Newspaper of Evening Star, April 12, 1861, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 12, 1861 Page 4
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"W ? ____ THE EVENING STAB. I THE HOMESTEAD When first U>? ski** craw warm and bright. And fl*?h ?ith to!<f th? h^urs. And la h*r pale. faint rwtw>e. tas spring Is* up U<" W^an cn?!<lr?n with ons'ipeered feet 6" forth with hearts of *lee, T? the straiskt and ?vm furrow*. \Vh?re ti.e y?!low ocrnmu?tb?. Wh?t a bseutffn' embodiment Of e&ae. devoid of pride. Is the itK-d nld-fa?hioned nomeettaj, W ith the doors stiil open wide. Bet when the happiest time has come. That to the year belongs. k.;.w? .,?k u Ul up UU' VI l?u? W Iftll lt?l v b |UIU| a nd in??rfowi fall of eon??; When the field* of jet unnpeced com, And daily garnered stores. Remind the thrifty hu?b*nacan Or amp!? threghnr floorsHow pleasant from the Jin and dust Of the thorouihlare a'oof, 8e*ms the old laihior,od homestead, Witn steep and mossy roof. Whan hom? the woodman plods, with axe Upon his shoulder swncg. And in the knotted *ppletr9e Are scythe and siokfe bum; w hen the light swallows twitter 'Neath t*-e rafters of the shed, Ard the table on the ivi?d poroh With deoent carp is sorea<i: Then heart* ire lighter and freer. Than be\t in the populous 'own, la the o d faahioned homestead. With gable sharp and brown. When the flowers of summer parish la the cold and bitter rain, Aud litt.e birds with weary wings Have gone across tn? main; W hen curls the bine 'm^ke upward. Toward the hlu*r sky. And aoid. a'oig * ie nased hills. And white tha obow drifts lie,? In legends of iove and slory rhey forget the cloud and storm. In the o!d-fa?hioned homestead. With hearthstone large end warm. > !rr They have got a quack doctor in jail at | Burlington, Vt , not for murder, which would glee the case a professional a!r,?but for petty larceny.?a crime unbecoming a mtdicalman. This fellow, wbo calls himself Dr. Taskar. is the uaie chap -who ban floured In various parts of the country ? '-the celebrated Scotch. English and and Indian Physician," a compound of nationalities which must constitute a rather potent mixtura f In his advertisement! he wu accustomed to boast tbat he couid ''prescribe for patients hundreds of miles off. as well as if they were pr?*ent"? a statement which, very likely, was more than the aim pie truth! The Crisis Arrtcnso thi ""Com "Markkt. ?Tne Boston Post says one of the--solid men" of that city, had occasion a day or two ago for the paln-*xtracting service of a corn doctor, and ?Kil< tK? nn?f atinn U'DI rrniner An tK? til V tun, a A I on the state of the time* " Huslnrss with me it remarkably dull," remarked the doctor. "You don't sav that the Southern troubles affect your buslne*a,'' said the patient ' Indeed I do," rejoined the doctor. *' But re illy vou don't say that people, to avoid paying twenty-five or fifty cents, will suffer the pain of their corns?" " No," replied the doctor, "but the times make people wear their old boots and shoes, and they don't have any corns." trr"Nothing on earth can smile but man!' mays Beecher And the Hartford Times replies, m rt W?J i _i _K * _*?- ? _ - u . ?? oiu you rcri^Di ^OXDin'?DOIDID' Oil P8HD can imile but m?n. Flowers have cups, but they can't crook the elbow They can't smile. That's what's the matter Bird*, also, can't come in neither, too. They have beaks, but no beakers. What do they know about The babbles that aw! m on the beaker's brim?' "What do they care about juleps? Not a straw. Their only idea of a cocktail is a bunch of feathers. No, a smile is 'the pr>rogiti ve of man'?rf man with a sixp?nse in his breeches?or, at least, three cents " ir~T Thursday was tue last day of the book tTade aalr in New York It has continued for even days, with sal's said to average from #10,WO to 914.000 dally, or SlUO.dOO for tb? whole time. Tbe result result greatly surpassed what was -J * ? ? J a * I - ? - - iwvv iw, ?aa it w<u regaraea u a mgniy sat.sfaetory sale. 1^7" Over 28.000 vole* were actually polled In Rbode*l*land on Wednesday. The number exceeds by more than 2.0W tbat of the vote Bt the Presidential election, :.:>d fain short of that of the unparalleled election of lest spring by oaly about row. A QtrxaY.?The New York Commercial asks "If the President of the Southern Confederacy should be unable to negotiate either the bonds or the treasury notes, would not the geographical situation at Deeti'j Straits be materially changed II r~ A vonnor irtrMc In Ml1?n ' 1 ? -j- _ ^ -v.