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WASHINGTON. MONDAY, DECEMBER 1861
i 'i Til -t: ' iii'h- ..I a .-g;--- ..,- --. L yrrys: tc-t,. ,
Latest News from the fcouth.
Official Letter on the Sonth Carolina Negroes,
THE REBELS BURNING THEIR COTTON
TUB MEOHOia " AFFRIOIITED," NOT " INSOBOKDI
Tho Columbia, 8. C, pnprs publish the fol
lowing official letter from 'General Drayton to
the Governor :
Oittr Lie, Hardckyilu..
NoveinboT 18. 1861.
To bis Excellency, Governor P. W. Pickens,
Sir : At the request ofyour Excellency, made
to me yesterday at three headquarters, I have
the honor of presenting my views of the present
attitude and behavior of the 'negroes In ibis
portion of the State Intrusted to my Immediate
So far from there bltg aiy Insurrectionary
feeling among them, I can assure your Excel
lency that I have neither seen nor beard ot any
act of pillaging, Incendiarism, or ylolenoe In
It Is true, that the negroeg of ft few planta
tions have shown a splrit'of Insubordination,
by refusing to move higher up the country,
wben ordered to do so by their owners, but this
disobedience should be assigned rather to a
feeling of dismay and utter helplessness .at
being left alone and unprotected by the pre
cipitate abandonment by their masters of their
plantations, than from any organized plan ol
resistance to tho authority they bad been ac
customed to obev.
But I now fee! much satisfaction In statin?,
for the Information of vour Excellency, that ibe
negro(sare fast recovering from their fright.
and coming lorin irom ineir maing; places, ana
quietly and submissively resuming ineir agri
cultural labors, without the guidance, or pres
ence, in many Instances, of either master or
In conclusion, I would respectfully advise1,
that all planters and overreers, who are not
mustered Into service, and are owners or agents
of property upon the main land, should, with
out delay, return to their several neighbor
hoods, and thut by their presence prevent a re.
ourrenco of thatezcitement among their .people
which has been due in a great measure to their
With much respect, your obedient servant,
Thomas F. Dratton,
Brigadier General Oommandtng
3d Ullltary District Department, & C.
WHAT THE YAXKMS ARE DOIKO OX THE SOUTH
The Savannah Republican of the Zlst says:
The distance of Hilton Head from the main
land, and the hazardous nature of all naviga
tion In tne neignoornooa, rentiers j. aimcau
for our forces to approach near enough to form
any very definite Idea of their number or move
ment!. It Is understood, however, ou pretty reliable
authority, that tbn enemy, has abandon-si
Beaufort and Port Royal Island, on which it Ib
situated, and are now confined to Hilton Head,
Plokney Island, immediately west, and sepa
rated from the former by Skull Creek and the
point known as Bay Point, on Jenkln's Island,
across the sound and opposite Fort Walker on
It is said they are throwing up extensive and
formidable works on Hilton Head, thus giving
evidence of an Intention to make a permanent
lodsment on the island. SKull (Jreen is now
completely under their control, and tho works
at Braddock's Point, on the south end of the
island, 'command the entrance to Daufuskl
It Is said that a party of two Federals ven
lured on the nulnland .a day or two since,
when, being discovered by our men, one ol
them was captured; the other got to his boat
In time and made noon nis escape. Tne pris
oner states that the fleet landed about twelve
thousand of the twenty thousand with whom
they set fail. Ha could give no acconnt of the
remaining seven thousand.
THE YANKEES GARRY OFF A MAN AND HI8 SLAVES.
The Savannah Xews publishes the following!
On Wednesday last, Mr. John Chaplin look
with him seven negroes, and went in two boa's
to the plantation of his aunt, Mrs. Dupn, on
Daufuskl Island, for the purpose of bringing
away such property as could be transported
On Wednesday night, he, with the negroes, oc
cupied Mrs. Dunn'a dwelling, intending to
leave in the morning when the tide favored.
About two o'clock yesterday morning, the dnor
of the hcu'o was broken down by a p trty of
ten Llncolnltes, who captured Mr. Chaplin anil
live of the negroes, and conveyed them from
the Island in a boat. Two of the neeroes es
caped one, who wai in the cellar of thehousp,
lied to tun woons; unomer, wuo was sieepiug
In one of the chambers, Jumped from the second
story window, and running to a point ou the
Island, where bo obtained a b6at, came lo the
city yesterday morning. Before leaving the
Island he saw the Yankees leavo In their
boat, with Mr. Chaplin ami the flvu negroes on
TUE COTTON CHOI' AMI TI1H NEW DErgNCItS OF
A letter In thn Richmond Examiner from
Charleston, dated Nov. 21, says :
' The amount of cotton abandened on the
plantations was very considerable. It is not
easy to estimate the quantity with certainty,
out is generally saia lo ne aooui nueen nun
dredbales. Many of the planters, before quit
ting, set Ore to their crops and such other com
bustible property on their premises as could
not be removed. It la certainly to be regretted
that, in the confusion that prevailed, this very
proper step was not more generally taken.
