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‘'volume 65. =================“== RICHMOND SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 13, 1861_'_NUMBER 87.
1ni»lAS to call alter Uon to my remoeal from No. lt<# Main
»ivct. in toe commrdlou* new bail ling No. SiW Main street, ad
jotn.n< toe new “APOTgWOOD HOT1L,”
a "to acd Jtl) street*, where 1 am prepared to exhibit alary
M |T.*drm*de Millinery Attlel-s than heretofore, consisting of
I, e-raw and Velwet Bonne**, Hs.nnet Plumes. Ribbons. Prench
, 1 itn.ri p wera, Bridal *re«'hi. Head Dresses, Drees Ca‘«,
? and Bertha*.Crape and Muslin Collars and Bleeree In
f a-Cap*, list* a- dCI-aks Ruche* and T»bs, Ac , In all stylea.
,* .rseetlon with the general MIU‘ ery business, 1 will m tnufar
...rti rdef Closks and MantlUas, of all kinds. In too latest fash
, styles, at reasonable pr-cea. All order* will receive prompt
KOBT. I*. DH IilYAO^i,
Successor to
UkS open and la store, s fall and complete stock of
and 8TltkW GOOD#,
Of the latest and n -tt faah.ontb'e styles, which will be sold u«
,1 , ,»> an I ret tit. on the m ,*t fav r able t.*rtn*.
r e tit- - il’-a of merchants Is moat respectfully solicited t} call
aalettflue for thruite Ives.
l|. |* >o erter at the if ■rs.-sl t otlce
i vll pi’SCllAst**S «.I! t'udIt to their lntertst ;o call and ex
umi >e my stock before pu chasing._ _
MV assortment of HITS in 1 C t P9 for the Spring trade i* now I
•• plr .-, emhr i i'lg all the n w stylet and rot rs - f Poft I
c# n w »*f 1- «*f «'aps, Lefbt.ru and Blraw Hat* n great sari-tv.—
a:»<» % general a^srtMBt tf gentlemen's fu-nbhiag go ds lrm
t<r !w, Waiting C*nc*, Mc.% Ac , all or any of which will he sold
• i mi 1 term* as at any other est sbiishment m the city. 1 most
rr* tftil't invite a cal. from purchasers.
N > t Ballard li>cs*.
THK subscriber respectfully Invites the alien- , ,
t:-»n ofths Merchant* f V'rgi: !*, and North
Carolina. U* this cxteislse stock of his own and
fr>-,*lgn Manufacture i Half Purchasers wUI find
It t» their internal v> cal' a* his r.ouse, previous to
- ^
,V*n.. sparing no expense or pains to keep the
(I >cthern Trade at the .*• u’h Goods i' d In this House will be
warraaGd to compare favorably, in quality and price with good*
#-.t; •*!.» *1 **r market T’ *re w b f • ' a • quail
li * of WOOL. VI’R and STRAW HAN, fro® th- lowest price
n-**r«h*t,to the finest qua' y f-»r g-ntleuisn. Also, Bovs an i
Ch .Iren's hats and caps f all g“a ies and Styles, aal Ladies
R t ng Hats of all the var’oi'S {Uilides,
fjrehattrt will do well to call and * xsralne.
JOHN DOOLBV.' Ms *' st. Richmond, Va.
1S6T “*• 1861.
i:i.li:tt a \\ eiuuek.
Hat-, Gaps and Straw Goods*
s 1$T Mi.a SrafcKT, (OI r isrrn ¥\ u eXuk BiX*,)
Ki A-..W, l.at
Hsv. re\dv and ar- now ■'in.- * th** N. r- ' «nts of ' r *»
Jgo-th splint mil Tennessee, a' pf* cs to su** thei:®*** • com*
j. t k of Bpriftf and Xi..rtraeM» • > w> ' ■ f"* v*ri l\ sad
g;, > e *n* « * b • - \e-bed. Buyer* w:! lowt. to gve us a •»»! t*
for- i ufvh tsirg «4 ewb«re.
i:\rov i: \<.a:
n*. 80 ut ,t .«■. ivlly If you »n .buln »> Jr.i |N.’ floo*,
»,„| p,v, .. « * rr...re *or th. ill t*-»u ther »• tu«l * rth.
TIIK 4 UI N1H ' M v* IMttKN t «► *11* \ > »
of thii i-ity ■ * > -’ ' • . .**'■ 1 ■ ' r 1 r 1 ; 111 ***', '*
i, t not compete ■* »*h, but would 'alb' rail oth« r JS'i*’ • "n
miou' ,< urer,. he fuiubti . e"*'!"* *0,1 , 1 •* 1 li h"I* • ■1 h»v •
n-v— !.rr. lafi.r* t.«n mm le in Vlr. u'*, lh<-> till.-.* Ih-lr '1 .1 » th
vi, > . » i f the !>••«» »n l *’ ■! ■ > r They *r.-now tru'i ifvr
, ,. . An • Cti'lMPKK.1 * .4 CLOTH"* ■( »r,-iy v»'«*». frotu ha,
\t V
tr * v in the ^ »ufh to l* .• r ti a. ti. AM wh • 1. tve seen the A^Mi
CL')TH8, m»!tof4' tari-l *t(t'-t» f irtl. » -in v'l !it»-»
l-jfitot.. pr n..ui.*1h. m vt l-..t ■.. . if f ' »ui>«-rl r . •, * »lit>
loth * Jh-y hvl t„. a huyln.-hrrrt. * r , , at.- »1 fhr»p
r1 t r.-.rt-l 8t.l - UlCmrJ St•! ll Mr. *<•■••• l •*. •» thrlr
r.*r h* ,1 -I th « l ily ln>V< *.rr l.< . »• ,r.l- t <•' *h'« •' mfvny *
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h» u. h-T.' w it it l. r-: ,ntct »a.l n. i-r n-i <‘ir -u-uivn,-. »
• ill th.. CV'trp.ri, h» .'i,t j ■ • it' , *v . J.lir in if.tlr tiwo. *, n, r
w".. '.hey c*r I »3V I'l-tt 1 W "i r w I
Ll:W18 l). CASSRH4W, PrejidenL
8»,r*' P Mmu.ix,A
Win. vur .K. i ». Dir,
Jo*v H M »r».ic«,
P W Hvu-.-l', J
%v tientv f •* the n.vV of th* t. 1* -nvnahi'tare I he the C~e:
ih.»w W *,l*n Oonipany . f K- -I V* . w* h .re n • on h»n4
»h <ut to.ivHt y»rj< .f t'i • ’.'U i m l f »n. j thnis'r vn.l Uouhle
M' e I 0».« m-ren an I l t «, h «, I.. » lot of Hi* B ank. '* vn.l
I - • 1
y»rt. ,.. r«e . *11 of wh hw -r r - ih trmle at Mr |.r!.-*« Ml
on '.Mornl t*"n». witti entire o ntiJ ' vt the *ti*- rpH e ». I re
eetv ■ » llhrr.l aupport. ClttN.nU.VW t l’l'..
feW-la Mehmomt. Vn.
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Gents's* Km*ni."liini? Goods.
por ."Ai.it
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ga*lnra*C-aU LWnr V. t. C.U.m«rc- do
phirta (llcvra C1 >»•»
t*r*« P-ckS Nee* Tie*
H»n Ikeehi.-N Hhaa'B, Ac »rf»
All aaUatad titli -at n»»• kn« f- ■ *• •*!> Tr»J*.
Net KOI tNT!»
% .It nrlhe.dtafcrSi.nl ; r-un ha.-» are Intrlled to aa raamlna
a.- , ..«U m”r,caah m .-I- . »od..a*r theM la
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Yor\ 4WEPn.sk $ i a.'-s'mSc es.
. IL Southern 'i luma' lurr, r * hand and a ill
cirm t os hilitaky tti ts.
. - ' • • : ’ * •’ :
yeara) and not sprung up f"-m neseaelty of the cr olt , .
b nr a pra,-nt*i man at lhe kualneaa. |.r *» ' •«< «/
,tr 1 . t _r'. eAoaffrre iUltar my
•Ml that 1 kn -» u.y kuaiaeaa, ard an *L „ It can gi»c the cuatvm
g the beat ti*. of U at ku v> edge
Ca I at C.e large aa . S.w Store, 1 ul Id atari.
,14 Mala Sec.t.
f 4 *,R4 sMrrH
ns Hil l.\* .MS S SIlIRRk Wl'h HITTERS » i-e mere
• I* c city than any oil r m.tii.ine all -I . taaes arts ns frc-ui
a-lirc-r.lered Stomach and Bva.U. P ' sale t-y
ul ,. w. flTkaiklt * CA.. Pr«r*"k
|««|. IKAIH:. I Ml|.
HO Main St.. Riclimoml, \’a.
r|1 III attea: ua of m - nla la e* ■ I to a n.* a 1 well select
| ed aaaor naatit of •PRINtl CUIT' ISC. -w o| lug for the
tral. PCK.' •• • I ■ -»* A cal la rorpect
fa..y aolidud U.l{ slltraR. HUSK, AOo^
Hoots and shoes.
No. 15 Heart Street,
Mh'VlfOMD, f .
UATK ial ree-leed a loll aad somplete aaaortment of
AOOT* ao-l *u >**
V l.ftel t) the p-ea-o «e.« -a. and. In a I III on to ihelr large aad
Veil aaat-i led aWrk of Baat-ra go..d., hare « »«-»•> <»'
toe eit -alee Pactory at S aunt 0, *e, »t>tch 1. tu ning oat
at* le» u I a inliUea of av k o,m, w any la the - c. tt»y.
