Newspaper of Evening Star, March 25, 1861, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated March 25, 1861 Page 4
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THE EVENING STAR.| O^ln anticipation of the ad?pt'on and uae of locomoslTra on ciXBtnon r< ads, to the perfection ?f which cona.deraLitr attention La? been of late paid In England a bill haa been Introduced into Parliament for their regulation *lt enacta that the weight on each pair cf wheela la cot to exceed one ton and a half The uae of locomotives destructive to blehwaya or dangeroua to the public la to be prohibited by the Secretary of the tn nr?v?nt excessive wear and tear The weight of loo motives over county, parish, or luipenilon bridges It not to exceed 15 tons,and any damage it to be made good Tbe locomotives are to consume their own smoke. Two persona sre to drive and conduct every locomotive, and red lights are to be fixed conspicuously In front of locomotive and wagons one hour after sunset until one boar before sunrise. I he speed of locomotives on high roads is not to exceed ten miles an hour, and through towns, cities, or villages, five. No locomotive la to be used within the city of London more than 7 feet in width and with wheels 6 Inches wide A Startling Rumok ?Boston w?s.thrown into a state of intense excitement on Wednesday evening by tbe publication, nnder flaming headings, of the following "sensational" dispatch received at the Merchants Exchange, and dated New York, March 20: "Fort Sumter has been Abandoned and Blown Up'" The rumor, and tbe extras which conveyed it to he public, were seized upon with unexampled avidity, and the Anderson stork bounded rons'derably above They fell with the general gratiflcat on when the story was discovered to be a hoax. Lp-At Tucson. California, a ball is not ccnsider-d a ' success*' unites it terminates in a general ai La l ? l i a a i ? e _ l hjjiii ? iib Knives ana revolvers. a it*w wi*h ^o a man by the name of Klcm commenced a spirited little difficulty at a Mexican fandango in that place, which concluded in a "beautiful" U/ht. He killed a musician, to properly inaugurate the melee, and then began an indiscriminate k aus;ht'r. He was prettv badly cut up himself, but had the satisfaction of shooting another uiusic an through the leg and a senorita through the arm before he was arrested. 1X7" Her Majesty's Commissioners for the exbib tion of I--6*2, have decided tbe precise character of the building required for the great industrial and fine arts display of next year, and as soon aa the guarsnty has been signed to the required amount, so that the Hank of ?ngland can advance the money, the Commissioners will be prepared to enter into a contract with Messrs. kelk and Lucas Brothers, who have jointly agreed to execute the work. I! < The larirp hotel tntr^thpru-ith the nrfiaepnt buildings, furniture an<f appointingnta, at the Sulphur Springs, four ra'.les west of Asheville, N. C . vii totally destroyed by fire on Thursday night last The loss Is estimated at S12.000, upon which there is no Insurance. JC7" A house occupied by a free negro, near L'onardtown, >ld . was destroyed by fire on Saturday night last. There were three small children In the house when the flre broke out, one of whom perished In the dames. U7~ The cuckoo made its appearanee in England in January, much to the surprise of naturalists, who cannot decide whether this bird winters there or has e?me from other parts to enjoy the fine weather. 