pennt, vama, Maryland and Virginia, warranted pare, A 10. Imported Krandiee, Htnneesy, Otard. Dupoy *1 Co.. J Dies Robins, Ac. Also, Poaoh and Atple 8U ranuy, pure HoPand Gin, old Jamaioa andrt. ,-olX Ruin, and VV iua #?f ???? - , . ? %-? w?v? I lOfcJt Ml Wi ftaudard braodi. A choioe lot of Clears and *oUtco. YOUNG k. ?EPMART^AieuU. a? l?-ly WM> Ha ? .. hwiw. Hb and lWn ?U. ( W TRAVELING TRUNKS. ' R Have just roomved the largest assortment 1 | tod now offer th? most exteauve rari?t?gRnB : uu. AuftgA^g >?* > | mitt tf 393 Pa avmia Jp3 V?i.?r, a naw no*?l t?w " ^ FAMILY MLANKKT8 ANfl COMFORTS. { Wa have Kill on h?nd ? rood fcarorfcuent of tb? J ah.*??ood?. Also, HoncfkMfinc Goods of 0tmy .lep:npucn,*ll of whjoh w a**??llinj at ooctlbr i feTI TAYLOR * HUTCHISON. c <1 wiilic A. OTicuRE^r NervousHeadache Headache, By the ih of these Pills the periodic attaoks of V?rro?jt or Sick Headache may be prevented; and f taken at the commencement ol an att*ok immolate relief from pain and siokneas will be obtained. They seldom fail in removing the Katuea and leadaehe to which females are so subject. They aot gently upon the bowels,?removing Cottossiii. For Literary Mm, Studentt, Delicate Females, knd all persons of sedentary Kabitt, they are variable as a Laxative, improving the appetite, giving one and vigor to the digestive organs, and re i to ring the natural elastioity and strength of the rhole system. Tks O P nil a f n ni r r a al. _? ia _m % i no vbrnAbiu ribbj ere w> mill 01 long nvestigatioo and carefully oond noted experiment*, ia?ing been In use many year*, dunce whioh time iiey have prevoated and relieved a vait amount of tain and suffering from Headache, whether ongi lating in the twrrowj ayitem or from a deranged itate of the jtemacA. They are entirely vegetable in their oompoeition, ind may be taken at all timea with perfeot aafety rithout making any change of diet, umd tk* *6 \nui of any dimgrttabU fit? rtndrrs it sa#y < idmxnxstrr tktm to eMldrt*. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! The genuine have five signature* of fieary C. Spalding on each Box. Bold by Druggists and all other Dealers la Medicine*. A Box will be sent by mall prepaid on reoeipt o the PRICE, as CENTS. 11 ordera should be addressed to HENRY C. SPALDING, 48 Cedar Stxikt, New York. THE FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENTS OF SPALDIMG'S CEPHALIC PILLS, WILL CONVINCE ALL WHO SUFFER FROM HEADACHE THAT A SrEEDY AND SURE CURE IS WITHIN THKIR REACH. As these Testimonials trere unsolicited by Mr. Spalding, they afford unquestionable proof of the efficacy of this truly scientific discovery. Masonvillk, Conn., Feb. 5,1861. Mr. SpaLDIHg?Sir: I have tried roar Cephalio Film, and I like them to well that I want yon to end me two dollar* worth more. Part of theaearefor the neichbora, to whom I inere a few out of the firat box I got from yott. Send tho Pilla by mail, and obiico Your ob't aervant, JAMES KENNEDY. Havkkfobd, Pa., Feb. 6,1061. Mr. spalome?Sir I wiah yon to aend me one more box of tout Ophalio Pilla, I Aa v* received a great tltol ef benefit from them Youra respectfully, MARY ANN &TOIKHOUSE. SparcR Crkkk, HtrnTiTioToi* Co., Pa ,( January 18.1881. { H. C. Spaldiko?Sir. You will pleaae aend me two boxea of your Cephalio Pilla. Send