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WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, I NOVEMBER 5, 1861.
The Flower of Liberty.
BY OLITIKiriNDXLL I101MC9.
Krora tin Atlantlo Monthly fur NoTembrr.
What flower la this that fircota the inorn,
Us hues from lioaven eo freshly born?
With burning star and flaming brand
It kindles nil the sunset land ;
), tell us what Its nmi may bo I
Is this the Flower of Liberty f
It Is tho bannor of tho free,
The starry Flower of Liborty!
In fctvairo n ituro's fir abode
Us tonder seed our fathers sjowod :
The storm-wlnda rocked Its swelling hud,
Its opening loives were streaked with Mood,
Till, lol earth' tyrants shook to seo
Tho full-blown Flower of Liborty 1
Then h.tll tho bannor of the freo,
The starry Flower of Liborty !
Heboid Its streaming rnys unlto
One mingling flood of br.ililod light
Tho red that Ares tho Southern rose,
With spotless whlto from Northern snows,
And, spangled o'er Its mure, see
Tho slater Stars of Liberty I
Then bill the b inner of the freo,
Tho starry Flower of Liberty 1
Tho Wades of heroes fence It round j
Where'er It springs Is liuly ground;
From toner and dome its glories spread ;
It waves whoro lonely sentries tread ;
It m ikes the laud as ocoan Tree,
And plants an omplro on the Boa t
Then ball the banner of tho free,
Tho blurry Flower of Liberty I
Thy saored leaves, fair froedom's flowor,
Bhall ever float on dome and tower,
To all tbelr heavenly colors true,
In blackening frost or crimson dew i
And Qod love us as we love thee,
Tlirlce holy Flowor of Liberty I
Then hull the banner of the free.
The starry F owor of Llbertj-t
For the National Republican.
To the President of the Untied Vlateit
Sm: Tho alacrity with wblcb tho patriotic
maises have responded to your call to defend
the Union with their blocd, justices the belief
that there will be no lack of men, if properly
directed, to crush out the las', vislije of rebel
lion. Out these brave tnuu who have kit their
comfortable homes for tho privations and rig
ors of the camp, mut hi promptly paid, their
wants liberally supplied, and all the paiapher
nalla of war furnished by the Government.
Should the war continue one ear from ilia first
of January next, it will cobI, Including what
has already been expended, ubout one billion
of dollar?. Two thirds of this largti Him of
money must to be borrowed. Tho ciulit if
a nation rests upon the same basis as that of an
Individual, namely: faith In the integrity and
"sagacity o! the borrower, and his ability to
pay; and lu order that there shall be uo lack
of faith In our ability, as a nation, it becomes
the duty of the Government lo exhibit to the
world all Its resources, and combine and use
them lo the bfBt advantage.
In looking over your patilotlo message) to
tie extra session of Congress, aud the appeal
of Secretary Chase "In behalf of tin national
loan," I find noallii'lon whatever to the public
lands. 'Ibis omission may bo accounted for,
perhaps, on the the ground that the giving aicay
of these lands to actual Ectller?, constituted a
part of the Republican platlorm, and that the
message " nnd " appeal " were v.i itUn before
that platform drilled and went to pieces on the
thonls ot pro-slavery.
Without stopping to discuss the wisdom or
folly ot such a policy, wltb a full treasury and
the country at peace, no bti'lneBs man will bay
tbat such a measure would be wise to day.
To show tho extent and value of our publ.c
lands, 1 tubjoin tho following cxtracls from
the report ot the CotuiiUsiouer of the Gci.trul
Land Oftbe lor 18G0:
" Thi total urea of unsold and unapproprl
nted of offered and unonered Unds'oi the pub
lie domain oil the 30th ot September, 1SGU,
waB 1,055,911,288 acres.
" lhls vast extent of territory la suflleient for
thirty-two States, each equal to the great Statu
" It embraces colls capable ol abundant yield
ol the rich productions of the tropics, of sugar,
cotton, rice, tobacco, corn, and the grape, the
vintage, no a staple, particularly to ol tall
lorula; of the great cereals, wheat and corn
in the western, noitb western, and Pacific States.
and In tbat vast interior reglou fromtbo ulley
ol the Mississippi river to ihe Rocky inoun
tains; and thence to the chain formed by the
Sierra Nevada aud Cascade?, the eastern nail
of thq l'aclflo slope, every variety of soil it
'. found revealing its wealth.