117" A new twenty-horse power steam vessel is buHdinff tor Hr l.l?!nilftlliu ?K? i fr B ? ? - ? uv Aiti ivum ? a?r*ri . AKHJVALS AT THE HOTELS. WILLARDS' HOTEL?J H Ward, A J and A L Bleeker, L Beach, NY; H W Duncan. L R Bron??;i, Pa; H R Lawrence. Wis; R t' Kirk. O; J H McCauley, H S Stone. Pa; Cart W F Baxton. RN; J E Caution. NV; A R McKee. Ky; E W Crovell NY; W H Havward and ladv, Md: 8 \V heeler. D R Martin, t S B Carroll. NY; N W Dean, Wis; Maj R S Garnatt, USA; B Btirne, D Taggart, D L lmbin. J W Wallace. J C Hayes. Pa; Capt Clark and lady, Cana; E B brummond and lady. Me; H P Garey Md: F Shepard, NY; J Mullins. USA; T English, NY; Hon C A Trimble. W Shillitto, O; W Taylor. E L Pierce, E Bynuer, Mas*. Hon A OAldisand fam; C H Mar hall. Mi? Marshall. H Martin, NY; B H Moore aud ladv. Miss Moore. A D Jeasup. Col R Montague. Mis* A A Montague. La; Miss S Smead, Mist Cllne, M 1m Daniel*, Miw; Mrs 8 W Bag, T P Bag, Miu 8 E Bag, Mo; Miss Reese, Ala; MisaG-K. La; J STaylor, D Field, NY; Col Van Ntss, USA; V Koone. ?; W A White, NY; R G Banks, Va; Mr Fox, C A Clark, NY; A E Kennedy, Va; Hon J A Gurley.O; P C Van Wyck. NY; W W Craddocb. 8C; J C Happer. MIm Shi-field, NY; J A Duke. Ky; E Seymour, O; A Boyd, Pa; PR Hughes. Mich; R H Williams, H M V. 111 ami. NY; J A Barker, Va; W Cummings, N'J; O B Matascn, N Y. NATIONAL HOTEL?J Y Goodrich, NY; C Hiitiif V' I i- u t? ii.? -? " - ^ nauicr, n nuiiier, UL.; f UOlman, Md, A J Crane, Va, A J Gailagher, Fa; J T Moore, Mil, \V S Wood, Mich D Stewart. N Y; J Newton. P Morris, Pa: W H Sackett, N V; J Mllla, L L Imbric, Hon J Wallace, M Wevand. Hon J Wilson, Pa; N J Hopkins, NY; R B Boiling, Va; J E Ciark, D C Henderson, Mich; W Wortbiagton, Miss VN orthingtou. G J Zimmsrmsn. Si G White and ly. Md; J F Neil, G T Woodson, Mo; c F:rnsworth, S Tvston, ?; J C Kennedy and ly, NYr I) Somes, Me; J J Welch, Ky, Dr Thomas, J Cfcapline Iowa. J Drummond, Me; G P Scr.ven, Ga; J Tiffin v, J D Clem, G A L.llh?ndahl, G Troleor, J P Carroll, NY; J Edie, Pa; J M Edmond, J M Gray, Mich; J B Proctor, Mass, G F Towers and ly. O; P Ciagett.H Smith C McEvoy, J Crenshaw, Va. BROWN'S HOTEL ?VV W Hubert, J Caldwell, C B Mood, J L> Starry, R T Ewell, Va; M Wheeler. Uov A Randall- K st<in?u l \T ? nolds, T K Downing. \V Hum taw, 1' Harris. W M Brooks, A L Vensey, NY: Mr Putnam, NM; J (iould. Ml; DA Spencer and fam, M1m Stuart, A Martin, W Martin, Pa; J Baldwin, T Owing*, B A Hart, T S Anderson, Md; T K Bigzs, Ct; Hon M S Latham and ly, Cal; R B Carpenter, Ky; T B Doptn, DC; F E W Ulia?n?, CN; J Singleton, N Flag^. Ill: J d Maraball, Ind: M Simpson, Ga: SE sliey, G W Wigntmau, NC; B Owinga, T Le?l?. O. K1RKWOODHOU9E.?O H Piatt, Mo; L Parby, J J Williams, Va; T Drumniond, J Weaver, la; B Thompson, Minn; L>r Cochran, E Walter, C \V Reed, j W Deal. Pa; G M Hanson, J Rankin, Cal, C W Crocker, Mr and Mrs Howard, Mrs J Hallur and son, Md; T Highta, USA; J Gordon, ?; J F Crews, DC; G B Way, L H Barehus. O. WASHINGTON HOUSE?J Latto, Ind; Chaa Deiter, NH; L lilum, Pa; F Atmore, Mo; G Anthony, R Hill, NY; J Johnson, O. " T 1 11 Oft A N S TEAMERS' SAILING DA Y8 From ran Lhitbb States. F'ttmrrs. Lm?i. For. Days. John Bell V? Va?v ? ? ~ iwia ,, .uiciokuwm?.IUC(1 iA) Arabia. "..Boston Liverpool.. .Men 27 Araco New York? .Havre. Mch 3>? Vigo .New York.. .Liverpool.. .Mch 30 b?v*r,?.... .Ntw \urk S.mth'pton.. Ay! 3 CauaUa. _iJo*ioK. Liverpool A pi 3 Airicn. Nt>w York...Liverpool.... A pi lo N;>w York .New York...Bremen Ap! 13 Luropa New York... Liverpool... Ap 17 fiaitio .^....ISew York...Havre Apl 20 Persia .. .New York.-.Liverpool Api 24 Prinoe Albert. New York...Gaiway Apl 27 From Kcbopb Anglo Saxoc Liverpool Portland Mch 7 Canada Liverpool Boston... Mch 9 Africa ...Liverpool New York...Mch 16 Boruss a. ..Soutlrpton...New York.?Moh 18 t'ni'd Kingdom. .Glasgow New Yorir ?!Wch '8 New York South'pti>n...New York.?Mch2<> Kuropa.... Liverpool Boston ......Moh 23 f'uitou .South ptoM....New York....Apl 3 Savar.a Soutfl'pton...New York ...Apl 4 reuien South'pton... New York... .Ap 17 H ammonia. ..South'pton . ..New York.. ..Apl 18 OUIMS OLD KYK WHISKY.?On hand sever* K brai>d? ul Purs Old Rye Whit ky, Copper Dis?. i?J, made by tae n;..