Newspaper of Evening Star, March 22, 1861, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated March 22, 1861 Page 4
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THE EVENING STAR. SPRING. IPromthe Dublin University Mnanne ] A flush of itwh is on the bought. A warm breath pant-th in tne a?r. And in th*?arth a hrart-pnlse there Throbs nnderneath her breast cf jdowi : Life i* ast'r emorg 'he woods, AcJ by the moor, and b* the stream, The Tear, a* from a U.rpid dream. Wake* ic th* ?iiu<hineoii the bud* , Wakes nf in ma?io m the socg Of wood bjrd wi d. and loos^a'd rill .Vorr requeni iruni ine wmuy nut Comes greening forest aisles a^ong. WHei op ia bwut? a* the sheen Of woodland poo the eleams receive. Through bright flowers.overbraided leaves. Of broken suulights, golden-green. 8he sees the oct.aw'd ?inter stay while, to gather after him Snow robee, frAst eryatal'd diadem. And then in soft showers pasa away. Sha oould not love*ongh winter weli. Yet cannot choose but moarn him now; So wears awhile on her young brow Ria gift?a gleaming ioiole. Th?n turns her, loving, to the sun. Upheaves her boaom'a aweil to hia. Ana. in thejov of hia first kiss. -Forget for aye that sterner one: Old winder's pledge from her he reaves? Tnat ioe oold, though glittering spar And r .nee h?r with a green oym%r, And girdles ronnd her brow withjaava; The primrose and wood-violet Hatioflei m her ihin<ni ) air. Anl t??chea elfin breezes fair To tins her icm? aweet cai.z met. II promising 1od? summer hour*, When the in hit ernbrao ahall lie. Under thehroad <!om? of brirht sky. On moM; couches atarr'd with flowers. Till she smiles hack arain to him The beautr beaming from hit face, And.rubed tn luht. glows with the graoe Of U4cn pa ace J cherubim. O eirtk, thy slowing 'oTelin?ss Aiound i?nr ve>y h -artj has tftrown An undinriDi d iojanro aU its owt. And tunu'l u?o'ar with hippiness. flJ~ A youn^ farmer fn>ni Renaaelrar Countv, who went to Albany with bis horae and buggy, 8 short time line** to k#p .1 in whmn hn f*lt an interest.had some Interesting experience before he got back home. Flaring tied bis horse a short distance from the residence of his Dulcinea. he was astonished, on returning for it, some hours afterwards, to find It gone. He at once telegraphed a description of It and the vehicle to Troy and other towns near, hi order to arrest the thief, whom he supposed had taken It, and then, In accordance with the suggestion of a friend, went to the sUtiou-h^usts to Inquire for his property. To his great joy be found horse and wagon safe at one of tbem. whither it bad been taken by * policeman at the suggestion of the lady before whose door it was tied! and at once started for home. But at Troy he was promptly arrested on suspicion of being a horse thief, and bad to submit to detention until he could get some friends from tbe country to come andestabl'sh his identity He Intends to bring a suit for false imprisonmont against the husband of the lady who seat the horM to the station bouse A Ghost stxiprkd or his Tksrobs ? A ghost rushed upon a party of both sexes, one night recently, near the La Fayette. La , cemetery, frightening thein Into a rapid flight. ' le strong armed ?nd strong minded feminfue t -od her ground and gave the ghost such a taste c L?r quality that be begged for quarters, and o>vred to the cheat, arid she carried tiim t-uck, a captive of her fl*ts and nails. In answer to the tagi-r inquiries urged upon her she a^id . " Poh!?can't fool ine. 1 can teli a man, no matter wbat he 1ms on, I'll bet ." There is a youn" lady In Boston so rttliied In language that she never uses the word " blackguard.'* but substitutes "African sentinel." ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS W Iff i D Fva? UA1?PT * r< ? uii %i/o i]v/ x fiLi j u r neky 1* rie*, Pa; J Dayton. NY; W Prire. NJ; J P Verree. J Rice, Pa; W H Beebe. S V7* ' ng, NY; E Cose, Pa; W H Vanelrion, NJ Regnej. J K Hera and lady, J B Hyde. NY, Mison, France; Dr E R Synlbb, E Lentz. O ,\? L \Vacfiour,NY; D C Enos and daughter. ?a; U. C H Sedgwich, NY; J Keraea, Pa: Mra Bayatrl Del; J Dunning. Aid; M H fcinnell. W Leaburr, NY; S Andrewa. NJ. J Rboad = . Pi; F d* Regni; N H'Davlla, NY, J >V Moray, RI; Mra E Ltw. Ky; H Snowden and lady, Mfaa S Snowden. Vd; H D Maxwell, W H Armatron?. Pa; G AChapluand ladv,Masa; H fcngeiman, M?; J S Gulich, 1TSN; tV 8 Apnletan U> Hioii M . t? n %?- ??? ' ?.... mi uiiiCii) .fir rarinagc, A W Culson. C W Tywall. O; C F de Vlraldi. Kansas; J K Herring, II Seblisnnger, NY; J W Brlngburst, C F Deal, M McMicbael, Pa; J 11 Ladllce, N Y; 9 B Buckner. Ky; W Pyle, Del; T f* Cooper. Pa; Mr and Mr* Matthew*on, Rl; A W Hall. Ga; B L) Harris, II J Hrook*, R Gallagher. Pa: T E Baugb, Mia* iiaugb. Cal; Hon A Reder, ^ Sinltti, Pa; Hon J VV Miller, pi J; Capt Whiting, NY; Maj Jones, Miss. NATIONAL HOTEL?G Butter. J Fry, Ca'; W McGutftfe. J A Reynold*, J Grant, T A (wood, ?; Lever. J Fitch. ? Downer, A Downer, W Little, E Converse, G Grav, Mrs Walter and daughter. NY; Bon J Farnswo'th, 111; S Berry, I Tyler J Inloe, D Bruce, J Ford. T Mules. \V Morgan, J Mitchell. \\ IVan IT-?? ' __ vxtwin, i CUlUiC, iUUj J Wyckofl. H Cochrane, Va; W Ellison, C Kauff man, J Kaufluinn, G Spinney, C Newton and ly, T Davisou, R Daniels, Pa. Il Thayer, ii Osgood J Dox, E Wright, Man; 1) King, O; G F iiratt. Mln; Judge Bailey, Kin, \V Bisbop, Me; R liuwfo, Ky, M Chipiu, C?; .Mr* L Brown and fani. Ten, VHeard, NH. BROWN':* HOTEL.?f* Johnson J Grayson. R T Seal, B M Morris, B Hausbrough, Va; *E M Warren, R Johnson, Miss A Bi-rry and cbiid. J 3 Dickinson. J 9 NootUn, E W Noonan. Md; C B Brent, Mex H M Apple^ate, W sj Harris, A Bell. T dtouestreet, Miss Howard. Dr C ? Kaufman, O; W W McNair, J F Me N air, XC; G D Smith. U Owlngs, T Brown, J M Cooper, Pa; S Alley, J B Cliley, Me: W R Cobb, J M Perry, Ala; W H <>aine*t Ark; L C Nomll, H S*irnders. T?*un; E W Coneus*, J J Pathhburc, T Elmon, NY. KIRK WOOD HOUSE.?O Brennan, R Murry? NV; J T McLean, Cal; J R Browu. M>nu; C Juidon, D Wiles, N Nash, J Gowan, Va; Dr J Hatlou, ?; W L Morris and ly. Mass; S Bucherdrong and fani, Me; G Lester, O; S Whiteford. Md; J Krickbour. L Brshcp. Pa; W Caulfit-ld, hid, O Grav. J J Graw. Rv: Hon i iv.i? rw. t o-j m ?? i/Ci, A AUU* n#y,'NH;F PCttiia, Wis. WASHINGTON HOUSE ?L Andaevs, Hon G Csiupbeil. J Manley, Hon K Fenton, t Meed, .M?; W Snelling. Mass; H Palmer. Ia; J Strong sad ljr, DC; S Alley, O Matiison,NY; M La! h lan FIW. OCEAN S TEAMER8' SAILING DAYS Vmm* n?i?? c? ? ..a vanaVOIlTll. H'tam *ri. L*art. For. Dayt. Bohemian. PorUacu Liverpool. .M on 23 E'jik. New York . .Liverpool... Mch J5 John Btll..?...Ne* York ...'iiutow Mon26 Arat>:a.___ .....Boston Liverpool...Mo- 27 * '?fu. Now York? .Havre Men 3" Vigo...... - .N ew Y ork... Li ver eooi... Mch ?i b??ar:? .Sew \ork soutirpton . Api S Canada. _ Boston... _Liverpool Ap! 3 Atne-% Ycrk... Liverpool.... A pi 10 .New York N?<r York... Bremen. Ap) 13 Karopa ... New York.. .Liverpool... Apt 17 Bat.e. ?... >.....Ncw York ..Havre A pi 20 r"er?ia Now York .. Liverpool Api 34 Prince Albert... .New York ..Gvaay?_ Apt 27 FfcOH Europe Tent'-nia SouLh*?i?.n v v?u " * r??.. new 4 A: -wu . ? SutlTptou...Jiew Yorx.-Moh 6 igu Liverpool New York .yiotx 6 AnM.n p*mu Liverpcci... Horti&fid Mch 7 C% i?'. ^.Liverpool....Boston. Alch 9 Africa Liverpool N<?w York...Moh 1*> fioraMia ..Soatfc,pton...New York...Moh It Uni'd K>ogdota..Ul&s<?w New York ?*?oh IS New York Soum'plun. ..New York .-Moli2? Ea:s;?.. Liverpool Boston Mob 23 fu;toi .8ouUrptoa._New York ...Apt 3 Bsrtr.t ?3outh,pton...New York? Apl ? H'emei; ?Sou?h'pton... New York... Ap 17 Baiemoma......~9outh'pUm . ..New York? ..Apt 18 PURE OLO RYE WHISKY.?On hand esver* braadt ef F'ire Old Kyo Whl>kv, Uop^sr !>? tilled. M?*je Ky trie .