0>t'iOy OcnliuUtn . u at i I ‘Volii aeTiUioa *"
|r ecu WtHOt A WlUUU,
tj.jl !, 1 No 'S'rra I atrrt
1 , IIIILN. OLD EYE WHIAAV. -f aupai'-cr la
|*M) moreantfcraaiehy [►!»] _ “ iO>MC
L** lb. Idri 4a4 F!*», for 111* bJ
j- ■ . V N •,*■>*• ' A
I 'linin'. IT WHIlLKSILt:
W livi(» Ufer ait; a, 1, at cumviry uierktiiD'i W i^igt wwi
^H*»clivc i xi f
hrunti (i.urimu.
at1 of agiek hat t>«an maauio-tart-l of* larlara In aaperlir style.
Rader great adraatagea gad avodered upon ear m.ot koerni b,na
Aa eaaauaaUoa la .aapadJulir a>d cited
_^Mt» _ KJtl n
C»»Tf#lN VgIt Noccur.I) North Carvdoa Para*.
ham the La otre Ue aad Mg Pal a Pa- .ortoo, af »ery ajpa. loe
Raahkg, la aaate ami foe sake kg
ago __ HINT, PA1NR A 00
UT ANTAg-EW baekata Plaikmd, alao. 5.i»W Um. l-nau
kg JOHN V. 8UU0I, Apakkaanry, Aa,
■klA Marta* Plaaa, Praatlla and
The Yth and last volume of Macaulay's History of Eng
land, published in this country by Harper and Brothers,
has l een bid on our table by A. Morris of this city. We
have not ycl had time for its perusal, but a notice of it
from the pen of the hterarv editor of the Philadelphia
/><•«« giv.s an entei tabling foretaste of the pleasure ia
store for all who have cot yet turned its pages. When
Lard Macaulay's death was announced some fifteen
months ago, the question from everv one (as this reviewer
**v.) was, how f»r has he completed that Magnum O/nv,
hi- History ? The report, from quarters claiming to be
well informed, was that he had left ouly a few fragments,
in such a confused arid disjointed slate, that nothing
could be made of them. Next came an affirmition that
considerable progress had been made in the fifth volume,
wh.i h would he edited by Lady Trevelyan, Macaulay’s
sister, on her return from India, in a few years. But her
husband, who was Governor of Madras, received his re
call from the British Government, which brought her
home much earlier than was expected. She has been
occupied since her return in preparing this last volume
for the press.
Those who remember—and who that has read does
nit’—that majestic op niug chapter of the “IDstory of
England,'* can scarcely forgot what promise it held out.
*•1 purpose,” Macaulay said, “to write the history of
K-gland from the accession ol King James th? Second
down to a time which is within the memory of men still
living"—in other words, to the commencement of the
Fiench R‘volution. How much of this has he done ?—
The fpurth volume, published iu 1 *#■"»•'<, closed, at the date
of December, 1 *7, with the return of William the Third
to England, after the conclu-ion of the Treaty of Rys
wick, which p'aoed him firmly upon the throne whi.h
J uues had lost. The new- volume closes,and fitly closes,
w h the death of the two rivals—James Stuart, at Yor
slilies, in September, 17**1, and William of Orange at
Kensington, in March, 17- J. The only hiatus i9 the
short interval between the prorogation of Pail amt nt in
April, 17' ". and the death of James II., in September,
17 J. But this, in fact, Is the omi-sion of all relating to
the passing of the Act of Settlement, whose operation
t*. Ire years later placed the Elector of Hanover upon
bitV IUIVUV VI Uliav truvii'ii.
La !v Trcvelyan thus introduces the Fifth volume:
“I have thought it right to publish that portion of the
continuation ot the 'Uistoty of England’ which was fir
ly transcribe! and tevisid by Lord Macaulay. It is
given to the world precisely as it was left; no connect
ing link has been added; no reference veritied; no au
thority sought tor or ci imiued. It would, indeed, have
been po »i Iv with the h«lp I might have obtained from
his friends, to have supplied much that is wautirg; but
1 pialerrtd, aud I behove the public will preler, that the
last tbough's of the great mind passed away trow among
u< should be preserved saend from any touch but h s
own. Besides the revised manuscript, a lew pages con
t;«i: i -g the tii't roug : sketch of the last two months of
William’s ri igu are all that is left, drotu this I have
with so i t difficulty deciphered the account of the death
o! William. No attempt has been made to jo u it on to
the preceding part, or to supply the corrections which
would have been given by the improving hand of the
author. Bi t, imperfect as it must be.I believe it will be
received with pleasure aud interest as a ht conclusion to
the fife of his great hero.
“I will oriiv aid my greatful thanks for kuid advice
and assistance given me by his most dear aud valu ‘d
ftieuiis, Dean Milmau and Mr E11U.”
There are many brilliant pas-ages in this volume glit
tering with golden tho ighr and ti ashing gems of language,
and ara t .-que beauti s of expression. The death of JaT.cs
II. is related with a grave and touching dignity worthy
ot the sol, mu occasion. The visit of the t air, Peter the
(ireat, to Ei gland, is again in a different style altogeth
or ; it hi- that particularity of detail which reminds on-’
ot t e pre Kipi.ael School piiuting. <•! the uuhappv
speculation, in 1’ *.*, of cs’.ablL-iiing a Scotch Colo iy at
Darien, the aeeoutit is al-o inicu'e, but iu a diil rent
minner. T c udventurcaof Oapiai i Kidd, who actua ly
sailed u <i r i ft *y il Cowniis-ion fioiu Li igl in 1, and was
s at owr, i Lord B I a no.it. i pi -oner from N ■* Voik,
forms another strik: episode. Land Macaulay, how
ever, omul'd to record the fact that, in M it, 1701, Kid !
wa< hanged, as a pirate, on tho banks of the Thames, be
low London. As in the torttpr voluui '•*, *e find nume
rous pen portraits of the leafing his'nricql nharacters
• o-e a." ion ortho., ;ht whose honur or vLe, helped to
iu ike (he hi-’ory ol William’s ri igd.
\Vi proeeiil lo g ve a few extracts, which, far better
t'ia d s ilption, m iy convey an idea of this book.
At a lime wh< o our Public Treasury is ~o itumuated
bv phr d*"trs, ,t m iv be not .iirn - to give wi at M.i i .
lav - iv of oue of this cl ass who flourished in the reign
of William. This was Chan - Duncombe, ■» banker, who
ad been Ca ’.ier of the F.xci-*. Joining in tho Par
liamentary attack upon Charles Montague, (who invent
ed Exchequer Bill-), Duncombe was himself delected:
i-T!,, ; ,u.,rd minister obtained both a compete
a I . tt il and » signal revenge. CiinJai-iauees were dis
covered which seemed to indieate that Duncombe him
-»I was not bUiueles*. The clew was followed ; he was
severely cro-s t-xaiiiiii.**! ; h - last his head mad*1 OUi. un
guard d ad nis.iou after auother, and was at length coin
p lied to mbs*), on the ti wr of the House, (hat he had
been guilt v of an infamous frruti, which, but for his own
, ,> i. -...-I , i would have been scarcely p 1 si Me to brin|
home to him He had been ordeted by the Commission
ers of the Excise to pry ten thousand pounds into the
Exchequer for the public service. He had in his hands,
as iV-hi.r, more than double that sum in good milled
-ilvcr With son e of this money he bought Exchequer
Bills, which were then at a considerable discount; be paid
those bills in, and he pocketed the discount wbi.h
amounted to about t'o,.r hundred pounds. ..'or wa> this
all. Li ord r to nuke it appear that the depreciated pa
p/r, which he hid fraudulently substituted for silver, had
been received bv turn in paymeot of tu-es, he had cm
..loved a knavish .lew to ;orge eadnr»etttents of bR"<es,
some real and some nary, tbf, «ai Jalous story,
wrung out of his 0311 lips, was heard by the oppo-itiou
wiTh consternation aoij shinie, by the n inister and 'hen
friet ds will, viuu ctive exqlution. |t was re-<>rvcd. with
out any division that he should be sent to the Tourer
that be should be wept a clc.e pr.-oner there that hi
should be expelled trot;? Uje uon?e.
Strange to tty. though Dun(fOtube’s frt'td forgert
•i re proven, a Bill uotiBseatlrg two thuds ot his prop
erty, real and personal, which pa*-ed the Loniraons, wai
re cted by the Lord*, aud he retired with his ill-gottet
lu Peter the Great visit'd England. From th
account of this iucideut we copy a personal deic-ptiot
of grt>4t met Jt
44Such the Prince whom the populace of Lo: dot
no* crowed to behold. His stately term, his intellect!!*
forehead, h s pier^ g eyes, his f. rtar nose and mouth
his gruwous smile, ni* frown black with all the storrai
iage and hate of a barbarian tyrant, and, above all, >
strange nervous convulsion which sometimes transformed
I his countenance, during a few momeuts, into an objee
on which it was impossible to look without terror, th.
iwmeuse quantities of meat which he devourod, the pin
of braudv which he swa'lowed, aud which, It w»s said
he bad carefully distilled with hi own hands, the foo
who jabbered at his feet, the monkey which grinued a
the back of his cha r, here, during some we- ..s, populu
topics of conversation lie meanwhile shunue4 the P»l>
lie g.u • with a haughty shyness which inljamed curiosity
He weut to a play; but, as soon as he perceived that pit
boxes and galleries *. re storing, not at me ‘taste, hut a
him, he retired to a luck beuch, where he was 9Cie*uii
from cb-ervation by his attendants. He was destroui
to see a sitting of the House of Lords, but, as he » as oe
termiued uot to be -een, he was forced to climb up to tin
leads, and to peep through a small window. He h.a-c
I with great intere : the royal assent given to a bill fci
I raisiug fifteen buudred thousand pounds by land ta^, am:
• learned with am^-cmept that this “am, though larger b]
j one-half than the yhoie revenue which tc cpu,d wnni
! from the population of the imaietijo ^-ipire of which h<
was absolute master, was but a small j>art of what th<
Commors of England voluntarily granted every year t<
their constitutional King."