*/. reuabie d:stuiers in Peuas? vai^?. Maryland ana Virjgmia, warranted pur*. A so, imported Brandies, Hennessy, Otard. Dupuy * Co.. J ulea Robins, Ac. Also, Peach and Appie bra:>dy. pur* Hol.and Gin, old Jamaica anu St Croix Bum, aud Wines of every variety, all of Irt&ndard br&n.ts. A o'uoioe lot of Cigars and To* Uoco YOlIN? A aEFHAR i^Aceats, as II 1 v pa ar.. S^tw. 9th and foth sis. W TRAVELING TRUNKS. R Have <ust reoeiveo th? largest assortment acd tow otfor the n:o?t eiMcsive variety ararvo OiWM.E LEATHER, LADIES'DR K8sP?a? aud PACK1NG TKL iVK>, tf * T BO X fS.,l?J-" " V AI lsfcs. CAStPFT BA'.S. SAT. ut-i - ? > l i LiCi *V Ui| m Uue oity, %hich we *.'?? *o'! n< ?t very low >no?<. VN ALL, STEPHENS & CO , nd tf 'llil H? HV'r n?. IkON'T HE DECEIVE, BUT COME TO U tae right el*oe to ?et jour CLOTHING, HAT* aed CAPS. At SMITH'S, No. 4fi0 Seventh ?t 1? 2 6w Large invoices of new *l>ic juat reoeived from Ruaeet k. Toim?r., Boa ton. Petera A Bro., Cincinnati, Hall k. Son, New York. Nov op =11 tor inapeouun. JOHN F. ELLIS, leg 3Qg p?. av.. t>et 9th and 10th ate. "EVERYBODY IN WANT OF CLOTHING, ?j FURNISHING GOODS. H ATS ?nd CAPS, iboild oome to SMITH'S, No. 460 Seventh at. faa-nw PAM1LY BLANKETS AND COMFORTS. Wo har? eol! on band a oood aaaortment of the above |oode. Aleo, Houe*keepiaf Goode of overy rtffr: ?uon, lit ot whiou wo are Miling at ooat for | for taylor a hutchison. j ONLY TEN CKNTH FOR ONK DOZEN IneSte*! Poneand Holder, ?uoh aa are u*ua r Cfor ? oonu. at FRENCH A RrcH?TElN'fc ion* Book tore, 8TS Pa. ar ma lMw A NEW LOT OF BERING HATS JU8T X\ reooirod and for sal* at vory low pricea, at No. 4ffl ?t?M hi *w thk greatest"b a r g a ins in clot h" I 1NG, FURNISHING GOOD**, HATB and CAPeat No. 460 Seven'* at., opposite Post of TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. Baltimore and ohio railroad. WASHINGTON BRANCH. change of hours. On and after HUN DAY, Nowmber 25th, 1860, the trains wilt run as follows: LEAVE WASHINGTON: Firat train at a. m. Seoond Train at 7.40 a. m. Third train at 3.10 p. m., Express. Fourth train at 6 p. m. _ L?AVE BALTIMORE: Firat train at 415 a. m., Express. Second train at 8.35 a. m. Third at 3.10 p. m. Fourth at 4.20 p. m? Express. The first, second and third trains from Washington ootfheot Uirought o Philadelphia and New York. rue seoona ana intra connect at wasnington Junotion with tram* for th? West, South, and Northweft; aiso, at Annapolis Junction, for An napolis. For Norfolk take the ' 40 a. m. train. For the accommodation of the way travel between Washington and Laurel, a passenger oar will be attached ta th? tonnage train whioh leaves at 11 a m. On Saturday the 3.10 p. m. train goes to Philadelphia only. no ?-d T. H. PARSONS. Agent EDUCATIONAL.. T female education. HOSE Parent* who wish their daughters to receive a thorough and systematio education, where their phjMoal training will reoeive daily and npeoial attention, undor the n)ost approved system of Calisthenics ami Gymnastics, are respectfully invited to visit the Union Female Academy, corner Fourteenth st-aad New York av. MR. A MRS. Z. RICHARD#, au 30-tf Prinoipala. Female boarding and day school ALEXANDRIA, VA. Mrs. S. J. McCORMICK, Principal. The thirteenth annual session of tnis Institution will pominenoe on Tuesday, Septemt>er 18th, in the house recently occupied by Sylvester Soott, Em.. No. ISO Kins street. The oourse of study pursued will oompriseali the hranohes requisite to a thorough English Education, and Music, French, Latin and Drawing, il desired. In addition to day scholars. Mrs. McCormick is prepared to receive a limited number of pupils as hoarders. who. cnnstitntinr ?. nurt nf lior < > v- n f?m hy, will be ur.iW her immediate oaro and supervii sion. S*he will endeavor, an far as possible, to sur round them with the oomforU and kindly influence! of Homo. , Re.f<rmet>.?Rev. Geo. II. Norton, Rev. J)r, E!ia? 1 Harrison, Rev. D. F. Spngg, William H. Fowle, Es^., Edgar Snowden, Esy.. Edmund F. Wltmer Esq., Henry Marbury, Esq., Lewis MoKeniio Es^., Robert H. Hunton, \V. I). Wallaoh Editor Evening Star, Benjamin Waters, E*q.,Jas Entwisle, Jr., E?t.,Col. John W.Minor, Loudoun Messrs. Blacklock A Marshall, Messrs. Cor Brothers. Term*. Board, with Tuition in aJl the English Branohes, #2 lor the annual session?payable semi-annually, in advanoe. Knsie and Languages at Professors' prices. 