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FIN LEY MOItKtf.ifltte 'Reglater of IheU.s!
TmiuiJ aad 0R1ILH a. BrlfiBMlaT.Ooan.'
Treasury,) aad CHARLES M.
eellora el Law. will davota the
rellora el ufi will devote their eattre al
tha MmmaaHoa aid eettleaMut ef
lLa tjal.a.a Dial.. .A-I. aa i
including the Aooouute aid ChUmi of Ylattu, Oat'
trMton, andiPttburalat Ofljeen: applHelloee tot
the reetorallea ot property fllagally ateaed or oep
tufa). nd for eomMSaatfoa tha Sft of nerval
property
IbrUie int.
uorvrnnteBi pwisiaa, ua tor wum
r nana lajwverty vy lata snarl aa
military pay, penaloae, u&bxnatyiaada-aM tor
Tajr will alao give legal odvM (a slatvaanti, eoa
Irtalon , and to unpramalooal aaata la Utlfatad
:w: and prtpara writlai anaaaaata whtndealnd.,
Vith Non raaldmt AMata Wh6 tut and Uim
Mima, aa eqoiublt dlTtsMa-of ooaimlajioiu wtll bt
CndlnmUd Dnnaada ,lll U . aollaetad aad
promptly raMIUM lor MMalaaiaanr. from hall
li two and a half har oaftdaiiaiiJlajr- tha
amnitt; and neotlatlou witktat DepartnMnla
tonltadoainaraialaraia.' ' '" ''
By pronpt atttattaa,- aolarata eharjaa, k
prrlaiMa, and mlaata kaewtodM of Um of ibtt
rraalatloa. talM aad.frteadaali, aartiaiaa tbla
llx of badatai at tha DapaitaMaU, loaf kopa to
-rudtr thuc MCitou awiai to cUlauaU aadpabuo
irUllon. . ' r' i L ' . ,! .
Keitrenat frtr raada to Htmtert or CAajrrai,
and oflcara of tha Oomnmtnt: and oipaorallfV y
ina
tha
rthi
pcrmtwloajitoi
Comptrotlar of
ActdfM-" J
i to tha noa. Btira Wanitmrc nrn
i ina i rraaarr'
t ill
AciarM-" iifn higukk a shkbhab,
WOKhtoalOB, UU
Oflka, No. 3U F atract, near Treanrjr ad Wl
lardt' lfoltl. " .aorf-oai
CHARLES'
:'"o!LOKI)0li(5ll.
I.CQEIDTAL
jvg f
I iUl '
KllOtil
II. ' rf
GIN
I tAutintfH
Vt.iuf,iiu
l'Q&&4t
! dMHled la Loato. and pat
mimtiSm
np i oUlj In qaart and plat hot-'
tin. to awt UM reqamnwaii oi
UrocgUU, aad tboaa to whoa Fan od Dnadnltor.
atd ll-juor U a Haooafltr ora j,uxnry.
II l lh n!H..f ilahlUti.d of all tha Gixi 711
wliiciikaTaatartedlntoaxlrtanoe npontha batUof
lnwtll itnrnd and hud-aarnwl ealttirltjr.
It hu no eonnaatloa with, aad la In no war lika
ih traVir nlstant-told aa Kotwa-ani."-or
" Oio Tom'ocIjObdo Do," or",IDOOi,'!
o , 4o , no.Majttar how arneh " aallqulty " or " ra
pceuhllltT' "1 wnmad j thtlr btgttlrn. ,
Dr. Valaatina Kott, of Maw York, ! :." It' la
far pnliratiiW to aranVcaa Holland Ola, aad li Mi
UA artldt f't kind I Aire atf tun." So lJT UtOB
aaodn of pnjalolAna.
Tha Ifrw Tork Rarajd aaja! Wa are tarprlaed
at Ha b'Hnotara(roUi It U a oertlln aafa riitd to
health."
Tb Philadelphia Ladgar aan: " It Ma no rape
rlor. If an eqaaf. In nKdiiluil Tlrtaea "
Tha Haw OrUanj Plcaru mt;:" There la ao
remedy on earth lit ajtfgtt eqaal to It.';
Ilia Boaton Journal ejifAi a beretaite.aa a
il ag eait wa wane no oiarr.
I le our txuf nuoMM."
Woman' 6f 'Amarlea, for'j'm ith-rwrfrkliWe
aitntlt,
'. ineietnen or neann,ii u job- greaieat
inciMi.
B. BALDWIN ft CO.. .
. i ii i . i i l SOLeJnroataae,
" ' 01 Liberty etreet. Mew Tork.
Gold In ATaihlngton by
LOVl'.LL, C0LLK8 A CO.,
31 T. etreet, near Pa. areaue,
dec IS ly i 1 ( , Aad daalere generally. -
ATnuvci
O.HAUKBUH, AND OAKKU.
or in. uaaunVrTiONs.
4 Freeh reppliei on hand avaar bit.-TO
JAB. p. MA80N A CO.'B
BtaAK Patart BAxaar,
Btlwvn Omiinrr ana South ttrtitt.
.... r i' m
ARMY SUTLERS,
Or otnera la want, will find It to their advantage to
rl.lt thlo eeublltluneat one of the larger!
In toenailed Butea-ahere the oaa
be rnpplled, at tin lanei com
frtwr.withiuiyoilhe'' '
abOTe artiolee,
Which art IrairaWei g ein tatMadim.
JAB.' V. MA80N ft CO.,
No. 114 Pratt etreet,
rite 11 lm Baltimore, Md.
TJ1TKI WOOD,.
" WUCU.IALI AND RATAIt, PKAUatl IN
ARMY AD NAVY "8UPPLIES.
ooNiwriia o r
ricklee, Freiervee. Cattep;i
)
atoee,
Gaidlnee, Salad 04U, Choice Rtlllhet,
Condeneed MUX, MutUrde,
lMlBSEHVED'HEATIi, FISH, 60UPB, Ao,
FUK W'ineH Blld Llqion by the raekan,t
CftiRS iNO TOIACCO. I
tAgentt for Tllden'l Extraot of Coffee, with
8u ir end Milk comblaed. f . T , ,
iisio FaniuylTariia avenue,
WAWWQTOjt, b. 'a '
, daoH-tf
HO.KOH. Tllat .CIIHI1TMAN HOM
"" '" DAYBI
At JOS. SHAFFIKLD'S,
38G Sixth etreet, Bet. a aad II.