'Instead ot dreary inarable wastes, as sup
posed in earlier liuits, the millions ot bi Halo,
elk, deer, mouctaiu sheep, tbo primitive It
hibitauts of the soil fed by the hand of numro,
attest Its capacity tor the nbundunt Nippon ot
n dense population through the nkilllul toil ot
the agriculturist, dealing with tho turtli nn
dci the guldancj ol Ihe uleneo of the promo,
""Not only Is Ihe yield of food lor man In
this region ubuudaut, but it holds la lU bu'om
the precious metals ot gol I, t-Ilrer, with ciimi
bar, the usetul metals ol Iron, lead, copper, In
, terepersed wltb Immense belts or strati ol that
propulrlre element, coal, the soared of riches
and power, and now the indispensable agent
not only lor domestic purposes of life, bat in
tho midline, (-bop, the steam car, uud lniin
vef-el, quickening the advanou of clvllUs.ll in
and the permanent seltleuviUt of thu ci uutry,
and being Ihe agent ol acilve aud cotistant In
tercommuuicatlou with every part if the He
Now, for the double purpose ol facilitating
tho ruMng of m uoy to curry on the wai tor
tho Uuiou, and to buttle forever the tenitoriut
iiueHlon which has for years been ii bone of
contention uetween the tree and slave States,
I submit for your consideration, thu following
plan, viz : Let Congress aulhorlan the appoint
metit of a commission by thu President, who'e
duty it shall be to divide nruonir tho loval
Stati s, ull thu public lands, in proportion to the
number of soldieis furnished by each Slate fur
tho defenca of tbo Government. 1,1 p lymcut
ot these land", me several stales mall issue
boudi, payable in twmty years, with Interest
at six per c tit. piyublusmi-annuilly These
St tie bonds to be eudorred by the General
Government, and the iuteiest tbe.'eou paid
from the National Treasury,
Vltei ibo tlebis of the nation, conliuetid
ill lor I) the Issuing ol there bouds, shall ha
teu paid, nil tbe eurpUiH reveauou bhall bd
used for1 the payment of these Slate bottls; and
at tho expiration of the twenty years. If they
shall nqt have been paid by the General Gov
ernment, then tho several States shall make up
f 10 deflclt In cash, or a new Iceuo of bonds, ai
they may elect at the time.
Owing to the falling off of Imports, the coun
try is comparitively bare of foreign goals, and
this deficiency will have to bo supplied under
lb action of the Morrill tarlfr, or a higher one.
The enormous amount of money belug circu
lated among 111? peoplo for war purpoei, and
tbs millions flowing In from abroad will neces
sarily sllniulate Industry, enterprise, and spec
ulation, so that whether the war ends this year
or ntixt. tbo free States will be In a whirl of
prosperity, and fori igu good; will again flood
the country, anil, as a consequence, Ihe national
Treasury wilt ualu be replenished, and the
Stalo bonds paid from the national Treasury:
and if thes i conclusions arc correct, l!n loyal
States will linve recured to themselves this
vast amount of properly, simply for tho loan of
Very respectfully yours, V. E. Somfs.
The order of the Secrstary of War lo Gen.
Sherman, in respect to tho treatment of tho
nogro question, g'res general satisfaction lo
The Chicago TK'junesajs of It:
"This langiiitge, though eschewing tb words
freedom or emancipation, can only mean that
Gen.Shermtn thalltake all tho-otgroes Itemiy
find In South Cirollna, or wherever h.i may
land, and either Incorporate them into his army
or employ thein In whatever capacity they may
be best fltted for, (Milnsl (Atirrcfcel mnsUrs. In
some respects this order ol the Government is
more rsdical than Fremont's proclaraati ,n; for
though ths latter was prtferable in n moral
point of view, in bestowing freedom outright
upon tho slaves of rebel", the former proposes
to make Immediate use of their strength in
fighting fir tho Government and breaking
down the rebellion. In promising comp-nsa-tlon
to loyal masters for I he Toss of tbeir slaves,
the Secretary of War clearly Implies tbat the
rebel masters shall not be compt usated; nnd
Inasmuch as the Government cannot becemo a
slave holder, 'he final result to the nesro can
ealy be bis emancipation. Tho order is more
sweeping also than Fremont's proclamation, in
that It includes rut naves, those ot loyal as well
as rebel masters, promising the complete anni
hilation of "lavery, though with full and just
compensation to all who are entitled to claim it.
" We hesitate not to say tint this order to
Gen. Sherman is better than a great victory c n
the field. It will revive the courngo of loyal
and Christian men by giving promise of an end
to be attained -an enduring victory, n ip-edy
and permanent peace, and a glorious luuireof
freedom to all men The clouds ure rent, and
the sun ol uulvi rsal liberty is ehlniug through.
Henceforth the summons is issued to ei i ry loyal
man, bond or Iree, white or black, gray or o p
per colored, to every man having bral.is.i-luHwi',
or muscles, to join hands in putting down the
traitor oligarchy. It i declared that benct forth
the four millions of loyal blacks shall not be
lashed into alliance with tho enemies of the
Union; they shall be employed on the Lord's
side to crush tho rebellion, to achievo tbeir own
liberty, and to open before us a future of uu
broken prosperity and peico. In the name of
the people who are giving thoir sons, their
treasure, their very life blood to the wai tor the
Union, we tbank our rulers lor Ih s wit-u and
no uoc.rr i.i.NDj anATEI touHtnviCK in tub
The following circular Is being sent from the
Pension Buretu to many applicittls lor bounty
laud for current ralllttry service:
l'jxsioN Okhck, Nov. 2, lbBI.
Sm: The nppllcition foi bounty Uud, lor
warded by you lu helull ot a soldier ot the
present war, Is herewith returned to yo lr ad
dress. A sufficient number ot simiUi un
founded claims having been piesented to le
riulre pBclul action ou iny part, both to ptevent
Imposition upon so'diers wlio lniy 1)J misl d
into the asertlon of such n cl dm, and t tave
this ofllce much useless labor. 1 have to inform
you that no paper of this character Will bo
placed among our files, or In uuy manner uu
There is no law granting bounty laud for
any service rendered subsequently to Much 3,
1855, nor will any nppllcivi in bu tieiled as
valid under u future act of Congress ii niadu
before the ilito of thu approval of such a i by
the Executive. Kespectlully yours,
Jo.-,Li'it U. Bir.ithrr, Coiuui fflonct.
Till! t'it'TUKE OF COLONEL COOsntLL.
