Newspaper of Evening Star, 28 Mart 1861, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated 28 Mart 1861 Page 4
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I j. ? r s????? THE EVENING STAR. ?!* THE ? KOMWALK. i BT r\VL W. JHCHOLSO!*. Ok ' what shall I do wr?n? oan I do _ I'or Bo on# rare* for m? here; Mj hands and mr feet ache so with ev, I, rron keeping the oroeswalk olear. J'rm toi'ed for notfcins thelneiouc daj? I've ha?l bat a oruet to eat; I wonder if I bars cot to die? Alone to die in the street ' Perhaps the man wil1 let me in there. To etaad awhile and get warm ; J're almost a mind to to and ask? Tie eo oold here in this storm! Alas: there is nothing for me to do. And no place where I may go! Ajun to wa!k throach the streets ail night, ? i " urmiuiefpiniQtiDov: I wonder how it aeema to be rich; To hava a warm dreaa to wear; Betidea a plenty to eat and drink. And money enough to apare 1 wonder how it feala to be well. And able to walk or runNo matter how abarp the pteromg blast, iNo matter how hot the aun! I wond?i to have friends. To have t home, or a bad ! I wonder if 1 ?? lonetier than 1 a hall be when I an dead! I wonder how it aeema to be ?oodTo kneel in ch>:roh aid era? ! 1 wonder, if I ahoiiiil ?sk th^mto, Would angels take S? ?*?J ! 1 wonder what has beoom* of her Who kiaaed me while on h?r knee ! She n?ed to olaap me o'ose to her hreait. As thoagh she wera fond of m?. 1 wonder why it ie ? 4m ill. And hungry .and eota and poor ! I work as hard aa aver I oan? My path looka elean. ! am aura. I'll ait on theourb awhile Carakt, I'll feat l etter by and by? , 1 feel better now f 'tis not ?o col-4 '. The child had lain down to die. ( Hm' LiTKKATras?Wm. Harrison Ainsworfh ts writing a novel for Beotler's Miscellany, cSlied 'The Constable of the Tower " The first number of Anthony Trollope's new serial, "Orley Farm," has been Issued by the London publishers. Owen Merrdith." the son of Bulwer l.vtton, announces '-Serbski Pesme," or "National Songs Of Senrta." A second series of Horace ^nbsecivae, by the author of ?'Rab and his Friends," ts announced Mr. Ktngslake, the author of "Eothrn." he? written a history of the Invasion of the Crimea. The fifth volnme of "Lord Macau lay'a Hiatory of En^an?*.'' edited by bia alater. ledy Travelyan. was to be ready on the 15th Inst , In f -? 11 ?r? _ ?r i .??_ ^ ?? - - . - - ,,,?.uun. -Mwr > rimer ;me rronweor s story)" is to be published In Fngland. "Memoirs of the Court* and Cabinets of Willi*'" I V end Victoria, by the Duke of pudr'^M?," Is the tin? of a new work ?*?u'<?red by the Knglish book iWlrr? o rant ley Berkley, who abused the Am?rt. *ns so outrageously, has finished his work, ''The Fnglish Sportsman on the American i'ralrlrs " Two new histories of England have appeared? rne by Mr. May. the other by the Rev. J?ntes White Walter Savage I^andbr l?thc Florentine correspondent of the London Athcnirum Blantfcard Jerrold. son of Douglas, has become editor of "The Welcome liuest " Books relating to America, are said bv the London Athen^um. to find a better market in London than in Boston or New York. "Our New Rector" is the title of a work by C'utbbert Bedc, the mon d? plume adopted by the clever author of "Mr. Verdant Green " "Royalty In the New World, or the Prince of Wales In America," written by the correspondent of the .New Yoik Herald, Is published abroad. Allison, the historian, Is writing the lives of Lord Castl-j??agh and Sir Charlee Stewart 1 Letters from Flo.