DKFANC1.II Or CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH.
In my list letter, I alluded to tbe strength
ot tbe defences of Charleston. Savannah also
has been strongly fortified on a plan for which
the conformatlou ol Its harbor affords peculiar
tucilltles, nod I understand that General Lee
sa'js that that clly la now in a condition to
make a protracted and mccessful defence.
General Lee baa gone to Brunswick, Ga.
Cltnrs TO BE DESTROYED AND THE NEUROES TO BE
Hh.NT INTO TUE ISTtltlOII.
But tbo first surprise ut the Invasion has now
died awav. and I think the Northern Govern
ment may reokon, without fear ot mistake, that
It has obtained the very last bug of cotton, and
also the lBt contraband, taat It can ever hope
to sella by pouncing upon the coast ol South
Carolina. Concerted arrangements between
the planters and tbo military authorities have
wisely beu made by which no plantation will
In future be abandoned until thncroD Is utterly
consumed, the gin house and other buildings
destroyed, the live stock driven off, and the
hands lemovrMl to lhn Int-rlor. In the m t
expod loca'itl s, tru. In. tin Islands ndj icer.t
to fort Roval. on which the enemy may at any
moment make his appearance, tbe work of dt-i
structlon Is already commenced. I
NEOROES AND MCLES OV THEIR WAT.
For the p ct few days gangs of ngriea frmn
ihe seacoml, laden with such effects m they!
can carry, and followed by droves of miitiel
and brrses, have own passing throifghlhls city
nn their wav to the back conntrv. Nlshtbefme
st the whole atmosphere in the city, and fori
miles around, notwithstanding tne Drignt moon
light, was hazy and lurid. Many could not nc-1
count for the phenomenon It waa the effect)
of the wholesale coufl igrat!on nf cotton iww
going on at E'llslo and other islands Interven
ing bejweoa l'ort Koyat and unoneiion.
Wherever the marauders choose next to land,
and It Is useUss to disguise the fact that th-y ;
can laud at a greas many point", they will find
nothing but Jdevalated fields, deserted by nil1
saving the avenging presence or the pamsin
riflemen. The patriotic sacrifice which has beep
made by our planters ia all thn greater when
we consider that the orops of the past season
have far exceeded tho best ever before known.
Blakiag Ike Rebels pay their Debts.
From the New Yoik Tribune.
As a largo nnmber ofyour readers are into
routed nere-mallv. as well as generally, in the
question now before the Cabinet, aa to whetbi r
ihey will or will not sustalu Provost Judgu
Freese, pf , Alexandria, in his recent decision
touching claims due from disloyal to loyal
clilxens.l have thought it well to Inform you
and them as lo its exact condition at the pres
The President and every member of tbi
CablneT excepi Attorney General Bates, are In
favor of sustaining the action of the Provost
Court, and but for tho unfortunate posillon rf
Judge Bates, would have bad an order issue I
to tnls euect long Bince. juuga uawe umor
tonately for himself as well as for tho whole
country listened to an ex parte statement made
by the counsel of one ot the parties whose
goods had been seized, and thereupon Indnced
the Assistant Secretary of War to issue the or
der which led to the subsequent issue of tho
two other orders, whereby the proceedings of
the Court were stayed In plvll cases.
Had Jadge TSatcs waited to have heard the
other side before taking action, the probabill
ties are that the proceedings of tbe court wcutd
not have been stayed. Having placed himself
In this position unthinkingly, as I have the
charity to belleve-he now hesitates to revise
his opinion or allow others to do so. He makes
It, I understand, a personal matter, and Inslsli
upon It that the other members of the Cabinet
shall not overrule him; but since bis first opin
ion was founded on doubtful if not false state
ments, made by.a secession lawyer, and at a
time when only one side of the question had
been submitted, l.euner a aor anv outer lawyer:
of this city and I have conversed with many
about It can see any impropriety In his mak
ing a different decision, now mat an uw taeui
are before him.
Tha fnp.t la. Mia, nueallon never waa a ones
lion of law, and hence ought never to have
been submitted to the Attorney General at all.