- *u hum v icii i ki iu*r wrh a priest, and told him at the coniVssional the secret of her heart. He recommended contrition for the mortal sin," and poor Rachel drank .rsenle. Freaefcy, wasn't It ? ir^The Charleston Courier, of Frldav, has thsfoUowlne significant Item in Its editorial column: "If Montgomery imitates Washington too so- a, the seat of government may be removed." UT9!r Howard Douglas asserts that shipbuilders well know that the bottom of a well-coppered timber ship will outlast three tops; but in iron ships ons top will wear out three bottoms. ^TTIw Hawaiian Kingdom, which was estimated to have a population of 4U0.UU0 la 1779, by the last census shows only 69,Sou souls. The decrease has beeu>*guiar and sure. ETThe British Ho'jse of Commons b*s or<*e I mors voted tn favor of the abolition of Church rates, two hundred and sixty-six agalust the bill. rWL. a_ ?? ? ? ? g i arrr is ? coiorea woman in Charleston, f*. C , who pay# taxes on #40,000 of real estate a ad 14* la vet. A runaway negro girl was found dead ntar Farmvllle, Va.,a few days siuce, nearly eatea up by buzzards. CT Wm A. CbrSstmao, lately a clerk In the tai receiver's office lu Philadelphia, dropped dead on Friday. AciKJVA LZfA/T THE HOTELS. willaku?' MOTKL. ? A Catrinii end ly, B R Potriken, R Kane, B Phillips, 1) Williams, J S??ckfc?tae, J P WlUtaton. J Spink, T Denager, G M Lanman, T Weba'er. E Booth. Mitt J King, A D Jeaaup, U Prtfri and ly, C Taylor. Pa; W p.t**, KD Off den. A Ely, Hon <V Waif, W Vandcomber, Mim Post, J A Geary, Mr Savage, L ? PwmI, Hon E Ward, W B TaylJr, Mr Veav, B ColliM E Borke, T L Jewltt. H Barnry. A W Ufll, H P Aver*. T Stephen*. C Babcock. G Travla, L Douba, A Horner, R M Cowen,NV: E B HnntBgtfn. M Howard, J S Cbulkra, J Urutxitntl Ct; J Mvcbell. Ooy Htcka, J Jeffry, E Shorter |M L Kowo C Howe. C B Stewart, Md; J C -leybouri e, Eng; M R Morgan. J B&rriger, Col linger. Col Kipiry, USA; T L Hennedlan, G Carliale. E Jordan, W B Jobnaton, W Alexander, O; A Wb?eiocic arid fam, Maw; Hon R Spalding and fain, N J. NATION AL HOTEL ?G H Barne, J Gay, W Jihoaos, J W Long, VV 8 Qagood, S hitter, <J H Tucker, J B Swaia. Mn * ??-?w" " " * ?j ?. -. ?? ?iam uaiU, O IV (QBQ* dock. H J Srdgwtcb, W S Magatre, J W Nye, J N Ewln, J J Reyoolda, T S Cainbert, NY; J D ban born. G Eferett, R Ball, Mm; A G Webster, C Lut 111; Ur Emction, W White, L S Weill, J Meyer. T Adumi. J Campbell and ly, J P Kelley, C A Sawyer, Pa; F G Ruwell, Mich; J P Harris and ly, Tenn; E W MarehuU.SC; XV M Barron, La; / R Ho*tr. S R George, Ur George, Md; G Slmona, L S Fisher, M F Scott. O; M S Wilkinaon, Mian; S C O alia her, J S Stack, N J; T Metage, S ot BVMlWIJ ?""" - nu i m,?u p Scott, W Cunningham, W Herbert. J Cuben, O Towers and ly, A Revet, Mto Alrten, Va; O it Burrow*, M Morgan, J H Heid, P Hontly, NY; J B Foley, O Harris, Mr* U Icobeil, P Martin and iy, (i M UtUet, N O A <!??'son. Md; \V Spier, W Owings and ly, Ps; C Ml'l. J B (iardon. XC; 4 Churchman, N J; HI. Wood, li UDem'.on.O; W M Hamilton, Tex; J J Nolan, La; C Skillman, Us. IllKKWOOD HOUSE?Hon W Willward, ft; L Madwrll, J W Eastwood, J Baker, Va; A Harris, L O'Neil, DC; W H Alien, \V McClery, Md; J Edelin, l'8A; D D Perkins. R Douglass, B ^ainnsoi), D Newport, NY; J H D Sohnaon, Tooa ? OCRA NSVKA mpb?' ? - -- ? -- ?nm oviy LtliVLf U AYS From ran Uhitbb Statu SlM*ur<. l.mrt. For. Dayi New York N?w \ ork... Bremen ... A pi 13 Kurop* New York... Liverpool... .Api 17 B* tie7._..~....New York...ll&vr* Aplan f rmi?-.? - New York...Liverpool Api 24 Pri?o* Albert ^wr York...OiuwaT Apl 27 Faitoa So?th'pl4)* ?New York . .A 3 Btvun _!*<?uUi'ptiin ..New York. ...Apl 4 firemen SJouth'ptun... New York....Ap 17 H??iaMii?.....?