**110*'" by 1 homaa Trolloppe, Is written by another' c'tbe family of the woman who maligned America. Chall/u. the scientific Frenchman who brought stutf-d gorilla to America, announces a work, entitled *'Kxplorations and Adventures in parts of Equatorial Africa never before visited With accovniV of the mannCTs and customs of the people.'' The "Ecyclopsedla Brlttanlca" ia now complete Walter fhornbury, author of several clever books o/travel, has written a book called "Turkish Life and Character." "TUe St James Magazine" is the tlUn of the new periodical edited by Mrs. 5. C. Hall. The tJrst number was to be issued in March, and contains 3 the opening chapters of anew tale called "Can Wrong beRight " "Friendly Sketches in America,*'by William Tallack, contains (the advertisements say) a vary Important admission by Lord Maraulay. respecting his history now tn* thn h~* t.me published "The Legendary and Romantic Bal>?tda of Gotland." by Cnarlea Mackay, yrlll be published gji month Fbomisiso SlVDiim o* Divi^itt.?On Saturday evening, a couple of the atudenta of the rheo logical Semi nary at Princeton, were arreatad a* vvainut iutcl ? uuiuu^oK., . ?. ?? tna a a word can* at, and attempting *r stab one of the deck handa of the (team ferry M(t. Both of the young men were under the Influence of liquor at the lime. To the Justice, who held them for a further automation, they gave the. flctitlorw names of Jamea Jones, and William Johnson Yaxksx Notio.ns.?In the town of Concord, Mass . according to the recent cenaus returns, there are annually manufactured 100,000 pails and 73,000 tuba, worth S&4.000; 2,000 gross of penclla, worth *4,000; 2,000 packs of gold leaf, worth 914,000. 117"Ten shlps of the line, seventeen frigates, eighteen sloops, and about twenty amall craft, conatitute the whole of the Britiah navy now propelled by aaila. Upwards of five hundred and sixty others are steamers H7" The N. Y. Express thinks a shocking rail 'way sccident is about due now, and cautions railway engineers to be careful. ' AdKIVALS AT THE HOTELS. W1LLARDS' HOTEL ?J L Cassln, Md; H B Hyde, NY; S Bell. Pa: T Fitch, U W M \\ hlte, O; M Tompkins, 9 LNothup, NY;C W Roberts, ; L N Town, Mass; J Lvaas. NJ; J D Krauser, J Harper, E H Uance, Pa; H Babaoch, N Y; G K htearna. Mass; J W Cowell. Pa; \V A Darling, J F Williams. J O Camp, NY, A Bruzter, Ct; O M Lanman, Miaa White, C Garretson, A \V Rea, Pa; G F Lewis, O; W Allen, Wis; Mr Cuverly, R Wr-rthington, J Backus, Mass; J T Blanc Lard, J F Knipe. Pa; P Cantine, G L Backmam, NY; J Cook, W F Browne, NJ; Hon C Stevenson, Pa; J M Brown. O; T M Abbott, S D McConkey, W McConkey. Md: C L English, Ct; J W Dawson Mil l.ii? M I - W U D ?* ? j(, iv ii ru^i ^ n uiwiflock, 8C; 8 A Hurlbert and lady, E Lone and family, 111; G H Davit and lady. G A Russell. Maaa; M Catvell, Mo; C W Wlckliffe, 111; CShaffer, NY; T J Wilson. Md; J D Brand, J A Washington, Va; T W Hnll. NY; T Webster, W Elder, H Maxsea, T T Deoingrr, F McLaughlin, J 9 Chamber*, W M Boyd, Pa; T 8 Davis, NY; D W Moore, MIm A E Moore, NJ; W H Carryl, D C Enos, Pa; J C Ainswortn, Oregon. NATIONAL HOTEL ?J T Hlgdon, B Hlgdon. W Stevenson. L Bayne, A Eaelln, J Rodg* era. V Brent, J Cooper, Md; Mrs Smith, 2 Miases Smith, F J soilUxers, P (^uiglev, Del; A Fergusou, J Van Nest. R Hicks, W Coles, R W Clapp nnd It, 8 Linton, A Rosa, NY; D C Wblttman, W Warn*. NJ; H Cheatham, W Boardman and It, Vs; W Murphy. G Jones, Mich; R Gheney, Cal; O Cary, FtP, E Roberts, Mo; L Noyes, J F AndrrwtjH Morrill, J Haward, L Clement, NH; T Power. Hon J Thompson, Pa; G B Turner, O; C H Dug, ?. ? BROWN'S HOTEL? LW Lockowe, Miss; B T Cook, E D Bent, L L Kamjon, E Keuust, Mrs B Hyuo, J O Burnhar, NY; TTownaend, L W Powell, Wis; C A Reynolds, USA; R A Fish, H 8 Wilson. T Davis, H Ball, J Thaw, H H Brady and ly. Md; 8 Brady, C R Taylor, Va; Q Townscsd, F. D Bent, NJ: J MUllken, R Jones, P A Bain, F A Hill, Pa; L C ctlbbins, S Lahey, G F Brady and ly, Del. KIRK WOOD HOUSE.?T J Shunk, USA; W W heel?r and ly, La; G T Jones, O; N Peters, Del; R M Dent, J F Birch, 8 B Colley, N Y; G Martin and ton J : If-I-H V f 1 * " * _ w | ?