The Czar lodg d, at first, in Norfolk street, but—
“He soon became weary of his residence. He fount
that he w*s too tar from the ol jeeta of his curiosity, ant
too near to the crowds to which be was hitn-elf an obje^
ol curiosity. He accordingly rer oved ts Lsp.foid, am
! *a- there lodged iu the house of .’obu Evelyn, a hou-<
which bad long beeu a favorite resort ol tncu ot liters
uieii tf taste, aud men of science. Here Peter gave him
self up to his Uvoiite pursuits, lie navigated a yath
every day up and down the river. Hi* apartment wa:
crowded with models of three deckers, aud two-decker-*
frigau *, sloops, and nre-sblps. The ouly Englishman o
rank in whose society he seemed to take uiueh plt'asun
was the eccentric Caeruiarlunn, whose pas.-iou for thesei
] bore some resemblance to his own,and who was vert
competent to gite an opinion about every part of a sh'p
!row thw stem to thw B ra. Caeimarthen, iudied.hr
came so gnat a (avorite that he prevailed on the C,*r tc
cune- f1 to the adm *iou of a limited quantity of lob.ic
, o into lf i*-tl There was reason to ^ppre- rud that th«
Uusaiau clergy wouii cry out against any relaxation of th.
ancient rule, and would strenuously maintain that tbs
practice of smoking was condemned by that text whirl
declares tha' man m dctil d, not by those things whiel
enter in st the mouth, but by those which proceed out o
it This »ppr«beu*iou was expressed by a deputation o
merchant* who were admitted to an audience of the Czar
but they we-e reassured by the air with which he told
them that he kuew how to keep priests in order.”
Bishop Burnet, who went to visit him, complained
that he had gone to see a great Prince and found only
an industrious shipwright. Evelyn was not better satis
! lied with his imperial tenant:
“ It was not in the character of tenant that the Czar
wa- 1 ktlv to gain the good word of civiliz'd men. With
all the high qualities which were peculiar to himself, he
had all the filthy habits which were then common amorg
his countrymen. To the end of his life, while disciplin
ing armies, founding schools, framing codes, organizing
tribunals, building cities iu deserts, joiuipg distant seas
by artificial rivers, he lived iu his palace like a hog in a
sty ; and, when he was eulertained by other sovereigns,
never failed to leave on their tapestried walls and velvet
state beds unequivocal proof that 11 pavage had been
there. Evelyn’s bouse was left in such a slate that the
Treasury quieted his complaints with a considerable sum
I ol money.”
Iu a disquisition upon Standing Armies, Macaulay fa
vors the t lea that none but “regular soldiers,” ns distiu
! guLshed from the militia, can win great battles, lie tlieu
proceeds—using the argument of Lord Somers:
“It was idle to report the names of great battles won
in the Middle Ages by men who did not make war th*-ir
chief ca'ling; those battles proved only that oue militia
might heat another, and not that a militia could beat a
regular army. As idle was it to declaim about the camp
at Tilbury. W.- had, indeed, reason to be proud of the
spirit which all classes of English—gentlemen and
teamen, peasants and burgesses—had so signally
displayed iu the great crisis ol liisS; but we had also
reasou to be thauklu! that, with all their spirit, they w. re
not brought luce to luce with the Spanish battalions.—
Soee rs related an anecdote well worthy to be remem
bered, which had been preserved by tradition iu the no
ble house of De Vcre. One of the most illustrious men
of that house, a captain who had acquired much experi
ence and much fame iu the Netherlands, hail, iu the cri
sis of peril, been summoned back to England by Eiiz a
beth, and rode with her through the eudl ss ranks of
shouting p kemeu. She asked him whit he thought ol
the army. *It is,’ he said, ‘ a brave army.’ There was
something in his tuuc or manner which showed that ho
meant more than his words expressed. The queen in
sisted on his speaking out. ‘Madam,’ he said, ‘your
grace’s army is biuve indeed. I have not in the world
t ie name ol a coward, and yet I am the gri atest coward
here. All these line fellows ar • praying that the enemy
may land, and that Here may he a battle; and I, who
know that enemy well, cannot think of such a battle
without dismav.’ He \ re wus doubtless in the light.
The lfuke of Burma, iud ed. would not have subjected
our country; but it is by t o means improbable that, if
b • had ellecleJ a lauding, the island woma nave uecn
the theatre of a war greatly resembling that which Han
nibal waged in Italy, and that the invaders would not
have been driven out till many cities had been sacked,
till many counties had been wasted, and till multitudes
of our stout hearted ru-ttes and artisans hid perished
in the carnage of days not le.-s terrible tbau those ol
Thrasvmeuo and Canute.”
Let those, in any country, who eoollv 8p?culate upon
the chances of iuva-iou, and above all of civil war, take
the moral of D.‘ Yere’s letrnrk into their heart of
We have quoted sufficient to show that, to the last,
Macaulay did not ti ig. as a w riter. We add, (roul his un
revised accouut, the concluding sentence of his Death ol
William III.
'* He was under no Illusion a# to his danger. 4 I am
fast drawing,’ he said, ‘ to my end.' His end was wor
thy of his life. His iutidect was not fora moment
clouded, llis fortitude was the more admirable because
h > w»s no- wi . . g so die. II had very Id* I ■ said t > One
of thtxe whom he must loved : * h ou know that I never
feired dca'h ; th-To have been times when I should have
wished it; but, cow that this'great new prospect is
Oji niirg before me, I do wish to stay here a little Ion
g r.’ Yet no weakness, Co u*ieru| rnsi.i s, di-graoed tbp
i,0 i!e clos** of t ia' noble ear.-er. To the jjlyvyii iitfl the
King r -tu*n* •* h : th ink-1 grgcjoij.-ly »nJ * -.illy. * I know
th it you have done alt that skill and learning con1-! do
for me, but the case is beyond your art ; and 1 submit.’
F.om the woids which i sciped him, he seemed to be
in i|Uviit!v engaged in m-*tital prayer. Burnet und Tcn
i.-ju ii mined unit v hnu 8 in the v* k room. 1I«“ t ro
i s. <( to th-in h - ti n t cli-l iu the truth of th ■ C -iis
tian religion, and icceived the sacrannnt Iron)
liii irhiud' w; •• g it serious ca». Tin1 ante c!iiu:b-rs
wen i'.')w.l--d t -.'•!* via lords an<j nriyy councillors.
He or-b-’i - v ralcl thi'iu to bo call -d t>, and cx-*rted
I,, ,cl. to tike leave ol them with a few kind and cheer
ful words. Among the Engl sli win were idmitted ti his
b dst le wore I» vo shire and Urmonl. But. there were
n it, crowd those whit It as i.o E igli.-hmari could feel,
fri-n s of hi ' u h w ho had been true to t i n, and to
whom he hid bciu till*, through all vic:siiud. -s r.f for
tque , w ho ii id served him with unalterable li lelity wheu
hi- Seifcta-i of State, its ‘J’rea.-iiry, and his Admiralty
had betrayed him ; wl^o had never, on any !'.• Id of bat
tle, or iu an a'mo-jiherc tainted w;th lv.thst.mo
anil deadly di- an*, shrunk troni pla.ing their own
lives in j ‘opardv to sav • 1 i-; and whose truth he had, at
the cn-t of his own popularity, rewarded witii bounteous
mucdici live, li'- st't-in-d his K-ibli- void* to 11.ink Anv
eru teiq'ic for t' e .lf -c'innate and loyal set vii i*sol thirty
years. To Albcmarl he gave the keys of his closet at.d
of his private drawers. ‘You kt.ow,' he said ‘what to do
with them' By this lime he could i ircily r,--,...e.—
Can this,’ he nu.! to thepLysituai ., ‘last long r' He »a«
told tint the end was approaching. ID* swallowed a cor
dial, mil ark* d for Bentiuck Those were his list words.
Bentiuck i ista tlv came to the bedside, bent down, and
placed his t ir clo-e to th • K tig's mouth. The lips of the
dvi'-g n «-> - cvid, but nothing coulii he heard. The King
took the hat;<1 of his earliest Iriend and pressed it tender
ly to his heart. In tbit moment, no t*3ubt, ail t!i**t hud
c*«s* a slight p issing elo..J eve: tb..r lo.'. g and p .refriend•
ca " forgotten, tt Was' now hi'tween seven and
eight In'lln* morning. He clot *<1 his oj*i s and gasped for
hi i* iti,« The Bishqps knelt dp'wii and yeaij the coinnien
datoiv prayer. When ii end d Widiam was no more.—
When his remalus were l.iid ou', it was found that he
wore next his skin a small piece of black si'k ribbon.—
The lords in wailing ordered it to he taken oil. It con
tained a gold ring and a lock of the hair of Mary."
Our duty would be only half p 'rfornW here, were w«
to couclude without rein irking that MaCaU^y is thor
oughly cons:stetit t„io*' bout. In uis antipathies and fa
vorltisms, h! s like and dl-l.kes. William Is his hero,
and Macaulay passes very lightly over the dirk shades
of his liecuti >us character, which so greatly grieved h:;
fair and lovin': eupan't tg whwto hw ows*l nis Crown.—
The manner In wpich Ids Intrigue With I.li/. ibeth \ iiliers
is slurred over.w hen its consequences hud to be noticed,
i* scarcely pleasant to the reader or creditable to the W*
When ILu opportunity. arises b>r b ing savage and sa
tirical upon j, tsous or subj -eta w hich he dislikes, Macau
lav dipt bis pea in oil— .of vitriol, lu the now volume,
his attacks upon John Duke 01 Marlborough are kept up.