-not* reliable distillers in Petio ylvaaia, Mirrland v.d Virginia, war'ant?d pare. A wo, 1'?purled Brauiiee, iiecnseej, Otard. Dupar #<) ., Juiee Robius, 4.0. Also. Peacii and Apple pure Hol.aad Gin, old Jamaica an.lSt CroLt IP in,. a.ii Wise* of ererr variety, ail of ??adarii brands. A o'ioioc lotot Cigars and Tu bicoo. YOU.V& k. KKPHAIii'toAifbti. M U-lv 9*^ P* Ww. 9th *r<t fetEi irt?. W traveling trunks. V. Hare juet received the largest assortment and D?<w offer tbe most extensive vmriety*wrxs to t.'us eiti. which w? ? ?-? ? . w UK M T?r T IOW rr.oM. ' ^iaLL, STEPHENS A CO , w 85 tf P? w?nn? 8,000 I.uH.'too R ot the very best jjnahtT, Al?o, PENNSYLVANIA BUCKWHEAT. CALVERT ti HONEY. KINO A BURCHELL. tf> 98 OorcT V?mont ?v. and Fifteenth at. K^ON'T BE DECE1V-D, BIT COME TO f the runt ?.?o* to *el jour CLOTHING, ATA a d CAP?, At 8M1TH b, No. 4KO Seventh rt 6w AEGE INVOICES OF NEW Mt'hlC Juat received from Rsimi A Tolman, Uufct/ n. link Bro -Ci?*?" n-i? ?- - - ... ?i um a. out. .? ? lurk. Now op?ii for inip?Uua. Wpv?.,g?a.'^hs^ EvHfffl?U?e&MSI i&S'.Sraft tonid OOM to SMITH'S, No. ???? Seventh ?t j *w I^'AMILV MIJLNKKTS AND OOMKOKle We Mvf ?titi cn baud a e-ocxl aaaortmeut of tb? at v- Alao, HoaaekMyiar ttoods of evmry '?i . *! of whjoh w a/Btalliaf at ?oat for **hXl TAYLOR 4 HUTCHISON. ? TRAVELERS' D1BB0T0BY. BALTlMWASktN0%0^%AN^?AD' CHANGK OF HOURS. On and aSUr SUNDAY, Norember 25th, 1800,th? trains will run u follows: LEAVE WASHINGTON: First train &t 6.30 a. in. fiaoond Train at 7.40 a m. Third train at 3.10 p. m? Express. Fourth train at 6 p m. LEAVE BALTIMORE: First train at 4.15 a. m? Express. Second train at 8.36 a. m. Third at S.W d. m. Fourth at *.20 p. m., Express. The first, seoond and third trains from Washington corPieot throught o Philadelphia and New The seoocd and third oouaeot at Was Kington iu notion with trains for th? West, South, And fortawest; also, at Annapolis Junotion, for An napolis. For Norfolk take the * 40 a. m. traio. 1-or the aooommodatioa of the war travel between Washington and Laurel, a passenger oar will be attached to the tonnage train which leaves at II a m. Ou Saturday the 3.10 p. m. train goes to Philadelphia only. no ?-d T. H. PARSONS, Agent DENTISTRY. w na t /\ntr r? /a / \ r* a T\ s Ik n n> w t n f? nn t.? *ns. i.utIV? UAnnriLL Ann runL/pw?d to insert TtLTHoii "lTrn 'I _ ^ 1TK BASF, a new ana improved mode.mJBiiS When made on thie plan they are oom 1' " fortable to wear and moon cheaper than any other. Also, Te-th inserted on Gold Plate, and all Dental Operations of any kind that may be desired Office Room No. 5. ia the Washington Building, oor* per Pa av. and Seventh st. ja 10 3m* M TEETH. LOOM IS, M. D., the inventor and patentee ofthe MINERAL PLATE TEETH, at->?c* tends personally at his offcoe in this oity.nwHE^? Many persons can wear these teeth who***'7n oannot wear others, and no person can wear others who oannot wear these. Persons calling at my office can tie accommodated with any style and prioeof Teeth tn?y may desire; hilt <41 fimio who n.rA r?nrtiY>n!*.r nn<i vich tha nnmat oleanest, strongest, and most perfeot <Tentnre that art can produae, the MINERAL PLATE will be morefurly w*rracted. Rooms in thia city?No. 338 Pa.arenue,between 9th and ICth aU. Alao, 907 Arch atreet, Philadel phia. oo 15-tf EDUCATIONAL. T FEMALE EDUCATION. HOSE Parent* who wiah their daughtera to raoeiye a thorough and syatematio education, where theirphyaioaltraining wi!l receive dailr anaipeoi&i attention, under the lyoat approved ay stain of Culi sthemoa and GymnaaUca, are reapeotfiiily invited to visit the Union Female Academy, corner Fourtee nth at. and New York ay. MR. * MRS. Z. RICHARD*. an SB-'ii Prinoipala. I7EMALE BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL r ALEXANDRIA, VA. Mra. 8. J. MoCORMJCK. Pkincipal. The thirteenth annual aeaaion of tnia Institution Will nftnimflrftA nn Tnoailtc QonfamKar io?k ?. ? * i^v|f?vuujvi iu?nt iu viav house recently occupied by