Letters Irom the qiurlei master of tho ram
many regiment, with iiiilhontlc Information
from other sources, enable us to givu tho fol
lowing paitlcultrs concerning tho uapturo of
The Colonel was wounded In tho loft hind In
the early part of the engagement. Whim ho
perceived that the day whs golnir naiusi our
troops, lie ordered his men to fall b ick upon
tho rlier, mil escape lo the nthor slmro, If
possible. Ho, me, ultimo, took Midi measures
as wore p sslhlo to Insure tho safoty of his
men, and to keen llio enemv nt biyllll thoy
had t'me for esoapo. Cilllng n llouton uu uf
ins own roitiinent mm another oi capta u urn
hamo's company, (wo are unable to state the
names of olther i f thosa gtllaut otllcem,) ho
manned a slx-pouudtr, and, with tho asst mco
of elttht or ten other oflluors and mon who
stood brmtly by him, kept b tolc the enmnv,
who was preslllg on to attack uu, men in tho
finally, wlien it iv,ir no longer poftsib'o to io.
slat tho attack, of overwhelming nuinbdis m t
dilve luck tbo rebel advance, Oil .mo I Or
well, aided by his gall fit oompanious, whocied
his c union about, and rolled It d mil the hank
into the rlNor, tuning first, hlmioll, spiked it,
with his remaining hand, to make suro that ihe
enomy should get no advantage fiom it.
This done, tt was too late to cfloot his escape.
The enemy was quickly upon him, anil he was
capture I. He has lallnn Into the h unU of lion
oral Kvans, a former filond of his.
Colonel Cogswell is an olll ier of otpoileuce.
He haB seen nevoral yoais ot uditous and ac
tive servko on tho Irontlor. Ho Ii id lab irod
earnestly and successfully lo improve the disci
pline of the Tammany roglmont, the mumbois
of which greatly deploio his capture.
KsLtsTINU Dltl.vkiN Mr N Judu Dowey, ol
thu Supreme Court ut Mu8achuUt8. has de
cided that an enlistment was bu a contract
between the Government and tho inillvidu.il
that It Implied avi nssentlng mind on the pari ol
the individual, and tbat a peisuiisi diunk a
not to know wlut lie was uoo it was htaiubl
of legal u'sent The o 'tin ici.oriliiiL'lv i,i
dereil tbe dl-clurgo ol tho man brought be ore
ii, mis ruling is oi general nun eat on
itbliouUl lultnimiOi ltcruhinL' olII,Mrfl tint
lUt uuy man when intoxicated.
SICK AND WOUItDKD BOliDIKKB.
1'abllsrrd In conformity with the resolution ol
the Senate or July 16, 1861.
At Geniral HotpiiaX on E street, between tbttrlh
aful tyth BlrttU, Washington, Oct. 25.
1-t KxoUlor Urlpuie. 1
sd do .i 1
2d New Hampshire vol 2
8J do do 1
lit Sllcb. Volunteers.. 2
ii do do 1
8d do do 1
th do do 3
Iuiteptudent vol.... 4
;th WUooniln l
1st nhode Island vol.. 1
4th da do .. 2
Mil do do.. 1
1st Orrrosn Artillery
N. Y. Volunteers.... 3
lit Uentuokr Clvalrr. 1
24th do '
35th do ,
let Mags Voluateirs.,
2d Vt. Volunteers ..
4tlido I do,
6th do do,
ltN Y. Cavalry...;. 2
tit I'enn Independent
litN. J. Cavalry... (b)l
4th I'enn. Cavalry.... 2
19th Indiana voI I
Cameron Dragoon,., 1
Id U a. Cavalry 1
6th do do (c) 1
lit California Brigade 1
lit Tcon Volunteers.. 7
SthN 'J Volunteers.. 1
4th He. Volunteers(a) 1
(a) One officer (b) One officer, (o) One officer.
At .Scmtnarj bsjiUal, Georgetown, Oct. 25
Id U. S Infintrr.. .
5th di Cavalry....
2d Maine Vo.unleers,
fth do do
31 Vermont voU ....
ad do do
iKlli do do
Oth Pern, volunteem.
loth no do
28th do do
Z8d do do
4Jd do do
1st do A rill cry.,
1st rnu. Rlflee. ......
4th Farm. Cavalry....
14th New York Vols,
eu uu no a
lth InJIsna vols. .(b) 6
Ist.Klch Volunteer... 2
3d do do.. (c)13
4th do do.. .(d) 3
6th do do 2
Otcckton's Mich. lade
penitent vols 1
2d Wisconsin voli. () a
5th do do..... 6
6th do do .... 4
Tesmeters, Q. M. V .. 3
llMlbaldl Guard 1
Mozart Keglment l
lainmsny Kesiuienr.. l
KxceMor Brlzde .... 2
litN, J.iol. l
id rtnn Volunteers. 1
() One officer (b) One ofTbcr. (c) 1 wo orScers
(d) Two officers (e) One officer.
At Gtneral Hospital, Union Hotel, corner oj
Bridge and Wathington streets, Georgetumi,
lit Long Island Vols..
1st N. J. Cavalry 1
2d Maine Volunteers.. 4
ii a, l volunteers..
Rth do do
Oth do do
3d N. U. Volunteers.
A Vermont do
3d do do.....
4th It. I. Voluntier..
1st Mtohlgau do
?d do do
3d do do. ...