7" No extra oharges. au 28-tf gas Fitting, &c. A WM. 1. DOVE A. CO. ARE Now prepared to exocute an; orders with Wilich they mar be favored id the PLUMBING, 6AS OR STEAM FITTING BUSINESS. Store on tth street, a Jew doors north of Pa, avenue. where may be found a complete assortment of CH ANDELIERS and other OAS, STEAM an* WATER FIXTURES. iaWly W6 A S FIXTURES. E Have in store, and are dai y receiving, OAS FTJCri/KJESof entirely New Patterns and Design* and Finish, superior in strle to anything heretofore offered in this market. We invite citizens general iy to call examine our stock o( Gas and Water Fixtures, feeling confident that w* have the beat selected stock in Washington. All Work in the above Tine intrusted to onr oar* will bo promptly attended to. MYERS ft McGHAN. mar ?-tf 37ft 1) street. I SNYDER. PLUMBER AND ffAS FITTER. Has removed to the corner of Twelfth and F sts. He is prepared to introduoe Water and (ias upon the most favorable terms, and guaranties entire satisfaction. Hehsa on hand a lot of COOKING and other STOVES, which hi will soil less than ooit. aa lie Wiahea to get rid of them. no 17 OFFICE OF INSPECTOR AND SEALE* OF GAS METERS. Wabbixstoh. July 18,18*). NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES, That,agreeably to the provisions of the ordinance of the Corporation aporove*1 May 12.136?i, the underaigned le now prepared, "whenever re^nirod in writing, and on pre payment of tae to* of fiflr oeDta, to inspect, examine, tes:,prove, and ascertain the accuracy of registration of any gaa meter in use in tlua city. Every meter, lffound incorrect, wi;l be ooutiemned, ar.'t anotner, seaed and marred aa true, will be aet!ai'? place. If proved to bo aconrate in ita measurement of gas, it w.J be a sal ed accordingly, and a;ain pat in Position for nae. Office No. 610 Seventh street,(near Odd Fel.owi'Hvl i Open from 3 p.. m.. tnSp.m. CRAttL.ES W. CUNNINGHAM, Jy 18-tf Inspector and Sealer of Gas Meter*. /Ov NOTICE. /Qv X removal. U V I have removed my U U PAWN OFFICE to .151 C ',reet, between 4X and 6th street*, lmined'.at?-ij \u t..e -<?s.r of the National Hotel, where the buaineat wnl he contmned a?? heretofore at the ei?l stand [no'5 6ml 1S\AC HKRZBF.P.G. ?v|3k for stamping a packet of paper ^ and envelopes NO to match, *1 the CHARGE] metropolitan BOOKSTORE. I'HILP * SOLOMONS, Afentt for Laurence's elebrattd Linen Papers, "Metropc'itan Mills," fre., fe. e K ly 332 I*a. & .. bet. 9tf and lf>th sta. W #10.000 ORTH OF BOOTS, SHOES ASD TRUNKS, Of all Style* and Qualities, AT A <3HEAT SACRIFICE OM Cu?T. St or* for Kent and Fixtures for Sale. All the Stock in S. pTlIOOVER'S STORE, KTnc'ron Hail,embracing every var:oty l,adiea'. Gents', Children'# skIkS 3 *?^"""Servant?' SHOES Also, TKA V-flH9 ELING TRUNKS are no* l>ei"ns sold, for' ea.'^^vt creat aacrifiooeon oaual retail selhndprioea, indeed much below original coat. The attention of the public is ao!ioit*d,aa g'eat inducements will lie made to purchasers. i ne aoove ooraprissa a large stock of the finest uality French and American (jaiters,Shoes,Boots, Ac., to., (or iadies and gentlemen. Tn? Store is for rent and the Fixtures for sale. Apply on t-e premises, Iron Hall. N. B.?The above stook, either in whole or in part, will be sold at private sale. To any one desirous of entering the Boot, Shoe and Trunk Business this affords a better opportunity than inay again 1m presented. Persons indebted will oonfer a favor by promptly calling and settling Uteir accounts. ja 7 tf T PROCLAMATION O THE CITIZENS OF WASHINGTON, WEOR8ETOWN, *0, y? ft ?t ttis *A t the present season o the year CHOLERA MORBUS, WIAKllUKACHOLICt DYSENTERY^ bEDlLITY, Ao.,4to? preTftil to an alarming extant: And vntrtas, FIRST ^UN^W^UENCE K??,fcmll,u?n.o(EDY M <""" S^Rtl*"""" or Px&rs, offara hia MIRACULOUS PAIN KILLBR REMEDY FoltTU!?AIlbVli'nJ^feAINTB Id order to aatiafy THE PUBLIC that no imposition is int?nd*d in the nUa of tbia Great Medioine, THE MONEY WILL Q% REFUNDED in all em*tt whan tbe medioine (ails to give antira satisfactio M1RACULOU8 PAIN KILLER, ?