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WASHINGTON. THURSDAY, JANUARY 0, J862.
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pLAUH AOAIKIT tho tMITBB TATE
riNLKY BIGQCR, (Jet Bltjjnot the U. 8.
Treasury,) nd CnARLF.8 H. SRBRMAlt.Coaa
HloraatLaw, will derot their ntlr attention to
the proeecatlon nd ttlneat of rlmand agalait
to Unfed Statta, trowing oat of tow pram? war,
including tha Aetxmata and Olabaa of aula, Con
tractor, and Dlabaralng Oflam: ptUtlon for
the realoratlaa ot property ilUgnllr lsd or up
tured, aod for cotnpenattioa forth as of private
property (or Oovernment pnrpoee, and for dam
(or the Injury of taoh property by tha arayt f-r
military pay, peaalont, and Denary land: aad for
dutribatlv hre of monies pareM at tha Tree
inry and dut to tub ooutraaton anaothan.
Tn will alao glv legal advlo to elalauata, ooa
traoton, and to unprefeanlonal ajreato In litigated
jaaw, and prepar written argnont whaadaimd.
With Nonresident Aetata who may aoad them
Mima, an equitable dlvlnon of ooaualMOaa wUl ba
Unill.patad Demand wlll be eoUeetot aad
nrooiptly remitted for a eonualartea of from a half
it two and a half per otnt depending on the
imaunt; and neiotlatiooi wfthta Dtpertnatnt
eonlaoted on moderate term.
By pronpt attention, moderate charge, lent ex
perience, and a mlante knowledge or the of law,
regulations, ralea aad preoedeota, governing thle
-.law of baalnee at the Department, they hope to
ender tlaelr terrloat aaelul to claimant and pablle
Btferen mar be made to at ember of Ooagreai,
tnd nfueera of the Oovernraent; and eepeoially, by
pirraiaalon, to the Hon. EuiuTiimmr, flnt
Comptroller of th Treasury.
Addre " Muara. 11IUOER a SHERMAN,
Waehlngtoa, 1 C '
Office, No. ill F atreet, near Tnaaary aad Wll
lard' Hotel. nova Sen
fa di tilled la Lonoa, and pat
np bOltly In quart aad pint bot
tle, to meet tbe requirement ot
Orngglat, and thoa to whom Fare and Unadulter
ated llqnor 1 a necessity or a Luxury.
It I the oldeat established of all tha Ota (I)
which bare darted Into exletenoe upon the bad of
tawell-de-erved and hard aimed oelabrlty.
It ha no oonneot'.oa with, aad I la no way Ilk
Ida tra.hy mlxtnre toll a "Eaaiua Gin." or
"Old rou,"or' LoioDoc;,"or"LoOKOi,"
ic., Ao.no matter how mncn antiquity " or "re
epectabillty " I amaned by their begetter.
Dr. Valentin atott, of Haw Tork,ys : It la
far ureteruM to even rua Holland Oln, and I la
UstarlklecfUi UJUltum cr -mt.'' tf ay then
satid of phjeiclan.
The New York Herald ay! " We are tnrprletd
at It btniucial enrol; it la a aertala af gnatd to
Tbe Philadelphia Ledger aaya: " It baa no rope
rior, II an tquaf, in medMleal virtue."
The Haw Orleans Meaynn ayt " Thar la no
remedy on earth ror ayspeimia eqaal to tt."
Tbe Botton Journal aya:"Aa a befaraga.u a
rreremh e.r u a remedial agent, we want no other.
It la our txufe fNctlat.,,
Women of Amerioa, for yon II la jxirhodartii
a,la,tL In alokueit or health, It I yoar greaiaat
B. BALDWIN ft CO.,
01 Liberty atreet Kew York.
hold lu Waahlngton by
J.OVK.l.L,, COLLKS ft CO.,
aio K atreet, near Pa. avenne,
deol2 ly And dealer generaHy.
OTKEL8 & CO.,
Ageats aad CMulssioi Merchants
For the Bale and purohua of
Grain, Provision,', CitUr,
mMnny It J'amily Supplteu
CF ALL KINDS,
Corner Third Street and iBdiiMi Avenue,
WA8HINOTON, P. Li.
200 BARRELS SWEET CIDER.
Foraaleby STEKLE ft CO.
For rale by 8TEBLE ft CO.
100 BAIUIELS AP17LE3,
For rale by STEELE ft CO.
NEW YORK STATE CHEBSE,
For aale by 8IJCELE ft CO.
1,000 SACKS FIBST-BATa!
For aale by STEELE ft CO.
WESTERN WHITE FISH,
deoo Ira For tale by STEELE ft CO.
or ALL DKHORIPTIO."
49- Freah aapplle on hand araar nir.-
JA8. D. MASON ft CO. '8
Btxak Paiixi BaaaaT,
No. lit Pnannd.
Bdwn Ommmt mi SntK aawd.
ARMY SUTLERS, .
Or otnera In want, will Bnd It to their adraataga to
rlalt tbla ub)labmnt one of the largeat
In tbe I nlted Bute a hr they oan
be tnpalledai a low-earn
prua, with any of the
rfi or toarraiaM to rite aaaeVrim.
JA8. D. MASON ft CO.,
No. 11 Pratt atreet,
deoll lm Baltimore, Md.
T)ATK8 Hi WOOD,
" WnOLESALK AND ItCTin. DUUU IN
ARMY AND NAVY 8UPPLIE3,
oaxaivuiu. unoiee iteuenee,
VJUUUCUItJIt eTJAUJL, elUaaVnUi
PRESERVED HEATS, PISH, BODPS, Ao.