4th do do ...
ul Wisconsin dj A
oth do do 2
1st Calliomia do 10
2d do do 2
1st Minnesota do 1
MhN.J Volunteers.. 1
lsi kxcelslor Brigade. 1
2d do do.... 1
Oneida County Cav'ry 1
Stockton's Mich Inde
pendent vol 1
Mott'e Battery 1
Baxter's Fire Zouurrs 1
6th U. b. Artillery.... 2
2d Cameron Dragoons &
3d do do.... 1
Kentucky Cavalry.... J
ll Horpilal at Columbian CWiejc, Waihlngton,
4th U.S. Cavalry.... 1 i Cd N J. Volunteers .. 2
AI Maine Vulunt'rs... a ' 8th do do 2
ad do do.... 3 , 7th do do 2
Mhdo do r.. 3 lit Peun Artillery..., Ti
Oth do do.... a ( 3d do Cavalry 2
loth Mass Volunteers 0 1st do Itldcs 1
14th do do. ... 3 31 do Vulun'ter.. 4
19ih do do..... 1 4th Uo do 8
2d Vermont Voluutiers 1 8th do do ..'.12
3d do do ... 1 I loth do do. ..
1st Long Island Vol... 1 , 12th do 'n.. 7
lstN V Cavalry 1 ' llth do do.. . 9
21 do do 8 i 27th do du ... 1
llth do do ... 1 31it do du . 5
isth do do 1 I Sad do d 12
.-2.1 do do 3 i ;-6th do do. .. 1
UA do do.. . 4 Cain's I'enn. Kill . 1
2Mb do do 10 i 1st Michigan Cavalry 1
Jd do do... 1 I 1st do Vols . 2
J id do do. ... 1 2d do As ... 8
351b do do 2 I 4th do do .... 2
3'lth do do... . 1 7th do d, 1
37th do do 0 1 8th do do ia)U
4id Co dJ 1 Stockton's Mich Vol, 6
4-llh do do . 1 I 6th Wlsconsiu Vols. , 2
vciles brigade, N 1. 2 Mil do do ... i
lainmatiy.N V.,Vol 2 7th do do . 2
Gsrihaltl do do. 1 lit Mlnt)Kta do. ., 2
De Kttlb do do. 2 I 8lh Illinois Cava ry , i
iierouiriiiartsiiot is i , biurets Illinois Ultles. 1
let U S Chaieeurs.... 2 llth IndiauaVil .12
J.luinln ( uvatry 4 27th do do .. 1
Oneida Cavalry 2 IstCaliionila do 2
MjUellau'sUiagoons, 1 , lit D. C Vrluuteiv . 2
litn J Cavaliy 10'
2d do Vol 1 Total 2J1
(a) One officer.
At General Hospital, (Circle,) Washington,
2d U S Cavalry 6 j 2d U. S. Infantry. .. 1
Stli 'Io do '2 i d do d) ..3
lAt do Artilltry. . 4 8th do do . . 1
Jd th do 0 4ili McOall'eui,lrlon. 1
Cd do do & i 27lli fenu Volumttrn 1
4tli di do 1 t Quirtrm.uUri Ie p 1 1
fitli do do C I
lstlnliiutry 3 I Total U
Side remainlwj in ihe Hospital for Eruptive
JJiseastx, at Kaloraiiut, Oct. 2 1.
8th Maine to'h I 47th lcnn toIs 1
SUtNu, York toU. , 1 UcKuIght'8 la Vol 1
31th d) do . l d Michigan vol. .. 1
4Mb do do ... 1 6th do do . -
ad hxceMy. llrlgtide, 1 lat do Cavalry. IT
ltd CiLriuau Hillta i 6ih Wbcouslu ol .. I
USl hartseur . . 1 7ilt do it o 0
llirr.A Ut'M Cavalry. 1 Uth Indiana rols .. lf
1st N, ,1 Ouvulr) ... f, lut MluDRjinta vuU .. 1
lutrenusylvaiiUvoN.. 1 i 8d U 5 Infintiy . 2
8th do - do . l '
dflth do do. 1 Total t8
At General Hospital, AlexatuJria, Oct. 23.
Mil 8. Artillery. . .. 3 8Jd Pa Votuotena 3
IMh New Vork Vol. 4 td do Cavalry
Kill dj do. . a3 4&lhdo Volttutiiii tl
Kth do do . .12 2d Mich do. (a) 1'J
I bth do do.... 3 fith do do. ... 6
?)th do do.... 7 Lincoln Cavalry .... 4
notl. do do .. 6 Jut New Jersey Vol 1
27lh do do io 6tn do du 1
SM do do,... g 3d Vermont Vol .... 1
2 1 do do 12 Cameron UJftei . J
37th do do.... fl 3d Michigan Vol 1
m..i J" do 7 lot Minnesota Vol . I
Mill do do 10 flint I'enn. Vol. . a
ifth do do l Quirt'Tiiuuttt!1. Drp't 1
.11 Main) Voluutueiu 12 , leamiter 1
llh do do , 8
&th do do . Ii I Total 184
(a) One officer
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For Mount Holly at 8 and S A. M and 2 and i,
For Freehold at e A. M and 2 T. M.