-# v uwu??j 4 H JOH6S, 1 ft) O W Dennia, Rl; J A Hook. M C Young, C Adnon, C I'omerat, G Lamb, Md. WASHINGTON HOUSE?G Ferguson, NY; S Allen, J Co* and ly, Me; W Davie, Pa, I Freeman, Md. OV KAN STEAMERS' SAILING DA Y3 Faom tbi unitbb Statu. Lsnvt. For. Awl. A'* <> New Y<>rW...Havre .Mohan Viia New York. Liverpool.. .Mra 90 Havana..? New Vent- South'pton.. Apl S Canada. Hoeton. Liverpool Apl 3 Atrio* ..New V'ork... Liverpool Apl In P New York.. New York...MM Apl 13 Karopa . New York. Liverpool? Ap 17 a'tie New York ..Havre ..Apl 2" fwvia.? .New York...Liverpool. ...Apl 24 Pr.nce Albert.. ...New Vork . Gaiway ? Apl 37 ?nom Europb Africa Liverpool....New York .Moh 16 -- ?? ?*Von...New York...Mok U ' Ln,'1^'mf4om C#w York ?Moh It New Yorf *mt&'ptnn.,.Kew York._Meh30 Karopa Liverpool. ...Boston Moh S3 Fa I too.. C!*lr York. .Apl 3 Havana goalh pton...New York.... Apl 4 goath;pton...^r> York.... A pi 17 Hammonia.. South pton ..New Vork....AplU j*' amTl y~blan Iktsanucomfort*. We have still on hand a rood aaeortmeot of the above (ooda. Aleo. Hoeeekeepinc of every ieeuripUoa, of which we are eeUiac at ooet for eaeU. I '7bit ?- ? ?* ni' iumt) A >KW LOT OP 8KIIN? HATH JUHT if. szsfxrJr -1* "-*? ;? SMSam&*t& ... - J M S==H=S5========^^4 TRAVELERS'DIRECTORY. B*LT'M^A^oy.&.^yo*D. CHANGE OF HOURB. On ud after SUNDAY, NoT?mh?r asth, 1W?, the traima will ran m follow* s LEAVE WASHINGTON: Ft ret train at?Jn a. m. &*oon<] Train at 7.40 a. m. Third train at 3.10 p. m? Expreaa. '" "tfiWiltnMOR*: Firat train at 4.15a. a., Expreaa. Haocrnd tnun at iJ6 a. m. ThiM at $.i? a. m. Fourth at 4.26 p. m., Expre??. The first, aecopl And third trains from Wuh^gtoa ootfneot throujh* o Philadelphia ud New The aaoond and thin! eonneet at Washington Junction with trains for Sh? West. South, and lorthveat; also, at Annasotts Junction, for An napolis. For Norfolk take the 140 a. m. traiu. 1-or tiie aooommodation of the wa? travel batwean Washington and Laurel, a passenger oar will be attached to the tonnage train whiohleaves at U a m. On Saturday the a.10 p. ra. train goes to Pkiladelshli on t. ' DO 38-<r T. H. PARSONS, Agent. EDUCATIONAL. T female education. HOSE Pa.rent? who wish their daughtera to reoeive a thorough and ayatematio education, where their phyaioahtraimng will receive daily and *pecial ttenuon, under the lyoat approved ayatem of Caliatqimca and GyranaaUoa, are respectfully invited to viait the Union Female Academy, corner Fourteenth at and New York av. MR. * MRS. Z. RICHAKps, _au 30-tf Pnnoipala. Female boarding and day school ALEXANDRIA, VA. Mra. 8. J. MoCORMICK, Pbikcipal. *The thirteenth annual aeaaion of tnia Institution wiU nn Tuead*T. Septemher 18th, in the tipdtie reoently ocoupiedby Sylvester Soott, Eae., No. 180 Kins street. The eourae of atudy puraued will compriae all the brar.ohea requisite to a thorough English Educit'.