It was a question, rather, of military necessity,
0r national policy a question growing directly
pat of the rebellion, and never would have
arisen at all bnt for the rebellion a question
upon which loial cUUem are arrayed upon the
one side, and rebels lathe Government upon thn
other a question which Involves either tbe
giving or wltholdlng of ' aid and contort " to
(Tie enemies of the country, and this, too, to an
extent of near $200,000,000 -a question, In
short, as to whether the Sequestration Act pis
sed by tbe so-called Confederate Congress
should be respected, or effectually annulled.
The court Itself, (as I understand It,) before
which tbe question was originally decided, is n
military court, established as a military necessi
ty, because ox me aosence, oT an oiaer auworuy,
and only assumed civil Jurisdiction because of
being in an enemy's oountry, where no other
antborl'yoonld be appealed to byloyaicltlz'n-,
Judge Freese Is a military officer, holding the
rank, as I understand, of assistant adjutant
general in the army. As it originated with
the military authorises, It should have been
left just where It bfgao, and Judge Bates
should not have had, nor ought he now to have,
any voice in the matter. As a question of
policy. H might very properly have been
lirnught before the Cabinet j but as a question
of right and propriety, It should have been left
wholly with the Secretary of War orcommmd
ing general. I tru-t this view will still b
taken of It, and that thn Cabinet will refer the
hulo subject to tne secretaiyoi war.io anas
he may think proper In the premises. This
will relievo Judge Bates from a direct con
demnalion by tbe Cabinet, and again put In
motion a court irom wnicn tuo country may
expect great good.
In this city every loyal citizen commend the
action of Judge Freese. I have talked with
lawyers, judges, senators, and others, upon the
subject, and have yet to meet with iho first
man who condemns tbo action. One of your
own celebrated lawyers, Mr. Evarts, was hero
last week, urging the Administration to sustain
the court. Tho memorial upon tbe subject,
presented by the Chamber of Commerce ot
your own city, was so clear and conclusive that
no one thought tbe Administration would hes
Itate a day after receiving It. Add to this tbe
fact that the press of the whole oountry bai
iinmulvooallv sustained Judge Freese's decis
ion, and none can but wonder that the Admin
titration did not sanction It at once.
It is a growing opinion here tnat ir Judge
Bates continues to oppose his personal quib
bles In a case like this a case In which your
own merchauU aro Interested lo tbe extent of
over $63,000,000, and tho wnoie country to tne
rient nf some $200.000.000-beslde the ad-
nin,ra In a military Dolut of view to be
gained from It a voico will come up from tbe
whole country that he be removed, and that
some neuer man us put m um mue.
From tbo best Information that I oan gather
at present, I think tho court will bo mstaln
ed probably In the way above Indicated
namely, by referring tbe wholo matter to the
Secretary of War, on tho ground that it Is a
military and not a legal question,
I bavn not the honor of knowlnz Judirn
Freee personally, but certainly a more junt
decision never unanairu irom any man man
that given by biro, and the voice of .tho whole
country Is, and will contlnuo to do, that be
must be sustained,
Never think to eotortaia people with what
lies out of their yay, be It over so carious In
Its kind. Who would think of regaling a circle
qf ladles with th? beautlos of Homer's Greek,
or a compnny of country squires with blr Isaao
p .SSKSSKK Tkains to and
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010 Seventh "twet,
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of Kino Jewelry, Mirer Plated Ware, Notions, but
lers' and I'roUrs' Goods, at .ea than New York
or Philadelphia price, In lots to mlt purchwsra.
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..... Unrrl Hu!l Mrs.
Fine Coral and Cimco S-tt4..,,$s to 110, for
Fine Mo-slo ant Lara Setti.... 6 to 8. lor
r i c
r t ol
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Hze lu.du su
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Buttons very flue a to
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floe 4 to
Lsdles' snd ent' Fancy Sleeve
Rattan, separate 2tc
Gent,' Cluster, ttosom, and Scarf
6, for 100
6, for 1 1
, for 1.00
3, for . 50
3, for M
Full betts of Klegsnt Threaded and
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d Table Forks and
Full Sett of Fine Teaspoons to match,
general ritad price il to 14
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The bet assortment of Fine Gold Plated
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"UsAIH AOAIJI ST the UNITED STATUS
F1NLEY BIGGER, (late Begliter of the U S
Treasury,) and CHARLES V. SHERUAN, t'oun
xellors at Law, will devote their eutlie attention to
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the llel sd States, giowinir out of the present war
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Ustributlre shares ol monies payable at the Tiea
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Will Nonresident Agents vho may send them
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lo two and a half per cent depending on the
amount, and negotiations with the Departments
conducted onra derate terms.
