Newspaper of Evening Star, April 10, 1861, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 10, 1861 Page 4
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L ~ ? mgr _ THE EVENING STAR. OPERATIONS OF THE PATENT OFFICE The following la a ltit of patents issued from the U 8 Pateat Office for the week ending April S>, 1WJI?each bearing that date: E. H Bailey, of Philadelphia, Pa ?For Improved key faatener. Calvin Auburn, of Watertown, N. Y.?For Improvement in cheese presaea D N Allard. of McConnelavllle, Ohio.?For Improved horae-aboe machine Ransom Bartle. of Independence, Iowa.?For (mn?i?iD?it in vratfr (l?vat?n fT* Bausman, of Rochester, Pa.?For improved rar ventilator A L. Bayley,of Amesbury, Maaa ?Forimprove, . ment in shaping and embossing hats and capa. Jaa A Bazin, of Canton, Ma?a?For improvement In bobbina for spinning machine# Henry Beagle, jr . of Philadelphia, Pa.?For Improved safety hook for harness. Joseph Bell, of Belleville, 111.?For Improve* ment in bolting chests Samuel Boorn. of Lowell, Mass.?For improvement In pickers for looms. Edward Brown, of Waterbury, Ct , and W H. IVan Oieson, of Patersoa, N. J.?For Improved machine for making bott hinges. Geo. W Brush, of Brooklyn, N. Y.?For Improvement in floating derricks. A. A. Burlingame, of New Tork, N. Y.?For Improvement in apparatus for making extracts under pressure C W. Cahoon, of Portland, Me.?For improvement in seeding machinal Caroline fl.Carnea, of New York, N. Y.?For Improvement in reels! G E Cbenowiib, of Baltimore, Md?For Improvement In raklnti attachments to harvesters. Jos B. Cooper, of Brooklyn, N. Y.?For improvement In plouebs Oeorpe Copeland, of North Gray, Me ?For improvement In looms Herbr** **rtlsand Albert Tofts, of Charlestown ? .Masa ?Fof Improvement In door alarm Ezekiel Daniel#, Osyeuo, N. Y.?For improvement in fracture Hlllradi Wm L Dawson, of L)&?Mnirg, Va ?For Improvement in soaps. Thomas B l>e Forrest, of Birt^'n^bam, Conn. For Improvement 1m thread-winding guides. Wm. Dripps, of Coatsville, Pa.?FCI improve jumi ;n w;uer waepis Heisry \V. Eastman, of Baltimore, Md?f*t Improved portable folding bedstead WHlard T Farrer, of Concord. Mass.?For improvement in adjustable ladder hooks. Peter Faver, o? New York, N. V.?For Improvement In mill picks. Geo. C Flagg. of Ta3rt<?wn. Ohio?For improvement in ?ate*. Wm. C Ford, of W'eit Saieffl, <7b!o?For improvement in corn planter* T lmon Gilb?rt, of Natchez, Miss ?For lm j'iv??cuirtii in cuiiuii prrwri. And rson G.-dley, of Itbaca^i. Y.?For improved refrigerator and water cooler. Wm. H Grav. of Dover, N. H?For Improvement in let-off for looms. Henry H Grove, of Baltimore, Md ?For improvement in machines for making paper box** JimrtO Haight. of Albany, N Y ?For improvement In the pistons of steam engines. Chas Hardy, of Biddeford, Me ?For improve ment In lubricators for spinning machinery. Ephr&lm F Herrinaton and Jostah Herrington, of West Ho??ick, NY?For imprsvesneut in mowing machines. Charles H< tf.nar, and Wm. Graichen, of Clinton. Mass ?For imorovement in t?niDlM Bsrjamin W. Hood, of Piwtucket, Mas? ?For Improvement in thimblea. Edw'd Homlek. of New York. N. Y.?For improvement In boiler* fur hot-water apparatus Jonathtn Howard, of West Bridgi water, Mass. For Improved gard?n boe. J W H* wl-tt, of Gre?naboro', N. C.?For improvement in transmitting motion. Eli Huddltston. of Lawrence. Kansas, and B M Harrison, of Tt-rre llau'e, Ind.?For improvement in presses Duane Hull, of Newhurgh, N.Y.?For improved clothe* dryer Andrew Hunter, of coun'y, Gal.?For jui^iv*cuicia in ^rani Brparawrt. James J. Johnston, of Allegheny. Pa.?For improveuieut In to? diitii.ation of hydro-carbon oils. Anton Judson, of Brool^yn, N. Y.?For improvement In lamps J- Mpb h Ktlbourn and Edward E Kilbourn, of Norfolk, Conn?For improvement in knitting machines. John Lamg, of IJoboken, N J.?For improved g ^generating steam boiler. Mark Levy, of New York, N. Y ?For improvement in retorts for the manufacture of gas from wood Richard B Light, of Dunkirk, N. Y ?For 1mproved machinist's intrument for determining geometrical lines, centra, Ac. V\ 1 liara A. Lighlhall, of New York, N. Y.? For improvement in feed water apparatus for steem boilers L'nua Merrill, of Janesville, Wis.?For Improvement iu grain separators. Aiexsnder .Miliar, of New York, N. Y.?For Improved cork-cutting machine. Henry Napier, of Brooklyn, N. Y?For improvement in apparatus for manufacturing turpentine and