&outh'pU>a . ...New York. ...Api II fvi rLANNEEY'S MARBLK WORKS. i~l CU(SIKTHIIDIXDHSTI. MONHMKNT* TOMB 8LAU^. HKaD j?TONKP, MANTELS, and all kinds of Ornarr)<*ota Work in Marbla x^eat^i in an artistic M?nn(" with .? ?? ? and d?* pitch Mt Olxrtt I'tmutrry.?Per?oD? wno havi? rem red r? and who ' cure to emb? lah tl eir n w grounds can do to at prsctieal workiarmaa'a pr?#?. w?aagaola>* WOOD AND COAL. OU Will carol y ret yo?r money's worth ty ealliaf at tn? PIONEER MILLS, tomtkvttt tut ntr v ftrmtA ilrist CaMi, |?KO PAKK, urad frM of abarga. If 101 don't Mi?t? it. giva tba Pwomt Mitfa a tnat, aad ba aatiafi ed. . -a - : . - " C^OOD ARTICLEg.-ViOORE'8 INSECT and 1 Vi- JOHN irfiffTEOTLR w* r.d yoa .1 ?u*?ha<u A?<s. Moore's Hit auA ill r?rm?r?|J3iot, .T?rn ?l or |mu of aay kind, fri>? !?? i??t Jabaau fabric, silk or woolen, witHour injury to oolor or otkanrtaa; will eleaa Kid liaftttifaL'i. vitk utle labor. For saia at Grarfkwhdna Da*>t, lj| % I TKAVELKB8' DIREOTOBY. DALT1HORE and OHIO railroad. I? Washington branch. rnammmm? CHANGE OF HOURS. On and aftw SUNDAY, N ore? bar 36th. 136fl, U* trains will ran as follows: LEAVE WASHINGTONt First tr%i n at a. m. Second Train at 7.40 a. m. Fhird train at 3.10 p. m., Express. onrth trafn at 6 p. m. * LEAVE BALTIMORE: First train at 4.15 a. ra.. Express. Second train at 8JS a. mThird at 3.10 p. m. Fourth at 4.2" p. m., Express. Tho first, seoond and third trains from WashU(ton oorfneot through* o Philadelphia and New The seoond and third oonneet at Washington Junction with trains for tb? West, Soath, and Northwest: also, at Annapolis Junotion, for An napolis. Fpt Norfolk take the 740 a. m. tralu. for the accommodation of the way travel between Wash ins ton and Laarei, a passenger oar will be attached to the tonnage train whioh leaves at 11 a m. On Saturday the 3.10 p. m. train foes to Philadelphia only. no 36-a T. H. PARSCW8, Agent RnTTflATTOVAT. T FEMALE EDUCATION. HOSE Parent* who with their dau?ht?ra to r*oeive a thoroagh ana systematic) education, where their phywoal training will reoeivedailr and special attention, under the tyost approved system of Calisthenics and (irmnastjoa, are respectfully invited to visit the Union Female Academy, corner Fourteenth at. and New York av. MR. & MRS. Z. RICHARD#, au an tf Principals. Female boarding and day school ALEXANDRIA, V A. Mrs. S. J. MoCORMlCK, Principal. The thirteenth annual session of tnis Institution will commence on Tuesday, September 18th, in the house recently oooupied by Sylvester Scott, Esq., No. ISO King street. The course of study pursued will comprise all the branches requisite to a thorough English Kdnoation, and Music, Frenoh, Latin and Drawing, il desired. In addition to day sehoiars. Mrs. MoCormiok is prepared to receive a limited number of pupils as boarders, who. constituting a pari of her own family, will be uii'ler her immediate care and supervision. She will endeavor, as far as possible, to sur round them with the comforts and kindly ianuenoea of Home. Rtjerenct*.?Rev. Geo. II. Norton, Rev. Dr. Ehaa Harrison. Rev. D. F. Sprigg, William H. Fowle, Esq., Edgar Snowden, Km.. Edmund F. Witmer Esq., Henry Marlmry, Esq., Lewis MoKenn* i Esq., Robert H. Hun ton, Esq. W. D. Wallach Editor Evemng Star, Benjamin Waters, Esq., J as Entwisle,Jr., Esq.,Col. John W.Minor, Lovdoon Messrs. Blaaklock & Marshall, Messrs. Cor Brothers. Tumi. Board, with Tuition in aJl the Rnrllah Rrknnhsa. #2f? for the annual aeeaion?payable emi-aiicuall j, in adv&ncs. Mumo and Langnacea at Profeiaora' pnoea. No extra charge*. an 88-tf GAS FITTING, Ac. WGAS FIXTURES. E Have in store, and are dai.y reoeinnc, 9AS FIXTUKESofantiraij New Patternaand Designa and Piniah, superior in atrle to anything heretofore offered in thia market. We invite oitisena general it to call and examine our a took of Gaa ana Water Fixturea, feeling confident that we have the toot elected a took in Washington. All Work in the ai>ore line intrusted to *ur ear* win oe pruicpuy aiienueo to. MYERS h MoGHAN. mart-tf 376 D street. 