Ity proipt aticntliu, moderate chnrges, Ion; ex
terienoe and a mil ute knaniedae ol ih-a uf laws
rrgulalloo , rmes and precedents, governing tins
tl-iftsul buslr.cas at the iiepariments, they hi pen
tin dir their services u-elul to claimauta and public
Itrferonee may be made to Members of Censri ,
sud ulScers of the Government; aud especially, b
p nulMlon, to the Hon Kaiiia V iiittluav, tir.t
Compttollerof tho rrea.urr
Aauress itessrs utiiUKit iiii-;itiA
tvashlnjrron. ii f' "
Oluoe, No. -.15 Falret,
near Injury and Wll
hUKUMATlSM, m ib iimwnnw,
GVCTaml MLIUI.GI it
&7IFF'tSSan I XFUVO' S 4 ' FACJIOA V,
IVPVUTIFVar the IIL'jUD,
And the till tjfeU - Mercury
It 1- fonTtjnlfHily rtr.ufc il ''ii or Kl. , c
fi .ii'iga iiKdtca AM comp -iii.ti, to be wrn urtjuud
ill) (l),buUt Ults Wiii-t KUAltT AfFk.CTlr.ti ALL
iAia vltfrt-er the ilin,ae mii nut nu be worn
ioith)Ut jury 1 1 llie ?i W itcu. 1K.1NJU.
y ii. 1 trtatDi 1st iho uiMiuuul lTopvrtttw cu
alnf'i In iliti jam) b n;r "1 UnhUj aumatv uui
wJaiiU nature, und roivlU of brinx naUly ul re-l
hiiitikUeirtn Letlnn otniht li.ti t hut lti
i lie nLuuu nca ysiinm irti-i vm, miukuii urn , a
It g llinujU tlu- lutHt-rt- i.t tiUvitlcn Ulh vvouo
tc d uotonly to J tiact t oro hdr inn iuorj,
but ti llnIlr tl.e cteri organs and rlf ra fr tht
Uigtntiun alo thun avcillng tlie vtjun u$ jlu t ut
oCis? tli ituult ol iiral rem4ht. mJ tfltotiog h
f4rffi aire, by purifying an-1 'qualuvif the ctitutalum
the Mai Jtuxds, and rf timing it jxtrU averted U a healthy
u,vU'ifi lliil II Ai. ( nU i a wfM inwmful Anti
MikLCjtiAL AocBiT " ciJ w entirely rdme the yt
tern irom Iti jxrni.vius tjfectt
Mutltratecat sure curnl i i a fewdsyj.auj wiure
oonntiititly r,c,ivinxttylvi6f'i,ti.itlmoi u' to whuh
ivr inltt iinjiftttun .it tuiroJici of th tr elMoaoy In
((Ci septet a. ueu ol long iLituhttq
Pries Two Dollar, s- ) uiutl upon r.c t ol
i'i r iy x pier- crtr htr- with all na.iuy in
iu.-f.ori . troiu the tirlnolnal oiTlcf ot
( 6311 1 tl .t CO , rror rletoru,
491 Kroailwny, New Yoik
N H T'ecrijitii e rircUwt tntf frtt
t-ltiis lUuJ will utit Intv,TUr with th folder
ituiKf navlS y
ATJ o on AND c o ;
On hand, u full huddIv of ill kluJ. ot ANTll KX
3Sr Coal kept lu ooal mouhm well t-ortifl-d b tuff
i JdUbi to the ton
Wood, ot all bind , preimrrd, or duliierud con1
KM3 CASH I
T J JI M t.AI.T
No 11 rnnsyli-iulu iienui ,
between 11th und 1 Hi strei It
aaj IT tl
yT ASIUNOroN Sli.ll
IllNUl'tlN SKIilT K.ICTOIIY.
WaNTI 0-50 frniales to learn n ni,kc skills
ptremcrtn. In a shirt tinu make, per week, trim
i,io It Ii.qulrr, lor paniculate, st loTHtvonfiet
t,uteen G anil II t,ov 14 tl
Y, i; T s I, I, I il
ARMCli O .
AUKN (! V ,
Pennsylvania Avenue, near Eleventh Street.
IIKLMBIILD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
IJKI.lUJCLIl'H ICJCTRACT BUCHU
IIKl,MB0r,D'8 KXTRACT BUOncI
HF.I.MnOI.D't; FXTItACr RUCIIU
IIKLMIiULU'S L.TfllACr HITi llll.