William Penn, the object ol hi* violeut assaults iu the
Conner volumes, is unnoticed iu this,—but Macaulay
here indulges in sf e :i»l ahu-e of the t^ lakers, gomeeven
to the length of declaring th*t a. Ui. ci-.su or me 0eyen
teeut’.. v»«luyy, Dn*y ’'ha.1 uu perries about capital put -
ishotent,*' Slid therefore had tried to hunt Spencer Cow.
per to death, for a crime he did uot commit. As nscal
with Macaulay, he fiercely assails the Scotch, (thoneb ’/ij
father was the son of a Seotti.h clergyman,) au*l pours
the vials of his wrath upon them, on account of their
hating got up, or rather of having boon taken in by, the
Darien Exp *dt'iou. Byron, who praised the wrath and
partiality of Mitford, the hstorian b^a^si they made
him write iu carnet ..oulil have been yet more pleased
with Macaulay.
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Seven of the Southern States having seceded from the
Union, and established themselves into an independent
Government, with an invitation to other States to join
their fortunes, it becomes a grave question to consider
the probable consequences of the revolution upon the
great centres of population, capital, and trade which
have grown up on the seaboard with marvellous rapidity
in the States ol Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Yotk, and
Massachusetts. Particularly should we considerlhe bcar
iugs of the uew political and commercial movement up
on the citv of New York, which, under an impetus given
her by her canals, aud in a belief in a so-called "maui
fist, destiny,” wl ich allotted to the United States, bv
gradual absorption, alt the territory down to the Isthmus
of mid-America, had grown to be thqcommercial centre
and the monetary centre of a grand nation, extending
from ocean to ocean, and to extend from Lake Ontario
to the Caribbean sea.
This growth, however wonderful, as it unquestionably
is, nevertheless, is more the consequence ol artificial
causes and adventitious circumstance., than the result of
inherent natural advantages or the solution of a tried
system. To be sure, Broadwavis a magnificent thorough
fare, and the ci y and bay of New York impress the spec
tator with a sense of commercial aud municipal activity
and enterprise; still, we could never entirely divest oui
seives of the idea that, after aILNc* York city is somehow
a xpltndid 'lam tatlier than an enduring metropolis—
Its first growth into national consequence was due to the
era ol canals, when her artificial navigation from the
Hudson river to Lake Erie cmpied into her lap the trade
of the West. Its mote modern expansion was part owing
to the loose revenue policy of the l» moral Govi rnment,
under which New York was fast becoming almost the
noli*, imp mil g citv on the Atlantic coast, and the o 'e.n
carrier lor all tl e cities h. tween the Hud.-on and the Mis
Mssinpi! Yet, there was never any sullicient reason why
he bulk of the import and export carrying trade should
be concentrated at Now York; because every city
South ol New York, even down to \ :w Orleans, had
meantime opened rail routes into the back country,
where they distribute their trade und whence they de
rive their bread-tuA'i; and as each one ol these cities be
111 c the centre of the commercial transactions of the
surrounding territory, of larger or lesser circumfereuce,
sccordiug to their respective powers to attract and facili
ties to cairv, establishing at the same time a reciprocal
interchange of commodities with iioiglnorhoods tar in
from the coast, and beyond the an a of their more ei
ghts; ve i. fluence, the general trade in the surpluses and
imports ot the whole country was, of necem ty, divided
among the competing cities along the sca-coa<t. And
whilst New York remained the focus of the ocean postal
service, whilst under-invoiced imports ccull be intro
duced tbrougb the New York custom house, whilst the
-- s-vf einam.i.lv.j r*»n.\. /mid in thp lfr. i-on. and
ration tor exportation was clear 'd at New \ ork, mid
»o ids imported for Southern account were entered at
Sew Yo;k, why New York was in everybody’s ears and
thoughts; and’finally, New York became the chief en
trepot of American camtuerce.
Hut New York always had mhaUow back- country, and
a dimjcruut bak door l All ucr artificial lines of im
provement lead l:i the interior «i-i tn- lil,eg, and tin s_
Ickes pour their w iters dov.n the St. Lxwreneo through
British territory to the *> a. Ami as oeean steamers shall
be increased in number betnee. Q lebcc and Europe, at:d
iraproved carrying c afts shall tie introduced to ply b •*
I wee u t;e ij rebec stc -tuer.- and llie lake ports, the hirj, r
will be the per cenUge of Wpilein i.»Je tlm will pa's
)o»n the St. Lawrence route. Tho natural and the
cheapest outlet fiom New Yoik ports ou takes Ontario
and Champlain, and ou the rivir St Lawrence, is out of
the bai k door o! New York; and in future tiniUlie tra le
„f a large portion of the State of New Yoik wifi be
with Montreal and Quebec, rather than with New York
Besides tho British water-way in the St. Lawrence,
which heads in Lake Superior, there is a Driiish iroq ijay
along the St. J.iwrcnc ', with a t- r.nimu; and winter har
bor at Portland, iq the State of M*;ur, a..d with cnnuec
lions leading a- i ir west a- the rail lines in the iniluencc
of New \ ork oily.
A decade or even a generation is but a short spin of
time in the lil-- ol a ei'y or a State. And hence though
the St. Lawience valley mil ieuce, to this day, may not
h ive actually diverted any very large amount of tra le
which otherwise would have sotignl outlet across New
V > to New Yoi k city, nevert it i • <
borne iu mind that R'eati:s\:;;.( l;n»e Ov,t i*,.,„ b«'<-n ruti
ning to .,i- h r, th,,t the**.... el i lira, d T u-k l.itlrn.vl
- a new vork, aud tha'. it isonlv* hriel peiiod since
Quebec, Portland, Montreal, a,: - oh , important points,
have ha-1 their commercial i u-ri ate bound together in
one g'.rid S . Lawrence compact, for competition against
V. w Yoik city, for tra-!e with the lake epics and the
Wes'ern States And ag this competition, q i b Ch-- at-1
hiute, w«s«ils N-w Yo'k ii'vu|im’ the entire northwest
boundary ol the S ate of New Y rk, fr- m I nna.U fca-t
to IVni Niivaniw, (.bout four hut- ir- d miles f ( l-'kc aud
liver nivi'.- i.i >u,j aim the I'd-t,age gilfe of that triuti
gnisr Stilt.-* a ,d dispqteg w,th I-**'* fot the pr ,of lire
S -w , otk pot,ion ■ t l ike cad Western trade, we may
uglier*land that the St. Liar nee outlet i- only iu u.e
dawn of iw development, and that hereafter it may fas',
attain cot ipn-uee ami might ns a trade chann I to t .•)
sea; lor :ih the hik*s empty their waters down the St.
I,iw rei.ee, why may not the h. in drained by the lakes
pour its trade down the same stream
Indeed, the Mriti ' iute.o-m t..i,t at* equipping fu com
i. - -; i. . ■ : i e • u’ft.' for comp stitioo »g •: «t New
York, a water line und rad lino ria the St. Lawrence,
will pO'alnly conipias an uud- rst Hiding, if not a poa live
agreement, with interests located in the “Confederate
States,’’ an i which, with Ion's on the Mississippi a d its
branches, and rail lines leading north from the C' f, '_d.
strive to interchange tra Oil a- 1 < , »'ton over llie
identical ro"te ' e.*».-n leOec 'a.i.’j New Orleans, which
*rencb foresight racked-out whto' the laid was a wil
d’rness. as a Strategic' liue lor the military c*'.cni nttou 01
the continent.
From New yorf, to paxe Ontario, where Uritish com
p titiou in encountered, the distanoe (airline) is only
about two hundred tulles. Eistward the it tl tercc of New
York extend* but a short distance before the competition
of Hoston is felt Hue we-t of New York it is but a short
distance to the Delaware riv. r, where the trade of Vnila
Jelphix begins, the Upper New v,uui»tte3 ddieg a
p irt of there t-a(] p, uty, ijliilst from Th ttton south
CUon o,i w J-'rhey1 trade is transacted in this muket.
In IVntisylvaiiia, New v*>rk doca not serioudy menace
Philadelphia. True New York is the natural market (or
Urge quantities of Pennsylvania coal, *or which .-be (g
a geo 1 and desirable eusiorner • ypt, ^ u. two of the
great coal carrier" >,«. under ;.ew a ork control, and
’.hesr iwu, to wit the Delaware and Hudson canal, and
the Delaware, L ickawafina and Western railroad, art hi
an isolated corner of the State, and have lev; miscella
neous consequence thin t|M ,oai oarrters down the
SShuylkill, tl'e L.ci>i5n, aud the Sugcnuehanna.
'»ue productive Valievs and straf. g'c rail routes in
fenosylvama are so bel<i that, as the Ltato -rows and
prospers, f*o also will ^iipaijelp^u grow ftOQ prwptT.— I
Philadelphia t+v grMwi, to power aud Opulenoe without
m*ck focciyn trade, and having » vast back country to
penetrate, with alUes Instead of rivals at hpr Western
border on the Ohio river acd I*»ke Erio, is spreading her j
inllueuce over the interior country through t*»s ^.pota
tions of successful rail lines.
Undoubtedly New .or* city Uxa trade in Pennsylva
nia, jus; aa v-niladelofliu has trade iu Maty lam’; aud
Net. Y ork ( irrin across Pennsylvania upon Pniladd
phin route-, just as Philadelphia carries across Maryland
upon Baltimore routes. This is reciprocity iu trade a;.d
a competition iu which there is s tri(t„:u mterbat. It
does not, however, v,vu'*eu our assertion, which is, that
the t;a*e cl Acw Yofk city is a sparse trade, scattered
among Slates, Territories, and islands, aud that New
York is not dominant in commercial In licence in juy
consolidated area of large circumference.