I arxe eajortmeata of Pounds Fruit, aad. Fane
Cakei, now ready, tollable for f raeanle, andmede ot
the beet roatcrla'e. Qreat variety of Fancy Boxee.
Irge aaoriment or Freach Oandiea. Boa-Boat,
t rvnch 1
n ana.
I.Ameriean Bnaar Tore. Frnite. and Cor.
dlil., with a larie aMortrarat of otherXoireclio-
er.en, which I ulil cell at the loweet namee, to rait
ihe I roe. Pleeeeoall and e e for vouraalr betoru
ou buy eoyvihere eUe, Ice Cream and Water
lceell 60prrgallcn.
Send your ordeia only.
neo iw
TYIAL.TO HOUSE,
w. ,.-nt totnerof Dattrt llathrtrtel..
JilHrJ.v . DKIVQKI.,
ft'nitt inltetl.
.
iii.i J l'J"' i: tU'. ijUtolWlflTxlSlatrcry
At ma
RIALTO HOUSE,
Corner of 1) and Ninth itrcett.
Whrre do yr-if git MEAlAt all iioare, and RE.
rKIUHKNlS of every kiudf
Arm HIALTO HOUSE,
Corner or O and Ninth ttrteti.
I
I Where do you, get'ltM beet ALE, LIQUORS. ad
K CIGARS at ihe cheapest prlcet ' '" ,'
I ArniK "' 'BIALTO TtOUSB
Br rlM.., r n ,.. iik .,n.i.
Comer of D and Ninth etreeta.
j in (l-ltHTukV
("lllKUAKAY INSTlTUrK,
1837 andl528 (pruee itreet,
iVfCIDXCI'Ii
LIDOTlItt
Title lns'iiute, conducted lur two yean past, la
the illy of 1'lill.dclphle.by t ADAauOuiteAaAT and
li-r rlecu, Maoamu D'Himlill, upon the rami
1'ilnclplti aa Ihe one In New York,eitab!ahed there
In His eir HH, will reopen after Ihe ChrUtmaa
bolidia,n Mouday, January 4th. with lie uiual
nmplo and ooiitplelu proWnlon lor Ihe educatlm or
louug Ludita, under the Ulrcotlon of Madinit
1) Hnvllly, Citculara, and all rwiuUlle lafoima
II ei,ii tir olitilni'd on application totlie Trlni Ipul.
l "" '. T'tlilHl ,- ' "-TT-r-i
BLMBOLD'S ,
.. ' i) f aaaviHK PKfcrAKATiOir.
I. " - ll I i il '!
rb noLDn Bucnu lor tha Bladder.
UHBQura buuhu ror the judaen.
LKBdUD'a BUCHtj tot tha OnnL
aBOLD'SBDOBnrotOraptr. ..
BOU'8 BUCHU for Mennaaaaia . . .
I BtatBOLDWBUCHD Par Um af Maanry. .,
RLMIK)L0'BBUCHUDSaarririoa: '
iEUroOLD'B BUOnUfbr DeaMIt Bnathlai.
I Byotrn'fbr Weak Rerre. n
iUHurorueaeralPetrOttr. n
(u ror uaireiaai uuauana.
uror uorror or maaaaa.
gtDTHIt8wet. ,
for WakerulnMel '
. w. ...- ... ...
aUilfBOLD'S BUOHU rr KrapHoa.
ELMUOLD'S BUOHU ler Pain la IBe Baok.
HELMBOI.O'd BUOHU ArBaaTlaeaa of the Br.
. tjjli. with, Temporary .jiafaeloB aad Low af
IlPl-VS'"1!. nT aiopiutp ana. nert
Vlth Want or AUentlon aad Horror ef
ittv. 'i ' '- ;
ncLMBQLb'a BUOHU forOlNttraotioae; , '"
HKtjMBOf,Ds BUOHU for Kroemee arbJaV tram
- .UdanatialaadallIiaraaait
I Oraaaklaai'reaaatee, raaaalee,
Vamalu, ranaaiea, retnalea.
TAKR KO'JJORB ril.U,
TAKIMO MOBI riLLS,
TRCT AH! OF HO ATAtL.
.. ' Timr' ark or'xo atail.
UwllHLMBOLDS KXTRaCT BUCHU for all
empiaiBfa incioem to ine eex.
1 1 No ramllr Bhonld be Wlthoat ltl,
.TAKE NO KORE.Bs.LSAM or Inlnrione and
ynpltaeant llcdltlne for nplnot and Daaf ereua
UMHEMIBOtD'S KXTRACT BUCHU for Ex
ceawa arleiag from habile Indulged In
.in .1 BrYoantfandOlil.
Mad for dleeaara a'rWag Irom HatlU or Dloipatlon.
II rtnoTH all Improper dlaehargee, and will rretore
" vsiitb. in mj(
llent la a ebort lime to a eute of Health and
t-nT,
itM-ftKr.iennr.nHi v.TTnArrrnfTnniTAni.
tmn and Affeeliona ol the meet Di treerior Ctiarae-
i Vee ilELKBOLD'a EXTRACT BUOHU for all
neeiioni u uitturi ot me ,
Vrlaarr.Organe,
Whether (xbtiag In .
Male or Famatai
from whiterer eauia originating, and ao matter of
flow Lona; Blmndlna;.
All Ot the ahora dlvuiu anil fVMMMfi. Bmtl nt
I the earn treatment, and majr originate from the
areeaan veaautiji
KaartHtea'ai kteadt Bead J
HKLMBOLU'8'BUCHU U aaie.aad pleaaant in
awte and odor, but Immediate In lie action.
.urt'?05i,JZ.!TI,!,.,Ja ittK i Aldermaa or
the city of Phtladelpbia; H. T. R KLat BOLD.Chem
bt, wan, being daly awora.doce ear that hlabienar.
atloa oeatalne ao Narootlo, Merourr j or lali
drug, bull purely Vegetable. '
anotu
it. i; ue.i.aiDUL.u,
Bote Mannfaaturer.
Sworn tad enbaerlbed before ma, tbla tad day of
Noremoer, list. WH, P. HIBBARD,
Aldermaa.
Prloe II per bottle, or a for 11; deilTeredtoany ad-dr-ee.