A positive and speUSe reraedv for rfUeiesof the.
ouuaniu ii r.Aiviiii.ro,
AND ALL DISEASES OF TUE
texual Organs Sexual Organs, Sexual Organs,
Sexual Organs, Sexual Organs, Sexual Organ i.
Sexual Organs, e exual Organs, Sexual Organ!
Sexual Orgins, Sexual Organs, Sexual Orgaf,
Sexual Organs, Sexual Organs, Sexual Orgai s,
arising from excesses, early Indiscretions, expou'i s,
and 1-nptndences, and removing all Imnriparrii
charges, whether existing In
Male or female Male or Female,
Mnle or FemaU, Male or Cimalri
Jliile or Female, Hale or Ptlaal I
It is a Fact lung aliua established, that persu i
suffering with any sUseaae of these organs are afTee ,
ed In bodily health and mental powers, and expeni
ence many alarming eymptoms, among wnlch il
uc ,uuuu- iiiui.pveiuun iw r.aeruou, L.OMOI aiemor
Muscular System, often Enormous Appetite, i
lltKpepttc Symptoms, Hot Hands, Flushing of 1' rl
Body . Dryness of the Skin, Pallid Countenance,
KrupMeneonth Faca, Pains in the Back.UeavIr
of tbe U) elids, frequently black spots flying befc
tho Cyes, with tiraporary SurTuston and Lone i
Sight, rant of Attention, great Mobility, Restle
nose. IheMBfmptoms, if allowed togoon.wht
thisroedl Ine invcrlvbly removes. swn lollow X.
of lowr, foluity dvl iir'tc R!i
Who can say that theso excesses are not frequent t
followed by the direful cllseaaue, INSANITY a d
CONSUMPTIONf I he records of the Insane A r
lums, and tht melancholy deailis by i ousum tl
bear ample witness of the truth ol this uwrilob
UELMBOLIi'S r.XTKACT Of UUCHU
Is a certain, tare, and speedy cure, from whatei
cause thai nay have originated atd no matter u
How Long Standing, Uow Long Standing,
How Long Htai ding, ow Long standing,
Uow I our standing, Uow ,ong Standlug.
It is taken w.thout Iliudrauoe from Huslnehs, saa
little, If any, change ef diet
Is pleasant in Its taate and odor
And Immediate In Its notion
II you are Buffering v.iih any or the above dlstrv -lug
1-ROCUtlE THK ItEUEDT AT O.VC'A,
rnocvmt TiiKREUKor at oxcx,
PIUlCUHk TUE REM HDT AT OXrg
liELUBULDS EJCTRAirr BVCUV
s a medicine vi hlch must benaCt everybody, 1
the simply delicate to the oonnned and despair
.VO EQUAL IS TO UK fWWf,,
A"0 mtUAL 11 r - '-vr'
xo EitnAL ; 7 . . w ,.
Prioe 11 per bottle, or (t lor 16 dellverl to any td
Mress Prepared by
U. T HELMBOLD,
D.pt, 104 South Tenth strei t,
Below Cbwnit, flujaueli.uie
Desoribe symptoms In all eummuuloatlons
BXWASa OF CODNTEBFEITS
AND Utti'lUNClPLfclJ DLAI.HtV
Who endeavor to dispose "or thaix ova" r i
11 oTnsa" ABTtCLks oa the aarcTATloH OBTAliian
Helmbold's Genuine Priparatlons
" " Extract nucha,
" " " Sareeparilla,
" " Improved Rcse Waeh
Sold by Z D OILMAN
KI DWELL LAWRF.NCt.
S. B. WAITE,
8 C FORD,
JOHN V, 1I.EY,
S. 11 KNTWISTLE,
J. R MAJOR.
And ky all Dragglrts ever hhert
Ask for Uelmbold's lake no other Cutout
advertisement and tend for it, and avoid lupositl .,
and expof axe. fsp, srr
mo THIS OVFICaCKS of UK A It .11 1 .
Ju't arrived, a direct importation ir tccer
Fu ton, from Europe, a very fine and farce assort
ment of Marine, Opera, Field Glasses und Ti
scots, which I will sell a very little above theo I
In Paris As to the quantise, there are none kc
riorto be had. having been eelsoted jmrpoetly r
this market A lo, a large and vi ell aborted st
ol Opera Glasst:, Miorosoopea, gold, sliver, aad st.