Pure Wints and Liqaon bjr the Package,
CIOARS AND TOBACCO.
jT Agtnt for Tllden' Extract of Coffee, with
Sugar tnd Milk combined.
Has FnnjylTAnia artnu,
WAZUINOTON, D. O.
HO, FOR TUB CHRISTMAS IIOLI.
At JOS. SIIAFFIRl.D'8,
3a BUUi atreet, Bet. Q and M.
Large uaortmeate of Found, Fruit, and Faacy
Cakea, now ready, tut'abl for Pieaent. and mde oi
the btai material. Great varitty-of Faacy Box.
Large woriment of French Candle. Bon-Bone,
French and Amerloan Sugar Tor, Fruit, and Cor
dial., with a larpe aHortment of other CoafeeHo.
ene. which I will tell at th low. el prior, to aolt
the time. Pleaae call and e.e for yourtelf btlore
you buy anywhere el. loe Ureem and Water
ICf. ri iu
1 ptr gallon. Stnd your order only
EVhllYliOUY GOES TO SMITH'S, No. 400
Ajgvcuih etreet, to get their Clothing, Purnlih
Intt Ooocia Uata,andCp deol2 lm
A RMY OLOVEB I ARMY GLOVES I
JX A RMY GLOVES I
I D ett'eilf (
BTIhfUS a CO.
nor 28 tf
, OatHUUB fRKPARATIOK,
RKLVBOLD'8 BUCHU for tha' Bladder.
HELMBQLD'S BUCHU for the Kidney.
H aiL,MBUiu'e3 huuhu tor the orarel.
HEl.MBOLD'B BUCHU for Dropty.
n R LKBOLD'S BUCHU for Kmonaw
HRLat BOLD'fl'BUCnu far Low el Memory.
HELMBOLD'B BUCHU DttmaM mtVlAm.
SUmShS! SPSHV ,or OUBealt Breatmag.
HELMBOLD-B BUCHU for Weak Nerree.
HELatBOLnB 8U0HU for (leaeral Debility.
HELMBOLD'B BUCHU lor UnlTatnl Iaellade.
gBLMBOLD-B BUcau for Horror of DWna.
HELMBOLD'B. BUCHU for NUht Sweat.
belmiiold'B BUCHU for Waxefaloee.
HELMBOLD'B BUCHU for Dryaaat of tbe Skin.
HkLMBOLD'S BUCHU rbr Eraptloa.
HELMBOLD'B BUCHU for Palala the Bank.
HELMHOLD'cl BUCHU for Hearlnee. of the By.
nj'it Temporary Safraaka and Lorn of
HELMBOLD'B BUOHU for Mobility aad Beet-
Jeeeneae, with Want of Atteatloa aad Horror of
HELMBOLD'B BUCHU for Obatraottoaa.
HELMBOLD'B BUOHU for Exaaam arlatng from
Iaduontloa.andallDtoaweeol " "
reaartlaa, jraaaavlea, laaalee,
aaaJe, eTaaaalaa, raaaailea.
TAKB NO NO PILLS,
TAKI NO NOE1 riLLI,
TBIT ABB Or NO ATAIL.
Tnrr ass or no inn.
UetHELMBOLDB EXTRACT BUCHU for all
voapiaiste laoiocn 10 ua an:.
Ho ramlljr BkaatU ba Wltkawt III
TAKE NO atomic R1T.R1V a TnI.pIam. a
Unpleaaant Madldn for nnpleaaant and Daageroa
Ua HELMBOtD'S KXTBACT B0CHU for Ex
ceeeee anting from kablt lndalged la
F.Toauaa; aai Old,
And for dbwaaea arlelBV fraen TTerile. Af THMlnattAt.
It rraoree all Improper olaohargu, and win rntor
the petieat la a abort Urn to a ataU of Haalth and
Cm HELMBOLD'B EXTRACT BUOHU for Dkv
earn aad AnaaUouof the moot Dl. treating CBarao.
Uee HELMBOLD'B EXTRACT BDCHUjbr all
mneouoaa ana uietatee oi in
Kfala or rem At.
from whaterer oan orlglaatlag, and no matter of
now Long Standing
AU ot the abore dlae aad tymptom admit of
uu nuse oaaunent, ana may originate from the
Head! Read! Raadl Read I
HELMBOLD'B BUCHU I aft, and pleaaaat la
t4h akem aJa thA IB.M..JI..A. a aL La
aae. buu rmwi, w UaamtnUBIB 1Q 1 ftOUOIli
Fenonal1rppaTftl lufort w,ux Aldermw of
JiJou7 0i rmiwipoi,u. r.HEL,MBOLDtChttl
"-'' vvlu9 7 vrn(oDctjay UMllul
" wiiuiBi no i-Knxwo. mtreurr. or
dnur. bat U vmnli Tcntabl..
B. T. HELMBOLD.
8won mA tubwirib-4 before m, thU 38d diy of
VfMVaMiaKaaa 111 A twrmM n 'nlnninn'
TMm 91 VTbotUtQTitDtUi&iTtn&tQmd;
A Trial OoaU tiat a Dollar Try it;
And be oonvtnoed of Ita afflnfljiv. Ad it ( umm
oaaled br reliable and MeiMmdhlA rmviinitt rw.m
Prolaawn ot Medical College, Clergymen, and
Prepared by ' H. T. HELMBOLD.
rracuoai ana Analytical unemut,
NECESSARY CAUTION. Should unprincipled
Dealer try to palm e another artlole, whlon pay
a better proat and I worthkea,
ASK FOB IIKLMUOI.D'S. EXTRACT BUCHU.
TAKE NO OTHER.
Sold by Z. D. OILMAN
B. B. WAITS,
8. O. FORD.
J. . MAJOR.
And by all Dragglat arery where.