them immediately. Respectfully youra, JItO. B. SIMONS. P 8 ? J have used one box of your Pills, and And them txullent. Bkllr Vbrmok, Ohio, Jan. 15,1861. Hrhrt C SrAXDiHc, E*q.: Pla&ae find laoloaed twenty-five cent*, for whlon **nd me another bo* of juui Ceplisliu Tills. ra?v are truly ttut lul Pills I hive ever trlrd. Direct A. STOVER, P. M.. Belle Vernon, Wyandot oo., 0. Bzvkrly, Mmi., Deo. 11,186n. H. C. Bfaldino. ? <).: 1 wish Tor >orre cironlara or large bIiott hills to brine your Cephalio PiJle more particularly before mf out to in era. If yoc hnrve auythiux of the kind, pie&ee a?nd to me. One of mv ou*tomer?, who is aut>jeot to aevere Siolc Headache. (usually lasting twortaye.) tea* rired of an attack in ont hour by your Pills, whioh sent her Dunuirn'lw Kf ? trwra Ul>/ /UUIB, *f 01 ?? liiliClOt REVT*oL??br*o, Franklin Co., Ohio,{ January 3,1861. \ HK5RT C. Spalding, No. 48 Cede r itreet. New Y<Tk-i)ear Sir: Inclosed find twenty-fivo oents. (2.1,) lor which send bo* of * Oephalio Pills." bend to %ddr?ss of Kev. Wm. C. Fiifer, Kcynoidsbu'ir, Frankiin oountT, Ohio Your pill* work like a charm?curt Headache almost instnnter. Truly yours, WM. C. FILLER. YrPiLAHT!, Mioh., Jan. 14,1061. Ma. S^ALDtrto?Sir: Notion? sinoe I sent to you for a box of Ccphanc Hills for the euro of the Nervous liearfaohe and Costiveness. anil reoeived the same, and tk'v had so good an tffut thai I teas t*dvttd to send/or more. Please sand by return mail. Direct to A. It WHKKLER. Ypsilanti, Mioh. From the Examiner, Norfolk, Va. Cephalio Pills a?o<>mjfli?h the object for whloh they wore made, via: Cure of headache In all its forma. From the Examiner, Norfolk, Fa. They have been tested to more than a thousand oases, with entire auceess. From the Democrat, St. Cloud, Minn. If you are, or have been troubled with the head he. semi for a box, (Cephalic 'Mile,) so that yon

may have them In oase of aa.attaok. From the Adrertieer, Provident*, R. I. The Cepiialtc P'.ie are said to be a remarkably offcotive remedy for the headaohe, and one of the very beet for that very frequent complaint which ha* ever been discovered From ik* Western R. R. Gazette. Chicago, TIL We heartily endorse Mr. Bpaldliif, and hi a unrivalled Cephalic Pills. Fror i the Kanawha Valley St ar, Kanawha. Pa. We are sure that persons suffering with the head &che, who try them, will stiok to them. From the Southern Path Finder, ]Vm? Chitons, La, Try them ! yon that are affliotftd. and we are sure that your testimony oan be added to the already numerous list that has received benefit* that no otuer medicine oan produoe. From the St. Louis Democrat. The immense demand for the arttole (Ceph*lio Pills) is rapidly increasing. From the Gazette, Davenport, /mm. Mr. Spalding would not conneot his name with in article he did not know to possess real merit From the Advertiser, Providence, R. I, The teetimorv in their Ikvor is strong, from the most respeotab'e quarters. >? - ? ? rrom r/u ifatly Nrwr, Newport, K. /. Cephaho Pilla we taking the plaoe of all kinde. U7* A elngle bottle of SPALDIMi'8) PREPARED GLUE vill save ten timet lU ooat annually. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! SAVE THE PIECES! SCONOMY' DISPATCH CT"A Stitch ih Tim? Savkj Niw?."