Secession at one swoo^ ruined from New York
seven ci:Ooiiim’onWea'thsuow moulded iu embryo,
,nuj a foreign nation. The Sr. I.awnncc routes, rail and
water will divert from New York more and more o\ tbo I
Uke trade and her own State trade. steamship
communication between P',,iv»u< »ptiiaand Europe, wh ch
is a “foreeouc conclusion,” to Uke effect upon the
completion of the steam-power, extension of the Penn
sylvania llsiio.nl to the" Delaware river, will i",a.y;u.ste
the exportation of articles and brpgd.ia,w via Philadel
phia, and cause the now made by Yhiladdphia
throm'h the Sew fork custom-house to he wa.de tbrohgh
the pfiiladelphia custom-house.
Hence, from these and for o,t^;< y^^swu* VtMth we
have no room to recs^tmaty', 'to. -, ^eym that the time
is arriv'd wugn the inju ry is pertinent, w hether the ci v
of hjew y.ork, including its adjureut>iea, numbering alto
gethey g million jp;d a quarter ot inhabitants, has not
reached the wKiximuW limit of population capable of
deriving rusteuance from the trade of that locality, which
tradp, being largely foreign, is uncertain and 11 actuating?
Communities rush on without rdl 'ction till ectne un
expected obstruction brings them to & pause , an4 aiuCe
secession has produced El.igu..t.ou pi the cohuaeroe of
the country, it Is vclieuough for the great oily at the
moo!c ot the Uedsou to look to the sources of its trad ’,
and to examine closely whether i's career has cot been
in some measure rash and headlong.
Now York i<already next i:i rank to Londonuud Paris;
yet why should she be so ? Or ty, pus the query in an
o’ her form, car rh- tuui ro :itivo |KMiiion ?
WbCi'w iuo ’*Oonfederkte Statci” ibxy fos'rr the growth
of a commercial and monetary centre is not yet develo
ped, nor do we mean to speculate upon that point *n Ill’s
article. There is, however, in ever- ccun.ry mat has £
foreign trade of any mggnit-Je, a leading commercial ci
ty which btcuaiCe a tacitly rc'cogn'xed com men iul centre,
and, pi?r consequence, 6ue will grow up in the Cocfeue
rate States.
I s site will measurably dfuetul upon tbo policy which
may be pursued bjj ibc tJovefnutsnt there, and Any he
brought apoqt or aided by ^pp.opriations for ocean pos
tal gervipe and other purposes, just as the policy of the
Federal government by its cnormot s appropriations for
mail service ar.d to works and enterprises in and for New
York city, udmrtittd it to the world as the commercial
centre of the Uuioo, and did much to make it to.
In tbc commerce of tbo Union the Southern cities d,\d
not achic-vn the measure of success which H** »iw*y*
within their reach, because their coastwise co-opera ion
wi h New York made them tributary to that dty, through
wboee custom-house, they, like Philadelphia, were con
tent to mijke a large ^er oentage of their Importations,
But since the Cotton States have left tbe Union, it rt
mair.8 for every one to cons'der the probable effect c
their withdrawal upon the remaining United States. On
effect undoubtedly will be visible in a great reduction ii
the ton ign trade of the United States, because of tie
domestic produce exported from the I'nitej States fo
the year ending June ISi’.il, amounting to *:;7-l,l b9,
274, more tl.an onr-h.ill, to-wit, |191,806,r>.’i5, was rep
resented bv cotton, nnst of wliich w.w grown in wba
are now the Confederate States. As this cotto i was pai.
for principally in foreign goods, imported in luge par
thio igh 'he port ot New York, we have here a strikir)
illustration of what the consequence of secession will bt
to the foreiga trade of the country, and upon tbe busi
ness of the port of New York.
an kxi-rrikncb *x tub Trintisti iiath.
An article in the March number of the L'vrnhill Mttga
title describes tbe bath of Turkey. \Ve extract the Ini
lowing description of the sensations of a bather :
“On entering the bath, the lirst apartment consVs o
a spacious hall, or rotunda, the central summit of whicl
is open, admitting a gentle but free circulation of air, am
is in form not unlike the cupola of St. Stephen’s, Wn 1
brook. Running round by the wall is a raised diisoi
platform, covered wi.h a carpet, and divided into corn
partnun'.s, one of winch is appropriated to each vi-itor
In the centre of the buildii g is a fountain, which play,
refreshingly into a marble basin, raised ou a pedestal ol
masonry. On a couch, ou the platlonn above mention
ed, you undress; your clothing is tied up in a napkin, ami
you are attired iu tbre ■ scarfs of toweling, of a peculiar
fabric, warm and rough, but y -1 soli and g-iily bordered
with blue or red raw silk; one of th.se, the mihligar ot
Kuhligactt'itiit of the Romans, girds the loins ; another is
thrown over tbe shoulder, and the last is twis ed up into
a tuib in lor the head. Throughout this op? atiou, every
care is taken to preserve decorum ; and with a scrupu
lousne.-s and delicacy almost uuLnown, we regret to add,
ta Europeans. Two attendants hold a cloth before you
until you have u idressed and properly adjusted the bath
ing attire ; you theu are furnished with w loden pattens,
and i|uit the uudre-sing-room (ap d'trrhtm) for the heat
ed clumbers; the two attend nits, walking behind, still
accompany you, and, as you are on pattens, each bold*
you by the arm.”
“The swinging doois give access to a narrow passage,
where the beat strikes upon the face, and announces very
Sensibly that the bath has begun. This passage m.k'sn
sudden turn at a right angle, and the heat then increase!;
though the temperature is still not high, and the mist cl
vapor is very slight, if at all percep ible. You now ei •
tor tbe tepid dumber, the t-jiidtruiui of the ancients.—
....u ' .i.i ...,i
with, and the h,+d>-rium itself forms the junction be
tween the two hails. In the latter case it is oblong ;,i
form, and has a marble platform on each side, r.i:s d
about a foot and a half above the central pari; this, s- rv ■
ing as a passage, is of course on the same level as the two
chambers which it counects; bi;t whether as a pa-sage, < t
as a hall in i» s«-lf, it is a!i paved with m ir .le. The nut
tress or.d cushion which arc carried before you tr ■ laid
upon the dais and against the wall; the p.raplierin 1 a of
other guests being similarly disposed all rouud. Colf.-e
and pipes are now brought. In this apittment, dimly
lighted, day sometimes bung quite t xcladed, a II ckering
lamp r> veals uncertainly the nature of the pla eanJil
ita occi:pints. The prespiratiou gently starts from iis
myriad ducts, whilst the solemn itiutky air trauquiliz-s
the spirit, and seems to exclude with a lull of ctlmne.-a
thoughts of tin- fretful world. I'.is here that a stranger in
town or i illag ■ firs’, iniugiea with the inhabitants, and
glides imperceptibly, and divested of the adventitious
aids of dress and attendance, into the niche v;hich hi- so
cial status qu&lifi-'S him to occtuty. .\ gentle foretaste
of s' ampo ung is g von in this up it lineal; an attendant
chafes the feet, or Tightly tap; the lin k mid the limbs to
s'ait the pro-rpiraiiott. When it hga fully broken out,
you are ready fur the hut clumber (valJafiam or lac-mi
cam) which you now enter."
tiik nor ciumukr.
‘‘T’t i- is somewhat similar in form to the first hall, and
is generally covered iu with a dome, the light being ad
mitti d through loopholes filled with .tlined gla s. jlirly
in the initialing the pltce is q.iitu clear unj the
phere is dry, but as ti. wi-.s. .ii.es p!i,c Lee. it be
comes ,!i.. . i»ti,r of the t-Y hi; ••! wicii vapor; thi
h.to . .itiipauY t> im,, e that the Turkish bun i-, like
the !i i—-..ri, Hilly a vapor hath; which is ’ .he
c .se. Tne Turki-h bull is in ( tine pie, *!i<i m fact, a
hot-air bill); the vapor being s'.uost an aC'-tdi lit. Her
the tow. Is .vie all n Riortsl, e\c«pt that which encitc'e-.
ill' Ions. /,’>ii: iou is then puformed, to •rhic’t the
•ot i »! clinking bowls and droppi„^ water duly cor
respond. Through the tight giay tnist the atteudai.t
and bit'ters Hr v „ apietr.il man or, and cvey and * on
there a clapping ot the hands, wlqch is the ba h
tnan’s metl c.l ot iguulix tig. 'pi.e ,.r..<vj of champ o
i g wlhch is here ;.ii ler^Qt.u is most peculiar, and is thut
part of the ha’ll wt.dcu ot all oth. r will be found le .at
easy ot ndop in i into this country It is in itself in art
of 1 o nu an aiteinmt nt, and p ores, as hi« been well te
rn irk. I, that animal magnetism far been p actio d iu the
Bull rcenturies,and 1 enderedsoprtrtmt) myuagea*
blc ns lo be fairly designated ti. ■ I. prj^iaid, u ot b.ahb.