A Trial Coata bat a Dollar-Try It,
Jena oe oonrineea oi tie emoAcy. And It It Aooom-
puuea oy reuaoie ana neponilble oerilneeue from
Proreeeora ol Medical Oollrar.. Imtni. anrl
othtra. " '"''
,' frrparedby H. T. II KI.MIIOLD,
i-ravueai anil analytical unemwl,
104 Boatlt Tenth itr,-l,below Cheetnat,
!!' i PhlladalpUa,
nHK0Ks8ARY. OAU riON.-hold urxtaolpled
Dealera Ur to palm ah" another, article, which paye
.tHIiyiulllWNHITUIH.mi,
ash; roR helmbomvs extract bitchu,
TAKE. NO OTHER.
CUREB'OUARANTEED.
Sold by Z. D. OJLKAH ,
XIDWELLft LAWXEHCr,
B:B.'WAmrri
8. O. YORDi''
'JOHN WILalY,
I 8. a KMTWIBTLSV
' J. R. MAJOR.
Aad by all Druggieta erery when,
ggr-Cut thle out-oand pr .eaU.for.it. and avoid
Impoeltloa and eapoeare. deo am
PIKB I 'MUSI I 'FIKB I II ' '
e wi. I 1
ta per hundred I (8 per hundred 1 18 per handred I
ctSUTLERS. ATT.NTION!
TbaatlenUon of Sutler, aad dealer! generally, It
Itepectfully laylled, to the large aaaortaantj of-
17 fee, Cakel Bread. Holla, atecalt, eaeH
kapt'eonatantly ob baad'aud'haked every day by
the uaderalgaed.
ButleraoaaralyoamttlBaaaood Pie at the low
ntoa of is per hundred, an .have them at all Umee
iieeiiAivmniaoTBB. ,,-w..
PEACH FIE! APrLE PIE! PRIBD APPLE
PIE! CSANJBBRRY PIE I PLUM PIE I
. CURB ANT, PIE I PUMPKIN PIE I
Tliatabacr weu d , reer ectfuUy call the atten
tion of me pubUe to hie aatorameat, and while thank
ing them for tMJpatroaaie ahead beetewed, eollcit
' -fil'i,.iu OEORaBBBITZ,
1, No. ui Hew York avenue,
BtallaSMkndlOTCentreMuket.aadlotNortharB
entn ana jsieventn etreeta.
w -.- .w .
MANCIPATION
- ANt) THE WAR.
"Vtmiwriiltloii 'Eutnllil to
' f?ece anil Clvlliiitlon.
I which li ti made Apparent that the nAouroea
ot tne country are mroe-roia greater
than the ennrgeaoy, Which will
oall for little, If any, ad-
11 dltional taxation,
BT DANIIL B,goODL0I, Of MOBTU OABOUNA.
Price 4 cent!. Sold at
ADAM8IWH
4T8 Seventh itreet,
Oppoalta Ueaaral Foet OfJce.
dto IS If
pOVKUNMKNT LOAN AGKNCY.
OFFICE OF
r.r.wrs jomjtbojt a- c?..
SANKEyl.
Cn.K...l af f CXlTtraSU A tMCO are T'Ma r.
Lfii Jonsisoj', of our Area, harUff beta ap
pointed a SAbiorlptloa As cat for the Hatloaal Loaa
autheriied by (be act of Con greta'cf 17th July, 1841,
we are prepared, to furnlah, to partiti detlroui pf
mixing lnveitment, any amount of 1 a 10 Treuury
Hotel, of convenient alzei.
deoltf LEWIS -JOHNSON A. CO.
OIIIOtVINKS AND BUANDIBl.
Having reoclved a enilnment ef IIiumiwh t
Cb.'i Cincinnati Ohio ClUuba Wluea and Brandlei,
we tnerciurv vuer w aruxKiaie,uroceri,ilOlul ana
Biloon Keeper., ao.,
DRY OATAWBA WINK.
Llilit andatrong the former In Voxel for table itw.
-.J at.- Iaaa 1 laalPlaBBMa-lj Aaaa a,l wl. .J . a ..
inn um tmwvi ,uui. vniicia tvi uuAiug iuu evoking
purport.
BwclCMtavbK or Ladle Wine.
inbtnfU and hilf brrcl. for Ublu u.; a ury
BUJfVIIVr eJIUVItJ 1WI iue UVHuajn
OATAWBA BRANDY,
An unsurpaarahle itimulant, and very uteful for
Brandy fundi. ,
v.vr.v a. (.mi'tarw
dec 14Vlm, 1 ' tn Louitlana avenue
Star & Intel.)
W HAPPING PAPKB
EOlt SALE AT Tltlli OFFICE.
BH"9W'!
najauuiuu'a mvs
mImbold? BtWH
ASHUVQTON. FEIDAY, JANUARY 10; 1862,
RAILROADS, ETO.
PMaHNaKR Itkaiks to and irium
BAiyriHURK. -onAo "
1 I W-1 ,t l
, . printer oai.oca.mJ.. f
1 8f ECIAMOTICE Tr) TRAVELERS.
JOa aad after.afOHDATiJieoember 0,'IMI, tha
.ranaeagerTnlaa between Waahlagton aid Bait!
eaora will ran aa followe i
'i , - TBAINSMOVrafHIORTir., ,.
I Moraine; iipreee leare Waehlagtoa UOO a. rn.
Arrrra at nuumore T.eo a. ra. i FhUadelphU II M p.
at.: New York I p. m.i Barriibarg 1.11 p. m. ,
i MoralagAcoommooallon leare Wiintngiop al
i vBp.tu irni DHuaim v.eoa.m. no con.
nestioaeat Balltmora -
' J New TOrk Mall Train leare Wuhlngton at 11 a. m.
ArriTe at BalUmore4t.40 p. m. rhOadelphla Ml
fittlNewVorklop, m , ,
I Aneraoon Areommodation leave Waahlnglon s 05
pi a. Arrira at Baltimore 4 to p. m i rhliadelphla
It 08 n. m. i
IKTcalag KxprtM leare raehhgtoa 5 p. m. Ar
Hre at Baliimora (is p. m.t rhiladelphUlO.U p. m.;
i"w auiK. .,., aiiHrHuara A a. Bk
ew Torki a. at., IlarrUbarg 1 a. aa.