rosin * John Noblit, of Philadelphia, Pa.?For improvement iu hair cloth looms. Samuel Orr, of bast Springfield, O.?For improvement In apparatus for dressing feathers. Henry Pennie, of Brooklyn, N. V.?For improvement in roller skates Cbarlrs H Perkins, of Providence, R 1.?For Improved toe calking for horse-#hoes. Alois Poteler, of Nt* Brighton, N. Y.?For Improved apparatus f >x disinfecting foul air In visssis Thos Pblillps, of Ann Arbor, Mich ?For Improved handle for hammer* Ar< Abraham Qulnti, of New York, N. Y?For Improvement In apparatus for distilling oils George P. Reed, of Roxbary, Mass.?For Improved watch escapement Mom T Ridout, of MIlwaukls, Wis.?For improved railroad indicator llorstlo Rodd. of Chestnut Hill, Pa.?For lmprovel linen smoother Be jam:n Kussell, of Brooklyn, N. Y ? For improved door bolt. Edward B Savage, of Cromwell, Conn.?For Improved mode of attaching gun stocks to pistols. Isaac L> Seoly, of Milford, N Y.?For Improvement In wat-r wheels O W Seely, of Albany, N Y?For improvement in construction of salt kettles fvrter reward, of Chiseville, N. Y.?For improvement in wagon brakes H nry L Shaw, of Milan, O ? For Improvement In sewing machines. awr a in - ? ? - ? ? ~ " niiiiun 11 9Dori, or Brooklyn, N. Y?For improvd inlet for lewen. u?n:el F. koines, of Ulddeford, Me ?For Improvement in method* for preserving meat. James A j?, jr.. or Manchester, Pa., assigner to William J. Kane, of same place.?For Improvement in cultivators. David Stewart, of Annapolis, Md ?For Improvement in coffee pots * Jacob I. Storer, of Philadelphia, Pa?For lmrovement in desulphurizing coal and ores Cba?. F. Taylor, of New York, N. Y.?For Improvements in apparatutfor reducing spinal curvature. w R Thorns and M. Kmanuel, jr., of Citaanuaui, Pa.?For improvement in composition fftf nla?ltnrr ? /\tsf^ ? tj K Turner, and James A. Vaughn, of Cuyahojfs Falls, O ? For Improvement in grain ?eparaturt Thom*? G. Yoorbis and William B Whitemtu. cf New York, N Y?For Improved rnusquiio net Jamarl H. Walker and Mathew C. Walker, of Boston, Massachusetts ? For improvement in gas reton George R Wilmot, of West Meriden, Conn.? For Impovrd head for aerews and tacka. Joseph 9 Wlnson, of Providence. R. I.?For Improvement in machines for tenterlng and dryeletb 9siim h Woodwortb, of Murphy's, Cal.?For Improved amalgamator. Tbe > Burr, of Battle Creek, Mich .assignor to himself, An^uitjs Rower and Paschal Brinkerhsof. of the State of Michigan?For improvement In sewlni/ niarhliin J A ff?-Brame, of New York, N Y , aaslgnor to hlmaeif aud liei.j barney, of same place.?For improvement in skates John Fowler, jr., of Leeds. England, assignor to Wm. P. Taiuam, of Philadelphia, Pa.?For Improvements In machinery for ploughing and tiinug land by a team Hrnj F. Hooper, of Birmingham, Conn., at. slgaor to Lil N Baldwin, of Huntington, Conn F?r improved machine for making braces for cifrit^f tops. Ch?aier 17 Johnson, of Little Fslls. N Y.f aaagtur to A lieu M. Coiver, of Albion, Mich?For Improvement in rotary pumps George w Martin, of MorrisaBla, N. Y-?** giJ/QOf U) hilli**" ? "* _ ??in pvpptrd, of Tremoot, N Y ?For improvement In pump*. A C Mum, of Sprln^tlttM, Vt , assignor to Limself, U H Muon, mod D. M Sinitb, of Bine piaee ? For Improvement In books and eyes. James U Merrill, of Baltimore, Md , assignor to the Merrill Patent Fire-arm Manufacturing Company, ot same place.?For Improvement In WrtcMotdliv flre-arma kangdon Siwyer, of SpringfleldjVt., ssslgnor to himself and A M Billings, of YVeathersSeld.*Far improved shade or curtala roller. j o wwwonab. of New York. N Y , aaatgnor to blmMlf and Joseph Dodln, of wae place.? For InaproTffiM-nt lo brmmcri for band tewing. Hunter Duvidim. ttf U. 8 Navy ?For improved book for attaching and detaching boata from tbcir davlta. ' RIIHVK. Jobs N.Wye.koff. of BronkJm.N T.,and Tboa. N Pell, of * aivllle Mtnaa Va ?For Improvement lu gold amalgamator* Patented July**, 1659 . . DBSIOK* Cbottr* Pro bat of Hudaon Cltjr, N. J ?For doMow glua A ?i^r vv ^tanard, of Buffalo, N. Y , utignor to Jo *?rt & Moot, of iamo place?For deigns for " ARRIVALS AT THB HOTELS. WILLARDS' HOTF.L ? Hon O W Aihmm. Mais; M Tompkins, NY: H B Fdwards, Pa; O H ' Andrew*. J ShutWwortb. NY; G N Williams, ! NJ; H D Cooke, 0;-l) H Tavlor, J 8 RIdgeway, NY; L Holmes. NJ; Hon O W Bontwell, Mass; i A 8 Bllckrr, NY; Dr J A mas, Masa; J R Bod well, ' J Wescott, Me; \Y E Pavor, J L Panldinjf, NY; J Mlteball, Maa*; F