“ Mr. I’ >1 1 'itrt’s lie W,; mu ul ti.e rlortuance us it
<.• the PilliuoI 11 r* all -.1- is fol
low ’kinder tin- il.ru. iberc is nit t'Xlcii-iip|itfiirm of
nmbie .labs. on tin- you get up; the ulolhs ure t.iki n
from you lieil ail sho'u.UiT-; one is spread lor vou lo
lie on, the other is r< lied for your bead ; you lie down
in your back ; the tellak (two, it the h,.. r^'lou is prop
erly pci for nu d) kneels at y ■_ _v ijtJe, and 1.ending ovi y,
g-ips and |.n - . ,«..r • :n t, arms and Kgs, pu-' ing f.uin
r ,:i lu |”irt, like a nftd sb| ting t;s y,. 4|l b , he
brings hUf whole weight Qp ,,11; i. „b a p-rk, ioUuua the
littfc of muscle Wp’q i.li^iuinica) thumb, draws the op li
hand slpOPgiy ove'y tue auiftoo, particularly rouud the
shoulders, turning ynn half up in so doing; stands with
his fm.i on 1 our thighs, and on the chest. e.;(] alips down
the ribs, then up again three times; and las'lv, doubling
your arms, one after the other on the phi., putass wi.h
hotli hinds down, beginni- , nt in. < Vow, and then put
ting an arm ut.d.r the ba. . and applying his chist tn
vour crosf.i vly.vws, roils on you nemos till you rr..ck.—
\ 0..1 a..- uu« turned on your face, and, in addition to ti c
tbovo d cribed, lie •••■ 01 • elbow round tl«
edge-of your shoulder-blades, and wi lt the heel plies
tin’angle of your neih; be co.iludis by naulit g the
body half up by each arm s'lc.. .-iveiy, while lie stands
with one foot eg tl.e oppo .le tbh.li. t oil are then till -
ed fr* •• ..lorn, nt ta n sitting pi slure, and a contortion i
glveh to the small of the back with the knep and a jetk
to the neck bv the two bands holding Un- temples.’
“The reader mu-! ,.ut 1 uguu^st the suppos lion that
all this -/racking 0! the pints and supple members, ;hi>
kneading 01 the useh, is attended with Js-uomfori 01
pain. When it is skillfully iwitpi«,<d, the sensation if
even pleasurable. iy,dye>i, ih.- i< signified by the Arabic
“Next conn * the washing, or lather the use of tin
gl ive nude of camel's or gn'ii's hair. After reu\u>-*t«j;ir f
tin* body, which yon dolor yonrh-lf, w,:u . cup giver
you for that purpose, vot|. in q sitting position, bend to
ward the utlpndti.t, u'uo, bending over you, rubs down
the uva, co ft; licencing from the neek. The loosened
siipf «kin Jeelg oil' in little elongated rolls, and if co''
looted will form a bill as big as a hyacinth root, ft tvai
for the removal of this dead cuticle tbs* ;l»e strii'il war
anciently used; and how it tg- kitten into disu-c woulc
be a curious fid ,'Ot ot reearch. W# may infer from at
eplg,.iit, or Marital's that ft was originally an Kis(y;ti ix
plt Qient, for he speaks of its coming fro^ i'ergamus.—
Augustus borrowed his woode*\ uolmii g coueh, cullec
dare '(i, from Fpain, *ud Suetonius expressly s.iys that tin
word is SetniJt. Many think that the word t/r<cW ii
also iberian. but utringere, to graze lightly, to, pull oi
peel on; denotes its true derivation ’’
‘ Following u^oa the glove conies the soaping process,
A bowl u« water is brought froihed with Cretan soap
which is sometimes perfumed, and the soft fibrous lidi
of the palm tree'to rub the body vyith. With this tin
body is washed, begiutungwt the head : this operation ii
repeated twiep. /hvncouue the ho.clotlts, in wb c i yot:
Rre u.aypeo. and the filial act of the hath is to dish s
bowl of water oyer the feet: a vory important custom
this, and one which opens up a scry singular subject oi
inquiry, though, wo stupi nut at preseut touch uj on it.”
COOllMt Of t'.
“ you now re urn to the coolit g room, or frigldarium
There you recline upon a couch with h s use oi ease ant
tranquility almost indescribable. The blood circulate!
f-eely, the chest dilatee, the fresh rr coxes charge;
with vi ality. The wretched find life tolerable. vid ilu
aged cast off for a moment the bqrdefl years. Suvary,
describing the sematiop^ ray., it feels as if one was
just born, ap;} fiega^ tp five for the first time. A
lively s.e_..e ot e^lstenpe spreads over the whole body ;
one yields to the nK-st pleasant imaginations, and the
mintfia entertained with the most delightful rcve’:.,.-.~
fiie fancy ransacks all nature, and finds in \i ^tbing bui
the gravest pictures aud images of pygy ck light. ‘Ij- file,
he runs on, philoso»'h\ utter Locke, *a was the mail'
ner of Ida v^uMiryufeu In that day—‘If life is but thc6tip
of ideas, the rapidity with which the ,„o«oory
then traces them, the vigor with which pm spirit ibct
t-iiveises every link, would !• id .ur to suppose that ii
the two hours of unl>reV«-.i OAfiu which f'oliow the bill
many years hay0 • ttpsed.' Every cue who has expe
r\;.U«^d me processes ef the rral Turkish bath, m theii
perfection, bca-s witness to the same ttf-ot. /tie whofi
man wakrs and yet the whole man is iu a .tale of repose
Tnere is a-Quae ttf recondite euetgy coupled with th.
silent w-iyyity ot absolute rest. The a;r grows electiical
gml we find lor the first time that breathing is insp ra
tpn. This feeling aoou gives place to au eager appetiti
for r^erpisa ai d labor; a most na'ural succession.”
AS* receiving fo the Kail Trade, C.rpfUnse, Oil Cloth*, Ms
t DM, I’urtUn 8 ods, Ocr^l^j ana Rands, Wlndo- Shads
Paper Hanitlnes, Curled Ifnlr and Mom, for sal at low price* -
Carpet*, Cu’da'ne, had* and Mattroajia made to order at abort no
ttr». f*p.r haingieg done fn the city or country by eupertor work
■uab-__. fa~l—
NSW inPOBTA I ION. - Megant french end Knalkl
China Dinner and Tea Set', Toilet Ware. While 8. unite l'ln
ner and Tea Pet*. Japaaed Toilet Ware, iloasekeeplog goods
Lamps, An., to whfoh we invite the attention of purchaeee.
■UI Ootoer Rh and Broad Street*
Thr (inly » Inc© h Iiitc a C’un* < »n l»«* Obttainrtl.
1 I | V*L JOHNSON hss dbeoven-d the m<** C-rUin, Hp *i\y ar,'
j r only MTtiuI Remedy lathe Wor;*l f..r Weak nett • f thi
, Pack nr Umb*, Rtrlfturei, Alfectfona of th» kidoevs and Madder
Involuntary DUch trpes, Impel* m*yt Gi rural Debility, Nervous
* mu*, |);ipt*i lit, l.inrurve, \ ow Hi Mu, C >nfn*lnn of I i*-as, Palpi
t itlnn of the Heart. TlmidiTv.TreTth Inr^ himnets of H hi or Go!
. dlnrts, Disc »*. of Uf IP id. Throat, No*.- er j*kln, Affections : th*
• thertohtary Ilahltf of Youth -IlioseM* *kt ko.| loitury |»raetlr»-<
more fatal t«> their victims than ti • * ng ■ f Hvrens to the Marlnrn
. of Ulyssep, blighting their most brilliant hopes or autlctpaHotif.rtn
derlng marriage, Ac., Impossible.
Especially, who have become the violin,* of fMiUry Vice, that
dreadful and destructive habit which annually »we*p« to an untlme*
ly grave thousand* of Young men of the most exalted taleiita and
hrliltant Intelle ct, »h*» tn ght otherwise l ave entranced listening
ih n jte* with the thunders of "loqurrief, or waked to ec*tacy till
living lyre, mav call with fuil confidence.
Marrie I Pomona, or Young Men contemplating marriage, being
a«ar- of phts-cai weakntM, organic debility, deformities, Ac.,
spi edlly cured.
He who places himself under the care of Dr. J may religiously
confide In hi* honor as a g?*nt eman, an l confidently rely upon hi©
•kill as a Physician.
I tn media’ ly Cured and Full Vigor Re-<u»r*-d.
Tula Dreadful 'Maeme -which render* l.ife miserable and Mar
r»age unpnftibh Is the penalty |»aul by the vict mj of Improper
luduk*- nr* • Your.g person* nre too apt t#» commit exce—e* from
Now, alio t . i*. understand* the subject wtl: pretend to deny tha
the p. wer of prorreati t»1* lot sooner i v those falling into it,
► roper habit* lli.tn by U • |»ruddil ? ltt*i,)«-<* beiug deprlvi d of tl*e
pIea*ureof healthy offspring, the iro*t strlno* and destructive
■yrc tom* both-body and minJ arise. The system tecorut* Po
ring* d, :h* Physical and M»*nt*l Function* Weakened,Lc*« of pr.»
creative Power, Nervous Irrltahilil v, Dyspepsia, Palpitation of ti e
Heart, Inrgtf. n,Constitutional Debility, a Wasting uf the frame,
C**ugln, Consumption. 4r
Left hand aide going from hah .more street, a few doo** from the
eorrer. Fail n it to nba rve name and number.
Lcttcn must •»? paid ar.d contain a stamp. The Doctor's Diplo
ma* hang In h‘i office.