1 SNYDER PL UMBER AND OAS FITTER, Han removed to the corner of Twelfth and F atl. Hen prepared to introduce Water and Caa upon the most favorable terma, and guarantiee onur* astiafaotion. Henas on hand a lot of COOKING and other STOVES, which h? will aeil leas than ooat, aa he wishes to get rid of them. no 17 OFFIClfoF INSPECTOR AND SEALER OF GAS METERS. Washington. july 11,18*0, NOTICE IS HEREBY til VEN. That, atreoaMy to the provisions of the ordinanoe of the Corporation approved May 12, l??0(the undersigned if now prepared, "whenever repaired in writing, and on pre paymeut of the fee of fifty oenla, to inapeot. xamir.e, test, prove, andaeoertain the aocaraoy of registration ofany gaa meter in uae in Una oity." Every met?r. lflound will and another, sea.od and marked as true, will ?etiai'? p.aoe. If proved to be aoonrate in its mPs?ur< mo;.t of [U, it will be tealed accordingly, and again put in position for use. Ofllee No. #10 Seventh street, (near Odd Fel.ows* Ha'M <>pen from 8 a. m., to I ?. in. CHAKUKS W. CUNNINGHAM, jy 18-tf Irspeotor and Sealer of Sas Meters. XK NOTICE. /*\ / l H E M O V A L. XW1 9 V I have removed mr PAWN OFFICE to 331 C street, between 4K and 6th atreeta, immediately ia the rear of the National Hotel, whoa the buaineea will be oontinued u heretofore at the oldatand. (col5-6m1 ISAAC HERZBER0. "IT NEVER FAILS!" 1 " IT WILL PAY THE PEOPLE !" I take gr?*?t pleasure In annonnoine to the oitizens and atrangcra of Waahinrton that I hare just returned from the North with a very fine and lame lot .,f Sl'KINti and SUMMER CLOTHING. FURNISHING UOuD*. TRUNKS. HATS and CAPS, which 1 have bought mostly for each, and I aii preparod to sell them off at very low prioea. N. B.?All of theae goods have been made up within the laal month : therefore, vou can cot the latest stv!es at J. H SMITH'S, No. 460 Seventh at., opposite Post Office. ap 5-1 m DOB a?. rwn otAIurmW A PACKET OF PAPER S AND ENVELOPES NO TO MATCH, CHARGE METROPOLITAN BOOKSTORE. PHILP Jt SOLOMONS, Agtntt for Laurent*'? ctltbrattd Linen Fap*ri, "Metrvrt'uan MM*," *e.. *c. mN It 33ii Pa. ? ., tx*. 9t^ and 10th ate. VV OKTH OF BOOTS, SHOES A*D TRUNKS, Of till Stylet and (fualiitti, AT A ttRJtAT aACEIVICX ON CO?T. StcTtfoT Hint and Fixtures for Sal*. AJ1 the Stock in 8. TTHOOVER'S STORE, M^Wlrun Hall,embracing,every virntf^* Mfflof Ladies', tienu', Children'a and **0?Q^?r*an??'SHOES Al?o.TRAV TW ELIN6 TRUNKS are now being aold,/or' en>k,nt groat aacnfiooaon i?aual retail aellmrlpricea. indeed much below oririn?l <vi?t- TK? the publio u nolloited, as great inducements vil! be mad? to purchasers. The above oomprises a iarm ?took of the finest Iuahiy French and Amerioan Gaiters.Sboes, Boots, ,o., to., for ladies and *entlemen. Tft? Store is for rent and the Fixtures for sale. Apply on t?e premmes, Iron Hall. N. B.?The alnive stook, either in whole or in part, will !k? sold at private sale. To any one desirouH of entering the Boot, Shoe and Trunk Business tnis adords a better opportunity than may again be presented. 1'ersons indebted will o< nf?r a favor by promptly oallinc and settlinc their aooounta. ja7 tf JUST RKOKlVKtfTHIS DAY BY FRENCH A RICHSTE1N. pesm. avknub, N*fro? a-d Negro Slavery; the first an inferior raoe, the latter ite normal condition, by J. H. Van Evne. M. D. A1 the New Books and Paters of the day constant v on hand Our usual disoonnt of 10 to SO per Odnt. on all bound books. FKfcNCH * RICIiSTEIN. ap 5 97S Penn. avenue. WATCHREPA.R^O^Sl^VER WARE I ka?? 1 * " " m uuc VI tll? Mil BiUMH 1 ID m6l)tl|, Uld ftirniahed with a complete ut of tooia for repairin* every deaoriphon of fin* Watohea, and r^|] particular attention five to the aame, by a^HH tkorouch oompetent workmanApd a. work guarantied. Al?o, every deaorip ion of ataadard SILVER WARE, plain aid ornamental, manufactured nnder my own auperviaion, which my ouatomera will fcna far anterior in auality and fimah to northera war* old by dealer* in general ana refreeented aa their own manufaotufe. H. O. HOOD, ae 6 *39 Pa. avenue, near Kb at. gOOTS ANi) TO SUIT TIC Wear* now macnKcturin* all kind* of BOOT? tad SHOES, and oor.etanUT reooivink ag^a IBtllv of Mitiro m*rt? w??W ?