-n. and Muaio, Frenoh, Latin and Drawing, U In addition to day aeholara. Mra. MoCormiok ia prepared to receive a limited number of pupila aa boardera, who. oonatituting a part of her own family. Will be under her iminediAtA nurA *nH >nurt?. ifon. She will endeavor, as far aa possible, to sur round them with the oomibrts and Kindly influenoea of Home. Rtftrnutt.?Rev. Geo. H. Norton, Rev. Dr, Ehaa Harrison, Rev. D. F. Spring, William H. fowle, km., Edgar Snowden, fcm., Edmund F. Witmer Em., Henry Marbury. Esq., Lewis McKenaie Km.; Robert H. Hunton, Es*.. W. D. Wallaoh Editor Evening Star.Benjamm Waters, Esq..Jan Fntwisle, Jr., Es?.,Col. John W. Minor, Loudoun ?easrs. Blaokloo* k, Marshall, Messrs. Cor rothers. ? Tun. Hoard, with Tuition in all the English Branches, #2no for the Annual session- payable semi ana wally, in advance. ? ? Mn?if) and l^amcnaces at Professors' prices. (TT" No extra charges. au 2*-tf GAS FJTTING, &c. _ Awm. t. im've * no. R E New prepared to ex?onte any orders with vmon niPT may D* lavorod f>: the PLUMBING, ?AH O* avpAM F1TTIN9 HUSIN1?S^~ 117" 9V>re on **h -treet, a few d/vnp north of Pa, avenue. where may be fonrd ft complete assortment of CHANDELIERS and other ?AS, STEAM a&4 WATER FIXTURES. JftTT-Iy W6 A S FIXTURES. E Rave m store, &n*l are dai r receiving, HAS FIXTVRBSr.lentirely New Patternsand Desi/ne and Finish, superior in style to anything heretofcre offered in this market, we incrteeitizena general It to call and exaume our stock of Gas and Water futures, feeling confident that we hftve the teet elected stock in Washington. Ail Work in the above Tine intm^ed to ear cftre will be promptly attended to. NYEks ft McCHAN. mar ? tf 3T6 P streqt. II SNYDER, PLUMBER ASD OAS FITTER. Hm removed to the oorner of Twelfth and ! sts. He ib prepared to introduce Water and Gas n son the most favorable terms, and guaranties entire satisfaction. f ehas on hand a lot of COOKING and other OVES. whi^h he will sell less then coat, an he wishes to get rid of them. no 17 OmCE~OF INSPECTOR AND SEALER I OP GAS METERS. WiKHiiieTOit. July 18,1W. NOTICE 15 HEREBY OI7EN. That,agreeably to the provisions of the oidinapoe of the Corporation approved Map U. 1891. the undersigned if now prepared."whenever required in writing, and on pre-payment of the fee of fifty cents, to inspeot. gamine, test, prove, and ascertain the aoouraoy of registration ofany gas meter m use in this oity." Every meter, lffonqd inoorreot. will ua uouer, MM and marked u true, wil~ be et in i'? p!>ko?. If trnved to be aoonrate in Its ooonw.. Otue No. 610 Seventh street,(near Odd PelJj 18 tf lussoctor and Sealer of ftas Meters. /0\ NOTICE. /Oy JF'Jl removal. x^jl B U I have removed my W V w PAWN OFFICE to 341 Q street, between 4H and 6th streets, immediately > the rear of the National Hotel, where the business will be oontinued as heretofore at the old stand, [no 13-1 ml ISAAC HKRZBKRQ. ?_jr J" fUR STAMPING A PACKET OF PAPER S| AND ENVELOPES NO VO MATCH, at the CHARGE METROPOLITAN BOOKSTORE, PHILP A SOLOMON8, Jt* Lanrnut't ttltbratui Lintn Pftri, ,lMttropc'ita* Millt," Ire., fe. leMly 33'i Pa. * .. bet 9th and 10th ?t?. PROCLAMATION O THE WASHIN6Tij$! e/KmtttETOWN, *e. W\$f < )? At the rreeent arnon o the rear CHOLEEA MORBUS, DIiREHEA CHOLIC, DV8ENTEEV8 DEBILITY, Ac., Ao? rrernJ to an alarming extent: And wksrtas. It matt be of the FIRST CONSEQUENCE to every family to tafwof A IVCi^iClli X tt mm OF PA&IS, offers hi> MIRACULOUS PAIN KILLER R EM E D Y FoV THE AtfoVlf pfcAIITtl In order to satisfy THE PUBLIC that no imposition is intended in the nle of this Greet Medioine, THE MONEY WILL BE REFUNDED im till f#ff> when the medioine milt to five entire setislMtio Ask, then at ear Drag Store for DR. MPNTAKDE'S miraculous HnWiun. iui m directed, and if not perfectly satisfied 4K Street ud Penn?yiTania A venae, who will refund your money. Price?3? and * Cent* per Bottle. For sale at all Drug Stores everywhere. JAB. MoDONNKLL, Oeoeral Acent, Jvll-eotr Diiamori. DURK OLD RYE WHIBKY.