Spectacles aud Kye Glasses, suited to the i;ht
the qw of an Optometer a considerable numbet
certiflia es to be seen at my oQlee, from gentlem i
who hsre bsen suited at my oul ettablishuent.
43b Pcniilaninaenae, between Fmir-iuid-half
My ICitab Hah merit It np aiir.
Glaue JUtfd (tim. Th trade Mippllod
ot 10 ly
SAI.h AUIl IllUINl,
S5 T V B L. 13 H ! "-
AVl 471 and Aid vrltvU) Fv.S'h xtffet Lr-Jvxxn D in.
Vint cla.-i Horw.1 and Vehi It' ffnu'lf or Unb!,1
lad attentive HoelUm, alv.it on tiniuj
1 W WILUIAUf,
apr .U-Om I'roi.rietor
NKW WVRIVTHH. OV Altl'll'ICIAl.
UUKUPLAH1IO UONr, li-.I.ri
without metal plaU or cl upx. by
UH. S. 13. SIOKSMONO.
31u Broadway, New York, ai d VftO I'mun ainui
bit latth and l'lh btM , Wadhingpni, i C,
alt- the uttcnMon or Uir) pub.io to ilu fulloli.
di a tv.it iRfu ut his Impreved iyrt m
I 1 Hid teeth ol his manufauure will ticvrcorrili
oo change oolor bv any acldnt und ar three foarth
Itchier ttian any iher.
'Jd o teeth or tcou need be ftrtCtrd, us thf
srtificisl oueioau bo Insertt-d oti r them
3d lti roti will be made inoffensive and ouvvr
4tlt No teruporarr tseth are needrd. a.t 1 rrmannt
oits can be made itnmtdiately therhy i.refrviui(
iliu natural expre lon c
or ne r
iioe, which, uuiltr thu
old system. Is ft-faueatlv diitlsurfd
6th Ihls woik nas brsa fully teittdj for over tlv
ytare, by many ol the first CheiuUta and 1'liyd.luDf
of ttits and tha old country
Dr i has also inventad a white iudtrurt!ble
uiela) flltluic with wkioh tha most H;natlie trollies n
bo filled without pain, aud eau buildup a perfi-ct
seuad looih w any side root., utileh will last
lie rtvr- io lli following gentlemen lr V Mot
Dr W.n-timx. Trolesvor of l'heroitry, Hon A
Mutui jaa , Capt Crabtree, Vice t'.reidrnt of the
I- niUratlOh t'o of New York, Hon Judve Wayne
ut the riupruins Coarl,of Washingtun.u (' , and
hoiisit.ds Ol othvls
('till and examine for youmlies i,ov 8 Cin
51. T. ISAIIKKII,
.mtuiana ap , M SA ami 'th ill
Hating ootupleied his arraugemeuts. Is uow ready
l1U n-ntlt SSWriktSr
to atlfnd, even mere vlgorou-.lv than iver to Also, di-nalita eau ke furnlsaed wtta teena ot all
HOUSK.RIUN andUltAlEN 1 AI. PAINTING kinds, at a less price tkan they ean ke k-r-agkt als
In all of its various brsr.ctiee llavlna tecurt-d tha where. aov a 1m
wrvic-wof : corps of axoeileiit worknieu I am prr
itarrd to do 1 laxs und Itannern In tin best stvle and
ou thi most raa-onahle tarras nov 1 1 aoVm
L'UI Wis '8 I'ILK AND UUMOlt. CDUK,
A bUUB CURE for llleeding, lllind, and It'hl' o
I'll.rS, Icmlula, liali Kheuin, and Diseases of the
hklii foe bolile wanauted to cure lu all ease, , 1,
t,ot, dealrTS are iri.lrli, reon&VAt to refund tile
money Only five bottles In a thousand returni-d
aud these w re cases ol KUtula lluudreilsoi Ut
lers aud csrsiucitt'x are now in tbe proprietor's I14
session whlohcanbe sesn uim analieation fieud
Prepared by HENRY D. FOWLE, ChsmUt Tl
Prinre lyeet Uoston, and fur sale by JOHN Wl
LEY", etnlaer Third street and Penuiylvaula avenue,
Wajhlliaton House sole atrent for Washington City
aud vicinity. Gwrtliloatea with each bottle, " iVtcs
One Mlar." sept ao am
PKaior oFJ-'ich, .turn., o, iboi.
TV Alt WIIOH IT MA T COXCiRS.