Sylvester Scott, Em., No. 160 King street. The oourse of study pursued -will oompriseall the feranohes requisite to & thorough English Education, and Musio, French, Latin and Drawing, il desired. la addition to day scholars. Mrs. MoCormiok is prepared to reoeive a limited number of pupils as boarders, who. constituting a part of her own family. will be under her immediate oare and supervision. Sho will endeavor, as far as possible, to sur round them with the comforts and kindly influences of Home. KtferencRev. Geo. H. Norton, Rev. Dr. Elias Harrison, Rev. D. F. Sprigg, William H. Fowle, Esq., Edgar Snowden, Esq., Edmund F. Witmer Esq., Heury Marbury, Esq., Lewis McKenzie Esq., Robert H.Hunton, Kh?, . W. D. Wailaoh Editor EvemneStar, Benjamin Waters, Esq., J as Entwisie, Jr., Esq ,Col. John W.Minor, Loudoun Messrs. Blackuxrk & Marshall, Messrs. Cor Brothers. Tiam9i RfArd W'^h Tn ltinn in SB fl ?ka V K D ~ U , ?. ? m. HIVIVM 1M Oil Iliv uu^liail f I OliUIIDB, S >' for the annual aeaaion?payable aemi-annually, in advance. Mubio and Languages at Profeaaora' prioea. I!7" No extra chargea. au 28-tf GAS~FITTING, &c. Awm. t. dove t co. RE Nov prepared to execute any ordera witt Whieh the* may b? favoTed in the PLUMlJiN6, OAS OR 8TEAM fitting BUSINESS. fiy Store on ?th atreet, a few rtoora north of Pa, avsnne, where may he found a oomnjete assortment feg;If tvte1ttA a%?-,r W GAS FIXTURES. E Have in atore, and are ilat.y receiving, OAS I FIXTURES o(entirely New Patternaand Deaicna and Finiah. sucerior in atTle to ?.r??h;n* offered in this market. \V e inviteoitizena general i it to call and examine onr atook of Gaa ana Water Fixtures, feeling confident that we have the boat elected atook in Waahington. All Work in the above line intrnated to oar oar* will be promptly attended to. MYERS & MoGHAN. mar 8-tf 3Tft D atreqt. 1 SNYDER, PI.UMBER AND OAS FITTER, Haa removed to the corner of Twelfth and F at*. Heia prepared to introdboe Water and Gaa upon the mart favorable terraa, and guarantiee enure aattafaction Hohaa on hand a lot of COOKING and other STOVES, which h* will aeli leaa than ooat, aa he wiahos to get rid of thom. no 17 OFFICE OF INSPECTOR AND SEALER OF OAS METERS, Wa?HiN?TOHj JDIT 18,1360. NOTICE IS HERESY GIVEN. That, acre* aa:y 10 im rovinona of the oidmanoe of theTJorparation approved May 12.1&6P. the undersigned ia now prepared, "whenever required in writing, and on pre payment of the fo* of fifty oenta, to inepeot. exam int. test, prove, and ascertain the accaraoy of registration n any gas meter m use in thia ouy." Every ni?ter, ;f found inoorroot,wlil be oocdenuied, and another, ?ealed and marked a* true, will be pet :n i>? piaoe. If proved to be accurate in ita meaauri-nieiit of tan, it will be sealed accordingly, ac i again ou: in position (or uao. Office No. ftlO (seventh atroet,(near Odd Fel.owa' Hall ) Open from 8 a. m., to 5 ?. m. CHARLES W. CUNNINGHAM, jy 13 if Inapeotor and Sealer of Gaa Meters. /Ov NOTICE. /Q\ JLW JL REMOVAL. JL \ V O 1 have removed in* 9 6 PAWN OFFICE to 331 C atreet, octween 1H and 6tli streets, immediatejr ID th? r?lr nf ?lia "Q??ir,n?! u~?-i ?-1 m __ . ___ *ww inaviuiiiM ??voii wuvro the kMMH w?U be oontinued u heretofore at the old utMiil. (nol5-6m] IS\AC HKRZHF.RG. VVORTH OF BO?>TS?8HOES A.HB TRUNKS, Of all Sty Us and Qualities, AT A 6&ZAT SACRIFICE OH COST. Stars for Rent and Fixtures for Salt. All the Stock m S. pT~HOOVER'S STORE, *wrs*iron Hall,emDra?ing every vtriottB^ta Brtffllof I.atiies'. Genu', Children's mdH] ""Servants' SHOES Also.TRAVill ELING TRUNKS are now being eold,/or* ciskM great sacrifices onosua: retail sellinglpnoe*, indeed much below original oost. The attention of the public is solioited, as great indooements will be mads to purchasers. The above oomprises a large stoek of the fineat Iuaiity FrenohaLd Airier can Gaiters.Shoes,Boots, c., 4:0., for ladies and gentlemenTne Store ? for rent and the