-On band ?erer? I brand* of Pore Old Rye Whliky. Copper Distilled, made by the roost reliable distillers in Pennsylvaaik Maryland and Vircima, warranted tare. Also, Imported Hrandies, Hennessy, Otard. Dupuy fc Co., Jules Ro;.ins, Ao. Also, Poaoh anrf Apple Brandy, pure Holland Qln, old Jamaioa and St. Croix Ram, and Wines of every variety,all of jta-i'lar l brands. A choice lot of Clears ana Tobacco. YOUNG A KFHAKTaAcectS. wU-1r mw.. hetw.Sth agj loth ?ts. Wi traveling trunks. E Have jest received the largest assortment Mi nov ofer the most extensive vsji?t? Qiii ?- ? " ? *" R,CH?T.KIN,^78 PfcaT., insr amvooa Hon** 8,WK) LUS.^OSHE^lfu'FPfeR of the very 11 au^p^nn'&lvanja buckwheat. CALV RTB HONfc^.NG ^ BUKCHELL, fe 36 eonier Vermont ?v.?nd Filteenta at. r'wSr*? 1 KBF.NOH * KICHWTEIN. ] f AROR INVOICES OF^ NEW MUblc ! U0W ^ "" Xm9m3^- K)HN F. ELLIB. , te 3S 30? !*?.? ., bet. ?tt*n<noth ?U. V CURE^Or Nervo usHeadache Headache, D. -? fWil.Al - oj ?uw u?w ui man rniB mo penoaio UlUli of Nirrov* or Sirk Headache may be prevented; and if taken at the commenoement ot an attaok immediate reliel from pain and sickness will be obtained. They seldom fall in removing the Naustm and Htadnrht to whieh female# are eo bsbject. They aot gently upon the bowels,?removing Cottimmtit. For Literary Mm, Students, Delicate Female*, and all persona of sedentary habits, they are valuable as a Laxative, improving the appetite, giving tone and vigor to the digeative organs, and re storing the natural efaatioity and strength of the whole system. The CEPHALIC PILLS are the result of long investigation and carefully conducted experiments, having been in use many years, during whioh time they have prevented and relieved a vast amonnt of pain and suffering from He*daohe, whether ongi n*tin? in th? system or from a deranged State of the itomark Thar are entirely vegetable in their composition, and may be taken at ail times with perfeot safety withont makipg any chance of diet, and tk* abuntt of any "duagrttable tattt rendtri it taty Is administer thtm to children. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! The genuine have five signatures of Henry C. Spalding on each Box. Sold by Drnggists and all other Dealers in Madloines. A Box will be sent by mail prepaid on reompto the PRICE, a? CENTS. All orders shosld be addressed to HENRY C. SPALDING, 4*4Cidar Stribt, Niw York. T1IE FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENTS OP SPALDIRG'8 CEPHALIC PILLS, WILL CONVINCE ALL WHO SUFFER FROM HEADACHE THAT A SPEEDY AND SURE CURE IS W ITHIN THEIR REACH. /li 'Lest l mailt n/\ A". Mr. Spaldisg, thiu aftord unquestionable proof of the fjficacy of thts truly itientific discovery. MAena villi, Coun? Feb. 5,1881. Mr. 8FHDi?s -8ir. 1 have tried your Cephalic Pills, and I like thtm so well that I want yo? to seed me two dollars worth more. Part of theae are for the neichbora, to whom 1 gave a few out of the Brat box I $ot from yon. Bend the Pi lie by mail, and oblice Your ob't aei vant. JAM EB KENNEDY. IIavKRroar. Pa., Feb. 6,1961. Mk. Sfaldiw* -8ir: I wiah to a to a?nd me one more box of your Cephalio Pilla. I kawe rescind % great deal tf benefit from them. Yours respectfully, MARY ANN 8T01RHOUBE. Srtccx Ctttx, Huntihotow Co., Pa ,J January 14,1961. \ II. C. HrALrmo-8ir: Vou will pleaae send m? two boxea of your Cephalio Pilla. Send them immediately. Respectfully youra, J NO. B. SIMONS. P 8 ?Ik*** uftd one box of your Pillf, and And them *xulltni, Brllk Vxrjiom, Ohio, Jan. 15, l?