*ke as directed, and if not perfectly satisfied i Returu to our Agent, _ D. B. CLARK, ESQ.. 4H Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, who will refnnd your money. Prioe?and 60 Cents per Bottle. For sale at all Drat Stores everywhere, JA8. MoDONNELL, Gecsra: Asset, jyll-aotr Baltimore. IMPORTANT NOTICE TO STRANGERS 1 visiting Washington; A view of the Na?mual Capitol will be preeented to all purob&sers of Books, Stationery to., from the weliknovD establishment of KRKNCH k R1CH8TEIN, 978 n??r K'rkwocxi Hon** 3,000 LB8.^K)8HENUBU'F^feR ol the Tory BUCKWHEAT. tiHQ A BURCHELL, I f* ? ooroT V trmont a*. and rift?nth ?t. T jnat'oat ?n<J (*nt by mail fr? oa r?o#ipt of 3S oenU. Th?tr*d? &Cd olnba of tvtoty supplied at low *'?Sl FRENCH * KICH8TB1N. 4 NervousHeadache <U & * ? Headache. By tire use of these Pills the periodic attacks 01 Ntvvh? or Sick Htadacht may be prevented; and If taken at the commencement of an atuok immediate relief from pain and sickness will be obtained. They seldom f&D in removing the Nausea and Heaclarke to which fem&les are to subject. They act gently upon the bowels,?removing Cottiveness. For Literary Men, Students, Delicate Females, and all persons of sedentary hnbtts, ttiey are valuable as a Laxative, improving the appetite, giving tone and vie or 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 carefully oonduoted experiments, having been in use many years, during whioh time they have prevented and relieved a vast amoujit of pain and suffering from Headache, whether ongl nating in the nervous system or from a deranged state of the stomar/u They are entirely vegetable in their composition* and may be taken at all times with perfeot safety without makinr anv chance of met. amA tk* nh smee of any disagreeable taste renders it easy to administer them to children. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! The genuine have five signatures of Henry C. Spalding on eaoh Box. Sold by Druggists and all other Dealera in Medicines. i A Box will be sent by mail prepaid on reoeipto the PRICE, 25 CENTS. All orders shosld be addressed to HENRY C. SPALDIN8, Cxdar St**kt, New York. THE FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENTS OP SPALDING'S tHiftlALit 1'IL.LS, WILL CONVINCE ALL WHO SUFFER FROM HEADACHE THAT A SPEEDY AND SURE CURE IS WITHIN THEIR REACH. As these Testimonials mere unsolicited by Mr. Spalding, they afford unquestionable proof of the efficacy of this truly scientific discovery. Masonvillk, Conn., Feb. 5,1861. Ma. SrALnii?f>? Hir : I have tried jour Cephalio Pills, and I like them so tetll that I want yon to end me two dollars worth more. Part of these are for the neighbors, to whom I" gave a few out of the first box I (jot from yon. Send the Pills by mail, and obiise Your ob't servant, JAMES KENNEDY. Havkrfoed, Ph., Feb. 6,1861. Mi. Spaldijis?Sir: I wish tod K-s??nd ire one more bm of your Cephalic Pills, I have received a great d'al ef from tk*m. Yours respeetiul!y, MARY ANN BTOIRHOtJBE. Bfxcci Crkbk, Huntington Co., P? ,1 January 18,1861. \ H. C. Spalding?Sir: You will please send me two boxes of your Cephalio Pills. Bend them immediately. Respectfully yonrs. JNO. B. 8IMONS. P S ?I have used one box of your Pills, and And them excellent. Bxllb Vernon, OMo, Jan. 15,1861. IIxnry C Spalding, Krq.: Please find inolotod twenty-five oents, for whion send me another box of ?our Cephalic Pills. They are truly the best Pills I have ever tried. Direct A. STOVER, P. M., Belle Vernon, Wyandot oo? 0. Beverly, Mass., Deo. 11, I860. H. C. Spaltmn?. Esq.: l ijish for some oiroulars or large show tulle, to brine your Cephalio Pills more particularly before mr customers. If yoa have ai;Tt.hin* of the kind, please s?nd to me. Or.eof my customer*, who m sut.jeot to severe | Sick Headache, (usually lasting two days.) teas ' cured of an attack in one hour by your Pills, which I I sent her Rnanontfnll* ?f>nr. W II UTti vrra .../ # v?