Fixture* for sale. Apply on the premises, Iron Hall. V. B.?The above stook, either in whole or in part, will be sold at private sale. To any one desirous of entering tb.o Boot, Shoe and Trunk Business this affords a better opportunity than may again be preseutod. Persons indebted will oonfer a favor by prompUy calling and settlinc their aooounts. Ja 7-tf T PROCLAMATION O THE CITIZENS OF WASHINGTON, GEORGETOWN,**, Wktrmt CHOLERA "" """" DIARRHEA, DH0L10, DYSENTERY, DYSPEPSIA, DEBILITY, Ao, Ao., prevail^) anjilanning extent: FIRS^T CO'N&K^Ij^NCH to every family to kn^,o? n nr.ntUV u? W:SKptrtbK"',m'ow Pajus, "'""^MIRACULOUS PAIN KILLER REMEDY 'Volt Tft?AtifrJ'I'8? jjMlAINTB I'o^'oygkW that no imposition is intended in the sale of this THE MONEY^ILl^ BE*kEFU>NDED tn all cant when the medicine fails to give entire satisfaotio Art. then at?nr Dr?^tore for MIRACULOUS PAi?fKILLER. take as directed, aud if not perfectly Mtufted Return to our Ajeut, D. B.CLARK, ESQ., 4X Btreet and Penn??lw?n'? * ?? who will refabd yomFinoneyT"'* Frio*? 8* ud 60 Cent* per Bottle. For Ml* at all Drug Store* everywhere. jab. McDonnell, General Agent, )yll-eotr Baltimore. 275 ALLEN JACKSON, PLASTEHKRB, Pinii. Armi, HMvmu l<*h ?nd 11th urMtt l? It rfiHK 6N1,\ GOOD KOllfltAjf 6VPRfiS 1 IDF.!?Jt LINCOLN ever jMt>li?he>l. Jntt out * <t rer.t by nail free on ??o?>?t of tf oente. Ti- ? A? * - - 1* mm WM( MM OIBk* of lw?,i'r snpp'itd At !oV I pr.o?bf i ro?? FRENCH 4 RICH8TL1N. 1 wotfc A. VT CURE NervousHeadache ju Headache. By the use of these Pills the penodio attacks ot Ntrvouf or Sick HtadocK* may be prevented; and if taken at the oommenoeinent o( an attaok immediate relief.from pain and siokness will be obtained. They seldom fafl in removing the Natuta and Htadacht to whioh females are so rabjeot. They aot gently upon the bowels,?removing Cottivmut. For Literary Mm, Stu4tm*t, Delioate Females, and all persona of tedmtary habitt, they are valuable as a Laxative, improving the arpttitt, giving ton* and vigor 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 oarefnlly oonduoted experiments, having been in use many years, during whioh time they have prevented and relieved a vast amonnt of M.in A. mi n m frnm II a* /4 a a Via , r ? . ? > r* CVIH MM?UWVliV| W HVMIV1 VIl?i nating in the Her? ou* ayatem or from a deranged state of the ttomcuk. They are entirely vegetable m their oomposttion, and may be taken at ail time* with perfeot safety without making any change of diet, and tko aft ttnee of any disagreeable taste renders it taty to administer tktm to children. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! The genuine have five signatures of Henry C. Spalding on each Box. Sold by Druggist* and all other Dealers in Medicine*. A Box will be sent by mail prepaid on reoeipto the PRICE, 9* CENTS. All ordera shoald be addressed to HENRY C. SPALDING, Cidar Struct, Niw York. THE FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENTS OF SPALDING'S CEPHALIC PILLS, WILL CONVINCE ALL WHO SUFFER FROM HEADACHE THAT A SPEEDY AND SURE CURE IS WITHIN THEIR REACH. As these. Testimonials were unsolicited btf Mr. Spalding, theu afford, unquestionable proof of the efficacy of this truly scientific discovery. Masonvillk, Chnn., Feb. 5,1861. M*. SpaLT>i*g?Sir : I have triad your Cephalio Pills, an<l I like tk'm 40 well that I want yon to end me tiro dollar* worth more. Fart of theae are for the neighbors, to whom I cave a few out of the firat box I f ot from you. Send the Pilla by mail, and obhee Your ob't aorvant,JAMES KENNEDY. Havkefobd, Pa.. Feb. 6,1861. Me. Spaldiim?Sir: I wiah tou to send me one more box of roar Cephalio Pilla, I have received a great deal tj benefit from tkem. Youra reapeotfully. MARY ANN STOIKHOUSE. SPRCCX CRKKX, HUHTIN0TOH Co., Pa.,f January 18.1861. \ H. C. Spalding?Sir: You will please aend me two boxea of your Cephalio Pilla. Send them immediately. RospeotftiUy yqurs, JNO. B. 8IMONS. P 9 ?