On Sunday! at l.ot and too p. m. only.
The a 00 p. m. train from waahlagtoi
i waahiagtoa oonnceU
through
nw otk every nay nnnna i
TRAINS MOVING ROUTH,
aay annng we week
Leare New York at T a. rd
Dt'i Uiltlmore 4 00 p. m. An
PhlladaiDhlalt.Ma.
IreatWaehiagtontM
pi-
Ijeara New York' at 4 tj. m.'i Phllefl.lnrila to an n.
m.; BalUmortUO a m. A rrlra at Waehlagtoa t.'M
, iLeanNew York at II p.m.; Philadelphia 3 so a.
M.: Baltimore 7.38 a. m. Afrire at Wuhtngtoa
-V6 a. to.
Aooommodatlon Tralni leare BalUraora at I a. m.
and b p. ra. (or Wwhlngton i arrive there at U.a,ra.
aad7p.m. . ,
iOa Sunday at 4 80 and 7.M a. m. only.
'Paaaenrer Tralna leavlne Waahlnaton at T.40 a. m.
aad 3 04 p. m , and Baltimore at T.u a. tn. and 4.oo
p. m.. make dlreeteonneotione for AnoapolU at the
V aa eev uvu a
Trains leave Annapplle for Baltimore and Wath
Ington at e.to a. ra. and Z40 p. ra.
Paatenaer Trail
iter Tralnt leavtna Wathlnrtoa al 4.00 a. tn
ii a.
aad A v. m . and Baltimore at 4.80 and 7.SA
a. m. ana a ao p. ra., will av
l m. and B AO n. m.. arill Mim imJv tit JummJi Ami..
UinmiWtihinm(Kdai)Jiixirn. ' ''
taw- wa . a .a. .al- . m,,,, ,t . fl ,
eirfy.
Tralna will leave Waihlng!on and BAltlmora
rrompO upon card (iim,
t w p SMITH.
Maiter of TrannporUliop. Halt.
J. T. HNOLANU, . ' '
agent, Camden Station, Baltimore.
O. V. GILBERT,
Agent, at Waahlnglon nor 81
TWOV. , IBM. NOV. ,)I4, 1801.
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAI,
The ehorteit,tulekeat, and beet route from Balti
more to the
' I WEST, NORTH, AND NORTHWEST.
WINTER SCHEDULE.
CIIAROK OF TIM.
On aad after Sunday, 14th November, Paaeenger
Tralna will attire and depart from Calvert Station
at follow! :
, TRAINS NORTH LEAVE.
Mall, at. u ,.10 A. M.
Buffalo Kxpriaa ,..N P. M.
ParktoBAooMnodatloa 4.00 p.m.
riltebargaud Harrieburg Exprue 8.30 P. M.
TRAINS SOUTH ARRIVE.
Parktoa Aooommodatlan,at ...,a.M A.M.
BanTalo Kxpraa. , I.M A. M.
I'ittaburg and Harrlebirg Expreie J .00 P. M.
Mail "........: 4.80 P.M.
The a A. M.Tralafrfifn WaahlnetAn nnaafl4 arllh
the I SO A. M. Train Irom 1 Baltimore for- the Wett,
hu ivr j7uaiu, aiwn, iMKHinicr, vaaaira, vmid
dalgna, and NIAgara YalU, and for New York
Ctv.
The 11 A.M. Train Irom Waahlngton eonnecte with
the 1.00 P. M. Train from Baltimore, to Wert, North
,,. vvw m . aa. ,iaiu iivw UMHlWiljUl Mn,,.,UIIH
and Northwnt, and Elmtra aad BaffAlo aad Bo
cheater. The a.oo r. at. Train from waehlngtoa oonneota
wiin uia inc. a. j rain irom nunfflfln inr t-HEa.
burg, HirrUburjr, and the Wett, and la a direct eon
neefloaror Lebanon, Eatton, AUentowa, and New
York, via Central Railroad orNew Jaraey.
Try mia route 10 new tore.
Sr The only Train leaving Baltimore on Banday.
al.OO-P. M. Train. fbrttirrliburt. Pill.hnri'
Chioago and the Weet.
1 ne oniy i rain at nvtng m uaiumore o Kaaoav
m the 8 JO A.M. Train,
U0V27 , J AS. 0. CLARKE, Bup't
VITINTBn AntlANGICMKNT.
Philadelphia, 'WilmlDston, and Baltimore
H. .A. X XJR O jfix. 3D
04 and alter MONDAY, NOV. 18, 1441,
PASIEXOEB TRAIN LEAVE PHILADEL
PHIA :
For Baltimore, at 1.30 a. m.,8.1J a ra , 11.35 a. m.,
fFxpreee,) aad 14 40 p. m.
For Cheater, at 8.15 a m.,11 8ea.m.,8 It and 10 to
p.m.
For Wilmington, at 8 30 a. m., 8.11 a. m 11X5 a.
m., 1.44 and l4p m.
ForNewCaAtle,At815e. ra and 3 48 p.m.
' For Dover, at 4.18 a. m. aad 3 41 p. m
For Mllford, at 4.14 a. m.
For baliibury, at 1 14 a, m.
TRAINS FOR PHILADELPHIA'
Leave Baltimore at 410 a m.,(ltxpreai,) 1.05 p.
m . (Expreie,) 4 20 and Tom IKicrcu )
Leave Wilmington at 1.30 and 11.(8 a. m.,115,
O.0, Mill W UU (, HI.
Leave Ball.Dury at fl 85 p. m.
Leave Millord at 4 45 p. m.
Leave Dover at a. m and 4.10 p. m.
LeaveNewCaitleatll a m and a 10 p.m.
Leave Cheiier,, At 8 30 a m., li 15, 4 80, And 9 80
p.m.
Leave Baltimore for Saliibury and Intermediate
tUtlona at 5 20 and 7 p. m ; for Dover and interim
dlate ilatlonr, at 1.C5 p. m.
TRAINS FOR BALTIMORE
Leave Cheiter at 4 44 a m , 13 05 and 11.20 p. m.
Leave Wilmington at 4 80 a. m , .:t a m , 12 f 5
p. m .and 11 a m.
FREIGHT TRAIN,aitbPawcngerCarattached,
wIlLrunaafoliowi:
LiAve rnuAaeipuiA, tor renyviue ana mterme
diete plAeei, et 1 10 p. m.