Member of 0 K »yal .*♦• r.f Pur/eonfl, graduate fr^m one of
the most eminent Colleges In the Un tH kt«t«-s, an I the greater
part • f whose life haa been spent In H e hospitals of London, Par
is, PMIadt lphf.4 Mi • s? wh»*re, ha* effected * tne of the mn*t as
tonishing nr. that were ever known; many troubled with ringing
in the head * I e »rs when asleep, greet nervousness, being alarm
ed at sodden sounds, baihfulneb*, with frequent blushing, at
tended sometimes ri.h a derangement of miuj, were cured lm
Dr. J. addresses *11 those who have injured themselves by lm
I rop r indufpen •• and solitary hal h*, which ruin both body and
mind, unfit lag them for either busiti*-**, study, society or mar
These arc some of the sad and melancho'y effect* produced by
early hahds of youth, via : Weakness of the Hark and Limbs,
Fains in th*- Head, Din.nrsa of bight, !.'*** ftf Muscular Pf wer. Pal
pltatlon of the Heart, Dyspepsy, Nervous Instability, Derange
rc? r.t of the D.geftl .’e Kanctl as, General Debility, Symptoms cf
Msnt.11.: Th** fearful effe ♦* on the mind are much to be
dread -t Lose of Mer.i- ry, t onfushn of Ideas, D« pressiou of Pplr
P. titu'1 . T rniJitv, Ac . are som* of the evils preducc»l.
T‘..nil* i.f i*-ill .... , ... - ; ..l ... It_
cf their .1*-.11 r.nc hesl’l, losing their vigor, he. oming weak, pale,
ntrvncs anil ■ i al»il; having a singular appearance about the
eyes, <. .-gi. and syr. ylem* r.f consumption.
Who h*vt injure! thcmic cs i y a certain prsctlee Indulged In
—hen alone a habit f rquently l«*.,rn J from evil companions, or
at school, lh" effects of which are nightly felt, even when asleep,
and If net - r I re I ri marrfay- Mposslble, and deitroyi both
mind end body, should apply Immediately.
Hhtit a ;*11> that a j-.li.i: iu:,n, th .■ hope of his country, the
darling ol tl. parents, th» u d he snatched from all prospect* and
enjoyment, of life, ty the consequence o' deviating from the path,
of nature and Indulging In a certain secret habit, touch persons
a t er, before contemplating
reflect that a sound n.lnd ar.-i bn ly a. e '.be m st ntoaaaary requill*
1: ,. Without these, the
journey tic ru*l. ll'e I . - aweary pilgrimage; the proved
hourly darker.* ’ ■ i- : the n-luo w , m- s sl.a V-w—I with des
ralr and fill* • v.i;, the me1 • -aoiy reflection that the happmsss of
another becomes blip' , wen -tur own.
CitoslASE of imprudence.
w: r, the . ..-,ul led Ir.ipru l.-nt v.'.tary of p! rasa re finds he
r.a* luit-ibed tl • -It of this painful Jlsc.se, It too often happens
tl- tt an l.I-il. 1 senae ■ f r' ...,*, cr -lrrH-i of discovery, deters him
from apply In. i those veu. from education and respectability, can
si-nt befrlr nd t.-.ta. I.- falls into the hands of Ihc ignorant and
deslgnli..-1-|. 1. - !• r., wh i.Incapable of cuilng, filch I is pecuniary
or h !>.ng as the
•m.'iesl fe- can he r-Mslued, and in de,palr leave him wl-.h ru*-l
he-altli to sl.-li.... vr !.i» Ilug ilisappomtnient; or, bv lit;- «,« cf
Ih t deadly j iron, We- . •>•, ha: ten the consit'.^loaal sysum of
this terrible ,11, .. . . such as alf-Moo pf t.t slead, H.ruat, Note
hkln, ctc.pr gresstng with ft’ -.:IJ tar>-lUv till dwtfi puts a • *!
rlo I to his dreadfuls iT* r^i ay se nding him to that undiscovered
CuUD'ry from n ■•.. b- .ins u i-at.ler reiur.,s
s,»f OOR8KM KNT <’F THE I-KE.-J8.
Th u.*»y tl. - »d-'suore,i at this insiliutlon wtodn the last
elgljVecr. j vart iod thc nunier- us Import.! gurgle;,I Operations
p-rfurmad hy Hr. J- -ton, witnrsi-d ■ v •>, re,.r.r,.. , of^* ..^n"
man, . U, r p tp- rs. O.UK-S of *«• h have appeared again and
' 1 ' ' Ung at a gentleman < f
“ rr *’• ... t* » sun • lent guarantee to the uf*
Persons u »! ■ n'.l »• , :r|. »i_ in dir,., wag their letters to
hli Institution, in th# sVl'*ainj mu!*<r:
Ua'lltncr Isoa k Hospital,
j kuft>—-ly Baltimore. Maryland.
UA 1C‘5 ’I A .N’S I r»» |>r** \ ni t|HKiipii|a(r«( Isuano.
I% A»im»oni;ilr«| Snp«*f. |*|i«>h Linti's
Slip, r I’MoiupIuiv. S>| l.lme (without
Amnonia.) Also. ( in.*.’ \ m, *.l«4 i ».,► .iidii a
Tr - u ch*non,| K t . *-r M II •, • o» a fu’l «u|»p1v of the
'hove Qsm *l Kfr'!.U#’s on W.h »,.ind the mills constantly at woik,
nr< pr#j arc4 t.» fumt.;. . <a and Hasten with any quantity
they *rav »la]L V •* • Mowing iatea:
M in'p^a-eTl.niDO 1 Per tea
As*.>a. *s' I tap r f*l pphate f*f Islrne ItO. v t.t
k|0'r I’ ;,v -t# uf Mn.e, (»i*‘ ot Aim-i nla) KQ \ WtHi !bl,
!• Iteri I • r l. r tffn»nfpart ofthedtj
1 - w ftiiich lliifje Manurt. used fieri tig
Klnia and N *:«!• Car' lint, ia r yirara » v lettert rereived, and i.e
’ ' • '• * ' ■ ' • I t H . 1 rr », ■ u I . given, t ut
It la deemed uat . • . Parmera »|!I r.Miff, u l.v 1 rdr-rirg at
ar. ..11 y -Uv. y c*n b# fu r. . . ! a u. • Mills or bv Metars
U 4 < Ulho.n -. Mrir- i. \ 1 j. . • Uyn«* in RlrJ.in* lid,
d u. Hop#, kaq Will* .m.Uiih', Mitaia K Wy*?* A Cu , Norfolk, U
*» •«»(, t 4 Bi ri,*.,,.- J. it. ,.j a t , ly . M>urg, Wm.
h 1 . I.* viijtuk, * d tin<|win, Faq , Klucajtie, Va , and Uor.cc.ta
»Ic*. McocaaoW generally.
Ail orders proiaj.ll/ attended to.
J. If. POINDEXTER, Frr.prlrtor.
B. 11AKi MAN, Umeral Ayent.
M 9m P O.Bns 1
•N. It.— Pl*‘\'e nrtlee that frVMJ irjrredlent u*« tl in the fort-going
preparations Ir purch*»e4n»nth of Maaon an l TMaon’* f.lne.
]> 14 I! >Hf \ A) < S.o 9 II1 (J HANUFAC ,s
\ TOK\. Tis# Miharribers have on hand a large ar<iNU
. p,.iet« HW.tintent of fM’I'T'ill.AN MANI'KAOTUKSD
■ _jX
Pk- fol o»*■ i' noted n il!* : Crer*ali-w Mil.*. Hi- lioi> ad, Va., Milu r
* To V Cu;»-C| I r r untv, \.s IvlVy Y »rJ . t Co’s -Tit,
Kr* 1s t!, kn -nry, N 1 , llnun.'u x tlm *’ Mdls. Ma# < n, Bmllh county,
x 1 R* nd M • N, 0., whleh are prt pared to
make to m* .HQre at ihf ? Jif.r'* st«*ta «, and in the latent ^nd rn at
approved‘tvh-r t -'1^* urconipire in every revpret with

Kn' I* e»- ‘ •'**'s1* dy t" fc #nrh. There cj n he no I npr an ri*
rx^.-l r Vuy jii: g«*odg ni.inufartun 4 «>ul f flhcbtaU. In addition,
wek . .»hlu.ky. on l.aml a -to, a « f KBKNCH aND »>(H IHI!
CI.OTHa AN » CAhBIMKUl A, not to he su'paaaed by any hoiu*- in
t' ecltr. He } — *. '*bc b**t 11 Cutter*, and « corps of workr..n
not to !.* •frpvn i by :<uy hoof- in it r I »,! with a dctermUia
ii mi in luvnl-n our patrona ubh lh>ui hem Clothing—> material raised
Bout*', yo.e * Wove Roui|», cut and ruadr South, and we trust tube
told ard worn Houlh -»» we are determined to do all in our potfrtr
to ptuti fvrwtrd BuuUieru iDatltutions.
Olothtera and MeVchaui Tailor*,
M Corner of Mala aud t^h ktreeta.
Grom lemons Fm-nishinj^G-ootls
I Wfy hav.- »u * f n aaSd orerJWMl do* FMrts, all pricet, qualitiv*
I V \ an4 •*>^4, which we are doaing out at reduced price*.
[ NiJrU arc all raa«le with the famoua Improved yr«arh
line, auu are warrunieu to lit.
Our .rtinent of Ties ami Cravats can’t b, beat ts Out city ol
Wc would call attention to our '.«>** Mock of Ca.lcr .Shirts and
Drawers, Which Is verv faB .»d contains full line* la BUR, Gaun
Merlnoex, Linen, ap •' JvlWu.
" c have l-^ta.i 1 our facilities for making Shirts to order, at
the possible notice, sad a pie.Vct lit warranted.
Also, on hand, a fine atock ui Beady SI : J.- Clothing,
1*1 * No. 94 Main Blfaai, Oor. 14th Hi,
*r ev«t’Si-ivo Tnra
Where for more than twenty years first class Goods bare beet
Sold at right prices.
if Rem ember JR
They Warrant every article they sell, and oiler at all times the
"A Word to the Wise I”
DARRIt'OTT, II 11« It Is ale < «.,
HAVE on band a large Ua. t cf WLOTtUMD, each as
Orb II Beav.-r OtewcaU
Moscc V its* pcs Jo.