/ Aor? *<ed one box of your Pills, and find them excellent. Bills Vkrso*. OHio, Jan. 15,1861. Hsnst C Spaldjno. Krq.: Pleaae find inoloeed twenty-five oenla, for whiob aend me another box of four Cephalic Pilla. They are tntlv the best Pill* I have evor tried. Direct A. STOV ER, P. M., Belle Vernon, Wyandot oo., O. Bkvkrlt, Maaa., Deo. 11, i860. II. C. Spai.ping. K?qI wiah for aome circulars or !Ante ahow Mlla. to brint your Cephalio Pilla more particularly before nit customers. If yon ha-ve anvthinic of the kind, pleaae a?nd to me. One of my ou?tomer?. who ia auhjeat to aeveTe Hiok Headache. (nsuallT laatine twodMi.i w?n rnred of an attack m one Aour by'your Pills, whioh 1 sent her Respectfully youre, W. IJ. WILKES. Rbymoldsburo, Franklin Co., Ohio.i January 9,1861. \ . Ilmi r. t*rAi,rt*o, No. 48 C<?dar *treet, New York?Dear Sir: Inclosed fiud twenty-five cents, (25.) lor vrhieh ssr.d bo* of ' Cepbauo Pills." f?end to address ot Kev. Wm. C. Flifer, KeynoldsbQ-c, F>ank!ii: count*. Ohio Ytntr fills teork libs a charm?curt Htadackt nlmr.ft tnstan'.rr. Truly yours, WM. C. FILLER, Ypmlautt, Mloh., Jan. 14,1861. Ma. Fpaldino? Sir: Notions eiooe I sent to you for a box >{ CephaJic Pills for the cure of the Nervous Heviache and Costiveness, and received the eam?. and tkey had >o good an effect tkat 11eat u?dvcfd to send for more. Please send by return mail. Direct to A. R. WHKEfiER. YpsilanU, Mioh. From the Examiner, Norfolk, Va. Cephalio PilU aooomPheh th?> object for whioh they were made, viz: Care of headache Id all its forme. From the Examiner, Norfolk, Fa. They have beeu tatted in more than a thousand o&eee, with entire suoee?e. From the Democrat, St. Cloud, Minn. If you are, or havf been troubled with the headaohe. send for a box, <Ce phaMo f lilt,) eo that yon may have them in case of au.attack. From the Advertiser, Providence, R. I. The Cephalio Pi!l? are en id to be a remarkably effective remedy for the headache, and nn*nftK? very Mat Tor that very /ro^uec* complaint which hu ever been discovered. From tie Western R. R. Oaeetu. Ch'rato, III. We heartily endorse Mr. Spaldinf, and his unrivalled Cephalio Pills. P'owi the Kanawha Valley Stir, Eannwha, Va, We are snre that persons suffering with the headache, who try them, wiil stick to tnem.

From the Southern Path Fiadtr, Nrt? Orleans, La. Try them ! tou that areaffiioted- and we are ure that your testimony oan be a4ded to the already nutnerouN list that hae received beuefita that do otaer medicine can produce. From the St. Louis Democrat. The immense demand for the artlole (Cephalio Pil!?) it rapidly increasing. # From the Gazette, Davenport, Iowa. nr. ppaiainc would uot oonneot his name irtth an article he did not know to poaieaa real merit. From the Advertiser, Provident*, R. I. The Uetimor* in their fbror is strong, from the moat reapeetabe quarter a. _______ Prom the Daily Newt, Newport, R, I, Cephaho Pills are taking the ylaoe of all kind*. From the Commercial Bulletin, Boston, Matt. Kaid to be very effioaoioua for the headaohe. From the Commercial, Cincinnati, Ohio, ?unona* numamtr can now be relieved. lET A eingle bottle of SPALDING'S] PREPARED GLUE will save ten time* it* oott annually. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! SAVE THE PIECES! ECONOMY! DISPATCH HT"'A Stitch is Tim* Saves Niwm."-/T| A? aooidepta will happen, even in well regalated families, it is very desirable to have some oheap and^oonvenient way for repairing Furniture, Toys Crockery, Jto. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE meets all snob emergencies, and ao household oa afford to be without it. It is alwaya ready, and to the atlokinc point " USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE." N. B.?A Brash accompanies eaoh BoUle. Prio 35 oenta. Address HENRY C. SPALDING, No. 48 Cedar street. New York. CAUTION. As certain unprincipled persons are attempting to I caetio^afl^Jer- I sons to examine before per oh being, and see that ?h# fui! name, C7~i?. ALDINe>8 PREPARED GLUE.?D UM^oitii4? wrapper; all others ye ewindhng 4 PUBIJO ADVERTISEMENT. pUBL JO N O T 1 C E. DlPASTlCfltT OT tk* lHTniot.1 Wmtkmttm, Dec.?, ia?. < Pablio D- itioe is hereby given that bond* aad ooupon* ai nexed, of the dee?ri?tk>a hereinafter Mt forth, k m.w? >?.!. C.1? from the 01 tstody of the Interior Department. the Mint being the property of tie United States Md held in treat Jor oertain Indian tribes. Notioe Ui also been givasn to the proper ofteers of the respective States to stop the payment thereof; and all persons are *waraed against pnrohasing or reoeiTing any of aid bonds and oonpons, as the olaim of the United fltates thereto will be prosecuted to the utmost extent. Baoh bond being for the ssm of one thousand dollar*, tu : Six per cent. Missouri Coupon Bonds, issued in Jane ud Aucuat, 1857. 1 State of Miaairuri.St. Lo?ia an* iron Mountain I R R. BUta Bonda. 1 Bond No. 3037 Bond No 18B 1876 18S7 1996 18tt 1097 48*1 1998 1620 2008 1819 3007 1818 1993 1809 1994 1817 1995 1R1A 1891 1815 1990 1814 l&H 1813 1*91 181) 3003 1810 2008 llll 1993 1808 2006 20X1 2006 3033 2004 3034 3001 2035 1999 3036 2000 2033 200V 1826 1877 1828 1878 1829 1879 1830 1880 1831 1881 1833 1883 1868 1883 1869 1884 1870 1885 1871 1886 1873 1887 1873 1888 1874 1889 1875 1890 3030 ?K\ A n aa^V 2048 2018 204? ; 2017 1047 2016 2044 3)15 2043 2014 2040 2013 2041 2W2 2042 2M0 2039 2011 OAOO *uoo ?? 1825 99 bonds 1814 , Not*.?Bonds No. **?, and below of this series. issued June. 1SS7, and bonds No. ?01. and above * ^ rHas fu nuv,\u tsssL iss 0OQ<ll? Bond No. 1863 Bond No. 1626 1851 1627 1861 1628 I860 1629 1849 1859 1848 1865 1847 186S 1846 1862 1846 1869 1844 1861 1832 1866 1836 1858 1833 1866 1834 1854 1836 1823 1837 1833 1838 1834 1839 1836 1*49 1836 1640 1837 1635 1838 1613 1829 1613 1830 1614 1831 1616 1641 1616 1643 1617 1643 1618 1644 1619 1645 1630 1646 1621 1647 1611 1648 lKAi uw * iwi 1634 1IW8 1631 1840 1632 1842 1 m 1843 1622 1660 186T 1816 1636 1817 1630 1818 1639 1819 1841 18J0 1623 1821 1624 1626 90 bond* NotTheee bond* are dated January, isn, arable at l&nk of Co miner oe, New Vork, in November, lttft?Intereit payable in January and Joly of eaoh year. Bt&tA of Missouri ilx mt out. Coupon North Ml?ronri R. R. rot* bonds. Bond No J 295 2 Bond No. 1039 2940 1638 2939 1641 2941 1642 2942 1643 2946 1644 2945 1615 2944 1646 2943 1647 2947 1648 2948 1649 2949 1W 2950 1650 2937 2922 2938 2923 1053 2924 1054 2936 4ACK ?- ? io?a 1652 29M 1656 1657 2931 1706 2468 1708 3513 1707 3613 3461 3614 U5S 3516 1464 3619 9466 3911 3466 391* 3467 3911 3468 391* 3469 3914 3460 ?! >461 J?l? 240] 2917 3463 1918 3464 3919 3466 3M0 3466 3954 3467 3955 1651 80 bo?<U Np^m.?The bond* numbered MM sad below. toned in J unary, 1*57; No. *10, and above Chat, |??uftd ic^Au^u?t, 18ffr, p?j?t>le at Ptoux Baak, MiMoari ijx^er oeo^ (jou^onBondjuti? North jsona no. 2773 Bond Ho. 2763 2784 2787 2786 2730 2781 2717 2782 . 2734 2779 2721 2783 271U 2711 2733 2712 2722 2710 2720 2725 2710 2777 2727 3776 2714 Ml W 4101 3768 1766 3769 3729 jn? 3718 3771 3715 I 3786 3714 3778 3764 v 3773 3738 I 3776 3736 C 3774 3733 * * 3780 3ni 3711 3787 Mfc?da WII ?aiii?v? H wmmmmmw MR tfmijtj Bood No. ?M6 Bond No. MM NH IM1 UU MM MM ?2M Mil 6254 5S41 *** 5141 6153 5140 5151 5159 5151 5?8 5150 5137 5140 MJ5 5147 H34 5148 f>U3 5195 5131 5190 5131 5000 5100 4999 5199 4997 5198 4*90 bin 4m . W10 4888 6236 4M MOT 4878 6308 ftttf 6309 ? 6262 61 brail MM | Bond* of North Carohno Co??ob tix p?r omL ? North Carolina u p*r ocata. Bond No. 35 Bo*4 IT?. 303 S3 301 3S. 300 23 29T 9 235 T 234 349 203 348 166 347 104 20 1 343 1? 342 18 341 17 340 16 j 338 1* 338 8 337 11 330 10 335 1Q2 328 101 A 329 100 330 99 331 103 332 ? 