*1. Hunt; C- Srainine, Es*.: Ple&ae find inoloaed twenty-five oenta, for whiou aend me another box of your Cephalio Pilla. They ire truly llu but Fill* ? ha** trtr tried. Bella Vernon, Wyandot oo., 6. Bkvrrlt, M&bh , Dec. 11,1*?. H. C. BrALnma. Esq.: 1 wiali for aoroe oiroulara or large ahow billa. to brine your Cephalio Pills more particularly before inr ouatomera. If yon hwe anythinc of the kind, pleaao a*nd to roe. On' cn my customers, who la auhjeot to severe Sick Headache. (usualIt lasting two days.) wan rired c/ an attack in on* hour bf voter Pills, which Beat her Reepeot^allf youra, W. B. WILKES. RHTNOLDtBuaa, Fkareuk Co., Ohio,* January 9,1861. s I a.M?? n a- . ? ^ ? ? * ir.iin I orAHJIETB, *10. IB t/M%r f tJMtt NflV York?Dear 8ir: Inoloeed find twenty-five oeote. (25,) for whioh send boy of * Cepti&ho Pills." nend tn address of Kev. Wm. C. Filler, Reynoldabn-jt, Franklin county, Ohio Your pill* stork like a charm?curt Htadackt \ almost mstanlT. Truly your*, WM. C. FILLER. Ypsilanti, Mioh., Jan. 14,1861. Ml. Spaldiwo?Bin Not lone einoe I sent to von for a box of Cephalio Pi 11a for the cure of the Nervous iieadaohe and Costiveness, and reoeivsd the ame, and tkiy had so good an efect that I was mdnred to send for more. Please send by return mail. Direct to A. R. WHRELER. Vnaiknti M */^ From Ike Examiner, Norfolk, Fa. Ophalio fills aoooinplish the obj?ot for whioh they were maOo, vis: Cure of headaohe inall it* forma. From tki Examiner, Norfolk, Pa. They have been tested in more than a thousand oases, with entire snosess. From tke Democrat, St. Cloud, Minn. If you are, or have been troubled with the head ache. seed for a box, (Cephalio Mills,) so that you may have them in oase ol anlattaok. From the Advertiser, Provident*, R. I. The Cephalio Pills are said to be a remarkably effective remedy for the headaohe. and one of the very best for that very frequent oomplaint which has ever been disoovered. From the Western R, R. Gazett*. Chicago, III. We heartily endorse Air. Spalding, and his unrivalled Cephalic Pills. From the Kanawha Valley Star, Kanawha, fa. We are suie that persons suffering with the headache, who try them, will stiok to them. From the Southern Path Finder, New Orleans, La. Try them ! yon that are afflicted- and we are sure that your testnnonv can be added to the already numerous list that has received benefits that no other medicine can produoe. From the St T -? * ~ vm>V A/DfHi The immtiiM demand Tor the article (Cephtlio Pills) is rapidly increasing. From tk* Gazette, Davenport, low. Mr- ftyalrfini would not oonneet hia nam* with an article ha did not know to poaaeea real merit. From Ike Advertiser, Provident*, R. I. The taatimorr in their favor la atrong, from the inoat reapectab'e tuartera. From Ike Daily Neves, Pitwptrt, R. !. Cephalio Pills are taking the plaoe of all kinds. From tke Commercial Bulletin, Boston. Mn . B&id to be very eftoaoioua for the headaehe.