Leave Wilmington, for Ferryvllle and Intermedi
ate placee, at 7.10 p. ra.
A.eave sainincni, lor iiavre qe urece ana later
mediate itatloni, at 0 a. ra.
ON SUNDAYS ONLY :
At 3 W a. m and 10 40 p.m from Fbiladilpbla to
Dainniorv,
At 7 from Baltimore to Philadelphia,
The 8 30 a. in. Trala Irom Philadelphia to Btlll
more will run dally, Mundayt autOd.
a. I FELTOX,
)'!-( TroUttl.
N
Tint
"Adam ilipreai Comrjany."
Tbla Cimpiay osiua w the putuu
Uncanallad
Advantage! " for the " Safe and Quick Dupatch" ol
iai
ill
Heavy
vy rreignu, raexagee, vaiuaoiei, Money, o..
am.
10 ail parte ui iu uniiva Biaiea.
I Sill
Ixorettee to and from lha North and Waal denart
Irom and arrive in Waihington twlca daily. All
Exprcuea are In charge of aaprrtemjd and raKaNa
Mawengera.
All Paokagea for The Soldiera" carried at ' One
Half" our utnalratei.
All goodi far the so-called " Confederatee Statca,"
and all article! " Contraband of War," will be aa
rraao. Our ExpreaeeiIeaveNewYorkatl,4 and4T.M ,
arriving in Waihington at 4 A. M. and 4 80 P. M.
Exprciwea leave Philadelphia atl 80 A. M. and 1.10
M , arrhlng In Waihington 5.S0 P. M. and A. M.
Expresses leave Baltimore at 4 20 A. M. and i 45
P. M., arriving In Waihington at 4 A. M. aad 5.30
P.M.
Expresses lor all points North and Weal leave
Washington dally at 1.30 A. Mi and 80 P. M.
can be made on application at tl
npeciai uoniraeti tor large quaniiues 01 rreigni
ah g
charge.
All goods called for and delivered frit
or extra
u.. vv. ratuufle,
' urerlntendent Adams UuDreaa Ca.
Washington, Vugust if. '41. ug23 tl
WRAPPING PAPER
ler Sal. . at thle O0!.
60VMNMKNT ADYTS
natNiiOB otfwiom, jvnm a, lawi, i
IT to At J. winm rr mat eanemmni
1 ApplVatioa havlagbaaa made under UMaatnraM
ane, laao, for the refiEoftbe lead Warranto do
aalbed herein, which art alleged to bare been lad
Ordertroyed(nrtioeUlafeb7fl.enlhaF;a4iia,
Wlowiag the daaolBtJaBofaaob'warnn4aSr
oWaaoaUoruUteaMMlbelasaed.llMraoB. .
lection ehould than ai
a. ... .a ea.a. a, r-. t',
Caae No. UAW. ."or lef aoraa. laraad aadar
wsra
Wft MMWl, 1M lliw aw VI' TTUlMUn OOOtl, Bam
waagraafed on the let lay of May.lMfl Jaaaary
Tfco, WM, for M acaaa, ianed under the act ol
aron, liu, la the aaae of Simeon Tcanuter, and
wm graattd March path, lata.
I No. 84,8M, for IN adrea, leeued under the net 0.
arch, 1U, in the nami af Nancy Johiuon, widow
of John Rtahardevaadlwaa granted AugtartJtth,
Sto-ltlh Jaaaary. 1841. 'r
f No. 48.011, for M aeon, beuard aader the act of
March, iaw,la the name of Sarah, widow or. Evert
Janvkkle. and wae glinted November IS, MOD
anuaryl8,1802. y
A No. 47,130, ror ISO aerie, Inued under the act 0.
areh,iu, In the namaof Cyme 8. Ward, minor
child or Cyrna S: Wardadaeaaeed, aad waa granted
October 10, 18t8-January 14, 1M.
(No. (4,401, for 1M aatia, laeaed aader the act ol
March a, 1884, la the aaaa ol Joanna M . widow of
John Van Batkirck, aad waa granted Aaguet 17,
1188 ' ", J
iNo.4.t3,fbr IS acr)e, leraed aader (he tat of
aroh, 18M, In the naeat of Jacob took ler, and waa
granted Atut 40. lln-Kebruary 4. 1801, 11
1 Ho. ,44, lor M cra, leeaed under tha net ol
March, (am, ia tha. name of Baajamlu .Pack, and
Waa granted on the d da of Maroh, lMTr-February
J No. 14,431. for 80 aerae, beued under the act of I
qepiimDcr, i9oe, m ine name 01 oon iueauy, una
viaagranted heptembeT-T, 1881 Maroh 1.1813.
, No. ) 03,31 7, for 40 aence, leeued under theeot of
September, 1880, In Ihe name or John Barton, aad
waa granted Mar.-h 11 , 1888-Marcb 11.14".
No f.llt.'far ISO Beam, laeaed -noder Ihe act ol
March, 1M4. In the caaiaof Oeorge W Warren, and
Waa granted October 3,1841 Merrh 13,11 1."
No. 08,134, for 140 aetee, lined ueder the act of
March, 1884. In the nana of BaraabirCook,and waa
granted September :l, Itso-March t, lata.
INa 8MI3, for 140 aaree, leaned under Ilia act of
March, 1898, la Ihe rnnteof Ihorau Jt,hnsoa,and
Wea granted June 12. UI8 March It. 1S43
I No. 34,414, for 140 aetta. Ueaed uadee the aot of
March, llt,in the nAOnolAb gall, widow olJaaa
than Beard, and wit granted Augnit 7, 1884 March
21 1841. , "Jv ,"
No. 41,871, for lMaerte, leeued under the art 01
March, (, in tha name or laalah Tanker, minor
oblld or Elijah Tatkcr.rleoeaMd, and waa granted
Veptembcr Mlh, 1850 March tJd. 1841.
io 4so, for 120 acne, Inued under the act or
March, 1855, in the neare of Kuiua p. Woodford,
at d wan granted January 15, 1854 Mirch 91, 1841
No. 4I,0, for 124 aorta, laraad 'uader the act or
March, 1855, In the neme of Jordan Hunt, and. wai
grantid Aug Bit 7,1850 Match II, 1861.
JOSEPH It. BARRETT,
' Commlaalooer.