Meara, C F D? Vlvallt, 111; \V McKennan, Pa; Miss Hooper. Masa; R C Hale, , Pa; T B Ryeraon NY;F. L Herklns, C E Sawyer, : Mass; A Carr, Md; J P Vincent, 9 M Kranaer, Pa: J NVsmlth. T Parson. Maaa, 3 8 English, Ky; P Bastlan, O; D Handler and lady, G MTotten.NY; VV Fling. J P Lerar. Pa; G Adland, NY; 9 Bawlea, E B Gittelle, Mrs B F Bawles. Mass: J M Cooper and lady. Pa; H N Congar. NJ; M F Fankhouae, Va; Major Bache, USA; J F Guild, R \V Andrews, Mass; F D Hadgerman, A D King, J R Garland and lady, NJ; G W Thompson and lady, Pa; C B Sedgwick, W S Wood, H W Dennis, E S Monroe, J O Putnam, NY. NATIONAL HOTEL ?J A Underwood, f, W S#?rrill. T Kmanii*! NY? .1 Hnvt'pn A f* Frli*V Wit; b Mur phjrT J C OiVj?iT.~Dr~T Flaher" E 8 Powell, Va: w E Alcock, Jaa Cocpar, T O Millar, J B Foley, Md; J H Swett, Pa; Dr J Th?m on, 9C; Mra Ann 9 9teven?, A Hav?, NY; O W Knox and fam. Pa; M Hoawell, Md; J Parker, 9 Arrlngton, 9 gtamel, NC. BROWN'S HOFKI..-R Flab, Dr J lll^lna, Md; T C Brown, II8C9; A Elbart, F Miller, D 9 Dtlanlay, Va; H H Helenkamp, Mo; P 9 Vorbeea, F A Vorheea, J B Clark, NY; C Tucker, Fla; 9 E Fletcher and 3 ladU>a, lnd; T B Nalle, ManMrs Mcllvaln, Mlaa Mcllvaln, J L Mcllvaln. La. KIRKWOOD HOU9E.?T H ONeal, Md; F B M E FenUn, Ark: T F Rowland, NY; 9 Argell, W Ralph, Rl; W Butz, Kan. T KAYELKK8' D1KEUTORY. DALT1MORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. B 1 nr a C t T t Vi J mi ??/ * r rFAJniivoi vii D AitiTi n. ??.wmb.Ln jjpti CHANGE OF HOURS. On anil after SUNDAY, November 26th, 1960, the trams will run aa follows: LEAVE WASHINGTON: First tram at 6.20 a. hi. Second Tram at 7.40 a. m. Third train at 3.10 p. m., Express. Fourth tra.o a: Gp m. LEAVE BALTIMORE'. First train at 4.15 a. in.. Exnress. ^rtoond train at 8.55 a. m. Third at 5.H' p. in. F?urth at 4 Jit p. in., Kxpress. The firat. second and Wiird trams from Washington oostaeot ihrouglrf o Philadelphia and New York. The second ai.d third oonneot at Washington Junction with tra>ns for th? West, South, and Northwest: also, at Annapolis Junction, for Annapolis. For Norfolk take the 7 <n a. ra. traiu. I-or the accommodation of the war travel between Washington and l??nrel, a passenger oar I will t>e attached to the tonnage train which leaves at 11 a m. On Snurday the 3.10 p. m. tram goes to Philadei' ph>a only. no SS-d T. H. PARSONS, Ageal EDUCATIONAL, T FEMALE EDUCATION. HOSB I'a'enCx who wiah their daughters to t*oeive a tho-ough and systematio education, wher* ' tiieir phrwoal training will receive daily and speoiai attention, under the most approved system of Calls- : thensc* and GymiiMUos, ar* respectfully invited to ' visit th? Union Female Academy, corner Fo?rtoenth st. and N<;w York av. MR. & MRS. Z. RICHARDS:, an 9'-tf Principal*. FFEMALE BOARDING ANB DAY SCHOOL. 1 ALEXANDRIA, VA. Mrs ?. J. Nct:UR..MItK, i'RI NClfAL. The thirtcf^th annual session of tnis Institution will oommence on Tuesday, September 18th, in the house rocfntly oc~???ied l.-y Sylvester Scott, Ess.. No. ISO Kin* street The conrsn of etii'iy pursued will oompriseali the branches requisite to atnorough Eaclish Education, and Music, French, L?tm and Drawing, if desired. la addition to day scholars. Mrs. MoCormiok is prepared to receive a :united naiaVer of pupils aa boarders, who. constituting a part of her own family, wiil be uuder her immediate care and supervision. She will endeavor, as far as possible. to eurrouud them with the comforts and kindly innuenoee of Home. KtfercHCft.?Rev. Geo. H. Norton, Rev. I>r. E'laa Harrison, Rev. P. F. Sprisi?, William H. Fowle. ; Esq., Edgar Snowmen, fcsg.. Edmund F. Witmer Eb*? Henry Marbury, Lewis McKonsio Ess., Robert H. Huntoc, E?^.. VV. D. W'allach tdilor Evening Star, Boajamin Waters, Es4.,Jat ntwisle, Jr., Es?.,Col. W.Minor, Loudonn Messrs. B.acklooK X Marshall, Messrs. Cor Brothers. TxiMtv Board, with Tuition in a;i thi English Branches, | l __ 1-1- : M-* ' ? Mio auuucu BciiiuB?'paTSWio koiiu-atiuuuij ( in advance. Mutio and Language* at Frofrnors' prio?s. II_f No extra curica au28-tf GAS FITTING, Ac. 6 AS FIXTURE 8. ? K Ilavo in store, and are dai.y recem r'St OAS FIXTURES of entirely Nov Patterns and /)f signs and Finish, superior in stylo to any thin* her- *</K>ro oti'ered in this market. We invitocitizen? ce."