Gat thle nat. .eend or eAtl rn l m4 mwA
ImpoaljBon and enpotare. daoT-tm
)IBBI rIBBII FIESIII
(8 per handred 1 tB per hundred I $8 per hondred I
, IUTLIII. ITTIUTinill I
' The attention of Sntlera, and dealer generally, la
njwMwij .hiiwji. iw xum uri eeBunmeai oi
Plee, Cake, Broad. Holla. Balecalc rVe..
kept oonataatly on hand and baked every day by
111 Ml MIHHM Ml
BatleraaanrelTOaaraltliir a ofn1 Pl fh lm
Prioe oft per hondred, and hare them at all time.
PEACE PIEI APPLE PIEI DRIBD APPLE
PUB I CRANBERRY PIEI PLUM PIEI
CCKBANT'Pnsi PUMPKIN PIEI
Tht'aabeerlber wanld rwpaotfally call the atten
tion of the pablle to hie aaaorameat, and while thank
ing them for the paaronaga already beitewed, tolidt
thlr arden. whlab will bo promptly filled.
No. 331 New York avenne,
. .. . oetween Tenth aad Elmnth atreeU.
Stall toe and a7 Centre Maikettand loi Northern
Llbertle Market ... . daelt-lm
- AN1 THE WAR.
Jompenution EiUBtUl to
JPnee and CiviliBnlton.
Uwbloh It li mado apparent that the reannroea
of tha country ara thrao-fold graaUr
than th margoncr, whloh will
call for mil, If any, ad
IT DAHtXL R. OOODLOHjOr NORTH gABOLINA.
Price t cent Bold at
418 Seventh (tract,
dtalS tf OppoeiUiieaeralPoatOfflM.
pOVBllNMBNT LOAN AOBNOY.
Lewis joujraojr co.,
Ooaaaa or FaamTiYAXiA Araxua ab-b Taara Br,
Lawt Joaxaox, of oar Ann, having been ap
pointed a BabacripUoa Agent forthe Rational Loan
authorlatd by th act of Ooagreai of 17th July, 1M1 ,
wa ar prepared to furnleh, to partie deairoa of
making InvMtateat, any amount of 7 10 Treasury
Note, of oeoTenieat riaa.
la ttf LEWIS JOHNBON k CO.
QUO WINKB AND BRAHDIHB.
Havinr reaeread a oetuteasaeat of Am
Al '. mnaBBei rihln fhto. Wh..a . nmmm.
we thnifcrnr.t pfmgVbt,Orooer, Hotel and1
OBjyvaA aaa. frawti! ejejej a
DRY OATAWBA WINE.
Llht aadttrong the lormer la hoxee fer table ae,
tnd th latter In half barrel for mixing and cooking
Street Catawba or Lattice' Win.
In barrel and half barrel, for table nee: a very
roperior artlole fer the holiday.
An nmarpaaubla atlmnlaat, and very netful for
ur-uyxnaen. LYLE A OOFFUf ,
dec. 18 lm. to LotuUaaa arena.
Star k Intel
WRAPW'Vof DSlAT WMIB OFFME.
PABBKNQKR THA1NB TO AND FROM
SPECIAL NOTICE TO TRAYELERS.
On and after MONDAY. December 0.1M1, the
Faannger Train between Washington aad BaltJ
mora will ma a follow, t
, TRAINS MOVINQ NORTH.
Morning Exprea leare Waahlngton 00 a. a.
Arrlre at Baltimore to a. m. s Philadelphia li to p.
m t New York op. m : HarrlaWg 1.15 p.m.
Morning Aooommorlatton leare Waahlngton. at
J 0 a. m. Arrive at Baltimore SO a. m. No ooa.
naeUoae at Baltimore.
New York Mall Train lear Waahlnaton at 11 a. m.
Arrive at Baltimore IS to p. m.; PhOadtlphla tT
p. m.t Nw York 10 p. m
Afternoon Accommodation leave Waahlngton ot
fi m. Arrive at Baltimore 4 to p. m : Philadelphia
0.O8 p m.
Evening Expiree leave Waahlngton S p. m. Ar
rive at Baltimore s.it p. m ; Philadelphia 10 M p. m. :
New York a. m., Harrlabarg 1 a. m.
tin Snnday at 1 05 and 6.00 p. m. only.
The 00 p. m. train from Waahlngton connect
through to New York every day daring the week.
TRAINB MOVING BOOTH.
Leave New York at J a. m.t Philadelphia 11.M a.
m-; Baltlmor 4.00 p. m. Anre at Washington 6 (3
Leave New York at p. m.t Philadelphia 10 to p.
m.; Baltimore 4 80 a m. Arrive at Waahlngton e.vo
Leave New York at 11 p. m : Philadelphia 3.30 a.
m-t Baltimore T.st a. m. Arrive at Waahlngton
9.21 a. m.
Accommodation Train, leave Baltimore at a. m.
and t p. m. for Waahlngton ; arrive there at 11 a. m.
On Snnday at 4 SO and 7 85 a. m. only.
Pamanger Tralna leaving Waahlngton at 7.40 a. m.
aad 3 ot p. m , aad Baltimore at 7 34 a. m. and 4 00
Sm.. make direct oooncotlona for Annapolia at the
Train leave Annapolia for Baltimore and Wwh
Ington at O.to a. ra. and 2.40 p. m.
Pautager Tralna leaving wathlngton at 0.00 a. m
11 a. m. and 6 p. m , and Baltimore at 4.30 and 7.35
a. m. aad to p. m , wilt atop only of vtnnafolu Junc
(ennemd ITaiAtnoton (Relay) Junaim.