-H. 1. ICLANO'S
Antl-EheunifttioBand!
riiUAutirLr ovua
HHKMATUM, in in Miniiml,
aocTmmi'iitmuLeu,
mmtxumtiirtarocBAmmoHa,
JlMrtaUTiMakttKl BLOOD,
AnithiModtrkUoflltTamyi-
lit lea eeavaalently arranged Baud or Bilt, con
talnlaga medlted cOWpoiJid.lo bewarnarouad
tie body, about the weiet, n.u ArrxoTixa tu
rlnn, teaUveeer tea djtoew'vaey M,aud-caai'be won
ttfUWtaiawtothaaiaarddiajpereon. ,
iBy tiila treattneat, tha medtciaal eroperttoa oon-
iniBeaii in wa AtABO, nrmgoiB ateaiy araaiufic ana
eaiarJIe -nolun, and tapU Of being readily aborted
tkrouak Oe km nf tU tUa.eome Into dfm amtoct with
ine bloob ana pfaawai
I Ierfaalfctl. without flmt nam-
Mg through tha jiiiistja nf dileetloB, wbkh. would
tend, net only
to oeirae. irom tneir curunve powers,
but to impair the Internal organa and derarxe tha
dlreetion alao thua avoiding tha ("jurioui tffau, 10
oflaa the remit of Meraai reaudiet, aad effecting a
tiereat cure, by ffwrfrviaa and ecualitiaa lAe Carcuiahcn 0
Ike eital iidi, and nrtertft Uu parti ifeoUd teaAaaUy
vmdilim. Thla Ba le alio a auat mmafvt " Ann-
MaaccaiAt, Ae tut," aa will ennniy reiKM the iyi
tern from 1U perrucfeltl rjrectt.
Moderate caeei are cur d In a few dayi, and we are
aonetantly reeelving tandouottd teetlmonlala to whloh
we invite Inepeotlon at our ofloa of their efficacy la
aggravated caaea or lay Handing.
Price Two Dollare. Bent by mall upon receipt of
13, or by expiree everywhere, with oil tuuuary in
afriKlioru, from the principal offloe or
O. SMITH A CO., Proprietor,
491 Broadway, New York.
N. B BaacrtrrtcecirCTiarllniiree.'1 i.
AW Tbla Band will not interfere with the eoldier'i
datlea. nev 14 ly
N
KW INVKNTIOI4 UP AUTIKIC1AL
CIIKOFLABTIO BONK TKKTH,
without metal plate or cliepa, by
DR. H. B. bIQEBMONI).
410 Broadway, New York; and 240 Pcnna. avenue,
pet. laineuua laiuaie., vt aaaingHm, u I u.,
Calls the attention or tha public to tha following
advantaraa of hie Imnraved evitemi
1st. Thataetbof hlamaaafaetara will never eonode
nor ehaag color by any aoids, and are three fourlbt
lighter than any other.
2d. No teeth or roota need be extracted, aathe
BruuweBBTJveinua n isaeneu vver uin.
Bd. The roota will be made Inoffemive and never
to ache.
4th. No temporary teeth are needed, aa permanent
onea aan ha mada lmmedlatelv. therebv nreaervlna
the natural expreeeioo or the face, which, under the
oiu ayarem, ie ireuueBuy auaaaurea.
Ath. Thle work nan been fUuvteeted. for over Ave
yean, by many or the Bret OMmbta and Fbyalclani
of thle and tha old country.
vr. o. nae aieo suvenrea a wuiie laueeirucuDie
metal ailing with which the moat aeneatlve teeth can
be Slled without pain, and can build np a perfect
sand tooth on any tide roots, which will last
throueh a lintima.
He refen to the following gentlemen : Dr. V. Mott ;
Ut, alvTCIBIU, AXVietaagr Ol ajuaBUaaTV! HOD. At
Mann, lua.; Capt, Crabtree, Vice FresMent of tha
Emigration Co. or New York; Hon. Judge Wayne,
or the Supreme Court, of Waahlagton, D, C. ; aud
Ihouaada of other.
Call aad examae ryoumlree. nor 8 em
RITTHNllODaK, KANT, dc Co.,
BANKERS,
352 l'cnnsylwnla .Ivenue,
Inue DR AFTB on all parts or the United 8tatci, la
earns to lult Omceri and Boldlen.
Alio,DrAftaoBLoBdon,Ireland,Bootlsnd,Walii,
and all portion! of the continent or,Europe.
Illgheet Price Paid In Gold for United
Statu Treuury Notes oi the dim rent laaues, and
Northern currency,
Exchange en the principal cities North, payable
In gord or currency, aold to lult purchasers.
rflTT!'.yHOnE. FAST it CO.. ReuLfrw.
5f f.r ?rn;lrtnU avjn'jt,
Kfar Browu'iKntel,
Qald aft. tlnoarreat Jloaer Pur, liaatd.
afcciu, and Ualted StAtci Currtcey. Accounts
OPCneaior aauaaiiori.
BITTENBOUBE, FANT ft CO., Bankers,
No. 352 Pennsylvania avenue,
Jan 4 lm. Near Drown'. Hotel
llTKW YOllIC LAW AND COLLECTING.
NO CHARGE WITHOUT SUCCI.3S.
Law and Counsel in the State and United States
courta.
Collecting Mortgage!,
Bond a,
Coupont, I
Intoreal,
- Acoounta,
and Clalnu;
end all financial builnese uttinded to promptly.
We geirantee auccers. No charge without.
O. .. HUU8E,
Counsellor at Law,
14 Beekman Street, New York.
aTTllni'iiri(iilkao(i!amIl.-niiaHuOiur(i. Send
for circular for reference, asioclate couneel, lo.
JiBi-tr.
ITT ASniNQTOft SKIRT FACTORY.
WANTED 80 remalei to learn to make iklrti.
A peracn can. In a eliort limy, make, per week, from
43 to 14. Inqalre, ror particular!, at 401 Seventh at,
bitween O and U. " "if
mtrtfTfm
JiWMh IttlPlBUCAN.,
';' at avicb1 and TiiKiaauLD
tcV "' 'wiTHiire.
itiij-tl.! i,ii , e T i I
CfW?Tff?,,"8 iw awbuiuw, on. no
lioK headed" A Monlh among the Rcbl8,"
..ri ' , . .uU-,. .. ,. . ? . , 1
'Minn nTIVilalaB. ISfMlUladlinR T1H1V '' ni IIRVRfr.
rhloh la about u accurate aa euch " vlewi "
;ener11j are.