Eaa’bk Whitney J*.
br*-. bea.cr Garraeki
Waek PetiJahnu do.
Stiver MlsedCau Suita
Grey Cass. do.
Vr! v teen Hunting Suit!
Black and P'.rn french Cats Suits
Black and fancy Casa Pants
fancy gad bunk Silk Vefts
Slav* auJ Pansy Yetvat Teaks
Shirts, Oodars, Socks and Ties
Un«ler SMris and Drawers
Boys' Clothing, Children's Clr tiling,
for Bargains call on DAKRIC't/fT, HARRIS A 00.,
poI8_________ 119 Main Street.
HAVING been appoint'd Agent for Teeth manufactured bj
J ties A While, of I’ldl idel|.hla, a supply of them esn siwayl
be found l>y tailing at my xtorr,
A so. Files of aU kinds. 0. GKNNtT,
ml.lj Engle Square.
VKTINK (!f TAR.—Jack too'a Pectoral syrup; wi»u«’s
tf Brown's, Jackson’s and L' .ryxa Lozenges; A»re$'Cherry
Pector.'l. Wi,tar's I1sI.mii, and many other valuable ressedles foi
Coldi, Coughs, Ac , for sale at
MEADE A rHKPlfS Dreg Flore,
■MB 180 Main PI., men or above P. O.
I I MP I'l.ASTER, cf the best quality, landing In the Dock ant
J for aale by_fmhifi}_ I A o. II PAYER PORT.
BA4’4>N —Prltae Western Shoulders fortalehy
ClBtHND ALIM NA I.T. I") • >. k» In pr-ne order -
I f r said by I'nl.’d'] L A 0. U DAVENPORT.
-IRA HR !.«. PORTLAND STROP, in vtcre ar.dforsale byh
l**11f»19 _M. JONES.
Sllfl.tll,—Ilk) Bh New Vnrk Steam Sugar Reftckag Compa
ey's Fxua C Sugar, landing f- r .ale hy
Look Il, Ass pmtkm LOOKlh ti
fri.Ahh I'LAIEHit—A gvu ral as'oilment cf sites with am
1 without f.amrs, tor sale by WM. SATTI.k R A CO ,
_“h»J_1*9 Ms la iirmt.
GOM ARABIC,—6 bales Gut Arabic, tor tale by
■W-R Oaraar Cary aad 1IR BtoaHto

Nervous Headache!
All Kinds of
Ry the ate of the»e Plinth*- period!-- attack* of Verov** nr Sick
/7-vi-f.i, hr n.*y in- prevented, end If taken at the commence
ment of an attack Immediate relief from pain am' alcknea* will be
Thry a.ldom, fall In removlrg the A'auttn aid Urulackt to
which female* ar» to aubj-ct.
They art gently upon thehrwel*,- removing (V ffr/nra*
For UUrar’t Via,Afii*/riif<, Dolealr Females. and all jerv»n*
of hilonktry ka/.ita, they ate valuable ae a //oe-tfaee, Improving
the a/>;rtitf, giving tarn and r!<j<r In the digestive ergans, and
reet-r.ng Ihe natural elasticity and strength of t) e whole ayatem.
The cri'll ALIO I’fl.lJt are the result of long Investigation and
care'u'ly conducted experiments, having been In nae many year*,
during which lira- IhryH.avr prevent- ,1 and relieved a tail
amount of pain and lufferlng from Headache, whether origina
ting In the ne/nnte ayatem or from a derang, 1 fat* of lha
They are entirely vegetable !n their composition, anj may he ta
ken at all time* wlih perfect safety, without icak r.g any change o(
diet,im*f Uditararr of any diniyrttahU f-trfe, ren<fe*» if #•<*>
t<i tulmini+Ur tkrm f*> ckiulrrn.
The genuine have flve signatures of Henry C. F,-aiding oa each
Fold by Druggist* and all other Dealer* In Medlrlne*.
A box will be lent by mall, f repaid, on receipt of the
All order* ihould be addressed to
48 Cedar Street, Nets Vork.
tur, riM,u'»n mu f. i fi i i r KJW
si>i:i:i>y amd si iti: itke
A* these Testimonial* were unsolicited fty Mr. Spald
ing, they affordumfuestiemabl* proof of the efficacy
of this truly trientijic discovery.
IfAsoariLLA, Cun., Feb. 8, 14*1.
Mi. Ppaloino,
I have tried your Cephalic Pills, ami / tlte them so still that I
want you to tend me two dollars worth more.
Part of these are for the neighbors, lo whom I gave a Law cot of
theOrstbox I got from job.
E«nd the Pitta by mall, and oblige
Yoor ob't Herr ant,
Eavaaroan, Pa,; Feb. (, 14*1,
Mi. Frttbnto.
I wl«h you to aend me one more hnx of your Cephalic Flfn, /
tune rec eived a great deal of benefit few them
Your», reimtfully.
Beacot Cun, Hi amtor •» Cn., Pa., I
January 14, l-Al (
H. 0. Beai mon.
You will please «end me two hoses of your Cep' alio Pills. Bend
them Immed.ately. Respectfully yours,
P.8.—/hare used one test of your mts, and ind than or el*
Bin .la Vga»o», Onto, Jan. 1.1,1M.1.
H xkt C BeatMSO, F»q,
Please (In I Inrlo-. d twen! five e< rle, for which »erd me an. ther
1 » ■ ' . It.
< r. r tried.
Direct “ A STOVER, P M.
Belle Vernon, Wyandot Oo , C.
DavKKLT, Mass , Dee. 11,1440.
IT. <1. Seatrnto, Fsq.
I wl-h f..rsotr. circulars rr larre «tr.w Idll#, to bring ycurCe
phalir Pllli more particularly before tr.y . ustemers. If you hava

Oli efmycust r», wl - Is fill:. I to leyr.-P'r'r If adaehe,
. usutil, lasting two dayi.) st i cured oj » off HU hour bp
your Pills, whirb I lent her.
Respectfully yonn,
Rav.x. uncarao Fn*» ’* Co„0»tO, I
January f, 14*1 |
Ea-var C PeaiMao,
No4s Cedar it . N. Y.
Daaa Sia:
Tneloaed find twenty-flri rents, (?1.) for wh'eh send boi of "Ce*
phalle Plili " Bend lo address of Rey. W'm. C. Filler, Reynolds
bur*. Franklin Co , Ohio.
Yottr Pdl* uork hie a chartn cure Headache almost in*
Truly youn,
tr-iiAsn.Micq., Jan. 14,1-61,
Ma. P ii.oiso.
Not lour sii i -I sett to you f r a box of C«pi site PHD fcr tha
cure of the Nrrvoui Headarhe at,.I r. stlerie >, and rreelvrd tha
aaiue, and thru had *a y. < / on <//.. tic as no. u• td lo tend far
ftjpiease lend by return mail. Direct to
Vptllantl, Mich,
From the Ktraminer, Sorf.a, Va.
Cepbaflc Pills actompllih lh-rd.jeet for which they Were made,
yli: Cure of hi adaehe In all Its formi.
From the Rrtmir.er, Xorf.lt, Va.
They have been teslrd In more than a thcusai 1 cases, with en
tire luccesa.
From the P.-mrsrat, St. Hotid. Minn.
ff yon are, or hare been troubled with the headache, lend for a
v***« mrn in cue ci an al
From the AJrerfiner, BrOtUewrt, H. t.
The Cephalic Ufa are said to be a remarkably >(Teetire remedy
for the lieade- lie. and one of the very beat for that very frequent
complaint which has ever been discovered.
From the Wreterrt R, It. Gillette, Chunigo, in.
We heartily endorse Mr. Bpaldlug, and his uhriva.led Cerhallo
Pills. ,
From the No notch o Volley Shir, N inelirho, Vn.
We are sure that persons suffering with head* -he, who try them,
will slick to them.
From the Southern Both FiuJer, Here Ortenne, hi.
Try them I you that are sllllcted, and we are « ire that your tes
timony ran he added to the a'r sdv comer'ica lint that has receiv
ed benefits that no other medicine r.n produce.
From the St, h/ule Democrat.
The Immense demand for the article (Cephalic Pills) Is rapidly
From the Gotette, Dorenjerri, I.rrei.
Mr. Spalding would not connect his name with an article he did
not 4 tune to possess real merit.
From the AJrerti.tr, BroriJence, It. I.
The testimony In their favor is strong, from the most respecta
ble quarters.
Fi rm the Boily Nr're, N import, It. /,
Cephalic Pills arc taking the place of all kinds.
From the i\ mmer. ini Bulletin, /t-t i, Shite.
Paid to be very efficacious for the headache.
From the Commercial, (Ynr/niw/M, Ohio.
Suffering humanity can now be relieved.
A single bottle of SPAf.DING‘8 PREPARED GLCfc will
save ten times its cost annas iy._^J
¥f?~‘ h Stitch is Tint guess Nina" at
As accidents will happen, eTcn In well regoUted famll'rs. It tl x
very Cetlrable to have some cheap and convenient way ter repair
ing ffninltcre, toys, Crockery, Ac.
meets all such emergencies, and no hous-hold ran afford tabs
without It. It is always ready, and up to the sticking point.
N. B.—A brush accompanies each Bottle Prlj-e tfi rente.
Addrers, HENRY O.'DPAI.DINfl,
No 48 CEDAR Street, New York.
Ai certalu unprincipled persons ars attempt ng to palm off on
I the unsuspecting public, Imitations of my PR1 PARED OLL'R, I
would caath n ail pv sons to eramlns before perch aslag, and §04
that tits fall name,
N wUsHkUt vrgyy wU«U Mhos at* iwtadbag naatesMMb

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