# ? ?via v* w?oii ae-BMM eori?tlofi, mace expressly to order, and willy ] be aold at a much lover price than Iim beea* Mb heretofore oharged in Qua oity lor maoh inferior articles. Persons in want of tfoota and Shoes of oaaUmi or <ut? ma?le wort, wiil always find ajood assortmen in store and at the lowest anoee. Gire aa a odu GRIFFIN k. BRO., Mt-r 314 Fennsrlrania areime. C^keat medical HOl'sf. in the CITY i i of Washington. DR. his Southern Medioal House, | oorner of MiTth ??<( " ?* ' ... -- * ?. r??uiiuc, wnaer in? UJ&r eu4ou Hotel, u the only t?ne in the known world who can permanently cure all dianuos of a print* nature m from 3 to 6 day . A permanent cure or no oharce. ma IH-lm* DUPONT'S GUNPOWDER, For cale at maimlaotffret* prioe?, by JUH] J. BOS UK, GKO*??towi*,D. C? Ait Atmti for tkt District of Coivmtrt*. f"?* "?; Dvley'i CooeW. A p pi Mod' N?w Amenoan Cyolopaadia, volume It bu* ready. , A nH siany otfcer New Book* mxlnd this day r^r^?ffisfewRw. ^-aUcjb NervousHeadache Headache. By th* im of theae Pills the penodio attacka of IVirrtM or Suit Htadmckt may be prevented< and If taken at the commencement ot an attack immediate relief from pain and aickneaa will be obtained. Ther seldom fell m rononni the Nmtutm and Htadcukt to whioh female* ana ao subject. 1 They act gently upon thebowela,?removing Cottivmtst. For Literary Men, Student*, Delicate Feraalea. and all peraona of sedentary kabitt, ther are ml sable la a Laxative, improving the aprelut, giving tone and vigor to the digeetive organs, and re storing the natural elaitioity and straagth of the whole system. The CEPHALIC PILLS are the result of long investigation and carefully conducted experiment*, uaving been in uee many years, during whioh time they have prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and * offering from Headache, whether ongl nating in the nervous system or from a deranged state of the stomtv.k. They are entirely vegetable in their oompositinn, and may be taken at all times with perfeot safety without making any change of diet, and the ab sente of any disagreeable taste renders it easy to administer them to children. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! The genuine have five signatures ol Henry C. Spalding on eaoh Box. Sold by Druggists and all other Dealers in Medioinee. Box will be sent by mail prepaid on reoetpt o th* PRICE, 9ft CENTS. 11 orders should be addressed to VS? ?r AliVlllVl 4H CKDAR SmiTi NEW YO*K< THE FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENTS OF SPALDING'S rPPHAi ir mr ? c *_/ M~d . iinijtv x iuuC| WILL CONVINCE ALL WHO SUFFER FROM HEADACHE THAT A SPEEDY AND SURE CURE IS WITHIN THKIR REACH. As these Testimonials irere unsolicited by Mr. Spalding, they afford unquestionable proof of the e fficacy of this truly scientific discovery. Maso.nvillk, Conn.. Fob. 5,1861. _Ml. Spaldiwo?Kir: I have tried yoar Cephalic run, an?i I like tHem so well that 1 want Ton to end mo two doiiar* worth more. Part of these are for the neighbors, to whom I l?J? ? few out of the first box I %ot from yofl. Send the Pills by mail, and oblige Vourob'tMrvant, JAMES KENNEDY. Havkeiohd, Pa., Feb. 6,1861. Ml. Spalpiho?Sir: I wish you to send ire one more box of your C*phaho Pills, I Kavt rtuxvtd ? trial dial ben?/lt from Um. Tours respeottully, MARY ANN STO IK HOUSE. Breves Ckxek, OuifTTJ??Toif Co., Pa.,I ? January 18,1K1. { B.C. Spaxbirv?Sir: You will please send me two boxes of your Cephalio Pills. Send them immediately. Resppotfnlly yours, JNO. B. SIMONS. P S ?/*av? uttd on* box of y<mr Pilu, and find Hum mmJImI. Belli Vxxnox, OMo, Jan. 15,1961. Hnir C Spaldiho. Ers Please find inoloaed twenty-fire oects, for whion send me soother box of your Cephalio Pills. Tkty art truly tk* but Pilhl kav? txtr trud. Dlreot A. BTO V ER, P. M.. Belle Vernon, Wyandot oo., 0. Bxvbklt, Mass., Deo. 11, I860, b. C. BpaLdih?. Em- 1 wish for some circulars or large show r>i]lsvu> bnnr your CephaiicL Pills iuuio pftruooiftrij ocior? my ouuomeri, IT yon have ruvthinc of the kind. pl^aee ??nd to me. One of mj customer*. who la inbjeat to severe Pick Headaohe. (uauallv laMjag t*ort?T?,) was Pi red. of am attack in u?? hour by y<mr Pillt, which aent her Kevpeotfully youra, W. B. WILKES. Rktholpsbuko, Fbaweli* Co., Ohio,* January 9,1861. \ Hksiit C. Hpaldim0, No. 48 Cedar ftreet. New vnrb_n?. o!.. i?i---j ? ' * " - , Vi Ulli 1UVUIDU udu iwen?y-nve centa. i <23.) for whioh send bo* of ' Ccphalio Pilla." j mud to addr??b? of Km. Win. C. Filler, Reynoldai bn-jt, Frankiin county, Ohio Your pillt work llks a c.