\eral iy to call and examine oar stock of Gss and \\ Mer Fixtures, feeling confident that we have tho post selected stock in Washington. All Work in th? above line intraatod toeuroarf < will be promptly attended to. , MYERS * MoGHAN. nnuS-U 3Tft 1) street, j 1 snyder, PLUMBER AND OAS FITTER, Has removed to the corner ot Twelfth and F at?. Hai? prepared to introduce Water and Gaa upon the mu?t favorable terms, au-i nuirar.tiea enure 1 aatiamotionHehaa on hacd a lot of COOKING and other STOVES, which h? will sell leaa than oust, aa h? wiahes to set rid of teem. no 17 0" FFIClToP inspector and sealer of gas meters. Wabhihgton. July 1s,1cc0. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, ihat,a?re?ably to the pro7:aiona of the oidinancr of the Corporation approved May 12. lf^o. the undersigned ia now prepared. "wneLc/er repaired in writing, and on pre payment of the fee of fifty ceata, to inspect. j examine, teat, prove, acdasoeriain the aocaraoy of | registration ofany (an mewr in nso in thia city.'' ! Every meter, if found inoorreot, will l>e condemned, and another, aeaied and marked aa true, will to 1 aet in i?? piace. If proved to be aocr.rate in it* ' measurement of gaa, it w'li Ue aeaied accordingly, ' and again put in position for use. Office .No. 610 Seventh afreet, (near Odd Fei- i n?>) U.ll i f,? ' ? - - ...? ??i.i \imii uuni o a. m.i ws ?. m. OlAKLKi W. CUNNINGHAM. Jy U-tf Inspector and Sealer of Gas Metcre. /Ov NOTICE. /?fr\ Xw JL REMOVAL. XW1 V II I have removed my V V 1'AWN OFFICE to 331 C street, hetwesn 4H *nd 6th streets, imnie- . diately in the rear of the National Hotel, whese the buameaa will t>e continued aa heretofore at the aid atand. |nol5-6ml ISAAC HKRZHKRG. ! "IT NEVER FAILS!" 1 "IT WILL PA? THE PEOPLE !" 1 take great pieaaure in announcing to the oitizena ana atrangera of Washington that I havejuat ! returned from the Nortn with a very fine and large lot of SPRING ana BUMMER CLOTHING. FURNISHING GOi'DS, TRBNKK, HATS nnd , CAPS, whioh 1 have bough* mostly for caah, and I I am prepared to sell them r>tf at very low priuea. : N. B.?All of these good* have been made up witnin thA :mt mi. th * I. -? ?* *' ,.,v . .I.-ivm'IO. ?uu Ri?n ret mi latent styles at J. H SMITH'S, No. 460 jWntli i St., eppoeire Post Office. dp 5-1 m | JU8T RECEIVED TH'S DAY BY t K E N C H A R lOHS'l'KINi Pbm*. Ave*ue. I N?gro*?ard Ne*ro Slavery; the first an inferior race, the latter its normal condition, by J. H. Van Kvrie, M. D. All the New Books and Paper* of the day oonstar.t.v on band Oar usual discount of 10 to 50 per cant, on all bound books. FRKNCH * RIOH9TEIN, ap 5 878 Penn. avenue. i WATCH REPAIRING AND SILVER WARE MANUFACTORY. I I hare one of the best establishments, and fur- l aished with a complete set of tools for repairinc every deaoripuon of fine Watches, and particular attention give to the same, by nful thorough competent workman and a. work guarantied. Alro, every desorip ion of standard SILVER WARE, plain and ornamental, manufactured under ciy own supervision, whioh hit customer* will fin.4 ? WW ? * *? j in Hupcnur in quality and finish to ncrtiiHrn waro I sold by dealers in general and repr<>i,ent?d a# their ' otu manufacture. I!. O. HOOD, | m 6 339 Pa. avenue, near 9th at. I Boots and shoes to suit imli times. We are now mannfacturins all kinds of boots and shoes, and oorstantTv reoeivinr t-mffl'm nM'r oi eastern rr.ade work of ever* ue-BBHI aonptior, iavis ?xpiessly to order, and will y KJ tw snid at a muoh lower iriM than has been* wi? heretofore ciiar<ed in tiua oity for ranch inferior articles. Pe-sons in want of Hoota and Shoes of eastern or Iftr made work, will always find a jood assortmen la store and at the lowest prices. Give as a call, SKIFF IN k. URO., a? *-r 314 Pennsylvania avenue. I 'HEAT MEDICAL HOUSE in THE CITY vi of Washington DR. BHL' hi* Southern Medio*! Honee, oorner of S. xtl> ?t a.nd pa. avenue, uniior the Clar- > endoa Hotel, I* the only ere in the known world 1 who ou permanently cure all diseases of a private nature in from 310 6 days. A permanent eure or no charge. ma l*-1m* I DUPONTB GUNPOWDER. I F'>r sale at manufacturers price*, by JOHN J. BOG UK, GBO*?*towi?7I). C., SoU Aimse* for tke Dutrict of Columbim. A larie snpp.y, embracing every vanetr. always , S on hami, *0*1 delivered Ifree to all part* of the Diet'let. Orders oan a. so i>ele(l at theoftioe of Adams' Kxpree* Company. Waehincton. D. C. fe S-lawlv T"5S&am??&&?"? , Darisy's Dtokens; Darley'* Cooper. J Appletoa s New Am*noan Cyclopaedia, volume J 1? n?.w ready. J An ' maw other New Book* rseetved this day j ' anl for mm aiouru?