> ?t ?? 1> TV liiliLOl Rstnoliwbt:b??, Kkasklix Co., Ohio,) January 9,1861. \ Hkubt C. Kpaldino. No. 48 Cedar itreet. New York?Dear Sir: lnoloeed find twenty-five cents. (25.) for which eend bo* of ' Cephalic PilU." bond t<> addreea of Kev. Wm. C. Filler, Reynoldabu*f. Franklin oounty, Ohio y ovr fills work like a charm?turt Headache almost tn.'tantrr. Truly yours, WM. C. FILLER. Ypsilamtt, Mich., Jan. 14,1861. M*. Pfaldixo? Sir: Notions eince I sent to ron for a box of Cepha'io Hi lis for the oure of the Ner: voue Headache and Coati venous, and reoeived the *me. and fi?y had ,<o food an (feet that I was induced to send for more. Piease aeuu by return mail. Direct to A. R. WHKKLF.R. Ypailanti, Mioh. r..? r? ?? - - ? MJurri i nr HSUTnineT, MVOTJOIk, Va. Ophalio Piila accomplish th*? object for whioh they were made, v;z: Care of heaaache in all it* j form*. From the Examiner, Norfolk, ? a. They havo been tented in more than a thousand cases, with entire aacaesa. Prom the Democrat, St. Cloud, Minn. If you nro, or have been troubled with the headache, aend for a box, (Cepha'io so that you may have them in case <>1 an.attack. From the Advertiser, Provident*, R. I. The Cephalio P;lla are said to be a remarkably effective remedy for the headaohe, and one of the Very best for that very fretue&t oomplaint wuicn has ever been discovered. From the W'stern R. R. Gazette, Chicago, III. We heartily endorse Mr. Spalding, and hia unrivalled Cephalic Fills. From the Kanateha Valley Star, Kanairka, 7a. I We are sure that porsons Buffering with the head aohe, who try thom, wi 1 stick to them. Prnm the Southern Path Finder, New Orleans, La. Try them ! you that areaffl:ot?d. and we are tare that your testimony oan be added to the already numerous list that lias received bouefiu that no otner medicine oan produce. From the St. Louis Democrat. ' Tho immense demand for the artlole (Cephslio Pills) is rapidly increasing. From the Gazette, Davenport, low, Mr. Spalding would not oonneot hie name with | an article he did not know to poaaeaa real merit From the Advertiser, Providence, R. I, The Ustiniorv in their fovor la atrong, from the most reapectab e quarters. From ths Daily News, Newport, R. I. Cephalic Pills are taking the plaoe of all kinds. Prom the Commercial Bulletin, Boston, Mass, Said to be very efficacious for the headache. From the Commercial, Cincinnati, Ohio, buffering humanity oan now be relieved. i * "1 A aingle bottle of SPALDING'S: PREPARED GLUE will aaveten ttmea ita eoat annually. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE!

SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! SAVE THE PIECES! ECONOMY! DISPATCH |T>?? A ? f. O M ? ? Ii^ r ? wstiva tn t ins OAV Si I If S* As aaotdenU will happen, even in well regulated families, it ia very desirable to have mm# oheap and'oonveuient way for repairing Furniture, Toys Crockery, &o. SPALDING'S PREPARED QLUB meets all suoh emergencies, and no household oa afford to be without it. It is always ready, aod to the sticking point. | " USEFUL IN EVERY HOHM ? 1 N. B.-A Bru?h aooompaniei each Bottle. Pne 25 moU. Address _ HENRY C. SPALDING, No. 48 Oadar ibMt, New York. CAUTION. Ae obtain unprincipled prreonaareatteinptliif to ?oni to examine before purobfiamg, and tee that the fall name, [CT^ALDI.NG'S PREPARED GLUE??D a * " ^Urfcito. I PUBLIC ADVERTISEMENT. pUBLIC N Otl C?. wv ? ?? m uiriitmtn * tii ihthio*,i the. 26. I860. \ Pnblic notioe ia hereby given that bonds and ooupons annexed, of the description hereinafter eet forth, have lately been felonloasly abstracted from the onstody of the Interior Department, the same being the property of the United States and held in trnst for certain Indian tribes. Notice nas also been given to the proper olfioers of the reepeoUve States to atop the payment thereof; and all persons are warned against parohasing or reoeivlng any of said bonds and eon pons, as the claim of the United tharntn will ha f in utmost extent. Kach bond beint for tne Bum of on* thousand dollar?, vis : Six per oent. Missouri Coupon Bonds, issued in June and August, 1857. State of Missiouri, St. Louis and Iron Mountain R R. State Bonds. Bond No. 20.37 Bond No. 1823 187# 1827 199? 