Way Faaeagermntt Uke the Acammotaivm TVoi-u
Tralna will have Waehlnglon and Haiti more
promptly upon card ftm.
W. P. SMITH.
Matter of Traniportailon, Bait.
3. T. ENGLAND, '
agent, Camden Station, Bil'tmore.
Agent, at Waahlngton nov 21
JOV. J4, 1801. NOV. , 1801.
N0RTUERN CENTRAL RAILWAY,
The ahorteat, qnlckeat, and beet ronte from Baltl
more to the
WEST, NORTH, AND NORTHWEST.
CHAN OK OF TIMS.
On aad after Sunday, ttth November, Fawenger
Train will arrive and depart from Calvert Station
TRAINS NORTH LEAVE.
Mall, at sto A.M.
Balalo Exprea 3 00 P. M.
Parkton Accomodation 4.00 p. M.
Pltubarg and Ilarriaburg Exprea 1.30 P. M
TRAINS SOUTH ARRIVE.
Parkton Aooommodatieo, at .'. 8 00 A. M
Buffalo Exprea. 8.20 A. M
Plttaburgand Htrrlabnrg Expiree 2.00 P. M.
Mail .so P.M.
The t A. M. Train from Waahlngton connect with
miiia.a. inuuiion ii.uimore ror tne weet
and for Buffalo. Elmlra.Kocheatcr. Dunkirk. Canan
dalgua, and Niagara Fall, and for New York
The 11 A. M. Train Iran Waahlngton connect ltli
the 3.00 P. M. Train from Baltimore, to Wet, North
and Northweat, and Elmlra and unflalo and Ho
cheeter. Tbe t.oo P. M. Train from Waahlngton connect
with the 8.80 P. M. Trjln from Baltimore for Pltte
burg, Harrdburr, and the Went, and ia a direct con
neoaonfor Lebanon, Eaaton, Allentown, and New
York, via Central Railroad of New Jereey.
Try tbla rout to New York.
mr The only Train leaving- Baltimore oa Sundaj
la tne 8 00 P.M. Train, ror Hirrlaburg, Pituburg
Chleago and the Wen
The only Train a riving In Baltimore r RuU
lathe 8 20 A.M. Train.
nov 2? , J AS. C. CLARKE, Bnp't.
Philadelphia, Wilmington, and Baltimore
Oa and aRrr MOVDAY, NOV. 18, 1881,
PAS8ENQEU TltAlNH LEAVE PHILADEL
Tor Baltlmor, at 8 30 a. m.,8.15 a ra , 11.35 a. ra.,
(Expre,) and 10 50 p m.
For Cheater, at 8.15 a m , 11.38 a. m.,345 and 1050
For Wilmington, at 8 30 a. m., 8.15 a. ni., 11.35 a.
m..8.4t and 1080 p m.
For New Caatle, at 8 18 a. m tnd 3 43 p. m.
For Dover, at 8.15 a. m and 3 46 p. m
For Mllford, at 8 It a. m.
For ballabury , at 8 18 a m.
TRAINS FOR PHILADELPHIA
Leav Baltlmor at 8 K a m.. (Exprea,) 1.06 p.
m, (Exprea,) 6 20 and 7pm (Exprea.)
Leave Wilmington at 7.30 and 11.83 a. m.,415,
Leave Ballabury at 2 Di p. m.
Leave Mllford at 4 55 p m.
Leave Dover at 0 a. m. and 8.10 p. m.
Leave New Cattle at 11 a m. and 8.10 p. m.
Leave Cheater at 8 20 a m., 12 16, 4 50, and 0 80
Lear Baltltnor for Sallabury and Intermediate
elation at 6 20 and 7 p. m.j for Dover and intcrmi
dial itttloni, at 1X6 p. m.
TRAINS FOR BALTIMORE
Lav Cheatrr tt 8 46 a m , 12 C5 and 11.20 p. m.
Leave Wilmington at 4 SO a m , 0 25 a m , 12 (6
p. m , and 1? a m.
FREIGHT TRAIN, with Pawerig;r Cr atuched,
Leave Philadelphia, for Perryvllle and interme
diate plaoea, at 6.10 p m.
Leave Wilmington, for Perryvllle and iotermedl
ate place, at 7.10 p. m.
Leave Baltimore, for Havre do Grace and later
mediate ttatlon, at a. m.
ON SUNDAYS ONLY :
At 3 80 a. m. and 10 60 p. m Irom Philadtlphi to
At 7 irom Baltimore to Philadelphia.
The 8 30 a. m. Train from Philadelphia to Balti
more will run daily, Mondavi tuctvted
, -B. M. FELTON,
JanJ If Preeident
"Adami Express Company."
Tbla Company offer, to the publl " Uneaualled
Advantagee " fer the " Safe and Quick Dupatoh" of
Heavy Freight, Paokaeee, Valuable, Money, Ac..
Ac. , to all part of th United Btete.
Expreaaee to and from the North and Weet depart
front and arrive In Waahlngton twloe dally. AU
Expre ara In charge ofmjxrimtti and reKaaU
All Package for "The Soldier" oarrledat1' One
Half" oar anal rate.
AUloodifer th eo-oalled " Confederate State.,"
aad all artlole Contraband of War," will be aa-
OarBxpreeeeeleaveNew York t 1,8 and 6 P. M ,
arriving in Wathlngton at 6 A M. and 6 80 P. M.
Expre leave Philadelphia at 8 80 A. M. and 1 10
M., arriving In Waahlngton 6 80 P. M. and A. M.
Expre leav Baltlmor at 4.20 A M and a 46
'P. M , arriving In Waahlngton at 0 A. M. and 6 30
Bxpre for all point North and Weil leave
Waahlngton dally at 7.30 A. M. and 1 80 P. M.