*al low prices. ?. ?! I jXV CURE CURE NervousHeadache * Headache. By the me of these Pill* the periodic) attacks or Nervous or Sick Htadachi may be prevented; and If taken at the commencement of an attack immediate relief from pain and aiokneaa will be obtained. They aeldom fail in removing the Nausea and Headache to whioh females are ao eubjoot. They act gently npon thebowela,?removing Costiveness. For Literary Men, Students. Delioate Female*, and all peraona of sedentary habits, they ara valuable aa a Laxative, improving the ippttiti, giving tone and vigor to the digestive organa, and re atoring the natural elaaticity and atrength of the whole ayatam. The CEPHALIC PILLS are the reault of long investigation and carefully conducted experiments, haviug been in use many yeara, daring which time they have prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and saflTerinr from He&da#e, whether onji nating in the nervous system or from a deranged slate of the stomach. They are entirely vegetable in their composition, and may betaken at all times with perfect safety Without making any change of diet, and the ab ttnee of any disagreeable tatte renders it tany 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 Dealers in Medioinea. A itox will be sent by mail prepaid on receipt o the PRICE, 85 CENTS. All orders shoild be addressed to HENRV C. ?PALOINe, 4** Cedar Stri et, New York. THE FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENTS OF SPALDING'S CEPHAMC PII.I s WILL CONVINCE ALL WHO SUFFER FROM HEADACHE THAT A SPEEDY AND SURE CURE IS WITHIN THEIR REACH. A* these Testimonials mere unsolicited by Mr. PpALDiJfG, they afford unquestionable proof o f the efficacy of this truly scientific discovery. Masonvillk, Conn., Feb. 5,1881. MH. 8pald!*9?Sir : I have tried your Cephaho Pi lis, and I like them ro well that I want you to end me two dollars worth more. I'art of these are for tbe Deichbor*, to whom 1 gave a few out of the first box I pot from yoft. Send the Pills for mail, and oblige Your ob't servant, JAMES KENNEDY. Hkvrrfobii, Pa., Feb. 6,1861. Me. SrALn^p?Sir: i vmli too to send in? one more box of your Cephalic Pills, I kiy* rtttivtd grtat dtnl tf bentAt front tK*m. Yours reepectfu'ly. MARY ANN STOIKHOUSK, Spruce Creek, Huntiwbtoh Co., P? ,1 January 18.1861. f H. O. Spaldihs?Sir: You will please send me two boxes of your Cephalic Pills. Send them immediately. Keapec'fally yours. JNO. B. SIMONS. P H ?I hav* u.'.td one box tj your Filu, and And tifvi txttllent. Bill* Vkrhos, 0>>io, Jan. 15,1961. SPAi.Diwa. Kt^.: Please find Inolosed twenty-five oents, for whion send me another box of vonr Crphallo Pills. Th*y art truly tk* but Fills I hart *v*r tried. Direct A. STOVER, P. M., iioile Vernon, Wyandot oo? O, Beverly, Mass., Dec. 11,1860. H. C. SpalD't?q. Es?j I wish for some oiroulars or larce show i>ills. to brine your Cephalio Pills more particularly before mr ountomers. If you hirve anything of the kind. p:eaae s*nd to me. Oneof my customer", who is subject to severe Hlnlr : ?W>? urtwat'iin, ( UBUftilf lAPting IWOflMF,) tfdl riff J of a? attack t* <m? Aour fcy your Pills, which sent her. Respectfully yours, W. 11. WILKES. KiT?oli>'>bt7ra, Franklin Co., Ohio,! January 9,1361. \ Henri C. SpAT.t>i?<a, No. 48 Cellar rtreet, New York? D??r Hir: lnolosed fird twenty-five gents, ias,? lor wfeioh wnd box of ' Cephaho Pills." i?ond to address of Krv. Win. C.Fllfor, Reynoldsbu"*, Frankiin ooanty, Ohio Your Pills ?eark ltk? a ckarm?cwt Htadaek* aimort instanttr. Truly youra, WM. C. FILLER. Yfsilauti, Mioh., Jan. 14,18C1. Mr. Spalding*??ir: Not Ion* since 1 sent to you for a box of Opto 10 Pill# for the cure ol the .Nervous Hoadaohe and Oostiveness. and reoeived the same, and tkey had so good an effect that I teas induced to tend/or more. Please send by return mail. Dir^^t to A. K. WHKRLRR. Ypaiiarvti, Mich. From the Examiner, Norfolk, Va. Oph&ho Pilln acoompiiah the object fr>r whioh they were made, vn: Cars of headache in ail iu forma. From the Examiner, Norfolk, Pa. They have been teetod in more than a thousand oaaea, with entire aucaeaa. From the Democrat, St. Cloud, Minn. If you are, or have been troubled with the head aohe.aend for a box,(Cephalic ^lila,) ao that you way nave them in caae of anjUt&ok. From the Advertiser, Providence, R. /. The Cephalic Pilin are anid to be a remarkably effective remedy for the headache, and one of the very beat for that very frequent complaint whicn haa ever been discovered. From the Western R. R. Gazette, Chicago, III. We heartily en tree Mr. Spalding, and bio unriv.