\arm?curt Htadacht almost tntianter. Truly yonrt, WM. C. FILLER. Ypsilarti, Mioh., Jan. 14,1861. M*. SpAl.Dtw??Sin Not lone since I aent to you for a box "f Cephauo Pills fur the oure of the Nervoui tinadaohe an<1 Coativeness, and received the Mm", and tkty kad to good an eftct that I was induced to find for more. Ple?*e aend by return mail. Direct U> A. R > W M ft*. EL E R? Ypailauti, Mioh. From tke Examiner, Norfolk, Fa. Ophalto Pills accomplish the ob>eot fhr whloh they were made, vis: Cure of headache in ail its ; f<?rm?. From tke Examiner, Norfolk, To, The* have be?n tested in more than a tbcnaaud cum, with entire auoeeaa. Prom ike Democrat, St. Cloud, Mime. If you are, or hare been troubled with the headache, aend for a box,(Cepbaho Pilla,) ao that yon mar have them id oaae oi an.attack. From tke Advertiser, Previdence, R. /. The Cephalie Pilla are aaid to be a remarkably effective remedy for the beadaohe, and one of the fAr* f?r ?Ka? *" ' ?, ...... ?*7i j ii^umii oomfiaim wiucn haa ever been diaeovered. From tk* Western R. R. Oazette, CAtcajo, /II. 1 We bearMly endorae Mr. Bpaldin*, and hia nnrivailed Cephalic Pills. Prom the Kanorek% Valley Star, Kanawka, Ta. We are auie that peraooa auff>rinc with the head ache, who try them, will etiok to taem. Prom the StmiA'm Path Finder, New Orleans, La, I Try them ! you that are afflioted. and we are tare , that yoar teatiraonv can be added to the already i numerona Mat that haa received benefita that no t otner medioine oan produoe. Prom the St. Louis Democrat. The immense demand for the artlole (Cephalia Pilla) la rapidly inoreaaing.

Prom tkt Oaxette, Davenport, low*. Mr. &ps4din( would not oonneot hia name with an artiole he did not know to poaaeaa real merit. Prom tki Advertiser, Providence, R. I. The tMtimerv ia their favor la atrong, from the moat reapeetab'e ?oart*ra Prom the Daily News. Nnrmort- W ' Gephalio Pilla are taking the place of ail kinda. From I A* Commercial Bulletin, Bolton, Mast. Baid to be very eAoaoioua for tfce headaohe. From tk* Commtrexal, Cincinnati, Ohio. Sufarini knnunlt* mb ??11 .... V? avw vs IDHTN. irr A Mingle bottle of BPALDINtt'Sj PREPARED GLUE wUl eare ten time* lU ooet annually. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! SAVE THE~PIECES! ECONOMY! DISPATCH U7"**A Stitch ih Time Save* Niwm."-/Tl A* acotdenta will happen, even in veil regulated (kmiliee, it la very desirable to haveeome ohtap anO?>nveni<?nt way for repairing Furniture, Toy Crocker*. *-?. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE m?ieu all inch r mergenoiea, and bo boaeehold oa afl'ord to be withoat it. It m tivaji ready, aad a to the attokinc joint. - USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE." N. B.-A Brush aooompanlea eaoh BoUle. Prie 26 cauU. Addieu HENRY O. SPALDING, , No. 48 Cedar treat. New York. CAUTION. As oerUin anprinoipied feraoneareatteaptiacto tMCSS - *?< C7"SALDINO'S PREPARED ?LUK.?I) * PUBLIC ADVERTISEMENT. pUBLIC N OTI C B. PabUo socio* la karator glvmi UmI boada mA otfou untaxed, of tha deaonrtioo ktratutar aat forth, h*v? latal j bean felonloaely MMMI ifo? the ou?UkJt of the Interior Department, the earn* being the y ropert? of the United Sutee ud held ta trnet for oertaia Indian tribe*. Notice hai aleo been given to the proper oftoeri of the reepeotive State* to atop the paynot thereof; aad all pereoae are varaed againat pnrahaains or reoeiviac any of eaid boada aad ooapoaa, a* the olaiaa of the United btatee thereto will be proeeeated to the ntmoet extent. Eaoh bead being for the mat of ?m thouaaod dollara, vis: But per oent. Miaeonri Oompon Boada, fanned in Jane aad Aag aet, 11*7. Stat* of Miaeionrt, St. Lotla aad Iron Monntaln R R. Stat* Bonda. Bond No. 1037 Bond No. 1823 1876 I8r 1998 1623 1997 1B31 1998 1820 2008 1819 2007 1818 1993 1809 1994 1817 1995 1819 1891 1813 1990 1814 1892 