Nor Bristol, Trenton, Ao , at 7.10 A M.,4)jand
bi P M , from Kensington, and 2 P M lrom
Walnut street wharf.
lor Palmyra, ltlvcrton. Delano. Beverl) Bur
hngtou, Fiorenceco,Bordenton, Ao , at U'4,1,3,
t;,,aiiu o i . ai
bteamer Trenton, for Bordentoun. andlulLimedi
ate places, at 2':P M ,from Walnut street hari
Xir For New York and Way Lines, leavi jg Kt u
slngton Depot, lake the cars on Flfih street above
Walnut, lulf an hour belore departure The cars
run in io the Cepot, and ou arrival of trains tun from
Hfty pounds of baggige only allowed to each
passenger Passengers are prohibited from taking
uuythlng as baggage but their wearing apparel
All baggage ovur Uiiy noundij to bu raid lor txtr
Ihe coiupanv limit thflr resionMblltty fur biffcairc
in uitc uuuir Jcr uuunu, auu miii iiui, vv iinuiviur
any amount beyond oue hundred dollars exueiit by
to one dollar ptr pound, and will not be liable lor
viieciai contract. uu. ii, uAuurj,,
K-W AIll UNE KOUTK.
THREE TkAUS DAJLV TO NEW YORK.
TWO TUAIIVS DAILY TU lUIILADJUrillA.
wirnour CUANGK OK CAUS
On and alter MONDAY, June 10,1881, the I'm
aeoger Trains will leare the l'hlludelphla and It tad
Idk Railroad Depot, at Itarrhburg, f-r New Icrk
and Thiladelphla, is tollows,vU
Kxpreufj Lloe leavea Harrliburg at 9 30 A M ,on
anivtil of l'enntiylvania Railroad Kxpro a Irulu
from ihe West, arriving in New ork at 4 1 M A
id et Mug car U attached to the train through from
ruttburg without change
Mall Train leaven ilurrluburg at 8 A. M.. arrlrlng
at New lor It at 4 I' Al .and rhiladelphla at 1 25
Fait Line leavei Ilarritburg at 1 40 P M , on ar
rival of Tcnnuylvanla Itullroad Vtut Mall arriving
In New V ork at P.4& I M , and I'MUdelpIua at fl w
Y&ai Line leaves New York at f A. M , and Thil
adelphia at 8 A. M. t arriving at Uarniburg ut I .'.
Mail Train leavei New York at 12(h) noon, and
rhllaiiclphU at 6 lb 1 M , arriving ut llarrburg
at 8 T M
KxprtM Lino leaves New York at 8 1 M ,iirivln
at llarrUburg at 2 JO A J(,,nnd com ecllnn with
the i'ennnylvanla KxprcM Tialn lor 1'itOLuig A
fcheplng car Is also attached to thin train
Connection are made at l.mibburg with truiib
on the Ptmmyivatila, Northeri entrul, und Cum
berlaud Valley Katlroadf, and at lt-adiog lor l'hil
odelphla, rotuville, Wilkeebarre, Alkntuviu, latt
UaggftKe checLid through Kuro between New
York and HarrUburg, tb oJ between lUrri-tbu-g
and rhiladelphU, 3 .5 l.i No I card, and 9,70iii
y or ticket or other Information apply to
J J ULYDK,
aug 22 General Ageut, IlarrUburg.
THIS IS TO G1VK NOriCK. Hint the
tubscribcr hath obtained lrom the Orphau
Court ol Yoeblngtoa County, In the DMrktof Co
lumbia, letters ot administration on the ptrxonal ei
tato of Kebecca K l'eake, lute of WauhiDgtou
Ccunty, deceased All prons having cUItns
Qgalndt the aald deceased, ae hereby warne 1 to t x
hiblt the Rime, with the vouobeia thereof, lo the
cub criber, on or belore the 2Jd day cf October
next they may otherwise, by law, be txiludtd
l.oin all btntflt of the idetute
Qien utdvr my hand thU T81 day of Oplober,
1811 JNO II I'KAlw
cctll Uw3w AttiulnUtr.ti r
kOlt BALK AT rUlS OVFIOK.
flEthlBOLD'8 EXTRACT BVGHU
TTKt,lIUOL,n'S KXTKACT BttCIIU
HKLMUOI.n'S KJCTHACT nUCIIUI
IIF.LMBOLO'S LXTKAOi DUCUU
IIRLMBOLDH EiruAOl' BUCI1U,
A )Kieltlve aud rieclflo remedy for diseases of the
Bladder, Kidneys, cfravel, Iropry,
llladder, Kidneys, Oravel, Uroiiey.
Bladder, Kidneys, liravtl, Dropsy,
Bladder, Kidnes, Oravel, Uroxj;
llladder. Kidneys, Uravel, Uropey,
, AND ALL DISFAShS OF TI1K
RrxualOrgaus Sexual Organs, Sexual Organs,
Fexual Organs, Sexual Organs, Sexual Organs,
Sexual Organs, t-exual Organs, Sexual Organs,
KexualOrgibi, Sexual Organs, Sexual Organs,
Sexual Organs, Sexuil Organs, Sexual Organs,
arising from excesses, early lndlseretlona(expcurrs,
snd impudences, and removing all luipreper dls
i-li rges, whether existing la
luleor i-emale Male or Female,
Mule or Feinule, fliileor Krinale,
Flnle or Vemule, Male or Kimmle.
It is Fact long ilnoe established, that persons
nflerlng nith any &L ae of these organs are affeot.
eil lu badily health am mental powers, and experl.
culc many alarmini; symptoms, among wulch will
vv iuuum inni.piqiiiiuiiiu r.xerunD, lovBOI AeiLOry,
UUScnliy ol Urraihinp, Uturral Wenknci, Horror
of Uli-eaat, ealt Ntrvei, Trembllnir Horror ot
Death. Niuht Swtats, Cold Feet, H akefulnex, lllra-
ness ol v Ision, Languor, Uolvericl Lacltude of the
Muscular Hytenj, often LLOruious Appetite, with
DjppejtloSimttouu.nol llunds, MuMdog of the
Body, Dryness oftbe Skin, Pallid Countenance, and
trupfions on the race, Palnslu the Baok, Uiavineits
of Ihe Eyilids, Irouurutl) black spots flying before
the byes, Willi ttmnorsry Suffuilon and Lues ot
Hiirhl, wint ol Attention, gre.it Jloblllly, lti-tless
ncss lhcne svniutODll.lt allowed tn irn fu.. uhtch
this medicine invariably removes, soon follow Zois
of 'ei-vr, iatvity and EpiUjAvi U.