*n<ul I."" VV|'IIW1U I LJ iO. From the Sanateha Valley Star, Kanawha, Fa. We are sure that persons anff??rinr with the h*ad ache, who try thom, will stick to thcin. From the Southern Path Findtr. Neio Orleans, La. Try them ! you that are afflicted, and we aro sure that your tostiin iuT can be a<id<td to the already numerous Ust that has received benefits that no other medioino can produoe. From the St. Louis Democrat. Tho immense demand for the artlole (Cephalic Tills) is rapidly increasing. From the Gazette, Davenport, Iowa. Mr. Spalding would not oonneot his name with an artiole he did not knot* to poaaosa real merit From the Advertiser, Providence, R. I. The teatimsrr in their fevor la atrong, from the moat respeotab'e quarters From the Daily Neics, Newport, R. J. Cephaho Pille are taking the place of all kmda. From the Commercial Bulletin, Boston, Mats, Said to be very efficaoioua for the headajhe. From tk* Comm*reial, Cincinnati, Ohio. Suffering humanity can now be relieved. KJ" A single bottle or HPALDlNU'Si FREPARED GLUE will save ten tamei its oost annually. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE.' SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! 8AVE THE PIECES! ECONOMY! DISPATCH |?7*'*A Stitcii in Time Savis Nihk."-TTI At aeotdeota will happen, even in well regulated families, it la very deairable to have ioni? chea*

iniJIonnvenient way for rep&irlag Furniture, Toys Crockery, Ac. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE tneeta all a nek emergenoiea, and no bonaehold oa iford to be withoat it. It is always ready, and to the ticking point "USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE." N. B.?A Brush aecompftniM Mflh Bottle. Prio k o?aU. Addnn HKNRY C. 8PALDIN6, No. 48 Cedar street. New York. CAUTION. ^B^HrALDINOU PKBPARED OLUE??B uvsrss, PUBLIC ADVERTISEMENT. pUBLIC N O T 1 C E. Dir AXTKIHT 0* TV* IlfTniOB.I ItuAmiim, I)ie. >, law . { Pnblio notioe ia hereby irivM that bonds and oonpons Annexed, of the deeoriytion hereinafter eet forth, hare lately been feionlonely abstracted from the oastody of the Interior Department, the ame being the property of the United 9tatea and held in trust for oertain Indian trlbee. Notioe has aleo been iiren to the proper officers of the reeeee tive SUtM to Stop the pay ment thereof; ud ill pereons are warned against pnrohaain* or reoeivinc any of aaid bonds and ootpooi, aa tha aiaim of tha United Statea thereto vill be proeeonted to Ue ntmoat extent. Each bond being for the sum of one thoaaand dollara, vis : Si* per oent. Miaaouri Cos yon Bonda, issued ui Jnne and Aufuat, 1857. State of Misaioari, St. Louia and Iron Mountain R R. State Bonds. Bond No. 2037 Bond No. 1823 1876 1827 1822 1097 1821 1908 ' 1820 2lH)8 1819 2007 1818 1093 1809 1994 1817 TOOK ioi? m.vw~ 101U 1891 1815 1990 1814 1892 1813 1991 1811 2003 1810 2002 1811 1992 1808 2006 2031 2005 2033 2004 2034 2001 2035 1999 2l?36 2000 3032 2009 1826 1877 1828 1878 1829 1879 1830 1880 1831 1881 1832 1882 1868 1883 1869 1884 1870 lOQC iaw? 1?W 10/X 1888 187) 1887 1873 1888 1874 1889 1875 1890 2030 2046 2029 2048 2018 ' 2049 2017 2047 2016 2044 2015 2043 2014 2040 2013 2411 20L2 2042 2010 2039 2011 2038 1825 99 bond* 1824 Nnrt.? Honda No. ind halnw nf ?hi? udu issued June. 185T, and bonda Sq>. 2noi,and above that, dated An*u?t, iwr, j?rabie at the Phoenix Bank. New York city, in 1887. State of Misiourtiix Mr oent. ooupon bande, viz: Hanmbal and St. joaeph Railroad State Bonda? Bond No. 1863 Bond No. 1036 1862 1027 1861 1628 1860 1629 1849 1869 1848 1866 1847 1863 1846 1862 . 1846 I860 1844 1M1 1831 1866 1336 1868 1833 1866 1834 1864 1834 1821 1837 1813 1838 1824 1839 1826 1649 1826 1840 1817 1836 1828 1?12 1829 1013 1830 1614 1831 1616 1641 10X0 JM3 1617 1A43 1018 1?44 101# 1045 1010 1?4<1 1011 1047 1011 1048 1804 1?37 * 1034 1038 1031 1840 1031 1841 1033 1843 1011 10SO 1857 1810 1030 1817 1030 1818 1039 1819 1841 1810 1013 1811 1034 1626 90 bond! Nova. Thete bondi are dated Jaanary, 1&5T, arable at Bank 01 Coimneroe, New Vork, in November, 188&?Interest pajable in Jannarr aod Julj of eaoh iear. State of Mlaaoun six per oent. Coupon North Mirroori ft, it. State bonus. Bond Nq^2952 Bond Ho, 1639 ZV4U 1038 2939 1641 3941 1641 2942 1643 2946 1644 2945 1646 2944 1646 2943 1647 2947 1648 2948 1649 2949 1640 2950 1650 2937 2922 2938 2923 1653 2924 1654 2936 1666 2961 1652 2963 1656 1657 2921 1706 ii?n - ? - - *M>3 I7IMI 2512 1707 JM8 24*1 ?U 2458 2516 2454 2516 2455 ?11 2456 ?16 2457 ?12 2458 ?ll 2459 2460 ?1? 