Special Contract for large quantltle of Freight
can be made on annlloatlon at tnl offloe.
All good called lor and delivered re. of extra
onarg. n. rr. raoauno,
-.iprrlntendent Adam Exprea C
Waahlngton, lagaat 23. '81 aag23-tl
Tar Bala - - at tkl Oflte,
PKNBIOB OrFICB, JUNK O, 18S1.
TO Alt WHOM IT MAT COXCMMN.
Application having been made under the net of Md
Jane. 1800. fnr the relavaa of the land Warranu de.
Kilned herein, which ar alleged to have been loat
ot ueamiyea, nouoe ia nereoy given trial, a in aau
fcllowlnr the ilaaitilelliin of eah wrut. a ai
oenlloat of Uke tenor will be Imaed, If no valid ob
jection ahoald than appear.
Cm No. I3A28, for 1M acre. land under th not
of Mann, 1818, In th nam of William Soott.and
Eu. wwuru atay, ieo - jaanary
. ko. ti am, for 80 tr, lrened under th act of
March, 18M, In th nua of Simeoa Teamater, aad
wa graated March tath, 1888.
No. 88,801, for 180 aeree, leaned aader tb act o.
March, lut, In th name ef Nancy Johnn,'wtdow
of John Rloharda, aad wa granted Aagaat 24th,
181 18th January, 1882. '
No. 40,077, for 10 aerea, lamed under the act of
March, 1UI, In the aaau of Sarah, widow of Kvart
Vanvlckl. aad wa granted November 28, 1840
No. 47 J30, for 10 acre, Ueued under the' act o.
March,18tt, la the nam of Cyraa 8. Ward, minor
child at Cyraa 8. Ward.deoeaaed. aad wa granted
October 10,1160 January M, leil. "
No. 88,801, tor 10 act, tairaed ander the act al
Maroh8, 1881, la th nam oi Joanna M , widow of
John Van BoeUrck, aad wa graated Augtut 87,
No. 48428, for 80 Mr, lanad under th act ol
March, I8tt, In th nam of Jacob Fookler.and wa
granted Aanut 80, 1888 February . 1882.
No. 4840, for 84 acre, lentd under th act ol
March, l8tt, la th nam of Betjamln Pack, aad
wa franted on tha 2d day of Matah, 1887 Fbraary
No. U,T3, tor 80 acne, toned under the act of
September, MM, tn the nam of John Denny, and
wee granted be ptember 27, 1881 Match 1. IBM.
No. 103,317. for 40 ana, tamed under the act of
September, 1880, In the nam or John Barton, aad
waa granted Man-h 17, UM-March U, 102.
No 7JJ, for 100 aer. Lined ander th act ot
Match, 1888, la the cam of George W Warren, and
wa granted October 8, 1888 March It, It 2.
No 08.138, for 180 acrea, loaed ndr th act of
March, 18M, In the name of Barsabu Cook, and wa
granted September 21, llco-March 1. 13tl
N 81,823, for 180 acree, laaued nodrr the act of
March, 1815, lathe name or I homes Jchneon,and
wu granted June 22, 1888 March 18, 1882
No. 30,811, for 160 acrea, l-eued under the at of
March, IMt, In the name of Ab gall, widow of Jo i a
than Beaid, and wa granted Angutt 7,1868 March
U 1882. -a i
No 48 871, for 180 acre, Lamed under th act ut
March, 1881, lathe nam of Inlah Tanker, minor
ohlld of Eliian Teiker.deoeeeed, and wa crontr.l
September ioth. ltto March 22d. 1882.
No 4089, for 120 acrea, laaued under the ect of
Matin, lilt, tn the name of Hufu P. Woodlcl
and waa granted January It, 1880 March 21, 1M1
No. 81,480, for 120 acree, lamed nnder-lhe act ot
March, lBtt, In the nam of Jordan Hunt, and waa
granted Auguit 7, ISis Match SI, lies.
JOaKPn It. BARRETT,
KtUUMMUM, a Ut eorKWemi,
IMPPRWSS If Ot BLOOD,
Aad A KfftU tf Memuy.
It I a oonvenlently arranged Baao or Bali, con
tjJnlnga medicated compoand,to be wern around
the body, about the waatt, aqnaur Arracrim ait
raari, uA-reeer ue diena my 6e, and can be worn
KgAote1 ienury to th moat delicate pereon.
By this tnatmant, the medicinal propertlee con
tiiined in the Baud, being of a Me-Juy aromatic and
e-torfle aorurr, and cofolit of being reodtZy aborted
U.rovy tA4 tort o tiu iMn, oome Into dim umtx with
the BtooD and general dmUUm. without flret paeo-
li g through the proooea of duetion, which would
tend, not only to detract from their curative powere,
bat to imntlrthe internal ors-ans andderarve th
direction alao thaa avoiding the vriou4 ejeoti, o
olten the reenlt or eauvwal remediea, and eflectlng a
tcrectcure, by yejrtiov and eouaiinna It cimttotim of
fe nal Jlvi&t , and rvatorln Pri affeattd te a jkeehty
c nauion. i nu xj.nD jb aieo a wor vuwetjvi -- anti
FixaonaiAL Aaairr," aad will entirely retiree the tya
tern irom It pernicumt tfftcU.
Moderate caeea are cured In a few daya, and we are
Oiinatantly recelvmguntteuofed teatlmonlal to which
we iuvii inapvoiiua ( oar uuiuc vi iuvat ruiQwiy ir.
nxjtravated case of Ion XonMiv.