From tk* Commit rial, Cincinnati, Ohio. Suffering humanity oan now be relieved. ICT A einfle bolt'.f tePALDINU'dJ PREPARED GLUE wall i ?*? ^ - u nin iia coat unit! ly. ST ALBINO'S PREPARED GLUE! SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! SAVE THE PIECES! ECONOM Y ! DISPA TCH 11^"A Stitcu is Tiki 8tvu Nik?."_/~TI A* aeonlepta wilt happen, even in well reflated fwmliM.it i very desirable to haveaome cheay an<l!oonvenient way for repairing Furniture. Toya Crockery, Ao. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE meets all aaoh emergencies, and no household eft afford to be withoat it. It la alwaya ready, and a to the atlcking point. " USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE." N. B.-A Brnah aoooatpaniea eaoh Bottle. Pria Its oenta. Addreaa HENRY C. SPALDING. No. 49 Cedar street, New York. UAUTION. ,.?T^rAIf?iNG'8 p*kpa*ed GLUK.ni , f 4 PUBLIC ADVERTISEMENT. pUBLIC N O TJ C E. Dwauviit ev w lnrnwi.1 irat*M|t??, Dtc. 38,1M. ( Pablio notice ia hereby given that bond a and ooapona annexed, of the daeoriptioa hereiaafter set forth, have lately been feioaloaaly abetraoted from the eaatody of the laterlor Department, the ana being the property of the United Btatee aad held ia tmat for oertaia lndiaa tribe*. Notioe baa alio been gtren to the proper oftoera of the reapeottve Btatee to atop the payment thereof; and all pareona are warned against psrohasing or reoeiv lag any of aaid bonda and ooapona, aa the olaim of the United Statea thereto will be prsesoated to the utrooat extent, fiaoh bond being for the a am of one tboaaand dollars, m s BiX par oeaU Misaoari Coupon Bonds, iaraad ia June ud August, 1W7. State of MiMiovri.Si. Loili ud 1 roa Mouttu R *. BteU Bond?. Bond No. 2037 Bond No. 1813 1878 1937 . 1821 1997 1811 1998 . i?)Q 1008 181? 1007 18 $ 1993 1809 1W4 1817 1995 1816 1891 1815 1990 1814 1891 1811 1991 1811 1003 1810 2002 1811 IMS 1808 2006 2031 2005 2033 2004 2034 3001 203S 1999 203ft 2000 2032 2009 1826 1877 1828 1878 1829 1879 1830 1880 1831 1881 1832 1882 1848 1883 1869 1884 1870 1885 1871 1886 1872 1887 1873 1888 1874 1*89 1875 1890 2030 3045 3029 2048 2018 2041 2017 2047 2018 2044 2015 2043 2014 2040 2013 2041 2012 2042 2010 2039 2011 2038 1825 93 bond. 1S24 moil.?Bonae mo. ***?, and Mlow or this genet. lceued June. lain, and bonds .No. 2001. and above * ph"" sinajuna & r^st essssiOi Bonda? Bond No. 185.1 Bond No. 1626 1962 1627 1851 lft28 I860 1629 1849 1859 1848 1865 1847 186S 184ft 1861 1845 1860 1844 1861 1832 1856 1836 1R68 1633 1855 1834 1854 1836 1822 lotto MA* M09I 1S? 1838 1834 1839 1826 1849 1838 1840 1827 11** 1838 1913 1839 m Wl? 1841 1843 1817 184J 1818 1844 1*19 184.S 1*20 1848 1831 1M7 Mil 1848 1884 1837 1834 1688 1831 1840 1833 1843 1833 1843 1833 1850 1867 1818 1838 1817 1830 1818 1830 1819 1841 1830 1023 1821 1624 1626 90 bond! If o*?.?Thee* bond* are dated January, ISffr, arable at Bank or Commeroe, Nrw York, in November, 1886?interest payable in January and July of eaoh year. Btate of IClMoaria^ gent. Condon North MisBond No^2952 Bond No. 1639 2940 1638 2939 1641 2941 1642 2942 1643 2946 1644 2946 1645 2944 1646 2943 1647 2947 1048 , 2948 1849 2949 1440 ?50 1650 2937 2922 2938 2923 IMS 2924 1854 29*6 1?W 2961 1652 2953 1656 165T 2921 1765 2468 1766 25IS 1767 S51S 2452 2514 2453 3516 2454 3616 2456 3911 2466 3910 2467 3913 2458 3913 2459 3914 2460 MIA '? Ml* IMS 2917 2463 391S J4M 3919 2465 3910 2466 3954 3467 3955 1661 80 boada NewHork*i7 ' Hrkua Btak, -,-otn North Bond No. 3771 Bo ad No. 1783 1784 1787 1788 1730 1781 1717 1781 1734 1779 1711 1783 1719 1711 1733 2711 ITU 1710 mo 1715 1718 2777 ?17 1778 1714 1785 1731 2788 1788 2789 1729 2770 1H8 2771 1714 I 2785 1714 S3 < 27,2 1728 2TTS M 1774 tm mo 2713 2TS2 ?SSKH?Wr?' 1 _ ri1 '^oifcc ^Tondf. SlM* Bond Ho. iJM Bond Ho. MM MM ?M1 Mtt use MM fW W? 5154 ?W 5155 5153 6140 6151 6?9 6151 5X58 5150 6187 5348 5136 5147 MM bU8 6138 5195 5131 51M 6131 5000 5100 4099 6199 4997 5198 4890 5197 4098 6310 4889 . 