2461 ?U 2462 ?17 2463 ?18 2464 3919 2465 ?20 2466 ?M 2467 2955 11C1 AV9I bu bo mis | Not*.?The bonds number*! 3516 ud below, lasued in Jauuary, 1W; No BIO, and above that, leaned in Aucnat, 1H37, payable at Phoenix Bank, New York oily. Missouri six per oent. Coupon Bonds, ns: North Missouri R. R. State bonds. Bond No. 2773 Bond No. 2763 2784 2787 2786 2730 2781 2717 2782 2734 2779 2721 2783 2719 2711 2733 2712 2722 2710 2720 *' **> 3710 2777 2717 2778 2794 276ft 2781 2788 27M J7?? 2789 277? 2718 2771 2715 278ft 2714 2778 2784 2772 2728 2776 2728 2774 2728 8780 2718 2782 278T MM Bo?d Ho. Ma0***"Ho. UN ** 6*1 W 6SM 6244 6266 6243 6264 4242 6266 6241 6263 6240 6262 6239 6261 *238 52M1 *237 1*6 6147 *334 6148 6133 6196 6233 6196 #331 6000 6300 4999 ?199 4997 5190 48V0 MOT 4AAA ?!? 5310 4889 5234 4888 5307 4878 5308 5U7 *309 5*1 51 booda 5308 No**.?ThM? bonds in dart>d Maroh, 149?; parableMaroh, 1887, at P bo out Bank. New Wk totaro?t payable In January and J mil of Moh yea/. Bond a of North Carolina- Com yon six per omU North Carolina aix per oonta. Bond N?. 35 Bond No. 303 33 301 ? soo 23 2t?7 9 236 T 244 549 203 348 160 347 104 346 20 ? 343 1 9 842 1 8 341 17 340 15 339 13 338 8 337 11 336 10 336 102 338 101 320 100 330 99 331 103 332 6 333 28 334 JJ 227 16 328 21 317 98 318 97 318 96 296 95 239 94 238 63 237 60 236 ? 303 72 bonds Noti.?Theee bonda arc dated January, 1856, Myabie January. 1*86, at Bank of Republic, New York, lnteren payable in Jannary and July. North Carolina 6 per oente. Coupon Bond*. Bond N*. 833 Bond No. 735 832 736 B3I 7S3 830 759 819 780 834 T61 835 7f3 830 TM 8J7 754 6?8 T90 8T1 T91 871 70S 871 793 874 704 876 796 876 TOO 877 TOT 878 708 0#A - in 880 BOO 881 mi 846 80) 847 80S 848 804 849 606 . 869 861 808 861 80T 841 El 864 81] 846 81I 846 814 847 ?16 848 816 866 817 861 818 862 819 86 S 820 864 811 866 822 866 823 8?T 824 868 826 869 826 tfrn dm w,w Oil 883 828 881 839 884 840 886 843 ?1 844 T8S 846 7 S3 734 104 bonda dsn!???* North Carolina six cent. Connor bonds. Bond No. 699 Bond Ho. 40* 600 494 605 496 604 496 606 497 606 flj] ?07 i9g 08 610 610 611 6H 481 611 481 61? 481 60? 484 814 486 622 48? 623 487 624 488 636 480 is 4w 627 638 628 MO 641 &4? 641 64J 643 641 616 643 644 MO MB 531 647 US 648 US 4* U4 649 ui 660 6M 661 6ST S?J 418 616 630 ?" 616 E2 414 !i! MT 466 614 ?7 4t2 468 646 470 ua J2 *47 s is 12 ? 430 471 431 47) 433 473 430 474 447 476 ?J 470 4,9 477 415 478 4? 413 ISo 411 T?. 601 611 544 491 119 beati 493 Mortb Carolina tlx yor Hit Coapoa Boadi Ooa pott* payable is April aa4 October, via: Forty fro koki of |1#? eaeh, iwe?4 by aa thontjr ofaa aottu moorporata tea Waatara Nortk Brad No. 61 Brad H*. 1S1 il IS) M 1U M 1*4 ft 1M 111 I Ho 9T Boad Re its * ias ? 104 100 16s 123 178 1si 1(1 im m 125 . its iso 194 1j7 m i? 190 its m iso 196 129 199 iso 200 1s7 104 4b bondi 140 Two bond a for 1,00ft onrh. dated Apnl, 18??. Bond No. 9 Bond No 19 FiJUmi bo do* for tl.flif mcA. dntod October, U5T tie faribU nt Bm.k of R?m'?>? . OotoWor. Bond No. 1183 Bond No. 1192 1184 119S 1185 1194 1188 1195 1187 1198 1188 1197 1189 1190 U bond. 1191 TMMMW SIX Mr PM'. Co* JOE Honda, of f ijw* a*ch?of lowol IN parah e 1WJ in N**' prfc Bitr,ohh?lo. .owing nnnthora.Md 4umI JmiBond No. 117 Bond No. 415 278 419 294 478 2V7 477 409 491 413 498 411 ?*o And oft-n x>llovine cambers ian*d Jmaary.lM* Bond No 828 Bond No 1278 82? 13*8 830 And o( t? rfolioving numbers :u??l January,l*? Ban i No. 1744 Bond No. 2054 211* 2*91 213S 2*92 Ji8l 3000 200* 3L21 And of tb? folio viae nambors issned January, imk. Bond No. 3149 Bond No. 4207 3464 4208 3405 4209 346* 4210 34*7 . 4211 3409 4212 3470 4213 *471 4214 8472 4431 3758 4527 3894 4529 394! 4550 2942 4554 2943 4566 3944 4549 3945 4579 3946 4671 3985 4749 4199 4751 4200 4881 And of U>? following numbers issued Januar;, lis* Bond No. 5056 Sond No. 5419 3195 5421 5826 5426 5359 5427 3360 5430 3361 5434 3362 5436 3363 5437 3364 54*8 3365 5439 3366 5440 M?7 *441 MM bUl MM M6J M70 M44 M71 U4t Mrs Mi J UTS ISIS M74 6*19 M75 biU M79 MSI MTT isn MT8 ms MT9 1794 M80 1795 M81 57W MS* 1707 MM I7rt M87 6709 IMS >?.? put 6389 6711 6390 6711 1391 6711 6392 6799 &93 6639 6416 684# (417 6842 6416 OniCI Of TBI HBTXBTABT or TBI IRTMIOK, Dw?inb?r 96. I860. ft U-dtf J. THOMSON, ?