1813 1991 1812 2003 1810 2002 1811 lOQ* IO/vQ mwwm w/vo 2006 3031 3006 3053 3004 30*4 3001 3036 1999 3036 3000 3031 3009 1836 1877 1828 1878 1829 1879 1830 1880 1831 1881 1833 1882 1868 1883 1849 1884 1870 1885 1871 1886 1871 1887 1873 1888 1874 1889 1876 1890 1030 1045 1019 1048 1018 1046 1017 1047 1016 1044 1015 2043 2014 2040 20 LS 2041 2013 2043 3010 2039 2011 2038 ?1826 99 boada 1824 Not*.?Bonds No. SdOO, and bnlov of this series, iMotd Jut, 1M7. and bonds No. IWI. aad above Bank, Nov York oily, in 18*7. State of Missouri su Mr oent. oonpon bonds. Tin: Hannibal aad St, Joseph Railroad State uvuu?? Bond No. 1863 Bond No. 1616 1851 ier 1851 1428 1850 1629 1849 1859 1848 1865 1847 1863 1846 1863 1845 IMA 1844 1861 1813 18*6 1816 1868 18SS 1856 1834 1864 1836 1833 1837 1833 1838 1834 1833 1831 1649 1830 1646 1837 163ft 1838 1613 1839 1613 1836 1614 1831 1416 1641 1616 1643 1643 1018 1044 161t 1946 * 1620 1640 1M1 1647 1611 1648 1864 1637 1614 1638 1681 1846 1631 1841 183) 1843 1611 1664 1867 1816 1036 1817 1M0 1818 1089 1819 1841 1830 102S 1821 1014 1019 90 boada NoTP!nb?r, I88frilntere?t p&jfcble u? Jaaiary tad Julj of Moh yms. Mate of Mitaoan ?U Mr ?ent. Con ton North Mlrroori E. R. State bonds. Bond Noil962 Bond No. 1089 1940 1038 2989 1641 2941 1642 2942 1643 2946 1644 2945 1645 2944 1646 2943 1647 2947 1648 2948 1649 2949 1640 2950 1650 2937 2922 2938 2923 1653 2924 1864 2936 1665 2961 1662 2963 1666 1657 1921 170k 2468 1T06 1511 17or 1611 1461 1514 1451 1616 1464 1616 1466 Mil 1466 1914 1457 ?11 1468 ?1? 1469 2IIV 2706 3731 3708 3700 3709 3731 377? >, 271$ 2771 271ft 2786 2714 2778 3704 2772 2728 2776 - 2730 2T74 3733 2780 2713 2712 2707 fttfcm* 8914 MO mt ua. ?u iSi 1917 MM 1918 1444 2919 1 3485 1910 8488 1954 8487 8955 1651 88 bonds Knitter u"-'otm,VRm*" a: Muooorl ??* Bond Bo. im Bond No. 17?J XT84 3787 1786 XIU mi rrn mi ? 1734 177? i72i 1783 1719 1711 1733 1711 1711 1710 1710 1725 1716 1777 1717 M V*. Utt""*Ik. MM MW fc?i MU IM MM MM 58 5S 6J41 6W ?M 6161 6239 ft261 ?? bU9 6336 634T ili-i ftH* 6333 6196 633? 5! t* 6331 MM 6 JOO MM 61M M97 61M 4890 6137 4998 J 6310 4888 ? 6336 48m M* 6309 ?W *1 bODib M06 Boad? of North Cmx>Tib??Coin* ?x Mr Mat t? North Cuoliu u pm eeeie. i Bend Nt. 36 ?oa4 Ho. 303 S3 301 1 33 300 33 387 336 T 334 349 303 348 166 347 104 UA 40 Ai 343 19 343 16 341 IT 349 IS A 339 13 338 8 337 11 336 19 316 103 3? 101 Ai I 339 100 330 M Ml 10* US ? sss ? SS4 23 2TT 16 ** 21 SIT 98 *18 97 316 96 296 9ft 239 94 *90 6Z 237 69 ni 303 72 bond* North Carolina # for oooU. Coupon Beads. Ai Bond No. 833 Bond No. 736 832 736 831 768 830 769 829 769 834 761 836 762 836 TAJ 837 764 838 TM an to 871 791 873 T93 8T4 794 8TI TM 876 796 8TT 797 878 T9P 8T9 fit 886 606 m m 846 801 847 WIS 848 M4 H9 SOS 8M M6 861 SOS 8*j Wr 8W 864 81) 8M 811 W* 814 867 SS * 8M 816 8?# sir Ml 818 Mt 819 Ml 820 _ M4 811 Oi 8M 811 8? 821 i MT 814 ? 868 816 J M9 8M 8T9 817 881 8J8 839 i 884 840 w 886 843 Til 844 TM 846 ot 733 7M IN bo&da JJ jfiSES^w^awss | North Carolina tlx Hr mt Coapor boa4a. ?j Bond No. 688 Bond No. 483 M 608 484 803 486 1 804 496 ?o W6 487 ?08 611 *; 807 488 tm 808 510 J 818 *11 C 611 481 ?r 613 48] If ^ ? W 484 on 41? 48* 6 423 484 J 628 4fi7 i 424 488 bo 626 488 I 494 J ?2T 638 ft 428 5W _J 441 444 rr 442 841 1 441 143 1 615 441 a sj > Hi 2 845 414 448 48ft ' *** ut ntl mi &sr SJ 8 S 2 jig "S jf; 417 ? *46 414 um 44t 423 p ? IS 5? 474 m4 mi am iii atr TTr q m M J 444 M| u 12 Si ft ** 4fl a 4*1 IT) mm OS 47i 2J 474 s ? ? JS 2 4)8 479 4? 480 N 411 ill A1 601 611 po 644 Poi 401 111 bond. "ft ?? Wj ^F^rty |re bee*e mt |UH r*?h, iM*?d kru- s? *"b?? No ?1 Bond No. 151 & n i$j ~T> u J3 -*i -!c > * 1*4 , ~ liA np " M? ?A Boai R? tf Bni He ltf ? 1W ^ 1M * ? IS ^ 3 SI U? its I* 1M ir i?& UB 1M IT? lfT 18* 1M 1? 199 IM JTO 157 ? 144 ii bondi 1M r?o boa?t for 9l,M>a?ch. 0%t*d April, ltw. Bond No Bond No. 14 t&JrJkLl SlWBft, KSZ: rr.Tuc Bond No 1183 Bond No. 1191 1184 1184 1184 1184 1184 1184 1187 111* 1188 1187 ? * AA UBV ?? 