1822 1997 1821 1998 1820 2008 1819 2007 1818 1993 1809 1994 1817 1995 181ft 1891 18H mo 1814 IBM 1813 1991 1812 2003 1810 24)02 1811 1992 1808 2006 2031 2005 2033 2004 2034 2001 2035 1999 2036 2000 2032 2009 1820 1877 1828 1878 1829 1879 1830 1880 1831 1881 1832 1882 1868 1883 1869 1884 1870 1885 1871 1886 1872 18?7 1873 1$88 1874 1889 1875 1890 3030 2045 2029 2048 . 2013 2046 201T 2047 2016 2044 2015 2043 2014 2040 2013 2041 2012 2042 2010 2089 2011 2038 1825 99 bond* 1824 Not*.?Bond* No. 1000, and bplow of this aeries, iaaued Juno. 1857. and bonda No. and, and above that, dated Autuat, 1857, parable at the Phoenix Bank, New York city, in 1897. State of Miaeonri aut pgr oent, oonpon bgnda, vis: Hannibal and St, Joseph Railroad State Bond*? Bond No. 1853 Bond No. 1026 1 hr a mm 102/ 1851 1628 1850 1829 1849 1859 1818 1865 1847 1863 1846 1302 1846 I860 1844 1861 1831 1856 1836 1868 1833 1866 1834 1864 1836 182] ib?v ie*? *WI 1838 1824 1839 1826 1649 18V 1540 1827 1*35 1828 1612 1829 1613 1830 1614 1831 1616 1641 1?16 1642 1617 1643 1618 1644 1619 1646 1620 1646 1621 1647 1611 1648 1864 1637 1634 1638 1M1 1IUA 1632 1842 1632 1842 1622 1660 1857 1816 16S6 1817 1630 1818 1639 1819 1841 1820 1623 1821 1624 1625 90 bondf Not?.?These bonds are dated January, 1867, arable at Bank of Commeroe, New York, in November, 1886?Interest payable in January and JuIt of eaoh lear. 3UUJ ofMiseouri ?lx Mr cent. Goo?on North Ml?roun R.R. State bonds. Bond No.;2952 Bond No. Ift39 2940 1638 2939 1641 2941 1642 2942 1643 2946 1644 2945 1645 2944 1646 Ml.<t 1*JT *VSI 2947 1648 2948 1649 2949 1640 2950 1650 2937 2922 2938 2923 1653 2924 1664 2936 1665 2961 1652 2953 1656 1667 2921 1706 2468 17C0 2612 17C7 2513 2462 2614 246S 2616 2454 2616 2466 2911 2466 2910 2467 2912 2468 2911 34*9 29J4 2440 291# 2401 ?1? 2402 2917 2403 2918 2404 2919 2405 2920 2400 2954 2407 3056 1651 80 booda Not*.?Tho bonda numbered 2616asd bolow. !*-> eued in Jaaunry, MS?; No 8910, ?n<f&bore thai, Nel^Yo?k^?/y,"t, 1W7' *ankW# M P?*nix BSk, Miaaoori I* per oent. Coupon Bonds, tisc North MliMiri R. R. State bonda. Bond No. 2773 Bond No. 2763 2784 2787 2786 3730 2781 2717 2782 2734 2779 2721 2783 3719 2711 3738 3713 3733 3710 3730 3735 3718 3777 3727 9*9 mm *<"> Z734 2785 2731 2768 2768 2760 3728 2770 2718 2m 2?15 2785 3*14 2778 2784 2772 2728 2775 2736 2774 272S 2780 2711 9799 >767 it toft* ?r?S2ffiEK?H?<s Mlwopri Bu-rw ?ML Puifte ftftilroM BUI* Coa^oi Boada. Bond No. ISM Bead No. MM 61S9 ft161 ftSift 6158 ft144 ft156 ft143 ft154 5*2 5155 5241 5253 5340 5353 5239 5351 5238 5250 5237 5249 5235 5247 5234 5248 5233 5195 5232 5196 5231 5000 5200 4999 5199 4997 5198 4*90 5197 4V98 5310 4889 5236 4888 5307 4876 5308 5357 5309 81 DOBOi 5300 No**.?Theee bonde are dated March, IWT: Mfable March. 18ffT,at Phoenix Bank. New York intermit payable in January and Jnly of eaofe year. Bonda of North Carolina?Coupon euc par oent. North Carolina m per cento. Bond N?. 35 . Bond No. M 33 301 32 300 23 297 9 234 T 234 349 203 348 1A6 347 104 34? 20 343 19 *42 18 341 17 340 15 339 1J 338 8 337 11 334 10 335 102 328 101 a.i? 100 330 99 331 103 332 6 333 28 334 22 227 1ft 326 H ?17 98 318 97 31ft 9ft 296 95 239 94 238 62 237 ftO 23ft 303 72boodf Not?.?Theee bonds are dated January, 1S36, payable January, 1*86. at Bank of Refnblie, New York, lntereat payable id January and J my. North Carol IDA A Bur Mntfl. rnnanr Rnrxtfl Bond N?. 833 Bond No. 735 831 736 831 758 830 750 829 760 834 761 835 762 836 763 837 764 838 790 871 791 872 792 873 793 874 794 .875 795 876 796 87T 797 878 798 879 799 880 800 881 891 MA un* 84T 80* 848 804 840 806 860 806 061 808 861 SOT 85S 811 8k 811 866 81J 860 814 ?r 816 853 810 800 817 801 818 8?1 819 800 830 cm A oom Bjl 8?5 8M 8W 823 8?7 814 8A8 815 8M 870 827 833 8? 