, uovnu say uni iiirneexcesiesarenoiirequemiy
followed by thoie direful dUesx-s, 1N1AM I Y and
CONbUVtPTlON? he records oftht Iisloe Asy
lums, end tin melancholy deaths by t oasum tlon.
bear ample witness of the truth of thisasetrllnn
muie wuness oi me iruiii oi iuis asetrlinn
lH'.LMBOLl '8 UXI'ltACl OF BUCHU
Is acertsis.eafe, and peedy cure, from whatever
csusetiiev may have orlslna'ed aud n matter of
Hnw Long Standing, How Long Standing,
How l,oug btandlug, uow Long blanalcg,
iiow Long SUudlng, How .ong Statidlug.
Il is taken withont rTindrauce from Buslne, and
little If any,rhsnge ef diet
Is plesssnt fn tts taste and odor,
Aud Immediate in tts action
If vou are suflLrimr uith asv of theabove distress.
r,Ul.UH. ilits tit jut JJl jit VALE,
riMrVHF TtIK hFUtDr AT OfiXF.
I'lillCVUK 7A UKilFUrAT OA'.A.
in.LMlMLD S EJTTILACT 1ILC1IU.
Aaa medicine vhlcbmut berefit every body, from
ue simpiy ueucate to me cunjinea aua aeepainng
NO KqVAL U TO BK FOUND,
no KurAL is rone found,
NO tUUAL U TO BK FOUND.
Prise 1 per bottle, or A tor $6; delivered to any ad
dress Prepared by
n. T. nKLMUOLD,
Depst, 104 South Tenth street,
Below Chestnut, Philadelphia.
Desoribe symptoms lu all ctmmunioatious
BEWARE OF "conNTEHFEITS
AND UNPMlNCIPLMJ DtALtHS
Who erdeuvor to dlspoe ' or thsix own " and
i OTHEX " ASTICLSS Oil TUK BIFUTATIOir OBTAIHKO !
Ilelmbold's Oenulne Prt parations,
" " Kxiract Huchu,
" ' " Sarsoparllla,
" " Improved Hose Wash
Sold by Z D dlLMAN
KIUW l.LL LAWRENCK,
8 B WAITK,
s o Kurd,
S B r,Nl WISTXE,
J. It MAJOR
And by all Druggists everywhere
Ask for Uelmboid's. Take uo other. Cut cut the
advertisement and send for It, and avoid lmaowltion
and expoiuie. sept & 3m
mo THIS UFKICKK8 OF TUK AltllY.
Ju-t arrived, a dlre.t importation per kt-amer
Futon lrom Europe a very floe and large nssott
ment ot Marine, Oiera, iield Glawes, an I lelo
scores, which I will sell a very little above the cost
lu Paris As to the uuslltles. there are riono ute
rlor to be had, having beeu srltcted purposely for
inn uiarKi i, .ucu.a large anu well afiKilt'U riota
ot Opera Glasses, Microjcopts, gold, sliver, and itee
Mectaclesaud hre Ulasses.eulled to the bftht bv
the use of anOptumeter Aconlderable number of
oertitlva es to be seen at my ofllce, frun gentlemen
who have been suited at my old ektabllshmtnt
126 iuusjUnniuftunuc, between Four-nml-a-lialf
ami Mxth Mreels.
My Katabllhnicnt 14 up statra.
Gloff4 jltudtoiutu 1 be trado supplied
oct 10 ly
KKOItiTICK'.l OK KICK,
O.r 2., itd
TOALL WUOM IT MAY CONCERN -Notice
U hereby given that lkeiM- giten to Uvenin, re
tallersof ppirltuousiml fermented Uquurs, nliicdand
cordials, to groceries, dry goodi, hardware medi
cites, perfumery, watched and Jewelry, lumber,
wood, ai.d coal, commission merchants, aUo, to
ketmraof hackney carriages and onnlburF,bl I ard
tables, ten pin alley, and c nfectlonery, aid lor
buvt king and p ddlitig, and dealers In old iron bra,
copper Ko , will expire en Moiday tho 4th day ol
Nember next, and that said licenses, must be re
aewed at this office within ten da. s after that time
SAMUEL K. DOUGLAHS,
oct 23 dtlth Nov tttglstcr
ATA UK YOUIl CLOTHING I L
J.V1 to the L.CLLiIOU UAUKINU
COMPANY'S AGENv Y, 474 eenh street Koorn
No ft, and get n silver Marking- l'late, ltruh aud
bottlt ol 1'iemlum indelible Ink, wananttd not to
wattiout All kind ot erg avlng done to order
Alphabets, Mgurts,iO , cl any size, executed with
ntutue s mid t i-patch Groceis and ethers, supplied
ilh btencll 1'Iat a, 474 beventh street
ATT JC NT I ON M'TIsEUS, UUAHTKH.
luaaU'ianntlutliera. Large and imall bten
ell Alphabets IMiures Ko , and cnraTlug of all
kinds done at the KXCKLblolt -MAlklMi
rLATL COMPANY AGLNC,474 KTfnth
street, opposite Tott Office Dertment Cou.eore,
come all. oat V lc.