Price Two Dollar. Sent by mall upon receipt ol
t.t, orbyexpieae everywhere, with all naatary in
Urvctiau, from the principal office of
O'BMITfl A CO., Proprietor,
491 Broadway, New York.
N. B DeienphN oirculori ami re.
aa- Thle Band will not Interfere with the (oldicr'i
dotle nrl6 ly
NKW lilVINTlUn OF AHTIi-IUlAL,
CHEOPLA8TIC BONK AhHTH,
without metal pltte or ol'.pe, by
DTI. S. B. 81QE8MOND,
910 Broadway, New York: and M0 Penna. annua,
bet. 11th and 18th at., Waahlngton, D. C,
Cull th attention of the pnbUo to tbe following
mi vantage of hi improved eyetem:
. let TheteethofhiamaAatacturwillBvcreorrodt
nor change oolor by any add, and are three-fourth,
lighter than any other.
2d. No tth or root need be extracted, a the
artlScial one can be Inaerted over them.
.id. The root will tn mad inoffenalv aad nvr
4th. No temporary teeth are needed, a permanent
once oan b mad immediately, tbrbr preaerving
lb e natural xpr-ion of ih raoe, whloh, under th
oM lyatem, I frequently dtaflguna.
6th. Thla work naa been rally teeted, for over live
yean, by many ot tha ant Chemlat and Physician
of thla and th old country.
Dr. S. ha alio Invented a white indeatrnotlhle
metal tilling with which the moat Mutative teeth can
be filled without pain, and can build up a nerfeot
eeund tooth on -any aid root, whloh wfll lat
through a lifetime.
He refer to the following gentlemen: Dr. V.Mott;
Dr. Uoremu, Profeceor of Chimtrtry: Hon. A.
Mann, Jan.: Capt. Crabtree, VIM Preeident of th
biuigreuou vo. ui new Jure; uun. .ugei vv
ol th Supreme Court, of Waahlngton, D. C. j
iuuomhu t vuivre.
Call and txamine ryourMlvN. nova em
R1TTKNHODBK, FART, etc CO.,
3.12 Pennsylvania Avtnut,
lame DltAFTS on all part of th United State, In
uin to ult Oraoera and Soldiere.
Ala). Draft oa Loudon, IreUnd.Soolland, Wale,
and all porllon of lb continent of.Europ.
Illgheet Prle Paid In Sold for United
Staf aTreaJury Note of th different lease, and
Exchange on the principal el He North, payable
In gotd or currency, old to eult purcbAHr.
tllTTENUOCSiS, FANT 4 CO., Bankara,
No 881 Pnnylvnla avn,
Near Brown' Hotel.
Oold and Uncarrent Bfonay Purelaased,
Specie, and United State Currency. Account
ombm for depositors.
BITTKNUOU8E, FANT k CO , Banker,
No. SSI Pennjylvinla avenue,
Jan 4 lm. Near Brown' Hotel,
NO CHARGE WITHOUT SUCCESS.
Law and oonnaal In th BUM and United State
and all Bnanoitlbutihwa attended to promptly.
We guarantee luce. No cbarg wl'hoot.
O. X. HOUSE,
Counaellor at Law,
10 Oerkman Street. New York
jrjrTen veove m OteStaU and United &aiuOowi 8nd
lor circular lor reiereuoa, eerocieie vuuueci, ao.
TO LKT-ta Batlaf Bar, Steam Table
and Ojater Box, (all complete,) at 881 renuyl
vanla avenu. But ten dollar a month. Apply u
MS Pennsylvania aveaae,
deo-28-lOt Between Beeoadtadnhsliii.
HOENKS AT ANNAPOLIS 1
Embarkation of Troops 1
Departare of Veele for th Iteadeavoaa.
The troopt attached to Geoeral Bnrnaido'a
expadltloD hare been concentratinct at Annap
olis for tome time put, and most of them bo
lag enoamped near the oity. ,
On Snnday morning Itit there wu a general
movement among them, incident to their em
barkatloD, the atreet and wharree presenting
a lively appearance. The embarkation con-
tinned during Monday and Tuesday, nod u
rut u the Yetsel received their complement of
soldiers, the dropped down the harbor, and
some or them Immediately started for the place
of general rendexrons, which la said to be
Fortran Monroe. Up to Tueadny night, about
twelve regimenal had embarked, and it wu
supposed tbat, by Wednesday night, nil wonlrl
be on board, the, town cleared of soldiers, and
the expedition off.
On Monday night, there were three regiments
at the Naval School, waiting their turn to go
on board; they were unable to get quarters In
the School, and were constantly kept marohlng
to keep themselves from Buffering, the weather
being very cold,and thesnowtwo Inches deep.
The parting scenes are represented ta Bid,
merry, and comical. The men and officers
were In high spirits at the prospect of uctlre
duty; the men marched through the town in as
rollicktpg a manner u though they were going
on a errand pic nio excursion.
Tbe Hildiers had jntt been paid off, and con
sequently tbe merchants of Annapolis reaped a
grunit harvest, u tho men spent their mony
wllhont stint, laying in supplies of tobacco,
utlonery.and everything else they wanted, or
imagined they would want. Many of the mer
chants were entirely sold out. The shows were
crowded day and night, and the thowmen and
rum-sellers were sorry when the army left.
Where to many men were gathered together,
exceisee were to be expected, but to prevent
Intemperance, the Provost Marshal Isrued or
dr against selling or giving liquor to soldltrs
or citizens, and It wu generally observed.
Letter from the Rebel Maury.