6388 4888 6307 4878 6308 6257 6309 5*1 81 bo&df 6306 Boada of North Caronaa-Coapoa iu Mr Mat North Caroiin* an mm oaaaa. U^n J tr? t Ok a ?t aw. i>9 00na no. 903 33 SOI 32 300 23 297 235 T 934 340 203 348 1M 847 104 346 30 343 19 342 18 341 IT 340 15 Stt U 338 8 337 11 333 10 335 102 328 101 329 100 330 99 Ml 103 332 % 333 38 2} ? 557 10 3? 21 919 ^ on VD 313 97 318 98 52 tS 239 (u 238 M 337 60 23* __ > -w 393 72 boadi cSSS - North Carolina 6 fir oenta. Con pen Bonda. Bond No. 83.3 Bond No. 735 831 736 831 758 830 759 829 780 834 761 835 742 g 763 837 764 ?f? 871 791 872 792 87* 793 874 794 [875 794 876 79* 877 797 878 798 879 7W 88A 800 ?! Mfl 84$ 80J 84T 808 8? 894 849 804 849 806 *? 898 Ml 89T St? ?" oK nf Sh 813 SS 8,4 ftl 8,6 8&8 816 ?"> 81T Ml 818 8*3 tl9 86* 820 864 805 82] 8W 828 86T 824 868 826 gj 826 512 827 883 828 882 8? 884 840 884 842 III 844 732 846 732 _ 734 104 boftdf North Carolina alz par oral Ooayov boada. Bond No. MM ftaaJ JA? MV. *fO m 494 MS 495 604 605 497 22? 6,1 SI iW 808 610 10 61| *11 481 <13 481 2J2 484 800 484 814 48* ?M 488 ** 46T ?M 488 834 480 838 490 121 *? 838 v;M MI 540 843 644 848 54, 815 54, 844 848 531 847 51, 848 n, 84ft U4 mi n? w uf 418 18 6? 617 4lJ 18 * J 1? Zir 445 5U ?? 4M Ui Jg "T 429 M8 *M MM 12 661 436 4T1 ? 471 IS 473 439 474 417 475 417 476 <? 477 478 }g 4 411 AOA 411 {?; Ml * J 644 __ 491 lit boada lU) WBa! ** ? . Bm4 H*. lfl I M ill I U 141 M 1M 2 ju J Bob4 No 9T Bend No 193 99 191 M 144 199 194 ltt ITS 123 191 194 191 139 199 199 194 137 194 139 19? 179 * 197 ISA 1M 139 1W ISO 304 ur ?, 144 44 fecadi 144 Two bonda lor ll^HMck. <UUd A?nl, l?rr. Bond No. 9 Bond N? 14 FiftMa bo do for 9lf'f dated October, Wtf .Tit Psyable at Bask oMUmUio, 0?toW? Bond No. 1183 Bom! No. 119* 1184 1143 1185 1144 li 84 1144 1187 1144 1188 1197 1189 1190 14 boftdf 1191 'wa xjci&arimTi&vet oitT, of ftafo. .oviatnaUti, utd dated Julftry, mo: Boad No. 217 Bond No. 414 278 419 Ml ATA 397 47T 409 491 413 498 414 . 733 Andofti? tol'oviac tuBb?niM?*d Juoirr.lUi Bond No 828 Bond No. 1778 839 1X58 830 And of Orfotlovinx nanboratMuol Jan?ni7jM Bod 1 No. 1744 Bond No. 3855 311ft 3891 3133 3*93 3581 31*8 2605 . 3131 An1 of tliofollowing nanboraioovod Janunrr. 1MK . food No. 314V Bond No. 4307 3484 4308 3485 4309 WM - 4310 9467 4311 3469 4313 3470 4313 9171 4414 mwww .<471 44 <1 3758 452* SS94 WJ 4941 455* 4 bir^ 3943 4566 3944 4569 3945 45711 3946 4571 3965 4749 4199 4751 4JC0 4881 Acdsf thefolioviBf ncmler* Bond No 5064 Bend No. 5419 519b 5431 MM 642* 5359 6427 63*9 64** 5361 6434 6362 54%6 MM 6437 6364 6438 6365 6439 M66 5449 M*7 6441 * MOO 5M1 (453 ?7i 6444 63T1 S445 **T1 546? WTi 661* MT4 ? tb 19 6*76 5?fl MT? 662J 6*TT 6611 6*T* 57*1 MTI 57m 6J80 6706 **81 67W MM 67*7 WM 6708 "?? 5709 6?8 671 6389 57H 63J0 57,3 iSl 87,3 6391 5799 63M 5839 in 1A4* _ ,. ? ?n*li 6417 6&41 6418 Otticb or the Bbcbbtabt of TBS lltTUlnl, Dtombw M, last. I ft 12-dtf J. THOMPSON. 8?ertary. fREEMAM pl*PS0H'J ^OLSwoldv, Tb? above PURE WH1BKY.Count Dumui noH Maxtbs Oka ik. bmnx nwrfcr tod Biyfonn karly recommended try the beirt phyaioinae and mtnltuh mmmiIdi all the r*eeirwi*eete or The ftohBy!ku. Water oi Pbuadelphil. ?eod la fendlrtHattM of this Whiaky, ia .ror^Vy anaJy. I tobe the soneet and rarest valor in the United St?tee: aa<3 to t/ua may, in a great degree, be aitmrntod the xaellenoe of thia Wkiehy, For aaie by FRBEMAN^ pTmkSON. Front etreet. Philadelphia. mex m I? ^NDTHKK FBK*jMJ?PPLY tft GOOD JutraoMred by FRKNCH k. 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