OK F1UII& AtDSUbUIKKS.-l I K . I
drufbi fold on all parts ol the Lul'ed bt tt-e, in
turns topuit ofllctrs tir.d iolOii?rf
Al"o, drafts ou LoLdou, Iieland, Scotland, Wuks,
Uuourrent rornty bciiiht at bent ratis
bfl hKN.ltUlhMlOlbK, tNl tCO
ftjiiktrs, J5J l'tnn'j Ivanta fttnuc,
oct 14 lm near lirown's.
Gil A !W II AUVANCK OV TI1K Alt.Ml,
tit bMIIU hat not advanced the prici oi lu
Clothing, which he has Ju-t recthid, uud n tiling
oil at kUtn reniarkable low prluea Give nt) a. mil,
and tatidy )uursclveol the great bargain that are
uoworTwied everyday at bMITU'b No 4M SevLth
st reft oct 3 1m
milH WKSl1 CIIKHl'KU ACAUUHIY, ut
X U ft Chester, l'uniijlvuuii. within to houis'
ride irom rhlladelplrii, by the lVnnivlvania Gen
tral or by thu y ii Chester uud rhiladtlphia Hail
road, via Media
Ihe wluter terra, of lull five months, oominencca
on the 1st ol Novtmbtr " Vtury Infixes" uiU be
Introduced as a regular department of the iytem
of tuftructloii to tliocc who dtdlre to avail lb tin
btlves ot its ad antuges, ut a moderate charge
fright tried aud experienctd Teachers owiit tbe
Priuclial in the tJutUs of the hchool
WH. V WYKltS.A M ,
No 4rto Htrsritti street, onnoslte laittlfrR
-10IIIK. ANU SKK UUII NKW MUCK
y ul Kull ClothluK, No lUi . evenlh ilre.l
HKADCAUAHTKIIH UP TIIK
U. 8. MAKINB CORPH.
Washington , Hi ptemhi r n, hi,
SISALKD PROPOSALS, lortachalaesMparateir.
will be received at tkts office until li o'diek M. of
rsaay , suwi oi isovemoer next; lor jnrnuuilag
United Stales Marine Oorrs, dnrlag the year
1842, the following sudd les. to be delivered at the
oibce ol the Aiststant Quartermaster of the eorps,
PhltsdslDhia. l'enusvlvanla. free of extxnkfl to IM
United Mates, In iuch quantities as may from time
to time be ordered, via ,
Class No 1,
14.000 TSrdl of l-kv Minn Kiwv ll vnot turn
it m hair. 64 Inches wise, to wehrh miimi tn tha
yard, itt dlgo wool dyed)
n.000 varus listk lilue Ke'sev. all wool, rraa from
btlr. 61 Inches wide, to weigh 21 ounces to the yard j
.s,ooi ) ards Iiaik Hlu Twilled Cloth, sll wool, for
unlf irm colts rlndlffo woohdved., M luehes vtiui.ta
weigh 22 ounces per yard.
16" yards if Scarlet Cloth, all wool, (cochineal,
dyed,) 64 inches wide, to weigh 16 ounces per yard.
Class No. 2.
o e-i .....I. . a i ii...,. ,,.. .,-. I j. -
0,W ,KIU V U-t AMl A iilUV f UJUII IUI VTir
sacks, all wool, lludlgo wool dyed,) 61 lncbu'wld,to
weigh 13 ounce per yard
lo.ooo yruioi 34 Liirr t-sne ji ;annei. lor snirjj
all wo.l, )lndign wool dyed,) 27 laehes wide, to weigh
) ounces per yard.
I2i Gray Blankets, all woo, te weigh (bar
rounds tech, with letters " U. S. II." In black, four
Inches long lu tbe centra ; to be 7 feat lca,g and 6
icvi niue, uu new jreui girue.
6,000 psir of Woolen bocks, three Flies, properly
made of good fleece wool, with doable and twisted
yarn, to weigh three pounds per dozen pairs, frea
Class No. .
0,oon yards White LUen for Pants, 80 Inches wide,
to weigh 13 ounces i er yard.
10,000 yards White Linen for Shirts, 80 Indies
wide, to weigh 11 ounces per yard
lo 000 varus Canton Flaui ef for Drawers. 97 inches
wide, to weigh 7 ounces pir yard
Class Ne 4.
l.ooo Uniform Ca, conip ete (exsept Pompons )
1 too rompons, red worsted, ball skated, 6 inches
3,000 Fatigue Caps, (with covers) to be mads of
blue cloth, indigo wool dyed.
Class No. I.
eoo Gross Coat Buttons, (Lagle )
4OT Gross Jacket Buttons, (Kagle )
loo Gross Vest Buttons, (Ksgle )
l.Soj Pairs Yellow Mefal Cr.scents and Scale
'o rjeirs r.paaieire iiuiuro lor sergeants froauor
2,ooo Setts Epaulette Bullion for Privates,
(0 lied Wonted gashes
2,60Q,yardioi Yi How Binding,
2,100 yards of lied Cord
loo 8worda for Sergeants
en Dwurui lur uiuiiviaue
60 Drums, (tenor J complete.
60 Drum Slings
200 Baiter Drum Heads.
6o Snare Drum Iliads.
10O Drum Cords.
100 Setts or Drum Snares .
100 Boxwood " B " Fifes.
Class No It
10,000 Pairs Army Boots, (Infantry pattern )
Clau No. 7.