A palliation having been madennder the act ef 13d
Jane, leso, for the reissue of the land Warren's de
so Ibed herein, which are alleged to bar been lost
or destroyed, notice Is hereby given tha'. at the date
following the description of each warrant, a new
certificate of like tenor will beluniS trnntM .
jectlon should then appear.
noi,oiu, lor ico Acres, lamed nnderthe act of
March, ISMS. In the name ef Hannah, widow of
of James Wilson, and granted an the 20thday of
February, 1857 December 80, ISM-
No. l,oes. for leo acres, Issued under the act ol
March, 1SS6. In the name of Alexaader HcUuatn,
and granted on the 12th day of OotoMr.Utl No
vember 10, IBM.
No 9,705, for 120 acres, Issued aader tha act cl
March, ISSt, In the name of Daniel West, aad grant,
ed ou the 14th day of July, 1U6 7th December,
No iU.IO, for 110 acres, Issnea under the act of
March, 18M, In the name of Martha, widow of An
drew Mellon, and granted en the 1Mb day of April,
ItH December 11, ltd.
No. 3,30-;, for leo acres, Issued aider the act of
March istt, In the name ef aaaaael K. J ask way,
and granted on the 1st day af Aafmst, 1SU.
No. 1,104, for lMaarea, tsasjasl user ike act ot
March, IsAi, U the naaae afWIltaaH H. Tarranee,
Miiw iiwimuvr wfiiisiisra .saiw.isea Arseeaa
no 14,041, far so asms, lasae ante tha actor
eptember, UK), In the remeal Levi Tread well, and
granted September 29, n.,1
No, 81 os, foe 40 aervs, Inued under the same act,
in the name of Abel Flatu, aad greets Novemb.r
19. 1851. December IS, IM1.
Ne 69 233, tor 1S acres, Issued nnder the act of
March list in tha name of Itth Lave, and granted
on the S3d day ot June, 1557 December M, led.
No. 79.M0 for ICO seres, (act 1847) In faver ef El
eanor Bryant, formerly widow, and Lawreace
Sloan, only survlvleg child, heirs at law af Mlahael
or Mltcbel Moan deceases! late a print el sent
pany " C," eleventh United ntates Infaatry,
January 4, ltfil.
No 71 6'J-I, for l'O acres, Issued ander tbe act (
March. 1856. lo the name or Thomas Joaasaa.aud
granted on the oth day of September, 1847 Janu
ary 4, liei
No. 41 IIS, fur 10 acres Issued nnder tke act el
March, 166, la tk name ot Polly, widaw af Jean
Camp, aed was granted on tha M a day af ssUsar,
18W January -f, 1S1.
Case No. 23 tie, for 160 acres, laaiad aader the act
of March, lsto.lu the name of WlUlasa aea't.aad
waa granted on th 1st day of May, 1858 January
No. is (te, for 10 acres, baued nnder the act of
March, 18U, In the aaaw of Siaaeoa Teamster, and
waa granted March vlk, 1854.
No 1S.SM, for ISO acres, Issued aider tke act of
March, 1855, In the name of Naney Jobnsoa, widaw
of John Richards, aad was granted August 24.h,
It 69 ;tth January, 184:
No. 49,077, ler 80 acra lasused under the act of
March, 1856, in the nam if aarsh, widow af Lvert
anvlekle. and waa g, anted November 31, H60
No. 47.130, lor 100 acres, limed nnder the aet of
March, 1855, In the name of Cyrus 8 Ward,mlzor
child of Cyrus S Vt ard deoeased, and was granted
October 10, 1856 Jaaaary 15, lies.
No 85 Cl, far lis acres, lasaed ander the aet of
March 3, lSAo, la ike name of Jeanna M , widaw ef
John Van Biuklrck, and waa granted August IT,
N.i 41.-220. for 10 scrsa, Issued under tha aet (
March, 1865, In the name of Jacob Fkler,and was
g.-anted Augnst SO, 1851 February t, 184t
J08KPU H. RAKJBJiTT.
NBUATa run tuk wkbtkhw
QVAtTBlMAITKB GltflRAt'f Of,
WaAkiMfUm, June IT, 1B41.
Proportli ar InTited for oonitrueUmf OuLboati
upon the Weatern rtrtn
8peotAcatioaa will be UnmedUtMly prepared, and
may he exaadnid at the Quartmnu Wr Offlte at
ClncinnaU, PltUbnrgb, and at UU iIn
fropoiali from boVt bnUderi aad mine bmlldere
alone will be ootuldered
Plana submitted by bidder will be lkn foto con
elderaUon. M. O. SKICB.