1190 liboodi Illl =rr? rjcbSsruvvLvz oitT, of th? to. iCViBf D?mb?i?, Mtd dlttd J t?a Bnd No. 217 Bond No. 41* 178 4If ?4 476 ?7 477 I 409 491 41X 49* 414 722 Bond Bo 828 Bond No 1278 , 829 KM 830 ad of Offollowinj nnmbori lata*' January,1AM Boa 1 No. 1744 Bond No. 2A6& 211^ 2891 2133 2SV2 2681 3064 2805 till id ofUafblloviag nanbart tuned January.MK. M... j v. tiia n_ii v. i?iT ? i^v. w tf ATMIU MV< *464 4266 MM 4309 *466 4110 3467 4211 *469 4211 *470 411J *471 4114 *472 44*1 *7*8 4*27 *894 4529 *941 4656 3942 4*66 *943 4*66 *944 4*9 394* 4*70 3946 4*71 *985 474# 4199 47*1 4200 48ffl id of th* f oUowia* nunt*raiMv*d JMrn^ry, lJJfc Bond No. 6066 Bond Ko. Ml* 6196 MSI 63 26 64* 6359 6417 6360 6430 6361 6434 6342 6436 * 6363 6437 6364 6438 6366 6439 6366 6446 6367 Mil MB Mfl 6369 Hit 6371 6444 6171 6443 6371 M6J UTS U1S UT4 M19 MT? tm mm mm MT7 UB MT8 fill MM ?TM M91 ?TM MM WtT M0J 1708 M8T 4709 tm 671 ? 1389 Ml I 63V1 VIS 6SP1 67W fui#l 66M 6416 684? 6417 6641 6418 rtlCB Or VHB ^ECBBTABT OB TBI lNTBBJOB. December B. 1MB. llMtf J. THOMPSON. SeoreOryAMY ThkDkEKEDY _ REJOICE HEALTH, Friend, do yon aoflor? Ar? yr>u ti>e viotlm of any thoae nnmeron* BtlmfaU vk'oh trtee trom rarity ol the blood.' Whtttre they, do yoj Mfcf Itbor Mtu are tfcey no? - Tt.e b.ood la tM BTO# opuesnd hoaith. arul it la tKo ftrat e.eiBect omr Doing ic in ?c? o?.a?e which ifocu ? ?7?ani. *a the yelee iJSlfibij ittMti The ever thelrntatiuxKrraipataa.u.e Ma&rrt>;u.*,theacouiriat Rh-cn^uiiTNer? DoUfitr, Drapepeia, Liver Co?A?mt with ita raor auti a?jMion, uc u.e i. cmberiaea lUa the! uin hen to, (Sen to their indent* < -.(in from tit* xxjt Deal pfMj then fcctf gettiy with the bi<?x!. the Titalislin reeonrpw of oaftire for ita aid. 4 taMer ai to eomnecd to vpar fnc* atd . lU Ml, mlgM.' *? ? M MVJAJ* TMVSTABLE DECOCTION. nritk regard to thu almost infa'lible imoiI* rlar mbUimbI Uam pokn la dMMHnu the erittenaee of thie great ngwaj arc mw urd r>j ocoru.Lt ftTova.a of o^ratiTe afkeli and ? hayyleet reenlta from iU im are aftm all other nediee ud the bMt medioal ek-ili hare tkiie4. jet urn Mr. la toMiuiot, that MrtlMtM rw are cot eocght from the il. iterate aad eaeer ial, pet they are eo.untawni frum the moat re so table eouroea ana jaetify the hi(beit term* is uoh it ie eoeeible to oommer.d eo valuable a eoilo to ynblle apyrora.. We may add also that J oe rati re properties of the medieiiie are e^ealletf lj by iu reiterative effect*, the system recover [ from disease with renewed oonetitattonai nior. ror Me by ail r?e?eotable Dreg gists la ttu y.aad by the yroynetor, MKS. M. COX, lone t ocuine cniees bar name ia btovt oa Ike ttlA k?tr imli nil t Km aavW fI per bottle, bix oottlfw for at. WloUmU Attni. R. H. T. ClttSKL, Drngflel 0n*tovi,ll C.. Wholeeale AfMt for U( 1H* gt^urf vlll s*pp>J tbe trade H my pnoan. 'HE ALL SUFFICIENT THREE. rRIESEMAR, 1,1 aad ?-Frot*eted bj Royal ttera Patent of eu.ud, and imitm by tbe k.i of the fcoole de Pharmaete da Paria, Mid Um aerial Couece of Medisioa. Vioi n*. Jo. 1 la inTamablc tor exhaaetion aid uUrrkM. 1 all ehyaioal dieabihuee. 3o. S completely DrxlieUN all t^aoee of tboee laaaaa that have boon hitherto treated by the Mini aad permoioaa eee of ooeai va and eubebe. io. 9 baa entirely dbpplaatM the mjenoaa see of pearr, thereby lnearmc to the auiferer apeedy imj, diapejning all uapantiae, and rooting o% rW%'5fe M a R? 'Aoa. 1, > aad Lar? prepared to ? form of a ioaenge, devoid of taate and a?r > A can be itrrled la tbe vtutooal poohet. HoiC ha eaeee. a?d divided into aeperata doeea, ae id ttere la a aav. ikw vw Mmmmm . - wqiui MM (lUiVIOC VI IM MlnmiaJ ?taU, and. it ?o< er,<-ckod u> time, (Weu*fD( nil tit* function! of bn?d. nj>d ( riMMM ft >rm Mo* Mnodoogal, N?? Yort. PrMi ft \sRai?VEX:fim.v.K.7r2ii'. WtiMon U? Administration tad OrtgiiW rTu* Britiah Arm-. by KJwtrd Rampgloa 1 ?{., Iw. fcifluli adltioa; prim by iiiVmuoe lot Field Artillory, 1 rol., Uao.; frM* umvy oftue A tofWir by Btroiit Jomi I Tftl, Use; ?rio? h* bu] (130. .TtwUmw rM-d roitiftoatiou, by D H. Mau 1 t*L,Mbo.; ?>t trail 91 a riiiiiivy TrMttiM Adweeeed Gaard, iPmu *ad Ima?kant SotIm of Tmafa. ay H Makaa. i??i. M?a? . by nail ?s omu [anna, lor tk* PatiiotM ToiaaUors on A?UM to# itlH^lar aad lrrofiiar Wtr by Hid bo?, t Tola, 1 i-.op ; ario* by nail |t S{