We extract a charactetktlc epeclmen of II:
a L 11 J 1 1.1-1. - I.. J I 1
, AiuuuKBt auo unoKure wuiuu wo unit uoaru
at New York threatened tba South, 'a revolt ol
(he slave' population waa aAtd to be the moat
bamlneiii.- Let U take," .ben, -a pecs at a
Cotton jQeld, anoVaeo what likelihood there I4
il each a contingency.
On the 'bank of the Alabama river, which
winds Ita yellow course through dense wood
of oak, aab, maple, and pine, thickened with
tangled copae of varied evergreens, lie aome
01 toe moat refine plantation! or me estate.
ma 01 tneae we nad me advantage 01 visiting,
la owner received ua with all that hospltillty
ndunairrfltediboiinojrtmJa which. Invariably
uungnian-a lOoumern gennrman., Having
lountea a coupio 01 nacxs, we, rtartea i,
iroueh a larffe nine wood, and loon arrived
4t a " clearing" of about 200 'acres in extent,
on moat of. which wa growing, an average
ijotton crop. Thla jraa, a fab;,,eamp.e of tbo
jest of the plantation,' which coneltled, alto
gether, of 7,000 acres. ' Riding into the middle
or the Held, we found ourselves surrounded
by about forty slave, men, Women, and chil
dren, engaged1 In" picking.'" They were all
Well dressed, and seemed happy and cheerful,
fishing to know what time of day- It was, I
asked Mr. -. the hour, whereupon one of
me aarkies by my aide toon out a gold watcn
find informed me.
I "Do your laborera generally wear gold
watches, sir!" I inquired.
" A great many of them have. Why, sir,
my negroes an nave inair cotton piota and
gardens, and most of them little orchards."
'We found from their own testimony that
they are fed well,' chiefly upon pork, corn, po
tatoes and rice, carefully attended "to when
sick, and on Sundays, dress belter than their
masters.
I Many of them bad six or seven hundred
dollars of their own, which Ihey either lend
to the banka or hide In the ground. In the
hot weather they begin work at six in the
morning, and go on mi ten; iney wen go Dome
till about three, and when the aun declines,
return to their work till six or aoven. Jn the
cool weather the beirlB soon after daylight.
and real for two or three lours In the middle
of the day.
. Correspondence of ihe Baltimore American
TUB Bamelde Mxptdltlaa Lamentable
acciaeata
AxlaAFOLia, January 8lh, 1862.
The fleet bearing the Iroopt of Qen. Burn
side's expedition la now out In the harbor all
ready for sailing, and only awaits orders to
start to their destination. The embarkation of
the troops waa finished yesterday without the
B"aa".J"B-" "-" "l"-
mignieiiacciaen., ana, judging iiomioeaenor.'
J.rft'n,' ?' toe. men, incyare giau u do on lor a
1 more active neiu -01 mnj,
It ta said that immediately after tho sailing
of thla fleet, which will take place probably
this aneraoon or to-nignt, anotner expedition
will be fitted out at this place, and rumor has
It that vessels and troops have already been
ordered hero or It.
.Quite a lamentable accident occurred In the
harbor last Bight, by which seven soldiers be
longing to the Twenty-seventh Massachusetts
regiment were drowned. A number of the
soldiers were on the way to the vessel contain
ing their regiment in a small boat, when it was
run Into by a tug-boat and broken to pieces,
the men drowning immediately. The night
waa an unusually light one; and it seema to be
the creneral onlnlon that the accident could
have easily been avoided if a proper lookout
had been kepi on the tug. The names of those
lost have not, aa yet, been made koown.
A Deserted Plantation,
A letter from one of the officers of the gun
boat Ottawa, written off Tybee Island and
dated December 25 and 29, eaya :
" Yeattrday mornlng.atbalf-paat Ave o'clock,
I took a boat'a crew of six men and started in
pursuit of some wild game in the direction of
Daufuskl Island, lying about north, and in range
or Fort Pulaski, three rones distant, we land
ed onnosite the plantation of one Stoddard. I
marched my men In single filo to whore the
negro nuts wero nauaiea .ogewcr, ana sur
rounded them, In order to prevent any alarm
being given. This island bad not before been
visited by our forces, and I deemed It prudent
to ascertain, before exploring, who occupied
the Island, and louna oniy eignt negroes, an
except one, a' gardener, too old lor service.
The plantation wai a fine one, said to be one
of the most beautiful along the coast The
plantei'a house gave evidence of having been
magnificently furnished. Every room in it bad
a fine frame oi the finest Egyptian marble, and
the bouse waa built In the best Northern coun
try style. The adjacent grounds occupied
several acres, and were aa nicely laid out as
any you can find in New England. Japonlcas,
magnolias, cactuses, Ac-, were In full bloom.
The house trad been stripped of every valuable
thing which could be carried away. Attached
to it was a eplendid hot-house, which still Con
tained a large quantity of pot plants. I got
some sweet potatoes and chickens, and Uok
away some ot the luxuriant japonlcas, gerani
ums, end CPCtnees."
ffotukfli Shoe AU:.mi'roi. Tim; torn tt
Raleigh an citablishment tor the lutmifaclurs
of wooden shoes, of which .tho Stundard thua
speaks:
The enternrisinir manufacturers have in their
employment some thirty hands, and are turn
ing out about one hundred pair of shoes per
day. The shape and size of the shoe are first
marked and sawed out, ana wen it is ooreo
and scooped out and fashioned,' at the" bottom,
and sand-papered, and lined,, and, painted, and
looped with leather, and thus finished In vari
ous rooms in tbo same building. Most of tbla
work is done by machinery, driven by ateam.
The wood Is gum and poplar, which is well
steamed before the shoe la made. We under
stand that these shoes are actually lighter than
the leather brogan of the same number, and aa
ior durability, the bottoms will last until the
nexf war. We learn that Messrs. Tbulm .t
Fraps, who are finishing one hundred pair per
uay, nave more orders man tney can 1111.
Wooden shoes are worn in the northern part
01 Europe, and in, aome localities in tuts coun
try ; bat wu suppose that this is the lint man
ulactory ot the sort by machinery ami steam
which ban been established.