1,200 Cartridge Boxes.
1 200 Bayotet Scabbards.
1,2 s) Percnselon Cap Pouchee.
1,200 Cartridge Box Helm.
1,200 Bsyetet Belts.
l.'.oo Waist Belts.
1 ,200 Waist Plates.
l.voo Breast Plates
50 a word Frogs.
Cum No. S.
GO-) Mniket tiling-.
Clam No (.
Kor.maklng and trimming Uic folio wiiig u tides,
Watcli coats; oergeauV, 6srpiraU', muslclaDi
and i rivates' UDlform and tatlgui. oouts, woollen and
linen vants,flaniiLl and linen shirts, drawers, ttanatl
sacks, and led and blue Jackets lor boj s
Tho above menti )ued article must cemforuj, in all
ntpvitt to Uu sealed staudarsl patwrns In tbe office
of the Una Urnissier Marin i orp Starke Bar
racks, W oshliigtoii D C , Awlita i gu-irtrmter,
ulll.e Murine t orps, i 220 Spruc str-et, Pbiladel
phta and at the Marine Ma.iois Urooklyn, sNew
lurk, andlioritou, Maachuretts, where they can be
And whenever the articles usrord aboe,orany
portlen ot thm shall Le comidtrd s not lully oou
forinlog tosuiu) hi, tiny uillbertjectud,aiJi4tlicon
ti actor will bu bound to lurniin othr of ihe re
qulrtd kinti ai vucb. r the Quarterxuaitir will sup
ply thedrfclenc) Mihe expemest the cvutraour.
lttintut will be made nwu tbe accepted deliv
er) of the whole fuuuiUty which aay lrom liiue to
time be uidtrid, nuhbuMing tu fir cent liointhe
payment ct account reiidertd undr tirsturdtr, until
second ordir I tilled and ten per cent fromuscount
rft.deril utder second order until thirtl order li
lilted and to on, until contract 1 completed
Kach pi opoal mut be aeempunJed by th foQew
Ing guar an ue
&fTi of GuoranUi
ihe undti signed , of , in tfid
Htaieol uud ..in the i at?o(.. .
hireby guarauieu ilint m cav the joieguiug bid
ol - lor supplied ubou de-i,ribcU, be
accepted, ht or they Mill whbli. tin imjs after
tbe receipt of the coutru t at tlu pfot tIHi. named,
extcute the teiiiruit tor ll.t kcmo with g cod uud
uiitllckut tecuii'jt-t, and In cani tlw a.d
thall fiill to cuter iala coutract, as a ona d, w
guarantee to make good the diflcreuce between
tne oflVr of the (aid and tbat wklcu nay
be accepted A H, Uoaraator.
C 1), Uuarautor.
I hereby certify tbut the above named
are known to uir as imu I pmierty at J able to
rnukt good ilulr guuruut.e O. H
l bo tfgLtd b) fbe t'uied bile I'Ulfkt JaUgr,
Unittdbtitts D sirkt All n.cy u -.. Uulr
No j rop)dal will beruHidi'ird unlearccoiiii ouUd
by Ike ubove guaranlei
News uiers kiiihi rsnl to pnbllih hu al ore will
send ihe paper contalnii.g the first lnicrlluii to tills
Office lor examination
Thf biddcrV plao ot busut,ur inarulae'uricg
erlnb'iilunnt, mu t be ije lflcjlly ftated in Ui
Tbo above lit of articles is beheved to be afceut
tleqeantity of each article th twtll be r. quired
durii g thf yrur but tbv QuartermaotuxiestrvesS tbe
rgU' ul orderikfg u grcaitr or leu qyauilty, should,
thelnteresuof ihcacrriC'v nqUielt
Proposals to be Ldorted on the eavtloiru u Pro
pcsuls for ur plies for Muiine t iris lor U9," and
addirstedlo Major vi M U SLACK.
sep24 Quor minuter M C, Wo.hlngton,I. C.
fPUK O.MOaN WILL aTANil,
L NO M 1 1 LH W UO ii PHKS1DENT I
Consequently, 1 hall rtmulu la Washington, and
oniluue to purrue wy occupation ot
HvUSE, SIGN, AND ORNAMENTAL
UILUINQ In all Its branchrs (Hd (tl AXING
promptly attended to Tainting and Orim men ting
ictuge Furniture, in tbe best siyk 1 iUo caJJ at
teutlou to theralntiug of Hook and llrRk M alls
All the above I wMdoacheapai..icbBswt
I theielore solicit the patronage ei my liiendvau
lelluw tUUem ot tbe Dktrlct Punctuality strictly
,w.. .-.( j ... -i. .i . t.. tliA la.l man nut
You will rleK mind )' ,u,i' ".rWIE at
Al T 1 A m 11 stlv a
No 63 Lou siaua avenue (north aide),
bt rnrvn Sixth and bevtuih ureeW
P 8 Signs ) ui up free ol ebcrge a ucual
JL'hl' lltvCKIVIitl, one or the l.iifest
ktOLkii ot iew and ffshlonstls tlcthu, ercr ox
lend In Wa.Linatuii, hlcli u,uet ti eoid witllla t a
ntat thirl) dajs.to make room lor wiat.r goods
fenuns Mamma CUtliliMf, t orul-liiuir tlood;,
unks, Ilataasil laps, staiulii oaw rujH asnuwis
the lime Iflr bariauiaa. at Vo 4i0 SlieLlll alictt, OV
uosft. rMiome. sai