-TIf A? aeoidenta vill happen, even in well regulated amiliea. it la verv deaiimhl* tn _ *vui? UilCBf knd!o<>nveui?ut way for repairing Furniture, Toya Jrc?ckery, Ac. SPALDING S PREPARED GLUE neeta all raoh 'mernencifta, and no koaaehold oft ifford to b? without it. It la always ready, aad a o the atlokinc point " USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE." N. B?A Brush aooompaniee each Bottle. Pno 5 centa. Addreea HBNEY c gp^LDING, No. 48 Cedar atreet, Naw York. CAUTION. IX.4 to uim:Le befor* purobfiawg, and Mttet ha nil name. lETSPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE JJX "olta" Kvfisr * ' PUBLIC ADVERTISEMENT. * pUBLIO NOTJCE. DViXTXIHT O? m lMTniOt.( Vuliiutn. Ik. 2R i?r. C Public notion ia hereby given that bonds aiod oonpona annexed, of the description hereinafter eet forth, have lately been feionloaely abetraoted from the oaatody of the Interior Department, the eame being the property of the United Mates aad held m treat for narfia tadian tnbee. Notioe hae *! ? been given to the proper oftoera of the reepective States to Mop the payment thereof; aad all persona are warned against pa rotating or reoeteing any ot aatd bonde and oonpona, aa the olaim of the United State* thereto will be proeeeated to the utmost extent Each bond being for the asm of one thoaaand dollars, vis : ?u ** ?ent, Mieeonri Coupon Bond*, iseaed m ? Jane and Angnat, 1*37. State of Mieefoari, St. Loaia and Iron Movntalo R R. State Bofida. Bond No. JO27 Bond No. 1823 1878 igJ7 1998 1822 1997 1821 1998 1820 2008 1819 2007 1818 1993 1809 a 1994 1817 1995 1818 1891 1815 1990 1814 1802 1813 1991 1812 2008 1810 2002 1811 1991 1808 2006 2031 2006 2033 2004 2034 *>01 3036 1999 2036 2000 303} 2009 1828 1877 1838 1878 1829 1879 1830 1880 1831 1881 1832 1882 1848 1883 18?fl 1884 1870 1886 1871 1888 1873 1887 1873 1888 1874 1889 1875 1890 2030 2045 3029 2048 2018 204? 2017 2047 2018 2044 2015 2043 2014 2040 2013 3041 2043 2043 2010 3039 3011 2038 1835 99 bonds , 1824 ' yi? i/? BUM uv, ivfviirueku nvaw Mh Bond No. 1863 Bond No. 1626 1851 1627 1851 10? I860 1629 1849 1859 1848 1865 1847 1863 1846 1863 1844 1RA0 1844 1861 1831 1866 1836 1868 1833 1866 1834 1864 1816 1811 1837 1813 1838 1814 1839 1826 1649 1826 1640 1817 1636 1818 1612 1829 1611 1830 1614 1831 101ft 1041 1M? 1643 161T 1643 1618 1644 1619 1645 1620 1646 1621 1647 1611 1648 1864 1637 1634 1638 1631 1840 163J 1843 163d 1843 1633 1650 1857 1816 1636 1817 1630 1818 1639 1819 1841 1830 1633 1831 1634 1635 90 boAda no*!,?These Nonas are dated January, 1857, arable at Bank of Commeroe, New York, to November, 1086?Interest payable in January aod JbIj of eaoh rear. I I State of Miuotri six eer oent. Coupon North Hlr ronri K.R. State bonds. Bond No-^2952 Bond No. 1439 2940 1638 2939 1641 2941 1642 2942 1643 2946 1644 2946 1646 2944 1646 2943 1647 2947 1M8 2948 1649 2949 1640 2950 1650 2937 2923 2988 3923 1653 3934 1654 3936 1655 MAI IMS 2853 1666 1857 3921 1706 MM im 3513 1707 Ml* 3451 3514 MM 1515 MM 1616 M66 1911 1456 S16 1457 U M56 Hit 1450 3914 1460 1916 1461 Mi MO MIT M63 1918 1464 1919 M66 1900 M66 1954 1467 1955 1551 SO twxvii ggganaHSB Miwouri jgjP?1' S?U|S!uBSr<dIi.TU: "ort* Bond No. 1773 Bond No. 2763 2784 2787 2786 2739 2781 2717 2782 2734 2779 2721 2783 2719 ^11 ? *?? 4111 ZiOO 2712 27X2 2710 2720 2725 2719 2777 2727 2776 2724 1755 17J1 2768 2766 . 