1V0.3P.
"orii-iciAL.
LAwy'olp THE'tiNifEp States
fdat;tti1oW"jy()n of the T
'used
TWrfy.
inttan vangrtta.
ircTiuo-No. 61
AN ACT msktog appropriation! for the pay-
t r . VV. :"" "a man penaiooa of tie
Uolled States for the year ending the thir
tieth of June, elghlee u hundred and elxty
ihrce. Rtl rnicf 01 l!,e tfenatt and mute B,.
eserdatiitaoflhe United Statu 0 America (n
imgrttis assanwta, inai tne loilowtng eumsbe
ad the aim,- are hereby appropriated, out of
,ny liw"' 111 the.Treasnrr not otberwlaa an.
I iroprlaied, ler I lie payment of pensions for tne
; ear ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen bun-
red and (Jxty-three:
For invalid pensions under various acta, six
I undred and forty thousand dollars.
For pensions under acta of eighteenth March
eighteen hundred and eighteen, fifteenth Hay,
eighteen hundred and twenty-eight; and seventh
June, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, twenty-Are
lb raeand dollars.
' For trenslooa tn widows nf thnaa tvhn aapirfiil
III Ibo IlevolntJonary war, under the third
lection of the act of fourth July, eighteen
hundred and thirty-Fix, the acta of seventh
July, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight, third
ajarm, tiignicen nnnarea ana lorty-tnree,
lusrentecnth June, eighteen hundred and forty
four, second February and twenty-ninth July,
eighteen hundred and forty-eight, aud second
section act, of third February, elguteen
hundred and fifty-lhreo, two hundred thousand
dollars. '
For pensions to widows and orphans, under
first section act fourth July, eighteen hundred
and thirty-six, act of twenty-first July, eighteen
hundred and forty-eight, first section act
of third February, eighteen bur ired and
tiny-three, and act third June, eighteen hun
dred and filly-eight, three hundred and forty
thousand dollars.
For navy invalid pensions, forty-Hi 0 thous
and dollars.
For navy pensions to widows and orphans,
underact of eleventh August, eighteen han
dred and forty eight, two hundred thousand
dollars.
For privateer invalid pensions, six hundred
dollars; Provident, That no pension shall bo
paid under tbla act to any person who hu
been engaged in tho present rebellion against
the Government or the United States, or who
has in any way (riven aid and comfort to those
engaged in the rebellion.
Approvod, January u, lbbz.
Ohio.
The Legislature of Ohio met on Monday last.
The Governor's message la congratulatory on
the prospect of a favorable termination of the
present war, and on the general prosperity of
the State for the past year, lie recites briefly
the biatory of the State alnce 1802, when the
Constitution waa adopted, ahowlng an Immense
increaao in wealth and population.
After devoting some space to affairs of local
Interest, be refers to the renor.t ol Mr. Secretary
Cbaae, and dissents from his plan of national
currency-a liable to many objections and Im
practicable aa a measure of relief to the Gov
ernment. He likewise objects to ihe income tax Im
posed by Congress as making an unwise dis
crimination between people who are willlog to
contribute to the support of the Government in
proportion to weir means, and also discrimi
nating between United Slates and State secu
rities. Referring to military affaire, bo says on the
first call of the President 92,000 men volun
teered. Tho number of men from Ohio now in
for three years' service Is 77,811, of which
76,985 are in aotlve service outildo of tho
State. The total amount expended for war
fiurpoaea to January 1, 18112, including unpaid
labilities, is S2,339,451. Tho amount refunded
by the United States to Ohio ia $1,077,600.
The Governor thinks the ultimate effect of
the war will be the extinction of slavery. Hi
deprecates Immediate emancipation.
Raw York Legislature.
The Legislature of New York commenced
Its annual session on Tuesday. Lieutenant
Governor Campbell presldea In the Senate, ami
Henry J. Raymond was elected Speaker of the
House. The message of Governor Morgan Is
very long, and confined mainly to the concerns
ol tbo Slate. Ita credit, be says, never stood
higher, and the finances are In a satisfactory
condition. Tho balance in tho treasury In
September, 1861, waa $3,075,000, and the war
tax bad been reduced from $2,000,000 to
$1,500,000, forty per cent, of the advance made
by the Stat having been returned by the
United Statea Treasury. Referring to the num
ber of volunteers raised in New York, the Gov
ernor says that 106,078 men have left the State ,
and there are 11,500 In the State already mus
tered, making an aggregate of 120,578. In
battle 270 have been killed ; 350 have died
frpm natural causes ; 550 are pruonera of war,
arid 89,031 are now in the field. The Governor
bears grateful testimony to tho courage, chiv
alry, and patriotism of tne troops.
l'RUDi'env.XER) or Caliiokmi. California
Is a wondettully productive State. Cattle have
Jot to be so numerous as to be almost woAh
ess, and every kind of fruit and farm produce
14 abundant ana cnesp. uunug tne autumn,
full-grown fat cattle have been sold from $3 to
$5 per cwt. ; horses from $10 to $50 ; hogs at
all prices ; cheep from 75 cents to $1.50. Con
tract' for good fat beef, with tho necks and
logs cut off, havo been made for tho ft my t
tl uO per 100 lba. ; and still uuch aro the hell
Itlea lor ralalntr stock in that climate, monor
can be made at the above prices. Good, clean
barley. In 100 lbs. sacks, is selling at $15 per
ton. rYD.eaiaiJ.au to Aper ton. excellent
grapes at $20 to $30 per ton. Potatoes, this
year, ore unusually high, there having been
bat a short supply planted. They sell al 2
cents per pouud, twlco ag high as grapej.
Phnnsylvanu. Tho Legislature or Penn
sylvania met on Tuesday. The Governor's
message states that the regiments ot Pennsyl
vania now number one hundred and fifteen,
and that tho total number of men now in eerv
lco Is 93,577, whllit tho number preparing lor
service Ii 1S,03S, making an aggregate or
10U.0 1 j, excluslio of 20,615 of the three
.months' volunteers now disbanded. The moa
soge shows a balance In the treasury of $51 ,000
on the 30th of November, Including 606,90(1
received Irom the United States on account oi
war expenses.
NOW 18 Tn E TIM F. to get your Winter Clolhtu
at low prlcea, at 400 Sev nih trf'l
dec 12 lm

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