A London correspondent of the Journal of
Cbmmrrce writes u follows :
I notice in tho last numher or the London
Athenceum a letter of nearly nlue column?,
signed " M. F. Usury. C. Nat y," addressed to
Admiral F tiroy. of the royul navy. The sub
jict Is aecetelon, and the owl headed editor in
troduces tne letter Dy remaraiog mil iim in
tellectual voices ol America Ir.vu scarcely yt
oeen nearu on me great queeu jub ui eeccaeiuu
and civil war. Let me edlty ycur readers with
a few of bis Ideas
He thinks the people of Europe are anxious
about blm, and so he hastens to tell them lhat
he Is in Richmond. When h- made up hit
mind to secede, he thought oi the precious treu
suros In the National Observatory, and a " tear
furrowed bis cheek." Ue goes into history a
bit, and then asserts that all tbe right is on tbe
ride of tbe Bomb, ana mat tne causes or tne
i-pparntion are physical, industrhl, social, and
lie sneers at the Yankee, and makes a long
story about their being so smart that they
cured the largest share of all appropriations
Ly Congress for their benefit) be talks after tho
masonlo fashion about tbe negro, :.nd declares
that tbe publlo lands of the Union have de
stroyed its prosperity; makes himself unhappy
Decause tne tiaeoi emii;riiuu ujweu n mh
Northwest rather than to the swswps cf tbe
South, they destrojlng the check) and balances
of Government) he bouts about thi vlllloguese
of tbe South to pay its taxes, nnd feele cot II Jent
that the North will not put tneir umm ir. rur
J. .1 .1 ,-..! tl.n S II ..I ..B.II
pOCaetS tor "ADO i.iuouiu, uiv nui-r?i T,
he says enlistments go on sluwly at tli ." ui h,
nrl that all the nrlraners taken hr ' ma
om fnrees have uld tbeywero itr. "r - a: he
calls the whole northern people a nana oi
The acts of our President are said tc be orly
worthy of a savage. He informs lis that tbe
Zouaves at Manassas were equipped with bai
ters for the necks of Southern men; ho says
I be best and most talented men oi the bonin
all men of substance ore fighting In the ranks,
while the Northern army is composed oi lure
lings; be hopes the Southern States will be
annexed to I he British Crown before lh.y re
join Ihe North: and among many otber similar
opinions, he winds up by expressing tbe bnllnf
that Pennsylvania, with a viewot avoiaiog ner
quota of the new national debt, may be induced
to join tbe so-called Southern Confederacy.
Upon tbe whole, when we remember that Mr.
Maury Is a white man, and not a gorilla by
profession a gentleman ahd a Christian the
falsehoods contained in hi tirade are unao-
countable and most, deplorable. The man
seems to have gone mad, even as bis section of
country; and the editor of the Athenmum, for
printing sucn sum, aeservea iuo couaemuation
or all nonest men.
DlSCONTITOiKCI or RlBEL NlWaTAFrlRa.
The provincial papers of the " Old Dominion "
are eeeiog bard times, now tbat they cannot
lnvote the aid of Yankee paper mills and ma
chinists. In. the counties of Frederick, Clarke,
JeSerson, Berkeley, Morgan, Hampshire, Shen
andoah, Warren, Rockingham, Augusta, end
Loudoun, there were published, when tbe war
commended, twenlv three saners. Those en.
tlrelr discontinued are tbe Berryville Journal.
Charleston Spirit of Jefferson and Independent
Democrat, Bhepherdetuwn Register, Martins,
bunr American. Berkeley Springs Constitu
tion. Romnev Intelligencer and Anus. Pied.
mont independent, Woodstock Tenth Legion,
Luray Review. Front Royal Gazette, Harrison
burg Citlxen, Valley Democrat, Staunton Vin
dlcator, and Leesburg Mirror. There are now
seven papers published in those counties, only
three of which are Issued as often as once a
week, and all, with a single exception, are
much reduced in site.
General Scott la atlll la New York, stopping
at the Brevoort House. He is living a re
markably quiet and secluded life, receiving
but few visitors. He does not intend return
lnf to Washington lor some weeks.
Strangle, orOlatrmperinaar Army
Camp Gkifhv, Va.
Diar RgrttlLtCAX: Th atrnnrrW r,r i.,....
distemper, In our army I principally holdent
k '. B "". usually appearing bslr-r-n
iuyuunu ana nun year, and ertcner Id the
spring than at any ctber lime. It occasionally
attacks old animals. Few hnrw m.n.
Uncle Sam ha not a iro.t n hnr.... u hi.
army, and tbe principal disease Is distemper;
consequently, ha loss a gr.-at many ol thn by
careless grooms nnd teamsters, who feed .nj
drive as tbey like. Wo have a great mai" fln
horses in this portl'.n of the army, and' 1'iey
can be kept looking floe and fat here, a wU
as at home, by a little careful management, or
a little elbow labor, but which U not often
used here. Uncle Sam Is a good provider or
hay and oats to horses but neglectful lo the
sick and lame ones. I guws he thlnk Ihey
never get sick or lame A few dollars' worth
of medicine in each r glnieut In our army wi uid
save a good many hnndrud dullars- woilli ol
horseflesh for him. I niynelr hnve saved a gnod
many for him. I cannot see n horie eulfer
where I am.
When I enlisted in our nrmr. eml r-itr. irt
the "Sunny South" to fight for" my country, I
brought a great deal of medictn-j with m tor
my own use, and others if liny required it.
Our horses look line nnd slick under my clur'
in onr regiment, and are well groomed and
cared for; lor I alwnjs see that "tery horse is
giuuuiou rigui ana lea at a proper time.