2769 2729 | 2776 2718 2771 2716 I 2785 2714 3778 37*4 0 3773 3738 J 3774 3738 0 3H4 3733 * 3S 5i 3787 M btadi U--? i ... - - ? . i TTl """I .iwtKi iw E*roa m. 5359 Mil 5 346 tlK 6344 bVA bU3 UM 6343 6356 5341 53M 5340 5353 5339 5361 5338 5250 5337 6240 5335 5347 5334 6146 5333 6195 5333 5196 5331 5000 6300 4?m 5199 4997 6196 4690 6197 4998 5310 4869 5236 4888 KXnr 1M 6306 625T 6309 ? 6161 >1 bond* 6306 r??t p?r*6U la JitMkry %mi JmlS mmIi yA*. Bonds of North OuoAm-Ompm m pot o#st> North CaroiiM u pm Math Bond Nt. 36 Bond No. 303 33 j?l 33 SOO 13 ?T 8 2S6 T 334 340 303 348 106 347 104 346 30 343 1? 343 B 341 IT 340 16 ** W MB g *37 11 *30 10 *? lot 328 101 *29 100 330 99 331 103 332 6 333 28 334 22 227 16 ** 21 317 98 318 97 31? . 9? 20A OS. 239 94 238 M 237 00 230 303 71 bond! North Carolina 6 por oente. Coi^oi Bonds. Bond No. 833 Bond No. 736 832 730 831 T58 830 769 829 . 700 834 701 836 762 830 703 837 704 838 799 871 791 872 792 873 793 8TJ nu 875 795 8T? 798 211 797 798 879 799 S 800 Ml 846 802 84T 80S 848 804 849 805 850 806 fi&l MB 861 SIT 858 811 8fe sis 866 818 864 814 867 815 868 81? 800 817 881 818 8<J1 819 888 830 884 811 885 832 800 823 807 824 808 826 809 810 WO 827 OOft oqj m 881 839 884 840 886 841 751 844 711 &46 711 714 104 boodi kble Ld Juua ud July. North 0*roUn? six ft ooot. Oo??or bowU. Bond Ho.*699 Bond No. 403 600 404 605 40# 604 406 606 407 606 SJ1 607 408 600 610 418 611 11 481 618 438 618 488 600 484 614 486 6J1 488 613 467 614 i?8 616 480 616 m S638 688 641 640 6U 641 64* MI #15 Ml 6U M* 646 Ml Mf MS 648 Ml Ml S 64# SI Mi MB Ml UT MS US 16 &? 617 M6 618 ?1S 1 M? III 466 AM 467 til 4M M <70 Ml 60S Mr 439 MB 446 Mo 441 MS 4M 471 4S1 471 tO 471 ' 4M 474 417 471 437 47V 4S9 477 414 478 4H 479 4H 480 411 611 Ml ill 644 ? ' 481 119 bonds 4m ^Uu *o. fl load Bo. U1 j U ltt | u m . 44 W,. |i M |M M 1M Bond Ho. 9T Bood Ho 161 9* 1M 99 1M 1M 1? im m 1M ltl 4 ih m m i* iZ '? ? 171 w 180 iS 1J* I* I 1J7 _ K 'ts&nei ?WSa.?KSft Bond No. 1183 Bond No. 1191 1184 1193 1185 1194 1186 1196 1187 1196 1188 1197 1189 LI90 15 bond* 1191 TwM??M M P >r omC Cotroa BomU. of m\ jm mot, of lotpoi lwa. p?r?bi? 1MB UN?* York oity, of thclo. oiriaf ftnhtrt, ao<T4*4*1 JMt M7. MM' Bond No. 217 Bond No. 41* 178 419 2M 478 SWT 477 40V 491 413 4W 414 T3? adofti' KMwnrtnt cimbniin?d Jnaatrr.lM* Bond No 828 Bond Mo. 1778 82V ISM 830 AJhdo< t> rfoiiovlnf Bimlmiara*d JtaaaryOM* Bon 1 No. 1744 Bend No. SK6 Slip S891 2133 3892 3561 3066 2806 3111 Amil oftfcafoUovtag Bimbmlitatd Jfccn& food Wo. 3149 Bond No. 4207 3464 4106 3465 4209 3466 4219 3467 4211 3469 4212 3470 4213 3471 4214 34T2 4431 3756 4527 3MH 4629 3041 4659 3942 4*56 3943 4566 9944 4569 3945 4570 3946 4571 39?5 4749 4199 4751 4200 4661 And of the following euatbers tMuwi JaaoArT. I89T: Bond No 5056 Bond No. 6419 6195 5421 5326 54* I 5359 5427 5360 6430 5361 5434 5362 5436 ?N?J M57 63M USB 6666 MS? MM MM M41 *3M Mil *?? MM 6376 HU 1 6371 1445 6*71 6461 6?T* 6618 6S74 6619 ? r WTt 6 ill MTT 161] MTB ftTM M7V (764 6S8? 6706 M81 tTM M?4 *707 ?3$? 67*8 M87 6709 53*p 6710 *389 W11 ?3?0 571J K?1 6T18 MM 67W W9S J>k39 Ml* 58?(l Ml 7 *641 *418 Orrici or rai Simiuti of thb Imuioi, Itooemtwr 36, lMn. IS-dt/ J. 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