881 839 884 840 885 843 731 844 731 845 733 734 104 feoadl North Carolina tlx per o?oL Connor bond* Bond No. 599 Bond Ho. 493 *00 494 603 495 604 496 606 497 606 621 607 498 608 510 610 611 11 481 612 483 613 48S 609 484 6U 485 ?? 486 ?M 467 634 4gg 635 489 m 4M ?27 538 ?28 639 Ml MO MS Ml MS MS ?15 MS 644 (18 M? Ml MT US M8 US 4ii - ^ . WW w 649 ||i ft50 U6 6*1 5lT MS 518 616 519 IT 516 618 515 n? fir 455 514 ?7 An 458 545 470 546 22 547 439 548 "0 560 Hi Ml 4)0 in 411 471 413 4TS 430 474 4*7 475 417 47ft ?4 77 478 411 479 411 480 411 511 Ml 511 (44 491 119 boadf as.'A,01Forty in bonis of |l^t wsUiwiri to aoBod Bo- 11 l-' - ?' 5 "i ? iss Hi \ 5 m. ' \ * Bond Ho. 9T Bond No. 16] M M* 99 1M 106 IK 1X2 178 1? 191 114 191 J 115 19* 1? 194 ' 127 m 128 M Uf Hf7 180 198 129 1V>9 130 2u? 137 ? 144 45 bonds. 148 Two bonds for ?*< b< April, 18SV Bond No 9 Bond No 10 F'.^eoTi booas for #l,s ir M?h,Ootot?r, ]?57 tie Fsrsbient Bnr k of Retabiic, Oetctar, W7.TU: Bond No 1183 Bond No. 1192 1184 1193 1185 1194 1188 1195 ? t rtav - i ioj ) iiw 1188 1197 1189 1190 lSboDd1191 TennMM* six pir oont. Conpon Bond*. ?f tl.'** each, of loan o| |fc?8 payab* 1M ld Ne? >ork city, ol the to. owinj number a, and daUM Jane ary. IMS Bond No. 217 Bond No 4lS 278 419 294 470 2?7 477 409 491 412 498 414 722 And oft i? x?iowinc cinb?riiin*(l January,!*'* Bond No H28 Bond No. 1278 829 13*8 830 And o( t f f following Bomber* inned January,IP? Ban 1 No. 1744 Band No. 2*55 21 ip 2*91 2m jhvj 2681 3000 2605 3121 Ani of the following nam b?ra limed JnDunrr.UK. fond No. 3149 Bond No. 4207 34?4 4208 3405 4209 34?0 4210 3407 4211 3449 42J2 3470 4213 3471 4214 3472 4431 *758 4527 *W4 4629 . ?41 455# * 42 4560 3943 . 4560 3944 4509 3945 4570 3940 4571 *985 4749 1W 4751 ?zni 4881 And of the following numbers iwu?d January. isjti Bond No. 6064 Bond No. 5410 5195 5421 532ft 542ft 5359 5427 5460 5430 5361 5434 53*2 5436 5363 5437 53*4 5438 6365 5439 536* 5449 5367 5441 5368 5442 hAAQ Hi I) M70 M71 6446 M71 6451 M7I 4518 ft.<74 6519 M74 65*> M7? 6621 ?7T 66*2 M78 Wfi.l l*T9 6704 **80 670 S M81 . 6T<** M8S fT.n 6888 67?H M8T 67<W> MM 67*0 M89 S:i! M80 671J M91 6713 MM 6799 M98 5839 M16 6840 Ml 7 6841 MIS Orvici or thb Secbbt&bt of thb Intbb2ob, Deoeiober X, I860. tf-dtf J. THOMPSON. S?cr?t*rr. [PjAR ? SIMPSOfl'jj The atx.rePURKWH13KY.Copr** DisTiLtm rxou Gm*iii,^in^n^rIo^aiid wfonq ^.< - m* v mm Hi? Hi j nufiwTru ''7 ii preiw r wi by oonanmera to ail other W hiskiee, and par tic u larly recommended by the best pliyateiana aiiO ebenuata m ?ohmiu.c al! the requirement* of a Tru Tontt /??w<r*ir tmd Aitni The Sobnr IkiU NVatc- of Philadelphia. uaed ia the di*tiMr.vU>L of thia Whiaky, is proved by %ds yaia to be the eofteat aac) purest water in the L nited StatA*: aad to tfaia may, in a great degree, be attn be tod the cf thiaJVktaky. For Ml* by FREE*aSa f1 mveon. Pheuix Diati.iorr, On the SchsylkiL nrer. PhiiadeiphiaOloat-M Wall atreet, Nov York ; 109 South Front atreet. Philadelphia. m*r? 1. A NOTHER FRESH SUPPLY OF GOOD A. BOOKS. J uat rooeived by kbrnch a richptkin. 279 Pink. *rzinri, Wachiroton. Life in the Old Kredrika Bremer, i ola , I2mo . eloth; jprioe * SO. One of Them, by Char lea Lever, paper soeenta. Message from the Sea, by Chariee Dickens, paper; Ooenu The Amerloan Queer on, l*^?o , oloth; pr to* M oenta: by mail free on receipt of pnoe. Heavy *?ooant at oar store for Mak. fe u I7?1VK HUNDRED TRAVELING TRCNKB ?, vi 0vi? UWUIW? L*HMfl Drm iik IViiti Trucka. Our mUm roopj exhiMU ?t thia tine the r?U?t variety of tr?rf ir.f rMjuaitM. it aKMlem? prtco*. to bo UidTrmake ropainMor tefcM la *"t*T 1,1 ***** wjllx, 1861 dTaTTET: .1861 Comment* tk* Ytar with m Dimrg. A Talaabl* Pookot OoBfUion for rofiatotlat trwU paat. BTMMt, and oontaininf rate* of po?iaga,aina&??f a blank apao for moMcraod* for ovory day la tb? y?ar, qaah aooouni for ?aok Month, ? saaunary of oaah aoooaot b?U a.nd raooTvabl*. doi'im wiuoii om of Bimi ?oil Uttla mhwIh. 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