Jase 11 QnarteraiMter Actieral UaJtd fiutee
TII1A UNION WILL STAND,
NO 2I..T1KB VUO'H tKK8lVhHTi
Coueqnently, I hall remain In TTarhinxtoo. and
oontlnue to punue my oocupatloa of
HOUSE, SIGN, AND ORNAMENTAL
rP JlIN TIM Cfrl
GILDING U all lti branehte Old GLAZING
iiromptly attended to Palnthif and Orn.mitttlng
Oottage Furniture, in the best style. I al call af
teation to the Painting of Kofs and Brick Wall.
All the aboye I will doaiebapa the chut.t
1 tlitmiore solicit tkisi uatronae of rnr Mendian
lellow cltizscK ot tli District TunotBality otrlctly
berved, und work done In the irert tu id oer.
You will pleasv mind your Blew, and step at
M T PABKItK'B
No AS Louwlana avenue (urth side),
between filxth and Seventh street
P iS .stalls put np free ol obartre, a nnaal
nijcejl rlKuit piKtjiti
SU per hundred 1 $1 per hundred I $M rr hundre.1 1
The attention of Sutlers, and dealers gtneratly, la
resiotfully invited to the large asortmeet af
l'lee, Cake, Dread. Holla-, Jtnlseult, Ao.,
kept constantly on hand and baked every day by
Butlers eau rely on getting a ged Tie at the low
price of 88 per hundred, and have them at all times
fresh from the oven
I'KACH I'll I APPLE IMF, I DRIED A1TLE
HE I UUANllkttltY l'lUI fLUAI TIKI
CUBRANTHE! FUMPKIN l'UI
The tubscriher weuld reictfnliy oall tbe atten
tion ul the public to bis aortinnt, and while thank
lug them fur the patronage airvady bestowed, soiioit
thiir orders, which will ke nronplv gllsd
No SSI iw York avauue,
between Tenth and Bleventh etreeis.
KtalU M4 and M7 Centre ilaiket,ai.d 101 Nertkern
Liberties Market aav It Ira
il. I.KWIK, n. o.,
OVF1UK No 148 rRNNSYl.TANIA AVENUE,
ZlrfuwM TW'r'lA end ThrUMtS StmIi,
Uespeetfully tenders bis nrefeealeual services to
the pablls Uavlig ksd aa extensive craaUeo In
I'hiladrlphka.ha feels hlnuelf fully muimuh t to dis
charge sis daty la every ess 7 k!ek aaay aa praaaated
to hlj oare
Dr. L. has secured the right te dm the new tsawwve-inent,patri.tdbyDi-i
A M k J. L. Aaay.aa rail
adeipkla, for lasienlng arUteial teeth to gild. silver,
or viatlna plates, wklea krea adsa tke aaaakUirr of
allra or foreign mater alt sea-retjaf katwi tkain,
at the sarae Uae rendaitsg taa aaratlea aaare Srso,
natural, aaaar aaore amity ta the -eaaeat.dUaeat-lug
with tke erdlnsry bsWm f faslealag- y rivst
lug or s 'ldsring, wkwh sa afttn aaasaa tke eailaj lag
of plates, and oomstauesitly an lmarfet aaaatalleu
ta tbe nioaih.
II e would rrspretfully invite the publio I kls atloa
to examine this lmpravataent To a so Is te aaa.
vlased of Ita supenorlty over all metkeds keretalfer
used , ,.
The dental prof.ssloa is alio Invited H sail and
examine Its merits and utility m
- ,,.... ,r,7.lUKAi. INTILTMB Mth
O instant, aielnvlttd for uraleklag tka U f Sub
About 1- o earrsls will be repaired af a high
i-iadeol sxlra Hour, to be delivered la Waaalag
ton at ihs r.liroaddetot, or atwarskoaaeeia Waafc.
tnclou or Ueergvtowa, FOnieUete kstwaaa tke 1st
liedeiuber and the tOtk Deosuksr, ltsl Kaah
barrel of the Flour to be inspe-ned Jut babre it la
lbs Flour must be eual la oaallty to tae Wand
Leown as Lyon's Uaien tfleur.
Dlds to he ll'S,wa to Msjor A. BBOKW1TB, O.
h.,11. S. A., endsesad " rrapsials " nova
L" 111UAUY OF CONOllKalt,
fifib-aiAsr S, IBOl.
Notice Is hereby given that the Llkrarv tf Con.
Kress will not be open uutll the 1st ol October next
gr-m wui jqjui Q gj-jyasKgoy,
sep 10-ti Xrorariaa.
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