I have practiced as a veterinary rurgvuu for
the last fifteen years, end knjw the dlsea-es
ineldeotal to horie. I am su-iirif 4 that we
have not got a hors hosDltal or icflrtnarv. and
doctors to attend more t the torse t5an has
been donev It is a great di fi2iincy iu our
army, and ought to b looked into ti little
more, for the sake of llm poor dumb animals,
as well as the loss we eostaln. I bars seen
attacks of cbolic among mir horse bro yht on
by c'.ango of water j and a lltllo chollc mix
ture that I carry with me gave immediate ro
ller to the nnimiK and they went oi with
their work as usuil. It they bail not been
treated at the Mm.' it mleht have resulted In
their death. This is the way it cot-t on with
our army horfes. "Llv. or die," siy the
teamster or groom, "who cms? Uncle Sam
can buy more if tbey die I"
iluimiuijt, 17B. .iicitrn
Vet. Surgeon Thirty thiid N. V. Kegt.
From the Richmond Dl-patilor.ljiii i j
The work of the fortitlcatior.s on tin Mm-
Chester side of James river are progntsin;; at
a very salUlactory rate, under the capable en
Eenmenaence oi flir. William A. Mmim. who
ns been appointed oie ot Captain Ila.piu's
deputies lu ci'rjing rut the de-Iyns of thi-
So far as wo are csnablo of iudsiiiL'. nit ,,i
Ihe defensivu works on boib sides uf tl- nr. i
bnvebeen, or are being, put ult'i 1 -T -I i j i.
to tho nmount of reslst,mc whi. It ,t t- . , .
capable of making to lliu i ti-n-o ill h ra,.
should he ever, at any time lina'ii r, rn- hi
apprarance in thi section il the cmntiy.
As the reader la prubihly awue com t,iui-s
are now being formid iu iliix city m man tb"
fortlflcations. When the miu ut iiniiomic.-J
as ready, no deutt nil Ihe guns uhlcti the
present force is cspaUe 1 1 bundling li ellect
will bo immediately placed in position, and ihn
men duly instructed In tltlr ute. The riild,-ci
of manning the batteries Irom the iiburllvi- at
tempts made Dy tLe -Home Ariilli-ry La
been treated more lightly than It devei .-til
It is an cncotirslng rigu ol the limes that
the people are now willing lo cousldir thi
matter in tne sellout light in tulib it should
We nope me enemy may never coue this
way: we don't believe that he ever will, bi.i
should he do so, Ihe value of tbe Ir.tkrli. to
our citizens would be beyond computation..
ElOUT C'llMiRCN at a Biutu. On ti-e .'d ol
Augn5!. Mt. Timothy Bradlee, ot Tiiimbull
count, Ohi'.. se birth lo eitrht cbiidrtti
three bo vfc ad 'Ivc girls. Thij tire all litinj,
and are. b I.I Jt but qullo II. .Mr. lira I
lee's family ' Increasing l'a 'i tits married
six years ugo ("Kunlce ilon'-e.'i, who wljlu-d
two hundred tui'i eeventy-tl-ne ou'iJ.i oa thv
day or ber marriage. Htin s giren birth to
two pairs or twins, and now eight more, malt
ing twelve children In t ye.ns li won
strange, but nevertheless it litw, Mr QradU j
waa a twin of three, her mothe nnd father
both being twins, and br grandmother 'he
mother of fire pairs ot twins, Mrs. lliudlee
has named her boys alter notid und distin
guished men; one alter the Iior. J R.Ul.tilngs,
who has given her a stili-ndld gold mrd il, one
niter ihe. Rev. Klljth Champl tin who g ivt l.er
a deed of fifty ncrrs ol I in J: nnd the i titer
after James Johnson, ulio piw her u con.
Lttter in Xeic Vark Tribune
LiTrr.its ton the South. The accumulation
of letters sent to Fortrens Monroe Icr trun'im.
sion to prisoners ot war ui d n'hers ut the
South, has become so large that the rr.'u.tj,,s
of General Wool's stuff, who are imp'tj..! lit
their examination, cacnot attend to a third ot
those that arrive dally. Orders will eoun be
iBSueu lo limn, in son.e w,y, nut murincr ui'icn
are allowed to pass, and menntimu all i-tr-ens
desiring to communicate with fi lends In t''s
South, are requested to make tls.-ir ltliTs s
few and brief as possible. There are now ,
end tbouaand waitin; to be txamlned, a.'d
many of those wbich urn too long to rt.ail will
be destroyed without being read.
YVAeniKOTOS, JAM'AKT 4, 1
1'eraotiM dralrouaof b lntt vacciunttl trev m i
peniowlll De attenaea to ov cainn? upot ciiim oi
the following named Ward rhy.H-lan.
Flrit Waid Uh rlca Mc(Joru,icj M 1) M.i
teemh atreet, between I ktteet and itau ylianu
Second Ward J W IT LoirJy M li.cuiiiti
of I nd Twe'ttli itreeta
Third Ward t, M. Date, 51. l Lima, Uimm
Hinth and Tenth atrrete
Fourlh Ward-Jo. T IloMsnl. M. U . o "
Fifth Ward-Oco. McCov, M 1 , renn.j Inula
avenue. between Second bud llitid 'ru i .u.t
Sixth Ward-Jr.o JI .Itoverl. tl I' l Mlet
between Sen nth d I.lghth imi'
Seventh Ward tt I' Hi n W I' , Jev.iiUi
atreet, between ftnd Kjlm.. UAILll,ll
The unJereiKied ben. leule to irfortn bis ' lend,
and the trave.lnrf pub ic that h. ha. Uu4-d lor u
term of yearathe wed kooun Hotel kej to- u.i-u
fear by Mr Marhhall llruwu, und to uure i'liii
bt they will find in hlin a tut iieunu ud to
keep In every particular a rti-t clan llomr He re
apectlully aollciu their patron"
AWOItilW It I'llllf