333 28 334 22 227 1A m ii 317 98 S18 97 318 96 29f> 95 339 94 338 63 337 M 336 303 73 bond* North Carolina 6 for OHk Condon Bond*. i Bond No. 833 Bond No. 734 83) 736 831 758 830 759 828 760 834 761 835 742 836 763 817 764 838 799 871 791 872 792 878 793 874 794 876 . 795 876 796 877 T97 878 798 879 799 880 8()0 m all 846 802 847 803 848 804 849 805 DM DM ??u?u 851 *n? 851 897 85J 811 844 SIS 8M 8J3 856 814 857 815 858 816 860 817 861 818 8?1 819 861 820 864 811 O 865 831 866 838 867 814 = 868 835 869 826 870 837 883 838 91 839 884 840 885 841 7S1 844 i 733 845 I 733 ? V 734 194 boeda .1 KGiwwswa I North (feraUaa tlx per oont. Ooajor boeda. Bond No.*699 Bond Ho. 493 ., ftOO 494 ta 605 49ft h 604 496 ft 604 497 f 606 611 J 607 498 ? 608 610 8 610 6U 611 4$1 1 611 481 618 483 609 484 *) 614 465 t 615 * 63S 487 634 488 635 489 1 636 499 ? 637 538 638 699 ao 641 640 W3 Ml 2 641 643 416 643 G 644 M9 ? 646 631 K 647 m n 644 U4 C 649 616 oS 669 ye J 691 617 MJ 6W 616 n _J SI " l! 61? 416 1( WMW tlT iS 414 i ?T 421 *T IS 444 ? 470 U4 " 001 Itf w 439 54. E 440 " ?? % I? Jg 47i J $ - ? S Si 15 !S ? ? 496 479 tl 421 480 wi 411 611 601 613 ,mi 644 ? a 491 119 boidi T 491 1 SNBSXBS&95* q Bond Ho. 41 Bond Ho. 141 J* m m l? 41 141 T 4 144 A M IM If, Boftt No ?r Bo?d No m S 1M M 1M m IM }S m is fit i 5 m 193 1* m W 1? 1M ITf lfT 180 19* 1? 199 !" ~ j? 44 Two bos* for 91/m MC k. diM Ajni. la*. Bond No. 9 Bond No 19 wafc,*ic;3fc?.?a8s-. Bond No. 1181 Bond Ko. 1191 11S4 lift 1185 1194 1186 119* 1187 Uft . 1188 1197 1189 H90 . 1191 " BuMrt,M< hXd i?n Bend No. 21T Bond No 41* 2TB 4l? 294 47H 297 47T 409 491 411 496 414 72S jdoftn ulK>viaf cMberaiMiod J?Dnaf Bond No 828 Bond No. 1T78 819 1,1 ISM 830 kodof ?h? fotiovua B?nt?ra im? 1 Jnouftry ,1MB Bon 1 No. 1744 Bond No. 2&W 2119 2891 213s 2SVJ 2681 30M L. mm mm #1*1 itki of tb* following DimbnlNiMl Jftauftf?, Lift. ?ood No. 3140 Bond No. 4307 3464 4308 3465 430V JU?5 4210 3467 4211 3460 4113 3470 4213 3471 4314 3471 4431 3756 4327 3804 4520 3041 4550 3042 455ft 3043 4546 3044 4560 3045 4570 3046 4671 3085 4740 4100 4751 4200 4881 1.. ^ M m iuu mr iwuuwini lumNriiMN J*nmry, 113* Bond No. bOM fcond No. 5419 5195 5411 6?2? MM 5359 5427 5340 5430 5341 5434 5341 5434 5343 MJ7 5344 MS* 5345 5439 5344 5440 5347 6441 5348 5442 5349 5453 6379 6444 6171 6445 5171 645) 6373 65IS 6374 6410 *375 6610 km MTT 6612 MT9 670* *371 ?7*4 *38* 5706 M81 ?7M W86 6T07 ?58? 6708 ?*3T 570* 6318 671# *38? 6ni M90 671J M?1 5711 5391 57W 6839 *41? 6840 *417 6841 *418 mn or tub rticiniii or tri Intskioe. D^ociibtr *, WW. % 12-d'f J. THOMPSON. 8??r?**r?. PRE EMAH Sr SIMPSON'S ?? tfSSfiK*.n SI8* Y- c?rm DIITILLSB r oooetnner* to *] oU??rWhT.kfaSrm5 '?rt?? fly reooaunaaaed by tiw M*t ph;uei4Di tad MWUgU MfWMMinc *11 the rMclr^meoU of % ' provedby iDfey^ *ad Pfreet water ia the Cute* ??irSi Y^jr^ffiSsRHb* ront ?tr?t. Philadelphia. ^NOTHEE FEi^H BLTPLY OF GOOD Ju?t reoeivnd by ?,.KSENCH * EICHFTKIN. I if* .r ?. ni*/tt-V,5rt ABHIK6TOH, t-ifein the Old W orifl, br Frednka ureiser; t U . l?m> eloU; Brie* #2 30 * " ^PoofTfrim. h? Cher lea Lever. m?r so oenta. tmiiB iiuKU UaO UJ CliTi6i l)JCk6DI, t RrAMrifM QnMtion , U^?o , OJoth ; prioa H gtK by muTiFee onraoeipt of pnoe. H?r; *! nnt ?t our itor* for euh. fa 1* w and Pik 1;DcTruJn. Onr trmnk^^^? laa room axiubjta aXthia tin* ti>? irwtwt vanaty IjTjM TtmIb repaired or tafcaa la ?uhMH "" WALL. 8TtyH^ 861 "'i.'"' 1861 Cmmmrm tks Tmr wuk a Diary. I valaablai Pookat Couuioi for regialerUM )?U. a) aaiaiaary of om*i mouI Mila yabia u>d raeemible. DoiTm viUioii omm at Ma iMnl littla aoavaclra Tha noat ooaplrta, a14**a4.??lr^bi*Mauif autyrar i CBOOL AMD OOLLJMti OUTFITT. vutkt' mmd Boy^Clotkxng for School mmd >? t?u tha aominf aaaaoa, ara inn tad to axajnia* oar MaBtJVie and ?xtenti*a aaaortmact 06 Y?' /QTHTNW, wbara ihej tu it cut tb^ir cli T*a til anaa ia a few noeiaata witfc exon daaenp offtaady-aada fearmeota, of rabataatiaJ and Swuaia151' QwerVww, Law tore, By O tt WnMI unaa. 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