*cr?tftry. AT*LT THE REMEDY am* m r rn f/rr ? ?'? < ? *? jii nnjLL.rn. Friend, <io you' Are yu the victim of any I thoee uumerou* aiimenta whioh ana* iron a> KrHy of the bk oa.' W bat arc ihej, do job Mk i aak, what are they cot.' The hlocxJ litM aoaroe of lu? and health, bed it i? the fere: lrc.r-1 of oar being to rerpor.d to any oanae wtuoh affecta the ayatem, aa ti:e paiae infallibly etuwta The e?? freraJting Neuralgia, the irritating Kryaipe.aa, the aabtle Sorofcla, the agonising Rbeuruatianj, Ner oni l>ebiuty, Dvapepaia, Liver Complaint with it* toreor ano dojeoUoL, acd the nuaberleaa ilia that Beah la heir to. depve their hidecua origin from the wfKxl, Deal klr-d-y then and grow with the blotxi. ua? the vitalising reacureee of natare for ita aid. acd anflcr ua to commend to your ootife(>Doe and aae that traly valuable medtoanr.ert known aa IHDI Alt JBGETTBLR DECOCTION. With regard to Uua a.:no?t infallible aaee'fte aoao.&r aectiOceat baa apoken in decided tern:* ao5 the eridraoea of tbia great ?*?oeoy are aae I tamed by oonatart avowa.* of oi.reti ve efffeete and th* hap*test reanlta from ita aae are after all other | renediee and the beat mrdioal akih have faJiarf L/ot nr, in oooo: liMoc, tr.M oertifcoates oures are not Bought from the illiterate ud hnttoial, eat they are voianteered from the moil re Mao table soareea ana itistify the highest terma ib wh cfc it la possible to ooinmend ao ralaabte a specific to pat>lio approval. We may arid also thai tie on rati ve properties of the medioine are e^aallod pnly by lta restorative efleots. the system woowt lng from disease with renewed oonrtitatioua. ri?or. For aaie by ail respootable I'-uggists it this aity, and by the proprietor, M Kg. ML. COX, Nobs genuine tunes* her name la blows on ths bottle aDd nor seal oa the oorl IjT Pnoa 11 per bottle, six bottles for *. Wkoifui 1mm. F f*. T. GIBfcEL.. Drvgrlst eorgetown. D C- W holesals Agent for the District, and will supply the trad* at my pnoes. aall-tr 'pHE AW* SUFFICIENT THREE. TRIE0EMAR.1.3 and S-Protocted by Ro*a! Letters Patent of England, and secured by iLe peals of the Eoole de Pnarmaoie de Paris, and toe Imperial College of Medisiue. Vieina No. 1 is invaluable for exhaaslion and natorrhea. a..d all physioal disabilities. No. 3 ootrpietely eradioates all traces of thoee aibmtea mat tia*e bog hitherto treated by the tu mvui and pernioioaa we* of ouaaiva tod oebebe. No. 3 hu entirely snppianted the icjarious iu of meroBry. thereby Insuring to the ? u f! e rer apeedj relief, disparting all imparities, and routine ? the renoiri of dieeaee. TRIK*EMA R, No*.{.land S. are prepared La the form of a io?en$e, devoid of taate and stow', and can be carried il ih* waistcoat pookeC toll in tin cuw. and <s:vid?d ia)o separate doaee, aa ad ministered by Velpnan, la. emend. Rob*, R>oc-<r kc Priee #3 each, or four oaaee for #9, which paves #8, a&d m ?? oaaee, where br taere la a eav u* of ?f?. To be lied, wfcoleaale and retail, o( i*. pARUOW,of 194 11 street. NewYerk. 1 ii. ^euiatelf on reoetnnt a remittanoe, j)r. Mar roe will forward the Trie? iimr to any part of the tor .'., aecurely packed, and addressee aeeordtnc to the Inst/ uotiona ol the writer. The Book,of all othera, that ahoald lie read hy men with damaged and broken down o<>i.aUt?ti?>f i la "Homai. Frailty, or Pajsioiofica! Reeearehea." It la beaatifhliy illastrau d and treats "irately o| all tne synp oms that mranab y dereloa them ee'yea, sooner or later, reealti&c from the frailUe* Bad rlUatiuf habiu or earl? youth. ? uw Tioum nom ehapcj the fmitioc of the m?tn onu: if aoteheclted wt Umf.din?fctiag til the furcUonj of manhood, a~d brlngm# bin. ?te? bj et*? to* !in?*rn.t nBLuaeif de?ih &o d by Dr. MARROWY) Bi??-cker itMt,T?( doon Now lliW'!?oiil, New York. Priee SI "Tsasis'^ssris^D.Mwm?. i acton.D. C. <*? ?-%m NVSE?'AJVI}fcS^,V.?.'?r=li' Tmtiieoi Ue Adnimetrfttio* end Driiuu Don of the Britieh Ana*, bjr Edward Marriaitoc PooblMcve, 1 vol., Ivo. kngliek edlttea; prtoe by mail |4 In?tr??tion for Pkeld Artillery, 1 to!., ltaoprice j ..m>a-ioi wm r?? taroa d? Joau 1.1 ml , li?o ; bt: o* hr Mil ?1A>. JLTi?Iim " Fie d Fo> Uhoawon, by D- H. Mk ku. 1 ool.. Mm?.; fl Ac bl?m*oU.M Tre+ff o* Advanced ?oard npKU"! %??&&& &??" " Forbe", t tow , Mmo ; pnoe ^ mail ft jEvoiaOoti* ol FUU ofATtUlwy by Major Robert Andorsoa, I ?oU 18mo ; mat by thr a?aal 4i?o"antof 1* to ?n m oo"t-??a*l boaixJ books. FRi M.H k K1HB-TKIN. aaB (lalARaa.) 2Ta fa ivwn